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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year; No. 260 .. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1964 _
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TAN HIEP, South Viet Nam
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(AP-A big U.S. Army Caribou At Polls Is Good I
) transport plane burst into ;1
flames a few seconds after taking ; ie5

off today and crashed southof By JEAN CARVER Sun Staff Writer

American Saigon. It was the worst 4 8 R "Where," not "how are you voting?" was the repeatedcry

military air disasterin of many county voters early this morning.

Viet Nam. &: Poll workers and the registration office answered ques-

All 15 persons aboard nine 4 nr tion after question by voters' confused by recent precinct

I Americans and six Vietnamese r realignment by the. Alachua County Commission.
military personnel-were killed. County officials anticipated
The crash occurred 25 miles c; much of the confusion but noted
southwest of Saigon. The plane R 'v ? y g that all voters in the adjusted Governor

had taken off from the Tan

I Hiep military airfield bound for ., < btr

the South Viet Nam capital ,
I f 1 k .5 precincts-numbered 30, 13, 12, Race Was
Two America
helicopters arrived 17, 24 and 26-were mailed let-
at the scene two minutes
a e E.rs ters earlier this year notifying
after the crash. Others from them of the change.Disenfranchised BitterBy
I Tan Hiep followed quickly. It 555 ,
voters who
was too late to help those aboard S
failed to return the voter
purge
the plane. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
.t card mailed, early this year by
Eight, bodies thrown
were
Vb Registration Supervisor Mrs. Florida voters went to the
from the blazing wreckage into Alma Bethea were also expected polls today to choose among six
the rock-hard rice field beside
1 to add to today's confusionat Democratic 'candidates for gov-
a Vietnamese village. The helicopter i the polls, officials said. There ernor, ,climaxing the most cost-

} crews sprayed the bodies kp were also problems with broken ly and one of the hardest-fought
I
J with fire extinguishers and ..
., .R'w91xv + down voting machines. campaigns the state has seen.
+ H
t dragged them to the edge of the The battle for votes ended
R
,n There are 26,267 regist e red
field.
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The other bodies .3 -
i were pulled & x*{ **:;XW-* :** N:;: **!.n.C "W"'- ':" :** *4. fJ v mKiiif jiBrina ITJIII ;::-- v*m. jfl Wff3W*ca .aiaftOi M iiihMiCTB iifc <* "-0 > dates, with tempers flaring
chua between
County 7 and
from the charred wreckage. One Newest Precinct "Christened59Appropriately 7 p.m. today. The breakdownfrom a.m. wrangled for one and one half

of the pilots had to be cut from the registration office hours on a Miami television

j his Witnesses seat. at Tan said enough, the county's newest voting precinct:was christened this morning at St. Michael's Episcopal shows 24,185 Democrats, 1,770 program, bidding for support inFlorida's
Hiep
f the twin-engine Caribou's left Church. Voters in ,the newly formed Precinct 32 .will vote at.Michael's: until the new Myra Terwilliger School Republicans and 302 Independents. most heavilypopulatedcity.

opens next fall. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.), .
engine it took
was 'smoking as The These are the men who spent
off and the smoke thickened largest precinct in the
as more than $2.3 million, a record
I I the plane rose. The control tow- county is precinct 29 which for Florida
a political campaign
er told the pilot the engine was votes at Howard Bishop School. in the effort to become Gov.
Rallies Over VoterState Smallest precinct is Campville'sprecinct
I I on fire. ; Up to 22.Precinct. Farris Bryant's successor:

,I "He seemed to get control off 32 which votes tem- Haydon Burns, 39 year old ,
the'fire for a moment," witness s
a porarily at St. Michael's Episco- mayor of Jacksonville.

said "and appeared to Rep. Ralph Turlington iff's budget had risen sharply pal Church until the new Myra Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson, 42, .

have feathered his engines, and his challenger, Dick Wilson :while "the people are still not Terwillager School is built, is attorney and former state senator ,
Ii\ with his carbon dioxide
\ probably containers. The plane seemedto tangled last night over a Turlington Answers getting the services they de the newest precinct."Exceptionally from West Palm Beach.
Robert King High 41-year-old
"slush fund" charge.In serve. heavy" voting -
wheel around, got up to about of Miami.

100 feet and then plunged down the final county political i ''\ '. Slush Fund9 Charge*. roll. "Who?" he is asked.on the sheriff's pay-. ing was by reported County Administrative at midmorn- mayor Sen. John E. (Jack) MathewsJr.

over the treeline two miles :
Howard Weston. ., 44, of Jacksonville.
away with the engine blazing paign. "We\deal entirely in human Fred Karl 39
These are the 10 a.m. voting Rep. of Da-
which he said was an advertise- beings," said Sheriff Joe Cre-
i again. tona Beach.
Turlington countered with a .The "slush funds" have never reports taken in a spot check
Another American at the field ment the Gainesville Sun had vasse when he took the stump.
charge that.Wilson had misrep been secret, Turlington said. by The Sun: Sen. Scott Kelly, 37, of Lake
refused The incumbent said he had
commented "When at to print"In
: you're resented issues throughout the They are public relations Precinct 25, Buchholz School,
: land.Money
tried to conduct his
office and
that height and trouble happens 1959, 1961 and 1963, Reps. campaign.The funds made available ;by the 159; Precinct 26, Littlew 0 0 d spent In the drive for
there" is nothing much you can Turlington and Fagan each received Chamber of Commerce .to cov- himself in a dignified manner. School, 298; Precinct 27, Gaines- votes led to one of the hotter

do. $1,000 apiece and Sen. state representative noted er incidental expenses of groups ville Recreation Center, 146; flareups last night on the Miami

Viet Cong snipers have shot at Cross $2,000 from the Chamberof he had challenged Wilson to a promoting economic activity for Water I Precinct 31, Florida Union at television show (WLBW).

planes landing and taking off at Commerce. direct' debate seven times, and the county. .. City the University of Florida, 44; High said Dickinson had accused

Tan Hiep,1'erican officersat "This $12,000 in slush funds been refused. Precinct 32St.. Il c h a el's Bryant and Doyle Carlton
the field .... here Neither I nor any other member -
s was no Church 61 the 1960
; during governor's
was to be spent to help promotethe "He knew he bad told false- of the Not Cause race
delegation ever requested -
reason to believe Communist Precinct 1, Waldo, 75; Pre- of "selling their souls to the spe-
interests of Alachua County. hoods, Turlington said, charging these funds he added.
bullets had hit the Caribou. (See ELECTION on Page 2)) (See STATE on Page 2))
However, there was no accounting that Wilson had failed to
"Apparently it was a mechan- Referring to his opponent VirusCity
Of
of how these funds
meet the'state representative'ina
ical failure one officer said. as a representative of the liquor
Five American visitors from were spent. direct debate without a tune said the
industry, Turlington at-
Clark Air Force; Base in the "Was this money spent for limit because 'of the challenger's tack.on the "slush fund"'constituted water is not responsiblefor Precinct Revision

(See CRASH on Page 2)) food, liquor, entertainment or fear that his falsehoods an attack on the hard- the recent virus epidemicin

other purposes?" Wilson said. would be 'uncovered.Groundbreaking 4 working citizens who helped the county, Health DirectorDr.
J Ed told the Gaines-
bring the VA Hospital and Gen- Byrne
Enrollment ville City Commission last night
eral Electric. plant to Alachua Supported by City
Set "Clear cut evidence has ac-
At UF RisesThe County.
cumulated slowly; but I now ... ... w
In most of the other races feel I definitely state that
can Precinct revision to realign all establish better
University of Florida reg- procedures for
the candidates repreated the
the outbreak of gostro-enteritis
istered a slight increase in Gainesville precincts was requested making sure the wishes of the
same speeches they had made
spring trimester enr o Iment For Student UnionGroundbreaking at previous rallies. was in no way connected to the 1 a st night by the city commission are carried
Gainesville City water supply,
over the comparable period last Gainesville City Commission.The out in city election.In .
Only a few new issues said.
statistics released by theRegistrar's were Byrne commission passed a resolution other action last night the
year, ceremonies for the new, $5 million'student, raised.In He explained that he thoroughly -
Office today indi- activities building at the University of Florida will be held on,the asking the Alachua commission approved four re-
the for investigated possible connect
race County Judge.challenger' Commission to adj t.
cate. County us zoning requests Including Addison -
University campus Saturday.The tion between the water
John L., Connell city's
at- '
A total of 6,614 students were the precinct lines to follow the Pound's for 4
petition shop
the intersection
ceremonies are scheduled for 3.30: p.m. at tacked the local bar associa- problems and the virus epidemic -
enrolled at the close of late reg- city limits boundaries. ping center zoning for 33
of Radio Road and McCarty Drive.U. acres
in
tion for "rubber stamp'i g" that broke out February.
istration. They represent an in- n Some city precincts extend just north of J. M.'Fields at the
S. Representative Charles E. Bennett of the Second Congres- the prior action of its Board of Detergents and high organic
of almost 8 per cent over into the county, creat i n g northwest of
crease corner N.W. 13th
sional District heads the list of dignitaries participating in the Directors which had issued the .color in the city water have !
I over the 6,134 students enrolled event. voter confusion at times w hen Street and 23rd Boulevard. ,
public statement that only a plagued the city Utility Department -
for the same period last year. The six-story Florida Union .to be completed. by 1966, will be, lawyer is qualified for'the, since November. One only city voters are voting or Other zoning requests approved

constructed;by the H. L. Cable Construction:-Co. of Orlando.. work. polluted well was closed untila confusing them by'' having to were multiple family low

Dr. Delton 'L. Scudder, long active in Florida Union affairs and Incumbent Judge McDonald sealer wall is installed, vote one place in city electionsand density zoning for property on

head of the University's Department of Religion, will deliver',the, said his juvenile court is '"one Byrne said many people con another in county elections. S.E. 25th Terrace just off E.

WHERETO major address at the ceremonies.The of, the finest in the state." nected the gastro-enteritis to Changing city precincts to University Avenue; business au-

building in planning stages since ,1948 will, include:recreation ."It is staffed with fine people the water problem and felt the conform to the city limits w as tomotive for property east of i.

FIND IT areas, a 650-seat snack' bar,. a, 470-seat dramatic' ,theater, ," he said, in asking the people virus was spread by polluted recommended by the recent N.W. 13th Street between 21st ;
expected to be one of the finest college theaters in the country., to vote for "truth, and water. grand jury that reported eleC- Avenue and 22nd Avenue; and t

a banquet room, art gallery and a 360-seat auditorium.. not confusion." Byrne said the virus was tion irregularities in the March residential professional zoning !

0 Comics . . 18 Included will be offices for all student activities and a three- Challenger for Sheriff's offiCeR. spread primarily by the respir- out in city elections. for property' on the west side

Classified . 19-21 story tower ,housing a dining room with.outsid serving facilities, B., (Bob) Jordan chargedthat atory route an'* secondarily by City Attorney Osee Fagan of N.W. 6th Street between 25th
. 17
Entertainment private dining rooms and guest rooms, among other features. "80 percent of the Sher- the "hand to mouth" route. said several other changes, and 26th Avenues. !
,Obituaries . . 2 It is being financed through funds from the ,$25 million revenue iff's campaign literature had The health director commended "nothing drastic" would be sug- The denials were requests for I
. 4 '
Opinion Page 12 certificate program issue of 1962 with the. certificates secured by been given out by uniformed city personnel for helpinghim gested to the commission in the retail business for property at 1! '
.. 11,
Sports student activity funds rather than legislative appropriations. deputies in official result of the grand 619 N.W. 2nd Street j .
Women's . . 6 cars on. tax- study the water system and future as a and the J
When construction is completed the present Union will house .payers time." fi trace the source of the virus jury's findings. northeast corner of S. W. 10th j

classrooms of the University. He also said that "the.\ sh er- epidemic. He said the changes would St. and 1st Avenue. I t' j\




II :..:;.:" : China-Backed. Book Aims Fury at Khrushchev ll11 l I 1!


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By WILLIAM; L. RYAN President John F. Kennedy for -That he bludgeoned Commu- German Communist,leaders for Romania will be the next Eu '

AP Special Correspondent "20 years of peace" < and nist-ruled nations with threatsof 'opposing his line. ropean Communist nation to

.A Chinese-inspired book circu- Inter-Communist Feud ... pledged revolutions.'not to support. violent. economic reprisals so ,they That he bled Red China for join Albania in breaking away
would toe his line. The book
sensational from Khrushchev He
levels
lating in Asia repayment of every ruble camp.
'
charges against' Soviet Premier Near Point ':-: -That he deliberately built'I said he threatened to boycott the loaned for the prosecution of says Romanian Communistchief

Khrushchev and illuminates the Breaking up the October 1962 missile sugar of one nation (obviously the Korean war. Gheorghe Gheorgiu-Dej i
Peking Cuba) and that he threatenedto "is a brave and the world
monumental Moscow crisis to humiliate Fidel'c Stro man !
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of revolu- expel others from the Com- The book, citing little-known will soon see the Romanian I
battle for domination so that the Cuban regime would have
which must
tionary, movements in. the underdeveloped The charges and documentation written in English by Theja be overthrown in favor of.1os- munist family hinting that documents the,Red Chi Peoples Republic also. proving I
from Gunaward Hana > those threatened were Romaniaand been supplied by its national sovereignty." *
world could have,come only a Ceylonese cow-trained Communists.
back in the history
North Viet Nam or North nese, goes far ,
Peking. With Moscow's latest lament : Communist leader who. is activein That he sent agents ,to Peking -
with antiKhrushchevfury of the Moscow-Peking dis- Since the book was published, I
Bursting
that the Chinese are try- the "Afro-Asian solidarity"movement
to foment trouble between Korea.That
the book accuses the, Soviet his policies caused re- pute to portray c'f1eabittenKhrushchev" Romanian leaders have traveled i
Union Its text indicates it
Soviet
to freeze the Chinese and Africans
leader of such things as ing particu- bellion against his rule in Soviet as an "adventur to Peking and have been pictured .
.. that virtually dictated by the
out of Asia,. indications are was larly in the university -
against 'Fidel 'Castro's central Asia. ist, opportunist, traitor manip- in the forefront of efforts I
plotting the Chinese. The title of the bookis
regime.in Cuba and advocating the dispute has gone past that the Khrushchevism... -That he plotted the HungarIan -That the Romanian party ulator, stage manager all of to soft-pedal the Moscow-Peking I
abandonment of the Communist point of no return and, uprising in 1956 in a: deal accused him of advocating which produce the modern re- dispute. But Gheorghiu-Dej did

struggle take over South Viet breaking',point is near. Here are a few of the accusa- with Yugoslav President Tito, abandonment of collectivization.That visionist"The fail to show up at a round of

Nam and Laos in Southeast The book was published, In Ions against Khrushchev: only,to have it backfire into full Khrushchev had to author once again seeming Khrushchevmeetingsrecentl1with

,AlIa. ," Ceylon late last year. It wai -That be made a..deal..with blown revolution. A purge ,Czechoslovak and East to echo Peking predicts that satellite leaders IJI
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LEE LINDER the
By same school '
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'I.GAINESVILLE-
: TALLAHASSEE (AMore would vote, 297,000 more than Claude R. Kirk Jr. of Jackson ZONESB \ SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Frances P. Donahoo, president

than one million Floridians wereexpectedatthepolistodayto in the 1960 primary. ville. C enerally fair Republic. (AP-The Dom CHESTER, Pa. (AP) For of the school bdard, which

Brailey Odham challenged U. through Wednesday. Low to- inican Republic's exbattled civilian ;five months Negroes in this,old 'I
has one Negro member, says
, nominate party candidates for S. Sen. Spessard Holland's bid Democratic congressmen with- night around 60. High Wednes- junta sought today to quell industrial city have demonstrated "To talk about de facto .,segregation -

six congressional seats, the U. S. for a fourth term by hammering out opposition were: Reps. Bob -day 80. North and northwest a spreading strike and mount- in the streets, protesting that is not to talk about -
Sikes of Crestview Her- ing disorder with action .segregation
Sydney troop ,
Senate and governor. at Holland's opposition to civil winds 10 to 20 miles per: hour.D their children attend segregatedand ndition
long,Jr. of Leesburg James A. a court order and radio appeals. unequal schools. but about a
These races, as well as other rights and medicare. Holland "
Haley of Sarasota, Billy Math- Jose Salvador Velazquez, over which we have no control.
Dozens have been hurt
contested offices, swelled public campaigned on seniority and his Partly cloudy through Wednes- many She insists that the Negro
of Gainesville president of the Dominican
ews and Don
interest to a pitch that compellSecretary record. i day. Low tonight 65. High Wednesday .heads bloodied. hundreds. more
Fuqua tfth... 80. Northerly winds 10 to 25 miles per Court of Appeals, ordered strik- leadership really wants busing,
of State Tom Adamsto The winner faces Republican hour with rough seas and tides one ailed.i
ing taxi and bus drivers to which cannot be done withoutthe
return
to two feet above normal. Small. craft
predict 1,225,000 persons opposition in November from Rep. Sam Gibbons of Tampawas warnings displayed. to work within 48 hours. The end is not in sight. consent of parents and
E F H I Centrally fair throuoh
opposed by Robert L. .McDonald Wednesday. Low tonight "In 60s. HFgh The newspaper Prensa Liore "Chester is the Birminghamof white parents are staunchly op

also of 'ampa' and !also Wednesday east winds 10 10 to to 20 85.miles North per and hour.north said the transit services would the North," says James posed.
a Democrat. G Mostly cloudy through Wednesday Farmer, national director of the'
be
"militarized" if the strikersdid
Dickinson Adds with a few showers. Low tonight C Stanley Branche 30-year-old()
In 60s. High Wednesday 80. Northerly not comply. Congress of Racial Equality. I' chairman of the Committee for
Rep. Claude Pepper of Miami winds 15 to 25 miles per hour with "When block the
rough seas and tides one to two feet they streets Freedom Now he isn't ad-
Woody Hampton of North .Miami above normal. Small craft warnings WEATHER Helmeted troops with bayonets when they are disorderly, when I says

and Paul J. O'Neill of'Mi displayed.J Generally. fair through Wednes- patroled the capital's streets they riot instead of march vocating busing the transfer of
they I bal-
To Spending Lead ami, a Republican.Rep. day but some clouds and a shower or Municipal Airport: readingsfor after three days tof rioting in pupils to create a racial
I two likely tonight. Northerly winds 24 hours to 8'a.m. today: are breaking the law says ance in all schools.
15 to 25 miles per hour with rough seas which two PersonS have beenkilled
Charles Bennett of Jack- and tides one to two feet above normal High 77 at '3 pjn., low .57.at, and dozens Mayor James T. Gorbey, a 43. "But we want the school

r million given for both the first: ,Dickinson, who, has led the sonville had Republican opposi- north craft warnings of Fort Lauderdale In that area.with Elsewhere s m all 5 ajn. No rain.TEMPERATURES., Donald'Reid Cabral injured., presidentof year-old lawyer who took officein board to do something and do
I tion northerly winds 10 to 20 miles per hour.K the midst of the turmoil. "'
from fellow it he adds.
and second primary campaigns: sweepstakes virtually throughout a townsman Generally fair through Wednes- ELSEWHERE ) the ruling triumvirate, said 110W, :!I
of 1960. the campaign reported receiving -William T. Stockton Jr. day. Low tonight 72. High Wednesday H L Prep. in a radio-television address "The law Is the same for What does he suggest?
82. North and northeast winds 10 to 20 ..
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TALLAHASSEE (AP) Former $115,455 last week alone. Republicans Jay McGlon and miles per hour. Miami Jacksonville 75 82 Sf 66 that 548 persons had been arrested -everybody, and will be administered "Nothing" Branche replies
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t Sen. Fred 0. Dickinson ofWest This pushed his campaign total Walter J. Rucki opposed Demo- ALMANAC Tampa 80 66 and property damagewas for everybody, he says. calmly. "The program must

Palm Beach widened his contributions to $678,441. He cratic Rep. Dante B. Fascell. Sunset today............... 7.08 pjn. Atlanta New Orleans 80 75 56 54 estimated at $100,000. Chester, chartered in 1701 by come from the board. We'll sit
lead Republican John D. Steele of Sunrise tomorrow......... 5:44 a.m. Boston 67 46 Reid Cabral said William Penn, is the oldest city down with them. We'll talk with
Monday in governorship said he had spent $594,134 so some politicians -
Moonrise tomorrow .......... 1:52 am. New York 69 48
campaign spending and contri-far. rlallandale} sought to unseat Last Quarter today....... 5:20 p.m. WashingtonChicago 75 50 "in and out of the coun- in Pennsylvania. It has 63,000 them. I met three times with

butions as the total reported by Rep. Paul G. Rogers, West Spica PROMINENT, due south STARS.......... 11:01 p.m. Kansas City 84 U 68 65 try" are seeking to take advantage -residents, including 27,000 Ne- them but they won't budge.

all nine candidates on the eve Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland Palm Beach Democrat. VISIBLE Regulus. In PLANETS the west ...... 12:18 a.m. Ft.Denver Worth 77 82 49 71 of the situation by sup- groes.It They just won't budge."

of the first primary climbed to held second place with $77,349 Venus sets .............. 10.15 p.m. Los AnOdes 60 46 porting "anarchic" aims of the is 15 miles south of Phila- Charles Long, superintendentof
contributed during the week, Republican Rep. Edward J. Saturn, rises ................ 2.48 am. Seattle 50 40 .17
$2.3 million. strikers. The junta leader cast delphia, and a few miles northof schools, says, "We definitelyare
$488,247 total and campaign Gurney of Winter Park had MARINE FORECAST CEDAR KEY TIDES blame on Cuba's Fidel Castro the Mason-Dixon line. integrated. Every school in
candidates
Money given to the
and
democratic from EAST GULF: Northeasterly winds Wednesday High at 10.25 am.
for their races set a new record. spending totaling $473,211. opposition 10 to 20 knots and generally fair f:30 p.m. Low at 3.24 a m. and 4:15 regime when he said Havana Demonstrators in Chester also our system has Negro children'
James E. of Cocoa and
I The total for the first primary Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack King p.m. radio has announced some acts are demanding better jobs and "Token token, token" shouts

alone was more than the $2.1 sonville was in third place, reporting -Thomas S. Kenney of Cocoa of agitation "several. hours in more jobs, better housing and Branche. "What are 10 or 20 or "

$55,437 in gifts for the Beach.A advance." more housing. But it's the 30 out of 500 or more. That's

week, a campaign total of $409- governor appointee JamesW. Spotlight Swings University .students declared noisy, fist-swinging, rock-throw., not equal."

More About 940 and total spending of $352- Kynes of Tallahassee, soughtto I solidarity with the striking ing battle to integrate all the Long acknowledges that four ,

403. retain his attorney general's transport workers, and dock schools-a civil rights issue that. schools are all Negro and a
workers walked off the job in fifth has 10 whites among 1,000
Crash office, in a race against State faces many other Northern
Sen. John Mathews of Jack-
To Indiana VoteWASHINGTON The schools have
drivers' four- 11,150
support of the pupils.
sonville reported weekly contributions Rep. Earl Faircloth of Miami. cities-that has filled the jails.,
day-old strike. pupils, of whom 6,725 are Ne-
of $61,207 campaign to- This is the question: "Is a I

From Page It1 tal of $344,617 and total spend- More About (AP-A foray position from Brailey Odham, a neighborhood" school a segregat.. gro.Philip Savage tri-state secretary -
More About ed school?
ing of $313,587. into Indiana for the National Association
by segregationist self-styled Kennedy Johnson -
Philippines, would have been Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia ,., I Negroes say de facto segregation '
Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace -supporter. for the Advancement of

t1 not aboard been the impatient plane if the to take pilot had off. County reported contributions of StateFrom and the presence on Ohio's If no Democratic gubernatorial ElectionFromPagel that segregation by design Colored People, sometimes has
for total ; it means inferior, unequal
$30,489 a of $283,007 Ballot of the famous names Taft candidata receives worked with Branche sometimes -
M. i
Sgt. James Tucker of a majority -
and spending of $272,670. education. They demandan I
him-and
t Gainesville, Ga., said he and and Glenn headlined primary the two high men will meet ignored some-
elections today in six states and I immediate end to all-Negrc I times been ignored. He is con-
the other four soldiers 1 in
26 runoff.
Three
were Mayor Robert King High of Page a May Republicans -
schools-four of the 16 here.
I the District of Columbia. I sidered more moderate but,
racing across the airstrip to Miami seek the GOP
get i reported he collected $8- desiglation The school board insists il
the plane for Saigon. They near- 760 during the week, pushing his clal interests" because of their In Indiana, Gov. Matthew E. for governor. Republicanvoters like Branche was arrested for

ly reached it, but the pilot impatiently campaign total to $98,041. He big campaign funds. High then Welsh-a stand-in for President are also choosing' between cinct 3, Alachua, 95; Precinct 4, operates an integrated system.. demonstrating.
Kirby Smith School 169: Pre- It says any segregation is unintentional Savage looks favorably to efforts -
waved them out that Dickinson had
said pointed
J two slatesof
away. he had spent $92,077. Johnson-sought to blunt the impact pro-Goldwater
cinct 5, J. J. Finley School, and results because! of the State Human Rela-
The Caribou is a twin-engine, On the side collected and spent nearly $700- of Wallace national convention dele-
f Republican of the who polled 33
'I'
333 children of live in the
; Precinct 7, Sidney Lanier one race tions Commission, or the courts,
I, Canadian made aircraft designed -race: 000 this year more than any per cent of Democratic primary gates. I
School 186; same neighborhood and go tc t to settle the dispute.
to provide rapid mobility I Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel- other candidate. i votes in his first Northern bid The Oklahoma contest fea- Precinct 8, H a w tho me, .

I for troops, equipment and las County, reported $318 collected Dickinson angrily denied that in Wisconsin last month. tured the firri bid for elective 85; Precinct 12, Stephen Foster
in forward
,I supplies battle last week for a cam- he had made the statement Wallace based his :office by former University ofOiahoma School, 300; Precinct 13, School
areas. It can carry 32 fully paign total of $10,759 and total and Carlton and appeal on football coach Bud Administration 1
about Bryant states and Building, 150;
equipped soldiers.In rights opposition to )
I Saigon, meanwhile, Viet spending of $9,914. when High said he could "quote the Johnson administration'scivil Wilkinson, running for the GOP Precinct 10, Micanopy 81; Precinct
namese taxi drivers threatened : H. B. Foster of Fort My- verbatim" from a wire service rights bill. But home-state senatorial Domination against 24, Westwood School, 291;.

a "drive on" against the U.S. I ers said he received $2,189 for a account of the speech, Dickinson opposition to a sales tax enacted ,former State Chairman Forrest Precinct 30, Lake Forest School,
Embassy because of the fatal ''total of $7,323 and had spent demanded that he produce the during Welsh's administrationwas BeaU and Thomas J. Harris, 184; Precinct 16, Girl Scout GERTRUDE ROGERSMrs. I Survivors include her husband -

''II shooting of two Vietnamese taxi'I$4,262. story. also expected to play a partin I staunch supporter of a right-to- Hut, 260; Gertrude Lofton Rogers, John H.; four daughters,

I'' drivers. The shootings were Ken Folks of Orange County High said he had not brought boosting Wallace's total. work proposal also being Precinct 14, Melrose, 31; Precinct 71, 2325 SE 8th Place, died Mrs. Doris Davis of Gaines

blamed on Americans. reported gifts of $120 campaign the story with him, but later in Toted on.Among. 15, Rochelle, 35; Precinct Monday night at her home aft ville, Mrs. A r ri e Ray of

There have been arrests. contributions of $2,617 and total the program he obtained a pho- In Ohio Rep. Robert Taft Jr. the Democrats incumbent -17, Gainesville High, 141; Precinct er an extended illness.A New Smyrna : Beach Mrs.
no
spending of $2,332.In tographic copy and read it. -son of the late Sen. Robert A. : J. Howard Edmondson 23, P. K. Yonge, 287; Precinct Lola Gardner of Fort Pierce
,
The second driver was shot native of Lake Park Ga.
"That's only a ," Dickin. Taft-was favored over con- 29, Howard Bishop Junior and Mrs. Lula L. Harrison,
the for copy
with race state attorney I sEeking the remainder of the
a pistol on a Saigon street she had lived here for 40
son protested. "That's not a servative Secretary of State Ted High 410; Precinct 22. Haw- years. Gainesville; two sons, William -
general, Earl Faircloth of Mi- late Sen. Robert S. Kerr's term
shortly after midnight.A She
document." ,W. Brown for the Republican thorne, 109 and Precinct 20, was a Baptist. F. of Gainesville, and Jeff
Vietnamese policeman anda ami reported he collected $59- was in a tough fight with State
a civilian claimed they saw the 170 last week for a total of $70- i When one argument after an- senatorial nomination. Taft's Sen. Fred Harris and former High Springs, 155. Funeral services will be at 2 'Hancil Rogers of West Palm
'other interrupted the show's House vote for the civil rights Thursday with Rev. R. B. Beach; two brothers, Jerry of
p.m.
shooting and that an English- 964 and that he had spent $60- Gov. Raymond Gary. All three
speaking I question and answer format, measure was strongly opposedby the righttoworkmeas Diem Brother Keyes, pastor of Eastside Baptist i Gainesville and George of Mul-
man, probably an oppose -
275.Kynes' Karl protested that "petty bickering" Brown. Church, officiating. Burial berry; a sister Mrs. Fannie I
American, was involved.U.S. report listed $75,774 in ure.. -
sources said that follow- contributions for the last month was preventing a sober i On the Democratic side, Sen. Alabama Democrats decide Due Guillotine will follow in Windsor Cemetery, children Rogers, Gainesville and ; 21 grand-
appraisal of the important is- under eight great grand
ing the second killing, the driv; for a total of $146,032. He said of the campaign. Stephen M. Young, 75, faced an whether the slate of electors tobe direction of JonesJohnson. children.

ers' union met and decided to that he has spent $129,205 on sues Burns, who based part of his :uncertain challenge from sup- listed in November in the SAIGON Viet Nam AP) .

launch a massive "drive on" his campaign to date. campaign on his record as mayor porters of astronaut John H. Democratic column will be Former President Ngo Dinh LOUISE CREWS

around the American Embassy. I In the U. S. Senate race, Sen. of Jacksonville during a 15- Glenn Jr. Glenn, the first Amer- pedged! to the party's presidential -Diem's younger brother, Ngo OTTER CREEK Mrs. Lou-

; Increased police patrols were Spessard Holland reported contributions year period of growth and development ican to orbit the earth, withdrew nominee. Wallace backs an Dinh Can, lost his appeal for ExKennedy'Star' ise Crews, 63, a resident here, .

moved into the area. for the week of $69- became the target of last month because of a head unpledged state. clemency from a death sentence died Sunday while visiting in 11

276 bringing his total to $271- injury. Wallace wound his today and is scheduled to
Toll Dickinson and Mathews in an- up campaign Quits Tuscaloosa, Ala. IJ
Mining 748. and spending of $207,203. other exchange. I But his name remained on the in which he faced jeering die by the guillotine within the

Challenger Brailey Odham of Mathews said the Jacksonville ballot and some of his backers, pickets and hecklers but next five days. She had lived here most of

TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) Orlando reported receiving Expressway and other programs ;'convinced he is the only Democrat also drew applause, with an appeal The Viet Nam press reportedthat WASHINGTON APTeo-her life. Survivors include two
Ninety three workers were who can win in November Duong Van Minh the chiefof doro Moscoso, a one-time bright sons, Eugene Hilton Selma
$11.352 last week-for a total of in the city were "creatures of > Monday to the Indianapolis _
killed in accidents in coal minesin $36,962 and spending of $35,919. the Legislature" and not the hoped to propel him back into Service Club. He repeated his state, rejected Can's appeal star lithe Kennedy administration -Ala., and W. C. Hilton, Toms

Formosa in the first three And Dickinson called attention the race by surprising Young. belief that "if I get any signifi- along with the appeal of one of as key man iq thp.Alliance River, ..N.. .J.; five brothers,
mayor.
months of this year, an official to a recent racial riot Chief ,Interest'in 'other states cant vote we're going to knock Can's aides, Phan Quang Dong, For ;Progress but" shunted ta.a 'J....M., Watson :of Chiefland, Julius -

report said today.Gainesville. Arms Cache and a police department scandalin centered on .a ,Democratic gubernatorial -the eye teeth out of the liberalsin who also is under a sentence of lesser task, by .President, Joh-- of Ocala;. Carl of Plan t

Jacksonville. fight in Florida, a both parties." death. son, has lurned' in his1resigna City, W. B.'of: Otter Creek, andJ.

Sun Near Cuba"MIAMI Replying to Dickinson, Burns sharp battle for Senate nomi--, In a news conference, WeLsh Under a decree laid down by tion.Johnson J .. W. of Clayton, N.<2.* :seven

Published evenings except I I charged that the racial troubleswere nations in Oklahoma and the accused Wallace of "begging fora the military junta, revolutionary disclosed Moscostfs sisters, Mrs. D. D. Malone of

Saturday, and Sunday mom- (CAP-) Havana Radio politically inspired. issue of unpledged presidential crossover vote (from Republicans court death sentences'must resignation as -U.S. representative -Plant City, Mrs. H. C. Collins of

ings by the Gainesville Publishing said today cache of 'arms was' Burns then said that Dickinson -electors in Alabama.No )" and said the Alabaman be carried out within five days 'on the Alliance's Inter-- Tuscaloosa, Mrs. Lois Crosby of

Place.Companv Gainesville.at 101 Florida SE2id found by a Cuban fisherman at, and Kelly, first and secondin contests of national significance -'solicits support even from the after anap' eal for mercy is American Committee with. a Lebanon Station, Mrs.J. A. Bai-

and! entered as second class Las Uvas Key, off the north: campaign collections, were were on the ball t in John Birch Society." Welsh declined rejected. statement Monday which said ley of Chieflandj l Mrs.,Carl Cul-

matter at the Post Office at coast of Cuba's Pinar del Rio the "gold dust twins" of the :either New Mexico or the District to the Both Can, 52, and Dong were Moscoso's counsel will be sore- :pepper and Mrs. Irene Williams -

Gainesville Florida. Province.The 1964 race. I of Columbia.The results.In predict primary convicted of murder, unlawful ly missed by "all who have both of Otter Creek and

CIRCULATIONRATES- BY broadcast quoted Cuban Kelly was ,attacked by the Welsh-Wallace battle in Indiana four detention, extortion and harm- worked with him in this vast Mrs. Horace Calhoon, Tlsscaloof

CARRIER OR MAIL government communique that other candidates for. his state- Indiana three minor candidateswere little-known candidates years ago- ,also two ing the national economy. cooperative undertaking." sa. I. J" '.. ,

1 WOIcL45.: that -the' "arms' and explosiveswere ment that he would "investigate" ,'also entered overshadowed -'' entered today- drew some 20 Moscoso, a Puerto Rican, Is Funeral services wIlt be at 3 ,
"
3 MM. "$5.85 made hi the Cuba United States the Dade County's metro gov- tween a Arizona GOP primary Sen. race be- per cent of the vote against the Time Conflict- resigning to accept an appointment p.m. tomorrow fa: _the Otter ) ,

All mail subscriptions must and brought to through ernment and, if he found it Barry late John F. Kennedy.The by Gov. Luis Munoz.Creek Baptist Cbur h. Bur a 1 Ii{ j
di Goldwater
usual methods of infiltration former
be paid In advance. Minnesota Marin I
make changes or of Puerto Rico
necessary Gov. civil rights issue also Yawns Abound as a will be in Chiefland Cemeterywith
American Harold E.
North espionage Stassen
rected'by and two
Audit abolish it. member of the federal commis- Funeral
Member'of Bureau of Knauff Home
the Taft-Brown
minor I hung over con- '
Circulation. :agencies. His opponents declared that :: 'candidates. Goldwater, test in Ohio. Some Ohio politl MADISONVILLE Ky. (AP- sion to study Puerto Rico's Williston, fa charge. ,;'I : .
The radio said the cache consisted Metro established under a leading the GOP delegate race I future politicaly status Johnson I
All production, material'In "whole contained or 'In herein part Is U' of 15 military rifles, 12 constitutional was amendment and with 209 of the 655 needed for i clans reportedly felt white vot-It 'can be 9 a.m. in Hopkins said. !
VINYL FLOOR TILE
the property of' tnT Gainesville pistols,. 70 mines a quantity of business of the presidential nomination was ers would give a strong protest County, of which Madisonvilleis
Publishing Company. (c) 1964. Ra- and 15- was the private rated cinch vote to Brown a veteran state the county seat is on Central 42 COLORS IN STOCK :
strictly forbidden without the written small arms ammunition Dade County residents. Math- a to pick up Indi ,
oarmlulon of the publisher. 000 pesos.Safety .. ews accused Kelly of taking the ana's 32 national convention' office-bolder whose backers in- you can yawn at 10 ajn. On the back roads of Cyrpus' 109/10 E ,
: votes. clude of Gold- Madisonville is now on Central a mile Is reckoned '
supporters the distance
: many as J
of attracting
in the
stand only hope Sinclair Eaton Co. !
anti-Metro votes. Democratic and Republican water for presidentSen. Daylight Time. But Hopkins a donkey can travel in an!;, )

Checks Karl Catholic in the leaders forecast record half-mil Young who celebrated County, of which Madisonville is hour. j 716 N. Main St. I
only '
Pay family race charged that religion had lion voter turnouts for each pri. his 75th birthday Monday, remained -the county seat, is on Central I : f t tr
Standard Time, an hour earlier.
mary. Welsh supporters confident he would be
the campaign prepared
been injected into L. R. Slaton ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A i
County Judge announced
to challenge known If he
I BenefitsGive in the closing days. He held upa Republicans renominated. scores an upset that all )
of a letter which he said who tried to vote in Glenn, who is recovering, Monday county

had copy been circulated among several the Democratic primary. Under slowly from the injury suffered offices in standard the courthouse time, will operate FLORIDA Swimming Poolt \

Your Car A Physical Examination A organizations and called it Indiana law, primary voters are in a bathroom fall, would have on .

Gainesville. Safety Circle! anti-Catholic literature. The con- required to pledge support to until Aug. 14 to withdraw. ;

tents were not read and the the party in the' general elec Ohio Republicans also vote on Dam Casualties by Rivers Construction Co. :

FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK writer was not identified.At tion. an unopposed 58-member con- I'

the start of the show each In Florida, the mayors of vention delegation. Pledged on I CAIRO, Egypt APCon) A QUALITY POOL Backed by a :

120 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-461 J i candidate was given two minutes Jacksonville and Miami, and the first ballot to the party's;:' struction accidents at the Aswan FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY 1

--- to make a brief summationof four present or past state legis- favorite son, Gov. James A. dam project have taken 227 ,

IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE his program. Thereafter lators were competing for the Rhodes, it was heavily weightedwith I 1"lives, including six Russians the t, '
Democratic nod to succeed Goldwater I Al Akhbar 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
most of the time was devoted to retiring supporters. newspaper reported.
VOTE and SUPPORTR. Priced at $3.000 to $3,500
heated and II Gov. Fairis Bryant a:
exchanges only a --------- ----
NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
Democrat who can't succeed
little to the more prominent
D. "BOB"JORDAN issues.It himself.- Democratic Sen. Spes- STABLE & DIGNIFIED J

appeared certain that no sard L. Holland, seeking a EACH POOL YOU CET

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the first primary and that L-- Keep your Tax Assessor'rij Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
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By RICHARD WILSON blossom festival, then back to cessor? If so, would it choose the Republican presidential! _

JOHN L HARBISON.PAT COflES.' President tie. Pre sndPIbUIbeII $- Chief, CowlesWashington the White House for dinner, the man he had selected, or nomination? Because they
as vice president? think they could win? Thisis
4enti ED JOHNSON. Tie President Bureau and thence to the expressionof accepted
L and ExecBtiT EdiUri W. G. (Bill Or would the Electoral College highly doubtful They are
: Beautiful EBEBSOLE. Vie. President Md AdTertliiDf I WASHINGTON, D.C.. It the feminine mystique at each man free under more likely to be interested

'University OlreeUri BOB TARTA& By RALPH McGILLPaliticr is said here that tie hotel. his because know
I I City' LIONE. Tie President and CrealUom commonly the Constitution to vote they that fate
., MiB&fcr- I I Of U. AtUiU Priie Wlnnlnf(G a.) Constitute Fgbliikcr Lyndon B. Johnson is over- own choice, plunge into a can intervene at the highestas
doing it. By this it is meant AS HE FINALLY emerged deadlock of the HayesTildenkind. well as the lowest leveL _
: THE SUN'S POLICY himselftoo from the perfumed hall, at
that he is straining Only theore :cal answers
least observer who has These are some of the matters
one
j
I 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns.! He Knows much physically, expos- can be given to these ques- -
watched him for time President Johnson has
a long to
himself to needless public
ing
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials tions. i
I thought that he did not look consider as he works harder
hazards and resting too little.A .
controversial issues.
of
3. Publish all sides important
I, J current example of this too well. His face was puffy Why would it be supposed and campaigns harder than
The Sun's All ; 372-8441 About today that men like RichardM. president within
telephones: Departments- All was at the 1964 Campaign and he was obviously tired, any living

Want Ads-376-4672, Conference for Democratic though sustained by adulation.Mr. Nixon are interested in memory.

t Women, a group which holds Johnson continually explains -
President Johnson's interests that he is taking care = ON THE RIGHT 1

SovietBiocTrade BeaglesWASHINGTON close to its heart..This gather- of himself. He says he only

t ing of about 4,000 well.wish- needs six hours sleep at night..

in A dog ing women was set up to create He says he takes his clothingoff Doesn'tRocky
I The endorsement by the United asking, essence, that the long list Why
beautician has criticized Pres- a mob scene which would for a nap in the afternoonand
of Commerce of expanding of licensed goods be shortened and
States Chamber for 35 40
I ident Johnson for assisting a have been a credit to the late really sleeps or

trade with Soviet Russia that the policy on selling licensed pet beagle to stand on his Cecil B. De Mille. And it was minutes. Visitors are shown I

will far to bring about a change goods be liberalized. The Chamber hind feet by giving a pull to Mr. Johnson's fault, not that the little room off his oval Quit?

I go points out that the controls estab- the aforesaid beagle's long of his female admirers.The office where he says he
I I in United States trade policies toward ears. In fact, the effete dog sleeps. I
lished in concert with U. S. allies a President entered the
I Russia and the Soviet bloc. The dozen have set, which keeps the animals huge ballroom of the Shera- The President also says that By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
years ago not been ef
and and
sprayed
perfumed ,
ton-Park Hotel the he swims once or twice a day,
Chamber
of the are by public
business
l' men fective. Other countries did not even sends them to canine Governor Rockefeller's stra- alone elected.If .
entrance which is about 400 relaxing waters of the
likely to carry great weight with abide by them long. The effect has psychiatrists, is upset about feet from the stage. Two rope White House pool which are tegy in California is to per- Rockefeller is sincere

Congress on this question. been largely to prevent U. S. busi- this presidential action and decries lines about four feet apart kept at an enervating 92 de suade Republicans that a vote forces is very simply: the
the well financed obstinacy of
ear pull as being
from I in what Like his for Goldwater is vote fora
sharing
\ nessmen bad for beagles. had been strung down one grees. predecessor, a ( Nelson Rockefeller. The pub-

J Secretary of Commerce Luther Secretary Hodges has called a aisle and the President proceeded the President seems to havea ) an internal collapse, and b) lic's reaction to Mr- Rockefeller : -

I Hodges for some time has been "booming market" in East Europe.We Now and then the President between these flexible bad back although he does international chaos. That is is embarrassingly plain; he
must be moved by such pettiness barriers to the rostrum. It not complain about it much
wasa
I urging a revision of U.S. policies on '- the burden of his recent statements is well on his way to Stas-
to give vent to strong expressions triumphal procession and and sometimes denies thereis
trade with Russia. He.points out that agree with the Chamber that in which, to use his senization: i. e., he has be-
such as "Reallynow the did than anything with his
more
ropes no wrong
half ridiculous. He
I American business men have been trade policy toward Communist "Dear !" own words exactly, he indicts come (
\ or me keep the women admirers back. This swimming pool Goldwater for "irresponsibility would have become totally ridiculous -
participating in only a minor way in countries should be liberalized, and from closing in behind him. bit is not really much exer- and extremism on foreign except that no man

the expansion of trade between the not only for the reason that it is IT APPEARS he cannot even He was pushed and pummeledand cise. The President strokes policy," and recklessness with with a couple of hundred,million

Soviet bloc and the Western world. good business. show off his beagles with- jostled and squeezed to around some with his glasseson respect to "the vital issues affecting dollars to deploy is ever
out the show dog set yappingat his heart's content." When his and then gets out of the our security and the totally ridiculous.) .

him and reminding him speech was finished the water with a hearty appetitefor
The Soviet Union and East European Trade with the West has been a that the way to lift a dog is to cession was repeated in pro-reverse lunch. free security world.and" well-being of the IF ROCKEFELLER -has

j Communist countries imported magnet drawing the Russian people place a hand gently under his while the ladies hum- any eye at all for political

about $4.5 billion worth of goods toward Western ideas of affluent or her stomach and lift gen- med the tune to "Hail to the INCAPACITATION of the Let us f b r.c e ourselves to reality, then he must recognize .

t l from non-Communist countries in living and of political freedom. It is tly. This obviously would not Chief." President at this time would suppose that Mr. Rockefelleris that his own cause.is. utterly -
work with a Saint Bernard or sincere i.e. that he
of this business be a calamity of the first or- being forlorn the Republican
1962. About $2.2 billion in the United States interest to en-
It '
sheep dog. might even an- believes the
( and THE AGONIZED and fren- der. Either of the two men seriously thingshe Convention would as soon
t was from NATO countries courage this "subversive" pull on noy a German shepherd or a says about what would '
zied expressions of four or who would succeed him are nominate Tommy Manvflle As
Japan. The U.S. exported only $125 Russian opinion. The more Khrush- standard poodle. five Secret Service agents too old and, whatever Mr. then the call of duty is very nominate Rockefell, so .t that

I million worth to the Soviet bloc in chev has to devote to raising living This advice on how to lift a who preceded him and several Johnson may say publicly, he plain indeed: it is to quit his he cannot in any serious. sense

1962 and $119 in 1963. As a result standards the less he can devote to dog undoubtedly reflects the who followed him along knows this, and he knows that own campaign for the presi- be working his own nomina-

of the sale of wheat, the figure will war-making potential. dog world's trend to miniature this concourse of femininitytold the public knows. dential nomination instantly tion. If he does not under-

be much higher in 1964. animals. The experts are its own story. They were Moreover, if the President dramatically, decisively stand political reality sufficiently -
thinking in a miniature man- worried sick. They knew he should become incapacitatedafter and pool his strength with a to understand a fact as

Trade with the West provides an ner. The President's beaglesare could have gotten in and out his nomination there coalition of anti Goldwater obtrusive as this one then he

( The United States list of so-called avenue of independence from :Mos- not, of course, show dogs. of the hall in a quiet way. would be the wildest confusionin Republicans. Let him an- clearly does not understand

strategic commodities it will not sell cow for the East European coun- They are companions. The No one in the crowd wished the Democratic Party. The nounce his withdrawal from political reality sufficiently to

to Russia is much longer than the tries. Perhaps the'greatest emphasis President was not lifting them him harm, the only dangerwas Democratic National Committee the race and devote his ener- say anything at all relevant

; allies. As of last .August off the ground. When he does that he would be lovedto would gies to getting, let us say, about Goldwater's alleged dis
I lists used by it should be on expanding this trade. presumably, picka Henry Cabot Lodge nominated -
that he picks them in his qualifications. So that everyday
up death.
there were 1,241 items on the First it then This was not an iso- new nominee. All observers of the
I was only Yugoslavia, arms. To do this, Mr. John- lated incident that goes by in which he
the Even confusion
nor was more would
Department of Commerce list of Poland. Now Romania and Bulgariaand son places one hand under President's heated Republican contest are expatiates on the horrors that*
day, this if
day, any- come the President
were
I goods for which export licenses must : Czechoslovakia are showing each of the dog's four legs and thing special. He had merely incapacitated after his election agreed on a single proposition would ensue upon the nomina-

I be obtained for 'shipment to any: more desire to buy':and sell with the lifts. He doe s not place one done his work, motored to and but before the beginningof namely, that what is currently tion of Senator Goldwater is a
preventing the consolidation -
hand under the stomach the day in which by staying In
country except Canada. Wet ri." world. East" Germany, of experts to the contrary, not- from Winchester, Va. 70 miles his first ,elected- term. of anti Goldwa t e r the race, he contributes'to

course, has a large business with standing. There is a matter of away for the crowning of his Would the Electoral College happen to us of Senator Gold- Goldwater's strength. He

Licerise3.vare.jiot:granted or. .ship-.,r .' West Germany.As balance here. The beagle is a daughter as queen of an applePreachers meet again to choose his suc- water were nominated, let does this by making it impossible -

ment of 'strategic items ori this list ; lively dog and a wiggler. He for Goldwater's opponents -

and the wiggles with delight when he to line up behind an acceptable -
Communist
to any country, for Cuba, the possibility of expanding -
licensing requirement permits some trade should always be held is about to be picked up and Are in for Ribbing opposition candidate,
might readily fall off a hand ;{ say Lodge, or Nixon, or
degree of control over transship- open to any- Cuban government placed daintly under his stom- '-" Scranton or, to quote Mr.

ments from other countries. Items which abandons the Castro policiesof Cowles Stanton Evans of the Indiana:
ach.Another Washington BureauWASHINGTON story, but he has unveiled to do as they did. Mr. Kenne-
of secondary strategic concern on hatred toward the U. S. and subversion important featureis polis News, "any warm body,
the list can be regulated in volume. in the Americas. So long as overlooked. None of the crit- The others and there are obviously dy loved to read history and whose name is not Barry'

ics of the dog set has inter- preachers are in for a lot of more. Here is one he biography; Mr. Johnson, on Goldwater." The dilemma, finally

( the policy of embargo on all goods viewed the beagles. If they gentle ribbing between now has already told repeatedly: the other hand, has only to distilled, is this: Rocke-
U. S. trade policy toward :Commu- except food and medicine appears to should and "We had a preacher back look framed feller is
ask, they'will find the November. Texas preachers at a letter on his either insincere: or'
nist countries is elastic, dependingon be effective in weakening the Castro beagles like to be with Mr. that is. home who dropped his notes office wall to feel kinship with unpatriotic.HIS .

the country and the goods con regime, the U.S. should pursue it and Johnson. They swarm all over just as he was leaving for preachers. He told a visiting
When John church FAILURE to out cf
Kennedy was one time, and his dog get
cerned. All trade with China North him. The beagle is the Pres- group of Southern Baptists a
to its allies
try
persuade to
go along. ident's favorite breed. These President he used to illustratehis tore them up. When the while back about the letter.It the way suggests the obviou s"

Korea and North Viet Nam is em- There may come a time, however, present White House beaglesare points with fragmentary preacher went to the pulpit, was written by a promi- psychological difficulty 1 ,
Trade with Cuba is limitedto quotations from he to his namely that the Governor of
lit- apologized ,
bargoed. .when trade policy with Cuba, or descended from a long history or congre- nent Texan to his minister,
food and medicines.In even with China and its satellites, line of hunting dogs. Their an- erature. He cited Dante Ben- gation and said, 'I am very George Washington Baines, New York is in the clutch ofa

should be re-examined also. cestors have chased Texas jamin Franklin, Tom Paine, sorry, today I have no sermon.I Lyndon Johnson's great roaring, h o u s ewrecking,
,
'
Thoreau, Robert Frost. will just have to speak as party smashing egomania;
rabbits for read
generations. They grandfather. It :
farm be
principle, products can
the Lord directs. But I will that he is trying to convincethe
I sold to all Communist countries except The U.S. has continued a rigid like to be played with and they Lyndon B. Johnson, with his try to do better next Sunday'." "My Dear Brother Baines: voters that Goldwater isa .
have learned that when theyare
roots in different
the three under embargo. In policy on trade with Russia beyondits lifted up by their ears to- America and a his part of That one is fine for any occasion "You will find enclosed your looming national catastrophe -

practice, however, the policy is to be usefulness, and it would be a stand on their hind feet they ed in a different school oratory reaches shap- when the President bah note, and if you will renew it not because he really
-
no prepared text. The other for the same amount of $300 believes that is what he is-in'
more liberal toward Poland and Yugoslavia mistake to do the same thing with will receive a sugar coated back to his home for his
vitamin one is perfect when Mr. John- and send it to Mrs. Houston, I which event he would take the
-countries which have been other Communist countries. The pill.THERE anecdotes and quips and
U.S. son rises after a fulsome in- will be obliged to you. patriotic and self sacrificingstep
allowed to receive Food for Peace should always be ready to take ad- nine times out of ten he comes troduction. It goes like this: to get out of the way
IS another point. It with what White "You will perceive. that I
items under the sale for local cur vantage of the opportunities, eco- will please a great numberof up have dubbed House correspondents "a- "I feel very much like the knock off the interest for six of a Stop Goldwater move-

rency plan. nomic and'political, in trade when- Americans to know that preacher story". preacher in my county who years at 8 -per cent per an- ment but because he simply
to his church desires
went Sundayand to hurt Goldwaterin
on
The Chamber of Commerce isIt ever they occur. beagles, not golf balls, have Praising a Democratic con- num, amount to $140. This I
found the congregationhad order to hIm
help s elf.
the run of the White House gressman for his willingnessto am not loath to do,' as you
presented him with a new What Rockefeller is doing is
lawn. The beagle will get "stand and be counted" on have the luck to minister to
Ford automobile. He got up merely an aggravated extension -
more votes than a putting an issue, Mr. Johnson will go'on congregations who think
and had to respond to that act you of the kind of thing he
I
green. to that he is "not afford to to them
say of generosity on the 'spur of can preach tried to do to Nixon in 1960
Voice of the The Johnsons have ,
always like the preacher down in gratis. If do not devise
mycountry" you
People the moment. He started out when he tried first to lake the
had dogs. In fact there is
a who was irritated by some plan to change their
don't
this 'I
something like : nomination from him
legend about a pointer owned one parishioner who always practices, they will think that away
it but I do deserve and
that
appreciate failing went on to
of the
by one President'sforebears slept through the sermon. ought to them
a
It you
pay
f': it'.u degrade Nixon by forcing himto
Qn The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions ==== who lived in north "He finally got tired of it... good salary for attending make a number of humiliating -.
Georgia long before the Civil while he was sleeping, he After which, of course, the church when they could stayat
and comments of SUM reeclen'.r. ,wtlcom la the Voice of the People column.. u"cnmu.t War. Mr. Jesse Johnson had a said (here Johnson lowers his chief executive casts his eyes home on Sunday and thuslybe concessions on the eve
bo signed end boor the writ,,'. a'dms. Homes will bo withheld if requested. A letter should bird dog named "Old Belle"that voice to a stage whisper) 'All down modestly and goes on in greater readiness for of the Republican Convention.
not exceed 500 words and must bo written on;only see side of the concessions which, considering .
Poetry
.
paper. cannot bo used. The
was famous for holding a of folks that want to to "I don't deserve it, the week's work.
I Sun reserves the right' to reject any 'letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning you go say the closeness of Nixon's
_illtent. or point. No t h i ng could move to heaven, please stand up.' but I do appreciate it." ,
nn him. Once he got the scent of And everybody stood but the "I am not alluding to char- defeat by Mr. Kennedy, were
Bar Motives Your ANONYMOUS editorial a covey, he froze and stayed fellow who was sleeping. All this seems to flow nat- ity, tho I think that the scrip- probably sufficient to cost the

writer would no doubt Law Students that way. Not until the covey When they sat down, he said urally from Mr. Johnson, and -tures enjoined that as one of Republican Party the .vie?,

Are ExplainedEDITOR agree that the ANONYMOUS was shot into did he move out (raising his voice to a shout) indeed it is an indigenousform the brightest Christian traits of tory in 1960. .

