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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Palm Beach Ethel packs 95

: 6RY' .y Blow InG'ville TROPICAL STORM DORA mile an hour winds near her
The storm is moving
center. now
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track
syfy.{ almost on the same as
and was demoted from hurri- Dora. .

cane status after tearing into TROPICAL STORM FLORENCE -

the northeast coast of Florida -No longer being trackedby
with 115 mile an hour winds. the weather bureau since she

By NORM LaCOE Leaving tens of millions of dol- dissipated in the cold waters of
lars of in her wake The storm
Sun Staff Writer damage the north 'Atlantic.
F a' Dora was still drenching partsof formed off the west coast of Af-- ;
d Hurricane Dora, which treat- Florida and Georgia with rica and moved northward. .
ed Alachua County lightly heavy rain. Gale warnings were : .,TYPHOON SALLY Carry ;

when it passed through yesterday posted along the Florida Gulf ing winds of 95 miles an hour,
6 r s '< 4: ?u .k y' jra '' wx.'s4 : slammed in with a delayed Coast. Sally hit Hong Kong, still lit

punch of wind and torrential HURRICANE ETHEL-Moving tered with debris from Satur

"sx vZ.L rain, hurling down trees slowly westward in the At- day's Typhoon Ruby. Early reports -, i
; < and signs flooding scores of lantic about 800 miles east of indicated light casualties.; I |
homes washing out roads and
s F Ww bridges and turning fields into
'"" aola<.,;7v C WCN ) Cyr: ::.Coss tik SkHrrt"y lakes. I

#i 4 Damage may reach several
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.. :.RA .1f,% J. ,. e':150"j h 'ate '; R .:fO hundred thousand dollars. LBJ to View :. : .
d :. 'a More than eight inches of
rain fell across Gainesville in
the 36 hours since the storm

'c } :. moved Wednesday evening. I
'.h. 'zr Winds apparently unexpected j
4 .ib' : hit the county last right. Dora Damage
>t n .r sy, ka'K:9x rF,4 i a'Nan} Water flowed or seeped into

scores, possibly several hundred -
rm; r k. < a
Gainesville homes last
night and today, as creeks con- JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP-President Johnson decided -

i'ya': tinued to rise. today to take a first-hand look at the devastation .
i Several state and many coun- caused by Hurricane Dora in northeast Florida and south- J

ty roads are submerged, and east Georgia. .

......m.nmn.mm.m.__._ ...------ some are not passable. The President was scheduled to arrive in this battered : "
Posts with red ribbons are city at midafternoon make an
Troy Phillips' home at 611 NW 34th St. became endangered by backed up waters from Hogtown Creek. Crews now being used to mark dangerous on-the-ground inspection and The surprise announcement :

I worked last night building.up a dike in his back yard. Meantime water was axle deep on 34th.. St. (Sun photos by road conditions. All other then fly to Brunswick Ga., fora of Johnson's plans came as a :
Eddie Davis) /?- federal inspection team headed
warning signs and devices look at the stricken Georgia t

----_... .... have been used. coast. by Edward A. McDermott, director J. f
the Office of Emergency
of -
warned *
Motorists are to stay -*
Planning, began a tour of
off the streets or roads .or to '
be extremely careful. Not all Damage the two-state area.

wash-outs have been located The federal officials had been

and marked. Total dispatched earlier by the President
Flooding struck b1:111 sections City who Thursday declared all

of Gainesville.In sections of Georgia and Florida
the northeast, in Highland battered by Dora a major disas
Court Manor water began By CityBy ter area.

seeping early today into: scores
possibly more than a hundred, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS George E. Reedy White House !

homes according to preliminary CAPE KENNEDYFor the press secretary said congressmen ,
from the two states had
reports. second time in two weeks, the f )
Manning Myers, 1309 NE 2nd urged the President to visit the
missile base area escaped dam-
s'rrw A the dawn from badly damaged region.
St.
.e. a) a 4 i ..,$k'k 5 greeted a after brush with Hurricane.
age
lake in his home nearly 18 inches Reedy announced the trip
deep.In Space program not expected to barely an hour before Johnson's
c4 be delayed. Some signs and
., .rx.? .y.TiThwPrL: Lincoln Estates water scheduled departure.
down.
y.; : was reported seeping into about trees
Meanwhile residents cf the
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Two
25 homes from yards turned
stricken area began a massive
into lakes by rain. Two homes concrete approaches to beach
cleanup and repair job. at the
washed in six to eight
possibly more, were reported. away time ,
same watching apprehensively -
feet tall tides. Coast Guard station -
_. ._ ,...... ._..,...... ... flooded on SE 15th Street Old ) the slow approach of Hur- i
u,.: ""\" : :::;1JI ""; ""' ;; "" """"' "" +"'''' .xm< w.m- -- Kincaid Road between 24th lost 200 feet of beach to ero- ricane Ethel.It I

Place and 25th Street. sion. Power lines and trees

One house was reported dam- down, 900 telephones out of was too early to tell where I

City Fights Thousand Phones aged by flood waters on 71st service. Ethel would go but her center
Driver Hits Terrace, south of Newnans DAYTONA BEACH63 home was whirling toward the U.S.

Lake. owners reported damage, 3,000 mainland along the same path
I Water Boy on Bike- One of the most Impressive telephones knocked out. City of- taken by her late, destructive
,
Knocked Out HereRising struggles against the flood was ficials estimate over-all damage sister Dora.

waged by Troy Phillips 641 NW would reach $1 million. Airport
: Wind, Trees Tragic Finale 34th St.Phillips'. building lost 1,000 square feet of Dora limped weakly, but wet,

ground water affecting Cedar Key and Yankeetownwere home protected bya roof. Rainfall for 48 hours: 8.58 westward through the Florida I
By JEAN CARVER BRADENTON (AP) A 12- underground cables knocked out lost early last night he dike stands two or three be- inches. Panhandle her fury spent in an
year-old boy was struck Thurs- of destruction along the At-
Sun Staff Writer said. Service to these towns low the level of flooded H o g- orgy I ,
day while riding a bicycle with about 1,000 telephones in Gaines- FLAGLER BEACH-Half of lantic shore and a slow trek I
be this
I restored afternoon.
Creek.
may town
Surprised city officials were schoolmates. The car did not ville this morning.Bob 845 foot municipal pier washed across the inland pinelar.ds.Preliminary .
dispatching cleanup crews to stop. Coleman said that consideringthe Four firemen volunteer help away. Wind and tides undercut ,
Coleman district and neighbors spaded and dug estimates
flooded and tree crossed managerfor severity of Hurricane Dora sections of ocean route AlA. put
i After the accident in nearby Southern Bell said many of beginning about noon yester- Trees and lines damage in the tens of millions I
steeets today as Hurricane Dora damage to telephone plants in signs power
"f i Samoset authorities sealed off these probably will not have day, raising the level of the of dollars. But because of early
Florida
down.
card of
left a calling lingering was relatively light.
winds and rain squalls. the community and began a service restored until Saturday, He said that out of 143,000 dike around Phillips' house. ST. AUGUSTINE Severe warnings and preparation including
house-to-house search for the "although every effort to restore Phillips' said today he almost erosion streets large-scale coastal evacuations -
beach
telephones in the Jacksonvi lie flooding ,
City Manager Bill Green said driver of the car. these lines is being made." lost the house this morn- there were no deaths
area including the beaches only closed. Heavy water damage.
,11 this morning the intensity of the
when water attributable
ing, began coming directly to the.
t squalls surprised officials late Sheriff J. Kenneth Gross said Every telephone in Gainesville 26,500 were put out of order. through the dike. He thinkshe only emergency telephone calls storm. __

yesterday as the post storm Wilson Thomas Turner 37, was is served, at least partially However, damage to long distance can save it, with more vol- put through, most power lines _
found hiding in the attic of down. Dora lost her strength duringa
damage outdid the harm done his by underground cables. Coleman lines was heavy. Over unteer help.
by the advancing hurricane. house. said the cables are under 1,000 telephone poles are knownto Town and Country Trailer ATLANTIC BEACH Damage rainy trek across northern

"The high winds between 6 Turner's car was in front of air pressure which helps keep be down and a. good portionof Park, Archer Rd., reported estimated at $3.5 million. Fish- Florida and was downgraded to
the water from seeping into ing pier washed away, heavy a tropical storm with peak_ I
and 8 p.m. completely staggered his house, said Gross. "The en- them affect long distance. waist-deep water in some
+ Walls of 57 old winds estimated at 60 miles
:) us," Assistant Utilities Director gine was still warm and there them. service. sections, flooding many trail- flooding. year per-
auto to hour. Dora was expected eo-
hotel
collapsed
Bob Roundtree said this were damage marks on the Other details were not ramps
"If it weren't for this air More than 100 telephone repairmen ers.
body. We found Turner in beach badly undermined. Beach continue moving west, wIth
information hiding
morning. "All our pressure many more phones from South Florida already available. "
perhaps a slight turn to the
-: led us to believe the worst was his attic. would be out of order at this are on the scene at St. Flooding also threatened one erosion. north and
1 over." Gross said schoolmates riding time," he said.Yesferday Augustine Jacksonville, and Pa- or two homes at Clear Lake. JACKSONVILLEHomes un- gradually wear_

He said that during one three- with the boy identified the car. latka, Coleman said. (See CITY on Page 2) (See DAMAGE on Page 2)) (See DORA on Page 2)) .:::.
1 Turner was charged with run- a record 24,000
minute between 6 and 8
period ning over the boy and with long distance calls were placed
i 11 pin:: reports of 20 fallen trees leaving the scene of the acci- from Gainesville, Coleman said. :

t 1 were Operation recorded Center.at the Utilities dent."When he was told it was his "Almost everyone is home and What Next in Viet Nam? : I\1 1By

ij Roundtree said the center re- son, he broke down," Gross that accounts" for the high calling -
lied .on weather reports from rate, he added.

1 the FAA and radio stations. said.The boy, Randal, died. The high calling rate slows JOHN M. fflGHTOWER Taylor, who left Washington purposes, according to reports cally powerful Buddhists, the
See FLOODS WASHINGTON (AP) Top Thursday night to return to coming out of the sessions at the Catholics and the military. -
( on Page 2)) down dial service, Coleman said.
Ii Telephone communications to U.S. officials say they believe it Saigon, said he is sure the South White House and State Department The other objective on whicha
i may become possible to negotiate Vietnamese struggle "will end is the formation of a start is expected in the immediate .-

i! an end to the war in South victoriously from our point of stable South Vietnamese government future is a clean-up of
Sun Had 'Troubles'The .
Viet Nam, but only after Red view. in Saigon as quickly as Communist guerrilla forces in
China and North Viet Nam are But he declined to speculateon possible. the four provinces immediatelyaround
..' squally skirts of Hurricane Dora have made activity difficult 'WHERETO convinced they are backing a when it would end and he Taylor is understood to have Saigon.
: for many Gainesville residents the last few days, and delivery losing aggression. said this is not the time to talk reported to President Johnson Officials said Taylor had :

I r of The Sun certainly has been no exception. The publisher and FIND IT Whether the anti-Communist about negotiations.When and others here that U.S.- received assurances from Pre- I
editors ,of 'the paper wish to express appreciation to subscribers fighting will have to be expanded asked if there had been backed Premier Nguyen Khanh mier Khanh that he intended to

or/your patience and understanding of the situation. Comics . . 15 beyond the borders of South any discussion in the confer- has come to be regarded even go forward with the operation .

'' :In addition to you our readers we particularly wish to thank Classified 15-21 Viet ,Nam before that result is ences this week about an armis- by his political foes in Saigon as without delay, even during the

the men; women and boys who deliver the paper. On a day when .. Entertainment 14 achieved is one of the questionsleft tice with the Reds, Taylor an almost indispensable man at government reorganization.In .

rain and wind indeed cancelled mail deliveries, The Sun carriers Obituaries . 2 open following the consulta- replied "absolutely not." the moment. discussing the larger ant
roadetheir appointed rounds and do so today, through inundated .Opinion Page 4 tions here this week of Ambas- The sessions confirmed two Taylor feels he is the one man long-range aspects of the South -

streets.and on sometimes impassable roads. Sports . 11, 12 sador Maxwell D. Taylor with immediate major objectives in who has broad support among Vietnamese conflict official
Women's . 6 President Johnson and other South Vietnamese policy. major elements of the Vietnamese said, Taylor expressed the view
:'v..e'feel it is a Job well done. U.s. Dolicv makers. The most important of these peculation including ooliti- (See VIET NAM en Page 2)

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herself.... out. : "thinly populated northern C D See latest advisory that it would not be won by

Gales lashed the stat;.<*apitaloCTallahassee l Florida, for hours during the Tropical Storm Dora. Most- >\ N military means alone.In 1
ly cloudy with occasional rain L Cr4e effect he ruled out pros-
: and oer'parts night, but ,little, damage was
and rather pects for a solely victory
windy through military -
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eported other than 4 cs
minor
Saturday. Low tonight 70s, over the guerrilla forces 7 :

: SJore About. { flooding.0'. .* Saturday 78 to 84. Southeastand supported directly by North VietNam

j t t. Highest windsTec.rded south 20'to 30 mile winds. and at least indirectly by
inland
: > .dM1r% Ma1
\ Small craft should stay in I Red China.
=. City were less than SO.in.p.h. \

....,, '...... Ethel, a rsmall storm with a00milespread port.A Hk But he thought, and other
". of gales and Su latest advisory and Bulletin officials apparently agreed, that
l From ''PaO'::? peak winds"Of 91:) m.p.h., scattered on Dora.squalls Cloudy and with locally showers h eavy and support of the guerrillas is

: illi churned westward from a spot ing rain tonight.this afternoon Mostly gradually cloudy with diminish scat imposing a heavy burden on
about 800 miles east of Palm tered showers Saturday. Lowest tonight Communist North Viet Nam and
32De or two homes were flood- Beach. 72 to 78. Highest Saturday 80 to 85. .,,. this is certain to heavieras
B grow
e-en NW 10th Ave. See latest advisory Tropical
Storm Dora. Gale warnings continuedon the contest continues.At .
3Cnds, reaching g rea test "It's a good three days coast. Cloudy with moderate to
away, heavy rain and some scattered squalls I
intensity! early this morning, even if it should iraintain its through Saturday. Low tonight its high GAINESVILLE WEATHER some point the leadership
hut led down 60 foot and Saturday 76 to 82. Small craft should of North Viet Nam
a pine present course, said tfcief remain in safe harber.E Taylor
damaged the roof of Harold forecaster Gordon Dunn. Storm-Dora.See latest Gale warning advisory displayed Tropical Municipal Airport read- believes, will very liKely be .

Johnson's house, 1528 NE 13th "We're not making any predictions Sarasota northward. Cloudy and windy ings for 24 hour period to faced with a choice whether to ;4 .
SL The wind also flattened the at this point." with day. occasional Low tonight rain in through mld-ups. Satur.High 8 a.m. today: High 88 at cut its losses in South Viet Namor -..

Johnson television antenna. Saturday 80 to 85. Southwesterly 20 to 3 p.m., low 71 at midnight.No to take an increasingly grave ;. .I
35 mile winds in
high scattered
squalls.
oak Although power was still rain. risk of its own economic col-
falling tree damaged Small craft should stay In port. -
thZSarport: at 610 NW 34th St. largely out, Jacksonville, St. ALMANAC lapse. Work crews from the city, county and state road departments dug this ditchto

The--John C. Soderstrum fam- Augustine and Brunswick Sunset today ................ 6:43 p.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE relieve swollen backwaters of Hogtown Creek threatening homes on Nojth-. _
pitched into ........... This risk would obviously be I
a monumental Sunrise: tomorrow 6:10 a.m.
iljv2015 NW 12th St., was awak-. Moonset tonight .............. 1:35 p.m. High Low Prtcp. increased if the United States west 34th St. (Sun photo by Eddie Dads) 1
:
eflSl about 4 a.m. by a large repair and cleanup job. First Quarter ............... Sept. 13 Jacksonville Miami 89 80 77 76 .16.42 decided to put on additional I
PROMINENT STAR .
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83 81 .45
tree which crashed downon Tampa -
pine II More than 30,000 persons who Spica. below the Moon. Atlanta 85 73 pressures by expanding military

the house. spent two nights on the hard Altair Arcturus high well In above south .the....Moon.... 9:06 p.m. New Boston Orleans 91 74 72 66 operations beyond the bordersof County i
J>Vind also ripped away alight floors of churches, schools and Aldebaran rises ......_... 11:33 p.m. Washington New York 91 87 74 67 South Viet Nam and launch-

weight metal canopy on. armories in Georgia, Florida CEDAR KEY TIDES Chicago 94 58 .21 ng air strikes against targets in
a5ervice: station on U. S. 441 and South Carolina returned to Saturday High at 4:25 a.m. and 6:11' Kansas Denver City 89 72 57 52 .59.03 the north. The North Vietnamese Towns
twisting it their p.m. Low at 11:35 a.m. and 11:08 p.m. Ft. Worth 97 73
norm of Micanopy, homes. have
had demon-
already a
p.m. Low at 12:37 p.m. and 11.-M p.m. Los Angeles 83. 65
otf-and hurling it down.Tffanv Seattle 71 53 stration of the destructive effects -
trees and limbs clut- Some had no homes left. of such operations in the

ted roads and streets, but fourteen houses north of St. I 5 Day ForecastRainfall I attacks which -were made on b At Not HurtMost

maintenance crews have that Augustine were demolished. The patrol boat bases in August. .

problem under control. I huge tides and driving waves is expected to aver south portion and two to five Secretary of State Dean Rusk .

:The State Road Department I cut the land from under them age one to two inches in the degrees below normal in the told a news conference Thurs- : : Alachua County t o sand

said six major highways are' and they washed away. extreme north part of the state north. Departure from normal day that talks now under way in cities came through Hurricane I

fteeded, including State Road 26 However, considering Dora's and one-hall inch in the central will be mainly in the daytime. Paris among Communist and t. Dora fairly well, except
\\Ech may have to be closed. massive reach, structural damage and south sections during the high temperatures which aver! non-Communist leaders in Laos 1 for Gainesville which reported

Sft-26 links Gainesville to Or- was relatively light. five-day period ending Thurs age from 87 to 91. Lows average II might give some indication of widespread flooding. .' ;

.:. Heights and Melrose. The day. Local amounts will vary in the 70s. No importantday the intentions of Red China in ; Communications t r o u bl, J-

brtttge:!! across Hatchett Creek The worst destruction was considerably. Temperatures will to day changes were fore I North Viet Nam about continuing t plagued several areas. All re.. I

we*' reported battered by flood caused by flood waters. Theyran average about normal in the cast. I their aggression in Southeast %1 *. ported trees blown down by .

currents. waist deep in the streets ofSt. Asia. I wind, as well as power and ;

-Water was running over SR 26 Augustine during high tide.Florida's phone lines.Hawthorne. jl
"If there are no indications -
i in. several places, over Monteo- Dora lifted -the'-
'I valuable citrus Dora that Hanoi and
Peiping are
Sidelights ,
cjra Road, over a short stretch crop r' l :' roof of the Texan Restaurant t
which escaped with little wind prepared to leave their neigh
of-SR 200A near Island Grove, early yesterday, worst damageinflicted
damage, was menaced by the bors to the south alone," Rusk I e16A
Oiier r a section Millhopper Rd. in the community. John-
torrential rains. Standing water JACKSONVILLE (AP}-Three c:rete bridge itself was indam-said, "then we know pretty
((43rd St.) north of Pine Grove Taylor, vice president of the
dEurch, and over Williston Cutoff can rot the roots of young trees een-age boys used Hurricane ,ged. It was completed two clearly that they have not yet Bnnk of Hawthorne, said damage .;
within a few days. Dora's winds for a joy ride come to that decision which ""
near U.S. 441. Part of 34th years ago to replace an old otherwise has been lig'fit.! :
they must ultimately reach to
Thursday.
Street also is flooded, and Tons of leaves, limbs, shin. ;wooden structure.JACKSONVILLE. leave their neighbors alone and Archer Many old oak trees

Gainesville city officials have gles, signs, awnings, antennas, Then 17-year-old Robert Glover we will have to from were hurled down by Dora's
dosed a section in 600 block tiles, glass, wires, poles and slipped and the game was there." go on 4 ...* .j-_ ... d,41. winds. Mrs. Earl Fowler! Few-
AP-Thom-I
tfW.Roy trees littered streets. over. It took 40 stitches to close ( ) "But I don't see any piospects I ler's Service-Station-sakfthat! ..

Miller county engineer, Majestic old oaks that cuts on his face. ,.as Bostwick, superintendent of: for fruitful negotiations on VietNam ,. ;. :: damage lths "b ezi fairly ligEt
lined
J slid the county roads were in The game they were playing except for this.
for the electric at the present time, be- ,
with culverts the streets of St. Augustine for with I production city Waldo! Martin
bId] condition, bridges, involved taking turns a cause have indication f Bobby; ,
we no
\ and roads washed out. Palms decades lay on their sides. parachute, letting the wind pull :will department be restored, promised as quickly service as I that the other side is prepared. Beggs Gulf Service Stati-cn-- ,;

'We've run completely out were scattered like them across a hilly, sandy area. .possible."I I. to stop its illegal aggression ported flooding and :wlhdC dam '
barricade; signs, we've run toothpicks. age. The station's front window '
against a neighbor, he added. <
completely out of any kind of Damage to the roads in Duval JACKSONVILLE (AP-News imagine about 150,000 customers Former Ambassador Henry --. -. : .. ..... was blown out by the.storm. .and :
dangerous condition signs. What County, which is metropolitan of Hurricane Dora took a back are impatient," Bost Cabot Lodge, Taylor's predecessor water was standing' in the -station -

: we're doing now, we're standingposts Jacksonville, was estimated at seat for a while at Mayport Naval wick said. "I don't blame them.. in Saigon, reported to President Hurricane Dora's waters seeped in everywhere, at noon. The station is on

up in the road and tying $5 million. Stretches of U.S. AlA Station when a Navy wife I don't have any lights at my Johnson Thursday on a including Fireman Tom Holden's boots. (Sun photo U. S! 301. Other.buildings may 'I

red reflective ribbon around the highway that parallels evacuee gave birth to a son house either." tour of Europe where he conferred by Eddie Davis) have been damaged

tEem." bur 't:; the Atlantic all the way' down Thursday.Mrs. with allied government Alachua City Manager,

:Miller asked motorists stay the coast, was under water. In Elaine Barcigalupia and More AioutDamage leaders on recent developmentsin More George Duke said no reads or

oil county roads. places it was ripped away. the baby, delivered in the May- Viet Nam. Lodge said: Johnson homes were under water, although

::.'They are dangerous," he port dispensary, were later was pleased to hear that AboutFloods yards are flooded. Utilities -
said. Dora gave Jacksonville and transferred to the hospital at nine or 10 more friendly nationsare damage is being repaired.

"Road damage will be between St. Augustine their worst beat Jacksonville Naval Air Station planning to give nonmili- Micanopy Power failed in

$"5,000 and $60,000, Miller esti ings from a hurricane in this 20 miles away. tary help to South Viet Nam. some sections last night and to-

mated. He said it is too soon century. I Such aid is now bing given From Page 1 day for 12 hours or more. Trees f

tEreally tell.flainfall GREEN COVE SPRINGS From Page 1 by the United States, Britain, and wires blew down, accord-
It the in
worst 20
was "In the it
years long run doesn'treaJIy
went well over eight, for Brunswick (AP-Shands Bridge over the C-7 Australia, New Zealand and Roundtree said power lines ing to C. D. Sherouse, service
Sclies in some parts of the citybvmid a resort city 60 St. Johns River here was closedto roofed, streets flooded, power France. make any difference," are four to five feet deep in station manager. Phone lines
miles
; morning.The north of here. The pound., traffic because of Hurricane lines, poles and trees tangled. Roundtree said, "But we were water but crews will attemptto were in trouble for several
ing sea and 85 m.p.h. winds collapsed -, really taken by surprise." into the
f ... FAA Station reported 7.8ijghes Dora. Most power out. Debris litters < Miittutit get areas this after- hours.
of rain during Dora, the several homes and dam. Waves. undermined a 12-foot streets. Main street bridge "We escaped severe damage noon and repair the power New berry The community
: aged a handful of motels.
Gainesville power plant 8.4 section of the approach on the closed by flooding. Store windows with mostly fallen trees, limbs lines. fared well, reported Newbern ,

leches:: and Keith Butson, UF) Thousands returned to their St. Johns County side of the out. Damage estimates in JESSE SULLIVAN and high water," the city man, Although the sewage plant reported -Summerlin, president of the

cKmstologist had 8.05 inches. beach and island homes in bridge and officials decided it millions. County road repairs STARKE Jesse Homes Sullivan ager said. "Although we were twice the normal flowof Bank of Newberry. Scattered

Rains were expected to confjnne .. South Carolina, where damagewas wasn't safe. alone run $5 million. 76-year-old Brooker car looking for big rains last night, water because of the water power failures occurred, but no ;

during the day. slight.on The one and one-half mile con- rier for the Gainesville Sun, we weren't anticipating such drainage into sewer lines, flooding. Trees blew down. Communications f
PALATKA Some highways such winds. Roundtree said the infiltrationis in
died Wednesday morning at a heavy rains or high were trouble.
closed, flooding, trees uprooted. Starke hospital after a biief ill For awhile we thought the not expected to cause any Melrose Homes along I
Citrus lost to wind and limb ness. ,storm had turned back on us." trouble in the sewer system. Lake Santa Fe were damagedby

While Dora Dished It Out breakage. Lower grade on tan Services will be Saturday at I More than 80 utility department The utilities assistant aid trees blown down. Francis
that: while the
gerines due to scarring. 3 p.m. at the Antioch Baptist members continued power line dam Chiappini, service station owner
crew '
Church near LaCrosse. Rev. L. age was the greatest, the department said State Road 26 is washed -
LAKELANDCitrus well into the second day of
grower L. Parker will officiate with burial had no plans to ask out near the school, and
;So Did City's Restaurantsis organization says primary following in Antioch Cem-.round-the-clock duty tours repairing -for any emergency funds. school buses were diverted to
broken lines and
be
loss will
storm scar damage. power "We have experienced nothing -other roads. C. A. Ford's Grocery
/ Accumulated water rot etery. washed out water mains.
may that
the approaches a disaster Store was isolated by Water
Formerly employed by
,, = By GRACE KNIGHT the shopping plaza and very could not get to work. roots in some areas, but no appreciable -University of Florida, Mr Sullivan -i Roundtree said two water ," Roundtree explained.He and closed. Only about half
winds few be damage in Highlands, mains on northeast and south did admit one possibly the students came to
Dora's hurrkane people are to seen" "Most of our customers today was a Sun carrier in the ser school.
swept customers off the streets ,said Mason. have been local people" sale d Hardee, Polk, Pasco, Hillsbor-LaCrosse, Santa Fe and Brook east 15th Street washed out at ious repercussion to the utilities Flooding is widespread, although -

223 highways but it was busi- Mrs. Edith Bevis, head waitress Mrs. Allen. ough, Pinellas and Orange er area for the last eight .11 a.m. Thursday and have department from the few buildings had water

ness as usual for most Gainesville at Aunt Jemima's Kitchen University of Florida food counties citrus areas. years. He was a lifetime icsi- been repaired. storm: inside.

.11 restaurants. 1614 NW 13th St. said that services are prepared to operate TITUSVILLE Some phonesout dent of Alachua County before Power failures were concentrated "Mayor McKinney had his High Springs Five inchesof

After taping the windowsaeinst I Wednesday was a very busy on a full scale for 10 days fallen power lines, but overall -moving to Brooker in 1956 and in the Newnan's Lake, power out" probably as long as rain have fallen since the

wind damage and lay- day. "People from Daytona I if more emergencies arise, damage from Dora less was a member of the Baptist Black Acres and northwest anybody. storm moved in. Damage has

E in a supply of candles, I and St. Augustine stopped hereto said Guy Welborn, director of than from Cleo. Ten per cent of Church and World War I veter Gainesville areas. Although he was still assessing been light, with only trees and
bong's Cafeteria at 313 W. UnivS5ity -. eat when they were running food services. The Black Acres area in, the storm's damage here, limbs blown down, said City !
: lost 2 to 3 cent
grapefruit per
Avenue was ready toiroet I away from the hurricane" she an.Survivors include his widow, northwest Gainesville east of Green said there was no ques- Clerk Lou Clotier. :
the emergency of Hurricane "All our usual services are of oranges destroyed. Beatrice Willis Sullivan; two 34th Avenue suffered the long tion about extensive damagefrom j

Dora. I said.Very few travelers were on operating except one. Becauseof FORT PIERCE -Tides sweptoff daughters, Mrs. Leona Tate, est power failure with one' to high water to a number of Livestock 1-

: We cook with gas, so we the[ highway on Thursday and the large amount of glass in 10 to 12 feet of beach. Rainfall Gainesville; and Mrs. J can e three hours of interrupted serv- city streets, mostly in northeastand

are able to serve hot food even lunch business was slow. "We the Service Center we did not light, but some power fail Allen, Los Angeles, Calif.; three ice.Two northwest Gainesville. MarketA : '

1 Giough the power may be off"sntd opened at six o'clock as usual open it during the storm. But ure. Wind leveled new concrete sons, J. W. and Herbert, both small areas-Holy! For Greatest damage from rising

Mrs. Sue Long yesterday. and had a fair number of additional service was carriedout and steel sign at courthouse. of Gainesville; and Jerry, est in southwest Gainesvilleand water has come from Hogtow n good, steady to strong mar .

Zin: the twelve years since people come in for breakfastsome -; in supplying food to evacuated Brooker, 10 stepchildren; a'' an area just north of Black Creek's overflow, which inun- ket was reported this week at i
havenever insurance students who were sheltered FERNANDINA BEACH brother Toledo Ohio dated roads in the Black Acres the Gainesville Livestock
JEDg's was founded, they men, some power Logan, ; Acres-were still without power Market
a closed in an emergency. and telephone workers, anda i in the Florida Gym and in Damage estimated upwards of and 27 grandchildren. this morning.Willistoii. residential area near 34th Ave as 1,466 head of-cattle and

; -:;We feel an obligation to remain few students. But no tourists"! the Florida Union Building." $1.2 million. Houses off foundations DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 1 nue.The calves were sold. The Federali!

J I open in storms. We proS3e said Mrs. Bevis. : Doors were opened between streets broken up, beach Home of Starke is in charge of creek left its banks at State Market News Service reported -.

: a low-cost service. Many Rex Tackett, manager of Ken. the Union Building and the Cafeteria .:: flooded and most homes evac- arrangements.World Entry 34th Avenue and W. University : all slaughter cattle <

jrf our patrons are men on duty tucky Fried Chicken, 214 NW so that refugee mothers uated. I In Avenue and the intersection still steady to strong at the sale-

with the telephone company 13th St., said that bus in e s s could bring their babies in to TALLAHASSEE Florida's consumption of paper I UF ContestCarolyn resembled a large lake late this :Monday, although there was.not

2fid the police force, and in Thursday was better than usuaL get hot food without going outdoors capital buttoned up tight but deteriorating -over the past 10 years has. morning, Green said. !a full representation of ail
emergencies they depend onus "We're getting a lot of into the high wind and storm brushed by grown from 58 million tons to 97 McDonell, 20, daughter The 600 block of 34th Streetwas I grades. -

?;!* Mrs. Long said. I phone orders. One was for 29 rain. winds of 50 m.p.h. a million tons. of Mrs. C. G. McDonell, Wil closed because of the rising All stocker cattle.w r steady
I with peak liston, will compete in the Homecoming
to ... .
creek
waters. strong.
at 2310 SW box lunches for working
,
Restaurant people "Our
1 Jerry's: staff of nearly 400 persons few lines, trees down. Otherwise Sweetheart
13th Street was closed at 11tm at the City Hall," he said. I is divided in two shifts,I'. virtually no damage. Similar -! :the of Florida contest at Since last night, city crews At Tuesday's "hog"saTeT>u tcT:
University Sat
Wednesday and boarded -! "Our staff of eight people all moved than 50 trees from er grades were.about-steady!
:; on and nearly all were able to reports at Live Oak, Lake I! Gainesville Sun more
t urday.
: up to protect the windows. managed to get here, and we come to work. We sent trucks Perry and Bran-: I across the streets, the -city with;.last weefciGood. (eeder pig
i against the storm. It opened expect to be busy with deliveries -around to City, Mayo, Published evenings except i I A UF senior. Miss McDonell manager said. sold for upto- $%1.75.- Volume-;
pick some. By
up ; ford all north Florida cities.
i for a few hours in the evening,: this afternoon. We send working long hours and BRUNSWICK, GA. Buildings I, Saturday by the and Gainesville Sunday mOrnings Pub-- :is sponsored by her sorority, He emphasized that the only :was light, with only 303 hearf
and remain orders by car in the university Zeta Tau Alpha. .selling, compared to 391 t h .
hen closed again switching jobs, we have been unroofed, phone and pow-i! lishing Company at 101 SE I downed trees the city will remove e
ed.closed most of Thursday. II section" said Tackett. giving normal service" saic d er lines toppled, 2,000 fled from' 2nd Place. Gainesville. FloricJ.;. A 1961 Williston High School are those that cross power I:week before. h _" -
serve 1,000 to 15PO ,- Mrs. Gene R. Allen, wife of and entered os second class graduate, Carolyn Cattle prices Monday:
: .usually we Welborn. matter the was a member lines or city streets. Green :
Jekyll, St. Simons and Sea Is- et Post Orfice d. I
Stocker
people here in a day, and the manager of Bus Terminal Normally, 20,000 to 25,00 lands. Picnic area at Jekyll Is-'I Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION : of the school band, a cheer explained that the city has no Good. steers and heifers -:
I and
we ,have a staff of over 40 people -Restaurant, 527 W. University meals are served each day by land partially torn away. Residents RATES BY !leader and secretary of the Student .I II authority to remove trees from choice, $18.5030.25-: !
," said Bill Terry, manager -Avenue said that business was the University Food Services; t CARRIER OR MAIL Council. private property. medium $13 18; common Ill i
asked to keep off streets
I good at : 1 14.75; Inferior,.$8 =.l2. ._. _
unusually Thursday and in addition uncounted Week .45 :. :
i 1 ::Clarence Mason, manager of breakfast time, but tapered off snacks and of coffee. until power lines cleared. U. S., 3 Mot. $5.85All I After a night of handling reports Cows Utility, $12.75 14.75-
cups of fallen Green said
closed from Brunswick trees,
17 to The Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation cutters .
$11
13
.
Cafeteria 1212 N. later. Two buses came in from ; stackers
1 gark Lane "We store a large supply of Florida line.SAVANNAH, mail subscriptions mus he was nearly the victim of a $14.50. .... --.J0
said Lake and then bus be paid in advance. Program says covering :
Street Thursday
Main on City, sen'ice canned meats and other foodsin l
fallen tree NW 37th Dr. last
Chat only about half of the staff was stopped. Greyhound buses preparation for emergencies. GA.Polling Circulation.Member of Audit Bureau of I up an alcoholic's drinking night as he on drove home. standard Calves Good. $16.50.20.25:

were able to report for work. were not running. On Wednesday we stored wa- lists at Savannah Beach carried An material contained tier.',,' Is I! generally complicates the $14 '18;: utility, $13--
the staff who the property of trIt Gainesville problem; the alcoholic will us- The city manager said he will 15.75; stackers $11 _
:2But? only a few customers Some of workon ter, brought in gasoline lanterns 15 miles to Savannah duringDora's Publishing Company. ( 20.25.
c) 1944. ;
I ually not seek help until he is compile a detailed report ofDora's Bulls
ha.ve come In for lunch. OnlyM three shifts to keep the restaurant and cook stoves in case pounding. Conditions Reproduction in whole or In part UtilItY$15 16.25;
gen-1 Is strictly forbidden without the allowed to suffer the the first of '
damage part cutters .
$13
< IT. two stores were open open on a 24 hour bas- of need" Welborn said. erally same as those in written pern..;slon ef the publisher. of his drinking."l consequences next week. $11.50 1525. 15.25: stockcrs

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Jj&abodyTJpset: Baker Probe to Be Reopened -




WASHINGTON '(AP) The ,former secretary to the Senate's Williams made his payoff T
Senate Rules Committee had the Democratic majority. The charge in a Senate speech.He INIT
But GOP
politically charged Bobby Baker Expects committee submitted a report said that McCloskey had
In Mass. case back in its lap today finding him "guilty of many made a $35,000 overpayment to i1ARKETMIrir
over Republican protests that i 'Another Whitewash'was gross improprieties." Don B. Reynolds, a local insurance '
"another whitewash" had been When questioned about how agent with whom Baker

BOSTON (AP)"- In a smash- decreed by Democratic leaders. he built up a claimed fortune of was associated, on a performance -
The latest flareup of partisan I. over $2 million while in his $19- bond for building the
Ing upset, Lt. Gov. Francis X. wrangling over the Baker case I sparked by rival proposalsfor Senate Government Operations 600-a-year Senate post, Baker District of Columbia stadium. wA.c.rsI

.t Bellotti, father of 12, wrested investigating alleged$35- Committee or a recently author- invoked 5th Amendment protec- Williams quoted Reynolds as
the Democratic nomination for i 000 political payoff by Mathew ized bipartisan committee on tion against possible self-incri- telling him that $25,000 of this I

governor from the incumbent, Wirtz Sees McCloskey, Philadelphia con- standards and ethics. ruination and refused to testify. was channeled through Baker to b:.
tractor and former ambassadorto The 'burst into the head- the
Gov. Endicott Peabody, in case Kennedy-Johnson campaignfund
The first of.these
No Of Ireland. proposalswas lines last week when in 1960.
Thursday's Massachusetts Hope beaten, 50-37, on an almost anew L OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!
primary. I The Democratic leadershipwon straight party-line vote, and the! '
FEC PactMIAMI adoption of a resolution second by a 45-38 tally.Then the [.AIR .CONDITIONING1 NEW LOW PRICES
Bellotti's victory means that directing the Rules Committeeto Senate voted 75-3 to turn the
for the first time in Massachusetts BEACH (AP-5ecreJ) .reopen the Baker probe and investigation over to the Rules PAAkCall us for quick efficient air conditionIng PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
to I fc I or heater service. GAINESVILLE
history both major parties tary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz I give "particular emphasis"to Committee 1% Trained and experienced STORES
will be backing sons of Italian says the Florida East Coast the payoff.charge leveled by Two months amid Re- Radio dispatched trucks service men 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave.
Sen. John ago 3725 W. Umv. Ave.
J. Williams, R-DeL Reasonable rates 24 Hour service 3809 E. Univ. Ave.
immigrants for the state's Railway strike is in a stalemate publican cries of whitewash, the Service on all makes of equipment 2809 NW 6th SK 4205 NW lh
Blvd.
highest office. and there is no present I Williams led an unsuccessfulGOP committee closed out its investi-I ALL AMERICAN 4105 NW 13th St.
hope for settlement. I drive to have the investi- gation into the outside financialand Ph. 376-8268 HEATING fir AIRCONDITIONING ALACHUA Corner 1st St. &441
Former Gov. John A. Volpe, "The absolutely unjustifiable.gation handled either by the business dealings of Baker,I L CO. HIGH SPRINGS: 3rd Aye. NW yMaia
who lost the office to Peabodytwo violence on one hand and the WILLISTON: 710 E. Noble Are
refusal to compromise on the
years ago by a 5,000 vote other is for the difficulty I
responsible BRAND ALL BRANDS _
NEW MODEL King Size
margin in a total poll of more ," Wirtz told a news conference :
Filters
than 2 million, was unopposedfor here Thursday."One Regulars

the Republican nomination.The side says yes and the
latest count of the returns other says no and neither will 11t 3 'MOUs CIGARETTESCarton .
from 1,891 of 2,003 precinctsgave bend," Wirtz said. JUST ARRIVED!
Five FEC trains have been dy .
Bellotti 348,165 and Peabo- namited. The railroad claims its

dy 319,802.In equipment has been sabotagedmore
than 250 times since the
entering the primary $269GOLDEN
strike began in January, 1963.
against Peabody, the nominee A dozen mediation efforts FOR
battled the major leaders of the have failed. The company has
state Democratic party, includ rejected arbitration. A presi
ing Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, dential emergency board met LIMITED .
D-Mass., who from his hospital late in 1963 and recommended
bed issued a strong endorsement the FEC sign the national rail RIPE
for Peabody. road-pattern contract. The FEC TIME
refused. I '
Kennedy, his back broken in a I BANANAS10c
plane crash last June, was Management has said the
strike is over and the 11 non- ONLY!
unopposed for nomination for a
full six year term in the Senate: operating unions say they may

seat once held by his brother, win yet.
the late President John F. The FEC resumed freight ser- LB. -.. E
Kennedy. ice shortly after the walkout be-

I gan. Its last quarterly report
Bellotti, 41, rebounded froma showed the largest net operating -
fN/O/RI.GIEI/ / ] Automatic WasherMULTICYCLE
crushing State defeat Convention at the Democratic last- years.income Passenger in the service past was five FULL HALF QUART .j

June.,Peabody won the conven not resumed the FEC said, be-
: tion endorsement by a margin of cause possible sabotage constituted TOPPCOLA 1"
better than 3 to 1. a danger.. S



Britain Bolsters WASHING

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!' Far East Fleet i. 3 1t FULLY PROVIDES AUTOMATIC CHOICE OF 6 CARTON BOTTLE 39c


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1. WASHING OPERATIONS
PLUS
DEPOSIT
I. SINGAPORE (AP) Britain tons had been moved.to Aden as I FOR ALL FABRICS!
dispatched four warships from part of the buildup. Apparentlythey
fr
.the Mediterranean to Singapore were being brought closer BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
today to bolster its Far East to Singapore for quicker transfer -I
Fleet guarding Malaysiaagainst : if needed. '
Indonesia.A Britain is pledged to defend I 1'
Royal Navy spokesman said the year-old Malaysian Federa
the two frigates and two des- tion of Malaya, Singapore,
troyers should arrive within a North Borneo and Sarawak 5 FRESH WATER RINSES!
week. He said they were or- which Indonesia has vowed to r L9p BOTTLE
Ty.
dered here "obviously due to destroy. I 6 CARTON .89c
the deteriorating situation in Indonesia, which has landed
Southeast.Asia." and
troops dropped paratroop PLUS DEPOSIT
The order to strengthen the ers on the Malayan Peninsula in ,
sea force followed the airlift to recent weeks, claims the feder- # a. x y
Singapore Thursday of a 500- ation is a device to preserve BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
man antiaircraft regiment from British rule in Southeast Asia.
British forces in Germany.The The United States urged the

British Defense ,Ministry U.N. Security Council Thursdayto .
also disclosed that four Vulcan call on Indonesia to stop
bombers, three Canberra photo- armed attacks on MaIaysia'and '
I reconnaissance planes and two establish conditions for negotiation I.
long-range sea patrol Shackle- of their differences. I FULL $1 00

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I Bids Now Being AcceptedTo i : 4 EXTRA PLUMBING

,,. NEEDED! PLUS DEPOSIT

Buy Old Post Office

;. THIS WASHER CAN BI
:
I What, does It take to qualifyas play the GSA letter in the Post ., I; .<. ; ,.. HOOKED UP AT YOUR PABST BLUE RIBBONBEER

a bidder for the about to- Office lobby. ; KITCHEN SWK
be vacated Post Office? 'b L'tIlitfM1rwwu 'U1ru ml "

i The General Services Administration BACKED BY
iI I in a notice to Post- :..:.= A YEAR SERVICE POLICY /
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master Paige Pinnell this week, Norma! warranty covers parts and labor :::::-
outlines the requirements: ::: for one,year alter purchase by original r PAK
== owner. Norge extends parts warranty to ::::: LASTING lUST 6 $109GENNESSEE 1
r Public agencies may apply two years,when customer purchases ;:=; CANS
for the four-tenths acre site and ::: second year's labor policy from dealer r;;:: PREVENTION!
1 =: the time of the original purchase. .
building for three uses ;:: 2-Year Service Policy provides Tabor -
scHool, classroom or other educational auto data servictlargest and repair or replacement, at dealer' --'
,
E5 option, of functional) parts required to $ .
i purposes; protection !
national : maintain i machine in normal I household 1 Automatic Tllb BnII 1IiIt.1I SHillllt IIYlf
of health, including research
I public claims network. operating condition in dealer's servicing Smiet .
Frost
Conpfete
; negotiated sales to other i area. Invalid when" damage is due to Safety Spfe-Drf
j public bodies for general Contact me today! : misuse, accident, or work by unauthorized tarter Ugh"'-" BEER
public use.Application. persons. 2 Top FteUflWiflii5F.Trnjimttiefl a!90

I deadline is 9ajn. 117 N.E. Yiisahea Fne
hnnnt Desip / Warranty
on Monday, Sept. 21. 16th Ave Humnmmtt I mtt
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the statute under which the 6
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property; the contemplated nature .IJ.
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of time needed for developing Ralph Turlington ON AL
a'' comprehensive plan for the SEt-tS ToW \ FOREMOST (Pictorial All Flavors)

and the for the P soot PRICE
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\ time required for preparingthe STATE FARM L YOU ICE CREAM
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1 Voice of the ON THE RIGHT ::1,

(: &Utt People I

I Vital 'Vote

On The Sun's Opinion Page .

+
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
i; JOHN R. HARRISON. PrwMtnt dad must b. signed and bear'the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot In California
Publisher PAT .COWLES, Vice President exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ,
:'! Florida's'Beautiful ; Ed JOHNSON, Vic President Sun reserves the right i to reject any letter or to shorten it, without. changing the writer's meaning or
\ and Executive Editor, w. C. (tfll) intent.
I I University City EtERSOLE Vice .President and Advtflismfl I[/ By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.

I I' Director BOB TARTAGUONE Until Fear Goes pose the Devil, had not reck- The editor of the "AtlantaConstitution"
Vke President end CircuUUoa Minaqr.THE November 3 draws near and partisans from both political
oned with the obtuseness of is none other
camps have been heard from loud, and in some cases, clear.
If SUN'S POLICY Guns Will Stay human nature. The people' than Ralph McGill, whose But there are other things that will be decided on November
had not understood columns are carried in the
his planat
3 than who is to be the next President, and foremost among
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. all. On the day the Devil "Sun" and whom the Sun
EDITOR, Sun: I wouldlike them, in my opinion, is the so-called Referendum 15 In Cali-
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. was banished, the unfortunate calls "The conscience of the the
historical'struggle
to reply to the letter in fornia, which I view as a consequencesof
3. Publish all sides of controversial issues. South. If this is the con-
I> 1 important your Aug. 24 edition from "advocate" was hanged.A. which will greatly affect the future of this country, politi
., science of. the South: then the
) The Sun's telephones: All Department! -3728441Christmas Mr. Charles J. Green. Mr. D. SANDERS South is in bad shape. cal, economic, cultural, and educational.That .

: Want Ads--376-4672 Green states that all fire- doesn't B. it
Why Lyndon is a portentous sentence, but I so wrote intentionally
arm sales should be regulated, The Other Side Johnson have enough faith because movement. by a bloc in California to outlaw pay-

; and that a national in the American people to be TV is exactly that, an epochal attempt to stop progress, interfere '

1\\ i roundup of all weapons Of the StoryEDITOR truthful with them? Why does with the First Amendment, secure monopolies, and
i in the Schools should be made before they he confuse deceit with diplomacy abort the most encouraging cultural exploitation of the photoelectric

are registered. This would bea Sun: What's in ? There once was a formulas Einstein thought through years and .years'ago

i very good thing indeed, a newspaper? Simple! It's sign above a leading newspa- making television possible.

I I' The report on religion in the the different ,rites and customs of from the Communist. pointof what the editor wants in it. per which read, "Give the --

r f schools made for the American As- families, cultures and creeds each view. Some editors use this meansof people light and they will find THE BARE FACTS are these: a syndicate headed by Sylvester :a

i sociation of School Administrators with deep meaning for its adherents, A defenseless nation would communication to mold their way." Doesn't Lyndon Weaver, an enormously able and attractive man who -:
I be simple'to conquer. One public opinion even at the trust the people enough to
had been head of the National Broadcasting Company, has
recently recommends that public revealing the many different relig- of the first things that Nazi light their ?
,point of misrepresenting 0 r way raised 25 million dollars to bring pay-TV to subscribers' housesin
I j schools not observe Christmas as a ious, philosophical and cultural prac- Germany did after they had distorting the news med I a. I submit that there is a the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas. The programsare

i- religious holiday. Certainly the Supreme tices and beliefs held by Americans." invaded France was to con- Take for example a recent choice in 1964 a choice be- piped in by cable-not .t

l If Court mandate to eliminate t fiscate all gun registration story about the nation's lead- tween a man who believesthe Federal Communications Commission is happily, not involved.So .

