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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
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Creation Date: May 19, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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ONE WEEK* DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year; No. 272 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1964-- {
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By BEN F. MEYER mountain and coastal areas. Widespread arrests of Cubans

II MIAMI, Fla. (APRefugeesfrom ) The Castro regime, they said, '. suspected of anti Castro leanings -

Cuba say the country is apparently is taking every pos- were reported by exile '
on a virtual wartime emergency sible defensive measure against sources. 'Normal' Policeu 1
basis because an exile group an- raids such as that of last week "It appears to be somethinglike i

nounced plans to be fighting on when exile raiders burned a the situation which preceded r .I
Cuban soil by Wednesday. sugar mill in the eastern portof the Bay of Pigs invasion of 4i"b '

Exiles arriving here from Pilon. April 1961," said an anti-Castro Relations Helping

I Prime Minister Fidel Castro's Ramon Espino, one of 48 ref leader, quoting undergroundsources.
.
Communist dictatorship said ugees arriving from Cuba over
t highways in Cuba were jammed the weekend, said "invasion jit- The reports led to speculation Best Blitzers?
that at-
with troop carrying trucks, ters have made the Communists among refugees new BAre
i tacks on the Cuban regime, ex-
tanks and cannon, heading into desperate. r By F. T. MACFEELY
f pected today or Wednesday ;;
1
ES STAFFORD
MIAMI (AP) Robert King
I : -
might Manuel be postponed.Ray, leader of one MIAMI (AP-Mayor) Haydo. High challenged his opponent
Burns of Jacksonville said toda) Burns tell
Haydon to
j recently *, ) today
action
anti-Castro group, j t.
that in racial matters he be-
II about the "blitzers" traveling
from his head-
Cuba 'Liberation' disappeared lieves that "those things that M r about the state advertisingBurns'
I! quarters in San Juan,-P.R., and
come natural and normal are
campaign for .
Eloy Gutierrez Menoyo, a noted governor.In
I guerrilla fighter, has, faded right. an open letter to Burns,
Chief Tells GoalsBy from sight here.' He said he opposes forcer which High gave newsmen, the

One exile l leader said Ray'spledge racial integration.The r Miami mayor said to the Jack-
to be fighting in Cuba Democratic gubernatoriz sonville mayor:

TAD SZULC before May .,20 "would not lead runoff candidate appeared 01 "I want the people of Floridato
SOMEWHERE IN THE CARIBBEAN Manuel Ray, head of the
hear Mr. Burns
him into any foolhardy attack the Alan Courtney program over explain why
anti-Castro revolutionary junta, described Monday his plans to if the time is not ripe Likewise, radio station WQAM. The pro- the Jacksonville policemen are
enter Cuba with highly trained infiltrators and.saboteurs to rebuild Gutierrez Menoyo, who has no' gram, which straddled midnight traveling through the state with

i the underground that was smashed in 1961. timetable, would judge the situation offered Miami area listeners an him and plastering cars with po-
"In this war," he said, "we do not hope to have by facts, rather than on opportunity to quiz the candi- litical advertising and hootingand

as many guns as Castro does but we have a the basis of emotion. Yet I date by telephone.One howling at political >meet
t superior weapon that he lacks. This weapon is the New York that attacks either ings.
would not say caller asked Burns if he 7
will of the people of Cuba to become liberated of today or tomorrow are out 'believed in keeping the races "Are any of these among the
"
.
the Castro regime. Times of the question." separated. 48 policemen who took the fifth
Ray, who pleaded himself a year ago to be in amendment in the
I ,He said he believes a person payoff probeof
Cuba by May 20 the anniversary of Cuban indeExclushe must be accepted on the basisof (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) the Jacksonville Police Department -

.. f' pendence to resume the fight against the regime Says Zoning his behavior, regardless of Pat Keeter, right, and, Civitan President Bob Hancock by the sheriff's officein
of Premier Fidel Castro, prepared Monday to leave race. "I don't think you can April of this year?" High
; this in the Caribbean for the final to undisclosed
; point crossing an asked.
force an uneducated person that
spot on the Cuban coast. Smiling and relaxed, he said in an interview Request Not hasn't personal cleanliness into High also challenged Burns
: t that he hoped "this war will not last too long." places with higher standards' again to reveal his net worth

I' t "But we are" prepared to carry it on," he said "as. long as maybe For SearsReports Burns said.Another [(eeter Receives and sources of income.

( necessary. caller asked whether "You say that you are a busi-
t "Our strategy in this war," he added, "will be to .convert this Burns would enforce the civil ness consultant and that you ad-
t sentiment of the people into a decision to join us in the war for that a rezoning ap- rights legislation if it becomeslaw. vise companies. What companies

J the liberation of Cuba." plication for a Sears shoppi n g Burns opposes the proposed Citizenship HonorsBy Mr. Burns? Are you the
Ray's basic plan is to enter Cuba with a number of his teams to center on N.W. 13th Street has bill. mayor of Jacksonville for a few

rebuilt the underground smashed after attempted invasion in 1961. been filed with the Planning Department Speaking in a hoarse, worn select companies you represent,

Ray, who has been in hiding for more than three weeks since r were denied his voice; Burns said: "I would use HAROLD RUMMELSun enjoyed, he has enjoyed thank or are you the mayor of all the
leaving his engineering job in San Juan, P. R., insisted that his morning. every legal force to resist im- Staff Writer fully."Hisr. people of Jacksonville?" High

strategy did not call for any immediate or spectacular results. Attorney William Chandler, plimentation of the law. I won't Sville's private life'"Is private, asked.
I Instead he said his is to achieve conditions in representing the firm of Kirk- Patrick C. Keeter is Gain -
objective political violate the law." ** his business life is business. He High canceled a planned tripto
Cuba allowing the rebirth of an effective anti-Castro underground.He patrick: and Pierson that appliedfor Burns said Monday be tad the "outstanding" citizen of never forgets a 'friend and he Jacksonville for a riigRttime

said he would conduct sabotage throughout the island, beginning the rezoning, said he requested cancelled all remaining commitments year. has never lost one. TV appearance and decided to

almost immediately, designed to make clear to the Havana regime shopping center zoningfor from face to face debate The 74-year-old Georgia farm "What he does in behalf of send a video tape instead. He .
that it was in a war. the land so it could be de- with his opponent, Mayor Rob- boy who climbed to businessand an individual, he does becausehe was to go to Lakeland this afternoon

Ray expressed concern that the Cuban exile community in veloped for something "similarto ert King High of Miami."It civic prominence was recognized wants to, not because it's for a barbeque and
Florida and elsewhere in the United States might expect quick re- a Sears store." is the result of his abuse," yesterday by the the expedient thing to do. He rally, return to Miami tonight
sults and might be let down if such results did not appear immedia- "It is not an application for Burns said. Gainesville Civitan Club. sits tall in the driver's seat and campaign in Key West
-: Sears. I do not represent Searsin
tely. "The public can understandhis He heads Shaw and Keeter and commands respect and ad- Wednesday.
"In this fight against communism and for the aspirations, and any way," Chandler explain- using every weapon," Burns Motor Co., has twice served as miration. High has scheduled a 30-min-

freedom and progress of our people, we trust: we can depend onthe ed.His (See BURNS on Page 2)) president of the Chamber of His plaque states: ute television program (WFGA-
of all the Cuban exiles he said. statement came this channel at 10:30
support everywhere. Commerce, is a World War I "For his many contributi o n s TV 12) p.m.,
"We are realists," Ray said, "and we know that' to develop morning after an outoft o wn veteran, a member of the Rotary to the growth of Gainesville and immediately following a similar
I z this struggle to its full potential will have to take some time." newspaper reported that the Laos Chief the First Presbyterian for assistance to his fellow 30-minute program on the same
; "But I am leaving convinced that our cause will win-because plan board would consider re- Church and the American man." station by Burns.
otherwise I could not be going-and I think that this victory of ours zoning the property for a Sears Legion. High said Burns was "walkingout
will open the way to the return of Cuba to the community of free store. Awaits NewOnslaught Now hers the "outstandingcitizen. He was born Jan. 11, 1890, on on the people of Florida" in I'
David Gos- a farm near Ellijay in Pickens
nations," he went on. Plan Director rejecting further joint debates
Some of Ray's infiltrator teams, mostly formed from former of- chalk said this morning that the County, Ga. In 1912 his family including two which had been
It and Pie r s on re- The title has been awarded moved to Amsterdam, Ga., and I
: ficers of the Castro army and experienced Guerrilla fighters, have Kirkpatrick scheduled at Miami on the last
already left this general area and may already be in Cuba. Others quest to rezone the N.W. 13th annually by the Civitan's since four years later to Quincy, Fla. two days before the May 26 second -

will follow Ray.In Street tract is essentially the VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) 1961. It came to Keeter duringa Automobiles were coming into primary.It .

each instance the plan is for the landing of small but well same as the one rejected by the Neutralist Gen. Kong,Le dug in luncheon meeting yesterdayin fashion about that time so was late afternoon Monday

.. equipped groups that can be introduced into Cuba without arousing City Commission for a Sea r s today to await a new onslaughtby the Holiday Inn.' young Keeter journeyed to when High learned that Burns
3 alarm in the Cuban defenses. store last year. pro-Communist Pathet Lao, In giving the title, the club Jacksonville to learn more cancelled his appearances. After

In Ray's absence, the coordination of the junta will be in the hands The property is on the east who forced him from, his com- summed Keeter's life with and: about them. He took a non-pay- conferring with his advisers for

ft of Rogelio Cisneros, an old friend and associate of Ray who has side of 13th Street between NW mand post east of the. Plaine He merited help have merited re- ing position with a car dealer nearly an hour to draft a reply, ,
11th and 12th Avenues and totals des Jarres. ceived it. Others there. read a lengthy
played a key role in helping to organize the movement. Cisneros High newsmen
j normally lives in Miami, but it was not clear where he would about four, acres. The neutralist commander and help and he has provided it. After six months, he moved to statement.
done for the better-
he has
maintain his operations headquarters.Ray Plans proposed last year to his force set up headquarters at What Gainesville and with the late "Apparently Mr. Burns' cam-
of Gainesville he has done
ment
who has considerable experience in organizing undergrounds, develop the property into a large sed Ban Khong, several miles south- quietly. The success he has (See KEETER on Page 2)Maryaiid ) (See HIGH on Page 2)
was completely at ease and full of confidence about the success of Sears shopping center c a u west of his former headquartersat

his mission. He joked and smiled as he talked about his operationsand a great deal of controversy as Muong Phanh. The latter was
allowed himself to be photographed.Student residents of the neighboring overrun by Pathet Lao Monday

area request.objected to, the rezoning. i after tillery a bombardment.two-day mortar and ar- Can Wallace Do It? I INegro

(See SEARS on Page 2)) Western military observers

Liquor who flew to Ban Khong said BALTIMORE, Md. (AP}The demonstrations set off

Absentee Kong Le's troops had staged issue of civil rights, intensifiedby violence last year in Cambridgea
"an orderly withdrawal" tQ the Gov. George C.. Wallace Vote town on the predominantly

Problem Studied hilltop village. They said it, ap- campaign, was expected to produce conservative Eastern Shore. Na-
: Ballot Note peared more defensible in-
by a heavy vote in Mary- Today Big Test tional Guard troops were sent
than
fantry Muong Phanh.
Applications for absentee bal- land's Democratic presidential in to stop the fighting. Last
JIM McGUIRK terest in Chartered American
By student drinking other planes I
Tuesday's election primary today. week troops used tear gas to
lots for next preference
Sun Staff Writer than the legalizing of liquor airlifted refugees and woundedto
which occurred must be filed at the registrationoffice Vientiane, 110 miles south- There was some whispering stricted to the primary of their break up a Negro demonstration -
unannounced meeting between by voter refer-
An at the courthouse by 5 Democratic leaders that after Wallace had spoken in
University of Floridaofficials endum last August west of the Plaine des Jarres, among party.
'I top and law enforcement p.m. Thursday. and flew in medical supplies as the Alabama governor might Voters who don't like Wallaceor Cambridge.A .
Reportedly at the hour anda Registration Supervisor Mrs. Kong Le prepared for a new win, but Wallace's opponent, Brewster can vote to send an dozen Senate colleagues, In-
from the city, county
officers half "exploration" at the Alma Bethea said today that the said to the M. Kennedy,
1 concerning the sale Red attack. Sen. Daniel B. Brewster, uninstructed delegation cluding Edward
and state students was held University were Richard B. applications may be made in Ban Khong remained quiet but "ourside will win." convention. brother of the late president,
to
r of liquor Keating, State Beverage direc- person or by mail. the rumble of shell fire could Brewster filed as a favorite Wallace, segregationist. campaigned in Maryland. for
... yesterday. reached tor; Thomas Deen, Ocala regional The ballots must be returnedby be heard in the distance. Western son in an effort to make sure based his campaign on opposition Brewster.
No conclusions were head for the beverage 5 pjn. next Monday.Two observers 48 votes in the bill half of
to Dean of Men Frank instruction schools have said the.Pathet. that Maryland's to the civil rights pend- Officials predicted that
j according department; city Police Chief Lao and their Viet Minh allies national nominating conventiongo ing in the U.S. Senate. But long Maryland's- 933,000 registered
said the University scheduled for poll work
been
He W.
D.
Joiner
I Adams. and an aide; Sher- from North Viet Nam were consolidating to President Johnson. The before he arrived on the scene, Democrats would vote. That
in schoolwill
)J i I i was interested not situations exploring iff Joe Crevasse and an aide; ers this be from week.2-5 The first Wednes- their position 'at Mu- delegation will be committed to civil rights was a touchy issue would be 20 per cent more than
or John
"whether Hintermister p.m.
president of cog Phanh. winner for at least border state with normal for presidential primary -
could be anticipated" now that Alachua County Licensed Bev- day and the second will be the primary in Maryland, a a
Western military men who traditions. .
ballot. Southern
has legalized 9 until one strong
from a.m.
County Thursday
Assn.
Alachua erage ; a representative of
visited the
i, scene said they had State Democratic Chairman
liquor sales.Although the U. S. Brewers Assn.; and noon.
no idea how big a force faced Wallace
Gross conceded
he said a major the following University policy- Mrs. Bethea, County Attorney Harry
re-evaluation of the University's makers: Wayne Carlisle and Howard Kong Le or how many,neutralist 25 to 30 per cent of the vote, DID SHE RAISE
attitude is possible, Weston, administrative assist- troops were massed at Ban but insisted the governor doesn'thave

did not say whether the Pres. J. Wayne. Reitz Vice ant to the county commission, Khong. a chance of winning.
.. Adams educators are interested Inmore Pres. Harry M. Philpott;' Deanof will conduct the school in the Earlier estimates had said Running against Gov. John W. FAMILY OF THIEVES? .

stringent ,approaches to- University Relations ,and county commission room. 7,000 neutralist troops"were ,Reynolds last.month in Wisconsin -

ward drinking by students. Development Harold, B. Crosby The registration supervisor'wulins'pect strung out on a 22-mile I semicircle Wallace pulled 33.7 per cent ELIZABETH, N. J. (AP) A mother stood silently in Union
Currently the University hasa Dean ,of'.Students. 'Lester Hale: 1 : the voting machines of high ground running of the Democratic vote., Earlier County Juvenile Court 'as five of her 10 children were arraigned

regulation )that bans drinking Dean of Women Mama Brady, tomorrow afternoon at the voting north and south along the eastern this month,.he got 29.1'per cent Monday on charges of burglarizing'scores. of homes.. :'

by auTtuden'ts, but is only en- Dean of"Men Frank Adams-and machine warehouse on S.E. fringe ot the strategic plain. in Indiana's primary against The five ranging in age; for 12 to 17, admitted takhig'televiSion "
believed
It
outnumbered
was they were
forced against those under 21 Campus Police Chief Audie'*> 5th Street. about 4 to 1 bl-'tLe: Gov. Matthew E. Welsh. Reyn-' sets, radios and cash from homes, said police, who added that the
or those caught drinking on the Shuler. Reds. olds and Welsh, like Brewster, loot was worth thousands of dollars. The woman only shook

said. WHERETO With the fall of Muong Phanh were favorite sons pledged to her head when Judge V. William Di Buono asked: "Can you explain
Beldams also agreed with Airlift Ai'nisLEOPOLDVH.LE and nearby Phou Kheng Hill Johnson. this shocking thing, Ma'am?" I

Vice President Harry M. Phil- FIND.IT and Kong Le's retreat south- Democrats in Wisconsin and Calling the case "deplorable," he sent the youngest child, a 12-
pott who said the intent was The Congo it that his Indiana claimed Wallace was year-old girl, to the State Home for Girls in Trenton. Her 15- :
wai appeared neutralist -
efforts Comics . 8 sent to State Home for Boys. f
to discuss exploratory (AP-U.N. aircraft airlifted force ,had been split. helped by Republicans who year-old brother was the Jamesburg
I primarily designed to ,prevents Congolese Classified . 17-19 Kong Le admitted that some switched to the Democratic pri- 'Two other boys were placed on probation. The eldest, child, a
ammunition to two '6
today .
t sales to underaged Entertainment to., embarrass 17-year-old girl, was deprived of her automobile driving privileges
liquor in attempt
i commando companiescut Obituaries . ." 2 of his troops had gone over to mary an : ,
dents. denied 'that any off, by Commonist-backed Opinion Page *. 4 the Pathet Lao, but he denied Johnson. The judge :said that sending,the .younger, children, away might- .
II Adams also Communist claims of &agg de-. There'll be no cross-over vot help to rehabilitate them.
which rebels rampaging through 1Sports . .,Jl13'Women' '-,'
occurred : of the stolen items were'recovered police said.
had
Incident --.l- in Voters are re- Many ,
i 'University 'inV Province. > . 3 fections. ing Maryland. I
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Gainesville'Sun Tuesday, May 19, 1964
MoreAbout 1 1 ling department by Investment
Center
[ Boys9Keystone lub" Shop Properties Builders Inc. of Mbami
Weather
Roundup : '
call immediate develop
Rights Changes. ." .1 High PlansTo tnent of,five of the 15 acres for

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Undergo; Tests .".. ., ., _un :..''.., ... B \ Has ElectionKen From Page 1 Be ReviewedPlans center.Cross Border

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,i' RAWALPINDI,'Pakistan (AP)
t\ Van Nortwick was 'elected -paign war chest is of such large for a shopping'center
WASHINGTON (CAP) Sen. counting'on this in our'strategy ZONES : .\,. 'ck"-' __ president of the Boys' Club proportions that he feels,he can on 16th Avenue near Carol Estates Radio Pakistan charged today

/ Richard B. Russell*'D-Ga., said here although he conceded the _.\.. 'stone for 1954. ,A sophomore buy this' election," High said. and Highlands Presbyterian that an Indian' army unit 0

today Southerners ,had concluded -Dixie prces would welcome any B. C _. Fair through Wed .s ........ at Gainesville High School, Ken ""Public, confrontation and debates Church will be reviewed crossed the Kashmir ceasefireline
)
I the package! amendments psychological> boost from a nesday. Low tonight ,near 60, 1 \ is the son of Mrs. Mary F. Van by candidates for public Thursday by the City Plan : Monday night and killed

j'' that Senate leaders are backing strong showing in Maryland by high Wednesday 85 to 90. Variable i a.m Nortwick of 921 N.W. Sixith office is in the best American I Board. I four civilians at Domel 150
5 to 12 mile winds. It. \ \ \ tradition starting with the LmInDouglas miles north of Rawalpindi.
would make the civil rights bill Alabama Gov. George. Wallace. IP'I Avenue. The tract, near Howard

i "even more obnoxious." The Southern caucus was the S .' E' The Keystone Club is open to debates to those Bishop Junior High School, was -
He told newsmen also that,the first to -end of three .morning ----I .. all Boys' Club members in Between the late President JohnF. recently proposed for rezoningto Florida' Needs

( Southerners had decided at their closed meetings on the bill. A Clear to partly cloudy through PSStp\ = senior high school and is dedicated Kennedy and former" Vice allow construction of a seriesof I
Wednesday. Not much temperature President Richard Nixon High HAYDON, BURNS
garden to fit in
I weekly caucus to permit ,no Demo- change. Low tonight 60 to 66, high % I "to building citizenshipand apartments
I votes amendments to the bill The other two were Wednesday U to 90. \. r I 'service in Boys' with the residential neighborhood. -
on community said.He
As Governor
cratic and Republican confer O Fair through Wednesday Low contended Burns is afraidto
this week. low 60s. high 80 LJ _
for the remainder tonight Wednesday Club senior members. I
I ences, at which the package' of to &5 on beaches to 90 Inland. Variable '. : debate "because each face to The Miami developers who
Sponsors of the-bill had.forecast Sen- mostly easterly 5 to 15 mile winds. ., Other officers are Richard
: ,al- amendments,worked out by E F H I through Wednesday Vt face debate has revealed his at- own the land said they would
that a vote might be ate'leaders,with Atty, Gen. Robert Low t ;htv.r 60$. high Wednesday ., CouIIuoa Spongberg, vice' president; to mislead the people of -
lowed on the pending jury trial 88 to 92. Variable mostly east and Charles Isaac, secretary; Pey- tempts proceed with the shopping canter -
I F. Kennedy' was to be ex- southeast S te U mIle winds. Florida."
amendment after: day's.Mry- G .-Fair through Wednesday.Low ton Rackly, treasurer; and Al plans after the plan board:
I plained. tonight 70 to 7$, high Wednesday near High recalled that Burns had rejected the rezoning when adjacent -
land primary. ". Eckdahl, sargeant at arms.
z/ 80 onbeach tosS inland. Easterly 10
Russell said -"we, are :not No final.decisions ,are expect- to 20 mile winds. Another club, the German, claimed[ endorsements by both property owners objectedto
I ed,, but leaders believe they'll I tonight K 63 Fair high through Wednesday Wednesday.about Low 85. GAINESVILLE WEATHERMunicipal Hub, has been formed for all U. S. senators from Florida but the apartments
leave the sessions with a pretty' Easterly 12 to 20 mile winds. Airport readingsfor Boys' Club members. they disavowed them and two Spokesmen for the residents,i

More About ood idea of which, of the 70, a' a a 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Boys are taught simple German state Cabinet members in Tallahassee -including Rev. Bill Shea and attorney -
changes are acceptable. I MARINE FORECAST High 89 at 3 p.m., low 56 at words and German his- had done much the Richard Wilson, aid
EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to ISmots
The Republican leader, Ever., mostly easterly in south, through 5 ajn. No rain.TEMPERATURES. tory. Articles from Germanyare same. that the n e ighb ors protestedboth
Wednesday. Fair. In addition High reviewed the ,
KeeterFrom ett M. Dirksen of Illinois, said; S S ELSEWHERECEDAR' brought to each session and apartment and shopping
High Low P :Ip. clashes( between him and Burnsat center plans, preferring a I
he thinks additional GOP sessions KEY TIDES Jacksonville 91 <2 discussed by instructor Max and Cocoa Beach.
Tampa
Wednesday High at 10:08 am. Miami' 79 77 Sommer. school. i
I may be necessary. I and 10:05 p-m. Low at 3:32 a.m. and Tampa 88 72 Then he brought the Florida
up Plans submitted to the plan-
4:23
1 p-m. Atlanta 87 64 The group meets each Thursday -
Page Democratic ALMANAC duPont interests.
The assistant New Orleans 85 58
leader, Hubert H. Humphrey of Sunset Sunrise today tomorrow.............. 7:11 J:34 pjn.am. New Boston York, 70 82 50 62 at 4 o'clock. "He (Burns) can't debate on Gainesville Sun

i DanielA.ShawoTenedaFOrcagency. Minnesota, told reporters he Full Moonset Moon tomorrow:'T,.............*..........2:30..May ajn.26 WashingtonChicago 84 92 '70 62 my proposal -for a minimum I L3
one session will be The planet Mars. U now passing to Kansas City 89 68 More About wage of. $1.25 an hour because Published evenings except
I hopes the east of'Jupiter and the latter (and Denver 77 47 Saturday, and Sunday mom-
Shaw died in l&O. enough for his side. But Hum- brighter) planet will soon be seen, rlsFt; Worth ,86 44 .3-C favore4 interests such as the inns by the Gainesville Pub-
ing IRtlt before
a sunrise. Dimmer Los 74 54
ihrey' said individual conferences -.Man will appear later. Seattle!Angeles. '70 .50 duPont empire, who are backing lishing Company at 101 SE The
j That wasn't long after. the with undecided Democratswill -BurnsFrom him, oppose a minimum wage," 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida. honored 15-year.Mayor of Internationally Jacksonville I
business around the Ford agency High said. and .entered as second class
be going on for some time. demonstrated his leadership
I started drooping under the "When Mr. Burns refuses to matter at the Post Office .at ability and fidelity to his oath
Gainesvlileflorida.
weight of the big depression.To The amendments are designedto debate, he is not walking out on of office during a recent crises
win over some of the senators! fottuartesWILSON Page 1 me.. He is walking out on the CIRCULATION RATES BY by insisting all citizens obey
counteract the effect of who are lukewarm or cool to CARRIER OR MAIL the law. Florida needs a man

the depression and the shortageof the House-passed bill If they said, "but! the public would'look cluded.people of Florida, High con- 1 Week ,.45 administration.of proven leadership in public

money, Shawand, Keeter had can be satisfied, the reasoninggoes at me as simpleton if,I permitted 3 Mos. $5.85
established their own fina nee- ; they will support a moveto VALIANT near here at,2, pjn. tomorrow myself to. be ,used any Florida Toll All 8Jiir
company to help customers pay silence the Southern talkathon Funeral services for WilsonK. with ,Rev. :B. T. Peavy: pffici more." be paid mail J in advance.subscriptions must ,

for new autos. During the that has carried the bill to 59 Valiant, 54, 1102 NW 4th St., ating. Burial 'will be .in the He .restated his. stand< during Takes Stays HAYDON BURNS
company's 36 years of operation, days of debate. who died Sunday,< will be at church cemetery under the di- the program"I met-him. three Member of Audit' Bureau"ofCirculation.

it has kept its interest rates at 4 p.m. tomorrow in Jon e s-rection of DeWitt C.'Jones Fun- times," he said.: "Mr. High, in Near Record Governor of Florida
insist
bank levels. Dirksen and Humphrey Johnson Funeral Home. eral Home. every'one of these ,instances, All material contained herein to

And the company has never that the proposed amendments Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell, pas Survivors include four daughters failed to conform to the formatof TALLAHASSEE (AP) In-. the property Company of the(c) GainesvillePublishing 19M. Reproduction Burns Means Business

foreclosed an auto mortgage.Pat would not weaken the bill. tor of First Methodist Church, Mrs. Dorthy Norwood of the program." r_ come', and traffic at state-oper. strictly forbidden In whole without or the In part written Is

Keeter's prominence was Humphrey said some Democrats will officiate. Pahokee, Mrs. Helen Wilson! of He,said High engaged per. alec: toll ,roads and bridges remained permission of the publisher. Paid Political Ad)

becoming recognized in Gainesville told him the amendments Pallbearers will be John, Canal Point; Mrs. Elsie Higgins -sonal,issues end issues not important at near.record levels _:_

and in 1937-38 he was, go'too far. A number of Republicans Bobby, Aaron and Russell I of West Palm Beach, and to the campaign. I last month, the State Road Department -

elected president of the Chamber have complained that the Clemons, Marvin Corley and Miss Laura Stern of Canal The Jacksonville mayor said reported.It \\\

of Commerce.As changes do not go far enough to W. T. Creek.BARBARA. Point; a son, Frank C. Jr. in he was befuddled by High's chalenge said that 4,727,420 vehicle TO ALL MY RIENDS""

head of the Chamber he meet their objections.The SINCLAIR the U. S. Army; three brothers 'to reveal income tax and used the 11 toll facilities, second Ii,

succeeded in starting a major amendments originated ff. A., Fred and Harry, all of net worth statements. He said< highest in history, and that rev-

road building program in the, with Dirksen but were .altered Mrs. Barbara (Bobby Jo Starke; a sister, Mrs. Albert he didn't know what purpose enue was $852,998, third highest Who Supported Me 11

: county and attracted state money considerably in meetings with Jackson) Sinclair, 27, a Gaines. Hartman of Starke. this would serve. on record.

I to build other county roads. Humphrey, Atty. Gen. Robert F. ville housewife and secretary at MRS. C. 0. COPELANWord As for High's revealing his Tolls on the Manatee County In The ,May 5th Primary!

: He continued Chamber work: Kennedy and others. the, University of Florida, apparently own financial records, Burns bridges were removed during .. !
: in 1943 when he became a The two sections chiefly affected died in her sleep yesterday has been received hereof said: "I don't know whether his the month but not before,174,000 1'

I member of the committee or: are public accommoda- morning at her home, the death of Mrs., C. 0 bragging or apologizing." vehicles used the bridges in :

ganized to attract a Veterans: ions and equal employment op 213 NW 14th Ave. Copelan, 89, at her home' in Burns said he doesn't believe traveling between the mainland 'YHANKS
Administration hospital to t he portunity. Mrs. Sinclair's husband, White Plains, Ga. a $1.25 hourly state minimum Bradenton Beach.

city. He made more than 2C I The amendments would re- Marvin, reported he awoke to Survivors include a son, wage, a principal plank in his The road department said that

trips to Washington and worked.I move the government's power to'file discover she had quit breathing.He Gainesville druggist Will a rd. opponent's platform, is'n s-. the Sunshine Skyway over lower !
I ,; tirelessly to prove the city's antidiscrimination suits in took her to ,Alachua Gen- Copelan, and a daughter, Mrs sary. He said its enactment: Tampa Bay ,was top revenue FROM :

qualifications for a hospital individual cases, an authority eral Hospital, where she was 'Spurgeon Cheek, Sr.. Cros :I, would result in complete unenploymentfor ., producer with $190,553 because

The movement that he was'.a!I: contained in-'the ,bill as jt came: pronounced dead. City.. ,." .some handicapped,, of its rtolL The Miami Airport .. JIM. WERSHOW'I
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charter member of :succeeded I 'An"autopsy into:the' cause''of KiRWINr-* elderly' and 'poorly-educated[ Expressway tied in traffic _
from the House. S.
recently. death has been ordered. people who are now able ,1 toI I volume with '1,503,760 vehicles
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would leave the
In 1955president agaiua.geteI: They the .to ga'directly attpryTgerteraT ..Funeral.services"will held Wodhatbeen.rec.&i.vedhere I ant"s01J1e'\'fages:' ;' ';- -' ;_ ,-'. paying"" the basic 10-cent() toll. III .. ?_ _: -
of the Chamber lid right tomorrow,at 4 p.ni. at the'Hawthorne : of the: death of"S. K, But be:said,.it is: a matter toT' -.-

: during his term worked to get into court' if he found a. Methodist Church with Irwin, 92,' yesterday in. a 'Mar,. the Legislature to consider,. not

a General Electric plant established -pattern of discrimination.would ,haveto Aggrieved the Rev.: C. M. Sappington ianna hospital.He the governor. -5--
individuals
4 here. officiating. Burial will be in was the father of Mrs. Burns flew home to..Jacksonville I
GE bought land near Hague, file their own suits. Hawthorne Cem tery. Louise Colle, 3003 SE 15th Stand today after two days of 0 ] I S S
but construction of a plant was The amendments would give Survivors include: her hus- grandfather' of 'University .. campaigning in his opponents wmrgflgy CUBICAL SYMPHONY .
which have iOVt fOR THRlE ORANGE*SUITE I S .. ..
delayed until recently.He states public ac band, Marvin; ,two children, Police Chief Audie Shuler., territory. He.was to preside !) UEUTtNANT KUf SUITE I .. : iI i--. ,
like
commodations and equal employment sounding "one greatrn tttjj
also worked to get the Rebecca JoAnn and Deborah Funeral services ,will be al: a,city commission meeting and PHUADIIPHIA ORCHESTRA I
University Medical School. laws specified periodsto Susan;.her mother-Mrs. Annie 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Mar.. attend a dinner in his'honor:'a lUGM ORMANOlfML rapport between Eugene I .j S yj I S. I SI

Then three years ago, Keeter handle complaints before fed- L. Jackson of Hawthorne. ianna First Methodist: Church,, ajacksonvillicountry club. I Their brilliance in handligB> impicompjex ;+-ii

suffered a severe stroke w hlch eral power could be invoked. Williams Thomas Funeral I and dem4 (Ji i : ore i nthaniin i S .S .
paralyzed him. But' he's managed The amendments also contain Home is in charge.FRANK -, I their many blttmBija[ recOjTrie
of the ef banning EARL C. MAY "LI. .
to overcome many explicit language any .
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:: active in the operation of his school children from one district STARKE Frank C. Stern and S945/M8 6545/MQ-------J 615f Philadelphia.reULS724US6324 S.

auto agency. I to another in an effort to re 68, died at his home in Canal : JACK C. MAY S. pIs
,::1 Now he's "Gainesville's move racial imbalances. Point near Lake Okeechobee
outstanding citizen." Humphrey said that even if Representing
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the package proves widely acceptable He was a retired State Road The Equitable Life L!; I S I : 1.1LDJnf4

:: 4 More About it is highly unlikelyany Department worker, a Baptist : Assurance Society gf [ _:! &' .':Aoaz1.isa., -, OFiII

move will be made to get: and a veteran of World War I. Phone FR 2-3576 3j ,
cloture to shut off the Southerners He was a native of Rockford,

Sears before June 2. W., and was a former Starke -
1 i That is the date for California -, resident.

Republican presidential I Funeral services will be in OUR
WATCH FOR
FrolllPagcl Drimarv. Humohrev said bendersiands Kingsley Lake Baptist Church SAVE -
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': commission that the plan board before the primary. Indonesia's largest British rub- ,3p
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reconsider the spacing provis- Goldwater has been opposed ber and tea plantation firm, .,
ions of the beverage ordinance to the civil rights bill and to P. and T. Lands, has been nationalized '

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Qi.afntzuill Sun F' I Where Goldwater StandsBy i

the
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t THE t RICHARD WILSON Cuba and recognize a Cuban appears to propose substan- b the present numerical I

Chief, government in exile as a first tial revisions in the Social superiority of the small na-

.JOHN X. BAXKUOX. Presiiul an/ Cowles Washington Bureau step toward Cuban "self-lib Security system but he does tions.
"'l1 era PAT COWLES. Tic Pili" SOUTHBy J WASHINGTON, D. C. As eration. not spell out these revisions

daub to* ExtcaUT ED JOHNSON.EilUri Tie W. G.PrssideatFlorida's OXIIJIEBEB&OLZ. a rugged exponent of individualism He would not abolish the in- in the new statement of his THERE ARE many other

Beautiful t1 Tie PreiUtmt u. AdfcrtUtof for so many years come tax, but he believes views. phases of the Goldwater
h
DtrifUri BOB TAUTAG- RALPH McGILL\ I Senator Goldwater has saidso that an intense study must While "consistently"
University
City ., oppos- views but the
Pout foregoingshould
UONE.. Tie rraUeai **1 Creel I U. AtUntl.PrU ffianlnr Ca.) C.uatatl.n PrtliskcrOt much and written so much be made of the rate of pro- ing federal aid to elementaryand
U B HttBftt -and modified what he has gressivity, particularly in the secondary schools as "un- illustrate two points.

said so much-that delegatesto middle income areas. He necessary and unwise," he First, Senator Gold-
THE SUN'S POLICY ProspectOf the Republican National would make a first order of proposes a series of tax water does not share the

1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. Convention could well pause business a complete overhaulof credits which he claims would views of those who wish to

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials now and consider what they the present tax code. increase local and state financial abolish the income tax, break

3. Publish all sides of important controversial 1 issues. ." will be voting for. resources. Individual relations with Russia right
Senator Gold water has the Social Se- now, invade Cuba and
HE VIEWS taxpayers would have more .get
The Sun's telephones All Departments-372.8441 provided the answers himselfin out of the United Nations.
curity system as a supplementto cash to allocate their own re-
Want Ads-376-4672 VictoryPresident a new pamphlet which and not a replacement for sources for education.He Second, Senator Goldwater

6 was issued as the authoritative voluntary retirement and self- is critical of the Unit does wish to adopt a more

Johnson's document on his views aid programs. He favors a ed Nations but wants to sup- challenging policy toward

,,-. larity was believed to popu-be because so many people were "sound" Social Security sys- port it. He would like to consider Russia; he would revise the
:- but the asking: Which Goldwatc. do tem, but not including medi- seriously some for. of progressive features of the
high, burgeoning vol-
Panama Election
ume and strength of it as you read? care which he says would weighted voting, possibly bas- income tax; he would back

revealed during- his dip into Since the new document "bankrupt" the system. He ed on population, to counter- away from the Nuclear Test
1 bears the of Ban Treaty; he would liquidate :
The winner of '. Panama's_ .presidential -, Republican rally in :Miami in April the states concerned with water for imprint President the Committee Gold-- the TVA; he would stop Ir

election was ,the more anti- that Panama's grievances stem from poverty in the Southern than Appalachians it surely can be taken as BELOW OLYMPUS BY Interlandi! aid to Communist countries; E

U. S. of the two front runners. But the differences between the treatythe the most partisan was greater had esti- final and immutable, at least he would change our relationships ct
until the with NATO but re-
opening of the Republican
all seven candidates regard the U. S. U. S. offered Colombia' in 1903 mated. Convention July 13.- IThKEBtRQiSOdETC main in and "strengthen"that ,

Canal Treaty as unfair. and the treaty it signed with Panama Southern political leaders This is what Senator Gold- alliance; he would adopta
There had
later that year, after helping were impressed. water stands for on certain IS SOFT ON more aggressive Cuban
i' -Panama to secede from Colombia. been speculation that thePresident's key questions: COMMUMISM"S'matter policy; he would revise the ,
,
Robles candidate of firm of
i :Marco was support Social Security system.In .
civil rights legislation would
the party of the incumbent presi- HE WOULD dismantle the
"Under the Colombian treaty," hurt him. There was no signof short, extreme right-
dent, Roberto Chiari. Chiari chargedthe Farland said, "sovereignty remainedin it. The President spoke Tennessee Valley directed Authorityas federal IJ1t1N1i wing delegates to the Re-
a centrally
U. S. with "aggression" for try- plainly in the deep South, in publican National Conventionwill
Colombia. The term of the treatywas agency, disperse some of its
Atlanta and the smaller cityof be voting for a man who
ing to defend life and property 99 years, with the right of re- Gainesville. His approachwas activities to regular govern- does not share their views.

against the rioting armed P na- newal. The width of the Canal Zone folksy, but logical. He ment departments, and sell Progressive delegates will be

manians. He permitted the rioters to was 10 kilometers or six miles, and was, he said, president of all other installations such as m2)) voting for a man who wantsa

run wild after American high school the courts were Colombian, United the people. He was charged states steam generating localities plants to much harder line in foreign
or private
) with responsibility for the policy, who demands a new
children broke the Kennedy-Chiari States and mixed. interests.He .
constitutional rights of every deal in the federal social programs
agreement and ran up a U. S. flag American. Southerners, he would hold out the live and who opposes "un-

without an accompanying Panama "On Nov. 18, the treaty with Pan- said, would not expect him prospects of terminating or enforceable governmentedicts"

flag. ama, which had then become a sov- to be otherwise. There was suspending diplomatic rela- on civil rights.
applause. Those who do not tions and/or withdrawing
ereign country in its own right, was 1\ When
agree with him joined in it. diplomatic recognition from a Republican presIdential
Robles is much stronger character signed with Frenchman named
a a The President's candor was the Soviet Union. nominee is selected,
than Chiari and consequentlymay Bunau-Varilla. Under this treaty the convincing. He would propose immedi- a platform and statement of

find it easier to be reasonable United States had all the rights and THERE ARE NO signs ately amendments to the Nu- principles also will be adopt
clear Test Ban and ed. It seems unlikely at this
especially after the spell of hard duties of the sovereign, the term that Alabama's independent Treaty
moment that the
the platformwill
place new emphasis on
I
times for Panama which Chiari's was perpetuity, the width of the Ca- elector movement led by possibility that we might l)2r7barksemsoec correspond in all impor-
I
grandstanding brought on'- nal Zone was 10 miles, and the courts Governor George Wallace, abrogate this treaty.He tant respects to Senator
has in
any following save
were U. S." would impose a "tight" Goldwater's new statementof
Mississippi and, to a lesser
But the fundamental problem re extent, in .Louisiana. Gover- economic-military blockade of never seen an extremist before?" his views.

mains. The treaty is unfair. Presi- Farland criticized the Johnson ad- nor Wallace is not acceptedas

dent Johnson made a point about not ministration for lack of sympathywith a Southern leader by other TOO MUCH TRAVEL, COURTESY
l
in advance to change it Panama, and urged negotiationof governors.

but his administration is willing to a new treaty for a sea-level canal. If the President's popularityand
vigorous attentions to the Burden
'Iagreeing discuss changes. Any new or en- The Republican rally, however, "sum duty and the politics of his Sharing Secretary's

larged canal will require a new marized" its proceedings by criticiz- party continue unabated, he .

treaty, and the enlarging traf- ing the Johnson administration for will have the support of South arm Hork Qltnua tendency that multiplied un- He wrote: "Nothing could something unexpected ariseshe

fic and bigger U. S. warships will weakness and vacillation toward Pan- ern senators and Congressmen By C. L. SULZBERGER der Foster Dulles. Simul- be more fatal than the habit requests advice from
now opposing him the
on
require new. or enlarged canal aboutas ama. Both views are widely current rights bill. This may be true PARIS Now that Secre- taneously the secretary be- (the at-present fatal and per- Washington.

soon as one can be built. among informed Americans. even in Mississippi if that tary Rusk is home from the came involved more and nicious habit) of personal DULLES did not share this

state can manage to avoid Hague, hopefully having fin- more in such purely protocol contact between the states- view. He tended to "take his
r matters as greeting visI- men of the world. Diplomacy State with him."
Department
travels until De-
This racial disorders and violence ished his
fact and the
outcome of the tors and the is the art of negotia-
ambassador during the long hot summer cember's NATO'meeting., attending enter His delegations to foreign
Panama election mean bumpy times tainments of an ever-larger ting documents in a ratifiableand much
meetings
were larger
ahead. There is no mystery there is time for him to pon-
f August (and a popular one), told a ahead for U. S.-Panama relations. about this. The political power der a serious question. Have number of foreign embassies. therefore depend a ble than those of Rusk, who has

structures of Southern the manifold duties of secre- Never easy the task of sec- form. It is by no means the cut them down to a minimum

Democratic state organiza- tary of state outgrown that retary of state has become art of conversation." needed to deal with

tions do not believe the Re- office? almost impossible in the nu- Nevertheless, under pre- specific subjects. When Rusk
r Property and Job Rightsed publicans can win. These sen- Under our political systemthe clear missile age of total vailing circumstances the travels as a kind of super-

ators, Congressmen, gover- secretary is principal danger and the jet age of U.S. secretary of state would ambassador he lets his temporary

nors and local leaders havea executive assistant to the travel. seem condemned to travel replacement in Washington
The public accommodations section state laws to the
same effect and
world direct overall
by contemporary cus- policy.
large stake in a party vic- President. devising foreign
II' of the civil rights bill now be- these have been on the books ever tory that will keep a Democrat policy and keeper of the MANY EXPERTS hold that tom. Different secretor e s President Truman once con-

fore the United State Senate is not since. in the White House. They great seal. This function remained foreign ministers would do have chosen to interpret this templated the desirability of

some new, bureaucratic interferencewith will not wish to jeopardize it. substantially un- well to avoid international role differently. Marshall took asking for two full Cabinet
meetings. Sir Harold Nicol- the view shared by Rusk offices, a secretary of stateto
private property rights Since 1883 the powers of the fed- SENATOR GOLDWATER, changed until World War II.
there is element of who may be the Republican The secretary of state stayedin son suggests: "Repeated per- that when a secretary voy- remain in' Washington anda
though an con- eral government as recognized by nominee has said the Re- Washington instructing his sonal visits on the part of ages his seal of office, re- new post of secretary of

flict of rights involved, as there is in the federal courts have grown enor- publicans will win only if they envoys, receiving those of the foreign secretary of one mains at home. The acting foreign affairs, who would

all legal controversies.It mously, and only a few professional receive heavy support from foreign states and helping country to the foreign sec- secretary of state, under this represent the U.S. overseas.
of the other should not interpretation, becomes re- It is worth considering whether
States Righters argue the 1883 the South. They will not getit formulate diplomatic de- retary
is an attempt to re-enact the line. from the deep South. At cisions. be encouraged. Such visits! sponsible for issuing instruc this might not still be

present there is a question Starting with wartime con- arouse public expectation, tions. While abroad the sec- wise.It .
federal civil rights law of 1875
mark over Florida and Virginia ferences, the secretary travel- lead to misunderstandingsand retary regards himself virtually could take time to persuade
which in turn was an attempt to the main ambassador. If other nations that the
Today, argument takes but even there the out- led overseas increasingly, a create confusion. as an
make enforceable a principle which the strange form of questioning the look for President Johnsonis U. S. was being, fully repre-

had been part of the Common Law in right of any government to limit a favorable. The Negro vote, sented by a newly created

England and America since the man's right to use his property as which now is considerable in !crrretary for foreign affairs.

class-ridden days of kings, nobles, he wishes, or his right to withholdhis all Southern states except secretary Nevertheless for, foreign were our affairs first
Alabama
and
Mississippi, of the
"gentlefolk", peasants and slaves. labor if he doesn't like the colorof will not go to the Republicans. Voice People chosen from former secretaries

the customer's skin. of state such as Ache-

The principal was simple: The prop- Southern Republicans who son or Herter doubts wouldbe

erty and skills a man owns were Any argument will do for a des- subscribe to the party prin- =On The Sun's Opinion Page obvious swiftly that erased.no superpowercan It seems
set forth former
ciples
as by
I his to grant or withhold to othersas perate White Supremacy advocate continue to conduct poli-

he chose, subject to the general from the Deep South, who knows he President Eisenhower are Opinions and comments o' Sun readers are welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters cy both at home and overseas
now dismayed by the pros- must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested.A letter should
laws and the king's "eminent do- is licked but wants to drag out his pects of a decline in the progress not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot b. used. The with one and the same
main." But if he chose to offer his retreat as long as he possibly can. being made in buildinga Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it., without changing the writers meaning or man, even under the compromise !I

goods or services for sale to the two-party system. The formula evolved by
growing Negro vote was of intent.What Is SunComplaining what took place in those meetings Commission to task, editorially Marshall and Rusk.
public generally he must do so to But we find it astdnishing that major importance in the from which it was deemed and otherwise, if it so BEYOND THIS remains a

I all comers without discrimination.This senators from states which long have gains scored in the two Eisenhower i Of? wise to exclude the public chose. need to reduce the unnecessary

principle was applied in particular had equal-accommodation laws should victories. They were was in the proper public inter- With the understanding that protocol burden. Foreign

to "common carriers," innkeepers find some appeal in these arguments. able to carry this impetusover EDITOR, Sun: The editorial est, Mr. W. T. Green Jr., our this agreement with the Sun ministers waste time, energy

: stagecoach operators, and the into the Nixon campaign. appearing in the Sun on city manager, was asked to had been reached, I have at- and health on courtesy. Were
:1 like. RECENT OPINION polls Thursday May 14,, is thick discuss a means for provid- tended the "periodic" "semi- this senseless load lightenedand
Equal treatment of customers by report that the number of with innuendos that sinister ing such a u b 11 c protectionwith private" meetings to which were two men with equal

1 dUr ngt those who hold themselves out to Americans who consid e r and improper action the Gainesville Sun. Mr. your editorial of last Thurs- rank assigned to share the

In 1883,.' hejpo'st-Civil 'War serve the public is fundamental good themselves Republicans is de- "deals," and dark acts have Green discussed this matter day referred. I have had Mr. remainder, we might have

Southern counter-revolution,,th -u.s. ,sense; and,good law, not only in an clining. The current figure is been done by the GainesvilleCity both with Mr. John R. Harri- Green's assurance that the less sentation.fatigued, happier repre-

Supreme CQijrt.struck down the industrial civilization but in 27 per cent against 49 per Commission in secret son, president and publisher, Gainesville Sun ,was notified
any Both Herter and Rusk have
law.'of 1875 cent who declare themselves behind closed doors. and Mr. Ed Johnson, vice in advance of ev e r y one of
civil
I rights meetings
as a matter
civilization advanced enough to have toyed with the idea of sug-
Democrats and 24 cent i editor these
and
per Your editorial writer cries president and executive invited to have a
for the states, not the federal gesting "trade union"
buying a con-
gov selling and renting of goods "independent. The latter
out treachery and accuses Mr. and it was agreed that (1) reporter in attendance, hi ac-
ernment. Many-Northern states pass- and services at set prices. category has been of increas1,1 Turlington and myself of baying there would sometimes arise cordance with the agreement ference work of out foreign an international ministersto

1 ing importance. Most of it betrayed a covenant matters which were best dis- outlined a b o v e. I might add formula for simplifying the
went to Mr. Kennedy in 1960. cussed with the general public that the Sun has not
]made with the voters a year always business of diplomacy and
It is not anticipated much, ] excluded, and (2)) that the chosen to send a reporter to demands
:POTOMAC if it will be easing physical on
of
.. __ FEVER any Senator Goldwater.This moved to. ago.Your editorial quotes me Gainesville Sun would be notified all such meetings, but certainly the ministers themselves.The .

support disturbs 'correctly as having been op- in advance of all such the opportunity was mere fact that the

__By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau "modern, too Republicans Southern," 1 posed to secret meetings meetings and invited to havea given.I world is smaller and at the

those who have es- (during my campaign. Nothinghas reporter in attendance.The wish to assure the public same time contains more in-
Local news ::item Saigon-Ambassador pecially seen intent of this that never has there nations has
Lodge has sent home for ,his golf their state organizations transpired to cause me arrange- once dependent dras-
, and his other "suit and "ma;) settle here permanently. taken over by Goldwater *to change my views on that ment was to protect the pub- been anything sinister or shady tically changed diplomatic

i.- porters who have, in Tennessee sup-- 'matter. What your editorial lic interest That being the about the subject matter techniques. Something must
, Rocky is doing splendidly. He now has 25 delegates-just enough for a nice and Georgia for exam- '< failed to note was that I case, it was agreed that the discussed in those meet- be done. President Eisenhower

I wake.. pie literally read the Negro, also stated publicly on numerous Sun would exercise discre- ings. In my opinion the items < introduced the novel ideaof
__ out of the party. occasions during my tion in what it reported and discussed were in the public making our U.N. ambas-

J Eisenhower says"he's taking no sides. Ike's motto "When the others wilt, "We cannot build a twoC campaign, that I recognizedthat bow it was reported but that interest, best not discussed 'sador a Cabinet member. It
watch out for Milt. such this judgment left in the publicly. i is even more reasonable to
party system in the South by I certain matters as was
-- operating the Southern Republican 1 personnel problems, acquisition hands,of the editor of the Sun. Now comes last Thursday's (create the Cabinet post of
a A house committee may approve a medicare bill soon. They've just been study state organizations'n of real estate for capital In particular, if somethingtook editorial with its accusations 'travelling foreign minister.
I
ing it a reasonable length of time-until more of them got old enough to qua! a semi-Ku Klux Klan mant t: improvements, etc. were place in such a meeting of treachery and betrayal. And foreign ministers of
fy. and there ill nations, regardless
.r," commented one South1> 'not discussed in open which in the editor's judgmentwas Treachery betrayal Of
have been, but the accusing deology, should meet to-codi-
era Republican who had public meeting. not a subject for a
I Is proper
Now it's civil rights demonstrations finger points in the w y a new protocof
in barber ronr system
shops. Who ,
ever thought th* r"* + the buildupof Recognizing the necessity meeting from which the gen
some day you'd need direction. I, too feel move t ess demanding on
a court them
supreme order to get a barber
to holler "Next?, party strength. jf non public meetings on eral public was excluded then to quote Caesar. ET TU BI.Us selves.. The horse and buggy
President -- l.iis GOP dilemma aids the Johnson c etiquette
expects to ask for Congressof
more money for Viet Nam. If we were Democrats. The prospect of i that the general public report that matter in full is
ALAN SUTHERLAND \Vienna
D.
willing to little making them
spend
just
a more.over there we could lose twice as fast. victory makes for unity. lad a right to be assured that detail and to take the City City Commission < wrecks. nervjus

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4 Gainesville dun "5.'t" ,..,..t 1'y, 1'.r,
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are asked to kindly share in day School, 9:30: ajn.; morning
CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWSB. I helping to make this an enjoyable worship, 11 a.m.; and the wom-

occasions. en will conduct the
program,

(iaintzuill 'SunI F. Childs, Colored News Editor PLANS RALLY 3:30 Mrs.p.m.Cora Roberson, well

t I The rally has been set for known for her speaking ability,
\\1. :I CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS CHURCH PICNIC ,May 24 at the Shady Grove will be guests speaker at 11 a.m.

fbuy THE ML Pleasant Methodist The Hopewell A.M.E. Churchat ;Primitive Baptist Church. The The four chairmen for the

There will be mid week Prayer Lake Butler is holding a picnic members are urged to pay their day are: Mrs. Effie Huddleston,
I May 20 for the benefit of pledges. Mrs. Lilla
K. HAKAISOX. President sad Service 7:30 Mae Covington, Mrs.
today
SOUTHBy
p.m.
FrtlUberi PAT COWLES. Vie Presidents the church. The Chief Evangelist of the Nestha Coachman and Mrs.
The Children's Choir will
1 ED JOHMSOX Tic rreiidcBtuid re-
Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Altemese Wingate.PERSONALS .
W. G. (Bill hearse Wednesday 4:30
Florida's Beautiful ExeenUT Editor on p.m. .
T NOTICE Church is calling a meeting
EBEBSOLE. Tie Prea14eat md Advertising The Youth Choir will rehear on -
s
Directors BOB TARTAGLIONE. RALPH McGILL e Ladies participating in theWoman's May 24. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re .
I 'University City Polltatr on Wednesday, 6 pjn. Choir
Prit. Winning Fibllilicr
and Greetsti.a
Vie. President I Day at Bart- porter.
) I Of U. AlUau. (Ga.) CMtutBtto. No. 2 will rehearse Thursday,I program
Manage ley Temple Methodist Church
Mrs. Dorothy Kendall and
7:30 Edell Turner
president -
pjn. May 24, are asked to meet at REHEARSAL PLANNEDThe
Richard Parker daughter, Sandra, left last Sat-
organist.
THE SUN'S POLICY ProspectOf ; i the church Choral of Juvenile
The Fourth and 1st Quarterly Wednesday, May 20, group urday for the Orange Blossom
I at 7:30 for rehersal. Lodge No. 113 is asked to meet
p.m.
Beauticians'
I 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. r': Conference will be held Friday, Convention thatis
Friday at 5:30 at the homeof
I the of the Sun in pjn. now in session from May 17
2. Express opinions -but only in-editorials: 7:30 p.m. The pastor is asking
AILING AT HOME Master Conald Ross, of 70-
.
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. ;, that all commission chairm n ,to May 21 at Tampa.
...of-... .,. The following persons are SW 5th Terrace, for the final
.
The Sun's telephones: All Department! -372-8441 to have written reports. Rev. W.. ailing at their homes: Mrs. rehearsal. Miss T. M. Fox, pres They will return to their work
22.Miss .
M. The District May
Want Ads-376-4672 Victory Ferguson, pastor. Estella Knowles, and Mrs. An- ident'Mrs.; P. L. Scott, reporter.
i will be
Superintendent our na Watts. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, Mary Andrews and Miss
guest preacher for next Sunday reporter. NOTICE Katie Mae Sims, both of Daytona -
-
President Johnson's morning. Beach, were guests of Miss
I poPU- I AU juvenile members o!Lodge
larity was believed to be ML Carmel Baptist There CONVALESCINGWill No. 113, who plan to take the Andreas' relatives here the past

Panama Election high, but the burgeoning vol- will be Mid week Meditation Knight, a member of the trip to Tampa, Sunday, May 24, weekend.Mr. .

ume and strength of it as Services today, 7:30 pjn.; Youth Poverty Fund Club, who is ill are asked to meet at the homeof and Mrs. James H. Thomas

l- revealed during his dip into Forum Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., at his home was reported as Mrs. P. L. Scott, of 614 SW and daughter, Helen all of
I The winner of Panama's presi- Republican rally in Miami in April the states concerned with and also both Choirs Nos. 1 and improving. Rev. H. Kinsey, 3rd Street, Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Atlanta, Ga., who have been
poverty in the Southern Appalachians 2 will have their rehearsal, 8 Cars will leave 6 pjn. sharp. visiting with relatives here and
president of the club Mrs.F .
dential election ,was the more anti- that Panama's grievances stem from ;
was greater than pjn.; and there will be Teach- D. Shannon, reporter. Miss A. L. Simmons, president; Jacksonville, for the past two
i I U. S. of the two front runners. But the differences between the treaty the most partisan had esti- ers' Meeting, Thursday, 7:30 Mrs. P. L. Scott, directress. weeks, were flown to their home

; all seven candidates regard the U. S. the U. S. offered Colombia in 1903 mated. jjn. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mr. Freeman, who was a yesterday.Mrs. .

unfair. and the treaty it signed with Panama Southern political leaders Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, reporter. patient in the Veteran's Hospi- NEWBERRY NEWS Mary H. Norwood returned -
Canal Treaty as were impressed. There had tal at Lake ; here yesterday from
City, was reported Final Meeting Set
later that after helping
r year, been speculation that the East Side Church of God in as improving at his home here. The Parent-Teacher Associa- Washington, D. C., following a
candidate off Panama to secede from Colombia. President's firm of Christ Church School, 10 iwo-week visit with her sister
Marco Robles was support James Dan, who has been ill, tion of the Newberry Elemen-
civil rights legislation would a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 Mr. Annie Mae Douglas, and
f the of the incumbent presi- was reported as somewhat im- tary School will hold its final
f party "Under the Colombian treaty," hurt him. There was no signof ajn.; and evening worship, 7 .proved. meeting for the school year at other relatives.

dent, Roberto Chiari. Chiari charged Farland said, "sovereignty remainedin it. The President spoke p.m.- Elder J. C. Carter, pastor. the school today at 8 p.m. Miss E Stella Anderson, of

the U. S. with "aggression" for try- Colombia. The term of the treatywas plainly in the deep South, in Church of the Living God 'SLATES PROGRAMThe During the meeting, the officers -Tampa, passed through Gaines-
I Atlanta and the smaller cityof (Sugar Hill) Rev. E. T. Undenominational Choirs' for the school year 1964-65 ville yesterday en route to Jack-
ing to defend life and property 99 years, with the right of re Gainesville. His approachwas Thomas, pastor, and also his I Union will present a program will be elected. sonville.

