Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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System ID: UF00079931:00121
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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their war of sabotage and V

( f nerves aimed at toppling Fidel Prof Goes To Board 1t
.f Castro's Communist regime. Road Czar

The Revolutionary Recovery '
Movement, a military action II II
said in its "first warcommunique" Farris Bryant said today
group Wednesday that By CLJF.CORMIER which met several times in Florida's election laws shouldbe
Sun Education WriterA February and March. overhauled to ensure the

4 .y University of Florida statistician Their report to Reitz on purity of the ballot.
whose research and March 21 stated that the action He said he was keenly con-

'Mystery Ships? teaching job is being abolished taken to terminate Hoffmann's cerned in maintaining public .

appealed his case to the State position "substantially followed confidence in the honesty of the
v WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. Board of Control today. a accepted procedures for univer- election process of Florida.

(AP-The Cuba raid of anti- Dr. Robert G. sities in such cases." Only Wednesday the state can-
Hoffmann research -
Castro commandoes stirred and President Reitz approved their vassing board made the official
4 6 professor teacher of
speculation over the where- statistics at the Health Center j findings April 27. count of votes cast in statewide

t"" abouts of two mystery ships, says he will take his case to Dr. Hoffmann came to the t races, ending a week of specu- t

I but one was reported today in court if the Board of Control a.y y University of Florida in 1957. lation and questions over the I
He had made statistical research winners in close
her berth here for at least a upholds a recommendation two races.
week. studies at six universi- The board decided that it lack-
_:- President J. Wayne Reitz that .
f his be discontinued ties while working on advanced ed the authority to order a recount -
Palm Beach newsmen and June 30.Hoffmann. on degrees in medical statistics.He of the ballots cast in the !
f port officials said the 174-foot R served on the faculty at May 5 first primary.
former Navy patrol craft Rex contends that action Louisiana State University and answer to questions at his
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was in slip No. 2. Earlier reports started more than a year F did research work in statisticsfor weekly conference the
't said she was absent from ago by Health Center ProvostDr. the U.S. Health Service. said for l'l'In I
governor provisions recount -
Samuel P. Martin to end
Hoffmann's at
slip No.1, but port operations p r # appointment of the votes should be
I manager J. E. Jaudon said the his $9,000-a-year job"is "dicta- ;;,. #:'- <>ii.:: ,", -.oi the UF was a dual one with his clearly set out in the law so thatit

vessel' normally occupies slip torial and arbitrary. HOFFMANN services split between the now- could be done, where indicated -
His attorneys, William Reynolds
No. 2. defunct statistical of
% laboratory quickly and efficiently in or-
Selig Goldin and Dick position would be discontinuedin
the university and the Health
i ::a-.B Dock officials at Port Ever- Jones, are seeking to enjointhe a year. der that campaigning could get I
Center. At the Health Centerhe
glades, Fort Lauderdale's Atlantic University from carryingout He said when his appeal was under way for the second prim
Feminine Fliers Finish Ocean outlet, said the Rex's the recommendations of a ignored he reported the incidentto served as statistical consul- ary.Asked I'
tant to the medical staff and
sister ship Leda has been gone five-man faculty committee the national headquarters of about a Dade County '

Among yesterday's racers to the Gainesville finish from there since Feb. 21. which investigated the matter. the American Association of first year medical students. grand jury report saying Dade'sshare
in statistics for
taught a course of highway construction
The lawyers the Univer- University Professors. After an
line in the International Women's Air Race Caro- "
were Both the Rex and the In 1961 the statistics labora- unfair and
Leda money was that Flor-
did follow of be-
line Jones right, of Painesville, Ohio, and her co-pilot sity not accepted procedures exchange correspondence
crewed principally by Spanish- and dealt arbitrarilywith tween the AAUP and the Uni- tory was incorporated into the ida should have a professional
Janet Gibbs, also of Painesville. They were among the speaking and closed to center Hoffmann's administrator the
seamen Hoffmann. versity, President Reitz order- computing leaving highway gov- !
J 22 women pilots who met yesterday's deadline in the visitors, have been frequent sub- under said such 1
Hoffmann said he appealedhis ed the faculty investigation, duties entirely ernor a setup might
three-day race from :Mexico to Gainesville. (Sun photo jects of speculation as a resultof case to top university offi- Hoffmann said. the Health Center provost. have drawbacks. J'i :

by Eddie Davis.) occasional cruises out of cials last June when he' was Law Prof. Hayford 0. Enwall About a year ago, HoffmannSee "If we had had a highway

South Florida ports.a notified by Dr. Martin that his was chairman of the committee ( PROF, Page 2)) commissioner I might not have J s
been able to put $11 million in ;

Lady Pilot combined raid by seaborne High for Science Advisor Dade east County- west," Bryant expressway said. in II IIthe I

commandos and guerrillas already ; "That was not provided for in _
the formula. Or
we might not :
in the hills gained controlof
have been able to set aside

Beats BossBy hours burning.the and port It left of said Pilon the other sugar for three raids mill Burns Warns of 'Radicals'MIAMI million terama.for access now" roads and, $2 to million Dade's later In. .. ,

would come soon.
"I would hate to see us in a
Prime Minister Castro in a : (AP)-Mayor Robert King High TAMPA (AP-"Only by keeping an strait jacket."

JEAN CARVERSun statement acknowledged the at- of Miami said today that if he is elected awareness before the public for 12 more He said also that if roadbuild-
Staff WriterA he will appoint an advisor days can we keep the radical elements from
governor on
tack, but said it came from a ing were put on the basis of population
Michigan flight instructor outflew her lady boss to ship standing at sea and not science and technology to help guide Florimaking decisions for the state of Florida" the entire state might

Gainesville yesterday to win the three-day :Mexico-to- from ground forces. da down the right path into the space age. Haydon Burns of Jacksonville said today as suffer because some types of

Gainesville Women's International Air Race. High, a candidate in the May 26 runoff he spotlighted the civil rights issue in his road construction should not be

., Pat Arnold, who averaged Castro's angry comment was primary for the Democratic campaign for governor. based upon population. ..
159.18 m.p.m. in her Piper being "somewhere around 39," broadcast by Havana Radio nomination said this advisor Faith "The opposing candi date The interstate highway would

"Cherokee" from Monterrey to has been flying for 14 years. about 15 hours after the attack would work with a committeeof High's sought and gained the NAACP never be built across thinly populated

Gainesville, was named winner She is one 'about 60 licensed which the exiles said took placeat the best brains Florida can endorsement," Burns said in a counties t o the heavily

1 of the $1,000 first prize this helicopter pilots in the world 3:50 a.m. Wednesday.The muster. To Woo CountyRobert brief platform appearance half- populated ones if this were the

morning.Her and owns her own helicopter.What communique did not give way through a coffee-and-rolls case, he said.Nevertheless.
boss Mrs. Bernice Stead- "These outstanding people, King High's wife,
about her number of the gathering of over 200 supporters. -
victory over the attacking Bryant said, he
he said in his announcement
ham the aviation firm in in Alachua
owns Faith will campaign
her boss? listed commandos .
force but agreed that the state road board
"Would advise the and
Flint, Mich., where Mrs. Arn- "I may be fired" she laughed frogmen, combat engineers, sig- pertinent departments governor of the County for her husband next He pictured his opponent, should be set up to get away
is commercial in-
old a flight and units week. Mayor Robert King High of from so-called
during a press conferencethis nal corps torpedo as state on dealing with the kingdoms of each
Mrs. Steadman proper
structor. well guerrillas, as partici- Miami, as "ranting and raving member, meaning the districtsfor
third in the race. morning. "But she (Mrs. as federal departments in the The "Faith High Bandwagon"will
from the
I political platform as
Steadman) wasn't too far be-, pants. and which the individual members
The winners were determined space, scientific technological tour the county next Tues-
if he trial before
+ through the University of Flori- hind. This may save the day." The exiles claimed they suffered fields, as well as assistingthe day, arriving in Gainesville at a jury.were" a lawyer, of the board are directly
da's computer center by calculating Other a'Hers in the race, no losses but said there state in bringing into Flori- 4 p.m. Local shopping ,centers Of himself, Burns said: "I do responsible."I believe the ,
the varying handicaps of which was sponsored by the was "tenacious fighting" with da related private business and will be included in Mrs. High's call kingdom struc- \
not panic. I decision
t every ture ought to be broken down
Florida "a numerically superior Com- "
the 23 pilots and the horsepower Women Pilots As-n. enterprise. stops.
after due reflection and serious "
and we have made a start, he
and the munist A spokesman for
of their airplanes.Mrs. Gainesville Chamber of army. "These are the types of bus-. The Miami mayor's wife and judgment. Not being a radical,
the invaders said Castro forces
Arnold who admits to : iness and industry we need in her group will spend Tuesday I don'i harbor radical views.
suffered considerable losses.
Mrs. Judy Wagner, Palos our state clean, compatible night in Gainesville. Wednesdaythey Mayor Nick Nucclo of Tampa, said.Huth
Verdes, Calif., second prize of While commandos held Pilon and active Burns NamedTo
paying high wages, will leave for Marion and an supporter,
Irish Force $600.Mrs. said the communique, engineersset he said. "This advisory committee Lake counties, where they will made an early appearance. His

Steadman, third prizeof off demolition charges at the would also help us promote High's bid for the gov- wife and son Vincent stayed Juvenile
$400. mill, then 'withdrew. Guerrillas key our higher education and ernorship. throughout.
Has Control Mrs. Marion Betzler, Colum- returned to the hills, the exiles research to the requirements of -

f bus, Ohio, fourth prize of $250. said. Some townspeople in the this new business and indus Counsel Post
Mrs. Marian Burke, San An- area welcomed the attackers, .
III try ConcedesReleases Werner E. Huth was named
tonio, $150 fifth place. they added. Kelly
High revealed his plan aftera chief juvenile counselor this -
Mrs. Gini Richardson, Yaki- Castro said the attack caused H. H.
day of campaigning in Orlan- morning by County Judge
Nrro Unrk EtmrB ma, Wash., $100 sixth place. loss of 70,000 bags of sugar (of. do. There he met his opponent, (Harry) McDonald. -

NICOSIA The com- The chamber will sponsor a 220 pounds each), that many Mayor Haydon Bums of Jack- Supporters' Votes Huth, 45, has a law degree
mander of the United Nations cocktail party and dinner tomorrow houses of workers were strafed sonville, face to face. They from the University of Mary

Peace Force said today that night for the women and that a woman and an 8- were to meet again this after- land and is currently bookkeeper -
he thought the Irish contingentin pilots at the Holiday Inn. year-old girl were wounded. noon in debate at the University For The Time BeingTALLAHASSEE for McCormick Restaurants

the tense port town of Fama- of South Florida in Tampa. Inc I

gusta had the situation "under "The governor of this state (AP) Sen. the ground that it lacked the He will assume the post to- ,

control." has no vote in the U. S. Congress Scott Kelly of Lakeland conceded authority to do so, was the proper morrow.

The East Coast town had beenon 'J01m"SETS HUNGRYRATTLESNAKES ," High told a news con- defeat today to Miami Mayor place for his appeal. Judge McDonald said this ;
of serious violence Robert in his bid morning that he could not indi-
the verge ference. "The governor of this King High Kelly charged that human er-
the killing Monday of two for Florida's Democratic guber- cate whether Huth will continue ,
since state will have no influence on ror and "irregularities" in some
Greek army officers and one LOOSEEDINBURG the civil rights law that congress natorial nomination. precincts cost him a runoff spotIn under newly elected County
Judge John Connell next Janu
Greek Cypriote policeman and passes. Kelly told a news conferencein his statement to newsmenhe

the abduction of 10 Turkish Cy Tex. (APRessomeone had pried the top off "It is a question of whetherwe the capitol there was not timeto said he was not impugningany ary.The appointment was announced !

priotes. idents of this lower Rio Grande the box. The snakes had es- are going to have compli- press his intended lawsuit of the other candidates, but in a letter from Judge ;

Lieut. Gen. Prem Singh Valley town were jittery today caped out a window of the car ance with the law or defianceof challenging the May 5 first primary wanted the recount to get an McDonald to Alachua County

Gyani, the Peace Force commander at the thought of 10 to 20 he left cracked for ventilation. the law.. count in which he placed accurate picture of election re- Commission Chairman. G. M.

visited Famagustathis hungry rattlesnakes wandering "One was crawling out the third behind High by 2,202 votes. sults. Davis.

morning. He said he had"informed" near schools in town. window, and another was Holley Declared Kelly said he had no desire to "The state canvassing board The position has been vacant

the leaders and of- An estimated 25 to 35 of the wrapped around the headlight delay the :May 26 runoff. refused to exercise its authorityon since Bob Jordan resigned on I'

ficials of both communities to reptiles were released from a when\ \came out," he said.C'I GOP Winner He announced that he would the basis of documented errors Feb. 15 to run for sheriff.
"do everything possible to paci- killed thembut the rest of them Huth is married and has a' '4.
box Wednesday' apparently not support High or the front- which we presented to it, -
fy the people. He and his live
Irish as a joke -and only 15 were were gone. runner in the first primary said Kelly. "The official count son. family at
of the Contingentare TALLAHASSEE .
Troops (APRep. 1433 NE 14th Ter.
deployed in strength around killed in a massive snake hunt Police. volunteer firemen and Charles Holley of Pinellas County Jacksonville Mayor Haydon stands and we will not contest

the old walled Turkish quarter which lasted until 1 a.m. and area residents joined the hunt won a first primary victory Burns, and was releasing his

and the adjacent harbor area was resumed at dawn. By 10 p.m., more than 150 per- for the Republican nominationfor supporters to chose, individuallywhom it"No
sons were searching, with flash- WHERETO
they wanted to support. Hand in Raid '
and in the sensitive suburbs of Miller an Edinburg governor with a total vote 7'
Roger. lights, sticks and twowaymechanic
Famagusta where the communities was collecting the guns of 71,790, the official statewide He advised his campaign or- FIND ITO
radios. ganization not to discard their WASHINGTON AP The
are intermingled. snakes to sell to a Laredo firm tabulation showed today. ( ) -
economic activity Police Chief Leroy Easton fix. Kelly buttons. "The 'GO' team State Department denied today i
The principal which pays 75 cents a pound. Holley polled 10,074 votes Comics . . 12Classified 1
for studentS
in Famagusta is centeredin pressed concern. more than the combined total will be back again, said Kelly. ,any United ,States involvementin
. 24-27
Miller kept the snakes' in a Miller's home is across the said he
Kelly was concedingon the anti-Castro raid Wednes-
the harbor area where normally give his two opponents. Ken Entertainment ::
Greek and Turkish Cy- wood box placed in an old car street from Pan American Col- Folks of Orlando polled 27,378 the advice of his lawyers.' day on a sugar mill in Cuba.A Obituaries . 2 H-

priote dockers work side by side body. He discovered when he relege, and is near two public votes. H. B. (Bob) Foster of He said the state canvassing' department spokesman also Opinion Page . 4

Since Monday the Turkish dock- turned from work Wednesday schools. Fort Myers Beach polled 34- board, which refused his peti- denied that any CIA money was Sports . 15.18

fhave' not reported for work. 338 votes. ___ __ _.. tion for a statewide recount, onT used to finance the raid. 0 Women's . 10-J1 If'
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.2. Gainesville Sun Thursday, May 14, 1964

-' I. (RED) BIRDS GET WORM; Sweetheart of Silent Screen

Doctors Scoring I :: -: = Weather. Roundup-: I BUYERS JUST GET CANDY l Still Has Famous Dimples I

MOSCOW (AP) The government newspaper Izvestia --
A : criticized Soviet factories Wednesday night for putting so LONDON (AP)-At the age of gave up with age," she said

Hit in Viet Nam I B \. \---. many of their products in unattractive wrappings.For 71, Mary "Pickford still has "but .I think quite a few of
: = i \. example: I dimples that made her the them may be about."

F a+ INi/ \ 1. Candy in wrappers showing two chickens fighting over a the sweetheart of the silent film She said she had heard thai
A9'. ,.. \ -ew' the Russians have several of
tl W. JOYNES in Seattle '" days.
;I) By l\IACFARLANI told newsmen about ZONESB ", worm.
I his February to May 1 stint in fair 2. Wrist watches in boxes with decorations similar to thoseon "With time many thinpr them.
\ ,WASHINGTON (AP) In C D E ;- Generally
a Viet Nam hospital Tuesday be- r.\ insect powder containers."To pass," smiled Mary, "but the I
SQuth Viet where death through Friday. Cooler tonight } Asked if she ever thought ol
Name "
I fore heading home ( sell under conditions of shortages is easy, said Izvestia, dimples seem to stay.
with low in the 60s. High Friday returning to the screen she replied "
comes with the stealth and suddenness ,
_.." awu..e \-'IUCII but now we have more and more goods and it is clear to us With her husband, Charles! =
of the The work" t near 80. Northerly winds : "Let's put it this way-
a tiger's pounce, the ,American "
= that selling today! is not a simple business. (Buddy) Rogers, Mary is hereon 1'''
lives of a small group of Amer, medical teams among<; the 8 to 15 miles an hour.A ; \ r \ people have their illusions.

ican doctors are prized by both I peasants, he said, is proving Fair through Friday. Cool .__._.. part of a European trip to want them to keep them.
\ her old
sides in the guerrilla' fighting."I our most effective counter-Com tonight with lowest temperatures 54 try to pick up some Asked why her films had not
to 63. High Friday 82 to 16. Fellh' \ 'rw movies, to visit old friends-
been seen on television Mary
didn't feel unsafe, said munist program. F G HI'::" Scattered thundershowersthis i ;
afternoon. Clearing tonight and \ I '' and have fun. said: "That little girl of the
Dr. Henry C. Savage, a !
said Friday. Low tonight 6Q to 65. High ., Public Health Service surgeon He the Americans work Friday 10 to 85. Southwesterly winds s i "I want a silent film days gave me a lift
is aimed primarily at helping 10 to 15 miles an hour. becoming '., .,rAW lywood museum," said said, of comparative luxury-and I'm
just back from duty in a Viet northerly tonight and Friday.j I
Nam city. "I wouldn't dare I civilians, including thousands K Partly cloudy through FrI-. .,- NOBLES: "and perhaps for somethingelse not going to turn on her now."

walk through Central Park at caught up ,and injured, in .the day tonight with scattered 70 to 75.thundershowers.Low High Friday s1Faen DALLAS H. CUMBEE -" I She did admit, though, thatit
skirmishes between theCommunist South and southwest winds She said she expected to old
bloody mid-Ms. Mrs. Georgia Ann Nobles, a she located enough of her
but I drove around Da Word has
night, 10 to 15 miles an hour becoming BRADENTON -
Viet Cong and the variable Friday. MS qC y tic resident of Alachua County foi spend about six weeks here,films she might reconsider.
Nang at night. been received here of the deathof
.. J, U.S.: backed government for es. ALMANAC 74 years, died yesterday even- and then visit France, Belgium "If they were re-edited, well,,
None of the doctors serving on Dallas H. Cumbee, 46. Serv-
But, he said, Viet also her home. She was 96. Spain and the Soviet Union. I who knows, be.
L1 the three American medical Cong Sunset today ........... 7:15 p.m. GAINESVILLE WEATHER ing at ices were scheduled today in they might
slip'in for treatment. "They are Sunrise tomorrow .. ..... 5:37 a.m. Mrs. Nobles of 125 SE 10th "Many of my old films have worth looking at all over
teams in South Viet Nam "re- t Bradenton.He .
in, these wounded The Moon. riding high tonight..... Municipal Airport readingsfor St., born in Putnam CoiuJy. been destroyed, or they just
brought young seTS.. ............. 10:40 p.m. was again.
gard themselves"as on a hazard- but healthy VCs," he, said, First Quarter ............... May 18 25 hours to 8 a.m. today: : She was a member of the moved to Bradenton 22 Paid
O assignment, said Savage.: High 82 at 10 p.m., low 66 Church. Advertising
adding: PROMINENT STARS Baptist from Newberry.
Savage, 47, father of 10 children at 6 a.m. Trace of rain. years ago
f and chief of in the: "And we feel that this program The Twins above the .Moon... The Rev. Everett Boals will The wolf is almost extinct in
: surgery Procyon low In west ':S8 p.m. ELSEWHERE Cumbee was a graduate of
is an effective instrument TEMPERATURES the 48 contiguous states. It survives -
Public Halth Service hospital officiate at funeral services tobe Newberry High School and >t
'ht because anybody appreciateshis VISIBLE PLANETS H L Prep. in appreciable numbers
held tomorrow at 2
p.m. Jacksonville Barber College.
t life being saved. A VC or Saturn Venus to rises the right......of...the....Moon.... 2:11 am. Jacksonville 85 83 71 6& .09.45 Williams-Thomas Chapel. Survivors include his widow, only in Alaska and parts of I r
anybody appreciates Miami Canada.
More About FORECAST Tampa 87 72 .:u Burial will be in Melrose Ceme- Annabelle G. Cumbee; a son,
when he knows that if he had 77 47
tery. David, with the U. S. Air Forcein
IA not been treated by some qual- EAST GULF: Northerly winds 10 to New Orleans 80 jg .15 Include five Festive STRAWBERRY
Boston Survivors : daughters -
15 knots through Friday. Scattered 67 58. .14 France; a brother, Carroll,
ified he would have New York
4 Prof surgeon thundershowers tonight with showers 79 58 1.17 Mrs. Claudia Deschampsof
Washington Newberry; and two sisters,
extreme south on Friday.
died. 58 39 .29
chicago Key West, Mrs. Nellie: Preserves 59 T
TIDES Kansas City 70 52 Mrs. J. B. North and Mrs. An
"We are reaching the peasantwho CEDAR 31"rs.
Ft. Worth 80 70 52 51 Thompson of Jacksonville, Mrs, rue Mae Peterson, both of Bra- ;

:_ From Page 1 has no other source of med- .n.Friday m... Law__at.High....M_ at A.m_nn 4.46_ and_P-a.m.10.54 and D.m.3:17 Seattle Los Angeles 56_37 Tiny Wilkinson, Mrs. Jesse Peoples -. denton.
ical service and it is appre- and Mrs. Bessie Hampton, This Item Appeared Incorrectly In Our AdvertisementWed.

ciated. When you travel in rural all of Gainesville; one son, C. L. FORD .. May 13th. 1964
said, Dr. Martin informed him areas. can hear "Bac si,
that he had made up his mindto bac si,'.you on all sides. It means East German Wife Lures 16 Morgan grandchildren Nobles of and Gainesville 25 great;t, CHERRYVILLE, N.C.Word "Where Shopping Is A Pleasure'

do with statistical serv- has been received in Gainesville
away doctor in English, and you can .
ices at the Health Center. Hoff hear it everywhere you go. Husband To Red Prison Pall Bearers will be, of the death of C. L. Ford of GAINESVILLEStiOPPINC

mann said Martin's decisionwas "You turn around and see a Cherryville yesterday.
R. V. Ford, Edward L. King,, CENTER
reached after he had poll- He the father of Mrsr Albert :
former patient, all smiles. He was
the relative Paul C. Thames Denton P.
hard labor, -
ed the deans and top staff officials and BERLIN (AP)-An East Ger- months at : L. Styles, 1325 N.W. 6th l
greets you, says surely you who asked not to be named Wilson, Alex Bliziotes and Dick 1saA11 % Tf Open 9-9 Man. thru Fri.
at the Health Center.Of remember him. You stop and man trapeze artist who crawleda Ave.

1 15 deans consulted only think twice. Then you see a scar high tension line to West Berlin said in an interview. Surrency.Williams Thomas Funeral Services will be in North Ca a,,,. 9-7 Saturday

two indicated they were benefit- you recognize, or maybe it is a 17 months ago was lured "The worst thing is, Horst's Home,is in charge. olina.
ting from Hoffmann's services. child with a foot in a cast you back by his wife and is now in wife obtained a divorce in Feb-

Hoffmann said an effort was put on. a Red prison, a close relative ruary and last month she re

made to relocate him to an- And you find there is very said today. married." 1 -

other at the much concern on the part of the
position University, The wife has divorced him 38 Wednesday,
Klein was
Vietnamese for the
Df unsuccessfully. safetyfor and married another man. escaped to West Berlin in De- 0000EBOYSTHE
"Besides," he said, "I'm a the American personnel.
medical statistician and this is On the general situation in The relative said the circus cember 1962 after he circus was forbidden be--

the only functional job for me Viet Nam, he expressed belief performer, Horst Klein, went to work in a

at this University." that "without American support back to East Berlin last July, cause he was too outspokenly

Hoffmann said this Is the first this is a lost cause" and that if after receiving letters from his antiCommunist.Kline
communism who said she could climbed a pylon sup- ( PEOPLES CHOICEWINBYALANDLWE)
timehe ever heard of a universitY -Viet Nam is lost to wife, Sylvia, cables
Cambodia and Laos "will also go not go on living without him. porting power spanningthe
,. abolishing a job to get barbed wire barricades and
t rid of a faculty member. right in. "As soon as Horst got back, the Teltow Canal.Gainesville.
"This means that even if a "The Vietnamese are really he was arrested and last December -
fine gracious people I
professor had tenure at the University he was sentenced to 30 Sun {
the administrationcould proud people and not warlike, $ I
said. "They the victims
Savage are
get around that easily iftheywanted Group Elects Published evenings except
of outside aggression. Saturday and Sunday morn-
rid of him.
to get
Da Nang, where Savage was Ings by the Gainesville Publishing 1
University officials say Hoffmann stationed, is a city of about 50- John AndrewsJohn Company at 101 SE 1I
was eligible for tenure, 2nd Place, Gainesville. Florida I
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Record Breakers Are Books NATO Aims :
1 Publishing GOP Claims Lady BirdHousing

At World

On Life :Assassination of KennedyI f- :

11 i ., Relaxation I 'Poor Tenants

'By'SID MOODYAP nonfiction even though it was .-
ill 3fr tn dark CTimrti t.: tenants:
Newsfeatures Writer withheld for a time after the as-
I NEW. YORK (AP-The) big- From His Pulitzer WinnerTo sassination. THE HAGUE (APMinistersof By MARJORIE HUNTER 4 but The has land been once converted produced in cotton recent
gest and bestsellers in the publishing the North Atlantic Treaty t
Random House is one of the I' WASHINGTON Two Republican years to pine trees. Many
industry are books about Memorial Volumesese Organization expressed deter-
firms that has will I! Alabama farmers who
I publishing re- congressmen say they x gave up
the life mination
and assassinationof today "to achieve a #
leased Within t: cotton and switched to timber
sales figures. a
John F. Kennedy. genuine relaxation" in interna- show at a press conference to
month of publication it has sold 1 moved their former tenants off
They range from a thesis he Italian Dutch, Danish and their issues of the assassinationand 105,565 copies of Jim Bishop's tional relations. They reaffirmed day that tenants on Mrs. LyndonB. : the land. Mrs. Johnson allowed
wrote as an undergraduate at that the German prob- Johnson's Pine Lands in Ala- her former tenants to
Swedish editions. funeral of the late presi "A Day in the Life of President i stay.
Harvard to the book that won dent. A total of 2.85 million copies -', Kennedy." lem can only be settled by the bama are living in poverty. i Of the 20 families who once
him a Pulitzer Prize. One runs Western Publishing Co., which has sold. I will of the German people.In This latest move in the con- lived on her land, there are
only several hundred words and printed "The Torch Is Passed," "Why England Slept," written a communique ending gressional jockeying over President { only three left. All of them are
sells, by the tens of thousands. says the press run is the larg-- Look magainze also put out a by Kennedy in 1940 as an enlarged meeting, the NATO foreign Johnson's anti-poverty elderly and expressed a desire
Some.:sell by ,the millions. est they know of in terms of memorial Kennedy edition but. version of a thesis he did ministers said that "every suit'gram will be made by Rep.pro- E! to stay, rather than to start
'How many of the Kennedy units produced and sold in so declined to disclose sales. at Harvard, has sold 43,943 copies :' able opportunity should be taken -David T. Martin (R-Neb.), and .rLADY again elsewhere.

I books have been sold is hard to short a period. Two Kennedy books were high since its original publication, to bring nearer to realization:Rep. M. G. Snyder (R-Ky.). I Each family pays Mrs. Johnson *
.) determine. The publishers Another multimillion seller is among sales totals for'1963. One by Wilfred Funk and 8,022 of I the wish of the German peoplefor Both are members of the House I $5 a.month for a house -
aren't releasing sales ,figures.It's those were sold during the first reunification, in freedom." I Education and Labor Committeethat
of Kennedy's
"Four Days, a joint effort was "Profiles in Courage, an old cabin and a few acres
against their policy, they four months of 1964. Sales of a The ministers expressed is to wind work
I United Press International and own Pulitzer Prize win- up of land on which to grow corn
L say.But American Heritage. "Four ner. Long a top seller after publication -: paperback version put out by at the Greek-Turkish Cyp-I this week on the administra- md peas. The payment covers'
r the largest seller is one Days" has also been distributedin in the 1950s, it had gone, Doubleday totalled 18,000 in November riot.fighting in Cyprus and said tion's $962.5 million anti-poverty the taxes on the land. Mrs.
r that ha n't-made the best seller book stores through Simon through 30 printings. It sold and early December. NATO would fully support, Unit- Johnson sends clothing and giftsto
lists The' Associated Press book and Schuster. Sales total just "fantastically well" after the Farrar Straus & Co. has'printed -ed Nations efforts to bring bill.Martin and Snyder flew to BIRD the families and has assured
Her Farmof
on assassination. "The Torch over two million through UPI assassination in November, according 130,00 copies of "The JohnF. peace to the troubled island. I Alabama last weekend to inspect them they can continue to live
a't Is Passed.: By early May'it had papers and broadcasting stations to Harper Row, the Kennedys-a Family Portrait"by Some of the concern Wr Cyprus Mrs. Johnson's land holdings land in Autauga and Chilton there as long as they wish.
r 5010,612,000 copies and orders and an additional 350,000 to date' publishers. photographer Mark Shaw. was eased earlier in the and to talk to the few ten- counties, northwest of Montgomery Whenever a cabin is aban-
were: $ coming in for about35,000volumes via book stores. The Itter figure doned, the area is seeded for
day when Greece and Turkey
Bradlee wrote a ants still living on her property.
J' a week. Almost I Harper is not releasing fig- Benjamin Ala. She inherited much of
has put "Four Days" atop the of in News- agreed to accept the mediation timber.
memorial Kennedy
all have been sold through member nonfiction best seller list for a ures but Publisher's third Weekly be- week of several hundred words of the NATO secretary-general I They were to have detailed I the land from her mother's es Paid Advertising
If ;'.t. newspapers of the news cooperative -number of weeks. A press run of notes hind "Security"Profiles"Is was a Thumb anda which Lippincott has illustrated in their bitter dispute over the their findings of what they call tate and purchased additionalacres
,rather than bookstores in Dutch version has I their own "poverty tour" at a .
r 40,000 a The short eastern Mediterranean island. from relatives.A
Blanket" for 1963 which sold with photographs.
I which is why the volume been ordered. I press conference this morningat
\ f is not at the top on best seller 356,000 copies. Harold Lasky's booklet, titled "That Special,NATO Secretary-General Dirk the Congressional Hotel on White House spokesman
lists. Slightly more than 300,000 Life magazine printed three "JFK-the Man and the Myth," Grace," has sold over 100,000 U. Stikker to act as concilatorbut Capitol Hill.
copies have also been sold overseas million copies of a memorial a critical book on the late presi- copies since April 27. A second there was no reference to I gave this account today of Mrs.Johnson's .
; I in Spanish, Korean, Japan- Kennedy edition combining dent, was No. 4 for the year in printing is in the works. I this step in the communique. Mrs. Johnson owns 3,660 acres land holdings and




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JOHN B. BAR ISON. President .adPablUfceu NtlU dark wttttt but of articulate members of probably right, though the got more than 500 votes on the pers if he wins.

dean ED PAT JOBNSOX.COWLES.Tic llee rrccUcat Pre I&- By JAMES RESIGNWASHINGTON the party such as Gabriel Hau- surprising history of Nixon, first ballot and failed to win Maybe all these assumptions

Florida's Beautiful and Exeeati Editor W. G. fBffl) An important ge, Milton Eisenhower, JohnJ. Rockefeller and President the nomination. Yet no con- will come true, but it b" not -
,. ,%;t EBEBSOLE. Tie President and Ad'UniversitYCitY' change has come over McCloy and Robert Lovett, Kennedy in the last few years vention in over 30 years has at all as certain as his zeal-
.- ILtIIIT YertUlBf DtrccUri BOB TAETAG- the Republican Party. It is and former members of the should be a warning that failed to nominate the man ous backers, would have you

-. tins LIONE.Haaau.Tic PnUdent M4 Cfeul- not that'it is weak and divided Eisenhower cabinet such as anything can happen in Amer- who led in the popularity believe. If it were* ,Barry

.- -, -that has been true for at Thomas Gates, Lewis L. ican politics. polls at convention time. would be in a better mood
least age n e ration. The Strauss, Herbert B row n- The second assumption is GOLDWATER DOES NOT than he has been in this
THE SUN'S POLICY- '.. ,.. _.-. change is that it is not talking ell, William P. Rogers, Allen far less certain. The paradoxof want to ,test his strength in month. __ _

.- .'1.' Report the news ,fully and Impartially In the news columns. .: .. openly and frankly about its Dulles and Fred Seaton. Goldwater is his mani- Oregon this week, though it Lodge is In an awkward po
AJ .} 2. Express the opinions the Sun in-but only editorials troubles. fest strength with the profes- is the only pr imary where all sition, having to choose be

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.. .-. with Willkie, Dewey and Eis indicates the prevailing popularity among Republican Rockefeller's weakness in the but wanting Goldwater's see-
z.. enhower. Then honest menon attitude of these men in this Lodge 41
voters: per California primary. He is ond-choice votes. Eisenhoweris
EtTu Brute! -- both sides argued out week's Newsweek. Magazine."Six cent; Nixon, 30 per cent; counting on the continued neu- merely hoping for the best.
their differences; but today, months ago," he is Goldwater, 15 per cent. trality of Eisenhower. He is And most of the Eisenhower
ironically, the most articulateand
quoted as saying, "we might In contrast Harris gives in progressives are letting the
counting on Lodge staying
ruler Julius Caesar for-the.first
Mighty The city government progressive wing of the
pre- have lined behind
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pared to leave Rome to wage war time was to be placed in the handsof party is virtually silent. body. Now the whole Eisen- gates with 370 sure and 592 the continued silence of the This 'is the really new

t I against Parthia. But the great national the pepole the people whose SENATOR JAVITS and hower group is scattered. We likely on the first ballot, with Republican moderates. And thing in the party, and it

J leader,was the victim of a con. utility bills were under.$25 monthlyand Keating of New York and Sen could have coalesced behinda 655 needed to win. No candi- he is hoping for the support of is one of Goldwater's greatest

:I r I'' spiracy by men he had ,befriended.. who mowed their own lawns and ator Thomas H. Kuchel of California Eisenhower candidate had only,indicated if General a date ,in this century has ever the normally Republican pa- assets.

i/'t/ As the regal toga-clad figure stood painted their own eaves and spray-' have indicated open- choice. Now it's too late to

Iii in the Roman Senate, an assassin ed their own chinch bugs. ly that Senator they could Goldwater not support get behind a new candidate ON THE RIGHT *
into Caesar's '
knife shaft
drove a
r the basis of the platform
f he "
vitals. :Most significantly, the public's seems to be supporting now, (Scranton) would
have made a splendid'can- (
i business. was to be conducted in the but most of the other influential 'Goldwater Will Ruin
1 didate. But nobody made the I
I Mortally wounded, Caesar fell. public's! view, open and''above board. Republican moderates and move.' Not Bill, nor the others, I
progressives have had littleor
His agonizing, glance fell on the aloof Mail propaganda from the Young nor ,the GeneraL The sheer !
nothing to
t figure of Marcus Junius Brutus, a Turks' principle supporter, the Civic Seldom in say.recent history lack of anybody doing any- The ,

j false friend obviously privy to the Action Association, declared boldly, has there been such a sharp thing has got us wherewe Republican Party'By
It's lesson
are. a good on
assassination. Wrenched from Caesar's "NO SECRET MEETINGS of the contrast between 'the private .
how not to select a presi- \
lips was the damning accusation City Commission." Newspaper ad- and public dialogue within dent." WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. \
I the party. At the height of the
"You too, Brutus vertisements proclaimed: "FAVORS battle for Eisenhower and Part of the reason for this I
Speaker. The nomination of unemployed.S. Who gets hurt is the
defeatism lies in the manage.
J open discussion of public policies by against Taft in 1952, ,the Eis- assump-
tion that President Johnson Barry Goldwater will destroythe .' What do you mean by poorer people, who have to ;
I The Latin words, "Et tu, Brute!I" the City Commission and OPPOSES enhower Republicans never can't be stopped anyway, and Republican Party.Q. the "high overhead of doing pay income taxes (16 per cent

originated at Caesar's death some secret Commission meetings and talked private so bitterly against or Taft sharplyin the rest of it rests on the Why? business?" for everyone who earns as

: J 2,008 years ago. The precise date deals." they are doing now in private as- second assumption that Gold- S. Because the Republican Q..Any employer who wantsto little as $500 and has no dependents -

was the Ides of :March.'.Ever since against Goldwater. .But water now has so many dele- Party; seeks to speak for all start a business has to ); and who don't get

.j Caesar's fall to the, Senate floor, Said the news story quoting candi- in public they are virtually gates that he cannot be stop- the people, and Barry Gold- pay laborer: a wage at least employed on account of the
water speaks for only one sufficient a) to buy food sluggishness of an economy i
I! ; ;.. March 15 has been in literature a. date Sutherland, "There's ,no Question mute.This is true, not only of for small plutocratic section of and basic foods are maybe bent down by the weight of

, j date of gloom, of darkness, of fear, in my mind that the City Com- mer President Eisenhower, THE FIRST assumption is the people.Q. half again as high as they everything it has to carry.

.. of conspiracy. It is a time for mission indulges in secret sessions. B-b-but..Goldwater fig- would be if the Government S. Then why are so many
ures it this way, that you didn't subsidize agriculture.He people saying that Goldwater
*. i i, dastardly deeds.Gainesville They come to agreement on issues
, which should ,be debated in public." can't help the rich without has to pay laborers a would ruin the Republican.
CONSCIENCE OF helping the poor, and that wage that b) will permit himto Party?
:i had such a. day ,this you can't help the poor with- rent a room whose cost Q. Because many people J

week. Anti-secrecy was a major pointone THE SOUTHBy out helping the rich. Isn't he, reflects things like an electricians' believe that true humanitarianism -

1\ of the mere four which the in saying this, taking the iden- hourly pay of nine consists in taking from

It was Monday. The best we can Young Turks widely promoted. Witha tical position that Lincoln dollars protected by a monopoly group a) in order to give to
RALPH McGILL took? Lincoln said that he union sanctioned the b). They do not realize
by group
the Gainesville Commis- blush of the
City happy optimism
figure rosy ,
Pulitzer Prise. Winning Publisher not in favor of
l was hurtingthe
government. Then there is the that group a) and b)
Of the AUanU. (Ga.) Confutation'Something group
at least Turks into office
three Young
sion held meetings- surged
progelled rich. Is it your point that cost of government. The wage in a free society are peril-
one of them: a__.secret session.-'cOn- by the tidal force of 4,000 be- Lincoln would have destroyedthe earner must earn enough to ously close to being the Iden-

trived to conceal facts from the lievers. Republican Party today pay taxes for foreign aid to tical set of people: that you

: Gainesville citizenry. Blind by running as its candidatefor Yugoslavia, for juvenile delInquency just can't get from the Rocke-

n president? payments for New fellers of the world the kind
4 i, Now, fourteen months later, we
S. You Goldwater fans are York City, for grants to Hart- of money you need to keep
| Put the"secre'tsessions, in context. are told the City Commission periodically full of anachronistic, reaction- ford, Connecticut to pay fora the Appalachians of this

wF..ew. ..meet&.jn-.:'semPl f.sions"An 'vate".-- ues ary sophistries. You obviously new bridge over the down- world in deep freezes and
i FourfeeiPmontnTragoGainesville f s'fit -ne\vswen area :.-= AndRuthless. -.- '. don't see the point, whichis town traffic center, for Ford V8s. Goldwater can

",' faced a.. ignjfj ant_social upheaval. vited:if they promise to keep their that the Republican Partyis you name it._ Are you deny destroy the Republican Party I
or ,ought to be dedicatedto ing that the cost of all only if the voters have be-
It was E HIoaJtime.Turks'r3ffan : gig: mouths shut. +* i"i' -- articles'on.th -background government
uj** 7Tns( irthe: last'of'a series of-three 'a'- program of public wel- in fact equals 31 per come convinced that the Fed-
'Sutherland i f! d''Ed of the Southern Appalachians.)
farism. Senator Goldwater is cent of the gross national product eral Government, rather than
Turlington had ,challenged the "Old Look back, oh Romans, to the WASHINGTON President Johnson's denand for war the symbol of opposition to in America? the American people, is the

i Guard" .rulers' .,of city government. promises of fourteen months ago, against poverty and the emphasis given the misery and social advance for all the S. Granted but a large primary source of general

.' They promisecLfresh:: new:ideas,,'boldthinking" and cry out with Caesar hopelessness of the Southern" Appalachians was greeted by people. His nomination would part of that goes to the cost economic welfare.
some with cynicism. "Why, they asked, "all this sudden therefore alienate the body of S. I think
of national defense.. suppose you you
coupled with fair play'regardless "
need for relief of the mountain people? Republican voters.Q. are a great debater
t settingup
of status or position. Et tu, Brute!. JIr1 It is not a new need. It,is an old need, long documentedwith But isn't Goldwater's Q. Less than one third.S. the questions this way,
.1j grief and suffering. program precisely based on All right less than one and answering them thirway

In 1912 Horace Kephart, after a decade of life and research helping all people? Goldwateris third: but that other two- before a captive audience.Q. .

in the Appalachians, concluded his book, "Our Southern saying, for instance, that thirds represents our advance What alternative do I
I I DELIGHTS DE GAULLE, GALLS U. S. Highlanders," with a plea: the kind of poverty that crip- towards the ideal of federal have, than to speak'my mind?

ples Appalachia results from social insurance... S. Shut up, that's what.Q. .
"HERE IS WHERE the nation at large is summoned bya the lack of mobility of economic Q. But Goldwater's pointis You have hurt my'feel
solemn duty. And it should act quickly because commercialism forces which, if they that the 'so-called ideal of ings.
II ; Having and Eating His Cake (or natural resources) exploits and debauches quickly. were not tied down by the federal social insurance is actually S. That is something less

V high overhead of doing business hurting the common than a national catastrophe.Q. .

It has been 52 years since ,Kephart urged quick action. in American life, might man. The rich don't get ser- Do people with hurt feel-
,Thomas Wolfe of Smokies of western stepforward with job opportunities iously hurt, except by the
1 came- out the Great Ings qualify for federal aid. ?
His efforts 'to ent of
promote a fitting French'nu
N mtmtl1 -
I rm dirk way North Carolina, to become one of the best known novelists for the Appalachian high income taxes but theyIn S. Fun-ny.
U. S.-British-French organization ,clear strategy into NATO nu-
By C. L. SULZBERGERTHE of the 1920s. There was in him the mountain man's passionate :
for coordinating global clear strategy. In 1956 NATO
feeling for the land and its people. In "The Hills Be- I
HAGUE-It is IncreasIngly -
strategy were rebuffed; endorsed Immediate use of .
i1 : fashionable 'around therefore De Gaulle chose to nuclear in of yond, he wrote:
:weapons case "Some changes had occurred but for the most part i
:NATO, whose foreign minis- take back
what he calls attack
an The
on Europe. Ken-
they were the tragic ones. The mountain slopes and
'ters are now meeting, to con- France's freedom of action. nedy administration altered great Voice of the
cede that DeGaulle is perhaps This "independence" (his own this strategy to "graduated forests had been ruinously detimbered; the farm-soil on hill- PeopleOn
Alliance sides had eroded and washed down; high up, upon the
right to suggest word "
) itself inside
expresses De Gaulle feels
hills the of old mica the
After all NATO one saw raw scars pits, dump
reform. the Alliance
on organizationand there can be no guarantee for heaps of deserted mines. Some vast destructive "Suck" has
,'* :-is almost 15 years' old and strategy and outside the Europe without promise of The Sun's Opinion Page t
been work here it
: foresawj' at ; was evident that a' huge compulsive
I 'its founding treaty Alliance on world politics. He
immediate nuclear riposte. to greed had been'2It work; the whole region had been sucked Opinions and comments of Sun readers .
"discussion of changes after a ignores efforts to bind are welcome in the Voice of the Peopto'column. Letters
.decade. France's atomic aggression. and gutted, milked dry, denuded of its primeval treasures must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should
arms program something blind and ruthless had been here grasped and nor exceed 500 words and must be written on only' one side of the
f paper. Poetry cannot be used The
The world is immensely different into NATO's but he has Furthermore, De Gaulle in- Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten It, without changing the writer's
: from that of 1949. Empires backed the Alliance in crises sists that, unlike the U.S.A. gone. intent meaning or

f have vanished; U.S. nu- over Berlin and Cuba. His and NATO, France would use
THE REAL RAPE of the Southern did not
:clear preponderancy has been maxim is simple: U Russia its tiny atomic arsenal im- Appalachians Bill of RightsEndangered his heart or head to decide ciency. In the face of rising
actually begin until the 1950s, almost 30 after. Wolfe .
is threatens, NATO exists. mediately and would aim it "voluntarily" whether he
West Germany re-
'i :diluted; was appalled by the ruinalready inflicted. In this latter pressure )Jo reform themselves -
:armed; France has a baby at enemy cities. Current U.S. period coal was ripped out by' bulldozers and huge steel wants to pray or what he what do Congressmen
atomic force; China berates DE GAULLE has three primordial and NATO strategy would in- scoops. In addition the auger method undercut hills. Gigantic, should pray? He will do what do? They decide to proclaim
Russia. aims: ((1)France) itially destroy only military in- the other children do, of loudly their
post-Stalin nightmarish borers, more than six feet diameter: cut into EDITOR, Sun: With the sup- devotion to God
Seeking to adjust these new must control its own atomic stallations. DeGaulle feels thatto coal seams. Many of these operations went on night and of Mat- course, and so he will, in and County by forcing school
I force and strategy; (2)It) deter a potential port Representative every real sense, be forced to children to
Washington sponsors enemy perform
factors, day until the coal was exhausted. Mud filled the valleys. thews major drive is being religious
an Allied nuclear navy, must remain militarily stronger he must be faced with holocaust This mud will not be stopped until 'it reaches the MississippiDelta. made,.in Congress to amend pray by the state. rites in classrooms. -

the multilateral force or than West Germany and a ; that therefore France Tax payers pay the cost of dredging rivers and removing the Bill of Rights for the first They include the extremistson The mind
boggles at the
I.L.F., and is ready to ex-. national nuclear force guarantees should be capable of triggering ,cast mud flats to: the navigable: rivers.. The fish aregone time in our history. The Bill the right, who increasingly -
P+!lore any further !Ideas offer:! this; _((3)) By'possessing: off a doomsday machine.. from the_streams. of, Rights is one of mankind's show their contempt for thought of what historianswill

e3. It hopes De Gaulle_ will such' a force, France'ensuresits' France,.in effect, adheres to_ most majestic political docu- our government, for rules of write about this parliamentary
spell out some of his,thoughts participation in any overall the strategy or "retaliatorystriking TODAY MEN .AND WOMEN curse coal John 'L. LewIS'Mine 'ments. It is the guide to all fair debate, and for individual episode. But in any x

: but here Washington' .. be, global 'settlements., DeGaulle power" evolved "by Workers Union, unable to pay the pensions and maintain individual liberties in Amer ,rights. Such radicals of .case, they will have to record

disappointed. conveniently pursues the Eisenhower administration wage scales in the many "dog hole" mines, is hated ica. But it may be forever the right are not even conser- that many Americans-few, of
these goals under NATO's and it is hard to see how where once it was loved. Lewis himself, once a hero, is, mutilated ,if the Constitutionis vatives; wittingly or not. they whom even bothered to read
I FOR' WHILE De Gaulle believes protective umbrella.His this policy can be fitted into in many places a part of the curse on coal. In the autumn of amended to permit state want a powerful governmentthat the decisions of the Supreme

I philosphically in a policy unabashedly sub- NATO's or America's more 1962 the United Mine Workers abandoned the Cumberland and local governments to will write prayers, impose Court on religion in schools

I Western Alliance, he doesn't ordinates "Western" interestto modern strategy. No mere Al- Plateau. The heavy rains of the-last two years have wroughtnew write official prayers for loyalty oaths, regulate -lent themselves to a scheme
really believe in NATO as an what De Gaulle considers liance reform can bridgethis havoc. Today, perhaps 70 per cent of the inhabitantsare school children. teachers, censor books, increase -' that endangered the entire

organization. He thinks it "French" interest. He is con- measureless abyss.CONSEQUENTLY on relief-living totally from surplus foods.It police powers, and silence Bill of Rights and, so, their
might even be better to de- vinced Russia plans no war' was the tragedy of the Southern Appalachians to have Who are the people who critics. And they seem own liberties.

stroy and reconstruct"NATO; but that, should he prove things resources that were to be cut from the earth or dug from it., work so hard to undo the dedicated to the destruction of

rather than reforming it, but wrong, the U.s.A. would remain brilliantly simple for Because they were isolated, politicians were more easily work of Jefferson and Mad- the Supreme Court for the ROBERT YOAKUM

In practice he': concedes it is promptly help Europe.De De Gaulle. Whatever France corrupted. The need was great; so the rapacious harvestingof ison? Court has often favored the Lakeville, Conn.

"better to !leave things_ as.they Gaulle harbors no, pres- does,the Alliance will respond the natural resources went on at a pace unregulated and They are the people who be- liberties of individuals over
are without deceiving ent intention of quitting NATO, to Soviet attack-which isn't with a thoroughness unknown to any other region.IT lieve that a majority has the the demands of state governments Please Put

ourselves about existing reality but 'Intends to practice c m1ng'nYway..France's embryonic right to impose religious federal agencies or

/' i._, -r* France's membership .,differ., but independent nu- WAS INEVITABLE, of course, that human erosion would rituals on minorities; worse, Congressional Committees. Funnies Back
: De Gaulle -always', thought,L'entiyt He::sees; no reason ,to ,clear power will keep military equal that of the earth itself: Thousands have left the on the children of minorities. Finally, they include the

NATO vitiate French interest give West Germany, his special ascendency ,over Germany mountains. Neighboring states are used to the sight of Jalopycars They are the sort of people, many Congressmen whose pa- DEAR SIRS: I am
in building 4ts own defense ally atomic arms under" loaded with the shabby, defeated men and women who words from whomour triotism and piety is splendid writing
while providing Paris in other this letter because I do
about not like
roam seeking work. It is this
human poverty that most to behold when there are
because it relied on American any kind of formula even the diplomatic trumps with both founding fathers had to taking
you Dandy
concerns us. other Issues to be obscured. and Annie
protection. Since regaining M.L.F., which he regards asa adversaries and allies. flee in England and else- out of Gainesville r !
The high school Paper and
graduates annually leave the region. It Is Demands for reforms in Congress
power consistently' "-novel means of keeping NATO both exists and rare that a third of the class will. remain.%ost of these are where. have reached an all- I would appreciate it a lot if
opposed? NATO effortsto_ in U. S. nuclear control. Anyway doesn't exist for De Gaulle girls who cannot leave home situations or who fear to try They are the people of good- time high because of conflictof you would put .them back in
tegrate defense. He reducedFrance's he contends M.LF. won'twork who has his cake and the I
mun- for a place in the outside world. will but innocence who sup- cases expense account Paper. 3
direct contributionto because no: "executivecommittee" ches it. It is illogical to ex- Nowhere in America is there more desperate poverty' port efforts to amend the Con- fakery, dishonest fund Your Reader, '

two divisions-and-a few:' air- "-: can make, decisions. !- pect him to initiate ways ,of more hopelessness. It is matched in some of the city and rural stitution because they are told raising, deals with special BRENDAN_ 1REER
units and, sOme day;; may- : f changing a situation 'so de- slums. But the Southern Appalachians are a sub region the prayers will be "volun- interests, abuses of power bya Y -

withdraw even-these-.-national -- - -- lightful for him, so irritating larger than New England.In area.. Five million Americanslive tary." Yet what 7-year old, few senile committee..chair (Cheer up Brendan, we

command. NOR IS THERE any appar- for us.litt..l. there in need that is indescribably dire. or even 12-year-old, is ready men, and staggering ineffi- didn't take Annie oat. Editor)
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i receive equipment which wil I Daniels officiating. Interment t tI ; lie Mae Daniels, Grove Parka

COLORED NEWSB. enable the college to offer mud I will follow in the Rutledge Cem, trances and Annette Rawies,

broader laboratory and experimental .. etery. Grove far; and a brotner, Al-

work." Her immediate survivors include -, pnonso nawei, Jr., also Grove
OiCtf1tt uil1 : Sun F. Childs, Colored News Editor: "The provisions of the new r her children, Miss Janie ram.

CHURCH Al'NOUNCE.'IEllft. ; ill at her home, was reported facilities and the college's curricular -. Sturks, Charlie Smith and Duncan Brothers, morticians,

Pleasant Methodist- as somewhat improved. expansion will enable! Marks Sturks, all city; and an are in cnarge.

Choir No.1 will have its rehearsal the junior college to continueto aunt, Mrs. Mattie Woods, Arch-

today, 7:30 p.m. J. C. Rawls:, NEWBERRY ELEMENTARY meet high standards of ac. MRS. NELLIE DURHAM
JOHN L HAEitlSOX. President er.Duncan
PablUhert PAT COWLES. Tic Freil- president. The pastor would lik SCHOOL NEWS creditation as set up by the Brothers, morticians, Funeral services tor Mrs. Nellie -

JOHNSON. Vic President the Commissio On Southern Association of College5 in charge. Lnirnam, a pioneer citizen ot
I dent ED to meet with 1 Friday, May 15, the A.L. : are
Florida's and Executive Editors W. G. (BOI and Schools, Dr. Rembert held at the
Beautiful on Membership and Evange Mebane Hornets Concert Band Hampton, Will De
EBERSOLE. Vie President and Ad- said.'Jbitttarit.
TtrtlsiDj Director BOB TAKTAG. lism on Friday, 8 p.m. Mrs. will present to the students a Macedoma Baptist Church at

I 'University City' LIONE. Vie PretUent and Crenlati > Ellen Turner, president. concert beginning at 1:30 p.m. DAVID (PUNCH) STURKS Hampton, Sunday at 3 p.m. with

u Uanafcr. Newberry Mt. Zora Baptis:t This Mr. Parker hopes will encourage Funeral services for David Rev. C. H. Johnson ofticiaung.

Youth Day will be observeon 1 more students to become (Punch) Sturks, son of the deceased She is survived by her husband -

: THE SUN'S POUCY Sunday. There will be Baptism active in the band. Mrs. Eva Sturks-Brown, Cleveland Durham and

11 a.m. Grades 5-8 will present their JAMES TILLMAN will be held jointly at the Second other relatives and
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. East Side Church of God ir 1 Operetta entitled "Sleepy Head"Thursday Final rites for Mr. James: Morning Star Baptist friends.many

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials Christ Church School, ]1) May 14, at 8:15 p.m. (Buster) Tillman will be held I Church, Saturday at 2:30 p.m. She member of P aI 1-
was a
3. Publish all sides of important issues.
-- a.m.; morning worship 11 l Admission prices are 15 cents, Sunday afternoon 2 P. M. from I with Rev. S. M. Daniels officiat- bearers' Lodge No. 29.

:: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 a.m.; and evening worship, 7 25 cents and 35 cents. the Pineville Methodist Churchat I ing. Interment will follow in the Duncan Brothers, morticians,

( r : Want Ads-376-4672 p.m. Eleder J. C. Carter, pas. PRE-SCHOOL ROUND-UP Archer w'th the Rev. C. Hen Rutledge Cemetery.His are in charge.

e1r1 On Friday, May 15, will be derson officiating.Mr. immediate survivors include -

I . tor.Pilgrim Rest Church of Unity r Pre-School Round-Up for all Tillman, known to manyof his wife, Mrs. Ocie B. AGNES HUGHES

''J Church School, 10 a.m.; afternoon .. parents who have children that his friends as Buster, died I L Sturks; children, Eva Mae Wy- MRS.

Et Tu Brute! worship, 3:30' p.m. Elder .. will be 6 years of age by Jan. May 11th, in Chattahoochee,, att, Detroit Mich.; and Izell Funeral services for Mrs. Ag-
of 623 N. W. 4th
1., 1965 to to the school nes Hughes,
Rufus Armstrong, pastor;; come Fla.
Sturks N. Y. five
I 1'&) Mrs. Hall and register their children. will be made in Brooklyn, ; Ave., will be held at the Second
Mary reporter. Interment
,- Mighty ruler Julius Caesar prepared The city government for the first grandchildren; a sister, Miss
Church of God in Christ The regular P.T.A. Meeting under Morning Star Baptist Church at
the Pineville
to leave Rome to wage war time was to be placed in the handsof Janie Sturks; brothers, Marks
I Church School, 10 a.m.; morn, will be held Tuesday, May 19. the direction of White and Dor-, Rutledge, Sunday at 3 p.m.
Sturks and Charlie Smith.
: against Parthia. But the great national the pepole the people whose ing worship, 12 noon; Young: at 8 p.m. C. H. Hathcock, principal sey Funeral Home. veteran of World. Rev. W. D. Dennis officiating.

leader was the victim of a conspiracy utility bills were under $25 monthlyand People's Willing Workers' Meet- ; F. G. Wingate, Jr., re He was a Interment will follow in the Rut-
..1 I War II.Duncan.
t by men he had befriended. who mowed their own lawns and ing, 7 p.m.; and evening worship -porter. LARRY WILLIAMS ledge Settlement.Her .

;f As the regal toga-clad figure stood painted their own eaves and sprayed 8 p.m. Bishop H. Williams, Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jim- in Brothers, morticians, immediate survivors in-
NEEDS FOR YOUNG are charge. clude her sisters, Mrs. Georgiana -
assassin their chinch my Lee Williams of Palatka
in the Senate, an own bugs.
,I Caesar'svitals. Church of God by Faith No. 1 COLLEGE GRADUATES will regret to learn the death of Ballard, city; and Mrs.

i drove a knife shaft into Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Bible TALLAHASSEE (FAMU) their son Larry, who died May MISS SELENA RAWLES Ruby Davenport, Winter Haven -

tc Most significantly, the public'sbusiness Study, 12 noon; W.W.C., Meet Needs for young women college 13th, in the University Teach- Funeral services for Miss Se- ; and a brother, James

was to be conducted in thepublic's ing, 5:45 p.m.; and evening graduates to serve overseas as ing Hospital following an ill lena Rawles daughter of .Mr. !Messer, Philadelphia, Pa.

\ :Mortally wounded, Caesar fell. view, open and above board. worship, 7:15 p.m. Elder J. E. service club personnel under ness. and Mrs. Alphonso Rawles of I Duncan Brothers, morticians,
aloof McKnight, pastor; R. L. Hutchinson the auspices of the U. S. Army Funeral incomplete will be held the in charge.
II His agonizing glance fell on the Mail propaganda from the YoungTurks' arrangements are Hawthorne at are
:t Brutus a the Civic reporter. Special Services were outlined and will be announced St. Peter Baptist Church, Sun-
figure of Marcus principle supporter, Mt. Carmel Baptist ,- Choirs Tuesday at Florida A&M University I
later White and Fun- at 11 with Rev. Addi- BUSTER BURNS
by Dorsey day a.m.
t false friend obviously privy to the Action Association, declared boldly, Nos. 1, 2 and 3 are asked to by Miss Margaret Wohl-eral Home. son officiating. Interment will I ,Buster Burns, a former citizen

1 assassination. Wrenched from Caesar's "NO SECRET MEETINGS of the meet Friday, 7:30 p.m. for an gemuth of the Department of follow in the St. Paul Ceme- .of this city, died at Belle Glade
important meeting; and choirs the Army I&RC Branch, Special II.
lips was the damning accusa- City Commission. Newspaper ad- MRS. EVA STURKS-BROWN Monday.He .
Nos. 1 and 2 will remain for Services Recruitment Unit. I
tion, "You too, Brutus!1" vertisements proclaimed: "FAVORSopen rehearsal 8 Needs for service club Funeral services for Mrs. Eva She was a student at the Shell was the brother of Mrs.

