Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Alachua County's school superintendent walked out NORM LaCOE
in anger' from a bitter meeting of the county school
board yesterday in the school administration building.The The Alachua County school board held the line on
teacher pay no cuts and no raises in a budget adopted
bitterness rises from problems in shifting power yesterday in a special meeting in the school adminis
t from Supt. E. D. Manning-to shoulders of William tration building.

(Tiny) Talbot, the superintendent-elect.
Fear had been voiced that tax revenues would not be
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IN A TROUSER POCKET"Mr ,:Manning's term ends Dec. 31. He will resign before enough' to maintain last year's salary schedule, and at
Witt finds a sparrow's home then, probably in time to accept a school post startingthis the same time hire two new principles. and 30 new teach.
fall. ers.

=REAL HIP= Talbot's term starts Jan. 1. He can assume his duties The budget adopted is $6,559,716. It is $211,1771ess

sooner only if. named to a vacancy by the governor. than had been requested by school administrators.The .

Two school board members fear having Manning suddenly f.sa: only salary changes from last year were minor

This Bird Has Her resign, without Talbot in a position ready to take MANNING adjustments in non-instructional pay.
J They also do not want Infact, 204 persons, mostly
Talbot to be unemployed when teachers, now will take pay
his present post ends June 30. cuts. This is because the state
Other board members' .wantto Gov. Bryant Flies legislature discontinued a $400
move slowly. annual supplemental merit
In His Pocket
That is the basis of yester- payment. The county did not

day's dispute. move to make up this gap, as
Here is the blow-by-blow account some teachers had hoped thatit
: To St. AugustineST. might. The county has its

.I: 1. Manning gave the board own merit pay supplemental
We nominate, as Gainesville's Shrewdest Mother, a one-ounce Talbot's nominees for three va- scheduKSupt..
..parrow.I school Supt. &. D.
posts as principals. Manning recommended
AUGUSTINE (AP-Gov.) he had been ordered to appearto
She has the
I perfect nest. They are James Talbot to Idyl- a budget providing $4-
It's comfortable, sways gently in the breeze. wild, Richard Tallman to Mic- Farris Bryant said today he does Sees No Need show cause why he should not 882,059 for instructional sala-
It's warm, basks in the sunlight most of the day. anopy Junior High and Ralph not think National Guard troopsare be held in contempt. ries. This is $140,090 more than
I I! And it's safe, more so than if it were in a tree. Blout to Myra Terwilliger ele- needed to control racial vi- For Guard Bryant sent Atty. Gen. was in the budget last year,
It's in the right hip pocket of a pair of Lamar Witt's pants, mentary. olence at St. Augustine, "at leastat James Kynes to court to rep- and $68,000 less than had been
'1 hanging on his wife's backyard clothesline. Manning then asked the this moment." resent him. asked by school principals.The .

1 Mrs. Sharon Witt, 23, whose home is cff the Rocky Point Road board not to make the appointments "The situation could change in against certain ," the At Jacksonville, Kynes arguedin board approved the bud :
j southwest of, Gainesville, says she hung the garment out to dry yet. He said he is en- an hour," the governor said, said. persons federal court that Bryant'sban get, but on motion by Chair '
+ about two weeks ago. titled to one job as principal, after flying here to confer with governor He said he broaden his on demonstrations was not man G. Hugh Williams decided -
al I It rained, so she left the pants out overnight, intending to re- because he held such a post state officers assigned to the curfew night demonstra- within the prohibition power of to hold it open for one addi- I I
against the court.
; wash them anyway. under continuing contract be- city. "We will do whatever must tion.This I
By the next day, a sparrow had taken up residence. Mrs. Witt fore becoming superintendent.He be done to keep the peace." tions to stretch from sundownto Judge Simpson's order to Bry- would be a $40,000 item
found straw and moss built into sunup. The original curfew he ant, he said, was a "mis- for vocational
a partially complete nest. quoted an opinion from training. Wil-
J' The governor flew here todayfor imposed more than a week ago conceived, and inade-
She decided not to disturb the situation. The homesite was state Atty. Gen. James Kynes improper liams said vocational training
finished in another and an on-the-scene inspection ofa. his: gone into effect at 8:30: p.m. quate means of challenging the has been
day, eggs deposited within the week. that he is entitled to the job. racial revolt that flared last put off ten years, and
To the nest Mrs. Witt Under that regulation, mass- exercise of sovereign power bya it is time to
protect doesn't use the clothesline, and 2. Board member Willard ,. act. The money
night to a new height of vio been
ive demonstrations have state
tries not to it while the mother is governor. will be found
get near around. She feels it Williams objected. or will be raised
Is safe from cats and snakes which lence."I held after dark, and violencehas A three-judge federal court by the fee
could only reach the eggs "There has been a good deal system, he said.
will tell the of St. increased.In would be required, Kynes said,
via the thin clothesline. of protest" he said, about the people The budget recommended by
But final Augustine and Florida that we flying to St. Augustine, Bry if an attack were to be madeon Manning
as a precaution, she hasn't told her 7-year-old son, lack of principals. He said they included $4,155 for vocational -
Dennis. should be named, with later must maintain law and order, ant bypassed a federal court the constitutionality of a training.William .
"He knows there's a bird's nest somewhere"-he heard Mrs. provision made for Manning. regardless of our feelings for or hearing at Jacksonville, where Florida law. S. Talbot, superintendent -

Witt tell her husband, a block mason, about it"but he doesn't 3. Lester C. Hodge said Talbot "The governor of Florida has elect, made a campaign .
t t. the dominant interest in
know where." should be brought into the preventing issue in the May prI-

Eggs once were spilled out of a birds' nest the Witts discovered school system July 1. Truck Explosion Kills he said. violence and disorder," mary about better vocational

on a low-lying limb. The nest was tipped over "by the wind," 4. Manning said nothing training facilities.
Mrs. Witt was given to understand. should be done either about (See TEACHER, Page 2)

She's dubious, so Dennis won't even know when the birds hatch. Talbot or the vacant posts for Squall EyedSAN
"I'll wait until it's all over with. I don't trust him," she said, two weeks. He said he wantsto 6 Sets Snakes Freefiremen Sun
with a shrewd mother's smile. la.. vacate his post to Talbot as JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) WinsNational
soon as possible. He said Tal The U.S. Weather Bureau
bot can be given a job later MARSHALLS CREEK, Pa. killed. Kuda was not in dispatched aircraft today to investigate -

Leroy Collins with retroactive pay. (AP-A truck loaded with am- jured. a "strong" squallyarea
LikelyTo 5. Hodges then moved that monium nitrate caught fire and Firemen at the scene, along 400 miles east of Barba-
the board appoint Talbot to a exploded early today in this Po- with local and state police, does in the Windward Islands. NBA AwardNEW
vacant post as secondary supervisor cono Mountain resort area, killing tracked down and killed rattle- The Weather Bureau at San
Take Rights Post an instructional job. at least six persons and in- snakes, copperheads and cobras Juan said conditions appeared YORK
Manning objected. juring some 10 others. freed by the blast. favorable for winds to increase. Sun A Gainesville
series of
6. Chairman G. Hugh Wil- news articles and
The blast, which left a crater editorials was awarded
4 Ntw fork lmrn liams'said he didn't see a rea- first
10 feet and at least 30 prize for
By TOM WICKER son to object. deep' community service In
7. Manning then aid the feet wide, eyewitnesses said, the 1964 National Better Newspaper .
WASHINGTON FormerGov. board cannot name. Talbot to leveled the Pocono reptile farm JULY FOURTH FETE Contest conducted by
Leroy Collins of Florida the post. and scattered dangerous snakesin the National Editorial Associa

has been offered,the post of director 8. Winston Arnow, board at- the area. Gainesville's third annual "old fashioned" Fourth of tion.The

of the community rela- r. torney, said the board can fill The driver of the truck, Al- July celebration will again be held in Florida Stadium. prize winners in the con.
tions services to be establishedby j Sponsored by the Gainesville Kiwanis Club, the annual test were
the job only after Manning has bert Kuda, of Port Carbon, Pa., announced at an
the civil rights bill. been asked to recommend a working for American Cyana- program will feature a band concert, speeches, local ta- awards banquet here last
man to fill it and has refused.He lent acts and a large fireworks display. night.
Collins, who conferred at the mid Co., Pottsville, Pa., told
said the board cannot reject This year's event will begin at 7:30 p.m. No ad. The Sun award was based on
White House Wednesday, probably } state police he had a flat tire \
a recommendation exceptfor mission will be charged. a campaign conducted over an
will accept the offer. which caught fire on Route 209
good cause. some three miles from there Co-chairmen of the celebration, Joe Richardson and 18 month period against multimillion .
As envisioned In the civil No board member asked and he went to call for help. Frank Watson, are putting the finishing touches to the pro- dollar home repair
rights legislation that now has Manning to recommend a gram.Scheduled # racketeering that flourished in
passed both houses of Congress, name, fearing he would name Three fire trucks from the to provide music is the Jacksonville Naval Florida, defrauding unsuspecting
the community relations service someone other than Talbot. volunteer Marshalls Creek fire Air Station Band. citizens.
would have the function of 9, Hodge said it is "a sorry station responded to the call The Gainesville Kiwanis Club initiated the program The racket was discovered by
providing assistance to commu- board" if it did not hire Talbot and arrived just as the truck three years ago to provide a focal point for emphasis on Sun reporter Harold (Buz)
nities in resolving "disputes, starting July 1. Angered, Man- exploded, fire officials said. patriotism and to provide an opportunity for a safe celebration RummeC- who spearheaded a
disagreements, or difficulties --,...- ning asked Hodge he wantedSee All three trucks were destroyed g of Independence Day. campaign exposing the racket.
relating to discriminatory pray COLLINS ( MANNING, Page 2)) in the blast and three Rumniel's work on the expose
tices based on race, color or won him an honorable mention !
national origin" which impair from the NEA in the same con
i i the civil rights of American citizens PLANNERS THINK NOT test a year ago. .

or interfere with inter- I Judges noted that Gov. Farris .
i state commerce. REVITALIZING Bryant praised the Sun's
campaign as ". truly a fine
A major purpose of the com Is It Too LateDOWNTOWN display of the application of ex-
j munity relations service would cellent journalistic practices."
effective local
1 be to provide more The St. Petersburg Times was
and state efforts to solve
II awarded second prize for community .
., racial disputes before federal or
service for the
/. court action would have to be By JEAN CARVERSon be summed up in a question -v.-:i'f__ __ r y.i per's efforts in investigating newspa irregularities
taken. Staff Writer "Isit too late?" f 4ft. .' in the Florida State

', Collins, who Is cpnsiderd a (one of a series) City officials and planners ." Turnpike Authority. The Times

I liberal on the civil rights issue "The disease," says architect, think not, showing their optimism won a Pulitzer Prize for this
I ,would not comment on the David Reaves, talking about by carefully scrutinizing '5;';< same campaign.
a possibility of his assuming the downtown "is as hard to define downtown before locating the t 1 t Third prize for community
: I post. as the cure. We're all new city hall and budgeting $2 service was won by the
aware of the symptoms." of $6 million worth of bond issue ,! Princeton (Minn.) Union.

Reaves, his associate Dan monies in the capital improvements Rummel, who began workingon
Branch and Myrl Hanes and program for down- the Sun staff while a University .
I JustIn Associates are the architectsfor town. of Florida senior journalism .

the new city halL Another question that comesto student, now is a staff
Their study has necessarily mind is whether downtownis writer for the St. Petersburg
'i E Time.' encompassed a survey of downtown worth a concerted effort bj Independent.
; and how it can be helped government as more and more
U '. For the 4th of July by their recommendationsfor businesses find better market! i
weekend, that is. We're a city hall site. in shopping centers.

t! talking about oar special The symptoms of downtown's Merchant interest in down- WHERETO
\ 20-page section today that disease 'are definitelynot town has spurred a forum for
I ': rives yoo details of 20 difficult to spot, according downtown businessmen by the .Y A FIND IT
I places within as hoar'sdrive to Reaves,. They include: Chamber of Commerce on July
i where F you CM Vacant stores. Atlanta
'wend a pleasant day or businesses. 7. An planning consul- Comics . . 12
Marginal tant the city is interested in hir- Classified
week-end. May we snggef -'Few active: shoppers. ing will be brought here by the
Disease'? 5
I save it for a Little 'DowntoWn .
you expansion in '
proportion planning department and the
of' faa,, with 'thefaaftyjad Opinion Page . 4
I summer friend with city and county chamber to attend the confer-. The symptoms of what one archite considers "downtown disease" in. Sports..6sWomen's

growth. ence. _elude sidewalk litter and cluttered gutters,- such as this corner at S.W. First, . 3
4' # Reaves.says the problem can ,(See ,CITY, .Page .. Avenue and,S. W. First Street.

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_::2:_ Gainesville Sun Friday, June 26, 1964


, Why Join Peace Corps ? Those Training at UF Tell

By JULIE CASTORINA the Peace Corps? Brigham Young University witha experience. Rosalee is from St. be working. In an entirely different. world." she felt that the American

Who joins the Peace Corps? "I felt I could work in the B.A. degree in political science Louis, and she was workingfor "We joined the Peace Corps Dorothy: said she had a friendin image in many counfries was

Young people, older' people, field of agriculture in other and history, and is now McDonnell Aircraft Corp. because so far, we have spentall college who had been in the unfavorable and she wantedto

farmers, city girls, teachers, countries and it would be an working on a. master's degreein and attending Harris Teachers' our lives- for ouselves and Peace Corps and had told her do something to help changeit.

high school graduates and educational experience for history from the Universityof College at night when she decided now we are free to help others" about it. .

graduate students. those people as well as for myself Southern California."I to join the Peace Corps."I .
22 from
Xerri a
Tom came
And why do they join? ," he said. "It would also want to make the entire believe the most interest- attended
The Coates a farm in "We learn lot sharing farm in Michigan. He
own can a by -
$. This question is best answered give me a chance to live in world a better place to live," ing, challenging'and rewarding for
Colton but Coates has been with other and I Michigan State University
by the Pea fe Corps other countries and to broaden said. Vincent Harrington, a 21- profession is people," she active in
doing carpentry work, a skill just wanted to share what I two years. He was
trainees said "and that's I
themselves.At horizons. the University why joinecL""I
year-old graduate will be benefI- 4-H work for and
which he feels know said Jim Luis, 22, a many years
like with
the University of Florida, Herb LePore, 28, taught Eng- of Rhode Island. working people"she cial in Brazil. The couple havea graduate of Fresno State College was at one time an advisor fora
a special of students is said; "they have a lot to
group has in
lish arid social
studies in high Harrington a degree
4-H club.
daughter 23:, and a son, 21. in California. Like many
offer I have
going through intensive train. me. something to
and like
schools in California
and New agricultural "
that a' these and I to "Both encouraged us to join, others In the group, Luis hasa which
ing includes rigorous York. many other trainees has work- give people hope "I have certain ideals

physical exercise as well as ex To help others he joined the *ed with 4-H clubs for many get something out of it I Mrs. Coates said.Dunn 21 from B.S. degree in agriculture. mean nothing if not put into

tensive mental exercises. Peace Corps "to see what the years. "I have an interest in know I wilL" Michigan Dorothy graduated, from Grace Miner 21, was gradu- practice" Tom said. "I wantto
They'll later go to Brazil. Each culture was like in the Latin other people" he added, "andI The two oldest members of Michigan State University witha ated with a degree in home help other people get aheadin

Peace Corps trainee has his American countries." LePore believe the best way to help the trainees are Mr. and Mrs. in mathematics. economics education from the life."
own reason for going throughit. also said he felt the Peace them is through self-edu Kenneth Coates of Colton, Ore- "Idealistically," she said "I University of Connecticut. She Xerri seemed to sum up all

Corps would serve a dual pur- cation." gon. Coates is 48 and his wife, joined so I could do somethingfor feels that everyone has a per- the trainees' reasons for joining -

Jerry Cole, 20, from Michigan pose: He would help others, ONLY CITY GIRL Joyce, is 43. They hope to country. sonal obligation, to help others. the Peace Corps when be

majored in agriculture for and they in turn would help Rosalee Downey, 22, is the celebrate their 25th wedding my "Many will help. here" she said: "We represent the prin-

i, two years at Michigan State him become a better person. city girl in the group. Unlike anniversary on Oct. 27, while "I want to meet people, and said "but few will help in ciples and ideals of President

University. Why did he join LePore was graduated from the others, she has no farm down in Brazil where they will to know what it's like to live other countries." Grace said Kennedy."

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'SPIRIT OF COURAGE'Plan '; More AboutTeacher Weather Roundup I Iore About

I Director Godschalk % ; : !, City
'n. From Page 1 ,
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Praises Board "-'4<"iJ/ -u': ( ; Rank I base, $5,100. Rank II
Planning # r:
4i :,,,,/.;!,35tg base, $4,500. Rank III base, $4- ZONE t.-- I downtown A scoring system rating

"<'C t jl; 050. Rank IV base, $3,100. i B THROUGH I Consid \ ; ...... \ Hunnicutt property and Associates preparedby
Planning Director David think most has w Rank V base, $2,900. I ,
everyone I erable cloudiness with scattered city tax consultants, is outlinedin
Godschalk last night com- to lay this to rest at & Add $100 per year for each J .\MUIe\"";" ___ the
mended City. Plan Board for the time ) ; showers through Saturday If 1Z3" \ Gainesville"
: being, year of teaching experience,
study prepared by Dennis Leh.
members for their "spirit of '1 mainly during afternoon and 4'F \
explained. to ten
i ., '. up years. E man with the
courage" and Intelligent evening. High today 88 to 92. ._. plan
approach .> Add $300 if the teacher is \ ning
f to comprehensive noted that conflicts in i-, -- under continuing contract. Add Low tonight in the 70s. Variable !- .... \ \,:: department.Land

planning with concern for the city charter and code '- 'i another $300 merit pay if the winds 5 to 15 miles per \ I ; and improvement val.

'*, public interest. the role and duties c teacher also has scored 500 or hour higher in showers. \ \. ues in the downtown area -

I He explained that recent plan board are cur- i 1f :''? better on the National Teach H\4 L roughtly bounded by 6th Streeat

I criticisms prompted hisf under study. ,*"'::$';''''.t' .{,: $, ers' Examination. Add another A'- Partly cloudy' and warm today. :" .1- the railroad tracks, N.W. 5th
statement that initiated last board action last f7So if tonight and Saturday with scattered Avenue East Boulevard and
I $300 the teacher has taughtin mostly afternoon and evening thunder- Ca'UaS
,* : night's plan board meeting. included tabling dis Florida schools ten years showers. High today 88 to 9. Low to- S.W. 4th Avenue-totals 11 per
\. night 70 to 76. Variable mostly north-
In his memorandum the of recommended bus- W'J and holds a continuing con- east winds 5 to 15 knots.J .,,,, cent of the total city assessed

planning director said the professional zoning tract in Alachua County. K Considerable cloudiness with property valuation in 1962.

powers and duties of the the east side of 13th Add another $300 if the teacher scattered High today showers upper 80s.through Low tonight Saturday.75

board are clearly stated in ( between 8th and 16th has ten years Florida experience miles to $o. Mostly southeast winds 5 to 15 GAINESVILLE WEATHER Although Tax Assessor J
per hour higher near showers.
the City Code and he read after discussing the has scored 500, is Municipal Airport readings Pierce Smith says he hasn'i

the provisions to members of for one hour under continuing contract and TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: compiled any figures on whal(

the board. 50 minutes. The recom- who is recommended by his Jacksonville High 93 Low 73 Prtcip. High 90 at 1 p.m., low 70 at downtown means in terms of tax

Godschalk also commended will be considered Liir: superior as above average in Miami (4 77 5 a.m. No rainfall. revenues to Gainesville anc
the board for its role in in So GoodSharon Tampa 92 72 .42 ALMANAC Alachua County, his predecessor
September. classroom Atlanta
performance.For 83 71 .42 Sunset ,...... 7.34 .
New Orleans 87 71 today .'.........'.. p.m.. Claude M. Franks die
\ meeting the objectives of action was taken on the Testy Miss Univer- summer work, the board Sunrise tomorrow 5:31 a m.f
Boston 78 n. ............
Moonrose .07
good planning: decisions ) housing code. sity of Florida, was namedone approved a 20 per cent pay New York 80 61 Last QuarterPROMINENT tonight."... ........... July p.m.2 last year.
.. Washington 84 63 STARS Franks estimated that down
I of seven preliminary win- supplement. Chicago! 89" Spica in southwest ....... f.53 p.m.
ners in the yearly contest for Additional supplements were Denver Kansas City 86 66 Arcturuj high above Spica. town Gainesville is worth near

: 4 Three Miss Florida. She and 31 other approved for extra duties and Ft. Worth 95 n 54 47 Saturn VISIBLE rises PLANETS............... 11:23 p.m. ly a half-million dollars to the
Florida misses Los Angeles 82 70 Jupiter rises .. ... ..... 2.50 am. city and county tax tills.
lovely young special responsibilities. Seattle 71 jj Mars '..... .. '. 3.57 a m.
Pact will continue competition in BUDGET.APPROVED MARINE FORECAST risesCEDAR KEY TIDES Gainesville sets its tax bas
SABLE TO APALACHICOLA Saturday High at 3:4 I.m. and 2:17 at 80 cent of the assessed
I Sarasota tonight. The 'Winner In addition to instructional Variable winds 5 to 15 knots p.m. Low at 1-30: a.m. and f.40 p.m. per
will be named Saturday night. salaries and vocational train- TV through Saturday except winds locIISunday High at 4 24 a.m. and 2.54: value of the land. (The .count>
higher near scattered showers. Low at ':15
New Stiff (AP) The ing, V. A. farm plot, $16,500. P.m. a.m. and 10:11 p.m. base is between 50 and 60 per
States, Britain and
More AboutManning. Pupil personnel services, $4- cent, Smith says.)
accused the Soviet
Five Day Forecast. The Hunnicutt basedon
645; N.D.E.A. Title 5 funds $4- survey
Four convicts who broke out and Communist East Ger- the 100 per cent value 01
of the state road prison' near of seeking "to perpetuate 281.Materials Florida Five Day Forecast:' to 92; normal minimums in the I downtown property puts the total
Center Ed-
Gainesville three weeks ago division of Ger $7,700. Temperatures will average one 70s. value of downtown land
ucational television Precipitation will be heavy
each was sentenced today to through their June 12 $16,428. tothree degrees below normal and buildings at just under

terms totaling 10 'to 20 yearsin of friendship. From Page<< 1 Central library book process- thiough Wednesday. Normal I with frequent showers and in excess $18 million. The land alone i;

prison by Circuit Judge J. ville."I ing, $2,072. Department of In- maximums will range from 88 of two inches. valued at just under $9.5 mil.
joint declaration today of}I'Talbot to take over as superin- struction special appropriation,

C. Adkins, Jr. Western powers re tendent immediately. Hod g e $4,210. Recreation department, lion.Much
One of the men would have in detail to the treaty answered that he wants Talbotto $7,900. of the total acreage Ir

been free in six weeks. between Soviet Pre- be at work in a responsiblejob Adult education I $6,571. Sees Wo Explosion' the downtown area-which totals

The four are Donald p. Barnes ,' Khrushchev and East Ger- July 1.Manning. II School lunch, $7,000. Transportation 207 acres-is tax exempt

24, Norman Dale Payne, chief Walter Ulbricht. then walked out. $261,650. Maintenance, This includes governmental

21, Leslie P. Duff Jr., 33, and "I don't intend to fight the $215,000. Administration expense land, state-owned property

Richard Desrosiers, 24. I board on this matter," he said. $85,000. Heat for buildings Over Trio such as the Seagle Building,

Each pleaded guilty to a Raps "I told the board that Mr. Talbot $50,000.Utilities Missing and rights ofway.. Exemptland
charge of escape, and of possession includes 22 acres of prop-
should take
I Johnson over as soon as $123,000. Insurance
of a weapon (a pistol). i I erty and 59 acres of right-of-
possible. If the board will excuse -$55,000. School budgets, $117- PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP) last seen Sunday night when released
Duff was sentenced to conse- Automation me, you can take what 000. Driver education, $34,076. -PresIdential fact-finder Allen l from jail here after pay- way and comprises more than
cutive terms of ten years on 10 per cent of the total area
ever action you like. School construction, '$200,000. Dulles says he doesn't see "any ing a speeding fine.
the charges. Consecutive terms i (AP) -Pennsyl- 10. Arnow ruled that Man- Transfer to P. K. Yonge $18- likely explosion" in this Deep Average square-foot price of

means that when one ten year Gov. William W. Scranton ning by leaving had refused to 000. Other instructional expense -South state'over the baffling disappearance The only clue to their myster- downtown property is $1.72, according -
sentence has been served, the make of three civil ious disappearance the finding I to the Hunnicutt study.
at what he termed a recommendation $40,000. Salaries of secretaries rightsworkers. was -
next begins. of President Johnson's leaving the board free to fill $85,000. Salaries of Tuesday of their burned-out With the exception of motel
Barnes was given consecutive and shopping center land the
and "ostriches" the job.T. janitors, $153,000. station wagon 17 miles north-
ten-year terms on the two U.S. sailors joined state and tax assessor's office rates downtown .
east of
his own Republican party E. Simmons said the Team equipment, Santa Fe, Philadelphia.
counts. Payne was given con. with problems of auto- board should wait. Hugh Williams -$7,900. J. J. Finley Walkway federal officers again today to property as the highest
secutive terms of 10 years for agreed. .$5,500. Maintenance of GainesvIlle comb this east-central Mississippi Dulles, former director of the taxed property in the county

Willard Williams argued thatManning's High School electronics area for any clues to the ,Central Intelligence Agency' Probably the highest taxed
underlying philosophy ,was expected to brief President downtown site is Woolworth'sUniversity
trio since last
missing Sunday.
future\ is too uncer- shop, $2,000. Building
: projects,
Johnson administration tain. President Johnson ordered the Johnson today on his mission to Avenue and Main
II down basically to this: "I am not willing to sit back Repayment and of loan Shell of, building$25,000. sailors from the nearby Meridian -i Mississippi. Dulles returned late Street site that is assessed at

: automation as long as and face without Naval Air Auxiliary Stationto Thursday night to Washingtonafter $301,410 on the city's 1963 tax
a period a superintendent -projects, $44,000. Reserve, $75-
two in this
harassing industry days state.
," he said. join the search late Thursday.One roll.City
declared in remarks 069.ANTICIPATED Finance Officer
hundred sailors 'teamed
"Would weeks make "I don't
MRS. LUVENIA THOMAS two or RECEIPTS I see any likely explosion -
Services for Mrs. Luveniai,:] for delivery in this in- break the system?" asked H. State aid: Foundation pro- with FBI agents and Mississippi -: ,":,Dulles told an impromptu ence O'Neill said the current
city only hours before to wallow I city property assessments were
Dale Smith. highway patrolmen
Townsend Thomas, 74of 1372 gram, $3,570,000. Sales tax airport news conference in
would appear here for knee deep in mud .through prepared by the Hunnicutt firm '
Hodge and Willard Williams fund Washington.
NW 45th Ave., will be Sunday $462,550. Racing commission -
address at a $100-a- voted to hire Talbot : snake-infested swamps. Another about four years ago.
afternoon at 2:30 at the' Way- ; now. $106,666. Driver -
Democratic fund-raising defeated Simmons : 100 sailors were on standby He hastened to add: "The situation Of the 701 buildings In the (
fair Primitive Baptist vChurch were by training, $45,000. Vocational
their base. requires careful hand downtown study area HunnI..
north of BelL : Smith and Hugh. Williams. Williams -funds $10,000.Taxes duty'at I .. f
She died this morning at'' ; on the GOP Scran- said Talbot should be I based on $106,000,000 Michael Schwerner 24, and ling. cutt rated 52 per cent poor; P

Alachua General Hospital. -- who is seeking the Repub- brought in quickly t but the assessment, $2,014,000. Tuition, Andrew Goodman, 21, both of i Before leaving the state he 26 per cent fair; 9 per cent
; ; met at Jackson for 90 minutes good and 12 cent
Mrs. Thomas lived in Gainesville presidential nomination, board owes respect to Manning's $1,500. Cash balance $350,000. New York City and James Cha- with state civil rights leaders good.At. per very

for 40 years and was the : position.eye Total, $6,559,716.had ney, 22, a Meridian,Negro, were
and again conferred with Gov. the time the study was

widow of AleIU1der"Thom s. Friends Paul B. Johnson.At made in 1962 Hunnicutt and

Survivors include 'a son' 'William tute were asked to substi-' CANCER CLAIMS HER EYES Meridian, James Farmer Associates said five per cent
contributions to the Fisherman's -, =
Gainesviler! three .daughters national director of the Con- of the downtown square foot-

Mrs. Henry Boerner, Hospital at Marathon! II gress of Racial Equality] expressed age is vacant and "with known

.1 Rockledge; Mrs. ,E. L. Hender for flowers. I I Gainesville Sandra concern about the nature vacancies of certain business

son Tallahassee; and Mrs. :MARVIN L. MCLEOD Helps Forget : and progress of the' investi establishments to come aboutin

Bert Rosenberg, Cedar Rapids, EAST POINT, Ga. Word gation.He the near future the core

Iowa; two brothers S. L. has been received here of the said he felt protection was area of downtown will have
I Sandra is six. Sandra
She. can remember was sent three taken her to and from Sandra could learn to write
: Townsend, Bell, and T. L. death of Marvin L. McLeod 55, times to Columbia required for other civil rights even a greater vacancy of floor
i how a flower looks, Presby- Alachua General when she starts back to St.
Hospitalmore "
,' Townsend, Jacksonville; two of jEast Point, former Alachua terian Hospital in New York workers throughout the state'that's area.
in the fall.
William Kel!. i but she can no longer see it. than 100 times, for I Augustine
sisters, Mrs. resident and father of Mrs. Ern :which specializes in such why we called for Downtown Gainesville employs
:; Bell; and Mrs. Groover Thomas 'estine Courtney of Gainesville.An 'I When she was three years cases. Cost of the trips was free. 'The hospital did not Alachua County General marshals." approximately 3,800 workers .

t I as, LaCrosse; nine grandchildren employe of the State of old, cancer took away her borne by the Cancer Society charge for surgery and the Welfare, which has been The White House first an- most of them in stores and

",).l and 13 great grandchil Georgia, he died June 14. I eyes first one, then both. here. Lions Foundation paid the concerned in the nounced that 200 Marines would offices. With studies showing
I deeply case '
4 ren. Survivors include his widow, But Sandra isn't doing so other bills; about $1,500 join the search but later said 91 per cent of the workers driving

z; Burial ''will be in Wayfair Doris, and two other daughters, badly; Gainesville has seen Sandra's grandmother accompanied worth. from the very start, has continued the report was "inadvertently! to work the downtown survey -
to act liaison be-
Cemetery with Jones .Johnson Mrs. LaTrelle Hamilton of Rai- to that. her, and the On September 5, 1963 San- tween interested as inaccurate" and only sailors notes that 1,500 parking
I Funeral Home in charge of ar ford and Mrs.. Onita Shaw of Sandra is slight and sandy- Gainesville Lions Club paid dra was six ,years old. It and Sandra's family. from the Meridian base wouldbe spaces would be needed for em
East Point. her expenses along with the was time for the long difficult groups used. ploye! parking where only 946
rangements. haired. Her last ,name Is unimportant American Cancer The chapter of the Florida
Society. of learning to The erroneous report that Ma- are available.
Sandra' process spaces
ED R. NEFF Council for the Blind here has
"1 Word ha Chalmers Named from a family that could never But the trips were in vain. live happily in a world geared contributed plastic and rines would be used stirred resentment :Meter-feeding employes who
HAWTHORNE In spite of radiation treat. to people who could eyes some Missisip- use the
afford a fraction of see. among parking spaces oear-i
for other incidental
Dean paid
been received'here of the deathof at FSUTALLAHASSEE all the help she has 'received ment under a Betatron the Sandra was. enrolled in ,the ex sippi members of Congress in-'est downtown stores and oIl- ,

Ed R. Neff, 74, of Haw- for nothing from Gainesville cancer spread. Sandra's, other first grade of the St. Augustine penses. cluding Rep. John Bell Williams -ces should be discouraged, the j' \
thorne. (APFlorida citizens. eye had to be removed.At School for the Blind. Sandra has adjusted well. who said the President downtown study says.

."I He died Wednesday morning State University said to- an age when most children That was six months ago. "She's: amazingly active fora bowed to ""left-wing racial agi- "Although several of the municipal .

at Marathon, in the ,Florida day Dr. .E. Laurence Chal She developed retina blas are eagerly exploring a Now her teachers describe child who doesn't have tators." lots are designed in the

",1 Keys. mers Jr. was named dean of toma cancer of the eyes world in which raindrops are Sandra as one of the most vision she doesn't keep Williams said that if President -rate schedules for all-day park- .<
Services will be Friday night the College of Arts and Sci- three years ago. One eye had jewels Sandra was .trappedin brilliant pupils they have still' at all," a Central Welfare }- Johnson is so concernedabout era, they are not used to their

I at 8 p.m. at Marathon.A ences. to be removed almost immediately darkness.It ever taught. She has learnedto Department worker said. helping to find missing practical capacity" (he -study \

A retired,engineer, he former Dr. Chalmers, 36, will succeed at Alachua General was not known whether read Braille. Most signifI- "She's usually cheerful 'and !persons he should turn his attention explains. "Parking for employ

Jy served as city engineer for Dr. J. Paul Reynolds Hospital. But it was hoped all the cancer bad been removed cantly the community has quick., The impression you to New York City where es within the dowptown area

Jacksonville ,and Miami Beach Sept. 1. Dr. Reynolds leaves to that the other eye could be or whether Sandra not forgotten her. get when you see her is one ,be said 10,500 persons wer reported has created, to a great extent.

: ,and was Bradford 'County engi- become dean of faculty at :saved.' would live. Lions Club ,recently bought of quickness and movement; missing last year of the parking problem that exists -

:1 neer in the eerlyl920's. was Wilmington College. Washing The cancer spread. In efforts The community bad done her a Braillewriter -- a sort you know. Some children impress whom 188 are still listed as today.

general ,manager and chief-en--ton,' D. C. to save the remaining what it could. Yellow Cab Co. of Braille typewriter so you that way." missing. NEXT: A Cultural Center.


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I Friday;June 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun !

: : f n. RflDTHE E ffl1IL.Y f I'' L Y Luncheon ., and Mrs.Marriage Evan L.. Cope-,AnnouncedDr. ville, where Mr.* Hoskins at-I" ti

land announce the marriage of tends the University of Florida. ,,

their daughter, Sylvia Nan- Y1lNITIARKET
: Ruth Weimer "e. Honors nette to Michael Scott Hoskins, Pie Pastry

son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. Old-fashioned cooks sometimes -

Hoskins. used to usa a lightly
n Party Compliments CoupleR Guests beaten I egg instead of liquidin m .

December The marriage 21, 1963 took in SavannahGa. place on A little making water pastry'was for added a pie.to i II II i II .

Mr.: and Mrs. Burtoft Wood Mr. and Mrs. Hoskins are the egg to make the required M INIT M411lTi

ward and daughters :Miss Gaye making their home in Gaines amount of liquid.

and Miss Joanne, will entertain -
the out of 'town guests
here for the Carlisle-Wylie wed
.;', I ding, at a luncheon slated for OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
R 3d I Saturday, at 11:30 a.m., at the
\ i t Woodward home, 2114 West .. NEW LOW PRICES
."" .:) i1.. ,,. University Avenue.Arrangements .
: ; 'JiIl1' I, of white and EI: GAINESVILLE STORES
:. .. ':';"' I.. ; ;\ pink shasta daisies and baby 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave
breath will decorate the lunch '
3725 W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave
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:: eon tables.
.. .. 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Bird
The guest list will includeMr. 4105 NW 13th St.LACHUA .
and Mrs. Wayne Carlisle,, : Comer let St.&441
w.. Auburn- HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Ave. NW&M.in
'. Mrs. E. L. Carlisle,
WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Ave.
dale,. grandmother of the
;., bride-elect, Miss Melanie Car
I. '..'t. '. lisle, sister of the bride ekrt,, ALL BRANDS King Size -
'.1. Mr. and Mrs. James Powell FiltersRegulars
\ and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Salo-
kar, of Miami, aunts and
uncles of the bride to'- be; CIGARETTESCARTON
Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Mangum,
Augusta, great aunt and great

L. ........, uncle of the bride to be.
Mr and :Mrs. Walter Biker $69
> :' ',. of.:: Miami, maternal grand.
mother of bride elect; Dr.
aFR.q. ... Rw '" a ... .., ..r .,.Nt.6. and Mrs. M. H. Wylie, parentsof '
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t.-::{_\.i _9_<'__\\\\: izt';Jf-:,::'; ';:"" 'n:: .::::ia: bridegroom elect; Earnest

Wylie and William Wylie,
Chris Carlisle and Hardy Wylie, who will be married on Saturday brothers of bridegroom elect; NEW Westinghouse KING SIZE
afternoon at the First Methodist Church, were complimented at a cocktail Benjamin Mason, Mr. and
buffet party given Wednesday evening by Mrs. Gerald Rudderman and Mrs. Mrs. John Sanken, Dr. and HEAVY DUTY
Robert Clayton. Pictured from left to right are Mrs. Rudderman, Hardy Mrs. Stephen Brown; and Fin. LAUNDRY CENTERSFIT I PEPSI COLA 1
t Wyjie Miss Carlisle and Mrs. Clayton. ley Merry, all of Augusta;
S. C., aunt of bride-elect, Ray- LOOK FOR THE WESTINGHOUSE AD '
mond Watson, and Mr. and .
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.I Chris Carlisle and Hardy Wy- Methodist Church, Receptionat Robert Moore. butter or margarinewith
fc; lie Jr., Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Gainesville Golf and Country minced chives and use REGULAR or KING SIZE
I! Wylie, 7 p.m., Gainesville Club. Luncheon honoring Miss Re- as the spread for the bread $i
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Wayne Rickman, Mrs. RalphG. ton Woodward, 11:30 p. m., NW 10th Avenue.
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: Oiafntsuill Sun OF1I .

THE No Foreign Policy Fire

JOHN R. HARRISON, President end SOUTH N rUt Ifurk etrnrs to make the major decisions. munism because, though that foreign policy operations of

Publisher* Ed PAT JOHNSON COWLES Vice, Vke PmMcnt President By ,ARTHUR KROCK: This year his candidate, Gov. was a disaster to the securityof the, party in power would be

Beautiful and Executive Editorj W. G. (Jill) President Scranton, has yet to attain the Western Hemisphere, be rigidly limited. This would
University City' L; EIERSOLE, Vke President and Advertising By RALPH :McGILL WASHINGTON anything approaching the national ,the Eisenhower administration mat e ria 1.1 z e a dream of
Director; BOB TARTAOLIONE Johnson has lost an ambassador the party in power that recurs -
Pulitzer Friz Wfaulof PihliihtrOf and international pres- was also "involved" in
Vic President and circulation Manat.r. the AtlMU. (Ga.) CMiUtotiMProgress with the resignation of in national election
tige .of Eisenhower in 1952. the development Little more every
L THE SUN'S POLICY Henry Cabot Lodge as his But the importance the 'StopGoldwater" would remain open to legiti- year. It is shared by the .
to Viet Nam, but he citizens who 1
envoy excellent
allies have many
at- mate Republican fire than the
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. ? may have gained a campaignasset tached to Lodge's active enlistment "disasters" which has befallen strive for the attainment of :
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only i In. editorials. always sought by the in their cause indicates the administration's'ef- an ideal nonpartisan foreign
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial Issues. in That dependson
party power. a hopeful expectation forts to tranquilize the Con- policy as required by national -

The Sun's telephones: All Department!-372-8441 whether Lodge can per- that the master of the convention go, and to dissuade President interest, particularly in ,
Want Ads-376-4672 OrParalysis suade the Republican National strategy'which stopped Sukarno of Indonesia from this nuclear age of unexam- {
and its
Convention presi-
Robert A. Taft in 1952 can repeat annexation by military aggression pled perils. ."
dential nominee to agree this performance at San of territory to whichhe But Goldwater is only one
with the political proposition of several Republican lead-
Well Done Francisco.If has no ethnic or historical
he stated Tuesday at Saigon."I claim.In ers who have attacked the
i don't see," said the Ambassador this expectation is fulfilled administration's programs in

I Community safety programs often ty topics, establishment of a speakers "how this VietNam both the platform and the Congo the' administration Viet Nam as indecisive and

I are like the weather-many of us bureau, the training of baby thing could possibly bea the campaign attitude the gave the indispensible vacillating.AND .
Twenty-six business men part of it (Republican Par- nominee will omit "this Viet support of money, trans
talk about it but few do anything. sitters and probably most importantof in St. Augustine, the old city ty criticism of the administra- Nam thing" from whate v e r port and material to the NOW that the word

Gainesville is fortunate in being an all-proposing and helping to with the old traditions, whose tion's foreign policy andor attacks are made on the ad- UN's military suppression of being passed out is that no

exception.This establish a citizens safety council. economic lifeblood is tour- conduct)." Noting that the ministration's record in the the separatist movement of decision has been taken to

week the Women's Confer- With the help of the Chamber of ism, have pledged them- Eisenhower administration is area of foreign policy. But Katanga. It sought vainly to expand the war to North Viet

ence of the National Safety Council, Commerce and the Gainesville chap- selves voluntarily' to acceptthe also "involved," he added: even if Lodge's influence over appease Sukarno by forcingthe Nam in a future which at
civil' rights bill's require- "In istory when you've hada the'convention decisions is Netherlands to turn over least the period before
meeting in San Francisco, presentedtwo ter of Pilots, Club International, theauxiliary's ments "when and if they be- disaster then that becomesa limited to the platform, the West New Guinea to Indonesian the November spans election, apparently

awards recognizing the effortsof efforts led to the present come law." political issue, even if the Republican Party and its can- control; a service Su if the Communist

two American communities. One effective safety council. It is no This St. Augustine decisionis politicians- do not do anything didate would be at least officially karno repaid by maintaining Chinese will oblige no intervening -

of them is Gainesville.Two passing fancy but shows promise of the commonsense one. about it. But of course committed to soft-ped- his armed objective to event will compelthe

years ago the Woman's being a permanent and vocal opponent With the passage of the bill there's no outlook of that kind aling the administrations foreign "crush" the new state of abandonment of these at-

of by Congress, the issue ceasesto for the time. policy operations as a Malaysia.IT tacks in the platform or in
Auxiliary of the Alachua County apathy safety programs
campaign issue where
except the
be one of personal opinionand campaign.
Medical Society jarred by a tragic much needed by _a progressive com becomes one of law. The IN THE PARTY 'convention these have culminated in "dis MAYBE that Lodgecan Unless, that is, Lodge, like

accident that took the life ,of a 12. munity.! question of whether a person of 1952 Lodge, though invalu- aster." double as the successful Garfield in the Republican

year-old boy here, decided to do The National Saftey Council i believes in segregated ably aided by the fact that leader of the alliance dedi- convention of 1880, comes to
schools, public parks, restau- his candidate for the nomination THIS FORMULA of limita- cated to deny the nominationto San Francisco as the abso-
about award
something a program. was. a deserved one. To it we
rants, .and denial of voting Gen. Eisenhower, wasa tion excludes attacks on the Goldwater; and also impose lutely undraftible manager of
add Gainesville's nod of gratitudeto rights now becomes one of, war hero demonstrated his administration as c u Ipable a campaign formula on another candidate's interest
\ It included a bicycle safety poster the medical society auxiliary. It either accepting the law or strategic skill in influencinga for the establishment of Cubaas the Republican national tick and emerges as the nominee I

contest, a series of articles on safe- was a job well done.I' joining in defiance and disorders majority of the delegates a satellite of Moscow com et by which criticisms of the himself.

I that paralyze businessand ,

The G.I. Bill of create cities of fear rather AT ODDS ON CHECKS AND BALANCES
I Rights than of proud progress.

June 22 was the twentieth anniversary each veteran an investment in the ALL MAJOR Southern

of the Servicemen's Read- future-his own and the country's. cities, save those in Mis-

t justment Act of .1944-the G. I. Bill Hardly anything more worthwhilethan well sissippi along and with Alabama programs, are of Court Becomes 'Creative'By

of Rights. Conceived with foresight an education, at any level for eliminating the discriminations -

in the midst of America's greatest which he qualified, could have been the new legislation RICHARD WILSON in some respects this is also bers of this Court were movements."

i war and passed without a dissentingvote bestowed on the returning service- makes unlawful. None was Chief Cowles Washington true of Justices Black and thought by many to have con- The layman will not be able

in Congress, the G. I. Bill was in any sense hurt or disturbed Bureau Clark, with much longer serv- vinced themselves and each to judge too well the inter-

a highly successful piece of legisla man.That was only a part of the rea- in any aspect of mu- WASHINGTON A prece- ice on the high bench. other that the demands of play of constitutional thought
nicipal life. dent-shattering session of the The justices could agree un- the Constitution were to be He will, however, be able to
tion. soning however. Educators had esti-
Only deliberate actions by United States Supreme Court animously 10 years ago that measured not by what it says, judge the effects of majority
It educated 7.8 million veterans, mated that 17 million months of inflammatory persons or or- has come to a close with the racial segregation is not to but by their' own notions of decisions which have extend.

2.2 million of them in college. It pro- college education would have been ganizations to foment the resistance justices much at odds over be permitted in the public wise political theory." ed the authority of the Court

vided or guaranteed home and business !- lost through military service. This disorders which their function in the federal schools. That was a simple JUSTICE HARLAN states it into areas where it never ventured

loans for 5.3 million. It paid would have been a very considerableloss bring about loss of businesscan system of checks and bal- principle of justice, they all another way: "Finally, these before. t1

$3.2 billion in special unemployment unless a way was found to get make of difficult law. the acceptance ances. thought. But they cannot decisions (in the legislative Among the effects are

compensation to 9 million veteransfor the veterans back in schools. As a number of persons The collision of intellectswill agree unanimously that be-: districting cases) give sup- these: Because of a series of
continue after the learned cause segregation is unjust port to ,a current mistaken decisions circumscribing the
an average of 19 weeks apiece. The Veterans Administration. pointed out when the Senate '
says demonstrations '
racial trespassing
have rested view of the Constitution and
jurists during the prosecuting authorities, the
The G. I. Bill was unlike previous the higher earnings resulting from debate than began three, and months during the it summer. But it already is on private propertyare the constitutional function of criminal laws against per-

veterans legislation-the homestead education under the G. I. Bill not more continued the quite clear that a majority of just, or that any general this court. This view, in a nut- sonal violence will be harderto
greatest responsibility -
grants of the Civil War, and the only benefited the persons involved, for lawful pro- the court considers itself to principle has been established shell, is that every major social enforce. Racial demon-

I World War I bonus. The unemployment and the economy, but also, generated' cesses and peaceful progress be the instrument of political permitting the ,Court to pro- ill in this country can find strations on private propertyare
reform a creative third pel itself into every conditionof its cure in some constitutional given the colorof legal-
pay was a kind of bonus, of enough 'tax revenue to repay at lies with those who opposedthe
branch of government, and American life, social, political 'principle', and that this court ity. Political reforms are imposed
course. The loan guarantees helped least twice i the .cost of the educational legislation.
economic that cries 'should 'take the lead' in -
\VE ARE NOT now .confronted not merely the passive adju- or promoting upon states which the
veterans buy homes sooner, or set programs. with an interpretation dicator of narrow and legal for reform.It reform when other states would not themselves

up businesses, and helped stimulatethe Suggestions have been made that of the Constitution. It is istic issues within the confinesof is the emergence of the branches of the governmentfail adopt. Prayer is excluded

economy. the educational privileges of theG. not a court order that must a written constitution.TO general principle of reformas to act. where it was recited for a

The biggest and most significant I. Bill be extended to peacetime be accepted by lawful per a function of the Court "The Constitution is not a couple of centuries the public -

part. of the bill, however, was the servicemen as a means of encourag- sons. It is an act of Congress.It A MINORITY within. the that causes the greatest disagreement panacea for every blot upon schools. Certain measuresare

educational Instead of ing the enlistment of high-caliber is, moreover, a congressional court this is a highly distressing what Justice Stew- the public welfare, nor should] denied the federal govern-
program. decision in which both development. Justices Har- art calls "a long step back- this Court, ordained as a judicial ment in restricting the scopeof
handing out money or land to reward volunteers. The experience with the houses provided substantial lan and Stewart, relatively recent ward into that unhappy era body, be thought of as the Communist Party, and

military service, the framersof G. I. Bill shows that it would be a majorities. The rights legislation appointees, find it so, and when majority of the mem- a general haven for reform the Soviet Union is treated

the bill wisely decided to offer good investment in the future. also has the endorse- more and more as if it were
ment of more than 40 of the an indigenous American political
nation's 50 governors. party.
Certainly, in the fact of the WHAT CONGRESS will do

j of the new legislation we have a has in some respects been
People moral question. Do congressmen A 624-Member Senate? undone; and what Congressand
and senators who opposed the states will not do

I I.i the bill, and lost, now has been done by the Court.

On The Sun's Opinion Page ask of their constituents that By DAVID LAWRENCE Texas, California and Penn- bers, and the Senate could be The Court has added to the
== they accept the decision, or Constitution some things
WASHINGTON if sylvania. A two-thirds vote of composed of either 624 mem-
do they encourage anarchyand which were deliberately ex.
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters defiance? Do the ruling just announced by a Senate made up in this way bers or even more, depending cluded from
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot mayors could be obtained by the votesof upon what basic unit of it.
exceed 500 words and must b. written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. TheSun ministers, politicians, legislatures the Supreme Court of the only 18 states. would be considered And so the Court has be-
population -
reserves the right to reject ny letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or editors, commentators United States providing for come a creative branch of
.I"_nn.""._.. and lay citizens wish to "one person, one vote" is The principle back of suchan adequate for each state. the government, and the pro-

The Liberals on a rail? Or front and centeron himself. throw their communities into applied to the federal govern- imbalance is recognizedthe THE WHOLE in tests of the minority cannot
: stage? Liberalism seems to thinkit chaos and economic disastersby ment, the Senate of the Supreme Court in its recent the latest emphasis Court ruling change that. But some of thecourt's

Died SmilingEDITOR Again, in The Sun editorial has the world by the tail- allowing and seeking defiance United States some day may ruling on how the districts is numbers.Supreme If state decisions are not pop-
on a
of law? This is be of 624 senators. in the various state
it has but the composed
discuss- actually a noose
December: 26, 1962, in for example, attempted to limit ular and some, particularly in
Sun: One does ing the investigation of the around its own neck. Many inescapable question.The The Supreme Court says legislatures shall be com the number of voters on the the field of the enforcementof
times it "freedom"with fact of the bill is nota that population must be the posed. The Court's theory is
not know whether to laughor Women's Strike for Peace by may cry basis of intelligence qualifications the criminal law, may be
czwhca viewing the lat the House Committee on Un- a strong pull on the matter for preaching or basis for the apportionment of that population was the only the would be dangerous. The Court thus exposes -
admonishing. But it is a fact state legislatures, but defendsthe basis on which the representative argument
est production of your fine American Activities, quote tail; yet comes up smilingand raised that this is a form of itself to the possibility .t
liberal rail toting editorial "We believe it (the Republic) gasping with the noose which demands sober under present imbalance in the system was inaugurated.' discrimination. Nowhere in of an adverse public reac-
Liberalism standing. We are a nation of national Congress as "tradi It'is difficult to see, however,
writer when he says. "If or will survive even if the tiny a little tighter. the recent Court tion. For the instruments of I '
when the Mayor finds a U.S. Communist Party sneaks permits the West to be more than 190 millibn per- tional" Yet traditions aren'talways how the Supreme Court can Supreme
Communist he should call the into the movement. We certainly reconciled to dissolution.Two sons. The bill asks that 170 maintained, and the continue to apply the rule to opinion is there any recogni- reform seem to fall more natUrally -
hands of elect-
tion of the fact that althoughthe into the
million Americans Court in decisions state i slatures without
Supreme leg
aloud. If remove many.
: name the charge believe that these
ghosts, a large one
ed executive and congressional .
population grown
be true, we can all join in women-and all other Americans and a small one, were readingthe discriminations in the citizen- has frequently taken the some day feeling obliged to
a tar and feather party and (Communist included tombstone over the graveof ship status of perhaps 22 million the Supreme Court to rewrite do the same wies respect to this doesn't necessarily citizens mean officials and the righting ,
other citizens Negroes liberty of adjusting them to Congress. The Court has ,re- that the number of of specific wrongs Into the leT
ride the culprit out of town ?) have very right to advo- Western civilization. Restin
with the Gainesville cate their views. without in Peace it died .by its persons .of Mexican ancestry, "the spirit of the times." lied on the doctrine that citizens with sufficient knowledge to hands of those who are appointed >
Sun carrying one end of the timidation. even if those own hand. Liberalism is the and any smaller minority Applying the concept of must have "equal pro- vote intelligently been on public for life. *
rail views should happen to coincide ideology of Western suicide. groups. It should not be too "one person, one vote" it tection of the laws," and that questions has correspondingly 13:
: difficult for about 170 million would be relatively easy for the apportionment must be increased. 'The Brains'Should
Give us names with what is supposed to "But Daddy, said the lit
The Sun had best be sure be the current "Moscow line"Give tle ghost "Why didn't some- persons to do what is right the Supreme Court to rewrite on the basis of the actual Members of Congress back are (
: It is not unbeknowingly confused us names? one tell the West it was committing and just in behalf of about 22 Article I of the Constitution, number of voters so that the beginning to hear from Hide
and straddling the rail To know whether one is a suicide?" million persons who have which provides for two sena- formula of "one person, one home murmurs of real discontent ,r r4.
known, and still know discrimination tors for each state. The lan vote" is made effective. over the recent Supreme -
itself before picking up one Communist or not makes lit "Conservatism did try Court decisions which Their Heads
end. For In 1963 tle difference what recalled rather and deprivationof guage could be interpreted by
example: a one son, sadly
real live honest-to-goodness does, and believes, to create .the Daddy ghost, "but in citizenship rights. the high Court to mean that THE COURT went on to dictate to the States of the Cc) New York Time
CERTAINLY, it would while the, Constitution intended in connection with state Union bow they shall appor-
Communist Party member confusion, destory law and the USA the wreckage of the say
seem, since there is going each state to have not that it could tion representation in both STRASBOURG, France
wrote the UF Alligator wanting order, and promote the cause Constitution was so extensivethat no apportionments,
behind the fact, that the less than two senators, this "Perceive constitutional houses of their ,respectivestate -"The Town" here is laugh
,< to come to the UF of communism instead of respect and love for God security no "
campus and speak. The UF freedom is the issue. was gone honor and patri- of the nation. the welfare }. doesn't prevent a state from difference with respect ,to legislatures. ing at "The Gown. The University !-

rightly declined the invitation Consider the Marxist Lee otism for Country faded away of the business and educational having more senators espe- geographical distribution of of Strasbourg built a
'a APPARENTLY PEOPLE In science center 16 stories high
4 : but what did the rail- Oswald we don't know for and respect for State individual communities, require daily if population is takenas state legislative representation -
", toting Sun Editor have to say sure if he was a Communistor integrity could not sincere efforts at voluntary the yardstick. between the two housesof the farm and rural sectionsare a skyscraper by local stand
afraid that domination ards. It was completed last
: about this? In an editorial not, although he renouncedhis exist; when the conservatives compliance.The a bicameral state legisla-
: Sept. 25, 1963, "Commies on country to live in Russia realized the disarray and congressional decisionis UNDER THE 1960 census, ture." It added that the concept bythe cities may prove injurious year.
but a beginning. If the voluntary there is an average of about two-house is to their properties, But it's too high. At the top
the Campus" Quote "Open-- and supported the Fair Play chaos of the land of the free a system
I ly Communist speakers are for Cuba Committee on his and the home of the brave St. Augustine pledgeby 300,000 population in the four not rendered meaningless because and that legislation beneficialto it sways more than it should ,

less objectional than secret return. This lack of knowledge was beyond repair they diednotastheiberalawith business men can be multiplied least populous statesAlaska population is used as them which has hitherto for the delicate measuring In- "
the states will struments in the city's labor
J Communists disguised as has little bearing on the a many times no community Vermont, Wyoming and the predominant basis of rep been passed by !i
discarded if the state leg- atories. The water is i
something else. Some stu- fact that what he did broughtthe confident smile on their facesin will suffer. Indeed, Nevada. If one additional i resentation. The court added: be pressure 1 ?
dents might find the Communist nation to its knees in a senseless suicidebut, as the example of many senator is granted in all "Dif fer e n t constituenciescan islatures are entirely rebuilt too low to rise beyond the
<. line attractive and shock and grief. with tears in their yeesof .Southern cities has shown, the other states for every 300-, be represented in the two with another system of rep- sixth floor to the chemistry
is feared also laboratories. Walls are crack-
t swallow it. For many stu- James Burnham put the a broken heart" compliance produces no 000 of population above the houses. One body could be resentation. It
dents the surest inoculation the West's dilemma in the Mr. Editor, as kindly as problem, but permits pro initial 300,000, there would, bea composed of singlememberdistricts that the country will be governed ing. have j
against the Communist doctrine fight against communism in possible we hope you discover gress under sensible condi- total of 624 senators.A while the other could by the political ma- Its top 10 stories remained 1

is to hear it expounded this light The liberal's arm communism by press- tions. simple majority of the have at least some multi- chines of a few big cities. empty since and comple'architects I

t t by a believer. A university cannot strike with consistent ing the switch of wisdom on The greatest responsibilityis Senate would then be controlled member districts." Senator Dirksen, Republican said- tion. The are'back engineers at the drawing

: campus is one. of the safest firmness against communism your searchlight of fact, upon the political and business by 313 votes, which could leader, has already University is observing
places for full exercise of the either domestically or inter- while we still have a little leadership of the South come from ,only 10 states This suggestion could justas publicly that a constitutional board. silence. -
.. traditional freedom of nationally because the liberal time. -but no citizen in any state nam ly' New York, New Jer. readily be applied to Con- amendment may be necessaryto a scholarly at it
I speech, dimly feels that-in doing so may escape his or her share sey. Massachusetts, 0 hi 0, gress. The lawc.- house could clarify the limits of the But intellectual the city elite.Is laughing

1 Ride the culprit out of town he would somehow wound OBSERVE LofiL Michigan, Illinois Nevada, continue to have more mem Supreme Court's ruling.