Praise Green to find the dead quail. According of humor in the South character, but I allude to plain .. .
folks
attorney quoted as one of the 'All you that want to go What Rockefeller wants the
Sun: Your editor- lawyers "actively opposing"the to the legend this to hell please stand!' and Southwest where he grew old-fashioned honesty of pay- objective facts would seem..to_

ial in the Friday Sun mis- incumbent would be EDITOR, Sun: We, the undersigned dog, being hunted late one "That stirred the fellow and up particularly in political ing what they subscribe. They :indicate, is the rule or ruin;
more oratory, where it was perhaps know that
students in the College afternoon, made a wide cast he waked up and heard him ought to paper cur He simply cannot stand -thethought .
conceived the reasons be- active and even more "determined" through some thick woods and exemplified by the late Alben rency will not pass in heaven.It ;
of Law say 'Please stand', so he of Republican
hind the public statement of University of Barkely, who had no equalas must be the coin which is
if he would be was seen no more. Mr. Jesse jumped up and looked around T ther: than himself achieving .
,the Bar concerning the qualifications Florida, having been intimately Johnson a yarnspinner.It only issued from an honest "
publicly identified. was pretty sure the and saw that no one else was the Republican nomination or;,.
for the office of heart. Cottonfields and cotton
associated with Buzzy dog was somewhere on point. standing with him, and he would sound as incon- later, the .presidency .Her i$' -
County Judge. Keep burrowing in that issue Green in the performance of He' s e a r ched and searched, said, 'Preacher, I don't know gruous for Mr. Johnson to bolls will find no market in right now engaged indoing-

The membership of the of the Florida Law his duties as Public Defenderfor but darkness came on and he what it is you are voting on, quote Dante and Thoreau, as Paradise. everything he can not -to. .

r Eighth Judicial Bar Associa- Journal and you will find our the Eighth Judicial Circuit never found him. but you and I seem to be the John Kennedy did, as it would "Mrs. Houston unites in affectionate }:eep Goldwater .from.getting. .

tion UNANIMOUSLY ratifiedthe Code of Ethics. We commendthe do wish to publicly com only two for it'." have for Mr.. Kennedy to tell regards to Sister the ,nomination (if Jie.w: jt tN....

action of the Board of study of those canons to mend him for his unswerving ABOUT YEAR later, This is Mr. Johnson's favorite preacher stories. There was Baines, yourself, and family. that, he'd puflout of the

Directors on. Friday, May 1, you so that in HONESTY and attention and devotion to the! while .out looking for a milk all purpose preacher reason enough for both men Truly thine, Sam Houston." race), but to..distort.Goldwa--

at the regular monthly meet- in TRUTH you can measure duties of his office. cow that had wandered into ter's views and frighten. the...

the legal conscience.By As the woods, a member of the public sufficiently to keep I hinx .
voluntary, unpaid investigator "
Ing.U
family found "Old Belle. Or from
winning in the
had been ,motivatedby POTOMAC FEVER event
assistants .
we the way, do you have a to Buzzy rather, he found "Old Belle's that lie is nominate 'THV -
FEAR, we would have Green, we believe that the! skeleton still
Code of Ethics that standing
requiresyou on becomes
act
Wilson Cowles truly insufferable. .
remained silent since silence quality of his ByJack Washington Bureau
capabilities He had
point.
never moved
to correct factual mis- when, after his lengthy
would have left us safe no statements in your editorials? as proven by performance If there are any skeptics about The federal pay bill has something for everybody. It will give congressmen excoriation of Goldwa apocalyptic .

matter which of the candidates -. Judge. H. Y.. Reynolds,-County merits the, voters' consideration this, the writer can show them a pay raise next year-and postmen a pay raise this year so congressmenwill ter, he caps his tirade with -

is elected. Our "sig- Judge of Gadsden Coun for retaining him as your the very place in Henry County be back to get their pay raise next year. the political punctilio of .

iuficant segment" recognized ty received a LLB Degree Public Defender. where the skeleton was a re.g'lar.fellert. "Whoever

4 the duty which is imposed on from the Atlanta Law Schoolin (Signed) Jame R. Pierce Nor- found. The President's visit to the apple blossom festival in Sen.. Harry F. Byrd's nominated," he says limply -

us by our Code of Ethics .to 1921. wood f. Richman Cay Jamet Jame S.Graham Garland Gordon Gerald Us ,T rl -, town was a scientific experiment. -first time anybody ever tried to polish an performing his formal obeisl'ance -

I speak out on matters upon B. Johnston, Richard W. Owen. Ed had good dogs and know very apple .that wasn't there yet. to the Party, "all Re .
:which we are particularly JOE C. JENKINS, JR. Stuart Don Mastry A. C. Shields r' .
-.1 publicans should
III. John A. Gentry III Duane K. get ,behind
:.qualified to express an intelli- President Eighth Judical William Tuttte, Robin F. Zanw Fawwrt Richard Richard A.Mandeil Bird., without any advice from beau- In Indonesia. they celebrate education day by humming unpopular books. That's that candidate and see t hrl -

t 'gejit judgment Circuit Bar Association Larry Gentile and Chuck,! Chance. ticians. ,.- dangerous if you are barefoot-you should be bearing jackboots. he gets elected." -" r-*
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rfhCh! ging Scene East and West ._:.' in oppose Mekong Laos.Pathet infiltration River Concerned border Lao about across representation the Thais Communist the- Honesty LOUISVILLE landlord had(no AP Pays trouble) -An rent-honest


in the,coalition governmentwhile
the Communist fac- ing his apartment even thoughthe

[}L r Common Market Southeast Asians Act Independently I tion strength.can chip pro at right wing "For sign in Rent the front- Unfurnished yard read:


Thanat hopes to strengthenthe Apartment

$?rUt Bark{ wimrs hoped that the accords would ern powers and the Soviet Union Pathet Lao from a coalition gov- anti Communist front "Beautiful View of Weeds

-Dissolves By SEYMOUR TOPPING halt the military advance of the to preserve a coalition gov ernment and to form a more through revival soon of the Association
it: i I "
Southeast Asia. "Across the
of street.
HONG KONG An upsurgeof Pathet Lao and provide a,legal ernment. The intervention was solid anti-Communist front. Theyare
nationalism and independent framework for intervention if made effective by a U. S. threatto exploring the possibility of f
fl.l 3 rnt fork \Ebttr1! 1 the question Secretary of State thinking in Southeast Asia has the Pathet Lao attempted to withdraw iad to the Vientiane -! developing closer links with

; By SYDNEY GRUSON Dean Rush once asked, "W h o imposed new curbs on United sweep over the country. government. South Viet Nam and Thailand.In I'M TICKLED

GENEVA The conviction speaks for Europe?", had been States influence in the region. I In the Pathet Lao Thailand Minister
I answered.As practice Despite their enforced agree- Foreign
:,
t that the United States has bas, Leaders of such countries as have exploited the Geneva accords -ment to cooperate with Souvanna -Thanat Khoman risked U. S. PINK!

ically altered its attitude toward these officials see the situation Laos Thailand, the Philippines, by boycotting the coalition Phouma, the right wing j i displeasure by condemning
Western Europe's future President Kennedy's ambitious Cambodia and Burma are rely-I government headed by neutralist -generals rem a I n determined,Western restraints imposed on Color Me Pink!
i development is s pre a ding project for trade liberalization ing more on their own diplomacy Prmeier Prince Souvanna eventually to exclude the leaders of the right wing coup
among European officials. ] by deep, across.t h e- and resources to cope with Phouma while "nibbling" at You'll be Tickled with
board tariff cuts led to the threats posed by Communi right wing held territory. The
They..believe that Washington,
under the impact of French policy mistaken impression that the China and native Communist accords also have been violatedby i STABLE & DIGNIFIEDKeep BEDDING or CARPETING ':
Common Market could
and national economic interests speatfor movements. North Viet Nam which has
Europe. cadres for Pathet Lao From:
supplied
I has abandoned temporarily There is a complex of reasons r
I, units and has Your Tax Assessors'office
reportedly com-
its long-cherished goalof But even in the economic for growing resistance to
I mitted entire battalions in in stable
European political unity. field, the officials say, the single U. S. diplomacy in diverse sup- operating a
port of military and dignified manner.
operation.A
; voice that the Common Southeast Asian nations, manyof
'I The .thesis is being discussed o A. D.
Market mustered in response to which remain militarily and residue of bitterness againstthe Keep J. PIERCE
freely by officials in Geneva Chambtei Jr.
r the late president's challenge economically dependent on U. S. has persisted among
I for negotiations.the Kennedy American round of officials tariff scarcely blanketed the conflicting Washington. right wing i generals in the BEDDING & CARPET CENTER

arguments of separate national Conversations with statesmenof wake of the coup. Resentmentwas SMITHPd.
f do not challenge the thesis 818 W. University.Are.. FR 2-0441
interests. the individual countries and engendered by the diplomatic
I .
too strenuously. Adv.)
"You set up fre comrr- with U. S. diplomats posted in intervention of the West (

They insist, however, that the market like you do a pin up the region i indicate that the
shift has emerged to fit the girl," an official of the Common principal motivating factors are I

facts of political life in Europe Market complained Monday -
theseFear
rather.than from a deliberate "and now you're upset that the U. S. cannot
1 change,of heart on the part that your pin-up is not as glam- cope with Communist insurgency Tomorrow Only ifI

or the t!.. S. Whatever the reason ourous or as easy to get along movements such as that in
I for it, the change represents with as you imagined." South Viet Nam.Growing -

;'I a milestone in the post-war European officials say Washington belief that Communist I

U.S.. attitude toward Europe. now pursues separate pressures must be offset I
policies with each of the Common either through accommodationwith [ 1.I- 1DJ VI
Many Europeans who are Market six. The recent bilateral Peking or new regional ar-
I' worried by the change see in U. S.Italian negotiations rangements with other South-
I: it a surrender to President de to support the lira and east Asian countries.

1 Gaulle's insistence that the con the wooing of West Germanyare -Ideological rift between the
tinent be re-established on classic cited as examples. Soviet Union and Communi

I 19th-century political lines, American officials without China, and competition for Influence -
t I emphasizing overriding interests accepting all the argue i between France and the
I of individual states. ments of the Europeans, point U. S. have provided opportunities -I

thatan out two factors that have shaped for playing off one big power -
These: officials assert I
i i of American Washington's current atti- against another.
essential,element.
1 tude. I The April 19 coup d'etat in
until recently was IS
policy One is that it was easier for:Laos stemmed in part from a WEDNESDAY
the sponsorship and support for i
''i conviction right wing THIS
almost the U. S. to declare its willingness among
an integrated Europe at
i leaders that some action inde-
to economic
cost. in.(the hope that accept sacrifices '
any
must be DAY
> for the sake of European pendent of the U. S.
with
Europe then would join HOUSEWARES
taken to check the proCommunist -
unity than to agree on the sac
the U.-.-S.,in some undefined At- Pathel Lao. These leaders 1 ;
rifices once the bargaining began
i lantic"partnership. and threatened specific believed that the West, and par- 1 I

The policy was one of the American economic interests. ticularly the tJ.S., was not doing =

pillars'on' which- the Common Second, and more important, enough to discourage, repeated t
Market-France West the Americans is that the violations of Geneva
Italy say, i MFelds T .
Germany, Belgium, the Neth- kind of Europe emerging under neutrality accords by the Pathet -

erlands"-and Luxembourg-was De Gaulle's pressure has little Lao. ,.rT I
The U. S. entered into the _
built '" relation to what was envisaged I
either on the continent or in 1962 Geneva accord which set L1TY I .
=
For the .U.: S., European' economic the U. S. ,up a Laotian coalition govern- 1 I ) ? 1

unity a means To many Americans, the ment composed of rightwing, DISCO _. ,
i to political unity and so long Common Market has developedinto neutralist and Pathet Lao (Com- II II

,f as political ,.integration was something approximatingan munist) factions, with the intention 1 I
considered possible the Euro- old-fashioned customs union -I of neutralizing Laos. It was I

peans.say, Washington carefully that adds nothing to the realization uu IHIII I! I I .

nourished the Common Mar of a new ralationship Earl C.
MayRepresenting 1
'f" ket lending it power and sup-, between the old and the new BONUS

port to overcome growing worlds. This alone, the Americans 1 .
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Sunbeam ELEC. SKILLET -- Candy Cote.Moulded, Seamless 32-line I
negotiator.:: whigh dome lid & I Vinyl-Coven HASSOCKS .
Valery Giscard d'Estaing, De removable: control 18x30/ SCATTER RUGS TOILET SEAT DRYER
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vinyl. Foam-bocked, cotton Closed front seat with Fun 192 feet of drying .
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was-the key.figure in meetings I No. 45-510 . 34.95 2576 21.97 .' plum russet.

of the--representatives of the I Sunbeam TOASTER Adhesive Covering Pound Box I
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agreed 'that 'little or 'nothing LOW AS $5.00 PER MONTH 1 porcelain l leaves no dirt-catching* chrome; 38 Washable -Waterproof ,kills moths &. larvae ative floral designs! I

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week QUANTITIES I LIMITED-COME I EARLY FOR THE BEST

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THE ffflIL9r May 5Alachua'County
Diabetes Lay "GAIKESVILLE

11 w 1 w; Society, 7:30 p.m., Frank M.
I Hall Auditorium.
i' r Kuth Weimer . Women's Editor t"d..rA i1h! Forestry Wives Club, Tup-

I perware Party, 8 p.m., Fla- '
p t vett III Recreation Hall.

t. w PKY Students Medical Dames, 7 p.m.,
Mrs. George Singleton, 2802
THE CITY
\ r NW 4th Lane.Merrysteppers. I BEAUTIFUL2nd

.' 8 p.m., City

1\/\ w M Give Mothers' Tea r M a Recreation Kanapaha Center.Home Demon-

/ stration Club, 9:30 ajn., Mrs.

: Mothers and P. K. Yonge Yonge. W. H.,Bryan, 110 NW 4th Ave- p
4 High School faculty members Posters, made by Claire Joyn nue.Tuesday Annual
Z were entertained recently by son and Fenella Jessup, depict. Evening Supper ,
1 the ninth grade classes of Mrs. ed the principles of good diet. 1 2'v x R Club, 6 pjn., 1402 West Uni- .
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'r : Kelsey Ingle at the annual Mothers A chart, summarizing the result versity Avenue. '
Day Tea held in the Home 'of a study of the Gainesvillefood Gainesville Civil Air Patrol, 7
i H- Economics Department. markets, was also displayed. to 9:30 p.m., Buchholz Junior
= Students, wearing spring High School.

dresses they had made for the I As the guests were served ,q. k. I WEDNESDAY, May 6
=. occasion, conducted their guests : the hostesses
tea prepared by S a Gainesville Bridge Club,
about the where dis- 6 f
department
entertained 7:30 Holiday Inn.
they were by p.m.
= plays of student work were ex- PLANT SAlE
/ hibited. an original home economics Gainesville Fine Arts Asso-

-__ One large bulletin board, arranged -ballad, composed by the per- ciaton, Banquet, 7 p.m., Holi-
by Margaret Strykerand formers, Sally Adams, Pam day Inn.
4
Anne Byrne, featured a pho- ,Ccggins. Diana Holliman, Mary 'oJ&: "":" '$. -.. ,, .. .w ,.... ""' ",UT't"' ._____""" Democratic Women's Club,
tographic essay of the Home Schwab, JoAnne Salter, Judy I Mr. and !Mrs. Will lam Alfred Floyd Luncheon, Noon, Holiday Inn
( Economics program at P. K. Whiddon, and Kathy Wirtala. Green Room, Senator Beth
ALACHUA Miss Sandra accessories and a rose corsage. Johnson of Orlando, guest
Elaine Rourk became the brideof The bridegroom's mother worea speaker. a
William Alfred Floyd in a pink lace dress with pink accessories University of Florida Hospital Saturday May 9th
Ii' Church CirclesTODAY double ring wedding ceremony and a corsage of pink Auxiliary, annual luncheon ,
: performed Saturday evening by roses. meeting, 11:45 a.m., Holiday -
Rev. J. Hilton Olive, pastor of A reception was given by the Inn, Mrs. Anne J. Vestal,
May 5 I St. Michaels Episcopal. the High Springs Baptist bride's patents at the Alachua guest speaker. <
I ; : Woman' Society of Christian Church. Church, at the First Baptist Woman's Club. Arrangements ofchrysanthemurs Chapter I, PEO, 10 a.m., p
Service, First Metho d Is t 8 pjn., Joint Meeting, Friend- Church in Alachua.Arrangements and Mrs. William L. Lowry, 1208 ." "
Church: ship Circle and Women of St. pompons NW 16th Avenue. .
6:30 p.m., Circle 12, Covered Michael's Church, Guild Roomof of white chry- gladioli were the appointmentsused. OES Auxiliary, 3 p.m., Mrs.J. II
santhemums, gladioli, .
i dish supper, Mrs. Clar- the Parish House. pompons, A. Gibbs, 1122 SW 2nd Ave-
greenery and lighted tapers dec- The bride's table was overlaid
ence Ammerman, 631 NW First Presbyterian Women of ,
orated the altar. with white taffeta and net. Silver nue.Eight
36th Drive. the Church O'clock Group, Uni-
8 p.m., Circle 13, Mrs. R. E. 7:30 p.m., Circle 12, Miss Mrs. Tony Redd was vocal-' candleta rum were placedat versity Women's Club New- : .
Caldwell, 2011 NW 7th Lane. Lilly Mae Whitener and Miss ist and Miss Ruth Dyer was or- either side of the heartshaped comers 8 p.m., Clubhouse, AZALEAS
Grace Presbyterian Church Margaret Murphree, Church ganist. wedding caks, which centered Newberry Road, Mrs. Charles
? 7:30 p.m., Circle 3, Meet at Parlors. The bride is the daughter of the table. McCallum, guest speaker.
Church and then go to home 8 p.m., Circle 9, Mrs. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Ervin Rourkof The punch table held a crys- Engineering Wives, 10 a.m.,
;l of Francis Fabricks. Osterbind, 2105 NW 7th Lane;I Alachua and the bridegroomis tal and silver punch bowl, and East Blue Room, Student
University Lutheran Church Circle 10, Mrs. Richard J. Anderson the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. arrangements ct daisies, white Service Center, Brunch,
: University Lutheran Church 319 NE 6th Avenue; Phelps Floya cf High Springs. stock and bab>'s breath. Bridge and Canasta. FORMOSA $
Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. Howard I!Circle 11, Mrs. B. F. Yarbrough' Given in marriage by her Aui'ts Assist Cosmos Club, Game Party, SOUTHERN CHARM 3 FOR 1
Wilowske, 1040 SW 11th Street and Mrs. J. D. Gammage, 306'father, the bride wore a gown Cutting and serving the wedding .2:30 p.m., Mrs. W. M. Rogers,
First Baptist Church NE 3rd Street. made by her mother. The floor cake were Mrs. W. R. 828 NW 21st Avenue. LAWSEL

8 p.m., Jo Ann Parham, Mrs. Wesley Community length gown was fashioned of Longman, Mrs. C. A. Vaughnof THURSDAY, May 7 .
: Bruce Mathews, 916 NE 19th Church WSCS Chantilly lace and taffeta and Brandon, aunts of the Gainesville Junior Woman's TABOR. 12".18"-
Place; Margaret Gross, Mrs. WSCS 8 p.m., Church, Executive -featured a chapel train. Her bride; Mrs. F. L. Rogers and Club, Installation Luncheonand
f : Robert Mears, 503 NW 36th Ave Meeting at 7 p.m. illusion veil felt from a crown Mrs. Barney Floyd, aunts of Meeting, 10:30 a.m., Uni- F
nue; Julian Bridges, Mrs. THURSDAY, May 8 Inn.Chapter .
of sequins and seed pearls. She the bridegroom. Pouring punch versity
James Morris, 1607 NW 8th Gethsemane Lutheran Church carried a cascade bouquet of were Mrs. Rodney Willis, Mrs. CQ, PEO, 8 p.m., $
Avenue; Gaventa Mrs. Charles Women, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Ann white roses, carnations, and ste- W. H. Cason, of Waycross, Ga., Mrs. M. H. Johnson, 1617 FORMOSASOUTHERN 1 0 FOR 4
i Martin, 2225 NW 15th Avenue. Nestor, 3857 SW 4th Place. phanotis, centered; with a white aunts of the bride, Mrs. Paul NW 12th Road.Gainesville.

Strickler and Mrs. C. M. Fields. Chapter 44, CHARM 18"-24"
orchid.Sisters AttendantsMiss Mrs. R. M. Fugate greeted OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple.
I j Brides' BocL" Mer.yn Rourk, sister of guests, and Mrs. J. E. Fugate Coffee honoring old and new
t the bride was maid of honor. introduced guests to the receiv- executive board of the
I She vrc a pastel blue taffeta ing line. comers of the U n i v New-I
WEDNESDAY, May 6 .Avenue. _
Women's Club, 10 ,
brocade.dress with matching ac Assisting with the hospitalitieswere a.m.
Miscellaneous shower honoring J. Wayne Reitz, Presid e n i s DnGWOOD TREES
: Miss Carolyn Ridgell, ]FRIDAY, !May 8 cessories. Mrs. Annette Imler, Mrs. Gcraon Runes, aunt
sister of the! bride, bridesmatron of the bride: Mrs. Jack Chas- Residence. !
bride-elect of Charlton B. Dan- Bridesmaids luncheon hon- Association of Un-
: American
wore yellow dress and tain, Miss Pat Fields and Miss
: iel, 8 p.m., Mrs. Lowell Mock oring Miss Glenda Moon, iversity Women, Morning In-
accessories. Miss Linda Emerson.
and Mr Grant Edson at the bride elect of Barton E. matching terest Group Mrs. Robert W. ABOUT 3't -
Rimes, bridesma, Miss Suzanne ,
Rozmary Longman
cousin -
latter's home, 2212 NW 15th Thrasher Jr., 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Jones, 1215 NW 23rd Boule-.
wore a pink dress and match- of the bride Miss George
Wayne Sandefur, 1418 NW 16th vard.
ing accessories. All attendantswore Ann Dansby and Miss Linda
Terrace. University Mothers' Club,
Eight O'Clock opal necklaces, gifts from Kay Malphurs, played piano selections Covered-dish Luncheon, 11 +
1 Rehearsal dinner for Moon. the bride, and carried cascade at the reception.Miss a.m., meet at the University r.f
: Group To MeetHair Thrasher wedding party following bouquets of chrysanthemums Joy Vaughn of Brandon, Women's Club for transportation -
: rehearsal at the First and daisy pompons. cousin of the bride, and Miss to the summer home of Sale HeldGainesville In
care and grooming, with Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs.A. Roy Floyd, brother of the Cheryl Lovett of Gainesville, Mrs. Bruce Thomason, Lake
emphasis on the special prob- T. Fletcher, 11 SW 42nd bridegroom was best man. Ushers -kept the bride's book. Rice bags Winott.
lems in the summer, will be Street. were Tracy Imler, brother- were distributed by Miss Pen- University Women's Club, Sun's Lot
the program topic at the final in-law of the bride, and Rodger ny Cason, of Waycross, Ga., Bridge Club, 8 p.m., Clubhouse, Parking
meeting of the season of the SATURDAY, May 9 Holton of H'gh Springs, cousinof Miss Lynn Redd, Miss Kathi West Newberry Road.
Eight O'Clock Group of the University Wedding of Miss G 1 e nda the bride. Rimes, and Miss Sheryl Rogers. Golden Age Club, 1:30 p.m.,
Womens Club Newcom- Jane Moon, daughter of Mr. Niece Is Flower Girl The bride chose a brown and City Recreation Center. A City Tax Paid By The Sun oi

and Mrs. Richard I. Jones, Sheryl Lynn Rogers, niece of beige metallic brocade ensembleand OES Banquet honoring Mrs.
ers.Mrs.. Charles McCallum, hair- and Barton Eugene ThrasherJr. the bride, was flower girl. She beige accessories for her Adele Robertson of Miami, Worthy -
dresser, will be guest speaker.All ., son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. wore a blue dress and carrieda going away outfit. After a honeymoon Grand Matron of the Grand I At Wholesale Cost .-
Newcomers are invitedto Thrasher, 4 p.m., First Bap- white basKet trimmed in blue at pomj.. of interest in Chapter of Folrida, 6 p.m., Holiday t
bring a guest to the meetingat tist Church. Reception follow- and filled with rose petals. Florida, the newlyweds will; !I.n. Official chapter visit a 1
8 pjn. Wednesday at the Un- ing with bride's parents hostsat The bride's mother chose a make their home in High following, 8 p.m., Masonic Tem-
iversity Women's Clubho use, the Church. beige lace aress with orange Springs. I ple.SALE. Limit 20 Plants Per Family-

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; Asks Labor to Hold Line ONE/ UNfED SUNSHINE STATEcY '


I' WASHINGTON (AP)' Presi. "For such a spiral steals sav !by the administration's guide- BUD DICKINSON.
dent Johnson concerned lest a Ings-eats at real I .
away wages posts. :
prosperous economy breed inflation Says Inflation Could bleeds the meager. income of Walter P. Reuther, presidentof '
i has urged labor leadersto our older citizens-gives orders the United Automobile,Work VOTE TODAY
help hold the wage-price line and jobs to foreign competitorsand ers, signaled he' will ignore
by adhering to "sensible and Threaten Progressready undermines the soundnessof I them in his contract: negotiations -
I fair" government guideposts for the dollar." beginning in June with the ATTEND VICTORY CELEBRATION
I t' wage settlements. --I Johnson faced a difficult task Big Three automakersGeneral -
", Speaking to 139 union chiefs have announced they er than productivity, in spite of in trying to convince the union Motors, Ford and Chrysler. TONIGHT AT HEADQUARTERSCampaign
> ; I and their wives at a White would ignore the guideposts in already high wages and contin- leaders to keep with the guidelines Johnson called the wage-price
J House dinner Monday night l/ negotiations this year and John- uing excessive' unemployment"Johnson which were set forth by guideposts sensible and fair and Headquarters. .
i Johnson-as he did at a similar lectured them the said. the late President John F. Kennedy added: "They are in the public
/ gathering of industrialists last son on possi 534 N. 'Main St.
I interest and while I cannot -
ble hazards in
a growing econ- He said he knew side
is
one
week dangled the carrot of They provide for wage settle and will not force anyone to FR 2-1189
/ "another,' tax cut in a few omy. inclined to blame the other for ments lImIted to industry's annual follow them,.I can call them to -
years' if the keeps "As demand increases and irresponsibility but he declared:
economy increase in output per,your attention and ask for your
\ expanding unemployment falls, managerswill "I do not believe labor or worker since World War U-or) cooperation."
But he warned: "We surely be tempted to raise pricesin business wants a renewed wage roughly 3 per cent
{ do not want this promise of spite of the already high price spiral any more than Bar- AFL-CIO President George FRED BUD.
progress to be threatened by in!profits and continuing excess ry Goldwater wants to run on Meany, one of Monday night'sguests Nu wonder a ..;
I # flation." capacity and unions will be the same ticket with Nelson has served notice the la- Louis 1 Seafare shrimp x Pk
I Some of the union leaders al tempted to force wages up fast Rockefeller.Middleburg bor federation will not--be bound- tastes so good-they DiCKinson

cook it juit like
"I FlybyNightInsurance Digs Miami Area they do their chicken"*

Gall them: FR 2-6311 CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR d,1D
Power Rates 309 North West 13th St


't l Outfits Hit Out of the MudI LoweredTALLAHASSEE iI-%;,

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1 WASHINGTON (APA FlorIda By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS feet wide and 45 homes were underwater (AP-Resi-' ;
}d man has urged the federal Middleburg residents returned Sunday night, residents dential customers of Florida i'XiIni.
1 to mud-filled homes and farm-
prepared to dig out.
government 'to take action Power and Light Company will
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i against "fly-by-night insurance I ers surveyed crop damage today Deputy Sheriff Paul Boyd of get nearly 45 per cent of the $10
companies" who victimize elder- after storms dumped up to ten Clay County said no one was reported million a year cutback of electricity .-- -
Inches of rain across North missing and "apparently -
ly people. rates ordered by the
Ii Loren Hicks, president of the Florida. everybody did get out." Two State Public Utilities Commis-
State Agriculture Commissioner men drowned at Maxville, Fla.,
North Broward Senior Citizens sion.
( Club to Pompano Beach, said Doyle Conner said vegetable while trying to evacuate a flooded .
damage had been reported, but home. Chairman Ed Mason of the "
at Monday the "wo mercy senior of citizens fly-by-night are i that the heavy rains helped dtrus Conner said most agricultural commission\ said that the lower 1 .- ., ... 'I,; ;1.l p, r .
;, \ companies who advertise groves and field crops.In sections of the state received rates were approved Mondayfor
the and Middleburg, where Black. three to 10 inches of rain. The the utility company to put
through mail. newspapers Creek swelled from 30 to 300 storm moved seaward late Mon- into effect on its May bills. "

"But we are also being victimized Wins Battle day. More than 900,000 customerswill
by slick insurance salesmen In the citrus groves there was get rate reductions averag
whose verbal statements do Over Beard little fruit droppage and the new ing five per cent. This! means
not coincide with the 'fine fruit should put on more weight. that 45 per cent of the savingswill
of their companies prinL'I' PETERBOROUGH, England Some fields of vine-ripened tomatoes be given to them.

: He made his statements (AP-Ivor Lewis, fired from near Pompano were. The commercial customerswill
Fl special Senate subcommittee on I his job as a clothing salesman abandoned and the potato harvest get 40 per cent of the reduction
frauds and misrepresentation affecting for refusing to shave off his at Hastings was temporarily and industrial, municipal
j the elderly. He said his: beard, was back at work today halted.In and governmental customerswill :
r group favored health care and triumphantly bearded. south Florida, there was get the other 15 per cent. '. .
hospitalization for the aged I I II The 20 year-old salesman had some damage to peppers, snap I Mason said that under the
I through-Social Security. I told his story to the newspapers. beans, cabbage, strawberries, egg plants, leaf, encumbers lower rate, 250 kilowatt hours of

J.Edwin Carson,Florida state Monday he and his branch man and squash but not to electricity would cost $6.92 in r
treasurer and insurance commissioner ager,.John Bowyer, were sum- celery crops and sweet corn, the Agriculture -Miami, compared to a state average '
told the committee be I moned to company headquarters Department reported. of $7.97.

t was :aware of the problems of in Leeds. Crops in Central and North 4
"The directors inspected the )
unlicensed mall order insurance'
Florida were not hurt, and actually -
i lolicitation. beard and considered it not too The 1964 New Hampshire license -
exaggerated and said they had should benefit. plates carry the dog a n .
increasing
that Florida's
"We felt
no objection to Mr. Lewis con- "Scenic" after going through .tI
number of older citizens -
1 could be fertile groundsfor tinning," Bowyer reported. Mail Tooter 1963 with "Photoscenlc."

suchrmail order activity," Lewis' beard comes down.
be saidV both sides of his face to an impish OSIJEK, Yugoslavia (AP) Orchids
point beneath his chin. For 11 years now, winter or I
Larson suggested that if older
summer, rain or snow, postman For
persons were adequately informed Borivoje Pupovac has put his II
Test ScootersIn '
there would be no desire for letter knapsack on his back and Her . <'.
them to obtain coverage froman Crime FightNEW hiked almost 20 miles delivering I 'tr-i.
unlicensed company which mail to 10 nearby villages.

would] not' the come insurance under the supervision YORK (AP) One police He walks with a cane and 2015 CREVASSE S.E. Hawthorne FLORIST Rd, ,," .. Just A Wee Bit 0' Checks To Wr te:?;'? r l.:; 'i:,
;of depart department will use motor carries a trumpet to toot the Phone FR 6-2514 I
bent scooters this summer as a news that the maD has arrived. : :,f i
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Rogers Backs parks.Deputy Police Commissioner COMPLETE LUNCHEON Open a ThriftiCheck personal! checking account

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Walter Arm said Monday that Jumto ,
Seizure BUIWASHINGTON 25 scooters would be tested in at the Citizens Bank. No minimum balancerequired i.
Manhattan's Central Park and Hamburger .

Paul Rogers, D-Fla.(AP, says) -a Rep.bill Prospect the 5 Park p.m., to Brooklyn 1 a.m.,shift during On. With Touted DiN Relish Bun 67 and checks cost just a few pennies P'

passed by the House will permit Arm said scooters can move Crispy French Fries' '.. .
Coast Guard seizure of Russian much faster than a foot patrol- .. Gjamy Colt Slew !I each, -" ,.. y-
and Cuban trawlers violating Hot Coffee or :i s
man or mounted policeman and Iced Tea COMPLETE
Florida waters. can get Into areas not accessible YOOT Second Cop of Ceffea er Iced Tea
Rogers said passage of the bill to cars. U Afway FULr
Monday "will give the U. S. a
law with teeth in it and do muchto .
halt Communist poaching in Flight Delay -p :
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9ur waters. The measure al-
ready had Senate approval HONOLULU (AP-Jean Mer-
ll Rogers said Russia "has at riam was to take off from Wake CAFETERIA!_ _
least one so called fishing trawler Island today on a direct flightto Lunch 11:30 a.m.. to 2:05 p.m.
on continuous full-time spy Honolulu, the Federal Aviation Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m. CITIZENS BANK !
duty" off Florida's east coast Agency said.Unfavorable 1212 North Main Street
and Cape Kennedy. weather condi-
I The bill provides a fine of tions prevented her from leav- GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir
|10,000 or a year's imprison- ing Wake Monday. The FAA Conditioned Open Daily & Sunday
ment or both, and seizure of any said the Long Beach, Calif., Free, Parking
vessel found to be violating the housewife should arrive in Honolulu Banquet Facilities PHONE 276-4491
I law. Existing law provides no at 12:30 a.m. EST Wednes 110 East University Ave. Gainesville, Florida Member FDIC
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1 f John A. Baldwin' :.A. +' : -f '' 4 .:*;' *"J-- "\t :;i ...:. ,> r'I.:' :*<. :'...,'. :: WE SPECIALIZE I

y SUDDEN SERVICE : '' .' "' ":' Hr." '-. ... j' : Y' .j.. utJ' ,. :,1['' hr Jn Building I

.. .. ..;, .. : :: : .. ,. Materials
I I w Heating & Air Conditioning ,'. : -* I -of.. #. 1-; :. ,;. ;... _- _
.k '. f> *****zrft* 04."-W.T 11 Lumber
HardwarePlywood
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Announced : ', Exterior and Interior
= Quality Workmanship y. x _t I Irata stwstrtArsn i, Blue Grass Tools
t 'a "F
+ 3 Expert Service I I HORNEjLumber

:Satisfied Customers John D. Baldwin, Owner of Gainesville's r x Co.

f r 376.5757 2303 N.W. 6th St.
.. ; Ph. FR 6-4568
Fastest Growing Customer Service

r OFFICE SUPPLIES 40%
Furniture Equipment ,
RUBBER STAMPS Business. an
r "WE MAKE ;.
tALL 376.1217 FOR c o' 55"r Discount
..fAST FREE DELIVERY S

I 1: BILL CHESNUT "Sudden Service Fuel Oil Co." SaleIs
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I Central Joh nD. Baldwin owner of and the appointments of Harold ditipning and has 15 years experience LORD BRYON'S

I OFFICE SUPPLYJ829 Gainesville's f a s test growing Burchett as general manager in this field. i:: SUNDRIES & COSMETICS
customer service business, and Tommy Howze as service '" ,. 1223 W. University
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1 HAWTHORNE ROAD and installation T Vi Block Off Th. CampusFUTURA
manager. Howze is a charter member.
"Sudden Service Fuel Oi ICo. and officer of the Northeast A. John Baldwin, owner of Mack Henderson is shown cutting fiberglass that will
'i .the Sudden Service Oil be molded into a quiet self-insulated duct system.
Burchett has 15 years ex Florida Chapter of the Refrig-
i f GOOD VISION I ISliltAl During the past three years perience in heating and air eration Service Engineers Society Company, is.

I l'' many customers have asked conditioning. He is a graduateof He is a Gainesville resident :+ :::;: ;:: ::'i:: I :: : : : Rr..k,": W_' ':

f I 1MOU I I John: Baldwin, owner of the several schools specializingin and welcomes the opportunity .-' .,. ".: :, >*:)." ': .,.:iff1 ? ",. ;'* > .. ::: :::, .. .
-Our Sudden Service Oil Company, engineering, design, application for service to his many
Let
Skill Protect youreye "Why aren't you in the heatingand installation and service of friends. i''i {2; ,
sight for a lifetime of use air conditioning businesstoo residential and small commer- i' }
I cial heating and air conditioning Sudden Service Oil Company '5
Abofe-Ground
i I BECKUM'S ? systems. pledges: Full SWIMMING Size; POOLS .
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t From $1495distributed -
.:r OPTICIANS These customers volunteered"If Burchett's vast experience 1. The best in quality work- '',..brKSpx SUDDEN SERviCE'OJL by
22 W. University Av*. you gave the same type of enables Sudden Service Com- manship performed by skilled 4'M
Phone FR 6-3516 SERVICE in heating and air pany to offer the public the I personnel at a reasonable price. 6.4404McCALLUM CO.
conditioning that you give your latest in efficient and economical -2. A quality oil-fired furnace
GAINESVILLE'SWurlitzer fuel oil customers, the businesshas equipment, installation and with a 20 year guarantee on
/ to grow." service. the heat exchanger and fiberglass S .o. I
I duct work that insures WHOLESALE

t M Piano and Organ After a two year search for Howze is also exceptionally I a well insulated, quiet opera- 504 N.W. 8th Ave.

f Dealer the best qualified personnel to qualified. Until recently he has tion. j S Locker
the business, John 5 Rentals
manage .
1 EARL'SPIANO been as s 0 cia ted with MCCALL'S irPj I ,
Baldwin announces the formation 3. Satisfield customers that
1s SERVICE, Jackson- .
( CO. of: ville's largest fuel oil dealer.He will be our best advertisement.. ;,t 9 b ::1, Nf YSv rYr Beef ForFreezers ...

EARL SKUCE. Your is a graduate of Commercial -4. Expert service on all makes "
Authorized Dealer The Sudden Service Heatingand Trades Institute of Chicago of central heating and air con For '-'' '
Prompt \
702 Colonial W. University Plaza Av. Air Conditioning. Company .in heating and air con- ditioning systems. i Delivery Call ...A,
,.. PH. 372.2222 1 4 372-5351
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Plenty of FREE Parking BEEF PATTIE. SPECIALIST. .

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._ SEWING MACHINE '. :' -7'-:. .. ': General manager Harold Burchett is shown above discussing plans for a central RUSS'S J JSheet.Metal'

SERVICE CO. S P : heating and air-conditioning, system for a Gainesville home with Service manager .
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DEALER FOR S 5- ;..;-,ay- ,Tommy, Howze., .., .. ,...._,_ ......,. .... +.
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NATIONALLY WORLDS FINEST ADVERTISED b: .;? \t 1 ; ,:1 .: i ': _: : :!I .

MACHINES ,, .. '. ,, .> Heating & Air-Conditioning
SEWING <'
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UNIVERSITYPh. q 7xt
815 WEST
2 2520 N.E. 18th Terrace
376-1075
Ph. FR 6-8282
FUTURAground
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,DRIVE-UP WJNDOW 0 C

UNITEDRentAils


swimming pool extended use, and offers a builtin i
patio deck for parties. rQ e c .r'Y ,a6 For TOOLS
k '. BEDS

Sudden Service Oil Companyis 7. Futura is a price nich; x M' .,{ A t yri TABLES *
Futura Pool's franchise distributor -below w hie h no quality Proc w :k CHAIRS
for North Central Flor- uct can go. Bank financing lowers Contractors
ida. monthly outlay to $30. Supplies
k "We Rent
L MostEverything" ,
Call Sales Manager Joe Boonc R s
John Baldwin, owner of Sud- and be among the first in your 625 N.W. 8th Aye.

den Service, cites these advan- neighborhood to own a full-sized FR 6.18 35Car1os.fflJoi
1 QUALITY tages to Futura pools: swimming pooL Prices start at A y\?a
$1,499 installed, or lower on a v lL: .
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do-it-yourself basis.
!t t Since 1937 1. Self fenced designs makes Service Manager Tommy H owze and helper are shown ve loading insulation into, one of their serviceme. !

I And Horn Operated Owned unguarded entry by infants im- trucks for a Gainesville ho .

possible. The life protected
Fast Low-Cost Radio Dispatch stairway swings when poolis o RESIDENTIAL
up
Delivery Within 50 Miles .
THE BEST COSTS LESS not in use. O COMMERCIAL
y 0 INDUSTRIAL
FUILGASJnc. All Type Lighting; Fixtures
2. Futura's above g r o u nd Make Selection From Our
:. PHONE 376-5393 design permits installation with or toll
.Showroom<<5359
I 12 S.W. 1st St.-Gainesville little or no d i s t u rbance to 18thTerrace
grounds. No heavy equipment is +esd'

i For The LATEST needed to excavate. !

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327-0030 three days or less via precision -
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err of pre con-
FR 6.5997 FHONI
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REPAIR WORK-
4. Futura's above ground
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:. construction will not interfere
.a BEAUTY SHOPS with septic tank on fields t ha t RYALSPLUMBING
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j 3729 W. University Ave.
I 311 N.W. 13th St.MARY now rule out swimming! pools in ; JNC.
: any new suburban develop 722 MAIN STREET ':
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ments.. f FREE CUSTOMER PARKING :
F Let ;
Mary Seven models to choose from. I
-5. Futura is built UP from the ..

..Turner, Be ground blocking entry of sur- John Baldwin. distributor of the Futura Pools, is Self-fence design with lock-up stairway E>JtU6 STORE

YourBridal face dirt such as grass clip- ,shown inspecting a recent installation with sales Redwood construction braced with steel

pings, l leaves,.dust and paper. manager, Joe Boone.. 5 .

Consultant!( e. ,_ J : '..' .:. 't t. f r .;; ;. {j. :; ->; ': .: Complete jet stream filtering systemS 5
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6. Futura.can .be. heated for ;,; ,J..t *. i i* i II .\iUiJA \." .i S Veranda sun deck, all four sides. -S w ., w

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FR 2-8S61 .
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1 YOUR PfRSONAl DRUGSTORE -

.r".. For The FINEST I WHEN PLANNINGALL We /' Over- "40 Years Of .s

', '0 0 and FASTEST TYPES OF L5 PLUMBINGSEWER SpecializeIn For Your Complete LeadershipPyrpFar ;; :

,.. HAMBURGERS, PRINTINGCALL .. .Insurance

\ a CHEESEBURGERS. 376.8215 Convertible Tops &Wi j ;?>t1 .5 5 Needs "Quality Controlled". :.
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MILK !
.. SHAKES. FOR A PEPPERREPRESENTATIVE WORK Tailor-Made Cover's / r s Call GAS ,SERVICE : '
BEAUTICIAN FRENCH FRIESIt's '
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for cleaning i And 'Interior's KNITTING and Howard Adams"Bill" .
Modern equipment : rrEConoafdtil"
Call-- TO HELP YOU. FastPYROPAX
entraf sewers. Sink water and all NEEDLEWORK.SUPPLIES : I
PEPPERPRINTING, drains from */)" to 8" lines. COOPERAUTO S CampbellADAM'S ;: :
Hair Styling College Phone, .!tZ.14SJ'I !
CHANDLERSDRIVEIN: CO. ,ANNIS FINISHING... INSURANCE' :
j :: 218 S.E. First St. Northcentral. Florida's. TRIM FREE AGENCY
INSTRUCTIONS
..PLUMBING. ,
tT FR 6.4105 ; Leading Printer 625 W. University Ave. 234 S.W. 4th Ave. GAS 00MI :
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1024 S. Main Street Phone 372-3501 376.7081 2031 N.W.-6th 5tPh : I '
MONDAYS 720 ,N.vi. nth St. I Gainesville ,florUa. i 101 O $.MAin or Street. : 376-4664 Ph. FR 6-6161 Ph. FR 6.8236'i { 802 y/ Univ. 4 r.. .,: -

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)h hIi II L_ cIFANuPPAlltTuP Swimming J..

Holes Also i
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V.. Death TrapsThe .! :


III '\\rI "good ole swimmin' hole" .a a

I may be a death trap, says the '
\ t tII ::ir State Board of Health. Florida I.W BOB

,
1\\' \_ averages 414 drownings per '.. .
year, with the summer months .
L accounting for about half the t .
.
tragedies.In .

fact, drownings are third JORDAN j
.' highest cause of accidental I MIt !
; ooI p fEES death in Florida, exceeded only ..
by traffic accidents and fatal
O falls. And 50 per cent of the
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; drownings each year are"youngsters" Your Sheriff
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.i I places, supervisedand : s
unsupervised, are most

dangerous, according to the
( board of health's figures. Rec-

I31SET YouR CoRNER HEDGE FoRht l v o PLACE CORNER SHRUBBERY IN reaction places accounted for JORDAN IS EXPERIENCED IN I
t 269 out of 442'drownings in 1962.

A DANGEROUS BLIND COWV6R./ ACCORDANCE WITH SAFETY LAWS. Small boats were next with 104. 'THE FIELD OF LAW ENfORCEMENT :


The "harem" of a male elk has conducted investigations, worked traffic, served civil papers and .

I,may include as many as 60 performed other duties and responsibilities of the Sheriff's Department. I

11 St. Pete Paper Is Pulitzer WinnerI


.. .

e Ntm dark Intra for their work on the Viet Nam editorial writing based on Browne and Halberstam who
NEW YORK No work of war and the overthrow of Pres- "steadfast adherence to her edi shared one award and Magee, nOD JORDAN IS EXPERIENCED IN :
il? American fiction, drama or ident Ngo Dinh Diem. torial duty in the face of great Gaudiosi and Meyer, who also
/ musfa:was judged worthy of a pressure and opposition." She shared one award. COURT PROCEDUREserved- ,
The gold medal for public .
i 1964PuitzerPrize; Its the has long campaigned against
service awarded to the St. Award winners in the field of
was
firstnfane since the prizes were Times. This crime and corruption and has served 5'A years as the ,Chief Counselor of the Juvenile Court. :
Petersburg received
was letters each of whom
I established. in 1917 .that three insisted on printing stories' ..
for a year-long investigation and ..
white $500, were:
fieldsof art failed to win 'of what called against the wishes of the Judges of value Gke .
was
awards.--: :-- "-" coverage"reckless unchecked spend- Citizens Council. HISTORY Sumner Chilton: the value of our car ..

Members .of the 14-member ing" by the Florida State Paul F. Conrad won a prize Powell 40, for his "Puritan Village insurance! Contact :
advisory board reported that Turnpike Authority, which led for editorial cartoons published : The Formation of a' New me today JORDAN IS WELL. TRAINED TO .
professionals serving as jurorsin over the year, in the Den- Town." He 10
England spent
to a reorganization of the state
the three.fields had not sent that is: expected to save millions ver Post. Conrad recently shifted years in a search of original 117 NJ-. WORK. WITH OUR YOUTH! ;
in a single nomination. The jurors of dollars in future bond to the Los Angeles Times. source material in Sudbury and 16th Ave. -..
appointed by Columbia University For the first time since the .
issues. Marlboro, Mass., and in the
1 1 may 'offer two to five awards started in 1917, a special, English villages from which the PhoneFRanklin .
I Norman C. Miller Jr. of the Pulitzer citation this
recommendations; the board was given founders of the New England
then makes a recommendation Wall Street Journal won the year to a group of newspapersthe towns emigrated. Vote For Bob Jordan, ;
| to the university's board oft prize for local general or spot Gannett Newspapers which 2-0444 ... .
j. trustees, which selects the win- news reporting for his reportof BIOGRAPHY Walter Jack ;. And Get An Experienced Man For .
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ners. "a multimillion-dollar vege- coverageof son Bate, 46, for "John Keats. -
/' Twelve:p fizes and one citation -table oil swindle" in New Jer road 'to integration." He is chairman of the English Ralph Turlington : YOUR SHERIFF :
in the bankruptcy of the Department at Harvard Univer
\ JKelfilaMounced in journalism sey
The series, using reportorial
; Allied Crude Vegetable Oil and f 61097 PULL LEVER 20A TODAY
:anthers! photographic and editorial resources -sity.GENERAL -
Merriman-Smith of Unitedi Refining Corp. NON-FICTION STATE FARM f"1
of the Gannett papers, A (Paid Adv.)
Richard Hofstadter, 48, professor teMiitott tore Caper .
I Press International won the for The prize for local investigative -,plus its news bureaus in Washington :- of American history of.Columbia 11m fItIicI:.....,.; .. I .I".IC! .
for national
I prize reporting t
N.Y. and Trenton
other
or specialized report- ; Albany, -
Ken. for "Anti-Intellectualism ..
.. his; p Q\'ezage'UfPresident': ing went to Albert V. Gaudiosi N.J., stressed case historiesof '
Life. He the
assassination in American won
nedy's '
and James V. MaGee re- people and communities that
Robert H.:Jackson of the Dallas 1956 Pulitzer Prize .in historyfor .
porters, and Frederick A. Meyer are solving problems of integrated -
Times Herald wort the photographyprize photographer, of the Philadelphia housing, employment and "The Age of Reform," a .
I for his pictureof Bulletin. This was for education.The study of populism and progres-
the fatal shooting of Lee H. sivism.
numbers racket
an of a
expose work was acclaimed by SENSATIONAL :
Oswald, accused assassin of and police collusion that resulted POETRY-Louis Simpson 41,
the Pulitzer board as a "distin-
the President by Jack Ruby, in 18 dismissals and suspen- a native of Jamaica for "At the
of the of
guished example use a
Dallas nightclub operator. sions from the police depart- End of the Open Road. He is
Malcolm. Browne of the newspaper group's resources to I an assistant professor of Englishat
ment.
'*, Associated Press and David complement the work" it individual the University of Californiaat ANNOUNCEMENT "

Halberstam of the New YorkTimes Mrs. Hazel Brannon Smith' newspapers. Berkeley, once worked as a
shared the prize for reporting -of the Lexington (Miss.) Adver' The journalism winners received -copyboy for the New York Her-
< on international affairs tiser, was awarded a prize for $1,000 each, except ald Tribune.

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f 'AN EDITOR'S DREAM GAINESVILLEDIAMOND .WIJ O/72


I. PRESIDENTST. 1703 N. MAIN ST.
d SAYS TIMES'
CAB GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA i

PETERSBURG (AP) 1 published; the St. Petersburg Independent with grafic'arts and mechanical Acms Fr m G eyh u dus r
To Nelson Poynter the awardof I said: departments which met heroic Sutwn5.W.
deadlines and circulators .4* Avenve
the Pulitzer gold medal for "All 650 Times and Independent -
who knew where and how to
staffers bursting with Call 372-3376
meritorious service to his St. I are
Petersburg Times for a seriesof J pride. The turnpike was Mar- sell extra newspapers. DAY or NIGHT r'
articles that changed the face I tin Waldron's story, but even "It's an editor's dream. wi
of the Florida turnpike authority I tie couldn't be two and four
was "an editor's dream." 'places at the same time. Jack ,
Nease became Martin's part
The Times was cited yester :.ner. QUIET COMFORT
day by the Columbia University i wI
trustees who dispense the Pulitzer "The backup team rangedall
i ..e roomfulFRIGIDAIRE
the through the news
I Prizes for "an editorial way I
campaign to uncover fradulent and editorial departments alongEectrica'1' .,

spending public funds by the .

Florida ity.." state turnpike author- ALL DAY WEDNESDAY, MAY 6th


The series which ran during ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS I

February and March 1963 un- Hot Water HeatersFOR
der the bylines of Martin Wal- ALL ELECTRICAL NEIDS WATCH and WAIT ORDERED
dron the Times' Tallahassee Residential Commercail

correspondent and Jack Nease Industrial Don't fail to see' big page ad Wednesday afternoon ,
( resulted in four new pieces of I It CALL in the Gainesville Sun giving complete CLOSED
t legislation and a constitutional! C. P. Dressier details and prices.

d amendment. I Electrical Contractor

*; Poynter, president of the St.\\ Phone FR -6193 worth of TO MARK
910 N.W. 4th St.Today. Involving $80,000.00 America's finest DOWN PRICES
which
Petersburg Times also I R
furniture and nationally advertised bedding.. A UNCRATE MERCHANDISE ,

I storewide sale with nothing held back, except for ENGAGE EXTRA HELP .
; a
a few nationally advertised items. Terrific reducTAKE INVENTORY -

r tions in all departments. Don't miss this sensaREARRANGE STOCKS :

tional parade of quality furniture at bargain COMPLETE ALL PREPARATIONS


"It ain't the heat it's the humidity" prices. FOR AN UNPRECEDENTED SALE!

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I :. P/esented. As A,Public Service By IT "PAYS"' YOU. THE BIG SALE STARTS UNBELIEVABLE :

OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. DISCOUNTS'10yo

I "-.Ic r.icla. R -'24% THURSDAY MORNING AT BARGAINS

; >> JIM VOYLESAPPLIANCES EVEN 50% 9 O' LQCK, IN A BARGAIN? IN EVERYDEPARTMENT ,

) : NATIONAL BANK AT GAINESVILLE BLAZE'OF GLORY! '

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Mfmb er federal" Deposit Insurance Corp. .. Member Florida
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I .10 : c Galnes illeSun. Tuesday May 51.1964_ -=_ __ _
a t 1 f FSU Gives.,.. ,. '
Home Talk Over :
< '
Eulbrignt Cyprus
t : : I
.See k'MC. Reports of Imminent ,: : ." :J;:;.' .i...' : Diplomas .LONDON-,(AP-U.S., Sen. J but said he does not have time .ing broke out last Christmas .:

lOf Accord: 12 in ,',County W.,Fulbright and British Prime to go to Cyprus. and now are the largest contin-
Blow -'Gastro..Persist' Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home Britain Greece and Turkeyare gent in the U.N. peace force .t
: '
I Florida:State'.University mailed discussed the intricacies and the guarantors of the .Cyprus -there.
_
: jOnilliglitsi 4. .diplomas -to .eight Alachua dangers'of: ,the Cyprus disputetoday. constitution which is Fulbright on his arrival Mon

last week In .. threatened by the fighting be- day night said he brought! no
:
residents
.to \ BEN F. MEYER topple Cuba's Prime Minister help; failed in' a's a and land County
By :
i WASHINGTON (AP tween the Greek and Turkish U.S. proposals but was
) Top new
Lucretia
Alachua- Eva Layne .
attack the Castro The
WASHINGTON ,(AP) Rumor& Fidel .Castro. .' gainst forcesat Arkansas- Democrat,
l
Senate' leaders of)both*parties : 3S in business,: and Juliett Cypriot communities. British touring to learn. He attended a
t arranged to confer with'Jptpartment are, flyingonce'that again These 'reports, 'increasingly the Bay: of Pigs. WOod,. BS',.in home economics; chairman of the Senate Foreign, forces have been trying to keep briefing session at the US. Em- ..
Cuban' exiles, new Relations 'Committee
"t : officials today in among be made to persistent both in: Washington The exiles say a different.type In Gainesville, ;:Hugh Edward ; called at peace on the east Mediterraneanisland bassy before meeting Douglas-
efforts, will soon
No.
JO St. at the
an, effort to agree'on amend.: and' in Miami,. 'say: the Castro operation -.much smaller than Feely, BS' in business, Sand r a Downing start since the communal fight Home. \
j inents to the Hous, .passed civil. Communist regime 'soo:,may I the Bay of Pigs in some ways, Vel Dink, Richards,' BS in of Cyprus fact-finding missionfor
" rights.... bill. ..Foreign; 'Profs.Teaching :, fmd itself under: terroriSt and and much larger 'in others-is. hOme economics;' Robert Olin President Johnson. He also
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.,f, securing a coaching position that would have to qualify r .7 .. ,. the year, each time setting off Celtics To WinWITH

as a "dream" job, especially for a young man starting. his ;.,t the complicated system of lights Expecting }

career in his chosen field. *... and horns which greet each Ath- '

Last night the home phone jangled. It was Feely, calling : :; letic homer in Municipal Stadi-- -

um. Counts Next Season
c- ':r1t ;
S Takes Lead t
kk4 .-1 :: The circuit shots gave Cola- .- .. I
vito the American League lead By BOB GREEN State standout, its No. 1 choice. of :Pan American', St. Louis 1

P1rMJ1z and The Pistons bad been expected went for Jeff' MullinS of Duke,
kept the horns
tooting over-
NEW FORK (AP-The Boston '
time. The A's have belted eight Celtics, who usually win to go for height a'member of.the Olympic team,,
Baltimore picked Ohio State and San Francisco tapped Bar.ryKramerofNYUlntheother
homers in the last three games when it' counts
.. expect to be .
-Brands Philadelphia
All-America Gary
,
I and 24 in their 12home games. winning WITH Counts next sea-
took :Lueious JacksonJunior first-round.
picks
,,_ I Colavito's first homer. with son.

si the bases empty in the fifth, .
-
i w '- ---I -
gave Kansas City a 3-2 edge. He The Celtics were pleasantly

long distance to inform me that the dream post,was ,his and also connected in the eighth surprised to .find Met Counts

appropriate announcement could be. made. FORMER GAINESVILLE ACE PROMOTED with Jim Gentile aboard, and still available when it came Ft .

Eddie Feely Head Coach at Cocoa Beach Bill Bryan followed with another -their turn to make 'a first-round j

I Wonderful Opportunity : home run for the A's. choice in the annual National :

I The victory nudged the A's to basketball Association. draft -

: : The Fox takes over next fall at Cocoa Beach High Schoolin To Head I within one-half game of owner Monday. .They quickly grabbedoff

booming Brevard County. Feely Charles Finley's No.1'targets, the.7-foot.Oregon State center -

: It truly has to qualify as a wonderful opportunity for Feely. the New York Yankees, who, as a potential back-up man :1fr

?. His principal is Phil Constans, former Gainesville resident, along with the Detroit Tigers, to Bill Russell 1 -S z f, -

Kirby Smith principal and a man who has known Feely since Staff were idle. .
Russell's
\, his early athletic days ,as an elementary and junior high Coaching In other American League man on the .six-time present champion back-up fr : ;. i-t: I

I player games; 'Chicago overcame two Celtics is 34yearold.Clyde Lo-

Feely steps into a modern new plant and a school which Bob Allison homers and beat vellette, who is considering i **_ :i i 'u

will start in Class A but will boom to an expected enrollment At Cocoa Beach Minnesota 10-5; Leon Wagner retirement .This obviously 13 4 K 11 ik

Cocoa Beach will be clubbed a grand-slam homer as the Celtics ,'I
of %,400ithin four years. In addition, prompted to go-for

"fed" by its own ,junior high school which will have ,some Cleveland defeated Boston 7-4 the big man,when their',.turn to : t/1 M

I 1,6 students. COCOA-Eddie Feely, former Florida 'State Univ. and Baltimore exploded for aneight.run' pick came around.

;rsity football quarterback and ex-star: for Gainesville inning on just four,hits Worst First :
The Minutemen step out In style in their first year. f .
_
High School, has been named head grid coach and &
; They will play Cocoa and Melbourne, both Class AA teams, Under the NBA rules, the -,- ..11 -
athletic director at Cocoa Beach, High School which -
'
and Daytona Beach Seabreeze, a trio of natural rivals. In will next fall.Feely's Boxes team with the poorest won-lost

addition, other schools in Brevard Co., such as Satellite High. ,, open intmentwas .....,".,,.,.'.. record picks first, the best Iait.Tha :
announced -
Eau Gallic and Titusville, will be on the schedule. app gave the,New YorkKnicksirst '
school -
today by principal
I' choice Boston .Jast with *k zv
Night Game ,
least. "I was able to line Phil Constans, former principal -
Feely Is enthusiastic, to say the CLEVELAND BOSTON !the others. picking in reserve
Constans. He is going to make at Kirby Smith elementary brhbi abrhbi
of Dr.
staff with the help -
up my Howser ss s 2 3 Schilling 2b 4 0 1 0 order of,.the standings.
of the state. I have school in Gainesville and onetime Davalillo cf 4 2 I
Cocoa Beach a model school for the rest 1 0 Earley p 0000 "Counts Can'run like"heck for .
Wagner If 4235 bNixon
been told the faculty tops and we're looking forward to head of the Florida Education Smith rf 4000 Bressoud ss' 1000 4120 jyg Boston Coach. Ged
a. guy
and athletic that will draw Association.The Aicue c 3012 Y'trze'skl If 3000
building an educational program Held 2b .4000 Malzone 3b 3001 Auerbach said. "We would like
state." Alvis 3b .. 0 1 Stuart Ib 4 1 1 0
and benefit the
attention to the area slick Seminole quarterback Francona Ib 4 0 2 0 Clinton rf 4000 to have. had Joe Caldwell, but

The Cocoa Beach staff will be young and aggressive. Assistant of 1960-62, called "T h e Donovan p 4100 Conlgilaro c cf 3 4123 2 1 1Tlllman we're satisfied."

gird mentors, as noted in another story today,' will be Fox," for his adroit play, has J. Spanswick aJones 2b p 1 2020 0 0 0 .Thedraft actually started

Jimmy Morgan of last year's UF team, John Levings of lined up a staff of four assist- Totals M 711 7 Totals 33355 with Los Angeles'and Cincinnati
a-Singled for Spanswick In 7th; b-
the 1962 FSU squad, Tom Wasdin of Jacksonville Paxon and ants. ... Fouled out for Earley In fth. exercising territorial choices-a

Benchadler of High. Line Coaches > > '. Cleveland ................. 200 oot 400-7 system that .will be abandoned
Danny Taylor } Boston ....................030 000 011-i
Feeley said_ .his line coacheswIllbeJinunyMorgan ;( next year-in advance of the

"We're not sure we'll be able to start right off In the.new. .of last. ,:...,..c,.:: : ," 2715.E-None.DP-Held PO-A, -Francona Cleveland and 27-K Howswer; Boston regular round of picks. ,, ; ,... : ( ....
school," Feely said. "You know they're on strike,jJowiuhere year's Florida, team for defense' "'IIi Cleveland Donovan, Howser Boston and 5. Francona. LOB- -The Lakers picked AU-Amen:' t 'fr't #, ,1 i.y:

and construction is not on schedule. ( and John Levings, .a teammateof ; ; 28 Stuart. Bressoud. Jones. 3B- ca Walt Hazzard, backcourt
Azcue. HR ,
Tlllman
: Wagner Conigliaro. Tennis
Feely's at FSU, for defense. : ,, $-Malzone. SF-Azcue. play-maker ace of the NCAA High
... ,,,,. ,
A 90-Acre Plant Morgan was center and acting I ,-.' "", ::: DonovanW,2.O.9 IP H 9 R 5 ERBBSO 5 3 4 champion UCLA Bruins and

but captain most ofthe_ 1963 season, ..........,. .k' .'.W. W ,. '_ ',.>.w, ;; panswlck Earley.,..L.....0-2.....7.9 f* 7 a 7 a 2 A 4 i the Royals chose 6-8 George Westwood and Howard Bishop junior high schools
"We'll practice on a nearby elementary school field for the Gators.Levings layed JIMMY-MORGAN- WP.-$panswlc PB-Azcue. U-Kinna- Wilson of Cincinati. started tennis this season. Front row, from left, are

our own athletic plant is a fine one and we'll use it for guard for FSU. .- ,. Feely Aide 4-12,537.mono Honochiek, Rung Smith. T227. Jim (Bad News) Barnes of Robby Bethel, Jim Stakley and Frankie Sanford of

home games." The Cocoa Beach plant encompasses 80 acres. The offensive backfield coach Texas Western was the first Westwood. Back row, from left, are John Hendrix,

Feely said Cocoa Beach will go along with the state foot- for Cocoa Beach, to be knownas I I LOS ANGELES Night Game KANSAS CITY man selected ,by the Knicks in Stead Rountree, Glenn Brasington and Steve Hall of \

ball playoff plan. the Minutemen,, will be Tom!I Pearson cf abrhbi 4000 Causey IS abrhbi 4120 the regular draft. The 6. Howard ,Bishop. (Sun photo). -

Asked It future Minutemen scheduling might Include alma Wasdin, head cage mentor at RussiansWin STorres Moran 3b 3110 l000Green Charles 2b 3D 5022 5010 foot-8, 240-pounder averaged

mater Gainesville High, Feely said, "Well, we'll have to. grow Jacksonville Paxon High School Thomas rf 4122 Gentile Ib 2100 29.1 points a game last season

Class AA first. But I think we'll certainly try: to work the few and for- Adcock aDees Ib 301 Colavito rf 4223 and No. 5 the
up to past years a' Ib 1100 Lau c 2000 was among naion's Junior !
Title Rodgers c :3000 bAlusik 0000 Highs -. :-: .
out something. mer Waldo High School athletic Klrkpatr'k If 4 1 3 1 Jimenez 1000 collegiate rebounders. :

football followers. There"nev star. Wasdin also will be dSa'riano Knoop 2b 3000 Bryan c 1111 Detroit, which had the second
for 1000
All this is good news area Reynolds 4010
mind who knew head cage mentor for Cocoa LIMA, Peru (AP) Russia's Koppe ss 3000 Mathews cf 3220 pick, surprised by making the
doubt in anyone's anyone
er has been a eFregosi 0 0 0 0 Pena p 4011
Eddie for length of time, 'that here is a young Beach. powerful team crushed Bulgaria fSlmpson' 0000 6-5.( Caldwell, a swift Arizona Start TennisJunior
Feely any i
Danny BenchadlerThe I' 72-55 Monday night and clinchedits OslnsM leeI' p 1000 1000 -:
destined to success.
man defensive backfield coach. second straight title in the Spring 0000 .

