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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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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.
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Was he part of a conspiracy? /

! tL. itL Nation Waits i

rft. Tragic Facts 'I

!j: f WASHINGTON (AP-) The committed this act -for whichhe

nation awaited Saturday the now is under death sentence
imminent disclosure of official because it was carried out in
conclusions on the how and whyof full view of dozens of 'police
the assassination of President officials and untold hundreds of
Ih John F. Kennedy.A thousands of television watchers. -
h : seven-man commission, But, again, the question of Can Chase
headed by Chief :Justice Earl whether Ruby acted alone is one
Warren, was charged by Presi for which the commission is
f dent Johnson last Nov. 29 with expected to have an answer. AttackersInto
.i finding and disclosing "the truth With the submission of its :
t .I JACK RUBY as far as it can be discov- report,. the special commission
What was the motive? '
ered" about the tragic events of goes out of existence. Any further China
last Nov. 22-24 in Dallas. investigations will be in the ) J. Ed
1 Curbs:; On Thursday, the commission hands of permanent agencies. WASHINGTON (AP) sum- !
J: Fog delivered to the President the nei-
: The'commission is a bipartisan dent Johnson reportedly were
digest of its findings a 4-inch- one, although by formal decided that if : : work of
Forest Fire thick book. Later, the White party affiliation the Republicans' planes attack U.S. naval extremist
...., House announced that the report outnumber the Democrats five operating off Viet Nam, :
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. will be made public Sunday. to two. can fighters can chase ; said,
G at 5:30 p.m. EST. across the Red China senseless
addition '
In to Warren, other
.(AP) Fire fighters' hopes The book is the fruition of the .
necessary.The author-
Republicans are Sen. John Sher-
lifted slightly Saturday as a questioning of scores of persons, "
man Cooper of Kentucky and decision to provide object.
lowering fog retarded the vora- many on-the-scene studies in Rep. Gerald Ford of Michigan, precise authority for U.S.2)V President
cious 5-day-old Santa Barbara Dallas, the examination of Allen W. Dulles, former chief of to apply the principle of the FBI's ,
scores of reports, photos and the Central Intelligence Agency, pursuit" and deny the in 'I
fire.The other exhibits prepared by the and John J. McCloy, New York nist "privileged and two ,
u U.S.Forest Service said FBI and other police agencies.It financier and former high com- reportedly was prompted to coast ,I j
the 88,000-acre blaze was 50 per is expected to tell whetherthe missioner to Germany.The Red Chinese movement 2).N Sept. 7.
commission is convinced, viet-built jet warplanes
t cent contained early Saturday.No Democrats are Sen. Rich- report
doubt, that the rifle Communist Viet Nam
estimate was made on whenit ard B. Russell of Georgia and cases of
shots which killed Kennedy August.
would be fully contained. Rep. Hale Boggs of Louisiana.
were fired by Lee Harvey Os The aircraft were to of
Gov. Edmund G. Brown and wald, a 24-year-old, unstable ex- into the area after
Edward McDermott, directorof Marine and avowed Marxist. GM, Union planes blasted torpedo riot-by
the President's Office of And it is expected also to ex and other installations in to all
Emergency Planning, inspected press the commission's conclu- Set Up Talks Viet Nam following the coun-
4 1 the disaster area by helicopterto sions on whether Oswald acted American destroyers in ; directed
how much of the devastated
alone or was a part of some sort DETROIT (AP) General Tonkin Gulf Aug. 2. to
might be eligible for
federal area aid. of conspiracy.The Motors and the striking United The sequence of events riot-
report is to cover also the Auto Workers set up a quick cates a slow and cautious the
Key to the hopes of 2,000 men killing of Oswald by Jack Ruby, resumption of negotiations Sat- lation of the danger of train
still struggling on a 20-mile- a Dallas night club operator, urday for a contract agreementto U.S.-Chinese clashes in police
wide fire line was the weather two days after the presidentwas get the corporation's para- east Asia.
-which took a sharp, favorable slain. lyzed car plants back into This situation is likely contrib-
11 :./ turn Friday night. There's no question that Ruby production. (See CHINA on Page ) Hoover

II :: New Military Coup or reported.-"accepted of whites Ne-

I :. SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) installations.Maj. barbed wire were at various marines had converged a direct
lit} Young military officers Satur- Gen. Nguyen Khanh, pre- locations ready to be strung suburb of Thu Due. civil
; : day ,demanded a purge of six mier for nine months, was out across the streets. The government
older generals, of town to deal with a tribal Marines whisked through the Khanh received the were
... and a high goo uprising ,in the central moun- city in trucks. Others were before flying to Ban Me as
.. ernment source tains. guarding the zoo and roads 160 miles northeast of assaults
The spate of military activIty leading to navy headquarters. try to quell a revolt by as well
said a Js
In Saigon came after night-
Fifteen soldiers in combat tain tribesmen who had strug
,possible at any fall.Two dress were on guard inside the trained and equipped by "
time. Troops main roads leading to the main post office.A military personnel ,to shrift of

took up guard navy front base were on closed the'Saigon by barbed water- 50-caliber machine gun and Communist, Viet Cong; ( ) were in-
posts at strate- rocket launcher were perched at According to this -
wire barricades and three
,; -.-. gic areas and 20mm cannon mounted on the gates of the military air Khanh was undecided on .
,KhaDh set barbed field. to do about the was
up trucks guarded each entrance.
carried deadline of organ-
I wire barricades and gun positions Machine guns were spotted Troops bivouacked on the a
two before Khanh by any
lawn of the premier's office days
outside navy and air force alongside the base and rolls of
i building and barbed wire pledged to restore civilian persons,
t1! blocked off one entrance to the But the informant said
!.' joint general staff headquarters.There could come from mob vio-
: "- :: were reports that other young generals, who by the
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:;J.Around and About the News: ,''school'com-.

2nd Commerce Division- 'drunken
., The American Way-Of Love
beginning a series of 'articlesby ...
,Howard Whitman, noted Earl Scarborough, a
Writer on human affairs ville insurance man, has pro
Page 4B. Florida Gators in : # 6 F named chairman of the
last-second thriller defeat Mississippi 1 V_ commerce division of
state-Page II. a r r United Fund's 1964-65 pop-
; M. P' Scarborough, 40, is a said these the
agent for several .
University Women's dab age "as well
opens season with.open home F it ;4s and casualty companies public
F ;, attended by 500. Pfctare Page field of group insurance, in steady
,IB. special agent with the
f Life mont.Insurance Company of what be

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and baseball while
ff ong the Old Friends: University of Florida. or "an for

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\ 2A Gainesville Sun Sunday. September 27, 1964 .

TL PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Bill Weather Roundup AEC Chief Seaborg to Help ,

Faces Stiff

I : .1\- House FightWASHINGTON A Haul:.. B ..,.\.. Dedicate UF 'Nuclear l BhPg I

l .
(AP) The \ Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, world
bill boost the ZONES llp\ famous nuclear chemist and Nobel Prize
administration's to

economy of the 11-state Appalachian day.B C High: Partly Sunday cloudy 85 ,to Sun-90. I _, currently Atomic Energy chairman Commission of the U.S., Winning Chemist !t :*, ....

region j has breezed East to southeast winds 8 to Ja' will be the University of Flor- r : S

jI j through the Senate, but faces 15 miles per hour. ida's principal speaker at dedication He received the Atomic Energy I i

jI stiffer opposition in the House. 1tM1hh1F'9 ceremonies of its $2.4 Commission's Enrico Fer- ; !

4rF7i Still, House leaders, who night.A: Partly High! Sunday cloudy In and 80s.mild Southeasterly Sunday- million Nuclear Sciences Building mi Award in 1959 for his out-
called off a scheduled vote on winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. Oct. 10. standing work in the field of I
D: Partly cloudy Sunday. Few local ?
I 4 ,.. $1.06-billion measure three showers. High Sunday middle 80s. Nobel prize winner Dr. Sea nuclear chemistry and for his I ;;
> Northeast and east winds 10 to 20
confident of in scientific and educational
weeks leadership
I VI ago, are miles per hour. borg is the co-discoverer of the -
I passage- if. .supporters show E F H I: Partly cloudy Sunday. chemical element affairs. .
Few local afternoon showers. High I
Sunday U to 92. Easterly winds S to and a number of transurani In 1958, Dr. Seaborg was appointed -

., up.The, bill, a "cornerstone of 18 miles J K per: Partly hour.G cloudy Sunday with um elements. He is a pioneer Chancellor of the University '
I few local showes. High Sunday upper of California at Berkeley
:, President Johnson's announced worker with nuclear iso-
80s. Easterly wind 10 to 20 miles per ...fI'Lr/l' energy
; .T- and served in that .
:1 "war on poverty, passed the hour. topes. capacity \
t until 'his appointment to the
Senate Friday by a 45-13 vote. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE He will talk on "The Blind
tt t House Republicans; 'have vowedan High Low Precip. GAINESVILLE WEATHER'Jacksonvillo Atomic Energy Commission. He
: '
Force of the
ing Atom.
r 85 74 1.44 ,
-Municipal Airport readings designated Chairman of
% all-out fight against it and Miami 85 79 Under Dr. Seaborg's leadership l lI
hope for support from Southern Tampa 89 74 Saturday: High 85 at 1 p.m., the Atomic Energy Commission -
Atlanta whole bodies of
80 51 new methodology -
1 'i1 New Orleans low at 4 a.m. No rain. in 1961 and has been re-
} ; Derri crats. 74 51 -------- -
1(1 and instrumentation
.. Boston 70 49 I
( ; a- appointed to the Commissionfor
,. (Florida's Senators Holland New York 74 51 SUN ALMANACWashington I.
have been developed that have I SEABORG
voted for I 78 49 Sunset today .............. 4.19 p.m. a five-year terra expiringin _
tI + and Smathers the Chicago 67 59 .66 Sunrise tomorrow ........... *'il jn. become a cornerstone of modem J
4 bill Friday.) Kansas City 78 61 .98 Moonrise tonight ........., 11:00 pjn. nuclear 1968.: The structure was. financed \
: I Denver 10 40 .86 Last Quarter tomorrow .. 13.CJ a.m. chemistry.
Formal dedication of the'University !-
I The bill links together a variety Ft. Worth 81 AS .67 by,grants from the" National -
Los' 76 63 BRIGHTEST STAR Among other honors Dr. Sea- oj
Angeles of Nuclear
; ; t of programs designed to open Seattle 68 ,50 SirIus rises ............... 1.40am.VISIBLE Florida's" Science undation, the National ,
the highland region to greater borg was named, in 1947, as Science Building is scheduledfor Institutes of Health and
CEDAR KEY TIDES PLANETS ..... one of America's 10 outstanding Saturday, Oct. 10't 10 state-appropriations:
: economic opportunity, the chief Sunday.High'at 4.17 am. and '.24 Saturn. In the south 10.10pm.Jupiter : \
v' p.m. Low at 11:39 a.m. and 11:08 p.m. In the east ........ 11-54 p.m. young men by the U. S. ajn. A ,series of special'events t
% ,
; S one being a five-year, $840 mil- Monday High at 5:06 am. and 8.17p Venus In the east ........ SMS a.m.
11 t-. .' ; 4 lion highway construction ,m. Low at 12:56 pm. Mars. above Venus.Romney's Junior Chamber of Commerceand have been planned ,around the "One of the unique featuresof f
[ < ____- Aoo411C : '"" 55. pro- in the same year receivedthe dedication beginning Oct. 9. this building is that is bringsthe tJIIi
"', gram.
n- -'" .5r American Chemical Socfe- The University's .Director of, disciplines of chemistry, ,,
r. Another $220.2 million is authorized Cool ty's: award in pure chemis- Nuclear Sciences is Dr GeorgeK. physics, engineering biology

,q Good Will for two years to improve try. With Professor E. M. Mc- Davis. The five- story research -and quantum theory,into close
t health, education and Millan, of the University of; facility brings under physical proximity. and enhances 1

\ sewage facilities, and encourage California, he was awarded the one ,roof the nuclear .investigations ; cooperative\ ,jjivestigations -
,1 A golden reliquary containing the head of St. Andrew increased use of Appalachia'swater To PraiseDETROIT Nobel Prize in Chemistry in of the life and physical between the specialties,"
the Apostle is carried in procession from the timber and coal re Barry 1951. sciences. Dr. Davis says. =

Church of St. Andrew of the Valley In Rome Saturday sources. : *. ..

to be returned to Greece after 500 .years. With Opponents of the bill charge it T55 .. ,... S
AP Sen. he to endorse Gold. .
( ) Barry planned
reliquary is Augustine Cardinal Bea who headed taxes other poor regions for the S.
Goldwater to unite his water. r j
delegation that returned the skull to benefit of one area, and that it trying S
party, warmly endorsed GeorgeV. His position, as he restated It, *
I'I'the I in an extra-ordinary gesture and appeal for duplicates existing programs,
Romney on Saturday night in effect that he couldn't
will by the Roman Catholic Church to the particularly the big new anti- was,
for re-election as governor of give Goldwater his all-out support 5 ,
J Church of Greece. poverty act recently signed into w i A
; Michigan.But but neither did he plan to

OPEN AGAIN law.The states involved are Virginia Romney, who opposed support President Johnson. -1

,, West Virginia, Alabama, Goldwater's selection last Julyas Asked about this as he returned -

Lester Maddox, who closed Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Republican presidential nominee to his plane to fly to Jiurt

his Atlanta restaurant North Carolina, South Carolina, told reporters: "I haven't Detroit, Goldwater said, "Whathe j

rather .. Ohio, Pennsylvania and Tennes- changed my decision. I accept does is up to him. I think it's '
than serve Neg- the decision of the party, but Ido very necessary that all Republicans -

roes, opened a see.The Senate had only 58 members -' not endorse it." work together. That's why v: iiv1r4 ; ;

cafeteria Satur- "" on hand Friday-just sev- Goldwater hopped about i'm endorsing him. I would like : : ;
day. He has declined en over a quorum. For passage Michigan all day, except for a to have his support, but be has ; c "

to say were 32 Democrats and 13 Re- brief airport stop in South Bend? to make that decision." t

what action he '" publicans. Opposed were eight Ind., preaching party unity and In his prepared speech Saturday .

S will take if Negroes Republicans and five Demo- urging voters to back all the night, Goldwater called .

seek serv- crats, including Virginia's Har- party's nominees. again for a tax cut, but also

ice at the cafe- Maddox ry F. Byrd and A. Willis Rob- I At each stop, Goldwater had endorsed more spending "if U _ _

S ___ teria. ertson. kind words for Romney, urging the need arises" to "maintainour : tt .-
his re-election. defensive strength and
BACK TO FSUA More About : But Romney passed up a jreparedness.", 4 ;,

young couple, both gradu. I chance to introduce the presidential "Unfortunately in the present t_ ifi i
ate students at Florida State candidate at Midlandand state of the world, military # ,

University, have returned to ChinaFrom when he did introduce him expenses are and must remain *5 S
school after two years of Peace at a night rally here was only high," he said. "Of course we S /4 ,

Corps work in Ethiopia.Mr. lukewarm in his support. must have economy in defense S ,, '.5 5

and Mrs. Jan W. Duggar Page 1 Earlier, the Michigan governor -but we cannot afford the false t''r.?* ._.. 5
in I economy of weakened. de- s.-.s.;;= .
were Ethiopia as teachers. had told reporters that his -a
They said poverty was one of ;come more tense, and. obably with Goldwater on fenses." Welcomes CaravanSS
z, ...*, ___r- '>'>X u', the most striking aspects of the much,more serious,4f fdeterio- the platform at the Midland In his prepared introduction, I

t' MRS/HAYFORD country to them. The per capita i &n ,political'conditions inside County fairgrounds didn't mean Romney called Goldwater "a Judge,;I a Cart.left: : ),-Alachua County!! campaign chairman .for President
souflrViet Nam tempt the Communists hard-working and dedicated B. ,Johnson '
Lyndon greeted Democratiic
'S the voter registration drIV workers when
Mrs. Delbert Hayford, income there was $12 a year, : ; :"
to exploit the disorder man, and said the Republican their arrived here
said. Friday the missile-carrying: trailer are (from
"Little Old Lady of Dubuque, they :
't and political instability. More About party and the nation owed him left) James (Jimmy), James. Mrs. Ceil Doherty and Jack .Brickman. Watching
of their
York's Time The Duggars said one j
poses in New A buildup of military ,pres. "a great debt of gratitude. the proceedings from the sidewalk is 8-year-old ,Billy Daugherty of 307 ,SE 9th
Square area Saturday as she most exciting experiences was sures inside South Viet Nam by FBI But he cited Goldwater's acceptance St. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) S t

; set out to show that people in being robbed by armed bandits increased Red guerrilla strikes speech in San Francis. I S r J
while returning to their home co, when the Arizona senator I
:: the Iowa are Just as so- and parallel external actions '
from a picnic. They ,said the From 1 said he sought and cherished
phisticated and cultured as could produce ,a very grave Page State Dems Beat Drums
bandits took money, a camera, crisis in short order. diversity. 'S
t those in New York. She was a radio and a watch collectively From Washington's point of I dition," a factor which has en- The Michigan governor, who
selected by Dubuque's chamber valued at $400. The bandits were couraged the growth of con- has differed with Goldwaterover I
view however, the South Viet-
o! commerce to try to not captured and the Ethiopian namese, situation is subject to so tempt for law, Hoover said. civil rights, also told how For Voter
in Michigan "we Registration
government reimbursed them have worked
image. Johnson the
change Dubuque's unpredictable develop- on receiving
I many
for their loss. tirelessly to help each individ.
here Hoover report, issued a state- I
ments that no one can say
jf DUE and his wife were both ual, regardless of race, creed or
the LBJ Ranch in ,
ment from
whether the worst possibilitiesof Looking like troupers from ing the state with a caravan of "It's gratifying to note the
:1 graduated from FSU in 1962.Patrick national origin, to develop himself -
in which he said his administration
increasing danger are likely Texas the cast of "Yankee displays urging _voters to
O A head-on clash between 'to the limits of his capacities. Doodle register -support tendered our drive by
Secretary of Defense Robert S. to be realized or not. What is "feels strongly that ." Dandy" in their toppers and before the October 3 deadline -newspapers, radio and TV,"
is that ad- this must be a society of law for the November
authoritatively general said
'1 McNamara and Congress: over said and order in which citizens live Not once did Romney ask his tails with red, white, and blue James. "We also appreciate -
future military ministration leaders, deeply listeners to vote for elections. the support given us by
for training Goldwater,
plans of conduct. stripes state Democratic Par-
i rules ,
officers is scheduled Monday occupied at home with the by recognized and he introduced the Arizona They parked their two rigs officials in the many cities we .
I on the Senate floor. American political campaigns, To that end, the Presidentsaid senator as "our Republican ty workers, led by James (Jim- next to the courthouse and chat have visited with such support 'JI
would like to do what they can "we not only enforce fed- candidate for the presidency,1not my) James of Miami visited ted for a few minutes with 1964 should be the year we

l All advance signs indicate within the limits of U.S. policyto eral acts but cooperate at all 'as "our next president" briefly here Friday. Judge Ira Carter, Alachua break all records for voter
that the Senate will join the r- keep the situation as quiet as levels of, government to assure I the introduction favored by I S James, registration drive County campaign chairman for registration!

t House in overriding McNam- 5 S, possible. that civil peace shall be main many who have introduce' chairman for the State Demo- President Lyndon Johnson. A few

ara's proposals and thus give S .5'- Immediately following the tained." i Goldwater at other stops along cratic Executive Committee, They started out in Miami ly to stare passersby at the paused brief_
the defense secretary an unusual Aug. 2 attack, President John Johnson's Republican oppo- the campaign trail: and Mrs. Ceil Doherty of Palm two weeks ago and covered 2- one depicting the Berlin
congressional rebuff. son ordered the Navy to do nent for the presidency, Sen. Beach County who is directingthe 500 miles so far, zigzaggingaround with Wall
: Barry Goldwater, has sought to women's division tour- the state, James said. a sign saying, "There is
Sen. Richard B. Russell, D- more than defend itself at- make violence I ObituariesEDGAR ,No Wall Between the Voter
a campaign -
Ga., chairman of the Senate tacked but "to attack with the 'and His Vote,*. and the other
issue and insisted that the
armed services committee, said objective of not only driving off federal government should contribute WILLIAMS Salvation Army Holds 1st II a missile Indicating'the count
he expects for: the attacking force but of destroying down of
.. to its eradication. Edgar Williams, 79, 109 SE days 'remaInIng in ,I
1. A plan to expand the junior e ered "hot it. pursuit"This was authorization consid-- Hoover said in most communities -4th Ave., died Saturday morning Mother-Daughter' BanquetMothers :which to register." ::

Reserve Officers Training from a' the President but its respected Negro and at J. Hillis Miller Health I A little sandy -.haired, boy F

Course now operating in 254 ,vt extent was unclear from the other civil leaders, often at Center following a short illness. were honored guestsat 'ference of the Salvation Army. 'got up close, bat'Otherwise 1

high and preparatory schools to original announcement. considerable personal risk, triedto Mr. Williams, a native of Old the first annual Mother and Betty Jo Davis, Gail Hughey there. was no' ci WcL
1,200 over the next five years. dilute the riots. Town, Fla., came to Gaines- Daughter Banquet at the Sal- Gail Norris, Diane Seaton, As James" spoke, an old

2. Continuation o! the present Lat "in almost all cases only vile two months ago. He was a vation Army Corps Building, 22 David Singletary James ,Sin- I mauve and cream sedan cruistdbyasfgnguyedtoftsbp.-

four-year senior ROTC systemin S** More AboutVietNam massive and vigorous police retired construction worker anda < SW '2nd St. Friday night. gletary and Wendy Smith' will i;

many colleges and universities action or the arrival of state member of the Baptist church. Sunbeams (age 6 to 11)) and be accompanied by Capt. 'Guy The crude letters of the sign i

with an increase i in the $27- 5 police or the National Guard Survivors include two daughters Guards (age 12- to 18)) were Smith. They will stay at the spelled out the message: "John-

a-month pay for participants to finally brought about a termination 'Mrs. Doris McVey of awarded badges. This was the Robert Meyer Motor Hotel. son is,* traitor/* ,

$40 or even $50 in the last two of the riots and the restora-! Gainesville and Mrs. Louise Us- result of six months work by About 400 Corps Cadets are I It drew a chuckle from the

)'ears. From Page 1 tion of law and order," Hoover ina of St. Augustine; a son, the girls, striving to reach beginner expected from all over Flori red, white and blue_.clad Dem-

3. A system of four-year said.Only James E. Williams of Jackson and second class ranks. ocrats talking in a tight groupon

scholarships for up to 5,500 paid future weeks ago In ,the coup that In the New York City viDe; two brothers, DeWitt Wil Debra Caldwell received 15 da.Dog the (sidewalk.
officers failed. riots was the escalation not liams of Wauchula and Claude the Show After.a visit,of about an hour,
annually in colleges badges, largest nu m her
I immediate, he said. It was two
and universities for both Gallon, 5, one of After the attempted coup, Ky before the storm clouds Williams of Zolfo Springs; four awarded one. girl. She was James and his party climbed

Army and AhForce.. A similar the three French children who and other officers demandedthat !days moved in after a white police- sisters, Mrs. Nellie Huggins 'of crowned Miss Sunbeam of 1964, Meanly In back in their sedans towing the

program is in effect now for were found safe Friday after Khanh exile Khiem and man fatally shot a Negro youth Lake City, Mrs. Jennie Lang of and her court included Debbie ; displays' and headed for Palat-

training reserve naval officers. being kidnaped, is, hugged by demobilize the five generals. who he said, came at him witha Winter Park, Mrs. Fannie Mur- Gilmore and Patsy Rigdon. The ka.They'll
dock of and Mrs. FamilyThe conclude 'their voter
his grandfather Mr. Paintre.at Khanh had been reported knife. Sebring Lyn- Omi Fogarty was crowned
A :LEA a reunion in the family preparing to send Khiem off to nie Willis of Winter Haven. Princess Cherokee, and she registration' drive. on October 2

home in Marnay, France. some foreign post to satisfy the was attended by Brenda Tucker. brother and'Bister team in'Naples:
. Augustine Cardinal Bea, who France mobilized 100,000 police young bloods but the source I More About Westwood Jr. Hi of John' and Jean Spence won

had special audience with Saturday to hunt for the said, he hesitated because it Mrs:: Joyce Seaton is leader top 'honors Saturday in the Gainesville Sun

Pope Paul VI kidnapers. might infuriate the older lead- UCF PTA Plans and Mrs. Barbara Knapp in- Gainesville Boys' Club's annual
at the Vatican ri Kids Amateur Dog Show.
structor of the group. Mrs. Guy Published
Saturday, urged I ers.The generals whom the young First MeetingWestwood Smith was examiner on proficiency The Spence youngsters, who Saturday, and evenings Sunday except mornS -
the Vatican's Flood Eases officers want demobilized are From Page 1 in the tests. live at 2230 NE 9th Ten, took .Ins by the Gainesville Pub-
Ecumenical known as the Dalat Generals,I Junior H i g 1 h A the Best of Show award and 'also fishing .Company at 101 SE
Council to adopta LAREDO, Tex. (AP) The because they were placed under coached the undefeated freshman School's initial PTA meetingof "Space way Girl"- out pantomime, earned first 'in the best 2nd Floe entered*. Gainesville.' Florida.
was and second class
declaration Rio Grande slowed its rapid rise arrest by Khanh after he seized team. the year will be Tuesday at Peggy Jo Smith. groomed category, and a seoond matte,at the as Post Office at

exorie rating Saturday after forcing an esti- power on Jan. 30 and were held He is a member of the University -1:30 p.m. in the school auditor- Though sponsored by the Salvation in best large dog'and mas Gainesville, Florida.

Jew; of sole mated 2,000 persons from their at the Dalat mountain resort City Kiwanis Club, him.The Army, the group is non- ter. S 'SCIRCULATIOa RATES BY
blame for the homes in Laredo, Tex., and until recently. Quarterback Club and is on the backto- school meeting denominational and members Other winners were: CARRIER. OR MAIL
crucifixion of Bea I Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. They are MaJ. Gens. Tran board of directors for the Ala will include the introduc- come from a variety of church Best Large!'Dog'and Master- '' Week .45 ''

Christ The 83- 1 I The muddy river ....; proddedby Van Don, Le Van Kim, Mal Huu chua County University of Florida tion of the faculty and staff of Terry Throp; Best Small Dog 3 MM. $5.85

yearold head 'of the Vatican'sChrim.ian flash flooding upstream Zuan and Brig. Gens. Ton That Alumni Association. He is a the school to parents and visItations es.Volunteers are needed and Master Dale Craig; Best All mall subscription must

Unity Secretariat was churned to within inches of the Dinh and Nguyen Van Vy. member of the First Presbyterian to class rooms. !teach cooking, sewing, and Trick Dog -Lynn Walden; be Member paid in of advance.Audit Bureau of
applauded as he presented a revised bed of the four-lane brIdge "hanh has just appointed Dinh Church. Westwood PTA President nature study. Best CosbimeDogSteve:: Lei- Circulation..
version of a statement on which connects Larcdc nd Kim to work with him Wendell said in addition < Mrtfci II'D.
the two Scarborough and his wife Virginia Clardy Seven young people from lich. ,._. AD. material.&tned' 'GainesvillePubif.sIfln
Roman relations with and is pruesrty. et V'
Catholic a major internationr gainst the tribal uprising in the live at 2707 SW 3rd Placen there'will be a discussion here...will attend a two day Judges were..Mrs: William"Cody Company.' (e) It"hPf"oduCflon -
Jews and other non-Catholics. gateway. But the bridge ,rc entral highlands. They are : Golf view. They have 'four concerning a school employe,,in event in Orlando Oct. 3 and 4: ; Dr. Carl Holland and ttrietty forbidden m wfIoIe without or lit Mato the

Story on Page mained open. amiliar with the tribes. children. S the health 'clinic. S the' Florida Corps Cadet Con- Jean Lavs. .-. S written pernuilon of Ste JU lllller.I .

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s e l ,,By DAVID LAIyREN'CECamiiaign
r alaasouvtct pmidtnt antf AvtrtUlBf *- RALPH McGILL :ck J" i
University City'
DirCtr; BOB TARTAGUONE, PittUer Prix Wiutef Pikli&ker ; aret unfortunately
WASHINGTON Presidential campaigns -
Viet PrtsMmt" .!rt Clrcwlrtiw Msi alv. Of tbs AUuU (Ga.) CAmerica.. .. '
:r based on the assumption that the people are "too

: ; .' THE SUN'S POLICY / damn dumb to understand"-as the late Harry Hopkins,

:,1"/J, -.. ; .. adviser' to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, expressed
; .' 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. : ,. during New Deal'da's when he 'blandly announced ,thai the
, I 2.: Express the' opinions of the Sun In-but only In-;-editorfols. ,:r Democratic ,administration intended to "tax and tax;; -spend

-*** .. 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial ,Issues.The ; and spend, and elect and elect"

A Spoiled : ; ): / a .But' nothing could be' farther from a true analysis of the
Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 ,j ; reaction of the people in any political campaign. It isn't

f 1 ;: f' the average man who is incapable of making a fair judg-

y. Nation ,; ment on the real issues when they are presented to him.
I The trouble is rather that those in a position to influence
I : .J The New President Reitz public opinion often become so involved in their own passions -

r Senator ,. .. t and prejudices that they produce statements and
,i' : President J. Wayne Reitz of the and administrators hampered by seeking to Barry cash in Goldwater on a sort is j a' speeches which serve not merely to confuse the voter: but ,

J University of Florida is a tall man. legislative deprivation and the pa- of uneasiness and doubt about actually to mislead him. & ,,':

In our estimation he stands ,taller ternal parsimony of the "state fathers. life, even .though it be af- ; J ; ,
THE OTHER DAY a certified public accontant*in New
than after his straight-from- that exists #
ever among
York with admitted this
an cynicism, wrote correspondent -
I I tEe-shoulder attack on the proposed many the Senator Americans. But even ,- suggesting a ,new glossary of terms for the campaign.!
1965: budget for capital outlay to Admittedly conditions have improved finger on it. He speaks put of his, '.' v Among them were,the following: t
but needs have multiplied.In a "Justified civil disobedience 'demonstration "my,
serve the building needs of Florida'scolleges "revival," of the debasementof s a by

and universities. His indig- the light of doubling enrollments moral values, and of 'I side.

nation was justified. and corresponding demands for ade- "loss" in our lives. He speaksin a ..MAYDAY. MAYDAY. 4. "Defiance of the law a demonstration, by your.;side f,-:t,'
"Mainstream the current of :-.:
II' my thought .
quate facilities, ,equipment, and per- the midst of plenty, But "Moderate-like me., l

Under the proposed building pro- sonnel there is no cause for compla- even he cannot put his finger "Extremist one who fervently believes,what I fervently -
on what it is In lives
gram, the UF's urgent and obvious cency. Many departments at the Uni- that produces the sense our of disbelieve'.' !. *'

building needs would hardly be versity are in an advanced stage of unease. ; Who, upon cmfuf.refiec-

touched. Except for essential renovations rickets from chronic undernourishment Profits of our enterprise I tion, can be satisfied with the

and repairs the "high priority" and continued, "underprivileged" tem are at a new high. Most sys- Voice of the kind of campaign that is being -
i People conducted today? Is it
requests of the University are being status. persons are better off than
right to impugn the, ,integrity -
ever in their lives. Some of
pushed down on the list to make room of either and i date?:

for new buildings on new campuses Said President Reitz in his firm them resent having to share I I Granted that,no man in poli-*,
some of what they make On The Sun's
where the student "bulge" has not protest to the '''Board, "If there are though it is the sharing, even that -a Opinion Page= i tics has been without 'sin in; I

yet started. political considerations in this bud- has made our national productive Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice .t the People. column. Letter the many "conflicts' of intereat" -
I get, leave those to the legislature machine so successful must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld. if requested. A letter shouldnot that arise, Can it be implied -
j" exceed 500 word and must be written on, only one side of the ..",. Poetry cannot be used. The that either. of,the men \
Mr. 'Culpepper and Company seem where they'belong. Make your own Sun reserves the right to reject any fetter or te shorten it, without changing the writer's mcania or running for:the presidency today 1

r eager to distribute the state's largesson priority based on actual need." Thereis would not be' conscious y

a geographical basis or some other no word mincing here. This is a would THE seem SUM TOTAL to'indicate of things intent.Blind Spot: groups, classes, asking for a an indispensable part as initiators of the difference between

formula pulled out of the authoritarian frank and straightforward state- congratulation place to hold their activities. In this election. right and:wrong in the con

hat that ignores the student'population ment, blunt but sensible, made with really spectacular on a long 20 success yearsof Cultural CenterEDITOR This is a question ,for the "The struggle for socialismis duct of the highest office in
communtiy to Ideas'are the land?
factor, the imperative need dorsal rigidity and without apology.It in our domestic and foreign answer. a logical continuation. i
Sun: Gainesville needed and money. the for
for replacing the disreputable make- is the kind of statement the situa- policies. In 1945 France, Italy, struggle democracy,
is considered the leading cultural Who will help us? for for economic se- WHY IS IT NECESSARY in
,shift structures into which UF students tion demanded.By and Greece were troubled by center of Florida. And JEAN 0. MITCHELL, curity.peace The very sjme people politics to assume that a can-
of Commu-
are crowded, and the plight of presence large in many ways the city well Chairman, who now fight for reform, didate's integrity must be

many programs that are operating nature President Rietz is a mild nist onomies parties and industrial ec- deserves this title. But many Cultural Center Project, who express their 'electorial attacked by' innuendo or inference 4y

in cramped and crummy quarters man. But mildness can be decep- largely destroyed by organizations and leaders of Project, voice through the two;parties or that his mental
war.At local activities find a blind Gainesville Fine Arts Ass'n are the people who because qualities must be portrayedas
that wouldn't be tolerated in 'a respectable tive. As an administrator he is logical h o m e the economistswere spot in the community: the ARDIS M. BLACKBURN of experience will:say defective- because he differs

" high school. and conscientious, a man who will' predicting that our economy lack of a Cultural Center. Publicity, Fine Arts Ass'n 'Let's go on one step further sharply with .his oppon-,

J t'' compromise under the pressure of would suffer a severe Other towns much smaller -a step to socialism. What ent on major issues? Why,

) We could, at this point, refer to political necessity (as all good ad- post-war recession,or depression than Gainesville have 'Ill Wind'Socialism sense would it make-for 'us for instance, have the politi-
ministrators must ..Any number of well-to-do recog- Map to separate ourselves from cians:felt they .had ,to. depict
our previous contention (and warning ) but who leavesno nized the need of their citizens =
industrialists urged friends to :Barry GoIdwatera: "trig.
j ) that dotting the map with new one in doubt,about'what he thinksis sell all the stocks they hadas for a place where their Of these people ger 'happy" man-.who- would

pinheads to mark the location of new right., a sharp decline was in leisure time may be turned to "We are still unable ,to,run deliberately or unwittingly
EDITOR, Sun: Hurricane candidates for President and
entertaining and education a 1 '
i ,colleges is no guarantee of a high- order. Everywhere one look- President. However get us Into a nuclear war'
Dora how Vice, ,
emphasizes ,
and have made
pursuits, they
,I class educational system. The state ,Sometimes it takes a little ire-.and a ed, despite, victory,. there was provision for art exhibits and carefully, and with all possible we are not going to permit This kind of campaigning' -

has certainly proved its fecundity by little fire, together with some firm danger. In Europe the Com- classes, musical gatheringsand information we must these problems to paralyze will get tisinto .a,'nuclear

prolific begetting.It language,, to .tt 'a balky mule' nov- munists were thriving. Stalin the like realizing that track an ill wind. How much us. !le ire going to do all war? This kind* :of campaigning
bad grabbed, or was in the will not,be ez.a.sed.br: .
the direction. This such 'activities feed the more carefully should. we ,vrs cn: to build the bread '
must now prove its prudence and ing .in right, ( is process of grabbing, much of men- the judgment rendered by the
parental responsibility providing a bit of rural wisdom that has, no middle Europe. The prophetswere tal and spiritual needs of track the storm center 'of the people's movement against voters on election day. It will
Com- the ultra
political left, wind-the -.Right. party
i for its offspring equitably and fairly personal application. We have never wrong. many and people productive and provide gathering social munist Party.We will join with all democratic remain,as p- blot! on the record -

!i as their needs develop-not according been prouder of the 'UF president places.. Gus Hall, the forces to defeat the ultra of the political managerswho
THERE WAS, IN the Eisen- assumed:;(be_ people
to the king's whim, or by political. than when he stood up straight in leading spokesman for the right Goldwater ,coalition.
hower years, a period of re- Gainesville has yet to provide would be too' dumb to recog-
the of straws meeting'and spoke his mind without Communist .,USA '"ina The issue Is crucial and
bargaining, or drawing cession. At the time the general such a center, and the Party, nize such a political "gim-
but judiciously and impartially.The bothering to be mild about it. We left office there 'was. a need of one has been forcefully report "T h e Eleventh clear-are,we to take a pathto mIck" r

shall not demean it by calling it intestinal near panic in his official fam- pointed out by over 60 Hour" issued in August. aft- freedom or slavery? Our
the National loss of freedom does not Why is it to
er necessary as-
state's first obligation' is to something-or-other. It was, ily about the flight of gold letters from town organiza- Convention. have to happen.but it most sume that President Johnson -

those institutions that have strug- to our way of thinking, an exampleof reserves. The belief was that tions and leading, citizens. 1964 is a political cross- definitely can. This matter would half heartedly en-
the United States would not Letters have come from Mr.
gled through the lean years with spiritual and intellectual courage.Or road election, our nation can transcends party lines unlesswe force the "civil rights" law
choose to devalue its dollar Ed
Manning, County Superin-
limited funds and "make do" budgets take a path that will lead it turn to God-fearing constitutional because he voted a few
but would have no other re tendent of Public Instruction,
and have to educational maybe it brand of to swing in either direction. Americanism, we will years ago on the other side
helped bring was a new course. Presid e n Kennedy and other heads of schools and
"When the issues indeed, be taking another of the issue? Conversely, why
d distinction to the state through the Heitzish Indignation. If so, it's a pledged we would not devalueour PTA's, from Dr. J. Wayne are as toward socia- is it assumed .
in that a sincere
sharply drawn as they are dangerous 'step ,
and effort faculties brand like. money. Various new tech- Reitz and other University officiate -
sheer loyal
we niques of international coop- ;. The Ministerial Association the 1964 elections, its a polit- lism. The flags.against' --this man like the Republican nom-
ical crime for anyone on the danger are flying highlet'sheed inee is trying to form a
eration and of cutbacks in our and individual ,ministers
left to advocate abstention the warning; "white man's party" andwouldn't
THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST overseas spending helped the ; the Medical Associationand or ;
boycott. The left must play OBSERVER enforce the ucivilrights"
situation. The dollar remains individual doctors; all of
law because he voted'ags
firm. these people who understandthe

'So, here we are,* with a needs of the 'community he:considered it on the ground that
MemoCowles unconstitutional -
Haunts .
Past have written letters of I
strong Washington '
Bobby prosper o u s Europe; an aggressive ?
DeGaulle, who i s ,
thumbing his nose at his old City and County Com- Washington Bureau :THESE INNUENDOES' ,do

3mn tfcrk s city has a long his- he is an ambitious and ruth- friends and a United States missioners have voted their HEADLINE HAPPY: After President Johnson on consecu- not ,come: from the grassroots
of political conflict be- less young man who gets that is affluent beyond approval of the plan and procuring tive days disclosed details of nuclear weapons control and ;They are.fed to the people
By JAMES [ dreams. To be sure, there is the old Post Office the existence of two new weapons, newsmen traveling with .
the Irish bosses and what be wants DO matter who .by;:experienced,,mcnipulators
NEW YORK When liberal Jews. The latter is hurt In the process. Viet Nam-in fact, there is Building when it is vacated him began to speculate about what, he'd do next. '"The ',of, politicalcampaigns,
ert ,Kennedy decided to been in the forefront of Southeast Asia, because Viet and turning it into, a com- only thing that's left is for him to announce that he has both inside :and outside of

for! the Senate from battle against the very THE FACT that It was Rob- Nam cannot be dissected from munity center where these .1 cure for cancer," one reporter suggested. Said another, Congress.The .

York, one theory was who urged Kennedy bert Kennedy who led the the whole East Asian pro- many organizations may finda "He'll go to Rome, pick up the Pope, tour the Holy Land
would be on his own blem. with him 'and visit Albert Schweitzer on the way home." candidates*themselves
get into the New York fight within the administration meeting place and a placeto
free and liberated to put forward the This is an inherited war. call their own. are not free: from1' blame.
pasL:, Well, it hasn't SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER: When newsmen accompanying They .continually that
for Ken- recently- passed civil rights It is not going well. But it predict.
out that way. problem is, that ,,Ital bill, and that it was also Robert is not lost There is no solu- The fly in this ointment is the President get roughed up by local cops,' Secret Servicemen the other,fellow', policies .
many money. It will cost $1500 to usually manage to view the proceedings without too will bring while i
-He looks and sounds still blame him for Kennedy who led the argument tion beyond some sort of ne- disaster ,
make the first floor into '
an much distress. Reporters got back at them 'in Seattle when their
enough like his Valachi be- ,against the bombard- gotiated settlement. But Sen- own will! ,bring'Utopia.
art gallery, but the upper Lem Johns, the President's personal bodyguard, lost his ,little
brother to send of Cuba the missile
a ment during
ator Goldwater who
the television cameras deploresthe floors could be used almostas Secret Service: lapel pin and got involved with the local There have been presidential -
ter through the New crisis! has
Washington, and thus, as apparently loss of life there, warns they are for meeting rooms fuzz when he ,tried It stick close to the President. The efficient campaigns. :: which: have
crowds. When he
not removed the old reputation -
through the bustling see it, exaggerating! the against negotiated decisions.He and organizational headquarters. cop grabbed Joins, felt the pistol under his jacket, and concentrated fundamental
between Italians and or wants to win, though he summoned three issues. .:Uotbj candidates
There are large rooms colleagues to take him away. It was the i in
|ia.of Manhattan stopped on last the crime in this CO U D- Accordingly the past hurts doe not explain what he which could be used for reporters, all sterling characters with hearts of gold, who, 'the current campaign are _try-

,;walks-people as if they had as wen u helps his campaign means by that To "win" classes !n' art which the Fine finally straightened things out and got Johns off the hook.POTOMAC ing.to,cover':too much ground
though on balance he would mean putting at leasta Arts Association is spon- and are not clearly bring
ly seen an apparition. KENNEDY'S fath probably gains more from it half million men there and soring. : ing,out the' merits or demerits a I

'He is not so tall ;Ambassador Joseph P. than he loses. Even riding losing many more lives. But 4"MlCv_ \ : ;of particular Issues.-not I\
ant as President is still vilified here Thursday with Hubert Hum- then, the Senator is a confusing This handsome old buildingto r '. \ ,pa !mternatonaI but '

and not so remote or what many regard as his phrey, who is popular in this man.STALIN this crying communityneed. I .cttff .Off ,the'national side; particu-
ea either. He has .,attitudes before liberal city, Kennedy was the There it is, waiting to 'lariy'as they bear on the,economic -

of his brother's self 'last'world war, and Rob center of attenten, drawingthe IS,LONG dead and be put to some productI v e J t&I fife of this country
session but he Is more trend.'n Kennedy's association as adobe into the streets and there is a growing split in use; there are the clubs, i. -I "

more personal and assistant. counsel to the getting! the female screams communism. THE' 7UAIN THING; in

sionate, much more Joseph Mcca thy's Sen from the windows.He Things-and policies-have ,. which the avcs-age jnan'jls' interested
aod athletic;and more Permanent: Investigations I Is,clearly the inheritorof worked very well- FEVER 4s ,whether "g add ,

fortable with plain =Ittee 'Is doing him the Kennedy legend and But the well-off comfortable By JACK WILSON,. Cowles Washington Bureau sNow ,' times" are ahead. or whether
-Yet'the past not only good in this race. he bears it with a certain the nation' is going to suffer

but haunts him.His prominent politicians, grace He,has aged visibly in American is not always hap it's obvious that everything. South Viet Nam is coup coup. another setback as it did after
the Senate against course, have to live with the last year. His face is py. His religion comforts him -- the long period of prosper-

neth Keating is likely acquired .many drawn around the mouth. less and less. The. cburch, Democrats say Sen. Goldwater's: defense, program is wrong and so is his ity in the 1920's., The Ameri-

decided by the large ago. Thus, President There, Is a 'touch of gray with certain notable exceptions farm program. A clear case of ,two wrongs making a. far right. can voter wants to know
Is still around the and of finds itself semi-paralyzed ,
religious, and trying to ears one what changes in public poi
nority' groups in New the stereotype of then "' ) -now, that he is by the moral confrontation There are the Melancholy days, when you decide that your old topcoat icy will bring economic expansion

City and these are political wheeler and deal. almost IP, and has ,(almost) of the race problem and wont last through the sea&onand neither will most of the new, television. on a:sound basis. He

favorably disposed to and Hubert ,Humphrey, nine kids-people may even science. There, is a, loss ofconfidence shows. Y. also wants to know what
means.' he has subdued the stop calling him Bobby. in faith. This decline -- changes in foreign policy

any fervor of his first IBB KENNEDYS are a is true an over the President Johnson always .take reporters along when he walks around ,the win bring an assurance of

HIS BATTLE for in, the Senate, is still determined breed. They world.. The Vatican realized driveway behind the White House '- so at least they can't say he's the only peace, and just why the war
rights bill will c e rOt regarded as a radical hive 'a', p Iu.far creating the need, for heroic reforms one going around in circles. in Viet Nam is, being fought,

help him with the or worse. problem and ,then overcoming and, is trying. There' are lots of: 'Issues
and the Puerto is also ,Robert Ken them. Much to the chagrin But many Americans are Goldwater said in an interview that he is bilingual. He didn't say what the that can be expo in sinv

Keating Is extremely problem. He is having of their opponents, .they stapjy wringing their hands second language is, but the 'rumor Is that, that's the one you,Scan understand, pie form by both candidates
lar with the large live down the charge, not are always JDI.weJ1 at jobs aDd saying, "Aren't things him in. '. so that the voter wm :
ish community, and that he is an "outsider" their critics feel they should terrible We'shoo1d go back be: able to make his owj

dy's past record and Massachusetts trying to never have attempted. And to the old faiths." The Prime Minister of :Malawi accuses ,three cabinet members of trying to, judgment as to whether
ations complicate his a liberal anti Gold- Robert Kennedy is no excep The truth is, we are a spoil kill him by witchrmf. That's silly and ignorant: It's more than a month un- is or is not a time to4A. chan 0 .

paign to Reverse this Republican, ,'-but that tion. ed people. til Hallowe'en. 1f.. adm1 atloLc .,e.,.

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X through is open October to the public 23rd. Monday Gallery same kind of natural lighting I$52,500 Awarded in Crash InjuriesA Princess Grace..
fh through Friday from 9 a.m. to that existed in the country in: .. .*: v '. I
[ ni ne a/lt/ I 12 noon and from 2 p.m. to 5 which it was painted. This Circuit Court jury Friday car swerved across the road William N. Avera, Gainesville! Is Recovered :

p.m. meant_ that Spanish and Italian night awarded a $52,500 verdictto and collided with them nearly attorney, had sought $102,000. I j
-- paintings! required a warm William C. Arline and his bead-on. Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins. Jr.J ATHENS, Greece (AP) -
To Head UP Plan, Unique New Lighting \ light while northern paintings wife, Mary, 415 SE 6th Ter., The six-man Jury awarded .presided. I Princess Grace of Monaco,
for injuries they received in an damages of $25,000 to Arline Richard T. Jones and Selig recovered from pregnancy com
New Art GalleryRoy Poster ExhibitA At Museum needed Donahue, a cool visited light.other muse accident Nov, 6, 1961. for an injury to his right knee, Goldin, both Gainesville, represented licatioris she suffered Sept. II,
The award ended a two-day $7,500 for loss of his wife's r Mr. and Mrs. Harris.
C. Craven Jr. SARASOTA One of the last ums to study their lighting sys I left Saturday by air for home.
associate unique exhibition of pos- trial. Defendants were Thomas services and other damages related -Ii Jurors were Horace Camp-
professor of art, has been ap ters will open in the Depart- major projects undertaken by tems and had felt that althoughsome Henry Harris and his wife, Ethel to her injury, and $20,000 i bell Jr. Dennis G. Minor, Thomas The princess, former Ameri J'
pointed acting director for the ment of Art's Gallery X, University former Ringling Museums di achieved excellent Hillyer Harris. to Mrs. Arline for a whiplash G..Henley, William McGee, can movie star Grace Kelly,
results had
new University Gallery of Art of Florida, on Monday. rector Kenneth Donahue is a really ideal none system.developed He want.a The Arlines contended .they neck injury.. Paul! A. Mattox and Gerald E. was accompanied by her twochildren I
it Featured in this exhibit are new lighting system 'for the 21 were injured when the Harris The Arlines, represented by Helzel. on the flight.
was announced by Eugene E. seven prize winning postersby galleries in the Ringling Mus- ed the Ringling Museums to -
Grissom, head Department of the famous Swiss poster artist -eum of ArtDesign have a perfect system, one that I
Art, College of Architecture and Hans Falk designed for the and testing have tak would enable people to see the
Fine Arts, Uni- -... ; Swiss National Exhibition in en two years but the project is paintings in the best possible Mona
versity of Flor .. Laussanne.On now underway with five galler lighting conditions. : Tues. Values
display will be another Interesting les finished and the others Wed.
ida.Craven, who group of posters created scheduled for completion earlyin I
has been a by a group of contemporary 1965. "
member of the i Puerto Rican artists. These First aim of the system was tf'COUNTDOWN" I QUANTITY 521 N.W. 13th St. I.
to each picture with therImBD RIGHTS
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Department of works published by the Institute -: for citizenship Ii i RESERVED
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III Pleads of Girl Friend Others Are -

Guilty to Slaying- :; Sentenced The away picture with that murder gets!

By NORM LaCOE past year. ,30. three years in state prison. I J1. He is represented by R. A. Buzzy)! J. W. Roberson 37, charged with Is- July .21 and of Glen Springs Store Charles L M. Judkins Jr., 45 who had
I John Leonard Fender, 23. who pleaded Green Jr.. public defender. 1 suing worthless check June 22 to Jay July J4.Herbert. been accused of taking
of foster
Sun Staff WriterA Judge Adkins said he will guilty and was adjudged polity to a''' Delores H. Clark Negro 22. accused Farnsworth. Green represents 'him. Allen Pons II, charged with B, Kesler, -
charge of entering without breaking and of breaking into the home of Levi Hen- Lloyd Mooney 40. charged with grand I
Gainesville man, who told pass sentence at the next plea stealing a telephone booth 16 months in ry August 22. Judge AdKlns told her to larceny from Bruce Self of $1,504. His forgery and uttering forgery. Means Capl s warrants were ordered to take I II
Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. county (ails, to run concurrent to other secure an attorney and return to plead arraignment was postponed to Oct. 12 Motor Supply Co. July 26. several persons Into custody to face
day, Nov. 25. sentences already. Imposed In other coun- to the charge Oct. 12. because his attorney was not In court. Inez Altamease Williams. Negro 30 charges. They are Russell Jones. over
the girl he killed was the woman Second degree murder, ties. Clayton Enlow Hodge 57 charged with I Arraignment was postponed to Oct. 12 charged with forgery and uttering forgery i 21. charged with breaking Into Protestant -
Richard LH Owen 22 who pleadM I aggravated assault w.th; a pistol August I for Daily Mae Watson, 20, Negro' charg to Winn Dixie Inc. $U July 10. Episcopal Church July 21} Leslie
he loved pleaded guilty which is willful killing without guilty along with Fender. II monthsin ,14 on Henry J. Langford. ed with i receiving 1600 stolen 1 August 2J Prosecution was suspended by Asst.i Charged Baggenson 17, now in federal l custody r I It
state prison.Jimmy William Lee Kirby. II. charged with from Levi Henry. She was In court State Atty. Made Futch on a charge of, with breaking Into McCrory's
Friday to a charge of second premeditation, carries a pen- Wayne Watts 17. who pleaded [forgery, and uttering forgery against without a lawyer. issuing worthless check to Food Fair April July' 15; R. E. Home Jr., AO, worthless -
into the Protestant Means Motor Supply Co. July U, Thirsty Guilty pleas were entered 'by 17 against Toney Alexander, 42. Negro check to Gainesville Livestock Mar-
and -
to breaking
murder pre-
degree in her death. alty of 20 to life in pri guilty ket May 11 Samuel .
years Episcopal Church. July 21 and Me-I Gator Package and Lounge June 5. Dix. sentence investigations ordered for these ; and an escape charge against Billie ; H. Jewel. 2 breaking
Judge Adkins ordered an investigation Crory's July IS. four years in Apala- te Minit Markets July 27, and Cotton's persons: Aggie Vinson who pleaded guilty to and Aella Into "'" '-Brown Motors ISVelgro
son.Zach chee Correctional Institution.J. Mln-a-mart June' 6. The public defender Billy. Joe Simmons 17. charged with a different criminal count; and a chargeof Jones (Henry Jones).
f into the background Douglas, Jacksonville C. Porter. 20. who pleaded guilty I,represents---him. breaking into Protestant Episcopal Church grand larceny of $1.500 against University' charged Chevrolet with taking August an 21.auto from
I and facts of the case lawyer, represented Smith. 1ft breaking into the Glen Springs Store.and [ -
j-"IY' 24. VFW Post 2811 clubhouse ----- -- ------
i for Franklin Dolphor Smith, Many other cases came be- the Hodge Faulk Insurance Agency\
I 28, of 1515 NE 8th Ave. Smith, fore Judge Adkins, for ar- July Billie 31, Aggie five years Vinson.in s Negro.prison. who

a Negro, never before ha s raignment or,sentencing pro- ty pleaded jail guilty August to escaping I after serving Coun-eight.I ft
been in trouble with the law. ceedings. months of a 24-month sentence. II monthsLeroy I I1ft AND
state prIson. /
Smith, indicted Sept., 2 by Sentenced were: i Hampton. 17. Negro guilty of
't J. 1.. Richardson
breaking and
the Alachua County grand 18 months in state cmncnif
I U C. Banks Negro. 24 guilty of robbery I. Co. High Springs
jury, was accused of shooting June 27 of Melvin Pope Cunningham prison. SPECIAL
of $43 three year in state prison. Without a ludiclal finding of guilt.. ALWAYS FIRST UALITYendofmonthkcinup* ,
Theora Isaac, 20, in her home Herman Junior Suttoo 32 Negro guilty three persons were placed on probation.All
of receiving stolen goods from robeery had pleaded guilty. They are Joseph iit
night of July 3, a Friday. He of Melvin Pope Cunningham Two Gardner, 21. Negro accused of
I said he had been drinking.Was years in state prison. breaking into Leroy Gorman Purvis 21.home accusedof May!
Robert George !
Walter Lewis Bass. 17. guilty of braking 30; BUYS
Theora your sweet- and entering Mike's Hat Shop May breaking into Wards' Supermarket I
William Ralph Nabors 33
May 17; and
30. three in state Judge Ado
years prison.
heart? Judge Adkins asked kins refused a mercy plea from Selig guilty fromgKllgorer Seed eny of Co.$237 pin property 30. I.

the defendant. Goldin.Bass was Bass'riding attorney in a commenting stolen car that five Trials were scheduled beginning Oct.I) ,- ..:!
"Yes, for a year," Smith days before he was due in court. "He 13. for these persons who pleaded in-1
obviously wasn't concerned what I might nocent to charges:
I said. He said he had been do." said the ludge. James B. Dumas. 49. Negro. chargedwith f
Homer Pate Jr.. M. guilty of break breaking into a truck owned by r >
supporting the girl for the ing and entering Mike's Hat Shop May Eli Witt Cigar and Candy Co. August

II: Gets Prison Term Cut in Gideon Case r. \\

I Eight years in prison, instead the same case, who sought, More than half of these have

t of 20, is the prospect and got, new trials. Credit been Gideon appeals, 75 from i' ,,: F I
fi now for John Rogers Free- will be given for prison time Alachua County alone. j' i

( man, 36 year old Negro already served. The number of appeals emanating !
whose 1961 robbery conviction One other result of the Gideon from state prison has] rw > {

1 was set aside last June be- decision was the creationby dropped sharply in recent l i

cause he did not have an attorney the Florida Legislature of months, and it appears most of]

when convicted. the public defender post, heldin i those convicts who havei;

1 R. A. ( ) grounds to request a new:
Freeman, in a hand-written this circuit by Buzzy
trial, and want to do so, already -;
plea, asked the Circuit Courtin Green Jr., Starke. i iI
Gainesville to throw out his: Green, in office a little more have. $1)

it' 'conviction, citing the U. S. Supreme than a year, has handled 200 /

Court's controversial cases for indigent defendantswho as i iI I d

Gideon decision of last year. asked to have an attorney. t fi 1 tnt >
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Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins NURSERIES '1 Buy the top or buy the bottom! Why pay for two

i Jr. vacated the sentence aft- INVERNESS, FLA. PLUMBING.SHOCKLEY INC. Thick, fluffy cotton. terry with prints in Baby Pink pieces if you only sleep in half a pajama? Penney'scotton Never before such a low

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Friday Freeman came be- \ PHONE 372.0405 part you wear-
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NOW! 3 GREAT HITS! ,: 'o JI S titth f mmfA # 1 1ti"'V' SORRY 1 4 JACKWmUFS MMOCtfl TEMPI PJESEKW iWORLD'S 1
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See 2 Hits Lot. As 8:25 l/O.HwK.DR/YI4N M.R W M.THIATU 20WUiltUt iR4d1/t By the News StaffDON'T is not to call the sheriff; use ....mm.s..mB8............... HA MID-MORTOtt
LOOK AT ME your own two good strong U. a
OF 27INTEE1UTIONAL'AWA2D3.-7; ACADEHY1KULD81'WIlilAM Comment from Commis- arms" o tt
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COLUCTOKS: HOUINI [ sioner Janes Richardson at NO WONDER WE STAY POOR J Everybody who's ever been funny. in itl I : I
last week's meeting of the com- Gainesville, says the Chamberof n

(4 S.,.. AlEC NESS.JACK N.S mission: "What this board Commerce, in their newsletter I = SPENCERTRACY STANLEYKRAMEI aMIIJCN
I needs is some maturity." "Periodic has a very BEilf OkN \ 1
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THe BRIDGE: "Amen," replied fellow Commissioner healthy economic sta t u s be- 5 SID CAESAR "IT'SA t + t l
cause families here have relatively Shows (. \
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= RIVRkVI- low but stable incomes.
... MAD Dally ADULTS ,
"This would indicate .that II Pv..R.ds .Rd Box ....S3.00Center ,1\\
; ASUiSPEGaPRODUCTDIjuami WERE ALL THOSE OTHER most of the income is spent for si MICKEY ROONEY MAD MAD BOX OFFICE : Ki1KEES Gen. AdnMs Mel.ai.SLOO o> ....,.,. SI.50 U
+;sRwr. DICK SHAWN aR N Ctuldrca ender UCciu tpg t
:. TRIPS NECESSARY? I g .. .. ......
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wr :, ,.;,Z4 goods services rather than OPENS SAOWS AdmmxMi $1.00 j
i Eu...'. ".JDBra r.m na..Q Dlfllh'tea M -..-aaean-l KQKOUl* "Oh no, this means I'll haveto being put out of circulation in TERRY-THOMAS 2:00 P.M. 8 s 1110+11 Ticket MOM,*Hemmm M .I..v| Park RI S.s C Of.*. ,
take my wife on more of the savings accounts," says the n tee.r from. Shnner.i 1
7:00 ONLY 3rd Bonus Adult Hit 11:00 trips we take," moaned a mem- Mirror. ----- twI.11--u11E II f
KIRK DOUGLAS ber of the same city commis- ........I. : s- EMUAMJ L1&' ,
THE KIM NOVAK sion at the same meeting, un- ...."..............' ... ?Kumnsncgnafiii[ EXACTLY IN RESERV AS SHOWN-$AT I I
1 MlNFROM' "ST RANGERSLVESTDN identified for his own protec- SHOWINGS AT 9 .. II
1 I n J IfBURANTt ADVANCED PftlCCSt J Plus_ -A_News_ : E.k Ad. Stw.t T Uf>b M JJ4204Ifcjgg I

t WHEN tion.This one was heard when the .... ... ." S FEATURE TIMES 2:30 5:308:30 9m PER5ORNANCESFri, oet. 2-x:00 P.M. s.f. Oct. P.M. S.a.Oct.4-1:00 Pat.
$.t. Oct. 3-1
a AO P.M. Sit. Oct. ..
commissioners sheepishly voted -it \ REG. ADM. P.M. S1+ Oct.4-5:00 P.M.,
: WE MEET"PRESENTS .ee....SS' n m t..md 5..t,..3.1.et C.li-R Office
f themselves to K Up M Sh
expense money E31 aa==GaQ3; 1012. Tt.1.
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 : mq..a a.1B1Rt11t>RI/
I take their wives on city busi- ALSO IN OCALA .

:i ness trips. .\,
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Scruggs during courtroom defense '
of a client convicted of as- SAVE =
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"Notes in the Margin of Cul- ,
ture," a special videotaped in-
terview with August Heckscher Cut-Up'
will be telecast Tuesday, at .. 0 STO
8 p.m. over WUFT-TV Channel ). i' i 9 i
Heckscher, who served Pres- .
11 ident Kennedy as special con-
: : 1 sultant on the arts, was guest GRADE "AU Sliced Beef
speaker last week at the Uni- QUICK : '

# 1T 12:45 P.M. Annual versity of Scholarship Florida's Convoca-Eleventh FROZEN 29 LIVERREGULARLY
a TODAY tion.Mark : REG 39ff 0 t :

Damen, a WUFT producer
Sun., Sept. 27 director questioned POUND
{ The Stars and Cars of the Heckscher about present day
American and Western culture. 39
l Grand National Circuit TOP
Now director of the Twen- @}
Broadcast Sponsored By: tieth Century Fund, Hecksch- :
I er's career spans the worlds of VALUE"
H Hawes-Powers Motor Co. education, journalism and public ;x; -... 49 .
service. He was chief edi-
Doug's Dairy Twirl torial writer for the New York .1 f -: ...