J against the rioting armed Pana- newal. The width of the Canal Zone folksy, but logical. He congregation will conduct a entitled "Choirs In Parade" on This promises to be a very Edward Small of Tallahassee,

manians. He permitted the rioters to was 10 kilometers or six miles, and was, he said, president of all j oint service Wednesday, 8 Monday, May 25, at 8 p.m. at interesting meeting, and the passed through Gainesville yesterday -

run wild after American high school the courts were Colombian, United the people. He was charged p.m.; the Heavenly Gospel 1I the Second Morning Star Baptist parents, patrons, teachers and en route to Ocala to
Singers will render a Music a 1 visit with his aunt Mrs. M
with responsibility for the Church. Friends of education are urgedto a ry
children broke the Kennedy-Chiari States and mixed.
constitutional rights of every Program Thursday, 8 pjn.; For an evening of fine entertainment be present Dorsey.
agreement and ran up a U. S. flag American. Southerners, he I and Elder Armstrong, pastor, plan now to be pres Miss Nancy Jones left yester-

) without an accompanying Panama "On Nov. 18, the treaty with Pan said, would not expect him and also his congregation w ill ent. Rev. W. D. Dennis, pastor; SOCIETY TO MEET day for Miami because of bus.

flag. ama, which had then become a sov- to be otherwise. There was I conduct a joint service Friday Elmore Dexter, president; Mrs.P. The Home Mission of the Mt. iness. She will be away for a

ereign in its applause. Those who do not :B! p.m. The public is invited. L. Scott, reporter. Moriah Baptist Church will week.
country own right was
agree with him joined in it. Bishop M. M. Williams, pastor; hold its meeting with Mr. Lillie Mrs. Millie A. Monroe flew
Robles is a much stronger charac- signed with a Frenchman named The President's candor was Mrs. Lelia Miles, reporter. SENIOR CITIZENS' Veal, of 720 SW 6th St., tomor- yesterday to New York, N.Y.,

ter than Chiari and consequentlymay Bunau-Varilla. Under this treaty the convincing. Church of God by Faith DINNER PLANNEDThe row at 8 p.m. on> a brief visit and outing with

find it easier to be reasonable, United States had all the rights and THERE ARE NO signs Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Bible Annual Senior Citizens' her daughter, Mrs. Helen Foster -

especially after the spell of hard duties of the sovereign, the term that Alabama's independent Study, 12 noon; W.W.C., 5:45: Dinner, which has been held PLANS WOMEN'S DAYWomen's and other relatives.
I elector movement led p.m.) ; and evening worship, 7:15 each year at the Bell's Nursery, Day has been set Mrs. Annie L. Stewart, of Ma-
which Chiari'sgrandstanding
times for Panama was perpetuity the width of the Ca- by
Governor Wallace p.m. Elder J. E. McK n i g h t, is scheduled for Wednesday, for May 24 at the Greater BethelA. con, Ga., is here visiting with
George
brought on. nal Zone was 10 miles, and the courts has any following save in, pastor> ; R. L. Hutchinson, re- lay 20 at 12 noon. M. E. Church. The scheduleof her relatives, Rev. and Mrs. J.

were U. S." porter. The people of the community I services is as follows: Sun- S. Shannon.
Mississippi and, to a lesser
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But the fundamental problem re- extent, in Louisiana. Gover- -

mains. The treaty is unfair. President Farland criticized the Johnson administration nor Wallace is not acceptedas TOO MUCH TRAVEL COURTESY

Johnson made a point about not for lack of sympathy a Southern leader by other ,

agreeing in advance to change it with Panama, and urged negotiationof governors.If .

but his administration is willing tot a new treaty for a sea-level canal. the President's popularityand
vigorous attentions to the Burdensomething
discuss changes. Any new or enlarged The Republican rally, however, "sum- duty and the politics of his Sharing Secretary's

I canal will require a new marized" its proceedings by criticiz- party continue unabated, he .

treaty, and the enlarging trafi ing the Johnson administration for will have the support of South- 3S>m Bnrk Ottawa> tendency that multiplied tinder He wrote: "Nothing could unexpected ariseshe

fie and bigger U. S. warships will weakness and vacillation toward Pan ern senators and Congressmen By C. L. SULZBERGER Foster Dulles. Simultaneously be more fatal than the habit requests advice from
now opposing him the
on
require a new or enlarged canal aboutas ama. Both views are widely current rights bill. This may be true PARIS Now that Secre- the secretary be- (the at-present fatal and per- Washington.

soon as one can be built. among informed Americans.This even in Mississippi if that tary Rusk is home from the came involved more and nicious habit) of personal DULLES did not share this

state can manage to avoid Hague, hopefully having fin- more in such purely protocol contact between the states- view. He tended to "take his
racial disorders and violence ished his travels until De- matters as greeting visi- men of the world. Diplomacy State Department with him."
S. Farland U. S. ambassador
Joseph fact and the outcome of the
tors and attending the enter- is the art of negotia-
NATO His delegations to foreign
during the long hot cember's meeting,
to .Panama; from. 1960 to last Panama election mean bumpy times ahead. There is no mystery summer there is time for him to pon- tainments of an ever-larger ting documents in a ratifiableand meetings were much larger

i I August: (and.._.a..popular. ,..,, one], told a ahead for U. Panama relations. about this. The political power der a serious question. Have number of foreign embassies. therefore depend a ble than those of Rusk, who has
:, ;. structures of Southern the manifold duties of secre-.. Never easy, the task of secretary form. It is by no means the cut them down to a minimum .
that of state has become art of conversation." needed to deal with
1\\ Democratic state organiza- tary of state outgrown
almost impossible in the nu- Nevertheless, under pre- specific subjects. When Rusk
I fl tions do not believe the Republicans office?
, Property and Job RightsThe can win. These sen- Under our political systemthe clear missile age of total vailing circumstances the travels as a kind of super-

ators, Congressmen, gover- secretary is principal danger and the jet age of U.S. secretary of state would ambassador he lets his temporary .

nors and local leaders havea executive assistant to the travel. seem condemned to travel replacement in Wash
public accommodations section ed state laws to the effect and
same
world direct
by contemporary cus- ington overall policy.
large stake in a party vic- President in devising foreign
of the civil rights bill now be- these have been on the books ever tory that will keep a Democrat policy and keeper of the MANY EXPERTS hold that tom. Different secretari e s President Truman once con

fore the United State Senate is not since. in the White House. They great seal. This function remained foreign ministers would do have chosen to interpret this templated the desirability of

some new, bureaucratic interferencewith will not wish to jeopardize it. substantially un- well to avoid international role differently. Marshall took asking for two full Cabinet

private property rights Since 1883 the powers of the fed- SENATOR GOLDWATER changed until World War II. meetings. Sir Harold Nicol- the view shared by Rusk offices, a secretary of stateto
son suggests: "Repeated per- that when a secretary voy- remain in Washington anda
there is element of who may be the Republican The secretary of state stayedin
though
an con- eral government as recognized by nominee, has said the Re- Washington instructing his sonal visits on the part of ages his seal of office remains new post of secretary of

flict of rights involved, as there is in the federal courts have grown enormously publicans will win only if they envoys, receiving those of the foreign secretary of one at home. The acting foreign affairs, who would

all legal controversies.It and only a few professional receive heavy support from foreign states and helping country to the foreign secretary secretary of state under this represent the U.S. overseas.It .
of the other should not interpretation becomes re- is worth considering whether -
States Righters argue the 1883 the South. They will not getit formulate diplomatic de- ,
be Such visits sponsible for issuing instruc- this might not still be
is an attempt to re-enact the line. from the deep South. At cisions. encouraged.
wartime arouse public expectation, tions. While abroad the sec- wise.It .
there is with con-
present a question Starting
federal civil rights law of 1875, mark over Florida and Vir- ferences, the secretary travel- lead to misunderstandingsand retary regards himself virtually could take time to persuade

which in turn was an attempt to Today, the main argument takes ginia, but even there the out- led overseas increasingly, a create confusion." as an ambassador. If other nations that the

make enforceable a principle which the strange form of questioning the .look for President Johnson U. S. was being fully represented

I had been part of the Common Law in right of any government to limit a is favorable. The-- -Negro- vote, by a newly created
secretary for foreign affairs.
England and America since the man's right to use his property as which now is considerable in Nevertheless
were our first
class-ridden days of kings, nobles, he wishes, or his right to withholdhis all Southern states except secretary for foreign affairs
Alabama and
Mississippi the
,
"gentlefolk", peasants and slaves. labor if he doesn't like the colorof will not go to the Republicans. Voice of People chosen from former secretaries -

the customer's skin. of state such as Ache-

The principal was simple: The prop- Southern Republicans who son or Herter doubts wouldbe

erty and skills a man owns were Any argument will do for a des- subscribe to the party prin- =====On The Sun's Opinion Page obvious swiftly that erased.no superpowercan It seems
ciples as set forth by former
his to grant or withhold to othersas .
perate White Supremacy advocate continue to conduct poli-
he chose, subject to the general from the Deep South, who knows he President Eisenhower are Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cy both at home and over
now dismayed by the pros- must be signed ond bear the writer', oddre Names will be withheld if requeued. A letter shouldnot
laws and the king's "eminent do- is licked but wants to drag out his pects of a decline in the pro exceed 500 word ond must be written On only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The seas with one and the same
the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or man, even under the com
Sun
But if he chose
main. to offer his retreat as long as he possibly can. gress being made in buildinga reserves promise formula evolved
I intent. by
goods or services for sale to the two-party system. The
what took place In those meet- Commission to task, editorially Marshall and Rusk.
growing Negro vote was of
public generally, he must do so to But we find it astonishing that major importance in the What Is SunCOlllplaining ings from which it was deem- and otherw i s e, if it so BEYOND THIS remains a

I all comers without discrimination.This senators from states which long have gains scored in the two Eisen- Of? ed wise to exclude the nublic chose. need to reduce the unneces-

principle was applied in particular had equal-accommodation laws should hower victories. They were was in the proper public inter- With the understanding that sary protocol burden. Foreign

to "common carriers," innkeepers find some appeal in these arguments. able to carry this impetusover EDITOR, Sun: The editorial est, Mr. W. T. Green Jr., our this agreement with the Sun and ministers health waste time, energy

stagecoach operators, and the into the Nixon campaign. appearing in the Sun on city manager, was asked to had been reached, I have at- this senseless on courtesy.load lightenedand Were

like. RECENT OPINION polls Thursday, May 14,, is thick discuss a means for provid- tended the "periodic. "semi-
Equal treatment of were two men with
customers by report that the number of with innuendos that siniste ing such Dub 1 i c protectionwith private" meeting; to which equal
those who hold themselves out to Americans who consid e r and improper actions the Gainesville Sun. Mr. your editorial of list Thursday rank assigned to share the

: In 1883, during the post-Civil War serve the public is fundamental good themselves Republicans is de- "deals," and dark acts have Green discussed this matter referred. I have had Mr. less remainder fatigued, we might have

I Southern counter-revolution, the U.s. sense and good law, not only in an clining. The current figure is been done by the Gainesville both with Mr. John R. Harri- Green's assurance that the sentation. happier repre-

Supreme Court struck down the industrial civilization, but in any 27 per cent against 49 per City Commission in secret son, president and publisher, Gainesville Sun was notifiedin Both Herter and Rusk have
,
law of cent who declare themselves behind closed doors. and Mr. Ed Johnson, vice advance of every one of
civil rights 1875 as a matter civilization advanced enough to have meetings toyed with the idea of sug-
i Democrats and 24 per cent and executive edi- these, and invited to have
a
cries president
editorial writer
for the states, not the federal gov- buying, selling and renting of Your gesting a "trade union" con-
goods "independent. The latter out treachery and accuses Mr. tor, and it was agreed that (1)) reporter attendance. in accordance ference of foreign ministersto
ernment. Many Northern states pass- and services at set prices. category has been of increas- Turlington and myself of hav- there would sometimes arise with the agreement work out an international

ing importance. Most of it ing betrayed a covenant matters which were best discussed outlined a b o v e. I might add formula for simplifying the

went to Mr. Kennedy in 1960. made with the voters a year with the general pub- that the Sun has not always business of diplomacy and
It is not anticipated much, lic excluded, and ((2) that the chosen to send a reporter to easing physical demands on
POTOMAC FEVERBy if any of it will be moved to ago.Your editorial quotes me Gainesville Sun would be notified all such meetings but certainly the ministers themselves.The .

support Senator Goldwater.This correctly as having been opposed in advance of all such the opportunity was mere fact that the
Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau too, disturbs Southern" to secret meetings meetings and invited to havea given.I world is smaller and at the

pecially"modern those Republicans who have, es- during my campaign. Nothinghas reporter in attendance.The wish to assure the public same time contains more independent

Local news jtem: Saigon-Ambassador Lodge has sent home for his golf their state organizat ions seen transpired to cause me intent of this arrangement that never once has there nations has dras-
and his other- uitrand-may settle here to the been anything sinister shady tically changed diplomatic
, permanently. taken over by Goldwater to change my views on that was protect pub- or -
--- who have in Tennessee supporters matter. What your editorial lic interest That being the about the subject matter techniques. Something must

Rocky is doing splendidly. He now has 25 delegates-just enough for a nice and Georgia,, for exam-- failed to note was that I case, it was agreed that the discussed in those meet- be done. President Eisenhower -

wake. ple, literally read the Negroout also stated publicly, on num- Sun would exercise discre- ings. In my opinion the items introduced the novel ideaof
-- of the party. erous o c cas ions during my tion in what it reported and discussed were in the public making our U.N. ambas-
: Eisenhower says he's taking no 'sides. Ike's interest, best not discussed sador a Cabinet member. It
r motto "When the others wilt, "We cannot build a two- campaign, that I recognizedthat how it was reported but that
watch out for Milt"A publicly. is even more reasonable to
party system in the South by certain matters such as this judgment was left in the
-- operating the Southern Re- personnel problems, acqui- hands of the editor of the Sun. Now comes last Thursday's create the Cabinet post of
house committee may approve a medicare bill soon. They've just been studying publican state organizationsin sition of real estate for capital !- In particular if somethingtook editorial with its accusationsof travelling foreign minister.

it a reasonable length of time i -until more of them got old enough to qual a semi-Ku Klux Klan man- improvements, etc. were place in such a meeting treachery land betray a 1. And foreign ministers of
Treachery and all nations, regardless of
ify. betrayal there
not discussed in which in the
ner commented one South- best open editor's judgmentwas
have been, but the accusing ideology, should meet to codify -
ern Republican who had public meeting. not a proper subject for a
Now it's cwll"nghts demonstrations finger points in the a new protocol system
in barber shops. Who wrong ,
ever thought that much to do with the buildupof Recognizing the necessity meeting from which the gen-
some day you'd need'a supreme court order to get a barber to holler "Next?" direction. I, too, feel movedto less demanding on them-
party strength.This of meetings on eral
non public public was excluded then quote Caesar. ET TU BI.U- selves. The horse and buggy
-- GOP dilemma aids the occasions, and also recognizing the Sun had complete freedomto
President..Johnson TE of the
of
expects to ask for etiquette Congress
more for Viet Nam.
money If we were Democrats. The prospect of that the general public report that matter in full
willing to spend just a little more over there ALAN D. SUTHERLANDCity Vienna is making them nerv-
could
we lose twice
as fast. victory makes for unity. had a right to be assured that detail and to take the City Commission i ous wrecks.'I .



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I PORT SAID, Egypt (AP) -ments." tack was "to destroy Egypt's Khrushchev said that in the CI
.i CapitolWASHINGTON i Soviet Premier Khrushchevsaid I "They use warships as observation independence." He called Israel past it was in the power of the z
today the Arabs would be I posts and t 0 bring "the agent of imperialism." big nations "to enslave all of ri : HAYDON BURNS
exposed to great danger if the pressure on the policy of non- The Soviet leader paid tri- Africa's and Asia's peoples."
(AP-In th news from Washington: missile submarines into the carrier imperialism aims at restoring "Port Said is renowned among when the imperialists can com- t
POVERTY -. EDUCATION::: Mediterranean. reactionary systems in the world's cities because it is mit their brutal crimes." t: A
"The roots of poverty in this: The Soviet leader evidently I Asia and Africa." a national bastion before which The Soviet premier looked! s :$ '. :
country are, simply, lack ol f t referred to negotiations between I Standing on an antiimperialist the dreams of the invaders col- rested after a train journey t., -
education and the deprivation ii: the United States and. monument to Egyptian war lapsed. through the delta from Cairo. Burns Means Business
brings," Secretary of Labor W. Spain for use of the joint U.S.- dead, he condemned the Brit-
Willard Wirtz told the National l Spanish naval and air base at ish-French and Israeli attack of I 0 PROVEN PROGRESS
Committee for Support of the: Rota as a headqurters for the 1956 on Suez and said many of I
Checks
,Public School Monday night. missile-firing subs. The U.S. the West's politicians have I Safety
Wirtz said a study of 2,500< I submarine tender Prot eus failed to learn the lesson of that Pay Family S TESTED LEADERSHIP
young men who had failed the: moved to Rota in February. defeat. .
Selective Service mental test t In an obvious reference to "Many of the West's politi- BenefitsGive f s.
showed that 80 per cent of them U.S. 6th Fleet operations in the cians are still unable to realize Mayor Bums has 15 years ef successful
were dropouts, and 40 per cent t; Mediterranean, Khrushchev the truth behind this shamefulend public administration behind him as chief
of the dropouts had stoppedschool ,, said the "imperialists use air ," he said. Your A Car A Physical Examination At t HAYDON executive of.one of the Southeast's most
Gainesville Circle
at the eighth grade or craft carriers and warships to He added that the goal of Safety prosperous cities
below. lie in wait for nationalist move- Britain and France in that at- INS.INC..
I KIRKPATRICK & EDMONSON BURNS'r.
RECONNAISSANCE PLANE:: i I 31 N. Main 372-8438 ... Political ear
The American RB66 reconnaissance St. Augustine Officials ..
plane shot down by the
Russians in March took photographS -
over East Germany To Answer Mrs. Peabody
without the crew realizing they
were in Red territory, the Mayor Joseph A. Shelley and Tomorrow ONLY
Washington Evening Star reported Two St. Augustine officials Restoration Commission Direc-
I Monday.The will appear on national television 'tor Earle W. Newton will
three men aboard the jet, Wednesday to correct speak on the NBC morning show
were Capt. David I. Holand ol what they call "misleading "Today." I W
Holland, Minn., the pilot; Capt. statements by Mrs. Malcolm
The NBC network
Melvin J. Kessler of Philadelphia Peabody agreed
to interview the officials following -
the check navigator, and
i Lt. Harold W. Welch of Detroit,, requests from both theChain
Store city and county commissions to
the navigator.
c OK'd. answer charges made by Mrs.I I
RESEARCH URGED: A Inquiry Peabody on the same program'I'
crash of research to earlier this year.
program (c) New York Times A11111
I find new methods of controlling WASHINGTON The Senate Mrs. Peabody, mother of the
plant and animal pests to replace .., approved by voice vote Monday governor of Massachusetts,
.hazardous chemical pestleif a resolution to authorize an in- criticized conditions in the'
cides was urged today by the vestigation of food marketing oldest city following her arrest II FIELDS OWN. .
National Agricultural Research I from the farm to the table. there during integration demon INTRODUCING ;
if Advisory Committee. President Johnson proposed strations. rylq ;1 1 1I Aids
Reporting to the Agriculture: the investigation by a 15- Shelley and Newton will be Health & Beauty
j Department-which created it-. member commission at a cost interviewed by NBC correspond-]
\ the committee said pesticides: of up to $2.5 million over two ent Ray Shearer from 7:30 to mammm I'
I are essential, at least in the: years. The inquiry will include 8:30 a.m. Gainesville time. '.
i I foreseeable future, for efficient t: an inquiry into food chain prac Paid Advertising r
production, storage and distri-tices. I .
\ bution of foods and other farm i The resolution now goes to t I
products. the House of Representatives 1 JWelds .
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Navy Reserve 1 Joseph the University Weil, dean of emeritusof Florida Top SKow Deals Emmy New Blow 'known contrac fact tions.that It's organizationsare a well J'Sands Meanwhile have reportedly, Scott and confirmed Miss I

Meets
Tonight College of Engineering, will be .
Biomedical will the speaker.The instructed to vote for the their attendance at the
be:discussed at engineering tonight's meet- meeting will be at 7:15 SfoIB ftnrk Stmrfl Mort Werner, president of Scott) and as a dramatic ser,Susskind said. "It has built-in:company product." award ceremonies.-
the academy, said over the ies.
ting of the Gainesville U. S. p.m. at the U.s. Naval Train- NEW YORK The producers ,
weekend that the program IU I! : 1 __
NAval Reserve Research Co. 64.: ing Center 1300 NE 8th Ave. of "East Side-West Side," nom- would be held as scheduled. The "We have disassociated our-
selves from the
inated for eight Emmys, have National Broadcasting Company a Melnick academy said.as THE ACADEMY
corporation, AWARD WINNER !
I withdrawn from the National will televise the show from 10 "If we had resigned without
Academy of Television Arts and
to 11:30
p.m. any nominations, it would have
Sciences because of "basic "East Side-West Side" re
looked like This tt "BEST
sour grapes. DIRECTOR1-Tony Richardson
j shortcomings in the Emmy ceived nominations for out- BEST
then, we felt, was the time ot
structure. standing photography, direct take action." "BEST SCREENPLAY'lJohn Osborne
ing, music, writing, single per- ? ffl
David Susskind and Daniel "I quit the academy as an PICTURE "
formances (James Earl Jones "BEST MUSIC SCORE
-John Addison
Melnick, owners of Talent As- and Diana Sands), a continuous individual three years ago" .
sociates-Paramount, Ltd., saidno
one employed by their com- performance (George C, ..............
pany would accept or attend .
the Emmy ceremonies on May FEATURES I
25. ml1: l-S-5-7-9 i hl;;d rcktxpl S.
Not for Jr. .
"The artists who worked for '. e" ,.I' .
ENDS TODAY '. .
us on a free-lance basis can I ... .. ..... whole world
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"TONIGHT 9:00 WUFT CHANNEL 5 make their own decisions, Joseph le-.a praerts 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
Susskind said. "we cannot'speak FIURSTBLJCFIFIUI7CATHfflIESPAAK Also In Ocala loves
for them." ,A ; }'
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"THE WORLD'S'\GREATEST ORCHESTRA"
Broadcasting Company and
The I three divisions of the Columbia I TEA'1S' S .1 ,1 J 1 N alts MO.TM Of 4
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I THE I LAST TIMES TONITE
they had withdrawn recog- Showtime 7:30 ;
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Eugene Ormandy, Director ''not participate. DEAN MARTIN uw..
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QUESTION OF THE DAY 1w
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Council of Florida. I formula for a second summit DaIYI4N THEATRE ";l ;:;:; / t

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negotiations, an authoritativesource Open 7:00-Show 7:30 MONTGOMERY-BALSAM.StJOHN
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By ALTON.BLAKESLEE_ Sometimes it is sound. But unhappily -ly more of them have been act- other kind of fat for some of the< Some do, true enough, but how,retching and nausea are due to I Tax
and JEREMIAH STAMLER, their advice is often dan- ing against the known risks. hard fats you ordinarily eat. many? It is impossible to prealso -: a heart attack, or some other' .:
M.D. gerous, based on myths or mis- "A new pill cuts down your On the other hand, we I diet whether you will be one of disease or severe indigestion.! ind up
: conceptions, or far outdated.A blood cholesterol, so you don't hear: the lucky few-or whether you The sick person and his family
In matters! of health everyone cloud of myths and miscon- have to worry about what you "The human body manufactares -, will follow the usual course and I should beware of selfdiagnosisand
from grandmother' to a seatmateon ceptions obscures the fact eat." cholesterol, so it doesn';t be victimized prematurely. summon a physician to I
an airplane is quick with about coronary disease and There is no safe drug yet matter what you eat." Tm 25 and perfectly make the proper diagnosis.The .
well-meant advice. I bodes no good four hearts. available for general use. Fur Our bodies do manufacture, healthy. There's no reason to
Some examples: thermore, reducing the choles- cholesterol. But what we eat worry about heart attacks until] incidence of premature
a Learn more about your hearing terol level involves only one of I reach 40." coronary disease am.1g men
during BETTER HEARING "Heart attacks happen mostlyto can add a lot more than we
MONTH. Get a big shots and executives:' the high risks. would otherwise have. You may be whistling enrouteto has increased in past decades.
HEARING CHECK-UP at The fact is business executives This new diet melts off extra "Exercise in middle age is the graveyard. For atheros- And there is no sign yet that this
GAINESVILLE are no more prone to heart pounds in two or three weeks." dangerous. And exercise can't! clerosis is a systemic disease, high rate, particularly among
HEARING! AID CO ,attacks than anyone else, and Be wary. Crash diets mayor help you lose weight, you just a long-term process usually de- middleaged men, will decline in
y 622 N. MAIN FR 7-6715 I may' not off and veloping slowly and sporadically the near future, unless we act
have fewer because recent- may slough weight, get hungry and eat more.
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nutrients your body and dead on the golf course, or while closes off a vital artery.It Our defense is to know what
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a ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A i heart need. Most importantly, shoveling snow. It's easy to as- appears likely that most happens, and then specifica 11
they offer no long-term solution. sume it is exercise that kills or young American males have what we can do about it. yll!

FLORIDA Swimming Poolby I "They say calories don't hurts the heart. In truth, about "early" artery clogging. Manyare your heart's sake, banish !:
:; count." half of all heart attacks occur dying young and far more old myths, and replace them!I

I I Well, they certainly DO count, during rest or sleep. will become prime candidates with modern knowledge. I '
Custom units available ,
(Tomorrow on most late models-Ford,
Rivers Leading specialists like Dr. for heart attacks by age 45 to : Tallying Up ;.
Construction Co. and weight gain invariablycomes
Your Risks) Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, Valiant
54, unless they avoid events
I about because we eat Paul Dudley White of Boston I and others.
A QUALITY POOL Backed by a I more calories than our bodies believe exercise and hard work along the way that hasten the Nine(Condensed from "Your' Heart Has,
I need. The rest is stored as fat, preserve your heart. A 10-min- disease. Halt copyright Llves"published 1964 by Alton by Prentice Blakes-I Financing AvailableHawesPowers
,. FULL 5 YEAR. WARRANTY with one pound of fat repre- ute walk each day addedto "Being a woman, I don't haveto lee). I
senting 3,500 calories. present activity-can spend worry about heart disease. II I Motor Co. :
2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 "To avoid a heart attack, 50 calories without making you It's men who are susceptible." .
Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 you've got to cut all fats, andcan't eat more. That's enough to lose As a woman you are likely to datosuilk Sun I I AIR CONDITIONING CENTER :
NO MONEY five in be relatively free of severe coronary
DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING have any eggs or butteror pounds a year. "All Makes and Models Serviced"p
anything containing cholesterol. "Heredity sets you up for a disease, compared with MOVES MERCHANDISE .
f ." heart attack, and my father and men, until late middle age. .
WITH EACH POOL YOU CET RTr1 204 N. Main St. FR 2-2561
Filter System. Skimmer. Pool Brush. Diving Board Absolutely untrue. The anti- grandfather before him had You are not immune, even then. .
heart trouble. So I well And after about age 65, women ------ ----------
Pool Light. Test Kit. Step Ladder. Vacuum Cleaner coronary diets call only for cut- might as --
ting down on fats and cholesterol -eat, drink and be merry." suffer from heart disease and
Leaf Net strokes almost as much as men. .
and SUBSTITUTING an- Heredity may play a role
CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION and affect your risk. But there'sa As a last example, one com
VINYL FLOOR TILE difference between a "family mon attitude runs pretty much, WHICH MEANS MORE TO
RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. I like this i
42 COLORS IN STOCK tendency" due to genetics or :
inheritance, and a tendency that "The artery disease Is Just
1909 EAST 5th STREET 10.9< TP'LRE
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only natural more people are
716 N. Main St. heavy smoking. A real family
history of premature coronary dying of heart disease."
disease should impel you to Well, the artery-rusting process
seek medical advice is not an inevitable hand-
m'TUCKT STRAIGHT) 800R80H! WHISKIES.THE OLD CTAKO-OAO D1STIUW M..fRANKFORT.KT.-!llsm.BYKATIOSAt CTtUtRS! PRODUCTS C97A : earlyandget
on with a systematic, thoroughgoing maiden of aging. The arteries''I
attack against the of some men in their 80's and I PHOSPHATE or GROCERIESBOB
conspirators. 90's are found remarkably free'
"There's really no reason tobe of the rust.Atherosclerosis. I'
careful about smoking, ex- Is no new actor -
HIGH WILL VETO NEW TAXESOF
ercise and eating-look at all J on the stage of human dis-
the guys who eat all they please, ease. But it was not until 50
smoke all they please, and nev- years ago that the coronary at-I GROCERIES AND MEDICINES. HE IS
er lift a finger in exercise. They tack was really recognized as
live well and long with no heart a true clinical entity. I THE ONLY CANIDIDATE WHO WILL :
and less the
attack. Forty years ago I

'.missed diagnosis, with perhaps some was real heart often FIGHT FOR AIR TAXES FOR :

Billions : disease ascribed to "acute in- .
} :' : tiat xkoti' digestion," which also bringson ALL FLORIDIANS;

pallor, sweating, and fall in
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:....> ';4 % House Appropriations Committee BOB HIGH
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for space programs and
5.4 billion for veterans' pro- Her. .

grams. :
YOUR GOVERNOR
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Pd. Pol. Adv.
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,y. .' I Mrs. John F. Kennedy arising ,.
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fi sympathy over the assassin
i ation of the late president

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was one of the'few that operated .
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hosts know that this is the most popular bourbon of Pjtl&C l years. It was built in 191E
to serve two oil refineries. MONTHS TO REPAY.CITIZENS.
its kind. They know too that only the finest will do for If SSsr!a

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8 Gainesville Sun > Tuesday, May 19, 1964Saluting

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,1 BgQa'N? 6ONS\ TO MURDERTHAT( { BALL! ScD-HARGP c.3L IS SATCHftS kid HAVE TOLD ft1tLj
V s What's your problem For a general ) #I LAST HALFOr THE \ lYE NEVER FELT S3 CONFIDENT/! .
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.$ velope. Abby answers all mail. H1'- 1

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DEAR ABBY I write with compulsion tonight. I can no ress who complained about her hours and the men customers I ::,;:;,:{., .,. 7 TO ANITA ICEBERG,FIRST SLOBBOV1AN GRADUATE OP THE IS-5DA-TRUER

longer contain my pride in my town, my state, my nation. making passes at .her to get a job with shorter hours A 'HARVARD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ff FOURyIRRS

Where do I start? I have seen people who have lost dear and longer skirts. That is easier said than done. Six years t 5HOOSH!! LIDDLE ) { WEARS PROUD YOU ARE SO SMOTT ABOUT SELLING WASTED!!

ones. People who have lost only some of their worldly possessions ago my husband walked out and left me with five children NOODNIKGUNG RECITE t > BUT FR/W
and people who have lost everything. But no backs under ten years of age. I had never worked a day in my HIS DOME { ALL 77//S ROTTEN PRODUCES ICE AND SVOtVi i

are bowed. The cooperation and organization is astounding life and was trained for nothing. I took a job as a short- OF S so YOU KNOW WHERE you AND youR''' BUSINESS

From teen-agers who offer to baby-sit for their neigh- skirted cocktail waitress. It wasn't easy, but it beat charity. GFUTTIMG// EDUCATION CAN GO..

bors so that they may salvage what they can from their I have been able to support my family and provide insur- K F

wrecked homes, to engineers and survey crews already work- ance for their future educations. If men customers get rough, K \
(
ing to rebuild. Restoration of transportation, mail service, water I tell them in a nice way that I have five children to

newspapers, power, has begun, and even the corner grocery support and a scene could cost me my job. They never giveme

stnre is swept up, mopped up, and sometimes propped any trouble after that. I work five days a week from 7 <

J up, but open for business. What a heroic job our radio P.M. until 2 A.M. and take home about $160 a week. I am a J

hams did, working night and day to relay messages to PTA president, Cub Scout den mother, blood donor and a oneday.aweek -

loved ones. And the American Red Cross! And the generosityof hospital volunteer. I am alsoA J rn

our sister states! I could go on and on. Let no man say SHORT-SKIRTED WAITRESS

that we are "soft," that we Americans are weak. I have
DEAR SHORT-SKIRTED: You are also a far-sighted worn o r TH' 6.6
[ GOSSIP MUSTBE _
and
I overwhelmed.
seen our strength am
an. And justifably proud. ELWOEYS POWERFUL GOOD '
A PROUD ALASKAN OUT THAR 11 4 / ,
== AT TH'FENCE,MAW .7_ r.: TODAY II ,
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DEAR ABBY: This is for the cocktail waitress who DEAR ABBY: I am graduating from eighth grade in June E-t NOLIERIN AT TH'TOP s. a

complained because she had to wear a short, low-cut, sexy- ,and all the girls in my class are wearing white dresses. ,..1 OF HER LUNGS 11O /

looking uniform on' her job: A decent girl wouldn't go out My older sister was graduated from eighth grade two years T

in public that way. Girls who show off their bodies In the line ago and my mother wants me to wear the same dress SHE ) ,

of duty, such as strippers and models, have no shame or wore. "I am afraid everybody will remember it and know

modesty, and would just as soon stand naked in a departmentstore that I am wearing my sister's old dress. We haven't got the >c i1IzE

window as say "How do you do?" Any woman who money for a new dress and my sister's is very pretty and

would be ashamed to her her child go into the place where as good as new, but I still feel funny about it. I hate to fF7

she is working and say, "There is MY mother!" should hurt my mother's feelings, but I would sure like a new ::J r u

I change jobs. And if she is standing there with most of her dress. What should I do? Je-Lr

front exposed, and half of her behind sticking out, I mean HANDMEDOWNSDEAR r 1) s4'W

HER! GIRL GRADUATE: Wear the dress, honey, and
.- FOR DECENCY IN N. Y. don't give it a second thought. It is the way a person wearsa
garment that makes it lovely. And chances are, not one coNTRAR' POPULAR WE'LL WEAR OUR OXYGEN VVHATA 7 AND ITS RIGHT
BELIEF THERE IS SOME \
ITS (
THE ELEVENTH DAY SUITS AND WHERE THEY
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DEAR ABBY: You advised that short-skirted cocktail wait- will remember it before. !
: person having seen OF MOON "DAYLIGHT1! OUR ATMOSPHERE OUT SOLED SJ-ICES-THE GRC UWD IT WAS.
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by LOSING THA T PART DOESN'T TIME WHEN I WAS ...AND THOUG HT, TO SHORE r LIKE FIGHTING. 'j
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NEW YORK Impressions [ The technique of the New cheek and liptoear.Then each Thirsty. Bought half pint of I rl fYiII

*>f New York from an outsider's ,York social kiss, is ritualistically kisses at the air around theother's boxed "orange ade" for 40

notebook: casual. It would not do for a ear lobe. Nobody knows cents, an overcharge ,of
approximately
Kissing is the why kissing is in.
thing Natives
among gentleman to lean into a lady say 800 per cent. Tasted -
smart people here. It is displacing they have been doing it for the
,
and smack her hungrily on the like potash in an acid solu f { eUTWEMUST 7, LISTEN,CO.CANYON P ..ANTUERE
the handshake as the past two years but don't know tion. i C-ETrb VrATRTHAT WHISTLE WILL. REMMCNLEND WH/LE WE 60 -'
Is] AN
standard form ,of greeting in-,lips, nor for a lady to do any why they slatted... I i 5 I MINNIE.WE CANY PARED AZ .AFT BE A PATROL OPA\y |iNG BLAST lLVSNERME! MAYBE A HAND.,, FOR THE OPEN
: Everybody out in alley, smoking EESZN TO KNOW HOW 5 FE THEY PEOPLE TeAJNEP g/ WE CAN 1 G
side the establishment social thing that would smear her lipstick Rule one:. .Men never kiss i drinking potash, analyzi Z YJU fEEGA6,7JTTHE FIMJ US! O.R 'APVISfWy A W TIEyi KH BETWKN; START A FUSS IH t
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g 4 REDS KJGUNG Ycu THE J UNGLI:... '
gatherings women kiss"nienand on a, kissing co npaI i n's women on first introduction. play furiously. "This is the ,

women kiss women on entrances collar or jewelry Rule two; Even among friends, story of an irresponsible man," ii ; V -
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and farewells. It is'all In a correctkiss; the.two par- men wait'for women to initiate observed an indignant young responsible -.cz I ; f ,

very Russian, although men are ties approach within iandshak kiss. Curious fact: Men who man to his girl Others :

not yet kissing men' at least at ing distance and bow from the give women "I-wanttobekissed expatiating on stage light '<" .. ,

MAGIC stares"always.have to set ing, sets, Alec Guiness voice 'r

_I ( I TOLEDO 13LEF3 LISLE. tie for handshakes Dylan Thomas's poetry, quality 11 f .
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HORNS This :
of
ENANEL may be the first-act striptease.
OTTGR >
ACROSS. last city on earth where drivers Why does have _
LET. SOH 0 EAR everyone to
1.Small 'Protective cling to the stand ELZt
old
II R r. D. REMARK S quaint be- around for 10 minutes
portable oven. garment lief that traffic will
move if loudly missing the
26.PastS CAD E. T. W E. D point ol f
6.Fruit dunks bonked at loudly Even plays in rntI 4 _
enough. New York
10.Stem from 27PIcaiant III A R N. D r.t 6 A R ? Answer: L ;1
feet.. :29.Wapiti. E R I N E U M. stf. GO Paris has given up on the horn, When you pay $9 a seat and
11.5,280 32. but not New York. Freeze 300< have a 10-minute HANG ON
Chapeau intermission hCxN
12.Greets RUN. SNAP Z A T BE I IN ,
13.Fish sauce '33.'Self A V R A L. S TOMATO machines in an intersection and you must persuade yourself and = TIT P ( SUR5 TO I FACT OMXlL BECAUSE, IF
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14.Jot CAN O E 'R 0 N E. RS' start wailing threats to eavesdroppers that you are not : HANSOMTIGHT i VE2Y VERY

, 17.or.Point 37.35.,Pressing On tiptoe L: EGS NEWT 5. fenders.smash the others right in their only buying an unforgettable experience -I,,,, k::RIGHT't = / ; TIGHT
Prayer but
are also the .1
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bead : SOLUTION OF YESTUDA Y'$ PUZZLE will :
They too
for
New
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'40. York person who can savor it a full
18.Tree 4L'More"2.' .h198mns Football automobiles are extremely hot $9 worth. 1 v ash

19.Unmasked: 42.Make 3.Gear team blooded. Nothing arouses them Recommendations: S qua
s
21.Spread to Leveled, 9.Withdraw like 200 yards of unblocked I NEB
jubilant asphalt 'orange ade" sales.
dry Overpri n 1 t
22.Peace DOWN' *5.6.Fix Chalice again 10.Appointment dead ahead. With tires ,t programs with large notice 1

goddess '1.'Under. 7. Expand 12.Utter gears and pistons screaming, reading: "Relax $9 is no I; t 1
they leap forward
a
16..Light tan as thoughon more than you would pay for an pGti

1 Z 4'-' S' 0 c 7 a s 19,ThIck' open turnpike to Pittsburgh, average secand-rate meal any
/: // 20.Scot. then slam to a howling stop at where in midtown Manhattan." 1

'4" /I.ItJ '/// II murder the next light, throwing off tire BUILDING New Yorkersare

IZ 13 21.Bushy rubber and hurling bodies ; always talking about h ow -
dump around inside. dull the
new buildings are. They
14 IS I. 11 24.23.River Astounded In It will not do to wag a fingera are right, but the worst of the

18 i"l'z Nebrask&Vh them if nearly run down at :Dew buildings is their coldness h- MEET IOU DOWNTOWN) SINCE THE oo xtr WAWrA YE5sitt..w
25.Portion a street crossing; they will only I The lobbies of the new hotels AT THE PEPPEKW1LL IN DINNER! ON VOtt, s RIDE 1i710TOWN? APPgWATE IT:

I i"l'h ZZ 26.Bcyondthe lean up against you and nuzzle :and the Pan American Building MOUT J4 HOOPS MM. llL BE THERE; :i

"" Vh pale your hips with their radiators I exhale a chin as from the WMREM
unopened
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Expensive and I Pharaonic .
tombs
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arch inaccessible. Except for shows j their .
Z73t 20 29 30 3r marble labyrinths thereis
29.Very select with a death rattle, box offices j 1 an evil presence t hat hates I /T.L
30.Half
JJ / J+ figure moon never have tickets. Ticket agencies 1 warmth and sunlight.

usually do for a substantial Regrettable facts I
31.Small : These
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added
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1'/ barrel Intermissionscreates I buildings are not created for

39 : ; 40 Q'34.. Insect dreadful human strains. J people.; They are created for j Q j
36.Water lily For example: Went to see real estate speculators. Before I

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Miscellaneous shower hon

t' S 'I,. .r oring Miss Betsy Richardson,
fiancee of Kenneth Jay Al-
: ,Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor ligood, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nat Robertson -
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Bird IsMVP.' ;, > I Miscellaneous shower honoring -

Lady I Miss Judith Diane Tucker -
F I bride-elect of William Dale
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,i O'Neill and Mrs. Marshall 0.

ToT he President Watkins at the Watkins home,

1115 NE Third Street.

:) if ( FRIDAY, May 22
,. By'FRANCES LEWINE ly ,,luncheons at the White ;
WASHINGTON (AP) In House to spotlight the contri ., I .. Linen shower complimenting -
Just six months, Lady Bird butions of "women-doers" in a ; : Miss Gayle Cross, bride-
Johnson has become the most variety of fields. I elect of Casper RappeneckerJr.

active First Lady since the late When she went along on John ., 8 p.m., Miss Dianne
Eleanor, Roosevelt son's six-state Appalachian a Cook, Miss Carolyn Moon-

U. N. Ambassador Adlai E. tour, Lady Bird spoke every ? .. ey and Miss Anne Wigley,
ss i
Stevenson says she has "an unashamed where he did. i ; home of Miss Cook, 923 NW

love affair with the But Mrs. Johnson was not 36th Terrace.

American people. She is making always so ready to speak be- SATURDAY, May 23
no-secret of her affection for fore crowds and had to takea

them and they are making no course in public speakingto Post-nuptial coffee honor
secret of theirs for her." overcome ing Mrs. Charles Mayo, the
severe "stage -- > ( ,. '
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Mrs. Johnson has pitched into fright." former Miss Carol McDowall! ,

join her husband in every But since becoming First: Presentation of the annual women's scholarship awards was the Nell Critzer Miller Award presented by Mrs.\ Miller and Mrs. Daniel B. Schuh of

endeavor from outright politicking Lady she has graduated from made yesterday during the May luncheon of the University Wo- Pictured above from left to right are: :Mrs. J. Hillis Miller, St. Petersburg, the former
to polite and formal entertaining brief "thank remarks to Miss Barbara Tilghman, 10
you the Student Service Center. Edith Bristol
men's Club at
1'he Miss Chipley her mother Mrs. Edmund Chipley Miss Bauer
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at the White House. She making 20 minute speeches. a.m. to noon, Mrs. HerbertA.
Award Mrs. M. Philpott by
by Harry won
presented was
Tigert ,
and her mother Mrswmmm r. Bauer it-. and Mrs. 'Philpott. and her
daughter
does it all with ease, grace From steelworkers to Leagueof Miss Gayle M.\ Bauer and Miss Anne Elizabeth Chipley received Meyer ,
Miss Carol 1929 NW
zest I Meyer
Women Voters, she addresses
Crowds in one state after an- audiences as "friends." Final activity of the Univer the speakers' table were Introduced dent's Award for distinguish e d Thomas Jr., Newcomer, ad- Mrs. Bruce Thomason, Advisorto Seventh Lane."Dena's .

other have shown their enthusiasm Her Southern drawl and sometimes sity Women's Club took place by Mrs. Theodore S. academic achievement. She is a viser. Mothers Club.

for Mrs. Johnson President on appearances sugary delivery have not yesterday when the May luncheon George, president of the club. member of Alpha Chi Ome Mrs. William F. Fagen, chair- The committee for Beauty"
with the an' always been assets. But, Lady was held in the Student They included: Miss Rose of Mrs. Keith program was IS NOW IN THEIR
on her own. They found her Bird is working on that too. Service Center with 165 members Urquhart, out going chairman ga sorority. man Butson colleges Clubhouse; Mrs. Rich-D. :chairmaned by Mrs. A. H.I NEW LOCATION

'charming," "prettier than her She's been calling on her speech and guests attending. 'of the Mothers' Club; Mrs. J. Miss Chipley, a biology ma- ard W., Bowles Interest; Gropp, and Mrs. Perry C.I 2902 N.W. 13th STREETPH.
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pictures, ,," "a real Southern teacher, Hazel Beall Provensen,; "Spring Song" was the theme H. Hintermister Sr., incoming jor, is a member of MortarBoard Group. .Moore was chairman. of the so- FR 2.4097
,lady.:". to hear her read speeches and,for the affair with spring flowers 'chairman; Mrs. Russell P.Chubb and has received a Uni Clubhouse standing committee cial committee.
And every month, her calendar give advice. used throughout the banquetroom. outgoing president of versity of Florida Honors Mrs. Keith D. Butson, chair-
i issued by her press secre- She working- now on what I I Dames, and Mrs. Dale Alam, Scholarship and a Panhellenic man; Mrs. F. C. Myers, cochairman -
'tary, seems to get longer. she considers an important I Each table was decorat e d incoming Dames president, and Council Award. She has been on ; Mrs. Robert B o lies, -
I It's no secret she plans to speech, a baccalaureate address I with pap e r mache containers :Dean Evelyn Sellers, assists n t the Dean's ListA decorating; Mrs. Edwin C. Kirkland Mr. 4'/2 %

start downright campaigning to Radcliffe College next filled with roses and tied by pastel dean of women. member of Delta Delta Del- grounds, Mrs. George T. 4'/2 %

t before long. But not now, month. streamers to green table Awards Given ta Sorority of which she has Edds, reservations. Sex DividendsAre

Lady Bird says only wait un- First Ladies in recent years trees. Multi colored birds Highlight -of the afternoonwas served as president, she also Special committees, Mrs. W.
til Johnson gets nominated. haven't had speech writers of perched on the branches of t he the presentation of the. was Panhellenic representative.Miss 2. Stone, Achievment Award; "FingerLicking"
I Every day, the petite, dark- their own and Lady Bird has trees. Edith Bristol Tigert and the I Chipley has worked at Mrs. Harry C. Merritt Jr., Good.
haired Mrs. Johnson is growing become "a brain-picker," ask- The niche! arranged as a Nell Critzer Miller Achievement I the J. Hillis Miller Health Cen- Emergency Revoling Loan ""-
in her role, finding more assur- ing for suggestions from expertsand country garden with a white Awards.In ter under a grant from the Fund= ; Mrs. R. Carl Stou fer, ( SAVE
ance as a speaker planning to counting on her press secretary -picket fence at either end, was the absence of Mrs. Tigert, National Cattle Foundation. For Ways and Means; Mrs. Roy Lei. REGULARLYAT
say more in support of her hus- Elizabeth Carpenter, a blooming with gladioli, snapdragons Mrs. Harry M. Philpott presented three summers she has done independent lick, Newsletter; Mrs. T. N. THE
band's declarations against poverty veteran newspaper-woman, for shaggy chrysanthemums the Tigert Award to Miss research in genetics Wells, Yearbook; Mrs. John V.
and prejudice. help. and Easter lilies. Gayle M. Bauer, daughter of under a National Sciences Foun- D. Saunders, Representative to GAINESVILLEMUTUAL
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"Mrs. Johnson is a great one Three arrangements of gladioli Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bauer dation Grant Council of International Friendship -
Watching the 51-year-old First to weigh every word," says i and roses formed the floral Jr. of Sarasota. Mrs. George B. Butler
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Lady in action, Mrs. Arthur J. "Liz" Carpenter, "and she does decorations for the head table. Mrs. J. Hillis Miller presented The new officers were Installed Advisor to University D a m es BUILDING &
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'Goldberg, wife of the Supreme not want to say anything that Following the i n v ocation by the Miller award to Miss Anne by Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, honorary LOANGainesville
'Court justice, commented that isn't her own belief." Mrs. F. W. Kokomoor, guests at Chipley, daughter of Mr. and club president They are:, Don't Neglect Slipping
"Mrs. Johnson has been sucha tfrs. Edmund L. Chipley -of
shot In the arm to women in In one of his povertyareatalks Gainesville.The Mrs. John F. Baxter, presi FALSE TEETH .

their.middle years by being so the President jestingly CalendarOf I two awards are made on dent; Mrs. Maurice R. Ahrens, Do raise teeth drop.slip or wobble
noted that his Mrs. Ben when you talk, eat,lAUlh or mad
active and attractive. own wife is "un- 'the basis of character, scholar first vice president; Don" be annoYed and embarraaae MutualBUILDING
She is proving, says Mrs. employed," but then added thatshe's ship and.leadership in honor of Barger, second vice president; b7 such handicap; PASTEETH.to an
alkaline
(non-acid powder eprtn-
Goldberg, that women don'tbave far from out of a job. EventsTODAY the wives of the two past Uni- Mrs. Harry Prystowsky, third kle on your plates keep rate teeth LOAN ASSOCIATION
to go on the shelf, but He told a news conferenceshe versity of Florida presidents.Miss vice president; Mrs: John W. tng more of firmly security aet.Olrw and added confident- and
can "keep being forward was forced to give up her Bauer, a Spanish major, Sites, recording secretary; Mrs.: No gummy gooey pasty taaf comfort.j ,,217 ,N..E. Ist.STjlEET ,FR 6-6771 or. FR 6-2415
looking and inquiring." longtime job of operating KTBC, May 19 is a member of Mortar Board Lucius B. Gravely, 'corresponding ing.counters Get FASTEETH eTerywben.todaf

In the first tragic days in the the Austin, Tex., radio and tel Delta Delta Delta Alumnae and a recipient of a special secretary; Mrs. L. G. Gram-,
White House after President evision station she is credited ling, treasurer; Mrs. Robert B.
Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. E. A. Mof- recognition award from the
John F. Kennedy's assassination with building into a million- fett 906 NW 40th Terrace. Panhellenic Council, which she Myers, publicity; Mrs. WilliardE.
'Mrs; Johnson said she felt dollar enterprse. It has been Alachua General has served as president and Stone, historian; Mrs. Dex
role "must emerge in placed in the hands of trustees Hospital parliamentarian ;
her own Board of Trustees 4 vice president. She has beenon ter Delony, 8
while the Johnsons in the p.m.,
deeds, not words"She are Conference Room. the Dean's List each tri Mrs. R. D. Coddington, Newcomer PROKOf7EV CLASSICAL SYMPHONT.i .
-.. has since been referred White House.A mester and received the Presi chairman; Mrs. W. C. i BUM fOR THREE ORANGES SUITE ) '
,to:,as, **vice president to the spokesman for the First Business and Profession f ""uElTtNANTKUE SUITE .
sident" Lady ,said _she used to drawa Women's Club, Installation PHilADELPHIA ORCHESTRA t .
. Pre-She"does= ,just about everything : salary in five figures as and Awards Night, 7 p.m., FEATURE EUGENE ORMANOr

from holding Johnson's chairman' of the board of KTBC. University Inn. RESTAURANT 1 .
Texas hat while he speaks, to.Now, she's finding there are no Alachua County Republican WEDNESDAY II.
watching the clock for him. public funds for a wife anxiousto Women's Club meeting,
do a ,job in the White House. Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria. SOUTHERNFRIED
-"Almbsl'from the start, Mrs. MORE Program Panel, 8
Johnson has been compared to1oJrs. When Lady Bird makes her pjn., Commissioner Room, ML 59451Ms e545'/MQ 616t
Roosevelt who traveled frequent speech-making trips, Fourth Floor, Courthouse.P. CHICKEN '
and was-deeply interest- for appearances at universities K. Yonge PTA Executive 1 .
:- widely edin social and economic probAf.a the Huntsville, Ala. space Board Meeting, 7 p.m., Faculty SEIYIP WITH 1 VEGITAILIS. HOT ROLLS AND lUTTEtt
center, the YWCA and the Lounge, PTA General Meet-
:=I Ins.,,. ) enua
-- of the Cleveland housing project for ing, 8 p.m., auditorium. ALL YOU ror+rnumtuasnHUdDH1R
recent luncheon 11 OPCL'39TA1/N HiH OaMaKOT
:=-Eleanor: : ,Roosevelt Memorial the elderly, she pays her own Gainesville Rose Society, 8 .- _iiiML

I Foundation in New York, Mrs. way. p. m., Community Room,
When she invites wives of Guaranty Federal Savings and CAN itUSED .
_.Johnson found herself given the I
Congress members to go along,,I Loan Association.
to "carry
Stevenson
mission by White House staffers report Recital by students of Mrs. I
the imperishable workof STORES I
forward LIGGETT DRUG
Roosevelt." some embarrassment the guestsare John Carey McCraw, 7:30
Far Eleanor from seeking such an in- advised to expect to foot p.m., Bethany Room of the GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
their own_ .. bill. First Methodist Church.
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on her own. First Lutheran Church La- Headboard box springs and ---i. : ,.
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She started the personal inspection dies Guild, 5-pc.like new 95 innerspring mattress I Ivory pointed with WashStand 00 ___
tours of poverty areas: 7:30 p.m., Rachel Circle (with leaf) .. 37 .Double size. OrtOO drawers . .. *5
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Poppy Sale I Students to Take Part : Teacher Layoff the Vancouver school district i perintendent 2 of' the school dis'
are being dismissed
because voters
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:Candidates GiveContribution VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) -: in the area defeated a $1.3-i I
Nets 607 nothing to do with the teachers'
In UF Science Program A packed hearing was told Mon million levy proposal twice.
; day'night that 75 teachers from I Robert Simpson, assistant su qualifications.
: Net proceeds from the Amer- I

TallyTALLAHASSEE ican Legion Auxiliary Poppy Two Gainesville students and! of Dr. and Mrs. Guy C. Omer t
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Sale Saturday totaled $607.62, one from Cross City have been Jr., 1080 SW 11th Ter. j

Mrs. Lorin, Greene, chairmanfor chosen to participate in the Na- From Cross City Calhoun W>' Vote May 26

(AP) Mayor In the Republican party; Rep. the safe announced today. tional Science Foundation Sum- Hendrix Jr. of Dixie County! ,

Haydon Burns of Jacksonville Charles Holley of Pinellas Coun- The proceeds go to help disabled -mer Research Program at the High School, son of Mr. and 1

reported Monday ,he. collected ty reported receiving $1,229 last war veterans and their University of Florida this Mrs. Calhoun W. Hendrix Sr., ARTHURW.

$140,427 in governor campaign week for a total of $12,490. He children. summer. Twenty six outstanding high

contributions last week for a said be spent $12,283.In The Gainesville youths, b o th school students were selected
"Our out to
grand total, so far, of,566935. the U.S. Senate race; Sen. volunteer,appreciation worker goes who from P. K. Yonge Laboratory altogether. They were chosen on THOMPSONtiFOR
cooperated
Mayor Robert King High 'of Spessard Holland of\ Bartow, every to make Poppy Daya -School, are Robert B. MarcusJr. the basis of their scientific abil- YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Miami, his opponent in the May D-Fla., reported receiving $14- Mrs. Greene said. ., son of Dr, and Mrs. RobertB. ities and high academic = rWr

26 Democratic secondary pri- 331 for a total of $332,307. He success Marcus Sr. of 4821 NW 20th achievements. Thompson has demonstrated in his i business and "

mary, said he collected $27,802for said lie spent $262,737 Place and Guy C. Omer III, son They will work in laboratorieswith his public service that he can get things done and '
a grand total of $126,179. Republican Senate candidate Shows Slides scientists
actively engaged
:'Burns reported spending $484- Claude Kirk of Jacksonville re- Shorted Out- in research projects and attend/ that he can get along with people.