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_4 Gainesville Sun Friday, June 26, 1964
1 1 commemoration of the Fourth was previously announced.The .
CONSCIENCE ICOLORED' NEWS I of July. members are asked to
NOTICE pay their dues to the secretary.Mrs. II
The Missionary Circle No. 2 F, D. Shannon, reporter.Obituaries .
I Jiaint5uill iun OF B. F. Childs, Cole red News Editor of Mt. Cannel Baptist Church I

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSFirst present. Come prepared to join will hold a Fellowship Tea si I
Baptist-Sunday School, the association for a fee of $2. I the home of C. F. Franklin, I

THESOUTH :19:45: ajn.J: morning worship 11 of 1403 NE 3rd Ave., on Sunday
'a.m. During the services the LAKE BUTLER NEWS
I from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Mrs. Mar- WILLIE REASON:"
{Fathers' Day rally will come to Fathers' Day Prcgram
I etha Franklin, president; Rev.T. Funeral service for Mr. Wil-
JOHN R. HARRISON, President and ,
an end. Afternoon workship 4 The Father's Day programat
Publisher PAT COWLES, Vice PrnFlorida's i A. Wright, pastor. lie Reason Jr. of 870 E. Brown-
|p.m. During the services, the the Hope Well A. M. E.
dent; Ed JOHNSON Vice Presidentand lee Street Starke Florida will
I Beautiful Executive Editor W. C. (Bill) I j following deacons will be or- Church on June 21 was success- SPECIAL NOTICE ,
I be held Sunday June 28th 2:00:
I /University City' vertismg EBERSOLE; Director Vice BOB President TARTAGLIONE and Ado, By RALPH McGILL I dained' : Charlie Thomas, Bob'by ful.During I The Ladies' Auxiliary and the p.m. from Greater Bethel Baptist -
the Rev. Bal-
Moore and Johnnie Carter. program
Pulitzer Prix Winning PublisherOf >
Post No. 306 are
with Rev.A. .
: Vice President and Circulation Manager. Church in Starke
the AtUnU. (Ga.) Co..UtoUOIIProgress
a .J Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. let spoke on the theme: "WhenYe sponsoring jointly a barbecue Vinson officiating burial
4. THE SUN'S POLICY Jessie M. Johnson, reporter. Pray Say Our Father Who dinner at the home of Mrs. will follow in Oddfellow Ceme-
; Hopewell Baptist Sunday Art in Heaven. Carrie Strong, today at 8 p.m. under the direction of
\ : 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. ? School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- The total collection was 'until." tery
A I: : 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. ship 11 and $30.25. Chestnut & Haile Funeral Homeof
a.m.; evening wor-
.' 3. Publish all sides of controversial! issues. Starke relatives and friends
n ship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. W. J. Tay. The Hope Well A. M. E. NOTICEAll
are asked to meet at the homeof
; The Sun's AH Departments3728441d lor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gor- Church will conduct a joint
i telephones: members of Juvenile Cho- Mrs. lola Little at 870 E.
OrParalysis don service at the New
.;, Want Ads-376-4672 reporter.Mt. ral Group Lodge No. 113 are Brownlee Street, 1:30 p.m. to
Church with Rev. L. A. Tillman
'. BaptistSundaySchool asked to meet today at 5:30 p.m. form the cortege to the churchfor
: 9:30: a.m.; morning pastor, today at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gussie the service.

j Well Done worship 11 a.m. During the The public is invited. Rev. Ross, of 704 SW 5th Ter., for re -
services, Samuel Taylor will be Cliffon Simmons, pastor; Mrs. hearsal.
the principal speaker. Baptist Willie Mae Perry, reporter. OBEDIAH GADSON
6 Community safety programs often ty topics, establishment: of a speakers Training Union, 5:30: p.m.; and PICNIC POSTPONED Graveside service was held

j are like the weather-many of us bureau, the training of baby business men evening worship 7:30 p. m. CULMINATING PROGRAMThe The New Salem Baptist Monday for Obediah Gadson of

? talk about it but few do anything. sitters and probably most importantof in Twenty-six St. Augustine, the old city During the services Miss culminating program of Church Sunday School picnicset Pompano each who was kill-
the Vacation Bible Schoolat
Daily 2:30
Shirley Knyght will be the ed by the train Monday :
Gainesville is fortunate in being an all-proposing and helping to with the old traditions, whose the Friendship BaptistChurch for Saturday has been post- Oddfellow
1 principal speaker. There will until a later date p.m. at cemetery.
r exception. establish a citizens safety council. economic lifeblood is tour- be mid-week meditation services will be held on today at poned These services were handled by

u This week the Women's Confer- With the help of the Chamber of ism, have pledged them- Tuesday, 7:30: p.m.; and 7:30 p.m. Rev. D. E. White, SLATES MEETINGThe Chestnut & Haile Funeral Homeof

< ence of the National Safety Council, Commerce and the Gainesville chap. selves civil voluntarily bill's to require-acceptthe Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 pastor. Starke.
ter of Pilots Club International theauxiliary's rights p.m. The choir will have its Female Protective Society -
meeting in San Francisco, presented ments "when and if they become
rehearsal will hold its regular
; and Choir No. 3 will NOTICE No. 1
9 the effortsof efforts led to the LEE INFANT
two awards recognizing present law.
have its rehearsal Thursday, 7 During the last executive meet Sunday in the dining room
two American communities. One effective safety council. It is no This St. Augustine decisionis p.m., and also Teachers' Meeting meeting at the Greater Ft. of the Greater Ft. Clark Baptist Graveside service for Baby heldin

| of them is Gainesville. passing fancy, but shows promise of the commonsense one. 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A. Clark Baptist Church Choirs Church at 4 p.m. Boy the Lee Peachville of Lawtey cemetery were Mon.

i Two years ago the Woman's being a permanent and vocal opponent With the passage of the bill Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Nos. 1 and 2 were consolidatedinto During the meeting, the dues day in Lawtey 4:00: p.m. under -
i Auxiliary of the Alachua County of apathy to safety programs by Congress the issue ceasesto Hamm, reporter. one choir under the lead! and endowments are to be paid.I the direction of Chestnut &
be one of personal opinionand Johnson Chapel Baptist ership of Henry Miles, presi
much needed Haile Funeral Home of Starke.
I Medical Society, jarred by a tragics by a progressive com
becomes one of law. The Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Bap- dent. Other officers are: Mrs. OBSERVANCE! OF MEN'S DAY
accident that took the life of a 12- munity. question of whether a person tist Training Union, 6 pjn.; Hattie Schuman, directress and Men's Day will be observed at -

4 year-old boy here, decided to do The National Saftey Council believes in segregated and Choir No. 1 will have its musician; M. C. Cook, vice president -1 the Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church MRS. ROSA LEE RUTLEDGEFinal

: something about a safety program. award was a deserved one. To it we schools, public parks, restaurants rehersal Thursday, 8 p.m. Rev. ; Mrs. Sarah Bennett secretary Sunday. The schedule of services rites for Mrs. Rosa Lee
add Gainesville's nod of gratitudeto and denial of voting W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. ; Mrs. Margaret Long, finance is as follows: Morning worship Rutledge of Orange Lake, who
rights now becomes one of Harriet Jones reporter. secretary; Mrs. Aneda at 11 a.m.; afternoon worship died Monday at the University
:. It included a bicycle safety poster the medical society auxiliary. It either accepting the law or Fairbanks-St. John A.M.E. Jones, treasurer; Julius Cook, I at 3 p.m.; A. C. E. Leagueat Teaching Hospital following a I
contest, a series of articles on safe- was a job well done. joining in defiance and disorders Sunday School, 10 a.m.; morning business manager; Deacon Hen-' 6:30: p.m.; and evening worship -'brief illness, will be conducted
that paralyze business worship, 11 a. m. the ry Long, assistant busines man- at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at 2 p.m. from the Mt.
and create cities of fear rather Church of the Living God, Pi!. ager; Rev. W. A. Mules pas During the morning worship,I Sinia Baptist Church with the
I I' The G.I. Bill of RightsJune than of proud progress. low, Ground and Truth with tor; and Mrs. Mayola Chatman, Rev. Frank Pinkston from Ocala Rev. John A. Munnerlyn and

Bishop William, pastor, speaking reporter. will be guest speaker; and at 31 Rev. Frank Redmon officiating.
22 was the twentieth anniversary !- each veteran an investment in the ALL MAJOR Southern at 12 noon; Little Rock p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor will Interment will follow in the Mt

of the Servicemen's Readjustment future-his own and the country's. cities, save those in Mis- True Church of God in Unity SINGERS TO APPEAR L\ present to render serivce. Tabor Cemetery.She .
I Act of 1944-the G. I. Bill Hardly anything worthwhile sissippi and Alabama, are with Elder S. M. Bennett, pastor PROGRAMThe The State Rally will come to is survived by nine children -
more well along with programs of from Maxwell, speaker. Starlight Gospel Singersand an end. Each member is askedto Mrs. Bernice Bogans ot
of Rights. Conceived with foresightin than an education, at any level for eliminating the discrimina- following the services, dinner the Simmons Sisters will report $50 or more for the Gainesville, Mrs. Leila Mae

the midst of America's greatestwar which he qualified, could have been tions the new legislation will be served; and the Star- appear in a joint musical pro- state he or she represents. Rev. I!Hicks, Mrs. Bessie Bryant, Mrs
and passed without a dissentingvote bestowed on the returning service- makes unlawful. None was light Gospel Singers will appear -gram at the St. John Methodist E. D. Arnold, pastor; Mrs. H. Rosa Lee Belle, Mrs. Lola Mae
in Congress, the G. I. Bill was in any sense hurt or disturbed in a program at 3 p. m. Church at Fairbanks on Sundayat ,Young, reporter. c.,1,Chandler, P r imas Rutledge,
man.That with the of Charlie Rutledge, Joe Lewis
in of the churchin
any aspect mu- 3 .
: a highly successful piece of legisla- was only a part of the reasoning p.m.There ,
SPEAKS SUNDAY and James Rutledge.
nicipal life. charge. Members of the pro- is no admission price, Rutledge,
I tion. however. Educators had esti- Only deliberate actions by gram committee are: Mrs. but a free will offering will be Mother Mattie McKnight will !!Two brothers, George Honor
I It educated 7.8 million veterans, mated that 17 million months of inflammatory persons or organizations Carrie Session, Mrs. Gladys accepted. Mrs. Rhudine Murray be the principal speaker at the ,, and Joe Honor, 36 grandchildren -

2.2 million of them in college. It pro- college education would have been to foment the resistance Washington, Lonnie Sessionsand sponsor; Rev. R. Daniels; Triumph Holiness Church Sun-! and other relatives and
vided or guaranteed home and busi- lost through military service. This disorders which James McCray. Mrs. Ru- pastor; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re day at 4 p.m. in behalf of the'I friends. Friends will meet at the
bring about loss of businesscan dine Murray, evangelist and porter. Dependent Children's Home at home of Mrs. Rutledge m Or
ness loans for 5.3 million. It paid would have been a very considerableloss make difficult the acceptance reporter. The Starlight Gospel Singersand Tallahassee. The church is located ange Lake, at 1:15: p.m. to form
$3.2 billion in special unemployment unless a way was found to get of law. Men's Day will be observed the Flemington Harmonizers at 613 NW 12th St. the cortege that will proceed to

compensation to 9 million veteransfor the veterans back in schools. As a number of persons in connection with Sunday singers, will also appear in The cooperation of the members -, the church. Pallbearers will be
an average of 19 weeks apiece. The Veterans Administration says pointed out when the Senate services at Zion Temple AME a joint musical contest at the and friends is asked. I Arnett Smith Jr., Leon Chandler -

The G. I. Bill was unlike previous the higher earnings resulting from debate began, and during the Zion Church. Men of the Antioch Holiness Church, NE George Armstrong, Fred
more than three months it church will sponsor an Improvement 8th Ave., Sunday at 8 p.m. Rev.A. PROGRAM PLANNEDThe Smith, John P. Jamerson, Sammie -
veterans homestead education under the G. I. Bill
legislation-the not
continued the greatest responsibility Rally. The order of Bannister, pastor and spon- Progressive Choirs Union Lowcry and Loucious
grants of the Civil War, and the only benefited the persons involved, for lawful pro- Worship: Church School 10 a. sor; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re. will render a program at the erson. These services are under
World War I bonus. The unemployment and the economy, but also generated cesses and peaceful progresslies m., Morning Worship 11 a.m. porter. First Morning Star Baptist the direction of the Hughes and

pay was a kind of bonus, of enough tax revenue to repay at with those who opposedthe and Evening service 7:30: p.m. Church Sunday at 3 p.m. Chestnut Funeral Home.
legislation.WE Rev. W. L. Souder, pastor. STORY HOURS The public is invited. Levi
course. The loan guarantees helped least twice the cost.of the educa- .
ARE NOT now con A story hour at Carver li- Griffin, president; Mrs. Quincy GAL EYI
veterans buy homes sooner, or set tional ELIJAH
programs. fronted with an interpretation NAACP MEETINGThe brary is scheduled for this aft- Marks, reporter.
up businesses, and helped stimulatethe Suggestions have been made that of the Constitution. It is National Association for ernoon at 4 p.m. and Saturdayat i I Funeral services citizen for Elijah of the
Gainey, a pioneer
economy. the educational privileges of the not a court order that must the Advancement of Colored 10:30: p.m. NOTICE Settlement, will I
The biggest and most significantpart G. I. Bill be extended to peacetime be accepted by lawful per People will hold its mass meet- Today students in the College The junior ushers are asked to I Jerusalem be held at the Old Jcrsalem

of the bill, however, was the servicemen as a means of encouraging sons. It is an act of Congress.It ing in an after service at the of Education of the Universityof meet at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Baptist Church Sunday at 4p.m.
is, moreover, a congres- Greater Bethel A. M. E. Church Florida will be the storytellers. -Church Saturday at 5 p.m. Rev.T. I Davis of-
T. D.
educational Instead of the enlistment of with Rev.
program. high-caliber sional decision in which both with Rev. W. S. White, pastor, On Saturday morning Miss A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther will followin
handing out money or land to reward volunteers. The experience with the houses provided substantial Sunday at 8:30: p.m. Betty Middleton, student assist, W. Hamm reporter. ficiating. Interment Branch Cemetery.
military service, the framersof G. I. Bill shows that it would be a majorities. The rights legis- Several persons will speak on ant at Carver Library, will His the immediate survivors include
the bill wisely decided to offer good investment in the future. lation also has the endorse the subject, "Voter Registra.tion" tell the stories. CORRECTIONThe : his wife Mrs. Elizabeth
ment of more than 40 of the on the occasion.All There will be no story hours Pallbearers' Lodge No. Nap oleon
al II nation's 50 governors. interested persons and al.so -next week since the library will 113 meeting set for Tuesday has ,Gainey; Jeanette, Jackson.
Certainly, in the fact of the members- are urged to be be closed on July 3 and 4 in, been postponed until later as :Gainey Mrs. Mary Bell Lynch and Miss

Voice of the new legislation we have a THE CONSERVATIVE: VIEWPOINT 'Sarah Gainey, all New York

People moral question. Do congressmen City; Mrs. Irene Porter and.
and senators who opposed Elijah
Mrs. Beatrice Tuner, city
I the bill, and lost, now A 624-Member Senate? I I Jr., and Elisha Gainey
I ===On The Sun's Opinion Page ask of their constituents that 'Brooker; Mrs. Carrie Taylor.
they accept the decision, or Washington D. C.; sister, Mrs
do they encourage anarchyand By DAVID LAWRENCE Texas, California and Penn bers, and the Senate could be Annie i Ferguson, Ormond
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters WASHINGTON
defiance? Do if
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should mayors Maybe sylvania. A two-thirds vote ofa composed of either 624 members Beach; and brother, leRoy
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ministers, politicians legislatures the ruling just announced by Senate made up in this way or even more, depend Gainey, city.Duncan .
Sun reserves the right to reject .ny letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or editors commentators the Supreme Court of the could be obtained by the votesof ing upon what basic unit of Brothers, morticians.
intent. and lay citizens wish to United States providing for only 18 states. population would be considered are in charge.
The Liberals on a rail? Or front and centeron himself. throw their communities into "one person, one vote" is adequate for each state.
stage? Liberalism seems to thinkit chaos and economic disastersby applied to the federal govern- The principle back of suchan DAVID COOK

Died Smiling Again in The Sun editorial has the world by the tail- allowing and seeking defiance ment, the Senate of the imbalance is recognizedthe THE WHOLE emphasis in Funeral services for D a v i d
December 26, 1962. in discuss- actually it has but a noose of law? This is the United States some day may Supreme Court in its recent the latest Supreme Court ruling Cook of Hawthorne will be heldat
;: EDITOR, Sun: One does ing the investigation of the around its own neck. Many inescapable question.The be composed of 624 senators. ruling on how the districts is on numbers. If a state the Nelson Grove B apt I st
not know whether to laughor Women's Strike for Peace by times it may cry "freedom"with fact of the bill is nota The Supreme Court says in the various state for example, attempted to limit Church Sunday at 1 p.m. with
: cry when viewing the lat- the House Committee on Un- a strong pull on the matter for preaching or that population must be the legislatures shall be com the number of voters on the Rev. R. S. Robinson official
.est production of your fine American Activities, quote tail; yet comes up smilingand admonishing. But it is a fact basis for the apportionment of posed. The Court's theory is basis of intelligence qualifications ing. Interment will follow in
liberal rail toting editorial "We believe it (the Republic) gasping with the noose which demands sober under- state legislatures but defends that population was the only the argument would be the Lochloosa Cemetery.His .
writer when he says "If or will survive even if the tiny drawn a little tighter. Liber- standing. We are a nation of the present imbalance in the basis on which the representative raised that this is a form of immediate survivors include .
:when the Mayor finds a U.S. Communist Party sneaks alism permits the West to be more than 190 million per- national Congress as "tradi system was inaugurated.It discrimination. Nowhere in his wife, Mrs. Sarah Ann
Communist he should call the into the movement. We certainly reconciled to dissolution.Two sons. The bill asks that 170 tional." Yet traditions aren't is difficult to see,however, the recent Supreme Court Cook; children, LeRoy Cook,
name aloud. If the chargebe believe that these ghosts a large one million Americans remove always maintained and the how the Supreme Court can opinion is there any recogni- Mrs. Mable Slater and Mrs.
true, we can all join in women-and all other Amer- and a small one, were readingthe discriminations in the citizen- Supreme Court in many decisions continue to apply the rule to tion of the fact that, althoughthe Elizabeth Jasper, all Haw
!a tar and feather party and icans (Communist included tombstone over the graveof ship status of perhaps 22 million has frequently taken the state leg i slatures without population has grown, thorne; Mrs. Eloiuse Gullie,
*ride the culprit out of town ?) have very right to advo- Western civilization. Rest other citizens. Negroes, the Supreme Court to rewrite seme day feeling obliged to this doesn't necessarily mean Melbourne; Mrs. Alice Mae
-. with the GainesvilleSun cate their views. without intimidation in Peace it died by its persons of Mexican ancestry, liberty of adjusting them to do the same wies respect to that the number of citizens Sheffield and Miss Doro-
: carrying one end of the even if those own hand. Liberalism is the and any smaller minority "the spirit of the times." Congress. The Court has relied with sufficient knowledge to they Mae Cook, Hawthorne;
views should happen to coincide ideology of Western suicide. groups. It should not be too Applying the concept of on the doctrine that citizens vote intelligently on public sister, Mrs. Ida Dania
:railGive us names with what is supposed to "But Daddy," said the lit- difficult for about 170 million "one person, one vote" it must have "equal pro- questions has been correspondingly Lake City; and 27 grandchil
The Sun had best be sure be the current "Moscow line" tle ghost, "Why didn't someone persons to do what is right would be relatively easy for tection of the laws," and that increased. dren.
jt is not unbeknowingly contused -Give us names? tell the West it was committing and just in behalf of about 22 the Supreme Court to rewrite the apportionment must be Members of Congress are Duncan Brothers, morticians,
and straddling the rail To know whether one is a suicide?" million persons who have Article I of the Constitution, on the basis of the actual beginning to hear from back are in charge.
itself before picking up one Communist or not makes lit "Con s e r vatism did try, known, and still know, discrimination which provides for two sena- number of voters so that the home murmurs of real discontent -
:md. For example: In 1963 a tle difference what one son," recalled rather sadly and deprivationof tors for each state. The lan formula of "one person, one over the recent Supreme MRS. CLARA LLOYD BOUIE
real live honest-to-goodness does, and believes, to create the Daddy ghost, "but in citizenship rights.CERTAINLY guage could be interpreted by vote" is made effective. Court decisions which Final rites for Mrs. Clara
ommunist: Party member confusion destory law and the USA the wreckage of the it would the high Court to mean that, TIlE COURT went on to dictate to the States of the Lloyd Bouie, of 425 N.W. 6th St,
wrote the UF Alligator want. order, and promote the cause Constitution was so extensivethat seem, since there is no going while the Constitution intdid- say in connection with state Union how they shall apportion were held today at 1:30 p.m. at
:ng to come to the UF of communism instead of respect and love for God behind the fact that the security ed each state to have not apportionments, that it could representation in both the Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist I It'
yampus and speak. The UF freedom is the issue. was gone honor and patriotism of the nation the welfare less than two senators this "Perceive no constitutional houses of their respectivestate Church with Rev. H. Kinsey of- ,
iightly declined the invitaTion Consider the Marxist Lee for Country faded away of the business and edu- doesn't prevent a state from difference, with respect to legislatures. t'ficiating. Interment followed in r
; but what did the rail- Oswald we don't know for and respect for State individual cational communities, require having more senators especially geographical distribution of APPARENTLY PEOPLE in the Pinegrove Cemetery with
toting Sun Editor have to say sure if he was a Communistor integrity could not sincere efforts at voluntary if population is takenas state legislative representation the farm and rural sectionsare Duncan Brothers, morticians,
:about this? In an editorial not, although he renouncedhis exist; when the conservatives compliance.The the yardstick.UNDER between the two housesof afraid that dominationby in charge.
Sept 25. 1963 "Commies on country to live in Russia realized the disarray and congressional decisionis THE 1960 census. a bicameral state legislature the cities may prove injurious -
2he Campus" Quote "Open- and supported the Fair Play chaos of the land of the free but a beginning. If the voluntary there is an average of about ." It added that the con- to their properties, RAIFORD DULLARD
ly Communist speakers are for Cuba Committee on his and the home of the brave St. Augustine pledgeby 300,000 population in the four cept of a two-house system is and that legislation beneficialto Final rites for Mr. Raiford
I :less objectional thin secret return. This lack of knowledge was beyond repair they diednotastheliberalswith business men can be multiplied least populous states-Alas not rendered meaningless because them which has hitherto Bullard will be held Sunday
:Communists disguised as has little bearing on the a many times, no community ka, Vermont, Wyoming and population is used as been passed by the states will afternoon 1:30 P.M. from the
Something else. Some students fact that what he did broughtthe confident smile on their faces will suffer. Indeed, Nevada. If one add i t ion a I the predominant basis of rep- be discarded if the state leg- New Hope Methodist Church at
might find the Communist nation to its knees in in a senseless suicidebut as the example of many senator is granted in all resentation. The court added: islatures are entirely rebuilt Hawthorne with the Rev. Robert
line attractive and shock and grief. with tears in their yees -of Southern cities has shown, the other states for every 300- "Dif fer e n t constituencies with another system of rep- James officiating.
:swallow it. For many students James Burnham put the a broken heart." compliance produces no 000 of population above the can be represented in the two resentation. It is feared also Mr. Bullard, a former resident -
the surest inoculation the West's dilemma in the Mr. Editor, as kindly as problem but permits pro- initial 300,000 there would bea houses. One body could be that the country will be governed -I of Hawthorne but had
gainst the Communist doctrine fight against communism in possible, we hope you discover gress under sensible condi- total of 624 senators. composed of single-member: by the political machines been living in Tampa for the
is to hear it expounded this light. The liberal's arm communism by pressing tions. A simple majority of the districts while the other could of: a few big cities. past several years died June '
vby a believer. A university cannot strike with consistent the switch of wisdom on The greatest responsibility Senate would then be controlled have at least some multi- Senator Dirksen, Republican 21st in the Fla. State Hospital
j =Campus is one of the safest firmness against communism your searchlight of fact, is upon the political and business by 313 ,votes which could member districts." l leader, has already said following an extended illness.
R places for full exercise of the either domestically or inter- while we still have a little leadership of the South come 'from only 10 states This suggestion could justas publicly that a' constitutional Interments will be made In
traditional freedom of nationally because the liberal time. -but no citizen in any state namely. New York, New Jersey readily be applied to Con amendment may be necessaryto the Hawthorne Cemetery under
I :Speech, dimly feels that in doing so may escape his or her sharet .MassachusettsOhio, gress. The towi, house could clarify the limits of the the direction of Dorsey's Funeral -
J. t Ride the culprit out of town he would somehow wound OBSERVEI t iL Michigan, Illinois, Nevada, continue to have more mem Supreme Court's ruling. Home.

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SMILE! With Art, Buchwald Hollywood Proves It Still


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We Just bought a new house "Well who makes the book- contractors who depend on me Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes' arm dark iltmr1! the butler who was delightfully er.

I and by so doing we have madea ,shelves?" and if I didn't do the work, bookshelves." Jld
By BOSLEY CROWTHER in the sort of eunuch
fey play a
discovery that will shock "Harold does," the manager they would all go out of busi "But he passed away." i The Chalk Garden' I tie
everyone in the United States. replied.We ness." NEW YORK In view of, I to a clutch of chattering fe- ck
'.. "Nobody told me. I don't get
us about the males, is now a serene and
"But surely there must be recently
We have discovered that managed to get Harold's much chance to read the Florida ot-
fate of the old-time "familvpicture" Plays at sentient servant
someone else who has the entirely a
address from the and out
America is a nation of middle man papers, Harold apologi zed. 'er
the latterday
in face of control the
skills necessary to do your kind male quite able to
men and sub-contractors and of curiosity we went to see "Well I can move your order, ito
of work. changes in film content caprices of the females, whenever

that there is only one man in him.Harold "You'd think so, but I can'teven up then." I and audience interest and response -I tional old lady of the Helen I tion is that they have succeeded I he has a mind. He reminds 72-
the entire nation that actually lived on a farm near "When do think I can
you it is and
funny alsojconvenient of Judge
find anyone to help me. I I Hokinson school, still 'a symbolHof admirably. They have made a you a younger
does the work. Delaware.We .
My own son started to helpme get the bookshelves? I that we s h o u 1 dj! old-fashioned less Hardy, as played by gentle ar
thinking 1 film that for all its
found him in barn ,
a large
His name is Harold. but he found it paid betterto Bout April 12, 1978, ifthere's have got almost before our compromising John Mills. A more secure an to
surrounded by lathes machine subtly satiric than in the play. still has character
take orders. So I'm doing it no shipping complications. words were sped a very inter- significance chor to windward a "fami- is
We discovered Harold acci tools, lumber upholstery saws, all alone. You'll have to excuse me; esting, important, well mad e And the granddaughter previously andit.. The old ly picture" could_not have.Ass't. k.
dentally. We had made a call .drills, electrical equipment and that be designed a sample of the youthful -
picture to
"Is the fact that you're the now, I have to fix some lampsfor seems grandmother played by Dame
to a company who had prom- to hit. prodigy in its most fearful I'
presses. only one who does the work in President Harding. It's al 'a happy mean. 'Edith Evans, is a haughty ab-
ised to build us some book I In every corner of the barn rush order." I This is the film that producer Freudian form is now a nice
shelves. We demanded to talk piled high were appliances to the United States the reason I Harding'sI I Ross Hunter and director Ron naughty child with mild complexes -!''surd aristocrat, abominable for i4

to the head man to find out be fixed furniture to be upholstered have to wait" so long for my "Harold." President ald Neame have made from that dissolve easily under 1 being so selfish but rather lOVeable

why they hadn't been delivered. lamps to be rewired,I bookshelves? gone" too. I Enid Bagnold's "The Chalk Gar- the sunshine of genuine love. for other human traits.

He hemmed and hawed for a :cabinets to be repaired, I "I suppose so. Things keep 11a 's a shame. I guess I den," a memorable eccentric
his rugs piling up and I just do the -"n "0 p"f then on the Judge I Similarly the governess whois Hayley Mills hoyden Ish rl
while and finally admitted to be rewoven, desks to be refinished English play.
hired by the grandmother to
didn't make best I can. I still haven't made.Crater order. j granddaughter is an impudent, lt
company actually : and mattresses to be
bookshelves sub- By all that is right and holyin .tend the child and presumably :j mischievous child whom you
the .
they Cold Cutsand
another i the modern cinema critic's i to assist in alienating her from ,,could spank in the first part of Cheese Cut .
contracted the to I I
When walked into the
we i and esthete's book this trans- the mother with whom the i the picture but come to like toward 1 to Order. Also a :
company.We barn Harold was on the phone I lation of Miss Bagnold's liter- I I child wants to be, is a much the end. And the calm, Variety of Salads

called that company who shouting, "But I've only got two I 'A4I. ate frolic should be judged more compassionate woman]level eyed, sententious governess To Go.

said that the work had been hands," and hung up. "Every-I slightly corny and uncouth. Forit than she is in the play a much ,, that Deborah Kerr so

sub-contracted to a companyin body wants everything in a AND ENTERTAINMENT makes a decided departurefrom softer more gentle and kindly j familiarly plays is the sort of

Wisconsin who specialized in hurry. That was a decorator in; .DINING Far Food the vivid characteristicsof person, more in keeping with ,noble creature who seems to
Time. Out Fun And
bookshelves. A call to Wisconsin -Oregon" he said: "She's been Served With Southern Iwjr'rtinj Hospitality! I the play and ends up on a the popular image of the lovable :stand on a pedestal.

revealed that the company waiting on two upholstered, much more mundane level nurse. This is preciselywhat Significant is the 'fact that I

didn't make bookshelves but chairs for six years. Big dealt" which is a heinous offense, of Miss Bagnold intendedher

supplied the wood. "Tell me, Harold" we said, course. governess not to be, since i One Full Pound LUNCH . 65c up

,"is it true you're the only one Wreckers Breaking she was assiduously avoiding I DINNER . SSe up
in the United States who can Where Miss Bagnold regaledus that indulgence of sentiment. KC Sirloin : ALFORD'STOWER
HOUSEHOLDPESTS do with a glitteringly witty account I
of an elderly English Thus you can see the intention '-7.//
"That's what they tell me,", Hollywood Haunts that Hunter Steak $1 9S .a HOUSE
I Up lady's rash endeavors to keep of the changes { :
Harold said, as he took a chew, her frighteningly fanciful grand and Neame have made, ac-
of tobacco. "There was a guy through the devices:
daughter within a sterile garden's complished
in Denver who also did the I By BOB THOMAS grounds for a young reporterwho of script by John Michael
walls, this film tells sub- a Fj .-..
work but he decided to go into AP Moue-Television Writer could drop in almost any stantially the same story with Hayes. They have wanted to THE NO. 1
ARE ON THEPROWL sales I have to do it day and find a host of stars. i
so now HOLLYWOOD (AP) That much more sentiment and con- make "The Chalk Garden" a iATTRACTION I
all alone. I wrecking ball is breaking up There was Bing Crosby sit. spicuously less wit. It replacesfast less opaque dramatic exercise, ,

"But how can you do every- those old haunts of mine. ting on a high stool and croon- sophistication with a more 'one more readily comprehensible AT SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES!

thing by yourself I ing to John Scott Trotter's or- perceptible line of logic and a more obvious "family :.'

DOES YOUR "It isn't easy," he replied. The latest Hollywood land- chestra. Fanny Brice the irre- common sense. picture," you might say.
HOME HAVE "But there are 14,587,908 sub- mark to be attacked by the pressible Baby Snooks. Red And the point of this observe SCHEDULED PERFORMANCES AT 1:10 and 7:10

demolition crews is the NBC Skelton who always did an Now the erratic grandmother, x I"'CEOPENSAT 12:45 and 6:30
/ ROACHESlFLEASl radio studios at Sunset Blvd. aftershow for the studio audi- who was, in the context of the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, -. NO
1 / and Vine St. The familiar pea- ence that was longer than his play, a symbolization of the era IN FLORIDA.IN AND. FOR ALACHUA t PASSES .D StArs J.OO.rot

J / ANTS SEWERSINSTALLED green building is being batteredto broadcastAl of gracious living and stuffy RE: Estate DAVID of ALVIN DAVIES, ..' \ i >.lg..aaRafnEc= : mta*A Stall<

/ TICKS oblivion after a brief quarter- Jolson basking in the renewed -snobbery run rampantly to NOTICE Deceased.TO CREDITORS.All :-j ; lrif;

/ MOTHS century of life. fame .caused by "The weed, is a much more conven- creditors of the Estate of DAVID }P. t. 1j B

Jolson Story''. The Fibber McGee TREASURY DEPARTMENT INTER- ALVIN notified DAVIES and required Deceased to file are any hereby claimor
Florida Pest Control will give The studios are putting up a and Molly crew. Perfectionist NAL REVENUE SERVICE: demands which they may haveagalns' .'
FREE estimate for ESTIMATES built in One 1949 Mercury 4-door Sedan, Identifi- said Estate In the Office of
you a con FREE hard fight. They were
trolling these embarrassing Edgar Bergen, who always cation No. 9CM 154038, will be sold, as is, the County Judge of Alachua County, (t <} A1" -
FINANCING 1933 to last, since the future for treated at public auction to the highest bidderfor Florida In the Courthouse at Gainesville
his dummies with
destructive and disease carrying radio seemed firm and re cash, on open, competitive bids, at Florida, within six (6) calendar
pests. The nominal fee chargefor AVAILABLE network spect. Ozzie and Harriet Nelson Hawes-Powers Motor Company 204 North months from the date of the first t'I_''''-
the Main Street Gainesville, Florida, at publication of this notice. Each claimor .. i
service enduring.
may actuallysave COMPLETE PLUMBING and their two sons, who stoodon 10:00 a.m.. July 6, 1964 pursuant to for. demand must be In writing and 4 Adults $1.25 Children ., '
you money. boxes the feiture under 26 U.S.C.. Section 7325. must state the place of residence and ':;\ O SOc
SERVICE to reach micro-
What memories those halls Right reserved to reject any and all bies, post office address of the claimant >
DIAL FR hold. They were happy hunting phone. Phil Harris and Alice to declare "no sale" and to readvertise and must be sworn to by the claimant,
the property for sale. Marvin H. Dunn, his agent. or his attorney, or It will .
GATORPLUMBING Faye, Oscar Levant, Jack Benny Supevlsor In Charge, Alcohol and Tobacco become void according to law.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Lum and "One Tax Division, 333 U. S. Courthouseand -s- Helen K. Davies
6-2661 Abner
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Post Office Building Jacksonville, Helen K. Davies as .
Pursuant to Section 845.09, Florida Man's Family," etc.,,etc. Florida. Executrix of the Estate of -
(3442) < J&
: David Alvin Davies. Pi.
Statutes notice Is hereby given that 1:27-3:27-
Meredith Willson a longtime (3435) <:19,26: 7:3.10 NOW
R. L CHAFFIN doing
he undersigned. IN
business under the firm name of habitue of NBC Sunset, was AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORT LiJ $:27 7:27 9:27
T4Ya 2t 901 WACDO RD. 36 UNITED MciNTOSH CONSTRUCTION Fla. and CO.2419 P.NE O. BOX 10th talking about the place the other Notice IDA IN of PROBATE intention to make applicationfor Hii ii 111imimm ::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:':':;;: j
-- Phone 372-4657 TERRACE. Gainesville. Alachua County day. final discharge. UNIVERSAL
FlorIda. Intends to register said fictitious In the matter of the Estate of CITY STUDIOS iyIey's'a mmm
of the afore- "I drove the old
name under the provisions by buildingthe ALBERTA J. GERDINE. deceased
said Dated Statute.at Gainesville Florida this It. other day," he sighed, "andI Notice is hereby, given that Ruth J. rebel mmm
Glover Executrix has filed her Final :: a v.rt
I '
day of June, A.D..1964.R. couldn't look at what they Account and Petition for Final! Discharge 'imi
L CHAFFIN as Executrix of the Estate of :::, ..'tf. :::::
(3437) ':19, 26 7:3. 10 to it I had to turn ff a streak of imp!
: were doing ; Alberta J. Gerdine Decased: that on buyBESI m 'V }' :::::
the 20th day of July A. D. 1944, at the
head. It's too sad to that m' mgWf
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER my see hour of 2 o'clock P. M., she will applyto r '
FICTITIOUS NAME the Honorable H. H. MacDonald.
place go.U
Pursuant to Section 86309. Florida County Judge of Alachua County, Flor- # mil
Statutes. notice Is hereby given that the ida, for approval of said Final Account DEBORAH KERR
Notice ef Intention te Register fictitious
undersigned C. M. CANNON and JAMESB. Name and for Final Discharge as Executrixof ........ ..........
MCCARTHY doing business under Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Statutes the Estate of Alberta J. Gerdine De m: -, :::::
the firm name of FRANK'S T. V. SERVo
DINING [ Avenue, notice Is hereby given that the undersigned ceased. ::::. ., :::::
ICE. 1700 JOHN T. PITTMAN, doing This 23rd day of June A. D. 1964. HAYLEY
Florida In-
Gainesville Alachua County. 720 S. Atlantic Avenue Daytona iHH .R HHm
business under the firm name of THEJ :
jfeDANCING tends to register said fictitious name under J. SANFORD CO.. 703 NE First St.. Beach, Florida. Executrix of the Contact F '
me today
of the aforesaid Stat- i
the provisions Gainesville Fla., Gainesville, Alachua Estate of Alberta J. Gerdine /< .;. 1mmg
Deceased. MILLS
ute.Dated at Gainesville, Florida this 25th County, Florida Intends to register said (3447) ':2i: 7:3. 10, 17 117 N.E. v JOHN ggm
day of June. A.D.. 1964.C. fictitious name under the provisions of
UmversityInn COCKTAILS'' M. CANNONR. the aforesaid Statute :"
G. Justiss Dated at Gainesville Florida, this 2nd x>' 16th Are. r y IN ROSS HUNTER'SPRODUCTION mgmL
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I DeVs Fourth walked and Bill White singled. .d 3y R:A T3a. 4.. iu

Groat's hit added the insurance

:. Hit in 13th run.Bob Aspromonte drove in Gators Get$67,5Y9.01

both Houston runs with a pop ,c .
fly double in the second inning R

Does It 2.1 and a homer in the sixth. IAk

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By HAL BOCK ". ." .TITr 1( ItvU"M" ,1V.

Associated Press Sports Writer f;'-! -* (wi'fff"... ',"... ':XN wt \ 1
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Sandy Koufax set, his record n. X"lflf ; '!' ':., 4< ,,. : a \A7iji77(

but the 35,930 Candestick Park n", 'rt4 :. .
.. : t .<' .. .f.,1ti: ::w., ; -
<1 4' t1. v;;
fans who saw him do it proba- ; 1f4 ,...; ,...,; ,/ In SEC SwagBIRMINGHAM x. I Ivmr
bly will f'J
remember Del Cran- fN'jt"f.M '<< Aoj( "t

dall's performance a lot longer. ;.,,'fti .' 4 W. Wf.oy j'i> :f#.;!,>.i"/. ,.
t J'mr ./
Koufax has struck out 10 or (

more batters in a game 54 .;...v-p-t,'. },, rf j.: ,,. ft...@t"'<:<

times before, but how many i L t.1'7"/: lA1" ;t 4r4j Ala. (AP) games amounted to $103,257.55.

times has Crandall had four hits'I : Commissioner Bernie Moore an- Moore said that the surplus returned -

in a game? \ f tt; lVftJ nounced today that the South- to the schools after operating

It was the veteran catcher's b .L"". ,"\. .).4,"61::",f.y ttM ui eastern Conference is distributing expenses of the com-
'I: H--- "" xJ"! z' F a.a i
fourth safety of the night that tJ. -; : 'w. ,'' '' \
missioner's office for 1963-64
'I t.1.t t 661942.60 among the twelve x. '!;
broke up a 13-inning pldtime /.4"&j .,' amounted
; .,lJ;,,",'''11'i. institutions which comprised the were paid to $60,000.
Giant Dodger donnybrook "" "" Jf.
>> Florida and
{ t. ;; 1 t, ,<, } ,a1 SEC for the school year of 1963- Georgia
Thursday night and gave San T IS'!: # U:41:k t ft. :t 64. opened the NCAA-TV series on
Francisco 2-1 .I" -. ........ l-t',
; a squeeked over "'; ,r.w. Q. Sept. 14, and produced $236-
;: .'Ca I1) ;t' .",,:, _____ __ .. .. .
Los Angeles. y:!! ,:' e' ,i .r ; .. t1:, tijp -: The monies were derived from 175.40 for this general distribu- ; *' :> "" --J'j.4. 1... '!o- _-t .." :J..T't

"Crandall, ,acquired from Milwaukee :< :' %:....j..:>i' ,,,. ijr" ij\/: }, A participation in the 1963 NCAA tion, Moore said. LSU and Mis- Club TeamOn
>'i "" '* Country Diving
last winter, deliveredthe j.:1: ''j .. ;;( f t program of televised football sissippi came on Nov. 2, adding

key blow in the final inning :< games, from the bowl games of 14447774. Alabama closed it
after hits by Willie Mays :" 1.'},,:. '1/' .if./< ,/, ,',' Jan. 1,.1964, and from a surplusin with Miami Dec. 7, and the the high board, from left, are Mark Montgomery, Jeff Montgomery, Cindy Clardy and Carol Hanes.

and Orlando Cepeda and an intentional ' ;(..\Y" "".... 'U'\ .\rtfl, ; :.i .:'" the operating expenses of thecommissioner's I'Bama share brought $118,131.91more. Boys on the low board, from left, are Whit Courtney, John Clardy, Mike Sloan, Sandy Stringfellow and

walk to Jim Ray Hart :'" "tff..*: > ,t\.........J", ... ; ,"'.''*"",' ;iY. oJfice. Coach Bill Harlan. Girls on the low board, from lef t, are Leslie Sloan, Pan :Moore and Dixie Cox. Tommy

had loaded the bases. P' *..! '"<"Z' "' lU1'I : and Joe Smith were absent when the picture was taken. (Sun photo).

.188 Average i Fri.. June 26. '64M.PI.. 6 :fA Five SEC teams participatedin The Alabama-Ole Miss Sugar
d I_, the NCAA TV schedule aired
"' Bowl
t. 1"f. game brought $55,000 into
Crandall batting .188 going ( 4i
\:.. E\ .._-' by the Columbia Broadcasting the funds, while Auburn brought
into the cracked his
game hit off NateSliver's system, and of the $534,954.45 $48,257.55 from the Orange
game-ending Barber Returns Form
received from the program, Bowl. to
glove as Cepeda'scam. I SPORTSON
pered across with the winning $498,684.05 is being distributed The money has already been ,
on a basis of two shares for the distributed to the various

4 TVSATURDAY participating teams and one schools
Th run.Four innings earlier Koufax by conference check.

had broken the mark he shared share for the other schools. The amount each received was

with Rube Waddell and Bob Three SEC teams played in Alabama $57,243.56; Auburn $46. Orioles Yanks Again

{ Feller, by reaching the !Cx>r- 12:30 O Baseball Tigers vs bowl games which paid in ex- 269.44; Florida 67519.01; Georgia Clip

more strikeout plateau for the: Yankees. cess of $100,000 to participating $50,656.49; Georgia Tech

55th time in his career. 1:30 ODD Baseball White schools and after the regular $67,519.01; Kentucky $50,656.49;

The Dodgers got their first: Sox vs. Twins. I 25 per cent assessment by the LSU 477.32$60,977.32; Mississippi State $58- By DICK COUCH Thursday night in a 3-1 verdict Angeles Angels captured their fourth straight victory with the
4:00 D Wrestling ; Mississippi $50-
third homer :
run on Ron Fairly's conference, the excess on these 656.49 Tennessee Associated Press Sports Writer over the Yankees had all the ninth in a row, nipping Kansas aid of Dan 0. .. 4 .,
of the in the seventh. 5:30 O NBC Sports Special ; $50,656.49; Tu-
year earmarks of a return to 1963 City 4-3, and climbed into a three-inning relief stint.
Highlights of the AAU lane $50,656.49; Vanderbilt $50,- the chair
San Francisco tied it on Mays' Dust off first boys
form. sixth-place tie with idle Boston.
Veterans Jim Piersall and Vic
walk and steal of second and Wrestling Championship, Changes Due -Baltimore's fanciest Barber is Cleveland overpowered Minne-

Tom Haller's pinch single in taped last night at the back in business! The southpaw's effort, coupled Power 'each delivered runs in'
sota 8-1 in the only other AL
the eighth.In New York World's Fair. In Softball Post 16 Host with home runs by Boog Powell the Angels' three-run third in,
Steve Barber who bossed the game scheduled. ning. Bill Bryan hit 'a solo
other National League 9:30 O All-America Football and Brooks Robinson, gave the ,

,J games Pittsburgh whip p e d Game Orioles' pitching corps a year Orioles a sweep of the three- Homer For Pep homer for the A's, who scored

I New York for the 11th time in (Special) The fourth An- SchedulingSeveral To Palatka, ago with a 20.13 mark, can count game series and stretched their Barber's scissors slipped once twice in the top of the, sixth, to

,. 13 meetings, 8-1, and St. Louis I nual American Football his 1964 victories on one band. American League lead over the against the Yanks. Joe Pepitoneled I tie it.Max.

rallied for three runs in the Coaches' All America changes have been Starke Nines But the three-hit, ninestrikeouttrim Yanks to 2Va games.A off the third inning with his' Alvis crashed his third

'. eighth inning to whip Houston Stadium in Buffalo, N. Y. made in local softball activity job he did on New York ninth homer. But Powell's 16th homer in two games and Jack

42. SUNDAY next week Carol Lanoux, Gainesville American Legion .m month ago, Barber was still' circuit-his third in the series- Kralick won his eighth game in

12:15 O Baseball assistant recreation director, Post 16 looking for his first victory. He 10 decisions as the Indians
Two For Lynch Tigers vs. will play a pair of home and Robinson's eighth, both off

Jerry Lynch hammered two Yankees. said today. games tonight and tomorrow had started five games, finishednone loser Jim Bouton, gave Barber cuffed former teammate Mud-

homers and Bill Mazeroski had 1:30 O Baseball-White Sox 3 at Harris Field. and was laboring with a!: all the runs he needed before cat Grant. Kralick collected
The Friday night, July I sore arm and a 6.63 earned three hits and combined with re
one as the Pirates piled up an vs. Twins. fU.1. 36,369 fans, largest Baltimore
has 1
early lead against the Mets. 4:00 0 Cleveland Open- Church League program Post 16 will face Palatka at average. crowd of the season. liever Don McMahon for a
been postponed until Monday,
7:30 tonight and will battle three-hitter.
it Golf. Final round actionin
attack '
The 13-hit made easy
July 20, so as to permit play. Starke at the same time tomorrow -; ImprovingNow I Bob Rodgers' sixth-Inning single Larry Brown also homered for
for Joe Gibbon, who fired a the $110,000 Open. he's 4-4 with two
i ers on those teams to have the night. scored Bob Perry, snappinga Cleveland and Dick Howser
fourhitter.Ron 5:00 QCBS Sports Spectacular in his last three
Hunt had two hits for the entire holiday weekend free. Coach Wesley Dicks said. y starts complete and games a 3.79 ERA. His left 3-3 deadlock: at Los Angelesand went 3-for-5. The Twins' Bob

Mets and scored their only run. Highlights of the World Business League games have Wayne Rick will hurl against' arm is healthy again, which is extending the longest win- Allison stretched his hitting
ning streak in to 15 with fourth-
Angel history. string a
It was New York's fifth straight Professional Outdoor DivIng been rescheduled for next Wed Palatka and Ed Pavelka will more than can be said for the games

i loss and 13th in the last 14 Championships, taped nesday. On Field No.1, How toss against Starke. I ; Axq Yankees' image. I Fred Newman reccrded his inning double. 4

games. two weeks ago ard's TV will meet Post Of- Other Post 16 players will 4r'b v i

Ken Boyer and Dick Groat NEXT FRIDAY fice at 7:30 and Sunnyland be Mike Gibson, shortst op;! They came into Baltimore on _= s- 1

cracked eighth inning doublesto 7:30 O Olympic Trials Packing takes on Med Studentsat Jack Eckdahl, first base; Ricky a five-game win skein and left; = : ,

drive in the three Cardinalruns (Special) Trackandfieldtrials 9. Guenther, catcher; Pete: C with their heads shaved. Manager -

as St. Louis rallied to beat, for the Summer Roberts, right field; Brian Yogi Berra, however, was un J

\ Bob Bruce. Boyer's twarun Olympics are seen live On Field No. 2, Smith Sin- Hipp, second base; Tommy ruffled.

\ I" shot came after Curt Flood and on tape. clair will play CWA at 7:30 Simmons, third base; and either "We're one game behind (In
I Gas will battle the loss column) with 98 to
t and Gainesville Dale Turlington, John I 1
I, Livestock at 9. STEVE BARBER play," he purred.
Gainesville Combs or Jim Culpepper in left
Skill Diving, .his arm's sound again While the Orioles were mistreating
NL Boxes, and center field.NATIONAL .
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. f< -: WON'T PLAY_ ______SOUTH_____.______ ___ .ack Cnc GeiBerger Leads 64
., GOLF on

Russian Tennis' Hlr17NGONG/ IROIISt A In Fast Cleveland OpenBy

Withdraw at Nt: MAJORITY oft. FRITZ HOWELL getting Into the, act. were Tony Lema, winner of two

f I'tAveRS 1111'ntg tDNG1IK'ON&WHO Mt- Associated Press Sports Writer The tourist put on quite a of the last three tournaments,
} !
By BOB WATTS Communist ,players refuse to -= OF MAKETH POLJN IN6 MISTAKB GOWN lian-born Jim Ferrier, a world show Thursday in the opening and long-hitting George Bayer.
Associated Press Writer play with South Africans be- _c I-He 5401.Oc golf tourist for a quarter-cen- round here and old man par-i Defending champion Arnold
t.BLEDON cause of apartheid. wishes he had had crackat he's 71-took a beating. Sixty-' Palmer was in an eight-way tie
tury a
England (AP) Politics hit Wimbledon tennis 1ENr, rAKINCvROGESSrHeY Ir 1146DIVOt some of the present-day three of the 159 starters broke I for eighth with 67, and Jack
Officials at aristocratic Wim- Cor'the its while in his par, 22 others matched it, and: Nicklaus was in a 10-way dead
first time in 78'years purses prime.
bledr which prides itself on errHgR 91OP'tNE only one amateur soared as lock for 16th with 68. Other hotshots -
IN-MB Now only from
t Thursday when Russia's No. 2 Gt.lJ6 a year away
being the world's best-run tournament GROUND; OR IrItA" high as 80. were scattered all over
the, mark
half-century genial
scratched from the men's singles
were wondering today after refusing to meet South nis ''"' -rH g BALL." Jim figures he could have madea Al Geiberger, the 26-year-old the board as they headed intotoday's
just vhat to do if any more lot of with the Californian birdied second round of the 72-
African Abe Segal 'in a, third- money more six of the
round match because of South the than 20 tournaments he has won last 10 holes to take the lead hole four-day test.

Stable Shomo Africa's racial policies., since 1944. He picked up only with a 64 over the 6,821-yard Indications were that sub-par
$3,500 as first prize for winningthe par-71 Highland Park
This shock withdrawal was municipal totals would be necessary to
followed e7f PGA Championship in 1947,, layout, and his edge was a sin- stay in the fight as the field is
Fight :closely by Hungarian bc ? but last Jack Nicklaus gle stroke. On his !
Tonight year re- heels with 65 cut to 90 at the halfway mark.
Istvan Gulyas pulling out of the ceived $13,000 for the same
NEW YORK CAP) One men's doubles in which,he was -' I chore.
observers used to to have partnered Segal. Ferrier who didn't help his
Jose Stable was Now Wimbledon officials are hopes or financial situation
he take a punch." wondering if another player, the Thursday with an opening 76 in THE s
not so 'sure' since Mrs. Suzi Kormoczy of Hun- the $100,000 Cleveland Open-
welterweight conn gary, will. withdraw from the only six of the field of 159 fin-
a broken jaw doubles first-round match in ished-back of him-sees a big
in a 'm workout with one which she is scheduled to play t fiscal future for the golfing ALL
you MUST SWEEP-me e&u. WJ1'Un.I I?
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third a Long welter contenders Heather, and Carol Prosen of ,. (-THEN, GtROUNI7..Ie CONTINUEJWROU&H) WILL WWWOLir&6 eettEfc t is worth $50,000 or more
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fights, ills have his choppers One Wimbledon 'official said: the total purses were $562,000and
tested onight by streaking 'To keep political propagandaout oJIIQC neew ta..A.per.-- last year they were over $2
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televis to-rounder at Madi- should insist that a playercan "In the first America tourna GAMEAn
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Brings. Suns Wiii

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t.'. .. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS inning to down Atlanta art! gaina

of Fancy Records r If Jacksonville has to have a split in the four g.m/e, ser-

. key to success for its first place ies. The blow came oft! starter

ranking in the International and loser Pete Cimino

: 3S>ui V ark Simm Wilson, the only person ever to vault his age. He is just 16. rx .M (a League it's probably runs, and Down 2-0 in the founn .Roch-

ARTHUR DALEY None has the flawless form of remarkable consistency of 3 Pr most notably, home runs. ester rallied on Joe A r.belli'shome

I By Cornelius Warmerdam, the first of the 15-footers. But each_ The key Thursday night was run. Then behind 4-3 in
NEW YORK They fly through the air in the greatest -
I has something more important going for him, the fiberglasspole. .* M Joe Morgan. His grand slam the sixth the Red Wings struck
of roles the daring men on the fiberglass poles.
j young
It took this synthetic slingshot to transform the event > home run in the first inning off again on Dave Johnson'.second
going higher and higher in ever increasing num
They keep
else and the rate of Paul Foytack gave the Suns all
from what it once was to something triple of the game pit: a wild
track and field
bers. One meet alone, the national champion
Athletic Union progress proves how revolutionary the impact has been. t. .= the margin they needed pitch which sent him nfme.wir .
ships of the Amateur at Rutgers Saturdayand T
Vaulters required 22 years to advance the record from 15 i j Morgan wasn't content. He got
Sunday, already has drawn an astonishing 'number of {
feet to 16. But with the fiber-glass pole flinging them up- 1 s! two more hits, and the last
16 footers. The latest head count of such aerial acrobatson '
wards they zoomed an extra foot from 16 to 17 in much Fc one, a double, drove in twomore
the premises now totals 17.
less than 22 months. Nor is the end near. It's quite possible runs to give the league-
better illustrates the calibre of
Perhaps nothing performersat YOURAT
-maybe it's even probable that a new world record in leaders a 10-3 victory over Sy-
the national than this one .startling fact. What's more,
the vault will emerge from the great track and field showat racuse.In .
two of the fancy flyers, Fred Hansen and John Pennel, have this weekend. other action, Columbus
.1 cleared 17 feet and the most unusual operative in the entire Rutgers blanked Buffalo 4-0 and Rochester -

: group unquestionably is a California schoolboy named Paul nipped Atlanta 54. Toronto

Much at StakeAs and Richmond were not sched

Fire GetsWel'Ear.ned a matter- of fact, much will emerge from this meet. S uled.Two other Jacksonville players I

Dept. To each winner will go the cherished national championshipmedal. 4 St went 3-for-S to back up Mor-

The first two in each event will gain places on the 1, gan. Jack Damaska hit a homer -;: h
t L American team which will meet the Soviet Union in the great in the third for one of his': THE
international dual meet at Los Angeles a month hence. To ; ,1t
Win I three and Mike Shannon got
six men in each event will go qualifying berths in Ameri three safeties, including a run- GAS WEffi

ca's final Olympic tryouts on Randalls Island (New York producing triple in the seventh'I Y
City) the following Friday and Saturday. '
and ein the
3 ,ya singl
Fire Department pushed overa Shelton Parker gave up only There are certain exceptions to this blanket statement, how. nintn. ,

run in the,top of the sixth to two hits and the Firemen won ever. A slew of foreigners will be shooting at titles and none While the Suns raked the

gain a well -, played 2.1 victory the game when Springfield hom- will be eligible either for the match with Russia or for the << Chiefs for 14 hits, Larry Jaster
Olympic tryouts. Some American citizens already have qualified '., c v
over Sudden Service Oil Co. in ered. allowed Syracuse five hits in

1 Western League at Lit- o for the tryouts through the championships of the National Bit Hurts winning his second game of the
a game Gainesville Shopping Center Litter
servies. Every
Collegiate Athletic Association or of the armed He needed relief! from
tlewood yesterday. blanked Life Underwriters 5-0 in
No double qualification is permitted. Hence lower rankingmen Bob
Humphreys, who came on
a Rebel loop fray at City Park. 'will be advanced to replace each ineligible man in all Keep our out-of-doors scenery natural looking, in the seventh and \ \
gave up
Todd Rainsberger had three categories.It that is, uncluttered with litter. This photo shows three hits. SPECIA: -
Budweiser hits and pitched a fine game, lure of Soviet Union that has tin and aluminumpie more
is the the meet with the litter (cellophane wrapper, can, Don Carwell turned in a five- BRAKESRELINED
giving only three safeties. The brought together what may be the finest field these ancient plate) on the east shore of Xewnans Lake. (Sun hitter and became the first

ScoreOn winners got two runs in the championships ever have had. Many athletes have broken photo by Glenn Stokes) pitcher to blank Buffalo this

Wings fourth and three more in the away from the reluctant grasp of he NCAA, which would year. The Jet right hander did I
fifth. prefer to boycott the AAU show. with I 95
not allow a Bison runner past I Bended 1 "
Shutouts Gainesville Building Trades One late entrant is Gayle Hopkins of Arizona, the third Race second base in winning his first' Lining .