; prayer and devotional Bible reading The report urged greatly improved lists and round up their fire- ing professional political poverty government should regu- much so good-one wonders, whose business is the futureof
If I arms. I would say that this hunter, Lyndon B. John- late its people and one who
of the school the enterprise, other than that of those who furnish the
instruction about religion "as of
as part program applies one made their control of France son, when he went to Gaines- believes it should serve it's and those who buy them?

to a religious celebration of Christ- the greatest influences in man's his- during the war much easier. ville, Georgia, this spring in people. programs I Incredibly, a motley group grounds that to interfere with

mas. tory." It also said schools ought to Mr. Green says that he quest of what he called a ?*
l -- HARRY L. WALKER, M. D. in California, financed mostlyby the right of a man to sell pro- _
I I' I. recognize religion, not with required has never needed a gun. If "poverty pocket." the movie theaters and grams on television is akin to -

',/ For all that it has been commercialized prayers and observances, but by a prowler appears in your The story begins in the backed by commercial tele- abridging the freedom of the
r'I home, Mr. Green, what will 9 1964 "Atlanta Con- bamboozled '
May vision stations, have press.
however Christmas hardly their calendars and
adapting policies
; greet him with? Smiles "
you stitution, a pro- administration a gaggle of undisciplined Whether a lower court _.
be detached from It is activities accommodate outside PeopleAre
; can religion. to observance perhaps? which exhibi- would
I newspaper, reported social-minded grant injunctive ree' _:.
basically a Christian religious festi- of a wide variety. of relig- The Constitution of the : tionists who got into. the act lief to the entrepreneurs,":...

val even though many of the most ious practices. United States clearly states "President L y n don B. Alert and started the "California pending a final decision I fora.',=

familiar trappings and the dateI that the right of the peopleto Johnson Friday stood beforea Crusade for Free TV." The the Supreme Court, one :rata-" :"?

: are of non-Christian origin. The The Supreme Court has never keep and bear arms shall decaying shack in a slum objective of this extraordinarygroup not guess. If not, the syndicate ---= 'I
I -* not be infringed. neighborhood and listened to To Politics of licentious busybodiesis might very well go broke -
"
I Christmas tree Santa Claus and the thrown God out of the schools
t as in California "their
halfachieved.The
When people can walk the an elderly Negro's dream of incredibly, as capil'aL t
i exchange of gifts are secular manifestations claimed by some of the more extreme streets of any city in this some day building a new Cc) New York Times committee amassed a equipment rusted away .and-=

\ of Christmas that the critics of the prayer decisions.The country in perfect s a f e ty, store here (in Gainesville.)" NEW YORK-Two visitors half-million signatures, enoughto revenues .froze. On ,AT Mr--,- i I

schools could observe without running court, in fact, specifically authorized when the threat of war no The "Atlanta Times," a here for the World's Fair require a referendum on Weaver has told ne'j

I\ afoul of the First Amendment. 'the practices recommended longer hangs over our heads, competiting newspaper, be- were overheard discussing national November 3, proposing the terprise might 's Inpl :puIrvp.-; i

then perhaps some form of came interested in the case politics. prohibition of pay TV in the stakes and move .taWr:::
the school administrators.
t to registration could be feasible. and in August printed the "Well, I see that Johnson state. metropolises, in climatgirgfj;=

r Yet all these have been brought together But until the day comes that other side of the story which has picked Humphrey for greater political sanity-,petKIlng --

e in Western society to mark It will not always be easy to mark we no longer need f ear to the "Constitution" ignored. vice president," one of them SUCH AN APPALLING in- the return ,of.teasou i ,'

ii a holiday celebrating the birth of a the line between a school observanceof leave our homes at n i g ht, First, the Times noted the said. terference with the processesof California. .:.=......,

man whom Christians accept as the Christmas as a religious festival then we must have the rightto "poverty stricken" Negro "Yes, that's right," his human freedom is stag- HERE,. I'_ .SUGGESTJs} 'A--J-j
keep arms in our homes, was found to have been brief- companion replied. gering, and shows how far of diverse
1 son of God. De-emphasis of the re- and a school exposition of the religious cause for men
and we must have the rightto ed four times by the Secret "Well, I guess it doesn't we have traveled into ignor- .
litical It ..
the faiths. is a cause-
ligious aspect of Christmas rips heritage of Christmas. In striv -
defend ourselves from at Service before Lyndon B. make much difference." ance of the constituent factorsof about which '

Iii festival out of its historic context. ing toward the latter, the schools tack. When this day comes Johnson's visit. "No, I guess not." freedom and progress. cially feryentbecause one"cafj: spy we *'

Y will be in compliance with the Con- people who think like Mr. Then as the newspap "After all, he can only There would appear to be very have here a political i "prob ,
c This is not what the school admin- Green can push through laws probed deeper, other facts serve until November whenwe little doubt that if Referendum lem interfering-witn-a: cultural":

istrators were urged to do. The ad- stitution, and they will serve alike regulating firearms. Un t 11 emerged. The Times story elect a new one, isn't 15 is carried, the Supreme and an educational: :ide

I visory committee report asks that the legitimate needs of religious and then, Mr. Green, I sincerely follows: that right?" Court of the United States Everyone who believerjrfree .,Th.:
hope that you never have occasion will eventually void it, on the
"Yes that's right.
Christmas be recognized in the non-religious members of the com to wish that "By working hard a man enterprise system must-
you had can do anything he wants to believe in the right:of-Sylvesd!
schools "in the spirit of exposition of munity. purchased firearms and trained '
do
'j that's
how I've done ter Weaver.or. fy.oursel1or' ;
yourself in their use.DONALD .
what I have. MAULD1N- even of myself:=-Tnakr

r ; MABE This is the philosophy of -.... any kind of a deal he wants-to--
: with individual citizens .
CHOOSING RUNNINGMATES'I Alvertus Butler, one of the
,: He Dared Gainesville residents visited bring. programs, tn_.1heIe::::: :

I ''by Lyndon B. Johnson in Mayon houses. Those.)\h.: :. jUitt: :: I

t_ 4f1Value.FromFurore Place Guilt his tour of "poverty pock -I
ets" of t "
Appalachia. Xg

t EDITOR, Sun: Some of the Butler doesn't cons i d er rt l < vate onership'of'teIavlsl' = (

reaction to the book, "None himself needy, as the Presi- of any sort, presumabt1 1 *::

Dare Call It Treason," bringsto dent's call might indicate. N J should resist giving.aid f ands ,

mind an old legend from The 62 year old has a r, comfort- to a group- of. people- :
The be- ,
Sen. Humphrey's super liberal campaign. Democrats whose :.opposl&aPISET
I Nrw dark mimrs Scotland.It neighborhood grocery and .Jw, political
record and it Miller op-
voting group gan as soon as was motivated exdusixely'jntper l
By ARTHUR KROCKWASHINGTONT affiliations shall awaken the nominated at San Francisco, seems that centuries ago erates a ,cleaning service fora vate interest '(note that 'thejmovie
"
number of
local
h
businesses.He J
e na- public to the importar of portraying him as a reac- the.Devil. himself was being theaters have' --never.**J
t tional campaign of 1964 has the choice for vice president, tionary of small intellect! and held in gaol, charged with drives a late model air presented a referendum :to." 1 1

already produced an unusual it will have contributed something capacity, given to dirty infighting various crimes against h u- conditioned Lincoln Continental outlaw pay.TV brought' ',!fc:' !
development, although of value to this campaign which would lower manity. No "advocate" wouldat automobile and has traveled rby a movie house i
through ,
j-- rn :
it is only a few In Canada and Mexico
formally which has been lack- the campaign from the high first defend him, but a And off at the end- of tie'- .
days old. The political turbulence since 1804. The deliberative level which and in every state but Flor O '
ing adoptionin to scrupulous judge finally ap- political fight there are golden::
is centered for the that yea r of the 1 2th Johnson piously, daily and. pointed a lawyer for the de ida.Until possibilities .for audlo-vlfeuaLt I
t time being on the vice presidential Amendment to the Constitution publicly aspires. When Hum- fense. his daughter, Mary Wh1qt $ entertainment and education'-

nominees, while president abolished the ongi n al phrey'was nominated at Atlantic The young lawyer spent died about four years ago, he suited to the individual_taste!...
J Johnson and Sen. Gold- provision that the runnerupin City, the Republicans and Mrs. Butler "took a trip Subscription ,
many nights in desperate t.. During the first week of.
t water are electioneering in the contest for president prepared to follow suit by prayer. How could he, while every other year, but now wedon"t i ; 4:7 t Television,,.a.:vieVeeCS

the blander climate of gen- would be the winner's vice representing. the Senator as maintaining his integrity as have anyone to stay could see a Broadway ;plate: ; :
eralities and platitudes. with the store the children r.
I president. a flaming, irresponsible radi- the appointed defender of the or by Alan Peyton, .see::fftireyev-! ;
If the furore engendered he said. He is j
cal who would employ national rear- Ballet, -
in the Royal
Fonteyn
Devil, so present the case to
by Rep. Miller's attack on THEREAFTER, despite the office to advance ocial- the jury that the Devil wouldbe ing his daughter's four chil catch the act at The,.Upstairs -_
the occasions when ism" dren. He is planning a trip to
many at the DownstaJrsn
condemned? He finally t
death has elevated the incumbents Miller's first c amp a ign hit upon a solution: He would month.Cleveland and Detroit next hear Isaac Stern, Eugene-

Precedents of this office to the speech opened this line of attack let the Devil speak for him- Istomin and Leonard Rose-
Butler also has been
presidency, second place on pros
With Mendelssohn:
against Humphrey. play Beethoven,
In History ForCarpetbagging the national tickets of the the instant hot retorts b y self to so as the to awaken the of people evil- perous enough to put his children ,..w.Ir..,-Jh. n, tM.w.rra.t. and Schubert, see Sir Laiir"-;
presence in college. Mary w! s
major parties has generallybeen Senators Mansfield and Ful- ence Olivier in a production
in their midst!
; determined on considerations bright the Democrats carriedthe graduated from G eorg ia "Before you start dealing. Charlie -, of Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya,"
So in court he conductedthe
Cc) New York Times other than their fitness battle to Miller on the State College for Negroes in where are your chips?" or Jose Ferrer present a
NEW YORK For those for the highest pest in line they drew after he was defense brilliantly. He Savannah, and Margie attended group of Flamenco artists -
subtly revealed to the judge "until she decided
Republicans and other New the government. The determining nominated. The extremes of college at $1.50 for the whole family
"
and the jury and the assembled to quit.
factor has from
concerned the ranged campaign oratory to whichhe Klianli's Future Looks
Yorkers over
t of deals made in the national had resorted they matched people all the potencyand Butler considers "h a r d THE POSSIBILITIES .especially
Massachusetts background conventions to personal frightfulness of the Devil, work" the secret of his suc- when combined With'
with
pre- the
Robert F. same commodity.For .
Attorney General ferences by the presidential examples: by questioning the Devil and cess, and Gainesville people When It Counts those new gadgets that .re

,I Kennedy as a Democratic nominee in which qualifications having him condemn himself, agree. "He's very industrious Bright cord preselected programs"

nominee for Senator from for succession have IT IS ENTIRELY by his own words. He broughtout ," said one man for whom for you while you sleep, -are.'
New York, William H. Mc- true, as (c) New Ytrk TlmM months by the oriental lunar -
work. The
f' figured very little or not at the fact that the Devil Butler does janitorial staggering. prospectsthe
I ., Keon, State Democratic Miller asserted, that Humphrey could not live in their midst He has had as many as "23 SAIGON, South Viet Nam calendar the eighth most exciting since the

I Chairman, advises a look at all.But this although! the was a founder, and is stilla without their consent and as- cleaning jobs.... -American political figures month has just begunwill developing of the printing
,
I history. year member of the Americansfor sistance. How does Butler feel about who feel that the fate be good months for General press, which no doubt some

.i "On the Republican side, choices of Humphrey and Democratic Action;. that, The people listened with the President's antipoverty of Maj. Gen. Ngayen Khanh Khanh. committee or other- oppose
I Miller for running-mates by in the fair comparativesense affect the presidential The astrologists say the the ground that
if want to go back intohistory. dread and fear and not a program? "I don't believe in may on commercial
you McKeon said on a Johnson and Goldwater were this is "a radical left- little admiration for the Dev- handouts or charity. Charity election in the United States 10th month will be very publishing would get, In:

I TV broadcast., examples of the most com- ist group;" and that it rated il's Intelligence'and ingenuity. makes tramps not men," he would do well to consult the bad for him, but that the way of free illiteracy .
Humphrey's voting record in horoscope. month starts Nov. 4, th e I wish I could
plete exercise of perso n a 1 Then the judge chargedthe answered. "A man can get general's go to-jCaik
I "It was undecided whether perference, the matter of their the 86th and 87th Congresses, jury. anything he wants if he just According to astrologists: day after the United States fornia and vote No on-R fu-
as a 100 cent reflectionof here the eighth and ninth election. endum 15. I wonder.Jf 122x5!
: Oregon would be with the fitness for succession was a per He said: "Evil is works, I have. ,

), ; ,- South or North. President highly influential factor. This its views on issues selected because we have amongus invited Salinger will be permitted... lot
,
that Humphrey's record -
'j : Lincoln persuaded a friend was a consequence of the as- that evil. We have suffered POTOMAC FEVER -- -
:. of his from California to go sassination of Presideu Kennedy is of 'one who is "s o f t oncommunism" much, but we have brought _

I up to Oregon and the,Oregon the current vacancy in and fails to about our own suffering. The By JACK WILSON Cowles Washington Bureau
comprehend the threat to the
legislature elected or.appoint- the vice presidential office United States ,of Moscow or Devil would have no power what with the backlash and the frontlash. Ancestors'
). and the of This is complicated campaign, .
ed him to the U.S. Senate. awareness a -
over us except that we have introduceda
gave Hubert Humphrey
Peiping. and
Rufus King had b ee, n a both Johnson and Goldwaterof him the We became And now the No. 2 boys, Bill Miller "
.. Massachusetts delegate to the the physical strains the But neither: is it true, as bondsmen power.because we willedit. new factor the tongue lash.

I Continental Congress and Con- campaign would impose.These Mansfield said and Fulbdght We are in despair becausewe enTThTdrlfrind cut taxes. Now the only real Foresight -
stitutional Convention before conditions have al s o approvingly quoted that Mil- Sen. Goldwater promises to (c) .... York Times
\ he moved to New York in aroused the American peopleto ler's speech was "one of the neighbors.brought We despair were to silent our issue left is which party will put the best glue on postage stamps. WASHINGTON big set=
most vicious false and -
:t 1788, where he was elected the realization that their licious documents, in American ma- when we should have spoken -travel thousands of miles, shake thousands of let right now in North Card*
votes the ballot The President and Goldwater
is state assemblyman and U.S. on party ling is a coin with
in behalf of make friends with copper
both in 1789. they select are potential 1 y political history" nor,pas our neighbors.In hands in their search for votes. Why not a shortcut just the inscription "God
: Senator, erveCarolina"
ctl' for two presidents instead of Fulbright told the Senate, behalf of a false peace we the computers? side--a'D
:
'on one d
-" ;. that Miller "is capable of the postponed a war with evil '
Daniel Webster had been'I one. And even Congress has -
I : both a New Hampshire and been aroused to permit no Vacancy most foul-mouthed vituperation when we should not have That was a shrewd move by LBJ, giving the profits from his book to the the likeness other. of an elephant oa

I a Massachusetts representative hereafter in the officeof and unrestrained mis- been moved from our places.At charity What reviewer wants to be accused of making poor little children go This I
is no Republican
s' : in Congress. vice presidentA representation of any min in every step we compromised to bed.hungry without shoes? campaign
f .
public life." knowing that there is no gimmick although Republicans !

i : As for Oregon, Benjam i n LOGICAL result is the Moreover, in the years be- compromise with Hell. In his The Teamsters Union wants a House Committee to investigate the 'Justice are believed to be

t I Franklin Harding, elected by early and heavy concentra- fore the importance of the condemnation we are also in- Department's's handling of the Jimwhorl Hoffa case.- But if Jimmy .loses again. pushing the sales. The halfpenny

7' the legislature as a Republican tion of the strategists of both vice presidency was realized, cluded." investigate the committee? is a copy of one Is-

' I Senator and a Lincoln parties on an unexampled effort Miller's speech would have The Devil, in time, was sued in 1964 by the Lordi

t supporter in 1862, had movedin to make the other's vice been replied to and filed condemned to eternal banishment Viet Nam sore takes a lot of explain ing/Henry Cabot Lodge has barely Proprietors g.,before. ,the

from California but 12 presidential nominee a definite away as normal campaign However the "a d- finished explaining it to the Europeans when Ambassador/Taylor hurries-, :home days of GO.P- ,: .. .. .
years earlier. heavy liability in the oratory. vocate," in his zeal to ex- to explain it to Mr. Johnson. bo1i. #> -. 'h"-. ,



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;. : : .. This Snack Tray To honor Miss Helen B ell white gladioli chrysan t h e -
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I Jones, coloratura soprano, 'Bridal Couple mums and pink carnations.The .

Let's You Nibble members of the Chancel Choirof bride formerly Miss

\ !! I I the First Methodist Church I Barbara Jean Syfrett, is the

entertained with a reception I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene -

f...' Wednesday evening followinher g::1 1 To Be HonoredComplimenting I H. Syfrett. The bridegroom Iki

? w.=. concert in the J. Hillis Miller i is the son of Mr. and .
Medical Center Auditorium. Mrs. Stanton Dorminey of Douglas -
\ Miss Jan Ga.Given 5 ) <
phasized in the
appoint-
supper
The reception took place in ,
: Mickler and her fiance, Peter ments. An in
) the Bethany Room of the arrangement of mix- marriage by her
church.An Michael Temko of St. Petersburg ed white flowers flanked by sil- father the bride wore a gownof

.... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dun- ver' candelabra holding white white peau de soie featuring I

i I ... 'orchid corsage was presented -can will entertain this evening tapers, will form the center- a lace jacket and a chapel train. xMrs.
by the choir members to' with a pre-nuptial buffet sup- piece for the serving table. Her veil of illusion fell from a

II I .. the young musician, who, has I per. pill box and she carried a nose-
; previously sung with the Chancel Corsages of pink sweetheartroses Guests for the party will be gay of white-carnations and ste-

Choir and also the limited to members of the fam- phanotis centered with white
i .. Holy will be presented to the a I
t tf ,.. Trinity Episcopal Church Choir. bride-to-be and her mother, ily and out of town guests. orchid.

f .. ..f Reception Assistants Mrs. Stubbs Mickler. The wedding of Miss Mickler Mrs. Carol Garvey of Myrtle

II I White roses will be used to and Mr. Temko will be solem- Beach, S. C., was matron of honI I

Io Arrangements for the reception -decorate the foyer of the Duncan nized quietly tomorrow after- or. Bridesmaids were Miss 1

were made by Mrs. Taylor home.A noon at the home of the bride's Gwen Syfrett sister of the i k

> '" Kirby Jr. and Mrs. B. Y. Kin- bridal motif is to be em- mother in Kirkwood.Back bride, and Miss Gwen Dormins s i

zey Jr., co-chairmen ey, of Atlanta, Ga., sister of __ k
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Ii I the bridegroom.The Robert Winston I
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J I A miniature piano ,of turquoise honor attendant wore a DormineyMrs.

I i .: china filled with_ yellow to College turquoise peau de soie dress! Elizabeth Satterwhite. Alma, Ga.: Mr. and Mrs. Joe
.;,,._. ..rA r 1.. and white and
pompons and the bridesmaids wore pink Now At Home Burnam, and sons Steve and

". Readers often write to tell ages too. You can plan your flanked by white tapers in, sil- Added to the long list of Gainesville 'students returning 'to dresses. They carried nosegaysof After a honeymoon in Day- Stan, Sylvester Ga.; Mrs.

.... me about tricks they have food intake with good nutri- ver candelabra adorned the: college this fall,are these listed below. white carnations. tona Beach the newlyweds are Meeks Miss Latrelle D 0 rmin-

I found helpful when losing tion in mind more easily. Be lace covered serving table. Lucy Lee daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lee will be re- Brother Best Man at home at 1908 NW 2nd Avenue ey Douglas Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.

weight. I pass these along to sure that ,your tray has all Those pouring were Mrs turning to Howard College, Birmingham, Ala., where she is a Osborne Dorminey of Sanford Mr. Dorminey is presently a Luther Webb Miss L a Donna

I ...-the rest of my readers in the essentials for good health. Thomas :Mitchell,Mrs. JamesE. senior served his brother as best graduate student at the Univer- Webb and Miss Von Dorminey

I e. 1 the hope that they may find Actually I think: that the, Fogel. and Mrs. Forest Mey Jack William Huguley son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huguley man. Ushers were Gary Keith sity of Florida. Nashville Ga.; Lee Gheer, Miami .
b ride
I t+ .J them useful also. most helpful part of all! is the, ers. 0 ; Sr., will take his junior year at the University of South Carolina and Syfrett, brother Damron of the of Gaines-, Out of town guests included ; Miss Lorrie Adams, James -

.. One came in the,mall today fact that you will not eat with ( Columbia, S. C. Bobby Mr. and Mrs. Coy R. Hightower Lawrence, DeLand; Miss .

i" I which is quite unusual. the rest of the family icr a, Assisting In the hospitalitieswere Cadet Doug Whitlow, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. F. Chris Whit- ville. Vernon, Fla., grandparents of Lily Foy and Mrs. A. B. Alfordr

: -. The, person who has the while. This is the great tem- Miss' Molly Morris on low, will be a senior at Castle Heights Military Academy, The bride's mother wore a the bride; Mr. and Mrs. H. C.I EUenton Fla., and Mrs. H. E.

., habit of nibbling all day long tation, to sit 'at the table and Mrs. Bruce Roberts, Mrs. Ed Lebanon, Tenn. Cadet Whitlow is the highest ranking sergeantat pink linen dress and white accessories -Hightower and Miss Charlotte'I Thomas and Agile Thomas Slo-

; often has the most ditfic u 11 watch others eat items you' Goodwin Mrs..Edgar Johnson, the academy and is listed in the top ten percent of his for The her bri d daughter's groom's Johnson Pensacola; Mr. and comb
wedding. e
reducing would like to have. Why not Mrs. Russell Danburg, Mrs. class. Mrs. Panama
.- time of all when on a dress Neroy Carter
mother chose lace
-" diet. try the calorie tray idea? John W. Wilson and Mrs. K. R. Eleanor Broome, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Broome a beige City; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ala.NEW
Both
accessories.
,; 1 .... Many women gain their overweight If any of you would iike to Swinford. will leave the end of the month for California, where she has wore with black white canation corsages. Carter. Chamblee Ga.; Mr.''
received a scholarship for study at the Pasadena
have Playhouse and Mrs. O. C. and '
this They may my'calorie chart send a Syfrett :
way. Attend Home Reception
Grandparents College of Theater Arts where she
studied the
during
-- eat very light meals or even stamped, self addressed envelope session. summer Following the ceremony the sons, Chuck Steve Dick and !

skip one but take a bite of, with jour request for Among the guests attendingthe bride's entertained ata Bill. Lake Park, Fla. I
leaflet number 35 Dalton Brannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Brannon, is reg- parents Also Dr. and Mrs. Richard'! FALL FABRICS:
this and a bite or two ,of that to Josephine reception which includedthe reception given at their home.
istered
at the University of Florida where he is freshman. i
z periodically during the day. Lawman in care rf The concert goers and friendsof a Arrangements a f pink and H. Bellinger Orlando; MrsJ
Kristine Jordan daughter of Dr. and '
Mrs. Paul Jordan of
H. S. and Miss Syl-1!
do not re- Gainesville Sun. the musician Dorminey
These overweights young were Houston and of white carnations decorated the JUST ARRIVED ATSINGER
formerly is ,
Gainesville a member of the
'
via
alize how the calories in her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.C. Freshman Class living room and the Florida Dorminey Douglas Ga.; '
at Pomona
College, Clarmont Calif. Kris- ,
these little tidbits count up. E. Bell of Petersburg Va. Miss Bernice Allen, and La-
BSPhi oom.
Therefore they cannot un- Chapter tine was graduated from Gainesville High School in June. The bride's table was over-!Verne Dorminey Live 0 a k ; I

t in ue Miss Jones who has been the Osborne Dormineys, Sanford -
derstand why they con Opens SeasonMrs. laid with an imported linen cut
gaining those extra pounds.The visiting her parents Dr. and work tablecloth over pink da- ; Mrs. Evelyn Sol oman.

suggestion which came Marion Voyles managerof Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones this sum- 'mask. .

will be helpful to tn,se Personnel mer, will resume her voice
today Center presented a The punch table was adorned
reducers. The idea is to prepare program entitled, "Conversa- study in Hamburg where she $ with pink carnations and white I

I a calorie tray. tion; ," when Xi Phi Chapter of has spent two years on a music chrysanthemums and punchwas

j In other words you preparea Beta Sigma Phi held its first fall I scholarship awarded her by : j served from a large- sniffer I

tray of food .Vr the whole meeting recently at the home of the German government.She TODAY, September 11 Jacksonville 12:30 p.m. Mrs. from Spain.

day counting the calories Mrs. Hershell Streit. plans to leave Jacksonville Mrs. Marge Strickland cut aw

I carefully so that the food on Mrs. Voyles is a former by plane Saturday for Wedding of Miss Theresa Ed ,Lear and Mrs. E. W. the wedding cake and Mrs. An-
i
the tray is no more than your president of the chapter. New York City and fly to Hamburg -i Anne Greene daughter c.f: Jacunski, Gainesville Golf na Pickren poured punch. As- II
This Mr. and Mrs. Joel with the
allowable calorie intake. Nunnally sisting hospitalities
the business
Following in Frankfurt
ses- stopping en
can nibbl all day Greene, and Bradley Willard and Country Club. were Mrs. Carol Tedder and
way you sion, refreshments were served. route.cfrJQ.
long if you wish. I Penk son of Mr. and Mrs.

However be sure not to Willard< Otto Penk, 8 p.m.,

I eat so often that you have Iona[ Chapel of the First!

I II nothing left for the last half Presbyterian Church. Recep-

of the day or for the evening. tion following in the Bethany

.. Needless to when the Room of the Church.
say
tray is empty you do not refill SATURDAY WHEN YOUR PROPERTY SUffERS DISASTER

it, but stop eating until September 12 .

I the next day. FVN Coffee complimenting Miss
other advant- I
This idea has
!. Martha Jane Edwards of

t I Notlct Is INVITATION hereby given TO that BID the Board Irvine, fiancee of Doug Davisof IF you're a policyholder in one of' The Em: -
of County Commissioners of Alachua Valdosta Mrs. Harold R.
County.requests Florida bids for hereby the following calls for equipment and Gertner and her daughter ployers' Group of Insurance Companies listed

to be purchased by said Ba4rd.for Miss Linda 10:30
Gertner
and on behalf of Alachua County. FlorIda to 12:30 303 NW: below, here's what to do to get action quickly:
: a.m. p.m.
I, One (1) only latest model half-ton pickup 'By CECILY B OWNSTONE 23rd.
truck to be equipped as follows -
1. Maximum GCW not less moan 5,000 AP Food Editor

2.Ibs.Front axle capacity not less than Bridal luncheon honoring CONTACT YOUR AGENT or broker. He knows
2.500 'bs. FAMILY SUPPER Spoon evenly ,over peaches Miss Linda '''Register of L a-

3.3.300 Rear Ibs.axle capacity not less than Honwy peach dessert witha egg and milk; beat only un- Crosse, bride elect of Herbert how to get prompt action. If you've lost your
4. duty clutch minimum diameter \
Heavy
rich.
that is not
t 11 Inches. minimum trictional topping til smooth-about % minute. Silber 12:30 p.m. Mrs. policy you're still protected.
area 123.7 sq. inches. Fish Fillets with Tomato ,
R. W. Cellon Sr. Mrs. R. W.
S. Twelve (12) volt 70 amp. hr. Spoon evenly over peaches, ,
battery minimum of 42 amp. al Sauce Cellon Jr., Mrs. H. L. Moody i
ternator. spreading with spatula. Bakein
6. Six (6) cylinder engine with engine Brown Rice Salad Bowl and Miss Patsy Moody at the TELL HIM WHERE the damage is located and
displacement not less than 262 a moderate (350 degrees) I
cu. Inches. Peach Cobbler Beverage R. W. Cellon home in Hague. i
7. Front less spring than 1.135 capacity Ibs.; heavy at groundnot duty PEACH COBBLER oven until topping is browned -- roughly how extensive it is. He will arrange for
rear springs. and cake tester inserted in Shower compli m e n tin g
I. sion.Heavy duty four-speed transmis- 2-3 plus 1-3 cup sugar Miss Linda Register L a- an adjustor to call or he will check the damage
topping comes out clean
*. Five 6.50 x U, six ply nylon Ite tablespoons quick cook- Crosse, bride elect of Herbert -
.tires with tubes. ing tapioca 45 minutes. Serve warm with Silber 7:30 LaCrosse with you _himself. 0&-
1: An-oe-e re er. heat gage horn. p.m., -
pressure gage fuel gage. horn V\ I plus l/2 teaspoon salt cream. Makes 8 servings. Clubhouse with Mrs.J. .
lights and reflectors; that all ..
mee -"- -- .
State of Florida statutes. and factory a2 teaspoon cinnamon F. Parrish, Mrs. G. 0. 0 ; 4 _.. ,,
PARTY If can't reach contact the
FARE own agent
Installed self cancelling turn and you your ,
indicators front and rear. 2 pounds peaches pared Cauthen, Mrs. R. T. Har-
11. Straight sided pickup body. sliced to make 1 quart Our way of fixing hominy: graves, Mrs. F. R. May nearest Employers' Group Office (imprinted
12. Truck to be painted monotone us ,
ing Dupont Enamel No. 93-4578. 2 tablespoons butter grits for attractive service. Mrs. J. A. Cason Mrs. Sam / .
There will be the following tradeinon 1 flour Baked Ham Party Grits 1 below).
the above pickup: cup Taylor Mrs. J. L. Norr i s,
15 Ford F-100 pickup (ACRD No. 1% teaspoons baking powder Salad Bowl Rolls Mrs. E. T. Norris, Mrs. Lacy
Bidder will list the bid price on tne vehicle
I and the trade-in allowance. All V cup shortening, melted Fruit Compote Cookies Doke Mrs. Larry Rogers,

( bids Bidder will shall be f.o.b.certify Gainesville.his bid equals Florida.or 1 eggcup PARTY GRITS Mrs. Carl Harris and Mrs. J. ----' OBTAIN AN ACCURATE ESTIMATE of f:1e"cost:
exceeds the above minimum spec Pica H milkIn
tions and literature shall supporting attach manufacturer'scurrent his bid. a glass baking dish (10 5 cups boiling water T. Sowell, hostesses. to repair the damage caused to your property.: <

The delivery date shall be stated in the Hi teaspoons salt Luncheon honoring Miss
bid as It will be considered In the by 6 by 2 inches) stir together -
estimates of storm must be
ward. 2-3 cup sugar the tapioca 1 cup water ground white Edwinna Murphey bride- Repair damage
Bidder shall guarantee that parts and
service will be available within the Cityof V teaspoon salt and the cin hominy gritsMediUmfine elect of Verley J. Spivey ofVarmanct1a listed clearly.
Gainesville and any freight bills or cheedar
phone calls for parts not in stock will namon. Lightly fold in peaches grated ,
( be the responsibility; of the bidder. ; dot with butter. Stir together cheese
I Bidder shall furnish a title certificate
I for the new vehicle. the flour baking powder Pour the boiling water and i: PROTECT PROPERTY from further damage
Bids shall be In duplicate sealed In an
envelope within an envelope md the 1-3 cup sugar and 'r4 salt into a saucepan. Slowlystir ,
., exterior on Truck"envelope. clearly marked "Bid AGENDA in the grits. Bring to a iu-_ '""' while waiting for the adjustor _

I All bids shall te In writing and delivered Utilities Board O of Adjustment r.t."s Cent r. boil; simmer stirring often +!
by hand or mail to the Soard of until
County Commissioners at the courthouse sos Southeast SMI Avenue cooked through and thick
1 In Gainesville on or before 2:30 Monday September 21. 1t64 4.M P.M. -about 25
minutes. I
P.M. Tuesday. September 22. 1"4. 1. A request by Jeo Williogham to con- Remove
\t The Board of County Commissioners reo struct an cffice building in an MS from heat. Stir in 1 cup (loosely The Employers' Group of Insurance Companies and all those connectedwith
with interior sde: yard setback
zone an
serves the right to reject any and all
bids and to waive Informalities.. variance from five (5) feet to packed) of the cheese until ( -particularlji local
Board G. M. of DAVIS.County Chairman Commissioners of to the four Gainesville(4) inches.Code Section of C'dinances 29-49 (2) melted. There should be 5I your agent and claim man are making everyeffort

Alachua County. Florida at 215 Northwest 10th Avenue about 5 of the Ass't. Cold Cuts j
CJSM 1:4. 11 I II 3606)[ ':11 cups- mixture: to provide you with prompt service and speedy settlement in this emer-
and Cheese Cut
spoon into 6 empty 6
ounce
I t I frozen 0 to Order. Also! a them to above -V:: :
\ fruit juice concentrate Variety, of Salads f gency. Help help you by following the procedure suggested ._ :..
: A NEW CHURCH IN GAINESVILLE I t cans: Cool. Cover and chill. To Go.

First Services September 13th and push out grits. Cut each :-== r(1 -

i cylinder of grits into,8 rounds; -_. '---- ..

'UNIVERSITY I place slightly,apart, on heavy THE Employers' Group -:--::. :=
,
foil; sprinkle with, grated .
II --
cheese. cr OF INSURANCE COMPANIES .:_ -
c :: BAPTIST CHURCH I Broil until hot
-
through and cheese melts, ,- 110 MILK STREET BOSTON 7, MASSACHUSETTS -
: ( _
1628 N.W. 6th St. $
1 LI '
5 ...:
to 10 minutes! Makes 12 I ;
nc tmnfiitr litmun UMUKI CMT.in. .me uif ur nu wanart n.AMtBtUI ."" .............
'
servings.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 i JN .. (MfUTIir UWUK4 M. IM MOTIKU UHtUfl UUHM1 MUKI: :- !y'' :_ t! t
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10:45 WORSHIP VIIGS 1' '. -:..'t$" ---- --. -. h 'f
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i TRAINING UNION 6:00 ;_ EMPLOYERS GROUP BRANCH OFFICE : :. '
We have them! Real burr -

# :' 7 :0 0 EVANGELISTIC SERVICE C. F. GEORGE I h;:.r Terms oval Cb.e.BEAUTY : 2801 EAST OAKLAND PARK BOULEVARD d .' r" : .-

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Board AGENDA--of Adjust mint

I' News of Special InterestTo Texan Wins Prize for Monday Utilities September Operations 555 21.Sovthef 1'*4 Center-9th 4:"Avtnut P.M.

; Top ArrangementNEWARK 1.struct A request an office by Jeo building willingham in- an to con-MS

zone with an Interior tide yard setback
variance from five (5) feet to
: the Colored to four (.) Inches Section 29-* (2)
Community N.Y. A Tex- Mrs. E. 0. Barton of Houston
as woman whose father of ................',.,.t:....,. .,.._..>.,,. ::.. of at the 215 Gainesville Northwest 10th Code Avenue of Ordinances
14 t
was one con est.
!i! : News items! for tis r:?'!* ..*- *., .. ...' ted to Cclorcd News E"ilrr B-1 F. Ofds. I drove cattle over the Chis- tants chosen from 115 top ; ;!\i. ";<: (3606) 9:11 INVITATION TO BIO

!I iI 526 NW 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send news directly to the Gaines- holm Trail and hunted buff- flight arrangers nominated ;: Jr Notice Is hereby given that the Board
ville Sun alo on the Great Plains of of County Commissioners of Alachua
\ :: office. I from 45 states. County Florida hereby calls for and
Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas ; requests bids for the following equipment
r .. Her winning arrangemen. to be
; ... ., purchased by said Bo /.d for
I .. chose "Trail Blazer" as and on behalf of Alachua County Floe
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS registration over the past 10 SLATES MEETINGThe I comprised nothing more than ida:
I the theme for the rose arrangement One (1) only latest model half-ton pickup -
Mt. Carmel Baptist Sun- days. Pallbearers Lodge No. 113 seven Tropicana roses,
that made her .. truck to be equipped as folljwj:
:: day School, 9:30: a.m.; morn- Those persons who have registered will hold its meeting at the three stems of eleganus anda ''' 1. Maximum GCW not less Man 5,000
the ninth winner of the Ibs.
) ; ing worship, 11 ajn., Baptist but have not voted in regular meeting place on Tues- an- simple iron container. Butit 2. Front axle capacity not less then
nual Bowl
Sterling Tourna- 2.500
Ibs.
Training Union, 5:30 p.m.; and the past two years, may go and day at 8 p.m. The assessmentsare reflected an attitude derived 3. Rear axle capacity not less than

evening worship, 7 p.m. There have their names reinstated on to be paid in full at the ment. from her pioneer back 4.3,300 Heavy Ibs.duty clutch. minimum dia-

will be midweek Meditation the books upon request. meeting. Held each June in the 17- ground. meter 11 inches minimum frictional -

i Services Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.; The office will remain open acre Jackson & Perkins display t 5. Twelve area 123.7(12)sq.volt inches.- 70 amp. hr.

\ Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 Monday, Sept. 14, and Friday CONTINUE AILING rose garden at Newark, Mrs. Barton was broughtup battery ternator.; minimum of 42 amp. al.

r p.m., and also both Choirs Nos. Sept. 18 until 9 p.m. Tom Mathais, well known citizen N.Y., the Tournament features on Americana.Her w I r? : 6. Six (6) cylinder engine with engine

t 1 and 2 will have their rehearsal The Voters League will meetat continues ailing at his as its first prize a father's family cameto cu. inches.displacement not less than 262

i and Ushers' Board No.2, the Recreation Center, Wed- home. $5,000 perpetual challenge Texas from Tennessee in 7. Front less spring than 1.135 capacity Ibs. at heavy groundnot duty

will meet, 8 p.m.; Teachers' nesday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. The Mrs. Estella Knowles, well sterling silver trophy. 1834. In return for helping [Tc ?. 8.rear Heavy springs.duty four-speed transmis

;, Meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m.; absentee ballots will be dis- known citizen, is ailing at her Next year's compe tition to guard the border along $ ., sion.
; and both choirs Nos. 1 and 2 cussed. the Indian : ,Ei. 9. Five 4.50 x U, six ply nylon
home. will be held June 23. I Territory they 1. w. tires with tubes.
: ., will again have their rehearsal received land grants from 10. Ampere meter heat gage horn

I; Friday, 8 p.m. Rev. T. A. LACROSSE NEWS the Republic of Texas. pressure lights and gage.reflectors fuel that gage.mee horn.all

{ .. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Musical Program 'Set Hectic Schedule For Her mother's family came tory State Installed of Florida self statutes- cancelling and turn fac

I '" Hamm, reporter. James Pyles and his musical from Kentucky to Texas via 11.indicators Straight front sided and pickup rear.body.

I Mt. Pleasant Methodist The group will appear in a program ox drawn wagon during the 12. Truck to be painted monotone us-
Board of Education and Church at the Bethel A. M. E. ContestantsBy ing Dupont Enamel No. V3-6578.
I Beauty Civil War. Mrs. Barton There will be the following tradeinon
School Staff will meet today; the above
Church Sunday at 8 p.m. stories pickup:
I grew up hearing about
1959 Ford F-100 pickup (ACRD No.
7:30 pjn. J. Franklin Jones, The public is invited. Mrs. TOM'SEPPYATLANTIC of Columbus, said: "It seems the pioneer days. how. her ?a. < \ 9vq \. Bidder will list the bid price on tie vehicle
... Church School superintend- x ? and the trade-in allowance. All
P Jr.
I Doris Reed, sponsor; Rev. W. CITY, N.J. (AP) like I just get in bed and it's mother would be hidden in I bids will be fo.b. Gainesville. Florida.Bidder .
i ent; V. L. Trapp, chairman of H. Walker, pastor. A Miss America contestant time to get up again." the hay loft when the Indians .1 exceeds shall the above certify minimum his bid equals spec fiu.tions or-
Board of Education. leads and and :4 and shall attach manufacturer's
a glamorous excitinglife came. the
long
I New Salem Baptist Sunday Through it all the girls wear a current literature supporting his bid.
.. JOINT SERVICESThe but by the end of the week, drive over the Chis h 0 I m lc The delivery date shall be stated In the
School, 10 a.m.; morning broad smile. I bid as It will be considered in the
following pastors and one of the most coveted prizes is Trail. award.
worship, baptismal services their congregations will conduct the to Most of the girls rise at dawnto I Bidder shall guarantee that parts and
opportunity sleep an One result of her upbring I service will be available within the Cityof
and sermon by the pastor or joint services at the Bethel A.M.E. extra hour. be ready when their hostessescall is Gainesville and any freight bills or
ing that
.... afternoon Mrs. Burton is phone calls for not in stock Will
his 11:30 a.m. I parts
appointee, ;
Church at 8:30 to take them to
: Rev. Banks, Sept. The girls vying for the crown : a.m. consi d ere d something of a be the responsibility of the bidder.
I worship, sermon again 3 15 at 8 p.m.; and also Rev. An- in the nation's oldest beauty Convention Hall. Trail Blazer in flower a r for Bidder the new shall vehicle.furnish a title certificate

by pastor or his appointee, derson, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. I contest are whirled through a At the hall they rehearse, then ranging. Bids shall be in duplicate sealed In an
Johnson envelope within an envelope and the
.. Rev. C. J.
I p.m. pastor The public is invited. Rev. W. hectic schedule from the time go through their individual exterior envelope clearly marked "Bidon
Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. I i i e' Truck".
; H. Walker, pastor; Mrs. Doris they check in Monday until they routines. cited her for work done dur- have been All bids shall be in writing and delivered
:1 East Side Church of God in "About 10 rangements published -
years ago, she hand mall to the Soard of
Reed by or
reporter. leave Sunday afternoon. Their When the girls catch a breakin
; Christ Church School, 10 explains, "I became disturbed ing four years as Civic regularly by state and County Commissioners at the courthouse '
move is fitted into rehearsal, they usually find in Gainesville on or before 2:30
every
a Beautification Chairman for national
"a.m. publications. Very
; morning worship, 11:301 by the rush on all P.M. Tuesday. September 22. 1964.
GRAND UNION MEETING timetable that would make photographers and reporters the Texas The Board of County Commissioners reserves -
an Garden Clubs and much in demand lec-
7 as a
/ a.m. and evening worship, sides to learn
; I Japanese flower the right to reject! any and all
I The
State Ushers Board Union
for them.
Elder J. C. Carter, pas- efficiency expert green with waiting arranging two years in the same capa- turer and teacher of flower bids and to waive Informalities.G. .
p.m. as
I ;t will convene Sunday at 3 The girls to dinner between a lovely M. DAVIS Chairman
envy.A go for the
tor. art except that it is an city Houston Federa- arranging she also holds a Board of County Commissioners
1 p.m. at the Little Mt. Olive full day of continually 6:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Then ex- tion. Alachua County Florida
Master certificate.
St. Paul C.M.E. Morning of the Judge's ..
pression
(3588)
I Japanese :
Primitive Baptist Church on,posing for pictures comes the night's competition peo
giving
I worship! 11 a.m.; and evening pie and their thinking is Illustra t ion s of her ar- a *
S.W. 5th Ave. with Rev. H. Kin- interviews, rehearsing talent, usually until 11:15 p.m. Then
worship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. B. F. I certainly different from .
\ sey, pastor. and competing is enough to give it's more interviews and pic- ours.I Along with her flower arranging 11NEW
Weary, pastor. too
studied it
I\ Pilgrim Rest Church of Uni- During the union, there will bea the young beauties shadows tures.Is for several St. Patrick's Mrs. Burton enj o ys
talent program presented.Mrs. under their eyes. the tiring week worth it? years. gardening in which she is
Church School 10 t I
ty a.m.; "But I felt that
,t Gussie Ross, president of "I'm having a great time butI There's a $10,000 scholarshipand we as very well informed.She .

,: and p.m. afternoon Elder Rusfus worship Armstrong, 3:30: the Ushers' Board No. 2 of the wish I could get a little more an estimated $80,000 in Americans century in this needed most to dynamic de-- Supper IsPostponed and her husband c o 1- I WLFABRICS::

i Gainesville District, will serveas said Miss Connecticut contractsfor
sleep, personal appearance
lects and coins and
pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, repor- velope in st centuries."So stamps I
( ter. hostess. Mrs. Vannie Rivers, Honorar Bukowski of Walling- the girl chosen Miss America. p each shares the other's inter- '

I;I Shady Grove Primitive Bap. state president; Mrs. P. L. Ford, echoing the sentiments of There's also about $40,000 in as early as 1956, I be- ests-her husband accompa- I JUST ARRIVED AT,

: tist There will be confer- Scott, reporter.ASSOCIATION. the 50 beauties in the contest. scholarships to be divided gan to study and experiment St. Patrick's Women's Club I nied Mrs. Burton on her tripto

I'' ence today, 8 p.m.Ii Miss Ohio, Diane Courtright among the losers. with new styles and to voice I has postponed the covered dish up-state New York for SINGERWHEN :
CONVENEThe my beliefs in a newer, more
TO
supper slated for tonight at I I
Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion the Sterling Bowl Tourna-
Mt. Siani Baptist Association vigorous streamlined style. 6:30, to Thursday September I
t Sunday ,
4th Conference.
Quarterly -
To i ment.
I I School, 10 a.m.; and morning will convene Sept. 2427at I Party Compliment Apparently the judges in 17, at 6:30: p.m., at the St. I

I' worship, 11 a.m. Dr. Lim- the Mt. Bethel Baptist Church, the Sterling B owl Tourna- Patrick's Parish Hall.

I bric will preach, and followed with Rev. A. Vinson, pastor, at Miss Jan MicklerE. ment agreed with her think-

by a business session. All memo Starke. Rev. G. G. McArthur, ing. They presented her with
Slice small
moderator; Mrs. P. L. Scott, the top award in the garden radishes pa-
bers and asked
departments are I Mrs. Burton E. Woodward Watson and Miss Joanne per thin and add to cooked .
,
to their dues. Rev. W. reporter. club world.
I pay and Mrs. E. Finley Cannon Jr.! Woodward. green beans that have been
I L. Souder, pastor. This is not the first time
marinated in French dress-
will entertain with a bridal FURNITURE CO.
I I NOTICE I luncheon tomorrow to honr Miss Junior Women that Mrs. Barton has been ing; serve ,on salad greens. ONE BEAUTIFUL
1 PERSONALSHenry All women of the Mt. Carmel selected for public ace 1 aim. Don't marinate the radishes

Wright, of Chicago, Ill., Baptist Church are asked to re- ,Jan Mickler, bride-elect of Peter ReScheduleFirst Last March, the Houston because they should be crispto

is guest of CVlrs. Mattie Hogain main at church Sunday morn- ,Temco of St. Petersburg.The Federation of Garden Clubs lend texture contrast.

Alachua. Mrs. ing following the services so MeetingPostponed
t and family at ( luncheon will be given at
.
I Gladys Seabrooks, reporter, Ala plans can be made for the Wo
to Thursday, September -
chua.) men's Day program. Earlynne 12:30 p.m. at the Gainesville 17, the Junior Woman'sClub

Ray Thomas left recently for Harper, chairman. Golf and Country Club. will follow the same sched-

Daina because of the serious Pink roses will decorate the ule for its first meeting of the
illness of his father. (Mrs. Thomas
ALACHUA NEWS luncheon table. year as planned for today at
reporter, Minnie Hill.) Singing Concert Set the Gainesville Golf and Coun- YOUR PROPERTY SUFFERS DISASTER
,(
Miss Mary H. Smith, of Jack- I
There will be singing concertat Places will be marked for try Club. .
'' sonville, will spend the week- the St. Mary Baptist Churchof Mrs. Daisy Mickler, mother of Changed because of Hurri-
end here with her aunt Mrs.
) the honoree Mrs. William Dora
Alachua on Sunday, Sept. 13, ; cane Mrs. E. Alray How-

relatives.Mr.Gussie R.. Jackson, and other at 3 p.m., sponsored by Tim Stubbs, aunt of bride-elect; Miss ard, president, announced the -, IF you're a policyholder in one of The Em-
Hines. Martha Stubbs, Miss Florence board meeting will begin at

and Mrs. James Newton The following will appear in Trulliard, Mrs. Bartlett Hydorn, 10:30 a.m., with coffee servedto ployers' Group of Insurance Companies listed
and Jim all of Thomas-
son, ,
Mrs. Glenn 0. Summerlin, Mrs.L. early arrivals, and lunch-
ville, Ga., who have been vis- the program: : Southland Gospel below here's what to do
to action
Singers, Alachua; Wayside Tra- W. Mims, Mrs. J. W. Kirk- eon following the business ses get quickly:
iting here for the past week, I
left yesterday for their home. velers, Quincy; and Waltonairs patrick, Mrs. Frank B. Culver. I sion.Mrs.. J. Frank Johnson Jr. of

: Miss Mary Barber and Miss Gospel Singers, High Springs. Miss,Olivia Stryker, Miss Les- Tampa, state director for the : CONTACT YOUR AGENT or broker. He knows
Annie Mae Black both of De- Soloists are: C. Walker, Mary
lie Eggert, Miss Delia Adkins, Junior Clubs will be
guest Q
Land, were sightseeing hereon Mark, and Emma McNish, all Miss Carolyn O'Quinn, Mrs. R. speaker., how to get prompt action. If you've lost your
: Labor Day. of Alachua; Charlie Lee Surley,

Mrs. Josie M. Hunt, of Clear- Gainesville; and several others' policy, you're still protected.

