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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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ONE WEES DAILY AND SUNDAY* 88th Year; No. 266 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1964

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Haydon Burns bristled todayat was such a nice night for meeting that the Gainesville City

m '. a hint he was picking up an Commission met twice last night.
alleged deficit in the campaignfund The second meeting which began shortly after the 10:10 p.m.

of one of the defeated can- adjournment of the "regular" meeting was so special that reporters -

> ; $ ;, didates for governor, Fred 0. were "invited" to attend.

ff (Bud) Dickinson. Commissioners-some of whom were elected on "no secretmeetmg"
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Robert King High of Miami, select the new city hall architects. !

d a, xw Burns' opponent in the battle of "We didn't want to discuss personalities in a public meeting,"
big city said at a
.... mayors press one commissioner said.
breakfast in Tampa that the Last night's 7:30 session was delayed briefly because of a preceding -
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people are entitled to know the informal workshop of the commission in Utility Director

G > full details of Dickinson's endorsement John Kelly's office.

..:7 J\ ,;...fD: -" ;......;; Q.f'9'; of Burns. Before beginning the meeting Mayor Howard McKinney walkedto

Sun photographer Eddie Davis posed Ricky Wood day-dreaming in class and added an interpretation of what High said he understood Dickinson the press table and leaned over to recommend that a Sun

I most Gainesville 10-year-olds have on their minds with summer vacation only days away. Ricky is the son of Mr. and had a $100,000 deficit. reporter "stick around after the meeting." The advice was not

Mrs. Edward Wood, of 3653 NW 13th Ave., and in the fourth grade at the Littlewood Elementary School. School ends Burns issued a statement at given to a radio newsman seated across the table.
June 2. Jacksonville saying any statement After adjournment of the regular meeting when the only reporter

that he was picking up an present questioned the propriety of meeting with the commissionin

alleged deficit for Dickinson is Kelly's office, commissioners decided to meet in the regular

I TV Cable preposterous. meeting room.Commissioner.

Rusk Warns of Cuba "Mr. Dickinson is too much of Ed Turlington told the reporter that Sun and ,

Here Runs a gentleman to sell his support," Tampa Tribune reporters were "invited" to stay. "Don't go away

Burns said.Dickinson. mad," members of the commission urged.

announced yester- City Manager Bill Green called the Sun this morning to discussthe
f By JOSEPH E. DYNAN for the allies to pitch in and sion, there still was no sign of Burns.
he
Into day that is supporting situation.He .
ThE HAGUE, Netherlands help in South Viet Nam. any basic historic change in DelayCable
-Burns was host at a breakfastto pointed out that the commission has been meeting regularlyin
(AP-Secretary of State Dean Rusk said manpower and mil- the Soviet position.usk Florida busi-
more than 300 several "semi-private" sessions prior to the Monday night
Rusk the isola.. assistance not needed said that Premier Khrushchev television
urged complete itary are planned here He
ness and professional men. commission meetings to discuss bond issue matters, particularlycity
tion of Communist Cuba today, from the other allies in Commu cannot expose himselfto for late summer got a setback
said each of them pledged $1,000 hall and its site and architect.
warning the Western allies that nist-threatened South Viet Nam. any charge by Red China this week that will probably delay toBurns'
from himself and friends
"We didn't want to discuss personalities or real estate transactions
the Cuban problem presents He suggested industrial equipment that he is moving toward the the no-antenna TV system'sinstallation second "
primary cam- (in the public meeting), Green explained. "Of necessity this
I the.danger of another world- commodities,*: mnttcal! capitalist camp.. Such a charge until the end of this paign.In shouldn't be public."
shaking crisis.In teams and teachers would helpto might push Khrushchev into a year.A of
his capacity as mayor (See MEETING on Page 2))
an address to the opening give the people a psychological position of diplomatic rigidity, letter from the Federal Aviation Jacksonville, Burns welcomed

session of the North Atlantic boost. the secretary added. Agency barring construc- delegates to the national conven- ,
NATO of East-West rela- Rusk said the United States is tion of Television -
Treat} Organization ( ) Speaking University City tion of the American Public City to Buy
Couccil, Rusk coupled a plea for tions in general, Rusk declared continuing to seek some aven- Cable Company's tower Power Association.He .

action against Cuba with a call that despite an easing of ten- ues of agreement with the Soviet about five miles south of told them the municipal

Union and other nations Gainesville Airport was read utilities of Jacksonville has been Land ForRecreation

should do the same. But he reminded at last night's City Commis- "virtually the goose that laid
his allies that the sion .
Foiled man meeting.The in that
Burglary the golden egg" revenue
who put Soviet missiles in Cuba FAA rejected plans for pays about 50 per cent of the 5-

still runs the Soviet Union.In the 700-foot()( tower, saying it total cost of city government.High _i

discussing Cuba, he broughtup would be an "unacceptable ob- in bringing Dickinson's An $80,000 purchase of recrea-

ALt Liquor Store the U.S.-Soviet confrontationof struction" to airport operations.Firm alleged deficit into the second tion land on East University I
president James Milli- SG'j
for time
1962 that a appearedto
primary campaign, said Dickinson Avenue by the city was unani- II
be pushing the world toward ken said this morning the system
-
after the last
called him shortly mously agreed on night by I
By JIM McGUIRKSun and fled amidst a hail of bullets nuclear war. would probably" not go into first primary."He the Gainesville City Commis-
Rusk declared the United operation until )ate this
Staff Writer fired at them by Stallings, year said he was very tired
at the earliest. sion.Commissioners
Alachua County almost chalkd police said. Stallings said he States is determined to continue and that he and his wife intended gave City 'Iv'
of' He explained that the overall
aerial reconnissance
its first liquor store bur- thought he hit one of the men. to take a rest,'* High said. Manager Bill Green authorization -
: up
glary early this morning. Minutes later, the Powells Cuba and any attempt by project installation'of won't be delayed the cables because "He said he was going to support to buy just over 277 acres
Prime Minister Fidel Castro to
But the door the burglars triedto turned up at the house of Wal- no one. of land for $80,820 originally
intervene could create a severe along city utility poles will con- .. bought by the General Services
come through was just inches do, Chief of Police J. R. Hucke- tinue. j'uHe'mentioned in passing that
.
problem.He Administration for the VA hospital
from the ownerwhowas bee. he owed than r had
away "This'will just the more spent
said he could see whereit delay for
in bed with a loaded in I took this to $80,820. CANNON
lying Thomas Wayne Powell was would be a serious matter availability of the operating my campaign. The property is on East University
..38.Held sitting in a pool of his own for the other side as well, and system in the first part of the mean he had a campaign deficitof Avenue, just beyond the
for investigation of attempted blood suffering a flesh wound pointed out a crisis could develop city," Milliken said. about $100,000. east city limits.
breaking and enteringthis from a bullet in his left that the havea Rep. Cannon
upper into one as serious as the Stating people Green said the land will be
morning were Dennis .leg. The other Powell was un- confrontation of October 1962, Czechs Drop right to know the details of used for recreation use, includ-
Wayne Powell, 23, of Orange injured. over Soviet missiles in Cuba. the Dickinson support of Burns,
trails Veteran
ing a picnic area, riding Of
Heights and his nephew Sheriff's Deputies a r res ted The secretary was seeking Food to Cuba High added: "I don't have any and possibly a zoo. !

Thomas Wayne Powell, 20, of them on suspicion of the attempted NATO support for the U.S. of them, except the knowledgethat Funds for the purchase will
LONDON (AP-The Financial ;
Waldo. break-in at Stalling's.Thomas trade embargo of the Communist Times ) he has a deficit. come from the $6 million bond House Dies
Tom Stalling owner of reported today that said he felt the endorse-
Wayne Powell was island a customer of such Czechoslovakia High issue, Green said. ,
"Stalling's Corner a packagestore reported in good condition at major American allies as Brit has refused to ment would help his candidate In other action last night
north of Waldo, told the Alachua General Hospital."As ain and France. renew a.contract to supply foodto rather than harm it. He also commissioners commended Police WASHINGTON (AP) Rep.

Alachua County Sheriff's Department (See RUSK on Page 2) Cuba. said he was pleased with the Chief Bill Joiner for the Clarence Cannon, D-Mo., veteran -
far know this is
as we ,
he was lying in bed in Quoting usually reliable sources number of Dickinson workers chairman of the House Appropriations -
force's winning the National Police
the back of his store when he the first attempted burglaryof the business daily reportedthat who are rallying to his standard. Officers Assn. traffic safe-- Committee, died
a liquor store in Alae h u a
heard men apparently trying to Czechoslovakia had contracted "We have of the today. He was 85.
many privates ty award.
break in.First County history, Sheriff Joe to deliver to Cuba by Aides said Cannon had
WHERETO and lieutenants that worked Sewer rebates for Bicrest and entered
the burglars tried the Crevasse said. September,250,000 tons of frozen in his campaign" High said. Briarwood subdivisions were Washington Hospital Cen-
front, then began working on the Until recently liquor sales meat from Argentina and ter but said
"Mr. Burns has the generals. also approved by the commjs- Monday, they did
in the Thesheriff's FIND IT
were illegal County.
hack Brazil 67,000 tons of canned
door-33 inches way High has been promised the not know the reason for his
from told department has been meat, 450,000 tons of fertilizer sion.Authorization
he
Stalling's bed, votes of such Dickinson cam to hire University entry.
police.So attempting to work out special Comics . . 9 1,600 tons of canned cereals and Death occurred about 4
paign leaders as Frank Buchanan of Florida professor Dr. Wil- a.m.
he opened fire through the protection plans for the new Classified . 17-19 vegetables, 10,000 carloads of and John
William Singer (See LAND on Page 2) (See CANNON
wooden door intentionally' liquor stores, particularly thosein flour and 2,100 tons of' canned on Page 2))
,
; remote Entertainment . 16 Ring all of Miami.

ing low. sheriff's deputies reported "We are areas.aware that liquor Obituaries . . 2 fruit."The food under this con Alice, Wainwright, Miami city

"It would have been simple to stores are prime targets" for Opinion Page . 4 tract," the paper said, "will be John commissioner Mathews who of backed Jacksonville Sen. FEMALEARRIVIN FLIERSHERE

shoot about six inches higher, burglaries and hold-ups, Crevasse Sports . . II, 12Women's delivered but faced with a dif in the first primary also said
but he did not," the sheriff's de said.Among ficult food situation at home the
the he cited . . 8 she would support High.
partment reported.The reasons Czech government seems un-
burglars ran to their car (SEE THEFT on Page 2)) willing to do much more." (See GOV. on Page 2) ] /G



First arrival in the 14th annual Mich. was third, followed
by
Told
I Work Or Elsearising
Congress : All Women's InternationalAir Mrs. Clyde Jetton of Dallas

Race touched down at and Miss Caroline Jones of

Gainesville Airport at 10:20 this Painesville, Ohio. IIf

morning.She .
The 40 pilots in 23
WASHINGTON AP) -State leaders told Johnson that his from the Housepassedbill is Mrs. Milton Julich of from planes left
Monterrey Mexico
Democratic leader Mike Mans- "forthright explanations" of a choice: a jury trial and Jackson Heights, N. Y.; but she yester-

field of Montana said today Will Stay in Session the rights bill recently have the possibility of a stiffer penalty is not necessarily the winnerof day.Other

Congress will be held in sessionall had marked effect on the pub- over a nonjury trial with the race. The winner is deter- stops on the 1,440- mile

year if necessary to pass the lic's understanding of the meas- lesser punishment guaranteed.The mined by elapsed flying time race are McAllen, Austin, and

civil rights bill and other partsof All Year If Necessarysan ure and on) the Senate's approach from stop to stop. Tyler, Texas, and Montgomery,
President Johnson's pro bit; Dixie bloc bypassed a bi- Mrs. Julich made the last hop Ala. All planes are due in

gram. partisan, limited jury trial proposal here from Jackson, Miss. She is Gainesville by 5 pjn tomorrow .
The President has made it
Mansfield, talking with report. clear that had been pending seventh ranked in time as of* An awards banquet will be held
ers after a breakfast meetingof leadership of the Senate Congress In session all year if he said that civil rightsIs business -1 calling up Monday this morning.The here on Friday. ,.

Democratic congressional "will do its very best to bring necessary to pass the President's "not a partisan problem" and night the proposal of Sen. leading pilot so far is The race is co sponsored '
not ,.
a regional problem. hi. ..
leaders with Johnson, said he the bill to a vote, one way or program. George A. Smathers, D-Fla. Mrs. Ellis Wagner of Palos the Florida Women Pilots As&ciatlon

had reported on the progress of anoth r." The people are entitled to an Southern senators will hold a This gives the Southerners Verdes Estates, Calif. In second and the Gainesville

the rights bill after 60 days' de Asked Whether this meant a expression from Congress, strategy session later today to another crack at reversing a place is a 63- yearoldgrand- Chamber of Commerce. This is

bate. move to cut off debate Mans Mansfield said. "We cannot draft their version of a jury one-vote defeat last week on a mother, Mrs. George Whyte of the first year the race will windup

"We told him that the field said the Senate will make dodge it, we have to face up. to- trial amendment.. jury trial amendment proposedby Fort Worth. Texas a four time in Gainesville The airport
progress is nil," Mansfield said. this decision, and added: It" This one gives the defendantInatcrimiaalcontempt Sen., Thruston, .Morton, R- winner of the race. had:been.*'stopover in other
He promised that the biparti- "We are prepared to keep He j said congressional:: action' Ky '- 'M -Mrs. Pat Arnold of Flint, years. '

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With Guards EverywhereSAIGON For City S., Hall Fla. HonorsGainesville ;1


Two Gainesville architectural 'of Hanes' firm until opening his
Viet Nam (AP) .- where by a motorcade of vehicles Here for his fifth visit since inns were named last night to own office two years later. Civitans over the

Secretary of Defense Robert S. bristling with police anda the. U.S. military buildup in ZONESC a design the $1.2 million city haIl. Work by H an e s' firm In- weekend received state recog ,
nition at the civic club's annual
McNamara arrived in Saiton truck loaded with blackbereted South Viet Nam began more D Partly cloudy Hanes and Associatesand cludes courthouse'second u n it, convention in
today for a 36-hour visit and Special Forces soldiers, their than two years ago, McNamara through Wednesday. Scattered Reaves and Branch were the U.S.D.A. Entomology Lab- district

plunged into a series of heavily guns at the ready. promised the United States will showers likely Wednesday. the firms announced as architects -oratory, the Florida Farm Bureau Miami Beach. i.-1

guarded conferences on the U.S. and Vietnamese securitywere provide "whatever is requiredfor Low tonight 65 to 70. High % .w. Na I for the project at a special headquarters, the Medical President Bob Hancock reported -
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progress of the war in Viet taking no chances since however long it is required." Wednesday 88 to 92. South t.rim1,5; \ F I City Commission meeting Arts Center on N.W. 8th Avenue yesterday that the local \\

Nam. discovery of a plot on McNa- "During my brief stay here and southwest winds 5 to 15 E late last night. fire station number one on club was second in the state '

McNamara raced from one mara's life. Viet Cong agents this time, we will review the miles an hour.A S Myre Hanes, a former Gaines- Main Street, Lincoln High in the percentage of member

conference to another in Am. were caught Saturday night try. progress achieved along the this -afternoon Southerly shifting winds 5 northerly to U knots 10 II\, ville mayor, has been practicinghere School and Littlewood Elementary ship increases and tied for
bassador Henry Cabot Lodge'scar ing to mine a bridge the secre- lines of the program laid out to 20 knots tonight .: continuing 4\ I since 1950. Richard Haley School second in its mentally retarded

with flak jackets piled on tary was to cross.McNamara March he said he Wednesday. Scattered tIniMerthowIrImainly been associated with Hanes program.A l'
last as arrived tonight and early \ 1) has Reaves' firm designed the
the floor, on the seat and behind on his arrival con- B Partly cloudy through Wad"H delegation from the Gaines-
by plane from Bonn, day. Widely scattered showers this' for the past five years. Gainesville Public Lbirary, the
his back for protection ferred for two hours with afternoon becoming more numerous ville Civitan Club, including
Germany.Air 1962 addition to the Gainesville
been
has
1 Wednesday. Low tonight 6S to 70. David Reaves an
against Communist terrorist Lodge. Then, after a quick Junior Civitans and Civinettes
High Wednesday in the tos. South and
FAA building
bullets, hang grenades and lunch at Lodge's residence he Force police checked all southwest wind 5 to 15 miles an hour. architect here for the last 12 police station, the from Gainesville High School, .
E H F I Partly cloudy through a ha at the Westw d .
and Dan Branch s airport, 00
mines. began a series of conferenceswith arrivals before McNamara land Wednesday. Scattered showers like- years attended the convention where
ly Wednesday. Low tonight M to 72.High been in the firm since 1961. For Junior High School and is now
He was accompanied every top U.S. military officials. ed and inspected the VIP room Wednesday M to 'O. Mostly south Don Rothwell was elected 4
where he stopped after gettingoff and southwest winds i 3 to li miles an GAINESVILLE WEATHER- two years after his 1951 graduation working on the Crystal River deputy for the first j
governor
hour. Municipal Airport readings for the of Museum for the State of Flori-
More About his plane. G J K Partly cloudy through from University zone. 1
Wednesday. Some showers likely Wed24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Florida Reaves was a member
Police reported that one of the nesday. Low tonight 70 to 75. H I Oil da.Branch Special awards were given
Southeastand High 89 at 4 low 62 at 6
Wednesday to 81. p.m., who formerly was
three Viet Cong arrested for the south winds S to 15 miles an hour. by the club at yesterday's noon
ALMANAC ajn. No rain.TEMPERATURES. More About'Meeting associated with the architect to luncheon to Mrs. Verna M.
CannonFrom plot leaped from a second-floor Sunset today ... 7:13
window at police headquarters Sunrise tomorrow; ::::::::::: 5:38 ajn.p.m. ELSEWHERE the State Board of Control, ; Cellon, Hancock's secretary,
The Moon sets .............. 1:24 pjiutonight ked master plans for
on I
The H U Prep. wor and to the Gainesville Sun for
Monday. suspect NguyenVan and is at
Perigee.
Firt Quarter ................. May 18 Jacksonville 90 67 I. state universitites, including of Civitan
Page 1 Troi, landed on a Jeep, The star Aldebaran, faintly seen near Miami 85 72 its coverage speak
, broke his leg and was taken unconscious the Moon tonight will next appear In Tampa 87 68 South Atlantic University in I ers.
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the east a little before sunrise late In Atlanta 13 65
to a hospital. June. New Orleans .7 73 From 1 Boca Raton.
(EDT) the congressman's office as a bulldog, stubborn as one of MARINE FORECAST Boston 75 54 Page CityIanager Bill Green 1 It
was advised.A I the mules for which his state is Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, EAST GULF: South and southwest New York 79 58 He noted that The Sun has
winds 8 to knots will immediately
18 through Wednesday. WashingtonChicago 83 60 tects begin working -
peppery and agile figure noted, or the doting grandpathat chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Partly cloudy with scattered showers 70 56 been notified of all semi-public with Director The mouth of the Kimberly
Staff, who arrived Monday told likely Wednesday. Kansas City M 57 .12 Planning diamond mine covers 38 acres !
his and slight stat he was.
despite CEDAR
age KEY TIDES Denver 65 30 sessions in Kelly's office with David Godschalk to study
ure-he reporters that visits by him and Wednesday High at 2.5 am. and Los Angeles 75 52 pro- and the mine reaches 3,601 feet
was only a 140-pounder On occasion over the 1:51 p.m. Low at 8-13 a.m. and ':14 p.rn. Seattle 44 48 the understanding that the dis- posed sites for city hall for
-Cannon was dean of the years McNamara would probably con down into the stone.G&nesville.
the toughness came out in phys cushions were not for publica- consideration by the city com I
tinue to be frequent.
House in point of age at the '
time of death. ical action. The record of his "Don't be surprised if we are tion.Green mission. .I Sun
than 40 in the House Vote in PanamaHarmful said the commissionmet
He had been a member since more years back here every couple of in officeat Iore About \\1
shows fistic encounters in earlier months he said. informally Kelly's Published evenings except
1922 and was outranked in serv- ,
and decided and Sunday mornings -
with such figures as 6 p. m. yesterday Saturday
ice only by Rep. Carl Vinson, years At the Hague, U.S. Secretaryof by the Gainesville Pub-
wanted to talk to
former John of they I
Rep. Phillips LandFrom
D-Ga. State Dean Rusk was urging lishing Company at 101 SE
Associates said he had been California and Rep. John Taberof other members of the North At- to U. S.' two architects.He I 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida I
and entered as second class
York and
New
Republicans, to said he was instructed to
active and apparently in top lantic Treaty Organization 1 matter at the Post Office at
former Sen. Kenneth McKellarof call the architects and have Page
health through last week, but support the South Vietnamesecause II Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
of not Tennessee, Democrat. The against the Communistswith PANAMA (AP-Official) re, tion, claiming that the Electoral them come to the Utility Operations
had complained well. Sunday' encounters, all relatively minor money, men or materials.But turns from more than half the, Tribunal gave Robles an early Center at 10 p.m. ]liam M. Howard to study the CARRIER OR RATES MAIL BY

feeling George H. Mahon, D- occurred over differenceson only West Germany, of vote in Sunday's presidential edge to provoke Arias followers The city manager explainedthat pity employes pension plan and !
Rep.
government money bills. America's 14 NATO allies, was election gave a commandinglead : into violence. Then the National although the second commission I insurance program for $1,200 a i 1 Week$5.85.45
Tex., shepherded a supplemental 3 Moi.
bill throughthe reported considering sendingsome today to government candi Guard could jail Arias and other meeting last night was :year was given by the commis
appropriation
House Monday at Cannon's More About aid, and that reportedly date Marco A. Robles, advocateof leaders of his party. I not attended by any reporters sion.The commission also agreedto be AH paid mail in advance.subscriptions must
would be economic. ,a tough policy toward American sit-
"there people
chore Cannon nor- were some
request-a rights in the Panama Canal A Robles victory could portend I j pay $967.82 as its half of the Member of Audit Bureau of
mally would have performed Gov. Zone. difficulty for the United Statesin ting around. 4 cost of the grand jury that investigated Circulation.All .

for himself. ; Pool HallOperator Electoral tribunal figures from negotiations on the Panama Green said the commission 1 irregularities in the material contained herein II
Under the congressional senIority I 704 of Ro Canal treaty. Although all seven wanted to act quickly so the 1 March 17 city election. the property of the Gainesville
1,144 precincts gave : Publishing Company. (c) *". Reproduction -
system Mahon as the presidential candidates demand architects for city hall will be Next Monday's meeting was
In Is
From One bles 86,447 votes to 73,131 for Dr. In whole or part
Democrat with the longest serv- Page Arnulfo Arias favorite revision of the treaty and it was a on the site selection, noting 1 waived by the commission last strictly forbidden without the written
a slight permission of the publisher.
ice on the Appropriations Com Among Dickinson supporterswho before the election. not an issue in the campaign that the commission will not J light. *

mittee behind Cannon, succeedsto announced for Burns were About half the estimated 130- Arias was considered more meet again for two weeks. I

the chairmanship. William Pruitt, Dickinson cam- Is Charged 000) votes cast in Panama Prov- sympathetic to the_United States There was no explanationwhy

Actually Cannon's Washington paign manager; Bruce Vining ince, whereArias had his great- than Robles. a second meeting was required -

service extends long back of .and Bill Shayne. A local billiards hall owner est strength, were yet to be President Roberto Chiari, pre- to hire the architect, I

his tenure in the House.In Burns told a news conference was arrested last night on a counted. It was believed the vented by law from succeeding alluded to a vague reference

1911 Champ Clark, then south Florida has been "grossly charge of having a minor in former president would have to himself, had given the govern- although one commissioner S p p
speaker of the House, persuaded neglected" and he promised to his hall. The complaint was take more than 70 per cent of the ment coalition's backing to Ro to wanting to talk to the arch-

him to come to the capitalas "exert every effort to catch up made by the father of the boy uncounted votes in the capital bles, a 58-year-old banker-poli itects discussed at the preceding I

a clerk in the speaker's of- the slack." involved. province to win. tician. 6 p. m. meeting' to make .. I I

fice.Cannon Robert E. Sullivan 4000 SW Sullenness replaced the carnival Arias, 63, drew his chief sup- sure they could "get along"
recalled not long ago He said completion of Inter 15th St., owner of the Happy atmosphere that had pre- port from the lower-middle and with local contractors interestedin

that "I wanted to see the state 95 was a priority projectand Hour Pool Hall, was releasedon vailed in the Arias camp..Some lower classes and a large following bidding on the city hall pro- I a ap
wheels go around" for a few said Miami is "sorely in, a $100 bond after he was hinted at government manipula- of women. I

I weeks so he took the job on a need of further expressway sys arrested at 10:45 p.m. I ject.More

temporary basis. tems." The complaint was made by Museum About a
He never went !back. ,to Mis- W.. M. Stewart of 1137 SE 2nd Ringling Opens ('
Burns called the civil
; souri to stay and,; Tone way or rights;, Avenue who said his 17yearold .
issue the difference be-
another, he has been personally key son was in the hall. RuskFrom d
I making the wheels go around tween him and Miami's mayor., City Attorney Osee Fagan Special Painting Exhibit

ever since. He said High is not as broke as: said this morning the law involved :

He was elected House par- he would have people believe."If is a state law, prohibiting SARASOTA The Ringli n g The Polaks began their art Page 1 I a

liamentarian in 1917 and 'held anyone under 21 in a Museum of Art opened an exhibition -collection in Holland in 1930. Opening the three-day spring

the office until he was elected he didn't have money in I billiard hall without written of paintings from the private -One of their first selections wasa meeting of the NATO Council of TheAMPLE

j to membership from his 9th the first primary, he's got it; permission from his parents. and Flegel which they lost along Foreign Ministers, Rusk declared -
collection of Mr. Mrs.
. t Missouri Congressional District.He now," Burns said.A I Sullivan was arrested for the with several other painting :s that all Communist ag- HOUS
was rated one of the na same charge in 1962 and forfeited Joseph Polak of Sarasota this through Nazi confiscation. Al must be eradicated to

tion's leading authorities on report from the secretary ofstate's a $50 bond. week in Gallery 18. j have been recovered with the insure gresion the security of the non-

parliamentary law and was a office showed Burns received works exception of five still located Communist world. This appeared -

familiar figure to all who at- $16,567 in contributionslast GHS Civitans Forty-seven dating in Eastern Europe.The to be a reference to
week and had from the 16th century to the
tended or watched Democratic spent $379,669 South Viet Nam as well as ,
national conventions in recent during the campaign, while High Present AtConvention present, have been loaned to the Polak's have been associ- Cuba.
ated with the Museum since
reported receipt of $335 last
decades. Mus e u m for exhibition until Rusk described a crisis over
their arrival in Sarasota.
The slight figure In the frequent -week and a spending total of: September. The collection in- Cuba as one for the whole Western -

huddles with the late 97819. world not just for the United -
House Speaker Sam Rayburnof told St. Nine members of the Gaines cludes 17th and 18th century [More About States. O.t.'v / t
High a Petersburg
Texas, perennial convention audience that Burns "is ville High School Civinette and D u t chand Flemish masterpieces :- Washington, he explained, c! running, .
chairman-that was Cannon.A a cap- Junior Civitan Club attendedthe as well as several con- could not tolerate Castro's efforts Jj

political convention can get tive of the people who financedhis district convention at the temporary paintings. Some of Theft to subvert the rest of the

info a gargantuan proceduralsnarl campaign" and called the Fontainbleau Hotel in Miami the artists represented are hemisphere. Castro's regime

and "Mr. Sam" didn't Jacksonville mayor "a lobbyist Beach last weekend. Breughel, de Zurbaran, H e d a, must be isolated politically,

want the job of running the for special interests." Representing the Civinetteswere Tanguy, Pachner, Chagall and From 1 economically, socially and spirItually
show without his parliamentary Gerry Bristowe, Ivy Cow- Rubin. Page from the rest of the

expert to help out. High shrugged off Dickinson's an, Carmen Crawford, Pat Jour- for hemisphere, he added.
hold-ups were that the stores
More formally in that field support for Burns and said, dan, Nancy Shepard, Virginia Paid AdvertisingLIMITED
Prof to Direct have cash hand until
late
Storter and Linda Thomas. on
Cannon was author of a numberof "The people have a right to
standard works on parliamentary From the Junior Civitans John into the night.
know on what basis this was McCown and Steve Pritz at- Press SurveyHugh : ( \\ \ hurry
procedure and of treatises -negotiated." ny I They have a high incidence of ;: \pJ .
tended. Faculty advisers attend-
on the subject in Encyclo-
pedia Britannica and Encyclo- "Mr. Dickinson told me the ing were Mrs. Lucy Tubb and Cunningham, associate I burglaries because the liquor is \ c.

pedia Americana.The Roy Tower. professor of journalism at the I both valuable and easily sold, \\1 get your
other day he had a deficit of
prime element of his rep- The Civinette Club recently University of Florida, will con- .he said. .
utation was toughness, but he over 100000. It doesn't take a initiated officers for nee x t duct two workshop sessions at I ... g_

was a man of many facets depending -college graduate to figure this year's term. the annual meeting of the Associated \ \ .3 moneyrn.9

on the occasion-tough I one out." They include Ivy Cowan, president Press Association of Florida SPECIAL! TIME *
I' ; Pat Jourdan, vice president in St. Augustine this week- ONLY! i \ by the

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i Climbs for Nikita 1 Hoffa Raid 4 Military Air Crasl es Bring 92 Deaths e II

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On Pension 1 I
II CAIRO (AP) -Egypt's cham- nawi Abdel Fayed. "Furthermore MANILA AP) Ninety-two At Clark Air Base north of from the pilot as he brought the I A 24-hour air and sea search the crash in southern Englandof I
pion pyramid climber streakedto I was happier to meet persons were dead or missing I Manila, a U.S. Military Air big jet in from Hickam Air failed to find the 10 crewmen a British Vulcan bomber, one '
I the top of the Great Cheops Khrushchev and I like him Fund ToldCHICAGO today following four military Transport jetliner with 83 persons ,Base, Hawaii. I of a U.S. Navh long-range pa- of a type that can carry Brit
Pyramid a minute faster for Soviet more." plane crashes around the world I. aboard crashed short of a Landing in a rainstorm, the trol plane that crashed at sea ain's H-bombs. Two crewmen
Premier Khrushchev than
. he did for Red Chinese Premier Hefnawi's climb is a standard (AP) James R. Most of the vicitms were American -runway and burst, into flames. plane> struck a 42-foot antenna- 20 miles off Cadiz, Spain. The parachuted and were injured.A .
Chou En-lai.! sideshow for visitors to the 481- Hoffa, president of the Teamsters military personnel. Seventy-three persons died in like aircraft navigational aid plane, based at Jacksonville, U.S. Air Force C119 carry-
foot monument.As Union and code- A fifth plane, a ILS. Air Force the wreckage and another two just inside the base fence, hit Fla., was taking part in manue- ing 43 student paratroopers to
Chou gave him a fountain pen seven supersonic fighter, crashed inthe died in the base hospital. the taxi on a road running along vers off the U.S. Polaris sub- a jump zone made a crash landing
five months ago. Khrushchevgave Khrushchev watched the fendants raided a Teamsters Philippines today but the The other victim was an the base perimeter, and broke marine base at Rota, Spain. in a field near Searle, Ala.
him four kisses. 37-year-old Egyptian streak to pension fund in order to help pilot> parachuted to safety. American serviceman riding in up in flames. Four crewmen were killed in Two men were killed.
the top in four minutes, he said Hoffa out of personal financial The four fatal crashes occurred -a taxi which the plane struck as I
"A kiss is worth a thousand to Field Marshal Abdel Hakim The C135 was on a troop airlift -
difficulties, the federal government Monday in the Philip- it headed for the runway the mission from Travis Air:
I pounds, said the climber Hef-Amer: "Give me a week to train pines, off Spain, in southern I WE CAN'T AFFORDTV
Air Force said.
charged in U.S. Base Calif. It to return'
Monday I was
and I will
(Advertisement) race you. England and in Alabama.
District Court.In The eight people- on board sick and injured personnel to\ COMMERCIALSAREN'T
AVERAGE AMERICAN INCOME "I would need two years to get who survived the crash were in the United States. ( YOU GLAD)
ready for that," joked Amer, 41. his opening statement of China UnlikelyTo the base hospital. The Filipinocab The Air Force said the crash I We don't have that kind of money but what we do haveis
the mail fraud and conspiracytrial driver and another American fast prompt, courteous service we can't afford poor
j, The average income of American "That's why I picked ," was the first involving a C135
you Make UN in the taxi also service either. See us for a loan from-
of the defendants, passenger in the Western Air
families rose to $7,140 in said the 70-year-old Khrushchev. eight Transport
1962 from Charles Z. Smith, were hospitalized. Force, and only the second fora -
choose
$6,920 in 1961. In 1947It "I always my com- special as
UNITED NATIONS
N.Y.
I was $4,130. petitors carefully." sistant U.S. said the Aboard the four-engine C135 MATS C135 in more than 75 S
attorney, CAP-The) U.S. delegation to were 9 Air Force crewmen, a million miles the service has I
I I government would prove that the United Nations has concluded -flight nurse, 48 Air Force passengers -flown the big planes since June [C)
SHOES. BY ADAMS I they fraudulently arranged $25 that Red China's chances of 19 Navy men, 4 Coast 1961.
I million in loans from the getting into the United Nationsat Guardmen and 2 Nationalist
pension In the other fatal crashes:
First in first in quality And It's Confidential
style the fall session of the General! Chinese."I .
fund over a 4-year peri
-
Lowest prices at I od. Assembly have not improved don't think anybody knows Paid Advertising
ignificantly. what caused this thing," an Air
Community Shoe ShopMen's Smith told a jury of eight men Authoritative sources said Force spokesman said. "There Marion Finance (0.
and four women that $1 million U.S. officials believe France's was nothing in the plane's behavior 1

Shoes 6.95 to 12.95Boy's of that amount was diverted to recognition of the Peking regime that could give a clue to Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks
I the defendants' own use. will have little effect in any mechanical failure." 1 18 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6.5333TOMORROW
Shoes 2.95 to 6.95 the assembly. No indication of distress came
The jury and four alternateswere
Men's Sport Shirts and Ban-Lon Shirts selected after two weeks oi -

3.95 examining prospective jurors
2.95 to during which nearly 600 venire- ONLY
-
Ladies and men's hosiery in all the latest men were questioned.

colors and' shades at low prices.First Smith said the loans were partof
a scheme to help extricate
class shoe repair, dying and polishing Hoffa from personal financial
difficulties stemming from his
735 N.W. 5th Avenue Phone 29354NEW envcdvement in a housing proj
,
ect for retired persons in Bre-
vard County Fla., called Sun
r "' Valley Inc.Smith .

FOR 64 a tall, bespectacled Negro S I -
told the jury Hoffa used his
FIBER-GLASS ROTARY FROMMDTDMDWfl
influence to obtain fraudulent
loans in return for which the
defendants received kickbacksin
the form of fees, stock op-
BOUNCING
10 pounds lighter than conventional models tions and stock interest.

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I WITH SNAP CROTCH. '.
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Hoffa DealsWASHINGTON .
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(AP) The .. G:2' .
We re's how Mote-Mower's new Safety- Labor Department prepared to- I :: .
Guard Blade works to push objectslike day to dig into Teamsters Union
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rocks down to the ground. .
7 financial records to find out how \ r: .. .
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legal -
much the union has paid in f
I ; expenses for its oftindictedpresident I.
BONUS I
$7995BUDGET James R. Hoffa.
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"We are going into the various I- COUPONS I .
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cases involved, said a I
spokesman for Secretary of Labor .
FOR SAFER, EASIER MOWING, W. Willard Wirtz, who announced "-- ,, cUP'TH'SCOUPDN : : i

Get A New MOTO-MOWER Now At the unprecedented investigation 1 WOODBURY. y. .
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Monday. to&f iiUu> j clionyoi ;
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vestigation may take at least I 10 0ounce 331. Chinos; embroideredoppliqued; SML e xrya I.00
TV six weeks because of a maze of $\. Si*e : a jj j .'
419 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-5303: financial dealings between Hof- : with Coupon p II
fa and his various lawyers in a
"-- x'y fPON II
number of states. I I s A +V

While the Labor Department xC I
I has conducted thousands of in- 1
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vestigations into the alleged improper I.I DRU FF SH AMpO > s
DAN ,
use of union funds, a c x x
QUIET COMFORT source said the Hoffa case is the 1 t2L

-by the roomfulFRIGIDAIRE first involving the question of t r
see
legal fees. I\- ijs 1

The Investigation, under the VWTH COCK
1959 Landrum-Griffin labor law,, ;
was viewed as another blow to I .
the sorely beset Hoffa. He was I. (t ,; ;, Ii

ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS recently sentenced to eight ,

years in prison on one federa. = Get big savings z y'
charge, a decision he is appealing
and he is now on trial in I NOW A
j Chicago on a charge of misusing -

union funds. There are also I CO fCHHOUtCUMTY ....;.., s ,
increasing signs of unrest :.
among his 1.7 million union t-. VANTA .
members.The ? NAZA&. TH EYQtflOSHJRTEES .6 steering _.1- Baby rid. soWy fe ,. I

amount of Hoffa's legal I- "WEI- COLWmLE \ j a BABY'S BABYCARRY.ALL
r expenses has been estimated by 1 COME "STRANGER* CAR SEAT 1 .i
labor sources from hundreds of I BATH1NETTE PORT. STROLLER Strong tutelar $** 1

million.thousands of dollars up to $1 1 A-CR1B THESE". CNUXla 'BlcERRE6.-5 87 BABY WALKER 277 27 I

1 r D. Lux .od.1 with Infants ,rid along In
SALE Although the Labor Depart FIELDTEX .' BEACON Dvrablo cKIHy stroller ....77 foam-cuhan teat, comfort, sitting or II.., .
ment can only investigate and I cosco PAK-Nrr chrome Handle, disc nib back highchair hooks Ingl! Adjustabl. contour
make the amount of un I ber tired wheels Peacoe Baby can walk and bounce endlessly adjust to Baby can sit Mat and snooztr, pod. 1
public SNUG N DRY". DEN- '
blae vpHabfery) collapses -it's tubular steel 1; has washable or stands His very own dd straps and ear sat
ion funds paid to defend Hoffa,, 1 hUS MITCHELL easily to. star* offer plaid seal} plastic play-baS trim; -lfce!JIg wfe.*l" taps back; ball trim U* gift
It it's the humidity"Don't the probe might open the way Itlt.gl PIasfic-wheelS- stores easily turn butyl d box
ain't the heat for individual Teamsters su .

.Buy Just A funds.union officers to recover th STOCK UP ON THESE BARGAIN ESSENTIALS

1 I
Room Air Cooler Already challenged by both BABY BLANKETS PLASTIC- DIAPER BAG SUPER PANTIES
1 FIELDTEX
158 c
rank-and-file Teamsters and theunion's ...kstsd, :ip4.t fop odpsfabi stoop.- 'pIastiq bcBbiaeB print _. ..,-
Buy A executive board on payment I 26x36 100% Cotton.Colorfast. 2/97.
GIFT SET
TRAINING PANTY Ii
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER"There I of the legal fees, Hoffa 1 gown & kimono or blonktt & IJmoM _97 C plastic double terry-Kited crofcfc 1 to It wfctt. i
I would be in serious financial I INFANTS' BOOTIES NA7ARETHSHIRT
Difference"Let trouble if he were permanently 178 '48C ;
Is A I s.f) -acquords,; white, pastels -
barred from tapping the union .' s sle.vesss{ overlap shoulder" iMrfe 3 to 6 .
show "Under the Hood" of the NEW I his snowballing GIFT SETS by"Wekomt Stronger"* CURITY DIAPER i.H
us you treasury to pay 1 87C 3 for g' 7c 97 i.I
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CONDITIONER. towel I, wailidoth & Bib art ctnter panel gaUD
FRIGIDAIRE ROOM AIR legal expenses.Hoffa
I RUBBER SHEETING NAZARETH SHIRT JOHNSON'S BABY POWDER i.I
DRY COOLING More Moisture Removal has agreed to his stop using I .,%1 *x IIIChes 47 C ..,.... pntlcntrj onmrinp rfirnnVrrj 1 tr a- Kit fSfJ __ ,
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CALIFORNIA MAY PROVE KEY F r

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Saiurzuflkf Stat ?' ". Can> : Goldwater Be Stopped? II IIBy I



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RICHARD WILSON. dency. suspicion that Goldwater can logical conditions for his victory for Goldwater In

' JOHN FablUheri R. HAKAISOM.PAT COWLES.PrctUeml Tie PretVttnlt ** Chief, Cowles Washington Several visitors report not make the grade. If he cannot nomination. California would swing the

ED JOHNSON. Vie PretUentM Bureau that General Eisenhower in- Nixon's cause would not pendulum again and he would

[ Florida's Beautiful ExecmUf EdlUo W. G. lam) WASHINGTON D.C. In dicates his opposition to Sen- be served by alienating in ad- SUPPORTERS of Henry Ca- head into the national convention
I EBEKSOLE. Tie Presideat and Ad. several meetings with cam- ator Goldwater but intends to vance support which might bot Lodge are joining in this six weeks from then as

City' LIONE.vertbtBf Tic DirccUrt PrevtieBt BOB sad TAITAG.IIiver8lty Crl- paign advisers Richard M. avoid the role of decision- come his way after a firstor move. At best this is a difficult the favorite.

U.. MUIer.I Nixon has decided to take no maker on the presidential second inconclusive ballotat technique. Republicansare But if Goldwater falters in
wait to nomination. the convention.This asked to vote for a man
but to
overt steps see California he will be
THE SUN'S POLICY pouncedupon
what happens in the Gold- Nixon's strategy is canny. condition in the Repub- they may not support in orderto

I 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. water push for the presi- Underlying it must be the lican Party centers all atten- deliver a set-back to a man and the delegations com
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only m-editorial* they oppose. mitted to him and leaning to

3. Publish .all sides of important controversial issues. tion on the June 2 primary The general opinion of poli- him will be shaken. All the

in California. It is in this tical observers is that Henry
j state delegation statistics
The Sun's telephones: All Deartments-372.8441
Ads-376-4672 CONSCIENCE OF context that the recent warm Cabot Lodge will probablylead point toward a Goldwater

I Wont endorsement of Gov rnor in the Oregon primary nomination but it is surprising -

r THE SOUTHBy Rockefeller by Thomas E. followed by Nixon. Lately how many politicians acknowledge

t Property Owner Rights Dewey should be placed. An there have been reports, how- this and still do

A V attempt is being made to ever, that Lodge may not not think the Republican Party .
RALPH McGILL unite behind Rockefeller all show up quite so well as ex will nominate him.
Senator Barry Goldwater com- that he allow the neighbors to screen
Palltser PrU Winmlar PmkUshcr the latent opposition to Gold- pected. In any case, the Ore-
1'4 mented during his recent visit to At- prospective purchasers. Ol the AUa....
lanta, Ga., on the "backlash" to the cannot make in Califor- more as a negative sign the Republican Party has
Except when color is involved. nia the kind of showing he for Goldwater than as a posi- been under the control of

civil rights bill he sees "developing Tenants in this case feel free to ad- : needs to create the psycho- tive one for Lodge. A big eastern interests. These people

throughout the country." The Ari- vise property owners to whom they used to be called the east-

zona Republican said, "People in the should rent. Neighbors think nothingof = ON THE RIGHT = : with ern their international associates set in, other and, + !

North and West, while they want the applying pressure to dictate the Who and WhatThe I 'I parts of the country, they

Negro to have all his rights, don't choice of buyer if there is a suggestion have played a major part in : I

want their property rights violated. a home may be sold to non- ( first of a background series of three articles on the' Is CORE nominating the last five Re- I
candidates for
people feel they should have whites. region now designated as an emergency region in the war tour ident.publican They met their pres-most

the right to say who lives near on poverty.) serious challenge in Robert A.
The effect of this is to diminish the WASHINGTON The Southern Appalachians have been
them. called "a pattern of unity in diversity." A part of the vast Like This? Taft and overcame it.
right of to sell and
a property owner and lengthy range that reaches from Canada into Alabama, If these same interests are

The senator was evidently refer- rent as he sees fit. Fair housing legis- Georgia and South Carolina, the southernmost region is not successful again Nixon, Gov. t

ring to opposition to fair housing lation in a real sense enlarges the even now well known. By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR., William Scranton of Pennsylvania !

for adoption by freedom of property owners by Shortly after the turn of the century, Horace Kephart, or some like-minded
proposed
legislation first writer to make a long term study of the region could Have you ever heard a frequently deficient con- candidate will move in when
them from the
I state and local governments. The freeing pressures of not find any published material that would serve as a guide. speech by a representative of sciences; but there are many Goldwater weakens and take

f civil rights measure before Congresshas tenants and neighbors who would His book, "Oue Southern Highlands" was for years the one the Congress of Racial Equal reasons why they should, the nomination.But .

nothing to do with housing, except limit rentals and sales only to whites.It volume providing an insight into the sequestered lives and ity? I have, last week; for every time they lacerate the Goldwater people do not

that involving transients in hotels creates a freer housing market. customs of the people. Kephart was there before the loggers the first time. For the last white community, pause also think this can happen againso
Fair housing laws restrict property came to cut the giant trees. time, I hope and pray, if the to acknowledge that in Amer- before
easily as pointingout
,
motels.
and
other gentlemen of CORE ica great efforts are being
owners only to the extent of that Taft never went intoa
pre- RAILS CAME TO take out coal and timber. The exploitation makes a case like that of made.

The reference to the belief of people venting decisions on housing from was ruthless. It produced denuded mountain slopes, and Floyd McKissick, the Na- Of course it is easy to shat- Republican like convention the with

in "the right to say who lives being made solely on the basis of silted up creeks and rivers. When mining became mecha- tional Chairman, who regaled ter such generalizations as anything delegates
pledged to or favoring Gold-
them" is a curious way of describing race. nized, strip-mining tore and ripped huge areas into con- the students and faculty Mr. McKissick does, by point water.
near
voluted and tortuous ridges of sub soil and deep raw pits of Albion College, Michi- ing out to one or another act
the problem. No one, of that are like the legendary valley of the moon. In Kep- gan, with the nature of the of brutality against one or an- Attempts to convince the

course, has any right to determinewho The "right" to discriminate, and hart's time the people were hidden by the isolation of the Negroes' plight in Americaand other Negro. But where do Nixon group that this is the

lives nearby. No one, in fact, the "right" of tenants and neighborsto roadless mountains. Their life was, in some aspects, harshly aroused in me that senti- such discussions lead? In the true condition in the party,
barren of comfort. There too much in- ment I fear most in myself; Mr.McKissick's and Goldwater will win if a
has any assurance that the home upI put pressure on property owners idyllic, though was three days preceding
I the street will not be sold to loud- to discriminate, are not the kind of breeding. The diet was unbalanced. There was meager a disgust with the overstate- speech three stop Goldwater movement is
of the suffi- not quickly organized have
schooling."We ment problem white people were brutally
mouth drunks. No one to our knowl- rights city councils and state legis- read more and talk more about the Filipino," said cient to distract me from the killed in New York City by not been successful. There is

I edge has ever suggested to a seller latures need worry about protecting. Kephart, "see more of the Chinese and Syrians, than of overarching obligation of all young Negroes on a wanton no concerted stop Goldwater

these three million next-door Americans who are of colonial white men in America, whichis racist binge of violence di- movement, except in the sense

ancestry and mostly British stock.... The mountaineers of to exert themselves to help dected against white peoplein that Californians of all factions -

I J the South are marked apart from all other folks by dialect, the Negro. Harlem. are being urged to vote {

custom, by character and self-conscious isolation.... No one But as I sat there and lis- for Rockefeller.NO .
What do we have to gain
of the can understand the attitude of our Highlanders until he tened to Mr. McKissick de-
Voice by trading off statistics of f
People realizes their amazing isolation from all that lies beyond the cribe life in this country for this kind? Nothing at all, I SUCH movement could

blue hazy skyline of their mountains...." the American Negro as suggest.The reach its peak of effectiveness \

though it were life in Aus- without the active par- I

c On The Sun's Opinion Page THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE were not merely separatedfrom chwitz, my blood began to point is: the whites ticipation of General Eisen- \
the outside world. They were cut off from one another. boil: not in outrage againstthe must struggle to overcome hower. So long as he remains I
Each confined for generations to his restricted locality. behavior of prejudices which are, in the I
was
outrageous so detached, and confines himself
Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters of them innate.
must b. signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot They were, in a sense, somewhat like many persons .in the many white people against so majority merely to urging every- I
be written only side of the Poetry cannot ba used. The of the Andes in South America. And the leaders of the Negro
exceed 500 words and must on one paper. deep-notched valleys many Negroes, but againstthe body to run for the nomination I
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the waters meaning or Including fringes, the Southern Appalachians is a regionof sickly defamation upon movement must encourage the opposition to Gold-

'rnr. some 112,000 square miles, an area almost as large as our society, the lurid distor- them to do so not by defama- water will lack its most ef

Letter cerned to emphasize and enforce about our Senior Citizens that of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. As now de- tions of Mr. McKissick tory, genocidal assaults on fective form.A .

Open are such as we (white folks over 65. But what of fined as an objective of the war on the misery and degra- whose invitation to his audi- the white community, but by good Republicanswho
Americans) have been enjoy- dation of that dominates the the appeals to charity, reason, many
To HollandEDITOR our "handicapped" citizens of poverty now region, area ence amounted, in effect, to previously took an active -
ing for longer than we can re is some 600 miles long and about 250 miles across at its an invitation to hate America. mercy love. The 'Negro people
the Awkward ? (Too old to interest in the presidential -
member. What the white man age widest point. This amounts to about 80,000 square miles. There seventeen million in this country have one
Sun: Perhaps you has always had, this bill proposes get a job and too young to The census count of 1960 gave it a population of 5,672,178. white people are in this country.I great weapon, alongside whichall nomination seem to be in
would be interested in publishing that all should have. get Social Security.) their Supreme Court de- a trance. They are watchingthe
for them too.
in your "voice of the peoplett What is revolutionary in that? There are many like that, THE ANCESTRY of these Southern mountain men Is am McKis- cisions, all their sit-ins and California primary come
column this open letter Not the rights themselves, but from Ulster of Swiss What brought Mr. stall-ins are like pea-shooters: and go as if it were an act
Scotch-Irish with
who want to work, and who largely a sprinkling
which I have written to Sena- the people who (it is sick the greatest cheers wasa and that is the general good in a play in which they were
proposed have to work, to keep their and Palatine Germans. The latter were the first to come.
tor Smathers. ) shall now enjoy them." .. the into the statement about a seven- nature of the American ma- not much interested.In .
very prized independence. Philadelphia was tljen great entry port prom- enteredin
Dear Sen. Smathers Writing of the courage and who do not want to ask their ised land. By 1682 groups of reformed or Lutheran pioneershad year-old Negro school girl after threeyears' jority. If Mr. McKissick is an fact, they may not be
white
I am writing to urge your career of Sen. Lamar of Mississippi children for a place to live settled westward of the Quakers in valleys at the foot- a the example of what CORE has to much interested. The more

support of the Civil Rights Act our late President and food to eat. I am, throughno hills of the Blue Ridge and the Alleghanies. For a time, they exertions by legal offer, I offer it as my opinion they watch President: Johnsonthe
now being proposed by bIpartisan Kennedy wrote: fault of my own, without a were the most westward British settlements in the new arm of a civil rights organization. that he is a burden to his more satisfied they seem t
Senate leadership.We When asked by the race, more destructive of the to become with the prospectof
"He was anxious to demon- job and each time I apply I world.A
the of the
teacher to rest
see all around us in Flori- strate to the nation that states- hear the old, sad refrain: few years later another, and larger, class began to in join prospects for Negro liberty his incumbency for some
class
singing, "My coun-
da conditions that make this manship was not dead in the "I'm sorry, Mrs. -, but arrive, the Ulstermen of Ireland. When James I, in 1607, try 'tis of thee, Sweet landof than the Ku Klux Klan. years to come.

legislation necessary to protect South nor was the South desirous it is company policy not to confiscated the estates in the six counties of Ulster, he at- the little
liberty, girl
the Constitutional rightsof of repudiating national obligation hire anyone over 35." tempted to settle them with Scottish and English Presby-
stubbornly declined to do so.
American and Florida citi and honor. He felt it terians. Within a few years these settlers were in bitter ;
Most of (al- Why? Because, Mr. McKis- Memo
women my age
zens.I was of particular importancethat conflict with the British crown. Leases were cancelled. Per- Washington
who work do because sick told the audience, even
think the heart of the ques- the South should not follow most 60)) so secutions and harassments began. The neighboring Irish detested ,
they have to dependon at the age of seven the little
tion is expressed by KennethJ. a narrow sectional courseof them as usurpers. The heavy migration of rural Eng-
in the what they can earn, and Negro girl could not partici- From the Cowles Washington Bureau
writing action.
Foreman, lish and Scotch Irish did not begin until after 1700. A few
"handicapped" people pate in such an act of arrant
(Southern) Presbyterian OUTLOOK How would President Kenne- we French Huguenots, who had moved into Ulster, came with
are usually.more dependable, hypocrisy as to call this a HOW IT HAPPENED: In Atlanta, Ga., last week President
May 4, 1964: dy, if he had lived, writtenof steadier and certainly more them. An estimated 500,000 of these settlers came between land of liberty. Johnson reminisced about his 1960 election campaign for ,the
of the mat- and states- 1675 and 1725 with the in the last
"The bare bone your courage largest numbers coming said
experienced. More depend- vice presidency. During a speech at Atlanta, he Mrs.
the Act (if and whenit manship? Will be remem- half of that period. Philadelphia the arrival port for
ter is that you able because we need the was ALL RIGHT, granted: thereis Betty Talmadge, wife of the Democratic senator from that
becomes one) is intended DENY to bered by history with the Lu- job... we aren't working until most of them. no land of liberty, any- state, went up onto the speaker's platform to greet Mrs. i
to and Sam Hous-
destroy our liberty cius Lamars something "better" comes where and never will be, Johnson. "That was a wonderful sight for all of us," Mr.
"
with the Theodore TWO SLOWED westward and turnedit
others. tons FACTORS
liberty to or along; or until we decide to migration anywhere, if by liberty Is un- Johnson said. "But the real sight for sore eyes was to see
The cry of "property rights"and Bilbos and Bobby Bakers? have a family.So toward the South. They were the French and Indian wars derstood true lib e r t y for ol' Herman following along like a buck deer. I knew when

"states rights" raised I hope despite your previous: and the physical barrier of the Appalachians. The area be- everyone under every circum- Betty got on that platform I could put Herman in front of

against it is only a smokescreen position you will support this when politicians talk tween what is now Pittsburgh and Knoxville, Tennessee, stance. But the little girl lives that microphone and Georgia would go Democratic." '
who Citizens and the aflame with Indian raids warfare. Settlers in Virginia -
put up by those bill. about Senior was and in a land where the federal *

want to preserve privileges (THE REV.) RICHARD HIERS handicapped, how about in- and Pennsylvania pushed on into the passes that led judiciary spends a large proportion SCIENCE: With proper fanfare the office of education last
which they have stolen from cluding us of the Awkward into safer depths of the many-folded mountains. These occu-
of its time hearing the week announced award of a research grant for $9,000 to
others and are now desperately Consider The Age? We need some consid- pied western Virginia and western North Carolina and complaints of Negroes and Concordia College, at Moorhead, Minn. Title of the subjectto
trying to keep for the m- eration. eastern Tennessee. Daniel Boone first led a party of hunters
be researched "A Curriculum Guide of
trying to act on them; where : Published Solo
selves. To quote again from Awkward Age from Pennsylvania and continguous counties of Virginiainto "
ONE OF THE AWKWARDAGE the white oppressors spend Song Cycles.
Mr. Foreman: Kentucky in 1769. Six years later he began to colonizeit hundreds of millions of dol- *
which it is con EDITOR, Sun: Much is said in defiance of fiat issued the of
"The rights a by royal governor DIAL P FOR the President's
lars agitating for improve- PIG: During tour of the
North Carolina. By 1830 perhaps a million persons were in ments in Negro conditions and south the Signal Corps set up a direct line to the White

FEVERBy Southern Appalachia. contributing to those improvements House at each stop, as it always does. At Goldsboro N.C.,

POTOMAC ; where both it installed two temporary phones at the farm of a'sharecropper I

Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlendit major political parties exhort whom the President was to visit. On the switch
the public to acts of racial board at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, the two phones

Harry S. Truman has a happy 80th birthday. It's his lucky number. The 80th harmony and generosity; were labeled pinetree and hog pen because one was hung

made him famous-and vice versa. where the churches are in- on a tree, the other on the side of a pig pen.
congress IUrrmHJIJJ creasingly urgent in their *

-- moral strictures for racial QUICK STUDY: If President's children weren't smart 1

Suburban Long Island housewives are indicted in connection with a split- \SMPfgra[ reconciliation; where the aver enough to catch on pretty fast they probably wouldn't be

vice ring. It's hard to understand how they got involved when they age member of the lower president's children. Witness Miss Luci Baines Johnson, 15.

level in school there was no law against praying. class of Negroes enjoys a Few days ago she joined a group of girls on the lawn of
were -- standard of living higher than National Cathedral School, where she is a student. They were
that of the average memberof examining a pair of mice in a box. Said Luci: "You should
week. It excitingandwait
this
Washington had its first genuine election ballots!l' was.- l the upper class of Negroesin pick them up by the tail-but I'm not going to do it."
the -
until next week,_ when we count ,the typical African state; *

-- where the average Negra ONE BIG DEMOCRATIC FAMILY; Jn New York pot long
industry to help sell his antipoverty -
President Johnson asks the advertising wields more political influence ago President Johnson encountered Mr. and Mrs. Harry S.

programs TVith' slogans! ",I and all, like "Are you.starving, more- and enjOying locally and nationally, Truman and gave her a warm hug. Said Harry, 'There's not

it less? Switch to riches. than the average Negro doesin many men I would let greet my wife like that. Mr. Johnson
.
replied instantly, "Well, there are not many men I'd let
makesit any state run by Negroes; I
vice That
New York's Mayor Wagner saYshes available for president. and where the average Negro take my wife .to Greece except you." Mrs. Johnson accompanied
almost unanimous the only Democrat who's not after the job is LyndonB. enjoys more rights as a Mr. Truman to Athens this spring for the funeral of I

Johnson.If minority than any white man King Paul.

enjoys as a minority in mostof !
scientists are so smart, how come they can't explain why it takes, so the African states run by
out when you're going to sneeze i ;
much longer to get your handkerchief + : ; flP Negroes. a

certainly is,a primitive form of life on Mars.
scientist says there almost THERE ARE for M <
One reasons R
bill is being amended to conform.Sen. 1.-tA....,_._ FAt4A ; ht
The foreign aid )9y1,to: W'fin the seven-year-old, and her

Mrs. Olson parents, and the gentlemen 1 t- / .. !:
the civil rights bill will protect a. ,
Hubert Humphrey loveable says character but she doesn't run a tourist homein "Oh, yeh! Who said you.could cut up my Goldwater; of CORE, to continue to agitate t t---r I
too. Airs. Murphy is a rticker/' to continue to engage

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By RICHARD WILSON water push for the presi Nixon's strategy Is canny., needs to create the psycho victory for Goldwater In
JOHN R. RAK&ISOV. Prtildeat *airabUiberi Chief, Cowles Washington dency. Underlying it must be the logical conditions for his California would swing the

I ED PAT JOHNSOX.COWLES.Tie Ylc President Pre ldentj Bureau Several visitors report suspicion that Goldwater can- nomination. pendulum again and he would
WASHINGTON, D.C. In that General Eisenhower indicates not make the grade. If he
I Florida's! Beautiful Ml EsenUn EdiUri W. G. (BID) can- head into the national convene
EBEKSOLE. Tie President Ml Ad- several meetings with cam his opposition to Sen- not, Nixon's cause would not SUPPORTERS of Henry Cabot tion six weeks from then as
'University City' TertUtaf DIrectori BOB TAKTAO- paign advisers Richard M. ator Goldwater but intends to be served by alienating in ad- Lodge are joining in this the favorite.
LIONE. Tie President and Clreul- Nixon has decided to take no avoid the role of decision- vance support which might move. At best this is a difficult -
tion MU&jCX. But if
Goldwater falters in
overt steps but to wait to see maker, on the presidential come' his way after a firstor technique. Republicansare
, THE SUN'S POLICY what happens in the Gold- nomination.ICOLORED second inconclusive ballotat asked to vote for a man California he will be pounced

I the convention.This they may not support in orderto upon and the delegations committed -
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news! columns.
J' 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In-editorials NEWS condition in the Repub- deliver a set-back to a man to him and leaning to
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. lican Party centers all atten- they oppose. him will be shaken. All the
The general opinion of political
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372.8441 tion on the June 2 primaryin state delegation statistics
observers is that Henry
B. F. Childs Colored News Editor
point toward a Goldwater
t Want Ads-376-4672 California. It is in this Cabot Lodge will probablylead
I NOTICE niversary began yesterday at nomination but it is surpris-
context that the recent warm in the Oregon primary
I The choral ,group of Lodge the St. Paul Baptist Ch u r c h endorsement of Gov e rnor followed by Nixon. Lately ing how many politicians acknowledge
Property Owner Rights; No. 113 is asked to meet and lasts to May 17. The sched- Rockefeller by Thomas E. there have been reports, however this and still do
t .L V '-'" Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the ule of activities is as follows: Dewey should be placed. An that Lodge may not not will think the Republican Party

( Senator Barry Goldwater commented that he allow the neighbors to screen home of Mr. and Mrs. Churl i e Wednesday at 8 p.m., Rev. attempt is being made to show up quite so well as ex nominate him.
It c Ross, of 704 S.W. 6th Terrace, Ned Banks, pastor and his con-
during his recent visit to Atlanta prospective purchasers. unite behind Rockefeller all pected. In any case, the Ore-
for rehearsal. C. W. Ross, president gregation will conduct a j joint the latent opposition to Gold- gon outcome would be regarded FOR A GOOD many years
Ga., on the "backlash" to the ; Mrs. P. L. Scott, report service; Thursday at 8 p.m. water so.that the Arizona senator more as a negative sign the Republican Party has
Except when color is involved.
civil rights bill he sees "developing er. Rev. Anderson, pastor and his cannot make in Califor- for Goldwater than as a posi- been under the control of
The Arizona Tenants in this case feel free to ad- congregation will also conducta nia the kind of showing he tive one for Lodge. A big eastern interests. These people
throughout the country. vise property owners to whom they WILLISTON NEWS joint service; Friday at 8 p.m., used to be called the eastern -

Republican said, "People in the should rent. Neighbors think nothingof Annual Meeting SuccessfulThe the Southland Singers will appear international set, and

North and West, while they want the applyipg pressure to dictate the Prince HaIl Origin Free in a program; Sunday at = ON THE RIGHT = with their associates in other
and Ancient York 3 p.m. Choirs' Festival; and I parts of the
Accepted country, they
have all his rights, don'twant choice of buyer if there is a sugges-
Negro to 4 p.m., refreshments will be have
Right Masons National Compact played a major part in
their property rights violated. tion a home may be sold to non- 69th Annual Meeting w as served. ,L Is CORE nominating the last five Re-

people feel they should have whites. held at Williston on April 24 The public is invited.. Mrs. publican candidates for pres-

the right to say who lives near with Samuel Lodge No. 47 as M.ANNIVERSARYThe L. Bryant reporter. ident. They met their most

them." The effect of this is to diminish the host, and was successful. serious challenge in Robert A.

right of a property owner to sell and There were interesting addresses Progressive Choirs' Union Like This? Taft and overcame it.