755 so far, and High.$118,855. ported no collections for a total On Pakistan lectures, demonstrations and Thompson has the ABILITY and ENERGY to serve ,
of $15,113. He said he spent J13,- field Alachua with honest r
County efficient
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. AP) trips. an and bus-

436.MaJor contributions by candidate: Dr. Joe Leps, University of Julian Salazar, 29, suffered This will mark the sixth year iness-like administration.

BaptistsPonder $1,000 Robert BURNS W. Taliaferro, WU-_ Florida education professor, :small burns on each of his big the University of Florida has (Pd. Advol
Ham C. Pierce, Robert C. Wooten showed a series of slides takenin toes Monday when he made accidental sponsored the eight week NSF
and W. C. Touchton Jr. of Tampa;
.,. W. H. Wilson of T8"' "**; Meyer Pakistan at yesterday's Exchange -I contact with a 138,000- program.
Heller and Rudolph Mattson of Fort .
Pierce; Club meeting. volt power line. The mishap
William S. Crawford of Fort Lauderdale ;knocked out electrical power in
; Edward H. Levin. Mrs. EdwardH.
Race Issue Levin Edward H. Fleming andJ. Dr. Leps was an educational ,a large section of San Antonio
THE DEPENDABLES SUCCESS CARS OF''G4
S. Headley of Miami; :
Norman Dignam and Alexis B. Kono- advisor to the East Pakist a n j for 20 minutes.
noff of Coral Gables; Frank M. Harris from 1960 until 1962. I'
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) Df: St. Petersburg; C. V. Griffin Sr.. government Salazar told investigators be'

-The nation's Baptists focused :C. on the racial issue today as they Hills universities and Service Board substation when
Joe' L. Morroir! of New Orleans; W. velop five new :
began meetings which will culminate -G. Jewett of Jacksonville; GeorgeLanleu was a counselor for several ed- steel reinforcement rod he II IIil
I of Panama City; J. D. OdomJr.
in a joint celebration of of Live Oak Hubert G. Mehaffey ucational, projects. ]held touched the power line. a .aar
the 150th anniversary of Baptist of Jacksonville;
Mrs. Wesley Fink of Ormond Beach;
work in America. Mrs. Walter A. Shelley. Mrs. Thomas rf .
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Joehler, Mrs. Melvin Orfinger Mrs. \\\ 11
Northern and Southern Baptists Irving Sacks, and Mrs.. Leonard Sacksof /' I :i

are meeting separately. William Daytona E.Beach' Loucks; of Ormond Beach; r ::: ; F1
About 40,000 Baptists. are expected -'Miss Grace Ecclestone of Holly Hill; iJ ;.
Mary H. Shands of Jacksonville; Ii
for activities this week, Albert Golden. Harry C. Teague. O. s I
A. Brown and James E. Ward of Mil-
including joint meetings of seven : .... '111 ; ..
lon; and Kenneth Curtis of Lake Wales. ..::::: 70,1" 1'r .
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U.S. Baptist HIGH ,/ .
groups. $1,000 Hamilton C. Forman of Fort :- t'i'/
The American- Northern Lauderdale. $500 -,John G. Sample and 1J .._ ,..
( ) I Helen S. Sample of Naples. $300 ..' .. .
Convention which has Schwarz and Cohen of Miami. L ) f. How to be '
Baptist hit
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$250 John Dossel and Robert Waterman 'i 'q.- ,, ., _:
taken strong stands against raCial I of Tampa; Ben Novack of Miami : g;' ;J. I ,

discrimination in the past, Diane Beach; Clark Bessie, Jack Morgan Maloney Irvin and Harris,Jack : )iJj i J i1A ..

gets down to work today. of Freedman Miami Beach of Miami; C. ;N.Leonard-Shelton of L. Miami Abess 'i

The will be addressed Springs; Bernard Clark of Coconut I., .. '" .
group \ '> -
I Grove; and Ruth Stuzln. James R. \, : ,
tonight and Wednesday by two i Brumby and Robert Buggelin of Coral lJiB' 9! 3t o a V1

leaders in the civil rights move- Gables. : \ i}

ment, the Rev. Dr. Ralph Aber- Lineage of the common cat .- $ ,
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nathy and the Rev. Dr. Martin can be traced to ancient Egypt. ::

Luther King Jr., both of At Cats spread to Europe about

lanta. 700 600 B.C., perhaps in the F"ijj"z '
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The racial issue likely will hit ships of Phoenician traders, : rL i"
the Southern Baptist Convention and mated with the European C..s.VS--.v ?. 1'7
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floor Thursday when the Christian wildcat. The new breed flour- In Floridaafter t4s1 _

Life Commission makes its ished and became domesti "J?

report. There have been indica- cated.

tions that an effort will be made swim beer is natural
to get endorsement for a strong a a with the missesThe

Southern stand against segrega- **J\Io\ wonder

tion.Harold Louis Seafare shrimp On a hot summer day,a dip In a cool stream can be wonderfully

E. Stassen, president tastes so tjood-they refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwardswith
answer,obviously ,is to become
of the American Con friends is a glass of beer.There's enough a 1964 they appear.And how many other compacts can
Baptist hearty another bev-
hardly
cook it like Dart owner. For this
just young-at-heart beauty is winname that offer a choice of standard or bucket
vention, called Monday night they do their chicken!** erage around that suits what you do for fun as much as beer. some-and then some. carpeting,and engines ranging from an Economy ytAJ'iJ rJj.iJ tl t
for a middle-of-the-road policyon Camping,hiking,or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to Take 1964 Dart styling for instance. Handsome winning Six,to a sizzling, new 273 ea. in.VS.
civil rights."Segregation. Call them: FR 2-6311 each just the right touch of extra good living. dashing,suave,and far from stuffed shirt Here's a car So,if you want to be a hit with the misses,see your

or discrimination 309 North West 13th St. Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that anyone could love for looks alone. Inside, leather- Dodge Dealer. But hurry,there are bound to be many
grained vinyls are every bit as soft and supple as other fellas with the same idea. DODGE DIVISION CHRYSLER
the basis of color we live in a land of
on race or : personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy V JddDaSCOfiFQBAIJONBOOLEGABLE !

is clearly wrong; on the other: ill, brll beer and ale, if we so desire,is just one,but an important one, of
hand the forceful insistence upon ; those personal freedoms.
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complete individually fulfillment interpreted of rights is not as In Florida...beer goes with fun with relaxationUNITED '1' .", ",_ ...,' .. MOTORS .

sustained by,our religious prin- 41.1p @ STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION,INC. .. 119 S.E. 1st Avenue Gainesville, FloridaSEE
ciples as I see .it," 'said Stas t a BOX zn WDOCK rVUUC.FLORIDA
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t.:' ; I The ladies of Houston got 186 I

( 7\T runs for Ken Johnson. itiI1'i s

1,0. 6 t The Colts got nary a one.

Philadelphia's Jim Bunning .

a. proved most_ ungentlemanly to

i DI f W-M.i.* U tt, i },-, '" o?<' i- /II the ladies and the Colts Monday

In the spring a football fan's fancy lightly turns to FLORIDA TRIO HONORED ON ALL-DIVISION TEAM night, ruining a "Runs for John

thoughts of L-R Dave Porter, ,Tommy SShannon, Bill Blomgren son" promotion by allowing

Houston only one hit in a 4-0 vic
If the football fan is of a Gator variety, the thoughts gen- tory that sent the Phillies back
: Gator Nine Places Four
erally, ,and in no particularJ order, lean toward season tickets into first place in the National Tuesday, May 19, 1964

f on the 50-yard line, a Southeastern Conference championship, League.

a holiday bowl trip to New Orleans-stuff like that. The Colts staged the promotion

in an effort to produce runs
r( And every year about this time the annual spring poll of On AllEasternDivision for Johnson the no-hit no-luck -,
,
{ SEC football coaches brings a dreamer back down to earth. The Mets had been unable to field and Bill Virdon's single
knuckleballer who went into the
Florida's Gators, despite a hefty crop of what close observers game with a 3-3 record. In the score against San Francisco scored the, first run off Drys-

e feel is standout football talent, have been ranked no r BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Catchers, Harry Doles, Au-'Miss; Mickey Andrews, Ala- three losing efforts, including a pitching for 31 innings and dale in 17 innings. A single by

J better than No.6 in the 1961 race. Division champion Auburn burn and Dave Porter, Florida. bama; Gene Achord, LSU; Fred no-hitter, the Colts had managed trailed 1-0 in the eighth when' Roberto Clemente and a walk

placed seven men on the South- Pitchers, Jim Crysel Auburn, Bob Taylor singled, Rod Kanehl that filled the bases chased
Roberts Ole Miss. only two runs for Johnson
The five teams ahead of the UF, In order, are Mississippi ,
beat out an infield hit and Drysdale': With Ron Perranoski
all-eastern Steve
Conference's 7-0
eastern ; Calloway, Kentucky, I
} Catchers Buddy French Ala-
Auburn, Alabama, LSU and Mississippi State. The Gators play ; ,
division team today. 3-0 Charles Anderson Florida Gimmick Simple George Altman homered. That pitching, Gene Freese hit a sacrifice
; bama
Dennis
all five of ; Malpass, Tulane.
them, State, LSU and Ole Miss in successionand
3-0. The gimmick was simple: All provided Galen Cisco with the: fly and Donn Clendenon
later Alabama and Auburn backtoback.All Pitchers, Richard Prine, Ole
on, The Tigers lost the league ladies who arrived at the ballpark victory and tagged Bob Shaw' stroked a single to push the
Miss
6-0; Steve George, LSU
last weekin Western Stars I'
to Mississippi
crown 3 with runs in their nylons with the defeat. other runs across.
-2 Frank
a best-of-three series. Here are the western division ,State 3-0.Chambers, Mississippi -were to be admitted at a reduced The Giants used Willie Mays The Tigers defeated the Senators -

Ole Miss' western titlists took all-stars: Fred Roberts., of Ole Miss led rate., Of the 5,284 peopleon as a defensive replacement in I despite two homers and

six spots on that division's all- First base, Tommy Keyes, Ole the league in home runs with hand, 186 'were ladies with the eighth inning. Mays got to four runs batted in by Don Lock.

star team, announced by SEC Miss; second base, Billy Sum- six. mashed mesh.' bat only once, flied out and had I Gates Brown and Norm Cash

commissioner Bernie Moore. rail, Ole Miss; shortstop, Donnie The result also was simple: his average trimmed another each collected three RBI for

A 1 / Among the eastern stars Kessinger, Ole Miss; third base, Florida ,gets back in action Not only were the Colts unableto four points to .407. Ii Detroit. Brown doubled home

r 5t chosen by the baseball coacheswas Harry Morel, LSU; utility, Wayne against Jacksonville Universityin get'a run, they had difficulty Trailing 2-0, the Pirates the tying runs in the ninth before

Auburn shortstop Otis Bibb, Meadows, Mississippi State. Gainesville tomorrow at 3 getting men on base. Only two struck for three runs in the Cash doubled home the

t who led the conference in hits Outfielders, Glenn Lusk, Ole pm. reached first, Nellie Fox,when sixth. A double by Dick Scho- clincher.

of which probably explains why the Orange and Blue with 27 and shared the triples he was hit by a pitch in the

has been relegated to a spot just below halfway. Remember, title with teammate Jimmy Bar- first inning=and Jim Wynn, who

the Dixie Dozen is now the Erudite Eleven now that Georgia field with 4. 'Canes Brush-Up I lashed ground single over i l e 3 I IPITTSBURGH

Tech has left the fold.Four 21 RBI third inning.base leading off the fifth ew

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in Roiv for StateIf Bibb and Bill Hlomgren of Otherwise Bunning was un- NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES
Florida led the league in runs abrhbi abrhbiD abrhbl abrhbl
touchable bringing his record
For TiltIFundamentals Ib 3110 Hart 3b 302 Schofield ss 2 1 2 1 W.Davis cf 5032
it Is any consolation, there is another SEC School that batted in with 21 each. Spring to 5-1 with his second shutout Kanehl 2b-cf 5110 bSnider 1 000 Virdon cf 5131 Gilliam 2b 3010
Clemente 3 0 Davis 4000
I Altman If 4133 M-Alou cMf 4000 rf 5 1 If
has to play the "murderer's row" of thetop: four ranked team Here are the eastern division while Manager Gene Mauch' Steph'son If 0 0 0 0 J.Alou rf 400 0 Burgess c 4000 Fairly Ib 3010
Freese :3021 Howard rf 4000
and in tougher settings than the Gators. That would be Mississippi watched from the stands. Gonder c 4110 M'C'ey 1Mb 300 3b
all-stars: occupied Oir'f pher cf 3 0 21 Cepeda Ib 3 01 0 Bailey If 3010 Roseboro C 4010
' State which has that month long journey through Mauch had been fined $150 and] Hunt 2b 0000 Shaw p 000 0 Mota If 0 0 0 Werhas 3b 4 0 0 0Clenden'n
School football Hickman rf 4 0 0 0 Pierce p 000 0 Ib 4 0 1 1 Trace'skl ss 2 2 0 0
Altbama, Auburn, LSU and Ole Miss to close out its cam First base, Tom Shannon, < suspended for two days follow C.Smith 3b 4000 Perry p 000 0 Mazer'skl 2b 4 1 0 OaWills 1000
Florida second base as the McMillan ss 4000 Haller c 3111 Blass p :3000 Drysdale p 1 0 0Perran'skl
Jimmy run-in with Lee
paign.Of ; ing a umpire I Cisco p 2000 Hiller 2b 3110 p 1 0 0 0
for the
Martin, Auburn; third base, up an- Weyer in Sunday night's game. aTaylor 1010 Pagan ss 300 0 bMoon 1010
Totals 33 412 4 Totals' 33 212
the first half-dozen teams No. 1 ranked Ole Miss White Bearnarth p 1 0 0 0 Duffalo p 100
plays Jimmy Barfield, Auburn; short- r game Bolin p 0000 a-Grounded out for Tracewskl In 9th;
f only Florida and Mississippi State. No. 2 Auburn faces three, stop, Otis Bibb, Auburn; utility, : t at Citizens' Through TonightMauch's Mays cf 1000 b-Singled for Perranoskl In 9th.
Totals :35 4 > 4 Totals 20 2 5 2 Pittsburgh ...... ......... 000 003 001-4
the Gators, Mississippi State and Alabama. The Crimson Jim Monin, Kentucky. suspension will last a-Singled for Cisco in 8th. b-Flied out Los Angeles .." ,.. .. .... 001 010 000-2
Tide No. 3 takes four the UF State LSU through tonight's against for Hart in 9th.
on Mississippi said that game E-Schofield. Werhas. PO-A-Pittsburgh
and Auburn. LSU No.4 plays four also with Outfielders, Jack Ervin, Ten- the Giants at San Francisco.The New York ................ 000 000 040-.4 27-14 Los Angeles 2712. DPTracewskland
; starting nessee Jim Bachus, Auburn; scrimmage San Francisco ....,....,. 000 001 010 .2 Fairly, Gilliam and Fairly; Drys
the Gators and continuing through Ole Miss, Alabama and ; Giants, beaten by the New dale and Fairly; Werhas and Gilliam.
Dink Haire, Auburn; Bill Blom. backs Jimmy E-None. PO-A-New York- 27IX San LOB-Pittsburgh 9, Los Angeles 9.
Mississippi State.Fortunately Kenny Mack Dale Turlington Culpepper and Steve Tinney York Mets 4-2, are in second Francisco 279. OP-Kanehl and D. 2B-Fairly, Schofield. Drysdale, Gil
gren, Florida. 10 percentage points behind Smith; Hiller Pagan and Cepeda. LOB- liam, Blass Schofield. SF-Freese.
place -
played unusually well. New York 7; San Francisco 1. I IP H R ER 8B 50
for the UF, in most cases, opposing teams will the Phillies.In 2B-Gonder. HR-Altman, Haller. SB- Blass, W. 1-0 .. 9 1 2 1 :3 7
be facing stiff competition the week to meeting the Jerry Grier, defensive linebacker Christopher. D. Smith. -Bolin. xDrysdale L, 5-2 5 1 3 3 2 3
prior the only other' NL game IP H R ERBBSO Perranoskl .4 4 1 0 2 1
Gators who, in turn, don't have anywhere in 10 weeks to Mq7 I played1 yell as did scheduled Steve Blass won his Cisco. W. 23 ..... 7 4 1 1 0 2 x-Faced 4 men in 6th.
Bearnarth ......2 1 1 1 0 1 WP-Blass 2. PB-Roseboro. U-Pele-
sit down and relax, not counting Nov. 14, the open date. Chris Gwin and Al Simmons.The first major league start with a Duffalo ........ 3 2 0 0 0 0 koudas Williams Smith. T-2:33. A-
latter was an offensive xBolin .......... 4 3 1 1 1 1 23621.
seven-hitter as Pittsburgh end- Shaw, L. 3.2..... 131 1 1 0 0
Mississippi State takes on Texas Tech prior to the Gators. 5coRD r ti/ : t., standout along with Al Giffen. xPierce ........0 2220 0
LSU has to tangle with Rice the week ahead of the UF. ed Don Drysdale five-game Perry .......... 123 1 0 0 0 2
Richard Primo blocked well x Faced (In y-Facet. 2 me
winning streak by defeating the'Los' J man 'th. }
Ole Miss has Houston which is like.money in the bank. If* 8th. f *
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: in yesterdays drill .Nibla k 7 '
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Angeles Dodgers 42. H P ByjBolfe (0. ;by'PerryD
South Carolina goes against Big Eight-Conference champion I ...
Donatelli,
said. Quarterback Jack. .Eck- ( Smith)* O-Barjick Landes
Nebraska. Alabama must battle traditional Tennesseeat, AMERICAN LEAGUEW FLORIDA Detroit edged Washington, 7-6. Steiner,*T..2c4Q... <) t..4,860.:
I STATEELGPEG: .B. dahl, fullback Alex Druash' and in 'the only American League X j- lwsM-Gam .TfQgTTr?w
L Pet G.B.
Knoxville. Auburn has a light touch in Southern Mississippi.
=t. Lauderdale 20 10 .667 '
Chicago 15 9 .625 Lakeland 19 10 .655 Vt Giffen were leaders in a passing game scheduled. PHILADELPHIA HOUSTONab
New York 16 10 .615
Georgia faces a strenuous afternoon in North Carolina, Atlantic Cleveland 16 11 .593 % St.Daytona Petersburg Beach 17 19 11 13 :.633.567 3 1 and running drill. Bunning got the only run he Taylor 2b 401 r bbl.OLillis ss abr 400 h "I 0 Night Game

Coast Conference champion and Gator Bowl winner. Baltimore Minnesota 17 16 12 U.533.584 2 Vi Sarasota 14 11 14 .500 4 9 A scrimmage is set at 3 p.m. needed in the fourth inning Allen Callison 3b rf 5211 4120 Spangler Fox 2b If 300 300 0 DETROIT abrhW WASHINGTON abrhM

FSU has to struggle with North Carolina State. And Miami Detroit 14 15 .483 3'h Tampa Miami 10 19:3M45; : '/ today after which the squad will when Johnson was touched for Gonzalez cf 4022 Bond rf 300 Bruton cf 4220 Zimmer 3b 5120
Los Angeles 13 18 .419 SVt Covington If 41 1 Wynn cf 3010 Brown If 5223 Blas'ame 2b 4000
likely will be the most ready and waiting of any Gator Boston 12 17 .414 S'A' Orlando 7 21 .250 12Yesterdays be split for Friday's spring singles by Wes Covington, John Amaro Ib OOOOStaub Ib 300 Sherry p 0000 Hinton If 5011
Washington 14 20 .412 6 Her'st'n Ib 401 OAspro'nte 3b 3 0 0 0 Kalme rf S 0 0 0 King rf 5110
foe. The 'Canes, a month ahead of the UF, have such opposition Kansas City 11 11;tJ17 eVi Daytona Beach 12, Orlando Results 2 windup clash. Herrnstein and Bobby Wine. Dalrymple c 4 0 0 0 Grote c 3000 Cash Ib 5133 Skowron Ib 4210
as Detroit, Tulane, Boston College and Vanderbilt. Yesterday's Result St. Petersburg 4, Sarasota 3 The Phillies added two runs in Wine ss 4011 Johnson p 200 0 Lumpe 2b 5000 Lock Cf 4224
Detroit 7, Washington 4 Lakeland 3, Tampa 2 11 innings Bunning p 400 Jones p 000 0 McAuliffe ss 4 0 0 0 Brumley c 5021
Only game scheduled Fort Lauderdale 2, Miami l, 10 InningsTodays ,the fifth when Richie Allen dou- aWhite 1000 Freehan c 4121 Kennedy ss 3010
The Pivotal PointIn Todays Wines Games Totals 3744 Totals 38 0 1 0 Wert 3b :3000 Hannan p 2010
Minnesota Pascual 4-2 at New York Daytona Beach at Fort Lauderdale Yogi Berra was the youngest bled, John Callison singled and a-Flied out for Jones In 9th. Lary P 1 00 ORldzik p 1000

Los Bouton Angeles 3-2;Belinsky night 1-2 at Boston Mon- Orlando at MiamiTampa catcher ever voted the most Tony Gonzalez doubled. Gon- Philadelphia ............. ooo no 100 4 bDemeter Regan p 1 1110 0 0 0 aBalentine Kline p 0000 1000
the SEC race, the Gators figure to be the pivotal point bouquette 15. night Lakeland at at Sarasota St Petersburg valuable award. He zalez doubled in another run in Houston ................. ooo ooo ooo-oE Thomas If 0000
player was
Drakowsky 1-4 at Baltimore Totals 38 710 7 Totals
Kansas City 39 4 11 <
for virtually every top-rated team in the conference. The Roberts 1.2. night Toronto INTERNATIONAL,-.. Richmond 0-0 LEAGUE 1st 10 26 when he won the American the seventh after Allen singled. -Llllis. PO-A Philadelphia 27-4, -Hit Into double play for Ridzik In
Wickersham 4-3 at Washington game Houston 277. LOB-Philadelphia 8, Houston -7th b-Doubled for Regan in 9th.
Detroit ;
UF-State game is the first conference clash for both teams.LSU's Innings struck nine and
Narum 3-1. night Atlanta 3, Jacksonville 1 League version of the award in Johnson out 2. Detroit ...... .........,.. :300 001 003-7
first SEC test is against the ,Gators. Ole Miss' initial Cleveland Siebert 1-0 at Chicago Peters 2B-Allen. Gonzalez 2. .. ... .
3-2 night Only games scheduled 1951. He also won the honorin allowed nine hits before being IP H R ER BB 50 Washington .. ,.. 113 000 100-4
SEC challenge also should come against Florida. Ditto Ala- Tomorrow's Gamts 1954 and 1955. replaced in the eighth inning. Bunning W. 5-1 ... 9 1 0 0 0 4 E-Wert, McAuliffe, Zimmer. PO A_
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Johnson L, :3-4 7
3 3 0 9
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Detroit at Washington N Detroit 2712 Washington 21.13. DP-
bama. The for Auburn. .....
same ... .
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Kansas City at Baltimore, N Jones 2 0 0 0 1 0 Lume. McAuliffe and Cash. LOB-De-
Minnesota at New York HBP-By Johnson (Taylor). Bunning trait 7, Washington 10.
Going from all this, it can be seen hurriedly that the challenge Los Angeles at Boston N [Fox). PB-Grote. U-Conlan, Harvey, 28-Brown, 2, Hinton Zimmer, Demeter -
Only games scheduled GUTIERREZ OPTIlIISTIC'PY Venzon Weyer. T-1.44. A-5.284. Cash. HR-Cash, Lock, 2, Free
to the Gators is foremcst. When they rate all the con- ban. SB-BlaslngameIP.

ference schedules for rigorous in 1964 it's Coach NATIONAL LEAGUE .. ,.. H R ER BB SO
opposition, W L Pet. GB.Phlla'phll Lary ,.. 1135 2 2 0 1
Grates' 10 .643 Regan W, 3-3 ... 62-3 6 4 3 3 2
that will II
Ray squad hate to face the moment of
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San Fran. 19 11 .633 Game Sherry 1 0 0 0 0 3
truth more often than any ether. St. Louis 19 13 .594 1 Spring SaturdayP. Hannan ......" 5 2.36 4 4 :3 2
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17 U.548 2'Aj Hannan 5234 4 4 3 2
The Gators won't be able to bluff their way through the Cincinnati Pittsburgh 16 14.533 3 Ridzik '........ 1131: 0 0 0 1
coming football season. They'll have to have the Milwaukee 16 15 .516 344 Kline, L, 3-1 ,.. ,. 2 3 3 1 0 0
every week.lounger. right answers Los Houston Angeles 14 U 20 19 .424.412 7 6'iJ K. Yonge will wrap up starters off last year's fine club j,lone returnee. Steve Twedell, LEAGUEt U-Salarno HBP-By, Regan Valentine(Skowron McKInley). WP-Kline.Soar.

Chicago 11 16 .407 61\ spring football practice Saturday -They are fullback Tom Hansen, 220; and V. G. Hodsdon, 189, T-2:56. A4,200.Ron .
10 22 .313 10
New York Yesterday's Results night with ,the annual Blue jalfback Steve Tuttle and ,quarterback both lettermen. from last year, LEADERS/

New York 4, San Francisco 2 and White Mac Johnson. will man the guard spots. Twe- Bull Signs
at Citizens'Field
game
Philadelphia 4. Houston 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE
Men Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 2 starting at 8 I dell, son of a former AllAmerica -
Only scheduled p.m. "One of Best" Batting 60 at bats 0- Otiva, Minnesota
games
Todays Games gridder at Iowa, has looked .398 Fregosi Los Angeles, .385. For 3rd Season
Pittsburgh Friend 3-2 at Houston Bruce Coach Mike Gutierrez has had Gutierrez said, :"J 0 h n son good in practice, Gutierrez said. Runs -Olive and, Rollins Minnesota
27; Allison Minnesota 25.
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.Chicago 4-1 night Ellsworth 2-4 at St. Louis Bro- the Wave gridders working should be one of the best, quarterbacks -"He is getting meaner by the Runs batted In Wagner* Cleveland,
I 27; Cash, Detroit 26. CHICAGO (AP) Halfback
gllo 2.2. nightPhiladelphia had. PKY
Go FartherHOUSTON MahaHey 2.2 at San Fran- since May 11 and has been we ever day." Hits Oliva Minnesota 53; Bressoud, Ron Bull has signed for his third
cisco Sanford 33. night I for has had such standouts as Doug Boston. 43Doubles'.
seeking replacements 11 let-
New York Stallard 2-4 at Los Angeles ;' Bressoud, Boston, and Mat season with the Chicago Bears,
Ortega 22. night termen lost by graduation. Dickey, now Tennessee head Tackle'BackKevin hews, Kansas City, 9, .
Milwaukee Spahn 2.3 ct Cincinnati Ellis Triples Green, Kansas City; Oliva the National Football League
: Is the
(AP) Gene who was arguing with Weyer 2-0. night i "We still have enough boys coach; and Bernie1 .Parrish, Fitzpatricl, 190, and Versa lies. Minnesota, and Hinton. champions announced
today.In .
Tomorrow's Games Washington 4.
Browns' defensivestar lone tackle returning. Other line
Mauch the of Cleveland
peppery manager over a ball and strike decision. Pittsburgh at Houston. N with desire to be a winner," Home runs Colavito, Kansas City,
the Philadelphia Phillies, speaks Both Chicago at St. Louis N as signal-callers in the 'candidates are Lee Chotas, Ken-I and Allison, Minnesota 10. two with the
Dalrymple and Mauch Philadelphia at San Francisco Gutierrez said. The offensive Stolen bases Aparicio, Baltimore, 14; seasons Bears,
from experience e when he says were thrown out by Weyer. New York at Los Angeles N I backfield returns three of fourBoys9 past. 'I ny O'Steen.Whit.. ., Springfieldand Wagner., and Hinton Cleveland, Washington; -FregosV .Los Angeles the former Baylor star has totaled -
Milwaukee at Cincinnati N
the older umpires "will go a lit-- Jerry Snyder and Danny Tru- Ben Campen. Covey John- Pitching Pizarro. Chicago,,4-0,4.900. 1,570 yards-767 rushing,

tle farther down the line with jillo are expected to battle for ston will play an end post. and Bunker Kr,ne Baltimore, Washington; Kralick, '3-0,' 1000.Cleveland 463 on passr eceptions and 340

you." f # ry3F Me the other backfield spot. Snyder Gutierrez has been working Strikeouts Kansas City- Ralatz 45.NATIONAL. Boston. and Pena on kickoff returns.

Mauch currently Is sitting out also is working at quarterback.The with a typical small PKY <

the third suspension of his ca- Wave lost six of seven squad, 24 players, this spring.He Batting. 60 at bats -Mays LEAGUE, San Francisco..401 Club Sets

reer following a run-in with one starters on the offensive line. is being assisted by Bill ; Clemente. Pittsburgh, and QB

of the younger men in blue, Lee End Danny Dennison is the McGill and Garth YarnalL Williams Runs -Chicago Mays, San.38)Francisco; Cle-
mente. Pittsburgh, 26. '
Weyer. Runs batted in Mays San Francisco Spring PartyThe
Mauch talked about his latest 35; Stargell Pittsburgh 26.
Hits Clemente Pittsburgh, 51; Mays
suspension as he watched froma Britains Top .Alf.Ct>niers San Francisco- 46. annual Gainesville Quarterback .
Doubles Clemente Pittsburgh, 12;
seat in the reserved section 1 Mays, Milwaukee and Hunt, New York, Club spring party is set

Monday night as the Phillies "Triples Santo. Chicago, 4; Banks at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the lake
beat the Houston Colts 4-0 and In Latest Cricket MatchThe Chicago; Allen, Philadelphia; Clemente.
7 L a-L 4tiS$1' Pittsburgh, and Boyer, St. Louis 3. home of Wilbur Bishop.
regained first place in the Na ,
a > ,4's Home runs Mays San Francisco

tional League. British Isles team down- established a new high for the lA Stolen; Howard bases, Los- Wills Angeles.Los 12.Angeles 11; The affair Is for members only

League President Warren t tc ed the All-Comers 91-67 in the season. He and Akbar,realized Harper Pitching, Cincinnati MarlchaJ.. San Francisco QB Club prexy Nebbie An-
Giles fined Mauch $150 and suspended .
k 26 runs. 6-0 1 000 Gibson St. Louis 3-0 1 000
him for two days for the latest cricket match at the Strikeouts, Maloney, Cincinnati 52; I:ferson said. All members are
Los Angeles.and
rysdale Bunning
picturesque language he alleg- University of Florida's Flem- Another match Is set for 2 hiladelphia 47. 1 urged: to attend.

edly used in an argument with N ing Field. p.m. Saturday

Weyer in Sunday night's game."Impetuous" .
: V r The winners batted first with
N leadoff man Leo Collins scoring Golfers Tune

:"I have nothing against Weyer ",t i 16_ off bowler Vince Morton. REPUBLICANSIYou !

," Mauch said. "But the old 5 1 v : John King, 13, and Cedric Stratton -In Pram

er umpires know what we've r ,., 20, put on 35 for the fourth
a is ,
been through on the Phillies. t r wicket, highest partnership : of OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. are invited to hear

!I They know we are a young the match. Siraj) Akbar finished (AP-A pro-am tuneup today I

II I team and we've had to fight to three'
get some place, and they under- ells relieved Morton and gave Home Pro Golf Tournament at:

stand it"when we're -a little im- 1111 up 13 off two overs before he Gull Hills Country Club. I Eighth i Congressional District <

petuous. broke through to take five wick-
-S Fifty-four: holes of medal play I
Mauch who watched Jim
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ets while 'cone'dinonly four will Speaking For
follow the
Bunning pitch a one-hitter in the pro-am. 1
more runs. The British> Isles
windup of a four-game series, Club Hockey Champs team score dropped from 72 for Only professionals who have liThe Rowley Unpledged Slate"

said he also had been suspended three to 91 all out. not competed in more than i

.in Milwaukee in 1961 and San Shown above are youths who played with various hockey champion teams three PGA-sponsored: tournaments

Francisco in 1962. this year at the Boys' Club. Front row, from left, are Jeff :McChristian, Don TbeAllComers never recov- in the last,12 months are 8:00 P.M. TUESDAYMay

Mauch was ejected Sunday Smith, Johnny Gacek and Derek Magee. Back row, from left, are Ray Heller, ered from the early setback of eligible for the' toumament-

night after: he came to the aid Phillip Whittington, David Free eek, Brian McChristian, Allan Lowe and losing two wickets for two, both which is designed especially 19th, Room 401, County Court House

of his catcher, Clay Dalryxnple, Steven Hanks *> to Collins. Morton, tJ not out club pos I




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NORMAN ROWLAND j by three strokes going Into the added a 69 Sunday and had another his winnings for the year to charged home with two closing

2. .OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) final round of the $40,000 Oklahoma '69 on the first 18 holes of $44,298. birdies.

"When did you know you had it City Open Monday, then Monday's 36-hole windup. Hebert finished with a par 72i

: > hysx z. won Arnie?" someone asked put together one of his typically -: It was his first tourney victory Blew Lead for 279 and $3,500; secondplacemoney.

: Device HRs Arnold Palmer. brazen, blistering finishes fora since he picked up his Hebert, who shared the half- .

'-.# '. "When he stepped off the two-stroke triumph. fourth Masters title at Augusta way lead with George Bayer and Verwey had 'a closing 70 for

r plane," Ernie Vossler interjected. Palmer, boldly going to his Ga., earlier this year. The $5- was( in sole control after 54 281 and third|place, his best

,. 2fo m IJnrfc Sima y. driver at every opportunity, 800 first-place money increased holes, blew his lead with bogieson PGA tour finish. McGowan, 73,

1 By ARTHUR DALEY Lry i )3. sy Actually, it wasn't that simple whipped over the 7,042-yard: the second and third holes of and Souchak, 72, tied for fourthat

,,; ,r_ for the four-times Masters Quail Creek Country Club course the final round. 282. Dave Marr had a closing
NEW YORK'- The 'musclemen on the Minnesota Twins ARNOLD PALMER champion. 'in a final-round five-under-par NCAA SetsPostGrad 68 for 283 and sixth place.
have tumbled into the that both the Yankees and I Palmer pulled even with a
blindly trap Wins Again Palmer trailed Lionel Hebert 67 for a winning 277, Including birdie on No. 3 and went aheadto Paid Advertising
the Mets are using this year to wear out all visiting teams. birdies on the last two holes.
The Twins spent today: rubber-necking at the World's Fair and stay with another birdie on
.Well""I've the sixth hole. Hebert
therefore should be in a. considerable state of exhaustion 'Pretty never
.. when they make :their seasonal debut against the'Bombers at T Underwriters been playing pretty well caught up, but he, Jack Mc-
the from tee to green," Arnie said. Gowan, South Africa's Bob Ver-
stadium tomorrow night ScholarshipKANSAS
0flTOUGHER
"The difference was in the putt- wey and Mike Souchak stayedin

But tie Twins have been using one admiral labor-saving device ing. I was rolling in some of contention until Palmer
CITY (AP) '- The
this year for conserving their energies. They have been Beat Tests'University the little ones I haven't been National Collegiate Athletic As-

hitting the ball so far.that they have been able to jog for their getting lately." sociation said today it will con-
scores instead of run" hard for them. The Clout Circus from He also got a little help from
tribute $35,000 from its football
the northland has belted 56 homers in 30 games a rate of Life Underwriters scored two City Lions at Fin- the weather. Revision income to establish a
production which would bring them the grandiose total of 302 runs in the last to The tourney start was delayedby BECAUSE OF 3-T NYLON I
inning top Rebel Gainesville Shopping I of post-graduate and
I for the full season, far beyond the Yankee record of 240. Florida Pest Control 4-3 as Midget ley; two days of rain. In one of program professional study for outstanding TOUGHER BECAUSE OF TUFSYN RUBBER!

Although virtually every reliable Minnesota witness had take League baseball play got' Center vs. Kirkpatrick & those days, Thursday, Palmer scholarathletes.The .
it the lam this discovered. Pierson at Metcalfe Dixie had 75 before .it
en on morning, two laggards were It ; shot a was
underway. was a Rebel loop
They had overslept and missed the bus. They were Harmon Johnson & Faris with North washed off the boards. When award plan, first ever NYLON All-Weather. '

Killebrew the home run king of) the majors last year with game at City Park. Central Baptist at Foster. Game the first round was finally undertaken by the NCAA, was with TUFSYN -

I 45, and his roommate accomplice,Bob Allison with 35. Neither Other games reported saw times are 5:15 p.m.Budweiser. played Saturday, he had a 72, approved by the association'sexecutive
wanted to predict how much longer this giddy pace could be Moose win from Chesnut's 18-6 committee at its San Bi*car or,malt. thU tire fit*

maintained but each is enjoying it. in a National League game at Francisco meeting April 18. them all for lea*.Smooth roll
The calls for awarding
Kirby Smith and Sudden Service W Vie plan
ins lag tread five solid bite on
Reason Obvious"The 32 one-year, $1,000 grants to out-
Oil Co.
topped Pumbers .
standing seniors of 1954-65 from turns stops and.tart&Wear
Union 6-3 in a Western gameat I longer, too.This tin will deb
BattleChestnut NCAA member colleges who; r -
main reason is obvious, said Allison cheerfully. "We Littlewood. Tonight in B ig t
have more fellows in the line- have participated in football liver more inflate than any 4

up who can hit the ball out of Today's schedule: Budweiser and Gainesville and Puppelo, Tude, and basketball The extra $3,000 comparably priced tfe/

the park." Western at Littlewood, First Wings will clash at 9 o'clock Szafran and Haynie. will pay for administrative ex- I

"Almost everyone in there National Bank: vs. UniversityCity tonight in a City League softball Sunland 110 200 0- 4 8 4 penses.
The will be derived Prices tart.1 Just
can pop the ball, said Kille- Kiwanis; National Lions encounter with the winner G'ville Gas 630 220 x-13 9 2 money
brew, "even Zorro Versall e s vs. Carlos Hope at Kirby Smith; taking over the top spot. Both Harrelson and Collins; Durden from the NCAA's share of the 14 Plus Tax '

I and"We Bernie can Allen.hit "homers all *< .F ; ;American, Baptist D.O.W. vs.! teams have 6-1 records to and Davis. football paid by the television National rights Broadcasting fees $800 RecappableTire areaWbttewalls

Plumbers U. ab r h Sudden Servo ab r h date. Co. for the 1964 season. A
"
right, said Allison. 0 ur ,n Van Winkle 300 Kelley 221 I Guy Cleveland ConstructionCo. _
# Scrafford 321 Crenshaw 100 scholarship committee will be
is the other k Headliners
problem keeping only $2.50 more
Wornick 312 Lee 301 and Schlitz will play the. appointed to handle the pro-
j from hitting them, toot ,S. Preston 300 Softer 2 21
guys e t Kattke 100 Sapp 300 opener at 7 p.m. at Field No. 1. gram. GOODYEAR NATION-WIOE "NO LIMIT" GUARANTEENo
"Has there ever been anything Summerlin 200 Beard 310 In Business League action last limit on months/No limit on miles/No limit. to roids/No' limit M
more outrageous," said Y Payne 200 Shelton 3 01 Passed By to speed/for the entire life of the tread.
I Davis 1 0 0 Wolfson 211 night, CWA beat Sunnyland ILL NEW COOOTUR AUTO TIRES ARE CUAUNTEtt aftlatt defects "la
Killebrew, "than our games Roberts 301 Simpson 100 wprkmanship and materials and aormal road hazards, except repairablepunctures.
:
Packing 7-1 Utility Department .
:Stewart 100 Adams 200 ,
with Kansas City? Sanders 100 slaughter 000W. downed Post Office 9-1 and MELBOURNE, Australia f.: If A COOOTUa TIRE FAILS UNDER THIS CUARANTEE any of more that
I The answer is a loud no. Newcombe 100 proctor 1 0 0 (AP) The feud between 80.000 Goodyear dealers In the United States and Canada will make
-
C. Newcombe 100 Hav-A-Tampa thumped Publix allowance on a new tire based) on original tread depth remaining and
These two ball clubs had 11 current "Coodyear Price*. .
Totals 25 3 4 Totals 23 4 5 Australia's Lawn Tennis Association
Plumbers Union .......... 00102 0-3 10-1( in Division I games. .
homers between them in
one Sudden Service .......... 220 02 x-4 Fulps Wins and the country's lead
three-game series and then Moose ab r h Chesnut's ab r h ing.players, including international .
Division II encounters found '"
Trimmer 01 0 J. Bianchl 31 1
overdid it with 25 in a four- star Emerson has
DALEY Dees 4 2 3 T. Bass 120 Radiator downing Smith Roy -
game series. One with a rather Ferber 5 2 2 R. Bass 300 Fulps pinned hopes for regaining the

''l epic performance. In the 11th inning Tony Oliva, the new wonder Quentero Whitney 2 311 31 Tomlinson F. Bianchi 300 322 Sinclair, 10-0( (), on a one hitter Davis Cup on a trio .of second INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Nat. Credit Girds
''i boy, smashed a home run. Up stepped Allison. He hita Martin S 3 2 Soles 200 by R. Shake; Medical Students stringers.
McGee 1 1 0 D. Wooley 100
home Jimmie HalL He hit home 000 blanked General Electric 7-0
run. Up stepped a run. Underwood 010 Sneders
Loft 000 Eagle 01 0 and Gainesville Gas Co. won I The LTAA named Bob Hewitt, i!
Killebrew. He hit home The four r uz
Up stepped a run. straight Daughtery 421 Walton 000 I John Newcombe and Anthony l
homers equalled the record.A Williamson 1 0 1 G. Wooley 1 0 0 from Sunland Training Center,
Allen 100 Jones 100 13-4. I Roche to the Cup squad Mon- \ ? CAS WELLGOODYEAR

year ago the twin outfield consisted of Killebrew, Hall McDavId ffnght 010 221 1 wheeler 100 Division I day. Emerson, Fred Stolle Ken {

and Allison with respective homer totals of 45, 33 and 35. Totals Moose .....21...It....12...Totals....... 55053 20 ( 3 CWA 213 010 0-7 12 Fletcher and Martin Mulligan, "TRY
But Oliva was such a spring training sensation that he wentto Chesnut's ..,....._........ 30021- 6 Sunnyland 000 010 0-1 4 under suspension for defying an KING
the outfield and Allison was shifted to first base. It wasn't Life Rodgers Undwrt. ab 300 r h Andrews Pest Control ab 300 r h Wilson and Harris; Morgan association ban on overseas TIRE CENTER .\

until yesterday that the 23-year-old Oliva saw his average S. Wilson 200 Rockey 200J. Bibler. I competition before last April 1, EDWARD"
below He is at Long 3 01 Lewis 322 were ignored by the selection 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489
drop .400. now .393. I
Casey 31 1 Wilson 300 Utility Dept. 330 003 0-9 10 America1 LMrpttt Sitting CigM
T. Wilson 211 Monroe 202 committee.
Weems 100 Scruggs 31 1 Post Office 000 000 1-1 2
Looked Bad"Last M. Duncan 200 Yates 300 Melton Hall and
Harrell 21 1 Garret 200 Sapp and ; ....4.................................-..........................................................................N...........1.............1'
000 300 HartwelL .
Henry Raper
week was the first time," said Allison, "when Oliva Hunt 010 Roundtree 1 01 Publix 0010000-12 : .. :
looked bad. It used to be that you wondered if he'd get threeor R.Pyescott Long 200 00 OHeara Owens 000 000. Hav-A-Tampa 220J41X-108 .. ..

four hits in a game. That's how hot he was. I'll Poole 0 01 Monroe 000. : I.f .',t !: :
Peppln 000 Frank 01 Millan, Dykes and Cook; Shore .
"
bet he's made more hits than you and I together. Franklin 000 and :
Totals 24 4 S Totals, 2* 31 Floyd :
Control .......... 1001103Life II :
"That's not difficult, said Killebrew. "The last time I Pest Underwriters ...... 01 001 2-4 Division :..
looked at the averages-I'm afraid to look at mine any more Fulps 50212-1050 .
I noticed that Tony had more hits than Willie Mays." Smith's 000 000 1 5 i :

Nine Shake and Decarlis, Richey; i :
"Oliva is a real good hitter," said Allison, "and he has a Local Mathis and Mote. .. ..
Most of all he acts if he to .. ..
strong arm. as expects get a .
Med Students 020 122 (0-7 61 .
hit time he to bat." .. ..
goes
every Drops GameNewberry GE 000 000 (0-0() 6 3 .. ..

"He's shown so few weaknesses," said KiUebrew "that we ... : ...
are surprised whenever he doesn't make one." handed Gainesvill e : ...
iiI .
"Let's see where he is in our home run derby," said Alli- Variety Store a 7-5 setback : flJ ...
son. "I have 10 and you have nine. Hall has seven and Sunday in a Central Florida : : :> ..

Oliva has seven. Don Mincher has six and he hasn't playedtoo League baseball game at New- : :

much at first because I've been there whenever I haven't berry. '* No'wonder; I: U ?b1JTJ ::
been in the outfield I like it at first." Norm Koff was the winning Louis Seafare shrimp '. I I"I R :
hurler and Kay Stephenson the I, .Yrl r .
"I didn't mind playing first myself," said Killebrew, "whenI loser. Bill Melvin and Clint :
I was put there for an entire year. But I didn't like. it the McKoy led Newberry hitting cook it just likfe\ 1. :.

year we moved from Washington to Minnesota when I shut while Jack Kenworthy and they do tfieir Ichfekenf** .. ...

tled back and forth between first and third." Richard Melton paced Gainesville. : !

309 North West!3tb St ... ...
Everyone's Problems Yankeetown won from Willis- 4. ..
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ton 10-7 in 11 innings in another 411t,' .. ..
"One thing I like about first" said Allison, permitting game played. ... ...

himself a little laugh, "is that you find out everyone's prob- Variety Store 101 001 002-5 : i
lems. All the base runners talk to you. Only the catcher getsa Newberry 000 501100-7 !
better chance at conversation-as Yogi Berra would be the i

first to admit. Ici WTESY ..

"The error you made at first," said Killebrew, "was a : : I I
freak." THE SAFESTROTARY :

"I didn't know enough to stay out of the baselines on a cut IN THE WORLDMDTDMDWffR ; :!

off play" said Allison. "So I got called for obstruction. .E: jR :

That's what happens when you're not used to it." : P .:.

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.
"Just keep clear' of the baselines," said KUlebrew the ...- 21* DELUXE ..... ...

voice of experience. .cJ3iTRANSMISSION ... ...

"We've hit more homers and scored more runs than any PROPELLED ... ...

team in baseball," said Allison sadly. "But everyone else'docs ROTARY :. L5 r ...

the same to us." : .:

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"Cheer up," said Killebrew, "this is a day off. Let's geta : ; :
taxi and go to the,fair." :fi'r'
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I Tuesday, May 19, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13

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I/ !\ MARKET Cambodia; I

BUSINESS.
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: REPORTReaders' To Hit U.S. 1

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REVIEW WI :
Asian
____ PolicyUNITED ...'. ..*. 1. r ,,
'::5 / I. Atf'

NATIONS, N.Y. : .. .

I (AP-U.S. diplomats .. *. % ,
got ready .
,;fi
I
[ RequestThe I Dollar ,for a sharp Cambodian attack '-.-- .. .

on American policy in Southeast -* Iz

Asia at a meeting of the U.N. 4f. 4 -c
( following market quotations I
re requested specifically by readers OutflowTo Security Council today. :
I of the sun financial page. The quota- STOCK LISTINGS : ;
I tlons are furnished by Sincere 4 Co., ,
I Investment Service here.) II The council was called together -
;,.- V 4: .
t ,
to consider a Cambodian

NEW YORK STOCK Polaroid -?..--,...?. .20 143 TODAY'S DOW JONES RiseBy charge that U.S. and South Vi- .,.. 11 ".5 .
EXCHANGE.AT&T PubSvEG2.60 76 : ;' .5;
etnamese forces had violated
Pure Oil 821.31 I Indust I 818.70 4
1.60 47%
: 139% SAM DAWSONAP Cambodian territory, killed .
Abbot Rayonier 1.00 38% 201.61 | Stocks I 201.73 Cambodian civilians and threat- S
Lab
2.40 39'Va Business News
Allf ed'.C m 1.80 53V..Rexall .50b 45% 141.32 I Util I 114.17 Analyst ened peace and stability in the S. .r. ." : S .- 4t .
-
Amerada Reyn Metl -. .50 39 288.97 | Rails I 288.44 : NEW YORK (APThe out- area. S ,,q -. ;Vj p
Pt 2.00 82% :7I ,
Rich Merr .__ -___ 1.00 43>4 'flow of American dollars is due # *':: .. : .. 'S.- ..
Am Elc Pow 1.16b 41 4,610 I Volume I 1,817 Diplomatic sources said the i 5.3. ;% :
R. C. A. 32% to pick up again. It barely '-
Amer Enka ._ 1.40a council would hear a speech by 1T5 ;
R C Cola 1.20 OVER THE COUNTERNEW topped the return flow from Cambodian Ambassador Voeun- ., f t f'liWl

Amer Home1.44a Roy Dutch 1.73g YORK (AP)-The following bid abroad in the first three monthsof sai Sonn and then probably A- .. r2' -/
ArperMFdy .90 22 I and asked quotations, supplied by the the year. This was the best would adjourn until the arrival c & $; cwc
San Diego Imp 11 i National Association of Securities Deal. .
showing since the
Amer Motors 14 ers. Inc.. do not represent actual transactions third quarter of a delegation from South VietNam .
Armco Stl 3.00 Searle Gd .--?--?--.. .90 62%I but are the NASD's estimate of 1957 when the Suez Canal crisis 1Teaching $
----- of the range within which these securIties to take part in the debate.
Alch Topka 1.20a :ro% Sears Roe ?-...??. 111% bought could(asked have): been sold (bid) or, gave boost.U.S. exports a big temporary South Viet Nam is not a U.N. the Indians How

f Bauch Lomb 1.20 Singer 2.00 Bid Ask member. Its observer missionat

Baxter Lab .36 22% Smith Kin -.. .. 1.20a 60% Alico Land 7%.% In the
? ? April unfavorable U.N. headquarters said it did
gap Aubrey E. Dunscombe of Gainesville, who has been working with the
Beckman In Amer Heritage 20% % Agenc
Sou Cal Ed ?-??-....., 1.05 32% between incoming dollars and not know when the delegationfrom for International
in India
for
Beech Lf S 1.10 : Anheuser Bush 22%-% Development the past two years, examines rose
St Oil Cal 2.00 outgoing ones widened again. Saigon would arrive. .
Bristol My .80 65; 62% Cowles Mg & Pb. .. .. 12-13% saplings as Indian agricultural experts and a farmer look on.
Brown Shoe 3.40 Sperry Rand __ 16% Florida Gas _- 11%-12% The prospects are for an in- The Soviet Union and Czech-
creasing spread to keep the deficit
Brunswich .--- 9*I St Oil Ind 2.00b 79% Fla. Tel _.__. 24%-26V4 in U.S. international finances --oslovakia, the Communist members Ends Tour
Cambell S 2.40 Franklin Life 63-64% as Ag Expert
S tOilN.J. 86% an irksome problem.The of the 11 nation council,

Carter Pdt l.00a 170/8 Sterl Drug ??..?.,_ .65 27% I Herff Jones 13-% reasons: were expected to give strong
CaseJI -_ 15 Studebaker 8% Jax Minit Mkts. 7-% support to the Cambodian

Cessna Air 1.00 Texas Util .- __ 1.20 Milgo Electron. __ 12-% The farm exports that charge. Farmers in IndiaAssisting
Ches Ohio _. 4.00 77 Textron 1.40 44% Mort. Guaranty Ins. 28-29% helped trim the balance of pay Helping

Chrysler 48% Tidewater ..- ..,.. ,. 31 Affiliated Fund 8.86-9.56 ments deficit in early 1964 are France has voiced suport of
Coas S Gas ransWA.- .? 39 Divers Growth 9.9010.85Dividend likely to slow down. The barriers the call by the Cambodian chiefof I
CBS 1.80b 47% Union Pac 1.60a % Shares 3.76-4.13 that other nations impose state, Prince Norodom Aubrey E. B u n combe of creased about 50 per cent in I. and helped solve food production

Comb Eng 1.20 United States Steel 54% Dreyfus 20.29-22.05 against American farm productsare Sibanouk, for a n inter- 1025 SE First Ave., Gainesville, the past decade. Although there problems.

