Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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I'. By NORM LACOE. Sun Staff Writer

t Scores of families were forced to flee their homes, as Hurricane Dora dumped tor-
*. rents of rain on Alachua County for the third day.
Subdivisions were churned into lakes Sat urday, streets into flowing canals and roads
softened into asphalt mush.
.' Homes, isolated and invaded by rising water, stood dark, silent and empty last night. I ,14y
I More than one third of the county's roads are closed. ;
Gainesville City Manager William Green said Dora may have dealt the city the worst ,
storm blow in history. ;

r- Known damage is at least $300,000, and this figure could go far, far higher if sub- >y c. ;cyi' 4 'inna
division pavements disintegrate from the beating they have taken, or if other damage >a" 'aAS

.. is discovered. :
\ Weathermen watched Dora fill up rain gauges for the fourth or fifth time since the : :4w"w-YaW1 S+!Z,'4:. t, Y".a

, I storm moved in Wednesday. They say nearly one foot of water has fallen. : ,,,-.. ,-- y) : 1.Fa"eeY..-., : .0"cS.. ..Rdpp
j Rain was expected to taper off during the night. The U. S. Weather Bureau in Jacksoni i 6

1 ville promised-cautiously-that sunshine would break through Dora's leaden. skies and !

\l smile on the county today. i il : roi1MMt' ..-.-M- .:---k _) *
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Water, running down for ___ .A.446xV V1' : % y rx---;;--s'., ""
days from high land, streets .
;. and rooftops, has gathered in
lakes, ponds, bottoms and hollows 4):.Y'). q.
with nowhere to go.
Lakes residential < yin.as '
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areas, and streets were sub- a'z aSsw .t.,.;.-, ''" .'I
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; evacuated by last night. In
others families stayed only to
protect their furniture. In all,
.' 100 homes have been flooded VS .,, 0
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uation, according to Pete ;; .. ,.
Bethel, county civil defense
director. ..
Worst hit section was the
exclusive Clear Lake Holly

Forest and Anglewood section, Fighting Floods
on the southwest Gainesville

city limits. The area, lying I .
roughly from 37th to 47th !( \ J
1 streets south of University '" .' Gainesivlle was still recovering yesterday from the
Avenue, contains some of the +PGYJ+! w'Y5' aKv after effects of Hurricane Dora. Above, refugees from the

city's finest homes. i 4. aY4. 4 .A 4: +;lcnlcadl si" w9Yax'0' ., .i 4j51y M: flooded Town and Country Trailer Lodge on SW Archer
f : $xh T. u wry.,:) r'x r;:a
Hogtown Creek and a 30-acre < ti ) Road ferry their belongings to higher ground. At left, An-
. slough north of Newberry Road t D.3xk.b
glewood Subdivision homeowners hurriedly
.,. began to overflow Friday night .
I into the stricken section. their dewellings as floodwaters poured in from a nearby

Clear Lake, a lovely small i qlh slough. Below, two temporarily homeless girls remain
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lake with a dozen fine homes .. a'4<, lighthearted in hip-deep water.
fronting it, began to swell. } ,g rd. ., ..4'ro' s.d.c's,4y7?' .,, .,3sJwr.W,i'::)4 J,
Dozens of homes, which seem- j % f' >f y.v'.4 .
ed safe as late as F r iday evening 1 N

.. were threatened. :
t. Some residents called vans, ; SS s: _. ys? r.
moving out furniture. 1: S4a3 "
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ed. By Saturday noon, many +.) }i44aV car dbgSa'E: 'R "mss 1%
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f possessions, loading them into : : > >t. b' ....v.. ','.,-- ", YR,4R0.tSY 'RROYXaAf4"/NtMwk.94 J:t.a4.:. w
boats tied up at window sill and .. ._.,. J. /.

door Raymond knob. C. Shepherd, 3816 SCHOOLS MAY T

SW 2nd Ave., launched his boat i"; i tI

Anglewood in his yard streets and cruised to help down his REMAIN CLOSEDSchool ; : *:; V r.." r f

neighbors.J. A. DeBok across the "holidays" brought on by Hurricane Dora may continue Fy ry

street, waded in his liv i n g through Monday Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. said yester- ...
room and wondered aloud how 1 4"i
day.Parents ,
he could save the home. It be- teachers and bus drivers have been advised to < V i /r S !

longs to Dr. M. K. Corbett. listen for a radio announcement at 6:30: a.m. Monday. Manning ; M! 7// :k. X11 wF tG
Corbett and DeBok are ex said he is delaying his decision whether or not to have ;j {: ; 1 r %
change students, with Corbett school until as late as possible in order to have as much information I 'S V y

filling DeBok's post in Holland. on weather and road conditions as he can. z @..,.;t;; i. I
Edward Whitley, 3855 SW 2nd Treacherous roads made bus routes in many areas of the

Ave., waded through the neigh- county impassable, the superintendent said. u.4d .
borhood offering his help to Schools were closed Wednesday and Thursday because of 'V b, %64 ft
others. Dora's winds and rain. Classes resumed on Friday morning, .K. q
Dozens, perhaps hundreds of but were curtailed shortly after noon when it became appar- h

other persons helped however ent deteriorating road conditions were going to make it diffi- .. '
and whenever they could, cut for buses to return children home. r : ;:
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1 To My Son : Teen Driverdrive Your Sunday Sun Is

phree Circuit Friday Judge dismissed John A. H.a Mur-libel '- 60 Pages t

suit filed against the Gainesvile By HENRY GREGOR FELSEN and received an adult's driving license, it became my dutyto
Sun by Airs Alma Bethea, (First of Six Articles) go along not with your claim that you were competent to Around and About the News:
supervisor of voting registra drive alone, but with his.I .
tion. A couple of weeks ago you reached your sixteenth birthday.A ..
few days later you began-then completed-a drivertrainingcourse trust you alone in a car now because the time has come when Gainesville and surround 4
Judge Murphree ruled that the community says I must trust you. I trust you because you. ing areas/4iit bf:floods Page
Mrs. Bethea's complaint did not are my son, and I want to trust you. I trust you because. I ]know %. Goldwatcf and Johnson in-
state a cause of action granting This morning you passed your state driving test you want to be trustworthy. creasing attacks Page 06. 71

a motion for dismissal by This afternoon you took my car for your first solo drive. Did Leroy Collins sell himself _
Wayne Carlisle I say this and I mean it, yet there is a question in my mind VS V
Gainesville attorney out on civil rights?-Page 8B.
for the Sun. This afternoon, for the first time in our lives, I proudly watchedyou that seems to contradict everything I have said about trusting you.
drive away alone, in sole command of two tons of machinery, It is this: The community believes you 'are an adult behind the
Judge Murphree based his solely responsible for the behavior of 250 horsepower.Your wheels, and I believe you are an adult behind the wheel How long How the,Alachua Hospital Vs7
decision on a ruling this year will it take before you believe that you are an adult behind the Auxiliary works -year.'roand, V ,'
by the United States Supreme trip took you eight blocks from home and eight blocks wheel? art of
Court. back. I wonder if you know how far that trip really took yau- and.Pinky Puppets are1 I
not only from where I stood but from your own self of yesterday.You What I wonder is, bow long will it take before your immediate, their services-Picture PagelB.
He gave Mrs. Bethea's at- may never take a longer ride than this. instinctive actions and reactions as a driver are those of a man, and Pinky I
torney 15 days in which to file not a boy? Your right to drive, your personal freedom, your life,
an amended complaint if he You seemed surprised that I let you use my car the first time may depend on how soon you can come up with the answer to this Among the Old Friends: i 1 i
that I would trust to'drive it alone.
wishes to pursue the case. you asked for it Surprised you question.

I Yet how could I, without good reason deny you a trust which the Prizeword._ ..- Page 5C MeGarvey _.......... Page 1C I
few have that
Mrs. Bethea asked $1 million community has in you? Many times, these past years, you complained
in damages, contending she you were not being treated like an adult. Now, as a driver,'you. Dear'Abby Page 7C Halberstein _, .._ Page 02 -- '
was injured by an editorial in To the highway patrol examiner you were just another boy taking will be treated,like an adult-whether you like it or not! Listening Post- Page 5C Weimer Page 1B
the test. He judged you solely on your performance. And, when '
22 pertaining :
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'.:2A Gainesville Sun Sunday. September 13, 196' ./

;1;e> Dora's. ;: ... Wake Leaves Flood. Waters Across Area f. ;j

,, *;;-. BY BUZZ MIXSON t about the area.. What were! County Sheriff John- Whitehead I the closing of a county road Strickland said the lake wasa yards under water between 47 town and that U.S. Highway 19 said that he hoped that Levy ; ..:

= Sun Area Editor graded county' 'roads. are a l said the lake there was the: there. very deep one with high and 129 at 10 p.m. Friday.SR at Inglis was under water for County schools would be ableto
t = New River in Union County r mockery of mud and"water. highest it has ever been, and: A farm-to-market road in the banks and that for it to over- S-337 between Newberryand zJbout a mile. The road at noon open again Monday. He had

is on the prowl and Addie The torrential -Rainfall following -the city park on the.lake's edge Providence area also was reported flow was very rare. Trenton, ;-mile under wa- was still open to one lane of some doubts about' the Yankee- .

=J nes' house over in Gilchrisl l in D ra's.i* wake had. was flooded. under water. The deputy said that more ter. This is where Strickland traffice, the FHP reported. town school being able to open,

County has a "regular or river", ranged up to measured. 15 State Road 100 under con- Whitehead said there had not than 15 inches of rain had been reported a "regular river" flow Some reports had Yank e e- though.
:=running beneath it. inches or more in some areas. struction between Lake Butler been much wind damage i n recorded in Trenton since ing beneath Addle Jones' house. town under three feet of water Union County School Supt.

These were typical reports: The deluge. from the sky has and Lake City has been cJos-Union County. The courthouselawn Thursday afternoon.He Strickland said there had from the overflowing Withla-Shep Thomas said he would
=of flood conditions in the area opened 'Pandora's Box of ed, Whitehead said, and the "looks like a junkyard of listed these highways under -:been no unusual flooding along coochee river and backed up wait until later to announce
-yesterday, as the after-effects i rampaging creeks, f overflowing highway between Brooker and fallen tree limbs and leaves," water in sections: the Suwannee in Gilchr i s t tides from the Gulf. whether his schools would be .i '
: -of Hurricane Dora were being: drainage ditches,and lakes. Worthington Springs is under he said. State Road 26 between Tren- :County as of yesterday about Levy County School Sup t. open Monday. !

-felt.To Dixie County"at noon yesterday -water in the vicinity of New "All in all," said the Sheriff, ton and Newberry in two I noon, but that the river was A. E. Mikell said he went over situation
= add to all the other mis-. found itself in what local River. "I think we've been mighty places about 2 miles east of expected to rise considerablywithin to Fowler's Bluff on the Su That was the yesterday '- i
_ery and woe created by Dora,. Red Cross chairman Herbert lucky up here." Trenton; I the next few days. wannee yesterday morning to in areas of .NorihcentralFlorida '
-there were reports that the Langston described as a "ser Whitehead said the Coun t y Over in Gilchrist County, Deputy SR 47, about two miles under -I Probably the worst flood sit- check on his cabin there and that could be reached ,
.Suwannee River and Santa Fe ious condition," and worse con- graded roads had not been hit Sheriff L. C. Strickl and water, 2% miles north of uation over in Levy County as found the Suwannee out of its by telephone.

": ,:River were expected to reach. ditions were predicted, as wa- too hard because the rainfallwas reported a "once in a lifetime" Trenton; of yesterday noon was in the banks and in the yards o f However, the worst was expected -

::flood proportions starting to- ter from the flatwoods con- not of flash flood propor. situation wherein Jennings Lake SR S-232, flooded for about Yankeetown Inglis area. The homes. "I've seen the Suwan- starting today, as Hurricane J
-day.Highways tinued to flow into Cross City tions. He said one bridge in the north of Trenton had overflowed 200 yards between SR 47 and Florida Highway Patrol reported nee much higher, though," Mi- Dora's moist "bite" is
= are reported underwater proper. "Pinch Gut" section of Provi- its banks, threatening a U.S. 129. that many homes were having kell said. proving to be worse than her

= in numerous locations Up in Lake Butler Union dence had washed out, causing church located there. SR 340 north of Bell, 100 to be evacuated in Yankee- The school superintend e n t "bark" of a few days back.

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I : Suwannee River Area Hit Weather RoundupZONES AboutFlood


: By BOB MEEKER to eight feet of water at 2 p.m. 12 feet from 11 a.m. Friday lems and none anticipated on From Page 1 "
Sun Staff Writer Saturday. until 4 p.m. Saturday at O'leno the east bank of the Suwan- I \
I LIVE OAK With many Roper said most approachesto State Park just north of High nee at that position but said aMAOIU \ .a IUaI Water stood six feet deep in :ink hole appeared where a

: North Florida communities al- the city were cut oil with Springs, according to Park the west bank out to Cross "s..L;: ? \.- one street from 2nd to 5th Ave I road had been.
ready inundated, the Santa Fe US-90 blocked to the east and Superintendent J. B. Cooke. City could expect high water in ---; \ nues. The engineer said Dora's
: and Suwannee Rivers yester- US-129 washed out to the north. Cooke said the water vas still the next few days. B C: Showers tapering off "I 1 Among the many 12 14 j flood waters had isolated three

day continued to rise and threatened By contrast, Branford, 24 rising at that time. Plans are under way for evac- Sunday. High 76 to 82. Small .\ \-.1 I eI homes seriously damaged are or four families in the county

: to dump more water on miles south of Live Oak, was High Springs reports no flood- uation of Dixie county resi- craft warnings displayed. IL II\ F \ \ those of Curtis Wilgus, 32 SW 1 but they were not yet in dan-
: this rain-drenched area. reported "high and dry" by As- ing but 10 inches of rain has dents on the Suwannee's west Southwest to west winds 20 \ 'G 43rd Terr and Harold A. Wil- ;ger. He said contact is being
Fire Chief T. W. Roper reported -sistant Fire Chief W. S. Wareat fallen in the past 72 hours.At bank at the present thne. to 35 miles per hour higher EL..\ __ .. made with them.
son, 604 SW 43rd Terr.
r, .' the downtown section of 3 p.m. Saturday.The Fannin Springs, Cris An- State Climatologist Keith But- in guests diminishing late ...\.., \ \0 I:: On Archer Road, water rose Miller said county road damage -
I the city of Live Oak under six Santa Fe rose more than ,derson reported no water prob- son of Gainesville said reports, Sunday. .1, \. I among trailers in the Town will run $60,000 to $70,000.In .
received by the U. S. Weather D: Showers \\ Gainesville blockedoff
I gradually tapering off and Country Trailer Park. It police
Bureau River Forecast Centerin Sunday. High 76 to 82. Gale warnings I...
Water streets leading in t o the
I-Dora's BoilingIn disPlay South to southwest winds 20 '. : flowed into the mobile homes
Augusta, Ga., indicate the to 40 miles per hour higher in gusts : ...a_ of at least six families, and stricken southwest Clear Lake
upper reaches of the Santa Fe becoming. westerly and diminishing lata section.
Sunday.E marooned another half dozen
River[ will reach the highest : Showers gradually diminishing City Manager Green said thatin
Suburbs Urged Sunday. High mid 80s. Small craft a trailers.In .
levels ever recorded. warnings displayed Tampa Bay north the northeast and south- addition to problems of wa-
-- --- -- o I Expecting the high watermark ward. Southwest to west winds 15 to
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Gaining 20 miles per hour.F east, hundreds of houses were g ,
By CLIF CORMIER The longer the water stands I on the Santa Fe to break C: Showers diminishing Sunday. GAINESVILLE WEATHERMunicipal crumbling roads all over the
Sun Editor the the chances of the modern record set in 1948, High mid 80s. South and southwest isolated by flooded yards, and
City greater con- winds 15 to 25 miles per hour becoming Airport readings dozens suffered Water city pose problems to motor-
Residents of suburban areas tamination, he said. Children the Bureau predicted aa all- westerly Sunday. Saturday: High 77 at 2 p.m., seepage.
HI J: Scattered showers rose in some. To the east, New- ists."God
Power! not connected to Gainesvill swimming in ditches and pondsare time high of 25.26 feet at Wor- High 85 to 90. Westerly winds 15 to 21miles low 71 at 9 a.m. Rainfall 2.23 nans Lake rose about four feet, knows whaL.'ur. street
main water system are advised exposing themselves to disease -thington Springs Sunday. The per hour Sunday. inches. damage is," Green !uid. "Block
K: Widely scattered showers Sunday. damming at the railr o a d "
to boil their drinking water at not to mention the risk of previous high was 24.6 feet in High about 88. South and southwest TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREwinds up upon block of streets are
10 to 20 miles per hour becoming High Low Preci|I trestle just south of the State
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP-Dora least 10 minutes.B. drowning. 1948.The westerly Sunday. Jacksonville 77 72 1.85 crumbling. There's no way of
Road 20 bridge Prairie
whipped herself into a tropical C. Pafford, county director "People should stay out of Santa Fe north of High Tampa 88 82it across guessing a figure on the extent

storm over the farmlands of cen- of environmental he a 11 h the water, and residents with Springs is expected to crest at Sunset today ALMANAC............... 6:31 p.m. Atlanta New Orleans 75 85 71 l.M- Creek. I Green warned sightseers to
tral Georgia Saturday and said, so far, the only source of private wells near flooded 19 feet Tuesday. The 1948 fig- Sunrise tomorrow........... 4:13 a.m. Boston 63 54 Water inundated the fish stay off the roads.
The at First Quarter 4:24 New York 71 59 .40
threatened to become a hurricane water not in dange of becoming areas should stop using themif ure was 15.7 feet. today sets tonight at ...... 11:37 p.m.p.m. WashingtonChicago 70 62 camp on Prairie Creek, rising State Road Department Officials
once again as she plowed contaminated from s ep tic they want to be on the safe Butson said the Santa Fe has VISIBLE and Is at PLANETS Apogee. Kansas City 71 72 53 49 -- threee feet in the store, and in Lake City said that

toward the life-giving Atlantic tanks oozing through flooded side," Pafford advised. the largest flood potential in Jupiter rises ............ 10:09 p.m.Denver 73 44 swamping fishing boats. at present, the only ro ads
the and the Suwannee .......... 11:01 p.m.Ft.. Worth IS 67 -
Ocean. areas is the city water system.It Greatest dangers in the city area Saturn. due south As in other fisher- closed are near Newnans Lake.
Venus rises .............. 3:05 I.m.Los Angeles 85 44 places,
has been checked out and appear to be in the Northwestand crest would be similar to that Mars, well above Venus. Seattle 77 47 men converged on the bridge Several are reported under wa- j

_After disintegrating into little found safe But some 21! water Southwest areas, where experienced last May. CEDAR KEY TIDES MARINE FORECAST area, casting lines into the ter. These included SR 26, SR .t
more than a band of squalls dur- sources serving subdivisions the population is concentratedin He said the Suwannee depends Sunday High at 5:02 l.m.lnd 7:40 EAST GULF: Gale warnings dis flood waters and pulling out 329 (Millhopper Road), Mon-
played. Small craft should remain In
ing a two-day rainy trek across are under suspicion and will be subdivisions and where the on rainfall well to the p.m.Monday Low_at High 12:37 at p.m.5:58 and a.m.11:56 and p.m.9:45 port. Southeasterly winds 25 to 40 bass, and catfish. They were teocha Road, 23rd Blvd. west
northern Florida, Alabama and north and would take a few a.m. Low at 2:04 p.m. knots with rain and squalls. '
tested starting today, Pafford flooding from Hogtown Creek among hundreds of fishermen of Glen Springs, and SR 121
Georgia, Dora picked up said. has been heaviest. days to get down this far. who turned out to cast lines into west of LaCrosse.

strength and her top winds rev- "Anyone using private or Pafford said the Health D e- Reports of rain during the I the surging water, including one All will be reopened as soon

ved up to 65 miles an hour. semi private water supplies' partment received many calls entire storm period run from Tees Off angler who hooked a catfish as water goes down. "

Jacksonville and Brunswick, should call the County Health from people wanting to know 9 to 14 inches as far west as City on S. Main St.McGilvray's Pete Bethel, civil defense di-
Ga. battered for almost 24 hours Department for instructions on what to do about backed u p Madison and east to Macclen- rector, said he estimated known
their tanks. ny, all running into the Sawan- Fish Camp went damage
Water septic
securing samples conservatively at $300- .
I I Dora earlier this week, took
y there isn't nee and Santa Fe River ba under water, all except the
to be tested, he siad.It "Right now a 000. This figure includes
a new lashing. takes about 18 hours for thing you can do about that sins.Most store. damage to state, county and j

: Some people who were trying the Health Department's Lab- except to hope the water drainsoff. local streams, lakes Against SRDBy Workers piled sandbags, lit- city property and p r i vat e P
.to clean the muck and debris oratory to test a sample cf water ." and ponds are full now and ter and concrete blocks, try- homes, so far as is known, (
: from their homes near Jackson he said. In the meantime be on the additional rain will cause potential "-'" ing to hold back the water. But It does not include damage

:; \ille were forced to flee again There is a definite danger lookout for snakes. Pafford danger near them. JEAN CARVER sure from that wall of water," the lake rose up over docks, which might later be discovered -

when the Little Black Creek rose: from typhoid, dysentary and warned. Sun Staff Writer I he said. "It took us until 11 patio, and ramps, seeping sev- such as disintegrating pave-

:I over its banks. I diarrhea in inundated a r eas, "There's always a danger of ArizonanIs Although City Manager Bill p.m. to block it up, althoughit eral inches into the store. Rental ment, or concealed washouts. ,

: Meanwhile Hurricane Ethel' Pafford said, and residents rattlers and moccasins crawl, Green defied a State Road Department was awfully difficult to con- boats .all were pulled up to The problem of pavement be-
should take necessary i precautions edict that the Angle- fine it." high land. coming mushy over its limerock .
:! was giving the mid-Atlantic re- with their drinking ing up in yards and carports to base i
: :; sort island of Bermuda a lashing flooded areas." 'Miss wood subdivision area off New- City police were assigned to State Road 26, where Hatch- subdivisions appears especially acutein ,
I : with winds of 70 m.p.h. water. escape berry Road be flooded late an all-night watch to guard the ett Creek flows into Newnans where the asphalt -
Friday night, the ,area gurgledin diked area and prevent anyone Lake on the north, was flood- layer normally is thinner.
:; However, the weather bureau America9ATLANTIC waist-deep water Saturday I from unplugging the culvert.He ed for a mile. It was closed by "Please stay off the roads,"

said that Ethel would probably Prowler BelievedGirls afternoon. said the efforts were pret- the State Road Department, although ethel said. -
\ 2 1 move a little to the west of the CITY, N.J. (AP- Despite Green's efforts, many ty well nullified when Saturday a few brave souls drove R a i nfall since Wednesda y
British crown colony, sparing ;it Vonda Kay Van Dyke, a 21- families evacuated their homesin morning rains swelled the con- around the barricade and us- : 11.6 inches by noon
top winds of 100 m.p.h. year-old Arizona beauty with' the southwest residentialarea fined water over the diked culvert -ed the road, six inches deep Saturday at County Engineer;

Winds of 50 m.p.h. struck. AttackerThe brown hair and brown eyes, was. off the Newberry Ro a d and over Newberry Road. in water, Saturday afternoon. 11.04 inches at UF Agricultural
Experiment Station at 5
I Brunswick, a resort community named Miss America of 1965 near Clear Lake. New ditches along the north Boys on motor scooters turned 11.23 p.m.; 4
-: in the middle of the Georgia Saturday night. Green said late Sat u rday side of Newberry Road were the flooded road into a spraying inches at the Gainesville
power plant to 4 ; and
coast which took a million-dollar Tuesday rape of an 18- His latest attack was the first A there was no question that the dug Saturday, but the city man- water raceway. from p.m.;
lively coed with a ready 10 to 11 inches at the
beating from Dora Wednesday year-old girl, carried out 1 n since late July. Most of his smile, she had been chosen only flooded Anglewood area was ager said that after Hogtown Waves, driven by hard wind, FAA tower at the airport.
-night. broad daylight, apparently i s previous assaults have been at. hours the city's most seriously damaged Creek flooded over its banks threatened: to submerge State
Five Inches of rain fell on the the work of Gainesville's infa- night on women who were earlier as Miss Congeniality sector as rain-swollen the new ditches were relativly -Road S-329-B on the west side
south Georgia town of Waycross mous "midnight skulker," Pol- alone. by the other contestants." streams continued to remindthe useless in draining the of the lake. Free Woman

-within a few hours, forcing at ice Chief W. D. Joiner said Fri He sexually assaulted one. "Goldwater here we go, she area of Hurricane Dora. Anglewood flooding. Roy Miller, county engineer, 11 I IA
_. least 14 families to evacuate exclaimed at that time, refer- Residents contacted the Sun "That water simply has no said Saturday that at least 35 AfterSlaYlllg
other woman, attempted to
to the
when canals flooded. day.Chief Joiner said the girl's another and traded ring presidential nominee criticizing the State Road Department place to go now," Green ex per cent of the county's 800
Trees and powerlines fell i in rape gunfire from her state, Republican Sen. miles of roads closed.
for unplugging the plained. "There's just a pocket are
attacker "fits the same general with a third.Description 46-year-old Gainesville
: downtown Jacksonville, and win- description of the man we are Barry Goldwater. culvert leading from a waterlogged there that will continue to gather Most of the roads washed out woman arrested Sept. 5 in connection -
dows were smashed by winds looking for and it's quite of the man indicate -, Vonda stands 5 feet 6, weighs slough area north of New- all the draining water." are unpaved routes. with the fatal shootingof
that gusted at least 50 m.p.h. j sible he is." pos- he is about five feet 10 or 124 pounds and measures 36-24- berry Road into the Anglewoodarea. By late Saturday aftern 0 on The only paved county road Charles Cogdill, 50 a local
I During the middle of the after- 11 inches tall and weighs from some homes Fletcher I closed by high water is a school construction worker
ed 36.She was r e-
t :Irioon: the Georgia community of The assault, which occurr 145 to 160 pounds. He reportedly is a senior at Arizona Green explained that worried Heights south of Anglewo o d route near Island Grove which leased from city jail Friday.

Alma, about 80 miles west of in an alley behind a downtown resulted speaks "fairly good" Eng-, State' University and wants to city officials got permis s i on were nearly roof-high in water washed away. Frances Z. Milton was released -

,here, reported a dead calm, indicating apartment in little, new apparently evidence to aid- lish.With go into the teaching field. A native from the road department to and residents were being evac- Miller said 12 school bus in lieu of charges on the

it might be insideDora's police in their search for the the attacker at large, of Muskegon, Mich., she plug the culvert late Frid a y uated in boats. routes, 18 feeder roads anda orders of County Judge H. H.
eye. have been with lives with her afternoon as the slough over- large number of county-main-
elusive terrorist. police swamped parents, Dr. and Despite the Friday night McDonald and State Atty. T.
r Dora's new and dangerouscourse prowler calls from jittery Mrs. A. B. Van Dyke, in flow began edging toward the friction with the State Ro a d tamed subdivision streets and E. Duncan. Judge McDonalds
Chief Joiner indicated
sent gale warnings up sever- culvert. other roads have been closed.
housewives. Phoenix. open s: any charges stemming
Dept the
city said
Jrom Cape Fear N.C., to Cape al officers have been assignedto manager Miller called his full 60-man
: "The road epartment penpie late Saturday he didn't think from the death of Cogdill won'tbe
May, N.J. The weather bureau the case and "we feel sure crew to seven day duty, to repair filed
until after
said we could the a coroner'sinquest
stop up the city was at war with the
said Dora probably would move he will make a mistake sooner' and roads fast
culvert as long as the water SRD. reopen as scheduled this week.
out to sea over Charleston, S.C., or later. Saturday night and regain hurricane Thus far, however. the phantom the city manager said. "I'm sure they had their reaSons said all school bus routes I following an argument between -

I strength with winds of 75 rapist has covered his About 5 or 6 p.m. Friday, ," Green said. "But you will be reopened first, then all herself and Cogdill at

m.p.h. and up. trail effectively. I I I Green was notified by the SRD don't operate b y the damn feeder roads, then subdivision I the latter's home. During t he
-- ----- BRISTOW JR. I Oliver, Jacksonville and three that water was beginning to books at a time like that. I streets, and last the other county hassle, police said, Cogdill was

$2 Million Damage HAWTHORNE Service for grandchildren. collect on Newberry Road can't conceive of any of those roads. shot in the stomach with a shot.

Theodore A. Bristow Jr., in- MILLARD HALES (State Road 26)) and cre w s people making that decision de Miller called on school bus gun.He
I fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Funeral service for Millard were being dispatched to unplug -liberately. The boys who made drivers, if they work Monday, died later at Alachua General

Cross Bristow, were held in the Roy Hales, 49, who died of an the pipe under the high- the decision just couldn't pos- be extremely careful. He said Hospital, and Miu Milton 1-
Around City sibly have realized what would
Hawthorne Methodist Church apparent heart attack in Jack-' way to alleviate the condition. not all washouts have been lo was held for investigation ,
here Saturday. Burial was in sonville Friday will be at 10 "We pleaded with themnotme happen. cated. In one case a large ,f murder. t

CROSS CITY-With local I is draining in from the sur- Hawthorne Cemetery.The a.m. Monday in the Southside' but some of our people did

property damage already esti- rounding flatwoods. Bristows live in Charleston Baptist Church. I -not to open that culvert up," } I

mated at $2 million, residentsof Complicating matters, Langston S. C., but lived here for- Rev. Gene Keith will offi-' Green said. "They said they Viet Nam Rule Falls

this town held an emergency said, is a sanitation pro- merly. ciate. Burial will be in Hill-i had their orders."
meeting yesterday to make blem caused by overflowing septic HERBERT SMITH crest Memorial Park. I At about 7 p.m. Green said "

plans for coping with the threat tanks. He said that the Survivors include his mother he notified the road departmentthat SAIGON (AP) Four battalions several duty officers but found: Khanh took power.A 1:
rfurther flooding of Dixie Dixie County Health Dept. is Services for Herbert R. Smith, Missy Land Hales of Gainesville -: the danger to residents of of troops moved into no trace of the premier. I J
County. hold immunization prog ram 69, a one time resident of ; three sons, Alvis, Charles' Anglewood was too great and Saigon early Sunday morning in The rebels also occupied crowd of people who had 4
The damage assessment, ac- Monday morning. Gainesville will be held at and Robert of Gainesville; four' the city had no alternative to a bloodless coup d'etat. communications centers in attended a mass at Saigon'sRoman 1.

coring to local Red Cro s s Sheriff Al Parker and Civil the Sea Shole Funeral Home brothers, Virgil, Panama City,I stop the pipe up. The troops, spearheaded by Saigon. They disarmed police' Catholic Cathedral,
Chairman Herbert Langston, in- Director in Jacksonville Monday at 11 Hubert, Pine Bluff, Ark., Loyd I "I could not sit idly by and armored units, were led by Brig. posts at the point of cannons.I I across the street from the communications -
cluded flooded U. S. Highway Defense Ray Bry a n and Cecil of Gainesville; one see these homes flooded be- Gen. Lan Van Phat who was No shooting was reported center, ran in panic
19, under about two feet of water were making plans for evacu- ajn.Burial will be in Evergreen sister, Mrs. Jack Stewart, Columbus -I cause of a road bed," Green ousted last week by Premier anywhere in the city. with the approach of the para- \

t through Cross City yesterday -ating families living along the Cemetery in Gainesville, but Ga. and three grand- explained late Saturd a y. "I Khanh. Phat appeared to be in complete troopers.

; water damage to city Suwannee River, which was at final arrangements are incom- children.Mr. told the road department thatif Khanh's whereabouts could command of the situation. There wa no sign of any air '

streets, businesses and r e silences. -near flood stage even before plete.A Hales was a native of the road washed out the not be learned. With him were the commanders activity over the city despite

Hurricane Dora made her ap native of Ocala, Mr. Smith Bonifay, a member of the Baptist -city would just have to assume The troops were supported by of the Vietnamese Army IV promises by the commander of

Langston said that arou n d pearance. lived here 10 years bef re moving Church and a veteran of. the responsibility." dissident Buddhist elements. Corps, other officers who had the air corps two weeks ago that -

:400 families of 691st Radar Langston said word had been to Jacksonville. WW II. He was employed asa The city manager immediately Phat, pausing at the gates to been fired by Khanh. his aircraft would quickly '.

quadron personnel had be e n received that a dam on the Survivors include one son, truck driver by the Koppers dispatched crews to plug the the city, told newsmen: Rebel headquarters were at stamp out any coup ,against the

evacuated from the Cross City Suwannee at Ellaville (north- Herbert Jr. of Arlington Co.Pallbearers culvert, estimating that by that "This is nothing to worry the home of the former mayorof government.The ;;

Air Base, and that about 100 west of Live Oak) was threat- Heights, Ill.; one daughter, will be Marvin time the slough had about 30 about: just a little operation Saigon, also fired by Khanh. city appeared _-.
families in Cross City were exPected -ened and that "if the dam goes, Mrs. Bernice McDonald, Sylvester -Gibson, Chuck Abrams George acres of water standing a t against some politicians." The whole operation appearedto calm despIte the generally

to leave their homes to we are really in trouble down Ohio: two sisters, Mrs.,Brown, W. M. Whiddon, Johnny depths of five to six feet. The rebel troops invaded be patterned after the blood- Phat, who was troop activity F

'Trek refuge rom the water that here." Mae Cook and Mrs. Annie Boone and John Dodd. "There was a hell of a pres- Khanh's office and arrested less coup last Jan. 30 when a civilian car, told on a the newsman scene! in:,

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Sunday, September 13, 1964 Goine.sviUe.Son BA
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: To My Son l!

From Pae'lI Ns: _.

"I f I have heard many teen-a g e and your friend Ralph were i 1UALITY
f 1: drivers; complain that the policeon in our living room. We heard a _
picked them because the y siren and, looking out the window I
t were kids. I'm sure this doe; 'we saw the police chasing Q
.. happen, perhaps more than i t a car along the highway. I1IS000Nt i
should., But most, of the time thE The three of us spoke at V t \
f reverse is true.J" I II ir
once. I said, "I hope they
The reason the police seem tr.I catch him." You and Ralph II
J" pick on young drivers is because said, "I hope he gets away." I
they are not kids wher I My immediate, instinctive reaction "
they drive, and cannot be per. was on the side of the ,'
/ mitted to act like kids. police, whom I regarded as they i'| t? ,
| The truth is that you, like an protectors of the community to I II ;
other new driver are in s!I which I belonged, as my pro-
tough spot. For when the community tectors and yours. j k 11I1
f gave you your licensethismorning Your immediate, instinctive _
it made a demand i reaction was that of a boy to R4c
l on you that you cannot possiblymeet. whom authority meant some- ,
f J thing that was imposed on one '
i '\ All your life until today you. by adults, whether it be police, Las?

\ ) have been learning to be a boy. parents, or teachers. And, as a .
! in a man's world. Even now, boy of almost 16, you were in --' 'to "7 P.M. I
l 99 per cent of your life must t the midst of your natural revolt The Author and FriendsTeenagers I ShoP 12 Noon
. 'r be lived as a boy in a man's against all these restrictive

world.But as of today the com adult forces. know Henry Gregor Felsen, above as the author of the best- i
,t munity demands that, in the 1 This incident was harmless selling books "Hot Rod," "Street Rod," "Crash Club" and others. The
i per cent of your life that you area enough, because it happened articles beginning in today's Gainesville Sun are from his newest book and i
I.t l driver, you immediately act when you were a boy. But when are in the form of talks he had with his own son when the lad was approaching HOUSE ARE
i and. think like a man. i you drive out as a man behind the age to get his driver's license.
This demand is made on you the wheel of your car, you cannot i

I J the instant you accept your li afford to carry as passengers -.driver, you have become part ."out there" that belongs to big, Mead & Company, Inc. Copywnght, 196by
cense. I know you are more your former childish atti Henry Gregor Felsen.)
I than willing to do this. Probably tudes of revolt, hostility, and 5f this adult society, and it is no old strangers.From Next Why I'm a better:!I 66c SALE

you think you do. But you I aggression. As of today, as a j longer something "up there" or TEEN-AGE( the DRIVER book TO, published MY SON.by Dodd THE! driver than you are.
cannot, no matter how hard you
\ try, shake off in an instant the
;-01% habits, outlooks and attitudes of
1" a lifetime-even if that lifetime

t is only 16 years.I Ai SPECIAL PURCHASESALE
I think I have a good exampleof
the problem we face.
( A few months ago, when you 1pUALITY
I were nearing 16, you and I

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"You hear people say, 'Kids I -
are just a bunch of nitwits,
) they don't listen to you.'
"You can't tell me the average -
kid isn't ready to coop-
crate," Gainesville Police Lt.

Ed Conerly says in his optimistic w. -

t "If ,the positive kids way.have respect ., .. I HANDY .- i MEMO BOARD i f BAG 0' FRUIT

and confidence in the m an MARKERS
working with them, they'll listen i SET n &se iI 66e7s
," he asserts. xt.'I' && ,
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For 13 years, Conerly has 1 Instant-dry; waterproof; = I Cork & slate sides i Natural! looking plastic; f|

been devoting all his working I I < I marks anything = Pin &write memos = 2._. colored; unbreakable s
time to safety education. He's\ -
I' enthusiastic, sure of hims e If I
and the value, the worth, of'
q. what he's doing. Ii ;
"This is important-as i m- 4 : :

portant as mathematics" Con- i
erly argues in safety educa- c f- ....
tion lectures in school class '
: : ;. <
The officer is good at the
e Job; he's got s a hearty, easygoing l! (fJ
t. attitude and he knows : EI

how to tell explain the kids things."I I CORK HOTPLATE FcRATER-PEELERl FRUIT MAGNETS _=
'you can r z4 PF1 L::_ ) r _
... fail any other course: and _
; come back and repeat it the tpN.Z $ I SSC = I LE .SSC rI
r next year. But if you fail this = ... :..
course, they'll bring back I
you 8"round II. I Holds to metal I
feet first'" n : ,wood rim Grates, peels,shreds I notes _
Conerly's "course" is reallya L Handy finger grips -. i Slat drains foods .I i._ tile; colorful;set of 10 _
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three-phase, long-range program :
developed over the years
as he sought new and better
to indoctrinate Alachua's 3i
ways __ .. ..... -
school children in safety tech- All pnc en IiIdofy .. c I = -

.niques.It Packard Bell Astronaut Portable :TV includes the same important electronic features as our finest I
is aimed at reaching all I
\ the pupils-from kindergarten consoles! Custom hand-wired chassis. Power transformer. And more!! If you want an amazingly sharp, .

through the 12th Grade."I dependable portable picture, this is it! Packard Bell is engineered and built for years of trouble- -- S

used to make a dir e ct free performance it costs you no more, and often less. Prove it to yourself-check the chart below.
contact with every kid in the
city Although school program Gainesville," he is says.now Tell your dealer you want a Packard Bell Portable Television-you'll pay less and get more. I- BEAN BAG I f INDOOR DRYER 1 =KITCHEN SHEARS!

too big for this, he still maintains NCUII KU.unItES CtVC YOU MORE- I TRAYS Ii II i
a "follow-through" s y s- Eulishre) Wireless Roto/Remote Control. SSt
tem. Primarily by means o f TWO Cieteshre Computer Dial, detain, Set-N- I 66" osf31 sI
films and lectures, he greets YIARGUARANTEE Forget tine tuning new golden electronic. \ Stay put most anywhere | i and 'folding type 11 Opens jars, bottles; arts'g
Picture An
tuner 3-rtaje +pfifiation Automatic
the youngest with pedestr i an burns For personal!wash meat uses! 1
f Gain Control, automate noise eliminator _= Prevent spills J = j = veg. many
safety talks. ,adjacent channel traps,circuit breaker =--
I t Soon, he's back to talk about protection, 3 hour sleep-switch timer available -

the bicycles they're now riding. colon for hi. Wf durable art-channel vinyl coated reception.cabinets.Choice of ITUllT"" I Shredded Polyfoam I I "" ': -. Jumbo Kapok Filled
I Now, with another school year -ex I; 'BED BED -
opened, he's faced with his ON ALL PILLOWS \ PILLOWS
r annual surge of under-aged

drivers. y 23Ndk 1-' 2 for $3
h PARTS? and
It's a problem in psyc ofa SERVICE
(f" 60 tviAwiC '
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( Vnfc% "n>> >> -fee )Jp
& ( ceC' t'/KKY 6Lt $16995 Jio .
X{, as: ( (! C, JyNm1111". ," wdP_Me / to tSo "Suppose you and fare ,\\4 tax t r4 edge too* Ir- exquisite floral ticU% M
1 1 1\ '"k>> ..
it uiiii11i1'1nt' / J. > # pittttt.
dose} neighbors and good
friends," he says. NO TRICKS NO GIMMICKS
"Suppose your boy is 16 and \ Standard Latex DuPont Dacron Fiber
mine is six months younger. BEDPILLOWS k BED
I With them both going to JIcdIf m.171bM tD'fitNiaE.n+easae+"",ei"oe ) Lk\ 7 -U 7 PILLOWS

school able to and drive only, mine yours comes being to 2 for $5 :i2-] 2 for $6Jwmb :

me and ,-a g a i n and PClckcarcl B I /
says : 1 Standard she latex tilled aia. 22 by U"
again, 'I know I can drive as II.II = I .- { bd prtlewi with tipptrrf fiord pdiews, filled with
I IITT B percale cever. Hwnflerlenic. I l genuine Du
good as he can.' WEST'S LARGEST SELLING TV COLOR STEREO pen ae f. decree

Conerly said some parents, .

with if they're the pestered of enough the "other (. :! LAST DAY
problem -L -rcQCJD! : } I I 0
kids doing it," finally give in. rJ r,: I itNfl1f r ; iiii; I (I'irnutMuntn f' '
"All right, go ahead-b u tdon't I
8x10 PORTRAIT 89* .. .
you get caught" is what TV n-nsun SHKO MUSIC MATES TUWWIMOIW 23TtA cur TY coonweweou rr.sntta.unoecMiwrxm awrK out atEdfe .
they wind up telling their "TV FROM S1M.T7-WTV FROM SlI.U..COLOR TV nOM S4M.95..STIXCO noM$159. 5-TV4TCTtO eOMtWXriONS FROM$.4tt.tSUDtOl FROM$1 .M I 6 Proofs To Choose From ":.:
children, Conerly says.
But word of this sometimes I One or two children in each family will be photographed foe only 89c"

gets back to police. Eith e r ea. Groups 89c per person. Extra child, 8x10, $1.89. ,...
because of '
a tip, or just as
a matter of chance, Gainesville -! OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. SUN. NOON -7 P.M.
Police will sometimes I OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. SUNDAY NOON 7 P.M.GAINESVILLEAcres .
throw a surprise driver's ''
cense check on a local liGAINESVILLE. Acres of Free Parking Free Parking

Thus, on one day last spring, ,.
there were nine arrests for improper Phone 376-8297 U. S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. U.S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. Phone 3768292'llore '.
licenses at a SiD g lei !i
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Jt ( Su Shots From the LiD.L # ._

Nrm Unrk !tmrs gest conventional blockbusterof Viet Nam is not, as Goldwater :

World War II. implies, that the administration -
JOHN R. HARRISON President and is too timid in attackingthe ((1 ,

Publisher; PAT COWLES, Vice President One of IF THE SENATOR had Communist supply lines,
Florida's Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON Vice President the minor mysteries of the checked on this he would have but that it plunged into a war
and Executive Editor W. C. (Bill) election is Senator Gold- for that and has
why learned reasons on a misconception
t'\ EBERSOLE Vice President and Advertising Pihi"I
University City' Director BOB TARTAGLIONE water refuses to look at the cannot be published but are misjudged the problem and

VICe President and Circulation Manager. official foreign policy and security more available to Senator misled the country most of the

information President Goldwater as a member of the time ever since. I

) TilE SUN'S POLICY Johnson has offered to make Senate Armed Services Committee The really important question :c't4' 1't:

available to him. than they are to a about the atomic powerof ":
,,, 4.9l t
/ 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. As a result of this refusal, newspaper reporter how this nation is not, as Gold- :Cfri' ,1/. .1 ;

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. he continues to make serious foolish his talk about the Da water asserts, that it is declining -

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. charges, based on wildly in- vey Crockett is, and how fan but that it is piling up t

The Sun's telephones: All Department: -372-8441 accurate information, which tastic it is to talk of the average at astronimical cost long aft-

Want Ads--376-4672 open him to counterattack and tactical nuclear weap- er we already have enough ;P

make him look ridiculous.His ons as if they were either explosive power to incineratethe !

charge Wednesday that "small" or "conventional." entire human race sev-

t President Kennedy timed the The average sized tactical eral times over, and contaminate v r1fA ,

l' Order in the Classroom missile crisis in Cuba for po- nuclear bomb in Western Europe the earth into the bar- p3 .ri"

litical reasons at home is a today has an explosive gain. S

case in point. power of 98 kilotons,which is Goldwater is certainly righton 5J '
The National Education Associa- bring about great disorder.
t areas The record on when the five times the yield of the first one thing: Foreign policy,

tion (N. E. A.) has made a survey Disrespect for law and order may long range missiles were atomic bomb dropped on hiro- as he said last week, is an ,

l of teachers to determine whether be contagious. On the other hand, first spotted in Cuba is avail- shima. This means that just issue and should be debated.

t they think it is more difficult to able to him. It is precise, one of these modern tactical But he is not likely to bene-
the pressures on children to excel in down to the exact minute bombs has a force equivalentto fit from the debate unless he
maintain pupil discipline than it was
I f the classroom may result in many of when the photographs were 100,000 tons of TNT. gets the available facts and

I in years past. them giving more attention to school taken, who took them and There are other less powerful asks the right questions.

\ where and when. tactical nuclear weaponsin
< work than to the that --.1
The indicates that teachers escapades Europe today anti-demo
i response I
based their experiences harass teachers. IF THE SENATOR does lition weapons, air defense \
on own ,
"- think pupils are more unruly today not trust John McCone, the weapons, etc. with a forceof Voice of the People I IOn
head of the CIA and 18 kilotons
The survey does serve the useful a prom- or approximately -
than formerly. The "yes" vote, purpose of focusing attention on discipline inent Republican, who was the force of the Hiroshima I

\\ >I however, isn't overwhelming. Forty- instructed by the President to bomb, yet he proposed that J
in the schoolrooms. There is
:-.i five per cent think it is more diffi- brief him on such information,I these tactical nuclear weap- The Sun's Opinion Page- .
no better place-except the hometo he can double check the infor- ons be "thought of in termsof
cult to maintain discipline, 20 per
stress the importance of respectfor mation with his friends in the conventional weaponry"and Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
cent find it less difficult, 31 per cent law and authority than in the Air Force, where he is a reserve controlled not solely by must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot
believe the problem about the same 0 officer. the President but by the exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side o* the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The
schools. Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or t
now as in the past, and 1 per cent Yet he has chosen instead to NATO commander. intent. 1

J flunked the test by being undecided. Each teacher and school admini- late affront President the memory by suggestingthat of the THE REPUBLICAN candidate He Didn't Get trated environment of ques- fice to make my point. In no '

strator has opportunities, as well as Kennedy actually risked .has also been concernedthat tions on issues of individual than three references, by

'\ Surveys of this nature do not provide responsibilities, for preserving orderin atomic war with the Sovietsat much of the nation's nu His AnswersEDITOR statist of identification of char- my count, in the Sun's presen- I'I'less

,f the final answers. The N. E. A. the classrooms. They deserve the a time calculated to pick clear power would be lost Sun: To whom acter and placement with localor tation of his book, social security -
up votes for the Democrats in by 1970 unless we producednew university personnel. I was was singled out by
concedes this by saying that a significant full co-operation of parents in their this letter refers is not a mat-
v the 196? congressional elec delivery systems. He has even asked if I begged or buyin Goldwater as the sort of thing
change be taking placein ter of concern. I by chance ,
efforts enforce We
to discipline. tions. charged that "deliverable nuclear relation to donations. undermining the self-reliance
the Goldwater head-
children's behavior or the problems would not say that the practice His public suggestion that capacity may be cut by quarters in a casual wear of This type of shilly shally of our erstwhile stalwart popu

teachers face now may seem many parents once followedgivinga tactical nuclear weapons in 90 per cent" in the next dec clothing to brief through liter response towards the American lation. By last March, in New

I more difficult because the problemsof youngster a licking at home if he the North Atlantic Treaty ade under present plans, and ature in respect to taxation voter is taken in very bad Hampshire, Goldwater had
Command be controlled not he has issued detailed discovered some virtue in
taste. when
figuresto Especially as a
the in
past fading sketches. definite
are memory. had misbehaved at school-is advis- Finding no
the President but the social security if it was volun-
by by sustain his point. plan other than the civil rights taxpayer or freeholder he
able. NATO Commander is equally Yet the odd thing about this issue issues pays the bill even down to the tary. By May, in California, the
Discipline in the school room always vague on foreign had decided that he had ,
mysterious."Let that his own friend, Gen. affairs, I learned a Mrs. X liquidation on his children'shead
has been a problem, for some However, we do believe that me stress," he said in Curtis Lemay, gave him accurate was a bi-bartisan. or their future. always favored it. (He has

teachers at least, from the days of parents should give the teacher, a speech at Cleveland, :'that figures on this May I remind the taxpayerof Questions also asked in respect never been a man to be em- J'

j the Hoosier schoolmaster to the pres- not the child, the benefit of doubt these small conventional nuclear problem, which he ignored in the miserable blunder in to these tax laws being ords.barrased He leaves by past it voting to the hostile rec- j
are no more favor of his own inaccurate
weapons validated the
handling the international affair by Supreme
ent-day teacher with a master'sdegree when there is a question about a Eastern press to worry
powerful than the firepoweryou figure of Cuba, Korea, Viet Court of the United States
in child psychology. Perhaps child's behavior. The child should about these little matters.)
get (Veterans of Foreign
r, There is a powerful case to namese, Cyprus and iurkey. from market value to 100 per I'
pupils are more unruly in a period the lesson that he must respect the Wars) have faced on the be made against the foreignand Also Dean Rusk's statement cent face value assessmentswas Behold: By August, Goldwa
forced to
when there is a great deal of lawless- rules and regulations of the school battlefield. defense policies of this "The foreign aid program wasa left unanswered almost in ter found
medicare for the
ness and rioting in city streets, when and that authority in the schoolroomrests This is not the sort of sub- administration, but Senator colossal failure." a cantankerous nature. To top vote against lest this place too
ject an Air Force general, Goldwater is spoiling it by At this particular time, I all of the frustrations a pointof aged, plan .
school integration problems in some with the teacher. much strain on the actuarial J.:
let alone a presidential candi- shooting from the lip. was looking for a little en- soul selling was brought in
f soundness of his beloved so-
t date, should trifle with beforean The real question about couragement in America's the discussion.
'TASK FORCE' SCOOPLBJ's audience of old soldiers. Cuba is not, as Goldwater conscience of duty to saving Finally, I feft with a feelingof cial security system."

But as a matter of fact, the suggests, that we didn't go her Gold market. The Amer- disgust rather than a hum- In "Conscience, poor old

I smallest operational nuclear far enough at the Bay of Pigs ican dollar is now inflated to ble citizen. As to soul sellingI Ike was scornfully criticized

weapon in Europe today the but that we got involved in it a point of 11.6 per cent of the wonder if it hasn't become a for trying to appease Moscow.

Advantage Davey Crockett or the 8- against our treaty commit basic value on the Wall Street practice more to encourage (This book, written duringEisenhower's

inch nuclear howitzer for example ments in the first place. report of the Chase National these problems by scrupulous administration, 'P
is tens of times was an effort to convince the
'-' Bank in New York.The reception individuals in high governmental -

2rm tJnrk tftmr restore respect for this nation material for his own campaign more powerful than the big- THE TELLING charge In I received was a frus- positions to buy or sell reader within the that Republican a new leadership Party

and leadership by this nationin Potemkin Village that he was greed in international markets
I' By ARTHUR KROCK world affairs. As one immediate obliged to levy on the inven- NEEDED: NATIONAL CAUSE within the walls of America? was necessary." ) In "Why Not
WASHINGTON Among Victory? which the Sun has
I and great step to- tory of Republican partisans. If we have come to this levelof
presented for the
whicha yet
insuperable advantages ward that end have President Johnson's advan- government, then Khrushchev
we appointed
President in a campaign; to a task force on peace tage in creating these familIar If Not War Then What? will indeed bury us. The amusement of its readers,

succeed himself has over his and freedom whose memberswill campaign facades has elocutions of Eleanor Roose- Goldwater was even more
is his command of scathing, and to this good day,
in the weeks ahead, discuss been particularly well exploited velt's administration steered
he is still the hero of those
the channels of Never
publicity. with leaders of the free by two of his political ad- By RICHARD WILSON ization for American education in our colleges
war began in Wash- The
this pefectly youth of every genera- who go even farther and accuse -
was more
l world ways in which free.dom's visers James H. Rowe and Chief to teach the practices of
demonstrated than in Wednesday's ington although it was sancti- tion Eisenhower and Dullesof
skipping one or two, has
I cause can best be ad- Henry H. Fowler. The captains Cobles Washington Bureau making a living at any.price.
to, race between the pres- vanced while keeping the of industry and finance moniously proclaimed that we marched to the battlements. Now we are feeling the pinchof being Communist dupes if
actual Communists them-
idential candidate to an- peace. The stature of the men recently assembled as "Bus WASHINGTON Now it is would never get into this one. Today youth marches into the this price called greed. I not

nounce the formation of a who will direct this task force iness Men for Johnson" were 25 years since those in this It was at first a slow process streets of the great cities, or wonder if this Mrs. X has her selves. And yet, in remarkable Hershey,

panel of non governmental raises it far beyond a mere recruited by Fowler, who commended frustrations set on individual: Pennsylvania, our
with short-wave the form of
consultants on international country radios taking an expan- riots on the beaches, unem- Barry proclaimed his foreign
election campaign gesture." himself to Big Busi- greed or can we if possible,
affairs, which Johnson won ness while he was Under Sec could hear broadcast sion of the armed services and ployed, aimless, faithless. save our axpayer's future bya policy to be that of Eisenhower -

handily. from Berlin the battle ofHitler's the arms industry. But it was and Dulles, and promisedto
BUT TIlE SPEECH songs more conservative
was restricted retary of the Treasury in Some force must be found as govern to
Because of the preponderance from publication until charge of the tax reduction Third Reich as the soon to mean the end of Unemployment ment. clear any appointments
of disinters to a substitute for those phasesof the Secretary of State and of
strong before Goldwater Wehrmacht blitzed Poland. It indus- I stated that
shortly legislation. growing I hoped Gold-
Ike and Dick.
Senator Goldwater's foreign war which have united the Defense with
in the list was to deliver it to the audience was the beginning of Hitler'swar trial activity, rising wages water would put a more ceil- Lyndon Johnson has done his
policy proposals in Seattle. Also, trw Senator THE PANEL OF nation and given it purpose.Mr. ing limit the foreign aid
of consult on
of citizens whom the public; the most destructive and and prices, an outlet for farm broken field running, but he
d named no names in the ants on international mattersis Johnson has his dream of affairs. However Mrs. X
has come to accept as authorities disrupting war in history, and surpluses and a general end has never had to switch goals.
release. The inevitable consequence thought otherwise. Indeed I
the handiwork of Rowe, the "Great Society"; otherssee Last winter, Goldwater opposed
in this field, the Senator have and the economic social and
the to
that when the now we peace did not
was get to
had chance to who, though he settled for the in the space exploration my answers Johnson's tax cut be-
match never the a available to President, soon after the release old familiar faces, wa ableto problems of peace.Hitler's moral dislocations in which the exciting drama the Goldwater campaign on cause the budget wasn't balanced -

group had been generally circulated keep the gallery largely intact the nation had lain stagnantfor program the tax sketches for the next and because Johnson
President Johnson, and henceto war created the
con- that will awaken the nation
match the favorable pub- suddenly sum- : Eugene R. Black JohnJ. nearly a decade. four years. banked on increasing reve-
which is a principal moned the reporters to an- McCloy, Arthur Dean, Robert ditions that caused Americato and open the cosmos, as the A TAX PAYER nues to bring it into balance.As .

blicity of creating these pa- nounce not only that he, too, A. Lovett, Paul G. Hof- build itself into the most WAR IS NOT all folly. What explorers of the 15th and 16th I write this, my radio in-

nels purpose during national political had appointed a panel of for- man, George Kistiakoxvsky, powerful and most prosperous Agricultural Adjustment Ad- centuries opened the New What Barry forms me of Goldwater's Los
eign affairs consultants but Roswell Gilpatric and James nation in the world. The
campaigns. But Goldwater did ministration could not do for World. But the space program Angeles proposal of a tax cut
Goldwater'sbid bene-
gave their names, J. Wadsworth. United States was the Said vs. Says each of five
have and forfeited, a chanceto leaves much to be wanted in during years
at Seattle for first-page ficiary of the madman's crushed fanning and what the Nation-
(help us, he must be planninghis
first them with the
his "task force" ,
name beforehe Compare The this it calls for the EDITOR, Sun: Dr. Harry L.
publicity was pierced ambitions. moment could not do for business, war respect; second term already),
the Pres- in the which
and then principals
represent could launch it. group Hitler marched Walker, M.D. (I want to be
ident's as another instance of was the best Goldwater could we emerged could and did do. What the participation of the elite and, with a budget, it is explained,
And how incomparable the from economic stagnation with sure to put that M.D. in there,
assemble for the same National Youth Aministration economically, the side effects to be balanced on the "aver-
"me pur- -
staging: The President of the staggering rapidity and have since the good doctor always "
but not necessarily each
: Richard M. Nixon, General of the spending in a age,
are nar-
pose or the Civilian Conservation does has
U.S. in the classic decor of gone steadily forward for a ) documented at some
TIllS CLAIM would have his oval office at the White Lucius Clay, Sen. Bourke quarter of a century.IN Corps, cuold not do for row field. length the conflicts betweenthe year.
had a large degree of acceptance Hickenlooper and Rep. Melvin 1960 Of course, every president
House; his helplessly scooped youth, war could do. What the of the stand- platformand
Improvement from FDR has regularly
because, some hours before in the modernistic Laird. All good men and true the stated principles of on
opponent TIllS INTERVAL
Johnson summoned a carnival setting of the Coliseum but, except for Clay, stampedas conditions have arisen which new evangelistic movement in the ard of living and of the stand- the Texas Democratic Party, anticipated "average" balancing

"flash" news conference to that was built- far the professional politicians.A cause thoughtful men to churches could not do, war ard of ethical conduct over the on which President Johnson of the budget, usually to

announce his list, advance Seattle World's Fair. The major design of their creation ulate that there never can spec-be could do.Before. widest possible range is probably simultaneously ran. be achieved ahead. And just how a yearor does

copies of the Senator's speechin President, rolling out the is the same as that of another war of the scope or it was over we had the worthiest cause, but All this is true enough, if Goldwater so 'intend to achieve

Seattle delivered Wednesday to news-night names of those who so often the other, but the phantom of nature of the war of 1939 45. mobilized 16 million men and this cause lacks moral and far overshadowed by more this remarkably new proposal -
that were have been requisitioned to total detachment from political War General MacArthuronce ctrrent concerns and by the
excitement and
offices in Washington in- there was something use- religious tone, ? Why, by none other than
pater cluded the following: erect the facades behind partisanship is the public said, may no longer bean ful for everyone to do. Re- drama. The war on poverty is remarkably shifting "princi- that tried and true Johnsonian
which politics can illusion Rowe was lookiiig,: for ples" of the nomi-
practical Republican
effective instrument of national substitute for
ligion and faith had a rebirth. an inadequate a formula: Economy in expend-
"Bill Miller and I pledge operate in lowest visibility; and, because he was working policy.If the nee. Back to those platformsfor
For, modem war is a great righteous war to save na itures and increasing rev
adminstration tint will the Senator, so short of such for the President, Rowe got. a moment. Neither was '
you an single-purpose force which tion. derived the
enues on assumption
it is not, and if the destructive the handiwork of Johnson. I
of modern leaves no room for doubt, uri of an expanding economy "
power think that it is rather
certainty, aimlessness or in- IF WE ARE to have peace gener- !
is so great as to ,
I POTOMAC FEVER make their use impractical, ternal disorder and' discon- perforce, some would say why ally recognized that any Methinks it ill becomes
Southern leader is inevitably
political I
tent. not just relax and enjoy it Goldwater supporters to
the new conditions present faced with the accuse -
By JACK WILSON", Cowles Washington Bureau problems for which there is But today general war must while we can because the war- sity of considerable retractionthe neces- President Johnson of in- f

It's too bad TV turned down the American Medical Assn. commercial. They not yet even the vaguest an be seen in a clear light. It is makers way to will use finally nuclear find weaponsin some moment he begins to aspire consistency reversals or cynicism.have Johnson's i
at least
swer. not evil it is national \
merely ; impos- to leadership.The ,
had a fine jingle: a general war. Or, if not been confined to those earlier
"Lock ;your ailing mother in the attic; give your pa an aspirin twice a day. However morally wrong, idiotic sible. There would be no that, then we will get involved same is true, however, stands which originated in \
bills and trust in AMA." mobilization prolong e d of the representative of regional -
Medicare is communistic static. Pay your and destructive organized no in a conventional war in any political He
I warfare between nations dedication to a national purpose Asia which will be worse than special viewpoint. Senator has, to ,

\ We now have a rare opportunity to solve two problems at once. Change the may be, war has been a nothing but total ruin the Korean War. Goldwater, for example built had to my knowledge a never 'I--
engage computer to
name of Viet Nam to Indochina and give it to Gen. De Gaulle. mighty force in history and from which no nation could his reputation as the leading try to track down his

the formation of civilization.The emerge as America emergedin But 25 years after the blitzin congressional spokesman of contra-

Sen. Goldwater's foreign affairs speech gave the GOP a new slogan to use history of the world is the 1945 no victor, only the Poland, the recurrence of the Radical Right One can dictory Goldwater public allegedly statements has as J

against President Johnson: "He kept us out of war and peace." history of war. Even the brief defeated. general war becomes increasingly but observe- with some awe done. -

-- existence of the American re- remote, and we are his dramatic reversal of Indeed, his record is the

Lynda Fird is going campaigning for Daddy. She's one politician you can public is the chronicle of wars HOWEVER, WAR has been more likely to be forced to stands which, until very recently very model of stability when

(-rUt site knows people in high places and she's too young to vote. which shaped its existence and such a regular occurrence find some new dynamic which seemed to be considered contrasted with the very flex

its actual form.Twenty.nve major one every 20 or 30 years will permit progress in peace by' his followers as havingthe ible conscience of a highly inconsistent 1

iez.: ; are worrying about raising $12,500,000 for their campaigp. that its welcome absence without continuing disordersand sanctity of revealed truth. conservative.

Have they; thought of applying for federal aid as a depressed area? years ago mobil leaves a dangerous vacu a m. discontent. A few examples should suf BEMUSED


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CN flooded and impassable in North Florida. "
.. Traffic was being detoured around the spots.
i : ,,
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ay' U. S. 129 north of Live Oak, where water was 10 feet deep.U. .
a 'X +.1}r .S.90 in live Oak.
%g t U. S. 41 south of Jasper.
Interstate 75 from the Alachua-Marion line south to Ocala.
y.Yw.7 'r U. S. 27 from Perry east and U. S. 19 south (barely pass
x n able but was expected to be closed by rising water.)
nja And the following state roads: 100 Southeast of Lake City
H >9 < 51 south of Mayo, 18 east of Worthington Springs, 26 east of
Wia p i w& E .. ). 'a'w3a Gainesville, AlA south of Fernandina Beach, 218 east of U. S.
t s" y .$ ".,5 ro'SA '01 in Clay County, 16 at Shands Bridge, 40 at Inglis, 105
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All Southern Bell telephone :sion in and around Gainesvillebut
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exchanges in the area were re- crews are working aroundthe
ported back in operation Satur- clock to renew service.He .
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------ -- -- "-M' V- "'" ro"- Good Fishing AnywayDora's day by said 10 men had been
{ manager for Southern Bell. brought in from the Pensacolaarea

Instant Boat Ramp backlash wasn't all bad. It brought the catfish to the fishermen. Coleman said some 1,000. to aid in restoring service -
They were catching lots of them like, this one in a drainage ditch on South Main phones are still out of commis- to the area. ..

\ Raymond Shepherd, of 3816 SW 2nd Ave., woke up Saturday to find a boat Street. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) I
ramp developing right under his boat parked in his garage. By 1 p.m. he was WHY PAY MORE
able-somewhat wryly-to launch his outboard and treat neighbors to a rideI Guincss-Scllers I Woman Knifed !Cn[
through the flooded Anglewood area. (Sun photo by Jean Carver.) FOR
I. Film SlatedThere GET 2 \
N' A local Negro woman, Ave. THE
will be a free invitational -Yvonne Williams of 53C% NW MONEY I
F showing of "The LadyKillers" 2nd St., was in fair conditionat Annette Bivins, 21,16 NW 7Ui I (2nd Gal. FREE OF EXTRA COST) 1r. sl
Ave., was held by Gainesville",l
the of
by University
{ Alachua General hospital Use Your Central Charge S
Florida Film Classics League at police for investigation 0 f as-I
8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the l lted- Saturday night after she was sault. Mary Carter Paint Store
t ical Center Auditorium.The stabbed twice in the stomach
t tt film features Alex Guin- during a Friday night argu- Officers said Miss Williams I 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588

ess and Peter Sellers. ment in the Stag Bar, 739 NW also was slashed on both arms

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-' After Hurricane Dora's soaking rains there wasn't room in the ground for
, this 25,000-gallon fuel tank at Stengel Field and out it popped. William Page,
; airport manager viewing the tank, said !U took only about one hour for it to rise {Z St.
above ground. lie said it held about 6000 gallons of aviation. gasoline. (Sun :aI
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Camp, with docks and patio all under water. (Sun photo by Norm La Coe) )


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would arrive at the Orlando air. nylon flannel an 4t'
f port at 3:15 p.m. for a talk, o\\ An ccctafo canbioarioa of aeManc& __'-. Italian import! Slacks
t to Tampa airport arriving a t' : w
beau aJ prinKwexfc easier operation tailored to our own q'
4:45 pjn. for another talk, foI] I .
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Defection of Top Scientist' Plane Makes Emergency Landing on U. SQ1


By BOB MEEKER ]ly[ landing gear and left Apparently the only witnessto In recounting the accident to I"extenuating circumstances."
From Reds Elates Sun Staff Writer wing is estimated at $2,000 by the accident was the' driver Brown and assisting officer Kenneth The Ohio auto deaIer- said
WestBy ..
Wilhelm. of a large tractor trailer
Boatright, the pilot said: he was on'a conlbIn tionbus-:
CITRA A light plane pilot truck which the :
over pilot
returning _
Investigating Florida High- he was doing about 90 miles ness and pleasure trip
DORIAN might have been described as Patrol Trooper R. C. landed. hour when he landed and to Portsmouth from Pompano ;.
FALK many, Prof. Baron Manfred von search at Rossendorf. way per
GENEVA AP) The defection -I Ardenne, reacted to the news by Western scientists, some of a man in a hurry Saturday as Brown, Ocala, said the pilot Wilhelm said the driver stop- f nd that he had slowed downa Beach when the accidnet
t to the United States of charging that Barwich went whom have been permitted to he landed his single-engine air;; would be charged with landingan ped to see if anyone was hurt great deal when he lost con happened. He said he would return -
nuclear scientist Heinz Barwich craft on US-301 at the North aircraft the to Pompano Beach when I
West for family reasons. study the Dubna operation, say on highway. and proceeded south. trol and struck the last sign.
-long a holder of key positions its research is devoted to peaceful city limits of Citra. things are cleared. up here..
Von Ardenne, reached in East
"The plea will have to be guilty Brown out call
f in the Soviet Union and East II Germany by telephone, said the uses of atomic energy. Mike Wilhelm, Portsmouth, ,". Wilhelm said. "The evi- to Trooper other patrolmen put to stop a the The officers agreed the pilot Assisting in the investigationwere
Germany-caused elation Satur- At Rossendorf, one of Bar- could be charged with exceeding Patrol
defection bad
was "extremely dep- Ohio, said the weather got dence is lying right there in truck for verification of the Florida Highway
day among Western officials.I wich's deputies was Fuchs, who the speed limit apd not hav- and
I lorable" and "I am sure that' and he elected to land in the the highway." accident.Mr. Sgt. Frank Etheridge
Soviet sources expressed shock.family reasons played a very lipped into East Germany in road rather than dump it in irg: a vehicle under control at, members of the Marion County
The 53-year-old East German I strong role in this decision." 1959 after serving a prison I the swamp. all tunes but added there were: Sheriff's Department.
is considered a major prize for He said he believes Barwich'swife sentence in Britain for passing I Boys' Club Offers ChessBoys I i. I
the West, which lost two top is still in East Germany. nuclear secrets to the Russians. Flying alone, Wilhelm was '
nuclear experts Klaus Fuchs Washington officials declined The other major defector to unhurt when he landed the Chace will attempt to AIR CONDITIONINGk
and Bruno Pontecorvo to to reveal details about Bar- communism, Italian-born Pon- plane in the south bound lane interested in learning to eliminate the false conditionIng
air -
impression Call for efficient
k I us quick' <<
1 communism. wich's family, or his present tecorvo, is working in the Soviet of US-301. It was only when he play chess or those wishing to I K I1)\r I R or Heater service.:
that chess is difficult to
lost speed, and rudder control a game i% .
Russia in Trained and experienced
He went to
Barwich's defection was announced whereabouts. But sources said Union. develop new skills in the game
at secret that the plane veered left and master by teaching a few I Radio dispatched trucks service men
Friday by officials in he is in the Washington area. 1950 while working top are invited to join the Boys' whichare Reasonable rates 24 Hour service
I Washington. He made his get- Barwich was among the installations in Britain. struck a highway sign which.Club common sense principles I Service on all makes of equipment
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away last Wednesday, while in German scientists U.S. say easy grasp pro-
numerous Barwich will to collapsed the landing be given each Saturday at vide hours of enjoymentto Ph 376-8268 HEATING & AIRCONDITIONING
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ence on the peaceful uses of Red army after the defeat of work for the United States. Damage to the propellor, bel- 10:30 by Bob Chace. the player. --
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: atomic energy. Germany in 1945. By 1955 Bar
The scientist slipped ,out of a wich had taken over as deputy 'NA' OffersHelp
Geneva hotel when the confer- director of the Soviet Nuclear
: ence ended. He was accompa- Research Institute at Dubna, NOW AVAILABLE! NEW MERCHANT'SGREEN
nied by another East German near Moscow.In ForNeurotics
: scientist, Prof. Max Steenbeck, 1957, he was permitted to
.-. whose whereabouts has not been return to East Germany and
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. : Barwich's chief in East Ger- tral Institute of Nuclear Re-

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: Chess Club All boys inter- team assignments will.be made has done for the bettor. Nib.