I scored 10 runs in the first inning longest broad jumper in history with 26 feet 9% inches. Only Wide-Open of the year against one loss. 'I Ford-PlYMouth-Ch ei.-Ro m bier!

\ and coasted to a 14-1 verdict Igor Ter-Ovaneskyan of the Soviet Union and Ralph Boston, Rochester kept fighting back i
Budweiser loser of only one over University City Lionsin the Olympic champion from the U.S., have gone further at and capitalized on Lc-a Jack-!I

game in City League date softball an American game at Fin- 27-plus. Hopkins will get a whack at his American rival in Seen son's home run in the seventh I
play this season to ley. John Fuller and Bobby Tuc- New Brunswick and probably at both in Los Angeles.Six at DaytonaDAYTONA
rolled along last night with a 4- men in this meet have done better than 7 feet in the

0 verdict over Guy Cleveland Life Urtrwrtters REBEL LEAGUE shopping Center high jump, an item that barely rates mention. World record.
Construction Co. The victory abrh abrh holders are virtually a dime a dozen from Bob Hayes in the BEACH Own i A crowd of 45,000 is expectedto Joe Balog'sI

boosted Bud's mark to 18-1 for Hall Wilson cf p 300 101 Large Rafferty p ss 302 211 sprint to Al Oerter in the discus. ers, drivers and mechanics of be in the stands and infield I I 475 FEB'63 Form' 30 s
the year. Long ss 101 J. Mead. Ib 311 the late model stock cars entered when the Firecracker gets un- 854 In i
Barwlch Ib 300 Stuart cf 211 High
Gainesville Wings blanked Hunt 3b 2 0 1 T. R'br'gr 3b 3 1 3 in the sixth running of derway at 10 a.m. on the 4th. MUFFLERS
Wilson c 2 0 0 D. Mead c 310 of MilersThis
the "Firecracker 400" at
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Schlitz in the other game Harrell 2b 200 Revell rf 300 GUARANTEED FOR
Pepin rf 100 Cooper If 200 International Speedwayon Classic i '
played, 2-0, as Lynn Doverspikegave Duncan If lOG. R' r'gr 2b 1 0 0 Loop THE LIFE OF +tAR'
is meet that would leave Fred Schmertz the archi-
just two singles. Weems cf 200 Stringer 2b 100 a July 4, predict a toss-up e one
Veteran Bill McGee did the Henry Prescott If 2b 200 100 tect of the Wanamaker Mile, drooling in his milk shake. The battle among the four top. Joe Balog rolled his first 800 INSTALLED While U W.it
Totals 23 0 Tetals 23 S t Olympic distance of 1,500 meters will prevail at Rutgers instead makes. Non Transferable{
set of his career to lead the
for Budweiser giving
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of the actual mile but that cannot make the Spurs
only two safeties, both hopping Center 100 Ux-a slightest "There is so little differencein Classic League at Palm Lanes INSTANT CREDITTo
difference. the speed of the cars now,
his week on a fine 854 effort. 01 l
singles. AMERICAN LEAGUE Holders of No fc*
C-vtUe .''eIf. Trade Univ. City Dens Among the starters will be the eight men who ran the Richard Petty says, "that luck, Balogh had games of 203-236- Credit Cords I'
Budweiser won it in the first abrb abrh extraordinary mile at Compton a few weeks ago all under I and pit stops probably will de- 1-Run WinsHIGH 215200.
Strack e 321 Bla'g'me If 300
inning on a single by Bill Lee 1I-p 230 Dresner If 100Tucker four minutes. They are Dyrol Burleson, Tom OTTara, Archie I cide the winner. We had the Hank Whilm hit his third '

Campbell triple by Billy Night Fuller 1t rf-p 41 423:2 Ellis Brill rt 2b 300 200 San Romani, Morgan Groth Jim Grelle Bob Day, Cary edge on the others with our SPRINGS The Reb- career 800 with 830 on 207-198-! GAS
and outfield error which pro- Peg anini 3b 0 0 0 Vidal rt 100 Weisiger and Jim Ryun. In addition will be three others from Plymouths in the 500 last Feb- els t>n the verge of winning 232193. Wendel Locklear
Jenkins 3b 110 Dees 31 1 came
duced two runs. Two more came Cross ssPhilpot 31 1 Dunkle ss-p c 200 the NCAA 1,500 who did the equivalent of a four minute ruary, but that gap has been their first game of the seasonin with his initial 800 series
over in the third on hits by Sam If If 020 Anderson cf200Adkln'sn 100 100 mile-John Camien, Ben Tucker and Robin Lingle. closed." the High Springs Softball up as
Labelle cf he topped 218-219-lfi2-201-820.
Smith, Gene Bitch and Bob Er- Cowart cf 110 Ben'ea p-ss 201 The renewal of the duels between Burelson and O'Hara Ford, which will field a six- loop, couldn't hold an 11-4 leadin And I WELlGOODYEAR
cf 100 Martin 3b 201 Shuford Cagle, over 900
Stringer .
win.Wings' Morgan 2b 1 1 1 Hipp Ib 100 should be worth the price of admission all by itself. Six times man factory team headed by the final inning and succumbed twice this season for four

winning runs came in Crevasse Potter 2b M 000 000 the little, redheaded O'Hara has taken a shot at Burlesonand A. J. Foyt and Fred Lorenzen, to an eight-run outburst by games, totaled 810 on 182.203 i i '

the second on singles by Jim Totals. 22 14 ..Telals 2213 he hasn't beaten him yet even though the big Oregonianhas believes that Lorenzen's six North Florida Telephone Co. had TIRE CENTERi
Lions 011000- 1 214-211. Jim Pace a 791. I
Goodson and Mac Gornton and G. L T. cum OIX-1 a distaste for running one fraction faster than he has straight wins at major tracksis and bowed, 1211. !
in the sixth on a triple by Don proof that the Fords now are Spurs handed Carlon Productsa High single game was Ba.logh's 114 N.W 13th iT.
236 while Whilm's Won
Fulton and error. Chuck Abrams Fire Department Sudden Service two wheeled into the homestretch together in Moscow capable of staying gfong with 5-4 setback with two runs in ders had a 2369 series and Team Phone 372-14tt.)
and Goodson had two hits each. abrhE. lit 300 r last July in the dual meet with the Soviet Union. Burleson the Plymouths and Dodges. the final inning doing the trick. I
P. Parker :31 0 Kelly No. 10 a 626 high game.
Wings 010 001 0-2 7 Spr-fld 31 1 Shelton 3 01 glanced back and the Russians were so far behind they hardly And the Mercurys are every Roy Floyd homered for the

Schlitz 000 000 0-0 2 Clardy R. Parker 200 200 Sapp Slaughter 300 200 were in sight. bit as fast as the Fordssomesay Rebels who got only three Dine With Your Gracious Host

Doverspike and Daughtery, MllllcanDunkins 200 200 Adams Beard 21 200 1 "We have 'em, Tom," gasped Burleson, "Let's ease up." a little faster. hits but capitalized on walks COMPLETE LUNCHEON S

Johnson; Lester and Powell Marder 0 0 0 Wolfson 200 "Nothing doing," said the indomitable O'Hara.He The cars and drivers for the and errors to forge the big 11-4 TOMORROW'S
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Guy Cleveland 000 (000)( 0-0 2 Davis Brogdon 201L00 100 Yates 000 chased Burleson all the way to the wire and finished "Firecracker 400" will be at lead before caving in. The Baked Beef

Budweiser 202 000 x-4 5 White Totals 20 100 2 2 Crenshaw Totals 21 200 1 2 two feet behind. Burleson was timed in 3:41. Since the arbitrary the Speedway next Tuesday for winners got a dozen blows withLamar rf and Macaroni

Brambrouch and Leon; McGee Fire Department 100. 001- figure of 17 seconds is supposed to represent the difference technical inspection, and prac- Hines getting a double Buttered
and Erwin. Sudden Service 1* 000- between 1,500 meters and a mile, this was the equivalent tice will begin on Wednesday.On and homer and Boyette pick hi Spinach

of a'3:58 mile. Thursday there will be ing up three singles. f Mexican Slaw

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Northwest Uth street thence run West 350 feet to Manhole t6. 6026-G. NW 14th Street from Its Intersect with NW 31st Avenue to Its Inter. 2. M. E. (k Eudora Hoover .2f..t-20,. Beg .t NW OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
L I. Northwest 14th Street. from Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue section with NW 2tth Lane. cor or Blk R Sun- 1. C. K. .. Marie Hammon 29-9-20. Com. at SW *
h Ih Intersection I with Northwest 33rd Avenue; crest P8 B-t00 run corner of SWU, run V

R la Northwest 33rd Its intersection WIth NorthWMt 14th Total length of line 500.00 ft. <. W to hlwiV S 242.s' E N 38 mln E 6624 ft *-

Street to Its ers Ar.vrorJst;: : 13th Street; Total front footage 1136.60 ft. .. .. to SW cor of Bit S 89 deg. 26 mln.

L ii Northwest 32nd Avenue. from Its Intersection with Nortttwest 14th street Front footage assessed "'.60 ft. R N to Beg 'less W10VLLot1LW 52.3 ft to POB S 89

to Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street; Assessment per front Ft. S 3.00 < "" deg 26 min E 1271.4 ..-

1..11 Northwest 31st Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 14th Total Assessment S2.9f5.80WEST of Lot S Blk R Sun NN3lminE341.2ft .
Street to Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street; crest PI B-1001essLo14 S 89 deg 26 min E e
a..11t Nlrt1twnt 14t" Strut from Its intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue- ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO A WK of UftN34m F

to Its Intersection with Northwest 29th Lane; NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED '. Lot S. 15.00 37S.00 E $7.$ ft N 89 deg 26 JT

7..111 Nortllwllt 34tll Read from Its Intersection with Northwest. 14th Street 1. E. W. t Emma Burch Magnolia Park PB Suncrest PB 8.100BikRLot minW2lftN34mtnE242.ftN11'2.

to Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street C-58 Lots 1, 2. X & 3. Erwin ft Dorothy Slabaugh IAW'h .

Il I a Northwest 4fh Plec. from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Streets 11. 1 342.15 1,024.45 of Lot S 12.30 246.90 deg 26 min E 29 riN3deg49minE
ts intersection with Northwest 12th Terrace; not
2. C A. Powell Park PB
,. lit Northwest '*" Terrace from its Intersection with Northwest 34th 10. Blk 1 106.01 311.24 4. J. M. ft Mary Kelly Suncest PB 8100EVslotS&LotS 652.7 ft N 89 deg 26

Place to Its Intersection with Northwest 30th Avenue Streetto 3. R. J. 1 Betty Foers' Magnolia Park. PB Ilk R 79.90 239.70 mInW462.6ftS34min
10..la Nertllwest 23rd Avenue. from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th
Btk 1 126.07 311.21 W 296.7 ft N 81
C-58 Lot 12, 8-100
suncrest P8
Its Intersection with Northwest 12th Terrace; S. T. J. ft Clarke Collins
42 min W 1064
from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street Lot 5. Blk 0 60.00 110.00 deg 't
11..In Northwest list Avenue
to Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 6. L B. ft I lona Daughtry Sunuesi :BOBI 00 tfN51deg26min
E. W. & Emma 6o.DO
from Its intersection with Northwest 13th Streetto 1. Burch Magnolia Park PB Lot 6. 110.00 -
12. in Northwest 30th Avenue
311.54Magnlia 209 ft S 38 mln W
C-58 Lot 8, Blk 2 106.01
Its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 7 G. E. ft eSt
13. I la Northwest 2fth Place from its Intersection with Northwest tth Streetto 2. Byron M. Reber Jr. Park PB Mary Squires Lets L I.8BIk0 I 1 120.00 360.00 123X5 ft ft I acre OR
C-58 Lot 7 Blk 2 106.08 318.24 29-137 includes ttie-
Northwest 7th Terrace; .
Its Intersection with .. Sadie L. Wilson
14..In Northwest 2tt Place from I Its Intersection with Northwest .9th Street 3. Forest S. Hillyard Magnolia Park. PB Sunerstglkit0 60.00 110.00 atre property 454.60 1.369.10 .
C-58 Lot 6. Blk 2 106 07 318.21
run 400 feet West; -
16. In Northwest 35th Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Streetto 4. Ernest Tew ft Wayne Mason Magnolia Park. PB ASSESSMENT ROLL

its Intersection with Northwest 8th Street; Streetto C-S5 Lot 5, Blk 2 1M.07 311.21 9. J. C. ft Monteen Austin Suncrest:: t-IOO FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
Its Intersection with Northwest 13th 6O.DO 110.00
Read, from 6
17. In Northwest 37th Lot ,
NW 35th Avenue,
from Its Intersection with NW 13th street to Its Inter
Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue; 10. Frank ft Naomi Scott '
If. la Northwest 12th Street. from its Intersection with Northwest 36th Road ASSESSMENT ROLL Lot c7esl : 8iO: 12O.DO 36Q.00 section with NW 8th Street.

58..to In Its Northwest intersection 12th with Street.Northwest from 36th Its Avenue Intersection; with Northwest 35th Avenueto In NW 34th Road from its FOR intersection SANITARY with SEWER NW 14th Street to Its intersection 11. H. W. ft Evelyn Deurloo Lot Suncest 3. :': 8.100 H 60.00 110.00 Total Total length front of line 1702.00 ft.

31st Avenue with NW 13th Street footage X620.C5 ft.
with Northwest 8.100
21..la Its Northwest Intersection 33nI Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 12th Street Total length of line 641.00 ft. 12. J. F. ft Nancy Henry Lot 6. tlftB H 6O.DO 11O.DO Front footage to be assessed X350.85 ft.

11th street Total front footage 1,287.08 ft. Rate ef assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
to Its Intersection with Northwest ; suncrest P8 1S.1oo
E. ft louise Bohannen
2L.la Northwest lUll Sir.... from Its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenue Front feet to be assessed 1487.00 ft. IX Lot 7. Bit H 60.00 0.00 Total assessment 810,05245

to is Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue, i Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 8.100 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

53. la Northwest Stth Avenue from Us Intersection with Northwest 12th I Total Assessment 83461.00NORTHWEST 14. H. W. ft Evelyn Duerloo Lot Suncrest 1. :: H 60.00 m.DO NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED,,

Street to Its intersection with Northwest 5th Street; ASSESSMENT FRONT AMOUNT TO 1. R. G. Welch Springstead PB D-'

55. In Northwest 10th Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 35th Avenueto NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 15. W. H. ft Ethel Ervin Lot Suncrest 0 L PB, OOE 120.00 360.00 Lot 3 less R-W DB

Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue 1. Forest Hiltyard Forest Park PB CLot 8130E 351-363 160.00 410.00
56..In Northwest 33rd Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 10th 8. Blk 12 90.00 270.00 16. C. T. ft Lavernc Dowllng SUncrest PB Blk E SO.OO lSO.OO 2. W. P. & Gwendolyn Benz Springstead PB D-9
Lot 10.
Street to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 2. L P. Chappell Jr. Forest Park PB C-45 Lots 445 166.00 49800 -

27..In Northwest 8th Street from Its intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenueto Lot 6 8. Lot 7, 17. B. ft Lula Rlsebrook lots 111A 12.B.100 81k E 110.00 33O.DO X W. R. I. Salty Williams Springstead, PB D-'

Its Intersection with Northwest 31st lace; Blk 12 180.00 540.00 Lot 6 all.a 250.20
51..IB Northwest 3Ht Place from Intersection with Northwest 8th Street 3 E. H. I. Margurlte Page Forest Park PB CLot 11. S. H. ft Claronell Harre Lots SUncrest 13 a P8 14.8-100 Blk E 120.00 360.DO 4. P. & Mary Cane (Philip) 29-9-20, E 125 ft of

to Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street 5. Blk 12 90.00 270.00 W 572.1 ft of S 183 ft
t 59..In Northwest 32nd Place from Its Intersection with Northwest tth Streetto (, R. S. & Sybil Wood Forest Park PB CLot 19. Atlanta B. Gardner Suncrest PB B.I00 C 120.00 360.00 of that part North '

its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 4. Blk 12 90.00 270.00 Lot 0 A t. Blk ef 35th Ave. 125.00 375.00
from Its Intersection with Northwest tth Street. 20. P. L. ft Kaliope SIrmopoulos Suncrest 8.100 5. J. R. 8. Lois Parker
30..In Northwest 32nd Place 5. T. J. Collins Jr. Forest Park PB C45SV Lot 10. :1: C SO.OO 1.50.00 29920. lot as per

run 250 feet West Streetto Let X Blk 12 90.00 270.00 DB 355-124 125.00 375.00...
31..In Northwest Mth Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 8th 4. E. R. 8. Pauline Riley Forest Park. PB C-45 21. A. L. Dykes Suncrest : B-100 50.00 150.00 4. Parkview Baptist Church Inc. Creekside. PB D-54
6th Street; Lot 11. I C
Its intersection with Northwest com at NW cor of NW Lot 49 8. WY4
32..la Northwest Mth Place from Its Intersection with Northwest Ith Street 35th Rd & NW 13th 22. Ole Humphreys ft Mrs. L. J. Suncresf P8 15.100 360.00 Lot 41 150.00 450.00 ,

to Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; tth Street. St. run SWLY along Studstlll Lots 12 a 13. Blk C 120.00 7. Robert D. & Patricia Paul Creekside, PB D-54
33..In Northwest Mth Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 35th Rd to SW 23. D. ft Nellie Weaver r 1/se rkB t'OO 60.00 110.00 Lot 47 & Etta Let 48 15000 450.00

run 400 feet West Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenueto cor of Lot 2, N on W L Lynda W. Ramey Creekside. PB D-54
34. In Northwest ith Street from Its line of Lot 2 250 ft 24. Faith Independence Baptist Churc.1; Suncrest P8 B-100 Lot 46 107.65 322.95
Its Intersection with Northwest 34th Avenue; Lot 12. lilt A SO.OO 150.C3 ,. J. G. &
Ruth Davis
Intersection with Northwest 34th Avenue. E'LY to point 140 ft Creekslde, PB D-54
.In Northwest 6th Street from Its 25. K. A. ft Doris Seals Suncrest P8
35. N of POB S 140 ft 51k A 100.00 300.00 Lot 34 45,. & WV
run 100 feet South; Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue to POB 147.00 441.00 Lot 13 A 14. Lot 44 275.45 326.35
36..In Northwest 5th Street from Its 24. T. A. Hylton Suncrest 4100 10. L W. 8, Ara Smith
Northwest 33rd Avenue 7. R. A. & Flossie Preston Forest Park. PB C- f A 100.00 300.00 Creekside PB D-54
Intersection with Lots 15.
to Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue. Blk 8 also St. between Lot 43 8. EM Lot 44 150.00 450.00
1 17..In Northwest 4th Street, from its Blks 8 ft 9 as 27. Jessie R. Resch Life f .t. Sun crest 17 851k 11. P. M. & Frances Boothby Jr. Creekslde PB D-54
run 700 feet South; Northwest 36th Avenue Lots T A 151.50 414.50 Lot
Its Intersection with per 08 347-486 & 41 127.00 311.00
:3*. In Northwest 3rd Street 12. C. L 3 Nell Prince
Intersection with i Northwest 33rd Avenue; Blk 9 less N 240 ft ROLL Creekside PB D-54
to Its Streetto ASSESSMENT
Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 5th all as per DB 360-35 280.00 840.00 Lot 42 10800 300.00
Northwest 33rd SEWERIn
I,. In Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; I. W. C. t. Selma Friedel Forest Park PB C-45 FOR SANITARY 13. A. R. & ERa Sanderson Creekside, PB D-54 -.

Its Intersection with Northwest 3rd Street N 240 ft of Blk 9 Lot 40 120.00 360.00
to. In Northwest 33rd Avenue from NW 30th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 1m Street to Its Intersection
less R-W DB 353
run 300 feet East; with NW 6th Street.
from Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Streetto 197 320.00 960.00 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
32nd Avenue pg
41. In Northwest 2.3".00 ".
Total of line
length 1. I. E. & Alene Smith
Northwest 4th Street; PB
Its Intersection 4127.50 ". Forest
6th Streetto Total front footage
Its Intersection with 4.
X S.
42..In Northwest 31st Lane Front feet to be assessed 4.127.50 ft.
Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; ASSESSMENT ROLL Bit 1 I less R-W 137.40 412.20
43. U Its Northwest 31st Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Streetto FOR SANITARY SEWER Assessment rate per front ft. 814,48240NORTH S 3.00 X. Sallia C Haymans Trustee Forest Park PB

Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Terace; fn NW 34th Place from its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Intersection Total Assessment C-45 Lots 1 4 2 Blk
14. In Northwest 4th Terrace from Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue with NW 12th Terrace. ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 1 also Beg. at SE

to Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Lane; Streetto Total length of line 324.00 ft. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED cor. of Lot 1 run E99,6fN99.6ftW
45. In Northwest 4 th Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Total front footage 680.60 ft. 1. Sun Oil Co. 29-9-20. Beg. at NW

Its Intersection with Northwest bthits Stintersection 44th Avenue Front feet assessed 335.00 ft. cor of 81k R Sum 99.6 ft S 996 ft 20800 "4.00"
46. In Northwest 12th Terrace with Northwest Assessment per front ft. S 3.00 crest PB B-100 run W 3. Dorothy A. 8. Patricia L. Cla>ton Cottage Grove Park

to Its Intersection with Northwest 43rd Avenue; with Northwest 12th Total assessment 1005.00 to pt.100 ft E of HI- PB C-86V Lots 4, 5

47. In Northwest 43rd Avenue from Its Intersection way R-W & to POB a 6 310.20 930.60 '

Terrace to Its Intersection with Northwest 10th Street; Northwest 44th Avenue ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO W 100 ft S 242J ft E 4. H. E. f. Jeanne Streit Cottage Grove Park

/'. la Northwest 101 With ..., from Its Intersection with NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 100 ft N 2424 ft PB PB C-86V Lot 2 less

to Its Intersection Northwest 41st Avenue; Northwest 42nd Avenue NONE 313-45 100.00 300.00 W 6 ft of N 100 ft. 100.00 300.00
".In Northwest 4th Street, from Its Intersection with 2. M. E. & Eudora Hoover 29-9-20 Beg. at NW S. W. G. & Mary Mitchell Cottage Grove Park,

run 830 feet North; Intersection with Northwest 13th Streetto SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION cor. of Blk R PB C46V Lot 1 &
50. In Northwest 42nd Avenue from Its 1. Parkview Baptist Church Forest Park PB Suncrest PB B-100 Lot 50 Creekside as

Its Intersection lrltv Northwest 4th Street Intersection with Northwest 13th street C-45 Lots 1. 2. 3. 4, run W to Hiway S Per PB D-S4 199.20 597.60

51. in Northwest from Its ; 5. 8. 6, Ilk 2 less 242.5 ft E to SW .. J. G. & Ruth Davis Creekside PB D-54
12th Terrace
to Its Intersection with Northwest Its Intersection with Northwest 42ndIL R-W 335.00 1005.00 cor. of Blk R N to Lots 52 S3 & 54 334.55 1003.65
In Northwest 12th Terrace from 3fth Avenue; ; Beg. less W 100 ft 7. L E. 8 Joyce Cake Creekslde PB D-54

Avenue to Its Intersection with from Northwest Its Intersection' with, Northwest 42nd Avenueto 4 Lot 4 i Wtt of Lot Lot 55 111.00 333.00

53. In Northwest 12th Street Northwest 3fth Avenue; ASSESSMENT ROLL 5. Blk R Suncrest .. T. ft Anne Lineweaver (Thomas) de, PB D-54
Its Intersection I Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue FOR SANITARY SEWERIn PB B-100 125.00 375.00 rreeks 111.00 339.00

54. in Northwest llth Street Northwest from 4Ist Avenue NW 12th Terrace from Its Intersection with NW 34th Place to its Inter. 3. T. J. t Betty Ellis Suncrest PB B-100,

to Its Intersection with from Its Intersection with Northwest 12th section with NW 30th Avenue. Lot 3. Blk R 54.60 16340
JS. In Northwest 41st Avenue 4. T. G. .. Alice Campbell Suncrest PB B-100
with Northwest Total length of line 1614.00 ft.Total .
Intersection Driveto
to Its 12th
Street with Lot 2, Blk R 53.30 159.90
e.6Ia Northwest 40th Avenue front footage 2473.50 ft. 5. C. F. & Lubedla Beach Suncrest. PB B-100
Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street Intersection with Northwest 3 thAvenue Front footage to be assessed 1464.60 ft. Lot 1. Blk R 53.30 159.90 NW 36th Road from Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to its Intersection .
in Northwest 12th Drive, from Its I Rate of assessment 8 3.00 per front ft. with NW 36th Avenue.
57. Northwest 40th Avenue; 6. C. L. 8. Audrey Bullard Suncrest. PB B-100
Intersection with 12th Total assessment 84.993.80
to Its with Northwest
60.00 180.00
Intersection Lot 4. Blk 0
hwtt 3MN Avenue from Total length of line 1f58.SO ft.
58. in N r 7. PB B-100
Sylvia Suncrest
Street Cherney
Drive to Its Intersection wits Northwest 13th with Northwest 41st Avenue to ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot 0 40.00 18000Lot Total front footageFront 3814.15 ft.
5f. In Northwest 9th Street, from Its Intersection NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED estlPB footage to be assessed 2932.72 ft.
8. R. S. Sprow (only) Sunt B-100
Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue Intersection; with Northwest 42nd Avenueto 1. Parkview Baptist Church, Inc. Forest Park PB 2, Blk 0 60.00 180.00Suncrest Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
60. In Northwest 7th street. from Its C-45 Lot 12 Blk 2 112.50 337.50 Total Assessment 18.1.16
Avenue 9. L. & Dora Valentine (Lester) PB B-100
Its Intersection with Northwest from Its Intersection with Northwest 5th Streetto 2. L R. & Elizabeth Means Forest Park PB Lot 1, Blk 0 60.00 180.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO'NO.

".In Northwest 36th Avenue 3rd Street C-45 Lot 1. Blk 3 112.50 337.50 10. B. M. & Dorothy Salter, Jr. Suncrest PB B-100 OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Its Intersection with Northwest Its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenueto 3. R. L. & Gladys King Suncrest. PB B-100 Lots 4. Blk L 60.00 180.00 1. Mary S. Philips. Trustee Springstead, PB D-9

62. In Northwest 4th wl'h Street Northwest from 31st Lane Lots 6. 7. & 8. 11. J. C. & Monteen Austin Suncrest PB B-100 Part of 1.4561 as per
Its Intersection Northwest 5th Street.i. Blk PSuncrest 180.40 (41.20 DB
Intersection with 142.63 427.89
from Its Lots X X ft 6, Blk L 120.00 360.00
63..In Northwest Mrd Avenue. 4. Margaret E. Crckenb! rger PB B-100 12. D. R. & Vivian Bynum Suncrest PB B.100 2. Mary S. Philips. Springstead. PB D-'
Northwest 3rd Street Lots 9 & Blk P 120.00 360.00 Part of Lot
with 10 1
Northwast''art; : Avenue, from Its Intersection Let 1, Blk 6000Suncrest 110.00 as per
d4In 1. G. W. 8. Alice Weseman Suncrest. PB B-100 13. ,I. C. & Doris Wright 8LB.I00 DB 317-479 119.30 56790
run 150 feet eWrct Avenue from Its Intersection with North Main Street Lot 9, Blk Q 40.00 180.00 X C. D. t Lynn Monk Springstead, PB D-9
Lots 3 ft 4, Blk H 120.00 360.DOu.
6!..to Northeast with Northeast 5th Terrace 6. M. E. & Avellne McLeod Suncrest. PB B-100 14. C. K. & Ann Bussard Sunerest PB B-100 Part of Lot 1 as per
to Its Intersection with Northeast 23rd Avenueto Lot 60.00 180.00 DB
10. Blk Q 281.367
from Its If4.20 582.60
Sill Terrace Lots 1 ft 2, Blk H 120.00 360.00
66..In Northeast Intersection with North Main street; 7. G. W. ft Alice Weseman Suncrest PB B-100 W. H. & Ethel Ervln Suncrest PB B-100 4. G. E. t. Elizabeth Wolff 29-9-20 Lot en Hog-
Its Lots 11, 12. & IX town Creek NW
Lots 6 ft 7, Bik 120.00 360.00
ASSESSMENT ROLL 16. R. C. 8, Emily Jeffcoat Suncrest, PB : 36th Rd. as per
Lot 5, Blk E 50.00 .0
14th ,. Parkview Baptist Church Cottage Grove Park 17. O. H. 8. 5. G. E. & Elizabeth Wolff 99-9-20 118.35' on
Avenue and NW Myrtle Wolfmeyer Suncrest. PB B-100
described as. Commence at NW 31st PB C-86'A Lots 7. 8, NW 36th Rd. as per
an easement Lots 3 ft 4, Blk E 110.00Suncrest
thence run West 350 feet to Manhole 96, 6026G.Totillenot" ft WV4 Lot 9 239.00 717.00 18. C. H. 8. Claronell Harrell PB B-100 DB 354-458. 118.35 :35505
2. W. C. 8 Rachel Mallard Suncrest PB B-100 6. A. E. 8 Benntlene Penntsl Creekslde PB D-54
Lots 1 ft 2, Blk 120.00Suncrest i.
of line 371.00ft. Lots 45. Blk M 120.20 360.60 19. Maggie M. KInsey PB OOe Lot 12 212.72 631."
569.74 ft. 3. L. L. 8. Marie Linden Suncrest PB B-100 7. C H. Donovan Creekside. PB
._. .,; : footage 3 5.74 ft. Lots 6 ft Blk 120.00Suncrest 360.00
_. *" Front footage to be assessed front ft. Lot 3. Blk M 60.00 180.00 20. F. W. & Joan Vosburgh 18 ooC Lot 11Creekslde 157.85 473.55
S 3.00 per t. S. F.
Assessment 4. E. E. I Clara Cline Suncrest PB B-100 Fogte PB D-54 .
Rate of Lots 4 ft Blk 100.00 300.00
Total Assessment; $1,17.22 FRONT AMOUNT TO Lots 1 8. 2. Blk M 120.00 360.00 21. L H. J. Ada Scofield Suncrest ; OOC WV* Let 9 8, Lot 10 15792 473.74
NORTH SIDE 5. W. E. ft Margaret Smith Suncrest PB B-100 ,. J. W. Oliver Creekslde, PB D-54
ASSESSMENT X C 60.00Suncrest
DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE Lots I & 9, Blk N 120.00 360.00 110.00 EV Lot 9
OWNER 22. J. L & Jessie Sparkman ft Lot I 150.22 450.66
PB B-100
NO. Forrest Park PB C- 10. E. G. & Laura Newman
4. D. E. S. Delores Vaughn Suncrest. PB B-100 Creekside, PB D-54
1. Aline B. Miller Lots 1 ft 2. Blk C 121.00Suncrest 363.00450.N
45 Lot 15 less E.
Lot 7, Blk N 60.00 180.00 Let 7
443.10 23. J. E. f. Nit 100.15
Stanley 300.45
147.70 PB BO00
174' 7. G. H. ft Ollie Barn Suncrest PB B-100 Lots 9.10A11, 11. R. L & Marallsc Curran Creekside, PB D-54

Lot 6. Blk N 60.00 180.00I. Lot 6 100.15

SOUTH DESCRIPTIONMagnolia SIDE Ezra E. Smith 8. Martin Chitty Suncrest PB 8.100 24. K. R. Margaret Owens Blk Suncrest A PB B-100 150.00 12. P. M. Bruun Creekslde PB D-54 300.45

Lot 5. Ilk N 60.00 180.00 Lot
Park PB Lots 6, 7 ft 8, Blk A 150.00 450.00 IX G. E. & 5Creekslde 111.67 33501
1. w. F. 8, Kathleen Sheppart C-58 Lots 6 4k 7, 25. W. B. 81 Dynya Martin Jr Suncrest. PB B-100 Lydia Bigelow PB D-54

Bit 1 241.04 744.12 ASSESSMENT ROLL Lot 5. Blk A 10141 304.23 Lot 4 111.61 333.84SOUTH

NW 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Infer. 1. W. F. & Kathleen SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTIONSpringstead
ASSESSMENT ROLL section with NW 12th Terrace. Sheppard 29-9-20 Beg. at NW 1. L C. I Lucille Bartley PB D-7
Intersection with NW 31st Avenue to Its Inter crest PB B-100 run Lot 1 S of NW 37 Rd.
14th Street, from Total length of line 358.50 ft. A23'by90adl.as|
71''f1 W to S 87.1 ft
NW 33rd Avenuv Total front footage 678.30 ft.
I E to SW cor. of Sun- 2. G. W. ft per or 43-377 280.00 84000
Front footage to be assessed 575JO ft. Frames Dekle 29-9-20. E 251.45' Of
Total length of line 64500ft.ft. Rate of assessment t 3.00 per front ft. crest SoD N 89.1 ft W 633.4' of NW/ of
Total front footage 1260.00 Total Assessment: 81,72640NOETH to Beg. 275.90 121.70Suncrest
1,260.00 ft. 1 R. W. 8. Mildred Blaze NW4 S of NW 36
PB B-100
Front footage to be assessed ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
front ft. Rd. less S 20T & less
S 3.00
Lots 13 ft 14 Blk SUMO 344.20Suncrest
S3.7SO.OO X Betty J. Williams N 90 of S 293" of W
Total assessment AMOUNT TO 1. Parkview Baptist Church Inc. Forest Park PB C45 PB B-100 25' less
WEST SIDE FRONT or 249-363 171.23
Lot Blk
IX S 70.00 210.00
ASSESSMENT DESCRIPTON FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Part of Lot 7 & 4. O. .. Harris, Jr. Sunerest, PB B-100 3. D. ft Evalena Reddlck (Deltoi) Creekslde, PB D-54
NO. OWNER Lots a & 9. Blk 3 155.00 465.00 Let

1. S. W. ft Llllle Bostick Forest E 174 Park ft of PB Lots C45 2. A. T. & Evelyn Douglas Forest Park PB C- S. W. R. & Barbara Davis Lot Suncrest 11, ,Blk PB B-100 S 70.00 210.00 4. R. A. ft Elizabeth Stuebe Creekslde 15 PB D-54 107.85 323.55'

45 Lot 10AW30'of
14. 15. lit 12 200.00 600.00 Lot 16 '07."
Lot 10 Blk S 72JO 21740 32X64
Ine. Forest Park. PB C* Lot 11. Blk 3 0.00 270.00 *. C V. *k Martha Powers, Jr. Suncrest, PB .,00 5. R. A. ft Elizabeth Stuebe Creekslde, PB D-54
Enterprises :
2. Capital 3. Lula Jones Forest Park PB C- Lot 17Creekslde
45 Lots 12 ft IX Lot 9, Blk S 7240 21740 100.11 300.45
Bit 12 200.00 600.00 45 Let 12 8. E 30' of 7. P. I Helen Jones (Frederick) Suncrest, PB 8-100 1. W. 0. ft Gtsela Weyrauch PB D-54
Lot It, Ilk 3 90.00
Forest Park. PB C45 270.00 Lot 8 Blk SSuncrest 7249 21740 Lot 18Creekslde 100.15 300.45
Bevltle. Jr. ,
Mrs. H.
3. Lots 10. 11. 12, t. Lois B. Williams Life Estate PB 8-100 7. J. L ft Blllfelo MauldtnS. PB D-54
13. Blk 12 less lots Lot 7, Blk S 7240 21740 Lot 19 100.15 300.45
12 ft 13 200.00 600.00 1. R. L 4 Gladys King Forest Park PB C* ,. Mary E. McGIIvary Suncrest, PB B-100 W. B. ft Dynya Martin Jr. Creekside, PB D-54
45 Lot
1 ft Lot 10
4. J. M. ft Imogen Nash Forest Park. PB C45 less RW. Bit 4 8. 10. Federal Lot 6, Blk S 70.00 210.00 Lot 20 100.15 30145
Lot 9, Blk 12 M.OOEAST 240.00 Suncrest PB 8-10. Housing Commission Suncrest, PB B-100

Lot 5 240.50 721 JO 11. Lot 5 Blk S 70.00 210.00
SIDE DESCRIPTION C. L. a Pat Shore"t, PB B-100

1. Grace Presbyterian Church Forest Park PB C. Lot 4, S 70.00 210.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL
45 Lots 6.1, ft 8. ASSESSMENT ROLL 12. E. E. & Carolyn Gum tI:1S B-100 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

Bit 11 16SOO 504.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER Let X Blk SSuncrest 70.00 210.00 NW 12th Street, from Its Intersection with NW 36th Road to Its Inter
Church Forest Park. PB C45 IX E. E. & C S. Bussard section with NW 36th Avenue.
2. Grace Presbyterian Lots 9 I 10, In NW 31st Avenue from !Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Inter PB B-100
section with NW 6th street. 14. Lot 2, Blk S 7740 23240
Blk 11 112.00 336.00 L. Thornton Total length of line 350.00 ft.
Suncrest, PB B-100
5. Mrs. H. L Seville Jr. Forest Park PB C. Total length of line 230600 ft. Let 1, S 7740 23240 Total front footage 725.00 ft.
45 Lot 6 & S 26 ft Total front footage 15. J. H. & Muriel Harrell, Sr. stI:1 B-100 Front footage to be assessed 725.00 ftt .
of Let 7. Elk! 10 100.00 300.00 455565 ft. Rote of Assessment
1 Front footage to be assessed 4495.65 ft. Lets 1 ft Blk 120.00 360.00 XOO per front ft.
4. M. L Mariory Morgan Forest Park. PB C45 Rate of assessment 8 3.00 front ft. 16. Amanda L Guest Sunerest :; ol Total Assessment 82.175.00
N 34 ft of Let ?, per ASSESSMENT. WEST
Total Assessment: 813,486.95 Lets 10 ft 11, Blk F 100.00Suncrest 300.00 TO
& Lot '. & S20ft Sally Vlpperman DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
of Let 9. 100.00Forest 300.00 PB B100Let 1. E. B. ft Ruth C. PrIM 29-9-20 Btg. at SW
;I't ASSESSMENT NORTH Blk F 60.00 18040
S. Josephine H. McSwlne Park, NO. OWNER Catherine K. Morgan corner of Intersection
N < Lots NW 36th
45 40 ft o Rd 4V
1. H. C. ft Margaret Whitehouse 220 N 110' 14 F
of W Lots 13 ft Ilk NW 12th St.
4. Lot 10 Ilk 18 100.00 300.00 It a
308 88 Of SWA A DB 347-443 120.00 36000
If. located In
J. C. t Pearile Fisher the
ASSESSMENT ROLL alley Idl| on N side Suncrest, PB 8.100 NW U 29-9-20 runS.
8. tots 1,2a3.Bik Let 8, Ilk D 60.00 110.00
FOR SANITARY SEWER 20. M. F.&. Nellie Brunson degrees W.
Q of Suncrest paB100 Suncrest PB B-100
Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 14th Street to Its Inter along RW of NW
In NW 33rd
8 DB 288-460 315.19 Let 9. Blk 60.00 180.00
115SJO 36th Rd. 158. 47run -
section with NW 13th Street. X. G. L S. Judy Fleming Suncrest PB B-100 21. W. L, Eva Studstlll Suncrest, IDB-I00 S. 16 degrees E. '0'

Total length of line 391 jo ft. Lot 4. Blk N 60.00 189.00 Lot 10, Blk D ADO 150.09 run N. 71 degrees
Total front footage us.00 ft. 3. A. W. 8. Thelma 22. A. N. 8. Ola Cowan Ufa Estate
Fletcher Suncrest PB B-100 Suncrest. PB B-100 .. I E.104.SY to W. RW ..
Front feet to be assessed 311.75 ft. Let X Blk N 40.00 180.00 Lets Ilk D2L of NW 12th St.
Rate of Assessment 13.00 StS6.U'front ft. 4. J. S. 8. Blllte Powell Suncrest PB B-100 DB 1'2' 110.00 330.00 thence run N. 136.11't
assessment R. H. & Louisa EMil
Total N Suncrest PB 8-100 to POB as
60.00 110.00 per
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 5. S. A. & Viola A. Moore SuncrestBPB 249-36X 47140"
B-100 Lets 13 ft 14, Blk D 121.20 163.60U. 157.00 .
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 1, Btk N 60.30 180.00 124. JL J. & Maria Henzman Suncrest PB 8-100: S. G. W. ft Frances Dekle 29-9-20 E 25145 ef

NONE 6. Alpha H. DapJan Suncrest PB B-100 Let 8V Blk' 8 50.00 150.00 W 4334' Of NWtt ef
Lets S & 4, Blk 1C 120.00 360.00 C. R. & White McCall Suncrest PB 8-100 NW' S Of NW 36

SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 7. Lillian E. Scott Suncrest PB B-100 Lot 7, Blk B 50.00 UG.OOW44ftofLof2& Rd. less S 203' ft '
J. H. a. Gladys Bockler Forest Park PB C45 24 J. A. & -
1. Lot 2, Blk K 60.00 110.00 Adotyen Hendrlcks Sunerest, PB B-100 less N 90 of S 2tT
Lot 1, Blk 10 106.25 311.73Forest .. J. F. 8. Nellie Reddick Suncrest PB B-100 of W 25' less or
J. H. S. Gladys Buckler Park, PB C-45 .
I. Let 1, Blk K 60.00 1 10.DO Lots 4, S. ft 4, Ilk B 14.00Suncrest 58240 24f-363 268.00 ao..OO'
Let 10. Blk I 7 104.25 318.75Forest 9. J. S. Delia Zorn Suncrest PB B-100 27. Ann t Virginia! Morgan PB B-100 ..
3. J. H. 1 Gladys BocklerTotal Park PB C-45
Lot 4. Blk G Lot 1, Blk B
60.00 180.00 101J9 304.17
Lot 1, Btk 7 106J5 SiLlS 10. Albert M. 8 Annie Mlxon Suncrest PB B-100 EAST SIDE
ASSESSMENT ROLL 11. H. D. Smith Lot X Blk G 60.00 110.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL I. I. H. ft Emiry Wallace Jr. CreeksiOe. PB D-54
Suncrest P8 B-100
FOR SANITARY SEWER FOR Let 13Creekslde 100.00 300.0/
In NW 32nd Avenue Its Intersection with NW 14th! Street to Its Inter. Lot 2, Blk G 60.00 180.00 SANITARY SEWERIn 2. A. J. F. ft Lillian Green PB D-24
12. James
Section with NW 13th ree"r' Ella Joseph Suncrest PB B-100 NW 2Ttn Let 14Creekslde 100.00 300.08
from its
Let 1. Blk G Intersection with NW 9th Street to rn Inter.
60.00 180.00 section with NW 7th Terrace. X T. L ft Elinor Bailey PB 0-54
length of line 3M.ee ". IX J. W. & Barbara Johnson Seminole Hts. PB Total length of line. Lot 28 100.00 2OO.CO'

Total front footage 850.00 ft. A-1/8. Lot 18 60.00 180.00 Total front 370.00 ft.
14. D. E. Cogglns Seminole Hts. PB footage 822.08 ft.
Front feet assessed 637 JO ft. Front
Assessment per front foot t 3.00S1.912.50 A-iI*.' Lot 19 62.50 187JO footage to be assessed 82240 ft. ASSESSMENT ROLL

Total assessment 15. E. D. & Frances Carmen" Seminole Hts. PBA.I48. Total Rate ef assessment 8 loo per front. tt.8X444.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER

ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Let 21 122JO 347JO390J3 Assessment: In NW 12th Street from its Intersection with NW 35th Avenue to Its Mesa


1. FranUo Powell Forest Park. PB C. 'A-107 W 130L2P NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Total length of tine 1.27800ft.
45 Lot 5, Blk 104JS 311.75 of Let 4 less N 300 1. M. F. 8 Nellie Brunson Suncrest PB B100Lofs Total front Footage 2952.20 ft.

L J. H. & Gladys Bockler Forest Park. I'C> Loss W 20' for RW 130JS 4 4V 7. Blk D 120.00 36040Suncrest Front footage assessed 2472.20 ft.
45 Lots 54" 17. Nora Mahaffey life Est. Mary E. Bailer s.D 2. LaHa Askinsont PB B-100 Assessment per front ft. S 300ASSESSMENT

BIt 7 212.30 437.50 PB A-107 S 150...- Lets ". X 3,4&5. DE FRONT
of E 91' e* Lot 4 lilt D 282.00 146.80 WEST S AMOUNT TO ,


1. Grace Presbyterian Church Forrest Park, PBC4S It J. B. 1 Gertrude Strickland Mary E. Bailey SOPB W. B. Adams & Josla A. Ayer 29-9-20 E 70 yds efSWt 1. Parkview Baptist Church, Inc. Cottage Grove Park

Let 1. :: 11 10t2J slue A-107. N tar of w ef NETS of SW4jfes PB C84Vk. Lots 7
ft 160.00
X. Grace Church Forest Park 125 of Sly of Lot 3 8
Presbyterian N
ef E 50 14040 40.00
C-i5 Lots 1 ft 10, &N272'.IEerof X. W. J. 8 Lorraine. Mama 29-9-30 Jr.. .* f E X aoL ft Patricia PtammonsX Cottage PB C-86V Grove E%* Park,

Ilk 512-50 637.50 Lot 4 also W "'V.' sar of swtt of NEW tjat 9 84.00 352.00
of S 151.2 of Lot 3 lit JS 139.25 of SWVl rm..DO 15040
Ruth M. ZMtmbarg Cottage Grove Park,
If. J. R. & Nellie Neal
Mary E. Bailey S-O X a waiters (Oliver) 29-9-29 N 10r Of W PB C-44V Let 12 19040 570.00

ASSESSMENT ROLL PB A-101. W 121.25 210 ef 814 of NEttef 4. W. D. Henry Suncrest. PB 8-108

FOR SANITARY SEWERIn of E. 49SJT of Let SWT4 21040 430.00 Lots ft 7, Blk M 111.30 357."'
NW 31st Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 14th Street to Its biters' 2 W of Hhvay less N J. E. ft Myrtle Nobles (Erwin) Stmcrest PB 8-100
action with NW 13th Street. 4JT. 12L2S 384J3 4440 1S0.00Swncrest.
tot a. Btk M
20. J. E. 81 Dorothy Thomas Mary E ley.S.D ASSESSMENT ROLL 4. M. J. ft May SImmons PB 8-100

Total length of line 17100ft. PB A107. W 123 ef FOR SANITARY SEWER Lets 9 ft 10 Blk M 120.00 360.00

Total front footage 73SJSff.512J9ft.. I3673'cLot2Wtd 7. E. E. ft Jrta> Earnest Suncr st, PB B-100

Front feet assessed 12100 30 00 In NW 2fth Ptoce from its McmcHon with NW fth street run 400 feet West. Let 10, Blk, N 60.00 180.C4
Assessment per front ft. S 3.00 21. Mozeta Malphurs Mary Bailey S-O t. W. W. ft DoOy Morris Sunhat, PB B100Lot

Total assessment tl.S37.50NORTH PBA-101.Waf Total length ef line 37440ft.85440ft.. 11, Blk. N 60.00 110.00.

E 2444 of S, 211.T Tefal front footage 9. WHma A. Smith Suncrest, PB 8-100
SSMEN'WNER SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ef Let 2 740 24141 Front footage to be assessed 85640 ft. Let IX Blk N 4440 183.00

*O. DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 22. D. L. Matohors Mary E. BalWv. S-O Rat of assessment 8 3.00 per front ft.82J4940 10. Texas L. Ross Suncrest PB 8-100
1. Grace Presbyterian Church Forest Park, PB PB A-107, S lor ef Total Assessment Let IX Blk N 40.00 180.00

C-45 Lot 5, Elk 11 104-25 318JJ E 1564 ef Lot 2 W 11. M. R. ft Annette JolIet'B PB -100

!Grace Presbyterian Church Forest Park PB ef Hhvay 157M.QUI ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO i N 60.00 110...


SOUTH SIDE G. S. & Ethel Johnson Suncrest. PB 8-100 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 1. Sun On Co. 2 -JO. ... ef NW Lets ". X f. 3. H. S. ft Ruth SwlndanX. Cottage Grove Park*
A. e. ft PB C-86V* N 100 ftef
Vtrgle Carttont Magnolia Park PB .
car ef Blk R Sun- Blk F 11O.Ot....4)
C-SI Let 9, 50.00 15108 crest PB B-100 run 2, Mattte Shore Suncrest. PB 8-100 Let 3 100.00 300.00
P. A. & -12 P. N. rewnsteln Cottage Grove Park,
Lecklear Magnolia Park, '
W to pt 100 E ef Lets 4 8. 5. Blk F 10940 300.88Suncrest PB C-S6V Lot 3 lessN
Cst Lot 10 elk 2 100.00 300.00 way RW 8. to POBw100'S24.3'E X Margaret Fender PB 8-108 100 ft. 95.00 285.00Coctkaed
1.1. W. t, Emma -
Burch Magnolia Park PBC58 "
Let .. Blk F 6640 1804
Lot II, Ilk S U .OI 450.08 W. N 2424 DBHMI 4. W. a Lena Fender Suncrest. PB B-100

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(Continued from Page 13)) NO. OWNER -27-9-20. S 130 ft ofN735ftofW161 2. J. R. & Elizabeth Reeves Pine Haven Ext.
1. I. L. & Wilma wtgglesworR .
PB D-S6. Lot .
In NW 34th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 8th Street O ts interSECtion S.

ASSESSMENT EAST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ft of SEVi of NiVU 133.00 :370.00 with NW 6th Street. I Bllt B 100.00 aoo.OI

No. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 2. J. F. & Ruth Stormant 29-9-20 S 100 ft Of L Effle M. Norris Pine Haven Ext.7
PB D-54, Lot ,
Cottage Grove Park N 835 ft of W 150 ft Total length of line 558.00 ft.
X L. & Helen Rose 100.00 3004ft
PB C-861., Lot 18 80.00 240.00 Of SE'4 of NW/4 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 1,248.00 ft. Haven Ext.
29-9-20 Com 835 ft S Front to be assessed ft. 0. A & Lille Sproul
footage 1.243.00
tt X Leah Morrison .
.. J. C. .. Ruby Geiger PB D-56. Lot 1Go
PB 80.00 240.00 Of NW cor of SEVi Assessment Rate per front ft. S 3.00. 81k I B 100.60. 300.00
Grove Park of NW' run E 159 Total assessmentASSESSMENT $3.744.00
i. J. I. a Doris Grlner Ext.
s. H. C. .. Flossie Amason Pine Haven
PB C-86'/t Lot 16 S4.80 254.43 ft S 64 ft W 158.8ftNllfttoPOB NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB D-S4. Lot 11,

.. James E. & Ruby E. Seaver Suncrest. PB B-100 I NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE ASSESSED Blk B 100.00 300.00
Lot 4 & 5. Blk I J 119.10 351.30 DB 230-224 corr in 1. H. H. & Daisy Collins Dixie Heights Pine Haven Ext.
DB 230-343 64.00 192.00 6. W. S. & Agnes Sanford
7. Margaret R. Holmes stB.100 PB B-63. Lot 45 40.00 120.00 PB D-56, Lot 14,
E rc X Blk l J 60.00 180.00 4. H. B. & Rachel Standrldge .Jr.X 29920. Par 1 as per 90.00 270.00 2. J. R. & Earline KIrby Dixie Heights. PB Blk I B 100.00 3OO. I
Suncrest PB B-100 OR. 80-694 8. 44 80.00 240.00
X C. C. & Pearly Fogarty B-80 Lots 43
Lot X Blk J 60.00 180.00 J. C. & Mary Allen Seminole A-143 HeightsPB Lot 3 62.40 157 JO 3. Louis & Anne R. Altmayer Dixie Heights PB ASSESSMENT ROLL

f. James B. Rowland Lounaestg PB B-100 B-80 Lots 41 & 42 80.00 240.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
J 60.00 180.00 6. Trinity Church of Nazarene Seminole Heights 4. Inez Rouse Dixie Heights, PB
Lots 4. 9,
10. H. C. X Ruby LInder Suncrest. PB B-100 60.00 180.00 10 15 16 & 17 360.00 l.CSO.M B-80 Lots 39 81 40 80.00 240.00 NW 3rd Street from Its Intersection with NW 36th Avenue to Its intersection
Lot 9. Blk K 5. J. & Hattie Dampier (John) Dixie Heights, PB with NW 33rd: Avenue.
11. Henrietta C. Blue Suncrest. PB B-IOO 180.00 B-$0 Lots 37 & 38 80.00 240.00Dixie

Lot 8. ,Blk PB K-100 60.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL 6. Vera Haddock Heights, PB Total length of line 815.00 ft.

12. Arthur Charles Home Lot crest Blk K 60.00 180.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER B-80. Lots 35 & 36 80.00 240.00 Total front footage 1621.50 ft.

PB B-100 In- NW 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 10th Street tc Its intersection 7. K. M. & Annie Jones Dixie Heights PB Front footage to be assessed 1,100.00 ft.
11 Kay McCalllster Lots: 5 & 6, Blk K 120.00 360.00 with NW 6th Street. B-80 Lots 32. 33, Rate of assessment- S 3.00 per front ft.
81 34 184.00 552.00 Total Assessment SX300.00

Front feet assessed 2346.20 ft. 1. F. C. & Shirley Birkett Dixie Heights PB 1. Melba Y. Beaie Pine Haven Ext.

NW 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 12th Street to Its Intersection Assessment per front ft. $ 3i>0 B-SO, Lot 44 40.00 120.00 PB D-54. Lot 4,
with NW 11th Street. Total assessment S7.133.60! 2. B. D. & Margaret Goff Dixie Heights PB Blk B 100.00 300.00

Total length of line 288,00 ft. ASSESSMENT IJORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO B-80 Lots 47. 43, 49, 2. E. W. & Annie Burch Pine Haven Ext.
Total front footage 537.00 ft NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 50 & 51 200.00 600.00 PB CK56 Lot S,
Front footage to be assessed 297.00 ft. 1. Edith M. Voyles (only) 29920. S 130 ft of X C. B. & Eloise Riddick Dixie Heights. PB Bile B 100.00 300.00
Rate of assessment. S 3.00 per front ft. N 590 ft of E 105 B-80 Lots 52. 53. X T. A. & Helen Morgan Pine Haven Ext.
Total Assessment $891.00 ft of W 120 ft of & 54 120.00 360.00 PB D-56 Lot 8,
SE'/4 of NWVi 105.00 315.00 4. Walter Stubbs Inc. Dixie Heights PB Bile B 100.00 300.00

ASJg.SSMENWNER NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 2. W. W. & Norma Ward 29-9-20 S 130 ft of B-CO: Lots 55 & 56 80.00 240.00 4. R. L. & Mary Heisler Pine Haven Ext.
DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED N 590 ft of E 101 5. S. R. & Ethel Harvey Dixie Heights PB PB D-54 Lot 9,'
ft of W 221 ft of B-80. Lots 57 53, 10000
Cottage Grove Park Blk B
H. Craig. Jr.
1. P. PB C-86'4. Lot 13 100.00 300.00 SE' of NW'.i 101.00 303.00 & 59 18400 552.00 5. R. M. & Charlotte Brunson Pine Haven Ext.
3. C. R. Gardiner Sr. 27-7-20 E 105 ft Of
PB D-56 Lot
2. Esther Rlngrosa PB cottage C-MVi, Lot a14 100.00 300.00.ASSESSMENT W 326 ft Of S 130 ASSESSMENT ROLL Blk B 12.lOOiOO 300.00 .

Grove Park ft of N WO ft of FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 6. M. F. S Jean Vickers Pine Haven Ext.
3. V. H. 4 Martha Fulwood Cottage SEVi of NWVi 105.00 315.00

PB C-86V4, Lot 15 97.00 291.00 .. J. R. & Margaret Perry 27-9-20. E 110 ft of NW 34th Plate, from its Intersection with NW 8th Street to Its Intersection Blk PB D-56 B Lot 13. 100.00 300.00EAST
with NW 6th Street.