1 The senator was evidently referring rent as he sees fit. Fair housing legis- made by several guests. 7th anniversary began yes- If these same interests are

to opposition to fair housing lation in a real sense enlarges the During the meeting, the following -terday and lasts to May 17. The successful again Nixon, Gov.
1 officers were elected: schedule of programs is as By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. William Scranton of Pennsyl-
t legislation proposed for adoption by freedom of property owners by Hon. S. G. McGinnis, G. M.; follows: vania or some like-minded

J state and local governments. The freeing them from the pressures of Hon. R. J. Harris, D.G.M.; W. The Spring Hill Baptist Church Have you ever heard a our frequently deficient con- candidate will move in when

civil rights measure before Congress tenants and neighbors who would C. Johnson, G.S.W.; A. C. Choir will render .a pro- speech by a representative of sciences; but there are many Goldwater weakens and take

has nothing to do with housing, except limit rentals and sales only to whites.It Hall, G.J.W.; B. J. Michael, G. gram Wednesday 8 p.m.; and the Congress of Racial Equality reasons why they lacerate should the, the nomination.But .
S.; J. D. Lee GJD; Nathan- the Mt. Herman Baptist: Church ? I have last week; for every time they Goldwater do not
,, that involving transients in hotels creates a freer housing market. white also people
the first time. For the last community, pause
iel Daniels, G treasurer; R. E. Choir will also render a pro- think this can happen againso
t and motels. Fair housing laws restrict property Kyler. G. secretary; Rev. W. B. gram Thursday at 8 p.m. time, I hope and pray, if the to acknowledge that in Amer. easily as before, pointingout
owners only to the extent of other gentlemen of CORE ica great efforts are being
f pre- Evans, G. chaplain; and Na- that Taft never went intoa
The reference to the belief of people venting decisions on housing from than King, G Tyler. NOTICE makes a case like that of made.Of Republican convention with

in "the right to say who lives being made solely on the basis of Floyd McKissick the Na- course it is easy to shat- anything like the delegates
The Rev. Joseph Camps and tional Chairman who regaled ter such generalizations, as
P.T.A. MEETING SET
near them" is a curious way of describing race. The Parent Teacher Association -his group will be heard over the students and facul- Mr. McKissick does, by point- water.pledged to or favoring Gold-

the problem. No one of of D u val Elementary Radio Station WGGG each Sun- ty of Albion College Michi- ing out to one or another act

course has any right to determine \ The "right" to discriminate, and School will hold its regular day morning at 7 a.m. Mrs. gan, with the nature of theNegroes' of brutality against one or an- Nixon Attempts group to that convince this is the the

t who lives nearby. No one, in fact, the "right" of tenants and neighbors meeting at the school today at Hattie Perry, reporter. plight in America other Negro. But where do true condition in the
and aroused in me that senti- such discussions lead? In the party
has any assurance that the home up to put pressure on property ownersto 7:30 p.m.During. PERSONALSMrs. ment I fear most in myself; three days preceding Mr. and Goldwater will win if a

the street will not be sold to loud discriminate, are not the kind of the meeting, there will Lilian Williams left recently a disgust with the overstate- McKissick's speech three stop Goldwater movement is

mouth drunks. No one to our knowl- rights city councils and state legis- be the election of officers and for Marianna because of ment of the problem sufficient I- white people were brutally not quickly organized, have

edge has ever suggested to a seller latures need worry about protecting. also plans for the school t e rm the illness of her father in a hospital to distract me from the killed in New York City by not been successful. There is
1964-65 will be made. all no concerted Goldwater
there. overarching obligation of young Negroes on a wanton stop
.(; Rev. E. Rollins and Rev. Bob- white men in America, whichis racist binge of violence di- movement, except in the sense
TO MEET bie Sheifield, both of Jacksonville to exert themselves to help dected against white peoplein that Californians of all factions -
The All Star Group of the Undenominational were visitors at Gainesville the Negro. Harlem. are being urged to vote

Choirs Unio n recently. Mrs. F. D. Shan- But as I sat there and listened for Rockefeller.NO .
Voice of the PeopleOn will meet ,at the home of Mrs. non, reporter.Mrs. to Mr. McKissick de- by What trading do we off have statistics to gain of I

Hattie Shuman at Arredonda to- Sallie Moses recently returned cribe life in this country for this SUCH movement could
kind? Nothing at all, I
day at 8 p.m.HAMPTON to Gainesville from Con- the American Negro as suggest. reach its peak of effectiveness -
\ cord, Ga., where she attended though it were life in Auschwitz without the active par
The Sun's Opinion Page= NEWSTo burial services for her hus- my blood began to The point is: the whites ticipation of General Eisen-

r Appear In ProgramThe band, Booker T, Moses. Mrs. boil: not in outrage againstthe must struggle to overcome hower. So long as he remains
V Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters following will appear in Esther W/Hamm, reporter. outrageous behavior of so prejudices which are in the detached, and confines him
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Macedonia majority of them, innate.
programs at the Mrs. Claronelle Smith, Griffin many white people against so self merely to urging
words and be written side I everybody
exceed 500 must on only one of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The And the leaders of the
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Baptist Church: Thursday at 8 a teacher in the St. Peters- many Negroes but againstthe Negro to run for the nomina-
.i"b"t...__n__ p.m. the Philadelphia Baptist burg Public School System, sickly defamation upon movement must encourage tion, the opposition to Gold-
Letter cerned to emphasize and en- about our Senior Citizens Church senor choir; and also was visiting in Gainesville the our society, the lurid distor- them tory to genocidal do so not assaults by defama- water will lack its most. effective ,
Open at 8 singers from weekend.W. tions of Mr. McKissick on
Friday past form.
I force are such as we (white folks over 65 But what of p.m. the white but
I To Holland Americans) have been enjoy- : the Church of the Kingdom of G. McLaurin, a teacher in whose invitation to his audi- appeals to community, by A good many Republicanswho
charity, reason,
our citizens of
"handicapped"
A I ing for longer than we can re God, Gainesville. the St. Petersburg Public School ence amounted, in effect, to love. The previously took an active -
I member. What the white man the Awkward age? (Too old to -- System was the guest of his an invitation to hate America. mercy Negro people interest in the presid/
EDITOR, Sun: Perhaps you has always had, this bill pro- get a job and too young to AILING AT HOME: mother, Mrs. K. E. Childs, and There are seventeen million in this country have one tial nomination seem to b' in
would be interested in publish- get Social Security.) other relatives here the t white people in this great weapon, alongside which
poses that all should have. Mrs. Mamie J. Stewart-Sut- pas country.I all their a trance. They are W2' fling
ing in "voice of the peo- Supreme Court decisions
your What is revolutionary in that? ton of Jacksonville, mother of weekend. am for them too. the California X
ple" column this open letter There are many like that, all their sit-ins and prima. come
which I have written to Sena- Not the rights themselves. but who want to work, and who Mrs. Thelma Belle and Mrs. MiSs Mary H. Smith and Miss What brought Mr. McKis- stall-ins are like pea-shooters: and go as if it w(;.e an act
tor Smathers. the people who (it is proposed have to work, to keep their Loye Lewis, and also aunt of Hattie Warren, both of Deland, sick the greatest cheers wasa and that is the general good in a play in which they were
Dear Sen. Smathers. ) shall now enjoy them. very prized independence... Mrs. Mamie J. Saunders of NW were guests of Miss Warren's statement about a seven- nature of the American ma- not much interested.In .
Writing of the courage and who do not want to ask their 7th Ave., was reported as ailingat relatives here on Mothers' Day. year-old Negro girl enteredin jority. If Mr. McKissick is an fact, they may not be
I am writing to urge your career of Sen. Lamar of Mississippi children for a place to live her home.CORRECTION. William Anderson, of St. Petersburg a white school after three example of what CORE has to much interested. The more
support of the Civil Rights bipartisan Act our late President and food to eat. I am, throughno passed through years' exertions by the legal offer, I offer it as my opinion they watch President Johnsonthe
now being Senate proposed leadership.We by -. Kennedy wrote: fault of my own, without a Gainesville yesterday en routeto arm of a civil rights organization. that he is a burden to his more satisfied they seem

all around us in Flori- "He was anxious to demon- job and each time I apply I The "We Do Our Part Club"of visit at Edward Waters College When asked by the race, more destructive of the to become with the prospectof
da conditions see that make this strate to the nation that states- hear the old, sad refrain: the Shady Grove Primitive at Jacksonville.Miss teacher to join the rest of the prospects for Negro liberty his incumbency for some
not dead in the Alma of Trenton, class in singing, "My country .
to manship was "I'm sorry Mrs. -, but Baptist Church will meet at the Jones than the Ku Klux Klan. years to come.
legislation necessary pro- South nor was the South desir- it is company policy not to N. J., whose visit here and 'tis of thee, Sweet landof
the Constitutional rights home of Mrs. Ethel Blake :May
tect ous of repudiating national obligation hire anyone over 35." Jacksonville for the past two liberty," the little girl
I of American and Florida citi 17 at 5:30: p.m. instead of 3 p.m.as .
and honor. He felt it weeks has been pleasant, was stubbornly declined to do so.
: zens. was of particular importancethat Most women of my age (almost was stated in Monday's pa- flown to her home yesterday.Mrs. Why? Because, Mr. McKis- Memo
I think the heart of the ques- the South should not follow 60)) who work do so because per.During Martha Oliver of Tampa, sick told the audience, even Washington
tion is expressed by Kenneth a narrow sectional courseof they have to dependon the meeting Mrs. Al- passed through Gainesville yes at.the age of seven the little
t J. Foreman writing in the action." what they can earn, and berta P ar k e r will be guest terday en route to Tallahassee.Mrs. Negro girl could not partici- From the Cowles Washington Bureau
(Southern) Presbyterian OUTLOOK How would President Kenne- we "handicapped" people speaker. Marian Jackson left yes- pate in such an act of arrant
May 4. 1964: dy, if he had lived, writtenof are usually more dependable I terday for Miami because of hypocrisy as to call this a HOW IT HAPPENED: In Atlanta Ga., last week President
"The bare bone of the mat- your courage and states- steadier and certainly more JONESVILLE NEWS business. She will be away fora land of liberty. Johnson reminisced about his 1960 election campaign for the
ter is that the Act (if and whenit manship? Will you be remem- experienced. More depend- Bible School Begins! week. vice presidency. During a speech at Atlanta he said, Mrs.
becomes one) is intended to bered by history with the Lu- able because we need the The Bible School at the Pleas- ALL RIGHT, granted: thereis Betty Talmadge, wife of the Democratic senator from that
destroy our liberty to DENY cius Lamars and Sam Hous- job... we aren't working until ant Plain Methodist Church be- CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. no land of liberty, any- state, went up onto the speaker's platform to greet Mrs.
liberty to others." tcns, or with the Theodore something "better" comes gins today at 8 p.m. Pleasant Methodist-The where and never will be, Johnson. "That was a wonderful sight for all of us," Mr. .
The cry of "property rights"and Bilbos and Bobby Bakers? along; or until we decide to The members and friends are mid-week Prayer Services will anywhere, if by liberty is understood Johnson said. "But the real sight for sore eyes was to see i I
"states rights" raised I hope despite your previous have a family.So asked to bring their Bibles. La- be held today, 7:30 p.m. The *true liberty for ol' Herman following along like a buck deer. I knew when

against it is only a smokescreen position you will support this 'when politicians talk dis Ross reporter; Rev. Lom- Woman's Society of Christian everyone under every circum- Betty got on that platform I could put Herman in front of
put up by those who bill. about Senior Citizens and the mie Zimmerman, pastor. Service will meet Wednesday, stance. But the little girl livesin that microphone and Georgia would go Democratic."
want to preserve privileges (THE REV.) RICHARD HIERS handicapped, how about in- 7:30 p.m. in second unit of a land where the federal *
which they have stolen from cluding us of the Awkward SPECIAL NOTICE church. Mrs. K. D. Childs pres judiciary spends a large pro- SCIENCE: With proper fanfare the office of education last
others and are now desperately Consider The Age? We need some consid- The dedicatory services for ident. The Methodist Men will portion of its time hearing the week announced award of a research grant for $9,000 to
trying to keep for the m- erati n. the Fellowship Hall and organof meet Wednesday 7:30 p.m. in complaints of Negroes and Concordia College, at Moorhead, Minn. Title of the subjectto
selves. To quote again from Awkward Age the Emanuel Baptist Church the dining room. James Stew- trying to act on them; where be researched: "A Curriculum Guide of Published Solo
Mr. Foreman: o ONE OF THE AWKWARDAGE will begin Thursday at 8 p.m., art, president. Choir No. 1 will the white oppressors spend Song Cycles."
"The rights which it is con- EDITOR, Sun: Much is said The schedule of services is as have its rehearsal Thursday, hundreds of millions of dollars *

follows: 7:30 .n.m., J. C. Rawls. nresi- agitating for improve- DIAL P FOR PIG: During the President's tour of the
Thursday at 8 p.m. Rev. W. dent. The pastor would like to ments in Negro conditions and south ,the Signal Corps set up a direct line to the White
POTOMAC FEVER M. Ferguson, pastor, and his meet with the Commission on contributing to those improvements House at each stop, as it always does. At Goldsboro, N.C.,
congregation from Mt. Pleas- Evangelism Friday, 7:30 p. m. ; where both it installed two temporary phones at the farm of a sharecropper
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau ant Methodist Church will con- Mrs. Ellen Turner chairman.The major political parties,exhort whom the President was to visit. On the switchboard -

Harry S. Truman has a happy 80th birthday. It's his lucky number. The 80th duct a joint service; and Friday' Mt. Pleasant Methodist the public to acts of racial at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, the two phones
made him famous-and vice versa. at 8 p.m., ,Rev. Arnold pastor,'I Church will worship with the harmony and generosity; were labeled pinetree and hog pen because one was hung
congress and his congregation from Mt. Emanuel Baptist Church on where the churches are in- on a tree the other on the side of a pig pen.
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-- Olive A.M.E. Church will also Thursday, 7:30 p.m. The pastor creasingly urgent in their *
is asking Choir No. 2 to sing for moral strictures for racial QUICK STUDY: If President's children weren't smart
conduct a joint service.
indicted in connection
housewives are with 'a splitlevel -
Suburban Island
Long The pastor is asking the this service, Rev. W. M. Ferguson reconciliation; where the aver- enough to catch on pretty fast they' probably wouldn't bepresident's
vice ring. It's hard to understand how they got involved when they
children. Witness Miss
member of Luci
members and friends to attend pastor.Mt. age the lower Baines Johnson, 16.
were in school there was no law ,against praying. these services. Mrs. Mattie Mid- Carmel Baptist There class of Negroes enjoys a Few days ago she joined a group of girls on the lawn of
dleton of Choir No. wil be mid week Meditation standard of living higher than National Cathedral School, where she is a student. They were
Washington had its, first.,genuine election this week. It. was excitingandwait Rev. T., president W. Davis pastor. 1. Services today, 7:30 p.m. Youth that of the average memberof examining a pair of .mice in a box. Said Luci: "You should i
until next week, :when :.we cpunt\ the ballots! Forum. Wednesday- 7:30 p. m., the upper class of Negroesin pick them up by the tail-but I'm not going to do it." .i
--a--- and also both Choirs Nos. 1 and the typical African state; -!
President Johnson asks the advertising industry to help sell his anti- PLANS PROGRAMThe 2 will have their rehearsal and where the average Negro ONE BIG DEMOCRATIC FAMILY: In, New York not long I

poverty program:-"With slogans,,,and 'all, ,.like "Are you starving. more, and enjoying Undenominational Choirs'Union Ushers'[ Board No. 2 will meet, wields more political influence ago President Johnson encountered Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. f
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it less? Swit h to riches." present a e n t 8 I p.m.; and Teachers' Meeting locally and nationally, Truman and gave her warm hug. Said Harry "There's not t
-- Program on May 15 at 8 p.m. at Thursday. 7:30 p.m.. and also than the average Negro doesin many men I would let greet my wife like that." Mr. Johnson

New York's Mayor Wagner says he's available for vice president. That makesit the Spring Hill Baptist Churchin Choir No. 3 will have its rehearsal any state run by Negroes; replied instantly "Well, there are not many men I'd let ;
almost unanimous the only Democrat who's not after the job is Lyndon behalf of the Prog'essiveChoirs' 7 p.m. Rev. T. A. and where the average Negro take my wife tp Greece except you." Mrs. Johnson accompanied "
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B. Johnson. Union. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. enjoys more rights as a Mr. Truman to Athens this spring 'for the funeral of !
-- The members and friends are Hamm, reporter. minority than any white man King Paul. ,
If scientists are so smart, how come they can't explain why it takes so asked to be present. Elmore EmanuelBaptistThere enjoys as a minority in mostof ,
much longer to get your handkerchief out when you're going to sneeze? Dexter, president of the Undenominational -will be prayer meeting today, the African states run by

t Choirs' Union; Le- 7:30 p.m. Negroes. ,
ThOne scientist says there almost certainly is a primitive form of life on Mars. vi Griffin president of the Pro- Shady Grove Primitive Baptist

aid bill is being amended to conform.Sen. gressive Choirs' Union; Mrs. There will be prayer THERE ARE reasons' for F,9iP&A g
Mrs. P. L Scott, reporter. meeting today, 7:30 p.m.*; anda the seven-year-old, and her '

Hubert Humphrey says the civil rights bill will protect Mrs. Olson, Business Meeting Thursday, parents and the gentlemenof ;
too.; Mrs.. Murphy is a loveable character, but she doesn't run ain tourist home Anniversary Begins 8 p.m. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re CORE, to continue to agitate J OAk cJik-lt UL4t.(
.. Minnesota. Both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 an- porter. to continue to engage ,
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Sales Use received more than .
In J-ScHool Takes awards and its
The
Prof. Hugh Cunningham is
Businessmen Taxes Rise lar amount.
This is the first of the school's Hearst
''r % In Florida school has been Mississip- Other faculty mem-

CapitolWASHINGTON 2nd in ContestThe another journalism serving on it are H. G. .
b Not Virile, Sexy? TALLAHASSEE, (AP)- Sales the South. Last year Robert Glafcke and
and use taxes continued to rise I ,II top school east of the Hill.
(AP-In the during March with $22,715,275 I University of Florida amount making total winningsfor I
r r" news from Washington: &rm flcrk l+tmt collected that month, the State I School of Journalism and Communications the year $2,100.
NEW YORK Cigarette ads, which have traditionally been From
;, Revenue Commission said. named second In all, the Foundation'awardI'
HEALTH CARE: The House adorned by bathing beauties, athletes and virile cowboys, was ed I@
,: Ways and Means Committee is now are starting to use a new modelbusinessmen.The The March figure representedan place winner yesterday in the 48 accredited$41,000 to students and the:

t believed to be still predominantly change stems from the new code governing cigarette increase of $600,494, compared fourth annual nation wide Wil- in the nation.journalism The schools; For You .
Universityof
opposed to the admini- advertising that is expected to take effect soon. The code with the previous month. The liam Randolph Hearst Founda- North Carolina won first I i
stration's plan for health down ads those tax was broadened last July, ac-
i V care seeks to tone using a "virility appeal" or
tion Awards Program. place and the University of!
for the aged, despite PresidentJohnson's that imply that cigarette smoking somehow increases sexu- counting in part for the increase. Missouri was third.
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two appeals for it last ual attractiveness.In Worth $500 and a silver me-
The March increase
; week. anticipation of the new code, some companies are with the compared -dallion to the School, the honoris Seven UF students placed in
in 1963 I
same period 1
bringing out new campaigns whose slogans and settings beara the top 20 in such monthly contests PARKER 1 ,
It Is considered likely the was 24 per cent, said commis- the result of student winningsin I 4
,
marked contrast to their predecessors. Chesterfield King, as general news writing,
committee will offer instead sion director J. Ed Straughn. monthly contests that I '
a whose ads in the past often used athletic settings, has start- seven editorial writing, investigative JOTTER PEN POINT
t revamping of the existing state- ed showing groups of "Chesterfield people" who "like a Collections so far this fiscal I began in September. During reporting and spot news writ-, I// SIZES
federal program of financingfor mild smoke but just don't like filters." The "Chesterfield year totaled $191.6 million, an I that time, four students won ing. Most UF entries originally,, J
health care for low-income increase of$32.9 million over the $800 in prizes and the school appeared in the GainesvilleSun.
I people" include several somber-looking businessmen, among
elderly persons.MARKETING. others. previous fiscal period.A was awarded a matching $198] J

: Legislation to Camel cigarettes also plans to introduce businessmen into total of $169,574 was collected Biggest UF award winner: v
1 establish a national commission its ads. One ad will show an executive in a conference room for the new 5 per cent whole Defector's Wife was Becky Quinn. Others receiving -' Has the famous Parker
on food marketing was approved after a meeting, and the slogan will state, "Camel timeis sale sporting goods tax, bringingthat money prizes were'I T-BALLtexturedpointfor P
Monday by the House pleasure time." tax total for the fiscal yearto Got Fred Lane, Linda Barson and practically skip- ,I
Agriculture Committee.The Camel used a picture such types as sports-car drivers and $727,150. MessagesCAMBRIDGE Virginia Gardner. Honorable i proof writing. Out- I
water skiers. mentions went to Judy Barnes,; writes, out-performs :
commission, recommended England (AP) ifcher ballpens. Five /1td u I
"No one can accuse you of using a virility appeal when Robert Thomas and Bob Wil
by President Johnson, would Moonshine -Peter Reddaway, a British ex- tractive barrel colon.
you put businessmen in your ads, said the marketing man-
study price changes, marketing ager of one cigarette company. Told change student deported from son.Last year the UF school won "It's Fun -a J
procedures and the relationship Dangers: the Soviet Union, today denied fourth place and the year before To Shop ." rj
between farmers and food Soviet charges that he tried to
processor In fifth place. The school has
!. Pamphlet persuade the wife of a Seviet i
Refugees defector to follow him to the!
MONEY BILL: The House TALLAHASSEE (AP) An West. RIPEPEACHES CHESNUT OFFICE

has sent to the Senate a $1,264- education program about the I FOR SALE
f 913,689 deficiency appropriations Saved at Sea deadly effects of moonshine Reddaway said he saw the I 4 Mi. S. EQUIPMENT CO. Inc.
of
Melroseon
bill, more than half of it whisky consumption has been wife of Oleg Lenchevsky in, Lake Winnott ,
to cover military pay increases started by the State Beverage Moscow twice "purely as1 an in- HiWay 21-Follow SignJ. 106 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2-8421 ;
voted last year. ry Bv Mirror Department hi cooperation with dividual." Lenchevsky defected I W. Cameron

>a3Nto: private liquor interests. to the West in 1961. I I .- -- ------- ---- -------. :
The money is for use during kAi ,
i the balance of the fiscal year MIAMI (AP-Six Cuban refu- The state will begin distribu- "Both visits were short and Ii
ending June 30. gees told today how the Sun's tion soon of 200,000 pamphlets to simply passed oral messages of1
i rays reflecting from a tiny mir- schools and parent-teacher asso- greeting and affection from Oleg:
The military pay raises accounted ror signalled their distress to a ciations about the effectsof Lenchevsky to his wife," Red-' BOB
for $807.6 million. Also passing freighter. A seventh moonshine. Legal retail liquor daway said.VINYL. I
included was $159.6 million for died moments before the rescue. outlets also will distribute the
public assistance grants to pamphlets.The FLOOR TILE
states and $13.6 million for ad- They were among 32 Cubans
42 COLORS IN STOCK
ministration of the 1963 Feed fleeing their homeland in four beverage industry in Florida -
Grain Act. small boats picked up off Flor- absorbed the full cost of 10.9< TILE PER

ida Monday. All told of failing printing the pamphlets, said Sinclair Eaton Co.
'ur.\; __ crops, scarcity of food and dissatisfaction state beverage director Richard]
716 N. Main
J AntiPovertyBill CARMICHAELRenamed with the Fidel Cas- Keating. j :____ I
tro regime.The -- : .4F7, FOR GOVERNOR

'i For six refugees who had
Up
been without food or water for Accept the ,
To Bar BoardOf
10 days, sunburned and with *

Crucial Vote GovernorsMIAMI sores on their parched bodies,I r eflp ; kf j
HIGH
were taken from the Sea Train htg IT'S TIME !

V By STANLEY MEISLER BEACH Parks M. Georgia, a merchant ship, by I .':
.i
I the Coast Guard and transferredto ,
WASHINGTON (AP) The of our
Carmichael, Gainesville lawyer,
Jackson Memorial Hospital in 1.I tj
crucial voting on amendmentsto his fourth 2 term A
began year Miami. SERVICE BANK!
FULL-SCALE
President Johnson's anti-
j" on. the Board of Governors of
poverty bill is expected to begin The Florida Bar, statewide or- They were reported in fair THIS IS ROBERT KING HIGH :
in the House Education
today condition.The .
t ganization of lawyers an d
and Labor Committee.
\ judges, Saturday.He men said they left Boca 39 YRS. OLD MARRIED THE
FATHER OF FIVE
Democratic members of the
was recently re elected de Jaruco, on the north coast of
committee have been meeting in without opposition to representthe Havana Province, aboard a 23- CHILDREN.
J caucus for a week to iron out lawyers of Alachua, Baker, foot boat on the night of May 1

.; their amendments.position They on are a series reportedin of Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy a nd with only enough food and water H J BAPTIST DEACON AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER.

Union counties on the Bar's for 24 hours. f ..
full agreement on all but one. : "t.!" bee
t The one area of discord governing board. With them was Alfredo Eche-\ SERVED IN THE U. S. ARMY AIR CORPS., WW IP"

centers on the role parochial I Florida Supreme Court mendia Majo, 20, who was dead I ,
schools and agencies should Chief Justice E. Harris Drew when his mates were transferred,
NAMED ONE OF THE 100 MOST OUTSTANDING YOUNG
the Coast Guard
play in the local administrationof administered the oath of of to rescue ves-
the program. fice to all Board members and sel. MEN IN THE U. S. BY LIFE MAGAZINE.

Activities begin today with a incoming officers of The Flori- Their engine broke down after

meeting of the committee's spe-. da Bar during the final business only six hours at sea and they The key to a bank safe deposit box is the keyto PRACTICING LAWYER FOR 14 YEARS.
cial subcommittee on poverty.It assembly of the Bar conventionat started rowing against a strong peace of mind concerning the safety of
is expected to approve the the Americana Hote, Miami east wind. many treasured possessions. Out of your home
bill and send it to the full committee Beach. and inside our bank's vault any such articleof MEMBER ,OF THE DADE, FLORIDA AND AMERICANBAR

which then will considerthe One said they filtered sea yours will be protected by steel and con- ASSOCIATIONS.
series c* amendments. Carmichael received his law water through their caps and crete; a time lock and alarm. Cost is pennies
Republicans have complained degree from the University of,.shirts and used it only to rinse weekly. Ask yourself: What have you got to I
loudly over the Democratic cau- Florida College of Law. He is.their mouths, but Echemendia lose? MAYOR OF MIAMI FOR 4 TERMS OF HONEST,
cus meetings. They have cried a past president of the Eighth i swallowed it, saying it was not
"lockout" and "partisanship." Judicial Circuit Bar Associa- bad for him. fIcrI cla EFFICIENT ADMINISTRATION. ,

publican The committee's, Rep. Peter ranking H. B. Ffe-Re- tion. I After five days, Echemendia : FREE FROM ANY TAINT OF CORRUPTION. ,

linghuysen of New Jersey, has !began vomiting and went into a NATIONAL BANK AT GAINESVILLE I
expressed fears about an at- 82 Convicted coma. Coast guardsmen tried j ROBERT HIGH FOR GOVERNORPd.
steamroller by the heart massage but he failed to Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member
tempted Florida National Group Member Federal 1 Reserve with t tI
Democrats."We ROME (AP-Franco Bartoli respond. Nation-Wide Facilities. Pol. Adv.
hope we will not be faced Aweduti, ousted president of ADVERTISEMENT j
with the proposition of making Italy's government banana mon I
immediate decisions," Frelinghiwn -, opoly, has been sentenced to Now Many Wear

paid j Monday and added: three years in prison. I FALSE TEETHWith

"We're still optimistic "that our His was the stiffest sentence Comfort Most people don't realize iiow owChrysler's
received. More
views will be given 82 persons convicted Mon
Frelinghuysen and other Re- day night by a Rome court of FASTEETH. ft pleads, false; alkaline teeth .
want the bill (non-acid) new prices really are.
publicans say they falsifying documents and rig! more firmly.To eat and talk. in more .
eliminate what comfort. Just sprinkle little FAS-
changed, first, to
for of ba
ging bidding retailing TEETH on your .
reennSCheeccksplate
they call a new federal agencyof pasty taste or Do ?
two defendantswere you '
nanas. Forty odor" (denture breath) Get '
allot
poverty and, second, to acquitted. FASTEZTH at; any drug eountai
funds to the states and let them 'S

administer the program. I i
These changes have been in-, We find that many people think a Chrysler is a destination charges and optional equipment. V

corporated into a Republican bill high-priced car. That's $2901-which includes such good things as

1 introduced Committee by Frelinghuysen.met I natural I Quite frankly, some models are. a 36i-cubic-inch V-8. The kind of engine you'd V .
Republicans gas But what don't realize is that for smaller V
for more than two hours Monday 1 many people some pay extra on a car,

with Sargent Shriver the I Chrysler models are actually priced lower than a Interesting, isn't it? .;.

man picked by President John-: small car equipped the way you'd want it. Then why stick with the smaller jobs They

son to administer the war on" COOKS BESTGAS I! Take the Chrysler Newport sedan. 1lanufaccan't muster the room, the ride, the luxury or the

poverty.Frelinghujsen later told news, GENIE SAYS WITH AN turer's suggested retail price is only $2901, not performance you really want-no matter how I

men that Shriver had not I : including the variables like state and local taxes, many extra-cost options you put on them. "

changed the minds of the Republicans
AUTOMATIC GAS
"one iota."

1 Johnson's bill, which would

provide $963 million in fiscal ROPER RANGE'

1965 to fight poverty, would in-
clude a variety of programs: .,
1. A job corps, work-training
programs, and work-study programs
for youth.
2. Urban and rural community
r.
'
action programs.
3. Loans and grants to combat

poverty in rural areas. I I
4. Loans to businesses to encourage -
employment and in-t 0 oooe

i vestment. I
s. Funds to stimulate states,, ?

for experimental programs to -
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f\\ HOT SPRINGS Va., -Many hostile to business, primarily personal
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(EDITOR'S NOTE-Associ- is well under way on the restoration
ated Press writer Joe Rigert of public facilities, a jobit
spent several weeks in Alaska Rebuilding Lags, says will cost $92 million.
after the March 27 earth Water, electricity and other
..... quake. He visited areas of utilities have been restored in
major damage and interviewed Clean-up TediousS most of the disaster area
P dozens of officials and through temporary repairs.
C citizens. Here is his appraisalof Water pipes and even hoses

the situation six weeks reconstruction so far nearly ily damaged. For some, life savings have been placed above ground
\1.. after the disaster). six weeks after the disaster.It are at stake. How can they in many places.In .
takes time to plan for the afford a double mortgage-one
1PA o By JOE RIGERT rebuilding of cities, even when, for'a new home and the other on heavily damaged Valdez,
i ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP- as in Alaska now, the planners the house that was destroyed? where the utility system was severely -
l I 171 Alaska is rising from the death have been doing months of ruptured, much of the.
: Businessmen city is still without water and
express concern
and destruction of her Good work in weeks.
1 V Friday disaster North Ameri- about surviving their setbacks. electricity.The .

:1ST ca's greatest earthquake.There Even if the plans were completed Low-interest federal disaster survival of Seward
OLD APPLIANCES OR CARS Sir o o and the money available, loans will help some of them. say
1 HAVE THEM REMOVED OR STORE: are no miraclesonlythe officials, has been assured by
which is not the there Federal tax writeoffs also will
resolute will of the Alaskan case, decision i.
AROUND YOUR YARD AS M UNSIGHTLY' the federal government's
would be other obstacles to soften the impact. Bankers report -
THEM OUT OF PoBUC "''EW. people, their faith in the future, any to restore Alaska Railroad
AND PANGERous) DISTRACTION! and generous support from .fellow immediate start on the Alaskan I that many of them also are facilities there rather than move
reconstruction.The delaying construction plans until]
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Americans.It
the railport north to Whittier.
know how much other aid
is taking time, money and short Alaska constructionseason they Anchorage, Seward, Valdez
hard work. The people pioneering does not begin until after will come from the federal gov- and Kodiak which bore the

breed familiar with the thaw this month. ernment. brunt of the earthquake tidal I
spring
Leak Cover the challenges of a frontier, I Cities like Anchorage, Seward The Army Corps of Engineers wave damage are all lookingto I
I Security UpBy have bent to the task. and Valdez also must await the urban renewal projects to I

Much of the clean-up has results of .soil tests to deter- Studio Sued clear their now-blighted areas I
been accomplished and the mine what can be built, if any- I and rebuild. t

CLARK MOLLENHOFF falsified reports and some shattered cities are deeply thing, in areas where geologistshave i
Cowles Washington Bureau other similar sad experiences.A I involved in plans to rebuild warned. of landslide haz- By SellersLOS Anchorage is considering a
$50-million that would
False Filed and even relocate. plan
Reports difficult problem of.semantics ards.
WASHINGTON, D. C. An arose when the State Many businessmen have ANGELES (APActor transform damaged areas into
Investigation has disclosed that Department tried to instruct officers patched up their shops or' Finally, Alaskans are waitingto Peter Sellers and his wife, Britt parks and parking facilities and
false security investigation reports By Southeast Official to omit "minor deroga- moved to new quarters. I' see what aid they can expect Eklund, have answered the $1.5- shift the central business core
were being filed from a .. tory information" without the Repairs are being rushed on from the federal government.This milt(ion suit against them by slightly to the south.

State Department security official .-- --- the lifeline transportation net Twentieth Century-Fox by suing
necessity of making a distinc- is still the biggest uncer- Valdez, where a bulk of the
operating at a post in the it easier for false reports to be that long forms with detailed tion between minor and major work of ports, highways and tainty, the type and extent of Fox for more than twice as I homes and buildings were dam-

southeastern section tIt of the coun- prepared and to go unnoticed.The explanations of the intervi e w s derogatory information that the government-owned Alaska assistance to come from Uncle much. aged or destroyed and geologistshave
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.try. question of whether short and the documentation shoul d could be dropped or was required -Railroad and towns, which of the link southcentralAlaska the cities Sam the benevolent patron Fox sued Miss Eklund for alleged I, warned of an unstable soil
was learned here that the forms or long forms would be be made available for evalua- to be reported. heartland. who controlled Alaska until breach of contract and foundations, is planning to move
career official who has bee n used was the subject of consid- The Senate Internal Security statehood in 1959 and continuesto Sellers for allegedly inducing! the entire town four miles away.
forced to resign from his post. erable controversy in the State tors.The general use of the short Subcommittee has obtained Yet the marks of the earth- play a dominant role in her the breach. The studio com I Seward has developed a proposal
Other officials who have know- Department Security Divisionin forms was initiated over Otep- I some information about the quake and seismic 'waves remain -development.The plained that she refused to con- that would put a park in

ledge of the details of the false early 1962. Chief security ka's objections.It I false security reports, and is plainly visible, despite the Congress, acting in almost tinue her role in the film, "Gunsof I its low-lying waterfront area N
reports have been sworn to secrecy -evaluator Otto Otepka oppose d is reported that the State I reported to be interested in find- clean-up and repair. The two unprecedented speed after the Batasi. and shift its major industrial

in a State D e p a r tment the General use of hort forms, Department has abandoned'I ing out why no criminal action battered skyscrapers, the earthquake voted $50 million in I section across Resurrection Bayto
effort to avoid embarrassmenton except on cases involving very the use of the short forms, and 'has been instituted against the hulk of the J. C. Penney department -disaster relief to help repair the Sellers and his wife filed a firm ground.

what could be a major security young persons with a short employment has gone back to the long formsas man who has been identified as store, the sunken all 4th utilities, roads and other public cross-complaint Monday asking I Additional reconstruction may
laxity. record. He insisted a result of the case of the being responsible. Avenue area can I Istate's facilities.The for $2 million damages and ar' be necessary as a result of a
still be at Anchorage, the
seen massive of the earth
,
tilting
I Alaska Legislature provided damages on the grounds that
The resignation of the 56- largest city. a $50-miUion bond issue. Fox's suit'constituted malicious leaving sunken coastal areas

year-old lawyer came after a Fcdrcloth Shelving Down the Kenai Peninsula, Other aid has come from the prosecution and abuse of legal] I.exposed to periodic flooding
three man investigative team High the Seward waterfront.remains military, scores of state and process. from high tides.
from Washington was dispatched cluttered with twisted track, federal agencies, private relief,
to the field office to probe a Of Baker scattered railroad engines and organizations, sister cities, labor Sellers also said he suffered Paid Advertising
Civil Service Commission report blackened oil storage tanks- unions, churches and businessmen damage to his health and repu
indicating "colored" and "ques Still Hold Leads the only remains of a once- in other states. tation as a result of Fox's suit.

tionable reports had been Inquiry Hit thriving railport industrial But many Alaskan officials, Sellers suffered a heart attack
turned up through a spot check. center. bankers and businessmen say more than 'a month ago and
TALLAHASSEE (AP-Miami lahassee 559 votes in the at- estimated from 1
The three man investigativeteam by WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. The damage they will need a great deal more spent several weeks in a hos-
left Washington in the Mayor Robert King High and torney general's race. Clifford P. Case, R-N.J., told the the March 27 catastrophe con- from the federal government, pital.
Rep. Earl Faircloth of Dade tinues at $750 million, a size-
middle of the night to make a These were two of the closest Senate Rules Committee todayit particularly for hard-pressed
swift and unannounced audit of County continued to hold thin races in Florida history and led has a responsibility to get to able portion of the $1.2 billion private businesses and home-I
leads today in their separate value of private property in the
the work that had been going to widespread talk of possible the bottom of the Bobby Baker owners.
the basis of Alaska death
The official
political races on state.
into these questionable security recounts. case-and not treat senators as The $50-million bond issue
official first returns has been at 115.
primary count put
reports.: "a privileged class. voted by the legislature, says
from all but three of Florida's There has been little actual '
The investigation has estab- Last week, Kelly urged the "No investigation of Bobby Gov. William A. Egan, is the p i '
lished that the security o f f icer 67 counties. I State Canvassing Board to make Baker can have any real meaning most this state of 226,000 population 4
Interviews remain a recount of the ballots to determine without investigation of can afford. He hopes Con
was not conducting the The standings will unofficial an "Band Members
he contended he was con- however, until the can- whether any mistakeshad ,the relations of members of the gress will provide the state with ,
ducting, and was not check n g vasses, due by 5 p.m. today, are been made. But the board, Senate with Bobby Baker" he enough budgfet support to meet
which Adams heads, ruled thatit Being Sought anticipated revenue loss and
records that he contended he received by state officials from
had examined. Duval, Escambia and Calhoun did not have authority to said.Baker resigned under fire last emergency spending caused by
order a recount. to the Senates The Gainesville High Schoo the quake.
:Requests for Info rmation counties. Oct. 7 as secretary -
fabricated in Democratic majority after Band will play host to all sixth But the.key to future recovery
were merely being Using unofficial figures for Only the courts could order
the office of the State Depart these three counties, Secretaryof the election officials in the 67 questions were raised about his grade pupils in city elementary. progress, he says, is change in
ment field office, and were being State Tom Adams reportedthat counties to make a recheck of outside business and financial schools tomorrow at 9 a.m. in I existing law to permit federal
t forwarded to Washingtonwhere dealings, in which he acquireda the GHS auditorium. agencies to deal adequately witha
High led Sen. Scott Kelly their votes, the board said.It .
I the security division was ot Lakeland by 2,202 votes in the claimed fortune of more than Purpose of the performance: disaster of the magnitude of
relying upon them for makin g race for the second berth in the was expected to meet about $2 million. is to interest prospective Band Director b and the Alaskan experience. A Financing Plan for Every Need
determinations on security May 26 Democratic runoff ballot noon Wednesday to certify the Case said the Rules Committee musicians, GHS I Existing uncertainties fall
Bardwell Donaldson said. I
official statewide canvass. heavily on homeowners whose
clearance.It for governor. in its investigation of Bak- also announced
Donaldson
a was reported here that the Adams said that Faircloth led Neither Kelly nor Kynes has er's affairs, had given the impression there will be a meeting at 7:30 houses were destroyed or heav-
investigator said definitely what he would do that it wanted to "putan
55 year-old security of Tab
Atty. Gen. James Kynes May 19 at GHS for par-
if he trails after the official pjn. HEAR HERE!
was forced to resign fa end to an unpleasant episode, ents and students in preparationfor
March, but that the State Department canvass is certified. to close the door, to push the band Ask for FREE Booklet
the a m
summer
progr
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On Better Hearing
took no action against Soldiers Jailed In the unofficial totals, Mayor whole matter aside in the hope which begins June 8. Parent I GAINESVJLLE
him and has not referred the Haydon Burns of Jacksonville that it will soon be forgotten." appointments to sign up beginners HEARING AID CO.
matter to the Justice Depart ENTEBBE, Uganda (AP) held a broad lead over High "I suggest it is intolerablethat will be made at this meet I 620 N. Main FR 6-0095
ment. Four soldiers were given prison 312,453 to 207,280. Kelly polled we leave the matter in this ing.
Persons familiar with the,. terms Monday for their part in 205,078. sorry state," he said in testimony 1
case said it represents a major the army mutiny which British Faircloth polled 469,638 to prepared for a closed JTIffl
nroblem for the State Depart, troops put down last January. Kynes' 469079. hearing of the committee. SAVE WATCH FOR OUR
men for it raises a question I
about the validity of all the re-

ports filed by the man over a ,
period of the last 12 years at 1' <, 41964 ::.. ga I Ii
posts on the West Coast, In St. '1AobU Economy Run -
Paul and in his most recent
post in the southeastern part ofthe r
United States.

In addition to the problem of I
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raises a question about the
authenticity of the expen s e reports -

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.tigations.The State Department verifies We drove 3,243'miIes I Arvin RADIO 5-Tube. ........ 17.95 13.35 9.95
that the man resigned on March Lady Norelco NEW ASSOCIATES
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Investigation. ShakespeareARROWS 63c 47c 29c
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Persons familiar with the me- Super
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Security Division said it is quite Ansco FILM I 3/1.49 3/1.19 3/99c
likely that the false security reports 120-620-127.
date back only as far as Ram Firs 7"any SAW 7"BLADES saw) .. 4.98 3.90 2.50 helps executives professional people

October, 1962 when some Universal Single Unit meet growing obligations-with

changes summarized from short long forms forms made to You can do it on the way to the grocery store Sunbeam's Multi-Therm HOT PLATE New. .. 15.95 12.29 9.95 I large amounts of money .

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,: Of EventsTODAY BridgeAt Fetes I'fto! GMw 1 One portion glass skimmed beets milk

V HIV One orange

May 12Merrysteppers THE f fflffiILY I L :I / BY If you missed my 9-day

: CoveredDish ClubA BrideelectMiss 11 \ \ UOSEpfl/NE Reducing Diet which gives

Supper, 7 p.m., City you a loss of from five to 10
Recreation Center. _
Friends of the Library, 7p.m. Maypole decorated with Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor Lila Wendelyn Beden-J \ LOWMAN pounds like to have in nine the days complete and wou'4 diet

., dinner, followed by an- purple and yellow ribbon baugh, bride-elect of Frank J. in booklet form, send 10 cents
nual meeting, 8 p.m., Holiday streamers centered the tea table Jamison III, was complimented and a stamped selfaddressed -
WymanPitzKEYSTONE with
at the final and a miscellaneous shower -
bridge
Inn.Great 'Books Discuss f ion asta party of the Gainesville can- Thursday evening by Mrs. Les- Since Why Grow Old has beenon However the two meals a day envelope with your request
Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville Woman's Club Friday afternoon. HEIGHTS Mr. ter Robinson. a diet kick for the past plan may help some women I in for it to Josephine Lowman
of The
GainesvilleSun.
I care
Public Library.Xi and Mrs. Whitney C. Wy m a n nine days, let me bring you get started. Many women find .
Phi Dessert was served preceed- The bride-to-be was given a some suggestions which have that it
Chapter Beta Sigma announce the engagement and white helps greatly not to ea.t I !
Phi Sorority, 8 p.m., Mrs. Robert ing the bridge and canasta approaching marriage of their carnation corsage and a come from readers. with the family for a while.
silver
I Jennings, 498 SW 28th games with 20 tables in play. Y 4fCr sandwich plate by the Little tricks can be a great Here are the menus for Wed- Ii i I
t daughter, Miss Paula Jean Wy- hostess. i
Street. the w help in. reinforcing your willpower nesday: II
Completing
May Day
i Tuesday Evening Supper decorations man, to Frederick H. Pit z, The serving table was centered I
Club, 6 p.m., 1402 West University baskets were two large South West Miami, son of Mr. with fern and white pompons "I.would like to tell BREAKFASTOne I
of daffodils your
yellow ,
Avenue.League and Mrs. John G. Pitz, South 'with candles at either side.
other readers what I have found
chrysanthemums and pompons, :: poached egg
of Women Voters which West Miami and formerly Mrs. W. E. Cauthen .poured to be the best to start One
were placed at either side Gainesville.The ways thin slice whole wheat
May Unit Meeting 8 p.m.. of the stage.Hostesses j punch with :Miss Sandra and dieting. Begin as soon as you II toast tastes so good-they

I Mrs.7th Ronald Cutler, 1741 NW for the party were nuptials will be solemn- r, "aT Miss Debra Robinson and Miss can, but not on a day when Black coffee cook U just like

Avenue. Mrs. Clifford A. Cunningh a m, ized June 27 at the Faith Pres- Ann Hornebuckle assisting. you are overtired or nervous or ihe da their frueken!**
I Club University, 7:30 City, Mrs. Lioness Russell chairman r Mrs. G. M. Davis, byterian Church of Melrose. i .o Games were played with Miss over excited. Eat a nour-II LUNCHEONSalad

i Piker, 915 pjn.NE 8th Avenue. Mrs. Ray V. Moseley, Mrs. The bride elect was gradu ., Sandra Snyder winning honors. ishing breakfast and an ade-, made of shredded lettuce 309 North West 13th Sr
IJ A1 a c h ua County Pharmaceutical Arthur A. Broyles Mrs. H. I.ated from Gainesville High More than 30 guests registered quate lunch. Plan an evening and one medium tomato
t Auxiliary, 8 p.m:, Wayne Hill, Mrs. W. H. Ed- School and the University of ,if.. j ..'t in the bride's book, which meal that you are not espe- (Lemon for dressing) ;t Q
wards Jr. and Mrs. Alvin H. -- centered a small table adorned cially fond of yourself and makeup [
Mrs. Odi Robinson, 4106 NW Florida. She is now teachingin I Miss Paula Jean Wyman Two tablespoons cottage cheese
13th Avenue.WEDNESDAY. Spurlock. Keystone Heights.Mr. with a miniature bridal couple your mind that you will One glass skimmed milk
and Miami University. He is and white tapers. not eat one single bite the rest One-half grapefruit
I May 13 Prizes Awarded Pie t z, a graduate of now associated with Karl Phillips They included the brideelect's of .the .day.
League of Women Voters High score winners at each table -Gainesville High School attended Manufacturing Co. in Mi mother, Mrs. Wendell V. Skip- the- evening meal.- -Make- -

May Unit Meeting, 9:30 a.m., :I were presented the floral the University of Florida ami. Bedenbaugh, her grand- up any excuse you wish suchas
,'. Mrs. Maurice Ahrens, 1704 decorations. mothers, Mrs. B. W. Beden- you are stranded on an island GENERAL
NW 10th Avenue. Those taking bridge honors baugh and Mrs. O. F. Williams, or you couldn't afford a ELECTRIC
I PlansAnnounced
Alachua General Hospital were Mrs. John Lonsdale and ChurchCircles Wedding both of High Springs. meal.
Auxiliary, Luncheon 1 p.m., Mrs. W. L. Williams Mrs. Actually studies have shown
Holiday Inn.Gainesville. Loren Green received the can- By Club that the most successful reducers -
Bridge Club, asta prize and Mrs. W. C. Thomas SupperThe eat three meals a day. ULTRA-COLOR T.V.
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn.
the bingo prize.
,
Laura
Home Demonstration Dress Guests for the party included YoungPlans Merrystepper Square Paid Advertising
I Revue, 10 a.m., Recreation Dance Club will hold a covered-
Mrs. Lonsdale, Mrs. Frank S. TUESDAY, May 12
J Center. Open to the public. I Jamison, Mrs. Richard J. are being announced for I dish supper tonight at 7 at theCity BRILLIANT COLOR and SHARP
University City Bridge Mrs. Green, Mrs. First Lutheran Church the wedding of Miss Laura Recreation Center. The r 1f
Hampton,
Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, James Brown, Mrs. C. E. Sch- WSCS, Wesley Community Young, daughter of Mr. and club will furnish the dessert. BLACK and WHITE

107 NW 15th Terrace. midt, Mrs. Alpha H. Kaplan, Methodist Church. Mrs. John B. Young, and George Dr.dances.Ernest Bartley will call the 260 SQ. IN. PICTURE

University Women's Club Mrs. H. C. Vreeland, Mrs. J. Esther Circle, 8 p.m., Mrs. W. McClellan, son of Mrs. Wilma -.
Newcomers Bridge, 8 p.m., E. Baker, Mrs. Clifford Holley, Robert Dinda, 1910 SW 31th M. McClellan.
Mr. 41/2% Sez. .
Clubhouse. Mrs. J. E. Holton, Mrs. Anthony Street.
Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30 and Miss Ma- The wedding will be an eventof
Humphries, Sarah Circle, 4 fam-
ajn., Mrs. K. L. Black, Mrs. p.m. I Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. in the
John Moorman, 4114 NW 15th bel Voyle. ily covered dish supper, Mrs. ]McCaul Chapel of the First Please Daddy I want to do
Eugene Yost, 4026 SW 21st
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Street. ]Baptist Church. Dr. Fred L.
Gator Summer Band, First Mrs. Glass street. Laughon, pastor of the church, it myself I want to
in series of five twilight con- TUESDAY, May 12 will perform the double ring
\ certs, 6:45: p.m., Plaza of the To Be HonoredMrs. Annette Haden Circle and ceremony. OPEN A SAVINGS
Americas at the University of Fannie Evelyn Dewar Circle, .
Miss Dixie Lee Cone will E
Florida. Helen Phifer Glass will 9:30 ajn., at the church. serve as maid of honor. ACCOUNT at Gainesville f

THURSDAY, May 14 be honored with a luncheon Wesleyan Service Guild, 8 0. M. Maines Sr. grandfather ,
Coffee for Junior Women by by the Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae p.m., Miss Marjorie Shealey, of the bridegroom, will be Mutual Building &. Loan. / I
sponsors, Mrs. Clark Butler Club Saturday at 1 p.m. at 2315 NE 11th Terrace. the best man.

and Mrs. Robert Mautz, 611 the Gainesville Golf and Country WEDNESDAY, May 13 A reception will follow the I

SW 27th Court, 10 a.m. to Club. Susanna Circle, 3 ceremony in Fellowship Hall of
Noon. Mrs. Glass has been a member p.m., Church. the Church.
League of Women Voters of the sorority for 50 years.

May Unit Meeting, 8 p. m., Alumnae are requested to call I
Mrs. James A. Noland, 1003 I Mrs. Richard Schmidt for reservations SisterhoodChanges Orchids
NW 22nd Street. i by Wednesday evening. For Gainesville
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PlansMay ":: I .

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i J Mrs. Robert Adams MonroeIII James Griffin, Mrs. Delinda of officers Thursday, May 28. I Phone FR 6-2514 I 47 N.E. lot St. Ph. FR 6-6771 or FR 6-2415 j III

the former Miss Janice Temple, Mrs. Linda Yawn,
Cannon, was honored at a Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs. Bill $
post nuptial shower given recently -Purvis, Mrs. Bill Sanders, innooWITH
by Mrs. W. W. Ward. Mrs. Buford Scott, Mrs. Har-

decorations and ry Dorman, Mrs. Frank Stone,
May Day
+ I spring floral arrangements were Mrs. J. B. Ward, Miss Pat MOVE AHEAD WITH MODERN HOMES !
the appointments used.A Barnes, Mrs. Pat Miss Ergle, Mrs.
Jones
gift of silver in her chosen Carolyn Becky
and Mrs. Ma non
Monroe
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bride by the hostess. ;F
The guest list included Mrs. TRADE-IN

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.. home with me because the man I'm married to has with all the soft drinks,. sweets and goodies he wants. He'll w>=AppN IT pE AND CONFEDERATE UNIJ=ORMS- / A WEAPON 'I INVASION is OP EARTH >p
a "thing" about blondes. Not just any kind of blonde, but plat- throw it up when he gets home, and miss a day of school. LIKETHAT./.! pF? ALL BOILED TO A PULP IN LIKE THATCAN'T -
inum blondes. When Solly met me, 29 years ago, I was a plat- ((3)) Assure the child that'if his parents are too hard on him, SCAN IT CRANKCASE OIL.' BEL'
inum blonde. He claims that's why he fell for me. My hair he can always pack a bag and "run away" to Grandma's ANALYZER WITH OUR o HUMANCD /, .t/ -O -

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natural because I'm naturally brownish, turning gray. It is Let her get away with it, and I promise you that your son V v- s
a lot of trouble to keep it touched up and I would love to quit, will be exactly like ours. Eleven years old and spoiled rot I :

,but every time I mention it, my Solly has a fit. He saysif ten-thanks to his doting grandmother.
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still see them around town every -He added 60 men who would other parts included five I Cz ae l ,
WASHINGTON One ofWashington's evening, a bit creased about to have
: go any place an excuse svelte females who looked :
biggest but littlest the eye sockets to be sure, but for not going home and tantalizing interested but

known industries is the i still up to wolfing two dozen 60 more who would go any kept d i s a ppearing, five great 3
I guest making business. It is. boiled shrimp at the canape table ,place to get a free sausage'and bawling women wearing badges : clcEN
dominated two =
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and filling up a big room. and six press agents who insisted
eral Guests and National Bores, It remained for McMast
upon introducing people
Inc. which turn out a mass-I McDoon to see the full potentialof t1Y DID tl '
TodayIn who had nothing to say to each IAAtE OVE US THt TRUTH,MISS IA5ALLE.1
produced m o d el that any host Wottle's Model B. If Wottle other. TO BE A KNfR' JtiST HIt A4E,J11LE5! tYE1/E! SOT TOO MUCH INVESTED IN THK I
ess can show a senator without X'Jtl Sf0/.rtlt!HOPE;:DANE THATS RFAt.LY tDCR TO GO OUT WITH A PROBLEMACTOR
could make a guest for the The remaining part of the "DOBMTT BLOW IMS FOR 50ML REASON, HE

fear of humiliation.The mass market, he asked w hywasn't History party Is interchangeable, for I lMSS tkSAItES ARI: NE TO THEM.,,,Otl A DtDfl'T W5 WO r4ANT W5 US PAST CHICK! !

guest making business it possible to make an presidential candidates, national Ib E1STA1fa !IE 11A5 THI:coA T! ay
had its start In the 1930's when entire guest list? By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bores uses 20 politicians who II E HN CUHR PROFESSIONAL = r,

the number of parties given Hamstrung by wartime short Today is Tuesday, May 12, spin from hand to thand pronouncing I
I here each day began to exceed ages, McDoon nevertheless the 133rd day of 1964. There their names and 24 I 1

the number of Washlngtonla nourished his dream until 1947 are 233 days left in the year. political experts who plant j
capable of eating stuffed celery when he started general Guests Today's highlight in history: themselves and look inscrut

without discomposure.It and astounded Washington with On this date in 1943, the Bat able. For a diplomatic occas-I
was in 1935' that the late his own now famous collapsible tle of North Africa ended with ion, it can substitute playbo y s, II

Vincent W 0 t tIe, the genius party. Thus was born National the capture of Gen. Jurgen von pretenders, charges d'affaires I
founder of General Guests, Bores. Arnim and other German and and so forth. 1 .

hit upon the idea of mass producing McDoon was interested in Italian generals. Three years of I The beauty of the collapsible i N
cheap, economically supplying the mass demand for warfare in Africa had ended. party, of course is that nobody :

dressed guest that was tough cocktail receptinn guests. His On this date: suffers. The whole crowdis I GOTTA FIND THIS MUST BfiTHS AND THE OGARET1 Birr na I I5 Rmwnei) is y IOK!AIINNJE,
model consisted of 300 collapsed after MRS.YEER AND PRISON HUT..THC BURS AROUND THE 6oNE-AND LOOSE
enough to stand through seven original every re- A A0.NEl. )bU'ttE A RUDDY
In 1775, American Colonial ception and taken back to the r/VWNNIE/WHSN 6iET HER wr WINDOWS ARE BARRED, BOX-PUf HOBNAIL SO 19 MRS. ATTH BEAR FEMALE SHZRIC&i
cocktail receptions a week yet guests. Its basic ingredients remain forces captured Crown Point on! THAT WITCH POC OF HERI:.' FOOTPRINTS-MEANS YJER... OF THE UT/ 'OLMES;
able to accelerate quickly the same today as they shop for sobering up and other COJNTSHISSL'WtlLTEAMU / THATA SEiVTRY SAT SHES F5C'VED
I without low octane' alcohoL were 19 years ago. Lake Champlain. maintenance. It can be used in. I AUZE N05ZS WE Asa WliR '' HFlts:... :
In 1820 the founderof ,
This was Wottle's famous He first built in 120 mothers English I definitely.The I FAKES' ? i i ,

Model B, which revolutionizedr who revolved slowly, ta 1 k I n g modem nursing, Florence I host doesn't have to wor- c .
Nightingale, was born. ry about persuading people to I Z;

0 ATE. SPATC In 1933, President Franklin I come to his fling, and people, .< I IDO

.EII1lIiI.' !! I I E. G I RAP ARE. R D. Roosevelt signed the bill after seeing the party once, ::.J
Rt.I1" creating the Agricultural Adjustment .i know that they can stay away

6 .r T e Ion C 0 S Administration. from all others without miss- !

.1.ACROSS Crude 24.Blunder. IOL ...FOR;.. PANG''I In 1937 London witnessed the ing anything.The I>
.,.Had bdng 25.bore Intern! T to 5 T A.1iI t V r._ coronation of King George VI. small custom guest-makers I
7.Blade ton 28.Trim IIIf ERR. _Eo G R E. T In 1945, Moscow announcedthe which enjoyed such a boom I
1.Shtfcy 29.A.B.C.'* WAR 11. It. Cl'T.E. l. A capture of 63 Nazi generalsin during the New Frontier era, !=n
13.Wing 31.Sleeveless I A O. !:.. p 1.1 A D A R scattered resistance after report that their business is less .
14.Narrow- garment L I. H 8 5 Y 0 L UTE. V-E Day on the Eastern Front. variegated now President John- h1iC OH 1, I HAVE flSilt i III I I N'" -'
minded 3*.Opposed to E. L A I ri I E. o U C E. 5 Ten years ago President son is setting the social pace. TFie Yst21d Wl LL WNY NOTE MY REASONS I ((111 i ,
15.Vampires stow D. There Is I>-<< q BLCW LIP 6E l i I,I Nn' KE Fr'rI
5 E. 1'1 E. T A h C Dwight D. Eisenhower appealedto still great demandfor I _
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linger p1AY PLAT01 UPTUSGOCO
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h.and 36.So be It SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE the free world not to write their ever popular stylized I: NEVicR rr'Lt ,I .I I I WD2K.,
17.Twit 37.PuUiccarrier off French Indo-China, callingit dinner partners, which come in I PLATO, OL*
19.Meadow 44.Remnant S.Dupatch a key to the defense of twin sets male and female.I-c BO///
barley 39.Black 45.Saul boat Southeast Asia. The females are built to flank .<

30.Distress gibbon' grandfather S.Salary Five years ago AH 31 a man during a minute sit. I q h #
41.
Dan. 4.Sense
signal3L Electric wdglits42.1r.ansully DOWN Vindicate persons aboard were killed in down dinner and persuade him a a )

spade : 1.Form of 6.PaInqula the explosion and crash of a in subltle ways that he is perfectly I oNiJ
23.Sweet Jdca 43.Lectern riddle 7.flatfish capital Airlines plane near Bal- uninteresting. The males II ,
8.CmlUot timore. are a set of baldish guests
I Z. sI 4 S.. 7 e f is seaweeds One year ago President whose conversation for ladiesis I. .
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I' iz IJ 9.Share John F. Kennedy ordered federal limited to Scandinavian economics I...,.
Fed c:1upleasure
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: troops into Alabama for or' military politics. I=

I. m 15 12.Sward possible use following the Suddenly, however, no one' .
18.Cooked leg bombing of a Negro motel and: wants the customized off beat MEANINWlE
i Vh V11 16 ?h. of lamb !rioting in Birmingham. I guests which went so :well in tcetr SUO SPEAK IKt I TWJK lL 5E 2ria
,, CARE OF : SH01' 1LE51 M& ID 6WTY 3AYE !BEFOREf tJ S taJt5T AND I I trOWT ifVAN'T' I M N'1' HAVE ANY
to 21.Utopiaa New Frontier r
'lZ u ,U 22.Hint days the professor j I 1 aoe. z>A 6x1+&To Qom'.YC0 EA 5ES t.EEDSr f D arr tVHAT a5 w IhAKE TROC 25tH toiille tli'STAR1r
/ lJ z+ 23.Indian Ski Trip Off about that his could book's joke blithely I- POR AtxOr AN HOtDt. ALL A60Cr: I Hlbl,DADDY: 9ISriLT 1q1 PAT17:
commercial I
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J 'l'h j2' 2'T.1'1DUdcsJ. his. Norwegian expedition have French. One custom guestmaker .
/h 28.Multitude abandoned their attempt. to ski who has with- i ,
/ if/; ,,, been'caught a I
/ jl'h 30.Sew lowly across: the-North Pole. I whole line,of ivy leaguers on his
31 J6"! 40 31.With might. Staib radioed the newspaper hands is so desperate to clear I
32.Sesame oil- j Aftenposten he was giving up his stOckroom.thit he is :
4' a 33.Choler, trying i
36.None I I'fj 250 miles short of'the pole. He to give them away. I

L ,44 "Vh h 45 k ,_ county said .his group: would encountertoo Nobody will have them. They I
.AnnoT many open stretches of wa- have all been tooled to tell devastating :
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I I BBEBaMB BBaBBaaBBRHiB BINOBODYWDERSELIS \ i

Cuba Sugar Crop



It vs McDUFF ON
Estimates Hiked ri1r< 1E



MIAMI (AP-Fidel Castro';s i ciation in Exile estimated the! APPLIANCE STORES Qualify Name-Brand Appliances!

1964 sugar crop, which is his international .. Castro government will increase

trade bankroll, w ill I its 1964 intake by 300,000 tons

be bigger than first estimated,I with this maneuver.

exile economists predicted to
"This is an economic crime,"
day.Jose said Jose Alvarez Diaz former $
,
M. Ulan former Cuban SAVE .
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minister Cuban finance minister. "If left, IN ,
assistant finance revised I
his estimated upward to to mature, the post-season cane" F
would produce 650,000 tons.
3,800,000 long tons. This is the

same as last year's production, Ulan, economic editor of AIP, >.. 4. ywblY.Y
the smallest in decades,but witha a refugee information agency, yb.Mr T rx.: ,

higher price. also cited these factors in upgrading

Some other exile economistswho the 1964 sugar estimate Un Ivers a I-L an d. -* DURING THIS SPECIAL LIMITED-TIME OFFER! h
sit-
watch the Cuban sugar :

uation closely also scaled ear- .
lier estimates upward. Most -Extensive use of "forced All-Fabric 19.95 DECORATOR CART

labor" to offset and _
previous predictions ranged manpower I

from 3 to 3Vfc million tons. mechanical and breakdowns in har- Automatic Iron ;. *( $29.95 COLUMBIA RECORDS _ .YR
Exile sugar experts said the vesting processing sugar.

Castro regime has extended the -Increased production in other .MZ 7 $39.90 TOTAL VALUE' FOR

sugar harvest from May, whenit provinces to offset losses in Jrons all fabrics. Lightweight *
normally ends, to July in order -
Oriente to Hurricane Flora. less wrist fatigue.
to grab needed purchasingpower
Illan said the harvest exten- *
the Completely automatic.
in a drive to crash
U.S. led economic blockade.! sion was ordered after "Castro Large sole! late covers larger "Lsta.
found his attempt to manipulate
This means cutting young cane his 24 ironing area. Model ; *' ONLY
that normally would be left for prices through April sug- $1000
1320
next year's harvest. ar purchases in western Europehad Truly an amazing .

The Cuban Economists AssoIjbrary failed." value today at McDuff! '
Sugar experts who interpreted I' 'IIX

Castro's purchase of 20,000 tons I Ii _
Friends i of sugar from England and I II This All-Metal *

I France as an attempt to raise '

Slate Election prices by feigning an exagger-i *
ated shortage pointed out the Ironing Board

market rose, then fell back. I
Gainesville Friends of the LIbrary COMPLETE WITH *
will elect new officers and NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I
hear an address by Mrs. Clyde You are hereby notified that the follow- PAD & COVERTruly
ing motor vehicle: 1959 Buick 2d S6F600 *
Out
McCoy, author of "Journey 6828 will be sold at public sale at 10:00
of Darkness," at their annual AM o'clock on the 18th day of May'I -
1964. at 1321 North Main Street, Gaines an amazing
meeting at 8 p.m. today at the vlile Florida. The proceeds of the sale!
will be applied to the payment of the: value| today at McDuff! *
Holiday Inn. cost of retaking, storing and sale of said I'' ARVIN. 200C WITH THE PURCHASE
There will be a dinner preceeding motor vehicle and the cost of publication, ro
of notice of sale and then to the satisfaction --- M OF THIS NEW
the meeting at 6:45 celebra- of the balance due under the contract ALL ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH THIS ;_ .. w.>r ... :
of the with Isaac Bethea. P.O. Box 164, %
ting the tenth anniversary Alachua Florida covering the financing;I
Friends of the Library and hon- of said motor vehicle. Any surplus will be.
oring the first (provisional) Ex- paid for to you any balance and you remaining will remain unpaid liable :SE F >

ecutive Board of the organization. Dated under said this contract.28th day of April. 1964. S/lEDl8EEN. :

ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT
CORPORATIONBY _
ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING COMMISION : H. L. JAMERSON
CoO ALACHUA COUNTY COURTHOUSE Gainesville. Florida
,GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA (XU)) 5:12 HEAVY DUTY DELUXE jf
Notice Is hereby given that the Alachua
County Zoning Commission will hold a
public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday -
May 27 1964 in the County Com- _
mission Room (401) in the Courthouse WRINGER WASHER *
to consider: requests to rezone the follow. BuNT1.
ing described property in the following .
described manner
Application No. 56 Rezone from AgrI-
culture to Business "A" (Requested by ,ALL FOR ONLY *
Mr. Norwood Hope) f
A tract of land situated In the NW 'Aef
Sec 25 TVS. R19E. Alachua County. EVERY Esi .
Florida said tract of land being more i STEREOHifi
particularly described as follows: _
_
A
Commence at the NW comer of See. _
25. T9S. R19E. and run S 01 deg or LITTERBffHURY r
26" E. along the West line of the NWUef *
said Sec. 2$. 659.10 feet; thence run
N 8S deg jr :34" E. 50.00 feet to the $88
Easterly right of way line of NW :34th
Street and the Point of Beginning; Phonograph
thence run S 01 deg. 02 26" E. along
the Easterly right of way line of said I< '
NW :34th Street. 960.00 feet; thence run Dad! Mom! .. Automatic phonograph withTiltDown"
N 80 deg. 36' 4I" E. 336.83 feet to the Please lead the way
Westerly right of way line of NW 23rd to the litter basket Use car fitter. *' 4 speed record
Blvd. (Glen Springs Road) thence run
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N 17 deg. 44* 13" W. along the Westerly bags too. Make it a family project Easy rolling casters. Biff safety release wringer. changer. Plays all your stare
right of way line of said NW 23rd Blvd. to keep streets highways fitter-free. Large rollers. Lifetime construction. and monaural records. Has
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Is Really MIKE RATHET I Miller proceeded to loft fourof

Associated Press Sports Writer, his pitches wide of the plate,

Stu Miller has ,been hypnotize intentionally walking Don Blas- I

ing batters for years, but hexnay ingame to load the bases. That I

have put his first base.runt forced Hunt over to second base IIiL' ,

Good ner to sleep. where he apparently figured he

JoeDid ; J It happened Monday night at could catch a few winks while

'* i Washington, where the Orioles Miller faced pitcher Bennie Dan.

lost to the Senators 6-4, despiteMiller's iels.

you notice how pitcher Joe Nuxhall of the Cincinnati L. .+;@#."-, performance and an ex- In Front

Reds reacted Sunday to New York Times' sportswriter Ar- tra second baseman. At any rate, when Daniels

thur Daley's column (carried in the Sun) of his 20 years in sin v'1"P: ; Miller, who seems to lull batters blooped one of Miller's bloopersinto

baseball and still only :5 y ars old? ; :t4: I into submission with his shallow center and it fell

Nuxhall pitched a shutout against the blazing Philadelphia -. f -_i1:'."' ',* slow stuff, got the call from the in front of outfielder Jackie I I Tuesday, May 12, 1964

Phillies and won, 2-0. No jinx for Joe. But that's typical of BRANDT (L) BACKS UP SECOND7Miller Oriole bullpen in the seventh in- Brandt Hunt never left second

.. the fellow Ohioan. (R) Gets 'Em SnoozingBy at third .and Ken Hunt at first.No base. I -':. '

You see, the memories came flooding back with Daley's article Brandt quickly turned himself .t-:

I Sunday. The closest friend this minor league scribblerhas into a second baseman
steppedon
in the majors in Nuxhall. And it's covered 19 of the
More 'Chinese Bandits9For the bag and recorded a rare Jax Tries ,
m 20 years the Reds' hurler has made a living in the game. putout for an outfielder by forcing ,

Daley told how the Reds signed him as a 15-year-old and Blasingame, who had be-

of his debut hi a losing cause against the St. Louis Cardinals. without
,come a man a base.