: ested in joining the Boys' Sept. 19 at the following NA held a private dinner one I .
times: 7 and 8 year olds 9; .
: Club Chess Club and receiving I night this weekvichyssoise, :
9 and 10 year olds-10; 11 131 Sunnyland Cardinal Sliced
instruction in advanced chess year olds -11. All boys who ,trout second and formal coq and au first vin-for private its : : (limit 2 with food order.)

: are invited to attend the week-!sign up for flag football will ;gathering since formation. Host I .

: ly meeting on Saturdays at be eligible to join the Boys' Club ,was M. J. Youle-White, an .
10:30: a.m. Bob Chace is instructor -!Gator Boosters and attend the 1 English author who wouldn't I : t BACON %
: for the club and has many; Florida-SMU football game as :say how many guests he had.
: years experience in the art of guests of the Gainesville Quarterback :They remain nameless. I :
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interested to attend these meet. surance, First National Bank. to communicate and to have j
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1 11 Sunday September 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7A

I :British Jets Hit I Blockaded When Will Assassination Report Be Ready? .

Turk Town'Starving' .!.. ..,

Indonesia Bases WASHINGTON (AP) Chief ing is now "a matter of days"but my. All the pages are blank. killed all hope of an Oswald: findings. They have written an

Is Justice Earl Warren said Satur- that public distribution is up When they are filled in they will confession. exhaustive analysis, it was
day it is "a good bet" that his to the White House."I .
I I The commissioners are described of and
disclose "some reported, speculation
I'l KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia of Malaysia made NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) -The investigating commission will hope it will be very soon," as deeply conscious of
; of Malaya to rumors about a right-wing plotin
up U.N. send to President Johnson next according well posted I
) (AP force
) British Hunter jet peace commandersaid Warren said. "We're just driv- the historical significance and
Singapore, and the Borneo week its the United States or a Com
t. fighters with rockets blazing states of Sarawak and Sabah. Saturday food conditionswere 700-page report on the ing to get it all done. Our jobis sources but no substantial international impact of their. munist conspiracy abroad.
i blasted Indonesia paratrooper scandalous in the blockaded Assassination of President JohnF. completed when we report to evidence to dispute the earliest

!, hideouts south of Kuala Lumpur In London, British sources Turkish Cypriot village of Kennedy. the President." findings of federal agents 3 Receive Much of the delay in completion -
; Saturday and Britain warned of said the United States and other Kokkina which Turkey wants to Other sources estimated the Persons having business in that: to of the report since the
1 .possible allies had been fully informed of supply by ship convoy. The White House issue date -June 30
retaliatory blows at may the the well-guarded headquartersof -Lee Harvey Oswald, unsta- original target
I Indonesia. the decision, which would re- Greek Cypriot government saysit findings on the Sept. 27 weekend the presidential commissionare ble Marxist and steady marks- Mason DegreesGainesville is said to have resulted from

British air defenses were quire Cabinet approval before would consider any such but some predicted the being handed a hardboundblue man, shot John F. Kennedy painstaking efforts to make sure
( strengthened around SingaporeMalaysia's' any air raids are launched Turkish supply an invasion.Lt. tasks of final editing, printingand volume, nearly ls/4 inches dead in Dallas, Tex.,last Nov. Lodge N o. 41, that each such report is traced
1 -- against Indonesia.The Gen. K.S. Thimayya of binding could F & AM will confer the Fel- rebuttals
major port and take a little thick, bearing the presidentialseal 22 without coconspirators or down and the amply
: n v base. against the-possibiliI informants said Washington India flew personally to Kokkina longer. in gold and the title: helpers, here or overseas. lowcraft degree on three mem- documented.
t I had and found that unless ade- bers Monday at 7:30 p.m. in
f : ty'-of sudden air strikes from because expressed it has treaty some ties concern with quate food is rushed to 1,500. Warren told reporters, after a "The President's Commissionon -Jack Ruby, convicted mur- the Masonic Temple on N. Main Copies of the report will be
nearby Indonesia.
. week of night-and-day labor by the Assassination of Presi- derer of in well hard
Oswald bound as
Australia and Turks "they will starve. I acted in out paper as
| In Singapore, riot police and who New their Zealand, There was no immediate the seven investigators, that the dent Kennedy Report. raged grief as what he con- St.Light refreshments will be covers, and will be available for
are keeping forces in
I :,I :. barrage troops laid and scattered down a 200 tear leftist gas readiness to come to Malaysia'said reaction from Turkey or completion of editing and revis- But it is just a printer's dum- ceived to be an agent of retribu- i served following the degre e public sale by the Government

if Indonesia should invade. Greece. The Athens government tion, and thus unthinkingly work. Printing Offices.
demonstrators who were Protesting supports the Greek Cypriot Beatles Reach
t Boston
the military draft. The concern was reported -

r I police waded in with clubs and over the possibility of the government. SPECIAL PRICES TO ALL
Thimayya went to Kokkina on
United States involved in
::arrested 51 being
t I persons. After 'Sitdown'
Six Hunter the conflict. the northwest coast by helicopter in JaxBOSTON
jets made
repeated with the international headof
l sweeps against Indonesia Deputy Premier Tim Abdul the Red Cross on Cyprus, AP StudentsON
paratrooper Razak, who is also defense ( ) England'sBeatles for Baltimore and another one University
positions near
t I Max Stalder of Switzerland.The arrived in Boston Sat- night stand. !
Labis 105 miles southeast of reiterated Malaysia'sposition
M I I 1. Kuala Lumpur after eight that if the United Nations Indian U.N. commandersaid urday, unmolested by a single At Jacksonville, the British!
if the
Kokkina Turks do not teen-ager.
singing refused
"is unable to this group to per
Hunter jets rocketed the same stop act
get food in four days they will
of aggression the The Beatles landed in a chartered form at the Gator Bowl for an
area Friday. we reserve .starve. He said the blockade plane at Hanscom Air hour until all newsreel and tele- APPROVED & REQUIRED
to take whatever
I Gurkha troops from Nepal right is imposed by the Greek Cypriot Force Base in suburban Bedfordat vision cameramen left.

under British command and necessary. government of President Ma- 3:20: a.m. under one of the "We want the Beatles," chanted GYM CLOTHESFor
Malaysia soldiers hoped to flush Razak denied that Malaysiahas karios had reduced the Turkish heaviest protective guards in the crowd of 20,000 while

i out the remainder of a band of authorized Britain to hit I Cypriot refugees "to degrading the memory of veteran Boston other performers tried to entertain -,
50 paratroopers who were back at Indonesia. He told local :subhuman standards of life" newsmen. them. A press agent told
V- dropped Sept. 2. So far eight reporters: "We must avoid :adding that he would ask for an the crowd the Beatles would not I
1 have been killed and at least 19 talking loosely about war. The i immediate meeting with Makar- More than a score of state sing until the cameras left. MEN WOMENShorts

captured. first thing we want to avoid in i os to rectify the situation. troopers, 100 military policemenand When they did, the Beatles
i A British High Commission this part of the world is war." Stalder said "there must be acrash at least 100 local police sang. & Teeshirts Bermudas Jamaicas

I spokesman warned that if In- He pointed out Malaysia has j program. They must have From Bedford, Lincoln, Concordand The press agent, Derek Tay- Shirts
donesian attacks on Malaysia taken its charge of Indonesian :food." Lexington protected the lor, said that in the past some Gator Sweat Shirts & Pants Gator Sweat Shirts
quartet not from
continue Britain may strike aggression to the United Nations The Turkish charge D'Af-- teenagersbut newsreel film of the Beatles had
back at Indonesia. Britain has a Debate opens in the Security .faires[ in Nicosia, Faruk Sahin- also from newsmen and pho- been sold, cutting into their in Gym Shoes by Converse, and Pants

I defense pact with the federation Council Monday. i bas, accompanied Thimayyaand tographers. come. |I Beacon Falls & U. S. Keds Shoes by U. S. Keds
Stalder to Kokkina. He said They flew to Boston from About 100 teen-agers were at I and Beacon Falls
Red Cross or U.N. food ship- Jacksonville and left Saturday the airport when the Beatles ar-! Socks and Athletic Supporters SocksComplete |

Coastline Lost ments would take too long to night after their performance rived. I
I II organize to relieve the conditionof
II I the refugees."I (Line of

believe the best thing is for

I 20 Yrs. of SandThe I Turkey possible to send," he food said.as quicklyas Turkey HURRICANE CLEAN UP TENNIS and GOLF EQUIPMENT

had announced it intends to
break a Greek Cypriot blockadeat Rackets, Bancroft & Dunlop Clubs
Florida coastline fr o m dunes, nature's own protection FPC's staff of trained
Kokkina by sending suppliesby tree surgeons is standing Balls Carts
i St. Augustine to Mayport lost against the sea, receded 30 to
next .
ship Tuesday.The .
more than two million cubic 60 feet and some 15 houses Presses Bags
yards of sand during Dora's collapsed under the storm's Turks maintain the Ma, by to serve you on clean-up of storm Covers Balls
karios' government is systematiIcally
two day pounding, a Universityof fury Dr. Brunn said. of Racket Restringing All Accessories24Hr.
Florida coastal engineering "Now that the beaches have Turkish starving Cypriots large on groups Cyprus., debris in your yard and damaged trees and ServiceJIMMIE
I research team reported F r i- eroded so badly, it is necessarythat denied
Makarios this accusing
day.This immediate steps be takenin Turkey of "false propaganda in I shrubs. For fast dependable service call:
is more than would order to avoid a further cat- HUGHES SPORTING GOODS
order to embarrass" his
ordinarily be expected to erodein astrophe which could be pre- govern
20 years said Per M. Brunn cipitated by a few northeastersin ment. torDA
He followed this up by warn- csrONT1OL Northcentral! Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters
Universl t
Director of the y'sI the coming storm season, fR 6-2661
I Coastal Engineering La b o ra- Dr. Brunn warned.He ing of grave consequences .- i in.wwrNer 1113 University Ave. FRanklin 2.8212
said revetements :should the Turks try to send in i
tory. granite
The surveys of the battered I recently installed at Atlantic :supplies to Kokkina. I II I

shore were completed Friday :Beach offered considerable pro-

night by the UF laboratory, a I tection.
: technical agency for the Florida Ponte Vedra, for reasons unexplained
: ; ,Board of Conservation for. actually gained sand I
Shores and Beaches. during the bout with Dora.
-. Fernandina Beach suff e r ed South of St. Augustine the

:: the worst erosion damage from i damage was less severe, reported We asked some _
: the hurricane winds and water. Dr. Brunn.
i Over one-half million cub 1 c Crescent Beach, 15 miles

yards of sand disappeared in south of St. Augustine suffered six-year-olds .
the short two mile stretch of some erosion. Fifteen-fo o 1 t _

beach, sand dunes rece d e d scarps, an erosion characterizedby "
from 30 to 60 feet, parts of a steep slope, were notedin to draw
I oceanfront highway AlA were sand dunes.
washed out and 30 houses were I Daytona Beach survived the t
: undermined and collapsed into storm's wrath with minor eros-
the angry seas, Dr. Brunn re- ion and the sea walls which did money"I
ported. collapse were "old walls readyto
I .- At South Ponte Vedra, sand crumble".

Police, Fire Report I

Accident Roundup Philip R. Currin- 2092 Hume /. :

Involved in accidents reported Hall and Stephen G. Walker, ... : : /
by the Gainesville Police Manor Motel, at 2:58: p."n. Fri- ;:. .
Department and the Alachua day at NW 1st Ave. and 17th

County Sheriff's office duringthe St.James
past 36 hours were: L. Southwell, W a y- E : :
William D. Batchelor 5 Fra- cross Ga., Frances P. Moritz,
ternity Row and Spencer H. Be Fairbanks, Fla. and ClarenceA.

dell, 1520 NW 10th Ave., at Burger, Jacksonville, at VA
12:30 a.m. Saturday in Jerry's 11:06 a.m. Friday at State Road :: > .. : :
Drive-In. 24 in front of Sperry's.Joel .

Barbara A. Hill, 807 W. Pan- T. Coney, 1234 NW 10th ,,

hellenic Drive and Sarah A. Lie- Ave. and Wynn R. Hoffman, Mt.fi .: .tqk
bermann, 331 Graham Hall, at 1121 NE 23rd Blvd., at 12:17 SY qG!
3 p.m. Friday at the N. Waldo p.m. Friday at a parking lot ;a ; ; y'
Road: entrance to Municipal in the 1200 block of W. Univer- :
; 1
Airport. sity Ave. First

Lawrence E. Jones Jr., 2048 Glen E. Musslewhite, 901
NW 7th Lane and Beverly) W. N. Waldo Road and FlorenceH. :Fee3'a1

McAllister, 1421 NW 3rd St., at Garden, 2330 E. University /

5:40: pjn. Friday at NW 7th Ave., at 12:25: p.m. Fridayat SAVI H $ tLou .
Ave. and 13th St. a parking lot in the 1100 ..,. : Asr.C/AitK JIiIiiiiiiif; ;

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Aubrey L. Adair Jr., 626 NW 4 wh. /f.,/
Man ChargedIn 10th Ave. and Donald Feder-
man, 2307 SW 16th Place at : 'z :. .
Possession 9:55 a.m. Friday at SW 2nd : jc. Ark'':,' f.J !
Ave. and 12th St. : p"+yiRa. .

Of Moonshine Roslyn M. Mintz, 122 NW i tvI
25th St. and Robert C. Besalski,

MICANOPY A 58-year-old 518 NW 35th Ter., at NH1 a.m. !
) Micanopy Negro, Jesse Walker Friday at SW 4th Ave. and 12th

Jr., was arrested by state St. /IM'
beverage agents Friday night Michael E. Hilley, Univer- ii1
and charged with possession of sity of Florida engmeerng de-
moonshine whisky. partment and Bertha Williams -

High Springs at 8:10 favorite
Agents Gene Wells and Lee ajn. Friday at NE 8th Ave. This is our naturally

Purvis, assisted by Alachua and 4th SLWilliam

County. Sheriff's deputy JohnnyL. F. Arnold B n nits You might argue that a passbook isn't really "money." Fam
arrested Walker -
Springs, at 9:45 a.m. Friday on
after a search of his home 1-75 five miles north of State But it represents money. Indeed, an insured account here
uncovered three gallo n s of Road 26. savings & loan associationof
is better than
moonshine and 2V4 gallons of money.

: "home_ brew." Frances P. Moritz, Fair- If s safer.: It earns profits. You can't lose it. Yet it's ready [. ........ ] Gainesville

When officers entered the banks, Fla., was arrested by MEMBER> FEDERAL SAVINGS
when need it.
house, they found three other Gainesville police Friday at you p

Negro men seated at a kitchen 11:06 a.rn. on State Read 24 If you don't have a better-than-money savings account r2rj & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
table. None were arrested. and charged with driving while FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM

intoxicated. at Gainesville's largest association, start one now. Free
Walker admitted ownership of 249 W. UNIVERSITY AYE. AT 3RD
both caches of illegal whisky, parking at both offices. free save-by-mail plan. 4.Df
but said he had purchased the :' At 9:52 ajn. Friday a utility
wire short circuit at 1731 NW Dum unit
FR 6-7551
moonshine.The 6th SL No damage.. SAVINGS IN BY THE 21ST EARN FROM THE 1ST ImJEII .

moonshine was held as.evidence I At 11:24 p.m. Friday, & gas nst.A
-. _and..the "home brew"wardesfoved heater exploded at 1924 NW s '
: 8th St. No damage.

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there is"no intention on the partof 1
the Democrats to hide any r'tTS1
thing" in the reopened investigation .
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that Republican charges that,
referral of the case to the rules
committee amounted to a whitewash

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LBJ Views Hurricane Havoc I -
OPEN TIL 9:00 ...

Nrw Dark Wimr flew into the devastated bi-state,,!studs of demolished buildings,, special disaster coordinat o r.: Most of the damage came MONDAY NIGHT -:
WITH THE PRESIDENT. area early Friday afternoon, I he talked above the roar of bulldozers -, "When we get back we are going from erosion of foundations N.
The havoc wrought by Hurri. even before the diminishing tail to residents trying to salvage -, to put all the facilities of the Shorelines buildings broke the f'
cane Dora in the Jacksonville,:, winds of the tropical storm had soaked and sandchoked be- government at the disposal oi f r main thrust of wind and waves,
Fla. Brunswick, Ga. area!s passed away. longings.The these people." and buildings Inland survived.
was seen at first hand Frida y Johnson walked through President told Edward At Jacksonville Beach he: Even along the beaches, the &fj.n ENCHANT-;
.. by President Johnson. storm sodden resort areas, McDermott, director of the Of- picked his way carefully through I blows seemed to have
i.t The President hurriedly gath. shaking hands and expressing fice of Emergency Planning rubble and pools left by receding with mysterious selectivity. One
) wed an inspection party and I his concern. Through the naked whom he had designated as a waters, and told one of his: building, completely shattered, If\ } Y TRESSES!
guides, Sen. Spessard Holland,, would be flanked by others that
"Spessard, I believe it's worse appeared untouched or scar-
than what you told me." red at most by the scaling off

Flying from Washington, thePresident's of some of their roof shingles. .t GLAMOROUS
-- over Col. James Swindel, pilot of
the ocean a scant 500 feet above
the presidential jet, circled close
the beach line from Brunswickto \
EXCLUSIVELY St. Augustine. From the starboard over St. Augustine, so low that ? HAIR PIECES
f knots of people on the ground t
side of the plane, at 250
could wave in recognition at
knots, he could shore-front
the blue- andgold striped white
homes, battered wind and -
un- x. $500
ship with the presidential seal
dermined by surf, jumbled into
blazoned on the side. \
E pitiful heaps of debris. I
The waters or the Atlantic Then the President flew back
still clawed at seawalls along north to Jacksonville for his .,. Add glamour In town .
E ground inspection of the Jack-
beaches still
submerged by at the beach! Choose
t tides. Layers of sand were swept sonville Beach area. He learnedon
over what once had been wa- landing from McDermottthat your new look. the
damage in Florida from
\ terfront homes.
hurricanes braided pony tail, the bee
Dora and Cleo
t tt . 'Ji\ (which struck in late August) hive, the figure 8 or the
Court Names totaled $99 million, $84 millionof
I ,..- it in private losses. ,yt :: : braided bun' Dynel I and

BankruptcyReferee The President kept a close .. :' acetate in fifteen
eye on the storm as it devel-
..,, exciting shades from
oped.> At his news conference .,
Wednesday, he said he had talk- black to blond, to grey ..
C ed with Gov. Farris Bryant of
MIAMI (APJ.. Edward Florida and Gov. Carl Sandersof FLOOR mix.
t M Houston, 31, Hollywood, has Georgia, and had assured Millinery i Shop"2nd
t been named by federal court as them of federal help needed.
part time bankruptcy referee for
nine south Florida counties.

t With the appointment, effective -I PIECE GOODS SHOP-2nd FLOOR
immediately runningfor
six years, Houston will pre-
side over Broward, Palm
tuAc s Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian
River, Okeechobee, Highlands] ,,
BLACK & Glades and Hendry counties.
Houston will receive $7,500

said annually an for announcement the part- me made job,I & WINTER WARDROBE NOW i it .

Friday by federal court.J. .
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By BOB GREEN It was the first competition in

/ Associated Press Sports Writer more than two months for

LOS ANGELES (AP) A A & M Hayes Victor Hayes, who pulled a muscle in

., % near-incredible series of broad the National AA U Champion-
jumps by Ralph Boston In 100-Meter Event ships and had to skip the New

including a world record 27 feet York preliminaries.Makes .

4. 43(4 inchesa record-matching GoodIt

1L4: 44.9 by 30-year-old Mike Larra- was his last chance to win a
J men, came from behind with the preliminary trials in New
bee in the 400 meters and sprin- chance on the team and he left
jj4- ter Bob Hayes' comeback highlighted about 150 yards to go, collared York, was third in 45.6. ,
little doubt that he
t, Saturday's final U.S. the front-running Ulis Williams, Hayes, the burly flash from was ready
the American recordhe
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8,4ftW Olympic track and field trials. then just fought off a counter Florida A&M and generally shares with several others

.rally by the lanky Arizona State regarded as the world's best
$_ The two-day meet in vast Los in and just one-tenth of a secondoff
( t student in the record matching sprinter, won the 100 meters
Angeles Coliseum will conclude : the world record.
4rt $ 10.1, finishing about a yard in

$ :: Sunday 400.Williams was timed in 45 flat front of Trenton Jackson of All winners in New York have

Boston, a lanky, 25-year-old while \Ollan Cassell, who won Illinois, who was timed in 10.2. secured places on the team and

graduate student running for needed only to demonstrate by

the: Southern California Striders their performances here that

had a fantastic series of 1 Hit 1 Run they are still in condition. The

;* so good that his world : ; next two finishers qualify for

was only his second best the second and third positions in

afternoon each event for the team that

_ _.._ _._ Runs will represent this country in
-------- -- -- ----- He went 27-10V4 on : 1 Hit 0 .

Fullback John Feiber cracks for short gain in Gator drill. (Sun oto by Eddie Davis) jump, seven inches Tokyo.

listed record of 27-3 Several New York winners,

Ter-Ovanesyan of (AP) finally broke Meyer's spell including veteran hurdler Hayes

the longest the world : Bertaina of leading off the eighth with a Jones and steeplechaser Jeff

GRAVES UNHAPPY AT RESULTS seen. That jump, and Bob Meyer of double. Fishback, had their troubles,

aided by a 5.8 mile : matched brilliant Bob Saverine ran for Orsino but it wasn't enough to knock

wind, then followed with I Saturday'night as and moved to third on Bertai- them off the team.

of 26-ll'/4, the record 27-4 : held hitless for na's sacrifice bunt. Brandt then

L 71, 26-8%, pass. scored a run in flied to Rocky Colavito in right Jones ran second to Willie

} UF Drills in RainBy on Jack Brandt's field, and Saverine scored after Davenport of the Army in the

Perfect Day and edged the the catch. 110-meter hurdles, each timedin

SEYMOUR The wind had abated The Orioles had threatened to 13.6; and Fishback was thirdin

will he kick? time he got off his stretched the score without a hit in the sev- the steeplechase behind the
By JOHN CLENDENON I "This was to be our big Seymour will be examined by ed up the middle for two yards before a crowd of League lead enth when Sam Bowens opened winning 8:44.2: by George Youngof

I Sun Football Assistant week conditioning wise," doctors Wednesday. and a touchdown for the only before a crowd of over Chicago, I with a walk, moved to third on a Phoenix and Vic Zwolak of I

first half of the two-day Cleveland. sacrifice bunt and an infield out Villanova.
Hurricane Dora have second half score. ,
Sc may Graves continued. "We plan-
I hit the Florida football team Graves said Seymour will was held in bright the only hit in then tried to score when one olMeyer's
ned to taper off the last week probably handle punting chores I Graham McKeel also churned in the mid I from Lindgren Romps
much harder than the expected temperatures was Doc Edwards' pitches got away
before the SMU against SMU if pronounced fit out some sizeable gains. Gerry Lindgren, 18-year-old
combined lines of Ole Miss, game. Larrabee, some five in the fifth Edwards. But he was out at the
I I the n. He will not, however Steve Spurrier plaunged for Spokane schoolboy, won the 10,-
Alabama Auburn and the rest With the "lost week" now years older than most John Orsino plate, Edwards to Meyer.
of the on the Gat o rs" history, Graves said a switchin play at all on defense. Mainly! one touchdown and combined. I The one-hitter was Bertaina'sfirst ., 000 meters in a good 29:02: flat,
powers a punter last year, Seymourhas with Marquis Baezler for another running the final 54.7 quarter
rugged 1964 schedule.. practice plans would have to major league victory in his
been working in the defen- one on a perfectly executed before a standing ovation. The
be made with controlled scrim- third start since coming up I
Saturday, gusty winds and sive backfield during preseason 15 yard option play. Baez: time was some 15 seconds
mages probably Monday and Cepeda League last month. Meyer, who I
all but halted a
I heavy rain Tuesday. drills. I ler took a pitchout on the five beat the Orioles last Monda, better than his winning effort
I game type scrimmage as the yard line and .
Most of the scampered over of the Eastern that made him the darling of
weather clouded the football scoring yesterdaycame .. from Elmira I f fI
I Two Injured the goal line.
in the lost his sixth the victory over Russia last
first half. A con- with a six-hitter, I
picture for the fourth consecutive Two players were injured in ., Blast
Dick Kirk
tinual downpour made the picked off a B in decisions. month.
sec eight
conditions game
!1! day. .Despite 11 ed"backlash" the workout, although neither ond"half a plunge and punt af team pass and went 35 yards Both pitchers are rookie left. Dallas Long took the shot at
1 caused by the so. ca believed serious. Offensive
case was for the first touchdown.It
game's 64-9 followed
the varsi- fair. handers. Meyer started the: by Randy Matson
of Dora, tackle John Whatleyre was the second week in a SAN FRANCISCO ( ) homer with Willie with New York but was:!i and Parry O'Brien, each with
rack 37-0 season
ty managed to up a injured his knee and offensive Fullbacks ShineIf row that Kirk crossed the dou- Two homers by Orlando in the first inning sold to Los Angeles in June and. 63-10. O'Brien's toss made him
win over a B squad center Jim Benson came it was a day for anyone, It ble stripes after intercepting da ahead to
a including a grand stay. then went to the Athletics two, eligible for his fourth straight
men aggregation.The up with a shoulder injury in was for fullbacks. Larry D u- pass. An offensive halfb ack a tw<>-run blast by Jim two out off loser later. Olympic team.

scrimmage, which w as the muddy going. pree, out of action with tonsilitis -last the Fort months
year, Lauderdale powered the San who left after two I It the second straight World record holder Fred
closed to the public, was slated Hal Seymour saw action in a for three days, plunged for, dandy appears to have made ants past the National a pinch hitter. Orioles held Hansen won the
that the were pole vault at 1
for Florida Field but soggy punting role. Sidelined duringthe a touchdown. John Feiber
I ran I the switch to defense with little leading Philadelphia
his grand slam extended of 6 fewer
hitless for an length winning on misses over
moved the week with mononucleosis well when
conditions there action called upon and bull- trouble.
to the practice field. Saturday. right center field tune. Bonus rookie John (Blue John Pennel, who cleared the

I third off John Booz- Moon) Odom went six innings same height.

Graves Unhappy UCLANS I Phils' hurler. The without allowing a hit Friday Hal Connolly, the world l I

Head Coach Ray Graves took TRIUMPH, 17-12 also came with 2 night and wound up with an 8-0 record holder, easily won the

the weather to task afterwards. hit two batters two-hit victory.Night. hammer throw at 223-54.

"The scrimmage was a slop- another.
rain and Game LOS ANGELES (AP) Summaries of
of the
py one a two-run homer KANSAS CITY BALTIMORE the final U.S. Olympic Games team track
wind and we actually got very UCLA abrhbi atrhb. and field trials
Surprises Pittthe off Ray Culp. C'pan'ris If 4000 Brandt cf I* 3001 100 meter desh 1. Bob Hayes Ftorl.
little out of it, he said. Tartabull If 0000 Aparicio SS 3000 da A&M, 10.1 (equals American record
"It's not really foot b a 11 in Perry picked up the Causey ss 3000 Powell If 2000 shared by seven l sprinters 2. Trenton \
.-.. Colavito rf 3000 LGreen cf 0000 Jackson. Illinois. 102 3, Mel Pender,
weather like this," he added. the Giants, his llth Gentile Ib 3 0 0 0 B.R'b's'n 3b 2 0 0 0 Philadelphia Pioneer Club 103 4. Gerry
PITTSBURGH rAP) statistics of the! Mathews ef 4000 Bowens rf 2000 Ashworth, Southern Calif. Striders. 104.
"We didn't get a chance to UCLA-Pitt football game: college football game of the and skirting four yards for the UCLA 21.. Edwards C .401 Johnson 1!>>> 1000 5. Darel Newman Fresno Stale, 104. t,
to work the passing season. I TD. The drive carried was the only hit Charles 3b 3000 Siebern Ib 0000 Charles Greene Nebraska 10.4.
on game. 75
UCLA PITT yardsin Zeno completed 12 of 04)0's R. 3reen 2b 2 0 0 0 Adair 2b 3000 110-meter high hurdles 1. Willie
About all we did was drop even First downs 14 14, In guiding the Bruins to victo- nine plays. who walked three Meyer 1000 Orsino c 2010 Davenport. U.S. Army 13.6. 2. Hayes
Rushing yardage I// 211 es for 108 yards and ran Saverine rr 0 1 0 0 Jones Detroit v.C., 136. 3. Blame Lind-
more behind in our condi- Passing yardage 102 112 ry, the first ever by a West The Panthers, who stiffened I was off form in I. Brown 0000 oren Utah. T. C., 131. 4, RWsv.i| Rogers,
tioning and practice schedule. Passes 13 21 $-1C Coast team in Pitt Stadium, on defense in the second half Mazurek completed eighth defeat against Bertaina p 1000 Grand St. Boys Club )3'. 5. Robert May,
Passes intercepted by 2 0 for 76 Totals 27 0 1 I Totals lll1 Rice 13.5. 6, Elias Gilbert Baltimore
Punts 4-34 3-35 Zeno outdueled the Panthers' saw their attack stymied sever- passes yards. Kansas City.... ...... ... 100 Ice ooo-t Olympic Club, 13'. ,

Yards Fumbles penalized lost 4f' 0 45 3 heralded field general, Fred al times by fumbles ar.d pass UCLA ...................719! grand slam was the Baltimore .. .........".... OOP (M m-i Southern 400-meter Calif.dash Striders- 1, Mike 44.*Larrabee.(equals
Furmaii Wins Mazurek. Pitt ...................... I Charles. DP-Kansas City 1. LOB- world record shared by Otis Davis
I interceptions. The :Eruins UCLA Durbin 5 pass Boozer. His two-run Kansas City 6. Baltimore 4. i U.S.A.. Carl Kaufmann Germany If M.
By ED SCHUYLER JR.PIrI'SBURGH UCLA got what proved to be pounced on three Pitt fumbles (Zeno kick a walk to Jose jB-Edwards. Orsino. SB-Colavito.1 and Adolph Plummer U.S.A.. 1943). 2. ,
Pitt Mazurek 4 run ( Aparicio. S-Meyer, Bertaina 2. Jonnson.SF Ulis Williams. Southern Calif. Striders,
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) (AP) Quart- the winning touchdown with a and snared two passes. UCLA Witcher 14 pass from -Brandt. 5.o.. 3. Ollan Cassell. Houston T. C., 45.'.

Furman's Brownie Cordell erback Larry Zeno passed for little less than five minutes left Pitt made a last ditch effort, UCLA kick)- FG Zeno 25 I home runs were his Meyer L 2-6 ...... ,IP H' R 1 ER.B 1 sol 4. 4 Dave, Theron Archibald Lewis Southern.Southern Calif U Striders 443. 5,,

kicked his second field goal with two touchdowns and kicked a in the first half. Starling the but time ran out with the ball on Pitt McKnight 2 run ( of the Bertaina W 1-0 ... 1 0 0 J 7 443. Unplaced William Boylf Notre
Attendance year. Dame
41.333. : and Robert Tobler,
T206. A $,301. Brigham
4:15 left in the game Saturday I drive on their own 13-yord line Young.
night and defeated Mississippi field goal Saturday leading following Pitt's first touchdown I SAN FRANCISCO 3.000 meter steeplechase 1. George
r II bi ASRH5I ScoresCOLLEGE Young. Phoenix Olympic Club :442.. 2.
College 13-10 in a rainy, blustery I UCLA to a 17-12 upset victory the Bruins marched down the 1 1 0 M.Alou rf 4100 Victor Zwolwk Villanova I:44.'* ), Jeff
Venturi 0 O. Lanier 2b 4010 Fishback Santa Clara YV ':$5 J. 4. Pat
football for both teams. I Pitt in the first major field Leads
over in
opener 13 plays-' with Zeno 0 1 0 Mays cf 3110 UCLA 17. Pittsburgh 12 Traynor, Ridley Township Strid r. 1$6.1.
--- -- passing 14 to did; Dick 0 1. Hart 3b 3212 Jacksonville (Ala.) 10 Tampa 0 5, Michael Lehner Oregon :560.
yards 0 O. McCovey If 0100 Morehead KySt.. 26. Butler 7 Shot put 1, Dallas Long, Pasadena
Wichter. 0 Cardenal 1100 Indiana Pa.. St. 26 FrederiCK, Va. H A.A., 64 feet inches. 2. Randy Matson,
0 2 0 Cepeda Ib 3224 Dubuque 0. Platteville Wis.. Sta'e U. 0, Texas AIM fresh 43-10. :3, Parry O'
See Jets 0 0 0 Haller c 3100 tieMont.na Brien, Pasadena A.A. 3-lfl.. 4, Oave
44,497 Insurance Lema 0 Davenp"t SS 3011 J9. British Columbia J< Davis. U.S Marine 42-a. S. Gary Gub-

I Zeno added some insurance By 0 1 0= Perry p 2090 North North Dakota Dakota St.30. 20 St., Moorhead Thomas *St. 13 Grath ncr New Pasadena York U.A.A., ,MW.if-H.. a. John Mc-

points three plays after Vic 0 0 0 Montana State 46, South Dakota St. 14 Pole vault 1, Fred Hvisen Rice 14
1 t 0 T.tals 2000
Gustavus Adolphus 20, Austana. S.D. 0 2. John Pennel, Northeast Louisiana
Lepisto intercepted a Mazurek By JIM BECKER made enough in ...........". 1M MO MM-1 ,Concordia Minn. 28. Parsons, Iowa 14 14-4 :3. Bill Pemelton. Aoilene f-C. 16-0.
Win From DenverBy pass He broke center for money ..........._ 204 003 Kx- Mmnesota.Duluth 29. Eau II ,T'J.oPT I 4, Ron Morris, Southern Calif. Striders,
over Associated Press Sports Writer' three months to buy the Mormngside Iowa 47. Macalester 0 154. Dave Tort West Virginia' and
33 Herrnstein. Hart. DP Gerald Pratt, Pasadena A.A.,
yards to the Pitt eigr.t and Arkansas AIM 14. Livingston St. 0 cleared IS-
AKRON, Ohio (AP) Confident .. stone Golf Course and San Francisco 1. LOB Southern Colo. St. 34, Western New Mex 0. passed at 15-4 and failed to rnr 140.10,000meter .
then kicked a 25-yard fseld goal San Francisco 5. run 1. Gerry Lindgren,
Ken Venturi, who has i like he owns it already, I 38 Mays. HR Hart 7Furman Spokane AC, 29:02.0. ,
2 Bill "
MIKE RATHET Three plays later Wood hit!l on the last play of the half to a fast-closing (30). S Allen Lamer. Trinity (Tex.IX Mississippi) 0 0 Houston College 7 1* Marines 29.104. 3, Ron Larr" u. US.Los
Associated Press Sports Writer Gene Heeter with a 16-yard I make it 17-6. Tony IP H R ERBBSO State College of Iowa 14. Northerr Michigan -Angeles T.C, 29:20.4. 4, Doug Brown,
established Montana U.. 29:33.6. S. John Gutuiecht,
NEW YORK (AP) The New touchdown pass. Turner, from:I Pitt, with reserve quarterback a ... 2 1 2 2 3 0 East 7 Tennessee 21. California Sta.e Pa. 4 North Carolina TX29.40.0. 4. Peter Mc-
Aussie StarsDampen after the first round .. 2 1 4 4 1 0 ,
York Jets rode an alert defenseto Utah State added the conver-Kenny Lucas at the controls, ... 1132 3 2 1 3 Central Michigan 13. Wisconsin Stat 7 Ardle Broad New lump York-City I, Ralph no time.Bos on. Sou.

an artistic and financial sion and although only 3:04 hac I narrowed the gap to 17-12 late in the 36-hole World Series ....._ 1 1231 1.0 0 I 1 1 0 2 East Saturdays Carolina 25.Pro Catawba Football 0 Results Calif.aided.Striders Later 27 feet 27-4V:0. lncr>$. w,,*"
doubleplay Saturday night, elapsed New York already hac I the third period when fullback Returning to the scene ... T 6 1 1 Booz-2 5I New York AMERICAN 30. Denver LEAGUE world record 27.3%. by Igor betters Ter-Ovanesy-listed
rolling to 30-6 over to win. U.S., runaway triumph in the I (M. Aloul. By NATIONAL LEAGUE .n, USSR.Oct. A H2. nd pen*** t rntrecord
a victory enough points Barry McKnight cracked over Wf Perry. PS Halt V VJt. by Boston, Jamaica, Aug.
St. Louis 16 Dallas t
Denver in their debut at Shea left guard for two yards and the : can Classic a month ago, T 230. A 2M43. 14. 1944). 2. Gayle Hopkins, Ari/ena 26-
The Jets contented
them. 4 v.. 3, Phil Snmnick, Washington 244.
Stadium before the largest selves with Turner's field goab TD. A two-point conversion try Tennis I ri shot a sparkling 69, one 4. Charles Mays, Grand $f. Boys C/ob 24-
I I HopesBy I % 2Vo. 5, Darrell Horn, U.S. Air Force. 25v >
crowd in American Football
until late in the fourth quartet. failed for the second tiire. par. 7. William Miller, McMurry T.C.. 2VTtt.
League history 44,497. Lucas took over after Mazu But Venturi, who .
the defense made the opportunities WILL GRIMSLEY i Hammer throw 1, Hal Connolly,
Dick Wood passed for two again. rek was injured on a twoyardrun golf comeback when he Culver City A.C. 223 feet 5V, IrcDe 2,
Associated Press Writei Edward Burke. Santa Clara YV. II5-V*. 3.
touchdowns, Bill Mathis scoredone three plays before the TD Sports u.s. Open in June, Albert Hall, New York A.C-. 214 f. 4. Jim
on a short run and Jim They harried Gene Mingo on a: Mazurek did not return until FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (APJ)I the 18th hole for his only Pryde. Santa Barbara AC. 1 C.4Vfc. .5.
field goal his kick William Corsetti,, Northeastern U Iff 2.ft. .
Turner kicked three field goals was: there was just over two minutes Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle: Lema, the British Open LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUEw. Bill McWilliams, Boston A.C, 1O-5.
and three extra But it short, and the offense immediately smashed down the cream oi: w. Lest Pet. BaJMftdU Last Pet. IeIied
\ points. : left in the had
pion three birdies First Day
seized the game. .. 57 .59t Baltimore ..... 17 M .4JO -
\ was a Jet defense, anchored by opportunity and, UCLA scored the first time it America's talent with devastating last five holes and .. 79 43 354 4M Chicago .....-. U 6 JJ9 I'.4 100-meter DastDeft Jetsy U.S.
in five plays had a touchdownon I tennis .. 44 .554 4 New York ...... 13 M J** 2 Marine, II' (104). Russ Ho-**, Santa
I Wahoo McDaniel, that stirred got the ball. Marching C2 yards Saturday and set up within one stroke with a ..71 44 .5,' 7 Detroit ......77 4* .53 Clara Youth Village. 116 C"4) Sill
the crowd. Wood's 39-yard pass to Don' the seventh all-Australian men'sfinal .. 74 4S Jtl 11 Los Angeles .... 75 71 J'4 10yv Toomey, Santa Clara YV. 11.0 (lOW). Pawl
}: with the opening kickoff to a .. 72 49 J11 12V Minnesota .....72 72 >W i4/>i Herman. U.S. Army, 11.2 (75O Dick
McDaniel, acquired from Maynard. touchdown in 13 plays: Zeno in the last nine years in the Out of Picture .. 70 71 .44 14V* Cleveland ..... 71 72 .497 15 Emberger 11.2 (756). Don. Shy Mf. San
... ... Antonio U 2 (754)
.. 45 77 A* 20 Boston .43 12 .434 24 College.
Denver in a nine-player trade. Ralph Baker then intercepteda climaxing the drive with; his national championships.The Masters champion A ..59 U JH9 27 Washington ...56 50 JM 311% Broad lump Toomey. 24. feet 2Vt
in Lee in Denver. Palmer and titlist ., M 34 KanaJICftV..52 ft344 34 .inches (Ui). Herman... (177 Ember
was on numerous tackles and pass deep toss to halfback Steve Durbin. results threw a cloud oi PGA [ n J45 ger n-. (149) Hodge 22.11W (tit). Shy,
} recovered a fumble that led to I territory, blunting the Broncos'last Zeno made his first of two gloom over the United States'Nichols shot themselves I game. Saturdays Results 22-3 4 (774) Jeisy, 22.2 (747
....,. York 1. Minnesota 3 Shot put Hodge. 4* feet 5V (771)
one of Turner's two field goals chance and giving the Jets. conversion. hopes of keeping the Davis Cup out of the picture. Cincinnati Resvlts 2 Cleveland New 11. Chicago 19 Jetsy. 44-34 (735). Shy. 43-4% (613)),
in the second quarter. another score. Mathis cracked against the challenging Aussiesin ; Palmer who went 17 Louis 2 Los Angeles X Boston 2, 18 innings Herman 4MO'A (Mf). Emberyer, 41-S*
Most of the yardage on the t. Philadelphia 1 Detroit .. Washington 5. 1* innings ("1). Toomey. 3.6'a (402)
I The defense took over for the :five yards for the touchdown.The drive was picked up in the the challenge round at Cleve, before he got his first urglt 1 Baltimore 1, Kansas CityTodays 1 I inches High (M4 lump>. ShY.- Emberger 4-2 (751). ,Herman.6 feet 4-4'*

'I Jets almost immediately as the attendance exceeded the ground with Zeno and fullback land Sept. 25-27. soared to a 74. Los''Angeles Games night Game (725). Jeisy. 4-4. (725) Toomey. 5-1IV

AFL opened its fifth season of previous record of 33,592 for the Jim Coletto doing most cf the Stolle, a handsome, curly.. Nichols, wilder than I ) 14-fj at Ohcago Chicago( (7-2)Pizarre 17-) at Oeve'andTiant I('M Decathlon). Hodge 400 5-10V meters U71).- 1. Toomef,

play when Bill Baird intercepted :San Diego at Buffalo game in carrying.Pitt haired stylist from Sydney firsi: Koufax as a boy, had two $ er 10.16) .t los AnggMinnesota(Font 14-4)(Stigman 4-14) at N_ York '41.1 t47). 3.(1f1 Jeisy.point:49.2). (142)2. E"ws49.. 4. Horge. 4J..

a Jackey Lee pass on the 1963 and was more than twice got back Into the game completed a postponed five-sel: bogeys on the back 17-13) U-4) at San Fran Kansas City Seguf 1-14) at Baltimore ItM. S. Herman 49.4 (139). 4. Shy .53.ZHlTotal

second play from scrimmage :as! large as the Jets' Dennis Ralston ol finished with 77. S-Cl Barber13 ( : five
previousbest early in the second period with victory over ,-4) at Houston Los Angeles (Gatewood 3-D *t Bwtc- I decathlon: POT.IS aer

and brought it back 24 yards to 1 20,377 vs. Denver at the Mazurek getting a key block Bakersfield, Calif., 6-2, 6-3. 4-6, The final 18 holes I MIJ night at Milwaukee Washington(Wilson 1HI(Osteen) 13-11) at Detroit- events: Emberger 3* 4j Jeisy 3917.3173 Herman Hode 344 3904jToomey. ;

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, Braves dip Yanks Twins -- -' Banks' HR 1:
p Top
50 Cents .j 47 -- I

Reds Notch Helps Cubs

On Error in 9th Beat CardsCHICAGO

Gets You 6th in Row (AP) Ernie

I NEW YORK (AP) Harmon pending the Orioles' night game Banks' 20th homer, a two-run '
shot in the sixth inning, trig-
Killebrew's muff of a line drive against City.
Fischer six-hitter ,
pitched a the Cubs' to 3-
Milwaukee with two out in the ninth inning The Yankees appeared to gered Chicago a
Saturday as whipped 2 the St. Louis
To EuropeIf Cincinnati 8-2 and tied the put Tony Kubek in position to have the game safely stowed Cardinals victory over

National League's season highof score the winning run on Bobby away as rookie Mel StotUcmyre, _____.w Saturday.
Richardson's single foe" a 4-3 carrying a 3-2 lead into the Billy Williams singled to open

six straight victories. ; .. New York Yankee victory over ninth, easily disposed of the first u-- the sixth off loser Roger Craig.

someone said to you that a 50 cent piece would get Fischer gave up a run in the r the Minnesota Twins Saturday. two batters. After Ron Santo flied out, Banks

you a marvelous summer vacation in Europe, you'd either first inning on Vada Pinson's hit a first pitch homer over the

laugh in the person's face or put in a hurry call for the single following a walk, sacri- .- The Yankees' seventh Bloop Double left field catwalk.

men from Chattahoochee with the white coats.If ice and wild pitch. But he : triumph in their last nine games Zoilo Versalles kept the Twins This spurt plus a run withouta
.___ ___ __
Gator football end Gary Thomas tells you that a 50cent settled down and recorded hi L.t.::.-.:.;!;,. ;.-,,'. .,< -;;;.: I boosted the third-placers to hopes alive with a singh to left ERNIE BANKS no hit in the second on two walks

piece will get you a journey to the "old country," you'd 11th victory against nine de- VIC DAVALILLO I! within 1% games of American and scored the tying run a few and two grounders enabled Bob
his homer wins it
better believe it! feats. leads Indians' attack Lea g.u e-leading Baltimore moments later when pinch Buhl to snap a personal six-

That's what Thomas, a one-time carrier boy for current Gene Oliver drove in three hitter Frank Kostro's looping fly game losing streak by posting

Sun circulation manager Bob Tartaglione in Fort Lauder- runs with his 20th homer ma to short right fell in front of his 13th victory with a five-

dale, did prior to rejoining the Gator squad late in Augustfor four-run sixth inning. Rico Indians Outlast Hector Lopez and bounced past Colts Slip hitter.

the current football season.It the right fielder for a run-scor- The Cardinals broke
Carty batted in two runs with a on top as

takes plenty of moxie, though, to do what Thomas anda triple in the sixth and a single inthe ing double. By Pirates Lou Brock continued his slug-

friend, Tom Jay, did, however. Here's the story as relatedby seventh. Johnny Klippstein, third ging against his former Chicago

Thomas to staff writer Lorraine Lawrence of the Fort Denis Menke clouted an in- White Sox 11-10 Minnesota pitcher, retired the For 2-1 Win teammates. Curt Flood opened

Lauderdale News and passed along for your enjoyment. first two Yankee batters in the with a single and Brock followed -

Bored with the usual clambakes of summers at the beaches side-the-park homer in the last of the ninth. with his 11th homer, a
second inning when left fielder HOUSTON The Houston
(AP) -
Then Kubek hit liner left.
Deron Johnson failed to make a CLEVELAND (AP) Vic Sox for only the fifth time in 17 Cillebrew charged a in. muffed to Colts pushed across two blast.walk. over the right field cat- '

shoestring catch, then missed Davalillo's bases-loaded singlein meetings. the ball and it went for a two- runs in the first inning and'

''the bounce off the wall and the first inning highlighted a Davalillo had a double and a base error. Richardson lined the veteran Don Larsen made them ST. LOUIS abrhbi CHICAGO abrhbi

failed to pick up the ball. six-run outburst that propelledthe single and drove in three runs. ,second. pitch on one hop to the stand up for a 2.1 victory over Brock Flood If cf 3110 3112 Am'fano Burton cf 2b 3 3000 0 0 0

CINCINNATI MILWAUKEE Cleveland Indians to an 11- Chicago, which kept whittling right field fence, scoring Kubek.It the Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday White 1b 401 Williams If 4110
aDrh ** Boyer 3b 4000 Santo 3b 3110
Ruiz 3b abrhbi 321OAIOUFf Ml ? 10 victory over the pennant- away the Cleveland lead, was the sixth victory in night. James rf 3000 Banks Ib 3112
I I Rose 2b 3011 Maye cf 422 hopeful Chicago White Sox jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first eight decisions for young Stot- The win Shannon rf 100 OGabr's'n rf 3010
I Pinson cf 4021 Carty If 4122 snapped an eight McCarver c 2 0 1 0 Cowan cf 1010Javier
Robinson rf 3 0 0 0 Torre c 2 1 2 1 with three unearned runs on a tlemyre since his elevation from losing streak for the 2b 4000 Rodgers ss 4 0 0 1
Saturday.The game Maxvlll 2000 Bertell c 2000
If 4010 Mathews 3b 4 0 0 (0 ss ,
walk, two errors, Bill Skowron'sdouble Richmond last month. The 22- 1000 Schaffer COO 0 0
Coleman Ib 4000 Oliver Ib 4 1 2 3 Colts. Morgan ph '\
their fourth in the
4 0 1 0 Menke ss 4121 Groat ph 1000 Buhl p 3010 |
Cardenas ss and two wild
Thomas got his idea from an article in a national Coker c ,3000 Boiling 2b 4011 0 last six games, dropped the pitches by year-old right-bander permitted Craig p 2000 '
O'Toole p 2000 Fischer p 3110 Sam McDowell. only five hits, three until the Al Spangler opened the Hous- Skinner ph 1010
magazine. Basically, it's simple. Queenph 1000 second-place White Sox a full Buchrk ss 0000
ton first with double and
Totals 31.2 2 T.t.S, 34 Mil Cleveland surged ahead 6-3 in ninth. a Warwick ph 1 0 0 0
behind American League Totals 32252 ratals 211 I
You Just OnYou incifinati .. ., .......::-:-.-:. 101 eoo 006-2 game its half of the first, getting six moved to third on Nellie Fox'single. ...... .__.... ... OM 000 2
Stay Milwaukee ................ J1000410E *-* Baltimore. The Orioles met 46th Homer Bob sacri- St. Lui 200 -
four of them unearned.The Aspromonte's Chicago .. ... ,. ... .. .. ". 01* 002 Oflx-J
:_:Ruiz. Fischer. DP-Cincinnati 2. Kansas City in a night runs -
LOB-Cincinnati 5. Milwaukee game. The first hit yielded bv Stot- fice fly delivered Spangler with E-None. LOB-St. Louis 7. Chicago 7.
to New York City buy a 50 cent visitors' Milwaukee 2. Indians added two .
go more 2B-White. 38-Santo. HR-Brock ill
5.2B The Indians started their tlemyre was a home run by Fox moving to second on the .
tour a ship that is Europe bound. But when the "goingashore" -Johnson, Aloo Maye. 3B-Carty. runs in the third, making it 8-3 Banks (20)
HR-Menke (16). Oliver (12). S-Pinson.IP smashing against Ray Herbert Killebrew, his 46th of the year.It throw to the plate. CarrolHardy's IP H R ERBBSO J
whistle blares that's when they separate the H RERBD9V on a throwing error by WardDavalillo's Craig L 6-1. S S 3 3 3 2
.. 1 5 to batter five pitchers followed a two-out walk to single to left brought Taylor .. 2-30001 1
O'Toole L 14-7 .. S 1.3 8 6 6 and went on --
men from the boys. You don't. You stow away. Sitooris ......... 1 1-3. 2 2 1 2 double, an intentional Fox Richardson .... : 1-3 1 0 0 0 : '
Jimmie Hall in the first in with the
Thomas did just that on the SS Zion last April 24, aftera Henry .. ......_... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 for 17 hits and their biggestrun walk a balk by John Bu inningfor winning run. Buhl W 13-11 5 2 2 3
Nuxhall ....._...1 1 0 0 1 0 Chicago this a 2-0 Minnesota lead. loss. HBP-By Buhl. McCarver. By Taylor.
quick look at the World's Fair. How did it work out? Fischer W 11-0 ... 6 2 1 1 4 output against zhardt and a sacrifice fly. They Amalfitano. WP-Buhl 2. PB-MCCarver.
HBP-By FIscher. Robinson. WP- while beating the WhiteClinton's The Yankees got a run backin T-2:27. A-.330.
The Gator flanker said, "People on board were coepera- .Fischer 3. T-2:12.. A-4,045. season pushed in front 9-3 in the fourth Night Game
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the half of the first on succes- PITTSBURGH HOUSTON
tive. About 15 of them soon found out about us and helpedout. when Fred Talbot, third Chicago abrhbi abrhb
sive doubles by Kubk and Schofield ss 3 0 0 0 Spangler If 211 I: Yale Mermen
food etc. .
They us I
gave walked in after
pitcher a run
Richardson and tied the at Lynch ph 1 0 0 0 Fox 2b 311 I
The officials of the SS Zion never did learn of their "extra" Homer Cleveland had loaded the baseson score- Virdon cf 4000 Lillis 2b 000 I
2-2 in the fifth. Clemente rf 4 0 0 0 Aspro'te 3b 300 1 In Olympics
passengers. And the traveling twosome made it to Europe. successive singles by Fret. Stargell If 3121 Bond rf ... 401 I! ,4
I I Phil Linz, on third via a sin- Mota ph 0000 Hardy cf 401 1
Thomas had some money, $280, and two extra pair oft Whitfield and Leon Wagner and CI'denon Ib 4 0 1 0 Roberts Ib .401 t \
shoes. He debarked the ship at the Madiera Islands off Por- gle, sacrifice and infi !d out, Freese 3b 4010 Kasko ss 401 I NEW HAVEN, Conn. AP) -
a bunt by Woodie Held. attempted to steal home and Mazer'ki 2b 4010 Grote c 300 I Yale five students
University -
tugal. Then, as if his trip was uneventful to that point, he MatesBOSTON Pagli'oni c 3000 Larsen p 301 t: gave
Beats Old Chicago scored once in the was safe when catcher Jerry Butters p 2000 :1 permission Saturday to
proceeded to hitch hike through 17 countries in the next Burgess ph .1010
three. months.- fifth, twice in the sixth on Skow- Zimmerman dropped the pitch I Alley ss ...0000 drop out for one term so they
ron's run-producing double'and from Camilo Pascual. Totals 32 l' 1 Totals 30 2 7 1!\ can compete in next month's

1 He Spoke the Language (AP) Lou Clinton' a .158 hitter and planted Pete twice more in the seventh on The Yankees moved in front,, Houston Pittsburgh .......... ..".-.. ,200. ait 000 000 OOx 000-1-1;r'Olympic Games at Tokyo.

slammed a two-run homer inthe Charton's first pitch into the leftfield Jim Landis' single, a sacrifice, 3-2 on Elston Howard's home 1 E-Stargell Clemente. Kasko. DP-Hous: The quintet are seniors Steve

The Gator gridder saw Spain, Switzerland, France, Germany 10th Inning, boosting Los screen. Camilo Carreon's double, an run in the sixth, his 14th of the,, ton 2B-1.Clendenon LOB-Pittsburgh. Spongier 6, Kasko.Houston Freese 8. Clark of Los Altos, Calif., Dave

Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, to name dropa Angeles to a 3-2 victory over his outfield out and Mike Hershber- season. Aspromonte.HR-Stargell (19). SB-Clendenon. SF-- Lyons of Kenilworth, Ill., and

few spots. former Boston teammates ger's single.Cleveland. MINNESOTA NEW YORK IP H R ER BB SC) Bob Townsend of Santa Clara,

He also learned to speak some Spanish, Portugueses and 'aturday. Tigers Edge made it 11-8 in the Kindall 2b ABRHBI 3010 Kubek ss abrhb 522 I i McBean Butters L 1-1 ..-..l 7 1 6 0 2 0 2 0 3 I Calif.; and freshmen Don Schol-

Oliva 1000 Richardson 503 :I Larsen 4-7 ._,. 8 6 I 1 0 lander of Lake Oswego Ore.
Italian. "Mostly what I picked up while traveling, he said. The homer, Clinton's 12th, seventh with two more runs on Goryl ph 2b 0000 Marls cf 401 I I Woodesh'ck 1 0 0 0 0 : ,
The Gator player slept in 15 degree weather in a sleeping Heffner a run-producing single by Whit-i Rollins 3b 3010 Pepitone Ib 400 I) Larsen faced 1 man In .th. .I{ and Bill Mettler Jr. of Mesa,
came off Bob following Nats in 10th Ed I Hall cf 1100 Howard c 411 1 I HBP-By Woodeschick (Mota). T-2:2: ''Ark.
bag one night in Switzerland on a mountain. He went one-out walk to pinch hitter field and a wild pitch by Klllebr'w If 4112 Blanch'd rf 301 I I A-7.308. .

through "Checkpoint Charlie" at the Berlin Wall thanks to a Tom Satriano. the Red Sox Fisher, then hung on as the Mincher Allison rf Ib 3000 4000 Tresh Lopez If rf 401 100 I I

a $2.50 visa. lie spent a night with friendly Swedes who provided the Angels DETROIT (AP) Dick Mc- White Sox fought back with! Versa lies ss 4110 Llnz 3b 311 1
Zlm'man c 3000 StTmyre 3001 Si/cAmanL
free food and lodgings. He learned later the Good this Auliffe led off the 10th inning single runs in the eighth and Kostro ph 1011 p -
Samaritan was the head of the Swedish Communist Partyin with a homer into the right field ninth. Henry Kaatpr 0000 0008

that area.Apparently. The Red Sox came back for seats, giving Detroit a 6-5 victory CHICAGO CLEVELAND Reese Pascual ph p 2000 1000 weather or not .

it's fairly easy to get around in Europe viaa one run in their 10th on DonLee's over Washington Saturday.MeAuliffe's ab r h bi .obtllbl Battey ph 1000
loaded H'shb'g'r rf 4122 Salmon rf 3101 Totals 31 353 Totals 31 33 ]
two-out I ases
thumb. "You're alone Thomas said. blast was the second .
never traveling, Robinson It 4100 Hawser ss 4220 Two out when winning run scored.
"There are always people foreigners or natives in a walk to Bob Tillman, but Lee homer in two innings off reliever Hansen ss 2101 Whitfield Ib S 2 3 1 Minnesota ...... ......... 200 000 001-3 .1
Russ Nixon on a grounder, Buford 2b 2220 Wagner If 512 New York ................. 100 Ill 0014E
city, who will help you. I never once bought a map but got Jim Duckworth. Skowron Ib 5122 Held 2b 412 1
Ward 3b 4011 Alvis 3b 5230 Zimmerman Klllebrew. LOB -
.. always was given one. Hitchhikers like myself passed maps ending the threalBoston's Norm Cash cracked a two-out Landis cf 3121 Davalillo cf 4223 Minnesota 6. New York 8.
in the Weis 2b ss 4110 Azcue c 402 1 2B Kostro Kubek Richardson.
and another off Duckworth
out. Rick homer
along helped one reliever
ace Carreon c 3221 McDowell p 3 0 1 1 Tresh. 38 Rollins. HR Killebrett
How did the Gator athlete get back? Radatz, set an American ninth inning, tying the game Martin c 1 COO Donovan p 200 0 (46)myre., Howard (14). S Rollins. Stottle-

Fairly simple. For him. He decided to get a job on a League record when he made 5-5. The Senators had taken the Herbert K'nWthv p ph 0000 1 000 IP H R ERBB SO
.... .... .
Pascual 6 I 3 2 1 C
ship bound for the U.S. He met a captain who hailed from his 72nd appearance in the: lead in their half of the ninth on Long Nlcholsn'ph ph 1000 1 000 Plels ............. 2 1 0 0 0 2

Winter Park ,(Gator fan, naturally). The result, a free ride eighth inning. Stu Miller of I Don Blasingame's run scoring McCraw Stephens phI 1 000 0 C 0 I I Klippsfn .....W L.3, 6-2.. 2-3 1 5 1 3 0 3 0 4 1 1StTmyre .
back to the U.S. Baltimore held the old mark of: single. Totals 3710121 Totals 3) 11 17 t PB. Zimmerman. T-2:12. A IS554. / ii

"It was really something. I had a private bedroom and 71, compiled last year. Jim I Mickey Lolich, pitching with Chicago ... . ,. 300 012 211-1' cw ti 1
bath all to myself for Philadelphia Cleveland ., ...... '02 ItO'( 20x-1E
nothing. Konstanty of the 1950 only two days rest, appeared on I inN '
And (t $40 GiftIn Phillies holds the major I the way to his eighth straight Chicao-McDowell 1. LOB-Chicago. Azcue Weis 10, Cleveland,lIrd. DP-10 Jazy i

league mark of 74. victory but was lifted in the 2B-Skowron. Landis. Carreon Davalillo. Uft'A
SB-Howser, Buford. S Robinson, Vital Race
addition, crew members took up a collection and gave Los Angeles pitcher Fred seventh inning after the Senators -Wels. SF-Salmon, Ward. i : .
Thoiras $10() for his back to Gainesville.And scored twice.
trip the 1.1 in
tied .
Newman game Herbert L 6-7 1 7 6 4 0 0
LONDON (AP) Michel][ t
that's all there was to it! with the first Buzhardt 2 2 2 0 1 1 ..
the sixth inning WASHINGTON DETROIT Talbot 2 3 1 1 2 2 Jazy France's star long distance
Thomas is majoring in business administration and man- of his major league abrhbi abrhbi Baumann 1 1 0 too : 1 :
home run ,
Cottier i3 SOOOBruton cf 5122 Fisher .. 2 4 2 2 1 3 runner, won the 5,000 meters .
agement. Of his exploits this summer on a 50-cent piece, I'd career. He came to the plate as Bl'qame 2b 2011 Lumpe 2b 5 0 1 0 McDowell. W, 8-6 52-3 6 6 4 7 7 ) t.f
Kallne rf 4020 I ., .. in 13:56.4 Saturday aad V ...., i
say he's a sure bet to "go far." This is the stuff that tycoonsare Zimmer 3a 5 0 2 0 5 1 3 2 Donovan 21-35 4 0 1
ANGELES BOSTON Hinton If 4230 Cash McMahon 1 1 0 C 0 1 knocked Britain's Bruce Tulloh
made of.Let's LOS abrkbl abrkbiClinton Lock cf 5021 Freehan C 4010 Donovan fa"e i 1 man in ftn.HBP .
Ib 5000 Brown If 5 0 1 0PhiiIps Held. WP-N.cDowell. right out of a trip to Tokyo for
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By JOE REICHLER "How does one go about him from returning next year. "We haven't discussed next />'.'t .';," :!< .

A Associated Press Sports Writer telling a man you want him for Alston is a native of Daartown, year and we won't until after f'i; v, :'
i NEW YORK AP just one ?" AP Reports Shift
) Walter year "
close to Cincinnati.The the end of this season. ft
Alston, who only a year ago was No Plans

hailed as a managerial geniusin Stengel and Alston are work- Of move was denied by both Dodger President Walter 0'
: .t%, ) the Dodgers' astonishing ing on one-year contracts. Managers Alston and Dodger General Malley made it clear that the

a four-game World Series sweep Stengel, in answer to an earlier Manager E. J. (Buzzie) Bavasi. decision to retain or five Alstonwas

over the New York Yankees is Associated Press report that he "No one from the Cincinnati Bavasi's.

r a4. reported through in Los Angelesand would not return as manager of advance for 1964 skyrock- managerial record. In 10 yearsas club, nor from the Los Angeles "Buzzie has complete authority
for Cincinnati.This the New York Mets in 1965,
information comes from declared he had not as yet given eted to a fantastic 1,200,000 pre- Dodger manager prior to club, for that matter, has talkedto ," said O'Malley. "I have

.) two separate and unrelated any thought to his plans for next season sale, bringing in close to 1964, he led the club to four me about next year," Alston never hired a manager. Noi

4i sources, who further insist that year. $4 million before the gates had pennants, losing another in a said flatly. have I ever fired one. Oh, yes. x a Y ae .,

the Dodgers would like to hire The Dodgers greatly agitatedby been opened.The playoff. This year's edition is "The Cincinnati club would just one. Charlie Dressen. I die

Casey Stengel as manager for the team's poor showing on 74-year-old Stengel is struggling in seventh place. I have had to ask us for permission -because he insisted on a two

the 1965 season only. the field, are fearful it would completing his third straight Alston reportedly has been II I "before they could talk to year contract. That was not r

i reflect on their advance sale of Walt, said Bavasi. "To my line with our club's policy."
Incredible these
{ 4WALTER manag- cellar finish after having led the contacted by a Cincinnati official -knowledge they haven't."
erial manipulations may appear tickets for next year and believe O'Malley said, however, h
Yankees to 10 pennants in 12 who advised him he was
a high Dodger official Stengel is just the man to give a No Talks and Bavasi would sit down an "
-- _H,_ acknowledged there had been hypo to the gate. years. being considered for the manag-: Asked about the report that discuss the Dodgers' manag "ijl. l-h J. -f.tt :". .',,

II ALSTON some preliminary discussions On the strength of last year's Splendid Mark er's job in the event that Fred Alston will not be with the erial plans for 1965 "when we CASEY STEr'GEL' .I

S LA to Cincinnati? along those lines but added: World Series sweep, the Dod- Alston, too, owns a splendid Hutchinson's ill health prevents Dodgers next year, Bavasi said: get around to it." New York to LA?

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Third Win U. S. Women Win

'!)B-Kicker Danny Thomas In AmateurCLEVELAND '

(AP) Deane

Md.- insurance man, will try to Curtis Cup Again

rro Lead Mustangs'Attack do have what accomplished only three when other he golfers tees -

off Monday in the 64th U.S.