J discussion of public policies by Shady ,Grove p.m.Primitive Baptist nel are greatest right now person-at Sturks-Brown, a pioneer citizenof Elementary School at Haw-II Lillie Washington, of 924 S. E.

The Latin words, "Et tu, Brute!1" the City Commission and OPPOSES The 5th Sunday Ministers military installations in Europeand the Rutledge Settlement, will thorne. 7th Place.
be held at the Second Her immediate survivors include Duncan Brothers, morticians, I
MorningStar -
I originated at Caesar's death some secret Commission meetings and Deacons, Laymen's andWoman's Korea, although there are I
t date Auxiliary business some possibilities of placementin Baptist Church, Saturdayat : her parents, Mr. an d :are in charge of the funeral ar ;
"p 2,008 years ago. The precise meeting will be held today, 8 clubs in Alaska, Panama and 2:30 p.m. with Rev. S. M. Mrs. Rawles; sisters, Mrs. Wil-I rangements. ,
Ever since
I was the Ides of p.m. Okinawa. I

Caesar's fall to the Senate floor, Said the news story quoting candi- Guest at a luncheon in the !

'I March 15 has been in literature a date Sutherland, "There's no ques- SPECIAL NOTICE i i University Commons, hosted by I

,! date of gloom, of darkness, of fear, tion in my mind that the City Commission The dedicatory services for C. C. Cunningham, director of
mf of conspiracy. It is a time for indulges in secret sessions. the Fellowship Hall and Organ I the FAMU Placement Bureau, I I
will begin today at the Emanuel Miss Wohlgemuth pointed out
V dastardly deeds.Gainesville They come to agreement on issues
Baptist Church at 8 The opportunities exist in Army
which should be debated in public." p.m. 'Goldwater Will Ruin I
'te' schedule of services is as follows -Special Services for men as
\ ; had such a day thisweek. : well as women. \

Anti-secrecy was a major pointone Today at 8 p.m. Rev. W. M. Special services employes i

.I' of the -mere four which the Ferguson, pastor, and also his have civilian status, plus the
housing and other privileges accorded The
from the Mt.
The best Turks congregation Party9L
It was Monday. we can Young widely promoted. Witha Pleasant Methodist Church will commissioned military

the Gainesville City Commis- blush of happy optimism the
figure rosy conduct a joint service; and tomorrow personnel on U. S. Army in-

sion held three meetings-at least Young Turks surged into office pro- at 8 p.m. Rev. Arnold, stallations. Work in Special WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.

one of them a secret session con- pelled by the tidal force of 4,000 be- a pastor, and his congregation Services has the glamour and

1\ trived to conceal facts from the lievers. rrom the Mt. Olive A.M.E. excitement of meeting new people Speaker. The nomination of Republican voters.Q. Yugoslavia, for juvenile delinquency -

Church will also conduct a joint! in wholesome, friendly, and Barry Goldwater will destroythe payments for New
Gainesville citizenry. often unusual settings, plus the But isn't Goldwater'Sprogram
service. RepublicUl.Party.. York City, for grants to Hart-
Now, fourteen months later satisfaction of precisely based on
we contributing to a
.. ? ford
At4. Q. Why Connecticut to pay for
If Put the secret sessions in context. are told the City Commission periodi- HAMPTON( NEWS necessary, moral-building situ helping all people? Goldwateris a new bridge over the downtown I

cally meets in "semi-private" ses- PROGRAM SET ation, the Special Services recruiter S. Because the Republican saying, for instance, that traffic center, for "
1; said. Party seeks to speak for all the kind of poverty that cripples -
I Fourteen months ago Gainesville sions. And "some" newsmen are invited The Philadelphia Baptist you name it. Are you denyIng -
The starting salary scale, applicable the people, and Barry Gold- Appalachia results from !
Church senior choir will render that the cost of all
"i faced a significant social upheaval. if they promise to keep their to all positions is: water speaks for only one the lack of mobility ,of economic government I
at the Macedonia
11 program in fact equals 31
I It was election time. Eager "Young mouths shut. Baptist Church at Hampton, today Grade 5, $4,690; Grade 6, $5,235; small plutocratic? section of forces which, if they cent of the national per

Turks" Alan Sutherland and Ed at 8 p.m. << Grade 7, $5,795; Grade 8, $6,390; the people.Q. were not tied down by the duct in America gross? pro- I

the "Old Look Grade 9, $7,030. Promotions to high overhead of doing business -
Turlington had challenged oh Romans, to the B-b-but..Goldwater fig S. Granted
f higher grade levels are basedon in American life, might but a large
Guard" rulers of city government. promises of fourteen months PLANS TALENT PROGRAMThe ures it this way, that 'oucan't
1 ago, merit, and opportunities for step forward with job opportunities part of that goes to the cost
) They promised fresh new ideas, bold and cry out with Caesar: Undenominational Choirs' advancement are excellent. help the rich without for the Appalachian of national defense..
Union will present a Talent helping the poor, and that
: thinking coupled with fair play regardless FAMU graduates and othersin unemployed.S. Q. Less than one third.S. .
Program at the Spring Hill Baptist you can't help the poor with-
I of status or position. Et tu, Brute! Church Friday at 8 p.m. the area interested in ca- out helping the rich. Isn't he, What do you mean by All right, less than one

in behalf of the Progressive reers in U. S. Army Special in saying this, taking the iden- the "high overhead of doing third: but that other two-
Services should direct inquiriesto business?" thirds represents our advance
Choirs' Union anniversary thatis tical position that Lincoln
being celebrated at the Spring Mr. Cunningham, director of took? Lincoln said that he Q. Any employer who wantsto towards the ideal of federal
DELIGHTS DE GAULLE GALLS U.S. Placement at Florida A&M Uni-
Hill Baptist Church. was not in favor of hurtingthe start a business has to social insurance...

versity or to the Department of rich. Is it your point that pay a laborer a wage at least Q. But Goldwater's pointis
the Army, I&RC Branch, Special
I NOTICEAll Lincoln would have destroyedthe sufficient a) to buy food that the so-called ideal of

members of the Juvenile Services Recruitment Unit, Republican Party today and basic foods are maybe federal social insurance is actually -

Having and Eating His Cake :Lodge No. 113 choral group are Old ington Post 25,Office D. C.Building, Wash- by running as its candidatefor half again as high as they hurting the common

asked to meet at the home of I president? would be if the Government man. The rich don't get seriously -

_Mrs.____ Gussie____u_ Ross._n__. of__ 704_ n S.W._ __ STATE OFFICIALS APPROVENEW S. You Goldwater fans are didn't subsidize agriculture hurt, except by the
5th Terrace, Friday for rehear. full of anachronistic, reactionary He has to pay laborers a high income taxes but they
His efforts to promote a ent of French FACILITIES FOR GIBBS
33rui tl1rk :imrI' way fitting nuclear -
sal. sophistries. You obviously wage that b) will permit him manage. Who gets hurt is the
U. S.-British-French JUNIOR COLLEGEST.
organiza. into NATO
C. L. SULZBERGERTHE strategy nuclear don't see the point, whichis to rent a room whose cost poorer people, who have to
By tion for coordinating global strategy. In 1956 NATO PETERSBURG Con-
CONVENTION SCHEDULEDThe that the Republican Partyis reflects things like an deetricians' pay income taxes ((16 per cent
HAGUE-It is increasingly worth of
strategy rebuffed endorsed struction of $246,000
were immediate of
; use
District Women's Home to be dedicatedto of nine for who
around or ought hourly pay everyone earns as
fashionable therefore De Gaulle chose to additional facilities is expectedto
I minis- nuclear weapons in case of Mission and Educational Convention a program of public wel- dollars protected by a monopoly little as $500 and has no dependents -
NATO, whose foreign take back what he callsFrance's get underway on the campusof
an attack on Europe. The Ken-
auxiliary of the Jerusalem farism. Senator Goldwater is Union sanctioned by the ); and who don't get
meeting, to concede Gibbs Junior next
ters are now freedom of action. College
; nedy administration altered Missionary Baptist Association the symbol of opposition to government. Then there is the employed on account of the
DeGaulle is -
.1 that perhaps This "independence" (his own this strategy to "graduated with Rev. T. D. Davis, fall.Dr. social advance for all the cost of government. The wage sluggishness of an .economy
Alliance John W. Rambert Presi-
right to suggest word) itself inside ,
expresses response. De Gaulle feels moderator, will be held at the people. His nomination would earner must earn enough to bent down by the weight of
reform. After aU, NATOis the Alliance dent of Gibbs, disclosed this
on organizationand there can be no guarantee forEW'ope Mt. Moriah Baptist Church with therefore alienate the body of pay taxes for, foreign aid toVoice everything it has to carry.
old and week that three
almost 15 years strategy and outside the a survey
without promise of Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor, here
foresaw team representing the State Department -
its founding treaty on world politics. He immediate nuclear riposte to 2124.MEETING.
May -- ----- -
discussion of changes after a ignores efforts to bind aggression. ) of Education had approved -
France's atomic his plans for the con-
decade. arms
I The world is immensely different gram into NATO's but he has Furthermore, De Gaulle in- Pallbearers'PLANNEDThe Lodge No. struction of new facilities that of the

from that of 1949. Em- backed the Alliance in crises sists that, unlike the U.S.A. 54, pride of Gainesville, will] would accommodate a student People
pires have vanished; U.S. nuclear over Berlin and Cuba. His and NATO, France would use body of 1500 by 1970.
I hold its meeting at the regular
preponderancy has been maxim is simple: If Russia its tiny atomic arsenal immediately The team, composed of Dr.
I meeting place today at 8
diluted; West Germany is rearmed threatens, NATO exists. and would aim it During the meeting, there p.m.will Lee Henderson.in the Division Assistant of Community Director _ =On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions =

1 ; France has a baby at enemy cities. Current U.S. be the election of officers and Charles

atomic force; China berates DE GAULLE has three primordial and NATO strategy would initially also reports from the delegateswho Junior Colleges of,' School and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the Peep!. column. Letters
post-Stalin Russia. aims: (1)France destroy only military in- attended the Grand Lodge. Chick, Coordinator must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter. shouldnot
l to adjust these new must control its own atomic stallations. DeGaulle feels thatto Surveys, and John Foster, exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The
Reeking force and Architect spent two days at Sun reserves the right to reject coy letter or to ahorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or
Washington strategy; (2)It) deter a potential
I factors, sponsors enemyhe ANNUAL SESSION PLANNEDThe intent.
survey -
Gibbs conducting a plant
an Allied nuclear navy, must remain militarily stronger -" must be faced with holocaust Annual Session of the
1 and a study of Gibbs' projected port efforts to amend the Con- Congressmen whose
than West and Bill of many pa-
the multilateral force or Germany a ; that therefore France Woman's Missionary and Educational RightsEndangered
needs based on Dr. stitution because they told triotism and is
M.L.F., and is ready to explore national nuclear force guaran- should be capable of triggering Convention, auxiliary are piety splen- ;
> recommendations.Dr. the will be "volun- did to behold when there !
any further ideas .offer tees this; ((3)) By possessingsuch off doomsday machine. of I the Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist said modernair prayers" are
Rembert a tary. Yet what 7-year old, other issues to be obscured.
ed.:: It hopes. De Gaulle :will a force, France ensures France, in effect, adheres to Association with Rev. G. conditioned library, a teaching EDITOR, Sun: With the sup- or even 12-year-old, is readyin Demands for reforms in Con-

spell' out som of his thoughtsbut its participation in any over- the strategy 'or "retaliatory G. McArthur, moderator, will auditorium with faculty offices port of Representative Mat- his heart or head to decide gress have reached an a 11-
here Washington will be all global sett lements. De evolved be held at the Ebenezer Methoist thews drive is ,
striking power" by are two major items ofthe a major being "voluntarily" whether he time high because of conflict- j
diS ppointed. Gaulle conveniently pursues the Eisenhower administration -(, Church with Rev. E. D. construction program. Funds made in Congress to amend wants to pray or what he of-interest cases, expense account -

these goals under NATO's and it is bard to see how I Robinson, pastor, at Starke, have also been approved for the the Bill of Rights for the first should pray? He will do what fakery, dishonest fund
FOR WHILE De Gaulle be- protective umbrella.His May 14-17. There will be a local Gibbs time in our history. The Billof
this policy can be fitted into remodeling of the existing the other children do, of raising, deals with special
lieves philosphically in a policy unabashedly sub- NATO's or America's more 1 program today_at 8 p.m. library to permit an expansion Rights is one of mankind'smost course, and so he will, in interests, abuses of power bya

Western Alliance, he doesn'treally ordinates "Western" interestto modern strategy. No mere Al- of f its service programs to in- majestic political docu- every real sense, be forced to few senile committee chair-
believe in NATO as an what De Gaulle considers NOTICE ments. It is the guide to all
liance reform can bridge elude nursing. pray by the state. men, and staggering ineffi-
organization. He thinks it "French" interest. He is con- this measureless abyss.CONSEQUENTLY The West Coast Ministers and Two existing classroom build- individual liberties in Amer- ciency. In the face of rising

might even be better to destroy vinced Russia plans no war Deacons Union Choir membersare ings, the General Education and ica. But it may be forever They include the extremistson pressure to reform themselves

and reconstruct NATO, but that, should he prove things asked to meet Tuesday, and Comprehensive Studies mutilated if the Constitutionis the right, who increasingly what do Congressmendo

rather than reforming it, but wrong, the U.S.A. would remain brilliantly simple for May 19, at 8 p.m. at the homeof Buildings, are to be air conditioned to permit state show their contempt for ? They decide to proclaim

in: practice he.'concedes it is promptly help Europe.De De Gaulle. Whatever France Mrs. H. G. Shuman at Arre- thus making Gibbs a and local governments to our government, for rules of loudly their devotion to God

"better to leave things as Gaulle harbors no pres- does, the Alliance will respondto donda. completely air conditioned institution 1 write official prayers for fair debate, and for individual and County by forcingschool

they are without deceiving ent intention of quitting NATO Soviet attack-which isn't by January, 1965. school children. rights. Such radicals of children to perform religious

ourselves, about existing re but intends to practice coming anyway. France's embryonic CONVALESCINGMrs. The new construction will give Who are the people who the right are not even conser- rites in classrooms.The .
ality." France's differ- Sussanna Chisholm, of the old institution .work so hard to undo the vatives
membership but independent nuclear seven year ; wittingly or not, they mind boggles at the
De Gaulle always thought ently. He sees no reason to power: will keep military NW 6th Ave., who is a patientin a plant valuation of nearly $2 work of Jefferson and Madison want a powerful governmentthat thought of what historianswill

NATO vitiated French inter- give West Germany, his spe- ascendency over Ger- the Alachua General Hospital -million.Dr. ? will write prayers, impose write about this parlia-

est in building its own defense cial ally, atomic arms under many while providing Paris was, reported as improving.Mr. Rembert also disclosedthat They are the people who be- loyalty oaths, regulate mentary episode. But in any

because it relied on American any kind of formula-even the diplomatic trumps with both Times of NW 10th Street, the business and science lieve that a majority has the teachers, censor books, increase case, they will have to record

protection. Since regaining M.L.F., which he regards as adversaries and allies. who is' a patient in the Veterans departments will be able to right to impose religious police powers and silence that many Americans-few of

power he consistently a novel means of keepingU. NATO both exists ?and Hospital at Lake City, make gigantic strides in their rituals on minorities; worse, critics. And they eem whom even bothered to read

opposed NATO efforts to in-' S. nuclear control. Anyway doesn't exist for De Gaulle visiting here, was reported as instructional programs. "The )n the children of minorities. dedicated to the destruction of the decisions of the Supreme
improving.Mrs. state officials gave consideration They are the sort of people, the Supreme Court for the
tegrate defense. He reducedFrance's he contends M.L.F. won't who has his cake and Court on religion in schools
direct contributionto work because "executive mun- Alberta Tillman, a mem- to new equipment for both in other words, from whomour Court has often favored the -lent themselves to a scheme
no ches it. It is illogical to expect ber :
of the Mt. Pleasant Metho-
departments and plan to j founding fathers had
we to liberties of individuals that
two divisions and a few air committee" can make deci- over endangered the entire
him to initiate of
ways dist Church, who is ill, was purchase the latest business I flee in England and else- I
the demands of
units and, some day, may sions. state govern Bill of Rights and, so, their I
situation delightful
changing a -
reported as improving at her
machines utilized in industryand where.
ments federal
withdraw even these to national agencies, or own liberties. I
for him, so irritatingfor home. : commercial institutions. They are the people of goodwill Congressional Committees. ROBERT H. YOAKUM
command. I
NOR IS THERE any appar- us. Mrs. Estella Knowles, who is The science department is to but innocence who sup- Finally, they include the Lakeville,. Conn1 .


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1.1.fidel's J Miseries P Castro Charges_ :' Criminal Act' I

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J Up frm lark tubttt The Premier warned that any landings from the hip, north coast in the last partof make an intense effort to Improve
f h By RICHARD EDER the only result of the action and referred only indirectly to 1963. the economy," Castro
1. <. would be "to fortify the fight- anti-Castro Cubans in his "While the Cuban people said "Yankee imperialism,
; HAVANA Premier Fidel
ii;ISome RegularityBy I II ,*.. j';; Castro said-last night that ing spirit of the revolution statement He laid the princi- not content with the blockadeand

l e.I x. rj yesterday morning's attack put it on a war footing and pal responsibility for the at- Traffic Light? other aggressions, using
I 'JAMED MARLOW oblige it to be hard and implacable tack to the Central Intelligence mercenaries and traitors, carries -
Associated long as Joao Goulart was presi In a sugar mill in Eastern Cu- CHATTANOOGA Tenn. (AP) out these criminal acts
with its enemies.
Press Agency.
WASHINGTON News Analyst dent. But last March the Brazilian .a was a "new and crimin1vandalic 1 "How come you ran the red against our productive centers :
18 months (AP) About army threw out the left- act by the UnitedStates" In his statement, Castro The attack was made, he light?" motorist Charles Tinker violating the most elemental
pens to give Fidel something Castro hap-the leaning Goulart and set up a r against the Cuban said the attack had consisted said from "a boat similar to .asked motorcycle Patrolman 1- rules of international
miseries. It happened again on right-wing government that be- > people.In of shell and machine gun I the Rex, such as the C.I.A., I Clyde Ingle after their vehicles law."
gan throwing Brazilian Communists fire from that stood had collided. "I had the
a ship Paid Advertising
Wednesday and this time he gota into jail.It operates from bases in Florida I. "
statement issued Wednesday offshore from Pilon green.
double'dose. a in the Puerto Rico and Cen-
Brazil broke relations with was expected that now Bra evening Castro reported southwest corner of Oriente tral America. Tinker 26 of
zil would break with Castro. And Americus, Ga.,
that the attack against the Province. The mill i
him. And Cuban CASTRO sugar
exiles, their or- was charged.with drunken drive
ganization Wednesday it did. port of Pilon and a nearby sug- hit was the Central Luis E. The Ret was a ship that,
port of Pilon reported in eastern raided Cuba the, But where all this leads-in Has Miseries. ar mill had destroyed 70,000 Carracedo, formerly knownas according to the Cubans, ing.There
ashore stronger OAS action or exile bags of sugar and had injureda the Cape Cruz Mill. made a number of attacks was no traffic light at
got burned a mill, Keeps Blasting
sugar raids-is for the
and then skipped back out to future. woman and a small girl. Castro made no mention of against installations on Cuba's the intersection.

I This was just about 18 months
after the Cuban missile crisis,
which was just about 18 months
after the disastrous Bay of Pigs
invasion.In .
In mid-April 1961 exiles with
American backing, invaded their
( homeland at the Bay of Pigs but
Castro finally smashed them on
ft the..beach,, to the great embarrassment -
of the United States.
This country had been willingto
back them in getting to Cuba
but was unwilling to support
them when the going got rough.
Never again has the United
States tried anything like that
But in October. 1962-about 18
months after the Bay of Pigs-
Soviet Premier Khrushchev got
the bright idea of shoving Rus-
sian missiles into Cuba which
was a big help to Castro but a
great dismay to this country
when it found out.
,' The American government,
1 which caught on through its U2
planes photographs of what was
going on down in Castro's island
then told Khrushchev to get his
I missiles out or else. Heagreedto '\;
remove them.
This country and Russia\ also
agreed that an international inspection -
\ f team would ga into
Cuba to make sure the missiles
I were gone. But Castro wouldn't
let such outsiders in. \
So the United States did the
next best thing. It kept seeding.
its picture-taking U2's ova: at
I i speeds of 500 miles an hounand
elevations of 90,000 feet I
While Russia had remove its
big missiles it left in Cubit a
p batch of troops with powerful
antiaircraft missiles which coild
t have shot down the American

U2s, but didn't
Last month word leaked jut
the Russians were pulling ut
the last of their troops and j jist t
leaving behind several hundrtd
advisers for Castro. This woild
mean turning the antiaircr t
missiles over to Castro. It rais
; a question.
Would Castro, now that he ha
control, shoot down the Amer
can U2s President Johnson sai
the plane flights would continue
Castro called the flight
'' aggressive action. Russia said it
i would back up Castro if he wa

attacked.But .
the United States hadn'
talked of attacking. And Castro
didn't quite say he would shoot
down: the planes. So all that died

ban down Then exiles-of a began bit. rumors whom there that Cu.are YOU bet GULF 4. POWER NO-NOX@gives you

thousands in this country-were

again getting, not ready in big to bang waves\ at as Cuba at all the car built to deliver.

raids"the Bay and of harassment Pigs, bu\ in. small power your/ was

United' Slates
Since' the long
ago had told the e es they
could not make raids on their
Homeland from American land,
it was to be assumed tley were

I making their prepara ons in .
some Latin-American cqintry.
1 Castro would hardly Relieve
1f f that and it did not seem e- .
ly they were getting can
And Wednesday y hit -
help. :,: ;
scrambled gain. I
and away
Whether this was just a 'tary ,
4 attack or the first of ass is -
not clear.
I The Cuban dictator imnfedi- .
ately said this was a new ct
of aggression by the American
government. A State De t.
ment official said it was nothiof
the kind, that the Unit
States knew nothing about it.
Meanwhile, this country ha .
been trying through the yearto i ::
line up the 20-nation Organization .
of American States solid-
ly against Castro to freeze him
out in some way or other never
quite clear.
This has been something shortof
completely successful. For .
one thing while most OAS mem-

bers Castro broke these ,off five relations refused to with do '., Gulf No-Nox Four-Power was built to deliver them

so: Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Boli- NO NOX

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As' Fighter Hits Houses the rooftops to other homes." rounds. clothes when the doomed plane Curtis L. Hebert, was an advanced ,.
--. I non whined in, its nose high. "When flying school student. He Brand of Service .
J in inter-
I Two weeks ago, an
LASS: VEGAS, Nev. (AP-at_ the far edge of the, develop-I,view, Brig. Gen. Boyd Hubbard,I Hebert. an Air Force sPokesman I[ saw it go through the telephone was commissioned after graduation WE WANT YOU TO
Five ''Nellis commander had warned!I said air-to-air lines I ran in the house and from Baylor University in KNOW OUR EMPLOYEES!
persons died when an F105 ment, just short of a cleared was on an Iscreamed "
fighter that building homes I mission. The for my husband, she 1960.
plunged into a area the pilot was fighting to jcontractors gunnery practice ,
new housing development where reach. !.close to the air base was "court, first hint of troinre was Hebert's said. a !" ;h-:' ::-"" --
housewives were hanging out ing disaster." The developmenlis t: report to the control tower that Six other Douses suffered minor -' HEAR HERE!
laundry and children were play- The dead: seven miles away but in the his landing gear would not re. damage from the shower ot I Ask for FREE BookletOn
ing on a sunny afternoon. 1st. Lt. Raynor L. Hebert, 26, path of runways, those on the tract, the spokesman said. flaming debris. I Better Hearing _
pilot, of Port Arthur, Tex.; scene said. Its homes are in I Police first reporlcc seven'' GAINESJLLEHEARING
after takeoff Betty Lou Le Dane, 31, and her the $15,000 price range. He was instructed to head for killed. Later Chief Nick Janise AID CO.
Wednesday from nearby Nellis. a desert area near Las Vegas, 620 N. Main FR 6-0095 :
daughter, Teresa, 3; two chil- I
said two bodies proved to
AE Force Base, the lost. l- Vincent Rohde, another eyewitness
but that he at
dren of the Paul Lowry family, replied was only
into titude the, wavered! ,andjhen knifed I Derwent, 3, and Josephine, 3 ; said that when the 1,000 feet and added, "I can't,
tract. The plane exploded -i hit "it like a bubble "
months. Aside from Hebert, all plane was hold my altitude.
spewing flames over a!were residents of the tract. filled with water. It was just a I
wide area. Seven dwellings were I II Then he was told to head for ,
,big splash. I saw two womerI I
des royed. -_ ,- In five days Hebert would hanging out clothes where il t t a clear area, just beyond the IT'S YOUR CHOICE T 1

Five blocks away, 800 children have gone on 27 days leave. I hit. They disappeared. I heard I tract. He couldn't quite make it. t

were .attending classes in. An unidentified truck driver I Ja woman scream. There was a: The pilot had -no opportunity
Lincoln 'Elementary. School. gave this account:, tremendous heat wave." I'll 1] to jettison his fuel. 'IOLEHCE PROGRES t MARGARET McALLISTERWith
They forget that scream.
were not endangered. never
i Us For 10 Years
"I was rounding the corner
"When they're heavy like
I The plane plummeted to earth and could see the plane coming I Authorities evacuated a 2(0-. "
--- that, said Gen. Hubbard, "they (When we were the Industrial Sav-
sink pretty fast. They glide likea ings Bank) and now manages our

E Teacher Pay Up Since 1951; The brick.Lowry" home took the / Protect Alachua County Central Charges.Charge AccountsPaymentsand

brunt of the plane's landing V Elect A Moderate Governor
blow. Outside Mrs. Scott Green, 245 local merchants are regularly
Still Less Than Other Jobs a neighbor, said she pulled Mrs. sending in your charges. They are
Josephine Lowry, 27, away from / Swing to Bob High recorded and sent to you monthly.If .
her house as the distraught

h WASHINGTON (AP) -Teach: ures, the NEA said the average I This is estimated to be at mother clawed at a shattered Don't Let a Racial Extremist she can assist you .in any way .
I er salaries have nearly doubled I salary for all teachers ranked15th least $1,000 less than a male col window casement, screaming,I Stop Florida's Growth drop by her desk. .
since the 1950-51 school year, but in a list of 20 professions.I could
lege graduate expect as a
they still lag far behind most Only social and welfare work-I VINYL FLOOR TILE
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cent higher than in 1950-51. In the list, with average annual in-
that 13-year period, the average come three times that of teachers. .
salary of lementary-school No dollar figures were giv file 1

teachers rose by 106.6)per cent,
secondary-school teachers by en.The NEA report, "Economic
81.4 per cent.Secondaryschool. Status of Teachers in 1963-61," ,
teachers this said the typical beginning teacher -
I year are making an average of in the largest cities, where IFYOUHAVE S. _
$6,214, elementary-school teachers the highest salaries are paid, LwJ !
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Thursday, May 14, 1964 ., -_

CLEANupflxuP I McNamara Comes Home Optimistic-,

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WASHINGTON'' (APSecretary personnel of the Viet Nam air were Taylor and Arthur Sylves I time he said he had nevercl
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\ : of Defense Robert S. force in a few months. ter assistant secretary of defense t imated the possible lengGCoI
ftnrrr- McNamara returning from another j the war. _,
I The Vietnamese air force now
trip to South Viet Nam
Some earlier reports from
COACIIPAirrrur /). said today he would be happyto has about.400 pilots. This was McNamara's fifth :Saigon (not Associated Pxesstfjuoted :-
ft report to a congressional to Viet Nam.
trip him
To another question, McNa- : as saying?.the.3f
committee on the situation
1 would last Jive to 10
there. mara replied that the size of His public optimism as he years :..

1jcUW-1 LcoNSUCorr0N .L the U.S. training force in Viet flew back into Washington was "I was misquoted in.'Sa1go4"_
The House Armed Services '
Nam is sufficient at the present -in line with what he had been J cNamara declared at ,r.urt

-= Committee has indicated it expects but that if more men are saying en route. .] .;
McNamara to appear to needed to help in the expansionof
and air forces "I am convinced,"McNamara Harbor.leclricaT
discuss complaints of obsolete ground ,
KEEp and train them, the men can said Wednesday on a, stopover
cur equipment, and to report on the be sent. at Honolulu, "that the persistent\
general outlook of the protracted -
execution of the political and j
war in the Southeast Asian MoNamara said he and Gen. military plans which the South! Systems SurveyedFOR

'" .,. ..-- country. I II I Maxwell D. Taylor, chairmanof Viet Nam government has and I ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS
e ; the Joint Chiefs of Staff, discussed -which we are supporting will Residential Commercial
oc McNamara was asked by .
) :zzsv :: with U.S. officials in lead to a successful conclusionof Industrial
.'- -.. newsmen how long he thinks CALL
0 e6. 000Q Viet Nam the program of replacing this war."
the war will last. :
qp6E the present T38 and B26 C. P.Dressier
He that it will be "a with the The war effort will be long
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tET YOUR MILORD SEcoM t )o KMOW, MfcRE YouR' CfilLDRSAl long war, a hard war-the pathto Skyraider' aircraft. and delude drawn out "we should not" Phone FR Contractor 6-6193
II I ourselves on this score,
victory will be long. I 910 N.W. 4th St.
A MENACE To THEMSELVES AMP To ARe AND RECoMMeND SuPERYSED McNamara said the types of McNamara said. At the same
He said, however, that "I planes sent to Viet Nam were!I

THEIR{ CoMMOMJTV./ RECREAT10l'J. firmly believe that persistent chosen for two reasons be-'
i exwutinn" of titans will, lead to would be useful in
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eventual success. the guerrilla type war; because wii' I
they were intended for opera-
I decision will be made in the The Pentagon chief also told
tion by the Vietnamese.
K Nasser light of all relevant circumnewsmen plans are being devel-
U. S. Announces EmbargoOn .stances. oped to more than double the Returning with McNamara

Alter Path Food, Drugs To Cuba I .

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Commerce Department an-I according to the national inter c"''

ASWAN Egypt (AP) Triumphantly nounced today it is placing an est of the United States. Each

pushing a button, embargo on the sale of food and {
Premier Khrushchev and Presi--
dent Nasser altered the courseof medicine to Cuba. FAT'OVERWEIGHT

the Nile today and sent it s
The order means that every
surging into a diversion channel \
item sent to Cuba from the taiL :; :
around the site of the Soviet-fi
nanced Aswan High Dam. United States will have to receive -Avaialble to you without a doc- o ; '
tor's prescription, our drug called l
Joining the leaders in the ceremony government approval. The ODRINEX. You must lose ugl
marking completion of only exception will be gift par fat or your money back.'No strenuous Health-tex
exercise massage
the first stage of the $1.3-billion cels. or taking of so-called reducing aulUOG5J a"aa
irrigation and hydroelectric candies crackers or cookies, or
project were Presidents Abdel It was disclosed Wednesdaythat chewing gum. ODRINEX is a tiny I' ; /A
tablet and easily swallowed. When d On go these zipper shorts,
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Khrushchev jubilantly joined sible purchase of millions of have the urge for extra portions { with slash
hands with the Arab leaders as because ODRINEX: depresses your i pockets,2-button
they gazed down on the rushing dollars worth of drugs. appetite and decreases your desire -I tab waists and elastic backs. \ci \
for food. Your weight must All
waters from a richly carpeted washandwearfa6riuJn
The department said the or come down because as your own i R
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der requiring specific export eat less you weigh less. Get rid Good sport shirts for good Shorts withsports.
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Thursday, May 14, 1964 ...
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ANupo' I McNamara Comes Home Optimistic? II

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ptl WASHINGTONSecre' -personnel of the Viet Nam air were Taylor and Arthur Sylvester -time he said he had never e;::

1 r / I tary of Defense Robert S. force in a few months. assistant secretary of defense -timated the possible length: !
McNamara returning from another for public affairs. the war. _,-
pfQCOACfl I trip to South Viet Nam, The Vietnamese air force now Some earlier reportV from-.

/ said today he would be happyto has about,400 pilots. This was McNamara's fifth Saigon (not Associated .PJ' SST-

report to a congressional To another question, McNa- trip to Viet Nam. quoted him as saying,.the\'Pt'

A :t ( _AW&J committee there. on the situation mara replied that the size of His public optimism as he would last Jive to 10 years -::-,

[[ : JCoNSmQ the U.S. training force in Viet flew back into Washington was : "I was misquoted in.Salgo$w.
The House Armed Services Nam is sufficient at the present in line with what he had been McNamara declared at:..'J

-: : Committee has indicated it expects but that if more men are saying en route. Harbor.. --, .---..-
iic McNamara to appear to needed to help in the expansionof
discuss complaints of obsolete the ground and air forces "I am convinced," McNamarasaid .
KEEPC"f and train them the men can Wednesday on a, stopover Elecfricaf1
equipment and to report on the at Honolulu "that the persistent I
outlook of the be sent.
general protracted execution of the political and
: : :'zirii. war in the Southeast Asian I MoNamara said he and Gen. military plans which the South.I Systems SurveyedFOR

7i ..... -. --- country. Maxwell D. Taylor, chairmanof Viet Nam government has and I ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS
Chiefs of Staff dis which Residential Commercial
the Joint we are supporting will
o :-_ McNamara was asked by .
0 : Z\: cussed with U.S. officials in lead to a successful conclusionof Industrial
_- newsmen how long he thinks CALL
L6 : : the Viet Nam the program of replacing this war."
will last.
O war
O the present T38 and B26 C. P. Dressier
He replied that it will be "a planes with the Navy-designed The war effort will be long
1 Electrical
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ourselves on this ,
will be
A MENACE To TVteM5EDfeS AND To ARE AMP RECoMMEND SUPER- victory long. McNamara said the types of McNamara said. At the same I II 910 N.W. 4th St.
He however that ---
said "I planes sent to Viet Nam were I
: THEIR, (70MMOMJTV VJSED RecREAT10l'J. firmly believe that persistent chosen for two reasons be-
i I execution" of plans will lead to cause they would be useful in
eventual success. the guerrilla type war; because'

they were intended for operation
j decision will be made in thfc The Pentagon chief also told
by the Vietnamese.
K Nasser light of all relevant circum newsmen plans are being devel-
U. S. Announces EmbargoOn ; stances.. oped to more than double the Returning with McNamara

Alter Path Food., Drugs To Cuba I 9Te Men'sShop -

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Of The Nile WASHINGTON (AP The thereby be in a position to act I Street Floor

Commerce Department an- according to the national inter i

ASWAN Egypt (AP) Triumphantly nounced today it is placing an est of the United States. Eachl mar

pushing a button, embargo on the sale of food and 4
Premier Khrushchev and Presi
dent Nasser altered the courseof medicine to Cuba. FAT'OVERWEIGHT r, A

the Nile today and sent it The order means that every s
surging into a diversion channel
item sent to Cuba from the
around the site of the Soviet-fi
nanced Aswan High Dam. United States will have to receive -Avaialble to you without a doc .
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Joining the leaders in the ceremony government approval. The I,ODRINEX. You must .lose ugly
marking completion of only exception will be gift par- uous fat or exercise your money, laxatives back. No massageor stren- I Health-tex]
the first stage of the $1.3-billion: cels. taking of so-called reducing M aullTOG5J
irrigation and hydroelectric candies crackers or cookies or J a
project were Presidents Abdel It was disclosed Wednesdaythat chewing gum. ODRINEX is tiny
tablet and easily swallowed. When l I-T On go these zipper shorts,
Salam Aref of Iraq and Abdul Cubans have approachedU.S. t1.tf/
you take ODRINEX. you still enjoy then l
lah Sallal of Yemen. companies about the your meals, still eat the foods r to play.
pos- you like but you simply don't They're handsomely tailored
Khrushchev jubilantly joined sible purchase of millions of have the urge for extra portions with slash _
hands with the Arab leaders as because ODRINEX depresses your \ ', pockets,2-button 5' ,
dollars worth of drugs. desire tab waists ; i ;
they gazed down on the rushing appetite and decreases your and elastic backs. S-
waters from a richly carpeted for food. Your weight must All wash and wear fabrics In
because '
The department said the order come down as your own t
pavilion.The doctor will tell you, when you summery solids,stripes and s
requiring specific export eat less you weigh less. Get rid Good sport shirts for good patterns. Shorts .WJ.th. z a st
button set off 1
a 352-pound of excess fat and live longer. 69
licenses for shipments of food tailored like
dynamite charge that blew outa ODRINEX costs $3.00 and is sold sports. They're 51265:4,5,6,7,8.U
plug of rock and earth and al and medicines "does not mean on this GUARANTEE: If not sat- dad's in fresh, cool extra wear a tag sayingHealthtex'
isfied for t
just return
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Fireworks shot into the questions asked. ODRINEX is sold I "
Wash and
wishes to be informed of all with this guarantee by: patterns, solids.
Some of them formed the flagsof lJa".OGSwear
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ceremony before more I
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:. County to the effect that I have already made certain commitments as to GIRLS !fp4 .;

the hiring of Deputies if I am elected your Sheriff. & GIRLS, 36x&7144WAY 1'". ...-.

: I take this means to assure you that these rumors are entirely FALSE ,
Solid with Stripes or Solid Color with ..
; and are completely without any basis or foundation. Plaid Fabrics. :- ...
ATTRACTIVE ''STYLES (Shown 1 14)) .... ,

: I have made no commitments or "deals" of any kind; nor have I LITTLE GIRLS, Sizes 3-6x- ........ 4.99

: made any promises' anyone except the single promise I have made to GIRL'S SIZES, 7-14 .................... 5.99. .. :

each of you and which I here repeat: I shall do my best to give you the ...... -....

best service I can if you choose to elect me your Sheriff.


I shall accept full responsibility for the conduct of all affairs of this

: office; therefore, if and AFTER you have chosen me as your Sheriff I shall PETITE JUNIOR-BY FRAYNE rr 'II .; .-.

: then select such qualiifed Deputies as may be needed to properly handle .....;. -

.: this office and giev the best service to you, the people. A NOVELTY SLEEVELESS BLOUSE J,' 'g .......-.- w.-.


1 My choice of Deputies will be based solely upon honesty, ability, cooperation NOVELTY PRINT, INOROUTSHIRTTAil. Y. In.slurt. is xciIb : .,jr. ;:

and courtesy in serving you-NOT on friendship personal favors of "
*-* SOLID COLOR For something new in comfort distinctive in
: any kind or because of any personal obligations, real or implied. ft71C f. _....
..r JAMAICA SHORTS WITH SELF 's we recommend this fashion able dress Krt.-w ,. I
})r Excdlo.More than"good looking" ;z
,; My. ,choice. Deputies will be,made AFTER I learn what is needed, to BELT. ZIPPER CLOSING. BLUE ceUo Wrt.s -. -
.f' are apecJaDylw1d-CUl : a :
: .render the best service to you and NOT before or during the.campaign. eomorm in ituross "
t OR CORAL. 5/6 TO 11/12. o thecltr>Endbadr": ;
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Thursday, May 14, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9
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Beer Out For

i I Morning Jaunt I: Long's 12thLong's l ll m 'S

ROME, N.Y. (AP-A policeman :
1 stopped two men pushing
y 1 ae 1 1J baby> carriages at 5 .I I 0.r
: Wednesday and discovered five; SUMMER 4
I J I cases of beer in the vehicles. ""It
The admitted police
t said that they had stolen the Cafeteria Is CelebratingTheir FASHIONS r
beer Tuesday from a grocery
I store and hoped to avoid ."
12th !
suspicion by using the baby car- Anniversary ,

riages to transport it. Gainesville's First Air-Conditioned: Cafeteria! O
,. FIRST To Have Off-Street Parking! ",.
HOT and DRY 12 Years Continuous Service by Palmer & Sue Long Owners s n
Floridians can look forward -' Jumbo Breaded Shrimp . 85c 65c I
fi w ..
to a typical sum- Roths Black Hawk Round of ,
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.., this with hot -
I.t t!- ...,...... weather mer and year limited rain- Beef Au Jus .... . .......... 75c 65c 1I 1I I
fall. To insure that Broiled Mackerel .... 58c 45c
: :... ,,... :. your Spanish .. '
t'.: ., {:t /\:h". -;:,,-, adequate lawn and water shrubs why receive not Roast Turkey & Dressing with .:.'_ I

'i1t".J.! call Cranberry Sauce & Giblet .

._ Gravy....... .... .......... .. 60c sacDen's
"NA.IK. -- -** -
i MM Tft i Mna n r -if BEVILLE'SNURSERY

W.1 A- It's for Super-Heating Fried Golden Chicken Brown .. 55c 50c

This and Garden Center fora Broiled Chicken; & Yellow Rice SOc 65c
53-ton bomb like of
piece machinery being hoisted into place during FREE estimate without 9n
construction of the new annex to the Gainesville Power Plant is the heart of obligation on the best ShrimD CombinationCold
( steam-generated electrical power It's a boiler drum, and inside it's five-inch underground sprin k I e r Plate.. ............ 1.25 85c
U thick metal walls, water will be converted to super heated steam used to drive system. Combination Salad Plate ...1.00 75c .J
the plant's turbines.gnays .
Call FR 6-4030 Fruit Salad.Cold Plate .......... 75c 60c
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Absentee Ballots '- I

II JI Are Not Worth Effort k bOThl '- 1r a

By GENE PLOWDEN robust affairs and sometimesfist Sidney J. Catts had 30,067 first wash '
I Associated Press Writer fights broke out. and 3,891 second choice votes to C I 0 wear jamaicasCOTTON
MIAMI (APAbsentee ballots Once a precinct in Dade Coun- William V. Knott's 24,765 and 8- artatrBuy
a which delayed for days the ty showed 110 registered voters 674. So Catts was declared the
I tote count in last week's primary but Holmer was suspicious. He winner, by 519 votes. SHORTS
I make for election shenani- checked and found only 10 legitimate Catts was runnerup to Doyle Your Complete Livingroom at one Smell Prices I
'I Our' ream groupings 'will plat. with their styli and'dtiign back 1 00
and + y. Well-fitted waistbands, zippers
fans: and ought to be abolished. voters promptly re- E. Carlton in 1928 by only 1,135 and the price will amai Y.U. cuffed leg Big range of colors, also
That's the opinion of Carl Hol- moved.100 names from the roll. first choice votes over Fons A. black beige white. 10-18. .
mer Jr., of Holmer close elections runoff # .r1i i '
\ supervisor registration saw many Hathaway. No. was necessary iY
for Dade County for 40 and sometimes the results however since Carlton got t i MAN TAILORED STYLE
ears before his retirement in I were not known for a week or 28,471 second choice votes to 1 1 '}, Adjustable 119
.. .. Expensively tailored 1002 cotton. -
1958. two. All votes had to be count Catts' 9,066. M at. ; vC. waistband pockets, fly-front.
"Absentee ballots allow for ed by hand after many were In that election there were Black colors.10-18..
more crookedness and confusion: brought in by horse and buggy 254,977 first choice votes for
,. than they're worth" Holmer from outlying'precincts.For governor, and all had to be tab- .s : SOLID and PRINTJAMAICAS
aid in an interview. "We. ought many years prior to 1930 ulated by hand. Some officials
:') get rid of them." there were both first and second! counted all first choice votes. In >I, -A wonderful group of easy-care
Holmer recalled that during choice votes, which did away I some voting precincts all the cottons! Striking in wash 'n wear .19'
cne campaign ,he had 100 re- with the need for a second pri ballots hadn't been counted by cotton in solid red blue green
t' f.tiests for absentee ballots all mary. ; Sunday and some officials F tk $' ) ... 9 orange brown black sharkskin-
in identical handwriting. He In the 1916 democratic guber- stayed on while others took time --.l. type cotton polka dot print in
turned them down. natorial primary for instance out for church. I a blue. red. brown. Cotton duck in
"Sure, there was ballot stuff- \ 1sS black, red navy white. 7-14.
ing when I started out in J918," or*SS Girls' and Boys'
Holmer recalled. "Certain politicians 7 PIECE '
Wash 'n WearSHORTS
used to pay vagrants 50, 11 SOFABED or L1VINGROOM SUITE '
cents a vote feed them strong! PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRAEugene .t.: o. .SOFT TOUCH PLASTIC COVEtS I .
leverages and keep them voting I'' (! REVERSIBLE FOAM CUSHIONS t < <

veral ames. But times we broke under it different up'that Ormandy Director styling, dtttgn and conilractUit* crap j.f. ?Indwo'euFUitit .....4, 2 step $178 ((1\1\ A 39 and 59 S i
r rst year and we haven't had Covered in toft touch plastic. A won- | M.t HMtcKInf due choir I I
rfcrful itltcHon Jturottr colon. j ..* ..... lamps, 1 eo k-
til election scandal since.: 20 .....,..
Wednesday May toil Pert boxer shorts with all t
There were some wild :and $15 Down 1275 week around elastic waist In a great
wooly times in the days when a \ z -.;; variety of cotton fabrics, solids. ;
I crowds gathered at the courthouse 8:15 P.M.All .. '.' ', woven stripes and prints. All 1
I .: .: ,. wash 'n. wear in light bnght. ,
election return's."We'd : Q3
to get j -ry ::.a: \ i .
.... ... ,..m.. :.d..z>it ..>.t.: *.. 'j;:< or:deeptones. 26x.Women's.. '' t
I draw a crowd of maybe Seats $2.06 tax incl. GIBBS FURNITURE-STORE-: .... .. -- '- <
700 people-we only had 400 ,- .
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r > registered voters thanand|! Mail orders taken. Send checks to o. -po f,1:. I ---p? "'Dainty, Ac fateBRIEFS .
ve'd hang bedsheets between II Lyceum Council, University of Florida. 102 S. W. FIRST AVE. PH. 3763405Home
columns on the courthouse and j
flash results on with a lantern.! Tickets will be held at the door. \ __ Owned Operated by Kenneth Gibbs
Sometimes we'd put the slides Reg. ,
'n upside down. They were jolly !
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1 Snug fitting acetate tricot with
Swiftli Premium
SMART SHOPPERS A6REE c Breakfett J all around elastic waist. Band
I :g HIGH PRIGEI AT THE COMING OF PRINK BACON "" '' or serts elastic. .all leg figure style flatterers White.

IC Southern BelleOLEO price, why don't you scoop upa
few pairs?
G', '6 I Lb.
ETS 49
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1 Q I 1 Lb. Solids 1
; tDlOQ s Fresh Sliced Beef

1 ... C 3LBS.t $1 !; Values 77

BLACK HAWK BEEF '' r .. ,1}' To $1.98These

Swift's ButterballTURKEYS
are discontinued numbers
i, a ;: Limit On. With SSI00 F of higher priced bras
: Order or Mon r ., -- featuring nylons cotton broadcloths -
C ,. 4 rayon satins. Stitched
CHUCK 35' cups embroidery elastic inserts -
1 II I LB. k. all figure flatterers
r LB .-,--.--- -.-_ .. .,,r all black terrific included buys. in White assorted and
<. Little Girls
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Lean BrisketSTEW play sets
-. r FRESH LEAN GROUND .5 Ibs. .99' ,,Ir1

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Frosty Morn SmokoJ

j .t 3 LBS.. $100 I PICNICSi SUGAR HERSHEYS Red MAYONNAISE bWhiteJar qt. 39*! -100Fun j

RATH'S BLACK STANDING HAWK 5 Lb. Beg 12 oz. jar 33< _

to wear and comfortable ,
J 3 RIB C Red & White Large 46 Oz. Can TOMATO for plal2.piece! bra or crop f 'y
.. 49C JUICE . 3 cans 79* top styles or shorts.with matching Woven bloomers cotton ,l I

59 seersucker novelty trims. Also
LB. Our Value 300 Can PORK &
0 stripes plaids and checks in ?
0 0 BEANS. .e 10 cans .99' gay colon.: Sizes 26x.SLEEVELESS.

.. .. Limit: One with
$5.00 Order Fresh Dandee 13 0:. Loaf _
Red & White -- boxes Or More BREAD 2 loaves 27' : i ia

CAKE MIX 4/l .. ''''..., ra''... I
Red & White Whole Kernel Red & White

Golden Corn 7 cans $100 Evap. Toll Can Jim DandyGRITS- BLOUSESWe've

Out Value 303 Can MILK rounded" up the smartest collection -

Sweet Peas 7 cans $1 o sico OUR VALUE with shorts ever, separate of cottons summer to skirts wear 00 '

CANS Shortening pants. Whites with sharp color em-
Red & White 303 Can W I 5 Ibs29' broidered motifs clever prints $1
,: 3-l Ib.d. Can various collars or cardigan necks. .
8 cans $1
NOBODY UNDERSELLS MEAT-A-RAMA Many gay. colors and prints. Sizes I
3238. -
2' cans $1 Many styles in sizes 42-44. 1.00 .. }
RICE 3Ibs.39r'.zj 1 ; t
For an appetizing: meal or snack

CARLTON'S or FLA. GRADE "A" '' j LIMIT ORDER ONE OR WITH MORE$5.00 visit 'Woolworths, 'lunch 'D pt. : ,

/ GAL 53* 3 DOZ. $100 SOUTH MAIN STRttl g 1 I .I

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.11 JO Gainesville Sun Thursday, May 14, 1964IUOfflEfl

0 f finD THE f fflffl1LY i L y yRuth Friday /Is Peterson Wi IsDn Polynesian Party Listed I

Vows Exchanged A Polynesian Party has been Informal dress is to be
planned for Gainesville Golf 'worn with shifts for women and
HospitalDay and Country Club members Sat ]Hawaiian sports shirts for
Weimer Women's Editor Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Peterson -wore a white linen dress, urday. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman I men suggested.

were married on May white accessories, toast brown Brown will serve as hosts.A .
I 6 at the home of Judge H. H. straw hat, and orchid corsage. diving show and refresh-

Tenth Observed McDonald, who performed the Henry M.. Sherry of Crescent ments is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Strained heated!! apricot

I; Anniversary double ring ceremony.The City served the bridegroom as with dancing from 9 p.m. to 1 preserves make an excellent

--- Gainesville residents who bride is the former Mrs. best man. a.m. to the Buccaneers. glaze for an open fruit tart.

would like to get an "inside Shirley K. Wilson, daughter of .
+K look" at their University Hos- Mrs. Elma E. King. The bride- After a ,short wedding trip, -

pital will have an opportunityto groom is the son of Mrs. LulaB. the newlyweds returned to make little feet -

K do so tomorrow.In Peterson of Hollywood, Fla. their home at 1324 SE 27th ,

celebration of Nation a I] The bride wore a pastel yel- Street play happier in

+it; : V A : Hospital Week, the University low embroidered sheath dress Mr. Peterson is employed by

.. Hospital on Archer Road will with white accessories and a the Alachua County Sheriff's QualiCraftmmmOJlllm V V
t hold open house from 3 to 5 p.m. white orchid corsage. Department, and Mrs. Petersonis

Visitors will be" able to ob- Miss Helen Shiver of Crescent employed by the Alachua'

f. serve medical and hospital ad- City attended the bride. She I County Tax Collector's office. I
vances that, in time, will alter
hospital care for all Floridians.

"Most of us do not have a V f.VFi V

good opportunity to view the

inside workings of a teachingand

N .Zy. lil referral hospital," explained pAY /il f
Mrs. Richard Schmidt, chairman W 4RE

of the Hospital Auxiliary
qV 4 t ; t : tours.: She is the wife of the
head of the University of Florida GET

medical college's depart-
ment of medicine. "' rt e
I 1 .k :+
"Here in Gainesville we have 4tf

two hospitals -' Alachua Gen- for a
x eral and the University of Florida the /ry'+\ /
Hospital. They're much
alike in the services they give No Unnecessary Middleman /-Y :"/i' \
llrs.Villiam H. Pierson, new president of the Friends of the Library, is !
'** shown at the left during the dinner-meeting of the organization at the Holiday but differ in one important way; Low Overhead i Modest Profits

IJ JT Inn with three of the seven members of the first Executive Board. They are, Alachua serves the county, the Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry

::. left to right, Mrs. Robert J. Harris, Mrs. George B. Hurff and Mrs. Gaines B. University Hospital serves the First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service
entire state. "Doctors all over ONE COAT
:: Lang.m ONE COAT
the; state refer patients to the ALYKD FLAT
'j := Mrs. William H. Pierson was ing of membership dues, contri--of hearing her father read University of'Florida Hospital.. ,ACRYLIC LATEX HOUSE PAINT
2T,elected president of the Friends butions, and profits from the Shakespeare aloud emphasizing This puts the University hospital I/ UP Lift TO CXKCTAMCY t vtAts

I C,..of the Library succeeding Mrs. annual Book Sale. cadence and rhythm of the in a unique position tpA RIWIIYIIIG ON
Armin H. Gropp at the annual During the years of the orga- verse. and at the center of educationfor MOST SUIfACU AIL SURFACESEXCEFT RAIL WOOO

:;:meeting following a dinner Tues- nization's existence, almost $16- future doctors, nurses, medical Mr Min IN >tAN
"Papa, she said, "was very L IXTltMLY p1U Running, jumping, playing, children give QualiCraft
-day night at the Holiday Inn. 000 has been given to the technologists, occupational
i ZT affair partial to the tragedies! This FOol uu OH wooo. Juniors play shoes a lot of rugged action. But
The marked the tenth library for books and equip- therapists, physical therapists, MITAL OB MASONITnnuoft they
*. set her standard for all the arts. UK ON INTIIIOR IUIFAUSO stand to the test because have the
up they fine fit
anniversary of the founding. ment. pharmacists, medical record _. WOOOWOII, TIIM. -- ;
::; Other officers elected were: Mrs. McCoy said that more librarians and many others allied DOOM, CAIINITI CLIAN-U.MAT AND WATU durable materials and expert craftsmanship needed to
j* Mrs. Henry J. Babers Jr., first Mrs. McCoy SpeakerMrs. I people should store up s u c h in the medical and hospital EVERY protect growing feet. Little feet play happier, play
X Clyde McCoy, Gaines treasures for the future, but 1$698 FREE $8982rlfL: FREE healthier
vice-president; Mrs. David S. fields, all being trainedin 2nd GAL .-, in QualiCraft Juniors. 2.99 to *4.99
:: Anthony, second vice president ville's "Outstanding Citizen" for never tolerate anything cheapto their specialties and in patient -
1963, and author of be packed in their "spiritual
; ; Mrs. Edward R. Woo d- care, explained Mrs.
t ri ward, t rea surer; Mrs. A. Darkness", was the guest luggage." Schmidt.