I'i Herald Tribune before assum- "I. : :.' Asstd. Flavors
Home :Lumber Co. ing his present position. The .'
Fund is a research and educa- --
I tional organization in the field ASTOR FROZEN PURE CONCORD ., .. !:r 1 : CHEK CANNED

1 of Barry economic and Hires social issues. Grape Juice 6 CANS 99 ,. BEVERAGES I



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jet Spaghetti : v.-l. ,.. ., ,
:(f Showtime 7:30 chartered Republican for Sen. Barry presidential Goldwater's . 'fto'' ,.-,, ., -. .:,.. ,t ";;. ,_

campaign. FANCY FRESH REDTokay '7'4 : -.i., '

PLAYBOY: I SAYS:"A zany comedy with ample proportions Press secretary Paul F. Wag- TOP

J'Jt of Mamie Van Doren. .IT'S PSYCHO-BATHIC!" ner Boeing said 727 the will United accommodatethe Airlines Grapes 2 LE 29; ,\ ; !,

overflow of reporters and ,
E "Mamie's beer bath staff members from Goldwat- "' ?J.i rr: .$.. :-.,
t I lives up toadvance er's jet, which has room for 54 :.,.. ,.,,-.": 'r.
publicity! newsmen and 20 staff mem- "

"Mamie's beer bathis I A Convair propeller-driven ;
plane had been used as the
one for" < I back-up craft, but it couldn't PKG.CereaI..15
all time! .. keep up with Goldwater's _
American Airlines 727 jet and
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:(Cyclist Killed, :Wife Badly Hurt by Car': Six Injured When Auto I 'Dr. Kildare9 11:

,I A 53-year-old Negro bicyclistwas :a,car driven by Ralph B,Theus, hospitalized with possible internal Police said Theus' car skid Turns Over 'Near Archer Nixes Patient i'I' G p. ; -

killed and his 39yearoldwife I 35, 916, JNW'4th Stt went out injuries. She was:'listed in ded 114 feet across 18th St., HOLLYWOOD (APDo the a z JWelcome
seriously] injured when of control on KB. 8th Ave. at fair condition ARCHER-Six persons ,were Mrs. Nobles and Ruth D. medical shows on television!
they were struck down ,early,its Intersection with'18th St., finally stopping in a vacant lot injured two seriously Ward, 34, Bronson, were have impact on the viewers? d
Friday ,evening by a car, The victims, Mr. 'and Mrs. adjacent to a church. Officer when a car flipped 'on State in Alachua Gen haSI'pitalized Recently a man suffered a I,
Gainesville police"',report d. The Jack Robinson, 902 NE 18th Guard E. A. Knight was unable to determine -Road 24 here Friday afternoon Hospital. They were fisted ,in heart attack in Chasen's Res-i,I
1 driver was charged with driving Ter., were rushed to A r a c h- : w her e the Rob nwnS I' the Alachua County,fair condition Saturday. Four taurant. d
1 while;intoxicated. ,ua General Hospital, where To Display ;were struck. Both had been Sheriff's Department reported. other persons in the car received -I Dave Chasen ran over to a' To
: Police said the fatality, sixth I Mr. Robinson was' pronounceddead Deputy A. K. Adams said a minor injuries and booth where U
riding on a single bicycle. Raymond Massey Gainesville'sDesign
here this year, occurred when:( on arrival His'wife wast Warfare ExhibitA scar driven by Linda R. No- were treated and released at:(Dr. Gillespie the ,I II :
on 'Dr. Kil-
, --- I II Theus, listed as a roofer,i bles, 20, of Bronson, went out the hospital. I I dare Show) was sitting.V j m CenterInteriors,
special Army warfare exhibit -was held in city jail for investigation of control due to a blow out No charges, were, filed. : "Quick it's "
i will be on display this aft of manslaughter. in the left rear tire. said Chasen. an emergency, II:

ernoon at the Fields Plaza on I The auto fatality was the second Adams indicated the car From 1950 to 1960 Florida,received Says Massey: "He had\,: J
f Northwest 13th Street. here in two weeks, and skidded and slid total ,
I a 0 f three out of every 10 ,ofAmerica's dragged me halfway across the*
Local National Guardsmen of puts the city toll two up over 252 feet before rolling
over increase in 18 to 21- room before I convinced,him
t I Florida's 20th Special Airborne the I entire 1963 total of four. once and landing upright.RENTATV I I
Pr I year-olds. that I'm only an actor.
Forces will feature air VISIT US
r borne equipment with para. I II I SOON. .
troopers giving demonstrations.There .
4 Cycle Automatic Washer will also be an 'exhibitof Our New
underwater SCUBA gear, : V Location After ;
: f 4 CYCLES jungle uniforms, weapons and TECH TELEVISION Call FR 2-0433 [0.M.MUII Monday 1

Fully Automatic other displays.The exhibit,. which started 122 N W 16th Ave THE SCREEN COMMITS THE PERFECT COMEDY!J I 21 1 SW 10th' Ave,

S Lint Filter Tub k Saturday at the North Main.
II s Street Shopping Center, will
Water Level Control
Model continue for the next two week
WaterTemperoture ,+ A-100 ends with Saturday displays at "
Selector North Main Shopping Center -<
; I and Sunday displays ,.Fields xe
Giant. Sized Tub S119 Plaza. x
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Safety Lid Switch Exhibits will change each March an Ne1w harts r R! L ;
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week. wurrr& .

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Your Choice of Credit Plans GIFTS! 0 f and :;

denton Herald, which lists itself FREE VALUE'r '
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as independent-Democratic politically .
, ( 7 S.E.1st Ave. FR,6.5348 endorsed Republican Merchants

Sen. Barry Goldwater for Pres- .
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,:":1. ti \ :' dCA ; 5 HE{ 6OHGnJ1R'( /!1 2 1OtD HW1lNAT W1@lTHE PACE HE'S THE KIND UtO N4.t.

N Tyr Ir? SHOULD 60 Otf.ANDJlEnje AND

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DEAR ABBY: I am the mother of, an eight-year-old boy band doesn't like it, tell him to do what Ben Franklin did- SHAPE HAIMT TN TWEVS=sox! PHYSICAL SHAPE IN-tF.,EXJT f-:.D TS Bt.E T144-rtTHEIMPORTANT WE MUST 'BCtflBECAREFULWNAT 14OWTHINGDEARf

from a former marriage. My present husband is insanely go fly a kite! : IN REASON! THEIR FINgNCIA NEN LY

jealous 'of my son and I think it is because the boy looks ## 'NUFFTO SI4APE:? TYPE OF PEOPLE ,.. D&
so. much like his real father. My husband and I work dif- DEAR ABBY: I was recently invited to a miscellaneousbridal iv ADMIT%EM? WELETINJ:'

ferent shifts. He has to leave the house at 3:30 P.M. and I shower for the daughter of a friend of mine. Since

d n't get home until 6itX P.M. My husband insists that the the shower gifts were not confined to "kitchen" or anything q J
if 1 1T 1e
boy is old enough to stay alone ana ne won't let me get special I thought a Bible would be a very welcome and t.r

anyone in to stay with him. Abby, I am practically out of unique gift. I bought the nicest Bible I could find and hadit

my mind worrying about what can happen to my little boy beautifully gift wrapped and presented it to the bride at

until I get home. He means the world to me. I am constantly the shower. When she opened my gift, she remarked, "Oh, .
pulled between my husband and my son. I love my husband, dear', if I had wanted a Bible I could have STOLEN one from ....

too but my son means more to me than life itsetf. Please any hotel room."
tell me what to do soon. UNHAPPY Everyone laughed, but I had a lump in my throat the size

DEAR UNHAPPY: If your son really means more to you of a lemon. Do you think my gift ,was ,inappropriate and I

than "life itself," quit your job and live on what your hus- would like your opinion of the bride. IOWA READER l''

band earns. That way you'll be able to stay at home and DEAR READER: I think your gift was wonderfully ap-

be a fulltime ,mother to the boy who "means the world"to propriate. If the bride was attempting to be "funny," her WHATAltS HEFEtLOUTOFTH'CH1NABERRYTREE GIT DOWN yFROMTHAR

you. Otherwise, continue to work and hire someone to judgment was poor. And if she was serious, you obviously ''JAMEV NEVER HIM ? ''

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7:30 D Gospel Caravan Jones. I this episode, Danny never objected to killing .

8:30 Gospel SongsO 5:30 O CD G-E College Bowl I Thomas also directed it. people for money. This 0My 0 u i

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Reports (Philadelphia) challengesthe Machinist Mate Marion to do a job for him- I

8:25 O Sen. George Smathers winner of last week's Botnik wants to be dis- self. ) tn ou

8:40 O Lippy the Lion match between Arizona charged from the WAVES, CD Movie axle nib I r i

9:00 O You Are There"Chamberlain State University (Tempe) and for good reason: "Secret Mission." (Eng- Q ( 1..Ds

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stubborn landowner refuses Earle. Molly McGuire: Lois Ro MONDAY c i
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property.O 6:00 O CD Meet The Press Color "The 6:10 CD Continental Classroom \_ f
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Governor of ,
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10:30 O Faith for TodayO
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11:00 Q Image U.S.A. Washington by a panel of (Debut) Julie Newmar 6:50 O Farm and Home
O Church Service makes like a'girl robotin
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CD Rocky and. His Twentieth Century this half-hour comedy Scheduled guest author

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giola report from Pitts.burgh's new season Carol warns i I (Return) Switching to 11:00 O CD ConcentrationO 0 WONDER WHY YOU OKyHONEY! SEE ;\ \ ,

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O Pro Football home to mother so Ed of- time spot, ..Joey's fourth O Come On, Let's Read OttOClO.!
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season begins with him
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receiving word that theJ o
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network has canceled his
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2:00 CD Jonny Quest I
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cartoon series is about the O Lassie ( ) Say When
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when several fishing
7:30 O CD Disney's World
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boats are destroyed, reportedly r6AXY5
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story of the men who
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spearheaded the D-day ies. Jacques Fauteux and ,
landing. Tom Tryon, Jan Dwight Hauser narrate the David Sheiner, Michael 1:55 O Humanities CSt >C' BOrq SIJRl: WHY PIDNT YOULET ,-
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first showof tonight. 'Tim discovers' for a Roman statue in an O House Party I I 5

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salary as a teacheris be incredibly lifelike;: baseball telecast a ball
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not sufficient when he is He returns borne to find shatters the screen; pins 325; O News 4

faced with necessity of .three dancing girls swirl move to avoid the ban at 3:30 O (Color) You Don't Q
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murdered a beautiful Robert Goulet; the Len- 11:15 O Movie O Movie 1VROIJG'.r h

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,t Monday Evening Marsh"-miniature worldof Again." A vivid parallelis California's Inheritance 11:00 Q O News, Weather, 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo 12:55 O CD News

5:00 O Wells Fargo the swampland's in- drawn between Thomas TV, Inc. ) Richard Bur- Sports 9:00 O.Divorce Court 1:00 Q News, Weather

0 Mike Douglas sects, birds and amphi- Wolfe's life and his lit- Livey narrates this film CD (Color) News, Sports, O,Bachelor Father O Midday
l bians. erary works. Enacted are tron Inc. Weather CD (Color) Romper Room O Quest for Adventure
5:25 Q Moments in Sports portions of "Look 'Homeward of post-truce Alg 11:25 O Movie 9:30 0 People Are Funny CD (Color) TV Bingo

5:30 Newscope CB Movie Angel." CD "One Night ,in Lisbon." CD Jack La Lanne 1:15 CD Focus ZElementary

O World Civilization "You're in the Navy tary Peter Gums A Texan who ferries U. 10:00 O Make Room for Daddy O Spanish
5:55 Now." ((1951)) A green 8:00 0 I've Got a Secret "How to O News 1:30 CD (Color) Let's Makea
CD (Color) Local News, S. planes across the At-
CD Preview
lieutenant Olympic
':00 0 News Weather naval as- 8:30 O Andy Griffith Gangster. lantic to meets O Arithmetic Deal
England a
) NBC set the
signed the command of a tion era Humanities C-51
ComedyOn CD Cameras Please O
Sports O Sunshine Almanac ship with an experimental his. fifth anniversarywith ters, for its coverage of reserved an air-raid English shelter.girl Fred in 10:30 O CD Word for Word O As the World Turns

steam engine. Gary the force, Barney killers 1964 Tokyo Olympics, O I Love Lucy O Science
.:1S:0: News Highlights Cooper Jane Greer Ed- open on Oct. 10. MacMurray, Madeleine
receives some bad news. the public. O Arm Chair Adventures 1:55 CD News
Carroll Patricia Morison.
1 I' ,. $:30News die Albert. (Two hours) All sheriff's officers now gangster> are a brief his- 10:45 0 World of Numbers and 2:00 Q CD Loretta Young
., O News-Cronkite of the modern ,(One hour, 40 min.)
have to on the Forms O Password
meet certain
7:30 O Movie phy-
,11:30 O CD Color)
DReading ( Johnny
scial requirements and hoodlum ; films, of past 10:55 O CD News O Sign Off
7:00: O Zane Grey (Color) Monday Night at Carson-Variety
falls short. champions-and 11:00 Q CD Concentration 2:30 O CD Doctors
O Mason the Movies: "Ask Any Barney ':30 O
Perry of this year's top TUESDAY O McCoys O House Party
Girl. ((1959) A girl froma Novak
"The Case of the 0 Film Feature
MissingButton" in action and
; 11:15 Another World
Morning and Afternoon 0 Scope 3:00 O CD
small town to Mad-
I, opens this series'eighth ison Avenue to goes seek a job ,"To Build recent a School House"traces of Kim report on Japan's pre 6:00 0 Sunshine Almanac 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy O To Tell the Truth
season on TV. Five- changes for this year's O Pete and 3:25 0 News
6:10 CD Continental Class Gladys !
t Button Blake has and a husband. (Two the design of, public in two .
year-old room O New Horizons 3:30 Q (Color) You Don't
4 a four-million dollar trust hours). Cast includes schools. Hollywood Slattery's People 6:15 0 ScopeD 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When Say
David Niven and
fund and two estranged Shirley 9:00 0 Lucille Ball star, : Why the Sunrise Semester O Love of Life O Edge of Night

parents. Dirk Blake is out MacLaine, Gig Young, O The Other TV in a small ? Why the 6:30.0World Civilization O Industry on Parade CD Popeye's Pals

.- to prove that his wife is Rod Taylor. (Special) "The Other TV near ?" Election 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words 12:15 0 Geology 107 4:00 Q Match Game
Last film of the series. Joseph
an unfit mother when a a Report on Pay Television is approaching, and' 6:45 0 Pastor's Study 12:25 0 News O Secret Storm

murder warrant is issued Next week 90' BristolCourt" ," a look at the O Many. tossed a hot CD Hi, Neighbor 12:30 O CD (Color) Truth or CD Woody Woodpecker
debuts hi this time
for his arrest. Guest Cast background and future Store : Jed Haskell, a 6:50 O Farm and Home ConsequencesO 4:25 O News

I includes Julie Adams and spotO prospects of pay-TV. Commenting Sharp who defected to the 7:00 O CD Today Search for Tomorrow 4:30 0 Leave It To Beaver

Ed Nelson. Touch of Fame-Bio on the pros and the whole Cong, asks Slattery O Local News, Weather 12:45 0 Guiding Light O Best of Groucho

O What's New-Children graphy cons are' Sylvester "Pat" partment help him regain his 7:05 0 Ranger Hal O Visiting Spanish Neighbors CD Movie

Topic: "World in aMarilyn's "Ghost, Come Back Weaver, president of puter citizenship. 7:50 0 Local News, Weather "The Big Wheel."

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

Evening President Kennedy as 10:00 O CD Campaign and the O I Love Thursday Evening strongest, are the topics! the body of the man who O Love of Life

5:0O3 Wells Fargo special consultant on the Candidates...News AnalyIII -10U' 0 Reading for discussion. married his fiance. 12:25 0 News

j O Mike Douglas arts. is interviewed. Lamp Mike Wells Fargo 9:00 0 Password George Montgomery, Di- 12:30 Q CD (Color) Truth or
5:25 O Greatest Headlines 8:30 O Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Special) Frank McGee 0:55 O CD O Drama Festival one Brewster, Sebastian Consequences _

: O Red Skelton anchors this coverage of l1:00.O CD Greatest Headlines "The Typewriter," a Cabot, Tom Pittman. O Search for Tomorrow
> O NewscopeO the 1964 campaign. O McCoys Newscope tragedy by Jean Cotteau.A (One hour, 25 min.) 12:45 0 Guiding Light
World Civilization O Of People and O Doctors/Nurses 11:15 O Film World History whole community is 11:30 O CD (Color) Johnny 12:55 Q D News

,5:55 CD (Color) News, Politics"The Vice "The Suspect," first of a 11:30'm- ( ) News, Weather, Sports upset by a rash of poison- Carson Variety 1:00, O News, Weather

9 Weather, Sports Qualifications Presidency.for the office two-part episode. Dr. O Pete News, Sports, Weather pen letters, in this dra- FRIDAY O Midday
?",f;00 0 News, Sports Tazinski is on the spot: O Sunshine Almanac matic commentary on Morning and Afternoon CD (Color) TV Bingo
of Vice
Weather President; An old girl friend asks 1:00'0 CD ( ) News Highlights social order. 6:00 0 Sunshine Almanac 1:15 Q Focus 2
S .. methods of selection
.;* 0 Sunshine Almanac Presidential successionare and him for help and is later O CD News-Chet Hunt- 9:30 O CD Hazel 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 1:30 CD (Color) Let's Makea

V *::15 0 News Highlights discussed. found dead, the victim of O Love of David Brinkley O Baileys of Balboa 6:15 Q Scope Deal

6:30 O CD News-Chet Huntley an illegal abortion. 12:15 0 News Cronkite 10:00 O 0 Kraft Suspense O Humanities C-51 O Science

David Brinkley CDMcHale's: Navy 11:00 O O,News, Weather,. 12:25 0 News Junior College Theatre 6:30 O World Civilization O As the World Turns

O'News Cronkite Comedy Sports 12:30 O CD ( ) (Color) This series' second 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words ISSm, News
i 9:00 O Challenge-Science 2:00 O CD Loretta Young
O Junior College CD News, Weather, J Rifleman-Western season starts with 6:45 0 Pastor's Study
Spanish "A Chemical Somersault. I O Search CD (Color) HI, Neighbor O Password
Sports Movie "The World I Want" After -
7:00 M occured at Argonne National 12:45 0 and Home 2:30 Q CD Doctors
Q Squad 6:50 0 Farm
1:25 O Movie Comedy"No (Color) "The Stratton years of'marital
when O Let's Q House Party
Sandy Malone has been Laboratory Time for Love." ." ((1949)) The career _strife, elderly cabinet- 7:00 O CD Today
3:00 Q CD Another World
experiments that 12:55 O CD
.* accused of murder. proved O Local News, Weather
inert gases can combine (1943) A ,woman 'photo 1:00 O News, baseball pitcher Monty maker Karl Hesse secret- Hal O To Tell The Truth
I' .j;;.. Q Monsters to be fin- ly changes his will: He 7:05 0 Ranger
with other substances to grapher meets an inter- O Midday seems 3:25 0 News
Debut) That 7:50 O Local News,
( ( creeper- form radioactive com esting sandhog while O Arm when he loses a leg bequeaths his wife Hildea 8:00 3:30 O (Color) You Don't
covered plottage at 43 0 Captain Kangaroo
Lane is the pounds. -, working on an assign- CD (Color) a hunting accident. trifling sum and leaves 9:00 O Divorce Court Say
:. ? Mockingbird CD Farmer's Daughter ment. Claudette Colbert, 1:15 O Stewart, June Ally- his} }ife' savings to their O Bachelor Father O Edge of Night
of the Munster
jy residence Fred MacMurray; ,Uka G Leer (Two hours) nieCe Fern. Cast IncludesAlbert CD Popeye's Pals
"The Waiting Game Color Room
i ; CD ( ) Romper
:"" '.; by family Fred: "Car 54" Gwyn- first show of the new sea- Chase. (One hour, 25 min.) 1:30 Q Science What's New Dekker, Jo Van 9:30 0 People Are Funny 4:00 Q Match Game

Yvonne De- son. Katy begins to reminisce 11:30 O CD (Color) Johnny O As the Fleet, Patricia Hyland. CD Jack La Lanne O Secret Storm
ne), Lily
Al about her adoles- Carson Variety O Voyage-Documentary O Defenders 10:00 0 Make Room, for CD Peter Potamus
Carlo), Grandpa ( Daniel Boone 11:00 O O News Weather 4:25
WEDNESDAYMorning CD Let's O News
Eddie cence after her first love Daddy
Lewis), their son 1:55 CD News Pay TV Sports 4:30 0 Leave It to Beaver
Patrick and niece turns up at one of Glen'sWashington and Afternoon O News
(Butch ) parties. In- ':00 0 Sunshine Almanac 2:00 Q CD Bewitched CD News, Weather,. CD Cameras Please O Best of Groucho

Marilyn (Beverley Owen). ger Stevens appears in 1:10 CD Continental Classroom O Sign CD Dr. Kildare Sports 10:30 O CD ',(Color) Word for CD Movie Adventure
a blonde beauty O Of and Politics 11:25 0 Movie of Sherwood
flashback as Katy at the 6:15 O Scope O People Word "Rogues
-the others bear a start- O Summer Semester %:%5 O "Black Patch." ((1957) A O I Love. Lucy Forest. (1950) The son
of 13 through 18.
ling resemblance to m-nv Glen: William Windom: 6:30 O World Civilization 2:30 0 CD GirL"O 1964": How to Win." The hardened Civil War veteran 10:55B CD News of Robin Hood continueshis

m-monsters. Tonight": Steve: Mickey Sholdar. 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words O House states a Presidential- nicknamed Black 11:00 0 CD Concentration father's battle against
"Munster Masquerade. ':U 0 Pastor's Study 3:00 Q CD candidate must win to Patch becomes marshal O McCoys King John's taxation plan.

S Marilyn has been dating .9:30 O,CD That Was The CD (Color) Hi,. Neighbor O To the election, and of a small New Mexico 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy John Derek, Diana Lynn,
Week That Was
Tom Daly, who's a bit reticent 1SOQFarm and Home 3:25 0 News the regions where John- town. One day he is O Pete and Gladys George Macready. (One
I about meeting .her (Return) (Color) The 7:00 O CD Today 3:30 O (Color) and Goldwater are found holding a gun over 12:00 Q CD (Color) Say When hour, 25 min.)
folks. topical humor troupe
[ O Local News, Weather Don't Say
**** O What's New moves to a new time this
7:05 O Hal O Edge
1.1 **- Sable Island, Nova Scot season with three returnIng 7:50 O Ranger Local News ,CD I FRIDAY evening and SATURDAYFriday I

_' -, ia graveyard of ships. regulars: 'TW3 GirP'Nancy 8:00 Q Captain Kangaroo 4:00 0 Match
"m Arrest and Trial Ames, British 8:55 O CD Political Talk O Secret Evening O Entertainers "The Wonderful War." 11:00 O Linus, The Lionhearted

I 7:30 O Mr. Novak-Drama humorist David Frost and 9:00 O Divorce Court m O Well's Fargo In a sketch, Carol Bur- It seems a strange coin- CD Dennis The Menace

I .. O, (Color) Greatest 'comedienne Phyllis New- O Bachelor Father 4:25- O News O Mike Douglas nett plays a "Lucky cidence when an English O Touchdown

"-* Show man.: The roster of sem. CD (Color) Romper Room 4:30. '0 Leave O Moments in Sports Bride" who suddenly businessman and the ,11:30 O The Jetsons I

}. 0 Indian Experiment regulars includes Bob 9:30 0 People Are Funny O Best 0 Newscope fears that everything will ruler of a Middle Eastern I O CD NBC Sports
This study of the life of Dishy, pantomimist-pup- CD Jack La Lanne CD Movie O World Civilization go wrong on her wedding country are both Special

a family in Bangalore explores peteer Burr Tillstrom and, 10:00 Q Make Room for "My day. Don Crichton joins murdered. 1Z:000Sky King
I'I the effects of the actress Pat Englund. Daddy ;' (1948) A CD (Color) Local News, the Ernie Platt dancersin CD Fugitive Drama
Weather CD O NCCA Football -
industrial revolution on O Petticoat Junction O News out ,that Sports a modern-jazz ballet. 11:00 O 0 CD News, Cross
Holy vs. Syracuse
I India's traditional family O Science and Engineering CD (Color) Cameras horses 0 News, Sports, Caterina Valente, Bob Weather, Sports

ties.and social structure. Journal Please that he Weather Newhart, Jack Burns, 1:25 0 Movie Double 12:30 0 News

I r 8:00 O August Hecksher "Mathematics' of Impe-10:15 0 New Horizons raine Day OSunshine, Almanac: ,Dom Demise, John Davidson Feature. 1:45,0 Baseball

"ySpecial( ) August. Heck- cision: Probability and 10:30 Q CD (Color) Word for ,Keenan O News Highlights Tony Hendra, Nic 1, "Cry of the Hunted." Milwaukee at Philadelphia

il sher, who served former Statistical Inference." Word lee. (One ) Q CD O News Ullett, Lee Hale singers. (Drama; 1953) A Peni-I 3:30 0 Invisible Man

O Using Numbers O Jazz Casual tentiary officer chases a CD Adventure Theater

I WEDNESDAY evening THURSDAY 'til 5 I O Yancy Derringer 9:00 0 Houston Symphony fugitive through Louis O Mr. Lucky

"Gone But Not Forgotten. S Sir John"Barbirolli con- iana swamps. Vittorie 4:00 0 NFL Countdown to

4 Wednesday Evening newsmen Paul Niven and unreconstructed Southerner O Pete ." Yancy is pleased to ducts the Houston Sym- .Gassman, Barry Sullivan Kickoff
learn that his silver minein Orchestra in this Polly Bergen, William O Silent Service
Wells Charles von Fremd. and his three O phny ,
5:00 Fargo '
l' O Mike Douglas O.Jazz Casual daughters at the turn of 12:00 Q CD ( ) Virginia City is begin- concert, taped at Hous- Conrad. 2. "Brain 4:45 Q Football Scoreboard

Louis "Satchmo" Arm- the century. Veronica O Love ning to pay off. But he ton's Overture ,to "The from Planet A r o us." 5:00 O Outlaws
5:25 0 Moments in, Sports soon has reason for con- Flute !' Brahm's (Melodrama; 1958)) Two Brothers
strong plays some of his Lake, Mona Freeman, O Scope Magic O Wilburn
I 5:30 O Newscope old recordings and talks Mary Hatcher. ((60 min.) 12:15 O cern-it seems that his Symphony No., 3 in F scientists detect myster- (Final Telecast.)
S O World Civilization about his career with 11:30 0 CD Johnny Carson 12:25 0 News name is also gracing a Major, and Ravel's cho- ious radioactivity coming 5:30 CD FlintstonesO

sis- CD (Color) News host Ralph Gleason. 12:30 O tombstone in the Virginia reographic poem "La from a mountain. Porter Wagoner

Weather, Sports THURSDAY City graveyard. John Agar, Joyce Mea-
8:00 0 Project>> Discussion O CD Valse.
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9:00 O Movie 7:00 Q (D Today
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Weather Betsy Ross: Elizabeth nett. 90 min.)
t Films document the 1963 John Ford joined talents Make a lek, tamer of 10 lions; the O Jimmy Strickland
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film of Irish life: 8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo Corner Pyle, USMC
Narrator James O 19-year-old contortionists
cano. 8:55 6 CD Political Talk ; 7:00 CD Union Pacific American Scene Magazine -
Whitmore describes the O Dick Van Dyke ':00 Q Divorce Court 1:55 O CD the high*ire act of the 10M O Jack PaarVarietyColor O Humanities C-52 (Premier)

Costa Ricans struggle to Cfi Ozzie and Harriet O Bachelor Father 2:00 O CD Berondini family; and ( ) Jack's guests are 7:30 0 Sunday School Forum 8:00 Q CD Mr. Magoo

survive as the volcano's 10:00 O Danny Kaye -; CD (Color) Romper O the two Dvorakovi families comedian Jackie Vemon CD Comedy Capers 8:30 Q Porter Wagoner

ash and lava flow polluted Variety Room O Sign performing balancingfeats. sportscaster Joe Garaglo- 8:00 8 Across the Fence O Gilligan's Island

the water, destroyed Guests are, 'Top Banana" ':30 0 People Are Funny 2:30 O CD Host Don Ameche. la and humorist Malcolm O Premiere of Mister (Premier)

S ,a large part of the coffee Phil Silvers and song CD Jack La inane O ((60 min.) Muggeridge, Garagiola Mayor O Addams Family

crop and threatened the stress Barbara McNair.In 10:00 O Make Room for 3:00 O CD O Rawhide joins Paar in a humorous CD Rocky and His 9:00 Q CD MovIe"Strategic
cattle and dairy indus- a sketch, Danny and Daddy O To "The Enormous Fist" be- salute to baseball that Includes Friends Air Command"

tries. Phil recall the days of o News 3:25 0 News longs to trailboss Favor, films of past O Mr. Broad3

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CD (Color) Popeye
Children theater. Harvey Please O Edge self-defense he sends the Star games. Muggeridge, 11:00 O Gunsmoke

S CD wanted-Deador Konnan plays the baggy-11:30 f) CD (Color) Word for CO father of four children to former editor of the BrI- Bozo 11:008I'tws "

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I Western DiscnafkHt 10:45,8. 'Science Around, You 8. Combat! elections and the "Mods' 9:30 0 Tennessee Tuxedo .. Sports

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:E. MiCcr, the GOP Vice 11:25 O Movie O MeCoys 8 Best (Col rkFred Astaire and groups. Vernon presentsa @ Underdog O Movie

I '{Presidential candidate, "Isn't it Romantic 11:15 8 Industry ea Parade CD Barrie Chase dance againin humorous monolog. 10:30 O CD Fireball XL-5 1:00 O News

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1' Mrs. Harry M. Philpott, wife of the vice-president, of the University of Florida, visits with Mrs. Mrs. Thomas H. Patton and her young son, David pause for a

-"""* Paul Moore, left, and Mrs. Helbert Damste Utrecht' The Netherlands, wife of a visiting pro- cold drink while Mrs. Grady Gillon Jr., who formerly lived on

; .'-:-:". fessor in speech, during the recent Open House of the University Women's Club.. the K. I. Sawyer Air Force Base in Michigan, waits to be served.

II. University Women's Club Season Opens :' :' S."

=Five foreign countries, Puerto sistants, Mrs. Myron Cunning. the president of the university, Thomas Abbott, Mrs. Donald burn, Mrs. E. Art Larson, ville; Mrs. Alan Robertson, James Conklin, Jr., Brook-
Rico, and 25 states were ham, Mrs. Ira Gordon Mrs.T. honorary president of the club, Williams, Mrs L. L. Zimmerman Montgomery; Arkansas: Mrs. Fort Myers; Mr$. Ed Kensler, line; New Jersey: Mrs. WillieS.
I Represented by newcomers at- Kundel and Mrs. EdmundS. Mrs. Baxter and Mrs. E. T. Mrs. Oscar Araujo and Kenneth Wilkerson, Fayette- Miami, Mrs. ,Emmett Wil Gaither, Princeton; Miss
tending the University Worn- Holden. York, vice-chairman of New Mrs. Rembert W. Patrick. ville; California: Mrs. Leland liams, Fort Lauderdale; Mrs. Judith Valla Cranford; New
en's Club open house Monday Mrs. Edith Williams and comers. Newcomers to Gainesvilleand Shaw, Berkeley; Mrs. Roy B. Edwin L. Kurth, Tallahassee; York: Mrs. Dwain Small, New
atthe clubhouse on Newberry Mrs. Richard Hammer, co- Presiding at the serving ta. the University faculty Leipnik, China Lake; Dr. 'Mrs M. B. Chafin' St. Petersburg ..,York; Mrs. Kathie Beckman,
Road. Some 500 members and membership chairmen for the ble during the morning affair registering during. the open Anne I Green Modesto; Mrs.. j ;; -Georgia; Mrs.. : John Jamestown; Mrs. James Kim-
ji&vcomers registered during Newcomers' group were in were .Mf Ji B.:,Hodes%*' house art listed below with. Jack Smith, Lo&Angeles; Mrs.. Champion Atlanta! ; Mrs/Grat brough, Ithaca; Mrs. Norman -
.. 'Uife morning coffee and afternoon charge of the name tags Mrs..William F. Enneking'and' their former h hometowns: Andres Sage, Los Angeles; dy Gillon Jr., Macon; Indiana: Markel, Buffalo; Mrs.
tea. Mrs. Richard W. Bowles and Mrs. Allen Robertson. At. the Japan: Mrs. Michiko Koz- Mrs. Federico' M. Siason, Mrs. .R o'b e r"t Pickhardt, purling Syracuse; North Ca?
3Tie event marked the opening Mrs. Willard E. Stone introduced afternoon tea, Mrs. J. R. Beck- uru and Mrs. Masahiro Hosh- Berkeley; Connecticut:. Mrs. Bloomington; Mrs. Marvin rolina: Mrs. Bernard R*
of the 1964-65 club year those in attendance to enbach, Mrs. 'G. E.. Ryschke- Switzerland; : Mrs. Michel Donley Fedderson, Westport; McMillin, Terre Haute; Illinois Jackson, Greenville; Mrs. '
.for the organization of faculty Mrs. John Baxter, presidentof witsch Mrs. Kimball Wiles Cuenod; Germany: Mrs. Tom-' Mrs. Frank Martin, Norwalk;. ; :Mrs. Joseph Perry, Ameliese Kniseles, Chapel
wives and women members of the University Women's and Mrs. E. R. Hendrickson my Everhart, Bamberg; Mrs. Florida: Mrs. Edward Swen- Evanston; Iowa: Mrs. H. P. Hill; Mrs. Daniel Hobbs,
-tHe faculty at the Universityof. Club, and Mrs. William N. served. Gerhardt Grimeisen Stuttgart son, Coral Gables; Mrs. Doug- Hogshead, Iowa City; Kan Greensboro; Mrs. Charles
Florida. Boaz, secretary of the New Members' in charge of the ; Mrs. Gerherd Schmid, las Eitel, Miami; Mrs. William sas: Mrs. Jack Fry, Man Lowndes, Durham: Mrs., Eu-
!iOn the lawn in front of the comer's Group. At the after- outdoor nursery were Mrs. Frankfurt; England: Mrs. Langer, Sarasota; Mrs. Sidney hattan; Minnesota: Mrs. gene Upchurch, Raleigh;
J clubhouse, tables were set upI noon tea, guests and members Walter Probert, Mrs.. Harry John Hren, Cambridge; India: Dunnavan, DeLand;' Mrs. Donald A. Borchardt, St. Ohio: Mrs. Joseph Dennham,
I for registration and name tags were greeted by Mrs. Hollien, Mrs. Sam Banks, Mrs. Mrs. Pejaver V. Rao, Mangalore Larry Travis, Miami; Mrs. Paul; Hiram; Mrs. Larry Hench,
were distributed to each guest William Nolan and Mrs. Louis Evan Pattishall, Mrs. William ; Puerto Rico: Mrs. Donald Charles Henderson, Zephyr- Missouri: Mrs. Dirk Van Columbus; Oklahoma Mrs.
af the morning coffee by Mrs. Cohen who presented them to Callahan, '''Mrs. James Horel, H. Squire, San Juan; Ala hills; Mrs. John Horn, Miami; ''Der Reyden, St. Louis; Mass.: Donald Escarraz, Stillwater; :.
I Waldemar Olson and her as- Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, wife of Mrs. Donald McDowell, Mrs bama: Mrs. Billy Kinard, Au. Mrs. Stan Laughlin, Gaines Mrs. Bob Berry, Boston; Mrs. (Continued on page 1))



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I Calendar Of EventsFine *UF. Newcomers- Register \'- EDMUND DWYER

Bake-Off Winner (Continued from Page 1B)' ton; Mrs. Tomas Patton, 'Ausi i "" .
Arts Tea, 4''to 6 pjn., Woman's Club. Electrologist .
Mrs. G.M. Beistle, Tulsa; tin; Virginia: Mrs. Donald I '> UNWANTED .
Bryan Lounge, Florida Union. FRIDAY, October 2 >
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 Pennsylvania: Mrs. Dan i e 1 H a mmond, Charlottesville;

Born in GainesvilleWith University The Sonatas of Florida of Beethoven, Willard, ajn., Holiday Inn. Levin, Harrisburg; Mrs. C. Mrs. William Purkey"Char- LEi1LLLft
SATURDAY, October 3 Gene Haugh, State College; lottesville; Washington: Mrs.
Brask, pianist; Edward Trou- Fall Welcoming Tea, 3:30: to Mrs. Franklin Karns, Pitts- Roy Mumme, Belling ham; FOrtc *. .....
I pin, violinist; 4p.m., J. Hil- 5:30: p.m, home of Mrs. J. burgh; Tennessee: Mrs. Rich Miss Patricia Danforth, Taco- Medically Approved Method.'IoU';
the announcement thata lis Miller Medical Center Au-
Wayne Reitz, ,wife of the Uni- ard McGee, Chattanooga; Texas ma;.West Virginia:.Mrs. R. L. t :, by Appointment Only' ?r.
Florida from Mel- ditorium. '
teenager versity of, Florida President. : Mrs. Gale Nevill, San An- Sullivan, Montgomery; Mrs. Please Call FR 2-8039
bourne won the Bake-Off hon- MONDAY, September 28 UF Faculty Club. fall social tonio; Mrs. Margie Dick, El Norma Hadjis, Clarksburg; 107 West University A\'enu. :,

ors in Miami during Pillsbury's Alpha Gamma Delta 8:30 to 12:30 pm., club- Paso;-Mrs. Bill Wagner, Bryan Wisconsin: Mrs. Michael Levy,
sixteenth national con- Alumnae Club, Dinner Meeting house, West Newberry Road. ; Mrs. Robert Foster, Hous Madison.
test,:countless people remembered .. I
that Gainesville could 7:30: pan., Mrs. Roy E. |
Tew, 1303 NW 31st Street.
claim the winner too. I

Seventeen-year old J ani s Soroptimist, Registrar's Of- -
Boykin, who took the X25,000 xya.: fice, Court House.Gainesville .-
prize; was born and lived in '
Gainesville for a number of "b: Bridge, Club Mary Turner 8th Sale fF 1M
; ; :; 4"h 7:30: pan., Recreation Center. Birthday t
years. Executive Board, Little ff Invites You to Her
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.B. Women, 4:30 meeting ,
p.m. '
C. Boykin, Janis grew up ,followed by dinner, Mrs. Sam : September 28 thru October 31

here and attended Kirby- Goethe, hostess, Gwynn Oaks.
Smith and Sidney Lan i e r ,-......... W I
grade schools. Her mother is TUESDAY, September 29
the former Miss Ruth McMil- Y University ,of Florida New-

lan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. comers Coffee, 10 a.m., and a yw
W. S. McMillan. 8 pjn., University Women's

Youngest Winner Clubhouse, Newberry Road. a"a f
The winner, youngest person Merrysteppers, 8 pjn., City ..
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ever to win the grand prize, 4q Recreation Center.Gainesville $10.CO
has a number of proud rela- ELEGANT -- f'
tives in town: Mrs. Roy Rid- Rose Society, 8 \ '
gell, ,an aunt; James Wells, i.1; : -'<-y; ....;; p.m. Community Room,- Guar- flWM.ROGERS Birthday $600 ; ORLEM f
Horace Wells; Miss Anne MISS JANIS BOYKIN anty Federal .Building. Special _-_- tCOMPOTE

Toole and Miss Helen Wells 1 egg WEDNESDAY, September 30 Ii fl INTERNA7IONAI IMMKl

all cousins. 2 to 3 tablespoons pineapple University of Florida New- Reg. $8.00 3 Ill DEEP
Janis has only been bakingfor juice comers Coffee, 10'a.m. and 8 piece !

I five years. She had not Sift together flour, salt p.In., University Women'sClubhouse Birth ay $600 tl( salad.,. serving ILVER
planned to enter the contest set
and baking power. StL* in Newberry. Road Special it.SV. .
until her teacher, Mrs. Jackie
quick cooking oats and cut in -
Newman, urgered her to butter with pastry blender un- Gainesville Bridge Club : High -ip

try her luck. The prize recipe til mixture resembles coarse 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. t
was developed after an as- meal. .
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signment for her high school '
home economics class. Beat in egg, pineapple juice. Club, 7:30: p.m, Weed ,Hall, "\ '.'
Add toy flour mixture stirring 107 NW 15th Terrace. :
At home, she helps to pre- with a fork only enough to "
pare meals for her parents, moisten. THURSDAY, October 1 -
I her five brothers, Donald, 19; Turn out on lightly floured! University Women's Club; .
David, 18; Cecil, 11; Walter, board. Knead lightly. Divide Evening bridge ,8' p.m., University -
10; Billy, 4, and her baby sister -: dough into 4 equal portions. Women's Club, ,New- p.

Shiralee.Her Roll out each portion to a cir- berry Road.Gainesville. .. r'I I
recipe for "PeachessyPie" cle 10 inches in diameter.
C hap ter' 44, I
made Janis the first Spread 1 teaspoon softened '
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Bake-off prize winner from butter on each circle. C u teach p.m. tJuioo
Florida in six years. circle into four equal ple. M
Mrs. Anna Lupkiewicz o f wedge shaped pieces. If neces- University of Florida'Faculty -
Gainesville was the only other sary chill dough for easier Club, Buffet Dinner, 6 to 8 Gleaming silver paired with \

national contest ant chosen handling.Coat p.m., U. F. Faculty Club. Famous *\V!!ROGERS* Silvcrplate Birthday l sparkling crystal for lour* own .. f n
Special home
from Florida for the Bake- each spear with mix- or gift giving. 9 crjstalbowl r1i,
Off. Her original recipe was ture of: Mothers' Club of Universi- One o fthe most- practical table accessories. it. makes a perfect "all $ 95 gracefully contoured .. I \ I a '
"Pie-on-a-Stick." 1-3 cup brown sugar, firmly versity Worn e n's Club, 10 occasion" gift. All in sparkling silverplate with lustrous contours 5 available with'silverplated scn- I'' :M h j ,-.' 'w:
Clip and Use packed a.m., Mrs. H. J. Babers, 206 and carved cover fmial. Removable glass liner holds 'A lb. butter off fork and spoon in>-our choice ; f i .+' -
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flour Reg. $8.00 patterns. ; 5; ....
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idans' recipes were omitted. 1 teaspoon nutmeg Club, Coffee, 9:15 a.m., Meeting THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPIo/ 3 r x 4 i isTTi -
The prize recipes are printed Place pineapple spear on 9:30 a.m., Gainesville ...
below for you to c 1 i p, wide edge side of wedge, lap : : ? : -
bake in your own kitchen, sides over, and roll to the I .
and add to your collection of point. Insert popsicie stick into II
"Florida Favorites." end of pastry. Arrange on ChurchCircles I
lightly greased cockie sheet.
PEACHEESY PIE Bake in hot oven 375 F. for
1 pound, 13 ounce can 20 to 25 minutes. Cool.
peach slices Dip in Caramallow Topping
IVi cups sifted regular or in- and then roll in coconut
stant blending all purpose or chopped nuts.
flour CARAMALLOW'lOPPINGMelt TUESDAY, September 29
% teaspoon salt % lb.. 24 carameis, 12 Women of the First Presby- Casserole 1 Vz qt. Footed Pitcher 2 qt. $12.95
Vi cup shortening marshmallows, and4 cup terian Church, Annual Dinner i Pyrex liner 10.95 Reg. $15.95'Beautiful f ,
Sugar evaporated milk in top of dou- Meeting, 6:30: p.m., Fel-
Drain peaches and reserve ble boiler over hot water. Re- lowship Hall.University. a
liquid. Combine flour with salt move from heat, blend in 1 Methodist >n Silver \ '
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aw- -- Sunday September 27 1964 Gainesville San 3B_

t... iDavis-Edwards Read in Ocala/ / .., Bride-to-be Feted

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'OCAL& Miss Martha Jayne Talley, Miss Dixie / =--, 1\ ; A il
: ::; Jane!! Edwards, daughter of Ipf Hardman, Miss Jeanne TUESDAY, September 29
I -y Senator and Mrs. Lawrence ),,
Grand, Miss Patty Mills, Miss Pre nuptial supper honoring r'. '.'-"'
\ Zl Kirkland Edwards Jr. of Irvine Lina Smith and Miss Helen Miss } ,
Ann Gracy and her +
m and Harry Douglas Da- Graham. Q"r;' d
fiance, Capt. John Herbert ,
pt-XIS son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- Rice bags were passed by r
Mansfield, Ohio, 7 p.m.
*e--ij-Maxwell Davis of Valdos- < Miss Anne Crosby, Miss Diane
.. : < Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Mur-
-. la,Ga., were married during rx Dickson, Miss Jane Rich-
phree and their son, WalterA.
I an evening ceremony Satur- ,. ardson, Miss Harriet Talley,
"N.'h Murphree Jr. 1040 NE
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J tfayin the First Baptist Miss Rhoda Smith, Miss Shar Fifth Terrace. :.. 0 ..

; Church of Ocala. on Long and Miss Mary Al-
; :-Dr.- C. N. Millican, assist- THURSDAY, October 1 :"

: ftTby the Rev. Dr. J. W. 3i.4 sop.When the couple left for a Pre-wedding supper fet-
d : ing Miss Ann Gracy and her
J .Parrish and Dr. Harry M. wedding trip in North Caro- .
fiance, Capt. John Herbert $ .. .,' ,
{ 'ZhiJpott, performed the dou- lina, the bride wore a Dior TJ .
Eliot, Mansfield, Ohio, Mr.
t Miring, ; ceremony. / is blue silk suit, matching hat and Mrs. Ernest Burch and
rile chancel was banked and black accessories.
3 bnx Mr. and Mrs, Ted Cox of
wig Woodwardia fern trees Upon their return, the new- t "
Lakeland at the Burch'shome .
and cathedral candelabra. lyweds will reside, in Talla- t/j/
1 Lake. Geneva. : t
Postals at the foot of each .S hassee. on 'f \3 :
xRY Bridesmaids luncheon ,,
t awte held Grecian urns con-
Reception Assistants feting Miss Ann Gracy, bride-
I ,.USIhg arrangement of large + +, rttaj7 + "s ,y.L.4. Among those serving were elect of Capt. John Herbert
white and

Fuji chrysanthemums.chrysanthemums Mrs. Harold Gertner, M r s. Eliot of Mansfield, Ohio, 1p.m. ... A.......,.. ,o.4:......,.,. . ,, l{" ,; .....',, ,-
Marcus Conant, Mrs. Harry ., Mrs. William G. Nick- Miss Edwinna whose to J. of Jacksonville
nuptial music was given Murphey, marriage Verley Spivey
-by Dr. David Stryker, organist Philpott, Mrs. Roy Purvis, Ham and her daughters, Mrs. ,will take place Saturday afternoon, is shown above, second from the right,
Mrs. C. A. Pound Jr. Mrs.
and Mrs. Warner Wilson David Cofrin, Mrs. Harold during a tea given in her honor by Mrs John Hoover and her daughter, Miss j
W. G. Boltin Mrs. C. C. Bea-
4 : soloist. Goforth of Ocala and Mrs. Rose Hoover. Pictured left to right ire, Miss Hoover, Mrs. Milledge MurpheyJr.

: TJie: bridal attendants were << sley, Mrs. Walter Murphree, Jack Harris of 0 rl a odo. ., mother of the bride, her sister, Miss Jeannine Murphey, and Mrs. Hoover.
Mrs. J. M. Butler, Mrs. J. Gainesville Golf and Coun-
Miss Elizabeth Ann Edwards
: sister Wayne Reitz, Mrs. C. A. try Club.FRIDAY. In compliment to Miss Ed- Among the recent hostesseswere ed with a gift of silver by the
of the bride maid of
honor, and Miss Sallie Adams Pound Sr., Mrs. W. B. McMullen October 2 winna Murphey, who will be- Mrs. Frank Lee, who en- hostess.
: Mrs. Cecil Love, Mrs. Rehearsal dinner honor- come the bride of Verley J. tertained with a coffee at her Another bridal courtesy feting -
Mullins, S. C.; Miss .
Jane Daniel, Tallaha s se e; Gerald McCoy, Mrs. W. W. ing Miss Edwinna Murphey, Spivey of Jacksonville Satur- home on the Ocala Road. Miss Murphrey was a buffet -

Miss Julie Evans, Winter Hampton, Mrs. W. E. Rob- and their son, Verley J. Spi- day at 4 p.m. in the First More than 30 guests were luncheon given by Mrs.E. .

Haven; Miss Linda Gertn er, erts, Mrs. W. C. Thomas Jr., vey, 7 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Presbyterian Church, a num- invited to call during the Lowe Pierce, who entertained .
o Miss Robin Graham, and .6 ;M3 .42. py' Mrs. Ben 0. Franklin, Mrs. Verley T. Spivey of Jack- ber of pre-nuptial courtesieshave morning. at her home.
r. McCraw Steen, Mrs. R. L.
: 'Miss Jo Nez Love all of '7:X sonville, Thomas Hotel. been extended. Roses and chrysanthemums Yellow and white colors
Blodgett, Mrs. J. Milton
.Gainesville, bridesmaids. Mrs. Harry Douglas Davis Brownlee, Mrs. Harry Duncan, were combined for the centerpiece were featured in the appointments
They were gowned alikein of the c o f fee table, and an arrangement of
Empire style floor-length veil of French illusion fell foliages were placed in eachof Mrs. Spurgeon Cherry, MorrowTuckerVows where Mrs.: John Hoover and roses and chrysanthemums

amBer silk Georgette over from beneath a waist length the four corners of the Mrs. Gus McGriff, Mrs. Mrs. B. M. Humphrey, mother centered the buffet table.

: tafleta. The high empire mantilla of Alencon lace.. Her room, one of which formed a Earl Powers, Mrs. David of the hostess, presided at Mrs. Pierce presented the
waist accentuated crescent-shaped bouquet was background for the receivingline. Stryker, Mrs. 0. D. Huff
was by a the silver service. bride-elect a gift of silver during
: wide velvet ribbon in a deeper of gardenias, stephonatis, and, The others formed the Jr., Mrs. M. M. Richardson, Exchanged The bride-to-be was present the luncheon.
; : hade of amber ending lilyofthevalley.The background for the punch ta- Mrs. W. H. Wynne, Miss Lois

with a bow in front. Their bride's mother worea bles, which were covered Dickson, Mrs. Fred Cantrell, Miss Marifrances Tuck e r, Ameri can Universities and

headpieces were chous 0 fmatching floorlength'gown of champagne with ecru brocade cloths Mrs. Richard Whittingt o n, daughter of Rea r Admiral Colleges." She received the

velvet and taffeta silk chiffon with 'the edged with garlands of smi- Mrs. W. B. McMurtray, Mrs.J. William Burns Tucker and Maria Leonard Book Award

: attached to a bouffant veil. Empire bodice embroideredwith lax ,caught up at intervals W. Edwards, Mrs. Russell Mrs. Tucker, and Mitchel from Alpha Lambda Delta;

; Thy wore elbow length crystal and amber cut with amber and gold flowers.At Philips, Miss Ava Lee Ed- Crawford Morrow, son of Mr. the Chi Omega Sorority Award

: glees of ivory and carried beads. Her corsage was of the end of the receivingline wards, Mrs. W. B. Dickson, and Mrs. James Morrow of for the highest average; a We do expert

colonial bouquets of bronze green cymbidium orchids. was a large urn, placedon Mrs. L. K. Edwards III, Mrs.C. Jacksonville, exchanged their Woodrow Wilson Fellowshipsand

and yellow chrysanthemums The mother of the bride- a pedestal and filled with N. Millican Mrs. V. E. nuptial vows September 3. is now a Fellow. She is Picture FramingAll

: and Talisman roses. groom wore a floorlengthgown amber and yellow chrysanthe- Harby, Mrs. W. J. Edwardsand The ceremony took place in a member of Delta Delta Delta

: The flower girls were of fern green silk crepe mums. Mrs. William Edwards. St. John's Lutheran Church of Sorority, Phi Kappa Phi

: nieces of the bride, Mitzi with an over blouse embroid- The bride's table laid withan Also Mrs. Walker Wilson, Tampa with Rev. Martin and Phi Beta Kappa.Mr. Sizes

and Cathy Edwards. Their ered with seed pearls. She ecru Madeira cut work Mrs. Bryan Duncan, Mrs. Ho- Vogelsung officiating. Morrow was graduated Mats Non-Glare

: Empire style dresses were of wore a corsage of bronze cym- cloth, was centered by the mer Agnew, Mrs. Richard -The bride wore a white lin- from the University of Flori- Portrait GlassHeath's

: ivory organza and they wore bidium orchids.Mr. wedding cake and flanked by Mills, Mrs. Harry Talley, Mrs. en afternoon dress, white accessories da and is working on his doc-

; coronets of butterscotch Davis served as best two antique ivory cupids hold- Graham Rose, Mrs. Simmons and carried a nose- torate. He is now an instructor House of Color

i chrysanthemums. They car- man for his son.Groomsmen ing arrangements of Talis- Futch, Mrs. Elmer Heu- of carnations- and step- in psychology at the Uni-
gay 523 W. University Ave. FR 6-1206
; ried amber illusion baskets included the man roses, yellow chrysan- beck, Mrs. Lloyd LaPrade, hanotis.Dr. yersity of South Florida.

: filled with petals. brother of the bridegroom, themums and gold wheat. A Mrs. B. B. Somervell, Mrs.J. The couple has establisheda

: VltThe ring bearer was Mas- Roger Davis of Fort Walton; large oriental screen bordered M. Smith, Jr., Mrs. Har- and Mrs. David Long of home at 13128 Hammer. Avenue -

; itSL' Gerald McCoy Jr. o f the bride's brothers, L. K. with jade trees formed a ry Dozier, Mrs. W. S. Long: Tampa, attendants for the Tampa.

j Gainesville; who wore a whitet Edwards III and John Ed- background for the table. Mrs George Edwards, Mrs. couple entertained wit h a 'I.

t "Eaton suit and carried a pil'low wards of Irvine; John Daw- On either end of the refresh- Leonard Todd Mrs. John small reception at their home

I : of ecru alencon lace. son, Thomas Hatcher, Alexan- ment table were ormolu candelabra Selph, Mrs. Henry Camp, immediately follow ing tile "The House of a 1,000 Fabrics" I

::::T Father Escorts Bride der Parramore of Valdosta, entwined with smi- Mrs. Norman Horne, Mrs. A. wedding.The .

j* Jhe bride, given in marriage John Bell of Quincy, Arthur M. Collins, Mrs. E. W. Bitz- bride was graduated Open Friday Night 'til 9

:-t :her father, wore a formal Jacobs of Fernandina, and lax.The bride's book table, cov- er, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Sr., magna cum laude from the

i :gown of ivory heirloom point Dr. W. R. Heck of Tallahassee. ered with an ecru brocade Mrs. J. J. Taylor, Mrs. C. C. University of Florida last

'iCT esprit embroidered with cloth garlanded with gold Long, Mrs. David Taylor, Mrs.J. April. She was listed in the

: ;:gncon lace, over dulcet satMnr Reception Given rope caught up with flowers M. Green, Mrs. Robert Austin 1964 Seminole Hall of Fame
The full fan The bride's enter- ,, Mrs. William Alsop, Mrs.D. and in "Who's Who Among -
shaped parents was adorned with"an anniver- ._.J ,..!. .' ,
i :::.:--cathedral train cascaded tained with a reception follow- sary candle and gold flowers. R. Smith, Mrs. Harry

"firm:. a large flat bow attach- ing the ceremony at the Sky- ,Keeping the guest book Van Lear, Mrs. Carl S. Lytle, Sale Jif j
I' TEC to the high empire bodice. line Room at Silver Springs. were Miss Eva Edwards, Mrs. Clarence Camp II, Mrs. Rummage Purchase! '- l
I Her cathedral p length Trees of jade and emerald Miss Sandra Gatreel, Miss i Dudley Cole :Mrs. Vance Annual rummage sale of Special j |
1 Duncan, Mrs. Wartman Sher- the Chrysanthemum Garden

-- ley, Mrs. Albert Waldon Mrs. Circle was held Saturday at *
Bridal Party W. G. O'Neill, Mrs. Hugh the Birdsey Lot. All unsold articles Imported Italian ,.
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ComplimentsMiss Croswell Branch, Mrs. R. V. Pioneer Group of the Southern

i .:::COCOA Mr. and Mrs. Rickenbach Mrs. W. F. Bow. Bell Telephone Co. for -..

: % :Billy Jack Furches were en and Mrs. W. W. Richard distribution to the Live Oak : VELVETEEN!

: ::married on August 15 in the BeasleyMiss son. diaster area. .
"...First Baptist Church 0 f t I I
Judith bride-.
: ;Cocoa with Rev. Chan Gar-
the double elect of Grover Lee'Ford, was DIAMOND INSPIRATIONPetite
: :rett performing 99 1
j:ring ceremony. complimented with a kitchen $

: ': Nuptial music was presented shower Saturday evening given Limited Quantity! ;

; by Mrs. C. F. Johnston, by Mrs. J. C. Ramsey at $2.98 Yard Quality!

.organist, and Mrs. Connie her home. ,

: resellers, soloist. The guest list included the : Now at Savings, just

: Formerly Miss Marjorie honoree Mrs. Clarence Beas-

:Elaine Sapp, the bride is the ley, mother of the bride-elect; id '' Gilberg's saves you more on these luxury

daughter; of Mrs. J. K Feas- Mrs. Paul Frierson.Mrs. Lester velveteens They're water and spot resistant.

Iter Sr. of Gainesville, and the Robinson, Mrs. Wade Kite, + 36" wide In fashion-wise colors.
: late:) S. M. Sapp. The bride- Mrs. Charlie Dunn, Mrs. Sam :;

groom is the son of Mr. and uel Gaskins, Mrs.. Gene Rob-

: Mrs. Carl W. Furches 0 f I' inson, Miss Iris Brasingt, f

Johnson City, Tenn. Mrs. Burton Otte, Mrs. R. T. r : Velvet!
4 Brother Escorts Bride i Crouch, Mrs. Frank Hardes- r Fine Quality Transparent

=Given in marriage by herTialf f ty, Mrs. I. C. Robinson and fashion
brother, Kenny Feaster, = Magnificent transparent velvets .
Mrs. R. J. Williams Jr. '
the bride wore a floor length i iI 'T right for the coming Fall season. 39 inches

: gown of peau de soie and Have their wide and crush-proof too.