DALLAS SMU's senior quarterback, Danny Thomas, the : ;.Y+' s r.'.? sero'a, xr Amateur Golf Championships at By JOHN FARROW A few minutes btet the 22- JoAnne who was 50 yards

ation's leading collegiate punter in 1963, will lead a soph- Canterbury Golf Club. Associated Press Sports Writer :year-old Miss Sorenson wrapped ahead of her off the tee and in

rish Mustang team into Gainesville in the season opener He will be trying for his third PORTHCAWL, Wales AP< ) 1 ip her match against Miss a little hollow, lofted an equally

or both clubs."He's USGA Amateur Championship. Carol Sorenson of Janesville Porter and the United States great shot just a few inches in-

Wis. defeated Ruth Porter 3 ]had the side.
won cup again.
our hope," says Coach Hayden Fry, "and I can'tay The only men ever to win
and 2, Saturday and clinched Peggy Conley, he 17 year-old She Danced
enough good things about him. Our hopes are onanny's more than twice were Bobby
the Curtis Cup for the girl golfers from Wash. and the The English girl sank her
i Spokane, ,
) shoulders and I can't think of anybody I'd rather Jones, who carried off the
.:,.S'AE'.x,, .. { a: .c :y A.' ..yN, Y a1 ,R, !x F,} b'xba >,;k from the United States in a 1 youngest ever to compete in the I putt for a birdie 3 and did a
hey be on. He's definitely going to be one of the better & K4 : trophy five times between 1924
frantic[ two-day struggle against i Curtis the last cut dance on the
'layers in this part of the country. If Danny has a good a Jw and 1930; Jerome D. Travers, Cup, was on green.
.r: o Y2a
; Britain. j the court and she played like a Miss Gunderson wiped her
,ear we're going to have a good ball club. I believe in him. who won four times from 1907 to
The United States finally took :seasoned competitor. She was 1 brow as though sweating, then
1913 and Walter J. Travis who
More important, the players believe in him." : yy}k a the trophy- its ninth success in c lawn: after 15 hoes. she lined up her shot carefullyand

gd'!?byJRyti; ns aea. '.a:. qs a'K %'F.x' l l ;z> )t Xegb1Y': ,lei, was a three-time winner start- 13 tries by 10% points against She squared ner match at the last second stabbedit.

j That's a lot of pressure for the 22 year old Dallas ', .N .,... {"' ""' ; :y ,,;.,";'....," ,," '''k'$. ....;... '.r t.ra. :>rY:::.vi. ing in 1900.Beman 7% but the visitors v/eren't ;against Bridget Jackson rot the The ball rimmed the cup and
igh school product, but he it isn't bothering him. Last t yW4 ; J s.s % -j' + kNF.
.api ) r2Y? i, a.4): won the British Ama- certain the trophy was theirs next] hole, where the British girl I stayed out."What .
ear he split time with another quarterback, Mac White, teur in 1959 and took his first until the second last match.A I found the fairway bunkers.In a way to finish one of

who recently had to undergo back surgery. Although he xyQSf U.S. championship the next crowd of 6,000 stomped over TroubleAt I the best matches I've ever been
split time, he still managed to finish second in the Southwest .
while still in college. He the Purthcawl
year 6,149-yard Royal the 17th hole Miss Jackson involved in," she moaned.
Conference in both passing and total offense to Baylor'sgreat
won again last year, defeatingR. links[ in perfect weather tc see ,got into terrible trouble ui the This was the record for the
Don Trull who broke
all passing records last season H. Sikes 2 and 1 in the final the finish of the biennial: strug- :thick rough. Little American the two
and is currently pushing for the No. One Houston Oiler job at Peggy, girls over
} 44 Av es.w round at the Wakonda Club in gle.The I charging along well under days:

quarterback. Des Moines, Iowa. British women, given 1 pressure, sank an eight footer Miss White won three, halved

( Thomas, who led the nation in punting with a 44 yard Sikes later turned professional little chance even by their own :and won the 17th to go 1 up.

I average on 48 kicks, again will handle the heavy artillery a like many other top pros who followers, surprised by holdingthe The home hole was halved one.Miss McIntyre lost two, won

; with junior Corky Terry likely heir to the "pooch" or short .t; sparkled as amateurs before young Americans level in ,and Peggy had won her second one and halved one.

kick game. Danny says he didn't spend much of his summer joining the play-for-pay ranks. Friday's nine matches, 4'%-4& .I match in two days both of Miss Gunderson won three,

kicking. He did once when he was in high school and burned Beman faces 149 other ama- and sent the huge gallery buzzing them on the final green. And halved one.

himself out. Apparently he has the right idea. In a recent teurs who qualified in regional in Saturday's Scotch four- this left experts thinking that Miss Conley won two.

unt-under-fire scrimmage session he consistently kicked out tournaments at 34 sites across some by taking one match, here was one of the greatest Miss Roth won two and lost

\ ver 50 yards with one traveling nearly 70 years in the air. I a2' the nation earlier this month. halving another and toeing the women golfers in the making.

i Thomas, one of only six seniors on the team, is the only raMUSTANGS' Among the qualifiers is Bill third. Set Stage The match of the day was, one.Miss Sorenson won two, lost

on the starting offensive team. Sophomores dot the of- Campbell, former Walker Cup That gave each t*am six that between Mrs. Marley one and halved one.

Jane team with six earning the starting nod. Says Fry captain from Huntington W. points and set the stage for the :'Spearman, the English champion Loses Three

.. ... .._ .,..,.. ._ Va., who will be making his 21st and long hitting JoAnne the totem
we were so pleased with our recent scrimmages =-'<< """"' "''' -- ;: -- singles duels of the afternoon Low on pole was

in which our youngsters (sophomores) showed so well that DANNY THOMAS try for the title. round. Gunderson of Seattle, Was h. the unfortunate Miss Pre u ss,

well that we elected to go the two team system. We have Gators may not find him so funny Results of the week-long test The score was 7% for each in They matched each other shot t who lost all three of her match-

1 the best group of sophomore linemen that we have ever over Canterbury's 6,863-yard, mid afternoon with three for shot right to the last green.

had." par 36-35-layout will influence matches still on the course. Miss Gunderson came downto es.The next Curtis Cup will be

The decision to put more experience the defense 13 Gridders Die selection of the U.S. team for Then Barbara Fay White of the home hole 1 up in a bat- played two years from now in
was the World Amateur team cham- Shreveport, La., defeated Angela tle that was brilliantly playedin the United States. The Americans
made in view of the fact that the Mustangs' defense is
more complex than the offense."I pionship Oct. 7-10 at Rome. Bonallack, wife of Walker par. Mrs. Spearman rippeda have now won it nine

Beman Sikes, Labron HarrisJr. Cupper Michael Bonallack, 3 great approach shot only times, lost twice and halved I

believe in these kids," said Fry. "They're young and So Far This YearBy ., and Billy Joe Patton formed and 2. nine feet from the hole. I two.

inexperienced and have to prove themselves, but I believe the team that carried off the

they can do a good job." Eisenhower Trophy at the last 'J

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday night from a head world competition at Kawana,
Danny Thomas, a man with a comedian's name, will be Bears Dazed Loss
found to be a very serious young man come Sept. 19, when The deaths of teen-agers in injury sustained during practice Japan, in 1962. Harris, like by Tragic
at Wenatc tee High School two Sikes, has turned pro.
he leads his Sweetwater Tenn. Greenville
Mustangs against the Florida Gators. ,
I days earlier. The youngster, Canterbury, which played
Miss., and Wenatchee, Wash., who was wearing equirec: host to the U.s. Open in 1940 and

1964 have brought the count of foot. headgear, when he was 'bjurednoer 1946, was modified only slightlyfor Of Two Stars Still StrongTwentysecond

QuarterHorseShow ball fatalities to four in the last regained consciojsiess.luesday the Amateur. Biggest ,

I four days and to 13 since the night, Herbert Clau change was to narrow the fair-

1964 training season began. ten 17, died in a Lancaster, ways, creating new areas of ( in series on Galimore and Farrington was a available, Halas may throw two
1 James Kuntz Weber III, 17, Pa., hospitji a week after being thick, luxuriant rough. pro football teams) tremendous shock to all of us. It: thight ends at the oppostion.

collapsed during a warmup drill injured: during hiyi school The amateurs may have some By JACK HAND left a gaping hole in our of- Halas is hoping that Dick

Complete summaries on t he lil Colts preceding the Tennessee Military 'tice. He in fense. Evey, the No. 1 draft choice
1. Sol Bailor Ray Renfroe. Jacksonville pI was a coma wind to contend with, as Canter- RENSSELAER, Ind. (AP) -
ighly successful ninth annual ; 2, Mac's Ego. Fullavit F'rms. Red. Institute's Friday practice from the time of the injury, sits an elevation that Fate struck a cruel blow at the from Tennessee, can handle
dick; 3. Mr. Golden Bars H. L Cherry bury on Strong Return
ainesville Qua r t e r-Horse Summerfield.I session and died 30 minutes described as a blood clot in an gets a good amount of breeze. champion Chicago Bears when Galimore, who had been either a guard or tackle post.
( Colts Herman Lee, regular left
how last week have been com- 1, Burger Rey. Andrea Barton Ala- later at Sweetwater Hospital.The artery of the brain. And the Weather Bureau pre- Willie Galimore and John Far- handicapped by operations on is at 32 and
'chug 2. Ale ; youth, by one fatalities were killed
>iled and released by the co- llaville, Ga.; 3. Bando's Smoke. Wayne dicted that the drought which rington were in a tragic both knees, had come back need help. Left guard Ted
Pearce Gainesville. of his coaches as a "picture of attributed to the sport last year auto accident in the early daysof may
back in late
has parched the ground in this strong as a running
mi Celts Karras has been out with
Gainesville injur
ponsoring Roping health had been the field
on compared to 19 in 1962 and the their at St
training season
1. Vista Bar Tine Davis. Pike Road.Ala. area may be alleviated by some season. Farrington was a talented
C Hub and Alachua Co. Junior .; 2. Poco Pine Cody. Oscri Bab- about 15 minutes when he collapsed same number in 1961. College. ies, giving Evey a chance to
cock III. Sarasota; 3. Prince Cinnamon showers this week. pass catching end. play. Jim Cadile is the right
He had not in
)eputy Sheriffs League.The 4-A Farms. West Palm Beach engaged
Aged Stallions contact work. Race Winner The amateurs were on hand The Bears have been slow to In an effort to close the gap, guard and Bob Wetoska the
results: 1. Leotam Adams. L L Fdrms Do- any out of the daze. Except fora
for practice rounds over the come Halas traded with Los Angelesfor right tackle. Mike Pyle is the
than Ala.; 2. Robbin Time Start Bar J Jimmy Ethridge, was deadon
Senior Wtsttra Pleasure Ranch, A.Fort F. McDavid,Lauderdale Brooker.; t. "k's Stampede arrival at a Greenville hospia CHICAGO AP) Sedair, weekend. Ther ewill be 36 holesof brief flurry against the College the veteran halfback Jon highly regarded center.

)1.&Uttle Sons.Switchy.Oakland owned Park by; 2 O, A.Chuckeree. Dane Grand Champion stallion ) after being hurt with 51 owned by Mrs. Mary B. Hechtof medal play18 holes Mon All-Stars, the offense has Arnett, giving up Roger Davis]
Vista Bar. Tine Davis P.k. Road been most disappointing in the Defense Did It.
/ A. F. McDavis. Brooker; X Koot- Ala. seconds left in the first 3ali of Miami Beach, Fla., was day and another 18 Tuesday and two rookies. Arnett, unhappy
nal Boy. R. S. Akers. Ocala. exhibition; games. end with the Rams But it was the defense that
Reserve Champion Stallion betweet brought to an easy twolengthvictory with the top 64 qualifying for as an ,
Senior Barrel Race Leotam Adams. L t L Ad mS. Do- Friday gH's game did the job for the Bears especially -
1. Jenny Jasper Shirley Pea ves. than Ala. Greenville and Clarksdale high by Jockey Bill Shoemaker match play'starting Wednesday. "We have not come along as welcomed the deal.
in the
Jade City; 2. Freddie Blue. Floyd ItM Fillies in the $349,925 Double rounds are scheduled good as we hoped," said George Although Halas had hoped to championship game
mitn Paiatka; 3. Palomino Creem Car- 1, Unnamed. Hickory Hill Farms. schools. The game was cut short Saturday with New York. The defenders
I U lanc, Tampa. Gainesville; 2. Unnamed. NorriS Cattle when news of his death cached Arlington-Washington Futurity, Thursday and Friday, with a 36- Halas, the 69year-old owner open up the offense this year
Co, Ocala; 3. Unnamed Norris Cat- intercepted 36 passes and recovered -
Registered Roping richest thor- hole semifinal Friday and 36- coach and National Football the
1. Cotton Dell James Snort*. Moulrie. tie Co. Ocala. the field. the world's after winning title strictlyon 18 fumbles lost season.
Ga. 2. Mason Dan Taylor" Chlef- btu Fillies final League pioneer. "The loss of
hole Saturday. defense the attack has been
oughbred race.
Ronald Weeks, 16. succumbed
and; 3. Oiona Louis. D. R. Daniels A 1 Mac's Tammy. Fullavit' Farms Red- Big Doug Atkins and Ed O-
tons, Oakland Park. ick; 2. Stampede's Kitty A. f. McDa- slow to jelL Most likely it will
Junior Reining wid. Smoker; 3. Little Miss Leo L Bradovich are the ends and
1. Stamped Sage. A. F. McDavid.irookert Fredrieks. Pompano Beach. be Bill Wade again nursing Stan Jones and Earl Leggett the
2. Sonora Marla. Harvey Hobbs 1M2 Fillies A.I DOWN THE FAIRWAY along a sputtering ball-control
ort Myers X Wheels Aplenty A. G. 1. Stampede Pretty. W. E. tackles. The solid linebackingtrio
Haggler, Rock Hill. S. C. Dade City; 2. Miss Ellen S3. Vre. game, counting on that b a 11-
of Joe
Junior Barrel Race lam Smith Pompano Beach; 3. Whimsy ,
1 Doolan. Rock Hollow Bonita A. F. McDavid. Brooker.mi : bungry defense to carry the and
1. Sissy George Larry Morris has a
arm. Ocala' 2. Phil's Simon. Shirley Mares heavy load. I
leaves. Dade City; 3. Oesert Boy B. 1. Jetty Nick. Arnold Sara. Tam- new helper in rookie Mike
Deason Jacksonville. pa 2. Ada Gum Adams. t. .. L Farms. "Our main is
H. Senior Raining Dothan .Ala.; X Kattie's Drenr Red + objective to Reilly of Iowa.
1. Pow Debbie Edgar Brow*. Fort Martin. Pompano Aged Beads Mares 1 Course Looks UpThe win," said Halas. "We're not The deep defenders of Richie
2. Dusty Way. A. F. McDavid.
cooker Captain's Crest D. B Daniels 1. Poco Jessie. Rex Holley. Miami; 2. going to open up just because Petitbon and Roosevelt Taylorat
L Sons Oakland Park. Judy Dell. Fulrvit; Farms Retaick; XSan's some people thought our attackwas
Junior Western treasure Pistol. Sunny Acres Ranch Lake- safety and Benny McRae and
1. Grace's Stampede. A. f. McDavid. land.Graed The a bit modest. But we might Dave Whitsell on the corners
he wishes the yearly membership.
Champie Mare er to play anytime
Brooker; 2. Francett .an.e.. D. R. opening target date has Vh
Daniels & Sons. Oakland. 'ark, a Chalk Mac's Tammy. Fullavit Farms Red- 4 for a year without greens introductory ticket can be obtained open up more if they start are garded as the best in the
been back Dec.
pushed to 1. "
Lewi* A. G. Lewis Gainesville dick.Reserve crowding us. league.
I Cbampiea Mate only once a year and
1. Poco Stampede.senior riming A. F. McDavid. Stampede's Pretty. W. E. S* a nflekt but things still are looking u' fees.Members does not include guest privil Wade is the Bears' quarter- All this, plus Bobby Joe
cooker; 2. Miss Nan Play. Eines Mor Dade City. at Ironwood Golf Club, Gainville's also may bring back old veteran of
34-year Green who has four
ris. Osteen; 3. Billy Silver, 8"t Schlussemeyer 1M2 end after 4.Id1ng a year
Geneva 1. Quemado Wimpy. Oscar Babcock newest links facility guests who must pay a $3 eges. 11 NFL seasons. Rudy Bukich of 45.7
Junior Cutting II. Sarasota; 2. Hunk.O-Man", Rely Davidson IS-Mik Radius punting average yards,
1. Baby Miss. Cotton Grftf',.. Lakes West Palm' Beach. Pro Bill Markham who al greens fee. Guests are will back him up with his strong gives the Bears all the elements
\ : Ries 3 4 veaveM CeMngs to play month. Class C is for golfers out-
; X Misty Dude. George Hard- per
is the club's

so co-owner, reports right arm. for that ball-control
1. Bay Buck Adams. 0. R. Daniels necessary
SanJord; No Return. FW* pun side a 15 mile radius of
/Melbourne (tie). & Sons. Oakland Park; 2. Artmj. Bert. progress has been Family TypeA play.
.Jackpot Glenn Murphy Avon mark Wakpala Gainesville. Persons must .Top Runner
Roping Average ON we calves] win
,} 1. Dave Duncan Zephyrhillsi 2. Jay Tack. Roy Brubaker...MIamI...... steady at the 39th Avenue lay- family membership membership card Ron Bull is the
a running
Aster purchase top
Caponey. Fort Lauderdale 3. Pee Martin out the recent barrageof be offered at |125 as another
Pompano Beodu a. James Snortes.Mouttrle 1, Caesar Adams. L" Farm Do despite i
for and then $3 back Arnett and BowlerSAN
f5 greens supported by
Ga. thAn Ala-i Joe Zero. Richard Rott di. rain and wind from Hurri- and practice putting part of Class A. All membersof pay Top
t Yevtfc Western Pleasure Jacksonville X Showdown N"t*. BobFinl'lln range immediate in- fees at each outing. Billy Martin. Joe Marconi is the
da,1,Thomason Eddie Langtord., Tampa;Brookeri 3. Skipper x Lyn MOcala. ;,0"OMI.Utica. N. Y...... GeJeA* cane Dora. green. cluding an dependent children, unmarried Golfers outside the 15-mile No. 1 fullback, with help from MATEO, Calif. (AP) -

..... Bay Buck PDT D.. R. Daniels aV His list of current accomplishments Six Lakes radius also can obtain a ClassA Rick Casares and Charlie Biv- Bill Hardwick of San Mateo was
yeut\ Barrel Itace Son. Oakland Six lakes will dot the land- and nader'21 years
includes: named Bowler of the Year
0.GeNIq desired.
Reserve if
Deadon. lacksonvUie membership
1. ; x
Beverly Grlffth, .ak* Waesj. a Shay Caesar Adams., L 4 L Farms Dothan.AU Clubhouse erected. scape In a design that will of age, are eligible for play.introductory Markham will be ready to ins.Halas added two receivers in Saturday by the Bowling Writers
Whittaktr, Fort Lauderdaie.Youtn witha Class. B is a 10 play
Coming Prefect Dan ,All fairways planted. catch the eye of golfers start accepting memberships Rich Krietling from Clevelandand Association of America.

Nancy 1. Beverly Platt Melbourne Griffith. sake 4. Monty. Wts Ever, 2. Brooker 1. Graca's 2. Jetty Stinky.KinO.A..rne F.w McOavld.Saraw. ,Sprinkler system in. flair for sporty layouts. ticket for to$25. This 10 in about a week, and. be in- Gary Barnes from Dallas to The 23-year-old: Californian is
Fort Lauderdaie.Ytulfe Tampa X BlakVs Dolly. E. Arms, Six planted: Markham has come with entitles a person play win the
hart. SnowmMSfcl9, If H.*erI. GIIntsYlJIe greens times and then have the opportunity vites golfers out for a tour of work at split end. the youngest ever to
Mm Pearson Jacksonville! 2.Tor- ,GtI M SIrt Two tees planted: three_classifications of memberships the course. With all-league Mike Ditka at honor. He joined the pro tour
BreoMri i Ronnie Ewerhart. 1._ Pop $tam edto 'A. F.. McDavid, which be labels A, to purchase a membership
ry Jo Untford. The nine-hole course,.which and the
two was
and fine looking only ago
...Fort Lauderdaie. Breaker 2. SkIpper tlidl. Arnold s.- Anyone interested should tight end a years
Halter tM .etts ,aw._Tampa.exfciMtofsftrw will measure in the vicinity B and C.Class Markham at the clubhouse rookie 6-foot-5. 240pound Bill top money winner last year with
after six call
1. Everett Palmer. Crescent be obtained If a joins
CIty;Unnamed 2. Unnamed James PhiHip Christ.mas A.'f. McDavU Brookeri o. Dan ,oL3,380 yards, will have added A, which can person toward at fl6- Martin from Georgia Tech also $33,2$5.I .
ville.;. x Unnamed. T. D..BartWy GaineS- leis Gainesville.L Sons, Oakland Park E ). An+is. attractions s in a driving for $100, allows the golf- plays, the $25' applies -

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it It All Got Started at Olympia.. 2, 740 Years Ago- 1 ,

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I By ARTHUR DALEY Olympus and then Zeus defeated Kronos at wrestling while dium. Only shovels were needed lots of them because there -

l .',-: Apollo outboxed Mars and outran Hermes. He's quite con- were no grandstands or any other monuments only those
2frui ultnirfl
-, Hark ent to settle for Coroebus of Ells, as the first Olympic grooved limestones that defined it. The stadium had no pedestals >;. ...... ..:. .
I OLYMPIA, Greece Here is where it all began. The champion.The pillars, statuary or other massive' stone relics such

, ancient sage Lysias, ,called Olympia "the fairest spot in most astounding part of this treasure trove of an- as were scatterd in disorder over the rest of the area.

Greece" this pine fringed valley formed by "the peaceful" tiquity is that it is even open to public view. To appreciatewhat Everything, though had been buried under 12 to 20 feet

I river Alpheus and the rushing torrent of the Kladeus. an extraordinary archaeological job has been done, the of earth.

But the Kladeus is now a miserable trickle meandering tourist ,must have a certain knowledge of Olympic history.
The pity is that so few of the treasured works of art
v through a dried-out river bed although the Alpheus, shrunk o
I The games were primarily religious festival with the first remained under the centuries-old blanket of earth. The fam-
en in size, still is peaceful. In this historic place the first and only event of the 776 B. C. show being the ed statute of Hermes by Praxiteles was discovered by accident p

t Olympic games were held 2,740 years ago sprint of little more than 200 yards by Coroebus. under one of the rivers. Also found was Paionio's

, Olympia both intrigues the imagination and strains it. Merely Events were added with each succeeding Olympics although Classic Nike (or victory) statute. The greatest masterpieceof
' of
witnesses events
tumbled ruins remain of site that
' a the religious aspects were of such ,importance that the Olympic showcase, the ivory and gold statute of Zeus
and Homer
i; such heroic grandeur that they inspired even the constantly warring Greek city-states lay down their by Phidias acclaimed as one of the Seven Wonders of the

to exquisite flights of poetry. Only low foundation walls and arms and declared a truce for the duration of the athletic World was taken from Olympia to Constantinople in
r a few jutting columns show the outlines of the gymnasium, the
; competition. These ancients actually measured time by the 393 A.D. and destroyed by fire 80 years later.
Palestra and other structures within the once sacred area
festival, the four year period between each set of Olympics
j of the Altis. Dominating it now as it did then, however being known as an Olympiad. Many ,.,
is the Temple of Zeus. Even the massive stones that sprawl
still monuments of sheer Sets In These ancient athletes had many of the modern conveniConveniences
on the" elevation setting it off are Decay
ences even if they did lack diathermy machines and some -

I majesty.At a far corner of the enclosure is the stadion or sta- It was after Rome conquered Greece in 146 B. C. that slow of the fancy gadgets of today. They had thermal baths, rooms 4

!, I dium. It lies in a natural amphitheater of sorts below the decay began to set in. It took a long while though before for rubdowns with olive oil, the equivalent of a covered

; I I I slope of Kronion and could accommodate 40,000 spectators. the games were abandoned. Not until 394 A. D. did the training track along the colannades of Doric pillars in the ,

i 4 The running strip, marked by grooved limestone boundaries Emperor Theodosius of Rome order their cessation. As an gymnasium and even an entrance chute from the main en-
Yet pilgrim extra indication of his displeasure at the pagan rites he closure to the stadium itself, the Echo Portico. The chute -
is a wide dirt straightaway 192 meters long.
., on his way to the Olympic games in Tokyo experienced a angrily burned down the Temple of Zeus. Two years later is vaguely reminiscent of the one in the Log, Angeles Coliseum -

sense of awe at standing on the grounds over which Coroe- Olympia's main treasures were sacked by the Goths of Alaric. that has decidedly inferior echoes. i;

bus of Elis earned the wreath of wild olives as the first Earthquakes finished the job. The twin rivers Alpheus and Olympic spectators sat on the grassy slopes of the Kronion

Olympic victor in 776 B.C. Kladeus, were jarred from their courses and overflowed their Hill. If any needed to slake his thirst, he merely had to go

banks, the Kronion hill began to slide and Olympia disap- to the stone runnels alongside the track where a stream of '>

A Strange Power peared from sight mysteries and its glories hidden tinder fresh water constantly flowed. This is more than Walter -

Olympia exerts a mystical power over the beholder. He silt and water for centuries. But a French archaeological O'Malley gave his customers the first year his Dodger ballpark \!i

soon begins to feel the same as the native Greeks of today team began excavations in 1829, a German team resumed was in operation at Chavez Ravine.. ::.

who speak of Zeus, Apollo and the other gods as though they in 1875 and the latest teams of Germans did not com- The weatherworn stones that lie in ruins at Olympia are still : '

actually existed. However he can't quite swallow the entire plete the digging out of the stadium until 1958. monuments of the glory that was Greece.. Only the Olympic _
legend. Supposedly the deities came down here from Mount No reconstruction or restoration was required for the sta- ideal has survived. '"


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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j Mississippi State Coach Paul season at Georgia won't 1 no doubt in my mind that we but the Mustangs lost all the

The days of opening the season -! Davis says "Tech will have to get a chance to do the experi I could play a good game and close ones. They are improved

with pushover opponents are have a whale of a team to beat menting most rookie coaches :still lose by 30 points." I this year and should give Flor-

apparently a thing of the pastin us" would like. "We know Alabamahas Southern Methodist finished.ida Coach Ray Graves an accu-

,.. the rough and tumble worldof Vince Dooley, beginning hisSEC a great team and there's ;last season with a 4-6 record rate reading on his Gators
** $kr.F <' Southeastern Conference foot. depth and strength.

ball.All 11 SEC teams what GRID SIDELIGHTS Vandy Ready '
,L 6. 'fn Cqa '. geer' J open Vanderbilt's small squad re- '
be the South's finest
may yearin
ported in good physical shape, -
football and
college Saturday thus allowing Coach Jack Green

more than one conference team When Bear more time to get ready for his
will be faced with giving away Bryant Sings
opener with Tech. He'll dmithe's
t all its secrets and pulling out
got some surprises up his
all to win.
] stops sleeve, but says he has few M

: r.'gy -\( r hosting The headliners Memphis see State Mississippi in one Alabama Players QuakeBy thoughts bling Wreck.of beating the Ram n I

of the South's most vicious rivalries
"A big loss for'us in the open1

Louisiana State takingon KELSO STURGEON but says Hindman stands head-1 win" er would be bad for team mo4 1
Southwest Conference dark-
1- t, f eat, Aw M..FA horse Texas A&M at Baton Associated Press Sports writer and-shoulders above them all. rale," Green said. "We're just ''i
a. 4 a going to to keep the j
Hindman's bull-like strength and try game
Rouge and Florida meeting The Southeastern Conferenceis When someone asked Bryant :'I
: Southern Methodist at Jackson- well acquainted with the fact amazing speed make the difference why" he always had one of the I
Texas beat Tulane 21-0 last
ville in a regionally televised Jim Weatherly has his own the coach said. ;smallest lines in major college
but has lost lot of that
They'll See VF-SMV Game contest. dance band and that Georgia f football, he explained quickly year team. By the same token. Tu

State at Tech tackle Ray Rissmiller doublesas Paul Davis- head coach at t hat: he doesn't plan it that way.'I lane has added a little to its de-

F Nebbie Anderson, left, president of the Gainesville Quarterback Club, shows Mississippi State, the surprise a singer but few know of Mississippi State, gives much of look for players who are fense and a lot to its offense.

off a football to Don Large 11, center; and Don Pelt, 9, right. The Quar- team of the conference last the musical talents of Alabama the credit for State's fine &-2-2 quick I ," he said. "I'd take a big The contest should be more in-

terback Club will sponsor 200 Boys' Club members at this week's Gator-South- rear, travels to Lubbock, Tex., football Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant record last season to quarterback quick I= one over a little quick one teresting than many imagine.

I ern Methodist football game. (Sun photo). to meet a fine Texas Tech team, Sonny Fisher who weighed :anyday, but you just dont e- Auburn Coach Ralph (Sug) \

? I while H_____ _Auburn_____n hosts_n___ Houston______un of Weatherly spent the summer but 158 pounds. anyday, but ycu just don't find Jordan will get a chance to geta

} Quarterbacks the Lone Star State. The only playing to full houses on theGulf "This guy gave us the kind .that kind often. line on his team against the

I: Brother league game of the week matches coast and Rissmiller of leadership I've never seen before Cougars. Both teams return a <
Roman and Alabama beforea strained his vocal cords in (
To rake 200 Georgia j
Davis said. "He never Asked how it felt to be make host of lettermen.The .
sellout crowd at Tuscaloosa. Pennsylvania with a group knew when he was beaten. He ,ing his debut as a college coach only two teams which will |' -

Boys to Game Vanderbilt and Tulane, the known as Ronnie and the Reve- was just all guts and inspiration. .against a team as powerful as be allowed the luxury of experi- !'
two SEC doormats who have lations.
Gets Narrow Win Alabama, Georgia's Vince Dooley menting are Kentucky and Ten-
teams this
Nebbie Anderson, president of improved waste time in season their,, Bryant, however, has kept his "Fisher didn't run well andwasn't said, "If you're going to get nessee. Neither Detroit or Chattanooga ,'
musical career out of the spot- of Davis might well seems to be in their
'the Gainesville QuarterbackClub strength. Vanderbilt journeys to much a passer, baptizedyou as go
Obre's Knightly Manner I announced Sunday the organization light. said, "all he could do was all the way." class.
By ORLO ROBERTSON Henry l' Atlanta to meet one of the best: for the
into the
will 200 ts came open ,
Associated Press Sports WrIter I the sponsor Boys' Tech teams in
to pick up purse of $94,133. .Club Football at Georgia year first time this past week when \
SALEM, N.H. (AP) Roman Purser, from R. C. McKnight's -) Flag players and Tulane goes to Austin t) of visitors heard the
Brother reached into his the Gator-SMU game The boys take last nationa!1 a group More
deep on year's GHS for One
and Tartan Stable, finished decked out in their Boys' Club- Bear let forth with some lines Hopes
889-pound frame Saturday champions the Longhorns 01 I "
neck in front of Phantom
third, a Gator Booster shirts, will seas of "Oh, How I love Jesus.
with mighty
came up one Shot.Official. a group in a special section. Texas.In "I didn't know he could sing,"
Stretch surge for a narrow other games Kentuck
distances gave Ro- Charlie Dobbs, Boys' Club program said one. I
victory over Knightly Manner ink meets Detroit at Lexington and Controlled
man Brother a one-half length director, said the first 200 "Yes," said another, "you can Scrimmage
the first running of the $144,820New Tennessee hosts Chattanooga at
margin over Knightly Manner boys registering will see the tell what kind of mood he's in
Hampshire Sweepstakes at t Knoxville.The -
as he stepped the 1 3-16 miles in game. Boys who have their Gator by what he's singing. When he
Rockingham Park.Oddsanchoice track record time of 1:55 4-5. It Booster shirts from basket Mississippi-Memphis singing 'Oh, How I love Jesus-' Miserable weather conditions for a bit of sunshine. Lincoln coach Jesse Heard
of the disap- State will match two of Niblack said I has had his troubles with the
game the continued to plague local foot Coach Jim
was another IV lengths back to ball season also are eligible to you can bet someone on
pointing crowd of 17,781, the Purser. Interested should the toughest lines in college football field is going to catch ball teams with all coaches Gainesville High School had to :rain, also. The Fighting Terriers -

i mighty mite from Louis E. :register. boys than football in what could be a near devil. searching the overcast skies ,cancel its Friday night squad r have gone into the gym :*
later the
Wolfson's Harbor View Farmcame i Roman Brother paid $3.80, contact Dobbs no rerun of last season's 0-0 tie. game at Citizens Field. "Wewon't but the pace of the drills step- j I"
2.80 and 2.40. Knightly Manner :than Friday, Sept. 18, at 5 p.m. "Yes replied another, "butone' -
from last place on the : The enthusiasm is so great for he have any more game- I ped up last week, slowed con-
back stretch, took the lead in I the 7-2 second choice, paid $3.80 Meeting place before game this contest that officials at Oxford no really worries Aussie StarsContinued type scrimmages before our siderably. "
the home lane and then beat: and $300 while Pursuer re- time and other details will be asked for full force':starts singing 'I'm bound for the "
I a JtJMississippi game with Lee, Niblack said."We'll The Sun has been unable to ,
turned to show. announced at sign-up time.f ;Promised I "
of Mrs $40
back the challenge of state police to keep an ex-
( from Page 01)) try to get in one more contact Starke Coach David j *

f P pected 10,000 gate crashers from football 1'Coach controlled scrimmage." Hurse due to phone circuits 1_
3-6 9-7 then crushed defending
Memphis out of Hemingway !
wouldn't trade Niblack said the 'Canes would trouble in the Kingsley Lake
Johnny Vaught of
titleholder Rafael Osuna
Start Stadium. Tickets were gone long
Suwanee Teams to I guard Stan Hindman, a 6-foot-3, Mexico 6-3, 8-6, 63. hold their own if they could I area.

ago."It's 230-pound junior with the speedof only play Lee ". in the gym.'
going to be another Emerson, a nut-brown Queen- 4
tough one," said Ole Miss Coach a halfback for any linemanin slander who already has won We know our assignments bet- Venturi
Johnny Vaught "Memphis State the land but he admits Hind the Australian and Wimbledon ter than any team I've had," !
Over in Monday has a great defense and an out- man does cause a few prob- titles this year moved closer to the GHS coach said. The 'Canes

s standing offense. Vaught madeit lems. a rare triple slam by subduing have been limited to indoor (Continued from Page 01) It

he would be happy to "I've got to hold him out of defensive Chuck of San Antonio workouts since last Tuesday.
clear McKinley televised
Scratch a Suwannee Con- Carr Due Back wanted to practice McCall said.He's meeting of the four j:
win this one 1-0 if it were pos- practice, Vaught Tex., the United States' No. 1- Work Outdors major golf champions for a $50,-
ference football coach this Carr has been out of .t
find Jerry with said.Trenton coach John Rowe sible. .' so fast the center can't get ranked player 7-5,13-11, 64. By contrast, Lee, a I hough 000 first prize will be played ,.
weekend and you'll a man pads for two weeks a severe before Hind
Aggies Better the ball snapped When the Davis Cup is put on Jacksonville was hard hit by Sunday, beginning,, at 1 1 z
trying to keep dry. ankle injury but is expected has a quip, too. Asked how his the p.m.,
Louisiana State rebuilt and man is parked right quareterback's the line at Cleveland Hurricane outside
McKinleyand Dora got the
over 7
At Cross City Coach Al Par- back this week. Tigers were doing he said"We're mean ,-
will have its hands full lap. Ralston, who won it a twice last week. Dora did not Firestone
ris said "We're going to try Chiefland's Doyle McCall said, just sitting here look ready year 165-yard course. '
to keep going and shape up for "We're all wet here. We ing at the rain. against Texas A&M. The Aggieslost If Hindman ever does practice ago in Adelaide, will carry the deluge the Gateway City with i The loot drops to $15,000 for
up LSU 14-6 last and on defense, he lines up full load Emerson and
with Greenville. We haven't practiced since Wednesday Trenton hasn't worked SinCEa to year against the rain it dumped in the area. the second place man and the

haven't our opener practiced since last had to postpone our in- scrimmage last Tuesday, should be as much improved as about two feet away from the the Stolle. Prospects are far from GHS was fated Saturday: other two must be content with

Wednesday. ter-squad game twice and now The Tigers hoped to get inU, the Bayou Bengals.Fencing line of scrimmage to give to at brightVic night at a barbecue given by: $5,000 apiece. -;

Parris said the Bears have 18, we'll just have to give up on the gym Saturday for a ses, ,quarterback time enough Seixas: the U.s. captain, the GHS Quarterback Club. 6,000 WatchA
least get the ball. admitted that be was concernedbut Gator coach Ray Graves was
players on the squad. "The it sion.A Club Vaught has turned out some the crowd of 6,000 watched the
four new boys we McCall said the field is too i broken arm has sideline three or of the nation's great linemen, coach Mike four champions Saturday duringa
the Yonge
picked recently are the ones; wet for drills and "I'm not one Lee Powell for the season. Bad Classes Set developments."It
up round in brisk
played a windon
Gutierrez took his W av e
being hurt by the lack of practice -who believes a football team Hal Lancaster has a bruise l only proves they arebetter cool
working in knee but is back Mon. Club i than we are on this day" gridders inside Saturdayfor a day.
," Parris said. "They need I can do any good expected The UF Fencing opens UFGHSPKY
its 1964-5 next Tues- he said in an apparent effort,to another gym workout Gutierrez "It was no day for scoring,"
the work. a gym. day.Williston program lift morale. "I doesn't mean said most time was spent I Venturi said. The wind made
The Indians' mentor said, coach Sammy Miller day, Sept 15, with classes in
I, "We'll just have to .start over! moaned, "The weather ha; beginning fencing. Gridders Set they can beat us two weeks on conditioning with more chats: the long holes longer and the

Levin's 804 on Monday I just about ruined us. Most o: Classes will be conducted for from now. I am still very hope- on football. I short holes shorter" so it didn't

Some minor injuries have our boys live out of town anc I all interested men and women Church Visit fuL"With "We also prayed for dry help either way.

troubled Chiefland. Halfback I couldn't even get in for whal; (faculty and staff included). The the men's championship weather Monday," Gutierrez The difficulties of the course,

Classic Lee Mills apparently is out for little work we could do." club will provide all equipment Football teams from both oi t: certainly going out of the coun- said. combined perhaps with the

: Tops the season, though, due to a Gym Sessions. and protective clothing. Gainesville's high schools and t try for the ninth straight time I Santa Fe coach Charlie Roberts pressure caused by the size of

bad back. Tackle Bobby Me-I Miller said the Red Devil i The lessons will be given each from the University of Florida I Tony Trabert was the last U.S. i said his Rebels are in, the purse, created some wild J''

Larry Levin paced the Royal Palm Callum likely won't be ready worked in the gym Wedes. Tuesday and Friday at 5 p.m. will be guests of the First Bap.o citizen to win in 1955 there I the same shape as everyone and very slow golf. :
Crown Classic League at the .Sundaj r little hope of an American bad. "We haven't worked since Not once did all four hit
: n until the third game of the sea-] day and Friday but were un at Norman Hall Gymnasium list Church for ) was men
Lanes with of 214223178189.an 804 series 0 son. I able to do anything ThursdayNo Dressing rooms, lockers and morning worship service today. victory in the women's division..last Tuesday. We're way behind the same fairway with their '

games, recorded Rejoins Squad I session was held yesterday showers are provided on the They have been invited It) Maria Bueno of Brazil, the ,. way behind." drives.
Two other 800s were must demonstrate the church's interest poker-faced, sharp-shooter from Roberts said the Rebels And none escaped without a
Tackle Dick Adkins, 190 Miller is hopeful conditions wi!I lower floor. Participants
in the four game scratch into the women's would have to back to hard bogey although it took
pounder has rejoined the improve so his gridders ca 1 provide their own sneakers or in them and in the princi swept go 18 holes
had 182-
league.. Hank. Block jquad. He attended military start in again Monday. non-slip footwear and should pies of good sportsmanship. final on a 6-4 6-2 triumph overunseeded work Monday even though before Firestone tripped up
179 247 192 and Wilbur I which Coaches Mike Gutierrez Jin a Carol Hanks of St. Santa Fe's opener with Madi- Venturi. Ken's second shot on
school last semester. Other coaches were unabl!: wear clothing provides
spilled 162176223239.Jim to Niblack and Ray Graves wit I Louis ands he is overwhelmingly son is next Friday. "We won't the 18th was on the front of thegreen
movement as-
du of
"It's so wet here water over Ito be contacted by the Sun : freedom
turned Jn 78 "
Pace a their teams in wor. I favored to take her second get ready any other way, he about 115 feet from the
"familiar fencing i accompany
while Roland Rn>nn-ll* I fa 776 he roads, I don't believe r.v [!to lark of telephone circuits t) mme the title in final. I aid. hole.
and Shu Cagle also had 776. ..jS could swim! in even if we icertain( areas. stance. ship. straight Sunday's

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I : Cross-Country : Punt., Pass, Kick Event

New PKY rf. ; :: ;
\ Sport : ; .: t.I", Scheduled at Boys' Club

J P. K. Yonge has added cross This will be the fifth varsity -

country to the athletic program,, team sport for the Wave. Registration for the Ford patch for his jacket, and a PP & K football, autographed -

, Bill McGill, athletic director, JKY also competes in football Motor Company Punt, Pass book of tips on how to punt, by the top NFL Punt, Pass

, announced Saturday. basketball, baseball and ..% and Kick competition is under -pass and kick. Other prizes in and Kick stars on each team

track. way at the Boys' Club the local competition: for 8, 9 and 10 year old win-

Train McGill, head track coach at \ and will run through Oct. 9. First prize, Washington Red- ners. Boys 11, 12 and 13 will
I 'Cane
PKY, will tutor the cross Local competition sponsoredby skins warmup jackets for 8, 9, receive trophies.

I country forces."I : Shaw and Keeter Motor and 10 year old winners.[ Boys National prizes, T r 0 p hies,

; To Company will be held at theBoys' 11, 12, and 13 will receive'hand-complete football uniforms, all
Arranged think we have a real fine .
: Club Oct.
I 12 at 10 a.m. some plaque trophies. expense paid trip for winners,
group[ of boys, and they oughtto I
make with Oct. 20 as the alternate Second prize, Place kicker their parents, and the local
a fine showing in the I
Lee Contest state meet this December Mc- date in case of rain. Eachboys' device for improving kicking i Ford dealer to a NFL football -
Gill said. parent or guardian must and passing accuracy for 8, 9, game and an all expense

:t A "Cane" train to Jackson; sign the entry form. and 10 year old winners. Boys paid trip for winners, their

; ville for the Gainesville High- Those competing in cross ;, Punt, Pass and Kick is for 11, 12 and 13 will receive hand parents and the local Ford

t Robert E. Lee High School football country are Bobby Hines, Ron- 4_44 "%. boys ages 8 13. Members of some trophies. dealer to the NFL runner up

I game Friday night is being nie Koru, Jodie Munden, Bobby .lk, ft junior high school teams 0 r Third prize Regulation size championship' game.
! sponsored by the GHS Student McGraw, Coley Coin, Ray >7k'? boys, who are certified to represent I- ,

Council. Bryant, Jim Wilkinson, Jonny their schools are n ot

I I Wershow, Lewis Fabrick and I eligible.All .

The train will leave from the Jimmy Thompson. ii: SUPPORTTHE

I Atlantic Coast Line station here contestants receive a PP j
PKY Boosters
I at 3:16 p.m. Friday and will Although this is the first year OfficersPictured & K reflector for his bike,, an;

return at 12:40 ajn. Saturday. that PKY will officially have overseas cap with PP & K I

a cross-country team, McGill above are officers of the P. K. Yonge Sports and Band Boosters II I

Round trip fares, includingbus has entered individual athletes Club. Sitting are President Tom Dobson and Mrs. Telie Reddick, secretary.
transfer between the rail On Team
station and Gator Bowl in Jacksonville who expressed interest in previous Standing L-R are Mac Johnson, vice president; Covey Johnston, treasurer; and GHS'-

will be $4 per student. years. Ray Dennison, immediate past president. TEHRAN, Iran (AP) Gho-
McGill noted that last (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis)
Orders for meals en route may year, mal Reza Takhti, already the

be placed when purchasing tick- present team member Mun- r winner of three Olympic medalsin

ets. Chicken dinners will be $1 den secured a 26th place individual previous games, was named HURRICANESTHE

and shrimp, $1.25.Refreshments finish in the state meet. Registration Due for City Saturday as a member of the BEST SEATS TO THE FALL HOME GAMES

Iranian Olympic'wrestling
and meals will McGill has had his forces ARE NOW AVAILABLE. PLACE YOUR

be served from a baggage car, working out regularly since the ORDER NOW FOR .

if 200 or more students make beginning of schooL Junior Grid
Midget Loops team.EXPERT
the trip. The PKY athletic director SEASON TICKETS

I .....
Only GHS students, their said he planned no other competition -

dates and parents will !be: per- except the state meet. Registration for play in Rec- and weight limits will applyat report to the place I.e rest CtCW.INC.

mitted to make the trip. although I reation Department youth foot- a check-in with a recheck their home Westwood CityPark Gate Price. 5 games .. $10.00

special cars will be set "We just plan to have our 1 ball leagues will start Monday slated on Oct. 5. Finley and Stephen S A V E SEASON TICKET

aside for Booster Cluo mem- boys train until the state meet, ,I 0. C. Hayes, athletic director Boys interested should report Foster. Red Dulaney will be in I $2.50 J 5 only $750

bers. No children will be per- and take our chances with other "
mitted on the train. schools there, McGill said. :day.There structions and practice. Lee, Finley; and Karl adow- FOLLOW ONE OF THE BEST HURRICANE TEAMS EVER

PKY will compete in ClassA will be a Junior League Junior League candi- ski, Foster. There also will ON ONE OF THE SCHOOL'S TOUGHEST SCHDULK;

Mrs. Cela Hendrickson. di-' composed of schools with for boys 14 years of age and under -dates should report to these be coaches at Westwood and NOTE: (bold type is home games)

rector of student activities at' less than 450 boys. The cross- with a weight limit of 120 areas. Buchholz students go to Littlewood, the latter for Mid- Robert E. Lee . . . . Sept. 18

GHS, said student should! pur- country crown is determined by pounds. There will be a Mid- Kirby-Smith where Tom Lnughon SERVICE PALATKA . ,. . . . SEPT. 25

chase tickets as early as possible a point system based on the finish ,get loop for 10, 11 and 12yearold will coach. Howard B i shop, gets.Midget candidates should report Paxon . . . _. .. . Oct. 2

to insure ar LEON . . . . . . OCT. 9
necessary of individual team mem- weight limit of 100 pounds. Westwood, P. K. Yonge and to these areas:
Open . . . . .. ...... Oct. 16
rangements.The bers.> Age eligibility is of Aug. 31, St. Patrick students should Lake Forest and Ki r b y S RADIATORS"We CENTRAL HIGHof

: first 800 students io buy Smith youths go to Kirby Rod Them Out" Chattanooga. Tcnn. . . OCT. 23.

.Smith, Metcalfe and Sidney Boone . . . . . . Oct. 30
tickets will receive free megaphones Flag Football MAINLAND . . . . NOV. 6
she said. AL Boxes Lanier City Park; Foster, Foster MOTOR BLOCK Open ... . .. . . . Nov. 13

I Friday ; Finley and Flavet resi-- Pressure FlushingWe Ocola . . ... ..., ..... . Nov. 20

Program Set dences, Finley, Dick Hudson; Pick Up Deliver CHOCTAWHATCHEE . . . NOV. 27
Victor Littlewood and Archer Road,
Tiger Twilight Game Night Game ORDER YOUR SEASON TICKETS
KANSAS CITY BALTIMORE WASHINGTON DETROI Registration now is going on Littlewood.
tbrhbi abrh bi abrhbi abrhbi AT ONE OF THESE PLACES OF BUSINESS:
C'pan'ris If 3000 Brandt cf 4111 Bl'game 2*> 5010 Briton cf 3221 for the 1964 Boys' Club Flag Youths from PKY, St. Patrick's
lOver Fullmer ausey ss 4000 Aparicto ss 3111 Zlmmer 3D 4000 Lumpe 2b 3101 RADIATOR SHOP 13th Pharmacy Wise's Drug Store
fi Football This
Reynolds. 4100 Powell If 2000 Hinton If 4210 Kaline rf 4011 program. year Myra Terwilliger, Idle- Florida Pharmacy Hoffman Pharmacy
Colavito rf 4000 Tarf bull r* 1000 I King rf 4110 Cash Ib 2000 there will be 23 teams in three wyld and those in junior high I WHITE ELECTRIC Canova Drug Co.
, Gentile 1b 4 0 2 0 B. R's'n 3b 4 1 3 1 Lock cf 4113 Freeian c 4 C 0 1 Vidal Drug Store
! CLEVELAND (AP) An era Bryan 4011 Bowens rf 3100 Phillips 10 3000 Brown If 3000 leagues: Cadets ((7 & 8), Midg- eligible for this league shoulc McCollum Drug Co. Bill Green Barber Shop
I Hanson ph 1 0 0 0 Johnson Ib 3000 Brumley C 2 0 0 M'A'liHe' SS 3000 ets ((9 & 10)) and Juniors ((11 report to place as determinec: & BATTERY Windy's Barber Shop
has ended for boxing on Mathews" 4121 Snyder If 1000 Kennedy foS I 0 1 Wert 3b 4240 Jimmy Hughes Mike's Book StoreMorrison's

sion but the future is a little O'D'ghue R. Green 2b D 4010 1010 Adair Orslno 2b c 4112 4000 Stenhouse Koch p p 2 1000 0 0 0 Wkk'h'm Demeter ct p 2 00 0 0 0 0 0 13). Each team will play an by attendance area in whicl Sporting Goods Barber Shop

brighter for former middle- ebern Ib 1000 Bunker p 2000 C'n'h'm ph 1000 average of twice weekly. Each they live. SERVICE Odi's Pharmacy Gulf Hardware

weight champion Dick Tiger of Edwards Stahl ph ph 1000 100 OHaddix p 1000 Totals None out when 24 S3 winning Totals run scored.tt S 14 team also will play at least one Lone exception is that i. boj 118 N.W. 8th AVE. Charlie Murray's Marine Gridley Music CompanyGoff's

Totals 35 272 Totals 32345 Washington .. .. ... .... 301 000 100-4 night game during the seasonto who played on a.team las Soles and Service Barber Shop
\ Nigeria. j Kansas City ........ ... ... In MI -28allim..e Detroit ...... .... .... ... 1 1100 001-3 with that tean Phone 372-8581 and at the Gainesville High School
.......n....... 030 200 oox-5 E Wlckersham. McAuliffe. LOB- enable the parents to see year may play HURRY! PLACE YOUR TICKET ORDER SOON!
Tiger won a unanimous decision .: their in action.assijTmnpnt. again even if it is out cf hi
E Reynolds 2. Campanerls. Causey Washington 8, Detroit t.2B sons THE
I Friday night over Don A iparlcio. DP Kansas City 1. LOB -Wert. 3B-Brulon. Wert. HR-Lock 'Ppnni. i will..... hp. own area.
'ansas City 7. Baltimore 8. (2S). SB-Hinton. S-Wickersham. SF --- ---.CO----- ---.
Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah, 28 Adair, Aparicto. HR Mathews Burton. made Sept 19. Boys are

in the finale of 20 years c! the (1 14). IP H R ER BB SO I' .. .. IP 3 1-3 H 5 R 4 ERBBSOtenhoose :3 3 0 to report at the following --I

Week series. It was 2 3 2 Koch 33-21 01 2 .
of the L f-10 3 2-3 6iantiago 5 -" -
Fight XD'ghue that day
.. .. V3 0 0 C 1 0 Koch ...... ..... 32-3 1 0 0 1 2 : -
television's longest continuous .2 0 0 0 1 a Kline L 8-7 ....... 1 1 1 1 0 0 olds 9 9-ci
ianders 7 and 8 a.m.
series. [:Drab-sky: .. 2 0 0 t& a 3 Wick'h'm W 14-10 t S. 3 5 year ; SHOP -F IE'LDSFO-R
network E Junker W 16-4 .. 7 2 1 1 2 Kline faced 2 men in 9th. 9 and 10 year olds, 10 a.m.; 11] J. M. THE
'Haddbc ..... 2 1 0 0 0 :3 I HPB-By Koch (Cash). WI Kline.
The victory earned Tiger a' WP Bunker. T 2:32. PB-Brumely. T-2.3X A-7,113. 13 year olds, 11 a.m.

shot at challenger Joey Archerfor Night Game Night Game All boys who register for Flag

the right to meet middle- KANSAS CITY BALTIMORE MINNESOTA NEW YORK abrhbi football will be eligible to join
1\ bi abrbbi
abrh bi ala r I
weight champion Joey Giardello C'pan'is If 4101 Brandt cf 1300TartabuII Kindall ss 4000 Kubek ss 4 0 1 (I the Boys' Club Gator Boosters
ph 1 0 0 0 Snyder pr- 1000 Rollins 30 5110 Rich'd'n 2:> 3001: and attend the Florida SMU
for the title. Causey ss 5343 Aparico S3 4000 Hall cf 4132 Marls cf 4001 I t1LNi
'Colavito rt 4122 Siebe'n lb 3 COO Killebrew If 401 Mantle rf 31. 1 (: football game, Sept. 19. All Gator -
for Gentile IS 3 0 1 Power If 3t'00 Mincher lb 4111 Howard c 4 1 a
Harry Markson promoter If 402 :I Boosters must have a Gator
Mathews rf 5 0 1 0 B.R's'n 30 3010 Allison rf 3110 Lopez )
Madison Square Garden, said Edward c 4121 Bowens rf 4010 4000 Battey c 3000 1000 Pepitone Boyer 3b Ib 3111 2001 1Zlm'man t I Booster shirt which can be I I
Reynolds 3b 4 0 0 0 Lau c
Tiger would fight Archer at the Charles 3o 101 OVdair 2b 3 0 00 Gory! 2b 3lloTreshph 100 (: bought at the Boys' Club for $1.'
000 0 t Versalles 55 0000 Bouton p 1 CO !
R.Green 2'2 5 1 2 Vineyard o '
I Garden Oct. 16. I Odom p :3100L.Green cf 2000 Arrigo p 2012 Sheldon p 1 001 I All boys who were in the Ga-

Fullmer, 25, weighing 162}4, Totals 38813 < Totals II ISI Oliva Perry ph l000Repoxph 1010 Blanch'd ph 1COI I 001 C: tor Boosters last year need onlyto AND A FULL LINE OF EXCELSIOR & REMINGTON AMMUNITION
... .. 201 055 0001Baltim.rs
refused to get into close quar- Kansas City 000 000 000- Totals 333103 Totals 3234 bring their Gator Booster

ters with Tiger, with the result E-None. DP-Kansas City 2. LOB- Minnesota New York. ..... .- ......... .. 122 010 100 GOO 000 100--:i: shirt by the Boy's Club and reg- (B -, -: '-- _t. 5. -. 4 C ....
that the 10-round bout was dull. Kansas City t. Baltimore 7. : ister. Only boys who join the t ;s1lsr,1
58-Causey 3. Edwards. HR-Colavito E-Gory). DP-New York 2. LOB- .. ,, ;, ,
Neither fighter was knocked (32). -Gentile. Minnesota 6. New York 6. Boys' Club Flag Football pro- ?. J .
IP H R ERBBSO 28-.1.rrlgo. Rollins, Howard. Lopez. 3E h r:
down. OdomWl-0. 20:1': 7 Lopez. HR-Hall (2)), Mincher (21), gram and have a Gator Booster

Referee Tony Labranch scoredit Vineyard L 2-4 .... 22-3 1.3 6 0 3 0 3 II 0 1 2 1 Pepitone (23). Richardson IP H R ERBBSCSF .' shirt will be allowed. attend

49-434, and judges Charlie Bill Miller Estrada 2 1-3 3 4 A 2 :2 I I Arrigo .. 3 1-3 5 3 3 2 :: the football game with the S : 1'
W 6-2 4 2-3 1 0 0 1 4Worth'gton .
Haddix 2-3 2 1 1 0 0 I Perry .
and Herb Williams had it 48-42 Jones ., .,. 3 2 0 G 2.4, .. 1 0 0 C 0Souton :: group. The group will be sponsored I >a- .. .4 .. ., d.
and 50-43, respectively. The As- WP-Odom A21622.3. Miller. Sheldon L..15-13. 2 4 1-3 2.3 6 3 1 1 1 3 0 I. at the game by the I ANiMORE.yOUThSAyE

sociated Press gave it to Tiger T-2:53. Ramos ..... 2 1 0 GO 1!' Gainesville Quarterback Club. MOPE 'fOULTY
Night Game WP-Arrigo. T-2:38. A-25,2'S. ,

Clinton rf 55 iOlOMeIas 2000 Mantilla cf If 4013Frego5l 4 1 1 C OISCOUKT'l' .. .
Volleyball W. Smith !f 401 CnigiiYl If 4135 NL BoxesNight
Adcock It 4000 Stuart Ib 412 2: Friday ,. ...- .
4 o 1 1 -
Rodgers c 4000 Thomas rf ,.
Torres 3b 3010 Malzone 3t> 4 0 1 C ,---
Loop Re'hardt c! 3 o o a eressoua; ss i U U U --
Knoop 2b 2 C 0 0 Tillman c 4000 Game I E-W.Davis. DP New York 1. LOB. REMINGTON 1100 AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN
Pearot ph 1OIOM'b'q'lte p 2000 I CINCINNATI MILWAUKEE I New York 7, Los Angeles 8. ". ? :' Amorei't mast-wanted shotgun
Chance p 2000 brhbl aDrBbI 2ft-T. Davis 2. Christopher SB- ;? Mekas every shooter a better shoti
For Satrlano ph 1010 Run 3b 4000 Atou rf 3001 1 N. DavIs S-Roseboro.IP Perfect balance, last pointing. Available 149..95SOOAMOSSBERG
Schail 2!> 0000 Rose 2b l000Mayect 4000 H R ER BBSOttallard in 12 gaugel
Totals M 0 S' Totals 31303 Robinson rf 3000 Cline dOe 0 0 W '.1$ 5 I 2 2 1 2 c1
Gainesville Recreation Johnson It 3000 Mathews 3D 2 roo .. .. : ; V
... .. .. OOJ ooo oco-0 "unter. 1-3 0 e 0 1 a.
is now in the process Us Boston Angelas..... .. IM 000 8zx-1 Pavttkh lb 3000 Torre c 2010 I:Uco ... 21-3 1WakefieM 000 '17t':;
Department cf 3000 If .. .
Harper Carty 30001 1 1-3 0 0 I' 0 2 z .
of organizing a volleyball E-None. DP-Los Angeles 1. LOB. Coker 2000 WoodwJ ib 0000 i I L.MlllerLJ..I.6 633 3 4
Los Angeles 5. Boston I. Cardenas ss 201 Oliver ib 3110 I RJMiller 3 2 1 1 2 1 .-
league for any interested women 2B-Clinton, Torres. Satrlano. Mantilla. Maloney p 2000 Menke IS 3000 Stallard faced 4 men .n ,tt>. PUMP ACTION
Stuart. 3ft-Stuart. S-Fregosl, Monbou- Boros ph 0000KoIb2b 2000 :t.37. A-1IJ2S. -
in the Gainesville area. quette. Lemaster p 2 0 0 0 SHOTGUN .
meeting Will IP H RERBOSO Totals 16515 Totals 24121 Night Game 72.94 .
An organizational IS AvaOaUo ,
I Chance L 18-7 7 6 1 1 2 3 fa. Imp me* FX. -
Sept 17 0 1 Cincinnati 000 fOe 000..0 PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO
2 2
be held on Thursday, Latman 1-3 3 -- abrkbi arbl
.. ..
Osinski .. 2-3 0 0 C 1 0Mbtle Milwaukee Ill 040 IIx-1
the Recreation Gonzalez rt l000Kuensi H 1010 .
at 7:30 p.m. in : W 10-13 I 5 0 0 1 I .
I E-None. DP Cincinnati 1. Milwaukee Allen :3D 4000 Cd/n'l pr-4f 2000 .- .- I
T 2-1* A-&m. -
Center Library. 2. LOB-Cincinnati 2. Milwaukee 4. Callison tf 4000 Lanier 2b 3030 ----- -
interested in enteringa 2&-Oliver.. SB. -Matnews....-....--- Oliver.-...... .Kolb.-'- Covington If 3 0 1 0 Pagan pr-ss 0000 : MOSSBERG
Anyone "iSh' Game CLEVELAhD .:.Alou. Power Ib 0000 Mays cf 4000 3-SHOT REPEATING' SHOTGUN
team playing is requested CHICAGO IP H K ER BB SO Malone L 13-18 wrsntlb.u3000Hart 3b 2000Dafmple
or abrbi ab 412 r h bt 1 ........... .. .. 8 2 1 1 411 c 3010 Cepeda Ib 4000 . Massberf 418shatoua gauge .
If rt 4 1 1 1 Brown 2b 0IIe .f AJr.eriCa's favvitesl A
I attend this meeting. you H'shb'o'r Taylor Ib 315SDportss-2b4510 -
to Howser 300 Lemaster W U.l1' 1. S 3 7 M.MMassbtrg .
attend but still Robinson 4111 400 WP-Maloney. Lemaster 2. T-2:06. .A- Amaro ss 2511M.AIgu rf 3000 t lined. If-ute.; 21 IMge stIef.. 41 94 41 Ma.
to 4l22Wa9rflf
Hansen M
are Skowron Ib 4010 HeM 3b 401 1 -lU.. Bennett p 3010 Crandall C 4000 WitS C-Led cbokef S fle (hot 24-M
want to play, you may contac McCrawlb 1000 Salmon rf 412 Marlchal Peterson th p 1000 2010 t
Recreation Department The Ward 3b 41llROCfl&01b 300 McCovey ph 1 0 0 0
the abrhbl ab r h fa
Davalillo cf 4 l 1 0
cf 5030
Landis ;
Flood cf 5230 Stewart ss 4015Brockif Totals 30141 Totals lP6S ; -
volleyball league will begin ear- weis. 2b 2210 Atvis ph 000Carreon 1 T.r -
c S12lFranCnaph10SI 5032 Burton cf 4818 Philadelphia ......... on ItS ooo:;j .
ly in October and end late in Martin 1..IAzcuec .001Peters White Ib 5000 Williams If 4000 1M Francisca .._e'....._. OOP III oae-4 6
Boyer 3b 4122 Santo 3b 3000Groatse -
p 5000 Kralick p 200 "
November. Chance pn 100 4010 Banks Ib 2000 E-None. Philadelphia 1. LOB ; : ACCURATE
: The volleyball league will Totals 31 113 Totals 33 3 3Clalcage Maxvill ss G C 0 0 Gabr-ts'n, rf 3 0 0 0MCC'verc I Philadelphia 2. San Francisco t MARLIN 30/30 CAL RIFLE :
4000CpbelI2b 3888Javer JS-Amaro.. Dalrymple. SB-Manchal. 60.4. Or.,. ao0-d ,
for 101 01? 130- f..gi .ccp. t.vb.
activities 2b 4010 Bertell
complete a year of Cleveland .. .. 101 tn DOC- rf 3llIBrogliop c 2008 I Lanier 2. S-Lanier. .r,sijb.Now m o.awaa.nqIy I... C.mp. Valu., .
in IP H R ERBBSO c.f 33&3I. ..
Basketball begins Gibson 1000Totals $3.93 '
women. 11 p 41110-urkeph -
E-Brown. Peters. LOB-Chicago I Bennett W 1M2 'I e' 3 Star4ch.aIL171..S
:38 S12 S Totals 2f 8 2. Ij
January and softball in April. Cleveland So2BBrfIWft j I 1 1 1 4
2. Davalilto. Skewer. Car. St. Laws .. 290 009 001-5 ,Murakami -.. t 0 0 C 0 1 """""""
reon 2. Hershbeiw. HR-Htftr (IS), Chicago .. ......_ 000000000. HBP-By Bennett (Hart). WP-Ben-
Ward (21), Salmon (4). .SB-Wei* 2. -
I nett. T-2JS. A-27.524.
Gain Berths Wels. SP-Hershberg r. E-Gibson. DP-St. Louis! U LOB-St.
Peters W 17-8 11-34332 I Louis 28-Shannon.7. Chicago 3B X Brock. HR-Boyer NI,.I Game Qlrs Squirrel Can 2J7 K..I Pods 1.37 Super RangeEXCELSIOR {

For Fisher Kralick ...... ...4 2-30000 I < 3 1 I, (22). SB-8rock. Shannon.IP "It Ell II SO PITTSBURGH abrhM HOUSTON all r II 11I1 4l' Scotch Duck Coli 6.97 Hopp.'s N.. 9 solvent
Bell L 8-5 ........1-3 2 1 1 I 1 GibsonWlS.1.0 2 I I 1 5 SchofleU4IllKaskou 4010Vlrdon 47c
Donovan .. ......... 2-30001 8 BrogiioL.lZ..I I 2 2 1 2 cf 45)SFoxTh 4010 I Lynch Turkey C.!l Oil 0 31, Shotgun A
Md. (AP McMahon ..........2-32 3 2 28 Elston .... .. 2-33 3 3 Si Oemenie rf 4 0 2 0 Spangler II 4000Stargell 5.97PUtol tr RJIU Targets
Stance .... ... 11-31 0 0 02 Norman __ MI S f 0 9 4000 Bond Ib ISIS :i Hoadwarmer ...11 1.27
Charles Tribble of San Bernardino HBP-By Bell (Hansen). WP-BelL T- T2:14.AU.a. Cfdenon lb 4110 Asprott 3b 3000] 27c Pk. Shells I
2:& A-11.4M. Burgess 281.G.ines 4000 I TOW CHOKE! H.* .*,... .Urge 2.37 Olt Duck Can 2.61
Calif., who has eve r NifMGam* Frees* 3b H 1 Hardy cd 3000Mazerkl !! OUTERS 1 0
NEW YORK LOS ANGELES 2L 2 0 Crete 3000 Sttew-ProoI Witty Proofing
wrestled in international competition eel.c': Pack O.D. INSULATED
akrkfci Law p 'U1Notte' c 11.1::
ab r h H ..
won a berth on the U.S. To Send 40 Klaus 3b 4000 Wilts ss 5000McMUIaA Roberts ph 1000Lillis 57c 4 NUV' .""T
f S S 1 t 0 Giliiam :3!> 3110 ph 1000 !! Welt -. ..... .3.17 c.flq. cop .17 'p
Olympic team Friday, pinning Dllpherrl3lllW.Davlsd 4010 Totals 30392 Totals 0 0I ... I lie Ca..ovflo.e hat . : : 2.37 99 3 97

Leonard Kauffman of Lebanon, HAVANA (AP) Cuba will Hkkmand3)lST.DavlsN 4121 i iC"ftizure urh .. .... ,_...... at .:*0*:3EOoftdenoiw I I c-- ...ea -= :...... .... '. 5.97 ....... ., ---.I.

Irk Ore., with less than a minute togo send 40 athletes to Tokyo for the SmilItIf c 4S31F.IrlllD 3111 Griffith rf 4030 4011 .I.4euafe ............"_....... III 105 NI-I i ::d.. ..-.. c.. f",.',uit .. 1,57 ALL GAUGES -.::;'.:::

t in their freestyle match.In Kranepf 'b 30 1 0 Roseboro c 3515 Schofl id 2. DP-Houston U- U( L Hulltial Vest .. .. .. 3.7 HIGH BRASS .....11-
10-24 Olympic the Kanehl 2b 4000 Oliver 2b 2000. ...
Oct. games, 1' LOB-rhfaburgft 5 Houston
a final round Greco-Roman Stallordp 2000 Parker pn 1000 ,
IB-I..aw. SchofieW Clememe. Kaska.Saclem. .
I match In the heavyweight cater -Cuban Olympic Committee said Cisco p p OOOUMiller 1000 Tcewskl ft 2080 1500Wakend ..., Kasko. Oendenon SF- .

gory, Bob Pickens of Evanston, Saturday. They will compete in Moon ph 1000CamOII 1000 I.F.: ....... .-Law.. . IP M. CRBBSO OPEN 9-9 SUN. 12-7 a QUALITY DIe..,,""',.......
pft .
CMNiSVILLE Acres Fre Parking .. ..IVS
p lulmesed At.An
,111. joined the Olympic team by boxing, fencing, basketball, Total*. 334 8) Totals JS 'I' :awWl1-i2..9' 2'' 0 1 S _
tertebart L o-ll 5 S J 3 S I U. 4'1 N. at 23rd Blvd. 376.8292I DISCOUNTS vsat gss s IS1II1t CHIt
eliminating Jim Raschke of weight lifting, gymnastics, New York ... ..... .. .. 00 eo 010-4 JoMs .... J 0 S S 1 1 I eavp gsaf1nt.aed $ UT BAT
LAa50IN .............. 100 881 0011lgJSgtiWFr. C CI JwwaT..,..,.. .1 5.5 S II
Omaha Neb.j ,, track and rowing. T-J:67. A-4.04Z.

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Gainesville Sun Sunday September 13, 1954

MARKET I Barry Asks for Score in Viet Nun

.. BUSINESS 1 I : - '-"' .....
J -
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Viet Nam now is the time to I 000 people have seen him on the "basic lack of
W'Chrysler understanding11about
REVIEW Barry Goldwater demarded Sat- tell the people about it. If thereis campaign trail. the responsibilities of

.: urday that President Johnson a solution brewing there, now "When 250,000 turn out to see American president.And an

r in tell South the nation what is going on is the time to tell the American a Republican candidate, that Sen. Pierre Salinger, D-
Viet Nam without "
means something, he said. Calif.
was Kennedy's
Pact Is Cheered "waiting for a politically opportune -people about it. In Seattle on Wednesday, secretary, said Goldwater's press

L'F moment" to turn the "This is not the time to be Goldwater charged that the charge on the Cuban crisis was

c spotlight on it. fighting a war in the dark, to be Democrats, under the late the "wildest distortion the

Refueling a smouldering facing an uncertain future in the President John F. Kennedy, facts of history have been bent

But Inflation Wave FearedBY < campaign controversy, the dark to be waiting for a politi- timed the Cuban crisis to "take beyond any recognition."