; water, passed through Gainesville I whose names were not avail-'I
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yesterday en route to Ed- :t
: ward Waters College at JackI able.There is no admission price. II 1ded TELL HIM WHERE the damage is located and

sonville. Rev. C. L. Dennison, pastor; I U roughly how extensive it is. He will for
James Thomas- of High Mrs. Seabrooks, reporter. The .' "' arrange

Springs passed through Gainesville public is invited.ANNIVERSARY. .) 1 an adjustor to call or he will check the damagewith

I yesterday en route to Oca- I
: la. CLOSINGThe FRIDAY, September 11 Cauthen, Mrs. R. T. Har- you himself.
I I Miss Betty Warren and Miss' 11th anniversary of Undenominational graves, Mrs. F. R. May

Mittie Williams, both of Jacksonville Choirs' Union Wedding of Miss Theresa Mrs. J. A. Cason, Mrs. Sam --,* -
: were guests of friends :which began Wednesday at 8 I Anne Greene, daughter ofMr. Taylor, Mrs. J. L. Norr i s, If you can't reach your own agent, contact the

,I in the University City on Labor,:p.m., at the Emanuel Baptist,' and Mrs. Joel Nunnally Mrs. E. T. Norris, Mrs. Lacy nearest Employers' Group Office (imprinted

; Church, is closing today at 8 Greene, and Bradley Willard Doke, Mrs. Larry Rogers,

: Day.Mrs.. Mary Thomas returnedto p.m. The program is as follows: Penk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Harris and Mrs. J. below).

Gainesville yesterday from Friday, Sept. 11, at 8 p.m., Willard Otto Penk, 8 p.m., T. Sowell, hostesses. I-

i I : Birmingham, Ala., where she the Greater Fort Clark Baptist Iona Chapel of the First Luncheon honoring Miss

was called because of business. Church's Choir No. 1 will sponsor Presbyterian Church. Recep- Edwinna Murphey, b rid e- OBTAIN AN ACCURATE ESTIMATE of the cost
.
: Miss Mary Butler, of Tam I the first Baptist Church's tion following in the Bethany elect of Verley J. Spivey of

: pa will spend the weekend I choir and the Second MorningStar Room of the Church. Jacksonville, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. to repair the damage caused to your property.

I here with her sister, Mrs. Nellie Baptist Church's Choir SATURDAY September 12 Ed Lear and Mrs. E. W.
Jacunski, Gainesville Golf Repair estimates of storm damage must be
I : Williams, and other rela- :will also sponsor St. Luke Baptist -
and Club.lrmandl.
I tives. Church's Choir No. 1 joint- Coffee complimenting Miss Country listed clearly.

-, ly. Martha Jane Edwards of

t : VOTERS LEAGUE Following the program, there Irvine, fiancee of Doug Davisof

tI I I. The Alachua County Voters will be made a report from all Valdosta, Mrs. Harold R. PROTECT PROPERTY from further damage

: : League wishes to remind those of the committees. Gertner and her daughter,

persons who have not registered At the close, refreshments will while waiting for the adjustor .
Miss Linda Gertner, 10:30
',' : to vote, to do so by stopping be served. a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 303 NW I

:J; : by the Supervisor of Registra The pastors are: Rev. T. D. 23rd.

tion's Office on the ground floor:Davis, Rev., C. J. Johnson Rev. H The Employers' Group! of Insurance Companies and all those connected
i l' : beside the flag pole in the Ala- W. J. Taylor, Rev. James, Rev. Bridal luncheon honoringMiss I

i chua County Court House. I W. D. Dennis and Rev. W. A. Linda Register of LaCrosse \ with them-particularly your local agent and claim man are making every

Ii : Precinct No. 13 in Northeast Miles, Mrs. P. L. Scott, report- bride elect of Her-
: Gainesville showed the highest I er. bert Silber, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. I and Ass't.Cheese Cold Cuts Cut effort to provide you with prompt service and speedy settlement in this emer-

: :i I R.Cellon W._Cellon Jr., Mrs.Sr.,H.Mrs.L. Moodyand R. W. I. Variety to Order.of Aso Salads! a gency. Help them to help you by following the procedure suggested above.

A NEW CHURCH IN GAINESVILLE Miss To Go. .
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,J I. (( This Is Part H of the concluding They hold the high faith Yet they have done nothing i gious questions are discuss e din '

.:::. article in the Sun's that men are responsible for i wrong. On the contrary, they our country, we refer to the About The AuthorJerome -
series what they do with their lives, refuse to give lip service to.position of Catholics, Protestants .
: "What Our Religions
I" how they think and live. Theydo WHAT OUR what they do not really believe. and Jews. That takes care

j Are." This final installmenti not feel the need for "offi- They have the courage to stand of "the religious groups." Nathanson is chairman of the Fraterni

I i -further discusses "Who Are cial" forgiveness or rituals or up for their own faith. They T Ij e 66,000,000 Americans, ty of ,Leaders of the American Ethical Union, a;

l-l : the Unchurched?" catechisms to make them men honor their own convictionsand who are not members of a member of the Board of Leaders of the New York;
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)I of virtue. try to maintain their own church or temple or synagogueare Society for Ethical Culture, and a member of the

', ,By JEROME NATHANSON integrity.Just dismissed as of little im board of directors of the International Humanistand
1, They try to lead a life whichis h. I \ RELIGIONS AREcannot so did the Hebrew portance. They live as individuals Ethical Union. From 1945 to 1961, he servedon

I Two 6 year olds were recently honorable, productive, satisfying prophets speak to the people of and are not united into the board of trustees of the National Child

engaged in an earnest right, good for them.It Israel. Just so did Socrates Labor Committee. He is Chairman of the New
speaks
t no one
anyone group;
discussion of death. "When ([ may or may not be rightor defy the Athenians in his for them. York Committee to Abolish Capital Punishmentand

I my mother dies," said the good for someone else.) A search for truth. Just so did a member of the Clergymen's Advisory Committee -
I We must remember that
"she will to heaven, good life, to their minds, does Jesus assail all those who of Planned Parenthood.
first
go
not church atten- be a majority of any sib I e for delinquency and when the "three faiths" have
her depend upon would sacrifice the of
spirit I
I when I die I'll see
and
dance. one sect to oppress and perse- crime. But it is equally false to expressed themselves, we have r
love for the letter of the law.
) there. cute the rest." conclude that the failure to attend not canvassed all sides of re-
They believe, as did some of No, the nonconformist need those who do not. This natty Despite differences
"I don't think so," the other Democracy means that people church is responsible. The! ligious and moral questions.The about the
I not feel guilty. He is followingsome will not be achieved
remarked.I the greatest men the human respect the rights of others, facts do not support this. real concern with living meaning of religion, all of us
i race has produced, that personal including the right to be different of the greatest visions of through discussions of theoryor have a common stake in ImproVing -
I / I will. When I morality is not dependent on the human spirit to seek a good life representsthe theology. It will be achieved > the health
yes, Only dictatorships want Some people feel guilty be- and education -
down dignity without dogma. ground for unity between through common action in
die an angel will come organized religion. everybody to think, feel, and cause they do not belong to a of our people in developing
to me. And when the angela act the same. Now when moral and reli. those who go to church and behalf of common goals. the fullest talents of our
church. Is there
brushes my cheek with its I Is it bad for our country !I I i for this? any reason, children and youth, in lessening -
then I'll go to heaven : that Americans hold I discrimination in
t wing, so many advancing -
Are "bad" lives immora- Of course there is. As children
"
r and see my mother. I this independent attitude? Artificial Sweetner Use welfare and security I n
ity, crimes, anti social con- they were taught to hold
?" The Founding Fathers did forwarding democracy, in
Do you really think that duct greater among those certain beliefs; but as they

the second boy asked. not think so: They created the who do not go to church than grew up they found that theyno striving world for world peace and

"We'd, I don't really thinkIt First Amendment to the Con- among church members? longer believed these things. unity.

," ".iame the rejoinder stitution for the specific pur- Not. at.. all. Two social scien- This did not happen because Discouraged Until TestsBy cient Beyond vision this which, there is an an-
be
'bo*. I believe it." pose of letting each man have tists, May and Hartshorne, in they wanted to disbelieve or be- for can revived -

the right to his own form o f their "Studies in Deceit," found' cause they were "bad" people.It For our common benefit.

worship or his own. indepen- a surprisingly high percentageof happened because their experiences ALFRED E. CLARKe milk is in order.In i :associates on the publication'Do however each of us mav

Do the 66,000,000 Americanswho dence from religious groups. Vdishonesty" among Sunday and development and 2m lurk (Etmra Washington, a spokesmanfor not believe there is a ser- take his peace with the universe f i-
I The richness and crea- the food and drug adminis- of the our faith in man expresses -
refuse to "believe" in very school graduates. intelligence led them to question NEW YORK The excessiveuse ous problem poisoning
have anything in tivity of American life rests on I The research of Negley K. or doubt their earlier be- tration said it was looking into population, but we just don't the vision of the hu
this of low calorie artificial
g common-except way the fact that the fact that people can and do I Teeters and other sociologistshas the safety of the sweetners, in- have the evidence yet that un- man ness, the humaneness,
think different thoughts, h ol d liefs.Often sweetners should be discouraged their limited amounts of saccharinand the humanity of man. It is the
1. do not go to church? demonstrated that crimi- they long for the sense I cluding use during preg
they in differ- until their safety is Investigated vision which speaks in the following -
beliefs live
different nals are not found more often of security they got from their nancy. cyclamate are safe.
important a national publicat ion :
f prayer
Yes. They share an that it ent ways. among non churchgoers. The childhood faith. Often they for physicians said. The newsletter pointed out The newsletter quoted a report .

attitude the idea James Madison, "the Fatherof majority of Americans are would like to believe again that in 1955 the National Re- in the Journal of The

I is possible to be "religious/ the Constitution," went so identified with one church o r what they once accepted. But The recommendation was contained search Council's Food Protection -American Dietetic Association "May I be no man's enemy -

moral, decent, without joining far as to say: "The best and another. The majority of criminals they cannot honestly do so, and in The Medical Letter Committee judged the use stating "no significant differ- I and may I be the friend
worshiping en a newsletter described by of that which is
and eternal and
: a group only security for religious liberty i are identified with a they feel uneasy about "be- of the sweetening drugs for ence (was found when t he
,believe the individual its managing editor, Arthur abides. I devise
masse. They church.It weight loss of users and non- May never -
the in any society is a multi- traying" the good people who Kallet special dietary purposes was
to
close as a "nonprofit publication evil
as against if.
I can get institution plicity of sects. Where there is would be absurd to con taught them what a good life not hazardous in view of the users of these products was : any man;
cleric or for physicians which carries devise evil
of God as any any against me,
I idea such a variety of sects, there clude that churches are reason- means. low daily intake. compared.
can bring him. evaluations of drugs, pre- A spokesman for Abbott lab- may I escape. .without the
., lhr C .S pared by leading medical in. However, the publication observed -oratories need of hurting him. May I
a pharmaceutical
that while there was not
vestigators. love seek And attain
a. manufacturer in Chicago, said only
Dog ShowTo Dr. Harold Aaron, a practicing any evidence of harmful effects the medical letter's report "con- that which is good. May I wish

t New York City 'internistand the evidence was incomplete for all men's happiness and
tains inaccuracies
important ,
1 chief of the publication's because there had beenno envy none. .
omissions and distortions
regarding -
Be Held editorial board, noted the widespread published research studieson "When I have done or said

I use of such artificial the subject in recent years. cyclamate. what is wrong, may I never_
y l b vx A representative for Pepsi -
N SIR k n k } k 4 "Until the unanswered
sweetners as saccharin a nd many wait for the rebuke of others,
i Saturday cyclamate in many lowcaloriesoft questions with respect to the Cola Company said its Diet but always rebuke myself
Cola contained less than
t drinks, canned fruits, bak- i toxicity of saccharin and cyc- .Pepsi until I make amends '. < .

: Boys and girls in the Gaines- ed goods and other foods. Theyare lamate have been answered," one-fifth of 1 per cent of calci- May I win no victory that

t ,their favorite .r i iy also used to sweet. the publication said, "the cur um cyclamate and less than harms either
vllle area will parade xk "cat. Kwx acs,"l..g?; ,i .k'baw5r i widely me or my opponent
fiftieth of of
one 1 cent
f -- dog before judges for 4 0. .Xk, ;, G en coffee, tea and breakfast rent promotion and extension of per May I reconcile
saccharin.The
b .4. a p attlfte
cereals. use of these agents are regarded friends who are wroth with
Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in ( spokesman said that
prizes : s "In light of the wide and in- as against the public inter- one another.
annual Ken-I t the discriminate use of these sweet est and action by the medical "May I, to the extent of my
: Boys'.Ciub.
at.tbe F.D.A. embarks
ners," Dr. Aaron said, "a re- upon, Pep- power, give all needful help
i ::.:.. their and federal agencies to inform si-Cola will be happy to cooper- who in
: Contestants way enter appraisal of the toxicology of to all are want.

.. :dog\ 'in one, ,or ,any number of artificial sweetners" in healthy and protect consumers is in ate and" work along with the May I never fail a friend in

., -the- following classes: Best persons as well as in preg- order." agency. I danger. .
'- Best said he and his Wilbur H. Glenn, president of I myself. .
"Large :Dog & 'Master, nant women and in mothers' Dr. Aaron "May respect
i ; 'Costumed Dog, :and Best Trick a.Rm .. Royal Crown Cola in Colum- May I always keep tame that
bus, Ga., said the article call- .
& Mas- which within me.
Dog rages
=. g-.J3estSmaU: an:
3 25 MILLION IN U. s. ed for research and
I :" -cr;;:.and."lest. Groomed Dog y more con- May I never discuss who is
-(Longhaired Dogs. Only.) tained nothing derogatory. wicked and what wicked

I ,Dogs entered in Smallest Dog I A Coca-Cola spokesman com things he has done, but know

class must be more than. A WorldThere mented that the company had good men and follow in their

six months old. Dog's "no observation" on the report footsteps."

M until "we see specifically what .

Rules governing the show the letter says." No this is not the prayer of
,
... ._ GAITHERSBURG, Md. (AP) are 25 million dogs in
---- Diet
are: x r- conscious mericans a Catholic priest, a Protestant
-Are the and the United States. This
complexities country
have brought about an increase minister, a Jewish rabbi, a
1. All contestants must keep Doggone Disappointed"Zero" congestion of man's modern produces five billion tons of dog
in the consumption of such low. teacher. These wordsare
leash and ,under control Quaker
.1 I dogs at on all times. was all set to enter the annual Kids' Amateur Dog Show at the world crowding his best friend food a year. It takes 170,000 tons calorie soft drinks from 10 mil- those of Eusebius, a "pa

2. Every dog must be clean, Boys' Club Saturday, but motherhood interrupted. Plainly disappointed at out of the picture? of steel to package only the lion cases in 1960 to an expected gan" who lived some 2,000 years
miss the show "Zero" weak smile for the Not on life, dog ex- canned dog food. is the
combed, and brushed. having to managed a cameraman. your says total of 200 million this ago. In these words
3. Each contestant must be Not so disappointed are her owners, Paul, Gary and Bridgett Amerson, chil- pert Alfred Dick, the new executive Dog foods outsell baby foods year. voice of man's best hope 0 n

present with his or her dog at dren of Mrs. W. B. Amerson, 303 NE 8th Ave. .. vice president of the and breakfast cereals com In addition, the market for earth. '

least one-half hour before show American Kennel Club. bined. 'such products, as low calorie

time. "I think dogs are becomingmore candy, desserts, salad dress- End of Seriesc.

No Pinks in Schools: BryantTALLAHASSEE I meaningful, more useful, I Unitarian Group ings, sugar substitutes, has ( 1963-4 by Cowles Maga-

Pete Bethel, Jim Bishop, and .. more necessary for their com- i also increased. zines and Broadcasting, Inc.)

Dr. Carl Holland will serve as (AP-Thereare I:;av. Farris Bryant said. 'Democratic nominee for governor panionship, the joy that can beanyone's Services .

judges and Boys'Wolfe Club will Choir no known Communists teach- He told newsmen Thursday said were in the higher education who has. a dog," he I Begins 11
director Roy providethe
that one educator was known toe system."So said. The Unitarian
in Universalist
I
Florida's
entertainment Entry ing university system : .
Isn't becoming problem
but two > a member of a Communist far as I have any infor- space a Fellowship of Gainesville, will ATTENTION
blanks may be obtained at theBoys' persons are being
t Club, Publix Supermarket checked for affiliation with front I and that the other was mation there are no Communists ? resume its regular schedule on !
in New
live
"You have to
or the elementary schools. Communistfront organizations, :suspected of being.He in the education system in Sunday, with both children and i
York to how valuable dogs
declined to name them or this state. Now you realize that see adult sections meeting at 11 TEENAGERS!
the schools but said the Board of we are dealing here in an area are to people who live in small

control was handling the mat where people don't wear arm apartments. I have seen the big- a.m.Arthur L. Fabrick, Instructor

Great new taste: i iS .<< ter. bands indicating 'I'm a Communist gest kind of dog"come out of the of social work in the UF Medi- h hr

Bryant said that he knew .'" smallest places, he said. cal School's department of psychiatry -

tobacco nothing of the Communists and He said that Burns might have Dick spoke on modern dog- will launch the fall program '

pipe ,. pinks that Mayor Haydon Burns,. different information. dom in an interview Wednesdaynight with an address, "The Y a

at the second annual con- :Role of Religion in Modern i j jMan's
I Professional Han- r4
ference of the "

inafilterPIPE Pupils Crawl About Room dlers Association. It was a gath- The Fellowship Emotional Life.meets at 1204 3

ering of dog owners, handlers, NW 10th Ave.

TORACLOIY A flitR prAREnEr So ,They Can Read BetterCHICAGO show judges, and association ;M.
members from 13 states and the

cigarette Columbia."It Fire 'Exciting'MONTGOMERY
District of
the stomach. Later in
(AP) Forty- creeping,
said thatto
been
three first graders put on a cross pattern with the simultaneous has too long in Ala. (AP)
should live
movement of one hand have a dog you An 11-year-old boy, who said' '
kneepads, got down on all fours Dick. x
and the opposite leg. Next, the country, said he "wanted to see the excite- I

=and a great 4 and crept around a lunchroomfor toddling. At 3 or 4, walking in "Dogs thriye in cities. Every ment of the fire trucks and thecrowds" -
You get pleasing aroma I
"itbAmerica's seven minutes. I cross pattern. Then, at 5 or 6, dog I see in the streets of New has admitted setting afire |I
taste!The secret It's packed
new
to side of child York is happy. They must havea in a-church.
It's part of a daily program one a becomes x
tobacco- I
best-tasting pipe help them to learn to read.It dominant, making left-handed place in the lives of the people The youth, whose name was .
famous Half and Half!Smoke new Half This has something of great interest and
have to man
them.
They
started Thursday at St. or right-handed. who own I withheld, is reported by Police j I
and Half Falter Cigarettes! walk them before work and in value for you.
James Roman Catholic schoolin Without such development. Lt Ed Wright to have told
Pnitct the evening, and that takes a lot Youth Aid Bureau officers that I
"11\"" suburban Sauk Village.A the letter set forth, a Person: Felsen and prob
is *
of he set the fire which did I His name Henry Gregor you
doing.Dr. an
letter to parents explainedthat becomes neurologically unorga '
ably know him as the popular author of the best-
Frank R. Booth, a veterinarian estimated $25,000 to $50,000:
Dr. Carl H. Delacato, who nized. selling books "Hot Rod", "Street Rod", "Crash -
OUR GUARANTEE has made a study of the subject, So the first graders wen!t l from Elkhart, Ind., offered damage to the Chisholm Methodist I Club" and many others.

theorized that youngsters have creeping'' around, moving the! these statistics: Church eight days ago.MOIEY .

trouble learning to read indirect left hand, a right foot and then Now a special series of six'-articles has been :

'OTS1i proportion to their lack of the right hand and left foot. token from his newest book. They deal with o subject -

neurological organization.That Sister Mary Peter, one of the of great interest to you-driving a car.

means, it added, the teachers, said the little pupils I .

A. You will always pay us a price considerably below nervous ,systems of many children -also will take walking exercises, Mr. Felsen is on expert on cars and driving. He

the accepted retail price of the items which you have not been developed swinging the left hand while knows what he is talking about and you'll find-

purchase.B. adequately. moving the right foot and vice what he has to say both interesting and useful t

The letter related that such versa.
Just tell us how much Cask: 24 Calla 24
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Our everyday prices will usually be below sale prices development goes through "It's a theory," the nun con- you need to pay old are otthyatats YMRen IIoaWr I Don't miss this special series. Look for .,.

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f'J /I' f.iU' "'.>oj--1 To Get Old Refrain on Viet Nam



1 ,. The Campaign Out of TV- By JAMES MARLOWAP McNamara, during the Kennedy who became boss and then a Saigon with Johnson adminiStration
< administration
made
a numberof few weeks ago was forced out in approval for a political-

WASHINGTON (AP) Gen. trips to Viet Nam and returned -an uprising, led by students. He, military buildup to put huge

STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) Maxwell D. Taylor, trailing a from almost all of them too, had the dictatorship tag pressure on the guerrillas and

Rep. William E. Miller ham- cloud of optimism behind him, optimistic although the fight 'placed on him.Buddhists ., Further U.S. persuasion, to

Johnson Says Foe Leans mering away at the Democrats, has gone back to his job in against communism definitelywas I and Catholics mote a strong central govern-pro-

I planned to wind up his first full South Viet Nam as U.S. ambas not being'won.. fought each other, although the ment and for a revised economic -
sador. But, as usual, the pictureof ,had
week of campaigning today witha Taylor succeeded Henry ,Communist guerrillas were program.

swing through five communities Viet Nam is still foggy. Cabot, Lodge as ambassador. breathing ever harder down the This
I Toward in ConnecticutThe If it had not Lodge resigned this was no basic change In
Reckless to
Factions ,summer necks of all of them. There was American policy although if
been for the take part in Republican politics I developing chaos. Finally
more emphasis had been
Republican vice overwhelm i put on
presidential ng; Analysis: after a year in Saigon. During Khanh back in charge
came
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the economic help ;;
,
nominee urged President interest m this years ago.'
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -1-| that would lead to a tragic aged, the anti-poverty program Johnson Thursday to divest country in the What The II his stay there one mess piled on again. to give Vietnamese more reason
President Johnson convulsion in our foreign rela and other top of another. And that's where the situation I
identifying:I Democratic-sponsors himself of television Johnson Gokhews I for opposing communism ,::.
in ,
I./ the Republican cause with "a I,I tions." measures. Austin, Tex. holdings water political Means I Nevertheless, he came home stands now, with Taylor optim- I they might have been 'le$

doctrine that invites extreme, ,And, depicting 1964 as a timeof "But the echo still says campaign, the saying Viet Nam was "on the istic. indifferent to it and the storyatthis

ism," says voters this year will I decision, he said citizens will 'no!-' he shouted as he ran He said the President should chaos in Viet right track." The,upheavals of the.past few i moment might truly giCe

reject "the.echoes of the past." be voting" on "the peace of the through the litany. not have a substantial interest Nam now would have a sharper -I'Even Johnson, when he was weeks were the worst in theeight more reason for optimism .r

world. Each time Johnson used his in a business regulated by the hold on the American' con- ,president: visited' Viet years that the United It's possible that under this

Using the strongest language I At another point, Johnson! "echo" line, he slammed down federal government.The sciousness.With Nam, shook hands all around States has been giving the South .generalized picture of American i

he.:has..yet applied to his politi-I stopped the show and started his clenched fist like a cheerleader -I the trouble and turmoil 'and was so impressed by Presi- Vietnamese military and economic -:help the decision may have been

caljopponents,Johnson associated -the. music "Hello and the audience chanted White House said there bubbling through the Southeast dent Ngo Dinh Diem that ,he I aid to stand off the Red made for a truly tougher strategy
them with '"reckless facti was the tune by I the with him unison. would be no comment on Miller's -
LyndOn"j phrase in Asian country which the United compared him with Sir Winston guerrillas from the north. against the Reds. But that

iiswhich he described as battlecry that produced "This year" said Johnson, remarks, made at a news States has been trying for eighty Churchill. And this week a Saigon news- remains tobe seen. ZZ
contemptuous, callous, arro- ful doubletake from his audience -"the mighty voice of the American conference in Providence, R.I.
ars to save from Communist .It was hardly an apt'compari-paper, the Buddhists' leading Instead of getting better, ,5
: gant, belligerent and ,careless. at a Democratic fund- will be heard
majority Miller wound up Thursday's take-over, Taylor came home son for the Vietnamese got so publication, accused Americansof picture in Viet Nam has steadily
The President set a Harris- raising dinner: throughout our land, and it will campaigning with a speech to for four days to report on the fed up with Diem's dictatorshipthat triggering the bloody and been getting worse. -_
burg audience of 5,000 cheering "We are a nation of lovers .be heard also around the world. '
he sometimes fatal clashes be.
killed
more than 1,000 persons at a problem.He was in a military The presidential election her
I and chanting Thursday night, and not'a nation of haters." It will be heard saying 'yes' to
dinner in New Rochelle N.Y. talked with President coup which put an officers' tween them and Catholics. is almost two months
accusing his opposition of demanding -: Joining in the"ensuing laughter the future, and saying 'no' to awaj.
Johnson junta in control. That was last And clandestine radio of the
and with congressmen, a Before then events in Viet Nam
that voters "choose a' Johnson waited out a spon- the echoes of the past." He renewed his attack on Sen.
reportedly departing with confi- November, while Lodge was Red guerrillas was calling on be a big talking point J&
may
doctrine that is alien to America taneous musical salute from the He applied this vigorous Hubert H. Humphrey, Demo-
dence in "eventual still there. the South Vietnamese soldiers -
victory. the campaign since Sen.
organist and the biggest burst of Barry
language to his opponents: cratic nominee for vice -
president
I from crowd that This is almost par for the Then in January the juntawas I and civilians to drive Goldwater has been complaining .
cheering a "There are abroad in this that
noting Humphrey
Local AgencyAppointlnents wasa course. tossed out in another coup ,out the Americans. of the way the war there has
him than
interrupted more 40 I responsible land reckless fac- founder of the Americans for
times. tions contemptuous toward the Democratic Action, which Defense Secretary Robert S. by Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh_ Taylor returned to his job Inn been handled. .*

Never during the evening did will of majorities, callous to- Miller described as "a secret- -

Johnson mention his GOP rival ward the plight of minorities, membership organization which $200 SPENT ON COURTHOUSE SQUARE Labor Gives

,TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. Sen. Barry Goldwater. But by arrogant toward allies, belligerent -preaches a philosophy of foreign
I talking about extremism toward adversaries, careless "
a socialistic totalitarianism.
Farris announced the
Bryant hot topic at July's Republican toward peace." Sales Boomit Cheers :r
following appointments to local I'
Masking Tape Big
National Convention and by He said such factions wear Miller will return to Washington -
\, agencies... tonight for the weekend and
I repeatedly saying that his many names espouse many
C. "A Pound Jr. of Gaines- demanded choice of and demand of the vot- resume campaigning next weekin
; opponents a causes I.I By STEVE VAUGHNThe costing between $1 and $2 per would cost to tape the city.. For LBJMIAMI
yule to term the Ala- the Johnson a choice. Texas.
anew on voters sought to ers masking tape economyis roll. One average-size plate We couldn't.)
chua recreation and make his evident.
County target "They demand" he said, booming. glass window can be patched Leo Thomas, president of BEACH (AP) The

water conservation and control Goldwater has said many "that you choose a doctrine thatis Hits Barry With Hurricane Dora's nastiness -neatly with one roll. I Guaranty Federal Savings and Johnson administration-to no-
authority. times that his offers
I candidacy alien to America that hitting town, sellers of With thousands of windows Loan Association said it took body's surprise-is enjoying a,

Freeman Register Jr. of.,the echo.electorate a choice, not an would lead to a tragic convul- the tape which is placed on in town taped at $2 each, sev- 15 rolls at $2 per roll to tape field day in the presidential

Starke to succeed Norman H.I I Johnson at the end of his sion in our foreign relations."It Record On plate galss to retard shattering eral hundred rolls have been the big bank windows. campaign at two big labor con;

Willis as a member of the the word is' a doctrine that invites did a land office businessthis bought and dealers are count- Glass in town was taped ventions on Miami Beach.
speech, adopted
ford County Development Authority extremism to take over our week. President Johnson
"echo" for dramatic effect. Urban Ills ing their dollars. sometimes neatly, sometimes got a roar
,. land. Yesterday the tape distributors Ing endorsement Thursday from
He contended that the voice of There are 200 feet to an aver- haphazardly in squares, circles -
shut down and went home. roll. So figure on several Xes, and often in undis- the United Mine Workers in his
L, Ervin Andrews of Starketo the majority long ago said "It is a doctrine that plays I age
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Their supplies were generally bid to hold the office againstthe
hundred thousand feet of tinguishable
tape I designs
succeed S. L. Peek Jr. as a "yes" to Social Security, the loosely with human destiny resemblingpiles
Hubert H. Humphrey, campaigning wiped out. challenge of Sen. Barry
memBer "f.the Bradford County minimum wage, equal oppor-: that; this generation of Americans to be torn down and thrown of pick-up sticks.

'Development ,Authority. tunity, medical care for the will have no part of it." : in New Jersey, thenation's Tape comes in various sizes, back out."What. I One restaurant gained some Goldwater.

_.. most highly urbanized Johnson's secretary of labor,
-- do with used
.. can you unique advertising by tapingits
-- took Thurs- I
state heavy swings W. Willard bettered his
SPANISH WRITER DIES asked in Wirtz
masking tape? one name the window.At .
day night at Sen. Barry Goldwater's boss two ovations
by standing
MADRID, Spain (AP) Jose downtown store owner whose
the
University of Florida -
Calls Court record in dealing with after he addressed the miners
Barry High urban problems.He Frances y Sanchez-Heredero, 81, windows had been secured. taping was mostly limited and then traveled three miles to
Spanish writer, art critic and Twenty of 25 stores directly
j t to the plate glass in the student -talk to the International AssocIation -
said Goldwater, the Republican secretary-general of the Spanish facing the county courthouse service center and glassin of Machinists.

presidential nominee, Royal Academy of fine arts taped windows. Three added the newer fraternity houses.
Threat to U.S. Government Johnson will even the score
:, has opposed programs for urban died Thursday. plywood facing, and one wentas I Sentiment of the college boys, with Wirtz next Tuesday whenhe

renewal mass transit, public INDUSTRIALIST DIES far as piling! sandbags around i who got out of classes today appears personally before
housing housing aid for the the front. : due to the ;
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. AP) storm was expressed the machinists. The delegateshave
CHICAGO:(AP)'- Sen. Barry 'said. "But the job of keeping the er and reapportionment I and water
: I ver elderly pollution Claude S. Lawson, chairman of Figuring the $2 average per at one house we s ee n his endorsement burning

Goidwatejr:. said! ,today that the law up to date should be in the dicts. control grants. the U.S. Pipe and Foundry Co., window $100 was spent on where "Welcome Dora Rat- holes in their pockets but will

Supep1e.rt, by' not. using hands[ of the legislatures, the I "The decisions are defended, The Democratic vice presidential died of a heart attack at his these fronts alone for tape. (you fink" was inscribed in tape in wait until he speaks to deliver

judicialrestraint, threatens ,our Congress and the common law! implicitly or explicitly, on the nominee described home Thursday. can estimate for yourself what the window. them.

present. system' ,of government courts, not just in the hands of ,grounds that the results are Goldwater as "someone who I ., There has been no questionhow

la X,'speech: prepared for the. nine appointed justices of desirable: that it really isn't the miners and machinists
.
wants his adventures in the
delivery the American PoliticaL -the Supreme Court." good for children to say prayersin of cowboys and Indians." His age Housewives Don't WwDora's Businessmen stood In this campaign. Goldwater .

Science! Assn., the Republi- school, and that it really is ranked along with unem-
Goldwater said today's court audience was 3,000 New Jersey
presidential candidate said: I I desirable to have state legisla- ployment as the chief, target d
differently from those Democrats in state where
a
"I! weigh my words carefully operates I tures, in their entirety appor- I 'Helping Hand9Reports Close Down convention speakers all week.
in the past. more than 88 per cent of the
i
whea.1 say that -> of all three tioned on a one man, one vote Sen. Ralph W. Yarborough,
"Until recent he said, population lives in urban areas.
branches" of government years basis" Goldwater said. j of wind and water boards," she said. D-Tex., got a big hand when he
"the Court itself has
Supreme
today's Supreme Court is the exercised judicial restraint with "Now there is raw and naked After his one-shot Eastern damage were called in frequently In the northwest section one For DoraDowntown told the machinists the Republican

least faithful to the constitutional to acts of Congress with power. trip; Humphrey heads west today to the Gainesville Sun woman complained about a party was out to lift l la

i tradition of a limited government which respect it disagreed but which "The question, under our He stops in Minneapolisand yesterday.One power saw going all night. Gainesville busi- bor's scalp "and bury it in the

,. and to the principle of founded on legitimate system of government, is not then goes on to South Dakota woman irrately exploded -"Why would anyone be sawing: ness was virtually dead yester- shade" of the Republican money

legitimacy in the exercise of were simply what decision Is right where he was scheduled to that radio announcements of wood at 3 a.m.?" she demanded -, day after most store owners tree.

power.." exercise of legislative power. but also who has the right to speak in Watertown, visit Do- 'no damage" were completely to know. closed down to weather effectsof Johnson couldn't attend tneminers'
"But not the Courtof
Twice 'Thursday Goldwater Supreme decide." land, where he spent his boyhood false. One reporter received a tear- Hurricane Dora at home. convention, which is expected -

criticized the court's decision on today! And Goldwater declared: "If and Huron, where some of "Just come to 71st Street on ful call from her young son who Activity in the central busi- to wind up today, but he

reapportionment of state leg- This is the last day of Goldwater's we exalt a 'strong executive' or his relatives live. Newnan's Lake and I'll show said his basketball net had top- ness district was at a minimumwith I tent a special color sound film

islatures. ,Today he was again first week of official a 'strong judiciary' -or, in- returned here immediately you trees down all over the pled to the ground. few cars on the streets. which was projected in the auditorium -

critical of that decision, as well campaigning. He has a speechat deed, a 'strong legislature' at Humphrey -place. One huge oak fell 0 n Only occasional and was almost as
i after his speech, "How I ball?" h pedestrians good if he had been
and play e as there
Rockford, Ill., late today, can ,
of Its verdict in the school prayer the expense of the checks and the roof of a house out here could be seen scurryin -
then it's back to Washington for which was given in a huge asked.A himself.
case. balances of federalism, and the she said. through the blowing wind and
He cited these to illustrate his the weekend before taking his principle of legitimacy in gov- yellow and white striped tent in Another woman on the east good question. How can rain on practically deserted .
drive for the presidency into the Jamesburg, N.J., at the Middlesex one play ball in a hurricane?
is ernment travel from exclaimed "Water is com
contention the court moving we away side sidewalks.

into areas he doesn't think it South next week.Goldwater greatness as a nation. zation's County governor's Democratic day outing.organi- ing up through the ground." NEGRO CLERIC DIES Most businesses were closed WE GOT

should be in. began his speech to She said she was tired of mopping except for four I

"I do not doubt for one minute the political scientists by hittingon "We will move toward the The Minnesota senator said water and her curtains PHILADELPHIA (AP) The newsstands and drug several stores small two II

that law must keep up with the a familiar theme the manipulative state where the Goldwater has demonstratedthat and rugs were ruined. "There'san Rev. Dr. Benjamm F. Glasco
restaurants. All the larger department SO BIG
changing times," Goldwater growth of presidential power forms of federalism remain, but he does not understand"the inch of water in my living 82, the first Negro to be named stores
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shut,
which he says can upset the are ineffective -where govern- mammoth task we face in room and in my neighcor's too. moderator of the Presbytery of down were '

system of checks and balances mental power is concentrated in remaking" U.S. cities. It's; seeping thnugh the bas e- Philadelphia, diet Wednesday. as were most shopping 'CAUSE WE
center stores in the I'II
a few officials who are only areaRutherford's -
PROEANELP.c between the executive, legisla- CHARGE SO
LITTLE
to the Jewelers ;
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government. Repeatedly he has nubile will, and where freedom open but owner George Sandier rent a car from A ':

accused President Lyndon B. is nothing but a campaign I Beauty Takes No Holidaythe said he was in the store
chiefly to catch .CONO-C"71
Johnson of being "power mad." slogan. J up on paper
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GAS said "it is at least as Murder
NATURAL water ,
Migrant pus reported business as usual age of the unexpected holiday. Gas on. Insurance AH Included'"
Cook & Heat Water important that the use of powerbe Apparently Gainesville women both Wednesday and Thursday.. The proprietor of Frances' follish enough to NO DROP CHARGE -
legitimate than that it be WEATHERLY, Pa. (AP) were determined not to let come out in weather like this,"
The proprietor at Walsh's Bar- Town and Country Beauty Salon TO JAX AIRPORT
Low Cost beneficial. State police said Thursday they themselves look like refugees ber Shop said a few customers said some of her customers said one overcoat clad OFFICE AT MANOR MOTE"Phone !
F- I he switched his 'arrested Collette Creighton 47, hurricane the two man, huddled under an awn-
6-5110 And with this from a past ,kept "trickling in" all day decided to come in because the FR 6-3644

attack to the court and its_pray- Fort Pierce in connection with days. both days, and that some of the weather "didn't look so bad after ing.
;the butcher knife slaying of a
About 50 customers kept their .barber shops on the Square remained alL"Other
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& GRACIOUS HOST i Police Lt. Edward Switaj said nine shops that remained open Diedre's Beauty Salon, said because they feared the electric -i

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r'I r I Bryant Sees Dad's Injunction T Ti4t44 Tw ;

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No Need For It OPEN TONIGHT IlL 9 : .

Nixes Wedding ;

"I Race Probe SATURDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8

TALLAHASSEE (APGov.) SAN DIEGO, ) don't feel Russell is pre-
Farris Bryant says there is A San Diego for"marriage,. either eco-
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nothing to investigate in the:professor has or socially," said I

state's role in St. Augustine's integration unique block the legal planned to last month he was:
so if it is undertakenit his 18-year-old to be a drama teach-j
should be a snap. Melvin L. He wanted to go to San Di 2 DAY SALE
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Rep. George Stallings a member Cajon
of ior Court an n.he comes up with this;
the Legislative Investigating -
ding his son, of marriage and emanci
Committee, said the'i taking his from home..This sudden,
group should take a look at also 18, to indicates a pattern of

what the happened race conflict in St. last Augustinein June tial ceremony.The injunction. mind' why changes.I say"they are of the outs Largest Di'splayof Name Brand Appliances! Buy Now and Save 'asyou've

and July. He'said the committee ready."
has agreed to make the in- dence from ,changing leaving father, David S. Lain, never saved before! Easiest terms too!
quiry, but that the time is not
specifically-from he was just concerned for
yet decided. ried. daughter's happiness and
,"I don't know that the com- "I'm not no comment on the marri
mittee is going to have such an marriages," consent."I plans. 11
investigation. The only person just opposed to approved of the engage I 1 1
that has said so, so far as I Russell, is and we are friends of the 116 TWE1GHT 19 1 TV
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know, has been Mr. Stallingsand "He's still
neither the chairman nor we hope he'll want to keep it that''
anyone else in authority has in- derstanding of ." .
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dicated to me that this is goingto view.
be done," he said. Murphy, an Club \
fessor of Social ( S i r I
Bryant said he would have no he and his wife, : It J
objections if it did, and actually not opposed to Party JI
would be delighted but that I
"We like the Exchange Club' has can- .
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he couldn't tell the names of the both
they
biracial committee he appointed -' time to get grow its stag party, scheduled ,
at the height of the conflict I The maneuver at Howard Weems' e 4sd.
to get a truce. young love is place, Tom Hutson, presi-
announced. '
"They could save themselvesa of its kind in I l'
Russell is will be reschedul
a party j
lot of trouble by just comingover
law and can't
during Monday's regular
and talking about it. I
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without parental
would be glad to tell them everything .
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except the names of! t Vf r a4 !
the committee members that I END Of SEASONCLEARANCE Full ZENITH
am bound not to tell." ,

A newsman suggested that the Quality For Only I&,.
investigation might be intendedto
embarrass Bryant, who is: HAND \ :

backing the Presidential President campaign."I Johnson. in I I NOW IN PROGRESS I A A 5 : printed C1i\SSIS production c.rcults" FlrED. NoN I!

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JACK HAND upsetting the Packers in another The Washington Redskins will season, play their first game at ball against the Bears. George but still experimenting.Los dead aim at experimentingOilers.

Associated Press Sports Writer opening day game, 10-3, but be at home to Cleveland's flashy new Shea Stadium home against Halas still having problems with Angeles 21, Pittsburgh 17' .

Paul Hornung will start playing not this time. offense. Baltimore will be at Denver. In the Sunday games attack. Winner of this should go A toughie. Rams have been New York 21, Denver 17 -

for keeps Sunday and the One Opener Minnesota to give the Vikings, Kansas City will be at Buffalo on to Western title. erratic on attack with rookie Jets primed for top-flight effortin

Green Bay Packers will make 5-0 in exhibitions, a stern threat and Boston at Oklahoma. Cleveland 24, Washington 20' Bill Munson doing best job. bow at new stadium, with

the Chicago .Bears pay up for The National Football Leaguehas Detroit opens at San Franciscoand Here's the way it looks from Browns' new air arm, with Steelers have shown little punch Dick Wood in best form of

last year's indignities in the one ,Saturday night opener Los Angeles at Pittsburgh.New here for the openers: (All Paul Warfield added to receiv- into action for a full day. Eagles career. Jets might run it up.
when the highly regarded St
most important game of the games Sunday unless otherwise ing corps, balances Jim and defense not up to par. Buffalo 17, Kansas City 14 -
Louis Cardinals in. the
play
weekend openers in pro football. Cotton Bowl at: Dallas againstthe Money noted): Brown's ground punch. Sonny Detroit 21, San Francisco 7 Bills reverse earlier exhibition

Forget the pre-season exhibi- pass-minded Cowboys. The American Football NFL Jurgensen, Bobby Mitchell and Terry Barr and Gail Cogdill to score by containing Abner

tion game between the two League, buoyed by forthcomingnew Charley Taylor will make it pick on'49ers deep defense while Haynes. Buffalo's home jinx
ancient rivals, won by the Pack- Sunday action in the NFL television money, starts its St. Louis 21, Dallas 13 (Satur- close. Chance for an upset. big rush line gives John Brodie and pass defense chinks give

ers 21.7, this is for real. Vince finds the New York Giants,.who fifth season with two Saturday day night) Cards' Charley Baltimore 21, Minnesota 17 and Georgie Mira a tough day. Chiefs big chance but this

Lombardi and his crew will be beat only Philadelphia in the night games and two Sunday. Johnson throws too many Johnny Unitas is on the beam should be Buffalo's year.

all whipped up for a rugged exhibition season, starting the The defending champion San bombs for the Cowboy. defense. and has a new runner Tony AFL Oakland 21, Boston 7 Al

battle with that savage Bear defense of their Eastern Confer- Diego Chargers will be at hometo Dallas still trying to get organ: Lorick, to help control the ball. San Diego 35, Houston 21 Davis' "Poor Little Raiders"are

defense. ence title against the same Houston in one Saturday ized on offense. 'New York 28, Philadelphia 17 (Saturday night) Chargers red hot again and Patriots

The Bears started on their Eagles at Franklin Field in game and the New York Jets, Green Bay 17, Chicago 7 into action for a full day. ready to start rolling again with haven't even won an exhibition

way to the title last year by Philadelphia. the surprise of the exhibition Hornung and Co. control the Eagles tougher on defense Keith Lincoln and Co. taking game.






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Practices { I r _______________

h4- On Triple Play ,




Can HurtThe 1

By HAL BOCK Kaat had dueled through eight I[five hits one of them Al Ka-

Associated Press Sports Writer innings before Horlen left for a line's 14th homer. I

Gators have missed two days of hard football prac- r ,,7/4i The bases are loaded and :hitter Hoyt Wilhelm finished up I' Pitcher Sonny Siebert and {

tice-back-to-back-and there may be many fans who do not your best hitter is up. He bangs and won it for Chicago. rookie Chico Salmon ripped j

understand why the UF coaches, from head man Ray Graveson into a triple play, but you don't Elston 'Howard crashed a home runs for the Indians and

down .are singing the blues. worry. A run scores on the play three-run homer and that was Don McMahon's tight relief
and that sort of thing happens all Al Downing needed for his protected the victory over the f

It's not exactly the easiest thing to put into words, this only to winners.As 12th victory as the Yankees kept Red Sox. Dick Stuart belted his ,

bit about how rapidly a well-conditioned young athlete. goesto long as Hank Bauer's pace. Joe Pepitone alSO hom 31st homer and Tony Conigliaro ,

flab when normal practice routine is broken up as Hurricane /M'5 W1thl1B Baltimore Orioles are winners, ered for New York. got his 21st, both with a man on I

_Dora has snarled things here. gin he can take the triple plays in Downing limited the Tigers toFriday,5epfem6er for Boston. IS 4 4i

Perhaps the best example can be provided by former Ga- i stride. Especially if they

tor guard Asa Cox, now a local businessman.Cox produce runs. That's what
/ happened in the midst of Balti-

a line standout at both Gainesville High School and more's 12-5 victory over Wash- I

the UF, is short and stocky. In his playing days he handled ington Thursday night.
220-230 trouble. The hard exertion requiredin
with
pounds no
The Orioles had scored eight
a daily football drill, plus the games, made it easy.I b.UIJ runs in the fourth inning and

remember asking Asa one day what happened to his WA looked to be ready for some

weight when the Gators got a day off. He replied, "I .know r//; ', ... .., more in the fifth when Jerry
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it seems hard to believe. But I can put on five pounds." Adair, Luis Aparicio and Boog
Powell opened with consecutive
And that's the bugaboo that haunts the Gator coaches. Eat- ingles. loading the bases.

ing three solid meals a day at training table and with no Poor Weather Conditions Brooks Robinson, who had
11 1954 11
running,, or contact work to get rid of it, the weights can go seven straight hits was the Page

soaring. With each added pound an athlete loses some of his batter.

speed, some of his agility, some of his reflexes.