SE'.i of NWVi 110.00 330.03 Total length of line 558 CO ft. SIDE
1. W. F. &
None & S 130 ft ofN590ftofE110 Betty Langston Pine Haven Ext.
5. W. A. Betty Bloodsworth 29920. Total front footage 1.:1'8.00: ft.
PB D-56. lot 6,
Front footage to be assessed 1,243.00 ft. 1
ft Of W SIS ft Of Blk CPine 100.00 300.00 '
Rate of
assessment t
3.00 front ft.
ROLL per 2. E. E. & Willis
SE'i of NWVi 110.00 333.00 Total Assessment 13.7< FOR SANITARY SEWER i. U J. & Myrtice Moratto 299.20, S 130 ft Of ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB D-56 Lot 7,
& N 590 ft of E 110 NO. OWNER Blk CPine 100.00 300.00
In NW 11th Street from Its Intersection with NW 33rd Avenue to its intersection ftofW636ftofSEl 1. R. W. & Myrtle Hughey Dixie Heights PB 3. R. G. & Nancy Savage Haven Ext. '

with NW 31st Avenue._ of NWi 110.00 330.00 B-80, Lot 15 40.00 120.00 PB D-56 Lot 8.

7. Harvey L. & Myra J. Cribbs Haven Heights. 2. S. E. Williams Dixie Heights PB Blk C 100.00 300.00
Total length of line '- 410.00 ft. PB B-39 S 132 ft B80 Lots 13 & 14 80.00 24000 4. Carl K. 8. Ann T. Pine Haven Ext.
Total front footage : .. 1.229.40 ft. Of Lots 14 & 15 93.20 280.50 3. C. J. & Elsie Pruitt Dixie Heights PB Bussard PB D-56. Lot 9,

Front feet assessed 1169.40 ft. .. L. N. & Jean Ergle Haven Heights BSD, Lots 11 & 12 80.00 24000 Blk CPine 100.00 300.00
Assessment per front ft. $ 3.00 PB B-39 S 132 ft Of 4. H. C. & Peggy Rain Dixie Heights PB 5. C. & Cora. Brewer Haven Ext.
Total Assessment S3.S08.20WEST Lots 12 8, 13 96.00 288.00 B-80 Lots 9 410 80.00 240.00 (CliNton) PB D-56 Lot 10,
9. A. C. & !Hassel: Webb Haven Heights, 5. Roger W. 8. Clara Monlsnr.ith Dixie Heights PB Blk C 100.00 300.00
ASSESSMENT -, SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB B-39 W 14 ft of B-80 Lots 7 & 8 80.00 240.00
NO. OWNER. : ': ," DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 9 & Lots 10 & 11 110.00 330.00 6. Murray & Nancy Newman Dixie Heights PB ASSESSMENT ROLL

1. P. L. & Kallope Sirmopoulos ". Suncrest PB B-100 10. W. G. & Marjorie Pendley Haven HeightsPB B-80 Lots 5 81 6 80.00 240.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
Lots 6 & 7, Blk J 118.10 354.30 B-39 W 28 ft of 7. W. T. & Millie Jones Dixie Heights, PB

2. W. P. & Hilda Polk e- Suncrest PB B-100 Lot 80E34ftof E-80, Lots X 3 & 4 18400 552.00 NW 33rd Avenue. from its Intersection with NW 5th Street to Its Inter
Lot 8. Blk J 6C.CO 180.00 Lot 9 62.00 186.00 section with NW 4th Street.

3. Grover & Pearly Fogarty .*Suncrest. PB B-100 11. C. J. Workinger Haven Heights SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
Lot 9. Blk J 40.00 180.00 PB B-39 W 36 ft of 1. D. & Carolyn LeBlanc Dixie Heights PB Total length of line 272.00 ft. \
4. J. L. a Evelyn Allen. Sr. Suncrest. PB B-100 Lot 6 & Lot 7 8. E 312.00 B-80 Lot 16 40.00 120.00 Total front footage 5430.30 ft.
-? s Lot 10. Blk J 60.00 180.00 20 ft of Lot 8 104.00 2. James Barbara Shaw Dixie Heights PB Front footage to be assessed 339.30 ft.

5. L. H. & Beverly Allen .- Suncrest. PB B-100 12. G. R. & Lynn'Gamble Haven Heights. B-80 Lots 17 & 18 80.00 240.00 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
.Lot 10. Blk K 60.00 180.00 PB B-39 Lots 4 & 3. F. S. & Mary I. Stevens Dixie Heights PB Total Assessment $1,01770
i. G. R. & Mary Rose Suncrest. PB B-100 5 & E 12 ft of Lot 6 160.00 480.00 B-80. Lots 19 & 20 80.00 240.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

Lot 11. Blk K 60.00 180.00 4. B. E. 8, Bernice Tison Dixie Heights PB NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Hutchins' Suncrest. PB B-100 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION B-80 Lots 21 & 22 80.00 240.00 1. W. E. & Helen Luckhurst Pine Haven Ext.
7. K. B. & Shirley Lots 12 & 13. Blk K 120.00 360.00 1. R. E. & Anna Lag ford 29-9-20 S 274 ft 164.7ft of 5. R. & Idell Ross (Roscoe) Dixie Heights PB PB D-56, Lot 8,

:. .. N 899 ft of E B-80 Lots 23 & 24 80.00 240.00 Blk A 100.00 200.00SOUTH
; EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION of W 325.7 ft Of 6. H. P. & Grace McCullough Dixie Heights PB SIDE
SEVi of NWVi 164.70 49 .10 1. H. &
L. Essie
27-7-20 N 171.3 ft of B-80 Lot 25 lessS Johnson Pine Haven Ext.
1. S. S. & Helen Lewis A'dd-Sunshine Estates
%. C. B. & Rena Crenshaw
40.00 120.00
25 ft. PB D-54. Lot 2,
S 657.7 ft of W 130 .
; PB D-68 Lot X
7. H. P. & Grace Dixie PB
Of SWVi McCullough Heights Blk EPine 119.50 358.50
ft Of E 264 ft 345.00
113.90 Blk DAddSunshine 115.00 B-ED Lots 26 & 27 80.00 240.00 2. G. W. & Donna McKinney Haven Ext.
of NW/4 171.30 3. B. J. & Dorothea. Shealey Estates. 8. J. W. Nazworth Dixie Heights PB PB D-56 Lot 1,
2. A. L. 1 Etta Croy --' .' 29920. N 80 ft Of S PB D-68 Lot X B-80. Lot 28 40.00 120.00 Blk E 119.80 SSt."
486.2 ft Of W 130 ft 100.00 300.00
Blk D
'. 9. W. T. & Mittie Jones Dixie Heights PB
,,_- ef E 264 ft of SWVi 4. Gertrude Kelley Add-Sunshine Estates. B-80, Lot 29 104.00 312.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL
of NWVi 80.00 240.00 PB D-68 Lot 1, FOR SANITARY. SEWERIn -t
& Edith Johnson r' 29--20. com. St. SW Bile DSunshine 100.00 300.00
J. E.
NW 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 3rd Street
run 300 feet east.
.'. cor. NW/4 Sec. E 5. H. S. & Anna Anspach : Estates FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
1320.6 ft N 326 S ft PB D-63 Lot 6,
100.00 300.00 Total length of line 326.00 ft.
W13ItttoPOB.NBoftE134ftSb0 Bile ASunshine NW 34th Avenue from its Intersection with NW 8th Street run 400 feet west. Total front footage 700.00
6. S. E. & Sigrid Grlgsby
PB D-63 Lot 5, Front footage to be assessed 700.00 ft.
ft W 134 ft to POB
300.00 Total length of line 418.00 ft. Rate of assessment S 3.00 front ft.
Blk ASunshine 100.00 per
less E 20 ft for RWper
Total front footage 1197.50 ft. Total
7. G. & Nellie Williams (Guy) Estates Assessment $2.100.00
DB 258-487 80.00 240.00
Front footage to be assessed 1197.50 ft. ASSESSMENT
.. F. H. & Rebecca B. Collier Suncrest. PB B-100 Bile ASunshine 100.00 300.00 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Lot 8 8. 9. Blk G 120.00 360.00 Estates Total Assessment 13,592.50 1. W. F. & Martha May Sr. Pine Haven Ext.
S. G. C. & Susie Rohling _
5. C. C. & Carolyn Roberts Suncrest. PB B-100 PB D-43 Lot 3, ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB D-54. Lot II,
Lot 7, Blk G 60.00 180.00 BiC!! ASunshine .100.00 300.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Blk 10000 30000
i. H. D. S. Wela Bullard Suncrest. PB B-100 9. L. M. & Faye Cannon Estates 1. H. & Freddie Osteen Creekside PB D-54 2. W. C. & Rachel Mallard eC Haven Ext.
Lot 6. Blk G 60.00 180.00 PB D-63 Lot 2, (Houston) Lot 57Creekside 111.00 333.00 PB D-56. Lot IX
7. R. E. & Alice Tldd Suncrest. PB B-100 Blk ASunshine 100.00 300.00 2. M. P. & lla Holder PB D-54 Blk CPine 100.00 300.00
Lot 5. Blk G 60.00 180.00 X C W. Pittman
10. C. W. & Margaret Barnes Estates Lot 58Creekside 111.00 333.00 Haven Ext.
PB D-63 Lot 1, 3. W. J. & Margaret Michaud PB D-54 PB D.:6, Lot IX
Blk A 100.00 300.00 Lot 59Creekside 111.00 333.00 Blk C 100.00 300.00
ASSESSMENT ROLL 4.. H. L. & Glenda Carver PB D-54
FOR SANITARY SEWER Lot 60Creekside 111.00 333.00 SOUTH SIDE 1
In NW 36th Avenue. from Its. Intersection with NW 12th Street to Its. Inter. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn .5. A. L. & Margie Reeves PB D-54 1. Sybil W. Mackey Pine Haven Ext.
section with NW 5th Street. Lot 61 112.50 331.50SOUTH PB D-56. Lot 4,

Total length of line 2.226.00 ft. NW 8th Street, from Its Intersection with NW 33rd Avenue to Its Intersection 2. D. H. & Thelma McSwain Blk Pine D Haven Ext. 100.00 300.00
Total front footage 4.369.36 ft. SIDE
with NW 31st Place.
Front footage to be assessed 4,037.36 ft. 1. F. C. 8. Shirley Birkett 277-20 E 110' of PB D-56, Lot 3.
Blk 100.00 309.00
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Total length of line 513.00 ft. W 656' of S 130' of 3. J. R. & Bernice Cornelius Pine Haven Ext.
Total Assessment 12118.08 Total front footage 925.00 ft. N 460' of SE'i of PB D-56 Lot 2
ASSESSMENT Front feet assessed 312.00 ft. Blk D 100.00 300.00
DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 3.00 2. J. W. & Surena May 27920 E 110' ofw546'ofS130'of
NO. OWNER Assessment per front ft. S 4. C. H. 8 Clara Magee Pine Haven Ext.
1. T. C. & Virginia Mlllsaps Creekside PB D-54 Total Assessment $936.00 I PB D.56, Lot 1,
Lot 27 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT VEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO N 440' of SEVi of Blk D 100.00 30000
2. J. P & Shirley WetdlerX Creekside. PB D-54 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED NW'/.. 110.00 330.00
Lot 26 100.00 300.00 1. C. H. S. Lillian Welntraub AddSunshine EstatesPB \ 3. H. C. & Billie Lloyd 29920 E 110- of ASSESSMENT ROLL
T. & Mildred Blossom Creekside. PB D-54 D-68 Lot 4, W 436" of S 130' of FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

Lot 25 100.00 300.00 Blk D 100.00 300.00 N "0' of SEVi of I NW 32nd Avenue, from its intersection with NW 6th Street to Its Inter
4. W. O. & Glsela Werauch Creekside PB D-54 2. J. B. & Gertrude Strickland Mary E. Bailey S-D NWVi. 110.00 330.00 section with NW 4th Street.
Lot 24 100.00 300.00 PB A-107 N 60 ft of 4. B. C. & Grace Scott 29-7-20 E 105' ofW326'ofS13O'of

5. J. L. S. BIIIU Jo Mauldln Creekside PB D-54 W 125 ft of SVi of Total length of line 697.00 ft.
Lot 23 100.00 300.00 Lot3aN272f00fE9lftofLot N 460" of SE'.i of Total front footage 1,317JO ft.

6. W. B. S. Dynya Martin Jr. Creekside. PB D-54 4 NWVi 105.00 315.00 Front footage to be assessed 1,319.30 ft.
also W 119'ft of
Lots 21 & 22 236.00 708.00 S 151.2 ft. of Lot 3, 212.00 636.00 5. P. D. & Laura Posey 29.9.20. E 101' Of Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft.
7. N. C. 8 Cornelia Starr Creekside. PB D-54 .. W 221' of S 130' ofN160'ofSE'of Total Assessment $3.9S7.90 ft.
and Lot 3 150.00 450.00 .. Margaret E. Cravey 29920. S 130' of 1. Jettye Hazen 29-9-20 N 104' of

I. T. A. E. I Anne Hart Creekside PB D-5/ ASSESSMENT ROLL N 460 Of E 105' Of S 437' 2* of W 111' Of
Lots 1 & 2 less a FOR SANITARY SEWERIn W 120" of SEVi of NEbs less St. 8400 25200

part of Lots 1 & 2 asper NW 31st Place, from Its Intersection with NW 8th Street to its inter NW'.. 105.00 315.00 2. Jettye Hazen 29920. E 100' of
DB 334-63 149.9349.79 section with NW 6th Street. W 2ir of N 104 of
,. D. E. Faltow. 39-9-20, W 120 ft of ASSESSMENT ROLL S 4575' of NE' 100.00 JOO.00
SEW of NEW of Total length of line SIS,00 ft. FOR SANITARY SEWER 3. Blanche B. DougTas 29-9-20. N 104' of
NW'/4 S of Creek less Total front footage 1200.00 ft. I" NW 6th Street from *"* Intersection with NW 36th Avenue to Its Inter.section S 4S7 S' of E 100' Of
county Rd. DB 277- Front footage to be assessed 1.200.CO ft. with NW 34th Avenue. W .,' as per

19' 134.25 402.75 Rate of assessment t 3.W per front ft. DB 32243 1004)0) 300.00
10. P. D. & Winifred Owens Creekside Addition, Total assessment $3.60000 Total length of line 586.00 ft. 4. L. A. & Cordelia Met 27.f.20. M HW el
P8 D-99 Lot 5 100.65 301.95 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Total front footage 703.00 ft. S 457 V of E 1W Of

11. Nancy F. McDonald Cret'kside Addition, NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSE1Sunshine Front feet assessed 700.00 ft. W 41 1'. DB 323.1 100.00! 30000
PB D.99 Lot 4 100.82 302.46 1. Lettie R. Oross Estates. Assessment per front ft. S 3.00 5. J. A. & Rose McComb Pine Hen Ext.
12. C J. & Olive B. Coin Creekside Addition, PB D-63. Lot 7. Total Assessment $2.100.00 PB D-54, Lot 3.
PB D.99 Lot 3 100.00 300.00 BIK B 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Blk EPme 11940 35840KOW
IX D. M. & Susie Hough Creekside Addition, 2. C. R. & Jeanette Sunshine Estates NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 4. Evelyn Strickland Haven Ext.
PB D-9f lot 2 100.00 300.00 Fultz. Jr. PB D-63 Lot 8. NONE PB 056. Let 4,
14. B. S. 8 Helen Outlaw. Jr.. Creekside Addition, Blk B 100.00 300.00 EAST SIDEDESCRIPTION BHc E 119.80 35..0SOUTN
PB D." Lot 1 103.7 311.01 3. G. M. & Dorothy Rankin Sunshine Estates
IX F. C. & Erma Mahn Pine Haven PB D24 PB D-63 Lot 9, SIDE
Lots 7 a 8 208.00 624.00 Blk B 100.00 300.00 1. F. & Jeniece Gardiner Pine Haven. PB D-24 .
1. W. E. & Ina Ellis 27 9 :20, N 137Vef.
14. I. H. & Violet Wallace Pine Haven PB D-24 4. C. C. & Maude Moxley Sunshine Estates (Frank). Lots 16 & 17 200.00 600.00 s 313'- of w er IISW'
Lot 9 and W' PB D-63 Lot 10. 2. J. D. & Inez Osteen Pine Haven PB D-24
Blk B 100.00 300.00 ef NE'4 less
of Lot 10 153.80 46t.40 Lots 21 8. 22 200.00 400.00
RW DUO 5&8.00
5. J. E. S Beatrice Bartley Sunshine Estates, 3. R. E. & Stella Tower .
Pine Haven PB D 24
PB D-63 Lot 11, 2. W. G. 81 Jean McNafcbX : >> Pine Haven Ext.
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Blk 8 1CO.OO 300.00 Lot 27 100.00 300.00 PB D.54, Lot S.
1. C. H. a Evelyn Weight Creekside, PB 0.54 4. H. E. & Jo Smith Pine Haven PB D-24
Sunshine Blk FPine 300.00
6. K. E. & Willie Jones
lot 29 100.00 300.00 stale
Lot 28 100.00 300.00
PB D-63, B. & Oscar Dudley Haven Ext.
2. L. H. 8, Violet Cameron Creekside. PB D-54 5. E. R. & Neta Rowe, Sr.
Blk B )00.00 300.00 Pine Haven, PB D-24 (Bynum) PB D.>>. Lot 4,
Lot 30 100.00 300.00 Lot 33 100.00 300.00 Bill FPine IfiOM100tO 300.00

X F. G. & Alma Petersen Creekside. P8 D-54. SOUTH SIDE DeSC :PTIOM .. Frances Artland Haven Ext.
Lot 31 100.00 300.00 1 Elbert & Shirley Matt Sunshine Estates, ASSESSMENT ROLL PB D-S6 Lot 3.
4. F. G. S. Alma Petersen Creekside. PB D-54 PB D-43, Lot 6. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn BHc FPine 300.00
Lot 32 100.00 300.00 .' .. Blk C 100.00 3".00' NW 6th Street from Ms intersection with NW 34th Avenue run 100 feel 5. Dorothy L. Linzmayer Haven Ext.
5. J. G. & Ruth Davis Creekside PB D-SC 2. D. L. & Margaret Sunshine Estates south. PB D-54. Lot XBlk
Lots 33 a 34 22S.55 674.65 Westmoreland PB D-63, Lot 5, : FPme 19000 300.00
6. J. W. & Vivian Crews Creekside. PB D-54 Blk C 100.00 300.00 Total length of line 100.00 ft. 6. C. S. & Lydia Hazen Haven Ext.

Lois 35 5. 36 200.00 600.00 X C. F. X Doretta Jones :- Sunshine Estates, Total front footage 100.00 ft. PB D-S4, Let V.
7. H. H. & June Green Creeblde PB D-.54 r PB D-63 Lot 4, Front footage to be assessed 100.00 ft. Ilk F 10.40} 300,00
Lot 37 100.00 300.00 Blk C 100.00 300.00 Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft.

.. C. H. 8. Connie E. Wood.. Creekside. fB D.54 4. 'w. W. & Florence Jam SunshineEEst Total Assessment $300.00
9. F. P. 8k Helen Butler Creekslde. P8 D-U Bile C 100.00 300.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE REASSESSEDNone FOB UNITARY SEWERIn
Lot 39 121U2 360.66 So G. E. & Clara Sunshine Estates In NW 3Ut Lane, from fcHenettion with NW flk 0net to Its Inter.
10. David E. Flatow 2v-1.20. W 120 ft of Mielbrecht, PB D-63. Lot X EAST SIDEDESCRIPTION section with NW 4m street.
SE'f 1 Blk CSunshine 100.00 300.00

NW.k S of Creek Alpha H. Kaplan Estates Total length of line 493 M ft.
PB Lot 1,
less Co. Rd. DB 277. D-63. 100.00 300.00 1. Bertha F. Barton Pine Haven. PB D-24 Total front footage I.J2300: ft.
199 nu.s 02.7' Bill C Lot 34 100.00 300.00 Front footage to tx! abetted 1.20500 n.

11. B. T. X Gaynell Brastngton Cr..kslde Addition Rate of assessment t 3 00 per Seed ft.
PB 0-99. Lot 6 100.65 IOU ASSESSMENT ROLL Total AssessmentASSESSMENT 13.41500

P8 DLot 7 100.6) :SOU NW 32nd Place from Its Intersection with NW 8th Street to Its Inter. In NW 5th Street from "s Intersection with NW 36th Avenue to Its Inter. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED

13. D. C. 1 Felicia Bailer '" : Creekside Addition section with NW 6th Street. I section with NW 33rd Avenue. 1. S. B. & Myrtle Teague 29920. S 100' of
t PB 699. Lot 1 100.00 300.00 Total length of line 75700 ft. W 127- of SW'4 efME
14. O. a Evelyn Tavolar (Oscar) Creekside Addition Total length of line 525.!90 ft. Total front footage 1800.00 ft. less RW 114.00 342.00
P8 D-99. Lot 9 100.00 300. O Total front footage 1200.00 It. Front footage to be asses er* 1.600.00 ft. 2. Dorothy E. Wunderlich 29.9.20. E ST Of
15. L. H. & Bessie Clark Creekside Addition Front footage to beRate assessed 1200.00 ft. Assessment per front foot S 3.00 w ler ef S i7f ef
Lot 10 less R-W 103.67 311.01 of assessment S 3.C3 per per-front ft, Total Assessment 4800.00 swim Haven: 'a o.eo 244.M

11. F. t Jenlece Gardiner (Frank: Pine Haven PB 0 Total Assessment S3.60000 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO X W. H. & Florence Ergle, Jr. Pine Ext.
11. Juanlti G. Mean. Pine Haven, PB D- NO. OWNER 1. O. W. Babb Pine Haven. PB D-24
Sunshine 4. W. R. & Faye Wentz Haven Ext.
24 Lot 1/ 5.00 285.00 1. A. R. Voyles Lot Lot 20 100.00 300.00
PB D-43, 7. PB D-54 Lot 7.
Pine Haven, PB D-24
: Blanch
5- KIrby,
3M.00t. WflJO
Blk A 100.00 Lot 23 100.00 300.00 BIll: FPine
ASsESSMENT ROLL W. J. & Mary Stevens Sunshine Est 3. W. A X Edith Stevenson Pine Haven, PB D-24 X J. W. i Mae Morgan Have .t.PB .
PB D-43. .. Lot 26 100.CO 300.00 D-56. LeI 8,
FOR SANITARY SEWER 300.00 ttUG 300.00
100.00 Blk F
Blk A
Haven PB D-24
4. E. B. & Marie Jones Pine ,
In NW 10th Street from tn Intersection with NW 3SHi Avenue to Its inter- X G. R. i Mary Miller Sunshine Est. Lot 27 100,00 300.00 6. J. J. & Martha Hancock Pine Haven Et.

section with NW 31st Avenue. PB D-63, Lot 9, S. E. R. & Neta Rowe Sr. Pine Haven PB D-24 PB D-54 Lot 9. 900.09
Bile A 100.00 300.00 Lot 32 100.00 300.00 BIle: FPme mmHMO

Total length et line 1. 34.00 ft. 4. D. M. & Mildred Cellon Jr. Sunshine Est. 6. Faye Johnson Pine Haven PB D-24 7. M. B. & Betty Partrich Haven Ext.
Total front footage 2. 54.50 ft. PB D-63, Lot 10 Lot 35 100.00 300.00 P3 D-56. Lot 10.

Front feet assessed i OS200 ft. Blk A 100.00 300.00 7. E. L. & Iris Miller Pine Haven, PB D-24 BK! F :300,00SOUTH
A ft. 5. V. T. X Marjorie Alligood Sunshine' Est. Lot 38 100.00 3CO.OO
Total assessment $6.151.80 PB D-63, Lot 11. SIDE

NO. OWNER' DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 4. W. P. & Viola Jones Sunshine lot 1. J. W. & Jane Bowman Pine Haven, PB D-24 Let 5. Bik B leu 29.00 717.00
1. D. R. fc Josephine Bryant. Jr Creekside. PB D-54 PB D-63, IX 100.00 S 61' of E 47
Lot 51 8. 42 1I4JQS5X60 Blk A 100.00 300.00SOUTH X J. M. & Josephine Bur dge Pine Haven PB D-24 2. L. A. & Minnie Brown Ht- Est.. PB 611at4&S41'of

X E. M. .. Jean Reames 27-9-20. S 100 ft of N Lot 18 100.00 300.00
330 ft of E 264 n of SIDESunshine E 47" of Lot 5.Blk .
X C. D. & Georgia Watson. Pine Haven PB D-24 6100 10.11I
NWI44of $W'4 of 1. L. X Ella McElroy lot Lots 19 & 24 290.00 600.00 BHazen
4 X C. P. Keeter Est., PB D-17
100.00 300.00 PB D-63, 4. Marcetla M. Hartman Pine Haven PB D-24
X Lillian Needy 27-9 2Q, N 100 ft of SIS < Blk B loo-oa 300.00 Lot 25 100.00 3XI.00 W"i tot 2 & Let 3.Blk 1tUG 315.00

chs of E 4 chs 2. F. E. & Elizabeth. BerrySunshine Est. X J. So Dunn Pine aven. PB D-24 B
of SW' of NW4 less PB D-63, Lot S, Lot 39 100.00 3CO.CO 4. P. L. & KHiopeSirmopoulos : Hagen Est PB D17f'i

E 20n..ssW2t Blk BSunshine 100.00 300.00 4. H. D. X Ella Spell Pine Haven PB 0.2.Lot Let 2. Blk B I. 1400 11$.00

n. 100.00 300.00. X J. G. 8. Wlnelt Benton Est. 31 100.00 30?.00 Lot 1. Blk B
4. Nalpak ef Gainesville 29-7-20, Com. SW PB D-43. Lot 4. 7. B. A. 8 Ida Edwards Pine Haven PB D-24
cor NWVk BUt B 190.00 300.01'a Let 36 100.00 309 00
Sec E 1320.4 ft N William E. Faxon wife Sunshine Est X Mrs. D. H. Purvis Pine Haven PB D-24 ASSESSMENT ROLL
784,2 ft to POB W PB D-43. X Lot 37 100.00 300.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
134fN1000tE134ftS100ftteP08 Blk BSunshtne 100.00 300.00 NW 31st Ave.. from Its Intersection wif NM 6th yreet to Its mtef

S. P. V. X Marie Tanner Est. ASSESSMENT ROLL section with NW 4tn Terrace.
per DB 300-318 100.00 300.00 PB D-63, Lot 2. SEWERIn
X L. L. 1 lois Richardson\ 27-9-20. Beg. at SE -F' Blk BSunshine 100.00 300.00 NW 4th Street from Its Intersection with NW 36th Avenue run 700 feet south. Total length of line 40.61 ft.
cor of SWU ef HVf\k .. J. G. X Alice Austin Est. Total front footage 1.014.20 ft.
run N 4J ft W 20 PB D-43. Lot 1.Blk 1.C14JO ft.
700 oo n.1,44500ft.. Front footage assessed
: fttoPOBW114ftN B 100.00, 300.0 Total length of line S 3.00
Assessment per front foot
Total footage
171.3 n W 110 ft
ASSESSMENT ROLL Front footage to be assessed 1,200.00 ft. Total Assessment NORTH'i FRCST AMOUNT TO
t.a S front ft.
Rate of assessment per
t i POB less N ft from.Its Intersection with NW 8th Street run 250 feet west. Total Assessment $3400'CO Estates
100 of 32nd Place
In NW FRONT U K. C & Hazel MerwinX
E 114 n. 300.00 900.00 ciSSMENTOWNEIt DESCRISPTION D. PB D-17 Let F

27-7-JQ. com. at SW Total length of line tUG ft. Davis Pine Haven Ext.
.. Johnson a> Davis. nor NW4 Sec. E l Total front footage 566.4Front ft. 1. Barbara Sue PB D-54. Lot 2, SVnS'tt19X0, ,74.00 s

1320.6 ft N 326.* ft footage to be assessed 466.4 ft. She A 100.00 300.00 L. A. a Minnie Brown Hazen Estate,
w 134 ft N ton to S XOO per front ft.
Rate of assessment 2. 'J. E. t Jo Stokes Pine Haven Ext. ,
POBNIOftE114J Total Assessment 11.377.20NORTH PB D-56 Let t SflnofE17Ita
:.. ttStOftWll/ft ', SIDEDESCRIPTION FRONT AMOUNT TO IS lit A 100.N 300.08 Lot 5. BUt 1a7." 321.00
.. to POB, DB 277-111 80.00 240.00279M. ASSESSMENTOWNER FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED .
-, X R. W. X Norma Sym Pine Haven Ext. .X C. P. Keeter Hazen Estates.PB .
T. J. E. aV Edith" Johnson t com St. SW l 1. 0. L X Marlatil Staggs- Sunshine ad.. PB D-56 Lot 4, D-17, wv e* Let S
cor NWU Sec. E P8 D-6I, Lot BHc A 100.00, 300.00 & Let X BUt B 1os.. ,5.DI

1320.6 n N 326 S n Bile D 100.00,00.00. 4. J. H. X Marion BassittX Pine Haven Ext. 4. P. L. li Klltepe Hazen Estates. Y
W 114 ft to POB N 2. J. L. S. Jimmle Reed. Sr, AddSunshine Est. .0- PB D-56 Lot 5.Blk PB617.LOla ,
80 ft E 134 ft S 80 PB D-68. Lot 6 A 100.0000 '- Et Lot X Blk B lOUD ..N
fWI34ftBPOBless 5- BUt D 13.20 '24940 w. L. & Frances PIN Haven Ext. .. .
E 20 ft tor R-W Kfipatrtck PB D-54. Let 6. t SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
per DB 258-487 00.00 240.00 'K Blk A 100.00 300.00L .
SOUTH !.- C B. & Hyactoth Donaldson Hazen t
Kalb.t. IICWtilGa100' Add- s.n W. J. & Betty wnilams Pine Haven Ext. $0 ," 55 Eft1ee
t .
P, D. Carolyn : 60.00 180.00 1.-R. ft. ft Betty Fitzgerald PB D-68. Laf'Eat. PB D-56 Let 7, .. .. PB H-90 40X00I'
Suncrest, PB B-100 5 100.00 .SO Ilk C
6O.CO' : 300.00 Blk A
A. U Dyke* Lot 11. Blk G 180.00 Blk D 100.00 2. R. H. a Uilian HothemU Hazen Estates.
Suncrest PB B-100 X J. T; X Nettle Morgan Add- Sunshine Est. SIDEDESCRIPTION P90-17.005 .
,.. L. T. ft Laura Shearowsa Let IX Blk G 60.00 180.00 .. PB D-6S.LOt .. a, ; BC M-* 540.4 t
Blk D 100.00Add 390.001: :!f'
Suncrest, PB 8-'00 -
11. N. 0. aV Annta' Edgtrten Let IX Blk. G 40.00 180JO 3. ,CcargU Hedgea't" ', SunshiEat1Eft. 1. Sidney I Loretta Leopold!. Pme PBr>Haven 56Lo.Ext.3. .

Suncrest, PB B-100 .. PB Blk 8 loom 3aaM
IX I. W. ft Hull Nalbacti S SXU saM
Lot 14 Blk' O 40.00 180.00 Blk O

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1. SCHEDULE Friday, June 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun

NorttlMStmtftt described ". commence at Northwest 31st Avenue and FOR ASSES'3UL SANI1II. _:WER ASSESSMENT SOUTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

2. I. Street thence run West 350 feet to Manhole 96, 6026-G; In NW UtIt Street from Its Intersection with NW 31st No. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED I ASSESSMENT SOUTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT Tt t
from Its Avenue to Its Inter 2. M. E. & Eudora Hoover 29-9-20,
to let I 14t'1t5tnet. Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue section with NW 29t" Lane. Beg at NW No. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED"
a. lit Nerhwesfen3kd Jrd Intersection '. cor of Blk R Suncrest 1. C. K. ft Marie Hammon 29-9-20 Com. at SW ,
A e with Northwest 14th PB B-100
:, runt
'treet ON'ortfhromt Total length of line '
to Its Intersection 500.00 K. comer of SWA, run
.. With Street; Total front footage : W to hlway 24X5 E
NortIs+st JJn- Avenue from Its 1136.60 ft. i.. : : N 38 min E 4624 ft
to Its Intersection with Northwest 14th Street Front footage assessed -r to SW cor of
J Intersection with Northwest 13th Street; 998.40 ft. S 89 deg. 26 min.
f.Street tvU3ut:: from Its Intersection with Northwest 14th Assessment per front Ft. S 3.00 :- 100'&Lat4&WY 52.3 ft to POB Sit
IonAvenue. Total Assessment
S2.995.80WEST 26 min E 12714ft
*" .
lJSJwJ """- 13th Street;
Co iN it? of Lot S Blk R Sun-
to r.westlon14tft: Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue ASSESSMENT crest PB B-100 less N 34 min E 341.2
Hs Northwest 29th Lane; SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ft S 89 deg 26 min E
7 .i. NO. OWNER Let 4 It Wef .
Nortbwest from Its Intersection with Northwest 14th Street DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED I11.1ftN34min .
to its Intersection/ tftlIt.ad.' 13th Street; 1. E. W. & Emma Burch Magnolia Perk, PB Lot 5. 125.00 375.00 wim';; EI7.lftNltdeg26. .

t i. Northwest 34th Place from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street C-58 Lots 1, 2, 3. & X Erwin & Dorothy Slabaugh. Suncrest PB B-100 .. minW2lftN34
to Its Intersection with Northwest 12th Terrace; 11, Blk 1 342.15 1,024.45 Blk R Lot 4 ft Wtt .. [ minE242.fftN19deg
t. IN: Northwest 12tn Terrace, from Its Intersection with Northwest 34th 2. C. A. Powell Magnolia Park, PB of Lot 5 8X30 244.90 24 min E 29 NN3deg4tminE

Piece 12 its Intersection with Northwest 30th Avenue; C-58 Lot 10. Elk 1 106.01 318.24 4. J. M. 8. Mary Kelly Suncrest PB B-100 -
10. '"Northwest 33rd Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street 3. R. J. &. Betty Peers' Magnolia Park PB EVt Lot S Lot 6 652.7 ft N 89 deg 26minW462.60S34

to its Intersection with Northwest 12th Terrace; C-58 Lot IX Ilk 1 126.07 371.21 Blk R 79.90 239.70 .
n. IN Northwest 31st Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street 5. T. J. ft Clarice. Collins Lot yesBIk B-100 f: min W 296.7 ft N 88 ,
to Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION 0 60.00 110.00 deg 42 min w 1064ftN34minE2OL.7
12. IB NtrtBwtst 30th Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street :. E. W. I Emma Burch Magnolia Park. PB 4. L. B. ft lone Daughtry Suncrest PB B-100 .

to Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; Cost Lot I, Blk 2 104.08 311.24 Let 4. Bile 0 60.00 180.00 ft N 89 deg 26 min
13. la Northwest 29th place from its Intersection with Northwest 9th Street 2. Byron M. Reber Jr. Magnlia Park PB 7 G. E. ft Mary Squires tit B-100 209 n S 38 min W
to Its Intersection with Northwest Tth Terrace; C-S Lot 7, Bik 2 106.01 318.34 Lots 7 Blk 0 120.00 360.00I. 123X5 ft 51 acre OR
U..IN Northwest 29th Place, from Its Intersection with Northwest 9th Street 3. Forest S. Hilly+rd Magnolia Park. PB Sadie L. Wilson Suncrest PB B-100 29-137 Includes theatre

run arlfhweswtei35th: C-58 Lot 6. Blk 2 106 07 311.21 Lot 5, Blk L 40.00 180.00 property56.60 1,349.89
18. Avenue from Ks intersection 'wltl'l Northwest 13th Streetto 4. Ernest Tew & Wayne Mason Magnolia Park. PB

Its Intersection with Northwest 8th Street; C-M Lot 3. BIX; 2 106.07 318J1 ASSESSMENT ROLL
17. IN Northwest 37th Read from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Streetto f. J. C ft Menteen Austin Suncrest PB B-100 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue; ''Lot 6, Bk L 60.00 180.00

19. la Northwest izth Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Roadto ASSESSMENT ROLL 10. Frank Naomi Scott Suncrest PB B-100 NW 35th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its In'-'- .
its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue; FOR SANITARY SEWER Lot 7 & 8. Blk L 120.00 360.00 section with NW 8th Street.
20..In Northwest 12th Street from its Intersection with Northwest 35th Avenueto In NW 34th Road, from its intersection with NW 14th Street to Its Intersec 11. H. W. & Evelyn Deurloo Suncrest PB B-100
Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue; Ion with NW 13th Street Lot 5, Blk H 40.00 180.00 Total length of line 1702.00 ft.
21. la Northwest! 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 12th Street Total length of line 641.00 ft. 12. J. F. ft Nancy Henry Suncrest PB B-100 Total front footage 3.420.05 ft.
to its Intersection with Northwest 11th Street; Total front footage 1.287.00 ft. Lot 4, Blk H 40.00 180.00 Front footage to be assessed 3350.85 ff.
12..18 Northwtst nth Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenue Front feet to be assessed 1.287.00 ft. 13. E. ft Louise Bohannon Suncrest PB B-100 Rate of assessment S
to ..' intersection with 31st per front ft.
Northwest Avenue
; Rate of Total
S 3.00 per front ft. Lot 7, Bit H 60.00 180.00 assessment SI0.052J5
tilt Northwest 36th Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 12th Total Assessment ASSESSMENT
1344100NORTHWEST 14. H. W. & Evelyn Duertoo Suncrest PB B-100 NORTH
Street to Its Intersection with Northwest 5th Street NO. AMOUNT TO
FRONT Let 8. Blk H 60.00 180.00
!3. IN Northwest 1Mb street from Its Intersection with Northwest 35th Avenue AMOUNT TO DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
NO. OWNER 1. R. G. Welch
15. W.
to Its DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSEDForest H. ft Ethel Ervin Suncrest PB B-100 Springstead PB D-9
Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue;
1. Forest Hillyard Park PB Lot S & 9, Blk E 120.00 360.00
24. IN Northwest 33rd Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 10th C-45 Lot 3 less R-W DB
Lot 1. Blk 12 16. C. T. & Laverne Suncrest PB B-100
90.00 270.00 Dowling 351-363 .
Street to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street 480 00
; .
2. L. P. % W. P. &
Chappell Jr. Forest E 50.00 Gwendolyn Benz
Park. PB C-45 Lot 10 Blk 150.00
27. IN Northwest 8th Street from its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenueto Springstead PB D-9
Its Intersection with Northwest 31 st Place; Lot 6 & Lot 7. 17. B. ft Lula RIsebrook Suncrest PB B-100 Lots 4 & 5 166.00 49800
18.. IN Northwest 31st Place from its Intersection with Northwest 8th Streetto Blk 12 180.00 540.00Forest Lots 11 & IX Blk E 110.00 330.00 3. W. R. & Sally Williams Springstead PB D-9
Its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 3 E. H. Margurite Page Park PB C4SI 11. S. H. 8. Claronell Harre Suncrest PB B-100 Lot 6 83.40 250.20
29. IN Northwest 32nd Place from its Intersection with Northwest 8th Streetto I Lot 5, Elk 17 90.00 270.00 Lots 13 & 14 Blk E 120.00 360.00 4. P. & Mary Cane (Philip) 29-9-20 E 125 ft of
Its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 4. R. S. & Sybil Wood Forest Park, PB C-45 19. Atlanta B. Gardner Suncrest PB B-100 W 572.1 ft Of S 183 ft

:30..IN Northwest 32nd Place from its Intersection with Northwest 8th Street. Lot 4, Blk 12 90.00 270.00 Lot 8 & 9. Blk C 120.00 360.00 ef that part North
run 250 feet West; 5. T. J. Collins Jr. Forest Park PB C-45 20. P. L. & Kaliope Sirmopoulos Suncrest PB B-105 ef 35th Ave. 125.00 37500
II..IN Northwest 34th Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 8th Street S'4 Lot X Blk 12 90.00 270.00 Lot 10 Blk C 50.00 150.00 5. J. R. ft Lois Parker 29-9-20 Lot as per
to Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; 4. E. R. t Pauline Riley Forest Park PB C-4J 21. A. L. Dykes Suncrest PB B-100 DB 355-124 125.00 375.00
12.111 Northwest 34th Place, from its Intersection with Northwest tth Streetto com at NW cor of NW Lot 11, Blk C 50.00 150.00 *. Parkview Baptist Church Inc. Creekside. PB D-54
Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 35th Rd & NW 13th 22. Ola Humphreys ft Mrs. L. J. Suncrest PB B-100 Lot 49 & W/i
IX.IN Northwest 34th Avenue. from Its Intersection with Northwest Ith Street.S4.7nnNertnwtst'4tii St. run S-WUY along Studstlll Lots 12 8. 13. Bile C 120.00 360.00 Lot 48 150.00 430.00
NW 35th Rd to SW 23. D. 4 Nellie Weaver Suncrest PB B-100 7. Robert D. & Patricia Paul Creekside, PB D-54

Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 34th Avenueto cor of Lot X N on W Lot 14 Blk C 60.00 110.00 Lot 47 & EV| Lot 48 150.00 450.00
Its Intersection with Northwest 34th Avenue; line Of Lot 2 250 ft 24. Faith Independence Baptist Church Suncrest PB B-100 I. Lynda W. Ramey Creekside, PB D-54
IS..IN Nerthwtst 6th Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 34th Avenue, E'LY to point 140 ft Lot IX Blk A 50.00 150.00 Lot 46 107.45 32295
36."IN"Nortnw'trtUSth N of POS- 140 ft 2$. K. A. & Doris Boats Suncrest PB B-100 9. J. G. ft Ruth Davis Crefksidf PB D-54

Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenueto to POB 147.00 441.00 Lot 13 ft 14. Blk A 100.00 300.00 Lot ;14. 45, 4 W.j
Its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenue 7. R. A. & Flossie Preston Forest Park. PB C-45, 26. T. A. Hylton Suncrest PB B-100 Lot 44 275.45
17..IN Northwest 4th Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 34th Avenue 10. L. W. ft Ara Smith 52635Lot
Blk 8 also St. between Lots 15. 14 Bile A 100.00 300.00 Creekside, PB D-54
run 700 feet South; 36th Avenueto Blks 8 & 9 as 27. Jessie R. Resch Life f .t. Suncrest PB B-100 43 & E'/i Lot 44 150.00
31. In Northwest 3rd Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 11. P. M. & Frances 450.00
per DB 347-486 & Lots 1 17, Blk A 1.51.50 454.50 Boothby Jr. Creekside PB D-S11L
Its Intersection with I Northwest 33rd Avenue;

If. IN Northwest 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 5th Streetto all 81k3lessN210ft as per DB 360-35 280.00 840.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL C. L ft Nell Prince C eekside. PB D-54 127.00 381.00Lot

Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; 8. W. C. & Selma Friedel Forest Park. PB C-45 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 42Creekside
M. IN Northwest 33rd Avenue, from its Intersection with Northwest. 3rd Street N 240 ft of Blk 9 I IX A. R. & Ella Sanderson PB 0.54 100.00 300.00

run 300 feet East, less R.W DB 353 NW 30th Avenue, from Its intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Intersection Lot 40 120.00
41. IN Northwest 32nd Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Streetto pg 177 320.00 940.00 with NW 6th Street. 360.00SOUTH

Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; Total I length of line X377.00 n.
4X IN Northwest 31st Lane from Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Streetto Total front footage 4827.50 n. 1. I. E. ft Alene Smith Forest Park SIDE PB DESCRIPTION

4X IN Its Northwest Intersection 31st with Avenue Northwest, from 4th Its Street Intersection; with Northwest 4th Streetto ASSESSMENT ROLL Front feet to be assessed 4.827JO ft. C-45 Lots X 4. 5,
FOR SANITARY SEWER Assessment rate per front ft. S 3.00 Blk 1 less R-W
Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Terace; In NW 34th Place from %. Same C. 137.40 412.20
(4. IN Northwest 4th Terrace from Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenueto section with NW 12th Terrace.Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to its Inter Total Assessment S14482JONORTH Haymans, Trustee Forest Park PB

Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Line; Total length of line ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO C-45 Lots 1 & 2 !Ilk!
45. IN Northwest 44th Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Streetto Total front 324.00 ft. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 1 also Beg. at SE
6th Street footage 680.40 ft. 1. Sun Oil Co. cor. of Lot 1 run E
Its Intersection with Northwest ; Front feet 2!-!-20, Beg. at NW
44. IN Northwest 12t1l Terrace from Its Intersection with Northwest 44th Avenutto Assessment assessed 335.00 ft. cor of Blk R Sun- 99.6 ft N 99.6 tt W
Its Intersection with Northwest 43rd Avenue; per front ft. S 3.00 crest, PB B-100, run W 99.6 n S 99 6 H 20800 624.DO
Total assessment 3. Dorothy A. ft Patricia L
from its Intersection with Northwest iztn 81,005.00e Clf.ton Cottage Grove
47. IN Northwest 43rd Avenue to pt. 100 ft E of Hi- Park
Terrace to Its Intersection with Northwest 10th Street; way R-W 8. to POB PB C-84V Lots 4, 5.
41 Northwest Itth Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 44th ? ASSESSMENT NO. OWNER NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO W 100 ft S 242.5 ft E 4. H. E. ft Jeanne Streit 5. 6 310.20 930.60
to Its intersection with Northwest 41st Avenue; DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE ASSESSED D- 100 n N 24X5 ft PB Cottage Grove Park
49.In Northwest 4th Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue.SO. NONE 313-45 10C.JO 300.00 PB C-86W Lot 2 less

2. M. E. & Eudora Hoover 29-9-20 at KW W 6 ft of N 100 ft. 100.00
Beg. 300.00
Street 5.
W. G. ft
50 Bt :::rthwest072nd Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION cor. of Blk R Mary Mitchell Cottage Grove Park

to its tlcrsrit Northwest 6th Street; Street 1. Parkview Baptist Church Forest Park PB Suncrest PB B-100 PB C-84V4 Lot 1 &
.s1.1I Northwest from Its intersection with Northwest 13th C-45 Lots 1, 2, X 4 run W to Hlway S Lot 50 Creekside as
to its intersection with Northwest 12th Terrace; 42nd 5, & 4, Blk 2 less 2423ftCtoSW Per PB D-S4 199.20 597.60
its intersection with Northwest 4. J. G. & Ruth Davis
n. In Northwest R-W Creekside
335.00 1005.00 cor. of Blk R N to PB D-54
Avenue to Its Intersection with Northwest 39th tiwith Northwest 42nd Avenuet Beg. less W 100 ft 7. U E. & Joyce Cake Lots 52 53 & 54 334.55 1003.65
S3. II Northwest 12t' rhwestrom & Lot 4 & WVi of Lot Creekside PB D-54
its intersection t:1tt Avenue; 42nd Avenue ASSESSMENT ROLL 5, Blk R Suncrest Lot 55 111.00 333.00
U.t with Northwest
Northwest its intersection FOR SANITARY .. T. ft Anne
In SEWER PB B-100 125.00 375.00 LIneweaver (Thomas) PB D-54

n. t:1I Its Northwest intersection 41st with Northwest Avenue. from 41st Avenue its ;Intersection with Northwest 12th section In NW with 12th NW Terrace 30th Avenue.from.Its Intersection with NW 34th Place to Its Inter- X T. J. ft Betty Ellis Suncrest PB B-100, Creekside 111.00 333.00

6th Street; Lot X Blk R ....60 16X80
Street to its intersection 40th "Avenue with, Wtf: Intersection with Northwest 12th Drive Total length of line 1,414.00 ft. 4. T. G. ft Alice Campbell Suncrest PB B-100
5L la Northwest
Street Total front footage 2173.50 ft. Lot I R 5X30 159.90 ASSESSMENT ROLL
to its Intersection 12tt1 with arV Its Intersection with, Northwest 39th Front footage to be assessed 1664.60 ft. .. C. F. ft Lubedia Beach cr2st 81PB B-100 FOR SANITARY SEWER__ n __.

21n Northwest Intersection with Northwest 40th Avenue; Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Lot 1, Blk I RSuncrest 53.30 159.90 In NW 36th Road, from Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to is inter.
to Its
Avenue from Us Intersection with Northwest 121 h Total assessment 84,993.80 4. C. L. ft Audrey Bollard PB B-100 i section with NW 36th Avenue.
51. I. Northwest 3ttt Avenue. . .. rl _
Intersection wim Normwesi< urn 0 60.00 110.00
Drive to
5*. IN Northwest ,tit Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 41st Avenue to ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 7. Sylvia Cherney SuncrestIPB rc stBltB B"1N Total length of lint 1958.50 ft.
Us Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue; OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 60.00 110.00 Total front footage 3814.15 ft.
40. In Northwest Tth Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenueto 1. Parkview Baptist Church, Inc. Forest Park. PB t. R. S. Sprow only) SLot estB1PB B.100 Front footage to be assessed 2932.72 ft.

Its Intersection with Northwest 40th Avenue C-45 Lot IX Blk S 112.50 337.50 2. Blk 0 60.00 110.00 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
II. In Northwest 3ith Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 5th Street 2. L. R. & Elizabeth Means Forest Park PB 9. L. ft Dora Valentine (Lester) Suncrest PB B.100 Total Assessment: $8,798.14

to Ks Intersection with Northwest 3rd Street 1, Blk 3 112.50 337M Lot 1. Blk 0 60.00 110.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT
42. IN Northwest 4th street. from Its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenueto 3. R. L. t Gladys King Su crest PB B-100 10. B. M. & Dorothy Silter, Jr. Slincrest PI BI00Lots NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED TO

Its intersection wri Northwest 31st Lane Lots 6, 7, & I, 4. Blk L 60.00 110.00 1. Mary S. Philip, Trustee Springhead, PB D-9
43..In Northwest JJrd Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 5th Street Blk PSuncrest 180.4D 541.20 11. J. C. & Monteen Austin Suncrest PB 8100lots Part of Lot 1 as per

run 200 feet West; 4. Margaret E. Crlckenberger PB B-100 2. 3. 5. 4. Blk L 120.00 360.00 DB 318454Springstead U2.4J
44. In Northwest 33rd Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 3rd Street Lots 9 10, Blk P 120.00 360.00 I%. D. R. ft Vivian Bynum Sunerest PB B-I00 2. Mary S. Philips PB D-9 .27."

i. run 150 feet West; Main Streetto 5. G. W. & Alice Weseman Suncrest PB B-100 lot 1. Blk L 60.00 180.00 Part of Lot 1 as per
with North IX I. .
Intersection C. 8
C Northeast 23rd Avenue from Its Wright
45. U Lot 9. Blk Q 60.00 180.00 Suncrest PB B.100 DB 317479Springstead "9.30
Its Intersection with Northeast Sth Terrace Northeast 23rd Avenueto 4. M. E. t Aveline McLeod Suncrest PB B.100 Lots 3 5. 4. Blk' H 120.00 360.00 X C. D. ft Lynn Monk PB D-9 547.90
intersection with
its 14. C.
46. In Northeast Stn Terrace from K. ft Ann Bussard
Lot 10, Blk Q 60.00 110.00 Sunerest PB B.I00 Part of Lot 1 as per
Its Intersection with North Main Street; 7. G. W. & Alice Weseman Lots
Suncrest PB B-100 1 5. 2. Blk H 120.00 360.00 DB 281-347 194.20
IX W. H. & Ethel Ervin 4. G. E. ft Elizabeth Wolff 582.60
ASSESSMENT ROLL Lots 11, IX & IX Suncrest PB B-1oo 29920. Lot on Hog-
i SEWERIn Lots 6 7. Blk E 120.00 360.00 town Creek NW
Emily Jeffcoat
EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION Suncrest PI B.I00 35th Rd. as per
t: Commence at NW 31st Avenue and NW 14th 1. Parkview Baptist Church Cottage Grove Park Lot 5. Blk ,E 50.00 .1 DB 347 Pg 86 111.35
described as. 17. O. H. 355.05
an easement ft Myrtle Wolfmeyer 5. G. E. ft Elizabeth Wolff t
West 350 feet to Manhole 94 4026-C. t PB C-86V4 Lots 7, 8, Suncrest PB B.I011 29.t.2O. 111.35' on
{ Street thence run & Wtt Lot 9 239.00 717.00 Lots 3 .. Blk E 110.00 NW 36th Rd. as per
2. W. C. ft Rachel IX C. H. ft Claronell
Mallard Harrell
371.00 ft.t Suncrest PB B-100 Sunerest PB B.I00 DB 354458.Creekside 111.35
Total length of line 549.74 ft. Lots 4 ft 5. Blk M 120.20 360.60 Lots 1 a 2. Blk E 120.00 ;. 6. A. E. ft Bennllent" Pennisl PB D-54 355.05
Total front footage 3. L. L. ft 19. Maggie M.
ft.Rate Marie Linden Suncrest PB B-100 Kinsey Suncrest P8 B.I00 Lot 12Creekside
t Front footage to be assessed front ft. Lot 3. Blk M Lots 6 5. 7. 7. C. H. Donovan 212.72 638.16
S 3.00 per 60.00 180.00 Blk C 120.00 360.00 PB D-54
Assessment 20.
of $1,117.22 4. E. E. ft Clara Cline Suncrest PB B-100 F. W. ft Joan Vosburgh Suncrest PB B.100 Lot IICreekside 157.15

1' ASSEi .ressment: NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lots 1 & X Blk M 120.00 360.00 21. L. H. Lots 4 5. 5. Blk C 100.00 300.00 X S. F. Foglt PB D-54 47X55
S. W. E. ft Ada
Smith Scofield
Suncrest PB B-100
NO. OWNER Lots 8 8. 9, Blk N 120.00 Lat 3. Blk C 9. J. W. Oliver 47X74
PB C 360.00 60.00 eksidePB
\. Forrest Park > 110.00 D-54
+ Miller 4. D. 2:. J. L. ft
1. Al ne B. E. ft Delores Vaughn Suncrest PB B-100 Jessie Sparkman Suncrest PB B.100
45 Lot 15 less E. 9 8 Lot 8 150.22
10. Creek 450.44
\I 174* 147.70 443.10 Lot 7, Blk N 60.00 180.00 2X J. Lots 1 & 2. Bit, C 121.00 363.00 E. G. ft Laura Newman PB D-54
E. ft
7. G. H. 8. Ollle Barrs Suncrest PB B-100 Nlta Stanley Suncrest PB B.I00 Lot 7
Lot 4, Blk N Lots 11. R. L. ft Marallst Curran 100.15 300.45
SOUTH SIDE 60.00 180.00 9,10 & n. Creekside PB 0-54
DESCRIPTIONMagnolia t. Ezra E. Smith ft Martin Chitty Suncrest PB B-100 Lot
24. K. R Suncrest 150.00 .cso.OO I 6 100.15
ft P. M. 300.45
Margaret Owens Bruun
Lot 5. Blk N .
1. W. F. t Kathleen Sheppart Park PBC51 60.00 180.00 P8 B.I00 Creekside PB D-'"
Lots 6 & 7, Lots 6. 7 I. Blk A 150.00 .s0.00 Lot 5
25. W. 11147
B. ft 13. G.
Bile 1 248.04 744.12 Dynya Martin Jr Suncrest PB B.l00 E. ft LYdia BIgelow Creekside PB 0-54 335.01

ASSESSMENT ROLL let 5. Blk A 101.41 Jew.23 Let 4 111-41

ASSESSMENT ROLL In NW 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Infer 1. W. F. ft SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION SIDEDESCRIPTION
section with NW 12th Terrace. Kathleen Sheppard
SEWERIn 29-20. at
1. L. C. ft Lucille
NW 14th Street from Its Intersection with NW 31st Avenue to Its Intersection Total length of line cor of Bk S. Sun- Bartley Springstead, PB D-7

with NW 33rd Avenue. Total front footage 358.50 ft. crest PB B-100 run Lot 1 S Of NW 37 Rd.
Front 678.30 n. W to Hlwav S .9.1 ft 25 by 90- adl. as
Total length of line 445.00ft. footage to be assessed 575.50 ft. E to SW torr of Sun- !. per or 43-377
G. 2M.OO
Rate W. ft
of assessment Frances 140.00
Total front footage 1,240.00 ft. Total t 3.00 per front ft. crest S-D N 19.1 ft Dekle 29-9-20, E 25145 of

Front footage to be assessed 1260.00 ft. ASSESSMENT Assessment: S1.724.50 2. R. W. ft sjidred to Beg. 275." 127.70 W '31."* of NWV4 of
t Rate assessment S 3.00 per front ft. NO. NOETH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Blaze Suncrest PB B.1:1O: NWtt S of NW 36

Total assessment S3.7IO.00 1. Parkview OWNER Baptist Church Inc. DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 3. Betty J. Williams Lots 13 14. Blk S 111.40 5<<.20 Rd. less S 203' ft less
ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Forest Park PB C- Suncrest PB B.I00 N 90 of S 293 of W
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTON FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 45 Part of Lot 7 & 4. 0. S. Lot 12, Bik 71.00 210.00 25' less or 249-363
1. S. W. & Llllie Bostlck: Forest Park PB C- 2. A. T. ft Lots I & 9, Blk 3 '".00 465.00 Harris Jr. Suncrest. PB :.,00 3. D. ft Evalena Reddick (Dalfci) Creekside PB D-54 171.20 513.40
45 E 174 ft of Lots Evelyn Douglas Forest Park PB C-
11, BIk 70.00 Lot 15Creekside
I 14. 15. Ilk 12 200.00 600.00 43Lot10&W30'of 5. W. R. & Barbara Davis Suncrest. PB :.,00 21D.00 4\ R. A. ft Elizabeth Stvebt PB 0... 107.85 323."

t. Capital Enterprises Inc. Forest Park, PB C- Lot 11. Blk 3 90.00 270.00 4. C. V. ft Lot 10, Bik 72.50 217.50I Lot 16
45 Lots 12 & IX 3. Lula Jones Forest Park PB C661ot12&B30'of- Martha Powers. Jr. Suncrest. PB :.,00 5. R. A. & Elizabeth Stuebe Creekside PB 0.54 107." 323.44

X Mrs. H. L. Bevltle Jr. Blk Forest 12 Park. PB C- 200.00 600.00 Lot 11, Ilk I 90.00 270.00 I 7. F. & Helen Jones (Frederick) Lot Suncrest 9, Elk, PB SB.100 72.50 217.50 4. W. O. ft GIsela Weyrauch Lot 17Creekside, PB D-54 100.15 300.45

45 Lots 10. 11. 12. .. Lois Lot BIk 72.SO !1130st Lot 18
13 Blk 12 less lots SOUTH SIDE B. Williams Life Estate Suncre SB.,00 7. J. L. ft Bllllelo) Mauldln CreekdePflD-54, 100.15 300.45
12 & 13 200.00 600.00 1. R. L. ft Gladys King Forest Park PB C- Lot 1, 81k 72.50 Lot It

4. J. M. & Imogene Nash Forest Park. PB C. 43Lot1&Lot10less 9. Mary E. McGllvary Suncrest, PB$8.100 217.50 X W. B. ft Dynya Martin Jr. Creekside, PB D-54" 100.15 300.45:

45 Lot f, Blk 12 80.00 240.00 RW. Blk 4 t, Lot 6. Blk S Let 20
Suncrest PB B-10, 10. Federal Housing Commission 10.00 210.DO 100.15 300.45
I. Grace Presbyterian Church Forest Park PB C- 240.50 721 JO 11. C. L. 8, Pat Shore LOI 3::, Dlk. PB SSuncrest B-100 70.00 210.00

45 Lots 4, 7, & I,
Blk 11 148.00 304.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL 12. E. E. i Carolyn GuntcIX Lot 4. Blk S 70.00 210.00. FOR ASSESSMENT ROLL

t. Grace Presbyterian Church Forest PB C- FOR SANITARY SEWER Suncrest PB B-100 SANITARY SEWER

\ BIH 45 Lots 11Forest f ii 112.00 33&.00 section In NW with 31st NW Avenue 6th Street.from Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Inter E. E. ft C. S. BussardR Let Suncrest X Blk PB S&100 70.00 210.00 section In NW with 12th NW 36th Street Avenue., from Its Intersection with NW 36th Read to its Inter

1 3. Mrs. H. L. Bevllle, Jr. Park. PB C43Lot45S26ft S. L. Thornton Lot X Ilk S 77JO 232.50
Total length ef line 230400 Suncrest PB B-100 length of line 350.00 ft.