The timetable for placing a United States astronaut on the will be Danny Benchadler who i Women's World Basketball Smith Fowler p p 0001 1000 Major high tennis made its wood. \

moon is. geared for 1969 or 1970. Don't be surprised if Cocoa coached Taylor High of Pierson Tournament. Totals A-Ran for Adcock 33474 in Totals 4th; b-Announced:35 712 7 debut in the city this spring The tennis season wound up

Beach gets to the championship moon of athletic success last year. Czechoslovakia beat Brazil for In 6th Lau; In Grounded 6tll; c-Struck out: out for for Knoop Alusik In ,LeadersNATIONAL with Westwood and Howard with cookout at Howard Bishop

Feely, who went after graduation -69-41 in the other game on the 9th; e-Walked for Koppe In tth; f-Ran. Bishop fielding teams. last Friday afternoon. It is
for.Fregosi in tth
; g-Filed out for Pearson
from FSU to Howard College -final' doubleheader of the long in 9th. LEAGUE expected that P. K, Yon g e

in Birmingham Ala., tournamnt. Los Angeles ........_..... 100 001 001-4 Batting, ..46 3.$;at Allen.bats Philadelphia.- Mays San J8VRuns FranCisco The two schools played fourmatches and Buchholz j trnlo r high
Kansas ........... ...
first.STEARNS City ooo 210 13x-7 _
where .San 22 with .Howard Bishop
he Mays Francisco
planned to study law, The Russian triumph left ; schools will start tennis next
E-Pena, Charles. PO-A Los Williams. Chicago; Boyer and White
Angeles .
WINS decided to cast his lot in the them with a 6-0 record. in the 2 4-5 Kansas City 27-14. DP-Causey: St. LouIs. 13. _'. I winning three of the clashes. spring,
field of coaching. final round robin series. Czechoslovakia Green Gentile; Gentile Causey.. Gentile. Runs batted In .Maya San, FranCisco .Harold Henderly coached. How- ,
-LOB-Los Angeles a. Kansas City 13. .* 25; Williams Chicago; Stargell, I. In the final match of the sea-'

At GHS, Feely starred in foot- finished with a 5-1 record -rick.2B-Klrkpatrlck.Green, Causey.. HR Mathews-Thomas, Kirkpat-, Cola Pittsburgh Hits ,Mays and, San Boyer Francisco St.\ Louis 29;.15.Clement -,ard Bishop and, James Stakely' son the doubles team of Hendrix-

ball and baseball and also played and second place, followed vito 2. Bryan. SF-Smith. *, -Pittsburgh, and Bayer St. LouIs .- i tutored Westwood. ,Brasingto .'.of Howard Bishopdefeate&WbltfordScI
.
NO-HITTER basketball. He is the son of in order by Bulgaria 4-2, the B. Lee ........... 32-35 IP H R Z ERBBSS 24' 3 Doubles 26. -- Cardenas Clnnclnnatl; Playing for Howard Bishop : eder of .,
ON Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Feely 1817 United States 3-3 Brazil 2-4 Osinskl ......... 12-32 1 1 3 1 Clement and Stargell Pittsburgh. 7. were'John'Hendrix, Glenn Bra- .
Spring .......... 1-3 0 1 Triples Santo, Chicago. 3; EIGht Westwood and Bishop's H a 11I -
NW 12th Terrace, Gainesville. Yugoslavia 1-5 and Peru (0-6.) :owler. L, 0-2 .... 2 4 4 4 1 2 tied with 2. sington, Steve Hall,Stead Roun defeated 'West-1: i
Rountree
Smith ........... MI 000 1 Horn runs Mays San Francisco I
Pena W. 3-2 .:... f .7 44 3 3 I 10; Howard Los Angeles I. : tree and Bill Gaston. wood's Home and QsseH. '
Hard throwing Robert balL U-Hurley, Flaherty, Carrigan, Halter, '.- AMERICAN, LEAGUE Westwood 'players 'Included I

Stearns hurled P. K. Yonge to Overall, Hansen led the Wave T-2:57. A5,434.Night Game Volt.Batting..t2t;35 Fregosl at bats Los- Freehan Angeles, .425.De- Jim Stakely Bill Dees, .

I the Keystone Conference base- for the season with a .425 bat- WASHINGTON abrkbi BALTIMORE. abrhbi Minnesota.Runs Rollins 17. Minnesota. .IIi Ollva,I II I Lewie Vidal .Frankie Sandford, Palatka Ace -

ball championship last night at ting mark. Tommy Stalnak e r Brlnk'an ss 4. 1 1 Brandt cf hOC,I Runs batted. In '- Wagner Cleve- Hank Schroeder, Robby Bethal,
and. If Colavito Kansas City 15.
Blas'atne2b4oloAparlcleu 4122 ;
Harris Field as he twirled a no- posted a .412 mark before Hinton M 3100 Robjnson 3b 4 0 1 1 Hits Olive Minnesota 32; Rollins. Carl Home, Terry Cissell, Bill Stops StarkePALATKA
_..... _._ .. breaking his ankle. in.a subgroup King rf 4122 Slebern 10 423 Minnesota, 25. -
: Lock rf 0000 Powell If 321 Doubles Robinson Bait Imore; Schwartz, David Prior and John
tourney game. Solley hit: Skowron Ib l000Bowensrf 412, Bressoud and Malzone Boston Demeter -
I Brumlev c 4000 Adalr 2b .3 loa I and Wert Detroit and Rollins Mltv Whitford. Charlie Payne
ROBERTS .356, Rusty Marcus, .341; and AMERICAN LEAGUEW. Tomorrow's Games Hunt cf 3210 Orsbw -c 322 iweota S.Triples. Rosemary Threatte, .Helen I burled a' no-hitter and Palatka
I L Pd. G.B. Kennedy 3b 4 0 1 0 Estrada p 100 Hinton. Washington. 4;
I STEARNS. John Wiegman .293. Cleveland 4 .692 Chicago at San Francisco Cheney p 3021 Hall p 210 4; Versaliet Minnesota 3. I Pierce and Susan Haward also .broke loose for eight runs in the
Chicago 1 5 .415 1 Cincinnati at New York N Duckworth 0000 Home runs Colavito Kansas City '
i Rob Hansen had a 3-0 mound Detroit 1 7 .533: 2 Milwaukee at Philadelphia. N Rk&lk p 0000 I; Allison Minnesota. .. participated in tennis .for West- sixth inning to down Starke 9-0
I :Baltimore 1. 7 .533 2 St. Louis at Pittsburgh N aVatentine 1. 0 0 last night and win the A-3 base-
No-Hits mark and Mac Johnson finished I Minnesota .500 2\\ Houston at Los Angeles. N Totals 34 4 7.4 Totals 321111IIa
to i New York .500 2V4 -Struck out for Ridzlk hi 9th. ball crown:,
2-1. Stearns lone loss came ; : "
I Green Cove I Kansas City .467 3 FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW. Washingte ............ 111 1M 000- 4 Marks 'defe state
'-' The Braves ding'
base- Washington I 11 .421 4 L Pet. G.B Pair of Shutouts ,
Crystal River in the group Baltimore .............'. 001 HO lOx-1E !
Los Angeles 7 10 .412 4 Daytona Beach 12 2 J57 -
i 1 ball meet. The Pirates top p e d I Boston ., .400 ,4 Ft. Lauderdale 11 4 .733 1V4 -Hinton, Blasingame. PO-A-Washington Class A champions, led only 1-0"
; St. Petersburg 5 .*43 3 24-13 Baltimore 27-7. DP-Blasin" after only five innings and*
Dunnellon last night: to win the Yesterdays Results Tampa 7 7 .500 5 game Brlnkman and Skowron; Ridzik
hitter against Fernandina tourney. Baltimore 11. Washington 4 Lakeland 4 7 Ml SVt Brinkmart and Skowron. LOB-Washlng- Business Loop SoftballA had scored that run in the fiIthZ
group Cleveland 7. Boston 5 Miami 5 9 .357 7 ton 5, Baltimore 2.
Beach in a 2-1 Blue Wave victory Chicago 10. Minnesota 5 Sarasota 3 10 .231 tVt 2B-Hunt, Brinkman, Kennedy Bowens I to snap a 0-0 tie in a mounij,=
Fern. Beach afc r k P.I(. Yongo ak r' Kansas City 7. Los Angeles 4 Orlando 2 11 .154.fV4 Aparkto PowelL 38-S1e em. HR-King, Division I duel between Payne and Ma r C
Outbaum :300 Solley. ss :311 Todays Games Yesterdays Results Orslno. SB-Hinton. S-Hall.IP pair of shutouts marked
j AIU.MZ.d. 3 0.0 Hansen Ib 311 'Cleveland Ramos 1-4 at Boston MarePieadO.2. -Tampa 12, Petersburg 5 H R ERBBSO softball 000 412 0- 7 7 Hamilton of the Tornadoes. t g:
struck out 14 walked Tyson ss 300 DennisaK 3b 200Beckett Fort Lauderdale S. Orlando 1 CheneyLQ.2..51.3 5 5 1 2 Business League gamesat II Hav-A-Tampa
Stearns 1 Ib 300 Marcus C 200 Los Angeles O. Lea 1-t at Kansas. City Daytona Bead 4. Miami 2 xDuckwortil .... 0 1 5 2 3 0 Park last night. 000 201 0- 3 3 In the sixth, four hits, two-*
two and racked up his ninth win Miller If 200 Wiegman. cf 200 Drabowsky 11. night. Sarasota. Lakeland 7'TeMghfs Ridzik _........, 22-3.4 1 1 .0 S City : Road Prison walks a hit batter and fouf:: .
Thrift. If 000 Rodgers. rf 200 I Washington, Daniels 2-1 at Baltimore, GamesSt. Estrada ........ 4 4 4 2 3 Communication Workers Shore and Floyd! ; Goodlet and ,, '
against a lone loss. His earnedrun WOOd. "C :300 Stearns, pt. McCormick 04 night. Petersburg at Tampa Han w, 1-0 ...... 5 1.:1: W) Stark errors brought home,the ;
for the Pikula. 3b 110 Lett. H 200'Detroit Aguirre 0* at New York Ford Sarasota at Lakeland x-Faced 5 men in 4th. blanked Utility Department Edwards. ,
season wasa it for
average Rice rf' 100 wagiow. 2b 200 2-1. night. Fort Lauderdale at Daytona Beach U _. DiMuro, Drvmmond Paparelia and Penn Chem won from Smith 0-10 eight'nms' that sewed up :
standout 0.23. It was his second sp.p 200 Only games scheduled. Miami at Orlando Umont. T2:2I.3.."'. Livestock 114 103 10 Palatka. -
Totals 2> 1 0 T..... 20 2 IFernandina .TomerreWs Game Night Game Sinclair 11-0. 05 3
no-hit game of the year. Beach .. QSSS1SO-1O2,Los Angeles at Minnesota. N INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE MINNESOTA. CHICAGO Post Office, 200 003 Payne led the winners wit h:
P.K. Yonge ........ . .-220Nicklaus' Kansas City at Chicago. N W. L. Pet. G.B. ak r h M ak r k M In other games Fulps Radiator -Smith and Jeter; Parker and hits while Han had a .
three
BestM at Detroit. N Syracuse I 1 Mt Rollins 3b 42leWshb'gercfS23l *
PKY, in ending with a 14-2 Baltimore at Cleveland. N Toronto 9 3 .750 Vi Oliva rf 4110 Buford 2b 412 topped Medical Student 9-5 HartweO. Cornwin tripled for Palate:
N Buffalo I 5 .415 2 Allison Ib 4235 Rob-son rf 4122 I pair.
New York at Washington Howard's TV crushed
both its and
overall mark scored Roll Rochester 5 4 JS* 3 Hall cf 4000 Hansen ss Sill I : Utility Dept. 000 000 00 .2 ka.
in the first inning of Ron- NATIONAL LEAGUEW. Columbus 5 4 .455 4 Klllebrew If 4 0 2 0 Nicholson 11200 I Gainesville Gas Co., 13-1. These 112 010 x-6 9
runs
CWA struck nine and:
L. ret. 6.B. Jacksonville S 7 .417 4% Battey 4000 CinrDam Ib 5231 Payne ,
nie Sapp. The Bucs' hurler San Fran.. 11 4 .733 Richmond 3 1 .273 McCabe e 0000 Weis 2b 5112 contests, along with the Penn Rooks and Bostick, Howard; walked two Starke woundup --
Atlanta 0 t .000 I. Versalles 1 0 0Goryl 1 just ,
to $46,150 Phila'phia 10 5 .467 1 ss 4 0 1 M'Nertney c
"
Tip
was tough too, allowing only Milwaukee 11 "(47 1 TeI Y'I Games 2b 3010 aWard 100 Chem fray were in Division II. Wilson and'Harris, 10-5 in a year that. saw the ..
five and Pittsburgh 10 7 ,.581 t No game. scheduled. Roland f 2000 Horien p 201 Hav A-Tampa
while fanning Division I
hits In -
two '
DUNEDIN AP-Jack Nick- St. Louis 10i..5U2Cincirviati \* Stange p OOOtAcfcleyp 101 Tornadoes using many newcom:
walking none. ( .500 JViS Fischer p 0000 Martin c 300 clipped Road Prison 73'and Division n
laus, winner of the Las Vegas Chicago .AOI JonesvilleWins : Perry p elSe 500 04-9 5 ers and rebuilding.
Gainesville Livestock beat Post FaJ.ps k Stark kMiti
Houston 0 12 .400 SVi bGreei 1000 Palaika ab r a r
Solley Singles Tournament of Champions, Los Angeles 0 12 .400 SVt Teiete 34595 Tefah 371114 Med Students 004 01- 5 6 r, ss 511 Falcon, u, ios*'.
total b tlornasklhi New York 414 .174 tYesterdays GameThe a.-Filed out for McNertney fct 5th; b- Office 105.Tonight's. Wltltakor 2* 4. Cole If 200*
boasted
Solley opened the : Popped up for Perry In tth. City League action Shake and .Decarlois; Onstad Perry, cf 21. Sanderson. If .000-
George boasted a total bankroll this Results Minnesota _...._...... on 030 oooCMcag -JI Halt rf 422 Reddish. cf .200 -
game for the Wave with a sin. San Francisco 3. Houston 2. 12.Innings .............:... .tot 214 10 -1E will send Budweiser against Guy and Poppek Stevens Ib 411 McLaod. 3b 300-
week-of $46,150-the PGA said. St.Louis V Philadelphia 2.* -% : Jonesville Dodgers scoreda I Chem 421 013-1111 Freeman. If 311 CUer c 300
gle and Tom Hansen followed Milwaukee,.], New York 1 -Battey. POA-Minnesota 24-4 CW- Cleveland Construction at: 7'0' Penn Emerson, e 311 Hamilton.. p '300 '
Dennison Arnold Palmer was second Pittsburgh 4..- Cincinnati 2. t--" 2-1 win over the Valdosta, Ga., ago 27-13. DP-Hansen. Weis and Curv meets Smith Sinclair 000 000- 0 2 Cornwin 3b 3IlWelefl.rf 200 *?
with another. Danny largest money winner with'$35339. ,.. Los Angeles 2. Chicago 1. 10 innings team Sunday at Jonesville., ningham. LOB Minnesota 5, Chicago 11.. clock while Schlitz EVaDs Payne. P .. 13 AIu1dge. 2b 1. ....
flied out with Solley scoring 2B-Ackley. HR-Allison 2. Robinson.SFMcNermey. Gainesville Wings at 9. Perry and Poor andHoward's Frick. Ib to.' '
Others Included-Juan...Rodriguez -, ri Todays Games John L.. Brown hurled a two-, a-WUiiams .0 0 obBenncH .
and an error by the catcher New v Stallard 1-3 at Milwaukee IP H RERIBSOR&4 Perry tossed the shutout for Trippensee.
0 0 0 i
$22,171; Mason Rudolph t Spahn 1-2. hitter and struck out nine in the! ....... 41-35 3 3 a 2StangeL.2..il.3 TV 233 013 1.13 13 Crosby Ib OOO.T
allowed Hansen to tally. 0 Chenrwhile Luke Wilson
I Houston Nottebart 0-2 at San Francisco 5 < 4 1 Penn Total flSlITstoissi:
$19,858; .Dave Man- $19,369; Al. -Saaferd 2-2.&ght. ., .. _.. victory. Fischer3. 1 1 0 5 whietwash for CWA. G'ville Gas" 000 010 0-1 4 A-Walked for Frfck In tthj BRe.for .,!
Fernandina got an unearnedrun Geibefger $ia:037; "Bill Casper, Pittsburgh Law 0-1 er'Cardwell ,04 -.! --The -Dodgers-" will host the I Perry --.-'......5Ackley 0 S S 02 did the job Williams In '"'. **
W., 1Horlen 7 5 5 2 foes to and Bloodworth Dur-
Blanton
in the fifth on a walk, sacrifice I$16,892; Julius Boros $16,589; PhiiatfelpMa Cincinnati Nvxhall tunning 1-2.30 night.at. St. Louis Florida Stars of Starke next:; ,W;'' ...'4 2 0 0 1 ; Both hurlers limited-their ; Palatka ............._. 000.0100Stark -*>:
WasMwrn .... night. .. WP-Stange, U-Rice. Stewart Stevens. two-hits. den and Davis. .................. MOO-4 **
wild pitch and passed Bruce Devlin .$14,533.and Paul Only fotnc tcncdvM.. Sunday at 2 p-m. Napp.. T-3:07. A-12.M1.

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I. U Gainesville Sun Tuesday, May 5, 1I -'




I k Golden Boy I4Wa0YI g; I 'Koufax Gets Back in Form



'I.J PEW By MIKE RATHET the Chicago Cubs Monday night, volved in the first beanball in- '7-4. The New York Yankees and

Gets Associated Press Sports Writer allowing only three hits and cident of the season and drewan Detroit were not scheduled.

Early Sandy Koufax threw 39 striking out 13 in an impressive automatic $50 fine along with Koufax had a one-hitter going -:'.
strikes. Bob Gibson threw two return.It Philadelphia's Jack Baldschun.
'
a-rMI1WLue5 'J t until the eighth when Andre ,:
IV /I/J u.I A UJ I : beanballs and one bat. was the 52nd time in his The St. Louis right-hander also witha

P1AU. II \\t Koufax won. Gibson didn't. major league career that Kou I left himself open for further action -Rodgers tied the score 1-1 .I
.J Conditioning In PlAtfONEOPWOTHE0A14OR It _ I homer. The Dodgers won in :
WAY'S/W-1O NUN Moral: Strikes are' more effective -fax had struck out 10 or more when he was ejected for the 10th when Dick Ellsworth -
,
-. \ 1D.c7DPThEA4.I.- and less expensive. in 10-strikeout a game, leaving him only two throwing his bat toward the who allowed only eight hits, -.

Nrw Vnrk wtmr. QUICJOY.MEVECEiSEMY FiH1j;&.n. 'i --, Koufax making his first start from the record performances of 54 held away by mound in the fourth inning.. walked Dick Tracewski, hit '. .

: By ARTHUR pALEY Ml1'Wo os:: .um G since injuring.his arm.April 22, both Rube Waddell and Bob Fel Gibson threw two fast balls at Koufax on the foot with a pitch j
o11E rA&3.WII.L. ; the head of Phillies' pitcher and then was touched for a sin-
NEW YORK His stride was brisk and jaunty with just 'JrVN AFn rr i- _ _ pitched> the Los Angeles Dodgersto ler.Gibson Bennett the third inning gle the middle by Maury > .
down LAN 5vrrn5" _ a 2-1, inning victory over I meanwhile, got in- Dennis in up
the faint trace of to it he wheeling
a swagger as came 15 R.NDPISTMJC == _ _ apparently in retaliationBennett's ,Wills.
the street of his native Louisville just before the Kentucky prrwwNTHeAMP 1)r Fi __ j Four RBI
for decking the Cardinals -
\ Derby the other day. The smile on that handsome face was TOE PIN = I in four rum
-- Julian Javier in the second Ken Boyer drove
r- National Boxes
radiant Deviltry still sparkled in his and his greetingwas League
eyes __ inning. Gibson drew a warning with a triple and two singlesand
This Paul Hornung the repentant hero of the -
warm. was fromplate umpire Doug Harveyand Curt Flood, Carl Warwickand
changed a bit. PITTSBURGH CINCINNATI NIght Oame
have
Green Bay Packers. He didn't seem to
collected
i Tim McCarver
ala r h bt a"r h bi CHICAGO LOS ANGELES I- with it the automatic $50
1 ( Or had he? Alley ss S 0 1 fl Ruiz 3D>> 5111 ab r h M ab r b bl fine. homers in the Cardinals' victory .
I Vlrdon cf SO2OkIaus 2b 3010
i It was a chance meeting but ,a welcome one. The Golden I Clemente r* i I 1 0 Ptnson cf 4011 Stewart Brock rf 2b 4000 4 0 0 0 W.Davis ss c14000 5011 over the Phillies. Warwick hit "

. ; Boy of the gridiron, once the most valuable player in theI I ... Stargell CIencien'n1b301lHrPCrIi fl .d22IRobInSoll rf 4000 2000 William Santo 3b If 200 4000 OT.Dvls Howard If 4130 Then, in the fourth. with Bald-'his homer, a two-run shot, on ..

i National Football League, came home to visit his mother. As Fre se 3b 4031 Cardenas ss 3110 3 0 1 0MaierskI2b4lllSmithC Banks Ib 4000 McMullen rf Ib 3 4000 OlD schun on the mound for the Phil- the; first pitch after Gibson's

} t befits a Kentuckian, he cleverly timed the trip to coincide Pagharoni c 401 0 Jay p 2000 Bertell Rodgers c ss 3111 4010 Werhas Fairly Ib 3b 4011 1000 lies, Gibson was hit in the side .aat-throwing incident, and Craig
with the Derby. It's a and frolicsome spectacular with a I r Gibbon p 401 Rose 1000 Cowan cf 3010 Roseboro c 3000 by a pitch and flipped his bat
gay
1 I- THe BALL 15 PO6IT>C4J "MIDWAY Totals 3t 4 11 4 Totals 31 2 < 2 E Its worth had little difficulty holding the
p3 0 0 OTrace'skl
\ 2b 3 1 2 0
natural appeal for someone with his zest for life and ,' ,' I BETWEEN FEET WITH A I.IAR. a-Struck out for Jay In 9th.ittibursli Koufax p 3000 toward the mound. Baldschun I 7-11 lead.

laughter. I STANCE ANP A SQUAgE CLU0PAC& ............... Ml 101 Ol.-. Totals 311'] I Tatats 34 I' 2 drew warningand
immediately a
PtlATJVElVtTKyTD ............... 020 000-2 At Milwaukee, Lemaster gave
I THE 6W1N&15 AL!'0 Cincinnati GOO 4:hlette ....._........ 5011001110I.asAnjsIss
Paul whisked into town'on the equivalent of a weekend pass I W.11A.5 WlNSmRAUELID E-Pinson. PO-A-Pittsburgh 27-1X Cinnnatl I L ............. ooo loo ooo 1-2 the automatic fine while up a leadoff homer to Charlie '

from Vince Lombardi, the coaching martinet of the Packers. S.' p I IMQC AAf n41QLf&34 THE l4Ot.ON.A X liNES BKINftTHg Clendenon 27-13.; Ruiz DP,-Maieroskl Klaus and, Alley Johnson.and E-None. .PO-A-Chlcago 27-13 Los An- Gibson. drew a thumb from Har- Smith in the first inning, then ".

For the past two weeks sport's most eligible bachelor has .; CWB flOWN INfO WE AN5! JUST OB-Pittsburgh 8. Cincinnati 8, !eles >.>11 (None out when winning run vey. kept the Mets hitless until the
Klaus. Johnson. Smith. cored) DP-Koufax and McMullen
JB
StargetU
: been in, Green Bay, laboring in a private preliminary condi- 1 PEHINP THE B4z.Et1HraALL! HR-Stargell.- Mazereskl. SB-Clemente.lendenon. I Rodgers Stewart and Banks. LOB-Oilcago Lost ninth when Ron Hunt poked a .'
i; eHOOT ACHC35STHS 6K9EN.Crackers Harper. S-Ctendenon JaV- X Los Angeles I. Money, Victory
tioning session. IP H R ERIBSO 28-Bertell, Werhas TracewskL HR- one-out single. When Frank '"
do. Hornung I. GIbbon1W.1.0...., S 2 2 3Jay I Rodgers. Gibson not only lost : Thomas out Hunt
of to money, grounded
he has lot catching ,
After all a up
; d'm:NOW'1tJ STCP 17116AU L. 1-2 ....... 0 13 4 4 0 7 IP H R ERBBSOEllsworth '
I missed all of last season, suspended for at least a yearby Ar ,; QVICKl.Y Raif PB-Smith. U Donate)) Landes, ;( U 1-3 9 I Z 2 2 0Koufax. but a victory as well. When he raced around third and tried to.
f commissioner Pete Rozelle for betting on football games. As ..d':444: 11/;$uR7FPid' / Steiner, Barllek.Night T-2:2G.Came A-3,355. I! x-Faced. W.3 2.2 men 10 In 10th.3 1 1 a 13 left[ the Cardinals were leading score on the play. He was dou-

i soon as he was reinstated early in March, he conferred with ,., .- ....o ,...........AI.-.... NEW YORK brhI MILWAUKEE abrhbi'I HBP, -Jackowskl By Ellsworth, Crawford.(Koufax Vargo.). U-Forman T-- 5-1 and won 9-2. Gibson, how- bled up at home, where catcherEd

Lombardi. C. Smith 3b 4111 Maye If 4010 2:18. A19913. :ever did not qualify for the triumph Bailey held onto the throw

Hunt ChrTher 2b>> cf 3010 3 0 0 0 Cline Mathews If 3b 4 0000 0 0 0 Night Game because he didn't pitch despite being knocked down by
Thomas 1b 3000 Aaron rf 4010 PHILADELPHIA ST. LOUIS !
An Start the required five innings. Hunt.
Early
Taylor If 3000 Torre 1b 4110 abrh bl abrhbi
Hickman rf 3000BaIiey c 3100 T.Taylor 4olOWarwlckrf 5112 Who got the easy victory? Bailey started to go after

"I felt I should get an early start," said the grinning Golden Even Can'zaro aD. Smith c 2 0 GOO 000AIoucf Boiling 2b>> 3012 2000 Allen Callison 3b rf 4010 400lWhlte Groat ss Ib 5240 3210 Lucky Roger Craig.In Hunt, but. was restrained. However
I the charm. "So the first thing I said to Samuel ss 0 0 0 Menke ss 2020 Coblngton cfl0loBoyer 3b 5134
Boy turning on Rod Kanehl of the Mets
I ,
Moran ss 2 0 0 Lemaster p 200 0 Gonzalez If 3020 James If 5000 ,
Vince was, 'I think I'll come back here early and get in bGonder c 1000 Herrnsfn Ib 4 0 0 0 Flood cf 4132 other National League action -who wasn't in the game, can ? ,,
,
said. 'Af t- Cisco p 2000Harkness Dairy pie c 4 0 0 Javier 2b4000 a fight broke out after Milwaukee !-
some workouts. leaped at the idea. 'When? he 1000 Wine ss 3120 McCarver c 4 1 2 1 off the bench and got involved
in mid-May,' 1 said. 'Mid Lose HomeBy Bearnarth p 0 0 0 0 Bennett pOI 0 0 Gibson p 1000 had edged the New
er the Kentucky Derby, perhaps at Totals 211 2 1 Totals 2S 2 i 2 BaUshun p 0000 aBuchek 0100 in two short battles. He was
April would be better,' he said. So we compromised on Mid. a-Ran for Cannlzarro In 8th; b- bBrlggs 1000 Craig p 1000 York Mets 2-1 behind Denny Le- jumped on by Len Gabrielson
Grounded Into double play for Moran In Green p 0000 master's two-hit pitching Willie
ApriL 8th; c-Fouled out for Cisco In 8th. cSlevers 1011 then tangled with Gene Oliver

"The first week he had me jogging a mile each day and run- ASSOCIATED PRESSThe pitchers for 10 hits, while the New York ................. 100--000 000-1 .Boozer dTrland p 0000 1000 Mays hit home run No. 10 in. before the umpires restored or- .
next Atlanta Crackers played Crackers could Milwaukee ............... 020 000 MX-2 Totals 33 2 I 2 Totals 37 9 14 9 San Francisco's 3-2, 12-inning'
The
twice. only
stadium
manage
the _
ring up and down the steps of Ran for Gibson In 4th; b-Hit into der. .
week I jogged a mile and a half, plus three trips up and the r first 13 games at home, four off three Maple Leaf hurl- Christopher. PO-A-New York 24-14. double play for Baldshun in 5th; c-Dou- victory over Houston and Pitts
DP Moran, Hunt and
Milwaukee 27-13.
bled for Green in 7th; d-Grounded out
down the stadium stairs. At the rate I'm advancing 111 probably beginning their third International ers. Don Dillard hit a solo Thomas; Cisco. Moran and Thomas; for Boozer in 9th. burgh defeated Cincinnati 4-2. Sound's Wonderful! I

i be running the marathon by the time the formal camp League season. homer for. the Leafs in the fifth. Menke Ing and Boiling Bailey.and.LOB Torre-New; Mathews.York 3. Bo Milwaukee I.- Philadelphia _........... 001 000 1002st. In the American League, Baltimore !. Ask for FREE BookletOn
I 5. > Louis ............_.. 113 200 02x-' crushed Washington 11-4,
I opens in July.I' Out of the 13,,games, they lostnine Seven Straight HR-C.' Smith. SB-Aaron. Better Hearing
Cleveland Boston 7-5
E-None. PO-A-Philadelphia 2411St. whipped ,
IP H R ERBBSO
is not legs or
"Seriously, though, my problem my my and had four rained out. Syracuse has won seven Cisco, L. 0-1 ..... 7 6 2 1 2 4 Louis 279.DP-Javier and White; Craig the Chicago White Sox walloped GAINESVJLLEHEARING I
I' weight. In my )Jast game ,I weighed 221. I'm now only 223 earnarth ,_ .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Groat and White. LOB-Philadelphia 7.St. AID CO.
The Crackers take to the road straight and has lost .
only one Lemaster. W, 2-1. 2 1 1 4 4 Louis I IB-White, Groat Sievers. Minnesota 10-5 and Kansas City
'
: and I was as low as 214 pounds last ,whiter. My problemis today mired in the cellar, eight game. in nine starts this season. HBP-By Cisco Menke. WP-Cisco. Le Carver.B-Boyer. HR-Flood, Warwick Me downed the Los Angeles Angel:i 620 N. Main FR 6-0095
and make body can with- master. Williams. smith. Peiekoudai
to get back my timing sure my games behind the leading Syracuse The Chiefs parlayed seven Gorman. T-2:22. A7369. I IP H R ERBBSO --- .- -
FRANCISCO Bennett L. 3-2 ... 2 M 5 S 5 1 0 j.g-------i------ _
SAN
shock of contact. HOUSTON
: stand the : Chiefs, whose season opening hits and a walk into seven runs abrhbi abrhbi Baldschun ...... 12-33 2 2 0 1
Was there similiarity to his situation now and the Green .......... 2 3 0 0 1 0
S000J.AIou rf 5110 LIM
t any Kasko
in ss
is the opposite of At- the fifth rack
just inning to up Boozer .......... 2 3 2 2 1 3 SPECIAL! Ey1IMEAirConditioning
week- Fox 2b 6 0 2 Hitler 2b 5111
; one when he was serving his stint in the Army; using lanta's. Columbus. Not since Syracuse eWilliams OOOOMayscf 3 1 3 2Woodesh'k Gibson ......... 4 3. 1 2 G !
Packer ? 000 OMcC'ey Ib-lf 4000 Craig W. 2-0 :... 5 5 1 1 1 2
end leaves for p
games returned to the International Spangler If 4 1 0 Snider If 3000 HBP-By Baldschun (Gibson). PB-
said. "At least I had the advantagethen The Crackers' latest loss wasa McCarver Dalrymple. Ven-
"Not exactly, he in Bond rf 4111 WDell 0000 U-Harvey Unit
League 1961 have the Chiefs
on. Conlan. T-2:40. -7.437.American .
I Wynir cf 5031 M.Alou If 0000
of training, exhibitions and actual competition 5-3 defeat administered by
pre-season
won seven straight.A Aspro'nte 3b 6 0 1 OfKuenn Ib 0000
for more than half of the season. I couldn't get away Toronto Monday night. In other Staub Ib. 501 OHart 3b 5000
but I back for three. Syracuse beat Columbus disputed 11th inning solo Crote c 4010 HaIler c 1 3010 1000dRunnels '
for two games got game; Johnson p 300 OgCrandall c Insta1Ied265
"What I missed most then was the repetition of practicing 9-1> Richmond defeated Rochester -homer by Fred Hopke, his thin Ullies 2b 0000 1 0 0 Pagan Bolin/ p IS 2000 5010 League umpires ::
Sam Red Fla-
J' every day and of knowing the assignments so well that 4-3 in 11 innings and Buffalo hit of the night, boosted Rich Herbel p 0000 Carrigan, John ( )

I could almost do them in my sleep. I was also bothered edged Jacksonville 4-3. mond to victory. The game was Peterson Pierce p 1010 0000 herty, Bob Stewart and Ed Hur- -and up ,

by the fact that we change plays from game to game and Toronto battered five Atlanta II finished under protest by the Larsen cDVport p 0000 1000 ley are natives of Massachu-

I some were likely to crop up in audibles, the lineofscrimmage Red Wines.!: Totals 45202 Shaw Totals p 41303 1000 setts. Carrigan and Hurley are

changes. On Hopke's homer, the ball a-Singled for Pierce In 8th; b-Ran: from Holyoke. I

"When I was running through them day after day, they Williston V. appeared to carom off the top for in 10th Snider; d-In Filed 9th;out c-Filed for Johnson out for In Larsen 11th;'I :TJfl7'1

came to me instantaneously. But when I was in the Army, of the fence and fall back into e-Ran for Fox In 11th; f-Hit by pitched
ball for M. Alou In llth g-Filed out for After 11 straight seasons as
they didn't come as quickly. I'd hear Bart Starr call our the field. Hopke was thrown outat Haller In llth.iVuston I. War-

'236' and I'd consciously say to myself, 'That's off tackle.' Runs RecordTo third base, but the umpires H ...............100 001 000 000--2 a minor league manager, -r ) I I
,san Francisco ......_ 200 000 000 Mi-i ren (Sheriff) Robinson is a major
But when I had been doing it every day: I reacted instinc- ruled the ball bounced back into E-liJller. Ullls. PO-A-Houston 3518..I league coach with the New

tively, almost as if I didn't have to think. the park from behind the fence. San Francisco 34-13. (Two out In 2nd -
''I preferred to into training Fine 8-0 Two unearned in the when winning run scored). DP-Hart. York Mets. .'-.
"In other seasons come camp runs top Hitler and McCovey; Johnson Kasko and -
overweight and work myself into shape gradually. I even of the seventh enabled Buffaloto t.Staub.' LOB Houston 4, San. Francisco

could feel myself getting faster and sharper. By the third LAKE CITY Williston Vo- beat Jacksonville. Dick Selma 28 Grote, Hiller. HR-Mays Bond. -... i.,'.*. :.

game I was tip-top. cational's Fighting Tigers ran started and went 6 2-3 innings SB-Spangler, Williams.IP S H-J.R Alou.ERBBSO ...

"This year I have to be in the best shape of my life. Don't their baseball record to 8-0 yesterday -! to get the victory for the Johnson ........ 10 5 2 2 4 : ..
Woodeshlck U 0-2) 1 2.3 3 1 1 0 1
forget that I have to win back my position on the team." with a 4-2 win over the Herd. Bolin ..... ...,... 5 2.3 6 2 2 4 ]

That would be the day. Tom Moore was a superb replacement I.Richardson Wolves.A No games are scheduled Pierce Herbel.....................1 2-30 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 (

during his absence but he is no Hornung. There's only today. Larsen ...........2 1 0 0 1 ( ,
home run by Ford of Lake I Shaw W. 3-0 ....., 2 2 0 0 0 (I .
one. The holder of the original copy right-was a slashing ball- HBP By Woodeshlck (Kuenn). WP-
4 City got the home nine off to a : _
Herbel 2. PB-Grote. U-Burkhart Sudol
carrier for clutch yardage, the deadliest of blockers, a gifted .,
Pryor. Secory. T309. A-5.U1.
1-0() lead in the first. Willist .
o n Ellenson : I Custom units available late models-Ford
field goal kicker and a marvelous all-around football player, on most ,

By the way, had he been tipped off in advance that he wouldbe came back with single runs in Czapiga Leads \% 'S Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Valiant
the second third and fourth
and others.
allowed to return? \
"Yes and no," he said, bright and eager. "A week before innings to get a 3-1 lead and To SpeakGene With 255 Set .
went to win. AvailableHowesPowers
on
the formal announcement, the commissioner sent for me and Financing

we had a long talk. When we were finished, he said, 'Any Shortstop young led the Tigers Ellenson, Univer sIt Y Mark Czapiga led the Police

questions?' with three hits while Scott of Florida defensive line coach, Benevolent Association Leagueat f 'lot Motor Co. ;

'Yes,' I said, 'I have one. Am I going to be reinstated?' and Dawson each had a pair. will speak tonight at the annual Palm Lanes with a 138-117-

'"I can't answer that now,' he said. 'But where can Losing hurler Griffin and West P.K. Yonge all-sports banquet.The 255. Susan Sisler and Nancy Me-. "TRY AIR CONDITIONING CENTER

( I reach you by phone each had two hits for Lake event will start at 6:30 p.m. Elwain had 241s, Chris Baxter KINGEDWARD7 I "AH Makes and Models Serviced" 4

"When I left him to return to Miami Beach, I felt good. City. Griffin had a double. at the Holiday Inn. 212; and ,Steve Carson, 211. I

But I've always been an optimist. My hopes were high whenI White and Donaldson, pitchingfor The PKY Sports Club will fete Holy Rollers had a 1172 series -; I 204 N. Main St. FR

went to New York and they stayed high until the wonderfulnews Williston, each fanned three. football, basketball, baseball and a 592'game. _America' Liryeit Selling Cigar 22561"f

came that I was formally reinstated."I track teams of the Blue Wave.

did a stupid thing and I'm genuinely sorry for it. I've Host TourneyThe PKY won the Keystone Con- '

learned my lesson. It.proves once again that it takes more Tigers will host a tourney ference baseball crown this year THE DE PEN DAB LES: SUCCESS CARS OF&4 I

than muscles to make a football player." Friday and Saturday. Compete tied for the'track championship .

ing teams will be Booker T. with Santa Fe and had fine

Washington of Dunnellon, Me- seasons in both football and

: Daytona Takes Ninth Win bane of Alachua, Howard of; track. ... I
Ocala Richardson Morton of "
Many special awards will be .
Brooksville and Williston.Friday's 1",
presented at the dinner. All.

i In Florida State LeagueBy conference and all-area team '. ; (
games send Duane : ..
awards top the list. :;l=:; at::, J. I : ',.
Ion against Mebane at 9:30 a.m !>
straight. while Brooksville meets Lake <. i:. '
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSFrontl'lIWing First baseman Hulett ', .
George '
i .City at 1:30 p.m. On Saturday 4.
Daytona scored i and Second Baseman Felix Mi]! at 9:30 a.m., Williston will play : ;

four runs oa three singles, two Islanders. Right Fielder Craig :the Dunnellon-Mebane winner J .' ".,

errors and a stolen base Monday lian each hit two singles for the while at 1:30 p.m., Howard : A. *"&. f V" ::.co''], '.>

night to defeat Miami 4-2 in Sonju got two singles for Miami will meet the Brooksville Lake -; 'rt' 'v :' ..

Florida State' League baseball. Tom Freeman spaced five hits City winner. The championship] .. ;, <: :. (

The win was Daytona's ninth and hurled second place Fort game will be played at 7 p.m. .. a

j Lauderdale to a 5-1 victory over Saturday under the lights at Wil .. Some men never outgrow the need : .

loop trailing Orlando. Willie liston city park. Other games .
SPOfTSMAN'SDLGESTi Mobley amassed three hits and will be on Vocational's field. n

Mike Ferrara and Frank Petrel-
WSlllstea ab r h Lak* City ab r Ii
lias two each as the Yankees Scott. 3b 412 Griffin p 40 2
& dealt Orlando Pitcher Dennis Jackson..cf 300 Ford. c 4 1 I
Terrell 2b 300 West ss 30 2 i
---- Tucker his' fifth loss of the Young. is 333 Robinson Ib 30 1 Ever happento
BAIT-FISHING TIP McLendon. Ib 3 0 1 Flue-ken 2b 3 0 0
season. Hunter. If 300 McQuade. rf 30 0 ? : .
FOR PANFISH Dawson. c, 302 William If 30 1 you .--.--.-----.--- ---- ----- -- -' -1-I-----. a
18 Hits Patterson rf 3 0 0 Jackson. 3b 30 1 -- '----- _UI I
White p 200 Hayes. -d 31 1 1F _
,4jbsp1Hp4Et4: % The Tampa Tarpons unleashedan Donaldson. p 100 Ifyou bought your insur-

S. ON A SHAPT--4.) 18-hit attack that brought ashattering ratals wntiston ...2$4S., ,,,?,.',Tetali,.. Ollioi:n e-4 20 ance from a one-com

11a O 12-5 end to a five- Lake City .............. 1001000-2 pany agent you were left

LEAD :t <:3B HOOK game St. Petersburg winning all alone. If you boughtit

WIRE (SIZE 6 streak. Bob Lelli and Jake Martinez Mead 'PacesBantam through on independent -

"1'0 ,ia) each collected three hits. insurance agent, 'you for a wagon

LADEJI: for the Tarpons and six other Loop had a friend neorby you

hit twice, including Albert Yan-, could call on. I -- ---

cey, who poled a two-run homerin David Mead paced the Royal!
,-, the ninth.A Poultry Bantam loop at Palm I KirkpatrickEdmonson A wagon has a way with men.Always has.Always to the roof. Seatinj for six or nine passengers. And
'. wiL when if Case in underhood choice of engines ranging from a frisky
PROJECTING Lanes with a 487 series on Especially $ a Dodge Wagon. 64
rare triple play in the eighth games of 163-175-149. Karen & point:that PoUra shown above.As rutted and hand- Su to aa optional ripsnortm' 426 cubic inch va.Irs Dodge.
beat.
to .
combination
wine PREVENTS delighted fans when Tampa'sWarren some a carrysn as you've ever laid hands on. a tough
FISH SWAtLDWINa HOOK. Steel had 472, Ronnie Thames, Insidt-saddle-gramed vinyl that resists cracking Look'em over at ytxtr Dodge Dealer's.The wagons
Robinson hit a line drive 465; Donna Broadwell, 68; and scuffing; shrinking stretcbin&Handfitted carpetingon that have a way with men-Dodge Wagons. Man- CHRYSLER

SUNFISH PANFISH BREAO OI=AND TEN OTHER SWALLOW -. with runners on first and sec Karen McElwain, 448. Miss INSURANCE, Jnc. the floor. A center armrest In front that snaps sized. Man-powered. Eight versions to pick from. ODGI MSION TA'f MO'IOII COIICIWDI .
SMALL ond. The Tarpons' Leon Crow And might as wefl bring along your better halt .
A BATTED HOOK CO DTHAT Steele had a 191 high game. down solidly under your arm. ( you '
IT KILLS FISH WHEN RC- made a running catch of the Sharpshooters Had an 1878 31 N. Main 372-8438 And there's room. Kg, open room you can cram Seems the gals prefer the big.strong silent type,too.)

MOVED TO PREVENT KEEPING drive stepped on second and
series and a' 655 high game. #
THEM ALIVE ON A TRtNfiER.ATTACH threw to Norv Rasmussen at MOTORS
Richard Yaun made the 5-10 I POOLE-GABLE ,
A BENT WIRE'TO HOOK, first. split. ;"
AS SHOWN, SO HOOK CAW BE Sarasota edged Lakeland 8-7 S ...
SWALLOWED--A PAPER-CUP 4 119 S.E. 1st Ave., Gainesville, Fla. : .. i .
WIRE MABE USED, OR YOU in a 13-inning game. Halley '
Stan Musial retired batted 4 :
home with the -
I CAN STBAISHTEM A SPINNER'S Young came .
.SHAFT AND BEND AS SHOWN. winning run when Marv Straw .371 against Los Angeles Dod- 'i i SEE THE BOB HOPE SHOW.' NBC-TV.CHECK.YOUR LOCAL USTINO.. _' -I : ,
in 1963. He hit .313 .: <
hit a grounder and Lakeland'sthird ger pitchers '. 1''N. HJ
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baseman missed the bal against the New York Mets. I : -'H- 45.d ,


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TReaders' Late Morning Two of Florida's agricultural upgrade fairs. University of Florida, speaking;on fair management at the Unl- 1.j
t' I leaders yesterday called on the Doyle E.Conner, commissioner I.to more than 100 fair managers i versity agreed that tgriculture ,

Request -II N. Y. ListingAllis Florida Federation, of Fairs to agriculture, and Dr. E. T. and executives, at the 13th annual is on the threshold of a new
help promote agriculture and York, provost for agriculture, meeting and short course and exciting period of growth. ;

Chal 18% Gulf Oil 55% a. York said that the University ,
Tht following market quotations II cL. of Florida is
r examining the resources -
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Allied 'Cern .....,. I Indusl I off 3.05 June. From these meetings will
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Atch'Topk 1.20a 28% Penmoil ._.."..._.._. 2.00 73% Franklin Life 58 Boeing 45 Nat Dist 27% tural Resources Effectively.

Bauch.Lomb.,1,20 36% rerkin EI ....-... 3918 Great Amer .- _.,.-,...,,.,, 16Groilu % Borden 74% N.Am Av 48% The first of the DARE meet-
Baxter Lab _...,....,..,. .36 23y Pfizer .- .80a 49 445 Brunswk 10% Penney 51% ings, May 13-14, will deal with .
Beckman In _....-..... 531 Phelps Dg -. 3.00 7M Gulf Life 56'Herff Cater Tr 57% Pa RR SOVs i ; citrus.

Beech U'S ,..._.-,.. 1.10 48} Polaroid .20 11514 Jones --..__._._..-_, .13' Celanese 70 Pep Cola 51%
Bristol My,_:..... .80 66th Pub SV E G 2.60 77% Home Insurance r...... .-._ 68y Chrysler 47 Phil Mor 80% Speaking at the Florida Fed-

Brown Shoe ,,..., 3.40Brunswich Pure Oil 1.60 Jax Minit Mkts. .-,..,,..,_ 7 CocaCola 126% Phill Pet 50% ._ et eration of Fairs and Livestock
...-._....- 10% Rayonier ...._...."., 1.00 36% Kennasaw Life .."- 12% Com Ed 49% RCA 33% U a Shows banquet last night,

Cambell S ....____... 2.40 3741 Rexall _...._...-...-. .50b 43% Life of Fla _"_..._.__-_._._,_. 5' Con Edis 84% Rep Stl 44% Conner said, "We've been work-
Carter Pdt _-__ ..,. l.ooa 18 Reyn Met! .50 3918 Lowes Company 18% Cont Can 48% Rey Tob 47% e ing hard for a long time in this j

Case J I ._..,- 14S Rich Mere ..._., 1.00 45% Milgo Electron ._.._._.. 12' Dow Che 71% St Reg P 32% state to get our fairs and i
Cessna Air 1.00' 263'4 ''R C Cola _..-.,.. 1.20 85 Mort. Guaranty Ins. 30 duPont 261%. Sears 113 shows upgraded to the level

Ches Ohio _. ___. ? 4.00 713'4 Roy Dutch -._.. 1.73g 45'Va Pacific SW Air .__ 441h EAL 35% Sinclair 47 they should be-a level of whole-

Coas, S Gas 355 Searle GD --- .90 57% Schlitz Brewing .-_.._ ? 51% E. Kodak 129% Socony 77% some atmosphere in the enter-
CBS __ 1.80b 46 Singer 2.00 91' Secure Life & Tr SOth Firestone 38% Southn C 56% tainment area that our Florida -

Comb Engl -- --- 1.20 27% Smith KIn 1.20a 58% Southern Nitro. ......_......, 17% Fla Pw 47% Sperry R 16% fairgoers" have a right to ex-

I Cone Mills _..--.,.,.."._ .BO '17% Sou Cal Ed .1.05 30% Travelers Ins. .-_. ..__.. .. 505 Fla P&L 72 StO NJ 89% It's Fair lime pect.
; Conti Air---_ .40 25% St Oil Cal, r._....._.. 2.00 67% Ford 56% Studebak 8% Conner observed that because

4 ConU Ins _.___...,...- 2.20 57% St Oil Ind .. .....,. 2.oob 7H AMERICAN EXCHANGE STOCK Frmst Da 10% Swift 47% With blue ribbons and rosettes, agricultural fair trademarks, in the background young people in large numbers,
Sui 34% Texaco 78%
Control Dat Sterl Drug .65 28% Frept are both patrons and
945 these participants in the annual ,Fair Management Short Course at participants -
Corn Pdts .-_.."...... 1.50 61% Texas Util -_..._ 1.20 57% Aerojet-Gen _.:.."......,w 33'eAnalex Frueh Tr 30% Thiokol 14% the University of Florida look over the program of events. From left, they are in fairs, it is vital that

Delta Air -....".,..., 1.60 S8?4 Textron 1.40 417/s Corp _.._._.,..._.,, 29% Gen Dyn 26% Unit Airc 45% Louie W. Seay of Marianna, president of the Florida Federation of Fairs and every one of these events offer

Det Steel _-".,.-"..... .60 144 Tidewater 31% Aqua Chem ._-_.............. 16% Gen El 82% Un Fruit 21% Livestock Shows; Mrs. Lamar Allen of West Palm Beach, wife of the Federation's good, clean entertainment.Top .
Gen Fds US
Steel 54%
85%
Emerson El __ _....1.00 43% Trans W A 37 Aurora Plastics 34' immediate
past president; and Dr. M. O. Watkins director of Florida awards for exhibit dis-
Gen Mills 37%' Univ Mat 12%
Fair Camra .50g 27% Union Pac _.._..... 1.60a 42V4 Barnes Engineer _._ 235 Agricultural Extension Service.
Jim Walter .r--.w. ,. ___ 1.00 34' Und Air L _._._.-... 1.50b59 Butler Shoe ._..._ ".., 8' Gen Mtrs 86% WestgEl 33% plays went to the North Florida
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Finanl Upjohn 1.00 51 .... ........ Goodrich 53% Winn Dix 32% Fair, the Dade County
J Fed _.w-......._.._ 57'i Chromaloy ., 18' I Youth Fair the Jackson
,i I Fst Chartr ......"_""...,, 1.97f 4052 War Lamb .70 29% Cinerama 10 Goodyr 42% Woolwth 83% Annual Spring Concert Set Probe PolicyOf Fair, the Hillsborough, County County
< Fla E Cst 11 Worthintn .. 1.50 39% Computer Sci __ 21% Greyhnd 57% Junior Agricultural Fair the

Food Fair .90 22 Xerox -..".....- .. 98 Cutler Labs' A 18 ,
I FMC Corp 1.00 560/% Zenith 1.20a 76% Data Control 405 N Y S E Most Active Stocks For Friday At Newberry Florida'sCar stock Kissimmee Show, the South Valley Florida Live-

Gen.Tele. .._.......,"..". .88 33% Fulton lads ... -.., -_ 93'e Comp. Vol. Close Changes Fair and the Central Florida
Ga PaciIi _...-.?. l.oob 65t OVER THE COUNTER I Gen Develop _..-... ..--- 51/a 232,000 Curtis Pub 16% off 1 NEWBERRY The New-i prano; and John Sweet, bari- Fair. Categories judged included -
Getty Oil Mackey Airlines _._ 65 berry High School Music De- tone. BuyingTALLAHASSEE
----- .10g 21% premium catalogs, outd o o r
.Alico Land 75 189,900Tex Gulf Sph 52% off %
,; Grace Co _"_".._..,.,,. l.oob 545Helne Mead Johnson ---- ."., 195 partment will present its annual I The Girls' Sextet will paper and counter cards, photographs
1! Amer Fidel Life 21%I Pac NW Tel 23 180,300 Chrysler 47% up % sing (AP) Flor-
Curt .80 21 .Amer Heritage .................. 19! %. 111,700 Am Photo 10% up % spring concert Friday at 7:30 two popular numbers.The ida letter inserts and fold-
Philips Elec. ... _.__ 46 bought 141 new cars todayfor
IBM ......"._.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5.00 584 Amer Nat. Ins. .. 22% 103,100 Gen Motors 87 off V4 p.m. in the school auditorium. ers, stationery and ribbons.A .
Redwing Carriers 12 nearly quarter of a million
Int Min C ., senior band part of the.
I 1.80a 75 :Amer Pion'r Life 6 Ric Group _._ 8% 90,300 Am Mch Fry 23 off % Featured will be the dollars, and the purchase touched recommendation that the
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Int Tele .-... ........_.._.1.00 57% beginningand concert will feature Pace Getz-
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Am Motors 15 off
% %
,Anheuser Bush 52% 86,600 board of directors of the FFF
R. Wts. off
7' of the
Sperry advanced bands the a reappraisal state
__ junior en, trumpet soloist; Andrea
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Kellogg .. ..,, .8Oa 42%
.,, 4V4 81,200 Mack Truck 47% 3% that the and
Anodyne Agriculture
up request
Syntex 73y4
-v.-,1---1T..T-r-r-.1. senior band
Lehman eighth grade and Kesler, flute, and Jick Pittman, car-buying procedures.
Cp .. 1.34e 29%
I Citizens Bank 35 79,400 Studebaker 9 % Livestock Show committee hold
Litton Tampa Elec 24% up senior choruses. clarinet. The woodwind sextet, Object of the study will be to
In .,. '
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-" "" .198f 65% I Conn. Lt. & Pw ...__.- 39% Tech Measur __ 54,200 Nat Can 17Vt up % hearings immediately for all
17'4TWA
I Lone S CM ...._..".._.,, 1.00 235 Cowles Mag & Pb. 13%I Wts.. ,,. __ 21Valspar 50,700 Xerox 98 off 1% Kathy Davis of the beginningband will play" "Smoke Gets in Your II determine whether the State fairs whose permits have been
--- -- Road
Marsh Fld _._.-.. 1.60 393'4 I Dun & Brdst. 655 8% 47,600 Richfield Oil 56% up 1 will be featured as clarinet Eyes. Department, a major car withheld was unanimously en-
.
Martin 1.1 -_ ."-., 1.00 17% ][Firs West. Fine. -.15% 43,700 RCA 33V8 off % soloist, and Jeff Philpot of Admission to the concert will purchaser, should buy the ve- dorsed by the federation mem-
McG Hill ."_..,",. .60a 3636 ]Florida Gas 11% I MUTUAL FUNDS 35,900 Pan Amer 74% up 2% the advanced junior band will be 35 cents for adults and 25 hicles in big groups on a single bers.A .

Mead Corp 1.70 482 i'la Nat'l Bank __ 61% 33,300 Gillette 29 off 1 play a trumpet solo. cents for students. I bid or stick to its present procedure
Merck Affiliated Fund 8.78 of buying cars individually recommendation to the
-2.OOa 11251 Ha. Tel _,
26%
Capital Life & Gr. _.. 10.31 Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks The senior chorus will in same committee that all fair
Nat Air .BO 488 sing The program will be directedby or small numbers.
.._..._.. .
\jrrest Labs _
23%
N Y Cent .T- Divers Growth ,_....._-.,..._, 9,85 Volume Close Change' nine numbers. Choral soloists Mrs. Jacquelyn Toy, band di- permits for which application is
!
.50g 32% Bounders Life ,..>..,..,._.,. 9% Dividend Shares Secretary of State Tom Adams made for the 1964-66 be
3.74 74,100 Tel-A-Sign 4 up % will include Glenda Green, so- rector.. Mrs. Katherine Barry season
Dreyfus 20.32 69,000 Syntex Corp 73% up 5% will be the accompanist. called'for a change, saying that issued upon receipt when char-
NEW YORK. TIMES MARKET AVERAGES,. MAY .4 Fidelity Capit. _. 11.32 62, 800 Peruvian Oils 1% unch it was expensive to buy a car at ter requirements are met was

\ Fidelity Fund ..-...... 17.82 :28,300 Candn Javelin 12% off 1 Area Gasoline a time. adopted by FFF.It .
High Low Close Net Chg. Fidelity Trend 18.80 28,300 Teleregister 13V4 up % Imported MeatCompeting Of the new cars purchased today was further recommendedthat

25 Rails . 136.68 135.08 136.14 Up .50 Fund'talInvest 10.93 Sales RevealedAlachua 75 were for the Highway an inspection be made on
Income of Boston 8.43 ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS Patrol and 49 were for the Road
WitlIFla.'s
25 Industrials 825.19
811.99 819.44 5.50
Up I opening day of each fair, that
50. Stocks 481.43 473.53 477.79 Up 3.00 Incorporated Inc. 9.82 Purchases 492,600 County gasol i n e Department. ,'findings be made in writing and
K-2 .5.65 The Highway Patrol cars were
Keystone -.w.- Short Sales 5,409 dealers sold more than two anda Market ]presented to the management
T I Keystone 8-3 .."-,_ 16.68 Other Sales _._____ 444,998 half million gallons during bought on a single bid of $110,211 and to the State Agriculture and
S-4 from the Co. of ;
4.74
Hill-Kelly Dodge
FLASHES Keystone Total Sales 450,407 March, according to a Depart- TALLAHASSEE (AP) State Livestock Show Committee, and
MARKETNEW Life Investors 21.04 ment of A g r i culture report. Pensacola. Adams pointed out ;that fair permits be cancelled
: Life Stock Fund ., 8.10 Agriculture Commissioner Doyle
1' that although these were high-
The figure was 2,543,245 gallons. I only by the Committee after a
PREVIOUS DAY'S I
Mass. Inv. Stock ........,.16.42 Conner said some measures quality pursuit cars, they were
YORK (AP-The stock'rail unchanged and utilities off ]hearing. It was also requested
Mass. Inv. Growth .__ 8.72 STOCK MARKET During the same period, .must be taken to protect live nearly $300 cheaper per vehicle I that a committee of fair representatives -
market turned irregularly low ..1.The Pioneer Fund 9.61 Bradford County sold 922,423 stock in than; the 49 purchased on almost be at all
er early this afternoon after Dow Jones industrial average -Puritan Fund 9.62 Advances .-..,,, ..- ,.- 643 gallons, Clay County, 591,130; producers Florida from individual contracts: by the Road j present
two sessions of sharp advance. at noon was off 3.05 at Putnam Growth 9.45 Declines 431 Dixie County, 277,789; Gilchrist low-cost, large scale imports of Department. hearings.The annual meeting closes today -

Trading was moderately active. ,820.78. The decline was exaggerated -TV & Elec. -- --.___ 8.11 Unchanged 259 County, 131,489; Levy Coun t y, foreign meats. Ralph Siller, purchasing commission j with the election of federa-

Losses of fractions to a point however, by the fact t Value Line Inc. 5.55 Total Issues 1,333 974,503; Marion County, 2,966- "Florida does not expect to director, said that the I tion officers and directors.
outnumbered gainers among that several component stocks ''Wellingtonfund 15.03 New 1063-64 Highs .-._._._ 65 794,503; Marion County, 1,051,792 ,. Road[ Department cars were not .
key 'stocks. sold ex dividend and loweredthe I New 1963-64 Lows 37 and Union County, 159,481. build a wall around the state to identical vehicles as were the

Profit taking became sharper average by 1.83. keep out meat imports," he said Highway Patrol vehicles. Ell! '

In some big gainers of rear. : American Motors, down near- "but I think those who handle

sessions. Texas Gulf Sulphur: ly a point, was the worst loser YOUR MONEY'S WORTH imported meats in 'search of Airline Mishap s' .
dropped more than 3 points, among the leading auto stocks. quick profits are losing sight of
Curtis Put>lishinZ more than 2. Pan American World Airwaysfell the fact that their business has r
AP-A
ROCHESTER, N.Y. ( *
The trend: was mildly lower a point. Eastern Air Lines been built on the reliability and United Air Lines passenger

among steels, autos, airlines took a similar loss. Fractional Consumer Swindles-8 quality of supplies" from American plane skidded 700 yards on an

!and electronics.Oils gains and losses prevailed. we producers. airport runway Monday night

rails cigarette issues, among other airlines. I N Conner said, ,that a recent when the craft's nose wheel col- .
utilities and drops were mixed. Losses exceeding a point were HOME REPAIRS By Sylvia Porter meeting of agriculture officials lapsed during an attempted .fir.l

Aerospace issues and retails taken by Catepillar and Con- from: Florida, Georgia, Louisiana !- take-off.

were a bit higher on balance. trol Data. Mississippi and Tennesseeit None of the 24 passengers and
The: Associated Press averageof Corporate bonds were mixed' This year's annual spring-:salesman tells you that you can to a year's rent and an "a thor- was brought-out.that some of five crewmen was injured in

60 stocks at noon was off .4 U.S. government bonds showed, summer ritual of home repairing get a carp"for free" if you ization" of the remodelingwhich the foreign meats did not meas- the mishap at RochesterMonroe

st 304.1: with industrials off .8. few changes. is already attracting an simply show it to your Mends is really a sales contract. ure up to the standards followedin County Airport, a United
army of improvement swindlers. and refer them *o the same outfit The promoter discounts the note this country. official said.