That was in 1944. Lock, however, hadn't been But Can't

L& In 1945, the Reds sent 16-year-old Nuxhall to Syracuse Army-Just 'Bandits'chants I caught napping and raced home

where he could do little and the Chiefs sent him to Lima
on !with the tie-breaking Don
-. .. .. -. -. run.
limo, men in the Class D Ohio State League. Zimmer who previously had
,
WILL GRLMSLEY ping of the Oriental: tag, which and the coolie hats. collected

Fair Class D ClubThat Associated Press Sports Writer will mean also the end of the This is not the first time nicknames with a two-run threesingles triple ,and followed Hunt I. Save BisonsBy I

WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) Chinese laundry chants and of athletic teams have
was a fair Class D club the Cincinnati Reds had in was left somewhat less red-
World political tensions have coolie hats at West Point games. been changed for political, or
Lima in1945.. Dale Long, now playing first base for the Jack- No faced. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ter's
claimed another victim the phone call from the Pen- other, reasons. Elswehere in the American victory. Rookie right-hand-

famed "Chinese Bandits" of the tagon. No complaint from Right after World War II, League, Albie Pearson slammeda Two home runs, nine walks er Tom Phoebus got off to a

Army football team. Chiang Kai-shek or Chou En-lai. when the Russians and Americans two-run homer and a pair of and five Jacksonville errors fail. rocky start in the opening inning

J From now on, just call them "We just decided that the were in a titanic strugglefor doubles while leading the Los ed to save slumping Buffalo as when Mike Mathiesen hit a two-

J "Bandits." word 'Bandits' was simpler," world supremacy, the Cincinnati Angeles Angels to a 6-5 victoryover the Bisons stranded 13 runners. run homer for Richmond, but

t; That's the official word from said Coach Paul Dietzel, who Reds baseball team decided Kansas City, and Fred The 7-5 loss, which evened the settled down and finished witha
said he got the inspiration for it best to change the name Herd's record four-hitter.
the U.S. Military Academy Whitfield hit a grand-slam homer at 9-9, was its

I where a spokesman, who preferred -the 'Chinese Bandits' out of a to "Redlegs." Later, Premier and Larry Brown a three-run fourth setback in five home out! Ron Piche scattered five hits

I anonymity, explained: comic strip 15 years ago. Khrushchev got a bit more shot in Cleveland's 11-7 wallop ings. In other Internation and Jim McKnight powered a
"We only intended that the friendly, and the name was three-run
"The term 'Chinese Bandits'was ing of Boston. League games lost night, homer as Toronto
team be known as 'Bandits.' It I changed back to "Reds." The"Redlegs"
overwhelmed
The White Sox-Min Rochester meat Richmond punchless
given to our football defensive Chicago 4-2, Atlanta.
has nothing to do with the Chi I took ,
tag never any- nesota was rained out. Columbus shut out Syracuse 1-0() It was McKnight's sixth homerof
sonville Suns, did the same for Lima that season. Johnny unit. It was intended to nese." He didn't explain the J how. game
The New York Yankees and Detroit and Toronto blanked Atlanta the year.Tonight's .

bunch of
Klippstein, now hurling for the Philadelphia Phillies, was on mean a tough guys. '

the staff with Nuxhall. So was Walt Stangry, a lefty and Also it gave the second team were not scheduled. 60.Duke games:

brother of Haines City's fine football coach Joe Stangry. Owen some dignity. British Isles Team Downs Pearson Hot Carmel clouted Buffa- Jacksonville (Fanok C-0)) at

Friend, later a second baseman with the old St. Louis "But it had an undesirable international Pearson homered in the second lo's first stadium homer of Syracuse (Hamilton 3-1), 7:45

Browns, was an infielder.It connotation, and doubled in the fifth and the season, a 430-footer into the p.m, EDT. Atlanta (Nieson 0-1)

was a good tough league. People like Ned Carver, Wally we've had some criticism ever All-Cornel's in Cricket Tilt scored on a sacrifice fly by center field seats in the first I at Rochester (Chittum 0-2)), 7:30

Post, Bob Montag, Bob Nieman all were in and out. since it started. You see there Jim Fregosi then came across inning, while Joe Hicks also p.m. EDT. Richmond (Sheldon

Nuxhall came to Lima with appropriate fanfare. He was are different kinds of mear I The British Isles team beat Cedric Stratton, England, with what turned out to be the homered for the herd in the 2-0) at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m. EDT.

big, strong, threw hard and wild. He also packed the stands.In guys good, mean guys and I an All Comers group 58-47 then produced 30 runs .after a decisive run when he doubled sixth. But four Buffalo hurlers __Only games scheduled.

a little over a half-season he posted a 10-5 record, struck mean, mean guys. Saturday in the latest cricket shaky start, partnered by John and scored on Billy Moran's sin- failer to stop Jacksonville.

out 135 batters in 126 innings, walked only 90 and had a 2.57 "There was the idea that th< match at the University of Flor. Worthy. England, and guest gle in the seventh. The A's, Single, Homer

earned run average. Luna finished second to Middletown in mean, mean guys were Chinese ida. Ed Rochstein, New Jersey, seven who lost their sixth in seven Joe Morgan, who made three

in a close race and lost to Newark in a preliminary playoff. Communists. Rather than create each. Rochstein was not out games, struck for three runs in
Bowlers Vince Morton, S outh before reliefer erros, hit a single and a homerto
There was one game Nuxhall went into the top of the ninth an international incident, we Africa Akbar India in the inning as British Isles the eighth Barry extend his
streak
; and Siraj Latman cut off the hitting to
with a big lead, 10 runs or more. He hadn't walked a batter. decided it best to skip it. tallied 58 runs. Stan Etchells, rally.
British to 14 for
limited the team seven Whitfield hit his grand slamin games Jacksonville. Ron
He got two outs. Then he walked one on a 3-2 pitch. He Officially, Army denied that Canada, closed the inning, hustling Cox and
runs for three wickets. the fifth and Brown hit his Jack Damaska had two
walked a second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth- there were any political pressures the last six men out in four I hits each in
batting two Sun
three-run homer in four-run
which dictated the drop- a
Finally, the Lima manager could stand no more. He put in a overs for 12 runs. runs apiece.
that sent
relief pitcher who proceeded to walk another few before that eighth-inning uprising
The All Comers batting the Indians and rookie Tommy Julio Gotay, playing his third
,
welcome third out -jp
came. AL Lucky started confidently and brisklybut John into the ninth with an 11-1 game since being sent down by -

Weaves slid to 47 all out in a terse lead. The Red Sox, however, the Pittsburgh Pirates last
Sports HistoryIt
finish. Krishnan, India; Etchells, battled back, jamming in six week, batted in the lone run for

was in 1947 that Nuxhall weaved a sports page of history Yanks Have 7; Dindayal Carlton, India, 6i; .runs after two were out in the Columbus with a homer in the

never to be forgotten in Ohio athletic ranks. He gave up were chief scorers. Leo Collins, I ninth before Ted Abernathy put seventh inning. Gotay lined a 3-2

baseball in 1946, discouraged because Cincinnati apparently Short FenceNEW Ireland; and B r y an Whipp, out the fire. pitch over the left field fence

wanted ,him to stay in the low minors even after his good Wales, whittled away the inning off Bruce Brubaker for the

showing at Lima. By doing so, he regained his amateur stand. YORK (AP-You know with their fine bowling. ALBoxes game's only score.
Hamilton Ohio School that short right field in Yankee
ing for his senior year at High
Stratton Giles
has scored 100 runs Troy who pitched the
Nuxhall He for Stadium that Kansas City own Dennis Leahy St.VI Tinnty BOSTON CLEVELAND
was perfectly eligible. never reported
in four innings this season.A abrll bi ab r h bi first five innings, and reliever-
baseball until school was through in late May or early June. er Charles Finley has been complaining Schilling 2b t 1 1 2 Howser ss 5221
return match has winner Bob
been set
collaborated
about? GHS SlatesScrimmage Bressoud ss 5 0 1 Brown 2b 4113 Priddy
His grades were fine. When the Ohio association that corresponds for 2 at Y'trze'skl cf 4 0 0 Wagner If 4210 the shutout.
to the Florida High School Activities Associationgave Well, it develops he and the p.m. Saturday Fleming Malzone 3b 3110 Whitfield! Ib 4224 on
Field. Clinton rf 4121 Kindall Ib 1010
him the go-ahead, he went. rest of the American League are Stuart Ib 4231 Francona rf 5131 Home Runs

Nuxhall was a fullback in football. His team, Hamilton lucky the Yankees are so afflicted. I'' n". Tillman Conigllaro c If 3100 4 1 2 Azcue Held I cf c 4110 4010 Back-to-back homers by Earl

Public, opened_its season against Lima South in Lima. South Lamabe aMantilla p 1 1000 000John Alvis p 3D 3132 3100;I Robinson and Curt Blefary in BILL COLLINS

had a great club that year, or would have had. Afflicted? Yes, afflicted. Today 3:45 Earley 0000 Bell p 0001: the fifth kayoed starter Billy New Prexy
bWilliams 1 0 0 Abernathy p0001
I What happened that night was that Nuxhall battered a 200- Finley recently charged that Wood p 0000 Muffett and paced Roches-

line into submission with sheer strength. He the friendly right-field stands at : cJones 0001 Bill
pound South was Gainesville High School was 11IAJORW1ll Totals 35 7 It 7 Totals 371115 11 CollinsIs

the Jim Brown and Jim Taylor ,of 1947. Hamilton won a Yankee Stadium, only 296 feet to have a scrimmage at 3:45 to- Grounded out for Lamabe in 6th;
Grounded out for Earley in 8th; c-
close game; South's linemen were so bruised and battered from home plate, were largely day at the GHS field as spring Walked for Wood In 9th. Steve Oven'Figllting'

that the Lima eleven never did live up to potential the remainder responsible for the Yankees' football moves along for the Boston .................. .000 oil oo 7 President
Cleveland .. ,.,. ... 820 040 14x-11
of the season. domination of the league in the NATIONAL LEAGUE
Hurricanes. Cleveland
E-Alvis. PO-A Boston 24-11. -
I Nuxhall and Hamilton? They went undefeated and took a last -40 years. Batting 50 at bats Mays. San Francis 2711. DP John Howser and Whit
belie Coach Jim Niblack said a review -co .471; Williams, Chicago .405. field; Brown unassisted; Bressoud SchillIng -
high ranking in the state poll. Mighty Massillon w.-s. No. 1, Maybe so. But the figures Runs-Mays, San Francisco 24 Cle and Stuart. Brown and Whitfield. Of RiverlandCEDAR
however. Nuxhall made all-state. I that charge this year. of films of last Fridaynight's mente Pittsburgh. 20. LOB Boston 4, Cleveland <.
Runs batted in Mays San Francisco 28 Stuart, Howser. HR-Whitfield,
showed that ONEIDA
The rugged Nuxhall took up in baseketball where he :.eft off In eight games at Yankee Sta. scrimmage 30; Stargell Pittsburgh. 22. Brown. S-John. N.Y. (APFormerNew
American League offensive standouts were linemen Hits Clemente Pittsurgh, 41; Mays, IP H R ERBBSO York Giants' football KEYBill Collins,
in football. Hamilton was a powerhouse, went to the state dium, the San Francisco 40. Lamabe L. 3-1 ...5 9 6 6 1 4
champions have hit only two Kenny Mack and Pete En- Doubles Clemente, Pittsburgh Earley .......... 2 1 1 1 2 1 coach Steve Owen veteran of Hawthorne athletic coach, was
finals and took the Class A championship. Nuxhall, who play 9; Cardenas. Cincinnati; Meye, Milwaukee Wood ............1 5.4 4 0 2 chosen of
ed center again made all-state. home runs. In contrast, the Yankees wall and backs Jack Eckdahl, and Stargell Pittsburgh. I. John, W 2-1 .......2-3' 6 1 1 5 many a gridiron battle, is fight president the River-
Triples Banks and Santo. Chicago xBell ............0 1 1 0 2 0 land Conference for 1964-65
in Charles Smith Alex ; ing a serious illness in a hospital at a
have hit 14 home runs Brian Hipp, Allen, Philadelphia, and Boyer, St. Lou- Abernathy ....... 1.3 0 0 0 I 0
Pleas to No AvailBut 12 road games. Druash, Chris Johnson, Al Simmons -Is.Home x-Faced 3 men In 9th. U-McKinley, oxygen tent."Stout meeting here last night.
runs Mays San Francisco Soar, Salerno and Valentine. T-2:2" A-
Eight of those home runs were and Tommy Cone. 11; Howard Los Angeles 10. 3403. Steve," as he was Serving with Collins will be
when the baseball season started and Nuxhall showedup Stolen bases Wills. Los Angeles Al Powers as vice president and
Yankees' four- and known his
smashed in the On defense, Simmons 10; Harper, Cincinnati t. BALTIMORE WASHINGTON during 23-year coach.
to pitch, you should have heard the screaming from opposing sweep over the Indians in Chris Gwin topyed the linemen Pitching Marietta), San Francisco, abrhbl abrhbl ing career with the Giants, was John Rutledge as secretary.
game 5-0 1.000; Shaw San Francisco and Brandt cf 4110 Zimmer 3b 5142
that because of his two
schools. They argued years as Cleveland last weekend. Before while Johnson, Bill Dees, Eugene Gibson St. Louis. 3-0. 1.000. Apariclo ss 5 0 1 Kennedy ss 5120 admitted to Oneida City Horpi. Dexter Bender of Hawthorne,
Nuxhall should not have been permitted to regain Strikeouts M a Ion e y, Cincinnati Kirkland rf 5 0 0 0 Hinton If 5030
professional
a that Mickey Mantle and Com. Branch and Dennis Leahyled 37; Drysdale. Los Angeles 34. Siebern Ib 4120 Skowron Ib 5000 tal Saturday.A a fine performer in football, bas-
eligibility in the sport in which he was a pro. Their home I Robinson 3b 3 1 2 1 Lock rf 2213 ketball and track
hammered five runs was named
pany the backs. AMERICAN LEAGUE Powell If 2112 Leppert e 2000 hospital spokesman said to- ,
pleas were to no avail.It off Senators' pitching in three Niblack said Steve Tinneyhas Batting 50 at bats Olive, Minnesota Orsino c 4011 Brumley c 2000 day the 66-year-old Enid Okla. athlete of the year.
Adair 2b 3000 Hunt cf 3 1 1 0McCorm'k ,
nice to to ,
would be ending a glorious one-man
a year say .441; Fregosl Los Angeles .388. Collins said
games in Washington. done a fine job as safetyman Runs Olive and Rollins Minneso p3000Cottier 2b 2000 native was in critical conditionand the next meetingwill
Hamilton won the state baseball title. I didn't. In a regional ta, Miller p 0 0 0 aBla'ame 2b 0000
That's 13 home runs in seven 23. Daniels 4101 in be Sept. 3, at Hawthorne.He .
Nuxhall struck out he faced. and corner linebacker on de Runs batted InWagner, Cleveland, bJackson 1000 p an oxygen tent.
tourney game, everyone games on the road. Just before the 25; Colavito Kansas City. 21. Kline p 0000 The nature of his illness said there currently are no
fense. Offensively, improvement Totals M 4 I 4 Totals 15 4 11 4 i is
hold ,
school catcher unfortunately couldn't Hits Oliva Minnesota 45 Brass.oud.
But his high they went on their first road Eckdahl Boston 35. ; a-Walked for Cottier in 7th; b-Struck not disclosed. plans to expand the league
all the third strikes. Nuxhall lost a 2-1 game. of. quarterbacks Doubles Boston, out for Miller In 9th.
Bressoud and
his baseball after his trip, the Yankees played three and Johnson has been a high Mathews. Kansas City 7. Baltimore .............. 182 000 01..-.4 Owen, who retired as the which plays six-man football,
career high
resumed
Nuxhall pro straight games without hitting a Triples Versalles Minnesota, and Washington ............ 300 000 30x-4 Giants' coach in 1953 suffereda basketball, softball and track.
senior and team ,
school graduation and it took seven more years for him to spot. Johnson, a Hinton Washington 4.
Stadium. E-Adair. PO-A Baltimore 24-7, Washington
home run at Yankee Home ruM-Colavito. Kansas City, heart attack two Collins said there is
a possibil.
much im years ago
has shown 2713. LOB Baltimore Wash-
get to the big show. co-captain, ,; Hall, Minnesota, and Skowron, Wash I.
I ington 11.2BHinton.. I but said to have
ington, t. was made a ity of another school making
lie's never been a 20-game winner but he did get 17 in provement.The Stolen Orsino. 3B-Zimmer. HR-
bases Apariclo Baltimore.
1955 with the Reds. He was one of the heroes of the all-star Juanita Fulmer two GHS quarterbacks 10; Wagner Cleveland, 5. I Lock. Powell. SB-Aoanclo.H R S-ERBBSO Robinson.IP .I complete recovery. inquiry into joining the league.
Pitching Kline Washington,
3-0.
game that year, pitching 3 1-3 innings, giving just two hits, threw well yesterday'in a drill. 1.000; Bunker and Stock, Baltimore; :Miller McCorm'k...U...0-2.... 6 12-31 1-3 10 5 1 5 1 5 1 3 3

no runs, three walks, fanning five and staving off the American To Head LoopJuanita Sandy Cruischank and Bobby Radatz Chicago,; Boston Kralick; Pizarro Cleveland! and; Chance Fisher, :I Daniels W 3-2 ... 72.3' 4 4 A 2
.
I Kline .. ...... 11-3 2 0 0 0 1
Jack
League until Stan Musial hit a home run in the 12th .Roundtree topped the receivers. Los 1.000.Angeles and Arrigo Minnesota 2-4, WP-McCormick. PB-Leppert. U-Hater on

to win. Nuxhall on in the bottom of the Strikeouts I Hurley Flaherty, Carngan. T-2:29. GO LF
produce a 6-5 came Fulmer was elected WIdcersham Detroit 36; ,W3,813.KANSAS. N'icklaus

eighth with the bases loaded and two out to-strike out AL president of the Florida National I Raiford WinsRAIFORDThe Radatz Boston. 32.Sclienck. CITY LOS ANGELES

hurler Whitey Ford. Bank Coffee League yester-! abrhbl abrhbi

Nuxhall was 15-8 with a 2.61 ERA last year in a remarkable day at the group's banquet. She I Raiford Pris.four Leads Green Causey 2b ss 5020 510 Moran Pearson 3b cf 3121 4332 I'/&HreL8OW CONf'ROtz. ""

comeback after going down to the minors with arm on team pushed over Mathews cf 5 1 3 1 Fregosi ss 2101 11" (
for the 1964-65 MY --
will I
serve sea- Gentile RGONAr.- t
in the bottom of the eighthto Ib 4121 Thomas rf 4000 .
trouble for a couple of years. .runs Mixed LeagueRobert Colavito rf 41 1 Rodgers c 4022 flAeOKY -THAT A WING1 ) ..
score a 10-6( win over Gaines Lau c 4012 Satriano Ib 4010 ACCENTING U&g Of- -
\
There have almost annual meetings with the big man son.Other
been officers are Mae Hill, Williams 3b 40 0 Okirkpatr'kIf3lOO AKMS", KA1U&.R.THAM I t' .
ville Store.
Variety Reynolds If 2 1 1 0 Knoop 2b 4000 Il
in Florida each One never-to-be forgotten episode occurred Schenck led the Mixed I
spring. vice president; Betty Olson, Pete Henderson was the losing bjimenez If 1000 Newman p 3000 WRISTS, PRO2E: I /
in 1954. Your servant, then working in Wilmington, League at Palm Lanes last Drab'sky p 2 0 0 0 Chance p 0000 &REAiEr* CONTROL-- \. I
secretary; Juanita Napier, hurler for Gainesville and Ins- aAlusik 1000 Latman pOD 0 0 IM MINIMIZIN&' \NR15T '... \L -
Phillies and Athletics. But he
Delaware, was following the women with 473. Pat Bronsword cou was the winner for Raiford. week with a 532 series on 171- cBryan Gnenda p 0000 1000 Ac.-rIONIN: AL2PfflOt410 ,

made a side-trip to Tampa from Clearwater for a day's visit treasurer; and Diane Wis- Sheffield led Raiford with three 173-188. Frank Collier had 524 Wyatt p 0000 AININC":1 A LOfJ&Etf ARC,
with Nuxhall Reds. Totals M S115 Totals J1 < I i i AW.OVV MY R'IOirFLPOW'fo
and the ner, sergeant -at-anns. hits in five trips. and Myron Cunningham 505. Grounded out for DrabowSky In 7th; POIN'fSr..IGU1'LY
-- .. vv. .. Eleanore Todaro topped the b-Flied out for Reynolds In 5th; c- UP ANt: AWAY OMOPYON -r
Popped out for Gnenda In ttft. "

Lome Along to notel women with 473: Pat Bronsword Kansas City .............. IM Oil 030-5 .fl4 ACKwjH&
1$2 :: .. : Los Angeles ......?...... 220 010.llx-4 I
After practice, Nuxhall said to come along to the downtown !had 472 and Nita Thomas 450. IE
E-Moran, Reynolds. PO-A Kansas
hotel where the Reds were staying. He had his car and Billy Lyon's Sunoco Station City 24-2, Los Angeles 27-11 DP-Fregosi,

into it piled Johnny Temple, then second baseman outfielderJim lad a 2210 series and a 779 Los Knoop Angeles and Satriano.5.28Rodgers". LOB-Kansas City- 7,

Adams Rocky Bridges, etc. Pearson J, Gentile, Lau.
Greengrass, Bobby iigh game. -
IR-Pearson.. SF-Fregosi.
Nuxhall drove off. And just as he did so, the owner of the !p MB -fO .-. .CM"1 E: i
s' 5 ; ;
Drabowsky L. 1-3 1
car alongside NuxhalTs, stepped on the starter. There was a Grzenda ........ 1 2 1 1 I 2 c
loud explosion. of the other auto were jolted. Pete Pilote Wyatt .......... 1 1 0 0 S 1 !
Occupants
,
I NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUE xNewmanW,2-17 4 3 I 2 -
Nuxhall roared off in a screech of tires. The other car .. L Pet. G.B.. W L Pet. G... yCnanc ....... 0 2 1 1 0 0 ,
San Fran. IS 7 .682 -. Chicago 12 < JUJ Latman .........2 S 0 S 0 1 '
wasted no time following along. There ensued a traffic-twist Phila'pttla 14..436 1 New York 13 7 .450 Top Player x-Faced 2 men hi tth. r-Faced.2 men A' it t
ing'chase the John Milwaukee 14 10 .583 2 Cleveland 12 9 .571 IV bism. ; il
down Avenue (now
Kennedy
Central
St. Louis 15 11 .577 2 Baltimore 13 10 .565 IV HBP-By Drabowsky (Fregosi, By
memorial boulevard) that left a stranger faint. Pittsburgh 13 12 .520 3V I Minnesota 12 11 .522 2V MONTREAL (CAP -Pierre Newman (Reynolds). U-Stevens. Kapp
13 12 .520 3V 1 Rice, Stewart. T2:21.3.357..
Cincinnati I Los Angeles 1113.4304 0EI4E6
Finally, at a stop light, the other car caught up. And Chicago 9 11 .450 5 Boston 10 13 .435 4'.d (Pete) Pilote, aggressive captain
from it quite ox of a man. He strode Houston 11 16 .407 6 V5! Washington 12 16 ja S of the rough and tumble FLORIDA
angry, stepped an Los Angeles! IB 15 .400 6'A Detroit 13 .409 S STATE LEAGUE

over to Nuxhall's side of the car, ripped open the door, New York 11.250 10 Kansas_ City t 14 .364 Chicago Black Hawks, was Ft. Lauderdale ........W 107,06-L Pt?. G.B. WR1 GIJAP

and demanded an explanation.When Yesterdays Results 11.Y.st.rday'sCleveland Boston 7 Results named the National Hockey Daytona Beads ........ 14, t MA 1 ArntE PAL* CM'
St. Louis 3. Philadelphia 2 St.Petenburg..l3.591 2V4 OCCUK& WH MTWROU6H et.fJOW .
a like Ted KluszewskI is strong men Washington 4. Baltimore 4 outstanding defense- ........... .
person angry, Cincinnati 7. Pittsburgh i Los Angeles 6. Kansas City f League's Lakeland ... 12 9 .571 3 Ivgyco'i-o
pale. Practical Kluzewski's hand Houston 4, San Francisco I Chicago at Minnesota. rain Sarasota ................. 12 .429 ODY) 1& pgvtJ-rg
joker Nuxhall, with huge Only games scheduled Only games scheduled man for the second straight Tampa ................... 13 .o, 6 AND -t A"r..e 1'0 J
waving in his face, weakly murmured be didn't know it was Tedays Games Todays Games today. Miami .. ........ ?.?. S 14 .344 TVb AM :
toe Angeles at Chicago New York at Detroit N year Orlando .::........:...... 615' JM 9 FOw-nECzUUAP{ .J
Big Ted's car when the others egged him into the stunt. San Francisco It Houston, N Chicago at Minnesota N For his selection by hockey Yesterday'S Results Kluszewski laughed released Nuxhall and fireda .iwaukee at New York Boston at Cleveland N Orlando 2-4 Tampa 1-1 N .IN A eoer of-srl".1
uproariously, it. Louis at Philadelphia N Baltimore at Washington. N writers and broadcasters in Lakeland *-l.' Daytona Beach 2-0 Ai'M WJJJ .
parting shot that it was a good stunt but not to let it ;incmn ti at Pittsburgh NT.morrsws Kansas City at Los Angeles. N each of the circuit's six cities, Sarasota 1-1. Fort Lauderdale 0-0
Games TomofTeWs Games St. Petersburg X Miami 2-10
happen Inning! NOr": eisow
again. Jan Francisco at Houston. N Kansas City at Los Angeles 2 twl-night Pilote will receive the' James TmrrWs Games +s eru.eopY 'ASIC'AlLY' "
Since then, Nuxhall has to Milwaukee at New York Chicago at Minnesota. N Daytona Beach at St. Petersburg ClOSE NV$ I-O $
confined his foolery deceiving .t. Louis at Philadelphia. N New York at Detroit. N Norris Memorial Trophy plus Orlando at Sarasota OK FloppyNuxhall
opposing batters and Cincinnati at Pittsburgh N Boston at Cleveland N t2 .
doing a fine of it. I Fort. Lauderdale at Tampa
job Los Angeles at Chicago Baltimore at WathlnWon N I $1,500 from the league. Mlamia at Lakeland




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Sugar Ramos 4 _g, Dick Farrell Holds Mays to l-for-4 .1.1By



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+ BOB GREEN I He lowered his earned-run:on base. This, of course, Is 1 third on Matty's single. Mays homer drove in' an the Cardina. "

Found Out Associated Press Sports Writer average to a respectable 2.14, quite an accomplishment. :struck out and Matty broke for runs and gave lefty Ray Sadecki

which is even more respectablewhen Farrell, who was 14-13 with :second. The throw went to sec- just enough working room to

4 Syr, 4 Anytime a pitcher comes up it is considered that all the ninth-place club last season, ond and Matty stopped. But Nel- .make his six-hitter stand up. 1
record for the Hous-
with 4-1
,,j.; a his decisions have been againstthe scattered 10 hits about as effec. :lie Fox made a quick throw to
1' Colts he has to have something
Hard ton league's tougher clubs: two tively as possible and got the third and Jesus was picked off
Dick Far-
WayBy for him.
going victories over St. Louis includ- benefit of some strange Giant.for a weird double play. ,
rell, however, has an even more ,cx t
L ing a four-hitter, and a win and baserunning.Jesus .
I statistic He limited Cards Win
impressive : loss to Los Angeles. Alou, leading off the 1. ..
ARTHUR DALEY Willie Mays to 1-for-4. St. Louis edged Philadelphia
w first, singled, but was thrown
vf
3em jerk tmtis F The Colt right-bander, a hulk- Lone Single out trying to make third on .3-2 and Cincinnati rallied for a

NEW YORK Boxing champions.who go into the other ing, 220-pounder, won his fourth And against the Giants he allowed -brother Matty's single. Mays 7-6 victory over Pittsburgh in i I

I fellow's backyard to defend their titles are looking for trouble. < game Monday night, pitchinghis streaking Willie a singlehis then singled, but Farrell pitched the only other games on the

, Sugar Ramos of Cuba found it in Ghana. His featherweightcrown eighth-place mates to a 4-1 first time up, then retired, out of it. short National League schedule. ,

was at stake in Accra where he met Floyd Robertsonof -.. < +.' triumph over National League- him three times in a row striking And in the fifth, Jesus doubled Pete Rose's three-run homerin

Ghana last Saturday. At the end of 15 rounds the referee, PETE ROSE leading San Francisco. him out once with two men I with one out and held up at the eighth inning provided the,

a Briton, voted for the home town hero but the two judges, Socks Homer Reds with their victory at Pitts-

one an .American and the other a Mexican, voted for burgh even though the Pirates
,'Ramos. rallied for two in their half of
LauderdaleLoses Utility Department Raps Ever happento
The unbiased members of the Ghana Boxing Authority dis the inning.

agreed with the majority and first called the bout "no con- -- Julian Javier's seventh-inning ?

test." But this ruling would not have stripped Ramos of his Two : L.- Boxes, Pnblix in Business LoopUtility you

championship. So the deep-thinking authoritarians gave the _. c I If you bought your insur-
matter second thoughts the next day and did the only fair 1-0 GamesBy Nicklaus Tops ance from a one-com
Department defeated ter 11-10 for its fifth straightwin
and reversed the official decision and Night Cam
square thing. They_ pany agent you were left

decreed that their boy, ,Robertson, was the new champion.This THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN FRANCISCO abrhbi HOUSTON abrhti Prison Publix 5-4 8-3,and CWA Gainesville nipped live-Road Howard's with an 8-7 TV verdict stayed over unbeaten Golfers in $$ all alone. If you boughtit

ruling is so ridiculous that it can neither stick nor I II Orlando, Lakeland and Sara- J. Alou rf 4020 Kasto u 4110 stock blanked Sunnyland Pack- through an independent -
gain acceptance. If it had been made by some clowns on an : M. Alou If 4 0 3 0 Fox 2b 2100 Medical Students and Penn DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) Jack insurance agent, you
,
sota scored doubleheader vic- Mays cf 4010White rf 4131 ing 11-0() in Division I softb all Chem General Electric
American Boxing Commission, it would be laughed to scorn. i McCovey lb 4 1 1 OWynn cf 3110 topped Nicklaus, until last Sunday the had a friend nearby you
tories Monday in the Florida Haller 4020 Aspro'nte 3b 4000 in the Business
But Ghana is one of the emerging nations of Africa. Its sensi- Hiller 2b c 300 OStaub Ib AOll games Leagueat 95.City only double tournament winner could call on.Kirkpatrick.
State League while St. Peters Williams If 2000 City Park last night. League action tonight
Hart 3b 4010
tivity is acute and its nationalistic pride blazes with a fierce 2000 aSpangl 2011 this year, sat securely today at
burg overcame Miami in ten Pagan ss In Division II Radia- will send Budweiser
with bKuenn 1 0 0 0 Bateman c 3000 Fulps against
intensity. Hence the reckless step should be.treated more the head of the Professional
innings in the only single game O'Dell p 3000 Farrell P 3010 tor nudged Sunland raining Cen- Schlitz at 7 and Gainesville
compassion and delicacy than would have been the case if the Shaw p 0000 Golfers' Association's list of 10
scheduled. Ol/Halo" 0000 Wings meets Guy Cleveland &
i same thing had happened over cSnider 1000 top money winners with $-16,925.Nicklaus' .
Sarasota shutout Fort Lauder- Totals 34 110. Totals 31 4 t 3 Construction Co. at 9.
dale twice 1-0, 1-0. In the first a-Singled for Williams In 6th; b- Barbers Livestock boosted its mark to double winner dis- Edmonson
Integral PartBad Grounded out for Pagan In 9th; c-Filed Nip tinction was shattered Sunday
: game, Fort Lauderdale failed to out for Duffalo In 9th. 5-1 in Division I as Smith hurl INSURANCE, Inc
decisions have been an integral part of boxing ever hits but the Sun ed the three-hit shutout. with Bill Casper's $14,000 victory I
score on seven San Francitco ....__...... 101100 000-1
since James Figg raised his fists in anger in 1719. Some have I Sox squeezed out a run in the Houston ................. 100 003 Wx-4E Duncan 9-7 (Division I) in the Colonial Open at Fort 31 N. Main 372-8438

been'dishonest decisions because conspirators have been lurk- top of the ninth. Publix 000 000 2-3 6 Worth Tex. Casper's second
-O'Oell Hart. PO-A-San Francisco
ing behind the scenes for hundreds of years. But there is no In the second game, Sarasota 34-'. Houston 27-1X DP-Kasko. Fox and Utility Dept. 400 301 x-8 6 win of the 1964 tour boosted him

way a government agency can overrule them, good or bad. pitchers held Fort Lauderdaleto Staub.OB-;San Bateman Francisco Fox 8. and Houston Aspromonte.i.2B In Softball Dykes and Curry, Cook, Box into third position with $30,981for

Considering the state the fight game now is in, it probablycan't three hits and put one run -McCovey, J. Alou.IP SRo ERBBSO. and Melton. the season. YOU a.le nrlralatrnur

get much worse although moves like this merely intro- home in the third. O'Dell. U 0-1 .... 51-344314 Plummer's Barbers scored ;a CWA 300 020 0-5 5 However, no crown is ever
across plate I Shaw .... ..... 1 2-3 A 0 0 0 1 Atillli
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duce the new element of total anarchy. The double victory boosted 'Duffalo .........1 0 0 0 0 0 9-7 Community League softball Road Prison 000 001 3-4 4 safe until the last tournament of
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Farrell W. 41. V 10 1 1 2 4 meet r rusts
Presumably this was a bad decision. The distinguished Lon Sarasota from seventh to fifth HBP-By O'Dell (Fox). U-Harvey. win over Duncan Brothers last Wilson and Harris; Goodlet and the season when Arnold Palmer

don authority, Peter Wilson, scored Robertson an easy win- spot in league standings. ,Venzon 11.331. Weyer Conlan. T-2:06. A- night at Lincoln Field while Edwards. lurks in second position with

"ner. So did the less un-prejudiced witnesses among the Orlando, the league's cellar Night Cam Bartley Temple nipped Rus- Sunnyland 000 00- 3 earnings of $38,498. ,
Ghanians the fact that Ghana
at ringside. More disturbing
P was dweller, came up with,a pair of ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA sell's Barbers 9-8 in the her Livestock 073 Ox-10 111
termed the two judges "corrupt capitalists" and
newspapers
surprise victories over Tampa.It abrhbi abrhbi game played. Mortan and Bibler; Smith and
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"imperialist exploiters. That phraseology has a reddish tingeto Flood cf 4000 RoJas cf 3120
t took Orlando 13 innings to Groat ss 4010 Calllson rf 3010 Willie Lewis and Ralph Jetter
it. The judges, by the way, were two junkettering White Ib* 4000Allen 3b 3011 I WE ARE PROUD TO BE I
officers of the low-rated World Boxing Association, Ed Lass- get by Tampa 2.1 in the first Boyer 3b 4000 Sievers lb 3000 Brockington led Plummer'swith (Division II ) ,
McCarver 3 0 0 0 Taylor 2b 4000
game and they won 4-1 in a e three hits each while Sunland 410 401 0-10 8 5
Lewis rf 4110 Cater If
man of Miami Beach and Ramon Velasquez of Mexico City. 4110 j
shortened seven inning second I James If 3110 Trlandos c 3000 Wesley Johnson had a pair for Fulps 320 600 x-11 14 4
The guarantee of $50,000 is the lure: that brough Ramos I Javier 2b 2123 Wine ss 4001 i
Into Ghana in the first place although there now is no as- game. i I Sadecki p 3000 Culp aCovIngton p 1010 2000 Duncan Brothers. Kent and Tierney; Wallace,!

surance that he will get it without strings being attached.But Lakeland took a pair from bBriggs 0000 Lester Spence had three hits Blackwelder, Shake and Decla HEADQUARTERS FOR
Daytona Beach 6-2, and 10.() Both Baldschun p 0 0 0 0 for Bartley Temple, one a homer. -ros. .
he and his smart handler, Angelo Dundee, should have Totals 31 3 S 3 Totals 30 2 6 2 '
known better. Champions should always stay out of the other games went seven innings. Covlngton a-Singled in for 7th.Culp In 7th; B-Ran for Benmi Hadley had three for !Med Students 051 010-7 9 0

guy's backyard. St. Petersburg dropped Mi- Russell's. Howard's TV 200 321-8 8 3

ami 3-2 in 10 innings.Today's St. Louis ................. 000 000 WO-3 Games tomorrow night will Hoffman and Poppelo Blanton i
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Philadelphia ........... 11.100 000-2
Telling ForceNever schedule calls for send Duval Shoe Shop against and Strawn, Higginbotham. I

Daytona Beach at St. Petersburg E-Taylor. PO-A-St. Louis 27-17 Phil- Plummer's at 7:15 and Lincoln GE 020 030-6 6 4,
was the principle driven home with more telling force delphla 27-n. DP-Trlandos and Wine; I
Orlando at Sarasota, Fort Bayer Javier and White; Sievers. Wine Estates meets Russell's at 9.Plummer's Penn Chem 202 320-9 8 01
. than it was by Battling Siki in the defense of his light-heavy- Lauderdale at and Mi- and Sievers. LOB-St. Louis 3, Philadelphia : [WELDWOODPRODUCTS
Tampa, 6. 312 03-911 Szafran and Hayne; Per r y'
weight championship in 1923. Silo was a Sengealese, The Singular ,
ami at Lkeland. JB-Allen Callison. HR-JavIer. S Duncan Bros. 101 32-7 6 and Poore.
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Senegalese they called him and not without reason. Callison.
":He was a fistic freak who came out of the African jungles adeckl. W, 1-3 '" f IP 6 H R 2 IIt.1 2 4 SO 2 Johnson and Lewis; Sheppard, I ,
McChristianLeaas Gulp L, 1-3 ...... 7 A 3 3 2 6 Davis and Dawson.Russell's .
,, and dethroned Georges Carpentier of France, a superlative Baldschun ...... 2 1 0 0 0 0 FSV I _____ \ I
000 113 3.810 Tops
fighter. WP-Sadecki 2. Balk-Sadecki. PB-Trindos.

Siki made his first defense in as improbable an arrangement WinIn or. T-2:09.. U-Secory A11,2OO.H'ight, Burkhart.. Sudol Pry- Bartley Temple 202 030 2-9 10 As Headquarter Dealers we maintain the

t"" % as ever was made. He was matched against that fine Game Henry, Willis and Jones; Tay SouthernTALLAHASSEE

,. broth of a lad, Mike McTigue of County Clare, In Dublin on Cadet League hockey play CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH lor and Powers. largest stock of pre-finished Weldwood I

'St. Patrick's Day. How singular can a Senegalese be? Chip McChristian led the Citi- abrhbi abrhbi Panels in this part of Florida. We also carrya
AP Flor-
Rose 2b 5 1 2 ( ) |;
Bailey 3b 5011
It was during "the time of the trouble" and Ireland was zens Bank team to a 2-1 victoryover Klaus 3b 5110 Virdon cf 4120
ida
State sent three,
In turmoil. A delegation of free states visited Bould Michael Florida National Bank. Plnson Johnson cf Ib 5120 fFreese 1000 WillistoiiWins University 'I complete assortment of Weldwood glue, ,
3111 McBean p 0000 runners over home plate in the,
:in training, shot out a few light bulbs for fun and ceremon- McChristian made both goals Robinson rf 5 0 3 1 Clemente rf 5 0 0 0 I first I cement and adhesives. '
Harper If 5000 Stargell If 5222 inning Monday to sparka
iously told him that a requiem mass .would be said for him for the winners. Cardenas ss 4220 Burgess c 3030 I 9 7 '
; if he didn't win. I In a second Cadet League Smith c 3010 Clenden'n 1411 1 Event victory over 'Georgia II You are cordially invited to sc c' 'r display -
bColeman 01 0 0 Mazer-ski 2b 3 01 1Dlckson Southern. 1
Now McTigue was an excellent boxer. He stayed away from game First Federal beat First p 0000 Alley ss 2101 ,
Henry p 0000 Veale p 2010 However, Southern threatenedFSU's ; and to,
,the stronger Siki in the early rounds, broke his hand on the' National Bank, 5-0. Bud Golden Ellis p 3000 aMota 0000 WILLISTON The Fighting ,
"tJ"'Senegalese's haad in the sixth and then boxed him scored all five for the cEdwards c 1 0 0 0 Sisk p o 0 0 0 Vocational six-run edge in the top of I
just dizzy goals Bop 0000eJohnston Tigers of Williston the ninth with four runs. But the' "Let us serve you too"
the rest of the After 20 rounds Bould Michael cf l 0 0 0 their base-
way. was a winning team. Totals 3711 Totals 36 6116 High School ran Seminoles put out the fire with!'
clearcut winner. Dublin and St. Paddy's Day had nothing to I In other Cadet League play, Sacrificed for Veal in 1th; b- ball record to 10-0 and won their relief for Cliff Ranew
a pitcher
Walked for Smith In 8th; c-Struck out i
do with It.Sallie. First Federal beat Citizens for Ellis In 8th; d-Ran for Burgess In own invitational tourney over who credited with his seventh -
Ifh; e-Hit into force play for Bork in was
,
Bank, 31. Tommy Douglas 8th; f-Hit Into force play for Virdon the weekend by topping How- win.

TrapBut 'scored two goals to lead in the In aly.Clnclnnlti. ard High of Ocala, 9-1, in the FSU was led at the plate by I j jI

McTigue got hims. m ue same sod of trap scoring. ...............200 100 1)0-7 finals. Gary Nichols who belted two! ;
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Pittsburgh oil too 120
that year and he had one of the smartest managers of all, Joe In Midget League play, Pat -4E Williston beat Mebane of Ala- doubles and a triple to drive in

.'... Jacobs. They 'agreed to fight Young Stribling in Columbus, Bourgeois led the Sharks to a -Bailey. Clemente Stargell. Po-A- chua 10-1 in a semi-final game three runs. Larry Johnson a COMPLETE LINE ot BUILDING MATERIAL I

:Ga., then in the heart of the Ku Klux Klan County. Strib-) 3-0 win over the Bombers. Pat Cincinnati. 2710.Alley and Pittsburgh Ciendenoni 2716.Gardens DPMazeroskl. -- and Howard won from Brooks- stroked two doubles for the N.W e ,AvE.4tkst. GAINS VILLEefi37b.754brf

ling was a Georgian. Neither McTigue nor Jacobs was eligibleto Bourgeois scored all three goals.In Clendenon.and Johnson AAcBean Alley. and ville 11-4 in its semi-final clash.In Seminoles. I_
LOB-Cincinnati I Pittsburgh -
belong to the Klan. a second Midget League I.2B first-round games, Mebane '

Jacobs brought along his own referee, Harry Ertle. It was a game, Steve Raper and Rusty 3B-Clendenon.-Plnson. Virdon HR-Stargell Burgess.!, AAazeroskl.Rose. S- topped Dunnellon 12-11 and

dull, bad fight and the red-necked natives screamed for a Harvey led the Bombers to a Mota. Brooksville beat Lake City 111.

Stribling victory. Erlte awarded it to McTigue. The mob 2-1 win over the Generals.In IP H R lit I' SO Williston will play at Lees-
.....
Ellis. W.2-D 7 8 4 A 3 a
threatened to lynch Ertle, McTigue and Jacobs. The referee other"Midget League play, Dlckson ........0 3 2 2 0 0 burg tonight in a group tourney
.........
Henry .2 0 0 0 1 0
saw the light. He declared Stribling the winner. But as soon Mike Shannon led the Sharks to Veale ......7 f 4 2 2 3 game.
as he out of town he his Slsk, U 1.2 ..... 0 1 2 2 1 0
got changed verdict and i
again a 3-1 win over the Royals, with Bork ..... ..1 1 1 1 2McBean Willislen ab>> r h Howard ab r h
called it a draw. ::::.:.1 1 0 0 : 1 i Scott 3b 422 Plnkston 2b 301
two
goals. Jackson cf 401 Brooks Cf 200
x-Faced 2 men In tth y-Faced 4'
The Ghana boxing authority has no right whatsoever to men In Ith. Terrell 2b 400 Sears ss 200
WP-Veale. Gorman.. Williams Pel.koudas. Young ss 300 Tomlin I 30 21 2
make such changes. This
action
is another
dent in the SetThe
Banquet Smith. T-3.00. A-i, 02. McClendon Ib 322 Irving c 200
battered image of the seamy sport which has now sunk so Hunter If 311 Morris rf 2 01 n'A
Dawson c 322 Coleman Ib 201
low that only abolition can hurt it But boxing, the Indestructible Industrial League will INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Patterson rf 3 1 1 Chese If 200

will live it down. For Ghana it may take longer. have its annual banquet tonightat Rochester: 4, Richmond 2 White Donaldson p p 100 211 Br.dley" 100
the Holiday Inn. A social Columbus 1, Syracuse 0 Totals 30 II Totals HIS
Toronto 6. Atlanta 0 Williston .. .... 0501111-0
hour 'will start at 6:30 p.m. Jacksonville 7. Buffalo S Howard M.'.".."""...?.. 0100 000-1

Awards will be presented and : "

new officers elected for next I

Biggest Boxing Bodies season. +. tigy x..e .



Say Ramos Still ChampACCRA

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Ghana (AP) The Other newspapers called the 4 t

world's two biggest boxing bod- two judges "corrupt capital-

ies said Sugar Ramos still is ists."

featherweight champion today, I Lassman and Velazquez voted d $

but angry words still swirled 70-69 for the Puerto Rican-born ,. y : s /

around the scene of his disputed I champion, in the 15-round bout rr/

battle with Floyd Robertson of Saturday night. British judge

Ghana. Jack Hart voted for Robertson. 1S
r Mr. Thomas needs
a tune-up
Abe J. Greene commissionerof Lassman, who flew to London
f Monday, said he would give the 1 f
the, said World Boxing Association same verdict again. So did Ve Brand new 3-T Nylon (Again!)
chaos would rule if -

.Jo boxing overrule authorities judges'were decisions.allowed lazquez.The two judges had to be "TRy t TIRES -* TUFSYN Poor Mr.Thomas. If he had been a steady user of AMoco Gasoline,

helped from the arena by Ghana
; The British Boxing Board ofControl army men. Fans fought to get KINGEDWARD" he could have extended the life of his car's vital engine parts and
said it would not recog- Goodir.+r'. fwt economy tire, the Nylon All-WeatJter "42,"
at them and called
nize the move by the Ghana men at ringside "Yankee white news-im- avoided this tune-up. You see, AMOCO is the only gasoline for


:Boxing fcplit) decision Authority for to Ramos reverse and the -perialists.-"--..- mittca's bleat sfrtl C 9r. i your car that is Certified Lead-Free. Stop at the sign that

gfve the title to Robertson._ 8 11 13
says "The Only One" on the AMOCO pump-
The local press attacked the ItTo I! FAMOUS OVERNIGHT

judges who voted for Ramp -! only at American Oil Dealers. _v ,

;*' Ed Lassman of Miami, pressat 6.70x1$ 7.1011"1.70111 7.5Od",5.701I1 _. 4
< of the WBA and Ramon I IVt'bzquez. DEEP SEA FISHING Tube-Type BlackTubetessBlackwal.l WhitewantubeJeu. <-
: head of the Mexico I wan. Plus UK and Plus. tax and your Plus tax and your
your receppebleUe. r cappabletwe. recappabletlre.
Boxing'Commission.ST : 1f
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Attacked DirectorIt 12 Hours Fishing Time You keep all your catch NEXT 7 DAYS ONLY AMOCOGASOLINE a _

: also' attacked Ohone Djan, .- Stewardess Aboard with Short Order Cooking "

Ghana's sports up Ghana's director greatest, for'bungling Anytime end Breakfast at 'Sun Up '.Large SunDeck BO cuI1..ecU! fret mounting! ptyoa t..y tftflMl GASOLINEYat : ,..-. -.".

sorting opportunity." Plenty of Bait, and Tackle. CEBTiRRD
-: grpggf. men from American T I il LEADiREE
T The ,Daily Graphic, 'a government i Boat Sails Wed. and Thurs. 8 a.m. Returns Sp.m. and itl (AMERICAN ; ,
-owned newspaper, called I'' GAS you m i ,
WELL f
Leaves Fri. and'Sat, at 10 p.m. Returns AVAILABLE AT
obi the British group and the 0..... TN. A.lltaCA. OO."A"Y.OMC...t..

3TBA to give'the title to Robert- Next Day at 2 p.m. North East American Service 1550 N.E. Waldo R4. 372"-SSSO ..'.
tnp. "Bad decisions are not new i
Doyal's American Service 2225 N.W. 6th Phone 372-2225
m4boxing," the- newspaper said. Write or Call GOODYEAR TIRE CENTER '
flaut surely this one by the twoimperialist Dick's American Service, 504 S.W. 4th Aye. 372-93(0 :
exploiters is something CAPT. HEMBREE in Cedar Key Ph. 2061 I. 113 N.W. 13th ST. PHONE 372.1489 I'i r
Ave.
Lanes Univ.
American Service, 730 W. 376.7529r. ';
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"? :I t BUSINESS MARKET REPORT t $ I! City This Refused Rural Cuba Exiles RestlessMIAMI



w; REVIEW V I
al To ShrinkWASHINGTON Fla. (AP) Talkof He was quoted in his March

impending military action Plans Remain 18 address to an exile group as

against Fidel Castro gained comparing Castro's forces to Goliath
momentum
Insurance (AP) The in this Cuban and his to David.Revolutionary .
Man today
j Late
Morning Agriculture Department has Close Secrettalk Unity Move
exile
capital, but plans, if any,
Ozark
cited the South Missouri
ment anti-Castro -
At Top AgainInsurance Leaders to LaunchUF's N. Y. ListingAllis Mountain town of Ava as a rural -were shrouded in secrecy. a, published large a coupon organization in its

community which has refused Officials of anti-Castro official Cas-
,
groups. with Castro's former Havana publication urging
James F. to die.Agricultural. while not denying that tro's
man some- underground head, now militiamen and soldiers to
Burns, of Gainesville, again Chal 18% Int Harv 73* technology had thing was in the air, were tight- designated JURE's chief inside defect.

has earned membership in the Operation DAREDr. Alcoa 79 Int Nick 78% been driving many farmers surrounding lipped in contrast with the open- Cuba. Ray founded JURE.A The coupon, to be mailed to
Million Dollar Round Table, the AmAir 47 Int Pap 33 Ava off the land, and talk situation prior to the ill Cuba by exiles, says: "The
spokesman pointed toJURE's
life insurance industry's 3,500- Am Brk 54 Jones&L 75% they migrated to other areas, Fated 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion. Communist regime is near its
member elite international or- E. T. York Jr., Universityof recently appointed him to the AmBdPar 37% Kais Al 40% largely to the cities. As a conse- They spoke of a long guerrillawar emblem, a twig. "I end. When that moment arrives,
ganization of million dollar-a Florida provost for agriculture Public Advisory Committee on AmCan 44 Ken'cott 84% quence, business in Ava suffer sabotage, infiltration and he"It is small, but it will grow, the most responsible figures will
announced today that two. Trade Negotiations. AmCyan 67% & ed and the town began to lose explained.
year sales producers. Lig My 81% hopes for defection of Castro's try to flee, a flight already pre-
of Florida's top businessmenwill Bowen is general manager of AmMot 15 Loch'd 32% many of its residents.But armed forces. Another activist group, Revo- pared, but they won't include
Membership in the select as- address citrus and dairy the International Minerals and AT&T 140% Lorillard 46% in 1955, Ava, leaders decided I lutionary Recovery Movement- you."

sociation is limited to membersof leaders here tomorrow and Chemical Corp. at Bartow. AmTob 33% Mag'vox 36% to see what they could Rogelio Cisneros, newly; RRM-reported it is mailing out The message to Castro's
the National Association of Thursday in the first of nine The two meetings climax Ampx Cp 15% MM&M 62% do to keep their communityfrom named chief in Exile of Revolutionary -English translations of a speechby servicemen added: "Take note

Life Underwriters, or its for- meetings to officially launch months of study of Florida's Anaconda 43% Mohasco 13% becoming a ghost town. JuntaJUREreturnedfrom its head, Bay of Pigs leader what happened in Brazil. Joao

.' eign counterpart, who sell at Operation DARE the Univer- present agricutural situationby Armour 51% Mons'to 75% Acting under the guidance of a conference in Puerto Manuel Artime, predicting "a Goulart (deposed president)

least one million dollars of new sity of Florida's new programto university personnel and Babcock 57% Mont Wd 39% the Department's Rural Areas Rico with Manuel Ray, who has long, hard war full of blood.and fled in, time, and left others be-
life insurance each year accord- Develop Agricultural Resources -join all segments of agribusiness Beth Stl 37 Nat Dair 79% Development program ,they organized promised to be fighting inside sacrifice." hind, abandoned to their fate."
ing to MDRT standards, or life Effectively. in planning a development Boeing 46% .Nat Dist 27 an industrial development Cuba by May 20, Cuban inde-

members. who_ __uu have earned the. I Marvin Walker. nresidprrf. nf program through 1975. Some Borden 71% N.NAm Av 47 corporationThe pendence day.

nonor by fulfilling current and: the National Association-of Farmers 300 citrus and 150 dairy leaders Brunswk 10% Penney 51% Ava leaders raised $24,000to Cisneros was silent about his; Burns Has Lead

previous requirements. Cooperatives, Winter Haven will join University of Florida CaterTr 59% Pa RR 30% buy land for an industrial

I Burns, with College Life, has will speak to citrus leadersat faculty in the two-day sessionsof Celanese 69% Pep Cola 52% park and persuaded the State

been in life insurance for eight 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Flo- self analysis.The Chrysler 51 Phill Pet 50% Highway Department to builda Named OfficerOf
# years and first became a member -rida Farm Bureau Federation citrus conference, which CocaCola 129% RCA 33% highway through the area. In Money Race

of the Round Table in Building, and Floyd B. Bowen, will also include subtropicalfruits Com Ed 49% Rep Stl 44V4 This action encouraged a sport- FraternityMACON
president of the State Chamberof and deciduous fruits, Con Edis 85% Revlon 34% ing goods manufacturer to locate -

1957.He is a member of the Board Commerce, Lakeland, will small fruits and nuts, will be- Cont Can 50% Rey Tob 47% a plant there. Ava built a Ga. William D. I TALLAHASSEE AP) gifts of $1,670 and a total cam-

; of Directors, North Centr a I give; the keynote address before gin at 1:15 p.m. tomorrow in Dow Che 72% StReg P 32% plant to house the manufacturing Pridgeon of Trenton has b e en [Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville paign fund of $346,288. He said
Hall Auditorium and
McCarty
Florida Life Underwriters the dairymen Thursday even- will duPont 264 Seaboard 47% unit. Since then the manu- named secretary of the George I reported today that he spent $322,154.Reports .
conclude at 12:15 thurs- '
Association. ing at the Holiday Inn. EAL 32% Sears 113% facturer has built a new $270- Inn of Phi Delta Phi interna- his governorship campaign con-

Burns lives at 4119 NW 13th Walker is former editor of day.The E. Kodak 128% Sinclair 48%I 000 plant.A tional legal fraternity at Mer- .tributions totaled $16,567 last from other eliminated
Avenue. the Florida Citrus Commissionfor general order of the Firestone 38% Socony 78% wood treatment concern I cer Un i v e r sity's Walter F. week while Mayor Robert King candidates in the Democraticand
DARE conferences will includethe
, a number of years. He is Fla Pw 45% SouthnC 57% was persuaded to locate a I George School of Law. High of Miami, Burns' apparent Republican governorshipraces
establishment of the situation Fla P&L 71% Sperry R 15% plant at Ava. It now plans to second were not received immediately -
presently general of primary opponent, reported -
Leads Formation manager : a discussion of the prob-- Pridgeon of Mrs. Gloria
son
the Florida Citrus Canners Ford 55% StBrand 75% double its output. The commu- receiving $335. by the secretary of
Cooperative. lems facing agriculture, and Frept Sul 35% StO NJ 88% nity then built a new $350,000 Pridgeon, Gainesville, is a state's office.In .
I': Of Williston then the planning of action pro- Frueh Tr 30% Studebak 8% school. It constructed permanent :freshman law student. He is a The money boosted Burns'
President Lyndon Johnson.grams for the next decade. Gen Dyn 25% Swift 49% : concrete bleachers and :graduate of the University of total contributions to $426,508 his final report on his successful -

Theatre Gen El 82% Thiokol 14% lighted the town's ballpark for Florida. since the governorship cam- race for the Democra-
I Group Gen Fds 87% U Carbid 124% recreational use. It exoanded paign began. He reported total cratic nomination for a fourth

Gen Mills 38 Unit Airc 45 the community's water and sew- I Lost OperaMS spending of $379,669.High's term, Sen. Spessard Hollandsaid
I WILLISTON The Willisto n Circuit Court Term Gen Mtrs 88% Un Fruit 21 er system. he received $46,497 last
City Recreation Department, Goodrich 53% US Steel 56 total contributionsrose month for total contributions of
under the leadership of Mrs. leader sstar tedanann r-nt FoundNEW to $98,376 and his total $317,975 and total spending of
Goodyr 42% WestgEl 32% addition
In the
community
Parnick Williams, is organizinga to
spending $97,819.
Greyhnd 58% Winn Dix 32% leaders started an annual eight- $251,116.
in
BradfordThe
little theater dramatic
YORK missing
group. Opens AP-The) -
Gulf Oil 57 Woolwth 85 day guided tour through the The of Sen.
Claude
The purpose of the group is to manuscript of the late Marc spending report Kirk of Jacksonville,
interest the town in the produc- Hon 135Haves % nearby mountains. The first Blitzstein's last and uncompleted -Scott Kelly of Lakeland, challenging Republican nominee for Hol
tion of SAM McGARVEYSun year this tour attracted somei.OOO High's apparent victory, land's Senate seat
stage plays. By jury was empaneled by Ii opera reportedly has been reportedhis
Staff Writer persons from 22 states was not received by the secretary : total contributions climbedto
Judge J. C. Adiksn Jr., whose found by the manager of a used
The first play has been selected STARKE A Bradford County -uncle, A. Z. Adkins, served for GoingTo Furthermore, the leaders inaug- car lot. of state's office immedi- $15,113 and that his spendingso
and it is titled "Aaron Slick urated
feeder and feeder
pig '
grand jury returned a first- many years on the same bench. ately. far amounts to $12,982.
From Pumpkin Crick. Dates degree murder indictm e n t Auto MeetT. cattle production and market- The Metropolitan Opera,
i for the first performances are against Claude Elmo Stephens Edwin D. Tenly served as ing programs for the area. which commissioned the work, Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel- Major contributors to Bums'scampaign

June 18 and 19. yesterday in Circuit Court foreman of the jury. Starke city J. Hawes, of the Hawes- As a consequence, migrationfrom "Sacco and Vanzetti," said Mon las County, who apparently wen I fund:

inter in t h is spring term proceedings. councilman Carl Hurst was the Ava and its adjacent area day the discovery was made aft the Republican governorship
Anyone Powers $1,000J.. E.
Motor Jr.
vice foreman. i Company, will at- has been halted. In fact, the er the composer's car was put :nomination, reported campaign Loughridge
project are asked to call Mrs. Stephens, a Negro, is accusedof iI
I of Perry W. F. Rolleston of St.
I tend a meeting of the National area population is growing up for sale.Blitzstein. gifts of $502 last week for a total ;
Williams, phone 528-6651.. More killing a Negro woman, Other members of the jury Augustine; J. D. Wright Jr. of
information about this projectwill Elizabeth Donley, with a pistol were: Ralph Williams, Donahue Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer Council again. Business activity is more of $11,261 and campaign
than million 58, who adaptedand !Sanford; Georgina G. Wood of
; $1 a higher spending totaling $11,200.
be announced later. on Feb. 5.MAKKET Crawford Robert C. at White Sulphur year
Barksdale,: Springs, W. than: it was in 1955. A total of translated the long-running Miami; J. J. Parrish Jr. of
Warren E. Bishop, Ernest E. Va., May 18,19 and 20. 120 new homes have been built off-Broadway hit, "The Three Sen. John Mathews of Jack- Titusville; Lt. Michael Foley of

STOCK FLASHES Tanner, Jesse C. Smith, M. G. and real estate values have in- Penny Opera" was killed in an sonville, eliminated in the first ,Jacksonville; V. E. Whitehurst
It
will be the
I Lizenbee, William F. Andrews, first meeting of creased 20 per cent. alleged robbery-beating in Mar- Democratic primary voting, reported -I of Williston; Clarence Camp II

Eugene V. Chason, Lynn Hall, the council with P. N. Buckminster The Department says that tinique, West Indies, in January. last week camp a ig n I of Ocala, and J. W. McKethanof
Denver R. Deverick, Gene An- who became general man-
Brooksville.
what Ava has done other'
drews, S. C. Dutch) many
(
NEW YORK AP) The Opening blocks included: Container -! Harley, ager of the ChryslerPlymouthDivision rural communities can do. I' $750 Hugh L. Wood of Mi-
Donald E. Hill, R. H. Parker
stock market was irregular in Corp., of Yi at 33% on 5- Roy Aycox. ,II on January 1. The Council ami, Mrs. Molly ood of Mi-
fairly active trading at the opening -000 shares; Santa Fe, unchanged makes recommendations to I, Egg Market GlobeGirdlingGal ami, and Charles T. Branham
today. at 28% on 2,700; and Sears,' Judge Adkins announced that! the of Miami.
Division I
Changes of most key s t o cks Roebuck, up % at 113 on 2,000.. trials would be delayed until management on JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast )
June 8 because members product development and other HIGH
of the
were narrow. Union Pacific Florida Egg Market pricesto
preferred
open- court were tied up at the pres- matters affecting dealers. Ends $100 Dr. John A. Marcelloof
ed unchanged at 9 on 3,000 retailers: i Hop
Underwriter'sSales shares. ent with other commitments. i Hawes will represent the Jack- Extra large 41-43, mostly 42- i Lake City and Wesley Silvionof
I West Palm Beach.
Xerox continued strong, risinga In arraignment proceedings, sonville regional council of 43; large 3840, mostly 40;
Cited point to 102% on 4,900 shares. the following dispositions were which he is chairman. The medium 30-35, mostly 32-33; OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) air route traffic control watch

Radio Corp. declined % to made: I. Jacksonville region represents small 25%-30, mostly 28-29. 31obe-circling Joan Merriam supervisor.The Boys' Clubs
Gainesville insurance repre- 33Vs on 5,000 shares. Joe Walker Jr., of Lawtey, 75 dealers in Florida and south- Poultry at farms: fryers 12- landed her crippled plane safe- Coast Guard dispatcheda

sentative John B. MacDonald, Motorola continued in demand pleaded guilty through his law- ern Georgia. %; hens none. ly at the Oakland Airport to-I four-engine C130 aircraft and Leaders Meet
C.L.U. (Canada), of Metropolitan day. an SA16 search craft for
gaining 1% at 107&. on yer, Sigsbee Scruggs, to a a
Life Insurance Co. is in New 1,000 shares. charge of receiving stolen pro- The Coast Guard had two rendezvous with the 27yearoldLong

York today for a business con- Tidewater Oil lost % at 30 on perty. Judge Adkins ordered a Economic Doldrums End I planes escorting the 27-year-old Beach housewife in her WASHINGTON More than
ference with company officials. 3,600 shares. pre-sentence investigation and Long Beach, Calif housewifefor twin-engine Piper Apache. 1,000 youth leaders gatheredhere

According to company reports,j Texas Gulf Sulphur was off % set bond at $500. almost the last 100 milesofher It was also Miss Merriam's Monday for the 58th annual
convention of the
MacDonald enjoyed an excep'at 55% on an opener of 9,000 Lonzo Davis entered a plea of Fla. Personal Income UpPersonal flight from Hawaii. right engine which forced her America at the StatlerHiltonHotel. Boys' Clubsof
tional sales and service record shares.U. not guilty to breaking and entering -i : She accomplished a feat to turn back to Hawaii Sunday i
last year and is among the top S. Steel rose Vt to 55% on and asked the court to I 'Amelia Earhart tried unsuccessfully -:night after flying 200 miles toward Delegates represent n g
incomes for Florida Although still 31st among t Ii estates 635 Boys' Clubs and well over
achieve 27 the mainland.On .
ranking members of Metropoli 2,500 shares. I appoint counsel. Public Defender to years
residents jumped 8 cent on the basis of incomeper 600,000 deserving boys are here
per
Earhart vanished in the Honolulu to Oakland
tan's staff of 30,000 field representatives Yesterday the Associated R. A. Green Jr. was ago. Miss
appointed -
for the
conclave.
in
1962 lifting the state from Florida's residen four-day
t
capita, s
in the United States Press average of 60 stocks rose I and trial date was set the western Pacific. flight, longest leg of her 27,500-
and Canada. .3 to 306.8. for June 8. the income plateau of 1958 to received an average of $2,044per Miss Merriam's plane touched mile globe-girdling journey, she Hugh D. Auchincloss, nationally
1961, reports the current issueof person in 1962. The 1960 down at 9:12 a.m. :received routine navigationalaid prominent financier and;

Economic Leaflets. per capita income in the state Bad weather and engine from a weather ship stationed -member of the Boys' Clubs national -

The leflets are 'published was $1,985.The troubles had plagued her from halfway between Hawaii board of directors, is serv-

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH monthly by the University of most vital cause In the the start of her flight from and the mainland. ing as general chairman of the
Florida Bureau of Economicand I Weather and mechanical -convention.
March
the same airport -,4 17. prob-
upward movement of tot a 1 iir-
Business Research.The come is attributed to an in- Miss Merriam fetthered the lems have plagued the 27-year- Included in the four-day as-

Prices at W orId's Fairs two major factors In- crease of $560 million in wages propeller of her right engine approaching -old professional flier since she sembly are general sessions on
fluencing the income gains were the U.S. mainland, set off on her adventure in mid- "School Drop-Outs," "Training
\ and salaries states the report.
the recovery from "econom income contribute coming in on her left engine. March.At Youth for Citizenship," "Meet-
I doldrums" of 1958 to 1961 andan about Property$150 million more than in Coast Guard escorts rendezvoused the start, she hoped to be- ing Problems in Inter-group Re-
: upsurge in agricultural inqpme with her at 7:36 a.m. come the first woman to circle lations," "Social Welfare ,for
By Sylvia PorterThe 1961, and total proprietary earn-
.. : ;; from all products except after she radioed she was in the globe alone by air. Youth, "Smoking and Youth,"
increased million
citrus, the report states. ings by $32 trouble. But Jerrie Mock, a Columbus, and more than 50 other forums,

goo ds and services you .are not only meaningless but is 5.9 per cent and we consider -: Author of the current leafletis during the year.A "Her right engine is running Ohio, flier accomplished that workshops, clinics, and training

could have bought for $1 at also dangerously misleading. this rate intolerably high, Dr. Madelyn L. Kafoglis, interim major decline in range rough and she has asked the feat on April 17, after flying a I sessions designed to increase the

the New York World's Fair in :for shall I weep for our economy -are waging a major campaignto assistant research professor -prices, reflecting ample supplies Coast Guard to send aircraft to more northerly route for a total national youth guidance organ

1939 cost you $2.20 at the New as a whole, for it has slash it by accelerating our 'in the Bureau of Economicand reduced cash receipts for her aid," said Dorian Meredith, of about 22,800 miles. zation's "J u v nile Decency"

York World's Fair in 1964 a achieved levels of prosperity far nation's growth and by p oneer- Business Research. this commodity in 1962 by $55 program.

key reason there already have beyond anyone's wildest dreamsin lug moves to r a i s e our labor Florida's total personal in- million in Florida. But, 6 per
been so many shrill complaintsfrom 1939. force's education and skills. come hit above the $11 billion cent increase in far production I
fair visitors about the Here are some key comparisons mark in 1962, a gain of $828 expense was offset by higher District Tractor Champ

cost of food, shelter, entertain- which put the doubling A quarter-century ago, aver- million over the total incomeof cash receipts from most oth e r

ment, etc., in the New York in living costs between 1939 age, average hourly earningsin the previous year, Dr. Kafo farm commodities, Dr. Kafoglis .., .; '
manufacturing i n d u s ries ; .
area today. and 1964 into true perspective.In glis writes. says. '
The $1 you broght to the this period, tur disposable were 62.7 cents and week I yearnings --- -- : -, .

1939 Fair is worth only 45 centsin personal incomes meaning were 2364. I tI .

the marketplace in 1964 a incomes after taxes have Today, average hourly earn Talking Computer Becomes > J

key reason adult visitors who soared from $70 billion to a rate ings in manufacturing are $2.15 ? !t: < ; .?, ,
remember the extravaganza of of $418 billion in the first quar- and weekly earnings are $101.40.In I 1 of ;) ;t -:- <'

25 years ago find prices exorbitant -ter of 1964, a rise of almost 500 [ .durable goods, the averageis New Voice of Wall Street ;+"" :' :' _: 1.1--4'05: 1w'... ;).
cent. $110.56.To /
in comparison.In per ; / >>
"
the quarter century be- Pay to employes is up from shrug off, the erosion in NEW'YORK (AP) The As part of the preparationfor F -. "d' <}i'hf' : : f:. : ,' ff

tween the two New York $48; billion to a rate of $352 billion -our dollar's power in these decades American Stock Exchange this! installing the new quotation .