-: '- Republican residential nominee cally 'pportune moment to turn action at a time that would have
'.,: charged again that the Demo- the it" maximum political impact." Goldwater said Administration .
spotlight on
BY THOMAS E. MULLANEY ductivity that it had calculatedfor lines dose not suggest ,the inflationary .. ..- crats timed the October 1962 "Am er i ca n s must be spokesmen deny it, but the I
: Cuban missile crisis for political Goldwater thus kept up the Democrats are "not beyond
N. Y. Times Financial Editor American industry. The character of the prepared," he said at that time I
r* advantage.And bareknuckled punching at John- manipulating a foreign
NEW YORK.-With a major settlement breach d policy !
hrysler e Chrysler contract, the sto c kmarket's "under such an administration
he implied Johnson is son that marked the first weekof crisis in order to influence an
economic uncertainty seemingly : -that ceiling by a wide margin. performan c e last to be faced by crisis of some
doing the same thing with his campaign for the White election.He .
removed last week'swage week now
) by does.
Little will certainly
complaint probably sort just before election.
settlement by th! Chrysler be heard from Washington, The motor issues, naturally, the situation in Southeast Asia. House. He heads south Tuesdayfor What will it be this time?" said Rusk and Salinger j.

Corp., the stock market however. The automotive union led the way, but the steels "This administration appearsto another round. ignore it but "this was done
celebrated in a rousing rally. farm issues be.playing politics with inter- Next morning he said "it
had never accepted the sug equipment some His statement was issued at prior to the last congressional
The spirit of caution that had lion that it must hold its wage utilities and airlines also mov- A national crisis and potential Republican national headquarters -could develop any place. Iwouldn't election when the Administration I

enveloped investing and busi- demands to the government's ed higher. disaster," Goldwater said in a while the nominee relaxes be surprised" if it happened waited for dangerous days

ness people most of the sum- "guidelines." It. had computed Most railroad shares failedto : statement.The and conferred with top aides. in Cuba again. and weeks before taking action,

mer evaporated at once. It was its own productivity increase make much headway, despite Arizona senator added: Secretary of State Dean Rusk or even speaking out, in regard I I'

replaced by a well above that of all industryand continued progress on the CARTER "If there is a crisis growing The senator has, claimed 250- said Goldwater was showing a to the Soviet missiles in Cuba."

wave of confi- ,the gains won from Chrysler industry's merger movement. i

dence. Market are about in line with the However, surprising dividend

letter wite r s 4.9 per cent goal set by the actions by the Pennsylv a n ia BankersIn LBJ Critical of Foe's I
'becamein- increasingly union earlier this year. and New York Central Rail- BattlegroundWASHINGTON

roads gave them belated I .....
bulBusiness : The admini stration, of Area To -
lish as the key I had not strength. Both went back t o ,
limited its
course dividend (AP) Presi- was unfortunate that Gold- three branches of government Canadian border near Elaine
quarterly scheoules after -
stock I
averages urgings for restraint to wages.It several of dent Johnson made light of Sen. water's remarks on crises could today's Supreme Court is the Wash., and there commemorate

pushed throughto 'had coupled its plea with a dividend years sporadic in Meet HereMore Barry Goldwater's tax cut not have been confined to: least faithful to the constitutional implementation of the Columbia
new highs day after day. reduce payouts, apparently
suggestion that industry preparation for their long- proposal Saturday and was domestic audiences which he tradition of limited govern- River Basin treaty.
The common reaction was prices, a suggestion tha: labor i awaited than 250 bank critical of the effort by his said would understand them. ment." Johnson said he and Pearson

satisfaction that an agreement has loudly seconded. Some profit merger.. taking from 14 Republican rival to make the Johnson suggested that lead- Asked for his views on Gold- would part there and he wouldgo
developed -
a county area
had been freely reached and Businessmen, however, have in the non-ferrous metal Supreme Court a campaign ers of foreign governments water's proposal for annual tax to Seattle to address a civic

confidence that there will pro- never placed much stock in stocks following the election of north central Florida are .reading Goldwater's comments, cuts of five per cent over a five- dinner that evening.In .

bably be no disruption in thenation's price-reduction as a means of a moderate president in Chile pected here Tuesday for the ; I.might not know how to inter- year period, Johnson said: response to a question

great economic expansion -assuring economic stability and and settlement of most (,f the nual meeting of the Johnson also expressed displeasure -pret them. "It would be pretty difficult to Johnson did not rule out the

now 43 months old. avoi&ng inflationary excesses. labor contract difficulties between Bankers Association, G r 0 u that Goldwater hasxiblicly Johnson was asked at one try to budget five years in possibility of an appearance
Largely overlooked were the The steel industry tried it in suggested that the 1962 advance and during the Portland
Kennecott Copper and Two. point what he thought of any to anticipate either day at Ore.
inflationary overtones of an the 1950's but it was judged a the United Steelworkers. missile crisis was timed attempt to involve the Supreme expenditures or revenues." He is said to be considering an

agreement that raises costs ina failure and the reductions were Although the basic trend was A business meeting of )y the Democratic administra Court in the campaign. The President said he didn't invitation to make a luncheon

key industry by almost 5''soon rescinded. upward .and the key market bankers is set for 5:30 p.mTuesday .for political effect and that : "I think that there is nothing know anyone in business or speech in Portland.

per cent and sets up an in- Even before the automotive averages scored huge gains in at the Gainesville crisis might be similar- to be gained by involving another -government who had done that. Johnson also announced thaton

viting target in other regotia-,settlement, prices were moving climbing to historic peaks numerous and Country Club, to be y motivated.The independent branch of gov- Goldwater's proposed stringof Thursday he would fly from

t i 0 ns during the next year. higher in industrial raw mater- stocks worked by a social hour and dinner. President, chatting with ernment in a campaign," John- tax cuts would hinge in parton Seattle to Sacramento, Calif., at

Some industries are not near- ials. Recent weeks have seen counter to the t r e n d.: The on a four-mile 13-lap son replied. i anticipation of rising reve- the invitation of Gov. EdmundG.
ly as able to afford an expen- upward adjustments in paper week's tally showed 803 stocks Robert N. Carter around the backyard of the Goldwater, in a speech Fridayin nues and assumed success in Brown of California.
sive wage settlement &s are furniture and metals prices, advanced and 533 declined. at the University of Florida College House said he thought it Chicago said that "Of aU controlling spending. He said he and the governor
the prosperous auto companies.The and the trend almost of Business Administration would discuss
seems The list of 20 most active I official matters of
administration had been I certain to broaden, even if the issues,, however, had a heavy will be the guest speaker. Carter Johnson never once usedGoldwater's mutual interest.
warning earlier this of ,auto do not join the will speak on the name in responding
year companies preponderance of plus signs. Asked whether he would makea
increases that exceededthe of higher price3, "Banking Your Image. Jesus Emanuel questions on campaign utterances -
wage parade Chrysler topped it with a net the GOP speech in Sacramento Johnson .
I by candidate.
3.2 per cent gain in pro If comparison with the guide- gain of ,3% on a turnover of Purpose of the meeting is One newsman noted that i said, "I don't know."

69,709 shares. discuss current problems affecting neither had Johnson in his own I II He also said he was planning

Pan American Airways was the banking business and Visits GainesvilleJesus I speeches, used the name of his. to go to Oklahoma in the near
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, SEPT. 11e next, rising % on trading o f cultivate a more intimate business rival. The reporter asked when I future and that it might be a

( ) New Ym i1 181,200 shares. It was followedby and social relationship between Johnson could be expected to nonpolitical trip.

High low Close Net Chg. rose Ford:S'/fe and and 2 Anaconda%, respectively.which bankers. Emanuel, a humbl based Peace Mission which begin attacking Goldwater by dedicate Johnson a reportedly dam at plans Eufala to,

25 Rails 145.07 143.30 144.68 Up 1.11 In fifth place was Comsat Florida Bankers who wages a continuo, numbers millions of Negroes name. Okla., Sept. 26.
25 !Industrillls: 890.20. 875.08 886.24 Up 7.77 which had a sharp decline from I officers who are expected fight against two of the na. among its members, and the "I don't believe much in Many of the questions asked

,,50 Stocks 517.63 509.19 515.46 Up 4.44 I 16 to closing price of 36% attend include David B. Irons 1 largest Negro organiza-. powerful Black Muslims. personal attacks and never'. Johnson dealt with politics and

in its first week of trading on 'president of Stuart; M. G. Nelson returned to Gainesville Last year, Emanuel came have," Johnson replied. the campaign and one was a

the big board. vice president, during his annual south-. here with stories of communist Reminded that Goldwater],request for his assessment of

MARKET FLASHES Other features were Da Pont, I City and W. H. Dial, second I tour. infiltration in the Peace M is hasn't hesitated to jab at the:;!the progress of the campaign.

STOCK which jumped 15% points on resident, Orlando. Emanuel's adversaries arc! sion. This year, his crusade President by name, Johnson I "About all I know about it,"

the week; American Telephone, Divine's Philadelphi,. has expanded to include the replied, "That's his privilege." he said, "is what I read."
which eased %, and I.B.M., Local Group Two officers are I Muslims.He After the President had Pressed to explain what he's
NEW YORK (AP) -' The Monday for Labor Day. It been
J. E. Pierson, president of thE the
which fell 13% in the four says two organizations
t hiking for about hour been reading, Johnson said he
an Mrs.
stock market has left no doubtas ,
The Dow industrials last week trading sessions. University City Bank of Gainesville 0'i"Ford Talks are linked in exploitationof
Johnson came into the thought the voters were in
to where it stands as the backyardand
rose 18.82 to' 867.13. Some brokers chairman; A. P. Nott the Negro race.
The New York Times combined made stab pretty good shape and
a at
catching were
sometimes risky post-Labor Day were talking of the average vice president of the First National His major argument is with up
of 50 t ks with him. happy and contented.All .
s o c ;
period gets under way. It made reaching 900 by year's end. average Bank of Live Oak, vic 1 Over Pact the Peace Mission. E m an uel
its largest weekly gain of the climed 14.23 points on the chairman and Dale Smith the The First Lady trailed the in all, he gave the impres-
The Associated Press ; says present Father Divineis
averageof week and cIo /" at 515.46. It presidential group for a full lap ;sion that he was optimistic
year 60 stocks advanced 5.6 to cashier of the High Spring!i an imposter placed in power
was helped preciably b of than about his Nov. 3 chances.
' A big stimulus to stock priceswas yThursday's With UAWDETROIT more a quarter mile but
Bank the
323.8 historic secretary. by Communist
a high which Party.
Chrysler's eleventh-hour labor point gain, the no one saw her. One reporter said, however,
settlement with United Au- topped the previous record of best daily advance since last Emanuel claims the original A White House secretary ran I J that he had heard complaintsthat
322.0 made July 17. Site (AP) With Ford Father Divine died in 1950 -
Dec. 5. YoutlIeet the'
out into the campaign
, to Workers. Another factor was driveway ahead of
held and he offers death
in hopes a .
the election of a moderate can- This was the biggest gain The Dow-Jones industrial index progress the President and shouted "Mr. organization is faltering in some
didate for president in Chile since the week ended Nov. 30 rose 18.82 points to 867.13. HELSINKI, Finland (AP) in the auto industry ficate in proof. Emanuel also President, Mrs. Johnson is''areas because of loose manage.
that strike might be he is the son of the real
a says
when the AP
which dispelled fears that American average rose 11.3 The combined rise in this well- 'The World Youth Festival'sinternational trying to catch up with you!" ment.
Father Divine
in this entire round of a claim upheldin
copper companies would in. a recovery from the selling watched average has starteda j committee meet. The President stopped then "I think that's pretty true in
face expropriation there if the which accompanied President new guessing game in Wall J lug here decided the next festi- negotiations and top-speed Philadelphia courts last and waited for Mrs. Johnson to all campaigns," Johnson said.
left-wing candidate were elect Kennedy's assassination. Street houses: will the indus- 'val will be in Algiers the first of new 1965. year.Emanuel's goal is to oust the join him and, holding hands But he added that the basic

ed. Volume for the four-day trading -tirals go over 900 before election I meeting outside Europe. Forty- will go unimpeded.Ford the United Auto spiritual leader and the they made the 13th and final lap :Democratic organization is "in
Another factor in the vigorous week totaled 20,904,600 day? j j lwo countries will participate. Peace Mission expose together. pretty good shape."
wake of communist
in the as a
trading and generally optimistic shares not much below the 21-, UAW's, meeting contract settlement front. Johnson announced early in. Johnson at another point said
354,220 shares traded in the former President
attitude the of pre- Harry S.
was return '
He said he intends the walk that he will had :
Chrysler, talked over to file as
vious week. Truman .
vacationing members of five-day has written him offering
many aspects of the Chrys- legal action against the organ .been expected fly to Great
to assist in
the financial Bond in all campaign
community. nearly
agreement before going into ization upon his return to Philadelphia 'Falls Mont., Wednesday to pickup :
Strength in motors, steels and tors of the market worked down in about I Prime Minister any way the President may
bargaining Sunday or 10 days. H e Lester B. ;
other industrials pushed the last week, continuing a trend of hopes the courts will install him :Pearson of Canada and with wish.
He did not indicate whether
closely-watched Dow Jones in- several weeks' duration. Ii
,. Negotiations have been as leader of the mission. I IEmanuel's the Canadian leader, then fly to
dustrial average to a record' Volume totaled a par value of I Vancouver J he would urge Truman to make
of at B.C.
by the past experience
of the four 4 campaign speeches. But he did
on every one I' $40,094,000, an improvementover with
outward harmony.The the Mission and the Black The President
said he
trading days. The New York the $39,206,000 of the pre- and say he hopes to go to Independnce -
three-year Chrysler Muslims indicate he has the ]Pearson would
I drive from ,
Stock Exchange was closed vious week. 4 Mo., to see Truman -
including maximum courage of his convictions. Vancouver I
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: W objective at both Ford and earlier this year when he was

IEI\ business brle'ft.v:, Motors. attacked while distributing leaf- DEPEND ON THE FINEST

The Chrysler terms, agreed lets criticizing Elijah Muham-
= e. ._ .._ ._ ', in principle and still to be put mad, leader of the Muslims.The .
'W : '!:: ; ?i ::f-ff::: formal writing, cover 74,000 leaflets prepared by

workers. The union will Emanuel branded Muhammad
BACKS POLITICS SAAB DEALER to get the same or better, a "mix bred phony his' ."
Workers at the General Elec- RepliCars Inc., of 115 SE 2nd Ford's 165,000 UAW mem message from Allah is to help I

tric plant at Hague will be ask- St., has been appointed as the and General Motors' 350- slavery. I will debate with him!

ed to make voluntary political SAAB dealer for this area. GM talks follow those at 11 and prove he is a phony and:

contributions in a non partisan In addition to the Swedishcar let the people be the judge." !

campaign. RepliCars also sells' Alfa By tradition, a settlement I Emanuel, whose thick black

General Manager L. P. Hart Romeos. The firm will sell three one company has been beard is sprinkled with grey'
$ settlements with the hairs won't reveal his but
Jr. said the "Dollars for Citi- SAAB models-the SAAB 96 cJ' yi ; by age
zenship "drive will continue live passenger sedan; a seven Chrysler this year was he appears between 30 and 35

through September.He passenger station wagon UAW's No. 1 target. The years old. I
and the Monte Carlo sports se came 55 minutes He comes South each year I
said the goal is to encour- a strike deadline last because "southern newspapers,

age each GE employe to con- dan.Lee Gordon is president of Receives AwardDean give justice to my story." :
tribute at least one hour's pay NURSING HOME CAREMembers
to the candidate or party of RepliCars. Niederkohr, right, meat market manager at
JUNIOR ARTISTSA Winn-Dixie Supermarket, on N.W. 6th Street off
his choice.
series of advertisemen University Avenue, receives an award for 20 years I WANTED! of the Florida Nursing Home Association

F. A. Vernon is the chair- featuring the drawings and service from Sain Thompson, meat merchandiser subscribe to the Code of Ethics of the

man. paintings of local childrenwill from' the Jacksonville division offices of the grocery J Ji i American Nursing Home Association.
be sponsored beginning this chain. Niederkohr is 10-year resident of Gaines
Hart said the drive is hisfirm's week by the University City ville. a' JI I MENWOMENfrom Working together for a common good these

response to the recommendation -Bank. homes establish the standards of professional

by the President's I ages 18 to 52. Prepare Lincoln Service has helped nursing home core in Florida.
Commission on Campaign Costs The junior artists have been I FOR LESS THAN THE COST OF A COKEA now for U. S. Civil Service job thousands prepare for these
that companies in painting their interpretations of j openings in this area during the tests every year since 1948. II They are dedicated to providing the highest
engage the bank's facilities for the last i DAY, YOU CAN HAVE THIS Government positions pay os is one of the largest and oldest
partisan political activities. high as $446.00 a month to privately owned schools of its quality care for our aged and infirm.
two weeks in classes sponsoredby pI, AUTO INSURANCE PROTEC- start. They provide much kind and is not connected with
GETS CHARTER Gainesville Sun staff artist i TION. greater security than private the Government THE GAINESVILLE NURSING CENTER when

Laurnel of Gainesville Inc. of Mrs. Marcia Riley. I 1J 10,000-20,000,5,000 Liability portunitv employment for and advancement.excellent op- For FREE information on Government present construction is completed, will have a

720 NW 13th St., has receivedits Vice President Paul Johnson -! 'k:! -. $1,000. Medical Many positions require little or jobs including .list of completely modem 100 bed nursing home.
incorporation charter from and his assistant, Ed Rob; i-r $1,000. Accidental Death no specialized education or ex positions and salaries, fill out
coupon and mail I at once Approved by Florida Blue Cross for
erts took the children Uninsured Motorist Protection perience.
Ii I
Sec. of State Tom Adams. get TODAY. You will also get full
But to one of these jobs Senior Citizen Comprehensive Contract.
through the bank. I III i I Quarterly Payments must a test. The corndetails on how you can prepare
of the pass
Incorporators restaur-
Roberts said he felt it was un- III if Discounts petition is keen and in some yourself for these tests.
ant firm listed by attorney Henry fortunate that children cannot I'' Hf II S 5 Yr. Continuation Guaranteed only one out of five pass. Don't delay ACT NOW! S Central, air conditioning
Barber Jr. are Theodore A. get more art instruction in the, 11111 All this and more with the New Mone<
Nielsen W. Barber SERVICE, Dept. 89 Supervised by a physician
Henry Jr., schools and encouraged class 'U Saving GOLD KEY AUTO POLICY
and D. Harris. Incorporators Pekin, Illinois
. Joseph -room teachers to contact him A. A. Okus Administrator Korherine.Okus, R.N,
orn very much interested. Please send"me absolutely FREE (Cl
are not necessarily
.t or the Sun for a tour' of the I C.Emoiy CrossJ 'list of U.S. Government positions and salaries ,(2) 'Informotk Phone 376-6214
company bank and an art lesson. All I fncg how to qualify for a U.S. Government Job.,
One hundred shares of common children'and schools are welcome -i . . . . . . Age . .
stock were authorized in, to participate in the ser' 1109 N. MAIN 376-4582 reet . . . . . Phone . .. GAINESVILLE NURSING CENTER

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Auxiliary is one of the few the hospitalized associate degree at a junior recent acquisition. treasurer and Mrs. James
women's organizations in this children, college or a BS degree at The Auxiliary is buying spe- Lackey, historian. r'
a4Z' county volunteering t h eir and by the x. the University of Florida College cialized equipment amountingto Committee chairmen are:
services on a year round bas- I of Nursing.This $6,204.95 which includestwo Mrs. Joyce Bennett, membership
_. { ftawn y, y. is. v olunteers, t f a'x scholarship aid is given donor chairs for the blood ; Mrs. T. M. Mehaffey I
w The twelve months are bus- who spend as an outright grant if the bank already in use. hours; Mrs. A. T. Cobb baby

.J ily occupied by the volunteer many hours recipient agrees to work for In addition, the Auxiliaryhas project; Mrs. Frank Lee
: f 0l" .f. ,. workers who operate Alachua playing and Nktt4 one year at the hospital. Otherwise set aside $5,000 to be usedin blood bank and beauty shop;

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under the direction of Mrs. J. them.Another. the student at a low interest Wing. defense; Mrs. J. V. Lipham
E. Hipp. During the month of o$ A rate. Mrs. Carlton Van Ar- The Alachua General Hos- courtesy Mrs. Norman Mehr-

--. _. Mrs. Emory Bell, TV chairman, demonstrates -; July, 339 volunteer work Auxiliary nam is chairman of this com- pital Auxiliary works with hof, hostess; Mrs. J. N. An-
hours were recorded with service is f.Y f. mittee. the hospital staff liasion committee derson Jr. house and grounds;
the use of the remote control unit for .
profits totaling $1200. rendered bya 'g aaj; The Auxiliary furnishes tel- headed by Dr. Walter Mrs. G. W. Schwalbe, sewing;
patient Tom Gause. Mrs. Marion Harshberg e r, member evisions for rental to patients. Murphree in screening requests Mrs. Robert Treweek, social.
chairman of the gift shop who is on for equipment and Also Mrs. William W i 1 son,
TV sets have also been placedin
section reported 459 work duty at the : improvements. telephone, Mrs. Dick WIl-
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Pediatrics Ward is as countless telephone queries.The equipment for the hospital.A ; Mrs. H. P. Constans recipient of the first honorary

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the Auxiliary members scholarship fund' for students used to elevate or reduce the R. D. Walker corresponding the organization. !

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Gainesville Sun Sunday. September 13, 1964

Werths Now At HomeMr. GOP Downtown-On .The Square '"

i : and Mrs. Kenneth Dan- .
: iel Werth are making their ;: <04'i Tea SetTuesday
fi -
i home in Gainesville after

their marriage, which took ,t) < "<: i" "' f ..tr-. :.; ::'.. '",y. ,Jrr
TUESDAY, September 15 Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. a ww y e .wy.ptLSTr1
Tea complimenting Miss Berl C. Winters, 10 a.m., place at the First Baptist' ? : > \ ,
Church of Valparaiso.
Edwinna Murphey, fiancee Ion a Chapel of the First :
of Verley J. Spivey of Presbyterian Church. Mr. Werth is employed bya f ; ':

Jacksonville, 4 to 5:30: p. m., Coke party honoring Miss Gainesville insurance com lt{ 4i : .; The Alachua County Repub- .
Mrs. John W. Hoover and Martha Jane Edwards of Irvine pany and Mrs. Werth will attend t\ I lican Women's Club will en- t. "-

her daughter, Miss Rose bride elect of Doug the University of Flori :-1t; 'i-?$ ,, .:.,- tertain with its annual tea for
Hoover, 2107 NW Fourth Davis, Valdosta, Ga., 10:30to : da.Rev. : ;! Lsi" :t '$ Th 'H:: '.. members and guests Tues-
Place. 12:30: p.m. Mrs. Spurgeon J. C. McLendon performed ':; :{ ; : 1. day afternoon at the home of \uddjLiA .---

WEDNESDAY, September 16 Cherry and Mrs. Percy the double ring cere- I'.wf t; + "J. it. Mrs. Gordon N. Owen, 3107 ; '
Luncheon feting Miss Ed- Beard at the former's home, mony. SW 4th Court. I
manna Murphey, bride elect 2209 NW Ninth Place. The bride is the former :/ < :
There will be three hourly
Miss Gail i ,
of-Verley J. Spivey of Jack FRIDAY, September 18 Galloway, daughter / .t ;t. Jf" :- -'?- :
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. periods: 2 to 3 p.m., 3 to 4 1
sonville, 12:30: p.m., Mrs. E. Coffee feting Miss Edwinna f a a : .- 4-'f' ;i .::
of Valparaiso, and < ;t. p.m., and 4'to 5-p.m. "
Galloway :
Murphey fiancee of Verle
L. Pierce, 1822 NW Seventh y _. r-
Mr. Werth is the of Mr. r. .. S1 .J ... '.' t -
Ptece. J. Spivey of Jacksonv i 11 e son ,, '. i Mrs. William Ewing is ,
THURSDAY, September 17 10 a.m., Mrs. Frank Lee, and Mrs. John S. Werth of r.r.N: ,. .. ,:: :.,-u.-:/ 'i"f chairman of the membership 1.. ...

Wedding of Miss Linda i Ocala Road.Williston. Scarsdale, N. Y. t h t / .' .,. ,' ; y".', *. $_-. <{ Y''fi lM.: committee.She Real Swinger in Soft Suede, .J ,
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Marie Kirkpatrick, daughter f J j> :1.'I': ::. b is assisted Mrs. Albert ElCtJ..e .....M
Club Given in marriage by her : by The
ofT Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. t' 41 :1 ....
and father, the bride wore a floor- L yo..) : :: ." '- .' Barrett, Mrs.William.
Kilpatrick, Kenneth C. I. ', .' .t1" : : -t Ji
Begins Season of white de : < -:- : Koughonour, Mrs. R. Earle America with fashion .. ... ..
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gown .
1'\:tt' ..... ,''': WILLISTON Opening the soie and lace. She carried a T t. _"" Higgenbotham, and' Mrs. Gordon rave! Way-out and fancy free. it's the Bootle with :
club season tomorrow, the Bible and white carnationsand 't' . :' 'uW N. Owen.Bowling,
: :: : 'k.-t. with skirts ,.
'tdk t 1" a soft suede feet. It's the right look plaid -
Williston Woman's Club will orchid. .. ':,1+ .:::..2. '. t} .", &r':' ."' i-\' ':\..: .
$ ; f 1! *--k: t *!:{ ,and bulky sweaters. $ -
meet at 3:30 p.m. in the club- Mrs. Jane Galloway, sisterin y"it.; y i f ,:*, r -. :.f"'V':.. 1:$ .; QOO
house. law of the bride, was ma- '" : r' 9. :.l.. \,'i1t1.t,; 't LeagueTo -
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1 Yearbooks will be distributed tron of honor. Bridesmaids 1". ; .::. tt-1*: .
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and ,committees will be were Miss Lynn Werth, Miss : .
appointed by Mrs. Travis Lucy Werth and Miss Peggy : i fm : :;': ';:, : ;: llt .JJ..4 ri'x Organize fkw) th :
Harris, president. Werth, sisters of the bride '...1lf/ ,. _- ., + .....-. ': I
..,,'f7 v.. i, ., x,*.*aj 3 ye m :?'....v,* $ *',*' <; **>.{;.' : }:Py.":"':1fJ...... Monday .
Guest speakers for the aft- ;frt., t.J!' : .t "
groom. : .c"> ,\\. ':'.1iv. .:p::tw.M.to.. "........ ;;a$1<;;f1 ;fi. .t
will be Joe of The attendants floor ) '
ernoon Mobley wore .& C ; 4tMrs. i t1 for
reg5- value i Ocala, member of the Central" length gowns of avocado taffeta ; { t:i)...... : .- ; :jl- .;. the Orgaonizational Thursday Morning meeting Bowling, SHOES
Florida Junior Faculty and carried of
College bouquets
Kenneth Daniel Werth Coffee League will be held on
who is to discuss adult yellow chrysanthemums.Little Monday at 9:30 a.m., at Palm .. ... ....
education and Henry Pow Miss Janet Galloway, loway, Wayne Wincey, Char- Following the ceremony, Lanes, Waldo Road. ._
MoisturePetals ell, principal of the Willis- flower girl, carried a basketof les Anderson and Mickey the bride's parents entertain- -..
ton High School, who will red rose petals. Werth. Drew Galloway was ed at a reception in the Fel- The meeting, originally $7.99 .
discuss the citizen's responsibility John R. Werth Jr., was ring bearer. lowship Hall of the church. scheduled last Thursday, was
for education at the lo- best man for his brother. Ush cancelled due to Hurricane
cal level. ers were Dr. Armphy Gal- Dora.
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1I I engagement of their daughter,.

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t Dr. John Seaborn McKenz I e, B rki cSanchezrick's ffr
III, son of Dr. and Mrs. John
$ggg. (t Seaborn McKenzie of Fort The engagement of Miss Catholic Church. f\\ ,
Myers. Neda Maria Brkic to Domingo \
The elect Is the
The bride elect is employed C. Sanchez, is announced bridegroom
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r J. Emory Cross. mother, Mrs. Ivana B. Brkic, Sanchez of Santiago Chile. and
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dentist in Fort Myers. min Moskovic of Gainesville. Miss Brkic was graduatedfrom lZb. calf . . $7.99 r
Plans are being made for a The wedding will be solem P. K. Yonge Laboratory

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) I x II MercerHaworthWILLISTONMr. enrolled at the University of
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Dletstuto I and Mrs. Miss., with the 3506th School student.
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/OVhO TgN approaching marriage of their The wedding will be an Add grated pared cucumber y' .
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Sunday.. September 13. 1964 Gainesville Sun 38PreNuptial '

,. Pearce-VestaL Vows .Repeated Parties ENGAGEMENTS Bridal I I 1Luncheon' e I.I

Solemnized Saturday eve- t

ning, the wedding of Miss Fete Miss EdwardsContinuing ,

Anne Kendrick Vestal daughter x JonesGilesMr. 1
.'of Mrs. Julian Vestal, and I

Leland Sidney Pearce, son of and Mrs. Edmund Ruf-
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Clifton : the pre nuptial Two Hostesses Entertain
fin Jones Jr.
Pearce of Okeechobee, 4 courtesies feting Miss Martha Miss Jo Nez Love and Miss announce the :
took place at the Holy Trin- Jane Edwards of Irvine, Julie Evans entertained witha engagement of their daughter Given
ity Episcopal Church. whose wedding to Doug Davis buffet supper at the Holi- Miss Frances Dabn ey Q ..... I
Rev. of Valdosta, Ga., will be day Inn feting Miss Edwards Jones, to Donald Moore Giles, : ,
Eugene Ruyle :
performed s In nuptial courtesy to"Miss i 1
an event of September 26, and Mr. Davis.Tropicana pre
i t the ceremony before son of Mr. and Mrs. Willi- Edwinna
several have been given r e- MmpheyI
'. roses, pale green 4
an altar adorned with arrangements cently. tapers and greenery were am Vernon Giles of Lynch- bride elect of Verity Jew I

of white roses Mrs. Ben 0. Franklin was combined in the floral decor- burg, Va. moine Spivey, a luncheon..
and gladioli. Dr. David hostess was given Saturday a ( t e iv-
I for a luncheon Tues- ations. ,On the wall behind
Stryker was organist. day afternoon at the Gaines- the U-shaped table, two half- The wedding will be an noon by Mrs. W. E. Lea rand -

Given in ,marriage by Dr. ville Golf and County Club white bird cages filled with event of October 30 at the Mrs. E. W. Jac u n skI,'

I James Carr of Atlanta, Z'. Y '3s6 ;o ArH. honoring the bride elect. roses and greenery held Holy Trinity EpiscopalChurch. who entertained at the-
a family friend, the bride rya Pink and white colors were smilax swags which extendedto Gainesville Golf and Country:

wore a floor length silk used and a wedding ring a central cupid figurine.A Club.
faced peau de soie redingote theme was featured in the needlepoint f o o tpoint Miss Jones was graduatedfrom Seasonal flowers in pink '

sheath. The gown featured a appointments, w f t haw e riding footstool, made by Miss Love, St. Mary's Junior College and white formed the centerpiece -
chapel train with appliques ring Raleigh; N.C., and is j
arrangement c en- was presented to the bridal for the luncheon tables
k of re embroidered ,Alencon 74r cc tering the table. couple. presently attending R a n- which was also appointed in I
Macon Woman's College -
lace and seed pearls. Her $r xCe Corsages of white roses Guests included the honorees dolph pink and white. i

bouffant veil of illusion fell were presented to Miss Ed- Miss Carolyn Johnson, Lynchburg, Va. The Miss Frances Dabney Jones I
from a peau de soie flower :3 qq4 wards and her mother, Mrs.L. Miss Helen Graham Miss bride-elect is the maternal I Corsages were presented to I

t\ and she carried.a cascade of K. Edwards Jr. of Irvine. Judy Brill, Miss Robin G ra granddaughter of. Rev. and the bride -to-be and her 1
white roses and an orchid. Invited guests included the ham, Miss Kathy James Mrs.: Cecil Cooper Bell and Chou-En-lia 111 mother, Mrs. Milledge Mur- ,
of the 'late Rev. and Mrs. phey. ;
Attendants Wear Green honoree, her mother, Mrs. J. Miss Dixie Hardman, Miss _
fAr Edmund Ruffin Jones.Thebridegroom HONG KONG
Miss Sharon Kay Robertson N. Anderson, Mrs. J. Milton Linda Gertner, Mr. and Mrs.L. (AP) Invited guests included the! .
Chou En-lai of Red China
: attended the bride as Brownlee Mrs. Clifford C. K. Edwards III, Mr. and elect was honoree, her mother, Mrs. '
t maid of honor. Beasly, Mrs. S. A. Hussey, Mrs. William McCrae, Mr. graduated from E. C. Glass has been hospitalized with an James M. Gable, Mrs. Frank
I undisclosed illness Chinese
: BridesmaTron was Mrs. ,_. Mrs. Roy L. Purvis, Mrs. W. and Mrs. James G. Feiber, High School Lynchburg, and a May, Mrs. John Hoover,
aT "-'-'---'- said Satur-
I James Lindsey, West Palm Mrs. Leland' Sidney Pearce B. Stotesbury, Mrs. W. C. Dink Henderson, Buddy Virginia Military Institute.He language newspaper said the healthof Miss Rose Hoover Miss
,I Beach, sister of the bridegroom O'Neal, Mrs. M. M. Parrish, J a cobs, Heyward Cantrell, is a ,member of Kappa day. The paper Clara Cox Miss Jennie Dek-
4 and bridesmaidswere white tapers decorated the Finnegan, all of Tampa; Mr. Mrs. Ernest Bell, Miss Eliza- Butch McKean, Torston An- Alpha fraternity.Mr. the 66-year-old Communist le, Miss Ann Johnson, Miss ;
} Mrs. Randolph Hardee, punch table. and Mrs. George Newton, beth Edwards, Miss Jo Nez derson, Art Campbell, Bill leader has been deterioratingsince Martha Reaves, Miss Marty.

I Ponte Vedra Beach; Miss Serving the cake were Mrs. Mrs. John Tabit, Miss Bev- Love, Miss Linda Gert n e r, Barkley, Tom Laughon and Giles is the maternal 1960. Rand, Miss Jeannine M u r--

Joanne Riley, Gainesv ille, Duane Houtz and Mrs. erly Tabit, Miss ,Diane Ko- Miss Julie Evans, Miss Jane Jim Muller. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. phey and Miss Jan Jacunski.

Miss Sandra Johnson, F ort Thomas Bloodworth. Pouring cak, Miss Vicki Landry, and Talley, and Miss Molly Frank Donald Graham Moore and The wedding of Miss Mur-
Lauderdale, and Miss J an punch were Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Henry Williams all of lin. the paternal grandson of Mrs. The American Indian is this be- phey and Mr. Spivey is to be
McWhorter, Orlando. Ferris and Miss Lucille Mer- Miami; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Buffet Luncheon Coconut is delicious sprinkledover lieved to have migrated to an event of October 3.
Venton Giles and
i The attendants wore floor- candante. Hardee, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mrs. W. C. O'Neal and Mrs. a white frosting atop a William country from Asia during the

length Empire sheaths of Miss Audry Urquhart and Scales, Mrs. Robert Ford Harry Duncan complimen white, yellow or banana cake. the late Mr. Giles. Ice Age.GracyEliot. This afternoon, the bride-

I pine green peau de soie with Miss Sandra .Robertson kept and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. the bride to be recently For extra interest, blend the elect is to be honored with a

panel trains and matching the bride's book. Smathers, Jacksonville; Mr. with a buffet luncheon for 20 coconut with grated lemon rind reception given in Jackson-
box hats. carried and Mrs. Rowland Burnstan, guests at the Duncan home. and then work together with
i pill They Wolfe the
Roy played or- ville by Mrs. V. T. S p i v e y,
bouquets of white roses. New York City, and Dr. and Pompons and Fijii chrysanthemums the back of a wooden spoon. _
Mr. and Mrs. L. Cecil Gra- Miss Gracy's mat e r nal mother of the bridegroom -
Douglas Thompson of Belle gan.The Mrs. James Carr of Athens, were used to Use V teaspoon of rind to %
bride wore a brown Ga. center the buffet table. coconut. cy announce the ,engagementand grandmother is Mrs. WilliamG. elect. Hours are to be from'
Glade best Ushers cup
suit and bone accessories for
of Nicklas of Gainesville and ""
I approaching marriage 4 to 5:30:
i were James Lindsey, West her costume.On p.m.
their daughter, Miss Ann her paternal grandparents are
Palm Beach, brother- in law Wedding Trip Moore Gracy, to Capt. John the late Mr. and Mrs. L. C.

of the bridegroom Randolph After a honeymoon in Ten- Jan Mickler Weds P. M. TemkoMiss Herbert Eliot, Mansfield, Gracy, early residents of this a. --- ,
Hardee, Ponte Vedra Beach, nessee and North Caro lin a, Ohio. city. :1 .-.I 1
Parker Willis, Jacksonville, t he newlyweds will make NANCY JANE I Iil
Michael Hollingsworth, West The bride to be was grad- Captain Eliot is the son of r
their home at 1808 NW 9th ,
Martha Jan Mickler the State College for The who left
Georgia couple
I Palm Beach, and I James yes- uated from P. K. Yonge Lab- Mr. and Mrs. Jhhn Henry i School of Dance
Yaufman, Gainesville. St.Out daughter of Mrs. Stubbs Mick- Women, and received her terday for New York, will i oratory School and holds a Eliot of Mansfield, Ohio. He )
of town guests included ler of Gainesville and J. Ellis bachelor,of music degree from reside in Skillman, New J er- music in from the >] -
bachelor of degree was graduated
The bride's mother chose Leland /
and Mrs.
207 N.E. 7th St.
Mickler of Huntsville Ala. Florida State f.
s from Northwestern Uni- United States Military Academy r
j\ a moss green crepe sheath Pearce and Clifford Pearce, and emko where she member of sey.Out of town included //9 372-2589
t Peter Michael T was a guests -
the West Point
Evanston 111. For at N. Y.
f harmonizing accessories and versity, -
. Okeechobee; Mrs. Clara son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary the bride's father, thebridegroom's two she has beena and is now stationed at Fort ;
I r an orchid corsage. The bridegroom's Pearce, S e b r i n g. grand- Temko of St. Petersburg, music fraternity. Presently parents, the past civilian years employee of the Hood. TAP BALLET, TOE,
mother wore a pink mother of the bridegroom; f I ACROBATICS JAZZ, .1
were married yesterday after- she is director of music ther- bride's grandmother, Mrs. United States Government in .
lace sheath, dubonnet accessories Mrs. Johnnie Hulsey, Haines noon at 4 o'clock at the home apy at the New Jersey Neuro- William O. Stubbs of Tampa; West Berlin.Delta The wedding, which takes BATON TWIRLING

i and an orchid corsage.. City grandmother of the of the bride's mother in Kirk- Psychiatric Institute, Princeton her aunts and uncles, Mr. place at the Gracy residence, : ,.
Reception Follows bridegroom; Mrs. J. H. Lock- wood. N.J. and Mrs. William' 0. StubbsJr. is set for October 3. I I

I, A reception followed the ett, Fort Basinger, and Mrs. Judge James C. Adkins Jr. Mr. Temko, a graduate of ., Mr. and Mrs. MalcolmP. Gammas -------: !:\

ceremony at the Holiday Inn. Pearl Pearce Stevens, Tam- officiated at the, ceremony in St. Mickler Jr., of Tampa,
Petersburg School
The bride's table, laid with pa, aunts' of the bridegroom' the presence of members 'of attended Florida High State University Mr. and Mrs. Howard IngleyJr. Meet TuesdayDelta SPECIALINTRODUCTORY : ,
a white lace tablecloth, was Mr: and Mrs. Roy Keen, Lake the families and a few close and is ., of Macon, Ga., Mrs. Ed- S i
decorated with lacy fern. An Wales;, Mr. and Mrs. Martin friends. tinuing his studies at con-the ward T. Mecutchen of Silver Gamma Alumnae will OFFER! :

I arrangement of .assorted Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. John The bride wore a champagne Manhattan School of Musicin Spring, Md., and her cou- hold their first fall meeting
i white flowers centered with Finnegan and Miss Mary beige silk linen suit with New York City. He is a sins, Miss Martha Stubbs and Tuesday b p.m. with Mrs.S. I'J

I matching hat and accessories. member of Phi Mu Alpha Miss Linda Mickler, Malcolm Doyle Webb, 3806 SW Fifth

j Immediately following the and Pi Kappa Lamba frater- Mickler III, Dennis, Place.
ceremony, an informal r e- nities. Paul, and Allan Ingley.
of the is
'I Purpose meeting
ception,,was held.
to welcome all new alumnaein
LADIES SPORTSWEAR DEPT. The bride's table was over- J
Gainesville, who are invit-
Year-Round, Ail-Weather DashIs laid cloth with and an centered imported with damask the I Honey Fitz 'Retired' ed to attend.

Yours in the Donna Maincoat= wedding cake and white t a- WASHINGTON (AP) The,when Kennedy was assassinat- Plans for the year will be

pers in silver candelabra at Honey Fitz, the presidential completed. .

.w either side. White flowers yacht on which the late John F. ed.When INST AlLA liON
and candles were placed at Kennedy found relaxation at' Kennedy was President,

other vantage points about sea, has retired to the Washington the Honey Fits was a familiar .

ri the reception rooms.A Navy Yard. sight in the waters off Palm : (Installation costs u$5 value)

program of music was Beach, Fla., and Hyannis Port .,....... .......... ;
\ The said "
) presented during the rece p- Pentagon Friday thaton Mass., where Kennedy vacationed ...:: viiii70iirititiLtifivG.43GitiwLwNriii%+;wvLix'.vJx.;: I _
it tion by Dr. David Stry k e r, last July 31 President John- j Back to School '
pianist. son notified Secretary of Defense :

." .. i t ".; Assisting in serving were Robert. McNamara that In Korea Too ; b
I ; :. Miss Lindsay Mickler, youngest he "had no requirement for the W16M"
G sister of the bride Mrs.E. use of" the two presidential
SEOUL, Korea (AP) The
>, Finley Cannon Jr., Mrs. boats. death toll ..*:::::,SINGER: .... .
e1 4 Burton Woodward, Mrs. New by encephalitis rose to ...:: i j FjrliR CSJ: .:':
tr "The Navy has therefore 617 Saturday 18 died r
as ,
*, I persons .... .... .. .. ..... ., .
ton Ebaugh Mrs. J. Wa 11 : :: : :: "
t t\ inactivated the two boats and the South Korean government { ::::: : : ?:::::<:::: <::: : -
: \' 7 ? i Kirkpatrick, Mrs. R. G. they are laid up at the Washington reported. S -s

I :AI. Sherrard Mrs. Glenn Sum- Navy Yard", the Defense
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Mrs. Lawrence Mims, Mrs. iI I
Lee Eggert. The Honey Fitz, a 92-foot; At @ I / I
Also Miss Susan and Miss cruiser, was the better known of

I I Lorraine Cannon, Miss Dalton the two boats and tne one used \L
j: a t R Kephart and Miss Bon- by Kennedy. The other is the I I .
I i nie Enneking. Patrick J., a smaller boat.

i Mrs. Temko attended Johnson has used neither More than ever, now,

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Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 13, 1964 -"'-

a ; Honors ,.,.. ,.

Hither And Yon Reception 1

]I Bridal Couple. k'!. SHOP MONDAY 10 A.M.-9 THRU SATURDAY P.M. J

Invitations to one of the most formal parties in the state Mr.. and'Mrs.. Charles E. Those assisting in the hos-
this Rich entertained with a postnuptial pitalities during the receptionwere
season, being given Wednesday evening in Tampa, have ,
been received by a number of Gainesville residents.The reception recently at Mrs. Harry J. Norton, THE STORE WITH MORE
occasion is to preview the Pearsall Collection of Amer. the Gainesville Golf and Mrs. Walter D. Murphree, I. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 1 1' USE CENTRAL CHARGE -
lean Indian Art and to meet the Honorable Governor and Country Club to honor: theirs Mrs. John Moorman, Mis.. S.. '302 NORTH MAIN STREET ./
I n Mrs C. Farris Bryant. o n, Charles A. Rich,. and L. 'Scruggs, Mrs. R. L. Bow- B-L CHARGE LAYAWAY

The place will be the Tampa Art Institute at 320 North Boulevard Mrs. Rich, whose v/edding man, Mrs. V, M. Humphreys! ,
f was an event of August 15. Mrs. Francis Myers, Mis. T.
and the time Is from 7 to 9 o'clock. I
The bride is the former and Mrs. K. .
A. Elder D.
Hosts will include the Florida State Museum, the Universityof
:Florida, the Tampa Art Institute and the,Cone Companies. Miss Gretchen Mary S m I th, Stanley. "
# daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '
1 Burton Dunham Smith of ,
Now that Hurricane Dora is a thing of the past, memories hO)
Havre de Grace, Md.
ofhurricane: parties here, there and everywhere will be recalled The newlyweds have estab-
by young and old as years go by. And four nursery-
'J lished their home at 925 NW 0
schoolers will not soon forget their all-day Thursday party at \)
25th Avenue. The bride is a
the home of Mrs. Lester Hodge, who entertained them because '
member of the Gainesville -I vo -
their parents were working in spite of rain., wind and High School faculty and the .,' ;

i: highwater. bridegroom is taking graduate
work in the College 0 f FAVORITE SPOT
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Graves "weathered the storm" in their I THE TOWN TO ,
Engineering at the Umveristyof IN
11 new Georgian colonial home in Northwest Gainesville, after Florida.A MEET FOR NOON

moving Their a former fortnight house ago. on West University Avenue has been white silver tapers candelabra and an epergnet-holding 706 W.LUNCH.UNIVER. AVE. 1 t, ttr4 srP SEE MORE..SAVEMORE..SPEND LESS! :

and Hahn. .
I I purchased by Mr. Mrs. Peter te arrangement of chrys a n-
r,1.1\, themums, stock and roses ; ,
Back from Dallis is Miss Molly Franklin, daughter of the centered the serving table,
Ben O. Franklins. Molly, who has been working as a secretary laid with a white organdy
for an oil company, joined her family at their summer cloth draped in smilax. THIS WEEK-SEPTEMBER '14th thru 19th
home in Waynesville, N. C., and returned with them late last
month. She will leave September 20 for Atlanta to join Mary
I Monteddonico of Memphis for a trip to New York and New AIW
England. The two girls plan to attend the World's Fair whilein ,ll
Manhattan where they will visit friends.
l Dean Marna Brady had a change of pace from her UF duties

last weekend when she spent Saturday and Sunday in Jack- 1 \
sonville. Mama was a member of the Judges Committee for
the Miss Jacksonville Contest. -i' '

Dr. Thomas Fay of New York City, son of Mrs. T. H. Fay, .(
has been sending his mother glowing accounts of his stops in Sa.
: the past three weeks. ?lf I 1r 4
l; Tom, who attended the seventh International Congress of A\
I.J Audiology at Copenhagen in mid-August will be back late t V
this month. He is director of Speech Pathology and Audiology via
I Clinics for the New York Medical College. Following his graduation I i a ; .. 1'V Vh'S

Columbia from the University of Florida, he took his doctorateat '', xr Y rhr
University. 4 ?
i Capt. William A. Gager Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. WilliamA
Gager, who has been on overseas duty in Viet Nam for ,. : I
r the past year, has been home with his family for the past
l fortnight. He and his wife, Pat, and their children, Jeff and
'I Lindsey, planned to leave over the weekend for his new assignment A
I at Fort Lee, Petersburg,Va. decorator service >>
While here the Gagers Jr. visited Pat's father William ri

1 Pepper Jr., and Mrs. Pepper at their new home on Crystal L I':> s

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A Little Miss Debby Walden, 12-year-old daughter of the 49(4W } EMBROIDERY, NOVELTY TRIMS ... }
Cliff Waldens, was invited to attend classes with the National ORLON ACRYLIC CARDIGANS
j Ballet) Co. of Washington, D. C. this summer. Debby who is ) l1\\
.student of the Pofahl School of Dance Arts, was also honored ;:

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nor are they mature enough,
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:privileges-so it is not wiseto
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good reputation, high moral t > t .

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I occasional around-town car ABC C- 2.99 3.99
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\ the pace of gardening quickens Mold Their Figures with the ,__ : =:::==:== :i '
in September. Summer Help of Trained Corsetieres." --- \
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all parts of the countryit's lit' r" ,
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strengthen it before win JOHNNY CARRYETTEAT
ter. It's also time to start

new ones lawns by seeding and thicken wherever thin HOME OR AWAYLeaves STURDY YET LIGHTWEIGHT STEEL

northern or cool season grasses hands free HIGH CHAIR FOLDS OUT OF WAY.Padded
are 'grown recommend -
the gardening! experts of theI" THE STORE WITH MORE i while baby takes it easy .adjustable sect stainless end backrest steel
Union Fork and Hoe Com iI in car. at play at meals
GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER I 3.44 feed-and-play troy with
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There's A Club ,.for Everyone, in the U.S.A. To JoinFrom Girl Scouts Set ScheduleThe I

the Association of ; and 25,000 Nobles plus assorted the American Hotel and Motel I
American Girl Scouts in the Gaines- are invited to a t
I Poets to the Zoolog animals. Association constantly de- Girl Scout UBA Neigh- program 1
ists' Society there are liter- borhood Meeting, cancelledlast ville area will be held st the tend.
FYI.f 1 Americans have been forming fend their membership indus- t''
f Girl Scout House Wednesday Senior troop advisors are
ally thousands of associations veterans' organizationsever tries against unfair treatment Thursday because 0 *
I'; societies and organizations on since 1783, when some of from the government at Hurricane Dora, will meet at evening at 8 p.m. Mrs. John Rowe, Mrs. Geor-*U

the American Scene. With the Gainesville Club Season just around the corner, George Washington's officers various levels, s'o m etimes the Girl Scout House, 810 NW Both old and new Senior ge Newbury and Mrs. Herbert -
I There's the Anti Digit- here is a reminder for all press and publicity chalnDen.Deadline formed the Sons of the Cin- from the public, and even 8th Street, Tuesday at 9:30 troop members are asked to Schweyer. Voss is d=*

Dialing League the Weed Society for publication of club notices: cinnati; hardly a conflict has from elements of the industry a.m.This be present and girls, now in viser Mrs.to Herman the Senior Planning"a ,

n of America (anti, not Sunday: Wednesday Noon been overlooked.You itself. meeting will inclu d e Senior School interestedin the WOO--
, pro), the National SlingShot Daily: 8:30 ajn. day' of publication. Preferably all releases may think the Pol ar Small firms and large firms leaders, assistant leaders and High Board, in charge of ...
Association (pro, not ,should be submitted to the Women's Departmentthe Bear Association is a group of meet on equal grounds a troop committee memo er s joining the Senior Scout nesday evening program. t
anti) and the Good Outdoor preceeding day of publication by noon. people who like to swim in trade association, and this is for Girl Scout troops at Met- f
Manners Association.The Calender of Event notices should be submitted the day be- icy lakes. It isn't. It was one of the great advantages of calfe, St. Patricks, Sidney TI'i t
fore : tblication, r earlier. Cards for calendar club events founded by veterans of the belonging to such a group. It Lanier, Stephen Foster, How- i
roster also includes the are available at the Sun Women's department and may be Archangel Expedition to North provides a medium through ard Bishop, Sunland Train-
International, Society of Naturopathic mailed.All Russia in 1918 the only which all size companies can ing Center and Keystone

I Physicians the stories must, be submitted in typewritten form, dou- American force ever to en- concentrate on the problems Heights schools.Neighborhood tom'c
American Society of Mam-, ble spaced. Name and telephone number of the individual gage in formal warfare with they have in common, lather
malogists, .the Descendants submitting club stories should be typed in the upper left Russia. than emphasizing the areas Chairman is / 46V
of the Colonial Clergy, even hand corner of the page. There's even an Order of which separate them. Mrs. George E. Davis Jr. ..

an,International Concatenated Because of the heavy volume of club news, one storyin the Three Crusades; it traces Business and professional Scouts To Meet v
Order of Hoo Hoo (for lumbermen the genealogy of those whose
advance and one story following the meeting will be organizations are one thing,
). used IF the event warrants follow-up coverage.All ancestors fought In the first but there are organized A meeting for all Senior C

y members' names in club stories should be submittedin three crusades to free the groups of ex-FBI men, ex- ;
from the American Hotel range& social form, Mrs. John Jones, not Mrs. Mary Jones, un- Holy Land from Mosem: rule rural letter carriers, ex air- <$ ...
Motel Association to the Paper less the individual is known professionally as Mrs. Mary way back in the 11th and 12th line hostesses. (Grounded Pi lau Supper .tk aJc .I\
Jones. centuries! But if you had a ladies the Kiwi Club
Association the join ..
Napkin :
forebear who fought in the \
named after a New Zealand
has its institute Planned
natural sponge Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, By J
bird which cannot fly.)
,and the dried fig its Ad-
Eighth or Ninth crusade for-
visory BoardGodmothers The trend is hardly new: But Henry David Thoreau get it.Women. There are numerous Golden VFW Auxiliary ( r { I
have a League Athenian men belonged to sang the praises of solitude whose battles Age Clubs, nor have the kiddies I v f i r rr
I grandmothers a Federation, lodges in Plato's day, and both and went off into the woods primarily with weight can are join been overlooked: they A chicken pilau supper with \ ; +

and; women who have chris- the Masons and the Odd Fel- by himself at every oi portunity. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sen- have their own organizationssuch all the trimming will be giv-I i ...
tened ships a Society! lows began as workmen's A century after his ceath, sibly); after achieving their as the Little League en by the Ladies Auxiliary to I ..
There are national organizations guilds in medieval Europe. he too has an association: the goal, they graduate towhat and the Brownies,' and many the Veterans of Foreign Wars, q .a ws
Thoreau Society, membershipabout fraternal orders alsj h ,
for nudists pipe a v echildren's
During the American Revolution else? KOPS (Keep Off Post 2811, at the Post Homeon
smokers, puzzle fans and soap a British military lodge .Pounds Sensibly). auxiliaries. Waldo Road, Saturday !I
With anxious
1 sculptors.And lost its Masonic regalia in As Frenchman Alexis de Trade associations in theU. some parents from 6 to 8 p.m. ; !
Blizzard Club reportedly enrolling! their in-
there's ,
wrote than S. number about ;
battle Washington, himself a Tocqueville more presently
for those : fant offspring in schools, for the event
formed in 1940, prep Final plans
loyal Mason, returned it witha 120 years ago, "The Ameri- 18,000. These are non profit : -
about the and with mature citizens be made when the Aux-
who wax nostalgic many will
guard of honor. cans of all ages, all condi- organizations whose mem I 41 aP
of '88! There'seven joining burial societies, a
great storm iliary meets on Thursday.
tions and all dispositions con- bers, usually represent i n g
a very fine associationfor James J. Davis reportedly kind of cradle to grave mem- Dinner tickets will be $1
stantly form associations one segment of business or industry -
: associations: The American refused become President bership in organizations is with benefiting var-
to wherever at the head of some voluntarily join together proceeds I ir'M.
Society of Association Ex- of La- now possible.As relief
Harding's Secretary new undertaking you see the in a common effort to solve ious auxiliary pro-
ecutives., bor till he was assured that government of France or a mutual problems and improve an anonymous but no gram. I
In short, no matter who his Cabinet duties would not man of rank in England, in service to the public. doubt club minded Americanonce Mr. and Mrs. James A. I N ..
you are or where your inter- interfere with his work as a the United States you will be remarked, "If you Pickett and Mrs. Mary Furyare
ests lie, somewhere there's a Moose! sore to find an assoc'atiou." Such trade associatiur.s as can't beat 'em, join 'em." in charge of the aff ir.It's .
group for you to Join. An estimated -
100 million Americans When Admiral Perry reached r

belong to leagues, councils the North Pole, he hoistedthe Organizations influence the w
societies and clubs; fraternal American flag and life of the nation to an even Wise To Redo Entire RoomBy II The look for now this
standard of costume in a wonderful
right below it, the
orders alone number some 20 greater degree than most ..
million inltlates__ Delta Kappa Epsilon. __1 people realize. co-\\ with teaming matching of wool wool jersey.Its .

The Eagles, for example, VIVIAN BROWN sive than doing the room other year, but the basic jacket-a prime example
were prominent in the battle AP Newsfeatures WriterAs over completely. A good deco- lor scheme will be followed. I of the newer, softer .
Immediate shaping its
> 9 for Social Security; the we sit on our wish brooms rating plan should last five Many stores have free ascot tied; and pinned witha
Delivery Grange worked successfullyfor years. decorating services so that mammoth glitter of ,
on waiting for some great genieto '
rural Free Delivery and matching stones.
You might brighten the you can get complete advicein i
turn our homes into glo- f
Cabinet rank for the Secre- walls with paint or decide coordinating colors, fab- -

j HOME BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE CO. tary of Agriculture. rious pictured edifices in books such and as articles those, you'd rather have. paper an- rics, paint, papers. In Azure or Apricot I

., Research conducted by the we might face one importantfact i Sizes 6 to 16 ,
1703 N. MAIN ST. PH. 376 4438 sociation has resulted m greater : $79.95franklin's -

comfort and better serv- These beautiful pictures may WIGSWe -
ice not only for hotel patrons, have taken an awful lot of "mOWn a :
but for all American consumers effort from a great many
EDMUND DWYER as well. people. hair.have Terms them available.! Real human E l bOP. .

The fact that you are protested \
1 Electrologi&t by the ,"U. S. Govern- You can't put a beautiful CLARA'SBEAUTY ct.9r

UNWANTED ment Inspected" mark on,the home together over night. Free Parking Rear Of Store
meat buy is directly due For one thing, a remodeledroom SALON
I \III ..I. F to the you work of the AH & MA. from planning stage to 728 N.W. 7th Ave. FR 6-6338 '- 401 W. University Avenue FR 2-4SC6_ '.' ,

This association initiated the published color photos may j
\ fOREVER movement to have -graded- have taken a year or much .-

Medically Approved Method meats. In the, fields of.paints longer. That's why our ama- .
by Appointment Only and wall and floor cover- teur efforts do not seem to I
PUoi. Cell FR 2-1039 :
scratch the decorating surface.It .
107 West University Avcnut ings, the AH&MA sponsored .
research, through U: S. takes more than one
testing labs to find out how pickup paint, slip-covers, ,
best to judge'product quality, draperies, rug, accessories :
Business LawAccounting Training BetterSecretaries ,and how to tell which type is usually to do the trick. WHEN YOUR PROPERTY SUFFERS DISASTER ==

best suited for a riven area .
Speedwr'rting (nylon rugs proved better in'
Gregg ,Shorthand.,; one area, and wool in another To get a new look, you ."

Business English ). must contemplate over-all basis.the It projecton IF you're a policyholder in one of The Emplayers' --
Business Word Power an may
In times of emergency, the
Business American Legion functions as be far better to wait until Group of Insurance Companies listed 't.
_, Correspondence x you can afford to do an en-
Civil I Service Training a Lions an arm are of particularly the Red Cross.activein The tire room than to do a little below, here's what to do to get action quickly: r t tT i
Business Spelling helping the blind, the at a time unless you are an ...
Cost Accounting expert at decorating- or keep \
Cedars of Lebanon fight mus-
Business. .Math m? cular dystrophy, and numerous the same basic color scheme.It CONTACT YOUR AGENT or broker. He knows ,.:
Typing90 is not like remodeling
wpm-in speedwriting ...i'.i? other have made service a organizations particular -- structurally. That can be done R how to get prompt action. If you've lost your '.'..

Cr 50 Gregg.wpm in typing is our Cream of the Crop Rating charity their own. piecemeal to last. -- policy, you're still protected. !
There fashions in deco-
goal. Classes Now FormingHowell's Some organizations thriveon are
the Seven Socie- rating. And if you decide to .
secrecy: !
= Business College ty of the University of Vir- paint this year and slipcovernext i TELL HIM WHERE the damage is located and F

ginia, for example, is so year, perhaps nothing
will out how extensive it is. He will for
: 218 W. Avenue 376.3507f hush-hush about its roster come even. roughly arrange
I ,.:.. that only after death is a .A properly coordin ate d
,. .. .. man's membership !'enaled.I room will last for many years an adjustor to call or he will check the damage

because the patterns will fall
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I in place and mellow together.
Others come out into the
I open in parades that may can't reach own agent contact the
last as long as seven hours: There is a lot of waste mo- you your ,

A Shriner march, for example tion in piecemeal decorating.And nearest Employers' Group Office (imprinted
may involve 100 ,bands it can be more expen- t t
Qf below). :

Junior WomenTo I I

)1-. to repair the damage caused to your property. 1

Meet Thursday 1= t6 Repair estimates of storm damage must be !

listed clearly. J
Luncheon will follow the in- eon close Tuesday noon. Jf
itial meeting of the JuniorWoman's Mrs. Robert Forlaw or Mrs. '
Club Thursday at Sanford Ritch should be call =:-H PROTECT PROPERTY from further damage '.

the Gainesville Golf and ed for reservations.
while waiting for the adjustor
Country Club. Guest speaker for 1'incheon .
The meeting, postponedfrom will be Mrs. J. Frank John-
last week because 0 f son Jr. of Tampa, State
Hurricane Dora, is scheduledat Junior Director.' The Employers' Group of Insurance Companies and all those connectedwith
EXTIE IOMM INK .'. p 8 10:30: a.m., with coffee Co chairman for this first '

pa hear so, much about it, served for early arrivals.) autumn meeting are' Mrs. them-- : p uti ularlj} -your local agent and claim man are making everyefforf.to
Members are remind ed Robert L. Young and Mrs.
t and Justin McCartj designs a I 'that reservations for lunch- William C. Woodbury. provide:you with prompt service and speedy settlement in this emergency -

charming three piece" suit thai i .: Help,them to help you by following the procedure suggested above.

says "elegance. linen tex .
tared shaft and silk blend

rich wet dda0 on the Jacket,

and. a bow at the neckline.tlack.Utte.red.IU20. We do expert THE Employers' Group -. ,'. '

; Picture ftaming"an 110 MIIK men, BOSTON 7, MASSACHUSETTSe;. ;: ,

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I CalendarOf GuiterasAndrewsCHAPEL Church : ;: ?: Look"* > | to B-IB.shoe Deph. f : 'for the Finest- in Fashion. .' Fit J 't and_ Selection y S ,1't. :,.j;,:':t,..' t

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EventsMONDAY HILL, N.C.-Mr. of Gainesville and Mrs. Virginia CirclesTuesday ) $. .: ': ._'" : .. F?: ....'l' .; ,
and Mrs. George Patrick Gui- Kline Guiteras now of v': Jlih... '.. ". 't ,
teras were married Sep- Des Moines, Iowa. ; : .'. ;:::

September 14 tember 6 at St. Thomas Miss Mercedes Heather September 15, .. : :: :li'.
Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae More Church of Chapel Hill. Benz of Philadelphia, Pa., St. Patrick's Catholic ChurchSt. J .. "

Club, 8 p.m., Chapter House The bride formerly Miss was maid of honor. Bridesmaid Anne's Circle, 1:30 pjn., :. : : :
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820 Panhellenic Drive. Judy Miles Andrews, is the was Miss Brenda Mrs. Robert Myers 2901 SW : : :. ,

University Women's Club daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gwen Bethel Raleigh, N.C., 4th Court. 'I t THE STORE, WITH MORE i./ .1 { ; .t ,.'J t tF.
Executive Board, 10 aim, Raymond Lloyd Andrews of and Mrs. Marion Rom a i ne First Lutheran Church La- .. fl t GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER' :-. : : .' .. '
Mrs. Harry M. Philpott, 312 Chapel Hill N.C. Alexander of Norfolk Va., dies Guild < ." ">'t..
,. .0:' !::q '302 NORTH MAIN STREET -
NW 23rd Street luncheon fol The bridegroom, formerlyof served as bridesmatron. Rachel Circle 7:30 p.m., ';: I
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lowing. Gainesville, is the son of Aston Buckingham Martin Mrs. Clifford Lofgren, 1321 ; titr:; : 1

Dr. George Gustavo Guiteras HI of Charleston S.C., was NW 31st Drive. .:;. ,<,' .., .1 ..'... "J'Y', L".. 1
University best man. .:,'>,./. .. .1 .." .'r'" I}

ing Hanna, 7:30, 1523 p.m.NW, Mrs.12th Paul Road.H. Tri Delts Set the After couple a will wedding reside in Ash-trip City NewcomersPlan ; the ',;' :; ::1 ;

Men's Garden Club, 8 p.m, ville N.C., where Mr. Guit Benefit you can feel difference t
Alumnae MeetDelta .. .. .
Federal .
Guaranty .
Community .
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teaches .
eras biology at the i ",J : : f ,: .;: .
Room. Delta Delta Alum- Ashville School. Card Party ';' .. t-- ';11.

f Women of the Moose, 8 nae Chapter will be entertained Mrs. Guiteras is a junior at '; '' .,a {>: : :\: -: :
Gainesville Newcomers will ::
p.m., Moose Home. Thursday at 8 the University of North Carolina : :: :.
m. ..
Gainesville Bridge Club, p. where she is hold a benefit bridge and can- ,. '- '
by Mrs. studying :
7:30 pjn., Recreation Center. Guy Fulton 2734 SW comparative literature.Mr. asta party Thursday evening <' : 4,
Fourth t
Place. ,
Thursday Morning Coffee at the City Recreation Cen- : { : : t//
\ All new alumnae in ; ;
League for Women Bowlers, city G u i t e ras is a cum iter. in the
are invited to attend this init- :
Organizational meeting, 9:30 ial laude graduate of the University The affair is open to the ... ,
: ajn., Palm Lanes. alumnae meeting of the of the South, Suwanee. public. ,-;. f:!!' t : --
fall season. '. ... .. .. .
J. J. Finley PTA 730 p.m. Play will begin at 7:30 .
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"Back to School Meet p.m. and refreshments will be
Your Teachers," at the school. Travel Wardrobe served at the close of games.A ,4' .. .
TUESDAY, September 15 Tips donation fee of $1 per per- !p- 4 .

Delta Gamma Alumnae, 8 son will be payable at the ...
p.m., Mrs. S. Doyle Webb For the 'Man on the Go' door. : by Fortunet '
3806 SW 5th Place.Architecture Each table is asked to "" ,
and Fine Arts bring cards. .
By ALMA WARRENMen or shake some salt on the jvvv
Dames Wilmot,, 8 1232 pjn.NW, Mrs.36th D Drive.a v id whose work requires stain. One or the other will Yes, 1 there's something magical about the feel .f<,.' ;

{ Business and Professional frequent travel often have do the trick. Next time you make but- whenThe you slip into this mischievous casual.

problems keeping their clothes tered bread crumbs as a combination of sophisticated Erti ; rs rL<, ,.k, '
Women 7 ., Primrose Inn. Coffee stains? To take them lust-right j ; ,;
I'WEDNESDAY, September 16 looking fit. out of a shirt, stretch the topping for a vegetable, try styling, the unmatched softness and' foot-.r #.-' 'j.xsijfcn"f .. ., \

Gainesville Bridge Club, Miss Elizabeth Dickens on, stained part over the lava- adding a little grated lemon cuddling comfort of the Mittens. Available. ; : & 'fTr :. \

7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. clothing specialist, 'Florida tory and pour boiling water rind. in variety of Fall fashion colors. >. .%- ? -* .. Sr:
Agricultural Extension a -f -y
University City Bridge Club, Serv- through the stain from I
a ". .
Narrow and medium widths to size 10f5 ,$ <
7:30 pjn., Weed Hall, 107 NW ice, offers some suggestionsfor height of several feet. *. V'vv> ? ?
15th Terrace. travel weary ward-

Engineering Dames 8 pjn., robes.If Mustard take out stain a mustard? Gingeralewill stain. $099, ,. &2S ;% -4
University Women's C 1 u b- $ I
shirt collars come out of .
house, Old Newberry Road. the suitcase wrinkled, dampen To remove wrinkles from l Jr .;n1.. : c a. a'r a, ., Z :,a ::.
ties hang them in the bath- j
THURSDAY, September 17 the collar and smooth it FINEST IN FAUCETS 54iI Ij
Agriculture Dames 8 p.m., against the flat inside surfaceof room while you take a hot, For New Homes and Old 1.00 itlor ins of .
Dan McCarty Hall, Confer- steaming shower. When the
the bathtub, letting it stickto
ence Room, Second Rccm. the tub. Overnight the collar ties are dry they'll have a : 4t1
Girl Scout Prairie neat, pressed
Neighborhood will look like it's been appearance.
Meeting 10 a. m., pressed. Keeping shoes in good con- Mittens'v. .'
Girl Scout House 810 NW dition need not be a head- H
Tuck a cellulose sponge in ttwI et
8th Street. ache. To get rid of mud, let I W1
Delta Delta Delta Alum- your suitcase to use as a 1
shoes dry and then rub them :
nae, 8 pjn., Mrs. Guy Ful- clothing brush. It removes briskly with a dry cloth. fI 11 -. :.. ,x
lint N llif.
readily and it washes eas- .y s rit
Place. ?
ton, 2734 SW 4th Lighter fluid will take' tar
Gainesville New comers ily.Tackle stains off shoes.A SHOCKLEY ft'i & fi.c
Benefit Bridge 7:30 p. m., food spots immed-
of INC.
sprinkling baking soda ,
Recreation Center. iately with cold ,
plain water
inside your shoes will discour- 515 S.E. 11th Place W rl'y

age perspiration odors., Phone 372-0405 ..vvfc. #- &' 1t ,
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By Josephine Lowman mp .rr i vPAIJ

Why Grow t\\ NEW OFfl ICE HOURSe k.- (.r->it*?.: S J ;;&&za; );-,y* J\

In the futun we will closeat

on SaturdaysNew 12:30 P.M.AMto5OOPM _
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Did? p; 3 Hours Are: ..... va\$1 &*. -* + o a, \,
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Mon. thru Fri. 8:30 *>**? v( .
Saturdays 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM .

Has Summer Weight

Changed Your Dress Size -; ..I

The time f reckoning has gertips of your right hand to ..' .
arrived! the floor as far to the right as c.. SERVICE 'v fe
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Have you tried on your fall possible. Raise trunk and con- ;' J ill
clothes; did it wither your tinue. The pull back between 808 t W. University FR 6-4641 {, !

appetite? That's what one bends is important. :' \ \flw2Iri; '
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reader has written me. She
tl'iik'" _
writes: Look to B-L Shoe Dept. for the Finest in Fit, Fashion and Selection .i : '
"After going through a huge / f"0' "'":",:;1>,.1.-'
batch of beautiful clothes I 11 xx>*,*! i
had to give away because I S j 5v1 si
can no longer button or zip ; -i. .;yk 4 Ri6n ?s h1.*. :
them I finally awoke to the af'. >V4.IS r --iiu i.' aiafcl i J
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fact that now is the time to "'- 4
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do something about my fig- ttL:. .' I \ I' \ .
ure. I must get back to my b .' Sa
old weight of 125 pounds. My *
and the ..: .
present weight is 140, after 4 *M.J.'Vc "
three babies in succession. I l : 1 :.f'!. ..
would like to look like the '

same girl my husband mar- .
ried. 'j
"Please send exercises for :r,..;:!, tq:
slimming the abdomen

waistline, h ips and thighs,
4 .
along with your 9 Day Re- YQDERIT'Sp

ducing Diet. I missed some of <'

the diets and exercises. SHOE S The magic, of the different feel is als.
'I love to eat, but giving .
away all those clothes has 4 found in the Mars. Patented Magic-Rim ..
SHOE THAT UNDERST At10 out of thls world .
withered my appetite. :., u construction insures -

Summer's Shock .. :y comfort. The elasticized topline affords .
After picking up a few '
pounds during the summer or F x 'hug-mef''fit..
while on vacation it is some- a ..,. r r $999. 1
times a shock to try on fall

and winter garb which has 1.00 more in gold or silver t4"
been waiting hopefully for us

in a closet or in a store. It's ... _. r ... .:...... Colors: Available m. a variety of
/ .
"",'," '"
probably a shock to the clothes ':..:,., 'n:w '' ,, # Fall fashion colors.I i
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too! ;:? .: < 'p :: '. :. Sizes: Slim, narrow and medium
Don't feel defeated and ,,; size 10."CHARGE" t tj'
a a :: '} :: .! widths
them Instead get
give away.
into them! Evidently having FANCY r. ; : : 3--: : -.::. :: :

the clothes hada > or Layaway ;
to give away /. (
T-j*< If can't in
constructive effect on this : t'l you come l

reader. .FSEE: './: ., ';{.-!: .. use mail.I order below
However, reducing in order' '

to have wear is a pretty great incentive clothes you and i : (i, -.5.J l.:*j.; /r \ :

can also wither the appetite.It (and fit for everything) ; -

always helps to have a Black nylon velvet ..
definite goal you are shoot- black leather saddle ."-f. ( l1342IV ;,MOmi : s"T,9 rc.c 4 1
ing for. In order to lose most touched with red-sparked with white. a ; /G: in ,vitIe;j Florida' ;

'attractively the reducer .As ladylike as a girl could wish for -7' ,. )Jeaseisend'- -' v cr ,J Ji
should indulge in some special as well made as a mother could'want, L i:1:

exercises. and as carefully fittedas f ,. > /

The Gathering Place we insist a shoe must be. -- ::0r. r ;sIe. '- 'WIdth .. JlIf
The waistline is one of the '
spots where those unwanted *-.'-'. W iCbte; Choice: (!);&ds.' .( ; I If IfI
& pounds love to gather. Do Boys' and Girls' Styles- n' :'* *. jv -v |Bf I Iitj l::
the following exercise for
Priced according to size ft .,. %? "'* for
'mid-slimming. Stand tall with > Sej > -*' a4sji; !i;) fvTffr. ? s
your feet separated and 5.98 to 11.98 S-----A.i--i: **; "' .*" i

shoulder height. t
Bend to the left, touchingthe

floor with the fingertips CENTRAL CHARGE THE STORE WITH MORE 4 **;*33 T- &22
.of your left hand as far to the GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

left as possible. Raise th e B-L CHARGELAYAWAY 302 NORTH MAIN STREET -" ... .._". ""' .
trunk and pull back as you I .. \
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continue or, I tr herd to the I .. "t'w <
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Sunday. September 13. 1954 Gainesville( Sun 7B


I SEE' -: '<, rington Gary turn,E.$10.University Hawk, 4027 of Florida NW.Ut prohibited Ave.,- Gang of Child Burglars Broken Up u-

By ,: ,
'1 < .-- careless Rt. 3. speeding driving $10.$25. Robert Lee M.L.Hinman Lamar.tin. ,. I II

. Okeechobee. careless driving, $23. I- a t
William M. Lee 807 SE 4th St.. reckless
driving, $25. Eugene A. Lewis, 734 I HUNTINGTON. (AP) From fairly well-to-do homes, also is accused of smashing !up flags. I don't think it's any (
NE 3rd Ave., reckless/ driving, S.5. ,
: Robert J. Linies. 901 NE 18th Ter.. ;Police have broken up a child the ages of the childrenare 'mailboxes, windows and fences. big deal. ",
speeding $25. Francis J. Lynch North 12 to 15 Suffolk : : ,
.the SUN Miami speeding. $10. Gertrude R.. Lyons burglar gang led by a 12yearold County police Police quoted the father of
\ ait NW 7th Place failure t, yield said Friday. I f
right of way $50. Douglas I. Manning girl..The gang is accused of Police said cash one alleged gang member: Talks
only was OpenBELGRADE
f II II Fairbanks Fla. allowing an unau- .. _
i GENERAL HOSPITAL Michael Ray ,Smith, 1245 SV Jenkins Hume Han, minor possessing thorized James person A. Mathis to drive 4003$20.NW l'th Place shoplifting, looting homes and taken from the looted homes "They're really not bad. A

September 9,1961BIRTHS 1st Ave., .Gary L. N. Jackson,, alcoholic. im beveraoe SE 10th tu.st. disorderly Llllla" r. 'jackson conduct driving while intoxicated $150 and driv :destroying property for the past with the money going for phonograph bunch of them have been run- Yugoslavia

Oxford Road, N. J. and two I $25.Ottls er's Butler license H. Waugh suspended Jr., three 2924 KE months.10th two months, for petty cash and records, transistor radios -ning up and down the streets, (AP) Yugoslav-Polish economic .u
c. Herring. 625 E. University Drive, driving while intoxicated ljc "kicks". '-
parked motor scooters, at 6:2 I Ave.. drunk and disorderly $S3.: Eugene and driver's license suspended three$ soda and candy. The gang painting mailboxes and ripping J talks opened here Friday. -
I Ir
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo ; h Jr. !
a Grant, .
111 NE 15th St respatilng $25. months. Joseph Onne, 1728 NW lit Ave.. I
3411 SE 19th Ave., a gill l; Mr. p.m. Thursday at W. UniversityAve. Glenn Goodman 2158 Flav. Ill. disor. speeding $10. Julian B. Pearce Jr.. 3780
derly conduct. $25. Cicero GiMlard 1202 NW 16th St.,
and 15th Ter. ran red light. $10 GeorgeH.
and Mrs. Robert T. Dehoff, 2619 NE 2nd St., disorderly conduct $25. El- Pearson Hawthorne reckiess driv I
John E. Slaughter, 224 N! : vera E. Ehrenfeld, 1830 SW Willist o n ing. $25. eMon. : '
NE 11th Terr. Mr. and
a girl; Road.
illegal parking $5. William G. Pothier III, 4002 NW 361h
Mrs. Joseph W. Rivers 1330 10th Ave. and John G. Kuyken Peter M. Daniker 513 Murrre F.. St.. improper turn $10 Edwin M. Ra- "

NW 55th St., boy twins; Mi. and dall, 2009 NW 36th Ter., at 4 Illegal Hume parking Hall minor; $5. Eugene possessing P alcoholic Cusella mey.Paul F.1026 Reedy NW Sr.35th. 2940 Ave..SE speeding U'h Ave.$25.. : ; _WNS.

Mrs. Richard M. Reeb, 1422 NE p.m. Thursday in the 600 blockof beverage. Illegal, $25.parking.Amons $5.O. Bruce Courtney.:. Chap.Wiliston. speeding 38th Drive$25.ran Jeffrie red light J.$10.Re.b 1708 NW : ,

I 17th Ave., a girl; Mr and NW 34th St pelt II* SE 2nd Ave.. illegal parking Frank A. Ridgell Jr.. J4 NE 17th St.
17.50. Lee R. Brown, Archer, noisy muffler -
speeding. $10.
Mary E. RoterUon. Manor -
Maurice E. Ennis 16 SE 13th Noon
Mrs. William C. Hodse, 1923 $10.Angelo Motel ran red light. $10. Gordon D. I
NW 34th Ave. boy Mr. and St. and Caston T. Cook 710 NW V. Billiris. 1016 NW 12th Ave. Ross 322-A NE 11th St., careless! driv- QUANTITY
Illegal( $25. Barbara 521 NW
parking $5. Charles N. A let ng A. R. Russell 1422 RIGHTS 13th STREET f
Mrs. Udell S. Stevens 1217 NW 4th St., at 2:12 p.m. Thursday S14 W. University Ave.. illegal parking. NE 19th Place speeding J2S. Joseph
JS. Richard H. NW S. Sanders. 513 NW 3rd SK, RESERVED
Adams 2250 ttn careless
30th Ave., a boy; Mr., and Mrs at NW 2nd Ave. and 2nd St. Ave., illegal parking, $5. Francles P. driving $25.Frederick. .
Allen 1315 NW 4th Lane, no state anv- W. Silverman 1UO NW 6th
John V, Locklear Steinhatchee Shah A. Zakiruddin 1103 SW
efs license $20. SU ran red light, $25. Sharyn J. D
i Fla., a girl. 7th Ave. and John Brewster, Milton W. Banks. 526 SW 41 it St., rn Sommer. 109 SE 4th Ave., failure to "AJAX"Cleanser AJAX" SAFE SUDS .
red light, $10. Marvin E. Cox 131 :E yield right of way $25. Jimm'e M. Thomas 1
f ADMITTED 414 NE 44th St., at 2:07: p.m. 10th SU speeding. $10. Ellen A. lift, 321 SE 43th St., speeding $10. William -
Ave. Rawlings Hall alcoholic P. Titghman Jr., 2C26 W Univer- I
Thursday at E. University minor possessing Ave.. LAUNDRY
disobeyed stop sign. $a.
beverage. $25. George E. Locke.
Mrs. Elizabeth Joye Rivers, and 9th St. 1231 SW 4th Ave., Illegal parking, $5. Stephen R. Zellner, 924 SW 7th Ave., I
Frances 0. Stevens, J-iae E Wade Lynn 1226 NE 17th Ave. speeding Improper backing, $10. Ernest R. Young
DWI $10.William Rt. 1. driving while license si-spended,
Barker, Delores F. Lassa, Alex $20. Hubert W. Wingate. Its NW 5th
Joseph E. Zuber, 205 NW 34th H. Me Bride, 207 SW 13th St..: Ave.. speeding. $10. Willie T. ,
Leon Lunsford, Mrs. Lois T. Illegal( parking $10. Lawrence J. MeMahon. Waldo, ran red light. $50. Willamsi. DETERGENT
Ave. arrested by Gaines. 1003 NE Itth Ave.
was speeding ,.
Nica B. Adams Webb. 708'NW 33rd Ave sreedino. i
Taylor Ilay.
15. Helen ,
$ B. Price Rt. 4 failure to'
ville 'at 11:45 Thurs 10. Henry P. Valisalo 3722 NW 16th
field M. McGhee, Amelia R. ,police p.m. yield right of way $25. Carolyn H.' Blvd.. Improper turn $10. 'I
I day at NW 7th Ave. and'9th St. Shaw 1064 SE 22nd Ave., illegal park. i PKG.
Mixon Noel F. Whited Paul- ,
ng $5. Marjorie F. She ley, 2315 NE I il
and charged with driving while 1th Ter.. ran red light. $10. Willie t
ette Hodge, Shirley H. Robertson pann, 1513 NE 2nd St., speeding $10. Good News
all of Gainesville; Mrs. intoxicated. Edwin L. Watson. West Palm Beach
reckless driving. $25. Josephine A. West III
, Ada G. Lee Cross City, Fla.; Fire Calls 2620 SW 2nd Ave.. ran red lioht, SlO.
Olan Rowe, Starke, Fla.; Mrs. At 8:27 a.m. Thursday, a car Stanley.conduct P. Hess.$25 1913 speeding NW 2nd$10.Ave., disorderly For Dog LoversBONN

Odelle B. Lockler, Steinhatchee, fire at the Gainesville Police Thomas P. Hicks, 1115 NE 5lh Ave.. I CAN9
not esti-!disobeYed stop sign $10. Theodore Hud- West Germany (AP) ;
j Fla.; Mildred P. MCD avid, Department. Damage dleston Jr., 709 NW 6th Ave.. ran red
.mated. light, $20. William L. Hansen, 924 NE The has
< foreign ministry
Brooker, -1 1a.; Jacqueline P. 20th Place, careless driving S5d. Patricia i I t49GIANT

1 Batman, Archer; Beth Rose Ull- At 9:25: a.m. Thursday, a with A.expired Beatty.license 115 NW$20. 13th S'.. driving good news for West German dog

man, Miami Beach, Fla.; Jaun- .:short circuit at 918 NW 7th Milton J. Brokaw. E. Riverside Md., lovers. Those 230 German Shep-I
careless driving $25. David B'onks Au-
Knauff Willision.DISCHARGED Place. No damage.At .
ita Idell .
tell, Ga.. driving while license suspended herds sent to South Viet Nam o .
12:01: p.m. Thursday, an $20. Richard A. Bustello/ 1002 W. Uni-
versify Ave., improper lights SI!). Mary were not eaten after all.
fire at 21 SW 23rd Ter. No
oven F. Campbell. 1220 NW 25th Ter., improper -
Miss Sandra ,Adams, Mrs. damage.At backing $25. A story in a Saigon newspaper (Limit: 2 with your $3 or more feed order, please) (
Agnes B. Cannady 107 NW .Uth: Drive.
L. Madelaine C.
Marilyn ;Nolan, 5:47: p.m. Thursday, utility failure to yield right of way, $25 Wini- earlier this month had said the 4 a'AJAX"
Land, Helen Olinger, Mrs. Gail fred L. Dusenburg 1007 NW 14h Ave.. BKHBSSSaBBnE
wires arcing at 3435 NW. riving with expired 'license $20. Nola animals meant to serve as
Hilliard and baby boy, Thomas D. Edge Rt. 4. careless driving $25. ALL PURPOSE 'PHILADELPHIA"
17th Ter. No damage.At .
Hugh C. Edwards. 2007 NW 5th Ave.. disobeyed watchdogs in outlying South
A. Parker Mrs. Margaret Floyd
stop sign. $10.
8:16 a
Thursday I
and baby boy Mrs. Margaret p.m. Carolyn D. Ewing. 227C Flav. III. Vietnamese villages, had 1 been;
short circuit at 1901 NW 12th Improper lane change $25. James D.
Stuebe and baby girl; Fred Estes 3730 SE 18th Ave., ran red light. eaten as delicacies by the na- LIQUIDCleaner CREAM

Holder; Mary F. Howa-d; Mrs. Road.8:16 No damage.At .Thursday a disobeyed$10. Gerald stop R. Faloona.sign. $10.214 David S Flav.S. Har Ill, i tive s. I II -
: p.m. ,
Hazel L. Griffis; Ulee Moffett.
short circuit at SE 6th St. and

GENERAL HOSPITAL 2nd Place. No damage.At I .
Sept. 10, 196t 8:34 p.m. Thursday, a utility ADULT CHEESE'28OZ.

BIRTHSMr. pole short circuit in the 700 i S

and Mrs. Harold D. Slew- block of NW 40th Ter. No dam-I in Gainesville: BTL.

art, 500 NW 30th :Ave., a boy; age. Buchholz Junior High School 3-0Z. PKG.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard McNeece Lincoln High School

309-C Flavet I, a girl; Mr. and Judge MUNICIPAL W. W. Hampton COURT Presiding Duval Elementary School ,

Mrs. Arthur C. Bolen, 1410 NE Sept 9, m Other Adult Study Centers Throughout County
signed written pleas of guilty: Win-
4th Ave., a boy. ton D. Johnson Hotel Thoma drunk, Sept. 14 & 15;
$25 or S days. Warren B. Parks Jr.. Rt.
t ADMITTEDMrs. 4, drunk and disorderly, 20 days sentence -
suspended. Carolyn S. Ha-ms lilt I 7-9
Fay P._ Stewart, Thomas .N E 13th St., failure to yield right ot p.m. 6q 1O.
way $15 or 5 days-sentence
I. Holder, Alton E. Haines Robert A. Jamison, Deland, failure to GENERAL COURSES
yield right of way $15 or 3 day*. Arthur United States History
Jr., Timothy 'D. Laurene, Kon- T. Grose, 303 NW 35th Ter., careless Elementary Education
rad S. Alt, John F. :Stormat'\ driving, $U or 3 days. Junior High United States Government
sentences: Fred Collier; 4)1 SW nth Senior High CIVICSEnglish
Mary F. McNeece, Ethel M. ,Ave. disorderly conduct, $25 or U days. World History
Jesse J. May, 1111 SE 3rd St Illegal
Tillman Blonese Mar-
McCray, urn, $5 or 3 days. Emory D. Nettles Mathematics General Science
gie Vance, Vera Bole., Mrs. 1 147 NW 31st Place. resisting arrest, SPECIAL! COURSES
1100; faulty muffler, $10 drunk, $25 ran
Daisy W. Springfield. Leo G. :red light, $25. Spoken Spanish Construction, r

Smith, all of Gainesville; JamesH. J've.James, disorderly L. Alden conduct.Jr.,$25 1022 or NW 1C days.31st English for Foreign Born: Children's Clothing "WINTER GARDEN" FROZENFruit 'FOLGER'S"

Graham Micanop; Odis D.Allbrltten Joseph' B. McLeod. 3224 NW 31st St. Personal Typing Beginning and Advanced :
disorderly conduct $25 or 10 dys. OanI Personal Bookkeeping
Daytona Beach, Lot- : C. Lee Jr., 1304 NW 6th Ave, sell- General Sewing S INSTANT \
'ng alcoholic beverages to minors, $50or General Information: TailoringNo Pies
tie Bass Bell Fla. Mrs. Madeline
; I
20 allowing alcoholic beverage
days Tuition'charges .High School Diploma Issued Courses
E. Thomson 4 assumption after curfew dismissed.
High Springs
; Daniel P. Olszewskl. 209C Flav. III. Accelerated Diploma Recognized by Colleges.
William R. Bannan, Cross City, t disorderly conduct. $25 or 10 davs. Max. Review Courses for COFFEEI
: Nell M. Weaver Jr., 1247 W. University School Tests.An APPLE CHERRY
Fla.; Vida Mae Matthews High. Ave., Illegal parking $3 or 1 day. Henry High Equivalency Diploma PEACH a
Springs. Williams. 92* SE 9th Ave.. discharging Educational Opportunity Offered By The
firearms in city limits, 10 days and Alaehua County Board of Public Instruction 24 oz. EACH 6-0Z. JAR
OS or 10 days.
DISCHARGES Boyd S. Snyder. 515 NW 32nd Ave..
Clarence Shepherd, John Far-I drunk. $25 or 10 days. Fred C. Bobbins, : I
730 NE 4th Ave., drunk, 130 or n days.
kas, Barbara Ann Wilson, Mrs. Mallle V. Holder. LaCrosse. Fla., drunk

Amanda L. Dobbs, Mrs. Sonja OS 53rd or Ter.10 ,days.no state Roosevelt driver's T. Foid.license 29 ,NW 1C [IDIDWO(

Kay Goodbread and baby girl _days and $25 or 10 days.
forfeitures: Thomas E. Aoplegate.! 1311
Mrs. RuthL., Roby, Coleen Joan NE 14th Ter., failure to yield right of -
Miles Mrs. Pauline Nadean and way. $50. David T. Albury 1032 W. University
Ave.. driving vehicle with no BesfcjyTesb"House 2579
baby boy, :Marcia Bratcherand lights. $10. Robert L. Acree 1004 NE 7th .
Ave. disobeyed stop sign $1*. I Ike
baby boy, Thomas Holder Young Rt. 1 allowing an unauthorfc
Janice end ed person to drive. $20 drunk. $75.
Boyles baby boy, George L. White Tampa careless
Steven J. Wilson, Mary Lou riving, $SS; driving with a restricted I Paint 10
license, $20failure to report accident
Crosier, Jannice D. Williams, 50. Wayne M. Toohey, 2131 NW 55th
Timothy D. Laurene, Ktnrad S. Ter, ran red light $20. Walter W. Stewart -
222 SE 12th St.. driving on wrong You can buy House Paint for
AIL side of road $10. less if you can afford it. For Limit One With rllnd Order"SWEET"
Robert E. Scully 2901 NE 12th: St., more square fact per dollar-and
Deeding, $10. Arthur L. RobErts. lOll years per coat_ offer these fine '
NE 22nd Ter., speeding. $15. Pandall K Davis Paints at special low SALE
Accident Roundup Paoe. 1524 NW 14th Ave.. speeding: $15. sale' prices. Any of hundreds of MORTON'SSanta
Otis Johnson 4001 SW 20th St., ran red colors, at the same low sale price
Involved in accidents reported light, $25. James L. Ferinden 1829 NW as white. ,
2nd Ave., no state driver's license $20. RosaPLUMS
by the Gainesville Police De- I /1111"n/inn"Ulrrllllllllllllll111UI1I1111111111111U1u1f'
Orion L. Cauthen. Rt. 1. reckless driving -
partment and the Alachua S25. Dan C. Williams 1518 NE 2nd
U disorderly conduct $25. Stephanie SATINTONE Yj
County Sheriff's Office Thurs- Summers, 1122 E. Panhellenic Drive LATEX HOUSE Pot Pies
locking alley $7.50. Richard W. Stepnns PAINT and PRIMER ,
day and Friday were: 2120 NE 3rd Ave.. drunk $25. MI.. Here It a-a House Paint which goes on as '
Edgar Allen Pope, Rt. 4 and chael S. Smith, Lake City, illccal parkng. easily and dries as quickly as latex wall paint
55.Bertha The beautiful colors and brilliant white have
two parked cars at 12:25 a.m. Sheppard Rt. 2. faulty brakes. tow truly amazing durability in every climate.
$10. Sylvia T. Ross. $20 NE Jiih St.. Illegal This I is the new easy way to home beauty and
today at 1114 SW 13th St. parking $5. Marilyn J. 0'!/wv Jacksonville protection. The primer-In colors to match the
.- Illegal parking S5. FHI'lp H. finish coat-is latex too and mil-
Jack Edwards, 927 SW 8th Nochlin. High Springs blocking alley. atinTone dew resistant For any exterior sur- SALE PRICE
Ave. and a .fire hydrant at $7.50. Sam Lee. 2027 NE 7th Ave. drunk face-new or previously ousted
and disorderly. $30. i -- so 75 LB. 1
10:25 p.m. Thursday at SW 8th Alberta Lee. 2027 NE 4th Ave., disorderly -iI REG.PRICE $7
conduct. $25. Donald N Kite. iI I t UAL GAL Iii
Ave. an.it 9.thSt. 934 NE 3rd Ave.. drunk $25. James C. I 111111111nnuuu"",,, n"n.n",,uu"n""nU unnn"I .

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'1 8D'Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 13, 1964

l' Did Leroy Collins Sell Himself Out On Civil Rights?

L- By BEM PRICE dictate the where, when and. This raises the question: How izens' Committee, to aid Col fit of citizenship. Too many of not easily thrown off In a sin-

r how of desegregation. are these threats brought to our ancestors and too many of gle generation, yet that is what

WASHINGTON (AP) The No Believes He vetoed legislation which CRS attention? lins.This committee now consistsof us, as the ancient Greeks be- must be done.
South is littered with old friend- Longer
; ships shredded in hot disputes permitted the closing of desegregated "I wish," said Collins, "I had approximately 460 businessmen fore us, have indulged in the "The bones of inflexible and

schools. He did the more experience. But I don't labor leaders, bankers, fallacious assumption that a so- rigid governments, unwilling to
the and of
t over right wrong se-
-.gregation.For Segregation to Be Just same to an "in t e r p osition" care where the information and educators. ciety of citizens of unequal op- see and act for the common
measure, calling it a "fraud comes from. If it has the appearance Collins is a man who reads portunity could endure as a good, are strewn along the
the native Southerner who and a hoax." of validity we are widely and appears to have an land of free men. It is a legacy whole course of world history."

joins the anti-segregation camp, have a record of strong opposition Collins and Mary Call Darby, The job upon which Collins is going to start first by findingout abiding sense of history relat-
the cordial hand of a life-long to that." the daughter of a state senator, now embarked is unlike any-' something about that com- ed to the context of today's!

friend sometimes closes into a In 1954 and even as late as were married in 1932. She was thing ever written into law munity. Then we are going to problems.He .
hostile fist. the great granddaughter of concerning race relations. He check upon ,the soundness of concluded the interview:
1956 Collins still making
Richard Keith Call who was on will conciliate, not mediate. the fact that it is a troubledarea. "The difficulties we face are
It has happened to Thomas Le- prosegregation statements, And all conciliation effc.rtsvill
without the vehemenceof Andrew Jackson; staff and When we get to the point by no means chargeable solelyto
Roy Collins. other Southern I was one of Florida's early be secret by law. that we feel it is a dangerousarea our generation; they have
some gover- federal
"Since I took this job," says nors. How did a man such as American territorial governors. In parlance media- we are going to encour been generations in the making -
tion final of
Collins, "there has been a hard- Collins move from that I The Collins' have four children implies a power age somebody to invite us in,, The recent riots in the
I ening of feelings on the part of stand? away LeRoy Jr., Jane, Mary coercing agreement either among con- if necessary. North and the murders in Mis-
tending parties throughthe
some people that has hurt me "I don't think," said Collins :Call and. Darby. courts of a quasijudicial "We are not going to stand by sissippi have their origins in
deeply. On the other hand there I Collins first held public a fI I because officials of a community -the origins of the nation.
softly and slowly, "there has body's order.
'. have been warm outpourings of I ice in 1934 when he was elected Collins' will be of may not want to be on record "For decades and decades
been any, change in the funda- job one
Democrat which he millions of Americans have
support. as a as having invited us.
mental feelings that motivateme. simple persuasion and sugges
of the full bcne-
still is to the Florida House been deprived
I tion. If that fails then further "We are, Collins continued,.
Collins is director of the new I feel deeply a sense of obligation -of Representatives. He enteredthe --
T Community Relations Service to try to be right, to be state Sentate in 1910. action is up to the Justice Department :"going to do our best work{, ai +

I CRS, an agency for the concilia- just and to live as close as I I Collins was. the first of the the Civil Rights Com- with local officials and local ElectricalRoom
mission an aggreviated
can to a standard of morality. or party. I
tion of racial disputes. It was Southern to advise at organizations, but our responsibility -
Civil "Well, I think if a man holds : governors who can bring court s:ut. i
established under the ;least token integration in compliance is direct to the people of
But neither Collins
Rights Act of 1964 and will havea steadfastly to those very basic with the 1954 Supreme'ourt nor any the United States. Size: Hearers

staff of 50 and a budget of $1.1 things[ what is just, what is decision on schooi eseg- member evidence of in his court staff- can or offer even "But we never want to forget Reildcnfial C mmerc' slIndustrht f
million. not just then in the realitiesof I f
regation.His that if local be
a problem can
make the
public an opinion on
his times, he,changes."In CALL
Collins was for six years growing in a segregated position was that if the merits of the case. solved by local means then thatis
up The law states that CRS the most profitable for C. P. Drossier I
1954-1960-the governor of Flori society, I never thought state didn't begin voluntarily may way
da. After that he became presi- there was anything unjust i n then the federal courts, through offer its services "whenever in it to be done." Electrical Contractor i

dent of the National Associationof segregation. But I came to feel suits brought by the National its judgment peaceful relations President Johnson already Phone FR 66193 I

Broadcasters, a job he held that there is something basically Association for the Advance- among citizens of a communityare has set up an advisory group, 910 NW. 4th :".

until he was drafted by President very unjust and basically ment of Colored People, would_ threatened." known. as the National Cit.. -- .-
- --
Johnson to head CRS. s* \
I, Something I cannot reconcile I a .T:
wrong. -- ---- -
with my fundamental j, tURNtTURi--- FURNITURE ox fURNI1URI fUItNITUITI or 'UWNITU.I o 'UR"ITU" t.-- rUR//rrUEf p ihRIIIrURt o FURNITUR! a rVgy FURNITUREa '':
Collins, a gray-haired man of 5
55, has been accused of political beliefs. No longer can a segre- .

forces of having sold his Southern gated" society seem to me to be Chairs lo glorify your Jiving room I

heritage in exchange for national -!just. .
recognition and office.'I "And arriving at that position Z and such a beautiful lo choose from.You'll '
This sort of thing Collins takesin ," Collins went on, "I have I rI_ array
to let the hide go with the hair,

What easy stride.hurts, acquaintanceshere has as the it. old Southern expression I I [ t ,. save at this c J JY 1 ; i

say, is accusations from "I don't see personally how I f ::;.

long-time friends who charge people ca n reconcile strong I I = 1' Special Purchase Price -;
him with betrayal of what is segregationist sentiments with a

called the Southern way of life. the Constitution. I feel a deep I YOUR CHOICE *z l rW UvV< : 1W
motivation has to the i *' \v .
Every possible sense of obligation principles F > -+
been assigned to Collins' accept- involved in the Constitu-

ance of the CRS job by former t ion. And while I felt at the

friends and foes except one;. time that the Supreme Court i f r .t '"' ?
that he believes what he says. first rendered its decision about 5995 -

school desegregation that it .
"We have been oversimplifying Ss
) ;
was a departure from my concepts yr *
this matter of having
me of what the Constitut :..). Vi?? ;-
been a segregationist gover- < Your living room will sparkle with one of "- 'Jv
feel tha
meant, I no longer .i* ,
nor," he said in an interview."It way. I feel that it was a fine 31 1 these comfortable chairs. You have such a + !

is true I said many tunes decision and I've said so open- >.. .< +1111 wide choice of styles and colors you'll find Jp F ? f !.7@A* c 70 l

in my gubernatorial career that 'y. :: y'E just the right one for living room. You'II ,r +"i Z :

ours was a segregated society, "As I have understood better ,save money, too! We combed over 30 .. 4* : ; ;' "s r< .>,.. '' Y e J

that was what we were accus- w hat segregation means, I > manufacturers for the finest values avail
tomed to, and that is what we ,
have had some changing feel
able. We believe our selection is precisely

wanted."But," Collins continued, "I ings.what As I segregation have understood means better to- I ? .; + A: > that the choicest selection you can :"; ...y r* ,.. _,, y ,. '( t j

always made it clear that ours human beings penalized by it, _.t choose from and we'offering them at ,,, Y.. ,. .; : e

was a land of the law and this I[ no longer have any troublein '" low sale prices for this week only. Come in A

(the 1954 school desegregation reconciling the course I'm III: tomorrow and choose yours.We've .

decision) was a law of the land (following with the basic feel- Z

and we would avoid the obliga- ings I've always had. I hope :.III.:>.:>.
tion to abide by the law only I've been clear." many more styles
through lawful means; that Collins' Southern backgroundis Traditional I Skirted Chair in Reg. $79 Colony I Wing Chairand

there would be no disorder, no born in designs. and everyone
impeccable. He was c
your choice of colors 59.95 in choice of prints or tweeds 59.95 n
violence. Florida's capital city, Tallahassee ; 0 f them .beautiful. Z 12

"Now all these were impor-, March 10, 1909, the son of a 'E .... .'.
tant qualifications in my statements grocer and the grandson of a :z )b -;a

about segregation and circuit riding preacher.He !

then, of course, as we got more worked first as a grocery !
(desegregation) decisions from clerk and delivery boy, later be- 4

tha Supreme Court and, as the coming a bank teller and then,

law firmed up, I became more an attorney. ... 1
and more conscious of my; Beyond high school he wentto II:

responsibility in this whole pic the Eastman School of Business zIII

ture. I thought that the sense of then at Poughkeepsie, N. :
justice that I feel compelled me Y., in 1928-29 it now is in ... f

to a more moderate course in Rochester, TI.Y. and then
resnect to se egation.tt took a one-year law CATSC at

Since his selection to h cad Cumberland University Lebanon rYwy ttz

CRS, Collins has visited or Tenn. g p 9

attempted to vist the gover- ,, ..3 v kN x k r s J l
nors of 30 states to explain his: ?
n ew operation. In time he 1 Power of Prayer .
High Back Contemporary Skirted Swivel Rocekr in Traditional French Provincial Chair Traditional Tufted Back Chair.
hones, to visit all 50 states. i
Three governors Orval E. Chair =. choice: ::: of colors. 59.95 tufted back style 59.95 in fruitwood finish 59.95 Choice of colors . 59.95 ,.
Dear Editor,
Arkansas c.1
Faubus of George
"Here is a W tB
Wallace of Alabama and Paul'i
quotationrb' i for old and box
B. Johnson of Mississippi declined : your mattress spring
from an article i .
Why?to meet with Collins. \ by Lt.Commande r. _:: .: '; on this E. B. Malone luxury quilt seta '

"I think, said Collins "they -
I C. \
; -: ::. t.
didn't understand that what we : in an '
would s ay would be'confidential. -I old issue of I Ii : < ..'--- --......_, Trade your old mattress and box spring in on f i
They anticipated that this i AtlanticMonthly. ... ---
this luxuriously comfortable mattress and box 2
was going to be an effort to I I
famous E. B. Malone. The :
spring by mat-
convince them they should accept -i It seems to answer one a :
some federal dominationor I of the questions in an s'L,, -Er
authority and they want to i earlier column: 'If a child ; 1.'r border. You'll I discover what true comfort is ?

is brought up with a.fair :LLesA. after a night of real sleep on this set. This
with the ..
acquaintance Bible itself his intellec- : W ,,, ;, ,, set has features usually) found only on sets i

To Permit I tual difficulties are resolved I costing up to $159.00 (such as an innertuf

I as they come i 2 < mattress and body balanced box spring) It ...

I along, because he has the ; 1 .. 1t ,, sells for only $99.00 in the twin or full size
Operation material to work with. innerspring and $119.00 on the full size i
I But if he first hears the i .
,I story of Balaam's Ass ; ,, foam rubber. But use your old mattress and

Of Fairs I from a non-believer the .' \ m uFioHda box spring and you get $20.00 for them ,>!
1 story gets what the news- / Come in tomorrow and choose yours !

TALLAHASSEE (APFive papers call a wrong angle

fairs placed on probation for allowing in his mind. from the CHOOSE FROM INNERSPRING
a i .i.
gambling devices on the start.If
midway have been given per- I I he has been brought OR FOAM RUBBER COMBINATIONS
mits to operate this fall. 1 up on the Bible he respects -

They were the State Fair at I it. and suspends .4r t
the fairs staged in Pi- judgement on each ap- '* r1' 4
nellas, Lee and Seminole coun- parently his conflicting education truthas pro- I :T1xv' Twin or full size Full size
ties and the greater Jacksonville ceeds. innerspring or 7990 foam rubber
: '< foamrubber. t
areaThe I The book is a friend : : .. set only
State Fair Committee. whose friendship no new .. .1. S ; ;.. -! SETExchange & exchange

headed by Agriculture Commis- i acquaintance can easily arrers'4 .. :
sioner Doyle Conner unanimously : upset." Indeed an excel- _*' ,;: .J ;:.. ,
voted Friday to issue the'permits !! lent quotation for which 0 b l. .. ." -'.r-, .'. J 5funwruat

ending the probation for we thank this reader. Is .

the enterprises. Connor said ,i Mail us your quotations, i' ,,,.,,, .p_S > ;' : c..j nature :cl ts'" . NO. .
!, auestions. or comments:
that the fair officials had agreed = J
Editor. P.O. Box Norwalk f 1 .
to follow regulations in their.op 13. S. -f' CARRYINGCHARGE
eration.In Conn. This public I 1001_ iwonderful: 'buys /. \
another action, the committee sponsored by: Nortlicentral Florlda'sOpen: Monday i

provided state matching ON OUR .z
funds to' seven counties for improvement JONES-JOHNSON and ..':
I Largest Friday' 1 !
of fair facilities. FUNERAL HOME ; 90-DAY
and amounts were: 19 SE 1st Ave.
Counties I i ,
Furniture Store Niles Til 9 PLAN'r
Bradford $18,000, Manatee $18-I 311 S. MAIN ST. .

000, Pasco $18,000, Columbia !;I
$18,000, Sarasota $18,000, Martin I FR 6-5361 R..d Si1IP; IUI"'mIU IuaNmi 1 IURHIUMI lY ,UINITUI' eT- ar-rUON'NPf a'r FU RNITUREoa EJRNIWRE FURNITURt fWNiruti '
$9,500 and Suwannee $5,000. i r



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r- BD'Gainesville Sun Sunday. September 13, 1964

11 ii Did Leroy Collins Sell Himself Out On Civil Rights?

By BEM PRICE dictate the where, when and This raises the question: How i izens' Committee, to aid Col fit of citizenship. Too many of not easily thrown off in a single -

how[ of desegregation. are these threats brought to ] our ancestors and too many of generation, yet that is what

WASHINGTON (AP) The No Believes He vetoed legislation which CRS attention? lins.This committee now consists us, as the ancient Greeks be- must be done.
South is littered with old friend- Longer
ships shredded in hot disputesover permitted the closing of dese- "I wish," said Collins, "I had of approximately 460 businessmen fore us, have indulged in the "The bones of inflexible and

gregated schools. He did the more experience. But I don't I labor leaders, bankers, fallacious assumption that a society rigid governments, unwilling to
the right and of se-
gregation.For Segregation to Be Just same to an "in t e r p osition" care where the information ;and educators. of citizens of unequal op- .see and act for the common
: measure, calling it a "fraud comes from. If it has the ap- Collins is a man who reads portunity could endure as a good, are strewn along the

the native Southerner who and a hoax." pearance of validity we are widely and appears to have an land of free men. It is a legacy whole course of world history." I

joins the anti-segregation camp, have a record of strong opposition Collins and Mary Call Darby, The job upon which Collins is going to start first by findingout abiding sense of history relat-
the cordial hand of a life-long to that." the daughter of a state senator, now embarked is unlike any-* something about that com- ed to the context of today's

friend sometimes closes into a I In 1954 and even as late as were married in 1932. She was thing ever written into law munity. Then we are going to problems.He .

hostile fist. 1956, Collins was still making the great granddaughter of concerning race relations. He check upon .the soundness of concluded the interview:
Richard Keith Call who will conciliate, not mediate. the fact that it is a troubledarea. "The difficulties we face are
was on
segregation sta t e m e n t s
It has happened to Thomas Le- And all conciliation efforts will
Andrew Jackson's staff and When we get to the point by no means chargeable solelyto
without the vehemenceof
,Roy Collins. though some other Southern gover- was one of Florida's early be secret by law. that we feel it is a dangerousarea our generation; they have iliiiliLii p iESJJ

"Since I took this job," says nors. How did a man such as American territorial governors.The tion In federal parlance final media-of we are going to encour- been generations in the mak- ?. .. .,<' __ ; ,
Collins, "there has been a hard- Collins move away from that Collins' have four children implies a power age somebody to invite us in, ing. The recent riots in the r. '-;' l iS'f --
ening of feelings on'the part of stand? LeRoy Jr., Jane, Mary agreement either among con- if necessary."We North and the murders in Mis- .
tending parties throughthe
that has hurt Call and Darby. sissippi have their origins in
not to
some people me are going by
"I don't think, said Collins courts of a quasijudicial
deeply. On the other hand there Collins first held public a f- order. because officials of a community the origins of the nation.
softly and slowly, "there has body's
been of fice in 1934 when he was elected "For decades and decades,
have warm outpourings may not want to be on rec-
I been any, change in the funda- Collins' job will be one of
Democrat which he millions of Americans have 0' 0 / 0
support. : mental feelings that motivateme. as a I simple persuasion and sugges- ord as having invited us.
I still is to the Floricia House I been deprived of the full bene- ,
Collins is director of the new! I feel deeply a sense of obligation of He tion. If that fails then further "We are," Collins continued, '

Community Relations Service to try to be right, to be the Representatives.state Sentate in 1910.Collins CIltered.. action is up to the Justice De- "going to do our best work
CRS, an agency for the concilia- j just and to live as close as I partment, the Civil Rights Com with local officials and local i ElectricalRoom
the first of the
tion of racial disputes. It was can to a standard of morality. was I mission or an aggreviated party but 1A
Southern governors'to advise at i organizations, our respon.1sibility
,established under the Civil "Well, I think if a man holds least token integration in compliance I who can bring court suit. is direct to the people of I
Rights Act of 1964 and will havea steadfastly to those very basic with the 1954 Supreme: But neither Collins nor any the United States. Size Heaters

a staff of 50 and a budget of $1.1 things what is just, whatnot is, Court decision on school oeseg-,evidence member of in his court staff can offer "But we never want to forget I Residential Commercial
or even
1 million. i just then in the realitiesof Industrial
regation.His make public an opinion on the that if a local problem can be I
r, his times, he,changes."In CALL B
Collins was for six years growing up in a segregated position was that, if the merits of the case. solved by local means then that i iii:
The law states that CRS is the most profitable for C. P. Dressier .
195-t-I96o-the governor of Flori- society, I never though!t: state didn't begin voluntarily may way I
da. After that he became presi-, there was anything unjust i n then the federal courts, through offer its services "whenever in it to be done." Electrical Contractor

dent of the National Association: segregation. But I came- to feel suits brought by the National its judgment peaceful relations President Johnson alreadyhas Phone FR 6-6193 L

: of Broadcasters, a job he held that there is something basically Association for the Advance- among citizens of a communityare set up an advisory group, 910 N.W. 4th St. II
;j until he was drafted by Presi-: very unjust and basically ment of Colored People, would threatened." known as the National Cit I I

dent Johnson to head CRS. wrong. Something I cannot rec-

Collins, a gray-haired man of oncile with my fundamental & ir f UBNmiEi (gr y FURNITURE /&gy FURNITURE (j dr*FURNITURE (ox y FURNITURE &-FURNITURE y FURNITURE fegr FURNITURE fe ar FURNITURE @zsr FURNITURE c

beliefs. No longer z
can a
55, has been accused of political
forces of having sold his Southern society seem to me to be Chairs to glorify your living room .
heritage in exchange for na- just. .
tional recognition and office. "And arriving at that posi- and such beautiful to choose fr m.II .
tion," Collins went on, "I haveto i it a array
This sort of thing Collins takes
let the hide go with the hair,
) in easy stride. ...
as the old Southern expression ;:;: l "' ]
r -
What hurts, acquaintances has it. ,.n You'll save at this / t. : '
is accusations from how 1 vt ....: : K: =
here say, "I don't see personally .. JJj'J 4.
It ...,,'..I.
4 >
l rl
long-time friends who charge people ca n reconcile strong a ,!" Special Purchase Price OIl;
him with betrayal of what is segregationist sentiments with 't'f l

y\ called the Southern way of life. the Constitution. I feel a deep z .L.hjiM.y'f1'O: YOUR CHOICE \

Every possible motivation has sense of obligation to the principles I'. .: s I r :y.e .fai.
'I been assigned to Collins acceptance involved in the Constitu- ; i. :
U-f 1 1"tt,1 1-
of the CRS former while I felt at the .
job by t ion. And r'1 ;/ : { !
friends and foes except one; time that the Supreme Court t J j !1:.

that he believes what he says. school first rendered desegregation its decision that about it a s, .,y,;J.if. tl" ::!ftit: 5 995 r ;! c

"We have been oversimplifying o : > ... ,
was a departure from my con- ,-t--nJ..P
this matter of me having
cepts of what the Constitution
been a segregationist gover- meant, I no longer feel tha Your living room will sparkle with one of }
he said in an interview. have such y,
nor, way. I feel that it was a fine ,6 these comfortable chairs. You a :?
f "It is true I said many timesin decision and I've said so open- wide choice of styles and colors you'll find'

my gubernatorial career that W \ :' n. just the right one for living room. You'll

ours was a segregated society, ly."As I have understood better : isave money, too! We combed over 30 ,. -_. 1 > .

that was what we were accus- what segregation: means. I TF manufacturers for the finest values avail i"- ; :. ,
tomed to, and that is what we feel- ,',
have had some changing .
i. < V "m *" -- wq
able. We believe our selection is precisely T 4- >3eW
wanted. ings. As I have understood bet- I )
"But" Collins continued, "I ter what segregation means to \ that the choicest selection you can
made it clear that ours choose from and we're offering them at
always human beings penalized by i it,
was a land of the law and this I no longer have any troublein s. low sale prices for this week only. Come in ; gf za

(the 1954 school desegregation reconciling the course I'm tomorrow and choose yours.

decision) was a law of the land following with the basic feel- t*-v* rji>*,y Aw
and we would avoid the obligation ings I've always had. I hope

I to abide by the law only I've been clear." We've many more styles
through lawful means; that Collins' Southern backgroundis Traditionalyour Skirted Chair in Reg. $79 Colony I Wing Choirin

there would be no disorder, no impeccable. He was born in and designs. and everyone ...
choice of colors 59.95 choice of prints or tweeds 59.95
violence. Florida's capital city, Tallahassee = of them beautiful. '(
"Now all these were important March 10, 1909, the son of a .
I qualifications in statements of .: c '\
my grocer and the grandson a :01

i about segregation and circuit riding preacher.He .

then of course as we got more worked first as a grocery ye o. $ zst
(desegregation) decisions from clerk; and delivery boy, later becoming I
I 'the Supreme Court and as the a bank teller and thenan st .
law firmed up, I became more attorney. iz
and more conscious of my Beyond high school he wentto
responsibility in this whole pic the Eastman School of Busi-
= ,
ture. I thought that the sense of ness then at Poughkeepsie, N. z
justice that I feel compelled me Y., in 1928-29 it now is in .. { cJ .
to a more moderate course in Rochester, N.Y. and then i. $ s. 4 .1 /

resnect to segregation." took a one-year law cjurse at .' :
Lebanon Lc; : .' .
Since his selection to heat Cumberland University. -
CRS, Collins has visited or Tenn. ; )V
I attempted to vist the gover-i, ,l! 4 ;, J
nors of 30 states to explain his i ,

new operation. In time he Power of Prayer
hones, to visit all 50 states. High Back Contemporary Skirted Swivel Rocekr in Traditional French Provincial Chair Traditional Tufted Back Chair.

Three governors Orval E. Chair -- ; choice: of colors. 59.95 tufted back style . 59.95 in fruitwood finish 59.95 Choice of colors . 59.95 ?
Dear Editor,
Faubus of Arkansas, George C. ,
"Here is a
Wallace of Alabama and PaulB. i Wa for old and box '.-

Johnson of Mississippi de- : notation your mattress spring __ .....

clined Why?to meet with Collins. \ /' ticle r"mmnnde by Lt.-r 4 .;:: r. air this E. B. Malone luxury quilt set _- .:>

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"I think, said Collins "they I C. Leslie .
didn't understand that what we Glenn in an
would s ay would be confidential. -; old issue of ,..,.--- Trade your old mattress and box spring in on
anticipated that this AtlanticMonthly. ,
They -
I this luxuriously) comfortable mattress and box
was going to be an effort to .
z t'b famous E. B. Malone. The
xa matT
to answer one
convince them they accept -1 It seems "
some federal domination of the questions in en i: : tress is fully quilted and so is the box spring

or authority and they want to earlier column: 'If a childis ? ,, } ., ,,, border. You'll discover what true comfort is i
brought up with a fair I i f + '3 after a night of real sleep on this set. This
with i the
acquaintance itself his intellec- I t ,,, t set has features usually found only on sets
Bible ,
To Permit tual difficulties are resolved I s. !.s, ..', ,,, costing up to $159.00 (such as an innertuffed

as they come I k r' mattress and body balanced box spring). Itt

along because he has the ,. } '_. ,,, sells for only $99.00 in the twin or full size
Operation I material to work with. .-rr t rte.. ,. innerspring and 119.00 on the full size

II I But if of he Balaam's first hears Ass the !I t t foam rubber. But use your old mattress and

Of Fairs story from a non-believer the i, GC m u=3 a itarida" ; box spring and you get $20.00 for them -

story gets what the news- W yyy / s Come in tomorrow and choose yours*

TALLAHASSEE (APFive papers call a wrong cnqle

fairs placed on probation for allowing in his mind. from the z ,,. 4Y CHOOSE FROM INNERSPRING +
gambling devices on the start.If.
midway have been given per- I he has been broughtup I .: ;.A* -. OR FOAM RUBBER COMBINATIONS

mits to operate this fall. I on the Bible he respects -

They were the State Fair at it. and suspends

Tampa, the fairs staged in Pi- judgement on each ap- .. .
parently conflicting truthas W 4 ri x
4 nellas, Lee and Seminole coun- his education pro- : t Twin or full size Full size

ties and the greater Jackson :; ceeds. z innerspring a r 7990 foam rubber

ville area. I i The book is a friend a .i1' ...,' _, twin size foam set only 99.90
The State Fair Committee .. rubber. SET & ,
whose friendship no new ;. r exchange ?
headed by Agriculture Commis- I acquaintance can easily ,.:' Exchangeuoivr
sioner Doyle Conner unanimously I upset." Indeed an excellent .. (tZ ? .i' ; ;
voted Friday to issue the'permits quotation for which I ... ...i'J ,. '. ,."\ ; ; |

ending the probation for : we thank this reader. I. ,. '_ f 'J" . .
the enterprises. Connor said Mail us your quotations, : -- if.".J.,. "furniture" 'tit. '". . NO.. w
that the fair officials had agreedto questions or comments: I JlOOliwonderful

follow regulations in their,op i Editor P.O. Box 13, Norwalk ;t. f] .CARRYINGCHARGE
eration.In II Conn. This public !I. .h .r\ I buys_- LI
service sponsored ;
another action, the committee by: '
I Nortlicentral Florida. Open Monday 1
provided state matching I o F ON z '.
funds to' seven counties for im- I and ." '
provement of fair facilities. FUNERAL HOME :: Largest Ji'riday' 'th 90DAYPLAN

Counties and amounts were: Ave.
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Sunday, September 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1C ':. NEWSMorning


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in Ihe _f.J . the SUN Levy Grand Jury ActionBRONSON

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COURTHOUSE RECORDS Walter B. Stubbs Inc.. 3720 N. W. W. P. Ridgeway 3930 S. W. 23rd residence -
7 Sept. Ml flU 16th Place. construct dwellinq. $15,000. 17500.
!! Walter B. Stubbs Inc.. 3720 N. W. Brice Pulpwood Ind. Inc.. 143: S. E. Two murder'cases '' $250 July 7.Theodore. pinwall, charged with issuing a

Taylor Noah. V. Taylor v. Renee Shirley 16th C &Place P ,Realty construct& Development dwelling. $15.600.Co.. 32nd Street Marriage Residence Licenses, $7,000. are scheduled to be presented -ing.John D. Rankin, alias John Hammonds and worthless check for $104.48 to

Jean H. Curry v. Henry F. Curry Jr. 3825 N. W. 8th Ave.. construct dwelling. Calvin Lee Lewis 21, Gainesville to a Levy County grand David Strong: is charged with Jim Hicks are charged with resisting -Earl Campbell Oct. 31, 1963.
Margaret $. Ettman v. Robert J. Ett $14470.City of Gainesville. North Waldo I and Larry Jeanette Donnell Jordan Cannady 19 High IS,Springs.High jury when the fall term of Circuit escape, two counts of assault an officer in Williston,

Hurricane man.Mary E. Bullard v. Woodro W. Bull- Road. construct restrooms at Citizens Springs and Eula Mae Boles, 15, High I Court starts here tomor- with intent to murder and July 25.Howard. Charged with withhold i n g
Field, $7,600.Florida Springs. .
# ard.Marie W. Deas v. James A. Deal. Industrial Commission, 315 S.!. Alberta Angel Lanza. 21, Gainesville ] breaking and entering. V Hamm is charged support from minor childrenare
Watching Katherine W. Crane v. Chester L 2nd Ave.. construct office building. 196.-'and Gainesville.Teresita DeJesus Roqteia 20, row.Defendants in the cases are Brown and Rankin escaped with forgery and uttering a for- Herman Edwards, JosephL.
Alexander Bradley v. Alberta Brad-. 051.Vera Eugene Ceasar Tiliman. 38. West Palm Laura Mable Williams, Ne- from State Road Prison 21, gery in the form of a $12 check Goodman, Eddie Jackson
T. King 428 S. E. 7th S'reet. .repair Beach. and Vivan Beatrice Vereen,
By SAM McGARVEY ley.Nina Mae Hart V. Archie Hart -r. dwelling $240. Ocala. 31. i gro, of Morriston charged with Bronson, May 19. Sheriff's Deputy -issued to Rogers Brothers Service James King and Floyd Will
Sun Staff WriterIt. Other Suits Begun construct United Const.dwelling Co., $10,500.3732 N. W. 21st PI. Ga Charles, and I Shannon Norton Crawford Kay Wells 23, 2C.Athens High, I murder in the pistol slaying of Sammy Cason was seriously Station in Cedar Key. ams. A total of 22 children are

.is easy enough to misplace I Ijnacio and Thurston Fiterre v.L Shirley Brooks K.damages.Tomlinson Avenue Thomas, construct J. Sheehan.green 3823 house.S.$200.W. 3rd Springs.Arthur ]her husband, Jack, on May 9 of wounded by gunfire in their Not in custody is Grady As-, involved.

most ,any old thing, but forPete's John S. Kennedy and Katherine H. Carl W. Rose, 835 37 39 41 S. W.V Margaret P.Johnson Benton, 30.31 Evmston i Gainesville and 1 this year; and Elijah Washington ensuing capture. ""
Kennedy v. Albert L Johnson, damages. 9th St.. addntion to dwellings, $5.000.
Charles Frank Lamb. 34. Gainesville,
sake how can anyone Woodmen of the World Life Insur- Charlton E. Melton, 3532 N. W. .13th and Linda Richey Schlosher, 24, Gaines- 19-year-old Williston Negro Paul Cowan and Robert Earl
lose a big hurricane! I nce Society v. Dewey M. Eutler and Ave.. construct residence. $20,000. ville. charged with Stormed-Out Swine
Carolyn F. charged in the slaying of Holloway are unlawful Day
mortgage foreclo- William Howard 1804 N. W. 12th Road. V John Harold Courtney, 21, Gainesville
It sounds impossible, what sure. construct dwelling. 29000. and Alice. Faye Medlock. 18, Gaines- Negro Timothy James of WIl- escape from State Road I
Ollie V. Creech v. Charles Leroy BaIley Joel M. Stien, 911 N. W. 37th Drive ville.
with radar aircraft
special and National Car Leasing Co. dam- addition and remodeling garage 52.800. Jerome Sylvester Cameron, 21. New- liston last April 5. Prison 21, Bronson, July 22.
which tracks the storms, and ages. Other Suits Elided repair Martha dwelling.C. Ramey$300.303 S. W. .13th Street. berry.20 Gainesville and Barbara Jean .Sieohenson, Judge John A. H. Murphreewill Thomas I. Mills is charged Rescheduled at University

expensive recording instruments State ,Road Department. v. John T. Otho Powell, 402 $. E. 11th flace, repair Andrew Harry Efstahion 29. Gainesville preside over the fall termof with escape from the Bronson -
but the Miami Weather -Insworth County condemnation.The Trust Co. v. Jack H. Caldwell V- Thomas dwelling Preston$163. 1126 N.'W. 8th Street. Gainesville.Joel, and .Susan Georgene Be th, 21. court, which starts at 9:30 camp and larceny of an auto- The 9th annual Swine Field grading and marketing of

Bureau has pulled the trick gate and foreclosure.Frances B. Caldwell, mort-.. repair dWelling. $650. David Cox. 27, Gainesvi'le. and mobile May 1. Day at the University of Flor- slaughter hogs, outlined by J.
I Mrs. John S. Niles. 1310 N. W. 1st Ave. Ethewyn Lillian Hall 26, Gainesville.
-not once but twice. Alma 1(., Bethea v. Gainesville Pub repair dwelling. $500. Gerald Lawrence Gibson. 24 Dunedin a.m.Twenty three other casesto Victoria Ruth is charged ida has been rescheduled for D. Stiles, chief of the Florida
The "official" boys down lishing Co. Building damages Permits dismissed. addition Arnow to Anton dwelling.2721$800.S. W. 7m Place, and Elaine Loretta Hastings, 21, Gaines. be heard include: with grand larceny in connection -Sept. 25 due to a cancellationof State Marketing Bureau.

there lost Cleo and when that City F. A. Canova. 614 S. W. 2Tth Court, ville.William with belonging to Bud- Hurricane The
Peartis Lee Chester, 1603 S. E. .3rd addition to dwelling. $5,000. Eugene Stephens 75 Gainesville David R. Brown charged with $250 plans caused by : remaining two topics include -
storm smacked Miami unexpectedly -Ave.. construct storage, $108. Joe Willingham 215 N. W. Kth Ave. Gainesville.and Judy Arlene McCfnn 23. 'escape, two charges of assault dy Crews July 5. Freddie Davis Dora. a discussion of produc-

the howls of criti- Ter.Mrs.. Install W. M.central Nicklas.heating 1014 N.and E. air 5th construct business Building offices Permits 117,00J. Gables Raymond and Gloria Elliott Gaye Watson.Woooward 23, Coral, 21, with intent to murder and two is charged with receiving slat- tion costs for hog raising, and
cism nearly matched hurricane conditioning. County Gainesville. charges of breaking and enter- stolen property in the form of The event was originally buying, slaughtering and packing 1
intensity. ed for Sept. 10. costs.A .

Hero at that time was K. L. Durrance, assistant panel will consider hand-

George Winterling, Jackson- Ag. Extension to Mark Ass't Levy County Agent animal husbandman Extension with the ling of purchased feeder pigs
ville meteorologist, who in the Florida Agricultural and garbage feeding problems.

face of "official" Miami word,. Service, said he expects more After a question and answer

correctly charted the path of Estes Gets Promotion I than 200 state swine producers, session, the Swine Producer's

Cleo. At least, he was a heroto 50th Year ConferenceThe production managers, and industry Association will meet to elect
at representatives to attend
thousands of amateur hur-
of the Estes state officers.
James B. Estes, assistant tes is president
scheduled Field I
ricane watchers who in their in Canton- the re Day. The Field Day is sponsoredby
Levy County agent, has been Timber Company will
The topics cen-
the storms program
livingrooms broadcast reports.plot Florida Agricultural Extension Dr. E. T. York Jr., provost i promoted to the post of associ- ment. ter around current swine oper- Service the Agricultural Extension

The same thing happened Service will mark its UF PresidentTo for agriculture, University of ate county agent. ational and production pro b- Animal in Science cooperation with the
50th anniversary year at its an- Estes, 28, was appointed to lems. Department,
when Florida will the
Wednesday night mighty speak on Agricultural
Experiment Station
nual conference, Sept. 15 18, the assistant's post following his Dr. E. T. York Jr., provostfor -
the NE
Dora was approaching Review topic "Meettn the Challengeof University of Florida.
coast and bug-eyed TV viewers with a look into the future.Dr. Tomorrow." graduation with a B.S.A from agriculture, will open the

were anxiously waiting to hear J. Wayne Reitz, presi- the University of Florida College program with a welcome to the

where Dora's evil eye would dent, University of Florida, will Agency's. WorkClifford of Agriculture in 1958. "i. 1.I swine producers. He will be followed I

pass over the mainland. open the conference with an Women's Club He received his master's degree by Dr. T. J. Cunha, headof "

Dutifully, George reported the anniversary address highlighting in agriculture in 1963. the Animal Science Depart- Buzz

"official" verdict, that the the past and the present .in Alston, Extension economist In WillistonTo While attending the Universityof ment, Florida Agricultural Experiment Mixson

storm was off St. Augustineand cooperative Extension work. will present man- Florida, he was selected as Stations, who will discuss Sun Area

heading in a NE direction Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director of agement considerations in relation Start Year a member of Gamma Sigma i the outlook for the swine Editor

toward Jacksonville Beach. the Florida Agricultural Exten- to DARE. Delta, Alpha Tau Alpha and industry.

But then, like David and Gor sion Service, will point up Ex One conference session will WILLISTON Members of Alpha Zeta honorary fraternities Next on the agenda is a tour

iath, he, yanked back on his, tension's role Operation DARE center on consumer education, the Williston Woman's Club and the Honorary Societyof of the Experiment Stations

slingshot and in effect said, -the University of Florida'snew with Mrs. Virginia Schroeder -will start a new year at a meet- Agriculture. farm conducted by Experi-
The in director of Standard Under his direction, Levy ment Station and Extension
"They've got it wrong. concept developing agricultural ing scheduled at 3:30: p.m. to-
lowest barometric reading is resources effectively.K. Brands, Inc., test kitchens of morrow. County 4-H members have been Service personnel. The tour will
and still New York Dr. A. East- awarded three state winners in be followed by a barbecue Sam ''
at St. Augustine, dropping M. Gilbrath marketing Ralph
and the storm must be specialist, will review marketing wood and Mrs. Gladys Kendall Mrs. Travis Harris, president -the father son peanut pro- lunch at the Livestock Pavil- McGarvey ;: _

heading in that direction." considerations in implementing Extension marketing specialists will preside at the meeting duction program, a state win- ion.The Sun Area '. ,. t.I"t

Moments later, a rival TV DARE. Extension specialists presenting Extension's which will have as guest ner in the tractor tare program afternoon session will be- Staff '. V, '

channel urged its viewers to C.V.. Reaves, J. E. opportunities for consumer edu- speaker, Joe Motley of Central and another in swine'and ESTES gin with a proposal---for.-----uniform- W.. ...;......... V < V
beware of "rumors" and issu Pace, F. P. Lawrence, F. S. cation. Florida Junior College beef cattle production. In addition -

ed the "official" forecast that Jamison, J. R. Henderson, E. Ralph Horst, Florida State I who will; talk about the adult he has guided Levy Coun- <'" ,

Dora was headed for Jax W. McElwee, J. S. Moore andT. Department of Agriculture, will education program. ty to runner-up positions"in High Springs Gets -.J. .