Of course, the fast-talking, fast- You are promised a hefty at a finance company and usual-
Navy: Man Lawford Sued moving gypsters are in the minority !- commission for each new customer -ly is far away by the time the

but their repertory of you find-at least enoughto victim discovers he has obli- .
For Unpaid Bill ruthless. tactics is ingenious.You cover the total cost of the gated himself to .make regular ss""
Has TimeSaving CRAMERCramer
easily can be a victimyou're payments on ,the work plus the
I! if not on guard.To rug.But high interest loan.
IdeaJACKSONVILLE SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) it's a1' ,t impossible to
help identify these
Actor Peter Lawford hasn't: you find enough other customr to Scare Tactics.,The scare,tech- Sets
swindlers here
consumer are '
(AP A paid his bill for $6,762.42, says four standard gimmicks they cover your own bill. Say six nique is most"frequentiy aimedat <,
)
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Navy man who "likes to tear the Beverly Hilton Hotel. I use and the latest variations new custom 'z would cover that elderly people. Typically, a .2 'r ? Talk GOP
himself r on
cost-each o vhom, incident- promoter will introduce F 3 7t
things down and put them back Hilton Hotels Corp. has sued I they've invented."Crewswitching.. ." A team of ally, will be approached with as a furnace inspector, dismantle ya
has devised
together again" a Lawford and his production firm salesmen divides the same referral pitch. The your heating system, denounce Future Here
high-pressure _
method of reducing drasticallythe _
for that amount, claiming it is geometric progression _>es it.as dangerous, then '
to into two _rews. Crew "A" fans 4
time required perform a like this: one . six . tell you that you must buy anew _
vital aircraft job. the balance of a $9,011 bill for out into one part. of town, selV!36..216..1,296 furnace. Or he'll tell you a x I I Republican U. S. Congressman -

Walter W. HQwelTs method lodgings and service at the Beverly -lag products ranging from awnings 7,776,46,656 . 279,936 your house is being chewed up William C. Cramer of the
for flushing the hydraulic brak- Hilton Hotel between to 'wall-to-wall carpeting. I'I 12th District will speak here
Aug-I .:. 1,679,616 -e'. .- The 'price by termites and unless you use
ing system ot T2A jets can be ust 1962 and November Crew "B", under a. different you t pay is grossly inflated andyou'll his service it'll fall down. A ''I'Iz Saturday night.
done by one man in 40 minutes. company name, but selling the, be if the racketeer even as a I The five term vote,get e r.
Defendants named Law- lucky promoterdoesn't may pose
The Navy says it now takes are same products, heads for heads the Goldwater slate of
before he credits "government termite inspector,
skip
to do the ford, Chrislaw Productions Inc., another part of town. Both the
three men three days delegates, currently cen-
with even few new- warn the government will
and five John Does. The you your you
I inflated
fantastically
quote found customers. tear down your house unless a s ter of controversy among Flor-
job.In suit filed in Santa Monica
a report on the accomplishment was prices, almost never make a act fast. ida Republicans. On 'May 26
the Navy'said it had com- Superior Court Monday. sale-and now comes'the catch. Home remodeling Schemes.The you / GOP voters will choose be-
times for The crews witch.: Crew "A" newest in remodeling gyps To avoid this type of swindler,
mended Howell five Lawford is married to the tween a pledged or unpledged
his ideas., The hydraulic flush former Patricia Kennedy, sisterof approaches the same houses aimed at the homeowner who always beware of" the "some delegation to represent them at
was worked out on Howell's own the late President John F. Crew "B" already has visited advertises his home for sale in thing for'nothing' approach.Don't the Republican National Con-

time at.a.cost of $60, the Navy Kennedy.. and this time quotes much lower the newspaper. The operator sign any contract for vention in San Francisco.
prices. Crew "B" goes into responds offers not to buy your repairs until you have.checked. Cramer is a candidate for Na

said.Howell ul Columbia, "A's" territory; ridicules the house but instead to remodel it with utmost care on what it involves Jr. Olympic Awards i tional Committeeman from'

S. C., was on duty In the Mediterranean Egg Market "other company" fop it- high. for "free" to demonstrate his and obligates you to Florida He has pledged to
when the Navy announced prices. firm's high quality work. He pay; :Michele Capley and Buckley Shaw, both of Alachua work toward the developmentof

his newest idea. JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast What the homeowner doesn't also says he'll rent your v use Vow to yourself that you'll Elementary ''School, hold trophies they received re a' two party: system in

After receiving the Chief of Florida egg market pricesto know is that the two "is as his "officfor a year on a deal only ,with reputable firms cently for placing first in the boys and girls divis- Florida.In .
Naval Operations Safety Awards retailers are working together, that 'all cash-in-advance b!"-;s. j j whose background you can and ions of the Junior Olympics, a field day event sponsored his talk here he is expectedto

j in 1962 and.1963, Howell said; "I prices quoted are inflated and A major improvement free do check. Under no circum- by the Gainesville Recreation Dept. and the discuss means of electing Re-
like to tear things Extra large,39-43r large 37-39; that he is be I'- sol"i up for plus a year's rent for your stances, make a deal for a re- Gainesville Elks Lodge for 5th and 6th graders in publican candidates at the county
just .
h down, check them out, see what medium 29-37; small 2SJ%-30, the kilL house-wow! But what the victim pair job until you have investi- 10 schools in the county. Ira J. Carter. exalted ruler level. ,

makes them work and make mostly 28. 1Powuyat1farms Referral ll1ng. This schemeIs doesn't know is that among gated the credentials, reputa-: of the Gainesville Elks, presents the high-point The talk, which will be at 8

f them work better then 'put : fryers none; used to sell almost;anything, the:papers he signs is request lion and'calibre previous Jobs school trophy to Bill Irby, principal of Alachua 'Ele p.m. at Buchholz Junior H i gh

them back together again." hens: none. but, u just one example, al for a nigh-interest loan equal done by the firm. mentary. School, is open to the public.


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NOTICE Of TAX SAL
Notice b hereby gtven that en the ssm day of May 1,64, at Gainesville County EVi ef S ef SEW less 3 acresIn EVi of Let 1 S ef highway & NA less 200 ft RRWft -
ef Alachua State of Florida tax sal* certificates will be sold on the following N cr .le S 420 I E EVi of Lot 4 Bk 6 F E .$ o Of 33 7 .
described land to pay the' amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together 210 f. 8 1 ..... .O..., 1549 Buster I Amanda Burnett .....126 Williams Add PB C-79-79C ...... 3459 L'ft Efsle Gut ......... 21.1 19. 57 .. ... .NE'............. S63S J W & Harris.......... 15.8
with all costs of such sale and an EVi NEVi E LUNDY ADDN PB C79CMollie Lets E ft F Original LaCrosse Mndre .
advertising. 8 17. 10 ......o AC. .RR 2.... 1563. J SLan ...................... 56.94 Lot 4 Bk 4 ............. 3506 McCain ............... 13.55 com at NW cor of E ,
DESCRIPTION RCODSNAfe AMOUNTW Lot 15 Bk 4 Tamlaml No Lt 1 14 Bk 4 .................. 3510 Johnnie Ford ...................5..13 W l St S 157M l E .. :
280 ft of SVi of NWVi ef 2 PB A17 ..........Ho.... 15 Mr E C CaM ............. 3.49 l Blc 4 ...... .........' 3511 Gladys Gr .............. 249Johnnl r tt POB ft WVi of ,
*wu,. 37.. 17, 4.24 ............. 71 Winnie M Gregory 1 3.e6 TAMIAMI HOT PB A-175 Lt 16 Bk 4 ..:._:........._..... 3512 Ford ................... 15J2 Let 1 .Nuos tea R-W a. Let .
Lot 23 Blc less R-W River- .n.a Lot 8k :31 ............. .... W E Scrlpter ....... ........ 28. S6fofN3foW2" 112 LacRossa also .
view PB i70I! ..... t-l Abner Jones ...................... l 9 Bk 3 .................... 1584 J C Edgar ..................... I 1 a ads| also < .. )
Lot I Bk 33 RlYervlew'PB'B-70".. Jones ... .....,....... 3 16 Bk .... ...... ..... 1593 M F Pars ...... .... 2.89 15 S 18 ........ .. ....... 3528 Abner Jones .......... 12.6 1 acre at t L 1 by ,J ;_
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Biii..7 Ellen Z Nalley ... ... 2.8'Lots 39 Bk 41 ......... ........... ... 249 Lots 8 Bk 7 ...... ..-..... .
7 t Rita R Anderson ..,..... ....... 3 .. 1604 Mrs C Ir 7 .. : 3569 Carrie M Welch Heirs ........9.31 by H C Parker to .
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less MOL l Bk 42 ................... W D Reed .................... 28 110 S R J. of SW-fy. .
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3f'W'7. 31. of Sd2l a Mart 3 Bk 42 ..............:. 1607 Mrs B walker ................. 21 Com 10 W of SE cor o Lot cresses from H C Parkers
33 ... 161 Pedro Wilson ........... 56 Lot Bk 43 .... ............. 1608 J Fl........................... 21 4 run N 7.t ft 100ftS28' house to Gainesville E- I
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NEV4. 33 7 17, 1 .. .... 1701S Albert Lula Davis Jr .. 125.38 Hgts No 6 PB A-172 Tala.. 1621 Mary E Jacobs ............_.. 34WACE Lots 11 12 Bk IS ........ .... 3 Abner Jones ... ............. 2.1 OfPr1s C
100 n Of N 280 fN efSWVi Lot 6 Bk 2 ......... ....... Ella Lewis Heirs/ ............... ; Par.

N 90ttoS150ftoNEWotNSw180W of NEVi, 33 ti 17 i'...... 171 Frank Williams ............. 53 Com at SW cor ef R J Knightlot PB A-46 Lot 10 Bk 2 .................. 3769 Prettie Mae Merricks ..,...... 4148: o Newnansvllle deeded to rd .Bap 1

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NEW, 33 o NEo ......... Mouttrla ........... Let 3 2 ft Lt 1 Bk 3 f Lt 3 Bk 4,. ..,.... 3794-1 C E Sarah Rawls ..,.. ,,. 34 7s, ft Carter & Adam8
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H 100 n /S 280 ft of NEVA Of. ... Lt 7 8 Bik ............... 1692 Mrs B F Walton ... ............. 3.49 ......... ........ 3808 Eva Williamson ........... 6.6 E 245 ef S 900 tt SWVi ..1..0

7 '.... 171-3 Chelley ................... 53 Bk 3 .................... 1694 Roxle Johnson Helr ..... ...... 5.0 Lots 3 31 3 Bk 2 LyM 6'.1 Of NWVi. 34 7 19 S ... f._._..... 5657 J w a Mildred H.r.........
IS'loo.Nv3 of "SW" of Rub Lots 1 2345' Bk 4 .......... 1707 Eva ft Da Cls J W St Plr PB 87 .... ... ... 3828 D R a Nina H.rls ....... 762 N4olots3/&LotsSf1,3/ 1U
..,...... 171-4 Robert ft Ullle William*" ........"'.f Com 10 ft from NE c ef F C Elmo ........ ..........28 10 11 Bk 5 Lynnwood It 320 ................. ....... 36,5-1 J W a Mildred Harris .......J3647
1 / lot ..... .... ....
s n of of Re/nlr r 100 I Park PB B-73 3839 W F .Jeanell Hitchcock Sr S Vi of Lots 24 5 6 ft
WS 10 ef NEVA, 3 f ...NEt...... 171-5 Mary Badger ................... 5.4 10 100 I 10 tt ....... 1714 D J .Audrey Dansby .......,... 25.47 E240ttofW450ttOfS560 .11.t of Lot 5 ft Lots 7 8, 4 8 "N '.. 5704 J W & Mildred Harris .......... 26442
'ft 33hi Tway Com NE of H Wel ftoNWkoNW'lessN NVi of Lot 6, 4 8 19. 40 ............ 5706 E" Hilda McRae .........32.83
7 ".ee. ...RR 173-1 P F Marlon Fluhr Jr ......... 12.05 lot o RR R-W on W o 220ttoS260ftofW110tt. S105ftofN415ftofB103ft
':1 J7 i"s less a RR along RR to E 2 8 18 ...................... 3,50-1 W C a Mary Purvis ..... 1742 ef part ef SEVi ef

RR-W, 33 ii". ...i'...... 112.2 Abner Jones .............. .... 7.T line o NWVi of SWVi to WY of SWVi W of SEt NE'A o"t a 5 8 19 .,..... 5716-3 Florence L Presley .......JL
cor sees 32 33 S en line SWVi. 8 9 1. 10........ 4093 J W .Janie Farnsworth ... 12548 W 2 5 chs of S 2Vi
Lot as per DB 35540 being bte Sd Sees to NW cor NEVi of SW'A 9 40. ........ 40,6 J W .Janie Farnsworth .,.. 42 chs of that part of NVi
166 1-6 hiway. 7 2044 J W t Reba Them ............ 22.73 Green lot E to cor of NEVi of SWVi NVi Of Gov Lot 1 N ef Black/ Creek o,
NEVi of f o' 36 7 3. 40 1........ 2 Everett a Maggie Moultrle ...... 30.6 F C Reinhardt tot N to SE Lot 2. 1 9 1.6.......... 4128-1 H H Kout Trustee ........ 7tD 5 119. 4 .................... 5725-1 Banks & Brocklngton a McRat
1 ace as DB 151 pg In co of E H Well tot less S NEVi of S SE1 less S W H of NWVi Of SE'A, 8 8 Trustees .. .. .. 4.69
1 ft 'pr 1 8 17. .7 256-10 Emma Mack Heirs ...... 5.4 f to Carrie Green ft leu 50 I R SW' NEVi 19, 35 ....... ...._....... 5751 Jennie Williams .... .. AI."
kN. too Sq to D J Dansby .. .... 1718WVi W M Johnson ...... 1945 of NWVi. IS. ..... V M & Dorothy Chastatn Jr .... .
Com 477 ft E ft 315 Of'sw. f Heir ... SEV 2 2 ,5 3J NVi of NEW 9 S 19, 80 .. .......... 5755 J W .Mildred Harris/ ..
cerofNEWrunN435ftE SV .part to Church E NEVi, 21 18, 80 .......,. 6 E J .Inez Arms ......... 8.1 NW'A of NEVi ft NVi of NWVi. .. 1.4
180 S 435 ft W 180 ft. as pr 10 ft less R-W, N% Of NWVi Less 10 f .NVi 10 8 19. 120 .. .: 5759-1 J W Mildred Harris ........ ".
f .. .. 259-1 M Careway ................ 4.83 2 t 7. .. .......... 1745 Paul ft Lois Smith ...... 18148O Of NEVi Of NWVi, 47 ..4173 E J a Inez All ....... 51.14 N ft of NE'A ef SW'A ef a ,
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Corn/4717 E of SW cor i. .lr of SW I.R-W 10 f 17, 76 ... 1789 D" Lou Knight ............. 8649 S 41 chs of N 5347 chs of W 3 1 acre sq in NE

NEVi run E 180 f N 210 f WVi NE1 R-W ft less 22 chs o tat.part E of 80 ttRW cor,2les: 19, 4Vi ............. 891 Charles Bradley ...__. ,
I N 242 ft Of W 500 ft. 11 t 17, less Bk 2 1U
W 180 I S 210 f to 75.79 ........ ........... .. Paul ft Lots Smith .. 68.24 f. Lt Louis les 105 f.Bk 3 less
2 8 17 .. ........... 359-2 Robr Boyd ... ..... 443 17 .. .. as per DB 231-591, t 18, 41S2 Vernell Trustee .... 34,63N420ROW210ttoS234 S 10 f of E ft& St
20 259-5 Manning .. .... NW 4 acres sq of NWVi of SWA
WVi of NWVi of NEVi, 2 8 17 Betty : 3
S 477 tt Of W 477 ft Of WEVa. a 21 I OR iri122.2t 9 17, 4 ............ 1877NWVi A R .Clara Crocker ........ 1642 acres In Grant 2 9 11 2 ...... 4222-1 C J a Elizabeth Walden ......'.f 442Bks 4 Hague DB 590M Preston ft Ethel ring ...* .
DB 296 264, 2 8 17, 5 Robert Boyd ............. $W less NW 4 acre S 210 ft Of W SEW N S chs"oV"w"4oV"chs"ef"E! 138
Beg at stk pa In Vi see cor'247ft "" 2 .... 120 sq 2 o' 1.3............. 1877-2 I D Norfleet Jr ... ......... 24.8 Of SEW, 28 t 1 G I. ......... <7.2 W T .Rath Davis ....... 1.6 14.09 chi of NVi ef Let 3, 34

416 S ft o canter pt SO I o N sec ef SF&WRR NVi 3 of 9 1. 38Vi SEMI.....less....R-W....,. 1901 Johnnie .M.r Wood .....45.50 N210ftofW210ftofSE'A 33 t 18 1 ... .... ...., 42771 Viola Brown .................. 14.15W S EVi 1 U.of 2 Nvi"ef"LoY4"iess"v4"acre S9J4 Marl J Wtiltaksr *......_....19'

S 67Vi deg 248.8 ft N520.8RW230ttDB69pg216 NI' of S 218 'ef .E. .176..... 191S Annie .......... .0 ft of E 6 tt of S DB 174-422 34 8 19 10 ..... 5,41 S Cave ..............,.. 44.12
ef WS3L3- tt, 34 17 I Stlfor .. 2 3985 ft. 34 18. 104 ...4300 Abner Jones .........,.. 1.3 N311.02ftofE % of NE'A

2 8 17 ....... ............ .. 26 Eva Bennett ............. 3145. .CHAPMANjf163EGDwe/dolyn S 1725 ft ef W 1036 tt I s E per OR 4-202 being Parcel I,
Lots 4) ,. .......... Valezla Blair/ ftEarlene
9 210 of W 583.47 of S 1050 14 ,
N 824 tt Of W 75 t 19 14 ........
S 10 ft of .. ................... f f 6015-1 eTa L.ver Coin
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Lee 1.11
I 3.89
SEV4 of N of Mway, ft. 9 18. 28 ............... 4303 J W a Janie Farnsworth .. ... 1.1 S 438 ft ef N'isiTlV'tt'of'E'ii'being .
I 8 17 ..HWt.............:........ 2 Amanda Durr ................. 2.1 Lots 5 ................... 1918-5 Glbbs ft Lofton ... .. ...... s.4 Co at NW cor of sec run N Parcel 7, 14 9 19, 20 ...... eTa Lv.r Dowltng .... f 1.14B I
E 570 ft Of SEW Ot NW'A N ofhiwayIuaS210ttoE210 Lets 4 7 ..... ............. 111 C.s.Glbbs ................, 5.0 deg 50 mln 6 sec E 122048tt S 100 tt of N 801.45 f of W 6015 ..
S 440 of E 210 cf NWVi efSWVi thence run S 1787.44 165.3 tt cf SEVI of
I I Wtmberly
f. J 1 SeV'of ". 276 pe.r M Caraway .......... .31.3 3 10 1 ....... ........ 1,40 Money Hodge HeIr ......... 2273 tet run N 6 ce 3 min f Estates, 23 9 i;. ....- 6075-20 H a Rebecca Orr ............ &"
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"NEVi'oV'sWVi. to deg E tt of WVi of
} IEt 8 of 17 ... ............... .. 2 Annie Burnett Heirs ............. 37JO. TAMINEGA HEIGHT P C-55 mln E 2 t S 24 deg 23 minE 6. ft ef E 75 ft ft ls. les
SWVi less S 210 ft ef E Lot 10 Bk D less E 100 ft ...... Holt Jr .......... 2.1 ..6 f 65 deg 37 mln W ft toss tot DB 348-281 9, 19
210 o swv 660 tt& less N2lOftof$63OftofE210ft BksCDElessWiltollft 500 f 24 deg 23 mln W 35 .... : ..""".. 6095 Monnle C Williams ........ 195.01
f ft less Lots 10 11 ft 12 ft lessE60ftofLotsl2&3BkC 145.2 f N 6 di 37 mln E Lot as per OR"61-519, 2s"9"1 ." 6096-14 R J .Ruth Marlow... ...,... 103.39W
ft less S 210 ft of N 420 ftofE210ftofW42Ott&less 300 N 2 ? 23 / Lot I per OR 47-371, 26 9 .... 6102-16 F .Anna Ryals ...... "
ft less E 100 tt of Lots 789 2M.4 ff to FOB, 10 1 8nA3 r F & Margaret Nesltr 25." W114.49ftof5140ftof N 190 ft .1

S 420 ft of E 518.7 ft. 2 8 17, 3..2,4 Annie Price Ex 500 ........ 2.8 101112BkE&lessElOOftofLots ? r of W 210 ft : Of Lot 4 PB A-S5 27 9 19 .. .... 6112-1 Alan & Frances Land .......... 18.44
..... .. ..... Mid Stata Homes Inc ...... '5."
W 210 tt of NWVft Of SEW 7 8 9 Bk D ft less Lot 10 G2 10 18 1 .. 4343-1 S ft Of 1474 ft of Lot 23
of RR less S 105 ft. 2 8 1 .... 3 Abner Jones .. ........ .. ,: Bk D ft less E 100 tt of Lots 263 chs Of E 1640 chs of MloA-S3, 2'9 19 ..........._... 6121 Rosa L Simmons ....,..... 48.40
210 tt on hlway as per 338 11 12 Bk D............ 1&1 J M Holt Jr ..................38294 part In Grt S of hiway, !4 chs of S 2V chs Lot 27
pg 470 2 8 17 1 ., 302-1 J W .Reba Thomas .... .... 7.3 Lot' Bk F................. B D & Dorothy Davis .. .. 39.24. 1 3 hato 18, 43 ._ .. m Mozelle Henr'EJ 500 78.93 PB A-55, 27 9 19, 1 ..f.......... 6132 R a Hattie Strappier ...... 5.63
7 Bk A Gondola Gardens Lots 1234547 BkG less W Stt Of SE'A Of SE'A, 4 10 18, 5105ffefN315ftofW103ft
Lots Pa 4 C 22 ... ....... 306-6 Eugenia/ Gllchrist Heir* ...... 18.46 17 tt of Lots 1 ft 3 ft less land I 30 ....................... .. 4366-2 R R .Alma Taylor. ... ,..39.84 tt Lot 30 PB A-55, 27 9 19 ...... 6141 Davis/ ft Williams ..... ....16.32
Lot 22, Murson'pB B-33 ........... 329 Cason & Murphy ...... .....N3OflotWSOftotBK2SF 7.17t outside 10 tt radius curve o TAPP ESTATE PB '-57 Let: PB A-55 S-D of EVi Lot 42
comer o Lot 3 .. ........ 1,47-1 C T ft Helen Farnsworth ..... 113.75 N 100 ft of W 150 ft of Lot 2 .. .. 43684 J C .Linda Butler ........... 2.1 ., 27 9 19 ... 6177-4 B J .Shirley Browning ........ 39.84
t & W High Springs ...... 3 C/.yo/ Whltfleld .......... 5.6 Lots 20 21 2 Bk H......... "62 W W Sugg Sr ... ............. ..U S ft N 200 N 300 ft of S 460 f of E '.0.6
\ N Ad 100 Of W SO f W 70 I o E 418 tt ef S 145ft Jof W ft Of or 2 O.O! : John & Linda Butler ...... 4.26 ft of Lot
5 f 2 Tax I 32S pa 11 Of N1 Of NEVi, 4 10 17 ..... 1972 Murray ft Janla/ Randolph ... ..40 ..:0... ......... ... 36.2.2 C E ft Kittle Farnsworth ..... 1.4 eel I 5 PB'A-:27 ,6"le........, 617J W & Selwla Tweeddal ........2I.lt
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SP Bi W High Springs 335-2 Ross Y Homan ............ .0 Com 200 ft W of NW cor MILLIGAN HURST EST PB A-118 SVi of Lot PB A-21, 28 t

N Adc loo ft of Bk s" Main Lucite sts run W o 4372-1 James Hurst .. ... 19 S .. ....! ........... ..... .. 4197 Jim Page ............... 20.59
10 .... Pedro Wilson 1 .... ... MM. st N RR R-W E to pt N of Lot 1 81 E 3.333 Chs of Lot 5 .... .. 3.83E N210ftofB210ftofW420ft
Spring .......
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Ad':,1' N bJJ IN NWW OF 5W' .p : ... 7.17 beg S to b. 4 10 17 ........... 1978 Abner Jones ................. '.83 Lot 299.97 2 f of E Lt 2 .Chs S 2 4372-2 James Hurst .. .. 21 Of Lot 19 PB A-21. 28 t 19 ..... 6199-2 Harold Cunningham ...... 7.7
Lot i Bk 2 Tax ) ....... James Dutton & SVi ef S!' ef RR less S .5 W 300 ft Of E of S
........ Abner Jones ........ .. ...... 2.19 683Vi of W 1220 ft ft less acres of Lot Lot 4 8. 435.6 of N 10.1 I
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Lots 9 14 Bk 2 37 L Perkins ... 25.47 f AM t
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.... Emma Mack Heir .............. lot Roland DB 303-99 W 5.667 Chs Ct Lot 5 4373 Emma 19, 3 .. .. f...3...
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Lt 19 Bk 2 Bell ...... .. 26.41 Lot 3 less S 2 acres 4373-7 Tom 8. Pearl Hurst ........ 26.41 639.1 S E ft June Hardln .. ..,.. 59.61
Bk ....... j 0 ft ... less Let to DB Lot West Hills PB E-ll ..
1 2321 Lucl. Par.r 3 P 1 1 W W Hilda Willis ...... .
Lot 2 2 2 Randolph .. Lit WVi Of 5E'/4 Of NWVi, 5 10 18, .. :.0
.......... 382-10 Tyler & ... 137
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10 1 Black ....... .L72 a les 20 Laura Hurst ................ 27.01
Lot ...............32.2 E R .Eunice .............. 31- less lo to Vlde NWVi, S 10 sly .751 WEST PARK OR 78-618
of SEVi of
2 ....... C M Lewis 5.2 Lot Lot ....,. -
Lot tk .... .... ... 32.2 Mortgage 31122 James Hurst .. ...... 27.01 1 .... .. 4351-16 Richard Barbara Quotes .. 163.26
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j 2 Ik 5...... ._.. ... ...... 305 Surety Investmet Co. .I OR .Ie. tot as per Er .75 .... Lot 3 .................... R L Janice Bass ............. 144.16
....... ef SEVi of NE'A 631.3 .
Lots f 3 10 15 26 16 Bk Bk 1 7.... .................... A 4 To ft Williams Lucille Heir.. .............17.1 5.0 OR 154-318 1-304 ft less tot per OR tot 153-258 per of R-W 5 10 i:1C!........ 43762NWVi L E .Mlrgae Co/el/ ....20.5 Lot : ..... .......vii---WEST PARK-ADDN R 1 L .Janice Bass .... ... 14744.

Lots 1 2 ....... .... Surety Mortgage Investment Co 4 .17 ....................... D G Roland Estate .... Of NEVi NWVi Lot 7 .. 9W
Lot 2 8k ... .. Investment Co "a ..83.71 & SV4 of 17N 160 4394 R H Luie Hodge ........4. .... .. 352-7 AT" Douglas ....... 3.6
..... ..... Mortgage 30.6 C 50 ft SW cooBk Lot 13 .
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Lot 4 Bk 8 ..... 4Surety Investment Co WVs.of SEW of.NEVI, 10 18, .... .. .. 6352-13 AT" Evelyn Douglas .. ..
Bk 8 ............. Mortgage 3.9 r PB A2oJ run E 350 tt Lot 14 .... ... 3SM4 AT" .... 2.1
Lot 2 A.23 Investment Co 20 ....... J P 81 / Weidner ... 2.7 ... Evelyn Douglas .. 3.
Lot Bk 8 ............ .. ... 40-2 Surety Mrg.ge S10fW3fN10f .0 A N 8.Clr/ofe Lot 30 ......... .. .... 6352-30 J H Eula Steadham ... .
..... 30.69 Lots 234, 10 10, 18, 120 .
2 Heagles ".2 John P Parker .... .... 7.43 10..4 257.3
Lot Bk 9 .... ....... Arthur .. .. .. ... 39.24 30 P ... E LOS S 210ft '.0 Let 60 ................ .. 6352-60 W F Joyce Owner ..
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......... Alphonso Robinson -- Com S of SW cor 52 HlA: VSrtfoV: oIl Lot 114 West Park Addn. 2 OR 10.4
Lot Bk t .... .... ..21 Bi of ....... 441M W T Brown 52.68
Lot 2 Bk 9 ............... .... AI62 Surety Mortgage Investment. Co. : 3.1. Orlg Newberry run ISO I' E 2 a K.therln ... W-244-5-6 ...... ........ 6353-114 J F & Ol.f Galney .. .... 18.46
Lot 2 Bk 9 ........ ...... 41-2 Robert .Annie Johns tt E350ftNi50ftW350ftto S loVOS.2.1./ J B & Mary Brown 32.68E21OftofW$4gftOfN Lot 3 Westmoreland Addn 1 PB
..... ft NW ln 4412 ...
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.... C.II. ... 1.4 POB DB 318 4 10 ..... .. .........
10 DB pg6f .. .. 6395-36 W G & .
Lot 9 Bk 41 Fr.mpo p 22 Dorothy 424.75
23 Inc ...... ..... W L Mollie Vldeon .... .. / Cars .
Lot Bk 10 ...... .. ...... ......1..5 17, 1.20 ........... 19W-4 a ..1.1 D Beatrice Robinson ... EST OR 61-239
..... In Grant 10 10 18 1
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1 .. ............. 428-1 Ethel Richardson Lots 8 9 Bk 9 Chapman ft Smith 412J 3.4 Lot 9 .. .. ... ..
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Lot Lot 12 Bk 13 10 14 Bk" ;1; ........... 4 Wiie" ..... ... .. 2.9 Add PB A-122 .................. 2021 Alice Manning ........,,... ... 3.49 Nil N210ftofW210ftof of NEV4 23 10 18. 80 Nw'/4. .9 H Johnson .......... 7.4 Lot 10 .................... 6399-10 4399-9 E FE"E a Elizabeth Clara Cline Terry.......,.,.......248.80 22.13

1 WHETSTONE EST ADDN PB A.464N75ftofp100ttofBk2less Bk PB 2 A.12 Chapman....a.Smith. ..Add... 2040-2 Abner Jones ................ 3.49 S NWVi 210 ft of of SWVi E, 210 28 10 ft IS of, 1 SWV4....f. 4521 J" Martha Richardson ........ 20.5 Lot Lot 26 16 ... ....,............... 6399-16 6394-36 G K D D ..Virginia Evelene Britain.......... ... 3496

ORIGINAL NEWBERRY PB A129ASVi ot SEW, 28 10 18, 1 4524-1 CT Hunt ........ Let 34 ................... 639.3 R D Erma .......... 2.1
R W Tax DB 335 __ 123 ...... Rose y Homm "'.... .... .. 5.63 of Lot 1 Bk 2 ................2051 C L Williams ..... .... ... 1345 SWVi of NWVi, 31, 10 18, 40 4547 Elizabeth K 528 21 Lot 39 ....... ... P A ..Rum Prev.t ....... 3.2.
Bk 6 less N .. 42. Ethl D Miller .............. ... 67.C Lt 10 Bk 3 .................. 2068 Domestic Mortgage Corp .. ... 5.03 EVi of WVi of SW'/4 of NEW, Lot 40 ........ .......... 639940SUNNYBROOK B H .Janis Hazard ........ 6.90.
2001tne ofiNEV. .. ... 20,9 Ola Jackson Heirs ......... 7.17 ?. ?
3 Bk 12 .. ... P Span ......... .
of 32 10 18 10 4556
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81 C8 454 C A Mclntlre .. .. e 12 ..... .. 2103 Frances A Hardee 11.45 S 792 LIBBY HEIGHTS PB E-92
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NW1 II per Replat 30 if Lot S Bi 13 .................. 2113 Jackson ft Sanders ..... ....... 32.83 440 ft of NE' Lot 3 ....... ...,...... A G & Edith ... 706.42
W R Of NWVi & N 8 chs Of NEVi 63 Pagnz1
Lot 8 ..
P6 A-126 M 438 ........ 47 Mary S Kenard .... ..... .... 7.T Lt 7 Bk 13 OR 147-1,3 ....... 2114-1 Jannle Young ......... ... 67.0 ef NW'A 32 10 18. 24 4566 Hunt 60.44NW'A Lt ............ J L" Hilda ............ "'5.6
Lots 1 234 Dno ._..... S H .Vlvl.n Summers Jr......2.13Bk 14 less Lots 1 2 ............... 2118NVi C T .Helen Farnsworth ....... 11.8' NEVi E of Grt, 310 Ta 43 ...... ...... 64 "* .. .. .. ... .......... 1 A E .Lottie .. ... 21' of Lot 9 Bk 16 .. ..... .. 2132 Julia Scot Heirs ...... .. 15, ................ A H Brown Heir 46.26NWW Lo 88 .. ... ... ....... 6400-88 Cornelus" Doris Rain ..... 26.9.
Lots 4 7 8 9 Bk 34 .. 2230 Jessie Brown 30.69 ; ., SKYLINE
ADDN PB A4 ....... ...
E FOSTER .
Of G Bk WVi of Lot I Bk 37 ............. 2237-2 R G .Reasala Smith ..........,. 2.8 1/' .SWA Of NEVi 4 11 18 M Nattlel 9.91N Lot 10 ... ....,,.......... 60.10 HEIGHT .Elsie Sears ........,. 45.66
N-ly 75 I Of E-ly 175 f Lots I2910&E3$14ftof '3 Lot 37 ...... ..... W V Jayne Barkley Sr .....
14 ft o Bk 4 R9 1 .S.....MooreAddn .......... 619 J C ft Rebecca Vause .... 421.01 Lots 3 8 Bk 42 ............... 2252-1 L R Hodge ..... ... ..... 223.75 SEW 10 chs, 4 of 11 E 18 8 8 cbs.of NWVi. of 4655 F Nattiel .. .......... ..... 7.1 Lot 3 ............ .... .60.3 Coy & Helen Thoas..... .. 45.6.
W of hlway/ Bk 15 ... 634 Abner Jones .. .... .. ... 42.76 Lot 5 Bi 42 ......... ...._. 2252-5 T G Hicks ............. ... .. 435" N 6 2-3 chs of W 12 chs of Lot 5 .. .................. Alvaro 8 EIgenla Aguirre ..... :.
Lot 8 .
N 25 ft of W 80 f Ot 1 Lots 4 Bk 44 .......... .... 2254-4 C A ft Rogers ............ 99.11 MADISON PARK PB F-3 .6

Lot _2 Bk I 35 Lots part S 6 Bk as OR....... 4,4 Ada O Easterlln ....... 287.9J Lots 3 5 6 Bk 5......... 23NIPPERS Abner Jo"Bet ............ ... 15.72 Of NWVi W 210 of ft, '11 less 18 N 7 .210 n 4658 fra l.Ethel Nattie' ... 13-33 Lot 6 .......... ....... 6410-6 E L .Olive Barron .......... 193.21
54 578 also : Capltll Builders .......... .. 281.53 ADDN PB N ft 210 Lot 21 ................. 6410-21 Helen Dyson .. ....... 300.13
W 100 f of Lot S Bk 4. ... 7G1 R Jean ... ....... 99.11 ; Lot 1 Bk 2 ... ............ ...... M94 & Arls Darling .. .... 13.55 210 of W .ft of NWV.of Sam Nattiel Lot 52 .. ............. .. 61G5 Bily". Dortha Hunnicutt .. ,.. 133.33
.. JosP SE'A 18
W 10 Of Lot. Bk 4........ I T Marin ....... .7.80 Lots 2 9 10 Bk 2 ................. 2298 w.r.cl Heirs .... ... 3.6 Lot 8 4 11 1 N 4'8 a Lle 63.3 Lot 7 .................... 6107 G L Anne Hendry ....... ., 137.41
Bk less LOS ft Of
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Lot Bk 1 .... .... .......... 12J C Harris ........ ....... 13.5 S 75 ft of Lot 1 Bk 3 ............... 2 Inez .............. ...... w105ftofLot&Lots12ek Lot Westvilla PB F.1 ... 61.2 S D .Dorothy Camber ....... 99.11
WVi Of Lot Bk 107 N 25 of Lot 8 Bk a.... ....... Bessie Williams ................. 2.1' Lot 9 Westvilla PB ...... 611 T J Margaret McCarthy Sr .. 133.33
N 30 ft h lot 2 C' 217 pg A.123 220 875 American Acceptance Corp 52.61 Lot f Bk 3 ...................... 2307 B Goines F D Mattie f 2 iaJs''...Place... "..A 7'h. 4702-7 Conroy Heir S, Ellsworth 32.49 Lot per OR 190-219 3 9 19 ..... 0 L" Elsie Gordon .... .. ....

Mai'Bk'V7I of *.".*. T..r.PB ...:::..... 12 North .... ....... 223 Herring .............. ... 1355 NVi of Lot 1 .of Lot 2 Lot 1 p OR 9.7 3 9 19 .,-. 6435-5 Gainesville Survival Center Inc .. 75.6.
i S-D BK 130 pa':6 Lot 8 Bk 4 Tax DB 3 129 .... 2313 Rose Y Homan .............. NY PB MASON MANOR NO 1 PB E-30
3.83WALTONS
CANNON 939 J R Greene ...... 69.1' P ADDN PB '-2 f5 Lasts15.1760 03 ...A-10 H Rachel standridge Sr.. Lot 19 .. ...... ......... .. 6Ja1 W F Betty Osborn ... ......
Lots 1 2 .. .................. ..... 945 Horn..Midred .......... 2..27 Lot 1 Bk 1 ...... ..... 2316 Annie R Stafford ................. 2.8 4 to9 Bk' L Tax D8 325 4741lots 8. 404 Lots 6 7 less W 1 f O Lot 7 Bk 16.2
N 48 tt of Lot 12 .............. ..... 969 Sam Kart McPh.rso................ 10.3 Lot 2 Bk 1 ....._...... ......... 2317 John Jackson .................. 2.1 131 Archer Hills PB B-42 .- 4777-1 RMt Y Homan ............... 3.49 S University Park B-61-75 .. 6442-6 J W a Cr.t Fordyce .. 296.45
Lots. 5 DB 287 P 144 ...... 972 Carrie William ... ....... Lot 1 Bk 5 Tax DB 137 .... 2342 Rose Y Homan ................... Lots .
.. 5.0 1
Lot 7 .... .. ........... ..... 47.81 3 P..... .. ............ ... 5 6 7 Bk C Archer Hills ANNIS TERRACE
... .. Janle l Watkins ......... Lot 1 Bk i ..... 2349 Susie Curry .. 5.0 PB B-42 4777-2 Jennlt Colt .......... 3..4' PB D-10
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Lts ........ .P CD PB A-S2 CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN PB A-95 Lot 24 ......... .. ..... .. 6446-24 W Adkison i H L Bass 14744
... TO'J .. .... 2.1 Let 2 Bk 2 ............. ...... 2401-2 Paul ft Christina Mack ....... 34.96 Lots 133 1 Central 2 4 5 Bk B Tax DB 325-. Rose rlr.n Lot 14 Palm Terrace PB'C67.1.. M W Cheney ........ ,.. .. 159.00
Lot 4 Bk 3 less EM f .. .. WFJSSSF?...;...?.... 2.1 Lot 9 Bk 3 .................. 2402-9 j w Hener ................ 2.8 Lot Grismore Addn S-D PB PB A-132 D 3 .. 4 i STrJi 7.7. Reserved cor Bk 1 f ... I
Lot 3 Bi 1 Tex CB -P 7.. ...tO K" Emma .......... 5.0 Lot 7 Bi 5 .................. 2404-7 H.nrl.tl ................... 2.8 Lot 1 McNalrs/ PB A-127- .. 4888 C H a Rut" jSgrtlii Marin 10767 Hibiscus Park PB 8.3 ... 63 H L .Alice Llndsey .... ,,. 33.4)
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Lot 1 106 E 6 tt .
1 .. F" Pauline ........ Lots 6 Bk 6 ................... 240 L.ltl Jones .......... .3 S 175 of Lot 1 Hibiscus
Lot' Bk t ........... 10 ADDN PB A.52 Lots 9 .10 Bk 6 ................ 2.Q Hicks ........ ......,... ft of ft NEVJ of, N 17 425 11 18 ft .OfE 210 5045-3 J M .Mar Gordon 3.1 Park PB S. .. 644-lM H A Kelley .....,,.....,... 5.6

L ..GI8S. a FOSER 10 Janis Watkins ................ 2.8. Let 6 Bk 7 ................... 24064SVi M H Hicks ............. 2.89 W 50 n of E 169 f Of S 9 0 Lot B-88 20 Golfvlew.........-.Estates. .. PB. 6460-20 Fordyce 8> Associates InG .. 180.98
"bllVVh.W'M orthe'E of Lot 3 Bk 10 J D NEW Of NE'/ ..

250 of the N 100 of I Addn PB A-87 .........Hoge. W31 Abner Jones .................... 34 f.o 396 ft o SVi NW'of NE1 Of Lots PB 115 B-88 116..Golfvlew.. Estate.
f Helen G Davis
Bk 144 f S of I 9th St S of J&SW RR .8th St '/ of NE'A NE' ofNEVI Lot 615 ......... f.1'
Unrecore .......... 1067-5 Williams Jr........ ...... N of C Street J D Hodges of NW'A .S 420 ft of .,2'0 Golf Club Manor PB
James At.c.
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Lots .
a ....... Ltole Smith ..... 6484-101 Gus Andy ..... ...... ... 249.40 t
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Lot 6 big the Bk W 144 SO Unrecorded t of the N NWVi Addn of PB SWVi A-87 les..NW'ANWVi 2472 Abner Jones ... .. .. .... ".0. w105ftofB24lffofS105 E 210 ft 17 11 18 11 5056 .... .. 1645. Lot 1 Scrafford Plat PB F-26 .,. 6487-1 H J a France Schroder............ 6.6

10 f Lets 1 4 Bk 144 ... 107F W Washington ........... 104 o SW'A, 17 3...o 2525-1 E H ft Joyce Taylor ....... 31.29 1t of SEVi Of NWVi Of NE'A, 11f of Newberry Hiway a.
$ ; of W ef Let .s NWVi of NW of SW' les N 11 11 15 .................. .... 502 Eugene a Roberta Campbell ..4.7 pr 33 pg 164 2 10 19 6503-5 N H & Kathlyn Fleischer .... 12.4
S f 10.. f 1099 Arizona Williams Heirs ... .. ".3 210 of 20 f S 10 17. ... 2525-2 E H Joyce Taylor .. .. 12.05 1 acre NE'Ot 16 Anglewood Replat
f a PB .... ....._.. ..
JS .L R E" Sophie/ Fisher ...
'n7of "Lot"i" 1 J Coudon Vi... ,, C. .
N SO "E "n"of sq cor Of SWVi SEG, 11 VI ....... .. 50,6 ... ... 34 Lot 628.1 ...12.5
5 3.49 of SW'A, 8 10 17 1 _. 2527 Abner Jones ................... 3 Oakland Terrace PB
B 1100 Abner Jones .. ... ... I . 3.49 N 100 n of ft of E 10 E-42 .. ......... .... 45334 W R Wllleen \
OOf : t' Lots 47 48 Bk 2 Grant Park ft ef that part of NEVi of ? H.nerso.. 223.75
E :tt 147 ...."i';. ..t.. 1101 Arizona: Williams Heirs ........ 1tt]! PB C-8 .. .. .. ... ......... 2551 H L Black/ ......... ........ 3.49 W of hlway, 20 11 18 5105-J Hazel' G Penny 57,49N200ftofS700ftofB150 Lt 10 Bk G Fletcher. Hgts No
PB ... ............ 6554-10 J E & Elizabeth
Wood
.. ........ E. 172.42
Lot Bk 149 .................. 1110 Per Wilson ... 2'.5 N of NWVi 18 10 17 40 .. .. 2587 Mack Brown ............. 30.69 S 411 tt 3614 tt of Sec 3 ... .

Lot.,4 10 Bk...150...Pltr.st... .S-D....PB.. 1117 S" Barbara Pugh ...... ...3.49 Lots 15 5 to 4 1 Inc Bk DB 7 ft of of that Rd 20 part 11 of 18 NEVi.Of NEV.W 5105 Que E Penny ................ '-23 4,746 I s Lot 26 of a S 168.7 2, f of W \

Lots crest 11 5-1 PB 13 14 Bk- .151..Pins-........... 12 Eunice Gasst ...*............. 2.15Lt SE'pg 13 Hal'MO 3 1,4 P8 A-146............ 1641 2682 Rose Elizabeth Y Homan K Duke.................... "..o N SEVi 64 n Of of E 21 f Of NWA.NVi 21 of Lot 4.8.10.I Seville.....S Hgts. ..1..OR.1.1 653.3 SammIe R Hunter ....... 6446. t

2 Bk ..... Abner ....... ............. NVi of NEVi of NW\ 1 1.2.27041NVi J W ft Janie Farnsworth ..,. .._. 7.17 11 18 5137-1 Haze! G Penny A.C 260 ................... .....95. 6547-10 J J Mary MIxson ...........
n'i OR .. Mary R Jones 1-J S 50 of W 120 ft of Lot 3 : a .
2 Bk 160 vfmBk 4 of NEVi. 8 1 $ .. 2705 J W ft Janie Farnsworth ....,. 24.27AlachuaVolusla f N 144 tt of E 144 tt of SW'A of ..4
163 as per DB "$ 9 29 ... 1 E Robinson Estate ............. EVi o NWVi, 1 1 17. 80 ..... .. 2714 / Investment Co. 30.69 Wieof Plat DB 87-6 ........ 5141 R L .Margaret Williams 44.12 SEVi of NWVi. 3 10 19 ....... 6558-1 Sam Anna Graham ,... I
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E 20 W 42Vi I o N 126 NVi NEVi Of River 10 acres OR 10 1.e
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ft o Bi o 4 RB I 317 pg. ................... 6 18. 62 .......,......... 2737SEVi Taylor Simmons .. .......... 76.20 WILLIAM SAMS S-D PB A123SVi 19. 10 pr.......1.,4.. .... 6435J W Dunwody Jr ..... ,,.,... 9971
310 Mr Addn PB AjMS 1178-1 Ros. Y Hoan 4.0 1 7 18 16 ...... ...... 2774 D M .Sarah Dupree .......... 31.4 of Lot f less R-W DB W 14 chs of E 27.12 chs of Lot .
Ell of NW' Lt 2 Bi N 210 yds of 140. yds 10 7 350-124 5163 Mabl R Handy Heir........ 22.73 2 PB A-10 9 1. 16 '".h.... 6675WVi J A & Ernestine Taylor Sr ..... t
1 Tax DB 1 p S Moore ...... .. 15, 6 2825 Rub Blanton ..... ........... 5482 Lot 14 5168 Bro Jr ............... 2.89 of L 7 less 50 f R-W .5.9
... .... 1180 Rose Y ... 1.3 E Vi of SEvi'oYNE'viY'n'yisl'ib"EVt .
Addn PB .. Hon 2832 a Sarah Dupree ....... 1345 W ft of Lot 22 11 18. 25 5171 J Pierce 28.55 less for E-W acces
U1 D E WHETSTONE ADDN A-1. .......... 22.1 ef SW'A ef NW'A. 14 7 18. 20 .255A J.ck............... ... 13.55 82 3 15 In 2 Grt less R-W, PB A-10, 9 10 19. ....... ..., 6478 Clifton Jr ... 5744 ,
.... 1310 P Trowell Cares .....
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Bks 38 3 54 Lot Bk 7 High Springs/ Manor .... S210ftof
..... Marl 11 18, 29 5181 Frances Dubois Doris Grim B240ftofW'hof .
2 47 ... ... ........ 1324 Myrtle Thomas .......... 41.3 PB 1 B71SVi .. ... .......... .. 2 .8.1 ,
Lot Bk .. ..... .. 2926 N A Gilbert .................... 1 acre sq of Lot 19 In Grant SEW of SEVi. 10 10 19. 1 6687-3 Mid State Homes Inc .
.. 3.4 '
............... 1327-2 Abner Jones .....
48 .. 2.1 .
Lot 3 of NEVi N of old 11 18, 1 C S Gladys Loworn S ft of Let 8 OR .4
Lot 1 Bi. Bk A.................. 1328VW Jasper McDonald ................ 2. W W 2-3 htway of SVi leI 2 11 12 13 Bk 7 Archer Hgts 5113 33 23.1 Sweat SD I pr DB

of Lt .. Bk. .5 Tax...OB 1M2 Rosa Y Homan ................. 3.49 10 bte f old ft new hiways No. 2 PB C-3 5205 A E Barbee 34 250-397. 11 10 34 .....n.... 6700 Elsie Williams Heirs ...,.... 40." I
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N105ffofS315ftofB210ft
pg ft of Lot Bk 8 Archer Hgts 2
21 Bk 59 .......". 134 Riley .Mania Sheffield ......2t21 DB 358-349 130 lis SEVi new S Of hlway RR PB. C-3 .No 3206 A Miller .................. 3U9 Cf Lot a, 11 10 19 ,....... .. 4709.2 Mary E Mills ........
Let 4 Bk A Firtch-Clayton d" less W 428 7 8 18, 65 .... ... N 180 ft ef W of that part S 15 Chs of. N chs of E 4.3 1.0
3035 J A Alta Cain ...... 3
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PB A-126 ....... ........ 136t F Coleman .......... .... 9.0 W100ttof514NEWbh" ... 67.9 of Gov Lot 6 2 E of Mway/ chs 11 10 19,
Lt 3
Com at SW cor o III asp tween new old hiways, 7 N 41 OR 27-169, 27 11 18 5229-2 E W .Doris Cooper 9.45 o..... .. .... ......... 6712 Isabella Campbell Heir ft
I l % Of ACL Ri Mn 3 8 18 ....................... 30354 J A Alta Cain ........... NWVi of SE'SEV. Of SE1 t.C S 7 chs of N S7 chs of Lt 3 becca Langhom .............25.47
7.ft to J. Br line Let 31 Santa Fe Hills PB1DB E.73.. W R a Mary Seville ..,...... $12.6. less R-W. 32 1 18. 80 5258 Ella Sams Heirs ......... .... tou N 210 ft Of W ft.
E tt N 30Vi 196 ftN30degB272ftN66degW Lots 23 Bk 180-235 31 N 8.24 chs of NEW of NEVi 34 11 10 19. 6 ........... 8712-1 Isabelle Campbell Heirs J
Alachua Co Addn PB lets RR-W, 33 11 18 16 5241 J H Wcatherspoon N 210 I of S 1,80 tt of W 210 becca Langhorn ......a.. .
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40 tt te beg lau tots to York I I. A-100, 10 Rel.... .. .,,.., 3071 Hel.n" Ross L Smith ...... SE 1 Icr sq of that part of Lot 41 of 3, 11 10 1,. 1 .......... 67122S150ttofN300ftofE200tt Andy 81 JOpl Washington .... S.6
Beard Tim William NVi of SW'A of SW'A S ef Alachua/ 45 3 N Rl as per OR 85-38, 1.
LESS 3 Strebl* S-D ft Lacrosse Rd less tot DB 366432 34 52704 W J Ethel Robinson W 225 Lot 7, 10
less Wo 315 I ef N-ly 4 tt. ... .. 12.5 ft less tot OR 15-124 les Lot W 1 1.along RR-W of E 420 .. 51.1 o ".".. f. o 1' 6743-2 Carl Rose .............. ...
J 5 ..........'...... .-1379 Abner Jones .. .... OR pg 543 ft OR ft along RR-W of S 210 ft of I N210ftofS420ftoE210ft 10.5

Co at iterio of Lir .5 .Lot as per OR that part ef Lot 3 N o RR-W.. I Of Let 8, 11 10 19, 1 ._........ 6748 Mary L Green .... .... 24.87
ft $ r 6 111 less Let as per OR 34 1 18, 1 5270-4 Leroy & Rosa Robinson Jr ..... Com 420 ft N of SW cor Lot 4
deg E 750 ft S deg 1112 .less Lot as per OR' W of E 1980 ft S 51 N210ffE210fS210ffW210ft
30 ft te POB S 27Vi deg W 4 less OR 136408, 41. n f of NVi of NWVi o as per DB 10

Sea S6244dogE215ftN \ 1112 18., 9.7 .Lt J129 Charlie ft MabI Frailer .. 1 1. 6.29 .3 5290-4 James Robns ....... .0 19. 1 ....... .7........ 1.... 6752 S.Fannie Knight ........... 11.11
ce E460ftN4214degW 115 tt on Mway a ;f. ... 311 Tat S of River 3 4 19. 21 .. Abner Jos ................. Lot as per DB m2 12 10 ".
tt to POB less N 110 Sara ......... 1.124 11 1 18 .i..Pr. ... 31294 C 0 Frankla ... .. 44.12 Al E pr SRD 23 & of river, I It. 7 .. .. .. 67 7.J J A & Barbara Borrttt ...
I Of W 80 f 3 8 1.......... 1379-1 Jol a Robr. .. 1.6 lti 1 1 Lincoln Gade PB a Witeld 3 6 1. 6 5296-1 Dykes a Rhoden ............... 16 I Com at NW car Napier Grt N 86 .nw
3 8 ... 13794 .. ... 520,
as per 12.2 1 Ed.rs S river less RR-W. 33 deg 15 min E 594 ft to POBN33deg30mInW361ftN
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..... President ft Edith ..
Myers W
Lot as per OR 122 3 8 1 .. 1379-4 Leone ... 66 Let 97 i i'Ginw'1 1.1 ...7J7 85 5297 Dykes .Rhoden .............. 4840NWVi .
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Lot M per OR 1ca o1. 13794 J W a Janle Hall .. .... .11 E-40 3131-97 Joseph Nettle ...... of NWVi S .W of River, 57 deg 4 ml E 3 f S 1
Com 5 tt E of o I Com 280 tt Nof.sw.cor.o a H.r ..3. 3 7 19. 6 5301 Abner Jones ........ 14.15EVi deg 3 S 8 e
Rg Moore Addn run 80 EVe C NW NE o paved ef NWVi .Sw ef NWVi, deg 1 ml W 182 I to ., .
ft t 110 ft W 80 ft.N 110 ft. 1621 graded r 7 7 19, 120 5329 D M Sarah Dupree ..,... less SW ef this
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.. John ft Sara Roberts o 16.1
3 I 17 ......... .. 1379-7 .. 6 W ln NWV4 r SETA ef NEVi less R of W, I tra N 33 d 3 min W I.2 ,
CTotACU tor of s hs lot f POE o R-W 1 8 8 7 19, 35 m L R Mott .............. 2.5 POB deg 3
RR f EVi of SEVi less RR-W 87 W N 63 minE "
3182
tonNE Thomas Edna McCray .. .. 22.99 15.1 f cl
par Wit RR cor Cf That part of"Nvi"ef"Gov'Let'j a 19. 74 ... 5344 Thelma M Preston ............ 8241SWVi 2.9 S 15 min E
Stroe lt SW o Strobi N&WofSALRR&N& of NWVi W ef 9 7 115 f 63 deg 37 min W

lin 3 f to b SW ft 1 135tt ft E ef Graded road 8 18 2151 Abner Jones .............. 4.09 19. 34 .Rod 5345 L R Mott ....... ............ 2.0 2074. I t POB, 1 10 19 ....... 6" L H a Eloise Waits .......... 114.87
NW 13 also Econs That part of SW* NEVi ft of SWVi W Of SRD 23,
York at SW cor that part ef SE' of S'7 19, 304 5350 Thelma M Preston .......... fill ROBBINSWOOD PB E-69
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ef Beard tot run S 30 lying between S R- NW SEW ef NWVi less R-W Ell L 25 Bk A ... .............. 6797-25 J A ft Mary Bel ........... 39.24
deg w 43 fts 6** B inn new ACL R-W l old A. Of SWVi, 24 7 19, 114 5442 J Wilson Heirs ......... 16186 3 Bk B.......... ..4777.3Terry & Wingo ..........
N 30 c E I N 6 ce R-w. 13 8 12..1 ....... 316-1 Abner Jones ..... S.NOSi" 3 acres I SE cor of NEVA offE' SW'A ef SEW Of NWVi 14 10 5
W bin l N 210 ftofW201ROEK ...... per 19, 10 .. ... .. 4798 J Alexander Heir ..,. ... 82.61
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It 1 from Sis 21 14 8 18 .....'.....'... 3210-2. J M Christine Thomas ......... 91.16 l3 ... ... .... .. 5457 aT McGmnl. 8 T Smith 8. O Com !353ftWft420ftSofNEcor
C deg 96Vi W 129.6RefNEWO. S yds ef E yds ef NWVi Banks 8 I Howard Trustees ... of S1 r S de w
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SW wet Bk 27.D 27Vi E W"It 8 .. 3215 Ollle M Kits ................... 26 7 .............. 5461 Collies Porter ....... ..... UI 63 along RR-W 5' S 3 f e .
ato Addn runS 8 ef"W"C't"ef"N" 2.0 SrioNEWoNEVIkssR-W 452 N 14 19, .
4V I E 12 N 2 defl Et 1ft 14 81 Less N 425 n of W 300 ft, 4.14 f ..t....PB.- .........-.... 6804 J I.Aflnt Cameron ..........