World's Fairs, cost of living now, an increase of over of war and postwar inflation week began use of a new automated service, the exchange placed ,;" .
items in this area have more 630 per cent.Corporation. would be irresponsible bi telephone'quotation service -beneath the trading floor equip- ; "
than doubled in price. Specifically profits after as. In these 25 years the dol called "Am-Quote" and featuring -' ment to tie-in with plans for a

the consumer price index taxes have skyrocketed from lar's value in the marketplace a computer'that talks.i i new high- speed ticker.

for food in New York is up 167 $5 billion to an estimated $31 has been slashed by more than A member broker who dials: _
ticker
per cent; for clothing it's up billion to $19 billion, and as for half and the dollar left in this into the system will receive an The high speed next expected -
be
ready ,
around 115 per cent; for rent stock prices, their performanceon period in U. S. bonds, insur- up-to-the-moment response on to at 900 charactersa year _

it's up over 55 per cent. average has been phenomenal -ance, savings accounts is a shadow anyone of the exchange's approximately will minute operate compared with the _
Shall we weep for thee? Yes, The day the 1939 Fair opened of what it was. 1,100 listed stocks. (
of the present systemof
if you have been forced to live the familiar Dow Jones But the erosion has slowed He will be tuned in to what capacity _

on a fixed pension during this average of industrial stocks was markedly.in recent years. And was described as a "clear, precise 500. _
I
period, if you have found no around 128. This average is nowa the central point remains that male voice" utilring a prerecorded Edwin D. Etherington, exchange r _
way to participate in the in- momumental 700 points high the vast majority of Americanshave vocabulary of 60 i president, said the new _

come employment upsurge or been getting enough extra :words, letters, numbers frac. setup may prove valuable in
H your gains have been far be- er.In 1939 -rivilian employment i income to more than offset the I tions. broadened market surveillance

low the aveage. But if so, you'rein (unadjusted for seasonal variations -shrinkage in our money's buying In less than 25 seconds, the operations and analyses of
the small minority in our ) totaled 45,700,000, the unemployment power. voice will intone these data: trading activity that may be in-!

country.But rate was 14.6 per Incidentally, the 1939 F air liie st- -k ticker symbol b id dicated from time to time. I

I shall not weep for thee cent and we were grateful was a financial disaster price, asked pile?, last sale, Etherington said that within a
i* --->u are among the vast ma- that "only" 4V4 per cent of all because so few of us went to it net change from the prev Iou s few weeks some 550 exchange

j of us, for we' have :able and willing to work Why? Because so few of us close, trading volume for the member organizations were expected "
( so far up on the stand- couldn't find jobs. then bad the dimes and dollarsto session to the moment of ask. to be hooked into the I Pace Getzen, Newberry FFAer, in the saddle of his "iron horse, displays

i living ladder since 1939 Today employment totals 68,- spare to go, see and buy. thebargaln4 ing, and open, high and low new facility on a $ct line with advisor Roger Ussery the pennant he received for winning Jhf

H |*Ie dollar comparisons 517,000, the unemployment rattj j I prices I basis1 ,4.i- --. .-. ------ I I !:.RA. tractoc Driving ciampionship4Sun\( photQ bY. Buzz MiSSSBl gK. I



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DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT DESCRIPTION COOK HAS AMOUNT DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT
NOTICE Of TAX SALE
EW of SWVi of SEVi leu. acres EW of Lot 1 S of highway & leu 200 n RR-W
Notice Is hereby given that on the 28th day of May 1964, at Gainesville County In NW cor 4 less S 420 f of E EW of Lot 4 Bk 4 F E 4 5 o NW Of NEVi 33 7

et Alachua. State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold en the following 210 f. 17 I 17, 1 _..... ... 1549 Buster 4 Amanda Burnett .. 1.6 Williams Add PB C.7.7 ..... 3459 L .Elsie Cud ........ ..... 21.1 19. 57 o.NW... .. ........... 5635 J W .Mildred Harris ... ... IU5 j
.
described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same topettier EY NEVi E ACL RR 2 Lots E 4 F .
wtth all costs of such sale and all advertising. 17, II ..... .... ... ... 1 J SLan .................... .. 56.94 LUNDY ADDN PB C-79C 4 com at Oriinl Laros i
Lt 15 Bk 4 Tamiaml No W ill ft co E'

REAL ESTATE PB A.I7 .......Hgs._.. 1578 Mr E C Ca............... 3.49 Let 6 Bk 4 ....... .... ....... 3506 Mollie McClain ........ ....... 11 n N to FOB 4 f of
DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT TAMIAMI HGT PB Lots 1 14 Bk 4 ............ ..... isis Johnnie Ford ...................... 1 .Lot 2 less R-W Lots 'I
Lot 4 Bk 31 ................... W E Scripter .....................2.89 L Bk 4 ...................... 3511 Gladys Green ..;.................. 2.89 L 1 Original also \
W2aOftofS of NW4oI L 8 9 Bk 31 ................... 1584 J C Edgar ....................... 5.03 16 Bk .4S60ffofN362ftofW272. ..... ........... 3512 Johnnie Ford ............ ..... UJ2 1 of 4 ad I LaRo also ... '. :
SWA 2'7.. 17. 4.24 ... .- -. .... 76-1 Minnie M Gregory ............ 163.86 L 14 Bk 34 ................... 1593 M F Parrish .................. ,.t9 1 acre at crossing 1 by ; ;
Lot 23 Bk 31 less R-W River- 6 7 Bk 34 ... ............... 1595 Mrs G E Main ................. 2." f O E 482 of NEW. road o ditc cot I

view PB &.O -........._........ 12-1 Abner Jones ...................... 3.49 Lets 8 9 Bk 34 .................. 1594 Mrs F Comi ...... ....... 2.8 I 1 .... ...f .... ... 3521 Abner Jones ..................... 1.6 Nensvil In LaCrosse -
LotlBk33RlvervIewPBB4S.$4 Abner Jones ..................... 2.89 Lot 25 Bk 34 ................. 1598 Neil .................... 2.8 J 21 Hitchcocks Addn In a V shape being lyi .
COLUMBIA HOTS PB A-162-162W Lots 1 to 7 .L 2 Bk 36 ... 1599TAMIAMI Daisy M Fell ..................... 28. F.1. ....., ........_. 31.2 Susie M Mills ..... .............. '.'1 on one side 4 Ncwnan- \
Lots 25 to 30 Incl Bk A ............. 93 HGTS NO 5 PB tC rd
Edith V Cook ..................... 2.89 A.1 on the ether less R-W
Lots 1' to 24 Incl Bk B ............. 94 Lizzie L Young ................... 2.89 GUINN WILLIAMS 4 REEVES SUR PB C79AS als com at NW cor of
Lots 25 3* Bk C ..................... 95 Mary E Smith ................... 2.89 Ls 3 39 Bk 41 .................. 1604 Mrs C Brenner ................... 2.89 dee H C Parker Lo
Lots 23 24 Bk G..................... 97 Marie S Alden ..................... 2.89 Bk 41 ..................... 16 Mr M E Rich ................ 21 10 ft of Lot 2 Bk 2 ........ 3537-2 George 4 Minnie Richardson .... 52.0$ Isa C b Jo run SW-t
Lots 42 43: 44 45 Bk I ............... 103 Ellen Z Nalley .................... 189 Lot 15. Bk 42 ..................... Reed ....... ............... 2.9 Bk 5 Tax DB 319 pg 1.....3558 Rose Y Homan ....... ........ 2.8 S of Neans.
Lots 6 7 I > Bk W .. ............. 126 Rita R Anderson .................. 189llft154 Lot 17 Bk 42 .................... 1606 M B Bon .................... Lots 5 6 Bk 6 ....... ....... .. 3564 Laura Evans .............. ... 50 al rd 2 li to 1\\
At Frac S of hiway less RR.W Lot 3 Bk 4 .................... 1607 Mr B Walker ................. 2.89 Lots 7 5 Bk 7 ................... 3569 M Welch Heirs ........ .1 crosses from H W .
& less 25 acres MOL OR Lot : Bk 4 ......... ........ 1608 Lee .. ..................... 2.8 C.rl ers house v.t Gainesville E ,
32 7 17, 317 .pr. .... 145 P F Fluhr Jr ......... Lots 4 41 4 Tamiaml Hgts OLMSTEAD SURVEY PB C-79B along said rd 19 N .
E 209 ft of W 41 f of S 62 .Mar 27 No PB ..... ... 1415 Mrs A J Huff ................... 3.49 yds to POB als al Ys land 17 .
ft of NEVi Of NE3 7 17. ..,. 148 Pedro Wilson ................... Lots 1 2 3 Bk 5 Tamiaml S 26 f of N 171W I of W 110 SWVi of of Ave
W 209 ft of S 67 NEVi of n6 Hgts No 6 PB .17 ........... 1621 Mary E Jacobs .................. 3.49 ft : 1 Bk 2 3621 Rose Y Hornets .... ..... 56 I.din from H C Parkers

33 7 17 ......... ...... .. 149 Rebecca Welch .................. 25.1$ Com OoLJ W of EiT t. rni to Gainesville S
I 210ft E 210 I SEVI Of WADE PB A-46 4 run N 78W ft E 100ftS28WftW7SftS50ft Neavil rd I _

NE! o 17. 1 ....o ......... 170-1 Albert Lola Davis Jr ......... acre d Coo
S 100 n of N 280 ft of NEVi 12.3 Com at SW c of R J Knightlot W 25 f ... ........ .. ..... 3631 L M .Violet Cooper ......... 1..0 tist Churc als B.i'
SWof NEW. 33 7 17 .......o.. in ....... ......... N 210 f 210 f s 210 I of less OR
N 90 tt Of S 180 ft Of Eo Fr.nl WI.m 5.6 W 210 f ....... ............. 1690 Rudolph Eckman Sr ... ....... 4.0 TOMPSETT SURVEY PB A-68 34 7 1 ."."...".. 103. 5648-1 Carter 4 Carter 4 Adams ...... 12.0
SWVi of NE' 7 17 171-1 Sam & Elizabeth Henderson ..... Lot 3 Lot 1 Bk 3 4 E 245 of S n of"swvi
N lSOftofNE 3 SWVi of 1.3 Lots 7 k.2Bfl 4 ........... .. : Mrs B F Walton ....... ...... 3.4 Lots 11 12 It 3725 Abner Jones ..... 3.8 NWVi. 34 7 t .. ...... 5657 J W ..........
\ 33 7 17 .....o..... ..... 171-2 Maggie Moultric .................. '.'1 Lot 7 Bk ....... ........ .. Roxie Johnson Heir ........... S.1 Lot 6 Bk Jk....::::::::::::::::: 3744-1 Ella Lewis Heirs :::::::::::::::: 211Prertie N o ofLots34&LotsSS7,3 8 .Midre Hari 1.3

N 10 ft S 2 ft of NEVi Of Lots 123454 Bk 4 .. ..... 1707 Eva 4 Doris Cas J W St Lot 10 Bk 2 .................. 3749 Mae Merrkks ........ .. .'.3 1 320 .. ....... ...... J W .Mildred Harris ........
sw of o '/ 3 7 17 ...... 171-3 Cheley! ..................... 5.6 Com 10 ft fro NE c of F C Elmo Jr .................. .... 2.89Relnhardt 5 of Lots 2 4 S t L NE4 5'51 27
19f NEVi of SWVi of Rub run 100 ftWIOOftSlOOftE100ft C A WILLIAMS ADD PB C-79B of Lot 5 4 Lots 7 8, 4 I 19. 340 .. 5704 J W 4 Mildred Harris ... ... 266.52

o 7 17..... ... ..... 171-4 Robert .LIllie Williams ......... 41.58t .... ... 1714 D J Audrey Dans by .......... 25.47 NW ofLot6,4$1o0 .... ..... 5706NWVi E" Hilda McRae ............ 3.1
S lOOftofN38OftefNE' Com at NE cot of E H Wei N ,7 f of S 131 ft Of W S ID f of N 415 ft of E 105

SWVi NEVA, 33 7 17 ........ 171-5 Mary Badger .. .. ........... 5.6 tot on RR R.W on W sie 13 f o Lot 3 .. .. .... 3794-1 C E .Sarah Rawls ......... 6.6 That part of SEVi of
W 525 o between hiway RR RR N along RR to E W 6 ...... .... .... ... 3808 Eva WII.ms ............. NEVi W of hiway, 5 I 1 ..... 5716-3 Florence L Presley ............. H.U
33 7 17 ................... 17J-1 P F .Marion Fluhr Jr ......... 120 ln of NW. of SWVi to Lots 9 10 1 12 Bk 5 Lynnwood
twvi NWVi of SEJ/4 less cr of se 32 33 S on line Plr PB B-73 ... ...... .... 3839 W F .Jeanelle Hitchcock Sr 11.1 W 2 cbs of E S cbs of S 2W
-.Wf3 7 17, M ... .. .. ..... 182-J Abner Jones ...................... 7.7 bte Sees to NW cor E ft of W 450 ft Of S 560 chi of that part of NW of
t Green lot E to cor of f of NWVi of NWVi less N Lot 1 N Black Creek road,

Lot as per OB being F C Reinhardt lot N to SE I 2 ft of S 260 of W 110 ft. 5 t 19. .o... .......... ..nk" Brokito McRae
164 1-6 f on .31 1..... m3 J W & Reba Thomas .......... 22.73Everett cor of E H Well lot less S 2 8 18 ....._.f... ..... 3950-1 we.Mary Purvis ....... 1X52J W H of NWVi Of SEVi, t t mI ..... 4.69
NEVi M 7 17, 4 ..... 2 4 Maggie Moultrie ..... 3.6 100 f to Carrie Green less of SWVi WW Of SEVi 19, 35 ..... ............... 5751 Jeni Williams ........... '1."$
1 as per OB pg 75 in 100 f Sq to 0 J Dansby ........ 1718 W M Johnson Heirs ............. 19.55WV of SWVi 8 9 1 10 .. .. .... 4093 J W .Janie Farnsworth ....... 12.3 NW of NEVi. 9 t 19. 80NWVi ... ..... 5755 .Mildred Harris ..... 58.48
::1 & 12, 1 8 17, 1 1..... . 2l. Emma Mack Heirs ............... 5.6 > SEVi less part to Churchas NEVi of SW. 8 9 1. 40 .... .,. 4096 J W .Janie Farnw...... 45 of NEVi NY of NW.
w NWVi Of NE. 2 I 17. 20 ... L L" Betty Manning ............ 21 per DB 10.3. less R.W. NEVi of SW 4 NY of Gov 10 8 19, 120 ... .. ... ... 5759-1 J W .Mildred Harris .......
. 29-5 2 9 17. 7. ... ......... .... 1745 Paul 4 Lois Smith ........... 181.58 Lot 2, 9 ........ ... 4128-1 H H Kout Trustee .............. 7..0 N 363 NEVi of SWVi of 9.1
S tt of W ft Of NEVi SW of ls R-W, 10 9 17, 76 ... 1789WW D" Loca Knight ................ 86.2 NEVi of 1 '1.6 SEt less S SWVi f o 1 acre sq in NE
47
.7 stk In sec cot 247 of "S R-W less 50 n R.W SWVi of NEViSEVi c. 27 t 19. 4W ...... ..... .. 5891 Charles Bradley .... ......... 10.5
ft S of center of sec run S N 262ftofWSOOftII 9 17, of NW' 20 9 18, .... V M Dorothy Chatai Jr .... 3.5 N 105 4 Bk 3 less
416 ft to pt 50 tt N of SF4W 75.79 ....... ... ... ... 1796-1 Paul & Lois Smith ............... 68.24 EW of NEVi. 21 9 18. SO 27......... 415 46 E J ..Inez Anis .1 S 10 ls f of E f 210 ft St
RRS47 deE24LSftN NW 4 acres I of NW1 of SWVi N% of NWVi Less 100 Bks 3 4 Hague DB

520.8 W DB 59 OR 1312 2 9 ............ 1877 A R .Clara Crocker .... ... 1'.3 Of NEVi of NWVi, 22, f 1., NY... 4173 E J Inez Annis ......... 51.1.S ble P.4 ...... .. .. .. . 5901-1 Preston Ethel King ...... .. "3.6
f 2 f
2 8 ... .. p. 264 Eva Bennett ..................... 31.55 NW SI SEVi less R-W 41 chs of N 53.37 chs of W N of W 4.09 chs E
S 100 tt of N .24..it. f.W 75. 34 9 38W ............. 1901 Johnnie & Mary Woods .......... 65.50. 22 chs of that E of 80 f ".0 cbs Of NW of Lot o 34t

of SEVi of NWVi N of hiway N 119 f of S 218 ft of E 176 R.W less S .par less 2 ..............3.. .. Marie J Whitaker ........ ... "
f I 1 . .... ...... ... .... 272 Amanda Durr ................... 21.1 f of 536.3. ft. 34 9 17 .... ... 1915 Annie R Stafford .......... ... 20.59. as per DB 231-591 I, .9 18, 44 4182 Lois Vernell Trustee ......... 3.4.63Nl2OftofW2lOttofS234 N 311.02 f o E of NEVi as st .0
OR
per being ,
E37OftofSE'4OfNWNOf CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN PB A-95. acres in Grant 27 9 18. 2 .. ... 4222-1 C J .Elizabeth Walden ......... '.'1 14 9 19. 42..... ...Pacell...... C T .Laverne Doling ........ 27.41
... .. .. .
hiway less S 210 of E 210 Lots 3 4 .. .. .. ..... 1918-3 Gwendolyn & Velezia Blair S 210 ft of W 420 of SEVi S 438 ft of ft of E % 151

tt. 2 t 17 .......f. .. .... .. 276 Pearl M Caroway ............... 31.3 Earlene I Lee ............ 2.89 Of SE. 28 9 18. 2 f.. .. .... 4247-2 W T .Retha Davis ............ '2.61 being Parcel 3111. 19. 20 ..... 4015-7 C T 4 Laverne Dowling ...... 91.14
SE'/i of SEVi of NEVi of SWVi, Lots 5 I ......................... $- Gibbs Lofton .............. .. 58.48 N 210 ft of W 210 of S ft of N 801.45 ft of W

2 I 17 ... ...... ........ 2 Annie Burnett Heirs ............. 37.70. Lots 6 7 .................... 1918-6 c.s. Gibbs .................. 5.03 3 9 18, 1 .......f.... ..SEVi...... .4277-1 Viola Brown ..................... 14.1 10. ft of SEVi of SEVi WIm
SSlOftofE2lOftofNW. of W of E 650 Of Sec berly Estates 9 19 ...... B H Rebecca Orr ........ ...
SWVi Of SWVi less S 210 tt of E SWVi 3 10 17 .. ..... ...... 1940 Money Hodge Heirs ............. 2173 .0 f 38 ft. 34 9 1 f, 10.4 .. .40 Abner Jones ..... ........... 1.3 E 624.49 ft of W 2' of SWVi les 6752 ..4

2lOftOfW6l ft&lessN210fl0f5630ft0fE2)Ofl S 17 W 10 f less E N 400 ft of E 75 ft 4 les
TAMINEGA HEIGHTS PB
C-SS of W S 1050 4 less lot DB 348-281, 9, 19
a less S 210 tt of N 420 tt Lot 10 Bk D less E 100 ft .... 1962-10 J M Holt Jr ....... ........ 2.8 ft, 34 9 18, 28Com ..f. ..o. ....... 4303 J W .Janie Farnsworth ......... 1.82 35 .. .. .. ........ .. .... sops Monnie C Williams ............. 195.01
E2lOftotW42Oft&lessS Bks C D E les W 1 to 1 f at NW cor of sec run N Lot as per OR 9 .. 6096-14 R J 4 Ruth Malow.... .... 103.39
420 tt of E 518.7 tt. 2 t 17, 32 .. 2, Annie Price Ex 500 .... ..... 2.1 & less Lots 1 .12 .lesE 1 deg 5 min 6 se E 1220.28 Lot as per OR .51.25, 2 9 1.. 4102-18 W F .Anl Ryals ........ ".1
W 210 tt Of NWV4 Of SEVi SI 60 ft of Lots & 3 run W 184.49 Of S ft N 190
of RR less S 105 tt. 2 8 1 .... 3 Abner Jones .......... ....... 7J7. & less E 100 ft Of Lots 789 thence run N 6 de 187.4 f of Lot f PB 1.5.14 27 9 19 .f. 6112-1 Alan 4 Frances Land ..... 1.4
210 tt on hiway as 3 10 12 BKE&IessE 100 f of 300 n to deg 37 S 147.5 W n Of Lot 23
470. 2 I 1. 1 pr. ... .. .. ..31 J W .Reba Thomas ... ....7.3 1 7 8 9 Bk 0 & less 10 min E 2 f S 24 deg 23 minE 1 PB !: 27 9 19 .. ... ... .. 6128 Rosa L Simmons ............. 48.40
P 4 7 Bk Gondola GardensPB Bk D & less E 100 f of Lots 435.6 65 deg 37 min W E 4 chs f S 2W chs of Lot

I C-22 ...... .......... 304-4 Eugenia Glkhrlst Heirs ......... 1.4 1 12 Bk D............. 1963-1 J M Holt Jr ............ ..... 282.94 500 ft f 24 deg 23 min W PB A-55 27 9 19, 1 ...... ..7... 6132 R" Hattie Strappier .... .... 3.63S1t3ftofN315ftofW105fl
Lot Murson PB B-33 ..... .... 3 Cason 4 Murphy ...... ........ 7.1 9 Bk F.......... ... ... 1966-9 B D Dorothy Davis .......... 39.24 145.2 N 6 37 min E .
2 I
N 50 of W 50 Bk 2 SF Lots 12313 67 Bk G less W 300 ft N e 23 min I W Lot PB 19 ... 6141 Davis 4 Williams .........
4 W f Addn High f Spins O .. .... 3 CI.yo Whitfield .......... 5.6 17 ft of Lots 1 & 3 & less landoutside i 290.4 ft to POB, 2 10 18, 3 .. ... 4333-4 R F .Margaret Nesler ......... 25.99 f 4 PB 3 A.5 SD 1.5,21' Lot 42 1.3
N 33 I 100 f 30 I 10 ft radius curve on N 210 n of W 210 ft of SVi In I OR ". 9 19 4177-4 B J .Shirley Browning .... 39.84
of f o Tax 325 pg corner of Lot 3 ... ... ... 1967-1 C T & Helen Farnsworth ....... 113.75 Grt 3 10 18, 1 ...... .. .... 4343-1 Mid-State Homes In............ '5." N300ftOfS460ftOfE 140.65
SF 4 W Ad High Springs ... 335-2 Rose Y "Homan .......... ...... ..0 Lots 20 21 22 Bk H ........... 1968-20 W W Suggs Sr ......... 49.94 N 26.63 chs of E 16.20 chs of ft of 63 less Parcel
N tt 100 tt of Bk t W 70 ft of E 418 ft Of S 145 that part Grt S of hiway, I 5 BIA- 27 9 19 .. ... .. J W 4 Selwla Tweeddala .. ..21.1
10.W Addis High Spring .... 357 Pedro Wilson .................... 48.40 ft of NEVi of NEVi. 4 10 17 ..... 1972 Murray & Janie ....... 48.40 3 10 18, An .. .. .. .. ..!.. ... .. 4344 Mozelle Henry Ex 500 ............ 78.93 SW of Lot 1.PB A.21, 28 9 .

j Com 200 n W of NW cor of Ranolp SW. of SEVi of SE'/4, 4 10 18, 19 5 ...... .... ... ... ...... 4197 Jim Page ............... 20.59
Main & Lucile Sts run W to 30 ............. ................ 4366-2 R R .Alma Taylor ... ... 39.84 N2IOftofE 2lOftofWl2Oft
2-8-17. WHETSONE ADDN IN NW'/4 OF SWVi PB A-44V4 St N to RR R-W E to pt N Of Of Lot 19 PB A-21, 28 9 19 -.--. 4199-2 Harold Cunningham .......... 7.7

b S to b. 4 10 17 ........ 1978 Abner Jones .......... .......... '.1 W 300 f of E 1780.81 of S
Lot 4 Bk 2 DB 37IM09 ..... 370 Jams Duto.Annie Flowers ... 7.1 S SE' of RR less S TAPP ESTATE PB A'$ 435.6 Of N 485.6 f 9

9 14 Ta. .. .. ....... Abner .... ............ 683W of w 1220 ft & less 19, 3 f ...f.. .3. ..
Lots 37 f Butler .... .... . 6349-1 S E June Hardin .. ......... 59.61
.... .. 4348-2 J C Linda
.. 2.89 .
Lot Bk 2 ......... ..... .. Emma Mack Heirs lot to Roland DB 303-99 N 100 n Of W 150 ft of Lot 2 .. 2.1 .
1 .. J 0 Lucille Bell ... .......... 26.41 '.. S ft N 200 ft of E 50
Lots 2321 23 25 Bk 4 ... 382-1 less Lot to Parker DB
Lots 10 Bit 4 .2......... ..... Randolph ...... SLot 137 6. less lot to 30 p JOf W ft Of Lot 2 ... ..... 4368-2-2 Jon" Linda Butler .. ....... 4.2 Lot ......... .... WEST. PARK OR 78418 .
W.NS :0 .. .. 6351-18 Barbara Quates .
Lot 22 1 4 ... ...........:.... S8 Black ..........:. 5.n 311-432 It less lo to Videon .......... ...... 4368-7 Kittle Farnsworth ... 1.l5 1 3 ..... ........ .. Richard. Bass ...... 13.2'Lot .

24 Bk 4 .................. 382-24 C M 4 Prlscilla Lewis .. ....... 5.n DB 318-252 & Lot I per HURST EST PB A-118 Lot 3 .. ...... ... .. ..... 651-3 R L .Janice Bass ......... 167.54
Lot' Bk 5 ... ... .............. 390-S Surety Mortgage Investment Co. :.1 OR 1-297 4 less lot a per MILLIGAN WEST PARK ADDN 1 OR 93-354
Lets 9 10 14 Bk 7 .............. 4 To Williams Heirs .. .... .. OR 1.3 less per Lot 1 4 E 3.333 chs of Lot 5 4372-1 James Hurst ... .............. 32.83 Lot 7 .... ..................... 6352-7 AT" Evelyn Douglas .. 30.69
Lots 1 3 1 26 Bk I ... ........ .0 4 Lucille Bell ....... .... S.03Surety lot pr OR 153258I E 299.97 I Of Lot 2 4372-2 James Hurst ...... ......... n.1 Lot 1 ... ................. 6352-13 AT" Evelyn Douglas ........ 22.13
Lot 2 Bk t Mortgage Investment Co .. 3.6 10 17 ... .. .. .. ..... 1989 D G Roland Estate ............. 13.73 Lot .......... ..... ..... 6352-14 A T 4 Evelyn Douglas .. .. 30.69
Lot 6 Bk I ................... .. 40Surety Mortgage Investment Co 3.6. :Co SO ft S of SW cor of Bk Lot 2 les E ..S chs S 2acres Lot 30 ..... ............... J H Lola Steadham ......... 257.36
62.3
Lot 23 Bk I ......... ..... .. .0.2 Mortgage Investment Co 1 PB A-129B run E 350 f Lot Lot 4 4 Lot 60 ............. ...... F Joyce Coulter ........ 150.44
Lot 25 Bk 8 ....... ... .... 40.1 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 64.90 S ISO ft ft N ISO W 5.667 chs Of Lot 5 4373 Emma L Perkins ... ......... 25.47 Lot 114 Park Addn. 2 OR 62W .
Let 4 Bk 9 ................ .... ,6. Arthur 4 Flossie Heagles . 30.69 DB 303 PW1, 4 10 17. 1.2 ..f. 1989-2 John F Parker ........ ... 7..3r Lot 3 less S 2 acre 4373-7 Tom 4 Pearl Hurst .. ... .. 26.41 "- Wet.... . J F Olief Gainey .. ...... 18.46
I Robinson . ... .. .. 39.24 .311 .
Lot 21 Bk 9 .............. ...... ., Alps Corn SW cor Bk 52 W W of SEVi of S 10 18. Lot 3 Westmoreland Addn 1 PB
Lot Bk 9 416-22 Investment Co 32.83 Lots I 9 Chapman & SmithAdd i 20 C75 Laura Hurst ......... .. 27.01E .... .......... ... .. 6395-36 W G Dorothy Carson .... 424.75
Lot 2 Bk 9 421-24 Robert & Annie Johnson ..... .. 37.10 A.12 ............. 2021 Alice Manning .............. .... 3.49 of SEVi of NWVi, 5 10 IS, SUNNYBROOK EST OR.
Lot 9 Bk 10 DB 293 pg 425-1 Daisy Frampton ...... ...... 11.45 Bk Smith Add 20 4375-2 James Hurst ........... ... 27.01 6.23
4 Mid-State Homes Inc ...... 13.55 2 Chapan ... .... .. .. Abner ... ...... ...
Lot 1 Bk 10 428 ..... 2.89 PB ... 2040-2 Jones .. .. 3.4 EH of SE'of : NEVi ... Lot' .... .. .......... 6399-9 F E 4 Elizabeth Terry ...... 248.80
Ethel Richardson Coleman .
Let Bk 10 428-1 W of R-W, 5o i:41. 4376-2 L E .Margaret 20.5 Lot 10 .. .
Wiie" ........... 6399-10 E E Clara Cline .... 22.13
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Lot 1 1 1 Bit 1 .......... 434 Ma.ye ... ..... ... 2.8 ORIGINAL NEWBERRY PB A.I2. NWVi Of NEVi NWVi Lot 1 ....... .......... 6399-16 G D .Virginia Brittain! ... 34.96
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4 SW Of NWVi. 7 10 18. 160 4394 R H .Lucile Hodge ...... 4.40 Lot .... ........... ... 6399-26 K D Evelene White ...... 22.13

WHETSTONE EST ADDN PB "A-46W S' of Lot 1 Bk 2 ........... 2051 C L Williams .. .#. .. ....... 13.55 WW of SEVi of NEVi, 9 10 18, .u ... Lot 34 .. ................ PDA. Erma- Prevatt ...... 39.24
N 71 tt Of E 100 of Bk 2 less Lot 10 Bk 3 .. .................... 2068 Domestic Mortgage Corp .. .... 5.03 20Lots ... .. ... .._ .... .. .... 4404-4 0 r G"n.nvn".h. "m". ....... Lot 40 .. ..... ....... .. 6.4 B H 4 Janis Hazard ... ..... 39.24
R.W Tax DB f pg 125 ... .. S Row VD Iloman ................. ? SsW Lot 3 Bk 12 ............. 2099 Ola Jackson Heirs .. .......... 7.1 2 34. 10 10. 1. 120 ..... .. 4409 AN" Lell Shoten .. ..... 10." LBBY HEIGHT PB E-92.
Sk6lusN200ftOfWlSOft, .. : .. 42 Ethel Mier ................... 6.0: Lot 6 Bk 1 ............. .... 2103 Frances A Hardee ....... ..... E 105 ft of W 31 ft of S 210 Lot 3 ............... G 4 Edith Pagnozzl .. .... 706.42
ISk 7 E of NEI Lot 5 Bk .. ............. .. 2113 Jackson S. Sanders ...... ..... 32.83 ft of N'/i In Grt, 10 10, 18 . '4412-3 W T .Catherine Brown ... 52.63ElOSftofWl2OftofS2lO Lot ...... ...... .. .. 6400-40 J L 4 Hilda Clark .. ........... 415.40
NW' ln pg el... 454 C A Mc.ntir. .................... 35.54 Lt 7 Bk 13 OR 147-193 ...... 2114-1 Jannie Young .. .. .......... 67.04 Lot 4 ...... .............. 60 J L 4 Hilda Clak. ........ 245.92Cornelius
3 ...
. Lot t.W R Jones Replat 1 14 less Lots 1 2 ..... ........ 2118 C T & Helen Farnsworth ..... 141.88 ft of NVi In Grt 10 10 18 . "'2 J B" M.r Brown ...... 5." Lot .1 .... ....... .... 608 4 1.. 124.78
A.126 DB ...... 4n Mar S Kenard ... ISG NW of Lot 9 Bk 16 .... ....... 2132 Julia Scott Heirs ............... 2.89 E 210 ft of W 1'.401t.t. .f. NVi N 10 ft of S 260 ft of E 140 ft
*Pu .........20.J P..........-: W .LottIe, ummeri"jv...::. Lots 6 7 8 9 Bk 34 ... ........... 2230 McHenr" Jessie Brown ....... 30.69 in Grant, 10 10 .... ,2- J D 4 Beatrice Robinson ..... 3.49Oneita 380 f of SEVi LlttlewoodEst
WVi of Lot 8 Bk 37 .. ........ 2237-2 Smith .... ....... 2.1 Of NEVi, 23 10 IS, 80 .. ... 4489 H Johnson ............. 73.46N Lot 3 9 1 ... 601.1 J H 4 JOYc Keane ........ .. 194.41
E FOSTER ADDN PB A4Nly Lots I 2 9 10 E of 210 ft Of W 210 ft of NWVi Of PB -

of Ely 175 of Bk Lots 3 8 Bk .....3.1..f... 252L R Hodge ........ ..... 223.75 NWVi of SW'/4. 28 10 18 1 .. . 4521 J" Martha Rlch.rds .... 20.5 Lot 10 ..... ........... 6.10 HEIGHT Elsie Sears ........... '5.6
71 tt f .. .. ....... S 210 ft Of E 210 ft Of SWVi Lot 37 .. ... ... ..
S Lot 5 Bi 42 .. ...... .... .. 22.5 G Hicks .. 43.52Lots .. ..... W V .Jayne Barkley Sr ..
.. ... 4.6
4 Rg 1 ... ... .61
14&OtBk More ... 421.07Abner .. C A & .. Of 5E. 28 10 18, 1 . .. 4524-1 C T Hunt .. Lot .. 6402-39 4 Thomas .. .
.... .. 419 J C 4 Vause .. 4 Bk 44 ....... Betty Rogers .. 99.11Abner 3 ....... Coy Hele .. 39.
N Addn 25 tt of W W of 80 hlwa.ft Of Lot. 8 Bk. 15..... 6 Joes Rebc. ................. 42.76Lot Lots 3 4 5 6 Bk 55 ......... 2262-3 Jones .. ............. 15.72NIPPERS SWVi of NWVi, 31. 10 18. 40 .. .. 4547 Elizabeth K Duke .... ... 2.13E Lot ,9 ................. 4402-59 Alvaro" Eueni. Aguirre .. .
i ADDN PB A-124 of WW SW'/4 of NE' MADISON PARK F-3

2 Bk 3 Lets less p.r a per..OR. .. 694 Ada 0 Easterlin .... ......... 287.90 Lot 1 Bk 2 ................... ... 2296 Joseph Aris Darling ...... 13.55 32 10 18. ,00f..--- -.. --. .-. -:.. 4554 P Span ....... .......... 29.15 Lot 6 .................... ..... 6410-6 E PI.Olive Barren .......... 193.21
54-578 of Lot 5 Bk Bi.3. ........ 710-1 Capital BuIlders ....... ..... 204.03 Lots 2. 10 Bk 2 ........... ... 2298 Mattie Warmack Heirs ....... 30.69 S 792 ft of E 440 n of Lot 21 ....... ........ 6410-21 Bily" Helen Dyson ......... 300.13
W 100 f 4 Bk 4 ........-711 B R Jean Martin ... ... .. 99.11 575 ft of Lot 1 Bk 3 .. ...... .. 2303 Inez Blair ...... .......... 24.27 Of NWVi 4 N 8 chs of Lot 52 ............... 6410-52 .Dortha Hlnnlcut ....... 113.33
Lot W 10 Bk of Lot.. .....4. ....... 12-4 J T .Virginia Sanders ........ 47.80of N 25 f of Lot 8 Bk 3 .... .... 2304-1 Bessie Wilams. . .. .... 2.89 of NW'/i. 32 10 18, 24 ... ... 4566 Thomas Hunt ............. 40.'Lot" .. .......... .. ...... 6410-79 G L .Anne ...... 137.61
1 107 .. .. .. 863 R Harris .... .. .. ...... "-S5 Lot Bk 3 .... ...... .... 2307 B D Mattie of NEVi EotGrt.341O Lot 2 Westvilla PB F.1 ...... 4411-2 S D .Dorothy Camber .. .. 99.11
Bk .
WW ft Lot of Lot 2 DB 297 pg c Herrin .. ... .... ..... 13.55 Nf:4 22 ... . . .. .... 4598 A H Brown Heirs ... .... ,.2 Lot' Westvilla PB F.1 ..... 61T J Margaret McCarthy Sr .. 133.33Lot
N 50 20 Corp Lot I Bk 4 Tax DB 129 2313 Homan ........ .... cbs of E 8 chs of NW'/ of per OR L Elsie Gordon .
of Bit PB .. $75 North American Acceptance 52.6 3 ... 1121t. 3 1 .. 631.3 ...... 75.6
5-0 3.1 .
Davis p ........ ....
F Nattiel
Lot 1 Bk 117 ....11.... ..-.. 92 J P Harris ....... ........... 32.1 ', 4 11 18 8 . . . 4655 ... 7.7
CANNON BK 130 PB ASS WALTONS ADDN PB A-82 N 6 2-3 chs of W 12 chs of MASON MANOR NO 1 PB E.3

Lots 1 2 .......... ...... J R 4 Mildred- Greene ... .. 69.18 Lot 1 Bk 1 .......... ... .. ... 2316 Annie R Stafford .... ...... 2.89 fW'/. of ftEt: N 210 ft Nattiel' ..... Lot 19 .. ... .. .... .. '4.1 W F" Bet Osborn ........... 16.2
48 tt of.Lot 12 ... ............ .. 11 93 Home & McPherson ...... ... 24.27 Lot 2 Bk 1 .. .. ... .... 2317 John Jackso ............. 2.89 W 210 7 ... 4458 Frank 4 Ethel 2333N2lOftofW21OftofNW Lots 6 7 less W 1 f o Lot 7 BkS
I N 144 .... Sam Kart ... ...... ... 10.3 Lot 1 Bk 5 Tax DB 325 137 .. 2342 Rose Homan ....... ...... 5.03 University Park B-61-75 .. 62J W .Grace Fordyce ...... 296.45
Lot Lots.7 5. .DB.. .287. ..p... ............. 9/1 Carrie Williams ................. Lot 1 Bk 6 ...... ..P.. .. ... 2349 Susie Curry .... ...... 5.03 Of SEVi, 4 11 18 1 .. . : 4658-1 Sam 4 Llllie Nattiel ......... 63.3
.. '7.10PATTON Lot 7 8 Bk 1 less N 105 ft of ANNIS TERRACE PB D-10
... ....... 972-1 Janle Watkins ... ...
Lots I 9 .. ADDN PB A52Margaret CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN PB A-95 W 105 ft of Lot 8 .Lots 1 2Bk2Yulee Lot 24 ...... .. ........ .. 62 W Akisn" H L Bau ...... "'.5

j Bk 3 iess e M ft ... .... Robinso ............ 2.89 L9t 2 Bk 2 ............. ... J401-2 Paul 4 Christine Mack ....... 34.96 Place PB .- .. ... Lot 1 Palm Terrace PB C-60- 67.1' M Cheny.. .... ......... 1'.0
_1' Let Let 3 Bk Tax D8 31, 7 .....98 ROM v Hoa" .. .-......... 2.9A Lot' Bk 3 ................. 2402-9 J W Henderson .. .... .... 2.8 9 11 18. S . : m2 Conroy Heirs 4 Ellsworth 3..9N'A Reserve cor Bk 1 less E 120 f
, 1 p Emma .... ... 5.0 Lot 7 5" ...... 2404-7 Henrietta Reid of Lot 1 of Lot Park PB H L Alice Llndsey 33.43
1 Bk .... ... .. ... 1036 K" Scot .. Bi ....... .... ... 2.89 NI B.3 W3 ....
Lot
.... 1038 F & Pauline ........... 24.27 Lots 6 Bk 6 ................. 2405-6 Leatha M Jones ......... .. .' & Lots 17 31 32 PB E 6 f Of Lot 1 Hibiscus
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Lot Bit I .SS&FOSTER ADDN PB A-52 Lots 9 10 Bk 6 ........... .. 2405-9 M H Hicks ............ .... 7.1.3 15 1 18, 60 ............. 4747 H B 4 Rachel Standridge Sr 40.44 Parl PB 8.3 .. .. ...1.1 H A Kelley .. ... .......... S.6

1064 Janle Watkins ..... ...... Lot 6 Bk 7 .. .. .. .. M H Hicks ...... Lots to 9 Bk 325- Estates PB
Lot Lot S 1 5 being Bk 1 143 the.W. fth .. 2'1 of Lot 3 Bk 10.J D. 240 .... ...... 2.89 131 Archer lsLp1aB .. 4777-1 Rose Y oman .. ........... 3.49 B-88- .... ...... .. .. 6440-20 Fordyce 4 Associates Inc .... 180.98

E 250 of the 5.tt f of Addn PB A-87- .....Hoge. 247031 Abner. Jones .............. 3.49 Lots 4 5 6 7 Bk C Archer Hills I Jennie Cole ... ..... .. .. 3.49 Lots .115 B-tt 114 .Golrvlew. . .EstatesPB .
Bk f of 9th St S of J&SW RR 8th St PB B-42 .. . 4777-2 4440-115 Helen G Davis ....... ... .I

Lets 1. 6 unreorde........ .. 1047-S James Williams Jr ............... 41.04 N of C Street J D.Hodges Lots 1 2 4 5 Bk B Tax DB 325- Rose Y Homan .. .... 7.77 Lot 101 Gol Club Manor PB
. 133 Central Addn PB A-132 .. .. 4839 .. .. E.12 n. ......... ......... 6484-101 Gus ........... 249.40
Addn .
PB A-87 .
Lot 4 being the W 50 tt of the N ... J472NWVi Abner Jones .. ......... .. J" Cora Facen ...... ;;..:;... 30.49 Ay. .
: .0 Lot . Lot 1 Scrafford Plat PB '.2' 6487-1 H Schroder .. .
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100 tt of Bk Unrecorded F W Washington ........ ... 1G1NSfolESOnotLtS of SWVi less NW1 of .SI1 C H Ruth Martin .. .. 107.67 Fr.ne .. .6.62
S-D of Lots 1 .1B 144 ...... 10674 NWVi of SWVi 8 10 3. 2525-1 E H Joyce Taylor. ............ Lot 2 McNairs S-D PB A-127 ...... 48. .. 51.3 ft of Newberry Hlway as
NWVi of NWVi of SWVi les N 31.2 S J7f ft of N 625 n of E 210 J M Mary Gordon ....... per DB 353 p 164, 2 10 19 .. 4503-5 N H Kathlyn Fleischer ...... 142.48

1100 Abner Jones .................. 210 f of E 220 f 8 10 17, 2525-2 E H Joyce Taylor ....... .. NEVi, 17 11 18 .. ... .. 5045-3 3.S Lot 1 Bk B Ale Replat
EB n 470f.$ .5 o"ft of'Lot.: 5. 349 I sq In cor of SWVi 125 W 50 ft of E 169 ft of S 90 PB D-84 ... .......... 6211 RES. Spi. Fisher ........... 12.5

:147 .......... ......... 1101 Arizona Williams Heirs ........ 14.15 of 3W, 8 10 17, 1 .... ..... 2527 Abner Jones .................. 3.49 I o NE'/i o NWVi Of NEVi I Lot 3 Oakland Terrace PB
Lot Bk 149 ........ ........ 1119 Pedro Wilson .... .......... 28.55 Lots 47 4 Bk 2 Grant Park 396 ft SW Of, NEVi of E-42 .. ................. 6 W R .Wllleen Henderson ..... 2.7
Lot 10 Bk 159 Pinecrest S-D PB I PB C8NWVi ...... ..... 2551 H L Black ...................... 3.49 NW of NE'/i NEVi Of I Lot 10 Bk G Fletcher Hgts No
.............. Barbara Pugh ........... 3.49 NEVi of NWVi I S 420 n Of 1 PB E-44. ....... ..... .. 6534-lt J E .Elizabeth Wood ....... 172.42
Lots A-146 10 11.12 13 14 Bk 151.. ;.. 17 S" .. I Lots 15 of to NWVi 19. 1 10 17.Bk 40 7.... .. 2587 Mack Brown ..................... 30.6 E 210 n 17 11 18 11 --- .-.- -. 5056 Ltzzte Smith .. ..... .. 14JS S 418 ft of E 341J ft of Sec 3

crest S-D PB .... .... 12 Eunice Gast ................ ".1 Lots 5 6 Bk 9 Inc DB WIOSftof E 245ftoC5105 I less Lot 26 4 S 168.7 f of W
A.I4...... ..... . ........ .... : ft of SEVi of NWVi of NEVi, 47.5 f Of S 2 10 1
... Abner .
Lot Lot 3 2 Bk Bk 160 160 Tax Dee.OR. 17-375 114 5 Mar R Joes Jones ................. 19.99 SE'pg. 13 SW'4 Hal Moon 36 10 17.PB'A.16.. .. .... 2641 2482NW Rose Elizabeth Y Homan K Duke........................ 22.13 4.09 1 17 acre 11 In IS .NE. ... .cor. .of... .NE'of.. ....... 5065-2 Euee" Roberta Campbell ..? ..71 Lot. 10..Seville. .. .Hgts.....1..OR....'$- 63 Sammie R Hunter ....... ..... ".5

.Bk 16 as per DB 19 p 2 . 1158 Estate ......... 2.89 of NW. 8 117.20. 2704-1 J W 4 Janie Farnsworth ........ 7.17 SEVi, 1 18, 1 .... ...... 5096 J Coudon VI .............. .. .. 260 ... ... .............. .. 6547-10 J J .Mary Mixson .......... 4.4
W N of . 1
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NEVi '
8 11
17. 2705
2 I o .2Y 12 J W 4 Janie Farnsworth ... 24.27 N 100 S 800 n of E N 1.ft Of E n Of SWVi Of

tt 310 S C 4 Addn DB PB 317 P Rose Y ..................... ..0 NW EW of of NW'NEVi. of 12 1 Of 17. River 80 .. 2714 Alachua-Volusia( Investment Co. 30.6 ft of that par of NEVi of 10 of ','1.. 10 19 . 4558-1 Sam 4 Anna Graham ...... 12.0
Mr. A1111 Ho.n . Hazel G Penny .... 10 OR 174-414
3 W of 5105-3 ....... acres per 4 10
E1 Tax ef N DB 319 pg Lot 5 2 S C I Moore I N 4 210 1$. 62 .E... . . 2737 Taylor Simmons ........ .. 76.20 N 200 ft of. S 1 1 of E IS .7.41 19, 10 .. .. ........ .. 6655-4 J W Dunwody Jr ........ ".n
yds of 140 10
. ................. <-37 yds. 7 ft of that part of NE of W 14 chs of E 27.125 chs of Lot
Addn PB A-4-45 .. 1189 Rose Y Homan E 11. 6 sw'vi ..'Nwvi' 16'. .llY. 2825 Ruby B Ian ton .................. 54.82 W of Rd 20 11 18 .. '. .. . ... Que E Penny .. ...... .. '.23 2 PB A-10 9 10 19 16 ... .... .. 6675WVi J A 4 Ernestine Taylor' Sr .... .,

of of 7 20 .. A ............. 5105 '
D E WHETSTONE ADDN PB A-44W Lot Bk 7 High Springs Manor 28 J.ckso 13.55 N 64 ft of E 21 f NI of of Lot 7 less W 50 ft R-W .
3-.1 1 less R-W
for E-W

39 54 ................ 1310 Margie P Trowell ............. 2.1 PB B-71 . .. .. .. ... 2926 N A Gilbert ...... ......... 3.4 11 SEVi 1 of. .SW. .'... ... .NW....'. .21. 5137-1 Hazel G Penny .... ... ... .. ".0 PB A-10, 9 10 19, 17 access. RO.d. 647$ Charles Clifton Jr .. ... .. S7-M

Lot 373 47 .. ......... .. ... L W 4 Myrtle Thomas ......... SW of NEVi N of old hiway less S 50 of W 120 f of Lot 3Winecotf S 210 ft of E 24 ft of WI
13. .. .. WlOOft&W2-3ofS of Plat DB .. 5141 R L Margaret Williams ... 44.12 of SE'/i of 10 19, 4447-3 Mid State Homes ............ S.43
Lot 3 Bk 4 ................ Abner Jones .. ... ......... 21 NEVi btee old 4 new. hU .7 .. S 230.86 f of Lot I as OR In
DB
3 Bk Tax pr
WV of 5 .. Y Homan .. .. ....... 149 ways 130 ft of new hiway 17.s Swet S-D Dk
....... 1332 Rose .. L
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31 2 pg Bk 59 ..... ..... 1348Bks Riley 4 Mattie Sheffield .......... 24.27 DB 358-349 lis SEVi S of RR I WILLIAM SAMS S.D PB A.I2 237, 1 19, 3. ......... 6700 Elsie Williams Heirs ........... 40.4
Lit .. less W 428 n. 7 8 I.63 ..... 3035 J A Cain ...... .......... 47.90 S 315 n 210 ft
Add oOt: ::
4 Bk Futch-Clayton F Coleman ...................... W 100 ft of SW of NEVi between .Ala SW Of Lot 9 less R-W DB 3, 11 10 19 .E. .. . 6709-2 Mary EMi. .... .... 12.01
PB .A-124 ........ ...... 1369 59.0 new old hiways, 7 350-U4 .. .. ... .. ..... ... 5163 Mabl R Handy Heirs ... 22.73 S 15 cbs of N 35 cbs of E 6.3

Com SW cor of setl h 8 1 ... .... 3035-3 J A 4 Alta Cain .............. Lot 14 ... ... ._....... ... 5168 Bra Jr ... ....... .... 2.89 chs of Lot 11 10 19,
lot S of ACL RR rll 3 line Lot Santa Fe Hl'lis'PB"E'n". 304>31 W R 4 Mary Seville .......... 1.6 W 820 ft of Lot 2 2 11 1.. 25 .. .. 5171 J Pierce ....... .. 28.55 ..4S ... .... 3. .. ... .... ... 4712 Isabelle Campbell Heirs 4 Rebecca
W 744 to J. B Brown 27.4 .
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f Lots 23 Bk 7 DB 180-235 Lots 2 3 15 In less R-W S 7 chs of N 57 Chs of Lot 3 Langhorn 25.47
E 554 N 30W deg E 194 f Alachua Realty Co Addn PB 22 11 18, 29 ............. .... Sill Frances Dubois 4 Doris Grim .. 86.89 N 210 of W

N 30 deg E2nfN6deW A-IOO. 10 ... ... .... 3071 Helen 4 Rosa L Smith ....... 42.58 SW 1 acre sq of Lot 19 In Grant, 1s 10 19, ... ...2.0.f. 4712-1 Isabelle Campbell Heirs" Rebecca
480 tt to Vor N W of SW'/ .0f'Wt.s.i: Al.cr.ua 22 11 18. 1 ... ....... .. .. 5183-1 C S Gladys Loworn ......... 6 N 210 f of S ft W 210 Langhorn .. S.6
Beard 4 Tim Williams Lacrosse 366-332 Lots 11 12 1 Bi 7 Archer Hgts of 3. 11 11, 1 o.. ...f.. 4711JS150ftofN300ftOfEfOOft Andy 4 Jatephine Washington ...
LESS Lot 3 Stroble S-D 4 4 less tot OR 15-124 .les Lot No. 2 PB ... .... ...... 5205 A E Barbet .. ................. S." 1.4

3 less 8.tllnters W.t 315 .f. of "N-ty... 460 tt.,". 1379 Abner Joe ...... ...... 12.57 OR 84-545 84 .pg S Lot 4 a per OR OR Lot PB 4 C-3 Bk 8. .Archer. ... Hgs. .No.. ...2.. 5206 A. Miller ............. ........ 3.49 19 of W...2....f..of....Lot... .7... .11..It.. 4743-2 Cart Rose ..... ............ 10J1
Com of
ti 'iib 89-186 less Lot as per OR N 8.24 chs of NE Of NEVI Com 420 n N Of SW cor Lot 4 .
St 4 SW 1st run 11112 less Lot a per OR ls RR-W 3 11 18 16 .. 5261 J H Weatherspoon ...... ... ".1 N2l0ftE210ft521oftw21oft
deg E 750 f S 27W deg W 12162 less Lot OR S acre sq that part Lot as per DB 45-472 11 10

3 f to S 27V de W 440 IS, 9.7 133.nr 3129 3 N of Rly o OR o 13. 19, 1 . ... .. .. .... ... .. 4752 S" Fannie Knight .............
I 42W dp E 215 f N 27W ft on hiway as"Pr OR Charlie 4 Mable Frailer ...... 31.21Iinln 34 1 1. 1 ._ pr .. ... 5270-3 W J .Ethel Robinson ......... 51.14 Lot as per DB 370-254 12 10 1.1

dp E N 62' d W 15-124. 11 8 18 3129-3 CO" .. W along RR-W of E 4 19. 7 .. . . .. .... 47S7-3 J A 4 Barbara Barrett ...... 1134.79
Frankie Whltfield ..
tt to POB 4 less lit Lots 17 18 : Gardens .PB' .. 44.12 along RR-W of S 210 ft
.... .. f
Roberts
ttofWOft.3$17 .. _... .. 1379-1 John & Sara .. ................ 1.6 I. E-40 . . .. tat par Lot 3 N RR-W Com at NW cor Napier Grt N 86
Lot I per OR 12.2 31 17 1379-3. B A Edwards ... 52.D. Lot 97 Lincoln Gardens PB 31.17 Pr-sidet.Edith Myers ......... 7.77. 11 o..........O..... ...... 5270-4 Leroy 4 Rosa Robinson Jr ..... 58.14 degl3mlnE55jfttoPOON33deg3OmlnW351ftN
Let as t*r OR 3 t 17 ... 1379-4 Leona C Jenkins ::::::::::::::. 4918U797 I E-40 ... ... ... .... .. 3131-97 W 498.3 E 1980 n Of S
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Lot as per OR 128-94 31 17 .... 1379-5 J W .Janis Hall. ,Com 280 N of SW cor of Joseph .Nettle Harris .......... .. 549.78 ft o NY NWVi. 57 deg 45 E S
Com 5 tt E of NE cor of Bk 1 E of f paved rd 11 18, 4.29 o. ... ..3. 5290-4 James 49.00 ml 3 f 1
Y NEo ' deg s
Rg Moore Addn run E $0ftS11OftWofN11ft f NW SW-y grl r to That part S of River, :ii 4 19, 2WNWVi .5293 Abner fs.:::::::::::::::::. 5.03 d 3 ml W 182.f to .
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1:7sw': ...'...'...... John .Sari Roberts ........ 444413M f li t POBlsa R-W. 12 g 3 7 o, 6 ........ ........ .... 5301 Abner Jones ................... 1(1 I tra N 33 d SW 30 min of W 83.25 this :
C of sec house SEVi of NEVi less R Of 0 "
: ACL ; r SE 480'jt' Tt :part oH .G.. ri3182 Thomas 4 Edna McCray ......... 22.99 7 19, 35 ... .... .......Wft ... 5338 L R Molt m................... 2 J9J344 W t POB N 31 43 deg deg 2"I ,
pr wi RR NE cor o W of SAL N E of SEVi less RR-W, I 7 E 15.1 f S IS deg 34 5 ml

lot SW on Str I Graded road. 13 S 18 ----.-. 3195-1 Abner 19: 74 ........... ......... ..... Thelma M Preston ......... 8161 11ftSS3 deg 37 mm W '
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line 345 tt to beg Jones ... Elofse .. .\ .
1 f ThatpertofSWofNEt43. .D SWVi of NWVi W of Road, 9 7 207.3fttoPOB.131019 4779 L H W.1 .. .. 114.17ROBBINSWOOD
NW 135 tt NE 87 tt that part of SEtt of 19, 34 ......_. ......... ..... n L R MatS ... ...... ......... J7.81 -- --u.
ft t b also com at SW corof bt SAL NW SWVi oSSWWo55RD23, PB E-69- ,
Beard lot run S 30 less old ACL 7 19, 30-5 5350 Thelma M Preston ..... .. ... .1
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*egW63ttS60oegE132ttN30degE43ttN40deg R-W, 13 I 18. 3196-1 w h K-KT enOf P'L" Lot 3 Bk B .. .. 479734WVi T.rrBb .. ......
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Abner .
Jones ... ......... 5.29N130ftf 520
N 210 ft of W 12"f Of EWof SW' 2t7 19: 114 544 J Wilson Heirs ............. 163.16 SEVi NWVi, 14 10

W Strotxes 132 tt Quarters.being L 4 S .4.. V S Sims ............. ...... 35.15 SEU, 14 8 3210-2 J M .Christine Thomas ......... 3 Ke In SE cor of NEVi O 19. o ... o............ ... 6798 J Alexaner Her .......... 82.41
1 W 129.4 ft Of NEVi of 9.1 as per DB 42 Com ftW442 S NE
Com S 27 deg W 96W from NWU 14 8 18 Ollie '. :f: 19, 3 p S7.. 5457 E McGlmls T Smith 4. G cor 13 SEVi S f o W
31 M Kite .. ... .... r
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E143.2ftofWjoftofN % S 140 yds E 149 yds NWVi Ho.rd Trustees 4.23 along RR-w S E
Addn run S 27W deg W 150 f o NW%. 14 of SWVi. o 2 7 19 4 .o .. 5461 Collies Porter ..... .. 2. 452 f N S f, 14 3 f 19,
4IVaftE12SttN27WdegE 18 o t j E Mini ...... .
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3215-1 Thomas Theresa Meek ......... SW of o NEVi less R-W Cro #1.15
.1 ftWl23fttobeg. Wright ................ S. N210 ft of E 210 ft of 62 4 Less N tt W 300 ft, Com at NW of property as
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.......... .. Gladys T NW 4 c .
1391 R
17 NW H Barbara Turner Jr .....
_. : :: :: _'" O t HWA '- 27 7 19. ._. .. 5473 21.1' per OR thence S .
Com SEVi at*Irl 0 S N Il O 8 :.::'::: .-:.... .. 3225 R E .M.y. Bro............ That part 2 W SWA tying 59 min 6 sec E 110164 fr 3 .
\ wi 31 between Worthington deg > min 4 sac W 2.1
Magnolia Sf run S 2 COLLEGE HEIGHTS PB B-87 Springs N 49 1 54 E394JJ
W 210 ft S 4M E Ro. Gal d mi
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ttNVddU W Sit tt E to :01tt3 I 62%.... 1391t N Webster H.lr.......... 1131 L 1 Bk A. .............. Waiter Essie Mitchell ......... & N of SAL RR 160416, JW 4 Mildred Harris ... .. W 981.24 n S<5 d 59. mm 54
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deg II Sovthslda Tarr 1 Lt 3 3 Bk A ................ 33 .Willie Lee ..._...... 3. 27 7 19. 12 ... .-................ .7 97.84Crower sec W 349J I min .
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jr110841 Construction Ca 71.92 21 100ftN4Sby300ttE4W W 331.97 thence S
C. run
: Modern Homes .. Manatee s I
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WE: rl..1.. ............. Lof3478k0 ... ....... 'n 30.494i44 DB 444 part leasedto It 11.19 : ... .... 4801-4
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.. Sp W1IONofLtsl$198971 3 .. 8r 4 r'27 7 19 .....SS05 lC 'in.......... U4Jacvt SY of SE' of SEVi NEVi R Br III ....... 100.84

Bk G........................ 3239-18 B" Annie ..... ....... Com c o Methodist $, 15 10 19 W o; ... 48152iaftofSS34ftefE42tff j w.1 Et A......... ......... 7.77.
SMM 3. DB M. LOASBkH ............... .. 3240-5 AbnerJon J. ... .... S. Church l o s line W t N
Lets as per OB DB 131-92 ADDN PB .. ...... 2" sec line Wrights o SE.Vi o SWV4, 1 It 19. I ... G" Tiny W.b................ 11.4

5 l l as per Lots 1. 13 17 Bit 1 ...........WEl C.7 E to pub road S to Church
l 201-104 4 tess DB Lots 36 WelCh H.ir............ tot W to NW Churchlot ARREDONDA PARK PB .
I 3 4 Bit 3 .. .3 cor .
OB 213-493 B .. o
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less 4leu "" .......
-DB.27.27 >usDa L 9 It Bk Bk 3 ."r."rr".......... 3 Aml.Rht.CPl WUlh......3.1 2 27 7 S to 19 beg I.M.. p .. 5531 J W Mildred Harris 3 Bk A ................... Mall E Gray ..... .... 2.89
270-168, S .1 Luveta Ce .................. 1'Let 17 Bk 3 3 ....... ................ Rheta Wilia ......... 3.24 SWV4 of NEVA 2 acres In 10.7 l 4 Bk A.... ....... .. 66-61.J R Jaques .............
Com 6ft ft S of NE Stro- ... 3284 M H ............ ls Anna P .... 2.1
W.o ADDN Hiks 21 SW cor less R-W o Nslde.2$719,37 Lot* 21 22 Bk D .. .... .... ,1- Lib ........... ..
S75ft0133ftN73fl.38 PB f
b .Quarters run f I Il' |L*tS 8 1 18 21 41 47 LEIOY 5537 R H .Barbara Turner Jr ....... 41.82 N354.4ftoiNE wofRd 5.0

. 1421 J Jones .. ............... ..6'. 41 62 6 6 65 3 6..... .6 3316-1 Church of God by Faith ... 29.15 SEV4 of SEVi less 200 f RR-W. J W Mildred Harris .. less N_ 296.4. I of NEVi, 2110 .. .
28 ..... Enl .
SW 1 acre SWVfc Lot 10 .... ............... 3316-11 Surety Mortgage Investment 7 19. 34 5543 ... 24.87 Si ............ 5.14
6 I 17. sq I o NW o Construction C. 14.04S Lot 1 ....... .............. 33l -li H H 4 Beirye Heflln .. .Co... 3.10 Tot part ef Bk 42 tJ S of S 31337ftof N 2.6 f o NEVi. .5 J D
IUZ Mm Hoe .. ........................ 3316-12 .2 Mill Addn W o Rd. 21 4849 Betty Adamson ..... 2173
Prince
160 H S SM ft Lt JacabChurch B7
of W .. .
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o 14 ........... .... 4.2 LaCrosse, 27 c . ... 3554 .Mildred Harris ........ 4.09 E \ 7 Arredonda Estates
.. ... 3316-14 L
of NWV. of SWVi, 4 17. S 1453-19 Nellie a Bartlett ................. 5.6 of Faith .. ..... 0 . *4787 H H Bramlett
Go Bks 43 44 45 Addn LaCrosse .
Lets 24 21 ..................... 3314-26 b Ways Bf 129.65
WlOOftofEloftefW4.fNEtS $0.47 'Lot ......................... Abner Nolan .. .. ........ ..0 27 7 19 .. . .. .. ... .... 5557 JW .Mildred Harris .......... W 44 Let 9 Arredonda Estates ....
17 147ft.l MId-Stats Homes 5.1
Tract F/I't 17 ::::::::::::::::: 1484-12 W J 3. AnnIe u::::::::::::::. 7.11 316 Rebecca Robinson ...... 50 ,7.1 OR 1C LACROSSE at W PB ml Ee ., .E."line.. .' run 6 He.Dorts T.rrel .... 121.34

N 2 264, 14-8-18 DOWNING ADDN PB C-79-79C Bk H less 40 tt of S sW .,. 5575 J W .Mildred Harris ..... ... 9.31 C pt e S .
12 efts
r E.J o L. .. ... Ssl. 1489-264 Duke .Mcll .WIIS ....... 31' Lt 1 2 Bk 4 ....... ...... 3347 Annie B Campbell ....... .. .. N30ftefE1-3ofBkB- .. ...... S581 R H .Barbara Turner Jr ....... 22.13 chaE12cfa06beg.chs 21 1..
NE'leu 4 less E
} > 3 1 Bk S Tamlaml 9 Bk J Wooley Addn PB la RRo 6 19 .. .. ..... 400
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I ..... U39 **$ ...... .......... 34114 tt of N 219 tt of SEVi Of 1 .-r pa DIVII ........
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\ e N 1'c MfldrsdBeehler ..t............ .. .. B R Hunter ................... 6 alsoEAofNWIfl71U1..1421 J W .Mttdrtd Harris .........160JO. ( ii oT eHe1 S1J4





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14 Gainesville .Sun Tuesday May 12, 1964 '

DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT I DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT
NOTICE Of TAX SALE
e EV* of SWI of SEVi less 3 acres EV* of Lot 1 S of highway NWW ofNW'.leu20OftRR-W
Notice Is hereby given that on the nth day of May, 144, at Gainesville County In cor .less S 4 f of E E of Lot 4 I 4 F .SV* NWW NEW. 7 0

et 5t:1 of Florida tax IecrftfIcateswmb. sold en the following 210 tt. 17 8 1. 1 H...... _.. 1549' Buster & Amanda Burnett ... 12.4 Williams Add PB C.7.7 .--. 345 L a Elsie Gods ............. 21.1 I 5 o.... .o.........3... 5435 J W .Mildred Harris ..... KM
to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, to0etrter EV* of NEVi AC RR 2 Lots & F Original .
wtth all costs of such sale and all advertising. I 17. 10 .. ......u...._... 1543 J S Lang ........... ......... 54.9 LUNDY ADDN PB C-79C I com at N coo Laross Lt
L 15 Bk 4 Tamlaml N run W 181 S 157V E .
PB .Hgl..... 1578 Mrs E C .... ......... 3.4 Lot 6 Bk ............
REAL ESTATE A-17 .. Ca. 4 ....... 3504 Mollie McClain ............ .... 1155 181 ft N to FOB It WV*
DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT TAMIAMI I HGT NO 4 PB Lot 13 14 Bk 4 ................ 3510 Johnnie Ford ................ .... 5.n Lot 1 t Lot 2 less R.W o ..
Lot 4 Bk 31 ................. W E Scripter .......... ......... 2.89 L 15 Bk 4 ................... 3511 Gladys Green ................... 2-t 9 Original also -. '
W2attf5 of NWW ofl'W L 8 9 Bi 31 ..................... 1584 J C Edgar ....... ... ......... ".0 16 Bk 4 .... .. 3512 Johnnie Ford .. U.73352S 1 1 a 1 ef | LaRo else '
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24. 7. 17, 4.24 76-1 Minnie M Gregory ............ 143.84 16 3 ............... 1593 M F Parrish .. .. .......... 2. S40ttofN342ttofW272tt . 1 acre at .e'.L 1 by I
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23 Bk 31 less R-W River- Lot 6 7 Bk .... ............... 1595 Mrs G E Min ...... ...... 2.89 of E f NEW. cri o ditc cor

view PB B-70 .............n.... 2-1 Abner Jones ...................... 3.4* Lots 19 Bk.U ..... ...'...... 1594 Mrs F Cori ................. 2.8 15 I 18 ...4. ... ....o............ Abner Jones ..................... of Main St In LaCrosse -
Lot 1 Bk :33 Rh/erview PB B-70 ... 84 Abner Jones ..................... 2.8 I Lot 2 Bk 3 ... .. ... .. 1598 Neva ................. 2.89 Lot 21 Hitchcocks Addn 1.6 In a V shape ti
COLUMBIA HGTS PB A-142-142V Lots t 7 a L 2 Bk 34 _--. 15 9 Daisy M Pel ............_. 21 PB F-ll .. ..... _. .___. __ 3531-21 Susie M Mills .. ................ ,." ditch o one bi Newa
Lots 25 to 30 Incl Bk A............. '3 Edith V Cook ..................... 2.89 TAMIAMI HGTS NO 5 PB yule o the ether le -
Lotsl9to24IncIBkB ............. 94 Lizzie L Young ................... 2.St GUINN WILLIAMS .REEVES SUR PB C-l. also NW car Lo
Lots 25 2i Bk C ..................... 95 E Smith ........... ..... 2.89 li 3 39 Bk 41 .............. 1404 Mrs C Brenner .................. 2.89 H C Parker I
Lots 2 24 Bi G..7 Mar S ..................... 2.89 A Bk 41 .................... 16 Mr M E Rich ................... 2.89 S 100 f of Lot 2 Bk 2 .._._..3537-2 Cee" Minnie Ricad.. 52.08 de C b run SW-ly
i L 4 4.A 81 I .......... ... 103 $ Z Ale .................... 2.89 Lot Bk G....... .......... W D Reed ..................... 2.89 LotSBkSTaxOB3l9pgl7 ,.... 3550 Ha. .. .. 2.89 S Jos Newnans
...... ..... 126 Ell R Anderson .................. 2." Lot 17 Bk 42 ..... ............ 1604 M B Bon ......... ........ 2M : Lots 5 6 Bk 4 ..................... 3564 Laura EVin..................... 50 al rd li o where it
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Al Free S of hiway less RR-W Rll Lot 3 Bk 4 .. ........ .... 1407 Mr B Walker ..... ........ 2.8 Lots 7 t Bk 7 ................... 3569 Carrie M Heirs ...... ... crosses 2 from H C Parkers
ls 2 acres MOL OR Lot 4 Bk 4 ..... .... .. .. 1608 Lee . .. ................. 2.89 .1 house to Gainesville E
I 7 17, 317 ..pr.. .._.... 145 P F Fluhr Jr ......... Lots 4 41 44 Tamlaml Hgts OLMSTEAD SURVEY PB C-79B along said rd '14 yds N
E 209 ft of W 4, of S 627ftofNE a Mir 27 No PB A-172 .......... .._.. 1415 Mrs A J Huff ............... 14 yds to POB also land 17
ofNE.33711.3..161 Wilson .............. Lots 1 2 3 Bk 50 Tamlaml S 24 f N tl f Of W 110 SWW of NWW oi of Ave
W 209 ft of S 427 ft of NEW of Per 56 Hgts No 4 PB A-172 ............ 1421 Mary E Jacobs ................. 3.49' ft Of Lt o 1 .... .._..._... 3421 Ros Y Homan ......... ....... 56 leading fr H C Pire

NEW. 33 7 17 3 ... ._._._._..... 149 Rebecca Welch .. .............. 29.12$21OftofE213ftof5E'4of Com 10 W o SE car of Lot rl t a
WADE PB A-44 4 run 78V* tt E 100ttS28VttW75ttS50tt rd 1 .