*- Frank Green, corresponding secretary speaker for the evening. She gave three points neces- "They're all being trainedfor BaR&th

f' =* ; Mrs. Darrell B. Pratt, Also marking a tenth anniver- sary for proper packing: "Ac- medical .or hospital service PAlNiTS
4 recording secretary. sary this year are Mr. and quire an informed taste. Tastes in line with the university's aim

g Standing committee chairmen I Gainesville Mrs. McCoy in, who 1954. The came speaker to shift and change over the years, of up-grading future patientcare 501 N.W. 8th Ave., Gainesville, Phone 376.7588 (GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER Open 'Til 9 p.m.
? are: Mrs. James D. Wine whether it be poetry or diamonds in the state. L
that her book included
fordner, membership; Mrs. explained philosophy or desserts.'Don't .
=-Raymond L. Tassinari, publi- a history of events, which vacillate about pack

I ..'eity; Mrs. George B. Hurff, have happened to her and her ing. Start in now on intended
friends during this period of
bulletin; Mrs. William M. reading or take that longplanned

,,Jones, volunteer services; Mrs. time. trip.
For her talk, she took as her -
Billy Brashear, Mrs. Samuel
'Develop that latent talent.If .
theme of her book
a chapter on
ro. Colgate and Grant McDon- .
of the Her there is something you really
luggage spirit. lug-
: aid, Book Sale.Provisionals
.. Honored gage, she stated, is packed with think"you can do, go ahead and
memories from normal life do it.
:0.>'. The dinner preceeding the
: business meeting, honored the which she can unpack and reliveas Mrs. McCoy closed her talk
a blind person. with these words: "May th e
= members of the provisional com-
Among her earliest memor- most you ever wish for, be the
mittee of the Friends of the Li-
ies child of three is that least ever get."
; brary, who were Mrs. Sanford as a you

Goin, chairman; Mrs. George
r*B. Hurff, first vice chairman; 1- Center
:.Mrs. F. W. Kokomoor, .second- f ,. ,* w '
-"vice-chairman; Mrs. Gaines: f
We offer a complete nursing service for any
=Lang, secretary; Mri..JD n.A. 'patient'.needing nursing"care. ,Licensed nurses'.on:> vA
Harrison, treasurer; Mrs. Lyle
-- duty 24 hours a day.
: N. McAlister, publicity chair-:
.. man; and Mrs. Robert J. Har: We accept convalescents as well as the aged

:.. ris, membership chairman. and infirm for a day, a week or for long term care. 1
show that membership ..ABAr
Reports Local, professional ownership and managementMr. ,. t ra< 6 S/F ,
reached a record number

: of 1,029 this year. A total of over A. A. Okus

-. $2,300 was given to the public
Mrs. Katherine Okus, R.N. FR 6-6214
library during the year consist- a t


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Annual OES GrandChapter Daytime Bridge Group, 9:30 Wives Club, Dutch Luncheon,
Reports Calendar Of EventsTODAY a.m., Clubhouse, West N ew- 12:30 p.m. 'Hotel Thomas.
; berry Road. American Association of Un-

May 14 House Staff Wives Club,. 8:301 I Phi Alpha Delta legal frater- iversity Women, Picnic H 0 poring -
At MeetBy Meet Coffee for Junior, Women by p.m.. Mrs. Robert Williams,I nity informal rush-.pafty, S'p.m. new members, 6:30:
University Inn. Mrs. Louis Goolsby, 514
sponsors, Mrs. Clark Butler 32 SW 42nd Street, Dr. Dan Of- p.m.
MIMI BAUMSTEIN I duty wagons. Holiday partiesare Gainesville Chapter 44, OES, Tampa, and Lewis Z. Kent of and Mrs. Robert Mautz, 611 ford, guest speaker. FRIDAY, May 15 SW 23rd Place.
Original Christmas decora- given for the boys, and their was hostess recently for a 'Lit- St. Petersburg. SW 27th'Court, 10, a.m. to Golden Age Club, 1 p.m., Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 SUNDAY, May 17
tions, Madrigal Dinner gowns,I birthdays are remembered with tle Grand Chapter Meeting"with Officers of Gainesville Chap- Noon. reation 'Center.University 'ReC-j' a.m., Holiday 'Inn. Hagues family annual reunion -
members' art work, and club- cards. Women's Soil Conservation Olena.
Service all
200 members and visitors ter presented each Worthy League of Women Voters day, Camp
earned certificates, set the The Boy's Club Library Com _----u
May Unit Meeting, 8 ,
attending the official visit 01 Gran..: Matron and Worthy p. m. I
scene for the annual meeting of mittee has been headed by Mrs.
Mrs. James A. Noland, 1003
Mrs. Adele Robertson of Miami, Grand Patron with a gift and .
the Gainesville Woman's Club W. J. Cody. Books were donatedby NW 22nd
: Monday at-the clubhouse. Gainesville High School students -Worthy Grand Matron, and Lee honorary member s hip. Mrs. Street.. DOLLAR SAVINGS DAYS at
Bowles of Jacksonville. Worthy Dick Whittington of McInt osh Girl Scout UBA Neigh-
J. "Ed
Price, president, the Coca Cola Company,
introduced each.member of ,the the Business and Professional Grand Patron of the Grand was soloist and Mrs. Cu r t is borhood Meeting, 930.a.. m.,
i ? Chapter of Florida. Williams, Past Grand Organist, Girl Scout House, 810 NW .
Executive Board, who presenteda Woman's Club, and the Gaines-
8th Street and then drive to tft1La1Ii1iT I
yearly! report. ville Woman's Club. The committee Other members, of the official accompanist. Lake _
Butler Civic Center.
Receiving high praise were the repaired and catalogued family present were: Miss Mary Banquet Held ,
International Division of the all books. ,Laura Johnson of Gainesville, All of the distinguished guests Allemanders Square Dance
Club for 'their four certificatesof Mrs. Harlan Reed Ellis is II Grand Treasurer; Mrs. Oni< were honored at a banquet held Club, 8 p.m., Howard Bishop
award from-the Florida Federation Youth Conservation chairman. ,Mae Stephens of Marianna,, at the Holiday Inn preceeded Junior High School. 00 OFFaMen's
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No.
I- of Women's Clubs. New Members Voted :Grand Conductress; Mrs. I on e the meeting. An Oriental theme
2, 8 Odd Fellows Hall.
' Other certificates were for Fifteen new ,members were Keen of Bart 0 w, Associate'was featured in all appoint- St.p.m.Patrick's Women's Club,
. Safety. Program and Yearbook added to membership of the Grand Conductress; Mrs. Vir, ments. 8 p.m. Parrish Hall. Dress and Work I
!; Honor- Score, 'ESO, and club. They are Mrs. Paul L. 'ginia Boyte of Orlando, Grand I Dr. E. W. Garris served as Tea honoring all girls graduating -
if 2 awards education. Adams, Mrs. Tom Fagan, Mrs. 'Chaplain; Mrs. Ruth Turner o:f master of ceremonies. Vincent from city high SHOESFrom
It' Listed as outstanding work Ray Ellis, Mrs. Will H. Gillett, Miami, Grand Marshal; Mrs. Brice gave the invocation a nd schools in June, their moth- I
done through the year was Mrs. Marguerite B. McInnis, Margaret M. Kelly of Miami,, Mrs.Tom McRorie, Worthy Ma- ers, and feminine faculty
1 that.of the Youth Conservation Mrs. Earl M. Scarborough, Mrs. Grand Electa; Donald D, tron, w el com ed Mrs. Adele members, 4 to 5:30 p.m., Mrs.J. $59 up I
''I> committee, headed'by' Mrs. Rosco A. Vickers, and Mrs. C. Grey of Jacksonville, Grand I Robertson. Tom McRorie i Wayne Reitz receiving hos-
Claude F. Greene. J. Cormier. Sentinel, and Mrs. Frances Worthy Patron, welcomed Lee tess, President's Residence, i
' Ashwood Cottage at Sunland Also Mrs. Jesse McMillan, Keisling of Jacksonville, Wor, Bowles, Worthy Grand Patron. 2151 West University Avenue.
t, Training ,Center has been sponsored Mrs. Leon Mull, Mrs. Arthur thy Grand Electa of the General Mrs. C. R. Perry,.associate ma- Gainesville Music Teachers $ 00 OFFON
', by .the 'club since 1961. Pepin, Mr- Willard E. Will- Grand Chapter. tron welcomed other guests. Association, 8 p.m., Mrs. I
I Purchases have' included. iams, Mrs. W. Wilson, Miss Ma- Also present were Past Grand Louis F. Latimer Jr., soloist Floyd Henderson and Mrs.
a swing set and several heavy bel Voyle and Mrs. James T. Matrons, Mrs. Nancye Rickard,, and Mrs. Curtis Williams, Elwood Keister, hostesses at
Hennessey. Miami; Mrs. Bessie Christian, Past Grand Organist, presented the latter's home, 1554 NW ALL I
Those reinstated were Mrs. J. Ocala Mrs. Beatrice Brandon
Cub ScoutsParticipate the musical program. 21st Avenue. WOMEN'SI
E. Baker, Mrs. Bernard D. of Bowling Green; Mrs. Verna n
Goff and Mrs. Carter Oster- Brice, Gainesville; Mrs. Leota I I
: bind.Receiving Prosser, Zephyrhills; Mrs. Helen BARE-FOOT COMFORT
: I at the door with I P. Theus, Leesburg, Mrs., -

In OutingFiftyfive Mrs. Price were Mrs. John W. Frances Gray of Jacksonville.Past PLUS PROTECTION I
Wilson and Mrs. John R. Bangs. Gr an d Patrons were Heels and Flats
1"1 members, parentsand George A. Miller, Leesburg; E.
leaders of Gainesville Cub The tea table was covered W. Garris and Vincent Brice, RUBBER /L
Scout Pack 82, sponsored by St. with a mint green cloth and,Gainesville; Cecil C. Theus of
. Patrick's Catholic Church, centered with an Oriental arrangement Fennell From $5"
participated of lilies Leesburg; Walter F. :... up
yellow day
k in an outing at Marine- and J. V. Inabinet, both of f -&
and pine. Pouring coffee were lum"SANDALS
? land over the weekend.
; of the Mrs. Fred Heath and Mrs. C. MISSES' AND TEENS'
i'j As a representative
! pack, Michael Weber, son of D.:Gunn. O.M. AndersonsCelebrate '

I I jj Mr. and Mrs. ,Dennis Weber., Mrs. Price announced thatthe 50thAnniversary CANVAS
I* was chosen to feed the porpois- Woman's Club will serve : : -

t es. Cubs and their families as a "godparent" for the archives Perfect forBeachwear
f lunched on the beach and spoil at the University of Flor Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Anderson, i
i the afternoon swimming and ida. Members are urged to whose fiftieth wedding anniver-
Easy on Easy Off
Sizes, 8 V2 to 12, CASUALS
V visiting historical attractions in save mementos from near and sary took place April 27, were Comfortable Thong = '
*,'' the area before returning :ome. far that might be of interest in honored recently by an anniversary Type Sandal that : U'/2 to 3 $ 57i
I This was the third outing for future years. Mrs. Lynn Ten dinner at the Holiday Inn. You find so many 1
!$ the local cub pack. In January, Eyck will serve as club ar- Hosts were their daughter, Mrs.E. uses for e i Assorted Colors .., .
the group visited various thor chieves' chairman.Mrs. P. Kendall, and granddaughter Made byFamous OR { -r.t
oughbred horse farms in the Miss Canova Anderson lU.S. 2 PfS.$3 1\ Y- -. .... a
It Ocala area and in March, the Nathan L. Smith an- Blake. Canvas Mfr. fof :t _:'
' nounced Summer sketch classes \.U '
pack members were guests of After the dinner, a small re- '" VALUES TO 2.95 PAIR
I the U. S. Navy at Cecil Field and invited members to attend ception followed at the Kendall CHlDRENS! WOMEN'S MEN'S t
[ Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. the May 26 meeting at the Swan home

Scheduled for summer js: an Lake home of Mrs. Ten Eyck. A golden wedding motif was 27 3r 43 .' USE OUR .LAYAWAYOpenMonday
appearance on television at a featured in the appointments an I
tt Jacksonville station and a visit yellow roses formed the floral thru Saturday
r to the city zoo there and a. trip Marinate drained canned decorations for both parties.
to a dairy in Hawthorne.- chick peas with French dress- Those celebrating the occasion HOURS:
Pack leaders are Clyde Ilion-; ing and sprinkle with lots of with Mr. and Mrs. Anderson GO FIRST TO MON. 9 'til 9-Sundays Noon 'til 7

r roe Cubmaster, and Reggie minced parsley. Serve as a were their daughter, Mrs. THRU
Newbern assistant. salad with cold meats. Kendall; and Mr. Kendall; their NE1SNER ) SAT. 915 NORTH MAIN ,ST.
Ann and
grandchildren, Sue 9-9 1"0,
r 1.I II Blake, all of Gainesville, and IN FOOD FAIR: SHOPPING' 'CENTER:' "-
the following guests from Green

Mrs. Clarence Lazette, a twin 1130 North Main Street EBIMM'HH
sister of Mrs. Anderson, and Mr.I _
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( AINE5.VILLE SHOPPING J. Canova and their son,
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s.+t tw Little l White Lie era What's! reply,your writ problem to Abby.For Box a 3365.gen* It ta

t ti Beverly Hills Calif., 90212. and I

include a telf-addressed stamped. en-

iv ,{ velope. Abby answers all mail.

.. f Abigail Van Buren

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DEAR ABBY: My father-in-law celebrates his birthday on My father never approved of any of his daughters going THERE'S NOTHING AS FIERCE AS AM EN& GEDAND AULSUOBBOVIA IS DRENCHED WITH
February 22nd. He was born in the old country and either out with men in uniform. (There were six of us girls.) HA1R/-BREASTED GlNZBlRD.'.' STRIKES BACK.1/- KICKAPOO JOY JUICE .'?'-

they didn't .figure time.the way we do or else his birth records We thought it was kind of peculiar because Papa had 4 4a

were lost but, anyway, I am sure he chose that date been in the Navy himself for three years. Anyway, I met
himself because it was Washington's birthday and he wantedto this hot shot Air Force guy and I went for him in a big

share in the honor. We always have a cake and sing way. He acted the perfect gentleman. I sneaked off to date

"Happy Birthday" and make a big occasion it. All of a him. And, sure enough, the minute he got out of uniformhe

t sudden an elderly aunt of his from Elmira N.Y., turned was no gentleman.
g! up and when she saw this birthday celebration for Papa Joe FLO FROM RICHMOND
she loudly announced that he was born in the summer! DEAR FLO: He should have kept his uniform on.

He was so embarrassed, it spoiled the party. I think she *

owes Papa Joe an apology (he's been very quiet since DEAR ABBY: My husband was ill for over a year, and -
then). Should I suggest it? in all that time not one of our neighbors came to see him,

BEA IN BROOKLYN or even inquired about him. When he died, they all came
DEAR BEA: You could suggest it, but anyone as insensi- running over with baked goods and sympathy. I refused to
tive to the feelings of others as Auntie from Elmira appears accept anything, telling them that the time for them to have

I to be, would either refuse, or do it without conviction. The done something for him was when he was alive and 'a -ONSHUFFL1N' PER A MINUTE ((
damage is done. But tell Papa Joe I know lots of wonderful could have appreciated it. Now I am being severely criticized WORKIN AN' DEAUN* ;1, I THOUGHT
people in his boat. I have an uncle who picked Christmas! for my actions. Was I wrong? I""I x4 I'M BEEN WORE WORKIN''e OUT MAW"I !! WUZ SICK .
# *
DEAR ABBY: I am sorry but I have to disagree with you DEAR BITTER: That your neighbors had hurt you by their == DAY!! n= 1 /- 3 a
about men in uniform. You said they were okay. Well, a thoughtlessness does not justify your rebuff. There is a

few years back I would have'said they were okay, too, butI chance that they didn't know of his illness or of the seriousness r

-learned my lesson.THURSDAY of it. 00c fss
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10:00 O B Kraft Suspense 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo r yr aLlstwfK
(Color) "The Watchman." 9:00 O Divorce Court

Many years ago, Spanish O Bachelor Father / 5.14 eQ

0e revolutionist Ramon Castillo O Romper Room Z
saved JackFleming's
newsman 9:30 O People Are Funny +
life, and now
CD Jack LaLanne
they are united again,
but this time Castillo is a 10:00 Q Say When A "X YES,WE SHALL"! a KTHATS THE FOURTH I ONJI
News-Mike Wallace WEIGHTED ) PLANT IT VIA !
rackets boss in New York O t BEFORE I HAVE PLANTED ON
O Nurses-Drama 10:30 O CD News WE SHOULD PER FORM A & MOON.
"White O I Love Lucy SMALL CEREMONY. "
on White. A TV I
11:00 Concentration I 1zU
I production crew arrivesat O CD
Alden O Price Is Right
General to filma
EVENING O What's New ,,
11:30 O CD Missing Links
"hospital and
5:00 O Best of Groucho About the senses. <
Liz O Pete And Gladys "-
Thorpe, concerned
O Riverboat 8:00 O Film Feature
5:25 Q Greatest Headlines 8:15 O Chats On Writing with juggled schedules, is 12:00 Q CD First ImpressionO E-c
5:30 O Newscope Restraint in writing. ready to raise the roof. Love Of Life S

0 5:55 O Local News, Sports, 8:30 O O Dr. KHdare :Mrs. Thorpe: Shirl Conway 12:25 O News i. .
( Weather "Speak Not in Angry Dr. Kiley: Edward 12:30 O CD Truth or U
6:00 Sunshine Almanac Pochek Binns. Miss Lucas: Zina .
O Whispers. Hildy ConsequencesO -I
t O News, Sports, suffering from an acute Bethune. Search For Tomorrow Q "
11:00 O News, Weather, Sports
\ Weather hypersensitivity to sound O News 12:45 O Guiding Light i
6:15 O Channel Five News begs to be taken to a
6:30 O News-Walter hospital any hospital, 11:25 O Movie 1:00 Q News KATE-WE AREDR.MORGANt STRNDLY. INTENTIONS TOWARDS MY<< PLEASEDAUGHTER. /
O Quest for Adventure that is, except Blair Gen- O Midday CAD..JT WA5NTNECE55ARY SHALL DRESS c .YOUNG MAN?
O CD News Huntley, eral. Gate. A small .THAT YOFORMALLY FOR :, J
band of French Legionnaires -'' CD Local News z WE'RE1DINNEREVERY 1)
Brinkley O Children Growing sets out to destroya I 1:05 CD Match Game < DINNER HERE AT HOME-. NIGHT/ = + 'rN
7:00 O Rifleman Biological and Emotional
"Sins of' the Father." Problems of a MaturingGirl. hidden Communist 1:15 Q Focus Interview
Andy Moon shoots a man munitions dump during 1:30 O ScienceO J

in self-defense, and hopesto 9:00 O Perry Mason the Indo-China War. Gene As the World Turns o
elude the dead man's "The Case of the Tan- Barry, Nat "King" Cole, CD Ernie Ford

vengeance-seeking brothers. dem Target. Folk singer Angie Dickinson, Lee Van 2:00 O CD Let's MakeA
Con Bolton is suspect. Cleef, Paul Dubov. Deal

CD Arrest and Trial. ed of having taken a potshot 11:30 Q Carson B (Color) Johnny O Password

O Discovery at wealthy Sumner 2:25 Q CD News

Introduces the micr o. Hodge, who'd ordered FRIDAY 2:30 Q CD DoctorsO .-a

I, scope. him to stop seeing his 6:00 Q Slimnasiics House Party

O Movie daughter. O Sunrise Semester 3:00 O CD Loretta Young
"Blood and San d. O Folk 6:10; B Continental
(1941) The story of a 9:30 O D Hazel .. 6:15 O GOODNIGHT PEAR -
Sunshine Almanac 3:25 O News-Edwards DON'T WAIT YOU'RE GOING AT PUT ON A
young bullfighter's strug- (Color) The "Haz"el "'6:30: Q World Civilization 3:30 Q CD Yon Don't Say! UP FORME O'CLOCK AT TEN TUDBURY h r \. NIGHTSHIFT
I gle to reach the top, and Walk." Hazel doesn't O Pastor's Study O Edge of Night L .I\6 AT ,;r I HUSBANPSTHEY'RE .
{ how two beautiful women want the highway com- 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 4:00latch GameD s rs NIGHT? Z '
have a profound effect on mission to build a road 6:40 CD Living Words Secret Storm-Serial

c his life. Tyrone Power, through the Pocono Trail, 6:45 CD Hi Neighbor CD Popeye's Pals i s = xA
t Rita Hayworth, Linda but the alternate route 6:50 O Farm and Home 4:25 O News i O-( s -

Darnell, Nazimova, An- cuts right through the 7:00 O CD Today 4:30 O Burns and Allen a I : I

; thony Quinn. golf course at George'sclub. O News, Weather O Super Car .. L
7:30 O Temple Houston 7:05 O Ranger Hal CD Movie JJ : cj .,
"Jubilee" O Science Reportercess : 7:50 O News "Cattle Empire." 0'l
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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker -


I It THAT GIRL '.> s

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, New Unrlt 'imrgWASHINGTONWhen is no bed of roses. It must ter, you have rung the bell' speaking." "will you hold on,
also be impressed upon her again with this morning's column please, for Mr. Success?" The
that she is working for a man which I read aloud to my: line goes dead while Sterling!
arrives it is followedtwo
success who counts for
something. wife over breakfast. I was reminded -holds on.Nine .
weeks later by a secretary.The American business culturehas of something Richelieuonce

secretary sits at a desk evolved several ways for said when confronted witha chances out of ten, AS

outside the door looking effi- dealing with these problems.One similar situation during the- Sterling has never heard of __
cient, forbidding and protective. way is to give the secre- Mr. Success, but he is curiousto -
Almost at once, she turns tary plenty of dictation. The Steinbeck. 'Dear John find out who he is. It is unthinkable LDEIN3 US INTO | TU R N AWAY, oD MINNIE.' I LL TO 516N ( '
success into a problem. It would standard practice is to call her just a for a man with a secretary 5 MINNIE,IF SOMEONE A TRAP..RE bYEIL NIPPED PULL YOU AWAY STOP VS?
I note to tell you that I have 14 CID VMS MRS.YEEK MEMAUSSUZ YEERAS IF I DIDNT I
: look bad to let her just sit I- in and dictate a dozen lettersto been re reading Tortilla Flat to call Sterling directly Z FROM THE PRSON: HUT THIRD WITCH A11uHr SHOW K BITE ON THE ,
there buffing her nails. She important men whose names For one thing, Sterling himself o DOCTOR WE 'AND FRESH TRAIL Tt '
with the kinds and... Walter and '4 SAW fan A
must be given work to do so will awe her. John may resent a total stranger's -may have a secretary, in which >c 10 SECOND? a i '
that everyone can see that suc- For example: "Dear Waizo i case she will humiliate him by r
addressing them by their z
that her is in
saying man con-
first names but, being gentle- j
SIS BUS ADDA ference. Secretaries have little <
PREPOSTEROUSRADIx men, they are unlikely to reply u
respect men who make
snappishly. Moreover the let-
one PI t'k
their own phone calls.
ACROSS IDEA oLE BED ters will make work for their

1.Oriental 32.351 Armpit Renounce TEN AW RODe secretaries and thus lighten the The common practice is to >

5.carriage Clash 37.Cold E5TATE AHUAGC drain on their own creative have the secretary place fouror

8.Fruit syrup Adriatic wind PRONTO energies. five calls, asking each partyto Ecen ;
11.Across 39.Anglo- CERO BAT DOM Once a success has impressed hold on, and then go to the
Ignorant Saxon money ANY IAN ALMso his secretary with his im- water cooler for a chat with
14.Gallery 40.King Ar ANN PIeTATRANSGRESSOR portance, she will be on guard the office boy. This lets all the
15.Reasonable thur's lance against common nuisances who people holding dead receivers I I I I WATCH YYHE25t 11VI40'S THAT? ( ( 'i l
16.Peruvian 41.Beast EMMA SOW SMAd "4 + I I I I It
: want to waste her employer's understand where they stand in II I >U'2 POUZIJ4 ,' i I 'I E
17. Nettle anmcnr IracLs underbrush in SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE valuable time. The problemhere the cosmic order.It T II) THAT PISHWATER./ I' I f I'I I IId

18.Divulge 43.Pinches is to persuade some SAR6c, I ,
DO\VX. I :
t 1.Torment: is not clear why Success iIIIIIICr. r r? i I II
19. Infirm 44.Starchy t.Bulks common nuisances to come to I .. II IIa
through age foods 2.W'a dlgbith :slang the office so the secretary can must have everyone wait on <
22. Legal 45.Unicorn 3.Sully 8.snake Black throw them out.Encyclopedia. it at the telephone. If a successful =
action fish 4.Ldiover veil salesmen man were. going to call
9.Papal are
23. 46.Pewter coin
5.Southern ChImes very useful for this personally on someone, h e
2'Atmosphere 10 purpose.
I 26.Arrowroot 41.railways High 6.drink Deficiency: 13'Facetious- Occasionaly a close friend will would not send This secretary 14 I I f fT

28.Large pill 48.Socials of oxygCl1 nets be agreeable to having himself ahead to ask his host to drop I
17.Character thrown out during the early everything and sit tight for the I 8 f I

1 Z J 4 s d 7 a 9 toI InThe Merry stages of adjustment to a secretary arrival of. Mr. Success. If he ....,. tul IIII I IwaLjD
Widow" provided he is invitedto did, the host would tell her to II
/ rt r3 20.Knock dinner in return. take a flying leap at the switch- I
If r5I' 25.Fabulous The problem about makingan board.
bird appointment for someone to Some people, of, course, haveno -
27.Away from come in so he can be turned phone manners at all. When I KNOW THIS 15 PAINFUL FOR ALL <
Ii ZI lLZ' the mouth away is that the secretary will asked, "Will you hold on, c YOU,MY DEAR WHY PONT YOU RIGHT. 7AYE HOME/ON THE WAY, NE &CAME INSISTED THAT HE GET OUT THE riKEOOKS
29.Gull-like insist on making the telephonecall. please, for Mr. Success they 30 INTO THE HOUSE WHILE:ITELL r DADDY! aunt IN5ULnNG..ATTEMrrEP K L F THE CAK..WHICH HE A OF THE CLUB!
l o 25IG // '// 30.IdealperfntIon I- CORNEELY ABOUT TO W55 PATTi y.. */ PIP RELUCTANTLY:
: / A success who makes his say, "No, and hang up. VDUK EXPERIENCE.f ., : -

'// or// // 27 Th zs 30 3/ Comprehends own telephone calls rarely Fortunately for the man with a
makes it all, the way to the secretary to keep busy, these
3i3T 's i is 9;; 32.Astern board room. are a small minority.It .

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34.PaImcockatoo of success is to waste otherpeople's why so few successes ever goon v i th
4Z 49 time by making them do
5TT 36.Garment great things in life.<
43" 38.N.ZeaL hang on a dead telephone re- The job of making work for I
tribe ceiver. Everyone knows how their secretaries takes everything -
46 47 44 42.Fr.article this works. The phone rings.A out of them before they

43.Filbert feminine voice says, "Mr. move up to their first oil
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J4 Gainesville Sun Thursday May 14, 1964II

1 I China is a perfect illustrationof novelists of the world" and "the mainly to children to American- beautiful home are her four I

i Writers Isolated Pearl I Bucksoon the truth that revolution- ablest living interpreter of the Asian parentage. Hundreds of adopted children three girls and
Says revolution, mind you, not re- Chinese character." these have been placed in a boy. Her husband Richard J. I

form-is the worst thing that Born in Hillsboro, W. Va., American homes. I Walsh, New York publisher,
can happen to country, setting June 26, 1892, Miss Buck settledon Sharing Miss Buck's own r died four years ago.RENTATV.
PERKASIE, Pa. AP-"This) "Those I call our older young. missionaries, she grew up in this may come to pass, it back a thousand years," she 400-acre farm in this pic- --
I Is a wonderful world for writers er writers are concerned with China, spent many adult years she says, depends on how quickly said. a __
I the most exciting time in his- things other than the immediate there, taught there, wrote about and comprehensively China turesque region many years : -
By general consent her finest Here she founded Welcome
tory, yet our American writersare world, in which each day seemsto the country, became steeped in can be exposed to the rest of I ago.
work is "The Good Earth for House unusual kind of adoption
curiously isolated from it," bring more changes and new its culture and traditions. In- the world, especially the West. an .
which she received Pulitzer which she is
says novelist Pearl Buck. problems. the talk turned to I a agency, extending -
"What is needed, and what in Prize in 1932. That book prompted nationally.Over .
Approaching her 72nd birth-
sq China.
day-only a little more tt! an a "But I am sure the new the end will take place in China one critic to call Miss Buck the years WelcomeHouse
month away-as occupied with writers will emerge, perhapsout She believes that China even- is reform from within. Red one of "the foremost living has given its attention

plans and projects as ever in .of the Peace Corps as wellas tually will cast off Red rule and
her distinguished literary from the college and university become a nation not unlike the

career, Miss Buck thinks that campuses where there appears United States of today. How 3 "FROM HERE
isolation is that to be a marked aware- .. g
so pronounced ... .e...
ness of what is happening here ... ...
readers are getting aheadof TO ETERNITY"SAUTHOR
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the writers." and now. c.a..I Id.r. "

"This will have to change," Miss Buck won the Noble K rf!& Ck ., -
she said in an interview at her Prize for literature in 1938. She .

Bucks County farm home, "be- is now working on a novel about '1'. ..vi .'. I ;.
cause our writers simply cannot India. . ... -
go on and on being out of 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 >< '-
The daughter of American Also in Ocala ; > GREATEST
tune with their time, the time ;_
we have been expecting for centuries LAST TIMES
with its changing rela- I NOVEL
tionships of peoples, its birth of DRIVE-1N THEATRE SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:10

nations, its dramatic challenges 2400Nwf4or..E..1 EL2o E4J0tt OPEN 7:00 SHOW J t 7:30Will "
to leadership everywhere. y j Ik.
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For ChildrenOn A HORRIFYING' the

Fri. Sat. TORY" HE most

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Story Time for children from 0 'I t
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3 to 7 will be Friday afternoon E PER1etECHNISCOP tomorrow

from 3:15 to 4 o'clock at the solo ,. ever
Gainesville Public Library. rr I i ; shown

Miss Alice Haines and Miss on ascreen
Marilyn Ware, students in the !

College of Education of the University I _
of Florida, will be the

storytellers.Their .
stories will include "The Neither
Beauty in the Wood" a prin- t Amuse Nor /

cess who has a spell cast upon EntertainChildren
her; "The Master Cat," a very a, "
reliable and successful cat;
"Paddy's Three Pets," a little KEIRDULLEAroMOow] -ci ::.
boy who learns to care for his wit h (The Star Of ", ."'".
iI i pets; "Angus and the Duck", :' :i::... mIl L "David &Lisa' __[ _I AT Directed; .by ANDREW: MARION by SIDNEY Screenplay HARMON T by BERNARD CORDONProduced

a Scottie dog and a duck; "Chi WARDEN -- ,-"F.---F 1:00,3:10,5:10,

Wee Runs a Race," an Indian TODAY I 7:30,9:40
/ girl who learns she doesn't haveto .,, a F THRU SAT IOO ;) r.\r.\ ? fh r- L NARRATED by

win Saturday to be happy.On morning. from 1-3-5-7-9 -t f XTRA. .UJJW\9! ; \ U L 1U.lU.-.MAN! OF DESTINY Lowell THOMASLAST

10:30: to 11:30 there will be Story I I. I. 1 1 I
Hour at the library for children SECRET FROM RUSSIA
from 7 to 11. Miss Charlan Eng I MPT CARV* tin. JAMES BOND A T_0 In I
and Miss Lucy Goddard, mem- DAY! WITH LOVE"f

bers of the Sigma Anchor Club

of will the tell Gainesville Oriental folktales.Observe High School. m Lgao. o00 0 !;J & Q1? Q r

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Bar Mitzvah At "DontEnowWhen

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Sabbath ServiceThe '/ OA&

Bar Mitzvah of Scott Steven ou C -

Monath, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1vI SuchYalues bUY i

Donald Monath,will.be celebrated -

el tomorrow at Congregation and i Saturday.B'NaISra een of

Sabbath servies Friday eve-

ning will begin at 8 o'clock,, E HOME BEAUTIFUL'S 8 the

and Scott will participate in \ e .,
leading the services. Jack
Zucker will officiate. '\

Saturday morning services
will be held at 9 o'clock. Th e r r'1.f' wx i tic

Bar Mitzvah will be called to .d
the Torah and participate in

the service. Officiating with ,
x > S p WUNDA o
Scott will be Dr. Mendell Herz- :

berg, Pincus Gross and Jack x LOOM p

Zucker.Mr. '8 s b I O

and Mrs. Monath will be ,, COTTON c
hosts to the congregation at an
Oneg Shabbat and at a Kiddush i itie.
'following the services.

The synagogue is located at .a brand new i

S.W. Second Place and S.W. i- NEVER SUCH BUYJNG NEVER 93
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11 I New Florida Football Preview v Pulls No PunchesI\\ I


The 1964 University of Florida football preview, not to be John Feiber, Graham McKeel and Jimmy Jordan add some

confused with the annual fall issue of Facts and figures, is off punch to our offense, while linemen like Jim Benson, Bill

the desk of Gator sports information director Norm Carlson. Carr, Jerry Anderson and Wally Colson are counted upon now.

The slick 34-page brochure pulls no punches about the upcoming Coach Graves: 'Depth Is What We Must Have' There is also a probable breakdown of the Gators' threedeepfor

t season and the schedule problems that will face the start of fall practice on Sept. 1.
Tech in Atlanta last fall. The lessons of that defeat beforea take some lumps, they will dish a few out, also.
Coach Ray Graves' overall summation of the '64 spring national television audience should not be lost on the team 3. Running game help for Larry Dupree is present. Several Left ends Lynn Matthews, Gary Thomas, Randy Jackson!;

i practice is concise: members who will return this fall. boys showed what it takes to be effective in the SEC, most the latter offense only. .

"It's difficult to predict just how inexperienced football notably halfbacks Jack Harper, Alan Poe, Marquis Baeszler
With Southern Methodist, Mississippi State, Louisiana State John Thom-
J. Left tackles Dennis Gagner,
players will react and produce under the pressure of tough and Dick Kirk and fullbacks John Feiber and Graham McKeeL Murphy Larry -
competition. and Mississippi the first four opponents, the obvious answeris son, the latter offense only. .-
"These that the Gators MUST be ready mentally and physically.Else .
time after inexperienced boys are going to be called upon 1964 is going to be a year of disaster on the Florida Spurrier Pin-Points Kicks Left guards Larry Beckman and Jim Benson, offense-
time this fall and their will likely
football front. only; Jim Bernhart, Jack Card, defense only.
determine many things for the Florida football team. Whilewe 4. Kicking game should be better with an improved and

Strength and WeaknessesFans experienced Hal Seymour and a good pin-point kicker in Steve Centers Gary Cliett, Bill Carr, Max Bilinski, offense'only ..

Spurrier. ; Roger Pettee and Ron Pursell, defense only.

may be interested in Graves' seven-point breakdownof 5. By position, Florida should be stronger at end, quarter- Right guards Bill Richbourg, Jerry Anderson. '

( Florida's strength and weaknesses: back, halfback and fullback. The Gators will be much weakerat Right tackles Sydney MacLean, John Whatley, Bob Lyle, .

guard, same at center and tackle. the latter offense only.
1. Problems of the toughest schedule in Florida history and
changing substitution rules create the need for more depth 6. Florida will substitute with 'a pair" of two-way units and Right ends v- Barry Brown, Charles Casey, Chip Hoyet
an offensive specialist "Go Team. First two units should
t than in the past. Florida would like to start the SMU game the latter offense only -
rw i aJS with approximately 44 boys capable of playing the SEC. wind up playing approximately same amount of time. Four Quarterbacks Tom Shannon and Steve Spurrier, offense

I positions, left guard, center quarterback and fullback, will be only; Bruce Bennett, Hal Seymour, Ken Russell, defense only.
The matter of depth was only partially solved and is the
played on a "wild card" basis. Left halfbacks Allen Trammell, Alan Poe, Dick Kirk, the
big concern for fall. Playing rugged folks week after week This can be done a majority of times. However, in some
are not worried about the Duprees, Murphys, Richbourgs, latter offense only.Right.halfbacks.
results in injuries and while Florida will be a solid football
situations it will be for wild cards to
necessary Jack Newcomer, Marquis
and Harper Jerry
so forth can't the load alone. ,

they carry team to a point, there is a fear that lack of suitable depth the for down. At these times might see Tom
game you Baeszler the latter offense
"Depth Is what must have. We will only.
we get injuries against
might be a major factor in Sophomores and
many games. Shannon and Cliett C down of defenseor
(QB) Gary ( ) playing a Fullbacks Graham McKeel, John Feiber,
the rugged folks face and must be We Larry Dupree,
we boys ready. .
young and seniors liable to extensive
green juniors are see duty.
Bruce Bennett ) and Pettee (C) playing a downof
will be a well-conditioned football team and (QB Roger offense only; and Steve Heidt and Bud Williams, defense only.
aggressive one
which should make Florida,fans proud." 2. The main result of spring practice was the aggressiveness offense. Bennett, in particular, is likely to see some of- Specialists will include Lyle kicking off, Seymour and Spur.
( displayed by varsity troops. Seldom, if ever, have Flo- fensive duty. and
Hall after touchdowns Lyle
The latter item in Graves' statement will be one that will rier punting, Jimmy points ;
be watched rida players gone after each other like they did this spring. 7. Youngsters will be important. Steve Spurrier had a good Don Barrett, field goals.So .
UF fans. The Gators
closely by weren't ready, Florida, on the basis of spring practice, will be a hard-nosed spring for. a sophomore quarterback and is very definitely there's your Gator "spring" into the 1964 football season.It .
mentally for the with

I\ ..-..., -or physically----,- ._--......_early....... .. ...opener... .._.... .,..._. ,.....n Georgia' aggressive team this fall and while the Gators likely will going to see a great deal of action this fall. Marquis Baeszler, is to be hoped there will be no "fall" in the fall.
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f Ky. Just like Lending usual strength in the was the best by a native Amer- and two-mile runs and looms as '

1 'e '. t Ihe Kentucky Derby, the Southeastern :long jaunts will be Rocky Sod- ican freshman in the nation and a strong threat to break the
:.,. '. tI claims are being made that he record in the longer distance.He .
Conference track meet erberg and Coppley Vickers.
t .. / ; could become the SEC's best shows a best time of 9:09.4:
: ; I Mining up at the Center University track of 'Soderberg won the SEC indoor miler fa history. .while the existing mark, second .,... ,
; entucky tomorrow and Sports Saturday is "any- mile and finished second in the Vickers, voted the outstanding i longest standing record in the (:\ .

? 'K !p Dody's boss race" but the cin- NCAA Eastern mile run. His performer in the Florida Relays, .books, is 9:18.1set by Holm- tw.Ez f,;'<.t ':. .x

> :ier hardboots have a sneaky 4:10.2 timing two years agoTrainers paces the SEC fa both the mile berg fa 1952 .. '" T ,.t

suspicion that darkhorse Tennessee I

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Northern Dancer the Scoun- I
1I fourth-place finisher $7,500. That
d i
which their stance -
I c> came on
ace's first in the mile and drel, Roman Brother, Quad- the $12,000 and the nomination -means only two of the starters
rangle and Big Pete. fees of $14,700 for the origi-
will fail to their Unbeaten
J 1 1I wo-mile; runs) but had to settleor pay expensesto Stays
I f: fourth. Twenty-five points That is the entry fee for the nal list of 147, the Maryland the ancient track with its two

ollected with the aid of three six 3-year-olds scheduled to Jockey Club adds $150,000 for a modern stands on the outskirtsof

Gainesville High School will hold its second scrimmage (j::Irsts gave Tennessee another match strides Saturday at 4:45 total value of $176,000. The first this city. Fulps Radiator remained un, limit after seven innings. Road

of spring football at 7:30 tonight at Harris t:bird in the 1953 renewal. Around 30,000 beaten in Business League softball Prison nipped Utility Depart

Field. The public is invited and there is no admission > > The crowd probably will not plays in Division II with an ment 5-4 and CWA edged Pub-
charge. Cloud Issue easy 12-2 win over Howard's TV lix 4.3 in other games played.
number more than 30,000 com- ,
like last night at City Park. It was Games Tonight
Coach Jim Niblack said de- All past performances, pared to the estimated 100,000 '
1 he form chart in horse racing, who jammed Churchill Downs the first loss for Howard's while City League contests tonight (

fense highlighted a scrimmage 1I;ometimes serve only to cloud for the Kentucky Derby May 2. Fulps now is 6-0 for the year. will send Schlitz against Gainesville {;
earlier this week. Tackling was i be the at 7 and Budweiser !'
Such could Wings
he issue.
1 1a : Pimlico Is much
of- a smaller plant In other Division II g a m e s,,
and the
especially rugged :ase this year, but the experts than the Downs. But in turf I Chem beat Medical Students. meets Guy Cleveland Construe- j i
fense had a hard time movingthe j evidence NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterdays Results tion Co. at 9 on Field No. 1. On (
1 lave some pretty W..L..Pct..G.B. New York 1, Detroit 1, 6 Innings, rain lore, Pimlico bows to none. 14-5 and Gainesville Gas Co. !
ball. Tackles Randy Shad-< m which to hazard the predic- San Francisco 14 t Ml Cleveland 3, Boston 0, 6 innings, rain from Smith Sinclair 111. Field No. 2, Post Office plays !
burn and Henry Marks played ] ae ion that the Volunteers shouldit Philadelphia 14 .609 1V4 Chicago 5, Minnesota 1 The Preakness gets its name won Publix at 7 and Hav-A-Tampa !
: St. Louis 14 11 .593 IV* Los Angeles 9-0. Kansas City 0-2 In Division I action, Hav-A- I)
well as did linebacker Jerry least rate the favorite's role. Milwaukee 15 11 .577 2 Baltimore at Washington, rainTodays from a thoroughbred, who sold Office meets Sunnyland Packing at 9
and Post
Games playeda
Pittsburgh 14 12 .538 3 for $2,000 as a yearling in 1868 Tampa in Business
Grier. ,
coached by Chuck loop games.
Tennessee, Cincinnati 13 13 JOO 4Chicago .
New York (Bouton 3-1) at Detroit (Wick 5-5 tie called due to .
the SEC indoor 10 11 .474 4V* sham 4-2) and then raced with great suc- Division IHayATampa
D ash fullback,1 1 loe, captured Houston 12 17 alt 6V
Alex r u ,
Chicago (Buzhardt 2-2). at Minnesota
hampionship this past winter Los 10 14 .385 7 ( cess in this country and Eng- 001 310 0-5 6 3
Angeles Strange 0-2)
for the offense as he i New 7 19 10
sparkled with traditional strength in the Yesterdays Results .269 Baltimore (Estrada, 04) at Washington land. Post Office COO 200 3-5 4 3
several fine (Koch 0-0) night Gators Grab
made runs. istance events aiding ape r- New York 5. Milwaukee 2 Only games scheduled. Preakness is an Indian name Shores and Floyd; Hall and i
Houston 2. San Francisco 1
Purple Offense Richard Prime Kent Sheppard ormance that saw the Vols win- Los Angeles at Chicago,,rain Cleveland at Tomorrows Detroit! N Games meaning "Quail Woods" and Avery. }{.

lers in six of the 12 events on St.Cincinnati Louis at at Philadelphia Pittsburgh rain rain Los Chicago Angeles at Washington at N 2, twl-nlght originally was spelled "Proquales" Sivim Stars Road Urison 400 001 0- 555
The Purple offense tonightwill tie Today's Games Kansas City at New York N by the Minisi Indians. Gen. Utility Dept. 201 010 01-14 8 1 !
program. Los Angeles (Drysdale 4-1) at Chicago ,
Minnesota at Boston N
go with Bobby Roundtreeand (Jackson 5-1) George Washington spelled it Goodlet and Edwards; Rooks :
Mac Stepanovich, ends; The harriers from south of the Milwaukee(Stallard 2-4)(Spahn 2-2) at New York FLORIDA STATE W..L..Pct..G.B.LEAGUE "Preckiness." University of Florida has signed ., and Melton. l

Pete Enwall and Kenny Mack, i1IAJOR )(order boast a 6-1 record in out- St. Louis (Broglto 2-1 or.Gibson 3-0) Ft.Daytona Lauderdale Beach 18 14 *7.720-.640 2 History, however, will mean three state athletes to swimming .. CWA 000 400 0-4 31 !
Bennett 3-2) night
tackles; Richard Primo and L LEAGUE :loor competition this spring, in- SanFrancisco at Philadelphia ((Sanford 3-3) at Houston Lakeland 14 9 .609 3 nothing when the six thorough- scholarships, head coach Publix 000 012 0-3 8 1 j

Steve Burge, guards; Kim Hel- =Juding a decisive and possi- Only(Bruce games 3-1). scheduled.night St. Petersburg 14 11 11 12 .540.478 6 4S'rasota breds break from the gate and Bill Harlan announced today. Wilson and.Harris; Dykes and !

ton, center; Chris Johnson, JLLEADERS ly> prophetic (87-57) victory Philadelphia Tomorrow's at Houston,Games N Miami Tamps 8 9 16 15 .333.315 9V tVt* Hill Rise from George A. Pope Harlan's signees are Pete! Currey, Cook. *

quarterback; Brian ,Hipp and )yen perennially powerful Louis- Milwaukee at St. Louis. N Orlando Yesterdays Results 4 17 .261 11 Jr.'s El Peco Ranch of Cali- Seng of Leesburg High School,, Division II !;t
New York at San Francisco. N
Charles Smith, halfbacks; and NATIONAL LEAGUE ][ana State only last Saturday.SU's ;Pittsburgh at Los Angeles N Daytona B'ch 4, St. Petersburg 3 fornia attempts to square mat- Joe Scafuti of Jacksonville's: G'ville Gas 612 20-11 11 t
Druash, fullback. Batting 50 at bats Mays. San ]- defending outdoor cham- !Cincinnati AMERICAN: LEAGUE Lakeland Sarasota 2 7, =r5' ters with Northern Dancer from Alfred I. DuPont High School]! Smith Sinclair 000 10-1 2 }
Francisco. 468; Williams, Chicago, J98. 1 ions, who have dominated W L Pet. G.B. Fort Lauderdale 2. Tampa 0Todays the Canadian-owned : Dursde and Wester; Glaze and f i
.: _
The Purple defense will have Runs Mays San Francisco.-; almost annually Chicago 13 7.650 Games and Mark Montgomery
Clemente. Pittsburgh, 21. southern track New York 13 1.6192 St. Petersburg at Orlando Farm of. E. P. Taylor. The Gainesville School. Evans. 1
Larry Wolfe and Clayton Runs batted in Mays San Fran-ince the conference meets Cleveland 14 9 ..6092 Fort Lauderdale at Lakeland High
Cisco. 34; Stargelt, Pittsburgh. 22. Baltimore 14 10.5 3 1 Miami at Tampa Dancer beat Hill Rise by a neck Penn Chem Oil 507-14 4 }
Broyles, ends; Dan Kelly and Hits, Mays. San Francisco 44; 'were started and have 19 championships Minnesota 13 12 .520 2V* Sarasota at Daytona BeachINTERNATIONAL LEAGUE fa i the 1Y miles of the Kentucky "We are happy these outstand-, Med Students 000 140 5 6 f

David Crowder, tackles; David Clemente Doubles Pittsburgh- Clemente 42., Pittsburgh, 9; ] in 31 meets to their Los Detroit Angeles 12 10 15.4U 13 .435 4V 4V** Richmond at Buffalo, rain Derby. ing young swimmers have cho-, Perry and Wisner; Hoffm a n, (
middle guard; Warren Cardenas Cincinnati; Maye Milwaukeeand a likely Washington 12 17 .414 5V Atlanta at Rochester rain *
credit figured on as
Jolly, StargelU Pittsburgh .. were Boston 10 15..tOO 5V* Jacksonville at Syracuse rain Hill Rise, whoU be ridden by sen to come to Florida, said Morgan and Puppelo.
Ross and Sam Dieght on inside Allen Triples Philadelphia- Banks, and and Boyer Santo., St.Chicago Louis.; choice to repeat. Kansas City 10 l5..tOO 5V* Only games scheduled Willie Shoemaker, again has Harlan. "They are all exceptional Howard's TV 020 002 3 :

line backers; Joe Parker and 3- Probable Winners 1 1I been made the choice over the prospects." Fulps 400 71-12 13 '

Jimmy Long corner linebackers -13 Home; Howard runs Los-Angeles Mays 10.San Francisco. Statistics on 1964 outdoor performances Dancer with Rex- Ellsworth's All three boys will enroll at Williams, Blanton and Blood- '
and Charles Beard and Stolen bases. Wills Los Angeles. in the SEC compiled Barber Serves Notice r
and Car-
; i 10; Harper, Cincinnati,, I. I 'The Scoundrel third in the pre- Florida in September of this worth; Blackwelder De
Billie Nobles, safetymen. I Pitching Marichal. San Francisco. ay Bill Beckwith of Auburn, lis.
San Francisco and race betting line, Paul Mellon'sQuadrangle'and year.
60. 1.000; Shaw have alternately put the finger
White Offense I Gibson Strikeouts St. Louis.- Maloney 3-0. 1.000.Cincinnati: 44; an Florida Tennessee and LSUas I In Oklahoma City Golf Louis Wolfson's

The White offense will go with Marietta! San Francisco. 37. the probable winner in the Roman Brother co-fourth choice ,, ,

David Crown and Eddie Dug- Batting AMERICAN 50 at bats LEAGUE- Oliva Minnesota Irst league track test ever heldin OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A .Force jets will break the sound and Mrs. Harriet N. Ball's Big rr It seems talllhe nicestAmerica's
Pete the
ger, ends; Larry Rogers and .386. Lexington. Two weeks ago, Texas golf professional served barrier overhead, setting off outsider. rr. !r r YH:!
Dale Turlington tackles; Bil- Runs Oliva Minnesota, 25; Rollins. leaned in favor of could Derby- Preakness history of
Minnesota. 23. the indication notice to Arnold Palmer and loud booms that prove drink
lie Hanssen and Skip Perkins, Runs 26;batttd Cotavito.In -Kansas Wagner.City,Cleveland and- the Vols. Last week's report, other top pros in the $40,000 Oklahoma costly. The sonic booms are the last 16 years also favors paop1e

guards; and Billie Salter cen-. Hall and_Oliva. Minnesota 21. calculated before UT whipped City Open, which got under part of the Federal Aviation Hill Rise. Since Citation wor
Mac Williams will be at Hits Oliva. Minnesota 47; Bressoud. claimed theavorite's their the Triple Crown of the Derby, .
ter. Boston 39. the Bayou Bengals, : way with a field of 158 Agency program to learn 4riww.k. :.a.
quarterback, AI Giffen and Bil Doubles Matttews Kansas City. role for LSU.A and Preakness and Belmont Stake:
I; Bressoud. Boston. and Wert, Detroit, Thursday, that he is to be effects on people property.
lie Zetrouer at halfbacks' and 7. fabulous time of 37 secondsflat reckoned with. Defending champion Don FairField fa 1948 only two Derby winner; 1LLDDIC1

Tommy Cone, fullback. Hinton.Triples Washington.- Versalles.4. Minnesota and by the Tigers' Billy Hardin Miller Barber 33 of who tied for fourth place have repeated in the Preakness. OLD
Chunky .
The White defense will use and Home Hall,runs Minnesota- Colavito, 9. Kansas City, fa the 330intermediate hurdles an Antonio, carded a seven-un- fa the Tournament of Championstwo .They were Tim Tam in 1958 and

Al Simmons and Kent Sheppard, Stolen bases Aparlcta Baltimore plus outstanding javelin Creek weeks ago at Las Vegas, is Carry Back in 196L ORT
Cleveland. and Fregosi 65 over Quail
13; Wagner der-par
ends; Craig Learned and Shad. Los Angeles,_S. throws of 231-11% and 220.10V4by ( Club's water-soaked back this year seeking first I
Chris Gwin mid- \f Pitching Plzarro Chicago and Leonce Castagonas and :B\i- Country
burn, tackles; of $5,800.
Kline Washington. 3-0 1.000. 7,042-yard course Wednesdayfor prize money High ScoringLOUISVILLE
guard Grier and Larry Strikeouts Pen. Kansas City, ;39; dy Hamic gave LSU its edge. I HICKOK
dle ; contenders include !
Wickersham, Detroit, and Kaat Minnesota individual honors in the pro- Other strong .
Keen, inside linebackers; Steve 34. The probable outcome was figured amateur event. Mike Souchak, Art Wall Ky. (AP) ,

Tinney and Bill Dees, corner Backs SignPITISBURGH the Vols.at 57 for LSU and 50 for Tony Lema of San Leandro, Jr., Tommy Jacobs, Bruce Dev The combined recent efforts of Most Magnificent Bourbon : 1

linebackers; and Jim'ulpep- Calif., finished second to Bar- lin, Al Besselink and Bruce two Kentucky high school basketball {

per and Mike Oyenarte, safety (AP) The Tennessee in which the figures conference tobe ber with a 66. Crampton. Other big money win- players equal a good f:: : :.m' 10" 7 Z:1'y: i'j: : ;j

men. announced stronger There are nine amateurs in ners entered include Dave Marr, total for any professional team. %: .:..,. -. ..:. years: .lihtJ .... :'.:.:. < .
Pittsburgh Steelers meet than in dual competit ion : ', 1. rtt ., ,:- .*' '., O<,,,'->> : '.. ..:,.i.. ;:
defensive backs Jim the the 72-hole competition. Gay Brewer Jr., Lionel Hebert, Leonard Poole of Breckenridge .g.r-l.\.:.,.<..:.....;'.: :". r > + > :: : .o: .'. .:.m*> '
Wednesday due to rules allowing entryof 1
Bradshaw and Dick Haley have up to five mei11n'each event, Loud BoomsA Johnny Pott, Bob Rosburg, Tom- County scored 72 points in one t : :10" 'vearsme1to1AflLj4 .

Former PGA champion Lionel signed contracts for the 1964 I will be counting on a host of windy, dry and warm day my Aaron, Jay Hebert, Ray game and 'Rich Hendrick' of : : IZItGz i

Hebert is the younger bro National Football League sea good boys to help annex its first was forecast. Players carried Floyd, Kel Nagle andBob, Goal- Bristow High got 65 fa another. EMS GU!TU1KI ISU12C3:ttHfflU:tf flSflf*OJ slur SiSIUUi GIL tt&XI f
ther of Hebert, also a forfeer.PGA -a
Jay SEC outdoor title. cards listing the Times Air by.
winner. son.

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MIKE RATHET 23 when he set the Cincinnati and Jesus Alou's smgle. That drove in two more runs with a Dick Donovan, who had to

ue Associated Press Sports Writer Reds down without a hit but made the bad hop hits original sacrifice fly and a _double. Fisher leave after he was hit by a .

s 1 1I' Ken Johnson has given everyone lost 1-0 on two errors in the ly ruled errors by the official pitched shutout ball for seven pitch in the third inning, and 1ffo \ :

; ) Y the no-hit Willies again, including ninth inning. This time, John- scorer-decisive. innings but needed Larry Bearnarth's Sonny Siebert combined to limit
working the Red Sox to two hits in the -
i Mays. son was leading 1-0 and "Sure, I wanted'to finish it," relief help in the eighth.

Johnson, the hard-luck Hous- on a perfect game.So said Johnson after the game. rain-shortened game at Cleve

ton right-bander who hadn't won Dave Nicholson hit a three- land.
perfect, in fact, that Willie "But I really didn't mind coming run homer and Pete Ward drove Barry Latman pitched a seven
in a month despite pitching hadn't hit the ball fair in I .. .
1 1f no-hitter, found the ball bounc- Mays two trips to the plate, fouling out. I'd put a lot into those in two runs with a double for hitter for the Angels in the % 4- .....
pitches. You have to againstthis
f ing his for a change the White Sox while Juan Pi/ar- opener and Lee Thomas and
way out and striking out. Then in
Wednesday night and wound up the seventh Jesus Alou club. Those first six innings ro held the Twins to four hits. Jim Fregosi each hit a homer .... .

the winner as the Colts made smacked Johnson's, first pitch i.were as" good as I've ever Pizarro, now 3-0, held the American and drove in three runs. In the( .

the most of two bad-hop hits in for a double and Matty Alou pitched. League's leading hitter, nightcap Orlando Pena and'I ...
Jesse Gonder's homer in the Tony Oliva hitless in four John collaborated on
a 2-1 victory over National followed with a single-bringing trips, Wyatt afourhitter
M ._ League leading San Francisco.For first inning got the Mets off to lowering his average to .423 but for the A's while Doc

KEN JOHNSON six innings, Johnson was up Mays. an early lead over the Braves lost his shutout when Bob Alli Edwards and Ed Charles drovein

: t_ Finally Wins even better than he was April Hit Grounder and winning pitcher Jack: Fisher! son homered in the ninth. i the runs off Bo Belinsky.

however couldn't get it
Mays, :
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t J : either hitting a grounder as ,

i Jesus Alou was trapped in a t

Il rundown third. Johnson between then second got out and of Mays: Acknowledged KingOf .' t tI I

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Night Game I Night Game breaks in the bottom of the in

?-EW YORK ebrhbi DETROIT abrhbi CHICAGO abrhbi. MINNESOTA abrhb: ning. Center Fielders I
tlnz ts 3010 Wert 3b 3000 H'shb'ger cf 41 2 0 Versa lies ss 4 0 0 a Today v Ii
Rlch'dson 2b 31 1 0 Lwnpe 2b 3001 Weis 2b 4010 Rollins 3b 2001 o: With two out, a shot by Bob }i
Copez If 2000 Demeter cf 3 0 0 0 Robinson rf 3 2 2 0 Oliva rf 4001 I
toward C 3010 Cash Ib 2 1 1 0 Hansen ss 4100 Hall cf 4001 aWard Aspromonte ricocheted past I i
Tresh cf 2011 Freehan c 2 0 1 0 3b 4022 Allison If All 1 By JOE REICHLERNEW to become baseball's !
first .400 with and he makes it
Pepitone Ib 3000 Horton If 2 0 1 0 Nicholson If 31 1 Mincher Ib 4021 a: First baseman Orlando Cepeda power. !
Gonzalez rf 3 01 0 Thomas rf 2 0 0 0 Cun'ham Ib 2000 Allen 2b 10 0 0 for a double and Rusty Staub YORK (AP) Willie hitter in 23 years but has an look easy. There was never a I
o Zim'rman 301 a I
ss 2 0 0 0 McCraw Ib 2000 c
; Boyer Ford p 3b 2010 1000 Aguirre p 2000Totals Carreon c 4000 Stlgman p 2 0 0 0: sent him to third by lining a Mays has.wiped out all remaining outside chance to surpass the player who made it look.easierthan II I

f I. mil.....Totals......... 11130 000-1 Pizarro p 3000 o aGoryl Dalley p 1008 0 0 0 0 drive that skipped past short- doubt concerning his place home run records of Babe Ruth, DiMaggio. I
....... IDO
' ''I. New Detroit York....................... 000 011-1 Totals Grounded 33555 out for Totals Stigman 321 In 8th 4 1 stop Jose Pagan. Ron Herbel among the all-time baseball and Roger Maris.Septuagenarian "Mantle belongs with those I II

"E-Horton. New York 18-4. De- Chicago .....:........... 200 000 030-J i came on in relief of Bob Hend greats. He is the acknowledged I fellows, too. He might even be : II I
troit S-Uopez.187. LOB Ford.-N York 6. Detroit 2. Minnesota ............... 000 000 001-1 ley at this point and proceeded king: of center fielders today. Casey Sten better than Mays if he could I I
ER BB SO E-Hansen 2. Carreon. PO-A Chicago gel, who has seen all the great II I
|IP H R There is hardly a dissentingvoice. '
Ford ........... t 3 J J 0 f 27-4 Minnesota 27-12. DP-Rollins. Allen:. to wild-pitch the decisive run center fielders of the last 50 keep from getting hurt. I would
Aaulrrt ......-.. 6 Treshi. 0 and Mincher.. LOB-Chicago 5. Minnesota across. like to have seen how far Man-I' I
HBP-By Aguirre ( WP-Ford. o.2B Even the diehards the years, speaks of Mays in the
U-Runge. Smith Kinnamon. HonochicXTU23. -Ward. HR-Nicholson. Allison. SB- Johnson left in the eighth, but among tle could go without those in
breath with '
Robinson.IP same Tris
Hershberger. Speakerand
A-12.017. veteran coterie "
always to
H R ER BB SO: eventually wound with his loyal juries.
Pizarro. W. 3-0... t A I 1 2 7 their Joe DiMaggio."I .
I contemporaries that
First Came I Stigman. L. 0.3... 8 0 5 5 3 7 first victory since April 18. agree Frankie Frisch a staunch defender I Person.AtT.Person I
-KANSAS CITY abrhbl LOS ANGELES abrhbl Dailey.WP-Plzarro........Stlgman.. 1 0 U-Paparella.0 0 1 C: the San Francisco Special rates had Mickey Mantle;" said of the past,. said he I to i

Causey ss 5020 Simpson 3b cf 3122 3200 Drummond Umont. DImuro. T 2b.23. Light Single high among the all-time great Stengel "but I've got to say found it difficult to choose between -I
2 0 0 0 Moran
Mathews cf I
Charles 3b 4 a2OThonnoasrf 4 1 2 3 8,680. And Mays, faced with his first center fielders. who is better than Mays today? DiMaggio and. Mays for I
Gentile Ib 5133 BOSTON CLEVELAND hitless performance since the This was put into greater focus -
Colavito rf 3000 Rodgers c 4 p 0 0 abrhbi abrhbi top rating among the center
i If 4000 Satriano Klrkpatr-k Ib If 4 4120LauT 0 0 0 Mantilla 3b 3 0 0 Howser ss 3210 third game of the season, eventually I by Mays' tremendous getaway "Next to DiMaggio and Speaker fielders. I
3020 4120Monfgudo Bressoud ss 2010 Brown 2b 3000 wound with his this Mays has got to be the best Want Ads
Green 2b 4000 Le man Y'trze'skl cf 1 0 0 0 Wagner If 3011 up season, a scorching "I can't make a choice be-

Handrah'n p p 0 1000 0 0 0 p 4211 Stuart Conigllaro Ib If ZOO 200 0 Whitfield Francona Ib rf 3021 2 1 0 0 hit in four trips, singling off Hal! start that promises to bring center fielder and I've seen tween them," he said. "DiMag!

.I aBryan 1000 Jones 2b 2000 Azcue c 3000 Woodeshick in the ninth. That new and greater honors to the some 15 good ones. Fellows like gio could do everything. So can
Bowsfield 1 0 0 0
S, p 1 1 7.0I Totals, 3S ,12 Clinton Tillman rf c 2000 2010 Held Alvis cf 3b 3010 3000 extended his hitting streak to 20 player who has been the heartbeat Edd Roush Max Carey Terry Mays. Joe had that somethingextra. I

-a-Struck out 32 for Handrahan In 5th. Morehead aWllliams p 1 1000 0 0 0 Siebert Donovan p p 0000 2010 games, although his batting average of the Giants through Moore, Happy Felsch and Jigger So does Mays. I'd break
-Singled for Bowsfield In Vth. Earley 0000 10 points to .468. brilliant Statz.
p dropped seasons. I
neck to have either
Kansas city........ ooo ooo 000-4 Totals 18 0 2 8 Totals 2532 my one on
I Los Angola .............. 0700000i a-Grounded Into double play for More- Only one other National Outside ChanceAt r "Mays has a chance to wind my team. I

athews. pO-A-Kansas City 2U. head In 6th. League game was played, the his current pace, Willie, up with DiMaggio and Speaker. Hubbell also called it J
Les Angeles 27-7. DP-Knoop, Fregosi Boston ....................... 000 oooClovoland a photo i
t and Satriano 2. LOB-Kansas City 10. ........ ............ 100 no-3 New York Mets defeating Milwaukee ever the spectacular fielder and He's got all the points. He can finish between DiMaggio and' I
j I
i Lbs"2B-Lau.Angeles Moran.9. HR-Fregosl. Thomas. E-Jones. Mantilla. PO-A Boston 117.I I 52. Three games were base runner, threatens not only field, throw, run, hit and hit Mays. I
Cleveland 18-11. called after < innings- I
Se-FregosL rained out-Los Angeles at Chicago I
A 5 5 3 0 rain. DP Howser Brown and Whit. II I
L. 0.312.3
I ndrahan Monteagudo. ..... 2 1.3 2 2 2 1 1 field 2, Bressoud Jones and Stuart. LOB St. Louis at Philadelphiaand l
j Bcwsfield ...... 4 2 2 3 0I. Boston 1. Cleveland 7. 1 I
2B Whitfield. SB-Howser. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.In f
Latman. W. 2-1 ...9 7 a 0 5 A
IP H R ER 8B SO lUll'
:: JJ-Rice, Stewart. Stevens Napp. T- Morehead L. 1-3 5 A 3 2 2 A American League action, JIM
2,36. Earley..... .....1 2 a a a 1
I. Donovan ........3 I' 0 a 1 the Chicago White Sox whipped 1 f,....
Second Game ... I '
1-0 1 I
Siebert. W. .3 0 0 I 3 i
KANSAS CITY LOS ANGELES HBP By Morehead (Donovan). WP- Minnesota 5-1, Cleveland defeated i
T ts a b 5110 r h bl Simpson dab 3000 r h bleCausey Soar.Siebert.T138.U-Salerno AUSI.Fl.osll, Valentine.. McKinley Boston 3-0 in a game heldto -2' IS PART OF THE SCENE WITH !

Mathews cf 5010 Moran 3 b 4000 six innings by rain and in awinighter
Charles 3b 3011 Fregosl s* 4 0 1 0 PEOPLE WHO HAVE A TASTE
Colavito rf 3000 Thomas rf 4010 the Los Angeles An- u1 !