3.17' f ......125.....I...."beg".., ins Gladys T Wright ............ N 8 210 18 tt..o Of"E."210.....tt..'ef.."NWVi...... 3215-1 Thomas ft Theresa Meek ........\23* That 27 7 part 1 f. of 20 WVi.of SWVi tying W R H .Barbara Turner Jr .....21.W C pr at OR NW c of thence property run as S 21

Cent at Intersection ef N I'" o 51 Of N of NWVi DB between old min6secB1102.64ftS32 ,

Mall SEW ef SEVi St wit S run lie 2 I 14 .........32. m REa Mayota Brown ........ 36.16 ton villa Springs Worthington worthlne Gai deg 39 min 6 sec W 299.1 ftN49deg1min54secE

de I S 42% d E COLLEGE PB B47 &NofSALRRDB160-416, 394.8 ft N 1 deg 39 min f setw9a1.24ftS37Gag59min54

f W 27 210 ft E to 210 beg 3 8 17 62%.... 13,8 Effle N Webster HeIr .......... 12 L 1 Bk A ............ :1 HEIGHT Walt..-Essie MIc .. .... 3944 27 7 19, 12 ..,. 5497 J& Mil Harris .... W44lOOffN&SbySOOftES. sec ft N 59 mm 6 ,
Ge 81 Terr E7S7SB Lt 3 3 Bi A ............ Willie ...... .. 24.4 3.1
.SI. .... ..... 101-1 Modern Homes Construction Co .n.nlti ............ 323516Lot J.rll.stet O Manatee Cnt W DB in 40 NEVi pg 444 C SW as leased per 'I s deg W 387 f thence sec run POB S,

162 16 Itl T. r r In .... ... .... .. 2 to Bettwa Brawn. '7 19 ... 5505 L Growers In.......... S 1 10 5. n." 5.....t....... 68C1-4
... ..... 1416 R.y.Mary Spence ...... 5.4 W *110 5 6 7 D mS RO.n.Barbara K Jr .....46 Com at .car Mtt 15$ o SEI ef SEW NEVi R B & Sr'Brown III .........
: i..ii.i.2.i. o 10 19 IVi o......... 6815 J, ..... 10.U
Church ...........
Lots as per DB 58-384 ft DB Bk G, .. 3239-18 I" Annie Jo............. 56 l o s fi N2lonofS534ftofB420ft W.1 7.
.9 Lot S ........... .... ... sec line Wrlht W
3240-5 .
Abner
558 less l as per DB 1,2 Jo ... .. 2 E to pub read S SEt of G L .. ..
ft less 201-104 WEL ADDN PB e t Cr o \ 1 10ARREDONDA T Web ..11
PARK
181-437 less DB a. ft Lots 10 13 17 Bk 1 .............. Welch Heirs ......941 lot tot W t NW car Cr -
S to OB
lea DB a 297-279 2133 0BCornlooRaoNEcoroStro Lts'2 4 Bk 3 ......... .. 3280 Annie B Campbell ............ 32.83 b 49. p 3 Bk A .. ... .. ..
.I l 27 7 ....... 8531 J W Mtldrsd Harrto .. 6861-3 Marilyn Gray ...... .... .. 2."
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270-168, 3 8 17 14U Luveta Cannon ................ 16 l Bk 3 .................... 3282 R L ft Rheta Wlllingham ........2 I SWA 01'NEV.less 2 acres 10 Bk A .._.-:............. 6841-4 Evelyn I .? .....;..... 2.N
10 Bk 3 .;... ......... J .... .i. JI .
Lt ... 31 Rh Wliha. SW n. R-W Lots 21 Bk D .......... 68614 Anna ....... .... .... ..
be. Quarters run W 132 tt S L 17 Bk 3 ...............LEROY. ADDN PB C-79 ...........21 side, 28 7 19. 2. 5537 R H .Barbara Turner Jr 4142 N 356.4. 2 of NEVi W of Rd .
tte132ftN7stt.31 SEVi of SEVi less 200 RR-W, 29M NEVi, 21 10
7 ... .. ......... .. 1421 J Jones ........ 4.69 Lot 8 1 1 21 39 4 47 48 6 ... ... f......... l... .....f.O ....... Ernest
......... 62 .. .... Church Faith ....... 29.15 2 7 19. 3 -: 5543 J W a Mildred HanH .......... 2447 h. Sheffield .................. 11&
NWVi of .
SW 1 acre sq 'sW. 6 6 6 6 6 6 o G b part Bk lying S of S313.2)ftofN2305.64ftofNB'
4 8 17, 1 1453-2 Modern Homes Construction Co 74.06 l 10 ...... ......,. Surety Mg.o Ifestme Co .37.10 Tat o 4 Ways Addis W of Rd. 21 10 19, 6 ... ... 6869-5 J D .Betty Adamson .. ,.
... ... .. H H ft Bnn .
E260ftofW680ftofSS40ttOf ... .. .. .. E 56 of 2
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Helin J 7 Arredonda
5 5556 W Mildred
Harris ....
NWVi J 17. 5 .. 1453-10 Nellie B B.rle............. 5.4 Let .......... ..... 31612 Prince Jacob ..... .... 42 Lrs 2 Ways Addn LaCrosse a ..0 PB E Lt .. Es.t.. 6878-7 H H Betty .......... 129.43
Let 14 .. .... Church .... .... 4 4 a Irlml.f
N 100 tt Of sro"'I' SW'A Of .... 31. o G b Faith 50 ....._. 5557 JW Mildred Harris ...... .. W tt of Lot 9 Arredonda Es 3.
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NE7 .. ........ 1470-1 Mid-State Hos In.......... 14 Lots 2 2 ............,... 31 Abner .... ... 5.0 Z 1 a 5U tates PB 644 ..... .>..... f$7IH C Doris Terreil ............ U5J|
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Tract N F,ft 10 of Lot............. 1484-12 W J ". ............... l .......... ....DOWNING. 316 ADDN Nolan/ a C-79-79C Rebecca Robinson .... 50 Bk H less 40 ft of S side 5575 J W ft Mildred Harris .. 9.31 Co 12 at W ml pt- o E I run a

Jer 2 E-75-75B 2.. 3outkside148f-266 Duke a McCall a wives .,.... ...- Ls 1 2 Bk 4 .. .141.. ...... 3347 PI. C.mpl- ......... 51 NEVi N30ftefEl-3efBkB less RR-W & less .E S8i I..Barbara Turner Jr ....... 22.1! E ens 12V ails 1 beg c. 21 18 12chs (

3 3 32 Bk 5 Tallm Lt I 5 Woe Addn PB' n of N 210 n ef SEVi ef 6 19, 15 ............ 6900- T J & Helen Davis ............. .
Hgts H 1 PB 1.1"17. ... 153t Mildred S lee.......... 3.49 .. ..... 34414 8 R Hunter ..................... 6 also SEW of NWVi 32 7 IMH..5421 J W t MJWred. Harris .....,....16030SS (Continued on Page 15); n.

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DESCRIPTION. CODE NAME
DESCRIPTION ORMAN LEIGH EST PB E49n W 51Vi ft IS. 2 AMOUNT f
CODE NAME AMOUNT less sold ... ...... ..... 9004 00'& Annls .............693.60 o L L 11475 E B & Bertha
lt ................. Lois WIgglesworth 99.71 Lot 1 & SV E 10 ft ef Lot 3 _
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Lot Lot 8 f H C & Peggy Baker .......... 107.67Lt IJ1'W'13"& o
as per OR 140-330 & per OR 10 ......................... .......... L 'W'51\i Bk 2 Wasito Hgts PB
C & 120.51 .
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141-545. 21 10 19 ............ 69044 W B & Ruby Richardson ......... 67.U'tot Bet McKin 1 11476 W E & Lone Doster ....... .......... 14965 Ruby H Kllllnger
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per OR 161.150 21 10 If ..... ,964-4 Simon 17 ...... .. ... 9004-17 0 0 .......... 231.70 \ Lot 7 Bk ........... 11493 J C & Edna Williams S 1.11 ft of W ft of Lot 27.6
as per OB 168-225 less lot & Ellenor Richardson .... 69.18T Lot 18 ..................... 9004-18 0 0 & Louise Annls .......... 176.10 S\ o Lt 7 Bk 14 ........... 11493-1 J C & Edna WII.m 163. 30 Less S 10 ft 11 Spencer

IS per DB 265-177 & less lot as W f Bk 1..... 11505 Lottie Lewis Heir ..,..:::::::::: 43.52 Replat DB J4 .Cit......... 15175 P W
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22 10 29 ? 690 J & Helen Davis ............. 245.73 Lot 25 ..... ...-......... t2 0 O & Louise Amis ........ 32141 lot 6 Bk 21 ................... 15 A C Duval ... ..... ...... 157 W 50 ft Of Lot 3 ft Lot 4 Bk F .Page Peck Jr ......... 39 .(
totDeraDBper .. .
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less W
a" 32 004. Annie ..........
22' : Louise Let 2 Bk 24Lot ... W M Helen .. .
OB 310 L 2 93 ... .. .
p 145. 3.62Lt & Hut Westfield PB A47 ........ 15234Ely H L Carter .....
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10 1' .. .. .. 448 Oscar & Ollie Davis ............. 27.01 55. .. 5 0 0 & Louise Annie ........ 2.97 111 IS ,9'Bk'if ss.i 30 ft of Lot DB 2",5 20
Lets 20 21. as per OB 327-250 80 ft of Lot 11556 MenU R C Raines ......... 23240 ft Lot 5 Bk 3 Forest

Rkelands .. 6973 W C & Lucille Cushman ......... 35.54 Lots 5 695ElOftofLotl7&Lots 18&E10 ft of Lot PB C-S8 ... ....P.r.... 15257 F D & Mignon
Com 2443.42 :,8"L424'di s' i" lot 5 ...................... 9004-56 D W & ....... Replat Upchurch Jr 444.74

ME cor W 10.03 chs N 6 chs Lt ...... ................ 900444 M.r E S.r Pre....... 21.7 27.74 18 1 Bk 26 .................. 11560 c T & Evelyn ,..... 618.15 Lots PB' .University....... I... Court. . 15391 Eleanor Creller ..... ....
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E 10.03::: S 4 chs. 27 10 19 6 ... 4976 Reuben Mims ................... 5348 68 ............... ........ 900448Lot & M.ri Greene ......... 5.0 Lt 10 Bk 31 ................ 11586 Lloyd & Mary Newbrr.._,...... 22.13 Lots 1'tr'part of Let ( as per. .. 1.0
Com IchE&12cMSofNE 5 Bk B Watter Baynard Bk .... .... .. 11616 Y. Homan ............. .
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Hill
Lt Ro DB Court
.. cor of Lot 1 Barden Plat DB I S-D 1 PB E-6- .. .... .. ....... 9015-5 H W & Erma Cobb ......... 112 Lt 1 Bk 3. ............... 11645 Hunt ................. 12 5.0 PB D-14 .Murrey...,........I.. .. ... R D & Martha Minerd .......
1.57E 296 ft S 396 ft W 296 ft FLORIDA PARK NO 4 PB 05 Lt 567 Bk 43 .. .._. ........ 11654-5 C J & Mildred Bush ..... ..... 1.2 Beg at NE cor of run 15 2.6
N 396 ft to POB. 27 10 lf. part of Brooklyn Ave S o S on E line Si deg
2.7 ..,c.- 4981 Nancy DeBose & B McCray... 35.23 E111.81ttofW335.61ftofBk, S line of South Third St & 5 mln W 355 2 Int pt run S
'E 12 chs of ,: i1j.B.. k Survey I 6 & trl N of s.m& S of 09W Line of 8k47& W 5 f 52SftNBSdegSminWll3ftN4d92
In Sec 24 08 157. 28 10 19, N ln SRD Drainage ese Of Lot 1 & Lot 2 Bk 47 33min8326ftSU

12 ? 7020 George Fair ................. 23 . 9138-3 S. 0 & M.r Relchert ......... 40447 36260NVi . . 11670 Unierit City Elks Lo 5 mln E 429 ft to as
SE-ly 2.i" chs : t3'Banks lot 6 & pr of Lot 7 Bk C ..... ........ 127.18 d DB Clinch b Par

'0 Sure' 6.7 In Sec .28 OB 1-57 28.' 7035 Joseph Duncan ...... ... 14-75 :. as Unit per 1 PB f8SO...Snow,,.,...S-D. t01 HAl Cartie Laskey ..... .. 13443GLENNWOOD Grove o Lot PB 1 C.Bk, A...Lekeway. 11705 Lillie B White .... ........ 46.24 Gov of Lot 17.16 11..&..Lot.. .19..&Gr.SWVi.... 1S498NEVi T J & Helen Davis ..... .. 31.3
Part
Lets 79- S
'j 'as'p'DB' PB B-27 of Lots 3& N 13 ft of Lot AddnPB

,. 348 A lo 7 Bk 3 .................... 9253-7 W S '& Martha Wilson ... of E 25Vi ft Lt 12 & N 18 -7r .Livingston.... ............. 15520 Dorothy L .....
4.6 o > King ...........
113 S of RR & N of a : L 6 Bk 5 .... ............... 9256-6 L E & Lois Jones .......... ft of Lot 13 C LakeweyGroves Lot 4 Bk 3 Gardens 101
NE to SW of Sec 21I 15.1 .... Gibson ....... Univerit
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fr cor PB C.1. .. 11717 W P & Shirley .9.3 .. .
S .n4 Ed Kelley ......... ............. E ft Lots 74 Bk F Lot 2 Bk 6 Waits S-D PB A-143 lioo Susie White .:. 1.4 PB B-96 ... 155694 Mary A Rot .......... ..... 31.
2 Lot DB 255-369 ft Let
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EVi& of S"f NEVi Nw o NWV4 less less R-W R-W& Pin Par 6k PB C B-99 Inglestde.... ... 9333-1 A D & Janet Fagan ............ 9.91 Lot 4 Bk 9 W.i S-D PB 1.14. 1:5 Nina Edwards 1.4 per DB per 290-153. 8 10 20 ... .. ... 15677 P W &Joy Duke ...... ...... 1109.04

SW' NE1 10 19 140 ...7080 C S & Ruby Rose Sr .......... 28442 PB C-2 ...... ...J... ... 9356-7 J L & Ruby Sanders .......... GOODMANS ADDN PB A-21Vi WVi. Of W lot com ft from at A SW stk S 5
Lots 1 12 Bk G & In Se 3 Lot 32 Park No 2 92 Lot 7 C... .. ........... HMO V B.rbr ... ................ 13.5 deg 210 cor
I Community Park, 31 10 1 .. 7084 A K Beatty ...... ..i.......... 56 PB C-92 Spin. .. .. '"'.1 A & Felicia Druash ............ 27 Lots 8 Bi Bk C.. .............. H841 V Barb ..................... 94.8 deg Duncan E210fS54tlegW210ft Nelson Lot run S 36
WVi of NWVi of NEV les E J 1 BAILEY ESTATE DB Lots 19 20 21 24 26 Bk C 11851 Aevin: Edelpl. Barber ..... 2.G5
2 2 N 36 W 210 ft N
144 yds N o hlay 120 N I ft Of E 99.16 of K.2 Lots 14 D ... .. 11863 & Barber .... 103 deg 5 d
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15 Edelpla .. ....
1 E 210 $ 10. 20 1
ft RR-W, 16 7087 C S & Ruby Rose Sr ... 34.03 9 ......... .t...... ... 9640 W R & Carter ..... .... DOIG ROBERTSON ADD DB f 15681 Gainesville Development Co .
{, ::::::::: :::::::::: 77.73JC Ole 12.6 Lot as per DB 272-291 & Lot as 3.5
WVi Of NWVi 10 80 7098-1 J H & Virginia Hudson S ft of W 55 ft of li Lot 3 Bk 1 Rg 1 11872 S W & Lena Wilson ... ...... '6.2
NEVi of SEVi:& EV* of NWVi 6 ft of Lot 12 Lo R-W. S 100 ft of Lots "3- per DB 348-124 8. 10. 20 ... ... 15682'P W &Joyce Duke .. ..... 12.05

of 5E. 32 1.6. . . 7099-1 Taylor ...................... 5.9 .ekin 6 S-D of NVt of Lot 11 9653 W A & Ruby Barnes ..... 100.31 > S-D Bk 4 Rg 2 PB 4"Thai'- 11975 Byron Reber Jr 3.73S So SEVi per of DB Warren 99-294 Missouri less Lot
Com 51 chs E E
cor run I
S of N 550 50 ft of Lots 27
o of W 200 i
9.42 chs S chs W 9.4 chs 10 Let 1 Bk f. S-D Bk 2 Tha. . 11991 W H & Eleanor Jr 7 f Sq in SE cor to Julia .
f 1 .. 9673 P M Heekard Sr. .. ......... 4.4 4 Rg 2 PB A.8 Rblnso 103.9 in NI.. 10, 20 15682-1
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N 5.1 chs a per DB 183 N I 213 ft of S ft W H WAITS S-D PB Jacks Campbell ........... n.1

al 10 19 acre, 4 as.. pr..DB... 1.42. 7113 Emma Washington ........ .. 39.50 Bk 12 68 .o. . . 9680 W G & Helen Busch 3.0 GAL 3 page 1 1.15 So acre Hilton sold N by Ceklough Warre I
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3 5 140 f Of N 444 Of Lot 1a B ...... 12051 Ezekiel & Willie o,
less Lots sold Malore Gardens f 1 Lts 1 Hoe 14.7 Missouri Lot in NVi 8 W & Joyce Duke .. 14.75
... 152-2" .
W RR .
OR 52-104 ........... 7134 Malore Gardens In............ 101.31Site I 50 ft Less. 150 f S ..... 403.97 22 Bk B .. ........ 12053 Jenny Hurd 1.1 Parcels 1 2 as per DB 2564481less .
15 Malore Gardens OR .... ... 787 W W & Dorothy Brwnin Lot2Bk0Being 137ftE&W I parcel to ACL In OR

10 .. ..... ....... ... .5 7136-15 J R Graw .... ................ 65.50 Lot PB 1 A-87 Goodman. .S-D. o S line & 1694. f o RR 12069 Rosa L Thomas ....... .. 54.82 ,27-553 Also 2 parcels from ;
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.. 9792-1 J L & Nina
MACKEY & HUDSON TRACT OB J-906 H.I 74.0 ROPER ADD DB J-5 ACL I per OR 17.5 $.
10
WVi Lot 21. 20 acres .. . A E & Miriam Greenfield ....... 214.59Armenia Replat of Lots 1 2 of SVi of Lotl3Bk3Rg11essNllOftof ......... ..... 15685
.. 2 0 0 Louise Annts ...... .
EVi ff o Let 21. 20 acres .. '". 714 Cassell ............... 3.4 Bk 18 Lot 19 .. ... J840-1 l A & Arlene Whiting .... 27.011 E 60 ft & less S 70 ft ef E 75 ft ...12086 Abner Jones ................ 50.54 a per OR 141-124 8, 10, & 969.71

S148.5ftof NchsofLot26E S of N 290.ft Of E 100 ... 134'' N % tf Lot 15 Bk 3 Rg 1 ,.. 12091 Lei & Lucille Wshinto ..... 7.1, 20 ..... .. ........... .. 15686-1 P W & Joyce Duke ........... i
... .. ... Ector
of ttlway, 3.8 acrt .... ,. 7158 R D & Martha MInerd .......... 431 ::Lot 19 .i. ....... 859 R L & Sarah .. S100ftofESOftoflotl3BkS Com at SW cor of ACL & Main 5.6 1,
S 145 ft of N Lot E HILLS ADDN PB A-71 . . HIM Dorlnda Et AI...... 1642 St run S en Main st 226 ftWIycn40ftSt3l0fttoPOB
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of hlway ..1.f. .. .. .2. .. 7159 J H & Eula Steadham ......... 262.4 W Lot 14 N of of Lot E 27 I. .. ... .. .. 9905 J B & Alene, Rivers 4.9 NVi of Lot 8 Bk 4 Rg 3 ....... 12169 Susie B .. .......... 124.73

S E 152 of It hlway of N .673..ft...o..Lot. ..2. 7159-1 R D & Martha MInerd .......:. 257.96 W Less 40 E ft 31 ft Boulevard. . ... .... 9910 A K Stringfeilow Trustee .... 540.23 N Rg 100 4 ft of- .E- 100- -- .It--.of--_Lot--- .1- -Bk- .2 121832hit'iYk K L & Gloria Broyles ......... 394.82 S ft o 4 10 f St f 113 N-ly ft on W-ly 4 o I St 43
of SVi of
Lot shewn as not SEVi of SEVi MCDOWALLS ADD PB A-lOlVi 134 40 ft St to

That plat part Sheppard of S 5 chs Inlude of Lot o 17- 7188 Claude a Mary Sheppard ...... 12.6 of 20 NWVi... ...DB.. ..306445... ... .32. .9....... 9942 P W & Etessta Lucius ....... ....61 4 Bk- .VY.Y.Y.y-y.y.: : : ... m-1231 J J T B ft& Martha Dorotha Jumpp Beck ................. 107.67 86.29 8 POB, 10 I,less E-ly 20 E-ly o-50 ft 13 313 I 156864 Monson & .... .. :

W& N 9.4D 4.29. ch of Lot S 9.29 17 as chs des of E16OftofW19BOftofS 300 ft of NVi 32. 9. 20 ..... 9944 P W & Elossia Lucius ......... ..12 Lot 89 Highlands PB A-135 .. Agnes J Dembek ........... 210.31S2Oftoflot4&NloftofLotS Com at NW cor& of in Lot DB dec- inDO W.lde 107.5

,, OR 224-441 Serenola Lot 8 & 3 ft edt on E side Bk A W R Thomas Addn run 2624 RR 1894 SE par
480. 78 acres ......... .. 7951 D L & Laura Tucker ..... 86.55 N 31 ft S 630 -- f
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Lot 24 South Idylwlld OR H H & Beatrice Smith ,........ 3.3 W 240 ft NVj less com Lot 10 Bk F Pines 40 ft St ,28 W-ly.150 to

Lot 43 Chachala Park PB 52 7217-43 J D Puckett .................... 3.96 ft at NW cor E 5 ft SW-ly 7.07 No 1 PB D-2 Highland-.-----. .- .. 12432 W W & Clemmie Friedman ...: 206.63 POB 8. 10 f I. 156865Grt P W &Joyce Duk ............ ,y

5 Lo acres 55 be E S by Coleman Let 54 W b rN 05 ft 314-454 to POB 32,for 9, 20 R-W. as. .... 9969 W F Fordham Estate ......... 238.37E20ftofW170ftofS150 Lot' Bk A .. .......HARRIS. -12503 AND RPT Mary DB 256-241 Dunbar ... ............ 3.9 per Gov Plat .... .Gi .GJ 21NN G lpe A-39- .. ....... 4.9Lot 1.1 ;

p.nc Sur of Walls Tract 0 Lot 10 Bk B .. ... .... .... 12514 M & Estella Sams ...... ... 1355 1234Bk45Lots .
.. ........ "." ft of N 225 ft
L Grt .... .. .. J Halle Heirs .. .. of SWVi of WSOftofElSOftofS12lftofLot 6 Bk S Blinding Resurvey
Lot Cln Bo Idylwlld PB D.9 7 L E Margaret Coleman ..... 124.78 NEVi 32 9. 20 .. .... 10001 M.r Gillespie .............,1.31 1 DB 285-74 Harris Land PB10 .. .. 15723 The DInsmore Company ....... .44.10
N 100 ft of Lot 16 &P4 ft 100 ft X 11.1 ft per OR 12S14-1 j A & Turner .... ... 91.74 Bk 5 Blending Resurvey -
PB A-74 .
of E 44 ft of Lot 17 Bk C Idyl- i 174464 20 ...... .... 10022-5 W L & Mary Ussery ... ...3.4 Lot 2 Evans -Addn- -PB- --A-72- -.-.. .12621 Ida T Lad ...... ...... 154.72 1 1 A-102 15727-10 J W Harrell ......... ..... 20.59
.. Wild PB O-93 ... ... 7250-20-1 Betty Wager ........ 31.1 Com 189H E of NE cor of .
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Ror. NVi of Lot & lot 13 King Addn Lot 2 Republic Heights PB E4 157282 Henry Williams .. ...... 12.5
NAPIER GRT W Main & Boundary Sts run 1 .. .. .. 12637 ............ .. 97.71 GOSS 1ST ADD PB
PB A-58 .. .. W .
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Lot OR 170-574 .. ....... .... 7275-1 Napier Civic League Inc ....... 30.69 I Com 438 ft S of SE cor of Mlch Ale Horn EOftoftlOHofLotlBk A.3 ,
S pr the of Lot 13 acres .. .. 7297 Virginia Dennison ... 1X55 igan & Virginia Aves run PAGE 12 .. .
2 eLl Lot 15 Bk A Less R-W Cecil S Rg 1 ... . 157441NVi E & Camilla Bailey .... 27.01
Lets 1 2 Drayto Lot 13 50 ft N 50 ft W 210 .. . . ... .... Lot ......
PB A 30. acres .. .. .. .. 7297SVi E & Daisy Ward ............. 180.98 ft 32.E9.2Igott.... . . .. 10052 L M Copeland .'.................2.93 Lot Heights 5 Replat PB Bk 03 HeightsPB 12662 Ruth Starke ... 1.0 E SO of f of Lt 2 Bk 3 Bk 1 5 Rg Rg 1 1 .... ... 15 A Earl A & los Byers................ 18 43.5 ,

of Lot 3 less N 210 ft of W Beg 3 ft E of Intersetio D41 Less E Cei. ft R-W WVi Lot Bk 5 Rg 1 .. ... 15746 Earl Howard .............. 3.1
210 ft Drayton S-D Lot 1 PB of line of .., 12673 .... Ely of Lot 4 Bk S Rg 1 less S
PB D-34 Sallie Rutledge
Cecil Heights ... 1.6
A30. 4 acres ... .. .... .. 7310 W & Harriet Richardson ...... 40.4 line of H.mpto Ave run N Com 117ftSS173ftWof NW 55 ft of Of NEIL Of Lot
N210ftotW210ttof S1/* of 135 f 115 ft N 425 ft W 4 Bk 1" : 15744-1 Elsie M Williams
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Lot 3 Drayton Lot P8A.3. I 210 N 140ftE630ftS cor of Lot 12 Bk 41 New ERg .... 27.6
.5D. .1... Sallle Davis .. ......... 325 f Gainesville W ft S 188 ft S 55 ft of ft of NEVi of
1 acre .. .. 7310-1 .. 16.9 f W 173 ft S 375 ft W 4 Richard & .. ....
E ft N 188 to POB Less Lot 4 1 .. ......... 15746-2 Ruby Lang .
.91ft500
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29 11 7435 Simmons Heirs .. 132 to
NE'/4. Beg Less OR 4
1.80 Jan S2.0 2312 .. 127274 & Span ...... N
R- 4, 10 20 .. Allen C.thrln 15.9 of W 100 ft ef S 100
N 210 of E 210 Iof WVi of 33 9. 20. 5.7 ..... 10070-4 Pauline Bryan Executrix .. ... & Green ...... .
I Ruby
e. NWVi 30 11 19 1 ..... .. .. 74501SWVi Surety Mortgage Investment Co .. 34 HIGHLAND PB B-9 .. 7348S2.6J Com 3 ft S ft 231 ft W of NW Lot 3 Bk 4 Rg 2 15759-1 Jonnie 7.2
HEIGHT Lot 12 Bk 41 New W E 55 ft of N 55
f f
19. 10 ef SEVi. of. .SW'. ..31. 1.. 7458 Susan Street ...... ...... 2.1 Lots Lots 10 7 1 Bk, C DB 299483- ... JR & Ruth Bynum ....... 9054 Gainesville run W 50 f N 180 of o& S 50 ft of N
EVi Of SEA of SW'/i. 31 SBk12ft or ... 1M17 A & Felicia DnaSh (Alex) ft E 50 f S 180 ft 4,11.2 .. 12730-1 Maryetta Williams ... 1742. f of W50ftofLot3&N 10
Lots
1 ..... .... 13 14 Lot 15 1 Com at cor lot 8 New of S ft Of W 100 ft of
19.70 .. ...... ..... 7464NVi F B Long & Sons In. .. 1.4 4 10
of Lot 7 S of River, 7 EMBof L \3% J A & Marian McNellts Gainesville run S 62 ft 210 Lot 3 Bk Rg 2 15764-1 Richard & Ruby Ling ......... 13.85
20. 8 ... ,. .... ...1... ... 7491 Lucille W Shaw ... ......... 9.91 Bk-5 Rg 5 Y.V.V.Y::::.... :ATSJp& Mary Bons. :::::::.73:4: ft N 420 ft W 210 10. 20 .. 12733 Melvin ft Edelphia Barber .. 228.62NS1ftofS$12ftofW$2.5ft W55ftof E 100ftofN$5ft
NVi of Lot 3 N ft, CAROL E-13 of Lot 3 Bk 5 Rg 2 ..... 15765 H &Arke G.mr ... .. .. 22.73
7 20. 27 .. .s. .41. .. .... 7500 A J Irving ................ 27.01 :Lot 23 Bk C.. .. .. .. 10*"* Bernard & Faye Sllverman .. 218.87 of E 122.5 ft Being Lot 2 4, Lot 5 Replat. of Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg
N 1 chs of E mi chs of Lot 6. ILt 6 Bk D .. ... 100 R s & Ann Norris .. ........ 20 Heights 12744-20 Harry Douglas ... ... ...... 108.81 2 PB F-32 . . . 15766-5 S J & M.r Johnson .. ........ 27.01
"2 7 20, 26 ... . . . 7506 James Roberts & Laura Gilmore 46.26 Lot 'ST ADD EST PB E-51 520 NJ:4 ef "3 Langley dn' E 50 I of W 10 ft of Lot 3

EVi Lot of 11 S1&*SV of of Lot Lot 10 12&less Sly land of Lot 25 16 Bk Bk B ...................... 10608-25 1060S-16 J Norma W & T Arline Ahrens Wester. ......".... 3494 ftOfIngrams P-306 W..111.ft..of..Bk7. ..12756 J & Rosella Helton & J D White 31.2 NE'iofLot3Bk2Rg3&S Bk 1 Rg 3 .... .. ... 15771-2 Ray & White ............ 2.5

of McAlister & Hill & Henley Lot 1 Bk K .. ..... 10is J J & Louise Maroney ........ 3.9* Addn PB A-l .....128 Hull & Raattama 15-25 50 ft of NW' of Lot 3 Bk 2
... .... .. .. 7520-1 Abner Jones ..................... 4542 Lot 2 Bk K .. .... ... RES. Eva. ... 27.3 Lot 5 & SVj of Lot 6 Parrish Rg 3 ....... ... .. .. 15780-2 J B & Dorothy J.cks .... ..
1972.53 Of SWE Of Lot Bk K ............... 10618-25 W G & Louise Gaston Jr 3.69 S-D PB A-107 12810 Hugh & Ella Drummond ......... 6.7 Lot 2 Stephenson Replat PB 7.9

Fence SE' 7 20, 9 . .. .. 7521 Mrs A B Shaw ................. 7.7 Lot 16 Bk N .,.... ,. .. 10621.16 W & Lucinda HosteNe Jr ...... 6P.18 Lots 1 2 3 4 ft NVi 'L. t6Bkl F-55 Lot 1 Bk 3 Rg 3 .... . .. 15785-2 & Llatha Stephenson 12.05
Saw 2 7 20. 40 .. 7536 A F Brazel .................. ..3.1 CAROL EST EAST PB P.10 Less R>W Parrish S-D PB N'ofSEV.ofLot3&E24ft R.ym
E 3.20 SW2 42.20 chs of S Lot 1 .... ............ 1M25-1 Carol Estates Corporation ... A-107 .... ...- .. 12811 Minnie D Wesley....... ... *.23 of NVi of SWVi of Lot 3 Bk 2
chs Of N 12.20 chs of Sec Lot 2 ......... .... 10625-2 Carol Estates Corporation ...... 1.7: Com 149 ft S of SW cor of Uni Rg 4 less R-W .. ..... .. 111 Robert & Lucille Mobley ..... 19.06
3.2 392. 30 7 20. 1 .. .. ..75 Sylvia Aldrldgs & Cecilia V H Lot 3 .......... . .. 106253 Carol Estates Corporation ....,. 1.1 versit Ave & Pleasant St NVi o Lot 1 Bk 4 Rg 5 ... ... 1527.1 Willie & Ruth Green ... ... 47.80
S 70 3 p W 70 yd$ of of Mills ... .... ....... ....... 6.23 B T WASHINGTON HOT PB C-89 1.1 168.7 ft S 42.8 ft W GOSS ADD PB 1.3
Lot 8. 30 7 20. 1 .....NV. ...... 7557-2 W F Irving .. ....... ....... 27.01 Lots 1.2.8ak A ... .... 1067H Ceretha H Young ... 46.11 S 70 E 214.81 ft N Lot 6 less S 2 ft of E 200
N 15 acres of Lot 3 3 7 2.1. 7559-2 Ezeklal Coney ....... ...... 3.6 lot 1 OR 1393 ,.. 107517 Nathan & Maie Jenkins' .."..". 3.96 112.8 I to I 5. 10, 20 .. ... 12952 Loy & Morell Buchanan .. 1.6 f .. .. .. .. ... ....... 15854 Eddie & Ida Pos Sr .......... 112.55
S ft Of W f Of Of Lot 5 Ek D .......,,.. 10nS L & Femeise Nix ........... it.99 Com 130ftNofNEcorofArredonda i as per DB 31.1 ...- -- ft Anna ..... .... 14.1
4 7. 30 7 20. TV .. .. .. 7542 Phtllls Rawls Estate ........... 7.77 Lot 12 1 Bk D .. ..... 1077.12 Richardson .......... 94 & Market Sts runN70ftE90ftS70ftW90 I NORWOOD EIGTH/S PB C4
N 800 ft of S 1200 ft of W 705 Lot 19 D .. ... ..... : GED A ft Mamie Davis .. ...... 1M Lot 1 2 Bk 1 ..... .. ... 15877 A E & Ida Lancaster .......... '
ft of NVi of Lot 7. 30 7 20. 14 ... 7564 Elzle McGinnls ................. 14.1 PINE 1 D-32 to Beg 5, 10 20 .. ...... 12988 Janette Wilkerson ........... .67 1 23.1565 SVi of Lots .3
NEV4 of NWVi. 33 7 20. 40 ... .. 7577 A F Brail.......... .. 4.6 I Lot 11 ... ...... ...... 10731 Marie Taylor .. ....... 349, Co f at SW cor of Arredonda 8 9 & Lots 10 11 Bk 6 ... .. 15894 A E & Ida Lancaster .... 80.47
S210ftof W 210ftofSEV of Lot 13 .. ... ... ....... 1071 Richard & Thelma Cobb .... 79.87 Market sts run S 76 ft WIT Bk 7 less Lot 6 & 7 .... .. 15897 A E & Ida L.n.ster ........ 3.6
SE4. 331201 ... .. .. ... 7SM-1 Modern Homes Construcio Co 29.15 lot 31 ...... ........ Charliemae Jonso Heirs .... 39.24 ft N 76 ft E 77 ft to Beg 9 10 II Bk ( Tax DB
NE'A of NEW. 4 12.4...... 7622SEVi Betsey Cudlo Heir ........ 32.83 lots 50 59 ............... 10733-50 Brown & . .. .. 49.94 5. 10, 20 13024 J B & Martha Jumpp ...... 14.6 ; 285. . 15905 A E & Ida Lancaster ........ 14.15
of NWVi. S 2.40 ...... 7436 L D Simons ......... ....... 32.83 Lot 52 ...... ..... .. 10733-52 D A Clark & H S Lloyd ....... 24.27 Com 76 ft S of SW cor of Arre 7 8 Bk 16 ............. 15941-1 Alfre & Llllie O.nl ......... 58.48
S 105 ft of N 525 f E 105 Lot 53 ..... .. .... .... 10733-53 Sunshine Homes In ......... 22.13 donda & Market Sts run S Bk 21 ......... ,... ... 159525 Richads ... ....... 7.17
ft of Lot 32. 11 9 ... ... 7834-2 Rema J C Anderson ........... 34 Lot" ...................... 10733-55 G & Ella Cudgo .. ...... 11.4. Soft W170ft N50ftE110 VEITCH ADD PB -
S 105 of N 420 ft Of E 420 Lot 56 ...... ...... ........ 10733-56 S L & Nora Scruggs Sr .. .. 47.8 ft to Beg less St DB 328-389 Lots 1 21 .. ... ..... 15754-18 Spearman Brewing Co ....... 52.0
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ft of Lt 3 11 9 20 ..... .....734 Virgil & Delia Robinson ....... 442S I lot 37 ?............. .. 10733-57 Anna M Ray . . ......... 34.9 5, 10 20 . 13026 J B*& Martha Jumpp ...... 45.92 12 acres per DB 12.21 ft13Vi
105 31 n Of E 10 Lot 58 ....................... 10733-58 Willie Smith Sr .... ............ 7.17 Com 176 S of SW cor of Arre acres DB 72-190 & Per
ft of Lot 3 1 20 ..... .. 73 Quality Shell Homes & Supply In 44.12 Lot 63 ..... .......... 1073343 Wile & Janie Smith Jr ...... 19.99 donda f Market Sts Run S32.2ftW170ftN32.2ftE OR 19.24 Less lot to Maxel Lt
N 105 ft LOS f of W 420 I Lot 6 107 & Irene Debose ... & les DB 202-318
ft of Lot 32. 11 9 20 ..... 7 Leonard & M.r Grlffis ....... 35.56 Lots 67 83 1073 Cudgo & Gibbons & Jones ....... 5.3 19.9 170 ft to Beg 5, 10, 20 .. .. 13028 James S, Minnie AlexanderUNIVERSITY .. ".6 lot 130 & less lot DB
WlOftofE140ttofN210ft Lot 3 Bk C Thos-Steenburg S-D HGTS MB 104-10 lot DB 287-120

of Sof Lot 25, DB L433. I PB B-91 10785 W E & Willie Chllds .......... Lot 1 Bk! 13141 W C & Ella Woodbury ..... 218.8 17.12 lot les DB 307-243 & less
12 9 20 . . 7836-25-3 Pioneer Finance Company ...... 42.58 Lots 1 2 Bk F DB 287 Thos- 7.7 Lots 2 3 1 1 "142 W C & Ella Woodbury .. 334.34 R-W & less Lot DB 343-268 &
W 105 ft Of E 325 ft of N 105 Steenburg S-D PB B.9 10796-1 Victoria Williams ............ 37.70 Lots 7 9 Bk 1 ......... "145 W C & Ella Woodbury ..... 16744 less 1 acre In SW cor OR 88-98
ft of SVi of Lot 25 DB L-633. N 50 ft of S 460 ft of 95 ft Lot Bk .1.. 13161.2 C C & Sylvia Peterson ......... 244.53 Is not a complete & less
12 9 20 .. .. .. ....... ..... 7a32S C W & Sylvia Pryde ............ 4.0 of E 115ftofElhofSE'OF 1 1 UNIVERSITY PLACE PB A-77 lot per OR & des parcels
S 10 n of N I o f W 10 SW'/i of SW Vi Being lot 5 Lot 16 Bk 2 I3220 H M Rebr ...... 34.9i IA 1231 93 1011159. 10

E ft of Lot Bk A Dlxson Homesites 34 9. Bk 7 13280 Medical i Pharmacy Inc ...... 304.4C 20 ..... .. ... ....... ...
Lot 6 Albert
BOfL : : & Deborah
............. 155 32.71
J1 9120 7836-25-5 J E & Bessie Baker 40.4 20 108263SVi Nathaniel & Sadie Jacks..... 26.6 COLCLOUGH S-D PB A-20 Lot as per OR 106348 9. Albert Wshlngo
W 70 f E Lot ft of N 210 of Lot 32 Forest Pines 10857-32-1 Macoma Homes In............ 8.2 Lot 1 ... ..... 13296 W Alexander Et AlAeeta ....... 7.3 Can at southernmost cor O'or Bt 1552 & Deborah 135
ft of 25 DB L-633. Lot 6 Duval HeightsPB Lot ....... James & I la .......... 5.0 21 Hgts PB
12 20 .. ..t. ...... . .78325 Pioneer Finance Company ...... 29.75. Lot E.3 Duval.I 10858-61- Macoma Homes Inc ............ 24.8: Lot Wi 23 ef .. .1................... 133 13 H C Grant .. ........ 9..1 C4 Noo 3 de 38 min I W per n3.1
7 HeightsPB .. ADD PB A-54 ft S W
FAIRBANKS PARK PB C-29 E.3 10.7 Richard & Mildred Parker .... 27.01 Lots ...... ........ 13359 Estella Knowles Life Est ... 13.5! POB 3 de W 83.8. ft N
Let 7 Bk C I.SS.R-W & LU. Lot 4 Green AcresPB Lot 40 2. 3 W SO ft ....... ... 13371 Lade Blakely. .. .. ...... 30.69 14 3 MmnW210ftN34
13 19 Bk D . 7840-7 W H & Ellsworth .... 5.6 10872-44 Ruby L Drlskell J H & Lourie Richardson ..... 28.55 de
Midre 0.10 80 .. ........ 13399 deg min 19 sec E 209.92 S
.. 15P.6 Lot .. .. .
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9 & Lot 10 Bk E.. .. 7842-9 H D ... .7.731 JACKS S-D PB E.21 .. .. & Estella Spain ..... 24.2 38 E 210 ft to
N'I 84 Jame POB 9,
lot o lot .. .. .
10 1 Bk G less R-W Lots 5 8 ... .. .. .. .. 10884-5 Ella F Wood .. .. ..... ... 130 Mary Rose .. ..... 351.45 10, de
lot 115 15956-2
& Bk J & Lots 1234 less Lot 27 .. ..... 10834-27 197.4 .. 1"51 Rose SrMILLER ..... 364.28 Abner Jones .......... ...
... .. E R & Katie Edenfield ........ 16.10 Lot ...... .. ....... C S Ruby .. Lot as per DB 202-318 less S 311
R-W & Lots 21 22 23 Bk N & Lot 5 ..... ...... ... 1088 -56 H T & Anne Hale ....... 16 ADDN PB 1.2 of W 105 ft 9,
sis between Bks G J N less PENNINGTON S D PB E.26 17.4 & .... .. 137.6 10 f Isiah Norman .
Lot . 13487 l .
R-W ... ... ............. ... 784410 S C & Helen Elwood .... .:.... '2.2 Lot 16 ..?......... .. 10893-16 W T & Mary Pennington ,... 26.4 Lot N 85 f of.W. SO. ft. of. .3. .- .. 134" HIe' NaNiel Jons ......... 75.6 ....... 28REEr51.RE W PB :2Dora .. 2.73Lot.

Bk E 100 ft ft S Lot 21 ...,,...... ....10893-21 W T & Mary Pennington .. 26.41 4 8 ft of Lot 14 .. ....... .. B Brln. .
.I .S .. ........ SVi Lot 49 ft E ..
80 Kfle. . 7848-1 A R Webb .. .. 24.1: Lot 26 ............ ..... 1032 W T & Mary Pennington ..... 26.4' Of Lot 50 .. 'I. 13446 Williams. ""....... 61.12BROWN Let 17 ... ..... ........... 15995-17 G W Cora '' '''''''''"" 452
E of Bk K&S$0ftof Lot 27 ........... W T & Mar penning ton .. ..... ADDN PB A44Maryett. 34 G W & Cora Bass .............'' wE
W ISOttof Bk K ......... 7848-2 S C & Helen Elwood- ........172.42 1 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A- 22.1 Lots 5 6 of E'6P8 Loot: 13 Woodland ..p.t1"53 G W & Cera B.s ...."........ 30.6
S 100 ft of lot 4 G.dd SD Heirs ......
less W 151 13536 Isabelle 15.3
A 100 .. .. C.mpbl PB D-
S210ftofWlOSftof E31S PARADISE PB A-4 f ft less R-W ........ 10904-5 J w & Lillian Welch ...... 2.1 Lot 2 less part as- per DB 252- I I 110 ft X 51O'It 'per' 'R'iJ'61; W T & Lllllemae Boone ........ 71.97

ft ef Bk 6 .. . .. 7887 Febble Jenkins .......... 1.1 T F THOMAS S-D PB B-90 407 Also 1 ElftofS59ftofN Jackson Plat I W1D. 10.N '4..of..NEV..of..N.. 16774 J F &Meldred Barber .
S 100 N 325 ft of E 100 Lot 5 Bk A .. ......... .. 1C944 G T Williams .. 152 ft ef Lot 3 Geneva Stafford .... .. 96.6 of .1.3
ft fftf 54 . L K & Evelyn Bellsle ........... 1.1 Lots 4 5 Bk D .. .. ... '.31 of NVi PB A.7 Bk 2 ... 13548 10.10.20 2'1 ..... ..... 16079 Menla R C Raines

W 10 I 525 of E of 260 ft 54 of.. .S'iobft 7916-10 716 .M R & Helen Misner ........... 1.1 Lot 6 Bk D .......... ....... .1059. 1060 LEI Leget Mary. ..Hayes..............,.,........... 9.1. Com 10.5ftN2t5ftN4deg12min at SE Lot 15 run W Lot W ICO as ft per fD E* 460.,:of 10,S 10 147.09, 20 16080 c I & Lute Carol ;;:;:;:;:;:;:;:/:;:;:..17|2:8:n

W100ftof f Lt of S10ft NEW GAINESVILLE PB A46 E to A which Is 3 5 ft ft Of S'/j of of NEVi
of Lot 54 & W f of E 260 N 320 ft of W 130 ft of lot W of the l cor of Lot 15 of NEVi 10, 10, ....... 16090-3 F & Paula Smith
ft of N 90 ft of 10 59. 71&1 J D & Lillie. Gl.cco. ......... 22162 S 12 280 I less R-W DB 364-167 10968-1 Albert ft DIcy Morgan .... 61.22 thence E to said NE cor S ta Lot per RE 5:#VVs"M I E & Iva < ..:::::::::::: 37.10 nr 2
S 100 ft of N of E 100 f of lot 12 less S 4 the POB J.cks Plat of NVi W ,:ft of

ft Of Lot 59 .2...I.... 7916-17 J H & Eleanor Craven Jr ....... 14.1 f of 1J ft & less E 50 ft 10968-2 Barbara M J.cks .......... 3.4 PB A.7 Bk 2 13566-1 Aer Joe .... ....... 10.7 L01 NEVi of SEVi 10, 10 20 t. 16100-2 L S & Ollie Terrell ...,33.4
HAZEL PB F-6 S 6 ft 380 "of W 130 E 36 W 298ft Of S 7 115 Lincoln Esta tesEm'fti ;

Lot 5 ........-............. 717.5 HEIGHT & Edna- Hopkins ........ 45 Of lot 1 ........ 109684 Miguel & Otelia Ruiz .....,.. 1.0 ft Of t Bk 2 ...... .. ... 13598 Ezekiel & Willie Hodge ..... 95.4 PB F-19 ...... 16106115 Lincoln Estate Inc .
Lot ... .. .......... J L & Ruby Sanders ..... ROSEMARY PARK PB C-95 E60ftofW420ftofS52ft .. : 16109 Margaret 31.29
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Lot 1..... ............... 71.1 71.3 H H & Marlorle Daugher .... 47.80Lot Lot 19 Bk A .............. 10973 M F Large ....... .... 60.62 of N 207 ft of SVi ef Bk 2 .... 13599 Leola Blakely............. ;; ;Ht'iv Hubbard ......: 7.7
3 ......... ............ 7U.37 J L & Ruby Saner ... .... me Lot 20 Bk A. ................. 1097Lillie M. Lawton .............. 15.72 E nV ft Of W 262'1 ft Of N 411 Lots 3 4 Bk 11 Ridgecrest PB
HAZEL HEIGHT ADDN 1 PB F- Lot 12 Bk D ............... 11010-1 eel Altamese Fletcher ...... 11.45 of SVi DB 304- B-3 .. .... -.n.. .... -.. Ulll Hubbard
Lot 4 ... ............... .... 711 J A & Betty Howard ............ 52.0 WAITES S-D PB 459ESOftOfWSTViftofNlOSft, .... ..o.......... 13.1 Alice Huddleston .............. 5.2 Lot 5 per OR 106-22 Devonshire M.r.ret 7.7

Lo 8 ............... .... 718. J L & Ruby Sanders ....:......261.6 Lot 3 Bk 1 .............. .... 11024-3 1.14 Louise King .... 5644 Hills 16126-5 G M Geneva Beck ..
1 ................... 71a.15 R M Burns ......... Lot 7 Bk 1 ....... ...... 11026 Virdell ft Pauline Bowles ....... 11.45 of Let 1 Bk 3 ...... ... 13608 H Gilbert ... ............... 47.64 S 8 S'JOl chs fw'mi of & 27.01S
Lot 1 ..... ....... ..... 7181 J L & Ruby Sanders ....... 261.64 Lot' Bk 1 .... .... .. 11026-2 ED & Bertha Booker ..... 58.4 EVi of Lot 2 Bk 3 .. ., 13609 Isabell Yon ....... .... 82.0 : 3.3 les S 2 ft o E 200
Let ................. 7111 T H & Carolyn Jacks Jr .... 261.64 Lot 5 & lot 4 less S 10 ft WVi of EVi of Lot 3 Bk 3 DB I 10, 14128 Armenia ..... ...
Lot 20 .. ...... .. ..... 711.20 J L & Ruby .......... 261.64 Bk 3 ..... .... ..... H040 Sarah Bradley Heirs & Son .. 229 .-... 13613 J & Mary Butler ............... 129.65 S 'ft of N 1188 ft of W"2 ft Cissll. 4.0
E 30V f of NVi of Sof Lot l Lot. Bk 3 .................. 11042 Sophie Anderson & Litisher S.0 E STVi'ft Of Nvi"ef"Lot 4 & 250 ft 11, 10, 2 ".'.... 16128-1 ft Mania Raines ..,,.
Paradis PB Ao. 7920-2 H L & Norma Brower .......... 7.7 Bullard ..... .... '.31 E 32Vi ft of sV of Lot 4 Bk 3 .. 13616 0 Gilbert ................. 1.1 KINCAID ROAD it PB E47 4.2
N ft of E of Lot 7 Lot 3 4 Bk 4 11047 Marie Martin .T & Oziedell 3 .......... 13628 Rozella Canady ....._........ 1.1 ef Lot 14 & E 17. ft ofLot .
Floral Park PB D-7 7960-79 0 B & Katie Porter ........... MU Riley ...... ..... .... 37.1 Nl100ofttLotofEBkSO ft *91.0-- 1 .. .. .. 14134-14-2 C.r& Pace Wives .. .. 74.20
Lot 10 Oak Hill PB A-167-168 803510Let G L & Bobble Karel .......... 9.5 Lots 11 1 Bk F Jem Park Bk 3 ..... ........... .. 13630 Ezekiel & Willie Hodge ....... 129.65 W 100 of NVi of Lt 316134341 S E & Wilma & Jr ........
Cas .
14&N2ftofLotISOakHlii PB C ... .. 11101 L H & Waifs .. Lot 4 Fennell S-D of SWVi E 10 ft of W 338 f Lo 4.1613444-3 G H & ..... 5.0
PB 1.167.16 . . 801 A.J & Eleanor LeClalr ......... 142.48. NEW GAINESVILLE PB 1-6 Elois 120 P8 13643 M.r A Jones ............... 65.50 E fftOfo' of f6U3 J E & Connie Pet........ n.1
S 6 ft of N 390 of W 120 Lot 7 Fenneli"SD'of'swvi" E 132 : ft of NVi 18.9

MAGNOLIA HEIGHT PB D-12 Lot 22 .I 11108-3 Leroy & Essie Robinson ........ '.'1 PB A-74 ... .... .... 13644 A A & Lois Byers .......,..... 2.7 NWVi of 10 2 2 .. .. 16137 M Oran CHI ..... .... 3544
Lot 16 Bk A ... .......... 1(1 PI Betty Austin ....... .. 13.55 N60ftofS18OftofE 120 ft Lot 22 S-D of of Bk 5 .
Lot 10 Bk C............. K Elizabeth Wright ....... 1.1 of Lot 11108-7 Oscar & Ella Rollins ........... 9." A-22 EV 13701 Celia A Adams ............ 4.4 NW4 o NEVi o NWVi 11. 10 2 Jae H Craggs
Lo 9 Bk D ........ ... .... 8135 W H Williams ..... .......... 9.14 S 105 ft 2 N 210 f Of W WP58Vi ft Of Lof'ii'sb'ef'Evi"of ... 16143-1 C ............... .Ctri.. S4.75
ft of S 13 ft Of E 10 I Of lot 23 .. ... .. ...16. HUM Barbara A Britt .......... Bk 6 PB A45 ........ 13738 Floyd &Lucille Davis ......... 91.16 N 100 ft .is126'i'ef w'r, ..
ft o W 1322 I DB 314.23 2 Bk 2 Ward Rpt Lot 1.4 E 10 ft 30 ft W 30 ft of ft of
27 2 ............... .. 8198-2 T J & Helen Davis ........... 344.10 DB 325-489 .3 124 L W & Evelyn Fleming ...... Lot 31 o 50 Lt Bk 7 DB T-114 ... 13802 Jessie Perry .. ....... 44.12 II. 20--------------------- 16148-2 A J &Dorothy Moon ............ 2Ut
HUGH EDWARDS IND CENTER PB E-41 Lot 1 Bk 3 Ward Rpt Lot 35 1.1 Let 21 0 Porter S-D PB A-74 N 210 'of S 840 ft of E .5f.of
S'* Of Lots 104 & Lots 107 108 81NVi DB 325-489 10 .. 13914 Amelia Webster ....... 54.82 NW4 Less R-W DB
11124-13 J H & Ward ...,. Bk Heir 1.
of Lots 120 121 less NV* of AVONDALE ESTATES PB Yvon .. 34 E42ftofW231ftofN137' ..................'..' 16151 Armenia Cassell ....... ..... nUl
Lot 120 & W 7.3 f of SVi Lot 3 Bk A .......... 11125-3 Modern 02 ConstructionS ft of Bk .. .. ......... 13919.1 Huddleston Si Huddleston & N90ftofS300ftefE240ttofW .
ft Lot 10. 81 W 77.3 of Lots .. ..... ... ._.......... 60.62 1 Thomas :.- ...- ---------...-.. 39.8 795 ft ef NW'4 11. 10 20 ..... 16157 HB & Alice Owens ....... loan
W Of
107 108 NVi ef El65ftofW108OftotSlOSftofNWV

Lot 121 .................. "".10 Gainesville I"vor In 3506.45 S2 ft A ef W 4ft 'of. tot 5 11125-5-1 G. Fannie Judklns 3.49 I Lot ?reE\p of Lot A-109.113 S University.. 13997 Ale & Pellet. Dr.s .... (43.88 11. 10. 2 .. .. ... 161594 Mld-State Homes In .......... 4344.
Let 128 B L 81 Bryan ,Relt 458.37 W ft of B : :::.. 11126-2 M Presley ..::::::::::::: 1.17: LrtTSTl Duke PB C-91 ... 14048 WK. Llzelle ....... 176.10 N 210 f o S 147 ft of E 7 ft
.::::: ::::::::::::::...:. : : : 8LOrz : Cor
Lot HO 8199-133 Ella F Wood ..::::::::::: 312.9SChester of C. ... of E of W ft NWVi
E .. 11117-3 B Washington ..............,. 5.03 N ft of S o li o
...................... f \ 3 13 .
Lot 131 119131 & Betty McKinney .... 31 W f D ... .. 11128-1 J Yvonne Ward ............. 5.83 Bk --...-.-. Ella ..... .. ... .. ..... 5442 hiway II. 10. 20 .. 16171That H G & Helen Godwin .......... 14.75
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Lot U2 . .. 11".13 Chester & Betty McKinney ...... 2.9 E Lot 1 Bd 0 ....... 11128-1-1 J H ft Yvonne Ward ............. 7.17 o BRUSH ADDN-DB .i,' pr of N 3 ft of S 1995 ft
4
W 250 ft of Lot 142 ........ Of ft 240 NWVi
11"14 G W & Anna Ahrens Jr ....:. 31 W ft ef Let 1& E 40 S 119 Of SEVi OfBk13&E o f o
Lot 80 Hihlan Court M.nr ft of Lot 2 Bk E... .. .. .. 11129-1-1 E A & Idella .,.......... 14.15 30 ft I S ft SWIG S of hiway le R- DB 313-
I PB NE M" .,'Pine.. 'H.. eI1- H & Eleanor Lewis ......,... f1 ,W 4 ft o Lot 3 Bk E...,. .. 11129-3 W & Tayl HIl ............. 7.17 Bk o .3...o.... .o.... 141$9 Louise H McGre .. ...... 247.12 t n 11. 10 2 .... ........ .. 14174GREEN Amby & Opal Cason .........16944
Com at N 20 ft E 100 ft S 'W 4 f o lot 1 Bk f ........ 11130-1 J.ms Roberts .. .......... 7.1 Lot 4 PUt of Bk 22 PB All- .... 14292 Masonic .,,." 147: .
S-D run GROVE PB E42
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Davis 14299 :
I Let 1 Replat Lets Lots Bk Spearman Co. .. -
ft NW-ly .along creek to ... ....... 1 nnPlelatH 2 PBSSV8 Bri" 18 Lot 5 & ft adl' W side 14186-5 S J & Sallie Benton ....... 1J.5j
21 38 DB 310-2 11163-1 L D & Alien Berry ............. 108.27 Lot 4.1 o .
1.8ftSofFOBP1toP00, 3 Thas s 9 .. . .
l 2 Bk 1 Davis Replat Lots PB ... ... ......- 14311 H E C Finance ... 6540 L 1189 C J & Mildred Bush ........... '.31
N2 ''510.2ftof' "W"132 249 GEl Annie Clevl.n... 39.50 37 38 DB 310-2 ... .... .. 11163-2 L D & Elsie Berry Jr ........... 1.4 N 6 f 1.13 S 102 .7.3 ft o E Cop.tl Lo 16 10 also.. .40.12.. .. ... .... .. A A Acree .. .............19748
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22 Rpt Lot 42 .. ...... 14328 Amelia Webster Heirs ..... I o
Lots 19 of Bk 23 67.64
tt 264 f of SWVi ofLofNWw5.Bk2B920less War. side ... ...... .............. 14184-14 C W Margaret ...... 14.15
o DB 21 11176-1 Amos & Maxcine Demps ..... 2049 N44kofS33OftOfE116ftof & Cls
's' 61' H 'ef E 427S J & Sallie Benton ........... 12598 S 100 ft of W 100 ft ef Lo 4 Bk 23 W of Arredonda St ... 14330 Willie V Dixon Admx ......... 10.27N L 6 5 .... ..... .'" ..................... 1618S T Eugene J Helen ft Lerena. Thomas...... ..... \t.n

PB D-17 .. 8419 less N 6 f. OfW_ 4ttOS28ttoW2 ......... ... .. 3.9
Estates Lot .
47 K C & Hazel Merwin .. Beulah .. 1618647 Kenneth & Mart Thompson .
W .
Estates ..18.5 GainesvillePB ft ._ 14333 Hayes .. ....... 13841 1.
Let :Bk ac Hazen 423 f A46 ........ -- 11181 .... ...... ... 8.97 S 31 o Bi N 2 ft of W 149 ft N100ttofS450ftofE120ttef
PB "" C B & Hyacinth Donaldson ...... 74.06 --W r ) RPT LOT 43 of E 289 ft of Bk 23 _. 14338-2 Bailey & McNaire ............. 1442 W 36848. ft.. le Estates..
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Lot Gainesville Hgts 12. .. 117.5 Smith ft Chltty ................... 7133

PB A-160 ....................8441 T J & M.r Downs ......... 16 Lot I ................ Lawson ............ ,4 N33 f 23 ofS165ftofW59ftof E ef Arredonda St .. 14343 Abner Jones ... ......:... 120 Lc* McNeil...... Gardens .PB
Lots 7 10 Bk C Gainesville .WARD.R N50ftOfS369ftofW194ftoBk E.3 .. 14190-17 J H &Va. Dies ............. 44.12

Ht PB 1.16 ... ... ..... 8449 Home & Krumrlnt ............ .16 Lots 4 S ............. .. .. i'tOTLvbl Kin ................ 19.99Lot 23 E of Arredonda St .. .... 14344 Atlantic Municipal Corp ...... '5." less Lot N 2 I Wan

lt Crid Add.. .. 20 ........mm.. Robinson ....... 7.1 S63ftof N 240 ft Of W 136ftGf 10.Replat PB A 4 ....335....... 1. J
...... .. 8482-S 'P D &Winifred Owens ....... 26 NEW GAINESVILLE :A66WVi Arredonda St ...... 14348 Freddie 2 161n7 W &Beatrice Nossaman .....
Lot 2 Seminole Heights Bk 24 E of Weaver III ... ....?. 9971 N 50 of E 90 ft ef Lot 10 Wad ..4
.. ............ of Lot 63 ls S 3 ft & E60ftofW506ftOfN132ttof f T.. Let 42 DB 30 -375 .
PB A-148 S73-2 W F & Anna Ryals ............ 37.70
lot 3 Seminole bs N 125 ft W 6 t S Bk 26 '......'....'...'...' 14438-1 Alfred Green ............... 2039Com250ftE&132ftSOfNW 20 PB A-7 ........ .12.. 14193-10-1 J C Mania .........
Heihs Rd 11250 J M Ella Wood ........... .. & R.1 2.1
PB-A-148 ......... ........ I J C & Mary Allen ........... 3149 & 2 S.-J tt cfN400ftofE40ftof
S ft of N 175 ft of W 26 N E 101L
of Bk run
K Oak 12 6 co 6 I Let 10 Replat Lot 42 DB
Lots PB 10 A-176 11 1..Bk.... ....P.r... 709 W L & G F Duke Jr ...... Lot 6& S Lot 90 f of 1266Pl IatW 101 ft to 144384 Donald & Cenia Merrtex ....... 19.04 308-375 Wad 12 20 PB A-7 16193-104 Helen Coldlng ............
39.1 140 ft of E 3 ft of 6 11250-2 J M & Ella Wood .... .... bi SVi cPk.U S 30 ft of 210 ft of E 630 ft of 3.0
Lot 23 Bk H Oak Par ft 165 ft 190 11 U G .. .... ....
PB A-174 ... ....... .702-4 W H & Jr .. E 10 o A-88 lu Floyd ? .... 18545 Lot 45N180ftofW210ftof
it 0; Je.nte Ed.rd 6.61 ft of 6 less N 50 f for SVi of Lot 13 'PI.t In SVi ef E 430 Let 13 less W
Lot 19 & 25 Let 2 RD .......... U158 R H & Minnie Peters .. .. Bk 26 PB A48 '"1 W C & Mary Johnson ......... 23647 10 ft &f o Let al per OR
PB 8714 T S & Leressa .. 63 Ls
Park
Bk K Oak .
Clan 147 N 100 f Of S 3 ft Of W 165 f Com at NE cor of Sarah RossLoinBk27runS30ttWU 139423 14 20 PB A-28 16205-7 W J &Betty Jones ............ 11.71
SUNCRES P B.10 Of . 11260-1 D S & Edna Scarborough .... 22.73 S 450 E 424.55 Lot 13 .
W4f of Let 3 & Lots /5 I 6 346-410 .... ... I ....... .. 14494 Hattte Fort & Blanche f o f o .
DB 11271-3 .. .
W & Annie ..
Lot as J Hugvley Jr 12041 N ft E less of W ft 14,
... ................ 1753 J A & ..... I t 2
Adolyen I 3
Bi B Harik 73. Lots 6 7 lat Court PB C-23 11274 J M Lvcite Waters ..... Riar ................... 36.11 PB A-28 ... F L & Beetle Dvgger .
Let Bk E .......... .-. 774 C T & Laveme Cli ... 73 54 S 10 2 Of N W 12S1 U1

Lots 1 2- Bk- I ............ !824 EEl Clara Cli ....... 1160RIDGEVIEW Let 08 2 321-38 .W.r... ..Rp.Lt .. 12 L F Cam ................. noNE ORIG GAINESVILLE DB H3 10 o f 210 ft o 4 Lt I 4 o 14 10 10 2

Lo 8 Bk 1 ...................... 8870-8 B K & Flossie Bruce .......... 7.171 GAINESVILLE PB A-66 NltoW4ftoBk2., 14577 J L Miriam Mos 364.88 S PB ft A-28 of E .105.... ..of ....4,... N 163 G B &Audrey Hague ......... 11X15E
L 14 Bk S .........._.... 8874-14 G W & Laura Parker ........ 14" at of h" .N. & 3 ft Of E 105 f of L &
12 Bk 7 ................ B876-11 ............. Beg ite li E S tt o W 140 t c 10 18 L 13 14
Lt 1 Glad Crlwd 7: Let $ of hlway n Bk 2 .. ........ W" W Wilson 20 PB A-28 ...... W Annie
--.. Gla 11 10 ... 44.10
........... ( 16 & .
L Bk 8 ................ .. .... 1 run SE-ly along hiway 94 E o of RI N105ft S ft of N 190 ft of W 30 ft Eu
lt" Bk 10 ............... 8879-19 North American.. Acpan 42.7 1 t FOB SE-ly alo hiway Bk 6 12 t..o. ..... .. 14603 J T &Rei Marshall ..._.. 11 OfLot5ft$60ftofN190ftof
Corp .. ft ft 1 Bishop ReplatPB E ft Of
Lot 20 Bk 10 ..,.......... 17.2 J D & Ruth Poteet ....... 21.55 58 SE-ly SW-ty fr 11 line t p 5 89Wty Lot 3 A Bk .127 1 Rg. ............. 14750-1 G W &Cora Bass ............... .16 PB 12 135 ....L.... ..14...10. .2 1420544 Jim Thornton ................. 3844
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Lot 17 1 Bk II .. ... 181 W & Dennl Ham Jr ........... 129.05 5 W line of lot 8fNEly ( Bk 1 Rg 7 & com at N .