4 con lace. Her veil of illu- portrait made '
-si n fell from a crown of se- $198
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::Mrs. Beth Rodamer. Brldes- Johnson Term. both
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: sheath gowns of ice Archer, Hank Mass, John i15.; ; Regularly I $1.00 Yard! 68C

blue peau de soie, matching Meyer and Mike Welborp. ,
Accessories, and carried cres Following the ceremony, a \ ? Buy NOW and Save! just

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both and not harmful to either." Some marriages can hardlybe Care. An Italian way of expressing love is "Ti vog' lies
more than this. As the definition says, there's no harm in bene," which literally means, "I desire your well-bemg..1* a
Writer Examines LoveWith it. But don't call it love. is a happy choice of words, for it shows the direc o ,.i4 '
Dependency. The wife who lives'with her husband out of which ,love moves. True love implies a' desire for the wth.t,
sheer' dependency might ,kid. herself ,into believing, "1' love fare 'of the loved one. But being an active, not a passiyt,, lt
( the American way of life is the key to our destiny him." But if she really searched her: soul, she would changethe quality, love does not stop there. It goes on to do something, T
as a nation, the American way of love is the key to our THE AMERICAN WAY protestation to, "I know which side my bread is but- -to promote the welfare of the loved one. It cares. .S r
future as individuals. Shan we be healthy or neurotic, fulfilled tered on.-" Dependency, masquerading as love, is a.hold-over .Productivity. Love Is not a welfare state. The care it giye?.,.
or unfulfilled, happy or miserable? Howard Whitman, by from childhood. The wife, or husband, who clings' to marriage is productive care, designed to promote the loved one's own, po
noted writer ,on human affairs, pat love under the micro OF LOVE simply out of, dependency has not really found a loved growth and development It is not a debilitating carecare
scope. See how hIs findings fit into your life. First in a Howard Whitman one, but merely a parent substitute. which denies the essential independence of the loved one and ".

series) ,Domination. Some 'people have a powerful need to domin- ends' up robbing him of his own resourcefulness. Jn- ,
LOVE-TRUE OR FALSE? So we really aren't talking about love at all. We are ate. And in marriage :they find the ideal setting for totally stead, true. love inspires the loved one to use his talehtSand ; I

There was a very self-centered young lady in old Vienna, talking about exploitation.What capturing their mate.. Under the guise of love, they pro- resources to the full. It helps to make the loved one.,,a.
and one day the psychiatrist, Alfred Adler, heard that she do we really mean when we say "I love sports ceed to brainwash, _re make, and subjugate the object of creative, productive person. ?? s
had fallen in love. cars"? Quite simple. We would like to possess one. Again, their affection.Captivity,yes. But love,no. Responsibility. Love never takes the attitude of "Let George ..
He asked with a smile, "Against whom?" we are not talking about love; we are talking about pos- Overprotection. There was a popular song some years ago do It." It does not pass the buck. It involves a deep;'IT I.,
Love, as every student of the human mind must soon session. called, "Don't Fence Me In." How many husbands do just tender, sense of responsibility toward the loved one. It does, '_
discover, is not one, but many things. It flies many flags.It "I love basketball." Is there any real love in that kind this to the wives they profess to love? They proceed to isolate not express itself .in meddling and domination. It does not
wears many masks and some .disguises. Even the word of declaration? What it really 'means is, "I get gratificationout them from the world, from exploration and adventureinto overwhelm the loved one. But it supports, guides, and Bas
I love has many meanings of watching a basketball game," or "I get enjoymentout the wonders of living: to encapsulate them within the sists. It has the courage to be of help even when help is''Wit "
I In tennis, love means "nothing." of playing basketball." Love is not involved. little prison walls of overprotection. wanted, to assist even when assistance is resisted. If One- *
In marriage it means everything.In Don't Know What It Is :
Self-sacrifice. There is a great need in some people to loves, one feels responsible. _-;
the rest of life it can mean most anything."Love" Undoubtedly many husbands "love" their wives, and wives valuable than our -
the role of is !
play .the, heroic sacrificer. But on examination it, Respect. Nothing we own more personal : A
has been called the greatest word in the English "love" their husbands in the way they love apple pie, sports is often found that the sacrifices are for the benefit of integrity. To love is to respect that integrity. Our in-,
language. Undoubtedly more people have lived for it than cars, or 'basketball. They want to exploit them. They wantto themselves, filling their own ,inner needs rather than accomplishing tegrity Is our wholeness, the complete package which makes yq
have lived for money, fame, or pleasure. And them. They want to get gratification from them '
probably more possess anything 'worthwhile for the object of an their each an individual in his own right If Mr. Doe loves fir.
people have died for it, or lack of it than have died combination of the three., '
sacrifices.: Guilt feelings often are wrapped up in this. wife he might not necessarily agree with her opinions, put
from cancer or bad hearts. An eminent marriage counselor, the late Dr. Abraham
Sense of he does respect them. He certainly respects her right to havew
Duty. find
Two themselves
people married, 'and
It's Misunderstood Stone, once said: "Our greatest difficulty is that most

people her not shadow of
opinions. He respects as a person, as a
But in addition to being the greatest word in the language, even many who think themselves happily marrieddo couple are supposed to love one another, and so paragon'of'
himself. He loves her not necessarily as a
"love" also is the most misunderstood. not know what love is. So many husbands are like the they do. This we might call "love by rote." It is not a
but precious
beauty or intelligence just as a
competence -
We say, "I love who said quality which flows freely and sparkling like water from a ,
apple pie, "I love sports cars, "I man oranges. If an orange could answer package of herself. *"."
love basketball," or "I love my wife." back it would say, "What do you mean you love me? All spring, but is.ladled out laboriously bucket by bucket with a
We use the full consciousness of the'' effort all the way. It is forced, an NEXT: LOVE-WHO NEEDS IT? ?
same word. Do we mean the same thing? you really want to do is squeeze me, take the best out of
When we say, "I. love apple pie," what we really meanjsjhat me=-and then throw me away!" imitation of the real. thing. (Copyright 196, by Howard Whitman) ..? ".
I we have designs on it. We want to devour it.3PIECE To find the path of true love, there is only one point of True Love Distributed by The Register and Tribune Syndicate 4M_ ;,,

: I departure: loving is giving,not taking. ..., .' Now if'jou've survived that checklist, perhaps you'd ......-..,
I Everything is so commercial these days that the 'prevalent like to try another.. Here are some of the hallmarks of true Wedges of pared cantaloupe
t t orientation is, "What can I get out of it?" But this is' no love: served with wafer-thin slices of '

i, part of the true 'language. of love, which instead., .asks only, Interest. To love another person one must be genuinely in- the Italian ham called pros-
"What can I give to it?" terested' in that person. A husband who loves his wife has a ciutto has become popular as an :
It's a Giveaway deep interest in what she thinks about what she stands for, appetizer. If you try this combi-
To paraphrase late President :Kennedy, ask not what what her problems may be, and what makes her happy. nation, accompany it with a
your loved one 'can do for you ask what you can do for One speaks of "music appreciation" in developing the love of pepper mill so diners can add a
I II your loved one. music. There is also "human appreciation" in developing 'the
little freshly ground pepper.
II I Love, then, is a giveaway. But it is unlike any other give- love of a person. q
II I away in human experience. For the more you give away, --
the richer you get That is the irony about loving.On If you are planning to prepare s A
I the surface it appears that we are doing something curried chicken ahead to
for somebody else, but deep down in the wells of the human reheat in the oven, you might M ,t n.
spirit when we love we are doing something very preciousfor like to sprinkle the top of the .< (

ourselves. Nearly everyone agrees that to be unloved is casserole with flaked coconut.As NATURALLY
a'' sorry state indeed.' But to be unloving is just as sad a an accompaniment to the '
state. In either case the human spirit becomes a desert. dish, serve mango chutney and

It isn't easy to love. The capacity for love is among the ground roasted peanuts. o6t41ie
rarest of human qualities. Oh, we glibly make claims to it. 1M1fiMI
We say, "But of course I love my wife," or "Why certainly I
I love my husband." But are we speaking of real love or 2' .-.- ".ttJ' I i
r just a combination' of disguises which pass for love? Is is ; ho. r) I I
I love-true or false? NANCY JANE I
Some Check Points
V: School of Dance \ .
v Here check .4
are some points. Gird yourself with courage
J- and In the privacy of ,your own heart give yourself this test 1 207N.L 7th' St. c. 1
of love. There are six common forms of false, or pseudo, 372-2589 I
love: d
I Symbiosis. This is a kind of co-existence, like two posts -
which stand up simply by leaning i against each other. The TAP, BALLET, TOE, l
wife cooks and keeps house, and the husband brings home :, ACROBATICS, JAZZ, N
the bacon. In biology symbiosis is defined as "the living together BATON TWIRLING \
in intimate association, of two organisms where the
t association is advantageous, or' often necessary, to one or I ,
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t*' 11scj Hears Talk By Madison I, i .. ,

$13.00 it J .
cj Prof. Long Smooth Leather ;.

I I I II Dork Brown _
Stephen Gano Scotch Grain =
I Long, faculty member of the Antique
I English Department of the HERITAGE in brown t

University of Florida, was green,
guest speaker for Xi Phi
Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, recently $ un, [_ 1"1 :
'at the Guaranty Federal aI

Building. _,\ -
"The Written Word" was SmartSmoothie -s r I miss
the program presented by patMiss .:

Professor Long, who discussed ,..,1(',
;I methods of making correspondence -
I interesting and ef-
i fective. GALLERIKS The season's smartest classic I Pat's -'11I
ENSEMBLEYou i Refreshments were served sport casual in beautiful smooth I "Ii! "'
; following the program. leathers. This fashionable "Go" SuitGoing
can't be ,overlooked in this Towncliffe: I Mrs. Reid Poole, 3706 SW moccasin with the elegant touchof
ensemble coat and suit in 100% Souffle i 6th Avenue, will be hostess talM handsewn vamp detailing is I everywhere Is the smart cut-
cobblestone tweed hand tailored in ev- : for the next meeting slated decorator service the perfect shoe accessory for away bras blazer button jacket with classic long sleeves concealed and
casual wear.
October 13 at 8 no band slim skirt In easy wear
detail in stunning p.m. "Ml
ery $TfTfCOO It care Regimental fabric 50*
golden fizz cotillion blue. ** Fortrel' polyester/50% cotton. In
brlstol blue and tobacco.
i Ever add a suspicion of nut- I &ru / i
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to the mix-
egg-and-milk 18
Use Regular or Central Charge meg : 15-16
,ture you use for dipping bread I 111 PAGAN'SBOOTERY

"Bourn afranklin's for 'French toast rl

( ouege bop"Free Cardamom seeds may be SEE OUH DAH.Y TV SHOW WE5H TV 2 6 15 AM LIBBYEIS.NtXTTO .,

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Forking Rear Of Store I I pounded in a mortar with a pes- BLOCKER and TURNIPSEED Lay-Away !?,

Books Closed Pay November I tIe. Cardamom is used frequently 102 W UNIVERSITY AVE. il i Central Charge = ,
401 W. University Avenue FR 2-4606 in Scandinavian recipesfor "MR N ITU RE CO. OCALA !: Free Parking
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Sunday, September 27, 1964 Gainesville Sun tr

, Student Wives Invited to Fall Tea Rose Society Slates Joni ;':

The University of Florida s
Dames will be entertained for Installation TuesdayGainesville
their annual Fall Welcoming Studio of the Dance
Tea"'Saturday afternoon by .a
Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, wife of Rose Societyhas They are Dr. A. P. Black, I 406 E. UNIV. AVE.
the president of the University slated the first meetingof president; Dr. John R. Sites, I

tof Florida. the 1964 65 session for vice president, and Miss Adult Conditioning Class

The party is scheduled for Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Guar- Eunice M. Disney, treasurer. Beginners Ballet Jazz ,:
3<o: : 5:30: p.m. at the Pres- Outgoing chairman is
ident's Residence, 2151 West anty Federal Communityroom. Commander N. L. Smith. WED., SEPT. 30 :<

University Avenue.An Y "kd 7:30 to 8:30 P.M. ,
invitation is extended to : A panel discussion Serving on the hospitality For Information, Call- ;
committee will be Mrs. O. C.
all old and new wives of students
and all married worn- 1 t ,. "Rose Growing", will. fea- Ruelke, Mrs. R. Leighty and Come by or call for appointment
eCsfudents to attend the tra- F 4.w. 3 d4.fi ture the program. Mrs. N. L. Smith. 372-9898 t '

ditjppal "welcome". Recently elected officers All persons interested in PHONES 372-3569

Because of an incomplete will be installed at the meet. growing roses are invited to
mailing list, any student wife, N a x' iYas ing. attend.
even though she is not a mem- --

ber, is welcome to attend the Xf Y s .!. :: ; ,. :; : :1::g: : _.... ,..x
tea,. Hats need not be worn r- f \ I
r.1 I &
T *
ache:: West end of the Drill F, *
FfcW\ I, which is the end nearest !t

to the President's Resi- ,....,'y.'}' % ig ii
s r: ty
Groups Included !: 'Itj Y J
The Dames, a social orga r 4c :1 : '
nization of the wives of stu- ; '
$ iA' axr."y i"1wt: ,%s4Qar xi 5 yp! y9 .
dents and married ..."'11II &..
.students, is composed of 10 c
each 4.pMI iJ I = I : I : = II.-- "'. .... .N= I"' ''
separate groups representing "j
a college within the f ;

University.Each group. elects a rep- I feather-llghtpanty i !

"tentative to serve on the Executive -
Board, which co ordi- eE is all lace lastique j;'. 8 c
nates all activities of individ- :'ft NOW... It

'Mrs.groups.George Butler, member Officers of the Architecture and Fine 7 Arts Dames address invitations for the I forsmoothevencontrol in I

of the University W o m- annual Fall Welcoming Tea of the University of Florida Dames Saturday, October Mryx revolutionary i

en's Club, is the adviser forth 3, to be given by Mrs.'J. Wayne Reitz, wife of the president of the university ; .. new i
G- 4 8fLYCRA
Dames. at the President's Residence. Pictured above left to right are, Mrs. G. -rr controls 8
I Some 1,800 student wivesare Ted McGee, Mrs. Ted G. Potzner, Mrs. John F. Curtis Jr. and Mrs. Mel Bryan. Go-/' ,: ') 0
for Go L. in smooth 3
:eligible membership t. g SPANDEX! g
frorrrthe following colleges: lace
award Ph. T. Degrees to mem\ lastlquej #
Agriculture, Arch itecture, bers who have studied and I g a of nylon jj 2 2g ) 6
r n&"Arts, Arts and Sciences, I II
Business Administration Edu- practiced the science and art 1 andLyoanoshow ,

cattoj, Physical Education, of Pushing i Hubby I! a r'i .

Engineering, Journalism and Through". i G o
Communications, Law, Medi- Any student wife interested p',% t' 3 I BELAIRE I IIBESTFORNI

cal, Health Related Services in joining Dames should call i I ryMi V.r g ,{, 1 through" I
and Pharmacy. Mrs. Van Heinigen, membership -
chairman, send card panels or i
Projects SponsoredEach or a gg
group sponsors various to 250-R Flavet III with name, i, seams IX I
projects throughout the address and phone number. i o Lsy
year and plans programs to The Florida Chapter of Io 4 : -5.I !) QLoOk3

entertain and assist student Dames joined the National 1, wears &ght \ g

wives. Association of University I and '99 i
., f easy jj
At- gradution, the Dames Dames in 1949. : g
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LYCRA SPANDEX is 3 times lighter than rubber
I f.: Marks-Capo GLAMOROUS' EYE ,APPEAL g idea for LYCRA SPANDEX is softer,longer wearing, too
ii Y
withThe : LYCRA SPANDEX is machine washable
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Robert g U g ttts o. isliRl LYCRA SPANDEX assures firm,comfortable fit t
Marks are making their homein xt"W kd Canopy ClocheThe tsc .o awi. ;cmac..a..www 0
Gainesville after their mar-

riage, which took place September s p new four cornered brim of I CINDY byBESTFORM ftA
19 at the Baptist rayon velvet for face framing
Church of Nahunta, Ga. Rev.E. flattery excitingly combinedwith tttt
H. Morgan was the officiating a crown of simulated reptile tttt
clergyman.The leather. ftOr
bride, formerly Miss 12.98 Ortt 1 ....
Marsha Ann Capo, is the Y'.xafl. Others 19829.98 ttft ftft Imagine! Instead of panels-lacei Instead of rrinforcemenU; ;5 i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. ftft -+}ace! Yes,this Sight Irttte panty girdle hokts, smooths : ",' === :;:;
T. Capo of Gainesville. The N g controls without feet i t g or looking buH of 4 trader' your skinniest dresses, stretch pants, $2 99;gMightjrbte fashion at a pennY-Pinching price! And four way to choose *
is the Mr.
bridegroom son slacks. Quick wash and dry.White. Sizes S-M-L. & your figure control:girdle and panty,plus mid-thigh and extra-long !leg#
and Mrs. E. H. Marks of .. j panties with wide, wide elastic cuffs to give you the smoothest lines of jH;
Walton, W. Va. .r S a lifetime. All in white. Sizes S-M-L. Extra long-leg pantie $5.00 '::',
Mrs. Marks was graduated : &.
i B;1=! ::'
from Gainesville High School. .
"Too hippy? (H) ;>(tJHH) (H.
She-received her L.P.N. degree THE STORE WITH MORE I
Mrs. Glenn Robert Marks i
from the Alachua Adult
Education Program, and is ing with the U. S. Navy andis Central Charge-B-L ChargeLayawayThe I feather-light I

chua presently General employed Hospital.Mr. by. Ala- stationed,at Mayport. I I This pretty panty slims'i
11- rf
Marks, a graduate of eEI tto of
Walton l High School, is serv- Look of Fall in Sportswear ;t i from waist to thighs ftft extra-long leg panty o

fttt '

Bridge By Famous aiJ.een. ttft tttt tttt controlling Lycra lace i

A R nits 7ps a 7 twin! tttt fttt

Club NOW IN GIRLS SIZES .: .. .>, side reinforced panels ttft fttt tttt ttft ?q wAerrxisr, y.y y, smooth Light and g

ws ftft
4.t a dF.wA fttt
) a... k to slim fttt tttt
I 3 to 6x and 7-14 r w 4 hips and &tttt i no panels ttft
i I tttt to show fttt
'. The high quality of famous Aileen I thighsbeautiful tttt ttft
tttt fttt
>, through
RALPH H. BLODGETTThe i i l Ladies Sportswear now in :sizes tttt ttft tto

fractional master pointgarte + v for girls in the set and 4x ftft
younger g itM 4
of the University City I ftft ,z -, tto
Bridge Club attracted 40 play- ;!, subteen's o j .- s nylon fttt ftft ".A. ; Nylon and ftft
ers to Weed Hall on Wednes- front ttft ftft Lycra ftft

day evening. The average i I I MIX or MATCH I 7Th11' panel ftft ftft lace lastique# fttt
score was 108 for all pairs.I ftft h. ttft
Harry C. Boardman dragpjffithe j' Cotton Knit i ftft ftft toraH!! ftft
writer over the finish i j jIhwin vertical ftft ftft ftft
I around control fto
first place among the :i iN Y :. I stretch ftft
Shirts and Slim urnsWon't ftft i .
rth South pairs with a \J ii .. ftft + h k.' 0
score of 146% match points. Lycra ftft ty < ; *
shrink or stretch out p
flr.;and Mrs. R. K. Irey weregcojid I w.--- I satin ftft ftft Perfect ftft ftft

with 120, Mrs. James i r of shape. elastic ftft ftft garment under ftft ftft
.Anderson and Mrs. Ml4e I k Slim Jims lock lined ftft y L w. ftft
are ,
5j ;
M et were third with 117, b1 :: ftft ftft hiphuggingslacks. ftft ftft
woven in to eliminate lining ftft ftft
and.trs. Genevieve Stern and ? I SPANDEX ftft ftft
Sirs! Louise Foster were I slipping problems. LYCRA ftft ftft ftft ftft
Qjufjh with 108%. ftft a '
I Solids Stripes ftft r g

Mrs--Mrs.! Harry Robert R.W.Warfel Jones won and I I 0 Novelty Patterns i "LYRIC" by ftft ftft ftft ? Long, long ftft ftft
top donors in the East West 1I I 1i ftft ftft controlalmost- ftft ftft
direction with a score of 131 1i i BESTFORMThis ftft ftft
ifiafch points. Second went to !i i ttft 55 ftft
l1ttHarry C. Boardman andRobert ftft ftft the knees! ftft ftft
W. Jones with 125%, I all new,attractive long-leg panty gfnfla! Is
I g cimpty grand the way ft controls hips.The i
tjisd to Mrs. S. Kirkpatrick CINDY
and Mrs. V. Barker with i J KNIT SHIRTS SLIM JIMS i vertical reinforced side panels give you a lean look AndS by a
.stretch Lycra'elastic back and beautifully! ftft
:jj3%, and fourth to Jerry Es- o appliqued nylon front also help slim With an
jck and K. Francke with 3to6x . 2.49 to 3.99 3ro6x ... 3.99 a that;ya*enjoy the control of light < F I BEST FORMe ftft
i51h. i g comfortable Lycra Spandex power net V*% 9 5 ftft ftft
::The club will meet again on iI I White. Sizes S, M, L, XL. \J. ftft ftft
Wednesday: at 7:30 p.m. atWeed i 7 to 14. . 1.99 to 4.99 7 to 14 . 4.99 0Jtnt about the prettiest panty ever...for the figure fto
Hall, 107 NW 15th Ter- I i Also available In girdle version, S, M, L XL S95. ftft ftft on-the-gol Lacy lastique holds and controls everywher.0
race. All interested bridgeplayers I B-L CHILDREN DEPT. :ftC without "show-through" seams or panels. It's fashioned o o
invited to attend g almost knee-length for true slimming. And ftft
aad compete.are I ,........... '...... it's light as light can be!White. Sizes S-M-L''$3 9 9 ftft
w -- .. i fta Also available in panty brief $2.99. ftg
Use Central Charge : 0
Wedding Date I ;:- y# -
r B-L Charge or our C
: October 4 o

...The wedding of Miss Betty I I Layaway 1 Y g# B-L Foundations Dc P t. 0g g

fceu Williams and George W. "Where The Fashion Minded Mold Their gc
jfrawdy Jr. will be an event
I Store Hours &\INESWI..U> 0C
Tn. at the Carole Estates : SHOPPING CENTER tI-
Baptist Church. 1302 NORTH MAIN ,STRKT gi
10 a.m. 9 r 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
WU1 friends and relatives of p.m. L

.tSe couple are invited to at- Buy on Central Charge-B-L Charge-layaway ;
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'..fr : ', A World's Fair. .. .

%V : Of Values .,

90th W' .. 'c (AND SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! ON THESE .:


.' .;," '' '';; '1" :
1 0001. PURE WOOLS t' $'''''' ..' '- :-.( ., :



REG. 2.99-3.99,



3-6x, REG. 3,99 SALE 2.99 ((', CORDUROYS
7-14, REG. 4.99, SALE 3.99 REG. 1.19,


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REG. 99c, SALE 79c YD. R

FALL SKIRTS C. 1' REG. 1.00, SALE67cInfants' WOOLEN ( : ,


i ? ( new, easy way to
7-14lCOTTONSOR( ?' ,n,,, SPECIAL 1.00
4 -: MNMIN F r'z1sq:1t ,=, make your skirts!)

SALE 3.994.991i':1" I j r '=! EMBROIDERED KNEE. .
TWEEDS, __ \\j .
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: GIRL'S 3-6x & .. R CRAWLERS, REG. 1 1.99,
.. SPECIAL 1.99 M =
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jJ 7-14 FINE ; SALE 1.59, 213.00.i .
g -.i:?tai@i : .
OR WIDE Street Floor, Center Floor' t
Shop Piece Goods Shop2nd


Jt 7-14, SPECIAL 1.99
T 72" x 108", REGULARLY 3.99, ANNIVERSARY SALE 3.49 '1:'''


81" x 108", REGULARLY 4.99, .d,.. ANNIVERSARY SALE 4.491
>3-6x&7-14, SPECIAL 1.69Girls
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,iii"i'ii'iI, 'ii_\ \ ELECTRIC BLANKETSREG. 1a\ 4"r4i .J

BOYS' 1 TO 7 i
41 1fl11I; ISs
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_Street Floor, Center xI ,
Little Boys7 Shop "VIOLETTA"IN .
FALL 64 0 S nS


Shirts : 5 SALE 1.29: c
SALE 49cj: :C
SPECIAL 5.00 ..
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"NOBLECRAFT"MATTRESS 45" (SINGLE), REG. 3.99, SALE 2.99 "".......i',; tJ-jj x .
1 ORIG. 3.98-6.98 q "" t,
\) 63" (SINGLE WIDTH),REG. 4.99, x
2.993.99BOYS' "
SALE PADS SALE 3.99 "'.;i. :,

6 TO 16 .> ANCHOR BAND STYLE 63" (DOUBLE WIDTH), REG. 10.99, a

QUILT LINED TWIN, REG. 3.99, SALE 8.99 .,y; s
84" (SINGLE WIDTH), REG.. '5.99, T '> s
REG. 4.99. .

TWIN, REG. 4.99, SALE 9.99 ] :', ? .
84" (TRIPLE WIDTH' )', REGI-7 Th9- -
: SPECIAL 4.99 $j 5.99,
-Street Floor. Center KING, REG. y? g f
New Shop 7.99 .
Boys' ; -2nd Floor
ANNIVERSARY SALE 6.99 HMM Furnishings Shop

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From "Little Dinners For
V. Two" To The Most
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fI Lr;; ROBES & FRENCH PURSES ( Z Formal Party "
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J GOWNS SPECIAL 259 OR 2/5.00 is \ : EVENING l'c:
ft SLIPS f .i4: \ GOWNS :'-mA
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f ANNIVERSARY doqUdrtM., .
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I -1 rw i rt .115 f
.F OF NYLON ,--:{.us
SELECT SEVERAL FOR Evening Dresses-2"' Floit11ot; lIlt
1 -Street Float r r0
TRIMMED Handbags Shop .. "LAMPL"SWEATERS !t'r, uaiege

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4 14 f t ? FRIDAYS .. WEAVES OF '
Peignoir' "* i WOOL, ORLON OR '
'TIL 5:30 : \
SALE 7.99GOWN \ki ."
ORIG 8.99 TOY.
: Ii OPEN DAILY AT 9:30: .. .; -

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Rose mix
i One of 2 $r
Styles To = ..!?;<:. great and '

ChooseFrom = -- .... on match ,>

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SALE s .0" ... ,
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3.95 S / / OR PLAIN.
SALE 2.99 ( :
FIRST Q\ I L ORIG. 8.99-14.99, ;

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ANNIVERSARY SALE 2.99 Floor -2nd Floor i
TRADITION Treatment-Cosmetics-5" Sportswear Shop




FOR OVER 40 \. ', OPERA PUMPS ,no :;; .
REG. 10.95 '. .,'..;,., -- ------ ----
F (SHOWN LEFT) SALE 6.99 00 l

;fR STRETCH LACE & : i f : ,,.REG.' 23.00. NOW ILl PR.'S,. Ge
CON- Si"i' r
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SB Gainesville Sun Sunder September 27 1964 **

I .f September Bride- Sorority Coffees Listed for Newcomers .1 I If

II Hither And Yon II IIBy Dinner The University of Florida Newcomers will be contacted reached should call :Mrs. Stan :

4 Alpha Gamma Delta,Alum- Newcomers, a part of the by telephone. ley Laughlin, 4110 SW 5th Ave- I
University Women's Club, Any who have not been nue. ) I
I nae Club will have a "Get will begin fall activites Tuesday .
RUTH WEIMER Acquainted Dinner" for new and Wednesday.At .
Few families can equal the romance and excitement pre- I members in the Gainesvillearea 10 ajn. and at 8 .
vailing at the Cecil Gracy home as preparations for the at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof both days, coffees will be p.m.given -
third wedding in eight months are underway.The Mrs. Roy E. Tew, 1303 for all "new" Newcomers
Gracys' daughter, Ann, will be married to Capt. NW 31st Street. and for continuing I V
John Eliot of Mansfield, Ohio., Saturday afternoon in a All new alumnae in the of the Newcomers members
home with only relatives and very close friends 1 S invited groupat
ceremony Gainesville area are
: Ui the University Wia)/>>lyCto"i
attending. A reception will follow with long-time friends a L {a aCCettd aad ace asked CucoAtact.l > dtititoouse JPest A'ewterry
fac&.da gcteCtttecaa4Q. STS. CSask F. ? Road BlrJdfj
t tio i as 4ett' living it 1Ktst 'S'S tW 3Vass Officers hr m 1X5 are: il
the V. S. Government [ All new faculty wives and
while working as a civilian employee lor
j J Mrs. Clark P.,Jones, president members of the university
w ,
came home via ship September 14. a Mrs. W. F. Moshier, t
Her fiance, a West Pointer now stationed at Fort Hood, vice president Mrs. C. K. faculty are invited to attendone 1r
Texas, is to arrive Monday. His' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beale, secretary; Mrs. G.W of these coffees to become
John Henry Eliot of Mansfield, Ohio, arrive Thursday and 1 Dreblow treasurer Mrs. acquainted with activities
be's grandmother, pL ; and facilities of the university
of the bride to
will be hcuseguests altruistic chairman
L. J. Myers, and the
Mrs.William G.Nicklas. : and Mrs. Tew, IRD City of fF Ii
The Gracys' son, Larry of Dallas, Is expected to arrive 1Yc chairman.; Gainesville.THE .

this weekend and join the family houseparty. altruistic .u:
j As its project,
This will be the first autumn wedding for the Gracys. I
i I the club furnishes a local,
Hendricks m,
I whose daughters, Sarah,' now Mrs. W. W. M Fx
j with Christmas
chose February for her wedding, and Mary, now Mrs. I needy family a t
basket filled with food
.. ,
James Feiber selected 'August for her nuptials.
F I and gifts; contributes to the I,
Fraternity's main project in j
the Gainesville guests attending the wed-
Among many I
dmrof Martha Jane Edwards and Doug Davis, which took \ cooperation with the National 4i = ? It
plSeeMast night in Ocala's First Baptist Church, was Mel v | Society for Crippped Children FAVORITE SPOT t
Philpott, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry M. Philpott. li and Adults by initiate IN TOWN TO i. r 1
Mel, a sophomore at Yale University, flew home for aweekefM ing the Alpha Gamma Delta MEET FOR NOON 0
visit with his family. He had left early in Sep- Rehabilitation Project with LUNCH. AVE.
k706 W. UNIVER.
tembervfor _New Haven and, with the famous Yale singers 'r x:'"x" first emphasis in the area of
Martha's i. :1, : k ;IX5j;. brain-damaged children.
week in Vineyard .
a "The Sizzwinks, spent a : :::
"! Mass., where they planned and practiced for their annual ? .. Fraternity chapters in Florida 11
Yale Glee Club. .7 i: k rk? : located at Florida ,3
.- fall tour. Mel is also a member of the are r l .J
/ Mrs. Herbert Silber, pictured above, is the former State University and Florida
/ Cocoa Beach was the work-vacation spot for a bevy ofGainesville Miss Linda Register, daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Southern College.
clubwomen who attended the Florida Federation Orel A. Register of LaCrosse. Her marriage to a
of Women's Club State Board meeting last week. Herbert Silber son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Silberof
Mrs. Mark Emmel, state federation president, who had Satellite Beach and High Springs, took place GET THE BEST
just returned from a National Board meeting in Williams- September 20 at the Antioch Baptist Church. The PRICE '
burg Va., and Washington, D. C., was working at high newlyweds have established a home in Cocoa Beach. H'Thwu&WedzIY
speed in spite of fracturing her right arm two weeks
ago. Lois, turned her ankle and fell in a freak accident at YOU CAN FJN&! v
home recently. i ,
I ong these going down to Cocoa were the following ): ..ffd.mka J': s. Mink'! '
pibers of the FFWC Board: Mrs. Charles B. Outen Mrs. THEN SEE US ANt)
|Ed Price, Mrs. Harold Gertner, Mrs. Flake Parker,
3 yk. Jean Mitchell, and Mrs. Fred Heath. Also in the ""',, :' Marvelous Emba fur marvel-
.iincsville group were Mrs. M. T. Hartman Jr., Gaines- Dr. and Mrs. John T. Beckum announce the birth of a ously versatile! The superb silky
rlle! Woman's Club president, and members of her board, daughter, Betty Ann born on September 23, at Alachua General YOU'LL BUY flattery of mink expressing the
Mrs. William T. Arnett Mrs. Sinclair Eaton and Mrs. Hospital. Betty Ann joins three sisters, Teresa Lee, six, ,f' best of fur elegance in beautiful
Arthur Lee Campbell: and Mrs. E. Alray Howard, president Roberta Lindsey, four, and Jo Elaine, two and one-half. ,
stoles with this season's subtle
'4 of the Junior Oman's Club and Mrs. Eugene A. Craig, Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robert at .
vice-president of the Juniors. Whigham of Jacksonville. Lindsey L. Beckum of Gainesvilleis shadings.
the paternal grandfather.
Jay Wilson, son of Dr. and Mrs. James Wilson, spent too from $399 V
many days (he says) in the hospital on Duke University Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Kendall Bullen announce the birth of a The Furniture ManufacturersAMPLE .
campus. A member of the freshman football squad Jay son, Philip Anthony Bullen, who was born September 2 in TM Mutation Mink. Breeder'sAssociation
received a knee injury during scrimmage with the Varsityand Cairo, Egypt, where Mr. Bullen is serving in the American
wound up with his leg in a cast. Embassy. The Bullens have two older children, Grace Elizabeth HOUS:
age seven, and Peter Ripley, who is five.
'' Another "hospitalized" gentleman is H. O. Alford now Mrs. Bullen is the former Miss Helene Fernandez, daughterof ,

at Alachua General Hospital, who was there a week preceding Mr. and Mrs. Pedro V. Fernandez. Mr. Bullen is the son South Main St. at S.w. i 13th St.INFANTS' .H :[
surgery Friday morning. of Mr. and Mrs. Ripley Pierce Bullen.
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11- ) ik b I, !With The I Hurricane Relief Hel.eCompleted $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

. v* n. F-.OI Y' Boys ,: Prizeword Puzzle Corner I
The Hurricane Dora disaster 1' ; SA I

i relief operation in Alachua ; : :i' w "

J. = = County has been completed, aCcording -
to George Don Mason .k' lCbk E ..v
Keystone Club KeystoneClub are invited to attend these ,. Last eek
ifj F advisor Don Large and meetings. .;::- _. :J ....."
.. Red Cross Chapter. 4' p. : a .. 1. The prize for the correct solution To the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE Is $400.
members of the Keystone Club Roller Skating Roller skating 'x : '-: If' ::;: it no correct solution is reached In this SundaY's puzzle the weekly prize will

9 are currently working on plans begins Sept. 28 and will be September 9, when Hurri- .4Y 4 Prizetvord t'T* remain. If the constant winning, at entrant$400 until has solved.a. been.a home-delivered subscriber to The Son

'for "Get Out The Vote" proj- offered each Monday and cane Dora's fullest force was for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be added. If more than
one correct puzzle' Is received from home-delivered subscribers, the bonus will
? '7E w ects. These projects will be intended Thursday at 4 pjn. Clamp on felt here, five shelters were x b be divided among' them.
stimulate interest in skates furnished by the the Red Cross and x 3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-
: to are opened by
j. ExplanationsCLUES WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is received
a the coming elections and en- Boys' Club. 243 persons used these facilities. the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the eon
red solution.
people to exercise Football There
courage Flag are
According to Mason, workers .. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each
BAILEY their right to vote. still some openings for boys 7- ACROSS: clue the word which you think best fits the due definition. Clip out the puzzleor
Telescope Builders Club 13 the flag football teamsat from the national Red Cross use a good exact-size hand drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholesale .
on reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest Is based on skill The
to Gaines-
State School Oct. 21 is the tenative date the Boys' Club. Applicationsare organization came 2. BITTER not bitten. Bitten decision of the fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part must

; set for the start of the Tele- now available at the Boys' ville to help families solve suggests physical injury, whereas agree property to of accept the Gainesville this decision Publishing as a condition Company of and entry.none All can entries be returned.become the

scope Builders Club under the Club. hurricane caused problems. "deeply hurt" implies
5. Anyone. except employs of the Gainesville: Publishing Company and their
supervision of Dr. Robert Hoff wounded emotions, favoring families. may en'er tbls contest.
Scoutmaster dollars
''t" Supt. Bailey Boy Scouts Eight hundred was
i mann. Applications will be Harry Parkhurst, accepted the spent by the chapter to provide &. After. you have filled In the puzzle, paste It on the back of a fourcentpostcard.
Puzzle Pete
Mall It from a Florida postoffic tn Prizeword Pete. Gainesville Sun
made available to interested 1965 Scout Charter for three families with mater- i When "an P. 0. Box 57, ,
Boy 7. WIFE not life. Gainesville Florida. or bring It to the Gainesville Sun Circuatlon -

To Speak boys within the next two Troop 80 at recent ceremoniesat ial to repair their homes, one Our Puzzled Editor I actor" is "touring," that is partof prize, must Department be received Office. at 101 the SE Gainesville 2nd Place.Sun All office entries,not to later be eligible than Wednesday for the

fr weeks. the Boys' Club. Mr. Par k- family with essential house- his life; it is not really an Entries at 1 enclosed am. We in are not responsible for entries lost or delayed In the malls.
envelopes cannot be acceptedf.
'j State Supt. of Public Instruction -I Junior Sheriffs Because of hurst begins his second yearas hold furnishings and eight with influence "upsetting" his life. .

Thomas D. Bailey the large member of boys en- head of the Boys' Club sponsored -food, clothing and other formsof Could You WIFE is more to the point. Each There reader can may be submit no correspondence not more than or FIVE telephone entries calls In each regarding week the contest.contest.
r rolling in the Junior Deputy I
Mr. Parkhurst invites
1. will appear as guest speaker troop. maintenance. S. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
Sheriffs Club Ed McClella n d 8. CONCERTS not concepts.
: before the Gainesville Rotary all boys interested in join- Welfare inquiries were received Circulation Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place. Gainesville.
.,' Club Tuesday. has split the club into two ing a fast growing troop to at- and answered by Mary Use $500? ,"Popular concepts" are simply Fla.. during regular office hours.

:: groups. Boys 10 -13 will meet tend the weekly Wednesday Medlin executive secretary of those widely held by }. Winners.; H any and correct solutions to this Sundays PRIZEWORD
Rotary program chairman PUZZLE will be announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE Published In next
each 4 and "the there is real \
Thursday public"; no
p.m. meetings at 7:30 p.m. the Alachua chapter. She said undays Gainesville Sun.
Jim Quincey announced Bai- 14 and over will meet each Solve I question of "going down well,"
Choir Auditions Today'sPrizeword
are now
ley will talk on the subject of these inquiries came from as 10. The Gajnesnne Sua reserve the ruM 10 correct any typofrapteeal
Thursday at 8 p.m. All meet- being held each Monday far states of Washington as in the case of CONCERTS. errors or any other erroIS which *"* appear tn any published material
as In
away ccooectkm with
vocational education in Flori- this contest.
ings are held at the Boys'Club.
immediately after school for New York, Indiana, New SPIT defined
da "with particular emphasison 9. not spot. -
Boys interested in law .
iJf boys wishing to join the Boys'Club
Alachua County." Jersey, California pointsin as: "narrow point of land
- Bailey's career in educa- organization and enforcement Choir. Choir director, Roy Europe and the far East. extending into a body of wa- Puzzle No. 37

I tion spans back to 1919 whenhe Wolfe, has planned, the larg- What could $500 cash prizedo ter") is more apt, since "a san-

became principal of a school est schedule yet for the coming Whale Meat for you? That could be a dy spot" may well be inland,

II\ in South Carolina. He was first Repair year.Vocational Applicationsare problem for you to solve if you well away from "water." Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

i elected Florida superintendent now being taken for junior For RussiansMOSCOW send us the t"n 10. PEST not past. "When dead"is I

,4 of public instruction in 1948. Lights AtBoys' high school boys in needof single correct truer of PEST, that is, some- RELEASE WEEKEND SEPT. 26/27 1961

The talk will be heard during extra in Math Science solution to today's that formerly ani-
help The whale- thing was
fir ( ) ;
4r, the weekly luncheon of the Club English and History. A dog is on the way to Soviet ta WORD PRIZE-and if mate. One's past is essentially I CH M P R RE \

it Rotary Club at the Ho liday staff of certified graduate students -bles. "dead" in any case it's what f P L EDi

14. Tnn.a from the University will "A surprise will await the you fied for are the quali-subscriber one does in the future, possi- I i 1.

)>- I It didn't take 12 electricianslong meet during the week and will visitors to food shops in the near bly to compensate for the past, YS\ M\ \

Assassination to improve the poorly offer individual ass i stance: future," said the newspaper bonus. $100 that counts. Post is too vague. I E\ OBEI

lighted Games Room Auditor- There is only a limited num- Vecherniaya Moskva Eve- .
14. APT not art. "An APT stu I 14
.1r ium at the Boys' Club Friday ber of vacancies'in this pro- ning Moscow in announcingthe -- EER H RR E
could be in dent" is the to well
kr -.cnort No. 2 evening. The men volunteeredtheir gram. of smoked A prize of $400 type get on

8 k services upon learning of development made from whale your pocket if you send us the and to "be envied." There is \ A A \ T d

AUSTIN, Tex. AP) A report the problem from Boys' Club FALLS DANGEROUS sausages correct solution and you are not nothing obviously enviable, how-
I meat. for the bonus. If in being "an art student."
on Texas' role in the investigation eligible you ever,
Board member, Dick Robinson. 20 cent of injuries The the
Nearly reported sau-
l of the Kennedy assassination per eye paper have been a regular Home- One could be poor at it and oulof 0 17 la
Old fixtures were removed and children the scientific EST \
among are caus- sages, developed by
1-r delivered subscriber to the Sun his depth.
I should be ready this new ones installed in less than ed by falls, reports the National institute of the meat industry, ,
week Texas Gen. for the past 30 days this quali- o S'T RS I II
Atty. Wag. two hours. The room was readyfor Society for the Prevention of were tasty and unusually nutri- 16. SACK not sock. "Hand only"
Carr I fies for the bonus.Wouldn't I !
goner says. regular activity Friday Blindness, Inc. tious. favors SACK, since most of your I I

His brief report will be issued night. -= arm may go into a SACK. Nor- I II
1 I
it be fun to be faced \ \ TRA IOTRE
it is "hand" that"you"
within a week after the release mally, just a
\ The workers Morris' with the of to
were: problem trying
Sunday of the presidential commission's Hoover, Barney Hollyonger, WIN $100 figure out what to do with a can get into a sock. L Y Y

t findings given Presi- Bobby Shepherherd, Joe Hope, PRIZEWORD prize? You'll 18. TOYS not joys. "TOYS give (0 1964 BEU.-McCt.URE SYNDICATE' '

dent Johnson Thursday, the Jim Weeks, Clayton Graves, have the problem when you pleasure." Joys are pleasures. 1 If you are not now a home-delivered sub

.t state officials said. Ted Pauling, Douglas Hess, Hubert soli these clues. Don't forget Boys is too vague. scriber and would like to have The Sun
--- I Bonus for
------ started, please check box Extra
Davis, Louis Seaton, Sam I you have to solve all 25 clueson 24. HOT not not. For a "horse"not I home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2
Crutchfield and Jerry Walker. the same entry blank.
At /llGJ to be "favored" is usual Name
Fall pledges from Lambda and it is inapt to attribute some
4" completed a three Some of them are difficult,
Chi Alpha
special effect to a normal con- !
i day clean up project at the I there's no question about it. dition. HOT is clearly apt. Street Mail to Number: Prizeword Contest I
HOW STRETCH Boys' Club. The project included After all, it wouldn't be a puzzleif The Gainesville Sun

TO YOUR cutting and edging the front the answers were. self-evi- 27. WAGER not wages. The Box 57, Gainesville Fla.

r. of the building and the layoutof I dent. clue's suggestion of a free choice

I INCOME the flag football field. i favors WAGER. Wages, very City State Phone I
included Some readers-'have told us often,' are simply what the job
The fraternity pledges -
I Tom Phoman, Tony\ that we make the puzzle harder pays and are "accepted" as Prizcword Pete

I as the prize money climbs. II such. I
Bauck, Dave Duval, Dave!
we do it's news to me and I
Crow, Bill Cromartic, Byron 28. SINGING not sinning. Since
should know.
n c Chastian, Ole Olson, Tony Wi-I I "boys," in general, are not naturally CLUES ACROSS:

t> Teal Bill How pious, "certain boysmay"
Tote ;/ chowski, Ron ,
i i be that 1. well be especially popular with children.
be. 1 Jim It could very well suit SINGING better than They may
I _" .. ard, Fred Tompson. Wy- ,some puzzles are harder for I 7. A man would possibly resent being in a position tha..
and Tom James were in sinning.
att individual. In other words didn't suit him.
some ,
charge of project. what might be an easy clue I 9. Whatever a man's job might be, he might find that some
Household and Personal Pierce is the current president.
fur you might be more difficult CLUES DOWN are more successful than others.
BUDGET BOOKS of Lambda Chi Alpha. li I for someone else. : 10. Edible root.

GRIDIRON, 1. ESCAPIST not escapism. Es- 12. Seeing one in his path, the driver of a tractor may needto

For Easy Budget Control I! Frequently we receive a tele- capism is "the avoidance of swerve.

I; Shows you quickly where your money Tlleslreeacomnurs Teerenrecrlnmeml phone call asking us to further reality." "The ESCAPIST is 13. An expert might certainly at a painting of doubtful

goes helps you plan for taxes,insurance, GREENBACKS explain some clue. We're sorry concerned with" such "avoid- authenticity.

medical costs and other payments.Keeps but we can't do it. We feel that ance." 18.Keen enjoyment.

accurate records for all personal taxdeductions.PriceS1 contestant should be on 20. Highway. .
I JO.Also$ a CONTEST RULES an equal basis. It just wouldn'tbe 5. DISPLACED not displayed.In 22. Surface of grassland. :'. .- U .z.
the comparatively hectic con-
J CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT fair to the rest of you if we 24. Ordinary-are cheap enough.
gave additional help to one per- ditions of "a sale, goods" may"well '27. Having been let down by a -, a man may be more careful -
CO. I I1f is
\ ji 1. Mark an "XIn hi bex beside S. The Prize will be aWlnIlICit I in future.
i And what's worse
son. we
week ea the basis .f all times for
normal at
the team y** think will "goods"to
Inc. i lallol..DelunlluAvwnCOMING will.i most games selected correctly.. might inadvertently influence a 28. Traffic difficulties in progressive towns are being studied,
.. "be
displayed surely.
II Closeness to the actvlllC. ef ,
caller toward an incorrect an- of course.
106 W. University Aye.I I the tie-breaker game wUI determine
i 2. All entries must include acre the winner in cue an swer. We do not see the answers 6. FELT not belt or welt. FELT
Phone FR 2. .8421 number ef winning teams .
-- I ... the tiebreaker game.Na equal
until after the anSwer
t entry will be fudged en- has been selected. entering makes an all-inclusive CLUES DOWN:
less the contestant selects thescore &. Winner win be announced tn has passed. as it would be what he FELT
ef the tie-breaker. the Thursday Gainesville sunand that caused him to "jump" 2. Mere satisfaction will cause. people to recommend a really
1 I again on Sunday along
1I I !' with the ballet for the following I This may be the puzzle that whether or not it involved a good one. ,
SPECIAL SALE'circulating 'I 3. Use the entry form below era week. There will be awinner in .novel with
3. May be convincingly portrayed a dealing
reasonable facsimile. AM en- each) week and In case I you can solve. Get started on belt or welt
tries must be attached to a of a tie the prize money will entries Read social problems.
post card, along with the con be divided equally among the your right now. 15. TINY not tidy. "A woman" Secret '
oilQUAKER I, testant's name and address.and winners. the rules and check the clues.We'll 4. agent.
mailed or brought into 7. A new ballot will appear ta be for who is really "poor" couldn't 5.Male sheep. '
waiting en-
.:M;. the Sun office by S PM Friday. every the Sunday week. All Gainesville entries will Sun become "tries and looking for a your winner. afford "a tidy sum." Even the"giving" 6. Often it goes straight to the point.

the property of the of "a TINY sum" 8.He may soon find himself in trouble, if he's insolent. .
4. An readers, except employes of Gainesville Sun end none will I Best wishes to all!
55,000 BTUHEATERS the Gainesville Sun and their be returned. This contest Is I Ii I.would involve some "self-sac 11. It wouldn't be advisable to give individuals certain jobs
families. are eligible to ...ter. based en skin. TIll decision i I II I rifice." just because they're in n ed.,1 .
q There is no limit to the number ef the lugs shop be final
.f entries. However, sack and aN contestants taking part 14. Rabbit.
entry must be attached to a must agree to accept this decision 117. CLOAKS not clocks. The
..1i pest card as a condition ef entry '''clue work, "best," implies that, Agreement.
16. One may do so due to having suffered a loss.,'"
0VJt inexperienced "persons" could: .
i 17. Smart blow. : '' ',
"carry out" such "cleaning.
with 10-year guarantee 19. Often describes old iron.
i i ,\\\ From this point of view,
', on the fire pot and 1 GRIDIRON GREENBACKS CLOAKS is clearly better ,than 21. Warned not to in a certain place, you'll. naturally wantto
,' '
know why. { t ;'
rings. I.
vapor .
I I 23. Where a big-is concerned, -there's usually some questionof

ONLY ; a < t I I 23. NAP not lap. "Feeling fit,''1 insurance. '

I : o Army at Texas 0 ,! rather than simply, "fit," suits I 25. Swelling on the eyelid.

; o charY at Michigan 0 NAP better than lap. Just one; 26. There may be times when a timid,. man .is prepared to
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I factor: oa earth for the greatest buildwas about eleven years. old. I was on my way to Church School when I met Tom i t, '

r ), of character and good Snyder. It didn't take much urging for me to; join him in a :fishing expedition. :

... ataeashyi* fnOi It Talw is a storehouse. Without I had always thought it would<< be fun to play hooky. It came as kind of a r{' .. -

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This Series of Messages Is Made Possible By The Following Business Firms, Whose Desire Is :"

To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance

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i Gainesville Granite & Gainesville Production Gertner's Inc. A&P Food Store Town & Country Beauty Central Hairstyling College,

Marble Works Credit AssociationMr. Mr. Harold R. Gertner- Lester Partridge Salon Inc.

Mr. D. Roy LovedayMr. Henry M. Frazee Mr. Virgil W. Harvard 601 S.W.'ZndAve. Ashley Beauty Center Mr. Odell Mines
Gerald D. Heard 4310 S.W.13th St. 1 1133 S. Main St. 3424 W. University Ave. 218S.E.lstSt.

2135 S.E. 4th St. Sapp's Tree SurgeonsMr.

McCollum Drug Company Pete Sapp
Fuller's Inc. Gainesville Center One Hour and
Foto Nursing Martinizing
1124 W.
of Flowers University 4203 N.W. 21st Drive
1324 E. Ave. Mr. Earl N. Davis Jr. S.W. 34th St. North of Cleaners
Ronald R. Wheeler University
Mr. 619 W. University Ave. Archer Road William E. Van Winkle,Sr.
919 W. University Ave. Winn-Dixie Stores Four Gainesville Locations
Jim Sanders
Combs Lumber & Supply Co.
McDaniel Furniture Co. Construction Co. Mr. A. L. Combs Mary Carter Paint Store Henderson Land & LumberCo.
Mr. John W. McDaniel Mr. James L Sanders Marable
Mr. Wm. E. Combs Robert & Helen Gerard Studios-Portrait
1-206 N. Main St. 2604 N.E. 19th Drive N.W. 8th Ave. at 4th St. 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Mr. Robinson L. Henderson PhotographersMrs.

2303 N.E. 27th Ave. H. M. DeTambU

Mac's Drive-In RestaurantJ. Crowder's NurseryMr. Guaranty Federal Savings 602 N. Main St.
Sunnyland Packing Company
A. and H. F. McCormick G. H. Crowder & Loan AssociationMr.
Mr. Thomas E. Hardee1120S.W.5thSt.
1331 E. University Ave. Orange Heights Road Leo J. Thomas First Federal Savings &
: Loan Ass'n.Mr. Howard Hall Agency-
T. Wade Harrison InsuranceMr.
Gainesville Coca-Cola .
Inn Restaurant
Holiday University City Television
249 W. Howard Hall
Co. Bill's Meat Room Inc. University
General Gaines Steak House Bottling
Cable Co., Inc.
Jr. 929 E. University Ave. Mr. Fronk James 605 N.E.1st St.
Mr. John H. Hintermister, 522 N. Main St. .
1900 S.W.13th St. Ernest Roughton y -
1001 N.W.4th St. Gainesville OpticiansMiss Merle Norman Cosmetics
Gainesville Livestock MarketMr.
University City Bank Ola L. Rowan
Marjorie C. Butler
Brown's Texaco Serviced Lannie H. ThompsonN.W. Mr. J. E. Pierson 805 W. University Ave.
513 W.
6th St. Town Tire Co. University
Mr. Robert E. Brown '< & 1116 W. University Ave.
1206 W. University Ave. Mr. Ernest Turbyfill
605 N.W. Sth Ave. Hughes & Chestnut Funeral Vidal Drug Company
Koppers Co.,Jnc.
Mauldin's Auto Glass W. L Copelan-
Coleman Kerosene & Fuel Home
Mr. Chas. H. Abrams
Oil Mr. Jones L. Mauldin Marion Finance Co., Inc. Mr. Charles S. Chestnut W. P. Bourgeois
N.W. 23rd Blvd.
323 N.W. 6th St. 102 E. Ave.
Mr. George L Ellis : University
f Mr. N. L Coleman 18 N.W. 8th Ave.
372-2842 222 W. University Ave. '.,
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Publix SupermarketLynn Air-Way Dry Cleaners &
Morgan Typewriter Agency
& Pierson Inc. Yellow Cab of Gainesville :- Jones-Johnson Funeral Home WasheretteMr.
Kirkpatrick William E.
Morgan 1014 N. Main St. Mr. William L Glasper *
Builders and Developers 901 N. Main St. J. Wallace Brown c a DeWitt C. Jones-
i 1 1308 S. Main St. Phone 376-641 Mr. Harold A. Johnson 202 S.E. 14th St.
Food Fair Stores .... 311 S. Main St.

I Chandler's Drive-in Belk-Lindsey Inc. : J. M. Fields Department Store 1349 N.W. 23rd Ave. ., Bank of HawthorneMr.

RestaurantMr. Mr. Thomas E. Spencer Mr. Joseph E. Williamson' N. Main at 10th Ave. Lamar Pearson Automotive John J. Taylor

T. A. Nielsen 1302 N. Main St. 1409 N.W.23rd Blvd. *e Transmission Service Hawthorne. Florida
Gate City Mattress 505 N.W.13th 5t.i
720 N.W.13th St. -
& Carpet Works ; ,-S ; FR 6-7321 ,
Edwards Building Supplies, \1 4-. : Jim Voyles Appliance Co.: Mr. A. D. Chambless Raymond Tassinari-
Rain & Owens Masonry Inc.'t. "f4 James Cr Anne Voyles 818 W. University Ave. "' "S .General. Contractor

i Contractors Jnc. Mr. Harry C. Edwards c b fr 419 N.W. 8th Ave. McDuff Appliance Store Security Building

Mr. H. Coburn Rain- 726 S. Main St. *.' Jerry's Drive-In RestaurantMr. Mr C. Boyd Greene 1105 W. University 0' Ave.

Mr. W. Owens
t H. Paul Maggard 1.,1.121 N. Main St. -
J.. 1423 N.W. 7th St. .. Badcock Furniture 2310SW.13thSt. "" '

I ) Firestone Store ... '\ '\ Associate Store l Carl ton's Dairy g
} .(Howell's Business College- Mr.'Charles E."Bud"Stewart.: .. ,j ., : ;" { Gibbs Furniture 1 c Jeffcoat Neon Signs RoyaJ Crown ,Bottling Co. 930 N.E. 14th Av*.*

'f .. ti IBM Machines i o' : ,Mr. Kenneth M. Gibbs l! Mr. Hubert Jeffcoat .. ,.f Mr. Jim Hodnett James Johnsoni .*t"
218 W. University Ave. 304.W. University Ave. 1 102S.W.lstAve., ?' \ 1611 S. Main St. Sv 1201 E. University Ave. Hershel Gains

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Sunday, September 27. 1964 Gainesville/ SitnllB ,

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Presbytery < iWt TV I

t. Elects Highlands i RELIGIONForest Personality to Spark

I" Man. as Moderator Westside's ''Rally 'Day'

Ruling Elder Jack Williams ;..w.t. Pk. Baptist Today
1 of the Highlands PresbyterianChurch JC j

1001 NE 16th Ave., was '".!L"J+%..'i J'<> Holds Old-Fashioned DinnerThe A TV personality from the children's show plus the "Kids' will speak to the congretationat -

t elected moderator of Suwannee t. n Tampa Bay area next Sundaywill Bible Club" each Sunday for the the 11 a.m. worship. At the

Presbytery at the Slated, Fall FPS .;! highlight "Rally Day" in TV station. A ventriloquist, he 7 p.m. evangelistic hour Rod
i Meeting of the Presbytery held .. .; 1 Forest Park Baptist ered-dish dinner on the groundsat Westside Christian Church's often features a dummy, "Little rick and "Little Mike" will dis- \SV 9

l, Tuesday at the First Presbyterian -' Church, 1624 NW Fifth Ave., noon today following the current Spiritual Crusade. Mike," as well as other puppets.A cuss the Gospel teachings, with
Church, 300 SW Second Ave. # will have an old-fashioned cov- morning worship services. All Rodrick slated to give the eve-
members and friends are in- Bruce Rodrick: of 'Tampa'sChannel graduate of Minnesota Bible -
Moderator Williams is a native ning sermon.
College and ordained
f vited. Old and new University 8 -,known through his: an Westside Christian ministered
of Greensboro, N.C. He is Christain minister, Rodrick developed -
t Calvary students are especially welcomeand "kiddie" shows as "Uncle' A. Leon has
married to Joyce Whitfield Williams his ventriloquism skill by Langston,
are requested not to bring Bruce will be the guest'
UI carried out its crusade under
t and they have two chili M and puppetering as aids to 0 ,
dren, Carolyn and Laramie. food. speaker for the 11 o'clock morn-, evangelism.At the theme, "A Richer Life with aJRODRICK

Williams, president,of Hillcrest Baptist Plans The 9:45: Sunday school hour ing worship and will also be i, Christ." The church meets! in
i Memorial Park, was ordainedan 1 children will be promoted to featured in other activities of Westside next Sunday he the cafetorium of Littlewood Elementary
the day. will speak tothe congregation I School at 812 NW 34th
elder in the Presbyterian For RevivalThe I their new classes. I
i Church in 1955. Jack C. Oates ; Rodrick conducts a regular assembly with his puppets, and Street.

I III, the new associate campus Next Sunday, Oct. 4, the For- ..' -
pastor for Presbyterian studentsat ru Calvary Baptist Church, est Park church will observethe '. ,
the University of Florida, 2651 SE 15th St., will begin a Lord's Supper at the 11 o'
was examined by the Presbytery series of revival services next clock morning worship.Rev. First Lutheran to Observe I

and approved for ordina- WILLIAMS Sunday morning, Oct. 4, with G. L. Kirkland is pastorat ,
tion. He will be ordained tonight Gainesville was singled out for the 11 o'clock morning worship Forest Park Baptist, and

t at 7:30 at Gainesville's special appreciation by the service. the: church's Sunday program

First Presbyterian Church. Oat- chairman of the Stewardship Rev. Gordon Shamburger, as- includes church school at 9:45 Sunday School Rally DayFirst
es is from Sweetwater, Tenn., Committee of the I Presbytery sociate chaplain at Mississippi am., worship services at 11 ? -
via Columbia Seminary In De- for their high percentage of con- Baptist Hospital, Jacks o n, a.m.and 7:45 p.m., with Train- a
catur, Ga. tributions to benevolent causes ,Miss., will be the visiting evan ing Union at 6:30 p.m. Wednes- Lutheran Church, at Priem; senior high (11th and ers during the year will be:I

.. In other actions of the Pres- through the first eight monthsof gelist. Services will be at 11am. day at 7:45 p.m. is the prayer 1801 NW Fifth Ave., will o b- 12th grade), Miss R. Meyer; Mrs. Clayton L. Hustad, Mrs.

,bytery, the Rev. Malcolm B. the year. Others brought to and 7:30 p.m. for both meeting hour. serve the for annual Rally Da y first year confirmands, Wallace Robert C. Besalski, Mrs. WaIter -, fit, ,
the attention of the Oct. 4 and 11 with program the Sunday school 1
Presbyterywere Sundays,
Koehler minister
of the First
today. During the Mooney, and the adult Bible A. Krienke, Mrs. D a r reI
i, Presbyterian Church in Perry, First Presbyterian of Fer- evening services starting at 7:30 1st Christian school hour at 9:45 all Sunday classes class, the Rev. Robert Besalski. Muck, Mrs. Fred Hansen, Mrs.
nandina Beach Faith
Chapel at Monday through Friday.
was elected ViceModerator.Ken .
shhool Boals Mrs. Charles
will be promoted to the next Sunday secretary is Myrtle ,
Smith of Riverside Pres- Melrose and First Presbyterian, Rev. Shamburger moved to
grade level. Miss Barbara Nagler assistedby Hybl, Mrs. William H. Peterson -
byterian Church in Jacksonvilleand Dunnellon.The the Mississippi Baptist Hospital Now Holds Miss Martha Wirth, and Mrs. Willard Penk, Walter
a student at Princeton Sem- winter stated meeting of recently after serving as The graded course of study Sunday school superintendent is Krienke and G. E. Yost.

inary, was taken under care by the Suwannee Presbytery will pastor at the Grandview Bap- for the coming year is entitled Adolph Wirth, assisted by G. E. Following the 11 o'clock serv-
Suwannee Presbytery in his pre- be held at the First Presbyterian tist Church in Pearl, Miss. Un- Bible "Equipping the Saints. The Yost.
Study ice today a covered dish dinner
paration for the gospel ministry. Church in Ocala on Janu- der his leadership the Grand- lessons are prepared by the Ed-
ucation Serving as alternate teach- will be served. _......
William Hufham, of First ary 26 at 9 a.m. view church grew from a mis- Department of the Lu-
Presbyterian Church of Jack- The Suwannee Presbytery is sion to a church with over 200 The First Christian Church,i' theran Church, Missouri Synod, I (Christ is the ANSWER)
sonville and a graduate of the name of the district of 18 in Sunday school in two years located at SW Second Ave. at for use throughout churches of I and the
Eighth St., has added to its The BIBLE Is The TEXTBOOK I "I 1 am the resurrection
Princeton Seminary, N. J., was counties in North Central Flor- time. Each year the church led synod. life" John II ::25.
examined and approved for ordination ida that extend to the Georgialine the association in baptisms.Rev. program a Sunday even- The classes and staff for the: We read in the book of Job
service at 6 o'clock in our Bible Teaching Sunday School the Lord,
ing in
to be held in the Jack- in the north the Atlantic William T. Crosby, pas- the coming year are: Nursery ((3-I I! that Satan said to

sonville First Church today at Ocean in the east, the Gulf of tor of Calvary, said everyone is form of a Bible study. year-olds), Mrs. Leland Zimmerman I All for his that life.man" Job hath 2 will:4.Man's he give
.- Mexico in invited to the revival servicesand Led by the minister,J. Em-
the west:and Dunnel- ; kindergarten I ((4- concern for physical:
11.Grace Presbyterian Church of lon in the south. to the church's regular pro- met Moore, the study presently year olds), Mrs. B u rce Le-: SUNDAY SCHOOL . 9:45 life' far surpass his concern for
centers on the Gospel of the 'Spiritual', and yet every
gram.A fevre; kindergarten 2 ((5year-i Morning Worship . . . 10:45 gravestone bears testimony,
kickoff- supper will be held Matthew. A 15 minute song olds), Mrs. James Stahmann; I Training Union . . . 6:00 "Appointed unto men once to
Presbyterians to Ordain at the church Saturday night, service precedes the sessions, Primary I ((1st grade), Marten II die. but after this judgment.
Evangelistic Service . . 7:00
I' Oct. 3. Each family is asked to to which'all are invited. Fryer; primary 2 ((2nd Heb. 9:27.
bring a covered dish and their First Christian is also con- grade), Mrs. E. Kurth; JuniorI I I II Jesus Christ said. "I 1 AM
Oates UF Center PastorBy Bibles. A period of fellowship ducting a children's choir ((3rd grade), Miss Joy Priem; I THE LIFE John 14.6

will follow the supper. I practice each Sunday morn- junior 2 ((4th-grade), Mrs. Wil-I UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH The prayer of all men should

GRACE KNIGHT Jack C. Oates III 'has been ing from 9:30: to 10, and all son Scheck; preteen (5th and I be ("Help me to know the
1628 N.W. 6th Street the truth the
Jack C. Oates III will be or- apppointed as associate pastorat To Publish WorkFred children are invited. 6th grade), Mrs. Wallace Mooney -I I way'LIFE',") If any man is ever to
dained as a minister at 7:30 to- the Presbyterian University The church's regular Sun- ; jr. high I (7th grade), Ed- C. F. GEORGE, Pastor I know Christ as his personal

: night in the First Presbyterian Center in Gainesville. C. Scholfield, ministerof day worship hour is 11 a.m. win Hill; jr. high 2 ((8th grade), 1 saviour, who said "Except a
Charles intermed i con-
He is a graduate of Wheaton Hybl; ate i
Church, 300 SW 2nd Ave. music at Gainesville's First II not see the kingdom of God."
Ministers of the commissionwho College, Wheaton' Ill.,, and of Baptist Church, has written an Tabernacle high ((9th and 10th grade), E.I John 3:3,

will be present include Dr. Columbia Theological Seminary, evangelistic solo arrangementof I II
Decatur, Ga., where he received "Roll, Billows, Roll" to be
U. S. Gordon, chairman, D. Today :llarksHOlllecolning
Weaver of Grace Presbyterian the degree :of Bachelor of released Oct. 15 by Broadm a n

Church, William G.. Neville of ,Divinity in June' 1964. Press, Nashville.
He and his wife, the former Scholfield's solo is for medi- I FALLGJt&J/1&ftl
Presbyterian University Center, r
William E. Shea of Highlands Carolyn Milherin of Memphis, um voice with piano accom- I
Tenn., have a daughter Kathe- paniment. It will be availablein Celebration of homecomingwill
Presbyterian Church, and EIders -
rine two months. and religious book be the main event todayat
Dean Lester L. Hale, Prof.H. aged They general
live at 103 NW 11th St. and music stores. Oak Hill Faith Tabernacle
Philip Constans, and Dean (formerly Oak Hill sue.xy. .
Donald J. Hart. They represent Baptist) of IndependI'ent .

f the Suwanee Presbytery. Pastor George E. Tison an- FINECarpeting

__ Jack Oates Jr., father of the Oak Park BaptistTo nounced that following morn-

candidate and an elder of the ing services an old fashioned x Y..
First Presbyterian Church of picnic basket dinner will be Ir'f Ha

Sweetwater, Tenn., has come to served at the church.