Gentile If Ib 4000 3120 Satriano Rodgers c Ib 4010A4uUc 3000 Grid gels won the opener from Kan- FOR GOOD LIVING IN 't lines I

\ Tartabull If 0000 KlrtcpatrMc If 2 0 1 0 sas City !9-0) before the A's took 1IIlS
Edwards C 4021 Knoop 2b 3000 \r\:
Williams 2b 3020 Bellnsky p 1000 the nightcap 20.Locked.
Pena p 4 0 0 0 D. Lee p 0000 Team Opens .
Wyatt.. P 0000 bSmlth Pearson 0000 0000 M IiQIDLCS1l p111m1 FLORIDA ;I

Oslnskl p 0000 The New York Yankees and
cDees 1000
I Chance p 0000 Against FSU Detroit were locked in a 1-1 tie
Totals 34 2 0 2 Totals 2904 fl
-.Walked for D. Lee In !
yl 1
In 6thGrounded out for
Sot Pearson
Oinskl In 8th. Florida's1"freshman"foot ball their game., Baltimore F '
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Kansas City .. 01' Oto 000-2 and Washington also were I (Ells(( iiAIGIIS i .
Angeles ...inirtMMtL05 ,__...... MO OM 0900E team will open jts_1964 scheduleat I washed nut.Johnson ; Ua walr0h I! t

-Moran. PO-A-Kansas City 27-12 home against FSU, Oct. 24, I rf
Los Angeles 277. DP-Knoop and Satri had nursed a 1-0 lead : t
ano: Satrlano. Fregesl and Belinsky; Wile Gator Athletic Director Ray
liaVns,<>"Causey and Gentile 2. LOB-KansAXIty since Rusty Staub's homer put uf..,yy N

i 1&-.-Edwards 11. Los, Fregosl.Angeles SB S.-Charles Graves announced today. the Colts in front in the fourth t

IP H R ER B. SO The Baby Gators will play inning. But he tired in the eighth
I ""eft..c W. 4-J ..,. 8 3 a 03 I
Wyatt- .. ..... 1 1 0 0 0 1eelim1cy. four games two at home and when the Giants scored on a I

D, Lee .,.U 1.2... 5 1 8 0 2 2 0 3 0 4 1 two on the road. In addition to pinch-hit double by Duke Snider IS not lanm mew BCC&QI wan: DBTUH m um n K JAMES t. BEAM OSTWIS eo., cumm, ram n. ,:
: I
Ounrtr :::::::::.2 1 0 2 1 FSU, Coach Dave Fuller's team
Cbance .. 0jfrFaced 0 0 1 1 I
1 man fin 9th.I will face Auburn's Baby Tigersin ---I
.Yo'f..rBellnsky. U-Stewart. Stevens. 41
I r Gainesville, Nov. 14. I ,
The Baby Gators face Miami I

: there on Oct. 30 in the annual i

Kiwanis Charity Game and I
: (
J meet Georgia in Athens, Nov. 6. CHEVROLET .I!

SAN FRANCISCO HOUSTON Complete 1964 Baby Gatorfootball days 1
ab r II 2b1 ab r" bI I
i i .Lou rf A a Kasko u 4011 0 schedule:
MAlou If 301 0 Fox 2b 4011 0
cPeterVn If 1000 Spangler If 4011 0 Saturday, Oct. 24 FSU i ii
Mays cf 4010 Bond rf 3001C2peda a Gainesville
Ib 3000 Wynn cf 3001 2 p.m., Friday Oct.
Hart 3D 4000 Aspro'te 3b 3 1 1 0 30-Miami in Miami 8
r ,
Hlller 2b 3000 Staub Ib 3121 p.m.; makes all of trucks r
Dtvenp't IS 0000 Bateman c 2011 I Friday, Nov. Georgia in Ath types quality
Pegan is 2000 Johnson p 3 0 0 a
Snider 1110 Woodesh'k p 0 0 0 0: ens, 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 1' ,

Handler Crandall p c 2000KUrbel 3000 -Auburn in Gainesville, 2 p.mPlummer's ... '. ,

p 0000 .. .' .. .f ... .
btfcCovey 1000 kldeabB.i. 'BA ,., .
zulAdlP .
Pierce p 0000 .. ,. .
Totals :31 I S 1 Totals 2t 2 71 rs + ". .... .
ft-Doubled for Pagan InJth; b-Filed I -
out for Herbel In Ith; Grounded: out t
for M. Alou In em.

Sap Francisco ... ...... 000 000 01 0-1 Wins Game --
Houston ... ..... ... .. 000 on iex-a
E-Pagan. PO-A-San Francisco 24-10 a r
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Houston 27.14 DP-Hendley. Miller, Ce Plummer's Barbers 5 .
pedal Hart Pagan. Cepeda; Staub Kako. $- nudged gel b .e -
Staub. LOB-San Francisco 4. Houston Duval Shoe shop 6-5 and Russell's -
4. $
2 pJ. Alou. Snider.' HRStaub.IP Barbers downed L i ncoln
Hendley.! U 2o.2J 5 2 1 0 3 Estates 16-11 last night in Com- :
Herbel ... 1-3 a 0 0 I 0 r
Pierce .1 0 0 0 0 flJohnson. munity League softball gamesat I
W. 3-3 .. 7234 1 1 1 3 Lincoln Field. A I Ii Ii
Woodvsnick 1131 0 0 0 1
WP-Herbel. 'U-Weyer. Conlan. Har. Willie Lewis led Plummer'sover
ve-, Vtruon. T-2:05. A-11.914. 4-.t' r '?l r..N //f, 3
Duval with two hits. It rr X< i i't
MILWAUKEE Each additional
abfcrbi abrhbl was the first setback: for Du- q 5t s
Maye cf 5020 McMillan ss 3011 val. Robert Wlmo and J oh group of five"words--- --
Mathews 3b 3 0 0 0 Hunt 2t 4100 nny s
Aaron rf 4010 Gonder c 4121 Wilson had two hits each for no. only $.75. 1:
forre Ib 4010 Thomas If 3010 ,
Bailey e 5010 ChrTpher rf 0 0 0 0 the losers. ..ii I 1i i
Carty If 4000 Elliot rf 3010
Boning 2b All 0 Smith If 0000 Frank Clifton and Mack f1
AAenke ss 4121 Karehl cf 4121
Cloninger p 2 0 1 0 Harkness Ib 2 1 1 0 Jones had three hits each for .
Hwft p 0000 Samuel 3b 4000 I Russell's .. "--_.
did --c---
KU kro p 0000 Fisher p 2112 as Joe Hendrixand :: : .j
Smith p 0000 Bearnarth p 1 0 0 0 Titus Harper for Lincoln 'i 0'I .., -t ys+ #. .
Gabr'ison 1010 I Ii
Totals 34 2 11 2 Totals 32 S t s Estates.
a-Singled for Hoeft In thj b-Singled,
fry J. Smith In 8th._ I Tomorrow's games will send.
Mitwaoko ............. 000 000 020--2 1 11 : 1 1 .
Now York .............. 111 200 Iflx-5' Community Spotlites against

6-None. PO-A Milwaukee 24-7. New I Duncan Brothers at 7:15 while I .0. 1 I I.0 S M / erson-to-person is a special flat 'I
York JM2OP McMillan. Hunt and Sunland Training Center takeson "
Harkness; McMillan and Harkness. LOB

t Milwaukee 79[ Bailey.13. Fisher.New York McMillan.*. Boll- Bartley Temple at 9.Plummer's I S. / 111 /1 0 it/ 111 norge service for non-commercial 1

Ing* Menke. 3B Kanehl. HRConder.SsiHarkness. .'
SF Fisher. : 103 002 0-6 7 1 1 11 1 0. / / .0. / sers selling merchandise -
1 0 priced at
Clinger u U 2-2 .. 42-374432 IP R BB SO Duval Shoes 201 000 2-S 6 ::

Hoeft ........... 13 0 0 0 0 0 .
J. mlth ..........2 2 1 1 2 0 A. Johnson and Lewis; Wilson S / 111 1 or less with the selling price:
Niokro 1 0 0 o 0 0 and Jones.
Flitter W. 11 72-2 t 2 2 4 4
BearnarthHBP 11-320000 9 0 1 95 CorvanJ ated in the ad. A low, flat charge
: -By Fisher Carty. Torre. U-, Russell's 207 011 6-16 17 ,

Vargo T-) :35. Forman.A-4477. JsckewskV Crawford Lincoln Es. 203 020 4-11 13 all you pay. no additional cost R Ij?

t: Henry and Jones Russell .
; ,
or ads that require ten days. .
George and
Gators Sign George, Harper.
o refunds for ads that bring/ ,
golfer 1
Toale Harness Track ,
uicker, action. V::

university of Florida has sign- Sets Record QtlAUTY TRUCKS pT lf$$ = I

edMike: Toale of Bradenton to _

a golf scholarship, Gator Ath- WESTBURY, N.Y. (APForthe Call 372-8441 is

letic Director Ray Graves announced first time, a harness racing
Check the truck deals
TNT at Chevrolet dealer's
today. track h averaged more than now your {

Toale 5 of Manatee High $2,000,000 in daily betting. ..........................................................................................................................,.... ASK FOR CLASSIFIEDw .

School, was signed by Florida Roosevelt Raceway announced

golf coach Buster Bishop and is after the close of its 72-night UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO: -

th( third scholarship memberof total mutuel handle was

the 196t- 5 Baby Gator golf $144,027,355 for an average of 1515 N. MAIN ST. (taTngzMI1i .ttiti

teajn. Others signed are Starke's 2227707. Total attendance was PHONE 376-7581 ,

Harold Bishop and David Govus 1,743,206 for an average '' For Correct Time Dial FR 2-1411 .
of Atlanta Ga. 24,211.
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4.-4- Thursday, May 14,1964 Gainesville Sun _.



I e'f:..:. 7///6////00K.1ou&clESr 6H01"- JtSPtGIAL.LY Hustling Don Hoak Cut AT THE VARIETY BIG STORE'S RCA::

1 AND QUIRe5rtHA1"" YOU By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for[ the Phillies. He had been International
I NIT V YNARp. ALSO I League, and will more this season. I j 1 1 !
i THE 8AL-l.- SHOULD 6e : Two' years ago Don Hoak used only as a pinch hitter this serve his first term in the mi- Cimoli, who has been out mostof 1 1vY
If vowN 5W6pr UPON.AWAY, Not' NIT I'I'I dressed slowly in the Pittsburgh season and had failed to collecta nors. McCormick a bonus baby the season with an injured

I} AIM RIGHt clubhouse, the only player still base hit in four tries. signed by the San Francisco knee, had a lifetime batting average I
I -1 PLAY BALLfJLlGH1'L ; remaining. A messenger came McCormick was optioned by Giants, was (0-2 with a 5.19 of .268. The 34-year-old COMPARE RCA VICTORMw11'sta.TELEVISION
r \ >' in and told Hoak that his wife, the Orioles to Rochester of the: earned-run average or Balti outfielder was O-for-9 this year.

''l -rVRN FORWARD HANv. j1 singer Jill Corey was waitingfor -' r.T .
'MGHt6YTo him outside."I "
Built To Perform Better Last
KIGH-r 011j hate to have her wait in LbngerSYLVANIA 4x
Gill ANP i the rain," said Hoak, "but the C
J \ !7qVAR$ guys who hustle in and out of : '-. I
the Compact Contemporary ---- '
clubhouse = -
usually wind. up -- i
s+i fr It consoletta at a surprisingly' I
hustling themselves out of base- e I
low price. Fits almost any I as I
I ball. 'where Features super f;Tbaa R
Hoak, however, may have .. powerful New Vista VHF DureTry '
I -iy & come to the end of the line any- Tuner that pulls in even I yadwlq 'I'
t'I many hard-to-get stations Kc.Ir
p (way. I transformer-powered :
Age-and a rookie third base- 22.50O-vot! chassis (design -_ i
I average). ;
i'h man named Richie Allenprobably !

have ended his 11-year ma- I FREE DEMONSTRATION rM No t jor league career despite the N \ Black de 3e G29 M
yie on and White Color
self-imposed conservation program ( I ,tl / f1. "I'.rIt1 or Stereo. zaz w,In ptetur. !I
t in which he was going to *21995 {
1 1C f
y '. W
store his hustle < ,.. 'N' .. .
game time ....... '.. 'J. '. v 1
4tR1k8ril>;'BACK OF'118AZt.{ ; !7OJ'PJ..Y' and thus prolong his career. I
I J3RJNGIN& -THE_ I&Hl" 5HOUL-DeR .weL-L- UNDER. Hoak was one of three players ;
.'1'1.\160.GREATlS -reNV'etJGY -TO HH GROUND .. ;! UP
J'. -8ei-tINrJ THE &AU.. -WHICH l& WHY A 5WEEPINGf [ cut by Philadelphia Wednes- ""' "'. SAVE $200 %
f : lpr/0N l5 I N C. S5ARY. day in order to get down to the TO
lIe -- _
'4 :: mandatory 25-man player limit r
by the midnight deadline.

Auburn Outs : 23 PlayersIn on RCA VICTOR

f lugs all 23 players from 13 clubs .;. .i
were involved in the lastminute COLOR
shuffling by the major ---=
Ole Miss 10-9 i league clubs. Seven teams al-
I I ready had reached the limit. TV -i

Among the other veterans cut 0 Y8
. 1
. i AUBURN, Ala. The Auburn Auburn third baseman and lead- were Baltimore pitcher Mike 0
Tigers defending Southeastern ing hitter with a .385 mark, had McCormick, outfielder Gene Ask About
i Conference:baseball champions, two doubles and a single and Cimoli of the Kansas City Ath- to See
outslugged Mississippi 10-9 yes- drove in four runs for the win- !etics, Boston outfielder Gary Free Eger BefoflJJ
terday to win the first game of ners. Geiger and Cincinnati pitcher Al r@

their playoff series. The only two players in the Worthington.The Home

The two teams will meet conference batting .400 both be- Phillies trimmed two oth- Demonstration -
again tomorrow at Oxford. If a long to Ole Miss, and both in I sr players off their roster by
third game is necessary, it will creased their averages. Short- :selling relief specialist Ryne
be played Saturday on the'Reb- Don Kessinger got three Duren to Cincinnati for more ...BUILT TO LAST LONGER by SYLVANIASYlVAMA'S
, els field. for five and center fielder Glen :han the $20,000 waiver
1 price Dynamic America series console TV designed for those
i' Auburn pounded Ole Miss Lusk went"two for four. Each and sending pitcher John Boozer with a taste for elegance and sense of true all-around value. Smart. $19900
ace Richard Prine, 9-0 before went into the game batting an jo Arkansas of the Pacific Coast crisp Contemporary styling with a list of Quality high-performance fea-
tures that includes Deluxe Power Stream Chassis. 23* Bonded Picture
r, yesterday, for four runs,in the even League. Tube with 277 square inches of viewing area. Super Distance Tuner.
first inning. The Tigers' ace, The partisan Auburn crowdof Hoak came up to the majorsin Power Transformer Horizontal Linearity Circuits. Out front Sound. Wkt4G :
Jimmy Crysel, 7-0 to date, will some 3,000 saw 10 extra base 1954 with the then Brooklyn Pre-set Volume Control. UHF .Convertibility and a host of others that *
hits insures the finest m TV viewing.
I. pitch tomorrow. including seven doubles, Dodgers and saw service with

.i k Hard-hitting Jimmy Barfield, Ole first two Miss.triples baseman and Tommy a home Keyes run by of before the Chicago landing Cubs at and Pittsburgh Cincinnati in Open Friday 'Til 9 p.m. Easy Term Bank Financing Available i

Ole Miss 011 002 302- 13 1 time to help the Pirates win the

Gymkhana Auburn 400 202 02x-10 14 2 National League pennant in

Prine, Jones (4)), Peresich ((6)) 1960.He y
Set HereOn and Burgalowski; Shackleford, hit .282 for the Pirates that TECH TV
Sharpe (7)), Lewter (9)) year, with 16 homers and 79
Doles. runs batted in.
SundayThe Hit .231 '

f Gator Nine Hoak, now 36, was traded to COLOR TV HEADQUARTERS Makes i J E -'
Gainesville Sports Car Philadelphia at the end of the
122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone FR 2-0433
like !
Club will present a driving Gymkhana 1962 season, and last year hit magic

Sunday at the parking lot Gets Back 1 .231 with six homers and 24 RBI ..; REFRIGERATOR-
adjacent to Belk-Lindsey in the FREEZER
Gainesville Shopping center. 1 ui
N4N'HN.4I.You've TmJ
.nWwxx. L
Bill Grizzell club president, In ActionFlorida __
said a drivers' meeting is set
I for 11 a.m. Registration will returns to baseball ac-

take place from 11:30 a.m. to Lion at 3 p.m. tomorrow with a .
12:30 p.m. single game against Rollins at
The entrants will compete in Perry Field then goes to Winter
a low speed test of driving skill P ark for a Saturday twinbill A b.uJJ1T.
1 which includes touring a rugged with the Tars.

l course involving first gear Coach Dave Fuller's Gators,

speed, braking, turning, parking now 16-8 for the season, have
etc. Points will be awarded 10 games remaining on their
for various phases of the 1964 schedule, evenly divided N $268

test.. Trophies will be presentedto between home and road. Model EJCM2FM .
'winners. In addition to Rollins, Flori- with acceptable trade

Persons who are not membersof da's remaining home games are At this price you can hardly afford to be without .
the club may compete, also. against Jacksonville University just met IceMagic automatic ice maker. Replaces every cube
The event is expected to run (May 20)) and FSU (May 29-30)). .. -.-- you use automatically! Also features: 2.9 cu. ft.
until 4:30 or 5 p.m. Sunday. On the road, Florida faces these I Plymouth's Barracuda "zero-degree" freezer.Vegetable crisper And there's ;
The club discussed final plans same clubs.Florida's. : 122 cu. ft. of refrigerated space in all! ,
for the Gymkhana at a meetinglast leading hitter continues :
night at Guaranty Federal to be first baseman Tom the nifty new fastback .

building. The constitutionwas Shannon, who has nudged above
amended to provide familymembership the .300 level overall and standsat that seats 5 and costs
husband and wife, ,.351 in Southeastern Confer- ,
with each membership fee ence play. *' "'-'"
of the less than $2.500.And .
and sound film
A color Other top Gator hitters are .
Volkswagen plant was shown. catcher Dave Porter, second

baseman Earl Montgomery and
Herman Barron, pro at FenI outfielders Jim Duncan and Bill Fapo Model A-100
way Golf Club, White Plains, Blomgren. AutomaticWASHER
N. Y., won the 1934 PhiladelphiaOpen '''Senior Charlie Anderson of
and in 1963 he won the Jacksonville is the top Gator r ::
PGA Seniors title and the world hurler with an overall record
Seniors crown in England. of 4-1, and an ERA of 0.49. get this: ONLY $17995.


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18 GolnesviUoSun 'Thursday. May 14. IS.IJIJ .

; $Speck Bream Fishing Show Big Jumps in .\ \Ar&! \

:- "I love any discourse of rivers and fish, and fishing." v have been taken in the past week. Some of the better Spanish mackerel fishing fair; gray trout fishing 'fair;

.-. (Compleat Angler, Izaak Walton) catches were Bob Strickland's (Melrose) 3 limits in three speckled trout fishing good (on ,the flats); grouper fishingfair
-- GENERAL days, and L. R. Griffin and son's 12 bass that averaged 7 ; and sea bass fishing fair.SUWANNEE.

Area fresh ,water fishing slowly picked up during the past stream to 8 pounds. These were taken on live shiners from the RIVER
week. Speck and bream fishing showed the biggest jumps grass beds.. Also some nice catches were made on plastic The tarpon are in- see J. M. Fields' Report for det ils.-.

with bass .fishing slowly inching up. Salt water fishing, de- r 4 ygF1' worms. ATLANTIC OCEAN .
spite the absence of high winds, didn't show the expected Bream fishing fair to good. Verlon Cox and partner (Gaines- ST.AUGUSTINE
Q' %
gains. Sai ville) caught 53 bream using bugs at night. St. Augustine Marina
Offshore fishing is slow. Inshore (river) fishing is good ,
C AREA REPORT Res ev 111111 avr 4 Shipman's Fish Camp .
,j:: J. l\I. FIELDS' REPORT 4 r% GlSenilLStokes Speck fishing fair to good. Specks appear to be movingto 35-POUNDER!
/'::L Word comes from 'Duke'Truby that the tarpon are in at -0q deeper water. Best spot now is the brush piles.
Yes, that's right, releases 35-pounder. Unfortunately; it
,ri tithe mouth of the Suwannee River. Tuesday Duke and Chris Bass fishing good. Several nice catches of bass up to 9% wasn't a bass. or even a fish, but an alligator. For ,the

.--;JSimmons boated a Impound silver king. It's vital statistics ,pounds were taken in the last few days. Best baits are the bass fishermen who would like to practice on a big"one"-

were length.64.inches_ ;and girth, .39. inches., Last Saturday ..ar, ,T :_s.a coq? .,gti'R. y' ,rr.' .{ y.? "a :+a. black plastic worm and live shiners., you know what I mean, test your line, ).our'rod and' reel,
Duke and Roy Perkins lost a nice one (around a hundred wM..v way you your quarry you might try a gator
pounds) there. scrappy panfish has been very light. Those that have fished' off the docks. sometime.For .

.. Last week's winners in Fields' fishing contest were McHenry for them have usually been well rewarded. THE TACKLE BOX REPORT you inveterate bass fishermen, I offer the following:

.' ; Brown the-bass division ((10%), Dean Niederlson in the ORANGE LAKE Bass photographed at the Tackle Box during the past best spot, southeast end of Newnan's Lake; and best bait

,'":'speck division ((2 pounds), and Bruce Leland in the bream Paradise Cove Fish Camp week were Jerry Philman's 6% pounder (Rapala, Newnans top-water Devil's Horse. By the way, my rig ((3% foot solid,

.- -' division ((1 pound). Speck fishing fair. Fishing pressure has been light. Bass Lake, 5-6)), 'Billy Hertel's nice string of 8 (largest went 91i) glass rod and Zebco Lure Cast casting reel with Revelation

Fields' still has Petty's 18-pound bass on display. fishing good. Some nice strings of good-size (up to 7 pounds) (top-water Paw Paw, Newnans Lake, 5-6)), Roland Hanney's 20-pound test camouflage line) field-tested out quite satis

LAKE GEORGE bass have been .taken. Best baits have been Jim Pheffer 10-pound, 7 ouncer (blue worm, Newnans Lake, 5-6)), Ed factorily. .

Shellcracker and blue gill fishing excellent. top-waters, plastic worms,. and Johnson Spoons rigged witha Young and Perry Kirkland's nice string of 16 bass (largest A staff photographer (Tommy Lewis) just happened to-be

LOCHLOOSA LAKE plastic worm or pork rind. _Best spot is the grass beds., went 95)) (Ole Jim's blue worm, Newnans Lake, 5-7)), and along and through his help, I still have a tooth-rnarSed
'- Lochloosa Springs Fish Camp Bream.fishing fair. Fishing pressure has also been light. Mr. Scofield's 934 pounder (Waters Pond (Gilchrist Co.), Devil's Horse. Oh, I forgot to give the color of theT5evirs

.-' Speck fishing good. Fishing pressure has been light. Bass Thomas Fishing Resort 5-7)). Horse; it was 109.
.'fishing is an unknown quantity. No one is trying for them. Speck fishing good. Several limits have been taken in Last month's contest winner was Robert Fowler with his A picture doesn't accompany this graf because the photog--

.\In general, the lake has been rough the last few days and recent days. The specks are now.in deep water. 11 pounder. This month's leader is Roland Haney with a rapher was caught with his camera down (rather out of film).

.' '. this has cut down on the fishing pressure. Bass fishing good. Bass activity is picking. up. Best baits 10-pound, 7-ounce fish.UNIVERSAL. So you'll have to take my (or both our) word.
NEWNANSLAKEMcGilvray's are the Rapala and black eel. WELDING CO. REPORT Incidentally, I didn't catch any bass but that's alright;
Fish Camp Bream fishing good. Several limits have been taken in the Shellcracker and bluegill fishing are excellent on Lake I was only field-testing my rig for the big one to come.

Speck fishing good to excellent. The last few days have last few days. Best spot is the bonnets. Best bait is red George. The legally minded may rest assured that Florida law

'. produced several limit catches. Best spot is the channel. night crawlers. GULF OF MEXICO does not prohibit fishermen from catching alligators but

Bass fishing poor. In general, only yearlings have been SANTA FE LAKE CEDAR KEY only keeping them. I released him (or her) you know
taken since last Thursday. During this period plastic worms Barnhill's Fish Camp By and large, the fishing both inshore and offshore has whom I mean, the gator to be caught again another day

have been the best lures. Speck fishing fair. The fishing pressure on specks has been below par during the past week despite good weather. by another ardent (erh, rather, addict) bass fisherman.

_.. Bream fishing fair to good. The fishing pressure on these been light recently. Bass fishing good. Several limits of bass Some of the details are: King fish fishing picking up slightly; TAKE A BOY FISHING!


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( H,. Treat For

Early RisersBy

GLENN STOKESSun I It lasts longer on cool
y :vlII cloud-I
Outdoor Editor ing mornings,. but
\, .! w:.o.os 9. co chorus sudsides as the run rises
Slug-a-beds who never g a i n above the horizon.

consciousness until barely in

time to make it to shop or office Bird Music a
to be You may think you are hear-
are likely totally un-
t :- TYPICAL YEAR 'ROUND FISHING SCENE IN AREA iAKEs.4h.-- aware of one of nature's ing a lot of bird music if you

.t p Archie Colson (Front), Son Lewis and Nephew Lawrence most enthralling phenomena.It first go outdoors about 7 or 8

is the virtual explosion of in the morning, but by hat
music with which the time most birds are busy gath-
.. i : Three Bears' Go Fishing songbirds of America greet each feeding ering food, 'building nests, or v ;, 4F
day in spring and early sum- _

mer. The avian concert is best, of
By GLENN STOKESSun with anticipation at the fish-fill. When I asked the usual ques-I course, in places where there is .._ --- _. .,-- .._ _. .. ..,,<-_..
Ornithologists call it the
tion "Any luck? Lewis
Outdoor Editor ed waters.
t hastily offered "I caught one." "dawn chorus." It is the cas- diversity in the landscape to Alachua Park] CanalBill
This is round had before i County
a typical year They only shortly cade of singing and calling that provide homes for a variety of
Big bear immediately replied,
fishing scene'on our area lakes' started fishing.when 'this photowas !"Smart aleck." Upon further in- pours from the throats of the birds-areas. where there are Tanton, park custodian at Alachua County Park Canal on Newnan'slake

-three sizes fishermen (big snapped. One speckled terrogation, big bear'wag'quick trushes, warblers, orioles, finches woodlots .or.: dumps ,of trees, sits on the bank and waves to a fisherman who is heading: out to the lake.

bear, medium-sized, bear" and perch had been takenguesswho to'point.out that he had a good ; sparrows, wrens 'and'ot 1i e r patches of shrub, lawns and- garden The canal is located on the southwest end of the lake, just off state road 20.
little bear with their took it.You're
), fishing : rightlittlebear. one on but lost him. birds as the first light breaks I small fields and pas- The park offers excellent parking boat launching and picnicking facilities. Tan*

poles at theready beaming Note the rigs which they are from the east. tures rows., hedges and brushy C nce- ton is on hand seven days a week to give advice assistance and record the

using cane poles and a rod catches.
Even the
deeper, raucous,
FISHING IS FANTASTIC and reel-both are commonlyused or pounding notes of the crows, This is the kind of habitat
in pursuing this greatly jays and woodpeckers contribute j found in and around most
EVINRU I DE With this lightweight sought-after panfish. They were not unmusically to the'the suburbs and villages and Don't Molest \
FISHERMAN'S DREAM using monofilament lines strung symphony. I farms in the eastern states. It

New OLD' (Fine for Mother and with floats, sinkers and hooks May, Jane is found also in the Midwest
NEW jfSKW baited with live minnows. .-hi those regions where modern
Through most of the Unlte< -
the Children )
1 Notice there is no anchor out States and southern Canada the j mechanized farming has Wildlifeare

., / Weighs less than Junior and the motor is not running; dawn chorus is best in May} I not: homogenized the scenery Young
2 / and sells for they are drifting with the slight and June and.diminishes gradually i and turned it into monotonous .

/ hp wind which was blowing. Thisis through July, according expanses of corn soybeans, The next few months will seethe not lost or deserted, as one eo
an efficient method for find- to the National Audubon Soci- (cotton:: or small grains. I peak of reproduction for might think.

'I 0 ONLY $613 Per ing a school of specks. ety. These are the months when Evolution Favored 'wildlife in Florida. It is important -

Pound Had the wind not been blow- most birds are mating, building Audubon the dawn j that they not be molested People will on occasion chance
ing or had they wanted to proceed nests,. and rearing young. experts say during this time. Children
chorus is better in North and upon a young animal and believing -
7 against the wind they But you have to be awake c should be taught to avoid handling -
South it to be
America than in lost take
GATOR MARINESALES could have trolled with the motor to hear it break. any up-
I very early : day ther part of the world. This bird nest and eggs, and not on themselves
at very slow speed. This ac- From mid-May into June, and i is because evolution, for reaI I to- pick up young birds and to move or otherwise -

and SERVICE complishes the same purpose of on clear mornings its peak of sons not understood, favored ]move them around.As disturb it. / !
covering a lot of new territory intensity may last only about 15 t a rule the mother bird The
: 221 E., University Ave. FR 2-3333 (water) in seafch for a school. minutes. he western hemisphere wit !h bad them in her sights and they; and mother usually hides her; I
nore species of songbirds, and :young then returns to them
,0 Yl VAYNASVA.VVIJMWASVASor :..,;:......,' ............ .c with so it is unwise to ,
{ :: ; :: :: : songbirds bigger voices. molest them
W:: ;;:: :{::.:;: '

: FAMOUS OVERNIGHT i<> csot tc hsh.fetinurtt'oeNOt : : I "Dawn choruses in Europe do SPORTSMAN'SPIGESF : .in any way. .

} lot begin to compare with ours,
: pkbnt...
- : : r'Tables md the reason is simple! "The CROSS

: DEEP SEA FISHING : 'Irlili ire far fewer species of songbirds ....--'!&.....1'l'! CREEK CAMP
o unai in that benighted continent DRY-FLY FISHING Black Bass Speckled Perch Brem
i : no vireos wood warblers,
ACROSS CURRENT 60.000 Acres of Florida's Best
12 Hours Fishing Time You keep oil catch \ iir tanagers, mimic thrushes, or Fishing Water
your .. ... .. .. ._.......
...:..,....:.. ...",...... blackbirds and orioles. Europe yr O Gas and
: :.. Stewardess Aboard with Short Order Cooking Oil Modern. Trailer Park
has only one wren, and less
Anytime and Breakfast at Sun Up Large Sun, The schedule of Solunar ferlods, as ban half our number of fringil- Free Picnic Area
I 1 printed below, has been taken from John Motors Camping
Deck Plenty of Bait and Tackle. Alden Knishrs SOLUNAR TABLES. Plan ids (grosbeaks, finches, sparrows Facilities
your days so that you will be fishing In and buntings)." So reports Guides Launching Ramp
: good territory or hunting in good cover
Boat Sails Wed. and Thurs. 8 Returns 5 -
a.m. Tomorrow High at 4-M a-m. and :the during best these sport times.that each If'YOU day wish.has to to find of- Dr. 0. S. Pettingill, see- Tackle Good Cabins'
p.m. Leaves Fri. and Sat. at 10 p.m. Returns 3:17 p.m. Low at ':2S a.m. pad 10:54 fer.The etary of the National Audubon O Bait Good Boots
p.m. Major Periods are shown in boldface \1FLY'S /
.; PRA 6IN Next Day at 2 Saturday High at 5:49 un. and I type. These begin at the times shown Society. ) Ice
p.m. 4:06 p.m. Low at 10:11 am. and 11:54 and last for an hour and a halt or two Although a few more species y" ... SEt:
p.m. hours thereafter. The Minor periods.shown ALARMS FISH/ a. .. atDRYFLY
Sunday Low- High at 7:05 am. and. In regular type, are ef somewhat reed in the north than in the Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla.
Write Call 5:09 p.m. at 11:21 ajn. .
or Monday High at 8:24 ajn. and shorter Eastern duration.Use t ml. S:outhern'United States, Dr. Pet- REWINDS ACROSS CURRENTS Enjoy Our Famous Food, Fresh From The Lake
I<:4i pjn. Low at 1:05 ajn. and 1:11 Standard IS THE MOST DIFFICULT
CAPT. HEMBREE in Cedar Key Ph. 2061 p.m.Tuesday Day tit:: Mil| Min P.M.: Maf.Tomorra ingill doubts that anyone with METHOD; FLY'S NATURAL DRIFT State Road 325 at Cross Creek .
High at ':25 ajn. and ...... ':20 1:11 9:00 2:45 a L I good ear, comparing dawn IS SHORT BEFORE LINE BEGINS! Mac
1:32 pjn. Low at 2:22 a.m. and 3:08 & Nell
9:20 McCoy
p.m. ,Sunday Saturday:: ..::::::' 10:20 3:11 4:11 10:00 11:00; : 4:45 3:45 choruses,would notice any di!. DRAGGING FLY CAUSING AN UNNATURAL Operators
High at : ........ ,*V*TRAIL.
I ecroI'm. 0Jn.a j Monday 11:15 5U 11:55 5:40 PREVENT
fl in and volume
Low variety .
and at 3:32 and erence --
Tuesday ........ 'M 12:10 ':35 I FORMING tVMENDlNG'THE -
I 4:32 pjn.Thursday High at 10:43 ajn. and !Wednesday. ... 12:50 ':51 1:00 7:25 0 f song. CAST; FLIPPING CURVED
JUST RECEIVED .. ... 1:40 7J5 I
Thursday 1:45 1:11 NO
Low at 4:29 and 5:16 ? DOWN
11:14 pjn. ajn. For anyone bored with television UPSTREAM WITHOUT MOVING PAYMENT

and weary of the mechanized :FLY. PRACTICE to PERFECT IT.IT'S 14-ft. Fiberglass Boat

NEW SHIPMENT p.m.Buddy's Coach DiesALEXANDRIA noises that daily assault EASIER TO CAST DRy FLY 40 HP Mercury Motor ONLY

LandingBig the eardrums, the National Au- TO UPSTREAM SIDE OF A DIM- 14-ft. Trailer $30'00.
: La. (AP) dl abort recommend I PLED RISE AND PICK IT UP _
JOHNSON Society I BEYOND THE Complete Outfit ........
Santa Fe Lake .... $595
rhomas Ray Mobley, 72 of" PER MONTH
wly'to bed, early to rise, I RISE THIS ISDom......X
,Rt. 200-A Shreveport, former atletie director and listen to the dawn chorus SPOTFISH04GJJ 1 1r .
'9! H.P. and football coach at I EACH RISE.VC.T:----------": N. 54
Just' Off Rt. 26 oj f f America's amazing b ir dhfe. NEW, 1964
EARLETON FLA. Southwestern; Louisiana Institute i 4-ft./Sp'Q rinn Boat 14-k./Span-Amdan. Beat
SORRY (now the University ::01- 3S HP M Outboard 40 .HP Jo..SOft. Electric
BAIT REFRESHMENTS 1963 Elect.J Irt. Model Start. Motor
MOTORS Southwestern) Louisiana) died I Catch The Bass- New II Trader 1960 Model
To Have Caused So Largest
Wednesday of a heart 191 0 del Murray Trailer
Many To Wait- However ,
--ft It's Worth Waiting For. Low Rites allack..j WIN Complete U2 t $1150 Complete Outfit $1045
Lightweight and LOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK .
"Suitcase" handle Now Under Management of-- Popular George Bayer's last $150 Down and only $95 Down and only
carrying golf;: victory came in the 1960 St "
New shallow water drive J. C. MASSENGALE t Petersburg Open. I A ZEBCO 33" REEL \ :
'. Tilt' selector (Each Week r $50 PER 47.50 PER


Your Central Charge At CONTEST NOW IN PROGRESSAny New Mercury Fishing Motors


BOAT SIin Bass'Size '$A In Lowest Florida Price OnZEBCO 3.9 HP only $10 per month J NO DOWN

S ) 5 I J95 '6 HP . only $14 per month
IRUSAb Gainesville' Sun -- Friday, May 15 r ."33" REELJACK 9.8.HP only 17.50 per month -

Your Authored 'JOHNSON SEA-HORSE Dealer Jimmy Moore's 5. SUNS PORTS KELLY TaxidermistORANGE FRANK'S MARINE

? 17 Miles South of Gainesville U. S. Hwy. 441 1031 S. MAIN ST.
FR 6.7629
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; Thursday, May 14, 1964 Gainesville Sun _

; DickersonWins

;. I State /t BUSINESS MARKET REPORTReaders' i.

1" '
Prize 6 _
Dairy _ _

rson, who owns and operates : Late Morning
loridan Farm near here is :1 I

: r rI 'ie Florida winner of the Na- Request 1 N. Y. ListingAllisChal
Ii '
:onal Dairy Products Corp.'s
i -3k fficiency award in the small
19 IntHarv 73%

I Lrt, tI t ;r,; t4\Z erd division. I (The requested following specifically market by quotationsare readers ill Alcoa 79% IntNick SO!.

: Dickerson was recognized and of tions the are Sun furnished financial by page.Sincere The"e Co.. .STOCT" LISTINGS 'III AmAir 46 IntPap 32%
eceived last at the .
$50 night Investment Service here.)
;jfr irst annual Florida Dairy Production I.I AmBrk 53H Jones&L 74
AmBdPar 37% KaisAl 40%
Conference at the Uni- NEW YORK (AP)-The following bid
and asked quotations, supplied by the
TodayIn AmCan 43H Ken'cott 85
versity of Florida. National Deal-
: ; Association of Securities TODAY'S DOW JONES
d cr5. Inc.. do not represent actual transactions AmCyan 6rn Lig&My 78Vi

.. -. t- I i Other winners of the "effi History the range but within are the which NASO's these estimate securities of Prev. Close Components 1st Hr AmMot 14% Loch'd140V4 32%
y''A_ cient dairy production" awards could have been sold (bid) or bought
-; f.t- '' / L: "s.f .' at a banquet last night were: (asked): 825.78 | Indust. I 59.50 AT&T Lorillard 45V4
i Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hammond, 200.57 I Rails I 823.66 Mag'vox
2 -zTi : Oaklawn Dairy, Orlando, who Today is Thursday, May 14, Affiliated Fund 8.87-9.60 141.63 I Uill I 200.39 Ampx Cp \Wt MM&M 62V'413V
Capital Lie & Gr.
I took first place and $50 in the the 135th day of 1964. There are .
AnacondaArmour Mohasco
--, -- large! herd division; Cyrus Bis- 231 days left in the. year.Today's Divers Growth 9.9310.86Dividend 289.61 J Stocks I 141.51 *
Shares 3.77-4.13 51% Mons'to 77%
phams's Bayside Dairy, Sarasota highlight in history: 2,120,000 I Volume | 289.08N
Dreyfus 20.4522.33Fidelity ACL 71% MontWd 39%
> second place. On this date in 1804, Capt.
bL. Meriwether Lewis and Capt Capit. 11.4712.47Fidelity I Babcock 57 NatDair 79%
State Winner for the dairy Fund 18.00-19.46 Y S E Most Active Stocks
It management award, sponsoredby William Clark, after a winter Vol. Co. close Change BethStl 36% NatDist 26%
Trend 19.1320.79Fund'tal
# How Does YOUR Garden Grow? the Florida Bankers Asso- spent on the east bank of the Fidelity Invest 11.04-12.10 Boeing 46% N.AmAv 47%
ciation W. Paul Simmons Missouri River, set out on their 575,600 Calmt & Hec 25tt off 2%
Income of Boston 8.47-9.26 Borden 72% Penney 50%
expedition to get firsthand 255,700 Tex Glf Sul 15 off
Dairy, Green Cove Springs. % 3%
/ One of the most colorful and easiest plants to grow for a summer garden is Dickerson, whose dairy farmis knowledge of the territory the Incorporated K-2 Inc. 9.89-10.81 5.65-6.17 181,600 Chrysler 49& off 1% Brunswk lott PRR 30%

I the caladlum, pictured above. Horticulturists say two main requisites for located a mile north of Haw- United States had acquired in Keystone Keystone S-3 16.70-18.22 124,700 Cont Cop & S 7% % CaterTr 59% PepCola 52%
growing the colorful plants are plenty of water and high temperatures, and if'I thorne on U. S. Highway 301, the Louisiana purchase.On S-4 4.775.22Life up Celanese 69Vi PhiLMor 81
they are planted out in the open, they should be in partial shade. Oh yes, if milks around 100 cows, mostly this date Keystone Investors 21.0322.09Life 82,500 Natomas 10V4 up %: Chrysler 48% PhillPet 50%

'I you want to make your caladium bed even more colorful, add a pretty model Holsteins. His award was basedon In 1814, Paraguay gained i its Stock Fund 8.12-8.85 74,400 RCA 33 up CocaCola 131 RCA 32%
like.Susan Holt of Gardens above). from 67,300 Xerox
Cypress ( increased average production independence Spain.In Mass. Inv. Trust 16.59-18.13 106Vi up Vi Ii ComEd 49% RepStl 44
per cow over last year, 1913, the Rockefeller Foundation -Mass. Inv. Growth 8.75-9.56 67,000 Pure Oil 48% off IK
ConEdis Revlon 33%
Trucker 1ST DARE MEETING labor efficiency, ratio of incometo was established.In Pioneer Fund 96910.59 66,900 Gen Motors 89 off %
I Finds expense and utilization of 1940, Nazi planes poured Puritan Fund 9.66-10.44 57,000 Dresser Ind 33Va off 1 ContCan 51% ReyTob 45%
home-grown forage crops. death and destruction on Rotterdam Putnam Growth 9.4910.37TV DowChe 72% StRegP 32
ACL Engine Dickerson's operation covers as the armies of the Netherlands & Elec. 8.16-8.89 A S Ex Most Active Stock duPont 258% Sears 114
Look At World 115 acres and is different from were about to capitu- Value Line Inc. 5.56-6.08 79,600 Assoc Oil & Gas 6% off V\ EAL 32% Sinclair 47ss

1 Is Irresistible the usual dairy set-up, he says, late. Wellington Fund 15.13-16.49 73,900 Syntex Corp 76 off 1* E.Kodak 130% Socony 78'a
\I in that the cows are dry lot In 1942, Congress authorized 37,400 Campbell Chib 4 off % Firestone 39 SouthnC 57

I A pick-up truck driver failed fed with forage he cuts and the establishment of the Wom- Lets 31,500 Home Oila- 19 up V FlaP&L 71% SperryR 15%
early"this morning to yield the Farmers ToldMarvin hauls to them.In n's Army Auxiliary Corps.In Bronson 28,700 Ogden Corp 11% off V Ford 51% StBrand 76%
'forces FrmstDa 11 StO NJ 87%
the time he 1945, American on
right of way to an Atlantic summer says,
Coast Line engine said. this keeps the cows out of the Okinawa made fresh gains with PreliminaryWater ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS FreptSul 35% Studebak 8%
( The train headed police inorth Walker, president of horticulturist in charge of the heat, causes them to eat more the capture of two key points- FruehTr 30% Swift 49%
I and the truck west when, they the National Association of Farmers University of Florida's Citrus and produce more milk. Conical Hill and the Yonabaru Study Short Purchases Sales ? 430,171 10,049Other () GenDyn 25V4 Texaco 78%
Airfield. GenEl 82% Thiokol 14
collided at a crossing in the Cooperatives, Winter Haven Experiment Station at Lake For summer forage, Dick- Sales .
Ten The Grand BRONSON The Bronson 437,662 GenFds 85% U Carb 124%
1100 block of SE 22nd Ave. told some 200 leaders of the that erson grows millet and sorghumand years ago -
Alfred, told the group by Total Sales .
I National of City Commission has entered into --- 447,711 GenMills 39V4 UnitAirc 45
in the winter his Assembly Turkey
| The truck's driver, John H.,1t. citrus, sub-tropical and deciduous citrus forage
( 1975 Florida producersmay Advances 45]
reelected Celal Ba- an agreement with the West -- GenMtrs .88 UnFruit 20%
Evans, received only scrat .hes.' fruit and nut industries be selling their product for crops are oats and rye. president.Five pro-Western. Joast Engineering Co. of Declines ..___ 62C( Goodrich 53% US Steel 55
1' Damage was estimated at $150 here last night that Florida'sfarmers $1.25 per box. The value ofthe The Dickersons came to Hawthorne -yar of Brooksville to do the preliminary -Unchanged _- 26f: Goodyr 43% UnivMat 12%

\; to the truck and $150 to \the are entirely too pro- entire Florida citrus production in 1955 from Central New State Christian years ago-Secretary Herter present.ed planning for a municipalwater Total Issues .- --- 1,34! Greyhnd 59% WestgEl 32

'1 engine. I vincial in their outlook and that will probably be less than York State, where they also a Western plan to the Big system here. New 1963-64 Highs 61: Gulf Oil 57% WinnDix 32%

they had better consider world it is today, he said. were in the dairy business. Four foreign Ministers at Gen- The engineering firm is to New 1963-64 Lows __ 44; Woolwth 83%

Emma's Egg \\ and national problems concern- He pointed out that competition eva, calling for the uniting of proceed immediately with a feasibility -
Daughter Just East and West Berlin survey and is expectedto
tariffs and trade negoti- from Israel, Iran and Spain through Cd Ne-., York TimesKET
t ing its findings to the
t contender for free elections. present NEW YORK TIMES MARHigh AVERAGES, MAY 13
Excess Excites ations if to in bus may be a serious Commission within 60
I they are stay Mother One year ago-The General days. Low Close Net Chg.
iness in the years ahead. Florida growers. Obeyed :Assembly voted t o admit Kuwait Commissioners at their meeting ,
Walker made the commentsin I Monday night, selected the 25 Rails 139.43 137.98 138.48 Off .27
English Experts This morning, the Universityof as the 111th member of the
the first of nine commodity GREAT BEND, Kan. (AP) -' firm to do the initial planning.In 25 !Industrials! 834.49 821.76 825.66 Off 3.19
and United Nations.Retail.
Florida industry
When Mrs. Dale de Kraai'sdaughter action 50 Stocks 485.96 479.87 482.07 Off 1.73
other set
they a
TWYCROSS, England (APK) meetings being sponsored by leaders were to discuss possible
7-year-old Kitty, I
The excessive egg-laying of ai the University of Florida in a solutions to these problems. The burned the trash for her mother Sales date of May 28, from 2 to 5
emu named Emma excited experts ). program known as Operation final scheduled tobe I p.m., for innoculation of dogs.
reports are
she also burned
1 up an early
The Commission also discussed
the direction of STOCK I
Wednesday. DARE.
; > completed by noon. model car. $260 Billion erection of speed limit
Dr. E. T. York Jr., provost for
Mrs. deKraai had to
"She must have set a world gone signs on the highway leading MARKET
record" said Reg Bloom, Emma's .. agriculture the program is designed Aid Bill May burn the trash earlier but it HOUSTON Tex. (AP) The through town.
to Develop Agricultural of the National Retail I
too windy and she it in resident
in Zoo. '" was put Buren E. Brice
keeper Twycross Mayor -
presided NEW YORK (AP) Blue electronics
retails farm
in Flor- Merchants Association implements
Since January she has laid 30 I Resources Effectively the car. When the wind stopped predicts at the session. Others at
took the
losses stock
Intact as and airlines.
Return U.S. retailers will sell
eggs. An emu's normal output,, da through 1975. she asked Kitty to burn .the nearly the meeting included Commissioners -market declined in The
\ I cigarette makers
billion worth of this were
$260 goods :
according to the Encyclopedia I I "The winds of free trade are trash. Dogan Cobb, Lint Mor- active trading early this after- fairly steady.
Britannica is only 9 to 13 eggs 'flowing strong in the world From 1st Look She did, without moving it. year, an all-time high. ing, Donald Holmes and Jerry noon. The Associated Press
Carl N. Schmalz, who also is; Ward and Town Bill averageof
a year. and they are going to blo w AP) President president of the R. H. Stearns; Manager General Motors sank more 60 stocks at noon was of. .4
Bloom put the first dozen eggs I,sbonger\ ," Walker said. "Some WASHINGTON Johnson's $3.4-billion( foreign Nixon Assured Co. of Boston said Wednesdayat Crisp. than a point, Du Pont about 2, at 306.2 with industrials doWn

in a chicken incubator and after areas of agriculture in the United out ofthe a luncheon this would represent | IBM more than 3, MontgomeryWard .7, rails unchanged and utilitiesoff
aid bill may come Shakespeare
50 days 11 hatched. Ten of States are going to be jeopar- Affairs Committee (c) New York Times more than a 5-per cent in ... a point. .2.
the chicks survived and are dized," he emphasized. "It be- House today Foreign intact.If WASHINGTON Among the crease over last year's record For Students The radio television group The Dow Jones industrial average
I thriving. hooves Florida farmers to pay candidates for the Republican 246.3 billion. seemed unsettled by news that was off 2.12 at 823.66.
Emma's partner in the popu- attention to international prob- so, this will be the first nomination for president, declared He spoke at a luncheon sponsored STRATFORD, Conn. (AP) Radio Corp. plans to reduce Calumet & Hecla continued

lation explosion is an eager lems so that they can cope with .time that a President's foreignaid and undeclared Rich- by the Retail Merchants A nine week season of performances prices of its color TV sets and back away from its 10-point rise!

Emu named Edgar. lower tariffs and trade negoti- request has passed the first ard M. Nixon will have a Association of Houston and the-: is being given at the that other manufacturers are of Tuesday, losing more than a
Illseagerness evaporates, atipns." barrier> on the long congressional -unique advantage. He is the Texas Retail Federation. American Shakespeare Festi.. expected to follow suit. point. 2:

however,.when it comes to emu Walker explained that the road without being sliced at only with an assured opportu- val theater for 107,000 school RCA was off a fraction while. Prices were mixed on the

p incubation,- ,normally a male Geneva trade negotiations are least a little bit. nity to address the convention, Election StrifeIn students. Zenith lost 2 and Motorola was American Stock Exchange. ,I
chore. Edgar will have none of This would not mean, however which opens July 13 in San The scholastic venture was down about 4. Corporate bonds were mixed.
to the
nation's -
iL extremely important that Johnson is sure to end Francisco. Panama City launched seven years ago and The trend was generally low- U.S. government bonds were
farmers particularlywhen up with the $3.4 billion he wants.; grown steadily since. er among steels, motors, oils, unchanged. -
27 per cent of all of the PANAMA (AP) Handbillscirculated ; .
Ralm Gets Bid Unled States' exports are agricultural -only The authorizes bill now in the the money.committee After Egg Market in Panama City ,
I products. Wednesday night charging fraudin '

I ;.Eor Raiford PO :: He said that President Johnson bill Congress, it starts is work finished on with anotherto that JACKSONVILLE (AP) The the presidential election and YOUR MONEY'S WORTH ''h .

I : is recommending to Congreis the money. The Northeast Florida Egg Market calling for a general strike.
I appropriate
RAIFORD T.H. Rahn has that a National Commission cuts if any-would come prices to retailers: The unsigned leaflets reported
been":awarded the bid on the I on Food Marketing be es big Extra large 39-43, mostly a charge by supporters of exI -
new post office to be constructed tablished. Some $2% million I then.But Johnson's hopes receiveda 42*43; large 37-40, mostly 39-I President Arnulfo Arias that returns Beat the Coin Shortage f}

here. I would be placed in the handsof firm boost Wednesday when 40; medium 30%-33; mostly 31. had been rigged in Sun- }, 4

this commission to study the the committee, in executive session 32; small 25-29, mostly 27. day's vote to elect government \-s;.
of the successful
Announcement .
problems which will confront to Poultry at farms: fryers: candidate Marco Robles. .
attempts Porter
bidder on the post office project rejected 12Vz The National Electoral Tribu- By Sylvia ...:flJ
in the ahead. hens none.
the farmer years ,
was made today by Con- Floridian should be di- cut the bill. nal announced Wednesday night .,

gressman D. R. (Billy) Mat- rectly Every interested in this commission that final returns gave Robles What are we doing and what production can be swelled at ture is a law reducing or eliminating -

thews. He said the post officeIs and give it his support 134,627 votes and Arias 123,186. can we do to beat the unprecedented -once and the hoarders discour- silver from coins. Tnis

to be completed by Oct. 1. ," he said.Walker's Virologist Gets There was no public response shortage of coins in the'I aged. move would conserve the Trea

The new building will be located comments climaxed Wednesday night to the anony- U. S. today-a shortage which a I I The mints are even now buying sury's dwindling silver suppliesand

on Central Ave. and will a day of sobering predictionsfrom mous strike call. The National ready is the worst in history and; "nickel strip" -ready made surely take some of the glitter -

Se 1,250 square feet inside. University of Florida fac- Grant Guard remained on the alert is growing steadily more criti-] sheets of metal-from private out of coin collecting. ?
and searched of Arias
five- ulty and top industry leaders. Important sup- cal? industry to make nickels. Under Inexpensive metals with no intrinsic
will be given a porters for arms.
RaM apparently
; lease with three fi e-year In the citrus session Wednesday Rationing of coins is in effect : consideration is the prospect of value would be used instead -

year renewal options. afternoon, Dr. Herman Reitz, Corbett associate -termine the nature of plant vir Klan To Meet right new. Federal Reserve doing the same for pennies, of silver. Melting of coins
Kenneth ,
Dr. : Banks across the country are most numerous of our coins.A also might be prohibited by l wand

virologist with the University Experiment -of uses.the He virus will with take which along he some ha!: At Lake ButlerLAKE limiting the amounts they distribute proposal is that manufactur. hoarding of coins would be

Said In 'Doldrums of Florida's Agricultural to commercial banks. ers of tokens-which have the policed. The Treasury is now
\State I Stations, has been been working.Dr. BUTLER A rally I
Banks in
turn are rigidly restricting -know-how to coins conducting a major study on the
Province 441 of the produce -
born in No
Simon !
John Corbett
named recipient of a was
technicians sales of the new be enlisted to cut coin "blanks"which role of silver in the U. S. coinage -
of onomically by training Florida United Klan in Union
PALATKA AP-Secretary) Guggenheim Memorial Foundation va Scotia, Canada, in 1927. He. Kennedy 50 cent pieces to individual I *
Florida for industry, he said. County will be held May 30. the mints could then system.
Tom Adams says:, Fellowship.
State and received his bachelor of science -. Greene T. Smith, Klan officer customers. Weeks ago, stamp into the finished productIt's I A fourth idea elimination
is in the economic doldrjims; in the from McGill University .. said after a frenzied rush on its silver the law for .of coins altogether and the stfb-
achieve Corbett is among 200 degree from Lake Butler, yes- ( against a private
Ias a long standard way to of go livir: for itscitizeNt Elephant Finds United States receiving the fellowship in Montreal in 1950 anc I terday that special out-of-state dollars had virtually exhausted firm to make money.) stitution of all- paper money

a good which is awarded to his PhD from Cornell University -speakers will attend the special supplies the Treasury There are drawbacks to this. is out Both the Treasury and
> She Can't Even "promote the advancement and in 1954. rally. halted sale of the silver 'cart For instance, Congress would Congress have rejected this

"Despite our space industries diffusion of knowledge and un He joined the University o:f It will be held three miles wheels. have to appropriate funds to one because of the high cost

and tourism, Florida is ktill experiencing Sneak A Beer derstanding" among scholars, Florida faculty in 1954 and i:5 south of Lake Butler on State Construction of a new mod- permit the Treasury to buy the involved.. :
an economii lag," artists and scientists and for the author of more than 34 scientific Road 121. ern U. S. Mint to replace our an- blanks. And if the plan were Coins are more expensive-to

Adams told an audience! at St. WINTER PARK (AP-Some the: development of better in- articles. The rally is public, although ]-tiquated Philadelphia mint is a used for any coin containing :il- produce than paper currency,

Johns River Junior College. customers walked into Tony ternational relations.In Negroes are not invited, certaintly. Coin production has Ver (dimes and up), there but a $1 Dill) has a life span'of

"Even though we have! made D'Agostino's bar Wednesday I July, Dr. Corbett will Smith said.Lost been biked to an estimated 4.2 could be a ticklish security problem -only 18 months and replacement

good progress so hav other night and said there was an leave for The Netherlands fora billion this year against a for the blanks- might be costs would be phenomenaL C;
states." I IAdams' elephant outside trying to get in- year of study at the Instituutvoor Something, half-billion in 1950, but the Trea- stolen and used as slugs. Still, What is increasingly obvious
side. Plantenziektenkundig On- 18 Blocks Back sury itself admits is would says a Treasury official "if is that unusual actions must:be
statement cane on derzoek at the Wageningen Ag- -i-. have to make 6 billion coins in things get really bad, we might taken. The coin-collecting and
the heels'of a University ate's ofl "An elephant?" he asked. "An ricultural Center. He will be MIAMI BEACH AP) -The 1964 just to meet present de have to take that security risk." coin-hoarding craze is reach&g

Florida report that income the $ 31st'' elephant they said. accompanied by his wife. Mary i : : gasoline gauge read "empty' mands. Other sources insist the A second suggestion, which the proportions of madness. We
$2,004 per capita and Guy V. Whitener jr. tele- total of coins now in circulation cannot wait for the
I went out to investigate Jane, and their three children, has the backing of the American new mIrtt'sproduction.
in the nation. I and Tony sure enough-an elphant, a Bruce, 11, Ian, 8, and Kaireen, phoned for help. must be doubled to wipe Bankers Assn., would :_

"The state has a long wly, to girl elephant. 5. r-j While he was waiting the New- out scarcities. Congress hasn't freeze the date "1964" on coins The best way out of the temporary

go to achieve a good startIard Impromptu investigation show- As a part of an exchange nro- 4 berry, N.C., man peered into>> yet appropriated the money indefinitely. emergency would be-to
of living. for our citiz4ts," ed she had wandered away from gram, Dr. J. A. deBokx of The the refueling spout of his rent- for the new mint but it will. A variation of this would eli enlist private industry to help

Adams said junior colleges Dailey Brothers Circus, Netherlands, accompanied by !* ed automobile. He could see I I Even if the new mint were minate dates and other mint produce coins-for this, as the

could,help improve the stat ec- performerming on the opposite! his family, will travel to the r- 3- ------ day light below. No gas tank. built at a record speed, though, markings from coins-often the Journal of Commerce put it Tina

side of a busy four lane high-United States where he will Police found the tank 18: it couldn't be put into operation collectors' measure,of numismatic recent editorial would gjve
take Dr. Corbett's place at the blocks and nine traffic lights: in time,to meet today's massive value. "u there were only them coin until it.comes gut;of

Early in the Wth century, tir- way.D'Agostino said the elephant's; University of Florida. Dr. Cor away where it apparently tore I what else? one kind of coin to collect," an their ears." Then the Treasury

ttiallf .*w .nnlv .lahor-saving' trainer told him "she came over. bett said that they will even exchange loose and fell off. A first high probability is that expert argues, "the speculators and Federal Reserve's hajjpy

vice: iu.American homes wire because she likes beer and probably homes. "I can't understand how, the i the Treasury will call on private might not collect so many of problem would turn into finding

cpinning wheels and spi e. smelled it." She went home: While in Holland Dr. Corbett car ran that far without a gas; industry to take over part of the them. vault space for the dishoardedj!
mills] v__ without her.beer. will continue his research to de I CORBETT tank," an officer said. coin-making process so that A third possibility for'the fu- coins.vT -

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Gainesville Sun Thursday, May 14, 1964 f

Spray Nozzle Can Make n &aitttsuUklJai1JSlUti Well Planned Garden the For garden best area.results, start your Ii..{

seeds in peat or sand a

I1 planting medium that will re- _,t
Off With Posies"Back tain enough while also
Pays moisture ,j..
W e d-lilling EffortlessBy FARM insuring aeration.adequate Be sure drainage the oil and is

sterilized before the
to the drawing board"is you like to live dangerouslyand
By HERVEY SHARPS shrubs, hedges and other orna- that are through blooming at & GARDEN a familiar cliche' that is seeds.
applied raise from
Controlling weeds th chemicals your plants
mental plants, make four applications this time. when For advice on growing sum-
some poorlyplanned -
is easier than,dancing ,the per year. Apply one Actually, when the tips begin seeds. The horticulturist ad- mer flowers, check with your
project flops.
twist because it takes.'only'one to one and one-half pounds ol f r to yellow and die back, it is time vises that you should germinate garden supply center
Even if haven't or your
turn. This is the turn of a spray fertilizer to 100 square feet ol f r to dig the bulbs and prepare you experi- the seeds in a pot or flat,
nozzle. i enced some extra hours on the county agricultural agent, says
planting per application in late them for storage. New corms 'drawing board planning ahead rather than seeding directly in Joiner. J
., Chemical weed control" addsa spring, summer, winter and I grow on top of old ones, so -
touch of professionalism to the early spring. The' late off and throw away the: Down to EarthIn i'in gardening is a good procedure

task once performed by the application is due now. Wa t e gold: corms and store the new S to follow. Planning will JOHNSON & FARIS
hoe. It requires less work and plants, spread the plant nutri. ones. pay bigger dividends for ;cur