Cone Mills __. .80 17;. Und Air L l.SOb 55% Fidelity Capit 11.45-12.45 as likely to be raised as national conference to guaran- is returning home next month are 70 million more people than Dunscombe is an agriculture

Conti Ins _ 2.20 Upjohn 1.00 52% Fidelity Fund 17.96-19.42 lowered, judging by rumblingsfrom tee the independence and neu- after seven years overseas service there were 10 years ago, the graduate of the University of

Contrl Dat .- 1028 War Lamb-_ .70 Fund'tal Invest _._ 11.04-12.10 the European Common trality of Cambodia. Sihanoukhas with the Agency for International average Indian now receives approximately -Florida, receiving a BS degreein

Com Pdts --- -. 1.50 Worthintn 1.50 Income of Boston 8.45-9.23 Market. praised President Charlesde Development (AID). 200 calories more 1929 and an MS degree in

Delta Air -- 1.60 88% Xerox 113% Incorporated Inc. 9.88-10.80 Gaulle as a loyal friend of each day.U. 1931. He has been a county agriculture -
-The tourist season is start Since 1962, he has been one of
Det Steel _00_ .60 15 Zenith 1.20a Keystone K-2 5.646.16; Cambodia. De Gaulle favors the agent at Crawfordville,
69% --
ing. Prosperous American citi. many farm experts serving S. farm technicians teach Fla. and
assistant d
Eastern Air 30% S-3 __ 16.63-18.50 neutralization of Southeast Asia an i strict
Emerson EI 1.00 Keystone zens are expected to spend record -, with AID in India. Prior to that, the use of fertilizers, improvedseed agent at Gainesville. He served
The
Cambodian
S-4 4.745.18Life before
Keystone complaint -
ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS -- sums abroad this summer.As he served five years as an ostan selection and modern Improved Tith the Production and Marketing
Fair Camra __ .50g Investors 20.9722.92Life I f the council charges that
state extension advisor in
( )
Finanl Fed 56V. Purchases --_-__ 3B9, 88 Stock Fund 8.14-8.87 industrial production 'South Vietnamese armored vehicles Iran. 'As farm agricultural pract ice s. Administration and the

Fst Chartr _.._ 1.97f 373,4 Short Sales 5,548 Mass. Inv. Trust 16.58-18.12 picks up here, and as Americans raided a village almost : management advisor Commodity Stabilization Service
Fla E Cast _.. IH4 Other Sales 404,833 Mass. Inv. Growth 8.81-9.63 : spend more for consumer two miles inside Cambodia May Waiting at home for D u n scombe's Dunscombe was assigned to Ali- before he joined the foreign aid
Food Fair _._ .90 Totals Sales goods both domestic and foreign garh District, 90 miles from program in 1957.
arrival
410,381 Pioneer Fund ..._ 9.68-10.58 7 and killed seven villagers and expected on New
I, Ford -_..._ 53% Puritan Fund 9.61-10.39: imports seem sure to int on the following day the June 24 is his wife, Dorothy Delhi. His job was to The Dunscombes have hree
FMC Corp _.... 1.00 While U.S. help Indian extension workers children, Mrs. Alice Garw 0 0 d
PREVIOUS DAY'S Putnam Growth _'_ 9.5210.40TV crease. exports same force crossed the border who says she certainly will be train
Gen Motors 85% STOCK MARKET & Elec. __ 8.12-8.85 doubtless will continue to top glad to see him again. farmers in improved agricultural -Jr. of Palmetto, Arthur, who is
Gen Tele .88 33% again. practices. He also helped presently at home, and Harry,
-- Value Line Inc. __ 5.55-6.07 imports by a good margin, the with India's agriculure -
Ga Pacific 1.00b Advances -_ -- - 431 ,Wellingtonfund 15.14-16.50 gap will narrow. The second day the Cambodians -t AID conduct demonstrations on who is on the music faculty at
Declines _. development program, scientifically cultivated plots Florida State University.
Getty Oil __ .10g 23% --- -- 632 armored
-- destroyed
15.41-16.75 an
Windser Fund _
-Outflow of U.S. investment farm experts, such as Dun s-
Grace Co 1.00b Unchanged 280
-- --------- vehicle
wiped out the crew and
combe located
Gulf Oil 578Heine Total Issues .. 1,343 funds picked up again in April. are throughout
captured wounded soldier the
a
Winn-Dixie Lists They had poured back into the the country. On a typical day,
Curt .80 20% New 1963-64 Highs __ 57 complaint reports. Cambodia Cabinet
United States in March possibly they can be seen on farms, in Tightens
[ BM _ 5.00 474 New 1963-64 Lows 36 claims U.S. officers took in
mt Min C __ 1.80a Sales IncreaseOf so that corporations could meet part colleges and extension c e nters
N Y S E Most Active Stocks income tax payments due oth> operations.The working side by side with Indian -
mt Tele 1.00 5n4
Kellogg _-.._-_ .80a Vol. Co. Close Change 5.3 Per Cent March 15. It was this inflow of United States denied any counterparts, helping farmers Contractor

Lehman Cp 1.3-te 29 417,000 Tex Gulf Sul 57% off 1 earnings on foreign investmentsthat of its officers had been involved. improve production tech- RulesTALLAHASSEE
JACKSONVILLE Sales niques, advising on agricultural
Litton In 1.9Sf 6.W. got much of the credit for
73,200 RCA 32% off %
I recorded by Winn-Dixie Stores cutting the seasonally adjusted education programs and helping
Lone S em __ 1.00 20%
Marsh Fid .. I.CD 40% 63,400 Curtis Pub 14% off ,Ai I during the 4-week period ended deficit in the balance of pay- Miami PaperWon't to train extension workers.By (AP) The state-set qualifications In advance .
48 off 1
63,300 Chrysler % %
Martin M ,1.00 18% :May 2 showed an increase of ments to $136 million in the first increasing agricultur State Cabinet tightened its con- of bidding so unqualifiedones
----- 62,700 Xerox 117 up 3% :5.39 cent the production, India is trying to be weeded
per over corresponding quarter of 1964. can out.
McG Hill .6Oa Give trol
--- today over contractors bid-
60,500 Cal. & Hec. 22% off 1%
raise food that In addition
production so a
period a year ago. the new rules re.
Mead Merck Corp 1.70 59,000 Sperry Rand 16% up % A total sales volume of $68- The deficit arises because dollars better standard of living can beI I ding on construction of state quired that contractors submit

-- 2.00a 108'4 48,500 Boeing 48% up 1% :833,473 for this 4-week period sent abroad for foreign Nod EitherMIAMI brought to the 70 per cent of its buildings. with their bids a committment
Natl Airl .80 468N Int. Nickel 81% off and loans bases to It required that they meet
41,200
Y Cent! :surmounted last year's figure of grants military people who are dependent; on from an insurance company to
--50g 39,200 Am Mach Fdy 21% up % :$65,312,606 by $3,520,867. travel, investments and to agriculture. Much progress has bond them for the amount of
M Pow _
Nia 2.00
A S Ex Most Active Stocks Sales during the 44-week period I pay for imports exceed the dollars (AP) Neither Robert been made. the job. The subcontractorswith
Norfolk W 6.00
NoIndPS- _- 1.48 130 49,900 Peruvian Oils 1% off % i i ending May 2 totaled $733- returned in payment for exports King High nor Haydon Food grain ,production.basinLauderdale _- FEA Named whom they deal also must

No Nat Gas 1.80 37,400 North Canadian 3% up % t 694,137 as compared with $704- investments by foreigners Burns will get an endorsementfor I -- be capable of being bonded but
37,100 Hazel Bishop 8% H here, and yields on American in- governor from the Miami formal
Olin Math ._ 1.20 457/i up !955,233 during the correspondingperiod Herald. Sex Deviate bonding was not re
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29,400 MasseyFerg. 24Vs up % vestments abroad.Government quired.
Owens II G 2.50 98 ] of 1963, an increase of
26,300 Syntex Corp 76% off % :$33,738,914 or 4.79 cent. editions of the
per Today's
PacG&E. --. 1.00 32 spending abroad newspaper The original action appliedto

Pac LUng _- 2.40 gets; much of the publicity. But carried an editorial titled Goes 'Truth9 Arm : contractors dealing with the

Pac T & T 1.20 31 NEW YORK TIMES (MARK e) New::York ET AVERAGES Times MAY 18 there are other kinds of out- 'Florida's Next Governor," I Paper board of commissioners of state
Pan Amer A 1.20 74% flowing dollars. which said many voters will I TALLAHASSEE institutions.But .
Low (APThe)
High Close
Net Chg.
Parke Day 1.00 28% rind the choice for governor "a For BurnsFORT Florida Education
Pennzoil 2.00 763,4 25 Rails 141.06 1 1 38.78 139.48 Off .33 American tourists last year difficult one." Associationwas following Secretary of
-- designated
a Perkin El -- I II Industrials 832.10 8 19.77 822,34 Off 6.66 spent about $1.6 billion more Cabinet by the State State Tom Adams's recommendation

I Pfizer .80a 46% 50 Stocks 486.58 4 79.27 480.91 Off 3.49 abroad than foreigners spent The newspaper descri bed LAUDERDALE (AP- today to investigate certain the Cabinet extended -
here The deficit is expected to High as "a Miami man for The Fort Lauderdale News call-. cases of moral turpit u d e it to the university
Phelps Dg 3.00 68
1 increase this year. whom many of us have affec- ed the Democratic governorrace :involving teachers. buildings subject to approvalof

ion" and added: today a basic liberal-con The association was setting upa the university Board of Con-

servative contest and gave, its pilot committee to police trol.
-= Late "In all probability he would
YOUR MONEY'S WORTll3\ Morning teacher ranks under
ring a fresh breeze to the poi- support to Haydon Burns. a law des-
Proposing the
Endorsing the North Florida ,ignating teaching a profession. regulations,
tics of Tallahassee. He would
N. Y. Listing rock the boat of Florida's slug- candidate in an editorial, the The Legislative Investigating told state the architect Cabinet Robert that Brown
: South Florida said Committee recently brought out: a con-
g;isb status quo. We do not newspaper tractor had
i
$11 million
:. Massive Export DriveBy t t4 AllisChal 19% Int Harv 72% think, however, that he is "in this type of contest section- that allegations of homosexuality -in Florida construction.He invested.
r Alcoa 78% Int Nick 80% enough equipped to alism should be tossed right out involving 123 teachers were
trongly said the
AmAir 46V Int Pap 32% :'ride the ensuing storm." the window." hanging fire with no agency would insure that new regulations
: Am Brk 53% Jones&L 74 The editorial said Jacksonville checking into their truth. any successful

Sylvia Porter ... 4 ;! AmBdPar 37% Kais Al 39% Named Bank Mayor Burns was better qualified Under aut h o rization of the project bidders in the future
would live
to all
AmCan 43V4 Ken'cott 83% than Miami Mayor Robert Cabinet, the State Board of Education up of their

In 1964, the U. S. will participate ments gap. Although we already -] parative quality and price attractivenesS AmCyan 67% Lig & My 76 Ass't Cashier King High and "represents a can refer such cases to obligations.In .

in 13 commercial trade run a huge merchandise of our goods. While AmMot 14% Loch'd 34 conservative philosophy of gov- the FEA for handling throughits other action, the Cabinet:

fairs abroad, compared with export surplus, we are deter, we've been holding the price- AT&T 139% Lorillard 44 Gleason C. Snow was elected ernment more closely attuned to professional practices com -Cancelled its meeting next

last year's eight. We'll send 24.mined to make it even bigger. wage line, Europe's wage costs; AmTob 32% Mag'vox 32% assistant cashier at the May the needs and stature of this mittee if it chooses.Nevertheless week so members could attend

trade missions around the to offset our excess spending' and prices have been jumpingwith Ampx Cp 15% MM&M 62 meeting of the University City state than the far-out-in-left-field State School I the ground breaking of Aerojet

globe, double last year's 12. We in other areas. the result that our com Anaconda 43 Mohasco 13% Bank board of directors. posture adopted by his oppon- Supt. Thomas Bailey said the General Corp. at Miami.

has just opened a new Trade Second, the more goods we petitive position has improved. Armour 50% Mons'to 78% Snow was born in Greensboro, ent." investigation of individuals also

Center in Milan fifth since sell abroad, the more jobs will Babcock 55% Mont Wd 36% N. C., May 9, 1940, and attended The newspaper said High wasa :could be made by other means Mrs. Bethea
1961-and have signed a lease be made at home. President But there is no question that Beth Stl 36% Nat Dair 78% North Miami High self-acknowledged liberal who if the Cabinet chooses. I

for a sixth to open in Stockholmnext Johnson's own estimate is that we would not be doing as well I Boeing 48% Nat Dist 26% School and the University of favors the "infamous" civil When morals cases against

spring. I every $1 billion rise in our exports as we are were it not for the Borden 73 N.Am Av 47 Florida before joining the University -rights bill, urban renewal and teachers are referred to the WelcomesInspection

We are also launching this will create 100,000 new export drive Brunswk 9% Penney 51 City Bank in 1961. other forms of federal aid. FEA, the referral will be at-

month the first of a fleet of jobs within the U.S. Through our trade centers CaterTr 60V4 Pa RR 29% Snow resides with his wife In the first primary cam- tached to the individual's per-

"Mobile Trade Fairs" to carrya It's hard to believe that when we've introduced products rang Celanese 68% Pep Cola 55% Jackie and son Greg at 1705 paign, the 'News endorsed Scott sonnel file with the State Education

wide range of commercial exhibits the U.S. export expansion pro- ing from barbecue sets to hour Chrysler 48% Phil Mor 80% N.W. 38th Drive. Kelly of Lakeland. De par t ment. If the

on ships and planes. gram got into high gear just bon whiskey, generators to girD i, CocaCola 131% Phill Pet 49% charges prove unfounded, the Registration Supervisor Mrs.

Buyers will be invited aboardin two years ago only 4 per cent dies and exposed more than ( Com Ed 49% RCA 32% notation is destroyed. Alma Bethea said this morning

foreign ports to view our of America's 300,000 manufacturing new companies to foreign mar Con Edis 84% Rep Stl 43% STOCK she is hoping that a state

wares and to place orders. companies were selling kets. At the trade fairs in whichwe Cont Can 51% Revlon 34 FLASHES OffSeasonDeer election inspector will be sent

We are pushing "America any of their products to participate in 1963 we displayed Dow Che 72% Rey Tob 45% MARKETNEW here by Secretary of State

Weeks" in foreign department other nations. The vast ma everything from plea duPont 259% St Reg P 32 Tom Adams.
stores featuring the label I jority of American's businessmen sure boats 4adies' lingerie, EAL 30% Seaboard 47% YORK (AP-The stock I Sears, Roebuck lost a coupleof Costs Adams announced yesterd a y

"Made in U.S.A." on a wide were not only making no I laid the groundwork for sales E. Kodak 129% Sears 111% market resumed a dull decline I points despite the company's I that he was launching an investigation

variety of goods.We effort to sell outside the U.S. running into hundreds of mil] Firestone 39% Sinclair 47 late this afternoon. Trading was report that it is now the world of alleged election irregularities -

are sending for the.first They were actually repelling: lions. Fla Pw 45% Socony 77% moderate. leader in retail sales and thata Hunters $600. around the state,

time a team of business foreign buyers by not Via our trade missions, we Fla P&L 72% SouthnC 57% Losses of most key stocks dividend increase is being I including Alachua and Levy

and government men to Europeto bothering to answer inquiries.Now have taken more than 13,000 Ford 53% Sperry R 16% were fractionaL considered.A BRONSON A doe deer, taken -1 counties, in the May 5 primary
Europeansin the situation is changing individual new-business 11% 3-point loss by Xerox also election."I .
interest wealthy proposals Frmst Da StO NJ 86% and Ford illegally, cost two outofseason -
investing in properties here 'dramatically. Says Paul Paulyof since 1960 and returnee Frept Sal 34 Studebak 8% General Motors was laid to profit taking on thisissue's hunters $300 each in County hope the secretary of state

-shopping centers, office build- the Commerce Dept's Bureau -with over 20,000 new trade and Frueh Tr 30% Swift 49% however, lost more, than a point rise to one high after Judge's Court here yesterday. will send someone here," Mrs.
each. Losses of point or so
ings, industry sites. of International Com investment opportunities.We Gen Dyn 25 Texaco 78% a and there another. Henry E. Whittle Jr. of Hale Bethea said. "This would be a
We are, in short, in the midstof merce. "We made a sharp turn- probably cannot maintain n Gen El 83% Thiokol 13% were spotted here IBM advanced 5 points as it I Center, Tex., and William Otis ,fine thing. It would help the supervisor .
the most massive export around. We are no longer sending -I the remarkable trade surplusof Gen Fds 85% U Carbid 124 among other key stocks. rebounded in the direction of Lee of Tampa pleaded guilty i and the poll workers

drive in the nation's history, image-making, good-will nearly $7 billion which we Gen Mills 39% Unit Airc 45% The. trend among steels, coppers 1963 peaks far in excess of its 1 before Judge W. F. Anderson to 'and would find out if anything

and our target for 1964 alone is missions abroad; we're sending chalked up in the first quarter, Gen Mtrs 85% Un Fruit 20% utilities, drugs and chemicals -current price. ,Polaroid gained these charges and were finedas is wrong."

is to encourage 10,000 additionalU.S. hard-sell missions. ,If we can for our imports are likely ,togo Goodrich .,52% US Steel 54% was generally lower. Rails, more than 3 in a partial recovery -, follows: Mrs. Beth a said she has not

companies to enter the export sell goods at home-in: the most up faster in the months Goodyr 42 Univ Mat liVe tobaccos and aerospace stocks of recent sharp losses. U.S. -Taking a deer during closed received any information from

markets-fully 50 per cent competitive market in the world ahead. Greyhnd 58% WestgEl 32% were mixed. Airlines were Smelting, up about 4, and Control I season.$75 or 60 days." Adams about the state elect o n

more than the 15,000 20,000 -why can't we sell anywhereon But we'll surely shatter the Gulf Oil 57% Winn Dix 34% Slightly higher. Data, ahead 2 or more, also -Discharging a gun from a investigation.Last .

now selling goods abroad. earth? records of recent years-and a Woolwth 83 The Associated Press averageof were caught up in technical J public highway, $25 or 30 days. week Mrs. Bethea was

We have two clear objectives.First Of course, key factors in the 'vital reason will be that our 60 stocks at noon was off 7 price swings. -Possession of a gun and notified of circuit court acti 0 n

a rise in our exports will recent surge in our exports-up !industrialists themselves finally at 305.2 with industrials off 1.3 Prices were mixed on the J l light in the woods at night for in Leon County be defeated At-

narrow the difference between 60 per cent in the past five are out to prove, as Pauly Martha Washington's watch rails off .1 and utilities off .3. American Stock Exchange. 1 the purpose of taking wild! i f e, torney General"James Ky n e I

the over-all total we spend years to an unprecedented $24 puts it, that "Made in U.S.A." The Dow Jones industrial average Corporate bonds declined. U.s. $75 or $60 days.Unlawful citing election irregularities In

abroad and earn abroad, thus billion rate in the first quarterof are the three most magic wordsin had two cases one enamel and at noon was off 2.61 at I government bonds were mostly p 0 s ession of a Alachua County's election re

help close our balance-of-pay 1964-have- been the com world.trade today." one gold. 818.70. ';f |I unchanged. c doe deer, $125 or 60 days. port.I .





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1 14 Gainesville Sun TuesdcY. Mav. 19. 1964 j

DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT DESCRIPTION C : :LAME AMOUNT

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NOTICE OF TAX SALE -- -
Eli of SWU SEU less 3 .cre EVt of Lot 1 S of highway & NWU ef NWU less 200 ft RR :: ,

a Noun Is hereby given that on the 28th day of May, 1964 at Gainesville County In NW cor o less S Eof Lot 4 Bk 6 F E 8. Sof NW of NEw 3 7 -
f
.f Alachua. State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following 210 ft. 17 8 17, 15 .4.......o.... 1549 Buster & Amanda Burn ..... 126 Williams A PB C.7.7,....3459 L a Elsie Cud .:.......... 211 57 ..... ; J I'19. ......... 13.31
described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together EV NEU E of ACL 2 L E & F Original lCoss /Wi .
with all costs of such sale and all advertising. o, 10 ...........RR. .. 1563 J S Lang ..................... .56.94 LUNDY ADDN PB C.m com at NW cor K. .'
Let 15 Bk 42 Tamlaml Hgts No runW111ft$1574ftE -

REAL ESTATE 2 PB A-173 ................ .. 1578 M E C Cann ................. 3.49 Lot 4 Bk 4 ...............:..... 3506 Mollie MeClaln ................... 13 111 f N to FOB S. WVi of :
1 DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNTW TAMIAMI NO 4 PB A-17S lt 13 14 Bk 4 .................. 3510 Johnnie Ford ...... ...... ... Lot .Lot 2 less R-W & Lots ,.

j 4 Bk 31 ... ......... HGT W E Scrtpter ..... .......... 2.89 15 Bk 4 ....... ..... .... 3511 Gladys Green ................... 28 t 12 1 1 Original LlcRoss also
.. ..
l Lot 16 Bk 4 .._. ..... ... 3512S60ftefN362ftofW272 Johnnie Ford :............. 15 1 of & adl I also
280 ft of Sof NWU of 8 t Bk 31 ....... .. 1584 J C Edgar ................... 50 t
24 7, 17. 4J4 ........ .'" 76-1 Minnie M Gregory ............ 13.86 L 16 Bk 3 ?......... ..... M F Paris .......... ......- 1 acre at crossi ditch by .
159
I LoW 23 Bk 31 less R-W River- Lot 4 7 Bk .............. Mrs G .................. 2.89 tt of E 4 tt of NEU at SW cor '.
4 view PB B-70 ._.............__.. '2-1 Abner Jones .................. 3.49 Lots 8 9 :3 ...... ........ 1596 Mrs F Corning ................. 2.8 15 8 18 .. ...... .... 3528 Abner Jones ...._.. ..... 126 In of Mai St In L.Cr lyi

Lot 1 Bk 3 Rivervtew PB B7O4 Abner Jones ... ......... 28 Lot 2 Bk .... ......... 1598 Neva Ryno ...... ............. 2.8 Lot 21 Hitchcocks Add ........ .. '.tl ditch shape being ..
PB F-18 .... .. .. .... 3531-21 Susie M Mills ... side &
...
J COLUMBIA PB A-162-162VJ .I Lot to 7 & Lot 20 Bk 3 .. 1599 Daisy M Poll ................ 28 yule r o o o the other Neans R-W

Lots to 3 Incl Bk A .HGT Edith V Cook .......... ......... 2.89 TAMIAMI HGTS NO S PB A-171 GUINN WILLIAMS & REEVES SUR PB C-79A als c at NW cor of Lot

,: Lots Lots 2 to 26 Bk Ind C .Bk B 94 95 Mary Lizzie E L Young .......................... .. 2.8 Lots 3 39 Bk 41 ............ .. 1604 Mrs C Brenner .. ........... 2.89 S 10 tt of Lot 2 Bk 2 ... ....... 3537-2 George & MI Richardson .... 52.08 e C by Jons H C Parker run SW-ly to I:

2 97 Sit.. .............. 2.8 Lot 4 Bk 41 .. ........ ... 16 Mrs M E Rich ... ............. 2.89 Bk 5 Tax DB 319 17 ...... 3558 Rose Y Han ....... 21 S R of Newnans
G Marie S i
Lots 24 Bk .I ln
2 .. ... 2.8 Lot Bk 42 ..........,.,,..... W D Reed .. ................. 2.89 Lots 5 6 Bk 6 .......p..... 3564 Laura ._........ rd to where tt .
Lots 44 Bk I Ellen Z 2
Lots 4 4 9 4 W ....... .. 10 Rita R Anderson Nalley ... ..............2.8 Lot 17 Bk 42 ............... 1606 M B Bon .. ............ 2.89 Lots 7 8 Bk 7 .............. 3569 Carrie M Welch Heirs ..... 9J. crosses from H C Parkers
28
12 .... ..
Lot 3 Bk 4 .. ...... 1607 Mr B Walker ....... .... 2.8 house to Gainesville E
AI aV Frac less S of acres hiway MOL less per RR-W OR Lot 4 Bk 4 ...... ....... 1608 Lee ..... .. ..........;.. 2.1 OLMSTEAD SURVEY PB C-79B along said rd 19 yds N 177

2 .. 145 Fluhr Jr ... Lots 4 41 4 Tamlaml Hgts yds to POB all land in
P F & Marion
110-154. 7 17. 317. Of S .227 No PB A- .......... 1'1 Mrs A J Huff ............ .... 14 S26ftofN11V4ftofW110 SWVi of NWS Of Ave

E ft 209 of NEU ft of Of W NEK.f 7 17.6.... 168 Pedro Wilson ... ...... Lots 1 2 3 Bk 50 Tamlaml ft. of Lot 1 Bk 2Com .......... .. 3621 Rose Y Homan ................... 5 leading from H C Parkers
W 509 S 3 .. 526 Hgts No 4 PB A-172 ..... ..... 1621 Mir E J.cb ............... 34 10 tt W o SE cor of Lot residence to Gainesville S

NEV4,f o 17 6.f.. ._NE1......o. 169 Rebecca Welch ............ 29.15 4 B run 78'/i tt E 100 of Newnansville rd 1
WADE PB A-46 tt S28iftW75ftSSOftw acre deeded to

i I $21OttofE21OftofSEVaof S NEU.100 ft 33 of 7 N 17.280 1 ft.of NEU of 170-1 Albert .Lull Davis Jr ......125-38. Com at SW cor of R J Knight 2 f ...................... 3631 L M & Violet Cooper ...... .. IS.0 of tist Church SWVi als Colore OR 170-308 Bal,

SWU Of NEVi. 33 7 17 171 Frank Williams .. .............. l N ) f E 210 f S 210 f TOMPSETT SURVEY PB A-68 34 7 1* ........ ...... ... .. S648-1 C.rer" Carter a Adams ..... 125.07
S180ftof NEVi of 5.6 210 f .................. 1690 Rudolph Eckman Sr ............. .0 I E 245 ft of S 900 ft ef SWVi

NfOftof SWU of 7 17 .... .... 171-1 Sam 8. Elizabeth Henderson .. Lot 3 2 & Lt 1 Bk 3 ,Lots 11 12 Bk 18 ... ... ..... 37 Abner Jones ..... .............. 2.19 of NWU. 34 7 19 5 .. ...... 5657 J W & Mildred Harris ...... 16.3
N ISO ft NE1. 3. of SWA Of 1.3 Lots 7 8 Blk ....... .. 1692 Mrs B F Walton .. ......... .. 3.4 i Lot 6 Bk .................. Ella Lewis Heirs ........... 22.1 NVa of Lots 31 & Lots 5 61.3 8

NE'/ 33 7 17 ..._ .. 171-2 Maggie Moultrle .. .......... 9.91 Lot 7 Bk 3 .... ...... .... 164 Roxie Johnson Heir ..... ... 5.0 Lot 10 Bk 2 2 .................. 3769 Prettie Mae Merricks ....... 41.38C 19 320 . :. S695-1 J W 8. Mildred Harris ......... 234.57.
Lots 123456 Bk 4 ......... 1707 Eva & Doris Cash & J W St SVi of Lots 2 5 6 81 NEVi
N 100 ft of S 2SO n Of NEU
SWVi of NEU 7 17 .o. 171-3 Ruby Chelley .............. ..... 5.6 Com 10 f from NE cor of F C Elm Jr .. .. ........ 2.8 A WILLIAMS ADD PB C-79 of Lot 5 81 L ts47 S, 4 8 19, 340 .. 5704NVx J W 8. Mildred Harris ..... 266.59
S to of NEU 3 of SWU Of Reinhard lot run N 10 f of Lot 6, 4. 19, 40 .. .. .. 5706 E & Hilda McRae .......... 32 8J
NE't 33 7 171-4 Robert & Ullie Williams ....... 41.9 10 100 I E 10 ft 1714 D J & Audrey Dansby...... 25.47 N671sDofS132'SftofW S105ftofN41ftof E105
S 100 ft of 1 380 ft of NEUSWVi Com NE of H Weil ft of Lot 3 Bk 4 ... .. 3794-1 C E Sarah Rawls ... ..... 47.64 tt part of SEU
t Of NE?.. 33 7 17 .. 171.5 Mary Badger .... 5.63 lot on RR R-W on W side of 13 Bk 6 .. .. ....... 3808 Eva L Williamson ..... .... 69.1 Ef1.i. 58 19 .. ..f. 5716-3 Florence L Presley ....... 7464
between hiway & + RR N along RR to E & W Lots 9 10 12 Bk S Lynnwood
W 525 ft
33 7 17 RR. 173-1 P F i Marion Fluhr Jr .... 12.05 Cline of NWVi of SWVi W to Park PB 1 B-73 ... .. .. 3839 W F i Jeanelie Hitchcock Sr .. 121.1 W 2 chs of E 5 chi of S 2\)
5W'of NWVi of SEU less cor of sees 32 33 S on line E 240 tt Of W 450 tt of S 560 chs of that part of N'.j of

RR-W, 33 117. 6.' 182-2 Abner Jones .__._ .__.......... 7: between Sd Sees to NW cor tt of NWVi of NWVi less N Lot 1 N of Black Creek road,
of I E Green lot E to cor of 220 tt S 260 tt Of W 110 tt. 5 S 19. .5 .... _. .. .. .. .. Banks 8. Brockington McRae
Lot as per OB 355-10 being F C Reinhardt lot N to SE 2 8 o.. .... ..... .. 3950-1 W C & Mary Purvis ............ 17.S W ?. of NWVi of SE!., 8 8 51 Trustees ............. 4.4t
144 1-4 on hlway. 7 304-3 J W & Reba Thomas ....... 22.73Everett cor o E H Well lot less S WY of SWW of S ESW' 19, 35 ........ ....... 5751 Jennie Williams .... ....... 41.98
f 3, 40 1. 244 fc Maggie Moultrie ....30.6 100 f to Carrie Green .less ......... 4093 J W & Janie Farnsworth .... 125.3 NVi of NEVi, 9 8 19, 80 .. .. .. .. 5755 J W .Mildred Harris ........ 58.48
4 NEo NWV.361131 pg 75 In 100 f Sq to D J Dansby ....h... 1718 W M Johnson Heirs ............. 1. NEU of SWVi 1.9 10 1. 40 ....... 4096 J W 4 Janie Farnsworth ..... 43.5. NW' of NEVi & NVi NWU, '

I boa I I pr 1 8 17. 1 254-10 Emma Mac.Heir............. 56 WV SEU less par to Churchas NEVI of SW' & NY Of Gov 10 8 19. 120 .. ..o.. .. 5759-1 J W & Mildred Harris ....
12 per DB less R-W 2, 15 9 18, ........ ..... 4128-1 H H Kout Trustee ..... ....... 74.0 Eof SEVi of SEVi, of 17 8 .... tl.1
2 9 17 77.3 ... ....... 1745 Paul & Lois Smith .... ..... 181.58 Lt 6 ,
19 20 . .
less S .
SEU 5841
S 477 n Of W ft Of NEV4 of SWU ... H W Janie Hague .. 2Z7J
47 10 76 ................ .. ..
at stk In sec cor 247 SV of SWU less R-W 9 1. 1789 D 8 Loca Knight 86. 50 tt R-W & SWU Of NEUSEVi N 363 tt of NEof ,SWof
Be S of center'of sec run S WVi of NEU less R-W lessN262ftofWSOOtt,11917. Of NWVi. 2 ,18, 2 .... 4158 V M & Dorothy Chastain Jr 335.5 SWU less 1 acre sq in NE

416fttoof50ftNofSFLWRR of NEVI 21 18. ...... 4164 E J 4 Inez Annis .. ......... 11 cor 27 8 19, 4'\* .. ....... 5891 Charles Bradley ........... 10.51
S eTVi E 248.8 ft N 75.79 .. .... . .... ... .. 1796-1 Paul 8. Lois Smith .... ........68.24 EY of NWVi Less 100 8& NVi Bk 2 less N 105 S. Bk 3 less .
de 276, NW 4 acres sq of NWU of SWUOR Of NEU Of I 18. 47 4173 E J & Inez Annis ............. 51.14 S105ftofE t 210 tt 1St
520.8 f W 2 f DB 59 P 193-122 28 9 17, 4 .......... 1877 A R & Clara Crocker ............ 16.3 NW2 .
2 8 ..*.. ." ".....'. 264 Eva Bennett ........:... ... 31.5 S 41 chs of 537 of W between Bks 3 4 Hague DB
SlOOftofN82/ftofW15 NVi of SVS of* SEU. leas R-W,.,. 1901 Johnnie & Mary Woods ...... 65.50 22 chs of that E of 80 f P-425 .. .. ... .... 5901.1 Preston & Ethel King ........ 143.68
34 9 17, 38V .
of SEof NW? N of hiway. R-W less S 1350 f & less Com 1.6 chs W of SE cor run
f 8 17 ... 272 Amanda Our ............... 21.19 Ni19NofS211ftofE116 as per DB 231-591, 9 18, 44 4182 Louis Vernell Trustee ... ..... 34.63 N chs W to W line of
........ 20.59 2
.. .. Annie R Stafford
34 1915
ft of W 536.3 ft. 9 17 .. N 420 tt Of W 210 of S 234 Lot 6 S chs E to

r SEU Of SE'/4 Of NEU of SWVi PB A-9S I acres In Grant 27 9 IS, 2 .... 4222-1 C J & Elizabeth Walden ........ '.91 33 8 19 10.2. ..... .b.. 5924 H W & Janie Hague ... ... 23.93
.. ... ... 290 Annie Burnett Heirs .......... 37.70 CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN ,S 210 tt of W 420 Of SEU N 5 chs of W chs of E
2 8 ..... .. .
1 Lots 3 4 ................. 1918-3 G & Veleiia Blair & I Davis .. ...... $2.61N210ftof 4.0
.. ;: Lee .. ............. .. 2.89 I Of SEU 28 9 18. 2 ..... .. 4247-2. W T & Retha 14.0 chs of NI Lot 3, 3

I SWU of SWVi less S 210 ft of E .............. ........ Gibbs: ................ W210ftof SEU, 2 .. ... .. ... ... 5934 Marie J Whitaker .......... 19.0
I 210 of W 640 ft & less N Lots 5 8 1115 .............. 58.4 I 9 18. 1 ............... 4277-1 Viola Brown ............ ..... 1.1 All in Grt less N 17.6 chs of
f _. .... !.. Cason 3
210 Of S63Oftof E 210 ft Lots 6 7 .... 1911 Gibb .. 5.0 W of E 650 f Of Sec E 39.65 chs 3 9 19 227 . 59S7 H W & Janie Hague ..........
SO n E 210 ft Of NWU ofSWU 40 t 4300 Abner Jones ......... ........ Com 24.1
& less S 210 of N 420 ft 30fl tt. 34 9 10.4 163 at SE cor of out of
of E 210 ft of f 420 ft & lessS 17 .. ... .. .. ...... 1940 Money Hodge Heirs ............. 2 S 1725 38 W 1036 1. less E Grt run E ITVa W stk in

!1 420 ft Of E 518.7 n. 2 8 17 3.. 294 Annie Price Ex 500 ........... 70.86 210 f Of W 583. 7 f Of S 1050 I lane along lane 12.5 chs W
W 210 ft of NWU of SEVi TAMINEGA HEIGHTS PB C-55 tt, 9 18, 28 ... ... ..... .. 4303 J W & Janie Farnsworth ..... 41.8 21.50 chs S UVi deg E 13U
of RR less S 105 n. 2 8 17 ..... 300 Abner Jones ..................... 7: Lot 10 Bk D leu E 100 ft ...... 1962-10 J M Holt Jr .. ............ 2.8 Co at NW cor of sec run N I chs to b. 4 9 19 23 .. .. .. 5991 H W & Janie Hague ..i......
210 hiway as DB Bks C D E less W 11 to 17 ft deg 50 min 60 E 1220.28 W 20 E 40 chs of N 3.7

t o. 2 8 17.1 .pr ... .3. 302-1 J W & Reba Thomas ..... ..... 78.33. & less Lots 10 1 & 12 & lessE ft thence run se 1787." f 20 chs in Grt 4 9 19 40 .. .. .591 H W & Janie Hague ..... 46.26
,I P 6 7 Bk A Gondola Gardens 60 f of Lots 233 Bk C thence run N 65 deg 37 min N 311.02 f of E ?i of NEVi as
I PB ....._.......... 306-6 Eugenia Gilchrist Heir ......... 18.46 & less E 100 ft of Lots 789 300 tt to POB N 65 deg 37 per OR 4.20 being Parcel 1,
Lot 22.C.2. PB B-33 .. ... .. 3 Cason & Murphy ....... .... 1.1 101112BkEllessEltOttoflots min E 20 f S 24 deg 23 minE 14 9 19, 1 .. ..... .._ .. 6015-1 C T & Laverne Dowling .......: 27.61
,I NSSftofS100ftofWSOft 7 8 9 Bk D & less Lot 10 65 deg 37 min W S 438 ft of 3513.15ftof Esi

/i: of Bk 2 Tax DB 325 pg 121 Bk D 81 less E 100 t Of Lots 500 4,5 N 24 deg 23 min W being Parcel 7. 14 9 19, 20 6015-7 C T 81 Dowling ...... '
SF & W Addn High Springs 335-2 Rose Y Homan ................ 4.0 11 12 Bk D........ ......... 1963-1 J M Holt Jr ... .. ....... 282.94 145.2 i N 37 min E ,S 100 tt of N tt of W Laver 1.1
.' N n Of W 100 f of Bk 8 Lot' Bk F .............: 166 B D & Dorothy Davis .......... 39.24. 300 ft t N 2 6 de 23 min W I 165.3 tt of SE 801.4 !. Wlm-
10. W Addn High Spring .. .. 357 Pedro Wilson ..... ........ 48.40 Lots 1234567 Bk G less W. 290.4 f to POB 2 10 18 3 .. .. 4333-4 R F i Margaret Nesler ..... .. 2.9 I berry Estates 23. 19 ... 60752 B H & Rebecca Orr .... .. 40.44
:t 17 ft of Lots 1 & 3 & less landoutside N 210 of W 210 Of S',. in E 624.49 tt of WVi of SWVi less
2-8-17 WHETSONE ADDN IN NWVi OF SW1 PB A-46VJ radius curve on I Grt f 10 18, 1 .f..... ...... 4343-1 Mid-State Homes Inc ............ 95.44 N 400 ft of E' 75 ft i less R-W
l j' corner of O.t 3 ..... ........ .. 1967-1 C T & Helen Flmswor... .. 113.75 N 26.63 Chs Of E Chs Of 6 less DB 348-281, 25 9, 19

Lot 6 Bk, 2 Ta DB 3IO .. 370 James Duto& Annie Flowers .. 7.17 Lots 20 21 H... ..... .. 1968-20 W W Suggs ....... ...... 4.9 that part In Grt 16.2 hiway 35 .t. .. . .. .. 6095 Monnie C Williams .. ......
.. .373 Abner ........... .. 2.89 W 70 ft 418 ft of S I 4344 Mozelle Henry Ex 500 .. 78.9 :Lot 151
Lots 9 16 .. .. ... Jons 14 3 10 18. 43 .. .. .. as per OR 6-519. 2 9 19 .. 6096-14 R J 81 Ruth Marlow .. ....
Lot 19 374-1 Emma Mack Heirs 2.89 ft Of NEU Of NEU 4 10 17 ..... 1972 Murray & Janie Randolph ... ".40 ,S% of SEVi Of 4 10 18, Lot as per OR 9 19 6102-11 W F Anna Ryals ... 10.3
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I Lots 1 2 3 k212 u'25 26 'Bk"i::::::. 382-1 J O 81 Lucille' Bell .:::::::::::::: 26.41 Com 200 ft W of,NW cor of .... ...SE\4. ........ 4366-2 R R & Alma Taylor ......... 3.1 W 184.49 ft of S 47-37. of N 190 ft .. .. 9.1I

Lots 10 Bk 4 ... ... 382.10 Tyler & Lucy Randolph ....... 2.89 Main & Luclle Sts run W to I 3 I Of Lot 4 PB A-55 27 9 19 6112-1 Alan & Frances Land ....... \
Lot 1 4 ....... ........ 32.2 E R 8. Eunice Black .......... 54.22 st NtoRRR-WEtoPtNof S 147.5 of W 147.5 of Lot 23 1.4 I
Lot 2 Bk 4 ............. CMS. Prlscllla Lewis ... ... ... 54.2 b S to bg. 4 10 17 .... ..... 1978 Abner Jones. ................... 6.83 TAPP ESTATE PB A.5 PB A.5.f 27 9 19 f.. .... 6128 Rosa L Simmons ............... 48.40
I Lot 4 Bk 5 ... .... .... 390-5 Surety Mortgage Investment Co. 31 Sl SE of RR less S E 4 S 2'i chs of Lot
; Lots 9 Tom Williams I :\\rs. .:::.1 683Va f of W 1220 n & less N 100 tt Of W 150 ft of Lot 2 .... 4368-2 J C & Linda Butler ............ 2.1 PB A-S5. 27 9 19, 1 .. .2. .. 4132 R & Hattie Strappier ............
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Lots 1 3 OJ52l6Bk.7.::::::::::::::: g J O & Lucille ::.:: ::. : 5.03 lot to Roland OB 303-9 8. S 100 tt of N 200 f of E 50 S 10SffofN3lSftofWlOSft 5.6
.... 46.2
I ......... .. Surety Mortgage Investment Co 30.69 ,less Lot to Parker DB 303 of W 650 ft of 2 ...... 4368-2-2 John & Linda Butler .... Lot 30 PB 9 .
27 19 .
Lot 2 Bk 8 p I ....... I A-5. 6141 Davis 8. Williams .. ... ..
.\, Lot 6 BK 8 ........... ... .. 40Suret Mortgage Investment Co 30.69 137 8. less lot to Parker 7 ....... .......... 4348-7 C E & Kittle Farnsworh 10 4 PB EVi Lot 62 1.32

Lot 2 Bk 8 ................... 40-23 Mortgage Investment Co 34.96 311-432 & less lo to Videon I. EST PB OR 9-101.A-5 27 19. 6177.B J & Shirley Browning ......
Lot Bk 8 ....... .... ... .. Surety' Mortgage Investment Co 64.90 DB 318-252 & Lot I per MILLIGAN HURST A.1 N 300 S 460 tt of E 140.65 3.1
Lot 2 Bk 9 ................. 414-4 Arthur & Flossie Heagles ..... 30.69 OR 1-27 & less lot as per Lot 1 & E 3.333 chs of Lot 5 .... 4372-1 James Hurst ............... 32.8 ft of I of Lot 43 less Parcel
Lot 21 Bk 9 ................ 416-21 Alphonso Robinson . ... .. 39.24 OR. 1-3 & less lot per E 299.97 f Of Lot 2 ........ .. 4372-2 James Hurst .... .......... 213 S W/2 A-55 27 9 19 .. .. 6178-4 J W & Selwia Tweeddale .....21.19
Lot Bk 9 .............. 416-22 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 3.1 less lot per OR 153-258 SVi of Lot 16 PB A-21 28 9
Lot 2 Bk 9 .... ........... 421-24 Robert S, Annie Johnson ....... 4 10 17 ...... ... ._... .. ...... .. 1989 D G Roland Estate ............. 13.73 Lot 2 less E 4.545 chs 8, S 2 19.5 .. ._ ... ..... .... 6197 Jim Page ............ ..... 20.59N210ftof
Lot 9 Bk 10 DB 293 465 ...... 425-1 Daisy Frampton .... ...... 1.4 Co 50 ft S of SW cor of Bk acres of Lot 3 8. Lot 4 & E210ftofW420ft -
Lot Bk 10 ..P........ .. 428 Mid-State Homes Inc .. ....... 1.55 PB A-129B run E 350 t W 5.667 Chs of Lot 5 ...... 4373 Emma L Perkins ......... 25.4 Of Lot 19 PB A21. 28 9 19 . 4199-2 Harold Cunningham ....
Lot 1 Bk 10 .. .... ..-. 428-1 Willie 81 Ethel Richardson ........ 2.8 S 150 f W 350 ft N IS f Lot 3 less S 2 acres ... ...... 4373-7 Tom & Pearl Hurst .. ....... 26.4 W 300 of E 1780.81 of S .. .. 7.7
Lot 13 14 Bk 1 ....... .. <34 W Mayes ... ..... ........ DB p 137 4 10 17 .. 1989.2 John F Parker ..... ... ...... 7.4 WVi of SEU Of NW?, 5 10 18, 435.6 f f Of N 485.6 ft f. 9

1 1 Com 2 S of SW cor Bk 52 2 ..... .. ........ 4375-1 Laura Hurst ............. .. 2.01 19, 3 ..............3.. 4349-1 S E .June Hardin ....... ... 59.6
WHETSTONE EST ADDN PB A-44V4- Lots Bk 9 Chapman & Smith of SEof NWU. 5 10 18

N 75 ft of E of Bk 2 less Add PB A-122 .......... 2021 Alice Manning ... ..... ...... 3.4 EI 20 .. ... .... .. .. ..... 4375-2 James Hurst ......... ..... 2.01 WEST PARK OR 78-618

R-W Tax 10 f pg 125 .. ... 443 Rose Y Homan ........ ...... 5.63 Bk 2 Chapman Smith Add EH of SEU of SEVi of NEU Lot .... ........... .... 6351-18 Richard- & Barbara Quate ... 163.26
.. .......... PB A-122 ............. 2040-2 Abner Jones ....... ........... 3.49 4376-2 L E & Margaret Coleman ....... 20.59 Lot 1 ... .... .
Bk 6 less N ft of W 150 ft .. .. 452 Ethel D Miller 67.0 W of R.W.5 10 IS. 12 3 ..... .. 631.3 R L .Janice Bass ........ 146.16
Bk 7 E of 20 line of NEU of NWVi of NEVi & NEU Of NWVi Lot 3 .............. ..... R L Janice Bass .. ......... 167.54
NWVi as per DB 297 pg ... 454 C A Mclntire ,................. 35.56 I ORIGINAL NEWBERRY PB A-129A & SV Of NWU, 7 10 18, 160 .. .. 4394 R H & Lucile Hodge ......... 43.4 WEST PARK ADDN 1 OR 93-354

Lot 8 W R Jones Replat 3 19 I W'/j, SEVi Of NEVi, 9 10 18, Lot 7 .............. .. 4352-7 A T & Evelyn Douglas ... ...
PB A.126 DB 290 438 .. .... 477 Mary S Kenard .................. 7.7 S'* of Lot 1 Bk 2 ......... ....... SOS1 C L Williams .............. 13.55 20Lots .. ....... ......... 4404-4 J P & Charlotte Weidner .. .. 22.7 Lot 13 .. .............. 6352-13 A T & Evelyn Douglas ... ... 3.6
Bk U .. ......P... ... .. .... 52 A E & Lottie Summers Jr ..... 2.8, Lot 10 Bk 3 .. .................. 2068 Domestic Mortgage Corp ...... 5.0 2 3 4. 10 10, IS. 120 ...... 4409 A N & Lela Schouten ......... 150.44 Lot 14 ............. ... 6352-14 A T 81 Evelyn Douglas ....... 30.69
Lot 3 Bk 12 .... ............ 2099 Ola Jackson Heirs ...... ... 7.17 ''E 105 tt of W tt Of S 210 Lot 3 ................. 6352-30 J H & Eula Steadham ....... 257.36
G E FOSTER ADDN PB A-6 Lot 6 Bk 12 ............. 2103 Frances A Hardee ... ....... 11.4 tt of N'. in 31 10, 1 . "12.3 W T & Katherine Brown ... 52.6 Lot ..... .. ..... .. ... 632.6 W F 81 Joyce Courier .... 150.44
Lot 5 Bk 13 ...... ............ 2113 Jackson & Sanders ............ 32.8 E 105 ft,of W 420 tt o S 210 Lot 114 West Park Addn. 2 OR
175 n of Bk Lt 7 Bk 13 OR 147-19 .......... 2114-1 Jannie Young ... .. ......... 67.04 tt of NVi in Grt 10 10 IS .. 4412-4 J B & Mary Brown .......... 52.6 9244563314 J F & Olief Gainey .......... 18.46
N-ly 75 ft of E-ly 14 less Lots 1 .. .. ....... 2118 C T & Helen Farnsworth ..... 141.88 E 210 tt of W 840 of NVi 3
14iofBkCRg1SCMooreAddn ........ 2132 Julia ... .......... 2.89 10 18 1 t. .... D. & Beatrice Robinsop .. .... 3.4 .. .. ...
W of hlway .. .... 619 J C & Rebecca Vause ....... 421.07 NVJ Of Lot 9 Bk 16 .. Scot Heir I In Grant. 10 412J .. .. ... 6395-36 W G S. Dorothy CarsonSUNNYBROOK 424.7
N ft of W 80 Of Lot.8 Bk 15 .. 634 Abner Jones ............... 62.76 Lots 6 1 8 9 Bk 34 .......... 2 Jessie Brown ....... 30.6 N'/a of NEVi, 23 10 18, 80 .. .. 49 H Johnson ... ....... 73.4 EST OR 61-239
25 t OR WV of Lot 8 Bk 37 ......... .. R G & Reasale Smith ......... 2.8 N 210 ft of W 210 ft of NWVi ofNW4
Lot 2 Bk 3 part as per Lots 12910 & E 38 1ft Of I 10 IS, 1 4521 J Martha Richardson ....... 20.59S Lot. ..... 6399-9 F E & Elizabeth 248.80
$4-578 Lots 5 6 Bk ..... 694 Ada 0 Easterlln ...... ....... 287.90W of SW4.23 ...... .. Terry .. ..
Bk 46 3. 710-1 Capital Builders ............. 206.03 Lots 3 8 Bk 42 ..... .... 2252-1 L R Hodge ... .......... 223.7 210 tt of E 210 ft of SWVi Lot 10 .. .... .......... 4399-10 E E 81 Clara Clne. ...... 22.13
100 f of of Lot Lot 5 4 Bk ... ...... ..... 711 B R & Jean Martin ..... ..... 99.11 Lot 5 Bk 42 ............ 2252-5 T G Hicks .. ... ........... 43.5. I of SEVi 28 10 18. 1SWU .. 4524-1 C T Hunt ..... ............. 528 Lot 16 .. ............. 639-16 G D & Virginia Britain ...... 34.96
t. Lot W 10 I Bk ..4... 8124WVi J T & Virginia Sanders .. ... 47.80R Lots 4 5 Bk 44 ... ......... 25 C A & Betty Rogers ..... ...... 99.1 of NWVi 31. 10 1.0 .. 4547 Elizabeth K Duke ........ Lot 26 ................... 6399-26 K D & Evelene ...... 2.13Lot
Of Lot 1 Bk .107 .. .... .. .... 843 C Harris ..... ....... 13.55 Lots 3 4 5 6 Bk 55 ....... Abner Jones .. ..... ...... 15.72NIPPERS E'/ of WVi of SWU NEI.4 3 ............... 639.3 R D & Erma Proven ..... .
, N 50 ft of Lot 2 DB 297 pg 220Davis ADDN PB A-124 I 32 10 18. 10 .. ..... 4556 P Span ...... ..... 2.1 Lot ............. 6.40 B H & Janis Hazard ........ 39.24
Lot Bk 2. .. 2296 Joseph 8. Arls Darling .. .... 13.5 E NEVi PB E-92
PB A-123 875 North American Acceptance Corp 1 ...... IS 792 tt of 440 f of HEIGHT
S-D of Bk 111 52.6 -
... .. ... 912 J P Harris ... ..... ...... Lots 29 10 Bk 2 ......... ..... 2298 Mate Warmack Heirs ......... 30.6 Of NWVi & N 8 of NEU Lot 38 ................ 63 8. Edith Pagnu .... 706.42
Lot 1 Bk 117 .... S 75 ft of Lot 1 Bk 3........ .... 2303 ................ 24.2 I Of NWVi. 32 10 18, 24NWU 4566 Thomas Hunt ...... .. 40.44 Lot 40 ......... ...... 040 J L 8. Hilda .... .. 415.60
j CANNON S-D BK 130 PB A-86 N 25 f of Lot 8 Bk 3. .......... 2304-1 Bessie Williams .. .... .. 2.89 of NEVi E of Grt 3 10 Lot 4 ............... 6404 J L i Hilda Clark .. ...... 265.92Cornelius
Lot Bk 3 ............. 2307 B Goines & F D & Mattie 18. 22 ..... .. ...... 4598 A H Brown Heir ....;...... 46.2 Lot ... .... ... .8 & Doris Rain ..... 124.78
.. J R & Mildred Greene .......... 69.18 Herring ... ........ ... 13.55 N 10 chs of E 8 chs of NWof N 10 ft of S260ftof E 140 ft
Lots N 1 n 2 of.Lot..12. ....... ........ .3 Home & McPherson .......... 24.27 Lot 8 Bk 4 Tax DB 325 p 129 .... 2313 Roe Y Homan ..:.... .... 32.8 5E. 4 11 18 8 ...... .. .. 4655 F Nattiel ............ ........ 7: 380 f of SEU LittlewoodEst

4 5 DB 287 144 .. .. 969 Sam Kart .... ... ...... 103.39 N 6 2-3 chs of W 12 chs of Lot 3 9 1 .. 6401-19 J H 8 Joyce Keane ........ 1941
P .. 9n Carrie Williams ................ 39.24 WALTONS ADDN PB A-82 NWU of SE' less N 210 f SKYLINE HEIGHT PB E-95
I Lot Lots'7 f ...." .. ''.'.'.'"....'."972-1 Janie Watkins .................. 47.80 Lot 1 Bk 1 ..... .. ... ....... 2316 Annie R Stafford ..... ........ 2.89 of W 210 ft. 4 1 18. 7 . . 4658 Frank & Ethel Nattier .... ... 23.3 I Ilr120 Lot 10 .. ..... .... .... "0.10 & Elsie Sears ..... 45.66
. Lot 2 Bk 1 .... .... ......217 John Jackson ..... .......... 2.89 N 210 tt of tt of NWVi Lot 37 ._.. ....... ..... W V & Jayne Barkley Sr .... 45.66
PATTON ADDN PB A-52 Lot 1 Bk 5 Tax DB 325 P 13.... Rose Y Homan ....... ...... 5.03 Of SEU 4 \ . . 46581 Sam 8. Lillie Nattiel ....... 6.3 Lot 3 ............... 6402-39 Coy & Helen Thomas ..... 389.94

Lot 4 Bk 3 less E 50 ft .' .. .. 985 Margaret Robinson ....... ... 2.89 Lot 1 Bk 6 .. .... .. .. 2349 Susie Curry .. ............. 5.0 Lot 7 8 Bi N 105 ft of Lot $ ......... ... "02.59 Alvaro 8. Eugenia Aguirre .... 18.6
I Lot 3 Bk 12 Tax DB 319 7 .... Rose Y Homan ............. 2.89 W 105 81 Lots 1 2 MADISON PARK PB F-3
Lot 1 Bk It ...P.. .... 10 K 8. Emma Scott -. ........ 5.03 CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN PB A-95 Bk 2 Yulee Place PB A-7Vz Lot 6 ..... .......... ... .. 6410-4 ELS. Olive Barren .... 1 3.S1
Lot' Bk 19 ......'.'.. ....... 0 F 8. Pauline Jordan ...... ..... 24.27 Lot 2 Bk 2 ....... ....... 401-2 Paul & Christine Mack ......... 34.9 9 11 18, S . . .. . . 4702-7 Conroy Heirs Ellsworth .... 32.49 Lot 21 ......... ..... 6410-21 Billy & Helen' Dyson ........ 300.13
lot' Bk 3 .. .... .......... 2402-9 J W Henderson ........... 2.89 NVi of Lot 1 & Nof Lot 2 Lot 52 .... .. .... ...... 6410-52 A J & Dortha Hunnicut .. .. 133.33
GIBBS 8. FOSTER ADDN PB A-52 Lot 7 Bk 5 ......... ........ 2404-7 Henrietta Reid ........ .. 2.89 & Lots 17 31 32 PB A10.IS Lot 7* .. ..... .... ..... 6410-79 G L & Anne .. .... .. 137.61
Lot Bk 143 .... ... 1066 Janie Watkins .... ..... 189 Lots 6 7 Bk 6 ................ 2405-6 Leatha M Jones ......... ... 41.3 11 18, 60 . .. .. . .. 4747 H 8 t Rachel Standridge Sr .. 40.44 Lot 2 Westvtlla PB F.12 ..... 6411-2 S D & Dorothy Camber .ff.11
Lot 1 being the W 50 ft of the Lots 9 8. 10 Bk 6 .. .......... 2 05 M H Hicks .. .................. 7.1 Lots 4 to 9 Bk Tax DB 325- Lot 9 Westvilla PB F.12 .... 6411T J & Margaret McCarthy Sr 133.33

E 250 f of the N 100 f of I Lot 6 Bk 7 ........... 240 M H Hicks ...................... 2.89 131 Archer lsLp B-42 . 4777-1 Rose Y Homan ..... ....... 3.49 Lot per OR 190-219, 36 9 19 .... "31.37 0 L & Elsie Gordon ... ..... 75.6
Bk 144 of SVi of Lot 3 Bk 10 J D Hodges Lots 4 5 6 7 Bk C Archer Hills I

J Lots 1 & 6 Unreorde.. 1067-5 James Williams Jr ....... .... I Addn PB A-87 ....... 2470-3-1 Abner Jones ..................... 3.49 PB B-42. ... .. .... .... .. ... 4777-2 Jennie Cole ..... .. ".".. 3.49 MASON MANOR NO 1 PB E-30
Lot 6 being I the W 50 ft 'th N. 41.0 9th St S of J&SW RR 8. 8th St Lots 1 2 4 5 Bk DB 325- Lot 19 .. ..... .. 6438-1 W F & Betty Osborn ..... .. 13.2
dnBpT: Rose Y Homan ...................
Lots 6 7 less W 1 ft of Lot 7 Bk
100 ft of Bk 144 UnrecordedSD F W Washington ...... N of C Street J D Hodges 133 Central A-132 ..... 4839 .. 7.7
.. J & Cora Facen ........ .
{ of Lots 1 & 6 Bk 144. 1067-4 101 Addn PB A87NWVi .. ...... .. 2472 Abner Jones ...,.:.... ....... 4.0 Lot 1 Grismore S-D PB D-3 .. 4880-15 C H & Ruth Martin ................ 30.6. S University Park PB B-61-75 6442-6 J W & Grace Fordyct ....... 26.4
. N of E 50 Ot Lot 5 of SWVi less NWU of Lot McNairs S-D PB A-127 .... 4888

5 f f 1100 Abner Jones .. ...... 3.49 NWVi of SWVi 8 10 17 30 .. 2525-1 E H 8. Joyce Taylor ......... 31.29 S 175 ft of N 625 tt of E 210 J M & Gordon .. ........ 39.84 ANNIS TERRACE PB DID
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E 50 n 470f"s"i tt.Of t's' ,NW' of NWU of SWVi les N ftofNEt.111118 .. ... 5045-3 Mir 24 . ... 644624Lot W & H L Bass ..... 147.54

Bi 147 ... .. .. ........ .. 1101 Arizona Williams Heir..... 210 f of E 220 f 8 10 17. ... 2525-2 E H .Joyce Taylor ....... .. 12.05 W 50 tt Of E 169 tt of S 90 I 14 Palm Terrace PB C-0. 644714Reserved M W Cheney ............. 19.0
4 Bk 149 .'. 1110 Pedro Wilson ................ 1.1. I 1 sq In cor of SW f o NEVi of HWof NEU I air Bk 1 less E 12 f
Lot 10 Bk 150 fj'Kr stS-Q"p of SWVi, 8 10 17, 1 ... .. 2527 Abner Jones ... ..... ..... 3.49 396 tt Of S'/J Of NEVi Of Hibiscus Park PB B.3.. .. .3 H L 4 Alice LIndsey ....... 33.43
A-146 .. .. 1117 s & Barbara Pugh ............... 3.49 Lots 47 Bk 2 Grant Park NWU Of NE' & NEVi of I E 6 ft of Lot 1 Hibiscus
Lots 10 14Bk 151 Pb'e. I PB C.,. .... .. .... ..... 2551 H L Black ......... ...... 3 9NW'4 NE' of NWU less S 420 f Of Park PB 6449-12-1 H A Kelley ....... .......... 5.6
1"1 1 Lizzie Smith .. U.55 I Lot 20 Golfvlew Estates PB
E 210 ft 5056 .. .
crest 1129 Eunice Gassett 29.15 Of 18 10 17. 40 .. Mack Brown ................. 1 1 1 1. .
A.I4 .. 2587 .
NW14. B-88 .. 6440-20
Lot 2 Bk 160 :: 11l Abner Jones ..::::::::::::::::::. 2.89Lot : ,Lots 15 to If Incl Bk 7 8. 3.69 W 105 ft E f S 10 Fordyce & Associates In.... 180.98
3 Bk 160 Tax Deed OR.17-375. 1145 Mary R Jones .. ..... tt of SEVi of NW! of NE .: I Lots 115 116 Golfview EstatesPB
.1156 . 1.99216fasOr I Lots 5 6 Bk Tax DB 325 17 18 .......... ..... 5065-2 Eugene Roberta Campbell .. B-88 .. Helen G Davis .. ........ .
/ Bk DB 198 pg 290 E Robinson Estate .... .... p 13 Hal Mo PB A.l6 ... 2641 Rose Y Homan ..... ...... 4.09 1 1 In NE cor of NEVi of .4.7 I Lot 101 Golf Club Manor PB t4611 91

E W 42V ft DB of 317 N 126 17. 4.. .... 2682 Elizabeth K Duke .......... 22.13 SEU, 5096 J Cod Vi................ 3.49 E-12 .. ... ... ._ 6484-101 Gus Andy .. .. ........... 249.40
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Bi Rg NVi Of NEU NW!., 8 2704-1 J W 8. Janie Farnsworth ... .. 7.17 J'oP .
p 10 I Lot 1 Scrafford Plat PB F-26 6487-1
310 S More Addn PB A- 1178-1 Rose Y Homan .................. 4.0 NV2 of NEU 8 11 17 .11.20.. ... .. 2705EVt J W t Janie Farnsworth .. ... 24.27 N tt 100 of that S18o ft 'i, of E ) 1 51.3 tt of Hiway .Frances Schroder ...... 60.42

EVi 1 Tax of DB 319 Lot S 2 S Bk C Moore 4 Rg Of of NWU.NEVi of 12 1 of 17 River 80 ....... 2714NVi Alachua-Volusla Investment Co. 30.6 W of hiway, 18 '...' 5105-3 Hazel G Penny... ..... '7.4 per DB 353 Newbrr, 10 19 I. 6503-5 N H 81 Kathlyn Fleischer .... 12.4

Add PB A- .p. . . .. .. 1180 Rose Y Homers ......... ...... '.37 6 18. 62 ....... 3 2737 Taylor Simmons ............ 76.20 N ft 200 of that ft of S 700 of NEVi ft ,of'e'NEU 150 Lot 1 D-84 Bk B .Anglewood. .. ..., .ReplatPB 6211 R E 8 Sophie Fisher ........