Hamper Driving VisibilityFIFTH Bounced One
Robinson bounced to
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Coaches Are FrettingSince shortstoo John \
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Florida's with Southern Methodist is only a AND LAST OF A of people have asked me if I There are a lot of things that Adair scored as Kennedy 1 Bryant Looks I

opener coaches SERIESIt's playing the radio hinders my can lull different drivers to flipped to Don Blasingame, who
it's understandable that the are,
week from tomorrow, _
fretting. Chances are, even if the Gators go back to full ( sometimes best to driving on the highway. The sleep on a long drive. Thereis relayed to Joe Cunningham to

work today timing and play execution will suffer leave your car at home. ,Well- radio helps me because it keepsme only one solution for this: complete a double play. But
,
speed
SMU. known stock car race driver alert. However, there are Stop and get a cup of coffee or, Aparicio tried to score too, ancCunningham's With Pleasure
against
David Pearson has this tosay many drivers who can be lull- better yet, stop until you've, throw to catcher

How much damage the layoff has done will not' be known in the fifth and final article ed to sleep. A radio could be had sufficient rest to continue. -Mike Brumley caught Aparicioand

until the results of the opener are in. The UF figured to concerning highway saf very dangerous in this case. Fatigue should never be the produced the American

ety. The series was writtenat And the radio could be dan- cause of an accident. I League's Four first triple play of had the At QuarterbacksBy
season. triple"plays"
the suggestion of Spar. gerous if a driver took his eyes There are many ways to been previously recorded in the
tanburg Police Director Wil- off the road to change sta- drive a car and I'm certainI '
liam T..Ivey, winner of num- haven't National League. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
tions. The same holds true for touched on all of
1, w t erous safety awards him lighting cigarettes. It's best to them. But it's always best to The victory kept the Oriolesone !! While many Southeastern : iimbasteltti'Comerence.
self.) game in front of Chicago, Conference'coaches were bemoaning
make sure there is no traffic be safe. That's for sure.
; which went 10 innings before their football squad'sworkouts
near when doing these things Beginning Safe Driv-
Sunday
By DAVID PEARSON :
nipping Minnesota 3-2, and 1% II Alabama coach Paul
even though you keep your ing Series, for Gainesville and
NASCAR Race Driver
third -York Roundup
New
on place with j
up Bryant was looking pleasure
the road
There's eyes on at all times.GATORS. other areas. _
one thing I'm glad which used home run power to on his quarterback duo of

have its hands full with the Mustangs right from the start.It about in my profession. I drop Detroit 5-2. In the only Joe Namath and Steve Sloan. for the Tide quarterback was
19. don't have to drive in poor other American League game voiced by Georgia coach Vince
could be a long, sticky afternoon on Sept. Such a change-even thoughnot
weather conditions. Fortunately PLAN played Cleveland edged Boston whose
radical-in the attitude of Dooley, Bulldogs open
It also is interesting to note that SMU has scrapped a the National Association for 54. with Alabama.
who hasn't had much
three-team plan for two-platoon football, just as Florida has Stock Car Auto Racing (NAS- Robinson had a big night Bryant good to say about the Tide's After praising his team's defensive -

used from the start of fall drills. The system worked out CAR) forbids races in rain, except for the triple play. He efforts during a scrim-
workouts is interpretedby
lately
quite well in last week's scrimmage for the Gators.A snow or fog. TO GO AT ITIt rapped three singles and a his opponents nothing but mage, Dooley was asked if the

guess here today is that the UF coaches may haveto Not only do weather conditions double in the 17-hit Oriole attack trouble. defense would be enough to

revise game plans for SMU slightly. When a team is be- such as these handicap scoring two runs and I stop Namath. He replied: "I

hind schedule, chances of victory more often hinge on superior visibility but they also add will be almost like starting over today for Flori- knocking in two. "We" moved the ball pretty don't think any defense in the

play defensively and a sound kicking game.It other dangers to highways da's Gators. Two days of Hurricane Dora's high winds Sam Bowens contributed a well, said Bryant after the country is that good.

which would normally be safe :and heavy rains have set back practice& _immeasurably_ _n_________., .. three-run homer in the Orioles' session that saw Namath complete As several SEC teams
may be, if the offense shows a tendency to sputter to drive on at 65 miles an hour. Coach Ray Graves feels. big inning and also had a run. touchdown tosses to Hud down drills from two to cut
early against the Mustangs, that the Gators will rely on their son Harris and Wayne Trimble one a
expected strong defensive units and the punting tricks of Weather changes the surfaceof The Gators got outside for muscle, is almost well; and scoring double.the Milt Pappas into,and Sloan ,score on short runs day, many coaches said they

Hal Seymour and Steve Spurrier.I'm hazardous highways and thus conditions.creates ,'some running in the mud Thurs- kicker Hal Seymour, virus; and 'his parlayed 15th victory heavy and seventh support in a and scoring pass to Frank :were having their troubles.

sure no fan is going to kick about how the Gators handling day. They plan to go. at it hot place-kicker Jimmy Hall, pulled Canterbury. I Offensive Mistakes
Under such conditions, there
win that opener if the tactics result in a victory. is' only one thing that can be and heavy today. hamstring muscle, both are row.Ron Hansen rifled his 17th More Praise Coach Ralph Jordan of Au-

done for safety purposes. Sacrifice Graves said today that the better. homer- of the season off loser Bryant also had praise for burn said his team made offen-

Caught on the RunSMU a little time to insure Saturday's scrimmage will be Jim Kaat lathe. 10th inning for Canterbury and another sophomore sive mistakes they haven't been
full scale
scrimmage, orig- making and didn't
you'll make your destination. complete with Southeastern Chicago's victory over Minnesota. ,. John Mosley. handle puntsas

has a sophomore trackman, a hurdler, who runs like inally planned Saturday after- Conference officials, will start Hansen's shot came on a 3-0 And even as Bryant said they should.

the wind and is trying for a split end post. His nameis Poll Off noon at 1:30, will go on as at the game time of 1:30 p.m. pitch. good things about his first-team Tennessee ended two a day

Dickey Fluker and he's no "fluke." He did the mile in If the visibility and road surface scheduled. It is to be the Ga- for the SMU contest (the early Sox starter Joel Horlen and signal caller Namath respect practices. "Hal Wantland did a

5:13, with equipment. Mustang coach Hayden Fry makes his are extremely hazardous, tors' last heavy session be- start is due to regional television better job of throwing- the bal)..*
mile and backs must do 5:55, linemen 6:25.: pull well off the road and wait coach
gridders run a fore the opener here next ), and will be a secret one. Doug Dickey said,
There are some fancy relations on the SMU club this until the conditions have changed. week with Southern Methodist. American League Boxes' "but I am still not please

season. Tommy and Ronny Caughran are brothers as are If it is a normal rainstorm, Next week the Gators will with the team's overall execu-

Norman and Ronnye Medlen. Dean and Don Ferguson are turn your lights on and proceedat Boon to InjuredThe spend much time polishing timing tion of passing."

TWIN brothers. And there are Mike and David Moore, no a slow rate of speed. two-day layoff was a boonto play execution and the fine CHICAGO MINNESOTA _NEW YORK DETROITab Kentucky Coach Charles

kin at all. The Caughrans are backs, the Medlens play center During this series, I've triedto the injured. Back Larry Du- points of offense and defense. H'shb'g'r 05010 r k M Kindall ts abrbbi 4000 Kubeck is liar 5 0 b 21 bi Wert 3b a':3010 r k W. Bradshaw sent his Wildcats

and tackle, Don Ferguson is a tackle, Dean a back. write about some of th e I pree recovered from tonsilitis, I Graves may institute a night Robinson rf 5 0 21 Rollins 3b 4000 Rich'(Ton. 2b 5 0 B 0 Ltmpe,2b 3100 through light drills and gave

And of all the names on SMU's roster, there's one that things not usually covered in back Allen Trammell eased the session to make up for the loss Hansen Skowron u Ib 4 4121 0 0 OKillebrew Oliva rf 114010 4000 Marls Mantle cf If 3100 3100 ac.line.rt Demeter Ib 3112 4000 them a "pretty fair" grade on

really brings back memories. The Mustangs have a 6-4, %19- driving handbooks and safety pain of shin splints, tackle of practice time this week. McCraw ID' 0 0 0 .H.llcf 4000 Howard C 41 1 :1 Freehan e 4000 defense.
Ward 3fc>> 4 01 Allison Ib>> :3010 Lopez rt 3000 Brown.H 3000 pass
pound fullback, sophomore. His name: John Kimbrough. pamphlets. There are many Dennis Murphy, with a ruptured Nichols'n H 2000 Battey c 4010 Pepitone It 4131 Thomas cf 4020 I Louisiana State
Landis d 1010 Kostro 20>> 10 0 0 Boyer 3D 4120 M'AfUf ft 4510 coach Charles I
things that I have missed, I'm blood vessel in his leg, is Transfer Soph Weis 2b :3000Coryl2 :3000 Downing p 311 S Aguirre p 2000 McClendon, cutting down to i
Cafrton c :3010 Kilt p 2111 Wood ph 1000 one
sure. healing; defensive safetyman Martin c BOOS :drill a day, was disappointed in
MCj&T nil'; :
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World workout. "I
I To Quarterback Long ph 1000Totals expected a little I-
35 21 2 Totals 1 41 New Yak 3000M2M Ibis
22 Detroit ...............101200 east more spunk," he said, thoughhe
Cnicag .. .. ...__.... Ml tt'a OM 1-2 '
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For HurricanesMIAMI Minnesota ............... ooo on ooo o-iE E' None. Of Detroit 1. LOB was pleased with Pat t
New York 4. Detroit 7.
Screen's
-Ward. DP-Chicago 3. MInnesota 1.LOBChicago HR Howard (13). Pepitone (22). passing. .J
To Be UniqueBy 0. Minnesota 1.28Ba..ey. Kaline (14). SB Boyer. S Downing. Praised Fullback
AP) Two underclassmen Ward. HR-Kaat, Hansen. IP H R ERBBSODowning
I likely will quarterback SB-Allison.. S-Hansen. Weis. ,*, 12-7 f S 2 2 4 Coach Paul Davis of Mississippi -
IP H. ERBBSO Agvirre. 1.. H. 4 V3 7 5 5 1 2
for Miami next week in its sea Horlen .. ...... 0 1 1 1 1 Wadding .?,...-...231 0. 0 0 0 State praised fullback Bob
"" "! lies' park for two games, and NATIONAL LEAGUE Wilhelm, W ,./ 2 0 0 0 1 1K.at. Rakow 2 1. 0 1 1 by Jones for his work in Thursday's
AMERICAN LEAGUEW.. ,. 1 son opener against Florida L, 14-0 .10 I 2 2 '2 5HBPB. HBP Ry Aguirre (Marts. Balk
NEW YORK (AP-The 1964 to the Amer L Pd. G. W. L Pd. G.B. .
move immediately State. K++t, Landis. T-l-ii. A-4 Downing. T 2:00. A 7,47. drill.
Baltimore IS 57 J" Philadelphia U 54 .400 -
World Series will be unique in at lean League park for the next Chicago IS 5* .590 1 St. Louis n n .557 4 470. BALTIMORE' WASHINGTON Tulane, preparing for defend-
New York S2 57.500 146 I Cincinnati 71 42 .557 a ]
Coach Charlie Tate said brkbiBfg m 4000
and possiblyin junior Night Game me
least one respect,
San Francisco 7*
three games. Detroit 75 M .524 10V4 43 .554 a BOSTON CLEVELANDabrbbi Adair 2 4221 Cottier 2b 1000 ing national champion Texas,
two. Los Angeles 7470.314 12 Milwaukee 72 61 .514 12 college transfer Rick Swan abebbi .Aparicio u 3121 Zlmmer 36 4123
,
71 JOO 14 Pittsburgh n 41 Jit worked on goal line defense
Minnesota 71 uviLos
travel if If one team were to win four Cleveland 70 n .At, 14H Angeles 70 70 JOT14 and sophomore Bob Bfletniko Jones 2b 4010 Salmo.1 rf :3211 Powell If 1".lOngrf 4221
be day
There will no Mantilla ss 4120 Howser ss 3110 Blair d 0000 Lock cf 4031 against Longhorn plays. Coach
f
Midwestern straight in the best four-out-of- Boston 62 II434 23V4Wash. Chicago u 74 US7 20 will both be quarterbacking on Ywtr-skl cf 410 0 WMtfleM Ib 4 .1 1 B.R'l'n 30 5242 Klrkfand K' 4000 .
Houston SO
Eastern or only .319 30 14 .401 27
only M U Tommy O'Boyle noted
Stuart Ib 4122 Wagner if :3011 Bower rf 4224 Curt-ham IS>> 4000 improvement -
teams are involved, breakingthe seven the Series could end on Kansas City 51 t* J44 33 New York 4 n .340 3V4 a "near even basis." Both would Thomas rf 4010 Arm 3b 4000 Johnson Ib 5110 Brumley c 3100
Saturday. If the Series is be- Yesterdays Result Yesterdays Results play he said. Smith u 4 C 0 0 Romano r :3000 Brandt d 4131 Kennedy u 40 1 0Orstao
of recent and Baltimore 12. Washington 5 Philadelphia 5. St. Louis 1 4121 Krevtzcr 0000rappes
pattern years Malzone 3b :I" 0 0 Fnncn'a.ph 1 0 1 0TDImM c p Vanderbilt
tween the Chicago White Sox New York 5 Detroit 2 Chicago 4, Houston 3 c :3110 Aicwe c 0000 P 5101 1000 players got their
refuting, says CommissionerFord and the Cincinnati Reds or Sl Chicago 2, Minnesota, 1.11 Innings Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 6 "Time and competition ,wiD Lamabe p 2000 Oavalilla d 11 2 SC'nlgi'ro PilPph 0100 first look at Georgia Tech's
Cleveland 5 Boston .
4
that Milwaukee New York iSM Rudolph: B 1000Vartmo
the contention ph 1 1 12 Held 2t :3000Siebert
Frick, Louis Cardinals there also will Only games scheduled Francisco S. Los Angeles 1 ten the story of our quarterback: p :3112 ph 1010 plays run by the "B" team in
the travel day was inserted in Todays Santa .' Totals 33 414 Totals Talals 41 1*17 10 Total* 32503'
,30155
Todays Games situation Tate said. All America
be day.Representatives. I Kansas City Segul 1-.. and Odum NIt ... ...... light workout.
the Series program just to no open Baltimore 2.3. 2, fwt-night Bunker 154 and Vineyard Cincinnati Lemasivr Mod.l3f 13-11. night at Milwaukee Georgia Mira dominated the ,......M.........,............. 201 ON 020-4 Was Baltinnn..fte. *.-............... 020 101 020 II10M on-12 5
awM+ 200030 Ota-*
television of the three -
York Mallard 0-11 at Us
assure a Sunday Kra- New Angeles until his i
Chicago Peters 14 at Cleveland position graduation.Tate E=Kirkland. DP-Baltimore \f Washbigton
closely bunched American lick 11-5. night Reed 23.Law night 10-12 at Houston Notte- I E-None. DP-Boston 1. Cleveland 2. 1. Triple play-Kennedy. BlasM- Powless Wins
game. Minnesota Arrigo 7-4 at New York Pittsburgh LOB-Boston 2. Cleveland S.2B game Cunningham and Brumiey. LOB-
Thus, if the Series is betweenthe League teams White Sox Bouton 15-12. night ,PNladelptBennett bart e-lfl. night 10-12 at San Francisco said halfback Russell I I -Mantilla. TiUman, DavalUlo. HR- Baltimore 7. Washington S. ; ..
Philadelphia Phillies of the Yankees, and Orioles met inl Washington Daniels 7-10 at Detroit Marlchal 17-4 nightSt. Smith appeared recovered from Stuart (311.. Conigliaro (21). Sitbert (2). 28-B. Robinson. --. Aparicio. KANSAS CITY (AP) Joha
$Oavalilto.
Wlckersham 17-10 Salmon (3): Brandt Lock 2. 38-Lock. HIt-Bowens
I
National League, and the Baltimore -Flick's office Thursday with the Los Angeles Newman 11-1 it B s10nMonbouque..e glio Louis 7-11 Gibson 14-10 M Chicasi Bra his muscle injuries and would I IP H R E. B1 SO (20). Ztmmer (II). King (11). Powless, Madison. Wis., defeated .

Orioles or New York four National League'contend.. Saturdays M3, night Games Saturdays Games be at top speed Sept 19. ,Tate Lamabe Ritchie ,.U12...... ....,5 2 45 1":1 J 1 :3: i Pappav W, 15-5 .. *IP H S It 5 ERBBSO J t 5 Dick Berger, Key West, 6-2J;
Phillies I Kansas City at Baltimore, N New York at Los Angeles. N probably hopes so. FSU Spanswlck........ MOO r 2 0 Kreutzer ......-... 22-2. 2 J 1 1Ridzlk. i 6-0 in the first round
Yankees of the American ers, the front-running Minnesota at New York Philadelphia at San Francisco Hefmer .... ...... 2-310 S S 2 L.S-I ..... 2-3 2 4 4 2 0 Thursday I
the Series will start plus the Reds, Cardinals, and Los Angeles at Boston Cincinnati at Milwaukee trounced Miami 24-0 last year.I Siebert. W, U ... 11-3' 4 4 0 7 Hannan .......... 13-37 J 4 1 0 of the Heart of America interna.
League, Chicago Cleveland St. Louis at Chicago ,McMahon ........12.32 0PB 1 S 1 Rudolph .......... 3. 3. 1 I 1. 1
Wednesday, Oct. 7, in the Phil- San Francisco Giants. .I Washington at Detroit Pittsburgh at year. -Romano. 7-2:30. A-3X70. Kline .........,... 1 1" 1 0 0 I tional tennis tournament. r=



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V. r"Otz:: A tJ..f01'1).tA'1"JJORMAtY MURRAY CHASS a triple to the right field bullpen 'Cincinnati and San Francisco.I I and Deron Johnson for two

I Associated Press Sports Writer"I I bringing in Tony Taylor
I R&QUIK& A. defeat would have moved runs. The last run came acrosson
'% ._._ S A7ROIJA5W1L4. feel I'm better and Ruben Amaro with the first
Weather permitting, Gainesville probably have an hour and 15 -. a pitcher
force
a play.
6AMe the
COVERfl4E Cardinals to within four
High School is to hold its minute session," he said. P1S'1AN&e ?INC YOU than the batter is a hitter," says: two runs of a live-run outbursDidn't .

wrapup Purple and White I The planned scrimmage for 1 MUft"( I'fI-1 'J H'I EJc1;. Chris Short. SufferShort's games of the top with the Phil- Billy Pierce, making his first

games at 7:30. tonight at Citi- Saturday morning probably will A J..ONG1 XP1.O4O'4.PIANrFFFIpd The Philadelphia ace proved I lies facing an important three- start of the season, allowed six

zens Field.It ,be canceled, Gutierrez said. ANP APPKESS+1J.Y" his point again Thursday but didn't suffer.pitching He held, meanwhile the Cardinals game series starting in San hits before needing relief help

"Our field likely will be too PAi.IN rn; NaRMAL this time went one step further.' Francisco tonight No one has
,
will be the last big scrim- i to six hits while strikingout from Jim Duffalo in the eighth
wet. If we can't scrimmage, P05/"rlON Wh'11'rG He showed he was a better been as close as four games
session for the 'Ca n e s Ct.V8FACP 12 and walking one. Pierce
OP4'NPP 3-0
mage inning. singled
hitter than all of behind
we'll work inside the St. Louis Philadelphia since Aug.
again. .
WPrJlIi" 5HO WItt.FAPi
al 'I ,
prior to their season's opener The victory was his 16th he
At Newberry, Coach Arc hie ,,'%4 : so AIM /.PP7: batters combined by driving 15. across the last Giant run in the
Jacksonville next week rgainst losses him
,Bankston said his Panthers have ;4 d "TN$%1T4Al2vg ct.t8ACK home the first two runs in the I has seven' tying seventh. Jim Hart cracked his
Lee's Generals. 6t.n.Y OariPF. with Jim Bunning as the team's Blank PittsburghThe
drilled in the gym two days, 4/N''A FVt. gACKa. National League-leading Phil- 27 homer, a two-run blast, in
There is a possibility, how- 'mainly on conditioning. 5W/Nt;. lies' 5-1 victory over the Cardi winningest pitcher. The south- Reds blanked Pittsburgh San Francisco's first inning.

ever, that the contest may be nals. paw's earned run average 3-0 Friday night while the

put off until Saturday if the Playing Well Short in fact belted two hits 1.89.is. second only to Sandy Giants knocked off Los Angeles Larry Jackson became the
,
heavy rain continues throughout. Bankston said guard Billy .- and in Koufax' 1.74 among NL pitch-) 5-1. Milwaukee nipped New majors second 19-game winner,
a key triple a single -
the day. ,Martin was playing well in practices four times at bat. York 7-7 and Chicago edged scattering eight hits before

before the bad weather. ers.Short's over-all performance Houston 4-3 in National League needing relief help from Lindy
The hurler
26-year-old came
Little Work to work outside afternoon McDaniel in the ninth inning.
Newberry plans
have had little -i # S.uNd Ail ctCSG'BHINP to the plate in the second inning was particularly vital becausethe games.
The 'Canes today if it stops raining. "Oth S -. "mJii with at first and third victory boosted the Phillies' Johnny Callison's two-run Three Runs
runners
work the past two day, Coach erwise, we'll be inside again t / ...._ AAU ,4' ii'5,4v.p
Niblack revealed. A gym PKM'TS.rK and one out. He promptly lashed. lead to six games over St. Louis, homer climaxed the Phillies' The Colts rocked Jackson,
Jim Bankston
said.
"We're behind
Is the only -:-'w, tigC HAHPWI1'H early, but winning rally, which who has lost 10 times, for three
session Thursday schedule but I -me K/8H'r.
have gotten to- guess everybodyelse __ --:: .HANPANPK.P P was aided by errors by Ken runs in the sixth, but the Cubs
time the players is too.
Boxes
I
Tuesday. 4 wsr F 41e I National League Boyer and Dick Groat. .The rallied for three runs in their I
gether since The Sun unable to make
was
,
N A-r
w'w J Cardinals scored their lone run half of the inning. Ernie Banks J
.AMMcr.
contact with .usr
There will be an admission telephone other / V Night Game ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA, allrhbi in the second on a walk to Boy. doubled across two runs and J
coaches in the due LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO abrbbl
Cost area to the '
charge for the squad game. ab b b Flood If 4010 RoIlS cf 400 0 single by James
.i abrhbi r er, a Charley later scored on a wild pitch by
,, .
phone situation.McKinley. eM&4...& : .000-Power Ib .11 1
will be $1 for adults and 50 emergency Wills II 5010 M.Alou If 4110 Brock W
and Bill White's double.FinHitter
T'cewskl 3b 4000Hart3b 3112 Gnat ss '4OOICaIi0tFf 312 reliver Hal Woodeshick.The i
cents for students.P. I W.Davis cf 4llMayscf 4010 Boyer :3b 3100 Allen 3b 400
T.Davis If 4 0 I 0 McCovey rf 4 0 1 0 James rf 4020 Johnson If 3000 Braves snapped a 4-4 tie i
was forced Howard 3000 Cardenal rf 1000 White Ib 3011 H'rrnsfn 0000
K. Yonge again Fairly pMb 0000 Cepeda 1b 5230 Javier 2U 3 OlD Taylor 26 411 a I Bob Purkey, 10-8, pitched a against the Mets in the eighth i
inside Thursday for a gym work- About Roseboro c 4010 Halter c 4020 Uecker 300 Trlandos c 402 I
Gutierrez raid. Optimistic Parker UHf 4000 Lanier 2b 3101 Sadeckl p 1000 Amaro ss 410 a five-hitter against the Pirates. inning on Lee Maye's fourth

out, Coach Mike Griffith Oliver 2b pti 2000 1010 Pierce Davenp't p ss 4021 3 0 2 0 Warwick Stiezio ph ph 1 1010 0005hortp 412 2 The Reds scored all of their straight hit, a single, and Rico. I

45 Minutes Ortega 0000 Totals 31 161. Tctals 34393 runs in the sixth inning. Bob Carty's 17th homer. Felipe Alou

minuteson Reed p 1010 St. Louis .......... ......010 000 000-1 Friend hit Pete Rose with doubled home what turned out
"We worked about 45 Chances for National Walls ph 1000 Philadelphia ............. ... 050 ooo OOxE a
conditioning," he said. "We Title Monnph Totals 34171 1000 Tolals 335134 -Groat 2. Boyer. Javier, Ue ker. DP pitch, then gave up singles to to be the winning run in the I'

practiced ball handling, CEnters Los Angeles ....ooo 001 000-1 -Philadelphia Louis 4, Philadelphia 2, St. 7.Louis 1. LOB-St.. Vada Pinson, Frank Robinson ninth.

to quarterbacks; talked on Saa Francisco ..- 201 000 70x-S 2B-Whlt.. 3B-Short. HR-Calltson
of the ad that By WILL GRIMSLEY and defending champion\ Rafael The other two quarter.final E-Howard, Parker Davenport. DP- (26).
fine points game Osuna of Mexico. Los Angeles 1. LOB-Los Angeles t, San IP H R EH BBS '
was about it." FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) tests today matched a quartet ot Francisco 13.23Roseboro. Sadecki L 14-10 .4 5 5 t lCueller 1 $172,726.80 Twin Double
_...........
HR-Hart 3 2 0 0 1 i
Gutierrez said he expectedthe For the third straight year Carol Hanks, a scrappy St. Americans, making} possiole an W. Davis (11). Cepeda.S-Ortega. SP.- nf'i: Humphreys __..... 1 1 0 0 0 1 !
Wave would have tu workin Chuck McKinley is within two Louis miss, knocked out me All-American final Sunday.: IP H R ER BIUO Short, W...14-7 ..__ ., 6 1 1 I IiT2:13. :

the gym again today. "We'll steps of the National Tennis second seeded player, No. 6 Ann Third-seeded Billie Jean Moffit' OrtegL Reed .L.....6-8........31-32. 22-3 8 0 3 0 3 2 1 ;1 1 A1.,552MILWAUKEE Won by 22-Year-Old Man

Championship, and this time he Haydon Jones of England, 7-5,2- of Long Beach, Calif., plays R. Miller W, .30.......... 723 2 6 3 1 2 1 2' 1 3 3 2 abrhbl NEW YORK abrh bl ,

thinks he may go all the way. 6, 8-6, and went into the semifi- Nancy Richey of Dallas, No. 5. Pierce Duflalo ....;.'R: 1Ji ,e: ':-2:0 AS.1 A-2wPPierce Maye Alou rf cf 5240 5122 M'Mlllan Kanehl 2b ss 4131 511 0 WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) eighth race and seven In the !

"I feel that I've been improving .nals against defending cham- Karen Hantze Susman of San 20879. Mathews 3b: 4 1 2 0 Ch'toph'r rf 3 0 0 1 Robert Froner, his wife of four ninth," he said. "I was standingby
Hlckman
Torre 4111 cf 4011
I c
I with every match," the pion Maria Bueno of Brazil, a 6- Diego, No. 11, faces Carole HOUSTON CHICAGO Carty If 4123 Smith If 400 0 months, his in-laws and two the escalator in the last race
4 6-1 victor ab r fc bi Cline cf 0000 C'obrgo C 311 I
over Robyn Ebbernof Caldwell Graebner of Santa abrhbi
Roosevelt and when headed into the
friends drove out to they
thick-legged acrobat from San 4010 Stewart ss 3110 Oliver Ib 4000 Elliot ph 111 0
GHS Kasko ss
Squad I Antonio, Tex., said today. "I am Australia. Monica, Calif., No. 9. Fox 2b 5120 0000 Williams Burton cf If 3003 3110 I Menke Kolb 2b ss 4000 4110 Graham Kranep'l 3b Ib .3000 1 1 2 Raceway in a 1956 Oldsmobile stretch and I knew that Roslyn J,
-- Murrell "
very optimistic about Spangler pr If 5121 Santo 3b 4110 Woodw'd 2h 0000 Gonder ph 100 0 Thursday night. J. was in front I just prayed.
my
To Be FetedThe chances of winning the title." THIS WEEKEND Aspro'te Bond Ib 3b 4010 alllBankslb Gabr-ls'n rf 2 4122 0 C 0 T'fenauer Bla'game p p 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 Altaian Ribant p ph 311 101 0 1 They could have used a Froner, his wife Mary, his in-
Gaines If 4011 Cowan i ct 2010 Totals M 7 12 i Totals W 6 10 6 laws, Mr. and Mrs. Gaspari laci
McKinley, the nation's No. :1 Hardy cf 4000 Campbell 4010 Milwaukee ...."......... 000 310 021-7 Brink's Truck to get back to Dominick
l0000erteiIC 4010 New ... .......,..... and Mr. and Mrs.
Gainesville High School ranked but fourth seededin Grote : York 002 200 Oil-i their Brooklyn home.
player Roberts ph 1000 Jackson p 3010 Cardile all of Brooklyn had bet
Quarterback Club will honor this tournament, entered the Foursome Vies Johnson Llllls ph p 3000 1 OOC I York E -1. Kolb.LOB -DP Milwaukee- Milwaukee 4, New 1. York New Froner, a 22-year-old archi- on War,Haven $17.70 in,the sixth

members of the GHS squad at semifinals Thursday by beating Totals 36 3 8 3 Totals 32 4 t 2 4. 2B Torre Alou Rlbanr. Elliot. tectural draftsman who was
38 Carty. McMillan. HR Alou (7)), race and The Operator, $18.40,
6:30 tomorrow night at the left-handed Roger Taylor of Houston ........ .. ......... ooo 003 coc-3 Carty (17), Kranepool (9). SF Christo- trying his hand at the Twin the seventh. Their mammoth
Chicago .....,. ... ........ 001 003 C34 pher. in
cafeteria. 13-11 9-7 6-1.
school England In Golf SeriesBy I IP H R ERBBS Double for only the second time victory was completed when
DP Chi-
president of His E-Kasko Banks Campbell. Bl'game W. 5-4 7 2-3 IS. 0 3
is
Tom Hanssen, opponent Saturday an rode off with the biggest payoffin
cago 1. LOB-Houston 9. Chicago 7. T'fen'uer ..... 1132 1 0 1Rlbant. Don Roberto, $75.80 won the
the club, said varsity griddersand old rival, Roy Emerson of: -Spangler, Fox Stewart, Banks. 2B L. 1-3 ...1 11 7 7 0 2 TD history $172,726.80.
SpangleS SStewart.IP. Fisher ......... 1 1 0 0 0 1 eighth and Roslyn J., $17, took
players in the junior high Australia. H R ERBBSO Ribant faced 1 man In 9th. The who has been
JIM BECKER youngster, the ninth. The winning numberswere
Lema .
has been playing the Johnson, L. 10-15. 5 7. 3 1 3
program are invited, along with They have another date later I AKRON Ohio (AP-Almost Woodeschick .,. 3 9 0 0 1 2 T 221. A 94.47. married only four months, said 4-1-8-8.
this month in the Davis Cup poorest golf, comparatively of:Jackson W. 19.10 8 2 3 8 3 3 3 5
their parents. I everything has arrived for the any of the four champions McDaniel 3. Johnson faced 3 men In 6th. he had taken his fatherinlaw'sadvice I The winner works days and
Graves, head Florida Challenge Round at Cleveland.. WP-Woodeshlck. T-2:08. A-1.572. Tops LeagueHAIR the last two
Ray World betting races
Emerson advanced Thursday Series of Golf except the recently Palmer, who capturedthe ,attends college at night. He said
coach, will be the speaker for money and it is on the way Masters back in April also Night Came after the 4-1 combination had the group had visited Roosevelt

the event. with a 13-11, 8-6. 6-2 triumphover air mail special delivery.The tied for second in the PGA and CINCINNATI abrhbl PITTSBURGH atrkbl: With 514 Set left[ him with 42 live tickets many times before but had bet

The GHS club will announceits fellow Australian Tony has been Ruiz 3b 4000 Bailey 3b 4000 after the first half of the twin. the Twin Double for the first
consistent 4010
Roche. winners of golf's four a factor on Rose 2b 3120 Virdon ef '
regular-season schedule of titles the tour of late. Pinson cf 41 1 CI'mente rf 4010 3000 Norma Weseman topped thElla's ''We wheeled six horses in the time Monday night and lost.Color .
later McKinley and Dennis Ralston major Arnold Palmer, Robinson rt 4111 Lynch If
meeting and speakers at a Johnon If 4011 Stargell Ib 4020 Ceramics league at Palm -- -- --T .i
date Hanssen ,said.IS. i., Bakersfjeld, Calif;,::.. wrestedthe Ken' VenturiTony Lema and< Nichols, the PGA titlist, is at Coleman Ib 3001 Mazer'ski 2b 3 0 0 0 Lanes with a 514 seriej. Mae

Cup from the Aussies last Bobby Nichols will square off the top of his game. He has a I Edward Keough rt C 1000 1000 Alley Pagl'roni ss c 2000 3010 Hill had 503 and Jeanne Leland

year but they figure to have a in the 36-hole television special tendency to run in streaks and Coker 3OlOMotaph 1000 "

Baseball'sTop tough: time keeping it from an Saturday and Sunday at the may be on one. C'rdenas Purkey p ss 4000 4020 Schofield Friend p ss 2000 0000 rolled 493.Mary .: :;: ..,:>_ .

improved Australian team In Firestone Country Club course. Burgess ph 1000 Kelly had a 189 high ;. .. .. .
-c.
Venturi the comeback Totals 35353 Totals 31035 ... ."' :
storyof while Tean No. 5 roll I'
Cleveland Sept. 25-27. They began into Cincinnati ................. 000 M3! 000-3 game .
drifting town the ,
Ten The No. 2 Aussie, Fred Stolle past several years in golf Pittsburgh .......- ......... 000 000 000-0 ed a 1699 series and a 612 top <.::>
..
Thursday and were scheduled to since he the
won U.S. Open in DP Cincinnati 1. ICB-Cincinnati .
E-Rose. game. .
played Ralston, America's other play their first practice round the blazing heat of Washington 6, Pittsburgh 5.2B :;; '

AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. singles player in the quarterfinal today. The last six holes of the in June has played beautiful Clemente.-Rose, Cardenas Pagliaront. S- Splits were made by Jaunita ; .;:
Player Club Nafier 5-7-9 Cathy Leho, 3-7-
today at the West Side ;
IP H R EPBBSO
Ollvi Mln Ul 595 103 192 .323 practice round will be on cam- golf all
Freehan Det 126 452 64 138 .305 Club. The winner must take on summer. Purkey W, 108 .. 9 S 0 0 0 6 10; Dot Nero 5-8-JD; Jeanne Leland -
Bal 143 537 72 163 .304 era in a dry run for the televi. Friend, L, 12-16 8 7 3 C 0 4
Mantle B. Robinson NY 124 404 74 122 .302 the survivor of the match be- sion show and Blass 1 1 0 0 C 0! 0 5-7; Mae Hill, 5-8-10; and
1M 526 7"; 158 .300 Saturday Sunday. HBP-By'Friend (Rose). PB-Coker. T A
KC 5-7.
Causey tween Britain's Mike Sangster Mary Kelly
Howard NY "7 4" 4? 139 .300 Anita Lee -2:18. A-4.993.
Robinson Chi 123 4S7 71 137 .300 Walter Schwimmer a Chicago this
Yastrzemskl Bsn 134 SM 69 149 .295 television producer who devised one
Kaline Det 127 456 67 134 .294
Bressoud Bsn 139 508 77 149 .293 SPORTSMAN'S'WASH this World Series two years ago, Paces ,
RUNS
HOME
LoopAnita
also arrived but he forgot to
Klllebrew, Minnesota. 45i Powell. Baltimore -
34; Stuart. Boston 31J Colavito. bring the
money.
EStt
Kansas City. 3U Wagner, Cleveland, & Lee rolled a 480 serieson
30; Allison. Minnesota 30; Oliva. Minnesota green.
---- First prize is $50,000 and .
30; Mantle. New York :0 of
RUNS BATTED IN WASH BASH4'OR second $15,000. Others console games 144, 184 and 152 to ,,

ton.Klllebrew.99; Wagner Minnesota., Cleveland 103; 93 Stttrt.: Mantle Bos-, BACK PACKERSA themselves with$5,000 each. pace latest action in the Pintop- -

New York 95; Colavito, Kansas City Bowling League.
pers
'*" PITCHING "We give honest to gosh

12 Decisions checks on this show," Schwim. Lyn Johnson followed with a

Bunker. Baltimore. 15-4. .789 Chance, mer said. "No fakes. You can 445 series and Flo Wooten
Los Angeles, 18-6 .750; Papp-. Baltimore post
15-5. .750 Ford New York|, 14-4, take them out and cash them.
.700 touch, Detroit, 16-7 .696. ed a 444. Margaret Scott recorded :
Only trouble is I forgot to bring
NATIONAL LEAGUE the checks." high game of 207..
Player Club G AB R H Pet. _
Clement. Pgh 134 542 13 m J43 Combined Insurance Co. had _
Carty Mil 111 371 59 123 .332 Schwimmer hastily dispatched __
Williams CM 140 561 86 184 .321 a request for four, high team series with 2,214, followed -
Aaron Mil 133 533 *8 173 .325 _
Torte Mil 133 515 79. 163 .317 SQUARE YARD OF PLASTIC checks from his Chicago office by Campus Beauty Box ___
Allen Santo Phi Chi| 140 139 543 519 104 7 163 170 .314.313 I CLOTH MAY BE USED TO UNE and anticipated they would at 2,198 and Team No. 8 with I '

Brock StL 133 544 V4 168 .309 A SMALL BASIN DUG IN THE arrive by air mail special deliv- -
Hunt NY 124 466 59 144 .309 GROUND. IT WILL. HOLD WATER 2,176. MW .
Robinson Cln 134 484 92 148 .306 WARM ENOUGH FOR WASHING ery; long before the final putt is 1mi .' .,. k

HOME RUNS DISHES OR CLOTHING; POUR IN holed for the cameras on Sun PINTOPPERS
Mays San Francisco. 41; Williams. Chicago
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Leaves Bradford
BUZZ MIXSON last night in the northern partof

Sun Area Editor the county. He agreed to rr.t. x
TRENTON Gilchrist Coun- take a ride around the county .
) ty was relatively calmweath-with this reporter to check: OP xx9at.W

erwise and temperament wise any possible crop damage or Utilities
yesterday afternoon, as a flooding. DisruptedBy
weakened Hurricane Dora made Yelvington observed that, except -
her way across the northern for high winds and a lot of

part of the state. rain, Dora had not made muchof Few people were seen on the an impression on G i 1 christ
Sun Staff Writer phone Co., said damage to his considerably higher. Both Roberts
streets of the county seat, as County. The grounds cf the company's lines was fairly extensive -I and his assistant, Bill Skin-
+ merchants and courthouse em- county courthouse were littered STARKE An estimated but that service was being er, stayed at their posts a 11
ployees observed their customary with palm fronds, and the topsof : 9 4aa 1,000 Bradford County refugees restored as soon as possi- through the emergency and re-
Thursday half-day holiday. some of the tall palms had from Hurricane Dora, who had ported excellent co opera-
County Agent Jim Yevington! been,snapped off at a height of ;a taken shelter in county schools, ble.Traffic on US-301, which nor- tion by all other agencies.
was in his office, trying to decide -about 25 feet the trunk.
up mally carries about vehicles Schools closed
returned to their homes yester- 6,000 were as were
whether or not to call offa "We'd be better off without day. a day, was cut to a small the courthouse and most busi-
4-H Club meeting scheduled the palm trees because they ,do fraction and those drivers who ness places during the storm

litter the grounds so badly," Although. 80 mile gusts flayed .braved the storm drove at reduced -and routine affairs came to a
Police Seek Yelvington. said. Starke and the surroundingarea speed. standstill as residents bracedfor
\ The county agent said that a early yesterday, before I Florida Highway Patrol hurricane winds.

good bit of corn in Gilchrist .nnnmnn'.._". and after the eye of the storm headquarters here reported no The period of anxiety heigh-
Man For County remained to be harvested passed between here and Law- major accident during the tened when Dora changed a
and that some of it migth Icy, there were no serious injuries -
period, and reported all roads course for Jacksonville Beach
Bad ChecksA have been damaged by the Riding It Out and property damagewas open despite the flooding rains, and slammed inland from St.
storm. He said that as long as surprisingly light. said to total 10 inches at a Augustine. According to an un-

Negro man is being sought the corn was not blown down on Charter boat Miss Cedar Key strains at her moorings while a visiting yacht At the height of the storm, Highland fire tower during a official report, Dora struck
i by Gainesville police today after the ground, it would not be dam- seeking refuge rides out the storm at anchor off the Levy County boat rampat a utility employee, William A. 24-hour period. Penney Farms, Kingsley Lake,
( leaving a trail of worthless aged. Cedar Key. (Sun photo by Bob Meeker) Andrews, collapsed while work- The section between here and then raced just north of here
I checks at three package stores On the ride around the county ing on fallen electric lines and Lawtey apparently received the and headed in the direction of
Thursday. most of the corn fields observed He heaviest rain, and Water Oak I Lake City.
was rushed to the hospital.
f Officers said the man, believed seem to be still stand- was released soon after his con- Creek was beyond its banks Long after the eye of the
t Cedar Gives
from the wind
to be in his early 20s, cashed ing, protected weeds that had by Key dition, first reported to be elec- and sending a torrent into New I storm passed, this section was
I a $33 dollar check at the Uni- high in the fields. grown up trical shock, had been attrib- River near the State Prison I buffeted by strong gusts and
Inn Package Store farm. intermittant heavy showers add-
t versity uted to exhaustion.
Hart the Suwannee
\ Thursday afternoon after cashing Springs on Bradford County Civil Defense ed to the flooded conditions.This .
River was flooded, but Ned Boy- About the same time, one of director Carl Roberts
I bogus checks earlier at the estimated morning, heavy rain was
1 Party Package Store and ette, caretaker of the county Refuge to YachtsCEDAR the refugees at a Starke school the highest sustained still falling and gusty winds
Gainesville Drive-In Package.The park there, said this conditionhas shelter, D. D. Johnson, of Hampton -winds here at 60 miles per were still hitting the section.
existed throughout most of
checks, which totaled $88, suffered an apparent heart
the summer. He estimated that attack and taken to the + +
signed by Charles S. Chest- I was .. ,...
were the river would be further swollen KEY The protected After sending the family and Bradford County Hospital. Yesterday "
nut, payable to W. P. Long, by all the rainfall dumped I waters of Cedar Key becamea Family Ducks I Dr. Hutchinson ashore in Cedar morning it was reported -
police said.Adult. into it by Dora, but he said it haven of refuge this week for Key, Petroff rode out the storm that he was in good condi- Closes County Schools
would take several days for the five yachts seeking to elude the aboard the boat, tied up in the tion. I
i Class effects to be noted in this area.' vicious wallop of Hurricane Dora After lee of the long dock.
Gilchrist County schools were Dora. Anxiously watching the boat In another incident at the Early Today; Bad Roads
closed and Cleo from the local time, a 41-year-old State Prison -
; SignUpRegistration Wednesday Thurs- One of the yachts, Gemini II, Chase by balcony of tne -
day and remained closed today I with the Petroff family aboard, hotel, Mrs. Petroff called the employee, Donald H. Rhodes, Alachua County's school I scheduled to arrive home t-3
I for adult classes because of impassable school has ridden out two hurricanesin trip an "incredible journey." suffered a heart attack and pupils were dismissed early this hours earlier than usual. --

scheduled for tonight by the bus roads. i as many weeks. vile, Ala., where Peter is em- After riding out Cleo, they ran was rushed by ambulance to afternoon because of storm con- 'ents transporting their rhild-'n
Alachua County Board of Public There was very little rain fall- aground in Lake Okeechobeeand Bradford Hospital, where he ditions, making this one of the to school were requested *o p-'":
\ Instruction has been postponed ing in Gilchrist yesterday after- Peter Petroff, his wife Helen ployed as an electrical Aviation engineerwith barely got through the died at about 6 a.m. yesterday. shortest regular school weekson them up between 1 and 1.: '3
the
I because of the weather. noon, and the wind was scarce- and three sons, Alan, who was Northrop locks before they were closedin Aside from window blown record. p.m.
noticeable. But this writer 12 on Thursday, Ralph, 10, and Corp. of Dora. Now the a I At
Jack Bohannon, supervisor of ly as anticipation out at a local hardware store, mid-morning today Supt. E. Lunches were served in sch1 1
adult education, announc e d crossed the Gilchrist-Aiachua Mark, 8, rode out hurricane I Dr. Hal C. Hutchinson, Brad- Petroffs are riding out Dora in and other minor miscellaneouseffects D. Manning Jr. issued a message -afeterias as usual.
this morning that registration county line headed back toward Cleo in Eau Gallie aboard the enton Beach, came aboard at Cedar Key.Gemini to schools and parents advising .
will be rescheduled for 7-9 Newberry, it was like steppingout 61-foot catamaran last week. I that city to act as pilot for the II was 'designed and light. Most, property store windows damage were was them that because of Schools were closed Mon!'- ',

p.m. Monday and Tuesday in the door of a house into a The Petroffs are moving the Petroffs and assist in gettingthe built by Petroff in Saigon, boarded up or taped, and other -hazardous road conditions Labor Day, and on Weones' v
14 schools in the county. wind and rain storm. boat from Melbourne to Hunts- boat to Huntsvi-je. South Viet Nam.Water precautions undoubtedly- schools were closing at 1 p.m. and Thursday because of t',e

held damage from the wind and Children riding buses were Hurricane.