-little or no sweat. ents, and then water the plant Prior to storing the new Levy County ; ra summer flower garden, says
But don't become overconfi- food materials in. corms, dry them first in an Dr. J. N. Joiner, associate ornamental I LAWN & GARDEN HEADQUARTERS I

dent in using the chemicals. Azaleas and camellias need open, dry and shady place for i horticulturist with the

This could spell doom to beauti- special acid type fertilizer, so about a week. Eight weeks be- By LEONARD COBB Florida Agricultural Experi- NOW-LAWN MOWING IS
i ment Stations.
ful ornamentals as well as the be sure to feed them the right fore replanting, place the
Extension Service
Agricultural The first to do is choosea
.undesirable plants. formula or they may become corms in your refrigerator and I '
Growth regulators such as fertilizer sick.Annuals plant immediately upon taking sunny location for your gar-
2, 4-D; 2,4, 5-T, and MVP, even and perennials need them out of refrigeration.Glads Vegetable growers will be in-the order of the day. Some 25 I den. Next, decide whether you .4 EASIER

in very small amounts, ma'y in- three applications of one to one will grow without refrigeration terested in the annual field day I beautiful girls from all over. want to buy seedling plants, WAYS

jure susceptible plants. These and one-half pounds of 6-6-6 fer- but if not given cool on vegetable crops at the Florida will be competing for I or try raising your own. WITH

t materials are weed killers. But tilizer per year for each 100 storage treatment they produce Agricultural Experiment Station Watermelon: Queen 1964. If you want to play it safe I
) remember, they cannot distin-' square feet of plantings. Make irregular growth and erratic and obtain seedlings you should r
University Florida on at
will be big
guish between weeds and non-' one application at planting time blooming.It Everything transplant them to organic potsso I r
weeds. I and two during the growing sea- will soon be dig-and-store- May 28. The program will be- this event. Even the water- that the pots can be plantedin I 1

Do not apply 2, 4-D within sev- son. Nitrates of soda or other iris time. Irises do, not need to gin at 9:30 a.m. at the vegetable melons will weigh 50 to 100 the garden site later. Al-

eral feet of sensitive plants sources of nitrogen are neededin be placed in cold storage, butthe crops lab on the Hillhopper pounds each. A 3-way contestfor though this method is more expensive -I with

such as most garden plants, spring and in summer at the large, clumped bulbs Road. The latest research on the largest watermelon will says Joiner, the seed-I
flowers and ornamentals. Cover rate of one-half to one pound per should be broken into individ- will be at the lings have a better chance of i
flowers and shrubs with raper 100 square feet of plantings. ual parts and old and new bulb- be under way. Separate con-, surviving.On I

'or plastic before spraying. Use Another do-it-yourself acti- lets stored in a cool place in field day. tests for adults FFA membersand the other hand, maybe e

extreme care to prevent the vity is taking care of gladioli readiness for fall planting. The watermelon field day 4-H members will be con- x p

,chemical from reaching orna- watermelon ducted. Every watermel
will be held at the
mentals through drifting, leach-I LIVESTOCKMARKET
.and grape. laboratory in Lees- grower is urged to enter this Just lift the starter
ing into the soil or by running, "
on the surface during a heavy!i burg, on May 27 beginning at contest.In y with your fingertips-
shower of rain. i I Gilclirist County 1:15 p.m. All watermelon the largest individual engine starts instantly.
I No choke to
invited to attend.
Apply weed killers on a calm growers are
melon contest for adults, cash may/ No crank to wind
day because wind-blown all chemicals -' Agent's Corner Levy County had a good awards will be made, as fol. The Federal State Market No rope to fight!
can injure plants
attendance at the Beef Cattle News Service this week reporteda
I' lows First, $25 second $15
the neighborhood.Even : ; ; market with
Short Course recently held at stronger cattle ,
on calm days use low third, $10 fourth, $5; fifth, $5. to I
By JIM YELVTNGTON the University of Florida. In- with slaughter types

4 pressure square inch-and-20 to 40 nozzles pounds with per I Agricultural Extension Service cluded in attendance not re- This contest is open to any 50 cents higher and all stocker
last week Mr. cattle steady to strong.
I adult farmer and the melon
,; large openings that put out a
course sprays rather than fine The watermelon picture for Immokalee area will help to and Mrs.! Troy Burell and There H. entered may be grown anywhere The Gainesville Livestock Model 7253
mists. Gilchrist County and surrounding keep volume in check. D. Thomas of and be of any variety. Market reported a better cattle

Before using any chemical, area looks good at this time. Some few trailers will be load- were many important topics I exhibit will sale this week, with 634 head WORLD'S EASIEST STARTING POWER MOWERS
discussed Only one
during per person
weed killer, insecticide or fungicide however, it is realized that no ed in Gilchrist County on or i selling, compared to 401 head a
-be sure to read and f o II 1- change faster than the water- before June 1. However volume course, but the thing that Cush- be allowed. ,week ago. Ughtesweight! !MagnaliU housingcuts
I low the instructions on the melon outlook. shipment from Gilchrist man Radebaugh, immediate down weight for easier handling
Countywill The
of the American largest groupofthreecontest local market reported a
past president The
411 I Highest powered!Famous LAWN-BOY
chemical container.
not be reached
This, however, is the general before June National Cattlemen's Associa- is limited to Levy light hog sale this week, with engine with two governed speeds
Feeding Trees 1015.ZINC.
,I Fertilizing trees is aimed at picture given by Donald M. tion, said about beef imports County growers, and the melons butcher grades 75 cents to $1 Two-Kay mowing-catches clippings
nutrients where they will Lins, general sales, manager for MAKES A DIFFERENCEZinc stuck with me the longest. He must not vary more than 10 higher. A strong demand for, or discharges onto the lawn

do putting the most good. For trees with Florida Citrus Exchange, at a i sulfate in your corn fer- stated that beef could be de- pounds from the largest to good feeders was noted. Good S Adjusts to heavy or normal cutting

trunks less than six inches in meeting with Gilchrist Coun- tilizer may make the differ- livered into the United States the smallest. A melon can be Feeder pigs brought up to $21.50.' 699 HI-Le adjustable safety handle

...4 diameter, punch holes under the ty watermelon growers in the ence in making a corn crop or from New Zealand and Australia entered in only one contest and A total of 25 head was sold at P 6 adjustable cutting heights

t,: entire canopy 12 inches deep at Bell School lunchroom last not making a corn crop. for $23 per head. "This beefis each contestant is limited to Tuesday's hog sale, compared to e Drip-free. full time lubrication'terms

t 18-inch intervals and apply l Thursday night.Although Many fields of corn in Gil- what we have to competewith one group which must be 165 head last week. EaSY Qu mowers.tl Largest mufflers of any

three pounds of a garden fertil- our watermelons will christ County are showing symptoms and the American cattle- either of the Charleston Gray Cattle prices Monday:

izer in the holes. Two applica- be somewhat late, due to cold, of zinc starvation. Farmers man cannot survive this type variety, Congo or other ship- Steers and heifers Good, "

tions per year are recommended. : melons north and west of us are urged to observe their competition." He said, "We ping variety. 192520.25; standards, $18-19.- r\
One now and another in the are not as far advanced as ours corn fields closely for "white must have some plan to regulatebeef stockers i
I Cash prizes in the largest 75; utility, $15-17; BROWN SPOTS IN YOUR LAWN?
into the U. S if
bud" which is imports
fall. and so will probably be later the first symp- .
contest will be $40 for $1420,75.CowsUtility I
the U.S. cattleman is to group
tom of zinc sur
than six inches reaching maturity. Acreage deficiency. More
For trees larger vive." first place, $30 for second, 1516.50; cut- '
in trunk diameter south of us will reach maturity severe symptoms will DON'TWORRY
apply cause
$20 for third, $10 for fourth ers, $13.25-15; stockers, $11-18.
five pounds per tree. 'along with ours, but reduced dwarfing of the plant, giving a Melon Festival Set and $5 for fifth. ORTHO
II For azaleas camellias cro- yield due to late cold and lower flattened appearance. As the Calves Good, $20.25-23; !

tons, hibiscus, g'ar den i a s,:acreage between here and the shortage of zinc becomes more The Chiefland Watermelon In all the abovementionedcontests standards, $18-20(); utility, $15 -
acute- spots -in the. field will fail. festival has been set for Sat- the melons must be 18; stockers $13-24.25. M LAWN DISEASE

; -- to grow and produce corn. urday, June 13. This event, delivered and entered at the Bulls Utility $16.50 19; ORTHOLAWN
i I Corn grown in the same 'soil held each year in Chiefland; Chiefland city hall by 11 a.m. ,cutters $14-16; stockers $13.- CONTROL
is sponsored jointly by the June 13. melons
year after year will eventually on Damaged 7519.
Alachua CountyAgent's deplete the zinc. The only safe Chiefland Lions Club and the will not be accepted, and all .
Tuesday: i
Hog prices
Chiefland Woman's Club. melons become the propertyof DISEASE
to be
way sure your corn gets No. 2's $14 _
No. $14.60; ;
the Chiefland Lion's
the necessary zinc is to be sure Watermelon juice will flow J No. 3's, $13.50; No. 4's, $13; No. :i CONTROL!
e CornerBy your corn fertilizer contains a like water all day long as free The decision of the judges !5's, $10.50; No. lo's, $12.60; i I
unit of zinc. ice-cold watermelons will be''will be final. ]by ro's feeders, up to $21.50. I'I II I

Agricultural Extension Service 1 1o
II ..
II :. II -

Our congratulations to Mr. two to three quarts of DNBF:;

t and Mrs. W.; T. Dickerson of with vigorous agitation and 1a MAY LAWN andSPECIALS AZALEAS & CAMELLIASNEED

Floridan Dairy Farm Haw. spray at moderate pressure. Apply FERTILIZING NOW!

thorne, upon being selected as this mixture during warm ,
the first place state winner in i sunny weather completely coo FORMULA f

the small herd division of the. ering the foliage.Senate MARICO PLANT FOOD
Efficient Dairy Production )IE/e1lRE 1'ii1Rf' tTitE

r Award Program. Mr. and Mrs. Leaders GARDEN !
Dickerson were presented a
and check
beautiful plaque a
Have To Sell
for $50 last night at the Dairy
J_..,*,; tttnnnpt held in the n

Student Service Center on the Rights PackageWASHINGTON Heavy MAR GROW MARICO

campus of the University of LAWN
Florida. (AP) Senate Duty I \ &

Spring Hanest Begins leaders face the task todayof RUBBER GARDEN

Harvesting of spring vege- winning support for a batchof TIRE Azalea
table crops is now in progress, & Camellia,
with light yields being reported compromise amendments WHEELBARROW PLANT

from beans, squash and cu- aimed at cracking the long civil
cumbers. Poor stands and re- rights stalemate. i\ FOOD .
stricted growth due to the late
Key Republican and Democratic
freeze are responsible for manyof Reg. 7.98 3
senators the
agreed on 50 Lbs.
the low
yields. compromise package Wednesdayafter ;- '
Setting of fruit on watermelons -
their sixth meeting with E
ranges from just set to Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy.The $
fruit jar size while some canta- $ Sw88
loupes are the size of grape- next step will be an ef-

fruit A few growers plan to fort by the leaders to sell the _
scrap over their cantaloupe proposed changes to their rank-I
fields around the 25th of this and-file members at party cau- Oscillating
month. cuses-on Tuesday for the Republicans 1 -

We have had several inquiries and probably for the I PREMIER LAWN \

regarding top killing of po Democrats, too. SPHAGNUM
tatoes. Several methods are The big question is whetherthe .' SPRINKLERS

used: ((1) Mechanical mowingor amendments, which restrictthe
rotary beating is used to scope of the House bill, will PEAT Briggs & Stratton Motor! COVERS

some extent. Advantages are make it possible to win over 6'x8' TO

that no chemical residues re- enough senators to invoke cloture -I MOSS 20-Inch Rotary Mower 30' TO 60"
main and it removes tall weeds and thus shut off the Southern -

and heavy growth, however oratory blocking action on I 3 Cu. Ft. 4 recoilstaffer. Reg. 43.88 Now MANUUCTUUO ir
21/2 h.p. cycle engine
plants tend to regrow and not the measure. I "Control-a-matic" throttle MARICO INC., OCALA, FLA.
die down which can perpetuate Republican Leader Everett M.I controls for starting $
i setting 39 $ 98
weed, insect and disease prob- Dirksen appears to have the, $ 69 operating and stopping the 3 MARICO BRAND
lems. (2)) The use of oil and tougher task ,since he concededhe : 2 engine. Front discharge chute

gas burners of several types must produce 25 of the 33 Republican -j with off-set wheel. Semi-pneu- Leaf Mulcher
has been used with varied success senators if. cloture is tobe matic tires. Included
but a second burning of achieved. --- - - -

the tops is generally necessary.
This eliminates insects, diseases Plastic Black All Gro-Tone FOR YOUR LAWN-USE
South Viet NaulNo
and leaves no chemical residue Garden Gold Vinyl
but the cost is high. The I' MARICO 8.8-8 PELLETS

third method is chemically killing Jets Used HOSE COW SE PELLETS
the tops with DNBP or .. f
DNBP plus DNAF|. 'The most (c) New York Times I MANURE NOW-FOR PROMPT -= =
readily available formulationis SAIGON, South Viet Nam : 25 Ft. 50 Lb. Bag r
the mixture sold as a three 'May 13 U. S. Secretary of1 II 50 Lb. 50Fr. GARDEN '
pound gallon material un Defense Robert McNamara an SERVICE 'rMBER
per ; (
der the trade name of Premergeor nounced today that the U.S. 88 $250 $299 $298
Sinox PE. will send 75 skyraider dive DIAL 376.4352

Spray at least 10 days before bombers to South Viet Nam to

harvest with two to three!quartsof replace war-worn aircraft being I
three pounds per gallon ma- flown by American and Vietnamese ,
terial per acre prepared as follows pilots.

: Mix one pint'of a non- He ruled out use of B-57s or|

: Ionic emulsifier in five, gallons any other jet fighters in the, CENTRAL SHOPPING 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-0476
f of fuel oil and mulsify! in :35 war against Communist Viet-] PLAZA" PLENTY OF FREE PARKING FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT

gallons of water, then add the Cong insurgents. I: USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE




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Thursday, May 14, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21


1. C. K. 4 Marie Hammon ," 29-9-20. Com. at SW FOR SANITARY SEWER .
Gainesville Hts ,
A RESOLUTION FIXING THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE CON 4. T. J. Si Mary Downs PB A-160. Lot 17 -. \ cor of SWVi run N In' Nw 23rd-Avenue, from its Intersection with an alley east of NW 13th Street
EASEMENTS STRUCTION OF SANITARY SEWER LINES IN CERTAIN STREETS AND Blk B MOO 150.00 :0. 38 min E 662.6 ft S to its intersection with an alley west of NW 6th Street.
89 26 min 52.3
Gainesville Hts. Deg Total length of line 2.275.00 ft.
POB S 89 deg.
ft to
Total front footage ft445600ft.
PB A160. Lot 20 4..571.00
TO THE PROPERTY OWNERS Blk B 30.00 150.00 u't- It mm Front footage to be assessed .
J 6. Mabel V. Snyder Gainesville Hts. : N31MinE311.2ftf Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
WHEREAS under the provisions ot Ordinance No. 1127. passed by the City PB A-160 Lot 21 ;f- 89 deg. 26 min. Total assessment $1X06800
Commission on the 7th day of January A.D. 1963 certain sanitary sewer lines Blk B 50.00 150.00 E411.1ftN31min.E81.iftN89deg. ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
were ordered to be constructed. a portion of which were identified as 6026-C in 7. J. F. & Janie Osteen Gainesville Rts. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
said Ordinance No. 1127 and are specifically described in the Schedule 26minW2lft .
PB A-160. Lots 24 1. C. A Pound Oak Park. PB A-
attached hereto and by this reference hereby made a part hereof; and Si 25. Blk B 100.00 300.00 N34minE2l2.9ftN 116. Lots IX 14. 15,
WHEREAS said work in Section 6026-C: has been accomplished in accordance i 89 deg. 26 min. E 16. 17. 18. 19. 20
with the plans and specifications therefore and the same is hereby acceptedand ASSESSMENT ROLL 29 ft N 3 deg. 49 min. Blk E less R-W.
approved; FOR SANITARY SEWERIn E 652.711 N 89 DB 356-328 less
NOW. THEREFORE. NW 28th Avenue from its intersection with NW 6th Street to Its intersectionwith deg. 26 min. W that part of Lot 13
J BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF GAINESVILLE: NW 4th Street. 462.6 ft S 34 "'in. as per OR 256-161 37X50 1120.50
Section 1. That the total cost of said sewer I lines is in each instance equal Total length of line 53500ft. W 296.7 ft N 88 2. Hadley 4 Weseman Oak Park PB A-
to the estimated and advertised cost thereof as set forth in Ordinance No. 1127 Total Front 1.254.00 ft. deo. 42 min. W 1064 176Lat213W16ft.
I and the rate of assessment Footage ftN3lmin.E 22 Btk E 64 00 W.M
per front foot upon abutting property fronting on 1.254.00 ft. of Lot
Front to assessed
Footage be
said improvements is hereby ordained to be the amount set forth in the Rate S 3.00 front ft 204.7 ft N 89 deg. 3. Hadley 4 Weseman Oak Park PB A-
of assessment
per ., .
f assessment roll therefor. which Is hereto attached, and by this reference : 26 min 209 ft S 38 176 E 34 ft. of Lot
Total Assessment
Hereby made a min. W 1233 ft 4
part hereof. ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO'NO. f 22 & W 32 ft. Of Lot
I Section 2. That the assessment rolls for each of the sewer lines listed areattached DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 1 acre OR 29.137- 23. Blk E MOO 191.00
II hereto and the same are hereby adopted and confirmed and each Gainesville Heights -. includes Theatre 4. Hadley S. Weseman Oak Park, PB A-
Ina Ellis
1. W. E. 8. L089.80L
I and every one of the assessments shown thereon is hereby declared to be. PB A-160 Lot 6. pp. 696.60 176. E 18 ft. of Lot
and shall remain legal valid and binding liens upon the property. against Blk B 127.00 381.00 E. W. 4 Elizabeth Holder (EWH) 29920. S 330 ft of 23 1 Lot 24 Ilk E 61.00 20400
which said assessments are made until the same are paid in accordance ,with Gainesville Heights. W414ftofNWSSEV4 5. H. B. 4 Jennie Hoyt Oak Park. PB A-
2. G.
Benita Staples of SW'4 41400 1242.00 116.Lot133WVsof

law.Section 3. That this Resolution the attached description of the sanitary sewer 10 PB 4 A-160 11. Lots Blk B 7, 150.00 450.00 3. Douglas B. Brooks 29+20 W 104 2.3 Lot 14. Blk F 75.10 225.00
lines so constructed, and the ft of E 90591 ft Of H. PB A176 .
assessment rolls shall be published one time in Gainesville Heights. 6. J. Coates Oak Park
the Gainesville 3. Mary E. Ridgell & H. W. Wells N 208 2 3 ft Of S
Sun a newspaper of general circulation published in this City PB A-160 Lots 14 EVl; Lot 14 3
and each special assessment shown on the attached roll shall bear interest Blk B 100.00 300.00 868 2.3 ft Of SW'/4 Lot 15. BIt F 75.00 225.00
from such publication date at the rate and under the conditions as set forth Gainesville 15. Heights.PB & 4 1-3 ft adl.| on E 7. Catherine C. Byerly Oak Park PB A.
r In said Ordinance" No. 1127 unless paid within thirty (30) days from such 4. J. F. Si Janie Osteen A-160 Lots 18. side of S 100 ft of 327.00 176. Lot 16 3 W'II

publication. 19, 22 23. Blk B 200.00 600.00 prec. description. 109.00 of Lot 17. elk F 5.00 225.00
Section 4. The Clerk of the Commission is hereby directed to mail to each Gainesville Heights.PB 4. Finnic B. Hill 29920. N 280 ft of I. H. W. 4 Sarah Crlswcll Oak Park P8 A.
5. J. F. Si Janie Osteen -
property owner shown on the attached assessment roll within five (5) days A-160 Lot 26. S94OftofES35ftof 176. EVs of Lot 17
from the date of the publication of the assessment roll as called for in Section 3 elk B. 50.00 150.00 SWVi less R-W 3 Lot 1$. 81k F 75.00 22300
of this Resolution a bill for the actual amount due by him according to said Of 6th St. 50500 1,51500 9. W. F. 4 Dorothy R. Slaymaker Sr. Oak Park. PI A116. .
assessment roll. SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Lot 19 3 WYI
PASSED this nth day of May. A.D. 1964. 1. Leila Adkinson Gainesville Heights of Lot 20. Blk F 75.00 225.00
-Howard: McKinney P8 A-I60 Lot I.Blk SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 10. R. H. 4 Lillian B lodge tt Oak Park. PB A.
Mayor-Commissioner A 127.00 381.00 1. L G. Lee Oak Park. PB A- 176. EYI of lot 20
ATTEST: 176. Lot 12 4 WM 3. Lot 21 Blk F 75.00 225.00
2. G. A. & Geraldine Sarvar Gainesville Heights,
James M. Price. Jr.. Lot 11. Blk C 75.00 225.00 P8 A.
PB A-160 Lots 4 & 11. R. E. 4 Frances Hussey Oak Park.
Acting Clerk of the Commission 5. Blk AGainesville 100.00 300.00 2. V. W. 4 Dorothy Carlisle Ok Park. PB A- 176. lot 22 3 W'12 of
SCHEDULE Heights. 116Lot103EVaLot lot 23. Blk F 75.00 225.00
.n26-C 3. T. Henniburger PB A-160 Lot 6. 11. Blk C 7500 225.00 12. R. F. 4 Mary Phillips Oak Park PB A176 .
1. ,-Northwest 30th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 6th Street Blk A.Gainesville. 50.00 150.00 3. C. A. 4 Martha Rou Oak Park PB A- E'12 Lot 23 3
to its intersection with Northwest 4th. Street 176, Lot 9 WM Lot 24. Blk F 75.00 225.00
2. In Northwest 29th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 6th Street /. W. D. S\ Emma McCallum PB A-160 Lot Heights.7. Lot 8, : C 75.00 225.00

to its intersection with Northwest 4th Stt set; Blk A 50.00 150.00 4. Thelma H. Blackwood Oak Park. PB A- 13. Wesley Community Methodist Oak Park PB A.
3. In Northwest 28th Avenue. from intersection with Northwest- 6th Street 176. Lot 7 4 EM Church 176. Lots 13. U. 15.
Gainesville Heights.
to its intersection with Northwest 4th Street 5. R. E. & Betty Allen. Jr. PB A.160 Lot 8 Si Lot 8. Blk C 75.00 225.00 16. 17. 18. 19. 20 21.
4. in Northwest 27th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 6th Street W 12'/i ft Lot 9. 5. Marion Lucille Cannady Oak Park. PB A- 22. Blk G 500.00 1500.00
to its intersection witn Northwest 4th Street; Blk AGainesville 62.50 187.50 176. Lot 6 3 WY2 14. D. J. 4 Letht Dale Oak Park, PI A.
\ 5. in Northwest 26th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 6th Street McCallum Heights. Lot 5. Blk C 75.00 225.00 176. Lot 23. Blit G 50.00 150.00
6. H. 8 Joyce
to jts intersection with Northwest 4th Street; PB A-160 E 37Vi ft ,. W. A. 4 Doris Andrews Oak Park PB A- 15. C. O. & Nola Dampier Oak Park PB A.
6. In Northwest 4th street from its intersection with Northwest 31st Lane ofLotf&W25nLot 176, Lot:1 4 EViLot 176. Lot 24. B/k/ G SO.OO 150.00
to Its intersection with Northwest 26th Avenue; 10. Blk A. 62.50 187.50 S, C. 75.00 225.00 16. Mrs. T. C. Greene Oak Park PB A.
7. In Northwest 8th Street from its intersection with Northwest 22nd Avenue Gainesville Heights. 7. I. 4 Verna Cauthen Oak Park PB A- 176. lot 15. Blk H 50-00 150."
7. W. D. & Emma McCallum
to its intersection Northwest 26th Avenue PBA160E25ftofLot 176, Lot 3 4 WMLot 17. L L. 4 Clovia Barnett Oak Park, PB A.
8. In Northwest 8th lire,?, from its intersection with Northwest 26th Avenue. 103.W37Kft 2. Blk C. 75.00 225.00 176. Lot 16. Blk H 50.00 150.00
9. run 2C9 feet North; Lot 11. Blk A 62.50 187.50 8. C. A. 4 Mary Demaree Oak Park PB A- 18. W. H. 4 Mary Bussell Jr. Oak Park PB A176 .
In Northwest 25th Avonu from its intersection with Northwest 12th Street S. Olive Hansen Gainesville Heights.PB 176. Lot 1 k& EMLet lot 17. Ilk H SO.OO 150.00
to its intersection with an alley West of Northwest 6th Street; A.160 E 12Vi 2, C. 75.00 225.00 19. D. T. 4 Marie Jernigan Oak Park. P8 A.
10. In Northwest 24th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 12th Street ft Lot 11 Si Lot 12 f. W. A. 4 Annie Wallace Oak Park. PB A- 176. Lots 18. 1'.
to its intersection with an alley West of Northwest *th Stre' A.Gainesville. 62.50 187.50 116Lot123W'Lot Blk H 100.00 300.00
11. In Northwest 23rd Avenue from i-- '. Blk 11. Blk B. 75.00 225.00 A176.
9. J. B. Cawley Heights. 20. J. W. & Martha Tipton Oak Plrk. PB -
ortnw-si 13th Street to its intersection with an alley West of Northwest i' PB A.160 Lot 13, 10. G. E. 4 Elma Helzel Oak Park. PB A176 Lot 2G. 21, 22.Blk ,
6th- Streetr Btk A. 50.00 150.00 Lot 10 4 EM H 150.00 45G.00
12. 'r No to its intersection with Northwest 10th Street; 11. Arthur M. 4 Kathryn W. Oak Park. PB A. 176. Lot 23. 81k H 50.00 1SO.00
13. In Nortrtwes. 22nd Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 10th Street ASSESSMENT ROLL McNeely 176. Lot 9 4 WM
run 100 feet East; FOR SANITARY SEWERIn Lot 8. Blk P. 75.00 22500 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION

14. In Northwest 21st Avenue from Its intersection with in alley East of NW 27th Avenue. from its intersection with NW 6th Street to its Intersectionwith 12. F. C. 4 Erma Mahn Oak Park. PB A- 1. C. A. Pound Oak Park, PB A.
Northwest 13th Street to its intersection with Northwest 10th Street; NW 4th Street. 176 Lot 7 4 EM 176. Lots 5 to n
1$. in Northwest 21st Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 10th Street. Total length of line 565.00 ft. Lot 8. Blk B. 7500 225.00 Including Blk L 3alley
run 450 feet East; Total Front Footage 1.200.00 ft. 13. G. E. 4 Elma Helzel Oak Park. PB A- adl. IS per
16. In Northwest 21st Avenue, from its intersection 176. Lot 6 4 WM Lot
with Northwest 16th Terrace Front Footage to be assessed 1.200.00 ft. DB 317-3n less R.
to Intersection with Northwest 13th Street I Rate of Assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. 5. Blk B. 75.00 225.00 W DB 320.331. less
18. In Northwest 12th Terrace, from its intersection with Northwest 19th Lane Total Assessment $360000 14 E. L. 4 Clyde Williams Oak Park. PB A- that part of Lot 10.Bk .
to Its intersection with Northwest 18th Avenue 176 Lot 4 4 EM
19. In northwest 19th Lane from its intersection with Northwest 12th Terrace. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 5 Blk B 75.00 225.00 per OR 256-15. 375.00 1,125.00
run 150 feet West 1. L. M. & Sarah Coullias Belvedere Heights 15. K. S. Bullen Oak Park PB A- 2. R. W. 4 Gladys Jones Oak Park. PB A.
20. In Northwest 12th Street from Its intersection with Northwest 18th Avenue PB B-86 Lot 22. 176- Lot 3 4 WM 176. Lots 3. 4. BIk
! to i.s intersection with Northwest 161h Avenue; Blk A 150.00 450.00 Lot 2. Blk B. 75.00 225.00 L 3 alley adlas
21. In Northwest 19th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 10th Street 2. C. J. Si Mary Wood Belvedere Heights 16. J. M. 4 Virginia Boles Oak Park PB A. per DB 317.375 100.00 300.00
to its intersection with Northwest 7th Street; PB B-86 Lots 15. 176 Lot 1 4 EM 3. L. W. Drummond Oak Park. PB A.
22. In Northwest 19th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 7th Street 16. 17 4 18. Blk A 100.00 300.00 Lot 2. Blk B. 75.00 225.00 176. Lots 1 3 LBik
run 150 feet East; 17. E. W. 4 Virginia Robinson Oak Park PB A- L 100.00 300.110
Halbrook. Jr. Belvedere Heights.
3. H. H. S\ Louise
23. In Northwest 9th Street from its intersection with Northwest 19th Avenue PB B-86 Lots 11. 176 Lot 14 4 W 20 4. Martha S. 4 G. F. Duke Jr. Oak Park PI A.
to its intersection with Northwest 17th Avenue; 12. 13. 4 14 Blk A 100.00 300.00 ft Lot 13. Blk A. 70.00 210.00 176. lots 10. 11. 12,
24. In Northwest 17th Avenue, from its Intersection with Northwest 9th Street. 18. S. R. 4 Mary Fagan Oak Park. PB A- Blk K 150.00 450.00

25. run In 200 feet East 4. 0. E. 8. Edna Haufler Belvedere Heights. 176. W 40 ft of Lot12&E30ltofLot 5. T. C. 4 Eleanor Hale Oak Park PB A.
Northwest 18th Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 9th Sreet PB B-86 Lots 8. 9. 176. W 35 ft. of
run 150 feet East; 4 10, Blk A 7500 225.00 13. Blk A 70.00 210.00 lot 7 3 Lots 13 ,.
26. In Northwest 7th Street from its 19. 4 Blanche Shields Oak Park, PB A-
intersection with Northwest 19th Avenue, 5. Sam Si Noreen Hill Belvedere Heights T. E. 01k K 135.00 40.5.00
21. run In 600 feet South; PB B-86 Lots 5. 4 176. W 10 ft of Lot 6. J. S. 4 Edna Gardiner Oak Park. PB A.
4i Urr.im.eti Sin Street from its intersection with Northwest 19th Avenue 4 7. Blk A. 75.00 225.00 10 4 Lot 113E10 116. W 25 ft. of
to its intersection with Northwest 20th Avenue 6. L. S. & Louise Echols, Jr. Belvedere Heights ft of Lot 12. Blk A. 70.00 210.00 Lots 5 3. 6 3. E 15
28. In Northwest 19th Lane from its intersection with Northwest 8th Street PB B-86 Lots 1, 2, 20. J. A. 4 Billie Rawls. Jr. Oak Park PB A- ft. of Lot 7. B/k/ Ie fO.OO 270.00
to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 3. 4 4. Blk A. 100.00 300.00 176. W 30 ft Of Lot93E40ftofLot 7. H. W. & Elizabeth Varies Oak Park PB A176 .
f 29. In Northwest 20th Avenue, from its intersection with Northwest 8th Street Lot 4 3 E 25
to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 10. Blk A 70.00 210.00 ft. of Lot 5. Blk Ie 75.00 225.00
30. In Northwest. 22nd" Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 8th Street 1. C. P. 4 Muriel Turlington Belvedere 21. Maddie M. Flowers Oak Park PB A- .. J. L. & Cecilia Ptacek Oak Park. PB A.
to s m.e, sec x\ wi.h Northwest 6ih Street; PB B-86 Heights 176.Lot83E20ft 176. Lot 3 3 WY2
31. In Northwest 7th Terrace. from its intersection with Northwest 22nd Avenue Blk B. 150.00 45000 of Lot 9, Blk A. 70.00 210.00 of Lot 2. Blk K 75.00 225.00
to its intersection with Northwest 20th Avenue; 2. J. W. 4 Agnes Stanford Belvedere Heights. 22. Hazel P. Deen Oak Park. PB A- f. H. W I. Grade Davis Oak Park. PB A116 .
32. In Northwest 7th Street from its intersection with Northwest 20th Avenue PB B-86 Lots 14, 176. Lots 6 4 7 BlkA&7Y2ftE&W Lot 1 3 EVa of
to its intersection with Northwest 22nd Avenue; 15. 16. 17 318 Lot 2. Blk K 75.00 225.00
33. In Northwest 12th Street from its intersection with Northwest 25th Avenue Blk B 125.00 375.00 adi on E side. OR 10. J. R. 4 Ruth Phillips Oak Park. PB A.
t to its Intersection with Northwest 21st Avenue 3. H. C. 4 Catherine Worley Belvedere Heights. 143-236 107.50 32250 176. Lots 1. L 3. I.Blk .
34. In Narth\ est 26th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 8th Street (Clayton) PB B-86 Lots 11. 23. P. J. 4 Helen Tew Oak Park PB A- J 204.50 613.50
to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 12. 4 13. 81k B. 75.00 225.00 176 Lot 1 4 part 11. W. M. 4 Lydia Rogers 32--20. W 171 ft. of
36. In en easement described as. commence at Northwest 12th Terrace and 4. E. W. 4 Emma Burch Belvedere Heights. adi alley. Blk A 14250 427.50 E 1101 ft. of N 6-41
Northwest 19th Lane run thence North to Northwest 21st Avenue PB B-U Lots 9 4 ft. of NE i/.of
31. In Northwest 8th Court from its intersection with Northwest 23rd Avenue, 10. Blk B 50.00 150.00 I \ NW14 171.00 513.00
run 503 feet South; 5. Anna M. Rossell Belvedere Heights. 'ASSESSMENT ROLL 12. C. C '& Irene Gunn Glen Springs Road
38. In Northwest 19th Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street PB B-86 Lots 7 4 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn : 5-D. PB C.35.
to iis intersection with Northwest .t". Street; 8. Blk B 50.00 150.00 NW 24th Avenue from its intersection with NW 12th Street to its intersectionwith Lots t. 10. 11. 12,
39. In Northwest 19th Avenue trop its intersection with Northwest 4th Street. 6. J. L 4 Anne Reynolds Belvedere Heights an alley West of NW 6th Street. less that part of
run 450 feet East; PB B.86 Lots 3. 4. Total length of line 1.74900 ft. Lot 12 ill per OR
40. In Northwest 4th Street from )ts intersection with Northwest 19th Avenue 5. 4 6, Bk B 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 3.577.50 ft. 255-585 200.00 600.00
to its intersection with Northwest 51st Avenue; 7. L. S. 4 Mary Echols Belvedere Heights.PB Front footage to be assessed 3.585.00 ft. 13. H. M. Umbarger Glen Springs Road
41. In Northwest 19th Lane from Its intersection with Northwest 6th Street B.86 Lots 1 4 Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. S.D. PB C35. Lots
to its intersection with Northwest 2nd Street; 2. Blk B. 50.00 15000 Total assessment 10755.00 7 3 100.00 00.00
42. In Northwest 2nd Street from Its intersection with Northwest 19th Lane. ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 14. Frances D. Fa brick Glen Springs Road.
43. In Northwest 21st Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 4th Street ASSESSMENT ROLL 1. Rachel Albertson Oak Park PB A- lots .5 S 6 100.00 300.00
to its intersection with Northwest 2nd Street; FOR SANITARY SEWER 176. Lot 13 4 WM 15. W. L & Cecelia Ward Glen Springs Road
..... In Northwest 20th Avenue. from its intersection 'with" Northwest '4th Streetto In N.W. 26th Avenue frorr its intersection with N.W. 6th Street to N.W. 4th Street. Lot 14. Blk C 75.00 225.00., 5-D PB C-35.
its intersection with Northwest 2nd Street; Total length of line 507.00 Ft. 2. Bonnie Tadlock Oak Park PB A. 1 Lot 1 3 .112M S46.00
45. In Northwest 23rd Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 3rd Terrace Total front footage t.190.oo Ft. 176 Lot 15 4 EM _....,
to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; Front footage to be assessed 1 190.00 Ft. Lot 14, Blk C 7500 225.00
46. In Northwest 22nd Avenue. from Its intersection with Northwest 3rd Terrace Rate of Assessment $ 3.00 per front foot 3. C. W. 4 Abrena Sandefur Oak Park. PB A- ASSESSMENT ROLL
to its intersection with Northwest 6tti Street; Total Assessment $357000 176. Lot 16 4 WM FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
47. In Northwest 21st Lane from itj intersection with Northwest 3rd Terrace ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot 17 Blk C 75.00 225.00 N.W. 22nd Avenue from its Intersection with N.W. 12th Street to Its Intersec
to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 4. J. T. 4 Annie Wilson Oak Park PB A- lion with N.W. 10th Street.
43. In Northwest 3rd Terrace from ift Intersection with Northwest 23rd Avenue 1. R. W. 4 Marlorie Justice Belvedere Hts. 176. lot 18 4 EM Total length of line 650.00 Ft.
to its intersection with Northwest 21,.t Avenue; PB B-86 Lot 26, Lot 17 Blk C 75.00 225.00 Total front footage 1200.00 Ft.
50. In an easement described as commence at Northwest 19th Circle 500 Blk B 150.00 450.00 5. L O. 4 Grace Lynn Oak Park. PB A. Front footage to be assessed 1100.00 Ft.
feet West of Northwest 16th Terrace, thence run South 250 feet thence 2. D. L. 4 Linda Evey Belvedere Hts. 176, Lot 19 4 WM Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot
Easterly along North side ot creek 200 feet; PB B-86. Lots 27 4 Lot 20, Blk C 75.00 225.00 Total Assessment $3.30000
51. In an easement described as. commence 250 feet South of Northwest 19th 28. Blk B 50.00 150.00 ,. Louise L Horn. Oak Park PB A- ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
Circle and 500 feet West of Northwest 16th Terrace thence run Westerly 3. L S. 4 Rosalie Niper Belevedere Hts. 176 Lot 21 4 EM NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
along North side of creek 700 feet to Manhole 100. 6026-G; PB B-86, Lots 29 4 Lot 20 Blk C 75.00 225.00 1. J. & Mable Williams (Johnnie) Oak Park PB A-
52. In an easement described! as. commence at Southwest corner of Lot 15. 30. Blk B 50.00 150.00 7. J. L 4 Pearl Hubbard Oak Park. PB A- 176 Lot 13 4 WM
Glenbrook Subdivision Plat Book F. Page 30. Public Records of Alachua 4. M. L 4 Margaret Criswell Belvedere Hts. 176. Lot 22 4 WM of Lot 14, Blk K 7500 22500
County. Florida thence run North to Northwest corner of Lot 15. thence PB B-86. Lots 31 4 Lot 23. Blk C 75.00 225.00 2. R. E. 4 Shirley Sommer Oak Park PB A-
run east to Southwest corner of Lot 20) 32. Blk B 50.00 150.00 I. G. R. 4 Elizabeth Rogers Oak Park PB A- 176. Lot 15 4 EM
t 53. In an easement described as. commence at Southwest corner of Lot 19, 5. Charlene Moore Belvedere Hts. 176. Lot 24 4 EM of Lot 11. Blk K 7500 225.00
Glenbrook Subdivision. Plat Book F. page 30. of the Public Records of I PB B-86 Lots 33 4 Lot 23 Blk C 75.00 225.00 1. W. C. & Lillian Randol Oak Park PB A.
Alachua County. Florida. thence run North to Northeast corner of Lot 17; 34. Blk B 50.00 15000 f. W. H. 4 Isabel Cartwright Oak Park PB A- 176. Lot 16 8. WM
54. In Northwest 21st Avotue. from its intersection with Northwest 7th Street 6. J. R. 4 Rosa Barwick Belvedere Hts 176 Lots 13 4 14, of Lot 17, Blk K 7500 22300
run 100 feet East; PB B-S6. Lots 35. Blk B 100.00 300.00 4. Verna M. Taylor Oak Park PB A'
55. In an alley West of Northwest 6th Street from its Intersection with 36, 37 38 39 4 40. 10. P. D. & (lean Meibaum Oak Park PB A- 176. Lot 18 4 EM
t Northwest 23rd Avenue. run 150 feet North; Blk BBelvedere 150.00 45000 176 Lot 15 Blk B 50.00 150.00 of Lot 17, Blk K 7500 225.00
57. In Northwest 23rd Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 16th Terrace 7. J. R. 4 Rosa Barwick Hts. .11. Ralph Lee 4 Lula B. Bass Oak Park, PB A- 5. T. S. 8. Leressa Copeland oak Park PB A.
run 250 feet East PB B-86, Lots 41, 176 Lot 16. Blk B SO.OO 150.00 176, lot 193.W23
42, 43 4 44. Btk B 100.00 300.00 12. T. C. 4 Mattie Darby Oak Park PB A176 Ft. of Lot 20,
t ASSESSMENT ROLL Park Blk B 5000 150.00176.Lotl$3W20 Blk K 75.00 22300
FOR SANITARY SEWER SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 13. J. M. 4 Helen Varnetl Oak PB A- .. D. E. & Barbara Pearson Oak Park PB A-
In NW 30th Avenue from its intersection with NW 6th Street to its intersection 1. Mary E. Moratto 29.9.20 N 443 Ft of 176.E25FtofLot
with NW 4th Street. S 905 Ft Of E 590 ft of Lot 19, Blk B 70.00 21000 20 81 Lot 21,
Total length of tine 5"5.00' ft. Ft ofW628.5ft.of .' .11. F. C. 4 Erma Mahn Oak Park. PB A' Blk K 75.00 22500
Total front footage 1.254.00 ft. EW E of St less S 176 E 30 ft Of Lot 7. R. D. 8. Mary Black Oak Park PB A-
Front footage to be assessed 1.25..00. ft. 190.25 Ft of N 270.25Ft 19 4 W 40 ft of Lot 176 Lot 22 Blk K 50.00 150.00
Rte of assessment $ 3,00 per front ft. of W 300 Ft. 590.00 1,770.00 20. Blk B 70.00 21000
Total assessment $376200 15. D. R. 4 Lilian Brown Oak Park PB A- SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 176. E 10 ft of Lot203Lot213W 1. T. A. 4 Nancy Larkin Oak Park PB A-
1. W. E. 4 Ina Ellis Gainesville Heights FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 10 ft Of Lot 22, Lot 11. Blk N 75.00 225.00
PB A-169 Lots 3. 4. NW 4th Street. from Us intersection with NW 31st Lane to Its Intersection with Blk B 70.00 210.00 2. R. A. L Emma Sommer Oak Park PB A-
S-'63W7ftofLot NW 26th Avenue. 14. Robert E. & Sara R. Grubbs Oak Park PB A. 176 W 42 Ft of
7. Blk D 284.00 852.00 Total length of line 1.751.70 ft. 176. E 40 ft of Lot Lot 10 & EM of
2. J. M. 4 Patricia Stanley Gainesville Heights. Total Front Footage 3.254 57 ft. 22 4 W 30 ft of Lot Lot 11 Blk N ".00 201.00
PBA160E43ftofLot Front footage to be assessed 2.059.13 ft. 23, Blk B 70.00 210.00 I. Ivy & Irene Dees Oak Park PB A-
71. W 24 ft of Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 17. H. N. & Alice Grussemyer Oak Park PB A- 176. Lot & E 8 Ft
Lot 8, Blk D 67.00 201.00 Total Assessment 16.177.39 176 E 20 ft Of Lot of Lot 10, Blk N 58.00 17400
X N. E. 4 Marjorie Bingham Gainesville Heights. ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Oak Lot 24 Alt B. 70.00 210.00 .. Vivian Starling Oak Park PB A-
PB A.160 E 26 ft of NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 18. S. 4 Pearl DIxon (Spencer) Park PB 176 Lots 7 31,
Lot 8 4 W 41 ft of 1. J. A. 4 Betty Veitik Hazen Estates. 176 Lot 15 4 WM Blk N 100.00 300.00
Lot 9. Btk D 67.00 201.00 PB Lot 1. Lot 16 Blk A 7500 22500 i. Hazel T. Mounts Oak Park PB A-
.. H. D. 4 Faye Stewart Gainesville Heights. Blk All 4550 196.S0 19. E. S. 4 Mary Crenshaw Oak Park PB A- 176 Lot 6 Si WM
PB A-160 E 9 ft of 2. E. G. 4 Yolanda Powell Hazen Estates. 176 Lot 17 4 EM Lot 5. Blk N 75.00 27500
Lot 93Lot103W PB D-17 Lot 2, Lot 16 Blk A 75.00 22500 6. Fordyce 8. Parrish S. Associates Oak Park. PB A-
8 ft of Lot 11. Blk D 67.00 201.00 Blk AHazen 65.50 196.50 20. J. M. 4 Genie Wade Oak Park PB A- 176 Lot 4 & EM of
5. W. E. 4 Ina Ellis Gainesville i I HeightsPB 3. P. E. 4 Kathryn Frierson Estates. 116. Lot 18 4 WM Lot 5 Blk N 75.00 225.00
A.160 E 42 ft ofLot113W25ftof PB D-17 Lots X 4. Lot 19. Blk A 75.00 225.00 7. R. N. 4 Hattie Griggs Oak Park. PB A'
4 5. Blk A. 195.70 587.10 21. M. D. 4 Evelyn Congleton Oak Park. PB A- 176 WM of Lot 2 &
M Lot 12. Blk D. 67.00 201.00 176 Lot 20 4 EM Lot ;3 Blk N 75.00 225.00
,. T. R. 4 Lucite French\ Gainesville i I Heights EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION Lot 19, Blk A 75.00 225.00 I. R. D. & Agnes Lowry Oak Park. PB A-
1 PB A 160 E 25 ft 1. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 29-9-20, Com. 748'4 22. B. M. 4 Violet Raiford Oak Park. PB A- 176EVsofLot23.Lot
-' Lot 12 8. Lot 13. ft W of SE cor. 176 Lot 21 4 WM 1 Blk N 75.00 225.00
7 "':. .::. Blk D. 75.00' 225.00 run W1214ftN Lot 22 Blk A 75.00 225.00
'. 1320ftE40ftN 23. M. L. & Edith Cason. Jr. Oak Park. PB A.
a -* SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 1320 ft E 161 ft N 176. EM Lot 22 4 ASSESSMENT ROLL
1. W. E. 4 Ina Ellis. VJ. Gainesville Heights 488V ft E 1070 ft S312ft3W4oftof Lot 23 Blk A 4 7M FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
PB A-160 Lot 1, ft E3Wadl.on| NW 22nd Avenue from its Intersection with NW 10th Street run 100 feet East.
A Blk I CGainesville 121.00 381.00 SW' of SEV4 1,73243 5.197.29 OakiPark 143-234 8X50 24750 Total length of line 137.00 ft.
I. B. 4 Bertha Tillman Heights 24. Clara Posey PB A- Total front footage 40900ft.
PB A.160 Lot 8. ASSESSMENT ROLL 176. W 62 ft of Front footage to be assessed 409.00 ft.
Bill CGainesville 50.00 150.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER .' Lots4i53ThftE&WonWside Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
I. W. E. 4 Ina Ellis T Heights, In NW 8th Street fro 's Intersection with NW 22nd Avenue to Its Intersectionwith Total assessment S1.227.00
PB A160i.ot 9, I NW 26th Avenue. Blk A 69 JO. 208.50 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
B* CGainesville 5&00150.00 Total length of line 1.294.10 ft. 25. J. W. Strawn Oak Park PB A- NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE ASSESSED
4. W. E. 4 Ina Ellis 5- Heights.. Total front footage 2.264.67 ft. 176 Lots 445 1. Irene L Harvey Oak Park. PB A-
PB A-160 Lot 12 SiIX .- Front footage to be assessed 608.67 ft. Blk A less W 62 ft. 73.00 219.00 .. Lots 5. 6.7.3
Blk C.Gainesville. 100.00 300.00 Rate of assessment $ 3.oo'per front ft. SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 8. Blk J 20450 41X50
5. J. F. 4 Katherine Hoyt I Heights ... Total Assessment $2.006.01
W 7 ft lot 17. I NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 176 WM Lot 11 4 1. Esther E. Coogle Oak Park. PB A-
Blk CGainesville 57.00 171.00 1. W. C. 4 Dons Kite 29.9.20. N 100 ft Of Lot 12. Blk F 75.00 225.00 176. W44ftofLot
.. D. B. 4 Helen Cowart i Heights.PB :. S 760 ft of W 100 ft 2. Nina A. Furois Oak Park. PB A. 3 & Lot 4, Blk O '''.00 212.00
A-160 E 43 ft of of E 801J8 ft Of 176 Lot 10 4 EM Of 2. Lennon Gore R. A. Kromer Oak Park. PB A-
Lot17SWl4ftofLot SWW 100.00 300.00 Lot 11. Blk F 75.00 225.00 176. Lots 1, 2. 8 E
20. Blk C 57.00 171.00 2. C. R. 4 Dorothy Smith 29920. N 108 23 ft X G. R. 4 Patricia Cauthen Oak Park PB A- 6 ft of Lots X Blk 0110.50 331.50
7. V. 4 Faye Layfield Gainesville i I Heights i of S 868 2.3 ft W 176 Lot 9 4 WM
PB A-160 E 36 ft 104 1-3 It of E Lot 8. Blk F 75.00 225.00
Lot 20 Si W 21 ft 805.01 ft of SWIM 108.67 326.01 4. F. R. 4 Betty Pound. Jr. Oak Park PB A- 'ASSESSMENT ROLL
.. Lot 21. Blk C 5700.. 17100 3. E. 4 Pearl Bielman (Emil) 29920. N 210 ft ofS4112.3ftOfE210 176. Lot 7 4 EM Of FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
I. Marlon R. Bodden' Gainesville Heights Lot 8. Blk F 75.00 225.00 NW 21st Avenue, from Hs Intersection with an alley East of NW 13th Streetto
oot PB A.160 E 29 ft ft of NWVi of SEW 5. J. H. 4 Ophelia Lentz Oak Park PB A- its intersection with NW lOtti Street.
: i- Lot2l&W21ftLot of SW'4 210.00 630.00 176. Let 6 4 WM : Total length of line 1.11900 ft.
24. Blk C 57.00 in.oo Lot 5. Blk F 75.00 225.00 Total front footage '.''5.00 ft.
?. J. U 4 Marlorle Boles Gainesville i I Heights, EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION 4. James R. 4 Doris Hooten, Oak Park, PB A- Front Footage to be assessed 2. 8500 ft.
PB A.160 E 22ft 1. J. H. 4 Mary Herbert. Jr 29920. W 125 ft Of 176 Lot 4 4 EM Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft.
lot 24 & Lot 25. E 660 ft of N 280 ft Lot 5, Blk F 7500 223.00 Total assessment $7,455.00
Blk C. 72.00 216.00 of S 940 ft of SWVi 280.00 840.00 7. Hope V. Stinger Oak Park. PB A- ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
ASSESSMENT ROLL I Lot 2. Blk F 15.00 225.00 1. U C. 4 Annie Hodge Oak Park PB A-
FOR SANITARY SEWER ASSESSMENT ROLL 8. G. W. 4 Geraldine Miskirnen Oak Park PB A- 176. Lot 14 less R-
In N.W. 29th Avenue from its intersection with N.W. 6th Street to Its Intersectionwith FOR SANITARY SEWER 176 Lot 13EVa W DB 310-454
Street In NW 8th Street from 1s intersection with NW 26th Avenue run 200 feet North. Lot 2, Blk F 75.00 22500 Blk M 125.00 27500
NT tat length of line 54000 Ft. A length of line 220.00 ft. 9. J. M. 4 Maurine Bullock Oak Park PB A- 2. L C. 4 Annie Hodge Oak Park. PB A-
Total front footage 1.254.00 Ft. Total front footage 461.75 rt. 176. Lots 11 4 12. 176. Lots 15 Si 16,
Front footage to be assessed 1254.00 Ft. Front footage to be assessed 461.75 ft. Blk G 100.00 300.00 M 100.00 30000
Rate of Assessment $ 3.00 per frost foot Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 10. E. Alonso Oak Park PB A- X G. C. 4 Mildred Spence Oak Park. PB A-
Total Assessment $3.762.00 Total assessment S1.38&25 176 Lot 10 Blk G 50.00 150.00 176 Lot 17 Btk M 50.00 no..
1. L R. 8. Elizabeth Means : Hts. 1. R. A. 4 Maide Price 29920. E 213 ftofW6OfftofN Lot S Parkk G 7500 3500 5. J. E. 4 Shirley Mehaffey Oak Park PB A.
PB A_160. Lot 6 .12. Ethel B. Phillips Oak PB A- 176 Lot 19. Blk M 50.00 150.00
Blk C 12700 38100 241.75 ft of SE'4 176. Lot 7 4 EM 6. A. M. 4 Mary Sanchez Oak Park PB A176 -,
2. Beulah Smith i of SW less W let 8, Blk G 75.00 225.00 Lot 20. elk M 5000 15000
PB A-160.e'ts.7"' 106.5 ft of S 13. Wesley Community Methodist Oak Park PB A- 7. E. P. 4 Grace Sykes Oak Park PB A-
10. Blk C 100.00 300.00 120.87 ft. 241.75 725.25 Church 176, Lots 5 3 6. 176 Lot 21. Blk M 30.00 150.00
X C. 4 Muriel Faircloth (Cleve) Gainesville i Fits Bik G 100.00 300.00' I. John H. 4 Thelma McKinney Oak Park PB A-
PB A-160. Lots 11 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION 14. ,E. J. 4 Meltma Smith Oak Park PB A- 176 Lot 22. Btk M 50.00 150..
14 & 15. Blk C 150.00 450.00 1. H. B. 4 Bertha Johnson Hoopers SubdivisionPB 176. Lots 344, 9. H. E. 4 Evelyn Brown Oak Park PB A-
4. J. F. & Janie Osteen Gainesville i Hts. C-41. Lots 13 Blk G 100.00 300.00 176 Lot 23 Bit M 30.M 150.00
PB A-160. Lots ISSi i-e 4 144 W 22.8 ft 15. Anna M. Hale Life Oak Park PB A- 10. Conference. of Methodist Church Oak Park. PB A-
19, Blk C 100.00 300.00 1 of S 110 ft of Lot Estate. 176 Lot 2. Blk G 50.00 150.00 174 Lot IX S. Lot
S. J. F. S. Janie Osteen Gainesville Hts 10 11000 33000 14. J. L. 4 Gwendolyn Sansbury Oak Park PB A- 14, BIt N 100.00 300.00
,,, PB A.160. Lots 22. ; I 2. L M. 4 Sarah Coullias Hoopers SubdivisionLots 176 Lot I Blk G 3000 150.00 11. C. F. 4 Corelle Young Oak Park. PB A- ,
I + 23 & 26 Blk C 150.00.450'1II! 11 4 12, 17. A. G. 4 Ruth Zetrouer Oak Park PB A- 176 Lots 15. 16. 17.
1";.' PB C-41. 110.00 330.00 -' 176. Lots 13 4 14 1.. Bit N 5 ft
.. .. .. 1 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION : Blk H 100.00 300.00 adi on N side 200.00 600.00
1. F..W*& Hilda Cogdill Gainesville Hgts. .- ASSESSMENT ROLL t, 1$ Daisey S. Reaves Heirs : Oak Park 81k H. 12. Joseph Harris Oak Park PB A' -
-. PB A-160 Lot 1. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn Lots 10. 11 4 11 150.00 450.00 176. Lots 19 4 20.BIkN&Sftadl.
Blk B 121.00 .38100 NW 25th Avenue. from Its intersection with NW 12th Street to Its Intersection 19. Susan E. Crenshaw y .v' Oak Park PB A- 'I'1t 1 "
2. W. B. & Elaine AdkInson Gainesville Hts. with an alley West of NW 6th Street. 176. Lot 9, Blk H 5000 15009 on N side 100.00 100.00
1 A-160. Lots S Total: length of line j 1.111.80 ft. 20. Mrs. Betty Fletcher r Oak Park, PB A. 13. Margaret W. Lambert Oak Park. PB A.
fB9. Blk B 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 3.769.68 t. 176. Lots 6.7 4 8, '. 116. Lots 211. 2Z
J. O. W. Horn: .. Gainesville Hts. Front footage to be useSHd524.60 ft \ .. '" Blk H 150.00 45000 Ilk N 100.00 KO.M
PB A.160. Lets 12, Rate of assessnwnt $ 3.00 per front ft.Total 21. Rose M. Townsend .. : :. Oak Park. PB A176 (Continued on Page 22))
13 Si 16 Blk B 150.00 45000 assessmei $10,57X80Total Lot 1. Blk H 135.00 405.00

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.. : ee In NW 26th Avenue from Its intersection with NW 8th Street to Its
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 1. .Same & Mary McFarlane\ Com 650 n.. N of SW S 110 ft of W 630 ft ti Total length of line 550.00 feet
14. Robert Whitley Oak Park, PB A. cor. of NVt Sec. 32- less N 133 ft of E Total front footage 1256.90 feet ..
176. Lots 23 4 24 9-20, run E 530 ft. to 325.00) 975.00 Front footage to be assessed 999.10 feet
Blk N 100.00 300.00 beg. then E 100 ft. N EAT SIDE DESCRIPTIONNone Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
230 ft,W 100 ft. S 230 Total assessment $2.997.30
1. D. E. TImmons. Sr. 32-9-20, Com 1330 2. Mell H. & Helen B. Atchley Com. 630 ft. E & 504 ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
ft N of SW cor. of ft. N. of SW cor. of FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 1. Michael 4 Suzanne Coullias Hoopers $oD.
NVt run E310ttN215ttE6aOft '. NW Sec. 32-9-20 run NW 19th Lane from. Its Intersection with NW 8th Street to Its Intersection Com. 22.8 ft E of
: E 236 ft. N 150.5 ft. with NW 6th Street.. SW cor. Lot 10,

N446ttW990ftS W236ft.S150.5f1less 'Total length of line 48500ft. runN165ftE
660 ft to PCB less I St. 150.00 450.00 Total front footage 1,184.20 ft. 112fS165ft
S 415 ft of W 310 ft 990.00 2970.00 3. Mell H. Atchley. Wife 630 ft* E & Front footage to be assessed 1,184.20 ft. W 112 ft to POB 112.50 337J9
t. L N. 4 Mary Bay 32-9-20 SWtt of ;o'ff. N of SW cor Of Rate of assessment $ 3,00 per front ft. 2. L. M. 4 Sarah CoulIIas Hoopers 5-D,
NEtt of NWtt & E NW Sec. 32-9-20 RunE Total assessment S3J52.60 PB C-41 Lot 1,
330 n of SW of NWtt 236 ft. N 109 ft. W also corn. NE cor. .

of E 1350 ft of glt.SUtft.lm 327.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED runSSSftW3oft
W 1880 ft of NW of 4. Mell H. Atchley Wife Com 630 ft. E & 274 1. W. D. 4 Joanne Frederick Pine Park. PB S 165 ft W 112.5ftN16SftW1123

Sof NWtt all > ft. N of SW cot of NV4 Jr. BLot 10. Blk ._ ,
less S 110 ft of W of Sec 32-9-20 run E H, Also com. at ftSSSftW228
630 ft & I less N 133 114ft.Ne4ft.E42ft. SW cor. Run E100ftS7OfW ft N110ftC
ft Of E 245 ft. 320.00 940-00 N 47 ft..W 236 ft. 273J to POB 11120 339.60
ft. 131.00 393.00 100 ft N 70 ft. 100.00 300.00 3. W. F. & Margaret Irwin Hooper S-D,
--.- ASSESSMENT ROLL 5. E. F. & Wilma R. Robbins Con at SW cor of NW 2. W. H. 4 Mildred Wiles Pine Park PB PB CdlLot 5 &
FOR SANITARY SEWER ; \. of Sec 32-9-20 RunE B-99. Lots 8 & E3OftofSi65ftof
In NW 21st Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 10th Street run 450 feet East. 630 ft. N 262 ft. to -f 9BIkH&70ft Lot 6 85.70 257.10

Total length of line 470.00 ft. POB run 174 ft. S 90 .. N&SbylOOftE !. R. E. Burch H r'lADLot:
Total front footage 1,269JO ft. ft.W114ft.N90ft.. l' ': &Wadi.onS! 4 5570 167.10
Front footage to be assessed 1,034.50 ft. to, FOB 90.00 270.00 side 100.00 300.00 5. E. P. 4 Inez Scott Hoopers S-D.
Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. & R. H. & Alljertha Howard'Corn.. at NE cot or 3. J. N. 4 Corlnrte'Joiner! l Pine Park, PB PB C-41 Lot 3 127.00 381.00
Total Assessment $ MICH & 8th St. run B-99 Lots 6 &
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 144 ft. W 154 ft. to beg. N8.Sby100ftC 1. Finn,. B. Hill,, 29-9.20. N 280 ft
1. Jerry R. & Donna B. Crane Oak Park PB A- In SW Sea 32920. 144.00: A32.00I &Wadi.onS( S 140 ft of E 535
176.LotS&W45ftofLot6&Et Side 100.00 300.00 ft of SW/4 less
9 ASSESSMENT ROLL 4. C. A. 4AJIeyneRobertson : Pine Park, PB R-W of 6th
ft of Lot 8, Blk 0 59.00 177.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER Bag Lots 3 8.4BIkH&70ft Street. 505.00 1J15.M
2. J. E. & Yvonne A. Juneau Oak Park, PB A- In NW 19th Avenue from .Its intersection; with I NW 10th Street to its Intersectionwith
176 E S ft of Lot 6 NW 7th Street. N8.Sby150ftE&Wedl.onS ASSESSMENT ROLL '
&Lot7&W43.3 Total I length of line 926.00 ft. | FOR SANITARY SEWER
ft of Lot 8. Blk 0 91.50 274.50 Total front footage 1,852.00 ft. Side 150.00 450.00 In an easement described as. commence at NW 12th Terrace and NW 19th Lent
3. W. M. 4 Lydia Rogers 32-9-20 W 171 ft of Front footage to be assessed 1,852.00 ft. 5. J. W. Fagan (Jack) 32-9-20, Com. at run thence North to NW 21st Avenue.
E 1101 ft of N 647 Rate of assessment 3.00 per front ft.ASSESr SW cor. of Lot 2 Total length of line 712.00 ft.
ft of NEtt of NWtt 171.00 513.00 assessment S5.556.00 Blk H Pine Park Total front footage 1,220.00 ft.
:IN NORTH SIDE FRONT' AMOUNT TO run E 134.2 ft S Front footage to be assessed 115.00 ft.
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 70ftW134.2ftN Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.