N 210 yds of E 140 yds Di W of pr IS ... .. Queen E Penny. .. .. ... 6.23 Lot 3 Oakland Terrace PB 125
3-1-17 D E WHETSTONE ADDN PB A-44V4 Rd 5105-5 .
18. 4EVi .. .. Blanton .... .....
Ruby .. .. 54.82
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282 .. N 6ft of E 216 of E-42 .._ ....h. ..... .. 4533-3 W R Willeen Henderson .... 223.75
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of SWVi of NW4,16 7 1,2. A Jackson ....... .......... 13.55 t No Let 10 Bk G Fletcher Hgts No .
Bks 37 38 39 54 1310 Margie P ... .. 21 of SWVi ,
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Lot 2 Bk 47 1324 L W 8. Myrl.Trowel Thols.......... 2.1.: PB 13 B-71 Bk 7 .High. . .Springs. . .M.nr.. .... 2926 N A Gilbert ................... 3.49 of" .i12. .".. .. 5137-1 Hazel G Penny .............. 4.0 S i 1 41S PB tt E-44 of E.361.5.... .tt.of..Sec. ..3 4534-10 J E & Elizabeth Wood ....... 172.42.
13272WVi ... S SO tt tt of Lot 3
I! Lot 3 Bk 48 Abner Joe ..................
of Lot 3 Bk 50 Tax DB 2.8 SW o NEI. N of old hlway less Winecoff Plat DB 87-6 ..... 5141 f L .Margaret Williams .. .. ".1 less Lot 26 & S 168.7 I of W
1332 .... W 10 & W 2.3 of Sof 497.54 f of 10
319 13 Rose Y Homan .. 3.49 s 2 1
pg 1348 .. NE between old 8. new hi- 4.8... .._ .. . Sammie R. Hunter. _..... LI._ULot
Lot 2 Bk 59 Riley & Mattie Sheffield .... 24.27 633 u. -
Add .. ways less 1380 ft of new hlwavs WILLIAM SAMS S-D PB A123SVi 10 Seville Hgts 1 OR
Lot 4 BK A Futch-Clayton 95
PB A-124 1369 F Coleman ,. .. DB 358-34 also SEVi S Of RR 260 .. . .. ... 4547-10 J J 8. Mary Mixson ....... 4840
Lots 1 3 Bk H DB 325-127 .... 59.0 W 428 ft, 7 8 18, 65 ... .. 3035 J A & Alta Cain ................. 67.90 of Lot 9 less R-W DB N 144 tt of E 144 tt of SWVi

2 Add PB A.126 1372 Rose Y. Homan .. ..........,,. W 100 n of 5of NEVi between 350-124 ... -. ... ...... 5163 Mabel R Handy Heirs .... .... 22.73 SEVi of NWVi,.3 10 19 ...o. 6558-1 Sam I Anna Graham ........ 12.05
Fulchllyo of section house 34 new 81 old hiways 7 Lot 14 ... .. ... ...... ... 516 V Brown Jr .. .. .......... 2.8 10 acres per OR 174-414 4 10
lot S ot ACL RR run S 30 deg 8 18 ....' ... .".. 3035-3 J A S. Alta Cain .... ... .. 12.65 W 82 tt of Lot 2 22 11 18, 25 ... J & Rivanda Pierce ......... 19. 10 _......, .. .. 6 J W Dunwody Jr ......,.... ".n
B Brown N line Lot 31 Santa Fe pun ijp -n' 3043-31 W R .Mary Seville .... ....227.42 3 15 in Grt less R-W. W 14 chs of E 27.125 chs Lot
W E 744 f t J.30'1 E 196 ft Lots 23 Bk 7 18.2 2 11 18, 29 . 5181 Frances Dubois & Doris Grim .. 86.8 2 PB A-10 f 10 It, 16 .o. 6675 J A .Ernestine Taylor Sr .. 56.94
5 f E 272 ce 60 W Alachua Co Addn 1 acre s of Lot 1 In Grant. WVi of Lot 7 less W 50 f R-W 8
433 N n de beg t lots to deg York A-100, 10 S ell:. ? .. 3071 Helen & Rosa L Smith ....... 42.58 22 11 IS, _... .. .... 5183-1 C S & Gladys Lovvorn .. .... 63.3 less R-W for E-W acces Road
Beard Tim Williams & Nh of SWU of .S of Alachua Lots 11 12 13 Bk 7 Archer Hgts PB A.lo* 10 It. 6678 Charles Clifton Jr ....... .. 57.5S /
LESS 3 Slroble S-D 8. LaCrss Rd '.1 lot DB -3 No 2 PB C-3 ..... .. ... 5205 A E Barbee ....................3.19 210 of E 240 tt of W .
less lot OR 15.121 less Bk 8 Archer Hgts No. 2 of SEVi of SEVi, 10 It If, 6687-3 Mid State Homes .. .. .
less W-ly 3U. f.. of N-ly... 4.. ft. 1379 Abner Jones ..wr..;,... ... 12J7 OR 1 P 5& les Lot OR PB C-3 .... _._.... .. _..... 5206 A Miller ... ..... ......... .. 3.491, S 2.1 f of Lot 8 as pr OR In. ... 5.6
.t1lt of l.i u. Lot I per OR N '.24 chs of NEU of NEViless In-5 Swet S Lot DB.
C; r i" S i" 1911 less Lot per OR RR-W. 3 11 IS 16 ......3261 J H Weatherspoon ..... ....4.1 10 3J _...... 4700 Elsie Williams Heirs; ......... 40.44
E 750 S rn deg W 1812 less Lot as per OR SE 1 acre sq that part of Lot N105ftofS313ftofE210tt
PO f S 27W W 460 less Lot OR 136-308, 3 N of Rly I per OR 13. Of Lot 3, II 10 If . 4709-2 Mary E Mills 12.05
J f 62V1 to E 215 de N 27V 11 8 621 9.7 ... .......... ... 3129 Charlie & Mable Frazier .. .. 31.21 34 1 18 1 ....._......_..-5270-3 W J .Ethel Robinson .... 51.1 S 15 chs of N 3 chs of E '.3 .
E Ce N I deg W 115 ft o hiway I per OR W tt along RR-W of E 42 Chs o Lot 3 1 10 If.

ce ft to POB & less N 110 15-124. 1 8 IS ....._ .... 3129-3 C O 81 Frankie Whltfield ........ tt along RR-W of S 210 tt 9.45 ... ._...._. ......... 6712 Isabelle Campbell Heirs Rebecca
Lots 1 Lincoln I Gardens 1 that of Lot 3 N of RR-W S .chs .. .
1379-1 PB part of N 57 chs ef 3 Longhorn 2547
t Of W 80 ft. 3 8 1 John & Sara Roberts .... .. 1.6 .J7 .. .. .. ._.. ... 34 11 1. ._.... .. 5270-4 Leroy & Rosa Robinson Lo
per OR 3 8 1 .. 137 B A Edwards ................. 31.1 President & Edith Myers .. .... 7.7 18 ... ... Jr 511 le N 210 ft of W 21 f.
a 12.2 .. Lot 97 Lin. olGardens PB W 498.3 Of E 1980 f of S 10 19. 6. 4712-1 Isabelle Campbell Heirs t Rebecca
Lot OR 3 8 Leona C Jenkins ........ f
Lot as per OR 128-94. 8 1 17 J W & Janie Hall ........ 6.62 E-0 ... ..........,... .. 3131-97 Joseph 8. Nettle Harris ..... 35J6 549.78 tt Of N'!" Of N .. 3 N 210 tt of S 1980 tt of W 210 I Longhorn .. .
Com as pr E of NE cor of Bk 1 137-5 .. 618 Com 280 ft N of SW cor of It IS. 6.29 520-4 James Robn ............ ".0 o Lot 3, 11 10 19. 1 ... _. ._ 6712-2 Andy fc Josephine Washington .. 5.6 1.6
Rg S Moore Addn run E 1 Eof NWVi NE o pve rd That pr S of River. 30 6 It 2VaNWU .. 523 Abner Jos ..... .. ... 5.0 S 15 f of N 3 f o E 2 f
SW-ly NWVi S 8. W of River
on to 7.
S 110 W 80 N 110 161 f rC e 2 f L
f 8 f .f f. 1379-7 John 8. Sara Roberts ..... of Eli of NWU 880 3 7 19. 6 5301 Abner Jones ........... ..... 141 .... .. _.... .. 1... 4743-2 Carl Rose ................ 1D.5
.1 SW of sec house lotS U6 f to FOB less R-W, 12 8 SEI4 of NEU less R of W. Co 420 tt N of SW cor Let 4
Com cor 8.S .. 5338 L R Mott .. ........ .
Of ACL RR run SE 480 ft II .. -. 3182 Thomas S. Edna McCray ......... $719.33. .. .... 2.9 N210ftE210ft5210ftW210ft
y NE of part of N'* of Lot 3 2.9 EVi of SE1 less RR-W, 1 7 as per DB 1J 10
RR to cot Gv
par Stroble with lot SW Strobl E .1 N W of SAL N 19. 74 .. .. _... ... ..... 5344 Thelma M Preston ..,,..,... '2.6 19, i .. 47...:... 4752 S & Fannie Knight ............. 1.1
o 87 E Graded reed 13 8 18 ..... 3195-1 '. SWU of NWU W of Road, 9 7It Lot DB 370-254, 12 10
SW Afioer .. .
ft to Jones .. .. I
line NW 345 135 ft NE 87 ft SE f Tat part of SWU of NEVi .. .. 40 34 ....... ._......... ..... 5345 L R Mott ._.. ... ........... 27.01 1'. 7 p....... .... .. .. 675J A &Barbara Bore....... 11J4.70
part of SEa of SWU SWU W of SRD 23
at SW
f to York beg Beard also com lot run S cor lying between SAL R- NW t 7 ; 30.5 .-,,............ .. 5350 Thelma M Preston .......,..., 5-44 Com at NW cor Grt N U
60 3 new ACL R-W less old ACL EU of R-W & EVi deg 15 min E Nip to POBN
W 63 ft S deg N ls
deg C R-W. 13 8 1.. 1 .. ....... .. SW 114 .... 5442 J Heirs ........ 16186 33 deg W 361
N 30 deg E 63 ft N E.3. ." 3196-1 Abner Jones ..................... S.29 0 1. .n. Wil 3 mi f N .
W 132 n being N 210 ft of W 208 f o E l 3 ar I SE of NEU o 57 deg 4 mil 3 f 15

I Strobies Quarters lot 1380 V S Sis ...........,......... 31 Of SEU, 14 8 18 ... ..... 3210-2 J M & Christine Thomas .... ...... 91.14 :f per DB 42 pg : $:, E McGInnis deg 3 S 1 .
W 96V* n from N1SOftofW12f6ftofNE1of 7 19. 3 ... ... ....... .. .. 5457 T Smith 8. G deg min W 182 to PIle
Co S cor 27 of deg Bk 27 D Whetstone NWU, 14 8 18 .................,.. 32U M Kite ........ ........... J7.01 S 140 yds of E 140 yds o NWU Banks .I Holr Trustees .... 4.23 com at SW I o
run S I deg W EU5.foW42noN Ole o SWU 26 7 19. 4 ... ..._.... 5461 Collies Porer .. ., .... .... 2.1 tra N 33 de 3 min 83.25
48U ft An 125 ft N 27\ deg E 15.f NW. 1 sV of NE1 o NEU less R-W POB deg 30 min "
44'4 n W 125 beg. 3215-1 Thomas t Theresa Meeks .... f Of W 300 tt, W115.13ttN43dog33minE242.94ftS15deg34minE
I N210ftof E 210ftof .. .2 27 7 el, 5475 R H Barbara Turner Jr ...... 21.1
3 8 1391 Gladys T Wright .. ..,,....... SJ9 NW 2 .
1 Intersection of N of Of NWcf NW08 32 That part WVi of SWU lying 115 f S 6 de 37 mi W

I I Com Magnolia SEU of SEU St with E S run li S 27 of 14 1 .. . 3225 R E & Mayola Brown ........ 3.1 between Springs old Road Worthington 8> Gais- 207.3. I to 10 1 6779 L .Eloise Waits .......... 14.1

el 42* E 210 COLLEGE HEIGHTS P8 Eli ,11 Worthington ROBBINSWOOD PB E-69
ce W 27 210 f E 210 n deg N tVA of RR DB 160-416. Lot 3 Bk B .. .. ..' .. ... ... ... ''7.3 Terry 8. Bobbie WingoSWU .......... 50
L.
f W 210 n to beg. 3 1'7 .. 138 Effte N Webster Heir ........ 12.31 Lot 11 Bk A ................... 3233-11 Walter 8 Elsie ..._. 27 7 19. 12 .. .. 547 JW. & Mildred Harris .......... 97.84 of SEU o NWU, 110
de 3*J4 19. ... ... .. .
Mid 10Com
I 81 Southslde Tor r E7575B Lots 36 37 3233-36 Jerald 8. Willie OOttN8.Sby300ttE8.W . 67 J Alexander Heir .......... 1.6
.. 1408-81 Modem Homes Construction Co .. n.9 Lot 16 Bk C 1.A.:::::::::::::::: 323516Urt Investments of "County. 26411 in NEU of SWU as per 13 tt W .4 ft S of NE
'nat.
I Lots 162 163 Southslde Terr Inc ...... ... 444 less part leased c SEt r 6 d W
E.7S75B 1408-162 Ray Mary Spsnca ............. 56 S 4 1 Bk D ... ......-. 3JJ6-S Roland 81 Barbara. King Jr. ......... 31 &SBr.Brown 27 7 19 ... S505 LaCrosse Growers In....,. 155 along RR-W-, S 3 f E
W 110 of 18 19 4.6 car Met 45* f N to POB. if,
Bk G f....Lt. .........2. .2 3239-18 Church lot o 0 t 4.14 ... . .. . ......... 6804 J E ti Albw Cr.......... 29SJ5
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Lots 558 I pr DB as 5 DB 8 DB S Lot S Bk H.................WELLS. .. 3240-S ADDN I"PB C-79 Ai J................. 5.6 2 E sec to line pub N road H S Wrights t I.n Com per.at OR NW 163-11 cor of thence property r. .

8. less lo pr& less DB- Lots I 1 1 Bk 1 .. ............ 3264 Carrie -M Welch ........ t lot W t NW. cot o Cr f J min 6 s E 10 f 3 '
21.10 Heir .31 tot S to DB .
181-437 8. Lots : ......... ..... 32M B . b 4 P d 3 4 s 29 f ,.*
less DB 297-279 les)DB l 9 Bk 3 ........... ......... A Call .... .. 3 27 ... .... 3531 J W &Mildred Harris ......... d 1 54 s '. j. }%,'>fc--

270-168, .".. .. .. 1416 Luveta Cannon .... .... ... 16J5 10 Bk 3 ..................... 3 Rheta. Wiiha.. .. .'... 28 SWU o1NE1' less 2"K"i. 107 3 4J ft I Ge$9 min sec ''
Com 60 fs'ol7 cor of Stro- Lot 17 Bk 3 .............. .. .. 32$6 M Wilia. ......... .. 3. SW 2 f W 981.24 ft S deg 59 min 54 '
bles run W 132 ft S15fEI32ftN7Sf1.31 LEROY ADDN I 21 sie. 27 19, .. 5537 R H 8 Barbara Turner Jr .... 6142 sec W349ftN59min6 .f.
Lots 8 21 3* 41 47 C-l SE. of SEU less 200 I RR-W. s W 338.97 f thence run $ .

1421 j Jones ..... ..'. : .. 4.69 61 626 1 6 1 6 6 47 ... .4.6' 3316-8 Church of God by Faith ,__. 28 7 19. 3 . 5543 J W .Mildred Harris ........ J4.87 deg 5 min 5 sec to POB i "
acre sq of NWU of SWVi, Lot .... ................ 3316-18 Mortgage 29.15 That part Bk 42 lying S of 4D 11.19 .. *8Cl-4
SJ71. 11. 1 1453-2 Modern Homes Co 74.06 !Lot 1 ..... ..... ... 3316-11 Sret Bettye Inv.sr. .Co 37.10 Sins Mil Branch Ways Addn SVa of SEU of S.E..l.i 'of NEVi R B ft Sarah lr III \*.,,... 100.84

E 260 ft of W of S ContrClo Lot .. .'................... 3316-12 I Prince Jacob Hefi. ..... 4.22 LaCrse. 7 19 5554 J W .Mildred Harris .......... 4.0 less 1-75 1 10 19 ill 4815 j weEt AI. .-,,..... 1174210ftofS$34ftofE

N of 100 NWw ft of E$100 6D tt I Of 8 SWVi 17,a Of I 1453-10 Nellie B B.rtlt ....... 5.43MidState :Lot lots U 26 28 ..................................... 3316-26 3316-14 Abner Church o G by Faith ............,.. 52.08 4153 !B ,42 45.I If Ways. .Addn. ..LaCrosse .. 5557 J 1 Mildred Harris .... .... S4.82. Sf. o SWI 1 19 420. 2 I. 4141 G. Tiny Webb ............... 11-44.

NEU 7o. 17 1470-1 Homes Inc ..... .. .. 80.47W I Lot 4 ..................... Nolan .Jo Rebecca Robinson .. $5.03 PARK PB '
rre F. 10' 17 ....... 1484-12 J t Annie Pauls .......... 1.1 .. .D 34-7-19 DRIG'LCROSSEBi ARREDONDA 81 :

2 ft o109 264. Southslde Duke & McCetl 14-8-18 DOWNING ADDN PB C-7f-itc 30 H ft less of 4 1-3 ft of of S Bk side B .. .... 5511 R H" Barbara Mildred Harris ..... '.3 I Lot 3 8k A.... .... ... 6861-3 Marilyn : Gray ....;,, ,. 2.19
wives Lots 2 Turner .... .. .
E-75-75B ... 14.2 ... 31. Lot 1 Bk 4 ..... 3347 Annie B Campbell ............j NEU less RR-W 8. less 'E Jr 21 I I1f Lot 4 Bk A ......_... ..... 686M Evelyn IqS .............. 2.03
LoU 30 31 32 Bk 5 TamlamlHgtS I' Bk 52 Wooley Addn 5.1 I' "i' I Lots 21 Bk D .. .... P ............. .
Na 1 ra ....... 1539 Mildred S Bcehier .. -: .. .. ................. R ... .. .... Of N 210 tt of SEVi of i. 2 ..... 6lpa .
I Al.,174 ... ... 34 318 Hut .. jja : \of NWU, 32 1 19. 191 ..5421. J W 8. Mildred Harris ..../' 16 ( age. 15)t






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DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT 2 Bk 10 ..... ...... 8879-20 J O 4 Ruth Poteet ... ....... 28.5'' S 10 ft of N 248 ft of W 310 .
I Lot 96 Less W 120 f of Bk 8 Rg 7 W of Branch ..... 14714 Kay F Hancock .................
M 354.4 ft of NEW of Rd Lots 17 18 Bk 11 ............. 8880-17 W" Dennle Ham Jr ..... .. 129.0 50 tt ....... 13 Leroy 4 Rosa .... 11.7 WVi of Lot 51 Porter Survey 5.6
Lot 8 Bk 12 Forest Park N ITO'tt E ft of Lot 101 ... J M.lpur. .. I PB A-47 .. ... .. ....... 14878 Ruby H. KHIinger
less N 294.4 n of NEU 21 It PB C-45 .........._.. ... 8960 Mrs. K M Williams .. 56.94J o 6 NEW GAINESVILLE I PB t.rde ... 7.3 E 140 ft of Lot 2 4 a strip of ...... 161
19 ....' ... 6866 Ernest Sheffield .................. 5.16 OR .. Bits
I 127'ft of N 2j S.6ift Of tiE; Lot 11 less part I per Lot 1 Bk 1 Replat 1 2tB land 21.4ftE6.WbndNby

E W a i of of Rd Lot, 21 7 Arredonda 10 19. 6 .EstatesPB ......".. 6849-5 J D 4 Betty Adamson .......... 22.73 104-324 PB -Forest---..P.r.....-.Far-......- 1&1 A & Marian McNellis ... 2 C-84 Bk 2 "i'i.t''Bk''I'', 11363 Willie & Annie Williams .... 7J7., ST EbyLotIWbyLot25by 5 Line of Lot 2 extended

E-84 .......... ......... 4878-7 H H 4 Betty Bramlett .......... 129.65 I Lot 7 Pine Creek .. 170 C-84 .;. 11372 Edna S Williams .............. 56 East Leonard S-D Lot 5
W 44 of Lot 9 Arredonda Estates : PB E-64- .. .. ..... .. 8966-7 E S &Bernice Haney ........ 215.19 PB A-44 ....... .... ..... 14942 J L 4 Ruby Sanders 973.16
PB E-84 .. ....... . 6878-9 H C & Doris Terrell _.......... 12548 Lot as per DB 242-476- 30. Lot 4 Bk 7 11423 Louise Lewis ... ...... 11.45 Lot 1 Bk 1 Washington Hgts ..
Com at Vi ml post on E line run 9, 2 .. .. ....... .. ... .. 1984 H J & Miriam Dauphinee ....... Lots 10 11 12 13&\Y5i." PB A-11S ..... ........ .. 14961 R D 4 Martha Minerd .....
N 12 chs W 12'i chs S 12 ORMAN LEIGH EST PB E-49 2.7 I of Lot 14 Bk ........... 11474 W E & Lona Doster .,,..,... 185.25. Lot 1 & Soy of E 10 tt of Lot 3 .. tO.2

, chs E i2Vi chs All less lots sold ......... 9004 Bk 2 Washington Hgts PB
to 21 10 0 0 & Louise Annis .. ..........
1 19. 15 ... .-.-.... b.. ... 6900 T J Helen Davis ..... .. 51.74 I Lot 8 .. .................. 90 H C & Peggy Baker ........ 693.6. NVi of Lot 7 Bk 14 ........ ... 11493 J C 4 Edna Williams ...... 116-23 A-115 . . . . .... .. 14965 Ruby H Killinger ... ..,... 27.6
Lot as OR 4 OR & Lot 10 .. ..... .. S 220 tt Of W 141.9 ft of Lot
per C & .....
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.. Betty McKinney 120.51
163 pr .. SVi of Lot 7 Bk 14 ... .. ... 11493-1 J C 4 Edna Williams ........ 64.904X52 1 30 Less S 10 ft to City Spencer
21 10 Lot 17 ........ .... .. ... 9004-17 0 0 & Louise Annis ........ 231.70
161.58. B & Ruby Richardson .
e. 6CW .. .. ...
pr OR 161-150 21 10 19 69C- Simon Ellenor Richardson ... 67.6. lot 1 ...................... 9004-18 0 0 & Louise Annis ......... 176.10 120 tt of W 60 tt Of Bk .1 .. .. 11505 Lome Lewis Heirs ...... 432 i Replat DB J-4 .. .. ....... 15175 P W & Page Peck Jr .......... 3.f
.. .. .
& Lot 6 Bk 21 W 50 ft of Lot
4
3 Lot 4 Bk
per DB 168-225 less lot : ------- - t F

I per DB 2617& less lot asLotper Lot 25 ...... -"........... 9O2 0 0 & Louise Annis .. ...... 321.51 Lot 2 Bk 24 .. .. .. . .1&D'V: Hri:.:::::::::: l ;I Westfield PB A-67- . .. .. 15234 H L Carter ............. .... 22'.0

I OB 10pg19.145Z9 .409 T J &Helen Davis .......... Lot 32 less W 2 tt ..... .... 903 0 0 & Louise Annis ... .... 338.62 Lot 14 of 17 Lot IS 19 14 Bk. .2. .les. N 11556 Menia R Raines ............ E-ly 30 ft of Lot 4 DB 298-156
as per DB 310 2 247 Lot .................. 0 0 & Louise .......... 235.97 1 80 ft 23 & Lot 5 Bk 3 Forest Park
10 19 .-. ... .. 4948 Oscar 4 Ollie Davis ...... .... 27.01 5 9005 Anis Lots 5 6 7 8& E 10 tt of Lot Replat PB C-3 .......... 15257 F D 4 Mignon Upchurch Jr 446.74
Lots 20 21 as per DB : 96. E 10 ft of Lot 17 4 Lots

R Iceland* 3:2' 4973 w c & Lucille Cusfiman ....... 3544 Lot 56 ............ ....... fO5 D W & Sharon Pridgeon ..... 231.70FLORIDA IS 19 Bk 26Lots ..... ..... .. 11560 C Lloyd T &&Evelyn Newr... ............618.15 22.13
Com 246X42 '8.r. 24' cii s' of Lot 6 ...................... 90 Mar E Kimmel .. .......... 278.74 5 10 Bk 31 ........... .. 11536 Rose Y. Mar .................. 5.03 Lots 124 part of Lot 8 as per
Lot Bk ................. 11616
NE cor W 6 chs Lot ..................... 908 & Marion Greene ......... 5.0 1 3 W E Hunt .... ........... 86.29 DB 303 Murrey Hill CourtPB
Bk 42 ...... .. ..
E Lot .
10.03 S 4 Chs. 27 10 19, 6 6976 Reuben Mims .. ........... Lot 5 Bk B Walter Baynard ". 16 15432
Com 1 hE&12 E' 53 Lots 5 6 7 Bk 43 ..... ._.... C J &Mildred Bush ...... ..... 16 R D & Martha Minerd ......... 228.62
chs S of S-D 1 PB E-4 .............. 015-S H W & Erma Cobb .. ..,,... 112.55 Beg at NE ear of SectionS i run
co of Lot 1 Barden Plat DB PARK NO 4 PB D-5 That part of Brooklyn Ave S of on E line 252X3 ft N 85 deg5minW335ftolntptrunS
I E 294 tt S 394 t W 294 tt S line of South Third St & E

1 N 2.7.396 I to POB, 2 10 19, E 111.87 Of W 335.61 ft Of Bk o W Line of Bk 47 & W 5 ft 525 ftN 85 deg 5 min W 473 tt
.. ,,., 6tl1 t Lot 1 & Lot 2 Bk 4700
Nancy DeBose B 6 & N of same & S of N4deg33minE526ftS85deg
E 12 of 13i'Banks Survey & AAcCray 3.2 trac 36260NVi .. .. ... .. . Elks Loge
cli' T'i N SRD Drainage easement 1670 Universit Cit 5 min E 429 ft to asp
In 1-57 28 10 It. . ... ....... .- 12.1 b
2 9138-3 S. 0 & Mary Reichert ......... DB Clinch PerNE.GoviofPlatlot
12 7020 George Fair ....... ... ...... 7 Bk C C.5' of Lot 1 Bk A Lakeway 16.16. Gr
of Lot
SE-ly l"i-i chs"of"a t3"B' 'kS ? 233 Lot as 6 per& p.r Snow S-D I Groves PB C-14 .. .. 11705 Lillie B White ................. 46.26. 18' 4 .Lot 19 4 SWVa 15498 T J &Helen Davis ........... 331.31
98-50
Survey in S 28 1-57, Unit 1 PB .. ..... 941 H A Carlie Laskey.... .. 134.53 S 42 I Of Lots 2 3& N 1 ft of Lot Addn
10 It, 4.7 7035 Joseph Duncan ,, .. ... & Of E 25V'a ft Of Lot 12 & 18 2 Lvingsto
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Part of Lots 7' 8"a'pr DB 79348 145 GLENNWOOD PB B-27 ft of Lot 13 Bk C LakewayGroves 03 iy' -- - -- -' 15520 Dorothy L King ................ ...51
PB A- Lot 7 Bk 3 ............. .... 9253-7 W S & Martha Wilson ........ 45.6 PB C-14 . 11717 W P 4 Shirley Gibson ............ 92.34 loB4 Bk ; rsli' Gardens
113 Smithr &Surey N of a line Lot 6 Bk 5 . ... ... ...... 9256-6 LEI Lois Jones ..... ...... 1.7E Lot 2 Bk 6 Waits SoD PB A-I4 11800 Susie White .. .............. 11.45 DB.. i's 15569-4- Mary ,A Roth ....... ..
255-369 .
4
from- NE to SW cor of S 21 Lot 4 Bk 9 Waits S-D PB A-I4 11805 Nina Edwards ...... .... 1.4GOODMNS LoBas per 31.2
10 19, 5EV 7G48 Ed ..... .. 20 ft of Lots 7-8 Bk F I fBI 290-153. 8 10 20 15677 P W Joye Duke .......,....
of NEU! o.NW;. .less 'R-W Kelley .. .. 4.9 Pine Park PB B-" ......._ 9333-1 AD&Janet Fagan ............ 9.9 ADDN PB A-21Va I lot com at A stk S .54. & 10.0

& SVi of NWU les R-W 4SWU Lots 4 5 6 Bk C InglesidePB Lot 7 Bk C .. .. .. .. V Barber .... .............. 13.5 deg W 210 I fro SW cor of
t of NEU 31 19, 140 7060 C S & Ruby Rose Sr .. .... C-2 .. .. .. 9356-7 J L & Ruby Sanders ...... 912.30 Lots t 23 Bk C ... .. .. ... H841 V Barber .. . ........... 4.1 Duncan run S 36degE210ftSS4degW210ft
Lots 12 Bk G & In 28.2 Lot 32 Spring Park No 2 Lots 19 20 21 24 26 Bk C 11851 Melvin & Edelphia Barber .... !
Community S 3IPa.N3 7084 A K Beatty ......... .. PB C-92 . ........ .. .. .. 9441-1 A 4 Felicia Druash ... ...,... 22.7 Lots 2 D 2... H863 Melvin 4 Edelphia Barber ....103.3 N 36 deg W210ftN54deg
wok of ".2101 less 'E" .. 5.6 J S BAILEY ESTATE DB K.20 1 1 DOIG ROBERTSON ADD DB N-486- E ::o ; 10. 20 . 15431

144 yds N & less 120 N152ftofE93.16ttof Lot 3 Bk 1 Rg 1 . ... "872 S W & Lena Wilson ... ... 86.29 Lot : 7 2 I..L otas Gainesville Development Co 3145.
-tt RR-W 31 1019.16 ....... .. 7087 C S & Ruby Rose Sr ... 34.03 Lot 9 : . ....... 9440 W R &Ollie Carter ...... 12.6 S of Lots 3 4 .p. D \ 10 15682
WVa of NWU, 32 10 19, 80 .. ... .. 7093-1 J H & Virginia Hudson ............. 77.73 S60ftofW55ftofLot11& 10 I 4 Rg 2 PB A-Tha.. ... 11975 Byron Reber Jr ..... ..... 300.73 st ef .;n20M-lsSu.r. P W & Joyce Duke .. .... .. 1.0
NEVi of SEU 4 EVi of NWVi S 60 ft of Lot 12 less R-W S SD ft 27 28 Thomas as per DB

Of SEVi. 32 10 19, 60 .. .. .. _. 7099-1 JC Taylor ..................... 56.94 Jenkins S-D of NVi of Lot 11 .. 9653 W A & Ruby Barnes ..... 100.31 S-D Bk 4fRLg0'$2 PB A-1 .. .. 11991 W H & Eleanor Robinson Jr 10X99 75 ft Sq in SE cor to JuliaJackson
Com 51 chs E of NW cor run E S ft Of N 550 ft Of W 200 in NVi 20 .. .. 15482-1
I 9.42 chs S 5.31 chs W 9.4 chs JOf Lot 1 Bk 12 .... .......... 9673 P M Heckard Sr. ............... 48.40 W H WAITS S-D PB A-15 SVa of acre d" b- Colclough I I J H C.mpl ...........,. 1.1

N 51 chs I per DB 1913 N ft S 618.2 tt of GAL 3 page 1 .. .. .. 12051 Ezekiel & Willie Hodge ...... 124.78 to Sophie Hito N of WarrenMissouri
acre per DB Lot 1 kOf1 :. .. .. ........ 9680 W G & Helen Busch .:....... 30.0 Lots 1 18 B Estate ... 2 10, 20 .
I .. .. .. 12053 Hurd JB 152 P W Joyce Duke ..
3 10 19, 4 .. ._...... ... 7)13 Emma Washington ... ... ... 3940 S 140 ft of N 4.f of Lot 16 Lots Bk 22 D Bk Being B. 137. ft.E.4 .W Jenny 1.7 Parcels 1 2 as per 258-80-81 & ...... 14.75
I loss Lots sold, Malore Gardens W of RR Le 150 t of S Lot 2 12069 Rosa Thomas .. ..... 54.82 less parcel to ACL in OR
: OR 52-104 ... ... ..... 7134 Malore Gardens Inc ........... 1051.31 SO tt . ... .. ... ... .. 9787 W W & Dorothy Browning ..... 403.97 on S line 4 169.3 t on RR L 127-553 Also 2 parcels fro
\ Site IS M+lore Gardens OR 52- Lot 1 Goodman S-D ROPER ADD DB J-550 ACL as per OR 127-552 8. .

fl, 104 .. ... .... .... 7136-15 J R Graw .. ..... ............ 45.50 PB A-87- .. . .. .. .. ... 9792-1 J L & Nina Hall .............. 74.0 Lot 13 Bk 3 Rg 1 less N 140 f of .. .. ...... 5g.5/ 15635
MACKEY HUDSON TRACT DB J-904 Replat of Lots 1 2 of of E 60 4 less S 70 ft of E f...12086 Abner Jones L: OR111.121B,10, 0 0 4 Louise Anis .......... 969.71
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.' VVVi o Lot 21. 20 acres .. ..... 714 A E & Miriam Greenfield ...... 214.59 Bk 18 Lot 19 . ... 9840-1 L A & Arlene Whiting ...... .. 27.01 N % Lot 15 Bk 3 Rg 1 .. 12091 Levl & Lucille Washington ..... 7.1 .s.Pj.. .. 15486-1
i EVa : Lot 21. 20 acres .. .. 7149-2 Armenia C.ssel ...... ......... 39.24 S 50 f of N 290 f of E 100 S 100 ft of E 50 tt of Lot 13 Bk 5 AI ...... 16.32 c at 'svi cor CC & "a'in P W 4 Joyc'Duke ....... 52.6
S 4. ft of N t chs of Lot 26 E Lot 19 .. .. :... ... .. .. 9859 R L & Sarah Ector .....,.. 163.86 Rg | .. .. 12104 Dorlnda Henry Et... .. ...... St run S o Main
of hiway 3.1 acre . . 7158 R D & Martha Minerd .. ..... 4931 t HILLS ADDN PB A-71 NVa of Lot 8 Bk 4 Rg 3 .. .... 12169 Susie B Clark 124.7 W-ly o 40 St 340 ft to P08Son40ftSt113ftWdyon40
S 145 ft of N 825 I Lot 26 E N 100 ft Ot E 100 ft of Lot 1 Bk 2

of Mway ... .... .. ... .. 7159 J H &Eula Steadham ... .. 262.24 W 140 ft of Lot 27 .. .. ........ 9905 J B & Alene Rivers ............. 49.1 Rg 4 ... . 12183-2 K & Gloria Broyles ........ 3U2MCDOWALlS ft St 10 ft N-ly on 40 ft St -
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8152 of N 473 of Lot 26 Lot 34 N of E Boulevard 134 ft 40 St 130 to
t I E-ly
......... 210.31 o f I
E of . . A-135 12326 Agnes J Dembek .
liwa. .. 7159-1 R D & Martha Minerd ..... 257.9 Lot 89 Highlands PB POB less E-ly. 50 I OR
Lot not Included o Less E 31 tt ......... ... 9910 .A K Stringfellow Trustee ...... 50.2 520 ft Of Lot 4 4 N 40 tt Of LotS 8, 10, 20 ., ,, ,,, ,313,. 15686-4 Monson
plat Sheppard Estate OR 71 S3 Claude &Mary Sheppard ...... 2.61 Bk A W R Thomas Addn Com at NW cor of i t.d s .I In & Walden '. 10749.
That part o S o Lot 17 DB 296-248 4 in DB
& N of S '. chs of NW on RR 189.2 3180run

W '.6. c Lot 17 I des Lot 8 & 30 tt adi on E sideN3lSftofS63OftofE200 PB A-62- .. .. .. .. ...... .. 12398 H W & Thelma Fulwood ..... 108.87 to 4 tt St 180 f -I par par to
In 224-461 Serenola Lot 10 Bk F Highland Pines 40 St 128 150 tt toPOB
480. 7.$ acres ......... .,.. 71t5-l D L & Laura Tucker ....... 86.55H tt of W 240 ft of NVi less com No 1 PB 02 ....... .. ... 12432 W W & Clemmie Friedman .... 20.6 8, 10 I .W-ly.... ........ 15686-5
f.. Lot South Idylwlld OR 56-292 7214-26 H & Smith ........ 334.34 at HARRIS LAND RPT DB 256-241 P W 4 Joyce Duke ........ 87.15
2 Beatric NW cor E 5 ft SW-ly 7.07 Grt per Gov Plat ........ . ... 15702-2
Lot Chachala Park PB E-34 717.4 J D Pucket ................ 34.96 ft N 5 ft to POB for R-W as Lot. Bk A............... 12503 Mar Dunbar .. ... .. ..... 3'496 G D Ferber ............_.... 488.90

3 acres boded E by Lot 54 W by per DB 314-454 3 9, 20 ...... 9969 W F Fordham Estate ...... 238.37 Lot 10 Bk B ... .. ... .. ... .... 12514 Estella Sams ............ 13.55WSOftofEl50ftofS12lftof Lots 1234Bk46.Lots 1234 GREGORY ANNEX PB A.3
Lot
55 N & S Coleman
lan E 20 Of W 170 of S 150
I 5 6 Bk 5
Pattern Sur of Walls Blanding Resurvey

L Clinch Crt .................. 7237 J Hale Heirs .................... 1.1 ft NEVi 32 N 2. ft 20 of. .SWVi. ...of..... 10001 Mary Gillespie .. ......... 8.37 Lot PB 1 A-76 DB .285-74. .. .. Harris......Land.... 12516-1 J A & Lady Turner ...........'. 11.16 Lots PB 10 1-10 .Bk...5 .. .... 15723 The Dinsmore Company ..,,.. 66.10
......... Blanding Re-
100 ft X 161.14 tt OR Lot 2 Evans Addn PB A-72 .....12621 Ida T Evans .. .. 15.7
; per of Lot 12 & lot King Addn sure. PB A-102 ..... . 15727-10 J W Harrell .. ........ .. 20.59
174-464 9, 20 ... .. .... .. 10022-5 NVi 1 .
MI j Lot 4 B C Idylwlld PB D-f 70 L E Margaret Coleman .... 1248 Com /3 E of NE cor of W L & Mary Ussery .:.... .. 33.43 PB A-58 ... .. ..... .. 12637 Ale W Horne ........... .. 9.7 2 Republic Heights PB E-4' 15728-2 Henry Williams .......... 12041
W Main & Boundary Sts run PAGE 12 GOSS 1ST ADD PB A-34
NAPIER GRT DB 1-591 Com 438 tt S of SE cor of Lot 15 Bk A Less R-W Cecil ESOftofNOftoflotl Bk

Lot per OR 170-574 .... .. .. ..... 7275-1 Napier Civic League Inc ...... 30.69 igan & Virginia Ayes run Mich Heights PB D-3 ............ 12442 Ruth Starke ".05 S Rg 1 .. . .. ....... 15744-1 e & Camilla Bailey ........27.01
S 12.1 chs of Lot IX 2 acres ... 7297 CLi Virginia Dennison ..... 1.5 50 tt E 210 N W 210ft Nye of Lot 2 Bk 1 Rg 1 ..... .. 173 A A & Lois Byers .......... 43.52
Lts 2 Drayton Let 1 32 9. 20 f. 5. .f. .. 10052 L M Copeland .... .......... 23.93 E 50 t of Lot 3 Bk 5 Rg 1 ..... Earl Howard ....... .. ... 17.86
A J 18 acres ... .. ... 7299 E &Daisy Ward ...... ,.. 10.9 Beg 325 ft E of Intersectionof WVi Lot 4 Bk S Rg 1 .. ... 15746 Earl Howard ..... .. .. 32.83
SVa of 3 less N 210 tt of W W line of Sec with N Co: 177 ft S 4 175 f W of NW EVa of Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg 1 less S
210 f Drayton S-D Lot 14 PB line of Ave run N cor of Lot 12 41 New 5 tt of E 55 I of NEU Of Lot

A.3. 4 acres ... .. .. .. 7310 W & Harriet Richardson .. .. 40.< 135 tt Hampto N 425 W Gainesville W 40 tt S 188 ft Bk 5 Rg 1 ... .. ._ ... 15746-1 Essie M Williams ......... 27.61
N tt of W 210 f of SVi of 210 N lI ft E 630 t S E 40 tt N 188 t to POB Less S35ftof E 5 I of NE>4 of

Lot 3 Drayto S-D Lot 14 PB 325 I W tt S 375 f W R-W 4, 10 20 .. .......... 12727-4 Allen &Catherine Span ..... 15,9 Lot 4 Bk 5 .. .. .. .. 15746-2 Richard & Ruby Lang ..,.. '
1.3 1 .. ........ ..... 7310-1 Sale Davis ......_.".. ... 16.9 13 ft to 17 Less OR 236-612 N 50 ft o W 100 tt of S 100tt .9

N2loftof NEU,E210ftofW44ofN64' 29 11 19. 80 .. . '. 7435 Simmons Heirs ......... .. 52.0 33 9. 20, 5.7 .... ......... .100M Pauline Bran Executrix ...... 7.38 W 10ftof of E55ftof Bk 4 Rg 2 .N53ft. .. .. 15759-1 Joie & Ruby Green ..,. 7.2

30 11 19 1 ... ..... 74501SWVi Surety Mortgage Investment Co .. 3.49 HIGHLND HEIGHT PB Com: 346ftS6.231ftWOfNW of Lot3&SSOftotN 100
of SEVi of SW31 1 Lots 10 1 Bk C DB 299-483 .... JR 4 Ruth Bynum ........... 90.56 corn of Lot 12 Bk 41 New ft of W 50 ft of Lot 3 N 10
19. 10 .. .. ..... .... 7458 Susan Street .... ,... 2'.1 Lots Lots ,73 9 112 H : ... 10317 A.. Felicia Druash (Alex) Gainesville run W 50 ft N 180 ft of S 100 ft of W & of
EVa of SEU Of SW'.. 31 1 4 4 ft of i. 15.7 E 50 S 180 4,10,20 .... 12730-1 Maryetta Williams ............ 17.52 Lot 3 Bk 5 Rg 2 .10. ..f. .. 15764-1 Richard & Lang ...... .
f f
19. 20 .. . .. ... .. .. 7464 F B Long & Sons In........... 1.4 15 Bk L .. ....... ... 10337 J A & Marian McNellis ,.. 52.68 t W 55ftof E ft of N55ft Ruby 1.1
Nib of Lot 7 S of River, 18 7 NE.4 of Bi 5 Rg 5 ........ .... 10360 B J & Mar Bounds .. ........ 7746 of Lot 3 Bk 10 Rg 2 ... .. 15765 H Arice Gamer 22.73

2* ........ ......... 7491 Lucille W Shaw .. ............. 9.91 Lot 3kC .... CAROL. ESTATES P8 1 Lot S Replat of Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg & ....
.. .. 10603-23 Bernard & Faye Silverman ... 218.87 Com at SE car lot 8 Bk New 2 PB .
Lot 6 Bk D ............ ... 10604-4 R 4 of32W100; 15766-5 S J 4 Mary Johns ... 27.01
S & Ann Norris ............ 52.0 Gainesville run S 620 ft 210 E 50 tt .ft. f.L t.3 .. ..
E ems of Lot '* 1ST ADD CAROL EST PB E.51 I N 620 I W 210 t 4. 10 20 ... 12733 Melvin & Edelphia Barber ... 228.62 Bk 1 Rg 3 .. .- .. . 15771-2 & White ..
Nli: rSJf 61 ..!*....... .. 7506 James Roberts &Laura Gilmore 44.26 Lot Bk B NEU of Lot 3Bk2Rg3&S Ray .. .... ........ 20.5
EVa Let" 10 & of Lot 2 .. .. .... 10608-25 J W & Arline Wester .....,... 34.94 N51ftofS112ftofW82.Sft 50 ft of NW'ofLot3Bk2Rg
Bk K ....
Lot Si of Lot 12 less land .... 10618-1 J J & Louise Maroney .... 257.36Lot of E 122.5 ft Being Lot 20 4, 3 .. .. ........ . ... 1578M J B & Dorothy Jackson .. .. 7193
of McAlIster 4 Hill Henley .. ...... .. .. 108.87 Lot 2 .
& 25 Bk K 10, 20 Canty Heights .... 1274420NWVi Harry Douglas Stephenson Replat PB

1972 SEVi 53 ...of.....SWU.... .. .E..Of... 7520-1 Abner Jones ................ 4.3 Lot 16 Bk N ... ....... ,............. 10618-25 10621-16 W W &G Lucinda& Louise Hostetter Gaston Jr Jr .......... 34.96 6.1 I of Lot 3 Langley Addn N\F.S Lot SEofLot3&1 Bk 3 Rg 3 ..E24ft... . 1582 Raymond &Latha Stephenson 12.05

Shaw Fence, 2 7 20 9 .. ,. .. 7521 Mrs A B Shaw .... ...... 7.77 Lot ... .... ..... CAROL. EST EAST PB F-10 I DB ..... .. ... ......12756 J & Rosella Helton & J D White 31.29 of NVa ef SW'i of Lot 3 Bk 2
SEVi of SWVi. 7 20, 40 ..... ... 7536 A F Brazel ............. ......3.1 lot J ........... .... ... 10425-1 Carol Estates Corporation ..... 15.72 I P'30 Rg 4 less R-W ... .. .... 15806-1 & Lucille Mobley .. .
E 3.20 Chs Of W 42.20 chi of S Lot; 3 .... ......... .. 10425-2 Carol Estates Corporation ..... 15.7''N 53 ft Of W 111 I Of Bk 7 N'/2 Of Lot 1 Bk 4 Rg 5 .... .. 1527 Robr 4 Rum Green ... .. 19.0.
.. .. 10625-3 Carol .
X20 chs of N 12.20 chs of S B Estates Corporation ... 1.7 Ingrams Addn PB .. .. .. 12798 Hull & Raattama ... ....... 185.25 GOSS 2ND ADD
DB 30 7 20 1 .. 7554 & Cecilia V H T WASHINGTON HGT PB A-l PB A-34
S 3 p 32 Of NVi .Of. Sylvia Aldridge. .. .. ... .... .. Lots 1-2-8-Bk A... ........ 10474-1 Ceretha C-8 Young . Lot 5 & SVa of Lot 6 Parish ..... 69.78 Lot 6 less S 20 I Of E 200
70 yds Mills 4 Ella Drummond .
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6.2 Lot 17 Bk .. 3.96 I S-D PB A-107 ... ... ....... 12810 Hugh ft . .. .. .
B OR .. .. 15854 Eddie
Lot 1. 30 7 20, 1 .. ......... 7557-2 W F Irving ....... ........ 138.9 ... 10675-17 Nathan & Mazie Jenkins ....... & Ida Pons Sr ...... 112.55
N 1 acres of Lot 7 2.1..7592 Ezekiel Coney ............. Lot 4 5 Bk D ...... .._.... 10477-4- S L & Ferneise Nix ...... ,,. 64.90 Lot as per DB 311-174 ... Mathis .. .......... 146.16
3 3 30.6 r
Lots 12 13 Bk D ...... vJJg2EIGTHlsaBA Co
S ft Of W Of 10677-12 W Richardson .. .... 9.31
40 7. 30 7 20. TV. . 7562 Phillis Rawls Estate ........... 7.7 Lot 19 Bk D ............. 10477-19 D A & Mamie Davis ............. Lots1234&Less R-W Parrish NVi of Lot S-D 6 Bkl PB Lots 1 2 Bk 1 .... .. .. .. 157 & L.naste.... .... f.31
N 800 ft of S ft of W 705 PINE RIDGE PB D-32 1.4 Minnie D Wesley ..... .. 6.23 Lots 1 2 3 456 4 S'/ of Lots
.. . .
ft of Nla of 120 Elsie McGinnis ................ 14.15 Lot 1 .. .................. 1071 Marie Taylor .. .. .. .... 34.96 A-107 .. ... 12811 894 Lots 10 1 Bk 6 ....... 15894 A E & Ida Lancaster .... .. '0.47
NEU of NWVi 33 7,372.14..75&, .. ..... 751 A F Brazil ........... ..... 45.66 Lot 1 ....................... 10731 Richard & Thelma Cobb ....... 79.87 Com 149 tt Ave S of&SW Pleasant cor of Uni St Bk 7 less Lot 6 7 .......... 15897 A E & Ida Lancaster .. .... 3.6
f S210HotW210ftofSE4 of Lot ................. Charliemae Johnson Heirs .... 39.2. versit Lots 9 10 1 Bk S Tax DB
SE' 33 7 20 1 .. .. .. .. .... 7585-1 Modern Homes Construction Co Lots 505' ................... 10733-50 Brown & Cox .. . ...... 49.94 168.7 ft S 42.8 ft W 352 285 .. ............... 1590 A E & Ida Lancaster ... 14.15
2.1 Lot 52 .. ........ .... 10733-52 D A Clark & H S Lloyd ... 24.27 46.11 ft S 70: E 214.81 tt N Loy Buchannan .. . 845.68 Lots 7 8 Bk 16 ........... .. Alfred & Lillie Danzy ........ 58.48
j SE'i of NW'.:. S t 20, 40 .... .. 7636 L D Simons .. ... ........... 3.1 Lot 53 ........ .. ... ... 10733-53 Sunshine Homes Inc ......... 22.13 112.8 tt to S, 10. 20 .. .. 12952 &Morel Lot S Bk 21 .. .............. .. 15952.5 W J Richards .......... 7-17
S ft of N 525 ft of E Lot 55 ..... .. ..... .. 10733-55 G & Ella Cudgo . ...... 11.45 VEITCH ADD PB -
10 Lot 32, 11 t 20 ..... ..10.... 7134-2 Rema J C Anderson .......... 3.49 Lot 56 .. ............. ..... 1073356S7 S L & Nora Scruggs Sr ........ 47.80 Lots 1 21 ..... ......... 15954-18 Spearman Brewing Co ..... 52.0
S 105 ft of N 420 ft of E 420 Lot ................ ..... 10733-57 Anna M Ray .... .......... 3:96: Com ft S of SW cor of Arre 12 acres per DB 82.201 &
ft of Lot 32 11 9 20 .......... 7834-3 Virgil & Delia Robinson ..... 44.12S105ftofN3lSftof Lot 5 ..... ...... .. 1075 Willie Smith Sr .. ......... .. 17& Market Sts Run S 13'/2 acres DB 72-190 & Lot Per
E105 Lot ........... .... 10763 Willie & Janie Smith Jr ... 32.2 W 170 N 32.2 ft E OR 190-248 Less lot to Maxel
ft of Lot 1 9 20 ........... 7134-4 Quality Shell Homes & Supply Inc 44.12N 1.9 170 f to Beg I, 10. 20 .. . 13028 James & Minnie Alexander .. 19.66 & less lot DB 202-318
105 ft 3 lOS I Of W 420 Lots 66 67 1 .. ... ... .. . 10733-66 Cudgo & Gibbons & Jones .. I UNIVERSITY HGTS MB 104-10 lot DB 11 & less lot DB

ft of Lot 32, 11 f ..... ....... 73 Leonard &Mary Griffis ....... 35.56 Lot 3 Bk C Thos-Steenburg S-D .. 56.3 Lot 1 Bk .. .............. "141 W C & Ella Woodbury ......... 218.87 17-12 lot DB 287-120
W7Oftof E 1lOttof N210ft PB B-91 .. . .... .. ... 10785 WE& Willie Childs ... .. 7." Lots 2 3 1 ................ 13142 W C & Ella Woodbury ....... 334.34 lot DB 307-243 4 less
of SVa of Lot 2$. DB L-3 Lots 1 2 Bk F DB 28Thos lots 7 9 Bk 1 ............ 1314 W C & Ella Woodbury ........ 167.54 R-W & less Lot DB 343-248 &
W1105' 20 'tr018J25 Pioneer Finance Company.... 42.58 Steenburg S-D PB .. .. 10796-1 Victoria. Williams ..... ..... 37.70 Lot Bk .1. ........... .. C C & Sylvia PetersonUNIVERSITY .... .. 244.53 less 1 acre In SW cor OR 88-98
I ftof E 325Bof NSO f Ot S460ftof W95tt 1 1 PLACE PB A-77 Is not a complete des & less

ftof S'* of Lot 2 DB L- of E 15" of E Vi of SE!. Lot 16 Bk 2 ... ..... 13220 H M Reber .... ......... 34.96 lot per OR f3& parcels1A
I 1 9 20 .. .. .. . ... .. 7.325 C W a Sylvia Pryde ........ 49.0 OF SW ?. Being lot 5 Lot 6 Bk 7 ................. .. .. 13280 Medical Pharmacy Inc ....... 304.40COLCLOUGH 1 3 3 4. 1011159,10
S 10 ft of N 210 ft of W 105 Bk A Dixson Homesites 34, 9, S-D PB A-20 20 .. .. . ... .... 15955 Albert & Deborah

E315ttotS'hofLot25 20 .. ... .. .. .. . 10826-3 Nathaniel & Sadie Jackson ...... 26.67 Lot 1 .... ............. .. 13: 6 W Alexander Et AI .......... 71.32 Lot a per OR 103 9. 10. 20 15f 5 Albert & Deborah Washington Washington 321.11
i I DB L- 1 9 20 ..... ... 7836-25-5 J E & Bessie Baker .......... 40. W 70 t 210 I of N 210 Lot 61 Duval Heights 21 as per PB
" ft of of Lot DB L-633 10853-61 PORTERS ADD PB A-54 C-4 N 38 min W 22X14
I sV 2 Macoma Homes Inc ......... 3
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12 f ............ .. 732 Pioneer Finance Company .... 29.75 V. .ti e i iii .247 I Lots 29 30 .. .. .. ..... 13359 Estella Knowles Life Est .... 13.55 tt S W 893.82 ft to
.. ... ... 10858-72 Richard & Mildred Parker .... 27.01 Lot 40 Less W 50" ............... 13371 Leola Blakely .. .. ....... 30.69 POB S 3 deg W 197.93 ft N
C FAIRBANKS PARK PB C-2 4 r e e n AcresPB Lot 80 ..... ..' I339 J H & LOre Ricardso.... 28.55 14 de Mmnw210fN34
Lot 7 Bk C less R-W & Lots 010 ............. 10872-44 Ruby L Driskell ... .. .. 159.60 lot 84 .....1.I.!...! ... 13408 James Estela ........ 24.27 deg min 19 sec E 209.92 ft S38degE210fttoFOB9
1 19 Bk D .. .. . .. .. ... 7840-7 W H & Mildred Ellsworth ...... 5.63 JACKS SoD PB E-21 I Lot 115 .... .............13.51 C W & Mary ............ 351.45 ,

Lots 5 8 ........... ....... 10884-5 Ella F Wood .. .. ......... 197.48 Lot 116 .. ... .... .. C 4 Ruby Rose Sr ........ 364.28 .. 15956-2 Abner Jones
.. ; : ...
1 Lots 10 11 12 Bk G lea R-W Lot 27 ..... ........... .. 10884-27 E R 4 Katie Edenfield ..... 176.10 I MILLER ADDN B A-20 L tO'p.DB.20:3i: si.s .......... 3U12X73

& Bk J& Lots 1234 less Lot 5 ... ... ....... 108E4-S6 H T 4 Anne Hale .. .......... 197.48 HUH of W 50 I Of Lot 3. .. .. 13W Hamilton| & Johnson .......... 137.41 2. 15960 Isiah 4 Dora Norman .. .
j R-W & Lots 21 22 23 Bk N & PENNINGTON PB E-26 Lot 46 ... 1391 Diana Natiel Heirs .... .. 75.6SI ......