I I Table rain to a minimum. I

.It BUSINES.Si i t However, electric and telephone -i
Rise ExpectedFrom lines were badly disrupted High Water Bigges'Threat
and many sections of the I

IW1: REVIEW VII DoraOCALA area are still without service.
Starke Utilities Supt. Oscar
I I Torrential rains Davis said yesterday that about to Dixie Levi

Late Morning dumped by'Hurricane Dora will 150 disruptions of electric serv- ,
AnnouncesNew Seeks 'MatchIt9Ford ice occurred and that all buta
N. Y. Listing add to an already high water few had been repaired by By BOB MEEKERSun Unconfirmed reports put the
level in North Central Florida.In .
that time. Staff Writer winds at 100 knots at 3 ajn. today
Look AllisChal 20% Intpap 33 4 his August report, U. S. Ge- A wet and windy hurricane and Cedar Key police Chief
ContractDETROIT Alcoa 681s Jones&.L 8V'sAmAfr ological Survey district engi- J. H. DuPre, local manager Dora left limbs and moss strewn Don Goldsby said hurricane
42% KaisAI 333's neer A. O. Patterson said the for Florida Power and Light, through the streets of many force winds had been pound'r-j
For Buick AmCan 44% Ken'cot: 89 August flow of the Suwannee said about 500 calls on disrupted communities in Levy and south- the port city since 2 ajn. thurs-
(AP) The United monthly pension at age 60, the! AmCyan 58th Lit&My 843 River was 299 per cent above :service had been received, ern Dixie counties Thursday but
intt Auto Workers Union takes to UAW gave up an estimated 9% normal and more than twice the and that six extra emergency serious damage was incredibly day.Sheriff
Ntmlark AmMot 15* Locb'd 38'isAT&T A. L. Parker of Dixie
Ford Motor Co. today an agreenentinprinciple cents hourly which workers July flow. crews had been brought in small.
ST. CLAIR, Mich. The it at could have added to paychecksthis 69y Lorillard 45"4 from other areas to help repair County said damage in C r o s ?
won Flow from Silver Springs was Inland cities Williston, Bron-
Division of General Motors : AmTob 363k Mag'vox 30%
Buick City was light for
except phone
Chrysler Corp., estimated to be month. 12 cent above damage and restore service. son, Chiefland Cross
Corporation unveil e d AmpxCp 16* MM&M 571h per ,normaL The I and City and lines being down.
1 worth 54 cents an hour the It to divert to fringe power
over
Thursday a line of 1965 cars agreed Anaconda 48' Mohasco 14 spring flow was excessive for Clay Electric Co operative, report power and telephone lines The sheriff
]npxt three years but not apenny Improvements the so-called Moris't the first time since down but actual wind damageto i said residents of
that take their styling cue from Armour' 492 8214 July 1961, which serves many rural areas Suwannee Horseshoe and
Stein-
the successful 1964 B u i ck Riv- ] of which will appear in annual improvement factor anda Babcock 341h MontWd 37 the report said. in this section, also was deluged property is considered small 'hatchee had been offered shelter
iera. J paychecks immediately.UAW two-cent hourly cost-of-living BethStl 39% NatDair 81 Kingsley Lake was up four with complaints of disrup- by local authorities. -
inland but that
few
President Walter P. allowance which otherwise 62% NatDist 28 High water in the coastal had accepted -
Boeing inches and Orange Lake was six tions and had crews working
ilTelephone
Edward D. Rollert, Buick'sgeneral ]Reuther, who led the Chrysler would have gone into pay- Borden 763 N.AmAv 513JtBnmswk inches above the July levels throughout the storm to "get areas was considered the great-
on
manager, announced at 4 drive, was to take the union's checks. 8 Penney 58% August 31. the lights back on." est threat to life and property. service has been
the division's annual press preview J match-it demand to Ford. The annual improvementfactor CaterTr 36 PRR 37y Tides ran from three to six interrupted throughout the art a
here that the Buick Le When the Ford contract is guarantees workers a Celanese 653 PepCola 57 Local telephone communi- feet above normal from Yankee- and all services are out in the
Sabre, Wildcat and Elect r a 1 buttoned up, Reuther said he yearly wage increase of 2% per Chrysler 61'i PhiIMor 821hCocaCfla cation held up fairly well during town to Steinhatchee Thursdayand coastal areas.
would be completely new from would call on General Motors cent or six cents hourly, which- 135% Phi iPet 54% In 1890, Scotland Yard was the emergency, but the the 4 aon. tide today was In the Inglis area, US 19
shell out and would I Corp., to equal better it and is effective built on the existing foundationsof long-lines which are routed under
the body or ever is greater, CornEd 5435 RCA 3314 expected to run higher due to was water but passable
incorporate the Riviera look. After GM, the UAW may ask each September.The ConEdis 910/a RepStl 48lh an ambitious opera h ou se through Jacksonville, went out the high winds piling water in north of the city and SR40
division profit-sharing American Motors Bureau of Labor Statistics ContCan 5114 Revlon 34% that was never completed be- early and the section was cut the already filled basins.At was under water in several

in He 1965 predicted, as auto men the always do 'Corp., a host of supplier riants, figures the average automotive DowChe 70lh ReyTob 4Sv.: cause funds ran out off. Cedar Key, the Airport places but passable at 9 a.m.
but declinedto and the agricultural impl nentindustry industry wage at $3.01 duPont 269% StRegP 31% Road is washed out and Num- today.
at such previews,
specific forecast to match the pattern.To hourly, so the percentage would EAL 27% Seaboard 52% ber Four Bridge has been High winds, tides and heavy
give a gain widespread improvements prevail and a recent one-point- E.Kodak 128% Sears 122% Citrus DamageAt sandbagged for emergency teal rains ride the wake of Dora
The "Riviera Look," which in Chrysler fringe benefits plus gain would add about 7% Firestone 43% Sinclair 45% fic only.:State Road 21 into and water damage may still be
will spread itself this year including a possible $400 I cents an hour. FlaPw 49% Socony 81V4 Cedar Key was under water but expected in low-lying and coastal
through several General Motors ,. FIaP&L 78% SouthnC 63% passable at 9 ajn. today. areas.Unemployment .
car lines, emphasize a Ford 56 SperryR 13% 'Minimum
sharpely sloping rear roofline, NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, SEPT. 10 FrmstDa 12% StBrand 77%
long and low hood, shortenedrear (el New York T1m88 FreptSul 39% StO NJ SfiVt Payments

deck, and raised rear fen- High Low Close Net Chg. FruehTr 344 Studcbak 6% LAKELAND (APFlorida'srich Brevard County-Ten per cent I

der. The design gives the cars a 25 Rails 144.10 142.57 143.57 Up .04 GenDyn 35% Swift 51Vi citrus belt chewed up by of the grapefruit lost and two
hunched up appearance, whichis 2S Industrials 881.85 866.20 878.47 Up 9.95 GenEl 88% Texaco 80% Hurricane Cleo two weeks ago- to three per cent of the oranges Drop, Jobs Increase
GenFds 92% Thiokol 134 ;
designed to impart a sporty I Stocks 512.97
150 504.38 511.02 Up 5.00 escaped Dora's powerful smack from the trees. Major problem
flair. GenMilis 41% U Carb 123 with a minimum of damage, is standing water, 10 inches for TALLAHASSEE- State Industrial was 70,800 above a year ago j
The Riviera itself will be GenMtrs 98i UnitAirc 60 growers say.'Florida Dora and six inches from Cleo. Commission Chairman at 1,465,200, while unemployment -
basically unchanged in 1965, except STOCKMARKET Goodrich 57% UnFruit 22% Citrus Mutual said Worley 'Brown has reported a was 21,400 below
FLASHES Lake County-Some. droppageof July I
will be Goodyr 45% US Steel 59%
that the headlights
removed from the grill and con- Greyhnd 23% UnivMat 14% Thursday the major problem I grapefruit, little droppage of drop of almost two million dol- .1963..
result from standing lars in unemployment
may yet No limb compen-
GulfOil 57% WestgEl 37% oranges. breakage of Unemployment compensation
cealed vertically in a compartment NEW YORK (AP-The stock rails up .8 and utilities up 2. I HonW 124 WinnDix 38!i water which can rot young tree consequence. Rain from two to sation payments to Florida job- payments in July were better p
that housed parking lightsin The Dow industrial roots within, days. Some areas three inches was welcome. less for the second quarter of than $300,000 below
Jones
will market, struggling to maintainits average IntHarv 84% Woolwth 27T July 1963.
1964. The compartment had six inches of rain. Winds to 50 m.p.h. Some 1964 compared to the same
fruit Brown said all
headlights are upward momentum of recent at noon had risen .40, IntNick 81% major Indus-
when the
Otherwise Mutual said tree
open scarred. period a year ago.
pushing the index to 860.90 as it try divisions in the State
turned on and close when they days, clung to a narrow over-all small in of registered
continued to bob around its all- Beatles Due I damage was spite I Putnam County Heavy rain Brown said payments for the declines in the total
go The off. Buick Special and Sky- gain today. Trading was fairly time ceiling. 50 and 60 mile an hour winds. and 70 m.p.h. winds. Limb second quarter in 1964 ending number of weeks for which

lark will be little changed. But active in the early afternoon. IBM, down more than 9 Thursday Market values' may drop be- breakage to freeze damagedtrees. June 30 totaled $5,831454 compared unemployment compensa t i on

the Skylark and Electra will in- Some popular stocks num-. recouped 3 points at an, In Jax TodayKEY cause scarring would the hurt the Some fruit lost. Expect I to $7,537,651 last year. was paid during the qua r t e r
sale of fresh fruit '
corporate "wall to waD tail bered among the soft issues. early peak but then settled association said. grower also lowering grade on tangerinesdue And Brown said that at mid- ending June 30.
Motors bellwether of back. WEST (AP) The Beatles Oranges to scarring. II
the end. upswings summer all angles of the Florida
lights" across rear may split if too much rain falls Wholesale and retail trade
Buick's most changed car In Thursday and Wednesday Du Pont was up again, but quartet planned to fly to within a week.In Vohisia County-Already wet employment situation re- was down 25.3 per cent froma
1965 will be the Wildcat which were on the weak side. not much, on top of Thursday'ssmart Jacksonville this afternoon fora Washington, the agricul- groves received additional six flected an expanding and grow- levels construction
ago
year ;
will share a new body shell Steels, also buoyant in past rise of over 5 points. performance scheduled some ture department said .losses to seven inches of rain. Grape-!ing economy compared to a down 34.3 per cent; manufacturing -
with less expensive Le Sabre. days, likewise were draggy. New York Central and Pennsylvania time before the city was swept "are,expected to be light" Reports fruit and oranges on ground. year ago. down 13.1 per cent;
The car's wheelbase will rise Oils were almost uniformly prospective merger by Hurricane Dora. were not immediately Wind scars on tangerines. I Jobs were up and unemployment transportation I'tm'm'mft' tionplblic -

three inches to 126 inches, and higher. But the gains mostly partners, held gains' of about a Derek Taylor spokesman for completed. Highlands,, Hardee, Polk, Orange was down. utilities, down 33.4 per
the over-all length will grow fractionalThe point:;. the British rock and rollers, Mutual estimated Cleo destroyed Pasco Hfllsborough Ma- June nonfarm employment at cent; -insurance-real es-
one inch to 220 inches. Repositioning Big Three automakers, Sears Roebuck powered the said'they would appear. 25 to 40 per cent of the rion and PineHas No appreciable -! 1,482,500 was 68,700 above June tate, down 20.2 per cent; and .l F
the rear wheels has in- General Motors,, Ford and mail-order and retail group.I Beatle George Harrison went grapefruit crop and 10 per cent damage. I services, down 17.6 per cent.
creased interior space the company Chrysler, all dipped fractionally. After a jump of 1% Thursday for a pool swim last night at of the orange crop. Rutledge said prospects for: 1963.Meanwhile at i
,
said.Surfers Investors were trying to reassess Sears was up another point, a motel where the troupe has Robert W. Rutledge, executivevice Florida's 1964-65 season call for unemployment
prospects in the light of On the American Stock Exchange -been relaxing. Paul McCartney president of Mutual, said about 75 to 80 million boxes of 94,000 in June was 22,600 below Northern Ireland.with Its two

continuing negotiations, now ,. prices were generally spent a time in,the'lounge. Rin- the industry was fortunate to oranges, with a n estimated June a year ago. main cities of Belfast, the capital ,
find good sport in the centered on Ford higher in moderate trading. i go Starr and John Lennon have come through Dora as eight to nine million gallons of Brown said the good condi- and Londonderry or Derry;
United States, Australia, New The Associated Press averageof Corporate bonds were mixed.i kept under cover from tireless wen as apparently it did. frozen orange concentrate. He tions continued through the as the Irish can it, Is a sel]{.,>
Zealand, South Africa, Peru 60 stocks at noon was up .7 Government'bonds slipped back: fans whom. police kept at a distance Mutual gave this rundown 'on said the harvest would be similar summer. > governing country within t h'e '
and the Philippines. at '322.1, with industrials up :.8, a bit. ,around the moteL damage reports from Dora: to last years. Jury nonfarm employment United Kingdom.

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14 Gainesville! Sun Friday September 11 1964
,
F-i I If voted In a
after 11 l ion upon general eleio
tlons subsection hereof may
I lunlor clees which terms may be exI I I o ( l ind on the sixtieth (60) day

Liz Wins Again In Studio Suit :tan teed nin b(9 years.legislature to n more im bur relect years the return provisions Its of former this sio It.tusInd I;l lection ion, or If In voted either upon case In on a any special date eleo deignated -

'New Breed' of Movie Star NO.3 t)y the same procedure outlined Sb I therein.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION s i lectlon (2) hereof for adopting the provisions
in the beginning. NO. 12
LOS ANGELES (AP) Eddie Fisher, have won another NO. 311 (4) theref, event a referendum election HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
RESOLUTION
A JOINT proposing an NO. 921
Actress Elizabeth Taykr and round. .in their court battle to amendment to subsections Ja) and (b) t l results In a change superintendent In the method the A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an
f selecting a county

her former husband, singer force 20th' Century-Fox films to Calls His Own Career Shots !of Section of Florida it. Article relating XII to of the the me Constitution of partof I I I I remainder ncumbent shall of the be term permitted of office to serve to which the 1 i the amendment Constitution to Article of the IX, Secti Florida 16, of

account for revenues from the the reeu derived from the licensing I I Ian he was duly electec or appointed. I relating to taxation and finance by ex-
of veide for capital outlay 6 I ending the period of tim covred by
: Back Johnson film "Cleopatra. debt Hrie other school pur HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. said Article IX Section 14, until Jan

poses. 2174 uary 1, 2018.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) The For the second time, Federal Ntw ljark wimtll :star simply sit back and wait Young De Wilde recently LEGISLATURE BE IT RESOLVED OF THE BY THE A amendment JOINT RESOLUTION to Article XII proposing of the State an BE he State IT RESOLVED of Florida:by the Legislature of

1 Philadelphia Inquirer and the Judge Thurmond Clarke turned PETER ,BART for his phone to ring. Today I f turned down lucrative offers I OF FLORIDA: SATE Constitution adding a Section to be numbered Tat Article Constitution IX, be Section amended It, as of the fol-

( Philadelphia Daily News, in down the studio's attempt HOLLYWOOD By The continuing -J most performers do what Debbie -t for a TV series and a recording That the(a)following and (b) of amendmert section U,to article subsections to by the the election Secretary or of appointment State relating of- low Is hereby agreed to and shall be

Thursday to have the suit dis of i l XII of the Constitution of Florida Is superintendent of public Instruction In to the electors of the State
I today's editions. endorsed Democrat Reynolds did in the case contract because he wants I he for ratification or refection at the
fragmentation power Taylor county. gen
t Lyndon B. Johnson for missed. He refused the first "The Unsinkable Molly Brown." I I to do a Broadway play next ;the by agreed electors to an the shall state be for ratificationor BE IT RESOLVED by the Legis'ature eral election of November 1964:
16. Board of administration
here in is SECTION ;
Hollywood having a o
1
ef the State of Florida
president.The dismissal request May 21. noticeable impact the habits ,They decide what role they !season. "My aim is to become rell) In November the next,general 1964: electionto That an amendment: to article XII or gasoline an like taxes distribution and

J newspapersboth owned on .want and campaign for it. j a director in about five years," Section la. SCHOOL BONDS FOR CAPITAL the Florida set forth Constitution below to by adding numbered the use(a;)etc.That beginning January 1st. 1943.
Miss Taylor and Fisher: own of, the stars and would-be stars. si b
OUTLAY. INSURANCE.a) Beginning and for seventy-five (75) thereafter
confides De Wilde whose fa. Secretary of State agreed to years
by Walter list them- This businesslike approach c
t Annenberg, ', 1'" and fc-r thirty- ,
of two cents (2c)
sub-
Performers whose fortune s Jlnuar and that amendment shall be th proceeds
85 per cent of MCL, a Swiss the I ther is five (35) years thereafter the pro si of total tax levied by
selves
as independent political to stardom embraces even a production stage frt mined to electors of Florida for ratification per th
I once were guided by a' few key ceeds of the revenues derived the reiection at the general election state law upon gasin. and other like
ly. I corporation, which in turn owns youngest performers. Brandon :]manager at the Lincoln Cen- licensing of motor vehicles to the extent to be or held in November 1944. products of now known as

w It is the first time that the I 35 per cent of the $40 million studio thread executives their today a must baf De Wilde, for example, recently -I ter Repertory Theater. "Over nesar tll aet to comply, shall with the as provisions collected public SECTION instruction. .County; superintendent In certain of. he Second used to Gas prpl Tax. and motor upon vehicles otherfuels ,

: morning Inquirer has ever i film. Fox owns 55 per cent and way among celebrated his 23rd j the long run another shot a t be In the ct capital counties.. appointment shall a placed monthly in
fling' multitude of independe outlay debt service fund in of the "State Road Distribution Trust Fund"n
I endorsed a Democrat frr presi- Walwa Films owns the remain- TV and movie birthday by incorporating him- ]Broadway will do me more the a tresur and used ol a pro lic(1)instruction The county shall superintendent be appointed by pb the State Treasury and divided into

I dent. I.ing 10 per cent.Gofttiaqefiteafeiooni. entrepreneurs.As self a common tax ploy i good than TV." sall vle In be amemt. among revenue count county board of providing public the instruction propositionIs In three distributed(3) equal monthly parts among which the shall several be

a result-a -new breed of among stars. "A successful TV series can several counties In the ratio ef the affirmed by a majority vote of the counties a follows: one part according
performer is proliferating in number of instruction units In county qualified electors of Taylor county making -to area, one part according to population -
el'
"I'm the president, he remarked -i give an actor a certain star- In each year computed the office of county sprinteentof and one part according to the
the film capital a sort of "but herein The a of the first revenues public Instruction counties' contributions to the cost of
'businessman rather proudly, power that he just cannot attain derived fr lies of motor (2) To submit the proposition cotalf state road construction In the ratio of

/ star whose be- my mother and father are also in the movies said Peter vehicles to be set I each yea ed in subsection (1) to the elttors distribution as provided in Chapter 15659,
havior more closely resembles and distributed as provided herein shall special election shall be the Laws of Florida. Acts of 1931. and for
officers of the corporation. A Falk, an actor who has made a be an amount equal In the aggregateto tnt commissioners of Taylor county the purpose of the apportionment based
( that of a Wall Street lawyer request of the county Ion, the counties' contributions for the
actor since the the product of four hundred dollars bard'ct'
after
sought name for himself in tough guy public which election cost of state road construction, the
multiplied by the total number Intruti sal
than a supposedly carefree celluloid (S.o after request amount Of the
has held (M) days establishedby
Wilde
De developed
of 9 ole contribtios
age l' s. 'Hollywood producers .of units in all the countiesof and the result thereof shad determine the 1931 pursuant -

DINING celebrity.The ed an articulate young Falk maintains, seek full- Florida. The number of Instruction whether IUbecti (1) shall be effective to said Chapter 15659 shall betaken
units In each county In each year for In said and deemed conclusive In comput-
new businessman- star man who is carefully guidinghis fledged box office stars but never -the purposes of this amendment san (3) Should the county adopt the previsions -lop the monthly amounts distributableaccording

j DANCING is keenly aware of the fact that career according to a pre- try to build up a new star. be the greater of (1) the of subsection (1) hereof it may after to said contributions. Such
units In each for Its former funds distributed
r I Instruction county four (4) years return to so shall administeredas
he alone must make the decisions -cise pattern. Despite some meaty secondary ,the school fiscal year 15.5 cpe status and relect the provisions of this hereinafter provided.b b

Inn that determine his fu.. in the manner section by the same procedure outlinedIn ( ) The Governor as chairman, the
Uniersity COCKTAILS'1 roles in the
movies "Rob
( general law or (2) the number of Instruction subsection (2'hre' for apti the State Treasurer and the State Cop
ture. He must'decide for example -' the troller shall constitute a body
in and the Seven Hoods, "The units in such county for the school provisions tl' .
election to be known the State Board ofAdminIstration"
referendum
(4) In the event I
whether his. career. will Great Race"), Falk now is shop. fiscal year computed In the manner ty heretofore In a change in the method of which board shall succeed -
In or traft.r pYld aene.II rsult county superintendent the to all the power, control and authority
he best, furthered by making People around for law state
ping a TV series Incumbent shall to serve of the statutory Board of Adminis
called the state
movies or' doing a TV series. which of education (hereinafter the remainder of b prmite office to tratio Said Board shal have addi
can hopefully add to his board), or (3) the number of Instruction electedr appointed. such powers may be *
I He must carefully review the box office luster. units In each county on behalf of which which he was duty NC. 7 tio upon it by law, the management,
t HELD OVER the state board of has Issued
submitted The NewsNEW educati SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. control and supervision of the proceeds
scripts to him .and Like most of ris- 'bonds or motor anticipation 268 of said two cents (2c) of said taxes
i decide which best' suit his tal Hollywood's certificates under this amendment which RESOLUTION proposing and all moneys and other assets which
1 ? A JOINT
2ND SMASH WEEK a
ing' young performers, F a Ik will produce sufficient revenues under amendment to Article XVI of the Florida .-on the effective date of this amendment
3 EXCITING HITS! ents. At .times he must even YORK (AP) Singer this amendment to equal one end one- Constitution, relating to the loa are applicable or may become applicable .
1?.20 M501 f takes a businessman's interestin
Rood
1400 Hawfl.ei third (1 1-3) times the aggregate amount of Government adding to the bonds of the several countiesof
Cpcn6:30Show7:15 spend his own money to buy a Abbe Lane, divorced three the details of his career. His of principal and Interest on such bondsor tion Section of the 1A. Seat providing for means to Insure this state or any special road and

FIRST RUN Special 3 Late As 9:05 story that he thinks mights bea months ago from band leader motor vehicle tax anticipation cer continuity of State and Local Government bridge district or other special taxing
carefully cultivated tough guy tificates which will mature and become operations in periods of emergency district thereof, Issue prior to July 1t.

good vehicle and take on the Xavier Cugat, says she's goingto accent cleverly masks the fact due In such year computed In the manner resulting from disasters caused. b word 1931 for"bonds"road as used e herein purposes. Include

EXPLOSIVELYNEW 001I complex business responsibilities Hollywood theatrical heretofore or hereafter provided by enemy attack. bonds time warrants, shal and
.
..INCOLORS! marry that he was educated at a top general law and approved by the state BE IT RESOLVED by th Lecirlature of other forms of indebtedness Issued for

g of the producer agent Perry Leff as soon as he Eastern college Hamilton and board. the State of Florida: Article road and bridge purposes by any countyor
I No longer in short does the I Such funds shall be administered That the following amendment ef special road and bridge distrct or
gets a divorce. s ditribte add
0 HmI holds a moster's degree in public by as now XVI. of the Florlc Constitution by other special taxing district, outstanding
and shan
jn.est "We haven't set a definite created and constituted by section 3 of In section agreed to on July 1st 1931, or any refunding issues
i First nm administration from Syracuse submitted to the electors of the state
Shown article of the Constitution of Florida. I thereof. Said Board shall have the
t ::: ::::: KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE date, said Miss Lane, 30. "We University. For XI purposes of this amendment 'for ratification or reiection at the general statutory powers of Boards of County

m Hemin9W8J'3 and Lost I:!:::: hope it will be in the near fu | said state board, as now crstltte election, held in November.of government.The 1964.-: Commissioners and Bond Trustees and of
for Section Continuity
open While many of Hollywood'syoung shall continue as a body cporate A any other authority of special road and
Ball Game Pick Upat ture." ing the life of this amendment and shall legislature In order to insure continuity bridge districts and other special taxing
II! --" Iji performers acknowledgethe' have all the powers provided in of state and local government districts thereof with regard to said
Liniewood and Terwtlliger SchoolsOld Miss Lane, who appearing star building potential of this amendment addition to other operations In periods of emergency re bonds, (except that the power to levy
I a suiting from disasters caused r>y enemyattack ad valorem taxes Is expressly withheld
::: ::::: Newberrr Road N.YV. Section.. at a New York night club, said constitutional statutory powers related and the
have the
Phone FR 2-6667. TV, some are experimentingwith shall power from said Board), and shall take overall
HI The .1m she met Leff, 38, in July. He to the purposes of this amend Immediate duty (1) to provide for prompt papers documents and records con
I
% other means of promoting mint heretofore o hereafter and succession to the per cerning the same. Said Board shall have
If '
already was in the of said board. temprlr public offices of : the from time to time to issue
process upon and power
::1 m m: ....... their names. One of the most un- addition dutie
In
(b) The state board shal. and whether filled by election or refunding bonds to mature within the
nature
:::: .- she said.
::t .... getting a divorce
... statutory
usual efforts was launched recently -to its other constitutional appointment the Incumbents of which said seventy-five year (75) prio for
:..:..:.. :..:..:...:. "S ...... .... powers have the management controland may become unavailable for carrying on any of said outstanding .
by Ann Margret, who supervision of the proceeds of the the and duties of such ofces.and est thereon, and to secure them by a
powers
.. m... mi.... 'ftkIk frld' NEW YORK (AP) The has apparently become enamored first part of t revenues derived fro (2) to adopt such other pledge of anticipated receipts from such
motor vehicles providedfor and for gasoline or other fuel taxes to be distributed
licensing proper
:...:...:.. :...:...:...:... Society for the Family Man will of the power of advertising.The the In subsection (a). The state bad as insuring may the be continuity necessary of governmental to such county I herein pro
'., ..._1WIJ give its second annual awardfor shall also have powe.for the operations. In the et the power vided but not at a greater rate of
im eercs. interest than said bonds bear
m '. .' attractive young performerhas of obtaining funds the use of any hereby conferred shall In now ; ando
'il imt. .. ... outstanding contributions in county board of public Instruction in acquiring all respects conform to the requirements! issue, sell or exchange on behalf of
im 13tV spent over $10,000 to put up building, constructing, altering, of this Constitution except to sit, extent any county or unit for the sole purpose
im :" There im 214 NW FR 66472ALSO human relations, world peace, I huge billboards around Holly. Improving enlagin furnishing, or that In the Judgment of the legislatureso of retiring said bonds Issued by such
IN OCALA'ARAMOUNt'I1I1 for county, or special road and bridge disrict
prelects would -
or
communications and equipping be impracticable
would
to do
mass
': im 17' is more Hi! wood displaying only her pic I schol captal to Issue bond or m admit of undue delay. or other special taxing district
prpose hereof, gasoline other fuel tax anticipation
I s education to former President anticipation certificates, or
:::: :::: ture and her makeno vhicle NO. CHOUSE
An All-Time MASTERPIECE name they
; certificates
bearing Interest at
:::: I #!7ii :than :::: and also to issue such bonds or motor RESOLUTIONNO.
I ':::: Dwight D. Eisenhower.John JOINT not more than three per cent per
:::: mention of her current vehicle anticipation certifies to (3
pic- .
v.1 ( 4'!yI Fly! one way ..miim ITHRU SAT.I Hay Whitney chairman tures. pay ta o refund any bonds or motor A JOINT RESOLUTION 869 proposing an turin annum at In such such time denominations within the seventy ma-

: mi 1-3-5-7.9 ''I of the society said vehicle tax anticipation certificates amendment to Article IV, Section' 26 ol year (75) period as the board may
KillL'jLaM Thursday I theretofore Issued by Ict state board. Florida relating to
The billboards were financed .. ., he Constitution of determine. In addition to exercising the
:::
:::: : the award will be presented to .1 sucn bonds sai near imeresi he duties of the commissioner ot agriulturo powers now provided bv statute for the
im mI solely by Ann Margret who :excein four an one half (4.) per eliminating his sUnIrio over Investment of sinking funds said Board

Eisenhower at a dinner in New said she plans to invest about 10 : per annum and shall mature.erlaly pertaining to pbli Innds. may use the sinking funds created for
maters
In annual Installments c of
m m oj- RESOLVED Legislature said bonds of any county or specialroad
.... : ... York City Oct. 28. per cent of her very .considerable I not more than three (3) years the State of Florida: and bridge district, or other unit
:::: ::: The late President John F. from the date of Issuance thfreo' and That the amendment ot Article hereunder to purchase the matured or
:::: ::: annual income on similar ending not later than thirty (30) years V, folowin the Florida Constitution maturing bonds participating herein of

HH. I( mm Kennedy received the award billboards around the country. fro the date of Issuance or Janar Is agreed to and shall be submittedto any other county or any other special
mru last 20 A.D. whichever Is earler. Al the electors of the state for ratification road and bridge district, or other spe
4* ( year. vehicle tax I at the general election cal district provided that
: __ mHm PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL certificates shall bear Iteret at not held o November relectlon 19 4. I to said there the value
AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON ) thereof an Investment shall be the
exceeding four and per Commissioner of agriculture I
lEE MARViN ANGIE DICKINSON inm TOKYO (AP) Daily medi- NOVEMBER 3. 19M centum per annum and shall mature Section, 26, etc. The commissionerof price therefor which shall not exceed
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
I ELECTION the parvalue plus accrued Interest,
The state
St&n g prior to 1. 2000 A.D. agriculture shall perform such dutiesIn
cal examinations have not uncovered WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1963, Januar to determine all beoreserlbed and that said investment shall bear Interest

: JOHN ISSUES and RONAlD! ) REAGAN m any evidence that ,;lons under State of the Florida Constitution did pass of Joint 1885 Resolu-of the other board vehicle details tax anticipation of pwe bonds certificates or motor and relation bv of to.the law.agriculture state He prison shall as,*and lso may havesupervision shall per annum.at the rate of three per cent (3)

Prime Minister Ikeda proposing amendments to the Constitution (c) The said board annually use
:iiil i With SottnpUy by Produced and Directed by mj Hayato of the State of Florida, ard to sell at public sale after public advertisement perform such other duties as may be funds in each sfal account, first,

m has cancer, his doctors said to- they were agreed to by a vote of th.ee- or exchange said bonds or prescribed by law. saie pay current and Interest ma.
j m ClU GULAGER GENE E LCOON DONALD SIEGEL fifths tax anticipation certificates NO. f princJl
of tbe members elected to each motor vehicle turing, if any, bonds and gaso-
..... / --- ___ __ .,, ..,,, day.The house. The votes of said Joint Resolutions upon such terms and conditionsas SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION line or other fuel tax anticipation certificates -
2ND TERRIFYING HIT 9:05 prime minister enteredthe were entered upon the'r respec- I the state board shall provide. NO. 1083 of such county or special road
five Journals, with the yeas and nays I The state board shall also have power A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing en bridge district or other special tax-
National Cancer Center thereon, and they did determine and to pledge for the payment of tne principal amendment to Article XVI of the Constitution anc district thereof second to establish -
C. in for tests. direct that he said Joint Resolution: be of and Interest on such bonds or m of Florida by adding a sectionto : a account to meet
Hospital Tokyo
& submitted to the electors of the or vehicle tax anticipation certificates, be numbered by the secretary of state ,future requirements of said bonds and
1 State of Florida at the General Electicn I ncluding refunding bonds or refunding authorizing civil trials in branch court .gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation
I on November 3, 19* notor vehicle tax anticipate certificates houses In Dade county. certificates where It' appears the anticipated -
r TaVJILof''i C RENO, Nev. (AP) Millionaire NOW, THEREFORE I, TOM ADAMS, all or any part from the antlclp- BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature of Income for any year or years

__ iI showman Billy Rose's Secretary of State of the State of Florida ted revenues to be derived from the the State of Florida: will not equal scheduled payments there
do hereby give notice that a I Icensing of motor vehicles provided for That an to Artlce XVI of I on; and third, any remaining balanceout
I \fifth wife, Doris Warner Rose, GENERAL ELECTION in this amendment and to enter into the F ICaamtrJt by adding the of the proceeds of said two cents
will be held In each County In Flor. ny covenants and other agreementswith section to b numberedby (2c) of said taxes shall monthly duringthe
won a divorce Thursday on the Ida on the first Tuesday after the first the holders of such bonds or motor the secretary of state agreed to. year be remitted by said board a
ground of extreme cruelty. Monday In November, which date Is vehicle tax anticipation certificates and that said amendment snail be submitted follows: Eighty per cent (80 per cent to
November 3. 19 M, for the ratification or at the time of the Issuance thereof concerning to the electors of Florida for the State Road Department for construction
The couple was married relectlon of the laid Joint Resolutions the security thereof and the. ratification or relectlon at the ger.If or reconstruction of state roads
$ CICfIFI1ILYI proposing amendments to the ConstItution rights of the holders thereof all of f election to be held in November, 1964: and bridges within the county, or for the

PETER GUSHING March 1.Hov. of the state of Florida viz: which covenants and agreements shall I SECTION -In Civi trials in-branch Civil lese or purchase of bridges connecting
No. 1 constitute legally binding and Irrevoea- courthouses coty. by law twenty per cent (20 per cent) to the
A Hammw Film ProductiMA HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. contracts with such holders and ihal trials may be held as provide a" Board of County Commissioners of such
Umvtrsd Reletsi 5-X (63) b. uL._ L.. _ In branch courthouses
0 utn nciaer. in county for use roads and bridges
Burt A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING tUlY entorceaoie y. ity within Dade county. The clerk of any o
Jurisdiction. .
therein.d
competent
of
AN AMENDMENT OF any court court the and any other court
ARTICLE VII shrif
OF
No such bonds or motor vellcl. taxanticipation officer, county shall maintain ) Said board shall have the
THE powerto
3RD! BONUS COLO*; HIT 10:35 $ CONSTITUTION OF THE STATEOF certificates shall
e.tr Issued within such municipality
such offices make and enforce all rules and regulations -
FLORIDA: PROVIDING FOR AP. by the state board until after the and have available such official necessary to the full exercise ef
'
DCK! VAN DYKE BYE BYE SOPHIA ANTHONYLORENQUINN LancasterHelped PORTIONMENT OF THE FLORIDA adoption of a resolution requesting the books and records therein as may be the powers hereby granted and no leg
ANN 'MARGARETBOBBY LEGISLATURE: PROVIDING FOR SUB Issuance thereof by the county board of I necessary to accomplish the of islation shall be required to render this
MISSION TO THE ELECTOR. Be It public Instruction of the county on b this amendment provided prps. amendment of full force and operating

RYDELL BIRDIESUBURBIA Resolved By The LegislatureOf half of which such obligations are to cipal offices of such clerks or othe officers effect from and after January 1st, 1965.
LizBy the State of Florida: issued. The state board of education shall not be removed fro the The Legislature shall continue the levies
That the following amendment of Article shall limit the amount of such bonds or county seat. of said taxes during the life of thisAmendment
VII of the Constitution of Florida Is motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates NO. 10 and shall not enact any
the which can be issued on behalf of any law having the effect of
JAMES BACONAP agreed to and shall be submitted to HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. wlthdrlwln
electors of this state for ratification or county to seventy-five per cent (75 percent 59 the proceeds of sid two (
Movie-TV Writer rejection, at the general election of 194.ARTICLE ) of the amount which It determines A JOINT RESOLUTION lat'ng! to the said taxes from operation this
DRIVE-IN VII can be serviced by the revenue accruing .i amendment amendment. The board shall pay refundIng -
>
(udiclal department; prop J.na
1"O 'il. HOLLYWOOD (AP) A lot APPORTIONMENT AND CENSUS to the county under the provisions of to subsection (1), Section 6 of o expenses and other expenses for

THEATRE of people think that Eliza- Section 1. COMPOSITION OF THE this amendment, and su determlltl article V of the Florida Co1rution Increasing services rendered specifically for, or
may LEGISLATURE. The legislature cf shall be conclusive. bs the number of clrculs; which are properly ch.rgebl. to the
the State of Florida shall consist of tax IUcial. account of any fro funds distributed
beth Taylor made Richard Bur- a motor vehicle atlclpltlo c.rllc.tes preserving certain ( '
I to such
senate and a house of representatives. county; general
the .
Issued reme Legislature
be the
shall BE IT RESOLVED by
SILVER DOLLAR NITE-2 ADMITTEDFOR ton one of the highest paid international Members of the senate shall be electedfor the state board of education but shall of the State of Florida: expenses ail the of the counties board lake for services shall be rendered t
a term of four (4) years an$ members behalf of tre county ef subsection prorated
ONE SILVER DOLLAR-SAVE stars.Actually be Issued and o That the following amendment
50c f among them and paid out of said
of the house shall
be elected for a board public Instruction requestIng SECTION 6. of article V
(1)
funds the basis said tax
SHOW TIME Burt Lancaster can term of two (2) years. The term of members th Issuance thereof and nc election the Constitution of Florida is agreed o o are distributed slm the several proceeds

I of the legislature shall expire on the approval of qualified e'ttor or and shall be submitted 10 electorsof counties; provided, am said expenses ,
take some of the credit. first Tuesday after the first in Issuance I
Monday freeholders shall required relection
b 1r this state for rtifictJ o shall be made to. each Reula Session
Burton's' November in each regular election year. thereof. held In
7:30I'm Before "Cleopatra, Members of the senate and house of NO. 4 at the general eleio lature of may the Legislature limit the ,expenses an Leis

the price per picture was $150,000. representatives shall be elected as provided COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR Novebr.l.. court board.
by law. that
Any
new county
I'm the Incredible He recently replaced Lancaster be created shall be entitled to one may(1) HOUSE JOINT NO. 323 RESOLUTION (I) JUDICIAL establish CIRCUITS.not more than The twenty legislature -- NO. 13

Incr Jible Mr. Limpet! in "The Spy Who Came in From member excess in of the any house limit of prescribed representativesIn in the A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing e (20)may ludiclal circuIts each counties co 'rnd HOUSE JOINT. 1030 RESOLUTIONNO. '

: Mr.Limpetl .. : the Cold" at $750,000 plus 20 per fOllowing sections of this article until the amendment State Constitution to Article XI Section Principal 5 -of of not a county less than or contiguous fifty thoussnd iSO.GOO) amendment JOINT RESOLUTION to Article X,proposing an
auII Section 7
the next of
reapportionment and the county to the last census -
be inhabitants,
of State School expended accordin the State
cent of the Constitution relating to homestead 'II'IIA
gross.Lancaster shall be assigned when created to a for Capital Outlay on behalf of b except tr-M the exemption.BE .

a friend of Bur- senatorial district as determined by the State Institutions of Higher LearnIng In county of Mo shall constitute, one there oft IT RESOLVED by the Legislatureof
egislature. Colleges and Capital Out however the
Junior State Flcrldai
; circuits poide
: ton's, reveals this facet of Burton's Section 2. SENATE APPORTION cudin Public Schools. n I the nub of SECTION 0. That the amendment to

.' .: ( i; ,' rise from able actor to MENT. The legislature shall dvide the BE IT RESOLVED b the Legislature circuit Judges residing In any coty Article X, Section 7 of the Florida Con- '
state Into forty-two (42) senatorial districts of (udicial circuit
of the State of Florida formerly a part a as set forth Is
> ..i-h'. boxoffice personality. with only one (1) senator electedIn That article XII section t of the Flor. which circuit Is hereafter created divided ItiMI shall be belo to the agrH .
% '. ,..3f' kind each district except there shall be revised. an elee -
be amended as set
.' Everyyear..every Ida Constitution / o Irs Florida for ratification
l-l
"Walter first two (2) senators elected from the most that said cane NO. 11 o r.le
Wanger approached forth below and
> ., 1;< .eentbe hon at the general election to held
of excitement populous county, the additional senator submitted to the electors HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. b
,
;1{ man-wornan Flr. In November, 1964:
do Marc
.*' ..,, >' me to Antony being assigned the number forty-three Ida for ratification o relecto at 368 ARTICLE X ,
(43). The forty-two (42) districts shall be to held In Novenv A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing SECTION 7.
i;. .. rocks the explosive world of in. 'Cleopatra. He told me he apportioned among -the several countiesof I general er, 1964 elei b amnt to Aril XVI o the Con from taxation. -Exemption Every person of homestead who

+ had Elizabeth set for the title the state so as to provide equitable Section 5. PRINCIPAL OF STATE stiti the ef provid t legal title or beneficial title In "I ,
J"ootooNS representation based upon similar economic SCHOOL FUND TO REMAIN INVIO I additional method O revising or I reil property -I" this state and 'who

..-11 role."But Interests. geographic area and LATE EXCEPTION. The amei the Constitti resides there and In good faith makes
The population. Every district shall consistof school fund sacred the Legislature the or her
there was no script the state sil rrl permanent he or
contiguous counties and no c u n- and Inviolate the of the State o Florida: the permanent of another
just| an English translation of an ty may be divided in creating a senatorial principal of such fn may be expendedfor That the amme to Article XVII oft legally or h dependent o ofr'
IncredibletoIVES district except Dade County. capital outlay bal state Institutions Constitll o Florida by addin shall be entitled to ."P 'e
I Italian high school history of Section 3. REPRESENTATION IN THE of higher e o. e si be numbered rs all except far exemD
Iluin ti fro
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. below Is agreed to and ta.ti ISMSI
...and theirnew loves! Cleo. I turned him down. I resent It Ion In the house of representatives junior schools.colleges and capital oilY f 4 shall as be set submitted to th electors of assessed valuation' bfits. up dollars -

Mr.Limpet 'wasn't interested in doing a shall consist of one hundred twelve public Florida for ratification reiection at (",0.0) on .v. tan contiguous
WI TOM.IY (112) representatives which shall be apportioned .- NO.5 the general election to b held In Nov rel as defined In Article
spectacle anyhow. among the counties by the HOUSE JO'NT RESOLUTION ember. 1N X. ppr.. the Constitution
HAHHAU 'SUNOS method of equal proportions; that Is, o. IMS S 4 Additional Method of RevIsing for the year 199 and thereafter,
\\ Starring; DON KNOTTSI "Then John Huston approached -each county shall have one rrcresenta- A JOINT RESOLUTION prepet'ng o A CstiMI Asa vi that In Sarasota County the pro

I me to do 'Night of the five and the remaining representativesshall amt to Artile XII of the Slate mt t consti thousand dollars (2.0.0) of the
Section to te numbered
SATURDAY ONLY Florida and
be assigned to the counties In proportion a valuation of property
Iguana' but I turned that down to population. The populations of by the Secretary of State relatingto method o revising or aiti.. ial Isss t taxable for school purposes only
FUTURE A THRILLOLIVlAdeHAVILLAND ,
FIRST
the respective counties for the purposesof the election o appointment o Superintendent pi portions of it exemption shall apply to the next
b auseIfigureditanother'IDmer this section shall be confined to citi- of Public instruction .o legislature at any regular session five thousand dollars ($S,000DO) ) 'o school
There's no fun in izens of the United States and shall not cambta. Lake Martin Ob Palm at any special o extraordinary session purposes only of assessed Said
vallto
Gantry. include foreign born person M nave Bea Putnam and Si Cti called f prp revision may propose of title may be held by

IS THE TRAPPED...DEFENSELESS... this business if you keep doing not Section became 4.ntrali shall aopor- of the State RESOLVED ef Ft b t the entire by constitution or a revision oramendment I jointly or in common wit or eireies an I

the parts all the time. Florida Constitution any portion or portions said exepi may api
same tion the representation of the That article the o
h a be amended set forth thereof and may direct and provide for a lu o the owners I r.
at the 1)71 regular as
; Lady in a Cage "Then 'The Sandpiper' was sate legislature and every te 'I:) years t that said resolution be bl t an election te si the8 their respective Ite..t.sall I
a
offered me. I turned that down thereafter based upon prIi latest electors of Florida for ratification If th sui Is ae by appear b n such
vote than five dollars (63.00000)shefl
federal decennial census. rejection at the aea election te beheld tre O t mr mt tsa '
too. Richard is doing that one Section 5. If any part of this loint In elected house b all any one (I) personor
SECOND FEATURE: Neb I shall be entered upon their respective
resolution declared superintendent ef nays any (1) dwelling hs nor
Utll o
I Si
with Liz. null and void then t ewe Pbi iri; appointment In certain Ils and t proposed revision shall the amount of 1
: but it has to o shall be null Inoperative. or be submitted ed the proportionate
UCWPTKHUI PIULIEIMIN 'iw1:: "I liked 'The Spy' non a ctes. I to the electors of the state for ratification -l any person
the interest
county superintendent assessed valuation based
and I don't o ptl or reiection at the next generalelectIon e
be shot in Europe NO.2 instruction shall be owned by such
appointed t held more seventy (70)I p Te lilitr.
want to leave home. So I told SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION county board 0 public Instruction I days after the t of the resolutioli -! may prescribe ) reas
; NO. W the counties Lake' Irtl unless by vote of three fourths (tt) able laws regulating the manner 0 establishing I
: Marty Ritt that while I believedit A JOINT RESUION proposing a Okeechobee .Esa. PI'm of the elected to each house the right to said .eio
amendment t Ail XVI. Si 7 o Semlnole wherein the affirmed the m provide for submission SECTION J. This resolution b
B.IOBIISORds- should be shot abroad, he the .Cll rltt. t by a maiority proposUI. qualified -: at.special election at an earlier come effective only upon Its approval b
SlllIEliEDWlftD
IIHAa: CAl.UM.[O..KNfS'} TEL1J SAVJ.lJSBARW would have to get himself another length of tel Oa electors o any county making date. The secretary of state shall cause a malority of the freeholders voting m Sar.
s be held
fANAVISIO"-.UEJROCOLOR. 1 EIO.STEfAN(fUl RS-Mt smucs BE THE the office notice t proposed rla or aIm a r.re election f \
I LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE o Sle. o the_ at the special o t
boy. of public I t .li
o I .
I THIRD ALL TIME HIT '' i&mFEATURES = OF FLORIDA: (2) The iri public Instruction to publIshed ti I i regular primary election.SECTION '
berelected
resolution
That article XVI section 7 *f t Florida .' newspaper each county ePp X Should this
j the county most request I I Wi
l ei the freeholders In SarasotaCounty
'1:003:045:117:14.9:21- HOLLYWOOD (AP) Stran- below constitution end that b a.J forth sub- may be a special dectto o my I pbls the than ten p1 then by this resolution shaa b
PLEASE Hi r the ballot of regular primary t It
on any
sight of the week was a to the electors lot rat b or less (I) weeks before ti-e nl And voUJ
BRIGITTE gest mme general election TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have
or reiection at the general election o t b dite election second publication .
Hollywood stars in November IMJ. by the board of Itrl a be at a" t I) and affixed the
l score or more to be held I p i i
OF OFFICES upon such timely and net less than four etstorh"at. of Florida at
TERMS .
Section 7.
--_ standing on their tiptoes to look such crunty election. 1)a:: this Ktft
CREATED BY LEGISLATURE cls o the t.
T c .
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to be
DOT 'I ; the heads of their offspring legislature shall not eat. any eli or cause amendment. r day o 196
BA I over me term shall be longer ol placed o the such ether elec ef a mtl the electors votingthereon. TOM ADAMS

: NOW ,- trying to catch. a glimpse of four (4) o t1, membership 1 e tl the proposition whether II take effect at noon en I Sa I State
exce ( AUU
;, the board responsibility for be effective In such ct, the first Tuesday after the first Monday

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What's your problem For a
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DEAR ABBY: I am married. He is married. Through work- as it always does. WHEN aoaFD '-WHEN ALL HE LEFT US WELL-dIuCKLd I WHERE

ing together we fell in love. Or-I did. It's the same old REMEMBER HOW WAS A MERE MILLION APIECE!} FOUND OUT THERE'S IS 1T r
DEAR ABBY: I would like your opinion of a sister who tells WHATSOMYOUR6SAPPOtHT l> SEEMED SUSPICIOUSLY ANOTHER MILLION you
story. I was old enough to know what I was doing and so was WARPED MIND I WE WERE- LITTLE FOR A SUCCESSFUL SALTED A V
YGREEDY
sisters brothers-that
everyone she has no or they are all
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he. Before long, the mutual attraction became stronger than tells that her ? ,you SADISTIC COUNTRY DOCTOR BEAST?
dead? She also people parents are dead. The W SWINE?
we could control. He convinced me that we could share our truth is she has a living mother and she also has three z \ / r.l a.ly
love without hurting our families. For a while I never knew sisters and two brothers who are living. The ironic part of a r.+l..6 r.1 L\2

such happiness could be had on earth. Suddenly he cast this whole situation is that she is the one everyone in the J *- e'(

me aside as nonchalantly as you would a banana peel. He told family did the most for. Why is it that the one you do every- ,
me that I was immoral and unworthy to be called a wife and thing for always hurts you the most? P .7 'ra cVOL 1

mother, and that I should change my way of living etc., etc.I SNUBBED : )' 9 II J

had never succumbed to a man's charms before, and I never DEAR SNUBBED: Some people never forgive you for what

will again. But maybe if you published this it might pre- you do for them because they can't bear the burden of in -
vent some other woman from making the same mistake. debtedness. It's easier for your sister to bury the whole

Thank you for letting me unburden to you. There is no one elseI family with one sentence than to acknowledge their help.
could tell. *

A DEVOTED FAN CONFIDENTIAL TO "WILLIAM IN BALTIMORE:" He who
DEAR FAN: Sadly enough, my publishing your letter will desires to achieve success must not be afraid of criticism; iwuzvisrriN1 VE KNOW WHAT A WHAT TH'NEXT TIME '"-

not jolt one woman who is having an affair. (They're jolt- for fear of criticism is the kiss of death in the courtship of = VO'RE LATE WIF OL'JEDGE MOUTHY CRITTER HEISDIDTH HE'D* THROW
proof.) But it may cushion the shock when it finally comes- achievement. FER SUPPER, ))1 N. POTTER WHEN HE GITS 70iJABBERIN' HAVETO JEDGE TH BOOK AT ME 'h
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WE'LL TAKING THE THE OLDNURSERV MAID FVE CCT'A JOB ut.D YOU WANT ME
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Friday Evening The citizens of Broken I 2. "Thunder Pass." A Cav- 7:30 O Campaign and the U JUNIOR.

5:00 O Best of GrouchoO Knee, Nev., entrust their I alry captain is given two Candidates ME? V ,, -

Adventures in life savings to a local, days to clear the valleyof (Special) VI f I .
gambler, sending him to' settlers after his peace CD Lucy Desi = IEAI _
Paradise '
Reno to launch a scheme powwow with Chief Black "The Ricardos Go to Ja '
5:25 O Moments in Sports to lure the tourist tradeto Eagle fails. Dane Clark, pan." Bob Cummings and E4U i I

5:30 O Newscope their town. Dorothy Patrick. one of his friends try to w- .