Lt 8 Bk 1 Forest Per 200 JOt beg ........ .. 11296 W R & WhttesWe .... L EST OR
.. C-45 ..... ........ 8960 Mrs. K I Williams ............ 96.9 W ft of E. 160 ft N K.tr 140 coLlrN'tEOnS L 17 ....................LKEIE w ..2 Crumpton ...... 22.13
Lot 11 less part as per OR ft 14 S 95 ft Of Lot 94 o. .4.. 11318 J W & Vonciel Howton ......... 44 PI f,2 4..I.'Bis. Repat.. 145 G W &Cora BI............. 12 L 42 ................... 1620642 I C & Ni Re ... ..... 1746
104-324 Foet Park Firs S 100 ft of N 248 ft of W 310 .; We Bra. .. .1 Kay F .. .. ...... 5.6 L 4 ...... .. ......... 1420643 J C & Ma Rai .....;..... 1746
PB ... ....... "U1 J A & Marian MeNellls ....... 1n0 ft of Let 96 Less W 120 ft WW of COLE-WOOD OR -" .
., Lot 7 Pine Creek tl S3 ft .- ---- .--. --' .o 11325 & Rosa .... 121.71 PB 1-7 Lo Pe.Sey. 14878 Ruby H. Killinger. ............ 163.86 Lot 1 .................... .. ,4224-1 R A & Bobble Johnson .. 5.03
PB E1"7 ESI Bernlce H.n ......... 2151 N T70 I.E 40 I L 101 11336-2 Lr J M.lpr...... 77.7 E 14 f L 2 & a strip o I Let 13 ...,,.........,... 16224-13 C M & Chi Hales .......... 17.84
Cot I Dr -6 o NEW GAINESVILLE PB t.r 21 o & W end N Lot 30 .. ...... ..... 164 AT&Dli .......... 7743
9, 2 .. ... ........ I H J.& Miriam Dauphins ...... 2Z73 Lot Bk 1 Replat Bks 1 I b Lot 4 Of Lo 9 OR 13 15 1 2 M

,E '6 t of W 2640 ft of N PB 1 C-86 .. ..2. 11363 Willie & Annie Williams ........ 7-77 :. StEbL1WbLt2S o exte PB A- .. -.. .. .... 142264 F C Moor Jr ....... ...... 11
less E 210 of W 2 Bk 2 Replat Bks 1 2 Eat S-D Lot 9 o Let 9 OR 11 15. 10

t t of S 210 ft &I less E I Loa C-86 .... ......... 11372 Edna S Wila ........ 163 PB .Lr.. .......L..1... 14942 J L &Ruby Sanders ...... 971 2 A-92 ..... .. .. 12 A W &Mary Theut ........... ,

418 t S 209 ft Less R-W 4 Bk 7 .................;.. 11423 Lis Lei .. -.............. 1..Lot 1 1 Wasit H Continued
OB 3.1 o 30. f. 2 16 ......... 8989 A E Brown ....... .... 3.5,L J Bk M ....... ....... 11459 &Tel Davit ............ PB ArlU . 14961 RD. Martha Mid .... 10(47. ( on Page l8rrr.ar.A)


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DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT 4-11 acres of SWU of SEU .
30 f, 21 ... ................ 17743-19 Abrham & Peace McCrayHerman ....... S3S8
Lot 11 IS 10. 20 10 PB A." ILlS W W 1. Myrt'e! FeegK ........ "..11I S 100 ft of N 525 ft of E 100 PI'CS Hurt
$1OftofW2OflofLot25U.tL ft of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14

A 1C. 20 1 .. \14232-J I LCt Lois Goolsby ........... 37.70 4-11 acres of SWU of SEU In Schools Gets Go-Ahead
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'ft S *lftefP42ltofEIOSftof 30 9. 21 ............. ..__.. 17743-22 & Luclnda Hale ....... 4960
1' t123U,1O,20PBA42. 14234 IT" Christine Long ......... 71.92 SlOOftofNllIftofElOO U. S.
a' Lc as per OR M57 IS, 10 20 ttofWl3-llacrescfEll Goal
t! f3 A-92 ... .. ... 1 14239-5 J H & Eula Steadham ........ 31783 4-11 acres of SWU of SEU
tract as OR 142.242 It' 10. 30. 9. 21 .. ...n_._.....-..._ 17743-23 J E I. Betty Edwards .......... 944
Ii I per Jackson Estates of GaJnes14244 W 3 7-11 acre of E 7 3-11 SfoiB tfnrk ultmra all or predominantly or The case 'came from Gary BOSTON ( ) J

1 1 20p ............................. Vllle ......................... 1,040.61I I acres of SWU of SEU less S e white Nero Ind., according to the Negro
l Lots 1* 12 Robinson Hats 2 OR ieOftofN520ftofE100tt top State Department
I 93-444 ... 5'1 1259-10 E H & Patricia Tussbger .... 125.31 t less S 200 ft of N 220ft.fWl2Gft&lessSlOO By ANTHONY LW Supreme Court did not plaintiffs, 97 per cent of thatcity's Man official said
Let I of WV* also known as W WASHINGTON -- Supreme Te toy
dsoVN20cMIesiR.WOIfl tt of N 420 tt of W 120 tt Te on the of the Negro public school that the
313-44022.10.2010 14240 Retta Paytort Heirs ........... 11115 I less S 200 tt of N 720 tt of Court left standing Mon pass mert in government I
. LEVY GRT W 120515. toss S SoOftof problem yesterday. simply pupils are predominantly Ne handicapped carrying out its
417 ft of E 104 ft of Lot 4 N 1020 Ft Of W 120 tt lessS day a decision that school schools. i
I Ill.II'N declined in brief and
a unexplained because of what
Harrison S-D of Lot 7 Co Bk 100 tt Of N 1120 tt Of W g foreign
I C-432 1 ......<,.. ... 14332 Cede Amos ................... 34.14 120 ft 30. 9, 21 ............... 17744-1 Walter & Nellie Camps ......... 17.45 boards have no constitutionalduty order to review the he plc freedom
IL! K 7.07 chs Of E 7.07 ih i"L i24'i S 100 ft of N 420 tt Of W 100 end racial imbalance resulting The cu of appeals forte caled te ulte
less N ISO ft of E 230 ft 4 ft Of E 200 tt Of SWVi Of SEVi t io\' r court of and
I Iii,i. acres HarrUon S-O of Lot 7 .. 14357-3 Nathaniel & Bemica Batie .... ,.23 30. 9. 21. .. 17744-4 lull & Yurlee Montgomery .... 72-52 from housing patterns.The rg.Neverteless circuit in acid press pry
U 150 tt Of E 230 tt of Lot 24 S 100 ft of N 720 ft of W 120 tose who op case last October, 0 u n prt government secrets.
I H.rrlsonD of Lot 7 Co Bk tt of W 3 7-11 acres Of E 7 action set- te
major
L C-432 "...........'.."..' ...' '14357-4 Leroy a Lwevenia Coo ......... LOt 3-11 acre of SWU of SEU was a pose moving pupils by bus to ed the school imbalance did The occasionally mide
,1 Co.ii 407W ftS&210flE .fNWI 3d 00"lt2' '..' ..''it".....' .. 17744-7 G W & Lucille Jones ........... 77.40W back for cvi rights forces attacking racial imbalance will doubtless tat from official devotion of the press exposure -
cor Lot 25 run S M ft W M ft .9 E 200 of S 100 rest any pol-
,. N M tt E U tt as per OR 105- tt of N 820 tt of SWVi of SEU they, call de facto take comfort from the Supreme said that for exposure's sake can
124 H.rr.0 o f Lot 7 Cot 30 9. 21 ..................... 17744-1 Ellis It Beatrice Moon ......... 91.74 northern icy. court shol
Bk C-431 .'....... .....'.. 14341-1 R M & Mamie Batie ........... 37.34 Nth of W 3.25 acres of E 17W ,segregation in cities. Court's refusal to consider the districts had been drawn put us at a disadvantage,"

t S It.97 CM ot"E .U Ch;* Of Lot acres of NWU of SWU 30. ................ 137 This the situation in which claim that such action constitutionally orgi assistant of
... Manning
_.. Emma Williams i lines
$' 29 Harrison S-D of Lot 7 Co 9. 21 1.' ..... _..... 17741 i ally on .nonracial ad seet
Bk C-43J 12 '. ......'........... 14349 Abner Jones .................. 14-75 SW of W 3.25 acres of E 17W ,neighborhood public schools are required. their racial characteristics had state for public ,
I
: SWU 30.
of
of NWU
t W.11chsofN.14chsotLot17 Leitner S-D of Lots I 9 DB Je'S 9 acres. 21 2 ...................... 17749 Maria Sessions Heirs ............ 29.75 j with population a speech prepared for
I 4 ..... . 14317 Abner Jones .................. 10.51 wvi of Swu of SWU s of Road I DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNTN' change delve
W 43 100 chs of E 12.24 chs Of N 30 9. 21 744 ._.......... .. 17754 Brown 8. Ellis ................. 22731, before the joitbarpress
,U chs of Lot 17 Letner: SO S 100 tt of N 430 tt of W 75 /' of NE'less RW 16. 9. shts.
; of Lots I 9 DB J-64S. 143(9 Abner Jones ......M.......... 409 ft Ot SEU of SEU 30. 9. 21 17754-4 Mid State Investment Corp ...... 5054 22 71 18801 E H 8 Beatrice Easley ....... s'psiu.
,, Lot 21 S hiway less 70 tt lot as SlOOftofNS6OftofESlft! N'/) of S 23 of NE' of NEU 13.9 In taking the case to the Supreme Manning the principle

I per OR 77223 & com at SE of W 435 ft Of SEU Of SEU 24. 9. 22 13.3 18374 W W t Amy Addison ........... Court the
cor ef tot 22 SOU des 30. 9. 21 ,' .m56-II Joseph 5. Mary Williams ....... 4.09 Ni75ftofW2SOftofNW 1.3 complainants that "The people have the
)! j W 250 tt S ,..r'eoN W 1(3.35 tt E 40 tt of 'yi i9s ff of S 100 I of SWU. as per DB 43-371 lid not challenge these find- right know" when the knowledge -
S I5U E to POI I. lot 37 ft Of N 430 ft Of SEU Of SEU t
I t, S of hlway deg & W of old RR w 30. 9. 21 ..................... 17754-22 Charlie 5. Sueeiia Grlmmage. .... 4.09 I 24. 9. 22 1 .. ..-. ....... 188791 First Colored Baptist Church ings. They made no cai tat can the nation's -
I & E 1024 chs of lot 31 S of hl S 113 tt ofW. Com at SW cor of NEU run E of Melrose ..................... 137 lie school compromise
of tot JsS6 ttft Of Si'4 Of SEU 30 1584 ft N 660 ft W 1054 ft Gary bard de defense or foreign
SW
& Com at cor
4 I way 3arunN44oeg E.fl3thsS 9, 21 ......................... 17754-35 L H WIlliams ................... 1.37 N 440 ft W 528 ft S 1320 ft iberately caused racial division plc.
U deg E 11.74 chs S S deg E 120 tt of W 495 ft of S 100 to POB 25. 9. 22 32 1(897-1 Nita M Mcintyre ............... 2407 The press, he said, "wat t
7 min W 442 chs N IJ deg 53 ft Of N 1235 ft Of SEVi Of SEU S 3.92 chs of SWVi of NE' E of its schools. know deal
I min W 11.712 cbs & Lots 39-40 / .t : 30 9, 21 ."...".''..'...... 17754-42 Mabel E Davis ................... 4.33SlS4ftofEl2OftofW35 of rd & NWU of SEU 27, a great more ta I

i fc tots 42 43 58 4. EW Of tot 59 /!;;: :; .... 7.77NW I 9, 22 43 ------.. .--..-.-.-..---. 18924NVi Celia Starfce .................. U.3 do the people in whose name
& Lot 42 N J. E of ArredondaMkenopy tt of SEU of SEU 30. 9, 21 ... 17754-43 Mable DIVis 5. Isaac Walker of NWVi of NWU 3 9, The claim was, rather, tat i I
J I rd & Lot 44 W of old Of NEU N & W Of 21 20 .................. ... 18941CAMPVILLE W Was"I"to ............... 16.32 is unconstitutional for a act. The freedom of the press .

.j ThJRRWCCPOrOR92S5lr1 RRWI.ssmatpartSOfoldbJ Hiway 31+21.31 Less....Lot......OR......51-451...... 177571776M Rosl.n 0 Marshall ............. 310.43 MAULTSBY RE PL PB AT A-PB, C-47 board to "acquiesce" in such print without fear or reprisal

9 & less R-W for SR-93 Leitner Beg at N W cor of NEU of Lot 7 Bk 1 .. .......... ....... 19000 W Grimes ..................... 2213 can, improperly or unwisely
11 5-Dofkts$0DSJ-44S24. "392 Thea Scott ...................... ,." NEU run S 45 deg E to hlway Lot S Bk 5 ................. 19009 J Tines & Lull Hurd ......... 22.1 de facto segregation. The petition i

PAZ 1 That.'JJ.. part'"" ..._ of lots..54..a, .57. ... ..E"'of. fa N P along OR n hiway. .. 21 to 217 sec..line-....W.. McNul" Scruggs ............... 47.46 I Lots PB 29 B-45 30 .Bk.. .J...Park-O-Pines....-..... 19024_ 0 A Moeller .................... 3." t the Supreme Court suggested used basic, n cnta to an
I 105-454 .iss.iot..Pe-.oR(2.m I NVi fNEiNE14 &SE'/4 Lots 4 7 Bk H Park-O-Plnes that the Constitution's equally part te public

Ii rI& less lot as per OR 1(4-574 & of NEU of NEVi less that part PB B5 .... .........-........ 19032 Abner Jones ................... 3.49 interest, the of '
&t less lot per OR "'.311 & less Of NWVi Of NEVi Of NEU SWVi of NWVi less N 420 ft of W bar against racial discrimination namely abit
IL I lot as per OR 201-532 Leitner NW of hiway S less beg at 525 ft 34 9. 22 35 ......... 19038 W W.shlnto ................ 27.01 the government to thepeople's
I $-0 of tots S A 9 DB J.-445 144075 R c & Thea Scott ............. 23957 NE cor run S 1333 f? W 2087 NWU of SE'/4 & NE' of SW'/ required the school board to cr
; NU2ttotlots5457Eot- n N 1124.3 ft W 5045 ft to 34 9. 22 80 ..... .......... 19043 W W It Mary Taylor .......... 13.9 lake affirmative action. business defendingour
hlway a, W of lake less N 32 ft hlway NE-ly along hlway 3 Acres o W side of SAL RR interests abroad and guarding
f of E 325.3 ft Leitner S-O of 2924 ft E 4954 ft to Beg & of SE'! of SE'0' SWV4
I lots I S DB J-445 ............. 14411 PC" Doris Ashmort ......... 190.73 less com at NE cor S 1 deg Of SEVi less 120 ft RR-W The affirmative action could the nation's security."
I t 212 4 ft Of N 344.4 ft Of lots 54 23 mln W 1320 ft N 89 deg SW',. of SEVi 9. 10. 22 339 ...... 19120 L D & Bernice Whittinglon .... 3890
.t 57 E of hlway & W of lake Leit 53 min W 447.95 ft N 1 deg 02 NVi W of RR & SW of NE'/4 presumably be a redrawing of The answer to the question
ner S-O of tots I 9 DB J-445 14414 PCS. Doris Ashmore ......... 262.54Tract mln W 660 ft to POB N (9 less RW & NVi of SEU a school to racial 'Do' the have
as per OR 147-111 21. 11, deg 52 mln W 44398 ft to SWVi Of SWVi 9, 10. 22 339 .. 19120 L 0 8. Pernice Whittmgton .... 489.50 zones improve people a right t
10 .. ....''.lun.11 W K ( Lacy Hunter ........... 27.01 hlway N 44 deg 46 mln E along SW'i of SEU E of Melrose & balance. could be busing know?"' is not as simple
I N 0.7Iot"iis'iit: ; dd' PB hlway 235 ft S 47 deg 47 mln 49 Orange Lane rd less Lots 34 I fore a
14520-33-2 V L .. Mary Ward ............ 71.92II sec E 30.75 ft 57 Deg 01 min to 41 inc Bk C & less lots of pupi t ditt schols. is sometimes supposed, Man
;I J, 49 5oiSmititAddi A- 51 sec E 28411 ft S 1 deg 02 1 to 24 inc Bk L & less lots 1

C 31 ......................... 14320-49 Marvin & Sally DanleyE ....... 991 mln E 63 tt to FOB 31, 9, ............. 47.14 & 9 to 12 inc S. 3 34 Bk P It[ cud b pairing schol ing said.
Lots 10 11 12 13 14 15 14 & S 21 118 ........-...... ..... ... 17742 Helen C Bradley .-- .......... 32.53N & less lots 1 to inc Bk KOrange the Princeton Publicity in the he
con
... B & Martha Jumpp soaUe Pla. press,
II 501.15 ft of Lot 17 5. lot 1( Lot I less N 145 ft 32,9,21 7Vi 17776 j Summit Orange Sum
Smith Survey Childs Addn PB of NEU Of NWU EofS.235 mitt PB B.1 12 10. 22. 19157 Aline L Nash .................... 32.75 sometimes could "great.
A-31 ...................... 14720-10 C Si Leona Crown ............. 25.21Let less N 210 n of E 420 ft & NW of NW'4 tots 35 3 Nothing i the case ended yes tue "
I as per OR 15242 Smith less S 150 ft of W 580 ft a; Bk E & less lots 5 6 21 Bk assit our advesaies.
I Survey C PB A. less com on E side of S.23510U5 & less lots 9 10 11 12 21 22 terday any legal roadblock -
I t: 31 ......V.-1! ..???.... U720-2W3 J H I Edna Simms ......... 409 ft S along R-W from N 23 24 Bk A & less Lots 1. 2, 3. in the of such
SEU of SEU less R.W for S- line of sec run S along R.W Bk H & less N 140 yds of E 140 way moves
200-A 33. 7, 21 37 .............. 14900 H V Talbert .................., 1419 334 ft E 210 ft N 105 ft E yds DB 288-474 13 10, 22 76 by local school They Britain
\ LotasperDB 278-434 5. DB 170 ft N par with RD 1455 Cedar Park PB ... ..... .. 1f1 L B Hutdln ................. 11.5 bard.
304-394 & DB 314-113 & a tot as ft E 133 ft N par with rd Lots 1 2 3 Bk H Cedar Park may act to im-

I i per DB 343-295 less R-W for S 165 ft to sec line W on sec PB B-17 13. 10. 22 ..........-. 1f8 W P Long Ad' ................. 3.49
t 200-A 35 7, 21 ............... 14904 T C S Esther Slallings! ........ .105.1fI. line 133 ft S par with rd 101.5 SWVi of SEVi of SE'S of balance. But the Constitution

NEU of NEU W of Mway 08 313 ft W par with sec lin 380 ft Runes .......... .. 27.19 grade rd 15. 10, 22 1.3.... 1221 Beckham 5. Dickersn .......... 5.6 does not require them to according Bolsters
344 less R-W for S-200-A 2. 8, to POB 35. 9. 21 ... ............ 177881 Menia R C SW'/4 of NEVi NW14 i
I I 21 2.' ........_...... .......... 14919 TCI Esther Stallings ........ 275444X52 W 105 n of E 210 ft of N Of NEVi 14 10. 22 50 "2 L 0 5. Bernice WhiMingto .... 44.12 to the seventh circuit
I. 1 acres per OR 119-29 10 8. 21 1 ... 14940-1 Elbert Davis ................. 210 ft Of NEV4 of NW'/ .......... 409 Lots 1 2 Bk 14 known as NYa
......
...
1 acres per OR llt-35 10. 8. 21 35. 9. 21 ........ .... ..... 177883 Lamar Lewis of SE/4 ot SW'/4 Haw"orn Est decision.
I 1 .......... ...... .._...... 16960-2 Harvey Anderson .............. 3554 133 ft E & W by 165 ft N a. ............. 3.49 PB A-120 2 10, ..... 1280 Ellen Brown Heirs ............... 71.93 Aden ForceLONDON
SEU of SEU ini. 21. 40 ....... 14979 L 0 d Elsie Berry Jr ....... 56.3otN S perORlS-34433.721 ....... 17788-4 J C & Menia Runes Lot 2 W Jenkins S-D DB Thus the remains

210 ft of S 315 ft of W 210 ft 212.260 ... .. ...... .._....... 136 J H a Mildred Green ............ 3.4' way open
NEU less R-W 14. WINDSOR E OF GREEN STS Lot DB for civil to
of NEU of 14 W E Jenkins S-D rights groups
S. 21 1 .... ................ 17001 fr.nk.. Bessie Rivers ........ ".09 of Rose St W of 1st St 21.26 .. .-_ .. ... ..... .1933.4 NEWpi I.ml ..................... 3." press (AP) Britain or-
)I N1OSftOfS72Sft0fW262ft com 2.41 chs E of NE cor of ... A.75Lot tough political means and I

I of SWU of NEU a, N 420 tt of Green A Washington Sts E on 4 Bk 11 DB 302299NW .... .. 137a T J Alderman .................. 2." for better racial bal-dered more troops to Aden today
I S 420 tt Of E 260 tt Of W 500 Washington St 210 n N par of lot 3 Bk 28 ........... 101 Abner Jones .................. 7.17 protests
t. ft of SWU Of NEU 14 I. 21. with E 1st St 210 ft W par Lots 7 8 Bk 31 less N 5 ft ..... .. Minnie F Johnson Hllrs ....... ance in northern alsoremains I preparation for stronger
f 3.1 ........................... 17022 J Brinkley................... 957 with Washington St 210 ft S ................... 449 WW of Bk 9 less N 60 ft 26. 143 I0J schol. I I
$4lOftOfW2lOftOfSW'/40f 210 ft to POB OR 191-45 .... 17801-43-2 Robert Head 10, 22 C J Waits Add ......... 1U6a W P Baker ..................... 3.4' open t action to defend its base
a NEU &E220ttofW440ttof S of Washington St N of King Lot 1 Bk F Lakeview PB A-180 ... "SSO P H Lee ........................ that have arisen to de. gar.'ig
2.1
1,1 i(r' S 200 3 tt Of.SWU Of NEU 14...a.," 17024 J Brinkley ........................ 197 3rd St 'WVi St 2.4 of acres Lots .11....12....E...Of. 17803-11 Abner Jones ..................... 4.23 W of acre NWV4 in NW per cot DB of 302-313 NEVi fend groups"neighborhood schools." British oil i

t LoV* ij V's of"SEUof'swu oft Rivers ...... 12.05 S of King St N of Main St Smith .................. 1415 24, 10, 22 a. ................ 195471 T J Alderman ..................... 409 Middle East.
NWU 14. I 21 .................. 17034 Frank I. Bessie Lot 29 E of 5th Street. .. 1780429S F H N'! of NWVi of NWVi lying be
SWU Of SWU Of NWU N 5. E Of of Warren St N of Lewis St McLaughlin' Jr 9.91 teen Campville & Orange The National Association For, Defense sources said 600 men
Dean rd less lot as per OR Lots 17 19 E Of 6th St ........ 17804-17 Joseph & Betty Rds less N 210 ft of E
( 10274 14, I, 21 I ..... ..... .. 17039 Luclndy Wilson Heirs ......... 1245 210 ft as per DB 122-151 & lessN the Advancement of Colored of the Lancashire Fusiliers plusa
S of Warren St N of Lewis St 210 tt of W 210 ft DB
.. as per
BRANNING 1ST ADD DB J.M4 ........... 503 Lot. 21 E Of 7th St .. ... .. ... 17804-21 Joseph & Betty McLaughlin Jr 7.77 139.587 & less S 105 ft of E 210 People supported the Gary tactical headquarters from
$5OftOfWlOftOllot2Bkl.10702 JH&DoreltlVBabb ft as DB 26 10 case. The denial of petition

Bk 1 ....._.,....... .....- 17070-2-1 ................... 7.77 WINDSOR W OF GREEN ST 10WS pr" ......3.7................2... 19573 Meilonease Taylor ............... It Northern Ireland would b airlifted
S 122 tt of W 144 ft of lot 3 Dianne Babb N of Washington St NVi of Lot 105 tt of E 210 ft of NVi of 3.3 is certainly a blow hopes for immediately to big

N ?lorsefBk/V00..ft..of....lot.. ..2. 17074-5 J J t Ivy Wilson ............... 50.54 27 In sees 23 less E 3157 ft NW of .NWVi.... .DB. 348-70. 26. relief of de facto segregation port and base at the southwesttip
a 10. 22 V .... ........ 1957M Frank Turner ..................... "
Lot 27 being N 660 n of said. E 5 acres of N 140 yds of SWVi .0 through legal channels. of the Arabian Peninsula.

S 50 tt of lot 1 Bk 4 ., BRANNING... 17079-1 2nd ADD Sampson DB M-119 5. Allie WhIte ......... 45.66Lot Lake sees W 10.'of acres Green ..St...&....E...of. 17811-1 Belmont a. Mildred Bates Jr ... 40M I yds of $E'4 of &SE'W35! Of yds SEVi of N DB 140

,t S less S SO 12 ft bk of S W .100, ..ft. J, 17010I Wilson ...................... 35 J4 N 290 ft Of W 27 300 ft OR of E 1(8-71 894n 305-274 less WW as per DB The N.A.A.C.P. petition t the They will bring British
EVe of tot of Lot per 305274DB ,
.... 26 10
...... 2547
$30ftOfW1OOftOflOt&N50 2 acres N of Washington St 17811-7 H W & Sally Lashier 22 3 .. . ..3... .16....... .... 19589 William & Loretta Davis ...... 27.27 Supreme Court said the questionwas strength in Aden to about 3,0

ft of W 100 tt of lot 12 bk Marion Wilson Et AI.......... 34.03 S of warren St N of Lewis St E W & Hazel Nalbach ......... 44.12 3 acres sq In SE cor of SEVi "Whether .the Constitu-men of
5 .................... 170(0-9-1 Lots 11 19 21 W of Sth St 17818-17 of SWVi less E 55 tt of N 100 backe by jets Royal
4 SEU of"tot 10 bk S. ........... "2S2"'? Alphonso Robinson ............ 30.69Lot I WINDSOR S OF LEWIS ST ............ 5.03 ft 26. 10. .............. i9o7 William ............... tion tolerates a school board's i
14 bk ..... ............. 17080-14 Frank t Bessie Rivers ......... ".U Lots S 4 Bk 83 ................ 1782143-5 Abner Jones ......... ..... 2 PECAN Gary ''.75 A .
43 .................... 17IM Marion Wilson ............... t.31 ..... ...... 17821-122-4 Phlfer Pro--tis 289 HEIGHT acquiescence in the operation ofa
Lot 3 Bk Lots 4 9 Bk 122 ._ Lot 4 Bk 1 27. 10. 22 ............ .. .. .
... ..
( ....... 328Frank 9.31 Mary Mack ... 2.19
............... 17011 Fr.llk" MarIon Irving ..... 17821175Com "! .hn 165
.... .
.. .... ..
it. Lot 4 Bk 4SWU Nth Of Bk 175 Lot 12 Bk I 27. 10 22 .. .......... Their immediate task Informed
.. ......... 17081.' d Bessie RIvers ....... 15.72 1972 S 5. Dorothy Brow............. 2.8 school system which is segregated
Of tot 9 bk 4 at NW cor of Lot 13 E Lot 2 3 Bk 2. .. ..
ORIGINAL WALDO 27. 10. 22 ... 16S J Jenkins Jr ................... .
17145-3 Betty L Powell ................. 5.03 150 ft SW along fence to pt Lot Bk 2 27, 10. 22 ............ 160 Ella Rhodes ..................... 2.89 in fact, merely becauseit sources said, would b
Lots 3 4 5 Bk 1 SIft Not SW Cot Lot 7 Bk 2 27. 10. 22 ... .......
1E13& Jwft : Georgia Williams ............... 2.09 : a punitive expedition against
161
S 40
Com at SW cor bk 2 runs of L along fence to Lot 13 Bk 3 27. 10. 22 ........... G S 5. Ella Morgan ............. did not intentionally or overt
degE2OftNSO deg NE E 40 N pt 25 ft N of SW cor of Lot Lots 2 3 Bk 4 27. 10. 2 .. .... 19692 Eloice Roberts Et AI......... 247. ly create it." tribesmen fighting a guerrilla
ft to W line Of NEU Of 13 N to POB Mrs M Q Nobles ............... 4.19S Lots 1 2 3 4 5 Bi 27. 10.
line of lot 1 bk 2 S 50 17822-13-1 Phifer Properties war against the
to S .................. 529 S-O PB A-114 Ethel 5. J Jenkins 5. Brtshprotec.ed
.. . .. ... 17164-9 Abner Jones .. Ra.
deg W to beg 2549 ft of Lot 16 3.11 .. .. .. . .. .. ..... ...
Lot I 2 bk 3Bk .. .. .. 17147-1 Frank a. Bessie Rivers .......... 5.03 Mrs M Q Nobles SDPB 2 19695 Peters I ................ '.0 The petition took the view South ,
acres S ft of N 8930 ft of W Federaton
44 ..................... 12.65
lot 3 as .. .. .. Bessie King
34 5. Bk 37 less pt A-l ....... . 17822-14-1 "incumbent .
was a
which
ito ft of lot 5 Surveyof upon the Aden
Bailey joins
...
per DB 1(0-345 ( less lot 4 bk That part In lake 3, 10. 21 263 .. 17(93 j T Mackey ............... 34.6Lot Thus Addn 27. 10. tat i crown cl.

I 37 key& St NW-ly.. 12Vi..... ft. ..of....Mular-..... 17200 J L George ................... 77.40 S-D 19 OR Gathercol 19-403 .....tt..... Davis_ _- B M & -Gall McDanIel Jr ...... 31.29 PB A.39 .. ..50. ...ft....of. lotS...2. 19705-2 Sophia Roberson ............... 4.69W7SftofS board to mitigate segregation -ony with the 14 sheikhdoms of
S education where
S Lots12349501112bk111I LAKESHORE HC"SITES PB A-151 Bailey Survey of Tillis Addn i the former Aden protectorate

; I) Legeres Lots 1 J Addn.3 4 9 DB 10 11 K-487 12 bk 11 17251 E R & Virginia Estes .......... 4900 Tract plat of Indicated Lakeshore reserved Homesttes on 27, 10. 2 PB A.39 ......OBRIAN'. 19704 ADON Elmon PB A-101Vi& Martha Bennett ...... 3403 possible. stretching along the south coast

Lets 4 S7 7 bk.. ..13.. .Legares. ....Addn. DB 17254-4 L C Mathis .................... 3X43E S-D 81 com at NE cor ft of S reserved toa Lot 1 Bk 2 ......cLot ............. 17 Ida M Hill ..................... 2.8 The decisive difference of the peninsula.The .
K
tract run E 14 ..... legal I
4 Bk 2 ....... ....... William ......... .
I; Lots 345 Sparkman HeightsPB pt 30 tt E of SE cor of Lots .4 5 4 7 Bk 4 .. ........... 19738 Bell Stew.r Bright.................... 1.16 between segregation brought;

B-74 ......-. 17257-3 E T t. Betty Powell ............ 997 tract N to marked POB reserved. .. ... .. .W...30.. tt 17939 R H & Liliiebelle White ...... 350.77 .Com on N side of hiway 706 f 3.9 long-term objective is t
.. W of E line of Sec N 571 tt school authorities and I
........ 11.45 by
Lots I 9 Bk H Waldo H.IoMsLs' ..... .......... 17..G-58 R H & Liliiebelle White abut convince the -
Lot 58
NVi ot
: B-3J "244-1 Delbert t. Margaret Coil ......... 29.13 Lots 102 103 .. ..... 17940102That I N Parrish ...................... 2855 428 E 210 tt to tt POB N 205 W ft 210 less ft S S 205 100 ft ftotESOft&lessE5OftofW created by other factors: men's gerrias. and

1 2 '6k 4 Willy Bk'i'P'3'1 SoD PB 1/9.; A- 17272-1 E H a. Patricia Tussinger ........ UI 10. part 21 133 of sec. in lake ..10. 17950V J T Mackey ..................... 1I. 6 I II 100 ft of S 105 ft I per OR 8864&lessW60ftofEll3ftof- was illustrated by another case: President Gamal Abdel Nasser

Lots 21 Lkydsdale 1 to 10 '!.*:5-0 .. . .. .. 17570 Rose Y Homan .................. 149 '. N%504 Of chs SE'/4 of 14.E 10.1008 21 15"chs of.. 17979 Althea Smith ................... n.esl on which the Supreme Court act. of the United Arab Republic
N 100 tt 27. 10. 22 19744 Louise 8. Thretha .....
Thomas
I Estate .......................... 263.44 6.54N ed
7SflofS6.32chsof E 100 Monday.This that Britain
i N2lOftofE2lOftQfSE of GROVE PARK PB A-5 will not be driven

SSU ef SEU 22. 9. 21 1 "488 Lockwood 1 Doris Davis ...... 5494 Bk 1 a, Bk 10 N of RR 45 tt of W 3.16 chs of. SE'.....of_ 8 Ella ..... out of its Aden base. The base
t S MO tt Of 6 210 tt of SWU of acres .. .. . .. .. 18040-1 Carrie C Brow........ ..... 3129 NEU 27. 10. 22 19758 G S Morgan ........ 409 case came from Jack.
.......... 15044 S 75 ft of N 175 tt of E 100 tt of
NEU Of SEU OR $,.380 22 9. 17691 Bks 3 4 7.7 Acres. .. 1(040-3 Harry a, Sherry NW' of NE'/4 of SWU 27 sonville Fla. whose schools:jis I considered essential to the

Surety Mortgage Investment E 128 tt of S 142 ft Of ...... 10. .. ... ...... .. ... 198281 Napoleon Dubois ............... ,
that .. .. ....... Hall ...... 7.77 protection of Western oil interests
WVi less E 39 tt t lev. part Co ........... 8107 Lt I .... .... .. 180604-2 N H & Rebecca 2 42 were until recently wholly segregated
of N 1200 ft E of graded rd & 5. tots 37 40 10.4
Bk 9
rd & 2 ..... ................ 2915 in the peninsula as well as
less S 210 ft E of graded .. .. .... 13040-9 R C Brown by deliberate official,
acres .....................24.27 S 75 tt of N 375 tt of E
5. lessR..V 10
Ins tract DB 341-121 Lot 12 Bk 13 ... ..... ...... Jennie King a staging post on the Commonwealth .
.1013-1 ......... 717 ft of NW' of NE'i of action. Now token ion,
17719
Dease integral
24545 R F t
DB 357249 24. 9. 21. Margaret Nester 6S744 ... .... J W & Josephine
7ti6lrn; OR 187-438 34, 9 21 17729-2 Joseph & Gertrude Dlx ::::::::.. 931 SW'/4 SEU of Of NVi NVi of of Lot Lot 21 21........ 1W40-21S G C Kite .. .. ... ........... 7.17 Nl5ftofElt0ftofNW'/a 27. 10. 22 ". ... .. 19828-4 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 3.0 has begun. defense line t the Far
; I
SE'* ef SWU less N
482Vi n of 1 less S 117W ft of N WI"of Of Bk E .362. .. .tt....ofN.. 18060-43-6< Willie & Pearlle Sanders ....... 1.16Lot of NEU of SWU 2710-22 E 19828-5 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 3.4 East.
100
A S 75 tt of N 52090 ft of
1045 tt a. less N 300 tt 30. 9. Last the ,court of
47 d lot 1 acres as January
m37J C a, Emma Williams ......... A les. RES, Olhvene Sullivan ....... 121.11 ft of NW' of NEU Of SW'
5105 W' 160 1325 per OR 142 acres 107 27 10. 22 .... .......... 19828-4 A J & Henri) Dubois ............ 4472G appeals for the 'fifth circuit held
S 7Vi tt ot N 555 1 OR in
5' .of SEU of SWU 3 '. 21 105 17737.10 Mid Slate Homes. Inc ............ 50.54 acre ... pr... .. ...62..... 101 J P & Irence Llndsey Sr ....... 4744 S100ftofWlSftofEilS tt ef NWVi of NEU of SWU that the Jacksonville FreighterHits

> ft of N 420 ft of' E Part of Lot 77 as per .. 19828-7 E ................ 40.44NlSftofSl5OftOfEiOO autoritesmust
.... 27. 10. 22. Munnerlyn
of SEU Harmon ... ... 20.59
of W "n.1 ft Of SWU 33774 .. ...... .. ........ 1(060774EVi F 1 Hattie cease assigning

E 30.5t 21 ft of W .35905. ft- .Of- S 17740-21 Raymond ( Maggie McKlnney 71.93n of A lot .as.....per......DB.. Abner Jones .... ................ 7.77 FT OF NW/4 of NEU of SW' and tachers a?
tt Of N 845 ft of SWU Of 452 I 2. 10.3 21 Rochelle. 11ft.1 Abner Jones ....................... 7.77. 27. 10. 22 .. .... ._.. ..._.... 198288 B L S. Eva Johnson ............. .0 adistatora wel

E S=It5.n U 30.tt 9 of 21 W 331.03 ft..of 17740-10 S_ Crockett. Mary Williams .... 4194i A section triangular lot in t rd NE&_Inter-RR 1151 N of 5.5 NEU chs of 28. E 10.55 2 ch.of...NEU..... 19840-1 Abner Jones .................... 7.77 pupils also-on te race Barge

210 ft of N 1C7S tt of SW'. of o th Zetrouer lot W 4W chs of $ of SWU & I prohibited driia.

S SE'4 1ftol 30. ,.N 21 42551 of E I1Uof 1n40-11 W S 5. BillIe Sanford Jr ..-.... ".42 Dod as per E Dbl V- :2$. 10 21 11182-1 Abner Jones ..................... I.,:' 10 NWU'22 of 18 SEU S of RR 29,. 18S R C Brown .................. 2547 tion in the budgeting shol MOBILE, Ala. (AP-An) out-
at
All E of paved rd also com
E 18W chs of SEU of SWU lessIotS1234S67S9iOi1 funds. freighter collided with
SE30
W 111.tS ft of Sy of SW cor of Greee Addn S bund an
21 .. .. In42-4 J A 5. Rosetta Taylor .......... '1.12I 52 deg E 1421 ft to r N barge in Mobile
13 14 15 16 17 18 20 2123 oi
of. ,0ftofN323ftcfE11S.ft W "..U tt of 5 of SE" 30. deg 77 deg 13 21 min mln E E to 102.1 E ft line S of 40 1 2 2 29 29. 10. 22 .._.. 19857 R C Braw .................. 2607 The Supreme Cu dele today and both bust hrbr flame.early

,. 21 17742..J T W McCloud .................. "-n tot 3 bk 2 thence S-ly W Of N 220 tt Of S 660 Monday to
at tt of E chs of SEU ofSWU tt deiion. The Coast Guard said had
$10OftotN625ftofE11.Sfle E line of lot 3 bk 2 to 1' 4 10. 19857-4 J D t. Beverly Beck .......... i
The school
SEI,4
W .u ft of sv. of of lot 3 bk 2 N 52 deg W 2. 2 271 of
30 9 21 ..................... In44 T W McCkxIcI .................. S3.2I long S line of Grace Addnto SEU of NWU S RR NE1 cut bd no report injuries.The .
of SWU S of R Riess S 20BW the ban racial
$1SftotNl2SftotElll.Sftof Grace Addn PB A-41 fire in the bow of the
FOB 447-
115.15 ft of SE" Rochelle 18193-3 Abner Jones ......,............... 13.17 tt & less tots OR 57-479 & OR assignments of teachers.
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30. 't 21 of..lVa m42-7 Oliver 5. Helen Watts .......... SUII S lOll tt Of E 275 ft Of NW' 59-453&OR59-332. & OR foot ore carrier Prospector was
IDO ft of N t2S tt 0' E ,,,., It SWU Of .NEU Of 58-307 & OR 73S & OR 1 _
..., "S.tS of SYa of Sf\4 300 Ot NWU 10. 21 144 ...... 18225 M Bradley Heirs ............... 4044 Again the court gave reasons -,extinguished within a short
f, 21 ........................ 17742. Clark 5. Williams ............... 46.16I NVi ef ; 5 Evlnston 48-195 & OR 82231 & less W210ftofSiOSOft&lessOR n time.
3 .1 of N 525 tt of E 11', ftc N 595 11. 21 1 ..........B. 18347 ATI Rosetta Smith ......... 4.4 for kiting the decision of

33.;' W.. 53163 21 tt of lYa of SE'4 1n62.21 Oliver 5. Helen W.tts ......... $3.96$100ftofN433f1oOE119.ft Eli.595 of Lot 11..17 21 Evmston_ ... DBN 18354 J H T.yl ..................... 3." 1ft.51 13.2'& less 29.OR 10 134-198 22 18& less. 19841 R C ,Brown ?............. 2907 I the fifth circuit stand. But the The Coast Guard said the ore
3 N 104 S 102W tt Of W
of
W 35 of tot 3 decision consistent with the
vW$3i$5ftof$" of Sf'4 30.f. N 7 11, 21 W" ....yds... ..... :. Alice Williams .................. 3.4 210 tt of that part of NE' of was : crier later reported a fire in
112 I J L & Velva Rush .........
21. ...... .. ..-. 1n42.23 Ulysses 1. Annie Cobb ......... 64.24 3 1 Lochtoosa Gar dens 5\ Nofd29.l0. 22 "81 74.66Sf00.Sftof view that a state may not act; a forward hold. The Prospectortied
S .::10 ft of N 32S ft of W 100 It 1 .,......... .. .. 18354-42-1 J C & Geneva AIr5 ....... 31.29. E lOSftofW2lOft for of racial discrimina
of W 7 3.11 acres of E.,4 611 N SPORTSMAN HAVEN ADD OR "- of that part of NEU of SW'H reasons at state
.. of SE' 30. 0. 1S Davis Jr ........ 22.13 N ef rd 29. 10. 22. 11.10 S t Elizabeth Butler .....,.. 57.54 up a Abam
acres ot SW' Lot 14 ............. ........ 18354-49-14 & Faye tion.
21 -e'. ... .. .. InG3 J E 5. Betty Edwards .......... 6.32 Lot ...................... 18. H H Patricia Beckwith ....... 26.4 I N203'.flofSl2SlftofW200Va dock berth fire
S ISO tt of N m ft of W 100 tt 6 ........... tt ef E 1042W tt of NEU of
Lot ...... ...... R Wheeler -.
3.72 I 3. ....... .. pumped water into the
of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 611 1 2 Cross Creek Park SWU 29. 10 .11 _.. 19841-12 B L t Oneta Davis ... 53.2 The refusal review leaves. tck
acres 01 SW' of IE' 30. f Lts E-7 ._ 18354-59-1 G W & Cora Bass ............0 138.21 Lot as per OR 151-41 29. 10 t
21 1nG4 Napoleon 5. BeatrIce Flier .... 77.40 1.7 acres.as per DB 317-45 21. I 22 18H5' Modern Homes Construction Co. 47.44. the Supreme Cur free to consider hld.
S ICO ft of N US ft of W 100 It 12. 21 '.7 D M McKayNEU ....................,. 149 N 104 tt of W '210 tt of S .3 either :I
? r, W 7 3.11 acres Of E 14 411ecres '1111 ef NEU of SWU 29, 22W Mondy's que Flames on the oil barge lighted
of SW' of SE' 300 ,. of NEU 4. NWU of 10, 1*>61.23 S A Fountain ................... 4.09 future
in NW cases.
less 9
21 .. .. ... ...... 17743-4 J E 5. Itty Edwards .......... 52.42 acre. 21. c 183S4-M Rose V Homan .................. 1.3 I N 20 tt of S (34 f of W 210ftotNE ton i up the Mobile watrrontnea
I lOG tt of N m It of W 100 tt 321. 1. 7 '.. of SW4 N of
of W.l .n .acres'Of E 14 4.11 Lot 3 fc of Lot 4 OR BIRO BEACH rd 29. 10. 22 grad 1986124SW R C Bro .................... tJ7 the downtw bies sec

acres .f IW'4 of SE\.4 30. 9.II 15352EVi WY.... .. 1(397-3 L R K.thlee Dennison ... 32439 In grt & gov lot 2 out of grt Law Student tion. The was brought uder
'. ImH 011I' S. Mlrolree Gibson ...... 75.24 ofiotI& lot 5 as per less tot I per DB 334-154 S. -
I 100 ft.Of.N m It of'W 100ft OR 20-14 .. .. 1(394-4 E L & Rebecca Dels ...... 86.1 I less tot as per DB 33 & I ,control about three hours after
of W 7 3.11 acres of E 14 4.11 Lot 31 as per'OR ... 1(394-31 Cogburn a. .,........... 133 less lot a per OR 5. 4. collision.
acres of SW'4 of .1'''' 30,. 9 Lot as OR .7-5.3. a, 22 J R & Evaryn Stephens ......... 16'S less tot OR 155-86 & 100 To Head UF th
21' .. ,. ."..."" .'" In.w L.vle" Dorothy Strickland 54.02I p N (725 ft of that 1\ R-Ws OR 171.20 3 .
222 p. ... _... R C t Julia Brown ......... 24.6
1co It of N .25 ft of W 100 tt of NVi of SEU tying S 5. 22 3 _. .7 The Coast Guard said the
of W 7 3-11 acres Of E 34 511afres par 30. 7 .. 18431-2 W B (. Yvonne Head .......... 1041 I W 210 of E 230 ft Of N 210 tt I 8
of SW" ofSE4 3CI. ". roe .2 of S ft of that part foot cutter Point Lookout
S 48X97 of SEU lyIngaEofroad30.S.2219.54. 6 ii .. ................. HomecomingR
21 1nG' Samuel .......... grt 30. 10. 19870-3 W C GII.n 4.09
Johnson ............... 53.11 S 111L C & Gloria B.II.r 27.0 '33 2 the under tow and movedit
I 1:10: tt of N 1025 tt of W 100 N212ftOf E 210 ftOfW All frac ort less fol barge
tt of W 7 3-11 acres of E lets bet 1 the harbor into Mobile
420 ft of that part of NWU of li crlte out of
14 4-11 acres of SW'4 of SE'" NEU S of hlway 32, 1 J C & Ella Young .......... 74.M 1 lots 10 Bk 10 & '. Norwood Gay, II a third
1'00: : ol'N ..' mGIO J I .. Betty Edwards .......... 53.11 N chi of W 10 .2 NEU 111 I W4'.3ftf Bk 115. lotsi23 law
S ; ;i25 ti fW1 ft of 1 32. 8. 22 12 o.... Mary Wanton Lie Estate ...... 49.7E 0k13&Iotsl3l4i3i4Ok year stdet frm Jackn
Of W 7 3.11 acres of E U 6-11 100 SWv Victoria Ave per OR 1N2 l4&lots56jOk15&N.of vile is Bay.Nik
acres of ,5WIJo of II E54 3Q ,. 133-250 O 33 ( ._.. Milton & Tina H.n......... 71J3 l t II.
21 .. .. .... InGl1 ErwIn Rote Clara JofInsoft ".56 N 175 ft of 2 part of 5ofNWofsecs3334Eof 1U7 Bk 14 Magnesia Springs & 19 Homecoming festivities Ends Talk
I 100 of N 1225 tt of W 100 tt com at SE of Bk 1
c Florida 0
S -I of cL
University
of W7.3.11acres of E U 4-11 S W ft N
Av a. W of Lake I IIS 1044 ft 10 -. & ............ I
R C Julia 21999
acres of SWI,4 of SEI,4 300 9. VII .. .. E E Whiting Estate ............ 585 tt t POB 31. 10. 2 51.. 19873EW Brown. 16-17, was THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
21 ... .... ... ...... ., .177GI2 Coles" Sellers 3. WIves ......... LI7 3 .. Lots 10'7 5.9 as per 114 43 of Bk & tot 1 B i au ty. By
I 100 It of W 100 ft of W 7 310 CR 9. 22 34 ... 18541 Roger & Charlcey ... 31155 lotsl23b13&Iotsi3 o The was md I MOSCOW (AP) -
42U 4
acres of E 14 4-11 acres of Lot II R-W Orange Wilas 14 1 14 b 14 & tots 5 4 7 8 by Ron La Face Peer
SWIJo of SEI,4 300 9. 21 .. .. 1n43-n J E 1. Betty Edwards ............ 1.37 PB A-3 Bk of Bk 14 Mag- Khrushchev told
Heights 11 v E 5. Elsie Kite Sr ..-..-... 14.15 19878-2 R C Brown ...;.;. ............ Pes
I .lOOftofE 100 tt of W3Il t Lots 1 to 18 Inc Bk 1 OrangeHeights nesla 5SvD N- 13.1 Florida Blue Key which sponsors -! ident Ahmed Ben Bella

'PB' A-3 18401 WE & Eble Kite Sr ........... Lots 10 Magnesia n.92''I I h
acres of E 14 6-11 acres 2701 : ... 19878109EW E J & J.nl Tipton -...... ...
Lotp.rORS-44710.9.22 JD5.lnezOsteen .......... 30.49 12 Homemg. f would pay him a return visit
oISW of5E3O.9,2l... 112 NWU
mG14 JE& $ .......... of EW of
eflyEwar4s 1.37 of
I lOOflOfN 1223 ft.fE Tract 10, 9. 27 as p OR 103-405 18452-33 J R !> ........ 14.321N130f'iot4.lsoN 32, 10.22 10 Nw '98M R C Brown ................... 7.77. Te aual trek. t the first opportunity.
p.tter of
100 ft of W 7 3-11 acres ofE144ll.crsofSWteof Of5 o N 14.71 chs of W 14 Chs attracts 60,000 persons

S E fr-.t'N21'iSft m415 J E & letty Edwards .......... 1.97 2-3 2-3 ft of N lot of SW 11 also cor lot com 11 run 124 of NES4O S 4 71 NW4IessWI6O chs 33. 10, 22 21 chs 1WON200ttotS4MttofNWOf R R Mouion Heir ............. 1492 cap Gatr Growl. the world's Khrushchev was saying good

S It, .f W 1 Jon acresof of E E 100 14 toaptl3.3351WofFOBE N 124 7-3 ft W 71.44 ft SE-lv LOI12WofRR22.1l.22. 20047N40ttefS349ttofLotl2W L D t> Bernice Whittington .... 78.33. largest student show, a well as bye t Ben Bella at Sierp,

4.11 acres of SW"% of 5E ,'.
the
activities Da
30. 9. 21 ... .. .. .. ...... 177G" W S 5. BIllie Sanford Jr ....... SU2 to L-217 POB. Goodson A OB Of RR, 221122 ................ J0050-4 L R t Carolyn Durden 41.H Homecoming y Ar i
I ISO ft ef N I2S ft of e 000ft W'i of NEU N of G.isvle17 W W I Amy Addison .......... 3' when Florida meets the University wh is paying a state

4-11 of acre.a1.SW6..f W I 3.11 acrelol E SI"14 Meirose Gainesville Rd. & Ta Slll&MKi of South Carolina on the visit t t Soviet Union, flewto

300 t. 21 .. .................. 1770.11 Abner Jones .................. 41.46 Less 70 ft R-W M.lro, t. 2 137.5 Rd.&... 1(794 E H" Beatrice Easley ..._...... "'.$ ,I .AJechva County II ,football field. Lngadw .


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tt! Tuesday, May 5. 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

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/ k .w : HST Assured Place in HistoryBy




JAMES MARLOW I fare of :ie people, it does ml(imoon and stars had fallen _on The same year he launched) down in those years-as earl

d Associated Press News Analyst I I make any difference what is him. "Pray for me," he said. the Marshall Plan of aid to shattered as 1947-has been followed ever .

WASHINGTON (APHarry said about him while he is countries. Western Europewas since by Presidents Eisenhower ..
But what he had iron and
A alive. The presidents who have was put back on its feet the Kennedy and Johnson with
i r aai ,,.. :S. Truman, as brisk and cocky the to make decisions.
.q Nqi ; as when he left the White House done things, who were not afraidto ability rest of the non Red world was variations. The main point of it
What he needed ad-
and act have been the most was good helped. Since then the aid bill was: stop communism in its
.trl in 1953, will be 80 Friday
vice. He it. His first test:
M br sounded abused." sought has reached $100 billion.In tracks.
'r if over the years he has deciding to end the war with
f fI >, > "n'r tl I self-satisfied, and still does, it's Now 12 years later, a news- Japan by dropping atomic 1948 and 1949, with the air What was the most tremen ,

ff I 4 no wonder. man asked the same question bombs on its cities. lift he broke Stalin's Berlin dous decision of his presidency?

I !qk He doesn't got the same answer: "I would By the fall of 1945 the cold blockade. In 1950 he decided to He said it was not dropping the

have to worry change nothing." Figuring he war was taking shape. So was fight the Korean war. He was bombs on Japan but going into .

about his place did his utmost and willing to be his thinking about it. In a abused, denounced and tormented Korea. .

F in histo It AnalysIs: judged on that, he is adjustedto by people like Sen. Joseph
ry
speech on Oct. 27, 1945, he an- He was asked once what was ..
R. d t '' sr will be high up. What The the thought of death. McCarthy who never got off
f( ,, nounced the United States the high point of his White
rt p ; In 1952, not News He put it this way: "I know would keep the secret of the his back. House years. He laughed and

J iJ d x a M b' ,. tong before Tru- Ieans that when I am carried out feet atomic bomb, to be safe and But the foreign policy he laid said it was his election to a full 11

iI ; Nt ? "'dG.K man turned fIVer first it can be said of me:' "He preserVe peace, and he called ....eee.e. four-year term in 1943.I .
I
the presidency did his damndest." *' '* ..
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for a large armed force. Things
to Dwight D. Eisenhower, No '
in
president history ever
.. piled up on him but he handled .
t the American historian Henry had him load Jfud k'ukex
i
3.M 1, dumped on a them all like iron. tacit 0
,,, Steele Commager, said in 50 more terrible than the one inherited -'
(; z In 1946 he forced Stalinto .
yt early ..
.
pel"
years historians would regard'ruman's when he stepped into the -" .
pull his troops out of Iran. ", ... I LAST 2 DAYS |
Ij t Jack Foley shows Alachua County teachers techniques in teaching modern administration "as White House April 12, 1945: a Early in 1947 he took America, .; sr aeiwt

1 mathematics. Watching with interest are Mrs. Eugene Sheely (right) of High "one of unparalleled success. war to be finished in Europeand once and for all, out of its ancient 214 NWti.R AIM; !. Ocala; 6-6472 FRANKIE ANNETTE BUDDY

Springs Elementary School and of West wood Junior High. Ten years later the New York the Pacific; a country tobe tradition of peacetime iso I AVALON FUNICRLO HACKEH.In

Times reported a survey of 75 reconverted to peace, and lation. WMIs

J Modern "ihEmHI American historians showed still undreamed of then, a cold With Greece overrun by Communist UBURBIADRIVE i iwl.ti I

} Pupils they listed Truman among the war to be fought. guerrillas and Turkey IN TMlATUr. ,,

near-great presidents. They Except that he had been a pressured bx the Soviet Union, wKlS- Yp2- 1 I .. \ CON

may plant him among the greatin hard-working senator, he was he proclaimed the Truman Doc TONITE! Showtime 7:30 .

rt To Understand Numbers the years to come, by Com- an unknown quantity when he trine: American help for nations I -PLUS-

mager's reckoning. became president. He was over struggling to survive. Greece "IRMA LA DOUCE" "THE ,

They named the great ones whelmed. He said he felt the and Turkey were saved. I
I I this way: Lincoln, Washington, Jack Lemmon Shirley McClain BEATLES"
By CLIP CORMIER psychology economics and I of them is at the University of
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Wilson "SOME LIKE IT HOT"MARILYN
Sun Education Writer even sociology. Florida. His name is Jack THURSDAY
Arithmetic is fun? Traditional school programs Foley. He's an instructor at the Jefferson. This was their Theodore near- I SEE b MONROE JAMES BONDIS .
list Jackson
Try to tell most elementaryand in mathematics-from the first College of Education where he great : TONY CURTIS BACK!

high school pupils it is grade to the college level con- is working on his Ph. D. Roosevelt, Polk, Truman, John the II! .

and they'll think you're a real sist almost entirely' of mathe Adams, Cleveland.Just .
square. matics developed fiver 300 years Realizing the need to inject before he retired, Tru I SUN

I Mathematics is boring, dull ago, gradually introduced in the more interest in arithmetic, the man, in Interviews with news I SEE LAST
Alachua County Board of Public who had covered his White i /
and too hard to make heads or schools over the past 150 years men TIMES
I' tails of say most students. 'and crystallized essentially in Instruction last fall began House years, was asked: If he II DRIYI IN TNIAiR[

And if anyone thinks this attitude its present form 60 years ago. beaming educational TV classesby had it to do all over again, ALACHUA GENERAL Mrs. Mary M. Langford, 3100 N..11rw...." .111.r.0501 tI
twice week in Trenton C. Poole I 3 S 7 9
Foley a coun- would he change anything? HOSPITAL ; Joseph p.m.
about arithmetic can be ; But a revolution is in the I Now 3 Big Color Hits!
r. blamed on modern youth think making. New methods of teach. ty classrooms.In No he said and added: "H May 2, 1964BHtTHS Trenton. all about brides Open 645 Show 7:20 '

t of the times you heard adults ing mathematics geared to addition the board obtained a president makes decisions DISCHARGED who discover See 2 Late As 9:45
the services of Foley and: and for the wel- Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. West Hit No. 1 At 7:20
I'' complaint "I never was any modern day social situationsare that are right PAUL NEWMAN
his colleague at the College of Rt 3. Box: 552 a eirl: Mr. and Mrs. Carole Shepherd, Mrs. their hidden talents!
I't good at math. taking shape. Math teachers THE PRIZEFirst
It's sad but true comparedto prefer to call it an evolu Education, Carroll Fugal to up I Mrs.: Robley S.: Pullers; iii18ii' Carol J. Buckhalter and son JOSEPH LINKMfMHT

modern day teaching in phy tion. Appropriately enough, the date county teachers in the new 1 In The NW 55th Terr., a bay.AD1fITTED. I' Mrs. Betty A. Lantz and daughter i I Run Hit At 9:45 .