sts R.W bhe. .Bks_.....G.. .J.. .Nies.. 7.< S C & Helen Elwood ........... 82.27 Lot Lot 16 21 ............ .............._......... .10931 W W T T && Mary Mary Pennington Pennington ....,..... 26.41 26.41 CLot}S049. *. E. .*. .ft. .of.. .S'hof .. 13496 Maryetta Williams ..... 41.22 Lot 16 .BREEZY 15995-16 ACRES G PB W E-25 4 Cora Bass .......... .
K less E 100 ft I less S 47.
Bk & Lot 26 ...... ... ... 10S93-26 W T Lot 17 .. M
t SO ft . . .. .. .. 741 A R Webb .. ....... ..... 24.87 Lot 27 ..................... 10893-27 W T & Mar Mary pennington Pennington........ 22.13 2641 S-D of EU BROWN ADDN PB A-64. 159517 G W &Cora Bass .... ..... 17.1
BkKS.S$0ftof Lots S 6 Gaddy
E100ftof
W 150 I of Bk K ...... "".2 S C & Helen Elwood ...... 172.42 S 100 tt of Lot 4 less NEW W 151 GAINESVILLE PB A-6 PB A-100 Bk 1 .. .. .. .. 13536 Isabelle Campbell Heirs ..... 125.38 Lot Lot 34 13 Woodland. ...Park 15"53 G W & Cora Bass ........ 30.69

I PARADISE PB A-4 f & less R-W .... ... ... 10904-5 J W & Lillian Welch ........... 29.1T Lot 407 2 Also less par ft a of per S 59 DB ft 252-Of 110 PB tt D-51 X .. .. ... .... .. 16054-13. W T &Lllliemae Boone ...... .71.92J

S210ttofW 10 I of. .E315. .... F THOMAS S-D PB B-90 I N 152 tt of Lot 3 Jacks.Plat.. .. Geneva Stafford ..-.. ... .. .. 9.6 10, 10, 10..f. .pr. .OR. .. .117-34. ... 16077-4 F Meldred Barber I
'f "of Bk 4 ..... .... ..717 Febble Jenkins .............. 14.15 Lot 5 Bk A......... .. .. .. < G T Williams .. ......... .9.31 Of NVi PB A-79 .. W W'.: of NWof NEVi. of NEU & .. .. ..1.3
E
S 100 n of N Of of Lot run
3 I 10 Lots 4 5 Bk D ........... L E Hayes ,..... Com at SE cor 1 10 10. 20 2Va ... .. .. .. 16079 Menia
of Lot 54 .. ..... 7916-5 L K Evelyn Belisle ,...... & Mar 99.11 20.5 N 12 R C Raines ..... 174.70
.. N .
I 10.5"
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w of E 260 n of s 100 1.1 Lot 6 .. 10960 C ... ... ........... >.3i min E to A I ft Lot as per DB 216 10. 10 20 16080 C B 4 Lola Carroll ... ... .. 2..'
10 f
tt S2 I Of Lot 54 ... .-. ... 7914-10 M R &Helen Misner ....,.. .. 14.15 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A66N I W of the P whic 3.IS W 100 tt Of E 4 of S 17.0
'W 100 n 260 tt of S 10 I 320 ft of W 130 f of lot thence E to said NE cor S to ft of S'2 of SWVi, of

Of Lot 54 &W 10 n of E 12 less R-W DB 3646 .. 10968-1 Albert & Dicy Morgan ....... I the POB Plat of NVi of NEVi 10. 10, ..... ... 16090-3 B F &Paula Smit .. .. 1497

n of N 90 t Of 59 7916-14 J D &Llllie Glicco ........... 228.62 S 280 f of lot 12 S 40 2, PB A-79 Jackso Bk .. ... .. 13566-1 Abner Jones .. .. ... .... 10.7 Lot as per OR 57-561 10 10 20 16090-8 J E Iva ...,,..... 37.10
S 100 ft Of I Of E 100 ft of lJ I&less E 50 ft 10968-2 Barbara M Jackson ...... .. 33.43 E 36 of W 298Vi of S73 W 140 ft Of E 272 tt of S 165Va .

t of Lot 59 .2. .. ... .. 7161 J H & Eleanor Craven Jr ,... U.1 S 60 ft I Of W 130 tt t Bk 2 .- .f.. ..-. .. 13598 Ezekiel Willie Hodge .... 95.44 I Of NE'/i of SEVi 10. 10. 20 .. 16100-2 L S & Ollie Terrell ..,.. 3X43
HEIGHT PB F-6 I t of tot 13 ......... 10968-4 Miguel & Otelia Ruiz .... 12.05ROSEMARY E6OftofW42OftofS'52ft & I 115 Lincoln Estates
Lot 5 .... ......... ... 717C & Edna- Hopkins ....... 4X52 I PARK PB C-95 II Of N 207 tt Of SVi of Bk 2 "". 13599 Leola Blakely........... 44.12E71'ftofW262'hftofN PB F-19 .. .. .. .. .. ?. 16106-115 Lincoln Estates Inc .,,.. .. 31.29
,Lot 1 ....................... 71. L & Ruby Sanders . . 244.53 Lot 19 Bk A.............. .. 10973 M F Large .. .. ........ 60.62 I II Ridgecrest PB B-3 . .. . 16109 Margaret Hubbard ....... 7.7
Lot 3 ......... ....... 117.3 H H & Marlorie Daugher .... 47.8 Lot 2 Bk A ............... 10974 Lillie M. Lawton .. ...... 15.72 40Vi tt of SVi of Bk 2 DB 304- :Lot 1 12 bk 3 Ridgecrest PB
Lot ................ ..... ..._. 71.3 J L &Ruby ... Lot Bk D .............. .. 11010-1 C C & Altamese Fletcher ..... 1.4 439 13602-1 Alice Huddleston ...... 5.2 Los 4 Bk 1 Rleres PB
HAZEL HEIGHT ADDN PB F-14 2.0 I WAITES S-D PB A-142 I ESOftOfWSl4ftofN3Sft- ...... . ... 16111 Margaret Hubbard ....... .... 7.7

Lot 4 .................... 11H J A a Betty Howard ... .... 52.08 Lot 3 Bk 1 ..... ........ .. 11024-3 Addis 4 Louise King ... 56.34 Of Lot 1 Bk 3 .. .. .. .. .. .. 13608 H Gilbert .. ............... 47.44 I Lot 5 per OR 102 DevonshireHills
Lot I .................... 711 J L Ruby Sanders ........ 261.64 Lot 7 Bk I ............ .. 11026 4 Pauline Bowles ....... 11.45 EU Of Lot 2 Bk 3 .. .. ... 13609 Isabel Young ..... .... .. 82.01 11. 10 .. .. .. .. 14126-S G M &Geneva Beck ...... 27.0
Lot IS .......... ..... 711.1 R M Burns .. ........... 11.80Lot i Lot 9 Bk 1 .. .. 11026-2 Virdel Bertha Booker .. ....... 53.43 WVi ofEbiofLOt3Bk3DB S8chsofNllchsofW2OftofE
16 .............. ...... J L 4 Ruby Sanders .. ..... Lot 5 & lot 6 less S 10 319 229 .. .... 13613 J Mary Butler ............. 129.65 X30 ft less S tt of E 200
.261.6
Lot 19 .. ... ......... ..... 7tl8-lt T H &Carolyn Jacks Jr ... 261.6 i Bk 3 . ...... .... .I. 11040 Sarah Bradley Heirs Son ... E 5TVi ft of NVi'of"Lot" 4 & & tt 11, 10, 20 .; 16128 Armenia Cassell ............ 4.0
Lot 2 . ... ..... .. . 7tl8-20 J L Ruby Sander ..... 261.6 I & 5.0 E 32'4 of SVi of Lot 4 Bk 3 .. 13616 0 .. ........... 86.89 S 200 ft of N 1188 W 200 t
I of E J C Menia Raines .
250 tt .. .
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E 30' ft of N'i of Sof Lot I W4iN100offtlotof 7 Bk 3 .. .... .. 13428 / Canady ........ 11.86 20 16128-1 ROAD S-D a E-37 .. 416.2
Paradise PB 1702 H L &Norma' Brewer ... .. 7.77 Lots 3 4 Bk 4 ...... ..... 11047 Marie Marin & Oziedell E 5 ft o Lot 9 SVi 14 KINCAID
N 140 I of E t 7 I Riley ... ........... 37.10 Bk 3 .. ..... .. . .. 13630 Ezekiel Willie Hodge 129.65 ffl O. 4 E 11748 tt of
Floral Park PB .. .. 167 0 B & Katie Porter .. ....... 56.94 WI: & .. $ ... .. .. .. 16134-14-2 Carr & Pace 4 Wives ... .. 76.20
Lots 11 Bk F Jeru Park S-D of $
Lot 10 Oak Hill PB A-167-168 1010 G L 4 Bobbie Karel .... .. I C 1 .... Lot 6 FeMel. . .. .. 13643 ...... 6540 W 100 ft of NVi of Lot 3... 16134-34-1 S E Wilma Cash Jr ....... 5.0
Lot & N 2 of Lot Oak .. t.5! PB .... 11101 L H & Eloise Waits ...... 1.0 I PB A . Mary A Jones .... E 10 f of W 338 ft of < 14134-44-3 G H & Nelmarie Pent ..... 21
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1 PB 1.167.16 f .....:.. 1035-14 A J 4 Eleanor LeClair ...... 12.4 S 60 ft of N 390 f Of W NEW 120 GAINESVILLE PB A-66 I Lot PB 7 Fennl- .S-D. .of. .SWVl. . .. 13644 A A &Lois Byers ............. 22.7 E E 10 tt of of W 3" of Lot 16134-48-3 J E & Connie Benit ...... ,. 1".f
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MAGNOLIA PB D-12 of Lot 22 ... .... ..... 11108-3 Leroy 4 Essie Robinson .... 9.91 Lot 22 S-D of EVa of Bk S I NW 13 of SWU 11, I 2 16137 Mrs. Oran GUI .. .
HEIGHT 180 .. .. ... .. ........... .. 10 2 .. .. 3.5
...... N ft of S f Of E 120 ft PB A-22 .. ... 13701 Celia A Adams 4.4
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Lot 16 Bk A ... .101 PI Betty Austin .. ..... ... 1155Lot ..... .. .... .. .... I EVa
22 Ella Rollins .
Lot 11108-7 Oscar of Lot 14 S-D of
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10 BK C ........... .... K & .. 9.9 W S8V4 ft I II NW' NEVi NWVi 11. 10. James H Craggs

Lot 9 Bk D ..d.. .....of..E. 8135 W H Wilams Elzbt..Wright._. .................. 1.1 1.1 S tt 105 I lot Of 23 N 210ftofW". ..... .. .165. 110 Barbara A Britt .......... 1.4 E10ftofLot306.W30ftofLot Of Bk 6 PB A-65 .,. ... 13738 Floyd &Lucille Davis .......... 91.16 I N 10 100 o ft S o 2 16143-1 C .. ........-.....Costrci. .. .. 84.75
S ft I
N 1104 H of 1137 of W 151Vi
ft of W DB 10 Lot 2 Bk 2 Ward Rpt Lot 3 31 S-D Of Bk 7 DB T-114 .. 13802 Je.e Perry .. .. ............. 4.12 ft of ; a 126'fi srd 329-A

9 .13.f. 3142 T J 4 Davis ..... ... 344.10 DB 325-489 .. ... ... .. 124 L W & Evelyn Fleming ..... U.1 1 Lot 21 O-A Porter SoD PB A.7 11. Oth 20 .._................ 14148-2 A J &Dorothy Moon .... .. :31.89
2 2 GH.EDWA:6't :t Amelia Webster 54.82
.H IK", "- E-4I Lot 1 Bk 3 Ward Rpt Lot 35 Bk 10 . 13914 Heir I N210ttofS8/0ftofE525ftof
$' of Lots 104 Lots 107 & ; DB 325-439 ...... .... 11124-13 J H & Yvo Ward ......... 33.43AVONDALE E 42 of W 231 f of N ISTVift NWU Less R-W DB 313-474 II,

-NVa of Lots &121 less 10 of ESTATES PB 025 I I Bk 1 . . .. 13919-1 Huddleston 4 Huddleston & 10. 20 ..............*_.._.. 16151 Ama Cassel ............ 13.1
Lot 120 & 12 77.33 of SVa i Lot 3 Bk A ...... . .. 11125-3 Modern ConstructionCo Thomas .. ... ............ N90ftofS300ftofE240flOfW
ft Lot 10 4 W 77.33 f of Lots 1 .. ... .. .. .... 60.62 ,Lot 3 & E'.i Of Lot 5 Univerit 3.111 795 tt Cf NWU 11, 10 20 ---. 14157 HB Alic/Owens ........108.27
107 108 W 77.33 of NVa of S ft Of W 40 ft Of lot 5 j Terrace PB 13997 Ale & Felicia Dras .... I E lOS tt W Of S
I i 2 DB 304-238 ... .. .. G & Fannie Judkins ......... 3.49 A.10-15 C-91 14048 W K & Lizelle .......... o 10 I 10 I o
Lot 121 ,.. ....... ...... 11".1G Gainesville Investor 3506.45 A 1155 Lots 348 Duke Cor Ro NWVi 1 2 ..._. ........ 16159-4 Mid-State Homes Inc .... 4X34
Realt In B ......... Annie .. _............ 7.17 :
Lot ............ .. .. B L & Bryan .. .. 453.37 W 40 f of Lot 2 Bk M Presley N 82' tt of S 3 f of E 13 I
Lot 12.... .................. 1913-12 Ella F Wood .. .. .. ... 312.95 E 40 Of Lot 3 Bk C ..... 11127-3 B T Washington .. .... ....... 5.03 f of Bk 1 .. . . I403 Ella Belto ......... ... ... 54.82,
Lot U1 ......... .. Chester & Betty .. W 40 f of Lot 1 Bk D _.. .... 11128-1 J'H & Yvonne Ward ............ 5.03 BRUSH ADDN DB
.. McKinney ,, 300.13 021.
.11 .
Lot 32 .-........... "".13 Chester & Bet McKiny...... 235.97 E 4 I of Lot 1 Bd D .. .._. .. 11128-1-1 H & Yvonne Ward ........... 7.1 S119ftofSEVof Bk13&E lat pr of N 300 tt of S 1995 ft
W 250 n of Lot .. ... .... G W 4 Jr W4"oLotl1E40I 30ftofS33ftofSWtaOfBk ft W 240 tt Of NWU
Lot fO 14 Court Manor.1"14 Arens 3.1 I Lt _.. ..... 11129-1-1 E A & Idella Taylor .... .... 14.15W 13 -- -. 14'89 Louise H McGregor 267.12 S of hiway o R-W D-B 313-

1 PB Highlan......... .. 8201-90 J H & Eleanor Lewis .. '.fl W 40 ft Lot 3 Bk E ....._.... 11129-3 & Catherine Hall............ 7.17 Lot 4 Plat ;Bk2F; .: .... 14292 Masonic HallSpearman 'h-' '" 114.78 4 11, 10 2 le..?_.. .?. .. .. 14174 Amby & Opal Case .........16944
Com at NE cor of Pine HavenS ... W 40 tt of Lot 1 Bk f.... .. 11130-1 James Roberts ............. 7.17 12 13 PB : .. 14299 Brewing Co. .'..:::. 11.3 .
-D run N E loo n s Lot 1 Bk 1 Davis Replat Lots Loot 6 Annie H. Thomas 5 GREEN GROVE PB E-42

21 f NWIlO 2 t creek to 37 38 DB 310-2 ... ...... 11163-1 L D & "Alean Berry .... ...... 108-27. PB A-136 M3"N NEC Finance Corporation .... 4540 lot 5 & 40.12 ft adl] 0 W side 16186-5 S J &Sallie leo ....,,...
N to FOB, Lot 2 Bk 1 Davis Replat Lots 66 ttof S 102 = tt ,E Lot 9 .....A....... ....... 16186-9 c J ........ 1.5
29 I ........-....... .-.-. 1249 G E 4 Annie Cleveland ........ 39.50 37 38 DB 310-2 ........... ..... 11163-2 L D 4 Elsie Berry Jr .......... 1.4 330 tt of Bk 23 ..;--"_ ".. 14328 Ala Webster. Heirs ....... 47.44 Lot 10 ..-... --. .. -. 16186-10 A A Mile Ae .Bus.. ............. 197.43
N /Oft of S ft of W 132 Lots 19 22 Ward Rpt Lot 4 N44ftOfS33OftOfEll6fOf Lot 16 also 40.12 add. on w .

I of E 26 I'of SW'.i of I DB 21515 n._.. ... .. .. 11176-1 Amos & Maxcine Damps ..... 20.59 Bk 23 W of Arredonda St .... 14330 Willie V Dixon Admx ....... 1017N4fofS2fofW2' side .... ..I........ 14184-16 C W &Margaret Cols ...... 14.15
NWI., 2 20 .-. ... .. 8278 S J & Sallie Benton ..... ... 125.98 S 100 f 100 f of Lot 4 Lot. 5 ..................... 1115 T J Helen .. ..... 19.99
Less S 61 f of E les N 6 tt. JV 35 I 2 ... ._ .. 13 8elah W Hayes .... .. 138.21 IS31fotN6"oWU91' 6 ............ .......... 111 Eugene & Lorena Thomas ... 34.96
47 Hazen Estates PB D-17 .. 8419 K C & Hazel Merwin ...... 189.53 Gainesville Lot 6 .-. .. ............ Kenneth Marie Thompson If."
Lot t Bk C Hazen EstatesPB .I PB A-66 .............. . ... 11181 Abner Jones ................_... .. '.f7 142 Bailey & McNaire ........ 1& N 100 of S 450 ft of E 120 ft Of 16117 a .

D-17 ... .. . '42 C B &Hyacinth Donaldson .. N33ftofS165ftofW59ft W 36S48 f Kreftwood Estates
Lot 1 Bk B Gainesville Hgts 746 WARD RPT LOT 4 DB 2-5-156 of Bk 23 E of Arredonda St ._ 14343 Abner Jones .... ... ... 120 12, 10 2 ..... .. ..... 117-5 Sit&Chitty ....... ......... 2X33
PB A-160 .... 8441 T J & Wary Downs Lot t ..... ...... .. 11188 vbB&21Laws ............ '4.8 NSOttofS369ftofWl94ftOf Lot 17 McNei! Gardens PB
Lots 7 10 Bk C Gainesville 1.3 WARD RPT LOT 44 Bk 23 E of Arredonda St . 14 Atlantic Municipal Corp ....... .5 .E.3 . 16190-17 J H &Vada Bees ..........._
Hgts PB A-160 ... .. .. lug Horne Krvmrine ...... 91.14 Lots 4 5 11193 Janie L King ............ "." S 63 ft Of N 240 ft Of W Of L less N Ward 412
& ::::::::::: ::: : :: :: Essie ....... 7.17 13 I 2 f
Lot 5 Creekside Addn Lot 2 .. 11201 Leroy Robin Bk 24 E of Arredonda .. 14348 Freddie Weaver III ............ 99.71 Replat L 4 3S 12,
PB D-99 ........ 1482-5 P D &Winifred Owens .. 26 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A64WVa E60tt Of W 506 tt Of : 2f' 10, 20 A7. 16193-9-7 J W 4 Beatrice Nossaman .... 55.42 -
Lot 2 Seminole Height ot Lot 63 ls S 3 f & ef Bk 26 -, 14438-1 Alfred Green .....-...... 2049 N SO ft of E t Of Lot 10 Ward .
PB A-148 ........ 1573-2 W F 4 Anna Ryals ... ...... 37.70 N 125 tt W .I. S Com 250 tt E 4 32tSiii Replat Lot ? DB 308-375 12, 10
Let 3 Seminole Heights eR .. .--. -- .. 11250 J M & Ela'Wo............23 cor ef Bk 26 run 20 PB A- .. ,,,,,,.-.- 14193101S90ttefN400ttofE40ftof J C &Menlo R.1 ........... 31.19

PB-A.148 .. .... ....... I J C 4 Mary Allen ...:... 31.29 S 12 ft of N 175 t of W 6' S 66 ft W 101 ft toof.OBBk..16" 14438-5 Donald 4 Cenia Merriex .. .. .
Lots 10 11 Bk K Oak Park Lot 63 4 S ttOf Lottt 12 Plat In SVi It6 Lot 10 Ward Replat Lot 42 DB

PB A-116 1..._.... ........... t709 W L & G F Duke Jr ......... 140 ft of E 35 tt Of L'44 ._. 11250-2 J M 4 Ella Wood ........... 11 -- ----- 14480 u G Floyd ..... ... 185.25 306-375 12. 10 20 PB A-7 .. 16193104S Helen Celding ...... 34.03
Lot 23 Bk H Oak Pak 34.1, E 10 tt Of W 165 I N 1t 13 'Plitll SVi Of 30 ft.of W 210 ft ef E630flof
BOfAL
PB A-176 ... .........._.. .7 w H & Jeanette Edwards Jr .... tt ofLot 46 less 50 ft A .....-. _. 14482 W C 4 M.r Johnson ........ 23447 Lot h&N180ftofW210ftof
Lot 19 n Of Lot 20 6.6 RD 12 R H & Minnie Peters ... .,.. U Sarah RossLotinBk27runS30ftW85 E 430 ft of Lot 13 all less W
&2 .... N 100 ftifs"3M"tt"of"w'Y65"ttOf 10 ft 4 Less OR
Bk K PB A-174 1714 T $ Leressa
P.r SUNCRE: 8 & Copeland .. 147 1 Lot 64 .-........ ... .. 11240-1 D S & Edna Scarborough! ..... 27 N 30 tt E t ... ._ .... .. ... 14496 Hattie Fort & Blanche 139-423 14. 10, 20 tpa l... 16205-' W J .Betty Jones ............ IL
W 44 ft of Lot 3 t Lots 45 810 i Lot "as per DB 366-410 ..---.-. 11271-3 J W Annie Huguley Jr ..... 12 I 1 Riardo ..... .... .. 34.14 S 450 I o E I 1 _

4 Bk B ._. ................ 1753 J A &Adolyen H end ricks .. Lots 6 7 East Court PB C-23 .. 11274 J M Luclle Waters .......... 5.4Lot less I of :5 I .
7.3 F L Dugger ......
10, 20 PB A-28 14'161 .36.11
Lot 2 Bk 2 Ward Rpt Lot 73 ORIG GAINESVILLE DB &Bel. .
10 Bk E.. ... 1774 C T Laverne ...... I H3 .
Lots 1 2 Bk M ...... 88J/ YEa a Clara Dowli.. ... .. 4.1 DB 31.3 . . . "MM L F Cann ............,.,.... 33.43 S i 10 ft of N 4" of W 10
RIDGEVIE 16.2 I NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-64 Rg 2 14577 J L Miriam .. 364.88 E 210 ft 4 14, 10.
& M. 8o A-28 t. .. . ...2,63 G B Audrey .........
Lot. Bk 1.. ........ ... 18704 a K 4 Flossie Bruce .......... 79.87 Beg at Interseio of W line E SOftof W 14 I'Of N 10' S i 30 tt of E 105 4 4 & H.u m.t
of Lot
of hiway No 14606E45ttofW120ttOfN105 Wilson
of Lot ft Of Bk 7 Rg Gladys W ... .. 185.25 I

Lot 1 Bk S .;............ ..741 G W &Laura Parker ....., 14.11 1 to run POB SE-ly SE-ly along along hlway hiway 94 ft of Bk 6 Rg ". 14603N60ttofW40ftofBk2 J T & Regina Marshall ..,,... 185.25 10 ISO ft 20 of PB E 105 A 23 of.. :Lot. .13... .'1420531S60ftofN190ftofW30ft E W &Annie Easterling ... 44.11

Lots Bk 1 .. 1 .. Gladys Crawford 77.73 51 ft SW-ly 182 ft to Pt 5 ft Lot 35k1 Rg 7 :1p' i
1 1761 'Rept'
1 Of Lo156S60ftofN190ft
SE-ly from W line of ItWly PB A -127 14750-1 G W & Cora Bass .......... .. fl.1

Lot 13 Bk I ........... .. .tt77-1 D W Law ... .... ,. ... 1.4 I NE-ly 58 200 tt tt to to W beg line .of,...lot. ..89.. 11294 W R &Kathryn Whiteside .... 14.0 Lot cor t of Bk Lt 1 Rg lrunN9ftE43ftS 7 4 com at NW of PB E l ttof.. ...Lot....4.,..14. .,.10.. .216 J Thornton ...... ...:_"."

tot if1 Ik 'I'................. U1 North American AcceptanceCorp W1/8.ftof E160ftofN40 9 tt 4 tt Bishcp Replat {Continued on Page IS)
... . . .._ ...... 6211 I of'S 95 I 0 Lot 14 ..... 11311 J W &Vonciel Howton ..... 48.40 PB' A.12 ....... ....... .. 14755 G W &Cora B.S ............ 122,31 \ t _

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(Continued from Page 15)) DESCRIPTION- CODE NAME AMOUNTS Off That Was
Burns Coast
100 ft of N 1225 H of E Freighter
100 ft of W 7 3-11 acres of ;
DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT
E 14 4V11 acres of SWVi of

SEVi 30, 9, 21 ................ 17743-15 J E & Betty Edwards ....tut.. 1.97
LAKEVIEW EST OR 81-29 S100ttofN1125ftofE100 WeekendThat

Lot, 17 ........................ 16206-17 R W' & Nadine Crumpton ...... 22.13 ft of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 .
Lot 42 ........................ 14206-42 J C & Menia Raines .......... 17.84 4-11 acres of SWVi of SEVi
Lot 43 ...... ................. 16206-43 J C 4 Menia Raines ........... 17.86 30. 9, 21 ..--..-----. --..-.-- 17743-16 WSJ, Billie Sanford Jr ..;.... 56.02 Ten Aboard Believed LostLONG
S 100 tt of N 925 ft of E 100 Was
COLE-WOOD OR 99.116Lot ft of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14
1 16224-1 R A & Bobbie Johnson ........ 5.03 6-11 acres of SWVi SEVi

Lot 13 16224-13 eM" Cherriee Hales ......... 17.86 30 9, 21 ....__....._...f....._ 17743-18 Abner Jones ......-.......... 47.44

Lot Lot 6 30 of Lot.9 OR 89-336 IS, 19 30FB 16224-30 AT" Dollie Moore ........... 77.73 S ft 100 of ft W of 7 N 3-11 825 acres ft of of E E 100 14 BEACH, Calif. (AP- hope of finding anyone alive. I ing were still aboard, but rescuers LONDON (AP)Britons went

A-92 16226-4 F C Moore Jr ................. 18.46 4-11 acres of SWVi of SEVi A tugboat stood by a burning Ten persons including the i doubted they could survive back to work today after thethreeday
Lot 9 of Lot f OR 69-341 15, 10, 30 9. 21 .......... ... .__... 17743-19 Abrham Peace McCray...... 53.88 the
20 PB A-92 16226-9 A W & Mary Theus ..' 18.46 S i00ftof N525ftofE100 freighter' 20 miles off a remote captain, were unaccounted for I flames or the choppyseas. weekend that
Lot 11 15, 10, 20 10 PB A-92 16227 W W & Myrtle Feagle :::::::: 99.11: tt of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 Wtu
s2lDttot W 210 ttot Lot 25 15: 6-11 acres of SW'of SE'30 Mexican coast today after a from the Norwegian freighter left 86 on the crowdedroads

10. tt20o1N .'.of' "i Sft'f 14232-5 L C & Lois Goolsby ........... 37.70 9. 21 .. ............. _.._ 17743-22 Herman Lucinda Hale ....... 49.60 grim night's vigil. Sandanger, hit by fire and explosions I and 200 arrested for
> S 210 E S 100 ft of N 425 ft Of E 100 I A air sea search was tee
Lo'tos25 9Lot IS. 10. 20 PB A-92 16234 E T & Christine Long ......... 71.92 ft of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 Monday.It an age violence.
per OR 68-657 15 10 20' 6-11 acres of SW'/i of SEVi Crewmen awaited a chance to hale life rafts were

PB A-92 16239-5 J H & Eula Steadham ........ 311.83 30 9, 21 .. .. .. .. .._... 17743-23 J E & Betty Edwards .......... ...61 either empty or The traffic deaths were twice
OR''U 1'0 board the There little not known if the miss- over
Tract as per 62 16, W 3 1.11 acres of E 7 3-11 ship. was was
Jackson Estates of Gaines- acres of SWVi of SEVi less S turned the Coast Guard said. last year's figure. The teenagebattles
20. ... 16246 ville...... ..... .............. 1.040.61 100 ft of N 520 tt Of E 100 ,
Lots 10 12 Robinson Hgts 2 OR ft & less S 200 ft Of N 220 DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNT were the worst the country -

98-614 .. .. .. ........ 16259.10 E H & Patricia Tussinger ;... 125.38 ft ofW120ft8.lessS100 The body of an unidentified has
Lot 1 of WW also known as W S Tract as per OR 103-405 sen.Touand.
ft Of N 420 tt Of W 120 tt
chs of N 20 chs less R-W DB & less S 200 ft of N 720 tt of 10, 9, 22 .. .. . _... .. 18652-33 J R & Rose Pa"er .......... 1.3 woman was recovered from the of youngsters In
313-440 22. 10. 20 10 .. .. . .. 16260 Retta Payton Heirs ........... 113.15LEVY W 120 ft & less S 300 ft of N 1-3 of lot 4 also NVi of S sea by a Japanese ship the
2-3: of lot 11 126 and "Rockers .
GRT
N 1020 Ft Of W 120 tt & less als co te "Mos"
N 417 ft Of E 104 ft of Lot 6 S 100 ft of N 1120 tt of W 2.3 ft N of SW run Boston Maru.Fortyfive rival the
Harrison SoD of tot 7 Co Bk 120 tt 30, 9, 21 ,.. 17744-1 Walter & Nellie Camps ......... 17.45 N 126 2.3 ft W 71.66 ft SElyto cut batted on

C-432 1 ... ........... ....... .. 16332 Celia Amos ................... 36.16N S 100 ft Of N 620 ft Of W 100 a pt 43.33 ft W of POB E survived the beaches of along the
7.07 chs of Lot 24 ft E 200 tt SW'of SEVi to POB Coodson Addn DB resor
less 7.07 N chs 150 of E ft of E 230 ft .4 30,of 9, 21 ... .Of.. ... .. .. ..: 177444 hell & Yurlee Montgomery .... 72.52 L-217 ._... ............., ._, 18732 W W & Amy Addison .......... 38.5 ter, the Coast Guard said.das They southern wielding chair
acres Harrison S-D of Lot 7 . 16357-3 Nathaniel Bernice Batie .... <<'.23N S100ttofN720ftofW 120 WVi of NEVi N of Gainesville-
knives bottles and studded
150 ft of E 230 ft of Lot 24 ft of W 3 7-11 acres of E 7 Melrose Rd & NWVi N of were taken aboard the German legs, ,

Harrison C-432 .S-D. of. .Lot. .. .7. .Co. Bk. 16357-4 Leroy 8> Luevenia Coe ......... 4.09 3-11 30, 9,acres 21 .of.. .SWVi. . .of. .SEVi. 17744-7 G W" Lucille Jones .......... 77.40 Gainesville Less 70 ft R-W- Melrose IS. 9. 2 137.S Rd &. 18794NW E H & Beatrice Easley .......... 199.28 freighter Boenstei which belts.
Com6Ol'ftS&210ftEofNW ft of E 200 ft of S 100 of NEVi less 16, 9. police hauled themin
W 80 ft W 100 22 78 . . . 18801 E H & Beatrice Easley ....... 133.93 went to the stricken Reinforce
cor Lot 25 run S 80 ft ft of N SWVi of SE'30
N 80 ft E 80 ft as per OR 105- 9. 2ro..o. . . .....: 177448NW Ellis & Beatrice Moon ......... 91.76 NVi of S 2-3 Of NEVi of NEVi At Bourne
7 Co 24 9, 22 13.3 . . . 18876 W W & Amy Addison ........... 1.32N
S-D of Lot W of E iris
124 Harrison of 3.25 acres ship.The mouth a resort normally inhabited -
Bk C-432 . . . 16361-1 R M & Mamie Batie ........... 37.36 acres of NWVi of SWVi 30, 175 ft of W 250 ft of NW ,
S 11.97 Chs Of E 9.68 chs Of Lot 9, 21 1.6 . . ... 17748SW Emma Williams ................... 8.37 of SWVi as per DB 438 450 foot Sandanger was by retired colonels and

29 Bk Harrison C-432 12 S-D. .of. .. .Lot. ...7. ..Co.... 16369 Abner Jones ..........,....... 14.75 acres of W of 3.25 NWVi acres of of SWA E 17V 30, 24, 9. 22 1 . ... ... .. 18879-1 First Colore Baptist Church sailing southward en route from aged widows, more than 40 were
: Maria Sessions Heirs ............ 29-75 Com at SW cor of NE'.i run E of .. ................ '.37
Lot 17
of Beach
W 6.11 chs of N 6.14 chs 9. 21 2 .. ...... ..... .... 17749 Long to Le Havre arrested.
Leitner S-D of Lots 8 9 DB J445 WVi of SWV4 of SWVi S of Road 1584 ft N 660 ft W 1056" ,

4 . . . . .. ... 16381 Abner Jones .................. 10.51 30, 9, 21 7.44 ... ..... ....... .. 17754 Brown & Ellis .................. 22.73 N660ftW525ftS132offto France, via the Panama Canal Thus was celebrated the Festival -
chs of N POB 25 9. 22 32 .. . . 18897-1 Nita M McIntyre ............... 26.07Lot
W 63 100 chs of E 12.26 S 430 tt of W 75
6.14 chs of Lot 11 Leitner 5DL.f J'f ftSEG ofN SEVi 30 9, 21 ... 177544 Mid State Investment Corp ...... 50.54 S 3.92 chs of SWVi of NEVi E when the ship caught fire off of Pentecost, commemorating -
DB J445 16389 Abner Jones .................. 4.09 E60ft of rd & NWVi of SEVi. 27,
19 Si00ftof N460ftof Calif.
Lots less 70 ft 'I lot 'a*' 9. 223 ..... . ..__. _.._.. 18924 Celia Starke ................... 85.35 Baja, 400 miles from the descent of the Holy
21 S hiway ofW 435 of SEVi of SEVi
OR 77.223 & com at SE 30 9. 21 ft.... .........._... 17756-19 Joseph & Mary Williams ......- 4.09 NV of NWVi of NWVi 32, 9. Long Beach. the
cor per of lot 22 run N 50% deg E 60 tt of W 495 ft Of S 100 22 20 ....................._.. 18961 W WashingtonCAMPVILLE ................ 16.32 Spirit on Apostles.The .
W 250 n S 39V4 Deg W 18X35 ft tt ofN430ffof5E'ofSE'/ PB A-8-& 9 Rockers ride powerful
S 85'/4 deg E to POB & lot 37 30 9, 21 .. ......... ...... 17754-22 Charlie & Sueella Grimmagf.. 4.09: MAULTSBY REPLAT PB C-47 The cause of the fire was not
& W of old RR w .h. 7 Bk 1 .............. ..... 19000 W Grimes ..... ................ 22.13 motorbikes and wear leather
S of hiway S 156 ft of E 113 ft of W known.
6 E 10.24 chs of lot 38 S of hIt 225 ft Of SEVi Of SEVi 30 Lot 5 Bk 5 ................. .. 19009 J Tines & Lula Hurd ........., 22.13 and boots
& Com at SW cor of lot 9, 21 .. .. ... .. 17756-35 L H William ................... 1.37 Lots 29 30 Bk J ParkOPinesPB jacket jeans cowboy
i 38 way run N 4% deg E 6.793 chs S E 120 ft of W 495 ft of S 100 B-65 .. .. .............. 19024 0 A Moeller ....................,. 3.4 None of a half-dozen rescue prototype was Marlon Brando -
Lots 6 7 Bk H Park-O-Pines

7 85 min deg W E 6.62 11.74 chs chs N S 85 deg 5 deg 53 30 ft,of 9,N 21 1235.tt.of. SEVi. .of. SEVi 17756-42 Mabel E Davis .................. 4.23 PB B-65 ............._... ._. 19032 Abner Jones ,................... 3.49 ships was able -to board the in "The Wild One."

mln W 11.712 chs & Lots 39-40 S 156 ft of E 120 tt Cf W 375ft SWVi of NWVi less N 420 ft of W
& lots 42 43 58 & EW Of lot 59 of SEVi of SEVi 30. 9, 21 17756-43 Mable Davis & Isaac Walker .... 7nNWI,4 525 ft 34. 9, 2 35 ... ....... 19038 W Washington ................ 27.01 Sandanger due to the intensity The Mods, aggressors in ever -
& Lot 62 N & E of Arredonda- of NEVi N & W of NW/4 of SEV4 NEVi of SWVi of the fire battle over the weekend
feeding
. Micanopy rd & Lot 44 w of old Hiway Less Lot OR 51-451 34, 9, 22 80 ... ... ... ... ... .. 19043 W W & Mary Taylor .......... 133.93 on a cargo ,

RR W less that part S of old 31-9-21-31 . .. ... ......_.. .... 17757 Roslyn D Marshall ............. 318.4 3 Acres on W side of SAL RR .of cotton bales and wood pulp. ae a home-grown cult.
Of of SEVi
of SWVi
T& J RR W as per OR 92-557 Beg at N W cor of NEVi ofNE' SE1 They dress expensively ride
of SE'less 120 ft RR-W

&S-D less of tots R-W 8 for 9 DB SR-93 J-445 Leitner 294 16392 Thea Scott ...................... 631.69 along/ run S 45 deg E to line hiwayN W SW'/4 of SEVi 9. 10 22 339 _.. ... 19120. L D & Bernice .Whittington .... .38.90N'AWOfRR&S'ofNE'4 The tug Sea Eagle reachedthe motor scooters and often are, as

That part of lots 56 & 57 E of to POB 31.i 9,v21t02.c..I: _. 17761-1 McNeal & Scruggs ............... 47.46 Sandanger Monday night
less R-W & NW of SEVi &
1 441 OR vain of their as
appearance
US as per NW
hiway no of NEVi of NEVi & SEViof
SWVi of SWV4 9 10, 22 339 .. L .. .
105-454 less lot per OR 182-353 NE'of NEVi less that part 19120 D & Bernice Whittington 489.5 and described i as a "floating their
SWVi of SEVi E of Melrose & girls
& lot OR 184-576 & "bid"-teir
less as per of NW'of NE'of NEViNW "
furnace.
OR 191.381 & less Orange Lane rd less Lots 34
less lot per of hiway & less beg at use eyebrow
to 41 inc Bk C & less lots
lot as OR 201-532 Leitner NE S 1333 ft W 208.7
S-D of per lots 8 & 9 DB J.-645 16407-S R C & Thea Scott ............. 239.57 ftN1124.3ftW50.45fttohiway cor run 1 to 24 inc Bk L & less lots 1 The stricken agent pencil, eye shadow, transparent
& Bk P
9to12Inc8. 3334
N 152 ft of lots 56 57 E of new NE-ly along hlway vessels
lake less N 52 ft & less lots 1 to 16 Inc Bk K said lipstick and even rouge. Hairstyles
hiway & W of 292.6 ft E 495.6 ft to Beg & seven passengers, all of

I rtsEIr5.3D: ft J44S Leitner.. ..S-D. .....of. 16413 PC" Doris Ashmort ........190.73 23 less min com W at 1320 NE ft cor N S 89 1 deg deg Orange mitt PB Summit 81 Orange 10. 22 H.Sum-. .. 19157 Aline L Nash ........... . 32.75 California, the captain, John change every week.

S 212.4 ft Of N 364.4 ft Of lots 56 53 min W 667.95 ft N 1 deg 02 NW of less lots 35 3 and two stewardesseswere On weekends they get "purped
Bk E & less lots 5 6 21 Bk ,
& W of lake Leit Keller
57 E of hiway min W 660 tt to POB N 89
ner 5-D Of lots 8 9 DB J44S 16414 P C & Doris Ashmort ......... 262.84 deg 52 min W 663.98 ft to & less lots 9 10 11 12 21 2 I for. up" on a stimulant which ena-
I 23 24 Bk A & less Lots 1, 2, ,
I' :Tract 20 f as.1 per. .OR. .147-111. . .21. .,.. .11,1647711NW W K & Lacy Hunter ........... 27.01 hiway hiway 235 N 44 ft deg S 47 46 deg min 47 E min along 49 Bk H & less N 140 yds of E 140 I bles them to go without food

cf I lot 33 Smith Add PB A-. E 30.75 ft 57 01 min yds DB 288-476 13 10, 22 76 I' and The is
V L & Ward ............ 71.92 sec Deg .. .._ . .. .. sleep. government
\ 31 . .. 16524332 Mary 51 sec E 286.11 ft S 1 deg 02 Cedar Park PB B-17 19184 L B Hutchins ............ .. 115.55
Car
62'Smith"Add" PB A31 Lots 1 2 3 Bk H Cedar Park Brakes drafting a law to outlaw
Lot min E posses
49 SO 63
ft B ,
to P O 9
31.
... . .. 16520-49 Marvin & Sally Danley ....... '-1 21 11.8 .. .. . .. ... ...:. .. 17762 Helen C Bradley ..... ........... 67.14 PB B-17 13. 10. 22 .. .. .. .. 19186 W P Long Adm ................. 3.49
Lots 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 & S I Lot 1 less N 165 ft 32,9,21 7Va ... 17776 J B & Martha Jumpp .......... 32.831I'h SWVi of SE'of SE/4 S of I sion of the pills without a pre.
501.15 ft Of Lot 17 & lot 18Smith I of NE'/.ofNW'/aEof5.235 graded rd 15, 10, 22 1.32 .. . 19221-1 Beckham Dickerson .......... 5.6 scription-

A-31 Survey. . .. .Childs.. . .Addn. .. .PB 16720-1 E C & Leona Crown ............. 28.21 less less S N 150 210 ft tt of of W E 420 580 tt ft&& NEVi of NEVi of SWIof 16, 10, NEVi 22 50&. .NWVi. . 19230 L D & Bernice Whittington .... 44.12 Cut to Kill
Lots 1 2 Bk 14 known as NW
Lot as per OR 152-62 Smith less com on E side of S-235
Addn PB A31 of SEVi of SWVi Hawthorne Est The m 0 u s e.-tailed of
Survey Ch.lds. 101.5 tt S along R-W from N bat
. . o-211.,3 J H S Edna Simms ......... 4.09 line of sec run S along R-W PB A-120 22 10, 22 20 .._ .._._.. 19280 Ellen Brown Heirs .............. 78.93 live

SE'i 200-A of dEl: 21 less 37 R-W. .for. S-. 16900 H V Talbert .................. 16.19 334ftE210ftN 170 ft N par with 105 RD ft 165.5 E Lot 212-260 2 W .E. .Jenkins. .. .. .. .. .S-D. .. ...DB. .. 19326 J H & Mildred Green ............ 3.49 4 Children Egypt prefer t no tomb is tepyamid.

Lot as DB 278-436 & DB. ft E 133 ft N with rd Lot 14 W E Jenkins S-D DB I
i 306-396 per& DB 316-113 & a lot as 165 ft to sec line par W on sec 212-260 .. .. ... .. ...... 19334 W L Williams ..................... 3.49 roost i caves or
per DB 343-295 R-W for S line 133 ft S par with rd 101.5 HAWTHORNE PB A-78
500-A 35. 7. 21less . . 16906 T C & Esther Stallings ........ 105.19 tt W par with sec I list 380 ft Lot 4 Bk 11 DB 302-299 ...... ... 19378 T J Alderman .................. 2.89 WACO, Tex. (AP) Police hollow trees.

NE'/4 of NE'i W of hiway DB 311 to POB 35 9,21 . .. .. ...... 17788-1 Menia R C Raines ............. 27.19 NW of lot 3 Bk 28 .. ......... 19430 Abner Jones ..... .............. 7.17 filed murder charges today
344 less R-W for S-200-A 2, 8, W 105 ft of E 210 ft of N Lots 7 8 Bk 31 less N 5 ft .. 19443WW Minnie F Johnson Heirs ....... 10X39
21 2.' . .. . . 16919 T C & Esther Stallings -------- 27566 210 ft of NEIof NWVi of Bk 9 less N 60 ft 26, against a young airman who

1 acres per OR 119-29 10 8. 211 ... 16960-1 Elbert Davis ................. 43.52 35. 9, 21 . . . . . 17788-3 Lamar Lewis ................... 4.09 10. 22 C J Waits Add ... ... 19468 W P Baker ..................... 3.49 said
1 acres per OR 119-35 10. 8. 21 133 ft E & W by 165 ft N & Lot 1 Bk F Lakeview PB A-180 19550 P H Lee ....................... 2.89 they confessed to cutting

1 ... .. . . . . .... ... 16960-2 Harvey Anderson ............. 35.56SE' S per OR 158-34415.921 ....... 177884 J C & Menia Raines ............. 3.49 W acre In NW cor of NEVi the brake lines on his car before
: of SEVi 11. .. 21. 40 . 16979 L D & Elsie Berry Jr ........ 56.34 of NWVi a per DB 302-313
N 210 ft of S 315 ft of W 210 ft 26, 10, 22 .. .. . . .. 19567-1 T J Alderman ..................... 4.09 driving into a river a
WINDSOR E OF GREEN ST
NW of NWVi of lying between i
less R-W 14,
of NEVi of NEVi NW1
I. 21 1 . 17001 Frank & Bessie Rivers ........ 4.09 S of Rose St W of 1st St Campville & Orange plunge in which h four young
com 2.41 chs E of NE of
cor
725'ft'of w"260'ftof Lane Rds less 210
N 105 ft Of's Green & N ft of E children
Washington Sts E
on 210 ft DB 122.158 & lessN210ftofW210ffasperOB
SWVi of NE'N 420 ft of as per downed
Washington St 210 ft N par
S 620 ft Of E 260 ft Of W 500 with E 1st St 210 tt W par 139-587 less S105ttofE210 Charged before Justice of the
ft of SWA Of NE4 14, 8. 21,
3.1 . . . . .. 17022 J Brinkley .................... 9.57 with Washington St 210 ft S ft as per DB 348-70, 26 10 22 Peace Cabaniss Airman
210 ft to POB OR 19145 .... 17801-43-2 Robert Head ................... 6.49 Joh was
S 410 ft of W 240 ft of SW'/i of 10W . .. 19573 Meilonease Taylor .?........... 33.35
NEVi & E 220 ft of W 460 ft of S i of Washington St N of KingSt S 105 f. f.E .21 .f. fN' f Rudy T. Davis, 22,
WIof Lots 11 12 E of of value SV.

21 S 200 3 ft. .of. .SWVi. ._of. ."NE. ./...14.. .S.,. 17024 J Brtnkley ------------------------ 897 S i 3rd of St King 2.4 St acres N of.. .. .Main. . .St 17803-11 Abner Jones ..................... 6.23 NWVi 10, 22 Vt .NWVi. ... ... .. ...348-70. .. ..26... 19573-2 Frank Turner ..................... 4.09 stationed at Connally Ai ForceBase Judges the value of our car
of SEVi of SWof E 5 acres of N 140 yds of SWVi U
Lots NW'/4 1 2 14.3 S. 21 . . .. .. 17036 Frank A Bessia Rivers ...... 12.05 Lot 29 E of 5th Street . 17804-29 F H Smith .................. 14.15 of SEVi & W 35 yds of N 140 near this Texas Insurance! Contact
S of warren St N of Lewis St
SW4 of SW/4 of NW/4 N & E of Lots 17 19 E of 6th St ......... 17806-17 Joseph & Betty McLaughlin Jr .1.91 yds of SE". of SE'DB city. Officers said he was me today
Doan rd less lot as per OR 305-274 less per DB
102-74 14. 8. 21 1 ..... .. . 17039 Luclndy Wilson Heirs ......... 12.45 305276DB Wa 353-16 26. 10, originally from Montesano,
5 i of Warren St N of Lewis St 22 3 .. .. ... .. ... ...... 19589 William & Loretta Davis ..... Wash
Lot ...._... ... 21.2
BRANNING 1ST ADD DB J-846 21 E of 7th St 17806-21 Joseph & Betty McLaughlin Jr .. 7.77 3 acres sq In SE cor of SE'i 117 N.E.

S 50 ft of W 10 ft of lot 2 Bk I 17070-2 J H .. Dorothy Babb ........... 5.03 WINDSOR of SWVi less E 55 ft of N 100 Police said Davis told them

. ...... 17070-2-1 W OF GREEN ST ft 26, 10, 22 . .. .......... .
Bk 1 . .. N.. of St N' 19607 William Gary .................. 14.75
S 122 "of W 144 ft of lot 3 Dianne Babb ................... 7.77 27 In Washington of Lot PECAN HEIGHTSLot he stopped his station wagon, 16th Ave

N 50 ft of W 100 ft of lot 2 sees 2-3 less E 3157 ft 4 Bk 1 57, 10. 22 ....-....... 19665 J R & Mary Mack ............ 2.89 cut the front
.. lot 5 Bk 6 ... .. .. . .. ... 17074-5 J J & Ivy Wilson ............... 50.54S Lot 27 being N 660 ft of said Lot 12 Bk 1 27. 10 22 ............ 19672 S & Dorothy Brown .............. 2.89 lef brake line,

sees W of Green St & E of Lot 2 3 Bk 2. 27 10 22 .......... 19675 J Jenkins Jr ................... 5.03 then off a 15-foot bank PhcneFRankln
BRANNING 1 2nd ADD DB M-119 Lot 9 Bk 2 27, 10 22 ............ 19680 Ella Rhodes .................... 2.89 !
...... ... ...
50 ft of lot 1 Bk 4 . . 17079-1 Sampson & Allie White ......... 45.66Lot N..Lake 290 ft 10.6 Of W acres 300 ft Of E. 894 17811.1 Belmont. Mildred Bates Jr ... 60.88 Lot 7 Bk 2 27, 10 22 ............ 19681 Georgia Williams ........?..... 2.89 into the Bosque River seven

9 less S 50 tt of W 100 tt & Lot 13 Bk 3 27. 10, 22 ... ........ 19689 G S & Ella Morgan .. ........... 2427
..................... 35.56 ft of Lot 27 per OR 188-71 miles north of here.
EW of lot 12 bk 5 . 17080-9 B Wilson Lots 2 3 Bk 127, 10, 22 .. .. 19692 Eloice Roberts Et AI..........
2 acres N of Washington St .. 17811-7 H W & Lashler
22.1
SOflofW100ftoflot9&N50 Sally .......... 25.47E Lots 1 2345 Bk 5 27, 10, 2-0444
S S. of Warren St N of Lewis St Davis earlier claimed the

ft 5 of. .W. 100 .ft. .of. "lot.'...12... bit 17080-9-1 Marion Wilson Et AI.......... 3403 Lots 17 19 21 W of 5th St .WINDSOR. 17818-17 W 8 Hazel Nalbach ......... ".12 22 .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. ... .. 19695 Ethel Peterson& J Jenkins.........&....Rosa...... 59.08 brakes had failed. The children
.......,. 3069 S OF LEWIS ST I
lot'lO bk S .... ....... 17080-10 Alphonso Robinson ? S of N
5E'i of 17080.16 Frank & Bessie Rivers ......... 4994 Lots 5 6 Bk 83 ................ 1782143-5 Abner Jones ..................... 5.03 445 ft of lot S 89.30 ft of W ranged age from 10 monthsto
Lot 16 Bk bk 6 5 .-. ... .............. 17081-3 Marion Wilson .. .......... 9.31 Lots 4 9 Bk 122 ... .. ........ 17821-122-4 Phifer Properties ............... 2.89 Tillis Addn Bailey 10 Surveyof 22 i Ralph Turlington
Lot 3 Frank & Marion Irving ....... 3283 MVa of Bk 175 .. . .. ... 17821-175 Abner Jones ................. 9.31 2. 4 years.
Lot 4 Bk 6 . .............. 170814 ? PB A-39 . ... .. . 19705-2 Sophia Roberson ................
Bessie Rivers ....... 15.72 Com at NW cor of Lot 13 E .6
SWVi Of lot' bk 6 ...........ORIGINAL- 17081-9 WALDO Frank & 150 ft SW along fence to pt W 75 ft of S 50 ft of lot 5 Davis said he and his wife, !I
of Thus
Bailey Survey Addn f
Lots 3 4 5 Bk 1 .. ... .. .. 17165-3 Betty L Powell ...-............. 5.03 of 84 ft Lot E 13& NW 7ftNof along fence SW cor to 27,10,22 PB A-3 ..... .. 19706 Elmon & Martha Bennett ...... 34.03 Edith, 22, escaped from the submerged I nets
Com at SW cor bk 2 runs S 40degE20nNSO OBRIAN ADDN PB A-lfllW STATE FARM HSH
25 ft N
pt of SW
of Lot
deg E 60 cor Lot 1 Bk 2 ................. .... car through an open
13 N to POB Mrs M Q Nobles 19722 Ida M Hill .. .. .....?....... 2.89 I Mutual 1
tt to W line of NEVi of NEVi N S-D PB A11.5 .. . . 17822.131 Phifer Lot 4 Bk 2 .. .. .............. 19723-1 William Brightmon ............ 17.86 window. Mrs. was treat Kern AuOol.I"JU .
.
Properties ...... ........ 6.49 BJooMiftctoAi
lot 1 bk 2 S 50 .. .. .. Davi OiC. jUioei*
line of Lots 4 5 6 7 Bk 6 .
to S .. 19738 Bell Stewart ................... 34.96
deg W to beg .. .... ... ... 17166-9 Abner Jones ....:............... 529 5 i 256.9 ft of Lot 16 3.13 Com on N side of hiway 706 ft ed for shock a leg injury. )I.
.. .. . 17167-1 Frank & Bessie Rivers .......... 5.03 acres Mrs M Q Nobles S-D
Lot I2bk3 W of E line of Sec N
571 ft W
PB A-1 .. .. . . .. ....
Bk 36 & Bk 37 less pt lot 3 as 17822-16-1 Bessie King ..................... 12.65 428 ft to POB W 210 ft S 205 ft
'-per DB 180-345 8. less lot 4 bk Lot That 19 part Gathercole In lake 3. 10.& 21 263 Davis... 17893 J T Mackey .................. 34.96 E 210 n N 205 ft less S 100 ft

"37 key& St NW-ly. .12W. ft of. Mular- 17200 J L George ................... 77.40 5-D OR 19-403: ........ .. ... 17905-19 B M & Gall McDaniel Jr ...... 31.29 ofESOft&less 100ftofS105ftasperOR88-B50ftofW 1 .. x s s,

Lots l 23 4 9 10 il'i* bk'Yo'i'Lots LAKESHORE 64 & less W 60 ft of E 113 ft Of
1 2 3 4 9 10 11 12 bk 11 HOMESITES PB A-l51 N 100 ft 27, 10, 22 19746 Louise & Thretha Thomas .... .60.54N
Legares Addn. DB K-487 . 17251 E R & Virginia Estes .......... 49.00 Tract plat of Indicated Lakeshore reserved Homesites on 75 ft of S 6.32 Chs of E 100 Ar 6ii1ISl '

Lots 6 7 bk. 13. .Legares. .Addn. .DB, 17254-6 L C Mathis .................... 33.43 SoD & com at NE cor of re- ft of W 3.16 chs of SEVi of ,
K-487 served tract run E 14 ft S to NEVi 27. 10. 22 ... 19758 G S & Ella Morgan ............. 409
Lots 3 4 5 Spar kman HeightsPB a pt 30 ft E of SE cor of S75 ft of N 175 ftof E lOOftof


B-74 .. ... ..... .... .. ... 17257-3 E T & Betty Powell ............ 99.71 tract N to marked POB .reserved. ... ....W...30.. ..ft. 17939 R H & Lilliebelle White ...... 350.77 NWVi 1C, 22 of.NEVi. of SWVi 27 19828-1 Napoleon Dubois ............... 42.58 1 .