5:55 CD (Color) Local News, 9:30 Q D On Parade 11:30 O CD (Color) Johnny sell Lucy some Oriental

Weather Sports The Limelighters (Alex Carson-Variety pearls. ,
L
JtIQ _rs_
6:00 O News, Sports, Hassilev, Glenn Yarbroughand 1:00 I CD Broadway Goes Latin 8:00 O Fall Previews

Weather Lou Gottlieb) are in SATURDAY 8:30 O CD Movie r
6:30 O O News the Parade's limelight to I Morning and Afternoon "The Diary of Anne
7:00 O Yancy Derringer night. They sing "I Did, Frank." Anne Frank died I
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7:00 CD Union PacificO
Adventure What I Could," "Whistlin' in a Nazi concentration
"Return to New Orleans." Humanities C-52 still YEAH..I1LBE I READ IN A COUPLE ONCE IN A NO ONE CAN HANDLE AFTER AWHILE.
Gypsy, "Sing Up in camp a young girl. LEAVING AFTER THIS COLUMNS WHERE DON'S WHILE..BUTHE TOCKO..YOU KNOW THAT PLEA5ETAKE
Yancy's the big winner in the Sky," "Meetin' Here 7:30 O Sunday School Forum But prior to her capture z YOUU BE LEAVING LAST DRINK L DOING 5OMT HE CANHANDLE GOOD CARE OF HIM\ !I LOVE THAT KID
a poker game. But itdoesn't Tonight," "Gunslinger," CD Comedy Capers she lived in the "secretannex" TOWN RICK? HEAVY DRINKING BROTHER OF MINE..EVEN WITH HIS
look like he'sgoing "Brazilian Fisherman's 8:00 O Across the Fence of an Amsterdam I Lfc IT TRUE JOCKO IT/ ARROGANCE OTHER FAULTS/AND ALL HIS

to keep the money Song," "Thar She Blows" O Captain Kangaroo building.O iii !) >,a
i
-the other players are and "If I Had a Ham- CD Rocky and His Defenders "

bad losers. mer." Friends "Kill or Be Killed." .. '
O Death Valley Days 8:30 Q Robin Hood 9:30 O Summer Playhouse N I
Glenn Reeves O Twilight Zone CD (Color) Popeye and "Satan's Waltin'. A 1 j

Drama Bozo greedy opportunist and a .I ,. .
7:30 O International Show ,1p
The of "An Occur- Y r
story 9:00 Q SupercarO lonely spinster develop a ,
time- rence at Owl Creek Alvin mutual attraction: He's la&9rr- lft1r

In France, Don Ameche Bridge" is told with an 9:30 O CD (Color) Ruff and single and she's loaded. !
introduces Holiday on unusual and fluid camera ReddyO 10:00 O Miss America
Ice. Acts include three technique, and with less Tennessee Tuxedo Pageant I '

former Olympic skating than a dozen words of 10:00 Q CD (Color) Hector (Special) Bert Parks: em-
champions, a fireman dialog. MR.BUMSTGAD l VOUVE BEEN IN MV CHAIRFORTWFNTYMINUTET NEXT TIME ELL
HeathcoteO cee (2 hours) VOU>"RE A -iis=r BRING A UKULELE '
comedy number, Ukrain- 10:00 Jack Paar VERY DULL V.__ SO RY AND SING HAWAIIAN I'
O CD Quick Draw McGraw ,11:30 O CD News, Sports, HAIRCUT SAID A WORE ./pU SONGS TO YOU _t
ian folk dancers, a flam- (Color) Jack's guests are 10:30 Q CD Fireball XL-5 Weather
I sul3 ELD
ing-hoop act, a comed- pianist Liberace, some- O Mighty Mouse 12:00 O Movie !zT/- ; jS 6 g
ian and a skating clown. time poet and heavy- 11:00 CD O NBC Sports Special "A Letter to Three :

O Great Adventure weight boxing champion O Ranger Hal Wives." A hated rival Q 1 1
"Kentucky's Bloody Cassius Clay, comedian 11:30 CD O College Football sends a cryptic note to Z
Ground," first of two Milt Kamen and Mary UCLA vs. PittsburghO three wives telling them,0 0 .

parts. In the mid 1770's, McCarthy, author of "The Roy Rogers she has run off with one I --o. e eD0 e e .e,. pO PFree.
Daniel Boone and a partyof Group." Liberace accom- 12:00 O Sky King of their husbands. Jeanne I -

settlers established a panies Clay's poetry read- 12:30 O News Crain, Linda Darnell, Ann: 1y
settlement in the wilder- ing. Jose Melis orchestra 12:45 O Baseball: Minnesotavs. Southern, Kirk Douglas, I
ness west of the Alleghenies. O Alfred Hitchcock New York Paul Douglas. hour, 45 l 1S. :,"I

"Bed of Roses." A woman 2:30 O CD Football minutes) I z, .,. .w..Y: 9-II '

CD Destry is found murdered at the I Scoreboard O Movie --- -- --
"Go Away Little Sheba." address where cab driver II 2:45 CD U. S. L. T. A. Tennis "Sweet Smell of Success."

Impulsive Sheba Hannibal Sam Kirby drove George 3:30 O Invisible Man A columnist who controls GOOD!..NOW THAT VOUVL I THINK YOU IA,. n.rrlr .
aware that her en- Maxwell the night before, O CD World Series of many small men. Burt riw BUN WARNED, HOW ABOUT OUGHT TO KNOW-1- :H ANT )SEM.RL'.L LlaxAxr
father will hang Curtis. YE?!--I 60 ALL WEAK YOU'RE DIFFERENT! FINDING A 5EOUDE.D OKAY: IVE.
raged and Sam sees an oppor- Golf Lancaster, Tony E"t
AND WOBBLY AT THE 5I6KTOF
CORNER IN HERE AND
the man she planned to for blackmail. (1 hour, 35 min.) I'LL SAY THAT, GOT 30 MINUTES _
tunity
4:00 O NFL Countdown A RED-HEADED MAN,)IM! MISS BLAKE! SHOWING ME.THOSE NOTES
elope with, decides to protect 11:00 O O News Weather Evening CD Movie-Doable y -DO I SHOCK YOU?-I YOU TOOK ONLECTURE OLD HALSEON'S WORE CLA. MY,NEXT .i
her lover by claim- Sports 5:00 O OutlawsO Feature o SIMPLY DON'T BELIEVE. IN ? *J!; >M
ing that Destry was the CD (Color) Local News, Maverick 1. "Solid Gold Cadillac.", PLAYING THE COY + b1bwbtJ
groom-to-be. Weather CD Wrestling Things get out of hind: MAIDEN! __

8:30 O O Bob Hope 11:25 O Movie-Double 6:00 O Fishing Fun when a daffy blonde begins ] f / I OR ...

(Color) Rod Serling won Feature O News, Sports, to ask some notso-i y1B did' '' 1 I Ir
tI an Emmy for his scriptof 1. "The Quiet American." Weather daffy questions at a .-... r I
"It's Mental Work," The body of a murdered CD (Color) News, Sports stockholders meeting. Judy N

i adapted from a short young American is foundin 6:45 O News Holliday, Paul Doug- .,, ,C co ococqr .si'Z w
t' story by John O'Hara. a river in Saigon. Pol- 7:00 Q Circus Boy las, Fred Clark. 2.1 4 fb COC ac X00Ohr .
f, Longtime bar owner Ernie ice Inspector Vigot be- O Jimmy Strickland "Nightmare." A jazz mu-' c G

: Wigman wants to sell out, gins his investigation and, m Combat sician has a strange feel
preferably to his barten- through flashbacks, the "Bridgehead." Sergeant ing he has murdered ARE THOSE YAW-THEY'RE MEAN WHILE-ANOTHER,KIND OF ...AND''K AVAILABLE COL.CANYON
if PEOPLE \ AUDJTIONINSOJTfQg SELECTION K BEINfrMADE... FOR THE TRJP-IS ALWAYS CCMKl
:\ der Rich, who has a yen reason for the American's Saunders' squad is givenan someone. Edward G. z ROM THE' ,BASKET Ai TUTORS TO NICK' Er>WINO... I'P THE V.SA.T.
't to own a bar but lacks death is made apparent. extremely hazardous Robinson. Kevin McCarthy -0i FARAWAY BALL KEEP SHAKY DIP OU RUN N VES/Slfc.! AN j HElL HANDLE THE ACTIVE-DUTY
THAT PROSPAAA \ENGINEER WHO
N.y. WCRLDI5 2LOPP ELIGIBLE SUDE-KULE PHASE TYPE WHO FLEW
the cash. Audie Murphy, Michael assignment, and Pvt. Connie Russel,l>t FAI ,POTEET TO PLAV. THQOUGH CYBER) WORKED OHNETIC OF THE JOB... A WITH THE BNS
I O Route 66 Redgrave, Claude Daup-- Heller isn't too happy Jayne Mansfield. ((3 hours a CANYON HAS SUSIE/ _/ PITTSBUWHfc IN W.W.II.SEEMS.'
"Eleven, the Hard Way. hin, Giorgia Moll. about going along. 10 min.) I II 12: I MADE RECRUITI MAGIC I ., b AGAIN? \GOLDEN TRIANGLE
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$It( WASHINGTON-We have a 'Hooray for Goldwater! Lately down candy stores and abolish'have a Goldwater cell in your b I TAKE MUCH r t SriUNDER J
t friend who has four children.He she's been wearing Goldwater bubble gum." basement?" I TO MAKE t A NICE TDM COLLItiS,
JULIAN
is an ardent Democrat and buttons on her dress and some- .... ME NAPY t SHAI7TK5W14EM \flIc 0
"What was your response to "What does your wife have 2
hard for President body in the neighborhood has <
is working "
I that? to say about this? MV DAVSYEAH.
Johnson's ele c t ion. But been slipping her Goldwater = WORK ISDONE
his nine-year-old daughter hap- stickers which she pastes up "I told her Goldwater was "She thinks it's part of the 15
around house going to put a tax on all bi- parent backlash. wife I _
, pens to be for Goldwater. the and it's driv- My be-
"At first," he told us, "I ing me nuts. Look, I want my cycles, doll houses, and doll lieves we should pretend to be af. Y h A5Kd
thought it was amusing. But I kid to grow up and think for clothes. I warned her if Gold- for Goldwater and then our l-.c

don't think it's very funny any- herself, but she doesn't haveto water was elected she ,would daughter would be for John- Ir I
have to take care of her baby "
son.
How would like it start with Goldwater. ;.J
more. you sister every afternoon, and he 911IE
if you came home after a hard "Have you tried to discuss would forbid anyone under 21 "Why don't you do it?" .... 11A4 I

I day's work and instead of your the issues with her?" from watching television." "I'm afraid of losing the II

I t daughter kissing Goldwater you she shouted !'?"- "Of course I have. I told "I should think that would other three kids. They might
for
'Hooray her that if Goldw ate r was have done think we REALLY
it. are for .,
HE LET ONE OF THE DID YOUR CO YOU KNOW THE T YE5..fT WAS
"Why is she doing it? We elected he would THAT'S LIEUTENANT.! 1\\0 "
make 11 Goldwater. RIGHT
a "It would have that -- MEN GO BUT PROVE THE EMPLOYEEJPENTIFY UCENS6 PLATE OF )ONE OP MY CARS' )
i iI asked him. children go to school on Sat- except "You Mal OP MY EMPLOYEES WERE LEAVING r OTHER OFF AT GUU t POINT. TTEGUNMAN. THE CM? -*- ,
, she went back to the Goldwater do have a problem." THE RESTAURANT TONIGHT WHENA .
"I can't figure it out. She'sa urdays and he would do away neighbors and they told her "The worst part of it is I've YOUNG FELLOW PACKINGA
good child, we've always lavished with summer vacations. He also -President Johnson was againstthe lost all perspective. When she's a GUN HELP THEM, UP! r -

; love and affection on her, was advocating an hour's Three Stooges, sandpiles, bad I don't know if I'm punish- # ,, ei 1Sr
and she doesn't get punished extra homework each night and and Disneyland. ; ing her for her behavior or <

more than any other kid. But was supporting daily tests in because she's for Goldwater.It I
"I didn't
think
somewhere along the way we arithmetic." going to become the campaignwas this' makes me feel guilty as
II
1" must have failed""Has "Didn't that scare her?" hell." w a
rough, we said. I
she told you her reasons "It did for a couple of days, "I wouldn't mind if it was Why don't you tell her the III

1 for supporting G o 1 d- but then the Goldwater people just her, but she's enl i s ted Beatles "are going to vote for Q : 1/
water?" got to her and told her President -i three of her friends in the cam-' Johnson?" j _- I

t' "No. Everytime f ask her, Johnson was going to cut!I paign. How would you like to "Say," he shouted, "I never ''t i
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RESOLUTION NO. 1256 5. A. T. 4 Eugenia Angelakos Casa Loma, PB C- ASSESSMENT ROLL PB F-14. Lot f 10X1910X10 30930 f I
A RESOLUTION FIXING THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE CON 43 N 50 ft Of Lot 2 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 4. J. L. & Ruby Sanders Hazel Hts. Addn. 1 i
STRUCTION Of SANITARY SEWER LINES IN CERTAIN STREETS AND Blk A 50.00 150.00 NW 45th Ave.. from Its intersection with NW 13th Street, run 600 feet West. PB F-14 Lot I 309.30 '
EASEMENTS IN THE CITY OF GAINESVILLE; ADOPTING AND CON '. Standard Fertilizer Co. Clinch Grant Per Total length of line 600.00 tt. 5. J. U FIRMING THE ASSESSMENT ROLLS THERETO; ORDERING THE PUBLICATION Gov. Plat, All Clinch Total front footage 1200.00 ft. PB F-14, Lot 7 10110 309.H 1

THEREOF; AND DIRECTING THE STATEMENTS BE MAILED TO Grant W of ColcloughHill Front footage to be assessed 1200.00 ft. 4, L. G. 4 Julia M. WInn Hazel Hts. Addn. 1 '
THE PROPERTY OWNERS- Rd less prts Rate of assessment $ XOO per front ft. PS F-14, Lot 4 10X11 309 JO

WHEREAS under the provisions of Ordinance No. 1127. passed by the sold also S 25 ft. af Total Assessment S360000 7. E. F. 4 Edith Fort Hazel Hts. Addn. I
City Commission on 1M 7th day of January. A.D. 1943 certain sanitary Lot 2 4 Lot X Blk A- ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB F-14 Let S 10X1010X10 309 JO t

sewer lines were ordered to be constructed, I portion of which were Identified 4 16 ft on E side NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED I. J.A. & Betty Howard Hazel Hts. Addn. 1
as 4GJ4-E in said Ordinance No. 1127 and are specifically described In the less W 7 ft, Casa 1. Evelyn B. Hartman Paradise PB A-4 E PB F-14, Lot 4 309 JO
Loma less parcel 22 9. G. Si Ann Desha ( Hazel Hts. Addn. 1
Schedule attached hereto. and by this reference hereby made I part hereof and 264- of S 330 of George)
Kirkwood 4 less SRD Lot 32 24400 731.00 PB F-16, Lot 3 10X1010X10 _.30
WHEREAS
said work In Section 4026-E has been accomplished in accordance -
with the plans and specifications therefor and the same Is hereby R-W, OR 194-374 less X A. T, 4 Luvenla Thomas Paradise PB A-4 S 10. W. B. & Mary Lansdale: Hazel Hts. Addn. I
accepted and that part as 330 of E 1ST of W PB F-14 Lot 2 309 JO
approved per OR 245-248 15200 454.00 11. J. L. I. Ruby Sanders Hazel Hts. Addn. 1
NOW. THEREFORE Parcel 2 100.0000 X W. L. 4 Elenor Thomas; Parade Ace PB F-14 Lot 1 10X10 _JOIn
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IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF GAINESVILLE: ASSESSMENT ROLL
S 330' Of W 20T Of
Section 1. That the total cost of said sewer I lines Is In each Instance equalto FOR SANITARY SEWER Lot 32SOUTH 202.00 606.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL
the estimated and advertised cost thereof as set forth In Ordinance No. In SW llth Place from Its Intersection wIth SW 14th Street run 300 FOR SANITARY SEWER

1127 and the rate of assessment per front toot upon abutting property front feet West.Total SIDEParadise NW 21st Dr.. from its Intersection with NW 42nd Avenue. run 550
ing on said Improvements, is hereby ordained to be the amount set forthIn length of (line 32500 ft. 1. P. M. 4 Rosa Zipperer PB A-4 feet North.
the assessment roll therefor. which is hereto attached, and bthis Total front footage 89900ft. N'': of Lot 33 less Total length of line 510.00 ft.

reference hereby made a part hereof. Front footage to be asserted :124.CO n. W 100'Paradise 500.00 1500.00 Total front footage 1194.31 ft.
Section 1. That the assessment rolls for each of the sewer lines listed Assessment per front foot S 3.00 2. T. A. 4 Katherine Wallace PB A-4 Front footage to be assessed 1091.21 ft.

are attached hereto and the same are hereby adopted and confirmed. and iASSESJ assessment $97200NORTH W 100' of NU of Rate of assessment S XOO per front ft.
each and every one of the assessments shown thereon Is hereby declared : SIDE FRONT AMO'JNT TO Lot 33 10000 300.00 Total Assessment: S327343
t. be, and shall remain legal' valid end binding liens upon the property NO.. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED ASSESSMENT WEST SIZE FRONT AMOUNT TO

against which said assessments are made, until the same are paid In accordance 1. L. P.. Carrie. R. W. 4 7-10-20, Com. NW ASSESSMENT ROLL -. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
with law. Rosa Cheshire Intersection of SW FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 1. W. H. PETERSON (only) Hazel Hts. PB F-4 t
Section X That this Resolution, the attached description of the sanitary 14th St. 4 SW 18th NW 19th Street from Its intersection with NW- 42nd Avenve to its Lot"47 4 SVi Let'48 153.70 461.10

sewer lines so constructed and the assessment rolls shall be published one Place N 85 Deg. W intersection with NW 44th Avenue. 2. V. E. 4 Gladys Nesler Hazel Hts. PB F-4
time in the Gainesville Sun. a newspaper of general circulation publishedIn 324 ft N 04 Deg. E Total length of line 1308.M ft. Lot 49 4 NW Of
this City, and each special assessment shown on the attache roll 120 ft S 84 Deg. E Total front footage 2115.00 ft. Let 41Hazel 15X70 "1.10

shall! bear interest from such publication date at the rate and under the 313.79 ft S 120 ft to Front footage to be assessed 168000ft. 3. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Hts. PB F-4
conditions as set forth in said Ordinance No. 1127 unless paid within thirty POI, OR 174-268 32400 97X00 Rate of assessment $ 100 per front ft. Lot 50Hazel 10110 30930

(30) days from such pu IICltion. Total Assessment $504000WEST 4. Hazel I S. Havens Hutchins Hts. PB F-4
Section 4. The Cleric of the Commission Is hereby directed to matt to each ASSESSMENT' SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot 51Hazel 110.14 33042

property owner shown on the attached assessment roll within five U) ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 5. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Hts. PB F-4,
days from the date of the publication of the assessment roll 4S called 1. H. M. Umbarger Life Est. Paradise P8 A-4 Lot 52 7543 2268EAST

for in Section 3 of this Resolution a bill for the actual amount due by In .WU1 Street from ItsOInflersetflpRwltA SW llth Place to Its Intersection Lots 37M 1180.00 3540.00
him according to said assessment rclU i. with SW 14th Avenue. SIDE

PASSED this 31 day of August A.O. tt4. Total length of line 1.372.00 ft. EAST SIDE 1. P. 4 Lizzla Sapp Hazel Hts. PB F4.
Total front footage 2.267.00 ft. 1. M. J. Christian Sr. Paradise PB A-4 Lot 21Hazel 103.10 309.30
S-HOWARD MCKINNEY Front footage to be Lot 45 less S 105 Of Hts. PB F-4.
assessed 2,147.00 ft. 2. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins
Assessment W 420 .. less N 3V 500.00 1500.00 10X1010X10 309.30
front 20
Ma/or-Commissloner per foot S XOO Lot

Total Assessment 561.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL 3. J. L. 4 Ruby D. Sanders toze 19Ht 3. PB F-4,
ATTEST: \ ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 30930
S-A. CLARENCE O'NEILL -. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 4. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins ts. PB F-'.
Clerk of the Commission 1. R. Q. 4 Blanche Bault Clinch Grt per Gov. NW 44th Avenue, from its Intersection with NW 19th Street to its Haze' 110.20 330.60

Plat, beg. at NE tor intersection with NW 18th Terrace. 5. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Hazel Hts. PB F..
PAGE run S 2523.3 ft W 355.5ft Total length of line 367.00 n.40000ft.. Lot 17 7544 226.32

4824-E S 820 ft to Int Pt. Total front footage .
1..la the West Side af Southwest 11th Street from Its intersect.on with S :349 ft W 324 ft N Front footage to be assessed 600.00 ft. ASSESSMENT ROLL
Southwest 21st Avenue. run 100 feet South; 170 ft W 209 ft N 115 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

2..IK the East side of Southwest 11th Street from Its intersection with ft E 491 ft to Beg.less Total Assessment S180000 from Its Intersection with NW 42nd Ave, run 550
,
Southwest 21st Avenue run too feet South; OR 174-268 23500 705.03 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO NW 21st Terrace
I. In Southwest inn Street from Its intersection with Southwest 21st Avenueto 2. State Board of Education Clinch Grt. per Gov. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED feet North. .00.00 /1.
Its Intersection with Southwest 18th Place; Plat com. at NE carrunS252.3ftW70.5 1. A. T. & Betty Garibaldi Paradise PB A-4 Total length of line 1196.21 ft.

S. !. Southwest lath Place, from its Intersection with Southwest 14th Street .. .. Lot 3 of Lot 36 per Total front footage 990.01 ft.
ftS525ftW215ft OR 48-220 100.00 300.00 Front footage to be assessed
run 300 feet West ft.
4 la Southwest 14th Street from its Intersection with Southwest isth Placeto to int. Pt. thence S 2. W. C. 4 Elaine Bargren Paradise PB A-4 Rate of assessment S$2970.03 100 per front
Lot 2 Of Lot 36 Total Assessment:
293ftW49ttN21fftEl72ftleuLet7175
Its Intersection with Southwest 14th Avenue
; WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
100.00 300.00
'. la a* alley East of Southwest I4th Street from Its Intersection with OR 49295 A 5.SSMEN1wNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
tt by 235 ft In NE- 3. H. & Marlon Ellsworth Paradise PB A-4
Southwest 14th Avenue to its Intersection with Southwest 12th Avenue
; (Horace) Lot 1 of Lot 36 Howard Hazel Hts. PB
F
cor. 219.25 457JJ per 1. Betty L.
10. In aa alley West of Southwest 14tn Street from Its intersection with 3. Estelle E. Harlan : Clinch Grt. OR 41-424 100.00 300 W Lot 12 103.10 30930
Southwest 14th Avenue to Its Intersection with Southwest 12th Avenue; per Gov. III Hazel Hts. PB F-4
Carrtra
Plat beg. at NE cor 2. F. 4 Gavlna
Ills an casement along Tumbles Creek, commence at Southwest 14th 309.30
SOUTH SIDEParadise Lot
run S 2523.3 ft W 70.5 (Frank) 1 1010
Avenue 150 teet East of Southwest 13th Street thence run Southerly (50 feet .
; PB F-4
ft cont. W 285 ft S 1. C. T. 4 Catherine Perry Jr. PB A-4 3. Gertrude Webster loHazel1Hts.
12. la Northwest 45th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 13th 525 tt to Int Pt. S Lot 4 of Lot 36 per 10X18 309.30.

Street to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street .. > 73.75 ft W 235 ft. N OR 62-113 100.00 300.00 4. J. W. GaynelH Willis Hazel l ts16B F-4
IX I. Northwest 45th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 13th Street 7375 ft E 235 ft. 73.75 22125 2. J. R. 4 Winnie Neal. Jr. Paradise PB A100.00 300.00 Hatsl 18X77 15731
run 600 feet West; 4. T. J. 4 Helen Davis Clinch Grt. per Gov. Lot 5 of Lot 34 per .
14. la Northwest 19th Street, from its intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenueto Plat. beg. at NE cor OR 66-393 100.00 300.00 EAST SIDE

Its Intersection with Northwest 44th Avenue; of Sect run S online E 3. Michael Prater Paradise PB A-4 1. C. E. 4 Edna Hopkins Hazel .PB F
15..la Northwest 44th Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest ivth Street 2523.3 ft N 85 Lot 6 of Lot 36 per Lot 5 10X1010X10 30930

to Its Intersection with Northwest llth Terrace; degrees 5 min W 3SS OR 73-73 10000 300.00 2. J. Taylor, Jr. Hts. PB F-4
11. la Northwest 43rd Avenue from its intersection with Northwest Iftti Street ft to int. Pt. run S Z rz 3OP.3

to Intersection with Northwest llth Terrace 525 ft N 85 deg 5 min.W472ftN4deg5S ASSESSMENT ROLL X R. L. 4 Helen Conaway Hts PB F-4
17. la Northwest 42nd Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 21st Driveto FOR SANITARY SEWER 10310 30930

Its Intersection with Northwest 16th Street; mmnE526ftS05 In NW 43rd Ave., from its Intersection with NW 19th St. to its intersection 4. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Haze! rlts PB F-'
1$..la Northwest 21st Drive, from Its intersection with Northwest 39in Avenue deg S min E 429 ft nth NW 18th Terrace. Lot 2 110.20 330.40 '

to its Intersection With Northwest 42nd Avenue; to POB as per DB Total length of line 365.00 ft. 5. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Hazl Hts. PB F-6

1.*. la .Northwest 2lst. Terrace. .u from Its Intersection with Northwest 39th 167.163 525.00 1.575.00 Total front footage 665.00 ft. Lot 1 7.4 226.3
Avenue TO ITS intersection WITH Northwest 42nd Avenue; Front footage to be assessed 665.00 ft.
20. la Northwest 21st Drive, from its intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue, EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION Rate of assessment I 3.00 per front ft. ASSESSMENT ROLL
run 550 feet North; 1. Fanida Baker Dixie Gardens, PB Total Assessment $199500 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

21. la Northwest 21st Terrace from its intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue, C-53 Lots 4 to 15, ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO NW 13th Terrace, from its intersection with NW 41st Road to Hs Inter
run 550 feet North; Inc Blk B less E 43 NO.. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED with NW 43rd
22. la Northwest IJth Terrace, from its Intersection with Northwest 41st Roadto ft of Lots 6.1.0.9 1. H. 4 Virginia Hoyt Paradise PB A-4 sectio Total length of Avenue line 74700ft.
Its Intersection 41t.00 1.157.00 Lot 9 of Lot 36 as
with Northwest 43rd Avenue; Dixie 1,415.50 ft.
2. E. E. 4 Lula Kerr Total front footageFront
2X la Korthwost; 43rd Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 13th Terrace Gardens PB per OR 77.195 100.00 300.00 to be assessed 1,169.00 ft. ;
footage
to Its Intersection with Northwest It3h Street; C.53 Lots 849, 2. C. L. I. Carolyn Graves Paradise PB 1.-<1 Assessment front ft. S XOO
per
24. In Northwest sate Terrace from Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue 3. Price Realty Co. Blk ADixie 160.00 48000 Lots 7.1 of Lot 36 Total 509 43
Gardens, PB as per OR 77-190 200.00 600.00 AssmnlWEST13S
to Its Intersection with Northwest 39th Avenue; A FRONT AMOJNT TO
25. la Northwest 41st Road, from Its Intersection with Northwest 15th Streetto C.53Lots- 2.3.4. S, g.SSMEN1wNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSES
Blk A less E 43 ft all SOUTH SIDEParadise
Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Terrace; R. V. 4 Dorothy Jones 19-9-20, S 124.1 ft of
as per 97524-599 252.00 7500 1. J. G. 4 Fannie Ross PB A-4 1.
24. la Northwest 41st Read from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Terrace 4. Prke Realty Co. Dixie Gardens, PBC N 30- of Lot 45 t N 249.4 ft Of W 214ftofE651.9ftOf

run 150 feet East; -53 Lot 1, Blk A Lot 44 less E 15' 345.CO 109500 1
27. la Northwest 39th Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 16th Street less E 2 ft RW 4300 189.00 SE U of SE'i 124.CO 37200

to its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street; ASSESSMENT ROLL 2. T. V. 4 Mildred Adams 19.9ft W 5115 ft ftf E
28. la Northwest 15th Street, from its Intersection with Northwest 39th ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR SANITARY SEWERIn Of

Avenue to Its Intersection with Northwest 41st Road; FOR SANITARY SEWERIn NW 42nd Ave.. from its intersection with NW 21St Dr. to its intersection N 124.t ft Of SE to
29. la Northwest 14th Street from its Intersection with Northwest 39th Avenueto an alley East of SW 14th' with NW 14th St. of SE U 7J.CO 25.0
Street from Its intersection with SW 14th
its Intersection with Northwest 41st Road; Avenue to its intersection with SW 12th Avenue. Total I length of line 2.941.00 ft. 3. J. G. 4 Fannie Ross 19.9-2 W 274 ft of
30. la Northwest 36th Avenue from its Intersection ft of N
with Northwest 21st Streetto Total length of line Total front footage 581400 ft. 67. 124
44100 ft.
Its Intersection with Northwest 19th Street; ft of .
Front
Total front footage footage to be assessed 5451.00 ft.
31. la Northwest 35th Avenue from Its Intersection 1,3.52.40 ft. less E 110 ft of S 75Has13s.2ttofW
with Northwest 21st Street Front footage to be assessed 1.352.0 ft. Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
to Its Intersection with Northwest 19th Street Assessment her front foot $ 3.00 Total Assessment $16.353.00
32. la Northwest 34tA Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 21st Street Total assessment $4.057.20 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 270 ft Of Lot 48.
to its Intersection with Northwest 19th Street ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Paradise 114.00 552.00
TO
3X la Northwest 33rd' Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 21st Street NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 1. Hazel S. Havens Hazel Hts. PB F-4 4. Elizabeth V. Ross Paradise, PB A-4.S
to its Intersection with Northwest 19th Street; 1. W. C. 4 Sarah Durham Little Candy PB Lot 22 '7.00 291.00 337 ft of W 274 ft O

34. la Northwest 32nd Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest ?lst Street B.28 Lots 7, 8, 9. 11, 2_ Pinkney C. Hutchins Hazel Hts. PB F-4, Lot 48 les S
to its Intersection with Northwest 19th Street 135.2 20110 40540
; Blk 3 288.<10 84520 Lot 11 97.00 291.00
55. In Northwest list Place, from Its Intersection with Northwest 21it Street 2. E. 4 Helen Gechter Little Candy PB 3. PInkney C. Hutchins Hazel Hts. PB F-6, EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION
to Its Intersection with Northwest 17th Street; B28 Lot 4. Blk 2 100.00 300.00 Lot 6 97.00 291.00 1. H. 4 Ruth Haynes (Hershel) 19.9-20, 5 90 ft Of N
37. la Northwest 18th Street from Its intersection with Northwest 34th Place 1 Mildred T. Penuel Little Candy PB 4. Hazel S. Havens Hazel Hts. PB F-4, 251 ft of W 290 ft o
run 450 feet North; B28 Lot 8, Blk 2 50.00 150.00 Lot 7 97.00 291.00 E 347 ft of SEU
38. la Northwest 17th Terrace from Its Intersection with Northwest 34th 4. C. T. 4 Caroline Brannon Little Candy PB 5. H. M. Umbarger Life Est. Paradise PB A-4 of SE'i 90.CO 27000

Place run 450 feet North; B.28 Lot 10, Blk 2 100.00 300.00 Lots 43-44 1280.00 3840.00 2. H. 4 Ruth Haynes (HershH) 19.9.20, S 90 n o N
39. In Northwest J4tn Place, from Its Intersection with Northwest 18th Street 5. J. R. 4 Christine Kelly Little Gandy. PB 6. Marlon J. and Lucille Christian Pardise PB 1.-<1 141 ft of W 290 of
to its Intersection with Northwest 17th Street; B.21 Lots 7, I Elk 1 S 105' of W 420- of E 347 n of SE V4
.. la Northwest 35111 Place, from Its intersection with Northwest 17th Street, 4 alley ad I. 4 St. as Lot 45 42000 1260.00 of SE V4 9000 270 CO
run 850 feet East; per OR 344-391 15500 44500 7. M. J.. Christian, Sr. Paradise PB A-4 X W. E. 4 Clara Williams 19-9-20, N 71 ft Of W
41..la Northwest 34th Place from Its Intersection with Northwest 17th Street Lot 45 less S 105' of 290 ft of E 347 ft Of
run 853: feet East EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION W 420 4 less N 30 220.00 46000 SE tit of SE'i alsoS11ftefEiof

42. la Northwest 17th Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 35th Place, 1. A. K. 4 Lassie Black Little Candy, PB I. J. G. & Fannie Ross Paradise PB A-4
run 500 feet Norm B-28 Lots 1, 2, 3,1, N30 of Lot 45 4 Lot Lot 48, ParadisePB

4X In Northwest 17th Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 34th Place S. 6. Blk :3 less E 16 less E 15' 621.00 186300 A-4 11100 35400

to Its Intersection with Northwest 29th Road; 2 ft. 289.00 86700 4. H. 4 Ruth Haynes (Hershel) Paradise, PB A-4,
......In Northwest mil Road, from its Intersection with Northwest 17th 2. J. W. 4 Icy Stancil Little Gandy PB SOUTH SIDE N 290 ft of W 297 n
Street.
run 1100 feet South; B28 Lot 5. Blk 2 50.00 150.00 1. K. W.. S. Joan Brown Hazel Hts. PB F-4 ofE350.9ftofS'2of
3. E. D. Graft on Little Gandy. PB Lot 23 97.00 991.00 .
Lot R W
45. In Northwest :list Avenue from Its intersection
with Northwest
to Its Intersection with Northwest 22nd Street 19th Street B2I Lot 4, Blk 2 50.00 150.00 2. Hazel S.. Havens Hazel Hts. PB F-4, 4les 217.00 141.00
.
; 4. E. E. 4 Aleta Edenfield Little Gandy PB Lot 10 97.00 291.00 & 16
46. la Northwest 22nd Street from its
to its Intersection with Northwest 28th intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue B-21, Lot 3, Blk 2 50.00 150.00 3. R. A. I. Alma Boudreau Hazel Hts. PB F-6, ASSESSMENT ROLL
AVenue
; 5. Angellne H. Elder Little Gandy, PB Lot 9 97.00 291.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER
"7. la Northwest 21st Terrace from Its Intersection with Northwest 28th Avenue B.28 Lot 2, less E 2 4. Hazel S.. Havens Hazel Hts. PB F-6,
to its Intersection with Northwest 29th Place; In NW 43rd Avenue from its intersection with NW 13th Terrace to its intersection -
tt, Blk 2 50.00 150.00 Lot 8 97.00 291.00
22nd Street Ollye Little Gandy. PB 5. Hazel S. Havens Paradise, PB A-4
to its Intersection with Total length of line 240 ft.
Northwest 21st Terrace; B-28 Lot 1, less E 2 Lots 42, 54 thru 59
49. In Northwest 2fth Place from Its intersection with Northwest 22nd Street, ft. Blk 2 50.00 150.00 less RW 4 less OR Total front footage 517 ft.
run 300 feet East; 7. J. R. 4 Christine Kelly, Little Gandy, PB 41.222 less OR 41- Front footage to be assessed- 320 n.

50. I. Northwest 29tti Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 22nd Street B.28 Lot 6 less E 2 .- 123 4 less OR 47.321 Assessment per front foot S 3.00
to Its Intersection with Northwest 21st Terrace tt, Blk 1 120.00 360.00 4 less OR 49-155 Total assessment $940.00
51. la Northwest 28th Place from its intersection with Northwest 22nd Street, ASSESSMENT ROLL less OR 61-303 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
run 300 feet East FOR SANITARY SEWERIn less Hazel Hts. PB NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED

52..In Northwest Jlth Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 22nd an alley West of SW 14th Street from its Intersection with SW 14th F-4 4 less Hazel Hts. 1. O. L.Errophene Crozier Paradis PB A-4, S
Street run 300 feet East; Avenue to its intersection with SW 12th Avenue. Add 1 PB F-16 4 1. N 300 ft of

SX In Southwest 14th Avenue from Its Intersection with Tumblin Creek, Total length of line 605.00 ft. less W100' of E260 Of ft of E 450 ft
run East to a point 300 feet West of South Main Street; Total front footage 1.110.0 ft. Si CO" of Lot 59 of Lot 48 less R-W
Front footage to be assessed 1,180.90 ft. Paradise PB A-4 380.00 114000 DB 31.3 30.0 94000
ASSESSMENT ROLL Assessment per front ft. $ 3.00 4. J. C. 4 Barbara Roberts Paradise, PB A.4
FOR SANITARY SEWER Total Assessment $354270WEST wioy of E26P of SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTIONNONE

In the West Side of SW 13th Street from its Intersection with SW 21st ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO N125' of Lot 54 100.00 300.00
Avenue. run 900 feet South. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 7. H. L. & Betty Morrison Paradise PB A-4
Total I lengta of line MO,00 ft. 1. F. H. 4 Margaret Hut Little Candy PB NIL Of E10T af ASSESSMENT ROLL
Total front footage 1,05600 B.28 Lots 447. Lot 54 100.00 300.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER
Front footage to be assesseo 974.00 ft. Blk 4 112.20 336.60 t. S. R. & Amelia Hotard Paradise PB A-4 In NW 20th Terrace, from its intersection with NW 42nd Avenue to its
Assessment per front toot S 3.00 2. G. Harrison (Grady) Little Gandy PB Lots 53 44000 1920.00 intersection with NW 39th Avenue.
Total Assessment $2.92100WEST B28 Lot 8. Blk 4 50.00 150.00 9. J. G. & Fannie Ross Paradise Lot 52 4 Total length of line 1160.00 ft.
ASSESSMENT SIDE X M. 4 Carolyn Tyner, Jr. Little Gandy, PB 51 less E 304' of Total front footage 249000 ft.
FRONT
NO. OWNER AMOUNT TO (Mack) B28 Lot 10. Blk' 100.00 300.00 Lot 51 41000 183000 Front footage to be assessed 2240.M ft.
1. Robert B. Opperman Casa DESCRIPTION Loma S FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 4. W. F. 4 Omle Collins, Jr. Little GAndy. PB 10. Malcolm Mary Shea Paradise E 304' of Rate of assessmentTotal S 3.00 per front ft.
5 ft B28 Lot 4, Blk 5 100.00 300.00 Lot 51 less the S 21 r Assessment: $472000
Lot 1, Lot 2, Lot :3 N 5. W. F. 4 Omle Collins, Jr Little Gandy, PB Of E100 304.00 912.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
40 ft of Lot 4, Blk c B2I Lot I. Blk 5 50.00 15000 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED

Replat Case Loma 4. H. M. 4 Claudia Brown Little Gandy. PB ASSESSMENT ROLL 1. Mary H. Baker Paradise PB A.1W10'ofB260'of
Unit 1 less R-W per B.28 Lots 9410, FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

DB 334-307 37500 1,12500 Blk 5 100.00 300.00 NW 21st Dr.. from its Intersection with NW 39th Ave. to Its Intersection SIOO of N 225 Of
2. Madeline M. Watts Casa Loma PB C-43 S with NW 42nd Ave.. Lot 54 100.00 300.00

40 ftofLot""Lot EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION Total length of line 1190.00 ft. 2. W. F. 4 Nancy Chapman p.radls PB A-4
5 Blk C less E 1. F. H. 4 Margaret Hull Little Gandy. PB Total front footage Z441J4 ft. E 240 Of
43 ftCasa. 120.00 34000 \ B-28 Lots 445, Front footage to be assessed 235844 ft. S 100- of N 325' Of
3. Rosemary Gillett et al Loma PB C- Blk 113.70 34110
4 Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. Lot 54 ICO.00 300.00
63 Lots 4. 7 less E 2. G. Harrison (Grady) Little Candy, PB Total Assessment $7075.38 X J. 4 Elsie Green PB A-4
43 ft R-W Ilk B 28 Lots 25.3. PllrllClae.
C 160.00 48000 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO N 425' Of
4. D. C. 4 Imogene Land Casa Loma PB C- Blk 6 100.00 300.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED W 100- of E 240 Of

63 W 87JO ft of Lots 3. M. 4 Carolyn Tyner, Jr. Little Gandy PB 1. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Hazel Hts. PB F-4. 54 OR 13-121 100.CO .
8. 9 Blk C B 28 Lot 1, Blk' 50.00 150.00 L 300 CO
150.00 45000 (Mack) Lot 35Hazel '6.17 290.61 4. M. R. 4 Helen Misner AWE .4
S. Bruce Maeoard et al D. L. Clinch Grant. 4. T. B. 4 Bernice Conrad Little Gandy, PB 2. Barbara Ann Buckhalter Hts. PB F-4, *
Com NE cor. of B-28 Lots 544. Lot 34Hazel 103.10 309.30 240 Of
Napier Grant W 74 81 Blk 5 100.00 300.00 3. J. L. 4 Ruby Sanders Hts. PB F-4 S107etN525'ofLet
ft to W R-W line of 5. Annie P. Warne Little Gandy, PB Lot 37 103.10 309.30 5 100.00. 300.00
5. J. J. Marietta Mattox
US B-28 Lot X Blk S 50.00 150.00 /. Pllrlldls. PB A
".- hlway 441 N W. C. 4 Jerry Chambers HazelLot Hts. PB F-4, N
120.66 ft to POB N 6. P. S. 4 Bertha Guerry Little Candy PB 38Hazel 10X10 309.30 o
121 ft W 275 ft S 321 B-28 Lots 1 4 2. 5. R. K. 4 Erica Blgham Hts. PB F-4. W 100' E 240 Of
ft E 137 ft N 200 ft 81k 5 100.00 300.00 10X1010X10 309 JO P rae 10000 30000
E133fttoPoeaeasement 7. A. K. 4 Lassie Black Little Gandy. PB 6. R. A. & Louise Young Hazel Hts.. PB F-4, 4. J. D. 4 Llllie Glieco ui PB A-4
50 ft x 275 B.28 Lot 1, Blk 4 4 Lot 40Hazel 309.30 W 100 Of E 240 ofS1CofLotse&W

ft N of N line of St. 4 alley adl as 7. Elaine A. Palermo Hts. PB F-4,
property OR 174-207 per DB 344-389 155.00 465.00 Lot 41Hazel 103.10 309.30 100' Of E 260 Of N
171.00
51X00 ASSESSMENT ROLL *. A. L. & Marie Thomas Hts. PB F-6. 90* of 100.00 *.00
EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION FOR SANITARY SEWER Lot 42Hazel 10X1 309.30 7. R. H. 4 Virginia Henderson Paradise piA-
NONEASSESSMENT In an easement along Tumbling Creek, commence at SW 14th Avenue 9. L. O. 4 Pauline Nadeau Hts. PB F-4 W 10a of
150 feet East of SW 13th Street thence run Southerly 850 feet. Lot 43Hazel 103.10 309.30 S100'ofN19adLot

ROLL Total length of line 390.00 ft. 10. E. L. & Mary WIN Hts. PB F-4 59 100.00 30000
FOR SANITARY SEWER Total front footage 285.00 ft. Lot 44Hazel 103.10 30930 I. R. K. 4 Eleanor Rives Jr. Paradise PB A-4

f In the East aide of SW 13th M- from its intersection Front footage to be assessed 205.00 ft. 11. W. S. 4 Nellie Suggs Hts PB F-6. W 100 of E 24? efS100
An.. run toO ft. South.Total *'* SW 21st Assessment per front foot S 3.00 Lot 45Hazel 103.10 309.30 of N 290 of

length of line 8>0.00 ft. Total assessment S41500WEST 12. W. R. 4 Bonnie McGlynn Hts. PB F-4, Lot 59 100.00 300.M
Total front footage 902.60 ft. ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot 44 10X10 309.30EAST 9. A. G. .Phyli Ratliff Pllriise. PB A-4

Front footage to be assessed 902.40 ft. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED I E 240 of

Assessment rate S 3.CO per front ft. 1. Anne T. Cushing Clinch Grant per SIDE S 100- o N 390- Of ;
Total Assessment S2707.80 govt. Plat Beg.. 8 ftEa3166.3ftSofNW 1. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Hazel Hts. PB F-4, 100.00
ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT Lot 34Hazel 96.49 28947 10. E. A. 4 Janet Tew 'orise, PB 1.-<1 3.0 J

NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED TO cor. of Sec S S 70 ft E 2. R. L. & Emmalyn Harvey Hts. PB F-4, E 26 of '
None < to creek N on creekto Lot 33Hazel 10X10 309.30 5100' of N <190
n Pt, E of PCB 3. R. L & Jo Chambers Hts. PB F-4 Lot 59Paradise o 10000 3COM

EAST SIDE W to PCB 70.00 210.00 Lot 32Hazel 10X10 309.30 11. Jlme 4 Ruby Sanders ? PB A-4
1. Petroleum Facilities Inc. Casa Loma PB C-43 2. Dorothy K. Livengood ; I Clinch Grant per 4. R. L. I Earlene Mehaffey Hts. PB F-4, W 100' of E 260 of .