I tics, chemistry, and biology,,new system is named simply methods. About 35 teachers volunteered Mrs. Nancy Gillis and re ELVIS PRESLEYKISSIN'

math is still in the horse and !"modern mathematics." for the 14-week course Mrs. Carol R. Puller Sylvia 1 daughters (twins), Robert B. COUSINS .

I buggy era despite the paradoxthat Few teachers are qualified to which met three hours a weekon Nannette Copeland Bernice Pritchard Mrs. Delores Haw- l I 3rd Bonus Feature

it is being applied in ever teach the new system. Fortunately Mondays at the University. CapitolWASHINGTON Wright, Gwendolyn Louise Wat ley, John Dupree Mrs. Amanda TONY CURTIS

increasing new fields such as! for Alachua County one They received no credit.In son all of Gainesville; Fred Chancey. Bell I Who Was That Lady?
II addition to his Alachua Floyd, High Springs. I of the

County classes, Foley also lent (AP-In the DISCHARGEDFred ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Bee STARTS FRIDAY

, Methodists Okay his services to teachers in Duval news from Washington: Irons Mack J. Coker, Involved in accidents reported a..1MMiM'f' e+cn.ee illUME Advance GLENN To FORD the Rear
County, commuting there under Wenona Conroy, Zack Bridges, to the Gainesville Police I I '
i the off-campus program of the CUBA-RADAR: The Soviets Lester Hicks, Wienke Baby Girl, Department and Alachua Coun-
Florida Institute For Continu have removed from Cuba a sophisticated Warren N. Rolfe Herbert
ty Sheriff's in the last 24 hours
If! ing University Studies (FICUS). new radar system Brown Dorothy Rountree and were: SUBURBIA COMING

I Rights Policy How does modern math differ .that probably would have in-'son, Annis Stewart and daughter 14 iV INTIIEATRI1

from the traditional approach? creased the effectiveness of Fi Timothy Pope Ora Wynn, Myrle P. Gay 731 NE 12th I\. TWOf',*' WEDNESDAY!

"Only about 20 cent of !del Castro's antiaircraft missiles Blanche DeSha, Marita Cald- Ave., at SE First St. and First!. y ,.... ---,!
PITTSBURGH (AP) The housing, and public accommodations. per .
:; =_ :: : :
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Ave. at 9:35
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Methodist Church, after spirited the; content in the new programis U.S. sources said Monday well, Barbara Anderson and : p.m. yesterday. -

has different" says Foley. "The 'night. son, Kenneth Hilliard, Cora Bell Charles Herman
debate, adopted a sweeping -Elimination of racial Wagner 1040 '
segre rest is basically the same but Graham Albrico Simone, I' The Subject Matter of this Picture )
civil NE Fourth St. and Jean N. s
to
rights designed ,
policy on
de facto
gation, including segre- the: approach by the teacher in The radar system, which George Beals, Myrtle Clifton will tale you to that POINT that .: :
1807 NW 10th St. in
Methodists to abolish Bartley, '
persuade
in all and methodist
gation, public sources said had not been seen is MIDWAY between L/fEand P ATtJ
the classroom is different. Suzanna Chisholm, N e I s i e the 1300 block of N. Main
racial segregation in their schools. else but in Cuba I'1 L tr a
The approach has shifted anywhere was Franklin. ," v t
St. at 6:44 yesterday. ..
churches and in communities in p.m. .
The term "civil disobedience"was reported withdrawn two or .. -. : s: ,
li from the boring mechanical op M.-, i. -, '
general. omitted from a substitute erations of manipulating numbers three months ago.PERIPATETIC Emily McDonnell Anderson, P. )o.A ..... .., .. :,:'. >. T $
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ALACHUA GENERAL "'!I! ,1
Delegates to a worldwide paragraph before the report to teaching for understanding : More than HOSPITAL 528 NW 35th Ter., and Ernest I' .(" _J .

( General Conference of the Methodist 'came to a vote before about 900 he added. 3 George Crone, 631 NW 36th Ter., B \ ':;J ;
the
S 2,000'years ago in Athens, May in the 3900 block W. Un Iv. : y; ;
"There is .
delegates.The more emphasis on ,
Church ,approved the pol I. philosopher Aristotle lectured BIRTHSMr. l p .
icy by a show of hands Monday original version would the 'why' in the relationship ol' his pupils on morals, art and and Mrs. Clifford C. Ave. at 5:16 p.m. yesterday.Nell ;,- \ I'K '

night. have condoned civil disobedience numbers and principles of op politics while walking I n his Morris, 1916 NW 2nd St., a girl. P. Barker 3138 NW NinthSt. I ",', 't ,, :

i The policy is embodied in a in "rare instances where erations rather than relying garden thus founding the peripatetic ADMITTED ., and Glen W. Barley, 225 : (

' ;, report by the Committee on legal recourse is unavailable." only on memorization.teacher doesn't do all I school. Arvin A. Okus Virginia T. SW Third Ave., at S. Main :y ., ... /fl ., .'
I Christian Social Concerns. It is The substitute paragraph readin "The Alison, Lillian B. Bonnewitz, and Fourth Ave. at 12:25: p.m. '," ,. ': -
the talking in the new method I Now President Johnson comes Ruth Ann J. yesterday. :: 4 '
now church ,policy but is not part: students Morris Myrtle : .e'::
church law. "In some instances,where ]legal but leads the so they' along to found the peripateticpress Sherrer, Lucille A. Raborn, Earl H. Gillyard I 1760NE .: ,\"
will discover for themselves. I -
is unavailable conference leading White Margaret F. Hill, Stephen Nal- /
This means that the policy recourse or This is done 23rd Blvd. and Charles L. Man- "'
{ cannot be enforced by such inadequate for redress of grievances the structure of by mathematics emphasizing House newsmen through his garden bach, Mrs. Goldie Mills Wil ion, Rt. 4, at NE 27th Ave., and

measures as expulsion or censure from laws or their appli the traditional while discussing politics, liam Loften, Mrs. GertrudeP. 19th Dr. at 11:58 a.m. yesterday t ?
cation that, on their face, are something sys, poverty, golf, family and dogs.A Crowder, Judith A. Krieger l .
tem did not emphasize. Walter B. Parrish Lorenzo C. "'_..... .f
Some of the highlights of the unjust or immoral, the Christian < }
Other than that some new seven-lap conference Mon .
2 ;
Maulden, all of Gainesville ; 9' ..
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will God rather
conscience
i policy are: obey terminology has been introduced left some of the score of l Mrs. The 4:;
-Pastors and church officialsare than man." day Myrtle L. Thomas, High PeabodyCase I only people who will not bt : 4. ,
Foley said. reporters perspiring and a bit Elizabeth Till STERILIZED with FEAR those Jgt, ((1IJ'
to their churches to Th echairman of the commission Springs; Mary art '1
open children advancemore
I persons of all races. which drafted the report, Because if understand winded but Johnson in full man; Ocala; Marian E. Carryl DelayedST. among you who tit already-DEAD! ': 1\.
rapidly :
t they ;
stride.
-Methodist bodies organizations Harold A. Bosley of New York Madison; Eddy L. Scott, Trenton IJ
rather than the .
memorize new AUGUSTINE Fla. (AP- ,
The costars of the show were ; Pattie Sue Jones Trenton; L'
and individual Methodistsare told the conference that
City, method will accelerate learn. Trespass cases against Mrs.
to use their influence to secure substitute portion was not a ing. Much of the instruction at Him and around Her whose the yelps world were last Malcolm Peabody, 72-year-old ..-.o.w..r-w.. .;..t.; ,J ,

I fair employment practices weaker version. '. the elementary level involves reported when the President lifted mother of the governor of Mas Also -'THE SCAVENGERS"and
I and non-segregated services in "We do not intend to give a principles of arithmetic form- week sachusetts, and 284 other i

: the corporations in which they single inch in endorsing the erly introduced at the high the two beagles by their ears. i.t'' sons arrested during racial demonstrations peri "THE DEVIL'S PARTNER"

\ hold investments. principle of civil disobedience." school and college level. The two dogs were being ,ii w? ((r here have been post-

-Equal rights should be provided The adoption of the policy One teacher told of one of walked on a chain and Johnson poned.

for voting, law enforcement came as the conference enteredits her seventh grade pupils who called them over. No wander The defendants were sched

education employment second week in Pittsburgh. took some algebra problems Him rolled over to have his Louis Seafare shrimp uled to appear in St. Johns

The conference, which meets home to solve. His first grade belly scratched. Johnson obliged tastes so good-they County Court today. Chief Judge

d t every four years, Is the supreme brother looked at the problems,. then lifted both dogs by the ears cook it just like Elbert Tuttle of the U.S. 5th PORKY PINE :

,1 Atty. Gem policy-making body In the and recognizing some of the again while the cameramen they do their chicken! Circuit Court of Appeals ordered

,? :hurch. equations, exclaimed, "Oh, took pictures. Someone noted Call them: FR 2-6311 prosecution postponed until that

Foes we've"already had that in our that Him had not yelped and 309 North West 13th Si court hears an appeal. is the PESSIMIST of the
Swap room. the President replied with a The defendants appealed the
This kind of enthusiasm stems ill 14 refusal
grin: of U.S. Dist. Judge Bryan
In from letting superior pupils "He doesn't yelp unless an AP 1 G
!' Final Blows People Simpson of Jacksonville to
i stretch their learning powers photographer gets too close to take jurisdiction in the case. The

k\ by new material and approaches .un." circuit court will hear the appealat P 0 G 0
I j By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The NewsBy Foley said. New Orleans .
Wednesday.THURSDAY
I Atty. Gen. James Kynes of The modern approach sharpens U.S.-HUNGARY: The United clan

Tallahassee and challenger Earl up the precision of vocabulary States and Hungary have ; :.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Faircloth of Miami today waited by placing emphasis on agreed to start quiet negotia I :
for the Florida voters to decide MANILA (AP-Foreign Sec I the exact use of words he said. tions aimed at improving rela But 'neath
Richard A. Butler
between them for the cabinet retary arrived "For example, when they say tions, authoritative sources re i I

job of attorney general.The days of in Manila talks with today Philippine for two,. their and think attention'two and is focused three is on five'an ported Monday.STATE I It t I that rough,

closed their leaders and said he is here to
two men campaigns 1 CONNECTICUT ''I
Monday with blasts at try and enlarge the area of! important ,,mathematical' fact Ta the Probate OF Cwirt tor fM District sad sack '
namely that 2 and 3' is another ef Hrtfrd: II exterior -
in Southeast Asia. ,
each other. peace In Re Coretha D.v1s Ind Sandra sful .
rume for 5. Evette Davis both of Hartford in sod Selling
Kynes, who had been campaigning "Use of the singular verb district.The subscriber minor: hereby makes return i; beats '
in Jacksonville re contributes to understandingthis that pursuant to an order ef said Court 1:30 P.M. MAY 7 ,

turned to Tallahassee for today's ROME (AP-Stefan Cardinal concept," Foley explained.In made setting on a time the and 27th place day for of April hearing 164.on MARION COUNTY ESTATE !; of
heart
meeting of the state Cab Wyszynski of Poland arrived in the modern program as the application of Lin* Mae Thomas. a
Rome to Braying for reasons therein set forth for "LA CRESCENTA" 3.18 ACRES
today attend
inet. Faircloth, a Dade County meeitngsof pupils learn to add, ,subtract the removal of Jessie Davis as one of '
the Preparatory Commissionfor the guardians of the person of said FABULOUS HOME BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS
state representative, waited for multiply and divide they express minors, he caused a copy of said order ADDITIONAL ACREAGE TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS 24 karat
the third session of the Roman in "Sun and Alachua
the vote count at home. what they learn in the to County be published News- a newspaper hawing a Located tn the outstanding horse farm area en blgtoiay' 200 .. ..
Catholic Ecumenical Coun of number sentences. This circulation In GelnesvMle. Florida or before (Ocala to Tampa thoroughfare 5 miles south of Ocala city '
Kynes said the real issue was cil. form the Sin day of May '". limits, Horn consists of 3 bedrooms, i bathrooms large living gold..
helps focus relationship among (3311) SS room with Woodbumlng fireplace. formal dining room. 2 sun
"my soundly conservative ap porches 4 car garage. equipped kitchen and pantry.
numbers. resident servants Income units.
full faculties tor employed guests
proach" and the "liberal philos said. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
"For example, Foley IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. TUESDAY 1:30 P.M., MAY 12
ophy of my Miami opponent. MADRID (AP) Princess "when, the child writes that :3 FLORIDA y '

He again accused Faircloth of Irene of the Netherlands and plus .4 equals 7 and 7 minus 4 IN RE: E.tl'of RAYMOND B. DENNIS", SHARI MOTEL StartingMay
Prince Carlos Hugo of Bourbon- 3 he is helped to under Deceased 425 Ft. U.S. Hwy. 27A FRONTAGE : ,
and the equals
seeking getting
actively CREDITORS
NOTICE TO 'A WAY fc.rwe WILLISTON & BRONSONin
'
"support of the left-wtng bloc Parma a pretender to the stand that subtraction 'undoes AH creditors of the Estate of RAY.. LEVY COUNTY
the state." Spanish throne, left Madrid addition" MOND B. DENNIS", deceased are hereby 10 UNITS-OWNERS APARTMENT COFFEE SHOP
throughout
groups notified and required to file any
Monday on a honeymoon trip to New terms like "associative claims or demands which they may AIR-CONDITIONED-ELECTRIC HEAT COMPLETLY 10I
Faircloth, who has said the the Canary Islands. "distributive hive against said estate In the office FURNISHED.
principle
principle
of the County Jvdre hi Alachua tae ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED .
criticism was unwarranted, at ," and. "commutative prin ty. Florida hi the court house atGainesville. ,
within eight calendar .
Florida
tacked Kynes' campaign as "po ciple" helps tie things together, months from the date of first publication s L'1'Oi ,.,

litical doubletalk." He said that LONDON (AP) Sir Ben and unify topics, said Foley. demand of must' this be Notice.in writing Each and claim must or

Kynes had based his campaignon Smith, food minister in Brit "As you build you can see: state office the address place of of the residence claimant and and must post National Realty&Auctiorj Company3CO
racial lines in some sectionsof ain's Labor government in 1945 the structure of numbers," he be sworn ta by the claimant his agent N MilK -OftLAXDO FLAGArdtn -4 o71RonHm ttms\1 r e Sun
the taste and ,instead of taking and an organizer of the ,Transport said. "You can not only see or according his attorney to law.or It wilt become' void : 4 j,3i DArTONA CLmtc

the lead in helping solve and General Workers Un- where you are going, but whereyou April FLORA ltd, A.D.R. 144 DENNIS. .

racial problems was proclaiming ion, died, today at his home in have been." Executrix of the, Estate of Raymond

: the problems. Devon He was 85. It sounded like fun. (3253) 4: 14 B., 21.Dennis tit I: Deceased I


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: I JUST HE SAID I HAVE ITS CAUSED BVNIBBUN0. C curt CAJtr tw.usr serer
I $ '. {If. -. 'f' TALKED WITH BtASEROPHAbIA! ON. ERASERS MUMPS/ UKE OTHEK KlD5?
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What's your problem For a sen- DOCTOR. >* J i

xx On the Birds eral reply, write to Abby, Box 3365. ;7;: tai iy

Beverly Hills Calif.. 90212, and

include a self-addressed stamped en- <

4f velope. Abby answers all mail. tJ"lJ:
I Abigail Van B urea Q.c 5'-G" HM -i_ -J *T
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I VDREWCKAPOO JCT/cJUlCElS CHTHEVS WELCOME IT Gar PLEN'N CJ IRON AN IT GOTIM
I DEAR ABBY: "Knows My Birds" doesn't know much. Having given him one barrel about who laid the eggs, you LEAKw'Dol4TN'a1FFAl; rn4' 1'0 rtPANSi!' TTSGOOD 1T-&I 'CHOCK-FULLCr }i ENERGY..1-ME.
The male of the species is handsomely bedecked with colorful should have let him have the other barrel and asked him if LOCAL O4ILUJM IS LAPP1KI' FQ'1J.(U'L NIPPERS f." a ANVILS! AN'HOSS-SHOES.!!'/;> TOSS I IN *

plumage in order to 1 lure the female during the mating he had ever seen a pair of ring-necked pheasants, or wood ITUP/.' '. ; z AW MULE'S FT GOT BOIN BOrN AN'/!-A A X r '(VPANTHER'S %-VOLT BATTBWl!!

season. The female is drab and plain so she'll not attract cocks, or Kentucky cardinals, or ruby-throated hummingbirds, KXHSr)
1 too much attention, thereby diverting her from her maternal or indigo buntings. The males are marvelously ,colorful. The > -
responsibilities. It is just the opposite with the human animal, females are not. Nature colored the females protectively, to
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however. The female does the strutting, preening, chasing, help perpetuate the species. Of course, male and female 41 : :
and ultimately the capturing. Although Nature originally doves, chickadees, bluejays and many others are similarly z d/1*
made her plain and drab, she soon learned the tricks of pad- marked. But I can't think of no bird hereabouts among which = s

ding, girdling, painting and trapping like no other animalon the female is more attractive than the male. < tCaYsj2 a+
earth. But,no attempt of trickery could alter' the ,biological BILL THE BIRD MAN Y s .ta..
laws. And the female must continue to endure the pregnancies r-

I and bear the young. Ho ho ho! DEAR ABBY: No, no, no! You are wrong, wrong, wrong! jIIIIII,! ,'

I MALE the female is brownish with only slight tinges of red. The rea- ..... r f R ... .
The peacock is the gorgeous one. The peahen fades in with ----;; ------------ ----- -

I DEAR ABBY: Whoever signed himself "KNOWS MY the female is brownish with only slight tinges of red. The rea- .TWENTY FIVE YORE STAVIN RIGHT HEREL! '
BIRDS" certainly does not. We had an adorable little bluish the female is brownish with only slight tinges of .red, while SILAS IS PAY1N'ME\ MEASLY I'LL GO TEiL THATPENNYPINCHIN'OL'

green parakeet named DICKIE. He talked a blue streak. Apparently son: The male must divert attention of a predator away from TWENTY-FIVE CENTS CENTS?!U'
nobody told DICKIE that only male parakeets could the nest, so the female can stay on the eggs, unnoticed. iIIIiI4Ec TO SWEEP OUT TIGHTWAD A THING 9

talk because when DICKIE was two years old, "he" laid an Now as for the female being more vocal: That is the prevailing ,..... TH' GENERALSTORE .OR TWO I! '
egg. I thank you. manifestation of all females. N TONIGHT. j
AMAZED Really, Abby, you write a wonderful column, and when you
I a a a wish, you can make strong men quail (hah)!), but you deserve -
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DEAR ABBY: Several weeks ago, a birdwatcher said in 60 lashes with an ostrich plume. It won't hurt, but 1HIEF
effect that the females were prettier than the males, you'll be tickled to death. Jr

but that they were useless. And you let him get away with itTUESDAY "EGGS-PERT" IN LOUISVILLE J l
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riL BE SERVING YOUR WEDDING THE WEDDING WILL HAVE ro'J
II DISHESr.. TIANK YOU, I THOUGHT THEY BREAKFAST OH THESE !E POSTPONED....! f
New Unrk mimes "Course not. I mean, why "Ian Fleming." coming from some freethinkeror 1 JU5T LOADS, MJ&VRtHJ? MIGHT PROVE 10' ;
WASHINGTON "Look whatthey've should I worry about it? I "Yeah, suppose you found professor. That way you admire = --.THEY'RE 5IMPLY FE A RATHER
infiltrated now." mean, I'm loyal and all that out that instead of being writ- the message more than if! ADORABLE! *Sal PRACTICAL 6IFT S ti

"What who's i n f i 1 trated Why should I"worry if they wantto ten by Ian Fleming, James you got it right from L.B.J. on Eco '-- DEEDEE 4
now?" listen in? Bond was written by a bunchof the television." 1
"What the government's in- "You ever read?" government workers trying 'a
filtrated now." "Read a book?" to make you hate the Communists "Say, that government of 1G
"What?" "A book, yeah." ?" ours is pretty clever. They

"The bookshops. "Sure, I read a book now and make you pay double to have >.c ,. ,
"Oh." then. James Bond. Norman "You mean bureaucrats? Bu- yourself brainwashed. A gov- :=:
Books reaucrats write James Bond?" ernment that sneaky can't be a
"You ever feel they're listening -! Mailer. like that" <
soft touch for Khrushchev."
to you?" "Well suppose you found out "Yeah. How'd you feel about i-4 w

"You mean the government?" James Bond wasn't written by that?" "Yeah, but I mean, man, it's

"Yeah. I mean, you ever the man who's supposed to write You're Bureaucratscan't spooky. It's not only like they're Tiwe *
crazy. bw
wSi M/77 THza YOU KNOW THE AYEDIIGkS, WHEN 711E PANIC BUT AIRCRAFT in WHICH MZ .
pick up the phone and think, him at all what's his name? write James Bond man. listening to you all the time on vR BczDFRMINNIETt P1ALICT-60 TELL\-5111 War STARTS watt.CARRY VO WS 1 YEEZ AND I FLEW IN HAS BEEN
this line could be tapped'?" '-: Anyhow, I hate the Communists the wiretappers, and watchingyour a fgoMMmiS RbD THE tOJDIES TO << A&OOTMHteer / MRS.YEEa INTOTHE SKIP THfS I R EPAI D...THE OWNERS WEZSBLEE51M'
the 5 r U.5.TACTICAL OUTPOST... / OYEZ AND iftr SONNY JMlfiLETHSNOOFOK.10UR.CHV&1 I NOT1FJED13 COME AND RY IT
speed
on
already. You hear that, Mr. radar and AR: COMMAND 5EE THa' 'or BOX / CUT J we. ARE COINS: TO DO
Hoover? I hated the Communists peeping in your bankbook with fQRG 5 ARE 7 THE PICKUP JOB I SERVICE
1' ACT AP BtAnRCUMST the tax checking machine, but 0 Movu i IN 0 y WITH A MJLEJ
before I
ever heard of THE PbAIN-
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now they're conditioning to
James Bond.? you
L ORT CO think like they want you to." f w m

ACROSS RICE PRY GUN "I just said suppose. Look, the +1 1Ur t
31.Squander +rt
1.Querulous I L E. PEA D I M S "Nothing wrong with that,
here
calling 32.Wa1laba. paper says that the 1
33.Water D 1 OAT A I h U man.
6.Rapture chestnut Z A n Y AID L 0f U.S.I.A. is secretly bankroll- i "Nothing wrong with that?" .
11.Merges ing books that i 3f. I'r
promote
13.Fertile 35.Footed vase37.MUlflsli JADE P I T M A R govern "Of course not. It's for your I r
desert pot U T E JAM J A Ii ment policy. Then they slip the own good. Look: You think i
14.Stored 38.Sheep h i I A M C U R I E books into the bookstores, and they're listening to you all the :
fodder 41.More C O ti T R I B U T 1 0 M you gO.in and buy them, think- time, right? Well, with this book f.
15.Plagiarized 43.underhanded O 1N U s c E E A n T ing they're written by some idea you don't have to worry:
16.FIlthy place Glossy bookish guy or other, and you about that any more. They -
j 17.Name paint SOLUTION OF YESTERDAYS PUZZLE read them and
get a
you big the certified
45.City inIndochlna pump message into BUT THS EASE
@.
meaning .
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watchful S.Henr-de-Iis: Dissociate dose of government line with- you with the books, and when YzA11 FOQ BEETLE .........
19.Yale Sorceresses Heraldic 9.Non- out knowing you're getting it, they tap you, you're thinking LOOKS LIKE 15 STILL.
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Mennonites 47.Obliterate48. 4.Gr.letter metallic see? just like them. I TV55 EASE '
.Used mean all right, WITH/ US Sa e!
Inpdota
22.Trifle 5. chemical
Military 5WARgN
so it's a little expensive, but it's OR-n4 F
24.Reprodua unit element "What's this U.S.I.A.? Is that ,
tive cell DOWN 6.Cattle 10.Compass like the C.I.A.? worth it knowing you've got a Q t5 rXiNG 'S
2 7.Plunger 1.Pet feline genus point "I don't know. All I'm saying government certified mind. DOWN r e s#
Geological 2.Standard 7.Far ad" 12.Betel act is suppose." q ..

period quantity vanced 18.var.Serpent "8 u p po S oe the government Not Baffled t 5 0 0 cY'
pumped me full of official line
I Z I 7 a 10 20.live ./
21.5panlsh without my knowing? ..
JAMESTOWN, N. D. (AP-
II it 13 23.Finish "Yeah. How'd you feel about
24.The deep that?" Student pranksters snuck into
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'4- a t5 25.Admired "All right, now. Just wait a the chapel at Jamestown Col-
26.Wind Instrument lege one night and reversed =
1T 11' 19 minute. Answer me one ques- one of the
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tion: Who's buying the book?
28.
20 L t2 Watering "You're the book." pews. College officials, wise to -
ZS place buying MEANWHILE,.
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the of their Yt7Uq 6ETTElt NAVETHS
30.Cycle "You meant the government'susing ways charges, didn'teven fI4tJ THIS 15 7UGGE PMXEI PONCE PICK UP KJ.FAXWN6TDNFE55B /.. br
24 tS TL tl blink the next 15 THE
t8 day. They PRO5ECUTOR INrz
34.Astounds .
: = my money to get this book ? TO A. MURPK HE
held church services from the COMMITTED
36.New:Cr. FIVE YEARS AGO. YES
written and then I've to
2 9 3 st 31 got go
38.Manb.tortoIse rear of the chapeL IT WA5 THE WREN CASE:
to the book store and use my
gems
5t J5 /W39.Stripe own money to buy this book !
: 40.Lohengrin's that's been written, with my
JS = 3t J1 P4 3 d if bride money?" Earth's own clock, the speedof
41.Rider Hag, I its revolutions, varies slightly. SQ
Ai 2 q 4t "How do you feel about that? -
Meadow gard novelerr "I think I ought to get the The earth sometimes: s
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4 barley book free, straight from the, up, then slows down, though the
.; I 41 U."Holiest -. government. differences are infinitesimal.From IL
h : "But .the government doesn't 1680 to 1800 the earth : : 6.5 "

"Par tImf 30 mm. U New.le.f"", 5/5 want, you to know the messageis I clock "lost" 27-lOOths of a sec- 1
coming from them, see? So I ond. From 1800 to 1900 it "gain- _
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I 126th day of 1964. There are 240 ; ; ; ::; ': : same Dex-A-Diet formula. only New 98 cents.name Ca-, 372-1551. Classified OnlyDEADLINES

days left In the year. 1 nova's Drug Store, 37 N. Main
St. COUNTY AGENTSFOR .

Today's highlight in history: .v IN GAINESVILLE. ITS ALACHUA COUNTY
==

Oflthisdateinl925the ODI'S 114 Central PHARMACY Plaza needed to foUow up tre. I
Tues. tiN Frt papers-S PJTU Day before pubfUatton
I. Scopes trial began in HAVE YOU (next to Winn-Dixie) mendous number of
inQuiries -
Dayton. Fir ads *e 90 to $-. paper-12.-0* .... Set
Tenn., with the arrest of biology For I.D.L.prescriptions DRUGSTORE& cosmetics for the famous In- For ads to go In Man. paper-l pjn. Sat.

ternational
hospital plan
teacher John Scopes. The trial, DUE to divorce I have a like new offered by International (Minimum ad 4 tines)
1964 model Zig Zag Automatic
revolving around Darwin's 4yt sewing machine that does ev Life Insurance Co. Theseare FAMILY RATES

Theory of Evolution attracted erything. We would like some- bonafide leads devel-

ANY OF THESE one to take up payments of ".00 'oped through national ad. 1 Insertion ._................-............"._..... 34c fine
1 worldwide attention, with William I per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- vertising. We offer Incentive 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
2051. no

Jennings Bryan appearing I' prizes or gifts to 12 6 Insertions Insertions: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. I7c Uc line line i

I for the state and Clarence Dar- 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care people answering our ad. Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earnj j

Our plans offer latest features ed x number of Insertions. i
row for the defense.On .

this date THINGS TO SELL? TINY TOT guaranteed available renewables such for as |i

In 1631, the Dutch bought PLAY SCHOOLVisit : life available to all age S Ftve fetter words per line i j

Cape May, N.J., from the In- us and see for yourself. groups benefits payable

dians.In 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7806-_ anywhere, home, office or Same as 2 lines i

PLANNED program await your hospital. etc. We also offer 8 Pt. ordinary type i ii

1821, Napoleon died in exile pre-school youngster at JACK all forms of life, salary. & i
.. 17 as 3 tines j
JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. Pt.Same
on the island of St. Helena.In You Music Drograms. educational group insurance. We pay type 1_
They'll Bring Extra Cash
film-strips. 7:45-5:15, highest I commissionswith
1868 Gen. John A. Mon.-FrL;
Logan I
,
_1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900.. an advance contract. | O 4 lines

Issued a call to all members of Child Care In my home. Fenced 10% first year renewals I O Pt.ordinary type

Uie Grand Army of the Republicto yard Reasonable rates. Good (paid monthly) This is

decorate the graves of their references. Phone 3723713. the best deal for making Same '
24 Pt as 5 line 02
KIDDIE money in the industry. No
KORTChild 85
ordinary type
dead
on May 30. This was the .e
Rugs '. previous experience necessary 85

start of Decoration Day, now care center FR 2-6667 as we give you complete
INFANT care in home. 1 to I I
my )
known as Memorial Day in honor Guns months. Reasonable. Call 376-1536. training. Aptitudetest The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
(not I.. Q.) will be Incorrect Insertion. nor will it be liable for any error In adver-.
of the dead of all our wars. fn A'tttQ given. Phone Marvin tisemel\t II) a '..*.ter'ent than ** cost of the seC1l OCcupied -

In 1942 the Tools by the Item In the aMrttsement. Nil adJustment
rationing of sugar Employment Kiesz, Jacksonville 398. be made on errors that do not effect win i
materially the
began in the United States. 9819 for evaluation inter- the adYe ilerneftt. value of

V Boats : Everybody will stop to admire view.
In 1943 Allied armies
;
this afghan unique In design, 11 U
FEMALE
HELP WANTED The Gahlesvllle
SUit
launched their all-out offensive I Tents texture use of color. 17 Work Wanted Male lectlng any advertisement reserves which the It rlvflere deems If obfectlonal revIsing
thane the and to
in Tunisia. i One square knitted on 2 needles BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS < claulfiClt10n If any advertisement from that IrC -

.4 In 1945 Nazi Grand forms a beautiful design In popular Earn to $5 COMPLETE REMODELING conform to
Admiral Books up per hour demonstrating lob H
raised-leaf motif.
lOt t Pattern 523: famous Studio Girt carpentry and block laying. : := =
KariDoenitsadmittedGer. knitting directions for a 9VMn.square. Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Call 462-9660 Alachua. Fla. .
.
...- -
; _Phone 376- Plants 'U"'UU'1IIIIIIIIIIIIII1iWIIIIlIIIIIII
l I many's fight against the Allies CARPENTER WORK wanted Also

had become hopeless. Thirty-five cents In coins for "SARAH COVENTRY" capable. of supervising any type 34 Waterfront PropertyLAKE 35 Houses for Sale
this pattern add 15 cents for UNDER new management. of construction. Call Newberry
I Ten Para Pianos each pattern for Ist-class mailing Ings for Open- 472-2496. .
l years ago guyJ and special handling. Send to fashion directors. Part Place for sale, cell FR 24416 -
: an army forces revolted and de Laura Wheeler, Gainesville Sun time or full time. For appoint- after 5 p.m. -BY THE OWNER In Idylewilde J
ment. call 18 Schools &
Stoves 3727049. InstructionsMEN BR. CCB home tile bath, fern.
: : Needlecraft Dept. P. O. Box 161.
COWPEN lIy
t osedPres1dentFrederlco Old Chelsea Station New York HELP turn your spare time into LAKE-nlcely furnished 5-M fpjvuC'" 372-8001 after
4 Chaves. 11. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN money. No soliciting or deliver- AND 2 b.r. A/C home. Exceptional: _
Radios WOMEN WANTED frontage. 8800. Terms.
NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESSand ing. Adjust your own working TO NO DOWN
TRAIN PAYMENT
FOR 3 BR..2
Five years ago A new ZONE. hrs. For appointment call. bath. Central
heat,
CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS LAKE SUSAN-like new masonry central air

f school integration crisis arose \ Skates BARGAIN! Big, new 1964 372.7049PART home; elegantly furnished; a cancl.376-927.Northwtst. J19.000. Call

Needlecraft Catalog 200 time sales girls 30 hours dream come true at IH.500.00.
over
in Little Rock, Ark., when three '. week. Apply 1108 N. Main We prepare Men and Women. ASK About these and lake lots.
designs only 25 cents A must If St. Ages 18-55. No BARGAIN! Only $300 Down No
moderate members of the six Trunks you knit, crochet quilt sew, em- BE A FASHION Grammar experience school education necessary ARCH Phone CAMPBELL 375707 ANYTIME., REALTOR Qualifying 3 BR 2 Bath Central -
braider. Send 25 cents. heat and
usually sufficient. central air conditioning
member school board walked : I SHOW DIRECTORNO Jobs. No layoffs. Short Permanent hours. FOR SALE air-conditioned. built In kitchen. Lot 100

t out in a dispute with the three : Jewelry S :. PLETE SPECIAL QUILT VALUE PATTERNS IS COM In delivering or collecting car High e.PIIi Advancement. Send heat completely furnished gas 2 x Needs 100. trees some and roses In yard.
necessary. Connie Robbins FR painting. $101.33mo.
address
phone bedroom house
on Cowpen lake
members.IN deluxe new Quilt Book. For beginners 6-1968 after with homestead
segregationist
: 6:30 p.m. number and time home. Write 22 miles East of Gainesville. exemption.
Bicycles experts. Send 50 Cents Marcel Co. Box m..., c/o Gaines- Price $8,800, $2,500 down, balance 1904 NW 38th Dr. Phone 2- 545
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, now! LPN 2 or 3 Shifts Per Week. vllle Sun.Real monthly. Apply box 40SA days. 6-9048 nights.

IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY TV Sets Gainesville Nursing Center Gainesville Sun.- DISCOVER and buy now this
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Estate Exam new home under construction.
IN RE: EXPERIENCED grocery cashier. COURSE ON THE GULF Covered court entrance. 3 BR,
ESTATE OF JAMES W. DAY Apply Hubbard Circle Grocery. 2 bath,
Deceased. ClothingCameras 16th Ave. and Milihopper Rd. ATTEND HOWELL'S First BUSINESS!lesson free. Cedar Key Shores place. air paneled conditioned.family All rm.of. fire the

NOTICE FINAL OP FILING PETITION FOR DREAM JOB COLLEGE. 318 W. Univ.COLLEGE Ave & Other Properties quality and personal work of

DISCHARGE OF Phone 376-1480 from 10:00 A.M. FR. 6-3507 372-37k David AndrewsCedar a Lloyd Myrlck home. Again of-
ADMINISTRATORNotice
fered in
Wimberly Estates
off
to 5:00 P.M. Monday, Wednesday -
Is hereby given that I have MEN WOMEN AGE 18-5J NW 39th Ave. Phone 372-S63.
filed my final returns as Administra Antiques and Friday no other time WANTED IMMEDIATELY Key. 3841
tor of the Estate of Jam&s W. Day, pleese. TO TRAIN FOR 4 Bedroom 3 full baths In Libby
FOR SALE lot Lake Ann, Heights. This
on East home
Deceased; that I have filed my petition CASHIER wanted. Good salary, CIVIL SERVICE has over 2.
of Hawthorne. Restricted 300 ft. of
: sq.
area. living space air
for distribution and for final discharge Furniture apply In person Wonderhouse offering
Call
376-2428 for Information. conditioned,
and that on May 15th, 1964, I Restaurant. 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind good PlY security For Infer- many other dishwasher and
will apply to the Honorable H. H. Searl.WANTED nation local Interview write DESIRABLE lake property 160 plenty of living extras. If you need
McDonald County Judge of Alachua Livestock American Service Box 411-M feet on lake with shell house. area check this
experienced Legal Sec c-o one. Will consider trade. For information
County. Florida. Contact
for approval of Mid Gainesville Sun. Mrs. McCall. 750 Mickler
retary to begin work on or be- call THE JAMES CO.
final returns and for Rd.. Jacksonville Fla. 32211.
order
an of dis
tribution and far final discharge DiamondsFish fore June 1. Salary commensurate MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for OF GAINESVILLE, INC. Builders !: -
as Administrator with experience and abili- LOT on Cooper Lake. Price tns of Kingsbury Homes. Phone
With the Will CIVIL
the Estate Annexed of ty. Fringe benefits. Blue Cross SERVICE Terms. $20 down, $19 monthly. _372-2527 nights 4727401.
of
James W. DIY, Deceased & Blue Shield. For interview con- Examinations. For Informationsend Phone FR 6-0848. _
April 9th. 1 fU Poles tact E. A. Clayton or James E. name, address & Phone No. 3 Bedrooms, IV* bath. built In kitchen .
/S/'paul A. Johnson Clayton. Ph. 372-9591. Key Training Service. 112 W. 35 Houses for Safe on a well shaded lot. Mm.
Paul A. Johnson. as Administrator You Adams St., Jacksonville. imum down payment. FHA. low
with the Will Annexed of the Used Cars CLAIMS secretary wanted age monthly' payments. This horre
Estate of James W. Day. Deceased. 18 to 35. Neat, good typist able 22 has strip hardwood floors. For
Special Services
/S/ E. A. Clayton to meet the public 5 day week. FOR SALE by owner modern 3 Information call THE JAMES
.
B. A. Clayton. as Attorney for Paul A. Auto Tires Call 372-0597. 8 to 5 p.m. bedroom house In Carol Estates. CO. OF GAINESVILLE, INC
Johnson Administrator MUSIC LESSONS piano and or- Furnished or unfurnished. Assume Builders of Kingsbury Homes.
STENOGRAPHERSHigh gan. Will take beginning and 61 loan or refinance. Best Phone 372-2527, Nights 372-7401.
(3252) 4:14. 21. 21 5 $
; :
AquariumsRow School Graduate with abilityto advance students. Enloy work Offer. Call 376-8414.
LEGAL NOTICE type well end take dictation. ing with talented young beginners. FHA House for sale NE sectionat NW ScCTiCN: for sale or rent 3
The Board of Public Instruction of Excellent salary. 5 day week. Teaching studio located conven- appraisal value of 10000. end 4 bedroom 2 bath, CCB

Alachua County. Florida will receive Boats Excellent benefits. Daily Inter. iently on Univ. Ave. Call Nancy $300 down payment low monthly home. City water. lights andsewers.
Shown
bids for the following: Audio Visual Can views S to 4 p.m. McArthur FR 2-5132 after t payments. 3 BR 1 bath carport Phone FR 2-3626.by appointment.

Equipment. Bus Garage Supplies. Electric SPERRYELECTRONIC p.m. large storage. Call after _
Spit duplicator. furniture handbook Golf Clubs TUBE ':00 FM. FR 64774. 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On
and report card printing, (anltorial, 28 Livestock & Supplies Acre lots. Go out NW 16h Avenue .
equipment, lawn mower. locks and panic DIVISIONSPERRY MORE FOR THE MONEY. this 3 to 43rd St. Intersection turn

j bolts. lunchroom equipment, milk. office TypewritersMotorcycles RAND WANT TO KNOW HOW to Ig. BR 2 bath' panelled LR, right. go approximately 1 mile,
proper
p machines pianos. sailing (sailing) .....; ; CORP.GAINESVILLE ly finish your hogs for market? fireplace. attached garage, HW see sign on left.
canoes, serving utensils and televisions ->- FLORIDA Then come in and let us explain floors. Well. Lg. fenced cornerlot. T. D. ZETROUER BUILDER
end stands.** how Near Stephen Foster. $14- PR 6 384
-
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY you can do this fob with
Sealed bids will be opened at the SchoolBoard CPA Cooperative Mills 40 500. $450 d.p. FR 28851. _
EMPLOYMENTAVON per
Meeting May 14. 1764 at 3:00 p.m. 11 cent Pork Maker. Our special CAROL ESTATES, :3 AIR CONDITIONEDIF
BR 1 bath. you like space for entertaining
Persons of "Call Interested for Bids"may, and obtain further a Into copy. i Used Trucks'Refrigerators Buy Women who want CALLING to be successfulend during Gainesville the month or Alachua.of April.Phone FMX utility room on large lot across this I Is the house for you. Lg.
from Metcalfe Elem. School end
living area opening onto redwood
matlon on these Items from E. D. : earn good money in their FR 2.1095 or 461.7105. close to shopping center. VA -
9 enclosed patio. Near Llt-
Manning. Jr.. Superintendent of spare time. Money back guarantee $500
mortgage. equity $83 tlewoOd
and Westwood
schools.
Public Instruction. 1817 East University makes Avon Cosmetics very 30 PETS & SUPPLIES monthly. Available immediately.. 3 BR. 3 baths central heat.
Avenue, Gainesville, Florida._ much In demand and easy to
1236 NE 19th Place. Phone 3766438. dishwasher .
disposal built In
(3315) 5:5 sell. For interview call. Mrs.
Baby Buggies FREE .
Burns FR 2-0421. kittens, 8 weeks old. Call stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal -
In the Court .l the FR 6-4339, price.
at
Ceunty Judge, or See 2331 N.E. $22.000 only $1500
BY OWNER :3 BR, 1 bath
Alachua County, Florida In Pro bat.. 10th St. carport down. 922 NW 36th Terr. FR 6-
,
Electric .Motors fenced back Assume
12 Male Help Wonted yard.
In ret Estate ef 4945.
AKC registered miniature Dachshund FHA loan. Equity best offer _
WILLIE .
$ JOHNSON 6 weeks old male black 1745 NE 21st Place. Ph FR 6- WESTWOOO LITTLEWOOD

T. All Deceased.Creditors and Persons Farm MachineryStore Hire ARCHITECT or senior draftsman, with brown markings $75. 1029 2961. Walking distance to schools.' 3
Having permanent position, salary open. N.E. 31st Ave. 3722166. B R, 2 baths hone In Skyline
I Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Box 790. Lake City. Fla. 3 BR CCB house comer lot fenc- Heights. Study hardwood floors.
You and each of you are hereby notIfied Black Labrador puppies. best of ed back yard. 4 yr. equity. 2215 built-in range I Cent.
and required to present any claims Equipment WANTED route man for established blood lines. Fine to hunt or at NE 15th Terr. FR 2-5538 after heat. Shaded beck yard.oven. Call
and demands which you either of dry cleaning rgute. O. F. home. AKC reg. 372-5763 after 4:00 p.m. :376-0862.
you may have against tr- estate ef i Stock 6 $. Main St. 6, end all day Sat a. Sun. _
Infant's $60 per month good credit will require -
WILLIE S. JOHNSON deceased. late of Clothing SHEET metal man who knows IDYLWILD. owner leaving town
MINIATURE Poodle stud no down payment. t BR
said County to the County Judge of roof .. gutter work. Apply 7:00 service. anxious to sell at loss, 3 BR. 2
frame home,
Alachua County. Florida. at his office In 31 c h a mpions In blood line. Cyprus paneling. bath, Fla. Rm.. extra nice, $1500
A.M. 2314 NE 19th Dr.
Machines Phone FR 2-1857. 1704 NE 1st Ave. Immediate
the court house of said County at Gainesville. Sewing oc- down. 4012 SW 19th St. Call
Florida. within six calendar months ROOFERS, experienced with built. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good cupancy. FR 2.4495.NW. FR 2-9026.
from the time of the first publication of Sell up apply 7:00 A.M. 2314 NE for watch, stock and pets. FR SECTION _
this notice. Each claim or demand shall I Office Equipment 19th Drive. 2-0033. 3 Br. masonry house, perquet FOR .SALE BY OWNER. NW section -
be In :3 bedroom. 2tile baths
writing. and shall state the place MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREIn floors Fia. room and screened
of residence and post office address of HAPPY HEALTHY, American porch. 2-car carport, large utility built-in appliances, double car.
the Insurance business. Must
the claimant and shall be sworn to by Movie Equipment be Shepherd puppies male l female room and work shop. Lovely pOrt. paved street connected to
between the ages of 25 to 50
7 sewer. Small down
weeks payment.
the claimant his agent. or Ms attorney registered. Call yard with pines. azaleas dog.
to qualify. Guaranteed starting
and any such claim or demand not 10 FR 4-3470. wood. Back fence. $15,500 In- Days phone 372-3826. After 6
salary. Call FR 2-7167, or FR
Furniture P.M. 376-4774.
filed
shall be void. Nursery _
2-2153 for Interview. cludes range rtfrij., end A.C.
SELIG I. OOLDINAs 33 LOTS FOR SALE Call FR 22763.LOOKING. FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR.
administrator of the Estate! WANTEDCOLORED home located In Westmoreland
First of Willie S. Johnson, deceased Building Materials LOTS Estate On city sewers, paved

(3316)publication May 5. 1964 or ONLY. TURPENTINE LOTS 1 Bl. from campus near St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. 10. family
5:5. 12. 19. 26NOTICE DIPPERS CHIPPERS AND SEE this 3 bedroom 2 bath Flor-
Outboard Motors Univ. P. O. Large lots overlooking ida room. central heat home on Rm. 8. living Rm., dining area.
OF SALE PULLERS. GOOD WAGES. PAY Lake Wauberg. Magnificent lot schools. Central heat built-in kitchen In-
large corner near
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN OFF EACH WEEK. CONTACTMR. view. eluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
You are hereby notified that the following Sports KENNETH STRICKLAND. MARY MOELLER 906 N.E. 20th Ave. walk to schools close to

motor vehicle: 1U. Chevrolet Equipment TELEPHONE 376-8083 AFTER 6 BUDGET HOME 3 bedroom, U of F & medical center FHA
1019 West Univ. FR 1-4471
else 4
dr Ser. No. B59A190069 will I be P.M. large screen porch fireplace, $22,700. Down payment $1,700.
sold at public sale at 10:00 A.M. o'clock Vacuum Cleaners BY OWNER $350 down payments like rent. Immediate occupancy. Drive by
: on the 11th day of May, 19*<, ,It 1321 13-Help Male or FemaleExp. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof 1033 N.W. 22nd Ave. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler
r North Main Street. Gainesville. Florida. Brothers 372-9545 37e9C4nioht.
N.W. 22nd Street. 110 X155'. daily
The proceeds of the sale will be applied Fishing Equipment RentCLASSIFIED Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x- SMALL FAMILY nearly new 2 .
to the
Storing payment and sale of of the said cost motor of retaking. I secretaries, salary' open 180 with view and privileges' bedroom home in nice area. BY OWNER. attractive 4 BR,2
vehicle Cashier-host, attractive of Clear Lake. 376-5109.
Reasonable terms. Call for complete
and the cost of publication of notice of bath, lovely yard planted In
Machines White $25 wk.
lab and then to the satisfaction of the Washing housekeeper information. pines & azaleas. Air cond.. cent.
balance due under the contract with John Bookkeeper Waitress salary open& tnrn. 34 Waterfront Property heat. dbl. Uti!. rm. & swim club
Exp. salary c
David Henry. 807 South 19th Street. Dade Exp. mechanics membership. Walking distance
City. Florida. Polly Ann Henry, 807 Heating Equipment Store trainee, hi schl. grad. 1VINFRED( H. CRAWFORD ALACHUA to Metcalfe & Howard Bishop.
South 19th 2832 NE 11th Ter. Ph. FR e2349.If .
Street Dade City. Florida Off. trainee. hi schl. grad. Reg. Broker, tpecel'izlng In
covering the financing of said motor Musical Instruments Tree surgeon, foreman, $2 hr. LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE* REALTYAssociates no answer, FR 25547.ia ._
h Vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to Auto salesman. Exp AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose, R. 2 bath. concrete block home
you and you will remain liable for any Short order grill man OR 5911.BEAUTIFUL. near Llttlewood. Terms to suit

balance contract. remaining unpaid under said Camping Equipment Insurance trainee, $100 wk. lot on the Suwannee Arle Smith. Realtor buyer. Owners moving out of

Dated this 22nd day of Apr 19". Route salesman Levy Co. River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- Mabel Gore, Associate State. Call 372-3793 671 N.W. a5thS'
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
ASSOCIATES 6160. 635 N.E. lit St. 31&-2<<8 ,
DISCOUNT CORPORATION 120 SE 1st Ave. ___
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's Phone 3765234PLACEMENT
BYi H. L. Jamerson
Gainesville. Florida SERVICE IN THE

(33175:5 Playthings Office.Technical Professional FUN

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE College Graduates

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND Electrical Appliances For appt. call 372-6377
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M.
IN CHANCERY NO. Monday through Friday

GUS SEIDEU Plaintiff Dogs Cats Parakeets ....1 PERSONNEL CENTER

vs- 102 NW 2nd Avenue

WILLIAM EDWARD HERON a*'a POSITIONS available with the
Medical College of Georgia Eugene
WILLIAM E. HERON and BETTY I K.
HERON his wife. Talmadge Memorial Hospital
Defendants.SwT ,- for registered Physical SUN
TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE Therapists or recent eligible
NOTICE OF SUIT graduates. Forty hour week NORTHCENTRAl FLORIDA
TO: WILLIAM EDWARD HERON aka Nothing will sell it faster liberal vacation and sick policy

WILLIAM C. HERON and BETTY holidays. hospitalization and life
Insurance, end retirement pro-
K. HERON. his wife
BOATS & MOTORS
gram. Beginning salary for recent -
You. WILLIAM EDWARD HERON' BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
graduates $4600 per annum
a-k-a WILLIAM B. HERON and BETTY
all others based on education
K. HERON. his wife
are hereby WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76thHUNTER 24" GRILLS
experience and certification.
notified that Complaint to Foreclosecertain
a
Fishigg IT Plywood fishing" boats.
the Write: R. A. Lackman. Jr.. Fiberglass HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
mortgages on following described
Boat Introduced by FRANK .$4?ja
$10.99
Director of Personnel, Medical
to wit
Lot Eleven property(11) of SUNSET ACRES than the ., ..,, College of Georgia, Augusta, PHILPOTT? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
< EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX
** '- 725 N. Main 372-3537
Georgia.
:U
a Subdivision! according to the plat CHARGE

thereof recorded In Plat Book "1Us., Dial The Heart Of 'East Gelnesvtlte-
Page 5 of the Public Records of 14-Sales Help Wanted FRANK PHILPOTTS Cheek with Charlie
: chua County. Florida. Ust Classifications to choose
of
fas been filed against you and you PART TIME sales route. Average SPORT CENTER FR M791.
I are required to serve a copy of your $2.10 per hour if qualified. Openings Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from
answer or pleading! to said Complaint in Alachua. Archer Hawthorne Fishing Boats.
on the Plaintiffs attorney. William Trt- GAINESVILLE SUN &.Lake Butler. Phone 372- ALACHUA COUNTY'S
ckel. Jr.. of Whitfleid Wright & Leon- 7117. -Where Quality Sells Itsetf"* ONLY DEALER Skiing Swlmm -DJvInt.

hardt. 707-714 Metcalf Building. Orlando 376-4672 JOHNSONSEA
Florida. and file the original answer or 20 N.W. 14th Ave. Fishing Equipment.
pleading In the office of the Clerk of FORMERLY Kathryn's Ceramic FR 2-5011 or FR e-6893 HORSE MOTORS
Studo under new AND SERVICE Items.
now manage- SALES Safety
the Circuit Court on or before the 20th
day of May. 144. If you fall to do so. Mon. Thru FrL 5-6 pp. SIlL 9-4 Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
I lodgement by default will be taken ment.Opening May 5 Boats. Ski supplies.. Sailing rigs.BAIRD.S Golfing Equipment.

9 against you for the relict demanded In MARINE Tennis Equipment.
the Complaint as 60 S. MA'N ST.
This Notice shall be published once WANT ADS JER-RICS CERAMICS Baseball Equipment. J

each week for four (4) consecutive ,- ':" Instructions Greenware .
weeks In the Gainesville Sun, a newspaper <.J Finished Pieces by Request SWIMMING POOLS Where' to Fish. .
Ads
of general circulation In Alachua S 903 NW 6fh St. Open 9 to S Sun Want
County, Florida. Monday thru Friday.
Done and Ordered at Gainesville FlorVria : Announcements BE CAREFREE Plus many many more. .
this 6th day of April. 1964. -- -

J.Clerk B. of CARMICHAEL the Circuit Court of the : FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Get Results Enjoy a clean and: healthy pool.

Eighth Judicial Circuit. Alachua -. -< '> Master Pool service Inc. ADVERTUE IN THE
County Florida. CALL 3 LOST & FOUND Supplies 1 Monthly cleaning

(COURT SEAL '. :: service. SERVICE DIRECTORY

BYi EMILY WATERHOUSB. LOST LIGHT blue and white pe For top quality- workmanshipcall PR 2-S343 6-000 2-3171

William Deputy Clerk <, .' akeet. Reward. Call FR 2-5633.
Trlckel Jr.
:. 372-6142
WILLIAM TRICKEL. JR. LOST 2 female' AKC reg. German

.f WHITFIELD, WRIGHT I. LEON- Shepherds generous reward.. GAINESVILLE MR. MERCHANT To ad in the
: place
HARDT : k. 376-4672: :"- ; Phone FR 4-3630 or 6-C217. UPHOLSTERY your

707-714 Metcalf Building '- LOST brownish black bulldog; ISO* N.W. IJtS St.
.
Orlando: Florida -- :.:,,1 ., with white spots In NW 43rd see Free Estimates-Pick up m* Fun in the Sun section PHONE 3728441if
Attorneys
for Plaintiff > ; : : : '
C 2U) 4:14 *U Mi,ti-S ."_ '-" : tion fit 2-2207.Sunday f< rrUy. pet. Phone delivery.


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I 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts.


I I I NEW HOMES McCOY'S :

I $14.775 UP ON YOUR LOT. Open 3 BEDROOM 2 bath central heat. HOUSES for sale. 2118 NE 12th FORDYCEACREAGE 2 BR house trailer 55x10', Call
House Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Designed 511.500 total cost. Call FR 2-6936 Terr. 3 BR. 2 bath. large corner 376-3459 for information. Macoma Homes
& engineered by U. S. lot. $500 cash equity. Take over ,

Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 NEW BRICK payments of $91 monthly. Fur 1 Bedroom, living room, kitchen. WALTER Inc.For r
10- ft. 3 BR. 2 bath. air cond. niture also available. Call 372- Modem. $75 per month. 212 SE 'I

brick veneer, 2 car garage. 1801 MODELSOPEN 6456. 7th sn Call -Me-Kinney Green. Sale, very attractive 3 f
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes Small Ranch Inc. FR 2-3617. STUBBS, bedroom, 1-bath home. 461: i

Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- 10 3.m. Til Dark FLORIDA PARK 3 BR, with 100 plus Acres 9 miles from City. E. University Ave. walkinr! :
6690. paneled Den which may be usedas 2 Bedrooms. living room. screened INC. distance to Lake Forest j
$275 an acre. Modem House. II
: Do You Have A Room, Apartment FEATURES : 4th BR, Living room; Din- fenced and cross-fenced water porch partially furnished. 155 I Schools. Price 12500. $500 a
HOUSE WITH PERSONALITY for ing room; Florida room; 2 full utilities per month. 110 SW 4th Ave. down and $79.50 per month. I '
building. planted pine
sale by owner. Lg 3 BR, 2 bath Fireplaces tiled Baths; Kitchen with built- Call T Call Gerald .
Me-Kinney Green. Inc.. FR or V. Q. McCoy
; Or House to Rent?. home has Fla. Rm. living Rm Custom Screened kitchen porches cabinets ins; Carport; Utility Room and windbreaks. Truly a buy. 23617. i 1321 1 N.W. 16th AVE. Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
inside patio garden extra Ig. Storage Area Paved Patio
; ; at 6-5015. Office corner N. MainFINER
porch built-in kit., many extra Oversized bathroomsPlus Hardwood floors; Central heat TWO 10 acre parcels one 1 bedroom kitchen. $45 per PHONE 3765394"We and 23rd Blvd.
.. features plus Ig. lot. Desirable many other custom and air-conditioning; Walking distance $225 and one at $330 an acre. month. .It NW 2nd Avenue. I

terms. Durant Estate 561 N.W. I features of Finley and Gainesville Call Mc-Kmney Green. Inc. FR
REMEMBER rental COSTS 58th St. No sign up. Call FR High Schools. Owned free and 80 ACRES for $165 an acre. High 23617.
vacancy 2-0754. VA & FHA and rolling and a perfect sight Trade Houses"EXCLUSIVE
clear; arrange own financing -
your for the dream home. Only Smiles MALE companion wanted to
1911 N. W. 11th Road. FR HOMESby
'lou MORE than' the ad that will rentit McKINNEY TERMSWalking 2105X from Medical School. share apartment. FR 2- .

_3748 evenings.TWO CAPITAL BUILDERS

GREEN distance to elementary & MOTHER'S JOYlMothers FORDYCEASSOCIATES bedroom furnished apt. offered thru
!
Jr. High Schools. Shopping & INC near Univ. & Alachua General DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES. .