Lots I 9 Bk H Waldo. .Heights. 172668Lots Delbert & Margaret Coil ........ 29.15 NW of Lot 58 .. ..... ....... 17940-58 R H & Lilliebelle White .......... 11.4.5ots .
.
.. .
PB B-32 I_ 102 103 . .. ... ... 17940-102 ..w.
A- I N Parrish ................?.... 28.55 S .
1 2 Bk 4 Willy S-D PB 1 That part of In 75 ft of N 375 ft of E 100 4': :
lake 10, .
sec :
: E H" Patricia Tussinger ........9.91
33 . . 17272.1 10. 21 133 . . .. .. . 17950 ft of NWVi of NEVi of SWVi
J T Mackey ...... ............. 18.46
Lots 1 to 10 Bk 4 P 31,9. \W 5.04 chs of E chs ? 27 10. 22 . . .. . . 19828-4 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 34.03N
-us Rose Y Homan ........... ..... '.49 1008 of
.. .. ... .. .. 17570 ? 75 ft of E 100 ft of NWVi
21 Lloydsdale' Nl. of SEVi 14, 10 21 15 Vt ....
17979 Althea .. .
Smith ............... 12.05 .. ..
Of NEVi of SW'/i 27-10-22 Investment Co 3.49
of Estate .......................... 263.44 S ft of 19215 Surety Mortgage
N210ftofE210ftofSE4 N 520.90 ft of E 100
SEVi Of SEVi 22 9, 21 1 .. ... 17688 Lockwood Doris Davis ...... 54.94 GROVE PARK PB A-5 7 of NWVi Of NEVi of SWV4 1 H Y v

S 210 ft of E 210 ft of SWVi CfNEVi Bk 1 & Bk 10 N Of RR 4.5 27. 10. 22 ... .. . .... .. A J & Henrii Dubois ............ 44.72 ,
of SEVi OR 59-380 22. 9, acres ..... ... ..... ...... .... 18060-1 Carrie C Brown ................. 31.29 S 100 ft of W 75 ft of E 175 19128
21 1 _. 17691-1 Surety Mortgage In v e s t m ent I Bks 3 4 7.7 Acres .... .. ....... 18060-3 Harry Sherry Kaiser .......... 150.44 ft of NWVi of NEVi of SWVi
less that part Co------------------------------- 11..07 I E: 128 ft of S 142 ft of .. . .. .. ... 40.44N75ttofS150ttof
WW less E 39 ft & 27, 10, 22 .. .. 19828-7 G E Munnerlyn ......u....?.
I of N 1200 It E of graded rd 8. Lot < .. ... ...... . ..... .. 1806 -8-2 N H & Rebecca Hall ............ 7.77 E 100 1k
of rd & Lot 2 Bk 9 & lots 37 40 10.4
E graded FT OF
NWU NEIof SW'21
ft Of /
210
less S & less acres .. .... .. .... ....... 18060-9-2 R C Brown ..................... 29.15
less tract DB 341-128 10, 22 ..... ...... ........_ 19828-S B L & Eva Johnson ............. 3.0
R-W DB 357-249 26. 9. 21. 245.65 17719 R F & Margaret Nesler ....... 487.44Joseph I Lot 12 Bk 13 ... ............. 18060-13-12 Jennie King .. .. ............... 24.2: N 5.5 chs of E 5.5 chs of NEVi
Lot per OR 187438 30. 9 21. 17729-2 & Gertrude Dix ......... '.31 !SWVi of NVa of Lot 21 ......... 18060-21 J W & Josephine Dease ......... 7.17 of NE i 28, 10. 22. 3 ..... 19840-1 Abner Jones ..................... 7.77
W 160 ft Of SEVi of SWVi less N SEVi of NW of Lot 21 .. ... ... 18060-21-5 G C Kite .. ... ... ............. 7.17 W 6W chs of SW'i of SWVi &
S 127W ft of N W 87 ft of E 362 ft of N
682W ft & less NWVi Of SEIS Of RR 29.
1065 ft & less N 300 ft 30. 9.j 126 ft Of Bk 43 .. . . 18060-434 Willie & Pearlie Sanders ....... 91.16 10. 22 18 . .. 19856 R C Brown ....?............. 25.4
J C & Emma Williams ......... 13.25 Lot 47 & lot 48 I less
| . . .. 17737-1 1 acres as E 18'!* chs of SEVi of SWVi less
555 tt W 10 per OR 14-299 24.4 acres 18060-47 R E & Ollivene Sullivan ....... 121.11 lots 123456789 10 11
S
:12145\E,0tof SWVi 0f9. 21 17737-10 Mid State. Homes Inc ............ 50.54 I I acres as per OR 14-299 in 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 25

S ft 420 ft of E 105 lot 48 . . .. . . 18060-48-1 J P & Irene Lindsey Sr ....... 67.64 1 2 28 29 29. 10. 22 ... 19857 R C Brown ?................. 26.07 ry4, r 4
tOof W 02231 ft Of SWVi Of SEVi Part of Lot 77 as per DB W ft of N 220 ft 005660

30. 9, 21 17740-2-1 Raymond Maggie McKinney 78.93 337-76 .. .. . . .. . 18060774EW F & Hattie, Harmon ............. 20.59 ft of E 18W chs of SEVi of
E 10525 ft of W 359.05 ft of S of A lot as per DB SWVi being lot 4 29.10.22 .. 19857-4 J D & Beverly Beck .......... 27.61
210 ft of N 865 ft Of SWVi of 45-523 28. 10. 21 . .. ...... 18116-1 Abner Jones ...................... 7.77 SEVi of NWVi S of RR & NEVi
SEt 30. 9 21 ........ ... .... 17740-10 Crockett & Mary Williams .... 43.96 Lots 7 < Bk 3 Rochelle ..... .. 18154-1 Abner Jones ...................... TJ1 of SW'/i S of RR less S 208 W
E 105.25 ft of W 359.05 ft Of S A triangular lot in the NE Inter ft & less lots OR 57-679 & OR
210 ft of N 1075 tt of SWVi .cfSEVi section of the Pub rd .. RR & OR 59-382 & OR
30. 9. 21 .. . .. . 17740-11 W S & Billie Sanford Jr ....... 55.42 bnd E by E F Zetrouer lot 59-45 & OR & OR .
S 100 ft Of N 425 ft Of E 119.9 as per DB V-150 2$, 10, 21 .. 18182-1 Abner Jones ..................... 8.97 537 73
ft of W 718.95 ft of SW of SEU All E of paved rd also com at & OR 82-231 & less W
30.9 21 .._n.n. 177424 J A & Rosetta Taylor .......?. 41.82 SW cor of Grace Addn run S 619 of S 1050 ft & less OR
S100ttofNS2SftofE119.9ft 52 deg E 162.8 ft to POB N 86-519 & less OR 134-198 & lessOR

of W 718.9S ft Of SW of SEVi 30, 71dog21 min B102.1ftS40 137-276 29. 10. 22 18 ..__. 19861 R C Brown ................. 29.07N .
,. 21 ... 11742-5 T W McCloud .................. ".72 deg 13 min E to E line of 104V ft of S 1042W ft Of W
S 100 tt of N 42S"WofE 1199 ft lot 3 bk 2 thence S-ly alongE .. 210 ft of that part of NEVi of Hurry get
of W 718.95 ft Of SW Of SEVi line of lot 3 bk 2 to SE cor SWVi N of rd 29 10. 22 ... .., 19861-7 J L & Velva Rush .......... 74.6: your
30. 9 21 .... .. ..._....... 177424 T W McCloud .................. 53.28 oflot3bk2N52degWlong S208.SftofElOSftofW210ft I
S100ftof N725ftof E119.9it S line of Grace Addnto of that part of NEVi of SWVi
of W 71895 ft Of SV* of SEVi POB Grace Addn PB A-41 N cf rd 22 .. 19861-10 H S & Elizabeth Butler ........ 57.54
30. 9. 21 .. ... .. . 17742-7 Oliver" Helen Watts .......... 59.68 Rochelle ... . . 18193-3 Abner Jones ..................... 13.17M N ft 2. 1. ft of W 208V in
S 100 ft Of N 925 ft Of E 119.9 tt S i 1018 ft of E 275 ft of NWVi 2' E 1042W n Of NEVi of money by

of W 718.95 Ot SW Of SEVi 30, ot NWVi & SWU of NEVi of SWVi 29. 10 .11 ........_ ... 19861-12 B L & Oneta Davis ............
9. 21 _---.. ..--- .. 17742-9 Clark & Williams ............... 46.86 NW/4 34. 10, 21 16.6 ...... -.. 18225 Bradley Heirs .-............. 40.44 I Lot per OR 151-41 29, 10. 52
S100ftoeN625ttofE11f.9ft NW of Lot 5 Evinston DB 22 a.. .. 19861-15-1 Modem Homes Construction Co.
of W 838.85 tt Of SW Of SEVi N 595 32. 11, 21 1 . .. .._ 18347 AT" Rosetta Smith .......... 48.40 N ft of W 210 ft of S ft 67.6 the
30. 9. 21 .. __... .......__... 17742-21 Oliver & Helen Watts ......... 6196 EW: of Lot 17 Evinston DB 10 NEI of SWVi 29. 10 3 22 20th. Earn .

S100ftofN/2Sftof E119ift N-595 32. 11. 21 ... .._.eo.._ 18354-4 J H Taylor ..................... 3.49 V* .... .......... ...._... 19861-23 S A Fountain ................... 4.09
of W 838.85 tt of SW SEVi 30 N 70 yds of W 35 yds of lot 3 N ft of S 834 n of W 210
9, 21 .f. 17742-23 Ulysses & Annie Cobb ....?.? 68.24 32 11. 21 Vt ..........__.. 18354-23 Alice Williams .?............... 3.49 2 NEVi of SWVi N gradedrd
S 100 tt of N 325 tt of W100 ft Lot 1 Lochloosa Gar dens 29, 22 _... ...o. 19861-24 R C Brown .........?......... 847
of W I 3-11 acres of E 14 6-11 NO. 1 ............-. .. ... 18354-42-1 J C & Geneva Anderson ....... 31.29 SW I art 10. gov lot 2 o of grt profits from the 1st.
acres of SWW of SEVi 30 9, SPORTSMAN HAVEN 1ST ADD OR 91-220 lot as per DB &
21 : 17743-3 J E & Betty Edwards .......... 45.32 Lot 16 ...................... 18354-49-16 J S & Faye Davis Jr .......... 22.13.ot less lot as per DB 315 &
21S100ffofN425ft'ofW100ft l. 64 ...................... 18354-4944 H H & Patricia Beckwith ....... 26.41 less lot as per OR -J &
W 7 3-11 acres 'of 'E 14 611acres Lot 72 ?.....-........-..... 18354-49-72 R R Wheeler .. __............ 3496 less lot OR 15& I@$100 ft
of SWVi of SEVi 30. 9 Lots 1 2 Cross Creek Park R-W as 171-20 10.

21 .. .. .. 17743-4 Napoleon l Beatrice Filer .... 77.40 PB E-l. -. 18354-59-1 G W & Cora Bass ............. 138.21 22 320W210ftof p. __ .3. 19870 R C & Julia Brown ......... 28662 A little delay may leave you
S 100 ft Of N 425 ft of W 100 ft 1.7 acres as per DB 317-45 21. E 250 ft of N210ft

of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 4-11 12. 21 1.7 18354-85-1 D M McKay.................... 3.49 of S 666 ft of that part isid
acres SWW of SEVi 30, 9. & NE'of NE'/i & NWVi of SEW grt DB -J 30. 10. 22 19870-3 W C Giliand ..'.................. 4.09 waiting at the dock for
21 .. O.f.. .. ... . ... 177434 J E Betty Edwards ?........ 42.42 less 9 acres in NW cor DB All free sec grt less .
S 100 ft of N 725 ft Of W 100 ft 302309. 21, 12. 21, 71 .. . 1835446 Rose Y Homan .................. 1.37 ing described lots bks 1 fll .,
of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 4-11 BIRD BEACH lotlBkS&lots9108k10&W455ftofBkll&lots '
Lot 3 WW of Lot 4 OR 123 your dividends. Visit now
or
9,
acres 21 .of SWVi....._.of....SEVi.. .. .30...... 17743-7 Ollie & Margaree Gibson ...... 75.26 15-352 ......_h_._.__... . 18397-3 L R" Kathleen. Dennison ..... 326.39 Bk 13 & lots 13 14 IS 16 Bk u ,
EW: of lot 4 & lot 5 as per 14&IotsS$7Bk1S&NVof .
S 100ftof N 825 ft of W 100 ft OR 20-14 ._ ..._.......... 183964 .... .
of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 6-11 n. ELS, Rebecca Dennison ...... 86.89 '
acres SWW of SE34., 9 Lot 31 as per OR 4-362 ._...___, 18396-31 Cogburn Phillips ...-......... 133.33 Bk 14 Magnesia save by mail i it's easier.

21 .f..---.-..--.. -.. 177434 levi. & Dorothy Strickland ... 56.02 Lot as per OR 97-95 30 I. 22 .. 184224 J R 4 Evalyn Stephens ...-..... 163J6 less cornat SE cor 5pls"
5100ftof N925ftofW100ft S 222 tt of N 172.5 ft Of that run S 1044 ft W 585 ft N 10 .
Pt W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 6-11 part of NW of SEV4 tying S .. ft E 585 n to POB 31. 10, 22 .. 19 R C & Julia Brown ...........219.99
.acre* of SWW' of SEW 30, 9, E of road 30. 8. 22 7 -..,---. 18431-2 W B & Yvonne Head .......... 10.51 EW of Bk2&IotiBkS&
?1 17743-9 Samuel I Johnson ......,.....?. 53.88 S 48197 tt of NW of SEU lying lots 123bk13&lots13
S.,100 ft t N' 1025' ,W 100 S & E of road 30. 8, 22 19.54 ... 18431-3 L C 4 Gloria Ballard .......... 21.01 141514bk11& lots 547i Federal
N I 212 tt Of E 210 ft of W
It of W 7 3-11 acres of E Bk 15 & NVi Bk 14 Magnesia Fist
14 6-11 acres ot SWW of SEW 420 ft of that part of NWVi of c N-312 .. .. 19878-2 R C Brown ...._........... 1185
10. 9.11 ..... ... ..' ..' 17743-10 J E & Betty Edwards .......... 53.88 NEVi S of hiway 32 8, 22 1.. 18440-1 J C & Ella' Young ............. 74.80 Lots 9 Si bk 10 MagnesiaSpringi .
S '1a0ttW100tt N I 12 chs of W 10 chs of NEVi DB N-312 ..... 19878109EW E J & Janice TIpton ..:......... & loan
of SWVi 32. 8. 22 ... n.9 aoltoa
12 18453-2 ....
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?1 -. .- ... ..--.. .......--. 1774311S Erwin & Rofe & Clara Johnson 44.54 N I 138-250 175 ftof 33. I that 22 ... ... 18470-4 Milton t. Tina Harmon ......... 71.33 N 14.71 chs of W 1 chs o o
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Baker : : 12 Mat Help Wanted J

Report on Bobby Inquiry an Ji i

COUNTER MAN for cafeteria line WANT-AD RATES
end soda fountain.
Apply College -
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Inn. 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone


;: Blames Senate for Lax Rules CLASSIFIED WANTED calls In person please.. one between bus-boy.10:01 Apply and I PH. 372.8441 fi

Dial for
12M A.M. to the head waitress.
Hotel Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St.
I

WASHINGTON (AP) The To the but holds he MEN to train as route salesmen. I Classified OnlyDEADLINES :
.- remedy situation, it proprieties was not tion "convincingly prove the existence 376-4672 Guaranteed salary while training.All .

Senate committee investigating' urges a strict set of ethical legally guilty of conflict of in of a breeding ground of company, insurances.benefits.Apply Paid In per.vacations I I :

Bobby Baker goes behind closed regulations for Senate employesand terest. practices inimical to the public son to Borden's Dairy 2420 NE ==

: doors' Wednesday to consider a I' senators. Baker, 36, resigned as secretary interest." 19th Dr.. Gainesville. : Tues. thru Fri. papers-5 p.m. Day before publication -
DRAFTSMAN.. full time permanent 53 For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
: proposed report that blames the The report, submitted to the to the Senate's Democratic "No amount of sophistry it position. Experience in civil engIneering For ads to go In Moo. psper-1 p.m. Sat. ii!
,
Senate for putting Baker and i Rules Committee by its Oct. 7 after conflict-of- drafting required. 5 day
special majority said, "can relieve the Senate of week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group I (Minimum ad 4 lines)

others in places of responsibility -counsel, L. P. McLendon, alleges -interest allegations.The the public criticism now directed Announcements life & hospitalization avail. For
appt. call FR 22591. g
FAMILY RATES
: without imposing "enforce that as a Senate employe proposed report said disclosures it.
against WANTED experienced GM trained == I
; 2.blestandards of honesty." I Baker was guilty of gross im- in the Senate Investiga- mechanic. Start work immediate = 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c fine
"The Senate, as a body, and 2 CARD OF THANKS ly. Must own tools. Salary guar- 37 3 Insertions ............................................... Me lint
senators have suffered anteed. Gateway Chevrolet. Inc 6 Insertions ......................................... .... I7c line I
individually WORDS CANNOT ADEQUATELY Starke. Fla. 964-3900. II Insertions ..... .................. .......... .. 14c line '
the loss of much respectand EXPRESS our deep appreciationfor Total charge computed by multiplying; total i s.x.rat.. earn
AP to Use the many kind and sympathetic FIVE MEN WANTEDto ed x number of insertions.
Pick prestige because of conditions acts that came to us at the work with large Eastern electrical !

Temporary this investigation has time of our recent bereavement. company. Age 20-40 car i
Chester Hogan necessary. Sales experience help-
I ElectronicVote brought to light." Myrtle Batey ful. Call Mr. Haney 3:00 thru = I Five letter words per line
Ig
Granvllle Batey 3:30 P.M. sharp Tuesday only.
To put the situation to right, FR 67110.EXPERIENCED. -

i 'Brain'NEW Recreation Aidetwo McLendon's report urges: 3 LOST FOUND appliance service c:: 8 Pt. ordinary Same as type 2 lines

man. Permanent work. Give qual-
1. A system of compulsory FOUND Black & tan female pop- ifications. Write box 423-A c-o = g
py. 304 NW 35th Street. Phone Gainesville Sun. 12 D.. Same as 3 lines
public disclosure of the identityof 5.
YORK (AP-The Asso 372-9684. ordinary type

ciated JEAN CARVER the financial interests of all Lost between Florida National Bank J Male Female
Press By 3-Help lines
and NBC News entered weeks ago by the city and Woolworth's olive g r e en or l8Pt.ordinarytyp.. =

into an agreement today Sun Staff Writer after integrated dances at the senators, officers and employes. Lady Buxton wallet very little I == =0

2. Compulsory prohibition "of money; contains Identification pa PLACEMENT SERVICE I
to provide to Associated Press Last week's Recreation Center were mar- pers. Contact Marian Hull FR %. 5
firing of the director Office Professional
all associations by senators officers $441.LOST.
members "NBC's electronic of the red when drunken white boys Technical 24 Pt Same as S lines B
Negro Community and employes with persons Saturday night white purse College GraduatesFor '. ordinary type
vote analysis" of elections. Center has not affected the aft attempted to dance with Negro containing papers. glasses. & other appt. call 372-6377 I
and organizations outside 10-12:00 A.M. P.M.
valuables. $5 reward no questions 2-4:00
The announcement made er-school program at the recreation girls. asked. 516-0676 or 376-0184. Monday through Friday I.The ==
was the Senate who in
"We hope to start the new are engaged PERSONNEL CENTER Gainesville Sun will not be responsible fqr more than one
jointly by William R. McAn- center, City Manager Bill conducting business with the 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 102 NW 2nd Avenue = to insertion nor will it be liable: for any error in advertisement -
and a greater extent
Friday Saturday night than the cost of
pro- tile
Slce
*cu- =
drew, executive vice president Green said this morning.He government or have business ExPo secretaries salary open an: pied by the i em IA the advertisement. No adjustment will
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within the next two to Cashler-host. attractive 5 be
said that a temporary supervisor -gram LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Td'vVrtisSment0" that do not materially effect *". value of I
in charge of NBC News, and three weeks," Green said. before the government officersor to nervous or elderly. White housekeeper, salary open$25 wk.Bookket'per. the as
has been named to fill School. FR
Easy Way Driving
Wes Gallagher general agents. Exp. Waitress salary & comm. =
manager -
in He explained that details of 27002. Lie by State of Fla.

e of The Associated Press. until a replacement for for the program still have to be 3. A requirement by the Senate Store-Exp. mechanics trainee hi schl. grad. i The lecting Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or ia Iii
mer director Harold Acosta is matter of 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Off. trainee hi schl. grad. any advertisement which it deems oblectional and to ::
E The National as a permanent
BroadcastingCo.'s E chance the
hired. worked out and discussed w ith Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. classification of any advertisement from that ordered .
service, called "electronic! the city commission."As policy, that all senators respondto SELLING OUTAll Auto salesman Exp. I to conform to the POlicy of the paper.
Green said this morning that stock. cash & carry. Grocer. Short order grill man
vote analysis," utilizes a bank! you know, when the centers requests from any of its committees ies, paints drugs tackle etc.at Insurance trainee. $100 wk. F.
he talked with Acosta on the to and discount. Cross Creek Trad- Route salesman. Levy Co. i.illmlmmI.. .,!...II1IIIfJ1\llllllllllmmurumnlllllllnDImlllln""IIf'"fI"rn'.m.. !!\ .. : !.. ".
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. RCA 301 and RCA 3301 computers the appear =uiuiiUwwuaIMwlw0IiuhIlslwtIilsuhllwul
telephone but did not scheduleany temporarily suspended Ing Post phone 4812697. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
about knowledge they haveof 120 SE 1st Ave. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
any
' to furnish extensive data for weekend activities the commission DUE to divorce I have a like new Phone 376-8234 34 Waterfront PropertyCBS
meeting a possible revIew -
a subject under investigation.The 1964 model Zig Zag Automatic
and the the
explaining comparing wanted to study mat-
of the for the dis sewing machine that does ev HOUSEWIVES and students ambitious -
results in the presidential election -! reasons ter," the city manager said. report was submitted to erything. We would like some- earn extra money no FREE! 2 kittens. Call 376- large HOME. 3 BR. 2 bath. LR.DR.
needed. hours. Fla. &
missal. room
one to take up payments of $6.00per car your own 5350. util. Rm. on
-nationally, and by state- "I want to review these plans the committee 10 days ago and mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- Call Barry 376-896 C to T?. extra large lot. Keystone Lake.
The
city manager said his offer leaked to Mon. 2051. DACHSHUND puppy. Red Female, 2 blocks to business dist.. close
and in all gubernatorial and to confer with Acosta about with the commission in the very was newsmen 14-Sales Help Wanted 9 weeks old. All shots. $40. to school. churches. Total pric
day. Wednesday's closed meet ATTENTION Phone Kingsley Lake 533-2493. $21,000, terms. By owner phone
senatorial The materialwill near future in the hopes that
races. claims that he might have Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shop .73--4386.
any ing is for members to over 609 W. Univ. will close May 15th service route for SIAMESE KITTENS 8 weeks old.
the be d go PART-TIME anbitious >
be used by AP in its daily against his being fired by Rec- centers can reop e n e to Sept. Pick-up all repair reliable resident of Aid- sealpomt. SIAMESE mother cat. FOR SALE
three weeks the draft and offer suggestions. work. 2 yrs. old. Phone 376-8996. Fine home at St.
news report to its 8,000 members -reation within two to chua County with phone and Augustine
I Director Ray Massey car. Fuller Brush Company, MALE & 2< Beach. 155 feet of ocean frontageand
Committee Chairman B. Everett NOT DIVORCED and I have a 2 Beagles 1 yr. i
said.
Green 300
and subscribers around the still stands. brand new 1964 model automaticZig phone 27117.OPPORTUNITY. mo. old. All shots. Call FR 6- feet deep. Large living
l Jordan, D-N.C., has said he 1076. room dining room with 20 x IS
Machine that
Zag Sewing
world. According to Green Acos t a KNOCKS! front glassed-in Florida room extending -
does We would like
, expects the committee to make everything.
You've read about fabulous Village from the living
The Associated Press will someone to take up payments of 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY room and
con did not indicate yesterday UF Surgeon Green. Nowhelp sell It! facing the ocean. 3 large bed-
in the
some changes proposed 55.50 per month. total price
Excellent earning opportunity for rooms each with full
tinue its traditional comprehensive -whether he planned to ask the $54.50. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- OWNER Servants baths.
report before submitting it to licensed Real Estate salesman. quarters downstairs. For
vote tabulations of all races city commission to review t he i 1075. Allen Dorman sales manager. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof further information contact the-
Given Medal the Senate. WRINKLES? Huoh Edwards Inc. 372-1551 N.W. 22nd Street. 110 xlSS', VERLE A. POPE AGENCY
in all states separately fromNBC's matter. The committee's Coty Line Away Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 20CTx130" P. O. Box 519
Republican J5 plus Tax with view and privilegesof St. Augustine Florida
Green said he is developing 16 Work Wanted Female -
currently
tabulation. Odi's Pharmacy Clear Lake. 376-5109. P'j-nf VA 9-90M
minority, which has attackedthe -. .. _
For Research 116 Central Plaza, (Next to Wlnn
'Use of our EVA data by the a weekend program to FOR SALE loa x 150 lot with well
Democrats' handling of the -_Dixie) D.L. Drugstore. STUDENT stenographers available, and 600 gal. septic tank. fenced. 35 Houses for :Sale
world's foremost wire service is reopen the Community Center will work by the hour. Howell's Phone 372-1075 after 5:00 P.M.
Dr. Lester R. Draestedt investigation, was reported 8 Baby Sitters, Child Car. Business College 218 W. Univ.
and Recreation Center, cbs e d research or weekends.
testimony to its effectiveness as drawing up a separate report. Ave. Ph. 3763.501.WANT FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR.
professor of at Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered bya
surgery home located In Westmoreland
demonstrated in NBC News"coverage |lob as practical nurse or
the University of Florida College TINY TOT companion. Call FR 6-6319. 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. N.W. Estates. On city sewers paved
.
Section. Out of City Limits.E.
of the Oregon primary St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family
Whiteliurst of Medicine, has been : RecruitmentFor PLAY SCHOOL C. "CURLY" KUEHN JR. Rm. & living Rm.. dining area.
elections last 18 Schools & Instructions
Friday
I 638 N. Main St. Central heat built-in kitchen Including -
McAndrew said. awarded the annual Julius Frid- Visit us and see for yourself. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 GE dishwasher. 2 court
enwald Medal of the American 24 SE 8th St. FR -78M. with yards walk to schools close to
OLD house needs repairing.
"This analysis of voting Stumping Association Band PLANNED program awaits your Real Estate Exam 25 x 100' lot. Make an otter. U of F & medical center FHA
Gastroenterological pre-school youngster at JACK Phone $22,700. Down payment $1,700.
trends and
speedy Interpretationof Dean George T. Harrell of the & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. COURSE 3768103.LOTS Immediate occupancy. Drive by
ATTEND First free.HOWELL'S
lesson
returns brings to Associated State 'Alone9MIAMI Music programs educational 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butlpp'Brothers.
College of Medicine announced Set Tonight film-strips. 7:45-5:15, Mon.-FrL; BUSINESS COLLEGE 372-9545 dally 376-9048
Press members the advantagesof today. _1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. COLLEGE.FR. 6-3507 372-3727.218 W. Univ. Ave Near new V.A. Hospital 5 Acres. night. _

the latest electronic techniques This is the highest honor bestowed The county school system'ssummer Child yard.Care Reasonable in my home.rates. Fenced Good MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for Call MARY MOELLER REALTOR FOR bedroom SALE house by owner In Carol modern Estates.3
(AP) Leon White-
to supplement The Associated by the Association and band will references. Phone 372-3713. CIVIL SERVICE 1019 W. Univ FR 6-4471 Furnished or unfurnished. Assume
hurst Jr. campaigned In the program Examinations. For Informationsend Gl loan or refinance. Best
Press's basic task of tabulating : was awarded to Dr. Dragstedtfor start organizing in a meeting KIDDIE KORT name address & Phone No. 34 Waterfront PropertyON offer. Call 374-8414. _

election results on local ;Miami area today after visiting "outstanding achievementin tonight in the Gainesville High Child care: center: FR 26667Employment Adams Key Training St., Jacksonville.Service. 112 W. 3 BR 2 bath house for sale. T;
'59 other counties in quest of __tal_cost: SI1.500. Call FR 2-6936.
THE GULF
and national levels, Gallaghersaid. the field of gastroenter- School auditorium. PRIVATE tutoringJr.., High FHA House for
sale NE
I election as Democratic national and first Col. Experienced. Cedar Shores sectionat
Yr. Key
ology. Students entering the seventh appraisal value' of 10000.
qualified tutor reas. rates call
committeeman. $300 down .
"To gather this information I Dr. Dragstedt came to theJniversity grade next year and their after 5:00 3726216.SPEEDWRITING. tr Other Properties payments.payment 3 BR 1 low bath.month.ly car-

J Whitehurst, a Clearwater Lawyer of Florida in 1959. invited. Shorthand David AndrewsCedar port large storage. Call after
manually would take months of parents are 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED TYPING BOOKKEEPING 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774.
I and former said his -
, work and tens of thousands of 1 judge, le was previously Distinguished Instruments will be displayed, HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Key. 3841 FOR only4.50 down_"1.27 per
travels convinced him he is the BEAUTY 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507.
hours he added. Service Professor of Surgeryand information on the program will DEMONSTRATORSEarn WINFRED H. CRAWFORD month payments, you can qualify -
man "By use I only one of 13 candidates who up to $5 per hour demon- Reg. Broker, specallzlng In for 4 BR. 2 bath home. 1806
I of electronic vote analysis this chairman of the department be given out and a movie will strating famous Studio Girl 28 Livestock & SuppliesWANT LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside
can defeat Elliott Roosevelt of Cosmetics.: Full or Part Time. AGE. 3 miles No. .of Melrose: & outside completely. For appt.
be
at the shown.
of
surgery University Phone 376-4336 after to see call
information will be available ."and save Florida for the Flor- 6. AN ECONOMICALL Y GR 5-2981. 3721._
election night." Chicago.He Appointments for signing up "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER PRICED FEED? Then try CPA LAKE GENEVA. contemporary. 3 SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700
I i idians. has received honorsin for the will be tomorrow new management. Open Cooperative Mills 16 per cent bedroom. 2 bath nearly new. cash. Total cost only IM27
many program
Although the agreement with ings for fashion directors. Part Production Dairy part pulleted. Wood paneling. open beamed Modern 3 BR. Ui bath home.
tI Most of the candidates, he the field of medicine, among from 3:30 to 9 p.m. in the time or full time. For appoint. Ideally suited for feeding on ceiling throughout. Roman Near schools. Refrig. elec.
The Associated Press is exclu-I said, do not seem to be cam- ment. call 372-7049. pasture. Special for May only. bath. Large screened patio. range air cond. and drapes.
them the GHS
Service bandroom.
Distinguished Beginners will FMX Gainesville or Alachua. 2 acres, No qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter.
Work carport
sive, NBC News may, at its discretion -;paigning. HELP turn your spare time into Phone FR 2-1095 or 461-2105. shoP. Phone 376-4068.
Melrose _
Award of the American Medical be started on their instrumentsJune money. No soliciting or deliver white sandy beach. $32,500. -

provide the same serv- Whitehurst said he has talked Association, honorary doctorates -, 8 and regular lessons will ing. Adjust your own working 30 PETS & SUPPLIES GR 5-5661. BY Bedroom OWNER.separate FINLEY AREA. 2
hrs. For appointment call CONDITIONED, heat dining room.
AIR gas
ice
directly to AP newspaper 1 vith hundreds of people about from two foreign universities -:begin June 15. 372-7049 completely turnlshed 2 bedroom Large secluded screened porch.

members.The and ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good house on Cowpen Lake, 22 miles Fireplace lovely yard walking
I:ualifications background
[ and the silver The .
and will
program continue 5 COCKTAIL waitresses at Beauti- for watch stock. and pets. FR East of Gainesville. Price 8800. distance to University. FR %
analysis is based on amass j for the committeeman post. gold[ medals of the Amerian through July 24. It's part of the ful Ocean Beach resort June In Flori 2-0033. Terms available. Phone FR 6- 757._ _
da. 2130.
Ages Starting 20th. .
of detailed information "1 find that while the GERMAN AKC. all 3672. LIKE NEW 3 BR. 2 Bath, Lg.
people Medical Association for original ,School Board's summer recrea- WO-ilOO week. Phone 376-0676 be- shepherd pups LR.. with fireplace' D.R.. built
shots to Shown' week SWANKY Large 2 tiled bath
that: has been prestored In the J have been cordial to Mr. Roose- research. ion program. All lessons are _tween 5 and 7 p.m. days after ready 7 P.M.go.. all day Sat. 'Year :around- Home' en Little In kitchen. enclosed patio, 2

computers, including all vote'velt as a newcomer from Caliornia I He was honored by the American free. WANT hava fun.a beautiful too? business and and NW 18th Sun. Ter.MINIATURE See. Don Carney. 3501 Santa* Fe 1st Lake.Fed. Mtg.Commuting$15,000. distance Assume and car carport.heating. central Near alr-cond.schools.:

histories and data I there is Phone J74-1480 & own for $3,600.00 cash Priced to sell. :3505 N.W. 13th)
on a deep-seated resentment -
"tag Gastroenterological Association from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.. Monday.Wednesday Dachshund Puppies downl Ave. Tel. 2-6795._
areas." The tag areas are pre- : regarding his candidacy -I for his work on the & Friday no other AKC registered 2 males and 2 -BY OWNER S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom -

cincts, wards and counties that I because of the short duration cause of gastric and duodenal Party Line Inc. FOR time Work please.In photo finishing lab. females.Phone 6-3800.have 2923 had N.E.shots.10th $50.St. UNUSUAL on: COWPEN a nicely furnishedhome Lake with hardwood, 2 bath floors.home.2-car central garage.heat

have been selected by NBC (about 17 months) of his resi- ulcers and their surgical treat Apply Ro-Mo Color Lab 513VaVA NINE week old American shepherd amazing opportunity for develop- Lot 105 x 127. $100 down. IU per
I Gets Charter Univ. Ave. pups. well marked. registered ment because of 'King Size' month. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call
"
News to represent the political I dence in this state, Whitehurst ment. male and female, $35. frontage. 880000. Good Terms. FR 2-2727.
_
FEMALE. age 24-35. Work $:30
Phone 6-3470. ASKI
behavior pattern of groups with- : As A.M. to 5:00 PJVU 6 days per ARCH CAMPBELL REALTORPh. SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIPN.
in electorate.The said.Whitehurst CorporationCorporation week. Starting salary $45 per FLUFFY kittens need a good 376-5707 ANYTIME. E. 4 BR. 2 bath Lg. L R. kitchen
an a Brooksville native week. Restaurant experience home. They're black and white and screened porch. Air-condi:
computers can provide I is a member of the Pinellas A of helpful but nat necessary. Phone and part Persian. 6 wks. old. BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee tioner near elem. & Junior High
new species primitiveman
chartering of The 6-0924 for appt. or apply 110 NE We are giving them away. Call River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- VA loan. Down payment flexible.

differential analysis, showingany County Democratic executive has been discovered in':Party Line Inc., 1236 NW 3rd 16th Ave. Sandwich Inn. 2-3757. 6160. 372-1854.
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deviation from the norm, I committee and former Clear- Tanganyika and named Homo :Ave. has been announced OFFICE MANAGER to take full
by charge of all our office routinesand
as, for example, that the Eastern 'water municipal judge and court habills, meaning "able" or :Sec. of State Tom Adams. records Including handling IN THE

states are voting I of record Judge. most correspondence. Good workIng FUN
differently
"having ability. The charter was filed early conditions and pay with excellent

from: another group of states or this month by Margaret G. able to future assume for girl responsibilities.No or woman. I

the country as a whole. They Owens, Page H. Peck and shorthand required but must

can compare results in any part I SEE James E. Clayton, all of be bookkeeping.good typist See and Mr.know Sandeferat some ,

of the country with its previous j by Gainesville.The No Rutherfords.phone Inquiries 103 W.please.Univ. Ave.

history or with another area.
.
I corporation has authorized RELIABLE HOUSEKEEPER 5-day
'The data is transmitted by 1 i week must have good references.
sale of 500 shares of
I common Phone 372-7852 eVict 6:00 P.M. SUNBOATS

Teletype lines directly from the the SUN stock at $10 a share. COUNTER GIRL for cafeteria line NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

computers without human inter- and soda fountain. Apply College
I Inn 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone
vention. However, key membersof TREASURY DEPARTMENT INTERNAL calls please.
I REVENUE SERVICE: On May 9, & MOTORS

the NBC News team are allowed ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Fire Calls 1964 one 1949 Mercury 4-Door Sedan GIRLS 18-80 _ _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
to add news values to the Identification No. 9CM 156038. with accessories WHITE RESPONSIBLE RE.
No reported accidents occurAt 12:15 p.m. yesterday, sawdust -' was seized in Alachua County LIABLE Interesting part-time or WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS
differentials by Teletyping in- red in Gainesville in the Florida for violation of 26 U.S.C., Sec full-time positions $2.50 hr. Apply HUNTER Fiberglass Flshteg 12 Plywood fishing boats.
past pile in the 2100 block of N. tions 73017302. Any person claiming an HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
Hotel Thomas.
Mr. Helm. Boat Introduced by FRANK
formation directly to the com.puter's 24 hours, according to the Main St. Interest for In remission said property may file petition 615 NE 2. 7:30: ,...ItThura... PHILPOTT? $49 JO GOOD YEAR$10.99 SERVICE STORES
or mitigation of forfeiture

memory while it continues -Gainesville Police Department At 8:30 yesterday false or file a claim and deliver a May. 21. Management positionsopen. EASY CHARGE TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 212-3537j
p.m.
to and tabulate. $250.00 cost bond with the undersigned '
analyze and Alachua County Sheriff's alarm at NW Fifth Ave. and on or before June 1*, 1964, otherwise the UNIQUE positions open now for ladies The Heart Of East Calnesvilli
The computers print out the office. property will be forfeited and disposed of who quality for personal! e d I L FRANK PHILPOTTSSPORT Check with Charlie
12th St. according to taw. Marvin H. Dunn Supervisor services. Vivian Woodard Prestige CENTER FR 2-1791. List of Classifications to choose

Information in English as, for in Charge Alcohol and TobaccoTax Line Cosmetics. personal Interview Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from
example, that one candidate "is Division 333 U.S. Courthouse and In the privacy of your home. Call Fishing Boats.
Post Office Building Jacksonville Flor _376-1480 for appointment.
ALACHUA COUNTY''
I running behind in Chicago because Child Meet ida. WANTED experienced bookkeep e r. "Where Quality Sells Itself" ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving.
Evangelism :2
(3353) 5:19 26 '
of the vote.'" ; Insurance experience desirable but JOHNSON
heavy Negro
.
I not necessary. Salary commensurate 20 2-foi'f'14th Ave. Fishing Equipment.Safety
SEA HORSE
MOTORS
In the Court .. the Ceunty Juds, with experience. Good working FR FR 6-6891
Alachua County Florida la Probate. conditions with congenial peop I e. SALES AND SERVICE Items.
II In Wind-Up Saturday la re: Estate ef Please send complete resume of Mon. Thru Fit 5pjn.. Sat. 9-t Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
I NOTICE OP SALE WILLIE S. JOHNSON experience to box 422-A e-o Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. 'Golfing Equipment.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .. .,; Deceased. Gainesville Sun. BAIRD'S MARINE
\ You are hereby notified that the following Te All Creditors and Persons Having 601 S. MAIN ST. Tennis Equipment.-
motor vehicle 1961 Rambler' 2- An estimated 200 children and Claims Demands Said
: Saturday's meeting will be er Against Estate: Wonted
12 Male .Help _ _ Baseball Equipment.
elr SB45486S will be sold at public sale You and each of
you are hereby notified -
I I at M:00 o'clock on the 25th day of May. parents are expected for the the first time the groups have end required to present any claims

1944. at 1321 North Main St.. Gainesville first mass meeting of the "Child been together.It'll I!and demands which you : either of ARCHITECT or senior draftsman Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish.
Florida. The proceeds of the sale will be you. may have against estate of
applied to tile payment of the cost of retaking .Evangelism Fellowship" Saturday ,WILLIE S. JOHNSON deceased late of permanent position salary open.Box .
storing and sale of said motor I morning in Stephen Foster be a "windup rally." said County, to the County Judge of 790 Lake City. Fla. BE CAREFREE Plus many many mere.
vehicle and the cost of publication of notice !Alachua County, Florida at his office in
of sale and then to the satisfaction ''school. The group will become dormant the court house of said County at Gainesville FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Get Results enJoy a clean and healthy pooL
ef the balance due under the contract the ; Florida, within six calendar months Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE IN THX
with Roy Richard Lamb. 451* SW 47th The inter denominationalgroup during summer and from the time of the first publication of Supplies .. Monthly cleaning
Way Gainesville Florida. William H.Brya" start back into operation when this notice. Each claim or demand shall service.FR .
". 110 NW 4th Ave.. Gainesvl e. organized here last September be in writing, and shall state the place For top quality workmanshipcall 2-5363 6-0069 J-3171 SERVICE DIRECTORY:
I Florida covering the financing of said I to bring religion into school starts again. of residence end post office address of
motor vehicle. Any surplus will be paid the claimant end shall be sworn to by
to you. and you will remain liable for the lives of the county schoolchildren The classes meet for an hour, the claimant his agent. or his attorney 372-6142

any said contract.balance remaining unpaid under "to reach the un- once a week, after school Sat. filed and any shall sued be void.SELIG claim. or demand not so GAINESVILLE UPHOLSTERY MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

Dated this 5th day of May. 1q64.ASSOCIATES reached" has met weeklyin urday's windup meeting will be I. GOLDIN St.
DISCOUNT As administrator of the Estateof 15fH N.W. 13tk
CORPORATION eight classes during the from 10 to 11' ajn. in Stephen Willie S. Johnson. deceased Free Estimates-PICK n and Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441
BY: H. L JAMERSON First publication May 5, 1964 delivery.
SchooL
Foster
Gainesville. Florida year. (3316) 5:5. 12, 19, 26


PC.'T CtliHESE GLASSES..mf MY AA

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TO THINK ABOUT WON7WE TUR/-I-iEATH! ALWAYS HOPE IT'S DAq)( fNO'JG1i
ANOTHER NATION WANTS YOU MUST REMAIN HERE \f>'l < < ? OBViousty-you CAN CIlAYto'LIW'
COMES THAT'1W CAN GTjO
THOSE R1RES, PIANA. A UNTIL AFTER THEy'RE /* K : NEVER TALK ABOUT IT- us'
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SHIP WILL RCK THEM UPTONIGHT. PICKED '
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1 I I E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN ,
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 3 Br. WATCH FOR
$400 DOWNAssume FHA FINANCING BR. 2 bathhouse FENCED Fla. Rm., large fenced yard in BRICK HOME fenced wooded lot. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
REAR
1806 NW 38th Terr. Only YARDA beautiful Idylwild. Priced at $14.- 4 BR, 2 bath Ig living rm.. JR. :
THE TIME IS NOW. Loan at $94 per mo. for my $91.27 per month. Phone Arnold complete home: Wall-to-wall 000. Fla. Rm.. & screened porch. Homes. Lots. Income Bus-
Cooperative apartments to
3 bedroom 2 Bath Fla. Room Realty FR 23522: for appt. carpets. draperies. central air Elect. kitchen. cent. heat & air iness and Lake Property.Farms .
., conditioning., fenced be built in Gainesville. For
Home. By Owner. 1937 N.E. 7th rear yard. NEAT and CLEAN Spacious 3 cond. Many extras including and Acreage.E. I
Terrace after 5 P.M. YOU will like the colors in this Quality Chambers gas oven Br. Home in Excellent Condi- swim club membership. NE sec "CURLY"" KUEHN. Jr. information call FR '-2921or
3 BR bath home If you range and hood. Use of shallow- tion extra large. Reasonable down write:
on lovely garden tion. payment. 638 N. MAIN
IN CITRA. Two 2 BR homes ST.
well pump to keep lawn and P. 0. Box 13956
don't owner will change 'em. Best
lot. Price only 12200. $123 per mo. Call FR 25953 FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6514 I
for sale. $2500 each or we shrubs in
buy at 15750. Fenced yard. WW present luscious con-
; Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr will move houses. $150 down Carpets. and drapes. Call FR 2- dition. Vanitied laundry sink in evenings. Gainesville Flo.

and $50 monthly. Call Mrs. 3784 or see at 719 N.W. 19th Lane. connecting utility room. Large DAN BYRDASSOCIATES University Park
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James L. Bow in. Newberry, living room,
separate dining
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House to Rent? Fla 472.2258. $450 DOWN room. Three large bedrooms. INC.Jack I EYES RIGHT! I ADVERTISE IN THE Apts. V
3 central Hugh Edwards. Inc. 3721551.
OH bedrooms and 2 baths. DeYot Realtor See real dream living In Shadow SERVICE DIRECTORY
MOM
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heat. screened porch and large Associates Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. -
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land- KOREANVETERANS --- -
family room beautifully
You'll love this 3 bedroom 2 bath Walter Stoddard. Chris Stone D. Oliver Bldr.Ph. .
with back fenced.
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS beauty at top Northeast location. near scaped schools and shopping.yard $15,000 Emmett Holloway FR 2-084 V mtlr: : _.:s: '._.
vacancy Terrazzo floors, G.E. built in 825 NW. 13th St. 3722511
West on NW 39th AVI. past ff.
611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call anytime :
j oven and range. Newly redecor Only $100 down N.W. New 3 Call Night or DayQuality the Glen Springs intersection '

I : YOU MORE than the ad that will rent ated. 15500. $600 down. FHA. Ralph Realtor BR 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate see sign on left. .:.. 'iIcefu!
Pay only $101 per month Includ- occupancy. All city servo
ing taxes and Insurance. FOSSEYDick ices, 3 blks. to elementary and --- ----- r: ;[

; it HUGH EDWARDS RobinsonAssociatePh.. lunior high schools. Price $12,250
376-1359 to $15,000 including brick colo Homes I.
11 W. University Ave. nials. Total monthly payments
INC. "Selling Florida Since 1904" from' $75. Located N.W. 39th St.. HOME

: Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. N.W. 13th and 14th Place. Call Illtir. "

your 3721551. Redfranks 2-9545 BUTLER daily and BROS.6-9043 nights. WEST VILLA I 88


EVERY DAY until it is rented : NEWLISTINGS N.W. 16th Ave.. BUYERS .
Realestate i\\)!
McCOY'SMacoma 6JJ.J f f r/J
& 37th St.

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: MODERN FLORIDA STYLE Homes GUIDEby ; oa '" ;LIle

HOME The large living ,

Ii $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day I! THEIR See this LOSS excellent could listing.be your Three gain. room room, &dining outdoor area.patio Flori and d a Inc.For TERMSWalter I The James Co.

i bedroom two bath centrally heat. walled garden beyond the Sale very attractive 3-

e $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day ', ed Florida and air Room conditioned and screened house porch with flow sliding into glass each wall other.literall 3 large! y E.bedroom.University 1.bath Ave.home.; walking 4617 The. Inc.Homes James Builders for Co.this of of area Gamiesville. Kings-will- I; Village t QfJ/ ,

berry
bedrooms. 2 baths modern
overlooking a spacious landscaped distance to Lake Forest
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day I'l| garden. built-in kitchen. CENTRALAIRCONDITIONED Schools. Price 12500. $500 Stubbs Inc. tions be happy to answer have any ques- M I
might concern-
for the down and $7950 per month. you "- .
$400.00 DOWN and $80.00 long hot summer ahead. If ing home ownership. You mightbe
Call Gerald 1
per V. Q.
or McCoy
i $60 mo. . $2.00 day 6 MODELS OPEN
per of those people that
per month will buy this three bed- you enjoy truly MODERN Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR "We Trade Houses" one
home but found
;, room house with Florida Room. FLORIDA LIVING you 6-5015. Office corner N. Main now owns a j

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day i! Range and refrigerator included. this.should ONLY call $22,000.us now to see and 23rd Blvd. this that Is it the is now case. InadeQuate.a call to The If t; Today 1 Till Dalk 'E

2 bedroom home and 3.34 ---- James Co. could very well 9
masonry
= $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day i ACRES OF LAND ONLY 2i!/ CLOSE TO UNIVERSITY GOLF -. tlflllllnrn'mIlJIIIII'IIIIIIIIIYIIlIIHlIll1nl1lllUttlllJll' '!! _l Jflllli! l _" iillmmjjiii i solve your problems. By this m (A 1ll'A..AA (A h
I I miles from the city limits. $1.- I COURSE & Campus. Cozy we mean trading In your present 4Yee
I 000 DOWNI 3 bedroom 1 bath homen home. H fNIWlfJ
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$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day est led under spreading ; COMPARETHESE EI 6

BLACK ACRES We have 2 lovely oaks. Only $11,000 with There are a number of ques-
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: $80 per mo. ., . $2.66 per day I homes 3 bedroom in this very 2 desirable bath masonry area. per$350 mo.DOWN SHOWN and BY appx.APPT.S70 HOME VALUES tions cerning that trading.we can We answer feel that con- 1.1// &HUGH EDWARDS, INC.! I


I E $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day CALL US FOR DETAILSI ONLY. Call 6-0817. I BEFORE YOU BUYSAVEI i iI by pick talking a suitable with floor us plan you can and ;: ;:; 2837 N. E. 15th Street :

ACREAGEWe have several JUST OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS exterior design that will suit
large and small tracts of land We now have several your needs from our. many Phone 372-1551 tjv
: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day \\t. J
available. CALL US NOWI homes listed which are lust plans that we keep on hand. :
I outside the city limits Norwood A call to the James Co. will .
t : $95 per mo. ,. . $3.16 per day where TAXES & UTILITIESARE I i get all the facts about any ;:l: ::;::,,;:: ::::::::"" V.:::':;:g%: %"*fAjyQf>: AMJkS.V.v* WAV';:A:::':::\'f.I.:1t: ; $msrff/
John Merrill LOWER but whereyou type financing any questionsyou
can still enjoy all the might have without any; V
Hope --
E $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Realtor major conveniences of city = obligations on your part. -
living. Call us about these.
MULTIPLE LISTING = IIIJIIIIJIIIIlIIIIIJIIJII1ImllllllllJllJlll! "H" I nc. We have lots available Inmost
Phone 3721494 BEFORE YOU BUY let us show any section of town for
: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR ASSOCIATESMARCELLA you this NEARLY NEW m H15 NW 40th Drive you to choose from. YOU

PARDI home with well established | 3 Br. 2 Bath We Trade Homes
W. H. BUCKHANNANMCKINNEY yard. 3 large bedrooms. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
2 glamorous baths. livi n g- g We must sacrifice this Paramore have over 30 year I

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS I room of entertainment size H --Our inventory is too or Property combined experience In the
construction of homes. By care
proportions. separate dining-
GREEN I room. panelled F I lor Ida s much-We will take IlUJWWIIIJ/JJIIIJDJJIIIIIIIIWUIIUIUJUIWIIII/ S'' ful supervision by Jim and CAN
room with old brick fir e- =- $750 for our equity. I Gene it will enable you as the BUY

DEATONREALTORS : place. Oak strip fl 0 0 r s. g You assume $17,000 08 homeowner to get more home
Central heat & AIRCONDI- for your money and certainly!
Approximate following are for I
i mortgage.Tho ready
( : TIONING. Big modern kitchen H makes The James construe
including Disposal. H Hurry to take advantage occupancy. tion to be beyond compare.By .

i .. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole J. J. Finley Dishwasher. Built.In s t ove g of this. 08
& oven. Refrigerator I & = 3707 N.W. 21st PI. building primarily the I A 3-Bedroom, 2
If you have a large family and Washer. Double attac h e d 1 1115 NE 5th St. Kingsberry home we feel we I
J BR.. 1 bath. CCB home. Stove. ARMY Officer transferred, must I want plenty of room this nice garage with plenty of storage 4 BR, 2 bath, $650 down. 08 have a great advantage and
refrigerator air conditioner. sell 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. room. home will serve you well 4 B. room. Convenient west- 1 3 Br. 2 Bath $105 mo. 08 great opportunity for you as Bath Home With
Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. In N. W. Near School. $15,500. R. 2 bath Fla. Room Central side location. Asking LESS H Our Loss Your Gain 08 the purchaser to pick design
.. 10th Terr. then call 376-5890. Negotiate equity. FR 25043. Heat Ideally located within 3 THAN 25500. Call 6-0817 --Our inventory must 1442 NE 16th PI. and floor plans that are created .
blocks of the school Paved for appointment to see. f| be lowered 3 BR, iVi bath. $350 down. 08 by some of the country's built-in gas or electric
$14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open LITTLEWOOD AREA streets Beautiful shaded lot m We will $98 per mo. leading architects.
House Sundays. 1 to 6 p.m. Designed 4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living I This property Is in excellent condition Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor take $750 for our equi
& engineered by U. S. area central heat built.in kit., Priced under 17.000 Can Myrtle Lassiter Associate ty. You assume $13,600 3330 & 3320 If you desire complete Infor. oven and range for as
Steel Corp. Homes Division. 2100 1 bik. from Westwood Jr. High be FHA financed with low down Wm. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate mation call The James Co. and
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sq. ft. 3 BR 2 bath air cond.. 2 blks. from Littlewood elem. payment Let us show you 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817 Approx. mortgage NW 30th Ave. we will be happy to come to
brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 school. Ideal for Ig family. or this fine property before you R es. 3727943 or 376-2927 Hurry! We must sell 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn. $79.50 Snow your home and spend any little as $86.03
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. family and elderly persons buy. Call FR 23617. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING = per mo. 08flWIllUillllhIlliflhlliIllMiIIUQiflIll08flhIfflfl08 amount of time necessary to per mo.
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- Priced for immed. --- explain The James Co. systemof

6690. N.W. 13th Ave. 372.2891 sale. 3449 Good ValueYou I 4617 SE 1st PI. i I II home ownership.We (including ins. and taxes )

AN exciting home with space ex PROF. Sacrifice FREDARNOLD I FOR RENT 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. i
Moving. price. 3 will find in this 3 B.R. 1 bath = can secure FHA. VA and
cellently built air conditioned. Br. 2 bath. wooded lot 140 x 210. home in the Northwest 00 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn. $68 : several different types of conventional after minimum
f 3 BR. 2 Bath family room and Faculty neighborhood. 3436 S. W. Only $400.00 down and $88.area.00 amonth 124 SE 7th St. per mo. I financing.Let FHA down.
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fireplace. now being completedby 20th
Lloyd Myrick, Builder in St. Call FR 3617.. is 3BR.1 Bath 205 SE 3 8th St. 51is us mention a few of
1 Year I
NE 2 yrs. old 3 BR. 1 Lease. $95 per Mo.
bath.
Wimberly Estates outside city Bath, dn.. the Homes
$300 $66 per mo. that are either under -
limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off C/H.stove screened. porch. patio LittlewoodHere i DJlllllllonrrmnnmnmrlllJ.llIDUlmllllJlIIIIIIIIIDI 081 construction or in the NOTHING DOWN V.A.