NEW. 33 7 17, 1 .............. 170-1 Albert Lula Davis Jr ......... acre Nevtll Baptist
8 100 ft of N 280 ft of NEVi of a 15.3 Com at SW c of R J Knightlot W 2 f .. .................. 3431 L M .Violet Cooper ............ 0.0 Churd de als Colo NY NWW

SWW of 7 .....n... 171 Frank Williams ................. N 210 f 210 f S 210 f of
N .0 ft Of NE3 f 1 NEVi 5.6 W 210 f ................. 1490 Rudolph Eckman Sr ... ........ 4.0 TOMPSETT SURVEY PB ASS- 7 I .... ...Ol.....173.U .... drier a Carter a Adams ... 12.0
i SWof NEW. -......o. 171-1 Sam Elizabeth Henderson ..... Lot 3 2 & Lt 1 Bk 3 E 245 tt of S tt Of SWViOt Ul I
14 110 ft of 3 1 SWW of a 1.3 Lets 7 I Blk ... ..... ... ; Mrs B F Walton ...... ...... 3.4 Lots 11 12 Bk II ...... ..... 3 Abner Jones .. ................. 2.8 NWW, 34 7 1',05 ... .......... S457NV J W a Midre Harris .......... 14.32 <
NEVi. 33 7 NEo.... ....... .. .... 171-2 Maggie Moultrie ............ Lot 7 Bk 3 __..................... Roxie Johnson Heirs ..... ..... 5.0 Lot 6 Bk 22 ................ .. Ella Lewis Heirs ............. 21 ofLots34ALotsS67,31 f
N100ftofS2Mttof NEVi of .9 Los 123454 Bk 4 ............. 1707 Eva & Doris Cash J W St Lot 10 Bk 2 .... ............. 3769 Prettie Mae Merrkks .... ... .3 1 320 ...... ... ..._. ..... $45-1 J W .Mildred Harris ... ..23447
SWVi of NEW 33 7 17 .. .. 171-3 Chelley .. ................. 10 f frO NE c of F C Elmo Jr .... ... .............. 2." SV ef Lots 2 4 S 4 NEW .
S 90 of NE'of SWVi of Rub 5.6 Reinhard lot run 100 f C A WILLIAMS ADD PB C-79B of Lot S & Lots 7 S, 4 I. ... 5704 J W & Mildred Harris ........ 244.52

NEVi f, 31. 7 17 ..... ........ 1714S Robert a Lillie Williams ......... 41.98 10 100 f E 10 tt ......... 1714 D J a Audrey Dansby .......... 25.47 NV* ofLot8.4$19,40...1.30... 9704 E&ilildaMcRa. .......... 32.83
100 of N 380 ft of NEVi Com NE of H Well N 47V* f of S 131 f of W S of N ft of E 105

SWVi f NEVi. 33 7 17 ......... 171-5 Badger ....<............ '.6: lot on RR R-W of 135 f o Lo 3 Bi . .. ... 3794-1 CEl Sarah Rawls ......... 47.44 10 f That .1 of SEW ef
W 525 f o between hiway a RR Mar RR N along RotCWE1it W Lot 3 ..................... 3SM EVi Williamson ..... ..... 6.11 : of hlway, 581* ....... 5714-3 Flee L Presley ...... 74.44
33 7 1 ............... ......... lnl P F .Marion Fluhr Jr ......... 12.0 ln o NWVi to Lots 9 10 1 12 Bk 5 LYMwo Ef.
SWW NWVi of less cr H 32 33 S o linebetween Par PB B-73 .. .. --. --. 3 W F a Jeanelie H.tdl Sr .. 11.1 W of E S eh* ef S
RR-W, 3 7 17 4.8 ...SSA.. .. ... 182-2 Abner Jones .. ...... ... ... 7.77 Sd Sees to NW car E tt Of W 450 tt Of S 5 chs ci that of NV 2V
of IE Green lot E to cor of f of NWVi of NWVi less Lot 1 N pr Creek road

Lot as per DB being F C Reinard lot N to SE 2 f of S 260 tt cOW 110 tt. S 8 19. .o. ........... J725-1 Banks 8> Brockington aMcRae
144 1-4 f o 31 3 1.. .. 204-3 J W & Reba Thomas ........... 22.73Everett co of lot less S 2 | 11 .._ .. 3950-1 W C .Mary Purvis ............. U.5 W I-s of NWW of SEW. I I Trustees .. .. ............ 44
NEV of- NW3 7 ........ 244 Maggie Moultrie ...... 3.6 100 f to Carrie Green less of Sw'vir/WV"cl SEVi i 1*. 35 .... .._... .......... 5751 Jei Williams ........... 41.98
i 11 U.4 75 In a 100 f Sq to D J Dansby -........ 1718 W M Johnson Heirs ............. 145WV Of SWVi. 8 9 18, 100 .. ..,... 4093 J W .Janie Farnsworth ....... 125.38 NV* of NEVi. ,11,, 80 .... .. .. 5755 .Mildred Harris ...... .. 5.4
Sees 1.pr, 1 8 17. .p. .. 25410WV Emma Mack Heirs ............ 5.6 > SE'/i less part to Churchas NEVi of 3W. I 9 18. 40 ....... 4094 J W .J.nl Farnw...... 45 NWW of NE' NV* of NWW,
of of NE'.2117.20 .. 259-5 LL& Manning ......... 21 per DB 10.3. less R.W. NEW of SWVi I NV* of Gov 10 8 19. 120 . .. .. .. 575M J W .Mildred Harris ....... '
Bet 2 9 17. 77.3 .. ..._...._..... 14 Paul & Lois Smith ... ....... 181.5 Lot 2, 9 ..... .. .. ._. 4128-1 H H Kout Trustee ........ .... 74.04' N 343 NEW ef SWW efSWW 1.1
S lflfl ofWl7l ft of NEW SV'of SWv less R-W 10 9 17, 76 ... 189 D I Loca Knight .. .......... 16.2 NEVi of 1 SWv 1.6 I SEVi less S t o 1 in NE
at stk In Vi 247 WY less R-W & less 50 ft f NE .27 ere s Charles Bradley ............
Be sec cor : c. 8 1*. _.. .. ...... .. .. $191 .. 10.5
S of center of sec run S 262ftofWSOOft.11 9 17. SEVi of 20 9.1 277 415 V M Dorothy Jr .... 2 less N 105 *
"atai Bk less
4l6fttoptSOftNofSF&WRRS67degE24&ftN 75.79 ..... .... ... .. ..... 1774-1 Paul & Lois Smith ............... 48.2 EY of NE. !9 1 .. :. 4144 E J a a Inez Annis .........3.S.1 S 105 f of E f 210 ft 3 Stbetween
NW 4 of NWVi of SWVi .
ices s Of NWVi Less ft N Bks 3 4
520.8 tt W 230 tt DB 5* pg 274. OR -12 2 9 17. 4 .....--. 1877 A R .Clara Crocker ............ 1.3 :NEVi of NWVi.22, 9 1t 47 ... 4173 E J Inez Annis ..... .... 51.1 P-425 .. .. .. .Hague. .. .DB. 5901-1 Preston S Ethel King ..... ... 13.6
2 8 17 .. .. ... ..........:. .. 244 Eva Bennett .. ........ 31.55S N'/, of SY SEVi less R.W. S chs of N 53.37 chs of W N 5 chs of W chs E
10 ft N 124 ft of W 75 34 9 1 II .. .. .. ....... 1901 Johnnie & Mary Woods .......... 4540. chs of that part E of 80 ttRW 1.0 cut Of .O Lot o 34

SE o of NWVi N hiway. N 119 f of 218 tt of E 176 less 1350 tt & e Lot 2 ...NY.........3.... J934 Marie J Whitaker ............... ".04
2 if 17 .. . .. .f.. .. .. ... 272 Amanda Durr ... ... ... 21.1 f of 534.3. tt. 34 9 17 .... ... 1915 Annie R Stafford ... ......... 204. as per BS 231-591, '9 :44 4182 Lois Vernell Trustee ........ 3.6 N 3ll49ftof E 44 of NEW. as
N 420 tt of W 210 of 234 per OR Parcel 1,
E 570 f of SEVi o NWVi N of CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN PB A-95 acres in Grant 27 9 18, 2S.... 4222-1 C J .Elizabeth Walden ... .... 9.91S2l0000fW42OftofSE'e 14 9 19. .2...bin.. .. ....... 4015-1 C T .Latent Dowling ...... 27.6
Lots 3 4 ..... .. 1918-3 & Blair &
hiway less S of E 210 ...... .. Gwendolyn Velezi S 438 tt of N tt of E %
ft. 2 I 17 .. ...I...... ......... .. 274 Pearl M Caroway ........ 301.33 Earlene I Lee. ............. 2.89Lts Of SEVi 28 18, 2 .. . : W T I Retha Davis ... ... 121 being Parcel 313.1, 1*. 20 ..... 4015-7 C T .Laverne Dowling ... .. fl.U
SEVi of SEVi of NEVi of SWVi, > 5 I ............... ........ 1918-5 Gibbs Lofton ........ ....... 5.4 N 210 tt of W 210 tt of SEVi, 47 S ft of N 801.45 tt of W

2 8 17 . .. ...... ........... 290 Annie Burnett Heirs ........ 37 JO. 6 7 ..................... 1918-4 Cason Gibbs ......... ... 5.0 33 9 18, 1 -..---..-.- .- ----. 4277-1 Viola Brown ......... ".1 10. tt of SEW of SEW Wim-
S 440 ft of E 210 f of NWVi of W of E 450 of B H Rebecca Orr .......... 40.44
400 tt tt Sec berly Estates. 9 19 ... .. .. .
SWVi Of SWVi less S 210 f o E SWVi. 3 10 17 ....... .. .... .... 1940 Money Hedge Heirs ......... 22.7 less S 3985 tt, 34 9 18. 10.4 ... O Abner Jones ........... 1.3 E 424.49 tt of 2 of SW' less 67 -2 .
210 f of W 6 ft & N S 1725 ft of W 1034 tt less E N 400 tt of E 75 ft & less R-W
210 S of E 210 I TAMINEGA HEIGHTS PB C.5 210 ft of W of S 1050 .. & less lot DB HJUai. H *. it
less o 6 of N 420 Lot 10 Bk D less E 100 tt .. .. 1942-10 J M Holt Jr ....... ... 2.8 tt, 34 534. 'f. .. .... .. 4303 J w & Janie i-arnswonn ..... 6Ul u u 3 . .. ._....-.-.-: .-: : ::. :::" 6095 Monnie C Williams ...... .... 15.01
E 210 ft of W 420 tt& lessS4200t0fE318.7ft.2$17.32..291 Bks C D E less W 1 to 1 f Com at cor of sec run N" per OR 41-219. i R J" Ruth Marlow ........... 103.39
I Annie Price Ex 500 .... ....... 2.1 S. less Lots 10 1 .1 .les I deg 'NJ1 60 se E 1220.28 Lot as a per OR 47371. 2. 1...661 W F .Anna RyalS ............ 9..11
W 210 ft Of NWVi Of SEW SI E 60 of Lots 8 W154.49flofSl4 ft N 610.11
of RR lets S 105 f. 2 a 1 .... 3 Abner Jones .. ................ 7.7 .less f E loon of Lots 789 thence thece run rn 45 deg 1787.4 37 min f of Lot 4 PB A-55 27 of 9 1* 190. f. 4HM Alan & Frances Land .......... 1.4
210 on hlway as 12 BkE& lessE 100 of 300fttoPOBN6Sdeg37mm 5'17.5ftofWl47.3ftofLot73

p f.7. 2 8 1,1 .. .... .3.31 J W a Reba Thomas .......... 7.3 1 7 8 9 Bk D <. les f 10 E 2 f S 24 deg 23 min PB A.5. 27 1. ... ..... 4128 Rosa L Simos ............. 4.4
Bk GardensPB Bk D & less E 100 f of Lots E 435.4 45 deg 37 min W E 4 c f S 2V* chs of Lot

C-22 ........... ... 3044 Eugenia Gilchrlst Heirs ...... 18.44 1 12 Bk D ............... 1943-1 J M Holt Jr ................. 282.94 zoo tt N 24 deg 23 min W PB A-55 27 9 1*. 1 .. ... .7. .. 4132 R" Hane Strappier .......... 5.43
I Lot 2 Murson PB B-33 ..... ..... 329 Cason a Murphy ................ 7.1 9 Bk F _..._.... ... .... 1944-9 B D .Dorothy Davis .......... 39.24 145.2 tt N 6 deg 37 min E SlOSftOfN3l3ftofW105ft .
N of W SO ft of Bk 2 SF Lots 1234547 BkG less W 300 tt N deg 23 min W f Lot PB 27 9 19 .... 4141 Davis" Williams ...... ...... 1.3
6 W f Addn High Springs ... ... 333 Clayton Whitfleld ........... 5.6 17 tt of Lots 1 & 3 & less landoutside 290.4 ft to POB 2 10 18 3 .... 4333-4 R F t Margaret Nesler ......... ." 4 PB 3 A-5 SD A-5. EV* Lot 62
NSSttofSlOOttofWSOttOf 10 tt radius curve on N 210 of W 210 of SVi OR 9 19 J .Shirley Browning ........ 3.14N
Bk 2 Tax DB 325 pg.121 corner of Lot 3 .. .. .. .. .. 1947-1 C T & Helen Farnsworth .... 113.75 Grt f 10 18, 1 .f.... .. ..I.. 4343-1 Mid-State Homes In......... 95.44 300 n 901.S of E 140.45 617B
1 -2 Rose Y'Homan ................ .0 Lots 20 21 22 Bk H........ ... 1948-20 W W Suggs Sr ............. 49.94Wloftot N 24.43 chs of E 14.20 chs of tt Iol 4 f Par-
N ft of W 100 f of Bk I E 41889of S 14 that In Grt S of hlway eel BYA15.27 ftle. . . 4178-4 J W .Selwia Twee.l. ...... 21.1
10.W Addn High Spring .... 357 Pedro Wilson ............... ... 48.40SF&WAddnHIQIlSprIflOs..335 ft of NE' of NEVi. 4 10 17 ... 1972 Murray & Janle Ranolp..... 4.4 3 10 par 4 .. .. .. .. .. ... ... 4344 Mozelle Henry Ex 500 ......... 71.9 SV* of Lot 14 PB 28 t .. .
Com 200 tt W of NW cor of Sli Of SE'" Of SE4, 4 10 II. 19 S ............ ... .! ...... .. 4197 Jim Page ........... ... *
I" Main I Lucile Sts run W to 30 .......... ........... 4344-2 R R .Alma Taylor ..... ..... 39.84 N 210 tt Of E 210 tt Of W 420 tt
2.1 WHETSONE ADDN IN NWVi OF SW% PB A-44V* st N RR R-W E to pt N of I of Lot lP -2 28 9 1* ... Harold Cunningham ......... 7.77
b S to b. 4 10 17 .. .... 1978 Abner Jones .............. ... '.83 W 300 tt Of E Of S 6199
Lot 4 Bk 2 Tax DB 370-409 370 James Dutton fc Annie Flowers 7.17 SV SE Of RR less S TAPP ESTATE PB A.5 435.4 of N 180.1 f

( Lots 9 14 Bk 2 .. . . ..:::::::::.373 Abner Jones ...... .............:.: 2.89 483V* f of W 1220 tt & less ... ... 2." 1*. 3 f......45.6...tt.,. .3. .. .9 4349-1 S E June Hardin ..... .. 59."
... ... 2.89 Lot ... ... 4348-2 J C Linda Butler .
Lot Bk 2 ... ..... ........... 374-1 Emma Mack Heirs .... lot to Roland DB 303-99 N 100 tt Of W 150 tt Of 2 .. .
Lots 1 2321 24 Bk 4 ...... 382-1 J 0 4 Lucille Bell ............ 26.41 less Lot to Parker DB a .. SlOOftofN200ftofESOft .
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30 ... 46.2 PARK OR
2 2... ...... 382-10 Tyler" ........ & lot to p of W 450 ft of Lot 2 ...... 4368-2-2 Jon" Linda Butler .. WES 711.
10 .... Luc Ranolp 2.8 137 les .... Lot 18 ... .... .... ..... Barbara Quates ..
Lt 22 1 4 ........ ........... 32-2 ERa .......... 5.2 311-432 less lo to Vlde Lot 7 .... ... ............ 437 CEl Kittle Farnsworth 1.4 Lot 36 ... ................ 631.11 Rihard. Bass ......... 16.2'

Lot 2 Bk 4 ................ .. Prlscllla Lewis .... .. 5.2 DB 318-252 4 Lot i per MILLIGAN HURST EST PB A-118 Lot 3 .. ............ ..... 631.3 R L .. Janice Bass ........ 14744
Lot Bk 5 ................. 390-S Surety Mortgage Investmet Co. 3.3 OR 1-297 .less lot as per WEST PARK ADDN 1 OR 93-354 .
Lots 9 10 Bi 7 ............ 4 To Williams ..... .. . OR 1.3 less lot per Lot 1 & E 3.333 chs of Lot 5 .... 4372-1 James Hurt ........ .......... 32.8 Lot 7 ................ ..... 4352-7 AT" Evelyn Douglas .. .
I Lots 1 3 2 1 1 > .. ........... .0 Lucille Bell ...... ..... S.C3Surety lot pr OR 15 -21 E 299.97 Of Lot 2 ... ...... 4372-2 James Hurst .... .............. 2.1 Lot 1 ................. 4352-13 AT" Evelyn Douglas ........... 3.6
I Lot 2 Bk .. ................ Mortgage Investment Co .. 3.69 4 ,017 .. .. .. ... .. 1989 D G Roland Estate ...... ...... S3.73 f Lot ................... 6352-14 A T & Evelyn Douglas ....... 3.6'2.1
Lot 4 Bk 8 ................. 40Surety Mortgage Investment Co 3.6 Com 50 ft S of SW cor of Bk Lot 2 less E .S chs S 2 Lot 3 .................. 4352-30 J H & Eula Steadham ....... .
I Lot 23 Bk 8 ................ .... .0-2 Mortgage Investment Co 3.6Lot 52 PB A-129B run E 350 f acres of Lot I Lot 4 I Lot ........... ... .. .. .._.4352-40 W F I. Joyce Coulter .. .. 150.44
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25 Bk t ... .. ..... ... 4-2 Surety Mortgage Investment Co S 15 f W 3 ft N 150 f W 5.467 Chs Of 5 ...... .. 4373 Emma L Perkins .... ......... 25.4 Lot 114 West Park Addn. 2 OR -
Lot 4 Bk 9 .. ............ .. 4J4-4 Arthur Flossie Heagles .... .. 30.49 3 p 10 17 1.2 1989-2 John F Parker ..... ........ 7.43 Lot 3 less S 2 acres ........ ... 4373-7 Tom 8. Pearl Hurst .......... 24.4 I "- .- .... .. .. 4353-114 J F Olief Gainey .... ... 18.44
Lot 21 Bk 9 .......... ..... .,621 Alphonso Robinson ..... 39.24 Com 20 S of SW cor Bk 52 WYs of SEVi Of NWVi. S 10 Lot Westmoreland Addn 1 PB .
Lot Bk 9 ...... ........... 4162 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 32.83 Lots 8 Bk 9 Chapman .Smith 20 . . . . . . .1. 43751EV Laura Hurst .......... ..... 27.01 E-3 ................ ... 4395-34 W G Dorothy Carson ....... 424.75SUNNYBROOK
Lot 2 Bk 9 .... .. .......... Robr" Annie Johnson .- ... .. 37.10Lot Ad PB A-1J2 ....... ...... 2021 Alice Manning ................ 3.49 of SEVi of NW' 5 10 18. EST OR.
9 10 DB 293 P3 445 .. a ... .. 1145MidState Chapman Smith Add 20 .... .. .. .. .. 4375-2 James Hurt ..................... %7.01 61.23
Lot 3B Bk 10 .. . .. ..::::..:::.421 Homes Inc :. ::::::::::. 3-fS:. PB A.12 .. ........ ..... 2040-2 Abner Jones ................. .. 3.4 EH of SEVi of SEVi of NEW Lot 9 ...... ........... Elizabeth ...... 24880
Lot 14 Bk 10 ... ._. .... ..... Wile" Ethel Richardson ........ W Of R-W 5 10 18, 12 ..... 4374-2 L E Margaret Coleman .... 20.5 Lot 10 ........ ....... 3'FE" Clara Ter......... ..
Lot 1 1 1 1 Bk 1 ...........4 Maye ... .......... 29 ORIGINAL NEWBERRY PB A-129A NW of NEli & NEVi Of NWVi Lot 1 ... ............ 6-10 G D .Virginia Brittain ...... 2.1.
I & SV* Of NW'7 10 18. 140 .. .. 4394 R H .Lucile Hodge ......... 48.4J Lot ................... 63.1 63.26 K D Evele White ...... 22.13
I WHETSTONE EST ADDN PB A-1 S V* of Lot 1 Bk 2 ................. 2051 C L Williams .... ..... ......... 1.55 W'/a of SEVi .o NEVi. 10 IS. Lot 3 ........... ........ R D ...... .
63.3 Prevat
.. 20 .. .... .. ... ... .. .... 4404-4 P" Charlotte Weidner ....... 2.7 ... .. I .. 3.2.Lot
NlSftofElOOftOfBk2lesS Lot 10 Bk 3 .... .... ... 2068 Domestic Mortgage Corp ..... ... .... 6-40 B H Janis Hizlrd ....... .
R.W Tax DB 325 pg 125 ..... .. 4 Rose Y Homan ...... ........ 5.43 Lot 3 Bk 12 .............. .. 2099 Ola Jackson Heirs .............. 7.1 Lots 2 34. 10 10. 18. 120 .. .. . 4409 AN Lela Schouten .. ....... HEIGHT PB E-92 3.24
less N ft of W 150 ft .. ... 42 Ethel D Mile.......... ... .. "-04 Lot' Bk 1 .................. 2103 France A Hardee ........... 1. E 105 tt of W 315 ft of S 210 Lot 3 ................. .. O3 G & Edith Pagnozzl ...... 704.42
BI'7 E of 2 lift* t>f NEW Of Lot 5 Bk ................ 2113 J.ck5n S. Sanders .......... ft of NVi In Grt. 10 10, 18 .. .. 4412-3 W T Katherine Brown ... 5.6 Lot .. ...... ... .. J L" Hilda Clark . ....... 415.40
\ NWVi as per DB 299 pg 3 .. i C A Mclntirt .. .......... 35.54 Lf 7 Bk 13 OR 147-193 .......... 2114-1 Jannie Young ......... .. 67.0 E 105 tt of W 420 tt of S 210 Let 4 .... ..... -... 4400-43 J L I Hilda Clark ..._... 26.9
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Lot 8 W R Jones Replat II 14 less Lots 1 2 ............. 2118 C T S Helen Farnsworth .... tt of N'/i In Gr 10 10 18 .. 412J B .Mary Brown 52.6 Lot 8 .... ..... .. .. ... 440048 Cornelius 2. Doris Rain I...... .
.I DB 290 ..1... 477 Mar S Kenard ............. 7.T N'/i of Lot 9 Bk 16 ....... .. 2132 Julia Scott Heirs ... ............ 2.8 E 210 ft Of 840 I Of N'/i N 10 of S 260 tt of E 140 tt
BkV .. ;.:..t..V..43.......... S .Lottie summers Jr ..... Lots 6 7 8 9 Bk 34 ................ 2230 McHenry & Jessie Brown ..... 30.6 In Grant. 10 10 1 1 . .... 412J D & Beatrice Robinson. ..... 3.49 380 f of SEW. LittlewoodEst
WV* of Lot I Bk 37 ..... ..... 2237-2 R G .Reasale Smith .......... 2.8 His Of NEVi. 23 18. 80 . .. 49 H Johnson ... ...... 73.44 Lot 35 9 19 ... 4401-19 J H & JOYc Ken........... 194.41
E FOSTER ADDN A4 Lots 1 2 9 10 E 38 Of N 210 ft of W 210 ft of NWVi of SKYLINE PB
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of E-ly 175 ft of Bk I Lots 3 8 Bk ... ....1...f. .. 2252-1 L R Hodge .. .............. 223.75 NWVi of SW'/ 28 10 18. 1 ... . 4521 J" Martha Richardson ... .. 20.5 Lot 10 .... ..... ....... 6.0.10 HEIGHT &E-9* Sears ......... 45.64
N-ly 75 ft .. ........... T . ..... .. S 210 ft Of E 210 of SWVi Lot 37 .. ...
Lot 5 Bk 42 ... 2252-5 G Hicks . 43.52 f .. ... .... W V Jayne Barkley Sr .. 4.6
14&ofBk6RglSCMooreAddn ... ... ... .. Of SEVi. 28 10 18. . .. 4524-1 C T Hunt ...................52.6 Lot ...... .. .
W of hiway ._... .. ... 419 J C & Vause ..... 421.07 Lots 4 5 Bk 44 . 25C A I Betty Rogers 9.1 ......... .. 3 ... 60-3 Coy & Hele Thas. .. 3. .
N 25 ft Of W 80 Of Lot 8 Bk 15 .. ...6 Abner Rebc.. ................ 62.76 Lots 3 4 5 6 Bk 55 ........ Aber Jones .. .. ............. 1.72 SWI of NWI. 31. 10 18 40 .. 4547 Elizabeth K Duke 2.13 Lot .. ........ Alvaro Euenia ..... 18.6
f NIPPERS A-124 EV* of WV* of SWVi of NEt MADISON PARK PB F-3

Lot 2 Bk 3 Lots part 5 6 as 35 per OR..... Ada 0 Eaiterlin ........... 2S7.90 Lot 1 Bi 2 .. ............ .. 2294 Joseph & Aris Darling ......... 13.55 32 10 IS. 10 .. ............ .. 4554 P Span ..... .............. 29.15 Let 4 ............ ... ... .. UI -' E L I Olive Barren ._..... 193.71
54-578 Lot 5 Bk .li......... 71 6. Capital Builders ............... 204.03 Lots 2 10 Bk 2 ..... ... ...... 2298 Mattie Warmack Heirs ........._ 30.6 S 792 ft Of E 440 tt of NE'/i Lot 21 .......... .... ... 4410-JI Billy Helen' Dyson .... ... 300.13
W ito f Of Bfc .. .... ...-711 B R Jean .. ....... .. 99.11 S 75 f of Lot 1 Bk 3 ............. 2303 Inez Blair . .. ... ....... Of NWVi & N 8 chs of NEVi Lot 32 .... ....... .. 4410-52 A J .Dortha HunnIcut ...... 133.33
W 10 Of Lot..4 ..4. .. .. ..... 112J T I. Marin ..... 47.80 N 25 f of Lot 8 Bk 3......... 2304-1 Bessie Williams . ... .... .. 2.89 of NW'/4. 32 10 18. 24 .. .. .. .. 4544NWVi Thomas Hunt ............ ... 40.44A Lot 7 ........... .. ........ 6107 G L .Anne .......... 137.41
i Lot Bk 8 . ... . ..... .. of NEVi E of Grt, 10 Lot Westvilla PB F.12 S .. .. .
Bk 107 .. .. ....... 843 R C Harris 1X55 Lot Bk 3 .. ... 2307 B Goines F D & Mattie 3 .. D .Dorothy Camber 99.11
f. WV Of ft Lot Of Lot 2 DB 297 .pg 220Davis Herring .. ... ..... ....... ... 13.55 18. 22 ... .... ... ... ... 4598 H Brown Heirs ... ......... 44.24F Lot 9 Westvilla PB F.12 ...... 6411-9 T J Margaret McCarthy Sr .. 13133Lot
N 50 Bk PB A-123 (75 North American Acceptance Corp 52.48 Lot 8 Bk 4 Tax DB 325 129 ... 2313 Rose Y Hoan ............... N 10 chs of E I chs of NWVi Of per OR 190-219, 3 9 19 .... 4431-37 0 L" Elsie Gordon ..... .... 75.6
S-D of p 3.8 Nattiel ......................
11 .. .. . .
.. .. SEVi, 4 11 18 8 4455 7.7
Lot 1 Bk 117 ... .. .. .. .. 912 J P Harris .. .. .... 32.1 .
i CANNON S-D BK 130 PB A44 WALTONS ADDN PB A-82 N 4 2-3 chi of W 12 Chs of MASON MANOR NO 1 PB E-30

......... ...... 939 J R 8. Mildred Greene .... .. 6'.1 Lot 1 Bk 1 ......... .. .. .. 2314 Annie R Stafford ............ 2.89 NWVi of SEVi less N 210 ft Let 19 ..... .... ... .. 4438-19 W F & Betty Osborn ......... 163.2
lots.1 1 ft 2 of.Lot. ..._. ........... .. 945 Home 4 McPherson .......... Lot 2 Bk 1 .. . ... .. . ... 2317 John Jackson ... .... ... 2.89 Of W 210 ft. 4 11 18 7 . .. 4658 Frink" Ethel Natiel .. ... 23.3 Lots 6 7 less W 1 f of Lot 7 Bk
i N 287 1 144 ........ .. 969 Sam Kart ... ............ 103.39 Lot 1 Bk 5 Tax DB 325 137 ... 2342 Rose Y Homan ....... .... 5.03 N 210 tt Of W 210 I Of NWVi 5 University Park PB B-41-75 .. 44424 J W a Grace Fordyce .... 24.45
DB .
Lot Lots 7 45. .. . ..p... ..... .... 972 Carrie Williams ................. 39.24 Lot I Bk 4 .. ....p.. .. .. 2349 Susie Curry ................ 5.0 of SEt 4 1 IS 1 .. . 4658-1 Sam & Lillie Nattiel ........ 63.3
_.. a .. ... '73-1 Janle Watkins .. ......... ..... 47.80 Lot 7 R Bk less N 105 ft of ANNIE.- TPDDArc. DB ruin
"" .. .. .PATTON-ADDN PB A-52 CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN PB A-95 W 105 tt of Lot 8 Lots 1 2 Lot 24 .. ... ... ..... .. .: ::: 4446-24 W Mki;.H L Bass ...... 147.54

II 4 less E 50 ft ...... 985 Margaret Robinso ............ 2.89 Lpt 2 Bk 2 ............... .. .. 2401-2 Paul I Christine Mack ........ 34.94 Bk2Yulee Place.PB Lot 14 Palm Terrace PB C-60- 4447-14 M ....... ......... .0
tit Bk 3 DB 319 7 ... 1008 Rose Y .. .. ............ 2.89 Lot. Bk 3 ............ ........ 2402-9 J W Henders .. .......... 2.89 9 11 18, 5NVi . .A.h.: : .702 Conroy Heirs & Ellsworth .... 3.49 Reserved cot Bk 1 less E 120 f "
Lot 3 1 Bk Bk 1 TM_..... . p. ..... K" Emma Scott ....... ..... 5.03 Lot 7 Bk 5' ............ 2404-7 ...... .. .... 2.89 of Lot I NV* of Lot 2 Hibiscus Park PB B.3 63 H L Alice Lindsey ........... 3.4
r t t .. ...... .. .. .. J034 F" Pauline Jordan ........... 24.27 Lots 4 7 Bk 6 .............. 2405-4 Leatha M Jones ......... .. 41.38 & 17 3 32 PB A-10, .. E 6 f of Lot 12 Hibiscus
Lot 6 Bk 1 VFOSTER ADDN PB A-52 Lots 9 & 10 Bk 6 ..... .. .... .. 2405M H Hicks .. ................... 7.1 IS lot 18. 40 .. 4747 H B & Rachel Standridge Sr 40.44 Parl PB 8-3 . .. 4449-12-1 H A Kelley .. ..... .. ........... 5.63

I ..GIBe. ... 1044 Janle Watkins ............ 2.89 Lot 6 Bk 7 . .. . Lots 4 to 9 Bk L Tax DB 325- Estates PB
Lo 1 Bk 143 the..W ft .of thaI .. SV* of Lot 3 Bi' .10 J D Hodges. 2.0 M H Hicks ................ 2." 131 Archer Hills PB B-42 .. 4777-1 Rose Y HomanJennie .... ......... 3.49 B48 .... 4460-20 Fordyce !> Associates In... 1SO.S

bin the 5 100 of Addn PB ......... 2470-3-1 Abner Jones ........ ... Lots 4 S 6 78k C Archer His ...... Lots .115' 116 Golfvlew"Estates
of f .. 3.49 Cole I .. ........ .
2 f of .th St S of J&SW RR 8th St PB B-42 ... .. .. .... ... 4777-2 34 i PB B-88 .... 4440-115 Helen G Davis ............... f.1

Lets 1 6 Unreorde. .... .. .. 1047-S James Williams Jr ..... .... .'.0 N of C Street J D Hodges Lotsl243BkBTaxDB323. Rose Y Homan ........ ...... Lot 101 Golf Club... ._.Manor_ .._..PB. . ..
E-12 4484-101 .. .
a 7.7 ...
133 Central Addn PB A-132 .. .... ..... Gus .. 219.48Lot
Addn PB .... .. .
N A47 2472 Abner
Lot 6 the W 50 ft of the Jones .................r 4 J" Cora Facen ................. 30.6 Ay.
bin ...... NWVi of SWVi NWVi of .0 Lot Grismore SoD PB D-3 1 Scrafford Plat PB F>24 H J Schroder ..... 40.42
Bi 144 Unreorde F W Washington ..... 10.51 les 1 .8 1 C H Ruth Martin ..... .. 67 .
lO of Lots 4 10474 NWVi of SWVi, 17 30 ... 25251NWVi E H & Joyce Taylor. .. .. .... : Lot McNairs S-D PB A-127 ..... 11 tt of Newberry Hlway as
5D n.2 S tt of N E DB 353 pg 144 2 10 19 6503-5 N H Fleischer ...
425 ft of 210 Kathlyn
of NWVi SWVi less N
Lot 5
SO tt of pr 12.4
N ft of E J7f: : J M Gordon ..... "
5 "_"_-".. .. 1100 Abner Jones ..................... 1.9E5tto' 210 ft of E 220 o I 10 17. 9 . 2525-2 E H .Joyce Taylor ... ...... 12.05 NEVi, 17 11 1$ .. ...... 5045-3 .Mir .. .. 3. 1 Bk B Angle wood ReplatPB _
Bi 11 of"Lot's 1 acre sq In SW cor of SW% W 50 tt of E 149 f Of S 90 D44 ..... ... .... 6211 REa Sophie Fisher .......125Lot

.550f..._.. ...... .. .... 1101 Arizona Williams Heirs .......... 14.15 of SWVi. 8 10 17. 1 ._., .._... 2527 Abner Jones ................... 3.49 f o NEVi of NW of NEVi 3 Oakland Terrace PB
Bi 4 Bk 149 ......... ..:". 1110 Pedro Wilson .. ............ 28.55 Lots 47 4 Bk 2 Grant Park I.W 394 ft Of SV* Of, NEVi of E-42 .. ......... ...... .. -6 W R a Wllleen Henderson .... 223.75
Pinecrest PB i- PB H L Black ... ......... ... of NE'4 NEW of Lot 10 Bk G FI.tde Hgts No
Lot 10 Bk IS SD C:1 3.49 NWVi I .S 420 tt of 1 PB ......... ...... 4534-10 J E Elizabeth Wood ....... 172.42
.. . .. .......... 3.49 E-6. .
A-144 ... .. 1117 S" Barbara Pugh .. NWVi of NWVi. 18 10 17. 40 .... .. 2587 Mack ... .. .
13 Bk 151 Pine- Brown .. ........... 30.6 E Eio tt 17 11 18 11 ... ... ... .. Lizzie Smith .... ...... ... 1445 S 418 tt of E 3414 tt Of Sec 3
Lots 10 11 Lots 15 to 19 Incl Bk 7 50
crest 1 PB 1 ........ .. 1129 Eunice Gassett .. ........... 29.15 Lots 5 6 Bk 9 Tax DB W Of E 245 tt of S 105 less Lot 26 & S 148.7 f of W
A.I4.. ... .. .. .............. 2.89 3 ft '/. of NWVi of NEW, 47.5 f Of Sec 10 I
Let Lot 3 2 Bi 140 140 Tax....Deed. OR. 17-375. 141 Mary Abner R Jones Jones .... ............ 19.89 pg 13 Hal/ Mon 17 PB.A.16.. ._...... 2441SEVi 2682 Rose Elizabeth Y Homan K Duke...... ....... ....... ..0 17 II : .. .. . .. ._. .. ... .... 5045-2 Eugene & Roberta Campbell ... 44.72 ..... _. .....2........ 63 Sammie R Hunter ......... 44.54
.3 .. Lot 10 Seville Hgts 1 OR 95-
1 In
acre NE of NEW of
........... 2.89 cor
...
.Bi 20 143 a per W DB 42ft 198 tt pg of 2 124 1158 E Robinson Estate NY of of NE'/NEVi.of 8 17.. 111.20.. .. .2704-1 2705EV J W & Janie Farnsworth ....... 7.1 SEW, 18 11 18, 1 .. ... ..... .. 5094 J Coudon Vi. ... ...... 14 I, 260 .. ._ .. .. ....... .. 4547-10 J J .Mary MIxs ............ 48.40
I I o 1 J W & Janie Farnsworth ... N Of S 800 n of E" N 14 tt of E 144 tt of SWW ofSE'
ft of 4 Rg 1 DB 317 pg of NW/4. 1 1 17. 80 .. .. 2714 Alachua-Volusia Investment Co. tt 10 f part of NEW of 10 of 3 10 1* . 4558-1 Sam & Anna Graham ... ...
............. 3.6 NW1. 1.0
Moore Addn PB Rose Y Homan N'/
310 S C of NE'
: of
4.0 River.
A1711 Of . Hazel G Penny ... .... 10 OR 4 10
3 W hiwdy, 20 11 18 5105-3 .. ... 7.4 per
Eli Tax of NW DB',.319 of Lot 5 2 S 81 MooreAddn N 18. 62 ..... .. .. .. 2737 Taylor Simmons .......... ... 74.20 N 20 tt Of S 700 tt of E 150 1*.acre .. .. .....17441.. .. 4455-4 J W Dunwody Jr ......... 99.71
1 pg 210 yds of E 140 10 7
yds.
. . . ................ 1.37 tt that part of NEW of NEVi W 14 chs of E 27.125 of Let
PB A-4 1180 Rose Y Homan 18. i ... ....... ......._.. 2825 Ruby Blanton .............. 54.82 W of Rd. 20 11 18 .. ... .. . ... 5105-5 Queen E Penny. .............. 6.2 2 PB A-10 9 10 1. cs 1 .. ... .. 4475WW J A Si Ernestine Taylor Sr .... 5U4
EYl Of SWVi Of NWVi, 14 7 1$. 20 .. 2854 A Jackson ...................... 13.55 N 64flof E 216ftof NV of5EV. of Lot 7 less R-W 8.
34-17 DE WHETSTONE ADDN PB A-44V* Lot Bk 7 High Springs Manor 5 t
1 less R-W for E-W Road

BkS 39 54 1310 Margie P Trowell .............. 2.1 P8 B-7 . . . . . .. 2924 N A Gilbert ...................... 3.4 11 1 of.SWW.. ... .of...NWW. .. ._.. .21. 5137-1 Hazel G Penny ........ ........ ..0 PB A-10 9 10 19. accs. 4478 Charles Clifton Jr ........... 57.34S2lOftofE24OftofWW .
373 L W Thomas .......... SV* of NE' N of old hiway less S 50 of W 120 ft of Lot 3Winecoff
Lot Lot 3 Bi 47 .... 13. Abner.Jos Myrl......_............. ..3. W NE 10 f W 2-3 Of SV* of Plat DB 87-4- ...... 5141 R L .Margaret Williams ..... 44.12 of SEW of SEW. 10 10 19. 1 4487-3 Mid State Homes In............ '.6
Ik 4 bte old 2. hi- S 2.1 f Lot I as OR
Bk Tax DB M o pr
WV of 3
5 Rose Y Homan .. .. ........... 3,49 ways f of new hiway '7-55 SWet S-D Lo DI
319 pg 13 ..&. 134 1332 8 Riley 8. Minis Sheffield .... DB 358-349 also SEI S Of RR WILLIAM SAMS S-D PB A.I2 237. 1 1*. .. .. .. .. 4700 Elsie Wiiam. Heirs ...... .. 40.44
Lot 2 Bk 59 .. 2'.2
less W 428 tt. 7 8 18, ...... 3035 J A N S 315 ft E 210
Alta Cain ... ... ....... 47.90 f
Lot 4 Bit A Futch-Clayton Add ......... W 100 tt of SI of NE 6 5 V* of Lot 9 less R-W DB of X 11 10 1* o. .. f. 4709-2 E Mills ........ ... 12.05
PB A-124 ,.. 3369 F Cole.n ... .. 5'.0 I teen new old htways.b 350-124 ... ... .... .. ...... 5143 Mabel R Handy Heirs ....... 22-73 S 15 chs of N chs of E '.3 Mar

Com at SW cor of setl house ..-. ....... ...h.... 3035-3 J A t Alta Cain .............. Lot 14 .... ........... .. 5168 V Bro Jr .... ........... .. *." ens of Lot 3, II 10 19,
tot S of LJ.R 30 deg 1 Lot 31 Santa Fe Hills PB E-73 .. 3043-31 W R S. Mary Seville ...... 1.6 W 12 f Of Lt 2 22 1 1.2.. ._. 5171 J Pierce .......... 2.5 9.45 ..... .._....... .._. . ... 6712 Isabella Campbell Heirs a Rebecca
W 744 ft to B Brown N line Lots 23 Bk 7 DB 27.4 3 1 Grt S 7 chs of N 57 chs of Lot 3 Langhorn .. ..... .. 25.47
E 554 ft N 30V* deg E 194 ftN30deaE272ftN40degW Alachua Relt Co Addn 2 22 11 IS, .. ... .... .... 5181 Frances Dubois & Doris Grim .. 86.89 less N 210 tt of W 210 tt.

A.10 10 ....... ....... 3071 Helen Rosa L Smith .. ..... 42.58 SW 1 acre sq of Lot 1* In Grant. 11 10 19. 6 .. .. 4712-1 Isabelie Campbell Heirs S. Rebecca -
480 ft to beg les lots to York N '.. of 1 S of Alachua 22 11 18. 1 _...._.... .._ 5183-1 C S .Gladys Loworn ... .... 63 N 210 f S .1980 f W 210 f Langhorn . ... .. 59.68
Beard a Williams a Lacrosse Rd less lot DB 344-332 Lots 11 12 13 Bk 7 Archer Hgts o o.. .... ... 4712-2 Andy Washington ...
a
LES 3 Stroble S-D & & less lot OR 15-124 I les Lot No. 2 PB C-3 .. ......_.... 5205 A E Barbee ...... ....... 3.49 5 o 15 Lo f 3.1111.1 o 3 I of E 2 f Joupl 11.4
315 Of N-ly 440 tt, OR 84 Lot 4 BK 8 Archer No. 2
tes 8.
t OR 7.
W-I ... .. 1379 Abner Jones .... ........ 12.57. ,I 85 t p les r Lot as per OR PB C.3. .Hgs. .... 5204 A Miller .......... ........... 3.49. o ...2. ..I...o...L... .. ..1...1. 4743-2 Carl Rose ........ ......
Com at Interseti of Lbr less Lot as per OR N 1.24 chs o NEW of NEW Corn 420 ft N of SW cor Lot 4 10.5
St & run 6" "1-12 tess Lot as per OR less RR-W 3 11 18 1. .. 5241 J H Weatherspoon ............ ".12 N 210 f E 210 ft S 210 f W 210
deg E 750 f S 27V deg I Lot OR SE 1 acre sq that Lot ft as DB 10

3 f to S 27V deg W 460 1 8 II.9.7 s. . 133." 3129 3 N of Rly o OR 13. 19. 1 pr. ... 44.. .. ..1... 4752 S" Fannie Knight ..... .. j..n
62V* dp E 215 f N 27Y f hiway per OR Charlie I Mable Frailer .... .. 31.2 34 1 1. 1 .pr..... .. 5270-3 W J Si Ethel Robinson ...... 51.14 as per DB 370-254, 1 10 ..
a Lo
deg E H 62V d 1514 1 8 18 .. .. 31293 W along RR-W of E 4 7 .. . .. .. .. 47S7-3 J A .Barbara Bare. .....
1. .
CO" ...
215 ft to POB & less lit Lincoln Gardens Frankie Whitfield ......44.12 ft along RR-W of S 210 tt 13.7
PB
John & Sara Roberts .......... 1 1
ftofWloft.3$17 1379-1 1.65Lot . that part Lot 3 N RR.W. at NW Napier Grt N 84
a per OR 12.2 3 I 1 ... 17B A Edwards C Jenkins.. ....................... 521Lot Lot 97 'lnln' Gardei 'PB 3131.1 President a Edith Myers ....... 7.77. 34 11 18, o..__......o.. .... 520 Leroy a Rosa Robinson Jr .... 5.1 Co 15 mm cr 54 ft ta POBN33de
OR 3 I .. .. 6.62Lot
per 1 17 Lea E-40 .. W 498.3 E 1980 tt S 30minW34lttN
a Hall ............... f o o
I .... Jnle 611 3131-t Joseph & Hefts Harris ... 3544
as OR 128-94. 3
per 135 a Com 280 ft N of -svi' car of ... 549.78 tt NV* NW. 3 deg E I S 1
Com 5 ft E of NE corofBkl EV* NW NE on paved rd 11 18. 4.29 .... o"_'n_.._"__' 5290-4 James Robns ............ 49.00 5 4 ml ml .3 S
Rg Moore Addn run E 1 161 o f to That p.r S of River, 30 6 1*. 2V* .. 5293 Abner Jo .................. 5.0 d 3 1 ml W I to POB
o grad d
ft w 80 n N lit EV* r NWW NWW S W River SW of this

3 ,5 1VO. .. .. .. 1379-7 John a Sara Roberts .......... 444 tt li o& o R-W. 12 I 3 7 o, 6 _...... ....o.._.. ._. 5301S338 Abner Jones ..................... 141 tract N 33 deg 30 min W 13.25 .
Cam at SW co of see house Jot 18, 8.5 3182 SEI of NEVi less R Of W, ttIoPOBN33degtOmin -
S of ACL RI run SE 480 ft That.part of NV* of G.&r- 3 Thomas & Edna McCray ...... 22.99 $719.33 .-. ............-. ... LRMott ... ............ 2049 W 115.15 f N 43 deg 55 minE C
par with to NE c o N W of SAL SEW less RR-W. S 7 t S Ildea34issbs E "

Stroble lot SW o I E Graded road. 13 8 18 ."a I EY'o .._._..._........ ...... Tlmo M Pre ............. 16 115 29 f 6 37 '
line 345 n to 1 t Th48partofW4ofN4 & 31H Abner Jones ... ....... ".O SWv NW W of 9 7 2074 to d 10 1r.wiii: L H .EloIs .:. .r.t.

NW 135 n NE 87 n tat part o SEVi of 1. 3 o .__u... _..--Rod. ...... 5 L R Moff ...... ............ 2.1 PI W.1 .. 11.1
n t beg also com at SW c SAL NW 4 W.fSRD23, ROBBINSWOOD PB E49 -

of Yo Beard lot run S 3 new t less ACL 5".7 r. 30.3 .. 3334 Telml M Preston ... ...... 9344SEI4I .
leg ft S 40 deg E 1J2 R-W. 13 I 18. ..o. 314-1 less E' Lot 3 Bk B ........ 4797-34 **bble ..
T.rr' ..
N3OdeQE63ftN6adegw N 210 ft of W 12' ft of Abner Jones .. ............ 5.2 of S '.7 19. 14W a .. 52 J Wls Heir ............. 163.14 SWVi of 5E :C.;NWW, ,r.i W .... 5Z'Bt

Strobies 132 ft Quarter being, Lots 3 8 17 4 S .*.. 1380 V S Sims ........... .... .. 31 N of 150 SEv 14 W I 129.4 .of. "EY' 3210-2 J M fc Christine Thomas ........9.1 3 SEt acres .I per SE cor 00 of 42 NEt O. Com 19. 1J53 10 ft W' 1 420' ft" f"N'E" 479* J Alexander Her ... ...... n41-
f ,
Cam S 27 deg w 94V* n from NWVi, o I 18 f NEo. 3215 23 7 19. 3 P .. E Mcinis & T SmIth L G car SEW S W .
Ollie M ..... 5 o r 6
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cor of Bk 27 D EWhettone Ki. Howard .
SW Trustees
E 14SJ tt Of W tt 2Dl S of E yds along Ro $ S E
o'N L.o
14 14 NW 3
( Add run S 27V* d.g W4SWftE123ftN27YoxgE 150 I o NEVi 4 NW S1.ys 26 7 ..o 51 Collies Porter ......... 452 tt N t FOB, 14 t 1*,

I 18 o Thomas & Theresa Meek ......... 5' o NE' less R-W 4.14 6 J E .Mine Cameron ...
*
3151 "
W 125 tt ?
to beg N 210 ft E 211 tt 62 a Less N ft w 300 ft. Com at NW far of property as 2US
S617ft. ......... 5.89
: ...... 1391 Gladys T Wright .. o NWVi o NWVi DB o NW 27 7 19. 2 O.._" _. 55 R H a Barbara Turner Jr ..... 21' per OR 143-11 thence run S ..

Com at Intersection of N line of I 18 o.. .........32. .. 3225 Mayola Brown .... ..... Tat part o W SW'! tying 39min6secE110234ft332 ..
SEW S line REa '
SEVi of wi ofMagnolia 31 W 0 r 1 h I n g. deg 39 mm 4 sec W 299.1 ft ?.
St .X run S 2 COLLEGE HEIGHTS PB B47 ton o Re. Gainesvllle N49deglmin 54 sec E
W 210 I 6 deg E $ Rd&NofSALRRDBI6O416. 394J ft N 0 deg 59 min 6 sacWflhi4ftSldegs9mki$4

d SegWJIOfttobeg.3817 27 E ft N 42* $ Eff1.NW.b$109HeI ........ 121 L 1 Bk A .................... 3233-11 Walter Essie Mitchell ......... 39.24 Mildred Harris .. ,.... 9744 .
.. N min
a 21 7 39. 12 ... .. .. J a sec 049.8 tt S 6secWt3S4lflthencarui
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Lot 11 JouttuW* T rr L 3 3 Bi Will* LeeInvestments .._. 24U1 S _
100 N A S tt E
s Homes 71.T2 .................... f 3 .
Modern 3235-14 b
758 ........ '' Ctri C L o Manatee C W HEY. as 5 $mm 54 sec t FOB,

Lots E-75-75B 142 13....Southsldo.. ......Terr.... 10.,6 Ray a Mary Spend* ... ........ ,6 W LOtS67BkD 110 of Lets....18...If..20.. .. 3234-S Roland Inc : Barbara.King.Jr;:::.:: 42.66 30.49 to DB Bethea I pg A 444 Brown lees, part 27 1 19 leased..._.. J lCo Gfr j In.......... SJI3S.1S JO d:, 11.19 ef SEW.......ef...NEW..... 6' R 8 Sarah lr I ....
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f 2 Corn at SW of 10 19 IV* ..._ ..... 4S15 J Welch Et I 10.
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Bk G ..... ...... .. Mi A. .... .
3239-18 B .......... .. S.43 .
A D* L S Bk H.................... 3240-5 .A J.. .. ...... .. Church l on sac t N21lftefS834ftefE42ltt
Lots DB .... G"
558 as per as 5 DB $ WELLS Abr Jo 28 s li ts J H Wrights I IE.' .SWW 1 II 19, 3 ... 6 Tiny Webb ............ .... ..

less less l 201- p I**U- Lots K 13 1 Bk 1 .............. 3244 C.7 Welch Heirs ...........' lot W pb NW road car S to Church Churds '- ARREDONDA PARK B41 .
Lots 3 4 .,......... 3280 .3 o P
B .. .
less OB 213-493 a : ... Campbell 32. 1
11- a less DB L 9 Bk 3 .. ................ AI Rneta Wiliingham .... ..... 2.89 lot S to beg DB 1. p .1. J W Mildred 2 Bk .....
31 27 7 19 Harris ......... II.n .. .... 6161-3
270-148, 3 277 .a .. 1414 Lweta Cannon .......... .. 16 Lt It Bk 3 ..................... Rheta Wilia ......... 39.24 NEt 2 acres in 5 a ,l 4 Bit A V..._.::: ::::. SSR1.? Gray ............... ..
17 Bk 3 ...... ... Sw l 661. Jaqss
Com 40 ft S of NE cor o Stro- Lt .. .. 3284 M H Hik .......... 2.89 o less R-W Nside. 2 .__. Anna P LI ... .. ta,
hiss Quarter run W f S73ftEl32ftN7Sft.35 (Lots I 18 21 39 41 LEROY ADDN PB .c 7 19. 37 f o 55 R H L Barbara Turner Jr ...... 612 'N-V!. I e? N0EwWe, Rd 61- b. '.. .. = 5.1

17 1421 J Jones ............ .... 4.6 6 42 6 I 44 6 6 47 .-4...4. 316 Church of God by Faith .__ .. SEt 25( 7olE' lesS 2 f RR.W J W Mildred .. .... lessN296.4ftofHE. ',3115.. .
SW 1 acre so. SWVi, 1 .... .............. 31618 Surety Mortgage Investment Co. 2.1S of 5 a Harr. 247 [S 1 ft Ers toetfieu ........... .. 51
of
N
o NW o Lot .............. ...... 3.1 Bk 4 fiS 313.2 of NEIL
6 8 17. 1240ttefW480ftefSl40ft. 1453-2 Construction Co 7U' 1 361 H H Heflin .. ..... Tat INr 0 2.6 f ...
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21
Mom Hoes Lot ........ ....... .. 8et 5.2 "D" .... *
.. Betty *
Prince aAdantfoft *
.. 31612 .'. .. .... }I'B7.n.v ... J W Mildred Harris c V .
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Lot 14 .... ............. 4.52 W .0 L Arre.jon.ja estates
Of NWVi 17. 5 1453-18 Nellie a Bartlett .............. .. 3161 Church of Faith ... .0
53 Go B 14 La- ... .. 687H H .......
Lots .......... b E- ...
100 ft of SWW Of 2 2 .. .. Abner .. ... ... .Betty 12.6
31626 .. Harris
oE5r1f6. Jos Sr.. 21 . .. a Mldrt ........ WMofof9ArreEstates Bral"
NEW. 7 ...... 1470-1 Mid-State Homes Inc .. .... 10..7 Lot ..................... 316 Nolan Rebecca Robinson ...... 5Q 1 ORIG 57 LACROSSE 542U7' PB H C ... ...
1484-1J W J Pauls. .......... .0 mEpU 6 a Doris Terrel' w
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Nr'gli 10l Let 244 144-18 DOWNING ADDN PB CLts BkHleuaoftofSslde .n. 55 JW&MlldrsdHarrls ........ '
7I. .. ....Sii 1489-244 Duke Wives ......... :n. 1 2 Bk 4 .... ......... 3347 Anni. B Campbell N3OftofEl.3ofkB '."...'. 51 RH&BarberaTurnsrJr ....... 213t 9.1 chs 12 E chs W 12V d S 1
Lo Bk .McCal a 9 Bk Addn PB ................ JC NEt. less RR-W A teU F 633 UV* d. b. 21

Ht-N3 1 Fl 5 Tlmllr.. .. U MUdredlBeehl.r .. ....... 2.. i Lt E.5 ..J.Wole................. 34414 B R Hunter ......... .... 4540 lis of IE\N 20 tt N o 5E'4 a 7 0 1 NEIL Il .11 JW&Mlldrsdllarrjs ..... 16L I. 1 .. ..... (.c.ito,4"wr Pale J .HelM 1) '>"tt ........... 1..



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: (Continued from Page 14)) DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT

DESCRIPTION ORMAN LEIGH PB E-49 DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT
CODE NAME ES LotslolilZl3awsI
AMOUNT All IMS lots sold 9004 4 Louise Annie .... ... of ... ..f
14 Bk .
11474 W E 4 .
3.6 .
L 1 Lo. 185JSNW Let 1 & SW oIElOftofLot3
Doter
Let H PW OR 140-330 4 per OR Lot 8 .0 He. Peggy Baker .......... .

t. 141-585 21 10 19 .._.m. . 6904-4 W B 4 Ruby Richardson .. .......' 67." Lot IB .' McKinney 120J1 o Lot 7 Bk 14 ........... 11493 J C & Edna Williams ........ 1,4.23 A-115 Bk 2 Washington. . Hgts ..PB .
tp.r OR 141-150 21 10 19 oO1Simon 4 Ellenor Richardson .... 9.1I Lot 17 .,. 9004-17 O O 4 Louise Annis 231.70 ... -.. 14965 Ruby H Killinger .... ... 27.11
Tract. at per DB 148-225 less lot Lot 1 9004-18 0 0 Louise Annis 174.10 SW of Lot 7 Bk 1 .__..... .. 11493-1 J C 4 Edna Wilam. ....... 4490 S 220 Less ft of S 10 W ft 11 ft Of Lot
per DB 245-177 4 less lot N 120 W of Bk 14 ...... 3 Cit Spencer
as ft of USDS Lottie Lewis .. ......... 43.52
Lper DB 255-200. 22 10 19, 29 ..... tOt T J & Helen Davis ............. 245.73. Lot Lot 2 92 0 0 .Louise Annis ........... 321.51 Lot 4 Bk 21 6. ...........;...... 113 A C Duval .. ................ 1575 W RePat.'of OB Lot J-4 3 4 .Lot..4.Bk...F.. 1517S P W 4 Page Peck Jr ...... 3f

Let 1O II it'per DB ;310 pg 145 22 4948 Oscar 4 Ollie Davis ............. 21.01 Let 32 5 l.s'W........2...f........... 93 95 0 0 0 0 .. Louise Louise Amis Annis .. 3.62. i Lot Lot 2 14 Bk 17 24 18 '19--"Bi' '25--ss N- W M 4 Helen Hunt .......... 1..5I E-West S ft ld of PB Lot A-47-4 .._.. ... 13234 H L Carter ................ 2.1

2r"a"s'"per"DB"3272SO"Rlcelands : iI ft of Lot 14 Mania R C 2- '
I Raines ... .... 232JO
115 4 5 Bk 3 '
PB D-74 .. .. ....... .. 43 W C 1 Lucille Cushman ......... 35.54 5 4 7 8 4 E 1 ft of Lot ( :
PB CoN .. FDa. Mlgnon Upehwrch Jr 444.74
Com 2463.42 ft W 8. 24 chs S of Lot 5 '05 D W 4 Sharon Prl.. 231.7 9 4 E 10 tt of Lots .. 15257 .

NEcorW10.3sN6ths Lot 9 M.r E Kil ....... 2774 18 19 Bk 24 ....1....... .. 11560 C T Evelyn ...... '
E 10.03 S 4 Chs. 27 10 1'. 4 ... 4974 Reuben Mints ................... 5X28 Lot'48 9004-48 4 M.rl Green* Lots 5 10 Bk 31 .... ... ... 11554 Loyd" Mary Nebr............ 11.1 *
Com 1' ch E 4 12 chs S of NE Lot 5 Bk B Walter Baynard Lot Bk .. .. .......... 11414 Ros Homan ..... ....... 213 Lots 1 2 & part of Lot 8 as per
., cor of Lot 1 Barden Plat DB S-D 1 PB E-4 015-5 H W 4 Erma Cobb ........... 12.5 Lot 1 Bk 42 3. .. ........ .... 11645 WEHut ... ._................ 5.0. DB 306-34 Murrey Hill Court
1-57 E 296 ft S 396 ft W 294 ft FLORIDA PARK NO 4 PB D5 Lots 43 .. ... 11454-5 C ... D-16 ... . 15432
N 394 ft to POB. 27 10 10. That 5 part 4 7 of Bk Brooklyn. Ave. .S. J .Mildred Bush ... .... 84.29 ME car 'of run R D 4 Martha Minerd ......... 228.42

2.7 ."if..... .............. 4981 Nancy DeBosc & B McCray .... E 111.87 ft of W 333.41 ft of BkSLtractNofsame&Sof S line of South Third St o B:8 E line 2573.3 Si d*
E 3.2 .
12 chs Lot "l3 l.nk Survey of W Lire of Bk 47 W tt mi W 355 ft to list pt run
In Sec 28 DB 2 10 1'. N line SRD Drainage of Lot 1 4 Lot 2 47 DB 5. N
12 "...*'..'*"..'....".'".. .. 7020 George Fair ..................... ; met .o. 9138-3 S. 0 4 Mary Reichert 362 . . . . 11470 Elks Lodge deg. 55 min E 524 ft 47 85
$E.IY2.3ChOILOt3B. i 23 Lot 4 4 Ir of Lot 7 Bk C 40.5 6 Univ.rsit..Cit................_. 127.1 : min E 429 ft to beg as
Survey In Sec DB 1-57 28 as per Snow S-D Clinch Grt
2 915 NW of Lot 1 Bk A Lakeway 17.16 PeN
Part 10 19, *.1 ,' ... .? oas Joseph Duncan .................. 14.7 Unit I PB t4 -1 HI.. Carlie Laskey......... 134.53 Groves PB C.1 .. . 11705 Llllie B White ................. 44.24 P .".' 15478 T '
348 of Smimers Lots I as p )B"n" GLENNWOOD PB B-27 S 42 tt Of Lots 3 4 N 18 ft of Lot 18 L t1* I SW' J .Helen D.vl ........ 38U1

11) S .. Lot 7 Bk 3 .................. ... 9253-7 W S Martha Wilson .. of E 25W tt & Nil of Lot 20 Livingston
RR N Of a line 4.6 30'Botc1L I ... .. .
Lot 4 Bk i .. L E Lois Jones tt of Lot k W C-70 15520
from to SW cor of See 28 f5 1.1 PB C-14 11717 W P 4 Shirley Gibson ........... 92.34 L:8. 3 Dorothy L King .........,. 111Lo8a

E1* 1. S "m.R..w.. 7048 Ed Kelley ........................ .' E 20 tt of Lots 7-8 Bk F Grovs 2 Bk 6 Waits S-D PB A-143 11800 Susie White ................... 11.45 ; niverlt"G., 15569-4 Mary A Roth .
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4 SVt.Ni.,4wt R-W 4 Pi Park PB 1-" 9333-1 AD" Janet Pagan ,." Lot 4 Bk 9 Waits S-D PB 1.14 11805 Nina Edwards ................. 11.45 per D2553' & t.s ....... 3Ut

J Lots SWV4 of NE. 31 10 19. 140 .. 7 C S 4 Ruby Rose. Sr ............ 28.2 PB C-2 5 4 Bk.C Ingleslde 9354-7 J L Ruby Sanders ........ GOODMANS ADDN PB A-2111 lot com :t'A 20;k' S 5.. 15477 PWAJoyeDuke .............10.0
1 12 Bk G .
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S 3 Lot 32 Spring No 2 123 Lot 7 Bk C.. .... .. ..... 11840 V ...... ....... .. 13.55 deg W 210 n from SW cor,
WW Community of NWW P.r NEW 31 10 less E 7 A K le.t ........,............. 5.6 PB C-92 .P.r 441-1 A" Felicia Druash Lots 8 23 Bk C .. .. ... ... 11841 V Barber .. ..... ....... 94.84 Duncan Nelson Lot run S 36degE2IOftSSldegW2i0ff
144 yds N of 4 J" BAILEY ESTATE DB K-203 2.13 Lots 19 20 21 2 24 2 26 Bk C 11851 Melvin Edelphia Barber .. 240.25

ft RR-W. 31 10 hlway 19. 14 .less. ..120..... 7087 C S 4 Ruby Rose Sr ............. N 152 ft of E 9.1 f of Lots 1 1 0 ... 116) M.lvin" Edetphia Barber ... 10 N 34 d* W 210 ft N 5 d*
N-484 E 210 8, . .
ROBERTSON ADD DB 10. 20
:.0 _........ .. .. 15481
WV Lot 9 ....... .. 9440 W R 4 Carter .
of DIG -
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32 10 19. M .. .. .. .. Ole Gainesville
NW' J H 4 Hudson .. ,2.6 !
Development
. ... Lot 08 31.53
NEw of SEVi 4 EM of NWVi 7. Vlrinil S 60 f. of W 55 tt of Lot It 4 Lot 3 Bk 1 Rg 1 .. 11872 S W Lena Wilson .. 1.2 as per 272-291 Lot as Co .

Of 3E. 32 10 10. 50 ... .... 7099-1 JC Taylor .......... ........ 54.9 S ft of Lot 12 less R-W S 100 ft of Lots 3 4 Thomas per DB 348-124 8, 10 . 15482 P W 4 Joyce Duke ... .
...
.. 11U
300.73S
Com 51 chs E of NW run E Jenkins S-D of NW of Lo 11 .. 9453 W A Ruby Barnes 100.31 i S-D Bk 4 Rg 2 PB A-85 .. .. 11975 Byron Reber Jr .. .. SW of SEVi of a ; Missouri .
9.42 Chs S 5.31 chi co.4 chs S 100 ft of N 550 of 200 50 ft of Lots 27 2 Thl Lot as per DB "- less Lot -
I
N 5.31 chs as per DB ft of Lot 1 Bk 12 "7 P M Heckard Sr. 4.40 I S-D Bk 4 Rg 2 PB 1.5 11991 W H Eleanor Robins Jr 10.9 75 ft Sq In SE cor to Julia
I;? also 1 DB 13 213.2 tt of S 418.2 ft of : W H WAITS S-D PB A1533lPeBV 8. 10. 20 - 15482-1 J H .
per Campbell ......
33 10 .cr I.. 7-42..... ... 7113 Emma Washington ............. 39.50 Lot 1 Bk 12 9480 W G & Helen Busch 305.00 SW acfsoaN sold by Colclough l .... 1.1
M Iftt ;ts' d.M.: Gardens S 140 ft of N 444 tt of Lot 16WofRRLessW13OttotS B ..... .. 12051 Ezekiel 4 Willie Hedge ...... 124.78 to Sophie Hilton of Warre

; OR 52.10 .. ...._.. .... 7134 Malore G.rdes In... ..... 1051.3 : 21' Bk B .... .... . 12053 Jenny Hurd Estate ......... 1.7 Parcels Missouri 1 Lot in 14 15482-2 P w 4 Joyce Duke ............. 14.75
Site IS OR S ft 9787 W W 4 Dorothy Browning .... 4.t 2 Bk D Being 137 E 4 W 2 as iJB 258-8041

104 ..........Gard. ....... .5.. 7134-11 J R Craw ................... Lt 1 Goodman S-D o S line 169.3 f f o RR 12069 Rosa L Thomas ............. 5.1 less parcel to In OR
MACKEY 4 HUDSON TRACT DB J-904 6S A-87 9792-1 J L Nina H.I 74.0 ROPER ADD DB J5S0Lot 127-553 Also 2 fro

WW of Lot 21. 20 . .. .. lift A E 4 Miriam Greenfield ....... 214.5 R Lots 1 2 of S'. of 13 Bk 3 Rg 1 less N 140 of ACL as per OR 127-552 .. 10,
EW of Lot 21. 20 ... .. Bk lt10\ 19 "" -1 LA" Arlene Whiting 27.01S f .... 20 - .-- -" 15685
acres 7149-2 Armenia Cassell ....... ..... 39.2 E 60 less S 70 of E ft 12084 Abner Jones .... .. 50.54 -' 0 0 & Louise ..
10 ..
S 50 N 290 ft f. f Lot as per OR 8, Anis 49.71
148.5 ft of N 8 chs of Lot 26 E Of E 100 1 12091 L.vl" Lucille Washington ...... 11.124'
of hlway. 3.' acres 7158 R D Martha Minerd .......... tt of Lot 19 .................. 9859 R L Sarah Ector ............ 13.1 N % (1 15 Bk Rg 7.1 20 . . 15484-1
Bk 5 P W
Lot 4
431 S 100 ft of E 50 of Com at 'M' CL'&M Joyce Duke .,..........
I .3. SW of i .
S 145 ft of N 825 ftif Lot2SE HILLS ADDN PB A.7 Rg j . .. 12104 Dorinda Henry Et Al ...... 1.3 1.6
of hiw.! .. .. ... .. . 7159 J H Eula Steadnam ......... 242.2 NW of Lot. Bk 4 Rg 3 ..... 12169 Susie B Clark .............. 12.7 St run S o Main st 224 ft
S 152 It of N 473 n Lot 26 W 140 ft of Lot 27 .... _......... 9905 J B i Alene Rivers .... ... 49.9 NIOOftofElOOttOfLOtIBk2Rg W-ly o 40 I St 340 ft to POBS

E of hiway .. ..... .o...... 7159-1 R D 4 Martha Minerd ....... 257.9 Lot 3 N of E Boulevard 4 . 12183-2 K L 4 Gloria Broyles .. .... 391.52MCDOWALLS o lOftSt lI3ftW-IyonIO
- - ft St 104
Lot shown as not N-Iy 40 St
ADD PB I o I
plat Sneppard Icu o 7188 4 ... Less E 31 A K Stringfellow Trustee 1101'Lot .. 134 E-ly 40 ft St 130 to
r Est.te Claude M.r Sheppard .. 126 f 9910 540.2 Highlands PB A-13S 12324 Agnes Dembk ..... ... 210.31S f o f
That part of S Lot 17 8 POB less E-ly 50 OR -
20 Of Lot 4 4 N 40 ft Of Lot 5 I 3113
4 N 4.29 chs of 5 9.29 chs 8. 10. 20 . . 15684-4
W 9.6 chi of Lot 17 as o Bk A W R Thomas Addn Com at NW' 'of' t'd s 'inDO Monson 4 Walden ........... 107J.

,, 224-441 Serenola DB L. Lot 8 4 3 tt 'dl| on E side 294-248 &' In DB 305-180
71 acre. .. ..... .. 71 J-1 D L 4 Laura Tucker N tt S 430 of E 200 run NW on RR 189.2 ft SE
40. .. 31 r par
1.5 PB A-42 .. . .. ... . .. 12378 H W 4 Thelma Fulwood ....
10.1
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South 240 tt of NW less to 40 St 180
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; 2 Idylwlld OR 54-292 7214-24 H H .Betric Smith .. .. 3.3 com Lot Bk F Pines f I par to
Lot Chachala Park PB E-34 721743t J D Pucket .................... 3. at NW cor E 5 ft SW-ly 7.07 No 10 PB D-2 Highland.. . 12432 W W 4 Clemmie Friedman .... 40 ft 128 ft W-ly 150 H to
.bnded E by Lot 54 W by ft N 5 tt to POB for R.W 1 .. HARRIS LAND RPT DB 254-241 2.6 POB 8. 10. 20 .. .... ... 154845Grt P W 4 Joyce Duke 17.15

Lot Pattern 55 N 4 S Coleman Iin per DB 314-454 32. 9. 20 ... 9949 W F Fordham Estate .... 238.37 I Lot 9. Bk A_ ...... ...... 12503 Mary _Dunbar_ ............... 34.94 per Gov Plat ... 15702-2 G D Ferber .. .. .::::::::::: 0
Sur of Walls E2OftofW170flofSlSO I . . . .............. ... .iiji ". ... .
L Clinch Grt .. ............ 7237 J Haile H.ir .................... 1.1 ft of N 2" of SWU of Lot 50 10 ft Bk of E B 150 ft of S ft of mi4 M a st@la amsW Lots 1 2 3 4 Bk 4 & Lots

NEVi 32. 2 10001 Mary Gillespie .................. 1.3 Lot DB 285-74 12 Land 5 4 Bk 5 Bland ing Resurvey

10 tt. X 16.1 per ORComiSS'iiftE PB 1 A-74 .. 12514-1 J A 4 Lady Turner ........... f.7 PB A.10; . . 157J3 The Dinsmore Company ".10

Lot 4 Bk C Idylwild PB D-f .. 7250-8 L E Margaret Coleman ...... 124.7$ ef V.W .cer "' 10022-S W L.. M.r Usser ............ 3.4 I Lot NW of 2 Evans Lot 12 4 Addn lot PB King A-72 Addn.. :. .12621 Ida T Evans .... ......... 15.7 Lots 10 1 1 A-102 Bk I Standing.ReSurvey -15727-10 J W Harrell JOJ9

NAPIER GRT DB 1-591 W Main 80ar Sts run PB A-58 .. . .1. .. ... .. 12637 Horne ....... Lot 2 Republic Heights PB E-4- 15728-2 Henry Williams .. ........ 12051
Lot per OR 170-574 .. ... .. .. 7275-1 Napier Civic League Inc ..... 30.49 Com 438 ft of of Mich PAGE 12 Allie w ... .. .7 GOSS 1ST ADD PB 1.3 .
S 12.1 chs of Lot 11 2 acres .. 7297 C L 4 Virginia Dennison ....... igan 4 Virginia Ayes run Lot 15 Bk A Less R-W Cecil I E 80 ft of N 80 I of Lot 1 Bk

I Lts A 2 30.Drayton 18 acres .. ..Lot...1.. 7299 E.. Daisy Ward .... ........ 180.9 1.5$ nM Soft 32. E,.210 2 I. .N. .5 f W 210 10052 L M Cooeland 23.9 Heights PB D.J ....... 12662 Ruth starke ...... ....... 1.D5 NW 5 of Rg Lot 1 2.Bk 1 Rg 1 .15744-1 15738 A E.A. &Camilla Lois Ben Bailey.. 43.52 27.01

ThofIot3IessN2IOftofW 325 tt of Int.rSKtio E 50ft of Lot 3 Bk 5 Rg 1 15745-1 Earl Howard 17.84
210 ft Drayton 50 Lot 14 PB of W line of N WVi of Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg 1 15744Eft Earl Howard .