I of Lot 7. Blk 10 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 4555.65 ft.ft. 15. J. H. ft Muriel Harrell Sr. Lot 1, Blk S 77 JO 23X50 Total front footage 73100 ft.
Front footage to be assessed Suncrest. PB B-100 Front footage to be assessed 725.00ft.XOO .
4. M. 8. Mariory Morgan Forest Park. PB C45 4495.65 ft.
Rate of 16. Lots 1 9, !Ilk! F 120.00 Rate of Assessment B
.. CMarcellus) N 34 ft of Lot 7 assessment S 3.00 per front ". Amanda L. Guest 360.00 Total Assessment: per front ft.
Total Assessment Suncrest PB B-100 12.175..00'ASSESSMENT
& Lot a..S 20 ft : 813,486.95
ef Let?. Blk 10 100.00 300.00 17. Sally VfppermanIX Lots 10 & 11. Blk F 100.00 300.00 NO. OWNER WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

45 N 40 ft ef Lots NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE TO Catherine K. Morgan Lot 12. Bit F 60.00 180.00 29-9-20 Beg. a> SW
ft Lot 10 BIll: 10 100.00 300.00 1. H. C. ft Margaret Whiteheuse 29-9-20 N IIP Of W BE ASSESSED Suncrest PB B100Lots censer ef Intersection
308...* of SWA & 13 ft 14, Bik F NW 36th Rd ft

ASSESSMENT ROLL alley ad| on N side I,. J. C. ft Pearlle Fisher DB 347443Suncrest 120.00 340.00 NW 12th St. as a
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn abts1,3a3.81k PB B-100 located In the

J NY/ 33rd Avenue, from Its Intersection with NW 14th Street to Its Inter Q of Suncrest, PB 20. M. F. ft Nellie Brunson Lot I. Blk D 60.00 180.00 S.NW 51 V degrees 29-9-20 W.run '
section with NW 13th Street. B-100 & DB 288-460 Suncrest PB B-100 RW .
315.10 along of NW
Total' length of line 391 JO ft. 2. G. L. ft Judy Fleming Suncrest PB B.100 1155.30 21. W. L. ft Eva Studstin Lot 9, Btk DSuncrest 60.00 110.00 36th Rd. 15X 47* run

Total Front front feet to footage be assessed 311.75 845.00 ft.ft. 3. A. W. 8. Thebna Fletcher SunuesePB N B-100 60.00 150.N 22. A. N. ft Ola Cowan Life Estate Let 10 .Inc PB D B-100 50.00 150.00 S.14 N.degrees 74 degrees E. 90'run

i Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Lot X Bit N 40.00 Suncrest. PB B-100 C. 104.55 to W. RW -
Total assessment 1954.25 4. J. G. ft Blllle Powell Suncreit PB B-100 180.00ISO. Lots 11A IX Ilk D of NW 12th St.

ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot X alt N 40.00 2X K. H. t Louise. EMit DB 339-449 110.00 330.00 thence run N. 1J4.78
OWNER DESCRIPTION J- S. A. ft Viola A. Moore Suncrest 00 Suncrest PB B-100
NONE Lot 1. Blk N 60.00 24. J. J. ft Marie Hetonan Sunis ft 14, Blk D 121.20 34340 249-343. 157.09 471.09
t. Alpha H. Daplan Suncrest PB B-100 180.00 PB B-100 X 6. W. 1 Frances Cikle: .

i SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Lets 3 ft 4, Blk K 120.00 2 5. C R. ft WIHIt McCall Let /. Ilk B 50.00 150.00 W 3s eestiww'ls0if
1. J. H. ft Gladys Bockler Forest Park. PB C45 7. Lillian E. Scott Suncrest PB B-100 360.00 Suncrest. PB B-100 NWUSof HW 36

Lot 1, Blk 10 104.25 311.75 Let 2, Ilk K 60.00 U J. A. ft Adotyen HerxJricts Let 7, Blk B 50.00 150.00 Rd. less S 203 8
2. J. H. fc Gladys Bockler Forest Park PB C-45 t. J. F. ft Nellie Reddick Suncrest PB B-100 180.00 Suncrest, PB B-100 less N 90 of S 293
Let 10. Blk 7 104.25 318.75 Let 1. Ilk K W 44 n ef Let 3 8 ef w 25' less er
J. J. H. ft Gladys Beckler Forest Park. PB O45 9. J. S. ft Delia Zorn Suncrest PB B-100 40.00 180.00 27. Am & Virginia Morgan Lets rest BPS ft 6. lilt 8 194.00 512.00 249-363 261.00 804.00

Lot 1, Ilk 7 104J5 311.75 Let 4, Blk G 60.00 Suet B-100
10. Albert M. & Annie Mlxot Suncrest PB B-100 180.00 Lot 1, Blk B 10U9 304.17
X Bits G
FOR SANITARY SEWER 11. H. D. Smith 60.00 180.00 DESCRIPTIONCreekside
In NW 32nd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 14th Street to Its Inter. Lot 2. alt PB B-100 G ASSESSMENT ROLL 1.1. H. ft Emily Wallace, Jr. PB D-54
section with NW 13th Street. IX James ft Ella Joseph Suncrest PB 44.00 110.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER I Let 13 100.00 300.00
B-100 in NW 2. A. J. F. 8, Lillian Green CreeksJde PB D-24
Lot 1, lit G 29tti Place from
Total of lint IX J. 40.00 180.00 Its intersection with NW 9th Lot 14Creekside 100.00-.00
length 384.00ft. W. ft Barbara Johnson Seminole Hts. PB section with NW 7th Terrace. Street ta Its biter
Total front footageFront 15000 I 3. T. U ft Elinor Bailey PB D-54
ft. A-148. ,I Total length
Lot 11 of line
feet assessed 437 JO ft. 14. D. E. Coggln Seminol His. PB 40.00 180.00 Total front footage 370.00 ft. Let 28 10040 30044
Assessment per front foot t 3.00 822.00ft.
A-148. Let Front
19 footage to M
Total assessment 11.912.50 IX E. D. & Prances Carman Seminole His. PB 2JO 187JO Rate of assessment assessed 822.00 ft. ASSESSMENT ROLL

ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO A-14S. Lot 21 12150 Total Assessment: 8 3.00 per front ft. FOR SANITARY SEWER

NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 16.I Agnes Papas Mary E. Bailey S-O 347JO ASSESSMENT 8X466.00NORTH tn NW 12th Street from Its Intersection with NW 35th Avenue ta Hi tnf.,.
1. Frank Powell Forest Park. PB C45 PB A-107 W 130.2T NO. OWNER SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO section with NW 31st Avenue.

Lot 5, Ilk ia 106JS 318.75 ef Lot 4 less N 300 1. M. F. ft Nellie DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Total length ef lint 1.271.OG ft.
1. J. H. Gladys Bockler' 43a ash Park, PB C- W Brunson Suncrest PB B-100 Total front Footage X9S2JO ft.

Ilk S & 4, 17. Nora Mahaffey Lift Est. Mary E. dais Spa .RW 130JS 394L75 2. Lena Askbuen Lets 6 4 7, Ilk D 128.00 340.00 Front footage assessed 2472.20 ft.

7 21X50 637JO A-107. S liar Suncrest PB 8100Lots Assessment per front ft. 8 XOO

of E 91' of Lot 4 1.2,3.45.5. Total assessment CE4 fRONT
1. Grace Presbyterian Church Forrest Park. PB 1& J. 8. ft Gertrude Strickland 91.00 27X00 SOUTH SIDc 844.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED

C-45 Lot 1. Blk 11' 104JS 31175 Mary-E. .Bailey N tar S-D of W 1. W. B. Adams ft Jeslt A. Ayer 29-20 E 70 yds efSW 1. Parkview Baptist Church Inc. Cottage Grove Park

2. Grace Presbyterian Church C-45 Forest P j,14 125 of SV4 of Let 3 \* ef NEU ef SWtt. a5s4iadys, Lets 1

Blk 6 211M 437J9 ft Let N 4 27T also of w E rou 91* of 2. W. J. ft Lorraine Adams 29-9-29 less N N 100 100 Of of E E 50 160.00 _01 2. B.E. ft paa PltmmonsX Cottage Grevt Park, 16044 4

PB C-84Y* Eto
1t. J. R. i Nellie Neal Mary 151.3 ef Let 3 119J5 399.23 50 of SWIG of NEV4ef t t
ASSESSMENT ROLL E. Bailey S-O 10 0. W11Itema Oliver) SWIG DB 3Of.2I3.so.00 moo Ruth M. ZMenberg Cottage Grove P UII 2
FOR SANITARY SEWER PB A-107. W 121.2S" 2t+20 N 100 of W PB :
I C-84W Let
I" NW 31st Avenue from Its InterMctton with NW ,4th StrMt t. Its pit ef E. 4s.* of Lot 210 ef SEU of NEVi 4. W. D. Henry SuAcrest, PB ; 1t m
,ledlon with NW 13th Street."s eF 2 W of Htway less N ef SW% 211.00 630.00 Lets a & 7, Btk 119JO 357.94

20. J. E. ft Dorothy Thomas aryd W 4OT. 12125 384.7512X08 J E. ft Myrtle Nobles (Erwin) Sa' B-100 .
of line M .
Total knflth 172.00 ft. Bailey S-O M 18044Suncrest
Total front footage 738.75ft. PB .-,07. W 123' of ASSESSMENT ROLL 4. M. J. ft May Simmons 6
Front feet assessed JlJJOft. E 367."' ef Lot 2 W FOR SANITARY SEWER Lets 9 8 Pr8M 12

Assessment per front ft. S 3.00S1J37J ef Hlwa. 360..00PBA157W$7of U NW 29th 7. E. E. ft Julia Earnest S. WO
n. Moitta Place from Its
Total assessment Malphun > Mary E.Bailey S-O Intersection with NW 9th Street run 400 feet West. 60.00 10.0
I. W. W. ft Deity Morris Suncrest, PB B-100
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT I E 2444* of S. 21LTef Total length ef fino" 374.00ft. Let 11, Inc N 6049 18040
AMOUNT TO Total front toot..* 85640ft. 9. WIlma A PB B-100
WOo Lot
FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED !2. D. L. Malehun! 17.00 241.08 Front foofjgt to M assessed &i 5e
1. Grace Presbyterian Church Forest Park. PB Mary Bailey S-O 85644 ft. ink N al 180.00Suncrest
C-45 let 5. Blk 11 IOUS PB A-107. S 102 of Rate of assessment 8 XM per front ft. If., Texas L. Ross PB 810
X. Grace Presbyterian Church Forest Park PB 31175 E134.6'ofLet2W Assessment 8X56949 Let 13. Blk 60.00 110.0

C-43 Lot 4. BW: 4 104J5 .f of Hlway 15740 DUI ASSESSMENT II. M. R. ft Annette Jones St. PB 8-10
318JS --> NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Bk 4044 18044

I. A. C. t Vlrgla Cartton Magnolia Perk. PI 1. Sun 011 eo. V h" 29+20. Beg at NW L G. S. ft Ethel Johnson Suncrest. PB B-100 LRS.li EST SIDE DESCRIPTION
Ruth Swindell Grave Pe
C-tt Lot I. Ilk 1 50.01 150.00 ceref Blk R Sun- Lets 1.1,5.3. ,
J' L P. A. i Ethel LocUaar Magnolia Park PB ,; crest PB B-100 run Bile F 180.00 548.00 PB C-84Vj N 10 10044
2. Mettle Short .-' of Let 3 300.04
C-St Let 10, Blk 2 100.00 300.00 W t. lit tar E et hl- ':,. Suncrest, PS B100Lets 2. P. N. Brewnsteln Cottage Grevt Park -
L L W. ft Emma lurch Magnolia Park PB way RW 8. to POI X: Margaret Fender ..14W. 4 ft 5. Blk F 100.00 300.00 PB C-86V* Let 3 less* -A*

C-M Lot 1U Blk t 150.M 450.01 W 100- S IQS E Su creit, PB B-100 ... N 100 ft. 9100 .
100' N 24X5 DB Lot 4, Ilk F _00 18040Suncrtst 21
ft Lena
StVtf 1Ga... PB B-100
3o0.N Lot 7, Bet P 4X00 180JJ9 (Continued on Page 11)r



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12 Gainesville Sun Friday June 26; 1964

Service ...

NewsMichael SPECIAL24.HCOR

E. Moss son of'Mr.
and Mrs._ Joe L. Moss of
3105 NW First Ave., has been 2i
commissioned a second lieuten-
ant in the U.s. Air Force upon
graduation from Officer Training -
School (OTS) at Lackland .
.AFB, .Tex.Lieutenant. '
Moss was selectedfor
OTS through competitive :
examinations with other college i
graduates. He will now go
to one of the more than 250
Air Force installations world- ONLY AT '
wide where combat and support MCDUFF y ,
units are based for his first as- ,
signment as an officer.
The lieutenant, w>e; has a
B.S. degree attended the UF,
Stephen F. Austin State Collegeat It'
Nacogdoches TeL, and the
University of Houston (TeL) .
College of Law. .

Airman First-Class Walter .

Hinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. .
Leiman W. Batten of 2330 E. SPECIALLYSALE o'r.
University Ave., has arrived :
for duty at Luke AFB, Ariz.,
after a tour of service in Germany .
Airman Hinson, an air police-
man, is assigned to a Tactical I 1
Air Command (TAC) unit at PRICED ; 11 ,
Luke. His organization supportsthe .:.
TAC mission of providing I
firepower and other air supportto 0 .. .
11 I
U.S. Army forces. I

The Alexander airman Moore attended, Jr.,GHS.store- FO.R! THIS:

keeper second class, USN. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Moore Sr. of 921 SE Ninth PL, I
is a crew member of the Navy '

recently fleet oiler visited USS Nantahala New York which City. ONLY H .T" :

While in New York he had '
an opportunity to visit the New li ( ; ;;; ; ;"I nnunl : ,
York World's Fair.
Nantahala normally operates =
, out of Norfolk, Va. .. ;! lei t +unnu t
IIh1. I
Army Pvt. Alva E. Chaganis, FREE DELIVERY .;
whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. : '
Ralph E. Phillips, live at 204
NE 10th Ave., was assigned .
Coast Coast from the Atlantic
recently to the 2d Armored to -
Cavalry Regiment in Germany. t
Chaganis, a gunner in TroopL to the ,Gulf of Mexico! t tS r
of the regiment's 3d Recon-
naissance Squadron, entered the ,
1111 n
Army in November 1963 and SEPZERO r
; received basic training at Fort
Jackson S.C. He was last as- FREE SERVICEWith : 1111 I
,; signed at Fort Gordon Ga. 1 .11
The 18-year-old soldier attended FRE,
GHS and was employed by
before EVERY purchase by ,. a .,
Sinclair Eaton Company ... e---. G
entering the Army. If
Factory Trained Specialists! '_I ;:'. ,, 11 las '
i Airman Third Class James R. ,
, Pcr her brother of Velma P. -"'> .
\, Hicks of 1227 SE 17th Ter. has 'I'II
I, graduated from the technical AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING ; I DEFRO'
I I .
training course for new mem- ,
bers of the Air Force Medical : I 1 1 j I
Service at Greenville AFB,
Miss. Couldn't be more automatic!
Airman Porcher, who studied
basic hospital procedures and POBCftAINCRISPEOiNLY ; I
I medical treatment, Get rid of refrigerator frost
was selected for further train-
ing in the medical service field before it collects and vanishes
at Gunter AFB, Ala. His unit I
supports the Air Training Com- time! .
every '
mand mission of training air- MOTPOINT
men and officers in the skills Nothing to remember. .. GUARANTEEor
! required by the nation's aerospace .z,

graduate of Lincoln High Nothing to empty. ;, : ; ;: FOR EASIER
School he attended Florida :"I. ,'
6.\- II .
A&M University at Tallahassee. .

-. .. .-.-
Gilbert S. Means, r '
Army t'o\ : 1 .,i -, .... ;. .._ Model CK60
whose wife, Mary, lives in _". 1. \
i Archer, was recently assignedto -
the 7th Infantry Division in .' FOR AVAILABLE COLORS
I Means, a tank crewman in
Company B, 2d Battalion of
the division's 17th Infantry, entered HAMILTON BEACH --
1 the Army last December SAVE NORGE
I and completed basic training at x. 1Q HAIR DRYER ,
.- Fort Gordon, Ga.
10 CU.
The 22-year-old soldier is a f. .,,h ,.,., \ 2 CYCLE WASHER s .III I L1WIJww FTr.

School.1960 graduate of Lincoln High ON ALL THESE ., $96 Automatic just set it and REFRICERATO'AM

I I Full rop frN
Jeef s.. forget it. Extra large tub.
His mother Mrs. R. Johnson ,.
"Clllr It'I _- ,
lives at 1217 NE Eighth Ave E BRANDAPPLIANCES 37 McDrhS With e.ed A .t Epon and Acrylic coated for b ornilr tie ecitr Spe4MwN
door shelrn.Tell bottl.
i i o
Airman Clifford L Kelley, lasting rust prevention.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford _
Kelly of Lawtey, has completed TABLE
(1 the first phase of his DURING _
t( Air Force basic military training RADIO I
at Lackland AFB Tex.

Airman Kelley has been selected THIS SALE! $999

for technical training as ...... AWE J03I Medet SSDJ1I
an aircraft maintenance special MT.I"' Priced with trade ,rICH with trade
1st at the Air Training Command -

AFB, Tex.Elope(ATC. )We school Don't at Amarillo %f V'T/ I' : ., :::- :-. :' : ..... u It's just common sense McDu

See These Gals AT McDUFF,

Weather Bureau has released -: you pus
Its annual list of hurricane I I TN F OPr
names -from Abby to own terms

Winny. '.
The names are the same as APPLIANCE STCJRES 'TIL
those used in 1960 with one from several -=s
Dora replaces
exception -

Donna,damage which caused four years considerable oayment plans 7 CORNER N. MAIN ST12th .

ago.The names: that we offer! _
Abby, Brenda, Cleo Dora
Ethel, Florence, Gladys ',, .
Hilda Isbell, Janet, Katy : .
Lila Molley Nita, Odette, .. '' .... .. .' .
Paula' Roiic,,Stella Trudy,. ,,7: ..; :. ,,' -.,:/ "" "lI
Vesta and Whiny .. .
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Friday, June 26, 1964 GatneniJIe Sun 11I

I I ._
I d ... 4. 4' .: I FDR'S Family

.DAY SALE t MDUFF velt family Rejects Memorial WASHINGTON has of rejected Franklin Latest(AP Plan the D.) -Roose latest The

modified design for a memorial .

to the late president, just ap

I proved by Washington's Fine
Arts Commission after three

years of controversy.

After the commission's acceptance .

Wednesday of the de

sign, a letter was made public

i stating Roosevelt that children the five are surviving"unal

UOTPONT! SO LOW terably opposed" to the plan fora

memorial based on an ar .
rangement of eight great concrete
tablets up to 130 feet high.

Rep. James Roosevelt, D-

I Calif., as spokesman for the
family group, addressed the letter t

to Francis Biddle, chairmanof
the Franklin Delano Ropse- |

velt Commission, and William
Walton, chairman of the Fine J
Arts Commission. He said the
five Roosevelt children met at

-,. NEW DELUXE 2-DOOR '," 'S t. Hyde agreed Park, N.Y.unanimously, last Sundayand that

they did not like either the original
design submitted by the

commission in 1961, or the mod


The Roosevelt children mad

AUTOMATIC DEFROST REFRIGERATOR one special request-that any

memorial include groves of

trees "in recognition of the

I It tremendous feeling Franklin D.

Roosevelt had for trees and his

-1 1 I PLUS REAL ZERO ZONE FREEZER ... great vation.interest" in their conser

) i ,, '. .; Nickel Dates

.. Convict Men

SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) .
t r .-" Quick now what are the dateson

some of the nickels in jour
pocket? Don't know?

Charles Whitlow, 37, is goingto

prison because Ruy P. Fauv-

er, 67, was able to tell a jury

the dates on three nickels in the

wallet stolen from him.

Fauv remembered becausehe

was in the habit of savingold

e coins for his employer's son,

collector.The .

EE- i f testimony resulted in

L1 Whitlow's conviction In King

County Superior Court. Judge

Raymond Royal sentenced him

Wednesday to a maximum of 20

years.In the Court. of the County Judge Alach-

1r ua County Florid In Probate.
In re: Estate of

To Decease All Creditors end Persons Hiving
Claims or Demands Against Said Es.

tate You: and. each of you are hereby notes '
11! fied and required to present any claims
and demands which you. or either of you. 9
may have against the estate of CLAR.
ence VERNON NOBLE. deceased. late
of said County, to the County Judge of
Alachua County. Florida at his office in
the court nous* of said County at Gainesville
Florida within six calendar months .
from the time of the first publication of
this notice. Each claim or demand shall
be In writing and shall state the place"
of residence and post office address of
the claimant and shall be sworn to by
he claimant his agent, his attorney, and
any such claim or demand not so filed
shall be void.
executrix of the Last Will' and
Testament ofCLARENCE

NO MONEY Clayton deceased.Arnow Duncan 1 Johnston
Attorneys for executrix
226 South Main Street
A Gainesville, Florida "
1390) t:!. 12. 19. 26
In The Circuit Court of Florida. Eighth
1 YOUR TRADE Judicial CircuIt. in and for Alachua County


...,s Plaintiff

: FROST QUEEN I NORGE j I Admiral Route Lyons 2 New York

_ FREEZER SUPER. QUIET "SLIMLINEAIR plaint You for are Divorce hereby notified has teen that filed Ie.against m-
you. and you ire required to serve I COpyof
your answer of Pleading to the Com
a An entirely) new i idea in home 30" RANGE AIR CONDITIONER plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney J. Em-
ory Cross. P. O. Box 411, Gainesville, ...
Florida and file the original answer or
fretier living. Designed for use in i -
it pleading In the Office of the Clerk of the
Big master Porcelain .
oven. protected. Circuit Court on or before the ant day of
+ + trailers apartments, and in homes. N Popular rotary controls. Convenient No July 1,M. If you fail to do so. Judg-
(ii extra wiring needed for this Admiral ,
:e r g
wIN taken t
extra work agree ce. Fast CorK cooking ment by default fee against
for the relief demanded In the Com
elements. jewel -you Just plug it in just like you plaint.you'
DONE and ORDERED et Geinesvttle! ,
would toaster Alacnua County, Florida, this 3rd day .'

$ t. June 196.J. 8. CARMICHAEL Clerk, .. .,..
I Circuit Court, All lu. County
acese.i e.i $99 { 88'MI. Florida ?

Medal 109 1 Attorney At LawP.
t 4JAI O. Box*).,411Calnesvi Florida
up an the way home .rohl- Attorney for Plaintiff i -.
NO TRADE NEEDED! install it with easy Flex-0-Mount eta (335) 4:<. 12 If, Un
Model ERE 1241 CHOOSE YOUI tachment
-sleep IB cool comfort tonight '
Tht Circuit Court of Florida Eighth!
wits trade
EASY TERMS! priced
OWN TERMS! !, Judicial Circuit, In And For Alachwa
County In Chancery .
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ff, the South's Largest Exclusive Appliance Dealer, saves you more' than, any other store! JAMIE Defendant.No.-M.NOTICE EASTMAN.TO APPEARTO

72424 Dandy AvenutJacksonville.
n : Florida
You are hereby noticed that I rut InEquity '
,,, PHONE KM. been brought against yenfty
cult Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. In
0 and for Alachva County Florida. The
y nature of the wit H for a divorce. You -
are hereby summoned ordered and required
: a to fIle your answer tr defense to
fen Complaint fIled htrt'n! In tile officeof
: 3764296 the Clerk' ef PIe Circuit Court, In and
her Alacftvt Cownty Florida on or before
6 Juty W44. and to serve t copy of such
answer or defense upon Richard J. WN- I
son. Plaintiffs Attorney herein whaleaddress
Is S Southeast First Street,
Gainesville. Florida.
Herein fail not or Decree Pro Confes-
M will te entered against you for t R e
relief demanded In file Com"e,",. .
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said ,J
lIT Circuit Court of Alachua County, Florl-
i1 4 : i I' IT .1iy&1 Cli.IHt and. Alachwa ten seal County.of said Florida Court ,at on Gain-this

4 ( led day of. B June.. CARMICHAEL A.D. 1NJ. -. 1
Clara ef tht Circuit Court
Alachwa County, Florida.
Deputy Clerk 'I I
Richard J. Wilson'
Attorney for PlaintiffS
Southeast First Street .
Gainesville, Florida I
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.It REPORTReaders' i

Reporting, .

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WASHINGTON (AP-George) Late Morning

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AmBrk 53V4 KaisAl 37%
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three young civil rights workers Atch Topka 1.20a 33 Milgo Electron __ 10* Amex Active Issues 36 NatDist 26

___ who vanished Sunday in Missis- Baxter Lab .36 21% Mort Guaranty Ins 28 Volume Close Change Boeing 5H4 N.AmAv 481.
-- sippi.At. Beckmanln50% Pacific SW Air 46* : Borden 73 Penney 54ti
-. ., ._. _,, .... 101,900 Tampa Elec 24% off V4
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******* fmBai mmf" mumiBtimHGmmmmmmitHiiietiamimmfiiigia&Ma'ti*ti !uWJH\ *nm.tm" rawMTLMn- IIH-J Him his midday briefing for reporters -Beech LF S 1.10 47 Schlitz Brew 49 67,100 Braz Traction Brunswk 9* PRR 33
3% unch
P Fun in the Sun (Or the Shade) Thursday, Reedy an- Bristol My .80 64V4 Secur Life & Tr. ._ 58* 60,500 Peruvian Oil 1% up CaterTr 65* PepCoIa 57 4
nounced that President Johnson Brown Shoe 3.40 95% Southern Nitro 19 Celanese 65 PhiL'for '7'1%
52,100 Magellan Pete 1% %
I had ordered 200 Marines basedat Brunswick ._-., 9% Travelers Ins 46% up Chrysler 49% PhillPet 5014COCaCo1A
i That's the offering at Gold Head Branch State Park near Keystone Heights. 50,900 Univ Controls 5% up %
Meridian Miss., not far from Cambell S ---- 2.40 36% 129* RCA 32 4
Lake Johnson beach shallow clear water for the kids ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS
provides sandy deeper AMERICAN
the search site, to join the hunt. Carter Pdt __ 1.ooa InCase CornEd 49% RepStl 4H
water and diving platforms for the at heart and shady slopes Purchases -_ 435,988
you ng grass u
Minutes after newsmen had J I 15% ConEdis 90 Revlon 36
for you know who. special section in the Sun today tells of other places .in -- EXCHANGEAerojet.Gen Short Sales 3,645
dispatched this word and even Cessna Air 1.00 26% ContCan 51 'c ReyTob 43'1
the area to have summer fun.I as they were finishing their dis. Ches Ohio 4.00 79V4 -_ 29% Other Sales .- 388,675 DowChe 711. StRegP 29 4

patches, Reedy personally contacted Coas S Gas 32% Analex Corp ._-_..-._. 23 Total Sales ? 392,320 duPont 253 Seaboard 474

I them at their telephonesand CBS. 1.80b 47% Aqua Chem -_._ 15% PREVIOUS DAY'S EAL 33 Sears 115

I:; State Considers Rehearing House Passes said he was misinformedthat Comb Eng .-. 1.20 27 Aurora Plastics __ 35% STOCK MARKET E.Kodak 133 Sinclair 45

the Marines were coming Cone Mills .- .._. .80 20% Barnes Engineer --- 21% Advances .....,-.,.?... lltJ 587 Firestone 4Hi Socony 8lFlaPw '.

On Apportionment Ruling Transit Billc from outside Mississippi' and Cont.. Airl .-- -. .40 24%. Chromaloy __. 17th Declines _.... 456 46* SouthnC 62
only the Marine helicopterswere Conti- Ins- :-.zu-- :->a's-- I Cinerama _. 7% Unchanged 280:! FlaP&L 78 SperryR 14

( New York Times Mississippi-based. Contrl Data 105 I Computer Sci --_-_- 19% 'Total! Issues ... ._ 1,333 Ford 51 StBrand 78
TALLAHASSEE) Le- Federal District Court in Miami WASHINGTON The first Shortly after 5 p.m., Reedy; Corn Pdts ..__ 1.50 62 I Cutter Labs A _-_ -_ 16% .New 1963-64 Highs 78 FrmstDa 11% StO NJ 87

ga). ',experts considered today to enforce reapportionment im-federal spending program for met reporters for a second time Delta Air _- ---.- 1.60 78% Data Control -__ 47 New,19 3-64 Lows .. 16 FreptSul 35% Studebak 7!i
I seeking a rehearing of the U.S. mediately unless a petition seeking large scale improvement of: and announced that one item he Det Steel -_ .60 15 Fulton Inds --_ 9% FruehTr 31% Swift 53%

I Supreme Court order knocking a rehearing is filed by July committee facilities was approved -had conveyed at his noon-hour Emerson EI 1.00 43% Gen Develop -_?--,-,-.,..,. 4% GenDyn 27% Texaco 79H

down Florida's legislative ap 16. by the House yester briefing had been "inadvertenty -. Fair Camera __ .50g 23* Mackey Airlines .,..,,-. ---------. 5% GenEl 787/8 Thiokol 13H
) portionment.Jfhearing. day. The 212-189 margin was inaccurate." Finan'l Fed 48* Mead Johnson _._ 17% Dow Jones Averages GenFds 87% U Carb 127
would delay court- "As I said before, Bryant mindful of Fst Chartr 1.97f 34 Pac NW Tele _ 22% GenMills 39% UnitAirc 48%
comfortable than A
directed apportionment until the aid, "I expected the Supreme more observers had expected. some Reedy's newsman statement, that one bit Fla E Cst _.- 13 Philips Elec __ -.._. 39% 827.48 I Indust. I up 2.20 GenMtrs 87% UnFruit 23%

-1 nexVadmimstration takes office. Court to include some directivesin Passage of the urban transit -of information had been inaccurate Food Fair ..___ .90 23" Redwing Carriers __ 11% 211.83 I Rails I up 0.07 Goodrich 51% US Steel 57?4

Jn. what Gov. Farris Bryant our case telling us what we bill represented a considerable asked whether Gov. FMC Corp 1.00 57% Ric Group 6% .143.33 | Util I off 0.08 Goodyr 43 UnivMat 12*1

called a surprise move, the Supreme -should do." This'was a complete legislative victory for the Johnson had been aware in advance FrUo Lay -____ 43314 Sperry R. Wts 6% 294.66 I Stocks I up 0.43 Greyhnd 55 WestgEl 29i

i Court Thursday orderedCourt surprise. Johnson administration. The that military people were Gen Tele __ .--. .88 32" Syntex __ _5--_ 67% GulfOil 55% WinnDix 37

'" Bryant said he had planned to President had worked to win being dispatched to the search Ga Pacif ._ l.oob 53% Tampa Elec 24% 5,050,000 I Volume 1,920,000 I Honw 137 Woolwth 27%
Getty Oil --. ,lOg 25* Tech Measur 18% i IntHarv 81;i
Upholds ask the District Court for directions -votes for the measure amonga -
site."There Grace Co 1.DOb 57* TWA Wts 28%
-- ---
the normal procedure as number of reluctant Demo- was an Inadvertence, I.
Hel Curtis .. .80 20%
YankeetoVllConviction soon as he received and hadread crats. said Reedy. "There was a slip- .- MUTUAL FUNDS (e) New York Times. I
the reapportionment deci-- up somewhere." IBM -5.00 481 NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES: JUNE 15 I
sions. A similar bill was approvedby One reporter asked if Reedy Int'Min C .-_,-.-------. 1.80a 72% Affiliated Fund 8.85

I the Senate more than a had been correct in reporting Int Tele ________. 1.00 56% Capital Life & Gr. 10.14 High Low Close Net Chg.

'A long drawn-out legal I Monday, the Supreme Court ago. Differences between year the: that eight Marine helicopters Kellogg _____________ __ .80a 44 Divers Growth _._ 10.01 25 Rails 147.40 145.12 146.39 Up 1.1811

fight to have their Levy said the state's 43-senator, 112- two'measures must be resolved: were being used in the search."I Lehman CP 1.34e 29 Dividend Shares .. 3.7! 2.5 Industrials 832.35 822.73 826.98 Up 1.37
Litton In __ 1.98l 64% 50 Stocks 489.87 493.92 486.68 Up 1.27
County Court conviction overturned I representative Legislature was and a single bill approved byboth believe, said the press Dreyfus 20.44
because both Lone S CM .---- 1.00 20% fidelity ._ .
; apparently has ended inequitable Houses before the transit. secretary, "these will turn outI Capit 11.61
Houses were not opportioned Marsh Fid .. -.--. 1.60 45% Fidelity Fund 18.05 STOCK
for a Yankeetown couple, E. be Navy helicopters.
law but
program becomes no I ____._____ 1.00 17
Martin M
on the basis of population. -- fidelity 19.29Fund.tal
A. (Bud) Finley and.his wife, serious problems are antici.
McG Hill .6Oa 36 MARKET
--- Invest 11.OJ
Gayle. said he towait pated. The bill provides $375 i Book On -
'Bryant preferred 1.70 48th
Says Mead Corp
The First District Court of Income of _______ 8.42
Appeals of Florida has up- until the next governor and million over a three yea Merkd .---_-. 2.ooa 37'14Nati Incorporated Inc ,-,?............_ 9.92 NEW YORK (AP-The stock of 60 stocks at noon was up .)
held the lower court conviction next legislature were in office:. period for grants'to city and HomosexualsBeing Airl __ .80g 50 Keystone K-2 __ 5.59 market was a shade higher late at 310.8 with industrials un

", of the Finleys for interfering because they would be better suburban transit systems. ThE N Y Cent! ....._..._ .50g 39% Keystone S-3 _ 16.83 this afternoon as trading slackened i changed, rails up .3 and utilities
I : with a law enforce equipped to handle the problem I money must be used to buildor Nia M Pow ___ 2.00 51% Keystone S-4 4.86Life considerably from Thurs unchanged.The .
} than the administra.. rehabilitate facilities or buy SoldST. I
ment officer performing his outgoing Norfolk W _.__ 6.00 140 Investors 20.64 day's five-million-share rate. Dow Jones industrial av
,, duties. tion. new equipment. It cannot be No lad P S __-.---. 1.48 55% Life Stock Fund ________ 8.02 Gains of fractions to a pointor erage at noon was up 2.20 a

t Li ;The charges were brought He declined to say whether il t applied to operating expenses PETERSBURG (AP) -A No Nat Gas 1.80 55* Mass Inv Stock -.--_ 16.78 so among key stocks outnumbered 829.68. >

,, against the Finleys by the would be better for Florida tc I pamphlet on homosexuality. Olin Math _-_ --_.---, 1.20 4H4 Mass. Inv Growth --?-........ 8.87' I losers.American U.S. Smelting recouped mon

Ii Levy County sheriff's officein seek a rehearing gaining time Senate Votes compiled by the Florida Legis. Owens II G 2.50 98% Pioneer Fund _- .-,___ 9.63; Telephone was still than 2 points of Thursday's 6

October of 1962. The because the court is on its June- lative Investigations Committeeis Pac G & E 1.00 30% Puritan Fund .- .. ...??.? 9.74 being traded heavily as inves- point decline. Control Data wai
being sold nationwide for $2a : Pac Lting .:___ __ -. 2.40 30 Putnam Growth tors dealt in its stock
charges stemmed from an in- October vacation to allow Florida 9.57 new just weak, trimming a point from i
) : Excise Renea. copy the Times said today. PacT&T.- 28% TV & Elec _ _
cident at the Izaac Walton Ho- to put off the final action 8.12 split 2forl. AT&T inched high- 5-point loss. IBM was down 2.
tel in Yankeetown, owned by until after the Nov. 3 general (c) New York Tii'ssWASHINGTONThe The newspaper said the purple Pan Amer A 1.20 36% Value Line Inc _-_-- 5.58 Cigarette stocks were irregu

the Finleys. Deputies Sam- election when the legislators wile Senate covered booklet illustrated with Parke Day 1.00 28* Wellington Fund ,-...- 15.14N er.General Motors held firm in larly higher following their re
ray Cason and Walter Beck- voted yesterday to repeal $455 photographs of nude perverts Pennzoil -_-_- 2.00 72* Y S E Most Active Stocks early trading and then moved cent losses.
> in office.At advertised by a Washington, D. Pfizer _______ .80a 46%
had to the hotel Comp. Vol. Close ahead full Prices
I lam gone million in excise or sales taxeson Changes a point. were mixed on Ik
he said he had
tp arrest a New York woman present, no jewelry furs, luggage and C. book club as "s hoc kIn g, Phelps Dg ._ --.. 3.00 67 200,000 Am TT New 71% up 1% The trend was slightly higher American Stock Exchange.
I plans for calling a special legislative amazing, passionate." Polaroid _._ .. .. .20 139*
on forgery charges at the toilet articles. -- -- -- 126,500 Westg El 29% unch among steels, motors, oils, aerospace Corporate bonds were narrow
''I telegraphed request. of a New session.Wallace. The action John Evans, staff director of Pub Sv E G 2.60 37 73,500 Comwlth Oil 10% off 3/ issues and rails. ly mixed. U.S. governmen
a surprise, came the committee, said Pure Oil ._. ,_ 1.60 523/ l
I York sheriff. amendment to House- legislative -- 60,800 Eversharp 24% up 1%. The Associated Press average bonds were firm.
on an a
t Pending in Federal Court, SaysHe's "Any homosexual who spends $2 Rayonier --_ --.-- 1.00 343/
i, hflbfever, is a .damage suit approved bill to continue $1.9 for[ it is going to be disappointed.He's Rexall .-______-. .50b 48%
the Finleys.against billion in excise taxes on other not going to learn anythinghe Reyn Metl .50 37%
Hgd by
Levy' County Sheriff J. W. CandidateJACKSON items for another year. The doesn't already know." Rich Merr 1.00 43}% TOTTR MONEY'S WORTH I

.(I I Turner and Deputy Cason. vote was 48 to 38. Senators Holland Evans said he did not know R C Cola -._-_______ -.. 1.20 74V

I In County Court the FinI5y ,Miss. (AP-"Cer) and Smathers voted no. how any publisher got the book.It Roy Dutch 1.73g 44V
tainly I am'a candidate for The victory for supporters of was published by the commit. Searle GD .90 61
$ were prosecuted byCounty -
president of the United States" repeal was likely to be shor 2.00 90% LBJ's
Prosecutor S. E. Was- tee under the title "Homosexu Singer Budget
Alabama Gov. George Wallace lived however. ality and Citizenship in flor- Smith Kin ___ 1.20a 61% :
and J. C. Adkins Jr. Ad- ---- I
kins sii representing Turn- All signs indicated that a ida." Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32 I IYear
,;rin the civil suit until he became made the statement Senate-House conference committee State Atty. Gen. James Kynes St Oil Cal -. 2.00 65%

would promptly reject. and Dade Richard Ind __ 2.00b 78 Porter
a Circuit Court judge to some 9,000 wildly cheering County attorney I St Oil -- By Sylvia ..
earlier this year. Turner persons Thursday night as he the provision and approve the Gerstein attacked the pamphlet Sterl Drug _-_-.____-. .65 29%
., House version of the bilL The, when it first distributed Util 1.20 58
is ,now being represented by brought his movement for un. was Texas At one minute past midnight -
administration is strongly in March. Gerstein said he Textron 1.40 43%
t :Gainesville attorney Bill 0'I pledged presidential electors to opposed June 30, President John
Spending Income Def.
to cuts in excise taxes. would to court to prevent Tidewater 32 Surp. or
Neal. The Finleys are reprehended the giant Mississippi Coliseum go -A son will be able to make an
t by. a Tampa law here. this year. distribution in the Miami area. Trans W A ....- 46% announcement which in mod- Orig. est. Fact Orig. Est. Fact Orig. est

JifUl. Union Pac ._-_.--.---. 1.60a 47tt ern times only one President, 1955 $65.6 $64.4 $62.7 $60.2 off $2.9 off $4.2
.. Und Air L -_ L50b 54 1956 62.466.2 60.0 67.9 off 2.4 1.6
1 55 in only one year, has been up
Jynes: CanS Upjchn -_- SOU able to make before him. John 1957 65.9 69.0 66.3 70.6 up 0.4 up 1.6
Jim Walter .- able claim that 1953 71.8 71.4 13.6 63.6 1.8 off 2.8
Records % son will be to : up
arch : .70 28
iE1E War Lamb ----- 1959 73.9 80.3 74.4 67.9 0.5 off 1.4
1-50 39% In the 1964 fiscal year spending up
Worthintn has turned out lower (than 1960 77.0 76.5 77.1 17.8 up 0.1 up 1.2
I.4W Xerox.- he forecast in Januarydespitethe 1961 79.8 81.5 84.0 77.1 up 4.2 off 3.9
Gen. James Kynes had circuit 1.2Oa 66/s '
fcpnrt authority today to search Zenith fact that his January fig 1962 80.9 87.8 82.3 81.4 up 1.5 off 6.4
COUNTERNEW down from 1963 92.5 92.6 93.0 86.4 0.5 off 6.2
the records of Alachua and Levy OVER THE 1 ure was already .. up
bid. 1964 Jan. 98.4 98.3 88.4 89.5 off 10.0 off 8.8
YORK (AP)-TUt following President Kennedy's original
Counties for evidence of'ot.- ..
and asked quotations supplied by the ;projection; 1963 Jon. 97.9 97.3 93.0 91.5 off 4.9 off 5.8
he said cost
tag irregularities Deal I
v National Association ef Securities
him the election. 'S., ers. Inc. do not represent actual transactions In the J2-month period now
*.; but are the NASO's estimate I.closing the Treasury's income What's more, the first full- i projected.As .
Melon .. S J'S. of the rang within which these securV has turned out sharply higher year budget he's submitting I predicted by supporters of
I S 'cr .r. ties could have been sold (bid) or'I than be predicted in Janu- down from the tax reductions, higher, ac
(asked): shows spending way
ary-and this has occurred in celerated growth have bee
THOMASVILLE, Ga. Th -4 : fI Alico Land -_- 7 :the face of the most massivetax 1964, income way up and the.I adding to the Treasury's tai
Federal State Market News 24 deficit significantly smaller.
T rAt Amer Fidel Life __ cut in our history; collections.
Service this morning reported a i25*
Amer Heritage Fiscal 1964 is going down as No President's original
Here's the record d.
moderate demand for waterme Amer Mat Ins 22 budget
aa. ln the South Georgi .North. T1 Amer Pioneer Life 6% another year of budget deficits spending-income-surplus or def the past 10 years against which
k but more than $1 billion has icit estimates ever turn out ac to weigh Johnson's figures when
Florida and the 53
Central area Busch
Anheuser 4% been drained out of the red curate. As this applied to the!I he announces them as soon as
Market about steady. Anodyne -' ink he anticipated at the start budgets of Truman, Eisenhower -.possible after the books closeon
FOB prices per hundred Citizens Bank _- 22% of this calendar year. and Kennedy, so it is applying the 1964 fiscal year. (In bil-
12-16 lbs. average, $2; Comsat Corp of John-
height: Only President Eisenhower in to the budgets lions.
J123 Ibs., $2 to $2.25, mostly Conn Lt & Pow 3ni only one year his last fiscal son. Most of the errors of recent

$2,25, few at $2.50; 24-26 lbs., Cow1esMag&Pb11 year ending June 30, 1960- I years, though have been, There are the latest est!
$2.25 to $2.50, mostly $2.50; 28- Dunn & Brdst 591i was able to make a similar announcement financially speaking, on the mates. The year doesn't end

3 )b3., $2.75 to $3."the Firs West. Fin'cl 14\i In that year, too side of the devil-spending has until June 30 but the figureswill
Market News Service retted Florida Gas ____- 10' spending turned out less than I ballooned income has shrunk. approximate. these totals.In .

that due to replanted -- Fla Nat Bank_ 632 originally estimated and income Johnson's mistakes in the a recent address Eisen-
to market Fla Tele .. *_-26 have financially hower's budget director, Maurice -
melons just starting turned out bigger II 1964 fiscal year been
inlthe Gainesville area, it ap- Journalism InstituteJournalism Forrest LabsUSF %61i But Eisenhower's achievement speaking, on the H. Stairs moaned that in

_s that'' marketing here willcjtinue was marred by the fact I side of the angels-spending has II violent contrast to its aroused

in"good.volume for an-: Prof. John Webb describes the operation of an antique platen Enrolls that fiscal 1960 was a period of I shrunk income has ballooned. attitude in 1963 The American

other1 week or two. press exhibited at the University of Florida School of Journalism to a groupof : recession and the budget surplus The tax cuts didn't start I public now gives the impression

< $at of 370 Florida thick shimtnts p- Gainesville High School students attending the Yearbook section of the Grad Students chalked up in that year subtracting $300 million a I that it couldn't careless
yesterday. 221 came from Sixth Annual High School Journalism Institute. Some 180 students from Florida followed on the heels of the largest -month from the Treasury's tax about what happens to the

thrNorthcentral Florida area. Georgia and Alabama are attending the institute this week which is TAMPA (AP) The Uni- deficit ever recorded in take until March-a month later budget"" and he wonders

Riif shipments from Florida conducted by the Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies and versity of South Florida said peacetime --$12.4 billion. than was anticipated in the "why. :

yesterday'totaled 16 carloads.JUeorgia the Journalism School. Shown here are (L-R) : Cheryl Beach of Trenton, Dar- today 122 teachers from the Johnson's announcement will January budget estimate-b u t The "why" Is implicit in :

shipments yester lene White Alachua, Jane Arringtoitof .Gainesville, Thomas Jones of Trenton Tampa area enrolled in the be coming in the 41st month' of tax collections are now estimated -,this budget record under John- .

t d ;t Truck,.249; rail 16. ,. Bill Hetrick ofGainesvilIe and Webb. school's first graduate courses. uninterrupted prosperity. as $1.1 billion more than son. I
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t SATURDAY a woman are stranded flicts with one of the -d.
on an island. Joan Collins famous Indian chiefs of a
I 3:30 O "Attack of the Crab 4:30 D "Danger S i II II a L"
Monsters." (1957) Rich George Cole.O"Witness all time. Preston Foster, GIIG
(1945) Faye Emerson,
ard Garland, Pamela for the Ellen Drew, Andy De- Zachary Scott. .
Duncan. Prosecution." (1958) A vine. -- -- -- ---.
brilliant but cantankerous 7:00 O "Mogambo." (1953)) A YOU'RE DOING NO. MAMAI-I GINNY-WHAMS WRONG HONEY
TUESDAY trek into the African THI5 TO SPITE --BAD NEW5-S IT ABOUT YOOR ,
: Q CD Saturday Night a barrister is asked to HAPPEN TO THINK;
I the Movies: "Lust for take on the case of a Jungles, Clark Gable, == A MOVIE DOUG WFALLIN ... ''
Sheltering Palms. ((1953) ABOUT A GOLF CHAM- 15 AN ADMIRABLE
Life. ((1956)) An adaptation Ava Gardner, Grace Kel
I charming young man who On a Pacific island after E-4 wnii A COUNTRY CLUB ION AT THE DRIVE-INN-! SUCH THING IN ..AND ATTRACTIVE ti
of Irving Stone'sbiography is accused of murderinga ly. MIND WHEN YOU
World War II, there is a =: DOUG ASKED ME VW MAN!
i of Van Gogh middle-aged lady who 11:25 O "The Texans." (1938) oCd RESPECTFULLY IF I'D SAID YOU'D ACCEPT
starring Kirk Douglas befriended him. Tyrone strict ruling-no fraternizing After the Civil War, a d6 ENJOY SEEING IT THE NEXT DATE
and Quinn both with the native WITH HM! THAT WAS OFFERED
Anthony (
Power, Marlene Diet- family of Texas ranchersis !
girls. William LundiganMitzi TO YOU
won acting awards for rich, Charles Laughton, plagued by heavy tax- W
their performances). Elsa Lanchester. Gaynor. ation. Joan Bennett, Ran I 'I

12:00 O "The Adventures of CB Double Feature 11:15 O "Henry Aldrich dolph Scott, May Rob- 0
Sadie." (1955) Three men 1. "Race Street" ((1948)A ) Haunts a House. Jimmy son. <
big-time bookie battlesan Lydon, Charles Smith, IrSfI
John Litel. FRIDAY
f George
TodayIn Raft William Bendix. 2. WEDNESDAY 4:30 CD "Dondi." (1961)) A

"Night of Terror." (1933)A 4:30 CD "The Oklahoma Kid." ragged Italian orphan

series of savage murders (1939) Bloodandthundertale meets six American sol- POTEET WHO'S MINDING 5T7 VEAE IN' EXCEPT THAT SINCE M UR X/.HEY/I DIDN'r
History take place in one of after diers. David Janssen, I Yvu :FEM TNE.wgE Mac ARJNP ALLEY THE VlLtAlNOH K WARD IS A PRESS Y STAg fOTEET,I J
neighborhood. Bela Lu- hoodlums hang a boy's I Patti Page, Kory. %1E Ft TEET 190 MILLION OPOUZ. AIEOEAFT HIDING 1N5ICEINCWTKY AND GETS AROUND A 6U06 5riOHLENTJKC
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS gosi, Wallace 'Ford. father. James Cagney, 11:25 O Double Feature o CAW VN K OUT PEOPLE? WPER- THE W.V- WORLD'S THE
Today is Friday, June 26, the SUNDAY Humphrey Bogart. 1. "Ron Silent, Ron I ROPES ABCN' N
I ((1958)) His last HER SUA'4A1ER' ''
11:15 O "Mein Kampf. ((1961)) Deep. z
the Fearless
178th day of 1964. There are 188..1:31 CD "Tarzan, -
This account of Hitler'sThird submarine destroyed in ,
1. days .left.in the year. Crabbe. ((1933)JacquelineWells. Buster Reich includesscenes Japan's Bungo straits,
: Today's highlight in history: from the Warsaw "Rich" Richardson is as- I
On this date in 1945, the charter Ghetto, the lime pits and signed to the helm of theUSS 1 I f fliT '
of the United Nations was' 11:15 O "The Blue Dahlia. the Eichmann executions, Nerka. Clark Gable, >
(1946) A former Navy Hitler Burt Lancaster. 2. "The -
signed in San Francisco by representatives public speeches of ,
of 50 nations I' flier returns home after Goering, Goebbels, and Cyclops. ((1957) James. .
the war to find that his xess_ Craig.. Gloria Talbot.
On this date wife has been unfaithfuL 00I >

Alan Ladd, Veronica
In 1614 the first important lot- Lake, William Bendix, *
tery ia America was held by Howard da Silva. I
J the Virginia Company.In 6 tf/yHB\ BORROWED AtJf / <
CD "Elizabeth and Es
Hey/ COSMOS WHY t4OT711i .._
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1721, the first smallpox sex." (1939) Story of the' TV HighlightsSATURDAY AVlsfG A BIG DOMT itIj I o VwBFwsFiwr MAAGNtFYMG GLASS 1Q I
: between Queen I
vaccination in America was r a SALE! ._ >r T O xv **
Dr. Zabdiel Elizabeth and her favor. i ''
performed by Boyl- CD
i ite. Bette Davis Errol -
ston. Flynn, Olivia de Havfl- 7:30:: O Lucy-Desi < 5a II I ;allij i-

In 1918, Sugar rationing went land. (Return) This 13-week replacement series is comprisedof == 1 jEJ uMJC

into effect in the United States. MONDAY reruns of Lucille Ball Deal Arnez one-hour specials. I o

In 1935, compulsory labor 4:30 m "Contraband Spain." Tonight Thomas., "Lucy Makes Room for Danny," featuring Dan I 'r 5

I service was introduced in Nazi (1958)) Richard Greene, ny SUNDAY E-4 1

Anouk Aimee.7I0Color ,
Germany.In 10:00 Q CD Du Pont Show i1. r

1944, Allied forces captured ) "LovingYou. (Color) "Flight Deck" a one-day tour of duty aboard a Y
the French port city of Cher (1957) A publicity navy carrier, the USS Franklin Delano Roosevelt q
girl a singer
( bourg. who she thinks
1 can go ':00 O Paradise on Earth?

Ten years agoA freak wavehit places. Elvis Presley, An examination of India's progress toward national unity, ,PrTL-UT5 GET d KENO WANP5 r CAME WERE WITH M155
; the Chicago shoreline on Lizabeth Scott Wendell especially in the area of religious controversy. COWE WITH ME, our OF HERE:YCCTYE LOST ID SEE M6 LE ?SAE PS..AN91** GOING N
I Lake Michigan killing three Corey. TUESDAY 25 MISSLEEPSWLUy OVER TWO THOUSAND t ...ALONE. _THERE WITH HIf : rl
W His oFaacE.' ,_ POUAR5.
persons and leaving four miss- 7:30 8 Monday Night at the 10:00 O Star Parade e

ing. Movies. "The Wreck o f Meredith and Rini I
Willson welcome: Debbie Reynolds, who wa 1 1r <
I Five years ago President the Mary Deare" (1959)) has some "Unsinkable Molly Brown" film dips; Phil
A London court of Inquiry M
Dwight D. Eisenhower and Harris; Molly Bee and others.

Queen Elizabeth dedicated the investigates the THURSDAY .
St Lawrence Seaway at St. mysterious circumstances 7:30 O U. S. No. 1: American Profile s I IQ IW Ih

Lambert Quebec. surrounding the burn (Color) Van Heflin is the guide on this tour down the
J ing' and abandonment 01 f historic route stretching from Maine to Florida. Originally I l

One year ago Mere than a freighter. Gary Cooper. seen in 1962. r
one million West Berlin resi- Charlton Heston, Michael FRIDAY 0

dents turned out in a tumultov Redgrave. 7:30 CD Olympic TrailsTrackandfield

welcome to President John F. 11:15 O "GeI'Ol mO." (1939) for the Summer Olympics are seen, live
Kennedy. The U.s. Army has con and on tape.

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i ii Ii I 'Country Boy Gen. 1

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Attributes Success to

Ntm 'ark iE'nt I during World War II, in April the war when U. .
1942, he was among those captured forces landed at
s /b When President J o h n s on
at Bataan He was a Lieu- Sept. 8, 1945.
: WI named 42 yearold Harold tenant Colonel with the 57th Infantry In the

Keith Johnson to be Chief of the Philippines Scouts years he attended
Staff of the Army he proved a .- at the time. graduate schools,
point that Lieutenant General General Johnson was among to Korea, this time
Johnson reiterates frequently.That those in the infamous death of a combat
ksn is, in war broke out .
this country, 1st Provisional :
not only can ion in Korea in
anything happen and joined the 1st
I but the MAN IN NEWShappen vision, then a
good things can zation, in defense
to people ,
of inauspi- General Johnson
cfous: H <" kground
a 1
assignments in this
if they will only work Earle G. Wheeler and

Chow for Scouts .4 hard. I march tion to, full when general.the Japanese promo-I jobs and Europe that probably after

I "I am just a country boy," their prisoners from Bataanto for his high rank

Members of VFW Post 2811 treated more than 100 Boy Scouts, their fami- Gen. Johnson, son of a Kansas various prison camps, with ice in 1959 as chief : 1
the Atlantic
lies and friends to lumberman, often has told his below standard for the Pact's
a barbeque at the Boys' Club Wednesday night. Hank care
Daughinee, North Florida district commander, was master chef and M. 0. colleagues and younger officers, sick and hungry, many prisoners group in Europe, : I
Wade was nrinrinl speaker. "yet I have had the chance to did not survive. headed combined
rise in the ranks and meet great of U. S., German,
people." Moved from prison camp to forces; and from
JAYCEES TOLD prison camp, he was taken to ary, 1963, as
General Johnson he is no Japan in the winter of 1944-45 the Command and
relation to the President after the United States forces :
College at Fort
Breath Shortness could not have known then that!' had landed at Leyte On top of Kan.