N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22.- dn., $75 refrlg.mo. FR d.washer.22774. $500 is the house that will suit REALTOR 303 SE 38th St. planning stage.4Bedroom .
500. Phone 25689.
your needs. It has.the location- 304 & 314 SE 39th Sf. ($100 Closing Costs)
NO DOWN 3 full tile baths
PAYMENT Norwood 081
3 BR., 2
right by the school. It has 1
3 B.R
WEST VILLA ESTATES 3 BR 1 bath $400 dn. $64
bath. Central heat, central air 2 with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled baths. Fla room Kitchen con- per jno.
condo Northwest. $19.000. Call I btnatlon 4004 N.W. i area. You must see this hometo
bath wall-to-wall carpeting. cen- Central heat. It is I
376-2927. appreciate it. We will tradeon It has all these
tral heating. built in kitchen priced right only $16500 Can IJUlUllllllllllllUJIUlDUllUIJJII/IlIlIUIIOUDJlU/lIII! / / this features
13th Place one.3Bedroom
Includes dishwasher. Located on FOR S91.27 per mo. you can qualify be FHA financed One yr. old- I ,Hope i I

large wooded lot with circle for FHA 4 BR. 2 bath home. Owners have left town and must 3 bedroom 2 bath residence. centrally 3236 NW 29th Ave. == I, W bath with I found in the
For appt. to see phone Arnold sell. You should investigate most expensive
balance I before
drive Orlg cost 20000. air-conditioned and heated "H" I Inc.
| 3 BR. 2 bath, $650 dn. $98 08 hardwood floors located on '
$17,389 Equity $600. payments Realty Co. 3723522 you buy. Call FR 23617. Enclosed patio. Large lot beauti- per mo. 08 ; well shaded lot. Small down-
Incl. taxes and Ins. $143 per HOUSE and 6 lots Lake ful trees. 15000. FHA.Construction .
mo. Phone 372.9172. Homesites. Price 12500.in For Shore information t J. Fred Guy ASSOCIATES Jayne Butterworth I. | We Trade Homes payment. Kirkpatrick & Pierson home :

WHY PAY RENT? call 3722840. Col. J. W. Davis R. J. Wiltshire SouthwestBeautiful 1 or Property 3301 & 3311 to start soon on
New homes. $7,500. 3 bedroom. tile 4 BR, 2 Bath home in N.E. Sec: Multiple Listing : NW 30th Ave. 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesIn
brick home Va 5 Owens.Corning
bath $65 per month. Located on on acre inniiKiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinDiiiiiiin/ N.E. Gainesville. Call now fiberglass Insulation certified
.. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some tion. Den screened porch air- lot. Over 2,000 square feet in I =- 4 BR. 2 bath $600 dn. $91 08 I and make all color selections Central heating optional central air aluminum. windows -
t trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. condHionmg central heat. Price PARRTSlTPRESENTS main house. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths 1 ALL OUR HOMES ARE per mo. 58 All these will be brick veneer. quate wiring for III future needs modern cathedral COnditioning beam ade.
$16,900 $600 down ceil.
pay. 2809 N.E. I separate dining room. large famIly Ings .
10th = OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. 08 We have 40 lots on 39th Ave. television wire built-in telephone outlets In
St. Call 2-6455. master
WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD roo m. Fireplace In liv I In g = JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF 100'x276'. Pick a lot and house bedroom and kitchen spacious storage .
V Walking distance to schools. 3 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Carol Estates room. Central air -conditioning H YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave. plan to suit you. pressure treated lumber foldaway closet areas doors .WolmaniZed full landscaping
BR. 2 baths home In Skyline
x-V Heights. Study hardwood floors. near schools. Pay low equity and heating. $24,500. 3 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 3 BR 2 bath, $550 dn. $34. s and spot sodded lawns paved streets, curbs. and
V 9i. built-in range & oven. Cent. & assume VA loan with $77.94 I i = FR 4-5301 or FR798' per mo. Now under construction 3- gutters full concrete driveways storm drainage city sewer.
.P.p mo. payments. Ph. 376-0539. $700 Downto Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 age double stainless steel sinks .
Call
heat. Shaded tack yard. !jjnnmlmlllRlliIIIIIIIIIRIIIIlllllllllllllJnmmaHlIIJlJlIJlI gas or electric Tappan
376-0862. EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned 3 i NEW LISTING Here Is a perfect qualified FHA Buyer. 3 bedrooms IIIIlIlIII1IIIlJIIIB! Sq. Ft.on shaded floor area 100x276 double lot. Will carport built In oven and range range hood with fan and filter .
BR home -Paneled Fam home. safety edge Formica cabinet tops custom built-In cabinets
II beautiful
y and spacious .
2 baths large living room
,_ FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW sec. trade on this one.
tion. 3 bedroom. 2 tile baths. Room adjoining living din In g I for gracious living. located in a with fireplace den and modern Wall-Tax vinyl paper In kitchens and baths colored bathroomtile
..; built.In appliances. double car. area for extra spaciousness electric choice westslde location this 4 kitchen with dishwasher. Full and fixtures built-In vanities in all baths Moen Dial-
port. paved street. connected to range and dishwasher. Assume bedroom 3 bath home with swimming price $17.COO. $107 per month In- HOUSE HUNTING? I Cet tub and shower fixtures PLUS free membership In
sewer. Small down payment. 4V4 per cent Gl mortgage.. pool and lovely patio livIng cluding taxes and Insurance. resident-restricted Swim Club and Community Center.
Days Phone 3723826. After 6 Will consider financing balance.. room with fireplace separate
P.M. 376-4774 See this unusual buy at 2213 NE dining room. large family room. CHECK THESE NORTHWEST !
7th Ter. carpets and drapes includ e d. $21,500Excellent
: 1 BR CB. city water lot 50 x 140. loads of storage space central 3 bedroom. 2 bath homeIn I Visit Our Model Today At

paved street. down payment $200 I Investigate Now heat and air conditioning. Littlewood Westwood school HOMES TODAY : II
and $50 Immed.
monthly. occu
I pancy. Located near bus line and LARGE WELL ESTABLISHED ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE area. Carpets and drapes are in I Highland Court- Manor
GROCERY cluded. Charming screened porch.
Stephen Foster School. 1114 NW STORE. for sale with Relax and enjoy life and your !
complete Lawn and landscaping are exqui- FHA & VA$5,4OO
Inventory.
39th Ave. See It and phone 376- boss and make a Be comfortab your own family In this 3 bedroom, 2 bath site. 1029 N.W. 36th Drive.
7170. home. Large living wall
room to
living. 11 miles from Gainesville For More Information
wall
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, j. BY OWNER Mason Manor 3 BR, In small town with business already Separate carpet. and bride fireplace. Lakefront Call I
dining room m 0 cern
l 2 bath cen. heat built-in kit. established. The price and I
-. huge screen porch, paved dead terms are reasonable. Call us for kitchen plus a lovely scree n e d 90 Acres on sparkling springfedlake
patio on a large
end street. shaded lot, reason full details. beautiful lot. with sand bottom $40,000. 29 TheJames I
ably priced. FR 22378. .GOOD BUY pet. down with terms. Three bedroom two bath colonial model. All! brick
Owner leaving town
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: 3 BR, family rm. home. Treed EXTRA SPECIAL: and must sell 4 bedroom, 2 bath front corner lots paved street all city services walkto Co. !
lot. Uniewood Westwood dlst. JUST home living room, family room. ARNOLDRealty elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550
Top shape. Avail. Aug $15.100. LISTED Your children can I built.in kitchen and
scr e e n e d down only $94.53 month complete. These homesare
I J .-. Satisfactory financing. 527 NW 35th walk to Littlewood and Westwood porch. central heat and cent r a I Company ; per Of Gainesville, Inc.
schools. New 3 bedroom, 2 bsth new and almost ready for occupancy.
St. Ph. 376-0417. air conditioning. Priced to sell.
on paved dead-end street. Built in Multiple Listing Member Builder of Kmgsberry BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERSSales
: 822 NW 39th Ave. 2 BR furnished. kl'chen. fireplace in family t 1219 W Umv Ave. V 3723522Assoc Homes J
SUMMER COMFORT You must !
w_ Large. hobby lot. near workshop school. 2 Quick car garage trrl roo-n Hut 2 car end closed Ar garage.Coil: Avr Cen-: see this attractive 3 bedroom.. 2 I Jane Caldwell te;: F. W.Pete Hodge Sing ', $13,500 V OFFICE PHONE Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 1 llth
bath hore :
located '
in a cho
ce Jim Sheppard Charlie Meyo
sale $6995. Terms. Owner. FR 6- a5e in June. Financing can be 372-2527 Terr.
northwest area. with swimming I Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene
: 3604 weekends. arranged at no cost to you. Call I poo!. shuffle board court. modern NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS

3 BEDROOM home. extra large for appointment to see. built.in kitchen family room. central I 372-7401 i J Phone 372-3471 .
rooms. hardwood floors. N.E..sec heat and air conditioning. M Three bedroom, one bath model with double access ; j

tlo. Large shady lot. FR *- ALACHUAREALTY to master batrr. Stunning exterior elevation. lOOx ---- ---
5556. UNDER $10000. New 3 bedroom 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. .,
homes built under FHA specifications
SEEING IS BELIEVING. Indoo r- and available to quahf d Monthly payments only $81.00 per month. ,,"
e I PRICE REDUCED VVVVVVVV w
outdoor Florida living at Its .I w..Va.V.V VVVUVu..V.a.V..w..a V ::
buyers with FHA
best. In addition to the usual this closing costs and no financing.city taxes.No I Like new near shopping. 3 br. 2 r--;
house has a covered garden Associates Phone for further details. bath. Cent heat Cent air, modern $15,000Three j 1 V
extra largo screened porch patio Member Multiple Listing kitchen ornamental fenced patio.
central heating air-con Aria T. Smith, Realtor
WESTSIDE. New residential subdI- Call today. Call MARY MOEL-
ditlonlng. and many other features. Mabel Gore Associate vision opening Located LER bedroom. two bath Sherwood model. 1200 I
561 N.W. 58th St., Durant Es 35 N.E. 1st St. 37W448 soon. on Better
tates. FR 2-0954. Newberry Read. Just $500.00 square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down Hurryl11
-_ down. 5 years on balance. [
2 BR CCB. terrazzo floors. tiled J. W. :ANGLEWOODAprx VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately I

bath furnished or unfurnished. KIRKPATRICKCHARM M. M. Parrish 2000 sq ft of gracious living $91.00 per unit complete.
Small down payment with pay. space 3 br 2 baths. Fla room.Cent .
ments of $55 per mo. Cal FR *- AND ASSOCIATES. INC. heat awning windows dbl I N
1524. In a colonial manner on a MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. garage. Ig corner lot. See MARY $12,250 ',1
corner lot In Black Acres. Brick Wayne Hill Helen Graham MOELLER
STUDENT 2 bedroom
sacrificing 1
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and
CCB home. furnished. Including frame. dbl-hung windows with
appL Partly and washing mach. shutters fireplace. carpet. 3 bedrooms 19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375SPACIOUS NEARGAINESVillE Our best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone 1 Homes

II minutes from Univ., few 2 baths. two car ga bath home new and distinctively different at $400

-_ blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. SPECIAL rage. in$23,80000 I down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees $74.00 a month i
$9.500. 4117 N.W. tills SL-FR ,24635 so many ways: Size :
After S:30.. I 3 bedrooms 2 baths Over 2900 Sq. Feet living area In I Charming: spacious 4 br 2 story total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.All Just
: .V Area Uttlewood this unique home. 2 king size house. partly furnished. entry city services, walk to elementary and Junior High
RENT or sale easy terms, 2 BR. Bonus .- A playhouse BR's 1 smaller BR Huoe living hall ig living room dining room. schools.All .
CB steel roof deep well V4 acre. Terms Very flexible kitchen. large landscaped yard.
20 min. Gainesville* Phone 466 V '.Price $14.400.00Mortgage room room large builtin Fla.elec.room.kitchen.big famIly Al-- Lake view Melrose, Fla. puMARY of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street ;I i

'-. 3224. Mkanopy. -.4V* pet. so extra kitchen with stove. MOELLER N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily accessible Left :
t 3 biks. from Finley school. 3 BR.V i SPACE for your grand piano, space Ref.. & washer-dryer. 2 tile baths. I to downtown medical center. VA Hospital and I
1 bath dining rnv. screened I for your full-size buffet. space for 3 A-C units. HW & tile floors. BUDGET HOMEr nearby shopping center. :.
porch garage. $14,600. 1735 NW your king-size bed and elbowroom Some of the most gorgeous pan- i :
7th PI. FR 28553.TEMPTING. foryou and all the family elling you've ever seen. 0 pen 3 \Vt baths partially furnished :
I' too. near schools & shopping. low WHY PAY RENT?
beam ceiling. You'll have to
"- BUY Superior construction and reasonably I. see to believe such exists. Can down payment low mo. pay $10,0t in Pine Forest
.-.. a Bedroom. 2 bath kitchen built. priced at $:4.5OO.00.! be used as two large Apts. So 900. i'If --- II
in family room central heat and I LAKE ROSA frontage and a year convenient to town. All this and Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View
air conditioning. Fen ced back round. modern. masonry. 3 bedroom I. more for $17,700. Excellent terms. J&
yard. Outside city limits. Priced house with 4 car garage MARY :: thukv fafat tet&np community
very reasonably. Located 3945 and large lot. Recently reduced I !;
.... N.W. 36th Street. Phone FR 6- to $18.000. Ready for Immediate UNiVERSITYREALTY 3

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85 Automobiles fo Sate
CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1 BR trailer. S65 per me. No pets.
I II FURNISHED. I BR cottage all Utilities turn. FR 25633. t tII USED refrigerator gas range and NOW SHOWING Value Rated :
electric, tile shower good ventilation 55,000 BTU oil heater with fan. 1964 MOBILE HOES HILLMAN convertible. Minx.
1 BR, 1226Vi N.W. 8th St.. '$65.
15
== located on Santa Fe Heater new. Phone 376- 2 and 3 Floor In good condition.
b FR
1 BR, 419 N.W. 2nd Ave.. S55. almt Used Cars
$0
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- 7781. Plans. t.11 to met 29702.MERCURY. .
EFF.. 419 N.W. 2nd Ave., US.

1 Car IB MemerUmS .f TfcaaksS Wanted $. Bay == 8169. 1 BR, 3505 N.W. 17th St., S65. II GIBSON Air coitior. 18500 BTU, I your save a budget.lot at Drie little a convertible! I960 full B&G MOTOR COo
2 BR. 1010V W. Univ. Ave., J75. See at .
lAd Fu4i 1 2 Machinery! A Tools 5 McKINNEY-GREEN 34 19 Ave. CONNOLYMble per, R&H. In good condito
Furnished Apts. INC.
4 Fersoaillied Services a Bmlldlnf Materials 45 Realtors FR 2-3417 WURLITZER Mahogany spinet piano. In 1110 Phone FR 0094. Cadillac OUsmobilev

I Travel lafermatloa Houeheld Goods I Queen Anne style.'$450. TinIIH 2 Nor on U. S 4 PLYMOUTH 1961 2-door V. 2001 NW 13th Stf

S Special Notices es A.U..BCIMisc. == box springs 4224166 8. AT. 4 lareop. _
FURNISHED Apartment tor rent 46 Unfurnished mr 51. tate. new .
Apt Chromed Closed SundaysWE W-
7 Flerlste 4 Far Sale I dinette I Whte
with living Rnru. bedroom. tile Interior. $900
5 B*'j Sitters. CUM Care fT Trading Posts bath, .lr I Places Te G. A** U Article Waatei I Apt. FR 2-9569. TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen Ave. Buns Mobile Homes In Mr. Edgar Wight pmet
ThIngs 'T. ... 69 Fa.l Oil Wo4s equipped. S85 per month. SEWING MACHINE 4920 NW St 3764361 L 417 GAINESVILLEAUTO :
70 Boats Marine Eul lp. I FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished See at 4166 NW 6th St. Automatic 1 I960 FORD. V-a. 2-door- WSW R &
71 Camp Hint and cooL $60 16 Zig Z. Looks For rent or sale 1962 NEW MON H A. T. New shocks. Brakes
AUTOMOTIVE Flak I apartment. Clean TWO bedroom apt. available immediately sews like Makes trailer. 10 x 55'. tune Good SALES
'2' Alr, *.. gales-XeatsJs 33 Office Eqiipmei'% month. Water furnished. Call } lower level of duplex fanc stitches with drop In hs. Can seen 1224 E. Univ. $875. Phone liP cition. 1007 N.

77 MobUe B.... for Sale 73 Mesical Merchandise, I Ronnie Hayward FR 2-4761 or ; stove and refrig.. situated button holes, sews on Ave. b. 372-7
7S Tracks fer Sale I FR 4-4134. about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 bo. blind hems, overcasts 1962 CORVAIR Monza 4 dr., auto Phone FR 2.6313

T$ Tracks ff.Bt.4M NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mOo Phone rw Clarn & TWO bedroom house trailer 1 trans.. r n. w tires bucket Northcentral Floridas
Tractors Track BeaUlaS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE | ONE-I BR turn apt, with private FR 6-5871. Only $ mn one bedroom house trailer seats. $155. Phone 372-4932 afterBRING .
ent. Also 2 BR apt with air
a Can be rented. 5 Largest
Trailer BeaUtt 1 conditioner. Walking dist. to NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen s.5 3-2. Monday Friday Ph NH P.
U Motorcycles Sceclcrs 53 lAta ler Sal* town. Call FR 2-5514. equipped. $60 per month on a PULLMAN upholstered/ swivel t 5 out the best In your car. I Dealer,
Ii Aitom..n. Kepftire 54 Waterfront Property gas years lease. Ph. 3764372 days. chair, $15; Mahogany console FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR. Superior Auto painting &

AmUmrtntS fer Bale 55 Haases For SaleS = FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per 376-7327 evenings. table with 2 leafs and 3 chairs, tr.lle& cabana. S Owner wo Fast dependable b
t U Can Cottarei Fr Sale = turn. Call $20. 3727998. leaving state Immediate4y. -
Swap mOo Water and lights sl WRIGHT'S
LARGE modern 1 BR apt. Kit- Cal fe pup delivery.
37 Seal Eitat ExchaBted M Archer Rd. /
FR FR 2-3794. Tr./lr VI.ge.lot 2031
2-1823 or 6th St
: 38 Beal Estate Wanted 3S Chen furnished child welcome. WINDOW fan $9; refrigerator $39; 16. J. Chaftec. FR WORKS N COOPER

EDUCATIONAL > Oat ef Tew. Property 5 2 BR. furnished apartment. No S60 per mo. See at 1807 NW sltca: SI} adding machine $20; 6.
IS 8ch.U Instrectlo 6th St. type sweeper $7; nice bedroom IT'S FOOLISH 1944 RENAULT miles $1195.
40 Business Properties E pets. 311 S.E. tth St. Phone FR 20 AUTO TRIM
1* Matte. DaMtaf.SO suite portable Comet ..._.....
sewing $1395
41 Residential lucerne m 44961. 2 Bedroom, 6 room house In Melrose $ to 6 ...
more. RECKLESS to
pay
"u&ecl-laatncUoa 4! Farms at Acreage = 3 blocks from Melrose machine SIS ping pong table pay GET THE REAL Renault .. ........ .... $49S BOAT 'TOP & SEATS
43 Colored Property Rentals = NICELY furnished convenient Beach. Call 475-4061 or 475-2165 net. etc. $14; crib mattress $3; le 6 Renault ......... $795 MADE OR REPAIRED

EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property .. salt downtown area. $75. Also garage after 6:30.LARGE .j..: gate le table $ big attic $57.29$ Payment.s I.s 196 Vouxhall $350 NW
g 2031 6th St.
17 Work Wanted Male apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults fan $ birds ct moth do Ford Galaxle .... .. 1495
1< Wrk W mU4 Female RENTALS I only. no pets. Inquire Lillian's 2 BR ground floor apt. ':tt $ youth bed $10; RFD b$1 LAKE GENEVAMobIle Phone 373 o FR 2- U 376-4661
Stove refrig. Homes
14 Sales Help Wanted Music Store. Venetian blinds nice saxaphone $22 I.w Sal
s furnished. lOll SW 8th Ave. $75 mower $4; radio $5; utility _Rt. 100 SE Keystone Fla.BELIEVEIT FOR SALE 195 Chrsle.iprIal.
15 Female Ht
Help-Mal. er 41 CatUces For Bent S CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto cab ,
per mo. Call 376-2641 or 6-2930 net $4; screen door $3; aIr'c al .
;- 12 Mal Help r Wanted 45 Famished Apts. g; shopping 609 N.E. 6th St. ask for Mr. Haynes. cribs mirrors. linoleum hi- Come by .n take a --

Dramatic 4< CBfarnisned Apts. = Phone FR 2-1391. $65 per month. chairs. baby beds dishes, look. 1653 NW 14th or c.1 FOR

e' 11 Female,Help Wanted 47 Ilonie for Bent Fora II 1 BR, living room, large patio. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. antiques & bks.rumage. 37-11. TIE COREC

48 HOuse fir Bent Cnfam. g walk-in closets. large built In Bargain galore. Brant's, 513 NW i BEAUTIFUL white station wagon, TIME .
.FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 R.....
:. fer Bent H Ave. 1960
kitchen. Phone FR 23826.NICE 8 top conditionall
Save $400 10 2 BR fur Pl.
M F&rm EquipmentFe CO Hotel Booms x 4
-> = ON LAKE .
1 BR furnished Private GENEVA 2 bedroom size gas range In con nished only $3195. ro. sterin r FR 2-1411
apt.
n d"* Fertiliser28 SI Misc. Bentals = large Florida room, go 104 don & trans.
month or dition $75. Call
h
month. Wil
bath & entrance. Hot & cold per tra
Livestock 4k BappUeit 81A Wanted To Bent 14'
= year. Mathewson Manor. C II for older .
water furnished. $50 a 50 models to choose from eqit 15 Courtesy Of
Landieaptaf Tcp Soil S3 Boarders Wanted per ma.Phone GR 5-2530. I CLEAN your rugs & upholstery with car. SaL .
"JO ?eta '* Supplies 53 Office Desk Space == 2-9704 or 21995. .:.. : amazing Lustre Fom our TRAILER MARTHWY. 3725651. Chevrolet
2 University .
BEDROOM
*U Livestock WantedFINANCIAL 54 Easiness KenUl duplex at 2016 S.E. free. Beauti-
UTILITIES FURNISHED close in __ applicato
I 2 rooms. private bath off-street 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House -: Furniture C.I N. St. 17 PHONE 310 MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963 N. Main St. at 16th Are.VOLKSWAGEN.

: ., SERVICE parking no pets. 15 SW 2nd PI. _open. Call FR 6-4238. 14- colorful M.1 mounted SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 factory air-conditioning, power-
BEAUTIFUL steering. power brakes R & H
-U Bialneis Opportunities 23 Special Services E 2 BR furnished house. no pets. By Pfleguer, EAST FLORIDAOnly
SMALL apart.. private bath and entrance $70 sifs 2. A PALTK. S Call 2-5457.
87 Money 'U Lean 23 Home ZmprsementaU util. and linens turn., Suitable per mOo 3037 SW Archer $ The Tec- 3 left at
Rd. CLOSE-OUT PRICES
FR
Martf*(tifit 24 Badlo a TV Service f for quiet student or career 2-5633. Isle Box, 1490 Hawthorne Rd. SAVE to $1300 1957 CADILLAC Sedan Devilie.

Money Wanted 25 Appliance FBrnltnre girl. Car necessary $10 per week. VERY nIce. 2 bedroom, CCB carport SOLID Mahogany bedroom BANK FINANCINGNEW. Make phone an 372-0481.offer. For appt. to s

Available May 22nd. Call 376-5159 and front porch. Furnished blond 10* wide mobile homes
dining
_nm"'lUlIJ/mn'IItIIIIImtII'"lIl1t"tII""HIIIIII".... ... ........... '_ room suite. Maple
.
=.u. .m. '.m. .m.'u.IIIUIlUW' after ':30 P.M. I including automatic washer. Near _'f hutch, new Walnut table. Buffets, Town Si Country Trailer Sales 1961 PEUGEOT 0 excellent condition

FURNISHED apartment for rent school and shopping center. S110 oval front china cabinet. Reupholstered 3860 SW. Archer Rd. FR 1 $999 or best

35 Houses For Sole 39 Out of Town Property for two male only. alr-condi- I 3723039.month. 311 N.W. 20th Ave. Phone L.ws sofa, other MODERN 10 x trailer 2-2 available -offer. Call FR 2-S5 evenings.RED .

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e tionlng, central heating u t II. I Iry Ml1fU6NSew household leL NEARLY NU up to Aug.4' $75. per mo. I960 Alpin new paint lob.
Furniture
r HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. COMPLETELY furnished home. 324 N.W. 8th Phone wire good condition.
ONLY S450 DOWN Heights. Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. I 3 or 4 bedrooms. Available Ave. FR 44892.WESTINGHOUSE. 3765. Phone 374-7824 after S P.M. MILLER-
Closing cost Included.28R$62per.mo. acre lot will sacrifice.: Appraise EFFICIENCY apartment. private June 1st. $150. Phone FR 66261. 15 Model house tr.le. 10 x 35' @
at 18000. will sell $14.990. I bath and entrance. Very clean. It In a few hours-live In, washing machine. Bedroom. (4 ). Payas KARMA GHIA. 1958 Excel e n t BROWN
for Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. love this boat-neckline Westinghouse stove. 1953 4 ar Phone FR 2720 _
3 BR $72 per mo. Call 376-1168 Gainesville after 5 shift all sum- little as $200 paymentscan coiti 2- r
See at 2030 NW. 55th St. p.m. I Bedroom duplex lights and 2 STORY. 3 bedroom 2 bath fur r-er. Note smooth hip pockets with Chrysler, piece of lake front property be d balance. AChe Road. Private Own 1030 E. Univ. -
nished house. 1005 SW 13th St. bias on Long Pond. front footage ..r.MUST.
Phone FR 20258. water furnished. Couples only. trim. For cotton drip- dry 100-, Total price $2175. Like new Inside FR 2-3582
$125 month. Phone FR 6- depth Phone FR -4278
'lends.
per 3O. and out. Colored fixtures.
No children or pets. Call FR 1962 Ford
40 Business Properties after 5:00 SELL F.lc
I BR Home corner tot. West Park 4-5824. 3672. Trader can be seen at Brant Fully equip
area. Reasonable payments. Ideal Printed Pattern 9070: Misses Sizes USED furniture. Single bed. $10. Gulf Service Station.
2 BR. 4221 S.W. 44th St. $100 Call FR 2674EXTRA
for young couple. Available by GROCERY STORE FOR SALE. Do- CLEAN 2 BR upstairs apartment Call FR 2-3617 10. 12. 14 16. 11. size 16 requires Upholstered chair $8. Recliner North of High Springs on 441. P. $15.

June 1st. See .at 1031 N.W. 55th ing good business. Total price near Campus. $90 per mo. McKINNEY GREEN INC. 3% yards 35 Inch fabric.: chair $5. Phone FR 6-9631. 326 clean cars $95 to $595. FAIRERBY
Ter.. 3500. Must sell as soon as pos Phone 23329.DUPLEX S.W.l2th StCLOSE. TRAILER for sale with 10 x 15 98 day 50-50 guarantee. No down
sible. Write Box 420A C-O FOR RENT 1 BR furnished house FIFTY CENTS In coins for this cabana. Located In Gienw 0 payment small weekly or month
Gainesville Sun. 2 BR furnished apt. Gas located 309 NW 15th Ave. $70 per pattern add 15 cents for each OUT SALE Trailer Park. Lot 19. Price SV ly payments. H Si H .

GLADYS SMITH GOOD going business for sale. water for cooking turn. Private& heating.front & back Cold mOo Phone 372-8690. pattern for first-class mailing and On Wallpaper. 98c a Roll 000 Call FR 6-4627 1434 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-374.

I Dance hall beer bar. snack bar. entrance. Phone FR 24400. 1806 I AVAILABLE about June 1st. Furn. special handling. Send to Marian HARPER CO. 1961 CONSUL all extras, excellent FAR

EXCLUSIVE AREA: I building located near 40 x High 80. 1 Springs acre land.on NE 18th Place. 3 BR 2 bath home Ig. screen- Dept.Martin, ,232 Gainesville West 18th Sun St.. New Pat York tern __.10_ S.W. Tth PAIN 312-4366 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals conditio$ Phone 372-8907.

Acre lot In prestige area with 441. For Information come to 2 BR Furnished duplex. 1917 NW ed porch carport fenced backyard : 11. N.Y. Print plainly NAME. AD- F9-wSALE Carol Estates Swim 1964 4-door alro CHEVY II

t four bedroom panelled home. Two Motel 41. 5 mi. No. of High 36th Ave. $52 per mo. Call FR with large. shade trees. Goodneighborhood. DRESS with ZONE, SIZE and Membership. New member. RENT a t one-way anywhere Nova. This one montheld 1964FAIRLANE
exterior. PriceIS Close to high school ships in the United and Is being offered at $450
fireplaces. rustic: Springs on 441, Lake City road. 2-4224. STYLE NUMBER. costs $200 will sell mine fro Rent
I 21000. Call 3725393. & U of F. $150 per mo. Phone YOUR FREE PATTERN IS for $175. Phone 376-4911. Alls. 425 NW Ave. FR 6-2. belo lowest ..v.labGain/
I and 2 bedroom furnished apartments 376-7768 for appt. Call

f HORSE FANCIERS 42 Farms & Acreage some air conditioned. ONE :3 BR. house, furnished $60 Ideas READY In-new choose SPRING It from 250 SUMMER design EIGHT-piece dining set; 2 single Motorcycles Scooters "le prce.evenings 6S1 days
Summer rates. near Universityand Maple beds 2 8 6
per mo. Water Included. Call 485- Pattern Catalog. lust out Dresses. ; rugs with foam
Will like this 3 acres: outside of Medical Center. 916 S. W. pads; Whirlpool ironer, large AS LOW AS
City limits. In exclusive section. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3<<2 or FR 2362 Breaker Fla. sportswear, coats, morel Send 50 Size. Call 3724259. CRUISAIRE '68 or Lambretta '43.Mechanically 87 Automobiles Winter
House Is modern In construction RURAL PROPERTIES 6-2664. 3 BR completely furnished. air- cents now.51A excellent goo CItranport.tl
with large sleeping area. Guest conditioned home. Near shop THE best cost less. Heat water for Call FR 00
cottage. Living room wlrtl fire- ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. I ROOMY 1 BR. living room. kitchenette ping and schools. Fenced backyard less with Philgas from Fullgas / 2355. 2-2 CARS WANTED. lUG5 Fords I 1996
372- 441 private bath & private Inc.: & Al Service I
place. 30000. Call us at Hwy. Micanopy. Fla. I $90 per mo. Call 6-0630. Wanted To Rent 37653.ONE. CevroletL Her
S393. Ph. 466-3120 entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 Allstate, 1962. 1600 ,miles. $149. St.
NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. CLOSE In, 2 bedroom furnished 14' Hotpoint Freezer, 3 yrs. _Call anytime FR 6 Statio
BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre old, perfect condition $125. Has
PASTURE TWO Bedroom house. 403 S.E. 2nd St. Call 372- FURN. 2 or 3 BR house or equally 1949 Harley Davidson motor
estates. Choice of wooded or Trailer. $60; one 2 yr. warranty with it. Call FR ccle.
FA acres: fenced.: Two bedroom permanent pasture. 7 miles westof bedroom. $48. On 5 acres. Adults 1185. large apartment for Sept 1. _2"0. 74 cu. In OHV. Runs fine. DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS SHAW&KEETER

house. Deep well. Price Is $12r Gainesville. $600 per acre- only. Sorry. no pets. 4611 N.W. VERY CLEAN 2 BR house owners Call Roger Hatten 376-9361 or _Phone FR 6-70 after 6 P.M
and be financed. 6th St. Call 29838. have North Nov. John Hundley 3729128. NEW clothes for 11W fashion dolls I
75000 can be the first to make your choice! gone until Vt retail price. Many unusual de 1964 ZUNDAPP : 250 cc,
MotorcCle.
Call or see United Farm I BEDROOM furnished duplex. 1st. Very good deal for right signs. Must see to appreciate. elec.: starter. Asum.
I POOLE-GABLE
GLADYS SMITH Agency 3722954. Newly decorated. $50 month. 17 family. Phone 376-2892. 54 Business Rentals 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 2-6.512 of $30 per mo. Phone 376-23.

N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374. SALE. TRADE RENT. Furn. Un-
40 ACRES GE apt. size late 119 SE First Ave. 230 W. University
REALTOR 3 Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. refrierator. 84 AUTOMOBILE
I Uncleared land. South of Newberry. FURN. Duplex 2 Bedroom newly I furn.f. garage BR. fine location. 725 AIR CONDITIONED model $50 Call REPAIR I 372.4343 FR 2.0503
$100 per acre. Terms. S. E. decorated. attractive setting 376-1128 after 5:00
Associates: N.E. 7th Terr. 3724223 Baaum. NEARLY 1 new modem office: or P.M
Anna Hlnson Florence Burns Sapp Realtor. Newberry. Flor walking distance to Campus. Call location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. THWARTED LOVER SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Automotive
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Caroline Noyes Ben Griffin ida. Phone 4722000. 376-5379. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Ph. FR #3472, Weseman Realty, Vt c. registered diamond white repairs and tuneup. --

Member Multiple Listing ACREAGE 2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large 1113 N. Main St.N.W. gold ring set. Marquise. Orlg. Miller & Sons. 732 N.W. lit St.

rooms. screened porch. clean. price $375 sell for $275. Call Phone 372-OOEO.-
FORDYCE RENTALSFOR 13th St. Building to be con- wi
300 plus acres. ext heavy ham- freshly painted. sprayed monthly 6112 AIR CONDITIONING. Tune
RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. structed. Space available for up
FORDYCEREALTOR mock land ideal for horse farm. for per pests.mo. Phone Water FR furnished.6-5883. $60 Call our agency to find the physician dentist lawyer, pharmacy RCA PORTABLE record player & Special $2.50 for performance

house you wish. Many listed. beauty shop and barber leather case. speed. Good con- test. Al makes and models.
660 ft on U.S. 441 Commercial site, YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple Also apartments furnished. shop. If Interested Call 376-1831. dition. $25.. 4 3761131.SEEPIECE Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air Yes! It's True!

20 acre $7700.00 preferred but no children or pets. 2 bath central heat. built-in OFFICE for Conditioning Servicing Center.
Available now. Call 6-6512. stove. Call 485-3811 after :3 p.m. estate building Insurance rent for bus-real CHROME 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- .
related
Colonial Home on 95 ecres 2 lakeson or 2561.
borders another. REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th FORDYCE iness. 300 to 400 square feet,will
property. on
St. New air conditioned 1 BR remodel to suit tennant. New and Large 14 x 48" table with 12" leaf NO
within 25 ml Gainesville.
Play It CoolSoak good terms. $30.000 apts. water turn. $90 per mOo ASSOCIATES. INC clean located near traffic: artery, Five straight back & one captain 85 AUTOMOBILES for SAL FLIM-FLAM

Call FR 6-0427 or 2-4723. 926 W. Univ. 376-1234 with paved off-street parking.For chair good condition. $25. See at
oo the sun this summer and 2209 NE 15th St. or call FR 2- CORVAIR
information call FR 2-0733. equipped
be cool about It In this home with 2 ten acre tracts NW.. V mil. of I BEDROOM completely furnished UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house 1225 with Mooa.6 white sidewall NO GIMMICKS !

a marvelous swimming pool. 3 attractive city limits. excellent buy $11,000 upstairs or downstairs near S70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- GARAGE space tor rent 613 S.W. IF SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY tires. 8,000 actual miles.

bedrooms. 2 tile baths. Elegant ea. See us for acreage.: shopping center. See at 612 N.W. room house. $60 month. Furnished 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Real- Is hard of hearing. encoura g e Assume payments, small equi

living room. family room 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 duplex apt.. $90 month. FR tor. FR 2-1494 him to enjoy the benefit of a hearing ty. Wi consider older car for

with fireplace separate dining MARY MOELLER REALTOR per mo. 6-7466. aid. GAINESVILLE HEAR. Cal owner at 372-844, New 1964 GMC Pickups
kitchen with breakfast area. 1019 W. FR 4-4471 56 Business Opportunities ext.
room. University
2 BR furnished apart. with porch. HOUSE for rent. See house 2400 ING AID CO. 620 NORTH MIN 3 15 weekdays.
ICMt.d FORDYCE ASSOCIATES Near University. See at 411 N.W. blk. ,Hawthorne Rd. S BR S40 STREET OR PHONE. FR 65. DODGE Station Wagon

INc.. 376-1234. Fordyce Acreage 15th St. or call 2-4M7. $55 per monthly. Medium standard house. FOR SALE: auto. trans..,R & H 195, 2-or.. .

mo. Call FR 22840. to rent. SHELL OIL COMPANYIs 1 17/xlS' solid grey rug, with pad net good condition, new paint,

Quiet LivingJust 180 acre: ranch, 60 acres permanent 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice: & 2 BR duplex unfurnished. Locatedat now taking applications: for $2000 $265. Call 6-314. $175 DOWN

outside the city limits away pasture. fenced cross clean. For married couples on 1823 NW 7th St. No pets. service station now under construction 1 Colonial hooked rug $20.0 9x12 DODGE '57 Royal. AT. PS.
from all the hubbub this 5 bed- fenced. 2 wells. $165 an acre. Located ly. Adults no pets. Rent reasonable. Couple preferred. $SO per mo. in Alachua County. 1 Colonial Braided rug. 9x12$1. Air-cond. needs 4Dr. minor re-
room home situated on 5 acres of In Levy County. Ready for Call 376-7844. 810 E. Univ. Ave. Please call Mr. Pope at FR Toy Chest $3.00 pair. $465. Joe Boone.sme or
beautiful roiling land. Living room cattle farmer. 2-5333 for application and ap 1 Conn Silver Flute 6-7 6-0 $1u
.
s.o
EFFICIENCY apt. private entrance <
I FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. pointment. Paid training and
Yankee Civil War sword
1
and for.
with fireplace a charming
Contact FOR 160 acres: at $165 an acre. Off & bath. Lights & hot wa- 2 bath central heat. built-in guaranteed start. $15.00 .oHicers DODGE STATION WAGON '61, Per Month
mal dining room.
DYCE fc ASSOCIATES. INc.. 376- Newberry-Archer Road. ter preferred.furnished.Ph. Summer F R 6-5824.student stove. Call 485-3811 after 3pm. EXCELLENT downtown Sincla I r 1 FrencH$ fendng foil. $5 00 good condii take up paymentsof

1234. 2 BR unfurn. house with stove. Service Station open and doIng 1 Chllds roll top desk and chair/ SU4 mOo Call 615 or
80 acres 10 miles out Archer Rd. 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. .
large quiet street $65 $600 6-1
yard business
per
will lease to re -
$165 an acre. Beautiful oak trees. 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 mo. Phone 2-3329. t ecapital. 1 Electric Mower, $15.00 FORD 2 door. Good Including: License tag state sales tax, life
Stop NE 4th Ave. E'eSl rrl' 1'finua WAGON195
Co. 1 Fireplace set. Tools, Andirons. one. and Edwards
100 acres nice: frame house 11 VERY nice: 2 bedroom CCB. carport insurance and finance charges.
A.. Investment now will mean Income 2 ROOM one bath garage apartment Furnished, Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512 and Screen $10.00 Store Newberry Rod.
miles out Archer Rd. $275 per acre. and front porch.
later. This small home with Fenced and cross fenced. Other very quiet neighborhood, Including automatic washer. 1904 NW 12th Terrace: Phone

apartment Is the perfect way to small tracts available at reasonable suitable for one person or cou- Near school and shopping cen 61 Wanted to Buy 376100 I

Invest nancing.your Located money.In the Excellent downtownarea. fi prices. ple. Call FR 6-1730. I ter. $110 month. 311 N.W. 20th CHOICE DAY LILIES BLOOMINGNOW. CRNELincoln Tropical Pontiac

I Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES TWO bedroom furnished apt. Ave. Phone 372.3039. Also landscaping clump In Mercury
WANTED: water cooler, must be .
25
near Univ. & Aiachua General assorted colors at
INc.. 3761236.Go LEASE SALE. Prof. moving.
Fordyce or
Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955. Gainesville 3 Br. 2 bath. Hardwood f I e o rs, working priced: reasonable condition. and Call In 372-841 good, New seedlings available. Goodnow, Mercury Comet Lincoln CMC Truck Center
or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. 20. Holllstgr.
Associates Inc. double Ig. wooded lot. Highway
West- garage. ext. 20. ..5 weekdays. 506 E. Univ. Ave. I
J Box 365. St. Augustine. Faculty: neighbors. 343 S.W. 20th 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583

and you will find a gold mine of 92& W. Univ. 376-1236 1 BR. furnished apt.. water fur St. CASH for your used furniture refrigerators 70 Boats-Marine Equip. Gainesville. Florida

attractive features in this 3 bedroom nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr., 160pel' / stoves TVs clothIng 372-4251
Must SELL new CCB 2 BR home. 3 BR. 1 Bath, complete kitchen, ,
etc.: FR 2-3937. WIlliam'sService
2 bath home. Separate din- In LaCrosse with 3 acres. Price mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930
near schools and shopping cen Boat. SO HP ------ --
Center. Hawthorne Road. FIBERGLASS
17' .
Ing room spacious Florida Room. reduced Good terms. ask for Mr. -
58500. Haynes. ters. For information; Manaro's Johnson. Tee-Nee 4- heel traU. --------- -- -
C $21.800. Contact FORDYCE !. ASSOCIATES 4621175. Restaurant. FR 2-4690. WANTED used room air conditioner S1250. FR 4-4961, 20 S.W. .
INc., 374-1234. EAST SIDE small Call FR 6-6698. er. .
Colored 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. 23rd Street.14'LONESTAR.

43 Property GARDENAPARTMENTS Stove & refrigerator. $115 per 62 Machinery & Tools Fiberglass. New

..FORDYCEAssociates mo. Phone FR 6-2472. Weseman 25 H.P. Electric: start generator
HOMES FOR SALE Realty./ motor. Gator tilt trailer. $695. BRANDNEW

: Inc. a & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & RENTALSWe TWO A-6 Case combines with FR 2.3241.15'FIberglaSs. _
SE lilt Ave. Some down $57 per month upGainesville's
no pay- motors. both for $500. Call or boat, 30 h.p. John
Real Estate Exchangers ment. Some small down pay- Finest have attractive rentalsin write Eugene Haufler Rt. 3. son elec. Gator trailer. Trade for
many
Multiple Listing Realtors ment. Monthly payment $57 to Call Box 217 B, Gainesville FR 6- smaller fishing outfit or cash, I
turn
houses and unfurn.
Crace S. Fordyce Broker $65. Also homes built on your Furnished or unfurnished 3336. Ganstlne. Waldo.
Dudley Goulden. 'ssoclateHarv. lot for no down payment. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart MARY MOELLER. REALTOR no lunk. G. E. I

J. ., Benton. Associate Call TOMMY RIDGELL ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 1019 W. UnlV. FR 4-4471 I MISC. tools. V4 h.p. compressor. *' PLYWOOD fishing boat. 5 I

*..it.u. unit_. 376-1236 Builder Phone FR 2-4125 9608. I block making machine, new oven months old. HP.
n. .n. 7
:. NEWLY painted Inside. Living head doer hardware. FR 2-4017. outboard. $150. Fisherman. 1964RAMBLER
room and dining room com i
.
bined. 2 bedroom. bath kitchen 64 Household 6-23
Goods
SERVICESHome shady yard. $55 month. Inquire 1962 20 fishing boat equipped with
1025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or call FR Bait Well anchors and compass. I
: 6-4703. marine toilet 40 H.P. Evlnrude I
USED
I APPLIANCES electric start outboard. Call FR !
2 BR house with 2 screened porChes. RANGES FROM $39.95. PJ-
after 5:00
2-4837
in NW section. Good condi Refrigerators from $49.95. I
j tlon. Water furnished. $75 per TV from 3995. 14' Fiberglass boat trailer 8.27
mOo Phone FR 6-3268 ext. 2523. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL h.p. Scott motor. with many extras. i

And Business THE VARIETY STORE 8500 cash. Phone 37
I CLEAN quiet 3 BR. 1 bath home 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR I
near elem. school. $100 per mo.
515 N.W. 36th Ave. Phone 2-8989. 6-3 72 Office EquipmentGAINESVILLE'S
:: I
t Auto Glass Plumbing MODERN 3 BR. 1V bath, air-con T-A-G APPLIANCES
ditioned with large screened Tested and Guaranteed
J porch carport and utility room 42 Rerigerator fr op largest volume o
SEWER INSTALLEDNEW S I dealer
AUTO GLASS U our only bust- with washer-dryer connections.at 9 $ up I rte supply CssOIC 6-passenger sedan at
) ness. Immediate Installation & used fixtures. complete 601 N.W. 36th Ter.. $125 per 17 Washers from S19 up Equipment C y
free pickup & delivery. Add plumbing service "BIG' JIM mOo Call FR 2-1474 or FR 6-2735. S Dryers from $49 up ce In and or call never before price.
beauty value to HUGULEY. GainesvilPlum/ /> 2 Food-Freezers up fr delver. Os Office
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS your car.CO. Inq, FR 2-1589. FOR RENT 2 BR unfurnished 2 Dshwash fr$S up Univ. ACT NOW! !

373 N.W. 6th St. FR 4-J558 frame house. 1941 NW 31st Place. 10 from $35 up Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.

UpholsteryUPHOLSTER 2 BEDROOM house, unfurnished JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
BulldozingSMALL stove refrigerator and heater. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372.5 73 Musical Merchandise
furniture at
your 4413 N.W. 13th St. $70 month.
reasonable prices. Call Sally MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL ft KEL-
bulldozer FR ":s.41, 6-2931 Mr. Haynes.
loader dump Experienced FR 69888. VINATORS New automatic SALEOf
trucks fill dirt lime rock. .
Top ORG
ONLY $450 DOWN fr
,. SOU. Phone 372-7S46. Refrigerators from S138.9.New oers. A
Closing cost Included. 1111.New
Remodeling Freezers new organ Savings up 3
2 BR $62 per mo. from
II BULLDOZERS .
I Dragline Back New kemaker per cent. Earl's Pia Co. $1763
Pica wheel tractorsmotor DO YOU NEED. Florida room, extra 3 BR $72 per mOo refrlg. from $279.96.WE W. Univ. 3722222WURLITZER
grader. Free estimates. W. G. room, more room, roof work. See at 2030 N.E. 55th St. SERVICE WHAT WE .SEL 70 Ave
(Buck:) Johnson FR 6-6219. or maybe a complete new home Phone FR 2-0258. THE VARIETY fAmerica's
I S.E. 1st AvenueFR 1 piano and
For a free estimate. & guaranteed No
CLEAN 2 bedroom house kitchen
Piano
: Concrete work. phone Cart C. furnished. (31 SW 9th St. $80 6 organs are Ear's C

Waters. 372-8049. month. University Realty, FR 2. FREEZER. CHEST Tpe Guar Gainesies, W. UniversityAve. 6 Passenger Station
I CONCRETE finishing. Walks 4351. ante Can d.t I $57.50. Daler 7
drives patios. slabs and shuffleboard Sewing Machine-Repair* service: In your P 3.2. Wagon at never

1 etc. expertly done. Esti- 49 Rooms for Rent nome. No service charge on re PIANO. go citi $100. C a HF

I m tei. Call 312-31184. anytime. CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER- pairs. Wanted refrigerators 2-247 P.M.Automotive. before price. _______
Appliance Repair & VICE CO. SIS W. University freezers needing repair. FR 213 .

Landscaping Ave. 376-1075. We repair all NICE downstairs rooms. closeIn c NowDELIVERED )
Air Conditioning MafcM Work fully guaranteed. private entrance. off-street 66 Mise .For Sal. -1-

t LANDSCAPE SERVICE parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR

Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock Tires Alignment 2.2582.NICELY.

A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP of all kindLCREVASSE'S Brake Service furnished room. Maid ADMIRAL II cubic Ft. Refrigerator 77 Mobil Home for Sale
t First In air conditioning and Appliance NURSERY frost free. $45.
service. Parking space. Reasonable Go En
repairs. We sell guaranteed lish Bike,
Landscape Co. VACATION SPECIALON I rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone $1.
washer refrigerators etc FR 6-1514 for fre estimate. FR 67423.LARGE 3075. 1958 HICKS trailer. 8 x 4T with !
famous nationally known Mohawk

I FR 6CI67.WE Broker tires . Save up t clean cool room, access ALL CHANNEL T. V. aTe 1 BR.x 3 cbn. Air conditi. $2038I
FIX IT Mortgage 50% on new tires. See our net' to shower & refrigerator. Linens Double stack complete. Ph

Any type appliance electrical wrap around retread that give & maid service weekly. FR 2- lug else t buy. SIS. Brants.
work or gasoLine engine repairs FHA and conventional at lowest more mileage & traction. Lat.: 1185 or 2-1981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. 513 N.w. I Ave WYATT-
current rates. Terms to 25
economically. Tire Co. 623 N. Main S
done Immediately and mr DOWLING'S
years. Will gladly discuss at no VERY nice large room refrigerator UPHOLSTERY Tax & Tag.
Pick up and delivery. Chairs I AT RIDGWAY
No money
Can tomorrow.J.
obligation. private entrance. Call FR l a. s MOTORSPlus

SERVICE BUTLER CENTER& SONS 31. N.W. Main KIRKPATRICK St. Ph. FR Realtor 24494 Tree Service 6-2721 or 495-2312. .down Free estimates, 1 per mt Trailer Sales Ridgway Motors has put their special 1 sole!

1531 NW Lilt St. 374-1866 A-l TREE SERVICE COZY single room front corner, II.r sri pcp guaran If you have been thinking a new car,
I FRED B. ARNOLD Pruning demossing bracing .. ci window awning! well furnished w Home abou
AIR conditioners Installed and re tH 7 HomesShasta this !!
Pacemaker chance big
paired. One day service.C. : REALTOR biting, & tree removal. Cavlt gentleman oily. 231 SE 2nd St.. NI i your save !
TRADE your costly to operateELECTRIC
A. Bohannon FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS work tree feeding. Lawn sen near post office.NICE e Arste
Ice end maintenance. License water neater, and USED CAR TIME
16NE23rdBlv&FR6416PREFRIGERATORS. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 37J-3S2Z & insured. Free estimates. T r e i room, elea small efficiency 2- $48 for a new glassiined G e.. FI Ml H VACATION PLANNING TIME IS SELEC
l electric ranges. Thames 376-2940. Jack Hoov e r, beds private entrance b a th, water neater. Much more h 1 Fairlane 4-door sedan

t and washing machines repaired. MORTGAGE MONEY 466-3482. Gainesville Fla. screened porch. $55 Mo. 1 or 2 w.te at about half the cost ira Silver Springs Blvd. 61 PONTIAC Bonneville wagon, transmission radio.
and servked. One day service u 5V4 per cent Interest. Terms to bachelors. N.W. FR 2-C779. OUR 'LP GAL PROPANE Phone -13 automatic ,

years experience. C. A. Bohannon. JS years. TRUCK HAULING NICE front bedroom. S2S per ARCHER ROAD. FR Slo Ocala Fi automatic .transmission, radio, heter. . . -. $1995
I 160 N.E. Ord Blvd. FR 4-K69. BUY BUILD REFINANCECall month. Kitchen privileges extra. HOOVER and KENMORE home heater 4-

Dan Byrd & MOVINGANY 6-1941. f polishers, exll operat FEDERAL QUALITY HOME 1 per.st ern. per 62 RMBLE Ambssdr
brakes
automatic -
PLAT
Appraisal Service SOS NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 type hauling, large or small .tOOM IN Home for quiet reserved I citi 11. door conditioin.
4tM NW 13th SL South $1895
-
Realtor- done Immediately courteously. person. N. W. Sec. FOR 112.6 Gainesville A transmission. powersteering
GLADYS Smith FHAand and economically. BUTLER *t tion. 1 mile of campus. Phone FR NEW and used chain lawnmowers 3S1
conventional loans. Low U Hours C to e. to J brakes wideautomatic
I SERVICE CENTER. 1J5 6-7477. eagers, .. 1 power
SONS
FRED B. ARNOLD rates. Terms to 25 years. IBS tape fgtplant Service is a must with '60 BUICK Electra 4-dor sedan
u
REALTOR NW 6th St. 376-2864 cable. 52195
W. Univ. Ave. 371-5393. LARGE room for men. twin beds. Ws Brig bucket seats '
ICAL. ESTATE APPRAISAL --- rent single or double. Showers stra"o SPECIAL THIS WEEK transmission, radio, "500" .
SBRVICCWf FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. Well tL Rea' **!** and service. 10Wide used mooile 62 FORD Galaxie 4-dor
Drilling refrigerator. Call 2-1981 416 N.E.
W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 37J352. Conventional 'and F.H.A. leans.Cat 2nd Ave. Poer Tol' 2 NE Urge lot. S289S. 1 Mile h. heater, power steering, power automatic transmission
*.
376-1234. Grace Fordyce. WALLACE. BURCH WELL DRIL.: 16th Av Paynes Prairie.. For appointmentcall brakes '. . . . $1595 hrdto.
Auto Realtor. Fordyce Associates. LING LOVELY Ig. corner room In AIR CONDITIONER 11 FR i ter, power steering.
Equipment lne:., 924 West University Ave Quality Work at Fair Prices. adult home with dM. bed. nice 500 BTU CdS condition .3 $ 69S

nue. 2 to 6" Wells. big desk with swivel chair. CloseIn. $ 2. vlt excelet Pine- WE BUY
Call 372-0598 372-2294. 1318 N.W. 7th Rd. Lt 6
hunt Park.REPOSSESSED
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 8.xthengedj PAINTING Tr.11 USED
CO.
CLEAN comfortable rooms. ladies MOBIL HOE RIDGWAY MOTOR
Slant NeedteSinger.
Repair kits for WINDOW CLEANING entrance Top .
Walker Factory authorized WANTED Free or gentlemen/ private and p .
Jacks. : Painting. stimatt .tta '
Z %
and Call 4-3092. house trailer.
Walker Hydraulic Jack WiNOOWscIeanad. floors deanec:i bath. .ments, a x 3 Ne Moon 28433II
: *. No Job too smalL IpJ Excellent ST. FR
BRAKE I' and waxed houses washed II I NICE rooms for rent. 1407 N.W s etc.S6J8 .U by Aug. b. 1132 S. ,

src'HULL'S UN '.'. Work guaranteed. Phone yrs. ex erlelW;.. FrM ttflmttf., I2thROed.PIIOOIF24721rP43. per me. IU Very n Wr box MIN

FR 2-5630, Phone FR NfS W. Univ. Ave. Phone, 2"1eJ A c* I -




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,a 969. Beats; whips i mixes. Beaters S 77 :
GERMAN CLUB Membersof Wolfe 9-
orchestra director, will II eject for cleaning.
easy
the German Club will be hold auditions each Friday at ,
Beautiful modern '
shown German films at their 4p.m. r styling. Mall M17 ;
next meeting.Meetings are held GIRLS' ''NIGHT The Last I Model A103. Tilts to any desired Switches from steam to. dryironing
each Wednesday at 4 p.m.: Sim, Girls' Night program for the angle. Extra QUiet opera 88 HURRY. at the.flip of a switch. '
ple German words are taught current school year will be ation. For use on table, or eon 8 WHILE _, Irons all fabrics safely Completely \ ,
and discussions on German June 1. Sessions will begin be mounted on the wait .. THEY UST! automatic. Model HS29.World's Wi

history are held at each meet- again in the fall. No new mem- .. d_ .....c.
:x. -"
bers will be, accepted until the
ing.CRAFTS '
SHOP :Boys are fall program resumes. '
I
busy in the crafts'shop ma'ting JUNIOR OLYMPICS The Largest Selection, of SHOP TONIGHT 'TIL i P.M.McDUFF'S .
pine needle baskets to hold, all Club Olympics will be held June I
Mous -
the odds ajid ends .that I have 17 at the ,Boys' Club. More information Name-Brand Appliances! T8
collected during the past year: will follow later. I

The Crafts shop is open each BOYS' CLUB T r8 H I R T!

afternoon except :Tuesday,,. and DAY-May 29 has been proclaimed .-. ... .
10 o'clock to 4 o'clockon Saturdays as Boys'' Club of -

Gainesville T-Shirt Day. All I IBoys' ... ........ _n'
JUNIOR DEPUTYS Members -
Club members are:
of the Junior Deputys are asked to wear their Boys' ClubTShirt I
busy planning their annual tripe all day on this date.I SERVICE! 'II .

to th Smoky :Mountains thissummer. PHYSICAL In addition! ,... .-
Ed McClellan, advisorfor to the, Jaycee Buddy Baseball(! :-
McDUFF'S SELECTION!
the group said, ,over 20 program other physical activity -1,
boys will make this, trip. The will be offered in_ 'rpller:

Junior Deputys' meet weekly skating, physical fitness, e McDUFF'S DEPENDABILITY!
and discuss law enforcement? ball, horseshoes, kiCk-,1, ,t
and organization. tumbling and wrestling. .

BOYS' CLUB;,ORCHESTRA-hel l complete' program schedule/: <--''' "'--- -'-' _. <._ '' ,.._..
Auditions are still being' will be ,available 'soon at the ='' -- I
for boys wishing to join the Boys' Club. ; MAGNAVOX r ,
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Youth Camp Portable Radio mbem


OpenedTo !mm! #i'i'I) )I! I BIG 30" RANGE! I ,

Lift boxed with
G'ville ,,, .. battery, e a r- J QUALITY LAWNMOWER
phone and lea- G O
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Gainesville youths can now; 1 *case In your $ I I
= choice of Spice I
attend Immokalee, .a' 99Poc
Camp '" Brown or Antiqu :
YMCA-sponsored camp near Whit j 77
Keystone Heights.The = Model AM-70.
48
165-acre camp owned and
operated by the Jacksonville .
l hi pret/etios Big mattor oresPoprlor
YMCA, has previously been, happento i
closed to Gainesville youth. 95 rotary con'uilliu gas rangt
The camp is open to boys and you? 1 5 \ trol (Mode) 1H3, Priced Model RE-77 electric rotary.
old. with trade) .
8-17 Boys'
girls years I If bought insur- 1 yoor guarantor Lightweight Weighs
you your
camp will run from June 14 from only 35 pounds Its
ance a one-com-
through August 8;, girls' camp easy to use and to start.
left
agent were
will run from July 26 through all pany alone. If you you boughtit HUNDREDS OF OTHER EQUALLY SENSATIONAL VALUES A TAL FLORIDA- Starts ot the snap of a

August 8.Gamma. Hi-Y members of through on independent WIDE McDUFF STORES COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND! rent.switch. Uses household' cur ,


Gainesville High School have insurance agent you .

distributed information about had could a call friend on.nearby you .........->>- >>''''''"''": J'f'>-"'- '" -''''' _n.,,,,,,., ,, ,y,>,,,-JtJ.d,, .=- ,,.. .!!'_' J! =
the camp to school principals in
the city. Anyone desiring fur-
KirkpatrickEdmonson G/Aso/i
ther information may contact
either the local YMCA office at FROST CLEAR k'w
301 N. Main St. or a memberof wNO
the Gamma Hi-Y club. -FROST FREEZER NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR ". ....: ,..... .:...,..v ,r .

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43; large 35-40, mostly 38-39; YOU ndrprehsrls7rrrsrt =
medium 29s% 33, m o s 11 y 31; AGENT
small 24-28, mostly 2728.
Poultry at farms: fryers 13; e 6 .
hens, too few sales to report -
prices.
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any ordinary household cutlet Flush mounting.. Powerful 2 speed
living-and save. INALIFETIMEVALUE ,. YOU CHOOSE YOUR foe Easily Removable Filter are just a few of the quality features
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multiple interest payments .-. select your.own
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