A30. 4 acres ..._. .. ...... 7310 W" Harriet Richardson ..... 40.44 line of Hlmpto Ave run N Com 177 tt S 4 175 ft W of NW of Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg 1 less S 3.1
I N2lOttofW2lOftofS of 13 ft 11 N 42 tt W cor of Lot 12 Bk 41 New 5 ft of E 55 n of NEVi of Lot
Lot 3 ft N ft E tt Bk 5 Rg 1 Essie
Drayton SoD Lot 14 PB S Gainesville W 40 ft S 188 ft 15744-1 M Williams .
A.J. 1 acre .... .... ... 7310-1 Sadie Davis ................. 14.9Jane 325 I W 173 ft S 375 ft W E 40 N 188 ft to POB Less S.Sft of E 55 ft o NEVi o 27.6
E NEVi, 29 11 ...... 7435 Simmons Heirs ........ 13 f to Beg Less OR 234-412 f ... 12727-4 Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg 1 15744-2 Richard Ruby Lang Ml
1.1 R-W 4, 20
o 52.0 10. ... .. Allen 4 Catherine Span ........ 15.5
N tt of E 210 Wl Of 3 20. 5.7 ... ... .. . N 50 ft of W 100 ft of S 100
Nw%. 30 11 19 1 .... ... ... 74501SWVi Surety Mortgage Investment Co .. 3.4 HIGHLND 10704 Pauln. Bran Executrix .... 13.3 ft of Lot 3 Bk 4 Rg 2 15759-1 Johnnie. Ruby Green .. .... 74.20
o SEVi of 5W. 31 I LOS 10 8k C DB .. HEIGHT B. W 10 ft of E 55 f of N 55 ft

1. .. .. ......... ...1.. 7458 Susan Street ................... 2.1 I:: 1 29-83 .... 55 MSf Bynum ....... 90.36Lot Com 346 ft S 4 231 ft W of NW ofLot3a S 50 f of N 100
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E' of SEVi of SW. 31 11 I I3 3129 ofLot Druash (Alex) .. 136.72 corn of Lot 12 Bk 41 New f of W 50 ft of 3 4 N 10

19. 20 -- -._-- ..- --. -.. --.. 7444NW F B Long 4 Sons Inc ............ 1.4 is Bk L .......... 33337 Gainesville run W 50 ft N 180 of S 10 ft of W 100 of
of Lot 7 S of River. 18 7 I NE,. of Bk Rg 5 ...... ..... J A Marion McNelljs ....... tt E S Lot 3 Bk Rg 2 .t. 15744-1 Richard 4 Ruby Lang ........
50 180 12730-1
as tt
20 I ...... .............:. ...... 71 Lucille W Shaw ................. ESTATES B J .E'13' Bounds .- .. ..... f 4.10,2. Maryetta Williams ...... .. 17.52 WSSftof E 10 I of NSSft 1.1
I Lot 23 C CROL of Lot 3 Bk 2 . .. 15745 H 4 Arice Garner 22.73
I Lot *Bi D ....::::.::.::..... .. 100323 .R eTa.d.: 4 Faye...Sivermin ... 218.8 Lot 5 Replat' of Lot 4 Bk S Rg
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P420 chief E 12% chs: of Lot 4, 1ST ADD CAROL EST- PB- E-Sl.ff . ... .U Com at SE cor lot I Bk 4 New 2 f3 1516.5 J Johnson 27.01
19 7 20. 24EW .. ..: .. .. 7504 James Roberts 4 Laura Gilmore 44.24 Gainesville run S 620 210 ESOft W",0 ft of Lot 3 Mar

of SW of Lot 10 4 SW of Lot 25 Bk B ................ 10608-25 J W 4 Arllne Wester ... I N 620 tt W 210 ft 4,I 10. 20 .. 12733 Melvin 4 Edelphia Barber ... 228.42 Bk 1 Rg . .. .. 15771-2 Ray A White ................. *.
Lot II 4 SW of Lot 12 less land Lot I Bk K .................. 10618-1 J J 4 Louise .. .. 34.96 NEI4 of Lot 3 Bk 2 Rg 3 S .
of McAII"l.r 4 Hill 4 Henley Maroney ........ 21.3 50 I of NW of Lot 3 2

19 7 2 53 ....... ....... ... 7520-1 Abner Jones ............ ...... 4.3 lot 25 Bk K ................. W G 4 Louise Gaston N of Sift E 122.5 of S ft 812 Being tt of Lot W 82.5 20 f. LolV . .. .. 118G2 J. .Dorothy Jackson ..... 75.93
101'.2 Jr .. .
SEVi SEVi of SWVi E Of Lot U Bk N ..... .. Stephenson Repiat-pB
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Shaw Fence, 2 7 2 9SEVi ........ 7521 Mrs A B Shaw .................. 7.77 1021.1: EAST W a PB Lucinda F.10 Hosteter Jr ...... .1 10 2 Canty Heights .. .. .. 174.2 Harry Douglas ............... 108.87 F.5S Lot 1 Bk J Rg 3 . . 1785 Raymond A Stephenson .

of SW. 7 40 ..... 7534 A F Brazel) ....................3.1 Lot 1 ............... ....... ES Carol Estates NWVi of Lot 3 Langley Addn N WEv of Lot 3 E 24 ft Lltha 125
E 3.20 chs of W 42.20 chs of S Lot 2 .. ...... 10251 Corporation .... 15.72 of N'/i of SWVi of 3 Bk 2
.. ... .. Carol ... . .. .
DB .
Estates 12754 J. Rosella Helton 4 J D White
10622 Corporation .... 15.72 .. .. ..
3.2 chs of N 12.2 chs of Sec Lot 3 .............. ... Carol i P.30 31.2 Rg 4 less R-W 151 Robr & Lucille Mobley .
308 pg 392 20. 1 .. ... .7554 Sylvia Aldrldge 8. Cecilia V H B T WASHINGTON HGT Estate Corporation ...... 1.7 NW of Lot 1 Bk 4 Rg 5 L Ruth Green ... 1'.0
C89Ceretha N 53 ft ofW ill ft of Bk 7 Wii@
S 70 yds of W 70 yds of of Mills ... ... .. .... ........ Lots 1-2-s-Bk ... GOSS 2ND 47.1
A .. .. ..10474-1 A-34
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H .. Ingrams Addn 12798 Hull 4 Raattama
.... .. ... Lot Young ..... 3494 1.1 11.2
Lot I. 3 7 20. 1 ... 7557-2 W F Irln ... ... 1 Bk 8 OR .. .. Lot 4 less S 200 I of E 200
N 15 of Lot 7 .. 7559-2 .. .. ............ Lot 5 Bk D .13t. ..... .. 10751 Nathan 4 Mazie Jenkins ...... 7.17 Lot 5 4 SW of Lot 6 Parish I ftLot .
Eddie
3 2.1 CO.y . & Ida Sr .
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S 4 f .W o N' of Lots 12 13 Bk D....... .. 10nS W Richardson Ferneise. .Nix. .. ......... .".90 S-D PB A.107 .. 12810 Hugh 4 Ella Drummond ... ".78 a per 08 311-174 .. 1585 T J & Anna Pos 12.5

7. 7 20. ..... .. 7542 Phillls Rawls Estate ........... 7.77 Lot It Bk D .............,. 1077-12 .. ....... 9.31 NORWOOD HEIGHT PB CLots 14.1
N coo ft of S 1200 ft of W 7 PINE RIDGED A Mamie Davis ............ 1MS 1 2 Bk 1 .. .. .. & Ida-Lancaster '.31
ft of NW of Lo 7, 3 721 . .. 7544 Elzie McGlnnls ................. 1.1 Lot 1 ......... ...... D.32 Lotsl2sdaN ofLotsBkl Lots 12 3456& SW Of Lots

NEU Of '. 7 .. ... 7377 A F Brazil ............... 4.6 Lot 1 ................'.'..... 10731 10731 Marie Richard Taylor 4 Thelma'. .Cobb... .............. 34.14 Less A-107 R-W. .Parrish. . .S.D. PB .. 12811 Minnie D Wesley.............. '.23 898. Lots 10 11 Bk 4 .. ... 15894 A E Ida Lancaster 80.47
S 210 ft 01W 210fto1 SEVi Of Lot .................. 7.11 Bk 7 less Lot 4 & 7 .. . .. 15897 A E Ida Lancaster 30.49
Charliemae Com 149 ft S of SW of University -
5E 7 ... ..... .. Johnson Heirs .... cor
2 1 7585-1 Modern Homes Construction Co LoIs 50 59 .. .. Lots 9 10 Bk 8 Tax DB
3 2.1 .. .. 10733-50 Brown 4 Cox . . ....... 4994 Ave Pleasant St 1 .
Lot 52 .... .... 352 285 15905 A E & Ida Lancaster
.. .... ...... 14.15
SEW of NWV6. 8 49 ....... L D ._... ..... .. 10733-52 0 A Clark 4 H S Lloyd .... 24.27 run W 16.7 S 42.8 W .
20 76 Simons .. .. 32.83 Lot u ... ..._.-.......... Sunshine Homes .. .. ... 46.11 tt tt E 214.81 f N Lots 7 8 Bk 16 15941-1 Alfred 8. Llllle Decoy 58.48
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S lOSftof N 525 of E 105 lot 55 ......... ....... 10735 In 22.1 I Lot S 21 .... .. 1JV52-5 W J Richardson ....
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.. .. 3.49 .. G" Ella Cudgo ... ...... ft to Beg 5. 10. 20 ..... 12952 Loy & Morell Buchannan .... 145.6 8 7.1
ft Of Lot 32, 11 9 20 .. . 7834-2 Rome J C Anderson .... .. Lot 56 ........... ... 10733-54 1.45 12. ADD PB A-90
S 10ft of N 420 f of E 420 Lot ............... ...... 10733-57 S L 4 Nora Scruggs Sr ........ Lots 1 21 ............\EI Spearman Brewing Co .
Anna M ............ 159s-1 5.0
Ray.
32 1 9 20 .. .... 7834-3 Virgil 4 Delia Robinson ........ 44.12 Lot 58 ..... ... ....... 10733-58 3.96 12 acres per DB 82-201
Smith Sr .._ .. ........ .
S H ll3ftof E 105 Lot .. ... Wile 13W DB 72-190 & .
... acres
10 ..... 10733-43 Com S of SW cor of Lot
6 4 Janie Smith Jr ....... 17 I Arr.
Lot 3 1 9 20 ..... 7834-4 Quality Shell Homes 4 Supply Inc 4.1 ".n Market Sts S OR 190-248 Less lot to
N 105 n 0 105 f Of W 2 Lots 44 47 83 32.2 W 170 N 32.2 E 8. less lot DB 202-318 Muw.1
... .... . .. 10733-44 Cudgo 4 Gibbons 4 Jones ....... 56. I f f
ft of Lot 32 11 9 .
2 7834-1 Leonard 4 Mary Grlffis .. 35.36W7OftofE Lot 3 Bk C Thos-Steenburg S-D : 170 f to Beg 5, 10, 20 13028 James 4 Minnie Alexander ... 1.6 lot DB 183-405 4 less lot DB

140 ? Of N 210 f PB B-91 .. . ... .... ... .. .. 10783 WE.. Willie Childs ........ UNIVERSITY HGTS MB 104-10 172-125 8. less lot DB 287-120
Of I'l of Lot 25. OB L- Lots 1 2 Bk F DB 298-77 Thos- 7.7 Lot 1 Bk 1 ............... 13141 W C .Ella Woodbury ........ 211.87lots & less lot DB 307-243 4 less
W 12 its ft 20 of .E.... .ft.of...N..165tt Pioneer Finance Company ..... 42.58 ,' Steenburg S-D PB B-" ... 10794-1 Victoria Williams ............. 37.7Nathaniel 2 3 1 ............ 13142 W C .Ella Woodbury ........ 334.34 R-W 4 less Lot DB 343-248 &
32 'N 50 ft of S 440 ft of W 95 ft Lots 7 9 Bk 1 ........ .. 13145 W C Ella Woodbury ...... 167.54 less 1 acre in SW cor OR 8898Is .
ef 51 Of 2 DB of E 11ftofE Lot Bk 12 ... 13161-2 C 8. ....... 244.35UNIVERSITY not a complete desc 4 less .
C Peterson
W of SEVi Sylvia
12 9 20 .................... 7325 C W 4 Sylvia Pryde ............ .o I OF SW'/4 of SW Vi Being lot 5 I .. PLACE PB A-77 lot per OR 93-44 fr less' parcels ::

S 105 tt of N 210 ft ef W 10 Bk A Dixson Homesites 34, 9, Lot 16 Bk 2 ............... 13220 H M Reber ...... .. ...... 34.94Lot 1A123ISIOii 159.10
ftof E 315 ifof SW of Lot 20 .... ... .. ... 304.40 20 . . ... . .
.. & Sadie Jackson 24.4 6 Bk 7 13280 Medical Pharmacy Inc .. '" 1955 AIbOrt A Deborah .
..
DB Baker Washington
12 9 20 .... 7S34-25-5/ J E 4 325.71
L- I.sl 40.4 S W of L.Ot 32 ; I es":: Macoma Homes Inc ....:::::: 8.2 COLCLOUGH SoD PB A-20 Lot as per OR 106-348 9. Albert A Deborah .
W 70 ft of E 210 ft of N 210 ; ; .10t 0'0:0: 1.2 Washington 13.53
Lot 6 Dul I e I h Lot 1 ... .......;......... 13296 W Alexander Et AI........... 71.32 Corn at southernmost car Bk
tt of Lot
of DB
12 9 SI 2 .........2.........L-... Pioneer Finance Company.... 2f.75 I Lot PB 72 E.3 Duval.. ...Heights-. ..I.. 101-61 Macoma Homes Inc .......... 24.8 W of Lot 14 .......... ... 13309 James 4 lla Acosta ............ 52.0 21 C-4-Noro 3 *Hgts 38 a W per 223.14 PB

FAIRBANKS PARK PB C-29 PB -3 .. ... ... .. ... 10858-72 Richard Mildred Parker ... 27.01 PORTERS ADD PB A-54 ft S : W 893.82 ft to
Lot 44 Green Acres Lots 29 .. ............. 13359 Estella Knowles Life Est .... 13.55 POB W 197.93 N
7 3 :
Lot Bk C R-W 4 Lots de I
-13 19 Bk 0 I.s. ... .. .... 7840-7 W H 4 Mildred Ellsworth ..... PB 0.10 .. .......... 107Ruby L Driskell ............ 15'. Lot 40 W 50" ........ 13371 Leola Blakely . ........ 30.69 1 d* W 210 ft 3
5.6 6 Lot 80 ................ 13399 J H 4 Lourie' Richardson ...... 28.55 min 19 see E 209.92 f

Lots 12 Bk Gins R-W Lots J 5 .................. ... 10884-5 Ella F Wood ............... 197.48 Lot 84 ............ ...... 13408 James 4 Estella Spain ...... 24.27 3 E 210 ft to FOB ,.
1 1 Lot .... ........ 10884-27 Lot 115 ...... ........ .. 1341 C W 4 Rose .......... 351.45 '
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Lots 1234 less Katie Edenfield ......
16.10 .......'.... C S 4 Rose Sr .......... Lot : 1552 Ab@r Joes ...................
R-W 4 Lots 21 22 23 Bk N 4sts Lot 5 ........ .... .. . 10884-54 H T & Anne Hale' . ...... Lot 114 .. .. ....13444 D DD .Rub. 3.21 .a;p"D8"20jii"jtss"S; 311

between Bks G J N ls .'_. ................. PENNINGTON.. S-D PB E.26 of W 50 of ..&. : : 13487,,.Hamilton. 'fN 4 Johnson ......... 137.61 105 BREEZY 15960 lslah A Dora Norman .........
R.W .... ....._. .. .. .. 7844-10 SC& Helen EKvood .. 82.27 T 1Q593-14 W T Mary Pennington 26.41 a f f Lo 3 : ACRES Pa E-23 22.7
Bk Kless E tt 4 less S .p.. Lot 21 ...... ........ 1089W1 W T .Mary Pennington ........ 26.41 lot 46 . . . 13491 Diana Nattiel Heirs ......... 75.6 Lot 16 ..................... G w Cora
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80 ft .......10... .... .. . 7848-1 A R Webb .................. 24.87S Lot 26 .......... ....... 10aJ26 W T .. Mary Pennington .... 24.4 SW ofLotl9 4 E 8 I of 5'/ Lot 17 ..................... 19511 G W .Cora Bass .......!""... 47.u
100 ft of Bk K .S 80 ft Of Lot 27 ....... ...... W T pennlngton .. .. of Lot 50 . .. .... . 13496 Maryetta Williams ......... 61.22BROWN ..... 17.1
WISOflofbkK ....... ... 7848-2 S C" Helen Eiwood 172.42 NEW GAINESVILLE PB Mar 21 ADDN PB A-44- Lot 34 -. -- G W..
.. .. Cora
S 100 ft of Lot 4 I.s W 151 Lots 5 6 Gaddy S-D of EU Lot 13 w. d -d..P k 1"53 Bass ............. 30.69

PARADISE PB A-4 ft I.s R-W ......... 10904-5 J W 4 Lillian Welch ... .... PB A-100 Bk 1 ... .. .. ._.. 13534 Isabella Campbell Heirs ...... 12.3 PB 0-51 . . . 1641 W T Lilliemae Boone .....
S 210 tt efW 105 of E 315 2.1 Lot 2 less part a per DB 232.IOlAlsoElftCfSSOftOf 110 ft X 10 I per OR 71.92

ft of Bk 4 .... ..f......... 7887 Febbie Jenkins .................. 141 T F THOMAS S-D PB B-90 "Ir 10, . . .. ... .17.J. 167J F Meldred Barber ..
S 100 tt of N 325 tt E 100 Lot 5 Bk A.. .,.. ..... .. G T Williams ... .. .. ... N 152 ft of Lot 3 Jackson Plat W'/ of NWVi of NEVi of NEVi ... ..1.3
ft of Lot 54 .......o. ... 7916-5 L K .Evelyn Belislt .......... 14.1 Lots 4 Bk D ............ 10 < L E 4 Hayes..... -..-. 99.11 931 Of NW PB A.7 Bk 2 .. .. .. 13548 Geneva Stafford. ................ 96.44 10. 10. 20 2W .. .. . 14079 Menia R C Raines

W 10 f of E 240 ft of S 100' Lot 6 Bk 0 ................ 10960 C Mar.................... 9.31 Com at SE Lot 15 run W Lot as per DB 236-169 10, 10 20 16080 C B 4 Lula Carroll ....................17..7
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... .. iO.5ft N20.Sft N4deg 12 W 100 Of E 460
tt 525 ft of Lot 54 7161 M R .Helen Misner ... ... 1.1 NEW GAINESVILLE PB AN I ft of S 147.09 2
W 100 tt Of E 260 ft of S 10 ft 320 ft of W 130 ft Of lot min E to A pt which is 3.5 tt ft of SW of SWVi of NEVi
54 W lOOftof E 260 W of the NE cor of Lot 15 of NEVi 10 10 20 . 16090-3 B
ef Lot 12 less R-W DB 364-147 F Paula ..
... 10968-1 ..
ft ef N 90 ef Lot S.._ 7914-14 J D 4 Llllie GliCCO ............. 21.6 S 280 ft of lot 12 less S Albert 4 Dicy Morgan ... .. 61.2 thence E to said NE cor S to Lot a per OR 57-561 10. 10 20 16090-8 J E .. Iva Cas Sit............... 37.10 1692
of E ISO 4 the POB Plat of N W 140 ft of E 272 .
tt of N ft of S
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of W 130 4
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Let ... 7914-17 J H Craven Jr ... 10968-2 Barbara M Jackson .......... 3.4 PB A-?? Bk 13544-1 .. .. ft Of NEVi Of SEVi 10. .
f of 5 .. .. .Elun .. 141 S6 fto'N30 ftof W 130 Abner Jones ..... 10.77 10. 20 16100-2 L S .Ole Terrell ....... ... 33.43
HAZEL HEIGHTS E 34 tt of W 298W S 73 Lot 115 Lincoln Esta

Lot 5 .......................... 7917-5 C E .Edna Hopkins ........ 43.32 of lt 1 ...... ROSEMARY 10968-4 Migu.l. Otella Ruiz .......... 120 ft Bk 2 'f"of '". 13598 Ezekiel Willie Hedge ....... . .
Lot 19 ...................... 7917-19 J L a Ruby Sanders ... '".53 Lot Bk A ... ..... 10973 M F C-t .. ... E 6o tt Of W 420'f of S 52 tt Ridgecrest PB B-3 . . . 14109 Margaret Hubbard ............. 3129 7.-77
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... H H 4 Marlorie 47.80 1 Large ..... 60.62Ot 207 tt Of S Bk 13S79 ..... 4U2 Lot
Lot ... ..... ....... ,1.3 Daugherty .. Bk A .. .. teola Blakely .. .. .. 1 1 b 3 Ridgecrest PB
10974 .
3 ..
Llllie .
M. Lawton .
Lot _....... .......... .... "1.37 J L .Ruby Sanders ......... 23.0 Lot 2 Bk 0 .. .. .. 1.7 E 72W tt of W 262: ft :'pi' Lots 4 Bi 1 Ridgecrest PB
HAZEL HEIGHT ADDN PB F-14 ... .. noio-l c C 4 Altamese Fletcher ... 1.45 6'I"I of SW Of B D B-3 .. .. .. .. ... .. U111 Margaret Hubbard ......
Lot 4 .................. .. J A .Betty Howard ....... WAITES SoD PB A-142 . . . 13602-1 Alice Huddleston ....... .. 53.28 Lot 5 per OR Devonshire .... 7.7
Lo 8 ................ "1M J L Ruby Sanders ........... 52.0. ,Lot 3 Bk I ..... ........... 11024-3 Addis 4 Louise King .. ..... 5.3 ESOttefWSlWftOfN 105 tt Wills II. 10 102.._.. ..._ 14124-5 G M Geneva .... ...
.*..... ............... 7111 R M Burns .. . .......... 47.80 Lot 7 Bk 1 ......... ... 11026 Vlrd.l. Pauline Bowle ... 1.5 of Lot 1 Bk 3 ... ... ... 13608 H Gilbert ..................... 67." SlchsofN IlchsofW2lOftef let 21.0
Lot 1 1 ... 71116 J L .Ruby Sanders . ... 241.44 Lot' Bk 1 .. .... 11024-2 Berha Boker ..... 58.4 E"a of Lot 2 Bk 3 13609 Isabel! Young ................. 82.01 E 3.30 tt less S :O tt of E 200ftll.
Lot 7111 T H .Carolyn JICkl Jr .... 241.44 Lot 5 4 lot 4 less S 10 tt W'Vi of EW Of Lot 3 Bk 3 DB 10, 20 14128 Armenia Cassell .. ..........
Let 2 ........:. 1112 J L Ruby $an ers .......... 241.44 Bk 3 .. ................ 11040 Sa.I Bradley Heirs 4 Son .. S.O 319, .229 . . . . .. 13613 J" Mary Butler ............... 12.6 $ 2 ft. /if M 111! ft *-:! \U. - E MI' H ..f af SVt of Lot 4 E 577 ft of NI2 of Lot 4 & 250 tt 11. 10. 20 .. : 14128-1 J C Mania ....
Paradise- PB A4N . .. 7920-2 H L .Norm Brower ............ 7.77 E \ft of S' of Lot 4 Bk 3 .. 1316 0 Gilbert ....... ....... 64.59 KINCAID ROAD S-D '.E-87 R.inl ... 41.2
hO of E 145 ft of Lot tots 3 4 Bk 4 .............. 11047 Marie Martin 4 Oziedell 3 ... SW of Lot 14 E ft of
7 '---- --'"- 1328 Canady ... .
Floral f park PB 07 ...... 767 0 B .Katie Porter ............ 54.94 Riey. ........ ......... 37.10 : OfftLOf 7EB 50 ft of Lot 9Bk Rozll ... 11.1 Lot 1 _. . .17.3. . .. 14134-14-2 Carr 4 Pace Wives ......... 7620
Lot it Oak Hi PB 1.17.16. 0-1 G L Bobble Karel ......... t.5 Lots 1 1 Bk F Jem Park ... .- .. ...... 133 Ezekiel a Willie ....... W 100 of NW of Lot 34 ... 14134-34-1 IE" Wilma Jr ........ 5.03
. ... Hoge 12.6 Cls
Lot 14 PB .. 11101 L H & ... .. E
& N ft of 1 Oll Elis Waits .. .. 1.0 Lot F8MI SoD of SW'AP8 100ftofW33ftofLotl 11U3 G H 4 ... .. 22.11
Hill PB 1.16.16 ........... 035-14 A J 4 Eleanor LeClalr .. ..... '.2.4 560 ftofN NEW GAINESVILLE PB A- .. .. . .... 133 Mir A Jones .. ........... 6.S E 100 tt of W 300 tt of Lot 48 1133 J E 4 Connie Beit Pet....... 188.93
390 ftofW 120 Lot 7 S.D of SW''e E 13 of W 594 of NW
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MAGNOLIA HEIGHT PB D-12 Of Lot 22 .. ........ 11108-3 L.roy" Lisle Robinson ........ 9.91AVONDALE PB 1-74 F.nn.1.. .. ..... 13 A A A Lois Byes ............ NW SWVi 11, 2 2 ... 14137 Mrs. Oran Gill ........... 35.54
Let" ft* A............. ... 11016 Betty Austin ........ N 6 ft of SIlO tt Ot E 120 tt Lot of E' of Bk 5PB 2.7
Lot 10 Bk c ............ .. .. K P hZbt Wright ....... 135 Lot 2 ........ ....._ 11108-7 Oscar 4 Ella Rollins ....... 2 .. ... ..... .. CelIa A Adorns ..... 45.40 "WI/ NEVi of NWVi 11, 10. 2 Jlms H Craggs
1.1 1301 .
Lot. Bk D........... 8135 W H Wllims ................. S itS f N 210 ft of W 165 t.9 W 58' of Lot 1 of E' ... .. . ...._ -. 14143-1 ...........Cstri... .. 84.73
N 1104 tt o s"ii7 ft o E 100 .. f Of lot 23 ... ... .. 11110-4 Barbara A Brit ... ....... 1.4 of Bk f P8 A-SD .. 137 Floyd a Lucille Davis .......... ".1 N 100 f o S 16 f Of W 151W .
ft el w 1322 DB 314.23. 2 Bk 2 Ward Rpt Lot 3 E 10 ft of Lot 30 A W of ft of srd 329-A

27 9 2 .I..- .- WAR.6' T J 4 Helen' Davis ............. 344.10 DB 325-489- ..-. ....- -... 11124-8 L W 4 Evelyn FIln ........ 1.1 Lot 31 S.D of Bk 7 DB 3 f 130 Jessie P.rr ..... ............ 4.12 11; 10 20 .. ..o.. ...... 16148-2 A J 4 Dorothy Moon ........... 31.89
HUGH IND CENTER PB E-41 Let 1 Ward Rpt Lot 35 Lot 21 0 A Porter PB N 210 ft ef S 840 I ef E 525 tt ofNWVi

*, !' lots 10 5. Lots 107 10. DB 325-489 ............... 11124-13 J H 4 Yvonne Ward .......... 33.43 Bk 10 SD. A.7.. 1314 Amelia Webster Heirs ......... 34.52 Less R-W DB 313-474 11,
NI el tot 12 121 IHS ESTATES PB D-25 E 42ftofW23l ftof N 10, 20 . ... ..._ .... 14151 Armenia Catsell ..............
Lot 120 & 77.33 tt of SWtt Lot 3 Bk A ......... ... .. 11125-3 Modern Homes Construction ft of Bk . . .17'. . 13019-i Huddl.sto Hul.sto a.Thas N 90 ft of'300 ft of E 240 ft o W 13.1
Lot 10 4 W ii.33 ft Of Lots Co .....u. .............. 49.42 1 .. .. ........... 795 tt of NWVi 11. 10 20 ._.... 14137 HB 4 Ali Owens .......
107 10$ W n. of NY.f S2 ft of W 4 ft of lot 5 Lot 3 a Eof.Lot 5 3.1 E losftofWlotOftofSloSftofNW 10.2

Lot 121 3.t"" .. "".10 Gainesville Inv.stor Ruft In A DB 3-23 .. ... ... 11125-5-1 G 4 Fannie Judkins ........... 3.49 Terrace PB U"ivesit.. A'f" Drash .... $43.03 11, 10, 2 ........... 14159-4 Mid-State Homes .
Let 128 .. .. ....'I.... "".12 8 L & Bryan .. 3.4 45.3 W 40 f of Lot B ........ 11124-2 Annie M Presley............ 7.1 Lots 3 4 I Duke A.1O-11 C-" .. 137 .F.lcla Lzll@ Rose ........... 176.10N In .. ... 43.34.
Lot 1M ..... ... .;.... *.... 11"-13 Ella F Wo ... .. .. .. .' E 40 Of Lot 3 Bk C ... 11127-3 B T Washington ............... 5.0 ft of 5 Cor of E 14

Let 131 .. .. .. ........... 8et McKinney ... 3.1 W 40 ft Of Lot 1 Bk D....... 11128-1 J H .Yvonne Ward ............ 5.0 ft 1'' Bk 3. . . . 13 Ella ...................
Lt 132 . .. .. 8199-132 Chester McKlnney .... EIOftofLotl800 ..-.. 11128-1-1 J H Yvonne Ward ............. 1 BRUSH ADDN DB Belo 5.12 That par of N 3 ft of S 1995 ft
250 t of Lot 142 ...... 81W-142 G W 4 Anna Ahrens Jr ..... 300.13 W4ftofLtl..E4 S ft of SEI4 of Bk E o ft of 240 ft of NW'-i
Lot r2 Hihlan' Court M.n ....... 1121.1 E A .Idella Taylo ........... 14.15 1'ft S ft of 1 .of of hiway I@s R.W oB 313- .

I F B E-t 11-9 J H 4 Eleanor Leis ............ '.9 W 4 ft of-Lot 3 Bk E........ W. Hal ............ 7.17 Bk o .3- ... .SW'. ...... 118 H McGregor .... 49 1U 10 2 ..... .. ....... 14174 Ab 4 Opal Cason ........
Corn S.D .t run N c ft o Ple' .ve W 1 tt Of Ll 1 Bk f..... .. 11130-1 Roberts ............. 7.1 Lot 4 Flit of Bk 2 P8 A- ... 142 Masic Leis Hail ... .............' 26.1 124.1 GREEN .16,
Lot Bk Replat Lots GROVE
ft PB E-42
D.vi Lot 13 Plat 32 PB
21 ft NW-ly along creek to 3 38 DB ......,... 11143-1 L D 4 Mean Berry .... ..... 10.21Lt 1 Annie o. Thomas A- 12' Spearman Brewing Co ...... 10. Let 54 4.1 f al I o W side 14184-5 SJa84iIieSqon- .
1-8 ft S of POVN to POB. 2 Bk 1 DIvi Replat Lets L 50NP H E Lot 0 ..... .. .._.. .. C J a Milored Bush ... ... 1.
C .. 111' .
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29 20 .... 1249 G E & Annie CI@velan......... 3. 38 DB 31 .. ...... 11143-2 L 0 4 Elsie Berry Jr ..... ...... 1.4 ." S- -= -f E" 141 FI.n. Corporation 6.5 Lot :111 A A Acres .... ........ 197.48
N 80 ft Of S tt : : ,0 if" Lot ii ..
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of Lot 60s"41),2ft'.dl
406 W 132 Lots 19 22 Ward .. .
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DB 215-154
SWVi of 11174-1
26 Amos 4 Maxcine .. 2049 N E 116 C W Margaret
W 20 8278 .. D.p S J Benton 12191 SitOftotWlOOftOf Lot St .. V 5 T j Helen ..
SII. Dixon .. .. 111S ..
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Lot S WIle ? 19.99
5 Bi. Lest "Y'f o'u l N6n. Of ,W 35 2 Arreoa 13 Amx 10. Lot 6 ...."...... .. ...... Eugene 4 Lortna Thomas ..:: :

47 ft e 1 ... 8419 K C 4 Hazel Merwtn ...........189.53 N GainesvIlle N"foS2foW2. W Hayes ............. Lot ----.------.--.---------- 1618647N100ftofS450ftofE120ftof Kenneth 4 Marl 34.94If
Let 4 Hazes Estates PB A-44 .............. .... .. 11181 Abner Jones .........".... ... 1f .IC. Bel.h 138.21S3lftofNIZftofWIIOft 1P.. .99
PB D-17 ... 8423 C. t Hyacinth Donaldson ... WARD RPT W 368.58 Krettwood Estates -
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Lot 17 Bk B Gainesville 74.0 4 2.515 of E 289 ft of Bk 2 1332 l.i.y" McNaire .. .. 1. 10 20
Hgts --- -- ---- Smith Chttty .
Lets PB 7 A:68kC: .... 8441 T J & Mary Downs .......... 14J2 Lot 8 ...................o 11188 Lei 4 Ore Law.... ...... 94.84 N of 33 Bk ft 23 of S E 16 Arred3flda ft W 5'St.ft 14 Ar Jones ... ............. 121 l McNeill G..r.c ;B1117.5-17 .. ..... ... 2.3Lf
Giisvle" WARD RPT LOT 213136Lots J H 4 ......
Nsoftof$36OftofWl94ftOfBk VI.
Hgts PB 1.16 ... U 10 4 Krrl ........ 9.1 4 $ ............... . . inn Janie L King .............. 19.99Lot 23 E of Arredo'tda St Atlantic Corp ....... 9 N'2'ft'wird11 Del .. 41
Lot 5 CruklC Add 2 ..... ........ 11201 Leroy 4 Essie Roi ....... 7.17 S 63 ft ft W ft of IU M"niipil 5"
PB .. I4SJ-S P D 4 Winifred Owens ....... 253.48 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A44WW o N 24 o 13 20 PB A-7 16193-9-7 J W Beatrice
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Let 2 Heights et Lot 43 less S tt Bk 24 of Arrea 14 Freddie Weaver II ............ 9931 I NOftofE9ftoflotllwardRepat No.ml .. ".42
PB Sin. W F Anna Ryals ............ 37.70 Less 125 ft of W 3 tt E 6 ft o. 5 f o N 13 I tot 42 DB 308-375 12 10.
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U2 I Bk 14433-I Alfred ......... ... 20 PB A.? .. ...... _
Let 3 Seminole Heights i ef 11250 J M 4 Ella Wood ..... ......... Corn 'E.,3; t.s. of NW GrH .. 2' 14193-10-1 J C .Mania Raines ... Jl.lf
2 250 ft
.. .... .. 's 90 ft of N 400 tt of E ft of ....
P8.A.1. .. ... J C & Mary Allen .. .. 31.29 S 12 ft o N 175 ft ef W car of Bk 64 ft E 101ftS6SftWtOlftIOPOB Lot 4
10
Replat Let
DB
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Lts A-174 1._B.....Oak. P.r G F Duke Jr .......... 43 145 Donald a Cenia Meriex ....... 59.05 308-375 20 PB A-?4.. 16193-10-4 Helen CoWing
Let 23 Bk H ... 1709 W L 341 140 ft Of E 3 f o Lot 6... 11250-2 J M Ella Wood .......... 11 Lot 1 Plat ill I o Bk 2'I S30ttofW210ttofE430ftofLot .... ... 34.03

PB A-174 ..Oak.....Par.... ......... W H 1 Jeanette Edwards Jr .... 4744 E ft 10 of ft Lt.44 less tt N o 5 f 19 I PB of A. ..-Plat.... -" 14 U G Floyd ....-.....--. 11. 4 4 N 180 ft of W 210 ft o

Lot 19 4 U ft of Lot 20BkKQ.kpartpbA.75 17 RD _.. ... 11258 R H Mimic Peter .. .. 4.23 SY Lot 1 I 5. o E 6 tt of L 13 all less
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8714 T S Le Copaland ,..?. 16' N 100 ft of S f Of-W 1'ftC .. .I 2 PB A- .-..". .Ross.. 142 we a. Mar Johnson .......... 2. 10 Less L as p OR .

PB B100j Lot .3. .............. 11260-1 D S 4 Edna Scarborough; .... 2173 C NE ear o Sr. W 139-423 14 16205-7 W J a le JOS .. .... n.n
21 I
w 41 f Sf Lot 2 a. tots 4 S SUNCRES Lot as 6 DB 344-410 ....... 11271-3 J W 4 AnnIe Hugulry Jr ..... L I Ik 13ft.... ...1..... 1449' 450 tt ef J06P ft ef ij
4 ll B ......... ........... $7U .A 4 Adolyen Her.... 3 Lot' 7 East Court PB C-23 .... 11274 JMaL.uclleWaters ..... ..... 121 I I 3 f E 1 I Ha"i Fo. .. Bla.... 10.less 20 S 10 PB 20445. ft
Let Bk E ........ .. imM24 CT .Llve Dl ........ .4. Bk 2 Ward Rpt Lot 73 RI.rd .. 3UCIUG SlOOftofNi2Oft- -ri" 161 F L a. II Dur .. u1'

tots 1 2 Bk M ........:..: E E Cli ..... 11423B8K'4"MFle I DB 32108 ... ......... ... 12 L F ................. 34 I GAINESVILLE DB HJ ftofE2ilftoflotl 14. 10 10

Lt I Bk 1 ...... ........IUDEVIEW I, .l Bruce ...... 7947. at ef W NEW line GAINESVILLE PB Ao ,N 6 ft 2 o. .W .4. f. ..o. Bk 2. 14 J L a Miriam M......... :. S PBA-32..t-----------30 ft of E 105 tt of L t4'4 N1OftofElOSftofLotl3.l4 14205-32 G. a. Are' H.u ....111


tot4k5 .................. Shah GwaLaPartor ..... ,.,' I.Lot Iti. li o hiway N E ft 5 I of 7 W Rg 14. .,..o. .N. 10.. 14 Gladys W Wilson ............. 11 iO.2OPBA-21 . ..._. 163 E W a. ....,.. '

Ltl'U 1 Ik 7 ........... 8874-11 Gladys Crawford .......... 77.73 1 to run FOB SE-ly-SE-ly.I hiway Ila. E 45 ft of W 120 f o N 105ftofBkSRgS .. 16 J T Rel. MIlal .. .. 11. S40ftefNI90ft fW30ftOfLot54360ttofN190ft A Elttr! ." .

13 I I .............. ... ... .. .. 5* ft S11 ft to Pt s Lot J 1 81sp R.patPI ef E 1354 ft Of Lot 4. 14, 10.
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L .. 1.-) D W LaW 1.4 SE-ty line of 89 AK.1272. _. .... 147> G W a. cora Bass ............... f.1 I PB . .2 12 Thornton ......... 38.90
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Lot I Bk 1 J 1. corn .t NW .
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Bk 18 ........ o
L 1 ..... 17." North American. Acceptance. ... 42.74 208 tt t* . .' 11294 W I 4. Kathryn WMteside .. 144.08 COfofLoferUflWOft 13 ? p LAKEVIEW EST OR

Bk 10 ......... Co : ...:: : WilOftefElSOftOfNIO S 9 ft w 43 ft ReplatPB I Lt ..-. ... ... R w 1.2 ...... 22.13
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lt 2 ... J 0 .. PoHt 2835 ftofS95ftefLot03 11318 J W 4 Vonciel Howton ......... G Cot-a Bass 121 .N.dl "ptC
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17.2 Ru ..1 A127 s .. 175 W. .. .. 12.3111Bk Lt .............. .... 16 J C ....... 17.84
LbsllliBkii ........ 8880.11 w.. Ham Jr .. .... 1'.1 S ft 100 ef ft ef 94 N tt W of 120 W 310 I W of .. 147 y Han ........... 5.6 I L 4 .................... J c .Ml. Rai RIW......... 1744'
Lot 8 Bk 12 Forest Park Del Lt LM I o W Lot SI Porter Survey COLE-WOOD OR ,
PB C-45 .... S4.f4 N 50 f _. ... ... ..... 13 LH" Rosa Malphurs ..... 121.71 PB o- :. .. 11 Ruby H Knle............ 143.16 ,l 1 ....................... % R A,. Bobbie Johnson ........ 5.03
Williams
,4. K M !.. N ft E ft 101 .. .. .,....... I
77.73 E 13
Let II less Bartuoer". M 17 o 6 .L Har ? 14 t o Lot 2 A I strip o C M 4 Cherriee Hales ....... 1744
104-324 Foet Park NEW GAINESVILLE PB A" lan E A W bnd N b I Lot 30 1643 AT.. Do lie Moore .......... 77.73
F.rta Lot 14 Bk 1 Replat. Ski 1 2 by Lot 1 W by Lot 2 I Lot Of 9 OR 89-334 13. 10 20

Pin* ...... 1"1 J I.M.n WeNellH .... 11D PB C-so '-"- 11343 WillIe 4 Annie WHIiamt ... .. 7.77 by 3 extended. : o. 16 f C Moore Jr ........ .. 1M
; Let l Bk t LtD2 ..
E-U 2"i Pi.'ii' I 2 East Let 53PB I Let f Lot t OR 15. 18

.per Dt 242478' 167 E S 4 Bernk* Haney ..... 215.1* PI C-44 ..... 11372 Edna S Williams ............ (.6 = .. .. .... .--. 1U2 J L .Ruby Sanders ...,...'.. '71 2 0 A-M .131 162 AWAMirVThIUI ....... 18.44

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n of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14
DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT r 4-11 acres of SWVi of Racial Melee Hits in Md.

30, 9, 21 .....,...........,:.14'7743-" Abrham & Peace McCriy ....... 53.8
Lot 11 IS, 10, 20 10 PB A-92 .. 16227 W W & Myrtle Feagle ........ 99.1S2lOftofW2lOftofLot2315 1 I S 100 ft Of N 525 ft of E 100
: ftofW1343acres oEl4

10. 1 ............ 14232-5 L C & Lois Goolsby .....?.... 31,7g I 4-11 acres of SWVi Of SEVi
S 90 1'2OOf N21Ottof E 1 5ft of 30. 9, 21 ..................... 17743-22 Herman & Lucinda Hale ..<..... 49.60
Lot 15, 10, 20 PB A-92 .' 16234 E T & Christine Long ......... 71.91S100ftofN425noE100 t I CAMBRIDGE Md. (AP-An those arrested. Those
, s25 among
Lot per OR 68-657 15, 10 "i ft of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 I
PB A-92 ..................... 14239-5 J H & Euia Steadham ........ 317.$3 4-11 acres of SWVi of SEVi 1 outburst of violence in the wakeof not
Tract as per OR 142-262 14 10 30. 9, 21 .........-,........... 17743-23 J E & Betty Edwards .......... 96.64 Wallace hospitalized were tan
Jackson Estates of Gaines W 3 7-11 acres of E 7 3-11 a presidential campaigns Speech ferred National Guard head

20 ............................. 16246'lIle ......................... 1,640.61 acres of SWVi of SEVi less 5 c pee c h by Alabama Gov. t
Lots 10 12 Robinson Hgts 2 OR 100 ft of N 520 ft of E 100
Pikesville
in across
98-484 ,.. '.. ,,,.., 16259-10 E H & Patricia Tusslnger .... 125.38 ft & less S 200 ft of N 220 George C. Wallace left this cen- quarters ,
Lot 1 of YM.also known sw 5 ft of W 120 ft & less S 100 Followed Violencehurried
of
and north
chs of N 20 chs less R-W DB ft of N 420 ft of W 120 ft ter of racial strife in the gripof by Chesapeake.Bay

313-440 22 10 20 10 ........ .... 14240 Retta Payton Heirs ........... 113.1N S& less S 200 ft of N 720 ft of new tensions
LEVY CRT W 120 ft & less S 300 ft of today. Baltimore.
417 ft of E 104 ft of Lot 4 N 1020 Ft of W 120 ft & lessS
Harrison S-D of Lot 7 Co Bk 100 ft of N 1120 ft Of W Two demonstrators and five The ordered Into
C-432 1 .... ... ... ... 16332 Cella Amos ................:.. 36.16 i 120 ft 30. 9, 21 ............... 177<<-1 Walter & Nellie Camps .......... 17.45 into this sensitive spot tacking the civil bill pending guardsmen
N 7.07 chs of E 7.07 chs fi. 24 S 100 ft of N 620 ft of W 100ftofE200ftofSW'LofSEV National Guardsmen were in- right II" Cambridge before Wallac's appearance -
less N 150 ft of E 230 ft 4 just to prevent such an act. in the Sente.
acres Harrison S-D of Lot 7 ... 16357-3 Nathaniel & Bernice Batle .... 6..2J I 30..9, 21 .. .. .............. .. 17744-4 Izell & Yurlee Montgomery .... 72.52 jured in a melee touched off : at the invitation of the
N 150 ft of E 230 ft of Lot 24 S 100 ft of N 720' ft of W 120 Monday night when about 200 Dorchester Business and Citi
left
Harrison S-D of Lot 7 Co Elk ft of W 3 7-11 acres of E 7 Wallace had already the Bled by guardsmen wearing

C-432 143574 Leroy & Luevenla Coe ......... 4.09 3-11 acres of SWVi of SEVi singing, hand-clapping integra- town of 12,600. He had ad-'!I and Association included units
Com M..ft.S & 210 ft E f NW 30 9, 21 .................. 177<<-7 G W & Lucille Jones .......... 77.40 I mask holding rifles zen
cor Lot 25 run S 80 ft W 80 ft W 100 ft of E 200 ft of S 100ftofN82OttofSWkofSEV4 tionists tried to march on the dressed about 1,500 supportersin wit fied bayonets, the integra- which were called out at the

124 N 80 Harrison ft E 80 ft S-D as of per Lot OR 7 105-Co 30, 9, 21 .... ... .............. 17744-8 Ellis & Beatrice Moon ......... 91.7 arena where Wallace had spo- his campaign in the May 19 tont squatted in the street height of siiioIec in j I

Bk C-432 .......... ...-. .... 16361.1 R M & Mamie Batle ........... 37.36 I NVi of W 3.25 acres of E ITVi Democratic and Cambridge
primary was "We Shall to
Not Be
S 11.97 chs Of E '.68 Chs of Lot acres of NWVi of SWA 30, ken.They sang lat ser.
29 Harrison $oD of Lot 7 Co 9, 21 1.' ............... ..... 17748 Emma Williams ................... 8.37 met a cordon of some of applauded more than 40 times Moved. ken force of 10 had been assigned
Bk C-432 12 ...... ............... 16369 Abner Jones .................. 1O5 SVi of W 3.25 acres of E 17V
W 4.11 chs of N 4.14 chs of Lot 17 acres of NWA of SWVi 30, the 400 National Guardsmen during a 45-minute speech at- Guardsmen used tear to the uea city ,i

Leltner S-D of Lots 8 9 DB J445 9, 21 2 ........................ 17749 Maria Sessions Heirs ............ 29.75 gas t throughout the there
4 ........ .. ..... .......... 16387 Abner Jones .................. 10.51 WVi of SWA of SWVi S of Road disperse them, arrested 14 -
W 63 100 chs of E 12J4 chs of N 30 9, 21 7.44 ............... .. 17754 Brown & Ellis .................. 22.73 DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT had been no curfew or restrictions ;
6.14 chs of Lot 17 Leitner S-D S 100 ft of N 430 ft of W 75 slapped a 1 pjn. curfew on ote
Of Lots 8 9 DB J-445 ..... ... 16389 Abner Jones .................. 4.09 ft of SEVi of SE'A 30. 9, 21 ... 17754-4 Mid State Investment Corp ...... 50.54 NVi of NEVi .I less R-W 14, 9, the similar to -1l l
Lot 21 S hiway less 70 ft lot asper S 100 ft of N 660 ft of E 60 ft 22 78 ...... ...._....... .... .. 18801 E H & Beatrice Easley...... 133.93 city. after outbreak a
OR 77-223 & com at SE of W 435 ft Of SE'A of SEVi NVi of S of NEVi of NEVi posed an
cor of lot 22 run N 5 H4 deg .. 30, 9, 21 .... .. .............. 17756-19 Joseph & Mary Williams ....... 4.09 24, 9, J-3 13.3 .... .. ........ 18876 W W & Amy Addison ........... 16.32 State officials met into early shootings and arson last July. .
W 250 ft S 39Vi Deg W 183.35 ft E 60 ft Of W 495 ft of S 100 N 175 ft of W 250 ft of NWVi morning on the disposition of y
S 85Vi deg E to POB & lot 37 ; : ft Of N 430 ft Of SE'A Of SEVi Of SWVi as per DB 43-378
S of hiway & W of old RR W 30, 9, 21 ..................... 17754-22 Charlie & Sueella Grimmage .... 4.09 the arrested. Two were treatedat The 1963 demonstrations emphasized
& E 10.24 chs of lot 33 S of hi- S 113 ft of : 24 9, 22 1 .............. .... 18879.1 First Colored Baptist Church .
way & Com at SW cor of lot Js56 ftftSi'4 of SEVi 3" Com at SW cor of NEVi run E of Melrose .. ......... .......... 847 Cambridge Hospital, one fora demands of the Cambridge ;

38 run N 4% deg E 6.793 chs 5 9, 21 ......................... 17756.35 L H Williams ................... 8.37 1584 ft N 660 ft W 1056 ft cut and the other for the effects Nonviolent Action Corni i
85 deg E 11.74 chs S 5 deg E 120 ft of W 495 ft Of S 100 N440ftW528ftS1320ftto
7 mln W 6.62 chs N 85 deg 53 ft Of N 1235 ft Of SEof SEVi POB 25 9, 22 32 ......... 18897-1 Nita M Mcintyre ............... 24.07 of tear gas, then were returned mittee for integration of restaurants -
mln W 11.712 chs & Lots 39-40 30 9, 21 .................... 17756-42 Mabel E Davis .................. 4.23; S 3.92 chs of SWVi of NEVi E
& lots 42 43 58 & EVi Of tot 59 S 154 ft of E 120 ft of W 375 ef rd & NWVi of 5E'27, to the National Guard and other public ac

& Lot 62 N & E of Arredonda- : ft of SEVi of SEVi 30 9, 21 .. 17756-43 Mable Davis & Isaac Walker .... 7.77 9, 22 43 .............. .... ...... 18924 Cella Starke .. ................. 85.35 Two others commodations. The Town Coun
Mlcanopy rd & Lot 44 W of old NWVi of NEVi N & W of NVi of NWVi Of NWVi 32, 9, arory. were the
RR W less that part S of old Hiway Less Lot OR 51-451 22 20 ......................... 18961 W Washington ................. 16.32 sent to the hospital for cil a public accommodations -
T& J RR W as per OR 92-557 31-9-21-31 ...................... 17757 Roslyn D Marshall ............. 318.43 CAMPVILLE PB A-8 & 9 teat approved
& less R-W for SR-93 Leitner Beg at N W cor of NEVi of MAULTSBY REPLAT PB C-47 ment of minor injuries. amendment to the Cam .

S-D of lots 8 9 DB J-645 294 16392 Thea Scott ......_..*........... 631.69 NE'A run S 45 deg E to hiway Lot 7 Bk 1 ..................... 19000 W Grimes ..... ................ 22.13 Gen. Robert after these out-
That part of lots 56 & 57 E of N = line W Lot 5 Bk 5 .. ................... 19009 J Tines & Lula Hurd .......... 22.13 Deputy Atty. bridge charter
US hiway no 441 as per OR to FOB g3r.1V 9,y21t02.r: ..I,,...., 17761.1 McNeal & Scruggs ............... 47.46 Lots 29.JO 8k J ParkOPinesPB said charges to be filed but it was overridden
105-454 less lot per OR 182.353 NVi of NEVi of NEVi & SEVi .. .. ... 19024 0 A Moeller ..................... 3.49 Murphy break
& less lot as per OR 184-574 & of NEVi of NEVi less that partof Lots 6B1 Bk H Park-4Pines I against some of those arrestedstl a vote on the questionlast
less lot per OR 191-381 & less NWA Of NEVi of NEVi PB ... ... 19032 Abner Jones ................... 3.49 under publc Business and
lot as per OR 201-532 LeltnerSD NW of hiway & less beg at SWVi of NWA less N 420 ft Cf W were study. 1. The
of lots 8 & 9 DB J.-445 164074 R C & Thea Scott ............. 23947 NE cor run S 1333 ft W 208.7 525 ft 34 9, 22 35 ............ 19038 W Washington ................ 27.01 may be foolish the climate Citizens Association led the
N 152 ft Of lots 54 57 Eof new ft N 1124.3 ft W 504.5 ft to NWVi of SEVi & NE'of SWVi i
hiway & W of lake less N 52 ft hiway NE-ly along hiway 34, 9. 22 80 ........... ........ 19043 W W & Mary Taylor .......... 133.93 stays as i is, to turn opposition.
of E 325.3 ft Leitner S-D of 292.6 ft E 495.4 ft to Beg & 3 Acres on W side of SAL RR
lots 8 9 DB J-445 ........ . 16413 p C & Doris Ashmore ......... 190.73 less com at NE cor S 1 deg of SEVi of SEVi of SWVi them loose in this inferno dow addressed that
S 212.4 ft Of N 344.4 ft Of lots 56 23 min W 1320 ft N 89 deg of SEVi less 120 here he said. As Wallace
51 E of hiway & W of lake Leit 53 min W &&7.95 ft N 1 deg 02 SWVi of SEVi 9, 10 rit 339R.:.... 19120 L D & Bernice Whittington ..... 38.90 integra-
ner S-D of lots 8 9 DB J-445 16414 P C & Doris Ashmore ......... 242.84 mln W 660 ft to POB N 89 NYssW of R'J'JS' of NEVi I Gloria Richardson, leader of group Monday night
Tract as per OR 147-111 21, 11, deg 52 min W 663.98 ft to -W of SEVi & tionists were massing across .
20 9.7 ?.................... 14477-11 W K & Lacy Hunter ........... 21.01 hiway N 44 deg 46 min E along SWVi of SWVi 9, 10, 22 339 .... 19120 L D & Bernice Whittington .... 489JO the two-year-old integration I
NVi of lot 33 Smith Add PB A- hiway 235 ft S 47 deg 47 min 49 SWVi of SEVi E of Melrose & tow in the predominantly Negro
31 ....................... 14520-33-2 V L & Mary Ward ............ 71.92 sec E 30.75 ft 57 Deg 01 min Orange Lane rd less Lots 34 movement in Cambridge, was had just
Lot 49 50 42 Smith Add PB A- 51 sec E 286.11 ft S 1 deg 02 to 41 Inc Bk C & less lots quarter. They
31 ........................... 14520-49 Marvin & Sally Danley ....... 9.91 min E 63 ft to POB 31, 9, 1 to 24 inc Bk L & less lots 1 .... ... spilled out of a hall where about
Lots 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 & S 21 11.8 ............... ........ 17762 Helen C Bradley................ 67.14Lot & 9to12Inc&3334Bk: P ass ..
501.15 ft of Lot 17 & lot 18 1 less N 165 ft 32.9.21 TH ... 17776 J B & Martha Jumpp .......... 32.83 & less lots. 1 to 16 Inc Bk K f.J MM sr 400 attended a rally featuring
Smith Survey Childs Addn PB NVi of NEVi of NW'AEofS-235 Orange Summitt Orange Sum. ;
A-31 .. .................. ... 14720-10 E C & Leona Crown ............. 28.21 less N 210 ft of E 420 ft& mitt PB B-15 12.. 10. 22 ....... 19157 /" I. t. .h 32J5 d k'iclctn speeches by Mrs. Richardsonand
Lot as per OR 152-42 Smith less S 150 ft of W 580 ft & NV of NWVi less lots 35 34 tntat nt.s other integrationist lead-
Survey C h 11 ds Addn PB A- less com on E side of 5-235 : Bk E & less lots 5 6 21 Bk F !
31 ...... .. ... .. . 1672028.13 J H & Edna SImms ......... 4.09 101.5 ft S along R-W from N ". & less lots 9 10 11 12 21 22 .. ers.
SEVi of SEV4 less R-W for S- line of sec run S along R-W 23 24 Bk A & less Lots 1, 2, 3, -r? I Ii
200-A 33. 7, 21 31 .. .. . ..... 16900 H V Talbert .................. 86.89 334 ft E 210 ft N 105 ft E Bk H & less N 140 yds of E 140 ..,
Lot as per DB 278-434 & DB 170 ft N par with RD 165.5 yds DB 288-474 13, 10, 22 76 ear. . .
304-394 8, DB 314-113 & a lot asper ft E 133 ft N par with rd Cedar Park PB B-17 .. ......... 19184 L B Hutchins .................. 115.55 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
DB 343-295 less R-W for S 165 ft to sec line W on sec Lots 1 2 3 Bk H Cedar Park Also In
Ocala
200-A 35. 7. 21 ... .. ... .. ..... 14904 T C & Esther Stallings ........ 105.19 line 133 ft S par with rd 101.5 PB B-17 13 10, 22 ............ 19186 W P Long Adm ................. 3.49
NEVi of NEVi W of hiway DB 31J: ft W par with sec lin 380 ftP9 SWVi of SEVi of SEVi S of
344 less R-W for S-200-A 2, 8, to 35, 9. 21 17788-1 graded rd 15, 10, 22 1.32 ".". 19221.1 Beckham & Dickerson .......... 5.63
21 2.9 ... . ... .. ..... .. 16919 T C & Esther Stallings ........ 275.66 W t of E 210 ft of" N Menla R C Raines ............. 27.1 NEVi of SWA of NEVi & NWA" It's A Real i l 1 nil/ I
1 acres per OR 119-2910 8, 211 ... 16940-1 Elbert Davis ................. 43.52 210 ft Of NEVi of NW'W"b \. Of NE'16, 10, 22 50 .. . 19230 L D & Bernice Whittington ..., 44.12 4 a
OR 119.35 10. 8, 21 Lots 1 2 Bk 14 known NVi Cat Bird e
1 acres per 9, 21 .. 17788.3 as
1 .......................... ..... 16961).2 Harvey Anderson ............. 35.56 : ftE & 1 S"ttN" & Lamar Lewis "................. 4.09 of SEVi of SWVi Hawthorne Est
SE'4 of SE11.. 8. 21. 40 . ." 16979 L D & Elsie Berry Jr ........ 56.34N210ftofS315ftofW210ft S per OR 158-344 35.921 ....... 17788-4 PB A.120 22 10, 22 20 ...... .... 19280 Ellen Brown Heirs ............... 78.93 I l3- M
J C & Menla Raines ............. 3.49 Lot 2 W E Jenkins S-D DB 1:00.3 : : : :

of NEVi of NEVi less R-W 14, 212.260 ....... ...... .......... 19324. J H & Mildred Green ............ 3.49
8, 21 1 ..... .............. .. . 17001 Frank & Bessie Rivers ........ 4.09 S of Rose St W of 1st WINDSOR St E OF GREEN ST _____ Lot 14 W E Jenkins S-D DB

N105ftofS725ftofW260ft com 2.41 chs E of NE cor of 212.260 ...... ... .. ... .......... 19334 W L Williams ..................... 3.49', ru..n AtPaJ
of SWVi of NEVi & N 420 ft of Green & Washington Sts E on HAWTHORNE PB A-78
5mft Of EmftofWm I Washington St 210 ft N Lot 4 Bk 11 DB 302-299 ......... 19378 T J Alderman .................. 2.89 !.
ft of SWof NEVi 14 8. 21, with E 1stSt par NVi of lot 3 Bk 28 ............. 19430 Abner Jones .................. 7.17 .
3.1 .. .. . .. ... . .;.. . 17022 J Brlnkley .................... '-57 with Washington 210 St ft 210 W ft par S Lots 7 8 Bk 31 less N 5 ft .. ..... 19443 Minnie F Johnson Heirs ....... 103.39 I W

S410ftofW240ftofSWSof 210 ft to FOB OR 191- 5 .... 17801-43-2 Robert Head' ................... 6.4 WVi of Bk 9 less N 60 ft 24, fl fl I tir
NEVi & E 220 ft of W 460 ft of S of Washington St N of King 10, 22 C J Waits Add ......... 19448 W P Baker ..................... 3.49 one:
S 200 ft of SWVi of NEVi 14 8, St WVi of Lots 11 12 E of Lot 1 Bk F Lakeview PB A-l80 ... 19550 P H Lee ........................ 2.89' ama
17024 J Brlnkley........... ............ 1.97
Vi
21 132 Jis'of'SEvi'cY SWVa'of* 3rd St 2.4 acres ........ ..... 17803-11 Abner Jones ..................... '.23 acre In NW cor of NEViof 81<
Lots NWVi as per DB 302.313 C1"
NWVi 14, 1 21 ............. ..... 17036 Frank & Bessie Rivers ...... 12.05 S of King St N of Main St 24, 10 22 .. ...... ...... ....
NWX4 N & E Of Lot 29 E of 5th Street ..... 17804-29 F H Smith .................. 14.1 19567.1 T J Alderman ..................... 4.091,
SWVi of SWVi of NVi of NWVi of NWA lying between
S of
Warren ST N of Lewis St 1I
Doan rd less lot as per OR Lots 17 19 E of 6th St ... ...... Campville & Orange \ Coming "EMPTY CANVAS"
17804-17 Joseph & Betty McLaughlin Jr 9.91S
102.74 14, 8, 21 8 .... .. ... 17039 Luclndy Wilson Heirs 12.65 Lane Rds less N 210 ft of E I
210 ft as per DB 122.158 & lessN
of Warren St N of Lewis St
BRANNING 1ST ADD DB J846S Lot 21 E of 7th St ..... .. .... 17304-21 Joseph & Betty McLaughlin Jr .. 7.77 210 ft of W 210 ft as per DB
Babb ........... 5.03
SO ft of W 10 ft of lot 2 Bk 1 17070-2 J H & Dorothy 139.587 & less S 105 ft of E 210

Bk 1 .. ... .. . ........... 1707021S ft as per DB 348-70 26 10 22
122 ft of W 144 ft of lot 3 Dianne Babb ................... 7n N of Washington St NVi of WINDSOR Lot W OF GREEN ST lOVi .. .. ........ ... ........ .... 19573 Mellonease Taylor ............... 33.35
N 50 ft of W 100 ft of lot 2 S105ftofE21OftofN'/, of
& lot 5 BK 4 ..... .... ... 17074-5 J J & Ivy Wilson ............... 50.54 27 In sees 2.3 less E 3157 ft NWVi of NWVi DB 348-70 24,

Lot 27 being N 660 ft of said 10, 22 Vi .... "... ............. 19573-2 Frank Turner .................... 4.09 I
BRANNING 2nd ADD DB M.119 E 5 acres of N 140 yds of SW'4of
lot Bk 4 .. . ... 17079-1 Sampson & Allie White ......... 45.66 secs W of Green St & E of
S 50 ft of 1 SEVi & W 35 yds of N 140
Lake 10.6 acres ............. 17811.1 Belmont & Mildred Bates Jr ... 40.8
Lot 9 less S 50 ft of W 100 ft &
yds of SEVi of SEVi DB
EV of lot 12 bk 5 .. . 17080-9 B Wilson ...................... 35.54 N ft 290 of ft Lot of W 27 300 per ft OR of E 188.71 894 305-274 less WVi as per DB

SSOftofW100ftoflot9&N53 2 acres N of Washington St ... 17811-7 H W & Sally Lashler .......... 25.47S 305274DB 353-144 24, 10, I
ft of W 100 ft of lot 12 bk 22 3 .. .........,.............. 19589 William & Loretta Davis ...... 27.27
of Warren St N of Lewis St
S ...... ..... .. .. ......... 170809.1 Marlon Wilson Et AI.......... :34.03 3 acres sq In SE cor of SEViof
Lots 17 19 21 W Of 5th St .... 17818-17 E W & Hazel Nalbach ......... ".12
SE',. Of lot 10 bk 5 ........... 17080-10 Alphonso Robinson ... ......... 30.69 SWA less E 55 ft Of N 100

Lot Lot 3 16 Bk bk 6 S ...................................... 17080-1&17081-3 Marion Frank &Wilson Bessie .Rivers. .. ....................... 49.94 9.31 Lots S 4 Bk 83 .............WINDSOR... 17821-83-5 S OF Abner LEWIS Jones ST ...,................. 5.0 ft 24, 10 22 .. ............... 19407 William Gary .................. 14.75 x<
Lots 4 9 Bk 122 ............. 17821-122-4 Phifer Properties ............... 2.8 PECAN HEIGHTS
....... 170BWSWVi Frank & Marlon Irving .....,. 32.83
Lot 4 Bk 4 ... ................ 17081.9 Frank & Bessie Rivers ....... 15.72 HVt of Bk 175 ................ 1782M75 Abner Jones ................... 9.31; Lot 4 Bk 1 27 10, 22 ............ 19665 J R & Mary Mack ............... 2.89
of lot 9 bk 4 ORIGINAL WALDO Com at NW cor of Lot 13 E Lot 12 Bk 1 27 10 22 ............ 19672 S & Dorothy Brown ............. 2.89
150 ft SW Lot 2 3 Bk 2, 27 10, 22 .......... 19475 J Jenkins Jr ................... 5.03 ssmf
along fence to pt
Bk 1 ............ .. 17165-3 L Powell ................. 5.03
Lots 4 5 Betty
3 Lot 9 Bk 2 27, 10, 22 .
... ..
..10degE20ltN50 84 n B&7fNofSWcor .... 19480 Ella Rhodes ..................... 2.89
Com at SW cor bk 2 runs S of Lot 13 NW along fence to Lot 7 Bk 2 27, 10, 22 19681 Georgia Williams ..... .. .... 2.89
deg E 60 pt 25 ft N of SW cor of Lot Lot 13 Bk 3 27, 10, 22 :::::::::::: 19489 G S & Ella Morgan ...:..:::.. .. 2 .
ft to W line of NEVi of NE'N 13 N to FOB Mrs M Q Nobles Lots 2 3 Bk 4 27, 10, 22 .. ..... .. 19692 Eloice Roberts Et AI.. .. .. .. 22.13
to S line of lot 1 bk 2 S 50 S-D PB A11.5 .. .. .... ... 17822-13-1 Phifer ............... 6.49 Lots 1 2 3 4 5 Bk 5 27, 10
deg W to beg ..... ... . .. 17144-9 Abner Jones .................... 5.29 Properties
... .. .. . .. 11167.1 Frank & Bessie Rivers .......... 5.03 S 256.9 ft of Lot 16 3.12 Ethel & J Jenkins & Rosa
bk 3
Lot 1 2 less lot 3 as acres Mrs M Q Nobles S-D 22 ............ .................. 19495 Peterson II ................... 59.08
Bk 36 DB& Bk 180-345 37 & less pt lot 4 bk PB A-l ..... ... .......... 17822-16-1 Bessie King ..................... 12.65 S 44.65 ft of N 89.30 ft of W
per 12Vi ft of Mular. That part In lake 3, 10 21 263 ... 17893 J T Mackey................. :34.9 100 ft of lot 5 Bailey Surveyof TONIGHT 9:00 WUFT-TV
& CHANNEL
37 NW-ly
Tillis Addn 27, 10, 22 5
St .. ............ .. .... .. 17200 J L George ................... 77.10Lots12349101112hk10& Lot 19 Gathercole & Davis
key PB .
A-39 ..
.
S-D OR 19-403 ..... ...... ... 1790519LAKESHORE B M & Gail McDaniel Jr ...... 31.29 19705-2 Sophia Roberson ................ 4.69 ,
W S'S 'o; t5
HOMESITES PB A-151 75 ft of ft

Lots 12349101112bk11 Addn. DB K-487 .... 17251 E R & Virginia Estes .......... 49.00 Tract Indicated reserved on Bailey Survey of Tillis Addn Hf
Legares Addn DB plat of Lakeshore Homesites 27, 10 22 PB A-39 ........ .... 19704 Elmon & Martha Bennett ...... :34.03 NOW 2
Lots 6 7 bk 13 Legares Gigantic Hits!