.1. L N. 4 Mary Bay 32-9-20, SW1of 1. H. E. & Lorene Walker Haythorne Heights 70 ft less R-W 134.20 402.60 Total Assessment $ 345.00
NEtt of NWtt & E Annex. Lot 10 101.00 303.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
aN110ftofE Lot 3, Blk B 95.00 285.00 1. O. E. & Ora Lee Martin Jr. W 45 ft of Lot 27 1. L. C. & Annie Hodge 32. -20, N 115 ft Of S
1350 ft of W 1880 tt 3. M. 4 Isolene H. Chitty Ingleside I Replat & Lot 28 Gateway 1745ftofW310 n on
of NW of SW ofNW' Lot 4. Blk B 95.00 285.00 Park SDWW 100.00 300.00 NWtt less R-W 115.00, 345.00 J

/, all less S110ttofW630tt 4. J. C. & Pauline K. KIrkland Ingleside SubdivisionLots 2. E. W. 4 Virginia C. Lot 25 &
3.4. & 5. Robinson Lot 26 & E 10 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION
& less N 133 ft of Blk A 180.00 540.00 ft of Lot 27 NONEASSESSMENT
E 245 ft. 470.00 1,410.00 5. L. & Frances Crews Ingleside SubdivisionLot Gateway Park
2. P. B. ft Rosa Goodbred 32-9-20 N 133 ft of 18. 2. Blk A S-D 92.50 277 JO247JO ROLL I
E 245 ft of W% Of and part R-W 155.00 465.00 3. Donald C. 4 Beverly Cook Lot 24 4 EW of FOR SANITARY SEWER
SW of NW Of 6. A. M. & Florence Pettis Lot 29 & WW of Lot Lot 25 Gateway In NW 8th Court from Its intersection with NW 23rd Avenue run 500 feet South.
NW14 245.00 735.00 .30 & W 5 ft of EW of Park S-D 82 JO Total length of line 535.00ft.
Lot 30. Gateway 4. William A. Johnson W 25 ft of Lot Total Front Footage 1131.00 ft.
Park S-D 87.50 262.50 20 4 Com. SW Front Footage to be Assessed 1,131.00 ft.
ASSESSMENT ROLL 7. Florrie Garrett EW Lot 30 less W 5 cor. Lot 20 runN132.5ftW50 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
FOR SANITARY SEWER ft &Lot31&WSft Total Assessment $3,393.00
In N.W. 21st Avenue from Its intersection with N.W. 16th Terrace to Its Intersection Lot 32. Gateway ft S 132.5 ft E ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
with N.W. 13th Street. Park S-D 82.53 2 JO 50 ft to P00Gateway NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Total I length of line 1137.00 Ft. 8. R. A. & Hazel L. Carroll Lot 32 less W 5 ft & Park 1. Mary R. Matney Felton Court.
Total front footage 2,449.40 Ft. WW of Lot 33. Gateway S-D 75.00 225.00 PB D-30 Lot 2 90.00 270.00
Front footage to be assessed 2449.40 Ft. Park S-D 77JO 232.50 5. Mary L. Winemiller Lot 19 4 Lot 18 2. E. E. 4 Cora Stokes Felton Court
Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot 9. Nicholas. Ruth Piomblno EVi of Lot 33 & com. less N 115 ft of PB D-30 Lot 3 90.00 270.00
Total Assessment 3. Louis J. 4 Annie Tatom Felton Court.
at SE cor. of Lot 21, E 25 ft thereof
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT run N 132.5 ft E 50 4 E 25 ft of Lot PB D-30 Lot 6 90.00 270.00
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED ft S 132.5 ft W 50 ft. 20. Gateway 4. F. B. Arnold Felton Court.
1. Barney C. & Margaret L. Walter Baynard $oD Gateway Park S-D 77.50 232.50 Park S-D 100.00 300.00 PB D-30 Lots 7
Cordell ben PB E-6 Lot shown 6. Robert V. Noble & Wife N 9 ft of Lot 15 4 10Felton 180.00 540.00
Plat as Lot 12, SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Lot 16 4 Lot 5. D. E. 4 Jane Sterrett Court. PB
Blk A not Included 1. D. K. & Dorothy M. Haythorne Haythorne Heights 17&E23ftofN115ftLot18 D-30 Lots 11 &
12 151.00 453.00
100.00 300.00 Annex. Lot 9 101.00 303.00
2. Francis B. & Carleta Beard Walter Baynard s.D 2. L. & Mettle L. MeGlynn Ingleside SubdivisionLots Gateway Park
1 PB e6. Lot shownon S-D 150.00 450.00 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION
1, 2. & 3. Blk C,
1. G. L. 4 Ann
Plat as Lot 11, PB C-2 190.00 570.00 Roberts Felton Court.
Blk A not Included 100.00 300.00 3. Mafth Investment Co., Inc. Ingleside 5-D, Lot ASSESSMENT ROLL PB D-30 Lot 1 90.00 270.00
3. C. A. & Margaret Roberts Walter Baynard S-D 3, Blk DIngleside 55.00 165.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 2. Alma N. Brown Felton Court. -
1 PB E-6 Lot 10, 4. J. R. Crane S-D Lot NW 20th Avenue, from Its intersection with NW 8th Street to Its Intersectionwith PB D-30. Lot 4 90.00 270.00
3. L. G. 4 Bea Carter Felton Court.
Blk A 100.00 300.00J.
2. Blk DIngleside 60.00 180.00 NW 6th Street.
4. T. & Maureen Glass Walter Baynard S-D 5. Brenda Kay Hansen Parker S-D, Lot Total I length of line 512.00 ft. PB D-30 Lot 5 90.00 270.00
.. F. B. Arnold
1 PB E-6. Lot 9, Felton Court.
1. Blk D 60.00 180.00 Total front footage 1092.10 ft.
Blk A 100.00 300.00 .. Hugh A. Thomson Com. 1820 ft E & 300 Front footage to be assessed 692.10 ft. PB D-30 Lots 9
5. E. S. & Gloria Kelster Walter Baynard S-D ft NofSWcor.ofN'hSee. Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 849 180.00 540.00
5. D. E. 4 Jane Sterrett Felton Court.
1 PB E-6 Lot 8. 32-9-20 run E Total Assessment $2.076.30ASSESSMENT
Blk A 100.00 300.00 PB D-30. Lot 13 80.00 240.00
160 ft N 730 ft W 160
6. W. J. & Peggy Larkin Walter Baynard S-D NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
ft S 730 ft 160.00 480.00
1 PB E-6, Lot 1. 7. Allison E. Folds. Jr. Lots 34 & 35 Gateway NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED ASSESSMENT ROLL
Blk A 100.00 300.00 1. Worth D. 4 Ruth Lynn Pine Park, PB B." FOR SANITARY SEWER
7. Barry McNair Walter Baynard S-D 8. E. E. & Rosa Smith Gateway Park Park S-D S-D. 110.00 330.00 Lot 6, Blk G 106.40 319.20 In N.W.N.W. 4th 19th Street.Avenue from its intersection with N.W. 6th Street to its Intersectionwith
1 PB Lot
E6. 6. Lot 36 & W 27'! ft Of
Total length of line
Blk A 100.00 300.00 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 535.00 Ft.
.. P. C. & Mildred Wagoner Walter Baynard S-D 9. E. W. Nalbach et al Gateway 37 Park S-D. 82.50 247JO247JO 1. M. A. 4 Alice Glallourakls Pine Park, PB B-99 Total front footage 1227.00 Ft.
H 50.00 150.00 Front footage to be assessed 1227.00 Ft.
1 PB E-6. Lot 5. Lot 11, Blk
Blk A 100.00 300.00 &Lot Lot 37 less W 27V4 ft 2 .W. D. 4 Joanne Frederick, Pine Park PB B-99 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot
9. G. L. & Barbara L. Cambell Walter Baynard S-D 38 82.50 Jr. Lot 10. Blk H 50.00 150.00 Total Assessment 3681.00

10. Marcella Calhoun Walter Baynard S-D In N.W. 19th Avenue. from its Intersection with SEWER N.W. 7th Street run 150 feet East. 70 ft N 4 S by 100 ft 1. Theo H. 4 Eleanor B. Lot 1. Add to
1 PB E-6 Lot 3, Total length of line C8.Wadl.onS| Cummings Hoopers Replat 100.00 300.00
Blk A 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 176.00 Ft. side 100.00 300.00 2. E. P. & Juanita A. Rafts Lot 2, Add to

11. James T. & Laverne Klein Walter Baynard s.D Front footage to be assessed 550.00 Ft. 4. J. N. 4 Corinne Joiner Pine Park PB B-99 Hooper Replat 94.50 283.50
1 PB E-6, Lot 2, Rate of Assessment 550.00 Ft. Lots 6 4 7. Blk H & 3. W. J. & Marie D. Wells Jr. Lot 3, Add to
s 3.00 front foot
Blk A 100.00 300.00 Total Assessment per 7OttN&SbylOOft Hoopers Replat 94.50 283.50
12. H. A. ft Marguaree Coleman Walter' Baynard S-D ASSESSMENT 1650.00 C8.Wedt.onS) 4. William E. Sanders & wife Lot 4, Add to
1 PB E-6, Lot 1, NO. OWNER NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO side 100.00 300.00 Hoopers Replat 94.50 283.50

Blk A 124.70 374.10 1. L. W. S Evelyn M. Hammond DESCRIPTION Park S-D FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 5. C. A. 4 Alleyne Robertson Pine Park PB B-99 5. Beverly L. Burton 4 wife Lot 7, Add to
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Gateway Lots'3, 4, 4 5, Blk H Hoopers Replat 115.00 345.00
Lot 21 & WW of E8.Wadl.onS 6. R. E. 4 Pearl Wiggins Lot 8. Add to

1. Edward S. & Mumroe Walter Baynard S-D 2. John D. & Wilma Dillon Lot Gateway 22 Park S-D 75.00 225.00 side. 150.00 450.00 Hoopers Replat 115.00 345.00
1 PB E-6 Lot shownon 6. Myrtle G. Shepherd Pine Park. PB B."
Lot 23 4 EW of
Plat as Lot 12 Lot 1. Blk H 135.70 407.10 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
Blk B not included 100.00 300.00 3. C. E. & Christine B. Shannon Lot 22Gateway Park S-D 75.00 225.00 1. Kenneth D. Horst Lot 5, Add to
2. R. E. & Alma Porter Walter Baynard S-D 1 Lot ASSESSMENT ROLL Hoopers Replat 90.00 270.00
138.522 Ft. of
PB E-6, Com 100 Ft Lot FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 2. Mary Louise H. Crowe Et AI Lot 6, Add to
W of NW cor of Lot 9. 14 125.00 375.00 N.W. 22nd Avenue. from Its Intersection with N.W. 8th Street to Its intersection Hoopers Replat 90.00 270.00
Blk B run W 100 Ft with N.W. 6th Street. X R. H. 4 Linda Waterhouse Lot 9, of unrecorded
S 138.75 Ft E 100 Ft 1. W. F. & Sybil Sapp Gateway SIDE Park DESCRIPTION S-D Total I length of line 590.00 Ft. portion of Add to
N 138.76 Ft 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 1117.00 Ft. Hoopers Replat 108.00 324.00
3. L. A. ft L. Clorette Arnold Walter Baynard $oD 1 W 25 Ft of Lot 8 & Front footage to be assessed 717.00 Ft. .. J. D. 4 Vernte P. Odom Jr. Lot 10 of unrecorded
PB E-6 Com at NW 2. May H. Williamson all Lot 9 Park 75.00 225.00 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front foot portion of Add to
cor of Lot 9. Blk B, Gateway Total Assessment $2,151 00 Hoopers Replat 108.00 32 .00
run W 100 Ft S 138J5 7 4 EVi of 5. W. C. 4 Julia F. Smith Lot 11 of unrecorded
138.75 Ft.B100FtN Ft. 100.00 300.00 3. S. F. & Arden K. Evans Gateway Park $oD NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Hooper portion of rte 1ao: 108.00 32 .M

Lot 6 & N 26.6 Ft. of 1. P. R. 4 Bertha Hyder Pine Park PB B-99
4. P. C. Hatdlett Walter Baynard S-D 1 -' -, 4. G. E. & Coline Wheeler Lot 12 of unrecorded
PB .. Lot 5 less beg NE cor' Lot11&W4OFtLot
E-6 Lot 9. portion of Add to
Jlt.. I : Blk B 100.00 300.00 : Lot 6, run S 10 Ft 10. Blk A 90.00 270.00 Hoopers Replat 109.50 32850
5. Henry J. & Dorothy M. Walter Baynard S-D NW-LY 14.14. Ft S 2. B T. 4 Mildred Arnow Pine Park PB B-99
Waters 1 PB E-6, Lot 8, 10 Ft. 125.00 375.00 Lot 9 4 E 10 Ft. of ASSESSMENT ROLL
Blk B 100.00 300.00 Lot 10. Blk A 60.00 180.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER
4. G. W. & Adelaide Hunter. III Walter Baynard S-D FOR ASSESSMENT ROLL 3. H. 4 Mary Graylln (Harold) Pine*Park PB B-99, In NW 19 Avenue from its Intersection with NW 4th Street run ISO feet East
1 PB E-6, Lot 7. SANITARY SEWER Lot Blk A 50.00 150.00 Total length of line 480.00 ft.
In N.W. 9th
Blk B 100.00 300.00 with N.W. 17th Street. from 'Its Intersection with N-w 19th Avenue to Its Intersection 4. Robert B.'8. Ernestine M. Pine Park PB B-99 Total front footage 1126.21 ft.

7. A. S. & Dorothy Johnson, Jr. Walter Baynard S-D Total Avenue. Jennings Lots 6 4 7 Blk A 100.00 300.00 Front footage to be assessed 1126.21 ft.
length of line 680.00 Ft. 5. E. E. 4 Callie Hudson Pine Park. PB B-99,
1 PB E-6, Lot 6, Total Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
Blk B 100.00 300.00 footage 1170.00 Ft. Lots 4 & 5, Blk A 100.00 300.00 Total assessment $3,378.63
8. H. W. & Erma Cobb Walter Baynard S-D Front Rate of footage to be assessed 425.00 Ft. 6. F. L. 4 Mary McKInney Pine Park PB B-99 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
Assessment S 3.00 front foot W 49.6 Ft of Lot 2 4
Blk B 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT $1,275.00 Lot 3. Blk A 99.60 298.80 1. George F. Ford Com at SE cor of
9. D. V. & Harrtette Davis Walter Baynard S-D WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 7 J. M. 4 Sarah Carver Pine Park PB 8-", SWtt of NEtt See
1 PB E-6. Lot 4, 32-9-20 run N 1006.81
1. James &
Ruby Sanders Ingleside S-D Blk A 100.00 300.00
Blk B 100.00 300.00 ft & W S3IJ1 ft
10. R. E. & Ruth Allee Walter Baynard S-D 2. Clarence W. InglesideiS-D 160.00 480.00 to P-B thence N '
1 PB E-6, Lot 3, Beasley SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 161.13 ft W 131.21ft
Blk B 100.00 300.00 Lots 1 & 6 Blk F 265.00 795.00 1. W. M. 4 EmmaTorlay. Sr. Pine Park PB B-99, S 161.31 ft E
11. P. & Eva Mott (Pasco) Walter Baynard S.D EAST SIDE DESCRIPTIONNone Lot 1 Blk D 117.40 352.20 131.21 ft I less S

1 PB E-6 Lot 2, 18 ft for St. R-W 131.21 393.63
Blk B 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL 2. Nancy J. Henry Com at SE cor of
12. T. A. & Marlorle Roundtree Walter Baynard S-D ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR SANITARY SEWERIn SWtt of NEtt Sec
1 PB E-6 Lot 1. u FOR SANITARY SEWER N.W. 7th Terrace. from Its Intersection with N.W. 22nd Avenue to its Inter 32-9-20 run 1006.81
Blk B 124.70 374.10 In N.W.J7 Avenue from Its Intersection| with N.W. 9th Street run 200 feet East. section with N.W. 20th Avenue. ft & W 431.21 ft
Total of line 220.00 Ft. Total length of line 802.00 Ft. to P-B thence N
ASSESSMENT ROLL Front front footage 425.00 Ft. Total front footage 1,380.00 Ft. 161.13 ft W 100 ft
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn footage to be assessed 425.00 Ft. Front footage to be assessed 1380.00 Ft. S 161.13 ft E 100
NW 12th Terrace from Its Intersection with NW 19th Lane to Its Intersectionwith Rate Total of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot ft to PB less S 1 18
NW 18th Avenue. Assessment $1,275.00 Total Assessment $4,140.00 ft for Str. R-W 100.00 300.00
Total length of line 67 .00 ft. ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 3. T. & Gertrude Moxley Com. at SE cor. ofSWII.
1,685.00 ft. ASSESSED of NEtt Sec.
Front footage to be assessed 1685.00 ft. 1. Pearce W. Hunt. wife Ingleside S-D NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED. 32-9-20 run N 1006.81
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front foot 55.00 165.00 1. F. E 4 Myrtle Clayton Pine Park PB B-99, ft&W331.2lfttoPOB
Total front footage $5,055.00 2. Ceo. S. & Gee. Betty Deen glesideleS-D Lots 1.2.8. 3. thence N 161.13ftW100fS161.13ff
Lot 5, Blk E Blk B 157.50 472.50
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 3. H. L. Sneeringer 4 wife Ingleside S-D 2. E. W. 4 Hazel Nalbach Pine Park PB B-99 E 100 ft to POB lessS
Lot 4, Blk B 52.50 157JO .
1. Obld B. Boyd Ilex Park unrec. Lot 6, Blk E 60.00 180.00 18 ft for street "
Sr. (Only) Pine Park PB B-99
3. T. J. Collins.
Lot In
1. Plat Sea -
100.00 300.00
32-9-20 100.00 300.00 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION .Lot 5-Blk. "B .. 52.50 157.50 4. J. N. Hale W:5 ft Of S 100 ft of
2. R. E. & Prudence Potter Ilex Park. unrec. 1. Mrs. Morris H. Cravey Ingleside S-D 4. H. H. 4 Leona Daniels NEtt of NEtt of SWtt
lots 647, Btk B 108.75 326.25 .
Lot 4. Plat in Sea Lot 1. Blk H 175.00 525.00 of NEtt of Sec.
100.00 300.00 2. Gladys Gracy Ham Ingleside $oD 5 C. W. 4 Ada Garrett Pine' Park PB B-99. 32-9-20 75.00 22S.M
3. Donal) L. .. Mary McKenna Ilex Park, unrec. Lot t&E15Ft. Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 4 5. Mrs. R. T. COoter E 60 ft of W 135 ft of .
Lot 5. Plat in Sec of Lot 2, Blk G 75.00 225.00 6, Blk E 318.75 956.25 S 100 ft of NEtt of

32-9-20 100.00 300.00 NEtt of SWtt of NEtt
4. R. E. & Prudence Potter Ilex Park, unrec* ASSESSMENT ROLL EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION of Sea 32-9-20 60.00 180.00
Lot 8. Plat In Sea FOR SANITARY SEWER 1. Mary L Jeffcoat Pine Park PB B-99
32-9-20 100.00 300.00 In N.W. 11th Avenue Its Intersection with N.W. 9th Street run 150 feet East. Lots 10. II, 12 13 4 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
S. Charles M. Cherry & wife Ilex Park, unrec.. Total length of line 160.00 Ft. 14, Blk C 262.50 787.50. 1 Alachua County Board o SV, of NEtt less N
Lot 9. PlaJ In Sea Total front footage 400.00 Ft. 2. L. A. 4 Gladys Jeffcoat Pine Park PB B-99, Public Instruction 22 ft & all SEtt of SWtt
.. 32-9-20 100.00 300.00 Front footage to be assessed 350.00 Ft. Lots 849, Blk C 108.75 326.25 of NEtt Sea 32-

(. J. L. George. Jr. Ilex Park unrec.. Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot 3. Annie W. Springstead Pine Park PB B.", 920. 660.00 1,980.00
Lot 12. Plat In Sea Total Assessment 1050.00 Lot 12 Blk F 56.25 168.75
32-9-20 130.00 390.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 4. A. L. 4 Shirley K. Jones Pine Park PB B-99 ASSESSMENT ROLL
7. W. 1C. & Lizelle Rose Com 315 ft. N & 240 ft. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 11 Blk F 52JO 157JO FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
E of SW cor Of NW of 1. Lyman P. Thomas Ingleside S-D 5. Michael L. & Karen O. Pine Park PB B-99 NW 4th Street from its intersection with NW 19th Avenue to Its Intersectionwith
Sec 32920. run E D 115.00 345.00 Parsons Lot 10 81k F 52.50 157.50 NW 21st Avenue.
75ft.N315ft.W75ft. 2. H. A. Waldrop Jr. nglesidekS-D 6. J. J. 4 Nancy Reagan Pine Park PB B-99 Total length of line 928.00 ft. -

.. S 315 ft. 75.00 225.00 Lot 6. Blk D 60.00 180.00 Lot 9 Blk F 52.50 157JO Total front footage 1,767.87 ft.
>. W. F. & Fleta C. Fordham Com SW cor of NW4. 7. Larry G. 4 Marcia C. Pine Park. PB B-99 Front footage to be assessed 793.60ft.
run N315t..E40ft. SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Bratcher W 80 Ft. of Lots 7 4 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
to POB, N 315 ft.. E 1. John H. Hernberger Ingleside S-D 8, Blk F 105.00 315.00 Total assessment $7,380.80

200 ft., S 315 ft* W Lot 3. Blk E 55.00 165.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
15 ft. for street Sec. 60.00 180.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 1. W. R. & Elizabeth Horne Com. 500 ft E of NW
32-9-20 200.00 600.00 3. J. E. 4 Beverly Beville Inngiesidek50E NW 7th Street from its intersection with NW 20th Avenue to Its inters.n. cor. of See. 32-9-20

EAST SIDE Lot I, Blk E 60.00 180.00 with NW 22nd Avenue. run E 160 ft S 330 ft
Total length of line 683.00 ft. W 160 ft N 330 ft to ..
1. M. H. & Edith Baxley Ilex Park. Lot 14 150.00 450.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL Total front footage 1,327.59 ft. Beg. less S 180 n
2. Arden & Rae O. Streit Ilex Park, Lots 15 FOR SANITARY SEWER Front footage to be assessed 1,327.50 ft thereof less N 10 ft.
16. & 17 300.00 900.00 In NW 7th Street from Its Intersection with NW 19th Avenue "run 600 feet South. Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. less E 30 ft for R-W 150.00 450.00
J. E. H. 8. Margaret C. Feeley Ilex Park Lot 18 100.00 300.00 Total iengtrTof Vine 614.00 ft. Total assessment $3,982JO 2. H. J. 4 Edna Box Glen wood PB B-27 -

4. M. C. & Wilma C. Baker Ilex Park. Lot 19 130.00 390.00 Total front footage 1265.00 ft. WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lots 13 4 14 B kf 106.00 311.00
Front footage to be assessed 929.20 ft. ASSESSMENT DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 3. Marge Hope Glen' wood, PB B-27
5. W. M. Bower Wife Com 315 ft. E & Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. NO. OWNER l Pine Park PB B-99 Lot 12, Blk 1 53.00 159.00)
615 ft. N of SW cor. Total assessment $2,787.60 ;. A. V. S Ruth Lots 546, Blk I F 105.00 315.00 4. T. D. 4 Carol Ward Glenwood, PB B-27

of NW .. run E 100 A SESSMENOWNER WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Nellie Norris Pine Park PB B-99 Lot 11. Blk 1 53.00 159.00
ft.. S 300 ft. W 100 ft. DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 2. J. M. & Lots 2. 3. 4 4, 5. James B. Roberson GieniwoodIIPB B-27
N 300 ft. to POB 1. Quality Builders of GainesGat way Park S-D, Blk F 157JO 472.50 1 53.00 159.00
Sec. 32-9-20 100.00 300.00 ville Inc Lot 39 & N 17.6 ft of J. H. 4 Valalr Matt Pine Park, PB B-99 6. P. 4 Mary Crane (Phillr' Glenwood, PB B-27
Lot 40 & E 12 ft of N 3. Lot 1k F' 56.25 '161.75 Lots 7, 8, & 9, Blk 1 159.00 477.00
ASSESSMENT ROLL 82.4 ft of Lot 42 82.40 gp.20 Jeffcoat Pine Park. PB B-99 7. W. B. 4 Margaret Watsn Jr. Glenwood PB B-27
.. L. A. &
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 2. Martin 4 I. Chitty Gateway Park $oD. Gladys Lot 4 81 7. Blk C 108.75 326.25 Lots 5 & 4, Blk 1 106.00 318.00
NW 19th Lane, from its intersection with NW 12th Terrace, run 150 feet West. I Lot 41&S32ftofLot PB B-99 t. O. O. & Louise Anofs Glenwood, PB B-27
Total Length of Line 158.00 ft. 408.E12ttofS 5. Mary L. Jeffcoat lots; 3 at& 5 Blk C 157JO 472JO Lots 3 4 4, Blk I 113.60 340.80
Total front footage 399.00ft.270.00ft.. 82.4 tt of Lot 42 82.00 246.00
Front footage to be assessed 3. W. L. Thomas WW of NW of SEtt 6. Rivers Construction Co. Pine Perk PB B-99 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTIONNONE
Let 2. BIt C 52JO 157JO157JO .
Rate of assessment '
S 3.00 front footS
per of SEtt of NWtt
Total assessment 810.00 7. Mary L. Jeffcoat Park PB B-99
Of Sec. 32-9-20 330.00 990.00247JO lot 1 C 52.50
1. B. 4 G. Motor Co., Inc. N 300 n of S 1630 ft. 1. T. C. & Mary Douglas W 125 n Lot 10 4 W Pine EAST Park SIDE PB DESCRIPTION B-99 In NW 19th Lane, from its intersection with NW 6th Street to Its IntersectionWith
1. C. F. 4 Bobby Goddard
of W 310 ft. of NWtt 125 ft of N 17.6 ft Lots 7, t.9. NW 2nd Street.
less RW 270.00 110.00 Total length of line
Lot 11, Gateway Blk G 1170.00 ft.

ASSESSMENT ROLL 2. T. C. 4 Mary Dougla. Park SoD 82.49 2. Helen M. Today Pine Park. PB B-99 Front Total front footage footage to be assessed 2,477.69 ft.
Lot 12 & S 32.. ft Lots 10. 11. 4 12, : 2179.04.
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn Lot IiPark Gateway Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front n.
NW 12th Street from Its Intersection with NW 18th Avenue to Its Intersection S-D 82.40 Bit G 161.25 483.75 Total assessment $6,537.12
20..20 L. A. 4 Jeffcoat Pine Park. PB B-99
with NW 16th Avenue. 3. Isabelle K. Pardee 60 ft strip on N sideof Gladys ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
Lots 849,
Total Length of Line 601.00 ft. NEtt of SEtt of NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Blk D 108.75 326.25
Total front footage 1.299.00 ft. SEtt of NWtt of Sec. 1. Mrs. C. C. Warren 32-9-20 S 27342 ft
4. L. B. 4 Rebecca Hayes Pine Park PB B-99
Front footage to be assessed 1299.00 ft.
Of W 167W ft Of NWtt
32-9-20 60.00
180.00 Lot & SW Lot II
Rate of Assessment $ 3.00 4. Isabelle K. Life Estate 10 ,
per front foot Pardee NEtt of SEtt of SEtt Blk D 52-50 157JO157JO of NEtt less N 60 ft

ASSESSMENT Total assessment WEST SIDE S3.897.00 FRONT AMOUNT TO of NWtt Sec 32-9-20 5. W. M. 4 Patricia Byers. Jr. Pine Park. PB B99NW 2. L W. 4 Alice Robinson 4 less R-W. 134JO 40X50
less 60 ft strip on Lot 11 & Lot 12 32-9-20 E 111 ft of W
N side & less 60 278W of S
1. W. G. & Orron R. Johnson Com. 615 ft. N & ft strip on S side 6. J. J. 4 Tausuia Mayo Pine D Park, PB B-99 52JO of NWtt of NEtt lessN
4 less EM & less Lots 13 14 bit D 105.00 315.00 HYl ft less 5 25 ft
NWtt S
run 100 N100ftofS for street R-W. 111.00 333.00
ft.. W 200 ft. N 100 160 ft of W 125 ft. 110.00 moo ASSESSMENT ROLL 3. H, C. 4 Bessie Pritchett 32-9-20 E 100>> ft Of W
ft. E 200 ft. to POB 5. Murray J. Landsman Com SE cor. of NWtt FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 371VftofS270ttofNWY

Sec. 32-9-20 100JO 300.00 Sec 32-9-20 run W NW 12th Street from its Intersection with NW 25th Avenue to Its intersectionwith of NEVI lessN
G. E. Robinson Sr & Wife Com. 415 n. N & 415 331.4 ft N 390.5 ft E 59V* ft less S
NW 21st Avenue.
ft. W of SW cor of NW
136.1 ft to POB thence 25 ft for street
Total length of line 1.275.00 ft.
V4N100ft.E200ft. N 100 ft W 125 ft S R-W 100.00 300.00
s loo n. w 200 n. to 1ooftE12stttoPOB Total front footage 2- 4.00ft. 4. Rachel A. W. Post 32-9-20. E 100 ft Of W .
PCB Sea 32-9-20 100.00 300.00 Front footage to be assessed 704.00ft. 4713ftofS213.42B
S. L A. Hetrick 4 Wife N 100 ft. of S 415 ft. of 100.00 300.00 Rate of assessment 'I XOft per front ft. of NWtt of NEtt less

E 200 ft. of W 660 ft. ASSESSMENT ROLL Total assessment S 25 ft for ft,....

of W 630 ft. of N 82J In NW 8th Street. from Its Intersection with NW I9tti Avenue to Its Intersection NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED i. O. A. 4 Imogene Harris Glenwood PB B-27
.. ft. of N W Sec 32-9- With NW 20th Avenue. 1. University Manor Inc. University Manor Lot 1BIk2 50.00 UO.MJ
Can 180.00 540.00 Total length of line 525.00 ft. PB 031. Lots 4 E. J. 4 Jean Lot B-27
4. U. Ruth Brown 630 ft. E & 230 ft. Total front footage 940.00 ft. I. >. 10, & 11, L Itemwooodk 50.00 50.00
N of SW cor. NW of Front footage to be assessed x.00 ft. 464.00 1492.00CM 7. M. G. 4 Ethel Sheffield Glenwood. PB B-27
.,,, Sec. :32-9-20. Run S65ft.W31Stt.Nblft. Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 2. W. C. 4 Lillian Randol +w Dark, Lot 3, Blk 2 50.00 : '.' 150.00
Total Assessment $975.00 .f* '176. Lot 23. 8. Annie P.Warn Glenwood PB B-27
E 315 ft. to POB. 65.08 195.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT L 120.00 360.00 Lot 4, Blk 2 50.00 150..
5. Robert N. .. Sylvia. Carter Com. 540 ft. E of SW NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED TO 3. Harriet K. Wilkerson Cab Park, 9. S. L. 4 Geraldine Geiger Glenwood, PB B-27

.. .' ... cor. of NW Sec 32. 1. L. N. & Mary Bay SWtt of NEW of NWttA PB A-176, Lot 1* Lot S 6 Blk 2 'L17' "288.J1
9-20. run E 75 ft.. N
E 330 ft of SW of Blk M 120.00 360.00
163ft.W75ft.S NWtt of NWtt & N

165 ft at.. less partin 130.00 390.00 110 ft of E 1350 ft ofW1880ftofNYof E. -- ...&;)E DESCRIPTION ( Continued on Page 23))





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x. 14. R. L & Gladys King PB B-27 :
Lot 1, BIH 4618 13854Glenwood
11. l_ A. & Lula Mines PB B-27
Lot 2. Blk 6 50.00 150.00 '-"
12. Edwina Kirkland Glenwood, PB 8-27

IX J. E. & Louis Johnson- Lot Glenwood 3, Blk PB 6 B.27 50.00 150.00 Ore. (AP) -H Ii-F--; <, '" 11" .' "' .:,<""' ,> !
Lots 4, S, &.4. Blk 6 150.00 450.00 Three Republican presidential]l ;; : ,

,SOUTH SIDE I DESCRIPTION contenders make final pleas bj b.LI iIIIis I
W. N. & -
| Margaret
A. Com NW cor. of SWU r --
Underwood .' e.NE'JoI'UftEI70ftS proxy for Oregon primary votes riii1 -

75 ft W 170 ft N 75 .
:' ttIeUNlOft&WPMt today while Gov. Nelson A.

for R-W Sec. Rockefeller winds up his nonstop I \ '
32920 ISO,00 450.00
I 2. Roy A. RldgellJ. Com NW cor. SWVi campaign asking: "Whatdo
: of NE'A Lot as per "
DB 214-222 & 174- the absent advocate.
332 Sec. 32-9-20 180.00 s..o.OO ,
B. B. Adklnson & wife / Com NW cor. SW14 That was the New York governor's i % ..1t"

of NE'/ run E 350 ft _, -
theme as the six-way _
.. .
n w so ft N 150 ft presidential battle
'. to POB less N 10 ft :
J. .:: .- Sec. 32920. 50.00 150.00 boiled toward a showdown at the ?-. _ .f
i 4. James M. & Georgia L.1 Com. at NW cor. of k.jjjjjT

r Haldeman ,... SW'/i. Of NE Of see. polls Tuesday. \
.II 32 9-20 run E 400 ft
to POB thence E 100 He drummed it as public opinion .

-. : ft S to Northerly _
boundaryofLotlot pollsters reported other can- :

; Add'n toReplt Hooper's didates are narrowing the Oregon --- k .
thence cont. ....
: W 100 ft N to POB 100.00 300.00 margin they credit to Ambassador -
I. William R. & Elizabeth W 13119 ft of N 161.14
B. Home ft of NW'A of NE'/ Henry Cabot Lodge in I

of SWW. Of NE'A of South Viet Nam. "
Sec. 32"-20. less N _

.. J. B. & Agnes Webber 10 E 200 ft. ft of N 161.14ftOINWV4OfNE 131.19 393.57 "I'm very encouraged," Rockefeller ROCKEFELLER LODGE NIXON GOLDWATER f

.. > 1" said Wednesday. "Lodgeis -
of SW'/i of NEV4 Sec. down freedom's he to win it the second ballot the vote in Nebraska. 900 at the Portland and action."
.. .. 32-9-20 less E 100 ft. in the polls. I'm optim calling tune, on at Republican University thought

neffit 100.00 300.00 istic. Things are getting better." San Francisco. Goldwater, alone on the ballot Wednesday night he fears the He coupled that with a slapat
,. William L. & Mary E... of N 161.14 said.Goldwater
Ussrey .,,, : ft Of NW'/. Of NE'4 George Cabot Lodge, son of said in Philadel- Nixon's Oregon supporterswere won that primary with 50 Republican party "is in serious his absent opponents. "Wheredo

-" .. _' 32-9 of SW/4.20 of NEV4 Sec.100.00 300.00 the favored ambassador who phia earlier he sees "a surge buoyed by the 1960 nomi per cent of the turnout. danger of being dominated by a the silent stand?" he asked.

f'j I.- Annie.J. Brown -.:. .."..,-'. WsOftof NE'kofNE'/OfSW'4 N23Oftof was the 1960 Republican choicefor now for Nixon" in the battle for nee's write-in showing in the Rockefeller aimed his strongest narrow, doctrinaire, radical extremism "Is the primary being replacedby

__ of N E'I. of Sec. 32- vice president, hurried to the GOP nomination. ,But the Nebraska primary Tuesday. words at Goldwater.He outside of the main- the poll-the public opinion
N 10 ft 50.00 15000E
f. H. H. Felder' "" 920 SO less ft of W 100 ft Oregon to declare his father Arizona senator said he expects Nixon captured 31 per cent of told a cheering crowd of stream 0 f American political poll?" _ _

':r ..-' ofN23OftOfNE'/4 would "with
answer force .andclarity"
-- of NE'A of SWVi of
NEW of Sec. 32920 if the called
I lets N 10 ft. 50.00 150.00 party upon WITHIN RIGHTSTO
10. C. N. Felder e50 ft Of W 150 ft Of him to head its 1964 ticket. Run

I .- N 230 ft.of NE14 of Bobby Kennedy May
:- -- -. NE'4 of SW4 :0fNE1 Oregon allies of former Vice

:. N of Sec.10 ft.32-9.20 less 50.00 15000Com. President Richard M. Nixon and WITHDRAW NAME

II. J. W. Spell.. ..- 130 ft W of NE Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater

..w ... .-.. --4,f: ". of cor.Sec.of SW'/i 32-9-20 of run NVi S133ftW12.SftS7 talked optimistically of theirmen's TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Florida Supreme Court today For United States Senate .
.. chances. I I Io
-- J j ttW37.5ftN211ft spelled out the reasons for its ruling that a slate of Republi.

E 50 ft to POB less Pennsylvania Gov. William W.
S N 10 ft. 5000 150.00 can nominating convention delegates could be stricken from
12. Mrs. B. F. Kelley. E 130 ft Of N 150 ft : Scranton and Sen. Margaret the Florida ballot at Nixon's request.The .
Of NE'/ of SW'/ of Nrw tjnrkWASHINGTON wtutt election Sen. Kenneth B. Keat-
Chase Smith of Maine also
are -- ---- -
N E'4. of Sec. 32 9 20 : -r5
I less N 10 ft. 130.00 390.00 on the GOP ballot. They have slate was put up by National Committeeman Anthony Attorne:r' ing, the Rochester Republicans .

ASSESSMENT ROLL staged no campaigns. Battaglia of St. Petersburg and was removed from the May General Robert F. Kennedy i i who is seeking a second term. -

FOR SANITARY SEWER 26 ballot by Secretary of State Tom Adams when Nixon said Republicans have been increasingly .
Rockefeller the idea of
In N.W. 2nd Street from intersection. with N.W. 19th Lane run 200 feet South. has spent a month I exploring runnin,g :

Total length of line 225..00 Ft. courting Oregon RepublicansWith he did not want his name in presidential primaries. Battaglia for the Senate from New Yorl e confident in recent
Total front 620 00 Ft.
S Front footage footage to be assessed 480.00 Ft. the primary a few' hours; brought the case in an in effort to have the Nixon slate placed State this fall. The move h a :; months that Keating's effective
Rate of Assessment S J.00 front foot for the last five
back the ballot. campaigning
Total Assessment $1.44000 away, two of his children-Ann I on been suggested to the lati I e

ISSESSMENT NO. OWNER .., WEST DESCRIPTION SIDE FRONT FOOTAGE AMOUNT BE ASSESSED TO Pierson and Rodman C. Rockefeller The Supreme Court refused to grant Battaglia's petition President's brother by mem_ years has made him a favorite
choice of
win. The
1. J. L. Kelly Com 150 Ft S of NE both of New York City,I several weeks ago but today it gave its reasons. bers of his family and by Dem_ to Kennedy
of SWVi of NVi of however
; cor Sec 32.9-20 runs 63 came to Portland Wednesdaynight. Nixon, said Florida's court, has "an absolute right to say ocrats in both Washington anc I as his opponent, ,
... Ft W 142.5 Ft N 78 Ft would lead to some re-examina
E12.SFtS1SFOE whether or not his name ,shall be advanced as a candidatefor New York. It is one of a seriei!;

.,. 130 Ft to POB 63.00 18900 Goldwater's of alternatives tion of that assumption.
sons Barry Jr. president or any other office political he it:i
2. F. H. Lee & C H. Maurer. ,! Com 213 Ft S Of NE Many New York Democratswho
% corofSWofNEof Vi and Michael have been the The right of privacy guarantees this, and the fact that weighing.
Sec 32-9.20 run S have been exposed to the
-5: 117 Ft W 194 Ft N 119 anchor men of his campaignhere. Nixon has become a public personage still doesn't mean any Kennedy has been sufficiently -

:. .--. 130 FtES2FOS2FOE Ft to POB 117.00 351.00 The senator himself has one has a right to toss him into a political arena where he I interested in the possibility: idea of he Kennedy would 'be for Senator formidable believe

..,. :-.* EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION not been in Oregon since April is not prepared to and doesn't want to do battle, the court to send a representative to New r candidate Drawing a o'n his latebrother's

1 .C. Add'son: Pound Et AI', Com 780.7 Ft N of Va 7. He canceled later campaign ,siad. !York State to sound out sentiment ..

; Ml SC stake 32,9.20 en run E line W trips, saying he had to stay in Battaglia had also asked that his slate of delegates be kepton with a carefully chosen I popularity, his personal -
record in
1325.5 Ft N 550.7 Ft Washington because the Senate the ballot without Nixon's name, and thus become an un- list of Democrats.The rights
E 1325.5 Ft S 550.7 Ft and his of
cause high measure
F I less R-W in NE Vt was busy with the civil rights pledged slate. But the court agreed that the time for qualifying fact that the Attorney
less Rd Sec 32-9-20R : national fame.A .
.W per DB 75-418 300.00 900.00 bill.In had passed when the group attempted to switch from a General is not a resident of this
major question at stage ROBERT KENNEDYany
nationwide television ad. Nixon to
a an unpledged slate. New York State would prob-
FOR SANITARY SEWER dress beamed to six Oregon "Had the relators taken the trouble to find out from Mr. ably not interfere with his I: of the political maneuvering is other potential candidate
I : In N.W. 21st Avenue from Its Intersection with N.W. 4th Street to Its Intersection whether Mayor Robert Wagner,
vim N.W. 2nd Street. channels Wednesday night, Nixon in advance whether he would object to having his candidacy. Legal authorities in I leader of the could.If .
\ Total length of line 608.00 Ft. Goldwater said the United name entered in the Florida the acknowledged
Total front footage 17965 Ft. presidential primary or if they both parties agree that a Senate Democratic
organization the General decides
Front footage to be assessed 1041.05 Ft. States should take the lead in had not waited until the last minute to qualify as candidates nominee need only be living in I Attorney -
Rate of Assessment S 3.00 epr front foot would support Kennedy's candi- to pursue the New York
Total Assessment $3.123.15 applying economic and political for delegates pledged to Mr. Nixon, they would have been the state from which he is run

ASSESSMENT NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION NORTH SIDE FRONT FOOTAGE AMOUNT BE ASSESSED TO pressure "to change the Communist able to avoid the impasse in which they now find themselves. ning at the time he is elected.If dacy.A is whether Senate leaves nomination or at least
corollary question the effort
1. J. R. & Jerline Crowder Glenwood PB B-27 plan." Having failed to do so, they cannot now be heard to that he received the Democratic open,
\ Lot 1. Blk 4 53.70 Wagner could successf 11 y to designate a Democratic
X Drucllla J. Floyd Glenwood PB B-27 "I think we ought to use every their nominating petition should be treated as one for un Senate nomination, Kennedy ,
Lots 2 & 3. Blk 4 100.00 300.00 available for pledged electors prevent the Attorney Gener- candidate in advance of the
peaceful .
3. T. C. & Ruby Wilkinson Lot Glenwood 4 Blk PB 4 B-27. 50.00 15000 means would oppose in the generalSOUTH al's nomination if Kennedy decided Sept. 1 state convention date

4. J. H. & Edna Laird Lot Glenwood 5 Blk PB 4 B.27, 50.00 ISO.00 ASSESSMENT NO. OWNER NORTH DESCRIPTION SIDE FRONT FOOTAGE AMOUNT BE ASSESSED TO SIDE to press for the post and will prcbably go aglimmering.

S. L. E. & Lois Jones Glenwood PB 8-27. 2. L.. W. & Estelle Box Lucile PB B-26 Court.Lots 6. I II DESCRIPTIONNONE the Mayor decided to oppose Kennedy is also a potential
I Lot 6 Blk 4 50.00 150.00 1
8, 10, 12. 14, 16. Vice-Presidential candidate.
.. Odle J. Jones Glenwood PB B27. 18. 20. & 22, him.A. I
Lot 7 Blk 4 50.00 15000 ASSESSMEFOR NT ROLL _
number of political observers matter of
Blk C 45000 1,35000. SANITAIn RY SEWER : courtesy,
I Wall Glenwood PB B-27.
7. S. M. Dorothy
3. W. C. & Annie Turner Lucile Court '
Lots I & 9. Blk 4 100.00 '30000 PB B.26 Lot 24. an easement described as commence at SW corner of Lot 15 Glenbrook sub- believe that Wagn r. ,..attitude he would not be asked to commit -
division. PB F-30. Public Records of Ala chua County, Florida, thence run North '
Blk C SO.00
150.00 toward the Senate nbmi-
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 4. Bill's Meat Room, Inc. Lucile Court to NW corner of Lot 15 thence run East to SW corner of Lot 20. himself, to a Senate race un
1. Raye & Edna Rose Glenwood PB B.27, PB B-26 Lots 26 Total length of line 467.00 ft. nation which he has refused til after President Johnson had
W 10 Ft of Lot 11 &
Total front footage 1.229.10 ft.
Lot 12. Blk 3 60.00 180.00 & 28. Blk C 121.70 36510 Front footage to be assessed 1.229.10 ft. himself-is keyed to a desire to selected his running-mate at the
2. Lois Evelyn Davis Glenwood PB B-27, SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Rate of assessment S 100 per front ft.
avoid the designation of a Democratic Democratic National Conven-
Lot 10 &
W 20 Ft of Total assessment 3687.40
.1. J.B.&Ila&W.W.I & Lucite Court

Blk ElOFtofLotIl.3 60.00 18000 Norma Ward Blk PB B B.26 Lot 4, 154.20 462.60 ASSESSMENTNO.. OWNER I 1 WEST B.MORTH .SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO opposition to Rep. Sam tion, which opens on Aug. 24.

J. E. & Ruby Gasklns Glenwood PB B-27. 2. W. E. & Lizzie Hesters Lucile Court. II I DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED uel S. Stratton of Amsterdam, Stratton has said that he
Lot 9 & E 30 Ft of PB B.26 Lot 5. 1 C. A Pound (:Slenboork S D,
Lot 1C. Blk 3 75.00 22500 Blk B 50.00 15000 I PB F-30 Lots 16, N. Y., an undeclared Senate would not undertake a Senate
4. Ted & Virginia Gornto Glenwood PB B-27. 1 7. 19, & 20 1 3.14 2531.52 '
Lot 8. Blk 3 50.00 15000 3. C. J. & Annie Brown Lucile PB B.26 Court Lots 7, candidate who has the formal race unless the designation

5. W. S. & Martha Wilson Glenwood PB B.27, 9, 11. 13. 15, & I EAST & SOUTH SIDE backing of a score of upstate were made early enough to give
Lot 7. Blk 3 46.17 13851 I DESCRIPTION I
17 Blk B 300.00 900.00
.. J. E. & Lela Locklear Glenwood PB B.27. 4. J. L. Scotten Lucile Court. 1. C. A. Pound 4 4I Sienbrook S.D, county organizations.If the Democratic candidate timeto
( Lot 12. Blk 5 46.18 13854 I PB F-30 Lots
PB B 26 Lots 19
\ 7. R. W. Sparks Only) Glenwood PB B.27, & 21, Blk B 100.00 300.00 ,14 & 15 38526 1,15578 he were elected senator overtake Keating. '

I Lot 11. Blk 5 50.00 150.00 5. C. J. & Annie Brown Lucile Court. from New York and thus projected If Kennedy were the Senate
8. W. M. & Sarah Weeks Glenwood PB B 27. PB B.26 Lots 23, ASSESSMEIFOR *4T ROLL
Lot 10 Blk 5 50.00 150.00 25, & 27, Blk B 171.70 515.10 SANITA!RY SEWER into the national political candidate, his promin e n c e
In an easement described as, commence at SW corner of Lot 19 Glenbrook Sub-
&. Erma M. Waters Glenwood PB B.27. ASSESSMIFOR ENT ROLL division PB F30. of the Public Records of Alachua County. Florida, thence run picture, Kennedy might post a would presumably lessen the

I Lot 9 Blk 5 50.00 150.00 SANIT'RY SEWER North to NE corner of Lot 17. greater threat to Wagner's party need for a longer campaign and
10. Sam Utchfleld Glenwood PB B-27, Total length of line 15300ft.
In N.W. 21st Lane, from Its Intersectionwith i I with N.W. 3rd Terrace to Its Intersection
Lot 8 Blk 5 50.00 150.00 N.W. 6th Street. Total front footage 695.28 ft. leadership than Stratton or publicity build-up.
11. Maxine K. Dixon Glenwood PB B.27, Total length of line 700.00 Ft. Front footage to be assessed 159.78 ft.
Lot 7 Blk 5 50.00 150.00 Total front footage 1.549.90 Ft. Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front n.
Front footage to be assessed 1.549.0 Ft. Total assessment $A79.34
NW 20th Avenue from its intersection with NW 4th Street to its Intersectionwith ASSESSMENTNO. NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 1. C. A. Pound it i I Glenbrook Subdivision I
Total length ef line 548.00 ft. 1. J.B.&lIa&W.W I Lucile Court I 4I F-30 Lot 18 15978 47934
Total front footage 1.114.70 ft. & Norma Ward PB B-26 Lot 1
Front footage to be assessed 1.114.70 ft. Blk B 15800 47400 I EAST SIDE U. S. 'Disgrace' Mansfield:
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 2. W. E. & Lizzie Hesters Lucile Court I DESCRIPTIONNONE
Total assessment $3,55A.10 I
PB B-26, Lots & -
ASSESSMENT NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE. BE ASSESSED 3. C. J. & Annie Brown -. &Lucile 8 Blk Court B 100.00 -300.00 ASSESSMEIFOR NT ROLL Ntw tJnrk miws I Harris Is chairman of the
Glenwood. PB B 27 ; SANITAIIn RY SEWER
1. J. C. & Billa Crews
PB B-26. Lots 10.
Lot 1. Blk 3 50.00 150.00 12, 14. 16 18, 20. NW 21st Avenue. from Its intersection \with NW 7th Street, run 100 feet East. By WALTER SULLIVAN House Interstate and ForeigA
2. Margaret Ward Glenwood, PB B 27 22. 24 26. & 28 Total length of line 130.00 feet 'Commerce Committee. Laird is
Lot Blk 3 50.00 150.00
2. Blk B 52170 1565.10 Total front footage 42310 feet
a. J. & Emma Fountain' (Jessie) Glenwood. PB B-27 Front footage to be assessed 223.10 feet NEW YORK The failureof ranking Republican member of
Lots 3 8. 4. Blk 3. 100.00 300.00 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. this country to establish a
4. A. R. 8. Albasean Owen Glenwood, PB B 27 1. S. T. & Rita Czapiga Lucile Court Total assessment $669.30 the House Sub-committee on appropriations *
i Lot 5. Blk 3 50.00 150.00 PB B-26. Lot 2 ASSESSMENT I JORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO national program for medicalcare
for Health Education
5. R. L 81 Gladys King Glenwood, PB B 27 Blk A, Less R-W 15850 47550 NO. OWNER I ESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Lot 6. 81k 3 46.17 13851 2. J. & Josephine Czapiga Lucile Court 1 Helen M Torlay I Pine Park PB B-99.of of its older citizens "bor and Welfare. -
'. R. L & Gladys King Genwood.: PB B-27 PB B-26, Lot 3 1. 7. Blk D 112.00 336.00 I ders on a national disgrace "
Lot 1. BIle 5 4618 13854 Blk A 50.00 15000 They are the first recipients
7. W. H. & Jacqueline Genwood: PB B 27 4 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTIONPine Sen. Mike Mansfield D-Mont.
3. N. R. & Gladys Kite Lucite Court ,
Warrington Lot 2, Blk 5 5000 15000 PB B-26. Lots 4, 1. Helen I M. Torlay : Park. PB B-99 of this newly established award.
I. J. F. 81 Marlon Ross Glenwood. PB B-27 5. 6, 7 & I, I let I. Blk G 111.10 333.30 said today.In .
I The Journalism awards also
Lot 3, Blk 5 50.00 15000 Blk A 250.00 750.00 ,
f. L. S. & Marvel Swailes. Glenwood PB B-27 ... W. C. & Louise Palmer Sr. Lucile Court ASSESSMEIFOR NT ROLL referring to the proposal carrying $2,500 apiece, went to
Lot 4. Blk 5 50.00 15000 SANITAI RY SEWER
PB B 26, Lots 9.
10. W. E. & Willie McLean Glenwood PB B-27 10, &-11. Blk A 150.00 450.00 In an alley West of N.W. 6th Street fron\ its intersection with N.W. 23rd Avenue, before Congress the Senate Majority Bill Burrus of the Dallas Times
Lot 5, Blk 5 50.00 150.00 5. D. & Mattie Lucile Court run 150 feet North.
11. L E. & Lois Jones, Glenwood, PB B.27 Conerly PB B-26. Lot 12 Total length of line 132.00 Ft. Leader said: "I am prepared -Herald for a series on mental

: Lot 6, Blk 5 50.00 15000 Blk A 50.00 15000 Total front footage 320.00 Ft. to see to it that Congress illness, Gilbert Cant, Medicine
.. James & Gomlllion Lucile Court Front footage to be assessed 200.00 Ft.
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION. PB B-26. Lots 13 Rate of Assessment 03.00 per front foot faces this issue, even if .Editor of Time Magazine, for
Jeanette Watklns Jr. Glenwood. PB B 27 Total Assessment $60000
1. P. O. & 8. 14 Blk A 111.70 335.10
.. Lets 10. 11. t 12. ASSESSMENT 1'VEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO it means another 12 months' an article on surgery, and Paul
for series
Cunningham of
2. J. E. & Dorothy Smith. Sr. Glenwood PB B 27 FOR SANITIn 'ARY SEWER a
Lot 9. Blk 2 50.00 15000 NW :3rd Terrace from Its Intersectic n' with NW 23rd Avenue to Its Intersection The United States stands shows on mental retardation,
j J. E. 8. Dorothy Smith Sr Glenwood PB B 27 With NW 21st Avenue. EAST SIDE DESCRIPTIONOak I
Lot 8, Blk 2 50.00 150.00 Total length of line 76300ft. 1. Rose M. Townsend Park, PB A-176. alone, among nations with advanced produced over the national net
4. R. L. & Gladys King Glenwood. PB B 27 Total front footage 1.35360 ft. .1 I Lot 5 Blk H 50.00 150.00
Lot 7. Blk 2 46.17 131.51 Front footage to be assessed 64060 ft. 2. Rose M. Townsend Oak Park, PB A176W medical technologies, in :work of NBC on its "Today"show.

S. R. L. & Gladys King Glenwood, PB B-27 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 35 FT of S 17 Ft of having failed to act in this 1 .
Lot 12, Blk 6 46.18 138.54 Total assessment $1,921.10 Lot3&W3SFtof '
4. D. V. & Ada Wiggins Glenwood PB B-27. ASSESSMENTNO. WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot 4. Blk H 67.00 201.00 area, he asserted.
Lots 10 & II. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 3. Rose M. Townsend Oak Park. FB A-176,
Blk 6 100.00 300.00 1. O. O. & Louise Annis Glenwood. PB Lot 2 & N 33 Ft of "There is not an advanced

7 L. C. & Margie Delaney- Lot Glenwood.9. Blk PB 4 B-27 50.00 150.00 Blk B-27 1 Lot 1. 5860 17580 Lot 3. Blk H 83.00 249.00 nation in the world," he added Tough Buuuy

5. .J. W. & Sarah Padgett Glenwood PB B-27 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION ASSESSMEFOR NT ROll "from Canada to Germany,
r Lots 1 & I, Blk 6, SANITAIn RY SEWER
less S 19 ". 100.00 300.00 1 .Gainesville Development 32-9-20 NW'4 of NW 23rd Avenue from its intersection with NW 16th Terrace run 250 feet East. to the Soviet Union to Japan Attacks Dog
Company NEW of NE which does not see to it -
ASSESSMENT ROLL &E47IttofNS82ft0ONWV. Total front footage 2.693.00 ft.
FOR SANITARY SEWER Front footage to be assessed 1.223.00 ft. on a nationwide basis that
In NW 23rd Avenue from Its intersection with NW 3rd Terrace to Its Intersection. of NEtt lessRW&lessS Rate of assessment S 3.Ooperfrontft. WICHITA FALLS, Tex. (AP)
with NW 6th Street. Total assessment S3,669.00JORTH older citizens are assured, at a
Total length of line 690.00 ft. 274.5 ft of W ASSESSMENT P SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO -Southwesterners boast about
Total front footage 1.611.92 ft. 441 ft 307.50'22.50 NO. OWNER II DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED minimum,. of a reasonable access the size and strength of jackrabbits '
Front footage to be assessed \.611.92 ft. 2. Southern Bell Tel. & 32-9-20. S 274.5 I ESOUTH to hospital and nursingcare. ,
Rate of assessment $ 3-00 per front ft. Tel. Co. Inc. ft of N 549 ft like_ other people talk:
Total assessment A.135.76 of W 441 n ofE471ftofNE4 SIDE DESCRIPTION .
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 1. C. A. Pound 11-9-20. N 1884 ft about big fish. At least one bunny -
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Of NW\4 of NEVi 274.50 823.50 c)f NEV4 less S 340.32 Mansfield spoke at a luncheonat turned battler.A
1. Home Lumber & Supply 29-9-20. S 315 ft Of W : 1c rds of N 532.82 yds which the Albert Lasker .
Co. 645 ft Of SEW less ASSESSMFOR ENT ROLL )f EW of NEV & E'
an exception as per SANITIn ARY SEWER 1C* of NW1 W of Medical Journalism and Public jackrabbit attacked a sentry
0B332-143&Iess an easement described as commenc C at NW 19th Circle 500 feet West of NW :reek less S 5-30 .
R.W 590.00 1,770.00 16th Terrace thence run South 250 feet thence Easterly along North side of creek .icres DB 315-99. Service Awards were presented. dog guarding Sheppard Air
2. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 29-9-20. Com 748V* 200 feet. I ess 5.3 acres DB for a'massIve :Force Base here a few days
ft W of SE ? 115-380 & less 1.C7 pleading
Co. : cor. run Total length of line 182.00 n. > 4867JO : ,
; : W 1271V* ft N 1320 ft Total front footage ft. rt ; eras DB 329-196 & attack on ill-health, parallel to ago. The marksmanship of the
E4OftN132OfTE Front footage to be assessed 325.38 ft. !i47Vt ft of E 1023.72t
t. 161ftN488attE Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. .- & less R-W also that on poverty, he said the guard accompanying the dog .
1070ft53128ft&W Total assessment S 976.14 :,: :H 120.7 ft of E 1450.7 -
broke the
; 40 ft of SWtt efSE14 ASSESSMENTNO. EAST & t of that part of S question troubling people of up fight

,; 300.00 900.00 OWNER DESCRIPTION NORTH SIDE FRONT FOOTAGE AMOUNT BE ASSESSED ,t'ying 42.5 ft N of of NEVI a spring the world "is not who will bury Air base officials said they

SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 1. C. A. Pound Gtenbrook SubdivisionPB \ : t ranch & less 2.41icres whom. It is who will give life :feared the bunny was rabid and
Box Lucite Court PB B-24 a OR 14XW7S 240.00
1. L. W. & Estellt F-30. Lots II 720.00
LotsS,7,11.13,13. & 12 325.38 976.14 2. Sixth I. Washington. 11-9-20. N 547J ft Of to whom and to Jiow many!" had tests run. The reply today
17. 19, & 21. 81k C 550.22 1,650.64 Corporation "- I E 1023.72 ft of that *
2. W. C 1 Annie! Turner Lucile Court. PB 824 WEST & SOUTH ,Mrt S 4 W of R-W National "poverty" or sundry was "not rabid.?