Beach. [. G. Herndon will interpret emphasize what consumers I Henry Powell principal of! many awards programs.
Unfortunately, the rest of the DARE projections in dairying need to know about food stand- Wilaston High School, will dis. Estes is married to the for-

debate was lost for Gcorge'sstation livestock, fruit crops, vegetables -ards. cuss the citizen's responsibility mer Susie Moring' Pensacola.The BOB

went off the air, and one field crops, ornamentals, Dr. Hervey Sharpe will out- for education at the local level. couple have two children, Budget Increase MEEKERSun

of his partisans was quick to poultry, and forestry as they line the organization and oper- II Hostesses for the meeting will ages five and seven. v 'RiI'

hint that sabotage was involved. apply to county Extension pro- ation of Extension's Information -be Mrs. William Rees Mrs. B. He is the son of R. J. and I Area

grams. Project. L. Neal, Mrs. Fred Hale and the late Katharine B. Estes of I I HIGH SPRINGS The High operate during the next fiscal! Staff

Even so, it was with great Mrs. Dent Lofien.Schedules. Cantonment Fla. The senior Es- Springs City Commission will year, which starts Oct. 1, witha '.: Writer
satisfaction that along with '
budget of $128,198, accordingto t '
thousands of others, we at: I
City Clerk Lou Cloutier. I'
home heard George's forecast Bradford HospitalADMISSIONS
The total represents an in-
sustained, even though it Suwannee River
hrnnpht Dora closer to us.By"ruck crease of $8,293 as comparedwith I The MostComplete
--: ; candlelight-- and Rhodes, all of Starke. the current budget, and;
an all-time high for operation! NelvsCoverage
an inexpensive baromctEr, we Sept. 3 Edna Laneah Cor- Sept. -James Harold :

had followed the approach: of bett, Keystone Heights; Neal Crawford Sarah Luke Kirby, Youth Fair for Oct. 12FANNIN of Cloutier the city said government.millage will re-'I of

the storm. From a point above Curtis Carpenter, Hawthorne; both of Starke.
main at 15 and that increased
30, it dopped steadily 29.80, ,. Eunice Louise Gilliard, Satsuma Births from NorthcentralFlorida
revenue property
to 29.60 and then sank to 29.50 ; Mary Joyce Crawford, Carolyn : SPRINGS-The 11th Sept. 26.Cobb 'ed in 1954- has steadily grownin licen-:
sessments occupational
and stopped for the tinJ( Hutcheson Fuqua both of Sept. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Wil- annual Suwannee River Youth said that the board of size, including the number of 1
and franchise taxes offset
It was then apparently, thatDora Starke: Elizabeth Ann Bod- liam Henry Gilliard Satsuma, Fair has been scheduled Oct. 1 directors of the sponsoring Su- exhibits and participants. ses
the boost in .
changed course, after a way, Jacksonville; Mary Met- a daughter, Tamara Lynn. and 2 at the Tri-County Livestock wannee River Fair and Live- Last year a record 417 .exhibits spending.He I
two hour stall, for our barometer I' Sept. 5 Mr. and Mrs. EarlD. Pavilion here. said two of the principal,
low, Melrose. stock Association, at a recent were displayed. Have
I Conner, Starke, a son, Ran- items in the budget are: (1)) the
recorded ssi/ e
succ ;
y i Sept. 4 Christine Harmon, Oct. 1 has been designated en- meeting set up the same show Cobb urged all the exhibitorsto
dy Donald Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I about for the'
29.40 (a low for our place during ; $4,000 remodeling
last start to their
and the'participating regulations as year. now prepare
Starke. try day, ,
Griffis Starke daughter council in the hall Sun Home
and room city ,
29.20 ,
15 years), 29.30 youths from Dixie GUchrist and The Youth Fair which startA I entries for the fair.
then hit bottom at 29.05. Soon Sept 5 Violet Conner, Mary Teresa Ann. and ((2)) about $6,000 for moving

after that the eye of the storm Jane Griffis, John Henry For-I Sept. 6 Mr. and Mrs. I I Levy counties have been asked water lines as required in the; DeliveredToday
section and from sythe Virginia Carol Glisson George Wilkerson to bring in their livestock, rebuilding of SR-27 within the'
went by our Lawtey, a
then on the barometer began all of Starke; Bood James, son, Raymond Louis. poultry and other exhibits on 4 Seek PardonsOr city limits -'
that date between 4 and 9 p.m. !
Waldo Mae Cruce
a climb which indicated ; Frankje Sept. 7 Mr. and Mrs. JoeL.
that Dora was rapidly moving Lawtey; William Gregory Par- Forsythe, Lake Butler, a The show proper starts at I
rish Maxville. 9:30 ajn,. on Oct 2. In To Order
son, Wesley Benjamin. Today
away.In with the During the all-day fair, FFA Civil THE GAINESVILLE SUN
the meantime, Sept. 6 James Pender Jr., DischargedSept Rights PhoneBROHSOP4
4-H Club and FHA memberswill
power off-we were quktly vor- Henry James Parker, Valaria 3 Pearl Prevatt Grif
rying about a refrigerator and Tyson Henry A. Lawson, all fis, Noah Taylor, Mary Evale- ; be competing for ribbons LIed HistoryBy OTTER. CEDAR CREEK KEY.
and in six divisions
deepfreeze, both loaded of Starke; Annie Brown Wil- na Johnson William Leroy prize money Starke woman, Marie for one year before dis I -22.uBROOKER.

which were both approachingthe kerson, Lawtey. Johnson. including beef cattle, dairy cat- Woodberry, 1306 E. EstelleSt. charge.J. TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS
tie swine, poultry, corn, home Today is 13 the LA CROSSE .
is four Sunday, Sept ,
danger point. among
Sept. 7 Ann Starling, An-: Sept. 4 Grady Lamar Williamson :economics and crafts exhibits. B. Griffin, 35, Belle, is 4JS-4771
257th day of 1964. There 109
We had acted earlier on a from this area who arc askingthe are
nie Forsythe. both of Lake Violet Conner, Leon I available asking pardon. He was convicted WALDO, FAIRBANKS
suggestion that pails or pans Entry are state pardons board to days left in the year.Today's .
Garl Russell Mathews Gainesville
Butler -. Sun
; Renfroe, Mildred Mae Sapp, from agriculture teachers, county in 1962 in Gilchrist County Ore.
of water in the freezers would I grant pardon or restore civil I 3724441
Geri Linda Crawford, Reese for without highlight in history:
make ice which in turn would Timothy Roberts Har- agents home ec teachers and rights. entering breaking,
Mary M. Phillips, Myrtle Ruth On this date in 1814 BalL!
transform the freezer* into C. Glasgow, Jessie Mae home demonstration agents. The board holds its quarterly possession of moonshine still I ,
'old-fashioned ice boxes. Anderson, Henry Lamar Dom- Thomas, Alice Jacqueline Hicks I Show secretary Leonard Cobb meeting in Tallahassee Wed- apparatus; and breaking and more lawyer Francis Scott Key WILLISTON

The trick helped no doubt mon, all of Starke; Marie An- and son Paul Gregory, Joseph I said that entries must be turn- nesday. entering. He was given concurrent -was detained aboard a British'! 521SAAJTRENTON.
dreu Cross, Keystone Heights. Frank Hazen Denise Marie 18-month sentences on warship, one of a fleet bombarding
but the real work was dne by ed in to the show'officials by Miss Woodberry, a Negro, BELLHO
Sept. 8 Nina Elizabeth Sanders each Jan. 29 1363. Fort McHenry Ches.
power company workmen, who Akridge and daughter Valerie was convicted of manslaughter charge on 3-2557
Starke Jesse Homes Sullivan -
while we were snug as a b. in ; Denise, Olan Rowe. in Volusia County Nov. 9, Fred Haislop, 52, Rt. 2 Box apeake Bay. CROSS CITY. OLD TOWN

a r., got out in the storm and Brooker Gainesville.; Addie Mattie Sept. 5 Elizabeth Ann Bod- Trenton 4-H 1954. She was sentenced to 20 145, Starke is asking icstora- Key watched through the day 498-3091
restored service. way. years in state prison, and now tion of civil rights. Haislop was and night as the American flag HAWTHORNE
9 James I
Sept. Moo- Sept. 6 Robert Lewis Black Is convicted Nov. 12, 1956 in Brad- GR 55mMICANOPY.
on parole. survived !
rain of shells
Sun area staff writer Sam dy, Davis Willie Johnson B. McKinney Donald Demos H.-Eunice Lynn Gilliard and Poultry ShowPostponed Tommy Hardenbrook Jr., 25, ford County for passing a the fort. The next morning he' MciNTOSH

McGaney will be on a two- daughter Tamara Lynn Marg RL 1 Box 30, Starke is asking worthless check. He was plac- wrote "The Star Spangled Banner -'! Fritz Micanopy Aihmore

weeks vacation starting to Joyce Crawford, Virginia Car- pardon. He pleaded guilty in ed on five years' probationJan. ," that was to become the'
morrow. Persons in Brad Annual PTA ol Glisson. Bradford County May H, 1953 5, 1957. By action o! the national anthem. MELROSE.Ore.KEYSTONE 372-1441 HTS.

ford, Union and Clay coun- Sept. 7 Valorie Tyson, Vio- and was sentenced to 18 monthsin sentencing judge he v.as discharged I

ties who ordinarily place let Conner and son Randy Donald TRENTON-A4-H Club state prison. He served from probation Feb. On this date NEWBERRYWINDSOR. 372-1636

news items in the Sun Dinner Set Maggie Margaret Stewart, poultry show scheduled here eight months,. then was pare--15, 1961. In 1788, Congress named New,

through McGaney should James Pender Jr., Henry yesterday 'has been postponeduntil When convicted of felonies, York the nation's capital city. j CAMPVILLE.. ORANGE HTS.

contact the area editor at the In Lake ButlerLAKE James Parker, Ann Starling. next Friday because of defendants are stripped of their In 1847, American troops captured SANTA FE SHORES.

Sun office in Gainesville. % Sept. 8 Elizabeth Prevatt inclement weather. County Newberry PTA rights to vote or hold office, to the fortified site of Cha -1 CJrc. 3724441ARCHER

BUTLER The annual -James Morris Roberts Lois Agent Jim Yelvington said. serve on juries and enjoy other -ultepec and entered Mexico City

covered-dish supper meetingof Crawford, Nathaniel D y a 1, The poultry show, sponsoredby Plans ReceptionNEWBERRY civil privileges. These rightsare the. next day. 495-2244

Egg Market the PTA will be held Thurs- John Henry Forsythe, Mary Sears.Roebuck and Co., will restored only by an set of In 1894 the first CHIEFLAND
day, at the school cafeteria. Mellow, Margaret Jane Gnus start at 3:30 pjn. with the en- The Newber.. the state pardons board to restore production resembling 493-f722
JACKSONVILLE (AP) The The supper will start'at 6 p.m.; and daughter Teresa Ann Violet -tering of pullets .by 4-H mem- ry PTA will hold a receptionfor i civil rights or grant a a modern ", LAKE BUTLER
Northeast Florida Egg Market and the will V comedy, "The Gaiety Girl, HY 4-3W1
meeting begin Stewart bers., all faculty members of New-pardon.

.. prices to retailers: about an hour later. in the au Sept 9 Henry.Lamar Dam- Judging by Julian Moore, berry High School, kindergarten .. Members of the state par- opened York. at Daly's theater. in New I STARKE. LAWTEY

Extra large 4 -5l, mostly 49- ditorium.The mon, Marie Smith and daughter -Extension Service poultryman through the 12th grad,, dons board are Gov. Farris Bryant 5647774HIGH

51; large 44V4-48, mostly 46-48: meeting will provide an Rosa Ann, Christine Harmon will take place from 4 to 5 Tuesday at 8 pjn. at the high I Tom Adams secretaryof In 1943, Chiang Kai-Shek was SPRINGS

medium 41 44, mostly 41-42: opportunity for parents to meet Annie B. Wilkerson and p.m. At 5 pjn. the prize pullets school state, Atty, Gen. James elected president of China. or WRITE 454-ltM or CALL

small 27-32, mostly 28. the teachers, and also visit son Raymond Louis David will be sold at auction, and the Mrs. Dan Allen, PTA president Kynes, Comptroller Ray Green, In 1949 a fire destroyed 300 CIRCULATION MANAGER

Poultry at farms: fryers 14; classrooms during an open Franklin Baker, William Greg- awards dinner is scheduled to and Mrs. Theta Wright! and Doyle Connor, commissioner -V feet of the million dollar pier in GAINESVILLE 372-844

kens light 5666't2: house pori.ion'of the program. ory Parrish. begin at'6 p.m. are in charge of the reception., of agriculture. Atlantic City. BOX 57

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I THE LIBRARYInstead Oia! ttsuilk iWt Pains of 'Sermon-ShaDinsr -


of Violence, Arthur and City"; "The Heritage of Biblical RELIGIONFairbanks By JACK MARTIN Christian theology at Southern

Lila Weinberg, Eds., Grossman Faith" (J. Philip Hyatt) LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Baptist Theological Seminary,

1963. a compact, but ,comprehensiveguide The notes of the organ fade Must Sift Study Ideas and the Rev. Harry Pinkel,
By A. R. MEADDr. book and companion to the settles ,
away, congregation director of the pastoral year of
( Mead, our guest reviewer the Bible, with an historical ap- back, and the pastor steps into theology for Carmelite priests,

is Professor Emeritus of proach. his pulpit He glances at his Make Theology ,Relevant said sermons had a spiritual,
Education, University of Flori- Government, Politics, Law Church
papers, perhaps, then begins his aspect that made them more
da, and State Director for Flor "The Invisible Government"iWise sermon. What the congregationhears 'han a speech.

ida of the National Retired ( and .Boss) dramatic may have begun taking Jeshurun. "Perhaps 20 hours said the Rev.. Cecil C. F. Wag- "The real key to successful

Teachers Association.) account of America's intelligence shape'when it filed out the door but you can't sit down for 20 staff. assistant to the rector of preaching is the preacher's own
Man has a long and vast and espionage apparatus Name Is ChangedMembers the previous week. hours. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.He familiarity through reading and

recorded body of materials ; "Federal Aid to Depressed And, according to four Louis- So he works on at least a carries cards to jot down prayer," Father Penkel said.
about war, violence, and oUr Areas" (Sar Levitancri- ville clergymen, they might Dr. Ward said he used to
er forms of use of force. Man's tical evaluation of the A rea of the Oak Hill In- church organizations. The .Bible hear a lot more, if there was dozen ideas all the time, think- ideas. And although he believes. distribute lists of his sermons

collection of materials about the:Redevelopment Administration; dependent Baptist Church of will be used as the text just time to prepare and develop -ing, researching and organizing.He it important "to keep within the and ask church members to

use of non violence and non- "American State Politics" (V. Fairbanks have voted unani- book in all classes and teach- sermons from the available is able to develop only half collect, epistle and Gospel for check the ones that had been

force is much smaller. Most'0. Key) -study of the twoparty mously to change the name of ings. The present church rules ,ideas. ideas he would like each the day," he also believes in I, most helpful. "Usually they

/ readers today, when meeting system and how it works ina their Church from the Oak and regulations will remain in "Preparation takes a longtime year. trying "to make our"theology as were how to meet life crises,"

the idea of non violence, thinkof i variety of States; "The Great Hill Independent Baptist effect until a committee can ," said Rabbi ,J., J. Gittle- "Sermons, really come out of relevant as we can. he said. Then he often devel-

Thoreau's "Essay on Civil I Design" (Cornelia Meigs) Church to the Oak Hill Faith revise them and seek approvalby man of congregation: Adath I the warn and woof of living," Dr. Wayne Ward professor of oped these ideas into more
Disobedience" and of Gand well written chronicle of the Tabernacle. It was also voted the church. sermons.

hi's non violent rebellion I United' Nations from 1945 that the church would no'longer The church will continue to be The four agreed that a good

against Britain for India's to 1963! "Gideon's Trumpet" be operated under the denomi- pastored by Rev. George E. sermon should be short and

freedom. This, however, is only, (Anthony Lewis) the extra- nation of ,Baptist but would be Tison, Mrs. Julia Howard will' 1st Lutheran to Welcome prepared well in advance.

a very small part of the mater- ordinary precedent-setting case an inter-faith (nondenominational serve as clerk and Mrs. Hattie
ials about peace and the use I of C. E. Gideon, whose plea to ) church. Lefevers as treasurer. Sunday 1st Christian

of means other than violence the Supreme Court from a Florida The following'resolution was school classes for all age groups

and force. One immediately re- prison won his liberty on adopted: "To recognize .all people meets each Sunday at 10 a.m. New Director of StudentsThe

calls the teachings of the New, the grounds that he was tried of all faiths as long as their with worship services at 11 a.m. Starts Month

Testament, but man has not without a defense counsel whomhe faith is based on Bible beliefs." and 7 p.m. Mid-week prayer i
accorded them more than in-' could not afford: "Trial by No printed literature. of any service and Bible study meets Miss Rosalynne (Roxy) Meyer daughter of the Rev. and

tellectual acceptance; he has Jury" (Samuel McCart-step-) type will be used in any of the Wednesday evening- at, 7:30. will be commissioned at today's Mrs. Victor Meyer of Huntington On LoyaltyFirst
11 a.m. service as Student Di- Woods, Mich., Miss Meyer
not used them in his national by-step) explanation of how the
rector of the First Lutheran graduated this June from Val- .
and international affairs. jury system works. Name r' M Christian Church, SW
Holy Society Begins3Part in
Church. paraiso University Valparaiso -
Arthur and Lila Weinberghave History Second Avenue at Eighth Street,
Ind. To her liberal arts
compiled a vast body of "Ordeal by Sea" (Thomas Conducting the special com earn ''+ tr..5. will begin today observation of

writings on peace, non vio- Helm) the story .of the U. Program for YearThe missioning service will be the degree minored she majored in music.in Active theologyand in "Loyalty Month," to 'last until I

lence, and related subjects in S.S. "Indianapolis"" its sinkingby Rev. Richard Deffner, Lutheran T Yx3. October 4.
the Student Senate and Gamma
their recent volume "InsteadOf a Japanese submarine in first meeting of the year year's program will be divided chaplain at the University of Phi also To launch the month, Univer-
"Violence. The documents World War II, and the ordealof for St. Patricks' Holy Name Society into three portions coveringthe Georgia at Athens. Daffner, who sorority, was a sity students will be welcomedat
of the leadership
alone fill 474 pages; the biography its survivors; "The Story of was held in the parish hall nine society meetings, with also will preach at this morn- part training school's program youth which- a Coffee Hour at 9:15 this

8 of fine print. The few York" (Susan E. Lyman) Tuesday evening at 8:30 p.m. one lecture, one panel discussionand ing's service, is chairman of the trains for, fu 11- morning with a University class

long list of writers includes a fine history of the city Forty members of the society one film presentation on Florida-Georgia District's Cam- time church young work people di- taught by J. E. Gannon, retired

Lao-Tse, Buddha, Aristophanes, from 1625 to the present; "From attended the affair which began each of the following three sub- pus Commission of the Lutheran in "inner as youth U.S. Army Lt. Colonel.

Kant, Camus, Carlyle, Emerson Spinning Wheel to Spacecraft"H. with Benediction at the church jects, "Fishers of Men", "Your Church, Missouri Synod.In rectors" and in city peace The pastor, J. E. Moore, said

Tolstoy, Gandhi, John ( E. Neal) -the stoory of the administered by Fr. Mouch. Holy Name Society" and "Cath- her new position at First t corps, campus ministry. students are asked to sit together -

XXIII, and many others. Read- industrial revolution; "Deathof Society president Frank Pac olic Educational System." Lutheran, Miss Meyer will su- Miss Meyer's field'work (in- ., in the morning worship at 11

ers will be surprised at many the Thresher" (Norman Pol- presided at a business meeting Corporate communion for the pervise and direct activities for cludes a year as youth directorat ,, 'v-. '+-. ._ i o'clock. At 5:45 this evening,

of the names on this Jist. But,mar) -the full account of the l outlining the plans for the coming society will take place at the Lutheran students at the "Uni Grace Lutheran Church on I .:+.;-". ..., they will be the guests ol the
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year. He also introduced the nine o'clock Mass today, and the versity of Florida. She will be MEYER.''' -- congregation at a dinner, where
their sources-many other ma- our most advanced nuclear submarine i program committee, consistingof "The Sanctity of the Home." responsible for making contact She also participated in Wal- MISS the speaker will be H. J. Bur-

terials exist, scattered in var- ; "Life in Regency Eng- > Dr. R. A. Giudice, chairman, All the men of the parish are with students in the community ther League caravaning, anda summers as, youth director at nette of the FICUS (Florida In

ious publications.The land" (R. J. White -an accurate Robert Barnhart, Clyde Pierce, invited to participate with their and assisting in their worship, staff member at a Lutheran Memorial Lutheran Church in stitute for Continuing University

concepts involved in picture of customs, Jas. Collins and Pat Brown. The sons for this intention. fellowship ad Christian growth. children's summer camp in Houston, Tex., and at St. Paul's Studies) Staff at the University.Other .
these writings are varied. Sev- dress, beliefs and occupations, -- : Michigan and she has spent two Church in Austin, Tex. features of "Loyalty

eral deal with the idea of non- illustrated and indexed. Month" are a children's choir,

violence, but not necessarily of Fiction Gethsemane. Luther meeting at 9:30 each Sunday
ranrogram Begin
the Gandhian type. Martin Bu- """Man on Fire" (LeGette Bly- 1st ,Methodist to Hear morning for children from the

ber, the theologian claims that thefictionalized) account of second through the seventh

people can overcome conflict. the life of St Paul; "The Vine New Educational I* grades, a Sunday evening Bible
Martin Luther King describeshis Missionary to PhilippinesMrs.
and the Olive" (Margaret Cul- discussion group at 6 p.m. for
own development of this adults and people, and
kin Banning) -outspoken novel young a
idea and his acceptance of non- ,C. L., Spottswood, who Director of the Wesley Foundation time at 7 o'clock
about birth control, by a Cath- Prayer every
Today the Gethsemane Luth- Its curriculum rests Lutheran Two new staff members have
violence to secure rights. Pope upon with her husband, is a Methodist at the University of Florida
olic author; "Never No More"IShirley eran Church's Sunday school, theology and assumed teaching responsibilities morning.
John XXIII asked the worldto employsboth Missionary to the Philip- prior to the couple's commis-
( Seifert) the story of along with Lutheran churches old and new methods of at Gethsemane Lutheran, *
halt the arms race. Lillian pines, will be the guest speakerin sioning as missionaries in the
Daniel Boone's wife Rebecca; throughout America, begins use learning to help the individual Mrs. Margaret Getzmann for
Smith described the kind of the First Methodist Church, Methodist Church. Both Rev. Welcomes New
"A Case of Libel" (Henry Den- of a new parish educational program respond and witness to his grades 1-2 and David Pot for
love Involved in the striving for 419 NE First St., at both the and Mrs. Spottswood served on
human rights. James Farmer ker) a play based on "My compiled and field tested faith. Closely related is the Bib- grade 6. The continuing staff 8:45 and 11 o'clock church serv- the staff of the First Methodist Choir DirectorMarshall
Life in Court" by Louis Nizer;, over the past eight years by the 'lical emphasis of the new cur- members are Mrs. Joan
reports on a freedom ride. Nor- ices, today, by the pastor the Church during their last furlough -
bert Wiener shows that even "Father to the Man" (Bentz: Lutheran Church in, America. riculum. Vaughn, prenursery; Mrs. Eve- Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell, has here. Thomas has begun

the distribution of information Plageraann) -the chronicle of lyn Gregory, nursery; Mrs.Shirley announced.Mrs. his work as the new Choir DIrector -

is not always an innocent ac- a few years in a young man'slife I Sommer, kindergarten; Mrs. Spottswood has just returned of the First Christian
tion. The courage of a unitar- I when he passes from boyhood Holy Trinity Alters ScheduleHoly Lois Green, grades 3-4; Paul from the Philippines fora MethodistsTo Church. Thomas was graduated

ian minister, Thedore Parker to manhood; "The Town Thompson, grade 5; Mrs. Ruth visit with her parents, Mr. from the University of Florida
Wiesel); the physical and spiritual Trinity Episcopal Churchof 9:30: and 11 o'clock. The 11 a.m. Koch, junior high Mrs. Marie
to audience ; and Mrs. Chester S. Harold, Honor last spring with the degree of
speaking an
policed Gainesville at 116 NE FirstSt. is resumed aftera
happenings triggered by prayer being senior and
Hinkley, high
by U. S. Army soldiers ; Henry 1704 NW Sixth Ave. Bachelor of Fine Arts. He Is
a Jew's return to his home ., today discards its summer summer interim. adults.
during the Mexican War is The Spotswoods are well now working toward a Masterof
well shown. The compilation includes town after World War II. schedule. Holy Communion will be The pastor of Gethsemane Lutheran known in Gainesville and to the TeachersThe Musical Education.One .

writings dating as far Mystery Beginning today, services for served each First Sunday at all Church is Rev. Norman Florida Methodist conference.Rev. of his most recent com-
morning will be at 8, services.no E. Kieffer. served First Methodist Church
the of
back as 463 B.C. (Asoka), 471 "You Only Live Twice" (Ian ----- Spottswood as munity performances was as
B. C. (Buddha) and 473 B. C Flemingthe) latest James Gainesville, through its Com "Count Almaviva" in the opera,
(Lao-Tse) Bond novel; "The Departure of mission on Education, has plan- "The Marriage of Figaro," pre-

This is valuable volume Mr. Gaudette" (Doris Miles: ned a special recognition serv- sented this summer by the mu-
and should be in every high Disneydisappearance and ice for tonight at the 7:30 wor- sic department of the Univer
suspense in a small town; ship service in appreciation of sity.
school library, used in aU un-
"Death of a Skin Diver" (Simon the school teachers in the

ble dergraduate to all concerned colleges,with avail the Jay) -a puzzler in which Gainesville Public Schools and Says Regime

United Nations and national the sleuth is a New Zealand pathologist Doctrine Growth Told the University of Florida.

and international relations. As,' ; "The Malabani: Dean J. B. White, chairman! Barring Him
Pearl" (Frank Archer) of the Commission on Education -
was declared by the Comte De
Notty some years ago, wars Chase and Adventure buil t By GEORGE MIMS intention or attempt to or- The local churches are organ- "We share the common pro- : will extend a welcome too From CouncilVIENNA
around a vanishing nightclubhostess ganize a separate denomination ized into state conferences in I the teachers.
and international violence will I The Advent Christian Church testant belief in the doctrine of
and fabulous Participating in the service
a treasurefor Gerald said. five regional districts of the
not until international 1 I
agencies educate the to which men are ready to kill.Will is a protestant church whose Gerald explained that Miller's United States and Canada. the virgin birth as essential to .along with the pastor, Rev. Austria (AP) -
Millions of human beings Christian faith is based upon teaching of the imminent returnof i These conferences, together faith in the deity of Christ," Thomas G. Mitchell, will be S. Archbishop Dr. Josef Beran of

peace.have not LEARNED to settle Try AgainTo the second coming (advent) of Christ and the doctrine of the ,with denominational institutionsare I The Church has made no offi- I. Hendrix, principal of the How- Prague said Saturday that Cze-

their difference by meth- Christ as the hope of the world. nature and mortality of man, I associated under the Advent cial statements on divorce or''ard Bishop Junior High School, choslovak Communist regime
has barred him from
birth and Mrs. Ray Massey, a teacher attending
ods other than violencewhichin Register strongly influenced the founding Christian General Conference of control. '
turn breeds more violenceand r> "As a religious movement, it of the Advent Christian Church. I America which meets every two "We consider the church to in the Littlewood ElementarySchool. the. Vatican Ecumenical Council.

destruction. In the troubled Adult Classes began with a widespread "awak- The first Advent Christian years be representative of Jhe Lord's .

days, this book is timely ening' on the question of the ad- Church was established at Salem "We have no existing creed people with the mission to proclaim Following the church service, Archbishop Beran, who livesin
Due to inclement weather the Massachusetts I there will be an informal fellow- semi-detention, said he had
and worthy of attention.The vent of Christ," said Rev. Dud-I in 1860. except Christ and no doctrines the gospel to all. It is a
following books were Adult Vocational Classes that ley R. Gerald, pastor of the Ad- "The Advent Christian holds I except those of the New Testa- time of fellowship and the gath- ship for the congregation and received a personal invitation
were scheduled to register Sep- of Gaines- ment Gerald said. ering of God's people Gerald the teachers in the Bethany from Pope Paul VI a few days
recently received by the Library vent Christian Church that the world is evil and will ,
tember 10, will register Thurs- said. Room[ of the chutch. The church ago to come to Rome for the'
: ville. "It strongest be destroyed by divine intervention -I Two sacraments are observed -
day, September 17. invites all sessions which
most clearly defined in the and that the wicked are to : Baptism by immersion and There is community teachers council open
for the no hierarchy or centralized -
Registration and
following United States under the leadership school officials to attend. Monday.
perish while the righteous are to Holy Communion (the Lord's
"The Basis of C hri stian courses will be at Gainesville control of religious activities -. .
of William Miller ((1783- be saved, said Gerald. Supper).
Faith" (Floyd Hamiltona i )I High School at 7:30 P.M. in the Advent Christian) COMING!
1849)), of Low Hampton, New "Today, the prominent doc-I Gerald said the Advent Chris- Church. I
modern for Christianity
argument Business Education Teaching "
York. trines of the Church centers tian Church believes that thereis THE VOICE OF PENTECOST
; "The Second Session" Auditorium. Worship is held on the first I
"The movement under Millerwas
around the doctrine of condi- only one baptism and that is
(Xavier Rynnean account of f Basic Basic Electronics of the week.
Electricity, within the existing churches day CAMPAIGN
tional immortality, that man is by immersion in the name of
Vatican Council II by the au and Electronic Communications (Baptist, Methodists, and mortal by nature, but may receive -the Father, Son and the Holy The services consists of sing!

thor of "Letters from Vatican I -Drafting Shop. Congregationalists), and in the immortality as the gift Ghost ing, praying, and preaching,I THE DESTINY OF AMERICA

days of its beginning there was of God at the resurrection much like that of most Protestant -
"It is considered an act of ob- Revealed
through faith in Jesus Christ" I Churches," Gerald said. by an open vision.
Named edience and surrender and Is
Assistant DirectorOf .
Hear this and unusual
The Advent Christian Church symbolic of the death, burial, Today, the Advent Christi a n! strange

ParticipatesIn teaches that the Bible is the and resurrection of Chirst,"I Church maintains foreign mis; Phenomenon !

Nuclear Sciences at UFDr. Word of God and the sole and Gerald explained. i sionary work In Africa, India,'

sufficient standard of Christian .'The practice of Holy Communion China, Japan, and the Philip 1

Billy G. Dunavant>> was clear program. He will also car Stetson faith and practice. is a memorial service to' pines.In .

named assistant director of nu- ry on a research program on "Also, we believe that Lord the death of Christ and is observed addition, it maintains two: Jace Sweating
clear sciences at the Universityof the uses of radioactive isotopesin Retreat Jesus Christ is the only Savior by each ,church when it publishing houses, three homes:
Florida today.As unusual biological situations. from sin; that He died for our sees fit Some churches prac for the aged, and one children'shome. i

Prior to accepting the sins, arose bodily from the dead, tice the Communion services .. i
assistant to Dr. George K. position Dr. Dunavant was new associate Paul Martin of Gainesville and ascended to heaven as our every week while others do so There are 461 churches and of Miami, Fla. rp\

Davis, Dr. Dunavant will be professor of radiation participated on the program of Mediator," Gerald said. once every three months." 33,341 members. : Sept. 2127Will

particularly concerned with the biology and the university's radiation the Stetson University Baptist "The Advent Christian Church
operation of the Nuclear Sciences Student Union Preschool Re- {
control officer. believes that Christ will return
Building and with the radia- f treat, which began Wednesdayand II ANEW CHURCH IN GAINESVILLE'
to earth and
A native of Hot springs, Ark., ended personally visiblyat First Services 13th Expound The Vision
tion safety aspects of the nu- Saturday.1'be retreatwas
Dr Dunavant took his B. Sand the close of this age to judge.
M.S degrees in the field held at the Central Baptist the world and bestow eternal And Will Bring Dynamic
Camp, near DeLand.A .
Moved South of zoology from George Peabody life upon believers. Messages From The Bible.

College for Teachers. In 1959 he Baptist retreat prior to the "Furthermore, it holds that CHURCH 9

KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) -:earned his Ph.D. in the field of beginning of the school year at there will be a resurrection of i
Some visitors have called bionucleonics from Purdue Uni Stetson,.the annual affair Is also all the dead when Jesus comes 1628 N.W. 6th St. PRAYERS FOR THE

attended by interested again, when the just will enter
Ketchikan the rain capital of the versity.Dr. nonBaptist -
world. They should be here now. Dunavant has been assist. students. The three day In- into eternal life and the unjust SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 SICK EACH NIGHT J

Not a drop of rain has fallen ant to the director of the u.s. spirational program was under will suffer the second death." MORNING 7:30 P.M. NIGHTLY' ,
: this month.In Atomic Energy Commission Isotope the direction of Jack Mabry, "The local Advent Christ i a n 10-*4. 5 WORSHIP
BSU Director Churches are governed by !
at Stetson. con
the first 10 days of September Division at Oak" Ridge,
gregational elected leaders
last year, 14.44 Inches. rain Tenn., a research associate at Outstanding religious speakers deacons. These offices, along and II TRAINING UNION 6:00 I Sponsored byCalvary
down. the Argonne National Laboratory
came assisted campus BSU and other with the pastor (and ordained ft H EVANGELISTIC
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In August, the rainfall was ; and a featured lecturer student leaders in .VV
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19.64 inches. Last year's total: with the American Institute of the retreat, One of these was considered useful instruments', are!' Pastor GiiMSviilc High School, );

precipitation )was 169.56 inches,I Biological Sciences Visiting Bio Paul Martin, who helped with sanctioned by the apostles MISSIONARY FUNDAMENTAL L
a foot and a half above normaL logists Program. the fellowship programs Gerald said. Auditorium 1900 N.W. 13th St.

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3C Gainesville Sun Sunday September 13, 1964

I i'' Melodrama Sure Fire Hit With Villains, Heroes Et AlBy 1 For SALE or RENT

I Chain Saws

VERE RICHARDSThe I real job of living up to the ro, the villain, grabs it out of up the score, or that badness York," Leonie sings "The East successes with "Bill Bailey i Water
i Gainesville Little Thea words of the Play Bill. To get her hand. And so on and on could be so smart. All you can ern Train" with much sincer- Won't you Please Come Home" Pumps
ter presents a notice of their something of its true flavor hereis till the final death scene when do is bring your best hisser ity; Little Nell does "LeaveMe and "Some of These Days." As Light Plants
coming attraction by means of the Cast, with the description Monro gets not only Adam along ,to stop the villains.It With My Mother," with part of Act III. Jane Sterrett
a Play Bill fashioned on the given each: but"Mookie tied to the railroad is really a grand show of beautiful child's voice. does a styled version of the Cement Trawlers
style of 1890: "The Hilarious Nellie Lovelace, an innocent track.. its kind, and you will go away Del Sterrett played fine ac- "Cuckoo Clock.". David Lane
Alachua County Melodrama, country girl, Ann .Dudley You see the engine C 0 ming being thankful you are not companiments throughout. gives "Casey at the Bat" with Lawn Mowers
(1890) Dirty Work at the ; Monro Murgatroyd, an closer-you think-as the head- dumb like some nice people. Ev- The Between Acts were superlatively -great effect and Del and ,Jane Earth Tampers
Crossroads, or Tempted, Tried evil villain from the City, light gets bigger and brighter ery member of the cast does a done; Dave Sincere Sterrett sing with appropriate I''I
& True." Richard Kraus; Mookie Magu- and the roar of the wheels professional job and no funny sings ,"Barney Google and action and- fine tones, "I'm SALES and SERVICE *
It speaks of gguns, the loyal hired man to comes louder to crush out the business about it. "You Told me Your Dream," Afraid to Go Home in the I .
the "Fabulous the Widow Lovelace, August life of all the good ones. But Each actor'has a theme whichis Billy Winn dances an excel-,Dark." t
Cast" and a"Fabulously Rubrecht; Ida Rhinegold, a notorious just then something happens, played at his entrance and lent clog, Stan Hiltabiddle does' On Saturday night Dick and':'
A Sun Vampire, Phyllis D i 1- Little Nell kicks the villain in each actor has a song suitable the "Mansion of Aching'Annette Martin sang most effectively ,, MYERS POWER TOOLS
Talented teamof gren; Widow Lovelace,with Ala- the shin, he fires his last shot to his character. Ida sings Hearts" with terrific pathos "M-O-T-H-E-R," and' ,
Local Musi Review chua County farmland, Gale at her and misses of course about her beautiful girlhood and "The Preacher and the' "Let's Take an old Fashioned I 230 N.E. 16th Avenue
cians and Enter Gyles; Adam Oakart, the Stal- and but this you must see. before Murgatroyd-in "All Bear", also with great feeling' Walk."
tainers" head wart son of a blacksmith, Louis You would not believe good- That Glitters Is not Gold" with Bob Carson plays Gay Nineties I The program continues on Phone FR 6-3411
ed by "Our Own "" Godey; Mrs. Upton Aster- ness could so do away with great intensity and rich tone; melodies to audience singing., Sept. 17, 18, ''19. The artists ,,
Jane and Del Sterrett". bilt, of Atlanta Society, Patricia -common sense, so the good people Mookie sings "Sippin Cider The Sterrett family sing came to last week's rehearsal, MYERS fa BETTER TOOLS
(The names of the Musiciansand Godey; Leonie Asterbilt, miss every chance to even Through a Straw" with bucolic proudly but very well through the floods of the hurri-
Entertainers will be men- her sweet young d a u g hter, skill; Monroe sings an orig- "Away with Rum!" Marie cane, s o m etimes performedwith
tioned in the Acts between the Judy Mendenhall; Fleurette, inal lyric to "Sidewalks of New Linzmayer brings back her old no lights but candles. I
acts.) It is under the excellent their French Maid, Betty .
direction of Mrs. Esther Lane, Glock; Little Nell, who neverhad
and both play and acts do a a father, Mistress VickiSterrett"

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seen one with so much villainy -
so furiously active with REG. 29* GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN
'. 1ntp+W.4' such dire results that all lead CHICAGO (AP-Mrs. Barry
'........." to nothing as this show has. Goldwater took advantage qf Gizzards LB. 151
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 And Evil and Good are so em-, her husband's visit to Chicago
ALSO IN OCALA battled! Friday to have a reunion with : 4 1
One scene presents Ida Rhine- relatives. BREAKSTONE COTTAGE 1

KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE gold, villainess in a bright red i1-LB.
open for I dress, and much jewelry facing Sen. Goldwater, Republican CheeseBREAKSTONE CUP 23iit ? =;
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Now! villain (Richard Kraus). Adam .,-' ::
did not stab her, Mrs. Aster- PORTSMOUTH, England
bilt did, we saw her, but, Adam (AP)-The princess roY\al-Vie-: t Ii IiA QUICK
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toria Alexandra, aunt of Queen
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in a letter to Nellie, but Mon- Elizabeth II-is on her'way to st.1q
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SHOW TIME 7:30 Martin Luther King Jr. will I.
preach today in Communist orDrumsticks LB.
LOVED BY ONE- East Berlin, Protestant church
Every year..every kind SHARED BY MANY! officials said Friday in Berlin.
of man-woman excitement King, Negro integration leader -

'rocks the explosive world of r is also scheduled to participate -
ZODIAC FILMS rs in a memorial ceremonyfor ,
the late President''' John F.
IUJIIEW> NIGHTMARE1f Kennedy in West Berlin.

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plete three years as the star of REG. 98* SHENANDOAH VALLEY BONELESS BREAST & THIGH MEAT
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Sunday September 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5C

Five Recorded.Concerts UF Law School

! Feature Avant-Garde. MusicFive Qek- JS 1 POST NtNGf1 rr Assistant Names New DeanJohn $ $ $ $ $ tttt $ $ $ $ $

Norton Moore is the new

concerts of recorded ming of electronic computers ,of musical literature. We will assistant dean of the Universityof Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast
Florida College of Law Dean
music featuring avant garde to compose music. The pres- t begin with the cycle of the Bach ,
Frank E. announced
Maloney to-
developments of the last fifteen ent series of five concerts will 1 Preludes a nd Fugues from

years will be presented in not deal with this particular as1 1 Book I of the "Well Tempered day.Moore Week's

the University of Florida mus- pect. But later in the year, we (Clavier," as interpreted by Wan- came to the Univer- GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES

ic building auditorium on five will have sessions devoted to da Landowska, and at the' sity in 1963 as assistant professor .
PrizewordExplanations 1. The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE Is $400.if
successive Tuesday afternoonsat music composed by computersand same time, include works by: of law after teaching law at no correct solution is reached in this SundaY's puzzle, the weekly prize will

2:30: September 22, 29, and the various considerations 1 the late Paul ,Hindemith, one' the University of Illinois.He remain 2. If the constant winning, at entrant$400 until has solved.been a home-delivered subscriber to The Su*

October 6, 13, and 20. Each con- involved in such work. of the musical giants of the 20th holds a bachelor of arts one for the correct preceding puzzle 30 is days received, an extra from bonus home-delivered of $100 will subscribers be added., tha If more bonus than wlU

cert will be one hour in length NEW IMPORTANT NAMES 3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-
and will include brief spoken The five programs of this ser-1 ber. bachelor of law degree from CLUES ACROSS: WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to II week's puzzle is received .
the prize money will be divided equally those submitting the cor-
program notes. ies are for the purpose of giv- LOOKING AHEAD Duke University and a masterof 4. CRASH not trash. The clueis rect solution

Many of the compositions to ing our ears a chance to be- One of, the unique and most law degree from the Univer- more literally true of a 4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from cacti
be played were composed by come acquainted with some of noteworthy features of the 1964- sity of Illinois.He CRASH. Trash clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzleor
cannot really "beappalling" use II good exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholesale
means of, and for, electroni the famous compositions of a I 65 concert 'season begins on is a member of the bar i. reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest is based on skilL The
of the ten piano and violin so- ( e., horrifying or decision of the fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part must
media, primarily the tape re- younger genration of brilliant Sunday September 27, and con in Florida and Illinois, is a frightening).. agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
corder. Thus, the recorded con- and provocative composers who tinues on the two following natas of Beethoven. These pro- member of the Phi Delta Phi 7. CAUTION not caption. Speci- I property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can t* returned.

cert is the normal performanceoutlet. have come on the scene since Sundays, October 4 and 11. Two grams begin at 4:00: p.m. in legal fraternity and of the Or- fying, "a printed lacks point families. 5. Anyone, may except enter this employes contest.of the Gainesville! Publishing Company and their

The concerts will in- World War II. The old masters 'University of Florida faculty the Medical Center Auditorium. der of the Coif, a national law for which I
I caption is
clude, however a number of from the renaissance baroque artists, violinist Edward Trou- There is honor "printed"in 6. After you have filled in the puzzle paste It on the back of a four-cent
no admission charge society.He any case. One can have "a postcard. Mail It from a Florida postoHic tct Prizeword Pete, Gainesville Sun
compositions which indicate classical and romantic eras are i pin and pianist Willard Brask, and everyone is invited to at- and his wife Patricia live [printed CAUTION," or a verbalone I P. O. Department Box 57. Gainesville Office 101 Florida SE 2nd or Place.bring All it to entries the Gainesville to be eligible Sun for.CIrCUlation the

that, however "far out" some firmly entrenched in our affec- will play the complete cycle tend. at 1216 SW 2nd Ave. of course. day prize,at must t a.m.be we received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednes-
are not
responsible for entries lost
or delayed In the malls.
of the new music may sound, tions. And even the old avant- I.r. .. 8. TOWER not power. "A great Entries enclosed in envelopes cannot be accepted.

the present developments have garde of Stravinsky, Berg, and I "
7. There
I TOWER, the Eiffel TOWER, can be no correspondent or telephone calls regarding the contest.
been arrived at by means of Bartok are quite considerably] CHORDS yes. "Paris suggests France Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries In each week's contest.I. .

natural and normal steps taken assimilated these past thirty|I (ta and it is France that "suggestsa Circulation. A copy Department of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville
by composers seeking new mus- years. Today, we are each of great power." Fla.. during regular office hours.

ical means and exploring new us part of an evaluative and .
9. WOLF not > Winners If
i golf. In relationto any and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
technical media for their artis- selective process as we consider "a shot PUZZLE will be announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published In next
And Discords single golf (i. e., SundaY's Gainesville Sun.
tic expression.A compositions by composers :. the sport itself) is much too 10. The
number of different ap. such as Pierre Boulez, Karl- broad; a g a m e of golf" is won or any o'her errou Sun reserves which the may right appear to correct in any any published typographical material
heinz Stockhausen Bulent Arel BY VERE RICHARDSBy in connection with thU cootett.
proaches, procedures styles Wte more grammatically correct.

may be noted. The purest and Milton Babbitt, Mario Davidov- ., WOLF makes a cl ar-cut an-

most classical is the electronic shy, Vladimir Ussachevsky, swer.
Puzzle No.
music stritly limited to electronically Mel Powell and others. All of VERE RICHHARDS picture during the last mom- liant and featured a number of 11. SOLO not sole. The clue implies 35

generated and electron- these composers and others will Some three years ago Helen ents of a song, after the vocal lovely high tones. that "a man" would do his

ically modified sounds. Another be represented on the recorded Bell Jones sang a very good part was finished. There was The "Caro nome," from Rigo- very best "to finish it," favor- Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

approach is the taking of concerts, in most cases by their here. Wednesday no dropping of the spirit of the letto, was very well done. This ing SOLO (e.g., musical piece; __

traditional musical sounds, in- more famous pieces. performance song but there was the feeling, aria is the story of a young: airplane flight by pilot alone). I t

struments or voices; sounds There is no admission chargeand night, in the Medical,Center auditorium -of sadness,. of pensiveness that girl, tremendously in love for "k man" will feel no apparent i C I-I

or voices; sounds from nature everyone is invited to at- she gave another concert remained and rather grew as the first time. It is a love that obligation to "try to finish" his NG r R 8
which the of she; stood while the piano fin- lasts through dishonor and despair AR I S
such as a raindrop, t hu nder, tend.THURSDAY in all .promise sole, necessarily. r

J; Dim calls; or sounds of machinery NIGHT that earlier appearance w.as ished. to the sacrifice of her life! 16. TALE not talk. Talk implies R 9 C R A
The broadcasts Her first of had to save the one she loves. Miss:
and the building of weekly "Lis-I more than''fulfilled. Her voice group songs a special interest, which 0
musical compositions from the tening with Rent Poo Parcell's "If Music be the Foodof Jones so sang it. "your friends" cannot all be ESIGN l

infinite number of electronic Thursday evenings, 8:05 to 10:00 had tremendous intensity, Love," done with unusually In the next group, "Just assumed to share. A TALE is of I

modifications which can be will resume Thursday, September -' broad on the high notes, w ith fine: stresses; Bach's "My Spirit spring," by John Duke, with I more general interest. Further- r NB jr' E

made. Quite a number of com- 17, on Radio Station the complete ease of production': Was in Heaviness," sung with its delightful whirlwind ending,, more, "all about one" is more Ir AN F Lib
positions combine pre recorded WRUF. We shall follow the that is heard in the great pro- rich color and Handel's "Oh was a pixie singing. practical as regards a TALE 1r ,

tape music with the tradi- same general format used in fessionals. Had I Jubal's Lyre" with tones The Strauss was one of the than: a talk. Talc is poor. Rt

recent seasons. In addition to snapping from note to note, as best numbers with tremendous,, 8 20
tional orchestra or other instru- 20. ROSE not ruse. ROSE is
In addition she to the ril
planning each program as a bal- gave only the older race of colora- successful high notes at the fin. !r OSS LI. r
mental group; in this case the more directly apt. The ruse !
numbers her diversified i ez
on widely turas did it.
tape recorder must be playedat anced and varied musical offer- ish.Miss would be a means to an end, T A K
delightfully differ- The four Schubert were Jones responded to several r
will program songs
the concert by a performerwho ing, we cover systematically the successful accomplishment 23 4 !
must follow the conductorand over periods of sever- ent treatment. In this interpretive all remarkable for the fine tone, encores, but only sang: of which would be the actual W W TER ;
al weeks certain major focus, with "Fruhlingsgla u b e" one, Strauss'-"Devotion," but il t 2
get his cues as does areas skill, she played many source of "smugness.
any r C A L S L
marked with much feeling; and. was one of the most intense ol:f D\ .
other instrumentalist. parts, but her outstanding fea- 21. CAVE not cove. As a "meetingot !
"Die Forelle, joyous at firs t the program she was not really 2 6
: place between individuals, 'H D A TY\t
ALEATORIC MUSIC ture was her own stage person- and sad at the close but justin t tired at all. Neither wen i '

Another branch of experimen- Karl UrgesDefeat ality, a young girl with a flam- fun, too and "Liebe schwarm t we, a large audience in spite o:f especially where" they would be Q 1964 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE I III
tation is aleatoric music "unobserved, a specific location r
or ing spirit, fit to win all battles. auf allan Wegen, done wit I the hurricane.Her .
music which involves a considerable deep sincerety and firmness. accompanist was Willar d I is more apt (e.g., under a If you are not nova home-delivered sub- !
element of chance in OfAmendment When this look was in evidence, certain tree, rather than a cer- II scriber and would! tike to have The Sun '
The bril Brask.
Mozart arias
she was beautiful in that highly tain wood). From this point of started please check box. Extra Bonus for
each performance of a I
compo- home-delivered
subscribers. See Rule No. 2 ;
vitalized that makes t he
sition. In such compositions, it way I Special "between seasons" price! view, CAVE is more apt than t'
women of our race so I Name
young I r
is not likely that the performances CENTRAL HEATING cove. !
will ever turn out much worthwhile she sang with an i 22. MAN not fan. MAN is stronger r

the same on any two occas DAYTONA BEACH (AP) authority that could not be ques- ( & AIR CONDITIONINGAvoid since a fan might be so en- Street Number

ions. Different of the State Rep. Fred Karl Friday tioned. thused with the "starlet" as to Mail to: Prizeword Contest
parts or-
She showed evidence contin- the rush save too! Install a clean The Gainesville Sun
r chestra may play at different night urged Florida voters to of excellent and under- safe and economical TRANE unit now at "be- 985 swallow the "insult. Fan, anyway Box 57, Gainesville, Fla. '

, rates of speed, completely independent ,def eat the reapportionment ually I tween seasons" special prices. Completely installed I is embraced in the sense
standing vocal training. As a and guaranteed for as low as . of MAN. sr
of each other
; or cer- amendment on the Nov. 3 gen- coloratura her voice was brilliant I NO DOWN PAYMENT terms to 5 years. City State Phone '
tain of DAILY not gaily. Gaily
performers or groups election without, hard and //25.
eral ballot. being '
performers, will be instructed flexible when 376-8268 the right word grammatically Prizeword Pete
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tor may be used to conduct the this state," he said in a talk. the mood of the song, and dic- : 26. ROVER not river. "The

separate and independent sec- He' also pointed out that the tion and tone focus remained at course of a ROVER" (i.e., a 3. Having some to dispose of, ifs just as well to be
wanderer) is more apt for the careful.
tions of the performing
groups. their highest. All her numbers
basic has been de-
plan already
t i clue words "not likely to be
To this melange may be add- after the intermission were I i 6. One can hardly take big risks without-.
unconstitutional the
by straight. No river is ever
ed electronic or performers -
abounding in coloratura i
U.S. Court. pass- "straight." 9. A stupid- may naturally try your patience.
who have radios which they Supreme i
and all were with
ages sung Mr. Farmer
add to the performance by turn- The Florida Supreme Court skill and exceptional good taste Be Your) 10. A man will not normally be allowed to without. sound

ing them on as instructed oat has been asked to. throw the not just doing a task but jub- CLUES DOWN: reason.

will.; amendment off the ballot by a ilantly and with high en- "YEAR OF DECISION" 1. MAYOR not major. "He's 12. There is usually something to go with it, of course.
MUSIC BY COMPUTERSStill group of big-city mayors. Cir- joyment and complete assur- !
there in the position" indicates J J'I 13. Prison on a warship. .
another area of experimentation cuit Court Judge Hugh Taylor
a specific location or job, as of
and one which is refused to stop the referendumon The second outstanding fea- 'I MAYOR. Major is simply a :15. To strike out.

quite different from those men the proposal. His order was ture of the performance was the i I i Ia rank. 16. "- Brynner." .

tioned above, is the program- [appealed Friday in Tallahassee. way Miss Jones stayed in the I 2. STUFF not staff. There are :19. To pitch about.

.. I times when, by a "mistake" one
STRENGTH IN DISORGANIZED :"can get the wrong STUFF." It <20. A boy must realize that he's quite likely to be punished
for it.
FARM BUREAU FARMERS i is hardly possible to acquire an
.........,........-. _. -. / i entire staff of misfits through :21. Mountain in Sicily.

one "mistake." :24. A man may just not be cut out for the work of a _.
r 3. COAT not boat. Surely, "a
,fisherman stranded" with no 25.: It would please a newly married rrr : i d' .ad frind5.
: / LESS -to congratulate him.
MORE r boat would be "in a dilemma.

a\ CONTROL CONTROL i He "might find himself in" such 26. Unwholesome types may have that-look. -

by the loss of a COAT, dependingon

weather and what other cloth- CLUES DOWN:

j z $ ing he has along with him. Goatis

remote for "a fisherman.. 1. Diners do not get the same sort of service in every _.

.t.. 13. STARRED not started. There 2. The local government employment office will be under

i is no need for both started and special strain by huge plant many employee

,I"a newcomer." Also, STARRED 4.
; : possibly come in handy for resting things on.
.. .- is stronger, since there would be
L.J Q. 'I no particular "reward" arising 5. A good speech would probably have a few- words.

? a I from starting an actor in a very; 7. To send a youngster to buy it would be considered unwise.

41A t ,minor role, for example. 8. Proficiency.

'I- :14. BLUSTER not fluster. As
J 11. Autmobiles.
x I put the clue suggests somethingone

may simply "avoid," or possibly J 14. Name that has always been fairly prominent in Soviet

: make the mistake of not negotiations.
"avoiding." "It's a good thingto 17. A lad might, unfortunately, be too.impetuous.
.... avoid BLUSTER." "It's a
S : ]18. From their courting days, a married couple could possibly
if "avoid
good thing" can
have pleasant memories of a certain. .
I !!fluster.
22. Sign of affection.

2615 N.W. 6th St. 1514 N.W. 13th St. '!"tennis" is essentially an energetic 23. Get married.
Gainesville GainesvilleTel. '
FR 2-8837 -. "game," LOVELY is

: Tel.376.2524._ -r E f. .f-t. : I ,more contributive than lively.

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Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 13, 1964 PlMJV- =
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What's your problem For general y '

; ? 10 Commandments reply, write to Abby. Box-3365. Z --.

:. : Beverly Hills. Calif. 90212. and I I
I include a self-addressed stamped en- jfrL- /

: : Abigail Van Buren velD,.. Abby answer all: mail. dN h _

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1. Defile not thy body neither with: excessive feeds, tobacco common anymore., We've only stayed together because of h'S MINE!.t HE fT5-cNC 'ictF!IN A R IT'SWiJt

nor alcohol, that thy days may be long in the house the children. LOVED ML 1 g> which thy husband provideth for thee. One night three months ago, due to car trouble, some,friends ar KAr4 0'f'f TNANHEDID" INASV tI55BANKl.' N Y HATTWO
I 2. Putteth thy husband before thy mother, thy father, and I went into a night club about 35 miles from home. ylpvypEJ p Ov/5
\ thy daughter and thy son, for he is thy lifelong companion. A band was playing there. I took one look at one of the I +NlAKE,. NUMBER inrCJfiviCD CAN xSv 'x>r

musicians and my heart did a flip Hop. At intermission CIAtM > 1

3. Thou shalt not nag. he came to our table and started talking to me. He said

I 4. Permit no one to tell thee that thou art having a he saw me come in and he liked my looks. Abby, I've
i' hard time of it; neither thy mother, thy sister nor thy gone back there almost every night. I drive 70 miles justto
neighbor, for the Judge will not hold her guiltless who let- sit and talk to him for the few minutes be has during ,
teth another disparage her husband. breaks. For the first time since my marriage I haven't

5. Thou shalt not withhold affection from thy husband, for been able to get another man out of my mind. We've talked

every man loveth to be loved. about our marriages. His isn't any good either, and he is

6. Forget not the virtue of cleanliness and modest attire. just sticking around because of his children, too. I've only V
j 7. Forgive with grace, for who among us does not need seen him at this establishment, and all we've done is talked.I 2
i I forgiveness? know this sounds crazy, but I am very much in love

I 8. Remember that the frank approval of thy husband is with him. The craziest part is that I've checked upon him
worth more to thee than the admiring glances of a hundred and I've found out that he is a lair. I hate liars, but it HOW IN SHE WUZ RVIN*DCWW $SHE SHE R1D1NIN WUZNT

p strangers. doesn't seem .to change my feelings for him. I know he'sno ELVINEy JEST THUNDER TH'HIILTOTEILME GITTHAT NO WAGON
9. Keep thy home in good order, for out of it cometh good but I love him. I can't help how I feel. It doesn't E-"'l+ KNOCKED OUR DID'THAT'SHE SOME BRAKES 6ossIPAN'H plpN'j1NORK OL WAGON ,?_

I the joys of thy old age. make sense. Is there something wrong with me? DOWN FENCE, FIXED C'r '
,, .
,.. 10. Herr the' : -If- f NEEDS HELP PAW
and thy children will rise up and call thee blessed. DEAR NEEDS: There is nothing wrong with you that hasn't
been temporarily wrong with millions of other people. What

DEAR ABBY: We have recently moved to a new community lOU feel is not "love" -it's a strong physical attraction. It
I where it seems to be the custom for the marriedmen doesn't respond to logic, so don't try to figure it out. You Jl.

I to have "a night out with the boys." Milton and I'I may not be able to help how you "feel"-but you CAN

. have never gone anywhere in the evenings without each help how you behave. Quit seeing this liar and save 'our-
'I other and we don't intend to start now. When Milton was self and several innocent people a peck of heartaches.

I invited to join this "night out" group, he politely declined
: and now it's all over town that he is "hen-pecked." 9.12

Milton says that such remarks do not bother him. But they DEAR ABBY: I have a very dear friend who lives at the

bother me. I'd like people to know that my husband is other end of town so we don't get to see each other as oftenas
1, NOT hen-pecked and he could if he wanted to but he we'd but talk the almost ._= DOCS' AWOKE A tVrcNE is ENTLEMEN, REMAIN
I doesn't care to. How can I get this across without sounding When I call her I always ask her if she's busy and she says no. THE AIR REMOVE tARS '11 m iD at HAVE A 1 CAN 'ELL. ARE ABOUT TO SEARCH(
holier than thou? I don't want to make any enemies. But she is forever running to watch something she has on GNESTHE ? IL4DI0. \ THE HOUSE" I
t ANNOYED the stove, or else she is trying to keep an eye on the chil- VYORD. HEYT '
DEAR ANNOYED: Don't try. The truth seldom requires dren while talking to me. This just about drives me crazy, MOCK : ,I If
r an affidavit. If a man is NOT henpecked he doesn't have should I tell her that those interruptions bother me? I don't MAID.

!;1 to crow about it. want to hurt her feelings.

DEAR ABBY: I've been married 12 years and have four DEAR FRIEND: Why not ask jour friend to call YOU when
lovely children. My husband travels and we have nothing in she is able to converse without interruption?


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SUNDAY O LassieDramaThe Gene Tierney, Rex Harri-| O Love of Life

Second Segment of a son, George Sanders. ((1 12:25 O News
Morning and Afternoon
three-part story, Cully is hour 45 min.) 12:30 Q CD Truth or

6:55 CD (Color) Living Words stricken with a heart attack :11:30 O Peter Gunn ConsequencesO
7:30 CD This Is The Life and Lassie trys to Search for Tomorrow
7:30 CD Gospel Caravan bring help. 12:45 O Guiding Light

8:30 CD Gospel Songs CD Patty DukeComedyPatty And Afternoon 12:55 O CD News JUST. I
O Governor Bryant volunteers to act as 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 1:00 Q News, Weather OUT WHAT OP DID CU PAGWOOP IOSITV; :r I r'G4GWt7ODr
Reports a foster mother for a Korean 6:15 O ScopeO O Midday STAND OUT I THERE W .o POLISH MIS SHOES P ANCHOVY
&35 O Sen. George Smathers II war orphan. Summer Semester CD TV Bingo t AIR=1RE OUT ESCAPE THE WHILE WEE MORNING WITH THIS? E ;

8:40 O Lippy the Lion 7:30 O CD Disney's World 6:30 Q World Civilization 1:15 O Focus 2 OFFIGEI
9:00 Q You Are There I "Davy Crockett and the 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words 1:30 O CD (Color) Let's I l I I c f fi

O TV Gospel Time River Pirates," sequel to 6:45 O Pastor's Study Make a DealScienceAI ; s a d 1

1| 9:30 O Bible Answers I last week's episode.O CD I Hi Neighbor O Edmunds

O Gospel Songs I My Favorite Martian 6:50 O Farm and Home O As the World Turns
CD Together We Worship Tim's cousin Harvey arrives 7:00 O CD Today 1:55 CD News

10:00 O "Song and the Pray- unexpectedly, and he Scheduled guests: Brian 2:00 O CD Loretta Young

4. I'' er." knows all too well that Kelly and Fess Parker.O O Password Y I'

(Special) This program Tim" has no "Uncle Mar- Local News Celebrity guests this week 1

of music for the Jewish tin. 7:05 O Ranger Hal are Dorothy Loudon and
I 8:00 O Ed Sullivan
I High Holy Days features 7:50 O Local News Wally Cox.
The Moscow State Circus, 2:25 O Political Talk
; J tenor Jan Peerce. 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo
: > "Lamp Unto My Feet", which visited the United 9:00 O Divorce Court 2:30 O CD Doctors I'M SURE YOU WDNT rM-NOT A
I and "Look Up and Live"I States for the first time O Bachelor Father O House Party ...... WHY-GOOD MORN1N6! +. DREAM THAT YOU YESTERDAY AND THAT--OfTUDim.-AjTor >TO ]NEMOnLAL>ilwivr ,
last fall, is shown on tapetonight. CD Color 3:00 O CD Another World H YES TT R THE 5U5INE55 ,a, rra>swx r
1 O International Zone Room O To Tell the Truth -RATHE*VIOLENTLY- qty WERE GOING 70 RE aLLr

CD Relevant Religion 8:30 Q CD Grindl! 9:30 O People Are Funny 3:25 O News y THE RAILROAD STATION! OF IitE.t FELLOW 5TUDENT5 .. 4 it ,
I 1 10:30 O Faith for Today Grindl may be one of the CD Jack La Lanne 3:30 Q CD (Color) You Don' ::0 a HERS? i '

< CD "Frontiers of Faith" i few people to leave Las 10:00 Q Make Room for Say
O Edge of Night
11:00 O Image U.S.A. Vegas a winner. DaddyO 1' _
CD Popeye's Pals
I O Church Service 9:00 O D Bonanza News
,I CD Rocky and His "The Saga of Muley CD Cameras Please 4:00 O Match Game IMI. I
O Secret Storm ,
Friends Jones." The Cartwrights 10:30 Q CD (Color) Word for '
Word CD Yogi Bear < t /
11:30 O Flight receive a visit from a
O I Love 4:25 O News
CD Beany and Cecil guitar-strumming cousin
12:00 O RevivalO whose vocal efforts are 10:55 O (D News 4:30 O Best of Groucho

\. Film Features shattering.O 11:00 Q CD Concentration O Leave It To Beaver- .

CD Movie O McCoys CD Movle-Comedy \
Burke's Law-Mjstery 11:0 O CD (Color) Jeopardy 1. "The Littlest Hobo." A
12:15 O NFL Today "Who Killed Cable Rob- O Pete and Gladys 1 I dog saves a lamb from /ON SNE GREAT suppose THE STOP ALLTHS YOU CAN C5TTHE MiPC&E-EASTEKN WNfiSOM...
erts?" That's what Burke 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When]I the slaughterhouse. a COL.CANYON+ y PROJt? WNICH STATS CEPART- OLD VAUPE- SMOG COTCF PoU- ,
Pro Football anxious to start by questioning i Town Pint3ugau i:. CAME CLEAN T D6Ag... ... f"
O the blonde maid Bob BUEiH.'l FPOMPITTS- A
Browns vs. Redskins Cummings Co.'StarsI = who found the dead man.
1:00 O CD National Tennis '
10:00 O CD Rogues

Championships(Special) (Debut) David Niven,I With Robot in New SeriesBy
Charles Boyer and Gig
3:00 O Pro Football Report 1 1 /
Young are the rotating
3:30 O CD World Series of
regulars in this comedlI grammed" some romance
adventure series about a! TV-Radio Writer magazines.

O(Special Movie) I family of debonair scoun-I HOLLYWOOD (AP) -Robert "This is probably the most / '
drels whose credo is
"Mother Is a Freshman." I or before honesty. Cummings is a television star of difficult"role ever played by an .j \ _
When a beautiful young considerable distinction.He actress; Cummings commented -- -
who make a point of
widow joins her teen- as we watched. "The character -, i5
aged daughter at college, ing only bigger crooks has survived, with no I if that's what you call it T1.11? CAPTarI WFIiER BATHTtJay> TEiE STUPID /11Aitla tTI
than themselves. The I JUSTTAicEA : \
sophisticated wAntT s Aw> U L
they become rivals for 'visible scars, involvement inl:- she plays has no thoughts, no .x. } h
the affections of an Eng 'I. three situation comedy series 1:3
Alec Flemming (Niven) emotions no desires, no ethics, TO TAKE A / !N YOUrZ TD STANC
lish professor. 1 and has now embarked on his no social conscience. It is very BATH y s NtaMET! VP
Marcel St. Clair (Boyer) 1
5:00 O TopicO fourth. He is also one of a finite difficult because she cannot < TOOAV
and Tony FlemingYoung
CBS SportsSpectacular ( ), aided by Mar- group of actors who permits the i instigate anything and she 1=
? inclusion of his birth year (1910)in ) 'cannot feel anything. She
Harriet garet SL Clair (Gladys must,...,
CD Ozzie And his official biography and i divorce herself completely from

5:30 O Danger Is My Cooper Clair ()Robert and Timmy Coote). Tonight St.'whose extraordinarily youthful her ego which is the hardest!:3I

Business appearance permits him to be thing in the world to do." !
"T he Personal
: I
"Snake Farmer.
cast as a youthful
O--Amateur- Hoar T uch." Alec and Timmy bachelor. susceptible Tve Got a Secret," will start!

CD Blue Angels I I visit the Riviera for a bit its 13th season Monday night on

J) ':00 O CD Meet The Press of "fishing." The intended Cummings this season emergesas CBS combining a farewell I'11M,

M, Rep. William E. Miller, catch; one million a bachelor psychiatristwho program for Garry Moore whois

the GOP Vice Presidential O Candid Camera accidentally becomes the leaving after all these years,
nominee, is interviewed in 10:30 O What's My Line? uncomfortable custodian of a'' with a greeting for PULL UP TO THAT PHONE TAKE A DIME OUT OF
Washington, D. C. 11:00 O News, Weather, Sports gorgeous robot named Rhoda 1 Steve Allen, who takes over the SOMEONE' F1TT1N6 6AKY JAYE'S ) THE CHAR56PESCnPDON MAJUN& A PHONE CALL, THE NUMse z GIVE YOU;
O Twentieth Century O News-Harry Reasoner whose plastic exterior andcomputerinnards host's job. The switch-ove r HELP UP TOO OF Color News Weather' HIS MEN Ad THEY WERE LEAVING UWPNAP1M6/ "
Jet! shows the CD ( ) were made 1
program actually was taped THE LABC. HE LET ONE 6O AND fMy
chronicle development of 11:15 O Movie for space experiments. The CBS. some time back, since Moore PROVE Off WITH THE OTHCK6C ,
the VTOL jet plane over "A Medal For Benny." A series is called "My Living: and his wife sailed last week for

the last 10 years. boy who has been run out Doll" and the actor seems England on the first leg of a ''11' J t

':30 O News, Sports, of town becomes a hero fascinated more by the problems year-long round-the-world trip. I

WeatherO to the townspeople. (1 facing his co-star, Julie I
Mister EdComedyEd hour 20 min.) Newmar, than by his own part. "Hollywood Palace," ABC'
crashes the party CD Movie Saturday night variety show,
1 that Colonel Kirkwood is "The Ghost of Mrs.Muir."I Miss Newmar, the robot, was will start its second season Sept t t

giving for his former commanding A youthful widow movesto playing scene in'which she is 19 with an innovation a hos
officer. a small coastal town,, flirting brazenly with a male tess. Debbie Reynolds will be '
fD (Color) News where she encounters a i visitor because her computerhas the first woman to handle the .sr 1 t

,:00 Q Bill Dana-Comedy very handsome ghost, inadvertantly been "pro- introductions of the acts.



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

Monday Evening like John Day, a man he years in the Marine Corps, with two blondes? "The Mighty Barnum." O Local News, Weather 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When O House Party

5:00 O Wells Fargo was forced to kill in self- Bull Mitchell retires and CD Fugitive The life of the famous 7:05 O Ranger Hal O Love of Life 3:00 O O To CD Tell Another the Truth World

defense. enrolls as a college fresh- showman P. T. Barnum. 12:25 0 News
O Mike "
Douglas News
"Storm Center. While 3:25 0
5:25 Q Moments in Sports CD Movie man. working at a Florida boat ((90 min.) 7:50 O Local News, Weather 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or 3:30 Q (Color) You Don't
\ 11:30 O CD Carson 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo
5:30 Q "' 9:00 O Thomas Consequences
Newscope "The Burning Hills. A Danny yard, Kimble refuses to 9:00 O Divorce Court Say

5:55 CD (Color) Local News, youth sets out to avenge When Rusty tries speaking ignore storm warnings to TUESDAY O Bachelor Father O Search for Tomorrow O Edge of Night

6:00 O News, Weather, the death of his brother. to Pupa in her native Italian take a young couple to Morning and Afternoon CD (Color) Romper Room 12:45 O Guiding Light CD Popeye's Pals

I Sports 7:30 O Movie he accidently pro- the Keys until the Continental 9:30 O People Are Funny 12:55 O CD News 4:00 O Match Game
6:10 CD Classroom -
6:30 O fD News poses-and she accepts. girl says she recognizes CD Jack La Lanne 1:00 Q News, Weather O Secret Storm
The Lost World. A tale
O News-Cronkite CD Berlin Documentary him. O Midday
7:00 of a zoology professor! who "Berlin Kaiser American Government: 10:00 Q Make Room for Daddy CD Woody Woodpecker
O Zane
Grey (Special :
encounters prehistoric 10:00 O O Sing Along "Principles of Taxation" CD (Color) TV Bingo 4:25 O News
"B a d ge of Honor."A am-I to Khrushchev" studies the O News
I mats in a remote 10.:,0 CD Compass 12 1:15 CD Focus 2 4:30 O Leave It To Beaver
young man just returned recent history of this city. 6:15 O CD Cameras Please Make
Scope Let's
1:30 CD ( )
South America. hours .I
(2 ) Grouchoa
from service in the Civil 9:30 O Andy Griffith Discussion O Humanities C-52 10:30 O CD Word for Word Deal O Best of
War wants no part of I 8:00 O I've Got A Secret I I Movie

violence and blood shed. Andy and Barney were 11:00 O O News, Weather 6:30 Q World Civilization O I Love Lucy O As the World Turns "Hell's Island" A young

O Rawhide \! Garry Moore host winds up the 12 much too busy, so They Sports 6:40 m (Color) Living Words 10:55 O CD News O Science man is hired to find a
3 ears as handling
1 "Incident of the Pale reins over to Steve Allen. explained, to take Helen CD (Color) News, 6:45 O Pastor's Study 11:00 O O Concentration 1:55 CD News missing ruby that disappeared -

and Thelma Lou to the O McCojs 2:00 O CD Loretta Young
Ghost. Rowdy thinks he's CD Hi, Neighbor during an attempt

j seeing ghosts when he 8:,,0 O Vacation Playhouse movies. So how come they Sports, Weather 6:50 O Farm and Home 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy O Password to smuggle it out of the

meets a drover who looks "Ivy League." After 301 found time to go riding 11:25 O Movie 7:00_'O CD Today O Pete and Gladys 2:30 Q CD Doctors country.