Gainesville for the ceremony, Launch Surveya.m. The public is welcome to at- s .
accompanied by Dr. D. R. tend the activities.

I \ Greenhoe, pastor, and W. B.
t1' Lumsden Jr., elder. Beginning today, the 0 a k ., morning worship at 11 o'-
Park Baptist Church at 4610 SW clock, Training Union at 6:30 ETV Board Meet

Archer Road will launch a re- p.m. and evening service at
To Conclude ligious survey of the western 7:30. Mid-week prayer servicesare TALLAHASSEE (APThe
side of Alachua County. at 7:30 p.m. each Wednes Florida Educational Television .P.. ,

Survey members will meet at day. Commission will hold its regu- : 100%
i Festival the church at 2 p.m. and work lar meeting Oct. 12 at Jackson- Nylon Carpet

west toward the Clay Electric ville, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at 4i
: The lowest
Salvation S price ever for carpet
sub station. There will be 17 the Robert Meyer Hotel. t r of this quality. 100% nylon face 98
Ss f: with double lute back. 12 or IS .
Of Succot -
people working in the area, r feet wide In choice of II decorator $4 ;
and, according to pastor Joe I Army Marks I Power of Prayer I S b. colors.low price.Buy now at this special .-
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I The concluding services for W. Hough the cooperation of
t the Festival of Succot will be area residents will be appreci Editor Sq. Yd.DuPont .
Dear :
this evening and Monday morn- ated. N
Rally DayRally "In 1 responseto
ing, with Congregation B'Nai Also underway at Oak Parkis y o u r re-
i Israel joining with the Hillel the fall Bible Study every Day will be celebrated questforquotations 501 Nylon
l Foundation for services. Monday. Classes are at 9 to 11 ;.
today in the Salvation
I Tonight's services will begin a.m. and 7:30 to 9:30: pra. The School Army I I here is one K.,: ', Beautiful hi-low pile carpet of .
at 7:30 and Monday morning is studying the New Tes- 22 SW 2nd St. at 10 .ftc I finest DuPont 501 long wearing 95
group of the beau- f.} ac ?i nylon. Double tHIck with heavyweight
I memorial services will be held tament. The source book usedis am.Over tiful things ''. } .r yarn. Will give years of $6
60 children I / .,...i trouble free service. Choice of
are on I r
i beginning at 9:30.: Rabbi Sime- entitled "Bethlehem to Oli written b y ire4'a t b '- II lovely colors. You would expect ;
I on Kobrinetz will officiate. The vet," but the primary study is active roll of members, and}I Alfred Ten- to pay US for Itiii fine carpet S Yd -
Hillel Foundation is located at from the Bible and all neededis they are each invited to bring 19th NOW ONLY q.

16 NW 18th St. the New Testament. The public a friend. All other children are I nyson, the great

Monday night at 7 o'clock is invited to participate.Oak invited to attend. century English Poet:

I; both congregations will h a ve Park will break groundfor The program will celebratethe I 'More things are Heavy Twist Nylon
Simchas Torah services at the the second unit of its build- opening of National Sunday! wrought ,by prayer 3

1 1 synagogue, SW Second Place ing on Oct. 25, and is planningboth School Week.A II Than this world of .. ht Finest NI' set twist nylon
end SW Second Terrace. The morning and hand-puppet show will illustrate dreams ? s The rnest durable carpet ma<
evening services t .. .
let thy ,, tls, the price. Made
Wherefore k r r r
children will march with at the church on that day. a Bible story, and will yt w. : y areas that receive hard face$895

t the Torahs and flags, and a reception All are welcome to the regular be presented by Peggy J 0' voice like a fountainfor tya 4 ,, tom Choice dyed ef to colors suit your or may color be
will be held following Sunday services at the Smith, Gail Hughey, and Diane I Rise night and Sq. Yd.
,i the service. church: Sunday School at 9:45 Seaton. j day. r

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Must StudentsTo life within the brain, S ? t;:e' ?IC ,. -; If see you these prefer fine carpets.all wool Heavy or acrllan plush,
Encourage If. knowing God, they ,,'e S.--, LZ pile for that luxurious took.. $Q95
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: By ANN CARTER student is confronted with the Castor said many people attended -!{ earth so is every way If you don't know carper, buy from a stores

"Students today are more problem of finding a new niche even joined his: Bound by gold chains
t deeply concerned with religious for his religion, he said. church who were of different:: about the feet ofMany you can trust. There is a difference.
problems than when I was a faiths. "And I am sure some:: God."

I student," Rev. W. F. Castor, "Either a student throws of my people go to other churches -;i thanks for a

i pastor' of the University Lutheran away his faith, or else he findsit too," he added. ;; wonderful quotation! You i Ct' ii Yrf{ :, "41 :.

r Church, told members of totally adequate," Mr. Castor An association of ministers;i too may contribute helpful -
the University City .Kiwanis closely connected with univer-t ideas or ask ques-

; Club Tuesday. said.A. sity life, professors from the I tions. Write in confidence 4

According to Rev. Castor university minister must University of Florida depart to Editor, P.O. Box 13, t
more intensity is shown in these encourage the student to grap- ment of religion, and a psychi-I: Norwalk. Conn.

students' outlook on religion. pie, with religious truths at a atrist meet each week to discuss -i This public service "

"Either they believe in it more higher level, Rev. Castor ex- problems andtrends, which: sponsored by: !

profoundly, or they hate it more plained, saying that he consid- arise in the community, Rev. .
profoundly" he said. ered his job on campus not Castor said. I JONES-JOHNSON I Ij 6 r, ""' ,

As an outgrowth of his work that of "saving souls," but help- "The university is 'Just as j FUNERAL HOME 2317 S.W. 13th Street
with students! Rev. Castor has ing people to develop "on to sacred as the church,". Castor I r r

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This being the case, each integration on campus, Rev., sitive to each other."


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Catholic Church Council Modernizes Approach ,in Three Separate FieldsVATICAN \

: CITY (AP)'-The of renewal at work to open Roman it "satisfactory to our Jewish under Augustin Cardinal Bea, gram started by John .xxIII, ance they were encountering.He council should take the opportunity -be unjust to consider the Jewsof
Roman Catholic Church Satur- Catholicism to fresh con- brothers." the Pope's top Christian unity the events made it a memorableday noted that the'. declarationon I "of declaring our abhorrence Christ's day or of the presenta
day took major steps to promote tacts with the modern world: -Pope Paul VI, his cardinalsand expert; carried the head of St. -his 67th birthday.Yellow the Jews 'had created con- of this treatment and of deicide (God-killing) people
Christian unity and racial i Archbishop John Carmel bishops met in consistory in Andrew to Patrai. Greece, in a and white papal flags flying troversy, but.he said it could condemning anti-Semitism and because of the crucifixion. The
equality. Simultaneously, its,Heenan of Westminster, England -the Apostolic Palace and voted gesture-of friendship toward the from Vatican buildings gave not.be ignored.. all racial and religious intoler- draft, he added, has been
Ecumenical Council was urgedto ,vice president of the Vati sainthood for 22 African Negroes Church of Greece, which still this tiny city-state a festive air. "Millions of Jews during this ance." new
act decisively against anti-!can's Christian Unity Secretariat a cannonization demon-views the Church of Rome with The winds of change were century have been tortured and Archbishop Herman noted that changed to warn against impute
-Semitism. vowed that efforts would be strating that the Church recog- suspicion. clearly blowing, but Archbishop put to death for reasons of race the declaration on Jews, when ing "to the Jews of our time
Activity in three separate made to 'strengthen a council nizes no color line.A For Pope Paul VI, who carried Heenan's remarks at a news or religion,"he said. originally introduced in the i that which was perpetrated in
fields demonstrated the forces declaration on the Jews to make special Vatican mission forward, the renewal pro- conference, reflected the resist:, Therefore, he added, the council a year ago,said it would.the passion of Christ oJ
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To DdI; 1 ''te'New Cafetorium i Drenched t North Florida ,-' -

Farmers in Florida's flood: tion to extending the grazing ,gram may be used for pasture
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$90,000. cafetorium in memoryof were owners of Copeland Sausage 5 : _1p.3 .$'tki granted an, extension of time central: Florida was flooded by Cattle on land taken out, : t

the late Jim and Rena Swickof Co., lost their lives in the for; emergency grazing. of :live- the rains dumped on ,them by production under the conserva-
Alachua is scheduled todayat Roosevelt Hotel fire in Jackson- Xr x i'wr stock'on land,they had,diverted Hurricane. Dora, leaving' the tion reserve (Soil Bank)"'program -

the Florida Sheriffs Boys ville last Dec. 28. <.c-h.5. from production, under the federal grasses soured and the farmersin however, must be' re-

Ranch. Davis said that they were <\; '*' 'f eI'gr in and 'conservation 'frantic. need of' a dry place moved on Oct. 31. Under the

The dedication rites will be- generous supporters of the Boys reserve ,programs.: to put'The. their:' livestock. provisions of this progranObe
at 2 and will featurean $"" diverted not be.,
gin p.nii Ranch and that after ,the hotel I : Emery T. Williams chairman USDA with acreage may
responded .
address by Jacksonville Mayor approval g r a z'e d at any time unless
fire, a large donation from their'estate i % of..the :USDA'Disast: r Committee for the farmers to, make
Haydon Burns, Democratic special approval is granted by
provided a major portionof -i announced.-yesterday that
nominee for temporary use of acreages they secretary of agriculture.State ,
Prog ram governor.Chairman A. D. the financing for the cafe M1cr the temporary grazing privilege, had diverted under. the, federal Committee'C h a.i r-:.
torium. granted because of hurricane farm! The USDA al
Davis, president of Winn Dixie man Williams reminded far-
Stores, Inc., said the dedicationwill The new dual-purpose build- flooding[ of farmlands,.has'been "began a 'disaster'program to mers and ranchers that ,they

be climaxed with a ribbon ing,will serve as a central din extended, ,through Oct.measure 31. The provide surplus feed 'grains to must,obtain prior approval from

cutting ceremony by members ing hall.and,auditorium. A cot- aR7Y' >:: emergency grail ng.: livestock and poultry farmers County ASC committees in-or-
was to have expired on Oct.
of the Swick family. tage now used as a: temporary 17. affected by the hurricane. der to take advantage of'the

A free barbecue will precedethe dining hall,win be converted in- 'With the granting of the ,extension temporary grazing privileges.The .
dedication program at 12:30 to -quarters"for 20,more Williams said that: Secretary' o( temporary grazing affected counties IncludeAlachua

p.m. It and the dedication program boys and increase the Boy s Agriculture OrVille Freeman privileges, farmers who have Baker, Bradford,

are open to the public. Ranch enrollment to 80. approved the extension after placed cattle on feed grains de- Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Flagler,

Much pasture land in, North- verted acreage will not have to Gilchrist. Hamilton, Lafayette,;

Cedar Women's Club touring North Florida' farmingareas move them. Under existing regulations Levy, Madison, Marion, .Pjfl-:
It Key last Thursday. I acreage diverted under nam, St. Johns, Suwannee-, Taylor '
At. the time of his tour, the the wheat 'and feed Drains pro- and Union. ,.::"
,Hears on NursingBY secretary promised the farmers

he would give serious considersWfflistonOES, -,
LOUISE ANDREWS Wilder, in his successful race '
Son Correspondent for a seat in the State Houseof L
In of the Swicks
CEDAR'M be ..o.fthe Representatives.Other Memory u Ps _

Women's Club went to the highlights of the Tues- :This $90,000'cafetorium at the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch near Live Oak Past Matrons D

polls Tuesday to the aid of Ce- day meet Included a talk on will dedicated. today at 2 p.m. in_ memory of :the late Jim and Rena Swickof

dar Key's favorite son, Joe nursing care by Mrs. Rose Cox, .Alachua, who lost their lives in the tragic Roosevelt Hotel fire in Jacksonville -

administrator of the Chie Iand last December. Haydon Burns,' Democratic nominee for governor, will End Recess, -
NursingHome. as guest speaker. be the'speaker. f Y

Levy c 0. RAD WILLISTON Mrs. Joyce ...,,.

Mrs. Cox spoke on medical Bullock and Mrs. Lomie Robnson BUZZ MIXSON line that rough goliii

'N Steering Group superv tients and i s ion assurance required to relatives for pa-- Cross City Youth Competes Past were Matron's co -'Club hostesses of the to By Son Area Editor on an otherwise smooth route;;,

O. E. S. to U. S. 19 at Fannin Springs
Slate Meeting of patients under professionalcare Williston Chapter TRAVEL NOTES:
at the 'Bullock's home .Monday -Alt. U. S. 27 between Bron
'swing'around the area last
and She .
guidance. stressed
',: BRONSON The regular ; the importance visitors to- For'F'lorida 4-H Contest 'following' summer recess week revealed to this, traveler son and Williston and is due 'a;*resurfacing /'
of the' widening job and
of the group.'Following
monthly meeting a nursing home, saying they: thatState .. the Levy County commissioners
County Rural Area Develop- lifted.the morale of the patients the devotional by 1 :Road 26 bet w e e n,
I are acquiring of
ment, Council steering committee and assured them CROSS CITY A Cross Dixie Mrs., Barbara Sapp and read,Gainesville and Melrose is sorely right way -for'
they were not young County Agent Don Jordon, ,The Florida Ford Tractor that project While about It
will be held tomorrow at ing, of' the last meeting's ,min- in need 'of resurfacing and ,
forgotten. City tractor driver will compete and Tom Skinner, 'agricultUral Company is sponsoring the trip they are getting
the Bronson ,Town Hall at' 8 utes by'club president Mrs. Ka- widening..This, I .believe, is al- enough rightof
i Club president, ,Mrs. Rutherford -for national4 honors, Tuesday engineer with the Florida Ag for Johnny, the son,of Mr. ,and thryn Harris, the kitchen committee way for eventual four laning.
when he Florida ,at ricultural1 Extension Service Mrs. J. Sanders ready on an Alachua' County
p.m.This Teas, returned from represents : B. Cross That Gainesville is growing
a tripto
session will feature a reported the purchase of would be
road list. It
ice. the Eastern United States._-lTractor"Operatotrs J$;kinneVXa4 Johnny would City.. priority so fast, cannot
the ,
Ne1f-York-World's Fair r L5fr silver and you keep trackof
review of the final phases of -" place settings'of a-big help to--Melrose,and Key-
the recently concluded series of in tune to' present the Club's 130111681. ':;in .compete ,for the championship Second, place in she S t a..t e that the kitchen in the Masonic stone :Heights 'commuters. to all the new building unless
self-evaluation panel discus-' year books. Richmond, Va. against two>dozen other state 4-H tractor driving contest was Temple was completed and Gainesville you visit''ery section' of' the
Johnny Sanders .had' to pass winners in oral and'written examinations won by Jim Bartlett, Tavares. paid for. cIty' every day. ;;
sions.The overall rural develop- The cover of, the yearbookwas written and practical'examinations "and 1n1 tractor op Hale.Stancd., Ocala, placed r Mrs. Emma Lee Loften pre-, -sit'24'from: NE'8th Ave. in MEMORY JOGGERS .
designed by Mrs. Sally eration. third. Gainesville t o Fairbanks, a 't I Whatever
take a driving test and sided happened to:
Linitiation _ceremonies -
taken over
has into
ment plan coat -
Tileston in with the r
keeping least, could stand a four-laning
and negotiate a tractor and trailer 'Ilor Mrs. Bessie Mae Barton : The Cedar Key Water and
sideration a study surveyof Cedar Key atmosphere. Mrs. ; --real heavy this
through an obstacle course to ,1963 Worthy Matron., job Traffic/s on Sewer District created byjfte:
the agriculture, industrial, Levy Health Dept. Urges' : '
tourism, zoning, health and education ..Dorothea Comfort. did the water become the top Florida 4-H In attendance, were 'M rs., stretch,_as'any Sperry-coinmu 1963 Legislature for the purposeof
potentials of the county.A colors. ,tractor operator and win a Immunization for tfaud.Fugate, Mrs.,Irene:Whit- ter 'Probably would tell you.The'Town bringing in fresh water and
TyphoidBRONSONThe of Waldo is real-
J report on the development Both ladies are well, known chance to compete on the national .. ... ener, Mrs.: Ruth Sandlin, Mrs. a sewerage disposal system-to
is to be given ,by the artists in Cedar Key and are level.The Esther .Dreher, Mrs.'.Emagene undergoing a, transformation, the Island City?
program ,
committee, ,according to the members of the Women's Club. Levy County days, 24 p.m. at the school. Smith, Mrs. Pearl. 'Gibbons, with )the four-laning of U. S. The Alachua County Housing :
.. Council chairman,. J. P. Sand- Luncheon was served by Mrs. ,Dude. County-H mem- Health Department is urging Otter Creek, first Mondays, I and Mrs." Dorothy LeWIS.- 301 through there. The structural Authority, so-called?

lin, of Will ton'who' will preside -Ruth Wagner and Mrs. George ber;will be accompanied on the everyone to be Immunized 34 p.m. at the Old Post Of The group extended' congra- skeleton of,an overpass,to I The establishment of an elaborate .
at the Monday meeting. Birdsey. trip by :his! coach*,? ,assistant against typhoid if they have fice. I tulations to Mrs. Fugate, as the carry .301 OV: e\r' the railroad gerontology center In .New-

.. .. '-. not already" done 'so, newest grandmother .in the. tracks already" looms. on the [berry? -"
r* v Mrs. Minnie Radacky, -- Waldo' skyline.
supervising Bradford club. Plans of the Newberry American -
:nurse for the depart- LodgeDue According to the ,secretary, '-bat' short stretch of SR Legion Post to construct a

Food Industry Short Course ment, said the clinic has received Mrs. Ruth Sandlin, all 0.. E.S. 100 'between Keystone Heightsand building in which, among ptfier

.... many phone calls con to Hear Members are invited to attend the Bradford County lineis functions, the annual Watermelon -
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: cerning the advisability of the the official inspection at the 'roughas: a' cob. From the Festival activities could" be

shots: and urges immunizationas State Rep. .Branford Chapter Oct. 15. Bradford line on into Starke is held-instead of in the 'old
To Survey New ProcessesIndustry soon possible, either, from Worthy Matron of the Branford smooth going. It' has often'oc- 'wooden skating rink building

the private physicians or the STARKE State Rep. .John 'Chapter is Mrs. Ormon curred:to me in traveling about which makes this writer shud-

Health Department. I Crews of Macclenny (Baker Aderholt, and her husband, that where the smooth road surfaces I.der at the possible dire consequences -
representatives from Food Technologist ..scholarships. Health' Department clin. County) will be the guest,speaker Henry, is ,Worthy Patron. The begin is also where the of a misplaced""cig
a dozen states are expected to Opens at UFO Banquet toastmaster will ,be .ic'schedules are as follows: I' at a meeting of Brad 0 r d Aderholts live, in Williston., political pull begins. I arette butt?

attend the fourth annual Short .Willard M.. FrfieW, secretary- Bronson, Tuesdays, 9 10:30'Lodge No. 35, F&AM, tomor- Members. were.:reminded ,of Then there's that sh o r t : The case of the gang type
Course for the Food Industry n :Monday 'manager of the Agricultural Research pjn. at City Hall. : row at 8 :pjn. the. Eastern Star: 'Meeting Oct: stretch of SR 26 between New- 'rumble" in Starke of about

beginning tomorrow at the Uni- Institute in ,Gainesville. : 'Williston, Tuesdays, 2-4 pjn.! Rep. 'Crews, ,who is worshipful 12. :, berry and the GilchristCounty four: years ago in which a Marine -

versity of Florida. will speak on.. nuclear 'irradiation Dr. H. G..Hamilton,,UF head at City Hall. master of Dawkins Lodgein veteran was shot and'para-

New processes and product in relation to. :'food. Dr. of the department of'agricultural 'Chiefland, Fridays,.2-4 p.m; Macclenny; will speak on "" l yzed from the waist down and
development will be explored 'economics, will lead'a session at City HalL the recent U. S.,Supreme Court .. ... ,' ,. eight other persons involvedfac-
A. dean of
,during the f o u r-day short M. Brooker the on market'evaluation Wednesday Cedar Key, fourth Thursdays, decision on state reapportionment ed assault charges?

course, according to director College of ;:Agriculture': arthe ,?discussing! the .nature 2-4 pan. at City Hall., and how it will affect this f'..;'J J1 NOTE TO LUCY LEVY:

Bob Davis, assistant horticulturist UF win award Institute of, of;demand. *: '. :Yankeetown,' first, T h,u r sLevy section of Florida. .. ig Take off the rose cojored

with the Florida Agricultural. glasses, Lucy. Pound ai all-
,.Extension Service. !, embracing news beat fora

Davis said the course would 'Circuit Court: Due while. ,And you, too, will,take
review the latest research procedures : .. a somewhat cynjcal view,of just

to determine consumer ; -, about everything you encounter.
needs and demands to collect I

and screen new: ideas; to, develop UF '
products with the; required Murder :Case Trial Date Ag School

: economic, and quality specifications 1.'LL
Names WinnersOf
; and to determine final -,
consumer perference. By BOB MEEKER plea 'of not guilty and was given ling in the case of Morriston Negro sion of Correct ions carried ___ Of
from a wide,variety ,
describe met- Son Staff Writer :,one',week to,file,defenses on I Laura Mabel Williams. Hamm as still being in Marion
.of industrieS'will Washington's behalf wit h.,Instructions I A plea'of guilty of manslaughter County facing a retrial ,on a :
Dean Marvin Brooker
,hods used in, introducing new I BRONSON-A trial date is ex- to report to the court was accepted in by the conviction upset by the Gideon t1i: r. XoI-
Time is I lege[ of Agriculture, Universityof
,successful products. pected tomorrow, as 'the fall tomorrow at 9 jnt Court in the Williams ,case on precedent.
scheduled for questions and term of Eighth Judicial. 'Circuit I Florida, yesterday announced
the opening day' of the session. Robert Earl Holloway 'was .I34'd. ..314MnA
free exchange of ideas following Court continues, in the case of Another escape case comeSup .. y/ that five freshmen in the .c l-
sentenced' to two additi 1
each presentation. i 18-year-old Williston Negro tomorrow as Thomas I. Mills 'Judge Murphree ordered a hard labor o n a <& lege of Agriculture had,. een

} '0 Sponsored the Florida section :Elijah Washington. faces .charges of. escape from a pre-sentence investigation of years at following te'"g awarded Sears-Roebuck Fouada-
his conviction
pf the Institute of Food I Washington was indicted by State Road Prison 21, Bronson, the1 woman, accused of murder on e sea p e ; tion scholarships of $3QOveach.

Technologists; the short course !the.. Levy County Grand Jury and automobile larceny last in the second degree in the pistol -charges.Reversing his plea to oneoguilty .; > Jerry Charles Lawrence
"j-ffl be'directed by the-Florida May' slaying of her husband, Bowling Green, Joe Wade.Shi
two. weeks ago on a charge of Paul Cowan: was sen- f
I Agricultural Extension'Service.AD murder in the first degree in Mills' is alleged ,to have:::escaped Jack. Investigation tenced to one extra year at !t : vers of Moore Haven," Joel
be held in Results of pre-sentence ; George Smith of Orlando 'Jb1-
will ,
sessions the killing of Negro Timothy from a work crew during hard labor for escape. t : .
,:McCarty Auditorium.one the Jones,,I also of Williston. a '.political rally in Chief- are' also pending.Theodore, on David IL Brown and John;D. > ,, .,<, ;< ;:.., ter Lorandal Stewart of,..,/ y
of Florida Campus. Williston Negroes "" Ii and Wayne Summer of Llthia,
University '
the Indictment
Following land and to have stolen an automobile Rankin were sentenced to TA
Jim Hicks
y :' Dr/Harry M. University Hammond and ,: received the scholarships. -
Philpott Washington told Judge JohnA. atbard labor, ii .
to ,
belonging to E. A,,(Bad. ). 'to charges of 'resisting years run consecutively q
of Florida vice-presi H. Murphree be had a brother Finley, Yankeetown. plead guilty with terms they; are wart: A. Baxter of Homestead,
I t dent. will, welcome the, f o o d 1nGalneSTWewho: would get 'The keys to the ear were Supposedly an officer in Williston now .serving following conviction i t ..u was granted the sophomore
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technolog 1st s, engineers and him a lawyer but when his left in the glove compartment July: :on charges of assault'with award. _

I, market researchers to the campus arraignment,came up last Moo- by Mrs. Finley. ; In ,cases already disposed of intent;to commit aggravated assault .Swine 'Fieldnay I Paul Berton Stuart of Pomp-
-j'i -- at I luncheon Monday. day, the. brother had Dot been .Mills' wasapprebefided: a.few: during this session, How,a r d and ;breaking and enter no won the Ralston P u rTETSt

1 'j JDr.. .G.,IX,Kuhn, UF ,assis- heard..from.Appearing. hours later near Oeda.Publk .- Hamm, Cedar Key, was return. ing. Florida.,Agricultural'. Extension Service' veterinarian i scholarship.Robert Median'Std-
Y J {mot ,....r'offood .tecbnolo- with his mother, DecoderRobert 7 :; ed to prison for three additional Judge.Murphree ordered a : ."Charles' Ptassaer (left) and ;John'Simpson, Ala :ly of Miami Springs received

-.!GY'.trition: ; 'will ;conduct Josephine Washington: the boy (Bszzy)-Gre B':eaten. a pleaof years, on ,forgery,charges. verdit for acquital on chargesof :chua'producer of purebred'Yorkshire: hogs, look at a the J. Hillis Miller Memorial
teNTDHhe' University ExerfaMBt waS' adjudged ;Indigent by the :net guiltron grounds oLfahSffll Hamm was the "who's' on escape against :Brown a&< ao's .bftd'sow :during'the;ninth;annual Swine Field ScholarshIp. : i
-. Ia :Station:farm.* cen4-and' G. C. Perdue Bron .sanity+ Z for,:...'r.:"f,!, : j' first?" ,man who ,was working Rankin following a' motion en- .Day'Friday atthe'Univmit'j of' Florida The FieldDay .Clifford Lero y.Dav1otPeFryhas
j. .' seveniag. ban- naUomey"waS appointed as '1 pea! Bg before'the Court in Cedar Key :when authorities tered by public defender Green ,'sponsored by the'Exteasioa'Service: 'and Experiment the Florida Thoroughbred

tquet.;'Dr. George 1{. D a v'i's.or his. defense cOunsel are the results of; a pre-sen- thought, he was In .prison. The that the information filed on the :Stations,bad one of the'largest attendances Breeders' Association ,-*4aror. -

of nuclear: sciences Perdue entered an automatic tence. ......InvestietIad'aeie-. Tallahassee office of the div- charges was in error., recent ears. ship.' -
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Tiger Shark'Chatter RoundupBY FRANCES ROYALSand ,'\;... ,'. THE :..

Tizzy Clean blackboards new slates '.

I,,and a 'few new faculty mem i it

bers,welcomed students to the atesutfle
::? ;:By MIKE WATSON and CHERYL BEACH By MONROE GAULTNEY and JOAN ROSS new North Marion High School.A (
'I I'I back to-school dance :

molTrenton High School sta- to raise $ for: the many things Cedar Key High School started -] tahi is ,Carolyn Kirkland; co- marked the beginning of student .
dentbody is all excited about that seniors do with "that off with a' blast this ,year. captain, Laverne CastelL Other activities. Many new acquain-
thft'.:pening of football season.Tbe.Tigers green stuff.",They are currently tt has been bursting, with var- cheerleaders are Carrie Jo tances were made and old ;

( lost their first game in a magazine sale with the ious activities the first few Smith, Ann Smith Kay Ross and friendships renewed. The dance

of-the- :season to Crystal River, juniors) and are planningmany weeks.- Kay- Wilder. was sponsored by the Student
24-x;.after a hard fought bat- other projects. Coach Ron Brummitt had a The library science class is Council.

tle-with the Pirates.Thecheerleaders i President, of the senior classis time getting our new football made up principally of junior President of Student Council .'-,

for the curren Mike Watson. Vice presi- field ready for our Friday night high students this year. Mrs. is Jimmy Carter., ,
"season are: Naomi Vic- dent is Van Hagan; secretary, game with Hawthorne; but with Delaino, librarian, reports all The seniors are still recuperating 1'4 J
ke *;-rapt.; Suzanne Lan g- Betty Blitch; treasurer, Mary the help of his physical education new books are in, including a from the Senior Place- Ult I

fordi-Joye Kinsey Mary Jones, Jones; reporter, Thomas class and the football boys, new set of encyclopedias. Ware ment Test. Electing officers this .

Doyle Ann Bass Liz Scott, Gail Jones; parlimentarian, Billy he finally succeeded. enjoying the use of an ex- week the Seniors chose Sells I' ". "' f"1" ,

Ruclfer and Alda Thomas Ray Langford; Student Council The Beta Club has invited cellent new, two-volume diction Edwards to be president Other ', ', .... .-,.
Officers for the Student Count representatives, Betty Carl- three students to join: CarrieJo ary loaned to us by Mrs. Ber officers are vice president, ;. y. \ ,

clt.who were elected last May, ton and Holton Browning.This Smith, Candy Clark and Linda tie Rice. Since the disruption chairman Cathy Yongue.

areVan Hagan, presidenff year we welcome a new Goldsby. New Beta officersare caused by the rainy days of The Colts began their football

t Hal Lancaster, vice president principal to THS, Mr. Walter : President, Colin Gaultney; Dora, the elementary classes season with a victory, defeatingEau .' :.announces effective tomorrow
; Mary Jones, secretary; Brown. He comes from Ken- ,'vice president, Charles Clayton; I have had a chance to visit the Gallic 137. Friday's game

1 Cliff Mikell, treasurer; Larry tucky and is a very experienced secretary, Laverne tell; library on regular schedule. was' with the Trenton Tigers,
LIn&e y, reporter; Danny Wfl.V educator. treasurer, Sissy Rogers.Our During their magazine sales and since this column is being I

f son The, sgt.-at-arms. TIGER TALES, THS news- music teacher, Mr. Richardson campaign, the juniors are re- written in advance, the results : Saturday September 26th
Beta Club officers for the ,
paper, has two editions al has organized a chorus questing donations of subscriptions can't be given. ,
[ year are: Mike Watson, pres- ready behind it this year. The and will conduct the band at to the library. Leading the cheers for the
V, idenfc- Judy Wiggins vIce
staff has been "burning the mid- the football games and in sev- Teacher Wanted Colts this year are Sandra Mc-

,. president tary-treasurer; Betty; and BUtch Betty, secre-Carl- night oil" to publish it. eral concerts FHA during Active the year. Our school still lacks one Cann, captain; Jacquie Stroup, ,, it will have aNEW
teacher. Two substitutes filling '
are White and '
Cathy Yongue,
[ Txeporter. Beta sponsor Is The student body is making We have a large FHA club I this vacancy, one workingin.the Kathie Brown.
Mrs Edna Turner. good use of the,library, whichin club this with : '
year, Mrs. Shirley
morning, the other in the Pictures have been taken of .
its first year has been hail- Brummitt
sponsor. As afternoon. The students :
stay a the seniors and underclassmen.These .
yearbook, is beginning its pic- ed of the finest
as one high
money raising projects they will bit 'to
confused. When
t t go pictures will be featuredin
turS-taking campaign. P i c- school libraries in the state. and
present a play have
con- class in the
morning they see a
tur.ef of all clubs and the 1965 Garnet and Gold
organiza- It is completely air conditioned -
at the football
blond, in the afternoon, a brun
3 lions will be taken along with and draws many students games. Sue Campbell junior yearbook 'sponsored by> Mrs. 1
numenous is Cheryl other Beach.things. Editor -every day.books It has and a capacityof has been chosen president, and ette.Everyone got a surprise yes- Nell NeSmith. .. ;
J Ethel Sills Hatcox vice
president ,terday. They looked down the r -
The seniors
are busy trying many luxuries. ,'
1 State CDExercise
hall and saw that our Flop Top's
. With reverberating enthusiasm mop had been cropped. In oth -.

.-. the cheerleading squad er words, our school Beatle,
has been getting ready for the Teddy Smith, is no longer a
first football game. Squad cap- Beatle.
Is PlannedLocal
CaneComments '
Civil Defense cadets

were put on alert Thursday fora

Yonge ChatterBy state CD exercise Oct. 3 and f .
4. : ,',
The operation is designed to

By CRIS POOLE BARBARA HOFFMANSchool test emergency capabilities of ;'

civil aviation.

I It is settling down now ed seniors in the use of the lie Capt. Duane Andrews, said : ;:"
into more of a routine. Tests more than 30 CAP planes are
brary, including a guided tour
After a week of adjustment asking "when's the
paper corning seem to be in the air these last week. due here during the two-day ex- .
necessitated by Hurricane out? adviser
Newspaper ercise. Mission Operations offi-
Dma: most GHS organizationsgot Mrs. Peg Westmoreland, stated The cast has been chosen for cer is 1st Lt. Bill Breeze. "
down to work last week that technical problems and The ninth grade was tested the chorus production of "Bye, CAP : : )'
Gainesville .
The squadron
anoTthings really began to bum. the confusion created by Dora. all day the Monday and Tues Bye Birdie" and rehearsals are meets on Tuesday nights at 7pm -t' .;, .. ....j .

On September 18, several hundred forced publication one week later day. Senior placement tests are being held daily under the di- at the AhForce reserve V: '...
scheduled Oct 5. The rection of Edward R. Carwithen. :
GHS students journeyed to than planned. She said the Air '
Jacksonville to kick-off the new next edition was set for October best news of all concerning tests Details will be given lateron building at the ..,..,.
Purple Hurricane football sea- 9 with six pages (not this is is that four senior PKY students this musical, which will be port. ., .

soil): They went via the student sue's four) and the monthly have been announced as presented December 5. D ., .
.'. council "Cane Train." Students GHS calendar of events.In Semi-finalists in the National Everybody, remember the Home Building

and faculty are calling the tripa connection with the year's Merit Scholarship Competition.Our North Marion football gam e AttackedTAMPA : :.t ,'*
"financial success" with the first Herald, the journalism sincerest congratulationsgo Friday night at Citizens Field. Spree ;

council making a profit of,some class which puts out the paper ; to Debbie Bowers, Rusty It ought to be another excitingone. H
% $270; went to Pepper Printing Co. on Marcus, Patrick Boyer and Ann N. P. Baggarly announces; (AP) -The Federal .
1 Work began in earnest last Wednesday to observe firsthand Arensman. This number of that the band and majorette Housing Administration saysit : .I
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week ,on the chorus production the processes utilized in semi-fmalists is outstanding fora squad will perform their first has taken steps I to stop the 1iItft- .. '
forihe year, Lerner and Lowe's printing the modern newspaper.This school our size. halftime show of the season at overbuilding of homes in Brev- .-.: 1.

1elot." It was announced, week, the National Merit University of Florida library this game. The cheerleaders ard County. Ift.,
tok.,that designers for the production Scholarship semi finalists privileges have been extendedto will give their usual fine performance Wayne Offenhauer, assis tj,;;
are looking for "authen from GHS were announced. the seniors, who are permitted also. tant director of the FHA office

tiC'" materials with which to They are Laurence L. Funk, during certain hours and in This year's squad includes: in Tampa, said that builders FR

build:a realistic set. Included in Judith A. Gabbert, Margaret F. small groups, to use these facilties. Joan Bradbury, Leslie Elliot, were notified no more new .', ::
the" "needed items are old for- Hampton Carl L. Johnson, Privileges include check kins Linda Masterson, Kathy subdivisions. would be approved. .

mils,..discarded draperies, and Robert H. Mizelle, Stephen E. out of research volumes not Sites, Elizabeth Solley, Beverly
left-over silks, satins and nets. Nadeau, Karen Rosenberg e r, past time books. Mrs. Thelma Wynne and Ann Warrington, The order was effective Mon-
Selection of the cast is not yet Boyd B. Welsch, and Walter D. Larche, PKY librarian, direct- captain. day, Offenhauer said.
complete! although we aha_u 1 d Zimpfer.The He said the number of homes
know more by next week. age honored provisional I already built in the county exceeds

Senior rings went on sale last period is here once again. anticipated demand.

week and junior rings went on During this time, students k

sale,.Monday. Class rings areexpected wanting to join a service club .: Bear's ,Plan HeliportsFor
to be in before Christ- vie for service points. ,The
ma4but they will be sold only number of points help to deter- Fla. Cities

during this one time period. mine club membership. MOlt Chat '
The-first edition of the school clubs held organizational meetings WASHINGTON (AP) Con- 81411i

paper, the Hurricane Herald last week, meetings which gressional sources said Wednes-
came out on Friday. For sever- are fairly common for the gressional sources say that
al Hays, students had been start of the school year. i By SHARON KAY GREEN the Federal Aviation Agen-
airport plan that recommends j
a I 1 heliports in five Florida cities.
; : Dixie County High School is The members of Dixie High They would be at Tampa,
Cape Kennedy, Fort Lauderdale,
well on its way to a grand start School are proud of their school
Jacksonville and Miami Beach.
this year with newly elected officers and have shown this by plentyof The plan does not commit fed- i

of our school organiza- school spirit We are all sure eral funds. However,inclusion in
Santa Fe tions. that this year will be one of the the plan is the first step toward ? FOR ALLa1ARTMENTS

Senior Student Council officers best that DCHS has ever had becoming eligible for grants un-

Rebel Yell' to:serve the 1964-65 school year because we intend to make it der the federal aid airport pro-

are as follows: Pres., Don that way. gram.

4 Hires; vice pres.,Bobby Deen; I
recording secretary, Nancy Bar I

.- ber; corresponding secretary,
7:$y LINDA DIXON and GEORGE PHILLIPS Elaine Stewart; treasurer, Jan-

et Strickland; ST.-:'advisor,'Con

..Ityou had visited Santa Fe to elect officers. The pres e n,t nie Pergrossi; jr advisor, AniseHart Panther's'Tale : .
ills-past week, you would have roster of officers lists Johnny ; representatives, Shirley_
t nofJced a stir of excitement in Emerson, president; Grier Cooper' Sharon Kay Green,

theiair. Had you asked "why?" Wells, vice president; Glen Wayne MuitthIE, Louis Over- Because of the increased volum'e*. of phone call 'due .
would have been street, Gary Holifield, Marty to
Busby, .
theanswer secretary; Jimmy : t ., '.. r., -; -
simply, "It's our first home Emerson, treasurer; Lowe Whitten, Jo Webb and Judy Gai- 4 the. ,rapid growth of the Sun and of the entire Gainesvillearea
football game!" Parrish, reporter; Russell Tay- ney.ST.
Backing the Rebel team lor, sentinel; Craig Lewis, chaplain Class officers for this the Sun has found it necessary to change its phone I Iz

during halftime was the Marching and Charles Kersey, parli year are: Pres., Alan Williams; I By CAROLYN HILL and TORON COURTNEY,
t. Rebel Band in new uni- amentarian. vice pres., Stacy Jones; secre- numbers to a single multiple-series number that will bet )

uniforms which were purchased These boys have represented tary, Annie Hines, treasurer,
The Beta Club at NewberryHigh there the old members were to ter serve present needs and that will allow ample
t this year as a result of the their school with honor and wm Susan Cbewning; publicity room
combined efforts of Mr. Ray continue to,do so by their attendance chairman, Elaine Stewart has been working long initiate the incoming mem- for future

Luneeford, band director, the: at the National Convention I Jr. Class officers are: Pres., with the cheerleaders to build bers. The girls were looking ,y expansion. .,,. ,
the school spirit this year. forward to loads of fun this
!hana: boosters, band members Kansas City, Oct 14- Bo Hendrix; vice pres., Robert on .
It seems, even though we lost -""-
and many other interested persons ,Ousley; secretary: Diane Raker trip.The J 11 -.
; ,
16.Charles our first game to Lake Butler Beta Club plans to
: tap
in the surrounding area. Kersey,.James Petty, treasurer, Lynette Harden. ..ram-,
that the work of
Friday night, '
new members at pep rally -
Leading the band as drum Kenneth Young and TerrEnglish y Along with our cheerleaders, these really paid off. this ", t-*
groups coming Friday. These
major this year is George Phil- win Judge in the National Diane Osteen Bob .
Hill, Di- Friday afternoon during pep people are the students who are FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS. >:7
JI fp4 followed by a of ma- Meat Judging Contest
corps aane Raker. Lynette Harden, rally the spirit of the student outstanding in leadership, citizenship '__ ;
jorettes consisting of Linda Johnny Emerson and Jackie Marty Whitten
Linda Williams That 3
body was high. night and .
Dixon (bead majorette), Martha Morton, the Senior .Je. sad Linda Osteen, the DCHS very scholarship.The R
Johns Brenda McDavki and for will at- before the game, about 50 people junior class is already at Circulation Classified and Retail
Chapter presidents, Bears cheered their way to victory met at the school and wenton work trying to make money for J : ,
Jo Westmoreland. tend.
Kary ,
as our football team conquered a motorcade through the the Junior-Senior Prom. t'
'-Also, this past week Santa Also winning a trip to Kansas the Greenville Pirates Theyare
town, cheering and inviting the selling school pennants, "
tfe was honored by having one dry are David Fugate and to S ,
Friday, Sept 18. ,
townspeople to the game. football and basketball pins and Advertising News and others
of its seniors, Lowell Parrish, Freddie Hitchock,the state soil After this exciting victory, the ,
At the game, the students arm badges. The Juniors have ,
obtain an award, the Junior soil and water conservation Senior
Class with the
help of
really cheered, right to the very threatened to feed the Seniors"wieners"
Conservationist of the He winner and the District Green- their
year. sponsors, Mrs. Ruth Rains .
end. The football players are at the prom if they
received this award for his outstanding hand. and Mr.
Steve Lanptan, sponsored working hard and the spirit of don't buy them. Seniors,,be on
achievement in agricul I Joe ,Stevens, a chapter member a dance The '
proceeds are the team is great We are look the lookout!
ture. I ,. will receive the American the:beginning of a year's wort ing forward to the remainder of The Student Council met last
;Santa Fe Senior Chapter, Fu-' toward the Dial 8-1411
Farmer Decree. Representing Senior Class trip. the season being very successful Monday. They have start e d FR
jjffe Farmers of America, met the Florida State FJJL at the .During halftime of the game and having many wins. planning the homecoming acti
after ,their State Con-
shortly National Convention win be Bud the high school band
I The F. H. A. planned to spend vities. From the looks of things
&ntien, where ,they ',were nam- Riviere, a graduate ,from ,San- with plenty of school
spirit and ,
Saturday and Sunday Setp. 26- it will be one 'of the best
ed the top chapter in the state, ta Fe. excitement '
27 at Camp Crystal Lake. While ever!
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Sunday, September 27. 1964 Gainesville Sun 3C ,
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13-Help Male or FengSC ,'

I If :CLASSIFIED Sell KNApp SHiEs: full or p t

WANTEDHAVE : CLASSIFICATIONINDEX NOW time.high Earn commissions$25 to $150 and a ..w.eon

Steady year round-
: NIL Equipment furnished ella 1
Write to Wm. E. Pierce.. JOeAbr
Dial Hyer,Orlando Fla.

mediately for Daytona Be all"3tR
I YOU ANNOUNCEMENTS i ; thopedisfs office. Write bpxme'

1 III Mesnorlaft- COO Gainesville Sun. ;
.i a v
2 Card '\ -r. 378-1411
of Thanks IS- .. -
3 Lost & Found -, 14-Sales Help Wanted ;

NORTH 4 Personalized Services .....
ANY OF THESE 5 Travel Information 3 LOST & FOUND SALESMAN to sell completed
!_ homes on buyers lot. Excellent
Special Notices opportunity. Contact Tampa BuUorers. >
.- COsT on old Newberry Rd. near
Gene Paramore, Loca
7 Florists
city limit, black ana tan hound.
; Manager.372-7401. UAB
slipped his Contact Jack
S Baby Sitters, Chad Caret collar
Seville 37 -S317. MAKE BIG MONEY selling Indus,
Places To Go And trial brush line to atationsrtores. -
THINGS TO SELL? LOST large black tom cat, on U of gas
Things To See ,' -
THE F campus. Answers to the nameof S factories. 4 orter!Protected*a4y |
pay you $100 weekly.
6-21M Brower.or FR Reward.2-3572- Phone FR territory, full commissions. .*.....
AUTOMOTIVE"Airplane peat orders. No experience flee)-.>
LOST BROWN LEATHER Zip! UP ed. Sample Offer. Sales gua/an-c
Sales-Rentals attache case, contains clipboard teed. Write Harper Brush2927..,
You Extra "
They'll Bring Cash 71 Trucks for Sale and valuable personal Lake, Fairfield, Iowa. _
papers. Lost FrL Sept. 18th doWn-
79 Trucks
Wanted town. Reward, Call 374-4144. .
and Personal. Customer's .M*>C
50 Tractors & Truck Rentals SET OF KEYS lost in Gainesville Imprinted. Earn unusually high
CENTRAL 82 Trailer Rentals TIME Shopping Center around drug commissions from this medium;
Rugs 53 Motorcycles & Scooters store. Very Important that I get and high-priced line. Free Sant.\ '
them back. Phone FR i-077. pie Album. Process Corp (our
U Automobile Repairs 43rd year), 3450 S. S4th Ave.,
Dept. HU-3, Chicago, 60650. ***-
55 Automobiles for Sale 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE _

Guns 16 Swap Cars 16-Work Wanted
87 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL BUSINESS CONSULTANT available Female\ ,,

on part-time basis. Experienced -. SENIOR: beautician, 4V4 yrs. expert, .
owner and formerly
Tools with large consulting firm. ence. 24 yrs. old. presently doing!
Reasonable fees For further In high styling for well establishetf-
18 Schools & Instruction TO A formation call 374-2771. salon in St. Petersburg. Husband
; ; will be at U. of F. two twit.
Boats 19 Music. Dancing KUT 'N KURU BEAUTY SALOON yrs. Call FR 2-9420, I am. ,to 7-
20 Wanted-Instruction ..:. Beauty on a Budget p.m. .
All work guaranteed
Perm. S5 up Sham-set $1.50 up COLORED girl would work '3s
14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 maid days or regularly. Contact
Tents EMPLOYMENT Open nights by appt. Addie Ter. Jean at 704 N. W. 12th

11 Female Help Wanted LEARN TO DRIVEL Special attention .
FLORIDA 12 Male to nervous or elderly. COLORED woman wants work will I Icare
Books Help Wanted ; Easy Way Driving School. FR for children, part or"yulltime
: 13 HelP-Male or Female GET ; 9-7002 Lie. bv Stat of Fla. own transportation. Refer
14 Sales Help Wanted ence. Phone 591-2415.

Plants 16 Work Wanted Female 6 SPECIAL NOTICES I DO IRONING In my home. "'i".,
charge 10 cents per piece. Phone
17 Work Wanted Male I will not be responsible for debts FR 62036. ..1.v .:
Incurred by anyone other than MEDIUM AGE white
woman with
myself after this date, Sept. 23-
Pianos FARMS & LIVESTOCK 1944. exper I e n c e wants babysitting
while mother works.3541 SE istn"
2* Farm Equipment Larry M. PopeCOWPONY Ave. _

27 Feed & Fertilizer CUTUPS WHITE companion to older
THAT At 2:00 per.
Stoves Sept. 27th. Taylor
p-m. ,
28 Livestock & son good cook, reliable, wtt-t
Supplies Ranch,
-4 ml. NW of Willlston on l live In. Write Agnes
29 Landscaping Top Soil Rt. 27-Alt. Bring your horses 546 Holt St. Winter Park, Fla.--.'
events for all, or come watch the
Radios 30 Pets & Supplies fun. DRESSMAKING, alterations.. s..
31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL pairs. Experienced. Phone 376V864.
LOSE WEIGHT safely with newDexADiet ....-
Tablets only ft cents.
Skates 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug WANTED full daY's housew.o.rt-
Company. Experienced.
51 Business Opportunities Phone 372-5194

57 Money to Loan BETTER 8 Boby Sitter Child i Card WOULD like full time or part

Trunks 58 Mortgages LOVE, concern Individual attention time work. -
59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE await 3 children for child Phone FR 2-6690
day care In my home. 5 yrs.
professional child guidance ex FLORIDA registered nurse Interested
Jewelry perience. SlO wk. Call Mrs. King in a position In a physicians
3760972. office, or similar type ,
g References. 372-9822.
61 Wanted to Buy
I would like to care for lour children ELDERLY
Bicycles 62 Machinery & Tools In my home. Northeast sec couple or two teeje,
room & board & asslstanie.In
tion. FR 6-5123.
63 Building Materials
CAR! private home. $100 per mo.-weh.
64 Household Goods TINY TOT 148 N. Church St., Start*.
F TV Sets 65 Antiques Phone 949-1541. .** .

66 Misc. For Sale PLAY SCHOOLVisit I DO IRONING in my !.)
//p 67 Trading Post u. and see for yourself. SE 13th PL, Lincoln sr:1.J1
ClothingCameras 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. Phone FR 6-2918 T""
69 Fuel Oil & Woods
70 Boats Marine Equip.
9i Day, wk.. or mo. Old Newberry 18 Schools & 1nstrue.Itt ?
71 Camp Hunt Fish
Rd. Planned programs. Pick up
72 Office Equipment IN at Littlewood and Terwilliger LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKWff'
73 Musical Merchandise schools. Call FR 26667. DEVELOP confidence o v e r-
come fear-apply practical technique
Antiques 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED -develop personality_ deserve

st REAL ESTATE FOR SALE recognition be an Influ
WAITRESSES: WANTED: Manor @nce.f.-
: l : \ 32 Mobile Homes for Sale Restaurant. Apply In person 2325 BS degree 25 years experience.
t Furniture 33 Lots for Sale W. University Ave. Start October 1. .-<--

34 Waterfront Property WANTED Senior beautician Call For Information call Mrs. Rhee"
Mary Lee's FR 2.2010 or FR 2- 376-7121 after 5 p.m. or Hotel
Livestock 35 Houses for Sale NORTH 1706. Thomas 3729501. -_
a < /% 36 Cottages for Sale
WANTED Legal Secretary. Good HIGH SCHOOL _
37 Real Estate Exchanged salary for qualified, permanent at home, free booklet American I
38 Real Estate Wanted resident. Unmarried person pre School P. O. Box 14441 Jacks. -
j DiamondsFish f@rred. Call FR 4-5244 between 9 yule Fla 32214.
39 Out of Town Property A.M. and 5 PJM. Mon thru FrL "
women 18 to S3 To train,(or:
40 Business Properties DRESS KIT FREEI Postcard CIVIL SERVICE
Poles 41 Residential Income brings you line of hundreds of Examinations. For Information,
42 Farms & Acreage styles. Earn about $23 weekly & send name address & Phone No.
dresses for yourself. Easy, fun Key Training Service. 112 W-
43 Colored Property Sales CENTRAL no Investment canvassing or ex: Adams St.. Jacksonville. .s_..
Used Cars perience. Write today Fashion
Frocks, Dept. S-4450. Cincinnati L Real Estate Exam
Ohio 45202.COUNTER :..
Auto TiresAquariums 43-1 Colored Property Rentals GIRL age 2235. Apply ATTEND First lesson free.
44 Cottages for Rent in person only to Tropics HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLfc., >.
Shirt 402 N. W. 13th
COLLEGE 218 ..
W. Univ. Ave
45 Furnished .
Apts. Street. FR. ,
ih 6-3507 372-3727. ,
46 Unfurnished Apts. WHITE WOMAN with some practical MEN-WOMEN
47 Houses for Rent Furn. FLORIDA'S nursing experience to, care to train for .WANTED[lull Service.AT ONC Goo
for elderly lady two days a ..
48 Houses pay. Thousands of lobs Cv
for Rent Unfurn. open.
f week. Give references. Write Bo593A patience
Row Boats 49 Rooms for Rent In care of Gainesville Sun usually unnecessary -
1 YOUR Information on lobs salaries
I I II 50 Mobile Homes Requirements local interviewWrite
12 Male Help Wanted
giving address Rhone
51 Misc. Rentals '
Golf Clubs 51A Wanted To Rent ExperIenced.RAISED & CAKE able to DONUT use cake MAN donut co Gainesville Sun. ,. 7....;;.

52 Boarders Wanted machine, sober & rellablnight SPEEDWRITINGSPELLNOe' *
53 Office Desk Space work year 'round |lot Civil Service Training ....*

'.. TypewritersMotorcycles 54 Business Rentals LARGEST Fringe benefits, equal opportunity Secretarial Courses -ClassesrN*.
employer. Apply Mr. George Summers now forming. Howell's Business
Food Service Division College 218 W. Univ. Ave. ?..

SERVICE Main Florida.Cafeteria, University of FR 4-3507 ,

22 Special Services MANAGER trainees needed. steady 23 Horn Improvements :

23 Home Improvements employment, fringe benefits, age
Used TrucksRefrigerators 21 to 50 apply in person. Jack HAVE your house painted the read:'
1 24 Radio & TV Service son Mlnt-A-Mani, 1234 NW 16 try ern way. All work guaranteed""
I Ave. free estimate. No fob too big
25 Appliance & FurnlturaWANTAD MARKETPLACE or too smallMODERN ..H.T-

I I Baby Buggies 29976. PHONE FR 6-2210 ...-

SERVICE Station attendant reliable
RATESPH. man full time, apply She! 28 Livestock & SuppHes-L
Electric Motors Station, hwy 75 and state road 24. -h

3781411for OLD Florida company expanding I In S GOATS, 1 male and 4 females' ,
Store area. We now have positions milk goats. Will sell or tr. for
EquipmentFarm calves.
available for 14 men, 21 yrs. and 462.IS50.r" ;
up experience not necessary. We
Machinery Classified OnlyDEADLINES train. Write box 584-A c-o Gainesville -..
Sun giving resume and qua

Infant's Clothing WEST ifications.COAST manufacturer has opening FOR TRAINEE .J:.
in their sales departmentfor RESTAURANT WITH
three men age 20 to 35, min EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
WANT AD Sewing Machines earnings of $150 per week. Cal FOR A GOOD FUTURE.

Tues. thru Fri papers FR 4-2585 for appt. GOOD STARTING SALARY,

Office 5:30 p.m. Day before publication ) WANTED male cook, must be at MUST BE OVER 21 YRS.
Equipment least 20 yrs. old, full time. No AGE. PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT .
FOR students please. Apply In person FR 22405.Larry's :
Movie Equipment For ads to go In Sun. paper Kentucky Fried Chicken 214 N.W. WandertMwse
12:00 a.m. Sat. 13th St. I Restaurant, 14 NW 1st 11'; .
NEED Immediately in the Gainesville -
Outboard Motors For ads to go In Mon paper_ Alachua County area, masons
1 p.m. Sat.Minimum. ", carpenters, cement finishers ) r
( ad 4 lines) trim, etc. Please write giving ELECTRICIANS i*">
Sports Equipment full name, telephone number
and at least three referencesof -

I Nursery Furniture as previous type work employment applied for.as Write well HIGH VOLTAGE:

FAMILY RATES NEW. to Quality Homes P.O. Box 48Oeeanway .
Vacuum Cleaners 1 Insertion ........... 34c line 32218. e -

3 Insertions .......... 22c line WANTED appliance salesman, sal MECHANICS .,rte :

6 Insertions .......... 17c l line ary plus commission. Apply 1108 -

Fishing Equipment 12 Insertions ..........1k line N. Main St. Required to Install, tilt,
maintain, .
adjust and repair -
Building Materials Sober, reliable, able to workas high voltage (13AM '
group leader. Meals & uniforms I volts) underground and
Total charge computed by furnished. Salary commensurate overhead electrical sy*.
Washing Machines multiplying total lines x rate AND with willingness to WORK. terns, switches transform*
earned x number of Insertions. Position open Immediately. Apply ers, regulators, relays,
S Five letter words per line to Mr. George Summers, solenoids and ether media*.
Heating Equipment Main Cafeteria, U. of Fla. Equal I nisms. Required to work
Opportunity Employer. from blueprints sketches'

Musical Instruments 8 Point CLUB STEWART. Reference re and other specifications r
Same as 2 lines ordinary type quired, must be reliable, sober, termbilng amount ,end-- .
I and intelligent, capable of man type of material requWd;'
Camping Equipment 12 agement. Good salary for right Four years experience T>r*
pointSame man. Write Box 591-A COO Gainesville > equivalent In high voltaoe .
as 3 lines ordinary type USED Sun. work. Including pOt ?

Plumbing EquipmentChildrens MAN wanted for debit Insurance climbing & repair of nT
work. Age 25 40, Mgh school ergized lines of IXzOO'jjT.
education permanent. Reply Box higher voltage. .
Playthings PointSame 592A Gainesville Sun.

as 4 lines ordinary type CHRISTIAN MAN needed. Fullor
Electrical AppliancesDogs part time lifetime sear CABLESPLICER
Sunday School,
ministry hel fUt. Earn $100 week :"
Cats Parakeets ly and up. No competition. Write
24 Point
CARS John Rudin Co. 22 West Madison '
St., Chicago 2, III.WAITERS. Minimum of 3 years experience
Same as S lines ordinary type In splicing -*f.JXXXVIS ;
OO volt, paper -&
2 weeks training program.
8-1411 Earn while learn. rubber Insulated cable-

Nothing will sell it faster M. Steady ify. employment you if you qua N l Must loins. be Required able to wipe to -worv lead

Gainesville Golf and Country Club. from blueprints sketches
Mr. Brown 372-1458 Mr. Loudin. and other specifications .
Announcements EXPERIENCED WAITERS determine amount and '

than theGAINESVILLE Same as 7 lines ordinary type APPLY type of materials required '
Gainesville Golf & Country Club. Prefer some line experience *
Phone 372-1458 working both overhead arid"

underground, high voHaga_*
The Gainesville Sun win not be 13-Help Male or Female lines. Must be to top ph .

responsible for more MM* on* FUNERAL MOTOR ROUTE SALESMAN steal condition.
SUN Incorrect insertion nor will tt CARRIER We have opening
be liable for eny error ki advertisement for the Lake Butler area, male WRITE TO:
to a greater extent er female. Good earnings. If you Mr. Dolton Former
: \: :. ."l: have transportation and desire to
than the 204J-4
cost of the space occupied DEPT.
.P." run your own business with
,.. by the Item In the ad very tittle Investment, please
vertisement. No adjustment wOl I NOTICES sag Mr. Capute. Circulation
WANT ADS Dept., Gainesville Sun, 378-1411 GUIDEDMISSILES
be made on errors that do not ext. 19.j to 7:30 pjn.B .

materially effect the value of asa i

the advertisement. I Need Extra Money?