W ITT of Lots 4. 5 Govt Plat Lot as Lot 31Hazel 103.10 309.30 S 100 of Lot 59 120.00
Blk W r 150.00 .5O.00 per DB 259-245 less 5. John W. 4 Quenette S. Poole Hts. PB F-4, U.o
2. Bambl Loma Lot 30Hazel 10X10 309.30 '
Motor Court Limited Casa PB C-43 lot as per DB 283- SIDE
Lots 6. 7, 8, Blk A 384 4 less lot as 4, R. t Mary Stipanovitch Hts. PB F-4, 1. J. E. 4 Johnnie Bradstreet Paradise, PB AdS
less W r 235.00 08 Lot 29Hazel 10X10 309.30 100 of N 225' of
705.00
241-473
less
S. The Texas Co. Casa Loma PB C-63 W11ft(13Sfton per 7. C. G. & Barbara Senf Jr. Hts. PB F-4 E 100 Of Lot 54Paradise 10000 30000

Part of Lots 1, 2, Brie Lot 2Hazel$ 10X10 30930 2. L. K. 4 Evelyn Belisle PB A-4
Hiway) 135.00 405.00
I. H. 4 Catherine Dawkins Hts. PB F-4. .'
E per OB 320 PG 175 S 107 Of N 325' of
less W 7RW 14000 42000 EAST Lot 27Hazel 10X10 309 JO E 100' of Lot 54 100.00
4. E. W. & Emma Burch Casa Loma PB C-43 SIDE DESCRIPTION 9. J. H. & Roberta Suggs Hts. PB F-4, 3. R. G. 4 June Balsamo Paradise PB A1S100'oN42S'ef 30
Lots 1. 2. Blk E less Lot 24Hazel 10X10 309 JO

a part as per DB 320 10. R. R. 4 Alma Taylor Hts. PB F-4, E 100' of Lot 54 100.00 30001
PG 175 20.00 60.00 Lot 25Hazel 10X10 309 JO 4. Ruth I. Manchester PB AdS
5. C. M. 4 Ruth Hope Casa Loma PB C-63 ASSESSMENT ROLL 11. T. E. & Lynne Thoburn Hts. PB F-4. .rll. .
Lot 3 sW7'Blk FOR SANITARY SEWER '. Lot 24 103.10 309.30 10 o N .25' o
In NW 4Sth Ave., from Its Intersection with NW 13th St. to its intersection E 5 100. 30000
( E) 4000 110.00 with NW 4th St. 5. J. A. 4 Grace Straw Paradise, PB
'- M. G. I Carrie Francisco Casa Loma PB C-43 ASSESSMENT ROLL .
TotalTotal length of line q S of N '
1045.00 10
Lots ft. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
4. 5 Blk E less
W rClinch 12748 front footage 2102. ft. NW 21st Terr. from Its intersection wtth NW 39th Ave. to Its Intersectionwith E of Lot 54Paradise 100.00 300.00
312.10 '. W. W. Crew PB
Inc Front footage to be assessed 2102.10
7. Univ. Lanes Grt Go ft. NW 42nd Ave. A
per *
Rate s ir of E 100
of assessment S 3.00 front ft.ASSESSTI .
Plat 4l5.r on Hiway per Total length of line 120000ft.
LW51ANf0'of
sal as per DB 348- Assessment $4304.30NORTH Total front footage 2458J2 ft. -
SIDE FRONT Front E 10? of Lot 59 10000 .30350
110 be
footage to assessed 2252.52 ft.
170.00 510.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE EASSESSED Rate of Assessment S XOO per front ft. 7. H. R. 4 Ulberd-na King Paradise, PB AdS

. ASSESSMENT ROLL 1. Evelyn B. Hartman 20-9-20 W 264" of S'* Total Assessment 16757..56 100' of N It of

FOR SANITARY SEWER ofSW'.4ofNW14 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO E 10 of 5 loao 300.00
In SW 13th Street from its Intersection with SW 21st Avenue to its intersection : 2. Billie less RW 20900 427 JO NO OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED S. J. H. 4 Eleanor Craven, Jr. P.rlIM. PB .
with SW 11th Plac. I C. Lamontagne 20-9-20 SW Of SWA 1. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Hazel Hts. Addn. 1 of N 2 o

Total length of line 59100ft. of NWU W of Hi PB F-14, Lot 12 9i45 2 4J5 E 100' of ,
Total front footage 626.+ ft. way less W 264' 4 2. J. L. Sanders 4 wife Hazel Hts. Addn. OR 5112$ 100.0 '
Front footage to be assessed 424.40ft. less Easterly 17X6'on PB F-14 Lot 13 10X11 309JO 9. C. E. 4 Barbara Cuzzourt Paradise, PB AdS .0

Assessment per front foot S XOO Hiway as per DB 3. W. M. 4 Loy Smith Hazel Hts. Addn. 1 100 of N 390' o
Total Assessment $1,879.20WEST 293-138 655.00 2085.00 PB F-14, Lot 14 lOXie _.30 E 100 of Let 103.30 300.M
ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT 3. T. M. 4 Ethel Wakefield 2020 Easterly 4. J. L. & Ruby Sanders Hazel Hts. Addn. 1 10. Bessie I. Fazon Paradise PB A-4
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE AMOUNT TO [ 17X4 of 5.... of SW4 PB F-14 Lot 15 10X10 309.30 S 100 of N 490
BE o
NONE ASSESSED of NWtt W of Hiway 5. J. L. & Ruby Sanders Hazel Hts. Addn. E 100 of Lot 300.00
less 51Y 4 less RW PB F-14. Lot 16 10X10 309JO 11. G. W. 4 VerdM L Jackson Pllrai PB A" 10

EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION 1 as per OR 194-141 175.00 525.00 '. J. D. 4 Ayine Kaon Hazel Hts. Andd. 1 o Lot lAS5ESSE
. 1. Nathan 4 Jean Pozln 4 Sol Clinch Grant per .. PB F-lb Lot 17 10X10 309JO N 490" less 120.M 34000
' 4 Mildred Pozln Govt. Plat Tract as 1. Haynes 4 Jenkins SOUTH SIDEMagnolia 7. C. R. l> Deanna Lear Hazel Hts. Addn. 1 J
I per OR 91-457 less Hts. PB PB F-14 Lot II 10X10 309JO SEWER
, tract as per OR 142.., D i2 Lots f. 10. t. T. H. & Carolyn Jackson Hazel Hts. Addn. 1 In NW list Ro from Its intersection with NW 15tti Street, to474.00ft. n.
Blk A 25008 750.00 PB Fib Lot 1* 10110 309JO Intersection -
211.9' on HiWay 212." 2. E. -
438.78 W. 4 Hazel Nalbadi wit 13 Tea
1 0. M. 4 Leila Schultz Clinch Grant par Magnolia Hts. PB 9. J. L. & Ruby Sanders Hazel Hts. Addn. 1 Total ef .
4 Govt. Plat Lot as D-12 HVt of Lot 8, PB F16. Let 20 10X11 309J Total front 94100 tt.
DB Bik A 100.00 300.00 10. J. H. & Joyce Wunderlicn Hazel Hts. AddP /\. 1 fa
199-445 Front
per less 784.00ft.XOO
X H. J. 4 .
Betsy Hers
Magnolia Hts. PB a F-lb Lot 21 10X10 309JOHazel t a
W 17 n R-W 4 lot Assessment front
ft.
D-12 Lot 7, Blk A 100.00 300.00Magnolia 11. Hazel S. Havens Hutchms HIs. Addn. 1 per f per
-H as per DB 325-47 10.11I. 240.00 4. E. E. 4 Rosa Smith Total AssessmentASSESSMENT $235800NORTH
: 3. Nathan 4 Jean Poem 4 Clinch Grant per Hts. PB PB F-14. Lot 22 ItXia 309JO SIDE FRONT AMOUNT
t D-12 Lots 4, 5.Blk TO
"- Sol 4 Mildred Pozln .
Govt.
Plat Lot as NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE
ASSESSED
A 200.00 600.00
.
EAST SIDE
!. ( >-1<. .: W per 17 DB ft.33445 less 105.00 5. W. G. 4 Oreon Johnson Magnolia Hts. PB 1. Hazel S. Havens Hutchins Hazel His. Addn. t 1. W. H. 4 Nettie Reynolds 19-9-M W 157.1 Ft. -
315.00 of E013FLofN
D-12 Lots X 4, PB F-lb Lot H 95-C7 J1S.J1
Olin Gan Casa
L Co J.. a Loma PB C-43
. Lot Blk A Less lilt A : 20000 400.00 2. R. L Virginia Sutherland Hazel Hts. Ad .1 3U Ft. o SE'. .
4. Katherine P. Arnold .
c 71 Magnolia Hts. PB 15700
L W ft. PB F.16.. Lot 10 10X10 309JO 4710ft
JJ 7UO. m..w .s- r D-12 Lots I, 2. Ilk A 17X18 319JO 3. J. L. I Ruby Sanders Hazel Hts. Addn 1 (CONTINUTO. ON PAGE 14)

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WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT" TO
( PROM PAOE 15) 13. T. R. Shaw 24. Lot 7. Bk 10 62.00 184.00 7. 0. M. 4 Jessie Maines Ridgeview PB C-21- J ASSESSMENT DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE ASSESSED
Ridgeview PB C2126 26 Lots 16. 1S, 140 13, NO. OWNER

L R. t. i Vlr-tai. BoU* of" "'N- "31".'*Ft..$ of,t..w 14. L. W. 4 Effl Ward s Lot 8. Bk 10 62.00 184.00 IX 11 Bk. 3 372.00 1116.00 1. J. H. 4 Leola Matttngly peer- or Let 151-413 as 100.00 900.01

.t S:. Ridgeview PB C-21- 8. F. F. 4 DoroUDlln U >>'.10 N 219' of S
274 Ft. Of E 457J 30-9-20 Com at NW
411' Of W 236' of 2. H. H. & Ann Bishop
24, Lots 9, 10
Of SE 14 Of ; NE4 S 1
Ft. of run
cor
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!f' .. j., 701.00
236.00
.. NE A
15. W. G. 4 Ruth Bk 10 12'.00 372.00
122.00
274.00 Guynn
l .. SE li 1 deg 41 mln E 1579 ,
, fl"t. 30-9-20 W260 Ft. Of t. H. H. 4 Anna Bishop 30-9-20 Com at NW ft'

SOUTH SIDE E 280 Ft. of N cor. of NE Vt run S I deg 56 min E 803.4ft.
485.1 Ft. of S. H Of Deg 41 Min E 1579
Pk. PB D-7, to Beverly Avt
1. S. J. Thomas Jr. Flora'' 155.00Floral 445.00 W V* Of NW U "5.10 1,455.30 ;. to POB rJ..toDet S long Beverly
} .
F Min ,
t 56
L Pk. PB D-7 J. Avt. to S line of NE
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X s. J. 4 Louis Thomas Sr. ASSESSMENT ROLL ? Beverly Ave. S along
Lot 2 200.00 600.00 Vt W to SW cor ofNEt4N10113f1 .
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn Beverly Ave. to S line '

ASSESSMENT ROLL N. W. 34th Avenue, from Its Intersection with N.W. 21st Street to its ... ..: ....- "'_, of cor.NE of Vi NE W W to N SW 1087.T j .. to FOB less lot ask ..."_ '
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn Intersection with N.W. 19th Street. 0 \ "< per DB 22-47 '

N.W. 41st Road, from Its Intersection with N.W. 13th Terrac. run Total length of line 1320.00 ft. i to POB DB 242-47 less tot toss as .* -j- less N 403 ft. ts :.

East. Total front footageFront 2611.00 ft. zs. per 447 ft. of W 236 ft.
150 feet
Total length of line 16X00 ft. footage to be assessed 2481.00 ft. \iJ J- W N 403 234 'Of 4 f.:7t.f 1 lets that part of "
500.00ft. foot S 3.00 front ft. S 262 ft. which lies .
Total front footage Assessment per front per 242 ft. which .
Front footage t* be assessed 50000 ft. Total assessmentASSESSMENT $8043.00NORTH .. :. u.. part lies tot Old Gaines S of old GtnesvllleNewnansvill -
x'oo front ft.Tot.1 FRONT TO Road
Assessment per front foot $ per SIDE AMOUNT *
assessment $1500.00NORTH NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED rx eNewnansvilleRd. less lot per or 107-

: SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 1. R. C. t Marlon Burnard Ridgeview PB C-21- 107-311. less 4 lot less per lot OR OR 311 & less lot or 107.

ASSESSMENTOWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 24 lots 19 4 20 Bike 316 less or 109-
107.316 .. less or 109-
19-9-20 125 1?. of less the E 10 ft. of 640 4 or 151-413 550.00 1450 Ot
1. J .E. 4 Delight Stephens! : 640 4 or 151-413 405.00 U15.00
N 376 of W 297 lot 19 114.00 342.00Ridgeview X H. J. 4 Miriam Dauphlne 30-9-20 J:6" per

ft. of E 347 ft. of 2. T. O. 4 Gladys Milliard PB C-21- SOUTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO OB 150.00 450.00

SE I,. Of SEk 300.00 900.00 24 E 10 ft. lot 19 4IS j ASSESSMENT OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 4. H. H. 4 Anna Bishop 30-9-20, Com at NW
72.00 216.00 NO. of NE W
I Bk. 9 cor runS

SOUTH SIDE 3. J. W. 4 Ktthryi Brown Ridgeview PB C-21- 1. A. H. 4 Mary Spark 26 Ridgeview Lots 1. PB 2 Bk.C-21-2 124.00 372.00 1 deg 41 min E

1. J. L. 4 Maxine Sommts Floral ,It. PB D-7 62, lot 17 Bk. 9 42.00 116.00 1579 ft. to FOB runS
PB C-21-
Lot 1 200.00 400.00 4. Elizabeth S. Bass Ridgeview PB C2126W24ft.oflotlS- 2. A. M. 4 Annie Mixon Ridgeview 37X00Ridgeview. 89 deg 54 min E
26 LOtS X 4 Bk. 2 124.00
103.4 ft to Beverly

ASSESSMENT ROLL 4 16 Bk. 16.00 258.00 X Stella B. Campbell PB C-21- Ave. S. along Beverly
4, Bk. 2 124.00 372.00
1 26 Lots 5.
FOR SANITARY SEWER 5. C. 4 Carol Ann Stalvey Ridgeview PB C-21- Ave. to S 'ine of
PB
In NW 39th Ave.. from Its Intersection with NW 16th Street to its 26 lot 14 4 E 38 ft. 4. N. K. 4 Willa McPhail Ridgeview, tot 7 Bk. C2124 X 62.00 184.00 NE <,4 W to SW cor

tersection with NW 13th Street. of lot 15 Bk. 9 100.00 300.00Ridgeview oINEI4N1OS7.5ft.
1242.00 ft. PB C-21- 5. T. A. 4 Edith Bruce Jr. Ridgeview PB C-21- to FOB less lot
Total length of lint 6. E. E. 4 Opal I Hyder 26, lot 8 Bk. 2 62.00 186.00 .
Total front footage 1152.00 ft. 26. Lot 13 Bk. 9 6200 184.00 as per OB 242-474 4
1152.00 Ridgeview PB C-21- 4. D. B. 4 Mary Shealy Ridgevtew PB C-21- less N 403 ft. of S
7. B.
ba assess.d Mary Thomas
Front footage to per 26 Lots 9, 10 Bk. 2 124.00 372.00
Rat of assessment $ 3.00 front ft. 26 lot 11, 12 Bk. 9 124.00 37X00Ridgeview 47 ft. of W 236 ft.
R view PB C-21-
7. M. S. 4 Enoca Covert idee 4 less that of
$3454.00SOUTH PB C-21- part
Total Assessments 8. J. D. 4 Ruth Ppteet 26. lots 1. J Bk. I 124.00 372.00
SIDE 26 lot 20 Bk. 10 62.00 184.00 S 262 ft. which liesS
ASSESSMENT
NO. OWNER NONE 9. waiter E. Kiser Ridgeview PB C-21- I. T. W. 4 Vrsula Barron 26 Ridgeview Lot 3. Bk.PB C 1-21- 62.00 186.00 of Old Gainesville-

26. lot If Bk. 10 62.00 116.00 Newnansville Rd.
NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 10. Billy Brashear Ridgevtew PB C2126Lot11aW4ft.- 9. T. W. 4 Vrsula Barren Ridgeview PB C-21- less lot per or 107-
lot 4 Bk. 1 116.00
26. 4X00
DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 311 It less lot or 107-

1. Mary E. Jenkins 13 Acres as per DI lot 17 Bk. 10 110.00. 330.00 10. C. B. 4 Annie R. Seckinger Ridgeview PB C- i- 37X00 316 4 less or 109-640
24 Lots 5, 6. Bk. 1 124.CO
228-325 4 its 'dl. 11. Helen D. Robineft Ridgevlew PB C-21- 4 or 151-413 120.00 16001
Ridgeview PB C-21-
08 344-212 4 Less 24, W 58 ft of lot 14 11. J. H. 4 Irene Hetherington
26 lot 7 Bk. 1 62.00 186.00
R-W 160.00 410.00 4 E 14 ft. of lot 17 ASSESSMENT ROLL

2. E. L. 4 Charlotte Campb:! Floral ,It. PB D-7. Bk. 10Ridgeview 72.00 216.00 12. B. K. 4 Flossie Bruce Ridgevlew PB Bk. C-21- 184.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER
26 Lot 8, 1 42.00
Lot 44 4 W Vk of IX W. L. 4 Annie Howard PB C2126.IotlSaEdft. ASSESSMENT EAST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
Dogwood Terr. Ad|. IX O. M. 4 Jessie Mamas Ridgeview PB C-21- NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED

DB 344-213 30X00 906.00 of lot 14 Bk. 10 44.00 198.00 24. Lot 9, 10 Bk. 1 124.00 37X00 1. T. D. Lifchfield Forest Pk. Farms'

X Mary E. Jenkins Floral Pk. PD 07. PB C-44 lot 6 270.00 110.00

Lot 47. 44. 49, X 90.00 2070.00 13. D. 4 Muriel Jones Ridgeview PB C-21- 14. Gladys C. Brooker 30-9-20 79-142-143 Par. 7 of or 389.05 117&.1S 2. J. H. 4 Annie Mattinojy Forest Pk. Farms

24 lot 14 Bk. 10 47.00 116.00 PB C-44 Lot 7 270.00 110.00
ASSESSMENT ROLL 14. A. C. 4 Eloisk Ford Ridgeview PB C-21. 15. Jessie C. Guy 30-9-20 Par. 6 of or 3. Lucile J. Platt Forest Pk. FarmsPB

FOR SANITARY SEWER 26. lot 13 Bk 10 4X00 184.00 79-113-114-115 188.45 545.35 C-44 N 15 ft.

In NW 15th Street from Its Intersection with NW 3Jth Ave. to Its Intersection 15. R. C. Martin (only) Ridgeview PB C-21- ASSESSMENT ROLL of W 300 ft. of

with NW 41st Road. 24 lots 11. 12 Lot 8 1500 25500
Total length of line 972.00 ft. Bk. 10 124.00 372.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER 4. W. J. & Luclle Platt Forest Pk. FarmsPB

Total front footage 1759.20 ft. In NW 11th St.. from Its Intersection with NW 34th PI., run 450 Ft. C-46 lot I less

Front footage to be assessed 1759.20 ft. SOUTH SIDE North. N 85 ft. of W

Rat of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 1. O. 4 Louis Davis (Orren) >>9.20 N 1131.9 ft. of Total length of line 335.00 ft. 300 ft.Forest. 160.00 49000
Total Assessment: $5277.40WEST S 1144.9 ft. of W 260 Total front footage 815.08 ft. 5. C. C. 4 Catherine Maury Pk. Farms

ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ft. of E 280 Of WVt Front footage to be assessed 115.01 ft. PB C-44, lot 9 230.00 MOM

NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BK ASSESSED Of NWV4 4 N 1131.9ft. Assessment per front foot S 3.00 per front ft.

1. M. M. 4 Flora Richardson Floral Pk. PB 0.7 of S 1450 ft. of W Total assessment $2245.24WEST ASSESSMENT ROLL

Lot 45 "..s0 284.50 260 ft. of E. 540 ft. ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

2. W. E. 4 Rubye Stoddard Floral Pk. PB 0.7 Of W Vs of NW \4 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED N. W. 29th Road, from Its intersection with N. W. 17th Street run

Lots 35. 34 "4.CO 581.00 less lot as per or 1. T. R. 4 Pauline Shaw 30-9-20 S 200 Ft. of 1100 ft. South.

3. S. J. 4 Evelyn McCalllster Floral Pk. PB D-7 105-629 less lot as N 1579 Ft. Of W 245 Total length of line 1055.00 ft.

Lots 25. 24 196.00 588.00 per or 211-540 15.00 255.00 Ft. of NE' less W Total front footage 2'30.CO ft.

4. J. M. Goggln Floral Pk. PB D-7 2. C. E. 4 Marilyn Whitney Whitney Park PB 25 Ft. DB 332.,. 100.00 300.00 Front footage to be assessed 2430.00 ft.

Lot 14 98.00 294.00 F-70 lot 1 116.00 348.00 2. G. W. 4 Marilyn Fletcher Meadow Wood PB Assessment per front foot $ 3.00 per front ft.

5. tC. L 4 Wilheumina Black Floral Pk. PB D-7 3. A. L. 4 Mary Smith Ridgeview PB C-21- E-67. Lot 17 100.00 300.00 Total assessment! _... cnen& 'AA

Lots 1. 6. 15 294.00 882.00 26. lot 1. Bk. 1 62.00 184.00 3. D. C. 4 Florence Sherman Meadow Wood PB ASSESSMEN'inm. NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

4. A. L. 4 Mary Smith Ridgeview PB C-21- E-67. Lot I 100.00 300.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED

EAST SIDE 26. lot 2. Bk: 8 62.00 186.00 4. T. D. 4 Maggie Pinson Meadow Wood PB 1. C. C. & Catherine Maury Forest Pk. FarmsPB

1. Willard Dorothy Em Floral Pk. PB D-7 5. A. L. 4 Mary Smith Rldgeview PB C-21- E-67, Lot 5 106.71 320.13 C-44 Lot 10 700.00 2100.00
Lot 44 95.70 287.10 24. lot 3. Bk. I 62.00 116.00 2. J. A. & Marian McNelhsJ. Forest Pk. FarmsPB

2. R. M. 4 Lavonne Palmer Floral Pk. PB 0.7 6. A. L. 4 Mary Smith Ridgeview PB C-11- EAST SIDE C-44 Lot 11 less :

Lot 37 V8.00 294.00 26. lot 4, Bk. 8 62.00 186.00 1. D. R. 4 Mary Cribbs Meadow Wood P8 part as per OR

3. R. M. 4 Lavonn Palmer Floral Pk. PB D-7 7. Tyson 4 Rosa Riley Ridgeview PB C-21- E-67. Lot 19 100.CO 300.00 104-324 180.000 540.00

Lot 34 98.00 294.00 26, lot 5 Bk. 8 62.00 186.00 2. C. J. 4 Llllle Bragg Meadow Wood PB G. 4 Elvina Tymoshenko Forest Pk. Farms

4. C. T. 4 Evelyn Newberry Floral Pk. PB 0.7 I. Betty Wade Ridgeview PB C-21- E-67. Lot 16 100.00 300.00 (Gregory) PB C-44. part of

Lots 27. 24 196.00 588.00 26, lots 4, 7 Bk. 8 124.00 372.00 3. D. F. 4 Margaret Carney Meadow Wood P8E67. lot 11 as per or

S. S. P. 4 Ruby Marshall Floral Pk. PB D-7 9. Dean Law Ridgeview PB C-21- Lot 9 100.00 300.00 104-324 320.00 960.09

Lot 17 98.00 294.00 26 lot I Bk. 8 62.00 186.00 4. H. V. 4 Jane Kelly Meadow Wood PBE47

4. J. W. 4 Doris Donahue Floral Pk. PB D-7 Lot 4 1C1.37 315.11 SOUTH SIDE
Lot 14 91.00 294.00 10. T. H. 4 Helen Baggett Ridgevlew PB C-11- 1. Jessie C. Guy 30-9-20, par 6 of or

7. D. F. 4 Ruth Olive Floral Pk. PB D-7, 26. lot 9. 10. Bk. I 12400 372.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL 79-113-114-115 250.00 750.00
Lot 7 98.00 294.CO 11. H. P. 4 Bonnie Franklin Ridgeview PB C-21- FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 2. Jessie C. Guy 30-9-20, par 1 of or 79-

8. H. M. 4 Hoyett Harrell Floral Pk. PB D-7 26 lots 1. 2 Bk. 7 62.00 186.00 113-114-115 910.00 2940.00
NW 17th Terr.,. from its Intersection with NW 34th PI., run 450 ft.
Lot 4 ".00 294.00 12. J. A. 4 Mildred Cribb Ridgeview PB C-21-
54. lots 3 4, 5, North. ASSESSMENT ROLL
ASSESSMENT ROLL Bk 7Ridgeview 186.00 558.00 Total length of line 335.00ft. FOR SANITARY SERVER

FOR SANITARY SEWERIn IX W. C. 4 Paulette Hodge PB C-2i- Total front footage 792.64 ft. In NW 31st Avenue from Its Intersection with NJV 19th St. toils Intersec-
ft.
79X64
to be assessed
N.W. 14th Street from Its Intersection with N. W. 39th Avenue to Its 26 lot 6 Bk. 7 62.00 186.00 Front footage tion with NW 22nd St.
Assessment front foot $ 3.00 per front fty
iterscctlon with N. w. 41st Road. 14. C. A. Phllman Ridgeview PB C21. per $2377.92WEST Total length of line 2078.C9 ft.
Total Assessment
Total length of line 710.00ft. 24. lots 7. 8.9,10, ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Total front footage SiCl.tO ft.

Total front footage 1571.00 ft. Bk. 7 248.00 744.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Front footage to be assessed 3501.00 ft.

Front footag to be assessed 1571.00 ft. 1. W. T. 4 Ellen Grimes Meadow Wood PB Assessment per front foot 3.ca per front ft.$10SC3.GO .
ASSESSMENT ROLL
Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. E-47 Lot 20 100.00 300.00 Total assessmentASSESSMENT
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
Total Assessment: $471X00 2. W. C. 4 Donna Asbell Meadow Wood PB NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
SSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO N.W. 33rd Avenue from its intersection with NW list Street to E-47 Lot 15 100.00 300.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE 62 ASSESSED
OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED with 1. G. H. 4 Learmae Fowler
NO. Its intersection N.W. 19th Street. Meadow Wood PB Ridgeview PB C21.
3. H. W. 4 Ida Waterhous
1. Carlos M. Hope Floral Pk. PB D-7, Total length of line 1320.CO ft. E-67, Lot 10 100.00 300.00 26 Lot 11. Bk 1 42.CO 186.CO

Elect. Co.. Inc. Lot 43 99.40 298.20 Total front footage 271X00 ft. Meadow Wood PB X G. H. 4 Lrmi Fowler Ridgeview PB C-21-
4. D. B. 4 Elsie Martin
2. L. 4 Marti McGlynn Floral Pk. PB D-1, Front footage to be assested 2712.00 ft. E-67, Lot 3 95.49 284.47 26 Lot 12, Bk 1 62.00 186.00
Lot 38, 33 194.00 588.00 Assessment per front tot $ 3.00 per front ft. 3. H. D. 4 Silva Stafford Ridgeview PB C-21-

3. C..T. 4 Evelyn Newberry Floral Pk PB D-7. Total assessment: $813400NORTH EAST SIDE 26 Lot 13. BK 1 62.00 1(600
Lot 28. 23 196.00 588.00 ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB 4. J. H. 4 Irene Hetherington Ridgeview PB C-21-
Meadow Wood
4 Stone
1. H. W. Mary
4. S. P. 4 Ruby Marshall Floral Pk PB D-7. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED E-47, Lot 21 100.CO 300.00 26 Lots 14 4 15

Lot 18 98.00 294.00 1. C E. 4 Marilyn Whitney Whitney Park PB Bk 1 124.00 372.00
Cstizeskl Meadow Wood PB
S. A. 4
2. Marlorle
t. R. E. I. Lucille
Floral Pk. PB D 7. 348.00 Hurley Ridgeview PB C-11-
S. J. Thomas, Jr. F-70, Lot 2 116.00 E-47 Lot 14 100.00 3CO.OO
Lot 8, 13 "6.00 588.00 2. Avie D. Nichols Ridgeview PB C-21- 26 Lot 16 Bk 1 42.00 14.00
3. Robertson 4 Roop Meadow Wood PB .. L. R. 4 Ethel Walker Ridgeview pa C-21-
26. Lots 19. 20
100.00 300.00
E-47 Lot 11
EAST SIDE Bk. S 124.00 372.00 26 Lots 17 4 IS

1. Inez E. Gaston Floral Pk. PB D-7 3. O. J. 4 Geneva Lewis Ridgeview PB C-21- 4. P. D. 4 Ruthann Schuman Meadow Wood PB Bk I 124.00 372.00
97.15 291.45
E-47 Lot 2 7.
Allison B. Liles
Lot 42Floral 99.60 29S.80 Ridgeview PB C-21-
26. Lot 18, Bk 8 62.00 116.00

2. J. L. 4 Ruby Sanders Pk. PB D-7 .. 0. J. 4 Geneva Lewis Ridgeview PB C-21- ASSESSMENT ROLL 26 Lots 19 4 20

Lot 39Floral 98.00 294.00 26 Lot 17 Bk. 8 62.00 116.00 Bk 1 124.00 372.00
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn I. D. B. &
Mary Shealy Ridgeview PB C 21-
3. W. R. 4 Elba. Horn Pk. PB D-7 S. E. O. 4 Josle Jones Ridgeview PB C-21- -
NW :34th PI 1.. from Its Intersection with NW 18th St.. to Its Inttrsed'ionwith 24 Lots 11 & 12
Lot 32Floral ".00 294.00 26. Lots 14, 15, 14
NW 17th St. Bk
4. J. R. 4 Marcia Degenharot Pk. PB D-7. 2 124.00 372.00
Bk. I 116.00 S5t.OO 9. T. A. 8
Total length of line 557.00 ft. Edith Bruce. Jr. Ridgeview PB C-21.
Lot 29Floral 9S.CO 294.00 6. D. A. 4 Mary Peterson Ridgeview PB C-21- Total front footage 1013.0 ft. 26 Let IX Bk 2 62.00 116.00
5. R. L. Dean 4 Wife Pk. PB D-7. Bk. 8 62.00
26. Lot 13 186.00
Front footage to be assessed 549.20 ft. 10. N. K. & Wllla McPhail Ridgevlew PB C-21-
Lot 22Floral 91.00 294.00 7. S. Coldlng (Sam) Ridgeview PB C-21- front ft. 26
Assessment per front foot $ 3.00 per Lots 14 4 IS
4. S. J. 4 Louise Thomas. Sr. Pk. PB D-7 26 Lots 11, 12 Bk 8 124.00 372.00 $164740SOUTH Bk 2 124.00 372.00
Total Assessment
Lot 9. 12 4 19 294.00 882.00 I. R. 4 Dorothy Douglas (Russell) Ridgeview PB C-21- ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 11. A. M. & Annie Mixon Ridgeview PB C2i26Lots16,17a1s-

24, Lots 19, 20
ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED .
Bk. 7 124.00 372.00 -
1. D. L. 4 Mary Wakeman Meadow Wood PB Bk 2 18600 551.00
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
9. J. A. 4 Mildred Cribb Ridgevtew PB C-21-
N.W. 36th Avenue from Its intersection with N.W. 21st Street to its: 26 Lots 16. 17, IS. E-47 Lot 27 4 100 12. A. H. 4
ft. N 4 S by 110 Ft. Mary Sparks Ridgeview PB C-11-
Mersection with N. W. 19th Street
Bk. 7 186.00 558.00 26 Lot 1f & 20 Bk 2 124.CO 37200
E 4 W Adi. on S.
Total length of line 1314.00 ft. 10. D. H. 4 Mavis Let Ridgeview PB C-21- side per or 109-440 110.00 330.00 13. 0O. 4 Louise Davis 30-9-20 N 1131.9 Ft.
Total front footage 2580.00 ft. 26. Lots IX 14 15,
of S 1144.9 ft. of W
2. R. 0. 4 Audrey Turner Meadow Wood PB
Front footage to be assessed 2580.00 ft.
Bk. 7 116.00 55800
260 ft. of E 280 ft.
E-47 Lot 24 4 100 Ft.
Rate of assessment S 3.00 front ft.
per 11. Gladys Crawford Ridgeview PB C-21- N&Sby110ft.E WVl of NW',4 aN1131.9ft.ofS
Total Assessment: $7740.00NORTH 26 Lots 11. 12 Bk. 124.00 372.00
4 W 107-314 110.00 330.00
or
SSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
1650 ft. of W 260
C. 4 Marshall Sr. Meadow Wood PB ft. of
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 3. E. Dorothy
SOUTH SIDE E
540 of W
ft. Vi of
1. C. L. 4 Betty Dickinson 30-9-20 W 1480 ft. Of E-67, Lot 25 4 100 Ft.
1. C. E. 4 Marilyn Whitney Whitney Plat PB NW U less lot as per
N 4 S by 110 Ft. E
N 990 ft. leu roW
116.00 348.00 105-429 lotas
F-70. Lot 3 or less
less 4 W Adi. on S sideor
W 554 ft. 350.00 1140.00
per Or 211-540 260.00 780.M
2. A. E. Brown (Albert) >>9-20. E 940 ft. of 107-311 110.00 330.00
2. J. W. Osteen Ridgeview PB C21. 14. H. W. 81 Marloria Wmsor >>9-20 N 485.1 ft. of
W 2640 ft. of N 970ft. 4. F. A. Metze Meadow Wood PB
S 518.1 ft. of
24. Lots IS, 19. 20 W 240
less E-47 Lot 24 110.00 330.00
E 210 ft. ofw535tt.ofS210 ,
Bk. 5 186.00 558.00 ft. of E 540 ft. of
5. T. L 4 Gertrude Moxley Meadow Wood PB
Ridgeview PB C-21- W 14 of NW'260.00 710.00U.
3. H. E. 4 Evelyn Brown
ft. 4 Less E 411 ft. 327.40ASSESSMENT
E-47 Lot 23 109.20
26 Lots 16, 17 Gladys C. Brooker I 30-9-20 Par 11 of OR
of S 209
ft. less rwDB NORTH SIDE
Bk. 5 124.00 372.00 79-142-143 131.00 39300
367-139
332.00 996.00t NONE
Brown 4. E. B. Sapp 4 Wife Ridgeview PB C-21-
3. I. W. 4 Ruby 3 .20. E 210 ft. ef SOUTH SIDE
26. Lot 15 Bk. 5 62.00 186.CO
W 2215 ft. ef S 210 ROLL
t. Belle H. Dailey 3W-20 NE '.4 Of SW
ft. of N 990 ft. 21000 630.00 5. J. A. 4 Betty Howard Ridgevlew PB C-21- FOR SANITARY SEWERIn v less that part of

4. M. 4 Fidelia Eddy (Maxie) 30232206..5 e'F ft of 26. Lot 14 Bk. S 42.00 1S4.00 NW 35th Place from Its Intersection with 17th Street, run 150 feet East. E 386.47 ft. of W
ft. S 209 6. Mrs. J. Amos (John) Ridgeview PB C-21-
26. Lot 13 Bk 5 4X00 116.00 824.77 ft. Of S 270 ft.
ft. of N 990 ft. 104.50 313.50
Total length of line 850.00 ft.
W of Rd.Orman .
( 7. J. L. 4 Billie Jo Mauldm Ridgeview PB C-21- 1310.00 3930.00
5. C. C. 4 Annie Eddy 30-9-20 E 313's ft. of
Total front footageFront 1,662.00 ft. 2. 0. 0. & Louise Annie Leigh Est.
26. Lot 11 12-
W 2440 tat. of S 209 .
ft.of .
footage to be assessed 790.48 ft. PB E-49 Lot 2 100.00 300.00
Bk. 5 124.00 372.00
N 990 ft. 31X50 940.50 Assessment per front foot S 3.00 3. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est
8. C. 4 Bertha Taylor (Clyatt) Ridgeview PB C-21-
$2,372.04NORTH PB
Total
assessment E-49 Lot 3 100.00 300.00
SOUTH SIDERidgeview. 26. 19 20
Lots ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 4. 0. O. 4 Louise Amis Orman Leigh Est.
Marlon Burnard PB C2124 Bk 6 124.00 372.00
1. R. C. 4 -
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED PB E-49 Lot 4 100.00 300.00
Lot 1. 2 Bk. 12 10X40 310.80 9. F. J. 4 Jean Marzloff Ridgeview PB C-21-
1. J. W. 4 Benck Farmhills PB E-61
2. W. T. 4 Willie Franklin Ridgeview. PB C-21- 26. Lots 16 17. IS Roselyn ASSESSMENT ROLL
Lot 3 110.00 330.00
26. Lots X 4, 5. 4, Bk. 6 184.00 558.00
FOR SANITARY
2. W. R. 4 Ruth Thomas Farmhills PB E-41 SEWERIn
Bk. 12 204.40 419.20 10. W. f. 4 Gene Mimms Ridgevlew PB C-21-
3. W. H. 4 Nellie Walker R i PB C-21- 24. Lots 13. 14 15, Lot 2 110.00 330.00 N.W. 22nd St., from its Intersection with N.W. 31st Av*., to Its inter
26. gLvew Bk 12 51.60 154.80 Bk. 6 184.00 558.00 3. D. A. 4 Alice Blitch Farmhills PB E-41 section with N.W. 28th Ave.

4. L. D. 4 Anna Coiling Ridgeview PB ;k2\2\ 11. 0. M. 4 Jessie Maines Ridgeview PB C-21- Lot 1 110.60 331.10 Total length of line 1333.00 ft.

I; 24 Lot S, 9. 103.20 309.40 26. Lots 11. 12. Total front footage 2319.61 ft.
S. H. M. 4 Bertha Benton Ridgeview. PB C2124 Bk. 6 12400 372.CO SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Front footage to be assessed 1,898.47 ft.
I Lots 10. 11. IX 1. T. 4 Patricia Redd (Tony) Farmhills PB E-41 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.

Bk 12 155JO 465.60 ASSESSMENT ROLL Lot 5 129.21 387.63 Total assessment: 15696.01

6. Euornla C. Townsend Rid eview, PB C-21- FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 2. H. G. 4 Vivian Williams Farmhills PB E-41 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

26. Lots 1, X 3 Lot 6 110.00 330.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Bk. 11 155.20 445.60 N.W. 32nd Ave., from its intersection with N.W. 21st St. to its intersection 3. A. F. 4 Carmela Pray Farmhills PB Ell 1. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

7. M. 4 Fidelia Eddy (Maxine) RidgevlewB, C.21- with N.W. 19th Street. Lot 7 no.oo 330.00 PB E-49 lot 5 135.94 407.12
24, Lets 4, 5, Bk. 11 10X20 ..60 Total 'ength of line 1320.00 ft. 4. W. F. 4 Rosa Genovar Farmhills PB E-41 2.0.0. 8. Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

I .. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Ridgeview, PB C-21- Total front footage 2650.00 ft. Lot 8 110.87 332.61 PB E-49 lot 6 152.46 457.38

i 24, Lots 4, 7 Bk. 11 103.20 30f.60 Front footage to be assessed 2650.00 ft. 3. O. O. & Louise Annis Est.

9. R. Kromer Lennox Gore Ridgeview PB C-21- Assessment per front foot S 3.00 per front H. OrE19eigh 14 10152 310.54

24 Lets 8, 9 Bk. 11 10X20Ridgeview ..60 Total assessment: $7950.00NORTH ASSESSMENT ROLL 4. O. O. 81 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Cst.

t 10. Ridgeview Bpt. Church PB C2124. ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO FOR SANITARY SEWERIn PB E-49, lot 17 103.44 310.31

Holding Co. Lets 10 11. IX NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED NW 34th PL., from Its intersection with NW 17th ST., run ISO ft. EAST. 5. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

BUt 11 OR 44-424 1J3JO 465.60 1. C. E. 4 Marilyn Whitney Whitney Park PB Total length of line 845.00 ft. PB E..,, lot IS 100.00' 300.00

F-70 Lot 4 116.00 348.00 Total front footage 1902.06 ft. 4. 0. 0. It Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

ASSESSMENT ROLL 2. Lena Eddy Ridgeview PB C-21- Front footage to be assessed 1902.06 ft. PB E-49, lot 31 100.00 300.00

FOR SANITARY SEWER 24 Lots 1. 2 Bk. S 124.00 372.00 Assessment per front foot S 3.00 per front ft. 7. O. O. Si Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

In NW 35Th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 21st Street to its 3. J. W. Osteen Ridgeview PB C-21- Total assessmentASSESSMENT $5704.18NORTH PB E-49. lot 32 less

'tersection with NW 19th Street. 26. Lot 3 Bk. 5 42.00 116.00 SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO W 20 ft.Orman 100.00 300.00

Total length of line 1320.00 ft. 4. H. E. 4 Evelyn Brown Ridgeview PB C-21- NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 8. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Leigh Est.

Total front footage 2965.10 ft. 26. Lot 4. 5 Bk. 5 12400 372.00 1. C. E. 4 Helen Martin Forest Park Farms PB E-49, lot 46 100.00 300.00
Front footage per front foot 2965.10 ft. 5. Robert Jenkins Ridgeview PB C-21- PB C-44 N 100 ft. 9. O. O. 4 Louise Minis Orman Leigh Est.

Assessment per front foot $ 3.00 per front ft. 24. Lots 6. 7 Bk. 5 124.00 372.00 of W 217 ft. of Lot 5 217.00 451.00 PB E-49 tot 47 100.00 300.00

Total Assessment $8895.30NORTH 6. Mrs. J. Amos (John) Ridgeview PB C-21- 2. E. S. 4 Bernice Hanley Pine Creek PB E-44 10. 0. O. 8. Louise Annie Orman Leigh Est.
SSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 26. Lot I Bk. 5 62.00 186.00 lot 7 105.74 317.21 PB E-49 lot 60 100.00 JOGCO

f NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 7. D. E. 4 Pearl Bullard Ridgeview. PB C-21- 3. D. R. 4 Sylvia Duer Creek PB E-44 11. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.
1. O. 4 Louise Davis (Orren) Ridgeview PB C-21- 26 S li of Lots 9 4 Lone 4 101.00 303.00 PB E-49 lot 61 100.00 300.00
:24. Lots 23 24 12. O. O. 4 Louise Annis
10 Blk S OR 121.362 124.00 372.00 4. R. H. 4 Stella Lambert Pine Creek PB E-44 Orman Leigh Est.
8k 12 103.60 310.80 PB E-49 lot 62 103.29 30987
8.. J. 4 Jean Marzloff Ridgeview PB C-21- Lot 5 101.00 303.00
2. C. E. 4 Marilyn Whitney Ridgeview PB C2124 26, Lots 1, 2 X 4, S
Lot 22, Bk 12 5. J. 4 June Sanders (Julian) Pine Creek PB E...,
51.40 154.10 EAST SIDE
Bk. 6 310.00 930.00 Lot 4
3. C. E. 4 Marilyn Whitney Ridgeview PB C-21- 101.00 303.00 1. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.
9. W. Ridgeview PB C-21-
F. 4 Gene Mimms .. E. B. 4 C.llie Sapp Pine Creek PB E-44,
26.
I Lot 21, Bk 12 51.60 154.80 PB E-49 lot 15 100.00 300.00
26. Lot 4. 7. 9 .
Let 3 101. 303.0 2. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Est.
4. T. E. 4 Essl L. Crews Ridgeview. PB C-21- Leigh
Bk.' 14.00
4 5500
7. James Co, of Gainesville Inc. Pine Creek PB E-44.
24 Let Bk pa E-49 lot 100.00
20. IIRldsevlew 51.60 154.aO 30 30008
PB C-21- 10. K. A. 4 Jennie Ahrens" Rklgeview PB C-21- Lots 142Meadow 17X83 518.49
S. Orren 4 Louise Davis
26, Lot 19, Bk 12 51.60 154.10 26. Lots 9, 10 8. M. N. 4 Chloe Smith Wood PB 3. 0. 0O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.
.
t 6. J. 4 Joycie Pert Ri lots*, PB C-21- Bk. 6 12400 372.00 E-47. Lot 22 100.00 300.00 PB E..,. lot 33 100.00 300.00

24. 18. Bk 12 51.60 154.80 4. E. 8. Doris Nobles Orman Leigh Est.
SOUTH SIDE
7. A 4 E Const. Co. Ridgeview. PB O2124. SOUTH SIDE PB E-49 lot 45 100.00 300.00
I ; Lots 14. 17. 1. C. E. 4 Marilyn Whitney Whitney Park. PB 1. C. E. 4 Marilyn Whitney Pine Creek PB E-44 5. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

Bk 12 10X20 309.60I F70. Lot 5 11400Rklgeview 341.00 Lot 8 109.94 32982 PB E-49 lot 41 100,00 300.00

.. J. L. 4 Mrorle| Smith Rl 2. H. E. 4 Evelyn Brown PB C-21- 2. J. L. 4 Shirley Browning, Jr. Pine Creek PB E-44, .. O. O. Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.
i 26. latew,1615,1. 36, Lot 1, 2 Bk. 4 12400 37X00 Lot f 109.14 329.12 PB E-49. lot 5100.80 300.00

1' .. Bk 12RMgevlew 155.20 445.6Q X M. C. 4 Louise Bolton Pine Creek PB E-44
*. Elizabeth Jack PB C-21- 3. A. L. 4 Thelma Sparks Ridgeview PB C-21- Lots 10 4 11 204.74 420.28 ASSESSMENT ROLL

J 24. Lots 23. 24, 26. tots 3.4.5. 4. J. O. 4 Marg. Webb Lone Creek PB E44. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
\
lit 11 Bk. 4 184.00 558.00
10X40 310.10 12 101.00 30X00 N. W. list Terrace, from Its Intersection with N.W. 28th Avenue to
10. Eugenia C. Townsend Ridgeview. PB C-21 4. J. W. Eddy Ridgeview PB C-21- 5. R. S. 4 Virginia Thornburg: Pine Creek PB Its intersection with N.W. 29th Place-

.1 24. Lots 19, 20. 21. 24, lot 6 Bk. 4 62.00 116.00 E-44. Lot 13 .101.00 3CXOO Total length of line 715.00 ft.
I n ek 11 204UO10X20 119.20 5. W. D. 4 Aileen Parrish Ridgeview PB C-21- 4, Inez E. Gaston Pine Creek PB Total front footage 1600.47 ft.
11. H. J. 4 Nora Malloy Ridgeview, PB C-31- 24. lots 7. Bk. 4 134.00 372.00 E-44 Lot 14 11.00 303.00
1*. Lots 17, it, 6. T. C. Vansickle Ridgeview PB C2124. 7. Esther M. Prentice Pine Creek PIE Front footage to be assessed 1400.47 ft.

Bk 11Ridgeview 3Of... lots 9, 10, Bk. 4 124.00 312.00' -66", Lots 15 4 14 172.13 518-49 I Rate of assessment S 3-00 per front ft.

12. M. A. 4 Ethel DUDOM PB C-21- 7. O. M. 4 Jessie Mamas Ridgeview PB C2124. Total assessment: $4801.41WEST
ASSESSMENT ROLL
J 24 Lots ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
IS, 16. lots 1, 2.3
FOR SANITARY SEWER NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Ilk 11 10X20 Bk. 3 116.00 558.00
.
13. Ridgeview Baptist Church RWgvl. PB C.21I 30f 60 8. A. V. 4 Lillian Kraus Ridgeview PB C-21- In N. W. 17th Street, from Its intersection with N.W. 35th Place' run 1. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

Holdings Co. 24. Lets IX 14. 24, tot 4 Bk. 3 4XCO 186.00 SOlI ft. North. PB E49. lot 47 100.00 300.00

4 Bk II 103.60 31040 9. 0. M. 4 Jessie Mimes Ridgevtew PB C212 Total length of line 440.00 ft. 2. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

Lets 5,6.7,6. Total front footage 1200.95 ft. PB E-49. lot S5 100.00 300.00

f. 18 Bk. 3 319.00 f3C.00 Front footage to be assessed 1200.95 ft. X 0. O. 4 Louise Amis Crmafl Leigh Est.
ASSESSMENT ROLL Assessment per front foot S XOO per front ft. PB E-49 lot 52 100.00 300.00

FOR SANITARY SEWER ASSESSMENT ROLL Total assessment: S3402J5WEST 4. O. O. 4 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

I .SSESSMENT SOUTHSIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO FOR SANITARY SEWERIn ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB E-49, lot 41 100.00 300.09

NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED N.W. 31st Place from Its Intersection with N.W. 21st St. to its biter NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 5. O. O. & Louise Amts Orman Igor Est.
1. O. & Louis Davis (Orren) Ridgeview. PB C- 1.i section with N.W. 17th street. 1. F. S. Buccafurno Meadow Wood PB PB E-49. 37 100.00 300-00

,t 24, Lots 1,2.J l Total length of tine JiSS-00 ". E-47 Lot 1 115..39 J17.97 4. 0. O. a. Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.
I
Bk 9 1N.OO S 5s-* Total front 3814.50 ft. 2. Blanch T. McCain >>f-2D S 525 ft. ef PB E-49, lot 24 100.00 300.00
footage
X H. W. 4 A. Hlgslnbotham Ridgeview. PB C2124. Front footage to M assessed 3814JO ft. N 1050 ft. Of E 420 7. O. O. Louise Anna Orman Leigh Est

Lot 4. Bk 9Ridgeview. 1X00 14.00 Assessment per front foot $ 3.00 per front ft. ft. Of W 902 ft. Of PB E-49, lot 23 100.00 300.00
X c. W. & Frances Parker HE V 525.00 157X00
PB C-21- Total assessment; $1144150 .
J 24 Lots 5. 4. Bk fRldgcvtcw 124.00 37X00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO EAST SIDEFarmhUI EAST SIDE
.. W. c. 4 Alice Browning PB C.21- NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 1. D. L. 4 MIldred Olse PB E-41 1. J. E. 4 Myrtle Gay Orman lot Est.

24 Lot 7. Bk 9 62.01 PB C-21- lot 4 10994 329.88 PB E-49. 49 100.47 301.41
1u... 1. H. E. 4 Evelyn Brown Ridgeview
5. M. 4 Ladonla O"Brry RI gevtew. PB C-21 24. lots 4. 20 19. X K. E. 4 Emily Achenback Forest Pk Farms 2. B. R. & Marilyn Johnson Orman Leigh Est.

; 24, Lot 9, Bk tRidgeview 42-00 184.00 Bk. 4 240_00 720.00 PB 044", Lot 3 PB E-49 tot 48 100.00 300.00

t 6. Mary B. Thomas PB O2V 2. A. L. 4 Thcima Spark Ridgeview PB C-21- 3 acres 290.00 879.00 X O. O. & Louise Annis"! Orman Leigh Est.
.: 3. A. C 4 Lilla. Mattes Forrest Pk FarmsPBC44W11fl PB E-49 lot 54 100.00 300.00
: Tllbnan 24, Lot 9, 10 Bk f 12440 37X00 26 Lots IS. 17, 14 .
: 7. M. E. 4 Joyce Ridoevlew. Pa ", Bk. 4 184.09 S5809 4. 0. 0. 4 louise Anna Orman Leigh Est.
01 SV* of Lot 2 170-M 510.00 PB E-49, lot 53 100.00 300.00
1 Bk
10 PB C 2V-
24. Lot 4X004X00 184.00 3. J. W. Eddy Ridgeview -
t 1. R. T. Shaw Ridgevlew. PB C-2V 26. Lots 1S. 14. 13 ASSESSMENT ROLL 5. 0. O. & Louise Anni Orman Leigh Est

\ 24. Let X Bk 19Ridgeview 184.00 Bk 4 184.00 558.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn PB Elf lot 40 100.00 30001

,. V. L, 4 Naomi TUIman PB C-2l. 4. T. L. Vansickl Ridgeview PB C-21- N. W. 17th Street. from its Intersection with N.W. 34th Flare t* its 4. O. O. 8. Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.