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

I Tuesday Evening f "The Mafia Man." An 1 hour, 25 min.) O Love of Life Friday Evening die Gorme', husband- and CD Comedy Capers I (Final Telecast.)

i exiled member of the 11:30:: Q CD Johnny Carson 12:25 O News wife singing team, are 8:00 O Across the Fence 5:30 CD Flints tones
, 6:00 O News, Weather '
Sports Mafia promises to testify 12:30 Q CD (Color) Truth or 5:00 Q Mikes Fargo on parade. O Captain Kangaroo i O N Sports Special
6:30 O CD News-Chet Ilunt- WEDNESDAYMorning '
before a crime hearing, Consequences O Douglas O Twilight Zone. CD Rocky and His 6:00 O Fishing Fun
David Brinkle. I
ley if the U. S. Government and Afternoon O Search for Tomorrow 5:25 O Moments in Sports "The Jeopardy Room. In Friends O News, Sports,
O News Cronkite I
will escort him safely to 12:45 Q Guiding Light 5:30 O Newscope a neutral country, a political II 8:30 O Robin Hood Weather

7:00 Q M Squad I this country for a brief 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 12:55 Q CD News 5:55 CD (Color) Local News, : refugee learns he is CD (Color) PoPeye and CD News, Sports

Ballinger and a racketeer,I visit with his son. I American Government:J 1:00 Q News, Weather Weather, Sports I far from free. Bozo 6:15 O News, Weather,

are look-alikes. O Petticoat Junction "American Tax System.", 6:00News, Sports, I 10:00 O CD Smalltown U.S.A.Special I I 19:00: Q Supercar Sports
i O The Saint O Midday
Uncle Joe decides to cash 6:15 O Scope I Weather ( ) (Color) AreAmerica's O Alvin 6:30 Password

"The Saint Plays WithFire" in on "Beatlemania" b Y O Summer Semester I CD (Color) TV B.J" lOgo 6:30 O CD O News small towns 9:30; O CD (Color) Ruff and (Final Saturday Telecast) .
when he tries. to 6:30 Q World Civilization I 1:15 Q Focus 2 7:00 Q Yancy Derringer I
casting his nieces and destined to disappear? Reddy CD The Real West
r find out the story behindthe Sheriff Ragsdale's daugh6:40 CD (Color) Living Words I 1:30 O Science I O Death Valley Days O ,Alfred Hitchcock O Tennessee Tuxedo 6:450News
rise of a new Nazi O As the World Turns CD Glenn ReevesInternational
t ter in a groupLadybugs. called the I 6:45 O Pastor's Study. : "Who Needs an Enemy?" 10:00: Q CD (Color) Hector 7:00 O Ensign O'Toole
party in England. CD Let's Make a Deal ; 7:30 Q S I
CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor Charlie Osgood friend Heathcote Strickland
Battle Line Docu O Jimmy
CD 1:55 CD News time
9:30 O Jack Benny 6:50 O Farm and Home how-I and business partner EdO Quick Draw McGraw
2 (CO) O CD Loretta .. 7:30 O Lucy Des ,
mentary. : Young Taped highlights Fireball XL-5 .
7:00 O CD Today die Turtin discovers that 10: 0 O CD
The Battle of PeleliuJoanie Sommers and the Swedish Zoo Circus (Final Telecast)
Local Weather
O Mouse
O Password I Charlie has embezzled O Mighty
7:30 O CD Mr. Novak- late Peter Lorre are seen 7:05 O RangerHal O Great Adventure CD O Flipper
2:30 Q CD Doctors $95,000. 11:00 O Ranger Hal
"How Does Your Garden in this rerun. 7:50 O Local News "The Saga of : ; 8:00 CD O Mr.Magoo
O House Party Boonesbor-I 11:00 O O News, Weather, Q CD Dennis The Men-
An inexperienced 10:00 O CD Ganges i 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo ough" 8:30 O TBA
frightened substitute teachDocumentary 3:00 Q CD Another World part story. Daniel Boone Sports ace mAdams Family
9:00 O Divorce Court
er has trouble with her (Special) (Color) India's I O Bachelor Father O To Tell the Truth negotiates with the red CD (Color)' Local News, 11:30: O Roy Rogers O Defenders

first class at Jefferson! "Sacrad River" is the I CD (Color) Romper Room 3:25 O News men to prevent an attack Weather Movie O CD Fury 9:00 CD O Sat. Nite at the
11:25 O
I HIgh: j I Ganges and this Lou Ha-1 9:30 O People Are Funny 3:30 O (Colorou) and win the release of 12.00 O Sky King Movies
"Pork Chop Hill. Stars
8:00 O High Adventure zam documentary ex-| CD Jack La Lanne Don't Say three kidnaped girls. Peck. (98 min- QTBA "The Mating Game" Debby -

Lowell Thomas goes on amine it and the people I 10:00 Q Make Room for CD Combat Gregory lZ:30 O News Reynolds, Tony Ran-
O Edge of Night utes).
a "Tiger Hunt in India" living along its banks as! Daddy 8:20 O O Bob Hope : O CD NBC Sports dall.
CD Popeye's Pals 11:30 Q CD (Color) Johnny
with the Maharaja of reflections of the spiritual! O News The Seven Little Foys." Special
4:00 O Match Game Carson-Variety 9:30 O Summer Playhouse
Coach Behar. heritage of the land. j CD (Color) Cameras The elder Foy is breaking 12:45; O Baseball
1 00 Movie 10:00 O
I 8:30 Q Moment of Fear O Frances Langford i i Please O Secret Storm up the family vaudeville : Kansa City vs. New York News
The Green Eyed 11:00 O CD Sports,
"So Deadly, So Evil." (Special) 10:30 Q CD (Color) Word for CD Magilla Gorilla ] act to send the I Blonde." 1:00: O CD NCAA Football Weather:

CD McIIale's Navy 11:00 O O CD News, i Word 4:25 O News youngsters to school. : 1:15 O Movie U. of Fla. vs SMU i O The Detectives

"The Ghosts of 73." CapWeather, Sports O I Love Lucy 4:30 Q Leave It to Bea'ertain O Route 66 I The Warriors." Stars 3:30: O Invisible Man I

Binghamton tries to 11:25 O Movie- 10:55 O CD News Q Best of Groucho I "Don't Count Stars." Lit-': Errol and Joanne 4:00: O Science Theater i I.11:30 O Movie "
Flynn Desire.
convince McHale's gang "Standing Room Only. 11:00 O CD Concentration CD Movie I tie Linda's guardian is I{ Dru. t O NFL Countdown to CD "Human

that PT 73 is a jinx ship,I Comedy about the housing Q McCojs "Three Hours To Kill." I her Uncle Mike, whose! I Kickoff I Glenn Ford.Show

hoping against hope) shortage in Washington. 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy A man flees from his I love of alcohol and the,I! SATURDAY 430 CD Wrestling 12:00 O Late

they'll seek a transfer. j Fred MacMurray, Paulette O Pete and Gladys home town after being accused horses is jeopardizing herMorning- and Afternoon O Men Into Space "Rio Bravo"inheritance.

9:00 O CD Richard Boone'' Goddard, Edward Arnold. 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When of murder. I' 7:00 CD Union Pacific Evening 1:00 CD Shock Theater
11 9:30:: Q CD On Parade I O Humanities C-52 J 5:00 O Outlaws "Pillow of Death" Lon

I Steve Lawrence and Ey- 7:30 School Forum O Maverick Chaney, Jr.
I WEDNESDAY evening and THURSDAY 'til 5 p.m. I O Sunday } _

Wednesday Evening 8:30 O Donna Reed I girl marries a headstrong 11:00 O CD Concentration \ Something for WUFT I

5:00 O Wells Fargo "Love Letters Are For I! man and lives aboard a O McCoys Everyone on

Burning." One of Dave's, houseboat off the banks 11:30 Q CD (Color) Jeopardy i -
O Mike Douglas
5:25 O Moments in! Sports old campus flames is of the Mississippi. ((1 hour, O Pete and Gladys There's a program to fit ev nesday, September 16th. Three, Symphonies" is telecast from and national news, hobby

5:30 Q Newscope writing a book about her 35 min.) t 12:00 O CD (Color) Say WhenO I eryone's viewing i taste on Tampa Bay area newsmen ques- 9-10 p.m. Some of the world's news, weather and definitionsof
11:30 O CD Johnny CarsonTHURSDAY
5:55 CD News, Weather, college romances. Love of Life WUFT, Channel 5's line up of tion the five Florida football leading maestros conduct nine weather terms, a book re-

Sports 9:00 Q Movie : 12:25 Q News fall shows. coaches about their up com- outstanding symphony orches- view, local talent and community
'I 12:30 O Search for TomorrowQ
Back The 1964 65 sched- in 13 concerts. news.
News "Look Anger. program ing season. tras
Beverly I Hillbillies I ;Morning and Afternoon CD Truth or ule emphasizes public affairs An entirely new program, Among the musical groupsto Also supplementing the NET
6:30 Weather.'J e 'seen saying I Ie.' g< 10 CD Continental ClassroomAmerican Consequences and cultural shows. A new evening "Of and Politics is be heard are the American schedule is a continuation of
\ People ,
O News-Cronkite like to split his share of'' Government ;: 12:45 Q Guiding Light schedule begins unrolling aired at 8:30: p.m. Thursday Symphony Orchestra, the Bal- the local, nightly program,
with 6;:15 O Scope 12:55 Q CD News Monday at 5:30 "Sunshine Almanac with Al
a crawdad shipment ) : p.m. over timore Symphony, H o u ston ,
This is followed
?.00 O Deputy I nights. by
Humanities C-52 1:00 O News Weather
"The Next Bullet. A note Mr. Drysdale, but DrysO Gainesville's educational TV NET series of plays, from clas- Symphony, and the Vienna Sym Moffett, "N e w s Highlights'
dale's investor friends are| 6:::30 Q World Civilization 0 Midday station. In-school programming phony. Guests on this program follows at 6:15: with exclusive
pinned to a murder victim sic to modern, varying in length
marks Lamson as the I convinced that Jed is try-i p 6:40: O (Color) Living Words CD (Color) TBmgo begins the following week, Mon from one to two hours. Several include Leontyne Price, Lorin coverage of Gainesville news, ;

ing to pull a stock-market! 6:45: O Pastor's Study 1:15 O Focus 2 day, September 21, at 11 a.m. be Hollander and Leonard Rose. weather and sports.
killer's next target plays to seen are "A
O Deputy coup. CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor 1:30 CD (Color) Let's I Several National Education Woman of No Importance," The children's series, Last year's successful "High
CD Ozzie and Harriet 6:50 O Farm and Home Television (NET) series return Channel
Make a Deal "What's New" returns to -
"The Quiet. Bob "The Alchemist "Macbeth
Deathly School Football Highlights, Monday
9:30 O Dick Van 00 O CD Today O Science from last year or the year be- 5. The half-hour programs
Braddock and Con Hawkins Dyke "
O Local News fore but the of "Romeo and Juliet, "Twelfth nights at 8 o'clock and
majority the
O As the World Turns will be aired Mcnday through
trade the "
army life. "The Life and Love of Weather Night, and "A Month in the also
for lives of'crime.CD I 1:55 Q CD News programs are new. Friday at 7 p.m. A new, live, Highlights,
Joe Coogan. It's a small 7:05: O Ranger Hal Country. local show "Midweek will de- will be continued. Jim Finch,
Wanted-Dead o r Alive T 2:00 Q CD Loretta Monday night viewing en- ,
YoungO I
world: Rob'snew golf 7:50: O Local News, Weather Friday's schedule includes "
"Competition."While Josh I compasses "The Touch of but Wednesday, September 30 hosts "Football Highlights.

is: his friend partner turns out to have 8:00: O Captain Kangaroo Password Fame," a half-hour program the repeat of Wednesday night's at 9 p.m. This hour long program For in-school listings, check

Sheriff visiting Neely, a pair of sent Laura some sonnets 8:55; O CD Political Talk 2:30 O CD Doctors about outstanding people in I"Jazz Casual." "United States will. feature. local, state the Sun's television guide.
\ before her marriage. 9:00 Divorce O House Party ---
bounty hunters ride up O Court fields of science, medic i n e,R
with a dead man tied m Burke's Law Q Bachelor Father 3:00 Q f CD Another World drama, education and art;

This series begins its\ CD Color O To Tell the Truth CBS' "Camera Three half-
a horse. ( ) Romper a j
across Sliced Summer's Storms I II
3 :
O News
7:30 O CD Virginian second season in a new Room : ) ;hour show delving into what.r by
j time slot. Tonight's case I 3:30 O (Color You Don't
"Ryker" Clu Gulager as 9:30 O People Are Funny ) Say!ever's new, different and excit-

concerns the mysterious I j (CD Jack La I.anne O Edge of Night jing in man's creative achievement -
Emmett Ryker, a new By CHARLES STAFFORDST. This restoration, St. Augus.1|Fortunately, the little church,
death of a young actress.jloo0 j O Make Room for CD Popeje's Pals and a one-hour public
is fast ;
regular, a man 'I I AUGUSTINE (APSt.. tine's hope for solid I which supposedly contains the
with 10:00 O Rudy Vallee i Daddy 4:00 Q Match Game (',affairs block which changes a more

CD Face a gun.The Nation.10:30 CD Flag Pageant O News O Secret Storm I from week to week. ,Augustine, whose economy rests tourist economy, is being carried remains of St. Augustine'sfounder

11:00 O O News Weather, CD (Color) Cameras CD Huckleberry Hound The first program in this ser- on the foundation of its deep, out in the historically authentic was not struck.
(Special) CBS has sched- rich has borne too fashion of Colonial Wit
Sports. history, one
4:25 Q News "
uled this time spot for an : Please I ies is "News in Perspective, I : Dora also forced postpone-
storms. Va. It is
interview with one of they' CD l'W tb er, : 10.30 O CD (Color) Word for 4:30 O Leave It to Beaver followed by "Sahara," "Pay many liamsburg, one-quartet ment of a meeting in Washington -
Two hundred build
four major political candi-i Sports (Color) j Word O Best of Groucho TV," "Algeria," "International! "It is literally a disasterarea completed.ings remain to be torn down and I i of the President's Commission -

dates. 11:25 O Movie O I Love Lucy CD Movie Magazine," and "At Issue." ," said Earle W. Newton. for the quadricentennial.
8:00 O News Special i ii I I."Banjo On My Knee. At; 10:55 Q t""T wen t y Plus Two." "The Indian Experiment' is,;i"It was first hit by a racial
But Newton said he is
I a half-hour program beginning,hurricane, and then by a nat-. The restoration and the old I I sure

f THURSDAY evening FRIDAY 'til 5 ,;at 7:30 Tuesday nights. This!ural one." fort on Matanzas Bay are the i the storm will not affect the res-
P"Thursday toration or the quadricentenni- .
documentary series gives view- ;
i The first boiled up in early hub, with other tourist attrac

ers an in-depth approach to India's -summer on the narrow streets, tions on the rim: The missionof 'aI, which begins New Year'sDay.
6:40 CD Color Words
Evening ; 9:30 Q CD Hazel ( ) Living 12:55: Q CD Ne\\s. .
;: crises and future. "Of People under the
oaks and Nombre de
towering Dios, Fountain oi
Wells '10:00 O Kraft Suspense 6:45 O Pastor's 1:00 Q N \\Weather
5:00 O Fargo | S.tudr. "But I think the faith of the
and Politics, a half hour!*cedars, when the Rev. Martin Youth Park and Indian
O Mike Douglas I Theatre CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor I O Midday |[ burying and the demon-
I 'I program which also runs on I Luther King sought equality for')!ground, the old jail, oldest city county was
55 Q Greatest Headlines O Conclusion of 6:50 O Farm and Home CD (Color) TV Bingo
I strated the fact that
I Thursdays, looks at the Amer in the tourist businesses by they re
5:0;:: Q Newscope The Case Against Paul] 7:00 Q CD Today I 1:15 O Focus 2 i Negroes -!"school, oldest house, assorted
newed their annual contributionsof
'ican political system and the excitement of the nation's oldest
5:55: CD News, Weather, Sports Rjker." Another hearing| .. O Local News, \\eatherI1:30! CD (Color) Let's Make (' city. museums. $25,000 each to the
it during an program
generates 'There whirlwind of vio-,
is asked for and :O) O Ranger was a
Weather !
6:00: O News. Sports granted! Hal. a Deal 1 election : None of the restored buildingswas without a cut, while reducing
i lence. Tourists shunned St. Auigustine.
6:30: O O CO News 1 but, David Young'must) 7:50 O Local News, Weather I' O Science year.Included are interviews with i:[!I (' damaged by Dora, said other items in their budgets,"

7:00 O Rifleman I handle the defense this, 8:00: Q Captain Kangaroo O As the World Turns lead-i 4! (I Newton, executive director of Newton said.
900 Q Divorce Court politicians, government i I Peace was restored with passage -(
"The Trade. Sam Morley time. 1
I 1:55 CD News andi the St. Augustine Historical Res- So rich is St. Augustine's history .
wanted h I' O Bachelor Father : ers, political analysts, i of a national civil rights!
by t e'j' O Nurses CD (Color) Romper Room %:00 O CD Loretta Young campaign workers. Richard D.,+'law. ;toration: and Preservation Com- that Newton was able to
asks Lucas to I .
"The Heart A
Seeing mission."It .
) 9:30 O People Are Funny O Password Heffner hosts the series. : Then, last Wednesday night, I dredge up a remarkably coinci-

in.O blind priest is asked toj: CD Jack La Lanne I 2:30 O CD Doctors I The Tuesday night block is I i;'Hurricane! Dora strolled the old shows how well they were dental ancestor for Hurricane
Movie help a blind Jewish boy;, I O House concluded with hour !built, and are built," he said. Dora.
Party an
"Hercules." The legend of 10:00 O Make, Room for long j I[streets, leaving a numbing
prepare for, his bar mitzvan. -| """ educational "Science "It's a tribute to the split cedar On Sept 8, 1565, Don Pedro
Hercules. ((2 hours) Daddy I O CD Another World program I)[amount of damage to be repaired -
and Engineeering Journal." Several shake shingle they used. We Menedez de Aviles landed to
t O News O To Tell The Truth by people whose incomewas
CD"Election Air: Luckie Bet" ,11:00 O O CD News \\eather\\ CD Cameras Please 3:25 O News topics which will be i deeply cut by the racial haven't lost a single. Whereason found St. Augustine. The French

7:30 Q CD and the Sports biovler : 10:30 Q CD (Color) Word for 3:30 O (Color) You Don't touched on are "Lasers," "Cy-r storm. a home I own with a modern also coveted Florida, and a

Candidates Campaign 11:25 O I Word Say clones," "Converting Waste I Dora's toll: $95,000 in damageto slate roof, half of it is gone." I French fleet waited outside the
(Special) "You Meant For
S:r0 Q CD Dr. Kildare Me." Were O I Love Lucy O Edge of Night Water to Tap Water," "Explor- city-owned property, a yet None of the other attractions ; harbor for high tide to attack

musical-comedy 10:55 Q O News CD Popeye Pals ation in Semantic Space," and I unestimated amount to private suffered serious damage. the Spanish.

Conclusion of Tyger, romance of a bandleader 11:00 Q CD Concentration 4:00 Q Match Game "Artificial Intelligence Present property.Two The toll to the city's preciousold Before they could do so, how-

Tyger" and a small-town girl. Cl McCoy O Secret Storm and Future." days earlier, St. Augus- trees was extensive, however ever, a hurricane struck. The
9:00 O Perry Mason 11:30 O CD
"The Case of The Poisson Johnny Carson 11:30 Q CD (Color) Jeopardy CD Cartoons Mid-week viewing features I tine had noted its 399th birth- French ships were destroyed,

Pal." FRIDAY O Pete and Gladys 4:25 O News music and sports. "Jazz Cas- day and moved into the final "A couple of old trees fell in and survivors marooned on an
Pen Peter
Gregson i 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When 4:30 O Leave It to Beaver ual" returns to Channel 5 from phases of planning for a two- the plaza-the old market place island near the city where Men-

and Carl Holman have Morning md Afternoon O Love of Life O Best of Groucho 7:30 3 p.m. and.features such year celebration of its foundingor where we can ill spare them," endez eventually slaughteredthem.

worked night and day to .:10 CD Continental Classroom 12:25 O News CD Movie jazzmen as Woody Herman, the j- was about to. The celebra .he said. .

bring about a secret' mer America Governm e n t; 12:30' O CD (Color) Truth or "My Dream Is Yours." Art Pepper Quartet and Louis!tion is calculated to spur a $20 On the grounds of the missionof "Three hundred and ninety

gerof their two com- 1:15,6' Scope, Consequences An unknown singer is tak.Armstrong. "Florida F 0 0 t-i'mill'on! 20-jear program to restore -'- Nombre de Dios, the air Fri nine years, almost to the day"

pains i, but the news# leaks. O Summer Semester, O Search for Tomorrow en under the wing of a:ball Coaches" is a one tim" and rebuild the SL Augustine day was rich with the odor of,Newton said, "the hurricane

out. i 1:30 O World Civilization 12:45 O; Guiding Light i talent I only one-hour Wed: "
"",.,, '- -, -. ..' agent. program of antiquity. .

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8C Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 13, 1964


Drought Costing Millions NOW : PH. 3728441. EXPERIENCED 11 FEMALE HELP waitress WANTED wanted

: : forClassified Must be Rd.EXPERIENCED over.Restaurant 21. Call 2120 FR 2.c69G.Manare's Hawthorne -,

L 1 If. Only
woman to take
ANNOUNCEMENTS care of child. Own transports-

By DAN MCNULTY Apple, cranberry and blueberry 1 In Memoriam DEADLINESTues. .._.tion. _Phone 378-1120 after 5 p.en.

CHICAGO (AP) The rains Farmers' Woes Stretch crops expected to be smaller 2 Card of Thanks 5.30. thru p.m.Fri.Day papers before-publIcation BAR genial.MAID See-Mr.experienced Pozen. University coir*

that never came have cost than usuaL 3 Lost & Found Inn. South U. S. 441.

American farmers from New southern IS/1 I 4 Personalized Services For ads to go in Sun. paper- EXPERIENCED secretary desired.
Ohio Most of central
From East to Westthe 5 Travel Information 12:00 ajn. Sat. Write your qualifications to Box

England to the Rockies millionsof and western Ohio dry. 6 Special Notices 580-A co Gainesville Sun.
o For ads to in Mon.
} 1.i go paper-
dollars in damaged crops this Last measureable rainfall in 7 Florists 1pm. Sat.Minimum. APPLICATIONS taken for Nurses
Aides and help in other Depart
summer.An state's major cash crop. levels in a decade. Columbus was Aug. 22, one-half 8 Baby Sitters Child Caret ( ad 4 lines) ments. Apply in person Gainesville *
Places To Go And Center.
Associated Press survey New Mexico 15 of 32 coun- Colorado Five eastern inch. Corn crops suffering and / Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE FAMILY RATES HOSTESS needed part or full

shows that they stand to lose ties receiving some kind of counties asking disaster relief. pastures dry but no scarcity of 1 t Insertion .. .. ..... 34c line time.1414 NW Aunt 13th Jemima's St. Ask Kite for hen Mr.,

millions more because drought drought disaster aid. Water Wheat hit hardest. drinking water. 3 Insertions .......". 22c line Brown.
crop : 6 Insertions __ _.. 17c line
conditions still prevail in many reported in short supply at state Missouri Relief from recent New Jersey August was the THE 12 Insertions ....nn....... 14c: line Morley's Sandwich

sections of the country. reservoirs.New 76 Airplane Sales Rentals
rains but corn_ crop throughout: driest in the state's history. 71 Trucks for Sale Total charge computed by Shop
Compounding the farmers'woes York Drought has multiplying total lines x rate
state already damaged and Last substantial rainfall in 79 Trucks Wanted 1029 W. Univ. Ave. I'
earned x number of insertions.
has been temperatures lasted five months in some WAITRESS needed 4 to 12:00
scorching pastures in poor shape. Trenton July 31. Dairy farmer to Tractors fc Truck Rentals 5 Five letter words per lineS '
p.m. shift also part time help.
that left fields eastern and central upstate
12 Trailer Rentals
hardest hit and unusual numberof Apply in person.

parched. counties, resulting in dried-up Kansas Farmers in some wood and brush fires reported 13 Motorcycles & Scooters Point WANTED experienced waitress.

Rural counties in some agri- pastures, stunted grain crops central and western areas 14 Automobile Repairs Same as 2 lines ordinary type Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau-
in the past week. 85 Automobiles for Sale rant. 310 NW 13th St.
cultural states have been declared -and a scarcity of hay. Many waiting for rain before planting
12 full time part
West Virginia Northcentralarea TIME 26 Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL pointSame WANTED one or
federal disaster areas, communities have restrictionson wheat. September rains have lines time waitress. Apply in person
as 3 ordinary type
with farmers obtaining emer- use of water and dairymenare alleviated situation elsewhere. approved for grazing morning Thomas. 615 or N.E.evening 2nd St.to Hotel

gency loans. asking for a revision of the Wisconsin More than 20 livestock on soil bank acreage 18 PointSame CURB WAITRESSES day and

federal because> of drought conditions.No II Schools & Instruction night shift top wages. ApplyIn
The dry spell has also forced milk-price formula to counties declared eligible for as 4 lines ordinary type person Jerry's Restaurant.
serious shortage of moisture 1> Music. Dancing
2310 S. W. 13th St.
some communities to ration or cover increased feed costs. federal assistance although new 20 Wanted-Instruction

curtail the use of water by the Indiana Serious forest fires rainfall has improved the situa elsewhere. Pasture feed 24 PointSame MATURE; bookkeeping.woman for typing Doctor's recep office

Maryland tionist. Past h e I p-
general public. threaten in the southern
part tion. fuL Include full details in let
Here is a rundown of the state unless substantial rain Pennsylvania Several supplies very short due to water TO EMPLOYMENT as S lines ordinary type ter. Reply to box 370-A care of l

shortage in most important 11 Female Help Wanted Gainesville Sun.
situation in affected states: falls in the next 10 days. But .
counties in north central and livestock but tobacco 12 Male Help Wanted WANTED experienced Legal Secretary
Kentucky Drought blamed little loss areas, 36 PT. to begin work immediatelyfor
crop anticipated. aid. Male Female
northeast receiving disaster harvest 13 Help- or Senior Partner. Salary coro-
proceeding rapidly -
for estimated cut of 50 million I although rivers and creeks in Hay corn and pastures hardest more 14 Sales Help Wanted munsurate with experience and
than 1963. ability. Fringe benefits: Blue I
pounds in burley tobacco output northwest Indiana are at lowest 14 Work Wanted Female .
Same as 7 lines ordinary type Cross and Blue Shield. For Interview
hit.Texas Iowa Drought lifted In 17 Work Wanted Male contact E. A. Clayton or

Moisture short over August but still responsible for James E. Clayton. Phone 3729591.
The Gainesville Sun will not be
most of the state. Livestock WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor
Cookies Cancel Cocktails 39-million-bushel drop in corn responsible for more than one Restaurant. Apply in person 2325 f

conditions generally poor and yield estimate. GET FARMS & LIVESTOCK incorrect insertion nor will it W. University Ave.SALESGIRL. '
I 26 Farm Equipment be liable for any error in ad.

herds dwindling. Hay, cotton, Nebraska No serious 27 Feed & Fertilizer vertisement to a greater extent WITH ARTISTIC ABILITY

At 'AutliorV corn and peanut harvest fair to than the cost of the space occupied Top paying local retail opportunity
ReceptionNEW drought condition although .; 28 Livestock & Supplies by the item in the ad- for young woman who

.a. poor. City water supplies mostly southwest wheat area seeding 29 Landscaping Top Soil vertisement. No adjustment will knows how to sell. This position
; be made on errors that do not requires some training or experIence -
30 Pets Supplies
but small
YORK (AP) Like Friday, he threw an author'sparty adequate some towns delayed somewhat due to dry materially effect the value of in art or home decorating.
31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL
have rationed water. the advertisement.The Must enjoy meeting people. Per.
most hopeful young authors, for her. soil conditions. manent position. excellent future

Dorothy Straight came to New Writing down children's stories Illinois -Corn and soybean Oklahoma Drought consid- Gainesville Sun reserves .Rutherford's earnings, See 103 Mr.W. Sandefer Univ. Ave.at

York City for a party to celebrate is a favorite sport in the crops expected to be poorer due ered critical until August rain the lecting privilege any advertisement of revising or whichIt re- No phone calls please.

the publication of her first Straight household, in which to August dry spell.Massachusetts brightened the crop outlook.IN THAT 56 Business Opportunities deems objectionable and to ATTENTIONLADES V
57 Money to Loan change the classification of any
book. there are two boys, three girls, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 58 Mortgages advertisement from that orderedto I 3060Due
conditions poorest in 15 years. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND conform to the policy of the
There was ice cream and a pony and a dog. FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN- 59 Money WantedMEILCHANDISE paper.Announcements. to the expansion of our company -
we now have positions
cookies and soft drinks. Every. "We began writing down the NOTICE CERY. open for ladies in clean, dignIfied
Notice is hereby given by the under- CAROLYN JEAN DEANE work. This has a salary' of
body wore paper hats. And the older children's stories when signed owner of all the land included Plaintiff 51.2.5 per hour, 5 days a week
I within the subdivision designated South vs. from t AM. to 1 P.M. Apply. "
conversation was mostly about they were Dorothy's age to sendto Oak Park. and recorded in Plat Book RANDALL GLENN DEANE, 61 Wanted to Buy Room 205 BaircTs Hardware

dolls kindergarten and the their grandmother in England "B Alachua* at page County.64 of Florida.the public that records a petitionwill of DIVORCE Defendant.AND RESTORATION OF 62 Machinery & Tools Bldg., A.M. sharp. Monday

dollar that Dorothy got for the ," Mrs. Straight said. "Chil- be filed with the Board of County MAIDEN NAME BETTERCAR 63 Building Materials 3 LOST & FOUND Sept.No phone 14 calls.SALESCLERK& Tuesday.. Sept. 15. ,
Commissioners of Alachua Court-f, Flor.| 64 Household Goods
loss of her four front teeth. dren at that age have such Ida at its meeting on Septemhri 22 TO: Randall Glenn Deane LOST Walker hound puppy white & cashiers for sun-
marvelous 1964 requesting that the plat of said subdivision 4220 Tacoma 65 Antiques with black spots answers to Spot. dry store. Apply College Inn. --
Dorothy is six years old. imaginations. be vacated. Chattanooga TennesseeYou 66 Misc. For Sale 3711 SE 18th Ave. Ph. 3763335. 1728 W. Univ. Ave.
DOYAL E. TIMMONS. SR. are hereby notified that A Suitor
The Straights said they had MALE BEAGLE lost Thursday
: She made up the story and did (3594) 9:6. 13 a Divorce and Restoration of Maiden 67 Trading Post morning in NW section. 14" Beagle WANTED experienced cashier. Evening
not told Dorothy anything about NOTICE Name has been filed against you as .a 68 Articles Wanted with brown head about 30 shift. Apply Larry's Restaurant -
the illustrations for her book, Defendant by Carolyn Jean Deane as 69 Fuel Oil & Woods 1225 W. Univ. Ave.
Ibs. Reward for return.
the; origin of the world. Her The game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Plaintiff In the above Styled Ccurt and
: "How the World Began. of the State of Florida, under 70 Boats Marine Equip. 372.3814. WANTED woman to do my washing
father thinks of her ideas Cause and you are required to file and ironing at her own home
some and by virtue of the power and authority 71 Camp Hunt Fish ,
Defenses -
The illustrations she said, your or Answer to the Complaint Call 3760026.EXPERIENCED.
granted under Section 30. cf 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE
came from television and some Article as filed therein with the Clerkof
72 Office Equipment
took her "half a day, an evening IV of the Constitution of the State of the Circuit Court in and for Alachua part-time typist j
from a stage production of aNoah's Florida as amended and ratified by the County. in Chancery Courthouse Gaines-: 73 Musical Merchandise LEARN TO DRIVE Special attention must be competent with dicta ..
and a morning. voters of Florida on November 3. 1941. yule, Florida, and serve a copy thereof to nervous or elderly. phone. Excellent working conditions ,
Ark story. and Rules and Regulations of the Com upon said Plaintiffs Attorney Barton Easy Way Driving School. FR hours adjustable t 14 )
Her mother, Mrs. Michael Will success spoil Dorothy 'mission.. T. Douglas 103 North Main Street Post 7-7002. Lie bY State ot Fla. hours.week, SI.25 hr. Phone 376-
I plans to establish as a refuge c'osed! to Office Box 415, 1933 for interview appointment.
Va. Gainesville Ficrida, on REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1
of Alexandria
S Straight, Straight? hunting and trapping for an Indefinite or before October 12, 1964; and If you KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON Thompson Hayward Chem Co.
: took down the story as Dorothy period of time an area in Gilchrist County 'fail to do so a Decree Pro Confessowill 32 Mobile Homes for Sale Beauty on a Budget
Her father thinks not. "At the All work guaranteed -
Florida: lying in Township 8 South. be taken against you for the relief 12 Mole Help Wonted ;
Perm. S5 Sham-set $1.50 up
: told it one night in answer to first sign of a swelled head her Range 15 and 16 East and Tcwnship 9 demanded in the Complaint and there.after 33 Lots for Sale 14 E. Univ.up Ave. 3727726
: the question "Who made the South. Range 15 and 16 East. said Cause shall proceed E< Parte., 34 Waterfront Property Open nights by appt. DISHWASHER wanted good salary.
brothers and sisters will see to Notice is hereby given that the Commission Witness my hand and seal of said Apply in person Wonderhous
will hold a public hearing on the Court this 11th of Restaurant. 14 SW 1st St. Behind
for Sale
: world? day Septemi-er, A.D., 35 Houses 6 SPECIAL NOTICESLOSE
it she gets back into line, he 25th day of September. A,D. 1J64 at Silver 1964 at Gainesville Florida. !it

: "We were amazed at the said. Springs Florida at 9:00 A.N0'-. J. B. Carmichael 36 Cottages for Sale WEIGHT safely with new Sears.RESTAURANT I
clock relative to establishing the above Clerk Circuit Court, Eighth..
37 Real Estate Exchanged Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents.
S different concepts Dorothy put described area as a refuge. Persons Interested Judicial Circuit In ard For "
may appear in peisoi or bV Alachua County Florida 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug MANAGER NEEDED .
father Real Estate Wanted
her 38
into the book, said resolution or peition.A. In Chancery. Company. .
Fire Kills 8 "
S editor of the New Republic D. Aldrich (Court 39 Out of Town Property NEEDED all unused books outgrown EXPERIENCED for immediate
SealBy employment. Aunt Jemima's Kit.
Director Game and FreshWater : Agnes Lowry books and excess books.
: "At the end of the AP Fish 40 Business Properties chen 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for
Magazine. SPRINGHILL, N.C. ( ) Commission Deputy Clerk Friends of the Library solicits Mr. Brown.
(3609) 9 13 (3611) 9:13, 20 27, 10:4 your help for their Used Book
story she said 'And then God Police recovered eight bodies 41 Residential Income Gainesville
: Sale. Bring your books to MECHANIC WANTED. SVi days
District (No,. 2) North to' the Union
went to sleep and slept for 40 Saturday from the ruins of a COMMISSIONCO County line less the city limits of La- 43 Farms & Acreage 2-1061.Public Library or call FR good working conditions.i Berkley
S whole days.' and she illustrated small frame house destroyed by GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Crosse.Application No. 79 Establish Zone 43-1 Colored Property Sales \

it with a picture of God in bed fire in a village of Springhill Notice is hereby given that the Alachua District No. 22 (requested by the 8 Baby Sitters Child Car.
County Zoning Commission will hold a Board of County Commissioners) ATTENTIONHOUSEWIVES
: wearing yellow pajamas." Junction.A public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on Wed. That part of Sections 30. 31, and COMPETENT moiheTwilFcare
nesday September 30, 1964 in the County 32 T10S R19E and that part of Sec. RENTALS for children reasonable In her !
S Dorothy's parents liked the police officer at the scene Commission Room (401) in the Courthouse tion 36 TICS RISE and that partof home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone

: book so much they took it to a said the eight dead were believeto ,to consider requests to rezone the Sections 1, 2, 3 in and out of 43 Colored Property Rentals FR 44481.KIDDIE Increased Fall business necessitates
described In Arredondo Grant 8, 9, 10
following property the following in and out 44 for Rent placing 3 women Im
: publisher, who liked it so much include six children. The fire described manner: of Arredondo Grant 11, 17 outside Cottages KORT CHILD CARE mediately. Real opportunity for
Application No. 65 Rezone from Res- the city limits of Archer 18, 19 45 Furnished Apts. Day. wk.. or mo. Old Newberry
I he decided to .nublish it. broke out shortly before 1 a.m. dence "B" to Business "B" (RentiActa4 and 20 T11S RISE that lies within Rd. Planned programs. Pick up those who qualify for terri

.,---.-- -Hi,, .tjtr.... -t. "D Th....-.......MeyMt.-.. 1000 feet of either side of the fight- 46 Unfurnished Apts. at Littlewood and Terwllliger tories. We train you to show
Lots 5. 6, 7. 8, 9, 10 11,'12, 13, and of-way line of State Road No. 24.The schools. Call FR 26667. Avon Cosmetics. For Interview
: NOTICE 14 in Block 19 of Ridge Crest Subdivision above described property is located 47 Houses for Rent Furru write AVON P. O. Box 441,

lying in Section 11. TiCS along State Road No. 24 from the South CENTRAL TINY TOT Gainesville Fla. or call -
Following Is a summary of the 1944 45 tentative budget as adopted by thee 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
R20E, as recorded in Plat Book line of the existing Gainesville Zone DIstrict
Board of County Commissioners at their meeting held September I. 1944. A
"B", Page 3, of the Public Recordsof (No. 9) South westerly to the Levy 49 Rooms for Rent PLAY SCHOOLVisit FR 2-0421
public hearing will be held on this budget at 2:30 P.M. on September 22. 1964 Alachua County Florida. County line less the city limits of Archer. -
: in the County Commission Room (Room 401) of the Alachua County Courthouse. rhe above described property is locatedat 50 Mobile Homes us and see for yourself.
24 SE 8th St. FR 67806.I .
:3405 SE Hawthorne Road.
S Property Taxes 17.1 ml' s on $109,500,000 Si.872.450,00 iness Application"A- to No.Business 66 Rezone"B from Bus- Application 80 Establish Zone District care for infants & children in UNIVERSITY STADIUM
Federal' Civil Defense Funds 11,54485Mosquito ed by J. H. Ward (Request 23 (requested by the Board of 51A Wanted To Rent my 5169.home. NE section. Call 372- CONCESSIONSNEED

S Control State I 15.000.00S That part of Lot 8 and the North County Commissioners) .
Mosquito Control State II 11.94800S. That part of Sections 19 20 21, 28, 52 Boarders Wanted MEN AND TEEN age
217 chains of Lots
21 and 22 of
Boat Registration Tax 1,50000 Section 13, Township 10 South. 22, 27. 23, 26, 24 and 25 T10SR21E. 53 Office Desk Space I have the molds .. liquid the boys to sell drinks hot dogs
a Tax Redemptions 6.000,00 Range 20 East lying between the and that part of Sections 19. 20 29. paint & all the rest. peanuts. and popcorn during all
21. 28, 27 outside the limitsof FLORIDA'S Rentals football games. also men and
Tax Deed Surplus 1000.00 old and new highways.rhe 54 Business We make the best ceramics to
Building Permits and Zoning Fees 10.500,00 1 above described property is located Hawthorne 26 outside the city decorate nest. teen-age boys to sell seat
Interest On Bank Accounts 12.500,00 I at 5710 Southeast Hawthorne Road (State limits of Hawthorne, and 25 T10S your cushions sunvisors and souvenirs. -
a Tax Assessor-Fees 4.00000 I Road No. 201.Application. R22E that lies within 10*> feet of I have classes of Instruction There are a few vacancies
a Tax Collector- Fees .OOO,00 No. 74 Rezone either side of the rign-of.Wcy of SERVICE come do the work yourselves.See for reliable administrative

.. Clerk Circuit Court-Fees 60.000,00 from Residence "A" to BusIness State Road 20.The and choose your sublect by counter sales personneL Report .

.. Court of Record-Fees 13.50000 "A" with a variance in the above described property Is located 22 Special Services looking on the shelves. to CONCESSION OFFICE
Health Center Rent 4,00000 South setback from 25' to 14' 6" along State Road 20 from the Southeast inside Stadium 3:30 to 5:00
City of Gainesville VoVr Registration Program 300.00 (Requested by Thomas Oil Co.) boundary of the existing Gainesville Zone 23 Home Improvements ELLA'SCERAMICS P.M., Monday thru Friday or

City of Gainesville Civil Defense Program 5,00000 Commence at the NE corner of Sec District (1) Easterly to the Putnam County 24 Radio i TV Service call FR 6-1187 for appointment.
Mosquito Control City of Gaines ville and others 47.987.00 tion :34 T11S R20E and run N84 degrees line, less the city limits of Haw-
County Judge-Fees 23.000,00 11' 40" W 365.97' thenceS thorneApplication 25 Appliance & Furniture
Refunds-Tax Sale Advertising 800.00 13 degrees 03' 20" W 87690; 81 Establish Zone DIstrict LARGESTARKE1
Gasoline Taxes 260,000 thence run West 372.05'; thence run 24 (requested by the Board of 2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5568 ADVERTISE IN THE
Railroad & Telegraph Licenses 1.50000 N 22 degrees 01' 41" W 315' to the County Commissioners) SERVICE DIRECTORY
Race Track Funds 90.000,00 South R.W of the Flemington Road, That part of Section 25 T8S R19E. -
Insurance Agents Licenses 4.000,00 thence run S 67 degrees 58' 19" W and that part of Sections 30 19, 18 -
Occupational Licenses 11.00000 along said R-W 450'; thence run N 7 and 6 T8S R20E and that part of
Beverage Licenses 10000.00 22 degrees 01' .41" W 119' to a pointon Sections 31, 30 19 and 18 T7S R20E
the East R W of Interstate
Fines & Forfeitures 90.000.CO High that lies within 1000 feet of either
No. 75 and the P. O. B. thencerun
; .
Sheriff-Civil & Other Incorre 1C.000.CO way side of the right- way line of State ,
S67 degrees 58' 19" E along
Road 329.
Hilt-Burton Funds 3088250
Miscellaneous Refunds & Receipts 11i.COO,00 the North R.W of the FlemingtonRoad The above described property Is located
171.0'; thence run N 22 degrees along State Road 329 from its Intersec. I :
TOTAL $2 65.434,35 01' 1)" W 200'; thence run S I
tion with State Road 23, North to theBradford
Less S per cent Reserve where required 115,07492 67 degrees 58' 19" W 200to the County line.
East R.W of Interstate Highway No.
Beginning Cash & Investment Balance* (1) 334,50000 Application 82 Establish Zone District I
75; thence run S 22 degrees 01' 41"E
25 ( the Boardof
requested by
TOTAL S2.8U5U3! along said R-W 171.0' to the
P. O. B. All being and lying in Sec. County Commissioners) --
(1) General S 2C.OOOOO :34 T11S R20E Alachua County Flo That part of Sections 21. 22 28, 27, IA

Road & Bridge 140,000! .rida 33, and, 34_ lBS RUE,.and..that_ part
Interest and Sinking 4.50000 The above described property is locatedin vi aciiKma 4, j, T. m, IB. 13, 41.
Water Conservation 4\.OOO.CO the Northeast corner of the intersec 22. 28. 27. 33 and 34 T9S R17E
lion of Interstate No. 75 and the road and that part of Sections 3 outside
Capital Outlay 130000.00
from Micanopy to Flemington. the city limits of Newberry, 9. 10
$334.50000: Application No. 75 Rezone from Ag- 15. 14 22, 2X 24. 26, and 25 T10S Rl- THIS WEEK'S IS ON ;
CAPITALEXPENDITURES riculture to Business "B" (Reques 7E and that part of Sections 30 31. SPOTLIGHT

TOTAL SALARIES EXPENSE OUTLAY ed by Nora M. Scruggs) and 32 T10S RISE and that part of PLACE .

County Commission: 1113,73500 53.900.00 59.585.00 250,00 SEW of the SEVi of Section IS ns Sections 6. 5, 8, 9. 21. 22 In q1 %
R20E thence N 89 25 LONG'S CAFETERIA
; run degrees and out of the Arredondo Grant
47.20000 13.051.00 ,
Clerk Circuit Court 63.081.00 283000 00" W 2891.68' to the West right- f'
27 in and out of the Arredondo Grant,
Tax Assessor 169800.00 12.200,00 14.100,00 3.500.00 way line of U.S. 441; thence runS on W. Univ. Ave.
:34 In and out of the Arrendondo,
Tax Collector 72.00000 53.00000 17.00000 200000 44 degrees 50' 00" E along said
Supt. of Registration 27.51000 13.700.CO 1.410,00 5,40000 West right-of-way line 20' to the Grant and 35 TI1S RISE and lies '-4 Long's Cafeteria offers a convenient location for not i J
S 44 within 1000 feet of either side of te
1X260002X700 2464500f P O B. thence continue degrees
& 37.90500
Bldg. of J. S. 41 student diners but also downtown l business>>
the right-f.wav line only people -
Juvenile Court 33.780.00 .00 ,280,00 8000 50' 00' E 729.30'; thence run S 88 degrees I
Public Defender 7.17644 497248 2.20416 ir 00" W 1SO-J thence run S. (State Road 45) Is and shoppers. Good food. fast service and free
The above described property located _
Court of Record 31.12400 2425000 4,374.001X35900 500.00, 44 degrees 50 00" E 150' to the North 'along U. S. 41 from the Southern boundary -, 'w parking are the prime reasons people enjoy eating
Circuit Judge 27.39718 13.77'.11 25900 right- -way line of a 66' graded road Zone -
of the existing High Spring ,, at Long's.
County Solicitor '.:US.OO 7900.00 99500 45000 (Strickland Road; thence run S 83 District (3) South to the Levy County r R -
County Judge 5684500 4626000 10.58500State degrees 18" 00" W along said North line less the city limits of Newberryand Long's is well known for it's large choice of meat .

Attorney 7,21928 7.004.28) 3500 180.00 nght-ofway 60499'; thence run N Archer. entries vegetables & fruits.Open j'
1.571.04 01 degrees 23" 00" W 801 15'; thence Application 83 Establish Zone Dis- ----- I
Court Reporter 4,50000 run S 44 degrees SO 00" E ..211.50'to trict 26 (requested by the Board of 7 days a week, ,their serving hours ore
T. B. Association 6,50000 300000 3X10000 the P.O.B. County Commissioners) from 11:15 A.M. to 2 P.M. and 4:30 to 8 P.M.

Community Central Welfare Welfare 4889000 4,75000 .UO.00 The above described property Is located That part of Sections 4, 5. 3 outsidethe Owned and operated by Palmer & Sue Long, the \
at 5600 N.W. 13th S t r e e t city limits of Newberry 2 and
Dist. its Gen. Welfare 5.19996 5.199.96 Application No. 76 One Year Varance 1 T10S RUE, and that pirt of See. cafeteria has hod 12 years experience in serving the : 1

Dist. :5 Child Welfare 2000000 20000.00Service to operate a Day Nursery In lions :34. 35 and 36 T9S RI7E and public good food. :

Officer 7,62500 7.10000 525.00 an Agriculture Zone. (Requested by that part of Sections 6. 5, 4, 3 m Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT \ 4 4I
Civil Defense 22032.11 10.22000 4.312.11 .7.50000 Mr. Robert Dinda) and out of Arrendondo Grant, 2 and
Mosquito Control 89,18800 33.560,00 55,62800 Commence at the Southeast cornerof 1 TiCS RISE and that pan of Sections '
Zoning and Planning 18.08000 12,400.00 5.18000 500.00 Section 11 T10S R10E; thence run 31, 32 33 34 35 and 36 T9S NEWAND I ;

Santa Fe Library 4X00000 43,000.00County North 1452 feet to the P.O.8.. thence RISE and that part of Section 6 DINING DINING DINING-DANCING *
7.2770011,31X00 605.OC West 495 feet; thence North 264 *
Agent 1894200Forest 11.06000 T10S R19E. and that part of Section
feet thence East 495 feet; thence _ _ COCKTAILS i
Fire Service 11.31300 ; 31 T9S RUE and that part of Sections
Recreation 20.000,00 78000 2.500.00 16.720.0CIbliC I South 264 feet to the P.O. B.The 20. 21, 28, 22 27. 23, 14. 24 and GENERAL GAINES SHELLEY'S Home of the Original _ _ _ t
is locatedat
ReU Committee<< 27.75000 27.75000 above described property I 13 ItS R21 E. and that part of Sections STEAK ROOM ITALIAN SANDWICH UNIVERSITY INN Ii
: ......,..... 1910 S. W. 34th Street. out of Arrendondo Dial 372-6512.
HistorICal :iOCltry: ;>uuuu Application No. 77 Establish Zone 18 in and Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice Charcoal Steak Room. Smorgav i
11.705,00 7310.00 4.UO.00: 55.00 Grant 7 in and out of Arredondo steaks prepared to for fast, free delivery. board.
H. Demonstration Agent District No. 20 (Requested by the your taste Cocktail Hour S to 7. 7 !
Jury Commission 550.00 200.00 325,00 25.00 Board of County Commissioners) Grant. I. 17. 16. 15. 14 and 13 on our open hearth. Holiday Inn, Also pizza & your favorite drinks for the price of 1. D IftC. \ .
Farm Forester 2.200.1)0 2.200,00 That part of the D. L. Clinch Grant T9S R22E. that lies within 1000 feet 1900 SW. 13th St. FR 61264.b.. 819 W. Univ. Ave. or our ing 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's I

Future Farmers 01 Arner. 1.000.00 1.oDD,00 and that part of Sections 2, X 10. of either side of the ri$tt- f-way new store at 1601 NW 1st Ave. Combo & Richard Parkers orches "

Safety Council 3.500.00 1.920.00 1.caO.00 SOD.DO 11. 15. 16. 21. 22. 27. 21. 3X and 34 line of State Road 26. Less the existing THE ORLEANS _ _ _ tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-2442. t
Soil Conservation Dist. 350.00 350.00 T11S R19E. that lies within 1000 feet I Melrose Zone District (7) (Formerly Fred's Locker Room) CAFETERIAS *
Road Department 617.106.7& 253.111.00 321.995-76 35.000.00 of either side of the rightofwayline The above described property is located Try our U. S. Choice St.ak ".1
Sheriff 3140415,00 113.015.00 'S.100DO 36.3OODO of State Road 5331. I along State Road 26 from The Western Served 11:30 AM 2:00 PJM. BOWLING *
of Alachua
Debt Service 116.463.75 116.4617S The above described property is located to the Eastern boundaries Dinner Served 4-12 P.M. LONG'S CAFETERIA
limits of Newberry
less the
County. city
Capital Outlay Program 121.382,50 121.382.50 along State Road 5-331 from GainesvilleZone the Southern -, and Gainesville. and less the existing Cocktails Served Dancing Serving hours 11.15 til 2 P.M. and BOWLING at Its finest at

Health Department 121.703.00 106.1n,00 21.no.00 lDOOO boundary District (of No.2)the, existing South to the Levy Gainesville and Melrose Zone Df'ricts. 4542 NW 13th St. 4 30 P.M. ti 1.00 P.M. 7 days PALM LANES i

Hospital 174,733.00 17 .7J3.oo County tine. Application 84 Establish Zone District e week. Open every night for your enjoyment 1

Water C086.rvation Board 6O.soo.oo 600.00 2400.00 51..500.00 AppliCation No. 71 Establish Zone 27 (requested by the Boardof ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? 313 W. University Ave. from f AJVl. to 2 A.M.

... E.D.P. Department 4O.oooDO 2O.ooo.DO 20.000,00 District No. 21 (requested by the County Commissioners) Dine by candlelight In the delightful Free nursery service. t4
Sections 27 outside the city limits of 2604 Waldo Rd. 374-4654
i Commissioners)
Board of County
$2.670.111.22 1.0448.895.98 1.335.165.74 5300.056.30 atmosphere of Itatyt BILU IUYS *
TOTAL of Sections 7. 6 in and Hawthorne 20. 29. and 30. in and out
-- -- That out of part Arredondo Grant ItS R20E. of Arredondo Grant. TiCS P2-'E. less MANARO-S RESTAURANT _ _ _
Contingencies S 44,711i1 and that part of Sections 1, in and That part of sections 27. 2) 29, and specializes in Lasagna Eood.CUE STICK BILLIARDS {
Ending Cash & Investment out of Arredondo Grant and 12 TtSR19E. 30 TICS R22E That lies wrtur. 1000ft. -I firm and other delicious Italian P.M.Fun for not only young men ADVERTISE IN THE '

Balances (1) 161.oooDO and that part of Sections 30 of either side of the right-of- 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 BUT young women, too. \.
and 31 TIS R20E. and that part of way line State Road 20. : 372-4490 Closed Mondays. --
TOTAL $2.1&.I5U3_ 14 11, 2and described property Is located Bring your dates
Sections 36. 25 24, 23, 13. The above NOW OPEN Alan's New Open 10 A.M. 'to 12 P.M. DINE & DANCEDIRECTORY
3 TIS RiCE and that part of In sections V, 28. 29. and 30 T'OS R22E. ;
Sections. :34 outside the city limits of limits of HawtMIne. and 905 N. Main Street !
.1 (1) General S25.000.DO less the city Across from Univ. Post Office
LaCrosse 35. 27 outside the city less that part lying within ;OOC ft. of i
... Road Bridge Featuring our own roast beef sandADVERTISE
,sY.t. ... limits of LaCrosse. 28 outside the either side of the r ght-of-w"y line of IN THE .
; ., .. Fine & Forfeiture 20.000.DO ...idIn natural gravy 55 cents. I !
limits of LaCrosse. 22. 23, 15. 14., State Road 20. SERVICE DIRECTORY
', ,.. Capiaal Outlay 113.000.00 city The best roast beef In town." .,
of th Zoning
17. f, 8. 4. S. T7S R19E. and thai I All recommendations t
': S161.000.DO part of Sections 32 and 33 T4S RItE: Commission will be presented to the .
that lies Within 1000 feet of eithe r Board of County Commissioners at their TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT. LOUNGE. CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF
.. side of the right-of-way line of Stat,t meeting to be MS at 2:30 PM. c" Tuesday -\ f

ChairmanBoard The above described property Is locate If \ COUNTY: ZONING> .. CALL 3728441.
of County Commissioners along State Road No. 23 from the Norttem Ie COMMISSION \
.: t ; boundary of. the existing Galnesvill e BY: Howard Weston Secretary -8 :
(3607) ':13 .


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... Sunday, September 13, 1964 Gainesville bun S>C

12 Male! Help Wanted 12 Male Help! Wanted 3 2 Mobile Homes For Safe 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole .)

rPUNG MAN age $26iT1I 1 LOCAL bottling company needs on. c owes! prices "..lest terms, largest UNLIKE OCALA bioc31 IUhathisj. t
high school education. who Is interested route salesman for established Display In central Florida. NYTHING in Gainesville./ This 3 open-beam ceiling paneled dinIng A

in shoe retailing. We can route S day week salary plus We trade for anything. Free delivery BR, 2 b, with tremendous screen & family room with fireplace _ _
offer you above average was, commission. Apply at 1319 S. up to 100 miles.FRAILER ed U x 48 patio !'I a dream Irg. fenced-in back yard V AIMRRATI C
paid vacations and other excel- Main St. between 4:30 & 1:00 PM. MART distinguished subdivision huge let. built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 461-

lent fringe benefits. Apply to Mr. WANTED 4 MENto Hwy. 17 Open 1 to You'll enloy seeing it. Still time 148X ACROSS 28.Hornet I T I
Sanders. Kinney Shoes Gainesville to pick your own colors. Call
East Palatka Phone 328-1050 Boorish 31. Bristle
Shopping Center.EXPERIENCED work with large Eastern electrical 372-S727.
concern In the Gainesvillearea. fellow 33. Fruit
High commissions. Age 23-
M gadget
TABLES. APPLY COLLEGE INN 40. neat In appearance. Car nec. M oblle Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3 CALA
1721 W. UNIV. AVE. essary. No experience needed bedroom mobile homes. Many SMITH destruction 36. Shade tree
we train you. Call Mr. Haney, floor plans. 7 financing. I TO
CARRIER BOYS between Mon.. Wed.. and FrL at FR 12. Employ 38. Obtain
I 12 & 15 only Drive out today. 3 miles Southof 4 Br.. 2 bath. Holly Forest Lg. I-j-i
yrs. old needed for paper route 2-0500 between t and 19 A.M. Gainesville on U. $. 441 Ph. lot. Cent. ht. & over lioo sq. ft. 3725393dylwtld 13.Confidtnom GOOD LI
_Scott A Fetier Corp.
In the N.E. and N.W. Sections. 374-0571
Wonderful experience for your living area. under $25,000. Walking distance of new tial 40. Exist B I D

son daily contact with the public 13-Help Male or Female H grade school. Beautiful lot, 3 brm. 14. Glancing 42. Once TIUM 1R11
bath contemporary home. New %
prepares him for a leading role Drive 3 BR, 2 t-n like new. Cent. Ht. FHA financing. rebound around [01B1
In his future. For more information English and Spanish teacher begin & air, appraised $1500. Priced T A S A H E f. D
16. Stowe 44. Public
t call Gainesville Sun, Circulation work at once. May commute }
Near (
at $13,000.INVESTMEhT. Flnley extra lovely 3 brm, !
from Gainesville
Dept. 372-1441. with another>> 2 bath character house
home. Lovely location.
teacher. Call 492-1154 Little SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
,I FULLTIME or 92-im a Good financing
wanted. Re- collect Hastings. Fla. ready for oc 9 17. Positive 45. Perched
tall clothing and furnishings. Experience Duplex, frame. S.W. needs repairs cupancy.
electric pole 47. 7.Weasel-lite
necessary in retail sell CASHIER needd. hours 10 AM to near jritgwn Sll.IOC.; : Easy position DOWN18Bright

: ing. Salary commensurate with 2 PM. Phone FR 6-8525 for Inter. Save a Lot RIPLEX raditlon 3 brm 3 bath home In animal

ability and experience. I'/j! day vi.w. Permanent position. Sorry center.Frame, N. W. near hopp I n 'I landscaped Finley area.with A lot loving that has been See '. color 49. Word with 1. Clergy 8.Tellurium
neeot 'tpairs. Jll.JOO. 3 care. man's
no students. *
week. Insurance benefits. Write Lowest overhead In the Industry. br, 1 bath ntie 1 '3I-age *p'.. this one. Good price good 20. Past tense one meaning as symbol
resume to box 441-A to arrange WANTED male or female we have DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like rear doniow. neeJs repairs terms. -: slstants
I for personal Interview. an immediate opening for motor to work and you benefit. LOOKto stooo. ending 51. Oriental 9. Land measure -

ROUTE salesman for soft drink route salesman carrier. In the future, make a sound in 3 BR Home nerds repairs. $4000. GLADYS SMITH '6, 21. Harangue dwelling 2. Stupid
the Brooker, Santa Fe area. Good vestment. See our top brand Custom UPLEX
I company. Must be bondableage Renounced 10. Donatereluctance
of 52.
23. Unit Embellish
I{ 25-38. Phone FR 24311 f to 'I earnings. If you have tranipor- made 12 WIDES at 10 C B. Kit eqp. <..<. un'U. $11.. Realtor
fatten & desire to WIDES 8 11. Habitat
weekdays. run your own prices. yr. financing 400 former state*
fcusu.ets with very little investment available. Lake Geneva Trailer Associates: Anna HInson 25. Alfonso's Withdraw plant form
"I COOK, wanted for Immediate emI please call Mr. Ct puta. Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile S. E. 'Virginia Power Caroline Noyes E roents 5. Residue
I ployment. Aunt Jemima's Kitchen Circulation Dept. 372-1441, ext. 19 of Keystone Heights. Open eve- Mary Moeller 1221 W. University Ave. queen 55. Outmoded 15. Harem

t Mr. .Brown.1414 NW 13th St. Ask for S to 7:30 P.M. nings and Sunday. Phone 372-5393 I 26. Devour railways 6.So.Afrtcaa room -*"-

MAN wanted for local wholesale Help Wanted -
( milk route. Must be married. SALES Palm Springs model. One of rT-r'-rz-rrr-r; in drops

bondable previous experIence. age EXP Real Estate Salesman with 2702 Waldo Road N.E. Mu'Hple Ll 'i'tq the built.best looking homes we've ever 22. Auricle ; '
) At Palm Lane 376-0205 019 W. University FR 6-<< Four bedrooms. 2 full _
21-35 and high school graduate ambition and willing to work, baths, -
beautiful brick 24. Loose in*
I preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th must be Interested in minimumof AssociatesE. facade : It 13 -
.. St. 125000.00 W. MoeUer Foster Kesler excellent kitchen arrangement. ; .4 terpreutioa.
I year earnings. Active $14,900. .
WYATT- No money down, VA -
CABINET MAKERS Custom Cabinet office many leads and list. Dick Durbin Sharon Grant FHA only $800 down. Price includes > i- IS 27. Bushydump

t & Mill Work. Inc. has Immediate Ings. Good advertising program. MOVING TO JAX? fully sodded front lawn,

openings for cut-out men All replies confidential and will Trailer Sales GREAT gas lamp swim club member. V- 'f
It assemblers, formica men & truck be answered. Box 5S2A, c/o MOVING TO JAX? /1 19- 29. Many

r: driver. Call to arrange for Interview Gainesville Sun. GREAT trade opportunity. Will ship.VILLAGE It 4WI4\tL& -30. Farers
,... 372-350 daytime. or :372-0070 Home of trada beautiful water front iT 21 25
I1'i after 6 P.M.WANTED CHRISTMAS CARDS Business Pacemaker Mobile Homes home In Mayport area for your HUGH EDWARDS. INC. = flU : Everyone
I and Personal. Customer's Name Shasta and Alrstream Gainesville/ home or property. 2909 N. E. 15th St. 34. Discerned
two auto mechanics Travel TraileriOceis's 3167f11BLACK '
I Imprinted. Earn unusually high Custom built for ferocious beach zs ZI if

,t plenty of work, paid commissions from this medium- Dealer First_ Mobile Since 1948 Home living. Hugh Florida Room. Bricklayer
and high priced line. Free separate Family Room. .three ACRES So smart 39. Fabulous
and other hug
vacation company 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. your ears, keep '1. 33 $#. 35SI
Sample Album. Process Corp. bedrooms. .three baths. .Of PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3: you warm. Use knitting worsted "
I benefits. Apply In per (our 43rd year), 3450 S. 54th Phone 429-1358 fice or den. .beautiful kitchen. bedrooms 2 baths, hardwood for these cozy kerchiefs. bird

J son to Jim Hewitt, Service Ave., Dept. HU-3 Chicago III.. Ocala. Fla.SPECIAL. Many. .Many custom features. floors central heat air-eond. 36- 37 30- 3* 40.Assyr.war

I Manager. Ridgwoy Motor 6MSO Shaded by towering live oaks. units. electric range and drapes. TOP fashion newsl Easy-knit kerchiefs god
104 x 208' Lot for mobile home. Will trade or sell outright. Contact Lot 110- x 120' with shade trees. one ribbed pattern stitch
Co. 16 Work Wanted Female S1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes Hugh Edwards Inc.. Allan 3125 W. Univ. Av.. FR 6-6427. velvet binding; other in 2 colors. 4' 41 T = 42 4f: = : = 4LUonsneckhair
I Prairie. For appointment call Donman Sales manager. 3721551. THREE Pattern 592: directions for both.
bedroom .
PULL. TIME lob housework & FR 6-3052- 2 bath CCB,
EXPERIENCED man to help manage
store. Must be bond- child care. References. Phone traverse rods $750 down pay Tthlrty five cents In coins for T 46 47 48 43. Early
: grocery 376-0513 or after 6 P oM. 3768536.DO For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn JWK $83 per mo. 4004 N.W. 21st Drive 1 this
able. Capable of stocking. order- pattern add 15 cents for .z Briton
trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent off 39t" Ave. -
Ing & helping In store. Hubbard I IRONING in my home. Call condition. FR 2-9184. 4-8 cacti pattern for ist-class mailing 'u 50 7 46. Twitching
Circle Grocery corner N. W. 16th FR 6-2911. Lincoln Estates. A.M. and 4-12 P.M. 3 bedroom 1 bath, 6-room frame: and special handling. Send to /
Ave. & Millhopper Rd. 3728404ONLY house close in, nice neighbor Laura Wheeler Gainesville Sun 48. No: Scot.