GAINESVILLE SUN The Gainesville Sun reservesthe 2 CARD OF THANKS Expenses up with School I RANGE -

privilege of revising or reiedlng I starting? You can earn $2
I THE: family of Charles A. "Hoo- or more per hour as fun or
any advertisement which lie* extend sincere 1 part time Avon Representative. DIVISIONPAN
-- Noegd wish _to
CALL ft deems objectionable and to thanks and appreciation to Our Saleswoman cam
..... < change the classification of an friends tor their prayers vis. I fine weekly Incomes. plus AMERICAN
'--. *ny nations gifts floral offeringsand Savings Bonds. Earn
your expenses -
advertisement from that WORLD AIRWAYS, INC
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING orderedto expressions of love In'as money with AVON.
conform to the time of sorrow. May God Write
378-1411 policy of the AVON. P. O. Box 441, 750 S. Orlando Avenue <
each and every one of you.
.. 'apse.R Lattte W. Noeoel Gainesville. Fla. or call Cocoa Beach. Florida

Eddie Noegel FR 2-0421 Equal Opportunity Employer
Charles T. & Luciiie Noegel
Don& Mary Gall Cribbs I


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"Livestock & Supplies 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 131 Mobil Homes For Sale :

t.I aCONSJN H&oteinGuerneyor: LABRADOR RETRIVER registered. 23 years in business give you adequate .
Swiss dairy ca>ves sI\. ;)ed on 2 years old. Phone FR 6-9030. protection In price. quaWHy -
approval All ages. Also Angus- financing insurance serv- LAMAR
cross calves. Write for prices. BASSET male. 3 mos. old all shots ice. Ask your friends and our ARABIN .

Ott Wis FR 6-7184 you.
Ocala. Irrigate Men TAAI
SHETLAND ponies. large ARISTOCRAT of dogdom. Fe
6. Flourish on 37. Austerity -
ii y B E. B R A
selection of stud colts. $50. male. Weimaraner puppy. $75. Excellent
A K C BUTTSMobile a 39. Fodder : ;;
'PhrGR 55581. Murray health. all shots. signature A B 0 i c : .
champion line. 3724459.
12. Music plant -
:s Ppre II. Melrose. ., E-?
BASSET. 4 yrs. old papers HomesInc. drama 41. Daddy ::: ::.

2 SADDLES: McClellen. skirts. fen female. $100. 372-1439. 7 :4 13. Mimosa2.. Fourth -... .,;.
ders$35.. British trooper suspen- 4 'lA '
sion-seat $25. Both good condl- PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale. NEWNumber 14.'Sails'ofconstellation caliph A R PC I A N I -- -

tion.37849LBOONOWSAVE no papers. 13th St. 45. Crescent- R 0 N E. ft H A L15dib1e
LATER. Mr. Call FR 2-0895. 814BN Argo shaped
Beef"Producer. protect you r-
SIAMESE kittens and stud service. ornament
self gainst a possible price
registered. lilac blue and chocolate at 6th St. 48. Oil of
by taking advantage of our book- $25 Wllliston 52$- agaric rose ___ _
Ing program on Beef cattle' point up. 16. Silkworm petals
rang pullets. September through 6448. SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
all arOUM our :
On street parking i 17. Alternative 49. Hebrew
October. FMX Gainesville or Ala- DEERHOUND. A-l $75 or trade 1:30 A.M. to I P.M.
chua- Phone FR 2-1075 or 4412105 for A-1 foxhound. corner.each Open 18. Bright name for 4. Century 15. More gal
NW 10th St.
,314 -
Phone 468-1957 color Cod 5. Sun god lant

FREE KITTENS. 19. Redolent 50. Shun 6. Companion 17. Scent

Phone 372-7184. BEFORE you buy see us for top wood 51. Kitchen Maple 20. Syllable o '"
1964 Model! Homes. Approx.
quality In Mobile 22. MOunt.utensils hesitation
SIAMESE kittens for sale, I wks. imately 35 units to choose from. genus
old. $10 and up. I. 10. 12. 20- width. up to 60in 25. Act' 52. Canceled 8. Bleaker 21. Formula

Mobile Phone 3722601.TWO length. Wanderer 9. Acid form 23. Swine

2 months old AKC regChi- Featuring Marlette. Hillcrest. Windsor 29. Foodfish DOWN Ing 24. Dutch commune

Home shot.huahua From puppies.championship wormed &line.1 & Park Manor. 30. Bib. ruler 1. Knitted 10. Cherry

Phone 372-6M8. IS years In the Mobile Home 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 32. Be repeated. 2. Copycat stone 25. Faded

KITTENS need home. one white Business 34 Waterfront Property 34. You and I. Purposive 11. Owns 26. Dan.

ClearanceWe've female and one male tiger. Ph. HAS BUILT Lowest prices eaSIest terms. larg. money
3723452. "SERVICE est display in central Florida.We Cedar Shoresfine -
OUR BUSINESS" Key 71 f r r gr r It} /I 28.Wrinkle
SEAL POINT SIAMESE kittens for trade for anything. Free delivery 0
got to make room sale; also yellow tiger kittens up to 100 mItes.IRAILER homesites from $2250 - 31.Trojaa

for the '65 models so free. Males & females available.FR BAIRD MOBILE MART non-waterfront from $1510 IZ 0 IJ warrior

we've marked prices down 69847.FOUR Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 33. Synthetic -
HOMESof East Palatka Phone 3281050x Marina LocationsINVEST 14 : IS
fantastically! BEAGLES one year old 930 language

I' OSAVE untrained lips full blooded.I Ocala x 35 1 BR Liberty trailer, very here - -
: facilities needed i- 36. Peace goddess
13", no papers. $35 ea. Phone reasonable. Phone 372-5283. Lot U IS
HUNDREDSOF A6 -22". Phone 629-3200 Jct. 301 441 C-9 O'Neal's Trailer Mobil i e Motel Locations.INVES
DOLLARS GERMAN SHEPARD puppies for Court. Ideal for student or couple. &tI s:4WL4wkL& :z; 17 2Q i' 21 zr li 38. Amount of .

sate. Second driveway South of FOR SALE 1962 Sunlight mobile : accommodationsneeded -:2: assessment
on the nation's best- Drivea
home BR
2 10 x 51 fully equipped
known manufacturers U. of F. Camp Wauburg. entrance in excellent condition very Spark a bedroom with a color. 11 2. z- l7 zs It4i 40. Asterisk
on 441 South. ful burst of dahlias-use scraps for
models. small equity and take up pay. DAVID ANDREWS- petal patches. 2 _ 43. Put on
Little ments. Call Willlston 528-3731. I 50Al JJ 7 JZ 33 J+
Mobile Homes For Sale cargo45Vbh.
HOUSETRAILER for sale 8' x :32 REAL ESTATECEDAR "Dahlia Garden" quilt brilliant 44.
GIVE AWAY good condition. beauty a true showpiece JS "" // JT .J 'l'l
IJiJ ...31. 2 BR trailer tub & Phone FR 6-8085 or KEY 3841 or 3831 Make matching pillow too. Pat- /h VZ; /: &. i
PRICES shower. Cond. above average for Save LotLowest tern 930: charts. patch patterns
a FR 6-9058 LAKE SANTA FE large lakefront gredient
See Interior to appreciate. I directions. Jj 4/ 43 44
.-on the spot bank rate age.$1500. FR 6-1887. I high lot beautiful view. convenient ;% 46.Jap. salad
financing low down overhead In the Industry to town. some citrus easy .
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like 33 LOTS FOR SALE terms. FR 2-4471. Thirty-five cents in coins for this 4S i" 47 46 plant
payments. Monthly payments pattern-add 15 cents for each pat-
to work and you benefit. LOOKto 2.4 ACRE WOODED HOMESITES tern for 1st class mailing and : 47. Poetic
8. - -
low Saveon Inc. 2 3.
as as $60. Home Sales the future make a sound In- 35 Houses for Sale Send to Laura o
Minutes West of Town off paved special handling. contraction
mobile homes. Many brand 0SQ
64 mobile bedroom vestment. See our top custom -
home your new floor plans. 7 year financing. made 12 WIDES at 10 road, $1,600 call Dick with Robinson low down anytime payment NEW MODERN REDWOOD Wheeler.Dept.Gainesville, P. O. Box Sun 161.Needlecraft Old- _ _ 48. Prayer
Drive out today. 3 miles South WIDES prices. 8 yr. financing I bead
RALPH A. FOSSEY, Realtor Chelsea Station. New York 11 N.Y. I 75
of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. available. Lake Geneva Trailer 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359 S12,500-S87 month Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER L_ _ -" _J 50. Man's
THEY LAST! 374-0171 Sales on Hi. 100. 1 mile S. E. 3 BR. 2 colored baths NAME. ADDRESS and
1944 Hillcrest trailer. 2 bedroom. of Keystone Heights. Open evenings ONE HALF ACRE LOT FOR 130 ft. lot on paved road ZONE. For time 26 min. Af Newtfealwro 9/26 nickname

50 x 10. Equity $500 take up and Sunday. SALE high & dry with deep Dbl. stainless steel sink
after 3P.M. well and electricity, located on 13 ft. Formica work area
payments. Call 374-1521 NEW FOR 1965! 200 designs -
FEDERAL 376-9281. Kincaid Road; $1200. FR 2-7173 30 In. Coppertone range more fashions to knit. crochet than
104 x 208 Lot for mobile home.
Laundry rm. adioining kitchen
Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery

NORTHWEST $1500.Prairie. 1 For Mile appointment S. off Paynes call RAILROADSIDING 8 ft. glass dr.. Ig. windows dolls' clothes. Send 25 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Salt I I 35 Houses for Sale
QUALITY HOMES TRAILER SALES Beautiful wood paneled areas cents for new Needlecraft Cata-

4820 N.W. 13th Street 2702 Waldo Road N.E. FR 6-3052. LOT Carport 1520 NW and storage room log. THREE bedroom. family room FINANCIAL needs require the sale NICE 7 room frame -house,' on
55th Ter.
At Palm Lane 376-0205 HAVE large commercial lot with F R 25400IF I located on large corner lot. Excellent of a 2 BR Cement Block home I' large lot. $ 500. Every one hun-
Gainesville. Fla. WYATT- railroad siding. Will erect build- VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT neighborhood. convenientto in Northwest section. House sits dred paid down one hundred
Your- Mobile Home FEDERAL QUALITY Ing to suit tenant. Give satisfac. YOU CAN FIND A BETTER I PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt schools and shopping. FHA on a well grassed. shady lot. sliced off of this. This bargain
Center I HOMES INC. tory lease. FR 6-6457. HOME FOR $22,300. BUY ITI Book. For beginners. experts. Send financing. The James Company. Will come to reasonable terms. never been offered before. Phone
Shopping 4820 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville We do not believe you can finda 50 cents fowl Phone Call FR 2-1858 after 6 p.m.
.. FR
Trailer SalesHome FOR SALE house trailer. 38 x V 62297.
FR 2-5113 Walt Johnson. better home for your money
: Mgr.
completely furnished & air conditioned FOR THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE -
anywhere in the Gainesville area. 3727401.M
of on 100 x 150' lot In the EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a
Look Sale DON'T MISS
at these features: Sunken 35 Houses for THIS
Pacemaker Mobil Homes heart of good fishing & hunt- living room. Solarium. .Huge House with charm. beauty cypress -
Shasta and Alrstream Ing. Fowler's Bluff on the Su- panelling. family room TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt
covered screened porch with
SHOP THE REST. Travel Trailers wannee River. Less than $2500. through bar and bar-b-que pass- $65 per month includes taxes and CONVENTIONAL parquet floors. Japanese s hut. Malore Gardens 3% ml. Southof

Ocala's First Mobile Home Call Wm. Howard 374-8845. pit. Central air conditioning.gas insurance. All city conveniences 3 BR., 2 Bath Cent. Ht., and ters skylights. .near Univ. & campus on 441. 3 BR, 2 baIts, .
Since 1948 built in G. E. Kitchens. $100 Air. Cond. Nr Parochial P.K. Yonge. archi den for Dad. 'round
Dealer luxury kitchen with ; and Designed by year com
beautiful 1 lots in NW. wife-saving FHA includes
MANY acre down VA. $395 down
BUY AT NORTHWEST 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. dishwasher and disposal. G. E. Edwards Elem. Schools; Lg. Fam. Rm.. tect. For information call FR 2- fort. Priced right. Drive by,
Priced from costs. Hugh
Several locations. closing -
phone FR 2-4625
629-1358 FR
Phone oven and Terms Beautifully landscaped. Like New 0328. or 24336.
range. arranged.
Inc. 2909 N.E. 15th Street.
Ocaia. Fla. $1750 UP.FORDYCE. By appt. Call Mary Moeller. WOODROW SEAYThe
& ASSOCIATES. INC. Hugh Edwards Inc. 376-7971. 3767971. I
50x10 REALTOR FOR SALE two bedroom unfurnished Master Builder ,
FLORIDA PARK house by owner $350 down
SERVICE CALLS $5 926 W. Univ. 3761236N. PERFECT FOR RETIREDOR CLEANFour 3 BR. 2 Bath. over 2200 sq. ft.; and resume payments of $44 per BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2 bath CCB

BEDROOM Heating Air Conditioning W. 16th Ave. $4500 up bedroom 2 bath home In Large wooded yard Fam. Rm.. mo. Inquire after 5:00 1724 NW house. central hwt & air cond.
& Refrigeration Service N. W. 23rd Blvd. $3000 up YOUNG MARRIEDS choice N.W. location. easy walk. Picturesque setting. Under $30- I 55th Terrace. extra Ig. living rm. & dining
ONLY ContractorAny S. W. Acre lots $1000 up ing to. Littlewood School. New 000. area. Shallow well with! pump &
make or model window Newberry Rd. Acre lots $3750 up New colonial ranch style home on paint Inside and out. terrazzo I BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $S$ sprinkler system. Only 3 blks. to
units and household appli wooded corner lot. Garage is per- floors, built in range and oven, TREES By investing in a U. S. Steel Home elem. & jr. high sch.'ois. Price .
Also we clean heaters. MARY MOELLER, fect for storage now conversionto central heat, beautifully woodedlot attract the buyer on these lots 283 built in this area by $14,500 financing avail.: For appT Ito
ances. Florida room or office later. and established lawn. 3708 x 275; N. W. 39th Ave.: includ- ALACHUA HOMES. INC Inspect phone 374-4285 or 372- .
Phone FR 2-5002 REALTOR G.E. eye level oven and counter N.W. 22nd Place. Ridgeway Con ing 3 BR.. 1 Bath. charming old- Phone 376-0630 5333. Bob Saunders 1033 NE: 22nd

$12 1019 W.FR University 6-4471 Ave. top Built-in range.book White cases.terrazzo Breakf floors.a at struction Co. 372-8965 or 3726624. er home. Call Mary Moeller. Model from Home 1 P.M.Opening- 5 P.M.every beginning Sun. Ave. _ ____ I j

PER WEEK counter. Easy qualifying. $12,200. NEWLarge INVESTMENTApprox. August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY 11-3 acre lot in West hills. $650 down. $78 per month. Hugh 300x300 with four 3 BR.. Compare cost with all other 3 TOP EXECUTIVE &
Phone 462-1350 Edwards Inc. 3767971.BY 2-story home In new restricted 1 Bath homes located 718-804 N. Dedroom. 2 bath. fully air cond. PROFESSIONAL
SO WHY PAY RENTSEE residential area. Has 4 bedrooms homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY
W. 16th Ave. Call us and let us .
OWNER house In N. W. fin 2 baths upstairs; living. THE CUSTOM
34 Waterfront Property ancing arranged. Call 376-0734. consult with you regarding your TIME.
workmanshipcall dining kitchen. lamily room.
TOM or JACK at. For top quality study & powder room down investment in Gainesville's fu- I BUILT HOME OF

WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. ture. We have many Income GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle

Northwest Trailer Sales 372-6142 Reg. Broker. specalizing in JWK Phone FR 2-8965. W. P. Ridge- properties and business lots. FOR SALE IN S pace .setter,

UPHOLSTERY AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. 3728404NEW I Forty foot Florida roorn
2702 WALDO RD. N.E. GR 5-2981. MaryMoeller Luxurious master wii'b
1SOS N.W. 13th St. ROOMING HOUSEFIVE 3 BR, 2 Bath Colonial Home S suite
At Free Etlmatas-P1c. up and OVER 30 acres of Lake front, many LISTING with almost an Central Heat & Air Cond., 2 I walk-in. closets-cfress1ng ,
delivery. bearing pecan trees. Also 5 fur. acre of ground in beautiful Florida BEDROOMS 3 baths new- Car Garage Fireplace 10% r room; built-in vanity wall '
nished houses with dock and deep Park. Spacious and gracious ly redecorated. Central H eat. and shoe closet
well pump. Many extras. On three bedroom two bath All rooms rented. Completely fur- Down Payment. 9 Fabulous kitchen. breakfast
home with large living room Income. Located II .
Lake Santa. Fe. Inquire Lewis nished. Excellent utility room and workshoparea
large dining room pane I led
Jewelry Co. In area near Business Pro- McKINLEY
study; fireplace overs I zed fessional Offices. Price $12,750. ,
master bed'oom two car Realtor Construction Co. I Twenty-six foot closet wall

garage. beautiful grounds. Guest suitewith sunken tub .
DiSCOVERREAL all in perfect condition. FOR RENT OR SALE 1019 University- Ave. '376-2258 Paneted library with fireplace ,

NEW LISTING in Highlands. Beau- THREE bedroom home. near Sidney FR 44471Associates 1.1
tifully appointed three bedroom. Lanier School and Main S Two landscaped patios 1 1-
TRAVELADVENTURE two bath house for sale at FHA Street Shopping Center. Two bed- E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler acre lot in most select
evaluation of $16,500.00 Large Included in Dick Durbin Sharon Grant
room house to be r.eighborhood
living room large family price. Well landscaped corner Member Multiple Listing Scads of sky light so houseis
room with broken tile floor. S
lot. Call for appointment to see. ,
csheerful in
corner lot with sidewalks even gloomy I
enclosed garage. Many HEIGHTSLocated weather
extra luxury features. ALACHUA REALTYAssociates ; .* This house' is Ideal for

ECONOMICAL living at only $8- at N.W. 37th Place & I lavish or casual entertaining

900.00 with low down payment 4th St. New brick homes under O Never have you seen so
AIRSTREAM possible. Two bedroom masonry construction. Pick your own much cabinet and drawer

home of 1.300 square feet In con Member Multiple Listing colors. etc. VA & FHA Terms. space under one roof.
venient Northeast. Another two
Three-car Total
THIS WEEK'S IS ONMANARO'S PREVUE bedroom home near the 635 N. E. 1st St. by i I square footage garage.4,000 under

SPOTLIGHT University completely furnished 374-2448 Realtor roof
at $9,900.00 with rental Income Arle T. Smith. Broker Capitol Builders. Inc.
possible. Mabel Associate I Happy to show by appolntmenl
N.W. 37th Place A 6th Street
LARGE beautiful. well drainedlots BEATLE BUYS Call 372-4341 374-7781 only.
1965America's or
RESTAURANT In Rldgewood. Reasonable I I 372-1987
prices. All improvements paid. FOR ONLY $450" down and FHA PLEASE. PLEASE ME. Buy
-.- .' on Hawthorne Rd. Littlewood Westwood schools approval you can have Immediate this beautiful 4 bedroom. 2 bath
.tli n lust around the corner. possession and ownership of split level with central heat and ---
w Open since 1959. Manaro's is one of Gainesville's the best value house for sale In air conditioning fireplace and -

oldest and loveliest Italian Restaurants., Finest Travel J. W.KIRKPATRICK. conditioning.NE Gainesville.Paneled 3 BR family with room air 2 car landscaped.garage. 2,200 Corner square lot, nicely feet OPEN HOUSE

frailerPremiere joining living-l ning area for extra 27300. Owner sell and
Featuring all of the popular Italian dinner and foods. says Beautiful 2 bath
Realtor spaciousness. Electric range please me too. new solid brick, 3 bedroom ,
\ Mr. Manaro owner & operator personally prepares 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 and dishwasher. Back yard completely home
i- everything served in his dining rooms. Mr. Manaro's Showing ASSOIATES: enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND with open brick fireplace. Built in oven
In This AredSeptember Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at while we sit before the old and cabinets
custom built kitchen
specialty is delicious losagna. Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. 2213 NE 7th Ter. brick fireplace in our spacious ,

21-27. 1964 Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin OCALA block, 3 BR. 2 bath. irg. 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Large large storage and utliity room. Double car-
Checkered tablecloths and candles enhance the din- kitchen complete with oven
open-beam ceiling. paneled
charming dining rooms and lend romantic atmosphere Daily 8 AM to 6 PM GREAT MOVING trade TO JAX opportunity.? 'Will I Ing & family room with fire- range. dishwasher. disposal and port with curved drive, sodded lawn. Excellent

for special evening dining. Choice wines Sunday. Sept. 27 12-6 PM trade beautiful water front oUce Irg. fenced-in back yard plenty of space for eating Separate location. Immediate occupancy with small
builtin kitchen. 376-2080 or 468- dining room. Big two
home in for
also add to the Italian flavor. Ready for your personal Gainesville Mayport home area or property.your 1483.. garage. Near University Country down payment FHA, no down payment VA.

-f/ Custom built for ferocious beach STOPONLY $450 down to qualified Club. Located at 506 N.W.
11 Manaro's is closedon the 34th St.
from 5 to .
Serving p.m. p.m. inspection living. Hugh FloridA Room. .. buyer. 4 BR, 2 bath CBS. CLOSE YOUR
Monday. fleet for separate Family Room. .three FHA financing. $91.27 mo. Sell WHILE I''
all new Airstream KISS YOU in the privacy of our YOUNG AMERICA HOMES
bedrooms. .three baths. '.Of
er pay closing costs. Call 3720481for
1965. Step aboard the fice or den. .beautiful kitchen. appt. to see. 1806 NW 38th secluded bedrooms screen porch. Three I
Many. .Many custom features. Ter. Florida room excel 3727070COMPARE1
Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT most superb travel trailer Shaded by towering live oaks. lent landscaping paved street.
SACRIFICE by owner nice 3 BR. $13,000.
Will trade or sell outright. Con-
ever built with featuresyou tact Hugh Edwards Inc.. Allan 2 bath., CCB house in NW sec I

won't find in other Donman Sales manager. 372-1551. tion. Lg. paneled living rm., with YEAH, YEAH, YEAH Young !
wall-to-wall carpeting. Built in love special. $300 down. $41 per I
BILLIARD'SA DINING CAFETERIAS trailers for years to come! THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB. oven & range. Separate diningrm. month to qualified FHA buy I
traverse rods. $750 down. D a y with bar. $450 down. and er. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. oak
tnt lunch or |lusta $83 per mo. 4004 N.W. list Drive assume$90 mo. payments. Phone I !
FOR A good LONG'S CAFETERIA See completely new ,
CUE STICK BILLIARDS tart 39th Ave. 374-2313 after 5:30 P.M. I
cup of coffee Ifs Serving hours 11:15 til 2 P.M. and floors.Arnold
Fan for not only young men floor and layouts .
LARRY'S RESTAURANT 4:30 P.M. till 1:00 P.M. BY OWNER. Pine Forest. new

BUT young women too. 1225 W. Univ. Ave. 7 days a week. new ideas .new innovations brick. 4 Bdrm. 2 bath, built-in I McKINNEYGREEN a THESE HOME '
Bring your dates We've expanded & are ,open 24 313 W. University Ave. kitchen. $800 for equity assume VALUES
Open 10 AM. til 12 P.M. hours for your convenience. more wardrobe FHA loan. 374-2174. REALTY COMPANY II'
905 N. Main StreetDINING Multiple Listing Member BEFORE YOU BUY
ANYTHING in Gainesville. This 3 !
Sandwiches or complete dinners COCKTAILS more window area BR, 2 b, with tremendous screen- 372-3522
served in our dining room or Associates: SAVE !
ed 15 x 48 patio is a dream Jim
our curb. Open 10:30 A.M. new airline type bathroom distinguished subdivision: huge lOt. WE RECOMMEND Sheppard Jane Caldwell
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? to Midnight. Charcoal Steak Room Smorgas- the entire trailer is You'll enjoy seeing it. Stilt timeto Yes. this nice home will please Walter Hodge Stoddard Jimmy Bob Kalkman Greene 1IiIIIIHIIIIIII1I1I"IUllll! PIIIUIIIII: The following are now under .1
Dine by candlelight In the delight. NW 13th St. pick colors. Call
301 your own
Its lace.tion
to tow in ways -
board. Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. 2 now lighter. easier you many The following
are for construction
ful atmosphere of Italy 3723727.BY is ideal in the Northeast ready and will be ready "
MANARO'S RESTAURANT FOR a fast sandwich. Ice creamor drinks for the price of 1. Dane than ever! HOME & INCOMEA occupancy.
3 B.R. 1 bath
OWNER concrete block 3 bed Highlands area -
fashioned til for
lust a good old Ing 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's occupancy soon!
specializes In Lasagna. Pizza. LR. O.R. Fireplace very nice 3 B R,
the Combo Richard rooms. 2 baths. large convenient. 1 bath home
and other delicious Italian Food. root beer. Stop by Parkers orches- This is your chanceto See at '1417 NW 10th Ter. garage *- A real good value to live in and adjacent buildIngs 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. !
A & W ROOTBEER STAND tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-2442. It's realistically at S11- 4 BR., 21* baths.
2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M. see the fabulous 65's priced for Day Nursery now inoperation 11250 da, J -9
372--4490 Closed Mondays. 2307 NW 13th St. THE REDFRANKSREALESTATE 500 A quality home Good with unlimited income. $144 per mo. uuumU"'IHIIII' i
for quick refreshments ORLEANS your chance to try on condition Can be F.H.A. financed Shaded lot 160 x 415. N. W. lo372
Happy Hour S to 7 P.M. -
NOW OPEN Alan's New Dancing to the music of the Cobras Airstream on the rood with $350.00 Down and cation. For full particulars call 3310 N.W. 30th PI. 4120&4121
24 HoursKing $72.00 month Drive by 351.
per -
MR. SANDWICH SHOP Serving Wed.. FrL & Sat. nights. yourself. If you've ever MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON 1114 N. E. 5th St. and call for 3 BR, 2 bath $400 dn. $87 N.W. 19th Dr. I
Across from Univ. Post Office size sirloin. 16 oz. need we Steaks to ROOMING per month.
perfection In the dreamed of high adventure EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area appt. FR 2-3617. HOUSEThe
Featuring our own roast beef sandwich ???? $2.50.DUTCH STEER ROOM plus attached Superior
say more garage. 3 BR !
income 2
places from this bath, S5CO dn., 581
and faraway large two
in natural 55 cents. 4540
gravy. TREATRESTAURANT NW 13th St. 374-9191 CCB Construction 3 large belt- MUST SACRIFICE story home -uulllllll!
will net per month.
'The best roast beef In town. now is the time to make rooms. 2 baths Big Uvmgroon an income the owner !
is while
Yes this opportunity to
dreams with fireplace. entrance fjytr. your paying for the SHOWN BY ADVANCE
all those travel purchase a fine 3 B.R. 2 bath- property and give him
1802 W. Univ. Ave. GENERAL GAINES Mice S16 a nice APPOINTMENT
SHELLEY'S home of the Original cover; ot>o. yard. ONLY
Central heated home for S2XXM apt. to live In. For 1
true! full details 4119 &
come 000 witn choice of financing. Cal 4127
ITALIAN SANDWICHDial Delicious. melt-in-your-mouth STEAK ROOM under the FHA value of $17,250 call us.NICE. 527 E. Univ. Ave.
372-4582 Southern Fried Chicken Featuring U.S. Prime and Choke MISS 6-0817. I Located in Madison Park Owner LArge. comfortable home fora N.W. 19th Dr.

for fast. free delivery Complete dinners from 85 cents steaks prepared to your tasteon I DON'T CUSTOM BUILT and designed by must selL 2 yrs. old & NEW large family. 4 BR 4
Also pizza X, Schlitz and Lowen-- Serving from 7 AM to PM our open hearth. Holiday Inn. I local architect with ultra modern good condition Don't let this baths up living room family B It. 1 bath, $500 dn, S7'
brau on tap. 119 W. Univ. Ave.or TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT 1900 S.W. 13th St. FR "266. THIS BIG EVENT Florida Living in mind. I extra good value pass you by. If you want a really nice home room. parlor dining room, per month.

our new store at 2204 SW 13th St. Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area Don't wait It won't be on the then take a look at this new 3 dinette. screened porch. BR,

14CI NW 1st Ave. BOWLING Refreshments! Valuabledoor plus 3 car carport. Central he-t market long at this price. Call NW BR. 16th 2 bath Ave. CB Half home at34 f kitchen Vft baths down .' -....._.
FR 2-3617. acre lot.
BABYSITTERSWILL prize! All your travel & ircondttioning. Dream Kituv heat & A-C. Central phone conversation necessary
en .."tt unusual eating are a.
ADVERTISE IN THt BOWLING at its finest at I trailer questions answered Striking & pat MOVE IN Elec kitchen A small down ALL OUR HOMES ARE

PALM LANES io. Large 'lot in e.L' Heights. I Three B.R. sleeping porch 2 payment will move you In. Give
BABYSIT in evenings Open every night for your enJoyment i Must be seen to be appreciat bath HOME completely furnish us a call today. NorwoodHope OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY -

DINE CANCECIRECTORY & on Saturday in my home. from A.M. to 2 A.M. WYATTTRAILER ed. S&OOO. Call 6-0817. ed Single car garage paved UNIVERSITYREALTY SEEING ANYTIME IF

729 N.E. 10th PL Free nursery service. street City Sewerage. lights YOU WILL JUST CALL.
2606 Waldo Rd. 374-4454 Claude M. "Re : down payment Owner will
SALES 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 6- l17
carry mortgage Call FR 23617. -
TO blST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACEOF Member Multiple Listing 1115 N. "H" I Inc." 1123 t-C. 4th STREET

ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. 3 bedroom 1 bathroom frame Ph 372-4351 Main St. vVe Trade Homesor FR 4-S30I or FR 47WBUTWY
I I house. dose In nice neighbor ASSOCIATESJ. W. M. AJiunroe. Broker
CALL 378-1411. I OCALA-Ph.629-1358 hood Igshady lot S9.9 SO Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth Assoc: Property
Terms. Walter Stubbs. Inc. Ph. CaL J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire S. E. McLaughlin, Frank Roby

31.5394. Multiple Listing Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas Jr.

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35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 42 Farms & Acreage 42 Farms fir Acreage 43 Colored Property 43 Colored Property -
ONE OWNER ONLY compact BY OWNER 3 BR, 2 bath CCB HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2 baths 80 ACRES too ACRES. :3 BR home tobacco HOMES FOR SALE New Quality Hugh Howard built
3 BR 2 bath home. furnished or home. Lot 100 x 110. New exterior Fla. nru wall to wall carpet liv- South of Newberry and West of allotment barn, tractor It pulp, 213 bedrooms SE 14th St. & borne. Three bedrooms. 1 bath.
or unfurnished quiet neighbor. paint. Trees & shrubs. ing room air condition. Phone US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful utility sheds and pasture. Only 7th Ave. Small down payment. As low as $43. per month withs--
THE TIME IS NOW hood 3 blks from So. Idlewyld Near churches and new shop 372S3J or 3722086. large trees. Partly cleared $34.000. $7200 down baL over monthly payments $57 to $65. $2,000 down or will arrange terms
school good location 10 minutes ping centers. Walk to Little- 2 or 3 BR home on Lake Wmnot. suitable for pasture or farm- 20 yrs. Also homes built on your lot to suit buyer. Located 443 NE ...... .
from Univ., down town, or Country wood Westwood schools. Bus All furniture Including wash ing. Several lovely home sites. FORDYCE ASSOCIATES. INC. with no down payment. flu Ulh Street. '
Club. Moving to California.FR service. Strip oak floors window Ing machine refrig. t new bed Only $120 per acre Half cash REALTOR FR 2-4125. Hugh Edwards. Inc.
4-3102 Sunday and after S cornices aV Venetian blinds. room suite. Workshop. Locatedon and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP, .24 W. Univ. 374-1234 Phone 374-771
weekdays. Seen by appointment. FHA financing (450 down & beautiful well landscaped REALTOR. NEWBERRY. NICE freshly painted home In

Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr GLADYSSMITH S89J2 ..monthly.taxes. 17 Includes NW 36th Insurance St.- IVi after acre 6 P.M.lot.weekdays.S6.400. GR 5-5424 Gilchrist TOBACCO County.ALLOTMENT 120 acre farm the rooms.Jonesville$150 closing Settlement.:fist, balance 2 bed I
Phone FR 24411 300 acres Includes high wooded 44 mile highway frontage, 2 bed- easy payments. Call 3/4-U20 day SUBURBANHEIGHTS
3 BR frame house on 40 x 100'" lot hammock small prairie with running room home tobacco barn and t.8 or night. Bruce BulW-rv 'I
House to Rent? $50 a month. 2 BR 1 bath sm. also U by 100 lot next to It. 2 creek. 7 miles west of acre tobacco allotment. Excellent :
TWO bedroom house
porch.No terms. with bath. .
living ran Ig. kitchen wells and 2 septic tanks. Price Gainesville $300 per acre. Can
down payment to person S4500 cash. 2013 SE 2nd St. Ph. 3745102. ANGLE REAL ESTATE cated In New Gainesville Lo-I' .Gaiae V IVS Newest -
3725393Price with good credit. 1704 NE 1st 372-5W. Win. McKlnnon. Can us for detailsC. $150 payments.closing Available cost. tow Frestiee" Address "
Ave. Ph. 372-1S37. MUST BE SOLD by Oct. 10th 3BR. 40 Acres approx. 6 ml W of L. Angle. Broker BRUCE BUILDERS 1250 NW ., Bunt for Those Who Desire
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Reduced a Real BargainIn 2 bath house In NW Gainesville. Livable house $20- O. J. Angle. Associate 15. Best.
sec. Only the
vacancy Ave. FR
and S
t a 3 brm. 3 bath home In NW FHA SUM down $9 per .
Cent. heat air 000. 4404 NW 13th St. 374-4927 PL
tion. 17th
area Finley School. Monthly month to qualified purchaserwith eonditloning- 41120.LOTS N. W. 43rd & N.W.

YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit payments Heat. Large only J12200.and beautifullot. Can.tral Spacious Income with of 3$550 BR per& 2 month.bath. $600 down Phone FR 44314. 14.2 acres NW 39th Ave. Beautiful FARM for sale. 191 acres located I am interested in buying several Bern fcy Laatfwg FOOT of BullderIFRED Gauttsviie's
rolling land In country. North of lots at the right price. Call
large sep. LR-DR and kitchen.at SWIMMINGPOOL approximately 20 miles MASON
Neighborhood 4 block of shopping S Gainesville en Santa Fe RIv.r.Over A. W. FLETCHERMACOMA
acres Nr new Hosp.; suitable
II Two story older home. Can be for Vt mile river frontage. 50 ADVERTISE HOMESW.
I center at 1005 NE 6th St. complex bldg. IN THE
I made into apartments good financing Harold N. Stringer. Ph. 3724459 acres cleared 140 acres WOOd- P. RIDGWAY
ed. 2 acre tobacco allotment SERVICE DIRECTORY
-See 122S NW 4th St. or 4-4140. Ranchettes, S. of town; price re-
house and tobacco barn. Idealfor
- Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU BY OWNER. Immediate possession SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2Vt" bath rowk- crop farming. SlOO per
Roomy 4 brm. 2 bath home financing arranged. Not In masonry home with 14 x 32 430 eres. Nr West Gainesvillewith acreTerms.. Gainesville's newest and most .10.
EVERY DAY until it is rented -large corner lot on NiV 6th St. a prelect. Call 372-4401. days or SWIMMING POOL. Located In 29S acres hwy. frontage.MARYMOELLER. luxurious apartment buiUing .. :
: Central heat-This can be a 374-274S evenings to see our 1SOO the NW section lust outside
home and future Investment too sq. ft. 4 BR. 2 bath cent. heat the city limits. This Is an exceptional ALSO have 200 acres of high rollIng .
See 1924 NW 6th St. Then call & air cond. CCB home at f2f NE buy at 324.350.CONTEMPORARY land Ideal for planting Ii LAKESHORE ."
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 10th PL REALTOR Si pines.00 per Adloins acre -Olena terms.State Contact Park.
us.GLADYS 3 bedroom 2 John R. Dykes, Reg. RE Broker TOWERS
SMITH bath home of Ocala block construction 101* W. University Ave.F Rt. 2 Box 122C3. Citra, Fla. or
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day PARRISHPRESENTS located In the NW sec R 4-4471 call 439-571 Ocala.
Realtor tion. Special features Include
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Associates: stepdown beam ceilings Florida central room heatingand open NOW
Virginia Power Anna HInson air conditioning: range. car. I

$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day 1221 Caroline W. University Novas Ave. pets dishwasher.drapes. garbage Beautiful disposaland lawn SEEShadowlawn
For Rent 4 Bedroom. 2 bath.
Phone 372-S393
and shrubs. ONLY $25,300.
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day home in Northeast. Central heat !' ,.
and. air conditioning. Unfurnished. LOVELY 3 bedroom IV bath Estates i j
FORDYCEREALTOR split level home located
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day in the NW section lust
For Rent: 2 Bedroom home in NE inside the city limits. ONLY ...
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day room Location.and Living screen porch.room. Unfurn dining 15.250 with $700 DOWN. For Yourself s.

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ished. HUGE home 2 with story 2 sleeping frame 4 porches bedroom located 3 and 4 Bedroom Models I
Almost 3 bedroom
at 214 NE 5th Avenue
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day LIVING ROOM & BED- I and ,air-conditioned 2 bath centrally home heated on ONLY $14,000 with $1,200 DOWN. INTEREST ITEMS 4
ROOMS. 3 BR 2 bath plenty of large 100 x 200 lot In Wimberly

$85 per mo . $2.83 per day storage.bookshelves 1900 patio sq. ft.fenced built yard.In Estates. Built-In kitchen units. JOHN

large utility room. beautiful BLACK ACRES. Traditional :3 bedroom Large Cedar Snack Bars

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day from large baths.25 o'clock Come Sunday see this home Sept. room, separate 2 bath home dining with room.living fam- MERRILL Closets .. Intercom AM fr.,

27, 129 NW 30th St. ily room with fireplace lovely Sunken Tubs and FM Radios LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: ; -
1 $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day modern built In kitchen. Central REALTORMULTIPLE
$450 DOWN heat.MASON Interior Planters Sho-nuf Family Swimming Pool Recreation Room

I $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Florida airconditioner room kitchen fireplace.equipped 3 BR MANOR. Neat. 4 bedroom PHONE FR LISTING 2.1494 Exposed Beams Rooms Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
2 bath. 1400 sq. ft.. landscaped 2 bath home with cen- ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Fireplaces Complete Finished Control Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
lot. Only $8648 a mo. Call tral heating and air conditionIng. PARDI Baths Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute
W. H. BUCKHANNAN Spacious LaundryF.
Fordyce 362.1236. Lovely fenced rear yard Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR makes ideal play area for chil Elevator
NO QUALIFYING dren. Convenient .to schools. 37 Real Estate Exchanged 3
Separate dining room living room D.. OLIVER
and Florida room 3 BR 2 baths. IMMEDIATE occupancy can be H-A-V-E 376-4456
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS lovely NW neighborhood. Large had on this pleasant 3 bedroom Business Investment Property. Builder PHONE
t masonry home on nice 150 Front ft. on busy street In
corner lot and patio. You name .
your down payment and we'lldo large lot In Florida Park. WalkIng NW. FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
the rest. Call Fordyce distance to Gainesville High Exchange_ for W-A-N-T property anywherein Drive West to Glen Springs, 39th Avenue (24 Hour Service)
and J. J. Finley Schools.
374-1234. city. Contact Wayne Mason. and 34th Street Intersection. See Signon SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
UNIVERSITY ACRES. New west- TEW REALTY FR 4-4441 anytime '
f 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
I 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sole FORDYCEAssociates. acre side lots.restricted Paved subdivision streets. Inside of Left.

lots $3950. corners $ 2SO. 0 u t- 38 Real Estate WantedI FR 2-0866 Butler Bros.
FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 74 3 I BR 2 bath bedrooms and liv. Inc. side city limits thus NO CITY BUILDERS
I fuel tank 100 shrubs brick patio. Multiple Listing Realtor I
room carpeted new forced air ACRE LOT. 10 minutes from
fenced yard near elementary and oil furnace. On t acre of land. 3 Grace Fordyce. Broker Gainesville with access to Lake 2
(Junior high schools screened miles from city limits In NW Associates: ----
I ., Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden TAXES.M. Alto, now connected to Lake
porch 3 BR I bath 1500 down. section. Call FR 4-5883. M.PARRISH
If O. C. Gay Dick Banks Santa Fe. $420 with low down
you Quality FHA. See at '25N
.E. 20th Ave. 3 BR. 1 bath central heat air Frances Hough Sarah Goulden payment and balance at $10 per
conditioner stove & refrigerator 92' W. Univ. mo. with no Interest charge. Ph. 1
448-1874 after S P.M. on weekdays Come See Our
SS50 What Is 374-1234
FOR SALE by owner 4 BR. 2 equity. your often .
bath central heat air condition ? 2503 NE 10th Terr. Phone :
ed built In kitchen dlshwasher 374-SWO. BY OWNER. cen. heat & air cond..
1 disposal 1 blk. from Club 2W" bath 3 BR. family living. Associates Inc.H. 40 Business Properties
House & pool Membership .In* 3 BR block home 100 x 120 lawn dining rm.. large kitchen built- Wayne Hill Helen Graham
4 eluded 211 NE 10th Dr. Phone fenced with Llgustrium hedge. in appliances. Large garage. Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish LARGE store warehouse.. Approx.
376-1021. after 5:30 P.M. or week. r high. S500 equity and take over 34AI N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR 19 NE First St. 9,000 sq. feet.' 1030 E. Univ. S
1 ends. payments. 374-1308. 24511. Tel. 372-5375 Available after Nov. Write P.O. i
Box 2383 Tampa Fla.
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41 Residential Income SNEAK PREVIEW:

4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- .
.If I Joining rental property. 200 ft. .
i Why be cramped in a frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd
Ave. Will sell together or separately.
314 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-
\ 4752. Of AII-NEW 1965 MODELS A' t.

s crackerbox! You can own a I THIS UNUSUAL ADMIRE HOME IN IIi--=

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3-Bedroom Home Offering Lloyd Myrick.more qualityfor .Bldr. I : : '(; t .,. ( '< "" ,' .
: "".
Spacious : '? V :

less moneyW : ,. ,' '. .'_>-:I.,
I 34th Ter. off N.W. mil
Ave. Open Sundays at 2:" or :: r_ '"" o '.

I in Highland Court Manor by appt. 372-548 or 2-854

New Brick Homesby

for less than $80 per. mo. 3 & 4 bedrooms Builder built-in kitchen F .. \, .d

equipment. cen. heat. VA no .....
down payment. FHA from $700 ....
down-no closing costs. .

Capitol Builders. Inc.
You leisure best and its roomiest at Highland
can enjoy living at its N.W. 37th Place 4M street I

Court Manor. No crackerboxes here just plenty of leg-stretching, use- I Call 372-0341 or 374-778. ;

able space for your investment. From three-bedroom models to four bed- \

room-with-family-room models, you'll always get your money's worth from BOBBY L. IIf I

,., ..,...
ys.:: : .
Kirkpatrick and Pierson. Over 25 ..
it's Quality BRYANNow

of home-building experience The Concord

Built by Kirk pO tri C k years bock in Gainesville )
to in all -
assures that. For example, serve you typesof
r errono.
And Pierson. you'll find extra quality features IMAGINE fun-filled days in your spacious family room the cheery

in ALL Highland Court Manor homes not just the most expensive.And B & T Terrazzo glow of hardwood and pine burning in your own fireplace some chilly win- tl-

Company ter's eve. All this and more can be yours in the Concord by Young
Features such as Owens-Corning fiberglass insulation, central heating, op- r

2605 NE 19th Dr. America Homes. .
tional central air conditioning, TV and telephone wires built-in, Wolman- Phone fR 2-0111

ized pressure-treated lumber, full concrete drivways, double stainless steel The Concord's incomparable baths will put other new homes to shame 1.1'.

sinks, Tappan built-in oven and range Price\ Includeswith as will the colonial kitchen with its coppertone G.E. built-ins. ,

hood, fan, and filter, safety-edge New Homesin DON'T BUY A HOUSE anywhere in Gainesville until you've seen Young ,,
Tappan Built-in
Formica counter tops, and many many I America Homes 1965 editions at Village Green.

other features. Remember if you want Oven and Range. WESTVILLA ,\' thrill
I ..- v You can to gracious living
<0 .
lasting quality in a. new home, think of Kirkpatrick and Pierscn first. Why in a Concord for only $705 down and -:
NW 16th Are., monthly payments as low as $98.50. .
models ? 1:30 6
not see our today Open to p.m. I

at 37th St.

Highland Court Manorthe I Drive North on Main Street to N.E.

I WALTER STUBBSInc. 16th Ave. turn right follow to YOUNG T AMERICA HOMES

Hchl swim club community N.E. 15th Street turn left follow

to Young America Homes sign at Village .
Phone 376-5394

Green turn right at N.E.

Sales Office N.E.. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471 "We trade houses" 3Ch Avenue. At Village Green


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50 Mobile Homes 53 Office-Desk Space 54 Business Rental 61 Wanted to BuYCOINS 64 Household Goads
I : ; 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 47 House for Rent Furn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
: NOW RENTING TWO bedroom, study. air conditioned FORDYCE & ASSC ver Lake. STxl BR deluxe trailer 1105 W. University Ave. First Class building W. Univ. Ave. Price S800 U.S. and foreign sliver and Guaranteed
and bus lint We have several nice homes for Office, Space Air corxL, elevator me. Call Hershall ,
near school ; 12x34 lalousled porch, rubber per Haynes dollars proof sets and 1955 42 Refrigerators from $39
.- COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex $125 per mOo Lease required. FR rent. Please call Fordyce and tile en floor. Insulated ceiling. off-street parking. Janitor FR 6-2441 or B. F. MIzell, FR half dollars. 9 Ranges from $39 DP Inventory
apartments large living and 6-6159 after 6 P.M. Assc. 376-1236 for further information. large utility $65 me. service available. Call FR 66406or 6-7551.
dining area modem kitchen with room per REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP 17 Washers from S19 up
fan, large storage closets terrazzo RENT furnished house. 2 BR air Phone 473-4854 or FR 68316. FR 23419. I LARGE Shop building. Long term 809 W. University Ave. < Dryers from $49 up
.. floors, tile baths, space heater conditioned. fencad yard screened THREE bedroom house with stove TWO offices, lust completed, first lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th 2 Food-Freezers from S99 up
and hot water heater facill porch. SIM per rr.onth. Phone and refrigerator furnished. Available 51 Misc. Rentals class, 360 sq. ft. to each office Ave. FR 6-5568. CASH for your used appliances! 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
ties for washing machines. and FR 610.1.IMMACULATE. I last of Sept. 1311 N.E. 14th $75 per month each. Located FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE furniture clothing etc. Call Williams 10 TV Sets from S35 wp
Ter. 5115 mo. on lease. Wese 2615 N.W. 6th St.. Nationwide Service Center HawthorneRd. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
I paved streets. See at N.E. 26th call John Merrill Realtor.
2 BR FR 62472. Insurance, FR 6-2524. 372-3937. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 Reduction
I 372- man Realty
Ter. or call for appointment section completely turn large FOR RENT 3721494.
I RETIRED executive would like to
5321 or 372-5322.
; play area. Near schools. Call S20 MONTH
for appt. FR 2-9701 after p.m. 49 Rooms For RentIN Newberry Trailer Park 54 Business RentalsSAAALL 56 Business Opportunities Invest In small business. Writeto DISCOUNTPRICES
I 45 Furnished Aprs. daily and anytime week-ends. Newberry. Fla. P.O. Box 61, Keystone Heights.
WALDO furnished rooms for business or office space located "DISTRIBUTOR wanted for RCA- Florida.
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 ALACHUA. Modern 2 BR. carport men with showers linens and ACCOMMODATIONS for h e "a- in 1600 block West University Whirlpool I Ice Machines. Excellent .
+ I month. Phone 466-3448. utility room. front and back maid service. Phone 468-1184. coming week-end. Air cond. apt. Ave. For more Information 64 Household Goods
opportunity for dealer In allied
See Mr.
porch. $40 per mo. phone F R 6-3012-
1' furnished. Private with swimming pool. Fully furn. add We undersell
NICELY entrance line new product. everybody.
: Phone 442-1703. SAtE
EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. 11th St. W. Phillips.
1" bath and parking space. New patio. Phone 376-7947. SMALL warehouse for rent. Write giving full particulars." COLDSPOT refrigerator. good HENDRIX i
$45 per mo. Duplex for male Excellent heat business man or DAN BYRD Box 58iM, Gainesville Sun. condition. $60. Call FR 2-1806 aft
students 1010V W. Univ. Ave. student. 1516 NE 7th er 5:00 P.M. FURNITURE CO.
1"*' 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. graduate 51-A Wonted To Rent 3768268.
$90 per mo. Call McKINNEY St. After 6 P.MeNICE I 61 Wonted to Buy CLEAN used refrigerators for sale. NW 5th Ave. at 10th St.
I. GREEN REALTOR FR 23617. 3 B R, 1 bath, living rm., diningrm. ROOMS. close In, central WANTED to rent or buy and take Phone 372-5002. 2
stove -
I.. BEAUTIFUL apartment large BR.f .. kitchen, screened NE porch 10th; heat off street parking. Refrig. over payments. 3 or 4 BR. 2 bath ADVERTISE IN THE WOULD LIKE TO BUY 12' wood 20 CU. FT. upright freezer S125er good condition refrig., reasonable dishwasher
huge kitchen & dining rm. com $110 Ter. 376-6957.per mo. with available. 531 SE 2nd PL Phone house preferably NE section. Call, SERVICE DIRECTORY fishing boat suitable for small i will exchange for refrig. in price. Also Misc Items. 1707 E. J Buick
0binatlon, bath & screened porch. 63
I .
377-2542. 376-2109. lake. Phone 462-1278. good condition. Call 3764727. Univ.Ave. FR 69660.
elec. I swimming poof _
Water 2 BR screened porch Ig. yard for
furn. No children, pets or drink. Available FURNISHED ROOMS Vft blocks
lease 9165. $110 monthly.
.. --r Ing.berry Near Rd. Interstate$100 per mo.75. New-Phone NW 20th now.St.Weseman FR -2472.Realty 115 Call from 378-1398 campus.after 928 S SW iJvMale 1st' Ave. _....' ....-.-.-.-|-WE-BUILD ON YOUR" LOT ANYWHERE IN FLORIDA .....' ..... transmission I, V6.heater standard solid t

.1' 372-2105 or 61146. 3 BEDROOM house-2 blocks from students only._ = .:..... ,.. blue.
.- SUITABLE mature male student in nice quiet hometo waiernxn.wn.r. .5
Univ. campus. $ts per. month. NICE room alw w a
: close In, reasonable. Phone Call FR 44222 before a.m. mature student or business '
; 374056 111 NW 7th Ter. Phone FR 6-4046. $1795Special r
person. _
4 ROOM house S34 per mo. Inquire =
-. -.j. ONE apt.children BR for or rent.furn.pets.,Couples air Phone conditioned only.376-6859.No S09 4827 SW before 2nd PM.Terr. Phone 376- SLEEPING ing men ROOM only. Ph.for' work-372- E : UNDER ONE ROOF 1 : ,

t 1421 SW 12th Ave. ALACHUA City limits. 2 BR. electric 2601.

.: GARAGE APT. and 1 BR apt. for lo carport kitchen large 2 yard screened$70 per porches mo. :.' ...J."C. C ,----- ." .. ., 4-- :...:.....;;. ; ; .. : '-'":.:; :'" b-4 T .: = 1/62 Chevrolet r
rent by the month. centrally
Mobile Homes
50 ,'
... Call 376:19253:
t cated. Phone FR 2-9244. $ I I4Door
, NE *th SI00 mOo 1 bedroom trailer for rent. Moore ON YOUR -" > station wagon 9
,- 46 Unfurnished Apts. 530 1242 NE 4th SU Ave., kitchen per equipped, Haven Park 2330 E. Univ. Ave.. LARGE BLOCK UTILITY Ta BATHS passenger power steering :
376-8164. .. radio,
UNFURNISHED Duplex near cam S90 per mo. air i conditioning
1 i- pus, 3019 SW 34th Way. Family 1114 NE 5th St., S110 per "0. 372- I heater solid white.
of 2 or 3 only water furnished. Call McKinney UNUSUAL -
no kit. equipment. $45. Phone FR 3617. $1895
I 2-9903. NEAR CAMPUS 2 BR duplexapt. 4-Bedroom-2-Bath I II
S90 me. I
: LOVELY 2 BR air conditioned duplex lease by year per
Married couples only. Not suit 6ICa
,with built-in kitchen $90 mo. HOME
-, See It daily after 1 P.M. at able for children or pets 3766651. E
e. 312 NW 19th Ave. CLEAN two bedroom house In Suburban Heights 0o I
: DISTINCTIVE 1 BR apt. suitable country setting yet near town t :
Living Room
permanent single member. within sight of Med. Center. $75. a Mercury
apt Dining Room
Also furn. I BR FR 6- Phone 374-6464. .
7392.: Master BedroomDressingRoom i Station full power.including ,
4 BR, 2 bath. CCB HOUSE FOR Z
{ ; 47 Houses for Rent Furn. RENT. Highland Court Manor Family Room 0 Den air conditioning.
call 372-5347 or 372.2080- 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms .
a Push Button Kitchen. W $1895
house NW 3 br. 2 bath. S120.00 C. B.
bedroom 2 bath on
Sliver Lake near Keystone. NW 3 br. 1 bath. S100.00 C.B. Screened-In Laundry and Swimming Utility Room Pool S AMAZING SQUARE FOOTAGE-WE'LL BUILD THIS "SOUTHERN BELLE HOME" ON g

J 3762615.ONE MARY MOELLER, Wall-to-Wall Carpet X I

L past bedroom Stengel house Field on for left rent side 1 mi.of REALTOR Central Air Conditioning Heat and YOUR LOT .(Does Not Have to Be Approved) a

ra a d. For further information 1019 W. University Ave. z Z 62 Buick
: contact FR 6-1467. FR 6-4471 FRED MASONPHONE

3 BR turn house at 1731 NE 55th Can luilt to binding code !. Inel.Westinghouse built-Ii
$100 mo.
3 BR house per any Special convertible automatic
be from 2 'till l ,
Terr. May seen HOMES Iso
:1 at 1124 N. W. 3rd Ave. $
be seen
dark. For Information call FR 6-7870. FR 2-8340- 2-3182 O the state even-rang comb LOW AS 9990< m c transmission, radio< r.heate$1595 r.

.: ADVERTISE IN THE UNFURNISHED. redecorated 2 Ask About Our IRC!, full l'/2 baths m
Incl. oversized kitchen
BR house elec. range. Immed-
:. SERVICE DIRECTORY late 2-4:30 occupancy.P.M. or call Can 376-5702.see Sun. Trade-in PlanMcCOY1S BEg lac!. 8' Kitchen pantry closet formica top-rolled Z I

.. I >- liel. 8' high ceilings birch cabinets TM
e I wan! to wall
? lac!. 8' high folding-A' long *We Also Build Anywhere In Florida ,
: NEW w closet doors-and many Incl. dressing tables I.a in 62 V'wagen ,
I many other features each bedroom
d i heater
Sunroof r a o,
: MODELS beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. III 55200 j.. > IF YOU CANT COME IN-MAIL THIS COUPON white. \,
.1 adjoining city limits. 3 TAMPA BUILDERS. INC. '

The Charming fie Livable 1 31C5 N.W. 4th TERRACE I
: Open 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 3 bedroom 2 both, large 1 GAINESVILLE, FLA. I i

Daily 10-6 study, family room living screened porch, beautifulroom 1 NAME ..................................... ..... 1 '62 Saab
dining room oak family room oak parquet
Green parquet floor* drapes infloors, drapes included ] STREET........................... TEL............ 1 2-Door. sedan heater.

F Village eluded.Down. $30,000 10% $28.500 Our 1964-Parade 10% Home Down. I / CITY............................... STATE...... I $850

"' BY 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. 0 I Own My Own Lot 0 I Do Not Own My Own Lot S
0 Send! Representative With Blueprints I

YOUNGAMERICA "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let 3105 N.W. 4th Terr. i _ r _ 111.1
v us give you an estimate on contracting your new .
= custom home. PHONE 372-7401 'r

Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day... FR 6-7290 N.E. (GENE) PARAMORE 61 wa en

HOMES Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502- LOCAL 'MGR .'ATTENTION SALESMEN I I I We need experienced men to sell Convertible, radio heater.
Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. these fine 0/omesl Good earningsl Contact MR. PARAMORE
Colonial and contemporary !I. .......ii-ii II. ... . Ph.. 3 : = $995

., styles: Brick and
i -

i block.3 bedrooms.. 2 baths. GAINESVILLE'SYEARS i!
4 .. 61 Corvair

bk All Family city rooms.conveniences and AHEAD COMMUNITYBY "standard 700" 2 transmission- door, coupe radio -

k g services. heater..

,. \I e Completely Beautifully' landscaped.new design BUTLER BROTHERS Why Pay Rent? $995

for Gainesville area.

North on N.E. 15th '
Street to N.E. 30th Avenue ,

Turn right. 4-Door sedan, power

OWN YOUR HOME steering power brakes radio L.
Telephone' 372-7070 $16,000 "P heater, automatic !'

$ transmission.


II II J I ,1
$100 Closing Cost .

1- ,I NOW'H ftJ: y59 FordFairlane

500, hardtop automatic -

AndDevelopment S transmission pow- ,"
er steering power

.. $12,250 UP MONTHLY PAYMENTS radio heater extra sharp. ,.S
:.. Co.
.... $995
\ Spacious 2-bedroom home, $400 DOWN FHA TAXES ANDINSURANCE
t lovely' paneled family NOTHING DOWN VA

t room, beautiful landscaping $100 Closing Cost FROM JUST
.i. with underground S. .
.q sprinkler system. Many $ 16 .- 60 Rambler
other living luxurious tuck'as IJ PER MONTH -
I some wall-to-wall carpeting FROM 4 Door station wagon,
and large screened Classic, standard transmission
private porch. Located in .i'r heater.

;1 N.W. Gainesville.A $795

home Santo
second on
Fe Lake All modern NU DRAINAGE PROBLEMS. "\

; and priced under $9,000
for the works! Owner Is \ f' '
f serviceman, overseas and ALL CITY SERVICES L ul 60 Eng. Ford

needs to'be relieved of re- .. .,ry .. { LY? 4 Qie JN,
4-Door, sedct.
.; sponsibility.

j N.W. 26th Way. Off N.W. DIRECTIONS: Drive West on .' .;., $295
16th Ave. Beautiful NEW 16th Ave. Turn

::. largo brick home on extra. Left on 38th St.

J special woodecllot. or: 39th Terrace.
I '58 Renault ,
Frontage on 441 large
t improved 4-Door, radio, heater,
good price.Realty. clean. a

$395 :'1


: Development Co.
; 125 N.w.I}ri>STREET 56 Chevrolet

JIf Jack De Yet. Reg. Broker v
'J Call 372-2511 or Com In 2-9545 NIGHT 6-9048 f
4-Door' station
,. 125 N. W. )3tlt St. xf wagon,
u V-8. automatic transmis

..- .. .... down INCLUDES . $495


includes Large I Improved Lot G.E. Built-in '
. J HOMES 59

Kitchen Radiant Heat Garage
READY OCCUPANCY 4-Door sedan, radio
FOR or Carport All Masonry Construction heater automatic transmission. 1

THE REGENCY-3-bedroom 2-bath. Full brick foyer. double n 00 down VA ,...c..' Real Plaster Wolfs Terrazxo .
carport. 1.435 square feet. Huge lot with room for stable S $795

.. and corral in rear. 1736 N.W. 39th Drive $19,000 10% includes closing Floors Awning Windows -

down $122 per month.
Formica Cabinets and Vanities
;. THE POWELL 3-bedroom 1 V -bath. Oak floors central 22 Models From $11,250416,900 I

.. heat full brick large WOODED LOT. $14,000 $500 f ,>' .. Fully Insulated CeilingsAll City

o down $86.49 per month.



I : For quick free information at no obligation call 372-2527 $ HUGH S MOTORS

: or 372-6441 evenings.