Lot 23 81k C 50.00 150.00 SIDE DESCRIPTIONNONE 14 ess CR 147-592 mOl 2,949.M ideological considerations .cannot ,. "Just a tough jackrabbit"
3. Bill's Meat Room. Inc. Lucile Court. PB B 26
Lots 25 & 27. Blk C 121.70 365.11 STATE OF FLORIDA be accepted as excuses for j commented an air base official.
Mansfield said '

FOR SANITARY SEWER In an easement described as. commas ce 250 feet South of NW 19th Circle and I, James M. Price. Jr. acting Clerk; of the Commission of the City of At the luncheon, Albert. Lask-
IM 22nd Avenue. from Its intersection with NW 3rd Terrace to its intersection 500 feet West of NW lSthT.rrc.,
NW thenc e ,rvn Westerly along North side of Creek Gainesville/ Florida. I municipal corpora Ion, do hereby certify that the fore-
with NW 4th Street. 700 feet to Manhole 100 6024-0. Public Service Awards of
going Is a true of
and correct copy a n as duly and
Total length of line'I. 1447.20 786.00 ft. Total Total front length of line 745.00ft.' adopted by the City Commission of the C:iry T'G=I-:: Florida at regularly a calledeunto $2,500 each were given 'to 'two A champion Akita dog in Japan -
Total front footage ft. footage 371.17 ft. session on May 11, 1964. -
Front footage to be assessed 1,447.20 ft. Front footage to be assessed 371.17 ft. congressmen for their efforts on I is declared a National Art
Rate of assessment S 3.00 front ft. Rate of assessment .
per S 3.Coperfrentft. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have her set hand :
my and affixed the
ASSESSMENT Total assessment . NORTH S4.34IM SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ASSESSMENT Total assessment $1.11341NORTHSIDE official seal of the City. of CalnesvUle.! fk.Jama Irldl this 13th day of May, JD.14.. behalf> of public health legisla.tion. 1 treasure and made a ward of
OWNEIt.. DESCRIPTION ASSESSED NO. : .' They were Rep Qren Hart be government, The prize-win-
U C. H. Wagner Lucile Court. 1. C.A.Pound Glenbrook Subdivision -: .-" ActingCity Clerk of the. Commission. ris, D-Ark., and Rep Melvin. R. r sing canine cannot be taken outif .
PBB-2I.tL PB F-30 Lots .. ,, 'a > of Gainesville Florida '
IS lit C 153.80 46140 II 371.17 1.U151 Laird, R-Wis. c the country.




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\ 24 Gainesville Sun Thursday.. May 14, 1964 .1 J

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BridgeIn \ __ :-
I (AP-Ern-) H : II PH. 372-8441

the deal shown today North est l Marples, British minister of YOU I forClassified'
..l =lA. 41* .! .
was tempted by the score to transport, says too many people -

jump from one spade to threes ride when they should walk. ANY OF THESE L f ':."*SK j. ?tJttt' OnlyDEADLINES

: :
p a des. Even at this score, Marples, here to study the :'< '<" ),-' ; I "

North should have had the equivalent ity's transportation system,

of 11 points, and his 9 WEST says perhaps one way to solve Tues. thru Frl. papers-S pm. Day before publication
For ads' to>> go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
were very poor material. He 4965 this problem is for everyone 'town For ads to go In Moo. paper-1 p.m. Sat.

had no ace, and it was very V a dog. THINGS TO SELL? 4 (Minimum ad 4 lines)

likely that some of his assorted AS

queens and jacks would 4- LEGAL NOTICE They'll Bring You Extra Cash 3 5 FAMILY RATES .. .,

valueless. The University of Florida class will of commodities receive- CHECK 5 1 Insertion ...................................*........... 34e ---I
I ,_prove ( bids for Indicated the general below. Interested bidders Rugs Insertions .............................................. 22<<:.
as obtain forms specifications >= 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c line
South was justified in hopingfor and other information contacting the 12.sertions .............................................. 14c line
a slam after the raise to Purchasing Division Room 106 Tiger Guns 5 Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned
Hall University of Florida GaInes- x number of Insertions.
three spades, and there was no 'tlle. Florida. .' .' Tools ;-
64-Meat and Staples bids open every '- : THESECLASSIFIED
obvious way to discover wheth Tuesday-10:00 .., ?.-
14-Hospital Supplies bids open every :: S Five letter words per line
f er the North South hands Both Monday 3:00 Boats _. I 5

t: would fit well. His bid of four and 64-41 Strvctual additions and Air Conditioning ;
for AE Phi Sorority House : Same as 2 lines
hearts was a successful attempt score of 10:30 May 27. 1964. .,.. Tents f x 8 Pt. ordinary type

to discourage a heart lead: a South I T.Director N. WELLS of Purchasing. -- ... .fo..,..; 12 Pf Same as 3 lines

ruse which West might have 1 4 I II 3332)[ 5:7 14 Books ordinary type

seen through if he had asked 4 4 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER Plants ; Same as 4 Ones

himself why South had not 6 4 FICTITIOUS NAME I 18 Pt ordinary type
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes > ADS
I bid six spades directly. West notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Pianos
Robert W. Rainey. F. L. Bur I
monds. Same .s 5 lines
& Jean Bracher doing business under 24 Pt
J A player who leaps to a slam gers the firm name of Bur-Ney CattleCo. Stoves ordinary types

S without using Blackwood normally .. not inc. Route 1. Bolt 116-D. Gainesville I
Alachua County Florida. intends to
t has three first round register said fictitious name under the Radios FOR
another provisions of the aforesaid Statute. The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
controls in his own hand, so Dated at Gainesville. Florida, this 28 = incorrect .insertion, nor will It be Hat!* for any error In advertisement
. ace. day of April A. D, 1964 Skates se o a greeter extent than the cost of the state; occupied -
West should have suspected that the Item fci
ROBERT W. RAINEYF. H by the advertisement. No adjustment wilt
South would be void in one of the L BURGESS H be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
I JEAN BRACHER 5= advertisement.
I the minor suits. It is true that a last low (3301) ':30; 5:7 '14, 21 Trunks BIG

heart lead would have been 1f
I spade f The Gainesville Sun rose:ves the privilege of. revising or ra
I Following Is a list of the clerks and Jewelry
\\1 risky. The best selection was a Inspectors appointed by the Board of gs letting any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to
South County Commissioners on May 12, 1964 chance the classification of any advertisement from that .,.*
trump, which was unlikely to : to serve at the polls for the primary Bicycles | dered tn conform to the policy of the paper.i .

1 I.. hurt the defense and might cut his car election to be held May 26. 1964. SAVINGS I
G. M. Davis, Chairman
' t! down declarer's ruffing power.West's trump, Board of County Commissioners TV Sets iff.llllllllm.lllml11l_......................._ArlnIt.......lllllllllmnnlnmmml11lillmIIn'I'IWIJIIII'I"W11IIBIIIIillItt_........ .___......_..... .: .JYYm' nnttHtn."......_ ,
i Alachua .County
t Precinct No. 1 Waldo-City Hall (1);
actual choice of the
r drew the Clerk, Bertie M. Schenck Inspectors: ClothingCameras
l diamond ace as his opening lead Grace Geisinger, Estelle Gunter, Bet-
claimed tee DeSha, James W. Caleau (R). THERE
, did no great harm, but he followed By Precinct No. 2 Lacrosse Home Dem ON
onstration Club (1) Clerk, Delphic May;
'r it naively with the club own h a Inspectors: Lois Moody Grace Norris
: Mary Colson. Bessie Coughenour (R). Sun Want Ads
, ace. Even at this point it appears Antiques
trump Precinct No. 3 AlachuaCommunityCenter
li! that South must lose a (2) Clerk, Mamie Waters Coney
heart, Shaw. Mary Hlnckelman, Theressa Weln- Furniture .
heart trick. monds. art. Sally Eddy Bessie M. Hiller (R). FINE
, Precinct No. 4 Gainesville Kir b y i IS: I

But South was Auko Bos, I Inspectors Smith School: Lois(3)F.Clerk Carr, Emmie Betty McCall Jean Livestock : Get Results

co manager of the West 58th Parker Cecille J. Fagan. Dorothy Bourgeois
Eunice Perryman, Herta B. PittsR
i! Street Bridge Club, and he proceeded ( ). Diamonds CARS!
Precinct No. 5 Gainesville J. J. Fin- :
to give a fine demonstration I ley School (4) Clerk. Bessie Strickland; Fish Poles

of dummy reversal Inspectors: Lucy Zeigler, Mabel Robertson
I Vera E. Williams Myrtice B. Walker WORTHWHILE
# techniques. He ruffed the club Mary S. Murray Ada Bethea EdithA. Used Cars
Reece R)
;i ace with the spade ten, led a Of 3 Precinct<<: No. 6 NewberryMunicipal

;; trump to the queen, and ruffed Building: (2)Orbia; Clerk.MCElroy.Pearl Clarice Bishop Brown; Inspectors Auto TiresAquariums

j LEGAL NOTICE CAPE ) Olivia E. Gray T. B. Kirby. Charles T.

I The bids for University the general of Florida class of will commodi receive<<: Each Miller Precinct(R).No. 7 Gainesville Sidney I ., I ,.. ., -.t CLASSIFIEDDial
two Lanier School (4); Clerk Thelma Lev- .
ties as Indicated below. Interested bidders .
3 may obtain forms specifications and ett Inspectors Mary Heckard Emily Row Boats to ,.-. '. '. t .
T other Information by contacting the, the Franks Alma G. Jones Fern H. Wynn . i
I ,
Vivian Ina E. Ham
Brown. Ruby Dyal. '
Purchasing Division Room 106, TIgert
r Hall University of Florida Gainesville, Each ilton (R). Golf Clubs .
Florida. Precinct No. 8 Hawthorne Town Hall
t i aMMeat and bids (2) Clerk Annie O. Jackson; Inspectors:
Staples open every Tuesday months
I I 10:0044Hospital Lotta Wadsworth Florrie Helmintoller
Pearl Smith Mildred Williams Alice TypewritersMotorcycles
'" Supplies bids open every Mon United F. Lente R .
( )
44-62 day Table 3:00: Service (Chinaware) of leave t Precinct No.>> 9 Isand Grove Town READINGIN
f I 10:30 May 28 1944Ut3 Hall (1)); Clerk W. L Crosby Inspectors
Desk & while : : Mrs. Harry Evans Lillian P. Glis-
i I' Table Glass Tops YC '
11:00 n. 1964 son Alice Howard Marilla E. Gregory
Used TrucksRefrigerators 376-4672
C "4 64 Freon YC (R). YOU'LL .
2:00 May 28 1964 made at Precinct No. 10 MIcanopy Community -
44-4S Concrete YC Center (1); Clerk. Lucretia S. White-
2:30 May 28. 19" duce 14'f hurst; Inspectors: Louise Graham Cla-
44-66 Typewriter Maintenance YC ra Smith Blanche Emerson Dorothy
10:30 June 2, 1964 will be E. Eastep (R).
: 44-47 Rubber Stamps. YC Precinct No. 11 Archer Town Hall Baby Buggies
11:00 June 2. 19M A (1); Clerk Nila Venable; Inspectors:
Annie Campbell J. W. Simmons Elmer BE'
I 44-68 Acids & Ammonia YC Electric Motors
i 10:30 June 4, 1964 the Grantham ore K. Ball (R)
44-69 Bunker "-C' Fuel 011 Precinct No. 12 Gainesville Stephen
I. 11:00 June 4, 1964 Foster School (4); Clerk Bessie Clark
44-70 Gasoline & Motor Fuels Inspectors: Evelyn Tavolar Violet Wallace Farm MachineryStore
2:00 June 4, 1964 Ruby Seaver Ruby Miller Lena
44-72 Milk Cartons YC Worklnger Isabell! Wenzel, Maxine S. THE
10:30 June 5, 1964 Sealed Seaton (R). Equipment SHOPPING
T. N. WELLS Board of Precinct No. 13 Gainesville -School
Director of Purchasing day. May Administration Building (3); Clerk, Agnes Infant's
(3346) 5-14, 21 Tigert R. Grady Inspectors: Flora T. Clothing
Gainesville. Green Mittie D. Thompson (28) AnnouncementsLOST
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORI I Yvonne M. Ward. Joyce F. Kidd. Virginia ,.
place all .
DA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, I IN Simons Grace B. Titus (R). Sewing Machines '
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, I IN I Precinct No. It! N male Siamese
1 all <<: 14 Melrose I Home Demonstration kitten. S mo.
FIRST CElDERAL I FOOD Club (1); Clerk. Thelma C. Office I' SUN old, vicinity of 22nd St. and 15th
LOAN SAVINGS AND FOR Preston; Inspectors: Earlyan B. Evans. Equipment Ave. Phone 4-001 after 5:00
ASSOCIATION OF GAINES Dorothy Engelke, Dorothy B. Harned, P.M.
VILLE. Nancy W. Bigelow (R).
.- Plaintiff, Precinct No. 15 Rochelle Old School Move Equipment
vs- Building (1); Clerk. Hazel Zetrouer .
BETTY Inspectors: Willie J. Zetrouer Thelma' :
M. OWENS, his wife and BENJAMIN or Certified Bank Tillman, Margaret L. McPherson. Mar Nursery Furniture .
State Special attention
M. THORPE. his wife. i WANT
Precinct No. 16 Gainesville Girl Scout
Defendants. cent (S Materials to>> nervous or elderly.
Cabin U Clerk Miller Building
checks ); Eunice ; Inspectors Easy Way Driving School. FR
Stamps : Hazel Gatesman Myrtle Cope 2.7002.. Lie by State of Fla.
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Errophene Crozier. Mary Black, Llnnle
AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFEND payable a to>> Hendrix Irene Caudle (17) Ltnnea V. Outboard Motors CENTRAL
FLORIDA: Precinct No.>> 17 Gainesville Gaines
TO: BENJAMIN R. THORPE eel petition his bid for ville High School (2)) Clerk, Effie D. Sports Equipment
9805 Brooks Lane Ames; Inspectors: Ruth E. Alice, Ger SELLING OUTAll
Little Rock. Arkansas the opening of trude Mason Mary Ellen Blssland Thel ADS. stock cash & carry. Grocer
and he ma Sparks Margaret A. Cline (R). Vacuum Cleaners let, paints. drugs. tackle etc
KATHLEEN M. THORPE will Precinct No. 18 Arredondo Presby- FLORIDA'SLARGEST at discount. Cross Creek Trad
9805 Brooks Lane days after >> terian ing Post
written Sunday School (1)5) Clerk, Rozzie phone 481-2677.
Little Rock. Arkansas trol Ambrose; Inspectors: Wilma D. Frazier Fishing EquipmentWashing
YOU BENJAMIN R. THORPE and bid, Lyda Mae Wills Esther N. Griffith Na TRY TABLETS (formerly
and Dex-A-DIet .
KATHLEEN M. THORPE his wife are thalie B. Anchors (R) ) New name
hereby notified that a Complaint to 1''trol a Precinct No. 19 Orange Heights.Worn- Machines same formula only 98 cents. Canova'a -
foreclose a certain Mortgage on the cient merit l ens Club (1); Clerk Lora Lee Dougher St. Drug Store 37 N. Main
.following described property to-wit: ''of ty; Inspectors: Mertle P. Tyson Opal _
Lot Two (2) of Block "B", of ROSE Control. Brown, Neva E. Tillman Edith Tonger Heating Equipment IN GAINESVILLE, If*
cent of
IDA. as per Plat recorded<<: In Plat said Precinct No. 20 High Springs City 116 Central plaza
Book "D" Page 45, of the Public Proposal Hall (2); Clerk Maude B. Swilley Inspectors Musical Instruments (next to Winn-Dixie
Records of Alachua County. Florida. shall be : Rebecca King, Maude C. You For prescriptions & cosmetics
Bidder's Small, lona S. Stephens. Beatrice Mc- I.D.L. DRUGSTORE
ALSO all fixtures. Including. but not Bidders Arthur Ada M. Hill (R). Camping Equipment MARKETPLACE\ _
limited to>> the following; Oil Space address Precinct No. 21 High Springs Health DUE to divorce I have'a like new
Heater. Kitchen Exhaust Fan. and Architect. i Clinic (2) Clerk, Alma Peterson; In 1944 model ZIg Zag Automatic
Venetian Blinds throughout the house Dr. J. Chastain Gertrude Plumbing Equipment sewing machine that does ev
which shall be deemed to be fixtures sity of O'SteeeiMabRuth B. Candy Ella erything. We would inte -someone -
and a part of the realty and are a Bids If Guynn A. D. Hill (R). to take up payments of (i.00
portion of the security for the Indebtedness the above Precinct No. 22 Campvllle Methodist Children's Playthings ::1.mOo Small Balance. Ph. 371-
herein mentioned. hour before Church (1); Clerk. L F. Cosgrove; Inspectors _c_, .
has been filed against you and you are All work : Flora M. Sherouse Ails I. Till ATTENTIONI
required to serve a copy of Your Answer with the man Joseph Sales Beckham Robert E. Electrical Appliances Can Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat I hop
or your Pleading to the Complaint prepared Gregory (t) (R). 409 W. Univ. will close>> May Ijffi
on the Plaintiffs attorney Tallahassee Precinct No. 23 Gainesville P. K.
C. "
JENKINS JR.. 224 Southwest 2nd May Yonge School (3); Clerk Estelle Tilgh- Dogs Cats Parakeets to work.Sept. Pick-up alt. .re p a I r
Avenue Gainesville Florida and file] and I I man: Inspectors: Elizabeth Markham, FOR _
the original Answer or Piecing in the Forrest M. Constance Humphreys. Martha S. Omer 1- NOT DIVORCED aM.1 have *
office of the Clerk of the Circuit; Court tact to the Otis Johnson. Eva Olson (R). brand new i$44.-model l automatic
on rr before the 20th day of May. A D* shall be Precinct No. Gainesville Westwood Zig Zag Sewing Machete that-
1964 documents School (.); Clerk Sarah Deck; Insnec- des everything. We- would **e
If you fall to do so. lodgment by default drawings tors: Caroline Willmgham. Anna L Powell someone to take up payments of
will be taken against you for tract Gail Degrove, Margaret Humphries, NEW MHire $5 U per month total price
the relief demanded In the Complaint. amined by Edna H. Bronson. Mary Ann Frazer (R). Buy $54.501 alt W/ Univ.' Ave. FR * This Notice shall be published once Zone ( Precinct No. 25 Gainesville Buchholz Nothing will sell it faster 107S -
each week for four (4)) consecutive ing E. School (3) Clerk Florence Ripper In-
weeks In The Gainesville Daily Sun. ville, spectors: Hassle Bodie M I In" I e 8 Baby Sitters Child Cir
DONE AND ORDERED at Gainesville Bidders Means. Emma Quekemeyer, Gertrude
Florida, this 17th day of April I 'cifications Shackleford Myrtle Johnston Charles
A.D, 1964. set, with a M. Hampson (R). TINY
Cherrle Hales. tractor. Precinct No. 26 Gainesville LI t 11 e- AND TOT
Deputy ClerkJ. refunded to wood School (3) Clerk, Margaret S.
B. CARMICHAEL. of the Storm; Inspectors: Martha O. Baker
Clerk of the Circuit Court tect's office Frances Boyles. Fee N. Cowles; Freda than theGAINESVILLE us and sea for YClUrser(.
Alachua County. Florida der's Ellwood, Helen Davis (23) Muriel H. 24 SE Sill St. FR ,-71 6._ _
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Other Phaneuf (R). _
JOE C. JENKINS. JR. 1 full or Precinct No.>> 27 Gainesville Recreation PLANNED program awaits your
Attorney for plaintiff cations by Center (3) Clerk Elsie Gerald; Inspectors USED pre-scftool youngster lt- JACK
224 Southwest 2nd Avenue ling costs : Bessie T. Tyson Jacob E. Ty & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL
Gainesville. Florida per sheet. son, Sue E. Martin Ethel Pickeren, Pa- Music programs, educational
(3283) 4:23. 30; 5: 1. 14 depositing tricia Farris (29), Beatrice Thomp film-strips. 7.45-.15. JVlal-Frt.J
Lions, which son (R). 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. ..
return of I Precinct No. 28 Gainesville Voting Machine -
condition. Warehouse (3); Clerk. Lytle K. SUN Child Care in my home. Fenced
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN :DATE. Boltm Inspectors: Elols I. Johnson. yard. Reasonable rates. Good)
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA Each bid Mattie B. Turbeville Eleanor Cunning CARS i references. Phone 372.371 X
I accordance ,ham Mary B. Johnson Edgar S. Sell! !
which I Dunn. Laura M. Stewart Norma T. Foray KORTChild
IN RE: Estae ofCRISPIN I the (R).
SERVIN. care center FR 2.6667
IF ANY Precinct No. 29 Gainesville Howard
Deceased<<: SUBMIT A Bishop School (4); Clerk Gwen Dulaney; WANTED BABY SITTING lobo
NOTICE TO CREDITORS POSIT Inspectors: Barbara T. Jones Beverly have transporation. Phone FR IP
All creditors In the estate of CRISPIN En e'. Marv Culbreath. Florence 1477.
SERVIN. deceased<<: are hereby notified ED.Bidders' Wandztoch Florine Hale Lee, Esther WANT ADS _
f and required to file any claims or demands I factory to Thorwald, Lllllam H. Ford (R). EXCELLENT care for Infant or
child In
which they have said my home. Reference
may against I Board of Precinct No. 30 Gainesville Lake For
,, ,estate In the office of the County Judge I waive est School U); Clerk, Odella Dunn; In Phone FR '6-8U1.
'of Alachua County. Florida. in the Courthouse lect any or spectors: Ladora Bryant Flora Alloy .
at Gainesville. Florida within six 'bid that Vera Davis
In Sybil Weldon. Jessie Ward ;' or
'calendar months from the date of the I best Selma Hicks Lillian O. Wheeler (R). "'H, ... ,01 ,' I FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
first publication of this notice. Each claim Drawings Precinct No. 31 Gainesville Florida '. ..ti.
'or demand must be In writing and must Issued only Union Social Room (2) Clerk, Dr. F. '
state the place or residence and post- tive to W. Kokomoor (5); Inspectors: Evelette' For top quality workmanship
'office address of the claimant and must Neil Webb Wells (5), Gladys Raczynskl (5), Jose CALL . call
be sworn to by the claimant his agent or E. phone Butler (5). Joy Upham (5). Harriet -: -
his attorney. or It will become<<: void according Florida Wilson (R) (S). ; 372-6142
to law. tension Precinct<<: No. 32 Gainesville St.. Michael's '- GAINESVILLE
J Sidney MartinJ. Episcopal .
Church (1); Clerk Eva : f '
SIDNEY MARTIN By* Kuzma; Inspectors: Leila Fulton Ha- .. Rent UPHOLSTERY
Administrator of.the Estate of McNamara Margaret Buckhannan ISM NW. IJth Sf.Free .
CRISPIN SERVIN. deceased |I(3333) 57. (12) Jrck E. Arrants (R). 3764672 Estimates-PICK up and
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11 FEMALE HELP WANTED .. -'" 9ffimmfflnmnmffmnBmffnE00nllinnnngntml0llmlmfflBII : 1i 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale

-_Employment OPPORTUNITY CALLING i CLASSIFICATION INDEX i 3 BR., 1 bath CCB home. Stove.

OWNER LIKE NEW 3 BR, 2 Bath, Lg. refrigerator air conditioner
Great demand for T.V. advertised BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof LR.. with fireplace D.R.. builtIn Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E.
I Avon C 0 s m e tics. Turn spare ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE N.W. 22nd Street. 110' xiss', THE TIME IS NOW kitchen enclosed patio. 2 10th Terr then call 3765890.BY .
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED time into money. Call Mrs. a 1.. Hemoriam 5I Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200/x- car carport central air-cond. -
Burns FR 2-C421. Card 01 Tuakl II Waded I. 11... 180' with view and privilegesof and heating. Near schools OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom -
Clear Lake. 376-5109 Priced to sell. 3505 N.W. 13th 2 bath home central heat
BEAUTY CASHIER for local insurance 1 Last A Faaa6 12: MachInery Ta.i.
DEMONSTRATORS Ave. TeL 2-6795. hardwood floors. 2-car garage.Lot
office prefer age 25-40. Apply E: << Peruaaiis.d Services IS BuU4lag ila&crlall s NICELY wooded resident.ali lot .
105 121. $800 down.
Earn to x
up U per hour demon- Box 418-A Gainesville Sun Stat Travel Wormatloa 14 BOUielUl14 Gsd.sI 330x300 on paved road NW of per
sfrating COSrnetles.Full famous Studio Girt ing experience & qualifications. S Special NoUcu eJ ABU,... town approximately 3W miles Do You Have _A_ Room, ApartmentOr J.W. month.FR 22727.STUDENT 126. S.W. 40th St. or call
or part Time. 1 Florlstl 66 Hlae. For Balo 5 from city limits. $3.000 cash or
I Phone 376-4336 after 6. COUNTER girl. Apply Park Lane j 29 down with KIRKPATRICKHANDSOME 2, bedroom
Cafeteria 1212 N. Main I Baby Sltter. nJII Care 51 TradJac P.ate pet. up to 5 yrs. sacrificing
k phone calls please. No C Places T. a. ba sa ArtIcles Wante4 to pay. Call 372-0331. House to Rent? CCB home. Partly furnished. InclUding -

.WAITRESS wanted at Howard == Things To See 19 Fad 00 A Woods traditional residence appl. and washing mach.
Johnson Restaurant evening FOR Work in photo finishing lab. so to Baste Marine Eqalp.IS LOTS one of the most beautiful In; 18 minutes from Univ.. few
person only Apply Ro-Mo Color Lab Jl3Vi 71 Camp Hunt FWa Gainesville. blocks to grade school. to lot.
W. Unlv Ave. 14 Offlee E.tpm.n Large lots overlooking beautif u I design custom 9500. 4117 NW. 11th St. FR 3-
3. Airplane Salea-aeatal. 1S == Lake Wauberg. REMEMBER-A rental COSTS details and special quality 4635. After 5.30.Si53 .
BE A FASHION == HollDe Homes tot sale Mercasodisa Lots 1 BI from campus near vacancy throughout for the discriminating >
12 Mole Help Wonted ':8 Trucks for Salo Unlv. P.O. Also others. Ask us buyer.SLIGHTLY or terms. Has new 3 B R.I .

SHOW DIRECTOR 11 Trucks Wanted 58 about our 5 acre tracts lust a YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit suburban. Several most Bath patio stove and refrlg. sao
NO delivering or collecting. car ARCHITECT or senior draftsman:; 5 110 Tractors II Truck Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 5 few miles NW of town. Call attractive three bedroom two per mo. Avail. now. 2711 NE
necessary. Connie Robbins FR permanent position. salary open. n s= TraDer Rentals MARY MOELLER. REALTOR bath houses each with large 11th St. 3761496.LAKE .
.196$ after 6:30 p.m. Box 790 Lake City. Fla. 5 IS Hottoreelfl II Be..ten J3 Lot. tar Ciii g 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 family room well kept lot and
MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREin 84 AatomobUo Repairs s.a Watfrlroat Property paved street. Prices range from
"SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER the insurance business. Must == 85 AutomobIles toe Bale U DO.lea For 1&10S5 = FOR SALE 100 x 150' lot with well 15000. to 20000. FRONT
II toUafn For SaJ. and 600 gal. septic tank. fenced. SUMMER places I On Cowpen
new management. Open- be between the ages of 25 to 50 III Swap Care 58
ings for fashion directors. Part to qualify. Guaranteed starting 11 neal E.tat. EnbaaredEDUCATI 58 Phone 372-1075 after 5;00 P.M. Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU lake furnished two bedrooms $.-
or weekends.BY your 800.00; on Lake Rosa. comfort. EstateFor
t time .or full time. For appointment salary. Call FR 27167. or FR NAL SIt Real Estate Wanted
'call 372704._ 22153 for Interview. 19 Oat el Towa PrepertJ'lt OWNER 3 large beautiful able three bedroom, deluxe
II Schools A Iautrvctloo
kitchen extra deep lot $18-
HELP turn IMMEDIATE opening for sta.ion Hule. Dn-elDf. : Eesldeaslal Bulneii Freperues wooded lots. Just outside city EVERY DAY until it is rented : 000 Lake Serena exceptional the discriminating home buyer
your spare time Into Ineonso limits. Nice
No manager trainee. Salary p I us == 2. Wuted-lDstneUoa n Farm residential area residence and other build- that wants the advantages of
money. deliver
soliciting or a: Acreage liberal terms. Also 16
commission free group insurance acre ings. 335 feet lake frontage. the country and the conveniences
ing. Adjust/
I C3 Colored
your own working Property Rentals
paid vacation & other company tract with 3 acre private lake. $25,500.EXCELLENT of the city this Is the home for
firs. For appointment call benefits == EMPLOYMENT Do1 Colored Property ales E All or part. FR 2-8830. IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:
good opportunityfor of Custom and built
372-7049 11 Work Waated Male :::: I selection lovely you. designed
advancement for right man. IS Work Wanted Female = I lots: Over an acre in restricted for the large wooded lot over
Age limit 25 to 54. Apply 1025N. RENTALS good for split level house looking the water will love
58 U Bales Help Wanted $40 per mo . $1.33 per. day area you
Main St. IS Female 58 Waterfront Property 7500. In Westwood Little- the foyer the spacious living
HigtT School Graduate with ability Belp-Malo or U Cottages For Rent g wood area all improvements room with fireplace roomy kitchen
to'Type wed and take dictation. WANTED Caret eker on Lake 58 U Male Help Wanted ts Furnished Apt,. 5 $50 per mo. 4. $1.66 per day $4,500 Small acreage closeIn Including range refrigerator -
place. Must be sober and have Dr.maUe BEAUTIFUL lot the
Excellent salary. 5 day week. Furnished 5 .1 Uafura1ahe. Apt. 58 on Suwannee $9900: many others In all dish I washer and deep
Excellent house and 58 11 Female Help Wanted 41 Ho..u River at Rock Bluff. Call 376
benefits. Daily Inter. for Beat Furs. 4
areas.J. freezer dining room
good salary. Apply Lewis Jew- 6160. $55 mo. . $1.83 day separate
views S to 4 pm. == 48 Rouses for Beat UaflU'llo 5 per per W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor lovely bedrooms. 2Vi baths. anda
Co. 200 W. Univ
elry Ave.
:. SPERRYELECTRONIC 5 FARMS Ci LIVESTOCK 4, ooma for Kent 5 ON THE GULF 12x45 front screened porch.

TUBE SALESMAN salary car allowance 58 26 FCorm EquIpment 10 Hotel Booms 58 $60 per mo . $2.00 per day Member Multiple Usting The 2098 hetedOf living area
and commission. Age 25 to i n Feed A Fertilizer II IlIlc. Rentals 58 Cedar Key Shores 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 Is centrally and air conditioned
DIVISIONSPERRY 45 preferred. Phone FR 22533. 58 za LIvestock II SappUu ilIAVaated Te Beat 58 ASSOCIATES: by 3 A-C units. An added -
RAND ASSISTANT grill man wanted. 28 Ludaeaplal Top SoD 52 Eurde Wanted S & Other Properties $65 per mo . $2.16 per day Floye Mathlasen Irene BunnellA. feature Is the University

CORP. Good salary. Apply In SO Pets A SappUu U OffIce Dull SpacoIJ David Andrews W. Reece Capt., USN. Ret. tested 19 man bomb shelter. Located

GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Wonderhouse -;. Restaurant.person 14 Livestock Wanted 54 BaslDell Rontals 58 $70 per mo . $2.33 per day lust outside the city limIts
Cedar Key 3841 this Is an exceptional buy.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY S.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. I
Apply g III BusIness OpportunitIes n Special Senlcea 58 per mo . per i !
in person between 10:00 and Reg. Broker, .
Wanted part time clerk 58 specalizing in
typist ex- 52 Mona to Leu !mpraemente 58
12:01 AM. to the head waitress. :: LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. I If you are looking for a fine INCOME .
perienced In filling out Insurance 58 Mortgagee RadIo ,. TV ServIce AGE. 3 $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day !
and medical forms. Hotel Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. miles No. of Melrose. PROPERTY call us to
g n Monej Wasted :11 AppUanes a: F1Iraitar. ARNOLDREALTOR
call 372.3697.WANT T.V. TECHNICIAN Part.time GR 5-2981. see this 3 bedroom home wttti

I or full time. For appointment rnJLlllllninllnnlutnhlnIpllnnllllnllnnliilmww1nulJ! / IIJIIIWllllmmIllIlJIIIIIUU"nrUlIIIUlffll llltii!58 LAKE GENEVA contempOrary. 3 $85 per mo . $2.83 per day completely en attached furnished 2 bedroom and apt. Both only
beautiful business' and call bedroom. 2 bath
2-7326 between 9:00 and 5:00 nearly new. I
13300. Apt. Is rented for S7000
have fun. too? Wood
Phone 376-1480 weekdays. 13-Help Male or Female 14-Sales Help Wanted ceiling paneling throughout.open be a Roman m e d $90 per mo . $3.00 per day per month.REDUCED .
from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday ROUTE MAN needed at once. Apply bath. Large screened

time Wednesday please.WAITRESS & Friday. no other call Canada 65825.DEBIT.SALESMAN. Dry Bottling Co. or Work shop carport, 2 acres patio. $95 per mo. ... $3.16 per day I Ij Black Acres- Beautiful near UniversityGolf lot In
MAN or woman to work In pack- sandy $32,500. Melrose j Littlewood r Course now only 3200.

Good hours good for well age store part time 1 to 5 P.M. GR 5-5661. $100 per mo ... $3.33 per day ,
established -
salary. Apply in person. Won- local Insurance Co. Apply in person 114 S. Main St. $105 CBS HOME 3 BR, 2 bath LR DR. Westwood SchoolsThis MERRILL
dernouse Restaurant. 14 S.W. Excellent commission opportu- PER WEEK large Fla. room & util. Rm. on 1969 "Parade of Homes"
1st. Behind Sears.PHYSICIAN'S nities and benefits. 3728171. PLACEMENT SERVICE SALARY extra large lot. Keystone Lake. house has a family room overlooking REALTORMULTIPLE
Office Professional PLUS BONUS 2 blocks to business dist., closeto an enclosed patio central
public keep Aide: Type meet MANAGER Tainees needed, age Technical One of the fastest progressive school churches. Total price CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR air conditioning 3 bedrooms LISTING

according to records.ability and Salary I 21.SO, steady employment fringe College GraduatesFor companies in Its field will have $21,000 terms. By owner phone and 2 baths for only $22000 PHONE 3721494ASSOCIATES
exper benefits apply Jackson's Minit call 372-6377 a representative Interviewing
appt. men 473-4386.
lence. Pn. 376-2608 i iJj' Ask to see this new listing in :
-- for application Market 1234 NW. 16th Ave. 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4;00 P.M. who hold the following QualifiCa- this desirable area. MARCELLA PARDI
: Monday through Friday tionS. Waterfront lot with house for SUN RENTALWANT ADS
t MAID wanted S days a week 6 PERSONNEL CENTER 1. Ages 21 to 40. sale. At Suwannee, Florida. See
. A.M. to :3 P.M. Must be good 13-Help Male or Female 102 NW 2nd Avenue 2. Own automobiles In good D. E. Johnson Suwannee Fla. Family Size HomeWith

If with children. Call FR 2-5169. Exp. secretaries, condition. AIR CONDITIONED gas heat apartment size payments.
NEEDED Business secretary mature Cashter-hostKs< attractive salary open 3. Willing to travel Monday completely furnished 2 bedroom I Northwest location, 3 bedrooms WATCH FOR
permanent. Answer In AFTERNOON paper route now White housekeeper $25 wk. through Friday Home on house on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles 2 baths and family room. $17- IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
own handwriting giving back available In Melrose. Man or Bookkeeper salary open weekends. East of Gainesville. Price $8.800. 600. Payments of $107 per month

ground. Salary open. Write Box woman wishing to supplement Exp. Waitress salary & comm. 4.. Available High school for education.S. Immediate. Terms available. Phone FR 6- I 35 Houses for :Sale 35 Houses for Sale Include taxes and Insurance. immediate Cooperative apartments to.
3672. *
417.A, c-o Gainesville Sun. Income by S50 per Write Exp. mechanics occupancy.
be built in Gainesville. For
Circulation Manager P. O. Box Store trainee hi schl. grad. employment.

DIVISION MANAGER 57. Gainesville, or call FR Off. trainee hi schl. grad.Tree No experience necessary 35 Houses for Sale FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. NW. Section 3 Br. 2 baths large information call FR 62921or
I LEADING Direct Sales Company 2-8<<1. ext. 16. surgeon foreman $2 hr. Thorough training Is given by home located in Westmoreland carport and utility. Paved street TwoStoryFireplace. write:
has opening for full-time man Auto I company and pay begins with P. O. Box 13956
100% GUARANTEELarge salesman Exp. $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open Estates. On city sewers pavedSt curbing excellent condition 3 bedrooms 2 baths.
ager. Must have car, phone. experience Short order grill man training. House Sundays I to 6 De- 2 Ig bath Rms., Ig. family rear Terrace well landscaped. hardwood floors a study all situated Gainesville. Flo.
In Direct Selling. No convenient type grocery Insurance trainee. $100 wk. FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEWApply p.m. Rm. & Rm. land
Signed & engineered S. living dining area. Reasonable 3725756 on a beautiful large
by U.
parties. Comm. For interv I o w Chain needs husband and wife Route salesman. Levy Co. In Person to Steel Corp. Homes Division. 2100 Central heat, built-In kitchen Including scaped and wooded lot. $700 University Park
write D. Cox. P.O. Box 7471. Orlando team to Manage convenient type CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. Mr. A. N. Shanklang sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards 3 BR Fla. Rm. Carol Estates. down to qualified FHA buy e r
giving resume of past ex Grocery In Gainesville. Cash 120 SE 1st Ave. 9 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. brick veneer 2 car 1801 walk to schools, close to near Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. moves your family In to this Aprs.
perience. Bond required. Call 376-9264. Phone 376- 234: Company Representative NW 36th Dr. Alachua garage.Homes U of F & medical center FHA Pay equity & assume VA loan comfortable "a r 1st ocrat" of

I WANTED experienced waitresses WANTED lady or couple to live HOUSEWIVES and students ambitious Friday May 15. 1J64 Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- 22700. Down payment $1,700 with $77.4 mo. payments; Phone homes.
night shifts apply In person. In and do cooking & light earn extra money. no Florida StateEmployment 6690. Immediate occupancy. Drive by 376-0539.
Larry's Restaurant. 1123 W. housework for elderly man. car needed your own hours. Office 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler Lakefront
Univ. Ave. Call 3764150.OVOU Call Barry 3764968 8 to 12.r. 413 S.W. 2nd Ave.. Gainesville. FII.PART. AN exciting home with space excellently Brothers. 3729545 dally 376-9048 3 BR 2 bath. house for sale. Total BeautyPriced
built air conditioned night. cost 11500. Call FR 2-6936. at only $25,000 This 4 bedroom
-TIME service route for arr-
3 BR, 2 Bath family and Quality Homes
2 bath residence is on a
""... ..,......"".=" '""" chua bltlous,County reliable with resident phone of Ala-and fireplace i now being completed FHA FINANCINGBR.. 2 bathhouse 2300 bedrooms.sq. ft, CH of luxury& AC. living.CompleteGE 4 beautiful Lake Santa Fe lot and
by Lloyd Myrlck Builder In
car. Fuller Brush Company. 1806 NW 38th Terr. Only Is right in Melrose. Non-f I n er
kitchen. 2 old. 31500.
Wimberly Estates outside
phone 27117.OPPORTUNITY. city $91.27 per month. Phone Arnold Flexible terms. FR 6-3569. 529 and non-nearer to Gainesville. WEST VILLA
limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off
Live at the lake and relaxl
Realty, FR 23522 for
N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22 appt. NW 58th St.

You've read about fabulous Village 500. Phone 25639. 4 Bedroom 3 full baths in Libby 3 BR, 2 Baths Ig. LR. walk-In N.W. 16th Ave.
PBefteHurry'I1! Green. Now..help sell it! WEST VILLA ESTATES Heights. This home has over If closets. dishwasher Sm. down ARNOLDREALTY
Excellent earning opportunity for 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 tiled 300 sq. ft. of living space air payment VA mtg.. Swim pool
L licensed Real Estate salesman. bath, wall.to-wall carpeting cert conditioned dishwasher and privileges;' 376-1583 after. 5- : 37th. j
Allen ,Dorman, sales manager. tral. heating built. m kitchen many other extras. If 'you' need COMPANY
House for sale NE
FHA section _
Hugh Edwards Inc. 3721551 : Includes Multiple
-dishwasher. Located on plenty of living area chetk this .
at of'
appraisalvalue' $10,000. 1219 W. Univ. Ave 3723522
large wooded lot with circle Will
one. consider trade. For information -
drive Orig. cost $20000 balance call THE JAMES CO. $300 down payment low monthly Associates: Pete Sieg TERMSWalter
payments. 3 BR. 1 bath, carport Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge
17 Work Wanted Male $17,380. Equity $600 payments OF GAINESVILLE INC. Build-
Incl. taxes and Ins. $143 large storage. Call after Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman
per ers of Kingsbury Homes. Phone
WANT |lob as practical nurse or mo. Phone 372-9172. 3722527. nights 4127401. 6;00 P.M. FR 6-4774. Charlie Mayo Jimmy Greene

Homes I i companion. Call FR 6-6319. FOR only $450 down .$71.27 per Stubbs Inc.
4 BEDROOM month ,
7 payments you can qua-
I 1 I 2 BR house
acre good water
desires lify for 4 BR, 2 bath home 1806
li few part-time bookkeeping accounts $12,996.82Professional sa near River county sacrifice landing on on Waccas-accountof NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
Just. to
keep. Call Mr. Der- & outside completely For appt. "We Trade Houses"
mody 473-4500 In Keystone family has left thIs $7000. Contact W. B. to see call 372-0481. JR. :
: ii Heights Can give references home In better than new condi Anderson Rt. X Box 100-B ,
tion. 5'/) pet. VA loan. Pay only Gainesville, Fla. SACRIFICE $2 OG equity for $700 Homes. Lots Income. Business -
: $375 down. Monthly payments cash. Total cost only S1M27. and Lake Property. A
18 Schools
Left i InstructionsMEN only $70.97 plus taxes and Insur Modern 3 BR, 1V4 bath home. Farm and Acreage. Ii -
.4 ance. See this house soon. It WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD 3 Near schools. Refrig., elec E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
:;: : WOMEN AGE %&.55 will not be on the market long BR large well landscaped lot range air cond. and drapes.No 638 N. MAIN ST.
WANTED IMMEDIATELYTO for this low price. with several trees $900 down Qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 66544Mccors NO DOWN PAYMNT-VA
TRAIN FOR and take over an established Phone 376-4068 NEW 3 BR. 2 BATH
CIVIL SERVICE HUGH EDWARDS mortgage; $97 per mo. pays ev
erything. Call FR 6-9907.
i ... in Pine Forest .. good pay offering security. For Information INC. Bedroom separate dining room MINIMUM DOWN FHA
Large secluded screened porch.
local Interview .write FOR SALE by owner modem 3 LOW MONTHLY
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. Fireplace walking

1 9.alnewiIIe fabtebt telling community American Gainesville Service Sun. Box 411-M c-o % 3721551. bedroom Furnished house or unfurnished.In Carol Estates.Assume 'distance 757.HOUSE. to lovely University.yard FR 2- Macoma Homes, PAYMENTS

'I S0a 0 607 N.W. I 19th Ave. 61 loan or refinance. Best $9495 BUYS .
Real Estate Exam offer. Call 3760414.NEAR WITH PERSONALITY for .
& Consider carefully the following sale by owner. Lrg. 3 BR. 2
Sale attractive 3-
fyl lualityltnded COURSE features In this 3 BR 2 Bath bath home. Has Fla. Rm., LIv- very ONLY $500 DOWN
bedroom home. 4617
ATTEND First lesson frH.HOWELL'S Ocala brick home. Cen. heat SCHOOLS. Attractive redwood ing Rm., inside Patio Garden $66.96 PER MONTH
I BUSINESS COLLEGE family room. exceptional floa r fenced yard 3 bedroo m extra large porch, built In. KItchen E. University' Ave.i walking
a'et \ COLLEGE. 211 W. Unlv. Ave kit., shaded home In central heat & air cond. distance to Lake ForestSchools. NO CLOSING COSTS
HUGH It\ FR. 6-3507 3723727. pan.! beauty heavily new condition 1206 N.E. Price $12.500. $500
l: fJIN comer lot. You can buy with 16th FLDUPLEX many extra features plus large down and $79.50 per month. 5-BR. 2BATH.
MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for terms to please you for 17500. Downtown Income prop- lot. Desirable terms Durant
N.E.16thAve.at15thSt. CIVIL SERVICE erty. Priced at $6,500 Estates, 561 N.W. 58th St. Call Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy FLORIDA ROOM
Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
Examinations. For Informationsend 3669 N.W. HISTORIC to 29 WINDSOR$200 to Parcels COO 3 20954. 6-5015. Office corner N. Main CENTRAL HEAT AND
acres $
name address & Phone No. per FOR sale or trade. Furnished or and 23rd BlvdEYES AIR CONDITIONINGON
Key Training Service. 112 W. 16th Ave.We HOME acre with AND terms.INCOME S bedroom .unfurnished. 2 bedroomCCB.. --- BEAUTIFUL
Adams St. Jacksonville. Tile bath hardwood f.oors car -- -
look at this home in excellent location for WOODED LOT
THE only ask that you N.W. loca
port front
FVN PRIVATE tutoringJr.., High, Brand new 3 BR. 2 Bath CB room rentals. $14.000 with terms. tion. Near school porch. and shopping r RIGHT POSSIBLE 90%
and first yr.. Cot. Experienced, home. The livable floor plan center. Will. consider late model FINANCING
qualified tutor, reas. rates call with family room will appeal to ALACHUAREALTY
car or large boat in trade. See real dream living In Shadow
after 5:00 372-6276.
you. Cent. heat and airconditionIng. -
Phone 3723039. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
Built-in elec. kitchen with
SPEED Secretarial WRITING Courses. SHORTHAND Classes gobS of cabinets. Half acre landscaped SMALL DOWN PAYMENT D. Oliver. Bldr. INC. .
now lot. And much more for 3 BEDROOM 1 bath CCB homeIn Ph. FR a-0844
forming.lege. 218 Howell's W. Univ.Business Ave. FR Col 4- $23,500. Terms to suit. Associates Melton Manor (Kincaid I West on NW 3tth Ave. past 825 N.W. 13th ST.

3507. Aria T. Smith Realtor Road). Small payments. Phone the Glen Springs Intersec PH. 3722511.vmvAtr.
Mabel Gore, Associate FR 2-2940 Sundays week days tion. See sign en left.
UNIVERSITYREALTY 63S N.E. 1st St. 376-2448 after 4:30 p.m.
28 Livestock & Supplies


Cooperative Mills 16 per cent i 111S N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 .
-- ,
Production Dairy part pulleted. W. M. Munroe Realtor --f -
& MOTORS Ideally suited for feeding on Assoc S. E. McLaughlin. Frank fr)
pasture. Special for May only. Roby Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas -
FMX Gainesville or Alachue. Jr.
Phone FR 2-1095 or 4612105.
WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS VERY NICE 5 room house. Has :
Flshigg ir Plywood fishing boats. oak parquet floors. patio with S
HUP4TERJJLbergIaS. FRANK $4950 HOOD-SPITAND$1099 MOTOR 30 PETS & SUPPLIES barbeque and a rock water-fall ;

GOOD YEAR is near school and shopping cen- : :: ;
EASY M S. OR CENTRAL 'THE TACKLE BOX ENGLISH shepherd PUPpies. Good ter. Only $10,400. Call 475-4381 In
CHARGE 725 N. Main 372-3537 for watch stock and pets. FR Melrose. :-- - s;.. ..- .. -a: z. e 'w

"The Heart Of East GaInesville" 2.0032.GERMAN
FRANK PHILPOTTS Check with Charlie shepherd pups AKC. all New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom tile
SPORT CENTER FR 21791. List of Classifications to choose shots, ready to go. Shown week bath $65 per month. Located on

Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ _ from days after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some
Fishing Boats. and Sun. See Don Carney 3501 trade-Ins. Call FR 22372.
NW 18th Ter.

Quality Sells Itself ALACHUA DEALER COUNTY'S"Where Skiing Swimming. of WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD
ONLY Diving. Black Labrador puppies best Walking distance to schools. 3 .
blood lines. Fine to hunt or athome.
BR. 2 baths home In SkylineHeights. '**''
20 NW. 14th Ave. Fishing Equipment. AKC reg. Call 3725763
Study hardwood floors. _
PR 23011 or PR 6-6893. SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.Mon. after 4 and all day Sat. & Sun. built-in range & oven. Cent. -- -

Thru FrL 5-4 pm. Sat '.6 Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper COW and hog dog puppies for heat. Shaded back yard. Call -- -

Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment. sale. M Leopard, W bull. Vi curr 376-0862.
CAIRO'S MARINE $19 to J25. Phone 4812545 after FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW sec

C01 S. MAIN ST. Tennis Equipment. 5:30.SIAMESE. tion.. :3 bedroom. 2 tile baths, THE MILLBRAE TODAY
KITTENS, I weeks old built In appliances. double carport
Baseball Equipment. / paved street. connected to
sealpoint 12Q ea. SIAMESE
mother cat. 2 yrs. old. S15 with sewer. Small down payment. 'One of 11 New Quality Homes at Highland Court Manor '
Sun Want.Ads Where to Fish. carrying crate. Phone 376-8996. Days phone 3723826. After 4

P.M. 376-4774..
_. .. MINIATURE Dachshund Puppies 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths :
--- -
BE CAREFREE Plus many many more. AKC registered, 2 males and 2 FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious DIRECTIONSNOTHING
females. have had shots. 150. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm.. closeto

'Get Results Enoy| a clean and healthy pool Phone 6-3800. $34400.school.Reasonable Littlewood down Estates.pay DOWN VA Drive North on Main turn rig"ht at NE
Master Pool Inc.
; ADVERTISE IN THE REG. Holstein heifer 23 moe.old ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone 23rd Blvd. continue NE 12th St. and
Suppi: :es & Monthly cleaning with 1st heifer calf. TB to
service & Bang tested. $195. FR 6-3326! 3725738.ACCENT ($400 closing cost) TURN LEFT. Follow signs to home on
FR 25363 6-0060 2-3171 DIRECTORY or 2-8864.. ON VALUE .
Look You would be pie; NE 31st Ave.
NINE week old American shepherd ed Stop and delighted with this we*** Only .$108.12 per month.
pups well marked. registered
located 3 BR. 2 bath quality

.MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the Phone, 6-3470.male and female $35. des'red home in neighborhood Mason Manor-central-a mud heat HIGHLAND COURT-MANOR by KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON

FLUFFY kittens need a good -window air condition-lots of

Fun in the Sun home. They're black and white trees-It would pay you to see Bird and llth Terrace
section PHONE 372-8441 and part Persian. 6 wks. old. this home before you buy- -Sales. Office. .Located NE 23rd --

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26 Gainesville Sun Thursday, May 14, 1964 ..

35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses For SaleM 35 Houses for Sale 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts.NEW 45 Furnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent UnfU

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole

4-BEDROOM BRICK FARMS RANCHES CREAGE COOL first floor 1 BR apartment 3 BR 2 bath, CCB buln-I range
N.E. 4 Bedroom 2 bath. large RURAL PROPERTIES FURNISHED 3-ROOM residential location. &
In exceptional
ARMY Officer transferred must Brick colonial rancher'on large DUPLEX APARTMENT V dIshwasr. fee bC
kitchen. screened porch. Stove most .
Central Includes 15th _
Air $60
Conditioning sell. 3 BR. 2 bath, Fla. room. Air conditioner. near Schools. wooded lot. Cherry paneled liv- ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORU.S. Nicest In town. Good location.on Utilities. Call per mo. 10
Fenced Rear YardA In N. W. Near SchooL $15,500. Swim Club paid. V-A Loan. ing room decorator waiL Huge Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. bus line. Couples only. No 6-80 FOR RENT 2 BR unfurnished
complete home: Wall-to-wall Negotiate equity. FR 2-5043. Down Payment arranged. 372- Florida room with glass doors Ph. 466-3120 pets. APT. 3505 NW 17th St. 1 per frame house. 1941 NW 31st Place.
carpets. draperies.. central air 1854. SUBURBANSuburban opening to screened outdoor liv. $60 Month mo. Call McKinney Inc.
conditioning., fenced rear yard. ing area. Inside laundry room. NEW concrete block home on 3 Apply 816 NE 8th Ave. FR 2-3617. 2 BEDROOM house, unfr
Quality Chambers gas oven, McKINNEY! 3 BR CCB house. corner lot fenced living, C.B. 3 Br.. 3 acres Two magnificent full baths. A acres of land. north of Gainesville stove refrigerator
range. and hood. Use of shallow back yard 4 yr. equity. 2215 land. S1L600.00 call Mary Moel- doctor's personal home. Hugh city limits. Buy furn. or 3 I BR. air conditioner, fenced yard 4413 N.W. 13th St. $70 month.FR .

'well pump to keep lawn and GREEN NE 15th Terr. FR 2-5538 after lerCONTEMPORARY Edwards Inc. 372-1551. unfurn. Price turn. S9000 with completely furnished near shopping 46 Unfurnished Apts. t-1541 6-293 Mr. Hay
flood terms. Phone owner after & schooL Phone FR 6-0630.
shrubs In present tusclous contiition. WESToDLittlewl schools, 34
Vanitied laundry sink In P.M.KOREAN NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 6:00 P.M. 372-4407 or '442-1175. .
DEATONRealtors bath. Central central air 2 t Bedroom. furnished apartment. bths. kichen eipp
connecting utility room. Large heat kitchen big .
rolling 2 to acre NEW 1 duplex apt.
living separate dining Anglewood SW corner lot. 3 Br. cond. Northwest. 19000. Call rear of 505 N.W. 14th Ave., $90 St. $135
room a 3764471.
estates. Choice of wooded on
or per
room. Three large bedrooms. 2 !bath: C.B. Dbi garage Fla. 376-2927. per month. Phone 6-2823. equipp. S m
S VETERANSOnly ft living permanent pasture. 7 miles westof Ph. 37H3 days 2BR. kitchen 1206
room. cent heat. 2.000 sq years
V Hugh Edwards, Inc. 372-1551. BUSI NESS- Gainesville. S600 per acre- FURNISHED apartment for rent evenings. 9th euip
: New 3 area. Immediate occupancy SEEING IS BELIEVING 376-7 :.EBR Ave.. $ V
$100 down N.W. call Mary Moeller 1918 N.W. 11th Road 3 BR with be the first to make your choice for two male only alr Close to Court House Zoned BR. 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate Call OP see United Farm central t II. $125.
paneled Den which may be usedas tioning u equipped. $35 per month. .
LAST OPPORTUNITY Business Lot 100 All city servo V
B-2) 133 by .
Agency 3722554.ACREAGE. furnished. Phone 2-8433 6-4173.
4 BR. Dining room. Living or See at NW 6th St. Call FR
3 and 4 unit U. of F. Flavet type this property can be purchased ices. 3 blks. to elementary and INVESTMENTIncome room adjoining Florida room. 2 .16 McKINNEY 2.31 INC.V V
Apt. buildings. Ideal for lake at RIGHT PRICE Call Junior high schools. Price $12.250 full tiled baths patio. electric ONE BEDROOM furnished. including UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms --REEN.
rentals. 23417CREEKSIDE including brick colo prop near U.of F. campus curtains and blinds. All
place or inexpensive FR to $15,000 Kitchen with built-in dishwasher. living room. kitcen.
Must be moved from University nials. Total monthly paymentsfrom for sale or lease suitable for and storage 41 acres apprx. Nice llvea b I e utilities furnished except eleo bath. Freshly .
Located N.W. 39th St.. small shops. will build to suit oven and range. utility Nice location. SAO month. 49 Rooms for Rent
property by June 15. BEST $75. HW floors. Central heat house. W. of Gainesville $11,000. triclty. miles from downtown. Good location
OFFER. Ph. FR 6-6926 : N.W. 13th and 14th Place. Call tenants. Investigate this offer. and air-conditioning. Convenientto 300 acres with 80 acres of corn FR 2-3974 424 N.E. 6th St. for children. $75 month.Call .