Cough the president would reach over. this, his prison ship was twice One of his first ;
the heads of 43 generals to name subjected to American air at-
him Army Chief of Staff, but tack and damaged badly. after coming to :
that is what happened. And in 1963 was to
Could Mean Serious TroubleBy terday, the President sent the Moved to a prisoner of-war man of a group that 1
name of the Three-Star Deputy camp in Korea in April, 1945,]secret study for
Chief of Staff for Operations to he was liberated at the end of Namara on nuclear
JIM SIMMONS are 50,000 new cases a year. "Smoking may be a tranqui- the Senate as successor to Gen. )
Unusual shortness of breath Dr. Evans, speaking to the lizer to the mind, but it's
after little or no exertion anda weekly luncheon of th e also an irritant to the lungs" U. S. Engineers Vary'j
chronic cough could mean Gainesville Jaycees at the said Dr. Evans. To Present
something is seriously wrong Holiday Inn yesterday, pointed Early experiences such as
with your breathing system, out the adverse effect of immunization or a "can't
according to Dr. Jack Evans, smoking on the respiratory happen to me" attitude are Layfield For Work on
medical director of the chil system. among the reasons that keep I
dren's clinic at the J. Hillis The death rate for heavy people from accepting medical .
Miller Health Center. smokers from 35 to 65 is dou- advice. Benefit CheckA CAIRO (AP-American engi- ley of Port Said

These symptoms may indi- bled, and smoking has been "Therefore one of the doc- neers are believed to have the Desert project.
cate the presence of one of found to be the main cause of tor's main problems is the $1,351 check representingthe inside track in bids for a vast The firms are the
fj which, taken as a group, con chronic bronchitis, said Dr. education of the public," voluntary $1 contributionsof but little-known project rising with executive
stitute the fourth largest cause Evans. said Dr. Evans. 1,351 members of the Florida next to the Aswan Dam in importance Jose, Calif.; the
1 of death.A "Using non smokers as a Dr. Evans listed a number Peace Officers Associationwillbe to Egypt. I II tion Co. of Salt

National Health survey baseline, the death rate for 'symptoms that may indi- presented today to the widowof While world attention focuseson I the Morrison
Boise Idaho. FMC
showed that there are 250 mil men over 30 increases 22 per cate respiratory disease. Chief Criminal Investigator the Soviet Union's role in ,
lion cases of acute respiratory cent with less than 10 ciga- These include: cough, fever, Harry Layfield of the Alachua helping build the dam, three just completed a
disease a year. This rettes a day, 43 per cent with weight loss, chest pain, chronic County Sheriff's Office. American firms are hoping to project northwest
j category includes tuberculosis 10 to 20 cigarettes a day, and or persisting post infection Gainesville Police Lt. Court- reclaim a 312,000-acre tract in handling Government
\ common colds, flu, 49 per cent with over 20 cigarettes symptoms, whf"zing, and nay A. Roberts, a district di- the Nile River delta south of has told U.S.
I pneumonia, acute bronchitisand a day," said Dr. Ev shortness of breath. I rector of the association, said Port Said that would feed an- Salhia Project has

bronchialitis. McDonald,such voluntary contributionsfor other half million Egyptians.The in his country and
Active tuberculosis accounts ans.Smoking is also a signifiant Judge death benefits for the sur- area now is uninhabited Egypt's foreign
.1 for 250,000 of these cases, and contribution to the Admitted To vivors of police officers is one swamp and desert.
I of these, 100,000 do not know cause of lung cancer which of the activities of the association The project would tie in with ings.Vying with the
they have it. In addition, there causes 100 deaths a day. Supreme Court which is devoted to bet the Aswan Dam and enable a European

t tering police work in the state. Egypt to use the regulated flow' British, French,

County Judge H. H. Mc- Roberts, accompanied of the waters more effectively.I and Dutch firms
) This Kid Needs a Cage Donald was admitted to the;resentatives of the Sheriff's by rep-of- The United States, if the with the Suez I

U. S. Supreme Court Mondayin fice and Highway Patrol, will American bid wins, might take The Egyptian )
i s MARION, Ohio (AP) Consider the case of Roger a formal swearing-in pro- present the check to Mrs. Elizabeth -some edge off the Soviet propa- dam, Osman
1'.J Varney, 10, who in the three weeks since school let out gram at the Supreme Court N. Layfield. Lt. Layfielddied ganda victory in building the bid for the job. I II
i : has: Building in Washington, D. C. recently of a heart attack. dam after the United States The American bid
.I' Been bitten twice by a dog, Chief Justice Earl Warren, withdrew support for the projectin to be in the
# Suffered a nasty rope burn around his neck, who administered the oath, ap- 1956. million-believed I !
Fallen off a bicycle and fractured an arm, pointed McDonald earlier this Goldwater Reliable sources said Presi- lion below Osman's
Tripped while playing and chipped two front teeth, year. dent Gamal Abdel Nasser's Two-thirds of the '
Scraped his stomach climbing a tree Judge Omar C. Ketchum, Cir- United Arab Republic government the American
Closed the door on his foot and fractured two toes and cuit Judge for Washington, Blasts Lodgec has signed a nonbinding come from local :
Gotten poison ivy infection on both knees. D. C. recommended McDonaldto letter of intent to hire the three rived from i
The doctor's advice to vacation-bound Varney the Court.McDonald. ( ) New York Times firms to undertake the reclamation ments of wheat to
family: has served as TUCSON, Ariz. Sen. Bar- scheme, known as the Val- amount to about $
"The safe thing to do is put Roger in the kennel and Alachua County Judge for ry Goldwater has broadened the 1
j take the dog." the past 24 years. civil war within the Republican '
Three from
party with a bitter attack on Only
i AMA Elects Henry Cabot Lodge.

Seven Burglary Attempts Goldwater Thursday criticized Drafted in June; Needs
b Dr. D. F. Ward Lodge for leaving his postas I
ambassador to South Viet The number of inducted that at the 7th Ave. at 10:46 p.m. yester- 12:40 pjn. yesterday. :
III 2 men plained present
.i Nights Reported DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP-A 59- Nam, criticized his motives for time 21-22 day.Abram Fire Calls
single boys
year-old Dubuque doctor who doing and that by Gainesville's local years P. Madden, 2102 NE At 7-43! p.m. yesterday, overturned
so implied Lodge
old that classified 1 A
.. The Gainesville Police De- Wendel Barker, of Tampa; an takes over next year as president shared blame for the "secrecy draft board each month is de- and have are why 7th Ter., and a parked auto smudge pot in the 400
partment has reported seven auto driven by C. M. Wasdin, of of the American Medical deception and mistakes of termined by the in U. S. Defense they should given be no deferred reason are owned by Donald B. Griner, block of SE 5th Ave.

a ".. attempted or successful bur Tampa; an auto driven by W. Association is a specialist in our policy in southeast Asia." Department propor- drafted. I
glaries' in the city in the past A. Wright of Madison; and a plastic surgery but one of his tion to the needs of the Arm- being Manhattan's West Side '
two nights. truck owned by a Jacksonvillelinen main concerns is the family "I hope," said Goldwater, ed Forces at the particulartime. Examples of reasons for de-
"that Ambassador Lodge will ferment are being in a reserve
The Minit Mart at company. doctor.
I grocery
; 1631 NE 16th Ave., reported last Albert L. Fussell, 1310 .N E Dr: Donovan F. Ward was not be a lone Republican voice The Selective Service Sys- unit such as the essential National Becomes 'Fortress of Fear' i
crying excuses or evasion in Guard, having an
night someone slammed the dial 14th Ter., also reported his named president elect of the tem inducted 6,000 draftees in
k off the front of its safe with auto broken into AMA at its national convention the wilderness of this adminis- occupation such as a teacheror ,
% a Wednesdaynight June with 101 coming from all
Sfrm mtw that included the
in degree flork 40 blocks H
tration's Vietnamese policy. being a student a
I large bar and hams in the First in San Francisco. I
\ wrecking -, Baptist Thursday of Florida and three from institution. the earlier Kraft poll. Bot)
Goldwater, the frontrunnerfor granting By LAYHMOND ROBINSONNEW
mer. Church parking lot. It's an office he cherished and Gainesville. Those inductedwere I
Trade schools considered parts were sponsored by tin
the Republican presidential are YORK-For thousandsof
The Mrs. Davis Biles of for
burglary was not success- 3919 SW a reason. Alonza Perry and Roy
ful and nothing in the store 5th Place, reported her auto "I don't want to destroy the nomination, added, "It is still Albert Griffith. The third as reason for deferment if New Yorkers, Manhattan's'upper 'Center for Democratic Institutions
was immediately discovered broken into, but nothing missing.:relationship between the general difficult for me to believe, as name was not available be- the school is of an essential west side has become al an arm of the Fund for
'* missing. Wednesday night. practitioner and the specialist a matter of fact, that anyone cause the draftee was trans- nature. "fortress of fear," a survey re the Republic.
The night before, thieves Most of the entries were done but I do want to strengthen the could leave such a post, at sucha ferred to a board in Georgia.A All young men are requiredto vealed yesterday. "Their chief complaints," Ly
broke into four vehicles parkedat by forcing the vent window concept of the family doctor," critical time, simply to pur- register for the draft on Apprehension over frequent ford said, "were that then
the Thomas Hotel. with a screwdriver, police sur- said Dr. Ward, chief of the surgical -sue a" personal pol i ical spokesman for the State their 18th birthday or five muggings, thefts, robberies and were not enough policementhat
Vehicles entered at the Thorn- mised. Nothing was immedi" section of Finley Hospitalhere. course. Selective Service Board ex-_ n days thereafter.WHAT'S other forms of violence cause they were not arouni'

c as Hotel were a truck driven by. ately reported missing. many residents to "seal them, when you needed them. BJ
IN A NAME? selves in at night" and not ven- there was very little mentiol'
ture outdoors after dark. I of police brutality."

1. "It's like a combat zone," reported This indicated he said, thd

Just 666 Letters in His Joseph Lyford, who has many in the area thought tii )
been conducting a survey of police were doing a fairly goal
the west side for two years for" job but that the crime problem !

PHILADELPHIA AP) -for his full name, which he chapfsvonhinzwischensternartigraum the Fund For the Republic. was becoming insurmount
"When somebody calls my says is: Senior. "This paralyzing and con-. able.
name, I don't have any trouble The senior is to distinguish stant fear for personal safety"was
finding out who they mean," Adolph Blaine Charles David l him from junior. one of the principal find- DelayedCAPE
j says the man who claims he Earl Frederick Gerald Hubert, What's in a name? ings of a two-party survey be- Firing

,has the longest last name in the Irvin John Kenneth Lloyd Martin In an admittedly loose trans- ing made by Lyford and the KENNEDY, Fla. (A?!
United States-666 letters, plus Nero Oliver Paul Quincy lation, Hubert says: It tells a 'John F. Kraft public opinion -Guidance system trouble to
26 given names. Randolph Sherman Thomas Un- story of a wolf-killer, a resident poll.The day forced a second straigbpostponement
"I like to be unique," says cas Victor William Xerxes Yam. of a stonehouse in a .village, first part of the survey of an attempt t<
Hubert B. Wolfeschlegelstein- cy Zeus Wolfeschlegelsteinhaus- whose ancestors were conscientious -I consisting of questioning 401 !launch the high energy Atlas
lausenbergerdorff. "I don't like enbergerdoffwelchevoralt- shepherds whose sheep I residents of the 40-block area Centaur rocket on its third tes
being part of the common ernwareengewissenhaftscha- were well fed and carefully I from eighty-sixth to ninety flight.
herd." ferswessenschafewarenwob- guarded against attack by ferocious :sixth streets between Central The countdown on the Itt
Hubert, 47, a Philadelphian of Igepflegeundsorgfaltigkeitbeschutzenvorangreifendurchi- enemies and whose an :Park West and Riverside foot-tall rocket had progressed

'. ,. K German descent, doesn't use cestors 1,200,000 years before J Drive. It is sometimes called to two hours before the scheduled
; his full,name when signing doc- hrraubgierigfeindewelchevo- the first earth man, in a spaceship I the "Stryker's Bay" area. 9 am. liftoff when thi
uments-just the first 35 letters. ralternzwolfhunderttausend- made with tungsten and The second part of the survey -problem cropped up.
That's bow he is listed with jahresvorandieerschweinen- seven indium motors and '
using 1 conducted by Lyford. covered No new launching date wa,
the John Hancock Mutual Life I vonderersteerdemenschderraumschiffgenaehtmittungs- light as a source of power, I a larger 65-block area set immediately. .
:* Insurance Co., which has to started a long journey across .
process his policy by hand. The teinundsiebeniridiumelektris- interstellar space, searching for i
company's giant 7074 computer chmotorsgebrauchlichtalsseinurspnmgvonkraftgestarts.. a star around which was an in-' LAWN IRRIGATION
stops dead when it comes to any habitable planet where' they I
t: identification beyond 35 letters. einlangefahrthinzwischenst- could establish a new race of i SYSTEMSCustom
Hubert's Social Security card ernartigraumaufdersuchen- intelligent mankind and where;
has the "shortened" version nachbarschaftdersternwelchchegehabtbewohnbarplante- they would live long, happy f Designed; For Your Lawn Tailored To
the 44 letters, including HubertB. lives and be free from, attack i Your Needs And Your Budget By A Specialist. .
even though it takes up tenkreisedrehensichundwoh- by other Intelligensia from the I For best performance and efficiency we hove available Buck-
Yes, It Is :a _Peaceful Scene I two lines. inderneuerassevonverstandi- outer space from whence they: ner. Champion, Thompson and RainbJrd. Flush, Pop-Up, or
'Irtpufs Type Sprinkler Heads.
Hubert said in an interviewthat gmenschlichkeitkonntefortpflanzenundsicberfreuenanl- came. i
1 -. ..And It's typical of a 60-mile( radius of Gainesville. That's :why we havea 1 the Army used a clippedand Hubert, a linotype operator,j i if I!, Call Sudden FULLY GUARANTEED Oil Co.
special'section today telling about,, all the places you can go to have fun in an Anglicized version of his ebenslanglichfreudeundruhe- has a wife, Constance, and two I Service
hour's drive. This was made at Barnhill's fishing camp on Lake Santa Fe. I monicker when he was draftedin mitnichteinfurthtvorangreif. sons, Hubert, etc., etc., Jr., and' FR 64404r
1942. They just wouldn't go envorandererintelligentges- Timothy Wayne, etc. etc. j

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Friday, June 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

35 Houses for Sele 35 Housts for Sal

Employment 35 Houses for Salt, 35 Houses for Sole! 35 Houses for Sole

i $60 Month. New CB home low BY OWNER 3 Bedroom 2 tath.
WANT-AD RATES down payment. See at 210 $. E. built In stove. oven, garage. WOULD for you buy a $70,000 home SEE NOW GLADYS SMITHFOUR
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 20th St. Call 3723576 or 372- screened porch patio. near considerably less? Located In Ma lore Gardens
: 4692. schools and shopping cent'!r. SI 09 an atmosphere that offers heart's 3 mL S. of Univ. on 441 BEDROOMS
VA Loan. desire for relaxed' comfortable 21145 2-4625 2-4537
PH. 3728441for total monthly payments WE have several homes for
living. U minutes
from Gaines
WAITRESSES. evening diningroom IDYLWILD Anxious to sell my equity on terms. 2016 N.E. 17th ville. Here Is FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. In the Northwest. Four bed
your opportunity.
shift. See Miss Pozin. University 3 E'. t bath home with rla. tm. Terrace. Write box 444 M Gainesville Sun. home located In Westmoreland sal and more. Fin ley or Lile
Inn.ESTABLISHED. HW floors, central heal. 1900 Estates. On city pavedSt .
sewers West
wood area end AIr
S oJ Ft. 4012 S.W. 19th St. FR FOR SALE by owner In NE sec. BLACK 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family and In prime
29024.LEAVING tion. 3 BR. 2 bath large living citi
II IIClassified with
Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. us to see these
OnlyDEADLINES Avon Cosmetics: in Micanopy. Call rm.. dining rm., & kitchen. PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 Central heal. built-in kitchen In- homes-3725393PICfURESQUE
screened porch.In
TOWN. Attractive open onto large
Mrs. Fullington FR 2-0421. bedrooms 2 baths hardwood
eluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
terms to right party who wants walking distance of three floors central .
WAITRESSES wanted to work thru heat. Ilr 3 BR, 2 bath house furnished schools. Fenced In back yard. units electric and .
noon and S to 11 at night. 6 or unfurnished. Ideal location. Call 376-5758. and utility range drlPHSIGrage U of F 1. medical center FHA 79 acres stream running through
days a week. Good salary. Good 3465 NW 1st Court. Phone 376-8026. carport lot 110 room Ig. sIngle $22.700. Down payment 1700. property. Permanent Behta pas
Tues. thru Fri. paper*-5 pm. Day before publication working conditions. Apply Sandwich shade trees. FR 6-6427.x 120' with Immediate occupancy. Drive by ture. Pear o.r. 3 ba
For ads to go In Sun. paw-12:00 a.m. SM. Inn. 110 N.E i6ID Ave. OPEN HOUSE 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. JWK. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler nlm Pecan trs. I '
For So go In Mon. paper-1 rum. Sa!. Phone FR 6-0924. rm. Only usa down. assume ENJOY FLORIDA Brothers., 372-9545 dally 376-9041 with fl equipment.Call .
loan at $96 ntaht. 372- .
1 OPENING for resident nurse at per mo. By owner..
Minimum ad 4 lines) 1937 NE 7th Ter. 372-8404
Camp Crystal Lake. 4 to a weeks LIVING
this summer. If Interested, con- FULL house of furniture for sale TWO STORY .
Northwest.New SEETHIS
FAMILY RATES HOME and Income In Florida ranch model designed for I N condition and ready for
tact Dw:grit Hunter at School Administration $450 for my equity will buy 3b' attractive duplex. tip-top
I Bldg. Ph. FR 2-4I. Listing on indoor-outdoor living. Large corner and living.
house at $75 per month at earning Apartmt up
Insertion ............................................... 34c fine WAITRESS wanted for Howard 2101 NW. 55th Ter. Live rrent In and your rent two the bedroom:other.apart-Only lot lust one block from spacious two story 4 bed- and thr lar-

) Insertions ............................- .................. 22c line Johnson's Restaurant. Apply 9 to BY OWNER. Mason 3 BR. S17.500.00.DELIGHTFUL. community ient to swim club. Conven- room 3 bath home With 2 SleepIng r for rentals. All frnis
Insertions ......................................... .... 17c line 11 AJM. or 2 to 4 P.M. in person 2 bath cent. heat Manor built-in kit.. two bedroom house three schools. Two fun baths porches located In a desirable priced at 111. G fian
Insertions ............................................... 14e line only. 2830 N.W. 13th St. huge screen porch paved dead- very convenient to the University. -Ing adaptable bedrooms.to air Central condition-heat-' NE neighborhood.very ONLY cing. Close cl
112 charge computed by multiplying! total lines x rate earn end street shaded lot. reasonably Lovely largo living room withfireplace Ing. $500 month. $14,000 with $1200 DOWN. 31H33
x number of Insertions. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn priced. Phone FR 2.2371.LI1TLEWOOD cool screened porch NO TyFNlSV M7
up to SS per hour demonstrating large bedrooms shaded lot. per month Includes taxes and $474 DOWN 3 bedroom masonry GLADYS SMITHREALTOR

famous Studio Girt AREA Shown by appointment only. insurance. Pay only $100 of home with built In oven and I
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 4 B R. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living SPACIOUS and gracious three bedroom closing charges. range 1 year old-ONLY $75.00 Associates:
I Five letter words per line _Phone 376-4336 after 6. area. central heat. built-in kit. two bath home in VIe pre HUGH. per month. Carolyn Noyes Anna Hlnson
doctor's 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High. ferred address of Black Acres. EDWARDSINC.
RECEPTIONIST. office. You will like the hardwood floors. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR' 2
2 blks. from
I General office work. with typing Llttlewood clem' $500.00 DOWN-Large X bedroom
Same as 2 lines essential. 1 girl office Permanent school. Ideal for Ig. family or panelled family room. large two story frame home near Kirby bath Ig. Fla. r. utility area
8 Pt. ordinary type resident. Write Box 441A family and elderly persons. amount of closets and the 376-7971 Smith School. ONLY $6000 separate living rm.. dining rm.,
modern kitchen. Available tomorrow wall to wall
coo Gainesville Sun. Giving age Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 per month. kitche carting
Di. Same as 3 lines at $24.50000.
12 marital status and experience. NW. 13th Ave. 3722893. rmglass sliing dor
I ordinary type J. W.KIRKPATRICK. FORDYCEREALTOR WE HAVE several 3 bedroom leading to 16* x 24' p.tl fc
WHITE housekeeper wanted. Live N.W. 34th Street 3 BR. 2 bath bath homes with central heat air ed-ta back yard. 12"
4 lines In. Widower with 3 school home. Central heat and air con- conditioning and Florida room In Ter. S9.
1 18 Pt.ordinary type i ditioned. Out of city limits. deep
children. Phone 3722161 after the Llttlewood School the
5 well R.E.A. Power. Realtor area 4 BR. 2 bath over 2.100 sq. ft. lv
or anytime Sat or Sun. 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404 Gainesville High School areas and ing space, air cond. Ideal
Idylwlld. tion 3469 N. W. lift
Member Multiple Listing
REPOSSESSED 3 BR. 1 bath built- 126
24 Pt Sam .- tine' s 12 Male Help Wonted in appliances small down payments ASSOCIATES: $1000 DOWN Spacious 3 bedroom Ave. 2.5.

'. "rtlnary type monthly' payments $85. Located Floye Matmasen Irene BunnellA. Traditional 2 bath masonry home InWestwocx 2 room frame house Mt re
W. K e e c e, Capt.. USN. Ret. In
\ BOYS wanted for afternoon on SE 28th Place. Call FR Large comer lot. Archer. Large)
paper I styling and quiet living In this 4 lot.
22372. $4500 total cost. Call "
routes. 12 yrs. or older. See or bedroom. 2 bath home In N.W. 521"
The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible tor more that one call Mr. Young, afternoons. 372.4,1 FINLEY AREA. For quick sale RedfranksRealestate Gainesville. Almost 1500 sq. ft. of John FOR $ALI by owner 2 BR home
a4 Incorrect insertion. nor will It be liable: for any error In adver ext. 19. Gainesville Sun 3 BR. 1 bath. dining room screened living area and e delightful lot. Merril 1 mi. : University and don
tisement to e greater extent than the cost of the space occupied _Circulation Dept.EXPERIENCED porch. garage $2,000 down Equipment Includes built-in oven Trees. shrub fireplace,
by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will roofers. Apply 7:00 Ideal for larger slzesl Small. approx. $87 per mo. 1735 N. W. and surface unit. Only $16.000. family r. nces. $ .
be made on error that do not materially effect the value of A M. In person ready to worn striped openwork pattern flatters 7th PI. 372-8553. Call Fordyce fc AssocIates Inc., MULTIPLE LISTING 500. W. 14th Ave. FR 6

| the advertisement. 2314 N.E. 19th Drive. your figure. 5-ROOM FRAME house. screened 376-1236. Associates: Marcella Pardl 5658.

WhNTEDPLUMBING Smart. slimming Knit lacket In porch. reduced for quick sale IN PARK LIKE SETTING huge W. H. Buchannan 7 BEDROOMS. 2 baths, Ilr-o.
t SERVICE MAN easy to-remember pattern stitch $2. 95. Phone Cephls Goodman lot with circular drive underground Paneled Ig. Fla. room. Near Club
The Gainesville Sun the of Germantown nylon or knitting 52M384 Williston. sprinkler system. and schooL Boys down.
reserves privilege of
revising or n- worsted. Pattern 726: sizes 40 42; living room oak floors central air- $13.50 10
bedroom Iblth.
o lectlng Very modem 3 FREDARNOLD
.!I I any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal and to HE MUST: ...6. For Sale by owner 3 large bedrooms conditioning and built in bookshelves 312.714
k change the cllsslflcltion' of any advertisement from that ordered Have a city License Thirty five cents In coins for Florida room hardwood Large living room are only a few of the UNUSUAL architect Designed home.
.. with doors to
I sliding glass
*4 conform to the policy of the paper. Stay sober this pattern-add 15 cents for each floors 2 full tile baths. CCB screened porch. Call e-0817. many extra features found In this 3 BR., 2 bath U acre on Hog-
4 Be reliable pattern for 1st Be willing to work all hours special handling. Send to Laura Ave. FR 21265. bedroom 1 N.W. section. Over 2,200 sq. ft. from all rooms.
.t.z ................_._.....,......_..._..-IIIII1IiI1III! UIUIIIUUUllllnUllllhUIDlIIIIII".lIlUlllllllllllif; Live In city Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft BY bath.of Gleaming- oak strip of living area and only $25,500. Sunken Iv. room with fireplace'
OWNER Flnley School Area.
Have a phone Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old Spacious 3-bedroom house In floors fireplace recreationroom. Call Fordyce 1. Associates, Inc., and built In HI-FI. Dining area
Give referencesHE Chelsea!' Station New York 11. quiet neighborhood. 2626 NW 2nd Walk to campus or 376-1236. REALTOR kitchen equipped Including WiSh
N. (. Print plainly PATTERN Ave. FR 2-0992. golf course. Only $400 DOWN er. Each BR. with built In
CAN EXPECT: NUMBER. NAME, ADDRESS and & $88 per mo. Irtcl. taxes Beamed er and des opening on private
Good paySteady ZONE. 3 Bedroom. large corner lot. screened porch. BR. with separate -
& Ins. to qualified FHA buyer. .
work BARGAINI Big. new 1964 Needlecraft porch. Carport $60 per month. Call 4-0817 tor appt. ceilings walnut paneling and brick 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHSNew bat and dressing room.Paneling .
THE TIME IS NOW Paid vacation Catalog-over 200 designs. 1001 N.W. 24th Avenue. FR 2- fireplace exemplifies the beautiful construction nearing com and beam c. ling
Time & halt over 40 hours ONLY 25 CENTSI A must if you 7882. NORTHWEST Mid trees rolling Interior of this 4 bedroom. 2 bath pletion. Handsome Southwest location throho. Patio and screened

crochet quilt I sew embroider. 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath CCB. screened lawns t> nice homes. 3 BR home In the N.W. Add this to 2.. and situated on pave street. condo $23,000. Open
: Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING INC. Send 25 cents. porch. air conditioned central I 2 bath. Fla. room built-in 000 sq. 0 ft. of living area on a Home comes c built. house Sunday I to 6. 1230 N.W.
372-0405. SPECIAL VALUEI 16 C O M- heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street FR kit. Central heat. MODERATE spacious lot and you can't pass It In range and oven central heat- _34th Road. Ca't FR 6-78J1
WANTED experienced mechanic at PLETE QUILT PATTERNS in 2-672'. PRICE RANGE. Make up at $27,000. Truly different. Call Ing system hlr floors and
deluxe. new Quilt Book. For be an offer on equity & assume Fordyce t> Associates Inc., 376Shady- many extras. $3.000. 37 Real Estate ExchangedWILL
once. Me ton Motors, 703 N. Main
: j Do You Have A Room 1236.
Apartment St. Phone 376-7571. ginners experts. Send 50 cents NW SECTION. 3 BR. 2 baths. mortgage for one low
nowl) large carport & utility rear terrace monthly payment which Includes 305 N.W. 23
WANTED one good second cook. excellent condition. Good taxes & Ins. Call '- Most choice 3 resIdence trade waterfront lot for car.
; Or House to Rent? Apply by letter to box 445-M care 18 Schools & Instructions terms. 3725756. 0117. situated on more than an Lat priced from $1,250 to 1.0.
of Gainesville trees surround the fenced
Sun. yard and
acre site. Beautiful shade trees. have you? Phone GR ,
LEAVING TOWN. will sell 3
THE Independent Life Insurance BR. 2 bath cent. heat built my. In BIG OLD & CHEAP excellent patio of this 3 bedroom, 2 bath This home is well constructed and G. P. Rlppey Melrose.
home In Florida Park. Oak floors
has Real Estate Exam location. 3 apartments with offers prestige as well as convenience
Company an opening for an kitchen home. You can save
a fireplace add to the cozIness -
ordinary agent. Advance draw to $1500. Call FR 23826 or GR good income. Call 6- 817. for only $,0
COURSEATTEND of this home.
REMEMBER-A lovely neighborhood
I rental COSTS Claude M.MRfd" Franks Realtor
vacancy qualified applicant. Call J. I. First lesson free. 5-5922 Melrose. Associate also. Only and 38 Real Estate Wanted
Myrtle Lawlter
Williford Manager at 6-2582
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEoE available under Call For
for Information and NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., 9 W. E. "BUI" Harris. Associate
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent GRADALL OPERATOR appointment.alsw Grad- COLLEGE.FR. 6-3507 3723727.218 W. Univ. Ave bath Central heat central air 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 4-0817 dyce & Associates, Inc., 3761234.Investment Restaurant on a river with near 4 Gainesville.cabins situated Completely UF Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 bath.
y 372-7743.
cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call Res. 376-2927 or equipped including boats
Sept. Dr. N. Market.
all truck driver who check Little.
con Listing
Member Multiple
grade. Apply to Mr. Elrod at SHORTHAND.TYPINGSecretarlll 376-2927. and equipment. This Is a going K.nvi. Rd. Buffalo N.Y..
:it it!
t Courses Classes now MANOR business. Call for .
Z Fi.:.d Office. Interstate 75 at forming Howell's Business College CAROL ESTATES 3 BR. IV* bath. 3 BR 1 bath roomy house. yours for the small price of $9400.
5tth Ave. NW. Ph. 372.77M_ 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- dining rm.. Fla. rm.. Ig. utll. Desirable nehhborhood. Lowdown It has been reduced for quick 39 Out of Town
3507. rm.. fenced back yard near payment. 201 NW 34th Ter. sale. Do Call Fordyce Associates Yet 2 bed Proper
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU MAN wanted for l local milk route schools & churches. 372-8776. Inc., 376-1236. room home Is available for Immediate ATTRACTIVE SUMMER OR Retirement
age 23-35 married. bondable. 28 Livestock & Supples occupancy. Good N.E. lo- home 2
high school education or equivalent Builder Close-Out race.PARRISH cation. Attached family on acres .
Western N. C. Mountains near
I EVERY DAY until it is rented : 5th St.preferred. Apply 204 S. W. WANT finished TO on SEE dry your lot hogs or properly pasture. BUILDER must sell a limited num- FORDYCEASSOCIATES room separate dining room t11, Ga. line. Mile from Stort. TVA
electric heat "
of new homes in of
IF you are between 24 and 40. then try CPA Cooperative Mills Gainesville's most beautiful INC Separate guest quarters,
areas. well
; IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS married and have a high school 12 pet Porkmaker meal or pul Close to schools and shopping. PRESENTSMASON Multiple Listing Realtors LAKE FRONT PROPERTY a.g. and shop. Excellent view
: education you owe it to your lets. Special for June. FMX Hugh Edwards. Inc. 376-7971. Grace Fordyce. Broker 99 Acres on sprlngfed lake with sand traams. Terms. Full descrlp.
self and your family to Investigate Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR Dudley Goulden Associate bottom. Estimate 4,000 front feet tion on request. W. F. Manus

$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day the opportunities and fringe 2-1095 or 441-230.5. A COOL BUY 3 BR, IVi Bath Harvey Benton, Associate on $ with 2 Shooting Creek, HIYf'svl. N C.
benefits offered by the Western AC WW carpeting drapes HW MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom, O. C. Gay Associate pet. cash down.
H'j & Southern Life Insurance Co. to FOUR Shetland ponies. Phone floors fenced yard. $97 per mo. 2 bath home. Central heating and 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 40 Business Properties
j) $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day; qualified men. Openings now after 6 p.rn. 376-7428 Including T & I. Owner leaving. air conditioning. Lovely fenced
available In Keystone Melrosearea Phone 3723784 719 N. W. 19th rear yard makes Ideal play area ARNOLDRealty
and Gainesville. Call 376- HORSE OWNERS Lane. for children. Convenient to schools M Excellent comer location zoned BR
$55 per mo. . $1.83 day
J per 5811 Thurs., FrL or Sat. mornIng ATTENTION 2. 89 x 120. Drive by 527-533 North
for apptATTRACTIVE At Stud. Welsh Breed. For appointment Home With IncomeJUST IMMEDIATE occupancy can be had Company Main and call us for Information.

I $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day POSITION for wide write P. O. Box 415. LISTED. live in newly decorated I on ry this home pleasant on nice 3 Florida bedroom Park mason lot NEAR SHOPPING Listing Member J. W. Klrkpatrlck. Agency. FR
awake limit. Neat Gainesville. Florida. Your horse 3 bedroom home and 2040. 31 N Main
man no age rent within walking distance of Gainesville 121* W. Uniy Ave. 3723522
appearance good cha r. c tel'. must have veterinary certificate.Fee apartment to help make 3 BR 1V4 bath N.E. like
garage new.
and J. J. Finley -
$65 $2.16 High Associates Peter Slag
mo. . day :
per per steady work. Phone 372-7811 $25. monthly payments. Owner will Schools.ANGLEW000. CB const Cent heat & A-C. hw Jane Caldwell F. W. Hedge 41 Residential Income
l Thursday 5:00 to 7:30. Saturday 3 MILK cows; 2 are springing. 1 finance. Realistic price of $15000 floors shaded lot. near shopping. Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo
I $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 3:30 to 5:30.MANAGER has 3 wk. old calf. They're all and immediate possession.' Call Almost new 4 bed- $16,80000. Call Mary Moeller. Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home. Also a*
TRAINEES NEEDED. heavy milkers and have shots. now to see.ALACHUA. room 2 bath Contemporary home. Joining rental property. 200 ft.
Call 466-3418 Central heat and central A-C. BUY LIKE RENTS. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd
I $75 per mo. . $2.50 day age 21-50 steady employment
per fringe benefits. Apply Jackson's REALTYAssociates Fenced back yard. Family room, 23 Ave. Will together er sepa
\ Minit Market 1234 N. W. 16th 30 PETS & SUPPLIES beautiful built In kitchen. Immediate W. 3 BR fine residential area rately. 311 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-

I I $80 per mo. ,. . $2.66 per day Ave. Member Multiple Listing occupancy.A fire Equity PU$1,00000.family rm Take shaded up payments lot. kitchen cabinets 4752.

2 WANTED one night clerk. preferably FLORIDA Pest Control is featuringthis 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2448 PERFECT HOME. beautiful and $12500 mo. Call Mary

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day retired or semi-retired man. month Tropical Fish and Are! T. Smith. Realtor spacious for gracious living. located Moeller. cOunt em!" FURNITURE
Apply In person to Hotel Thomas Tropical Birds of all kinds. We Mabel Gore Associate In a choice Westslde location New home In top Northeast lo
"I 615 N.E. 2nd St. between also have children's pets and this 4 bedroom. 3 bath home with SHADY LOTNear cation. U kitchen features UPHOLSTERYFor
$90 mo. . $3.00 supplies. Call us for any of your WHY PAY RENT? sap
per per day hrs. of 7 and 12 AM. or 6:30 swimming pool and lovely patio. 23 cupboard
New homes. 9500. 3 bedroom tile
} to 10:00 PM. pet problems. FLORIDA PEST bath living room with fireplace separate campus. 2.500 sq. feet. C. .all formica ..General top quality wor.ns"'p'
$65 month. Located
CONTROL PET CENTER. FR per en large family brick living rm dining rm. modern top. call
S t. $95 per mo. . $3.16 per dayJ' EXCELLENT *6-2661, 20 NW 16th Ave. Trade-Ins.S. E. 45th Call Terrace.FR 22372.Also some room dining carpets room and drapes Included. kit with dining' erea. dbl car trooms.Electric two full- luxury baths.large 372-6142

ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good loads of storage space central pt. Ig lot call Mary Moeller. room plus' lots of

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day OPPORTUNITYAAA for watch, stock, and pets. FR BY OWNER 4 BR 2 bath extra heat and air conditioning. closet space. Immediate occu- GAINESVILLE
large shady lot. Ig. month after only UPHOLSTERY
Automobile Association 2-C033. utility area GIVE $94 per
American panc.
big kitchen with skylight tcrrai- GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town down FHA per 1508 NW. 13th Sf.
has an opening for a YOU will be proud to own one of 2 bath Security to family t buy this o S
zo floors. 4018 NW 13th Ave. West- and must sell 4 bedroom your month after paying closing Free Estimates-PIC* iii end
membership representative In these beautifully marked. healthy. morland. 376-7993 after S for appt. home living room family room. charming 3 br home with Ig family charges VA.
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Gainesville and Ocala area. ThisIs A.K.C. registered beagle pups. built-in kitchen and acre ened rm. study Ig patio on beautiful .elvery.
excellent opportunity for a BY OWNER Carol Estates 3 BR, HUGH EDWARDSINC.
an Bred to hunt. Ideal pets. Ph. :76- porch. Central heat and central shaded lot. Price reduced.
man with manager ability age 5555.TOY 2 bath kitchen equipped option air conditioning. Priced to sell. $14400.00 call Mary Moeller. -
25 to 45. Sales experience preferred al. ,'/,. mortgage. 1121 NE 21st .
but not necessary. Monthly POODLES all colors. 7 wks. Ave. Phone 3721316. FREE ESTIMATES on
SUN restricted residential -
bonus. sales allowance com old. AKC rrg. $125. Call 372- BUDGET 376-7971
Including 7258 after 5 P.M. 2 BR frame neat and clean good subdivision acre lots paved FURNACE end Quality
missions. benefits
condition city water shady lot streets Inside lots $3950, corner 2 br Ig rms. corner tot. $320000
Insurance paid vacation.retirement hospitali.zalion. and- FREE. baby kittens to good hoire. 50 x W. Immediate occupancy lots $4250. Select your homes'te needs work done near downtown. 3 Bedroom. 2 bath near shopping Central AirConditioner

disability Income. If you are In- Phone FR 92278 easy private financing. $200 down. now before the next Increase. Call Mary Moeller. center end schools. $8,600 mort
$55 monthly. Located at 1318 SE $7055 month Including taxes
terested In a career with a national FOR SALE Female white and gage.
organization. this may be tan puppies. Call FR 21763. 2nd Ave. near busllne. See It and and Insurance. $3400 GI equity
your opportunity. Call Marvin phone FR 6-7170. M. M.PARRISH MaryMoeller fo$1700. 2202 N.E. 'St.
FOX Terrier 2 choice FR
Kolb. 3n-< Announcements TROUBLE SHOOTER male pups. white with east of Starke. Drapes In every CHOICE WESTMORLAND hyT

r. MUST have knowledge of home block spots. Call I I FR room. central heat. termite treat. ESTATEFor
construction and maintenance.Must 6-6427. ed 2 pecan trees on property. sale by owner rflelle. 4 Best In equipment usln Internally
You thrive on hard work. Ability landscaped with drive added. Call BR. separate living P1. Insulated duc. designed -
to work well with others es THREE 8-week old registered miniature '9692821 964-8801. & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. dish wahr. dbl. Ipi lev engineered
3 LOST & FOUND sential. You will be paid accord- Chihuahuas. 2 females and HOME for sale by owner. Lot Wayne Hill Helen Graham Realtor I el. 26 s ft., dbl. cent.
1'':; Ing to your ability and experl- 1 male beautiful and very rea 175* x 375'. Esther Williams Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Perrlsh tat eond., Ig comer lot byALL AMERICAN HEATING

ence. Good future with top com. sonable. Call FR 2-9712. swimming pool. 410 N.E. 13th 19 N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2-5375 101* W. University FR M471 many trees Call 372.13. aV AIR CONDITIONING CO.

j'. : LOST LARGE grey cat In vicinity pany. Reply to Box 446-A CoO TOY POODLES from scme of the Ave. Shown by appointment only. PRESTIGE Member Multiple Listing i BY OWNER 3 BR. 1 bath CCB.
N. W. 6th St. erea. Reward: Gainesville Sun. finest blood in Fla. Only 3 purebred Call J. R. Crane 372-3631. MARY MOELLER BROKER $400 down $37 per mo. Joins PH. 376-8268

:t- Phone 376-4785. GM trained MECHANICS wanted.To 6 week old white puppies COMMUNITY ASSOCIATESE. playground and pool area In 1934 NE U 81vd

Can LOST: Mans Bulova watch Tuesday start work immediately at $7S each. Also 1 black ttan- W. Moeller Foster Kessler Highland Court Manor with paid 24 Serie
''f. P.M. In restroom of Hump.ty must have own tools. Plenty of _dard adult 377-5674 NEW BARGAIN PRICE Dick Durbin vp membership. Call 312-599.
Dumpty. Call work. Free hospitalization Insurance -
: FR 27350 after 3 Bedroom, 2 bath homes. Near
7 p.m. Reward salary guaranteed equipped 33 LOTS FOR SALE school V.A. nothing down only Here's a chance to own e quality
with most modem service facilities $100 closing. FHA minimum home In a prestige communityfor IN THE
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE In area. Gateway Chevrolet 2Va acre wooded home sites near down payment. N. W. 6th St. lust $450 down FHA. You'll
Inc. Starke. Fla. Phone 964-3900. new Myra-Terwilliger school By and 37th Place. be living among some ,of the
owner. Terms may be arranged. finest families In North Central
START Phone 376-4343. Florida. Three bedrooms. IV*
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at a new career In the Florida Real NORTHWESTClose baths. Lots of storage space.
t L tention to Estate profession. Become a FORDYCE LOTS
Buy nervous or elderly. to school and shopping. 3 bedrooms $11300. $80 monthly including
Easy Way Driving SchooL FR member of Florida's finest profession 1 acre lots beautifully wooded. $2- 2 bath home with family taxes and Insurance.
_!: 2. Lie by State of Fla multi-m 1111 I n dollar real 200.00 2 acres with small creek. nice home EDWARDSINC.
estate Corp. Will pay for your $2.90000 Others from $1,450.00 for heT: rnga: 1y with only HUGH

6 SrtCIAL NOTICESI schooling and guarantee employ -up $1.500 down payment.
ment. For interview Call Ocala FORDYCE .

1 have new 1964 model automatic MOTOR 429.7921 route collect.carrier for established ASSOCIATES.REALTORS INC. DAN BYRD 3767971NEW SUN

Zlg Zag and 926 W. Univ. 376-1231. 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bam
sewing machines. No route in tf e Hawthorne
Hire! attachments needed to do the Orange Heights area. GOOD Associates Inc. carport and utility room. $9,000. NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
S 241, drainage
following decorative stitches EARNINGS. Must have transportation 420 x 210 on well Jack DeYot Realtor $250 down. $45 month. Phone FR
buttonholes appliques mono and be bondable. For Information Cape field out Canaveral bldg. 1705 Florida N. AtL Ave.. Associates 3335 days.

grams blind hems. Etc. $575 call Mr. Vories FR 2- E. E. Holloway Christine Stone BEVIN ARMS section. 3 BR home OATS & MOTORS
Per mo. $5450 total price. 115 8441. Circulation Dept. 5:00 to Walter Stoddard wooded lot.
lust 1 old. Large OUTDOOR RECREATION
34 Waterfront yr. BOATS &
W. Univ. PropertyON 925 NW 13th Street 3722511
Ave. 376-1075. 7:30 P.M. __ 20S X 150. $11,500.) Call 3726050for MOTOR
Call night or day

DUE Zig.zag TO DIVORCE sewing machine.must sell Like 1964 13-Help Male! or Female THE GULF NEWLarge appt. to see. HUNTER BOlts.1rr Fiberglass Fishing boats. 24" GRILLS

Sell! new. monograms buttonholes. Cedar Key Shores NICE : LAPSTRAKE 1295U' 12 Ply fs HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home $1'"
sews on buttons. fancy stitches. 3 Bedroom 1 bath home. Irving" FISHERMAN $295tr3 .
Pick up payments $6.45 per mo. PLACEMENT SERVICE Other Properties with beautiful family room and room. dining room. kitchen and .' WITH STEERING .... $345. THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
Small bal. Call 372.7610 or FR 2- Office Professional sep. dining room. Lovely built-in oak floors throughout. Four blks. EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL 725 N. Main m.3
.. 2051. Technical David AndrewsCedar kitchen with oven range. dishwasher from Littlewood School. Good CHARGE "e Heart East
College Graduates and disposal. Central heat O Galnvme
1964 PARADE OF HOMES Key 3841 terms $500 down. $90 per mo. Check with
For app?. call 372-6377 and air cond. Good terms. Phone c.ri
August16.. .Benefit 19-12:00 A.M. 2":00 P.M. FR 2-965. Call 2-896S. FRANK PHILKTTrS FR List Classifications
Junior Woman's Club Charities. Monday through Friday WINFRED H. CRAWFORD SPORT CENTER 2-1m 0 c
See any member for tickets. PERSONNEL CENTER Reg. Broker. specallzlng In IDEAL HOME for young couple or BIG VALUESFOUR
or small family. 3 BR 1 bath
&o low
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. CBS down payment and 0
for 15000. Cent. heat. nice Fishing Boats. .
8 Baby Sitters. Child Care COOK'S HELPER good pay good GR 42951.RAINBOW only $59 per mo. No closing. shaded only lot. Excellent close In lo McCULLOCH Motors. MURRAY Wing Swll '
1609 SE 39th
in Wonder. Place. FR 23233.
hours. Apply person
cation. Good financing. See this Trailers and JACKSON salting
Rainbow Equipment.
RIVER near Fishing
house Restaurant. 14 S. W. 1st
Springs. Beautiful lot. sand BY OWNER nice brick veneer. one. Canoes. ADVERTISE I m
EXPERIENCED elementary school _St. behind S-srs beach furnished cottage. Call was Parade of Homes. 3 BR 2 ONLY $74 PER MONTH and a Safety Item,. 0 I
RentCLASSIFIED teacher to care for children. 3 or write BILL DICKS. Realtor. full baths complete kitchen oak small down payment and you can :-Where QwHIfy sells Rail,
acre play area. Planned program. 14-Sales Help Wanted on U. S. 19. Inglis. Florida. 447- floors. central heat I air cond.. own this like new 3-1 home In EBVICE rmucroJY: Golfing Equipment.'
372-7150. 2514 many trees. Brick enclosed patio NW on paved street. Cent neat, 2* NW. 14th Ave.
WHITE baby-sitting In private with barbecue. Big 2-car garage. carport Ut. storage. FR 2-5011 or FR 4-693 Tennis Equipment.
EXPERIENCED automobile salesman Liniewood-Westwood close. dean 3 BR,
home. $2 per day. Phone 372-7395. 35 Houses for Sale very $12,000 BUYS this extra
to start work immediately. FHA appraisal $21.000. Only $93 1 bam CB home at 52J N.w. Mon. Thee Fri. M 'jn. Sat MOther Baseball Equipment.
WILL care for children. In my Best pay plan In area. Freebespitalization mo. after substantial equity or 36th Drive. Only $750 down. Stove. Times by Appointment ALACHUA COUNTY'S
home S\i days a week. Loads of insurance .. demo.plan. USA BUY. $200 down. $100 monthty. go FHA. Call FR 2-0774 for .P t. Ref. and dishwasher included. A ONLY DEALER Where FUh.
3 BR. CCB. close to schools.NE.
toys 4 plenty of loving care.Phone Plenty of action. Gateway REAL BUY.
724307.V.iLL Chevrolet. Inc* Starke Fla. Phone 376-C51I. Get In The SwimFREE AIR CONDITIONED for reel comfort Ads JOHNS

care for your child in my Phone '6 -39\0. N W. Section. Low down payment.LR. lifetime. family membershipIn In this Brand New 3 BR 2 Sun Want SEA HOSE Plus many many m
I on.s..Have fenced back yard. kitchen 2 Br.. 1 air cond. 2 Carol Estates Swim Club and bath CB home at 3649 N.W. 16th SERVICE
Reference Prefer chill sear old 16 Work Wanted Female walk m cedar lined close*?. Parquet Community Center to.1I new Ave. Half Acre landscaped tot. Lone Star Boats. Orlando Ctp
older. Ph. floors tile bath screened Dream kitchen. Double carport. Get Results Beats. supplies.
or 4C332.TINY Hu%Edwards home buyers. 37- S saUI rIs. ADVERTISE THE
100"lot A small down
TYPING. Oictepfton and clertcaL oo-cX Concrete patio. IfS 1& 7971. Sidewalk to schools. I
TOT Permanent resident mature. Take up payments $75 mc.Fq payment will move you bx CAIRO'S MARINE
available immediately. Phone 376- ,6- Florida Park CCB home. oak strip SERVICE DIRECTORY
floors. 3 BR. 2 bath large liv- 601 S. ST.
Dial PLAY SCHOOL _5757 days and 461163IIO FOR sale CCB home. 3 BR. I bam ing room with fireplace. separate UNIVERSITYREALTY MIN

$300 down take up payments. ...
Visit us and see for yourself. 18 Schools & Institutions; Phone 4,4774 or sec at 1753 N.E dining roonF. roonkitcNft
24 with built In stove and cfistlwl5h-
SE tth St. FR 4.7104.
21st Piau.LEAVING er. Central oH heat. Window air ad in the
EXPERIENCED young white wonv MEN It women 18 to u to tram tor Town must selll 3 Bed conditioners. situated. on heavily MR. MERCHANT: To place your

376.4672 an wiU care for children eve CIVIL SERVICE room. 1 balls hardwood floors wooded large lot with lovely pa- 1115 N. Main St. Pt 372-4351

nings. Write Mrs. Sabott. 3629 Examinations. For information saocnvs living .. dining area. tio. Price $29400 with substanti.ai W. M. Munroe. Broker Sun section PHONE 372-8441 I
SW Archer Rd. Gainesville. in
send name address .. Phone No. Carport, $200 down or best of down payment. 1614 N.W. Assoc. S. E. McLawghlhv Frank .
ADVERTISE IN THE Key Training Service.' 112 W. fer. Take over payments. $41 mo. lIfts Ave. By appointment only. Ro y. Roy McCaiM T. C. Douglas.Jr. ,
SERVICE DIRECTORY Adams St.. Jacksonville. Telephone 376-0401. FR 6-2045. .
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I 18 Gainesville Sun Friday; June 26 1964 ,


Beneath This Banner Are The World's Best BargainsCLASSIFIED


t. 1 0 4 $ 3 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Pers on to person ads are for non commercial users.selling merchandise priced

I at $100 or less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

DAYS LINES bring quicker action.