: : You can depend on jreCJt EDWARDS,


: :: 901 WALDO ROADs -, '." .-,,

: town" 2909 N.E 15th Street T-; <:-::FR 6-7571 t
1 biggest little. builder in -_Builder_ Developer ._
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4 ,r Sunday September 27, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7C I
I 66 Misc. For Sole 66 Misc. For Sale L. 73 Musical Mer>hsn.'t.v -

: BOB WHITE QUAIL COSCO feed a. play table 56; play- STOP" VIOLIN. 3/4size.- $30. 85 ,Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sal -
pen & S3 twin bed $15
Dretsed quail $1.25 each. pad ; ; i
I 462-I9S1 Alachua, Florida. B-4 bag (a luggage piece) $10; I : Phone.376-2352. 1964 OLDSMOBILE HOLIDAY VALIANT, 63 standard shift, V-10C, CLEAN, 1956 Ford, radio heater,
umbrella type clotnes line $12; LOOKREAD WILL COUPE local owner, fully equip... 225 engine, radio. Phone 372-7838 auto. trans., PERFECT SECOND
I transfer
SEARS Kenmore oil heater. 55.CCO car top luggage rack $10; 620 I choice of to responsible party ped. Including air cond.. .,000 after 6 P oM. CAR, must sell. Call FR 1-2136.
BTU like new, $75; gas stove $30 NW 36th Ter. 376-4131. four spinet or consolepianos. actual miles need cash Will trade.
I Pick up payments of Wur- money. 1959 TR-3. Roadster, ridw. heater
See at 1336 NE 7th St. 'PI. FR 6- $3,600. New delivered -
9805. PRE SEASON SPECIAL until ,' This Is a chance of a lifetime to litter Spinet Piano trade back *C400. Home phone FR price. wire wheeis. 43,000 miles. FOR SALE ENGLISH FORD 1958 -
Oct. 19 only. Living room size I buy top quality office machines. save $220. wurlitzer Organ with Bus. FR 6-2980. 64908. Good condition. Phone 3/6-8749. first $150 will take. Call 372-9628.
REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zig LP GAS HEATER plus our gas I sound &_ motion pick up pay- ""
Zag and attachments. Round bob- 2 cylinders, plus complete nor-I Prices so low we don't dare quote ments. we have a piano to fit 1960 RENAULT DAUPHINE 1956 JEEP Station wagon 4 wheel 1964 GRAND PRIX Sunfire Red -
In. sews forward and reverse over mal I them in this $325. drive also 1951 new price $4800. Sacrifice at
installation, ready to heat I adll any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. 1959 "evgeot $425. Both pickup truck. Call
WJf'N pins and needles. $6 per mo. balance cars in J. L $3585. Trade excepted financ-
economically, ail for $46.65 total I 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. per ec* cond. Must sell, Joe Smith at FR 2-8661. Day- -
$36. Mikell's Sewing MachineService. cost (only $15.55 down). 250 pieces of office machinery Reda U14 NW 3rd PL. time or FR 2-1383 night time. leg arranged. Call FR 25398. .. .
SPINET Pianos or call
815 W. Univ Ave. 371-1 PROPANE LP GAS (typewriters adding machines (new) beginning at FR 2-7/C/
1355. Archer Rd. FR 6-5110 check .protectors cash registers $495. Rebuit mall Srnd Piano 1963 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon 4 87 Automobiles Wanter _'"
: 4 $650. Also another truck load of dr., V-8. A.T. heater.
calculators file cabinets) ready VW 1960 DELUXE 'with power
NEWNumber CITIZEN BAND RADIOS CHAIRS dining desk use. 4 contour those tine steering. like ,
to gol factory rebuilt pianos good condition clean. $1000. new a real deal at CARS WANTED. .41'iQS4 folds
New and Used $60 shape' walnut finish $6.50 fully guaranteed arrived today. $1895. Call 372-3251 after 6 P.M. & Chevrolets. Al Herndon Service ..
Al Complete line of photo supplies ea. Also 2 elee. hassock type i We have all makes and models. We invite you to visit i-s for all Phone FR 2-3477 and ail day Sat. & Sun. Station. 9U SE ISIS St. -
, 81411I FUll ER'S POlO INC. fans. $8 ea. Elec. hair clipperset t. Whether it's electric or manual; your musical needs.
619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 20713 $4. 372-3481. rebuilt or new. WE HAVE IT. LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE '-'

T.V antennas. S3 single stack $7 FOR SALE 35 mm Argus C 3 II2J.E 1st Street '
double stack $13.00 corrotete! kit. F-3J camera with case $20. In- Grand Opening Sale FOR!: SALE used consoe: piano, extra COME SEE. = -
I Jim' Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. quire 2832 NE 11th Ter. nice. We lust received another .
: BOAT 12' stainless steel, $50 CLARINET. wooden. b-flat reconditioned load of good used upright pIt
N Cameria. Yashica-Mat LM $60 $25; Detecto baby scale, $3; UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. anos from Boston. Make your selection COME SAVE
now before all !
: cost they are -
w-case orig. $90
rubber foam bed pillows $1 ea. 1 FLE CHECK PROTECTOR CO
Both like new. Call 372-5<<8. Remington Roll a matic elec. gone. for all. GAINESVILLE -
2727 NW 6th St. MUSIC CENTER 1025 W.
NEW and used chain saws. lawnmowers shaver $5. 376-2639. Univ. Ave. 3725421.
edgers. tampers light BRIGGS & STRATTON reel type -
REEL type Johnson lawn mower mower and edger, both need repair ZENITH 120 base accordian, like
plants. cable. Wisconsin Briggs I
.. Hotpoint automatic stive 1762
L & Stratton. nw and used mo- Kenmore portable dishwasher.Call so will sell for $15.00 ea.' new, cost $500 will sell for The 1965
tors. Rental sales and service. 372-1827. Phone F.7 2-5229. $175. Also 44 base $75. H 111-
Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE iXJVVt ING'S UPHOLSTERY crest Trailer Ct.. Lot At
16th Ave. Phone 37-3A11. SIMMONS HIde-a-way bed beige I -
I Chairs. low as S3. No
vinyl like new $75. 3610 N. W. money SPINET PIANOS .. 'o. ... .!:<- ''''_. :I"_. .
WE WANT TO buy late model used 33rd PI. Phone FR 6-8943. down low as $5 per month. 2 spinet pianos with matching ; \!::, .. ',":" :- -';. ... .,, ;
refrigerators. Exceptionally High EARLY AMERICAN sofa and I Free estimates, pickup and delivery benches and new warranty, re i: v '' V 1' \ V'
; V 't' v" /
service. All
r : trade ins now given. matching chair, $70. Phone FR 6- I work guaranteed possessed. f0'1J---- :
64 Household Goods 64 Household Goods WILSON'S EXCHANGE 8711. Phone 377786. I Gridley Music Co.
111 S E. 1st Street Phnne FR 6479.. AIR COND. Emerson *A ton. new 17 FT. CABIN BOAT with fiberglass Gainesville Shop Center 372-5353
I- old Kenmore elec. COFFEE tables ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw $200. exterior. three windOws. I FOR SALE >
, yr. range reupholstered liv. Must sell because moving Monarch B-flat clarinet A
excellent cond., $100. Walnut twin I room suites. bedroom suites G.E for sale. Call FR 62027.REPOSSESSED about $70. Phone FR 6-3662 until locking door; steering wheel reconditioned In excellent SENSIBLESPETAURS.
I bed frame, 15. End tables & refrig.. glider antique furnitureand 11:00 P.M. speed controls & trailer S195 or I shape. $75. Phone 372-4791.
: lamps. 376-0361. bric-a-brac. Nearly Nu Furn will trade for used car In very
1964 White Design 0 Matic Zig 12 gauge dbl. barrel shotgun $45; good condition. Call Norton. 376- BLOND Spinet piano excellent ,
1 ONE dbl. kitchen sink with cabU! iture. 318 NW 8th Ave. .FR 6- Zag does all fancy stitches and new Black & Decker elec. saw 9745 Sunday only. condition $525. Phone FR 1-2078. r A / ,
.' net. faucet 8> drain connections. 4892. ouitonholes without attachments. $25; M-l carbine $75; Smith-Cor 4j> '\ ;J.
Also 1 Royal apt. size gas stove. Reliable party to assume only ona typewriter $35; trampoline UPRIGHT PIANO for sale $8.5, BUESCHER condition, alto saxophone,, good _,, v. ,:_ -"'.
new case $50. _
I used 30 -days. See at 1612 E.I 66 Mise .For Sale. 4 payments. of $8.20 each. MIk- $85; G. I. steel cots $4; Ig. SS good condition. ""
Univ. Ave. ell's Sewing Machine Service. coffee urn $50; spike German Phone FR 6-9058 or Phone 376-7254
; 815 W. Univ. Ave. 378-1355. helmet $22; machetes $3; knap FR 68085.TV's .
West. upright freezer $65 sacks si; Scuir regulator &
, FOR SALE 14 Wolverine t
Range frig. 40 $45 I SINGERSLANTOMATIC Automotive
'-- with factory built trailer and tank $75; BC-348Z short wave receiver Largest selection in the
I H" "r.t refng. 2 dr. $75 .
$19-$80-17-23 inch trade in
$85. area;
25mdromat $49.50V spare tire and 40 HP e I e ctric
I I starter Evinrude motor. Equip... CONSIGNMENT SALES allow. Financing & discounts on
V roTto wash N dry $75
E: -mbo wash N dry $75 Aparox.: 7 mo. old. does every- ped with new battery fire ex Army Surplus cash sale: KIRKLAND T-V Hawthorne 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
An;.';.ue Leather Trunk $30 thing with out atfs. Makes but. tinguisher and life preserver.All 425 SE 2nd St. Rd. across from Gaines-
I Antique Wood runof $1750 tonholes, sews on buttons, blind in excellent condition, $450. DANISH MODERN sofa bed and I Drive-ln. FR 2-5047. ALLSTATE CRUSEIRE, completety ,.
.4. Wicker Desk & Chair $18 hems. etc. Pay bal. of $128 or For further information phone matching chair $35. Brown. beige GE push button elec. range 4 overhauled, looks and runs
I Antique Love seat $45 take up pay. .of $7 per. mo. 495-2141. and black stripe walnut finish. burner timer Ig. oven 2 yrs. good. STOP. Call FR 2-3M3.
,, Don't call write Jimmy Crosby QUAILS for sole live Phone 376-0209. old; cost $289. Sacrifice at $109.
iness. dressed. Phone 481-2674. ALLSTATE metal utility trailer, GE clothes dryer good cond.
/ like new $100.Call 149. FR J-5047.
ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw LET'S TRADE FR 6-7465 CONDITIONING. fun up ARE
* complete dbl. bed. apt. gas stove. HERE AT
{ 30 gal. water heater elec. Ironer 1 for sale. Call FR 4-2027. your. tired air conditioner for a 67 Trading Posts Special. $2.50 for performancetest.
] oil heater 321 NE 3rd St. SEWING MACHINE rebuilt washer freezer refrigerator DUNCAN PHYFE couch excellent All makes and models.
Singer Zig Zag. Used like new or dishwasher. condition $90. Prone 376:30o9.; WANTED to swap bird dog, 14 of Chrysler built cars. Hawes- RIDGWAY MOTOR
i if
: HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS some condition with instructions and A-I HANDYMAN SHOP LARGE Sears portable dishwasher mos. old had some traininglast Powers Motor Co., Air Conditioning CO.
good shape some not so good. guarantee. $64.10 Balance. Dealer. FR 6-0267 excellent condition $100. season, for standard 1 make Servicing Center. 204 N.
'1 PHONE 376-6819 372-7680. Phone FR 6-7648. 12-guage shotgun. 481-2286 Main St., Phone FR 2-2561.
BLACK-DECKER 6 inch electric i
t ASSORTED pieces of home furnishing ELLA'S CERAMICSBeginning saw good condition. $40. Phon : FOR SALE Kelvinator electric I HELPI HELP THE STUDENTS
. to include 3 piece bedroom I FR 2-8620 or FR 2-4379. refrig. like new, large freezer HAVE TAKEN OVER. I would 85 Automobiles for Sale RAMBLERAMERICAN
I set dbl. springs & foam II new classes f A.M. GOOD clean GE Filterflow Deluxe $43. call; FR 2-7532 after 6 P.M. love to trade a gas stove for a
rubber mattress, all excellent I 'til 5 P.M. Closed Thursday. I 'washer. Call FR 2-2436 after-I and all day Sunday. second refrigerator. Phone 372- PLYMOUTH$175. 1955. good condition ;
I I condition. Phone FR 2-0908. I 2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5568 5:00 P.M. 408. I
Used Vacuum:: Cleaners Call 2-9792..
$15 and up, some like new. Call Lively New
70 Boats-Marine Equip.
IMPALA convertible 1958 V -. 8
376-7110 or see at 712 N. MainSt.
Kirby Sales & Service floor shift new interior. Must
\ 5 H.P. Johnson, excellent condition; sell this week, sacrifice $395. FR CompactEconomy
n SERVICESj DON'T merely brighten your car $85 cash. Or will trade for 3 HP 2-6226. -.- = -
: pets.eliminate. Blue rapid Lustre resoiling.them.Rent. Johnson Evinrude.. Phone 376- PONTIAC Starchief, 1958 4 dr. King
J 9733. hardtop, P. B.. PS auto. $525.
electric shampooer $1. McDaniell -T
See & drive to appreciate. : ; Has Spectacular
j Furniture Co., Gainesville Shopping 15'10" Sportscraft boat & Johnson ::.
25 hp. motor. Original price T. Glass FR 2-4753.
; Home And Center. $2.000 will sacrifice for $200. CHEVROLET NOVA 4 Or. w NCWZingfOr'65!
i BusinessBulldozing sedan
i ROUND Maple dining tables with Phone 376-7882.
I 1964.
Nothing Clowtake
: two leafs and six captains' chairs. UP pay-
I $135 will sell separately. Phone 1964 17 FT. Owens fiberglass boat ments. Call FR 2-1696 after i
, FR 6-6760. complete with top and side i PM.
rear curtains, 85 HP Mercury VALIANT. 60. A.Tr & h. 4 _.------......_---------------_..__._---.-..-.-....--_.....-.---...--.....
1 NEW 12 x 12 green rug and pad. dr.
tor and Murray trailer.
Upholstery gas log 23" TV oil space 'heater V-200 black exterIor r J. & white
( extras! Same mO-l
as new ran
SMALL 20" window fan. Phone FR -interior. Looks sharp, good mechanical -
.- bulldozer loader dump hrs. Will sacrifice. Call RAMBLER CLASSIC
-9907. condition. Call 372-5424. 6
trucks fill
j dirt lime rock. Top UPHOLSTER your furniture at ext. 320 evenings, ext. 348 or
soil. Phone 372-7846. reasonable prices. Call Sally. 21" G. E. T. V. picture tube FORD, 1954, runs good $75. SIM-
' Experienced. FR 6-9888. 4248 ok, but something is wrong (I SC'JBBA GEAR new tnk and CA 1959 almost new engine,
;! Picturs Tube Mortgage Broker N. W 13th Ter.Remodeling. don't know wnat) $25. (This maybe regulator! pressure gage. S100. good tires. $375. $450 for both.
: Repair a great bargain) Call FR I Call Ronnie at 964-1432 or 964-3661 411 NW 15th. St. anytime. MUST S --- AliNew a
I Variety hors MORTGAGE MONEY 25C35.HENDERSON'S. and McCoy Lumber FR 24361. .SELL.

5Vi per cent interest. Terms to MILL STORE US i 17 Ft. CABIN BOAT with fiber- FORD 1959 2drstand. trans., V :-.-- Intermediate Size!
25 .
years.BUY DO YOU NEED. Florida Hwy. 19. Crystal River Fla. Tons glass exterior, three windows 8, economical to drive. Priced fo Spectacular Styling
I BUILD REFINANCECall room more room. extra of Towels, Miles of Fabrics Hun- locking door steering wheel immediate sale will conside :
room roof
work 1
dreds of Rugs. Headquarters for speed controls & trailer $195 or trade. FR 6-5542.
and Performance
or maybe a -
Don Byrd Ph. 376-3875 complete new home? Beach Towels.ENLARGER will trade for used car in very .
for a free estimate. & guaran- good condition. Call Norton. 376- CHEVY Impala '64. New f't
, FHA and conventional at lowest teed work phone Carl 35 mm 2V X 3', 9745 Sunday only. B Sensible Rambler
current rates. Terms to 25 Waters 3728049.EXPERIENCED. $20. leica III lens; 16 mm B&H 2,750 mi $2600. Call FR-
.. years. Will gladly discuss at no C.I movie camera. Sell or trade for FOR YOUR FISHING PLEASURE 6-4405. Extra Values!
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Nikon F lens. 3725056.
: Auto".Glass'! W. KIRKPAIRICK. Realtor and repair lobs performed by 10-16'. $97 up MERCURY convertible, 1960 power
i 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 28494 carpenter who loves his trade. l SINGERAUTO 14' Fiberglassed runabout steerIng steering,'brakes, windows & _._-..-.-_...._-._---_._ -. -.-..__.._.._---- ..----
: i-i- CALL FR 6.4907 gear box, controls $175 seats. Large engine. A-l cond.
AUlO lsour busi
I only FRED B. ARNOLD Call 376-0096.
boat $195
14' 1963 Elgin
ness. Immediate Installation REAl TOR Paper
Painting TV HP 1961 Elgin Motor $110 ,
free pickup & delivery Add FHA Af.D Tile 60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent
beauty & value to your car. Dry Wall Work- RepossessedReal 14 HP 1963 Elgin Motor $250 cend., one owner, many extras. RAMBLER AMBASSADOR V-8 6
nice. No attachments need or
AAAUI DIN'S AUtO GI ASS CO. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372.3527 C. C. GREEN 14-16' Elgin trailer nearly new $110 Priced right. Call FR 6-7824-
ed. Person with credit take
,I _3j.,. .N.W.- <..tt.> St..- FR U558. I.. H. A. & Conv. loans Mcintosh, Pla. 591-3361 up pay. :::6.$6 mo.good or pay balance 1 I FRANK PHILPOTT'S CENTER SPORT 1957 PORSCHE COUPE completely TOP DOWN TOP-OF-THE-LINE SURPRISE FOR 1965 ..
FORDYCE & ASSOCIAtES INC. of Write Jimmy Crosby 20 NW 14th Ave.
I rebuilt excellent condition
! Auto Equipment REALTORS RoofingC. Gen. Del. Gainesville.!
Bus-I throughout. See at 2115 NW 7th
_926 W. Univ. 376-1236 iness.
72 Office Equipment
PL after 1 P.M.
tfvORAUIIC: JACKS rebuilt & \ .- =
exchanged:; Repair kits for Plumbing L HARRELL "GIVE-A-WAY PRICES" 63 OLDS Je< Walker Jacks. Factory authorized ContractorFor Refrigerators $25 up; 17 CU. ft. I STOP charged 4 speed loaded. John -- : j
\ Walker. Hyd. ulMlack SEWER 'INSTALLED-. all you,"roofing! needs and repairs freezer $50" like new apt. sIze Pierson,FR 2-8743 or see at 1122 -- ../ '. Handling EaseSpectacular
0 Service Ag! @nf"WUt I'S BRAKE can vi anytime.FR gas stove $45; brand new sofa .I, LOOK NW 4th Ave.
SERVCE & SUPPLY 1314 S. NEW & used fixtures complete 6-7745 bed & chair $59.95.ANTENNAS. -
_Main; FR: 71497 plumbing service "B1G" JIM READThis '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with 1
HUGUl EY, Gainesville PlumbIng CAMP LUMBER CO. Complete 30 telescopic.. all channel air $1,300. STUDENT SPEC- ...... : .
AdvertisingBOOKMATCH PR M589 IF you have any type of roofing kit for $18.95. Is a chance of a lifetime to I CIAL. 54 Plymouth. perfect cond Look! ::
machines. 43.000 sworn to miles. PhoneFR Big
trouble call FR 2-8491. Econo kit $12 buy top quality office $395.
\ HOME REPAIRS Guaranteed cheapest prices. 6-4405.
ADVERTISINGand Call Prices so low we don't dare quote -
Call MONOGRAMING Hank Blackstock: PAINTING i REPAIR WORK Sewing Machine Repairr WILLIAM'S SERVICE CENTER, them In this adll 1957 wagon Cross, excellent country Rambler condition.station$500. -
372-2769. John (Slim) Goolsby Hawthorne Rd. Call FR 6-1950. -
376-6511 CAIL-SEWING MACHINE SER 372-3937 250(typewriters pieces of office adding machine machines r y, SEE ALL 3 SENSIBLE SPECTACULARS NOW! .=
VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve.
- / nrotsal Service HOUSE REPAIRS & PAINTING 378-1355. We repair all BECAUSE OF CROP FAILUREWe check protectors. cash registers 1955 CENTURY BUICK 2 tone, PS
20 yrs. experience had to repossess a 1964 model calculators file cabinets) readyto & Brakes, r & h. two new tires.
FRED B. ARNOLD Phone 376-0191 Makes._ Work. _fully_! guaranteed. swing needle, select-o-matic go. Very clean. $275. Phone FR 6-
l REALTOR zig-zag sewing machine. This I 7043.
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL TELEVISIONPICTURE Machine fancy stitches, buttonholes I We have all makes and models. MotorCo.
1 SERVICE hems, sews on buttons, ap... I Whether its electric or manual;
1219 W UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3527 TUBE Repair Special. SI pliques over casts darns mends i rebuilt or new. WE HAVE IT. RID G WAY
1' etc. Take over 7 remaining
j ADVERTISE IN THE per Inch plus $10 to Install most ments of 650. Call Credit pay Ad-i Grand Opening Sale I Sun Want Ads
Garage Doors tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special luster 3727680. STARTS SEPTEMBER 28
Reconditioned: IVs from $9.U. .
\ Installation I & repair. Havinc garage SERVICE DIRECTORY I / S.E. 1st Ave. motor. Small baby crib, also 5 UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. I Get Results 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
I door troubles? Call R. G. 4 Technicians with 84 years experience HP Outboard meter. Call after I 1& F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO.
. Cobb 373-1093. 3710 NW lHi' Ave. on all makes. 2:00 P.M. FR 64591. 2727 NW 6th St.
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I V.AUILLAV.Sedan DeVille. Factory air OLDSMOBILE 88H.rd.oPc.uPef200

__________ 163 low $4595 ILtl Star Chief i Sedan, factory air,

mileage. One owner. World famous quality. iji\ BUICK Full size Station Wagon. Factory OU PONTIAC. full power 35,000 5ligC

Sedan DeVille. Factory air 00 air conditioning. One .
mils 1 .
CADILLAC $3195 owner _ _
161 conditioning. $2795 owner. Low mileage. . . . . /PO Premiere Hardtop Coupe. _

Loaded with deluxe features. . . 1 59 JO LINCOLN Loaded, excellent $

BUICK Electra Sedan. Beautiful $11 QC mechanical J7 Jy59 _ _
.... 59 CADILLAC '
) Sedan. White $ | PQJP new white paint. Luxury model. II

f light blue. Outstanding buy. . . J 159 BUICK Hardtop Coupe. Air $995 HILLMAN 295

conditioning. . . .

57 CADILLAC Fleetwood. Factory $795 / r t\ CORVETTE Min9 Ray cnvertiWe. 11.000 59 MORRIS MINORcocd buy. 5295

; air conditioning. Outstanding buy: . miles 1 owner
I 98 Holiday .sedan. Factory 4-speed shift . . . . . 61 FALCON SMBST. . $1 095

62 OLDSMOBILE air conditioning $2595 760 CHEVROLET IL\ Station Wagon. 6 cylinder I $795 _

and fully equipped. . . Station Wagon. $1 095 OU FORD standard shift. _ _

I cJ! 98 Sedan. 5 cylinder, radio & heater . . . Sedan' 6 cylinder automatic

l -;:..i _. 62 OLDSMOBILE conditioning. $ooJccruise 161 CHEVROLET" Impala Hardtop sedan. /TQ 3O FORD transmISSion: power steering. $395

control . .. .' . . Factory air con. $

_ /60 OLDSMOBILE 98 Fac- ditioning. V-8, power steering . 1 595 61 CHRYSLER cSndd: d rioFn"ryoir$1495

____-__-.:..:: __-__-___ comfort, luxury and tory aVconditioning.Roomy $ 58 CHEVROLET ST V-8,.runs. $250 62 CROWN IMPERIAL Hadtop Factory .f::aon;,. _ ,

= dependability. . . . . 1495 FORD G'9x'e Sedan. Air conditioning, ditioning. Full power leather interior. *QQQ C

/ OLDSMOBILE 88 Holiday edan. Powersteering. 01 power steering.: Excellent $1OQC cruise control. . 3

OU $1 condition. . ... O7*y '' Station Wagon. $' --.
295 61 DODGE 295
Priced to sell I PONTIAC One owner, ;.

iitfE :; ;; : 64 Catalina, Hardtop $OOQCssdan. -

59 OLDSMOB1LEs8H0dt., $995 Air conditioning. Ojfc7 J 61 PLYMOUTH SSSTKS.$1295: ; _

Coupe. White and gold. Sharp. . . '63 RAMBLER f UDYd CD New Yorker Hardtop Sedan. ... _

Air 160 SniIdLCIFactory air conditioning $1
58 OLDSMOBILE cS;; $695 Slo:6$1695: CQC

!. g. automatic transmission. full power. I J7 J

'58 OLDSMOBILE 61 RAMBLER n..5$1 095 159 PLYMOUTH $695 ,. .
:; 98 convertible. 5595 Station wa Staticn Wagon. .

Good 'looking, good driving. . '
: 88 2 Auto- 5 62 VOLKSWAGEN whit 59 CHRYSLER _
'58 OLDSMOBILE cd= 395 $1295 Hardtop Coupe $'

.' radio, sharp. - . . Factory air conditioning. Loaded. I 095 _ _

: '57 OLDSMOBILE 88 2 door sedan 5395 '60 VOLKSWAGEN e. $100c G.M.A.C. FINANCING -

Factory air conditioning. . Station Wagon. 3 seaterradio. .u.x.e. . A/D OPEN EVENINGS CLOSED SUNDAYS _



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8C Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 27, 1964
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HAWES-POWERS MOTOR ". .,. .. -'' .
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"I'm sweating it out. the
"' NEW Number used lot is overloaded '
'. A j 8-1411 new reconditioned with like ..J MEW

automobiles. I NEW s

must make \.

room for the L

trade-ins on our .' '. .
new '65s. so I'm ., '., ....:-. l.
cutting prices to

the bone. Just look

at these fantastic buys.
'62 BUICK LeSabre 4 door GAINESVILLE
sedan automatic transmission 1
power steering power brakes AUTO SALES
low radio miles.heater', .air conditioned....._.,S239S 1007 N. Main St. Belvedere, 4 door,
Phone FR 2-6313 63 PLYMOUTH sedan, radio, heater,
MELTON MOTORS Northcentral Florida s automatic transmiSion, air con- FORDS Are HERE !
703 N. MAIN ST. FR 4-7571 Largest $1995
Independent Dealer ditioning. Was $2195 .NOW t

I POOLECABLEMOTORS 763 V200 door sedan,
automatic transmission, heater.
DODGE-DART TIME Was $1695 . . .NOW $1595
Impala, 4 door
TRUCKS FR 2-1411 163 CHEVROLET hardtop, automatic ,
lit SE 1st Ave. 372-4343 Courtesy Of transmission, power steering, V8, radio,
University ChevroletN. heater, sharp. $n 1 1
Value Rated .Main St.at 16th Ave. Was$2395 . . .NOW L I I 0 On Display Today 'til 9 p.m.e
7AQ 4 door hardtop crown, .
Used Cars Uw IMPERIAL power steering, power
B&G MOTOR CO. brakes, radio, heater, air con-
Cadillac Oldsmobile ditioned. Was $4495 NOW
2001 NW 13th St. New Yorker, 4 door
power power
brakes, radio, heater, air con$3195 e the Fabulous 1965 Ford!
TROPICALP.ONTIAC ditioned. Was $3595 .

163 CORY AIR "radio 700":4 door$, 4 speed e The Most Beautiful Ford Ever! I' .

302 N.W. 8th Ave. '64 VOLKSWAGEN heater. Was $1595 . .NOW 1495 r
FR 2-2583 Deluxe Microbus, sunroof, with Savoy, 2 door automatic -
top windows, radio, heater, and 62 PLYMOUTH
other accessories. Only 3.000 transmission e The Most Changed Ford in the 15 Year
miles like new, 50 BHP. fttdio. heater, 6 cyl., clean. $1 AAJ?
BARKLEYMOTORS $2695 Was $1195 . . NOW IUVD
'63, PONTIACTempest 162 MERCURY 4 door station wagon, History of the Ford Division!
LeMans air conditioned radio, heater, auto-
white with red top 4 ,
"IN THE AUTO GAME- speed transmission. matic transmission, power steering, power
BARKLEY'S THE NAME" $1895 brakes, air conditioned. $
2201 N.Main St. Was $2195 . . .NOW 1995V200 .
red clean. 4 door, automatic -

$1495 161 radio, heater VALIANT, real sharp. transmission, 45 New Models Available Now!

'62 CORVAIR WW 700. 4 tires DR R&HAutomatic. Rich 62 white VOLKSWAGENPearl radio, WSW, extra Was $1145 . . .. .NOW $1 i045i
White, Maroon top.. nice. 4 door, station wagon,
'61 CHEVROLET 4 DR, automatic. $1295 RAMBLER power steering, auto-
WW tires. '61 VOLKSWAGENBeryl matic transmission, air conditioned, radio,
white. R&H Stand. Trans. green radio. $lOfC
'59 IMPALA. 4 DR. air condi- $1095 Was $1495 . . NOW OT J
R&H, PS, See These .
tioned. WW tires
& PB. '60 VOLKSWAGENMango 60 CHEVROLET station wagon, 4
All cars are tuned. polished green, clean. door, automatictransmission
and ready to go. Trades and $995 radio, heater, air $11 AC and i.R
financing considered.
'59 VOLKSWAGENSunroof conditioned. Was $1395 .NOW I I YD

FR 2-3357 radio, heater,$895 black. ''Aft CHEVROLET 4 automatic door Impala trans- Many Other

'64 VOLKSWAGEN mission, radio, heater. $lAnC Models! x x
1964 Pickup. like new radio. Was $1295 . . .NOW I UYD
$1750 4 door sedan, radio, heater -
'62 ALFA ROMEO power steering, power
FORD Sprint. Dark blue Immaculate brakes, automatic transmission $OAC Most Colors : .
condition. Was $995 . . . .NOW OYD .tJ SK FiiA
$2195 1 k\ Saratoga, 4 door Available!
CLEARANCE '61 VOLKSWAGENDeluxe OU CHRYSLER sedan, power steer- w w
white, extra Microbus.clean. red and ing, power brakes, radio, heater, automatic
transmission. $11 AC
$1495 Was $1295 . .'. NOW I I YD
Electra, 4 door sedan, radio,
2 door V8 clean. 159 BUICK :
$595 heater, air conditioned -' .,
automatic transmission, power steering, power -

SHAW I 'Wagon 56 JEEP, as Is. $195 Was brakes.$1245 . . .NOW $1 UYD

Fury, 4 door sedan,
& : 159 PLYMOUT radio, heater, automatic ., r
I II I Miller- transmission. $ r.
I I Was $795 . . . .NOW 04D
Brown 1 157 MERCURY 4 heater door,sedan automatictransmission. radio,

238 W. University Univ.1030E.Ave. Was $495 .. . . .NOW $350

Phone FR 6-5371 FR 2-3582 157 BUICK Roadmaster, 2. door hard-
top, radio, heater, automatic -
transmission. $
Sun Want Ads etTHE Results Was $495 . . . .NOW 350

757 PLYMOUTH 2 door transmission 6 cyl- automatic -, 3: '

radio, heater. $<
Was $295 .NOW 195

155 BUICK Roadmasfer., 4 door, sedan,
TOTALLY radio, heater, automatic
transmission, air conditioned. $OTA


IT DRIVE IT heater. $
Was$1695. .. . . NOW 159r
MERCURY 1100 4 door, sedan, $
506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. OPEN EVE. heater. Was$1195 . NOW 1095 SAVE AS
62 VOLKSWAGENneater. MUCH AS $900

I radio,

: NOTICE! I Ws$1295. .. .. .. NOW e 1195
I 63 VOLVO On Brand New 1964 Models

CLOSING OUT SALE I, heater. 544 2 door sedan, radio,

: Was $1595 -. .. . .NOW $J 1595
Lease up Oct. 1st. Have to clear lot by Wed. / .
I :!
night Sept. 30.All cars trucks must be sold 01 2100 4 door, radio, heater. _

some will be sold less than cost The I One owner. $ ,.:.rI .,,,..;. ; OPEN ?IL 9- .
my Wos$1245 . .. .NOW 1150See SHAW & -
rest will be sold at cost Jf you need a Mcfa MONDAY FRIDAY thru

car-You can't afford to miss this 20 cars : J. L SMITH WILBUR '
and trucks to choose from Open 7:30 A.M.to BARNETT, FRANK GRAY. KEETER : GAINESVILLE, FLA.

7:30 P.M. weekdays. Open Sunday 1 to 6


i Raulerson Motors CO. COMPANY o -t ne

1611 Hawthorne Rd. ,
PHONE FR 6-5371
Phone 372.5285 238 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE,
:f 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-3400 I


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.'i :. BEFORE Barkley M tors announceshe

j -- is now a Volvo Dealer ..

for these .' '
reasons: .
I YOU BUY _- _''; : '.

.3 i Volvo out-accelerates other popular-priced \ ;, ,:,

compacts in speed gets over i r
A 65. every range. ,

i .. .. 25 miles to the gallon like the little economy .eVOLTJ .:

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See how much money you) cars. ,. is ,virtually indestructible. .

can save on a nearly new r

car at Northcentral Florida'sNo. ro a 'aS. -

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1 Independent Dealer. ./ :

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Drive & enjoy nearly new **it c ; :; : < r 7 hAvw


comfort at a used car price! xid
d: ti +i'til7P:

This is Mr. Bill Barkley This is his dealership
2201 N. MAIN ST.
2794 Galaxia 500. 4 dr. hardtoponly 1,000 miles.;
Factory Warranty and equipped with factory air
conditioning, PS. AT. V.$ .".... R&H. beautiful
Red.finish with matching interior. WSW.

'64 VW

2154 9 passenger bus complete leatherette interior, spite
front teat, two tone Green finish. This bus is in
like new condition. d


$3074: Super, Sport.. 2 dr. hardtop. This car like new In 122S CompactAlso
:every respect. Has'Maroon finish with Silver bucket
( 2-door
available )
seats and console shift. Equipped. with AC, AT as a
f. !
64 CHEVROLET .4;. .
$ 544 Compact
1745. Half-ten Pick-up. FI.tsid.'body.! heavy duty tires
I R&H. 6 cylinder engine, 1100 miles. Ready for
work. "


$.. 2784 Elect.225 Convertible. Perfect condition Inside
and out.'Equipped with Red ,leather..bucket.. ..., .teate., "
AC, R&H. PSt PB. EW. r sears local I car.

'63 CHEVROLETImpala 1225 Compact WagonThesearetheVolvoshesells.

I 2567 4 dr. hardtop. Fully equipped including;
I factory air conditioning. PS. PB, R&H, WSW. It hewhita '
a exterior; blue interior.
(Go down and drive one.)
P1800-S Gran Turismo

',Cutlass Convertible. Silver .rose finish with whit. SAVINGS UP TO $600 ON ALL SPORTS AMERICAN AND FOREIGN CARS
I $2 5 6 3 top and WSW tires. White leather interior with ,
bucket seats and I. equipped with ACo PSt PB, I
i R6H. AT exceptionally cleoa cor.I 1964 ENGLISHFord 1962 SIMCA 1956 MERCEDES 1963 CADILLACsedan I
I Consul radio heater. 11,000 miles radio heater. 180D radio heater. DeVille,loaded.
'63 MERCURY $1595 $995 .. $995 $4295

$266, 3 Monterey Custom. Like new. shiny block with red.
\ leather interior equipped with factory air co..elition.I 1964 TRIUMPHTR4 1962 MERCEDES 1963 OLDS
,I PS, P8. P .oh. Fully automatic breezeway.J radio heater. 1962 VOLKSWAGENSedan 190jtdon.radio heater. Super 88,loaded,
radio heater.
$2695 $1495 $2695 $3095

; $ IAL ? : 1964 HILLMAN -1962 SUNBEAMAlpine 1963 CHEVROLET
Custom st wagon, quipped with cylinder Minx Super,radio heater,automatic 1961 SUNBEAMAlpine ,radio heater. Impala 4 door hardtop loaded
engine and h.ot.,Good trolll.tio.. transmission. ,radio heater. S' $1695 $2495
$1695 : $1295
1962 PORSCHESuper 1962 PLYMOUTHBelvedere
60 FALCON 1964 TRIUMPHSpitfre 1960 VAUXHALLSedan ,radio., heater. 4 door automatic transmission,
: radio heater. ,radio,heater. radio heater power steering,
$784 CI.Deluxe... '1 sedan. RSH, etaaderd traasmiai.a.I S-, $2095S.. $695 i. $2995 $1395
I 1962 TR4Triumph
1963 FIAT 196OFIAT t ,radio heater white walls. 1962 BUICK
sedan,radio heater. Spyder.radio beater ; Overdrive. LeSebre loaded,
$299 : \ $1195 S $1195 '; $1995 4$2195'
Custom 4 4., has automatic transmiuioa,V.I. '
Radio heater.IAf 1963 M.G. 1963 PLYMOUTHSport
1100 sedan,radio heater. 1960 VOLKSWAGENConvertible '1960 VOLKSWAGEN Fury.2 doer hardtop,radio,heater,
$1595 ,radio hcter. Heater. power steering,power brakes,
$ 53 FORD -1963 SUNBEAMAlpine $1095 $995 $2495

yi ton 'kk.. Looks rough but runs ..... ,radio heater hardtop.
1963 FORD
$2095 1960 ALPINE 1960 VOLVO Galaxie 4 door hardtop,loaded,air
Convertible,radio,heater. 544 2 door sedan,air conditioned conditioned.
MANY MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM 1963 M.G. $1095 $1195 $2395
1. Low.'or'no down payment .S 1959 TRIUMPH 1960 CADILLAC 1962 COMET
2. Lowest monthly payments 1963 TR-4 TR-3.radio.heater 4 door hardtop,loaded one owner. 2 door standard transmission,heater,
3. We stand behind our automobiles Triumph$2295 radio heater. $995 $2295 $1295


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WE SELL TO SELL AGAIN PHONE 372-6313 Til! 9 Sun. Til 6
: 2-4373 .IIIN''rHE'AUTO'GAME'- I IKLEY'$ THE NAME" Open Daily -

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R THE LIBRARY I : : Revolution: merchandis their:"paramount_ : importance a. in Mar Shulman _' .,
: ( ) : another. hilarious ...-..WINTER 4WILLS00N BE HERE I
is strategies:\for;.the: Jf e:w everyone's future; "Yo u r .

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BOOK OF GENESIS, by Robert ished. authority;. ""Mississip of meteorology interesting 1"y 'Tfifhtjof the' Short .:&ivesf 1

[ Graves and Raphael The 61 stories which they I : ; closed society'.(James presented, for;the:layman.Historfci ., .(Burke:WUkinsoni: esptefiage ,

Fatal, Doubleday &: Co., Inc, tell are aH familiar to us in ) a study of:the social .;,'Fiction"The'Qaestaslfleart"- ; and suspense 'inside, SHAPE- ; *HEATERS!

Ii> 1964. then Old Testament form. historical::.background'' of "* NATO's nerve center,?in" :Paris f
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t But many of the variants pres- insurrection which follow- '.

T The name of Robert Graves, ent new angles. The 'writers ( the admission of '"James Kenyofla' :nov l; I about IterJt -an.,attack :on a nuclear -

( .:. like that of James Frazer, is also point out which of the stor- ) : to the University :of George: Sarid, by< the-.author-" submarine and. the.subsequentthxeatoraLoa

f associated with deep and pen- ies have a known historical : in 1962,. written 'by "That Spanish Woman": ;- ''The.: :: ; \ atomic'war:; 'CLEANED

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!r I ; 16.:':)'.....,..:f.'-_Yz:' ....' .".'.GATORS IN BY TOE ( LYLI \

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;.;By JOE HALBERSTEIN' > final period. Bruce Bennett

, > e -, Son Sports Editor r blocked Ca a1e's extra point
J JACKSON, Miss. Gator try
, lineman '
hero '
to 'last year with his field in trouble again when Dupree
'. goal as the Gators upset;Alabama
fumbled .and State recovered: at
I became a "nick of time"one ,V_ the UF 32, one play after the
1V .
Saturday night: kicking return kickoff.
successful boots of 33 and41 '
yards in the' final two minutes Gators Stiffen
and*32. seconds to give Florida :- The Gators if ened, though.
a;pulse r stopping -13 Southeastern Canale's bid for a.i46.'- yard
r, Conference football win x.;. field goal died at the' UF Five

I over Mississippi: State. i A- Oi with u':57'to i>lay., ,

I I It was too much to expect the : ., 4 An exchange of punts followed -
Gators and State to outdo Ken- V: ,i .f L w' S 9'. before the Ga\Ors.\ managed a
V tucky's dramatic 27-21 upset of V y first down. They got nowhere
Mississippi on this same Me- ,, r: and Spurrier kicked/54: yards to
V ;-y safetyman Dan Blamtorho fum-

3nt aHR R bled and it was,, recovered by
, STATISTICSStatS Fltrw halfback Allen Trammel. on
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nimgyerd a (net) 171 122 Rye w I. xiy theState 23.
I Passing yardag (net) 31 n ; $ V! first
The Gators to
J Passes (complVafmptj) 3-10 12.20 ;aF barged a
Passes Intercepted by 0 0 down at the eight on two
Punts (number-average) 7-34 7. 38 .k ah .
Fumbles lost 1 1 -'jr. .n yS smashes by John Feiber and'fiveyard 'a
Yards penalized 45 10 .
1. ta A'm.f penalty. ,
*;' But the chance to win fizzled
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morial Stadium field ,earlier ','; r N as. Spurrier was tossed for a .. r ..
Saturday, but Lyle saw to that S
I The lakeland junior's fancy .... 1A Childs and a screen pass failed-..i'It

footwork cost Macclenny, ,Fla.., at the 18.
4'; L.FR xF ;
; a chance to get back on the, e.. .': :Y '.$4, *}' 'tq.g6gf kF F".fR wp R c. .a was here Lyle kicked his
I I college .football map again aF. / t''. : first field goal of ,the season, a
I almost unfortunately ,for thet Y' V 33 yarder from the left hash
Gators. 4k VV V : mark, aided by a slight breeze.
Where knows UF There was 2:32 left to play.
everyone ;;1. % .k't. '
I Captain Larry Dupree hails 4 The Gators stifled State's bid
from1; the North Florida small 'Vr : 3 %'R: by tossing the Bulldogs back to

I town in Baker_ Co., only few 3 : their eight, from the 20 after the
knew about State back Marcus a k tkd ; kickoff and forced a punt to the
I I i Rhoden, a Dupree teammate in :: 47. The dock was running at 49

high.school days. VV seconds.
f Rhoden saw to it that'people'r'ecognized ) ', '' '+rtF .1. 4yy Race With Clock 1 j

him Saturday night ,, ; V Then came a fantastic race ,
R 1
w 'az
'as"he. sped 77 and 40 yards for as 3' with the clock to set up the ; .

1 State's two touchdowns t ha t tr: }.yk'w g tV winning 41-yard effort by Lyle J i
wiped out 3-0 and 10-7 Gator i -7 with six seconds to go and just'yea.
; ,. leads and set the stage for a''' ,a ts one Jeft: when he 'klckedflt* ;rte i

i y truly remarkable comeback. I 'fhrough. ;)Even though the Ga*.-. "JtJj1:
The Gators, after tying:;with tors gave State a slim shot by' -
t Lyle's ;first ,effort"at"Z:3Vweretunbelievable xt. kicking dead ,at their own 46, ...J
r, as they surged V McBride's last heave was far -
the winn i Y Hf = short and incomplete.
back to set up n g V .,
three pointer !in the dying sea The three field goals kicked \
I ends. by the Gators equaled a mark .

Aroused UF defensive play a a held by Dummy Taylor and set >{
forced a State punt that, died e r in 1911 again at Columbia Col '
1 on the Bulldogs' 47 with the bFis lege. Taylor kicked all of them
I clock running. By the time soph but no Gator fan was "kicking"
J quarterback 'Steve Spurrier.a V :V Saturday night because Hall and
cool customer in the clutch, Lyle combined to match the

I could-get .a play setup and feat.Now
throw',out of bounds to stop all the Gators have to
r 27 seconds 'e. look forward to is Baton Rouge
the::!dock, just "':l>T""'" .
mained. FLORIDA QUARTERBACK STEVE SPURRIER,fit).'liEAPS.'THE; >VAY FOR'HALFBACK. ALAN. (32) (AP Wlrepftota to the+ Sun;) and LSU's Tigers. After the '
:' Spurrier fired to back Alan' Play Gained'Big Yardage. in Final Quarter; Unidentified fJQrida'-'PlayerKnocknOut ,State's Jimbo(85). : :- close call with State, the Ga-
Poe"at the State 15 but missed r',. }I tors certainly won't be looki n g
with 21 seconds left. period to get the Gators off 3-0, Then came Rhoden's explosive over the'middle to end Charles! 3d,. 'Spurrierkicked' but: on the. riors:. {blocking' a Spurrier punt (e iback.' .
Then he switched tactics.. He ran Florida's 1964 record to 2-0, footwork,, Justin' Can- Casey for a first at the ,19;'*'" State '10. ", *The Gators had 4 offa arland Reed) and taking over Score by quarters:

hit,'end Charles Casey at the gave it a 1-0 mark in the flam- ale's extra point and'a.7-3 State 12-yard pickup. The'Bufidogs were stymied by determined State I'the on their own 47. Florida 3701 IS --
State 39 and again at the 35, ing SEC race and was the Ga- lead. Spurrier 'ate up nine yards an efficient Gator defense the third quarter. itself It took just two plays for-Rho State 0 7 01-13 ;.
Casey stepping out both times, tors fifth .straight success over The Gators bounced right running the keeper at'right'tac; first half excepting 'Rho en's i :backed up :ow.n den to put State in front. Fla-HaD, FG ((28)) ',.
to kill the clock at 0:16. This the.past two-seasons, counting back, surging tough.yards.in kle, got five more and then touchdown burst*. ; territory virtually they- moire pe- Granger swept end on the full. State Rhoden, run (77)), Cam.. ..
was-a first down. The third the Jast three in 1963. 18 plays,behind Spurrier's workat Harper slugged through left tackle Although junior 'qulrerSackAshby'Cook I | : riod. back pitch play for 13 yards ale (kick) :' ;
straight toss across field io The Gators wasted no t i me quarterback. "".*.. for the remaining distance.. ran,his;.team;weli;; "The Gators had toafej frem with first down at the Gator'40, Fla Harper, run (5))" Half ''
Casey got the ball to the State moving in for Hall's field goal. Hall's conversion after the the'injury to Tfo. quarterback their:;own one, 20 anda4ter Rhoden took the flip from :McBride -: (kick) > :r.'
24 for 12 yards and a first down Starting on their own 35 aftera Uncommon Poise' TD.'made it 107. Don Edwards on 'the--latterJs: State] punts but ,, Jut swept ,wide, cut in and State Rhoden, run ((40)'kick; .-
with just six, seconds. remain-: State punt,. the Gators, with Showing''uncon D poise for' The Gators also had'' another, first running play of the'game;! one was' poor. :- t. squirmed away,.from a flock blocked .... >$n '"
Shannon i n a sophomore 'Si>uIfercalled'! that got to State followed theyadboot i of Gator,defenders to the 40 Fla .
jng. Tom quarterback g first half push a 15>.:yard keeper at left end, up' go Lyle, FG (33))-;M --
Coach. Ray Grasent. Lyle moved on;the ground for a first every play, eating',ujT six first State's 38 from Florida's. 22 on hurt Coach Paul Davis War- by Carroll byf jaftialljr yards to score at 14:46: of the Fla Lyle FG ( )
back to aim ,for a 41 -yard effort down at, the 46. before Shannon downs and nine ninutesand'' three first downs. 5...... (41)t
..from the left ,hash mark. fired a,pass to halfback Jack two seconds in the effort.
The boot ,was lofty, lusty and? ,Harper for 16 yards. Key,plays included a 12 yard Slick Ron Writers
linear perfect Gator fans were l Dupreead: \ Harper took threefne'cratd4a'to'get aerial to Harper four. smashesby Best gain in the push was Shan-a Mow the Saw It 'I
and slick 15 yard spurt by:
signaling,its success al moat ] to the 19 but Dupree for 10 yards a
from the,moment it got high 'the driye sded-at: .the 12 three first down, 'a, Spar ler to Marquis non who dropped back as if'to
enough into the air to ascertain I plays .later-Hall then toed his Bawler pitch"fur eight the pass, then raced around a JACKSON, Miss. What the writers said about the Ga

direction.- seconddltrliMpwerof i i the sean same play for eight more, both wide-open, right end to State's tors' victory over Mississippi State. # jf Tom McEiven- Tampa TribuneBobby
)he J*,. .28 resulting in first downs at ., < '
the JieldVgoai-barrage, Jun- son., ( ; 47.When
: ,in the first yards fcovera8 State's 45 and 31; and, a shot passes failed at State's Tom Kelly, St., Pete Time Lyle came out of mothballs to place-kick the Florida -
mylHaU'kfcked 1 ,one ,, ,.
-- 4 1loiida'sSteve Gators ,to; a stretch run 16-13 victory over Mississippi
Grora masquerading >
Johnny Unitas- and Loa as State 'last night and, ,make this the saddest nine hours of5 ",
Spurrier and Bob Lyle, turned certain Into unbelievable '
football in this Delta State's history.
victory in 39 golden seconds last night. ; .
: The score was Florida 16, Mississippi 'State 13, and the Lyle drove' a head-shaking 41-yard beauty through the :
36,000 Mississippi Memorial Stadium fans who somehow Memorial!. Stadium! uprights just below the expensive .new .

_. -. ,avoided heart,failure were limp and quaking at the finish., Scoreboard,.which- read one second to play .: ,
Lyle, a senior tackle who place-kicks more than hetac f.
: 2 y kles, booted two field goals in the last 152. seconds,'the John Crittenden Miami Netvs --
: V 1: second booming through the uprights from 41 yards away ,

i;: : with a scant one second showing on the clock.Miami. Florida broke out a spectacular wrinkle in two-platoon foot..

: $ ball last 'night double-teaming Mississippi State with
A ::-4 Luther .Evans, long and *hort'range kicking specialists to upset the Bulldogs .

There: was one small second remaining no more, no less 16-13 on a last-second field goal This was not a game. '
when senior Bob Lyle kicked 41-yard field .goal.Saturday of inches, but'of feet
night to' propel Florida to 'a 16-13, victory ;over ,Mississippi -

I ;" ; .Stadium.State before 36,080 unbelieving people. ,;in .Memorial Al Padgett, Pensacola Neics

VV V rti The'same 231-pound,. tackle,. who never gets,, to.tackle anybody Given ,up for dead, Florida was resurrected on Bob Lyle's
had hoisted, the ,Gators into: a 13-13 tie wife_ :only 2:32 clutch
aW' kicking Saturday night! and escaped Mississippi Me-
left the clock
y S on morial Stadium with a 16-13 Southeastern Conference victoryover

1 V44r 3 Ocala S Mississippi State Lyle booted two field goals in the
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Tulsa f ,. toe' Auburn Tigers, frustratedfor

defense three.and quarters stifling by penalties a rugged, In the South: .. :: ,..:uII: : iii

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) shook loose for a last-quarter ."c':3 J[ f :: : :

Linebacker Ronnie Cavenessran field goal and a 3-0 football ..., .--..,,<..
back an intercepted pass for victory over upset-minded Ten '

one touchdown and recovered a nessee Saturday. '

fumble which led to another Don Lewis kicked the three- \

score, starting Arkansas to a 31- pointer from 42 yards out with 1!

22 football victory over Tulsa 4S6left !

.-Saturday. Neither team sparkled offensively j

in its Southeastern Conj
Tulsa was leading 14-0 on the r
q k 3! > e.
u ference opener. | x 1
passing of quarterback Jerry Only once did the vaunted .
Rhome when Caveness inter sy. rk
Auburn twosome of quarterback
cepted wingback Eddie Fletch Jimmy Sidle and fullback Tucker -
er's pass at the Tulsa 12 in the Y z tLi ?, : ,
+ Frederickson show any of the : ,
second quarter and raced for a v x vy X b offensive power which made the ..a1'k e
Ten Avburm
Immediately after the kickoff, First downs 4 11 :
t Rushing yardage 72 ISO 4
Caveness recovered Rhome's Passing yardage 21 23
Passes' 4-1) 2-f .
: fumble and three plays later Passes Intercepted by t 1
Punts 11-44 11-44
Tom McKnelly kicked a 44-yard Yards Fumbles penalized lost Hi 1 100 1 "

field goal for Arkansas.The .
MIAMI DEFENDER ART ZACHARY (24) GRABS RUNNER'S SHIRT Tigers prohibitive favorites. I i
Hurricanes led 14-10 at
But Tech's Giles Smith Eluded Him. And Made It Back to Scrimmage Midway in the final quarter,
halftime, but their early surge Auburn started a drive on its 32.

was squelched by Caveness' frederickson snapped throughthe

work. The senior linebacker was line for 13 yards and a first 'a F$

credited with eight unassisted Fleet Halfbacks Pace down on two plays.

tackles and seven assists in the Sidle, who had been benched I

briefly after his arm was injured .. Rbs"r > as
game.In by a jarring tackle 'S4F'

the second half, Arkansas Tech Over Miami 200By whipped a key, 10-yard pass to

seized three short Tulsa puntsof Danny Fulford, putting the ballon

six, 12 and 10 yards-and Tech's second touchdown came the Auburn 47. The Tigers _n'__ ._ __ .'._.__.__n____
JOE ZELLNER Miami Ga.Tech kept driving, but stalled at the
punched for quick touchdownsto ATLANTA (AP) Georgia! First downs 5 22 I with 20 seconds left in the game. Tennessee 24, in the face of AUBURN QUARTERBACK TOM BRYAN GOES UP THE MIDDLE
ahead.Quarterback. Rushing Yardage 62 216 Gresham's 32yard.run to the Gained 12 Yards Through Rugged Tennessee Front Wall
race Tech unleashed a pair of fleet Passing Yardage 51 137 rugged line play by big Steve .
Passes 5-12 11- 21 Miami 19 was the key play in t
Bill Gray passed halfbacks who cracked a tough Passes Intercepted. by 1 1 DeLong, Frank Emanuel and
> 37.6 6- 35.1 the 49-yard drive. Haddock
Miami defense and carried the Punts Bobby Frazier.
22 yards to end Jerry Lamb for Yellow Jackets to a 20-0 football Yards Fumbles penalized Lost 6f 1 4i 1 caught Priestley's pass on the Lewis then the Scores r
split uprightsfor
one touchdown, wingback Jim victory Saturday. right, side and scampered into Wolfpack Early
the ,
game's only
ami four with less than a minute the end
Lindsey raced 41 yards for an- Haddock and Johnny zone on a 12-yard play.
Terry left to set up Clark's second had to be a moral victoryfor
other and Gray sneaked one Gresham set up two first half Miami's Ed Weisacosky, Fred the Tennessee club
field goal of 22 yards. going
yard for the third. field goals and two fourth quar- Tech drove 38 yards in the Brown and Andy Sixkiller made through the throes of rebuilding Holds Off Clemson 9-0. !\

ter touchdowns. Haddock and fourth mostly on pitch- going rough for the Yellow Jackets under a new coach, Doug Dick- ,
Tulsa ...................... 7 7" / 1-22 Gresham broke loose for runs of quarter : when Tech penetrated Miami who is the Volun-
.................. outs to Haddock and Greshamfor ey, switching
Arkansas 01014 7- 1 22 and 19 to lead to Tech's Howard used three
yards Frank
Tul-Goods 1 run (Twllley kkk) the first touchdown of the territory. Sixkiller was credited teer offense to the Tformationfrom RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) pass to Tony Golmont carryingto coach
Tul-TwilleY S pass from Rhome (Twil- first field goal in the second Fullback Jeff Davis dived with ten tackles, Weisacosky the single wing. North' Carolina State scored the 18. quarterbacks in an attempt

ley kick) quarter. After the tough Hurri- game. from the eight and Fred Brown seven asthe early and then threw up a fierce The touchdown came on awoyard solve State's pass defense.
Ark-Caveneu 12 Interception return across one.
(McKnelly kick) cane defense stopped the drive Miami line trapped quarterback The contest featured an excit- defense Saturday to whip Clem- pass from Noggle to I The victory, combined with

Ark-FG McKneltyArkLamb 22 44 from Gray (Me inside the 20, Jack Clark kicked Set Up TD Bruce Fischer for losses to ing punting duel between Au son 9-0 for the Wolfpack's sec- 'alzarano, who caught the ball last week's 14-13 nod over North

Knelly kick) pass .. the field goal from 30 yards out.i Gresham carried six yards to choke off several potential scor- burn's Jon Kilgore and Ron ond straight Atlantic Coast Conference at the one and bulled his way Carolina, gave State a 2-0 conference -

Ark Ark-Gray-Lindsey 1 run 41 run(McKnelly(McKnelly kick kick) ) Gresham made a diving catch' the six and Haddock five moreto ing drives. Widby of Tennessee. Time,and football upset. into the end zone. Deters' kick mark. The game was

Tul-JOrdan 23 pass from Rhome (Bre- of a 32-yard pass from quarterback the Miami one to set up the again their booming punts The Wolfpack scored a fieldcoal failed.In the first In the conference for

itensteln Attendance pass 25.000.from Rhome).. Jerry Priestley on the Mi- scoring play. Haddock carried 10 times for zoomed past would-be receivers.Auburn's and a touchdown in the the fourth period, Clemson Clemson, now 1.1 over-all. t
84 and three
yards caught passes offense was decidedly 1
first 12 minutes before the small
for 20 more, while Gresham off with Sidle nursing the arm
lugged the ball 11 times for 83 injury. but speedy Tigers could find the
North Carolina Sneaks ByFired right defensive combination.State Star In :
yards and caught. four passes for Tennessee .................. 0 fl-t the rest Sophs
65 yards. Auburn ..................... 1113-3 hung on
Aub-FG Lewis 42 of the way against Clemson'sfrantic

Up Spartans, 21-15 Football Attendance Grant 46000. ball.Halfback attempts Shelby to move Mansfield the Maryland: Win I

provided) the spark for the first ,

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) .., Wolfpack score. The fleet junior COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) The alert Terp defense I

Sophomore Danny Talbott j ; carried the opening kickoff from Maryland's sophomore star- pounced on four fumbles, threeof

sneaked over for two touch- Paves his end zone to the 41 and then ring offense and fumble devouring -. them dropped by fullback
downs and masterfully directeda Way ; broke loose for 32 yards duringa defense, spiced by a Chilean Phil Branson, in Maryland's )

third scoring drive Saturday .. drive which bogged down. On soccer kicker. rolledjq a 24-6 j winning start in the Atlantic
leading North Carolina to a 2115 ; fourth 4otfb. Harold Deters football vlctofY"Saturday over; Coast.Conference.

': football victory over a Michi- a I booted 21ylrd field %oal. South Carolina. :v 1 Petry tossed a three-yard
gan State team that almost Religious State's touchdown climaxed a touchdown pass to end Howard

pulled the game out in the closing b 43-yard drive launched when The passing of quarterback Humphries, and Bramson kicfcpd
iT-, Phil Petry and running of Tom #
minutes. 1 fullback Pete Falzarano stole a 1
the extra for 7-6
point a Mary-
.a Ariz. AP) Ed "When.
finish there, I want the Wolfpack Hickey, a pair of 18-year-olds,
Clemson on
Talbott, whose first pass was Wimberly is a strapping 200-()() to get a church somewhere," he 30 and returned pass it to the. 43. supplied the offensive spark land lead in the first half.

-intercepted, settled down to pound tackle for the Universityof says. "It doesn't matter where coupled with a field goal and Hickey plunged a yard for a
Mansfield Nog-
plague the Spartans with his Arizona. He will see plenty of that's up to God too." and l halfback, quarterback Don Dear three extra points by specialist third period touchdown for j

running and passing which netted < action this year but it is doubtful gle Bernardo Bramson, on loan which Maryland had to go only
moved the ball quickly
k ment
: 129 yards and appeared to } that he will make anyone'sAll 14 yards after a fumble recov It
., ., .rL America team. Davidson down field, Noggle's 20-yard from the soccer team. ery. Petry sneaked the same ,
Being an All-America doesn't distance for a last period score \

Statistics mean much to the 20-year-old at the end of a 68-yard drive.
NC-Wlllard 1 run (Brain kick) Ekes Out
NC-Talbott 1 run (Brain kick Negro. He plays football be- Piccolo HumsDeacons' Bramson, an instep booter, i

.....mmon MSu-Jones) 42 run (Gordan pass from cause he thinks it is God's will. kicked his second field goal,,of

JBoblck, MSU-Washington kick) 11 pass from Juday Nearly four years ago Ed wasa DAVIDSON, N.C. (AP) Jim the saason from 28 yards. 'His

Attendance 40.500. high school senior in Wilmington Terry's 23-yard field goal with jersey number, which changeswith

: ; Del. The son of a Methodist four seconds left and Steve Win his points, rose to No. 8.

put; the game beyond control of "4 minister, he felt he was being Heckard's sparking debut as a South Carolina, which held
Ten <; called to preach.As quarterback gave Davidson a Duke to a 9-9 tie last Saturday,
-the Big visitors.
each day went by he felt 17-14 victory over Mississippi ROANOKE, Va. (AP) life late in the third period on a scored its touchdown on an
in the last period, College Saturday in the Wildcats' Wake Forest run by sophomore half-
Suddenly more and more the need for a Amazing overpowered 47-yard eight-yard run by quarterback "
Michigan State, making its first religious education. Borrowing football opener. Virginia Tech for three back Tommy Francisco on a no- Dan Reeves. .. t
start of the season, shook off its Terry booted his winning with defensive huddle center from '
: money for college was out of the quarters a sturdy snap Maryland had opened its sea- I
lethargy, stormed across for 4 question so be thought the best three-pointer after a pass inter- rush and the running of fullback Schweickert, sent Sonny Utz son by dropping a late 13-3 deer J

Iwo touchdowns, and threatened way to get through college was ference call on a 38-yard toss by Brian Piccolo, then matched the over from a yard out and pulledto sion to Oklahoma.

lo score twice more.It playing football. He had been aI I Heckard gave the Wildcats a Techmen's comeback efforts for within nine points at 2415. f

took interceptions by Fair player, but he knew he first down on the one-foot line. I a stunning 38-21 Harvest Bowl
pass Terry also converted after both I ... ....... Purdue Romps
football Wake Forest S 14 114 45
could out effort victory Saturday. H.
Jim Eason and Gary Black deep put more Davidson touchdowns. Virginia Tech .............. J '1 14-21
in North Carolina territory to The summer before his senior Heckard, a standout end con- Piccolo, who scored three WF VPI--FG Schweickert McKinney 5 run (Cnnwellkkk LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) '-

stop the fired-ap Spartans. season opened, he worked out verted to quarterback, hauled touchdowns in the Deacons' 31- ) Bob Griese, sophomore Purdue
'c "'f ), <" >.' ; '<< dj'ii < each day except Sunday. On 21 upset last Saturday over WF Piccolo 1 plunge (McKinney
Talbott, victim of + ... &' "" ,.'.. "" J>. ,,' ."'l' ... Davidson from a 14-0 deficit by kick quarterback, scored two touchdowns
pass :
ceptions a week ago that led ," ,_. : .,x.'t. ', t'\3: < ,-'" ..:'t' ;,..' Sundays he would go to various completing eight of nine passes Virginia, bulled carries his way and for scored 154 kick WF) Pkcoiio 1 plunge (McKinney kicked a 36 yard field
.m churches and give his testimony. for 129 yards and two touch yards on WF Welborn S run (McKinney kicUYPI goal and converted two extra '
N.C. State
a over one-point the Tar Heels, ROBERT VINEY (85) MISSES BALL In a year, he was ordained a downs in the second half. twice in the second period to WF Welborn- utz 1 plunge 42 run ISchwekkert(McKinney kick run)) points Saturday in a 17-0 victory
minister the State Board of move Wake Forest from a 7-3 VPI utz J run (pens failed)
C.'s Ken Willard (40) Applies Pressure by He
headed for another bad threw four yards to Steve WF Welborn 1 run (McKinney kick) over Ohio University's outman-
noon. His first pass in the Delaware. Smith for a third period touch- deficit to a 17-7 lead at intermis- Attendance 21.000. ned Bobcats.

ing minute was intercepted, Good Year down and combined with end sion.At

Michigan State had the ball Devils Bare Teeth His senior Pack Hindsley on a 29-yard play the same time, the Deac-
year was a good
the North Carolina 36. one and' at the end of football for the Wildcats' second touch- ons put such a terrific rush on iw7AIMIDGET ,
down in the fourth quarter, only
T e ch quarterback Bob
But the Tar Heels held season the scholarship offers .
1' inia Feels 30.0 Bite in. He minutes before leading the push Schweickert in the first half that
downs and for the first began__ acceptedone for the winning field goal. "
far the offered by Coach Jim La- the third-team All-America ace
periods was by
team. N.C. (AP) Hodges had drifted back into Rue of Arizona. loser Mississippi to Furman College two weeks, a 13-10 ago, gained only 44 yards on the and JUNIOR _

Scotty Glacken the end zone and flipped the In his three years at Arizona, scored in the game's opening ground and failed to hit a pass.