K-487 .. .. . .kman. ... 17254L C Mathis .................... 33.43 S-D & tract com at run NE E 14 cor ft of S reserved to- :Lot 1 Bk 2 ................OBRIAN...... 19722 ADDN Ida PB A-lOlVi M Hill ........ 2.89 I

Lots 3 4 5 Spar HeightsPB a pt 30 ft E of SE cor of Lot 4 Bk 2 19723-1 William Brightmon ....... 17.84 SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:10HHI..f.2.
tract marked reserved W 30 ft :Lots 15 6 7 Bk 4 .. ............ 19738 Bell Stewart ....... 34.96 DI'V'-H 'HUrf

B;& 17257-3 E T & Betty Powell ............ 99.71 N to POB ................ 17939 R H & Lllllebelle White ...... 350.77 Com on N side of hlway 706 ft n 4-50IL OPEN 7:00 SHOW 7:30
Lots t Bk"ti. Waldo Heights N'iJ of Lot 58 ............... 17940-58 R H & Lilliebelle White .......... 11.4 W of E line of Sec N 571 ft W at
PB B-32 . . .. . 17244-8 Delbert 8 Margaret Coil ......... 29.15 Lots 102 103 ..... ......... 17940-102 I N Parrish ...................... 28.5 428fttoPOBW210ftS205ftE210ftN205ftless
Lots 1 2 Bk 4 Willy S-D P8 A33 That part of sec In lake 10, S100ft

'31 172/2-1 E H & Patricia Tusslnger ........ 9.91' 10. 21 133 ..... .. ... .. .. .. 17950 J T Mackey.................... 18.46 ofE50ft&less B50ftofW
Lots 1 to 10 Inc Bk 4 P 9, W 5.04 chs of E 10.08 chs of 100 ft of S 105 ft as per OR 8844 -

21 Lloydsdale S-D ... ... .. .... .. 17570 Rose Y Homan .................. 3.49 N* of SEVi 14, 10 21 15 Vi .... 17979 Althea Smith ................... 12.05 & less W60ftofE113ftof
Estate .......................... 263.44 N 100 ft 27 10, 22 ....... .. 19744 Louise & Thretha Thomas ......40.54 AMERICAN INiERNAT10/4AL a
N210ftofE210ftcf5E4 of N 75ftofS632chsof E100
22, 9. 21 1 .. 17688 GROVE PARK PB A-S ft of W 3.14
SEVi chs of SEVi
SEVi of of

S 210ftofE210ftko OR 59-380 22. 9.f f. Lockwood & Doris Davis ...... 56.94 Bk1aBk10 acres .........N....of.... .RR.....4.5. 18060-1 Carrie C Brown ................. 31.29 S7SftofN115ftofE100ftofNW 94E'/ 27, 10. 22 ........ ....... 19758 G S & Ella Morgan ............. 4.09 GOMTHAND

21 NEVi| of. SEVi. -. 17691.1 Bks 3 4 7.7 Acres ..... .. ..... 18040-3 Harry & Sherry Kaiser .......... 150.44 % of NEVi of SWVi 27, SAMSONAND
Surety Mortgage In vest m ent E 128 ft of S 142 ft of
WVi of N I less 1200 E 39 ft ft E 'i.of-lea.graded that rd part& Co. .............................. 11.07less Lot 8 ........... .. ........ 18060-8-2 N H & Rebecca Hall ............ 7.77 10. 22 19828-1 Napoleon Dubois ............... 42.58 SINS
& Lot 2 Bk 9 & lots 37 40 10.4 THE
S 210 ft E of graded rd ........ ...... ........
DB :341-128 & less acres 18040-9-2 R C Brown ............... .... 29.15 S 75 It of N 375 ft of
E 100
less tract 24. 9 21. 245.45 17719 Lot 12 Bk 13 ................ 18040-13-12 Jennie King ................ 24.27 ft NW'4
R-W DB 357-249 R F & Nesler ....... 687... SWVi of NVi ........ Josephine of of NEVI of SW14
: 17729-2 Margaret ef Lot 21. 18060-21 J W & Dease ......... 7.17
187-438 30 9SW14 21 27, 10. 22 ...... ..... ... ... ..
Lot 160per OR of SEVi of less N Joseph & Gertrude DIx ......... 9.31 SEVi of NVi of Lot 21 ......... 18060215W G C Kite ........................ 7.17 N75ftofB100ftofNW' 19828.4 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 34.03 CO0

W 482Vi 1045 ft ft && less less N S 127Vi 300 ft ft 30 of 9 N, 126 87 ft ft of of Bk E 43 .342.....ft.....ofN.. 18040-O-4 Willie & Pearlle Sanders ....... 91.16 S of 75 NE'4 ft of of N SW14 S20.90 27.10-22 ft of E ..100.. 19828-5 Surety Mortgage Investment Co .. 3.49 L .COIORw1lscopt RSCO PE
Lot 47 & lot 48 less 1
... 17737-1 acres asper ft
j] J C & Emma Williams ......... 13.25 OR 14-299 24.4 acres .... 18060-47 RES. Oillvene Sullivan ....... of NW'4 of NEI,4 of SW14
S 127V4 ft'cV'N 555 ft of W 140 1 acres as per OR 14-299 in 121,11 27 10, 22 .................. 19828-6 A J & Henrll Dubois ............ 44.n T

S ftof 100 ft SEVi cf 420 SWVi ft 30.of 9,21.17731-10 Mid I State Homes Inc ............ 50.54 I' lot 48 .... .... .. .... .. .. 18040-43-1 J P & Irence LIndsey Sr ....... 67.44 S 100 of It NWof of W75 NE14 l' of of E SW14 115ft -___
SEV. Part
of Lot 77 DB
ft of W 223.8,..ft of. SWVi 17740-2-1 I 337.76 .. .. . .. .as.. .per. ... 18040-77-4 F & Hattie Harmon ............. .20.59 N75ftofS150ftof 27, 10. 22 E100" 19828-7 G E Munnerlyn ................ 40.44 I
30 9, 21 Raymond & Maggie McKInney 78.93 EV of 'A lot as DB
E 105.25 ft ef w' 359.05 ft of S 45-523 28, 10, 21 .. .. .per.. ... . 18114-1 Abner Jones ...................... 7.77 FT OF NW'4 of NE'4 of SW14 I
865 ft Of SWVi ofESE105'L.2530.ft9of21W359.05 27. 10 22 ........ ... ........ "THE
210 ft of N Lots 7 8 Bk 3 Rochelle .. ... . 18154-1 Abner Jones ...................... 7.77 50S chs of E 55 chs of NE14 19828.1 B L & Eva Johnson ............. :31.03'N ; WORLD'S GREATEST ORCHESTRA"The
ttof1714010 Crockett & Williams .... 43.96W A I
Mary triangular lot In the NE Inter.
; : section of the Pub rd & RR of NE14 28. 10, 22. 3 ..... .... 19810.1 Abner Jones ..................... 7.77
210 ft of N 1075 ft Of SWVi Of bnd E by E F Zetrouer lot W \ chs fE'lW : SW' &

SI 4ft 30. 9, 21 11740.11S S & Billie Sanford Jr ....... 55.42 as per DB V-150 28, 10. 21 .. 18182.1 Abner Jones ..................... 8.97 N o f S S : R R 29, j PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRAEugene
Of N 25''ft"of E 11M All E of paved rd also com at 10. 22 18 .................. 19856 R C Brown ................... 25.0
W 718.95 ft Of SVi Of SEU SW E 18'12 chs ef SE14 of SW'4 less
of Grace Addn
ftff 17742-4 cor run S
S :1N.S.' ft' E';.;;:;'ft J A & Rosetta Taylor .......... 61.12 52 77deg21minE102.1ftS40deg deg E 162.8 ft to POB N 12131415161118202125 lots 1234561891011 Ormandy Director

of W 718.95 ft of SVi Of SEVi 30 13 mln E to E line of 26 27 28 29 29. 10. 22 ......... 19857 R C Brown ................... 26.07
9, 21 .... ..... ......... '. 177 125 W n& ft of N 220 It of S 660
** : T W McCloud .................. 44.72 lot 3 bk 2 thence S-iy along
S100ftofN62SttofE119.9ttof E line of lot bk ft of E 18'h chs of SE14 o fSWG .
3 2 to SE
W 718.95 ft Of SVi Of SEVi oflot3bk2N52e1egWlong cor being lot 4 29. 10. 22 .. ... 19857-4 J D & Beverly Beck .......... 27.61 Wednesday 20
30. .. 17742-4 SE14 of NW14 S of RR & NE'4 May
T W McCloud .... 53.28 S line of Grace Addnto
""
:f1N'm'n' 11tt: """""
S 100 ft of E POB Grace Addn PB A-41 of SW' S of RR less S 208' ,

ofW118.95fto51ofSEVS30. 17742-7 Rochelle ........... ......... 18193-3 Abner Jones ..................... 13.17 .ft & less lots OR 57-479 & OR.59.c55
5. OR 5.
9, 'N925.ft .l1.ft: Oliver & Helen Watts .......... 59.68 S 1018 ft of E 27S ft of NWA 59-382 OR
O ft ef f E I Of NWA & SW'.. of NEVi of 58-307 & OR 73-354 3. OR 8:15 P.M.All

of W 718.95 of SVi of SEVi 30. NWVi 34, 10, ........ .
\ 21 16.6 18225 M Bradley Heirs .............. 40.44
17742-9 68-195 3. OR 82.231 &
9, 21 Clark & Williams ............... 46.86ofN1ft N' of Lot 5 Evinston DON less W
S 100 ft fE11Uft 55 32, 1 .. ... ." 18347 A T & Rosetta Smith .......... 48.40E4a 210 It of S 1050 ft & less OR
11'1:1 86519 5. less OR 134-198 Seats
of W 838.85 ft Of SVi of SEVi of Lot Evinston DB' i 3. lessOR $2.06 tax me I.

S100ttofN42SftofE119.9ftOf 30 9. 21 ,... .... .... .. 17742-21 Oliver & Helen Watts ......... 63.96 N-595 32 11. 21 . . 18354-4 J H Taylor ..................... 3.49 N 1045 377&Of29S 10 1042', 22 ft Iof"W' 19861 R C Brown ................. 29.f17
N 70 yds of W 35 of lot i
yds 3 Mail
W 838.85 ft of SVi of SEVi 30. 32. 11, 21 Vi .. .... .. 18354-23 Alice Williams .................. 3.49! 210 l' ef that part of NE'k of i orders taken. Send checks to
9.21 17742.23 Ulysses & Annie Cobb ......... 68.24 Lot 1 Lochloosa Gar dens SW14 N of rd 29. 10. 22 .... .-... 198&1.7 J L & Velva Rush .......... 74.66

S of 100 W ft 7 ef 3-11 N acres 325 ft of of E W 14 100 4-11 ft No. 1 ............... . 18354-42-1 J C & Geneva Anderson ....... 31.29 S208.5ftof of that part E of 105ftof NEVI W210ft of SW14 Lyceum Council, University of Florida.

acres of SW'!* of SE\4 30. 9' Lot 16 ..............SPORTSMAN........ 183544916Lot HAVEN 1ST J S ADD& Faye OR 91.220 Davis Jr .......... 22.13 N of rd 29. 10. 22 ............. 19861-10 H S & Elizabeth Butler ......... 57.54 I
S 21 100 ft.. .of. .N. .?............... 17743-3 J E & Betty Edward .......... 45.32 64 ...................... 1835419.6H H & Patricia Beckwith ....... 26.<11 N2034ftofS1251ftofW208Vft of E1Oa'ftofNEV I Tickets will be held at the door.
425 ttofwloott Lot 72 ... 183544972Lots R R Wheeler ................... 34.96 of
of W 7 SW' 29, 10 .. ..
3-11 acres of E 14 4-11 1 2Cross Creek Park .11 "'.. 1986H2 8 L & Oneta Davis ............. 53.211
acres of SWVi of SEU 30. 9 PB E-7 . .............. Lot as per OR 5iij"29; 10. -
18354-59.1 G W & Cora Bass ............. 138.21 -
S100ke 21 ,' 629 ,,,.....". 17743-4 Napoleon & Beatrice Filer .... 77.40 1.7 acres as per DB 317-45 21, 1 22 .......................:. 19861-15-1 Modem Homes Construction Co. 47.44 ,

of W 7 3-11 N ftofW100M 4-11 12. 21 1.7 ''. ...' '. SEJ.8354-85-1 D M McKay.................... 3.49 N104ftofW210ftofS923ft of NEVi of SWVi
acres of E 14 NEVi of NEVi & NWA t i 29, 10, 22
acres of SWVi\ of V ......................... .
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SEVi 30. 9, 19841-23 S A Fountain .
less 9 acres in NW cor DB ................ .. 4.09 I
S21'00ft of N" S'fi.of".W,',100,..,ft, 17743-4 J E'& Betty Edwards .......... 62.42 302-309 21, 12 21. H ......... 18354-84 BIRD BEACH Rose Y Homan .................. 8J57 I N209ftefS834ft ft of NEVi cf SWVi N of of W graded 210 1 : II I Iii3

Of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 &-11 Lot 3 & Wof Lot 4 OR rd 29, 10 22 ............ .;. 19841-24 R C Brown ...................... 8.37
acres of SWVi\ of SEVi 30. 9, 15-352 .................. .. 18397-3 L R & Kathleen Dennison ..... 326J9 S V* In grt & gov lot 2 out of grt .
s21log ft'cf 17743-7 Ollie & Margaree Gibson ...... 75.24 EVi of lot 4 & lot 5 as per less lot as per DB 334-154 & fc I Jal: :
N 825 ft of W 1 ibb'ftof OR 20-14 ... . ..... .. 18394-4 E L '& Rebecca Dennison ...... 86.89 less lot as per DB 344-334 & ThETIIINIIEIJ Jo .7
W 7 of 3-11 SW'acres of E 14 &-11 Lot 31 as per OR 4-342 ...... ._. 18394-31 Cooburn & Phillips .......... 133.33 less less lot lot as per OR 59-384 & B .
acres of SEVi 30. 9S21100 Lot as per OR 97-95 30. 8, 22 18422-4 J R & Evalyn Stephens ......... 16X24 OR 158-84 & less 100 ft est
177434 Levle & Strickland .. R-W as per OR 171-20 30. 10' Selll
Dorothy 56.02of S 222 ft of N 872.5 ft of that
ft N 925 ft i'W 100 ft part of .N of SEVi lying S & 22 320 ...... ..... .......-..... 19870 R C & Julia Brown ......... 284.42 _
W 7 cf 3-11 SWVi acres of of E 14 4-11 E Of road 30. 8, 22 7.. 184312S W B & Yvonne Head .......... 10.51 W2loftof of E25OftoN21Oft .
acres SEVi 30 9, 483.97 ft of NVi of SEVi lying S 666 ft of that part inside

ft 'of N 1025- ft 117.cJ. Samuel Johnson ............... 53.88 S & E of road 30. 8. 22 19.54 18431-3 L C & Gloria Ballard .......... 27.01 All grt frac DB 344-334 30, 10 22 1 19870-3 W C CWand .................... 4.09 POSITIVELY LAST 3 DAYS !
S 100. of W 100 N 212 ft of E 210 ft of W sec In grt less follow- I
ft Of W 7 3-11 acres of E 420 ft of that part of NWVi of ing described lots bks 1 2 4 & .

14 4-11 acres of SWVi of SEVi NEVi S of hiway 32, 8. 22 1 ... 18440-1 J C & Ella Young ............. 76.80 lot 1Bk5&btsf10Bk10&
30 9, of2 i" 17743-10 J E & Betty Edwards ........... 5X88 N 12 chs of W 10 tills of NEVi W ssftofBkll&lota123
$100 ft N 1125 f1v'100 ft of SWVi 32, 8. 22 12 ......... 18453-2 Mary Wanton Life Estate ...... 49.78 Bk13&lots131413.16Bk
of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 4-11 100 ft on Victoria Ave per OR 14 & lots 5 4 7 8 Bk 15 & NVi of JAMES BOND IS BACK!

acres of SWVi of SEU so 9, 138-250 33, 1 22 ......;...... 18470-4 Milton & Tina Harmon ..._.... 78J331X55 ." ;
Voo 17713-11. Erwin & Rote & Clara Johnson. 44J4 N 175 ft of that part of SVi Bk 16 Magnesia Springs &
S ttoN1225ttetW100tt of NVi ef sees 33-34 E of less com at SE cor of Bk 1runS1O46ftWSOSttN10l6 1 S1.
of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 4-11 Victoria Ave & W of Lake U

ecres.of SWVi of SEVi 30 9, 33. 8. 22 105.............. -, 18514 E E Whiting Estate ............ 432 ft E 585 ft to POB 31, 10. 22 513 .. 19873. R c & 'Julla Brown ............ 21'E1 -'. IR
Voo fi.t'w"oci..cii'W7':11'77.cJ.12 Cotes & Sellars& Wives ......... 1.97 Part of Lots 1 7 8 9 asper Vi of Bk 2 8. lot 1 Bk 5 *
s 4-11 OR 43-424-428 4, 9. 22 34 ,,. .,. 18541 Roger & Chartcey Williams ... lots 1 2 :3 bk 13 & lots 13141516bk14&IotsS67e
acres of E 14 acres of FRR
Lot 11 Bk 10 Less R-W Orange :
SWV4 of SE'A :30 9, 21 .. ... 17743-1J J E & Betty Edwards ............ 147J Heights PB A-3 .. .. ... ... .. .. 18582 W E & Elsie Kite Sr .........,. Bk 15 & NV4 ef Bk 14 Magnesia .
S 100 ft of E 100 ft of W 7 I Lots 1 to 18 inc Bk 18 Orange 14.15 Springs OB N-312 .. ..... 19878-2 R C Brown ...,...........,....
Heights PB A-3 ... 18401 W E & Elsie Kite Sr ... I Lots 9 10 bk TO Magnesia 111 "Wl
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3-11 acres of E 14 4-11 acres I Lot per OR 5-447 10. 9, 18452-22 J D & Inez Osteen ...........,... 27.01 Springs DB N-312 .. ... 19078.10E J & Jani Tipo............ $f
of SWA ef SEVi 30 ', 21of 17743-14 E & Betty Edwards .......... 8.37 Tract as per R22 103-405 30.69 E I '4of EW of NWVi ef NWVi 712 r' '

S 100 ft of N 1225 ft E 10. 9. 22 18452-33 J R & Rose Patterson ..... .... 32, 10, 22 10 .. .... ..... .. 19888 R C Brown ..._,............. 7j'J NfAJ OD
100 ft of W 7 3-11 acres ef I ISI N 1-3. of lot 4 also N'4of S 16.32 I I 14.71 chs of W 16 chs Of .
E 14 4-11 acres of SWVi of 2-3 of lot 11 also com 126 NEI of NWVi less W 1.6 e '
ft30.ot"N2111 ,"fi'IV-i":; "743-15 J E & Betty Edwards .......... 8.97 2-3 ft N ef SW cor let II run Of S 4.71 chs 33 10 2 19890 R R Mo Heir ............. 16.92 TODAY AT 1:00
E
Of 100ft ,
S O N 1262.3ftW71.66ftSE19to I I 200 ft 0 S 6 0 NVi 0
of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 43.33 ef POB E Lot 12 : 50047 L D & Bernice .... _'.' 3:05
4-11 acres of SWVi Of SEwN to a..c8 sonW Addn DB .460 ft JJli2 i2W' Wiito 7 5:10,7:18,9:25

30 f, 21 ..........'.; ...1771316 W S & BIHIa Sanford Jr ....... 54.02 L217WVi ... ,'., 18732 W W & 0 RR* 22 1 22 ..... 2 1 R & Carolyn ..........
S 100 ft of 925 ft of E 100ft 1 of i4"N i"G' i KVi e-, Amy AddIson .......... 38J4 Crde 41 COLOR
of W 7 3-11 acre of E 14tWVi Melrose Rd & NWVi N of
-" acres ** SEVfcr Gainesville Melrose Rd & Tax C 4J McCJ FtompA

30, ftXI rw ......**..auou.e*.e "41| Abner Jonea ................w tM Less 70 ft R-W IS f. 22 137.1 ..18794 E H & Beatrice Easley __ 199.28I AI. county


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I e I MINIATURE Dachshund Puppies I CLASSIFICATION 1IJ1II1III1ItIIItI11IIIIIII'.1!

SEE WANT-AD RATES AKC registered 2 males and 2
females have had shots. $50. :3

; .J't Phone 6-3800. ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE

bythe I Ii. I PH. 372-8441 1 In MemerUm
"" I 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY I Card .! Thmnks tl Wute4 t* BmM.thtaery .

I S Lest Fu4 It Taste 03
E _' f Services a BttlldlBf JtUterUls sBeaiebold
SUN rClassified -= OWNER 4 PcnoBBlised
: I .E 1 II BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof 9 Travel InfonnsOoB SI. Goecs sS
3M
i. E : OnlyI i Also N.W.lot 22nd In Gwynn Street.Oaks 110' 200x-xlSS',' = 1 I Special FterUU Netieei MUc.Aitlqses Fer Sal. 1C7 ,

.' 180 with view and privilegesof 20 5 Baby SiUe,.., CW1 Care Trading' Pests a
W'I
i DEADLINES Clear Lake. 376-5109. :: Places Te C. AndThings 68 nicies Waited 3
ALACHUA GENERAL St.. v. Mrs. C. M. Morrison 241 NE .. T. SeeAUTOMOTIVE FB.| on Weeds 1t
I, 11th Ter., $20 and $4 costs. I NICELY wooded residential lot ; ? Beats Msrtne E,il* H
I HOSPITAL John L. Mullen. DOS v. David Loyd. i Tues. thru Fri papers-S pm Day before publication 330x300 on paved road NW of 20 71 Camp Runt Flak If
2326 SE Ninth Ave. $22 and $4 costs. THEREIS i For ads to go In Sun. paper-11:00 I.m. Sat. town. approximately 3V. miles Satu-Ite.tab 73 Oftiee Equipment =

I May 9, 1964 Curtis E. Newsome d-I>a Alachua | For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pan. Sat.fi ii from 20 pet.city down limits.with$3,000 up to cash S yrs.or 71 77 Airplane MebEe flames fer Sale 71 MusIcal Herekudlse g
County Sanitary Septic Systems v. :::
ADMiTTEDWalter H Tracks far Sale
Blanche Dixon. 1114 NW 39th Ave.. $SL1Sand I (Minimum ad 4 lines) to pay. Call 372-0331. Tracks Wanted
79
i Benjamin Parrish Jr., $4 costs. LOTS M Tractors A Track Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE [
Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alac h u a I| FAMILY RATES .. Rtnttlsa
I 3 Trailer
\ Frank E. Philpott, Irma Mae County Sanitary Septic Systems v. Wl Large lots overlooking beautiful. Motorcycles Scooters 53 Lets fee Ski i
I,. J. Langford James Harry ley Stinson, 220 SE 50th St.. $20 and 1 Insertion .. :34c line Lake Wauberg. SI AnUm.blle Repairs 54 Waterfront Pre erfY P
$4 COStS. 3 Insertion 22c line Lots 1 Bi from campus near M Antemobilcs tar Bale U B.nses Sea Sale aJ
Ella Goodson Curtis E. Newsome d-I>a .Alachua Insertions ... 17c Inee
Riley Georgia 6 Univ. P.O. Also others. Ask us M Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL Cettsges Per Sale s
i County Sanitary Septic Systems v. Elliott i 12 Insertions .... I4c lineE about our 5 acre tracts 'lust a 37 Real Estate Excksnce S
, Ann Nobles, all of Gainesville, Moore 921 SE Ninth PL, $25 and i Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earned g few miles NW of town. Call 5* Real Estate Wanted s
$4 costs. x number of Insertions. == 3$ Oat ef Tewm Property
W. Bell Old Town. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR
Wayne Curtis E. Newsme d-b-a Alachua County 18 Schools InitracUeaIS
Sanitary Septic Systems v. Thomas 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 klBsie. D. eiDc. 40 Business Properties g
Johnson 1815 NE Eighth St., $8 and $C 25 Wanted-Instraetioa 41 BesMeBtlsJ laeeme s
dI
34 Waterfront 4) Farms Jk Acreage
I DISMISSEDLerecina costs. 5 Five letter words per line Property 43 Colored Property Rentals ft
Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alacbua Coun- I
I Howell EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property sales g
Wingate
Troy ty Sanitary Septic Systems v. Beautorc BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee 17 Work Wanted Halo
NW 40th Ave.. II
1020 $20 and tcosts. &
Barry
Myrtle Sherrer, Clara Nee '."i'i Same as > lines River at Rock Bluff. Call J7> 1C Work Wanted Female RENTALS I
i 8 Pt. ordinary type 6160. 14 Sales Help Wanted
Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alachua County -

Elizabeth Pinkins
' ley. Evonne Systems Mrs. D. Ash 20 IS Help Male or Female 44 CetUf For Seat
Sanitary v. 3 lines ON THE GULF
Filer, Nancy Kay Harden and more. Oca la. $25 and $4 costs. 1 12Pt.18Pt.. Same as type g 1] Male Help Wanted 43 Finished Apts. B
Julian Sanders d-I>a Sanders Texaco WORTHREADING ordinary fi Cedar Key Shores Dramane 4< rnfnnlsBed Apts. S
f' daughter, Irma Jean Vick and Service Station v. Birkett F. Jordan. m 11 Female Help Wanted 47 Haases for Rent Fern, g
Same as 4 lines
3433 NW First Ct., $16.95 and $4 costs.J. 1 ; & Other Properties 45 Houses for Bent Cnlarm. g
son, Courtney Waters, MargaretHill J. Hannah c1-l>a Joe's Standard Service == ordinary type == David AndrewsCedar FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4S Re... f.. Rest g

,.Mary C. Zetrouer, dance $21.46 and $4 costs. !! 5 M F&rm Equipment SO Hotel Reams
r James F. Hope. 506 NE 10th Ave.. v. Key 3841 :7 Feed Fertilizer 51 Mise. Rentals SHA
Harrison, Sherly Touchberry Jessie White Tampa. $202 and $4 costs. 24 Same .s S lines Ei ; 2 a Livestock Supplies Wanted T. Bent B
Robert T. Chace and John G. Kitchens Pt. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
and Griffith Goldie ordinary type 20 !t Landscaping Top SoD 5: Boarders Wanted H
Sophia
son. g
d-b-a Chace and Kitchens Appliances v. Reg Broker, specalizing In E 30 Pets Supplies S3 Office Desk Space g

Mills Ellen Bonneville, Flor- Florence$7JO costs.H. Williams. Mcintosh. $73.52 and I I ACE.LAKE 3 PROPERTIES miles No. of -Melrose ACRE. 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL (4 BBstaess BeaUle g

! ence Taft, Rachel Miller Ma. L. Monk c1-l>a Monk Tractor Co., v. The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one GR 5-2981. SERVICE
Ned Banks $16820 WHILE
Lacrosse and fc
ble McMullen, Camella Siminne, costs.H a incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement a LAKE GENEVA. contemporary, 3 I 5* Business Opportunities 2* Special Services g
L Monk db-a Monk Tractor Co.. is to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied bedroom 2 bath. nearly new. 57 Manes to Loan 23 Home Improvements 02
Cleveland Cannady, Li Ilia n v. Harrison Brown Rt. 3. $5421 and $C & by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will 5a Wood paneling open be a m e d 20 58 MeritagesS Jl Bsdie TV Service 03
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of g ceiling throughout. Roman
:s
Bonnewitz Boyd Baisden Gil- costs. the $ Money Wanted Appliance Furniture 38
advertisement. bath. Large screened patio.
COURT OF RECORD Work shop carport. 2 __ u __.._,-_.._.._- .-
berta Hess Charles Edward Criminal Dispositions acres. iIIK/L1 nHmiiiaumiipHnii / illtlllUlilllllilllllllililt20U8lWWiiSil2002lMiliiiI.5
Judge Ira Carter May < white sandy beach. $32,500. Melrose -
Hulette. -FOUnd guilty; Lincoln C h a r lea I The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- i GR 5-5661.
Brown. Archer reckless .driving. $35 or ledlng any advertisement which it deems objectional and to a CBS HOME, 3 BR 2 bath, LR, DR. 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Salt i
May 10 1961 15 days Samuel D. King Lacrosse no 1 chance the classification of any advertisement from that or- large Fla. room & util. Rm. on
valid driver's license, $35 or IS days; $I dered tit conform to ,the policy of the paper. extra large lot. Keystone Lake
Mr. and Mrs. George W. McKinney John Kenneth Melton Rt. 2. reckless driving 2 blocks to business dist., closeto 3 BR frame house 1 mile South 4 Bedroom 3 full baths in LIbby
traffic school and $20 costs: Earl- school of Waldo on Rt. 24. 16000. Phone Heights. This home has over 2.
431 NW 43rd Ave. I ine W. Richardson Rt. 2 violation of churches. Total' price 46H064 after 6 P.M. 300 sq. ft. of living space. air I
a driver's license restrictions Lewis -iTlflflT11Htllh1flEIRffillfl2lBlflHRil$0IIflhlfli..........!.-! .-.----- lntIIIIIIIIIIIImlrmllllllllllllllnnltnllllllllllllll MM! _' ___!"_ $21,000 terms. By owner, phone conditioned dishwasher and
girL I Thomas 1210B NE 25th St. no valid 473-4386. NEW MODERN 2 BR. CCB many other
drivers license. $25 or 3i days* : H. Taylor 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care 12 Male Help Wanted ONE BLOCK FROM LAKE house. 3 lots. Utility room tile plenty of living; "alf Jk this !
ADMITTED Hemler no life saving device on boat. GENEVA among beautiful trees bath. terrazzo floors lg. screened one. Will consider trade. For Information
'$20 or five days; Charles H. Pollack ARCHITECT or senior draftsman, 2 BR stucco home, large living porch. Access to Lake Santa call THE JAMES CO. I
Donna Lee McKinney, Geral- Jacksonville. $20 or five days PLANNED program awaits your permanent position. salary open. room with fireplace summer Fe. 12500. See across from Post OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Build .

dine Clare Meyers Ola Wilson James Dacey Jr. leaving the scene of i pre-school youngster at JACK Box 790. Lake City. Fla._ sleeping room lot 200 x 144. Office. Earleton Fla. ers of Kingsbury Homes. Phone
an accident. $30 or 30 days reckless & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREIn $10,000 to settle an estate. Make WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD 3722527. nights 4727401.
John William Copenhaven driving. $50 or 30 days. Music programs educational offer. distance to schools. 3 .
the Walking
insurance business. Must f
r acre 2 BR house, good water
Estreated the bond of William Barry IN film-strips. 7.45-5:15 Mon-Frtj ,
be BR 2 baths home In Skyline
between the of 25 to
50
.Robert Edward Syn Dorothy Martin III, 910 NW 36th Rd.. no valid 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. to qualify. Guaranteed ages starting LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE. furnished Heights. StudY. hardwood floors. near River county, landing on Waccas-

Lorene Adkins Ira Slaton Roberts -driver's license.without$20. Otis T.license Brown, $25.High C. Child Care In my home. Fenced salary. Call FR 2-7167 or FR home 3 BR, guest house bulit-m range & oven. Cent. of sa illness $7000.sacrifice on account W B. t
Springs. fishing a
yard. Reasonable rates. Good 22153 for Interview. garage utility room dock 210', heat. Shaded back yard. Call ton I
Anderson, Rt. Box 100-8,
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0. Dampier Alachua. no life saving de
Ben F. all of 376-0862.
Scruggs, vice on boat $25. references. Phone 372-3713. WANTED Caretaker on Lake many trees. 18500. Gainesville. Fla. !

Gainesville L. Bell Allen Ala- John Z. Dickinson Clearwater drunk place. Must be sober and have
; KIDDIE KORTChild LAKE CHIPCO lot 100 x 250' In NORTH WEST WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD 3BR. I
"NE
$35. Frank Morris Fomby 1127 Sec references. Furnished house and
chua; Carolyn Griffin Lake ond Ave.. no valid driver's license. $35;; care center FR 2-6647 good salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry Interlachen city water 700 of large. well landscaped lot
speeding. $35; failure to report an accident Co. 200 W. Univ Ave. hwy. No. 20. Price 1750. NEW BRICK with several trees. $900 down
City; Ethel Lee Harrison, Lake $35. Grelly R. Graves Oak WANTED BABY SITTING Job and take over an established
Ward Acres Tourist Ct.. drunk. $35. Andrew have transporation. Phone FR 2- SALESMAN salary, car allow JAMES H. McEACHERN MODELSOPEN mortgage; $97 per mo. pays ev-
J
City; Carolyn. Joyce Calvin Johnson 1221 SE 17th Ter.. THEWANT 1479. ance and commission. Age 25 to Realtor. erything. Call FR 6-9907.
Palatka 45 preferred. Phone FR 22533. Keystone Hts. 473-4106 10 am.'HI Dark
; Archie W. Yeomans, reckless driving $35. Betty Jean EXCELLENT care for Infant or FOR SALE by owner mOdem 3
Melrose Isabell! Melton Waldo Powers 1127 NE Second St. allowing child in my home. References. ASSISTANT grill man wanted. 35* Waterfront lot with house for FEATURES : bedroom house In Carol Estates.
; ; an unauthorized person to drive $35. Phone FR 68941.Employment. Good salary. Apply in person sale. At Suwannee Florida. See Furnished or unfurnished. Assume
Fred Watson, Williston. Jessie Lee Ranger 625 NW Seventh Wonderh use Restaurant. 14 D. E. Johnson Suwannee. Fla. Fireplaces 61 1 loan or refinance. Best
Ave.. Improper tag $35. V. L. Red- __ !.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. Screened porches offer. Call 3761416.NEAR
AIR CONDITIONED. gas heat Custom kitchen cabinets
DISMISSED field. Jacksonville. no life saving device -
WANTED one bus-boy Apply completely furnished 2 bedroom Oversized bathroomsPlus
on boat $25. Linda Smith fishing SCHOOLS. Attractive red-
In person between 10:09 and house on Cowpen Lake 22 miles other custom
Jesse'Lee Granger Gertrude without a license. $25. Virginia Stovall many
12.09 A.M. to the head wood fenced yard. 3 bedroo m
waitress. East of Gainesville Price $8,800. features
.Crowder, Lee W. Pankratz, Jacksonville fishing without a license, _Hotel Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. Terms available. Phone FR 6- VA & FHA TERMS home 16th PI.DUPLEX in. new condition 1206 N.E.

Florence: Gerard Monteen Cren- $25.order capias Issued for the arrest of: 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED T.V. TECHNICIAN Part-time 3672 Walking distance to elementary & Downtown Income prop.
Archie Wllllard Outlaw. Tampa, no valid SUN or full time. For appointment Jr. High Schools Shopping & erty. Priced at S6.500
shaw Emma' Lou Hatchell, driver's license and reckless driving BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS call 2-7326 between ':00 and 5:00 35 Houses for Sole Churches. HISTORIC WINDSOR Parcels 3
continued charpes against: Barney weekdays._ HUGH EDWARDS to 29 acres. $200 to S400 per
Velma Decker Lynne Owen Badferd Hunt Alachua, reckless drlvina Earn up to U per hour demonstrating ROUTE $14,77S up ON YOUR LOT. Open aero with terms.
Boddie Frank Watkins 1023 NW 40th famous Studio Girl MAN needed at once. AP. House Sundays 1 to 6 Designed -
p.m. HOME AND INCOME S bedroom
and son, Charles E. Kersey. Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Ply Canada Dry Bottling Co. or INC.
Ave.. reckless driving. James E. Brab- call 65825.MANAGER & engineered by U. S. home In excellent location for
ham Ft. Lauderdale worthless check. Phone 376-4336 after 6- Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St.372155l room rentals. $14,000 with terms.
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Nelson Lee Reeves 5715 NW Fourth PIH Tainees needed, age sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond. '
disorderly conduct. Robert Smith. Apt. BE A FASHION 21-50, steady employment. fringe brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 ALACHUAREALTY
Involved in accidents reportedby 236-R. Flavet III. fishing without a li SHOW DIRECTORNO benefits apply Jackson's Minit NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section
cense. Freddie DeCosta. beating board delivering or collecting car Market 1234 N.W. 16th Ave. Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- 3 bedroom. 2 tile baths
the Gainesville Police Department bill. Houston O'Steen 2300 SE 45th Ter.. Connie Robbins FR 6690. built-in appliances double carport -
withholding support. Clyde B. Rowe, reck. necessary. IMMEDIATE opening for station paved street. connected to
and Alachua CountySheriff's less driving. Frank Williams, Grove 6-1968 after 6:30 p.m. manager trainee. Salary p I us AN exciting home with space excellently sewer. Small down payment.
Park. withholding support. COVENTRY" commission free group insurance built. air conditioned Days phone 3723826Affer 6 Associates
office in the past 24 -dismissed: James Hubert Hunt, "SARAH management. OpenIngs paid vacation & other company 3 BR. 2 Bath family room and P.M. 376-4774. Aria T. Smith Realtor I
UNDER new benefits, Mabel Gore Associate
good opportunity fireplace now being completed
hours were: Ocala no valid driver's license $20 for fashion directors. Part I for advancement for right man. by Lloyd Myrick Builder in FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2448 J
Elmer S. Wlnn 4001 E. Univ. Ave.,
costs.
Elihue Joel 20 SW time or full time. For appomt- I Age limit 25 to 50. Apply 1025 Wimberly Estates outside city 3 BR, 2 bath Fla. Rm., closeto
Chapman valid driver's license.Theater
no ment. call 372-7049. N. Main St.3HeIp. limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off school. Littlewood Estates. N.W. Section 3 Br.. 2 baths large 1

8th St, and Robert H. Allen WANTED excellent typist for part N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22, $24,500 Reasonable down pay carport and utility. Paved street I
Halts Doyle. 500. Phone 25689. ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone curbing excellent condition.
Contact George Male
work. Femalt
Jr., 540 NE 9th St., in the 1100 time Gainesville Sun. or 372-5738. rear Terrace well landscaped. I
WEST VILLA ESTATES Reasonable 3725756
block of S. Main St., at 5:57 p.m. ADS HELP turn your spare time Into AFTERNOON paper roule now 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR.
Mixed Movie No soliciting or deliver available in Melrose. Man or bath wall-to-wall carpeting. central home located in Westmoreland 3 BR Fla. Rm., Carol Estates.
money.
yesterday. ing. Adjust your own workinghrs. woman wishing to supplement heating built in kitc hen Estates. On city sewers, paved near Metcalfe & Howard Bishop.
Marian A. Downing Rt. 4 and For appointment call income by S50 per week. Write includes dishwasher. Located on St 2 lg. bath Rms., lg. family Pay equity & assume VA loan
BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP) 372-7049 Circulation Manager P. O. Box large wooded lot with circle Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. with $77.94 mo. payments; Phone
Donald Dew 407SW 40th Ter., Gainesville or call FR drive. Orig. cost $20,000 balance Central heat, built-in kitchen In- 376-0539.
A leader of the National States STENOGRAPHERSHigh 2-8441. ext. 16._ $17,388. Equity $600. payments cluding GE dishwasher. 2 court
3 BR 2 bath house for sale. Total -
at SW 34th St. and NewberryBlvd. incl. taxes and Ins. SIC per schools. close to
School Graduate with abilityto MAN or woman to work In pack yards walk to
theater here cost 11500. Call FR 2-6936.
Rights party says a age store mo. Phone 3729172. U of F & medical center FHA
at 5:22 yesterday. type well and take dictation. part time, 1 to 5 P.M.
p.m. Apply in $22,700. Down payment $1,700. 2900 sq. ft. of luxury living. 4
has agreed to suspend showingof Excellent salary. S day week. person 114 S. Main St.
Excellent benefits. Dally Inter. 4 BEDROOM Immediate occupancy. Drive by bedrooms. CH & AC. CompleteGE
Court of Record a movie with an integratedcast. views 8 to 4 p.m. 100% GUARANTEE 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler kitchen. 2 yrs. old. $31,500.
Civil DispositionsJ. SPERRYELECTRONIC Large convenient type grocery $12,996.82Professional Brothers, 372-9545 daily 374-90X8 Flexible terms. FR 6-3569. 529
Inc. George H. NW 58th St.
C. Penney Co. v. Chain needs husband and wife night.

Penty. Merritt Island. $205 plus $1480 Dr. Edward R. Fields a leader t -. TUBE team to Manage convenient type home in better family than has new left condi this __..J....._ .....__ _"""",,_"'h<, __._u...__.........., .
Interest and $4 costs. C. DIVISIONSPERRY Grocery in Gainesville. Cash tion. 5Vj pet. VA loan. Pay only Wt .m:;: 'Emm; {7 :;O:" w..y..ifJ
Seaboard Finance Co. Inc., v. LindonJ. in the NSRP, said both his f RAND Bond required. Call 376-9264 4F2
$375 down. Monthly payments
and Margarite Llndsey. Trenton.
$483.41 and $6 costs. group and the Ku Klux Klan protested CORP.GAINESVILLE PLACEMENT SERVICE only $7097 plus taxes and insur t
W. C. Wood d-b-a MahaHey's Grocery FLORIDA Office. Professional ance. See this house soon. It c&heb1TDas1itbs
of the movie '
v. Bernice Foster. 309 SW Eighth Ave.. showing EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Technical will not be on the market long :

$tt.41 and $4 costs. "Free, White and 21" at a local EMPLOYMENTWanted College GraduatesFor for this low price. '
W. C. Wood d-I>. Mahaffey's Groceryv. apPt. call 372-6377 HUGH EDWARDS :
Melvin and Lois Colson. 1900 SE 13th drive-in. The States Rights or- part In time filling clerk-typist out Insurance experienced 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. .

St.Hamilton$2273 and and S5 Wells costs.! International Beau- ganization picketed the theater a and medical forms. Pleasa Monday PERSONNEL through CENTER Friday INC.N.E. W :

ty Supply v. DMa Vel Dink d-b-a Dena's Sunday night. call 3723697. 102 NW 2nd Avenue 16th Ave. 8. 15th St. I II

for Beauty. $77.2, $7.27 Interest and $4 CLERK Apply Ken's Bakery, Exp. secretaries, salary open 3721551. I i ii
costs. Fields said further picketingwas 15 SW 2nd St. Cashler-host, attractive
Jim Hope Electrical Inc. v. Hamilton White 607 N.W. 1 19th Ave.
Electric Co.. Inc.* S299.59 and $4 costs. planned Monday night but TWO JOBS AVAILABLE one Bookkeeper housekeeper salary open$25 wfc <: / ) ,II
Aetna Finance Co.. Inc.. v. Johnnie was canceled when the theater part-time the other from 5:00 Exp. Waitress salary & Consider carefully the following rIJ I. I
comm. features in this 3 BR. 2 Bath
Springs. $22.10
Mao Washington. High to 11:00 P.M. Age 2335. light Exp. mechanics II
$150 attorneys fee. and M costs. manager agreed to withdraw the CLASSIFIEDDial grill work experience helpful Store trainee hi tehl. grad. Ocala brick home. Cen. heat :
SixthSt. exceptional floo r ; 11fcaUto4'1 .
Paul William Jones 2104 NW but not necessary. Apply in per Off. trainee hi schl. grad. family room.
.. v. Robert Hunter. c1-1>. Bell Photo picture. son. Sandwich Inn 110 N. W. Tree surgeon foreman, $2 hr. plan beauty kit., heavily shaded :: 1
Service. $29.16 and $& costs. 16th Ave. Auto salesman corner lot. You can buy with
David R. Butler. db-a Butler's Radiator Pickets waving anti Jewish Short order Exp. terms to please you for $17400. j
Service. v. Pratt Perry. $4 costs. and Confederate WANT a beautiful business and Insurance grill man $
placards flags trainee, $100 wk. i
Baird Hardware Co.. Inc.. v. Marvin have fun. too? Route salesman. Levy Co. 3669 N.W. I .Villogc QfttJI
R. Walker 2215 SE 46th Ter. $89 23 and drove away all but a few poten- Phone 376-1480 CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday
$4 COStS.' II
120 SE 1st Ave. 16th Ave.We
Baird Hardware Co.. Inc., v. Industrial tial customers Sunday police Wednesday < Friday no other Phone 376-8234 .

Tool Supply. Inc.. $56 and $4 costs. said.I time please.HOSTESSCASHIER. only ask that you look at this SNEAK REVIEW
John L. Mullen D.D.S.. 1905 NW 13th; for daytime 18 Schools fir Instruction Brand new 3 BR, 2 Bath CB ;::.'.
work. Apply in person at Aunt home. The livable floor plan
Jemima's Kitchen 1614 N.W. MEN WOMEN AGE 18-ii" with family room will appeal to 1 Terfiy 1 tlH Dirk :

376-4672 13th St. or call 2-7140. WANTED you. Cent. heat and alrcondition-
Scheduled IMMEDIATELY
Events .
Varied Ing. Built-in elec. kitchen with r
WAITRESS Good hours good TO TRAIN FOR gobs of cabinets. Half acre landscaped :1
I salary. Apply In person. Won- CIVIL SERVICE lot. And much more for C: 1 ftei6WIB I:
2n2Wo
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derhouse Restaurant. 14 $.W.1st. offering $23,500. Terms to suit.
Behind Sears. good pay, security. For Inferrnation -
At UF the WeekTwo local interview write '
During
18-50 EDWARDSIKCJ
WANTED honest 10 able LADIES to handle- Ago large American Gainesville Service Sun. Box 411-M c-o UNIVERSITYREALTY I &HUGH

sums of money, paid dally. Apply _

concerts and a lecture on lems with Germany, Red China between at Florida hours of Motel 10:00-5-00 Hwy Sunday 441 Real Estate Exam v:::: 2831 U. E.15th Street : :

featured and the problems she faces in Monday and Tuesday. Ask COURSE ; t
Russia are among 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 Phone 372-1551
for Mr. Jimmie L. Massev ATTEND First lesson free fc(!
of her colonial world. AnnouncementsLOST Realtor
events the University No Phone Calls W. M. Munroe J
on Inc. HOWELL'S
Childscope. BUSINESS
COLLEGE Assoc: S_ E. McLaughlin Frank .... .. .
Florida campus this week. I In another event. this one in Please.pt1YSlClAt4S. COLLEGE f-r 218 W. Univ. Ave Roby, Roy McCann T. C. Douglas :::!: >:>.::: i":;&: u: mn. l i I IAffZ".iJ'J'
male Siamese kitten 5 mo. 6-3507. 372-3727.
Council observance of National Hospital Aide: Type meet Jr.
old.
The Lyceum sponsors vicinity of 22nd St. and 15th public; keep records. Salary MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for

concert by Gerson : Week the University Hospi. Ave. Phone 6-0601 after 5:00 according to ability and exper- CIVIL SERVICE ....... .
a pianQ P.M. ience. Ph. 376-2608 for applicotion. o/. .. ..'.! ;;;:;;;;;J.i;:!$ ;;; : : : :
Examinations.
Yessin faculty artist from tal and Clinics will hold op e n For informationsend
a name address & Phone
No.
Jacksonville University, tonightin house from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fri- 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE MAID wanted. 5 days a week 6 Key Training Service. 112 w. U
A.M. to 3 P.M. Must be good Adams St.. Jacksonville.
the University Auditorium day.Public LEARN -TO DRIVEl Special attention With children. Call FR 2-5169.

at 8:15 p.m. tours of the modern to nervous or elderly. NEEDED Business secretary. mature PRIVATE and first tutoring yr.. Col. -Jr.Experienced.High Better HurryIflE1 //

will facility will be conducted by Easy Way Driving School. FR permanent. Answer in qualified tutor, reas. rates call
I Yessin, a concert pianist, 2-70M. Lie by State of Fla. own handwriting givIng back. Barter 5:00 372-4276. I :

I play selections from Schubert, the Hospital's "pink lady" volunteers 6 SPECIAL NOTICESTRY ground. Salary open. Write Box SPEED WRITING ._SHORTHAND
417A.. coo Gainesville Sun._____ -
Prokofieff, Chopin, Liszt and announced Mrs. Rich- Secretarial Courses. Classes now I
showing .
EARN that extra money forming. Howelfs Business Col
William Hosklns. ard Schmidt, chairman of the DIADAX TABLETS (former. beautiful cosmetics ai advertised lege.. 211 W. Univ. Ave.. FR t28 -
ty Dex-A-DIat. ). New name, In leading magazines and -S07.
Gator tours for the University Hospital
The first of five Summer Good earn .
sam formula only ft cents. Ca- on T.V. by Avon.
Band twilight concerts on Auxiliary.The nov.'. Drug store 37 N. Main ings. Ideal for housewives. Call Livestock & Supplies MI HomestI

the Plaza of the Americas Is tours will begin in the St. IN GAINESVILLE. Ira Mrs.DIVISION Burns FR MANAGER 2-0421. 0

scheduled for Wednesday at 6:45: Hospital Lobby and will con ODI't PHARMACY LEADING Direct Sales Companyhas WANT AN ECONOMICALLYPRICED
lit Central: Plaza opening for* full-time man- FEED? Then try CPA
clude in the Hospital's Audi- (next to Winn-DIxIt) ager. Must have car, phone ex- Cooperative Mills 16 per cent

p.m.The free features a torium where a film describingthe For prescriptions & cosmetics parlance In Direct Selling. No Production Dairy part pulleted..
concert I.DU DRUGSTOREDUE Comm. For interv I a w Ideally suited for feeding on
wide variety of selections Including training of young doctors at write parties.D. Cox. P.O. Box 7471 Orlando pasture. Special for May only. Justin I
to divorce I have a like new
Left
the J. Hillis Miller Health Center giving resume of past ex FMX Gainesville or Alachua.Phone .
Concertos, Sousa sewing 1964 model machine.Zig Zag.that Automatic does ev perience.. m FR 2-1095 or 461-2105. I! .u
will be shown Mrs.
marches and Broadway show erything. We would like some- WANTED experienced waitresses 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
to take payments of $400 In person.
numbers. The concert will be di- Schmidt said. one per mo. Small up balance. Ph. 372- night Larry's shirts Restaurant., apply 1125 W. '

di- A statewide staff meeting of 2051. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good
rected Richard Bowles Ave.
Univ.
by W. for watch stock. and pets. FR 3 Pine Forest .. .
rector of bands at the Univ- the Florida Council for the CHIEFLAND NURSING HOME 2-0033.

Blind is scheduled for the J. has building.a few Homelike vacancies atmosphere, mode r n, FURNITURE GERMAN Shepherd pups AKC, oil f Jhl jaUe&t telling

sity.Dr. good food special diets. 24 hr. snots, ready to go. Shown week: 19. IIUIUlnily
Miller Health Center
Frederick H. Harbnann, Hulls professional nursing care. Chief. UPHOLSTERYFor days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. / =<7 !
I 13-15. land. phone 473-4781. and Sun. See Don Carney 3501
professor of political science May top quality workmanship NW 18th Ter.

speaks on Russia's increas ing Staff members of the s tat e 8 Baby Sitters Child Car. call 372-6142 Blade Labrador puppies best of y:9aIig.A1uIed I

will gather to hear blood lines. Fine to hunt or at C
problems in a public lecture agency
GAINESVILLE home. AKC reg. Call 372-5763 ute ce4e
Thursday in the Florida Union about recent techniques in eye TINY TOT UPHOLSTERY after 6 and all day Sat. t Sun. HUGH EDWAIDSINCIN.E.l6thAve.citl5thSt.

Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Hart- surgery and the prevention and 1508 NW. 13tk St. COW and hog dog puppies for
of diseases causing PLAY SCHOOL Free Estimates-net n> and sale. Vi Leopard U bull, tt curr.S10 Ph.372-1551 41k1
mann will discuss Russia'sever treatment Visit us and see for yourself. delivery. to 825. Phone 41aft _

increasing political: prob--blindness.DlAMArVETRlIDTO. 24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7806. er 5:30.

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: I. ANNOUNCEMENTS

bythe I .<," "V 'C" -I PH. 372-8441 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY 1 la Mem.rum
I I Card .i Thanks
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SUN -I : : f.r .1 OWNER 4 Personalised 'enleee

: BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockOf 5 Travel Inferaattoi
I I II Classified Only -1- N.W. 22nd Street. 110 xlSV, a S Special Notices
I
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; Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 2Wx- s 7 florist
180 with view and privilegesof I Baby Sitters. CtiPl Caret
B DEADLINES I Clear Lake. 376-5109. g Places T. G. And
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ALACHUA GENERAL St.. v. Mrs. C. M. Morrison. 241* NE < g Things T* S eAUTOMOTIVE
NICELY wooded residential lot.
11th Ter.. $20 and $4 costs.
I HOSPITAL John L Mullen CDS v. David Loyd. Tues. thru FrL papers-5 pm. Day before publication g 330x300 on paved road NW of -
2326 SE Ninth Ave. $22 and $4 costs. THERE !!! For ads to go In Sun. paper 1!:00 am. Sat. H town, approximately 3V* miles Salcs-RenUIs
7 Airplane
t May 9, 1964 Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alachua 80 For ads to go In Mon. paper-I pjn. Sat. g from city limits. $3,000 cash or 77 M.bDe Hcmrs Ur Sal.
20 pet. down with up to i yrs.
ADMITTEDWalter County Sanitary Septic Systems. v. Tracks fir Sale
Blanche Dixon 1114 NW 39th Ave. $93.18and (Minimum ed 4 lines) P to pay. Call 372-0331. 78 Wanted

Benjamin Parrish Jr., $4 costs. 20 LOTS 79 Tracks Rentals
80 Tractors A Track
Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alachua FAMILY RATES
!, Frank E. Philpott, Irma Mae County Sanitary Septic: Systems, v. WI- II j Large lots overlooking beautif u I ** Trailer Rentals& Scooters !

,. J. Langford James Harry ley Stinson, 220 SE 50th St.. $20 and Insertion ............................................... 34c: line 1 Lake Wauberg. S3 84 Astamibili Motorcycles Repairs
$4 costs. 3 Insertions ..................................._........._ 22c line H Lots 1 Bl from campus near Antemobilcs for Sal
I Riley, Ella Goodson, GeorgiaAnn Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a .Alachua' .= 6 Insertions ....._........................................ 17c line g Univ. P.O. Also others. Ask us S3 CarsEDUCATI'NAL
County Sanitary Septic Systems, v. Elliott :; 12 Insertions ................_.........................-.... 14e line s about our 5 acre tracts lust a 88 Swap
Nobles, all of Gainesville, Moore. 921 SE Ninth PL, $25 and 0 E Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earn- 3 few miles NW of town. Call

Wayne W. Bell, Old Town. $4 Curtis costs. E. Newsme d-b-a Alachua County IS a: ed x number of Insertions. = MARY MOELLER REALTOR 18 Schools InitrmcUon

Sanitary Septic Systems v. Thomas 101* W. Univ. FR 6-4471 19 Music Ditelnf'r
Johnson 1115 NE Eighth St.. $S and $4 t WU'ed-.lt..u.a

I DISMISSEDLerecina costs. 5: 5 Five letter words per line s 34 Waterfront Property
Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alachua County
: Wingate Troy How- Sanitary Septic Systems v. Beauford EMPLOYMENT
BEAUTIFUL lot on the $vwannee 17 Work Wanted Male
ell, Myrtle Sherrer Clara Nee- Barry costs. 1020 NW 40th Ave., $20 and $4 ''to 8 Same as 2 linesordinary River at Rock Bluff. Call 316.160. II Work Wanted Female
i Pt. .
Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alachua County type 5 14 Sales Help Wanted
I ley, Elizabeth Pinkins, Evonne '. = 15 Help-Mai* *r Female
Sanitary Systems v. Mrs. D. Ash- .
ON THE GULF
Filer, Nancy Kay Harden and more. Ocala $25 and $4 costs. = 12 Pt. Same as 3 lines 11 Mai Help Wanted
Julian Sanders d-b-a Sanders Texaco WORTHREADING ordinary type Cedar Key Shores DramatM
f\ daughter, Irma Jean Vick and Service Station v. Birkett F. Jordan I I 11 Female Help Wanted
3433 NW First Ct.. $14.95 and $4 costs.J. l8Ptordinarytype & Other Properties
son, Courtney Waters, MargaretHill J. Hannah d-b-a Joe's Standard Service 5 == David AndrewsCedar FARMS & LIVESTOCK

,. Mary C. Zetrouer, Clarice $21.44 and $4 costs. 5! St Firm Equipment
James F. Hope. 506 NE 10th Ave.. v. Key. 3841 =1 27 Feed Fertilber
Harrison, Sherly Touchberryand Jessie White Tampa. $202 and $4 costs.Robert .
8 I LIvestock SnppUea
Same
S lines
24 s
T. Chace and John G. Kitchens Pt WINFRED H. CRAWFORD jig
son Griffith Goldie 3 ordinary type 5! :. Landscaping Top SoDS
Sophia d-b-a Chace and Kitchens Appliances v. g Reg Broker, specallzlng In 30 Pets A Supplies
Mills Ellen Bonneville Florence Florence Williams Mclntosh $9352 and i g LAKE PROPERTIESACRE I
g SJ Llrestock: WantedFINANCIAL
S7.50 costs.H. = AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose,
Taft Rachel Miller Ma. L Monk d-b-a Monk Tractor Co.. v. CR 5-2981.
The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one H |
Ned Banks LaCrosse SIM 20 and $4 WHILE
ble McMullen, Camella Siminne, costs.H. 1 incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In adver H LAKE GENEVA contemporary. 3 S 5* Bislnets OpportunItIes
L Monk d.l>-a Monk Tractor Co. tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied H bedroom, 2 bath nearly new. H 57 Money t* Lean
Cleveland Cannady, Lillian v. Harrison Brown, Rt. 3, $5421 and $4 by the I Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will s Wood paneling. open be a m e d H fit Mortgages
costs. a be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of s ceiling throughout. Roman = S> Wanted
Bonnewitz Money
Baisden Gil-
Boyd COURT Of RECORD the advertisement. = bath. Large screened patio.

berta Hess, Charles Edward Criminal Dispositions Work shop, carport, 2 acres. !
Judg. Ira Carter May < white sandy beach. $32,500. Mel-
Hulette. -Found guilty: Lincoln C h a r Its The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of reviling or re- == rose, GR 5-5661.

Brown Archer reckless .driving $35 or !letting any advertisement which it deems obJectional and to ; CBS HOME 3 BR 2 bath, LR DR. 35 Houses for Sale :
May 10 1961 15 days; Samuel D. King. LaCrosse, no thane the classification! of any advertisement from that ordered large Fla. room & util. Rm. on
valid drivers license $35 or 15 days tn conform to the policy of the paper. extra large lot. Keystone Lake
Mr. and Mrs. George W. McKinney John Kenneth Melton, Rt. 2, reckless drIving 2 2 blocks to business dist.. closeto 3 BR frame house, 1 mile South
traffic school and $20 costs: Earl- = of Waldo on Rt. 24. $6000 Phone

431 ,NW 43rd Ave., a driven Ine W. Richardson.license restrictions Rt. 2 violation; Lewis of .o a.amnmutmnymssniisiwtytttuanmsmmnm.mmnmrntmmmrn.rn UII1IIW1I"UWW'.ull.; ....!. .--.wueuIuwuuuiMliwuIsjilnsuALusu2ui-,....._. $21,000.school terms.churches.By owner Total phone price 468-1064 after 6 P.M.

girl Thomas 121 OB NE 25th St. no valid 473:- 386. NEW MODERN 2 BR CCB
drivers license, $25 or :It days; H. Taylor 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care 12 Male Help Wonted ONE BLOCK FROM LAKE house. 3 lots. Utility room, tile
ADMITTED Hemler no life saving device on boat GENEVA among beautiful trees. bath terrazzo floors, Ig. screened
$20 or five days Charles H. Pollack ARCHITECT or senior draftsman. 2 BR stucco home, large living porch. Access to Lake SantaFe.
Donna Lee McKinney, Geraldine -Jacksonville. $20 or five days; PLANNED program awaits your permanent position salary open. room with fireplace summer $12,500. See across from Post

Clare Meyers Ola Wilson James Dacey Jr. leaving the scene of I pre-school youngster at JACK Box 790. Lake City. Fla._ sleeping room. lot 200 x 144'. Office. Earleton Fla.
an accident, $30 or 30 days. reckless & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. MEN LOOKING FOR FUTURE $10,000 to settle an estate. Make WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD
I John William Copenhaven, driving, $50 or 30 days. I Music programs, educationalfllmstrlps. In the insurance business. Must offer. Walking distance to schools. 3 -
-Estreated the bond of William Bar IN 745515. MonFrt
BR. 2 baths home in Skyline
be between the of 25 to
Robert Edward Syn Dorothy ry Martin III, 910 NW 36th Rd., no valid 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. to qualify. Guaranteed ages starting 50 LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE. fur Heights. Study hardwood floors

Lorene Adkins, Ira Slaton Roberts -driver's license $20 Otis T. Brown High Child Care In my home. Fenced salary. Call FR 27167. or FR nished home, 3 BR, guest house built-in range & oven. Cent
Springs, fishing without a license, $25. C.
yard. Reasonable rates. Good 2-2153 for Interview. garage, utility room, dock. 210, heat. Shaded back yard. Call
O. Dampler Alachua no life saving device _
Ben F. Scruggs, all of references. Phone 372.3713. many trees. $18,500. 376-0862.
on boat $25. WANTED Caretaker on Lake
Gainesville; L. Bell Allen, Ala- John Z. Dickinson. Clearwater drunk. place. Must be sober and have
KORT WEST
KIDDIE LAKE CHIPCO tot 100 x 250' In NORTH
Frank Morris NE Sec- references.
$35. Fomby 1127 Furnished house and
chua; Carolyn Griffin, Lake ond Ave.. no valid driver's license, $35; Child care center FR 2-6667 good salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry Interlachen city water, 700' of
Ethel Lee Harrison Lake I speeding, $35 failure to report an ac Co. 200 W. Unlv Ave. hwy. No. 20. Price 1750. NEW BRICK
City; cident. $35 Grelly R. Graves Oak WANTED BABY SITTING lob
Ward Acres Tourist Ct.. drunk $35 Andrew have transPOratlon. Phone FR 2- $SALESMAN salary, car allow- JAMES H. McEACHERN MODELSOPEN
City; Carolyn. Joyce
Calvin Johnson. 1221 SE 17th Ter.. THECLASSIFIED 1479._ ance and commission. Age 25 to Realtor.
Palatka; Archie W. Yeomans,I reckless driving $35. Betty Jean EXCELLENT care for Infant or i -45- preferred. Phone FR 22533. Keystone Hts. 473-4106 10am. Til I Dark

Melrose Isabell Melton Waldo Powers 1127 NE Second St. allowing child In my home. References. ASSISTANT grill man wanted. 35' Waterfront lot with house for FEATURES :
; ; en unauthorized person to drive $35 Phone FR 64941.Employment. Good salary. Apply In person sale. At Suwannee. Florida. See
Fred Watson, Williston. Jessie Lee Ranger 625 NW Seventh Wonderhouse Restaurant. 14 D. E. Johnson. Suwannee. Fla. Fireplaces
Ave.. Improper tag $35 V. t- Red- __!.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. Screened porches
DISMISSED field Jacksonville no life saving device AIR CONDITIONED gas heat, Custom kitchen cabinets
on boat $25. Linda Smith fishing WANTED one bus-boy. Apply completely furnished 2 bedroom Oversized bathroomsPlus
Jesse Lee Granger, Gertrude without a license, $25. Virginia Stovall. In person between 10:00 and house on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles many other custom
12:01
A.M. to the
without license. head waitress. East of Gainesville. Price $8800. features
Jacksonville a
Crowder, Lee W. Pankratz,I fishing Hotel Thomas 615 N.E. 2nd St. Terms available. Phone FR 6- VA & FHA TERMS

Florence Gerard Monteen Cren- $25.order capias Issued for the arrest of: 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED T.V. TECHNICIAN Part.time 3672 Walking distance to elementary &
Archie Wllllard Outlaw. Tampa. no ValId SUN or full time. For appointment Jr. High Schools, Shopping &
'shaw, Emma Lou Hatchell,' drivers license and reckless driving BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn call 2.7326 between '00 and 5:00 35 Houses for Sol Churches.
-continued charges against: Barney weekdays.
Velma Decker, Lynne Owen Bedford Hunt. Alachua reckless drlvina. up to $5 per hour demonstrating ROUTE SI ,77j up ON YOUR LOT. Open HUGH EDWARDS,
Boddie Frank WatkIns 1023 NW 40th famous Studio Girl MAN needed at once. Anply House Sundays. 1 to 6 p.m. Designed
and'son, Charles E. Kersey. Ave., reckless driving. James E. Brab Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. call Canada. Dry Bottling Co. or & engineered by U. S. INC.
-5825.
I ham, Ft. Lauderdale. worthless check. Phone 376-4336 after 6. Steel Corp., Home Division. 2100 NE. 16th Ave. & 15th St.
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Nelson Lee Reeves 5715 NW Fourth PI. FASHION MANAGER Tainees needed. age sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath, air cond. *372.1551
disorderly conduct. Robert Smith. Apt. BE A 21-50 steady employment fringe brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801
Involved in accidents reportedby 234-R Flavet III. fishing without a license SHOW DIRECTORNO benefits apply Jackson's Minit NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section
Freddie DeCosta beating board delivering or collecting car Market, 1234 N.W. 16th Ave. Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- 3 bedroom 2 tile baths,
the Gainesville Police Department bill. Houston O'Steen 2300 SE 45th Ter.. WANT Connie Robbins, FR 6690. built-in appliances double carport -
withholding support. Clyde B. Rowe. reckless necessary. IMMEDIATE opening for station paved street, connected to
and Alachua CountySheriff's driving. Frank Williams, Grove 6-1968 after 6.30 p.m. manager trainee. Salary p I us AN exciting home with space excellently sewer. Small down payment. i"l
commission, free group Insurance built air conditioned 3723826.fter 6
phone
Park. withholding support. "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER Days
office in the past 24 -dIsmissed: James Hubert Hu n t, management. OpenIngs paid vacation & other company 3 BR. 2 Bath family room and P.M. 376-4774.
new benefits, good opportunity fireplace, now being completedby
Ocala valid driver's license $20
no Part
hours
were: fashion directors.
for
for FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious
advancement for right man. Lloyd Myrlck Builder In
costs. Elmer S. Wlnn 4001 E. Univ. Ave..
Elihue Joel Chapman, 20 SW no valid driver's license.Theater time or full time.. For appoint- Age limit 25 to 50. Apply. 1025 Wimberly Estates outside city 3 BR 2 bath. Fla. Rm.. closeto
ment. call 3727049.WANTED '
_N. Main St.3HeIp. limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off school. Littlewood Estates.
8th St., and Robert H. Allen I excellent typist for part N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $2V $24,500 Reasonable down pay-
9th Halts time work. Contact George Doyle J Male or Female 500. Phone 25689. ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone
Jr., 540 NE St., in the 1100 Gainesville Sun. WEST VILLA ESTATES 3725738

block of S. Main St., at 5:57 p.m. ADS HELP turn your spare time Into AFTERNOON paper route now 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 tiled FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR.
Mixed Movie money. No soliciting or deliver available in Melrose. Man or bath wall.to-wall carpeting. central home located In Westmoreland:
yesterday. ing. Adjust your own working woman wishing to supplement heating, built in kitchen Estates. On city sewers paved
Marian A. Downing Rt. 4 and hrs. For appointment call income by S50 per week. Write includes dishwasher. Located on St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family
BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP) 372-7049 Circulation: Manager. P. O. Box large wooded lot with circle Rm. & living Rm., dining area.
Donald Dew, 407 SW 40th Ter., 57. Gainesville. or call FR drive. Orlg. cost $20000, balance Central heat built-in kitchen including
A leader of the National States STENOGRAPHERSHigh 2-8441 ext. 16._ $17,380. Equity $600 payments GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
at SW 34th St. and NewberryBlvd. theater here School Graduate with ability MAN or woman to work In pack incl. taxes and Ins. $143 per walk to schools. close to
Rights party says a store, mo. Phone 372-9172. U of F & medical center FHA
at 5:22 yesterday. to type well and take dictation. age part time, 1 to 5 P.M..
p.m. has agreed to suspend showingof Excellent salary. 5 day week. Apply In person 114 S. Main St. $22,700 Down payment $1,700.
Excellent benefits. Daily Interviews 4 BEDROOM Immediate occupancy. Drive by
Court el Record a movie with an integratedcast. 8 to 4 p.m. 100% GUARANTEE 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler

Civil Dispositions SPERRYELECTRONIC Large convenient type grocery $12,996.82Professional Brothers. 372-9545 dally 376-9048
). C. Penney Co. Inc.v.. George H.Pf'ftty. Chain needs husband and wife night.
Merritt Island. $205. plus $1480 .. TUBE team family has left this
to
Interest and $4 costs. Dr. Edward R. Fields a leader > DIVISIONSPERRY Manage convenient type home In better than new condi _... ."w., .._..W. i h.. .......'
Seaboard Finance Co. Inc.. v Lindon in the NSRP, said both his e. RAND _Bond Grocery! required.in Gainesville.Call 376-9264 Cash tion. 5Vi pet. VA loan. Pay only :'-: ::':: -; : "Z..::-,::;:;;;;...'!'.: : :;;;;; ; : : ;
$375 down. Monthly payments
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J. and Margarite Lindsey. Trenton. !
$4(141 and Si costs. II group and the Ku Klux Klan protested CORP.GAINESVILLE PLACEMENT SERVICE only $7097 plus taxes and insur '

W. C. Wood d-b-a Mahaffey's Grocery. of the movie FLORIDA Office. Professional ance. See this house soon. It }i ? :
v. Bernice Foster. 309 SW Eighth Ave.. showing EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Technical will not be on the market long

SW.41 and $4 costs. "Free, White and 21" at a local EMPLOYMENT College GraduatesFor for this low price. r
.
b-a Mahaffey's Groceryv. appt. call 372-6377
W. C. Wood d ,. EDWARDS
HUGH
4 Melvin and Lois Colson. ?QO SE 13th drive-in. The States Rights organization Wanted part time clerk out'typist insurance ex- 10-1200 ..?.. 2-400 P.M. ,
perlenced In filling -
$22.73 and SS costs. Monday through Friday
St.
picketed the theater & and medical forms. Please PERSONNEL INC.N.E. .
Hamilton and Wells International Beauty CENTER
Supply v. Dena Vel Dink dbDena's Sunday night. call 372.3697.CLERK 102 NW 2nd Avenue 16th Ave. & 15th St. I' a

for Beauty. S79.29. S7J7 Interest and $C Fields said further Apply Ken's Bakery, Exp. secretaries, salary open 372-1551.
costs. picketingwas
15 SW 2nd St. Cashler-host. attractive
Jim Hope Electrical. Inc. v. Hamilton planned Monday night but White housekeeper, $25 wk. 607 N.W. 1 19th Ave. ti
Electric Co.. Inc.. 1297.59 and $4 costs. TWO JOBS AVAILABLE one Bookkeeper salary _
Aetna Finance Co.. Inc., v. Johnnie from 5:00 open Consider carefully the following Hj :
canceled when the theater part-time, the other Exp. Waitrev,
I' Mae Washington. High Springs. S422.10 was to 11:00 P.M. Age 23-35 light Exp. mechanics salary & comm. features in this 3 BR 2 Bath. :;;:: )

$150 attorneys fee and *6 costs. manager agreed to withdraw the grill work experience helpful Store trainee. hi schl. grad. Ocala brick home. Cen. heat
Paul' William Jones. 2104 NW SixthSt. but not necessary. Apply In per- Off. trainee, hi schl. grad. family room, exceptional floo r
.. Robert Hunter. d-b-a Bell Photo picture. plan beauty kit.. heavily shaded ..,
v. son. Sandwich Inn. 110 N. W. Tree surgeon, foreman. $2 hr. ;!
Service. $29.14 and $4 costs. Pickets anti Jewish 16th Ave. Auto salesman, Exp. corner lot. You can buy with b :
David R. Butler. d-b-a Butler's Radia waving Short order grill man terms to please you for $17,500. ;'.;., .
tor Service. v. Pratt Perry. $4 costs. placards and Confederate flags WANT a beautiful business and Insurance trainee, $100 wk. / l
Baird Hardware Co., Inc.. v. Marvin have fun too? Route salesman. 3669 N.W. I /
Levy Co.
R. Walker. 2215 SE 44th Ter. $8?.23 and drove away all but a few poten- Dial Phone 376-1430 CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday
$4 costs.
Baird Hardware Co., Inc., v. Industrial tial customers Sunday police Wednesday & Friday, no other 120 Phone SE 3764734 1st Ave. 16th Ave.We .

Tool Supply Inc., $54 and $4 costs. said.Varied time pleaseHOSTESSCASHIER. only ask that you look at this
John t- Mullen. DOS.. 1905 NW 13th, for daytime 18 Schools & Instructions Brand new 3 BR, 2 Bath CB I

work. Apply in person at Aunt home. The livable floor plan
1614 N.W. with family room will appeal to
376.4672 Jemima's 13th St. or Kitchen call 27140. MEN WANTED- WOMEN AGE 18-55 you. Cent. heat and alrcondition-
Events ScheduledAt IMMEDIATELY
Ing. Built.in elec. kitchen with I ; :
TO TRAIN FOR
Good hours goodsalary.
WAITRESS. gobs of cabinets. Half acre landscaped I
I Apply In person. Won- CIVIL SERVICE lot. And: much more for : 2ee
derhouse Restaurant. 14 S.W. offering $23.500. Terms to suit.
1st. Behind Sears. good pay, security For Information
UF the WeekTwo local
Interview
During WANTED honest. 10 able LADIES to handle- Age large 18-50, American Gainesville Service Sun. Box 411-M write c-o UNIVERSITYREALTY Ij HUGH

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sums of money. paid dally. Apply

concerts and lecture on 1 ems with Germany, Red China at Florida Motel Hwy Sun-441 Real Estate Exam }f 2831 : ,
between hours of 10:00-5:00 :+
Russia are among featured :and the problems she faces in day. Monday and: Tuesday. Ask COURSE
N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W.
111$
for Mr. Jimmie L. Massey. ATTEND First (Ii
lesson free
of I colonial world. AnnouncementsLOST
Realtor
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events on the University icr Childscope Inc. No Phone Calls HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE M. Munroe. .