17 Work Wanted MoleOBintedhiichooiii FEDERAL QUALITY 10750.00 will buy a nice hood. Ig. shady lot. $9.9 so. Needlecraft Dept.. P. O. Box 141, 51 iS 50. Cavalier
LICENSED Real Estate salesman Terms. Walter Stubbs Inc. Old Chelsea
HOMES INC. three bedroom home. Conveniently Ph. Station, New York 11, .
$100 a week drawing account. 316-5394. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN State abbn
t Large volume builder developing J 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR located In the Northeast this NUMBER, NAME. ADDRESS and Par time 28 min. **' Newsfeotllru
492432. house can be handled for $350.00
2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr. A STEALBY
J 3 areas. Position In Gainesville. plus prepaid Insurance, and ZONE.
Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville USED TRAILER Large living approximately $67.00 month
Sun.INSURANCE. 18 Schools & Institutions room, rear kitchen two bedrooms with new FHA financing. OWNERMUST NEW FOR W5! 200 designs 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sale

upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa EASY to buy three bedroom, two sacrifice. 3 bedroom, 2 more fashions to knit crochet than
i prefer with some ACCOUNTINGCIVIL -COST travel trailer. 374-8341, bath house In University neigh- bath, large Fla. room, large liv ever! Plus 3 FREE patterns, embroidery MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR FOR ONLYS0nandFHA

f agency insurance experience person must SERVICE TRAINING 1761 14'SPORTCRAFT travel trailer. borhood. Owner wiU cooperate ing room, dining room built-in dolls' clothes. Send 25 home in Westmorland. Only 515,. approval you can have Immediate
kitchen convenient to shopping cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. 000. with $700 down. It features possession and ownership of I -
with qualified buyer In
Secretarial Courses Classes Sleeps 6. excellent condition $690 arrangIng '
have & be 21. Compensation
car over now
center and the best value house for sale In'
schools. Fla. ,
Must see Ig. floored attic rm.
a down payment of $1,000.
forming. Howell's cash. Call FR
Business 6-7915.
Re- College -
depends on applicant. VALUE! 16 COMPLETE QUILT
to NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air
Central heat Florida appreciate the value. No qual estab. lawn. fenced back yard & -
211 W. room >
Gainesville Univ. Ave.
ply Box 549-A care of \ PATTERNS In deluxe, Quilt -
ifying. Low down new conditioning. Paneled family room '
oak flors, for payment. Original luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW
!I f Sun stating qualifications. 33 LOTS FOR SALE space Book. For beginners, experts. Send ,II" RY1
FR 6-3507 cars and built In kitchen price $21,400, price now 50 cents 12th Ave. or call 3720089.BY Joining living-dining area for extra
I POSITION available for young man wiU delight you at $17 $18,845.78. $500 down. LocatedIn fowl spaciousness. Electric range ,
interested In advancement above LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING OWNER cen. heat & air cond., and dishwasher. Back yard completely HOMESTake ;
1 acre lots N.W. 39th Ave. $3000. 500. nice NW section at 1321 NW _
salary while train I DEVELOP confidence 0 v e r- 2Vi bath. 3 BR family. living, enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. .
average ng. 21st
up N.W. 14th Ave. $ 500 up. OVER AN ACRE In KIrkwood. Gracious Ave. Phone FR 2-2633. I
Grow with the fastest growl n g come fear-apply practical tech- 35 Houses for Sole dining rm.. large kitchen. built- Call' 376-6147 for appt. to see at
Acre lots S. W. of Town $1200. masonry home. central I choice of over
company In the south. P h on e nique develop personality deserve BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$$ in appliances. Large garage. 2213 NE 7th Ten.New I your
Moeller heat. two baths, three bedrooms. By 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR 90 beautiful brick
Investing In
372-3694 for interview. recognition be an Influ- Mary PLUS another bedroom and a U. S. Steel Home NEW HOME FOR SALE
ence. bath for relative, built in this area by BY BUILDER 24518. Kingsberry homes
guests a or
ANTENNA Installation Must Realtor ALACHUA
man. BS degree 25 years experience. HOMES. INC. 3 BR, 2 bath, central heat & air
a study. Large screened -
be experienced and reliable. Apply Phone 376-0630 FOUR BR, 2 bath, CBS FHA fi
Classes start Sept. 24. 7 9 019 W. Ave. FR 6-<<71 conditioning. May be seen by
In person Tech T-V 122 NW p.m. University porch. fireplace too. By Model Home Opening every Sun. ap nancing. $91.27 per mo. Only $450 Homesin
For pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave.
Information call Mrs. Rhea I appointment only. to $30,000
14th Ave. ACRE LOT AND OR TRAILER MOST from 1 P.M. S P.M. beginning Phone :374-2258. down to qualified buyer. Seller $9,000
376-7724 after 5 p.m. or Hotel FOR SALE. V4 acre Vt mile from attractive home for less August 14. 3331 N.W. 28 PL pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 for
;)LD Florida company expandingIn Thomas 372-9501. University Incl. well. pump. sePtic than $17,000.00. Three bedrooms Compare cost with all other 3 MOVE IN TOMORROW appt. to see. 1806 N.W. 38th Ter.
area. We now have positions two baths NW. and features: Unusual floor plan sets this three little
MEN & women II to 33 to train for tank work shop, storage & i bedroom. 2 bath, fully air cond as
available for 14 men. 21 yrs. study room patio 81 41 x 8 195-4 Florida room fireplace walled homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY bedroom. two bath home apart DON'T MISS THIS DOWNon
and up. experience not necessary CIVIL SERVICE 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfect patio. Occupancy after 60 TIME." from others. Lifetime terrazzo TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt NO MONEY

we train. Apply Room Examinations. For information for married students. Call FR 6- days. By appointment only. floors. newly redecorated. Built Gardens 3V4 ml. Southof WESTVILLANW lot
205. Balrd's Hardware Bldo. 9 send name address & Phone No. 2310 or FR 6-2369. LARGE beautiful lots in Ridge- BRAND NEW In Kitchen. $600. down includes Malore' your
A.M. sharp. Monday Sept. 14 & Key Training Service. 112 W. wood S-D at reasonable prices A most unusual & charming homeof closing. $101. per month Includes Campus on 441. 3 BR. 2 baths
LOTS for sale In 'Beautiful Idylwild 5 bedrooms 3 full baths, for Dad 'round com
Tuesday Sept. 15. No phone Adams St. Jacksonville. All Little pan taxes and insurance. den year
Improvements paid.
calls. between Gainesville and the new elled den & sewing room in one Hugh Edwards Inc. fort. Priced right. Drive by 16th Ave. Monthly paymentsas
Real Estate Exam golf and country club. Large restricted wood-Westwood section. of Gainesville's finest residential: 374-7971 phone FR 2-4625 or FR 2-8336. I low as
lots. Certified public wa J. W.KIRKPATRICK. areas. By builder owner. Cal WOODROW SEAY
a CLAIM ADJUSTORDue COURSE ter system. Outside ctiy limits. 372-3727 to Inspect.BY The Master Builder at 37th St. $56.00
ATTEND First lesson free. I
$1750. to $2800.Clyd.
to unprecidented growth *. OWNER concrete block 3 bed PARRISHPRESENTS
expansion. Allstate has excellent BUSINESS COLLEGE Seckinger. Realtor Realtor rooms. 2 baths. large. convenient. 2 BR CCB home for sale. Nice Several new homes readyfor

opportunity In the Gaines- COLLEGE FR. 6-3507, 372-3727.218 W. Univ. Ave Owner. FR 81 developerPh. 6-5038 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. looking home on large reasonable.grassy Call lot. immediate occupancy.
ville area for a Casualty Adjuster ASSOCIATESFloye Terms are very
with 2 to S yrs. casualty experience HIGH SCHOOL I ACRE lots for sale. Mathiasen Irene Bunnell FR 2-1858 after 6 P.M. WALTER STUBBSInc.

t> a Property Adluster at home free booklet, A m e r lean Phone 372-4416 Capt. A. W. Recce USN Ret. Immediate'Occupancy USED
with 2 to 5 yrs. auto physical School P. O. Box 16461 Jackson- Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home In THE JAMES CO.
ville Fla 32214. I. 2 BR. 1 bath frame house space
damage adjusting experience.These
34 Waterfront Property N. E. location. Living room, heater $7,500 $400 down. $65 901 Waldo Rd.
28 Livestock NICEThree dining room and screen porch. mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud Rob-
positions offer good starting SuppliesFOR Unfurnished.FOR Phone 372-2527
inson, FR 2-2984.
bedroom. 1 bath home with
salary, opportunity for personal WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Phone 376.5394
growth & an outstanding employee SALE 7 year old Mare and Reg. Broker, specalizlng In oak floors throughout good condition RENT: 4 bedroom, 2 bath NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS, out Of Evenings 3726441Builders
I benefit program. colt with saddle and bridle. 4 LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. close to Littlewood school. CHOICE two, three and four bed home in N. E. Central heat and city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath, study,
r year old black Shetland pony with AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose $400 down $89 monthly Including room homes at convenient loca air conditioning. Unfurnished. double carport family room "We trade houses" of
,It you qualify call or write full bridle. Call FR 2-9773. GR 52981.Cedar. taxes & Insurance. Phone FR tions. Quality construction plus built In kitchen. Cent. heat & 2 Kingsberry HomesMeCOY'S
details In confidence .e J. D. 2-8965 W. P. Ridgeway. bonus LOOKING for a home-business location down
WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE Wilkerson. Personnel Dept., P.O. dairyman to show us a better Key Shoresfine REAL NICE 2 BR, or can be used plaster walls, fully sodded lot, -drive by :314 N. Waldo $89 mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud
Box 11269 St. Petersburg Fla. dairy feed than CPA Cooperative as 3 BR house in excellent loca lifetime terrazzo floors GE cen- Road. This house has 1023 Sq. Robinson FR 2-2984. ----- --------- ----- -----
Mills 16 pet. All Pulleted Oral-: homesites from $2250 tion. Nice corner shaded lot, tral heat adaptable tot, GE ft. of floor space located on a --

ALLSTATE Krunch. Over 1500 Ibs. of PDN non-waterfront from $1510 with garage. Total price $11.500 built-in oven and range a II corner lot. Zoned BA-1. IT'S A FACTThe
per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- FHA financing available. Phone brick fronts rustic gas lamps.
I INSURANCE CO. chua. Phone FR : owner 372-7401. sidewalks, swim club member EXCELLENT. northeast location.
2105. 2-1095 or 461- Marina Locations ship. this 2 bedroom sleeping porch down payment can be arranged .
BY OWNER Palm 'View Estates, 3 home priced to sell with low to suit the Buyer on this beau
INVEST: facilities needed here BR, 2 bath less than 1 yr. old. down payment and Immediate tiful 3 BR, 2 Bath CB home at INC.
No cash down
30 PETS & SUPPLIES FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot. VA. occupancy. 3669 NW 16th Ave. Brand New HOMES

Motel Locations no Immediate neighbors. Phone Low FHA down. on a wooded half acre lot. Cent.
KITTENS halfPersianfrei1 374-0734. Also heat & A-C. Elec. Kit. Call now
H. and R. Block the Nation's Largest good home. Phone Mrs. Hudson, I INVES: accommodationsneeded financing. ATTRACTIVE.room. 2 bath traditional home living 3 room bed- to see. In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St.

Income Tax Service wantsto FR 24682 or FR 2-4202. REDFRANKS Move in separate dining room. I lovely NOW'S THE TIMETo adjoining city limits.

locate a manager. Excellent family room with fireplace located
opportunity for right person. We POINTER Setter. crossbreds, DAVID ANDREWS- REALESTATEMORE In Black Acres. look at one of the nicest The Charming fhe Livable
registered FDSB champion s hip 2 baths.
train you. For person il interview TomorrowVILLAGE homes available. 3 BR,
mother value N. W. 39th
Just outside City on
call Mr. Kirst at the Holiday REAL ESTATE
Inn. $300, weeks, wonderful value at 1800 sq. ft. of living area walking Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR 3 bedrooms 2 baths 3 bedroom 2 both large
plus attached Superior to J. J. Finley schools and Univ.
, $23. 4621702.CHIHUAHUA CEDAR KEY 3841 or 3831 CCB Construction garage.3 large bedrooms [ [ of Florida. Two nice three bedroom with fireplace. See it and you'llwant Study family room, living screened porch. beautiful
PROFESSIONAL puppies. Females $20 1. OVER 30 acres of lake front many 2 baths Big Livingroom homes priced to sell with it.DUPLEX rooms dining room oak family room. oak parquet
mates $25. Mrs. Jean Clark with fireplace, entrance ftyrr nice large lots.
bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur included.
floor drapes infloors. drapes
INSURANCE Micanopy Tourist Court Mica- parquet .
CO. Covered ptio. Nice yard. 116.
nished houses with dock and
nopy, Fla.BEAGLE well deep ooo with choice of financing. Cal QUALIFIED buyer. F.H.A. financing This Is a good buy. Extra nice In cluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down.
Many extras. O SLake
pump. NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. location close in. The
of Jacksonville Fla. Santa Fe. Inquire Lewi 6-0817. -3 bedroom new concrete good Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
female. 3 yrs. old. spay block homes. Outside city lim monthly Income justifies the
r Now has positions open for four ed. all shots. excellent child' Jewelry Co. CUSTOM BUILT and designed by its. Only three left. price. If you want a good In- 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.

managers & 20 agents in Gainesville pet. Phone 3724. local architect with ultra modern HUGHEDWARDS vestment then phone right now
& Orlando rea. This includes BEAGLE puppies. AKC perfectly 35 House for :Sal Florida Living In mind. M.M.PARRISH to see. "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let

Leesburg. Company representative marked. from good hunting line Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area estimate
give contracting
us on on new
2 B R home lot lowdown UNIVERSITY you your
on corner
will interview at the Excellent pets. Phone FR 6-2188, plus 3 car carport. Central heat
Holiday Inn between 7 P.M. & 4133 NW 12th St. payment. $60 per mo. Located I. & airconditloning. Dream kitchen custom home.

':30 PJWU Monday. Sept. U & at 331 NW 21st Ave. Car wit) unusual eating area. INC.North REALTY Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290
Tuesday Sept. IS. N> phone SIAMESE kittens ready for light Tommy RIdgell 3724125. Striking entrance foyer & pal .

calls. mouse keeping SIS. Call 374-1912. HIGHLAND COURT 4 BR. 2 baths I to. Large lot in Libby Heights Nite FR 6.5015or6-6502
; Fla. wall to wall carpet llv Must be seen to be appreclat Florida's Largest & ASSOCIATES INC.H. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W.
SALESMAN RETIRINGWE POINTER pups BEST FASTDELIVERY rm. Builder and Developer Wayne Hill Helen Graham M. Munrce Realtor Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
Ing air condition. Phon ed. 35000. Call 4-0817.
WANT A MAN who believes In blood lines, FDSB 372-5347 room 372-2080. Furnished models at 2709 NE 15th Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish Associates: -
his ability who Is not afraid o Reg., 3Vi mos.. 1 male 1 female Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor St. 19 NE First Street S. E. McLaughlin Frank: Reby,
hard work and who expects to $100 each. FR 23477. $60 MO. 2 BR, large kit.. liv. rm., 374-7771 Tel. No. 372-5375 Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas, Jr.

be compensated accordingly. Six BLACK LABRADORS. s mo. old bath and back porch. Small down 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 4-081
months training program with AKC Reg.. championship background payment to one with good credit Member Multiple Listing
1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 3720537.
guaranteed salary plus expenses,
inoculated. Beautiful at -
To the man who qualifies. we home or In the field. FR 2-5763 PARADE OF HOMES MODEL
offer I permanent and Independent HOME AND. The Tropicana. by Hugh Edwards SERVICESHome
business career within our Inc.. has been widely acclaimed
32 Mobile Homes For Sole
rational organization. Call 376- Gainesville's most beautiful homeIn
4421 from 1:30: A.M. till i P.M. $$ INCOME $$ Its price range. You may now
for an appt. : own this marvelous home completely

BUTTS TWO houses on large corner lot t, equipped with central air
near schools and shopping area conditioning dishwasher disposal. And Business
Live in one and rent the other built-in oven and range and
MOBILE HOME One has three bedrooms and I Is patio gas bar-b-q grill for only) ..
Mobile ready for occupancy. the other $22,300. Ask to see this luxurious
SPACES AVAILABLE Is now rented. Call for complete home at your convenience.

Large Lots HomesINC. details.ALACHUA HUGH EDWARDS.3747971SERVICE INC. pprcisol Service I Upholstery L111

Modest Rates REALTY FRED B. ARNOLD UPHOLSTER your furniture at
REALTOR reasonable prices. Call Sally.
Experienced. FR 6-9338. 4241
Six Miles Northon NEW 635 N.Member E. 1st Multiple St. Listing 374-J44' Heating Air Conditioning SERVICE N.W. 13th Ter.Remodeling. '
& 1219 W UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522Bulldozing
V, 78 & 12' WIDES Arle T. Smith Realtor Refrigeration Service
441PROGRESS also Mabel Gore. Associate Contractor
Any make or model window

MOBILE CAMPERS units and household appli _ _ _
We need 25 trade-ins this month I New Listing Jt 64907
Also clean heaters. DO YOU NEED. Florida -
Call us for the best deals. ances. we SMALL bulldozer. loader dump room extra
HOME PARKTel. SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2'* bat$5 Phone FR 2-5002 trucks. fill dirt lime rock. TopsoiL room more room, roof work,
376-8361 Phone 372-7B46. or maybe a complete: new home?
masonory home with 16' x 32 _ _ _ For a free estimate & guaranteed
462-1660 NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street SWIMMING POOL. Located In

Charles Norris Mgr. parking all around our corner NW section fust outside the city Mortgage Broker Waters work.372-M49.phone Carl C. :
Open t A.M. to 9 P.M. each limits. This Is an exceptional buy FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY

'week day. at S24.350. EXPERIENCED CARPENTER
Paint and repair lobs performed by taIUs all
BLACK CRES-ATTRACTIVE 3 SV per cent interest. Terms to V
carpenter who loves his trade.
bedroom 2 bath masonry home For top quality workmanshipcall 25 years.

I spacious kitchen and large screen BUY BUILD REFINANCE _CALL_ _FR_ 6-4907_ _
NOTICETo porch. ONLY $17,500 with 1700 3726142GAINESVILLE Call REAL ESTATE maintenance. remodeling -
DOWN. Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 and additions. ROOfIng.

& all types of home repairs. 3727193. .
LOVELY 3 bedroom IV* bath, split UPHOLSTERY Appliance Repair FHA and conventional at lowest or 3726235.Roofing .
INSURANCE level masonry home located In 1508 N.W. IJth St. Air Conditioning current rates. Terms to 25 Yes, a sound real estate Invest ? rnent requiresthe
I To All Customers the NW section lust inside the Free Estimates-pick uP and years. Will gladly discuss at no olfC-*
City limi v ONLY 115.258 wit'I delivery. obligation. Call tomorrow. specialized services of three .

S700 DOWN. J. W. KIRKPAIRICK. Realtor _ _
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP 31 N. MaIn St. Ph. FR 2B494 the Realtor the lawyer and the lender.

DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES Inc. HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom First HI air conditioning and Appliance C. L. HARRELL
home with 2 sleeping porches located FREE ESTIMATES on repairs. We sell guaranteed B. ARNOI Contractor
washers refrigerators etc. REAl 10R For all your roofing needs and Locating and for real
at 214 NE 5th Avenue. FURNACES and Quality FHA AI.D repairs negotiating a estate property
I ONLY 116.000 with SUM DOWN 1.! _!-ft .0267.. CONVENIIONAL call us anytime.

We, as your insurance agents, have made John Merrill Central Air Auto Glass 1219 W. UNIV.LOANS AVE. PH. 372-3527 FR 6-7745 requires the Realtor's experience and iudgment.

The lender's financial capability makes the trans

special arrangements to handle your claims _ GI ADYS Smith Realtor FHA Sewing Machine Repairs
Realtor ConditionersbyT fi action possible. Determining the safety of the title
4U I 0 ASS Is our only busland conventional loans. Low _ _
resulting from hurricane Dora in a prompt MULTIPLE LISTING ness. Immediate Installation rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 CAll.-SeWING MACHINE SERVICE requires the lawyer's specialized knowledge.See .
W. Univ. Ave. 372 5391
PHONE FR 2-1494 free pickup & delivery Add CO. 115 W. University
and efficient beauty (. value to car. Ave. 371-1355. We
manner. ASSOCIATESMARCELI.A your FHA. & Cony loans repair all
PARDI MAUI DIN'S AUIO GI ASS CO. FORDVCE & ASSOOAIES. INe.Makes.. Work fully guaranteed. a lawyer for legal advice and

W.H.BUCKHANNANNEW Best In equipment using Internally .-324_ N.W. 6th St.:.. FR 6-2551. REALTORS
Please Call 372-2511 Insulated ducts designed 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 TELEVISION services in all Real Estate Transactions

engineered ,and installedby Auto EquipmentHYDRAUI -
_ _ Lawyers' Title Fund
Large 2-story home In new restrk Plumbing PICTURE ruBE Repair Special SI I- Guaranty

; We will be available 24 ,hrs. per day._ rooms.ed residential 2 baths area.upstairs Has 4 living bed I ALL AIR AMERICAN CONDITIONING HEATING CO. 1C JACKS rebuilt & per Inch plus $10 to Install most r.ws T*.FlatU Icwjtri m-.akwioa gmarfmltftig tula la nJ estate
exchanged Repair
; kits tot tubes. 1 Year SpeiaIWalker
I dining, kitchen family room Warranty. -I-- )d.a Aa r. 0. fc :am oftLAKoa nosau.eta
Jack DeYot T. Clayton study. & powder room down PH. 376-8258 ed Walker Jacks. Factory euthotlaSEWER INSTALLED Reconditioned TVs from V 95. rJlJ.47JAaa c. _
Cuynn Hydiaulir jack NEW & used tixtwes complete THE VARIETY S10RE
stairs. Immediate occup n c MM NE 23rd Blvd.
I I y. Servke Agent. HUt t.S BRAKE plumbing serviceBIG" JIM / S.E. 1st Ave.
I Phone FR 2-W45, W. P. Rid I. 24 How Service SERVICE A SUPPLY 1314 S. HUGUI EY Gainesville Plumb4 Technicians with 14 years experience -

way. I Main FR 2-1497 tag. FR J-15W. on all makes.










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35 Houses for Sale 44 Cottage for Rent 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 54 Business RentalsFOR 61 Wanted to Buy i 64 Household Goods I 2 EXECUTIVE.

THEEEXfA7iL SANTA FE LAKE cottages. CCEJ7 1 ROOM. 2 story.3 BR In baths. LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store COINS WANTED 2-burner Kenmore eiectrich 01 1 HOMES
FIGURE 1 & 2 bedroom. 1.2 bedroom trail- 130.00 per mOo Garage. 5S5 NE building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $800 An U.S. and foreign silver plate. white enamel. new. $20
fuel tank. 100 shrubs brick patio er. 15 miles from city. Phone 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. per mo. Call Hershall Haynes.FR dollars. proof sets and 1955 1 -inch G.E. oscillating fan. $4- 4-BEDROOM-2-BA
fenced yard. near elemen- 6-2641 or B. F. MizelU FR FR 2-1137 after 6 p.m.
schOOls. Waldo bedroom, 2 bath house half dollars. Enclosed Swimming Pool
THE TIME IS NOW tary and junior high THREE 6-7551. .
screened porch. 3 BR. 1 bath. with Fla. room. built In range. REBEL STAMP 8. COIN SHOP FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 3 I Family Room
$500 down. If you qualify FHA. 45 Furnished Apts. N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone SMALL warehouse for rent. 809 W. University Ave. gaL with gas heater attached alsc Bum-in Kitchen
See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. 468-1177. Waldo. DAN BYRD CASH for your used appliances 150 gaL butane gas tank. Complete Laundry Room
FURNISHED apt.. clean and rea 3 BR 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd 3768268.SMALL furniture. clothing. etc. Call Williams with gauges. 2 crane shallow Wall-to-Wall Carpet
38 Real Estated Wanted sonable. Can be seen at 826 N.W. Ave. Phone 376-3401. business or office located Service Center, HawthorneRd. well pumps. Inquire Lewi;I Dressing RoomS
space 372-3937. Jewelry Co. Central Heat Air Cond.Both .
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr 1st Place.EFFICIENCY. THREE bedroom house with stove in 1600 block West University
LISTINGS WANTED APARTMbNfS. $50 and refrigerator furnished. Avail- Ave. For more Information INDIAN head pennies. Lincoln Homes located In beautiful -
Have buyers waiting for farms month. Phone 466-3448. able last of Sept. 1311 N.E.. 14th phone FR 6-3012. dollars. old style paper money. DISCOUNT high. dry wooded area with
House to Rent? and small acreage. bedroom apartment Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese- FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE and gold coins. W. A. Carlton. paved streets. city water and
CALL CLEAN from 1 Campus. couples on man Realty. FR 6-2472. space. call John Merrill, Realtor. Jr. Ph. 466-3365.
across PRICESWe
Angle Real EstateC. ly. Call 372-2830 for details. 2 BR house for lease. $125 per 372-1494. 64 Household Good sewer.FRED MASON,

L. Angle. Broker 1235 SW 1st Ave. Just available mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. 56 Business OpportunitiesMONEY undersell everybody. BUILDER
Contact at 90S NW 20th St.
REMEMBER rental COSTS O. J. Angle Associate Call owner
vacancy large 2 BR upstairs. garage. BUFFET hutchTtijiass. walnut HENDRIX FR 20341 FR 2412JEEt1
4404 NW 13th St. 376-6927 FR 2-7706 to see. $90 for two 3 BR. 1 bath CCB house. cent. finish. Price $50. Ph. 377-7974.
graduates. heat. stove walking distance Ltt- MAKER Neighborhood FURNITURE CO.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit FROM private party residential lot no tlewood. Westwood. (120 m c. grocery now grossing over S60.- GE 4-burner range perfect condition NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. .
In NW section not in subdivis: 000 per year should do better. $50. Gate-leg dining table -
Avail. end of Sept. 610 NW 35th
ion. 100 x 100' or larger. Must 46 Unfurnished Aprs. Ter. Phone 3761374. PRICE of $45,000 includes business blond finish. suit. for trailer. 1
have city water, please give location store building. inventory, FR 2-0982.
& price. Write box S83- 2 1 BR duplex. stove & refrig. turn. FOR RENT 3 BR. semi furnished PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heat- FREE
_A care of Gainesville Sun. 515 NW 13th Ter. Walking distance house. 1106 NW 43rd Ave. $65 ed residence plus another house WESTINGHOUSE sewing
machine. walnut attach-
to campus. If interestedcall mo. Phone 372-0235. for rental plus space for' to

Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU 40 Business Properties 376-6343. 2 BR house with stove. fenced backyard 7. trailers. TERMS Call AVAILABLE. ments. $45 desk platform 4 chair rocker$15. $10.child's FR.

screened porch. 2703 NW REDFRANKS REALESTATE 6-6650. I
47 Houses for Rent Furn. 2nd Ave. Lease at $95 372-
LARGE store. warehouse. Approx. moo 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817
EVERY DAY until it is rented: 9,000 sq. feet. 1030 E. Univ. 5668 after 5 P.M. SOFA plus new slip covers; Charm
Available after Nov. Write P. O. 2 BR turn house. 11 miles northon RESTAURANT $95. FR 6-3449.

.._Box 2383 Tampa. Fla. 441, air conditioned, space 49 Rooms For Rent New. seats 56. fully equipped. Will CLEAN. used refrigerators for sale.
heater. TV attractively decorat- lease by month or on percentage. -
Phone 372-5002.
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 41 Residential Income ed. very clean. Ph. 462-1702. PRIVATE room with private entrance Contact Holiday Motel Bron-

THREE bedroom 2 bath house on and private bath. Off _son. Fla. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- Silver Lake near Keystone. street parking. 372-6414. PART OR PULL TIME and Guaranteed
loining rental property. 200 ft. 376-2615. 2 separate bedrooms suitable for Now available in this area, routes 42 Refrigerators from $39 up

$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd stu couple or students at 1441 SE vending cigarettes. gum candy. 17 9 Ranges Washers from from $19$39 up Gainesvilleat
Ave. Will sell together or sepa 4 BR home. perfect for male 35th St. or call 372-7312. nuts and other fast selling products. UPI Comes to Northwest
rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR. 2- dents. Room for up to I boys. Route 1-1595 investment earns up Dryers from $49 up
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day 4752. Call John Baldwin FR 6-4201 or ROOM FOR MEN STUDENTS 115 to $150 or more monthly. 2 2 Food-Freezers Dishwashers from from SIt up
FR 6-4405. NW 10th St. Private entrance. Route 2-S1.785 investment earns $49 up
connecting bath. parking area. up
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day the heart of Gainesville. Now SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages. maid service and phone.NICE up to $C5O or more monthly JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
and 1 two Route 3-53.570 Investment. earns
has excellent income. Could eas- modern. I efficiency 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W.
ily be restored. Will consider bedroom. avail. Sept. 8. Phone rooms close in. Off street up to $900 or more monthly.
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day suburban property or acreage in GR 5-5375 Melrose.COMPLETELY parking. 531 SE 2nd PI. Phone Will fully instruct. For Interview. GAS range. 30" Kenmore with
_trade. 376-0949. off FR 22582. write including phone number to luxury features. like new. reduced
furnished home box 581 M c-o Gainesville Sun. to $88. Phone 376-2636. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day SE 35th St. on 17 acres. Quiet.
42 Forms & Acreage FR 2-6626. 50 Mobile Homes BEAUTIFUL house. easily converted I
to two attractive apart.,
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day anchettes, $.550O7 acres S.W. EXCEPTIONALLY, 2 bath lakefront good home.2 bedroom 35- 1BR I trailer no pets, nichTdiii3. ments. Near Univ.. P. I K. Yonge New Brick Homes A limited number of brick front fully ;
beautiful & restricted home sites. 3037 SW Archer Rd. 372-5633. __& Med Center. Phone 372-0328. by
min. to University. 372-7658 week- air conditioned colonials are now under con

$80 per mo . $2.66 per day 4.2 Acres. N. W. 39th Ave.. aprx. i days only. 54 Business Rentals 61 Wonted to Buy Builder struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA,
500 ft. on Hwy. NEAR University furnished house
$85 mo . $2.83 per day 2 BR. large living room. porches. 3 & 4 bedrooms iuilt-in kitchen FHA Conventional financing. For information ,
per 46 Acres Country Club area. Build- 411 NW 15th St. $75 per mo. LARGE Shop building. Long term WANTED Vi size violin In good equipment cen. heat VA no 376-7971.
er's opportunity. Phone FR 24647. lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th condition call 376-7438 after 5:00 I down payment. FHA from $700
$90 mo. . $3.00 per day Ave. FR 6-5568. P.M.COMPARE.
per 20 acres Farnsworth Rd. Paved. FOUR BR. 2V baths and yard. .-..................................-.................- ........_. __....._. _................................... ..{ doWn-no closing costs.
Four miles from town In nice ......lioImH..imrniIiiHifflirnuIiuillilIHBnPlmnmllfflhllHIKmnhlw -Hili 1ItItI111IIIIJIIIIIIIII'i =!
$95 per mo . $3.16 per day Mary Moeller, section. Call FR 22648. Capitol Builders Inc. HUGH EDWARDS Inc.

Realtor 2! BR house and also rooms for N.W. 37th Place & lIlt Street ,

$100 per mo . $3.33 per day 1919 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 rent. Nice FR 6-7577.quiet neighborhood.Phone i I! Call OPEN 372-4341 HOUSE or 374-7781.DAILY I Builder-Developer I

80 ACRES 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 5 i

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR South US 41 of. nicely Newberry rolling.and with West beau of i. THESE HOME VALUES !

tiful 2 BR. screened porch. I Ig. yard. for
large trees. Partly cleared.
suitable for pasture or farm- ; lease 9165. $110 monthly. Avail- I BEFORE YOU BUY ISAVE'
Ing. Several lovely home sites. able now. Weseman Realty, 815 More People Have Bought
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Only $120 per acre. Half cash NW 20th St. FR 6-2472. The following are now under |
and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP. N. W.
Two 3 Br, 1 bath homes
construction and will be I
REALTOR. NEWBERRY. Fla. rm. $120 mo. $125 for, occupancy soonl! ready { Edwards Inc. HomesIn
3 Br. 1 bath. N. E. Fla. rm. I Hugh
my Black Acre lot tllDJlllllllllflJJlllllJlllllUlllllUlWlllmnmm
for your small farm or 10 to mo.MARY MOELLER I
20 acres. close in. Suitable for Northcentral Florida
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole or nice FR home 23691.site. Call FR 2-1535 REALTOR ; IIIIIIIIiIIII1mmmmmnnmuumRID! 3310 N.W. 30th PI. Since

FR '"-71 g 3 BR. 2 bath. $600 dn. $87
HAvf HOME- 1019 W. University
FOR EVERYTHING.THE PEOPLE. THAT.EXCEPT a CCB. 3 large LARGE BR. 2 baths. Ig. living 43 Colored Property UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 S n The following Is ready for per month. I 1945 Because They Recognize

House with charm. beauty. cypress rm., dining area dbl. carport per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $60 occupancy.
panelling family room. Ig. utility rrru on large lot HOMES FOR SALE per mo. Call 376-7466. 4120 & 4121
parquet floors. Japanese s h u t- 100 x 122'. Ig. bar-be-que pit with 2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. i'
terse skylights. .near Univ. & roof. SE section. Phone 3721386. 7th Ave. Small down payment. 3 BR. 2 bath $SOO dn., $81 TRUE VALUE
4 BR, 2Vi baths $1,990 dn.,
P.K. Yonge. Designed by archi- monthly payments $57 to $65. OFFERED BY BUILDER -- per month.
$350 DOWN
tect. For Information call FR 2- Also homes built on your lot 3 Bedroom 2Vi bath home. $165 per mo.
with FHA terms. or conventional
0328. terms available. 2 Bedrooms. 1 with no down payment. Ph. Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th 4119 & 4127 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
CCB home with 2 baths Bath. screened to FR 2-4125.
room porch. ready Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom. 2 DIInnlUlUUlUlllnmlllllllnlUllUlUIUIWIUIUIID! N.W. 19th Dr.
4-car garage swimming pool on occupy. $11,500 includes stove New. Quality Hugh Eawards built g 3 BR 1 bath. $500 dn.. $74
2 acres of land with pine trees. and refrig. Call Dick Robinson home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd
3 blks. from school. 5 oiks. anytime As low as $43. per month with Court. T. D. Zetrouer. Phone I
from church. $12.500. Phone 4722158 RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor $2,000 down or will arrange termsto NorwoodBlmnluulwullmIwllbulnnllnwflllflflfl1 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Newberry.BY 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359 suit buyer. Located 643 NE FR 63848. -

OWNER. Property appraisedat 15th Street. =! OUR HOMES ARE -
Hugh Edwards. Inc. Hope
will sacrificefor
$26.000. owner
2100 sq.
$22.500. Large lot. F
ft.. all large roomS. 3 BR. 2 LOTS "H" Inc. JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF NO MONEY DOWN
baths. living room with panel- I am Interested In buying sever YOU WILL JUST CALL.
Ing & fireplace. family room. al lots at the right price. Call KINGSBERRY A
separate dining room. completely 372-4125 """'---J- e ; We Trade Homes Vil/opc V grccNf
equipped ultra-modern kitchen. 1123 S.E. 4th STREET

bookcases & many other fea INVESTMENT 43-1 COLORED RENTALS HOMESThe I or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 i ieiwllllllllDll f
tures. Can be seen at 4040 New- I bedrooms. 3 baths. over 4400 LOWEST FHA DOWN by Hugh Edwards Inc.
berry Blvd. FR 2-8931. sq. ft. of living area. All completely llJUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIWlmUUWUUlUUIDnlUllUlllllUUlIIIWlUUnWUU BIlUllUllnnlWll llll ij ,
furnished and ready to NOW RENTING Regency 3 BR, 376-7971

move in. Call Fordyce 376-1234. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 2-both entrance foyer PAYMENTS

FREDARNOLD LARGE apartments. large living and DR. LR. family roomS
dining modern kitchen with
3 BR Itt bath with study and fan large area storage closets. terraz- double carport. central Priced from $13,900-$17,250
Fla. room. Cent. heating. 1400 zo floors. tile baths space heater heat GE kitchen full
sq. ft. Only $500 down and $89.16 and hot water heater faclli 1736
mo. can put you in this one. Seler ties for washing machines and brick. on a large
Sodded Lawns
pays closing costs. Call For- paved streets. See at N.E. 26th N.W. 39th Ave. 19000. .

REALTORFLORIDA dyce 376-1236. COLONIAL Ter. or call for appointment 372- 10% down $122.00 per Swim Club A
5321 or 372-5322.
styled. walled patio. wall to waU month. Air Cond. Optional I IS
PARK Carpeting. 4 BR 2V* baths with 44 Cottages for RentI j
1650 sq. ft. Very large lot in NW Colonials .. w.na84Ut
2 bath _
bedroom. -
three ,
Spacious area. Good terms can be arranged -
home on approx. Vi acre wood- Call I BR lake cottage on Lake Winnot The Powell 3 ER. 1 Vz
ed lot In most desirable northwest on this $22,300 home. lake privileges. For Information to Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
section. Hardwood floors Fordyce 376-1236. ACREAGE see call 3720481. bath oak floors, carport,

central heat. three air condi- 120 acres of permanent pasture. central heat. 'ull brick on
tioning units. Separate din Inca fenced and cross fenced; water 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In a nice wooded lot. 1514
room. knotty pine Florida room. and partially wooded. Only $250 PI. 14000.
in living room. 27500. SHADOWLAWN N.W. 34th
fireplace per acre. LOTS ESTATESF. $500 down $36.49 per r- I 1 1I

SKYLINE HEIGHTS Trailer lots $20 down and $20 a D. OLIVER month. ,HOUSE HUNTING!
Plcturetxx appeal In three bedroom OFFERING !
home. centrally month.FORDYCE
two bath Individual Styles For You I
heated and air conditioned. Pan
elled Florida room. Ideal ki.chen & ASSOCIATES. INC. Well planned living areas I Your Dream ofI
with built-in range. oven. Multiple Listing Realtor Quality material & workmanship Built and offered by
dishwasher and disposal. $2X000 Grace Fordyce Borker I CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY
with good terms.COMFY Associates A community you would be THE JAMES CO. i a New Home '
Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden I proud to live In I
and COZY 0. C. Gay Dick Bank i Drive West on N.W. 39th
Three bedroom home nestled Frances Hough Sarah Goulden I Ave. past the Glen Spring in Phone 372-2527 office Can Come True I II FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The
among the trees on beautifully 926 W. Univ. 376-1234 tersection. See sign on left. Phone 372-6-141 home J
landscaped lot In Northeast sec FR 2-0866. I L 1
tlon. Extra large Florida room I brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.

with fireplace. dining area. plea- STEPHEN FOSTER
Terrazzo floors
shingled roof custom-built kitchen central
sant kitchen. Terrace with lots ,
of privacy. $1s.soo.CLEAN HEIGHTSLocated ) Gainesville's newest and most :!
p 7 !Wzi 2i'4 luxurious apartment bui'd'ng at natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all
and BRIGHT at N.W. 37th Place &
Freshly painted 3 bedroom 2 bath 6th St. New brick homes under L !LAKESHORE city services.
home with parquet floors. Avail- construction. Pick your own Court ManorAll
ab.e to qualified FHA Buyer for colors. etc. VA & FHA Terms. Highland THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
450.00 down and approximately TOWERS
$87.00 per month. Seller will lIy ; :i ::'

pay Buyer's loan costs. Inc. MODELS AT $14,500.
Capitol Builders
NOW :LEASING Highland Court Manor homes are
N.W. 37th Place 6th StreetCaU
ARNOLDREALTY J7J-OJ41 .r 376-77M built to VA and FHA standards, provid- THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT

COMPANY ing you the opportunity for long-term. MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
-- -
Multiple Listing Member low-rate financing. Payments start at only

1219 W. Univ.Associates Ave. : 372-3522 TOP EXECUTIVE & $79.34 per month including insuranceand THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA

Jim Sheppard J_ Caldwell PROFESSIONAL CLASS taxes. Why not see our many models
Jimmy Greene Bob I -
W. Hodge Walter Stoddard : BUILT HOME OF today? There's one within your reach!

GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle FHA and VA Walk to elementary
M1SUBURBAN pace setter
living room and| Junior high
/ 14 New Models
foot Florida ,
Forty room
HEIGHTS Luxurious master suite with From $400 down

Gainesville's Newest walk-In closets-dressing $13,400 to $18,200 Better living andFrom
Prestige Address room built-in vanity wall
$79 month resale value.
Built for Those Who Desire and shoe closetS per
Only the Best.N. Fabulous kitchen. breakfast. I .. ....

Built. W.by 4JTd Four& ef N.W.Gainesville's hUt PL utility areaS room and workshop / Nothing Down VA Drive west on N.W. 16th ,Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn

Leading Builders Twenty-six: foot closet wallS LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
and follow Fernwood Manor.
left signs to
FRED MASONA. Guest suite with sunken tubS I
Pool Recreation Room Costs)
W. FLETCHER Paneled library with fire Swimming ($100 Closing
MACOMA HOMESW. placeS I Acre of Picnic Grounds S Central HeatS Paint the Down Payment If You So DesireE
P. RIDGWAY Two landscaped patios 1 Central Air Cond. S Laundry Facilities
acre lot In most select S Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

neighborhoodS Paved Parking Areas S Lighted Sidewalks / From $79.34 Per Mo. PALM VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
Scads of sky light so houseIs 3 Elevators
ADMIRE csheerful even In gloomy
weather ( Including Insurance Taxes) PRICEDFROM$16,000UP
This house Is Ideal for I PHONE 376-4456
WIMBERLY ESTATES lavish or casual entertaining ,

Never have you seen so I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Night 6-9048
Lloyd Myriclu Bldr. much cabinet and drawer I Daily 2-9545
space under one roof. I (24 Hour Service KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales
Offering more qualityfor Three-car garage. Total I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TL! 5 DAILY

less meneyW square roof footage 6.000 under 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & lih Terr. BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS

36ttt Tar. .H M.W. 39tfc Happy to show by appointmentonly.

Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 er Butler Bros. BUILDERS Phone 372-3471

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'-. .
ft electrIC range excellent condi HENDERSO MILL I STORE US '60 B NNEVIL E, loaded, excellent MORE AUTOMOBILESON
tion. Mi..Pair of water skis $10. Hwy. 1f. Crystal, River Fla. condition, $1650. r
Call after 5:30 P.M. 3744477. Tons of Towels Miles of Fabrics Phone 376-8687. -' rr .
1t62 KENMORE excellent Hundreds of Rugs. Headquarters .
range. for Beach Towels. '55 CHEVROLET,
standard transmission
_condition.s P.M.BLOND ._$100. Call 3723451 after FOR SALE new beautiful full tion. Call. 6 cylinder.372-6638. Perfect 181$ NW condi 7th BACK PAGE ( ; FORDTOWN IS :

bedroom suite buffets. length wedding dress and several PL _
china cabinets coffee tables party dresses size 5. with match-
l card table) and matching fold Ing shoes, size L Will sacrifice. '55 CHEVROLET, m. Rough but
ing Chairs refrigerator lamps. Prone 37S-24& dependable. R&H. Call 376- \%\ HAVING ITS
Nearty-Nu Furniture 5552 after 5 weekdays anytime
__Fit 6.1lnEXCEPTIONAL 67 Trading Posts Sat. & Sun. 1

I VALUE. Must sell 964 CORVAIR Spider convertible.
almost full WILL trade good U fool fiber- Daytona blue
new size electric radio heater 4
range. Perfect condition. $60. Call glass boat for your car. even speed transmission wire wheel
372- 011 er see at 3835 NW 13th trade or boot If warranted. FR covers. bucket seats 4.000 miles.
PL J-1181 Take over payments. Phone 376- 1964
i I 433 or 3729776. hi
METAL bunk beds; TV antenna; .73 Musical Merchandise
Kenmore wash Ing 'machine; '62 GALAXIE XL 500. 406 motor, PUBLIC'NOTICE
chest air conditioner pine finIShed PRACTICE PIANOS new ww tires 4 on floor like
chest disk It bookcase Upright pianos '?5 and up new. $2100. Phone 372-8518.
headboard. 3074 NE 10th St.
Used spinet pianos S495 and up 964 VW Deluxe Micro bus split
Used organs, S795 and up. seat red & white 50 HP, excellent
66 Misc .For Sale GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY condition private party. $2-
Gainesville Shopping CenterFR 395. Call FR 2-4281 weekends and
REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zig 25353. weekdays after 6 PM. j ji.
Zag and attachments. Round bobin. -
sews forward and reverse over WILL transfer to responsible party 61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with ISELL-OUT1 I
pins and needles. U per mo. balance choice of four spinet or console air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL54 '64 VOLKSWAGEN
134. Mikell's Sewing Machine Plymouth perfect cond
Service. 115 W. Unlv Ave. 371355. $- litter. 4X000 sworn to miles $395. Phone Deluxe Microbus. sunroof with
._ save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with FR 64405. top windows, radio heater and

HURRICANES .. FALLOUT cause sound & motion pick up payments 957 Cross country Rambler station other accessories. Only 3.000 .
we have a piano to fit wagon. excellent condition. $500. miles like new 50 BHP.
no worry when you have an underground any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.,
Call FR
all steel watertight 702 W. Unlv. Ave. 376-0031. $2695
shelter. Have 2 units left. Nor
mal list $1400 Closeout bar. SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at '
ea. 63 OLDS Jettire. fac. air turbo 63 PONTIAC Due
gain S550 ea., both for $1000. er "' 95. Rebuit small Grand Piano charged 4 speed. loaded. John <
wrap tort FR 4-1377 anytime. S450. Also another truck load of Pierson, FR 2-8743 or see at 1122 Tempest, LeMans air conditioned \\i. SAL
those tine factory rebuilt pianos NW 4th Ave. white with red top 4 oWeekend
CHALLENGER COMBO. SKIS. fully guaranteed arrived today. speed. transmission. LABOR DAY :
brand new. Reasonable. Call FR We invite you to visit ts for all 1963 PLYMOUTH station wagon 4 $1895
M946._ your musical needsLILLIAN'S dr. V-8 A.T. radio. heater power :
steering like new. A bargainat .
$1950. Call 372-9607 before 5:30
top 11X20" boards SI. 112 SE 1st Street
P.M. or 372.3251 after 5:30 P.M. andHURRICANE 1 -
Make table cutting board, veg. .. red clean.
t b Shop. Sacrifice. $1025.316.2511.FORD .
Back to school special sale on pi! :I: .'. .
141 HOTPOINT elec. range. Real anos. Exclusive dealer for See- '56. AT RiH. hew tires, '62 VOLKSWAGEN DORA : .
clean 30" oven with built In re- burg organs. new sat covers, gxxi transportation :
1. tisserle. Push batten c o ntrol. GAINESVILLE MUSIC CENTER priced right. Phone FR 2- Pearl white, radio WSW extra I :5'y
Best offer. Phone 374-1201._ 372-5421 1021 W. Univ. Ave. 3JS7. nice. .
We Are
I. FOR SALE Maple bunk bed's $30. VIOLIN. full size good condition, CLEAN Cadillac for sale by own. $1295 Running :: :
Phone FR 2-3547._ S45 Phone 372.3117. er. Call 376-3971 any time. Rea- .- Executive Cars!
PORTABLE case 139.50;TYPEWRITER ours English racer and Automotive T3?sonable.Ford Country Sedan ? .," sen- Beryl 61 green VOLKSWAGEN radio. Behind In Sales Of .1 wt :

(25; Master's cap and gown $20; ger Cream Puff. AT R & H. a .;.
Sleeping bag $3JO. 3431 E. Unlv. steil at any price. Hhoie FR 2- $995

PLAYPEN port-a-crlb. high chair, 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 3358. '60 VOLKSWAGENMango Our '64 Models! Buy From The Leader //
buggy. and other baby fur n; GOING OVERSEAS sell 64 VW. .
Chairs night stand. book case GREAT DAN TRAilERS. INC. Radio trai'er hitch luggage rack green dean.
floor lamp rugs Iron camera. Factory Branch Best ctter ever $1,550. Fl* 289J.; '
etc. All In good condition. Priced 3160 West Beaver Street $1095 We Must Make Room l SHAW & KEETER :
Vi to 1-3 new price. Call FR Jacksonville Fla. VOLKSWAGEN 1963 Have two. .
4-7715. Phone 387-3541 need one. One has air condoS1500 '59 VOLKSWAGEN -
We have a large selection of ex each, will sell either. FR black. .
NEW furniture purchased. Will sell ceptionally clean used trail ers- 27255. Sunroof radio For The '65'sNow -
old Sunday School turn and Flats, Vans Reefers. Deep $895 -
benches cheap. Phone 372-8329. Freeze and Tanks, completely reconditioned 1962 FAIRLANE Sports Coupe. BS. .
AT. R&H. 5.000 miles since .
TRAILER for rent $40 per mo. 64 VOLKSWAGEN
overhauled. Asking $200 equity.
I Roll a way bed $5. all steel 83 Motorcycles & Scooters $1300 total price. FR 6-5472 or Pickup like new radio. Is The Time To .
boat for eke $350.P'r3 -
pontoon come by 1810 NW 6th St. $1750

.T1-x835. m ALLSTATE scooter 5 mos. '60 VALIANT. 4 dr.. $450. stick ..
BICYCLE 24-Inch J, C. Higgins 01<1. Must sacrifice. S34 new. Now shift heater radio mech. per- 'VOLKSWAGEN Make That Deal- -
(boys). well kept. Phone FR 2- SMS Call 37M407 fect.. Owner going overseas. See .
extra clean.
, 1317._ at 816 NE 10th PI. Call FR 6-6946. -
HOTPOINT refrigerator with freezer 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS $1395 -
Our Loss Your GainWe're
across top. Good condition 87 Automobiles Wanter -
S75. Call 3722152. AIR CONDITIONING. Tuna up .
Special. S2SO for performancetest. .
G. E. automatic washer In excel All makes and models CARS WANTED. i950-54 Fords ,
lent condition. Cill FR 2773. of Chrysler built cars. Hawes- & Chevrolets AI Herndon Service Open For
2 MOS. OLD gas stove with grill Powers Motor Co.. Air Condi Station 916 SE 4th St. Miller- r Goloxie sod XL 4-dr. :
$125. Convertible sofa hlde-a bed tioning Servicing Center. 204 N. S2245 ;
hardtop. RGH Cruises _
like new $45. Phone 372-4X8. Main st. Phone FR 2561.. Value Rated Brown Business & 63 FORD matic PSt AC, white. :

NEW Men's English byke-racer-5 SPECIAL auto painting, $29.95Auto ,
speeds fenders lights and car repair 8. tuneup. Used Cars .
rier.. $45. Can be seen at 908 Miller & Sons .
To Deal !
732 NW 1st St. 3777915 Ready
SW 7th Ave. B&G MOTOR CO. 1030E. ,
GE push button elec. range. Has 85 Automobiles for Sale Univ. Ave. Full :
Loudau Hardtop,
timer and deep well. Paid $269. Cadillac Oldsmobile FR 2-3582 .
Excellent condition.ton air Will condo take not$99.a TR" hardtop. To be sold by Euro- 2C01 NW 13th St. See our ad back page this section .63 BIRD power and air condo Extra S3395i
old. sold for pean whose family Increased re clean.
Just like new.
year cently. Car was bought In Australia
$799. Will take $115. See at MS many extras. $1700 con-
call FR 25047.Q UNIVERSITY
N.E. 11th Ave. or tact FR 60415. .
'1' S for sale. Live or dressed. 1960 Plymouth Savoy. 0 cylinder I
F 'e 491-2474. tour door standard transmission t A 4 A P :
_R AUTOMATICT with heater best offer over SAIECOMETSMERCURYS V Galaxie 4dr. V-8: R&H.

rev-n" r--"e'wgany Zig zag desk.In Sacrifice.beautiful l $800.9th Ave.Call 3721444. 1106 N. E. ;62 FORD blue.standard trans., dork 1 1 jjFJ ..:,

V r ice over $300. balance 1962 VW privately owned excel -
$1' .c payments of IU4 perIrO lent condition loaded with ex-
: chine does all fancy tras. Call 3725151 after 5 PM.
i oubia needle designs ,
60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent
eon holes. ilg MO stlehln! cond.. one owner, many extras.
's Sewing Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. Goloxie r.V-8R&H.
$1S W. Unlv. Ave. FR $1-395
e.u'sAI OrUKU Cruseomatic AC, yellow
1955 Plymouih, automatic trans and white.
""'MNUM awnings. It X
mission. $175. Call FR 2-?7J2. USED CARS %
s. Edgar L. Wight. Jr.
& heater,
11... 62 CORVAIR. 4 dr.
ww, auto trans., real beauty. FR

Complete line and of Used photo$40 supp,,. 60 FALCON 2 dr., stand. trans., CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY V Golaxie 4-dr. V-8, RGH,
FUll ER'S FOTO INC. r & h, ww tires. 3723358. ABOVE OUR COST 62 FORD $1495
Ave. FR 20713TPADE I CONV. good toP. gooCtires FR 6-2425
41* W. Univ. operate "5S FORD, good looking. Fully equipped 506 E. University COM PS, blue & white.

EIECIRIC vour water costly heater to and priced at $395. 316 NE 1st St. 516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251

MS for a new Olassllned' GAS 957 PORSCHE COUPE completely "
heater. Much more hot rebuilt excellent condition to
wafer at about half the cost with throughout. See at 2115 NW 7th 5'0FINANCING

ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. 9S5 FORD station wagon. V-S. auto Inc. 62 PLYM V-8, $1145
sieck $ B & G MOTOR CO.
' TV double antennas.stack.$3$13.00 single COft\CIletl "/. trans.and all. $150.day week Call after ends 372-7 PJ U1.*. K: 1

Jim Vovles. 41* NW 8th Ave.

Chairs low as S8. No money

down Free, estimates low as, $5 pickup per and month.delivery TROPICALPONTIAC VALUE RATED USED CARS VoS' -

service. All work guaranteed sta. wagon,
Phone 374-7784. 62 CHEV.BelAir: ; $1495

HERMES Portable typewrtler $w; 302 N.W. 8th Ave. '63 CADILLAC Sedan Deville, air Available on all New & Executive AC.
$80. $4595
. dishwasher
Lady Cartop Kenmore carrier sii dinette .. 4 FR 2-2583 conditioned, a truly fine car Driven 1964 Ramblers.

chairs $15. FR 6-7'". '.

*WE&E buY &S3f used High '61 CADILLAC Sedan Deville. air conditioned ii ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN '

trade-Ins now given. '*! BUICK LeSabre. 4 door a very fine buy, prestige, comfort, 61 VOLKS.Conv., R&H, yellow with; S895

111 WILSON'S S.E. lit Street EXCHANGE Phone PR 6-6479. sedan power steering automatic power transmission.brakes. quality and safety of a $2795 I RAMBLERSLEFT :top. -

radio. heater, air conditioned. big car . . . . .
lawnmowers 1'"
chain saws
NEW ana used light low miles. ......."........JMM WITH AIR CONDITIONING
edgers. tampers
plants, cable. Wisconsin and used Briggs moservice. MELTON MOTORS '62 OLDS "98" sedan, air condi-
.. new
tors.Stratton.Rental sales and 703 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-7571 tioned loaded luxury model. $2395 '63 Rambler f60 '
Meyers Power Tools. 130 NE Ford Galaxie4dr.l i ., Y-8,
Phone 3763411.PIANO 61 FORD S995
16th '
1100. sofal rock '60 OLDS "98" holiday sedan, air 4 door 770", bucket Station wagon, automatic COM R&H, PS, AC.
Min radio
$35. Desk $7. bab $1495 seats, heater twin transmission, radio heat-
tr clothes S. turn. Stroller $10. bath t 'POOLECABLEMOTORS conditioned, very smooth. floor shift. er, clean.
nette sa. car bed S3. FR 6.t111.REPOSSESSED

'59 OLDS "88" hardtop coupe. $QQC $1795 ,$895No r

\I Style new. plique.-nothing Mate monogram ta-buy Singer fancy to ZigL stitch-I k eZag DODGE-DART TRUCKS power steering. . . . / / '63 FOrd Money Down Ul Ml FORD 4-dr.. V-8,.R&H, COM. S895

button holes. darns ""S& 1st Ave. 372-4343 Galaxie "500" 'Art
as.ate Assume payments of W JE 59 BUICK hardtop coupe,. $995 .2 door. Dodge
Mlkllt'sSIno hardtop automatic trans-
per me.Machine Small balance.Service. 815 W.' air conditioned. .tt. . . mission radio heat e r. Stollon.ogon., automaticpower '

Univ. FR t-1355. CORRECT transmission radio heat-
FOR THE steering, power ,
GENERAL ELECTRIC 10 cut n. ro1onableoofferYPholla .. '63 CHEVY II Nova sedan, brakes a i r conditioned er, nice. Xl 500. .
$SO or sea TIME $1795
372-510*. in factory warranty . . white with red interior. $895 60 FORD rr1 795

CHRISTMAS NEARI FR 2-1411 new tires. RGH AC, .
your tip IIOW. '60 CHEVROLET Impala Hardtop $ No Money Down
Startry da., .s. Courtesy Of $2495

Closed T hurl.2115E CERAMICS. Night cta"es.ElLA'S University Chevrolet sedan, V-8, power steering. I jLt* /57 S'baker '

IIft'It_...n. _FR 4-5540 N. Main St. at 16tkAv.. 63 Chevy r
'61 FORD Galaxie sedan air 4 door. 4odr:
L car con-
play pen
O NEcarrlaee. seats S3 cap $1395 2 door 6 cyl.I automatic MCHEV VSK$795
bed 15 ea. 2 Infant ditioned exceptionally nice. .
Call 372.625$36 NW 11th AVI. transmission, radio heater.Rambler. $225 I end .

dinlng-desk use. contour BARKLEYMOTORS
CHAIRS.hapot. walnut finish S4.50 ea. Alto '60 FORD 2 door sedan,. $rnC $1895 I

.2 elec. sxk-typt tans. sa.a. standard shift.- DVD '62 57 Chevy
chest Type home Ireeeondmon. 2 door. 2-dr. fuller
SMALL IItce"l"t MO. Phone "IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S '62 CROWN IMPERIAL hardtop 4 door, bucket seats, automatic 59 MERC. hardtop,
NAME" $2995 $5 9 5
S7'-0173. THE sedan, air conditioned luxury. transmission, radio and AC. S645i
BARBIE type doll clothes man 2201 N. Main St. neater, air conditioned.
.rlQinil stykil Priced i low FR 2-4373 '

than ter styles. 37TA5H.also _- .. '64 PONTIAC Catalina hardtop 5OOQCsedan $1595 55 Metro -.

set. piece S2SO or sedan, air conditioned.. . 2 door
BEDROOM chest SS b\'r.a" pO. bed $15. GAINESVILLEAUTO 62 Chevy r Dl YM 4-dr. 6 cyt, Ma $101
vanity SIS. chair SIS. vanity. $250 58 [ :
.. '
bench 17. night table c15. fn l SALES 62 VOLVO 122S sedan bucket $1 CQC Impala 2 door hardtop ;
toV bed SIS. | ll standard trans. | jj J2dr.
2 I D7D out omatic
air conditioned. ,
lamp $10. wina dI"r *3 1007 N. Main St. seats, . .
floor rage' '
X 12 ore* rug SM. X II Phone FR 2-6313 radio, heater. 15,000 56 Chevy .
I3G. with ads hall runner treMAPLE actual miles. .
i and white sisal 32 feet for ilL Northcentral Florida'sLorpest A GOOD SELECTION OF NEW 1964.CARS 2 door. '
and other Items. Phone

S72-41SL Oraperles Independent Dealer ATEND OF MODEL SAVINGSSTATION $1695 $495 ,ta. wagon, 6 cyU ,
56 (HEY

like. clean MW-twin innerspring"beds, youth bed mattress martresMahotany *a mset. L '60 Rambler stondord trans. S195 .

box IprlngS. Phone 31..0223- WAGONS Station wagon 4 door 58 PlViTI. .

SPECIAL cross country, radio / ,
1964 .
4 door. .
high T.V. mast. All charge heater.
T.V. antennas. SO- antenna wir '

75 Stand* guy oft'l wire-- everything brack you* '63 BUICK air conditioned. : 3195 $995 $595 F61 CORY ::: "* floor shift

AIM aced'Only channel master$18.95 Eton Klt- FORD *1095 '60 Corvair '53 Olds S845r

112-WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER '60 CHEVROLET, standard shift. 2 door heater 2 door hardtop.

FOR Hawthorne SALE Rd.one J. C. Hlt2S 372.3xub .teAt. CLEARANCE t," -- *1095 .$795 $265 BEFORE YOU BUY ANY CAR ANYWHERE :
.ash. '
sleeps 6 4 cot.HlrperKlystlllt all tor $15 '61 RAMBLER 6 cyl. ; . . 60 Chevyft
CaD Cecil He .
Hts.Saturdays.Ph. 47>4Jl> seer i f>*. fno -9 $ 9 passenger station agon. For CHECK. WITH :

FOR ALt "rey trttft closet.a.,.doOrao,,"" SALE '59 PLYMOUTH, V-8. . . 695 aut adio,omatic heater.transmission 4 door .e
chain t slWini
r X ** r* wttH Ute Hardwers.Phan $395

37083*. : f'- ", ... .$ $1195 ,

have DUE a TO like HURRICANEWe sew, McOaeaMd. 1 FALCON . .2.._.'" ..:, .. S1O95 Shaw &. Keeter's"FORDTOWN"

A4 Model Zifl Zag Sewing Ma- SHAW
MIl s. t1+MMthita. 57 CHEVROLET
.utelNtlC fancy Ptutpsi 4 door, hardtop,
.rams. 795
tems. blind gems sews, aii mtnos.- '60 FORD, standard: shift.:_ ?. automatic
%IppsTake I transnUJCREAM PUFF
ever only s & -
paymenle of $0.30. Can sign _
rwnan *
Credit Sewing Manager Canter."BUECTRIC '61 PLYMOUTH,.9 Pass;t:. . 1295 -

typewrtter W- vncser- KEETER

wood condition.offlct PtIont typtwrtttf 3754ThBm S5S.after Good S ': No Hutic.R..r Hoed. DaaufW:Cars ,For Sal at RIDGWAYMOTOR


I I COMPLETE testing equipment and 238 W. University B&G MOTOR CO. OPEN TIL 9 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

p. I. f"r radio shoo. Hicks I "'"
i *
1 R4 -nd Appliances. 2 .
Phone FR 6.5371 2001 _N.W. 13th St. 4,FIi:6-7515; 1132 S. MAIN I ST. 2-8433 238. W.! University ve.- FR '-537.1r _
G excellent ,,
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C-eondqW:I 1t r:.'J FOR- 07NHS.>.' .Reasonable- j I r ..;.. A :!-_ _'. !>

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r Trade in
S 111 save you money.

THE ,that old gas eater of yours for \

one of these like new reconditioned 1

can. All cars carry

'NUMBERCLEAN UP the famous G-W warranty.".






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Prices have been slashed to the bone because we must make

; ... room for the '65 models on the way! Highest allowancesof

the year. Your present car will never be worth more. All '64 CALL FOR A FREEDEMONSTRATION

Chevys ready for delivery.
FR 6.3400

lip IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONY. Super Sport, automatic transmission, radio ... 4 door, hardtop loaded.
ON i pad. dash, power steering e & e
CORVAIRS beautiful
CHEVROLETSt34Model: : Patomar Red. ,-heater, car. $2095

Tint ,..d.eI'sII,' power steering radio.Palomar .
#1042-Model lids BISCAYNE 4-DOOR 4, power .SS'
::T.2f-Model RUN Greenbrier C per iPPed, R
power-glide B19 engine radio, b1u glide. Dark Green. #153-Model 1447 IMPALA SUPER-SPORT CONY. '
# 094-Model 1511 BEL-AIR 1 DOOR 4, power 60 RAMBLER
THENUMBER #1045-Model 927 MONZA COU 1 en glide. Aqua A White. VI. Tint glass air cond. power steering & brakes 63 CHEVROLET
c & e group white. power glide radio e A e group. Black.
#913 Model 1511 BEL-AIR 2 DOOR t, power glide. 2 do<>r, radio heater.
#171-Model 567 MONZA C #7t-Model 1447 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONY. 4 door, hardtop, Impala, automatic
i. White.
110 HP. radio, tinted w s d, c qua Tint w-shieJd. pad. dasn%, power steering & brakes, !transmission radio heater, power steering 695
el Ull BEL-AIR 2 DOOR VI. Power
J?979-Model 947 MON 0 ER I radio. White. sharp.
ii ad. dash. Silver A Maroon.
lie H P. c & e grouj ti field #744-Model 1147 IMPALA CONV. VI. Tint w.
green. del 1449 BEL-AIR 4 DOOR VI Power shield, power glide radio c A t group. Red.WModel .
nd, radio pad. dash, tint, glass power $2195
#110-Model 561 N IBLE # 1167 IMPALA CONV. VI, pad: dash. '
glide,'no H.P., rid e i t wa ,n9. power glide radio. White. 60 CHEVROLET
pad. dash red.
XS5-Medel 1747 -IMPALA CONY. t standard
#1017-Model 947 MON CONY er g air d. power glide power steering trans. Red. '63 VALIANT 4 door sedan standard transmission, 6
& White.
glide, 110 H.P., radio, c i group f w I d. pad. Aqua cyl., heater.
pad. dash. Black # od B IR WAGON VI tint-glass, 2 door, V-200 automatic transmission,
+ s n brakes, radio pad-dash.
f 1041-Model 97 MONZA CON TIBL L TRUCKS local $845
ONE W d heater car
glide 110 H.P.. radio, c A e grow int. w i
pad. dash. Aqua. P E 4, power glide!
h $1495
el 1 I PE VI, power #T -Model C1JOS, CHEVY VAN, H' ton, {. .
radio c & t group int. shield pad. dash. ack:
d air in glass, radio* Heater & < ply tires, side doors. Turquoise. '60 CHRYSLER
:go +l t T54t-Modei C1205 CHEVY VAN, Vi ton <. Blue. I '
# ) PER SPO or #T748-Mode C1105 CHEVY VAN V4 tan {. Heater, I 63 CORY AIR '"300" convertible, loaded.
CAR Iide, sb I ply tires Green.
CHEVY ll's "700" 4 door, 4 speed radio heater.
04-M f MP Pvt #7750-Model C1705 CHEVY VAN 4. W. Coast $1695
field. S adds S
gli power mirrors. Blue. : S
#105* ode 4DOSpad. Yt, er +ST749-Model C140S CHEVROLET Vi TON PANEL
glide, r ste .'|Ish, ond. ivy duty. Turquoise.
#'M Model 44) NOVA 4DOORVI. power. glide, Fawn. -Model 1404 Vt TON PICK UP. Heater, Dec -
& e. Aqua & White. glide.1 US White.Mode tq I OR >
:1012-Model 469 NOVA 4-DOOR-i. & t group. gIlt Model tt39 PA 4 D HD I C14M % TON PICKUP Heavy duty Falrtan. "500" V-8. automatic Irons-
White. power glide, power ring. P lu sport'coupe, radio heater, standard mission. radio. heater.
54-Model 13 IM / aP / el Vi TON PICKUP. Green. transmission.
4 power glide. Beige.S94 Ti ode C H TON PICKUP. Beige. $695
Model ISM IMPALA DOG / $1645
power glide, lint w-shield r FA
U5-Model 1$35 IMPALA 4-DOoXHd-tep| tint
# 7 0 N G BODY. Heater,
glass, pad. dash, air cond, POM glide e '
steering, radio. White e e 62 COR V AIR 60 FORD
M-Model lilt IMPALA 4-DOOR N P 1 S01 G BODY.JTurrBODY -
#1042-Model 5411 300 2-DOOR-VI. Power glide. #Tint, glass, power steering, power gbd pad, 5' Monza 2 door, radio, heater 4 speed. Q 2 door standard transmission! radio,
Fawn. dash. White. el S ON FLEET- .
E lu $1295 heater. 6 cyl.Fury
#104*-Model 5137 MALIBU SUPER SPORT # 44-Model 1U IMPALA 4-DOOR HD-TOP
COUPE VI. Power glide power steering, tint. glass. Tint glass, pad. dash, radio, air cond, powe #T 1S T G BODY FLEET- $525
White. steering & brakes. White. SID iIs Oise.
c t e group radio air cond. Aqua glide power
:117-Model 5M7 MALIBU SUPER SPORT CON1006Made 113* 4 DOOR HD-TOP VI, tint glass, T96 Y LONG BODY FLEET- '62FAIRLANE
VERTIBLE. V8 power glide, radio c & e group power steering 4 brakes, radio, c e group. S Da
lint. w-shield, pad. dash. Saddle. Be go t Saddle. #TI ed 1531_ ON LONG BODY FLEET- "500", 4 door sedan automatic! transmission '59 CHEVROLET
#111-Model 5315 300 WAGON 4, power glide c & 1017-Model 113 DOOR HD-TOP VI. power glide. SIDE. TfJkX Green._ radio heater. V-8.
t group, tint-w-shield. White. White.tf #T1072 _I C_ \-1 TON LONG BODY FLEET-
2 door standard transmission, 6 cyl.
:774-Model 5415 300 WAGON. VI, power glide, 1101-Model 113 4-DOOR HD-TOP VI, tint glass, SIDE. Big Riel.c $1395
e group, tint shield, pad. dash. Beige & pad dash, power steering & brakes power glide. #T1071-Mode 1534 14 TON LONG BODY FLEET. real sharp.
Saddle. Beige. SIDE t ply tires. Turquoise.
*1U7-Model 113* 4-DOOR fID-TOP VI, tint glass, #Tl079-Model C1SJ4 y TON LONG BODY FLEET- $795
pad dash, power steering & brikis. White. SIDE. 4 ply tires. Dark Green. '62 RAMBLER

4 door radio, heater.
$1195 '59 PLYMOUTH

4 door, automatic transmission,.tot -
t dio. heater.

I '62 Volkswagen $595

USEDCARS ((2)$1225). 1 sunroof clean.


.'62 VALIANT 4 door, station wagon automatic tronsmiriion -
THE FINEST radio, heater, power steering,
V-IOe.2 door, heater real clean. V-8..

SELECTION i I i! $1095 $495

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4 door, crown, power steering power 2 door. har.dtop, V-8. standard '-"
brakes, radio heater, air conditioned mission.

S $2495 'odo$375



'60 BUICK '59 FORD '63 OLDSMOBILE '58 ENGLISH ,FORDS Lancer. 4 door automatic transmission /57 BUICK

atioo V'agoo. v-So aut 0 2 door cust. V-So stc1. 'shift. Convertible. V-So auto trans.! Good second car.trans. radio heater Roadmaster 2 door hardtop, full

.6, ", $ 74;&H. P.S.. RGH $7 4 7 ; "ki.; ., air conditionP $247- $995 $445 power.'


4 door sedan. Std. shift 6 cyl., 4 door station wagon, automatic trans-
( 2 door sedan. Heater' block heater, .and like new- Deluxe bus. New paint and 2 door, auto trans" I like new.finish mission radio heater, power steering, 4 door, station wagon radio he****..
and extra clean- extra storp. V-8, real. sharp.
$1047 $1247 $1347 $347 $1395 $295


Galoxie. 4 door sedan V-So Wagon.V-So auto trans., Rl7H. Galaxie V-So 4 door sedan. Convertible. 61 FALCON .4 door, standard transmission, 6 cyl.,
auto. trans.. RGH. P.S. Real $447 RGH, P.S., air coed. red and 2 door clean. radio, heater.
sharp. white and runs and looks new. $147

FROM $2147 '63 PONTIAC $1047 $795 ; : $175

'63 COMET Catolina 4 door hordtop. V-S. '57 CHEVROLET '60 CHRYSLER '55 CHRYSLERNew
auto trons.. R&H, P.S., P.B., 163 CORV AIR
4 door Seuon..J Radio and L Ilea t- air R&H.Pock. up. Yorker, 4 door., hardtop, power 2 .doo'r. automatic transmission, radio
THE e'. std. mw. Cond$2847Cmvert'i'1747ns. $247NUMBER steering, power brakes radio heater, heater runt good.
$1647'ke air conditioned. $245

$1495 .5

Cassie 4 Door Sed. SS-6 RGH: 4. peed trons.. R&H, air con- .Stondord trins nice 2nd cor. I
Like new dltloned coupe. Good sound car. Y4 too pick up. 60 nnnre Commuter, station wagon, 4 door, auto.

$1647 ,1947 $1047 $247 4 door, automatic transmission; radio, Matic transmission radio, heater power
heater, power steering real sharp. steering air conditioning ant owner.

$895 $1945See



Volume Dealer MOTOR




312 N.' MAIN ST. FR 6-3400

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