Talbott drive climaxed with a touchdown passes as ball, which was deflected into Ed has never missed a practiceand minute after Stan Baucom re- Having beaten the Techmeninto SIZES :

12-play a in for 21 points in the air. at the same time has never covered a fumble by Davidson'sSmith. submission up the middle,
from the two-yard period and rolled to In the third period, Duke end missed church either. HELMETS
second period. In the third Halfback Jerry Hale ran Wake Forest turned: to the f

ter, his runs and passes set up : : Coast Conference Dave Burdette scored a safety Last year, Wimberly assisteda 15 yards on a fourth down pitchout flanks in the second half and PANTS .
victory over Virginia when Drulis blocked Tom Sbu.man's ,
Methodist minister. His play. sent halfbacks Wayne Welborn
one-yard touchdown plunge
The ball rolled out SHOULDER
punt. PADS
bruising halfback Ken church duties were nearly too The Choctaws rolled 72 yardsto and Don Davis for huge chunksof
of Duke of the end and Burdette fell
20,000 saw zone
at the end of a 69-yard push. much for him and'this year he score with the second half yardage time after time. SHIRTS
into itThe o
intercepted on
passes became a Sunday School teach kickoff Hale turning left end Welborn scored the last three SHOES
Early in the final period, l'c touchdowns after Blue Devils scored a final er for the predominantly white from the five for the touchdown Wake Forest touchdowns, one ).

' bott again danced over, first quarter. Glack- touchdown in the last quarter First Methodist Church.Ed after he and quarterback Ed on a 42-yard run. TEETH PROTECTORS ,
Bethes- when fullback Mike Curtis dove
time from a yard outFaced junior of Nixon sparked the drive with
he has tried to live J
fired a 61-yard touch- over from the Virginia three to says their Down by 24-7, Tech came toM .
with a rout, to end Jim Scott cap a 37-yard drive. like the disciple Paul running. I MINIATURE GATOR JERSEYS J I 1 i
State thundered back, Wake "I compare a lot of athletes f
the second period. Virginia, which lost to i Ii S.del fuseaena" Price TRANE

twice within five minutes. before the half, Glack Forest in its opener, musteredtwo know to Paul. I've known guys. Central Heating FOOTBALL KITS FOR LITTLE ONES !
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:Clint Jones raced 42 yards a three-yard scoring serious scoring threats. The ;

the first Spartan score, and end Chuck Drum Duke Cavaliers drove to Duke's eightin players in the world .but they & Air ConditioningAvoid Kits include Helmet! Shoulder Pads, Shirts, .' 1
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John Carlo had set it the third period and were on gave
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Ed has maintained B terms YNn
in 9-, in the season Duke Scott 45 pass from Clacken averagethroughout I "
tJme] speeding 53 yards ( I For Free Estimate I
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scored again shortly j
touchdown came 3 pass from Clacken
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: ; Ole Miss-Kentucky: Impossible and Fantastic ', "

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JACKSON Miss. n I live to be 410 I'll_ probably_never 'yards early in the?fourth quarter to_ score, and go ,ahead from schools that- play. UK and UM next' .writers aU

see another football game as dizzy uncomprehending, impassible %l-20"after an amazing:defensive performance: the clutch. were mystified the first half. t \ '

: and fantastic as Ken cty' 27-21 victory over
Mississippi Saturday. It Went Like This: Ole Miss'played like it was the first day of Spring prac-

Joe Halbersteia tice. Kentucky played like Ole Miss did against Memphis

Jto many' .football teams do, you ,know,, ,or ever heard Here's how it went. .State ":
I -of: .,
I -_ Norton had just floated a pass to .end Rick Kestner for 60

y. -Give up four touchdowns and three extra, points. yards and touchdown to shoot the fired up 'Cats. in front, Ole Miss SuckeredI

I -* r-FaU .to make 'a first down until' 3:22' remained"" ". '. ; in the 20-14. f never thought I'd see the day where the Rebs would be

.econd quarter. Ole MiSs' Doug Cunningham almost broke away racing the suckered (game's opening play) when Bird roamed aroundin

=:-:... for pass interference three times. ., : against a Rebel line that one week previously held Memphis return kickoff; back nearly to mid field, fumbled and*UK: his, own backfield, drew 11 Rebels to him and then
+.+ was in business on,the UM 47. for looked be touchdown bombto
what to 80
passed an yard
State to minus
TJFumble just two first downs and a seven yards
"t six times. : :., halfback Tom Becherer to be nullified by a in-
rushing. Two plays later Bird got loose at right tackle, for 30
Tj*Get penalized eight times for 78 yards : yards to .the Rebels' '15 eligible receiver downfield. On the 'Cats' first scrimmageplay
I And still, I thought Ole Miss was going to win. after another one of those Ole Miss bobbles to workit
I ,Make bad kick of
= only eight yards.
This it Either a touchdown or field goal put the counted to
was game again, this time for 32 yards and a TD that ,
Make mistake about' it. drove 85 tortuous
=..;.... Allow the opposition to complete 18 of 34 passes. no Kentucky out of reach for Ole Miss., Kestner.I .
yards in a race against the clock to score the winning *

J': Give" up ,142 yards rushing and 273 passing 'while gaining touchdown. Twice in that push, rebel Safetyman Jimmy On the .first uK' play, end Joe Pettey red dogged.. He heard it before but wouldn't believe it until Saturday.Ole .

"onJy-76., yards itself rushing and 111 passings. Heidel narrowly 'missed picking off Norton passes to settle knocked down' two UK blockers and drove on into. Norton Miss' rushes every play with a virtual nine man front,

...-.n:::And still with all this with Kentucky's brilliant one-two the issue. They: oozed off his frantic fingers both times. causing the 'UK1 quarterback to fall down at the 20, losing daring the opposition to throw the pass complete the block,
One',was right in his' hands at mid field with an kinds fiveyards. make the run.Kentucky '
:"U punch of Quarterback Rick Norton and halfback Rodger
of'running room the other deflected by teammate and
:::13ird doing everything but taking Mississippi ,Memorial Sta- going at a difficult; angle., Norton called a screen pass, worked it perfectly. But took the,dare.
=ium apart row by row I actually ''thought Ole Miss wasmooing away UM ,halfback Billy Clay raced from nowhere to.make a

,to win the game in the final frenzied seconds. Kentucky showed team speed to match every fast step of tackle on. Kestner for another six yard loss back to the As I wrote at the start of this piece, it was dizzy, uncomprehending -

the Rebels. The "'Cats showed poise unexpected from a UK 26. Two ,plays later UK tried a field goal from'the 32. It impossible and fantastic." \ .t
-Right down to the, final halfback Mike Dennis \
play Rebel, team 'with so many new faces on trial for the first time. was wide .ana'short.. Ole Miss then paced back 80 yardsin I'd like to the better team Saturday.But '
aught a flare on the Wildcats' 34 and ran to the: UK say won
pass .
Kentucky came up with big plays time and again. just 14 plays, hitting the touchdown on a vital fourth and
-:20 had the ball the, ah and
; tackled
was pop high into six chance from the 13. you know something.I'm .
-uK safetyman Talbott Todd a third string quarterback, :But when Gator fans get a look at, the Rebels on Oct. 10,

_,grabbed it in mid' -. air on his own 15' with just 42 seconds ,at Florida Field they're going to see some tremendous' That's when it looked all over for about the 15th time in not sure.

rto- go. That sealed the doom of the team 'everyone thought football personnel. Vaught 'ran 33 players in and out of the the see saw battle. Just to show how wrong everyonewas
I'm only sure looking at the Scoreboard now that it :
'was going to go undefeated and win the 1964 National Col-, game at will. All played both offense and defense. And this sunshiny day that will have black crepe hung on Kentucky 27, Mississippi 21.

Iegiate Football Championship. they played in a manner to indicate they know what the it' by the, Ole Miss fans. They refuse to believe any team is

name of the game is., good enough to give' their favorite sons trouble let alone And even if you can't, don't want to or won't, you'd bet-
='1 saw Ole Miss make enough mistakes mental physical beat 'em. ter believe it. .
;you name it, to last a lifetime for Rebel Coach Johnny I saw Ole Miss convert two UK passes into touchdownson

.Xyaught: I saw Kentucky pass and run almost at will returns of'89 and 65 yards. I .saw the Johnny Rebs rip 80 Everyone Gator scouts pro scouts visiting scouts I do. ,
.. <

f: Scouts, Scribes, Gov. I i :r Pro Scouts

I I See Football Twin Bill $ Xw $' i Like Gators

.. .- ,,yp: ; *'.

JACKSON Miss. S c o u ts "no-cut" contract. He's with (in decibel rating) that a visitor .'r o aNC And SpurrierBy

galore, poured into Memorial the Giants' "Taxi squad" at would have expected in view of #'w: :?- 9T

Stadium Saturday for a college present. This is a group of players the political climate in the state

football doubleheader featuringa who practice every day at present. JOE HALBERSTEINSun When Florida and Ole Miss

good share of the Southeastern with the Giants but are unsign- The fancy Scoreboard at Me- "t..A--- x t Sports Editor play, it might be different.

Conference's prize talent for morial Stadium has a for z. .. .> .
ed.Walker space JACKSON Miss. There'sat Bixler said the two games t
'1964. also indicated the writing and informa-
messages least one pro football scout Saturday unveiled many play-
Among the pro bird dogs were SEC's No. 1 draft choice of tion. There is no public address .A. impressed with Florida's Ga- ers of promise from Kentucky;

,.ahead Walker, Canadian 1964 was not inaction at Me- system of play-by-play. It is tors, and with sophomore quarterback Ole Miss Florida and Mississippi

League; John Mauer NFL; and morial Stadium Saturday. Walk- flashed on the big.board for all Steve Spurrier in par- State. He would not elab-

|Harvey. Robinson NFL. er's pick is Tucker Frederickson to read. ticular. orabe on specific choices,

"Among college scouts looking of Auburn. Nice SceneryThe though.

oh were George Cafego (Ten- The flashy Provine High scenery surrounding the o.fc cit'f Paul Bixler, Cleveland

nessee) John North (LSU). The School band represented Ken- stadium is topdrawer. Rolling Browns' eagle eye said Satur-

Vols play Mississippi State and tucky and Florida in the twin I' hills, soaring trees and the huge day night that the Gators' back- Bulldogs Bite

bill Saturday. The musicians University of Mississippi medi- field speed coupled wit h

LSU.Walker informed former Ga- turned in a marching exhibitionthat cal center and veterans hospital P staunch line play and tremen- NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -

tor tackle Frank Lasky signedby showed a profession- i ke hem in the football play- dous ability of Spurrier, could I Georgia cashed in on end Barry

the New York Giants tried touch. yard. i carry: the UF a long way this Wilson's pass interception to

and released signed by the San Governor Paul Johnson at- -- -- """"'-" season. defeat Vanderbilt 7-0 Saturday
Francisco 49ers tried and released -tended the afternoon game be- Sportswriters covering the (AP Wirephoto to the Sun) "I like Spurrier" Bixler said.I night in a Southeastern Confer-

is back with the Giants. tween Ole Miss and Kentucky.He game, for assorted newspaperswork GATOR SHANNON GAINS SHORT YARDAGE AROUND END "For a sophomore he showeda ence football game. #

'Lasky, Walker said has a drew applause but nothing these days with two eyeson Trying To Grab Him is State Center Pat Watson lot of pose in the first half I(

I the field and one ear' the way he directed: the 89yardtouchdown

.. .." tuned in. Many scribes bring drive.'* Bixler also Texas Wins .' ,,1

.. portable radios (transistors) gas impressed with the Gators' ]

I .." and listen to their "favor i t e" 'Cats SinkCIas bul ,to,sptftip the ending field LUBBOCK Tex. (AP) ,

team play while at work.. ?5/ "21*,'ba:1 by.BoWLyle.i Defending national champion t
: Tech 23-0 V
s cnLShed Texas
t n Texas
; '.h ryy $.wi1Pbe hard to_compare
Among >the early Gainesville Florida of tonight. with ,Mississippi -, Saturday night for its 13th ,

u It, Ray? arrivals ,Friday were Dick and Into Rebs 2721JACKSON of this afternoon" Bixler II. straight victory and slammedinto

J.t Gerry Guenther. Satur day said. "Florida likes to run, and the lead in its search for,a

morning, John Baldwin, one of today Kentucky found Mississippi -record third straight Southwest

the happiest Kentucky fans any was vulnerable to passes. Conference footballtitle.WANTED ,

where today, Perry McG r iff I Miss., (AP) -

Graves Praises Jr., T. P. Wells and Lee Scruggs Kentucky made a myth of Mis-

flew in.Crush. sissippi's vaunted defense, !

topped.its offense in its tracks

of visitors for the two I and blasted the top-ranked Rebels Colleg$ Scores

"Team's Effort games caused unusual accom > 27-21 Saturday in the biggest ,

modations. Many writers found football upset of the young MENWOMENLincoln

themselves quartered at a mo- season.
has. helped
tel miles from downtown and Rick from ages 18 to 52. Preparenow
Kestner a
many Kentucky for these
JACKSON, Miss. Gator "Marcus Rhoden was sim. EAST I Bishop Tex., 13. Mississippi Indistrial 0 for U. S. Civil Service job thousands prepare
Coach Ray Graves all smiles ply tremendous. I don't think and the stadium and with no second teamer scored three of Coast Guard 22. Colby 0 Sewanee 54. Millsaps 7 openings in this area during the tests every year since 1948. It
Alfred 20. Borckport 0 and oldest
taxi- SOUTHWESTArkansas is one of the largest
except by the Wildcat touchdowns' a ,
on as
transportation positions
had nothing but praise for his there is more dangerous run- Williams 21. Trinity 0 31, Tulsa 22 Government pay privately owned schools of its

Gators after their seemingly impossible -: ning back in the conference. pass from halfback Roger Bird Syracuse Princeton 38 10. Kansas Rutgers 6 7 Texas Stephen 23.F.Texas Austin Tech 17. 0 Tarleton 3 start.high'as They$446.00 provide a month much to kind and is not connected with

comeback Saturday and two more aerials from Yale 21, Connecticut 6 Florida State 10, TCU 0 security than private the GovernmentFor
"Certainly I was proud of cab.LSU Rick Norton.This Union 16. St. Lawrence Arizona St. %'12, West Texas State I greater
night to nip State 16-13. quarterback Morgan State 53. Hampton 7 Bowling Green 21, North Texas St. 7' employment and excellent opportunity FREE information on Gov-
the defense the way we came WinsHOUSTON 'was: to be the beginningof Allegheny 7. Wayne State 0 Sul Ross 17. McMurry 0 .for advancement. ernment jobs including list of
Graves said "I have said re- back in the Waynesburg II. Lycoming 13 Texas Lutheran 7, Howard Payne 0 Many positions require little or
second half. 'third fill out
Ole Miss' march to a Clarion State 36, Grove City 4 East Texas 22, Southeastern positions and salaries
is Florida I (AP) Louisiana Louisiana t no'specialized education or ex-
that this a 23. 4 mail at -
peatedly straight Southeastern Confer- Shlppensburg Shepherd Texas A&l 21, Lackland Air Force Base coupon and once
team which won't quit, which "Our spirit was god, especially State dominated play practically Kutztown t.,Millertown 0 ,,0 perience.But TODAY. You will also get full '
Delaware 34 Hofstra 7 of these
will fight for 60 minutes against at the end. all the way Saturday night I Edinboro 3. Slippery Rock 3. tie FAR WEST to get one Jobs details on how you can prepard}
STATISTICS Oregon State 14. Colorado 7 I you must pass a test. The competition these tests.
California Pa. 27. Lock Haven It yourself for
everybody and tonight they "Florida was about what we but had to use a late 28-yard Ky. Miss. MIDWEST Oregon State 14, Colorado 7 is keen' and in same

showed what they are made expected. They have a fine field goal by Doug Moreau to First Rushing downs yardage 142 22 76 10 Cincinnati 20. Dayton 10 Wyoming Illinois 20,2t California, Washington 14 State 7' cases only one out of five pass. Don't delay ACT NOW!
Passing yardage 273 111 Akron 17, Southwest Missouri 0 Stanford 10 San Jose State I _
of. Rice University Passes ;l"3A 11- M Baldwin-Wallace 10. Muskingum 7 Utah State 76. New Mexico State 0 LINCOLN SERVICE Dept. 89
Graves also said, "I said be-. Passes Intercepted by 2' 3 Lincoln. Mo. 25. Arkansas AM&N I Montana State 27. Fresno State 13 Pekin. IllinoisI
Punts 4-42 SAO Northwest Missouri 1*. Peru. Neb. 0 Wyoming 21. Washington Stute 7
fore that I looked forward to STATISTICSSTATE Fumbles lost I 3 Concordia. Neb. 15, Midland. Neb. 13 Washington 3$. Baylor'14 I am very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE ((1)

coaching' this team more than INDIVIDUAL Yards Kentucky penalized,................. 0 713*4 -27 71 Missouri Southern Valley Illinois 13.7. Louisville Graceland 6 4 Whittier California It Western, Santa 44, Redlands 13 A list of U.S. Government positions and salaries (2) Informationon
Barbara 1*
_............. 707 7-21 U.S. Government Job.
other previous one in my Mississippi Hiiisdale 7 St. Norbert 7. tie Oregon 22 Pitt 13 how to qualify for a
any Heidel t> interception return Stevens Point SO Plattevllle 20
pass Arozona ,
career. Folks have asked me Rvsninj AN'Net Yards Avf., (I Irwin kick Superior 7, La Crosse 6 Colo. State 39 U.Brigham 7, U. of Young Pacific 4 0 Name : . . . . . . Age . .
....... ...... ..
Granger ..... ........... ,
why with the schedule we are Rhoo Im .........?..............,,....... 10 Si U4 ,5.5 lib Ky KY--Kestner Nortmn,32 3'.run pass, Tucci,from kick Bird) (kick Ohio Northwestern State 27.14 Southern, Indiana Methodist 13 1 Kearney New Mexico State 20,, Montana Neb. 0 Street . . . . . Phone . eo
Tonight the Gators Edwards ..........--.1 15' 15 failed) Purdue 17 Ohio U. 0 College 0 11. Colorado St. City . . : . . State . .
playing. Passim AWd CompL Had lilted Net Yards Miss-Luke 45 pass Interception return Notre Dame 31. Wisconsin 7 UCLA 21, '
.the answer for me. This is Cook ............................,..... s 1 o .15 (Irwin kick) Central Michigan K, Western Michigan Penn State 14 ----- --- -- -- -- --- -- - ----
gave McBrid. ............................ S 2 0 U Ky-Kestner 40 pass from Norton (Tuc- 6 :
a football team with characterand Pass)Receiving Me. Rife Nit Yards Fer TO cI kick) Augustana,III.. f, Wartburg 7
courage. It paid off for a Inman ........... .................... 2 29 a Miss-Fleming 13 pass from Weatherly Milton 7. St. Procopius 0
Hodges ..............................1 2 (Irwin kick) Illinois Chicago 17, Eureka 0 I
win over an outstanding Mississippi FLORIDA Ky-Kestner 22 pass from Norton (Tuc- Albion 21, Ferris 7
State team." R........ Atfd Net Yards AWl ci kick) Eastern Illinois 27, Central State U THANK YOU .
Dupret .................................. 12 31 3 Nebraska 26. Minnesota 21 ,
'. The! improved UF offense .......................... 11 24 2 ence championship, but it took Southern Michigan California 24. Air Force 40. Oklahoma 7 14

drew notice. "We moved the P0..3.mer :: ,: :::::::::::::::::::::: $11 23 2 1 Kentucky, just one offensive Kent Iowa State 34, Idaho.2lYoungstown 15. Xavier 2 I YOUR RESPONSE TO AND ACCEPTANCE OF I II
ball;maintained possession and Passing Att'd Cam.... Had I"' ''. Net Yard. play to'let the Rebels know they 21, East Kentucky 7
Starrier ......................9 11 1 73 Hiram 23 Oberlin 4
it the end Steve Spurrier Shannon .................................. 1 1 0 20 were in for a long afternoon. Dubuque 23 William Penn 7 I -
nd:Charles Casey ran the two Pass RtctMng Ni.Recd' Net Yds Fa TO Kentucky scored its winning Missouri 23 Utah t
... ** Oklahoma State 29. Iowa State 14 1 THE NEW 1965 CHEVROLET
Casey '''''''''' '' '' '''' -'-'''
minute offense like you drawit Baeszler .. : .. ". .. .:. .... 3 : touchdown with %:38 left on a 22- Thiel 20 Case Tech 4
on the blackboard. Harper ..:::-:::::.:: : : .: : : 3 34 from Norton to John Carroll 31. Washington & Jefferson I '
up yard pass play 0
Clutch Kicker Kestner. A point-after man, Taylor U. 14. Manchester i CARS and TRUCKS
Evansville 3V DePauw .
"Bob Lyle proved again what Rick Tucci, made the kick for Hanover 20. Anderson II i .
dutch kicker he is. This :4i Ripen 25, Grinnelt 14 ; ,! HAS BEEN TREMENDOUS
a the final margin. (
awl 1 Defiance 14 Grand Rapids JC t I .
makes three big ones for him, The Wildcats iced the game Washington u. 10 Wabash 10. tie p
Northern Michigan 24. Southeast Misscourt !
the one against Penn State in with about 30 seconds to go 0Eastern t

1562, the one which beat Ala- cthiNATIONAL when Ole Miss quarterback Jim 10.Michigan Knox 0 7. Adrian0Belof

bama last year and this one." Weatherly passed to Mike Dennis ,i u. Concordia Teachers lit 14, North Park WE WILL BE

Graves said the Gators had a who fumbled the ball going -Earffiam 47 Kenyan 7 I'
good night defensively. "Th ose Omaha 24, Northern Illinois 20 1
the Tal-
at Kentucky's
LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE. down Upper Iowa 47, Iowa WesJeyan 13 I
long .runs by Marcus Rho den WM lat ret. BcM" Wf* Last Pd. IMld iott Todd recovered at the 16. Bethel Mbwu. 32, Lakeland 6 i 1 to 6
heart breaking but he'sa. Philadelphia ,* .sn New York ,....,. fS S9 .417 St. Joseph's at Valparaiso' postponed!; Open Sunday p.m.FOR .
were Cincinnati ., M u YI Baltimore ,.92 44yChlcago J/0 44Vi So ineffective was the Ole to Sunday rain ,
fine runner and with that St. ?. U -gj 3W ....'.'. *! 44 JUJ39 Miss offensive machine that it Southwestern- .Tennessee 2t. Central I q
lEiidico u a ..551 Detroit ......?, 12 73 13Vi Methodist 14W1I.nigfon
speed, he'll break loose a few SH Milwaukee .' ".,: 11 n -.526 1 xLes Angeles ,.. 7* 77 .507 17xMknewta bad to get two of its touchdownson 25, Rose Poty 14 THE VIEWING OF "AMERICA'S NO. 1 SELLING CAR"
.... 77 .soo 12 71 71 ..4M.4M W Ohio Northern 47, Indiana Central 14
more times this year. Los Pittsburgh AngeleS ,. 16 71 A9' Cleveland ...:::: 76 74 1m long runs after pass intercep- Bali State 21, Butler 14 I
:The play of guard Bill Rich- 0I1c11lO ......"... 70 .451 "* Boston "... .. 6t 17U Ml 27 defensewas Kalamazoo 14, Lake Forest 4 }
........ 64 21 .13 2S'h Washington ..... .315 34 tions. The Kentucky
burg tremendous all season, Houston New York .....T Sl 113 .331. 31 I yKansas City ... iS .ta ...3S'3P- \ so tough that Ole Miss I 21, Furman SOUTHWolford 14 I Plus the Enjoyment of Hearing
..... I \
-Played night
and the Florida defensive'see YesterdaysMilwaukee game East Carolina 31. Hoard 20
4. Philadelphia 4 y-Played twilight game., managed but one first down in. Catawta Newterry 7 DOLORES STANTON AT THE ORGAN
opdary also drew commendation Cincinnati .. New York 1 .Yesterdays Resotts the entire first half. I Presbyterian 21, LenoIr Rnyne II 7 ,

from Graves. SL San Louis,Francisco<. Ptttsbursh at Chicago 3 game post- New York 7. Washington IBaltimore ,Appalachian SALEN W.VL.13 27 Western, BluefleM Carolina State 10 t FROM 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M.UNIVERSITY ':

Miss: State Coach ,Paul ;'Davis pead rah scheduled Detroit 1, 5.Boston Cleveland 4. 3 or- ", FSU WinsFORT Norm Carolina 21. Michigan State U
Onlr'gamM. .... Ckkago at Kansas City twOigM North Carolina State 9, Ctemson 1
in "I
] said, defeat was never Today's 0Sin Maeen-t,Washington S. Lee
than if FrancIscO Marichal i,7 and BoIMat Minnesota at Los Angeles eight WORTH, Tex. (AP) 0 .
more prouder we Jack. Todars Games CHEVROLET
H Chicago Koonce l-v : New York Ford U4 at Washington.Dan- Florida State combined a. relentless Wake Forest 3sV.YlrgWa Tecfi 21 .
Our 2.
had, won 40-0. boys a SOft 22.11 at lets t-10 Georgia Tech 20. Mie1fla./
and.JIY Wl : -
of guts to give the effortthey C\llcIMlU O'Toole 1M 1"19.end Cisco e17 M Pescwal.J4/11 at. Los Angeles ,offensive attack with 'a Duke 38- Virginia 0, VOLUME DEALER" '
lot : New, York Stallard I = 13-f assault aad' Howard U, Cheyney StaleAuburn "GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST ..: I
v defensive ,
2 -
did i Tennessee 0
being as crippled as Boston Mon U.13"- Detroit '
ouquett8 -
Los Angela L. Miller 4or Orttoa Carson Mewman U. Emory aV Henry 4Kentocky t NORTH MAIN ST. F Fj
'were. 7-. at Housto erwce 1U N $penN 44 blanked Texas Christian 100Saturday1 27, Mississippi 21 1515 .t
we Milwaukee Ctaninger 17-14 at Phlladi'phla Chicago Horten 11-f at Kansas City .
?'We still have won if we Burning 11-4 OdomM nIght"fn''an intersectional Davidson 17. Mississippi Winston-Satan College 14 12 ,I
St. Louis Craig 4-4 at Pittsburgh Law lalt".oberts" 11-7 at Cleveland Ste-! football contest Kentucky State 41.
the State IV Deteware Stan i
hadrioUumbied,. punt .U-U .' bert 7-J I Virginia
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._._ .:'GeI1l8l.1II. Sun Sunday. September 27. 1964 .

Irish Swarm In the Midwest Trojans: Trounce! ,"

Into Badgers t. '1 + .. << .
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ol' .. "
+.: ,.
> __ / : > f 1' ..t* "', "\},:-} <-1\ -,",<,, ; ,:t. Oklahoma,40..14
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31-7 Win ; t"1.. S \ 'f '. I .. "" .1:.& '. NORMAN, Okla. (AP) for Southern Cal's fourth touch- But with 12 minutes left, halfback .
r. ;
( : Southern California, with daz- down. Lance Rentzel fumbleo

! .. ..+ .""-- ,. zling' quarterback Craig Fertig But tackle Jerry Goldsby cut Fertig's punt on the Oklahomafive
MADISON, Wis. (AP) Wisconsin mounted its lone f: 7 '\7A.SJIr '. '
:; completing passes almost at across field and forced Lupo out and end Ty Salness recovered -
"- ...
I' Notre Dame launched its bid to scoring surge at the outset of ", ,t:. will, overwhelmed No. 2-ranked in
> on the Oklahoma seven as the the end zone for a touch-
'Ii -
""" "
regain, national football prestige the second ,half. Hal Brandt > .. 1. ;., Oklahoma 40-14 Saturday beforea sounded. down.
under new coach Ara Parseghl-broke from a tremendous ... gun
away I" stunned sell-out of 61-
". Oklahoma fans accustomedover From that
.. point on, a steady
an by crushing Wisconsin 31-7, rush and passed 45 yards to .. '"
Saturday, with a hard-hitting' Jimmy Jones for. the touch- i < t. : .. .(& 700.The the years to fantastic second stream of fans began leavingthe

defense and the ,<,-i.. .. ,. .. .. :. ,, ,' 40 points were the most half rallies, still had hopes stadium an unheard of
sharpshootingof down. .
unheralded quarterback John Notre Dame, which grudgingly ... ..... ." .. ..... ............ .'.....-. [. ; scored against the Sooners since when the Sooners came out for thing at an Oklahoma football

Huarte. I : .. Missouri manhandled Oklahoma the third quarter.iII game.
7 surrendered a single yard on ;. .. \
; 41-19 in 1960.
The Irish, who lured Par- the ground in the first two periods .. .. .
't'Zy t I.: t.' ; Fertig, aided by a 30-mile-per-
seghian away from Northwestr promptly took charge : t "
r after a dismal 2-7 record again. Denied an additional '' : .. .. ... : hour wind which occasionally Ohio State

last season, stormed to a 13-0 three points on Ivan's wide field wIf' :. -" gusted to 42 m.p.h., rocked the Tops

halftime lead on Huarte's 61. the Irish Sooners with a pair of first
goal attempt, pushedthe "
..... \
yard scoring pass to Jack Snow Badgers back, forcing a ,...'... ,. .... .. quarter touchdown drives and

and Ken Ivan's field goals from weak punlStarting '. 1- Oklahoma never recovered.On 278COLUMBUS
31 and .1 the first drive Mustangs
I 30 yards.Indiana. on the Wisconsin 29, a 43-yard ,
} .; jaunt after a short Oklahoma
the Irish roared to a touchdown, l/F' .&

Joe Kantor bulling one yard into ,; Ohio (AP) uncovered another fine fullback

/: Falls the end zone on the first play of First downs u.s.c.22"Oklahema. Ohio State, capitalizing on every in Willard Sander, who rambleu

the final quarter. Rushing yardage 140 147 break, launched its season Sat 42 yards for a touchdown that
Passing yirdagt 221 55
To Wildcats Huarte, a senior who saw only Passes 17.30 ,5-15 urday with a 27-8 victory over climaxed a 58-yard, three-play
46 minutes of action last year, Punts 5-35 1-30 Southern Methodist' in an intersectional Barrington went
t. directed a 45-yard touchdown Michigan Recovered On Its One-Yard Line to Halt, TD Threat Fumbles lost I 2 football fray viewed 37 yards for the other Buckeyescore
Yards, penalized 30 23
J Ind. (AP) march the next time Notre 1 by 80,737 fans. as the Bucks rambled 64

I I I Dean extra Dickie's point kick second settled successful a'-' Dame scored had from the two ball.yards Bill out.Wolski Michigan Season punt, Fertig completed two Two intercepted passes by the yards in six plays.

: passing duel between North-, After its Opens passes for 33 yards against Buckeyes' Arnold Chonko led to The victory was coach Woody
J{ western's Tom Myers and Indi fourth in the pass Notre Dame, Oklahoma's inept secondary. 39 and 28-yard field goals by Hayes' fourth straight over the
i ana's Rich Badar and gave the Minutes later, he engineered Bob Funk; end Bill Spahr Mustangs and gave him a 24-9-1
moved 89 for another
I Wildcats another scoring drive of 51 snatched a fumble by Floyd record nonconferenceteams
a 14-13 victory over the touchdown in the closing Blitzes Air Force 247ANN against

t' Hoosiers Saturday in a Big Ten minutes, Huarte firing a striketo yards, accounting for 46 of the Burke out of the air and raced in his 14 years at the

I football opener. Snow for the final 42 yards. total on three completions. 31 yards for a touchdown; an Ohio State helm.

.. Myers, under wraps in the Snow hauled down nine ARBOR, Mich. (AP) and Detwiler bulled his way in Michigan's Rick Volk intercepted Fertig scored both first quar- end zone pass interception by The Ohioans, showing their

Indiana-dominated early part of Huarte passes for 217 yards, Michigan capitalized on an ear- from the 10 In the third for the a Murphy pass in the end ter touchdowns on keepers after Doug Drenik halted one Mustang -usual grinding power along withan

the game, brought the Wildcats shattering the Notre Dame ly fumble recovery, thwartedAir other Michigan touchdown. Timberlake then took the fakes into the line. touchdown bid and Steve impenetrable defense until
from behind twice, directing a record of 208 yards by Jim Force three times in the Timberiake booted a 26-yard The Trojans all but wrappedit Dreffer's fumble recovery the third and fourth stringerstook "
74-yard, 11-play drive in the Califor- first and went field the first half ended Wolverines across the Air Force stopped another.
Morse against .Southern quarter on to goal as up with 36 seconds left in the over in the late minutes,
, third quarter that tied the score nia in 1955. i score a 24-7 seasonopeningfootball giving the Wolverines a 17.7 goal line in seven plays. The big first half, with fullback Ron The Texans, who lost their scored in quarter.Tigers .
'I I
at 13-13. Fullback Steve Murphy The who defeated lead. play of the drive was a 34-yard .
Badgers, victory Saturday.Two Heller going over from the one- opener to Florida last week 24-8,
4; scored from 10 yards out and Kansas State 17-7 last week,1 of the Michigan touch- Air Force meeting Michiganfor dash around right. end by Carl yard line after pass interferenceon got into Ohio territory only four

t) Dickie kicked the deciding finished with a net loss of 51 i down drives were for 80 yardsas the first time' in history, Ward. Oklahoma gave Troy a first times and scored their touch- Over

point. yards.Notre quarterback Bob Timberlake scored in the second quarter Air Force ........,......... 0700- 7 down at that point. down in the last 29 seconds 'as
} Myers and Badar traded 28- Michigan .......... ........ 710 7 0-24
Dame ............... 3 10 0 IS-31 mixed in passing plays with a when Tim Murphy hit Dick Mien Timberlake 1 run (Timberiake The Trojans tried valiantly to quarterback Don Oefinger
yard scoring strikes after Indiana Wisconsin .....?...........0 S 7 0-- 7 hard-running ground Czarnota with a four-yard kick) 11 yards to end 'Jim Utah 23.6
game passed
sophomore John Ginter had ND-FG Ivan 31 Mich Anthony 4 run (Timberiake add insult to injury on the last I
\ NO-.Snow 41 pass from Huarte (Ivan, paced by Mel Anthony and Jim touchdown pass. kick) play of the first half when Tom Taylor.
given the Hoosiers a 7-0 lead kick I
AF Czarnota 4 pass from Murphy
I NO FG Ivan 30 Detwiler. Air Force fumbled'four times, By JIM VAN VALKENBERG
who Inter-
with a 30-yard touchdown run in (Holiday kick) Lupo picked off Sooner quarter The Buckeyes, I
WIs-Jones 45 from Brandt (Kaye
Timberiake scored in the first half and Michi- Mich FG Timberlake 26 Associated Press Sports Writer
the first all .
kick with
the opening period. Indiana'' ) Mich Detwiler 10 run (Timberlake back Mike Ringer's pass at spersed some good passing
NO-Kantor 1 plunge (pass failed) threeof 0 COLUMBIA Mo. (AP) '
touchdown from the defenders recovered kick) ,
I missed the extra point kick NO-Wolski 2 run (pass filled) gan Attendance 40.133.SEATTLE midfield and appeared headed their usual ground-eating game,
I NO-Snow 42 pass from Huarte (pass line after Michigan had recov- them. Each time the recoveries Missouri quarterback Gary !
after its second touchdown.
t' : Attendance 64..391, ered a fumble on the Air Force came after Air Force had Lane raced 67 yards for one i ..

______ __ ___.,._ '
3 : 4 -. : H 32 on the third play of the game. driven inside the Michigan 20 touchdown, passed for another

Anthony scored from four yard line. and set up a third as the Tigers I

w yards out in the second quarter' Late in the first quarter. the Far West clipped Utah 23-6 Saturday.It I I

was Missouri's first football

I victory in two games. Utah also

j 1 : Nebraska stands 11.

.. .: : : Stops A 49-yard field goal by Bill
: Leistritz, which tied a 42yearold -

Huskies Impolite Host To school record, put the game
: out of Utah's reach.
t 2621Three I
V ., Gophers, The Western Athletic Confer-

I 4'k ence team didn't get on the

Bears Win 3514of Scoreboard until the last
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -.r down. Baylor quarter
when sub quarterback Dick
I Quarterback Fred Duda rallied Duda lifted the Huskers off ,
j : Groth led a 68-yard drive. i
seconds later he
Nebraska in the last 'n the deck 21 as
rI .( minutes Minnesotath' hit Frank Solich with a 45-yard (AP) Tiny! Steve ing champion Don Trull, located the game as the officials Rich Bernsen, a sophomore

I} shocking touchdown pass. Bramwell sifted like a wraith Ken Hedge with a toss good for stepped off a 15-yard additional linebacker, set up the last 10
. .. a pair of! ate scoring passes.that
i" lifted the Cornhuskers to Nebraska got the ball back on through 67 yards of Baylo"rBears 55 yards and a Baylor mark on penalty against the Bears. Missouri points with two pass

26-21. victory Saturday.. a Minnesota punt that went only the first time Washington' the Scoreboard. Baylor kicked but' the play interceptions The first led to the

Jf a 19 yards into a stiff wind, takingover got the football Saturday and 1 The Bears threw 42 passes, said he did not have an ex field goal, the second set up

t : Minnesota led 21-12 with less at the Gophers' 44. Seem- the Huskies romped from thereto completing 20 for 330 yards, but planation. Lane's 30-yard touchdown passto

than: eight minutes to go after ingly stymied on fourth down a 35-14 victory over the air- the only other touchdown strike Washington ground out one sophomore halfback Ray

halfback Bill 'Crockett dazzled a with 13 yards to go, Duda con- minded invaders from Waco, was Marshall's pass to Larry more tally, powering 36 yardsin Thorpe.

-- ------ crowd of 50,237 and a national nected with end Freeman Whiteon Tex.Washington Elkins half a minute into the a dozen plays to score with

NOTRE DAME'S JACK SNOW CATCHES PASS I television audience: with an 80- a 14 yard pass kicked off, stalledthe final quarter.It seven minutes left in the game. I Broncos Tamed

I II I Wisconsin's Dave Fronek (9) Tries to Defense yard punt return for a touch- Two plays later, Duda fired Baylor attack with a vicious was the only catch of the Baylor ..................... 7 7-14
defense Washington ... .. .... .. 14 14 I 7-35
and the
up the' middle to Kent Mc- punted. ,afternoon for the 1963 national Wash Bramwell 67 punt return Norton KALAMAZOO, Mich. AP) !

Cloughan. The ball was deflected -' The 155-pound Bramwell hauledin 'reception champion, who was Wash(Norton- Coffe kick)43 run (norton kick) Central Michigan's Chippewas

BRAVES HAND PHILS by Minnesota's Mike Reid, the ball at his own 33, danced thumbed out of the game by the Wash Baylor- Browning 1 run (Norton kick) tamed Western Michigan's
Hodge 55 pass from R. M.,
but popped into McCloughan'sarms behind good blocking and scooted officials on the following kick- Marshall (Purvis kick) Broncos and then rode them
at a slant into the end zone. Baylor Elkins 65 pass from R. M.
line and he
at goal off.Baylor Marshall (DavIs kick) through the mud to an upset ,
SIXTH STRAIGHT LOSS bulled over for the winning The little speedster ran an- kicked b ut the play Wash Attendance- Douglas 54.700, I run (Norton kick) football victory Saturday 186.

touchdown. other Baylor boot for 52 yardsin was nullified by offsetting penalties I

I the third quarter but the tally and Elkins was waved out

I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' consecutive victory longest in loss column with the Phillies California was nullified by a clipping pen- For The First Time -

The Philadelphia Phillies, in the league this season _. and while the Cardinals were one alty.Washington rolled up four Oregon State

first place in the National crept to within one-half game of down and the Giants two down. Starts Late touchdowns before the vaunted A COLOR TV t
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the Phillies. Third-place St. games aerial attack of the Bears could
danger Saturday of toppling back beat- Cincinnati and St. Louis seven produce more than midfield first BOULDER Colo. AP
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11' CADETS STYMIE LATE -'ryr 1M x. dt" r Doubles Match

GRIMSLEY Playing desperately and fighting hit a high volley that skimmed
< (AP) Ameri- for every point, the bounding past Stolle's outstretched rac-
I E EAGLE DRIVE 19-13 and Den- sliding McKinley and the quet.

battled back from poised and determined Ralston That gave the Americans the

r .. ,' Saturday and reeled off three more points in a !important break and put them
WEST POINT, N.Y. AP) final period, Army had to fight field following the final gun 1 .x great Australian row to save Ralston's service. I ahead.

Fred Barofsky's 94-yard touchdown for its life as Foley sparked BC after Jim Whalen had caught Emerson and Fred Then in the ninth game they Then McKinley, the most

t'r run on a punt return in two touchdown drives. He Foley's pass on the 42. It was a 6-4,4-6,4-6, 6-3 pounced on the dazed Stolle with successful of the day's servers,
proved to be Army's 19-13 victo was working on a third that had heart breaking ending for BC imposing 2-1 lead both feet, breaking him at love. went to the service line and
+f ry margin after an aroused I reached the Army 42 when time which had been able to pick' Cup Challenge Pouncing to the net like hun- started sending his high-bound-

) Boston College team awoke in a'ran out on the warm, sunny holes in Army's pass defense in: gry tigers, poaching and slashing -j ing spin service at the Aussies.It .
f wild fourth quarter on Ed Fol- afternoon. that final period. of 7,162 in Cleve- at the ball for all they were was a tight going to
Ii ey's passing Coach Jim Miller of BC Rollie Stichweh, whose eight- T. Clark Stadium worth, the two Americans deuce. The Americans game failed on
I Leading 19-0 going into the argued with the officials on the yard pass to Tom Schwartz I a pair of young couldn't be contained. one match point, lost it on a Mc-

gave Army its first score in the I ovation when Ralston scored on an angled Kinley volley. Then they got
opening period, suffered a twist- backhand into the Backhand volley, McKinley hit a another match point on an Em-
I ed ankle after 11 minutes of dramatic 1 hour,
Spurs volley past Emerson's erson volleying error and forced
and Frank Cosentino .
play oper- racquet. McKinley hit another Stolle into the error that ended
I ated at quarterback the rest of States now needs volley cross court, then Ralston the match.
the way. cf Sunday's final
35-6 Army went in for a TD on an matches to retain
I Navy to eight-yard run by Don Parcells WHOOPS WATCH bowl wrested from

in the third period after Jim I McKinley Almost Trips at Adelaide last PackerLionTilt

Whelan, BC's punter, attemptedto
I Win Over W&MANNAPOLIS run on a fourth and 12 situa- Ralston, the
tion and was dumped by Pete and
Braun on the BC 38. Dressen 22-year-old colle- ClimaxesPro

Barofsky's fine run followedParcell's Calif.
J Md. (AP in of ,
) game place Staubach.
touchdown and Army and McKinley, the
Injured Roger Staubach came Bickel performed creditablyuntil appeared to be in. from San Antonio
J ,
off the bench in the fourth New
fourth quarter when he Boston College ............. 000 1313Army mighty Emerson, WeekendBy
I Saturday and ignited Navy'sstalled passed directly into Indian line- ...................... 4 013 0-19 I Australian. Wim
attack for two quick Army-Schwartz I from Stich
pass .
backer Tom Feola's hands at weh (kkk failed) championships
I touchdowns and a 35-6 victoryover the 15 on an interception that Army Parcells run (Hawkins kkk) DETROIT (AP) The Detroit best amateur in JACK HAND bled by the Vikings and upset
William & Mary. i Army Barefsky 94 punt return (kick Tigers signed
gave William & Mary its only failed) manager Associated Press Sports Writer Green Bay last week. The
On his first play, the All-' BC Smith 7 pass from Foley (Kufz Charles Dressen Saturday to a I
t score and cut the Navy lead to kick) victory, achieved Thanksgiving Day comes Bears, opening day losers to the
America quarterback handed 146. BC Moran S run (kick failed) new one-year contract. (- weather, Packers, proved they still had
off to halfback Kip Paskewich, Attendance 27200. Terms of the contract were early this year in the National I
I i a 2-1 bet punch by thumping Minnesota
who sprinted 71 yards for a not disclosed. I cup. Ralston is Football League with the annual I 3428. Johnny Unitas vs. Bill

touchdown that put Navy in Mountaineers Hit First Dressen's new contract was Stolle, clinching Green Bay at Detroit fixture Wade is the advance billing.
announced jointly by Tiger own-
front 21.6.Within er John E. Fetzer and General making the final scheduled for Monday night. i Dallas, which edged Washington -

two minutes, Staubachhad Manager James A. The Packer-Lion game will i last week, moved into Pittsburgh -
the Middies on the scorebo- Hang on For 7-3 Win and down 0-30 on take
f the same time, the Tigers climax an unusual four-day I to on the Steelers,
\( ard again, completing three in the eighth
I said Dressen's coaching staff weekend for professional foot- who surprised the Giants. The
'( straight passes to halfback Ed MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (AP) period. Doug Stanley's kick: would be retained for the 1965 dying final set, the ball which started Friday night.I Cowboys can rumble on the
Orr and end John Mickelson West Virginia scored the first made it 70.Leftridge. I looked like a with Washington vs. the New ground where the Steelers are

after Navy had recovered an time it got the ball Saturdayand was the wheelhorseof York Giants at Yankee Stadium most vulnerable but John Henry
Indian fumble at the William & the scoring drive. The Moun- Opening Kickoff made a bril- continued Saturday night Johnson figures to test the Cow-
Mary 25. then held on for a shaky 7-3 taineers covered 32 yards of the volley in an ex- with San Diego at Buffalo and boys' league-leading rushing

Staubach, still limping from a Southern Conference football distance by rushing and Left- Levels Lehigh Emerson when it will hit the high point with eight defense.In .

leg injury received in the Penn victory over The Citadel.A ridge accounted for 29 of them. the point had Sunday games. the AFL, the New York

State opener one week ago, then crowd of 17,000 saw the I A 15-yard clipping penalty PHILADELPHIA (AP) the Australians, Only four NFL teams were Jets play at Boston in a battle of
t returned to the Navy bench and Mountaineers muff repeated which gave West Virginia a first Penn's Barry Ellman returned. took on new unbeaten after the first two two unbeatens. Weeb Ewbank'sJets
I third stringer Felix Bassi fin- down on The Cita.delll played a the opening kickoff 96 yards for] weeks and all of them had been had a week off after an
ished the game at quarterback. scoring opportunities while big part in the touchdown. The a touchdown and the Quakersheld tied once. They were Detroit, opening victory over Denver.
Paskewich shared game hon- picking up their second confer- Mountaineers had just been on in the second half for a Los Angeles, Cleveland and St.I The Patriots are red hot with
ors with Staubach. He darted 25 ence win. stopped for no gain and withoutthe 13-6 football victory over Lehighat Louis. :'two in a row over Oakland and
yards for Navy's first touch- West Virginia drove 47 yards penalty would have faced a Franklin Field. Easily Separate Ways 'San Diego. However, the Jets

down midway in the first quar- in nine plays for the game's fourth-and-five situation. The Quakers scored again in The Cardinals and Browns, beat Boston twice in pre-season
ter in addition to his fourth After the touchdown, West the second quarter on quarter- N.H. (AP) who battled to a 33-33 tie last
only touchdown. Fullback Dick exhibitions.Cinderella
i period sprint. Virginia had all it could handle back Bruce Malloy's eight-yard over a burly week, go their separate ways Club
Burce Bickel, a junior from Leftridge scored it from the from a team that lost to Army pass to Bill Laurence that cli- fine for four Sunday. St. Louis will take its Kansas City will have Chris
Fairmont, W. Va., started the three with 9:28 left in the first 34-0 last week. maxed a 64-yard drive. i the second period ,well-balanced offense to San Burford in the line-up at split
to an easy, Francisco where the 49ers are end for the first time when the

I victory, 40-0. hurting without injured fullbackJ.D. Chiefs invade Oakland, whereAl
r Bruce Smith. However, John Davis' Cinderella club of last
1} I in his starting Brodie's passing and Mike year still is looking for its first
J\ .d.,4 four and 25-yard Lind's running make the 49ers a victory.

il to halfbacks threat at home. Sammy Baugh will turn loose
f Everything Goes HereII of Lake Geneva, Jim Brown leads Cleveland in his latest terror, rookie Sid
O'Brien of North- to Philadelphia where a sellout Blanks, against the Denver
II crowd will turn out at Franklin Broncs when the Houston Oilers .r

tutu ark iirtmtJlJ '< even wondered if kicking wasn't a waste of effort but had Field to see Joe Kuharich's .invade the Rockies. Jacky Lee,
no experience in evaluating damages that came from kicks. Outlasts refurbished Eagles try to score on lend-lease to Denver from
, By ARTHUR DALEY Preliminary fighters missed frantically with both feet and an upset Houston, gets a shot at his old

BANGKOK, Thailand. fists until some looked as bad as Sonny Liston against 20-3 Swede Svare's Los Angeles mates.
Among the more fascinating attractions of this land of Cassius Clay. Rams will be at home to the The Monday night game be-
total enchantment is a peculiar sport indigenous to Thai- The first fight ended by decision and the loser limpedoff R.I. (AP) --battered Minnesota Vikings, tween the Packers and Lions
land. It is known as Thai boxing and would give grave- with a muscle pull in his kicking leg. But the second Jim Dunda ran for who are short on running backs marks the renewal of a bitter
yard gyrations to the Marquis of Queensberry, arbiter of bout ended abruptly. The Thai in the red trunks took an and passed for with both Bill Brown and Tom- rivalry. Alex Karras gets his
ring decorum. Longshoremen fight more mannerly in saloons early lead by scoring with his feet and staggered his foe as Brown my Mason below par due to first shot at the Packers since

than the Siaeme do in the ring at least by traditional with a smartly delivered knee to the groin. However, blue for a 20-3 injuries. The alert Rams lead he spent a year on suspension.With .
I standards. pants countered with a beautiful one-two combination worthyof football series re the league on defense and the Packer guard Jerry Kram-

I Thai boxing not only has punching with fists but also per- Joe Louis, a fast left and a right to the jaw with fists. lapse of 22 years. :!Vikings are tops in offense. tr out of action, Dan Grimmhas
mits kicking with the feet. There also are fleeting touches Red pants began to bleed and local Whitey. Bimstein expertly spotted Lafayette t Most ImportantThe his work cut out for him.
of wrestling in wild wooly contests that have tourists flock- patched the cut between rounds. on a field goal by I game that could be the Chicago will replace Green
ing to Rajademnern Stadium, Including old ladies from Du- When action resumed blue pants missed a kick. Red pants but went ahead 7.3 most important in the final Bay as the Lions' ThanksgivingDay
buque. They obviously are not bloodthirsty dolls and yet they clutched the leg with one hand, rabbit punched with the ended when standings is the Bear-Colt clash opponent this year with all
seem to enjoy it.This is understandable.None other hand and threw spreadeagled blue pants to the floor. around right end in Baltimore. The Colts came the clubs taking turns in subse-
The referee restored them to the vertical. When after hum- .
of these fluttery dames has even the foggiest notion they back strong being quent years.14tfteka8. ___ = == =-
clinched red scored with a knee to the belly. But blue I I
that hitting below the belt is considered vulgar in police
smashed home a right to the
cross jaw with his fist and
boxing circles. Thai fighters not only punch below the belt red was counted out. ing
'j but they kick below the belt as well A knee to the groin is

deemed a deft strategic maneuver. That roughhouser of yes- Only LefthanderAnother I II
teryear, Harry Greb, one time middleweight champion, I
would never have been in his element here. However, any bout I
produced the only lefthander on the card
observer schooled in Queensberry procedure finds himself
and southpaws are obviously as tough to shave in Thailandas .
Siamese behave in the .
slightly aghast at the way the ring.It ,
they are in America. The lefty wore red and he kicked \
seems out of character because Thailanders are a happy,
little but punched a lot with blue baffled by such unortho- I
cheerful, smiling people. Only in the fight ring and only in doxy. Yet blue tried hard.
their distorted version of the manly are of self-defense do h.i.sSAMPLE
He surged in and missed with a left, right, left, right-
well in the normal famous
also fight style
they go haywire. They not fists but knees. Blue grabbed him with both gloves
because Pone Kingpetch, a Thailander, is flyweight champion and pounded his midsection with both knees, one of the
of the world.
tactical maneuvers Rocky Graziano never thought of
trying. Then red southpaw punched thrice to the body once I
Regulation RingWhat to the
jaw and it was over.
Throughout all bouts the three LINE
piece ensemble plays up
makes this Siamese distortion of the boxing tradeso almost away
as if it were supplying the rhythm for the boisterous
disconcerting to the true believer is the fact that Thai ballet. The
fighters pick the
up rhythm"which speeds for
fights are held in a regulation ring. Combatants wear six- the last up
ounce regulation gloves and wear regulation boxing trunks. finale. Usually round it as succeeds.if trying to lift the fighters into a furious of the Best Buys you'll find any-

However, they are barefooted except for cloth wrapping Thai All clean new season one-of-a-
., around the ankles. east is a bit too esoteric for Western tastes, at h.i.s. Men's Wear. This lot
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They square off in the stand up classic pose first immortalized Kingdom, however it has
a singular appeal. Maybe that and
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bout in Madison Square Garden. Then one guy kicks the ancient country that once was Siam has singular appeal. I
other guy in the teeth and reason totters. In clinches they I I
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knee each other and throw rabbit punches. They hold and

hit or kick. They wrestle each other to the ground. Not QB Pilots r rI For SALE
I until then does the referee, originally an innocent bystander I off
haul them apart. I
I Despite such rowdy conduct there is an almost religious Harvard Chain

overtone to the sport which began in 1560 when King Nare- 10 Water Reg. Price
suen of Siam was captured by the Burmese. He was givena !
from 3.98-49.95
chance to fight for liberty in unarmed combat againstthe To Victory ,, Light
best Burmese. He won his freedom and the Thai style i : There is only one of a

boxing has been a national sport: ever since.. I CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP- '. Cement : : the quantity is limited so,
Each bout is preceded by a ritual to the accompanimentof Junior quarterback John Mr ': !
that weird shrill Thai music from the Siamese equiva- Lawn
Cluskey drove Harvard to two
lent of a bongo drum, reed pipe and cymbals. Boxers Earth BL.MEN'S. WEAR
wear ceremonial outer robes and sacred cords or mongkon touchdowns Saturday as the,;

around their foreheads. They kneel in the ring, raise their Crimson opened the football SALES and
hands prayerfully in front of the face and bow until their season with a 20-14 victory over I
foreheads touch the ring canvas. Then they do a slow ritualistic MassachusettsBut ;
dance that has all the studied grace of a ballet. !
he pulled a lapse on another MYERS

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once the bell rings it's strictly business. They :way run. I II I THE
advance toward each other in the approved fashion of any I McCluskey, believed to be the Phone ; STORE WITH MORE
% bout at Madison Square Garden, feinting with the usual 'first Negro quarterback in Harvard j GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

1 Jabs: But they also feint with the feet. Local experts claim : history, piloted the men of MYBRS fo I 3Q2 NORTH MAIN STREET "
that the deadliest waDop of all Is a kick to the back of Cambridge on a 63-yard scoring j > t
the opponent's neck, a sure knockout. march in the first period and Store Hours

This Tokyo bound tourist saw no dropkicks for kayos. galloped 82 yards for a second Charge It or Layaway 10' a.m.p...... "
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1- Assistant Sports Editor STATISTICS Gainesville Palatka the .Hurricanes were off and
: First downs 4
1I The fireworks exploded in the Yards gained rushing 2117 61 running with a 13-7 lead.Hipp .
113 25
n II' Yards gained passing .
I C .- second half Friday night at Passes Passes Intercepted by '1? 1! put the score out of

't.l r Citizens Field and Gainesville Punts 2-.27 7-M reach in the final
I' z4 rr Fumbles lost 1 0 early period
.: ;,,, :; ) High came up with its first victory -Yards Score by lost quarters penalties: 61113-26 70 42 where he took off at the

' : of the young football sea Palatka Gainesville 7 5 t t- 7 Brave 42-yard line and knifed

son. Scoring summary: his way into the end zone. The
Touchdowns: ,.
'f. Gwin (receovered fumblein wad ; ?yxwLH
Gainesville ne
: Fireworks in the forms o f end zone); Giffen (3rd run); Hipp PAT was no good.
(37 yd. run); Edcdahl (1 ft. plunge
:quarterback Jackie Eckdahl and Gibson 2 PATS. Eckdahl wrapped the
Palatka B. Perry (.ft yd. run); up
;y"y halfbacks Brian Hipp and Al Pope. PAT. scoring by smashing one foot
Giffen accounted for three
for a touchdown with 6:30 left
touchdowns in the final two per- when the ball was fumbled in _
. --.. sssGAINESVILLE : in the game. Randy Cruick-
-- : iods.Palatka's placement Mike Gibson pickedup
: shanks added the PAT. r
-- \ Braves were buriedin the ball and attempted to

the avalanche of points and run it over but was stopped Gibson set up the socre when
wound up with a 26-7 defeat he picked off a Palatka pass
short of the goal.
The Hurricanes jumped off to and ,returned it to the Brave
back ( A
Palatka storming
--, l a 6-0 lead midway in the first came 25-yard line.
quarter when Giffen blocked a minutes later when swift halfback -

-- I It Palatka punt and guard Chris Bill Perry raced 42 yardsfor Big Pass Play

.. .. ._
He also had hand in
---'-'--'- -------------'-----'-'-'--"'''-'---' ----" ---- ---- a push-
Gwin fell on it in the end zone. a touchdown. Bobby Pope
ing the ball goalward by
I --".. But Charlie Payne (86) Barely Gets Ball Away in Time Giffen climaxed the d r i v e kicked the PAT to make it 76. ging a 10-yard aerial from snag- F
-- (Sun photos_ by Eddie Davis
-' with a threeyard'plunge with
GHS theatened twice in the Eckdahl at the 14.

second quarter but could not An oddity occurred in the __

: BATTLE ENDS 13-13 cross the goal line. first quarter when official Jack _

The Hurricanes drove to Pa- Drew was knocked down on a
play. He received a leg injury
latka's five-yard stripe
and taken from the field.
they came up with a fourth- ..1
Williston Bears in Tie
, [ and-goal situation.F The game went on with only --
three officials the rest of the BALL ELUDES BRIAN HIPP'S GRASP I

G Attempt way. Palatka Defender Puts Hand in WayIn

r BY LARRY WOODS bo Griffith swooped it up and for a score, Corbin went off Hipp was called on to try a

Sun Sports Writer STATISTICS Williston Cross City raced 80-yards for a touchdown tackle for Cross City's first field goal from a difficult angle.