Florida campus this week. In another event, this one in Please.PHYSICIANS. COLLEGE f-P 218 W. Univ. Ave Assoc Roby S.Roy E.McCann McLaughlin T. C. Frank Doug jJr: : :q "
male Siamese kitten, 5 mo. 6-3507, 3723727.
The Lyceum Council sponsors -c)bservance of National Hospital old. vicinity of 22nd St. and 15th Aide records.: Type Salary; meet MEN las Jr.
public; keep & women 18 to 55 to train for
Gerson 1 Week the Ave. Phone 6-0601 after 5:00PM. and exper-
University ability
a piano concert by Hospital according to CIVIL SERVICE '
ience. Ph. 376-2408 for applica- -
Vessm a faculty artist from j and Clinics will hold open tion. Examinations. For informationsend

Jacksonville, University tonightin I house from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fri- 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE MAID wanted. 5 days a week. 6AM. Key name Training address Service.& Phone 112 No.W.

to 3 P.M. Must be good Adams St., Jacksonville. '
Auditorium I
the University day.Public LEARN .TO DRIVEl Special at- with children. Call FR 2-5169.

%t 8:15: pjn. tours of the modern tentlon to nervous or elderly. NEEDED Business secretary mature PRIVATE and first tutoring yr. Col. -Experienced.Jr.. High. ii H

Yessin, a concert pianist, will j facility will be conducted by Easy 2-7002.Way Lie by Driving State of School.Fla. FR own, handwriting permanent. giving Answer backGround In- _atter qualified 5:00 tutor 372-6776., reas. rates, call

I play selections from Schubert, 1 the Hospital's "pink lady" volunteers 0 SPECIAL NOTICESTRY 417... .c-o salary Gainesville open. Write Sun. Box SPEED WRITING ._SHORTHAND I riBetter .

Prokofieff, Chopin, Liszt and 1 announced Mrs. Rich- Secretarial Courses. Classes now
showing .
EARN that extra money forming. Howelfs Business College. -
William Hoskins. ;ard Schmidt, chairman of the DIADAX TABLETS (former.fy beautiful cosmetics as adVertised 211 W. Unhr. Ave. FR 6- 1 :
Oex-A-Olet). New name. leading magazines and 3507.
The Ga- tours for the University Hospital In
first of five Summer same formula, only 9$ cents. Ca- on T.V. by Avon. Good earn ,
tor Band twilight concerts on' Auxiliary. nova's Drug Store 37 N. Main ings. Ideal for housewives. Call 28 Livestock & Supplies

the Plaza of the Americas is The tours will begin In the St. Mrs. Bums. FR 24)421. 0
IN GAINESVILLE. its DIVISION MANAGER
scheduled for Wednesday at 6:45: Hospital Lobby and will con 001'* PHARMACY LEADING Direct Sales Company WANT AN ECONOMICALLY ,

clude in the Hospital's Audi- 116 Central Plaza has opening for! full-time man- PRICED FEED? Then try CPA Just. 'j
(next to Wlnn-Dlxlel ager. Must have car. phone experience Cooperative Mills 16 per cent
pm.The free concert features a torium where a film describingthe For prescriptions & cosmetics In Direct Selling. No Production Dairy part pulleted.
IDU DRUGSTOREDUE parties. Comm. For Interview Ideally suited for feeding on
wide variety of selections Including training of young doctors at to divorce I have a like new write D. Cox P.O. Box 7471. Orlando pasture. Special for May only.

concertos, Sousa the J. Hillis Miller Health Center 1964 model Zig Zag Automatic giving resume of past ex _FMX Phone FR Gainesville 2.1095 or or 461.2105.Alachua. i .u
sewing! machine. that does ev perience. 1
1
will be shown Mrs. :
marches and show <
Broadway erything. We would like someone WANTED experienced waitresses.
30 PETS & SUPPLIES
numbers. The concert will be di- Schmidt said. to take up payments of $6.00 night shifts. applY In person.Larry's q
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- Restaurant. 1125 W.

rected by Richard W. Bowles director A statewide staff meeting of 2051. Univ. -ve. ENGLISH for watch shepherd stock ,and puppies.pets.Good FR ii ... in Pine Forest

of bands at the Univ the Florida Council for the CHIEFLANO NURSING HOME 2-0033.

Blind is scheduled for the J. has building.a few Homelike vacanctes atmosphere, modern FURNITURE GERMAN shepherd pups -Kc:. all -&

sity.Dr. Hulls Miller Health Center good food, special diets. 24 hr. shots. ready to go. Shown weekdays : e _ftite&t &Mny
Frederick H. Harbnann, professional nursing care. Chief UPHOLSTERY after 7 P.M., all day Sat.

professor of political science, May 13-15. land, phone 493-1781 For toP quality workmanship and NW llth Sun. Ter.See Don Camey 3501 (

Staff members of the tat call 11:9ia% ,
s e
speaks on Russia's increas ing 8 Baby Sitters Child Car 372-6142 Black Labrador puppies best of

problems in a public lecture agency will gather to hear blood lines. Fine to hunt or at
GAINESVILLE 372-5763 c27e4C
home. AKC reg. Call cte
Thursday in the Florida Union about recent techniques in eyesurgery TINY TOT UPHOLSTERY after 6 and all. day Sat. & Sun. HUGH

Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Hart- and the prevention and 150S N.W. 1ft Sf. COW and hog dog puppies for .
PLAY SCHOOL aM L 15th St.
of diseases causing Free Estimates-P1C& up sale to Leopard. U bull, U. curr. N.E.16th Ave. ot
mann will discuss Russia'sever treatment
Visit us and see for yourself. delivery. $10 to $25. Phone 481-2545 after -

increasing political prob- blindness.piMArY1Rif7o. 24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7804. 5:30.


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Ilf 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sale 42 Farms & Acreage 44 Cottage for Rent 44 Cottages for Rent

I
SMALL furnished cottage and FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage an
Ut mile north of Sperry Plant OH MOM ACREAGE trailer for rent. Suitable for electric, tile shower, ctilation -'
EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned McKINNEY practically new 2 BR home You'll love this 3 bedroom, 2 bath working couple. Moore's Trailer located on Santa F.
i. 3 BR home Paneled Family III with full tile bath on 11/3 acre beauty at top Northeast location. 41 acres apprx. Nice livea b I e Court 2330 E. Univ. Ave. Lake. Phone FR 25451 w

f: THE TIME IS NOW. area Room for adjoining extra living spaciousness.- dining I GREEN 376-4295 shaded lot.after$7.000 5pm.Terms. Phone. Terrazzo floors. G.E. built in 300 house acres, W. with of Gainesville 80 acres of 11000.corn 3764164. 8169.

oven and range. Newly redecor.
electric range and dishwasher. : DEATON planted. 200 under cultivation '0
ated. $15,500 $600 down. FHA.
Assume 4Vi cent Cl mort
per
acres pasture. 3 acres tobacco
gage. Will consider financing Realtors Pay only $101 per month Including allotment, bal in
MSUBURBAN pert pasture.
' balance. See this unusual. buyat taxes and Insurance. water. 45 head of black angus Norwood

J Do You Have A Room, Apartment 2213 NE 7th Ter. BUSINESS : HUGH EDWARDS, cattle.Equipment.NW of Tractor.Gainesville.Realistic Inc. 1[SAVE!

LOVELY home on Ig. beautifully Close to Court House Zoned INC. Price Good terms good road. Hope
'I landscaped lot in Idylwitd. 3 Business (B2) Lot 133 by 100 Call
: Or House to Rent? BR 2 bath, Fla. Rm. Room this property can be purchased Suburban living C.B. 3 Br., 3 acres N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. MARY MOELLER REALTOR "H" Inc.
spacious. Cent heat & A-C Excellent 3721551.
at RIGHT PRICE Call land. $12.60000 call Mary Moel- 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-447)
for entertainment & well FR 23417CREEKSIDE ler
I
I situated for children on dead N.W. AREA 40 ACRES 1115 NW 40th Drive We Trade Homesor

end street. Near new school. CONTEMPORARYAnglewood. COMPLETELY redecorated. Large Uncleared land. South of Newber- 3 Br. 2 Bath
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS Lg. hobby. utility rm. 2 car : yard with patio. Lovely living rye SlOG per acre. Terms. S. E. Property
carport. Ample closet space. 1 Modern HOME Central heat SW corner lot 3 Br. area. 3 Bedrooms 2 baths. Sapp. Realtor Newberry, Flor We must sacrifice this
cedar lined. Call owner FR *- large beautifully landscaped 2 bath C.B. Dbl garage Fla. $11.000. with easy terms. Call ida. Phone 4772000. [ -Our inventory is too BllnfflsmffxnnUfflffl"""""
F YOU MORE than the ad that will rent 4232. creek-side lot. together with room, cent heat 2,000 sq ft livIng Les Jackson Associate anytime. much We will take
; 2.4 ACRES-$1600
LIKE NEW 3 BR, 2 Bath, Lg. 3617 GUEST HOUSE Call FR 2- call area.Mary Immediate Moeller occupancy ERNEST TEW, REALTYFR LOS TRANCOS WOODS I $850 for our equity. The following are ready for
LR., with fireplace D.R.. builtin 6-6441.
it Public utilities paved road frontage occupancy.
kitchen, enclosed patio 2 school bus service. Drive | You assume $17,000

car carport, central air-cond. DUPLEX : INVESTMENTIncome West on Newberry Rd.. turn j Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PL
and heating. Near schools. 37 Real Estate ExchangedSELL SR 241 watch for signon take
right on Hurry to advantageof
Let us shoW this attractiveand 4-BR 2 bath, $700 down.
you U.of F.
Here's what COSTS Priced to sell. 3505 N.W. 13th prop near camp. right. Terms if desired.
your Vacancy YOU Ave. Tel. 2-6795. well located two story duplex us for sale or lease suitable for Ralph FOSSEY Realtor this. $107 mo.
that we have listed Good small shops will build to suit or trade for farm land In
until rented OWNER transferred. 3 BR house condition Fully furnished Income tenants. Investigate this offer. Alachua County. 3 Bedroom spa- 11"Selling W. University Florida Ave.Since Ph 1906"376-1359 1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI.
d EVERY DAY it is
: VA financed. 2 yrs. old. $400 of $175.00 per month Call Mary Moeller.INVESTMENT. cious house. Quiet neighborhood.Close 3 Br. 2 Bath I BR m bath, $COO down.
I cash. Take up payment of $82 Could be used as a home with to University. FR 2-0992. t9t per mOo
Fordyce Acreage Our Loss Gain
Your
.
per mo. Ph. 3723263. I an Income Attractively priced -

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Don't wait Call FR 3617 38 Real Estate Wanted -Our inventory must 3330 & 3320
J. W. Appr. 300 x 300' comprising 33 Approximately 100 acres of beautiful be lowered We will
I ASSOCIATESJ. Br. 1 bath homes at 728 & 804 pasture land, $165.00 an NW 30th Ave.
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day KIRKPATRICKHANDSOME Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth NW. 16 Ave. Drive past & call WANT TO BUY acre. Fenced and cross fenced. I take $850 for our eQui. 3 BR. 1 bath $550 dn, $7 J8
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Mary Moeller ty. You assume $13.600 per ire.
Multiple Listing 2 or 3 bedroom home with Land In and near Gainesville easily (Approx.) mortgage -
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day traditional residence; family room and 2 baths. Kitchen accessible and attractively | Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI.
of the most beautiful In
one must be equipped. Central
priced. 2 acre tracts.
MARY 4518 (4608 SE 2nd PI.
Gainesville. Space design custom now!
LAKE FRONT heat preferred. Must be priced
: $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day details and special quality right with reasonable down pay- Nearly 500 acres $22500 an acre. IIIIIIlIIIhIUlnlllllllnrftIlIIIllIllIUIllIIItIIIlIIIII! 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn. $61

throughout for the discriminating ment. Write to Box 365-A Good close, in NW section. i per mo.

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day buyer.SLIGHTLY EstateFor MOELLER Gainesville Sun. FOR RENT
suburban. Several most 3 lots 75 x 141 in NW section == 205 SE 38th St.
attractive three bedroom two for low price of $800 each, let Bath. $300 dn., $46 per me
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day bath houses. each with large the discriminating home buyer 39 Out of Town Property us tell you about these and 124 SE 7th St.I .
family room well kept lot and that wants the advantages of REALTOR many other lots now available. 3BRlBath 303 SE 38th St.

: $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day paved 15000.street.to S20.000.SUMMER Prices. range from the country and the conveniencesof I| 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
the city this Is the home for
bath
:1 3 home
STARKE 11
places: On Cowpen you. Custom designed and built 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 on large: lot room in choice neighbor ForHyce IIJIIII.IIIIIIIIJ""I! I -!IIIIIII 3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn. $64

; $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day lake. furnished, two bedrooms. $.- for the large wooded lot over hood. Close to bank, church. per mOo
800.00; on Lake Rosa comfortable the water will love Associates Inc.
three bedroom, deluxe looking you post office schools & market. Norwood IIlIlInnnlIIIllftlllhllftulll! !!! r11dbllllII1mI1!! !!! !
the foyer the spacious living PARRISHPRESENTS Ideal for home & office apts.. ,?& W. Univ. 376-H36
I $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day kitchen. extra deep lot. 518,. room with 'fireplace roomy kitchen nursing home beauty shop etc. I
under
The following are con
000 Lake Serena exceptional
Including range refriger. $32.000 or trade for Gainesville
43 Colored Property struction and will be ready
residence and other build.
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day Ings. 335 feet lake frontage. freezer ator dish separate I washer dining and room deep, 4 property.Fla. Write Box 277 Starke Hope"H" for occupancy soon.

$25.500.EXCELLENT lovely bedrooms 2W baths anda _
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day selection of lovely 12x45 front screened porch. HOUSE FOR sale in Keystone HOMES FOR SALE Inc.
lots: Over an acre In restricted .The 2098 sq. ft. of living area Heights, Fla. 3 BR., 2 baths 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & 3236 NW 29th Ave.
area. good for split level house Is centrally heated and air conditioned JOYOUS LIVING. Relax and en- acre lot will sacrifice. Appraise SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay 3 BR, 2 bath, $700 dn. Sl
$95 mo. . $3.16 day laY life and family in this We Trade Homesor
your
i per per $7,500 In Westwood Little- by 3 A-C units. An added at sis.ooo. will sell for sum ment. Some small down pay'mente per mOo
t wood area all Improvements feature is the University 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Large Call 376-1168 Gainesville after Monthly payment $57 to
$3.33 $4500 Small acreage closein tested 19 man bomb shelter. Located living room wall to wall carpet $65. Also homes built on your PropertyrnbnHnHmBmnnH0mmllm0nflm
$100 per mo. . per dayI pm. 3301 & 3311
and brick fireplace. Separate din- 5'I
$9.00 many others In all lust outside the city limIts 'I lot for no down payment.
areas.J. this Is an exceptional buy. Ing room Florida Room, built. Call TOMMY RIDGELL NW 30th Ave.
W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS in kitchen plus a lovely screened 40 Business PropertiesFIRT I Builder Phone FR 7-415 ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR. 2 bath $650 dn $91
I patio on a large beautiful II
I OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. per mo.
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Member Multiple Listing wooded lot. TIME OFFERED FOR SALE. 44 Cottages for Rent JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF *
31 N. Main Phone FR 2.a.4c. If you are looking for a fine INCOME ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE BEAUTIFUL 10-UNIT MOTEL. YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave.

l I ASSOCIATES Mathiasen: Irene Bunnell PROPERTY call US to Lovely 3 bedroom 2 barn home- ALSO 2 BR HOUSE AND OFFICE BEACH HOUSE on Crescent 1123 s.e. ,4th STREETFR 3 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn. SUper
I Floye see this 3 bedroom home withan with wall to wall carpet and an COMPLETELY FUR Beach. Only a few weeks still 6-5301 or FR 67989onmumm0EmllJmHm0 mOo
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS A. W. Reece. Capt., USN. Ret. attached 2 bedroom apt. Both .
completely furnished and only old brick fireplace In II v I n g NISHED 5 ACRES LANDSCAPED free. Call FR 25281.WATCH .
room. Florida room built in LIKE A PARK. THESE m ---- -
$13,300. Apt. Is rented for $7000
I kitchen central heat and cen- UNITS ARE VERY ATTRACTIVEAND I
FRED per month.REDUCED tral air conditioning screened CLEAN. COMPLETELY FOR

J Beautiful lot In porch and a lovely fenced in EQUIPPED WITH AIR-CONDI J
Black Acres near UniversityGolf back yard with pool and shuffle. TIONING AND HEAT GOOD' IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT HOUSE HUNTING?
board court. Under 30000. WELLS. REAL COUNTRY LIVING .
I 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole ARNOLD Course now only 3200. RESTFUL. QUIET AND Cooperative apartments to

TEMPTING BUY Four bedroom COMFORTABLE. DAN ISO N be built In Gainesville. For
SMALL JOHN MERRILL 2 bath home In Mason RANCH MOTEL LOCATED 2 Information call FR 62921or
DOWN PAYMENT
BR 2 baths. Ig. LR walk-In REALTOR Manor walking distance to Lit. MILES EAST OF WILLISTONON write; CHECK THESE NORTHWEST
closets. dishwasher Sm. down 3 BEDROOM 1 bath CCB homeIn REALTORMULTIPLE tlewood and Westwood. Large HWY. 27. FOR IMMEDIATE
Melton Manor Klncald P. O. Box 13956
payment. VA mtg., swim pool living room Ideal for family living.
SALE $45,000. GEORGE D.
privileges. 376-1583 after 5. Road). Small payments. Phone LISTING Lovely fenced In back yard. DAN I SON, OWNER. ADDRESS Gainesville. Fla. HOMES TODAY:
FR 22940 week
Sundays days PHONE 3721494
I Central heat and central air con 126 AVE. N.E., ST. PETERSBURG
3RD
FHA House for sale NE sectionat after 4.30 p.m. Littlewood! ASSOCIATESMARCELLA : ditioning. Loads of privacy on University Park
FLA. PHONE 896-
value of Si0,000. PARDIW.
appraisal this nice
$300 down payment. low monthly 2 BR. CCB. 3130 N.W. 10th St. Westwood SchoolsThis H. BUCKHANNAN quiet street. 2576. Apts. $15,400Three
payments. 3 BR 1 bath, car Stove. refig.. auto. washer air .
1960 "Parade of TIME TO BUY IS NOW And
port large storage. Call after cond.. Included. Total $8500 lowdown Homes"I. we have lust the house for a 42 Farms & Acreage
house has a family rO I.
$65 mo. Drive by or model. All brick
per colonial
6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. looking an enclosed Redfranks young executive with a growing bedroom two bath
call 376-1963 after 5 P.M.
FOR only $450 down $1.27 per tral air conditioning.. 3 bedroomsand family. Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE front corner lot paved street all city services, walkto
I month payments. you can qua BY OWNER S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom 2 baths for only 122.000. bath home In Anglewood lovely RURAL PROPERTIES elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550
lify for 4 BR. 2 bath home 1806 2 bath home central heat. Ask to see this new listing in RealestateWANT living room, dining room, Quality Homes month complete. These homesare
NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside hardwood floors. 2-car garage. this desirable area. y family room and built In kItchen ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORU.s. down; only $94.53 per .
& outside completely. For appt.to Lot 105 x 127. $800 down. $94 per Ideal for family and en- Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. new and almost ready for occupancy.
see call 372-0481. month. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call Size HomeWith A BARGAIN? Owner Is tertaining. Central heat and central Ph. 466-3120
FR 22727. Family moving from Gainesvll I e air conditioning and one WEST VILLA
t 3 BEDROOM CCB. 100 X 100 lot. apartment size payments. wants quick sale. 3 bed- you must see. Shown by appointment NEW concrete block home on 3
I Choice location. Easy terms. acres of land north of Gainesville .
FAMI.
AIR CONDITIONED. 4 BR. 2 Northwest location 3 bedrooms. room 2 bath with only. $13,500Three
Phone 485-2491 Brooker after 8. bath home. Attractive corner 2 baths and family room. $17- LY ROOM screened city limits. Buy furn. or N.W. 16th Ave.
ACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 lot. Screened patio. fenced back 600. Payments of $107 per month porch, CENTRAL HEAT GOOD BUY Owner leaving unfurn. Price furn. $9000 with
cost $11.427. over 1600 ft.. of LIV- town and must sell 4 bedroom, good terms. Phone owner after
cash. Total only yard. Paid up swim club mem- Include taxes and insurance. Immediate sq. 37th St.
Modem 3 BR, IVi bath home. bership. $900 down. $102 mo. In- occupancy. ING SPACE plus screened 2 bath home living room fam- 6:00 P.M. 372-4407 or 462-1175. & bedroom, one bath model with double access -
Near schools. Refrig.. elec. cluding taxes-Insurance. 2817N. porch. on n I cely land- ily room, built-in kitchen and BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre elevation 100x
range. air cond.. and drapes. E. 11th Dr. 3725037. scaped lot In NO RTH- screened porch. Central heat and estates. Choice of wooded or I'' to master bath. Stunning exterior ,
No qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. Two-Story WEST convenient to schools central air conditioning. Pricedto permanent pasture. 7 miles westof 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA.

\, Phone 374-4068. BARGAINII! Only $300 Down No Fireplace 3 bedrooms 2 baths & UnIversity. Can be sell.J. Gainesville. $600 per acre- TERMSWalter Monthly payments only $81:00: per month.
Qualifying 3 BR 2 Bath Central bought FHA or for a REAL
hardwood floors. a study. all situated be the first to make your choice
BY OWNER. FINLEY AREA. 2
i heat central offeron J. FINLEY We have
and air condI- landscaped I BARGAIN make an two Call
beautiful nit d
on a large or see U I Farm
Bedroom separate dining room.
tioning built In kitchen. Lot 100x lot. equity & assume present excellent buys In 3 bedroom .
wooded $700
and Agency 372.2954.E.
I' Large secluded screened porch. 100 trees and roses In yard. FHA financing. Asking $15- homes within walking distanceto $15,000Three
down to qualified buyer Inc.
Fireplace. lovely yard, walking Stubbs
Needs some painting. $10133mo. family In to this 500. Call 6-0817. Finley. Both are available for
moves
your
FR 2-
distance to University.
with homestead exemption immediate occupancy and both
"a 1st ocrat" ofome0.
comfortable r
9757.HOUSE. 1904 NW 38th Dr. Phone 2-9545 CHARACTER CHARM & FLAIR are excellent buys. and pricesare C. "CURLY"KUEHN

WITH PERSONALITY for days. 6-9048 nights. -Eloquent sunken living unbeatable. "We Trade Houses"NO bedroom, two bath Sherwood model. 1200
sale by owner. Lrg. 3 BR. 2 room with fireplace large JR.
bath home. Has Fla. Rm. Living ARMY Officer transferred must Lakefront BeautyPriced dining area. modern built- MELTON MANOR Under $10- square feet of modern living space. Only $100 down
Homes. Lots. Income. Bus-
Rm. inside Patio Garden sell. 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. room. bedroom in kitchen 3 large bed- 000, new 3 bedroom homes built VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately
at only $25000 This 4 iDeas and Lake Property.
In N. W. Near School. $15.500. 2 baths & lar g e under FHA specifications and
built In kit- rooms
extra large porch.
2 bath residence Is on a Farms and Acreage.E. $91.00 per unit complete.
Negotiate FR 25043.WHY
chen. central heat & air condo equity. Florida room. Central heat available to qualified buyers
lot and
beautiful Lake Santa Fe C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
& AIRCONDITIONING for with FHA financing. No closing -
features plus large
many extra Is In Melrose. Non-f I n er
i PAY RENT? right 638 N. MAIN ST.
months ahead. costs and no city taxes.
lot. Desirable terms. Durant summer DOWN PAYMNTVANEW
New homes. $9,500. 3 bedroom tile and non-nearer to Gainesville.Live FR 6-2032 Broker FR a6SMcCOY'S
ACRE wood
Situated tt
Estates. 561 NW. 58th St. Call bath $65 per month. Located on at the lake and reiaxIARNOLD ed lot In on exclusive area. 3 BR. 2 BATH. $12,250Our

20954.BR. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some Only 2 .sOO with terms to 2000 SQ. FT.
a .. l bath CCB home. Stove. trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. suit FHA or convention MM. MINIMUM DOWN FHA

Central refrigerator.heat. Drive air by conditioner.2503 N.E. 3 BR 2 bath, CCB built-in range : al financing. Call 6-0817. LOW MONTHLY best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone

10th Terr then call 376-5890. yard.& dishwasher.1100 NE 15th large Place.fenced back REALTY COMPANY $301 DOWN & $66 per mo. Inel. ParrishAND Macoma Homes PAYMENTS bath home new and distinctively different at $400

FOR sale or trade. Furnished or Multiple Listing Member taxes & Ins. buys 3 bed- $9495 BUYS down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees, $74,00 a month
unfurnished. 2 bedroom CCB. STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 room home In excellent ASSOCIATES. INC. Inc.For total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.
condition. Call 6-0817. NEW 3-BR HOME
Tile bath. hardwood floors carport CCB home. Partly furnished. In- Associates: Pete Sing
front porch. N.W. loca- cluding appL and washing mach.II Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge H.MEMBER Wayne Hill MULTIPLE Helen LISTING Graham Sale, very attractive 3- ONLY $500 DOWN All city services, walk to elementary and Junior High
Claude M. "Red1 Franks, Realtor bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E.
tion. Near school and shopping minutes from Univ.. few Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish $66.96 PER MONTHNO schools.All .
center. Will consider late model blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. Charlie Mayo Jimmy Greene Myrtle Lassiter. AssociateWm. Associate 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 University Ave; walking of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street,
E. "Bill" Harris distance to Lake Forest CLOSING COSTS
$9,500. 4117 NW. 11th St. FR 24835. -
car or large boat In trade. After 5:30. N.E. 4 Bedroom. 2 bath large 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 GLADYS SMITHIf Schools. Price $12400. $500 N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily accessible
Phone 3723039. kitchen screened porch. Stove. Res 376-2927 or 372-7943 down and $79.50 per month. 5-BR. 2-BATH. to downtown, medical center VA Hospital, and
I have
$SSO or terms. Has new 3 BR. 3 BR CCB house. corner lot fenced Air conditioner near Schools. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING you considered the lovely Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy FLORIDA ROOM
1 bath. patio. stove and refrig. $80 back yard. 4 yr. equity. 2215 Swim Club paid. V-A Loan. area of Idiywild as a choice Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR nearby shopping center.
SALE BY OWNER, 2 Bedroom home location here home I HEAT AND
FOR a CENTRAL
Avail. 2711 NE NE 15th Terr. FR 25538 after Down Payment arranged. 372-
per mo. now. 6-5015. Office corner N..Main
CCB retirement home. can honestly recommend .
4:00 P.M. 1854. AIR CONDITIONINGON
11th St. 376-1496. Shaded 100 x 100' lot. 6 blocks and at a price established by and 23rd Blvd.EYES WHY PAY RENT?
from Stephen Foster Elementary FHA appraisers. T h r ee bedrooms BEAUTIFUL
School. Call 376-8094 after 6 p.m. family room fireplace WOODED LOT
IN THE built.In range and even. See Itl r POSSIBLE 90%
FUN Call 3725393. RIGHT!
FORDYCEREALTOR FINANCINGDAN
One of the best buys we have at See real dream living In Shadow BUTLER BROTHERSPhone
this time Is a lovely home on Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. BYRDASSOCIATES.

a small acreage lots of privacyand D. Oliver. Bid,. INC.
Junior can have a pony. Ph. FR 2-0866
Plenty of room for a grow I n g West M NW 39th Ave. past 825 N.W. 13th ST.
family or many visiting rel the Glen Springs Intersec PH. 372-2511 : FR 2-9545 daily: FR 6-0948 nfehtt
atives. Unique in constructionwith tion. See sign on left.
Nice Residential a beautiful view from each
floor to ceiling win d 0 W. The
3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Yard HOUSE is vacant ready for you I
SUNBOATS completely fenced. well landscaped to move right In. And we are -
FLORIDA in a good location. Reasonably the only office with a key. Call 4. r- r'r '
NORTHCENTRAL ,
Contact
priced. $16100. 3725393.A .
Fordyce & Associates Inc. 376-

1236. good address and lust what -
(, MOTORSWHO you've been wanting. A three -
BOATS (, MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION I Income PropertyIn bedroom two bath home lust .
West of the University. Beauti- -
WOULD LIKE THE 76th 2' ,' GRILLS the heart of downtown. House ful built-in kitchen cool air-con-
HUNTER Fiberglass Flshlpg ir Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR and apartment available. $9.800 ditioning plus a fireplace for
Boat Introduced by FRANK $49 JO $10.99 total price and excellent financ too cool evenings. Lovely largelot
PHILPOTT GOOD- YEAR SERVICE STORES ing. Call today Fordyce & Associates big enough for your swimming -
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 372-3537 Inc.. 3761236Perfect P OI. Call IS at 3725393to
CHARGE see It.GLADYS.
The Heart Of East Gainesville" Home t

FRANK PHILPOTTS Check with Charlie SMITH. Realtor
FR 21791. List of Classifications to choose 4 bedroom, 2V* baths centrally Associates:
SPORT CENTER heated beautlfut Interior. With- Ben Griffin Anna Hlnson
Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from in walking distance of West- Caroline Noyes Florence Bums
Fishing Boats. wood and Llttlewood Schoo I s. Multiple Listing MemberNO
ALACHUA COUNTY'S Contact Fordyce & Associates
Where Quality Sells Itseir ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving. Inc, 376-1236. DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2
JOHNSONSEA bath Central heat central air
Fishing Equipment. cond. Northwest. $19,000 Call
20 NW. Uttt Ave.
HORSE MOTORS DeluxeIs
FR 2.SOU or FR 6-6893 376-2927.
SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items. .- ., __.*
descriptive of this 3 bedroom e.,9.0u?
truly $42.50 per month no down payment -
Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
Mon. Thru FrL 54 p.m. Sat M 2 bath home. Beautiful if you have a good credit
Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing Golfing Equipment.
rigs. kitchen and family room. Situated record, 2 BR home. dead end
BAIRD'S MARINE Tennis Equipment. on an attractive lot in the street 2222 SE 10th Avenue. SEE THE MILLBRAE TODAYOne
601 S. MAIN ST. N.W. section. Contact Fordyce Phone 24692.SEEING .
& Associates Inc. 376-1236.
Baseball .
Equipment.Where 1918 N.W. nth IS Road BELIEVING- 3 BR with of 11 New Quality Homes at Highland Court Manor

Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLSBE to Fish. FORDYCEAssociates paneled Den which may be usedas
4 BR. Dining room Living
room adjoining Florida room, 2 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths DIRECTIONSNOTHING
CAREFREE Plus many many more. Inc. full tiled baths, patio electric
Kitchen with built-in dishwasher

Get Results Enjoy a clean and healthy pool. Multiple Real Estate Listing Exchangors Realtors oven and range. utility and storage DOWN VA Drive North on Mo'm turn right at NE

Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE IN THE Grace S. Fordyce, Broker HW floors Central heat to NE 12th St. ,and
and air-conditioning. Convenientto 23rd Blvd. continue
Supplies & Monthly cleaning Dudley Gouldeiw Associate .($400 closing cost) ,
Finley and GHS. FR 2-1053.
service. Follow signs to home
SERVICE DIRECTORY Harvey Benton Associate for Inspection. TURN LEFT. onOnly
FR 2-5363 6-0060 2-3171
926 W. Univ. 376-1236
LITTLEWOOD AREA $108.12 per month HE 31st Ave.
.
3 Bedrooms. IVi bath built In kitchen
on a well shaded lot. Minimum 4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the has monthly strip down payments.hardwood payment.This floors.FHA,home For low 2 1 area blk.blks.central.from from Westwood heat Llttlewood built-in Jr. elem.High.kit. HIGHLAND COURT MANOR by KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales

I Information call THE JAMES school. Ideal for Ig. family. or
Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 CO. OF GAINESVILLE INC family and elderly persons. Office Located at NE 23rd Blvd. and llth Terrace

Builders of Kingsbury Homes. Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 Phone 372.3471
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I ,Tuesday, May 12, 1964 Gainesville Sun 19 I

45, fyrnished Apts. I 45 Furnished Aprs. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 66 Misc .For Sal. 77 Mobil Homes for Sal i

Printed Pattern 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE Value Rated DODGE-DART !

BRAND NEW 2 BR apt. Ut floor. 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apart 2 STORY, 3 bedroom 2 !bath fur ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna

for Prefer students.married couple and Ideal ments. some air conditioned. nlshed house. 1005 SW 13th St. Double stack complete. Nothing WE BUY DESOTO. 1U7 4 Dr. $500. Good Used Cars DODGE TRUCKS
ter. Phone 372-6011.Near Stephen Fos- Summer rates. near Universityand $125 per month. Phone FR 4- else to buy $15. Brants. USED MOBILE HOMES condition. Call FR 2-4561.
___ Medical Center. *16 S. W. 3672. 513 N.W. Slit Avenue.
7th Ave. Phone FR 4-3442 or FR Top dollar paid phone 376.0511.Only FORD. Felrlane. W60. R dlo, B&G MOTOR CO. POOLE-GABLE

FURNISHED Apartment for rent 4-2664. 48 Houses for Rent Unfuris.S COWLING'S UPHOLSTERYChairs heater white walls. V- stand-
3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES
119 SE First
with living Rm. bedroom tilt low as Si No money SAVE and st1Ift. Good condition. $400. Cadillac Oldsmobile Are.
bath, alr
FR 2-9549. dining rm. combination. ROOM, 2 bath, very clean & I9. Free estimates, pickup and delivery 10' wide mobile homes HILLMAN convertible 1951 MInx
t Price $75 per mo. Water furn. nicely furnished home at 109 NE service. All work guaran Town t. ,Country Trailer Sales In good condition. $450 Call FR
FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished Call 372-2907. 3rd St. $150 per month. Ph. 374- teed. Phone 374-7784. 3840 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 3-7299. 2-9702.

apartment. Clean and cooL S40 2 BR furnished apart with porch. Starke.0002 or contract H. G. Bollinser, RCA Whirlpool electric stove. WE GIVE S 1H GREEN STAMPS MERCURY itu Station wagon
I month. Water furnished. Call Near University. See at 411 N.W. Used about itt years. $75. Phone Butts Mobile Homes Inc Radio heater. automatic trans
Ronnie Hayward, FR 2-4741 or 15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per FORDYCE RENTALSCall FR 42335.TRADE 4920 NW 13 St Vt-VU mission. Good tires. Good con

FR 44134.BEAUTIFUULY. mo. our agency to find the your costly to operate _dition. 1owner. 3722340.
ELECTRIC water heater and NOW SHOWING Yes! It's True!
house you wish. Many listed. OLDSMOBILE
I furnished. air 3 ROOM'furnished apt. nice & Also apartments' furnished. $48 for I new glassllned GAS 1944 MOBILE HOMES Tp. 1954. S $*.Hd.
Clean
clean. For married couples on 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor and mechanically
water heater.
Much hot
conditioned. 1 bedroom apt. FORDYCEASSOCIATES. more Plans. Terms tailored to meet sound Call FR 6-1005 after 1:00
ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea
water at about half the cost with
( Across street from Norman Hall. budget. Drive little P.M.
sonable. Call 376-7844. your a and Sunday. Weekdays call
Very large rooms. 2 closets In INC. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE save a lot at after 7:00 P.M. or see at Wise's NO FLIM-FLAM
bedroom. Immaculate condition. EFFICIENCY apt. private entrance 924 W. Univ. 376-1234 ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. CONNOLLYMobile Pharmacy.
Permanent tenants desired. No & bath. Lights & hot water FOR SALE formats size 9 to 11.
children or pets. Rent $90 month. furnished. Summer student 2 BR Kit. equipped 1206 N.E. Home Sales Inc. OLDSMOBILE It. 19n 4 door
Phone
37M185 2036 NW 9th
Apply 1127 S.W. 5th Ave. or preferred. Ph. FR 4-5824. 9th Ave. $85 a me. Call McKinney Ave. 2 MIles Phone North 422-1144 on U. S. 441 sedan. Very good condition. 295. NO GIMMICKS !
call FR 2-8614. Green Inc. FR 23617. FR 24017. 3 to 7 p.m.
I 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. ONE electric hedge trimmer for Closed Sundays
1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr PONTIAC Catalina 1962. convertible
.. sale excellent condition,
price 13' TRAVEL TRAILER.
stove
Very clean, nicely furnished 1 bedroom NE 4th Ave. Stove It refrigerator $115 per $16 cash. gas All power. $2250. Call after a-.
Phone 2-1583 after Ice box. 12 gallon water tank. 12.
New 1964
mo. Phone FR 4-2472 Weseman 376-5420 GMC
apartment. Tile bath. SM. Pickups
6:00
P.M.REPOSSESSED
2 ROOM one bath garage apartment Realty. lie Volt light system. Sleeps 4.
733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 4-0644 or very quiet neighborhood, SEWING MACHINE Real bargain. $850. Bank financIng PONTIAC '60 Cat. R H. power
FR 2-9549. Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. suitable for one person or cou FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom White AUTOMATIC. Zig-Zag available. Phone Brooke brakes t steering Tip-Top Condition -
I ple. Call FR 6-1730. 2 !bath central heat. built-in 4S5-2491. $1.195. Call FR 2432 after
NEW. 1964 model with 20 Makes
modern 1 BR, ac discs.
i stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 5:00 PM.RAMBLER.
tioned i apartment next to Holiday 2 BR trailer, t x 45'. swimming p.m. over 60 different designs. Does For rent or sale 1962 NEW MOON _____ $175 DOWN
Inn. adults only. no pets. pool. Call 372-1367 evenings. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom -house. everything makes buttonholes house trailer. 10 x 55'. Phone FR '63, white. 2-door,
$90 per mo.. water turn. Call $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom blind hems. sews on buttons. 21313. Can be seen 1224 E. Unlv power steering, radio and heater .
I Bedroom. living room kitchen. house $60 month. Furnished Retails Ave. ,
3/2-3488 or 376-4360. $300. Balance due $145. excellent condition. Phone25W2.
Modern. $75 per month. 212 SE duplex apt.. $90 month. FR Take ,up payments $10 month. $ L11
1 BR. 1224l NW Ith St.. S45 per 7th St. Call Mc-Klnney Green. 4-7466. l.i43? Like brand new. Call FR 2-2051. TWO bedroom House trailer S9OQ,
mo. Call AAcKlnney-Crten, Inc. Inc. FR 2-3617. one bedroom house trailer S750. RENAULT 4CV. 1957. Extra m0-
FR 2-3617. 3 BR. 1 bath. scr. porch elec. .1 'es FOR SALE H -FI equipment. $250. Can be rented. Phone 74-234 tor. '16'. Call FR 2-4UI. sulu Per Month
TWO bedroom furnished apt. range. 330 N.E. ,th St. SOS mo., Air-conditioner $60. Monday to Friday 9 to 3.
I near Univ. & Alachua General VOL K S WAGON, 1961 Pane I
available May 8th Call McKInney -
ONE-I BR Call
furn. apt with 4-6819.
private
ent. Also Hospital. Ph. FR 4-755, Gainesville Green Inc. FR 2-3617. SPECIAL THIS WEEK truck, low mileage excellent
conditioner.a 2 BR apt with air or write R. T. Stroud P. O. WELL kept carpets show the results 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre condition. SI 095. 503 SW 2nd Ave. Including: License tag state sales tax life
Walking dlst. to ,
town. Call FR 2-5514. Box 365 St. Augustine. 3 BR home for rent. $100 per of regular Blue Lustre spot lot. 10000. 1 mile S of Paynes _Phone 372-2151. ,

2 BR. L.R. screened porch, partially I month. Must lease for 6 mos. cleaning. Rent electric sham- Prairie. For appointments ca II VW 1954 Camper new tires recent insurance, and finance charges.
FURNISHED Apt. for rent (55 per furnished. $55 per month. 1117 NE 31st. Ave. Phone 372- wz pooer $1. McDanlell Furniture Co. FR -3052. overhaul on engine <. trans
mo. Water and lights furn. Call 110 SW 4th Ave. Call McKlnney- 3263. ;, Gainesville Shopping Center. mission. Needs paint. $595.

FR 2-1823 or FR 2-374. Green Inc.," FR 2-3617. GE electric stove 30" oven, $6& iT'S FOOLISHto Phone 3744490. Tropical PontiacCMC
2 BR living dining
mx area
GE _
refrigerator
I_ & 2 BR 1 blk, from campus 1 BR. furnished apt.. water fur. kitchen. Fla. Rm.. utility rm. household Items like IT. $100. Phone Other pay more. RECKLESS to 1940 V.W. Good condition. $890.
nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr., $60 aV carport. Located on 441, 14 r.ew. pay less. GET THE REAL Call Wllllston 52S-54B3
air cond. optional S74 S101 per Interlachen 61+5716. weekday
mo. Call McKlnney Green. Inc. per mo. Call 374-2641 or 374-2930 mU S. of Gainesville. $65. Ph. 'L FACTS. Payments as low as and evenings. Truck
372-3617. ask for Mr. Haynes. 466-3411.: LARGE FORMICA table and 4 $57.29 per month with $300 down.. Center
I HAVE A 63 Ford 390
chairs $25 Couch $15 Phone LAKE GENEVA Fastbac | 302 NW 8th Ave.
2 BR. furnished partnrwnl. No EAST SIDE NEW red brick home for rent 3 372-1854. Mobile Homes Sales engine with 3 spd. FR 2-2583
for $1300 low mil. Call
6-8961.pets. 311 $.E. 8th St. Phono FR GARDENAPARTMENTS BR and kitchen utility living room.room$09, N.W.carport 93.77 SHALLOW well pump one horse Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. 6-3434 after equity 4:00 P.M.

power, complete with air tank
; 40th Ave. 1 Blk. from Stephen SIZES Ice
& all MUST SELL 63 MG Midget, --
fittings needed for
NICELY furnished convenient Foster School. $115 per mo. to 12W-22A! Installation, plus about complete 30- BELIEVE IT.ORNOT blue, white walls tonneau radio -

downtown area. $75. Also garage right party. Call 411-2411. ft. 1Ve2' galvanized pipe. & heater. Good cition.Call .
air conditioned. 999. Adults t57 per month upGainesville's
apt.
2 BR unfurn. house with stove, t$1T14 May be seen after 5 P.M. any 372-271
LillIan'sMusic -f.
only no pets. Inquire
Store.PRIVATE Finest large yard. quiet street $65 per try afternoon at 711 NE 11th Ave Save $600. 10 x 46 2 BR furnished .BRING put the best in your car.Superior SPRING SELLING SPREE

Furnished or unfurnished mOo Phone 2-3329. GOOD HEARING IS ONE Of your only $3195. $350.40 down. Auto painting & body
newly painted. close Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. most Valuable Assets. Don't Neg- $54.09 per month. wk Fast dependable service;
in, 3 rooms and bath. Hot and ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 2 BEDROOM, living Rm. dining lect It. Visit GainesvUIe HearingAid Over 50 models to choose from pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S
cold water furnished. Off street '60$. Rm bath big screened porch 2031 NW 6th St.
Slim. snappy way to look all Co. Today. 620 North Main TRAILER WORKS
parking. No pets. ISS.W.. 2nd garage range. heating stove. MARTHWY. FR SAVE $ $ ON
this Street.or Phone FR 6-0095.
summer sew side-angled
Place. CLEAN I BR apt. furnished, large $65 Mo. 917 S.E. 4th Ave. FR 17
I sheath In crisp rayon-linen blend. PHONE 328-1050
rooms garage water furnished. 2-1610. CLEAN your rugs 8t upholsterywith 1964 RENAULT 2,000 miles, $1195.
CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto quiet location NW section. No Of course It's proportioned per. amazing Lustre F 0 a m. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 1961 Corvalr coup. auto trans. $995
shopping. 60* N.E. 6th St. pets. Call 376-7925. RENTALSWe fectly. Use our applicator free. Call EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA I960 Vouxil.
Phone FR 21391. $61 per month. Printed Pattern 9377: Half Sizes Home Beautiful Furniture, 1703N. 1962 .....1495 SELECT USED CARS
NICE 2 BR furnished apt. Private 12V4, 14V4, UV4, 18Vi 20. 22. Corvalr .4 In floor
CLEAN and neat near campus bath 8. entrance. Water fur. have many attractive rentalsIn Size 16V requires 2T. yards Main St. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 193 Monz
and shopping, one bedroom prefer nlshed. ISS per mo. Phone FR apartments, houses, turn and 35-Inch fabric. FOR SALE acetylene welder & & H. steal $ ".
-
married tenants. Call any 2-9704 or 2-9195. unfurn. Call FIFTY CENTS In coins for this cutting outfit complete. $50. 1963. Come.. custom, 4-D, H 1 H. 64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon Automatic
time. $ ,
MARY MOELLER. REALTOR INTERNATIONAL truck, *i ton ,
add 15 cents for each
pattern Phone 462-1871 or 442-1579
fc Ralph FOSSEY Realtor COOL exceptional first floor residential 1 BR apartmentIn loca- 101 W. Univ. FR 4-4471 pattern for first-class mailing and time. any 1955 model, 4 new tires, new Phone 377-3407. or FR 3-0245. Radio, Air Conditioned, Reclining Seats. Ex-
II W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135 battery good condition cost
special handling. Send to' Marian
Since 1906" tion. $60 per mo. Includes most HOUSEHOLD $350. RAULERSON MOTORSHome ecutive's Car.
"Selling Florida SMALL house. 1 large room. Martin Gainesville Sun Pattern FURNISHINGS.Shown Call 468-1163 after 5:00
utilities. Call 4-1063. kitchen tile !bath, stove & by appointment. Phone week-days.; ol A.1 Used
re-
NEW FURNISHED 3-ROOM Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York CARS and TRUCKSWE
DUPLEX APARTMENT APT. 3505 NW 17th St. $35 per frig. 5 miles out Archer Rd. 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, AD- FR 2-8889. TRUCKS FOR BUY SELL AND TRADE
SALEPRICEDTOSELL 63 Ford Fairlane
Nicest in town. Good location.on mo. Call McKinney Green Inc. I $30 per mo. FR 6-3327 DRESS with ZONE, SIZE and THE best costs less. Cook for less 1611 Hawthorne Rd. 500. 4-dr., automatic transmission -

bus line. Couples only. No FR 23617. STYLE NUMBER. with Phllgas from Fuilgas, Inc. 3.5a radio and heater
pets. NEWLY painted Inside. Living YOUR FREE PATTERN IS Phone 376-5392. _. SAVE $300-$400. '63 _Chevy SS . . $1995
room and dining room com CD 1954 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed tires. everythingbut
Impala new
$60 Month 46 Unfurnished Apt*. bined. 2 bedroom, bath, kitchen. READY choose It from 250 NEW and used chain saws, lawn (1) 1957 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed air. 930 NE 10th Ave.
Apply 116 NE Ith Ave. shady yard. $55 month. Inquire design SUMMER Ideas Pattern In new SPRING-, lust mowers, edgers tampers, light (1) 1959 INTL 2 Ton Flatbed 62 Rambler Ambassador, bucket seats, automatic -
Catalog
:3 BR. air conditioner. fenced yard 1025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or call FR plants cable. Wisconsin. Briggs 1951 DODGE, runs good
Dresses, coats, transmission
outl sportswear air
NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen 4-4703. (1) 1954 INTL conditioned solex
School
completely furnished near shoppIng & Stratton. new and used mo Bus 805 NE 12th ,
morel Send 50 cents now. $75. See at
& school. Phone FR 6-0630. equipped.lease.$60 per month on a 2 BR, 1 bath house for rent. $60 tors. Rental sales and service. glass nice . . . . . $2195
years Ph. 3744372 ,
days Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE FLORIDA FRYERSPaul Ave.
per month. Call FR 2-6936.
LARGE CLEAN 1 BR. 376-7327 evenings 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411.
Thames 63 Monza Coupe Automatic Transmission;
Low Summer Rates. 304 N.E. 5th TWO 2 BR house with 2 screened porch 54 Business Rentals Phone 2-1900 MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963 ,
bedroom duplex I kitchen 12' PLYWOOD Boat and Homemade
Ave. FR 4-0949. .s. In NW section. Good condI- factory air-conditioning, power- Radio Heater. Wide bucket seats white walls
equipped. $35 per month.Sea Trailer. $40 or trade for refrigerator VAN
TYPE
Chevrolet
AIR CONDITIONED 2 room luxW.V at 4166 NW 6th St. tion. Water furnished. $75 per GARAGE space fOr rent 613 S.W. or electric stove. body In truck 12' storing per brakes R & H little 8000 miles like
mo. Phone FR 4-3268 ext. 2523. good shape, motor & __S3500. Call a over new $2195
Furnished. 1 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real -
apartment. UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms Phone 49978.CAMPING tires fair. Would make an excel.
block from campus. Discount living room kitchen. tor. FR 21494. lent camping truck. May be In- 59 Plymouth 9 station
price.. 372- 7.- mornings or 49 Rooms for Rent 87 Automobiles Winter passenger wagon automatic -
spected at 224
bath. Freshly redecorated. 4Vi AIR CONDITIONED Trailer camping equipment SW 5th St.
supper time. miles from downtown. Good location NEARLY new modern office or radial arm saw. Fishing transmission, radio, heater, power

2 Bedroom. furnished apartment for children. $75 month. PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 Blk. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. boat and motor. Several miscellaneous 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals Wanted, 1950 thru 1954. Fords steering power brakes . . . S795
rear of 505 N.W.14th Ave., $90 Call FR 2-3419 until 5. FR 2-264 from campus $35 a month. 1104 Ph. FR 4-2472, Weseman Realty, pieces of furniture. and Chevrolets. '16 S.E. 4tfi I

per month. Phone 6-2823. after 5. Saturday and Sunday. S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. 1113 N..Main St. I Utility trailer. See John Teten St. Al Herndon Service Station. 61 Falcon 2 door, heater 1 owner $945

,
Alachua, Evenings Afternoons,
FURNISHED apartment for rent TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately NICE downstairs rooms, close N.W. 13th St. Building to be con- RENT a truck one-way anywhere !
for two. male only. air-condU: ; lower level of duplex I In, private entrance, oH-streei structed. Space available for i Saturday's and Sundays. In the USA. from United RentAlls. FOR THE 61 Rambler American 4-dor, radio, heath
tionlng central heating u t II. ; stove and refrlg.. situated parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR physician, dentist lawyer,' phar. : BUILD your own trailer. Complete 425 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-2835. COREC
furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 4-4173. about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 i 2-2582. macy, beauty shop and barber Hammerblow axle unit. with TIME clean . . . . . . $995
NW 4th Ave. $30 per. mo. Phone I shop. If interested Call 374-1831. springs. wheels and tires. $40. 83 .
ONE bedroom furn. acartment.airconditioned FR 6-5871. NICELY furnished room. Maid Motorcycles & Scooters 61 Rambler 6-cyl. 4-door. air condition.automatic -
Alachua
private* bath and service. Reasonable FOR RENT Concrete block buildIng See John Teter evenings FR 2.1411 ,

entrance. hot and ',old\ water 1 BR, duplex, kltch equip. Newly rates.Parking 210 E.space.Univ. Phone 30 x 80 plus 2 sheds and afternoons, Saturda "I'. trans.. radio, a real buy . $1195
furnished. $60 per mo. Call 2. redecorated. $50 month. Couples FR 4-7423. connected to main bldg. Ideal Sundays. 1959 MO-PED. needs work.. Courtesy Of
0755. only. 21 NE 13th St., FR 2-0374. for auto repair shop etc. $160 FOR SALE Antique roll top $30 Phone FR 60 Buick Electro 4 door automatic trans-
102 NW 13th St. Men Women per mo. 4431 NW 6th St. Call desk. Approx. price $75. Can be 6-7317. University Chevrolet ,
BEDROOM completely furnished. UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom du
upstairs or downstairs. near plex. 2207 SE 45th Ter. $50 per day rooms, week and month.apts. near FR 4-2937 campus.or 372-8554 any day after 6 P.M. seen at 1310 S. Main, or call CRUISAIRE '40 or Lambretta '63. N. Main St. at 16th Ave.VOLKSWAGEN. mission, radio, heater, power steering,
center. See at 612 N.W. month. FR 2-2372. 4-8864. Mechanically excellent. good
shopping FR 4-1082. transportation. Call FR 2-8426 power brakes in excellent condition .
tOlls Ave. or phone 4-3549. $73 Needle
Slant
REPOSSESSED
per mo. PARTLY men?. 407 furnished N. E. 9th garage St. Phone apart ROOM and board for girls. Use 56 Business Opportunities Singer. Zig Zag- and attachments or Univ. ext. 23S5. .". . . . . . $1595
of washing machine. Call FR 6- appliques, monogra m s,
11 FR 63000.
7 NW.BEDROOM 36th Ave.furnished$52 month.duplex. Call 6083. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. overcasts satin switch, etc. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon, automatic

Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity S6.58 per mo. Balance $67. 815 and
FR 24224.AIRCONDITIONED transmission
PRIVATE bath, entrance and steering
W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1075. power
47 Houses for Rent Fur. for the right man to get In
New SPECIAL
parking. Nicely furnished. auto
1 bedroom refrigerator. 15U N.E. 7th St. the bowling alley business with tomotive repairs painting $29.95. Au brakes . . . . . . $1295
twin beds Danish modern fur. a small amount of capital. Call 70 Boats-Marino Equip. and tuneup. .
niture. Located corner of 20th ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom. TWO Single Businessmen wish to FR 4-2641 or FR 4-2930. Ask for I Miller Ie Sons, 732 N.W. 1st St.
St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $90 month. large Florida room. month or share 3 br home with single Mr. Haynes. Phone 372-0080.

Call FR 2-1714. year. AAathewson Manor. C a II man. Phone FR 6-4402 'tll 4 p.m. 14' Span-American Boat and 80 AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up ONE WEEK SPECIALS
PAYING Retail business In Gaines MILLER-
ONE BEDROOM furnished. Including GR 5-2530. after 6 FR 64171.AIRCONDITIONED. H.P. Mercury and Trailer. Small Special $2.50 for performance
ville. main Rd. Take
curtains and blinds. All 3 BR, living rm.. dining rm.. 890 room for only $950.Busy Cash, Includes fixtures over equity and take over payments. test. All makes and models. BROWN 59 Buick, station wagon . $895
utilities furnished except elec per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer rent. State Inspected, private & stock. Write Box 414-A Call after 5 p.m. FR 2-0379 3937 Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air :
trlclty. Nice location. 848 month. male students. McKlnney Green entrance linens and utilities Gainesville Sun. S.W. 37th St. Mr. Lynn. Conditioning Servicing Center. 1030 E. Univ. aUY.Ilfe.". 61 Rambler Station Wagon $895
FR 2-374 424 N.E. 6th St. Inc. FR 23417.BACHELOR furnished kitchenette $12.50 ONE 14' NEWSQME fishing boat 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- FR 2-3582 ..

weekly, men only. Phone 372- GOING BUSINESSES with 1957 ,Johnson elec. starting 25.n.
EFFICIENCY apartment private Beach House. 24
bath and entrance. Very clean.Adults. miles out of Gainesville. Expensive 1565. ONE of the best Service Stations motor. and heavy duty trailer 61 Falcon, Station Wagon .... $995

70S E. Univ. Ave. 5-2530. but worth It. Phone GR MEN STUDENTS In town. Inventory low lease. with 2-4568.t new tires 500. Call FR 85 Automobiles for Sal. I

162 10 x W Trailer f9r rent with comfortable rooms Doublesand TREMENDOUSI General Store;
TV. Call 3764716. 2 B R, nice lot. fenced $90 per singles $22.50 and $32.50 lovely living quarters; Acres 14 FIBERGLASS bOat. 75 HP Elgin BUICK : I FAIRERBY 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmission -
mo 1 B R. near campus. $75 per monthly. Phone 2-9222. stock It Terms 135000. motor. Trailer top and aft 1954 and usa PLYMOUTH.
REDWOOD apartments. 4401 SW mo. Frank Roby at FR 4-2937 curtains. Full price $1900. Sears S75 I piece. Call FR 6-3570 after I radio heater A Saver . $895
13th St. New 1 bedroom Apt. now or 2-4351. LARGE clean cool room access SHARP Location: for the Professional Roebuck 8 Co. No money down. 5 PJTUCHEVROLET
available for Information call to shower It refrigerator. Linens man-HOME AND OF. UP to 36 months to pay. '
door radio heater
54. 4
Good condition, 63 Jeep Wagoneer automatic -
fur.
FR 4-0427. FOR RENT: 2 BR house. & maidservice weekly. FR 2-
and Air condI-
1I1 hed. 20 SE 4 th St. Call GR 1185 or 2-181. 414 NE 2nd Ave. FICE-Furnlshed 14 ft. FABUGLAS Commander B&H, 4-dr., V-I $395. Carl & FAR "worn" hubs. in excellent condition .
I Bedroom duplex lights and 5-3743 attar 5:30 p.m. tioned. $15,000. Easy terms.Ample Mark 75 Mercury engine el. I Don's Standard Service 233 South

water furnished. Couples only. FURNISHED room for rent In starter. Running light, heavy Main St.CORVAIR . . . . . . $2695
No children or pets. Call FR ONE 3 BR. house, furnished, $60 private home with kitchen privi Parking. duty trailer. 8950. 2215 NE 15th '
I''J 6-5824. per mOo Water Included. Call leges. Working girl preferred. ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTOR Ter. FR 2-J538 after 4 p.m. with Monza, 63, equipped 1964
m 485-2362 Brooker. Fla. Call 372-1431 or after S FM. Phone 374-5707-ANYTIME radio heater white sidewall
4rAiRconditloned trailer water FR 2.3770.HICE tires. 8,000 actual miles. NO DOWN PAYMENT!
& garbage furnished. Student 2 BR. A-C unit. 210 NW 33rd Ave. SHELL OIL COMPANYIs 72 Office) EquipmentGAINESVILLES Assume payments, small equi FAIRLANEAS
couples only. Near Univ. $75. $100 month. Call McKlnney Green > corner room in private now taking applications for ty. Will consider older car for

372-5182. Inc. FR 2-3617. home by day week or month. service stations now under con- equity. Call owner at 372-8441, 56 Ford 2-dr $29 Men. 54 Ford 4 door $12 Mon.
Call 6-3101. Located ext. 33. 8-5 LOW AS
men only. struction In Alachua County. office weekdays.
2 BR. upstairs apart. 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. largest volume -
CLEAN.
ment. near Campus. $90 per mo. 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House 1017 N.E. 8th Ave. Please call Mr. Pope at FR supply dealer. ChesnufsOffice DODGE STATION WAGON '61. 57 Py. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon.

Phone 23329.DUPLEX open. Call FR 6-4230. AIR CONDITIONED. attractive, 2-5333 for application and ap- Equipment Co. Invites you good condition, take up paymentsof Mon.
clean quiet room In new home. polntment. Paid training and to come In and shop or call for $54.24 per mo. Call 4-8153 or 57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 56 Chevy Wag. $12
2 BR furnished apt. Gas SPACIOUS 2 BR furnished house Kitchen privileges. Ideal for student guaranteed start. free delivery. Chesnufs Office 6-1510. I 996oo I
Mon.
.Mon. 55 Metro $24
for cooking S. heating. Cold close In and easily accessible: to 375-3102 or 372-8944. Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. 57 Ford Wag. $24
Slncla I
downtown r
water furn. Private front & back all parts of City. 3721115. 403 SE EXCELLENT Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.
entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1804 2nd St. Service Station -open and do- GAINESVILLE of Other Models for Less Money!
51-A Wanted To Rent Ing business will lease to responsible Lot
NE 18th Place. 3 BR house within walking distance -
party with adequa t e 73 Musical Merchandise
MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air to University Hospital and JOINING Univ.. teaching staff. Desire capitaL Sinclair Refining Co. AUTO SALES SHAW
conditioned Phone A. E. Harp University. Far rent Jima thru house by late Aug. 3 BR Phone FK 4-OMt er 8-45H. RID6WAY Motor Co.
ORGAN SALEOf 1007 N. Main St.
25211.
FR 4-5574. August. $110 month. FR preferred. Daughters 13 & 15. -
Christmas Left All Phone FR 2-6313
overs. KEETER
furnished. $50 per mo. 2 3 BR, 2 Bath. Fla. Rm. Furnished References. Visiting Gainesville 61 Wanted to Buy
IBR new Savings to 30
722 Home for rent. $125 per early June. Please write F. Bar- organs. up Northcentrol
furnished. $4 per mo. FIorIdsLorgest
...J BR NE 3rd Ave. Call 376-163 after A.M.month.to Call 6:00 4-6853 P.M. from 10:00- Va.net?. 407 Progress Blacksburg WANTED: water cooler must be 702 per W.cent.Univ.Earl's Ave.Piano 372-2222 Co. 230 W. University I 1132 South Main FR 2-8433

:. 5 P.M. priced reasonable and In good WURLITZER Independent Dealer FR 2-0503
working condition. Call 372-8441,
ext. 20. 8-5 weekdays. America's No. 1 piano and
organs are at Earl's Plane Co. -
CASH for your used furniture refrigerators Gainesville's evclusrve Wurllt-
SERVICESHome stoves TVs clothIng zer Dealer, 702 W. University
etc. FR 2-3937. William's Ave. Phone 372-2222.
Service Center Hawthorne Road.
FOR sale by owner used upright MAY CELEBRATION SALE
WANT to buy Midget Sprite. or
Spitfire, Wl-43 low mileage. Call piano with bench.
4-4327. $90. Call FR 22792.
And BusinessAppliance
WANTED to buy 15 to 18 ft.
Ski Boat with 40 to 75 Dp mo _76 Airplano Sales-Rentals

tor. Call FR 2-1229 Days FR 4 PLACE Aeronca IS AC. New English Ford Line cars are
2-t7i4 Nights and Sundays.
Bulldozing PAINTING paint, new fabric new Interior.
WANTED set of body building 45 hr. SMOH, hangered. Mark
weights and dumb bells. Phone 11. $3195. Call FR 2-3563 after

SMALl. bulldozer loader dump WANTED: Palntino. Free es- FR 22600. 5-30 pm. economically priced i

trucks fill dirt lime rock. TopsoiL timates. No job too small. easy .
Phone 372-7846. Work guaranteed. Phone 62 Machinery & Tools Automotive

BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe FR 2-5630. TWO *4Case combines with (
i wheel tractors motor motors both for $500. Call or to maintain and fun to drive. .

grader. Free estimates. W. G. PlumbingSEWER write Eugene Haufler. Rt. 3, 77 Mobile Homes for Sale
(Buck Johnson. FR21'. Box 217 B, Gainesville FR 43334.

1962 excellent PACEMAKER.condition.13 $3895.x 4j.Can In Choose from :
these 6 -
Concrete INSTALLED 64 Household Goods be financed locally. Please call thrifty _.
NEW & used fixtures, complete FR 2-1637 between 3 and S p.m.
plumbing aervlce 'BIGJIM USED APPLIANCES
Gainesville Plumb- RANGES 3995. 1951 HICKS trailer S x 4T. with
HUGULEY. FROM
CONCRETE finishing. Walks
11 x 30 ca anL Air conditioned "
drives patios. slabs and shuffleboard Ing, FR 7-1589. Refrigerators from $49.95. 3 BR, furnished. Phone 374-7317. models.
etc.. expertly done. Estimates. .. TV from S39.95.
Call 373-314. anytime. RemodtlingNEED WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL FLEETWOOD: 1962. 10 x 50 2
THE VARIETY STORE Bedrooms Real Good condition. .
7 S.E. lit AvenueFR Reasonable price. Phone FR 2-

FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA A NEW Florida room carport 6-3414. 1112. 2-Dr. ngli Deluxe All Engls Ford line cars are thrifty to bu and .

patio. screened-in porch COFFEE table 812; modem lamp 1957 VICTOR, 42 x r. Sleeps 7. thrifty own, end the our economy champion. Check specs -
etc.? Call now and get It done
$8; Colonial lamp $4; uphols Westinghouse washer. $1695.
FIREEXTINGUISHER for the summer months. Call tered chair $18 all In excellent Spartan imperial mansion. :36' and see the extra-value features you get a standard equipment. ,,.
CO. 372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free conditon. FR 2-0729 after 1:30 sleeps 6. 1295. 36' Office trailer.
Sales and ServiceAll estimates.Upholstery. P.M. Air conditioned. Sale or rent. 2-Dr. 'Cortina Deluxe A budget-minded family car with American-sized

types up and of Fire delivery ExtinguishersPick service KNOTTY bookcase pine headboard.double and bed fo with a m $1395., 50 like x new.10 Hensley$2795. ,3 2 miles bedroom roominess inside ample for five adults. Trunk space is full size 21 ,-

C R. Thomas Ph. 374-1989 rubber mattress; also single *>ed South of Starke, U.S. 301. cu. ft. (gross) "

Gainesville Fla. with mattress, good conditlo.1
UPHOLSTER your furniture at
reasonable prices. Call Sally. call 2-0568. WYATT- 4-Dr. Cortina Deluxe The added convenience of four doors and more >-',

Repair & Mortgage. Broker Experienced. FR 69881.SewingAlteratians. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested from a 1500-cc. five-main-bearing crank engine gives additional '


Air Conditioning FHA- and conventional at lowest J 42 Refrigerators and Guaranteed from S3* tip Trailer SalesHome snp per and style to the budget-minded Cortina. .{ .:

9 Ranges from S39 up
'
current rates. Terms to 25 4-Dr. Cortina Station This has that rare combination ::
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Will gladly discuss at no ALTERATIONS on women'sclothing 17 Washers from $1* upS of Wagon wagon ,

First In air conditioning end ApPliance obllaetlon.years. Call tomorrow. alto buttonholes. Dryers from SAt* up Pacemaker. Mobile Homes ': the comfort of a passenger car the convenience of a station wagon and the '.
repairs. We sell guaranteed J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor belts, aV dressmaking. Call 2 Food-Freezers from St vp Sh* U end Alratn.nTravel ...
Main St. Ph. FR 2..494 31M891. 2 Dishwashers from SAt up Trailers :' an import.
washers N.
,
refrigerators, etc. 31 _
10 TV Sets from S3) t. Ocala's First Mobile Home ecoom
fft .
4C247.Appraisal ARNOLD JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Dealer Since )94 -' Like the Anglia this station
FRED B. Sewing Machine Repairs 419 NW Silt Ave.Ph. 372-5303 1929 Silver Sorinvs Blvd. Anglia Station Wagon regular wagon

Service REALTOR Phone 4I9-115S and service features that help
FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL S KEL- Ocala. Fla. features excellent gas mileage quality pro-

VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. VINATORS. New automaticwashers vide low-cost operation. .
AVE. PH. 3723.522MORTGAGE
1219 W. UNIV. 3761075. We repair all from SI31.". _
I t FRED REALTOR B. ARNOLD MONEY -Makes. Work fully guaranteed. New Refrigerators from .15..... FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 1 2Dr. Cortina GT A road version of the track champion that has a winning -

t, REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 5 V* per cent Interest. Terms to Tires New icemaker Freezers refrlg.from from $$139.95.New .'. 4120 NW 13th St. 441 South record against more expensive and highly tuned sports cars the Cor-

SERVICE Osyears. Alignment WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL Gainesville 372-5113
BUILD REFINANCE with sedan comfort andconvenience.
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Call Broke Service THE VARIETY STORE Hours 8 to .. Sunday.,11 to ,7 tin combines sports car performance and handling

Dan Byrd 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR Service Is a must with us. -
.
Auto Equipment 825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 VACATION SPECIALON 4-3484. FOR SALE OR RENT

I Smith Realtor, FHA famous nationally known Mohawk FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR Newberry Trailer Park on* mile
GLADYS and conventional loans. Low tires . Save up to SALE WILL TRADE FOR North on 41. S500 Down tit per WANTED

.-HYDRAULIc JACKS rebuilt I rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 so% on new tires. See our new ONE NEEDING REPAIR. month Total S99M During the of May we are our complete -
xchangedt Repair kits for W. Univ. Ave. 3223393.FORDYCE wrap around retread that shres FREEZERS t REFRIGERATORS Ora K. Ball mt at the ofern l prices Used Cr. late models mdiu and heavy, allow
I i Walker Jacks. Factory authorized more mileage traction. Lat GASSED IN HOME 9?. BUY FOR SALE lne' Els Fo we $600 over Join the Celebration
Walker Hydraulir Jack and' Associates Inc. mer Tire Co. 623 N. Main St. FREEZERS REFRIGERATORS Three bedroom Fleetwood 3964 have ever years as your local Ean u t bk Pick
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Conventional and F.H.A. loans. NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. model trailer on good lot with lists Ford Dealer. We have a good stock and Cane Motor Co., S. Main St. up
I SERVICE A SUPPLY 1314 S. Car 374-1234. Grace Fordyce, the English Ford either loca
WINDOW CLEAN IMG beautiful Hit, trees living shade with automatic y.or Specs at
a. Associates arriving tr.nisio. co
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Realtor Salt. .5
I : West University Ave 66 Misc For 'and affording a splendid place tlo.
Inc. W4 to relax and play. Located about
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1 Auto Glass nue.Sun I and waxed, houses washed. 18 BEAUTIFUL colorful mountednUf'ash. two miles south of High Springs. .
on U.S. 441. Owner must leave
yrs. experience. Free estimates. 4'2". By Al Pfleguer.
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Want Ads Phone FR 9-555. Miami. Fla. Only $165. The Tackle offered to him in the New CRANE Motor Co.

-. AUTO GLASS to our only butt Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd. land states. See this quick.

NIL Immediate tnstatUtioni" YardWork cLOSEOUT SALE deal priced to sell et $ .
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beauty value to your car. Get Results I I CHARLES WOR5HAM special 12' On Wallpaper. tic a Red Frank O. Howard R. E. -- 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-2425, ;
MAULDItrS AUTO GLASS CO. Ing In lawn mowing edging 4pruning. HARPER PAINT. CO. P. o. Box 703. Phone :
:323 N.W. Silt St. FR 4-2551. FR 4-1944 anytime. W S.W. Tib St. 374364 High Springs. Florida




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