I DIAL 372-8441 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

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; 42 Farms & Acreage 44 Cottages for Rent 45 Furnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 Household Goods 66 Mise For Sal. I 66 Misc. For Sole 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sale

"Selling Florida Since 1906* electric. tile shower good ventilation per mo. Call McKinney Green. $50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- ROOM air conditioner 7.500 BTU. APARTMENT size gas stove. $40. PORT. Ice chest. $12.50; 6 ft. Machines I
J. FOSSEY located on Santa Fe Inc. Realtor. FR 23617. room house. $60 month. Furnished Wa are moving and must sell. Electric refrigerator $25. Large folding table, $10: alum. & plasI and Used $60 S15 up.-15 to choose from
Lake. Phone FR 25451 or FR 2- duplex apt.. $?o month. FR Sacrifice $60. Call FR 6-8082. after duo therm space heater $30. :I tic lounging cot $5; Call' 372- Complete line of photo suppliesFULLER'S
|10 acres rolling mostly cleared. FORDYCE RENTALS 5:00. Phone FR 61133.BURROUGHS !' 4871.t FOTO INC. KIRBY SALES SERVICE
I approximately I Vi mile of paved 8169. 3 Bar.. .-c. NW location $140. 6-7446. ,t 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 712 N. Main Ph. 377'_
road frontage. $200 an acre. near ON Lake Ully. Melrose 3 room 2 Bdr., NW location Furn. S100. 2 Bedroom. CB house. $60 per 66 Mise For Sale. Sensimatlc accounting KOOACOLOR and
Alachua lake cottage sleeps 6 adults. :3 Bdr., SE location semi-furn., month. Call 376-2921 I A.M. to 5 machine F-50, Serial S-68406P. BLACK WHITE
Ralph. Realtori strictly private shaded dock and 7500. P.M. Phone G. Masse 473-4911. Keystone 2 PRINTS for the PRICE of 1 FOREST PINES
i I FOSSEY 360 Melrose Heights. Fla. I I I All sizes except 35 mm
beach. Rt 1. Box OPEN HOUSE SALE
1 Bdr.. SE location efficiency turn.,
Robinson AssociateII :3 BR. 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st $3.48 savings on 12 exp. roll
Fla. Phone GR 5-2631. Simmons hideabed dootle bed 1
W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 apt., $5500.t Ave.. $100 per me. University YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGyour I of KODACOLOR GAINESVILLE'S NEWEST COLORED
$35 dresser $20 che t $10
LONGBOAT KEY Bdr.. sw location unfurn. $185 ; ; ;
Realty. 372-4351. hearing. Our Free Exami- UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY, INC.
Air Condo new beach cottage near Many more to choose from. nightstand $4; valet W; dinetteset nation will give you an accurate 1021 W. Univ. Ave. l'IIIPIFX RENTALS
7Vi 10 miles out. $25 2 foam rubber lourujes.
acres Sarasota.' 1 BR.. furn. Weekly- FORDYCEAssociates RENTALS ; report. Visit Gainesville's HEARING
'I I $2000 cash ironthly' 3n- 85'. 2 & 3 br homes. furn & unfurn corner table 2 end tables $120; AID CO. TODAY. 620 N. Now Specializing l In Ladies' Better
s. E. SAPP, REALTOR Inc MARY MOELLER REALTOR bookcases $2 to $6; desk $8; Main St. FR 6-0095. Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I
'h. 4722000 Newberry. Fla. 45 Furnished Apts. Chairs $4 to $35; TV $25; radio- through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional
1019 W. University FR 6-4471
REALTORS record player $15; 1 lamp $1 up; SEWING MACHINES Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER

ACREAGE 3 5 10 acre tracts. 924 W. Univ.4 376-1236 2 BR, Ig. yard near school. $60 household articles. appliances 1964 Zig Zag, like new monograms I DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Ave
.* reasonable. Cash or terms. H. B. per mo. Call 3729655. 1012 NW odds and ends. rummage.' Frt- nue.
Standridge Rt. 1, Box 49, Archer ,EAST SIDE CLEAN. living room |lust refurnished 39th Ave. Sat. June 26-27, 9 A.M. to 7 buttonholes, sews on buttons. ap.
1 pliques fancy stitches, overcasts :
Fla. newly painted. 1 BR apt P m. 1716 S. W. Wilhston Rd. FLORIDA Pest Control Is NOW
: GARDENAPARTMENTS at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per 2 Bedroom CCB house, 3400 N.W. 376-2348. raw edges Take 6 payments at'' boasting their largest supply of
$6.40. Phone 3722031.DISCONTINUED .
Phone 3rd Street, $90 per mo. Call 376-
: ACREAGE mo. Immed. occupancy. ; Seasonal Plants. Also call us
6-24-z. Weseman Realty. :3948 T-V antennas $3 single stack $7
for decorative patio stones, bird
Operating stock farm. 460 acres MURALS
double stack. $1300 complete kit.
a complete with registered Angus S57 per month uGainesville's 1 BR furnished duplex.: 608 NW I 49 Rooms For Rent Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. Complete set 1995. baths or any of your gardening
problems CON-
herd hogs and full line of farm month. Phone
24th Ave. $60 per HARPER PAINT CO. '
equipment. 4 br. 3 bath main
,. REMINGTON elec typewriter, good 10 S. W. 7th St. 3724366.OR 6-2661, 20 NW 16th Ave.
house on private lake, and modern Furnished or unfurnished 1 bedroom. LR kitchen and bath LARGE room at 1228V* W. UnIversity condition. $115. Call after 5:00 I'
tenant house. IS miles from Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart furnished apt. Suitable for couple Ave. Hot and cold water P.M. 3726738.DOWLING'S. SALE 5 hot water tanks 30 OLD Underwood typewriter, recon-
C Gainesville. Reasonable. Call Mary ment. 30) NE yth St. Phone 376- or students. Close to shopping furnished. $35 for 1 persons. 2 UPHOLSTERY gal. with gas heater attached also ditioned, $25 or trade for T. V.
Moeller. 9603. ] person $40 month. FR 6-2641 or diamond or watch. Paul Ott's I
and Unlv. Call FR '003._ Chairs low as $8. No money 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete
Bazaar Watch Repair 113 N.
6-2930. Mr. Haynes. with Inquire Lewis
20 Acres, paved rd. W of Gaines- EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. ISO EFFICIENCY apartment completely -! down, low as $5 per month. gauges. Main St. across street from 1st
ville. 112,500.00 Call Mary Moeller. month. Phone 481-2330. furnished. Private entrance FOR t or 2 people, 2 rooms prIvate Free estimates pickup and delivery Jewelry Co. National Parking Lot. 1
i .. and bath. Utilities furnished. 2225 bath, private entrance. Call service. All work guaran
FURNISHED conditioned DBL. BED, 92Si reclining chair,
air 372-1646 THE amazing Blue Lustre will I I
or see at 1106 NE 9th teed. Phone 3767786.MOVING
N. E. 7th St. $65 month. Phone
table, $5 util! table
$20 corner ; beautifully
leave upholstery -
Ave. your
MOBILE HOME COURTNear opt FR 2-2128. WESTI Norge Auto washer $5; Ig. homemade desk $8. soft and clean. Rent electric 2 Bedrooms Stove Rood with light and fanS
Gainesville on busy Hwy. Avail. Sept. 1. $100 per ONE BR furn. apartment 1313N. TO business or professional man, 18 mos. old $145; elec. range Phone FR 63782.SEWING shampooer $1. McDanieH Large living dining area Double compartment link
$9,90000 Low down payment low month. Call Wayne Mason W. 7th Ave. Water furnished. adjacent to bath. Must be sober. $75; refrig. $45; maple bedroom Furn. Co.GUARANTEED Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds
monthly' payments. ERNEST TEW REAL- $60 per mo. Phone FR 6-2930 or Phone 2-0984. 1325 N.W. 4th St. suite, excel: condo $250; older MACHINE I lectr Ic Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
e range
TY. 376-6461. 6-2641. Ask for Mr. Haynes.I NICE cool downstairs corner room maple bedroom suite, $125; Iron- 1964 Model Dial -O-Matic Zig Zag $2288; sofa. $12.95; 21" console Painted plaster walls Large lawn with grass and
MARY MOELLER. REALTOR close in. Off street parking. An- rite Ironer, $75; couch recently like new, makes button holes overcast TV. $29; dining room set $15; Tiled tub and showers shrubbery
lOlt W. University FR 6-4471 1 CLEAN, well furnished 2nd floor. BR. garage apart. clean and tenna furnished. 531 S. E. 2nd upholstered, $25; oak desk $35; applique. fancy stitches. $15. Bargains qalore. S Large double sliding door Insulated Attic
4rooms. kitchen bath, porch, S75 quiet adults. no pets; $55 per PI. FR 22582. sewing machine, $25; breakfast darns, mends, etc. Assume 6 pay- gas WILLIAM'S range SERVICE CENTER. closets Paved Streets
Fordyce AcreageGoing per month. 1 extra large extra mo. 2913 N.W. 6th St. Phone FR suite table & 6 chairs. $65; ments $7.10 each. 115 W. Unlv. Phone 3723937. a Linen Closets S Close to school and bus stop
6-6593 or 22229. LARGE furnished room for men. lawnmower, $25 coffee table. Ave. Ph. 3761075ADDRESSOGR"'PH.
nice. air conditioned. 1 bedroom ; a Back storage closed Planned play grounds
ranch 1375 an acre with the $125 month. L. J. Moratto FR 1 Bedroom apartment, everything I weekly' maid service. linens and. end table lamps. rocking chair. S Washing Machine fixtures
furnished. Phone 3721185.
most beautiful roiling pasture.'Truly 2-4957. morning noon or night. furnished except gas. $1350 refrigerator. bookcases. chest of drawers, 2 equipment. Including -
a gem. week or $50 month. 372-0481. metal bedsteads yard tools. good feeder and 2 listers. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
For call 372-5321 3275322Take
MO acres, 20 miles from town. 6D ) BEDROOM completely furnish: AIR cooled room. $8.50 per week or violin bar stools clothes line on Also Graphotype. card cutter for appointment or
c acres In per tanent pasture plen ed, upstairs or downstairs near I CCB duplex. 1 bedroom spacious $30 per month. 3720481.) pole otther Items. Ph. 376-8996. plates and five sections of plate JR.
ty of water fenced and cross shopping center. See at 612 N.W. cabinets and closets. Quiet tocatlon 1503 N.E. 12th St. cabinets on caster basis. Phone G. northeast Sth ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.
fenced. Vi mile road frontage 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 Call FR 2-9764 263 '4 N. W. 2nd Ave. A room Masse, 473-4911 Keystone Heights.Fla. Homes. Lots. Income. Business -
.JUS00' per acre. per'mo. for men only in cottage sep. TRADE your costly to operate and Lake Property. i i i i
W acres suitable for cutting Into 46 Unfurnished Apts. arate from residence. has private ELECTRIC water heater and Farms and Acreage. et2Hunns0esll$9nmThmtssnsneewn5m8ilmmllfficomromnmnen88mno
smaller tracts. A good Investment EFFICIENCY. air conditioned entrance FR 6-7986. $48 for a new glasslmed GAS WE WANT TO buy late model Jr.
.. at 1145.00 private adults only. $65. 406 water heater. Much more hot used refrigerators. Exceptionallyhigh
per acre. 638 N. MAIN ST.
NE 6th St. NEW 1 BR duplex apt. kitchen 51-A Wanted To Rent water at about half the cost with trade-ins now given.WILSON'S i
Associates FR 6-2032 Broker FR COMPARE !
ordyce :3 ROOM 2nd floor. hot water furnished equipped. $60 per month on a OUR LP GAS. PROPANE, EXCHANGE !
Inc. Realtors adults. No pets. $50. See year's lease. Ph. 376-8372 days, COUPLE wants 2 or 3 bedroom ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. 111 SE. 1st Street. Phone FR ---- -
727 E. Univ. Ave. 376-7327 evenings. furnished house permanent resI- 6-6479. I

,. .2& W. Univ.' 376-1IM 5 rooms & bath, downtown area dents house & neighborhood must OPEN AIR MARKETFarm 75.000 BTU Duotherm oil heater I I
Ph. FR 6-9653. Fresh Fruit and
retrig. 8.' stove. Adults. no pets. be nice. Vegetabies. with blower. good condition. $25. '
10' L
x private lot T. V.
Come out to 4431 13th
Phone 376-8550. water furn. $60 per mo. FR 2- YOUNG responsible family of four Phone 372-9667. Ii
Archer Road. Shady 2 Bedroom. 4621 or 372-1633. I St. BEFORE YOU BUY
desires 3 bedroom home. Phone AMERICA
:) Drawback? !
but spacious. $6,500 = E
Need Apartment or House?
$3,000 down. ARCH CAMPBELL, LARGE newly decorated apartment, I =
REALTOR. Phone 376-5707. Refinished Inside and out. Furnished partially furnished. Phone GR 5- Hallicrafters S 40-B.( Very good EYES RIGHT! !Bflffffiflro53mmmillfflfflbmmllrnllBR7Tfl
or unfurnished. Phone FR 5485. I 52 Boarders Wanted condition. $50. Call/ 376-3674. HOMESNo I
15 ACRES 3 mL W. of Gaines- 2-4625. See real dream living In Shadow
ville. New $2500 witheasy New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor 5 DRAWER. UNF. CHEST Sturdilyconstructed Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. I The following are ready for
survey. HOUSE TRAILER. large lot. plenty '
$7500 per month. Call John ROOM and Board for girls. Private of smooth sanded ponderosa -
terms. of shade. couple preferred. Merrill. Realtor, FR 21494. bath. Washing Machine. Phone pine only _.... ." ._ 13.88 D. Oliver, Bldr.Ph. Money Down occupancy.
10 ACRES 10 ml. W. of Gaines- Phone FR 6-5377. I FR 6-6083. Small 4 Dr Desk .. ...... .... 1188 FR 2-0866 1 1L
vllle. New survey. 13000 with LARGE 3 apt. Available at AIR CONDITIONED apts. 1. 2 or 3 Large 6 Dr. Chest ...__..... 1988 West on NW 39th Ave. past VAMinimum
terms. Call Ralph Glaeser room BR,'furnished or unfurnished. Immediate intersec
easy once. Nice & clean. near Univ. 53 Office-Desk Space COX WAREHOUSE 602 S. Main the Glen Springs 3330 & 3320
anytime available $80 left.
tion. See en
Adults Water furn. Phone sign FHA I
ERNEST TEW REALTY only. per month & up. Couples only. FOUR-plece antique. marble top NW 30th Avt.
PR 6-6441 2910 N. W. 13th St. FR 6-8819. Phone 372-3522 for Mr. Sieg *t PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 202 bedroom suite for sale. Phone 3 B R. 1 bath, $500 dn, $77.
NICELY furnished convenient Arnold Realty Co.. 1219 W. Unlv. West University Ave. Office space 468-1545 Hampton Fla. per mo.
downtown area. $75. Adults only Ave. available reasonable, down- ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I McCOY'SMacoma Close to Schools 1115 NW 40th Drive
I; 4) Colored Property no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music town. Phone FR 6-1256 or see am back at old stand 516 W. 3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn, $96per
Store. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Room 202. Professional Butldng.; University Ave. I buy, sell and Homes Churches month. 4617 SE 1st PI. -

NICE 2 BR furn. apt. with private OFFICE Space For Rent. 111 I trade. 1st class repairs as al 4608 SE 2nd PI.
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex ShoppingOPEN 1115 NE 5th St.
bath & entrance. Large front ways. :3 BR,
SW Third Street. Inc.For 1 bath, $400 dn, $68 =
apartments. large living and 1 BR house. .
porch, hot & cold water furnished. lights & water furnished 3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn., $88 per mo.
dining area modern kitchen with $62 per mo. No pets REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag Sale attractive 3- month.
i very per
Ph. 29704. PM
I fan. large storage closets terraz20 2-9195 per mo. or 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR 54 Business Rentals makes decorative stitches applique bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E. 10 AM.6 I
f baths, space heater i 2-5633. buttonholes monograms etc.
University Ave.s walking IlIIIUIIIIIIIummlllUlllllllllllI
I "hofl.w; I $6.50 303 SE 38th St.
and heater facilities 2 BR furnished apart with porch. Only $67.20 payments per distance to Lake Forest LOCATED
for washing machines. and Near University. See at 411 N.W. ADULTS only. 5 room house. 307 GARAGE space tar rent, 613 &.W. mo. 815 W. Univ. FR 6-1075. 3 BR. I bath, $400 dn. $44
2nd St. call John Merrill Real- Schools. Prie $12,500. $500
E. 2nd Street. J. R. Crane,
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th 15th St. or call 24647. $60 per 372-3631. tor. FR 21494. NEW and used chain saws. lawnmowers down and $79.50 per month. 600 BLOCK, per mo.
Ter. or call for appointment 372. mo. edgers tampers. light Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. NW 34th ST. Norwood I.
5321 372-5322. VERY desirable 3 bedroom two SMALL warehouse with platform tor
or 3 rooms .. bath close-in adults plants. cable. Wisconsin, Briggs Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
baths. Prefer man with fam trucks loading & unloading, in & Stratton, and used mo N. Main 3301 N.W. 29th Ave.
no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. new 6-5015. Office corner
HOMES FOR SALE limits. 1132 S. Main St.
ily. Call to this house betweers4&7P.M.1IOSNW city PHONE 372-7070
FR 2-4621 or 3721633. tors. Rental sales and service. and 23rd Blvd. I Hope 4 Br.. 2 bath. $800 dn. $111
i 5 14th St. & 6th Phone 372-8433 or 376-4173-
iE&S Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE permo.
no down pay- St.
VERY attractive. spacious. upstairs I
WAREHOUSES new concrete 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411.
*mente. Some Monthly small payment down$S7 payment. to- 2 BR furnished apartment. 2 Bedroom house. 2414 N. E. 6th block building with large units. ii: "H" I Inc.
Only $70 per month. FR 6-5170.
Ave. Corner of 25th St. House For rent. Reasonable. Close to 3301 II
$65. Also homes built on
705 N.E. 2nd St.
Call FR 6-4230 2-8144. downtown area. Call 376-6754
open. or
I lot for down payment.

Builder' Call no TOMMY Phone RIDGELL FR. 2-4125 CLEAN.section. quiet 1 block apartment from Hotel In Thom nice NICELY block house.furnished Couple 1 or BR students.concrete 56 Business Opportunities Quality Homes It's Later Than You Think! We Trade Homesor NW 4 BR.30th.2 bath An.$600 dn $89.

or PropertyALL per mo.tlillimiiiuiiiliiiiiiiiuiiniiillliiiujiiiiumiuMIl
j as. Good bed. front and back entrance $45 per mo. 481-2178. I
screened porch. ceilingfan 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. WESTVILLA
: 44 Cottages for Rent water furnished. Adult couple COZY 2 BR home, country atmosphere Unlv. Ave. for lease. Opportunity !
t no pets. Available June air conditioned. Call 372- for the right man to get In
27th. Phone 6-3558. 6934 or 376-6217. the bowling alley business with a N.W. 16th Aye. School Starts in 10 Weeks!

1 COMER'S Lake View Beach on ADULTS only. One two bed THREE large rooms and bath small amount of capital. Call FR OUR HOMES ARE
j Big Lake Santa F. now open! Call J. R. Crane. 373 3431. carport all electric kitchen near 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. & 37th St. 02 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 3311 N.W29thAve. =
I I Swim and picnic. Furnished cot. rooms. Sperry Plant. For single man Haynes. Now Is the time to see Palm View Estates & Fernwood Manor. 82 SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 Br., 2 bath, $750 dn. $111

Ttages For ese,- FURNISHED garage apartment. or woman. or couple; no dogs. GROCERY STORE, all colored You May choose from 3 and 4 bedrooms 1 and 2 bath homes or E YOU WILL JUST CALL. per mo.
vatlon balrk'1k.E Conveniently located. adults only.no $60 per mo. FR 2-8181. trade, no down payment must choice. 1123 SE. 4th STREET l.
pets. Call FR 2-1823 or FR have credit collateral.Call TERMSWALTER you may choose a home site and build the home of your g FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7789
FOR RENT Lovely' four bedroom. good
tNT modern furnished cottages 2.37940FURNISHED These suburban are complete with city sewers water, paved
FR 6-7231 days or FR 2-0641 $8_ .. .
two bath. completely' furnished ------------ ---
en Lake Santa Fe by week or 01 ._ ..... BHiflHHButler mumIUlnuIlWUIIUlWuIUiIllIIlIUUUIIllII
....son. Inquire Lewis jewelry Co. apartment. Clean. cool home in Florida Park convenient nights and Sundays. Streets and storm sewers all within walking distance of
and comfortable. 25 minutes from to Univ. Prefer Professo- EXCELLENT downtown Sincialr elementary and Junior high school. Bus service to senior high
S Bedroom furnished house on Swan Gainesville. Access to big lake or graduate student & family.
Service Station and do-
C Lake by week or month. Phone good fisnmg. $65 per-month. 0. Write Box "7.A, care of ing business will-open lease to responsible school, churches shopping medical center University of Floridaare

376-5462 or 475-5223. P. Rlppey, Melrose GR 5-5571. Gainesville Sun.I party with adequate STU BBS, all within easy commuting distance. See our new models Bros. BuildersInvites

capItaL Sinclair Refining Co. today. Prices start at $12,250 with central heat and built In

i Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512. INC. kitchen. Drive west on 16th ave. turn left on 39th terrace to model ,

I i SERVICES fEXACO INC. homes. Phone: FR 29545 daily FR 6-0948 nights. Butler Bros.
Has good dealership opportunities "We Trade Houses"

Moderate available In Investment the Gainesville required.area. Youto

Paid training program available. _________ n __ ___ .
1 station at Main and 8th St..

I Home And Business also tact J.Interstate A.. Rewis.75 Available.376-6091. Con-

FOR SALE BY OWNER, two Palm View Estates
I good business locations with tremendous -
I potential. 100' x \
i DraperiesNEW each. Call J. R. Crane. 3723631.

RemodelingDO TO SETTLE AN ESTATE. Established -
Ocala business must be
YOU NEED. Florida room. ex. sold. Consists of bar, package A new community of distinctive -
low prices on Fabric of Custom tra room. more room, roof work. store, 17 unit motel. For fur- N0iw !
made draperies. Complete or maybe a complete new home? ther information call 376-7616 and homes in the fash-
Installation. Lacey's Drapery For a free estimate. .. guaranteed ask for Mr Williams AWAY MONEYBuild
Shop. Phone 372-6102 work, phone Carl C. ionable Northwest.

Waters. 372-C049. 61 Wanted to Buy
Landscaping s.-

Sewing Machine Repairs CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators Featuring :
stoves. TVs clothIng -

Grass-Sod-Garden LANDSCAPE SERVICE Main-Nurery CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER Service, etc.Center.FR 2-3937.Hawthorne William's Road. ( a future for your family FHA homes from .

stock of all kInds.CREVASSE'S VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve.
NURSERY :370075. W. repair all WANTED large chest type home I

FR 6-2514 for Landscape free estimate.Co. Makes. Work fully guaranteed. freezer b* reasonable.In good Call condition.376-3905. Must with a new H.C.M. home) ; ;;; : $16,000-520,250

TELEVISION 62 Machinery & Took .,-t_ Dew payments from UMM

SERVICE DIRECTORY Bolens Cub Tractor 7 hp, 2Vfc years Few pleasures cart compare with the satisfaction of home ownership VA Loans Available
old. 38" twin blade mower attachment
& PICTURE TUBE Repair Special. $1 very good condition.Can especially in Highland Court Manor. Besides the value of on excellent ,
i Appliance Repair J per Inch plus $10 to Install most be seen at 3811 N.W 12th ,
AJr Conditioning Mortgage Broker tubes. 1 Year Warranty. SpecialReconditioned Ave. or call 29658. Less then investment there's the knowledge that you're building for
TVs from $9.'.
half original cost at $350. future. I
THE VARIETY STORE your family's

e A-l HANDYMAN SHOP SV4 per MORTGAGE cent Interest., MONEY Terms to 4 Technician's 7 SE.with 1st Ave.S4 years experience 64 Household Goods The financial advantages ore many. If you're renting you're just 3 & 4 BEDROOM

First In air conditioning and Appliance 25 years. on all makes.
BUY BUILD 16 Cu. Ft. GE refrigerator used building in landlord's In the end you'll have
repairs. We sell guaranteed REFINANCECan equity your property. ,
I QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES 3 years. Bottom freezer swing
washers. refrigerators etc. Dan SERVICE out shelves. completely frost nothing to show for your largest single living expense except rent
FR 60267.Appraisal. Byrd All Channel Antenna Kit $145 free. New warranty cost new
Palm View Estatesis
825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511
t KWIK FIX TV SERVICE $650. Now $350 terms or cash. receipts.

Senrice. FHA and conventional at lowest 41\fr N. W. 10th Ph. 37?-3177 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
'" current rates. Terms to 25 Phone 3723537REPOSSESSED II you own your home however, you're entitled to a $5000 home-
years. Will gladly discuss at no Tires planned for professional men and their
Alignment stead which makes the taxes approximately $260
FRED L ARNOLD obligation. Call tomorrow.J. GE wall stereo, maple, regular exemption per families.

S REALTORS APPRAISALS 31. N.W. Main KIRKPATRICK St. Ph. FR Realtor 2-8494 Brake Service 18900.$1.25 week.GOODYEAR Now. $9995 as low as year less than on rental property (you're helping to pay your land-

Ulf W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 373458 famous nationally known M> Phone 372-3537

FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS hawk tire . Save vp to 13 Cu. ft. refrigerator. 2 door Also, the money you pay for rent establishes no equity for you-
50% on new tires. See our new Frigidaire with 100 Ib. freez-
Auto Equipment 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 wrap around retread that gives er. 2 years old. Call FR 25621.LIKE your home payments d. And the interest is tax deductible-your from $12,250
more mileage .. traction. Lati.spar up
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Tire Co. 6n N. Main St. new 1U K-1 Heavy duty rent payments aren't.You .
and conventional loans. Low Singer Sewing Machine. Phone

HYDRAULIC- JACKS Repair rebuilt kits tor I.xchangedi W.rates.Univ.Terms Ave. to 3725393.F. 25 years. 1228 Tree Service 372-6102. can probably own a home in Highland Court Manor for less from $400 down

Factory authortod T-A-G APPLIANCES
Walker Walker Jacks. Hydraulic Jack H. A. .. Conv. Loans A-l TREE SERVICE Tested and Guaranteed than you're paying in rent. Why not see how easy it is by stopping

Service .gent. HULL'S BRAKE FORDYCE a. ASSOCIATES INC. Pruning demossing. bracing ft ea- 43 Refrigerators from $39 op by'our soles office or model home today?
SERVICE .. SUPPLY UU S. REALTORS bleing. ft tree removaL Cavity Ranges from $39 up IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Main FR 2-1197 __ 9" W_Unlv. 376-1236_ work ft tree feeding. Lawn serv- 17 Washers from $19 up
I ice and maintenance. Licensed C Dryers from $49 up
Auto Glass PAINTING ft insured. Free estimates. Trey 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up 3 MODELS
Thames. 37..2940. Jack Hoov r, 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 14 New Models Priced from $13,400 to $18,200
Exterior decorating and painting. 4663482. Gal,,",,'"@'. Fla 10 TV Sets from $35 vp
GLASS Is our only buS Free estimates Phone 372-5314.

free oess. pickup Immediate.. delivery.Installation Add Plumbing Winch Truck- fit NW tth 've.Ph. 372-5303 NOTHING DOWN VA ($100 closing costs) WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT

beauty & value to your cer.MAULDIN'S G. E. REFRIGERATOR used 1 yr.
AUTO GLASS CO. Cost new $180. selling for $85. .
S3J NW 6" St. FR 6-21S1 SEWER INSTALLED WINCH TRUCK SERVICE 12 Cu. ft., including freezer. Call
NEW .. used fixtures complete 10 ft. and 32 ft. booms 376.770) after 7. Palm View Estatesrk
Bulldozing plumbing service -81G" JIM Welding and metal shop FURNITURE purchased new Highland Court Manorby ,
HUGULEY. Gainesville 'Plumb 411 NW *!tt Street Sept. '63. We are moving. 2
log FR MCT. _Phone 37J-n3l foam rubber single beds. including -
SMALL bulldoZer. loader dump
truckS. flU dirt, lime rock. Top mattress and sprIngS. $35 KIRKPATRICK PIERSON 372-9545 day 376-9048 night
UpholsteryUPHOLSTER WINDOW CLEANING each or both beds $60; Bahama
V>1L Phone Turn Left at
lounge. $30; small dresser $10; Drive West on 16th Ave.,
BULLDOZERS .. Dragline. Back: your furniture at WINDOW cleaned floors cleaned utn. table. $5; tin ColeSteelfile Model Homes.
Soles Office NE 23rd Bird. & llth Terr. Phone 372-3471 39th Terrace To
Poe wheel tractor motor reasonable price Can Sally and waxed houses washed. Mvrs. cabinet with lock. 4 drawers -
5rader. Free estimates. W. G. Experienced. FR "..... 4241 experience- Free estimate and shelves, SAD; misc. Hems.PH. .
tRuckS Johnson. FR U21t. N.W. Um Ter. Phone FR 2-.5tSS. 376-8342.
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June 26 1964 Gainesville Sun 19
t Friday. .
70 Beah-Marf. .leur,. I 77 Mobile Homes for Sal. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sal i
INDEX FOR SALE' MS, Woodson fiberglass IT'S FOOLISH Alfa Romeo Spider. 1963. Phone FOR SALE 1961 FORD Fatrlane. 4
boat with top. steering, & 376-6603. dr. sedan power steering radio 1957 CHEVROLET V-l. six passenger
controls. 40 h.p. motor. & trailer to pay more RECKLESS .o 1964 Vff. radio. seat belts, open* I heater. $1075. Call 372-U52 ./.ter wagon. Power steer., a. All Car Prices SlashedNO
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Excell. condo Priced at only pay less. GET THE REAL Ing back windows I side mirror 6 P.M. brakes. Air. Radio. Recently ,
1 Ia Mm.rUmS $800. CaU 3761383. FACTS' payments as low 'as luggage rack trailer hitch un painted and overhauled S69$.
Card .! Thtake It Wasted .. .BITts $57.29 per month with $300 dawn de.coal.ooo miles. $1650 Phone 1961 MGA. See Ed Cook Town and 376-2771 after 6 P.M. Friday.
> Lest F..n4 Machinery Te.laU 73 Musical Merchandise a. LAKE GENEVA FR Country. Trailer Lodge. Make Of.ter. DOWN .PAYMENT
4 PcrMBalUed StrrUteTr Building Materials Mobile Homes Sales. J8793.HEY ,'57 FORD Fairlane 500. V-8 PS ,
Travel Information N Household G.... Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla 150 PLYMOUTH good transportation Fordamatlc. Many extras. New ,
S Netiees ti Antlf get paint and tires. Excellent cond.
Special WURLITZER FOR SALE or trade for house trailer I have for sale' 1941 Chevrolet convertible good tires. $M cash. Call 271U price mo. pay
M Mlie. FR evenings.
For Sato '
7 riorlitaB America's No. 1 piano and
equity In 3 BR house central with a one week old top, FR 20659.
S bj sitter CM Car. $7 Trading Pasta organs are at Earls piano Co. newInterior., tires all Station
neat III'tile bath. 124 SE new.
t Places T. Ge AM 68 Articles Wasted Gainesville's evcluslve Wurht- 70th St. Ph. 3720560. around. Mechanically perfect. 1963 TR-4. Driven only 7,500 miles. tSJ, OLDSMOBILE 88. excellent condition 58 Rambler $395 $24
!'kla,. T* See C9 Fa.l Oil A Wads car Dealer 702. W. University For details call 3737145 after Like new original list $3,157 $200 Phone F R 24792. Wagon
"' B ata Mario Ie._ Ave. Phone 372-2777. IT'S HERE! ', 6:00 P.M. weekdays anytime Sun Sacrifice: for IZ400. Terms.. Call %
FR 62516.
71 Camp But.risk
J.UTOMOTIVIAlrpiaa. day.
TRUCK LOAD fine factory
2e Sales-Kentale 22 Office E,ilpaerv rebuilt pianos.very FULLY GUAR. 1961 FALCON Station Wagon 4 dr., 60 VOLKSWAGEN good condition i- 87 Automobiles Wonter
72 Mutual 12' WIDE Champion 2 BR 12
M.reksadb0REAL Olds
clean priced for quick sale. 195
77 MebCe Hemca fer Sale ANTEEO. LILLIAN MUSIC R & H. and auto trans ww 57
745 N. E. 10th Ave. Phone FR . . .
It Tracks for Sato STORE. 112 SE First SL Ph. Beautiful NEW 64 model tires good condition. $?&. FR 6-
7t Tracks Wanted FR 65931. ax36'oneBRSPECIAL 707 and 25SC6. 5821 CARS WANTED, 150-54 Fords
I M Traeters Track Rentals ESTATE FOR SALEU & Chevrolet Al Herndon Service
CONN trombone 10" bell excellent at ONLY S2895 1963 Grad Prix. Air loaded with 1956 Plymouth 4 dr. ww tires r
a: Trailer Rentals condition. $70 Phone FR 29762. BUTTS MOBILE HOMES extras. Warranty and low mile.age. & h. AT. mechanically excellent Station 916 SE 4th St.
U McUrcjcles A BeMtersSt Leta fer tale $275 or best offer. 3727478. 57 FOrd 295 18
$3435 Will trade. 372542
AnUm..ll. Repairs U 84 Hones Wa'.frea' Property PIANOS AND ORGANS 376-S361 INC. after 6pm.THINKING S14775 up ON YOUR LOT. Designed Station Wagon
= U AntemebUcs fer SaleM Salo9a Several name brand pianos and Open t AJA. to a P oM. Closed & engineered by U. S.
Cattaces For Sal about buying a good
I Swap CarsEDUCATI.NAL J7 Real Estate organs used In our teaching Sundays. 441 N. at city limits sports car? Only $1200 will put Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 PAINT
Exehanci studios. Will sell at substantial
U Real Estate across from Gainesville Livestock you In a 1960 Alpine. Extras in- sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond..
I FOrd 250 15
discounts. Music Co.
Grldley Market. brick veneer 2 car garage 56
Oat .. T... Prepcrt/ dude wire wheels WW tyres and Station Wagon
Gainesville Center. FR2S351
Shopping of JOB
IS Sckecls lustra tttost 40 Bulneu Pnp.naelCJ I heater. Call 376-7824 for details Watch for opening date new
19 Mule Discing.te model home. Alachua Homes Inc.Call .
Residential income '=_ 10 x 55 Homecrest. 2 bedroom. MUST SELL leaving school. Top Frank Thomas FR 64690.
Wanted-InstncttoaEMPLOYMENT 41 Farms A Aereace UPRIGHT piano. in good tune. front and rear. IVt bath. Install cond.. all new parts. '60 Volks
43 Colored Property Rentals $100. Phone 3764058 or 6-8085. ed air conditioner window andpats wagen. Call TR 27554. New Stud baker 395 24
43-1 Cdered Property Sales TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS awnings Please call FR paint |ob. Low Mileage.tYi. 'GAINESVILLEAUTO $3995 57 w ,
I 11 Werk Wanted Male I Buy rww for this fall. Many to 6-1283 before 1 and after 5' .
11 W.rk Wanted Female
RENTALS choose from. Instant credit. Jf63. VANDYKE mobile home. 10 SALES I
14 Sales Wanted
Gainesville Music Center ,
: x 50 air conditioned fur.
IS Help-MaU .r Fcmala 41 C.ttacea F.r Real == 3725421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave I nished.I $450 for $ OOfull equity, 1007 N. Main St. At I 57 Studebaker 350 21
12 Male Help WantedDramatie 41 Finished .
Apt. GIBSON Les Paul electric guitarand 3530 SW. 24th Ave. Pinehurst. Phone' FR 2-6313 .
48 Untarnished Apis. Park Lot 22. 374-7439 HAWESPOWERSBODY :
III 11 Female Help Wasted 47 Hones for amplifier carrying case plu Northcentral Florida s
Beat Farm
In cord and strap. CaU
shoulder ,
48 Homes for Beat..Cnfnro: I FR 21409. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters Largest SHOP
FARMS LIVESTOCK 49 B..mk far Beat 611 S.W. 3rd St.
Independent Dealer
I 2< Firm nlpment M Betel Beems I 57 Rambler &"r: 295 18
27 Feed Fertiliser SI Mis,. Rentals Automotive $ SAVE $ I FR 2-0538 .
2* Livestock: ..ppHeeI S1A Wanted T* Bent 1964 Hon I
payments on
Landscaping Tip leOII 53 Bearden Wanted 77 Mobile Homes for SaleA da Motor up Bike. Call 3727165. Value Rated --- -
M Pets car Supplies SI OWes Desk Space I !
II LlTestetk WantedFINANCIAL SI Business BraUl BLACK Ducattl motor cycle. Only 54 Chevrolet 1 175 11
leader In every way. Service 1400 miles. Practically new. $290. Used Cars . .
first always. Federal Quality FR 6-3440 BIGUSED
SERVICE Homes. 4820 N.W. 13th St. 372-
8* Business OpperteAltlet 23 Special BerrUet $50 Motorscooter with Sachs engine 6&G MOTOR CO.
II 17 Meae t. LeuII 23 Berne Improvements Must be repaired. Call I
372-8305 CadillacOldsmobile 55 Metropolitan 295 18 ,
M.naea 14 Kadi car TT 'nlc.IS 5113.WYATT .
63 VW sedan runs CAR ;
U Money Waet 4rjtffummsmmm Appliance Fnrnltnre 2001 NW 13th St. q
_.. __.__ ..____.]lllllllIIIIIsn new.
Trailer Sales CONDITIONING, Tune Turquoise with leath- SALENO MOTOR
For- r up
66 Misc. For Salt 66 Misc. Sale Special $2.50 for performance erette interior. $1495 Raulerson REASONABLE RIDGWAY
t Home of test. All makes and models.. Motors
SOFA and matching chair turquoise. Pacemaker Mobile Homes Hawes Powers Motor Co.. .Air OER: REFUSED CO
TV. antennas. $3 stack
$7 single $75. 2 metal shelf units Shasta and Airstream Conditioning Servicing Center. 1611 HAWTHORNE. I
double stack 113 complete -
$10. Phone FR 67831. Travel Trailers 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR'2- ROAD CRANELINCOLNMERCURY
kit Brant's. 513 NW 8th Ave. Ocala's First Mobile Home 62 VW sedan, radio.
36000 BTU commercial air 'conditioner COLDSPOT refrigerator $40 Craftsman Dealer Since 1948 2561. whitewalls clean and 'x372.5285Horns I 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
with outside water cooling shop vacuum on dolly $22.50. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. SPECIAL auto painting 2993. Automotive of A I Used Cart k
tower. 3 office desks .. chairs. 503 Silvertone TV, $3$. Kenmore gas Phone 6291358 repairs and tune-up. in'excellent condition. CARSTRUCKSJEEPSOpen 516 S. Mom St.
SW 2nd Ave. range $25 222 S.E. 20th St. Ocala Fla. Miller t Sons, 732 NW 1st St. Sunday 1 te S p.m. FR 6-2425 I
Phone 3727915.as ., $1295
2-AMANA air conditioners. 12,500 SCOTSMAN Ice Machine practically WE BUY ,
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new used one season. V* Price. -
BTU and a 14400. 1 year old. 220
Phone 468-1998, Beggs Gulf Station AUTOMOBILES for.
volts. Both for $400. See at USED MOBILE HOMESTop
Gainesville Mlnature Raceway. Waldo. dollar paid. phone 3760571. BUICK special 1958 2 door hardtop. VW sedan black
TAPPAN Clock controlled 20Inchoven JENNY ,Lynn spool bed. dark mahogany \ SPECIAL low mileage clean, good condi 2001 N.W. 13TH ST.
has box springs and mat-
rotisserie burner with with red interior.
a tress. In good condition $40. 104 x 208' Let for mobile home tlon. Call FR 2132S or 33967
brain. Regular $399. This week
$1500. I Mile S. off $1095
30-gallon glass lined Phone FR 2-8133. Paynes CORVAIR Monza. 6.a equipped
: ret Prairie, For appointment -call ,
heater white sidewall
with radio
heater Included. See Fuil91 -
FRIDAY. Night Browsing at Treasure FR 6.3052.SMALL 1A
%, 376-5392 12 S.W. 1st Ave. Chest In Fairbanks OLD tires. 1,000 actual miles.
TIMEY THINGS. Odds and Ends. modern aluminum house Assume payments, small equl.ty. ,
3FFICE DESK reupholstered trail Will consider older car for 60'FAlCON .
Phone FR 6.1251SINGER trailer. Comfortable home for 2.door. .
I er sofa bed knee hole desk bed- couple. Fully equipped. 3514. N.W. equity. Call) owner at 3724441,
room suite pair pie crust lamp Electric Sewing Machine 6th St. ext. 33. (-5 weekdays. white.. ,.. . $595
tables night stands end tables. wooden cabinet, foot ped- '
Empire style love seat and 2 al CHEV'57. Bel-Air 4-dr hardtop v
control work
light and attach.Phone BELIEVE IT ,
R & H low
It. .. like new throughout.
chairs. Other household m 3726046. ,
Nearly-Nu Furniture' Shop. 316 mileage. Priced right Phone
N.W. 8th Ave. Fr 6-4892. 70 Boats-Marina Equip. OR NOT owner after 5 at 372 712S. 58 FORD Fairlane 4 it

1963 Roper Charm gas range. Rotis- Save $600. 10 x 46 2 BR furnished CHEVROLET 'S6 4-door, 6-cyUnder, "500", red & white. r tsji
sere: and oven. $200. 1237 N.W. 1958 25 H.P. hand crank Johnson only $3195 $35040 down yellow and black.FR Good condition
36th Road. Phone FR 63168tion. outboard engine 300 hrs. total $5409 per month. $295 6-8806. 1534 extra clean car. $695
Call FR 21328 or 23967. running time. $98. Phone FR. Over SO models to choose from SW 13th st.
23768 TRAILER MART MGA. 1951 -Top condition like ;
new interior. Call FR 23056 after : : I .
HWY. 17 PHONE 328-1050,, 7:30 P.M. 58 Karmann-Ghia 'L ? i.,,
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 I e 35
EASr PALATKA FLORIDAFor 1964 Chevrolet. Impala new 2300 coupe. . $895
miles A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost.
Sale 1 BR air cond. furru Phone FR 6-4404 John Baldwin.

1 THE 12 WIDE trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard- ,_ t, x cf I
condition. FR 2-9BM. 6-8 :
AM. and 6-12 P.M. top coupe air conditioned
MOBILE HOMEALSO 4 speed transmission. Cor x.aai
10x55 HOME Crest. 2 BR front and Miller- T
rear IV* bath air-cond, window is parked on Univ. City +k
and patio awnings. Phone FR 6- Bank parking lot. See Mr. a. s
A WIDE'SELECTION OF 10 WIDES 1283. .Foster or Mr. Johnson at ;
NEW MOON Metro 1963 10' x 6CC, the bank. Brown
3 BR. front kitchen financed with -
Federal. Quality Homes Inc. Liv. Rm. and firs unfurnished 1961 Buick LeSabre convertible. Mechanically USED ::4. 1 1U
$200 for equity and take up pay perfect. New white wall
ments. Phone 6-0355 after 5:00 tires Radio heater, all power air 1030E. CARS z
PM.' ,conditioned. Would like transpor Univ. AYe.
4820 N.W. 13th ST. ((441 NORTH)
2 Bedroom trailer 42 with aluminum FR 2-3582
SERVICE FIRST ALWAYS cabana air conditioned. t
shady lot. pool. Town & Country FOR SALE
For:: $ Bill 1om. t
Lot G-2. Ph. FR 6-9606 Fastback. detat 1 nY t
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wq' _. Listed b low are many of the later model cars we've taken in trade on new Cadillac's and

-: rP Oldsmobile's during our grand opening celebration. SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS OF

: '. 63 CADILLAC sedan deVille, 4 window hard- 64 CHEVROLET Super Sports Impala hardtop

top sedan. Factory air, autronic eye, electric coupe. Factory air, power steering and brakes,

., .1 windows and seat fully equipped. One owner. automatic transmission. 327 engine. White

Sold new by B&G. with ,black bucket seats. Floor shift, console.
Low mileage . . 3.700 miles. One owner. $3595

In factory warranty. . . .
62 CADILLAC 6 window sedan. Factory air,
White and 63 CHEVROLET !IMPALA 4-door sedan.
fully equipped. rose.
$3495 White and autematic
18,500 miles turqucise. 6.cylincr,
transmission. 13,600 miles. One $OTQC

air cwner. In factory warranty: J \ V3
64 OLDS STARFIRE Coupe. Factory cruise

control, full power, white, black bucket seats. 63 CHEVY II. NOVA Sedan. Automatic ;

Less than 12,000 miles. Sold and serviced transmission. Beautiful white and gold. One .

f..f by BCTG. $4495 owner. $ IQCK

In factory 'warranty . . In warranty. . . . . I 77J

63 OLDS F-85 CUTLASS convertible. White 63 FALCON station wagon. Radio & heater,

nylon top. Red with red bucket scats. Floor standard shirt. $1695

t i shift console. 19,216 miles. One owner. Sold Very chan.! . . . .

: by B&G. 2595* 64 CROWN IMPERIAL Hardtop sedan. Fac

t In factory warranty. . . Full Silver
air. turquoise. White
'. ; tory power.
.. : '" :" : : ,tt leather interior. 100% warranty. $PIff5
f .. 62 OLDS 98 Sedan. Factory air, power steer
List for about $7,000 . JjLjJ
; '. h..,. s la" .' ing and brakes, 6-way seat. White with blue new
.;ia ;: :.f '. t interior. ,35,620 miles. 'One owner. 63 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL Sedan. Fac-

Cortina wins _. ...-- <-: .30.- '! Sold and serviced by B&G . $2595 tory air,' soft green, white leather. Fully eq

: uipped. Less than 14,000 miles. OneyjQQr

.11 63 BUICK LeSabre Station Wagon. Factoryair. owner. In factory warranty. . TU7D

: the American family's vote too!! leatherette Beautiful. Power car seat steering.In upholstery excellent White and 22,000- gold.miles.Solid 62 tory PONTIAC air, power Bonneville.steering. White Hardtop with sedan.Fac-burgan- '

$3295 dy interior. Exceptional condition. $ftf"ftr '
condition . . . . .
25,016 miles. . . .. . ZJ7J
Meet,Cortina, the car just named "International Car of the Year" by Auto-Universum, the famous 62 CROWN IMPERIAL Hardtop sedan. Fac- 64 CROWN IMPERIAL .Hardtop sedan. Fac

European motoring publication. Cortina has out competition-modified tcry air cruise control full power. 42,000 toryair., full power silver turquoise, white 1
gone brought home 140
miles. One owner. Sparkling red. $OQQr leather interior. 100% warrant. $COOC

firsts in races and rallies around the world, including the East African Safari, toughest of them all. White leather interior ... . OO7J List new for about 7000. . 373

Ford Motor Company imports, and distributes the Cortina.-: The Cortina GT offers disc brakes, heated 61 CADILLAC sedan deVille air cond. $2995 59 CHEVROLET Impala hardtop PS V-8 $995 .

61 CADILLAC convertible cond. $2995 59 CHEVROLET station wagon 6cyl AT $995

manifold, tuned exaust, Weber carburetor, four-on-the-floor, ana! competition suspension as standard 60 CADILLAC fleetwood! air cond. $2495 62 FALCON station wagon . $1495

equipment. The deluxe 2and 4-door sedan and the station wagon have optional automatic transmission 60 CADILLAC sedan,' air cond. . $2395, 61 FALCON station wagon . $1195"

60 CADILLAC sedan $1995 61 FORD GALAXIE hardtop. AC $1295

available. Every Cortina offers five-passenger comfort: foam-padded bucket seats, plenty of luggage 59 CADILLAC.ledan deVille air ccnd. $1895 61 DODGE station wagon . . $1395 ..

: room, American-size nuts and bolts, surprising performance and as much as 32 miles to the gal 57 CADILLAC fleetwood, air cwid. $895 58 PLYMOUTH sedan air cond . $395 .'" ..

I 60 CHEVROLET station wagon .. $1195 60 DODGE phoenix hardtop sedan AC $895

Jon as standard features. Meet the Cortina the winningest family car of them all, at your English 60 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan ,air cond. $1595 59 CHRYSLER hardtop coup . $1095

F dealer's. 59 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan air cond. $1295 59 DODGE sedan power steering $795 It

EordJ-lne .. I 58 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan air cond $795 52 PLYMOUTH good transportation $195

58 OLDS 98 convertible .. $595 59 MG Convertible . . .11. $595

Cortina 57 OLDS sf don air cond. . .. $395 61 ,MERCURY sedan, 6cy1 U SS . $1095

S G OR AC ? PRODUCT 56 OLDS,98 hardtop sedan air cond. .$295 58 HILLMAN . .e.e..e.ee. $295

JUICK hardtop coupe, air cond. $1195 58 VAUXHALL I. . . . $150


.d'{ : Get your Cortina, for as ,little as $1698 at xt v: : ? CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE VG + d


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:f : ":; ; ; -- il;' t ,Y, t- i DODGE-DART FORTHE CORRECT -.

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:: brakes, automatic transmission $4395
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) 9 EXAMPLES OF FORD-TOWN'S '59 PLYMOUTH fury 2-door hardtop A
Cw power steering '
i it radio, heater, auto. trans. V8 $845,
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'62 FORD '59 MERCURY '59 FORD : brakes, radio, heater, air
Foirlone 500" 4-dr.:.*R*&' 'H. 2dr. hardtoP R & H. PSt Air.' Galaxie 2-dr. V8. 'R & H. :'- .' tioning, automatic condi$1145
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: $845'S9 $895
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ri ; PS Com. 390 'motor, solid ; ,'Air-Cond.,. white fir 4-dr., V-8, heater, automatic. d; '7 37 automatic transmission I
,; white with \vhitewo1ls. blue.'whitewalls. PS whitewalls 4' radio, heater, VR $7Q C
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'61 BUICK '60 FORD '61 CORVAIR 30 BUICK power brakes, $CQC
5% FINANCING '. $ auto.,transmission, air conditioning 3/3 Family
4-dr. Electra 225 hardtop; R &
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& USED CARS $1695 $1095 $1145, .; .'56 VOLKSWAGEN .door 495

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Chief.V-8 A/T.Radio Heater. Wagon.V-8A/T.Air.R&H. "Billy the Kicl 1 Tuten, Smiley":Wood John "Ramrod" Hipp "Buffalo Bob"Adams "Curley"Stanley
Was $995.00 SAVE $350.00 WAS $1395.00 SAVE$200.00 i
SALE PRICE *645 SALE PRICE $119500 '63 BUICK $3485 '63 T-BIRD $3888

Electra 225,convertible, auto.A/C. PS, PB, EW, ES. Convertible, automatic, air con d., PS, R & H, loaded.
.6 Cyl..A/T,Heater. V-8 A/T,Heater '62 CORVAIR $1975 '56 CHEVROLET $545
WAS$1295.00 SAVE$325.00 WAS $500.00 SAVE $300.00 Monza 2-dr. cpe. 4-speed,'R & H, white side walls, black interior. 210 4-dr. station wagon. V-8. Powergtide. R & H.
61 .SIMCA tf $4784dr. 63 FORD $2435Gal.
63 CHEVROLET 62 CHEVROLETBelAir .sedan,heater, real nice. 500,4-dr.sedan,automatic,PS,R &H,352 engine.
Biscoyne.Dr.V-8.A/T.Heater.P.S..P.B. 4 Dr.6 Cyl.A/T. R&H.
WAS $2200.00 SAVE$550.00 WAS. $1695.00 SAVE $100.00 '63 CORVAIR **" $2145Convertible '63 FALCON $13752dr.

NOW $165000 SALE PRICE $159500 .
Monza automatic R&H power top. heater, standard trans.,new spare.

'64 CHEVY II 53 CHEVROLETSolid '62 CORVAIR 95 $1645Deluxe '62 CORVAIR .' $1245
, Nova 4 Dr.Y-S'AIT. Radio Heater. Black.Extra Sharp Car.
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, WAS$3000.00 SAVE $600.00 WAS $495.00 SAVE $95.00 walls. 700 4-dr. sedan auto. heater white side walls, 2tone paint.



2 Dr.Sedan.4 Speed.R&H..WAS 55.Heater.
1400.00 SAVE$300.00 WAS $495.00 SAVE $95.00 1 'til I 6 I & DOOR PRIZES1st
Prize: 3 day paid vacation to Daytona Beach's Ellinor Village for
you and your family. (Includes lodging, gas to and from
'63 FORD '63 FORD ((500)), FREE REFRESHMENTS plus $25) Cannot be taken until after July 5th.
2nd Prize:Set of Recap Tires from Gator Tire Service.
Galoxle 2 Dr.V:8,A/T P.S.,R&H. 2 Dr.HT.Bucket Seats.V-8.Ate,Air. 3rd Prize: 5 FREE car washes at Linden Car Wash.
WAS$2100.00 SAVE$500.00 WAS $2595.00 SAVE$195.00 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Register at the door-no obligation. Drawing will be held Tuesday,
July 30th at 6 p.m.You do not have to be present to win.(

.'61 VOLKSWAGENSunroof. '62 CHEV. ETON P.U '62 RAMBLER $1688 '57 FORD $375Automatic

.Radio&Heater. SS 6 Cyl. Ambassador 4-dr.sedan,V-8. automatic PS, R&H. R&H,white side' wollt.
WAS $1295.00 SAVE $250.00 WAS$1295.00 SAVE $245.00 .
SALE PRICE $104500 SALE PRICE 105000 '58 CHEVROLET $355BelAir '61 RAMBLER $845American

4-dr.sedan,6 cyl.,std.trans.,heeter. 2-dr.sedan.
'63 CORVAIRMonza 53 CHEV. TON P.U.
Cpe.4 Speed.Radio&Heater. Good Transportation.WAS '62 Volkswagen $13452dr. ''59 VOLVO $588
WAS$1800.00 SAVE$200.00 $295.00 SAVE $100.00
sedan heater white tide walls. Nice. 2-dr.R&H 4-speed.

I '62 CHEVROLET '62 CORVAIRMonza '62 Volkswagen' $1395Sunroof '55 GMC $295
,2-dr.R&H,white side walls. 'A.tCHI LWB. pi'ckup track.
Station Wagon.SS-V-8.Heater Cpe_ /T., R&H.
WAS 1750.00 SAVE$250.00. WAS$1695.00. SAVE $100.00 '61 FORD $1045Custom '48 PACKARD $175

4-dr. sedan,air condo V-8> R & H. 4-dr. sedan, perfect condition.

WAS$2095.00 SAVE $300.00 WAS $2395.00 SAVE$495.00

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22. Gainesville Sun Friday. June 26 1964

like a game: A president would HOPPERS CONVICTED 'f

LBJ, Nearing Test with Congress; ask far more than expected Grasshoppers were convictedof

to get in order to wind up, when .
trespassing in a 16th Cen-
the chopping was over, with
Wants 30 BillsP'assed about what he figured he could tury English court trial. Defense will be closed
by ElectionBy do with in the first place. witnesses-nature lovers

... But Johnson asked for $3.5 each Sat. at f.
I 106 W. University Ave.
and. scientists-argued that the
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JAMES MARLOW have to work right up until problem in front of him now. K- 'ty payments.Now billion less than this President year-or Kennedy$1 billion requested -insects had the same right to We hope our friends 1 p.m. for the
Associated Press News Analyst early July, before the Republican -will need all his ingenuity t I j and customers won't '
convention begins, and then 1 the only hope for medicare in 1963. Kennedy woundup life as humans. But the judge be inconvenienced. next 6 weeks
WASHINGTON (AP) President return and probably work until build his record. seems'to lie with the Sen- with roughly $1.3 billion held that grasshoppers were I CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT
Johnson, a man of highly the Democratic convention Already one of his major pro lte. Even if it should, pass knocked off.Johnson .
competitive spirit mixed with starts subject to extermination if they \'
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grams-medical care for the here, the House would have to represented request
endless and determined energy, as a minimum figure and remained in farmers' fields.
He that from like it's
suggested now aged-looks probablydead be to That
heads into one of the biggest go until now the House, which has
tests of his career. on week.Congress work six days a .for 1964. The House Ways would require a lot of persuading -not completed final action, I has

and Means Committee Wednes- perhaps more than Johnsoncan appeared willing to give ,him
This is with his own Demo- The Senate alone has THE BOSS SAYS
a mountain :
day voted it,down although giving do. approximately what he asked
cratic-run Congress. When he of work piled up, the resultof
campaigns election he 'will its months of debate on the preliminary approval to a It will be with comparatively minor cuts.
practically a mira- The I "GET THE JOB DONE"My
need a good record of domestic civil rights bill, which passed 5 per cent boost in Social Secur- I antipoverty program was
cle if it gets through.Yet among the 30 measures Johnson
achievement to point to. last Friday. Everything, else got I said he wanted action on. goal for the last six months of this year is 25'
stalled until that job was done. Johnson has had aston-
Congress, under his persistent Treatment For new trucks 50 new cars, and 100 used cars and
prodding, has two major Johnson, a lot more persistent ishing success so far with another trucks. In order to obtain this goal I pledge to cut
achievements to its credit so operator in pushing Congressfor : Outdoor Ills program foreign aid in PROPANELP.5 profit to the bottom increase trade in allowance to
far this year: (1) A tax cut and what he wants than President which all the presidents back to the top and meet or beat.any legitimate deal laid in
(2)) A civil rights bill which Kennedy was, telephones, Summer weather means time and including Harry S. Truman front of me. My commission check may suffer but my
buttonholes, confers, and other-
boss won't frown at time he JERRY MEADOWS
seems certain of took a heavy beating.For me every sees me.
wise unrelentingly puts the heat spent in the outdoors. But too 37675.84

But at a news conference this on.But 1 much sun and fun has its 16 years this was the routine HOTTER THAN See Jerry In A Hurry At Ext. 48
week he said there were about he never, if only becausethis painful consequences. : A president would ask a NATURAL GAS
30 bills he hoped to get through.To is his first year in the pres- certain sum, in the billions, for
Cook & Heat Water
do all that Congress will idency, came up against theRFKLBJ I For mild cases of sunburn foreign aid and Congress would UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO.
cold cream or oils will help chop hundreds of millions or a Low Cost

ease the pain. If blisters occur, billion or more off it. FR 6-5110 I 1515 NORTH MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE FLA.

Relationship a dry, covering dressing shouldbe This was so routine it looked

used. External pain and

Considerably Warmer blistering should be treated bya

23>m flork Stmra more to full participation in Jus-
After coming in contact with
By TOM WICKER tice Department, and adminis-
WASHINGTON The rela- tration activities,,the crises in poison ivy, oak or sumac wash
tionship between Pre s ident South Viet Nam simultaneously the exposed area thoroughlywith
Johnson and Attorney. General and water. Then
soap apply -
Robert F. Kennedy, neveras deepened. At about the. same
cool as has been reported, time, the Civil Rights bill near- rubbing alcohol. Do not;
has improved considerably in ed passage in Congress and the scratch or rub the affectedarea. :

recent weeks. so-called "Long, Hot Summer", I
between during which the administration
The improved -
Heat rash can be relieved by
Johnson and the brotherof expects considerable racial '
President Kennedy does turmoil, came nearer and near- powdering with talcum, baking
mean that a potentially dan- er. soda or cornstarch. j
gerous split in the Democratic ,- ....1
party has been at least parti-
ally mended.It Attention Livestock Producers!

also means that the Pres-
ident now has a much easier 2 2.
and more informal relationshipwith If you have hogs or cattle to
the Justice Department, sell now or in the future please "A BIG V. BIGDAYS' .
and with of the most influ-
one contact one of the buyers at
ential in this cabinet. ..
figures Copeland T DAYS
Sausage Company and ..
Many signs of an improved
give them
an opportunity to ;
Johnson-Kennedy relations hip S
buy ,
were visible in Washington in your.linstock.
late spring and early summer. I
Those familiar with the developing COPELAND OFFERS YOU .
t situation believe that it
resulted primarily from the 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! ,
deep interest of both men in NO ONE UNDER-SELLS JIM VOYLES AND STILL
two crucial situations civ- 1. Cash market every day.

il war rights in South in this Vietnam.country and the 2. No commission. GUARANTEES FULL WARRANTY _AND SERVICE

Finally, there was the evident 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs.

political and personal selfinterest 4: Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities.
of both men in establish- MAYT AG'S Best ..
ing a good relationship with
the other. CALL COLLECT 462-1011

The two men had not been
close during the Kennedy administration ., WASHERSAUTOMATIC
although the At- a. -
torney General's associat e s VEECH
say he always admired both
Johnson's willingness to run
for vice president in 1960 and CopelandSAUSAGE
his loyalty to John Kennedy ct.
while serving in that post.
As the spring advanced and COMPANY A LAC HIM, FLORIDA
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Early Yawning Fishing Best

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It's the early worm that McGilvray's Fishing Camp, and motor can be rented for FEATURING: :
catches the fish, so Gaines- Road, is the only fishing campon $1.00 an hour. ICE COLD MELON-MILK-JUICES i
ville fishermen can be seen in the four mile wide, seven
the early morning with line mile long lake. Newnan's Lakeis "The hot weather makes the SOFT DRINKS-SANDWICHES 1
and poles heading down the mostly populated with speck fishing only fair now," McGil- CHARCOAL & PICNIC SUPPLIES
.... east end of University Ave. led perch, bass, and b lu e vray said, "but wait until it FISHING POLES & BAIT
:, to Newnan's Lake. gill fish. rains-then things will real-

"After all," stressed John "Since most people like to ly speed up." Goodyear Tire DealerCITIES <
McGilvray, owner of ;McGil- fish from boats, we make Also open for public use on
vray's Fishing Camp "morn- them available," McGi Ivray the lake is a county boat rampon e
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Swim or Sub In Coolness

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with the help of the guide one In addition there is a glass-
may see nearly 50 species of bottomed boat the Rainbow
fish and 37 varieties of marine River Queen that takes a five- t j.
life. These are unique and exciting mile cruise on the Rainbow Riv
making the observer er.
feel as though he is part of this
strange underwater world. The What It Costs 4

*sr ride costs $2 for adults $1 for MARION CO. PARK ,
children under 12 years of age, <
and is free for children unr .
Swimming. .50 & 25 cents
g-t : 6 years old. The entire trip is Canoe Rental. .52 cents
two miles long and takes about per half hour

30 minutes. Boat Rides. .$2 and $1

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By BILL McCORMICKMost glen. Springs costs 50 cents for adults FOR YOURFISHING
people who travel Flor KP Hole NearbyA and 25 cents for children. The ;

ida's highways know there is short distance from t the water is crystal clear and a TRIP :
a Rainbow Springs. Many, how- springs and on Rainbow Riveris comfortable 74 degrees. The r
,,% 'ever, do not realize there are the Marion County Beach. swimming. area is roped in and t
". several things to do there that The beach is known to the resi- has plenty of shallow placesfor OR PICNIC
\ are free or cost only a small dents as the KP Hole. It derivesits the small fry. Chairs and tables J
f amount. name from the Knights of are available for those who
One such facility at the Pythias who have held their an- just want to sit and watch. Fishing Supplies Picnic Needs !