WILLISTON A tie, says First From downs rushing 1 t 10 13 before you could say Dixie tally. Overstreet ran for the The ball missed its mark, but Lake Butler Tops Jasper \

Clemson's Frank Howard, is From passing i 1 County High. A pass try for the extra point. GHS was given another life on
From penalties 1 2
like kissing your sister. You'renot Yards gained rushing 56 2X8 extra point was good. An on side kick by Homer a roughing the kicker penalty.The .

disappointed nor are you i Yards Passes gained passing 12-17 171 2i 44 Al Parrish, Cross City coach, Melgaard followed and Cross

thrilled. But Cross City and :Punts Passes Intercepted by 239.5 1 137 2 contends the ball hit the ground City regained possession of the I' ball was shoved halfwayto Behind Thomas BrothersBy
Williston feel the goal where quarterbackJackie
((13-13)) probably Fumbles lost 0 2 (several of his boys agree with I ball.> From the Williston 45
different about all that n o n- Yards lost penalties 95 55 Eckdahl tried to smash
Score him and dead ball i Corbin bulled his the
by quarters: was a way up
over. He was stopped at theoney Besides passing for two
sense today. Williston 7 < 0 -1) JIM KELLY
Cross City 1 1 11-13 thereby making Griffith's run middle cut to his left and STATISTICS
The host Red Devils pulled a Scoring summary: all a r d line, and the Hur- Sun Football Assistant Jasper Union Co. scores, Jimmy scampered 55
illegal. He indicated Frid a went the for a touch-
y way
s' couple of quickies on the Bears Touchdowns: ricanes turned over the ball First downs 11 13 yards around right end for a
Williston Griffith (run ,80) PAT pass night he would take the matterto down. JASPER The powerful Un- From rushing I 13
here and on downs. From 0 0 Tiger TD, kicked two extra
Friday night jumpedto (Mitchell to Mitchell) Mitchell (10 passing
pass from D. Mitchell) the Florida High School Ath- The crucial PAT was left to ion County Tigers took advan- From penalties 3 0
an early 13-0 lead just as Cross City Corbin, runs of (3. ts) letic Association. McDonell who tried to skirtWilliston's The Hurricanes came thundering Yards gained rushing 217, 231 points and intercepted two passes. -
the second under PAT. run (Mitchell) tage of a vicious pass defense Yards gained passing ,10 129 Jimmy, the Lake Busier
period got
5- 10
end but back minutes later but Passes 1I
Williston's next score came right was and heroics by the Thomas 2 4 t
scoring Passes Intercepted by signal caller:,is a 163-pound f n-
way. end
standoff. That seconds after the second snowed under. were stopped again when Punts 2- 28,5 233
Cross City behind the burli- Friday night's period brothers to ,slap down Fumbles lost 0 1 ior.' it
Charlie intercepted an
started. Mitchell found No More Threats Payne 29 120
Younger penalties
Yards lost
est Bear of them all, fullback was three and one half timesas the hometown Jasper Bulldogs A third Thomas brother ion
Eckdahl on the Bra v e Score by quarters: "
Neither team presented pass '
Randy Crobin, came to life in much yardage as Williston's older lobbed Mitchell him a in 10-yarder( the open to and put much of a scoring threat after seven-yard line. 20-6( Friday night in a Union Jasper Co. 7 0 ** 7 0 '0-6-2t the Tiger squad is Danny. |; a ,
Conference bat-
,the final quarter and with two entire team gained all night on the Red Devils ahead, 130. that. Cross City controlled the Ran Clock Out key Suwannee Scoring Touchdowns summary: :' sophomore center. **

'touchdowns in less than a minute :. the ground. The Red Devils ball for the final 3:39 of the the clock tle.The Jasper Peterson S-ysrd- run with lateral ,- Harold Griner, 198-pound:1
and one half tied the score, Started Drive Palatka then ran alert Lake Butler secondary ) from ... (27-yard '
but could not into Union County T. Thomas! back, also aided the Lake Sut.
were good for only 56-y a r d s game get and left the field at halftime (55-
out Thomas
from J.'Thomas); J.
.. 1313. The Bears started their scor- picked off four e n e my pass which I
ler offense
rushing.But with the ball on WiUiston's.24- 7-6 advantage. yard run): T. Thomas (47-yard pass groundJyut
Lot of Action ing drive from their own 19 yard line. nursing a aerials'io repeatedly halt Jas- from J..'Thomas): PAT: J. Thomas .2 13 first downs"'and 366 -yards;

If you like your football in don't go away. Doug,(Mr. late in the third period. Louie Skip Shelton, Mike Mikell Gainesville took the second per drives. The Jasper'.offensebogged (kicks) Griner pounded into the: '**ne. .

capsule reports that's about it. Cool) Mitchell, Williston's quar- Overstreet hit Bobby Kincaidfor and Hallie Priest turned 1 n half kickoff and marched 72 down three times inside points. for short gains almost 91x6

But if you go in for a passing terback, did a little act of his a 43-yard completion after fine performances for the Red! yards for a touchdown sticking the Union',County 20-yard line, Tommy, a 165 -,pound junior clockwork. 251 I

offense, long runs, hard nose defense own. He threw for 186-yards, Corbin and Gary McDonell took Devils on defense. Overstreet, exclusively to the ground. once at theig 1Meanwhile halfback, caught two touch- Union. County ,scored inllev- I

a few fluke plays and an including one touchdown passto turns plugging out the Jhe T.h a m 0 s quarter except the ,
from his safety post, Warren time after time pounded down from ,brother Jim- ery Iastl \
his brother Bruce Mitchell. passes
onside kick that was probably short yardage. Overstreet him with Martin ,boys -Jimmy and Tommy, frustrated ,
O'Steen along Jerry
the turning point of the game- Cross City took the kickoff self got good mileage out of Howell the Palatka for important the Bulldog defense with my,., One was 27-yarder.. The Razzle-Dazzle"

-you should have been on hand. and starting from its own 37, the keeper play throughoutthe outstanding'and Richard defensively, were for yardage to keep the driving gotog. spectacular scoring'Plays and .second was a yard. o m b- Jasper's1 lone TD came in,Jhe ,

a. Corbin, all 185 pounds of him, carried to Williston's 20. Here, night. accounted for all their team's shelf. second period on 10 yards of
the Bears.
4:33 in the third I
remaining per-
plowed for 195-yards rushing in Corbin bobbled the ball and Bo- With first and three to go razzle-dazzle. Quarterback
Polk .passed to halfback Busty -

Mickler in the left flat aHhe

.. Tiger five yard line. MicJder
Powerful North Marion was hit hard and pitched'-:.out

\ to halfback Johnny Peters) n

who scooted into the end;zone:

i untouched. A pass interception
Crushes Trenton 390headed k by Mickler had set the stage

for the score

The play cut the Tiger mar-
STATISTICS BY ROBERT SLAUGHTERSun for another touchdown.
Trenton Nortll MarineFirst gin to 7-6, but Lake Butler
downs I 15 Football AssistantTRENTONPowerful Smith rammed over from the with
roared back minutes later
From rushing 6 0
N o rth three to the drive. 1Is
From passing 2 e cap another scoring bomb to takea
From penalties 0 0 Marion unleashed a bevy? of Sandlin kept things going as
Yards gained rushing 201.22 13-6 halftime lead.
Yards gained passing 105 52 talented backs here Friday he gathered in a punt at his ;' w
w The first Tiger TD came tele
Passes 6.15 1. 2 w
Passes Intercepted by 0 3 night and crushed outmanned own 20-yard line and cruised 80 H'
I in the first period on a 27-yard
Punts 1.30 0
Trenton, 390.Quarterback. yards into the end zone. a
lost 0
Yards lost penalties 50 30 Bolin- Pruitt ; pass.
Terry wrapped up the scor ,
Score by quarters: the ball at the eightin
.c my
Trenton 1 1 1 .-S ger tossed a 56-yard strike to ing by intercepting a Trenton ,

Norn Scoring Marion summary: 6 12 12 7- 3t Tookie Pruitt for the first Colt aerial and dashing 35 yards for ,..j...... .. cl.c' r the midst of Bulldog pass
A / ,. N; defenders and hurried over' to
score in the initial period. I a touchdown. \
North Trenton Marlon- None- PruiM. 2 (56 yard pass North Marion came back ear North Marion completely dominated : ; paydirt. Brother Jimmy con
from Bolinger 35 yard pass Intercep i'3. 114;; \ .c ; verted. The TD climaxed a 62-
lion) Stone (, yard run) Sandlin, 2 ly in the second quarter and. the contest, compiling .
((1 S yard yard run run). to punt return) Smith drove for another touchdown,' 422 yards of rushing and 52 via .".c. "... *. .c'c' yard drive.

capped by an eight-yard dash the airways. Trenton struck for .r ," ,.. l ... "A6.' Hampered Drive :.;
by Danny Sandlin. 201 it 1
yards rushing although \
The Colts tacked six : ; >aa ,. Ir Earlier a five yard penalty
more couldn't cross the goal line, and :::z _. deep in Tiger vterritorypiad

points on the Scoreboard in the 105 passing.It 1r. .... ,..
) .. ,. hampered a Bulldog eve
TREES second period on a two-y a r d was the second straight victory i '
.r which later stalled at the.Union
I plunge by Robert Stone. for North Marion which '.,.,.. ., A
The Colts fumble Class AA ---'"' I. County eight, Mike Jones. :fcad
I pounced on a -edged Eau Gallic, ; "
:k" '
AILING? I minutes later and .were 13-7, last week. M' <. > ,. stolen Thomas pass minutes

I ? ; earlier at the Tiger 29 fojplace
c''c. i '
Our services are the : .,. t his Jasper team in scoring jx>-
sition. But the Tiger defense
Nutt '
finest-Our prices are Terry ImpressiveIn dug in and held. &'.

fair. Please call us Drillsin _. "That was the turning pointin
Chipola Cage the game," said losing coach
first and then Com
I j''l'i' Bill Brewer in the dres}fn g

pare! I MARIANNA The 1964-65 his first year. 1 1 room after his boys had
version of the Chipola Junior Indian Head Coach Milton 'fj'u; .1-,' after
I ii ; : t this first loss aiim-:!
; ; ;
: }
; .
SAPP'STREE College basketball Indians be- Johnson is high on Nutt say- .. ," -- ve 33-7 win over Dtmnel-
'I -" ,. --- ---'---- press
gan practice last week for the ing, "Terry will definitely be a PALATKA BACK K. PERRY (11) COMES LEAPING INTO MIDDLE OF PLAY Ion last week. "f.] ,
season and Gainesville's asset to team this Unidentified Brave j jI
upcoming great" our But Gainesville's Hipp (2) Already has Been Brought Down by Late in the .second, quarter
Terry Nutt looks like a .year. Johnson also, stated that Jimmy Thomas tallied the-sec-

SURGEONSFREE sure bet to see plenty of action :,it was too early yet to say if ond Tiger six.pointerwih! a
ESTIMATES Nutt will be used at center or I around
PHONE i forward. IffiYSTONE-III brilliant SSyard'gallop .,._ ,
right end. Thomas, on the quarterback -

376-1766 Gainesville's Oldest sad ElectricalYARD I Gainesville Nutt starred High for scoring two years a total at I BUNNELL RUNS BY from Jasper keep tacklers slithered"way,,Uke; a

of 855 points for an of ..
t Most Reliable and average ,snake before breaking"J t the
Tree Surgery GARDEN LIGHTING 17 per game. His senior'year, By GLENN LANEY quarter for its first touchdown.! skirted right end for eight 1 the second half Bullock, a 'clear at the 35. -, J:

Company TERMS Residential Commercial he averaged 18 points per game Sun Football Assistant Walter Townsend kicked the extra -yards and the final touchdownof 160-pound junior, came in off I The Bulldogs, down 1K early .
Industrial and 17 rebounds His
AVAILABLE CALL individual per game.for KEYS TONE HEIGHTS point the game. The try for the ex-| the bench and ran the Keystone in the third quarter desperately -
Every JobIM..reel high games scor- A smashing running attack defensive he to get back fa ,the
C. P. Dressier I ing and rebounding were 29 by Bullock Scores tra point was blocked. ends ragged as fought
Bunnell overcame the Key. From their own 12, -Jasper -
Electrical Contractor I points against Fletcher High and stone shotgun passing, offense That was all the scoring un- Heavily favored Bunnell looked piled up 61 yards in the second game.begin a long drfvelargely, )
26 rebounds against Ocala. Bullock of BunneD as if it were going'to makea half alone.
Phone FR 6-6193 Friday night',as the Green and' til Harry on the running of Jones a195-
He led his 1963- 4 Gainesville 1 walkaway of the game earlyin Brokas the
White beat the Indians 13-0. 'I Sophomore was _.
910 N.W. 4th St. fullback. '
High team to a District Five Stefan Brokas STATISTICS Kayst... ftWMMQ'. the first quarter when it repeatedly whole story for Keystone; on of pound
recently con-
-- I 7 ripped through the But once again :
and to second First downs
Championship a verted guard for Keystone di- U fense. When the running 'game
From rushing!
FREE GOLD KEY place finish in Region,Two. Nutt rected a pro type passing at- From passing 2 2 lighter Keystone line. But Key- failed he toot to the airways. defensebristled, and Jasper
: From penalties J stone stiffened and held to lost the- ban on downs at the
was named to the all-tourna tack for the Indians. ,Throwing Yards gained rushing 23 234 reopen There was such a lack of of-
: With Your New Money SaYing ment team-at the Rebel Invitation Yards gained passing 119 19 one serious scoring threat fensive punch however Bun- Union County 15.
mostly from a shotgun offense 1121 2a.
POLICY Passes .
GOLD KEY AUTO Tourney held at Pensa- Stefan connected on 11, of 28 Passes Punts Intercepted by .. 3J J. 35 S. after: another.. nell keyed on, his passes and From there, Lake Butler

t cola this past year and was also passes for 119 yards. More than Fumbles lost 1 11 Bunnell'ground out 224 'yards was .able to intercept five of II struck for its final score and

C flHqtimv named to the Gainesville's Sun 95 of, those, yards..were ,picked Score by quarters: .# 1,1- 4 I on .the,ground to 23 for Key themE iced its second straight win of

All-Area team. He rounded out UP' in the second half. ImneS summary: : 7.5t613stortg stone. In the, first half Cauley 1 a.m Glisson of Keystone i the young grid season. Half

his high school career by being Bunnell sent' Bill Cauley Touchdowns: was. the big offensive 'gun fort played' an' outstanding game on ,back Bob Lyons sliced throughfor

named to the North team in the' scampering' over the goal line Keystone-- Nate.Bututell Cavtey(*, yd nm.].,' Towtv e Bunnell team as he, ground defense. He was credited with 16 yards and a Tiger, first,
1109, N. ,MAIN ST. PHONE 376-4582 North-South" All-Star game. midway through the first send PAT: Bullock (I yd. rim) out '45 yards. 20 r tackles. ,down. x ,

,t\\ Y i .= 1

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Sunday, September 17,' 1964 GaiflMviH Sun 07

I 'Ghiefland Trips I ; \


: Starke Nips Santa Fe

I ; Newberry 13-0 \
fc ../J

t S F: .. Behind' fbin \\'?>/ A In'.Rugged.: 70.Battle.

a .

: ROBERT SIEGEL tossed a' short pass 'to end Sam I By JAMES KING James Petty and Frank Tay on his 13 tackles was 3.5 yards. proud of my forward wall they

: Sun Football Assistant Swilley for- the 'extra, point < j5 s k Sun Football AssistantALACHUAHIGH lor. However, Petty leaped high In the second half, Santa Fe contained the best Santa Fe

,CHIEFLAND The Chief. which ended the scoring. SPRINGS into the air and deflected the took to the air after being un- team I've' seen," quipped the

f,' land Indians romped to their ,:,a A thirty-two yard pass from pass which Taylor hauled in able to gain through the vic- jubilant Hprse.
true in ( .
'second .straight victory of the The : story was seen Phil Elder to Gene Pass prov-, and returned to the 44. ious Tornado line. The Rebels The'lone score came as a result -

'1964 season here Friday night the final, statistics. C ef.land' SS'r x =' ed the difference Friday nightas Petty Led Way netted 51 yards and four first of a 72-yard drive which

1' 'whipping Newberry, 13-0, be- picked ,up 185 yards 'rush ;S ,. Starke edged Santa Fe 7-0) In a night of superlative performances down via the ground route dur- consumed 12 plays. In additionto

,fore 500 fans in newly dedicated ing and passing, while New- Petty led the field.A ing the game which was play- his scoring pass, Elder hit

:Pridgeon Field; berry could gain a combined t R. >;' STATISTICS ,first year .man playing in ed before an'over flow crowd. Noegel for a 20 yarder in this

"\ S .Chiefland drew first blood total, of 65 yards. First downs Starke f Santa 7 Fa his second game, ,the 135 pound The staunch Starke defensewas drive to account for 52 of the

Dearly in the first quarter as Corbin was the game's out- : From From passing rushing 1| 2 4 defensive cornerback made 13 led' by tackle Tommy Thomas 72' yards via two pass play.

) : standing player as he rushedfor u From penalties 0 1 tackles of which' nine were un who played "the best The additional 20 yards were
STATISTICS 148 yards in 14 carries. Ondefensg Yards gained gained rushing passing iti 71 122 51 assisted. The average yardage game of his life" according to made on 10 plunges through the

first downs Newberry 5 Oiitfla"4 10 he also intercepted two Passes Passes intercepted by sa 1 4- 15 1 gained by a Tornado back his coach David Hurse. "I was stingy Santa Fe defense,

From rushing, i 10 .4 Punts S- 3406 2- 37.'
From passing 0 0 Newberry passes. Fumbles lost 1 0
From penaltiel. 0 0 ..(' Yards lost penalties 2- 20 J- It
3 Yards gained rushing 36 1V.rdl Standouts in a losing causewere Score by quarters:
gained passing 29 1 fullback Holder e Stark a 7 1 t-7
''Passes 4-10 1. I Harry .- Santa Fe I I 1 I-S
Passes. intercepted by 0 2 linebacker Wayne Tharp, and ... Scoring summary:
Punts 4 40.3 5.37 Touchdowns:
:Fumbles lost 2 0 punter Jerry Harris. The loss Starke 32 yd pass Phil Elder to
=Yards lost penalties 10 60 second of the Gene Pass Eddie Noegel kicked PAT.
was Newberry's
quarters. :
Newberry I o I 0- year against no wins. REBELS' LAYNE ROOKS (25) BARELY MISSES :Sk "
.Chteftand 0 1 7 1-11.Scoring 5 ,
'summary: add: StatisticsBy Tornadoes' Gene Pass' (80) Comes on Fast in a grueling defensive battle. f x

Touchdowns: .- Elder rolled to his right in
,Chieflend Corbin. 4 yd. plunge; Cor-
r bin. | yd. run (Zeleznick pass to Swll- the second quarter and hit Pass

fey) between two Santa Fe defenders. x'c

PKY FernandinaIn Pass scooted into the end
senior halfback, Wendell Cor- zone from the 10 and the Tor-

bin scampered 52 yards to thePanthers' nadoes made the tally standup

: three-yard line. for the victory. Eddie Noe \

After a loss of one yard, Cor- gel booted the PAT.

'bin hit paydirt for his fifth 6-6 DeadlockSTATISTICS The game was a bead-knock tL#'

touchdown of the season. The er from the opening kickoff -

'extra point failed.. when the home-standing Reb-

The 6-0 lead held throughout els marched from their own 't

;the first half as the Panthers 36 to the Starke 21 with their

could not penetrate the tough JAMES RUSSELLSun Middle-Guard Steve Twedell longest sustained drive of the \, ; ,. }

P. K. Fernandina Beach with five each.Fernandina .
Indian defensive line. Newberry Football, ,Assistant First downs Yene 11 night. .A.t

could gain only one yard rush FERNANDINA BEACH-P.K.' From From rushing passing 7 3 f 0 Coach Wayne Once in the third quarter the

ing during the entire first two Yonge and Fernandina Beach From penalties 1 0 Benner had praise for the Rebels threatened to score
Yards gained rushing 101 U'
periods. staged a repeat performance, Yards gained passing 56 32 Wave. when Danny Adams passed to

With 9:03 remaining in the here the two Passes 6- 11 3S Charles Davis for 36 yards on
Friday night as Passes intercepted by 1 0 They have a fine ball clubthey'll -
the Tornado 16 and followed
end Punts 4-273 337.3
third period Chiefland Wes-
teams battled to a 6-6 tie for before
do some damage
Fumbles lost 0 1
But Santa Fe Defender Russell Him Down
Taylor Brings
through with another aerial to
Peake crashed to Yards lost 10.5 "
ley through the second in penalties
year a row. the season is over, the Pirate fSuii photos by Eddie Otvts
I Score by quarters: Louis Feagle on the five. How-.
block a Newberry punt on thePanthers' A hardnosed PKY defense, P. K. Yang 1 1 S-6 mentor said.
Fernandina Beach 0 4 0 .-, the latter nullified
ever, play was
1 30-yard line. led linebackers V. G. Hods-
PKY head
Scoring summary: Mike Gutierrez,'
Here, Corbin took over once don and Wilshire Walkup, held Touchdowns: by an off-side penalty and
Hansen (1. ) coach also was pleased with Sharks
P. K. Yonge run the Rebel drive died on the 21.: HawthorneIn
more and carried the ball four off repeated Pirate forays. Fernandina Beach Richard Wobles to his forces. Trip
Mike Pikulz (14 pass) Starke Threatens
times during a five-play series. Hodsdon had nine individual

His last carry was good for tackles and eight assists, while Others pacing the tacklinglist Were Improved"We Early in the nourth quarter'

eight yards and another six Walkup, a 136-pounder, had nine were safetyman Danny Trujillo were 100-per cent improved Starke threatened to ice the
First Under
points. solo stops and helped out on with six individual tack- over last week as far contest with a second score Lightsmendous
when it drove
Quarterback Dennis Zeleznick four more tackles. les, and end Covey Johnston andIISb as execution of plays was con- from its own 38
cerned. Although we did not to the Rebel 16 on nine short

come away a winner, I was still plunges by Mickey Agner and CEDAR KEY-The Sharks in- dar Key, and opened the sea- defensive battle.

well pleased with the effort," Dwight Elder. augurated their new football son on a winning note. Playing on their new gridironfor

Gutierrez said. Phil Elder again rolled to field in good fashion here Fri- Hawthorne fell to the Sharks the first time Cedar Key

r D II PKY got started on the way his right and again it looked as day night the first game ever 12-0 in what Ron Brummit, Ce- managed to beat Hawthorne, a

to its TD in the first quarter. if he had threaded the needle played under the lights for Ce- dar Key coach, termed, "A tre- feat the Sharks have not been

2 I 2 Tackle Whit Springfield between Santa Fe backs able to do in several seasons.

pounced on the pigskin at the The scoring came in the sec-

Pirate 40 when it was jarred Bronson Blasts ond half. Cedar Key was on theHornets'

loose from the hands of full- Friday Night three-yard line at one

back Richard Schomas. The point in the second period but

..... IIa Blue Wave then drove the re- Prep Scores couldn't get into the end zone.

., '..' ....,,'"..... 4h, _. maining distance, with fullback I 46-12 Hawthorne, following the kick-
"' .A. Tom Hansen the workhorse of off, moved down to Cedar Key's
..!\' .. Lecal ,
'. / t ... the drive.: Hansen scored from Gainesville 26. Palatka 7 three but a personal foul put
P. K. Yonge i, Fernandina leach
... a 1 c'q ;" ; .. the one and the PAT try failed.i Starke 7. Santa Fa 0 BRONSON Fullback* Bill Moody also the Hornets back to the 18. Ce-
1 Lake Butler 20. Jasper was responsiblefor
/ il The Pirates got back in the Williston 13. Cross City 13 (tie) Schossler and quarterback Hor- another Bronson TD bypassing dar Key took over two plays
I : < Bronson 44, Taylor 12 later.
$ S t,(, ........ game as soon as they got the Bunnell 13. Keystone Heights S ace Moody supplied the offen- 35 yards to Steve Birdin
< .. Chiefland Hathcox the
IX Newberry 0 put,
C. piM
,1i' ,, .. ball. sive punch here Friday nightas' the first
... (> : North Marion 39 Trenton 1 period.
'"v '" \ ,, '. ....ft: Fernandina set up shop on Cedar Key, 12. Hawthorne I Bronson raced to' a convinc- The Eagles jumped off to a Sharks out in front by racing

.55.5 '-, ..... .. .".. : .. \ t'f!1# its own 41 and drove the remaining Manatee 33. Sarasota OTHERS 13 ing 46-12 win over Taylor of' commanding 21-0) lead in the 70-yards after Cedar Key took
.. .. Bartow IX Haines City 0 possession. The extra point kick
distance. A
\. 'II't:...... 12-yard run Oviedo 21. Crescent City I Pierson. initial quarter and never were
: by Halfback Beryl Rice around Orlando Evans 13. Daytona Mainland 13 Schossler dashed 38 yardsfor threatened. was wide.Midway.
ssk \ (tie)
+ of the
: )1 :', end and a 15-yard burst by Bronson U, Pierson 12 a' first quarter touchdownand Leslie Jordan and Dale Davis period
;; Titusville 20. Cocoa Beach IWildwoad quarterback Miles Smith found
f ,; Schomas were the outstanding 38. Zephyrhllls 0 then scored again in the scored the other Bronson
Mount Dora It, Tavares 13 Lonnie Alford all alone and toss-
of the march. But
running plays I
.. Miami LaSatle 28. Miami Military 12 second period on a 15-yard run. TDs on runs of two yards each. ed him that
_. the host team needed a fourth Fort 13Miami Lauderdale Gibbons IX Pine Crest Moody batted five yardsFor Jordan smashed over in the a pass was good
'' for Alford carried
''' 30-yards. toHawthorne's
.. 0#' and 14 pass from quarterback Southwest 34. Miami Beach I the first Eagle score earlyin second quarter and Davis tal-
,'.>__ ., .." .i\, Richard Nobles to end Mike Miami High 42 Miami Jackson a five-yard line.
-- -- ------ and 'lied in
the first then the final
Columbus 13. Key West 0 period duplicated period.
FERNANDINA FULLBACK RICHARD SCHOMAS ROUNDS END Pikula to knot the score. The i Miami McArthur 25. Carol City 12 I From there Hathcox rammedhis
the feat with four- Griffin
a Johnny kicked the
Host of P.K. Yonge Tacklers Swarm After Pirate Runner .PAT try failed, and the scoring -: North 7 Fort Myers 12. Bradenton Southeast yard TD In the third quarter. first four extra points for Bron- way over from the three to

1 i for the night came to aI I Cocoa Stuart 13.13, Eau Okeechobee Gallic 7 0 son. I end the scoring for the night.

t Melbourne 11. Melbourne CC 0 I Brummit said both teams
COMPANY halt.The Pompano Beach Blanche Ely 12, Del- '
a Pirates were on the move ray Carver Wood Scores played outstanding on defense."I .
Vero Beach 13. Pahokee 12 BoivlingStandings hit can't stress how' impressedI
1 the rest of the game. Punta Gorda 13. Arcadia 13 (tIe) Taylor the scoring columnin
The PKY defense was called Palm/ Beach 7. Riviera 0 the second quarter when Ev- : am with the boy's defensive

: Jerry Grier Wins AwardJERRY upon to halt a Pirate drive at Tampa Venice 20 King, Naples 13. Rtverview 14 Sarasota I 'verette Wood scampered 10 'work. Everyone did a tremen-

Sarasota Cardinal Mooney 11, Clearwater dous job and naturally we are
the PKY 21 in the second quar- Catholic 12 yards to the end zone.

ter, and the hosts rolled to the East Bay 20. Brooksvlllc 7Cryst.1 THURSDAY MORNING COFFEEW Ronnie Puckett dashed 25 pleased with this win."
River 26 Dunnellon 1
PKY 34 in the third stanza and Clearwater 21, St. Bishop L yards for the other
Petersburg Taylor TD
Guard Jerry Grier was chosen -presentation by the GainesvilleGas :Buckler made the first presentation Barry No. 3 I 0 I...
to the 19 in the fourth No. 2 S3 in the fourth Ii.
quarter.The Both i.
of the-Week for Company. I Dunedin 12. St. Petersburg Boca .Clega NO. I 53 quarter. ex-

Gainesville Player -High -School in its Each week an award will be Mike Gibson won the awardin Blue Wave did a little St.12 Petersburg(tie) High 20. St. Petersburg No.6.Nl. 5 44 1 tra point attempts failed. The Sun spendsthe
moving of its own. Northeast Bronson Coach II
opening game last weekend by presented to an outstandingGHS Friday night's game with Orlando Boone 18. Winter Park< No. 7 3 S John Rut- Winter
A pin-point punt by Pirate Sanford IX Orlando Colonial < No. 1 2 6 ledge singled out Bird, Jordan
Gainesville Gas Company. player by one of t h eschool's Palatka for his Stirling defensive Leesburg 21. Daytona Seabreeze 7 No. 4 1 7
Schomas i in the West Indies.
punter caught and Griffin
be weekly cheerleaders. Gloria backfield Inverness 13. South Sumter 12 ResultsNo. as outstanding defensive -
award will a
play. 3 4, No. 1 0; Ne. 2 3 .No. 4 3;
I Wave at their own one, but an Lake Wales 37. Sebring 7
Eustis 39. St. Cloud 0 No. 5 1, No. 7 3; No. a 3 No. I If Join it on
The weeks will
following 18-yard burst by Hansen set the Winter Haven 23, Lakeland SLake
find awards going to the top Weir 1'. Groveland NORTHWEST TRAILER SALESW Cunard's Carmania.
Wave in motion in the third Orlando Edgewater It, Orlando Oak L
offensive lineman, top offensive quarter. Ridge 13 No. 10 Belaire 7 1 Rabbit Smith
Ocoee 13. Lyman (Longwood) 4 No. 4 Park Lane a 2 9 convenient cruises
back, _best defensive lineman, Another 11-yard run by Han- St. Augustine 26. Deland i I No. 0 Wolfe. Jr. a 2 from Florida
best defensive back, top offen- Winter Garden Lakeview 20, Kissimmee No. 3 12" Wide 5 3 $140 up.
sen and 23-yard pass from quar- 7 I No. S Sunliner 4 1
sive linemen, best offensive terback Mac Johnson to Half- Auburndale 24. Kathleen 13 No. 12 Early American 1 1 QB SpeakerUniversity Sail from Fort Lauderdale
Fort Meade 34, Frostproof 20 No. 1 Imperial 3'IJ .V*
: aboard Cunard's air-condi-
n,? Q.. back and top defensive line- back Homer Tyre were key Gainesville P. K. Yonge e, Fernandina No. I Gulfstream 3 J
-5 5 5P man. Beach itie) No. 11 Wolfe Sr. 3 5 tioned stabilizer-equipped
plays in this march which car- Lake Placid 30. Okeechobee Boys School No. 13 3 5 of Florida head recruiter -

The award was inauguratedthis ried to the Fernandina 43. Umatilla a / 28, Clermont 20 No.No. 7 14 Prestige 3 2 J 6 I Rabbit Smith will be the Carmania. Giant outdoor swim-
year. PKY again rode the arm of Tarpon Springs 32. Largo 4 No. 2 Twin Mansion lint 6'IJ !speaker Monday night at the
13 (tie) club international
\ Williston Cross City No. t Sunstate 1 1 night superb ,
quarterback Johnson to the Pi- 4 Gainesville
Tampa Chamberlain If Ocala Quarterback Club'sweekly British
Tampa Robinson 3!, Brandon 0 ROYAL CROWN cuisine, impeccable
Lee's 643 rate 28 in the fourth stanza. Fort Lauderdale 28, Tampa Hlllsbo- CLASSICW L : meeting. service. Every stateroom with

Snn. : Johnson completed three of Tampa borough Jefferson a It. Tampa Jesuit 4 lemonades HeM Grapes 7 8 J J : The affair, which also includes private facilities. Choose your

six aerials, with one of 15 yardsto Tampa Turkey Creek King 42.IX Pinecrest Sarasota 0 Rtverview 0 Royal Crowns 0 a a buffet supper, begins at cruise:

I PKY captain Dan Dennisonthe Immokolee 54 Cypress Lakes 0 Gingers 6 6 6:30 at the Holiday Inn.
Diet Rite Colas pm.
Leads a a
LoopP. longest. A halfback pass Starke 7. Santa Fe 0 Oranges a 6 Dec.23,11 days,5 ports $305 up
0 All members and
Avon Park 21. Mulberry prospective
from Steve Tuttle to Dennisonwasn't Hardee IS. Plant City I Root Beers 6 6 Jan. 4, 6 days 2 ports, $140 up;
xL; A. Lee of Budweiser Ctileiiand 13. Newberry 1 StrawberriesSparkling 7 members are urged to attend. lax 12,12 days,5 ports $300 up.
rY"N pacedthe enough for first down Bronson, Taylor 12 Waters 5 7
aza Commercial Miami Palmetto 1f. Fort Myers 13 Upper Tens 4 1 Memberships will be taken at Jan.25, 12 days,S ports $300 up;
Leagues yardage PKY turned the
so Gainesville 24 Palatka 7 Results
the meeting.The Feb. 10 $470
I Palm Lanes with a fine 643 se ball over on downs with 1:52 North Marlon 3t. Trenton I W L days ports up
Pasco 20. Gulf High 4 Lemonades 3 1 Gainesville High School Feb.27,15 days,8 ports,$415 up
ries. He had of 224-211- to in the Bolles 1 Strawberries
Jax Fletcher Jax
games go game. 1 3
Jax Lee 32. Jax Forrest Others split 2.2.UNIVERSITY. coaching staff will be present. Mar. IS,12 days 5 ports.$300 up;
208.Joe On the last play of the game Jax Ribautt 27. Jax Landon S ).w.3O,10 days 4 ports, $250 up
Balogh of Wood row's Hansen intercepted a on Jax Jackson 12. Jax Parker S CITY WOMENSW
pass Jax Dupont 14. Jax Bishop Kenny I L Apr 10, 8 days 3 ports $185 up.
Men's Shop had 201212222635 the PKY 34 and ran it backto Jax Paxon 13. Jax Englewood 7 Busch Bavarian tV4 JVi The picture that
Bradford 12 Greenville 4 See all
and Billy Johnson, W 0 m b Ie's the Pirate 20 before he was Perry 2$. Monttcella 0 First Rutherford Federal 8 t 3 3 I away with muraerf travel u*for plant.your

Standard Service, totaled 60S on hauled down.Fernandina. Callahan Hastings 42 4.. Jennings St. Augustine 1 St. Joseph I Gold Coca Coast Cola Restaurant t 4
7 J
198190217. Coach Benner was Lake City 25 Green Cove Springs tAplachkoU
3*. Mayo Little Pigs of America a 6
Red Dulaney and Lee had 224 high on Hansen's play, saying, Bunnell 13. Keystone Heights 1 Marion Browns Fmaneca a a WORLDTRAVEL.
Dade City 20. New Port Rlcncy 4 Service a 6
high singles while Wood rt> w's "He's definitely a fine ball Quincy 38 Rkkards I Manor Rest. SYl oVa!
hit 3102 947-1071-1084 the Sopchoppy 26. Leon B 4 Gainesville Gas Co. Sb aw
on ,
player. Gmnys HalrstytistGeneral 5 7
Marianna 47. Port St. Joe 7 ,
latter game being high. Merrill The Blue ace racked up 87 Live Oak 4*. Madison 14Chattahoochec I Edward Gaines 5 7
24 Florida School for Building 5 7
Parker made the 5-10 split andB. yards in 17 tries and caughttwo Boys It Lord Byron 5 7 1 1s

Schroeder had the 67. passes for 10 more, in addition Florida Bristol 47.High Wewahitchka 13. McCtefwy 13 4 Budweiserfassanari J 1 7 SERVICE

George Cappe of :Farm Bu- to handling the PKY kick- Florida A and M- ,... -Pensacota Washington Butter Bros.JonesJohnson. S l'

: reau tallied 1 -1M-191-<5 < in ing chores and playing on de 4Penacoia High 1%_ Mobil (Ala.) Me- First Federal <<. Glnnys 1: Browns S the Sunday Mixed Men- Gill 6 Butler *; Marion Finance 3. Busweis-
League. fense. Dothan (Ala) IS. Pensacola Escambia I er If Rutherfards 3, Edwards If Tassl- ..
del Mulknar. Kirkpatrck & End Mike Pikula was the best Foley (Ala) 27 Pensacola Tate I earl 3. Lord Byron i, coca Cola 3. Little -- -
Panama City Bay 7. Mobil Vigor 1 (tic)
Pigs 1 Gold Coast
; 3 General GainesI.
a Pierson, had 540, Bruce Purdy, Fernandina receiver with three Chlpley 26. Bonifay 7 Manor Rest. 2V>. Jane Johnson IV*. ,

JERRY GRIER' PRESENTED AWARD Ironwood Golf Club, had 534. grabs for 32 yards, while Dan NiceviO Gracevill 20..Baker Vernon*S (tie) Bvsdi 2V4. GainesviBe Gas IV*. 'ipThCLEANING I

Betty Jo Scales Pepin Distributors Dennison and Tom Hansen of Btountstown 30. Cottondal 4
Cheerleader Gloria Buckley Does HonorsPyle Sneads 27.Crawfordviltc 12 REPAIRING"We
I[ and Bea Purdy, Iron- PKY grabbed two each. South Dade 2S. Miami Coral Park 1 George Poole former assist- .
Jupiter 13. Fort LaMdcrdal. Cardinal
1 Out For Bear-Colt Game wood, led thewomen with 467s. Benner also had praise for Newman IIClewtotan ant trainer for Greentree Stable Rod Them Out"MOTOR -

Joyce Nachtrieb had 454. Har- fullback Schomas, h a 1 b a c k Fort Lauderdale 12. Defray Strananan Sewed 1 33 South has replaced Jimmy Jones BLOCKS FLUSHED -

t ,BALTIMORE.' .. (AP) Mike I I first National Football League vey Nachtrieb had a .202 high Rice and tackle Joe Stores, Tampa Broward AiUddJelon I 10. Miami northwestern as Calumet Farm's : r a l n- RADIATOR DEPT.

-iron center for the game since 1961 as the Bears I single. while Gutierrez found the improved 12MNIrnI er. Jones is the new director of WHITE ELECTRIC & BATTERY SERVICE
Pyle man Norland 13. North Miami J
: meet the Baltimore Colts' Sun- Pepin had a 2454. series- and play of his. young line- Sad)ite Beach 20.,Florid. Air,Academy racing at Monmouth Park in 118 N.W. 8th AVE. PHONE 372-8581

Chicago Bears, miss his day. an 834 high game. men encouraging. Lakr Worth 21, Fort Pierce McCarff 13 Ocenaport, N. J.

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Y1ay -
Hi, v. Cartoon Bros. Dredging ee.. B*.- eLand
$854.35; plus cost $1SJO.
.' Seaboard Finance Company v. Napo-
lean Dubose and Christine Debase, Hawthorne

BUSINESSREVIEW MARKET < I SEE: tfy ', "' *".**:;'.' 7' "'Or..> Marion,S6JU Finance Plus Co.ccsts v. Mrs$5. O..-3. RIB rey.
REPORT '' jJ: '"' 301 SE MIlt Drive* $42S 4l;
1': r > costs $4-
...: .' Marion Finance Company Inc. v. Daniel -
q Jt1j J. Richey, 301 SE 49th Drive, $518.80
I I plus costs $4.
I H. N. Leroy. v. John Darby. Ala-
IT 'H. .the SUNPOLICE cnua.322JO; plus costs ...
John L.. Mullen D.D.S. v. S. M
Hughes 111 SE 11th Ave.. USi plus

,Sales Tax Pause in Stock Market 11 II II costs Mary$4.S. Phillips ... Music Caster
'. ,.FIRE'REPORT beque fire in the 1100:'block of Other Sails Ended Y. Mrs. H. U, Thomas, Lake City, $110j
J. R. Crane jr. and Lois B. Crane v. plus costs $.V
Accident Roundup NW 6th Ave. Ellis T. Long and Christina L. Long Barkley Motors, Inc. v. Alvin -wilt
foreclosure of contract lams,W 'ldo.4172J5; pM costs $4.
,ReceiptsShow Involved in'.accidents:reported At.ll:49 pjn_Friday, a flood- Thomas Wanner dbTom' American -
ed ,heater at 924 SW. 6th Ave. Bending Permits Service vs. Motet ManagementCorp.
Likely to Be 'j by,the i Gainesville Police City .. J58.M; plus COStS $4.
Temporary and the Alachua At 8:43 a.m. Saturday, a car Rosa M. Keene 1633 SE 1st Ave.. repair Fuagas inc. Y. Hoyet E. and. Shirley
Rise dwelling$500. Daugherty. $10.30; plus costs $15.J.
County Sheriff's Office during fire in the 1100 block of W. University Leon Hicks 1624 NE tth Ave... repair R. Crane v. Mrs. Dorothy King
Dwelling $400. 49.05; plus costs $4.
in Krm fork ilbttrJ tine industry's big three,' Gen- average of 50, stocks already the past 36 hours were: Ave. Mrs. Jetty. Hazen. 3217 NW 6th St. Leon Alex Robert and Irvin Robbins -
Sales tax receipts rose v. John N. Dighton, Orlando. $94.-
repair dwelling $150.
seven of nine area counties in By THOMAS E.. MULLANEY eral Motors failed to reachcontract' shows an advance of 21.92 Thomas J.. Shaw Hawthorne GENERAL HOSPITAL Joseph W. Hannon sn NW,tth Place 21; plus costs $4.
Financial 'Editor terms with union 'rep- points. The next best gain and Robert Morgan 1914 NE Sept 24, 1M addition to dwelling $300. M. M., Parrish Agency V. Wl 11_ i a
August compared with last Joseph W. Hannon SIS NW 6th Place. Ptumer $15,57; plus costs $4. '
resent tives. However, there this year was the advance of 19th Ter., at 9:15.am.. Satur- BIRTHS addition to dwelling. $300. Orren Davis v. Lewis Evans, tSXMi
year, reflecting a rise in July NEW YORK -. The character Mr. and Mrs..Harry W. Reb- Joseph W. Hannon 50* NW 6th Place plus costs $4.
measured were strong hopes the strike 16.41 points in March. day at NW 6th St.'and-7th Ave, addition to dwelling, $300. James M, Lyons d-b-a Standard Service
Consumer spending of investor interest changed would be short. William A. McMorris Jr. 21 berg, High Springs, Fla., a Joseph W. Hannon, 503 NW 6th Place. State v. R. L Lee 303 SE 2Uf
against July 1963, the Florida last week as the stock mar- ,Average turnover this. month boy Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. ,addition to dwelling. $300. Street $11.70; plus costs $4.

Revenue Commission reported.The ket paused in its spirited four-, The auto, companies in 1963 has been 5.18 million shares NW 21st St. .(single car), at ,'Pettee; 1510 W. Univ. Ave., a I addition Joseph to W.dwelling Hannon$300.515 NW 6th Place. COURT OF RECORD

breakdown: week advance. bought 60 per cent of the na daily. It should be a big 'bonus 4:36 ajn. Saturday at NW 1st boy Mr. and Mrs. A b r on NW Young 34tft St.American, construct Homes dwelling, Inc.$11,000.401 Judge Cnmutal Ira Carter Disposition, Presiding
Court W. Ave.
Alachua County: $215,000 in Though trader tion's output of rubber, 50 year in the financial commu- near University Demps, 1622 NE 1st Ave., a A. T. Douglas. 1(34 NW 39th Ave. construct Alacb-
Forfeitures J. L White
Dennis R. Cheves SW' 25th :
3 dwelling
August, $236,000 in July, $182- sentiment per cent of its lead, 38 per nity. boy; Mr. and ,Mrs Joseph :Win- B. Roberts 513,000.M. 1636 NW Wh Ave., Install ua, speeding, $35. Elijah J. Willlamv

.. 000 in August 1963. still is .strongWeek cent of zinc, 23 per cent _of I St. and a .street post, at 1:45 genbach, Melrose, Fla., a girl; $2.230.heating and air conditioning units, $20.Hawthorne William failure L Arnold to yield Bonita right Springs of way*

Clay: $24,000 in August, $26- ly bullish, it steel, 14 per cent of aluminumand I As the year's threequarter ajn. Saturday at NW 6th Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt L. 'Tate, Charles Nufield. SIS NW 15th St., install reckless driving, $35. Timmy L. Binns.
000 in in August in ''pole is approached, the mar- and 13th St. heating and air conditioning Washington. Ga. obstructing road, $35.
July $20,000 units
was obvious large quantities of Chastam.
copper, Box 327 Alachua, Fla., a girLADMITTED $143*. Hayward High Springs re
,: 'I'ket has already registered a Ralph B. Theus, 916 NW 4th driver's license. $20. Samuel K. Cess
that and George Willis.
.1963.Columbia buying inBusiness glass many other' ,mate 4103 NW 12th Ter.. repair el, Fort Myers, speeding. $35. Burnell
: $56,000 in August; terest was be rials. General .Motors alone I spectacular advance about St..and Jack Robinson, 902 NE Mrs. Julia A. Pettee, Homer W.dwelling.H. Hertel.$300.Jr.. 906 NW 13th Ave, H. Dyal. Starke assault and battery-

$65,000 in July, $47,000 in Aug. coming more has 50,000 suppliers. i 82 points in the Times combined 18th Ter., at,6:06 p.m. Fridayat Wooten, Martha Faye Kamlah, repair Lewis dwelling, $300. $100.life saving Addie device.Folks$25.Jr. Cedar Key' Ito
Ferguson. 410 SW 7th .
ust 1963. selective. The average and more than NE 8th Ave. and 18th St. John M. repair dwelling. $300. Ave. Roosevelt Gordon, Hawthorne", no vat; .
Curtis Beach Mr. id
driver's $35. E. K.
Dixie: $6,800 in August, $7,.' great bull market of 1964 still Inflationary psychology is 110 points in the volatile Dow Doris Gray, 2012 NW 13th St. Wagner Ralph Paige, DonaldJ. repair O. L.dwelling Durrance.5760- E. University Ave., 110 NW 3rd license Ave. speeding. $35.Hadley Billy:

000 in July $6,200 in August rampant among investors. Jones industrial index. and Robert L. Kitchens Rt. 2 Mrs. Hillard C. Broughton, 1701 NE D. Harrison. Bluefield Va. drunk $35.
has plenty of vitality and .so Hendricks Betty L. Monroe, 17th Way repair dwelling. UOO. George R. I neat a. Long Island. N. V.
1963.Gilchrist does the national economy, says' Some' analysts are again i A further striking advance at 7:07 pjn. Friday at Haw- Marjorie Vernon, Dorothy P. Phillip Emmer 2200 NW 34th St., con- speeding.land speeding.$35. $35.Matilda Jackson Lake-
: $5,200 in August, Wall Street's of the thorne Road and SE 15th St. struct dwelling $28,009. Ralph C. Lee Alachua. barber ng
optmists. I talking confidently Dow I may be in store for the fInal Birkett, Jefferson E. Hogan IH, Mrs. Roma C. Jones, 523 NW 3rd Ave. without license,
I, a $35. Barney E. Mor>
$5,600 in July, $5,900 in Aug. Demand for the automotive' Jones industrials reaching the I three months of 1964, .unless Leslie V. Smith Jr., Williston Betty P. Gorman, Rufus W. repair dwelling $325. gar 1" SE 4th. Ave., Improper drfv-
Young American Homes. Inc. 1624 .
ust 1963. and steel stocks which had' the 900 level before election election year .and international and Robert H. Saxton Jr., 2924 Mixson, Reba G. Taylor, all of NE 30th Ave. construct dwelling. 11. er's Corpus cense Christl$35.Tex.Kenneth reckless Norman driving.

Levy: $22,000 in August, $21- propelled the market averages' day. The general view i n uncertainties' interfere many NE 11th Drive, at 5:54 p. m. Gainesville; Doris It e h berg, 000.Maude K. Yawn 1527 NW (th Ave., $15.worthless Arthur check O'Neal$25. 411 SE 14th Sty

000 in July, $19,000 in Aug- this month finally Wall Street is that this will I analysts believe. Friday at NE 23rd Blvd. and' High Springs; Leonard C. Grif- remodel dwelling $1,000. Onel O. Reed. Clearwater. speeding
to highs -:
ust 1963. new I' Helen D. Bayleat. (25 SW 10th St. $1$. Mary Spence Lake City drunk,
waned. Prices of stocks reflect investor expectations There was a substantial 11th Ter.Franklin. fin, Bronson; Joyce Hathcock, construct dwelling 15000. $15. Edgar A. Steele Bluefield. Va.,
Marion: $207,000 in August, Johnson' P. E. Greene. 1423 NW ) Ave, repair $15 and driver's license suspended. John
in then fluctuated nervously, and of a victory in No- margin between those issues C. Ridgeway Jr.,! Alachua; Michael D. Woodard, dwelling. $590. R. Todd, Alachua driving without a
$217,000 July, $185,000 vember. 1825 NW 8th Ave. and JamesR. Charles Clemons Earnest Burch. 320 NW Ut St. repair license, $150. Robert 0. Tomllnson 1J19
ended the week Micanopy; ,
August 1963.Putnam averages that had gains for the week dwelling $275. SE 1st Ave.. disorderly conduct. $35.
with modest gains. They are Although the presidential and Wilson,Jr., Lake Butler, at Chiefland; .Mildred Ashley, Ar- Butler Brothers, 1(2 N.39th Ter, Charles Verbine, McGirvery's Fish
: $65,900 in August, (808)) those that declined, construct dwelling$10,000.Marriage'License ., Camp no valid driver's license 35.
$74,000 in July $65,400 in August still around their historic election campaign seemed to ((550). I 4:05 p.m. Friday in the 500 cher; Barbara H., McClellan. Stephanie A. Williams New York, N.Y..
be heating .last week there block of N. Main St. DISCHARGEDGloria AppkatiensEric speeding. .$3$. Charlie T. Dowling Rf
1963. peaks. up The volume leader w a sTexas' Howell "Sayles 21., Gainesville, 3. driving while license revoked, $100;
Union: $3,800 in August, $4- The market resumed its was still no obvious election Gulf Sulfer on a turn- Jo Ann P.: Smith, 4617' SE Jean Williams and and Brenda Susan Sabra. .21. Gaines reckless..:.. Case driving disposed$15.of Helen
ville. : G.
000 in July, $3,100 in August buoyancy on Friday even influence in the market. The over of 1,207,000 shares.., I t 1st 'Place and Johnnie B. Tho- daughter, JoAnn'Thompson and Lee Ray Brown. 20, Archer and LI-I; no address listed worthless check.
only factors anticipated latelyare mas, Brooker, at 8:57: a.m. Fri son, Bessie Richards and son, lie Mae White. 21, Gainesville. Sentences: Clarence Bryant. Haw
the last of the automo- ,
1963. though rose 8 points to'603. Peter Michael Temko. 21, St. Petersburg thorn reckless driving $35 or 30 days.
a continued strong busi- The next four most active day at NE 16th Ave. and 9th Gerald: Folsom, John Dampier, and Martha Jan Mkkler, 21. Horatio W. Dickerson Micanopy, mv
Gainesville. proper lane change $35
ness tide and the likelihood of were: Chrysler;; The Milwau- St. Merrill Ann Carlson and son, Milton Robinson 18, Brooker. and Winnie James Fox. 729 SE 7th Ave.or no days valid

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, SEPT. 25e new inflationary pressures re- kee Road, which agreed to a George Z.' Ramhard, 4114.SW. Rosetta, McGill and daughter, Cornelius Ethel Wilkerson Hunt. 19, ,11 Archer. Brooker., and Anna driver's Henry V.license.Hodge.$20 4700 or Archer 5 days.Road iw

( ) New Ted T1s.a sulting from the generous offer from the North-' 13th St and a parked' car, ,at Laura Mahn, Gregory Jones, Mae Patton, 17 Archer. driver's license. $35 or 11 days. Elbert:
merger Zetrouer Wil- Leland Sidney Pearce. 21. G a i nes- J. Johnson 2441 SE 15th Ave. violation
High Low Close Net Chg. economic settlement won by western; Erie and Curtis pub- 7:05 a.m. Friday a private Dorothy Mary vII Ie, and Anne Kendrick Vestal, 19. of driver's license restrictions, $20 or J
the automotive workers. driveway. liams, Herbert Speer, Katherine Gainesville. days. John R. Nichols 4 NE 1st Ave.,
l5 Rails 146.30 144.97 145.46 Off .33 lishing.If Roosevelt Freeney 26 Alachua and no valid driver's license $20 or i
The automotive Linda R. B Eaton, Singleton Barker, Mary Brenda Joyce Williams. 18 Alachua. days. ,
25 Industrials 893.67 ,881.59 887.13 Up ..l2'S0 Industry'sdisclosure last week's erratic Nobles r 0 nson
performance Trowell! William' H. Johnson. Granville Cllde Horn 37 Gainesville Richard K. Sink, 3212 NW 14th $'..
Stocks 519.98- 513.28 516.29 Off ..11STOCK that it would hold was temporary, the, (single car), at 5:30 p.m. Fri COURTHOUSE, RECORDSSept. and Edwina Shadrtek KIrkland 27 speeding $20 or 5 days. Samuel l.

I the price line on its 1965 market might get moving day on State Road 24 south of ls-25, 1944 Gainesville.Kenneth Charles Winters, 19, Gainesville motor Brown.vehicle Rt. 3,while physical Intoxicated.possession$100 of er a

models was no surprise. Andit again in the next few weeks State Road 45. Divorces BegunIsobel and Linda Marie Kilpatrkk. 19, 30 days and driver's license suspended
E. Von Nyvenheim v. AlfredC. Gainesville.John 3 months. Conyers Phiiman High
FLASHES.lIARIffiT hardly lessened the fears of when third quarter corporate DWI Von Nyvenheim. Case Gifford 39. Gainesville and Springs, driving while Intoxicated, JJMor
those Lee Roy Wiley v. Janle Wiley. Edith Comilas Floyd. 20. Gainesville. 90 days; driving while license revok.ed. .
who expect the rise of earnings become known. Theyare Agnes B. Cam dy v. Curtis P. Canv Domingo Sanchez-Cro 26. Gainesville, $50 or 30 days. Hubert Strom West
inflationary pressures this to be Ralph B. Theus,. 916 NW 4th ady. and Neda Maria Brkic. 20. Gainesville. Palm Beach worthless check restitu
expected quite good.
St., was arrested by Gaines- Divorce Suits Ended Robert Lee Davis, 22. Archer and Flor tlon and $20 costs.
fall Other factors to be watched Frank Johnson v. Geneva Johnson. ence Cena Crawford 14 Archer. Capias Issued for the arrest of:
NEW YORK (AP-The stock increased participation by in- last week's ville police at 6:20: p.m. Fri Joyce A. Biewend v. Robert E. Bie- Robert Angelo Butler, 19, Newberry Johnnie Jackson. 1030 NE 25th Ter. no
market last week moved stead- vestors. Volume rose to 28,566- include the reception customers wend. and Leona Underwood. II, Gainesville. valid driver's license. Arthur O'Neal.
day at NE 8th Ave. and 18th
Other Suits
progress, September still accord the 1965 auto mod- Begim George Allex Munnerlyn. 21. Hawthorne 411 SE 14thSt.. worthless check.
ily upward to new highs despite -200 shares from 27,850,83, the St. and charged with driving Household Finance. Corp. v. KennethH. and Betty Jean Howell 21. Haw Charges continued: Bruce E. Scar
week before shows the year's best gains in els, now in showrooms around Tinsley and Edity B. Tinsley debt. theme. Hough Norcross, Ga. speeding. Gary
and the
the overhanging was largest
while intoxicated.Fire Mason Forwarding Co. v. Wood Roof ,
Glen Edwin
the and the volumeof Mikls. 22 Gainesville and Hampton Lawtey. speeding. Richard L.
carried out as the trading week since the week ended April 25 averages the country; the trend of industrial and Sheet Metal Inc. debt. Margaret Ann Hockaday, 21, Gaines Pierce. 173V SW 5th Plare speeding
business. which has Calls Federal National Mortgage Association ville. John H. Nobles, J19 NW 7th Ter. withholding
ended-of a strike against General when 29,083,081 shares changed prices, v. Richard J. Melton and Geraldine F. Leon Chira. 22, Gainesville, and Carol support.
Motors.In hands. ,Three trading sessions remain -keen upward; and the ebullience At 2:44 p.m. Friday, an auto Meltoo mortgage foreclosure. Roslyn Berk.: 21, Gainesville. Pleaded not guilty: Vilous Hicks
Surety Mortgage Investment Co. vs. COURT OF RECORD 310 NW 20th Ave.
disorderly conduct.
fact with news of the in the month, but the of business men in their fire at 822.NW 2nd St. Loyal Ream and Marforie Ream and Civil Dispositions Charges dismissed; John c. Davis
I Heightened interest in some ,New York Times combin e d inventory policy. At 2:49 p.m. Friday, a bar Home Lumber Supply Co. mortgage Judge Ira Carter, Presiding Clearwater worthless check payment of
strike made official on Friday, of the lower-priced speculations foreclosure. Sidney Grossman and Max Koperlow- amount.
the market made one of its bet-
again was apparent, both on the .
ter showings ot the five trading New York and the American r .(t j ... '

days. The belief in Wall Street stock exchanges.On .
that the strike would be 1
was 1A.
01 '
brief and that it would do little Friday, GM ,stock :was .. ., _.. .
damage. down more than a point inad- j. 1I1 ..

vance of the strike announce-
Although there was consider
ment but recovered to take 1 J.y; its' -"
able rotation of interest from onlya t ;. .
loss of y after the news came I I .
to and some sharp
Other i it
out. motors advanced and ,
profit taking on recent big gain-
all the averages moved to the
ers, no day passed on which at "
historic with .
highs which they '
least one average did not reacha
ended the week. GM's final
record high.
As the week ended three price was 100%-not much belowits < '

pop- peak of 101% which it attained : '< .; : : : '
ular market indicators stood at recently.Of {.. ;; "
their highest points in history. "

The Dow Jones industrial average 1,514 issues traded, 808 If have )(" ), ,
rose 9.59 to 874.71. rose and 550 fell. you '., '..
The Associated Press averageof Volume for the week totaleda e I

60 stocks rose 3.0 to 326.1. par value of $52.13 million,

Standard & Poor's broad, 500- down slightly from the $53.3
stock index rose .73 to 84.21, its million of the previous week, but

first record closing high since more than double the $23.1 million x F

last July 17. volume of the comparableweek have discovered

The rising market attractedFinuSifless a year ago. you ; \ ;

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A First Federal passbook is more than a !j-' 1

record of savings additions and our substantial .

\ compounded dividends. It is a testimonial to ;

NEW SPORTS SHOP Mrs. B. F. Mizell and Cot and t:"' .."..' your judgment and self-reliance. I

Gainesville's newest sport- Mrs. Everett Yon.Representing Federal '\ Nearly one-fourth, of the city's population 1 ;
ing goods store, the Gator Outdoorsman's \ ,
Savings and Loan Association It. lit prefers Gainesville largest association. For
Shop, opened this !:
will be: Mr. and Mrs. Leo >. more than 28 First Federal has provided T
week at 1223 East Univ. Ave. years, .

Roy McNeil, resident agent Thomas Brooking, Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs._HarryC. ,C. S. r"t:}, 'I a place of proven safety and profit for growth ,J f

and general manager of the Duncan and Tom W. Dob- Fixt .. dollars. We' were first in Gainesville with "j l '

business, is a native Floridianand '
former resident of Gaines- son.NEW DEVELOPMENTLake > 'i Federal agencyinsurance. have never missed '

ville. He decided to retire here Breeze Estates in Hawthorne \:; .\ &eait a dividend, never been late. ;..

last July after 38 years in the officially- opens today.It :r You can park free at both First Federal offices. ;

federal service McNeil and is a planned community of
e The 13th Street Branch has a fast drive-up
his wife Mervin, now make approximately 120 lots with the \ .
their home at 1507 NE 13th St. prices of the homes ranging window. You can even save by mail;and "- .
,McNeil served 26 years lathe from the $10,500 to the $18,000 8ro l. First Federal pays the postage. Visit us now }

u: S. Navy on carrier and pa- bracket. 3 4 GS ,..4'

trol squadron duty, retiring 12 According to developer John \

years ago with the rank of Aviation M. Waters, lots can be purchased .' \ .

Chief Machinist Mate, for $20 down and $10 a /is.SoCiat1.0's :

and for the last 12 years has 'month. The homes can be purchased First Federal -i
been production department for a low down payment .; :: 01.G : i

representative for the Inspector r e

of Naval Material, At- Hawthorne, which has a population savings & loan association ,: x. '!

lanta, covering the entire state. of about 1,400, has few _,_ '
streets which are not p a v e d. of Gainesville: i. ;

CONVENTION-BOUND Hawthorne,has more paved J
Seventeen, Gainesville resi- .... r :
streets than any other city in MEMBEtt FEDERAL SAYINGS ...
dents have registered to attend the county and city taxes are vn. '

the 41st annual convention. of low. We have a complete ,volunteer 31\0 :f'II' : Il & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION I .

the Florida Savings and Loan fire department which .::.,:... J. FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM : j;
League in Clearwater this has recently been equipped witha ."

week. 249 W. UNIVERSITY-AYE. AT 3D
new $18,090fire truck, according .1

Representatives from 134 savings to Sidney' Martin, 'Ala- c 1.J;_. 4 N. W. ITIt'ST'AND '4TH AVE.

and loan associations are chua County Commissioner. 1t attar uut

expected to attend the,conven- Hawthorne is situated about <'. ., 4-7551" 'j f .
tion Sept 2729. Included in 15 miles east Gainesville. le. It % > T .'
'- "> 'f f *& *%* *-.- :- .- ":*- <;, :
the. program are appearances is 30 miles. North+of Ocala,.,28 :: ,

as speakers by both the Democratic miles West of Palatka :and 72 "4s .:' t f
-and Republican nominees miles Southwest. 'Jacksonville. ,," -

for governor. '
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7. Attending from-Flrst.Federal., To drive to Lake ,Breeze Estates ; .:, %.5T -

Savings and .Loan: Association from Gainesville, t a k eHighway t

oLGaiaesivlle.will be: Mr. and 20 East ,After, you ; '. '" .;

Wade Harrison Dr and the 301 J < :
: Mrs. T.: pass Highway over pass, f

Mrs. S: S.- Hussey, Mr. and Lake Breeze Estates is immed- '!: .
: Mrs Lattem Davis, Mr. and iately on the left ;.

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