Modem HOME Central heat 2-9545 daily and 6-9048 nights. Call Mary Moeller.INVESTMENT. Finley and GHS. FR 21053. planted. 200 under cultivation 90 FR S-3419 until 5, FR 2.26
large beautifully landscaped BUTLER BROS. for inspection. acres pasture. 3 acres tobacco EFFICIENCY apartment. private after 5. Saturday and PRIVATE ROOM with bath I 81
creek-side tot together with allotment bat In pert pasture bath and entrance. Very clean. fro campus $35 a mt
GUEST HOUSE Call FR 2- LITTLEWOOD AREA water. 45 head of black angus Adults. 703 E. Univ. Ave. TWO bedroom apt. available immediately S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2 .
Appr. 300 x 300' comprising 2.3 ; lower level of duplex -
3617 cattle. NW of Gainesville. Inc. NICE .
HOME FORDYCEREALTOR Br. 1 bath, homes at 728 & 804 4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living Equipment Tractor. Realistic 1 Bedroom duplex. lights and : stove and refrig.. situated private downstairs rooms, closein
N.W. 16 Ave. Drive past & call area central heat. built-in kit. Price Good terms, good road. water furnished. Couples only. about blks.I off campus. 1105
DUPLEX: Mary Moeller 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High. Call No children or pets. Call FR NW th3A $30 per. mo. Phone parking. 531 SE 2nd PU m Ph.-FR
2 blks. from Littlewood elem. FR 6-5871. I 2-2
Let us show you this attractive MARY MOELLER REALTOR 6-58. V
school. Ideal for family. NICELY
BUYERS and well located two story duplex Ig. or 1 BR. kitch equip. Newly furnishe room Maid
family and elderly persons.Priced 019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 42 AIR conditioned trailer water duplex service.
that we have listed Good MARY redecorated. $50 month. Couples space. Rea
for Immed. sale. 3449 & garbage furnished. Student able rates. ,
Income 40 ACRES 210 E. Univ. Phone
condition furnished
Fully couples only. Near Univ. $75. only. 21 NE 13fh St.. FR 2-0374.
N.W. 13th Ave. 3722891NE FR
of $175.00 per month Residential Uncleared land. South of Newberry. 64
GUIDEby Could be used as a home with Nice 2 yrs. old. 3 BR 1 bath si 00 per acre. Terms. S. E. 372-5182 UNFURNISHED. 45th 2 Bedroom Ter. duplex. 102 NW 13th St. Men -Women,
2207 SE
an income Attractively priced 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Yard MOELLER C/H. screened porch. patio Sapp Realtor Newberry. Flor CLEAN. 2 BR. upstairs apartment month. FR $ per rooms and apts. near campus,

Don't wait Call FR 2-3617 completely fenced well land- stove. refrig.. d-washer. $500 ida. Phone 472-2000. near Campus$90 per mo. 2-23 day week, month. FR 4-2937
The James Co. scaped. In a good location. ReasonablY dn.. $75 mo. FR 2-2774. 2.4 ACRE-$1600 Phone 23.DUPLEX PARTLY furnished garage apart FR 6-10 ._ o
ASSOCIATESJ. priced. $14,800. Contact ment. 407 N. E. 9th St. Phone '
The James Co. of Gainles- Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth Fordyce & Associates. Inc, 376- REALTOR 3 BR. 2 bath paneled Fla windowair room. Public LOS utilities TRANCOS paved OODS road front. 2 BR furnished apt. Gas FR 63.LRGE ROOM and board for girls. Us.
1900 ft,
vine Inc. Builders of Kings- Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire 1236. dining conditioner room draperies.sq. fenced age. school bus service. Drive for cooking 8. heating. Cold modern 1 BR apt. Kit- of washing machine. Call FR .
berry Homes for this area will Multiple Listing 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 water Private front & back 6083.
West on Newberry Rd. turn fur
back yard, $1500 dwn.. 4012 SW child welcome.
be happy to answer any ques- Income Multiple Listing Member right on SR 241. watch for signon FR 2-4400. 1806 che furnishe '
I PropertyIn 19th St. Phone 29026. $60 at 1807 NW PRIVATE bath, entrance, Sand
lons might have concern- NE 18th Place.
yotf Terms if desired. V
: right. 6th St. parking.
Nicely New
ng home ownership. You might Redf ranksRealestote the heart of downtown. House HOUSE and 6 lots in Lake Shore Ralph FOSSEY Realtor refrigerator. furnised.. J
be one of those people that and apartment available. $9,800 PARRISHPRESENTS Homesites. Price $12,500. For in- 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air 'J St. :
financ formation call 22840. conditioned Phone A. E. Harp .
now owns a home but found total price and excellent "Selling Florida Since 1906" MEN STUDENTS V
47 Houses for Furn.
that It Is now Inadequate If ing. Call tOday. Fordyce & Associates INV CITRA. Two 2 BR homes FR 6-5576. comfortable rooms V Doubles
this Is the case a call to The Inc, 3761236.Perfect .
for sale. $2500 each or we Fordyce Acreage Furn. 2 Bedroom newly and singles 52X50 and
James Co. could well Duplex $
very I '
will houses. $150 down monthly. Phone
move attractive
setting ON LAKE GENEVA 2 2-92
solve your problems. By this WANT A BARGAIN? Owner Is Home and $50 monthly. Call Mrs. bedr .1
walking distance to Campus, Florida
large room LARGE dean.
In Approximately 100 of beautiful 0 cool
we mean trading your pre- Gainesvtl I acres room
from e aces
moving James L. Bowdin Newberry S.W. 6th Ave. $95 per mo. Mathewson Manor. C I II
year. a to shower &
sent home. centrally pasture land SI 65.00 an refrigerator. .
wants quick sale. 3 bed 4 bedroom. 2tt baths JOYOUS LIVING. Relax and en- Fla. ,472-2258.
room 2 bath with FAMI- heated, beautiful Interior. Within |lay life and your family in this acre. Fenced and cross fenced. 2 BR Furnished 1917 NW 5230 & maid service weekly. FR 2-
There are a number of questions LY ROOM. screened walking distance of West- :9 bedroom. 2 bath home. Large FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 36th Ave. $52 per duplex Call FR 2 BR. nice lot. fenced, $90 perm 1185 or 2-1931. 416 NE 2nd Ave.
that we can answer concerning porch, CENTRAL HEAT. wood and Llttlewood Schoo I s. living room. wall to wall carpet. 2 bath. Ig. Fla. rm., utility Land In and near Gainesville, eas- m 1 BR. near campus $75 per FURNISHED room for rent in
: trading. We feel that over 1600 sq. ft. of LIVING Contact Fordyce & Associates. and brick fireplace. Separate dinIng area. separate living rm.. dinIng ily accessible and attractively I H2. mo. Frank Roby at FR 6-23 private bom with prlvWleges.
by talking with us you can SPACE plus screened Inc.. 376-1236. room. Florida Room built- rm.. kitchen wall to, wall priced. 2 acre tracts. STUDENTS 2 & 3 bedroom air or 2-4351. Working kiche

pick a suitable floor plan and porch, on n I cely land.scaped in kitchen. plus a lovely screened carpeting in living rm. glass conditioned apts. Available June I Call 372-1431 after peferre
exterior design that will suit lot In N a RTH- DeluxeIs patio. on a large beautiful sliding door leading to 16' x Nearly 500 acres $225.00 an acre. 1st. Low summer rates. For FOR RENT: 2 BR house. fur FR o ..
your needs from our many WEST. convenient to schools wooded lot. 24' patio fenced-in back yard. Good close In NW section. appt. to see phone 372-0481 Mr. nished. 20 SE 48th St. Cal GR 2.370

plans that we keep on hand.A & UnIversity. Can be truly descriptive of this 3 bedroom 1325 NE 12th Terr. $19,500. Kaplan. 557. after 5:3 p.m. I NICE corner room In private

call to the James Co. will bought FHA or for a REAL 2 bath home. Beautiful ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE EXCELLENT BUY LOVELY CCB Duplex 2 BR. Nice- 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. I home. by day week or month,
get all the facts about any BARGAIN make an offer kitchen and family room. Situ- Lovely 3 bedroom. 2 bath home ly furnished In Danish Modern. 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House men only. Call 6310. Located
type: financing. any questions on equity & assume present ated on an attractive lot In the with wall to wall carpet and an Owner leaving town. must kitchen sac ForcJyceAssociates with Fla. Rm.. patio and fenced open. Call FR 631. 1017 N.E. 8th Ave. V.
you might have without any financing. Asking $15- N.W. section. Contact Fordyce old brick fireplace in II v i n g rifice 3 BR. 2 bath V AIR
built-ins. family room. central Inc. yard. See at 1412 N.W. 8th St. 3 BR, 2 Bath Fla. Rm. CONDITIONED attractive ,
obligations on your part. 500. Call 6-0817. & Associates Inc. 376-1236. room. Florida room. built in call 6-0318. Furnish clean, quiet room In
heat & air conditioning. located or ed Home for rent. per new home.
kitchen. central heat and central Univ. 376-17M 112
92* W.
We have lots available In CHARACTER. CHARM & FLAIR air conditioning screened outside city limits. For further 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments month. Call 64853 10:00 dent Kitchen, privileges. Ideal for" st

most any section of town for -Eloquent sunken living FORDYCEAssociates porch and a lovely fenced In information phone 372-3712. 43 Colored Property some air conditioned. A. to 6:0 P.M 372.310 or 37-4 .

you to choose from. room with fireplace. large back yard with pool and shuffle Summer rates, near University FURNISHED 3 bedroom home. NICE front bedroom, $25 per
dining area modern built- Inc. board court. Under $30,000. OH MOM and Medical Center. 916 S. W. Clean. nice neighborhood. $10 month. Kitchen privileges extra.

Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene in kitchen 3 large bedrooms You'll love this 3 bedroom. 2 bath HOMES FOR SALE: 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR Mo. 1732 N.E. 21st Place. Ph. 6-1 961.
Paramore have over 30 years 2 baths & large Real Estate Exchangors TEMPTING BUY Four bedroom beauty at top Northeast location. 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & 6-26. 37673 60 McDonald.
combined experience In the Central heat Realtors 2 bath home In Mason SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay-
Florida Multiple Listing
Terrazzo G.E. built In
floors. and
furnished cottage 51-A Wonted
down 8 ROOM. 2 bath, clean & To Rent
construction of homes. By careful ment. Some pay SMLL very
& AIRCONDITIONING for Grace S. Fordyce. Broker Manor walking distance to Lit-
oven and range. Newly redecor- for rent. Suitable for
; furnished home
$57 to nicely at NE
supervision Jim and ment. Monthly payment
months ahead. Coulden Associate tlewood and Westwood. Large 10
Dudley ated. $15,500. $600 down. FHA. Moore's
built working couple. Trail 3rd St. $150 month. 376- JOINING Univ.
Gene. it will enable as the $65. Also homes on your per
you teachin
Situated 44 ACRE wood- Benton Associate living room ideal for family liv st31.e
on Harvey Pay only $101 per month Includ- er Court 2330 E. Univ. Ave. sire house
homeowner to get more home lot for no down payment.Call 0002 or contract H. G. BellingerStarke. by
ed lot in exclusive area. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 ing. Lovely fenced in back yard. ing taxes and insurance. preferred. A.
for your and certainly Central 376816.ROOMY 1$
money Only 2 ,500 with terms to heat and central air con
3 Bedrooms. IV* bath. built In kitchen HUGH EDWARDS Builder Phone FR 2-4'125 kUchenette References. Visiting Gainesville
makes The James construction suit FHA or conventional ditioning. Loads of privacy on 1 BR living room COMPLETELY furnished home.
be on a 'well shaded lot. Minimum early June. Please write F. Bar.nt .
to beyond compare. financing. Call 6-0817. this nice quiet street. private bath & private 3 or 4 bedrooms. Available I
down payment. FHA. low 44 Cottages for Rent 208. 204 607 Progress Blacksburg
INC.N.E. entrance. No pets. Apt. June 1st. $150. Phone FR 6- .
This home
By building primarily the $301 DOWN & $66 per mo. Incl. monthly payments. TIME TO BUY IS NOW And NE 5th Ave. Ph. 66. 6261.
Kingsberry home we feel we taxes & ins. buys 3 bed- has strip hardwood floors. For we have lust the house for a 16th Ave. & 15th St. BEACH HOUSE on Crescent
have a great advantage and room home In excellent Information call THE JAMESCO. young executive with a growing 372-1551. Beach. Only a few weeks still TWO Bedroom Trailer. $60; one 2 STORY 3 bedroom 2 bath furnished 51-A Wanted To Rent
IN C. bedroom. On 5 acres. Adults
great OF house. 1005 SW 13th st.
opportunity for
you as condition. Call 6-0817. family. Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 free. Call FR 2-5281. $
Builders of Kingsbury Homes. N.W. AREA only. pets. 4611 N.W $125 month. Phone FR
the purchaser to pick design bath home In n per 6
ond floor plans that are created Claude M. "Red" Franks, Realtor Phone 372-2527 Nights 3727401. living room Anglewood dining room.lovely COMPLETELY redecorated. Large FURNISHED. 1 BR cottAge. all 6th St. Call 2-983. 3n 3 I V bdro section 2 bam, shaded house, Nol. !

by some of the country's Myrtle Lasslter Associate BY OWNER. Mason Manor. 3 BR. family room and built In kit yard with patio. Lovely living electric, tile shower good ventilation LARGE 3 BR. IVi bath Ig. livingrm. 2 BR house, ne pets, I V small children. Call evenings no or
leading architects. Wm. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate 2 bath cen. heat built-in kit.. chen. Ideal for family and en- area. 3 Bedrooms. 2 baths. located on Santa Fe dining rm. combination $70 furnish. 3037 SW ArcherRd. Saturday. FR
7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 huge screen porch. paved dead tertaining. Central heat and cen- $11,000. with easy terms. Call Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2S169. Price $75 per mo. Water turn. V FR 6317.QUIET
If you desire complete Infor. Res 376-2927 or 372-7943 end street shaded lot, reason- tral air conditioning. and one Les Jackson. Associate anytime. Call 372-2907. 2-56. I room to b us a
mation call The James Co. and MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING ably priced. FR 2-2378. you must see. Shown by appointment ERNEST TEW. REALTYFR 2 Bedroom, 421 S.W. 14th St.. $10C study. Reasonable. FR

we will be happy to come to ..""'"""'".."""'".....'_..."'''''""''"'""'"'"""_...'....."_*..'....IIIH.II"'IHII..III'...'...........$ only. 6-6461. 45 Furnished Apts. 2 BR furnished apart. with porch FR 2-3617 2-198 10 A to 6 P.M.
your home and spend any oIIJUUIIIIIIIIIIII Near University. See at 411 N.W. McKINNEY GREEN INC.

amount of time necessary to GOOD BUY Owner leaving BRAND NEW 2 BR apt. 1st floor. 15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per 54 Business

explain The James Co. systemof NorwoodHope I town and must sell 4 bedroom. 37 Real Estate Exchanged Prefer married couple and Ideal mo. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Rental
home ownership.We = i'1IIIIII1IIIIII11111111I1IIIhlllhhllll i'- 2 bath home living room, family for students. Near Stephen Fos
SAVE! nice &
room, built-in kitchen and ter. Phone 372-6011. 3 ROM ap. FORDYCE RENTALSCall GARAGE space tor rent 613 S.W.
can secure FHA. VA and screened porch. Central heat and SELL or trade for farm land In For on- 2nd St. Call John Merrill, Real
several different types of conventional 1 central air conditioning. Priced Alachua County. 3 Bedroom. spa- FURNISHED Apartment for rent ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea our agency to find the tor. FR
financing.Let to sell.J. cious house. Quiet neighborhood.Close with living Rm., bedroom. tile sonable. Call 376-78 house you wish. Many listed 2-U9.
"H" Inc. | to University. FR 2-0992. bath, alr us mention a few of J J. FINLEY We have Apt. FR 2-9569. EFFICIENCY apt.. private en- NEARLY new modern office o
the Home that are either un- trance & bath. Lights & hot water location at 3733 West Univ. .
We Trade Homes | excellent buys In 3 bedroom FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished furnished summer student Ph. FR
NW Drive3Br.2Bath
der construction or In the 1115 homes within INC. 6-247 Weseman Realty
walking distance cool. $60
planning stage.4Bedroom. 38 Real Estate Wanted apartment. Clean and preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. 1113 N. .
or Property jBfftjHHiiiiiniiiinn'niiiiiniiiinitiiniiiiiiniiiiiiBit to Finley. Both are available for month. Water furnished. Call 926 W. Univ. 376-1236

sacrifice this Immediate occupancy and both Ronnie Hayward, FR 2-4761 or 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. N.W. 13th St. Building to be constructed.
3 full tile baths We must 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr.
with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living -Our inventory is too = are unbeatable.excellent buys and pricesare WANT TO BUY FR 6-6134. 1-1 BR apt 2-2 BR apts. '0 Stove & refrigerator $115 pet physician. Space dentist. available for
lawyer, phar
area. You must see this hometo much-We will take 2 or 3 bedroom home with Very clean. nicely furnished 1 bed- NE 4th mo. Phone FR 62472. Wetcman shop and barbel
appreciate It. We will tradeon bath. $65 Realty. mac boUt
MELTON MANOR Under SIC- family room and 2 baths. Kitchen room apartment. Tile 2 bath. apart Call 376-1831
The one
this one.3Bedroom. $850 for our equity. following are ready for = 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0644 or ROOM garage I
000 new 3 bedroom homes built must be equipped. Central V quiet neighborhood, FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom
W bath with You assume $17,000 occupancy. s under FHA specifications and heat preferred. Must be priced FR 2-9569 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. suitable for one person or cou 2 bath central heat bui-In FOR. RENT 30" Concrete 80" blo buildIng -

hardwood floors located on Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PI. 1 available to qualified buyers right with reasonable down pay. NEW. modern 1 BR. air-condi ple. Call FR 6-1730. stove. Call 485-3811 after connected x to main bldg. shed
with FHA financing. No ment. Write to Box 365-A, Id.1
dosIng next to Holl.
well shaded lot. Small down- s Hurry to take advantage tioned apartment.
4-BR 2 bath $700 down. 1 costs and TWO furnished apt. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. for auto repair shop. etc.
no taxes. Gainesville Sun. 5u
payment. FHA.Construction of this. $107 mOo city day Inn. adults only no pets near bedro. Alachua Genera $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed per m. 41 NW 6th St.
i $90 per mo., water furn. Call Furnished Cal
month. .
room after 6
to start soon on I I 372-3.488 or 376-4360. Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955. Gaines hu. S$90 month. FR -
5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesIn 1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI. M. 39 Out of Town Property vie or write R. T. Stroud P. O. .
ONE 1 BR furn. apt with prlvaeent.
3Br.2BathOur 3 BR. IV* bath, $400 down. 1 365 St. 674.NEW
N.E. Gainesville. Call now $98 per mo. E ., Also a 2 BR apt with air! red brick home for rent 3 56 Business OpportunitiesPAYING
and make all color selections' Loss Your Gain
conditioner. Walking dist. to 1 BR. furnished water fur
STARKE: 11 room 3 bath home ap. BR. kitchens living room car-
All these will be brick veneer. Our, inventory- .must ; town. Call FR 2-5514. nished. 4123 NW Tedr., $60 Retail business in
have 40 lots 39th Ave. ';3330' &, 3320 1 PdrrishAND on large lot in choice neighbor- port and utility room. 809 N.W Gains
1:27 '. Pith a* :rna. house g be lowered We will V NW "3 Oth'Ave. 1 hood. Close to bank, church. FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per per ask mo.for Mr.Call 376-2641 or 376-293 40th Ave. 1 Blk. from Stephen ville. Busy main Rd. Take over
post office schools & market. Call Haynes. Foster School. 5115 per mo. to only $950. Cash, includes fixtures
Water and lights
plan to soit you. take $850 for our equity. ASSOCIATES mo.
3 BR. 1 bath. $550 dn. $79.50 | INC. &
Write Box A
Ideal for home & right party. Call ,
apts FR 24823. or FR 23794. 41.2418. .l
You assume $13,600 mOo LISTING
per | SIDE Gainesville Sun.
nursing home etc.
Now under construction 3- == H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham beauty shop EST 2 BR. unfurn. house with stove.
(Approx.) mortgage $22,000 or trade for Gainesville I & 2 BR. 1 blk. from campus.
Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 Carolyn Gardenhlre GOING BUSINESSESI!
Mary Parrish yard quiet street $65
4617 SE 1st PI. per
Sq. Ft. floor area double carport so Hurry! We must sell 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 property. Write Box 277. Starke. air cond. optional $76 $101 per GARDINAPARTMENTS mo. Phone ONE of the best Service Stations
on shaded 100x276 lot. Will 5 now! 4518 & 4608 SE 2ncl PI. Fla. mo. Call McKinney Green Inc. 2-3. in town. Inventory low lease.

trade on this one. 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. $6! GLADYS SMITHIf 372-3617. 2 BEDROOM living Rm. dining
IJ.IIIIlltllrrmmml1RlllllJmmm\IIIIJIIIB! !! \! HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone
Rm. bath big screened porch.
per mOo == TREMENDOUSI General
5i 2 you have considered the lovely Heights. Fla. 3 BR. 2 baths. 1 2 BR. furnished apartment. No $ per month up garage range, heating stove.
lovely living Acres
I FOR RENT124SE7thSt. 205 SE 38th St. home area of Idlywild as a choice acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat pets. 311 S.E. 8th St. Phone FR Gainesville's Finest S65 Mo. 917 S.E. 4th Ave.. FR stock & Terms ; ;
t"11011f location
') 1# '" V a home I $18,000, will sell for $14,990 6-8961. 2-8610. 1.0
4) + Bath $300 dn.. $66 per mo. can honestly recommend Call 376-1168. Gainesville after 5 Furnished or unfurnished
\ and at a price established by p.m. NICELY furnished convenient Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- RENTALSWe SHARP Location: for the Professional

I \.. 30R.1 Bath 303 SE 38th St. FHA appraisers. T h r ee bed- downtown area. $75. Also garage ment. NE 9th St. Phone 376- man-HOME AND OF.
1 Year Lease. $100 per Mo. rooms, family conditioned. $90. Adults 9608.CLEANgl. 3 FICE-Furnished and Air condi
:: 304 & 3 14 SE 39th St. room fireplace 40 Business PropertiesFIRT apt. air have many attractive rentals tioned.
.. 3 BR. 1 !bath: $500 dn. $64 built-in range and oven. See Itl only no pets.. Inquire Lillian'sMusic in apartments houses. fum and 115,0. Easy terms.
IllllllllllillIUWllUJllmmmmmnnnrrnnlll1llllli Call 3725391of Store.PRIVATE BR apt. furnished, large unfurn. Call
"' permo.IIIIIIIIRmUIUlllTlllmmnnnmnnrmllmllllllllRl. I TIME OFFERED FOR SALE. rooms garage, water furnished I Ample Parking.
''w"IUI\UIIo'\ One the best buys we have at BEAUTIFUL 10-UNIT MOTEL newly painted. closeIn. quiet location, NW section. No MARY MOELLER, REAL fOR ARCH CAMPBELL REALTOR
i Norwood if : this time Is a lovely home on ALSO 2 BR HOUSE AND OFFICE 3 rooms and bath. Hot and pets. Call 376-792. 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 Phone 376-5707-ANYTIME
For More InformationCall The following are under conStruction I a and small acreage lots of privacy NISHED COMPLETELY 5 ACRES LANDSCAPED FUR. cold water No furnished.15 Off S.W.street 2nd NICE 2 BR furnished apt. Private SMALL house 1 large room. SHELL OIL COMPANYIs
Junior parking. pets. tile bath.
can have stove &
a pony. bath & entrance. Water fur. kiche.
and will be ready LIKE A PARK. THESEUNITS re now taking applications for
Plenty of for Place. miles out Archer
room Rd.
a grow I n g $58 Phone FR
I ,Hope for occupancy soon. family or many visiting rel- ARE VERY ATTRACTIVEAND nlshe.or 2-9195.per mo. $30 per mo. FR 6-3327 service stati now under construction
atives. Unique in construction CLEAN COMPLETELY CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto V Alachua County.
TheJames g "H" Inc. 5 with a beautiful view from each EQUIPPED WITH AIR-CONDI shopping, 609 N.E. 6th St. 1 BR, 1226V N.W. 8th St., $65. NEWLY painted inside. Living Please cal Mr. Pope at -FR

3236 NW 29th Ave. floor to ceiling wIn I d 0 w. The TIONING AND HEAT. GOOD Phone FR 2-1391. $65 per month. 1 BR, 419 N.W. 2nd Ave., $55 room and dining room com 2-5333 application and a
Co. .3 BR. 2 bath $700 dn. $98 HOUSE Is vacant. ready for WELLS. REAL COUNTRY LIVING EFFICIENCY. .1 N.W. 2nd Ave.. bined. 2 broom. bath, pointment. Paid training
We Trade Homesor you .
per mo. to move right In. And xwe are RESTFUL, QUIET AND CLEAN and neat near campus $45. shady month. Inquire guaranteed start.
Property the only office with a key. Call COMFORTABLE. DAN ISO N and shopping one bedroom; prefer 1 BR 3505 N.W. 17th St., US 1025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or call FR EXCELLENT downtown Smcla I r

Of Gainesville, Inc. 3301 & 3311 372-5393. RANCH MOTEL LOCATED 2 married tenants. Call any 2 BR 1010V4 W. Univ. Ave., $75. 6-6703. Service Station open and doing

Builder of Kingsberry IlIIIIImIIIIJlllmlmtlllllltlllm! rntllllnmllllllll! NW 30th Aye. MILES EAST OF WILLISTONON time. 2 BR partially furn., 110 S.W. 2 BR house with 2 screened porch I business will lease to responsible
A good address and lust what HWY. 27. FOR IMMEDIATE Ralph FOSSEY Realtor 4th Ave.. $55. es. In NW section. Good condi party with .
Homes ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR. 2 batli.; $650 dn $91 2 you've been wanting. A three SALE. 45000. GEORGE D. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135 Call FR 2-3617 tion. Water furnished. 575 per capital. Sinclair awa.

OFFICE PHONE ff OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY per mo. bedroom two bath home (lust DANISON.I OWNER. ADDRESS, "Selling Florida Since 1906" MCKINNEY GREEN. INC. mo. Phone FR 6-36 ext. 2523. Phone FR 6 or 2-6512. C

372-2527 s SEEING West of the University. Beautiful 126 3RD AVE. N.E.. ST. PETERSBURG -
HOLIDAYS H YOU WILL ilIMlr. 3224 NW 30th Ave. g built-in kitchen cool airconditioning FLA. PHONE 896- ,
g 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 3 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $86 plus a fireplace for 2576.
372-7401 1 FR 6-5301 or FR 67989IlininiiniHffiiiinniiRfitiiiniinnraiiinoiniiiininii per mo. too cool evenings. Lovely large
STORE FOR SALE-Groc.. beer.
lot big enough for swim-
l II IIBIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB! IIIIIIIIJJnllllllDllJ.llllij! ming pool. Call us your at 372-5393 I & wine. good location for bar &
to see It.GLADYS. pack. store. 29230.

A NEAT duplex apt. building
SMITH, Realtor easily moved. At a bargain. GRAND OPENiNG :
Associates: Owner will purchase Inexpensive ,
SERVICESHome Ben Griffin Anna Hinson lot outside of city limits. .
Caroline Noyes Florence Burns For more Information phone : ;

Multiple Listing Member FR 6-3012.




V ...
WANTED: Painting. Free es- ,. _.. __ n'. _,
I bulldozer loader. dump HOMES TODAY: .
timates. No job too small. -
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. TopsoiL ( UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) V r : : :-- :_ ;,'
Phone 372-7844. Work guaranteed. PhoneFR ;
2-5630. FHA & VA : : -

BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe :
wheel tractors ; FRIDAY
motor Plumbing .
grader. Free estimates. W. G. $15,400Three WEEKEND SPECIAL _-
(Buck) Johnson, FR 6-6219.

& used fixtures. complete bedroom two bath colonial model. All brick 15 "
Concrete 50 10
plumbing service "BIG" JIM x
HUGULEY Gainesville PlumbIng front comer lot paved streetS all city services walkto SATURDAY .

FR 2-1589. elementary and Junior High schools. Only '$550 2 BEDROOM .

CONCRETE finishing. Walks down; only $9453 per month complete. These. homes .
drives, patios slabs and shuffleboard RemodelingNEED I 16 ,
are new and almost ready for occupancy. ONLY -
etc. expertly done. EsH- V

mates. Call 372-3884. anytime. A NEW Florida room, carport : iSUNDAYFREE

patio. screened-in porch $13,500Three $3187-$54.09 PEi ; : :
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS etc.? Call now and get It done 17 :

for the summer months. Call
3724049 after S P.M. for free
Repair & estimates.
Appliance FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER bedroom. one bath model with double access -

Air Conditioning Sales and Service CO. Upholstery to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation, lOOx" .

Ad types of Fire ExtinguishersPick 300 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. V

A-l HANDYMAN SHOP up and delivery service UPHOLSTER your furniture at Monthly payments only $81.00 per month.

First In air conditioning and Appliance C R. Thomas Ph. :3764989 reasonable prices. Call Sally. FREE. FREE
Gainesville. Fla. Experienced.
repairs. We sell guaranteed FR 6-9888. $15,000Three

washers refrigerators etc.
FR V Mortgage BrokerFHA Sewing Machine Repairs V

60267.WE FIX IT CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. bedroom two bath Sherwood model. 1200 DOOR FISH FRYPEPSI. V

Any type appliance. electrical and conventional at lowest VICE CO. 115 W. University square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down
work or gasoline engine repairs current rates. Terms to 25 Ave. 376-1075. We
repair all VA or .$450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately
done immediately and economl- years. Will gladly discuss at :
no Mllkps.
cally. Pick up and delivery. obligation. Call tomorrow.J. WorkfjIty guaranteed. $91.00 per unit complete. PRIZES SAT. 4 P.M.ITIL ?? COLA

SERVICE CENTER 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 Alignment

1538 NW 6th St. 376-2866 Brake Seni eVACATION $12,250Our .

Appraisal Service FHA AND REALTOR CONVENTIONALLOANS SPECIAL best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone .

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 ON hawk famous tires nationally. Save known up Mo to bath home, new and distinctiyely different at $400 BUY NOW AND SAVE ... 4. .

FRED B. ARNOLD 50%! on new tires. See our new down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees $74,00 a month ,

REALTORESTATE MORTGAGE MONEY wrap around retread that total Newly clean and for --' -- -
gives payments. ready a family.All -
>REAL APPRAISAL m per cent Interest. Terms to mar mileage & traction. Lath YOU'LL COME V.
V SERVICE 25 years. ner Tire Co. 623 N. Main St. city services, walk to .elementary and Junior High :

yn, w. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3S22 BUY BUILD REFINANCECall schools.All -. ..

TRUCK HAULING of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street .

Auto Equipment _825 NW 13 Dan St. Byrd Ph. FR 2-2511 MOVING N.W. 13th and 14th PlaceS and are readily. acces- TO --_. -

sible to downtown, medical center, VA Hospital and : '
and conventional loans. Low ANY type hauling. large or small nearby shopping center
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 done Immediately courteously '
exchanged; Repair kits authorlx-for W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. and economically. BUTLER & WHY PAY RENT? FEDERAL QUALITY :
Walker Jacks. Factory VV SONS SERVICE CENTER -
ed walker Hydraulic Jack FORDYCE and Associates, Inc. NW 6th St. 3762866.WINDOW :
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Conventional and F.H.A. I.ana. : ,
39th ,
N.W. .
Sales Office Ter. in Palm View
SERVICE & SUPPLY M14 S- Call 376-1236.. Grace Fordyce -
Main FR 2-1497 t ;i.,- Realtor Fordyce & Associates I. CLEANING! .;
; Inc.. 926 West University Avenue ,

V WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned HOMES. : .

Auto Glass and waxed. houses washed. 10 Estates.BUTLER .

yrs. experience. V Free estimates. .

AUTO GLASS Is our only busi Sun Want Ads.GetResults Phone FR '-59S!. BROTHERSPhone V,.- ,...... ..

ness. Immediate Installation, Yard Work V 4820 13th 372-5113"
tree pickup delivery. 'Add N.W. St. ( Hwy. 441 North) ,

beauty & value .to- your car.MAULDIN'S -.- CHARLES WO R SHAM specializIng : FR 2-9545 daily FR 6-0948 nights
AUTO GLASS-CO. In lawn mowing. edging .
323 N.W. ,tit $to FR 6-2S58. pruning. FR 4-1966 anytime.

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Wjit* J fo Buy 70 BoaH-Mirint Egufr. 77 Mebil. Hom.. for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES fw SALE ------- -
:: 1 I I t7 Automobiles Wonfer J i .1. J.

WANTED: water cooler must be 17 FIBERGLASS Boat. SO HP Only 3 left at'CLOSE-OUT PRICES MUST '
priced reasonable and In good Johnson. Tee-Nee 4-wheel trail SAVE to SELL 63 MG Midget Ice Wanted. 1950 thru 1954. 7'srs
working condition. Call 372-6441, er. $1250. FR 6-6961.20' S.W. BANK FINANCING$1.500 blue,t white walls, tonneau. radio and Chevrolets. 916 S.E. 4th Ii
neater. Good
condition. I
ext. 30S weekdays.CASH .
23rd Street. NEW. St. Al Hemdon. Service: Station.
10 wide mobile homes Call 372-2786.
for your used furniture re- Town & Country Trailer Sales
frlo.rators. stoves. TVs cloth- 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR J-S290. RAULERSON MOTORS
Ing. etc. FR 23937. William's 72 Office Equipment Home of A-1 Used VOLKMILLER EN
Service Center Hawthorne Road. CARS and TRUCKSWE il
1 act of largest vOlume office
building supply dealer. Chesnut's 1611 Hawthorne Rd. 3725285.
q weights and dumb bells. PhoneFK
I: 2-26D Office Equipment Co. Invites you TRUCKS MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963
to come in and shop or call for SALEPRICEDTOSELL factory air-conditioning CO.
WANTED used room air conditioner free delivery. Chesnuf Office power-
steering power brakes R&H
small Call FR 6-MV8. Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. $2500. Call 2-5454.
Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. (1) 195 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed .
62 Machinery & Tools (1) 1957 CMC 2 Ton Flatbed 51 PLYMOUTH 2 door 6. stick @
(1) 1959 INTU 2 Ton Flatbed excellent tires and brakes new BROWN DEALER
TAO A-* Casa combines with 73 Musical Merchandise paint lob very good mechanical _ta
motors. both for 1500. Call or (1) 1954 NIL School Bus condition, $150. See at 216-U Fla- 1030 E. U8iy.HllUa
vet III. or call 6-5833.
write Eugene Haufler Rt. 3.
FR 2.3582
Box 217 8. Gainesville. FR 6- ORGAN SALEOf FLORIDA FRYERS MUST SELL. 1962 Ford Falcon.,
:333*. Christmas Left overs. All Paul Thames Deluxe interior. Fully equip- '
new organs. Savings up to 30 Phone 2-1900 Ied. $1195. Call FR 2-6748.
64 Household Goods per cent. Earl's Piano Co. /
Chevrolet truck ir
702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 Sedan Deville.
body In good shape. motor & Make an offer. For appf. to see FAIRERBY fcyy jr *J
USED APPLIANCES WURLITZER tires fair. Would make an excel phone 372-0481.
RANGES FROM S39.95. America's No. I piano and lent camping truck. May be inspected
Refrigerators from $49.95. organs are at Earl's Piano Co. at 224 SW 5th St. EXTRA clean cars. $95 to $595.
TV from S379S. Gainesville's evclusfve Wurlit- 91 day 51Ht'guarantee. No down
I WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL zer Dealer. 702 W. University VOL KS WAGON 1961 Panel payment. small weekly or month _
& THE VARIETY STORE Ave. Phone 372-2222. truck, low mileage, excellent ly payments. H 4H Motors. FAR K :
7 S.E. 1st Avenue condition. $1095. 503 SW 2nd Ave. 1636 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 3723749. $ OU _

I. FR 4-3484. 76 Airplane Sales-Rental Phone 372-2151. 1964 4-door air-cond. CHEVY MNova. : I 7W_ .
I, This car Is one month 1964FAIRLANE
kNOTTY lIine double bed with 4 PLACE Aeronca
AC New
bookcase headboard and foam paint. new fabric, 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals old and Is being offered at $450 :
rubber mattress; also single bed new Interior. below lowest available Gainesville .
45 hr. SMOH.
t with mattress. good condition, 11. $3195. Call hangered.FR 2-3563 Mark after price. Call FR 6-995 daysor SO 1 d K
FR 6-2378
RENT truck evenings.
call 2-0568. a one-way anywhereIn
.. 5:30 pm. \
the USA. from United Rent. AS LOW AS j* '
: TAG APPLIANCES Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. 87 Automobiles Wonter

42 Refrigerators Tested and Guaranteed from S39 up Automotive CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords

I 9 Ranges from $39 up 83 Motorcycles & Scooters Chevrolets.. Al Herndon Service $199600 ;
17 Washers from $1' up Station. 916 SE 4th St. I J I / '
a Dryers from $49 up 77 Mobil. Homes for Sale ,
2 Food-Freeiers from $99 up 1959 MO-PED. needs work.
2 Dishwashers from $4* up 1958 HICKS trailer 8 x 43', with $30 Phone FR 6-7317. FOR THE CORRECT '
10 TV Sets from -$3I up 11 x 30 cabana. Air conditioned er $3 795
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 3 BR. furnished. Phone 374-7317. CRUISAIRE 'A or Lambretta '63. TIME SHAW
419 NW Ith Ave.Ph. 372.5303 Mechanically excellent. good
FLEETWOOD 1962. 10 x SO' 2
Bedrooms. Real Good condition. transportation. Call FR 2-1426 FR 2-1411 I
or Univ. ext. 2355. KEETER
VINATORS. New automatic Reasonable price. Phone FR 2- $3495
.washers from $138.99. 1112. Allstate, 1962. 1600 miles. $140. Courtesy Of
4 New Refrigerators from $158.88. 1957 VICTOR 42 x "'. Sleeps 7. Call anytime FR -8566.. University Chevrolet 230 W. University er
New Freezers from $139.95. Westinghouse washer. $ 1 6 9 5. 1949 Davidson
Harley motor
cycle. FR 2-0503
New Icemaker refrlg. from $219.95.WE N. Main St. at 16th Ave. !
Spartan Imperial mansion 34' 74 cu. in. OHV. Runs fine. $175. .
SERVICE WHAT WE SELL sleeps 6. $1295. 36' Office trailer. Phone FR 6-7089 after 4 P.M. $2495
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THE.VARIETY STORE Air conditioned. Sale or rent.
7 S.E. 1st AvenueS $1395. SO x 10 Hensley 2 bed- MOTOR. SCOOTER for sale 1963
S a-34M. rfom. like new. $2795. 3 miles Allstate Cruisalre. Take up pay

FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar South of Starfce. U.S. 301. zarth ments.9 Phone A.M. 376-2339.to 5 P.M.Mr. Bo- SPRING SELLING SPREE $2595
? anteed. Can deliver. $57.50.J .
Refrigerator service In your WYATTTrailer 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS If
home. No service charge on re -

pairs.freezers Wanted_needing refrigerators repair FR 21330.and SalesHome SPECIAL tomotive auto repairs painting and$29.95.tuneup.Au- SAVE $ $ ON er $249.

66 Misc .For Sale. Miller 6 Sons 732 N.W. lot St.
of Phone 372-0080.

BEAUTIFUL CO I S NIII mounted Pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Airstream Homes AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up SELECT USED CARS /r <
'/ sailfish. 6'2". By Al Pfleguer. Travel Trailers Special. $2.50 for performance -
Miami Fla. Only $165. The Tac- Ocala's First Mobile Hem test. All makes and models.
Dealer Since 194t Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air
kla Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. -
S 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. Conditioning Servicing Center. 64 Rambler! 660 Motion. Wagon, Automatic, 4 $
\ CLOSE OUT SALE Phone -1358 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2- Radio Air Conditioned
Reclining Seats. BcecuHve's
f On Wallpaper. 98c a Roll Ocala Fla. 2561. /
10 S.W 7th St.37243M FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 85 Automobiles for Sale

TV, $.0. Stroller 15. Bthinette, $4 63 Ford Fairlane 500 4-dr. automatic $2995 '.
Child's rocker $2. Baby carriagecar 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South -
bed $2. Jump chair $2. Rocker Gainesville 372-5113 BUICK 1954 and 1958 PLYMOUTH. radio and _heater . . $1995
.. Call FR 6-3570 after
Hours $75 piece.
$2. FR 22914. I to Sunday 11 to 7 a /
Service Is a must with us. 5 p.m.CHEVROLET.
GAS stove. $25; Maypool drop-leaf .
FOR SALE OR RENT '56. Good condition. 62 Rambler Ambassador bucket seats
table. $7.50; student desk. $71.50; auto- ;
floor, $3; and chairs. Phone 6- Newberry Trailer Park one mile R&H 4-dr.. V-I $395. Carl & $1895
matic transmission air conditioned solex
5919. North on 41. $500 Down S66 per Don's Standard Service. 233 South ,

CLEAN your rugs & upholsterywith Ora month.K. Ball Total $9900 Main St.CORVAIR glass, nice _. .' . . . . $2195 /
Monza. 63 equipped |
Use our amazing applicator Lustra free.- Foam.C a II FOR SALE with radio heater white side 63 Monxa Coupe, Automatic Transmission, $' **,
Home Beautiful Furniture 1703N. Three bedroom Fleetwood 1964 wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. 129
Radio Heater. Wide bucket white wallsa
Main St. model trailer on good lot with Assume payments. small equi ,
beautiful oak trees giving shade ty. Will consider older car for little 8000 miles like $2195
over new '
FOR SALE kitchen table 4 and affording a splendid place equity. Call owner at 372-1441.
chairs porcelain top with extension to relax and play. Located about ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. $
$18 Also 9 x 12 wool two miles south of High Springs DODGE STATION WAGON '61, 59 Plymouth 9 passenger station wagon automatic I' 895
rug. gray & red scroll design. on U.S. 4.,. Owner must leave condition. take paymentsof transmission radio heater
good up power
$25. 1817 NE 15th Terr.
of a |lob that has been
Call 6-8153 or
$54.24 per mo. steering brakes . . . S795
THE best costs less. Broil with offered to him In the New Eng 6-1510. power

moke your broiler or fumes door In closed your kit no deal land states.priced See to this sell quick.at $7.777.00.Whole FORD. Fairlane. 1960. Radio. 61 Falcon 2 door, heater, 1 owner $945 9
white walls. V-8. Standard
I chen. Call Fuilgas Your Phil- Can be partly financed. heater.
Frank O. Howard. R. E. BrokerP. shift. Good condition. $600.
Distributor. 3765395..HOTPOINT 61 Rambler American 4-door radio heater
gas ,
O. Box 703. Phone 454-1396. 100 N.E. 9th St. FR 2-7957. '
30" electric stove. High Springs. Florida HILLMAN convertible. 1958 Minx clean . . . . . . $995 : ;; i
Phone FR
good condition $30.
6-5623. 10Wide SPECIAL used THIS mobile WEEK home. 2-9702.In good condition. $450 Call FR 61 Rambler, 6-cyl, 4-door, air condition.auto-

ADMIRAL full width 10 no-frost cu. ft. freezer refrigerator$45. large lot. $2895. 1 Mile S. of MERCURY 1955 Station wagon. matic trans., radio, a real buy . $1195 / '
Paynes Prairie. For appointment automatic trans
Radio. heater
FR 23075. call FR 63052. mission. Good tires. Good coiv 60 Buick, Electra 4 door automatic trans-
ALL metal portable bar wIth 1962 PACEMAKER. 10 x 45'. In 372-2340.
formica top. in good condition. excellent condition. S3395. Can dition. 1-owner. mission, radio, heater power steering, ti : .t
SI!. Call FR 2-5615 after 4:00 be financed locally. Please call OLDSMOBILE 98. 1953. 4 door brakes. in excellent condition . $2595
P.M. FR 2-1637 between 3 and S p.m. 'sedan. Very good condition. $295. power

TWO Thermostat 20 Inch window FR 2-4017. 3 to 7 p.m. . '.' . . . . $1595 '
fans with frames four WE BUY PLYMOUTH. 1957 runs well needs i
speed two Intake and two exhaust some repair. Good buy if you 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon, auto-
$20 _each. Phone 6-4361. can fix It. price $100. Call 372- matic transmission steering and $2495
dollar paid. phone 374-0571. power

FOR pen SALE with pad. ,One$12.50 Thayer; one Cesco play WE GIVE S Si h GREEN STAMPS RAMBLER 0396. '63. white 2-door. brakes . . . . . .. $1295 '6 : i :
Butts Mobile Homes. Inc
chair with S3. Both '
lumper 4920 NW 13 St 374-8341 power steering, radio and heater. $
condition. Call FR
In excellent excellent condition. Phone 595
DEEP -WELL PUMP and tank 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor VW. 1956 Camper, new tires recent '
complete. $55. Call 372-0895. Plans. Terms tailored to meet overhaul on engine .. trans- 59 Buick, station wagon . $895 > ,
FIRST $25 buys Hoover Upright your budget. Drive a little and mission. Needs paint. $595. r"B&G
Vacuum complete with all attachments save a lot at Phone 376-6690. 61 Rambler, Station Wagon .... $895 $1'495
excellent condition. CONNOLLYMobile HAVE A '63 Ford Fastback 390 !
Phone 25685.ADMIRAL Home Sales. Inc. engine with 3 spd. trans. $400
It cubic Ft. Refrigerator 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 for $1300 equity low mil.. Call 61 Falcon, Station Wagon .... $995

frost free. Good. $45. English Closed Phone 622-8166 6-3436 after 4:00 P.M. I $1'195''
Bike, Loaded $14. FR 2- BRING out the best In your car.
3075. rent or sale 1962 NEW MOON Superior Auto painting 4body 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmission -

Complete CYCLOPEDIA'S.set of COMPTON 1962. Just EN like house 2-1313.trailer.Can be 10 seen x 5S 1224'. Phone E. Univ.FR work.free pickup Fast dependable delivery. WRIGHT'S service; radio heater A $aver . $895 /

Ave. 2031 NW 6th St.
new never been used. $125. BODY WORKS.
Easy terms can be arranged. TWO bedroom nouse trailer. Joc, FR 6-9707. 63 Jeep Wagoneer 4 door radio heater automatic -

Phone0311. one Can bedroom be rented.house Phone trailer. &-8234$750. 1964 RENAULT, 2,000 miles $1195. "worn" hubs, in excellent condi- $(995
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna 1961 Corvair coupe auto trans. $995
Double stack complete. NothIng Monday to Friday 9 to S.IT'S 1960 Vouxhall $350 tion . . . . . . $2695 .:
else to buy. $15. Brants. FOOLISHto 1962 Ford Galaxie ..'....... 1495 '
511 N.W. 8th Avenue. 1963 Corvair Monza 4 In floor. -
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY pay more. RECKLESS to R & H. steal at $1495. NO DOWN PAYMENT! $1195 ,_
pay less. GET THE REAL 1963 Comet. custom. 4-D HIM,
Chairs low as $8. No money FACTS. Payments as low as $1495. '
down Free estimates low as $5 pickup per and month.delIvery 157.29 per month with $300 down. Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. 56 Ford 2-dr $29 Mon. 54 Ford 4 door $12 Mon. ..'
r r Phone service.374-7784., All work guaranteed Mobile Homes Sales 1951 DODGE runs good 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon. $$109 I*
I Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. NE 12th
$75. See at 805
Stud. Mon. 56 $12 Mon. '
TRADE your costly to operate 57 Wag. $24 Chevy Wag. :

$48 ELECTRIC for a new water glassllned heater GAS and BELIEVE IT Ave. 57 Ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon. : :

water heater. Much more hot $995
,. water at about half the cost with OR NOTSave GAINESVILLE Lots of Other Models for Less Money!
f ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. Sioo 10 x 46 2 BR fur.
nished. only $3195. .$350.40 down, AUTO SALES *
FOR SALE formal size 9 to 11. $54.09 per month. 1007 N. Main St. RIDGWAY Motor Co $ 95
Ave.Phone 374-2185. 2034 NW 9th Over TRAILER 50 models to MART choose from Phone FR 2-6313 | | ,

LARGE FORMICA table and 4 Northcentral Florida'sLargest
chairs $25; Couch $15 Phone3n1854. HWY. 17 PHONE 328-1050 I 1132 South Main FR 2-8433
$1 095
TO 6 I Independent Dealer
SHALLOW well pump. one horse EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA
. power complete with air tank _
I, all fittings. needed for complete _Ii 1p !
InstaUatlonrplln about 30

I ft.May 1V be &seen galvanized after I P.M.pipe.any YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO FIND A G OOD NICKEL CIGAR, BUT NOW YOU ;

afternoon at 711:-NE.. 11th Ave. $695
most Valuable Assets. Don't Neglect -
It. Visit Gainesville HearingAid
Co. Today. 620 North Main :: : r.
Street or Phone FR 4-0095. $695

Shown by appointment. Phone I

NEW?R 2-8889.and used chain saws lawnmowers C Ii'aLD1iI'1wth $895

edgers. tampers light
plants cable. Wisconsin. Briggs
!. Stratton. new and used mo
tors. Rental sales and service. 5 $395
( Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
i 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411.

CAMPING Trailer camping equipment
radial arm saw. Fishing
boat and motor. Several mis-
cellaneous pieces of furniture.
I Utility trailer. See John Teter. $895
Alachua Evenings Afternoons.Saturday's ,

.. BUILD your own and trailer.- Sundays.Complete any i

. Hammer blow axle unit with chased $395
springs wheels and tires. $40. CDMJ(
Cee John ,Teter. Alachua eve- air
filngs afternoonsSaturdays, I
and Sundays I Ij II I

FOR SALE Antique roll topgesk. j
Approx. price 87$. Can be I i
seen at 1310 S. Main. or call /
t 04846. : : $445 ,

Singer. Zig 2ag and attachments 202-404 1 ,
appliques monogre m s.
overcasts satin- switch. etc. II $1| 00
$4.51 per rno. Balance $67. 815 Caliente ,
W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1075. _

I 1944 SEWING Automatic MACHINE Zig Zag. Looks 2 & 4 DOORS I $495

and sews like new. Makes
fancy stitches with drop In HARDTOPSSTATION
cams. button holes, sews on
) .buttons blind hems. overcasts WAGONS BREEZEWAY5C@
raw edges. darns .. mends.
Only $58.12 or 7 payments at
S8JS. Call 372-2051. $200

4 size gas range In good condition NO GIMMICKS OR EXCEPTIONS. BE 0 UR GUEST AND TRY ONE OF THESE I
$75. Call 374-8775.
SOLID.blond Mahogany dining room bedroom suite. Maple suite FINE CARS EQUIPPED WITH FORD'S OWN AIR CONDITIONER.Hot $99

hutch new Walnut table. Buffets.

oval front Lawson china cabinet.sofa other Reupholstered deals on the hot car! That's the order of the day from your Mercury Man for the best

household Items. NEARLY NU trade in allowances around. Comet Sales are up a whopping 131 % in just a year! The hottestcar

Furniture Ave FR 4-4W2 Shop. 324 N.W. 8th in the hot-car stable is the Comet Caliente. Here is elegance teamed up with Sports-car $1 SO

J appeal. Choose your powerfrom a couple of V-8's including the new Comet Cyclone' Super

; '70 Boats-Marine Equip. 289 with 210 hp or select either of two economical 6's". best of all is the price. Still in the .

: 14'H.P.Span-American Mercury and Boat Trailer.and Small$3i compact range. Come in now while we're trading high! Yo/ll be glad you did. i I

equity and take over payments.;
f Call after 5 p.mFR 2-0379 3937

14 FIBERGLASS boat, 75 HP Elgin '
motor. Trailer top and art I
: curtains. Full price: $1900. Sears I CO.
.Roebuck .. Co. No money down.
'I 14ft.Up to 34 FABUGLAS months to Commander pay. eRA N E LINCOLNMERCURY & j jI

,Mark 75 Mercury engine ale.tarter. .
Running light heavy I DEALER
duty trailer. $950. 2215 NE 15tltTer.
p .- r* J-55M after' pjn. 406 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 2-4251 I FR 6-7515

,1 10 376-8996.h.p.T Mercury, $45. Call FR 6-7515

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Prove -'Safes'often Aren't\\1 IIa ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

C7C7 ., ., \ FLORIDA Swimming Pool

By HAROLD HUMMEL Beat Peel Burn 'Em would fall open. All it would system of mirrors that made courages the escort service, but .
Son Stall Writer r Open take is a drill and the ability to the safe visible from the street both offer it when it's neces-\ by Rivers Construction Co.

make some simple mathematical when they cased the depart- sary.
its The door safe was battered and Hit 'N Run Deal Customary computations.The store. Both Crevasse and Angel recognize A QUALITY POOL Backed by a

agape. safe cracker had a more Meanwhile, the o the r s still the need for merchantsto
"safely"Papers inside that were once now rested scat Buy 'Kits' From Hardware scientific approach to his..are free and wealthy. keep safes and keep some FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY

office floor.A specialty than most. Because they're professionals, money in them, but the safe I
tered the .
over Othermethods involve there's a chance they will be shouldn't be kept in a darkened 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
policeman peered into t he more I
Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
brute force. free for some time yet. office.
dim and empty innards of the I
But law enforcement officersaren't
Some Gainesville merchants
"burglar proof box. Prepared But scientific or crude, safecracking I
for the worst, he asked, "How almost always is a relatively ready to concede the bat- leave their safes in a lighted
much was in it?" specialized field. That's tle to the law b re a kers. They place where they're easily visi-I EACH POOL YOU CET
want the merchants to work ble from outside. A patroli n Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
"Just those papers, came what causes a big problem for g I
the reply. "I hide my money in i:1 law enforcement. more closely with them a 1dthey're officer can check them quicklyand I Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
convinced that Gainesville be sure there's no tampering
a cigar box. Amateur criminals are one Leaf Net
"The safe's just for fire pro- thing, but professionals are an and Alachua County can going on. ;
tection." other. Most safe crackers now- again be free of safe crackers."I The safe cracking problemcan r

Capt. Robert Angel, head of a-days will leave their tools at sympathize with the grocery be solved, both Angel and RIVERSION CO-
the city's detective squad, tells rw the scene in case they're stopped store operator who has 10 Crevasse believe, if merchants
: or 12 cash registers and has to will heed their advice. I 1909 EAST 5th STREET
that story about the man who later. That way they won'thave
had a safe but didn't use it- burglar tools in their pos have money on hand first thing Don't put your money in a I DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA
for cash. The same man had session. I I Saturday morning," says AngeL I cigar box, but don't trust your' 622-7048 FLA.
But he doe n't think the I
safe too far either, I
some money but didn't lose it. x 5.4h. Most modern-day safe crackers I stores need :.I ,
always as much ----- -
Angel clarified quickly that he enter a building professionally :
doesn't encourage people to jy and cautiously to avoid de 'money as they keep on nand. I
"Keep what have to have
their in cigar box- tection. you I
keep money .and put the rest in the bank.I
Once inside they usually wear
Use the night ," I
es.But he's not keen on s ares gloves. Crevasse tells'merchants who Your Future
either. And because they're good at Y
P have a,lot of on hand tday's
Angel knows well that seven y 'V fQX their job, they do it quickly and end. Angel money points out that ,
safes have been melt into the .
Alachua County night.Angelexplained 3
there is an armored servicein
for total of $40,000 that much of
tapped a rah
Gainesville that will pick K can Be
up BrightTodays
since Dec. 8. the professional type safe the money at the store. v

For four years this county a cracking done today stems from And both the sheriff's office I
had been free of safe crackers. organized rings of safe crack and '!
city police provide es
People who used safes rested in K K and tomorrows are brighter if
ers.The corts for people who have a lot'I
complacent security. Their rings usually work out of of money and don't want to you have ready cash for the things you
down. large cities.
guards Then were on Dec. 8, 1963, the "A couple ,of these boys will make the trip to the,bank without -1 want and need. How to have that

Moose Lodge safe on NW 23rd fly into Jacksonville from Atlanta a guard. money? Save for it but be sure to
Boulevard was cracked and$600 i or New Orleans or Cleve department enl 41f200 save where economical operation plus
taken. Things were calm for land. They'll rent a car and I.
sound have made attractive -
more than a month after that check into a motel in Lake Cityor i management
until Jan. 20. On that night Ocala. They'll spend a couple L DIVIDENDIn dividends of 4!V2 per cent possible i I

Wilson's safe was looted of $1- of days casing places in II I Ii i since July 1959. The place to save is I

Gainesville, returning to their I Cash Gainesville Mutual where yield, safety,
600.Only six days later Publix Super -I Keeping a safe in a lighted place near a windowcan l.out of town motel at night," ** No wonder or Compounded
and convenience is available to the
lost $8,500 to safe Louis
Market be a deterrent to burglars.been says AngelWhen Seafare shrimp Semi-Annually
crackers.But they find a safe they tastes so good-they thrifty person.linesville. '
the biggest was still to anti climatic. Palm ly available at the local harld-like, they hit it and get out. cook it just like L
ome. Lanes lost $1,000 and Alac h u a ware. I They'll fly home immediate- :
And come it did, on Feb. 11. Furniture Co. about $500. Probably no one knows better Iy. they, do their chicken!

fhat night burglars jimmied a One other safe was cracked, how easy it is to open a I Angel explained that most Call them: FR 2-6311 v..__ Gc.t Mutual
window at the Bank of Newber- but it was empty. safe than the safe cracker him- professional safe crackers don't 309 North West 13th St *

ry. They burned open the vault The Sun looked back over the self. Capt. Angel recalled a report live in the area where they l :
and left with $16,000 in c a sh costly indictment of safes he saw recently bout a work. Because they hit and run, SyS\\ B UILDINC and LOAN ASSOCIATIONPhone ,f
from tellers' drawers and $12- that's been written here duringthe safe man now doing time in Rai- they're hard to catch.
000 in cash and valuables that last four months.It ford.: But two safe jobs here have 217 N.E. 1st Street FR 6-5771 or FR 6-2415

they looted from safety deposit seriously impugns the impregnability Guards found some penciled been solved one because of IPo

boxes. of safes in general. -diagrams on him. ,youthful inexperience, the other I
The three safe cracking Close examination showed because of a critical oversight-
since the Newberry job have "Safes" often aren't they were diagrams showing and both by alert police work.
According to Sheriff Joe exactly where to drill to open Four inexperienced teenagers OPEN 'TIL 9 TONIGHTAND

Crevasse, there probably isn't a virtually any make of safe were caught after they allegedly -
Brazil Cuts truly safe safe made. that's manufactured. cracked an empty safe at EVERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND

I Money that's locked in armored If the directions were Ear I ton. Two others were
iron boxes usually is not followed closely, one hole .aught hiding after they crack- :
Cuban TiesRIO I much further than 10 minutes made with the drill would ed Wilson's safe.
awav from the pocket of the cut the locking bar and the door The Wilson's pair had missed

DE JANEIRO, BrazilAPBrazil's schooled and skilled safe cracker. I LAST 3 DAYS afld embro//e
( new governmenthas Support and Re-Elect k 5 > I Iall
severe diplomatic relations There are many easily accessible scallops, .

with Cuba, accusing the Castro substitutes for a key. They CLAUDE BRANDON 1.J .
regime of trying to spread com- aren't as efficient, but they are "BEAUTY MIST"NYLONS
.. munism in Latin America's biggest just as effective. A safe"can be COUNTY COMMISSIONER f

nation. beaten open, drilled open, blown .

The break has been expected open, peeled open, burned. openor I I Ino.iron
since rightist military and political pried open. "The I Independent I
leaders ousted left-wing The job can be done on the I Candidate"Vote l this on a

President Joao Goulart April 1.Goulart's spot or the safe can be carried

government had away Tools to that a secluded substitute spot.for keys I for the man with a proven SALE 79c pr. 1\t.\\
warmed up to Cuba and other record of representing the interests i\h
Communist countries. -acetylene crow bars torches, sledge- are hammers readi,I of ALL the people. (Pd. Adv.) REG. 1.00 PR.

The action Wednesday left ---
only four Latin-American nations 3 PAIRS 2.25 shift

-Bolivia, Chile, Mexico
and Uruguay-with diplomaticties Street Floor '
with Cuba.Space Hosiery .Shop-

Floor b Y

Water i for every deb there's a Gossar-deb!


see the S
Price Tag SEAFARER... Jj F

Cole .
CAPE KENNEDY (AP) immaculate-simplicity C ::'

Boeing Co. scientists estimate of California in a one-piece swimsuitof Jy G5sari: :
that astronauts on extended
space'flights will require abouta I sleek jacquard '$# 2iM '1 1lastez. ; .

gallon of water a day. The I .Snug little boy 1.
price tag on putting a gallon into witha Perky daisy appliques of J
orbit under current rocket d shorts silhouette Venice embroidery on ,
launching costs is about $2,000. I cord tie belt in sun- t iI II \ the center panel are set

With the high price, plus the tinged pastels on Jttkd' w off by vertical tucks and
fact there is a limitation to d -
white ground. (, scalloped embroidery
what can be orbited regardlessof I
edging. Made of no-Iron
cost, Boeing is studying f 10-18( 24.95
the Dacron"polyester
ways of recovering, processingand I I xi Magicale,
recycling water used in a! nylon and cotton \,,
space capsule. tr blended batiste. White,

Even so, it won't be like home.It J pink, blue,yellow

is estimated that every man, I tter. ..... In $_6.00: .
woman and child in the United I l 3ry rti -
States uses an average 50 gal-|I /
Ions of water a day for drinking Cole y \
j .
washing, cooking and wat- t- ,, .' g *

ering the lawn.NATO of California j s'. ," all this
on a
t. .

MediatesTHE \ V -.. I
-:J 't\ I)1) no Iron
HAGUE (AP) Greece \\e ( f 'p7
and Turkey agreed today to accept \t 1 SINUOUS I a aC ai N111,
mediation by the NATO i
secretary-general of their bitter .; ,. ;. ': SHAM. I I .- I cotton -
.w -:
>0<: dispute over Cyprus, a source '
-\ \ :' frankly fake stretch
at the North Atlantic: Alliance's < : /I/itfr -

spring meeting of foreign ministers I /I ... : cobrajn silky Helanca : sateen
reported today. 1 :
; nylon knit Glisteny : ..
r "
1 NATWISE .' ., when wet-slashed i i -*." o Co)

to the plush plunge :

OWL SAYS ,pa M&n and daringly_ front ,1 i ;., ;, \\e coat byThis
the Big Splash abstract laced.In Cobra Brown, .I/slhe0\\ '/

in waf r.weigbt stretch ; .
Green. or Grey. i
lll $ nylon so light it almost : r sN.
0 isn't. Scant little bra .16.9 5 -

riding high above

side-laced trunks that is the, flatteningest! .

I lace down for a low. C 1 COME SEE satin Inner elastic elastic back bands panel flatten 1 shapes tummy-a cool and comfortable breakfast coat was designed
slung look. I smooth derriere. 19" of nylon, rayon to look fresh and young. Its pretty scallops,
Lavender or Pink. of California OUR LARGE rubber power net for a long and tucks, and Venice embroidery trim make it so.
shapely thigh line. S-M-L 1095. Complete burton front closing. Made of no-iron

HE WOULDNT BE '8-16, 1\\ .White. XL 12.50.Foundations cotton sateen. White, pink, blue, yellow in S-M-L

Floor Floor

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