Springs is a picnic area equipped nual boy's outing there for several Other facilities offered at Gulf Gas and Oil Cold Drinks
with tables and open to the years. The water is clean Rainbow Springs are a gift j
public at no cost. The 200-acre and comfortably cool, and thereis shop soft drink stand motel, Beer Ice Groceries
area surrounding the Springsis a moderately sized beach of and a restaurant overlookingthe
open to hikers at no cost. white sand. There is also a boat springs. The boat trips at
... Trees along the trails are identified ramp available for public use Rainbow Springs are the main CHIAPPINIGULF ; :
:t 8 and provide an education at no charge. This is not onlya -and most commercialattraction. -
I for the adult as well as the favorite swimming spot but Featured is a submarineboat
children.At also a place for water skiing en that allows the visitor to STATIONAT
.the. end of one trail thusiasts. ride five feet below the surfaceof
is what the the water. THE CROSS ROADS IN MELROSE
folks at Rain- I
There individual
are portholes
bow springs i Rainbow Springsterm
for each passenger and
"Florida'shighest ._ ..ri

fall." This water-60- 'l C'M*|ft : s time -to n.ove :

foot structure Marion Park
although manmade County ...r'U"' '

looks natural unusually -and beautiful as At Rainbow Springs, canoes i r4{': t : ;
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tropical foliage into a cool green half hour. Swimming in the '1" : : ; ,--.I.-1,.,; .. r ,'I\,


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do's most beautiful natural attractions, famous for
*teol with aluminum ,.
its :scenic Submarine Boot Rides the Rainbow River from "Sotiqrsm.eth"
Cruise, and Ball OHdo action. Handtomo while*
.q Rainbow Trail leading to Florida's highest
:,: waterfall. Other conveniences that will odd to your pattern.
pleasure: A modern air-conditioned Motor Lodge. This Croup** includedSt $ sts
AAA recommended. Duncan Hines recommended 3 FaitengeSturd GGder
Restaurant. Bring the whole family for on outstanding / Matching ChairBeautiful 59
pleasure trip. Matching R.ck.r 3 ri.css
loch pieco hat 2 coats
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.,. .' You Can Climb x i ?, ;,: -ft- Magnolia Lake's Beauty :

Still Untouched by Man i

.Y A 'Mountain' in Florida Wilderness and natural 30 picnic tables, and a picnic

,,::" f.. beauty await the visitor to shelter.

t: Magnolia Lake State Park.
"Some barbecue grills are
At With most sections of the available," said park superin-
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Millhopper .
park still undeveloped, visitorscan tendent Ed Collins, "but
enjoy a pleasant outing in
visitors are welcome to bring
r. the, quiet surroundings of natural -
Gainesville is one of few places in Florida the top of the big hole in the ground, actuallyan pine forest. their own cooking equipment if
Where you can go "mountain climbing." ages-old land collapse. The "hole" is about they prefer."
800 feet across, making a lot of "mountain Magnolia, originally built for
The only catch is that have to
you scramble There i is no admission charge
climbing" possible all around. Negroes, also offers a swim-
"down the mountain" before
you can begin the ming area, _a boat launchingarea and the park is open every day
climb. t There are many unplanned trails and one on a concession stand, about from 8 a.m. until sunset.
,.r This bit of hiking paradox is available at the northeast side that has been cleared out
Devil's Mill- and marked by Boy Scouts. But, for the
Millhopper, just a shod drive out
l hopper Road off Newberry Road, or turn right "pioneering type," the Millhopper offers explorers A DELIGHTFUL SPOT
; at the ends of NW 16th Ave., 23rd Blvd., Glen an opportunity to make their own trails.A .
t I Springs Road or 39th Ave. Keep driving along trip to the bottom and back can be made in WHITE FEATHER
less than 30 minutes.At .
Millhopper Rd., even when it turns west. A
: few hundred feet further is the turn-ff to the the bottom, rockhounds can find various COURT
; right. types of fossils and the youngsters can usuallycome

F f' The Millhopper an immense sinkhole. Over away with a big haul of shark's teeth. KEYSTONE, HEIGHTS, HWY. 21

j. 100 feet deep, with almost straight-down sides, The Millhopper is on University 'of Florida
V I t it has dozens of deep-springs flowing from its property and there is no charge to enter the P.O. BOX 636 PH. 473-4208

I sides, cascading over small "waterfalls" and area. Plenty of shady places are available for .
r coming together at the bottom in a clear-flow- picnics on the ground. A hike into the hole is Lakefront Cottages.
ing spring that disappears into a rockcoveredsink. best when there has not been recent rain. In-
r .
j sect repellant is a "must" anytime, for the WITH PRIVATE BATHING BEACH
f... Huge trees growing from the bottom tower to mosquitoes are somewhat plentiful-and big. .
Here is why White Feather Court is preferred by '.. .
experienced travelers and vacationists.

t ; Watered Woodland Fun Private Accommodations "

Spotlessly Clean .

I By JIM SIMMONS Springs offers a dance pavilionand Glen Springs is about one- Designed for comfort and convenience .

i Gainesville's Glen Springs, picnic areas with barbecue half mile west of Gainesville Furnished
surrounded by gently sloping High School. Completely
pits. A snack bar is located
= woodlands, offers swimming, Boating Fishing Swimming
next to the 1
j and dressingrooms.
picnicking dancing for the
t : entire family.I' What It Costs Attractive Rates Summer and Winter f '

The recreation area has a 90 Swimming..78 cents and
. yd.-long swimming pool fed by Glen Springs is open every 42 cents
' a natural spring located at the day except Monday from 10 a.m. General Admission 11 cents OVERNIGHT WEEKLY SEASONAL'b M

I shallow end. The spring pumps to 6 p.m. The facilities are

i about 10,000 gallons an hour available for private parties

I through the pool, which is divided during the evenings upon re-

i''I' deep into and a a servation, said Roy W. Perkins, OPEN JULY 4th!

shallow sec- Glen the manager.

tion with a The entire facilities are avail-
I special area able to children under 12 for 42 ash- ,
for the tiny Springs
I I tots. A lifeguard cents and 78 cents for others.It .

is on duty at all costs 11 cents per person to l 1

I times. use all the facilities except In, the .
I In addition to the pool, Glen pool. .,, __ 0

1! Plenty of Divots ',f,' Diving Glen j Springs a aGo

f From Greens, White Sand Pool L

f Visitors who make the short ery Saturday night with a live )j.COOLj
45-minute drive to Keystone band. Admission to the danceis
North 13th St.
\ Heights, just across the Bradford $1 per couple. on \
' county line, shouldn't have Turn West at 23rd Blvd.
{ any trouble finding things to The Keystone Heights Coun- and Drive only i !/2 Mile
Club is also to the
J try open lit1
do, if they bring their golf clubs
' public. Fee is $1.50 for stu-
or bathing suits along.
t dents, $2 for nine holes and
I If r The town boasts an attractivet $2.50 for all day play. Par for

i\.. whit sand
j beach 'on Swimming 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Daily Closed Mon.
beautiful Lake
: ..: I Geneva and ,Keystone heights
I 1 a nine-hole Private Parties by

course at 'thee Beach Golfing ReservationDance
_. t Key sto .:: .
r Heights Country Pavilion : ''
.. Boat ramps are located further the nine holes is 35 for men .> Snack BarModern
:. down the beach and water and 36 for women over the 3-

r skiing is popular. 182 yard course. Dressing .
Pro at the course is Les S
Picnics also and Rooms :
l are popular Stephenson. Electric or hand ,
t the beach has a large picnic carts are available at the pro -
Picnic &
area with tables with grills. Bar-B-Q
The beach has a large sun Facilities 0
deck and a diving float out in

the lake. Dressing rooms are What It Costs Life Guards _
included in the price of ad-
Swimming_ so cts. adults'
mission. Children_25 cts. I
Phone FR 29452r
There is also a dancing pa- GoIL.l. .; .
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Turtle Steaks f

Mullet Trout

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You cari take a romantic stroll, fish f rom or tie up your boat along this Grouper i ic.
boardwalk that leads to the Suwannee River i in Monatee Springs Slate Park.' c. ,

I: Down; Upon the Manatee F. D. (FROG) AND


Whether for an hour, or two.. new this year are separatedfrom Hiking trails lead out in
or three. Or for a day, or the other public areas, several directions from the r'SKiPPER DAVE"LccC.ted
two... or Oree..There's no better but in short walking dsitanceto park. Supplies are availablenot
place than Manatee. swimming. Clean restroomsand far from the entrance.

I II, The poetry may be bad, but bath houses even with What It Costs !. on the Deck
it's no reflection on Manatee clothes washing facilities and 50 cents per carload
Springs State Park, where an hot water are centrally lo Overnight camping $t.50 Cedar Key ;,
: outing provides something for cated. Campsites are situated $2 per truck or bus ''f
just about everybody in the among towering oaks and Boat Launching 50 cents Open 7 Days A Week: 11
family. pines. Electricity 25 cents per day
Located about six: miles from .._- .....- '..' .......... --....e -- y_ -.-- "", .rrc .,n. =r wr
% Chiefland, north off Highway .'7s r
98, Manatee offers swimming,
camping, boating r
picnicking, A
water skiing, ,
hiking and
t most of it for StatePark
nothing ethan i
J cents per the car 50 p Even MORE Fun

load admissionfee
to the park.
The park's focal point is the z thAW
springs itself, which flows 49-, .
000 gallons of water per minute.
The Spring Run races, along to wry.- r
the historic Suwannee River 1,-, CAR!
100 feet away. Andy alc:-""the
edge stretches boardwalkthat
JI' 'takes tfie stroller right out
47 over the edge of the Suwannee.
a: 'L-=za At the head of the boardwalk,
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.-; boaters can launch their craft $: y aAw ys
for an excursion up or down
_. the Suwannee. It's only 20 tta s ,w "
miles to the Gulf of Mexico and
-1 t
-) a twenty-minute run to Fannin

Springs. Several boats even ., f ,, : ?% ; rmft :
the cabin tie
big types can .
up alongside the boardwalk for
awhile or even overnight.The ,
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Suwannee is wide within .- : p. Zi ; : : 4. asa
the park, furnishing skiers with 9kv a "
plenty of room. And, of course, V: a
there are fish in the Suwanneeand
in the run itself. For the
"fish watchers" the main '
spring boil and smaller ones in

the park offer opportunities for sM % .,
just looking and feeding. .
Swimming is in a huge area ..
In the run just below the boiL See Us For % Vacation and summer

Sand has been trucked in to All Your outings ore so much more r
provide a "beach" and plentyof Banking Needs .;
shallow water for the young fun when you're drivinga
sters. For the hardier there is .f
( late model
new or ) '
.f a diving platform. Dressing l:1 r-cl
( t rooms are nearby.A "-' ..... car! See our friendly auto

tremendous picnic area -.- "" .- .- --.. loan\ staff for prompt, r-
borders the swimming area.
There are small tables for families /NATIONAL ,BANK _AT GAINESVILLE. courteous attention. .
and set-ups for reunions < ';:. __: __ _: _< "- .' -- 0" : <
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: Nature Hums Along d 1o


By HOLLY IRONSAs reservation. Prices range from cated on an oak shaded lake

$7 to $9. Also available on reservation shore.
dusk settles over the pin-
are large group picnic Johnson Field Just off
blue wood smoke
eywoods shelters. Write A. R. Morrow, State Highway 19 at the Oklawaha -
drifts among the trees its pun- Rt. I, Oklawaha Florida for River. Picnic tables, fireplaces -
gent odor blending with that
of broiling meat. The splash- reservations. water, sanitary facili- Enjoy leisurely, relaxing vacation or week-end on'
trinkle of running water is back- Picnicking and swimming fa- ties, and tent camping areas beautiful crystal' clear Lake Geneva with white sand
ground music for an orchestraof cilities are free but there is a are in a grove of hardwoods. beach with a cottage to fit your need.
charge for use of the bath- There is a boat ramp to the
evening insects. Then, the
house-25 cents for children, 35 Oklawaha River.According DAY-WEEK OR MONTH
pure, lilting call of a ChuckWill's -
cents for adults. to District RangerR.
Widow pierces the night. Juniper Springs is 26 miles S. Jackson, visitors are en- SINGLES OR FAMILY UNITSFOR

Camping out is only one east of Ocala on state highway couraged to use the less devel--

summertime activity availablein 40. oped recreation areas as Juni- RESERVATIONS

the Ocala National Forest. per and Alexander are often
Other recreational possibilities crowded in the summer months. -
include picnicking, swimming, Alexander Springs is an exotic -

boating, hiking and fishing. sub-tropical area centered
The person who wants to get around the spring. Game fish-

out can spend an afternoon ing is excellent in the clear waters GET THE BEST MONEY\ CAN BUY

a day, a week, or longer "on of Spring Creek. <
the Ocala." Groups of 20 or less can make



are developJuniper! Springs 1 i
ed camp sites '

with picnic and Alexander Springstables 1Jchrthcita1T

shelters, fireMany; Many i'JMore' 1

places, ana
toilet facilities. For those who reservations for camping i

yearn for more seclusion, there space for $5 a day. Extra per-

are numerous undeveloped sons are charged 25 cents.
campsites in the back country Canoes of various sizes are t.

besides calm lakes or in cool for rent. There is also a scen-

hardwood hammocks. ic boat trip.
Lakes and streams in the for- There are picnic tables and ; 'V

est afford some of the best shelters fireplaces and swim-
bass fishing in the world. Ocala ming. Water temperature is 72

# waters t also abound with degrees year 'round. Toilet facilities -
bream shellcrackers, and related are available and thereis } GOLDEN METEOR

species.An a bathhouse that can be used

added attraction for the for 25 cents for adults and 15 High efficiency fuel Induction '

visitor is the chance to see wilds cents for children. Four-barrel carburetor i

life. Deer, bears, bobcats Alexander Springs is 16 miles Electramatic Drive >>
wild i I turkeys north of Eustis east of State
squirrels, quail, ,..... AlfernaforGeneraforSmgfftIiYpr
otters alligators and Highway 19 just off State High- -'.. '
many others may be seen. way 445. ... : remote control \

More than 200* species of native OTHER SITES .. ..Conversation .Quiet-......
birds are found here. ..
Other less developed free
The two largest and most .
highly developed recreat i ion areas include:
Mill Dam 20 miles east
areas- in the forest, are JunIper -
State Highway 40. There .
along SEEKERS -ifC
Springs i and Alexan- FUN
der Springs. are picnic tables, fireplaces, WITH THESF by
tent sites, well, sanitary facilities -
bathhouse swimming area
Juniper Springs area and boat ramp.
centers around the cool ((72 degree -
Lake Dorr Three miles '
) crystal clear spring.At -
of Altoona off State dtP
north High-
one end of the spring is a
rustic millhouse and water way 40. Facilities include pic- .
nic tables fire places water,
wheel. Camping picnicking ; RELIANT
,., facilities bathhouse :
sanitary BISCAYNE
swimming, and hiking are popular Cuddy-cabin day cruiser with traditional with wide beamed.
here. Canoes are available swimming area, and boat ramp. coastal skiff lines and improved All new lapstrake runabout with marine 8lf-water erUisette hull. Aft ,o "p.t has -
performance! Forward seats convert! engineered spring-cushioned: seats side full-taptrke storage shelves for
for a trip down scenic Juniper Half Moon Lake Twentytwo to twin berths. Molded fiberglass inner storage shelves. Available In SPORT trolling: rOOf11chl'ce upholst.redand
miles east of Ocala along outer hull bonded with exclusive (illustrated) and DELUXE versions. eqUiPment orOlconvertlbl. ".t.wn". ., I
Run. Prices .
Springs are $3 Foam Pae process. Rated to 85 hf P beneeh. Max. Hp. 100.
for a small canoe and $4 for State Road 40, and two miles Cun'l Lath C.t_ Beam Cun'l Lngth. AOABeam With etorate beans ."-
19'3' 18' 88- 17' 2- 15' 11- 75- G'nl. length
,- a large one. For another $3 an south of Forest Service Road 1y4 w
attendant will drive your car to 79. Area: is on a quiet 1 lake
the end of the run or, of course, shore. There are picnic tables .
someone else in your party can among large oak trees, fireplaces '

drive down. The car will be shelter, sanitary facilities -

provided with a rack so you and a boat landing. OF FREEPARKING .I''
can haul the canoe back. Long Pond Sixteen miles 't. ..;

Four cabins are available on northwest of Altoona along State .. .-.c'
Highway 19 and V& miles northon .
Forest Service Road 79E. ,

What It Costs The area Is on a pond and in

a stand of oak trees. Tables, F-

JUNIPER SPRINGS fireplaces shelter, and sanitary "

: Canoe Trip $3-$4 facilities are available. E1iYA4A

.. Camping $1.75-$125 per day Lake Delancy Sixteen miles
Admission 25 centsALEXANDER northeast of Fort McCoy along

SPRINGS State Road 316 and Forest

Camping $1.50-$2 Service Roads 88 and 75. Shelter

Canoes $1 hour; $! day sanitary facilities, tables 601 SOUTH MAIN ST. PHONE FR 2-8531

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six-minute drive south of
Hawthorne brings you right to FisHCamps
the edge of Lake Lochloosa and
i y right in the middle of six fish- \'

arE' .'4W,?' swt'.:x ;'.F,,. ...w n> r. ) ,'1!) 1cv >i'b 44; ing camps and a public boat
Alachua County maintains a
boat ramp, which is available .
free of charge to any boatman
who wants to spend a pleasant AtCarl's
day of fishing or recreation on
Lake Lochloosa.and .
h' .iv wM

Camp motors: boats bait,, Lochloosa 1 I

marine gas and
oil, a launching
ramp picnic Lake
grounds, ice,
cabins, snacks
fishing tackle, licenses, and a WhileVacationing
trailer camp.
Don's Fish Camp: boats motors In
bait marine gas and oil,

.Y7.u.'.. .... .__..____.._u____ <_n___ .... ._.___ no .. ._nnno a launching ramp, picnic i i Cedar Keys
grounds, cabins, snacks and beverages -

Lots of room, sand, water and equipment . and fishing tackle. VisitRichburg's
Lochloosa .Springs i Fish
Camp: boats motors, bait ma-
rine gas and oil, a launchingramp
2 Fun Places at Kingsley picnic grounds, cabins,

snacks and beverages, fishing Sundry and ....
tackle, licenses, and a trailer
camp. Variety Store
: STARKE Two of the most ing fishing swimming, skiing, room for resting or taking partin Norman's boats t motors, For -j

popular facilities for group out- camping and cottages. games. bait, marine gas and oil, a
ings in this area are located on Strickland's is a family-type launching ramp, cabins, snacks Package Drugs
Next door is New Kingsley
beautiful Kingsley Lake, situ- place; no alcoholic beveragesare Beach, Inc., owned by B. C. and beverages, fishing tackle, Fishing Equipment
allowed on the premises, and licenses.
ated .on SR-16 about six miles Paul of Jacksonville and managed Fountain Service
and it is ideal for church
t or Polk's: boats, motors and
east of here.'Strickland's. family group outings. Excellent by Bill Helsabeck. Souvenir Shop It

Landing owned facilities are available for pic- This park offers swimming, bait.Tyson's: boats, motors, bait Fishing & Sun I ,
and operated by F. W. Strick- nics by means of sheltered pic- picnicking and dancing and marine gas and oil, a launch- Hats
nic tables and adequate rest- has amusements such as poolor ing ramp, ice, cabins, snacks
land, has for 18 years offered rooms. A pavilion on the billiards. Helsabeck said and beverages, fishing tackle, Toy Dept. ;
unmatched facilities for boat- waterfront provides ample I NKB caters to company out licenses and a trailer camp.

ings and can handle groups up Open 7 Days A Week -.1
AMFMSHORTWAVERADIO to 5,000.A Water PurifyingIf

RECEPTION AT ITS FINEST freak windstorm which hit water is murky strain it "Your Headquarters

THE ROLLSROYCECADILLACOF the place June 20 did consider- through a paper towel or lay- For Vocation Suppliesin I

OF THE RADIO WORLD able damage to the picnic area, ers of clean cloth. the Heartof
_' S but it has been repaired andN. After it has settled, boil for
t.INEW I -t. K. B. is now in full opera- at least one minute. A pinch of Cedar
J'NOW -_ tion again. salt may be added _for flavor. Key"i

r.r t ;I ;i COUCH'S Just A Short Drive From Gainesville, and it'sKtng -

L .. _.r 608 N. Main

': .. l Day
1 sley
-- NI'H $27500 OPEN TO
....' ,..-- 30OOTRANSOCEAN
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Powered to tune in the world...plus FRIDAYROYAL I :.la ;..
fin music on FM1 I 9 wave bands in- ANY DAY IS FUN DAY AT KINGSLEY BEACH :-
Cludlnc LF FAA Weathtr.. Truly theworld's ,, .lf .
most magnificent radio. Uses .
rtfuUr flashlight batteries. NORTH FLORIDA'S FAVORITE FUN SPOT

FOR THE BOATING AND To the natural' beauties of crystal clear spring water and white 4J
sand we have added many ether healthful recreation facilitiesfor : I
FLYING ENTHUSIAST young and old. Drive out this weekend you'll be back J

again and again!



& Catering Service for 50 to 2000 w;;?

SECONDARYDIRECTION Playground For Kiddies I'If 1I I

': 1 GERMANIUM DIODE MUSIC, etc. By Week or Month
C*".,. ISO.400 k .FAA. 500.
1400 kc M.nd.rd br_4c.U.SelfRECOMMENDED FREE BOAT RAMPS
::. pw.r.4 n.vig.ti.n.l. .i4 for BY LEADING
pIel\4..boot*., FLYING & BOATING Skiing Scuba Diving Fishing i

.'.;: $99 95COUCH'S_ MAGAZINES Just "Drop In" or Make Advance Reservations if f

V 8 Miles East of Starke on Rts. 230 and 16

TRANSISTOR RADIOS $14.77 & Up Rt. 1, Box 300, Starke, Fla. Phone 5332331I

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tall cypress trees and hanging
vines. Skiing Safety

I I Blue Splendors. "She built that boardwalklast ImportantWaterskiing

.. year so people can inspectand is one of the
enjoy the natural beautiesof favorite pastimes around the
f i the area," he said pride- many Florida lakes.
r fully, "and it cost a lot of The American Water Ski As-
,\) v By TOM MILLSAPS and barbeque pits dot the and wants to preserve all the too." soiciation cautions even good
Would you like to spend a grassy, tree-studded slopes sur- natural beauty here that she swimmers to wear a ski belt
| day or a weekend at a place rounding the spring. And Cringing can," he said. He indicated also that Miss or life preserver.
where plam trees lazily sway portions of the lake are He gestured toward the far Kirby has budding plans to de- Other rules to follow are
t to a cool ocean breeze? Where water lillies which Moresell said side of the pool, indicating an velop an "island" somewhere equally important.Lean .
\ beautiful maidens dance and Miss Kirby has a special fond elevated boardwalk stretching a toward the rear of the propertyinto back, not forward when
croon love songs? And place ness for."She's. tenth of a mile along the pool a "sort of botanical gar- skiing. Avoid falling forward
fragrant blossoms in your a true lover of nature runoff and disappearing into den" full of nature trails. whenever possible.
Forget it! You've been readIng -
too many travel folders.
But there is a place within
thirty miles of Gainesville that .Bubble Boil at Springs I
meets some of these specifi-- .. ,
cations. Best of all, mother
won't have to worry about un- II
NO FISHING nearby. And lawn chairs are To get there, take U.S. 441 follow it back to Gainesville.
equal competition and Juniorwon't
provided in convenient: shady north to High Springs, turn left This road intersects and is a
get his hair full of salt Two taboos are in effect at
and sand either.A the springs. These are fishing spots for jaded and-or "just on U.S. 41 south approximately part of NW 39th Avenue.
recreation area that catersto poles and aqua-lungs. plain: lazy" people. % of a mile, then right on
all Moresell said the spring temperatures State Road 236 about five miles.
ages most tastes, What It Costs
Blue Springs lies just across Moresell explained that the is a constant 72 de Direction signs are frequent in 50 cents per person
fish, easily seen in the clear grees. the High Springs area. f
.. the Gilchrist County line, five Camping .$1 per person
miles west of High Springs off water, are part of the natural "We've had peope! swimming For a scenic return trip, per day
State Road 236. beauty theme and that their in- ; here at Christmas and go South about six miles on (Children under 4 free)
It is a miniature lake formed surance rules out scubadiving.He New Year's," he said. "In fact U.S. 41, turn left on SR 232 and
by a clear blue spring and its indicated, though, that there's hardly a week during: the
runoff. The bottom is hard sand masks, swim-fins and snorkelsare winter that people don't swim
and the"crystal-blue water is an okay.A here." JUNE SPECIALSBOATS

optical illusion caused by blue- diving platform justs out CAMPING AVAILABLE
colored rock where the water toward the deep "boil" of the Camping facilities are also
boils from the ground, accord- spring. Moresell said tLe; water available at the site. A special
ing to resident-manager Wil- n 25 feet deep at this point. bc-thhouse serves the campersor
,) liam Moresell.\ "Someone is always tryingto they may use the pool bath $189 Jackson 17'6" Fiberglass Canoe . .$179

Moresell, a retired machinist, dive to the bottom of the house if they prefer, Moresellsaid. $345 Hunter 13'3" with steering . . .$335
manages the property for the boil," he laughed, "but to my .
owner, Miss Ruth Kirby, who knowledge, nobody has ever Admission charges are 50 $295 Hunter 13'3" lapstrake . . . .$285 II'1

lives in St. Petersburg. Mis.; made it. The pressure is just cents per person. Children under $295 Hunter 14' Fiberglass . . . .$285 "C.
Moresell operates a conces- too great to overcome." 4 are admitted free. Campers -
sions stand near the entrance A large float caters to children are charged $1 each for a $225 Fiberglass 14' Runabout . . . $185MOTORS
I' where she dispenses soft drinks, in the shallow portion of 24-hour period. This fee also R (,. J1in,'si J
tJ popcorn and hot-dogs. the} pool. Basketball facilities covers the use of the entire t ;:' ft'f"
Picnic tables (some covered) and "horseshoes" pits are facilities of the property. !




ON HIGHWAY 236featuring $ 59.50 7/8 HP Elec. Trolling Motor '54 ...$ 54 '_...

r $148.50 3'/2 HP McCulloch, '64 . . .$125 L --- i

: $271.25 7'/2 HP McCulloch, '64 . . .$225 ,
500 Ft. Boardwalk $371.50 14 HP McCulloch, '64 . . .$325 t

New Dressing Rooms $225.50 5'/2 HP Evinrude '63 . . .$235 f
Concession Stand
$525.00 18 HP Johnson Electric, '62 . .$325
Limerock Road
'' A Second Picnic Shelter $490.00 28 HP Long Shaft Evinrude, '63 .$395 f

Telephone Service TRAILERS

195.00 Arkansas Vamping Trailer . .$150
$179.95 Murray 16' Tilt Trg -rr63 . .$149
And Relax Blue
at SpringsTRULY $215.00 Used Universal 16' Tilt Trailer . .$120

ONE OF NATURE'S MOST $179.95 Murray 16' Tilt Trailer, '64. . .$169 .

Y Frank Philpott'sSport
1 Once you have seen Blue Springs; we
\ feel sure it will be one of your favorite
spots for fun & relaxation Center ",
Facilities have been expanded for your i
added comfort and enjoyment.ADMISSION. North of Belk-Lindtey's
20 N.W. 14th Are
< 2-5011 or FR 6-6893
Children Under 4 FREE
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When in the area and you get hungry you'llbe
glad you stopped in to see us enjoy or
\ good food in Air Conditioned comfort.

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,ti( .Butler 1.--------------------.1
All For ,
I Complete Broke Check and Only I
LAKE BUTLER Excellent Adjustment ',
public facilities for outdoor recreation I Brake fluid added-entire $6"5 I I ONLY 99C : \
brake system rood cnecked
are available at the : '
Front end aligned with camber I I
Charley Johns Wayside Park, I '
caster, & toe in corrected WITH OIL CHANGE .
U.S. Car
located here on Lake Butler. and bearings repacked Any f Parts Extra I. s.------I,
r r s r r wWHELBALANCE- r
The park is owned by the 1---------- ,
city, but under lease to the Pier r ;I II 1I
Club, an organization headed II I GUARANTEED FOR LIFE I OF YOUR.CAR I I ,
by Union County Sheriff John I I (Non Transferable) ,
Whitehead. That club, and WITH .IS I
several civic organizations, I 9, Plus INSTALLED FREE COUPONInstall .I'
,. Weights J
have been,'responsible for"" _ _ ..IrO:6kii4EiJi
of the} '
many lmpro\ements-to
thetpark. -- !L.I!! | : :'

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Available to the public are CLOTHES; BASKETS I I.
r new points &
. swimming, boating, fishing and I I condenser j
water skiing on the large lake, Deluxe JI ftc I Install new spark plugs I II {f fI
which' is still largely unsettledand I Plastic .7 I IL Adjust timing & carburetor $666I I.t.tI j
never crowded. I I 6 Cyl. cars-Parts I
Assorted Colors -While They Last I Extra j
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There is a large swimming - - c. -
area, which provides safe facil- __ t
.. ities for non-swimmers, and Famous ASS-V/cathcr "42" -
also deeper water and a diving "
with and
. platform for experts. Tufsyn Nylon

.. : 1st lire I .
And in the park there are aU'.o Trade-in c. 2nd Tire .
SIZE TYPE Price. +tOnlyTuDetess
picnic tables and grills for pre-
9 5" Tube tYD4
paring outdoor meals, and a 6.70x15 blactwall S'.95 IUS .
concession stand sub-leased by 6.701115 blackwall I1S.9S S7.9S ;
the Pier Club, which offers
light refreshments. 7.5Oxt. :'= I It5-S 17.9S

when you buy All prices shown plus tax
Other facilities available include I!
playground rides and first tire at WHITEWALLS ONLY $2.00 more per tire
swings a tennis court and rest- no trade-in price NO MONEY DOWN-FREE MOUNTING

Boating enthusiasts have at 1 '
two from, '
their disposal ramps t a A5WELL
r r which they may launch their f <

f boats. GOODYEAR TIRE CENTER '. i }, -
t Lake Butler is located on SR- -1_.. 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489 )J.
, 121, about 25 miles northwest t
of Gainesvffle. Signs irj the city

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t; It's Boat Safety Week OUTDOOR LIVING IS

I| A boat parade and free boat
i ", Inspection will mark local observance !- Join the Parade Here RADIO IROMt
!| of National Safe 1
) *, Boating Week this year. Saturday COUCH'S f
?I fj The parade will form at .
f : Gainesville Shopping Center COMPLETE (
Saturday at 9 a.m.. and then under close surveillance boating ern engineering and improvedmass
proceed through downtown activities," he said. production techniques
.I Gainesville. Local boat owners Rowe's opinion is that boat have brought boating into the
; are invited to display their ing laws require money for enforcement financial realm of practically
craft i in the parade. money that will everyone. 1476
from boaters "Let's not ruin the work
probably come
Members of the Florida Boating ,
; Council from Tallahassee themselves. Some areas already that has been done to make .'f' \
require a test and license boating the fine popular sportit "" \
will inspect boats for proper .
boat he is licenses, You Get t 440C
equipment, registration and for operation now by making '\ J
t numbering after the boat parade said. law enforcement patrolling and \ ;;--. All HE M-
.. until 4 p.m. at the shop "Boating was once considered increased taxes necessary to : !
ping center. ---a-._rich--man's---sport-, but-mod- provide safe boating," he said.
I. Proper equipment, according = ill -- I'
to United States Power Squad- Shop FRANK'S For Everything in-
I 'f t' rons, includes fenders, gas can,
'< life saving device, whistle, paddle 7 R/N SUPP I S
bilge pump, flashlight, anchor -
i first aid kit, compass, Full Line oi- '; { SHIRT POCKET{ RADIt 1
fire extinguisher, tool kit and Ii &

line.John S. Rowe, publicity officer ERL-uNV Case for Gainesville Power for Private
Squadron says safe boating OUTBOARDS ,
t should come through education from r'Carry Box
I of boaters rather than legislation 3.9 to 100 HP
restricting boating. Sales Service Repair Batteries
"Nearly every boatman is
1 proud of his craft, but this is Six transistors plus germaniumdiode.
BOATSby MOW White color.
BUY Choice of
not enough. He must also be
proud of the skill, knowledge, SPAN-AMERICA Supply tJtnitect' Charcoal Turquoise Brown color.COUCH'S .color or ,
courtesy and judgment he CARTER WOODSONand
t uses when he operates his :
boat safely. 608 N.Main
"Boating education in most Sizes MURRAY TRAILERS .
areas is still up to the individ St. '
ual on a voluntary basis but FRANK'S MARINE ;r
as more and more boats take
to the water, we are going to 1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6.7629
find increased legislative activity GAINESVILLE, FLA. OF ZENITH PRODUCTS } .

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Shady Picnic Facilities! COtrtprette4 SCUB Air _eWeek IvINGComn4l '"

FFISHING 0"4 Rell'., .
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Step right up folks to a wonderful day of enjoyment BO"' t'fI' fOr
.. everything for everybody ., and it's an easy drive from COII"eliiNG.skj: ,.. rOlllt
Gainesville and the surrounding area. You'll find all the RESTAUR tounc";":w r.NG
elements for a "circus" of fun! Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! AND AMUDANCING


i :c LANDING j: No ,

: ,. AlcoholicBeverages

-, 8 Miles East of Starke on Routes 230 and )16PHONES \ Permittedf'

II I '. Starke 533-2321 ,
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Friday. June 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13.

Where A River Goes UndergroundHave

you ever seen a river been hacked out of the woods. t

go underground? Although they are all togetherand .

Well, there's one that does surround an immaculatebath ,

only 30 miles from Gainesville.It's and restroom facility, the :
the Santa Fe River and you campsites offer a great deal of '

can see its "demise" in O'Leno privacy. There are tables and

State Park just off Highway 441 cooking grills at each site. w u
between High Springs and Lake Although the park providesno
City. boats for public use; campers -
A well-devel are allowed to bring their s
own canoes. Only canoeing is al-
oped quartermile -
trail leads O'LENO lowed.
from the main Fishermen must have a Flor-

part of the park STATEto ida state fishing license. -
the hugeslowmoving The park's picnic area has 11
tables, six of which are cov-
PARK ered. "
whirlpool that Fireplaces are providedand w :
charcoal and wood can be
marks the riv-
er's "end." purchased at the park. A soft
drink machine and cookie ma-
Three miles away but not i
chine are provided in the pic- -Puy.
accessible from the park-the r
river emerges and flows alongits nic area. ,,
O'Leno is surrounded by
scenic way into the Suwannee. -
dense woodland and its numer-
Actually, Gainesville residents
ous nature trails give opportunity -
going to O'Leno will
for wildlife and
cross the Santa Fe on H i g h. viewing The swinging bridge at O'Leno State Park leads to nature trails, romance

way 441 at a point after it has scenery.Insects are prevalent and and well, if :you like, you can even dive off it into the Santa Fe River. But, I

dipped from view and come up campers are advised to bring if you want the best trail to where the river goes under ground, don't cross

I again. insect repellent. the bridge.
inkish Santa Fe is the
The Dogs and other fur bearing with utensils silver and dishesto The is the individual cabins
piece d' resistance of O'Leno.It tricity. group camp filled groups, are
can be fished in within the pets are not allowed overnightin feed 160 at a time. Cabinsare for the summer, however.In rented for $5.15 per day and i I
park. It can be swimmed in the park. Dogs must be leashed furnished with double or the winter when not in 23.18 per week. i in
in the -------
and daytime. single cots with mattresses and
several shoal
along areas
and floats Park hours are 7 a.m. to 8 pillows. No towels or linen are
from a diving tower
pm. until September 15 when -
near the park's large picnic i i r
the park closes at 7 p.m. No i
area. It can be crossed on a campers are admitted after fee for the group campis .

romantic, high swinging bridge closing hours. O'Leno is open 50 cents per day, up to and J
that leads to nature trails along everyday. including 90 persons, with a
r the shore. minimum of $45 day. For
( Occupying a large part of the per ?'
I A dressing room and bath park is a grou camp, with facilities additional persons over 90, the
house is available at no cost. for 160 campers, in 17 fee is 35 cents per person per

In fact, the only charges at 0'- cabins. day.Fees

.'. Leno are for camping. The group camp's dining hall include gas for cookingand .

: Thirty-three campsites have and kitchen are fully equipped heating, water and elec- '

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CEDAR KEY'- For the

quiet kind of relaxation h e PIONEER
kind that soothes the city-jan-
gled nerves and at the same FM DEALER SALES & SERVICE

time offers a salt air tonic
for the smog-belabored respir-

atory system-there's no place
like this Gulf coast Levy "'.

County town.
!c Fishing the easy way off the .

cedar Key Dock, or from a ,
}t. charter boat is one of the big -
Just drop your bait off the Cedar Key Dock, relax
recreation attraction of Cedar .
Key.. and wait for the big one to set your reel to whining.Sun .
( photo by Buzz Mixson\ )
Or it may be that you would ._
like to take a leisurely drive ,-
around the town, taking in the -.:?
picturesque .scenery or visiting .
the St. Clair Whitman Mu-

seum, where there is houseda
of this area's history i
1 part early HOTEL"SEAFOOD
and the famous St. Clair -----
: Whitman shell collection. -- -

Or you maybe would want to sc..c. _..
just sit on the dock and inhale AT ITS FINEST" -...
). t the appetite-whet ng salt air
and watch someone else haul
Cocktail Like tobrowse?
in the wide variety of saltwater 1

1" here. fish that can be found come in and look around

And when the hunger pangs '' Lounge PAINTINGS:
reach the point of needing to
be satisfied one needs to take 8 WATERCOLORS .
just a few steps to be seatedin OilS

front of a sumptuously pre- Dining PRINTS
pared seafood dinner.
There are restaurants right
t- on the dock, and there is the RoomAIR GIFTS-
well-known Island Hotel just a .
block away where the excellently JEWELRY-
prepared seafood is served CONDITIONED
up in a nautical setting.
Overnight accommodations f

are offered by the hotel and ACCOMMODATIONS t
several motels. Bait and fishing CEDAR KEYART
; equipment for the catch-
your-own type of seafood gour- DINNERS FROM 5:30: P.M. 'TIL 9 P.M. CENTER
met also are available. And
if you bring along your own NOON LUNCHEON'S 12 NOON ,'TIL 2 P.M.

boat, there is a public launch- ON THE ROAD TO THE '\
We Serve Parties and Banquets
ing ramp available. STATE CEDAR KEY MEMORIAL
: The major portion of the old
; wooden dock is being replaced Phone 2191 Cedar Keys

I.. with a solid fill structure, but OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
: the part from which most of For Reservations
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Tube Run I1jJ1 1L1


Gives Glimpse of PastBy

JOHN DeVAULTPut nee isn't in its picnic or swimming the bridge ahead that was to
Wholesale & Retail
area, however, but the mark the end of our journey.We .
some tubes in the trunk trip down the run itself. piled into the car we had GOLF SPECIAL,

and a little ways northwest of left by the bridge and recounted -
Gainesville you'll find one of The slow moving current
our journey while we Clubs by MacGregor
Florida's most beautiful natu- ground. The journey down the
rode back to the mouth of the
ral springs. three mile run is one of un-
describable natural beauty. It'sa spring to retrieve our other STARTER SETS (mens & ladies)

One day recently a pal and I glimpse into the. past; a car. of
unloaded our tubes and dipped woods unspoiled by signs, and 2 woods, 5 irons, reg. 65.00 8 pcs. 49.95
into the cold spring water of cans! and paper. To get to Ichetucknee take

Ichetucknee on a sunny sum- highway 441 north to High CARTS BALLS (MacGregorBAGS
mer afternoon. The water was We moved along the winding
Springs. From there take high- and Dunlop)
beautiful and the sights breath- thread of crystal water with deliberate
taking; it made for quite a day. speed taking in the way 27 into Fort White. If SHOES

The mouth of= you're planning to tube down Complete Line of Accessories <
the spring is the run you will want to travelup
like a great Ichetucknee 27 about 5 miles just over WATER SPORTS EQUIPMENTDiving

swimming pool. the county line where the
You can stand Lungs Skis
at the surface bridge crosses Ichetucknee.Here Masks Ski Belts
and look all Springsbottom you can leave one car. Fins Life VestsJIMMIE

the way t to the_ _ Spear Guns
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of the: To get to the springs go back
fresh clear water. There is a soon carried us into the shadeof to the Texaco Station in Fort

diving board for those who like the over hanging trees and White and turn north (that's
to jump toward the bottom of left going back toward Gaines-
out of sight of the small boys
this almost bottomless spring. ville). You'll be on state road
in the back-
yelling happily 47. Go two miles and take a
Skin-divers make use of the beauty of it all. We stopped left on state road 238. Go about

clear depths to explore the underwater occasionally to watch a bird or three miles and just before the
beauty with their look at an unusual plant or to pavement ends take a left ontoa HUGHESSPORTING
dirt road. About i.
glasses, fins and air tanks. tip someone's tube upside 200 yards on
the left you'll find the spring.
Around the mouth is a large down. What seemed like a few GOODS

shady area for spreading a minutes later, but was probably .
Give it a try, it's a great way 1113 W. Univ. Ave. 2-8212 -
blanket and having a family closer to a couple of hours, we to cool off on a hot summer day
picnic. The glamor of Ichetuck- turned the final corner and saw and it doesn't cost a dime.


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16 Gainesville Sun Friday, June 26, 1964

The Old and The New

j At Early American MuseumAll ,

types of cars, carriagesand Sub titled "History on
Wheels," the museum also has
t equipment are on
C. space
don't have
many objects that
display by the Early American wheels.
Museum at Silver Springs.
There is the beautiful and
Now in its tenth season, the graceful Studebaker sleigh in
l museum has everything from a- the show window, for example.It .
little pleasure wagon built during is upholstered in velvet and
George Washington's life- has a satin top lining the
time, to Wells-Fargo type of last word in luxury.
stage coaches, on up through There is also a full scale
-------- other early carriages into an- model of a space capsuletheonly
"History on Wheels" is depicted at Silver Springs' Early American Museum tique automobiles to the beau- replica in the museum.

tiful classic cars of the 1930's. Outside is its companion piece,

-. The Water's Wonderful The Kink of Afghanistan's a real Navaho racket extend-
;. Mercedes Benz is on display, ing its -nose 75 feet into the
{ but it is no finer than any of sky. All it lacks are its enginesto
.... the other fine classics on dis zoom it into the atmosphere,
.. .. play. There is for example, the making Silver Springs another
And Its All for F.ee't
i r 0 Pierce Arrow, the car of presi- Canaveral.
dents; a $15,000 Dusenberg; a ..,
16-cylinder Cadillac; and the What It Costs
-"; By DON DAVIS _- '- County Sheriff's Deputy, S. J. marked off by steel cable.
famous Stutz Bearcat, an odd Adults......85 centsChildren..45
Brrr! It's cold. Boyette and his wife live in 4)) No spear fishing is allowedin German "Rumpler" that looks
That's probably the first re the park and maintain its facil-- the springs or its"run." like a boat. cents

action of anyone after a dive into ities. 5)) No "blanket" or "necking"
Hart Springs. Located in For those who prefer to swimat parties will be tolerated. Says
Gilchrist County Recreation night, Mrs. Boyette pointed Mrs. Boyette, "We try to run a Complete ,
Park near Trenton, the Springs out that the Springs have clean family-type place." Prescription Service
offer the perfect answer to the eight large floodlights located in Obviusly, for a summer fi
problem of where to go on a the tall cypress trees along the day's outing, Hart Springs is Drugs-Sundries
sultry summer day. spring's edge. the place. So the next time the
The Springs, The floodlit ts are operatedby kids start "frettin"' to go swim- e Insect Repellents 0 Sun Tan Lotions
as the heart of "quarter" meters. This is the ming, pack up a picnic lunch
the park, offer l1ART only charge for use of any of and follow Highway 26 from PICNIC SUPPLIES I
a huge white- the park's facilities, which includes Gainesville to Trenton. Head
sanded beach, use of a large screened, north on U. S. 129 at Trenton, SUN GLASSES COSMETICS
clear and cold SI'JrillJfS barn-like structure for night until you reach State Road 344. FOUNTAIN SPECIALTIESOpen
blue water, and gatherings for those seeking to Follow this country road as it 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Mon-F/i. Sat. 'Til 8 p.m.
diving boards. escape from mosquitoes. winds through the sunny land-
The swimmingarea Anyone desiring lights simply scape and 45 minutes after leave I Open Sunday 9 a.m. 'til Noon I
is concrete and rocked in deposits twenty five cents in ing Gainesville you're ,there.
to form a beautiful and safe ir- the appropriate light meter. BERRYS DRUG STOREThe
regularly shaped pool. Ice is available for cold What It Costs
Down the spring's "run," drinks, and gasoline and oil are REXALL Store
Admission Is Free
where the spring's flow of water sold to boaters at the spring. HIGH SPRINGS, FLA. 454-1327

t. joins the historical Suwannee For reasons of health and -- -- -
I River, is located a boat ramp for safety, the park has set the following -
those who take their pleasure in rules:
sight-seeing, fishing or skiing up 1)) No dogs are allowed. SEE THE PAST COME\ ALIVE AT THE
or down the river. Fish are also 2)) No drinking is allowed.
abundant. "We don't want the place litter
The park, under the management : ed with beer cans," said Mrs. EARLY
} of the Gilchrist Coun- Boyette. AMERICAN.
ty Park Board, has been under 3)) No skin diving is allowed
development for twelve years. except in the swimming areas

.M elrose MUSEUM! .

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101 Cars & Carriages -

Fishing, Swimming r

Fashion Shop of 1910 ,(
To Match Pretty Name

'A' Dolls of Yesterday
i By STAN KULP According to R. L. S. Ship-i '"

Lake ,Santa Fe is fairly large man, the canal is still in use,
-about nine square miles-and having just recently been clean- Replica of Greatest

is a beautiful lake to look at. ed out as a county project. A Show On Earth I 1
r It and Lake Alto nearby are boater could take an interestingtrip \ ,
lakes in elevation from Waldo to Melrose
;t5. the highest on
S, .. in the county. Most of the lakeis that 30-year-old canal. Boats Full Scale Space CapsuleV t
surrounded by gentle bluffs, and motors can be rented from V
: and in spots by cypress stands, camps in the area for $5 to into American history as you view carriages used In
. which give the water a darker $7 per day.Fishing Washington's day. the early attempts of car builders to harness
electricity and and full
steam gas a scale replica or' a giant
4 color. The color comes from ?' Well, fish are whereyou space capsule. View yesterday's "BIG TOP" recreated in miniature
I- tannic acid from the cypress find them, and Santa Fe and enjoy' the more than 300 antique dolfs. See the fashion shop of
; trees. seems to be a place where the early 1900s. An educational authentic and truly historical
exhibit that's a must for the entire family.
t The county operates a boat you find them. Levy's Prairie
|t. ramp in Melrose. It seems to Lake, about seven miles from A A GUARANTEED
; be popular with Jacksonville Melrose on Fla. 21 south, is a
folks. Three out of four cars fishing lake, as are many lakes FAMILY
using the ramp recently had around Melrose also. But be ATTRACTION
Duval County plates. Six of warned that, except for Prairie -
the seven commercial tourist and Santa Fe there are no AT AREASONABLE
and fishing camps scattered public or commercial facilitieson
around the 1 lake also have these other lakes. J\ ) & PRICEOne
launching ramps. Most of them Santa Fe is a good swim- (
of the
most unusual
charge a fee of around 50 ming lake. Seventy five per exhibition
r you will ever see. Don't miss it!
cents. cent of the shore is sand beach.

At most of these places you If you know someone who hasa
,," can also water ski. place on the lake, fine. Oth- Ai AT THE ENTRANCE

During the 1830's a canal erwise, you can swim at one TO FLORIDA'SSILVER
-r4 from-Little-Santa Fe. .of the- the lake. Average ,
: : 1 '; was dug camps on -
i .1 } Lake to Lake Alto .and from cost usually is 35 cents -2 SPRINGS *
v there to a few blocks from therailroad per person for a day, give or
station at take few cents.
Waldo a
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Friday, June 26 1964 Gafneiville Sun 17 1

Romantic Cross Creek IT'S M HMH COUCH'S- FOR .1

And the Fishings Good

By BILL WALL Guests can go duck hunting, anglers can come as early as STEREO PHONOGRAPHSFOR
Five fishing camps center squirrel hunting, quail hunt! they want and stay as long as
around Cross Creek the con- ing or fish for bass, bream, they like. OUTDOOR FUN
necting link between Lake shell cracker, or speckled ,
Lochloosa and Orange Lake. perch. "This is the only camp near 60S N.
Driving south on State Road Down the road about six Cross Creek from which you COUCH'S
325 the first camp you come to blocks is the Thomas Fishing can see Orange Lake," said MAIN I ST.

is the Lee-Mac Fishing Lodge, Resort, neighboring the Mrs. Thomas.
about 8 miles off Highway 20. Rawlings estate. From the bank you can also GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST DISPLAYOF
Boats and motors are avail- Owner of the resort, Mrs. see floating islands drifting ZENITH STEREO'S
able for rent or guests can Lorraine Thomas, says that down the lake.
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bring their own boats and use
the free boat ramp.
Other facilities include bam- '
boo poles which can be rented Get Going; For. .

for 10 cents, all types of live
bait, fishing licenses and efficiency -
cottages, which rent for P'7p.NP'MEO:: AtYMW..l! 4,.' !' 'JSGWINC. Ob ,
$6 a day.
"We hope to have a restau-
rant soon," said manager
Gary Korpant, "and we'll spe-
cialize in turtles, gopher, and
red snapper.

Just down the road is the
Cross Creek Fishing Camp -
oldest camp in Cross Creek.
Both cottages and a trailer
;, park are available 'for guests.
Five efficiency cottages, rent-
ing at various prices, can 1. a

handle as many as 60 people. :... .,.
Visitors can bring their own
trailer or rent one at the camp. ,
Guests also their
can bring '\
own food and use the outdoor
picnic tables or have their
meals served to them in the
spacious dining '
room. '\ '
"Meals are served by ap-
pointment," said Mrs. Brown. ,
"Just tice." give us one hour's no- :i. K'ia:.

The menu includes catfish, *-
turtle stew and frog legs "whenwe
can get them," said Mrs. sr
Brown. Meals are served buf-- r A

person.fet style and cost $1.50 per 1964 FOR D -

"Children are also welcometo
come and fish from the
bank of the canal," said Mrs..

Brown.WALLY'S .
LODGE ya1A t
Just on the other side of the
canal is Wally's Cross Creek
Lodge newest of the (filer
camps. _'
Air.. conditionedefficiency
apartment rent for, $7 double.
Expecting an excellent .season -
119-!nch Wheel Base
A. D. Waller said
owner ONLY
24 Months cr: 24,000
should about
that guests give Warranty
two weeks notice when they

are planning the Cross their Creek vacation.At Lodge. Full Full Size Size Safety Com fort-

Restaurant the angler can order S 2 2 99 Air Condition

from the short order AS LO'W'd'
grill, get his fishing license,
pick up his tackle, rent cush- ,
ions for 25 cents a day and
rent a boat.

- f p Include Other facilities four picnic at the tables camp SEE SHAW & KEETER'S 50:;'E -

I., (available free 'for all guests), .
and a concrete boat ramp.
.Across the road is Sports- .' down'j
man's Haven. Hague ::Y Waldo A

Owner Ben Wheeler said he .: S:..
\ offers "most any kind of accommodation -
and not much .
J time needed for a reservation." ;" ,:& : .....;... ...
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You may as well bring the .: .;::'"
kids, too, since there is no ad- A ;
t' ditional charge for children.
The Haven GAINESVILL i t ne
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"People come here to get Archer ::;: :ifrg :''"X :HONE FR 6-5371 .
what they can't get in town,

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Olympic-Size Pool for keeping an eye on the
Magnesia And Picnicking
.', What It Costs

Crystal-clear water to drinkor ville area. Children . 35e i'
to swim in is offered by Magnesia Blue and white striped
Springs Adults 50c
Springs located about six bath houses for men and women -
miles west of Gainesville, just adjoin the pool and offer a
off the Hawthorne Highway.An special convenience for those For YourPleasure
who have to change into or out and
olympic-sized swimmingpool
of suit.
a bathing

EVERYTHING for metal, completely fence, is enclosed supplied by by a Adjacent to the pool is a sun- Party HeadquartersIn ,

drinking water in amounts up bathing deck where swimmerscan Cedar Keys
to 150,000 gallons per hour. Water really warm up for a J
"the supplying the pool is also pleasant outing. Its .
sold by the bottle in the Gaines- Visitors can bring their own ILand
food or buy snacks, lunches and M's
AT other refreshments at the snack t

JULY 4th bar, open. daily from 9 a. m. to5pm. Bar, Packzge and t

Cocktail LoungeAll
,KEYSTONEBEACH The snack bar also containsan
FirecrackerSpecials amusement center, where Your I
.. guests can try their luck on one FavoriteBrands .
M of the game machines. and (
Sheltered picnic tables are of- DrinksServed
fertX in the fence-enclosed rec-

.., reation area, especially helpful
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SWIMMINGPICNICKING Starflite New Hunting Lodge Fishing'I\\

Route 1 Box 309
90-S Hawthorne Florida-Phone 4812343State
Road 325 at Cross Creek
Most efficient outboard ever Call Us at Anytime for Reservations '
built. 90 hp V-4 with 4-barrel or Fishing Information 'I
DANCINGFOR carb and straight-in manifold.
Push-button electric shift. Serving Orange and LochlooM Lakes Sportsmen t

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SWIMMERS: Beautiful white sand beach | NEW 64's14Ft. |
crystal clear water. ;
FOR PICNICKING: Plenty of picnic tables outdoor Boston Whaler Let's Go Carefree ,
cooking, lots of shade.
FOR DANCING! : Live Land each Saturday night complete. and-

including Labor Day. -r,.
MURRAY Trailer
An ideal outing place for the entire family come -
and bring your boat and skiis too.
$129717Ft. .
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Boston Whaler
LIVING The saltwater fisherman's



MANY, MANY .' .. Big Santa Fe LakeAt

Earleton Beacrf'you feel miles away from the noise
CHOOSE FROM and dust of the city yet it's only a few minutes drive
from Downtown Gainesville. Here you can Swim
Fish, Ski or just lay in the sun for the.most restful
'tu'i USED and carefree holiday of your life. ,
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Family or Group .Picnics .
17-Ft. Fiberglass
Step-Cat Cabins Motors Boat Ramp

with Twin 60 HP Motors Fishing Pier- and Brush Pile Fishing .

and Trailer. Ski AreaSwimming

$995 Beach and Bath House

Concession Stand

18-Ft. Fiberglass Whaler
"Muirmaid" Offshore ,T ,
C ANOCTLT Fisherman.;
with factory rebuilt 468-1568
Gator Trailer.

a man's after shave,after bath cologne $550 P. o. BOX -: '-
made bottled,seared in France...$5,s8.50,s14. Flo. -r W EEKShipman's



West Shore of Big Santa Fe

TAKE ROUTES 24 or 26

DRUGS FR 2-3333 "Watch For Signs"
12 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-2558

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Gold Head Winding Trails


Slate Park Show Off NatureNo .FREE PICNIC AREA


camper can be admittedor LAUNCHING RAMP
registered into the park
What It Costs
Head Branch State t ofter 8 p.m., May 1 to September GOOD CABINS
Park, six miles north of Key- 15 or after 6:30: p.m. Sep-- Admission 50 cents per car GOOD BOATS
stone Heights on Florida 21, tember 15 to April 30. The Overnight camping $1.50per
was once a favorite spot of Indians park does not take reservations car GAS AND OIL
deer and other wild ani for camping. Arrange Boats 52 cents per hour, ,
mals. ments are made to allow registered $2.06 per day RESTAURANTMOTORS
Today the park offers an area campers and cottagersto Launching 50 cents
for families to have a nice afternoon pass through the gates after Cabins availablethe .
picnic complete with closing.
swimming an area for camp--
Cottages are available for
main is located.
use area 1
ing or just hiking through the family use only. Each of the CAN EAT TACKLE
woods. The fourteen cottages are on
nine frame cottages has an
The park, taking its name electric stove, water heater a ridge overlooking the loke. $]50CROSS BAIT
from a spring fed stream has and refrigerator. All have bath-
1,401 acres of wooded and clear- rooms. Silverware, pots, pans Supervised swimming i i is ICE
ed areas. The stream mean- and dishes are furnished with found in this "arm" of Lake
ders through the bottom of a each cottage. Campers must Johnson which has a tremendous '
ravine. Visitors driving to the furnish their own linens and CREEKFISH
for children.
shallow area
Ravine can park their cars at towels.
the top and walk to the bot- Spacious fireplaces, two double Lifeguards are on duty from
March 15 to November 1. A
tom 65 feet below. beds in the main room, CAMPBlack
refreshment is
The Ravine has nature trails and a day-bed on the screened lounge providedin
leading to a beautiful fern gar- porch are found in each cot the area.
Perch Bream
den. Remains of old dam Bass Speckled -
an tage. From March 15 to November -
and mill mark the site of an 1 rates are $38.63 per Picnic facilities with shelters 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water
old grist mill, cotton gin and week, $7.21 per day. Other charcoal grills and water
sawmill which was operated times the rates are $33.48 per are on the shores of Lake John
the waters of week son. Fishing is allowed in the
years ago on $7.21 per day.
Gold Head Branch. Arrow- The park also has five masonry four park lakes. Bass, bream
heads can often be found. cottages with open fire- and perch inhabit the water. FlSHERMENsHEADQUARTERS[
The Florida Forest Service places, two double beds in the There is no charge but a state
has numbered each different main room a bedroom with a fishing license is required for _
kind of tree in the park.: Pamphlets double bed and a sere.en e d fresh water fishing.
tell what the numbers porch. Rates are $46.35 per
mean. week March 15 to November The entire park is maintained -
The park offers campingAreas 1, $7.73 per day. The rest of and protected as a wildlife Call 481-2437 -Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla.
at the head of Lake John- the year rates are $41.20 per refuge. Educational possibilities Enjoy Our Famous Food. Fresh From The Lake
son. Restrooms, hot and old week, $7.73 per day. are centered around
State Road 324 Cross
showers laundry tubs, and hot Lake Johnson is the largest the bird and animal life geo- at
and cold water are availablefor lake in the park. A small arm logy and botany of the area. Mac & Nell McCoy-Operators
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