DEATONREALTORS Churches. Day will be completeif 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955 Gainesville NW AREA INC.NOTHING '
Hugh Edwards. Inc you move her into this BRAND or write R. T. Stroud P. O. I
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 2.4 ACRES-$1600 Box
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU I 372-1551 NEW 3 BR, 2 bath home at LOS TRANCOS WOODS 365. St. Augustine. From your first look at this DOWN VA 'j

JUST IDEALYou 3669 N.W. 16th Ave. Half acre Public utilities. paved road frontage SPACIOUS 2 BR furnished house beautiful Ocala block split level
I Only $100 Closing
I lot. Air conditioned. Elec. Kit. school bus service. Drive close in and accessible to all home on its full acre hillsidelot
EVERY DAY until it is rented : must see this attractive home Redfranks Family room. Spacious through West on Newberry Rd., turn parts of city. 3721185. 403 SE you can be certain that MINIMUM DOWN FHA ,
that is ideally located In the Northeast out. $23,500. Terms will
please
right on SR 241 watch; for signon I 2nd St. here is class all the way.
that we have lust listed before you.2.Mother's. right. Terms if desired. 3000 sq. ft. of living area plus N.W. 6th St.
you buy. 3 Bedroom Living & RealestateCHARACTER worries are over. Just 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur-
screened & roofed
and Florida let the children in this Ralph FOSSEY Realtor nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr., $60 terrace and I & 37th Place
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Dining room .room play 11 .W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 double ca.port. 3-4 bedrooms,
Built-in and Cedar fenced half per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930
Range oven acre yard. Spacious NEW
TWO
3 baths, ONE &
Florida Since 1906" 34x13 family room,
lined closets Attic fan Refrig- 4 BR, 2Vj baths. Elec. Kit. "Selling __ask for Mr. Haynes.
-Not lust another kitchen,
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day I erator and washing machine > house! Large vsunken living Many extras. See at 4147 N.W. ACREAGE FURNISHED Apartment for rent Chambers fully built-ins.equipped separate with I FLOOR PLANS -
I Fenced rear yard Garage Space 36th St. Owner will sacrifice for W of Gainesville with
room with fireplace. 20 acres paved rd. living Rm., bedroom, tile dining room and living room
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day galore 1460 sq. ft. Can be FHA large dining area. modern quick sale. platted. bath, air-cond. 1. 2 bedroomApt. which are adlacent to terrace 3BR.&ZBATHS .
i; financed. Call FR 2-3617. built in kitchen with 3-So conveniently located at 607 MARY MOELLER FR 29569. provide an area large enoughfor ,
NW 19th Ave. 3 BR 2 baths.
stainless steel sink 3 SALESMAN ON PREMISESORCALLFR22511
$55 $1.83 Designed for real family enjoy- 1019 West Univ. FR 6-4471 FreshlV painted apartment. $45 the most aspiring hostess. I
per mo . per day QUALITYTop large bedrooms. 2 baths. With 600 sq. ft. recreationroom
month. Sea 15 S.W. 3rd Ave.
.
ment. Large LR with fireplace. I
I Central heat & AIRCON- for days and teenage FOR
N. W. location. 4 B. R.. 3 bath Family room. Elec. Kit. Cent. After 6. rainy
DITIONING for summer 43 Colored Property
$60 mo . $2.00 day fun there Is room for all. WALTER STODDARD.
per per : home located on 140 x 550 lot. The months ahead. All this and heat a real buy at $17,500. Extra 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & Many. many other features including
living room dining room, & Florida more situated on % acre lot available if desired. clean. For married couples on EMMETT HOLLOWAY.
$65 $2.16 day room are extraordinary. Air wooded lot in ofGainesville's 4-Owner says SELL NOW. Just out- ly. Adults no pets. Rent central heating and air CHRISTINE STONE
per mo . per one HOMES FOR SALE rea conditioning. And best of all I
conditioned for year around com side City. Shaded half acre lot. sonable. Call 376-7844
finest Westside
_
2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & only $35.000 with flexible terms.
fort. Cannot be duplicated at the Deep well. Sprinkler system. 3
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day asking price. For complete Information $24.500 residential terms areas.to suit-Only BR. 2 baths. Cent. heat. Family SE 7th Ave. Some small no down down pay. EAST SIDE NW 21st Place at 34th St. I DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES.St. INC.
ment. Some pay. Phone 372-3265 for appointment.ISAv .
call 3723617. room. Carport & utility. Let'stalk JAC.t2SW
FHA or conventional fi men Monthly payment $57 to I E L TORI

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ; nancing. Call 6-0817 over price & terms. $65. Also homes built on your GARDENAPARTMENTS ,.
j CLOSE TOSCHOOLS lot for no down payment.Call .
UNIVERSITYREALTY lim JliIlIlIlllIIIIII
jI I SPLIT LEVEL Enloy living In TOMMY RIDGELL IIWWIJI WlllllllJUlllllllllttg

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day ; this 3 bedroom. 2 bath Builder Phony FR t 415
CCB home. Large living $57 per month up
Norwood :
A comfortable 3 B. R. 2 bath home room nice kitchen plus Gainesville's !
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day with central heat. Monthly charges patio. $14,500 with only $450 44 Cottages for Rent Finest !
1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. Furnished L I
$9S.00 which includes taxes and down. Call 376-0817. or unfurnished
M. Munroe Realtor Lovely 1 and 2 Hope"H"
I interest. Call FR 2.3617.ASSOCIATES bedroom apart
$90 mo. . $3.00 day .
per per Assoc. S. E. McLaughlin Frank Ro- 2 BR trailer with large cabana.No ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376-
CHEAPER THAN RENT Wehave Eis
by. Roy McCann T. C. DouglasJr. pets. 3037 SW. Archer Rd. 9608. Inc. )

$95 per mo . $3.16 per day i J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. or 3 bedrooms several CB, that homes can,be 2 I FR 25631: Very clean nicely furnished 1 bed- : __ _

J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire bought with a minimum NE 4 BR. 2 bath Ig. kitchen. 2 Bedroom furnished cottage, room apartment. Tile bath. $65. 1115 NW 40th Drive We Trade Homes

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Multiple Listing down payment with monthly built-in stove screened por c h, no pets.FR 2-5633. I 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0644 or 'I 3 Br.2Bath
payments LESS THAN dbl. utility. cent. heat air con- FR 29569. Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. or Property ,

'I J.W.KIRKPATR1CK. RENT. Call 376-0817. ditioner. Near elem.r.. high BEAUTIFUL NEW 1 bedroom We must sacrifice this

SITES schools. swim club member- 45 Furnished Apts. air conditioned. 1716 N.W. 3rd I' --Our inventory is too lffif5ll38lflllflflIffifBn9fflflffmtm!
CHOICE BUILDING -reasonably -
I I ship.i 3721S54.FRED. Ave. $90 a month couple I :
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOURI priced good selection pre- much-We will toke
ferred. Call
after 5 372-6243.
HANDSOME traditional residence; available. Call 376-0817 for de 2 BR trailer. 8 x 45', swimmingpool. p.m. I $850 for our equity. The following are ready for a (

I one of the most beautiful in tails. Call 372-1367 evenings. 1 BR, 1226Va NW 8th St.. S6S per You assume $17,000 occupancy.: f
mo. Call
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Gainesville. Space. design custom Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished FR 23617. McKinney-Green Inc. == Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W.
details and _special quality Myrtle Lassiter. AssociateWm. apartment. Clean and cool. $60 Hurry to take 21st PI. I
throughout for the discrlminat-; E. "Bill" Harris Associate month. Water furnished. Call TWO APTS. One 1 BR apt. One 2 advantageof 4-BR. 2 bath $700 down.

ing buyer.SLIGHTLY 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817 ARNOLD Ronnie Hayward. FR 24761 or BR air conditioned apt. Walk of this. $107 mo.
suburban. Several most Res 3727943. 376-2927. FR 6-6134_ ing dist. to town. Call FR 25514.

attractive three bedroom two MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING $75 MO. 1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI.

bath houses. each well kept with lot large and REALTORBest ONE bedroom private.furnished close in Apt.town completely of Month to month rental or lease to 3 Br.2Bath :J BR, I'/a bath $400 down. iii

35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sal. I family paved street.room. Prices range from FORDYOfREALTOR Waldo.1595 Waldo.Couple only. Call 468- suit. tenant available-1 bedroom at 1204 NW furnishedApt. 23rd Our Loss Your Gain 198 per mo. 5

$15.000. to $20,000. --Our inventory must
Blvd. Ph. FR 6-2472 Wese- 3330 & 3320 i
fOR only VOO down, $91.27 per SUMMER places: On Cowpen Buy 1 Bedroom duplex lights and man Realty1113 N. Main St. be lowered We will
month payments you can qua BY OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom lake. furnished two bedrooms $8- water furnished. Couples only. NW 30th Ave. .
lify'for 4 BR, 2 bath home. 1806 2 bath home. central heat 80000; on Lake Rosa comfort 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home at No children or pets. Call FR 2 BR furnished apt.. living rm. take $850 for our equi 3 BR. 1 bath $550 dn. $795

NW-38th Terr. Will paint inside hardwood floors. 2-car garage. able three bedroom. deluxe economy price of $15,100. "Car 65824.REDWOOD. dining rm., kitchen private ty. You assume $13,600 per mo.
& outside completely. For appt.to Lot 105 x 127. $800 down. $94 per kitchen. extra deep lot. 18. rier" central heaing air condi- bath. Adults anly. Married I (Approx.)
mortgage -
see call 372-0481. month. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call 000: Lake Serena. exceptional tioner unit hardwood floors, apartments. 4401 SW couple or 2 or 3 -sober male 4617 SE 1st Pl.4518&46OSSE2ndPI. I
FR 22727. residence and other buildings Country Estate fenced; yard. Attractive location 13th St. New 1 bedroom Apt. now students. No pets. $100 per I Hurry! We must sell

3 BR" frame house. 1 mile Southof 335 feet lake frontage. near schools and University. available for information call month. Apr. 20 through August. 15 now! .
Waldo on Rt. 24. $6000. Phone ARMY Officer transferred must $25.500.EXCELLENT 5 Bedrooms and 5 acres. This FR 60..27.COMFORTABLE. Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. 3BR,1bath$5O0dn.$63 "
_468-1064 after 6 P.M. sell. 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. room. selection of lovely home has everyting you need in and private trail- Ph. FR 6-7212. 1llllllllllllllllllUlIIIIUIIUll1llllHDtllllllllllllDD! per mo. E
In N. W. Near School. $15.500. in restrictedarea. .space. Just outside of city lim
3.000 SQ. Ft. 4 or 5 bedroom home. I Negotiate equity. FR 2-5041 lots: .Over good an for acre split level house. its. Only $25,000. Terms to be ar Large Homes er. Responsible students or work NICELY furnished apts. for rent. I FOR RENT 205 SE 38th St. I
ing adults. No pets or children. 1-1 BR 2-2 BR
3 months old. Fenced yard. a-c. ranged. Call today. Fordyce & Associates apt. apts. 503
Little-
N.W. location. 2 blks. from WHY PAY RENT? 7500. In Westwood Inc. 376-1236. QUALITY home on beautiful land- Phone FR 29838. NE 4th Ave. It I 124 SE 7th St. Bath $300 dn., $66 per mo. tI
wood area. all improvements. scaped lot on N. W. 3rd Place. ==
..schools. FR 24841__ New homes $9.500. 3 bedroom, tile $...SOO. Small acreage. closein. Spacious bedrooms large living ONE BEDROOM furnished in- NICE large quiet cool, first floor t 5 3BRIBath 303 SE 38th St.
bath $65 month. Located
per on others in allareas. Vine cluding curtains and blinds. All furnished Good residential 1 Year Lease. $100 Mo.
walk-in $9.900: many CoveredCottage room with fireplace dining room apartment. I per
3 BR 2 baths. Ig. LR. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some utilities furnished except elec section. Convenient to 304 & 314 SE 39th St. I
attractive
overlooking terrace.
closets. dishwasher VA Sm.Swim down trade-ins. Call FR 22372. J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor can be yours. $300 down $30,000. tricity. Nice location. $60 month. stores and bus lines. With I n 8IIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIItWHImHfIIIIIBI 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $U
payment mtg. pool
WEST VILLA ESTATES and approximately $50 per month. FR 2-3974 424 I4.E. 6th St. walking distance of square. No per mOo
privileges. 376-1583 after 5.
2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled Member Multiple Listing Fenced yard. delightful floor plan. children or pets. $65 monthly.
FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per
3 BEDROOM CBS home in New- bath. wall-to-wall carpeting central 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 Total price $8,500. Must be seen to I I Cool ComfortOVER mo. Water and lights furn. Call _Phone FR 6-5846. Norwood ellffiInnnuInBmn12mmllnn52nm1R! !
be Call Fordyce &
appreciated.
berry on nicely landscaped acre heating built in kite hen ASSOCIATES I 1900 sq. ft. of atrcondition-- FR 2-1823 or FR 2-3794. LARGE front apt. near bus line
Associates, 3761236.Roman: The following are under construction
lot. Reasonable down payment. Irene BunnellA.
includes dishwasher. Located on Floye Mathiasen ed luxury. Panelled family & stores. Private entrance $85
Terms to suit. $10.000 S. E. large wooded lot with circle W. Reece. Capt.. USN. Ret. room with brick fireplace. Sep- 2 BR. furnished apartment. No Phone 376-5805. ; II and will be ready 5
Realtor. Fla. S.E. 8th St. Phone FR per mo. Hope for occupancy soon.
Sop. Newberry. drive. Orig. cost $20,000. balance Inspiredterrace arate dining room huge two car pets. 311

) BR. Fla. Rm., Carol Estates $17,380. Equity S600. payments LAKE FRONT garage. Refrigerator stove dishwasher 6-8961. MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air
incl. taxes and Ins. $143 accents this lovely home. Included. Northwest lo conditioned Phone A. E. Harp "H" Inc. Ii
neat Metcalte & Howard Bishop. per 1 & 2 BR. 1 blk from campus.
Over 2.600 ft. provides a 3236 NW 29th
Ave.
Pay equity & assume VA loan mo. Phone 3729172.HAZEL sq. gracious cation. $25,400 with terms. air cond. optional $76 $101 per FR 6-5576. I t
-- 4 bedroom home with spaceto 3 BR, 2 bath $700 dn. $96permo.
with sn.'" mo. payments; Phone EstateFor i grow in. Air conditioned and mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. FOR RENT comfortably furnished i We Trade Homes .

376-0539. HEIGHTS centrally heated. Low down pay I I Away From City 3723617. apt. in Melrose rent $35 per
I or Property
SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 Set our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- the discriminating home buy ment. Call Fordyce; & Associates: 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home 4 NICE efficiency, 2 beds. screened mo. plus light bill. Use of 3301 & 3311 I
cash. Total cost only 11427. Inc. 376-1236. front porch. back electri- Frigidaire washing machine. Ap- I
bath homes with open
2 CCB
room. that wants the advantages of years of age on 100" x 130' lot IIIIIIIIJIIIIIIWIIIIIIIJIUIIJ0000MmnWfllll1.llDllll: !
Modern 3 BR, IVi bath home. built-in electric stove and oven. er outside city limits near lake. cally run $65 mo. 865 NW 31st ply Ray Birth Cities Service. NW 30th Ave.
Near schools. Refrig. elec. Central utilities. the country and the conveniences Ave. FR 2-0779. ALL 4 BR 2 bath $650 dn, $91 E
heat. city OUR
furnished HOMES
of the city this is the home for Exclusivelyfor Reasonably priced at $12,250. i 1 and 2 bedroom apartments ARE
range, air cond. and drapes.No Wired for television and tele Custom designed and built Owner will pay costs to refi- 2 BR furnished apt. married couple some air conditioned. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY per mo.
quali: ing. 1432 NE 14th Ter. completely you. the young executive. Architecturally
phone. Large yards Summer rates near Universityand 1 SEEING ANYTIME IF
tor the large wooded lot over only $115 per mo. 1412 NW
Phone 376-4068. Is In designed 3 bedroom 2 = 3224 NW 30th AYe.
grassed.: Hazel Heights looking the water you will love I 8th St. Call FR 2-6209 after 5 Medical Center. 916 S. W. YOU WILL JUST CALL.
BEST BUY in buying qualities and the city limits. Equipped with the foyer the spacious living bath home. Air conditioned wall nance.ARNOLD p.m. 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR626U. 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 3 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn. "'
I
sewer lines. close to bus stoP. to wall carpeting. a beautiful kit- .
home planning for the dollar. room with fireplace. roomy kit I 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 per mo.NO .
low oown payment. conventional chen and family room. A truly deluxe EFFICIENCY apartment private E
NW section beyond city limits. chen refrigerator -
Young executive preferred area. loans. Located on North including dish washer range and deep home. Call Fordyce K Associates bath and entrance. Very clean. TmlHmmnEnmE1IlnnllwmlgmfflllllmfSEE! ____ _.__ _!__ IIMIIIIUIlllllllllllllIUIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIII11111111111____.__._ ._ ____ ___ _____ !!__
west 39th Ave. West of 13th Inc. Multiple Listing Member Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. ,
3 bedroom 2 bath spaci o us St. Shown by appointment.phone freezer separate dining room 4 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN .
throughout. Entrance hall separate FR 23826. lovely bedrooms. 2Vi baths anda 3761236.DUPLEX Associates Peter 50 x 10 2 bedroom mobile homeon !
:
dining room. dishwasher. 12x45 front screened porch. Sieg shady lot. air conditioned JR.
Jane Caldwell F. W. .
Worth your time to see in The 2098 sq. ft. of living area Hodge use of swimming pool. $75 per ,
39th COMINGTVILLAGE High Income return with this Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman Homes Lots, Income Business -
Estates Off NW
Wimberly is centrally heated and air conditioned mo. Call 376-4961.
Ave. Phone 3725689. by 3 A-C units. An add- wonderful bargain. Good Mortgage Charlie Mayo Jimmy Greene and Lake Property.
low taxes. Call today. For- Farms and Acreage.
the
feature is BARGAIN
ed
University
.i N.W. Section. 3 Br.. 2 baths large I Associates. Inc. 376-1236. I ,
dyce EYES RIGHT! E. C. "CUHLY" KUEHN Jr.
carport and utility. Paved street tested 19 man bomb shelter. Located 4 Rm. house 2 blks. from Spring
lust outside the city limits Hill High Outside complete. inside 638 N. MAIN ST.
condition
excellent
curbing.rear Terrace well landscaped. this is an exceptional .buy. partially complete. Lot 50x- I See real dream living in Shadow FR 6-2032 Broker FR 84544

Reasonable 3725756 CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS FORDYCEAssociates 100. $2.200 cash. Call Keystone I Lawn Estates. Models Open.

GREEN Heights 473-4135. I F. D. Oliver. Bldr. Gainesville's most exciting new homes
OWNER must sacrifice; ; 3 bedroom ,
FOR SALE 2 BR house Ig. utili- I Ph. FR 2-0866
2 bath. large Fla. room LLAGE If you are looking for a fine IN- Inc.Real ty rm., carport screened in I West e. NW 39th Ave past Court
and living room built in kit COME PROPERTY call us to intersec WATCH FOR now on display at Highland
the Glen
Estate Exchangors breezeway. $300 down and assume I Springs
chen 1705 ft. liv.
carport sq. see this 3 bedroom home withan IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
ing area convenient to schools. attached 2 bedroom apt. Both Multiple Listing Realtors payments $62.50 a month. tion. See sign en left. Manor.

1321'N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR 2- GREEN completely furnished and only Grace 5. Fordyce, Broker Call 376-0091 or 372-6502. _____
Dudley Goulden. Associate Cooperative to
-2633._ : $13.300. Apt. is rented for $7000 MUST SELL lovely 4 bedroom __ _J apartments
Harvey. Benton Associate be built in Gainesville. For
FOR SALE in Citra. Fla. Two 2 VILLAGE per month.REDUCED 926 W. ""iv. 376-1236 home built less than 2 yrs. ago. LITTLEWOOD AREA. 4 BR. information call FR 62921or
BR homes nice and clean. Cash Not in a development area. Features bath 2050 sq. ft. living area II I
price $2500 for each. Wired 'and Beautiful lot in : galore inside and out. A central heat built-in kit. 1 blk write: ELEVEN '

sheet rocked. Call Mrs. James L. GREEN Black Acres near UniversityGolf i ParrishPresents luxury home for a discriminating from Westwood Jr. High 2 P. O. Box 13956

Bowdoin in Newberry. 4722258. Course now only $3.200. family. Flexible terms. Turn blks. from Littlewood elem. Gainesville. Ffo.' .
left off Newberry Rd. onto 57th school. Ideal for Ig. family. or

LOVELY Spacious HOME 10 room WITH home.INCOME LR. VILLAGE JOHN MERRILL St. 529 NW 58th Sf amily and elderly persons. University Park I

Priced for immed. sale. $24,500

with R. formal fireplace.dining Ig. Rm.panelled 3 baths.Fla. REALTORMULTIPLE 37 Real Estate ExchangedSELL 3449 N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. Apts. completely new models ranging from

up to 6 BR. new wall to wallcarpeting GREEN "
8. central heat. Income LISTING IMMEDIATE occupancy can be or trade for farm land in $14,500 to $18,200, all with VA and
PHONE 3721494ASSOCIATES had this pleasant 3 bedroom I Alachua County. 3 Bedroom -
from 2 units in garage on spacious
makes your payments. Possible VILLAGE : masonry home on nice I' house. Quiet neighborhood.Close FHA approved plans.

additional Income from house. MARCELLA PARDIW. Florida Park lot. within walking to University. FR 2-0992. The Correct
H. BUCKHANNANCONVENTIONAL .
distance of Gainesville High andJ.
Priced to sell. 1015 S.W. 5th Ave.
Call FR 6-4031. GREEN I J. Finley Elementary Schools. 38 Real Estate Wanted
Address For

GLADYS SMITH M ANGlEWOOD. Almost new 4 bedroom
VILLAGE I attractive 0 home. with central WANT TO BUY HOMESl

THREE Bedrooms. two baths In heating and fully aircondi- Young
2 or 3 bedroom home with
tioned. This of the new
Idylwild at 3806 SW. 18th St. was one
17400. Call 3725393. GREEN homes in the 1962 Parade of family room and 2 baths. Kitchen j'
New listing. Lg. corner lot. S.W. Homes Show. Let ,us tell you must be equipped. Central ExecutivesPine ;

FOUR bedrooms two baths In 3 BR.. 2 bath. CB. dbl. garage. more about this one. heat preferred.! Must be priced
P.K. Yonge area. 1246 S.W. 9th VILLAGE Fla. room. central heat. 2.000 right with reasonable down pay with three and four bedrooms, several
ft. living area S22.00000. Immediate PALM VIEW Estates. An attrac. ment. Write to Box 365-A.
Call 3725393. sq.
Road. $20.000.
GREEN occupancy. Call Mary tive 4 bedroom masonry home. Gainesville Sun. \ Forest with spacious family rooms, Reserve _

bedrooms. two baths close Moeller. Built-in kitchen units. living and
THREE
to University. 7 SW 26th dining room drapes TV antenna 39 Out of Town Property yours now.Nothing .

Street. $17,900. Call 372-S39X VI LLAGE SPACE & BEAUTYA heating.. central Reasonable air conditioning financing.and F Brick & Block ,

FOUR bedrooms. two baths off lovely 3 Br. 2 bath home N E. HOUSE FOR sale in Keystone Construction i Down V.A. ($.1 00 closing) j
near schools. Ig. screened porch, MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom Heights Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. 1
16th Avenue at 1501 N.W. 37th GREEN
Terrace. $21,000. Call 3725391 low down paymt. $109.00 mo. 2 bath home. Central heating acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat G.E. Kitchens
inc. Escrow. Call Mary Moeller. and air conditioning. Love- $18,000. will sell for $14.990
ly fenced rear yard makes ideal Call 376-1168 Gainesville after 5 Air Conditioning
BLACK Acres 14 SW. 32nd Street, VILLAGE HIGHLAND
play area for ,children. Convenient p.m. I
extra large three bedroom. two SUBURBAN
to schools.RANCHETTE
bath. home. $31,500. Call 3725393. I STARKE: 11 room 3 bath homeon (optional )
GREEN CB 3 Br.. 3 acres of land. good large lot in choice neighbor
SEVEN bedrooms and six bathsin financing $12.600. Call Mary homesltes too.' Approximately Located hood. Close to bank church. Sidewalks
each.

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West Hills. $65,000. Call Moeller. Newberry acres Road. Just post office schools & market. COURT MANORModel
VILLAGE on Terrazzo Floors
3725393. I $500 down. 5 years on balance. Ideal for home & office apts.

INVESTMENT nursing home. beauty shop. etc. ________ !
21JS N W. 3rd $22,000 or trade for Gainesville S All City
FINLEY Area. UNDER $10000 New 3 bedroom i
Place. Four bedrooms. two GREEN Income prop. near U.F. campus homes built under FHA specifications property. Write. Box 277. Starke home located on NE 31st Ave.
sale lease land suitable ConveniencesWoodoH
for
or Fl.
baths. $37,000. Call 3725393. and available to qualified -
for small shops. Owner will buildto I Drive north Main
with FHA financing. I on turn right at NE
buyers ;
Forest 3905 S.W. VILLAGE suit tenant. Investigate. Call 40 Business Properties _ Lots ,,
A BUY in Holly No closing costs and no city -
Mary Moeller. I 23rd Blvd. continue NE 12th St. and
2nd Avenue. Three bedrooms taxes. to
two baths. $19,500. Call 372.5393. GREEN I I pxtra Bin Clots
WESTSIDE new residential subdivision FOR SALE BY OWNER i- I turn left. Follow directional signs.

16TH Avenue Extension. Three MARY opening soon. Acre lots Hwy. land on US 301 No. & So. \ Screened Porches

acres and three bedroom two VILLAGE I streets now being paved. May of Starke 343 ft. cor. next & I
bath home with separate guest we tell you more about this re j I south of Stuckey's. 536 ft. across VA or FHA Is
house. 30000. Call 372-5391 stricted residential area outside road. Ben Suslow P. O. Box

GLADYS SMITH GREEN MOELLER city 1003. Starke. I 1\

Realtor Multiple ListingAssociates FOR RENT-$100 per month. 2Ox-j : PINE FORPS1Bv
: Ben Griffin limits.M.M. 50' & freshly painted
Anna Hinson. Florence Bums. VILLAGE REALTOR Wk. from Court House. 111
Main' St. FR M312 I
C.rollne Noyes. Bv Quality Minded

122S W. University Avenoe 372-5393 1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-4471 I I 1
GREEN ParrishAND 42 Farms & Acreage I HUGH EDWARDS. Inc. jJ
EXCELLENT BUY STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom _
Owner leaving town. must sacrifice. CCB home. Partly furnished. including FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE Soles office located at NE 23rd j"

3 BR. 2 bath kitchen built-ins. VILLAGE appl. and washing mach. ASSOCIATES. INC. RURAL PROPERTIES 372-1551

family room. central heat & air 10 minutes from Univ.. few MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING I I )
Bird and 11th Phone 372-3471
Terr.
conditioning. located outside blocks to grade school. Ig lot. H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham .! ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. :
cit limits. For further Information GREEN $9.500. 4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 2- Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish I I I U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. .
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48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 Household Goods 73 MusIcal Merchandise 77 Mobil Homes for Sale ..

I I CLASSIFICATION INDEX t I 85 Automobiles for Sale 87 Automobiles Wonter ..

2 BEDROOM unfurnished house NUBIAN desk and coffee table of ORGAN SALEOf TWO bedroom nouse trailer $900.
for rent $60 per month. Call black oak S15 and S30." Under. one bedroom house trailer $750. Wanted 1950 thru 1954 VOLKSWAGEN j
FR 34936.3Bedroonls.. wood portable typewriter $20. Christmas Left overs. An j Can be rented. -Phone 374-8234 '62 T-BIRD and Chevrolets. 914 S.E.Fords'
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Call FR 24126.'T.AG new organs. Savings up o.to 30 i Monday to Friday to S. J-tone blue with blue Interior, full St. Al Herndon Service Station.4th
.
1 IB Menertan 1 bath screened per cent. Earl's Piano power Including windows
t Carl et Thanks el Wanted U BIT porch. electric range. $100 APPLIANCESTested 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 SPECIAL THIS WEEK I brakes a\ steering, large radio seat.
3 Lett Vm.t at Macfctaei? Tails month. .Call Mc-Klnney Green. and Guaranteed 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre 4 heater factory air conditionIng DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
4 P.n.a&lla.d Services U BalUtnr Materials Inc. FR 23617. 42 Refrigerator from S3* up USED Upright Piano $89. Used lot. $10.000. 1 mile S of Paynes almost new set of whit
I Travel lafermalira MBeueboU 9 Ranges from S3* Grand Piano $295. New studio Prairie. For appointments ca II wall tires. bacK
Geeda up seat speaker
;3 BR. 1 bath, scr. porch. elec. Piano 139$. Used Player
S Special XeUeea up $49$. Your credit Is good Piano FR 4-3052. This Is a one owner car and MILLER-
7 FloriataI Ml e. Fir Bale available May $ttt. Call McKin- I Dryers from $49 up us. Gainesville Music with has 27.000 actual miles. Not e POOLE-GABLE :
Baey Bitter. CUM Care $7 Trading Pests ney Green Inc. FR 2-3617. 2 Food-Freezers from 199 up 1025 W. Univ. Ave. 372-5421.Center. IT'S FOOLISHto scratch on tt and Irs |lust like BROWN
Fixes T* G. Lad C* Article Wasted 2 Dishwashers fTorn.4. lip new. $2, SO. Phone owner, :373J441 :
TkJars '1'. leeAUTOMOTIVE a r..i 00 Weeds ;3 BR frame house at 2091 SE 10th 10 TV Sets from S35 up pay pay less.more.GET RECKLESS THE REAL to ext. 26 or 374-2111 after 119 SE First Ave. 1030 E. Univ. Su'.o se'u..zs. .

?. BeaU Marine E ml*. Terr. $55 per mo. Call FR 2-4136. JIM 41* NW VOYLES 8th Ave.Ph.APPLIANCE 372-5303 CO. 76 Airplane) Sales-Rental FACTS. Payments as low as 5:30 p.m. 372-4343 FR 2-3582 -. ..

71 Caaip .Hut- rtafc 3 BR house pool privileges. 241 $57.2 per month with $300 down. BRING out the best In
,. Alrplaae Sales-KeBUb 'l1 Office EqmipmemW NE 12th St. Phone week day MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL & KEL- LAKE GENEVA Superior Auto your car -
MusiCal: Hereaaadlse 442-111 or Sunday 372-1517. VINATORS. New ..utomltlC.wlShers FOR SALE painting & body .
77 Mean Barnes far Bate 1959 Cessna 172. $4750. Mobile Homes Sales work. Fast dependable service I .
1. Track for Bale from S138.W R,. 100 Keystone Pi free
SE Ht pickup.
4 Rm. house $33 per mo. New Refrigerators from S15S.SS. 1959 Cessna 172 $4400. delivery. WRIGHT-
19 Tnuka Wate4M 739 S.W. 2nd New Freezers 1952 Piper. PA-22 Tripacer. $3400 BODY WORKS 2031 NW th St.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Inquire from S13 .*5.
Tracteri Track Rentals FR 6-9707. 64
lit Trailer Rentals Ter. New Icemaker refrl;. from CTT.ts. 1959 Piper PA-22.. Tripacer. $4990 I 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE RAMBLERS :
WE SERVICE 1942 Piper f .28 Cherokee $9900
WHAT WE
U Metereyctea SeeoUnSt U Leta for Sale SELL 1964 ENAUl-T. 2.000 miles.
AitomekUo Repairs X4 Waterfront Property RENTALSWe THE VARIETY STORE 1961 Piper PA-22 Colt $2990 1942 V% ton Ford pick-up, like new 1961 Corvair coupe, auto trans.$1195.
U Aate..I u.s far Bale U Bemaea Per SaleM have some choice houses and 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR CASSEL-IN-THE-AIR For details on the above call $1295. Phone 44S-1179. 1960 Vouxhatt, $350 ms I

M Sway CarsEDUCATIHAL Cotta*ea Far Sale apfs, furnished and unfurnished. .-:uu. 2-6351. INC FR 1962 Ford Gaiaxie .......... 14'5 ARE ROLLINGLOWEST
S7 Real Estate Exckaarei MARY MOELLER FREEZER AND REFRIGERATOR 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 1963 Corvalr Mofl" 4 In floor,

U Real Estate Wanted 101f West Univ. FR M471 >FOR SALE WILL TRADE FOR R 3. H, steal at I4M1763 .

1$ Sek..Ie A batnetleaIS U Oat at Tewa Property ONE NEEDING REPAIR RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn Comet custom, 4-D. H & H. PRICED
Maile. >>....,. .1 UnaIsees PropertIes FREEZERS t REFRIGERATORS the USA. from United Rent- $1495. ;
XO Wanted-batrmttla* 41 ResIdential Ineeme 49 Rooms For Rent GASSED IN HOME S*. BUY Automotive Ails. 625 NW tth Ave. FR 6-2835. Phone 372-3407: or FR 2-0245.
41 Parma 4k Aereate FREEZERS S> REFRIGERATORS 1961 AMERICAN BUILT CAR :
43 Colored Property Rentals NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. 83 Motorcycles Cr Scooters FORD ranch wagon 4 dr..
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sales ATTRACTIVE room with private Auto.V trans., orlg. owner also TOP TRADE-IN BEST TERMS :
17 Werk WaaU Male 19SS DeSoto. at., ,
entrance In quiet modem home. 1952 ALLSTATE Crvisaire$105. ps. pb 4 dr..
If Werk Wanted Female S 66 Misc. For Sale cream puff. See at Smith's
RENTALS Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of 77 Mobile 1 1958 Allstate Cruise Ire $125. Both Sin-
It Sales Help WaaUd Homes for Sale clair. uos NW 13th St.
F student. FR 2-7881 or phone
painted. Call FR 2-3223.
U Help-Male er Female 44 C tUftt rr Real SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT 3164004.FOR T
Wute.Dra.aUt bedroom for rent, 1962 Cushman Eagle. Good .
12 Male Help 43 Finished Apts.4i NICE Quiet S7; per month. Balance $68. shape.no SALE lUll Plymouth good Ridgway Motors ;
Businessman or nice sober stu tag. $400 new. now ?? Phone condition
radio &
Cafaralihe Apia. 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075 heater. $125.
11 Female Help WaaUd. 47 Besets fr Beat Fern. dent.St. FR$35 4-7212.per mo. 414 NE 2nd WYAt F- 3763650. Call 374-1587.

4> flOsses torRent Cifen. BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted 1959 Ford
,
4-door,
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4. Beern f., But ANICELY furnished room, convenient sailfish. 4'2". By Al Pfleguer 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR I. automatic transmission.Fairlane soo. V- 1132 S. Main
2* Farm Eiitpmtat M Betel Beams to town & Univ. Phone Miami Fla. Only $165. The Tac Trailer SalesHome dio, heater good Ra St. FR 2-8433 :

!ftti. A FerUlber (1 MI... Beatala 'FR 4-5981. I SW 10th St. kle Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd. CONDITIONING. Tune up r FR 6-2969. 4031 N.W.condition.36tll 'St.$495.
28 LlrctUck BappUes *1A Wasted Te Bent
of Special. 12.50 for Derformanee
PRIVATE ROOM with bath. 1 BILfrom
2* Laa4ea>taf Tsp Befl U Beardcra' Wanted $35 a month. 1104 STRAWBERRIES Pacemaker Mobile Homes test. All makes and models.
80 Fits SippHes U Office Desk Spaea S.W. 3rd campus Ave. FR 2-om. 25 cents per quart. you pick them. Shasta and Airstream Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air FOR THE CORRECT
11 LIvestock WastedFINANCIAL 11 Buinesa Bentala Hayes Farms. Brooker Fla. Travel Trailers Conditioning Servicing Center. .

NICE room. private entrance and Ocala's First Mobile Home 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2- TIME .
SERVICE bath screened porch on side SINGER electric console. needs Dealer Since 1948 2541. RAMBLER :
M Baslaeia OypertmntUes 23 Special Services $40 month. Also one for $30. minor repair $30. call FR 4- 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. FR2-1411

87 Montr tofXeaaM 23 Berne l.p..eaC.U 165 N. W. 31st Ave. FR 2-0779. 4873. Phone 429-1358 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

Mortgages RadIi A TT Berrlee NICE downstairs rooms close SIMMONS Mattress I box spring. Ocala Fla. Courtesy Of

6> Money Wanted 23 Appliance A }urnltsre In, private entrance. off-street and chest of drawers $40. Call CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVille. University Chevrolet

parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR 3764522. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES. Loaded with everything. $550. TRADE-INS
nn -- -- N.
11I11I HR. Main St.
'1! 22582. N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. al 16th Ave.
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BLUE Lustre not only rids carpets _
furnished In 4820 NW Win St. 441 South
NICELY room priv
45 Furnished Apti. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. ate home. Maid service. ParkIng of ton but leaves pile soft Gainesville 372-5113 CORVAIR Monza. '43, equippedwith --- .
Reasonable rates. and lofty. Rent electric Sham- Hours 8 to I. Sunday 11 to 7 radio heater, white sidewall
space. pooer $1. McDaniell FurnitureCo. Service Is a must with tires. 8,000actual miles. Ford
210 E. Univ. Phone FR 47423.ROOM us.
EFFICIENCY apt., private entrance 2 BR. nice lot fenced, $90 per Gainesville Shopping Center. Assume payments. small equi Are Clean and Better
I. bath. Lights It hot water mo. 1 BR. near campus $75 per with bath & kitchen privi STRAWBERRIES .25 cents a 1962 PACEMAKER. 10 x 45'.ln ty. Will consider older car for 0 Falcon
furnished. Summer student mo Frank Roby at FR 62937or leges. Working lady or graduate quart. You pick them Mon. excellent condition. $3895. Can equity. Call owner at 372t.U1.ext. .
student. 374-4452 after 5 P.M. be financed 33 '8-5 weekdays.Ford Used Cars
preferred. Ph. FR 4-5454 2-4351. Wed. Fri. 468-1770. 3 miles north FR locally. Please call 0 Fairlane
NICELY furnished convenient 102 NW 13th St. Men Women of Waldo on 301. Mrs. E. E. 2-1437 between 3 and 8 p.m. Convertible. 1940 Crest liner.

downtown area. 11$. Also garage REAL house NICE tile 2 bath bedroom& hardwood furnished rooms and apts. near campus. Wasdin. 24 x r one BR. completely furnIshed $395 equity for $200. Balance S T-Bird
apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults day, week month. FR 6-2931 or $1095 financed. Call R. U Black
floors separate living and dinIng REPOSSESSED Singer portable air conditioned trailer 374-4184. 64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon. Automatic :
only no pets. Inquire Lillian'sMusic Rm. No sm. children or FR 4-1082. Zig Zag and attachments. RB. with partly turn. 20 x 11W Ca- Ford .
Store.PRIVATE pets $115 per mo. Ph. FR 4-2823. ROOM and board for girls. Use sews forward and reverse applique bana. Excellent condo FR 2-9886 LINCOLN. 1953. full power. auto. I I Radio Air Conditioned Reclining Seats. Ex
newly painted. closeIn of washing machine. Call FR 6- monogram. fancy stitch-- between 4 & 7:30 ajn. or 4 & trans. Excellent condition. $250 TrucksThe ecutive's Car. .
3 rooms and bath. Hot and HOUSE TRAILER 45 x 10'. 2 br. 6083. es and etc. S4 per mo. Bal $36. 11 P.m. or best offer. Call 372-8441. ext. I
cold water furnished. Off street $85 per mo. Swimming pool. Call 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075. 21 or see at 239-B Flavet III. Unexpected from
parking. Na pets. 15 S.W. 2nd 4-0097 Sundays week days after LARGE clean room close In. DaIly WE BUY
In FordMustang
Place. 5 p.m. maid service. Reasonable. Used Baby bed. like new.. Call PLYMOUTH condition. two 1954 new 4-door.tires. Phone good 63 Ford Fcirlane .500. 4dr., automatic trans-
Phone FR 6-1423. 622 NE 2nd St. FR 6-2027 USED MOBILE HOMES
CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. Top dollar FR 4-8887. mission. radio and heater. . . $1995
to shopping. 60* N.E. Slit St. 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House SINGLE room for rent, near Uni Repossessed ._ paid phone 376-0571. VW 1500. The all new look In
Phone FR 2I3t1..W per month. open. Call FR 4-4230. versity. Males only. Call FR. 6- SINGER SLANT NEEDLE Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES Volkswagen Why buy the old
I 7870. Model 301 like new with all SAVE to $1,500 Beetle when you can have VW 62 Rambler Ambassador, bucket seats automatic
CLEAN and neat
near campus I ROOM 2 bath very clean & NICE large room, private en- attachments. Take over payments BANK FINANCING quality plus room and HP. transmission air
and shopping bedroom
one prefer conditioned solex
nicely furnished home at 107 NE $7.58 monthly $45 full NEW, 10' wide ,
married tenants. Call trance close-in. Ph.. 3744264 or mobile homes Call FR 2-5444 after 3 p.m. On DisplaySHAW
time. any 3rd St $150 per month. Ph. 374- 372-8855. price. Sold for over $200 new. Town &, Country Trailer Sales I weekdays. I gloss, nice . . . . . $2195
0002 or contract H. G. Bellinger Call FR 2-2051. 3840 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-2290.
Ralph FOSSEY Realtor Starke. LARGE clean, cool room access 1960 VW 2 dr. sedan. good condl-
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1357 to shower refrigerator.' Linens THE BEST COSTS LESS. unrivaled WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS tion. $950. Call Willlston 528-5483. CiKEETER 62 Rambler
-Selling Florida Since 1 9O6" FOR RENT completely furnished, 8. maid service weekly. FR 2. servIce. your Philgas Distri Buns Mobile Homes. Ine 4-door automatic transmission
3 BR home, fenced back 414 NE 2nd Ave. butor. Fuilgas. Inc. 374-5392. _4920 NW 13 St 3744341 '63 OLDS JETFIRE R&H factory radio heater clean
NEW FURNISHED J-ROOM yard 1185 or 21981. air 4 speed transmission. Turbo . . . $1495
: DUPLEX APARTMENT air conditioned near schools & CAMPING TRAILER "Rellart
bath entrance. and charged engine. etc. New
PRIVATE
Nicest in town. Good location shopping. FR 4-0438. 20' Demo excellent cond., new 40MODELS 61. Fclcon
parking. Nicely furnished. New cond. Mr. Green FR 23415. 230 W. University Station Wagon Automatic
warranty. 2 dbl beds.
large. See
on bus line. Couples only. No '
pets. Available within two weeks. three refrigerator. 1514 N.E. Tth St. at Murray's Marine. $200 off JEEP STATION WAGON. motor FR 2-0503 transmission! Radio .heater, a nice clean
$40 Month or four bedrooms two baths TWO Single Businessmen wish to listl ON DISPLAY lust overhauled good shape. $250 -

Apply $i' NE $th Ave. near$125.00 schools per month lease required.unfurnished Call, share 3 br home 4-4402 with'til 4 single FOR SALE OR TRADE. Combination FROM LOWEST TO PRICES CHOOSE, cash. Call anytime 485-2881. automobile . . . . $1095
Phone FR p.m. -
AIR-CONDITIONED. 1 bedroom Kirkpatrick man. Pulpwood saw and lawn SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. FOR SALE 1956 BUICK Roadmas-
Agency, FR 2-8404( after 4 FR 4-4873. 61 Falcon 2 door heater 1 owner $945
mower. Double dishwasher ter all power, good condition. ,
twin beds. Danish modern fur. 31 N. Main St. oven range TRAILER MARTHwy.
niture. Located comer of 20th FURNISHED room In private Westinghouse dryer. Phone 374-8132 after 5:00 P.M. LOOK
St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $tO month. FORDYCE RENTALS home. Call 372-1431 after 5 p.m. Will trade for good utility trailer 17. Phone 328-1050 63 VW Sedan. 11.0% ml., new 61 Rambler American, 4-door, radio, heater. -

Call FR 2-17U. Call house our agency to find the 3723770. _or boat. Tel. 3722954. OPEN WEEKDAYS tires, A-Cond., radio rs, Un- clean . . . . . . $995
you wish. Many listed. ROOMS to rent to male students. USED Underwood portable type- UNTIL 9 p.m. der-C. New $2225. now $1595. FR SEE
46 Unfurnished Apts. Also apartments furnished. 2 blks. off campus. Kitchen & writer, 4 outside doors locks SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 2-7119 after 5. 1 owner. THESE 61 Rambler, 6-cyl. 4-door. air condition.auto-
FORDYCEASSOCIATES l.r. 8. maid service. $30 per mo. and hinges. Various types of
EAST PALATKA. FLORIDANOW matic trans. radio a real buy . $1195
NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen FR 22726. moulding & electrical fixtures & '59 ,
equipped. $40 per month on a INC. heater." Also plumbing supplies & SHOWING GAINESVILLEAUTO CHEVROLETImpala -
year's lease. Ph. 374-$372 days. 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 51-A Wanted To Rent Propane Bottle Energy. Phone 1964 MOBILE HOMES 60 Buick, Electra 4 door automatic trans-
FR 60848.STRAWBERRIES.. 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor SALES 4-door. hardtop beau.
374-7327 evenings.
2 BR Kit. tiful mission radio heater
equipped 1206
N.E. Plans. Terms tailored ts meet red and white finish. Red power steering, .
/ 9th Ave. $85 a mo. Call McKinney you pick them. 1007 N. Main St. Interior. Brand
2 BEDROOM living
large room with your budget. Drive a little and new set of rub- brakes in excellent condition .
couple no
kitchen equipped. Couple pre Green. Inc. FR 2-3417. YOUNG faculty wish to rent nice furnished 12W cts a pint In your container. save e lot at Phone FR 2.6313 ber. V-8 automatic radio power
children .
ferred. No children or pets 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. house reasonably close to Starling Bros. Farm. Graham CONNOLLYMobile .heater. like new condition. Was . . . . . ", . $1595
Northcentral
Phone FR 2-4857. Stove & refrigerator $115 Fla. St. Road IS 6 milesE. Florida's 9 1 1 f*.
per University, September June. Home Sales. Inc.
of Brooker. Brooker 485-
TWO bedroom duplex. kit. mo. Phone FR 6-2472. Weseman FR 2-5857 evenings. 2702 or 485-2548. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 Largest 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station,wagon, automatic -
chen equipped. $85 per month. Realty. Phone 422-8144 Independent Dealer $1095 and
See It 4144 NW 4th St. 2 BR partially furnished house 54 Business Rentals GE filter flow automatic washer. Closed Sundays transmission power steering

and 3 looks and runs like new. Also roll -- brakes . . $1295
UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms BR unfurnished house for around 2 speed fan. good condi. --- 59 CHEVROLETImpala . . . .
living room. kitchen. rent. $70 v& $80 per mOo Ph. 376- GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. tion. Ph. FR 2-2434.
bath. 4Vfc miles from downtown. 5548 from I A.M. to 7 P.M. 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real 4-door hardtop, black
Good location for children. $7$ 2 BEDROOM house for rent. tor. FR 2-1494. FOR SALE TV Antenna $25. Phone and white. Black and red In ONE WEEK SPECIALS
month. Call FR 2-.Ult until S. Range and heating stove. $45 CONDITIONED FR 6-5444. terior. V-8 automatic radio.
AIR
FR 22448 after 5. Saturday and mo. 917 S. E. 4th Ave. Call FR I heater white walls. A
\ Sun. 2-8418. NEARLY location at new 3733 modern West Univ.office Ave or Hoover PortableNew Yes! It's True! car. Was 11095. nice 59 Rambler, clean ........ $795

TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately 3 BR, separate living rm. dining Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty, $49.95. DEMONSTRATOR.
; lower level of duplex rom., carport. Located near 1113 N. Main St. $49.95. Guaranteed. $995 61 Rambler .... .. . $1050
; stove and refrlg.. situated schools. $85 per mo. 1110 NW KIRBY SALES & SERVICE
S about 3 blks. off campus. l10S tOils Ave. Call 374-5920. 35x40 room drive-In CCB warehouse door. parking.with rest.excellent 712 N. Main 6-7110 61117.I' NO FLIMFLAMNO '59 FORD 60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon . . $895
NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone '
FR 4-5871. FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. location. 523 W. Univ STRAWBERRIES you pick them
2 bath central heat, built-in Ave. In rear. $75 per month. 25 cents quart. Bring your Custom 300 4-door, V-8 stan
t 1 BR. duplex kltch equip. Newly stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.m. Ph. 376-1206 or 374-8489. tainer.. R. Wainwright con-I GIMMICKS dard transmission. 1owner. 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmission -
2 miles E. of Stark Road 14.
redecorated. $50 month. Couples Like
new condition.
only. 21 NE 13th St.. FR 2-0374. 716 home S. E. CCB.4th Ave.Hardwood Nice 3 bedroom floors. 56 Business Opportunities ELECTRIC typewriter.. good tual miles. Was $845. 41,000 ac radio heater A $aver . $895

2 bedroom unfurnished apt.. kit. Walk In pantry attic fan. Venetian dltion $95. Call after i PJVU
chen equipped. lOll N.W. 4th blinds. Separate dining 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. 372-4738 New 1964 GMC Pickups $795
Ave. Call FR 24318. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity -
room. Tile bath and utility room. 3 THERMOSTAT window fans with NO DOWN PAYMENT !
for the right man to get In
UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom du Available now. FR 24445. the bowling alley business with frames 2 speed Intake and 2 SEVERAL GOOD"CLEAN OLDER -

f plex. 2207 SE 45th Ter. $50 per 3 BR., study Lr. Rm., On. Rm.. a small amount of capital. Call exhaust $29 each. 1. 3-speed floor I MODELS IN STOCK. ALL
month. FR 22372. Kit. equip. breakfast nook, near FR 4-2441 or FR 6-2930. Ask for fan $10 1, 10" oscillating fan $4. I CARS THOROUGHLY RECON. 2 months before YOUR first payment is due (July

city park shopping center. Call Mr. Haynes. __ Call FR 4-4348. j $175 DOWN DITIONED. Oil changes. lubricated 2, 1964)) These cars are completely reconditioned. Some

47 Houses for Rent Furn. FR 4-2691 THAYER baby bed with new mlt. i ridges. and new filter cart have new paint jobs. Some have brand new tires. Everyone .

2 BR. 1 bath unfurnished house 61 Wanted to Buy tress $30 like new Port a-crlb | of them is
to
at $38 SW 9th St. $80 mo. with mattress $18. Call 11U ready go.
per $
2 BR. 732 NW 23rd Blvd. IU' Open This
,, per 1825 N.W. Tth St. Sunday
Call 372-4351.
mo. Call McKlnney Green Inc. University Realty. WANTED: water cooler. must be 56 Ford 2-dr $29 Men. 53 Chev. 2-dr. $12 Mon. -
FR 23617. LARGE 4 room house 2 bedrooms.can priced reasonable and In good TWO girl's English 316-C21'1 Per Month 2 to 6 p.m.
furnish stove t. refrigerator. working condition. Call 372-8441 3 speed transmission 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon.
ONE 3 BR. house. furnished, $60 414 NW 22nd Ave. Call ext. 21%. 8-5 weekdays. lights and all the
per mo. Water Included.. Call Ocala 4291744.UNFURNISHED. SMALL camper size bottle gas bikes nearly new. and In perfect RaulersonMotors 57 Stud.: Wag. $24 Mon. 58 Cher. 4-dr. $15 Mon.
485-2362 Brooker Fla. stove. Call 442-9440, Alachua condition. Phone FR 22735. Including: License tag, state sales tax life
2 bedroom house. I 57 ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon.
2 BR house & 1 BR house. 1 Fla.
SMALL modern chair $18. insurance
easy and finance
$70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed charges. '
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mile past Stengel Field on Hwy. Modern walnut coffee table $12. 55 Chev. 2-dr. $31 Mon.
24. For Information call 374-1447. room house. $60 month. Furnished CASH for your used furniture refrigerators
duplex apt.. $90 month. FR stoves. TVs cloth Radio phonograph .speed $20.
ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom. 4-7444. Ing. etc. FR 2-3937. William's Large toy box with chalk board Lots of Other Models for Less Money!
$5. Electric Iron $4. Turquoise Pontiac
large Florida room. month or Service Center. Hawthorne Road. Tropical
year. MAthewson Manor. C a II 3 houses for rent. Available now. ceramic table lamp 33" 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
GR 5-2530. 3 bedroom. 1 bath completely 3-way switch $8. FR -
redecorated. $100 month. 714 N.W. 64 Household: Goods er 1:30.BOLEN hei9ht'l RIDGWAY Motor Co.
ONE 10-room 2 bath house. 2 22nd Ave. Available May 5th, air tractor GMC Truck Center 3725285Home
ride-A-Matic
screened 2
porches car garage -
conditioned 3 bedrooms. 1'/' USED APPLIANCES
Ig. parking lot. Located 805 bath. large screened porch RANGES FROM $3995. disc and plow, good condition 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 of A-I Used CarsCARSTRUCKSJEEPS
NE 2nd St. For Information call $175. Call FR 2-4477.
$125 month. 601 _N.W. 36th Terr. Refrigerators from $49.95. _
J. T. Howie. 372-1090. available June 7th 3 bedroom. TV from 3995. FOLDING CAMP trailer (NEW 1132 South Main FR 2-8433

1 BR. living rm.. dining rm.. $90 W bath. fenced back yard $125 WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL MOON) $95. Model R, John I _
per me. 106 NW 10th St. Preler month. 314 N.W. 36th Terr. Call THE VARIETY STORE Deere tractor $700. Both In good -- ------- ------ -- -- -- ---
male students. McKlnney Green I FR 2-1474 Sunday or after 4 p.m. I 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR condition. Shell Station Interla- -
Inc. FR 2-3417. I Weekdays for appt. to see. 4-3484. chen. Fla. Ph. 68+7711 after 5
p.m. The best of BARKLEY MOTORS -

CLOSE OUT SALEOn ...
Wallpaper. 98c a Roll progressand

SERVICESHome HARPER PAINT CO.

; 10 S.W. Tth St. 372-4366 a proud tradition

ELEC. range $69; refrigerator $45;
S good used 750 x 14 Firestone, c,'
4-ply tires. $5 each. or all 5 for .
; $20. Phone FR 4-0848.
And Business
NOW you can enloy cooking with
gas. Gas range. used. Installed
FREE with our LP gas. $45 w
BulldozingSMALL PAINTINGWANTED complete. Propane LP Gas. _
5110.SW Archer Road. Phone FR a- ___________


bulldozer. loader dump : Painting. Free es- ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna
trucks. fill dirt, lime rock. Top timates. No job too small. Double stack complete. Noth
soil. Phone 372-7846. ing else to buy. $15. Brants.
Work guaranteed. PhoneFR 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. Discounted to $500
BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Backhoe 2-5630. up
wheel tractors motor USED Chain Saws $SO up. New
grader. Free estimates. W. G. 4 hp saws $89.95. We repairall
(auck) Johnson, FR 60421. Plumbing chain saws <. lawn mowers.
5-64
Chain saw rentals. McCulloch FordsGalaxle 62 ford
Wisconsin and Bnggs Stratton
Concrete dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR 500", 4 doer sedan. 2 door hardtop Calaxle "500" 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission
SEWER INSTALLEDNEW 4-3411. & 4 door hardtop, power steering power brakes. radio heater a cream puff 1-owner.

& used fixtures. complete DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Automatic transmission radio. heater 4-5000
plumbing service "BIG" JIM miles. Priced to save you money. $1895
I CONCRETE finishing. W. I lit s. Chairs, low as SS. No money
drives. patios. slabs and shuffle HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng down low as $5 per month.
board. etc., expertly done. Eitl- FR 2-1589. Free estimates. pickup and delivery 8-63 Fords 62 Corvair
mates. Call 377-3884 anytIme. service. All work guaran

RemodelingNEED teed. Phone 3767756.STRAWBERRIES 4 door hardtop 4 door sedan one convertible.All Monza Spyder, 4-speed transmission, bucket
f FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA but two have air conditioning. priced from seats. turbo-charged engine. A real hot box.

NEW Florida room car 25 cts. per quart pick your ONtl. 2395 2495 Reduced to only:
port. patio. screened-In porch Look for the Malor Thomas signon to 1895
FIREEXTINGUISHER etc.? Call now and get It done Brooker Road. Phone 4852435. -

AH types Sales of and Fire Service Extinguishers CO. 372404 for the after summer S PM.months.for Call free i LARGE. wardrobe trunk clothes 6.63 Chevrolets 55 Ford

.. Pick up and delivery service estimates. hangers. 4-drawers. Like new.
C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-878 Inquire ill E. Univ. Avenue. I 2 door hardtop 4 door hardtop 4 door sedans Convertible good toP. finished in bright red. -

Appliance Repair & Gainesville Fla. Upholstery ROOM air cooler less than 1 mo. some with air conditioning all with A real fine older car in good condition. Save
old. $25. Phone 372-32S4 after 5 I power steering radio heater automatic transmission yourself a lot of money on. this one at only
Air Conditioning priced from
Mortgage Broker UPHOLSTER furniture at P.M. J $495
reasonable prices.your Call Sally. TR-3 Sports car, 1940 $995; Sherwood Whichever car you drive with the $2495 to 2695
Experienced. FR 4-9888. elec. guitar 4 amplifier

First A-l In HANDYMAN air conditioning SHOP and Appliance FHA end conventional at lowest $30; Underwood typewriter & exclusive three.pointed star on the : 59 Chevrolet
current rates. Terms stand $20 Hammerlund 170
to 25 SewingAlterationsALTERATIONS ; HQ
repairs. We sell guaranteed years. Will gladly discuss 3-63 Fiat Bel-Air 4-dr. hardtop. Compare this price anywhere .
at no C. like new $190: Collins TCS8. radiator
i washers., refrigerators., etC obligation. Call tomorrow. $25. Phone 374-2754. you will experience the in northcentral Florida and you'll come
FR MHO. J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor on women's -" 00'door sedans. priced from to Berkley Motors.
AIR CONDITION repair. any. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2- 494 clothing also buttonholes. FOR Sale: Westinghouse Refriger. same thrills as the Mercedes-
Frost-Free many
ator conditon
good
belts & dressmaking. Call 51295 $895
price
make model. Special
or FRED B. ARNOLDREALTOR 37M891. $50. Phone 3722888.
window units charged with gas, Benz enthusiasts aH
II$. Free estimates. Also clean I I FHA AND REEL type power lawn mower over the world:
utility rooms, garages. I. storage LOANS CONVENTIONAL Sewing Machine Repairs $20. extra large attic fan or exhaust 57 Ford

rooms. Phone 37496. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE PH. 3723522 fan w-louvre $75 nylon pride In superb workmanship down to 62 Olds
,
trlnsmrs-
:Station V-8 standard
I CALI SEWING MACHINE SERVICE rope. large tool chest $4. wagon engine
"93" 4 door hardtop. Fully equipped Includingair slon, dependable carl Excellent econo--
MORTGAGE MONEY large trunk $4. Call 3727504. a good
Appraisal Service SV4 per cent Interest. Terms to Ave. 374-107 CO. IIS We W. repair University all the smallest detail remarkable durability I conditioning. A like new one owner cream my and comfort for the tamlh. -en that summer
25 years. Make Worfci fully guaranty Air conditioner. 6200 BTU. puff. Priced at only vacation trip.

FRED REALTOR B. ARNOLD BUY BUILD Call- REFINANCE Tires $45. 372-1293 and the reassuring feeling of I 2695 5695

Alignment 1954 WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 125 NW 13 St. PtFR 2-2511
SERVICE Dan Byrd Brake Service WASHER.lent. Phone Mechanically FR 44887. excel- safety in any situation.
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3572 _
: GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Test the Sunbeam

and conventional loans. Low VACATION SPECIALON 70 Boats-Marine EQufp. I
Auto Equipment rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 famous nationally known Mohawk 1 '. 16 Unique Sports Car "Imp"B kl

W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. tires . Save up to a r ey
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt &: FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. -50% on new tires. See our new 14' REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser Racing style engine

exchanged Repair kits tor Conventional and F.HJL 10 IN. wrap around retread that gives and trailer. Phone 2-5689. ..... \' ((6)7 ) 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline --

Walker Jacks. Factory authorized Call 376.1234Grace. Fordyce more mileage & traction. Latl- iitt FABULAS Commander Mark interval =
mile service
Walker Hydraulic Jack Realtor Fordyce & Associates. _titer T1r. c.. 6" 'N Main St. 75 Mercury engine. elc. starter. 5,000

Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE: Inc., tU West University Ave running light heavy duty trailer. -' Motors"In -
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. nue. WINDOW CLEANIHG $950. 2215 NE 15th Terr. FR 2- -- -

Main FR J-1497 __S53 after 4 ,.m. 1E1tCEUEUENCRANE S1495 -

WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned I the Auto GameBarkley's
Auto Gloss and waxed houses washed 10 72 Office Equipment
Sun Want Ads yrs.Phone experience.PR Free estimate 1 'i the Name"P.O.E. -

2-5955. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of. LINCOLN-MERCURY < .
.UTO GLASS .la our onlY bust lice supply dealer' Chesnut's OPEN SUNDAY 1.6
nesa. Immediate fcw ed.t ioai I Yard Work OffICe Co. Invite
Equipment

MAULDIN'S free beauty- pickup 1 value. *, .delivery.to your Add car Get Results CHARLES WORSHAM tpecialu- I to free come delivery.In and Chesnut's shop or call Office you for I 505 S. 'UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 2-4251 I 2201 N. Main St. FR 243731I

30 AUTO GLASS CO. Ing In lawn mowing edging I. Equipment Co. 104
N.W. arti $t. FR t-USt. Pruning. FR 4-ltM anytime. Ave. In Downtown ..:s.IYtV'1

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