24. let 3. Bk 10 42.00 184.00 24 Lot IX 11 Bk. 4 124.00 372.00 intersection with N.W. 29th Road. PB E..,. tot 3* 100.00 30868

iI 10. Billy Brutes- '. .. spa' ,.''\ RacI-* paw, PB C 2M S. 0. M. 4 Jessie Maine Ridgeview PB C-21- Total length of line 1006.00 ft. .', '"- 7. O. O. 81 Louise Annis PB Orman e..Leigh,. tot Est.38 100.M ::100.01I. *

Eddy a. 24 I 4. Bk 19 4X00 U4.00 24. tots 20. 19. 11 Total front footage 1935.CO ft. ..
W. Virgil. W\ i Muriel ,#a ,. Ldce4lew.: P.C"" rft. f Bk. 3 116.. S58.M Front footage H be assessed 1935.00 ft. Mary. Rhine OrmM Leigh Est.
A I i E-49 lot 25
-1 > PB 100.08 300.09
24 Lot S. 6. Bk ItRklgeview. 124.00 37X00 4 A. V. 4 Lillian Kravs Ridgeview PB C-21- Assessment per front foot $ 3.M per front ft. 't '. '
0. 4 Polly Lee (Ouie) r # (CONTINUEDCONTINUID ON PAGE H)
; PB C-2I- ", __ 26 Let 17 Bk a 42.99 1409 Total assessment: $505.00

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memento. professional golf's tournamenttrail Agricultural Extension Service stems are wicked to deal with House leadership has set next 5 Travel Information 12:00 a.m. go sat. paper- S. E. Norman

Alderman Aeneas Bell-Irving recently.He Cleo serves to remind us if propelled by an 80 mile-per- Thursday for a vote on the t Special Notices For ads to go in Mon. paper LOSE DexA WEIGHT-Dkt Tablets.safely Only with 98 cents.new

the has played in 22 tourna- that the hurricane season is hour wind. So, clean away all proposal to finance medical 7 Florists 1 p.m. Sat.Minimum. 3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug
said he
Thursday hcped S Baby Sitters Child Caret ( ad 4 lines) Company.
, President would a visit to ments and has won only two, here. loose palm leaves at the first care: for the elderly through Places To Go And
pay
but is on top of the list of the 10 hint of a storm. Social Security.The Things To SeeAUTOM071VE FAMILY RATES 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car
Doll the 2 z-ton
Moby city's / leading money winners with This brings to mind that vote will come on the 1 Insertion .......... 34c line

i killer whale. But if he can't, $110,743, the Professional Golf trees and men have one thingin Trees are not apt to crush question of whether to send the 3 Insertions .......... He line COMPETENT mother will in care her
reasonable
for children
6 Insertions .......... 17c line
Bell-Irving thinks the City
ers Association said Monday. common they often are a house if they succumb to abig bill, passed by the Senate, to a 12 Insertions .... ...... 14c line home FR 64481.KIDDIE at 909. SE 1st Ave. Phone

Council should present miniat the Jack Nicklaus dropped to sec- exposed to the fury of a ,lady. blow. Usually, as the soil conference of both houses. The 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals Total charge computed by KORT CHILD CARE
President with a silver 78 Trucks for Sale
ond place at $101,917. Tony The human-type tiff may be becomes soggy and wind Senate attached a medical care Wanted multiplying total lines x rate Day wk... or mo. Old Newberry
ref 79 Trucks earned number of insertions. Pick up
x Rd. Planned programs.
Lema was third with $72,555.In caused by arguments over a stronger, the trees fall gently rider to a bill previously passedby 10 Tractors & Truck Rentals 5 Five letter words per line at Llttiewood and Terwilliger

j Moby Doll was captured not permanent wave. But withouta against the dwelling. If the the House. 82 Trailer Rentals schools. Call FR 26667.

far from here earlier :n the doubt, tree trouble starts with trees then serve as a prop to Backers of the proposal are 13 Motorcycles & Scooters 8 Point BABYSITTING In my home reasonable
J be June 1957 Hurricane Au- prices. See me at 1071
summer and appears to an easterly wave. :hold the house snuggly and safely expected to seek a vote instructing >84 Automobile Repairs Same as 2 lines ordinary type SE 21st Ave. or call 376-4678 after .
4 thriving in her new home a dry hit the Gulf coast causing 85 Automobiles for Sale 4 P.M.
during the second half of conferees to take certain
sea pen at an old wharf. 395 fatalities. Men have the coice of goingto ;the'blow. 16 Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL 12 pointSame TINY TOT
i positions on the measure. If so, as 3 lines ordinary type

J (CONTINUED FROM PAGE U) Viet Nam when a storm begins it would be the first time that PLAY SCHOOLVisit

>. 0. 0. & Louise Ann!* Orman Leigh Est. brewing around their Actually, hundred-mile-per- the principle of Social Security 18 PointSame vs and see for yourself.

; PB E-49. lot 24 100.00 300.00 home, because they may findit hour wind is not as dangerousas of for 18 Schools Instruction 24 SE 8th St. FR -78C6I .
financings
I hospital care
as 4 lines ordinary type
ASSESSMENT ROLL easier to face bullets than it sounds, if necssary measures 19 Music. Dancing care for infants & children In
persons over 65 has come to a my home. NE section. Call 372-

i NW 30th Place from FOR its intersection SANITARY SEWERIn with NW 22nd Street to its Inter fight a domestic battle. are taken before the wind. vote in the House.WASHINGTON. 20 wanted-Instruction 24 PointSame 5169.

section with NW 21st Terrace. reaches gale force; plus retreat-
Total length of line 350.00 ft. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDBAR
But trees have choice.
t Total front footage 600.00 ft. no ing indoors while the unwelcome (AP) The EMPLOYMENT as 5 lines ordinary type
Front footage to be assessed 600.00ft. They must face the full fury MAID experienced con
-
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. lady is dancing around 0 u t- Air Force chief of staff, Gen. 11 Female Help Wanted genial. See Mr. Pozen Univer.
Total Auessment; $1800.00NORTH of a lady without being able to side. 12 Male Help Wanted sity Inn. South U. S. <<1.
ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Curtis E. Le fay, says U.S. Female 36 PL
strike back. 13 Help-Male or EXPERIENCED secretary desired.
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED If your home is located in an continental aerospace defense is 14 Sales Help Wanted Write your qualifications to Box
1.0.0.6 Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est.
J PB E-49 lot 7 100.00 300.00 Usually the storm's first provocation area that might be flooded -I'strong in the areas of early 16 Work Wanted Female S80-A c/o Gainesville Sun.
2. Darnell & Daphine Norris Orman Leigh Est. Same as 7 lines ordinary type
PB E-49 Lot I 100.00 300.00 is to soak the rotting, you'll be given ample notice warning and command and 17 Work Wanted Male HOUSEWIVESOVER

3. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. to evacuate hours before control.
moss-filled tree branches. Next 30Do
PB E-49 Lot 9 100.00 300.00 The Gainesville Sun will not be

the windy lady slaps the soggy the storm reaches your area Addressing a meeting of the LIVESTOCK responsible for more than one you have spare time from 9 to
SOUTH SIDE FARMS tf incorrect Insertion, nor will It
1 that would like to
1. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. mass to the ground with a dull Otherwise, there is no safer Air Force Association Thurs- 26 Farm Equipment be liable for any error in advertisement turn p.m.into ready you cash This lob

PB E-49. Lot 1100.00 300.00 than in well-built home. said fighters to a greater extent pays $1.25 per hour S days per
a day LeMay
thud that the home place & Fertilizer
Feed
f 2. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. puts own 27 than the cost of the space oc week. Apply Rm. 205 Baird
1 PB E-49 Lot 13 100.00 300.00 er's nerves on edge. Soon as the storm is past i iis it equipped with new intercept 28 Livestock 8* Supplies cupied by the item in the ad Hardware Bldg., Saturday 9 AM
3. G. H. & Ruth Newbury Orman Leigh Est. will to 10 AM.EXPERIENCED.
Top So7 vertisement. No adjustment
,, PB E-49, Lot 12 100.00 300.00 So inspect your trees for a good idea to inspect the radar and infrared search and 29 Landscaping be made on errors that do not typist needed for
Supplies
&
ASSESSMENT ROLL dead branches that seem to be trees and other plants around track equipment plus Bomarc 30 Pets WantedFINANCIAL materially effect the value of copying. This lob temporary. But
31 Livestock .
the advertisement.The will release if you secure perm.
FOR SANITARY SEWER ready to fall. Also look fo r the house. Usually all the plants missiles are on continuous alertin lob. You will be assisted with
In NW 29th Place from its Intersection with NW 22nd Street run 300
feet East. dead branches that are firm will show signs of wind dam- both Canada and the United Gainesville Sun reserves direction 372-9506 at by once.APPLICATIONS other. secretary Call
Total length of line 330.00 ft. the privilege of revising or rejecting
Total front footage 799.20 ft. but brittle. A gust of hurricane- age. But with a little trimming, States. any advertisement whichit taken for Nurses
Front footage to be assessed 699.20 ft. and of root "These aircraft, together with 54 Business Opportunities deems objectionable and to Aides and help In other De art'
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. force wind can snap an arm- propping resettling 57 Money to Loan change tne classification of any rrents. Apply in person Gainesville -
Total Assessment $2077.60NORTH all the Army's Nike and Hawk from that orderedto Nursing Center.
: size branch from a tree and systems, nearly plant s 58 Mortgages advertisement
I ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO missiles and certain naval conform to the policy of the HOSTESS needed part or fulltirre.
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED send it at missile speed througha that were shaken loose from 59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE paper. Aunt Jemima's Kite hen
1. 0. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. be elements provide a credible 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for Mr.
the salvaged.
ground
PB E-49. Lot 19 99.20 297.60 picture window.A can Brown.
I 2. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. Following a hurricane there continental defense against the
low branch
PB E-49, Lot 20 100.00 300.00 hanging overa manned bomber threat," Le- Morley's Sandwich
3. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. roof can wreak havoc. Pow are nearly always a few bright 61 wanted to Buy
PB Lot 100.00 300.00 May said.
E-49. 21 Shop
I 4. 0. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. erful winds can turn the limb sunny days. Use these days to 62 Machinery & Tools THERE 1029 W. Univ. Ave.

If PB Erg Lot 22 100.00 300.00 into a tool of destruction. This dry out and tidy up around the WASHINGTON (AP-With a 63 Building Materials WAITRESS needed 4 to 12:00

SOUTH SIDE house. In no time at all 64 Household Goods p.m shift; also: part time help.
you
tool slate
shinglesas
can remove
bow to William Shake- Apply in person.
1. Richard M. 8. Nancy Shaw Orman Leigh Est. Thursday 65 Antiques
t' PB E-49, Lot 29 100.00 300.00 fish scaler will erase the signs of the big
easily as a can speare, Secretary of State 66 Misc. For Sale WAN 1 ED experienced waitress.
2.0.0. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. Restau-
Appl/ Humpty Durocty
j PB E-49, Lot 28 100.00 300.00 remove scales.Removing blow. Dean Rusk swore in James L. 67 Trading Post IS rant. 310 NW irh ft
3. O. O. i Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. 68 Articles Wanted __
\ PB E-49. Lot 27 100.00 300.00 dead and out of Greenfield as assistant secre Fuel Oil & Woods WANTED experience waitresses -

place limbs is a good idea even Work tary for public affairs. 69 Marine Equip. all snitls. I rry"s Restaurant
i ASSESSMENT ROLL BeginsOn 70 Boats 125 W. Univ. Ave.
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn if there is no storm alert. Such
Fish
Drawing from the bard's play 71 Camp Hunt WANTED one toil ;tine tr part
NW 29th Ave. from its intersection with NW 22nd St. to its inter
section with NW 21st Terrace. pruning is necessary for eye Gulf Coast Anthony and Cleopatra, Rusk 72 Office Equipment WORTHVJMllE time morning waitress.or evening Apply! 10:n person Hotel

Total length of line 550.00 ft. 73 Musical Merchandise .
Total front footage 1000.00 ft. appeal. envisioned Greenfield saying to Then -!!. lotS N.E. *ni C'._

Front footage to be assessed 600.00 ft. Fanlike fungus growing on State Department officials, CUPaTwAi iKr sS-i"--day and
Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. Station i n ght shift, tor "ag!s. Apply
Total Assessment: $1800.00 the side of a trj&e( trunk indi- Ag. "Pour out the pack of matter to REAL ESTATE FOR SALE in c iscn, J..rrv's Restauia.it,

ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO cates rotten spots that neeed at- mine ear the good and bad _7350: S. ";1. J3sh M _______
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 32 Mobile Homes for Salt /V.Mi'RE women far Doctor's o'f'.ce -
l 1. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. tention. A hole made by a wood- Construction of a $200,000 together." 33 Lots for Sale I ; taovjrefpiig; tvpmg! recep.tcr.i .
PB E-49, Lot 3100.00 300.00 '. P'st ienre he'
building complex has been start- : P'Pf'I pt'jl. -
2. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. pecker, damage by earlier And, from the same play, he :34 Waterfront Property Inr'od! full details in leti .
.
PB E-49, Lot 35 100.00 300.00 ed at the Gulf Coast Experiment said Greenfield might this n cox s/C-A care of
3. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Le.gh Est. storms, or the gouge of an auto get 35 Houses for Sale I! GIIt'f''II';;. 5'm.
PB E-49. Lot 36 100.00 300.00 bumper start rotten Station near Bradento, response from department READING _
can spots. 36 Cottages for Sale I W N1Ei) exrr.piuede9al; Secretary
SOUTH SIDE The auto made wound can according to Florida Agricultural officials: "Though it be honest, to tg'-:\ work ivnirtiately
'
1. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. Stations Director 37 Real Estate Exchanged for ;r- -r P.ttf.. Salary comrrirfurale -
Experiment -
it is i
PE Erg Lot 44 100.00 300.00 easily be filled with a water- never good to bring bad ''' w'.h: experience and
2. 0. 0. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. J. R. Beckenbach.The news; give to a gracious mes- 38 Real Estate Wanted 1 ._ I roCl:'ar/- ice Nrrl/s' I; : Blue
PB E- 9. Lot 43 100.00 700.00i tight material, as it is not more 39 Out of Town Property Cross : P'i'f Sh rid. For irterview I -
will include
S. C. & W. H. Butler Orman Leigh Est. than kneeling height. But oth new structures sage an host of tongues; but let : contact E. A. C'ayton or.
JarrM E. Oytcn.: P.lon 372 9591.WAlfRESSES
40 Business Properties 11'd
PB E-49. Lot 42 100.00 300.00 an office and a labora ill tidings tell themselves." -
er rotting areas will require ex- WASTED, M a nor
ASSESSMENT ROLL tory, a residence building, and "Nuts" would be Greenfield's 41 Residential Income Rf't url".t. Apply in person 2325

FOR SANITARY SEWERIn perience at climbing to dizzy Butler hut. The complex is 42 Farms & Acreage W. University; : Ave. _
NW 28th Place from its intersection with NW 22nd Street run 300 heights on a trembling ladder. a I. non-Shakespearean reply, Rusk WAITRESSES wantedpply in person .
feet East. being built on the 200 -acre conjectured. 43-1 Colored Property Sales THESUN to Aurt Jemima's Kitchen.U14 .
Total length of line :340.00 ft. Having the know-how of a dentist -
Total front footage soo.oo ft. Braden River Farm, eight N'N 13th St. No phone calls
Front footage to be assessed 600.00 ft. is also helpful. Often it is please.: __ .
miles southeast of the station
Rate of assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. Yax RENTALS ONE part time cas!''er; one full
Total Assessment: $1800.00NORTH I cheaper in_ the long run to calla present site. The land was recently Concedes time cashier. evening s 11ft. See
ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO I professional to handle the 43 Colored Property Rentals Mr. Pozin University Inn.
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE ASSESSED acquired by the Experiment Title
Batting 44 Cottages for RentS
>
1. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. tree-top jobs. Stations. 12 Male Help Wanted
PB E-49, Lot 49 100.00 300.00 Furnished Apts.
Some older trees with Y
2. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. shaped Beckenbach said work is
PB E-49, Lot 50 100.00 300.00 crotches often are to KANSAS CITY (AP) Carl 46 Unfurnished Apts. PROFESSIONAL Insurance Corp.
3. 0. 0. 8. Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. prone scheduled to be completed toward Yastrzemski of Jacksonville. Fla. now has vacancies
40 points down in 47 Houses for Rent Furn. for six and
PB E-49, Lot 51 100.00 300.00 cleve apart. Check the trees in the end of 1964. The substation managers
the twenty agents In Gainesville and
statistics WANT
SOUTH SIDE this category. If necessary, operation will then and somewhat 43 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Orlando area. If you are I.censed

1. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. down in the mouth, has conceded 49 Rooms for Rent you can be put on salary: im
PB E. 9. Lot 58 100.00 300.00 place temporary props in th e move to the new buildings.The his American mediately. Apply Holiday Inn

2. Guaranty Federal Orman Leigh Est. appropriate places, or make Gulf League batting 50 Mobile Homes 7-9 p.m. dally.: _
Coast Station
PB E-/9, Lot 57 100.00 300.00 primarily title to Minnesota's brilliant COOK wanted for Immediate em
:1 D. W. 4 Sharon Pridgeon Orman Leigh Est. the tree one unit again with conducts research in ornamentals 51 Misc. Rentals ployment. Aunt Jemima's Kitchen

PB E-49, Lot 56 100.00 300.00 steel rods and turnbuckles. rookie Tony Oliva. 51A Wanted To Rent ADS 1614 NW 13th St. Ask for
and cut Mr. Brown.
vegetables "He'd have to fall into a real
ASSESSMENT
ROLL Remove trees that 52 Boarders Wanted
decayed
FOR SANITARY SEWER flowers. It started as the Tomato slump for anyone to beat him "
In NW 28th Ave.. from Its intersection with NW 22nd Street, run 300 are too weak to hold up under Disease Laboratory in 1925 53 Office Desk Space
Yaz ATTENTION
feet East. said Monday of the
young
the strain of a storm. This ac and attained the 54 Business Rentals
status of sub
Total length of line 335.00 ft. :a Cuban, who now is hitting .335 Announcements HOUSEWIVES!

Total front footage 1000.00 ft. tion will save you grief later. station in 1951. to Yastrzemski's .295.
I 3 LOST tf FOUND Increased Fall business necessitates
Front footage to be assessed 1000 00 ft.
Rate of assessment placing 3 women Im
S 3.00 per front ft. SERVICE
Total Assessment: $300000NORTH LOST Walker hound puppy white mediately. Real opportunity(
ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO = YOUR MONEY'S WORTH 22 Special Services with black spots answers to Spot. those who qualify for terri

NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE SEASESSED Home Improvements 3711 SE 18th Ave. Ph. 3763335. tories. We train you to show
1. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. 23 Avon Cosmetics. For Interview

PB E-49. Lot 63 100.00 300.00 24 Radio S. TV Service 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE write AVON P. O. Box 448
2. Mary E. Kimmel (only) Orman Leigh Est. Gainesville Fla. or call -
PB E-49. Lot 64 100.00 300.00 s 25 Appliance & Furniture LEARN TO DRlVElipecIaiif
X O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. Voluntary Social :- tention to nervous or elderly. FR 2-0421
PB E-19. Lot 65 100.00 300.00 Security2By Easy Way Driving School. FR
1 4. O. O. & Louise Annis Orman Leigh Est. .>, .' 27002. Lie. bv State of Fla.
PB Erg Lot 64 100.00 300.00 ---- ---
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SOUTH SIDE 'r.
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comm at SW cor of .. r
SE Vi run N 12.36 II.J' ,'-

CHS Hogtown E 22.90 Ck.CHS SW on to I Behind Senator Barry Gold- tra take home pay for day-| cent of today's covered workers

W Ck.line to where of Sec it W crosses to water's call for a voluntary to-day living expenses and I under 30 would drop out immed-

SW Beg & S W of social security system is his building a nestegg for future in 'iately. In 1965 alone, the l loss in p yAVE
li
600.00 1800.00 conviction that every citizen dependence would be of secondary contributions would amount to

I ASSESSMENT ROLL should; have the right to choosea importance. The
FOR SANITARY SEWER experience $1.5 billion. In 1968 total assetsof

In SW 16th Avenue from its Intersection with Tumblm Creek run East retirement that best suits his with National Service Life the retirement benefit trust
to a Point 300 feet West of South Main Street.
Total lenght of line 2.647.00 ft. individual needs and means Insurance[ policies after World [fund would amount to S18.8 bil-

Total front footage 5,457.00 ft. through a choice of savings: se- War II dramatically illustrates lion instead of the projected THIS WEEK'S IS ON
Front footage to be assessed 4997.00 ft. SPOTLIGHT
Assessment per front foot S 3.00 curities, private insurance or .this. The poorest veterans -I $27.3 billion under the present
Total
Assessment SU.911.00 Social Security. While the GOP whose
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO dependents needed future system. "

NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED nominee has been backing benefits
away most the
were ones F
UNIVERSITY INN
1. Grover C. DavisJ. Com. at concrete By 1988, when today's work- > { :
monument on N Line from his original strotg state- i who allowed their policies to
ers in their 40s will retire the i f-
of Clinch Grant at E ,
ments voluntary social secur- lapse. ', ; Stort a wonderful evening with a cocktail in tha
edge oR-W SRD 2 voluntary system would be totally t :
a run In Easterly dir. ity, his attitude is characteristic I Who would remain in a volun- i ,1. University Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour is from 5 to
S
.. along N line of Clinch bankrupt. In violent con- ;

deglrw231stttoPOB Grant 717.7 ft S 6 of the man and understand tary system? Primarily those trast, the projected assets for i\ 9 P.M. Then here ono of the best steaks in town

then run W h2ft52deg30'W415.1 able.What whom the insurance industrycalls 1988 under today's system are in the Steak Room or serve yourself the convenient
though, would a switch risks" j, ,
ft S 84 deg. E 300 ft from "poor old $99 billion. smorgasbord wo r. After a delightful meal, return to
N 2 deg 30 mln E today's compulsory system er workers who are most likely
473 i ft W 151 ft to to' a voluntary one mean: Left in the lurch would be the Lounge for cocktails and dancing to flit music .f ,
Pos in sect-lo-10 ito get benefit "bargains" in
less SRD R-W No major social security system .return for small over 30 million beneficiaries due Bobby Griffi..', Combo and Richard Parker's Orchestra ;
y or 196 372 300.00 900.00 comparatively to be receiving Social S'
Alachua County BCC Clinch Grant as per throughout the worM ever contributions. These bargains Security a 'til 2 A.M.
Govt. Plat Lot as has operated checks then and about 135 mil J
on a completely
will be eliminated in the
r per DB 341-317 & DB years lion
.. 341 319 less voluntary basis i workers who would already SPOTLIGHT
so one one ahead because future beneficiaries Watch For Next Week's f
SRD RWClinch 645.00 1935.00 have contributed substant ,
i 1 ,
a
.. 1 0. D. Drew Grant per can judge precisely what would will have contributed over
Govt. Plat tract of happen here. But sound sums to the system (not to

land as per D8 17- pre- their entire working lifetime. mention their employers). DINING DINING DININGDANCINGCOCKTAILS 4
381 less part as per dictions can be made on what
But we're still in the system'sgrowth !
DB
341-384 & less
part as per types of workers would choose period and virtuallyevery This would happen if just 15 GENERAL GAINES SHELLEY'S Home of the Original

"'" DB 341-317.: less cent of Social STEAK ITALIAN SANDWICHDial UNIVERSITY INN
not to contribute or to receive per Securitycovered ROOM
; SRD R-W OR 1/4380 worker over 30 today is Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice 372-452 for fast free de Charcoal Steak Room Smorgis-

41 Beverly A. Crew t5.00 Z955.00 future benefits' and rough projections a "poor risk" who can expect workers dropped out today. steaks prepared to your taste livery. board. Cocktail Hour I to 7. 2
Com at SW cor ofT The Also pizza & your favorite drinks for the price of 1. DancIng
can be made on what actual percentage mightrun on our open hearth. Holiday Inn -
oa & J RR land runN1001vsttN11'i future benefits than his W. Univ. Ave. or our
greater beer. elf
... 1900 S.W. 13tt St. FR 6266. Kit 2 AJM. to Bobby Griffin's
numbers might opt out total contributions. considerably higher, bank- new stored 1601 Ntf 1st Ave. Combo & Richard Parkers orches
E 200 ft SE 20ftE22IttS1011tt
deg First, many in high income rupting the system much soon- THE ORLEANS tra. 1901 S.W. 13th St. FR -2442.

N UV deg. W 427 Obviously, no insurance plan (Formerly Fred's Locker Room)
ft to Beg. in Sec. brackets would drop out because er. The cost to the American Try our U. S. Choice Steaks. CAFETERIAS 7k
public or private can survive BOWLING *
8-10-20 427.00 1,245.00 their Social Security ben- economy and the indignity to Served 11:30 AM 2:00 PJVL
Dinner
without "good" as well aspoor" Served e 12 P.M. CAFETERIA
LONG'S
a. 1. R. W Scotten SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION efits would amount to only a risks. No medical insurance American society would be in- Cocktails Served Dancing Complete dinner noon and night BOWLING at Its finest at
Clinch Grt. per Gov negligible fraction of their total calculable. 4562 NW 13th St. f7 cents. Wide variety of meats. PALM LANES j
Plat Lot as per D8 plan could survive if only salads and desserts to COOM Open every night for your enioyment -
155-312 & DB 157-37 retirement funds and they might This is why scores of proposals from. Open 7 days a week. Come from t A.M. to 2 AJM. .
& DB 154-361 & DB the sick were included. N nursery
184-385 all less W 17 reasonably hope to gel a larger tomobile insurance could exist in the past to make Social Dine by candlelight in the delightful Remember We have complete 2604 Waldo Rd. 374454 !
ft CIO ft atmophere of ftatytMANAROS dinner noon and night for only
on Hlvay) .
future return on well invested Security voluntary have been i
t7 cents.
1 lets SRD R-W only for the accident-prone. No RESTAURANT
!. Standard Fertilizer Co. OR 196-370 150.0050.00 savings today. abandoned.This specializes in Lasagna. Pizza
Clinch Grt. per Gov life insurance company could and other delicious Italian Food. ADVERTISE IN THE Q
,ff. Plat all Clinch Grt Second, many women workers stay in business if it sold poli- is why a voluntary system 2120 Hawthorn Rd. $il PM. BILLIARDSCUE t
'J : : + t W of Colclough Hill would out because they for Social 372-4690 Closed Mondays.
i3
opt Security un ;
..iff, : Rd.. less parts sold cies only to those who died
." ,, ''JjJ also S 25 tt of LotIibt3.BtkAi would anticipate getting benefits thinkable today just as volun NOW OPEN Alan's New STICK BILLIARDSFun DINE & DANCEDIRECTORY 1{
young.A MR. SANDWICH SHOP for not only young men
16 tt on E side less anyhow as dependents<: or tary systems for police cr fire Across from Univ. Post Office BUT young women too. i
W 7 ft. Casa Loma "conservative" projection Featuring our own roast beef sandwich Bring your dates
.. less parcel 22 Kirkwood survivors. protection, education or military bi natural gravy. 55 cents. Open ie AJM. tn 12 PJvU I;
.. & less SRD R-W OR Third and most significant, was made by Social Security service are unthinkable in the Th best roast beef in town. 905 N. Main Street
*" t/d->)6 less that parts I -
:tvr- .... 4" per OR 245-268. millions of workers in lowest income actuaries recently of possible sixth decade of the 20th cen i:
TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGECAFETERIA OR PLACE
,It.4':: '- Parcel 2 1.740.00 5220.0 brackets would forfeil statistical results of a voluntary I -
:J. Alachua County BCC.* Clinch Grt. per Gov tury. I OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE j !
Plat Lot as per DB coverage because they would system.It I Tomorrow: Does compulsory
a. :
'. ;: 341-317 8. DB 341- CALL 372-8441. ;
1.., '.;y! S". 31* less SRD Rah 750.00 2450.00 desperately want to use the ex-! was estimated that IS pert Social; Security promote finaa- ""-

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Friday September 11 1964 Gainesville Sun 19


, Male Help Wonted 17 Work Wonted Male 33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal. Gay ,


(\ JBanted by high school senior anchettes (550000 7Vt Acres SW 1 i IY OWNER large 4 BR2b.iT
RESttJRANTMANAGER 495-2432 of Town. beautiful & restricted home. cent. heat & air cond. FREDARNOLD Poinsettias
home sites. Inside must be seen to be appreciated. -

NEEDED 18 Schools fir InstitutioftlSPEEDWRITINGCOST Mary Moeller Immediate. Financing possession.29 available.NE A N T I ti A C A 5
,
EXPERIENCED for \Immediate _ _
Kitchen 10th PI. Call 2-M01 days or 4-274J 5
employment. Aunt Jemima's Realtor .
1614 NW 13th St. Ask for ACCOUNTINGCIVIL evenings.FORDYCE
I Mr. Brown.YOUNG SERVICE TRAINING 019 W. University FR -4471 ACROSS 25.Bring E R F-I T A w i F

MAN age 14-24. with Secretarial Courses Classes now ACRE LOT AND OR TRAILERFOR REALTOR Depend doubt USE.ARTw.
I Is Interested forming. Howell'a Business College SALE. Vi acre V mile from
high school education who
I 21S W. S. King 27. Sailor ;;: ; -
Univ. Ave.
In shoe retailing. We can University Incl. well pump. seo- j j p j- ;
offer you above average wag*, tic tank work shop. storage & $300 DOWNto topper 30.Witness
paid vacations, and other excellent FR 4-3507 study room patio & 41 x I 154 REALTORFLORIDA qualified FHA Buyer. Pay 8. Obese 31.Used in
t fringe benefits. Apply to Mr. LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfect ments $57.00 per month Including -
Sanders Kinney Shoes. Gainesville DEVELOP confidence overcome for married students. Call FR 6- PARK taxes and Insurance..2 Bedrooms 11. On the she1skin lotions 1 I N V I A P

Shopping Center.EXPERIENCED fear-apply practical tech- 2310 or FR 6-2369. I Fireplace with paneled living 1 bath screened porch tered side 33. Half score j T t N K 0 r a

V ALL AROUND nique. Develop personality. Deserve LOTS for sale In ceautiful Idylwild room hardwood floors. 3 BR oak block floors. TV antenna In 12. Richie 34. Subject
COOK FOR MEAT AND VEGE recognition. Be an influ- between Gainesville and the new home. Over 1500 sq. ft. Large cluded. Seller will pay bVyer'sloan
,. TABLES. APPLY COLLEGE INN ence. golf and country club. Large restricted wooded lot. low down payment! costs. fish 35.Expanse
1728 W. UNIV. AVE. BS degree 25 years experience. lots. Certified public water and monthly payments. Call For- 13. Literary 38.Virtuous
Classes start Sept. 24. 7 > p.m. system. Outside ctiy limits. $20.000 FHA'hree
I GAS STATION attendant and stock For information caU 374-7724 after SI 750. to $2800.Clyde dyce. 376-1236. bedroom, 2 bath home In bits 40.Fr. article
boy wanted. Must be IS yrs. of 5 p.m.SHORTHAND. Seckinger Realtor PATIO Northwest location. Central he it Conceited 41. Fell
age. Apply 2:00 .m. to 5:00 p.m. shaded by many trees. 3 BR 2
p Owner & developerPh. and air conditioning. Built in SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
bath home In fine NW section. 15. Eccentric 43. Iris
Personnel Office. J. M. Fields. BUSINESS LAW FR 6-5038 range and oven. Family ruom. plant45.Jap.sash

CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 CIVIL Secretarial SERVICE Courses Classes TRAINING now HIGH. rolling 1 acre lots. Re- room Separate Fla.dining room on room.a large 11 ving ccr- Chain link fence around back 17. Neuter 50. Pay atten4..

yrs. old needed for paper routein forming. Howell's -Business Col stricted. S&200. ner lot. Price lust reduced to yard. pronoun 46. NatiTC tion 5.Awry

. Wonderful the N.E.experience and N.W. for Sections.your lege. 218 W. Univ. con Fordyce 376-1236._ only name 520700.the downpayment.owner financedyou Call- NEW CONSTRUCTION 18.Notion metal DOWN 6. Four-

f son daily contact with the public Phone FR 6-3507 ACRE lots for sole. Fordyce 3761236.BLACK 4 Bedrooms. 2 baths in beautiful 20. Sensed 47.Sensible 1. Gorges masted ship

, prepares him for a leading role MEN & women 18 to 35 10 train for Phone 372-4416 ACRES Malore Gardens. Central heat. c1 21. Dwarf 48. Confronted 2.Waterwort 7.Miscalculate
. In his future. For more Information CIVIL SERVICE Large living room 3 large bed hardwood floors. 4" well. Love
t call Gainesville Sun Circulation Examinations. For Informationsend rooms. 2 baths Fla. room. patio ly shaded lot on paved street. cattle 49. King of S.Oahu

Dept. 3724441. name address & Phone No. 34 Waterfront Property plenty of storage. built In Reduced to 531.500.ARISTOCRAT. 23. Old soldier Judah wreath 8. Destiny
, bookshelves and kitchen. Over
,FULL TIME salesman wanted. Re- Key Training Service. 112 W. Indigo dye
1800 ft. and fenced
WINFRED H. CRAWFOKU sq. yard. ,
.
Experience Adams St.. Jacksonville. .
tall clothing and furnishings. -
necessary In retail sell. Reg. Broker. specallzlng in Only ment.$25,000 Call Fordyce.with low 3761236.FORDYCE down. pay Enter this 3 bedroom 2 bath home. ; F. 3 r r gr 'l ; ; 10 Diplomacy

ing. Salary commensurate with Real Estate Exam LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE through attractive covered garden I 16.Astemfffr19.Twtor .
" day AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose.GR Separate formal I living *
ability and experience.5th COURSE U
52981.Cedar. room with I
; cozy family room
. week. Insurance benefits. Write ATTEND First lesson free. & ASSOCIATES. INC. fireplace. The last word in kitchens .I
, resume to box 441-A to arrange rtOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLkuE Key Shoresfine Multiple Listing Realtor fully equipped. Gigant Ie -
for personal Interview. COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave Grace Fordyce. Broker screened porch. Special terrazzo /f IS IS. 22.Mature

ROUTE salesman for soft drink h 6-3507. 3723727. homesites from $2250 Associates: floors throughout. Located In I':: 24.Poetic
Goulden
I company. Must be bondable age HIGH SCHOOLat non-waterfront from $1510 O.Harvey C. Gay Benton Dudley Dick Banks Durant Estates. /89> 29 muse r

2538. Phone FR 2-8511 to 5 home. free booklet. A mer lean Frances Hough Sarah Goulden ITn .

weekdays. School., Fla P. 32216.O. Box 16661 Jacksonville Marina Locations 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 ARNOLDREALTY 11. 23 24 r'l'l: 27.26.RLski Point '

WANTED 4 MENto INVEST: facilities needed here REAL NICE 2 BR, or can be usedas
work with large Eastern electrical 28 Livestock & SuppliesFOR 3 BR house in excellent loca 3w l' 27 20 ZJ 28. Dye base
concern in the Gainesvillearea. Motel tion. Nice corner shaded lot. COMPANY 29. Flowed
Locations .
High commissions we fur. with garage. Total price $11300 Multiple Listing Member :
nish leads. Age 23-40 neat in appearance SALE pony. saddle and bridle I INVEST: accommodations FHA financing available. Phone 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 3 0 31 31 back
GR -283J. Melrose
$150. Call
car necessary. No ex- owner 3727401. Associates: 32. In style
needed
Florida. Jim Sheppard jane Caldwell
Call perlence Mr. needed Haney. -Mon.we. Wed.treln, you.and TWO FOR ONE F. W. Hodge Bob Kalkman //: '//.VA 33 .- 3? 33.Flap
FOR SALE 7 old Mare and 'VWh : :
between year DAVID ANDREWS- Jimmy Greene Walter StoddardBY 35.Bomb
2-0500 f
FR
FrL only at colt with saddle and bridle. 4 TWO HOUSES ON large corner !ni -
and 19 A.M Scott & Fetzer Corp. year old black Shetland pony with REAL ESTATECEDAR lot, convenient to schools and. OWNER on Lake Santa Fe 1 J$ J& J/ 39: 39 r 49 36. A rustic

MECHANIC WANTED. 5V* days. bridle. Call FR 2-9773. shopping. Live In one and rent BR.. large llv. rm.. air conditioned ..' slang
conditions. Barkley KEY 3841 or 3831 the other. Property has been screened porch. Plenty 47 -
working 41
good 7: 43 4fI forth
WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE I well kept. Let us show you the ef cabinets. Ideal for retiring cou 37. Give
Motors. 2201 N. Main St. dairyman to show us a better Ocean front home. St. Augustine advantages In this Investment. ple. Earleton. Fla. Next to Polnsettlas say Christmas! Intoa Let _ 39. Anc, theaters
these transform a plain -
LOCAL bottling company' needs one dairy feed than CPA Cooperative Beach near pier. 2 BR. masonry Buddy's Landing. 468-1717. apron 4$ /; 46 7.
t route salesman for establishedroute Mills 16 pet. All Pulleted Dral- repainted inside and out. 11 ACRES gay gift. "// .II
week salary plus PDN City water and electricity plus OCALA block, 3 2
5 day Krunch. Over 1500 IDS. of BR. bath. Irg. leaves and 42.Afr.eye
commission. Apply at 1319 S. per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala- artisan well. Completely furnished. BEAUTIFUL WOODED and on a open-beam ceiling paneled din- The flowers, In striped 43 / 49 -I SO
Main St. between 4 30 5. 1:00 PM. chua. phone FR 21095 or 461- SI3OOO sacrifice price In- paved road. TEN miles from ing & family room with fire- band. making the hem are Pa'-ap /, .I' = worm
2105. cludes valuable adjacent lot City. $400 per acre with excellent !- place, Irg. fenced-in back yard plique. Top flower Is a pocket. 44. Scotch ex
MAN wanted route. for Must local be wholesalemilk married. $2000 cash. Balance on terms to terms.ALACHUA built-in kitchen. 3723130 or 4681683 tern SVfetlO.Thirtyfive 712. : transfer 2 motifs 6'Axll Par time 24 mln. Af w ws/eof res *H ri plorer
suit buyer. Phone 372-0733.
30 PETS & SUPPLIES *
bondable previous experience. age
21-35 and high school graduate OVER 30 acres of lake front. many REALTYAssociates 3 bedroom 1 bath 6-room frame cents In coins for this
preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th BEAGLE. female 3 yrs. old, spayed bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished house. close in, nice neighbor- pattern add 15 cents for each pat
St. all shots. excellent child's houses with dock and deep hood. tern for 1st-class mailing and special
635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2<<1 Ig shady lot. $9,950. .
pet. Phone 372-9894.: well pump. Many extras. On Terms. handling. Send to Laura Wheeler
MAKERS. Custom CabI- Arie T. Smith Realtor Walter Stubbs Inc. Ph.
CABINET Lake Lewis
Santa Fe. Inquire Gainesville Sun Needlecraft
net & Mill Work. Inc. has Immediate BEAGLE PUPpies. AKC. perfectly Jewelry Co. Mabel Gore. Associate 376-5394. Dept., P. O. Box 161. Old Chelsea 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale

openings for cut-out men. marked. from good hunting line. Station. New York 11, N. Y.
assemblers formica men & truck Excellent pets. Phone FR -2118. 35 Houses for Sale PARRISHPRESENTS Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER PARADE OF HOMES MODEL BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH $$S BY OWNER, cen heat & air cond.,
driver. Call to arrange for Inter. 4133 NW 12th St. MEXQUISITE NAME, ADDRESS and The Troplcana by Hugh Edwards By investing in a U. S. Steel Home 2V* bath 3 BR. family. living.
view 3723509: daytime or 372-0070 ZONE. Inc. has been widely acclaimed built in this area by dining rm., large kitchen built-

after PM.WANTED 32 Mobile Homes For Sal. DUPLEXATTRACTIVE BEAUTY Gainesville's most beautiful homein ALACHUA HOMES, INC. in appliances. Large garage.
two auto mechanics This 3 br. 2 bath home Ocala NEW FOR 196J! 200 designs Its price range. You may now Phone 374-0630 3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR
and well built 2 bed block. separate cottage and bath. more fashions to knit. crochet than own this marvelous home completely Model Home Opening every Sun. 24518
plenty of work paid Lowest prices easiest terms largest room duplex with kitch- beautifully landscaped. Hi- everl Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery equipped with central air from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning
masonory FOR RENT: 3 bedroom home In near 16. 3331 N.W. 28 FOUR BR, 2 bath. CBS FHA financing -
vacation and other company display In central Florida.We School, with dolls' clothes. Send 25 conditioning dishwasher disposal August PL
ens equippedone apartment extra swimming pool. $37- $450
N. E. location. Living $91 27 per mo Only
trade for anything Free delivery room Compare cost with all other 3
,. cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. built-in oven and range and
benefits. Apply in large with air conditioner. 500. Seller
person
down to buyer.
dining and screened qualified
room porch.
up to 100 mIles.TRAILER patio gas bar-b-q grill for only bedroom 2 bath fully air cond.
Priced at
to Jim Herwitt Service MARTHwy. 518400. Unfurnished.FOR NEAR GAINESVILLE VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT 22300. Ask to see this luxurious TIME.homes.""YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY pay appt.closing to see.cost.1806 Call N.W.372-0481 38th fer.DON'T tor.

Manager. Ridgway Motor 17 Open 1 to 6 HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom RENT: 4 Bedroom, 2 bath West 3 br, 2 bath, large spac PATTERNS In deluxe new Quilt home at your convenience.
I Co. East Palatka Phone 328-1059 home with 2 sleeping porches located home in NE. Central heat and ious family rm. 2500 sq. ft. liv- Book. For beginners experts. Send HUGH EDWARDS, INC. MOVE IN TOMORROW MISS THIS
Chlckasha 2 bedroom. at 214 N. E. 5th Avenue. air conditioning. Unfurnished.FOR ing space cent. heat. 5 acres. 50 cents nowl i 3767971BY Unusual floor plan sets this three TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt
1944 joxio ONLY $16,000 with SUOO DOWNI call Mary Moeller bedroom two bath home apart
Gardens VA ml Southof
EXPERIENCED man to help manage Will sell for small equity and I OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms from others. Lifetime terrazzo Malory
store. Must be bond- assume payments. FR 2-7798. SALE F.H.A. Financing 35 Houses for Solo Campus on <<1. 3 BR 2 bates
grocery LOVELY 3 bedroom. Itt bath STUDENT 2 baths. large. conveni- floors newly redecorated. Builtin
! limits.
homes. Outside of city den for Dad. year 'round com-
able. Capable of stocking orderIng split level home located NW 10th Ter. kitchen. $600. down includes
masonry block Home filled with established Income ent. See at 1617 Drive by,
& helping In store. Hubbard CONNOLLYMobile In the N. W. section lust 3 bedroom new concrete Drive past 1602 N. W. 1st NEW; -3 eoroo... CCB. tile bath, closing. $101. per month Includes fort. Priced right.FR 2-8336.
1 Circle Grocery corner N. W. 16th Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 Inside the city limits. ONLY $15- Only 3 left for qualified buyers. Ave. & call Mary Moeller carport end utility room. $9.000. taxes and Insurance. phone FR 2-4625 or SEAYThe
Ave. & Mlllhopper Rd. bedroom mobile homes. Many 250 with $700 DOWN. Priced under 110,000. $250 down. S45 month. Phone FR Hugh Edwards. Inc. WOODROW
ImmediateOccupancy
I WANTED man 21 or over for serv- floor plans. 7 year financing. TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom. 2 NEAR 13TH ST. 23355 days. I 376-7971 Master Builder :
Ice station work. Experience desired Drive out today. 3. miles South BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE bath home. Large living room, N. W. 18th Ave. near 13th St. Ig. FOR ONLY J450 down and FHA 2 BR CCB home for sale. Nre
but not necessary. Perm of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry home separate dining room faml y lot with 3 br. home near business THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB approval you can have Immediate looking home on large grassy lo'.
spacious kitchen and traverse rods. $750 down pay I
anent. Apply Mr. Young. Dan 374-0571 large room with lovely fireplace. investment rental possession and ownership of Terms are very reasonable. Call
N. screen porch. ONLY $17,500 with $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive the best value house in FR 2 1858 after 6 P.M.
iels' Service Station. 736 Built In Kitchen. Located In for sale -
I Main St.LICENSED. $700 DOWN. Back Acres.J. Mary Moeller off 39th Ave. I NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air '6 room CCB home;- wit12; "" baiht: :

Real Estate salesman. BUTTS Let us show you this charming 2 BR home on corner lot. I lowdown CHOICE two, three and four bedroom conditioning. Paneled family room 4-car: garage, swimming pool on
$100 a week drawing account. contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath J. FINLEY: AREA We have Realtor payment. $60 per mo. Located -I homes at convenient locaI loining living-dining area for ex. I 2 acres of land with pine trws
, Large volume builder developing home with central heat and air two nice 3 bedroom homes priced at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call I tions. Quality construction plus tra spaciousness. Electric range 3 blks. from school 5 tlks.I. .
t 3 Position In Gainesville. Mobile conditioning large step down to sell-walking distance to 1019 Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. bonus features such as: real and dishwasher. Back yard completely from church. $12.500. Phone 472
areas. W.
University FR 6-o enclosed by 7 ft. hedge.
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Reply to Box 494-A c-o Gainesville Florida room and screened In J.University J. Fin ey of Florida.and convenient to Member Multiple Listing plaster walls. fully sodded lot. Call 376-4147 for appt. to see at I. 2153 Newberry. __ _
patio. lifetime terrano floors. GE central -
Sun.INSURANCE. Associates $300 DOWNThis 2213 NE 7th Ter. FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 74 gal.
AGENT for local John Merrill NEAR UNIVERSITY OF FLOR. E. W. Moeller Foster Kesler heat adaptable to A-C. GE fuel tank, 100 shrubs, brick pat.
built-In and a I 11 I
oven 2 YEAR
range OLD.REPOSSESSIONVERY
! agency prefer person with some HomesINC. IDA Lovely brick hcme on Dick Durbm Sharon Grant sparkling clean 2 BR 1 bath brick fronts. rustic gas lamps I 10 fenced yard. near elerren.
Insurance experience, must large woor-ed lot. Three bed- CB home in excellent N.W. location sidewalks swim dub member GOOD CONDITION tary and lunlor high schac'*,
have car & be over 21. Compensation Realtor rooms. 2 bath, large living rm. can be bought with $300 ship. 4 BR. 2 bath central heat, built- screened porch. 3 BR. 1 bath,
depends on applicant. Reply with flrrpiece separate dining GLADYS down and $61 per month. Callus in oven range & dishwasher SSOO down. If you qualify FHA.
Box 569-A care of Gaines NEW MULTIPLE LISTING room Forlda! room, plus I detached to see. 2005 NW 37th Blvd. Call First See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave.
t ville Sun stating qualifications.. W M & 12- WIDES PHONE FR 2-1494 study.ELEGANT University Realty No cash down VA.Low Federal 376-7SS1.
also SMITH
WANTED Immediately Field ASSOCIATESMARCELLA FHA down. BRAND NEWA BUILDER
CAMPERS AND IMPRESSIVE 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 OFFERED BY
I Manager for Watkins Products PARDIW. 3 bEdroom 2 bath home W. M. Monroe. Realtor Also conventional financing. most unusual & charming homeof
Wt need 25 trade-Ins this month! Lovely 3 Bedroom 2'A bath home.
Inc. Responsibilities will be to H. BUCKHANNAN with wall to wall carpet and en 372-5393 Move 5 bedrooms 3 full baths pan.cued I
I contact and train new Deal Call us for the best deals. old brick fireplace in Living Idylwlld in den & sewing room, in one I Show house at 3321 NW. 28th
Walking distance of
ers. Salary and expenses $700 to 376-8361 $40 MO. 2 BR. large kit.. llv. rm.. room. Nice Florida room builtIn grade school. Beautiful new A STEALBY of Gainesville's finest residentialareas Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom. 2
lot
month. Drive companycar. 3 brm. By builder owner. Call
$800 per bath and back porch. Small down
I Age 25 to 40. Experience Indirect NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street payment to one with good credit. conditioning kitchen, central screen heat porch and with air 2 FHA bath financing.contemporary home. New OWNERMUST TomorrowVlllAGf 372-3727 to Inspect. I bath home at 4620 NW. 33rd

I sales- coffee brushes. Insurance .- parking all around our corner. 1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 3721537. a lovely fenced In back yard SALE BY OWNER TO SETTLE Court. T. D. Zetrouer, Phone
etc.. helpful. State experience Open 9 A.M. to P.M. each sacrifice 3 bedroom 2
I with pool and shuffleboard court. Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm. ESTATE 2 BR CCB house FR 6-3848.
I In first communication.Write week BEAUTIFULLY KEPT 2 bath home. Lovely location. bath. large Fla. room large liv- GREEN good Northwest location, HW
I watkins Products. I n c.. 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand Lovely acre wooded lots In excel- Good financing ready for oc ing room dining room, bUilt-In floors. kit. equipped, washing ----- -- -
659 West Peachtree SI., NE. AlI day.Drive screened porch. Large corner lent NW location. Restricted. cupancy. kitchen convenient to shopping machine air conditioner. FHA
lanta. 30308. lot. Immediate occupancy. Paved streets $3.950 and up. center and schools. Must see epproved, $10,500 monthly pay '
POSITION available for young man $11.500 FHA terms. See Dick Tradition 3 brm 3 bath home In to appreciate the value. No qual- NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. ments $42.35. Call 376-4463. Sunday : STEPHEN FOSTER
I Interested In advancement above Robinson. Finley area. A lot that has been ifying. Low down payment. Original and after 5 call 376 5823. :

I average salary while train I ng. Little RALPH A. FOSSEY. Realtor M. M. landscaped with loving care. See price 521.600, price now MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR HEIGHTSLocated
I Grow with the fastest growing a 11 W. Univ. Ave. 3761309UNLIKE this one. Good price good $18,84578. $500 down. LocatedIn HUGHEDWARDS home In Westmorland. Only $15-
southP h terms. nice NW section at 1321 NW 37th Place &
L company in the on e 000, with $700 down. It features : at N.W.
\ 372-3694 for Interview. I 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. Ig. floored attic Fla. rm.. 6th St. New brick homes under

POSITIONS now available for 14 Save LotLowest ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 I PARRISH GLADYS SMITH estab. lawn fenced back yard. & I construction. Pick your own
men In Gainesville area. Room a BR. 2 b. with tremendous screened FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW colors etc. VA & FHA Terms.

1 20i Baird Hardware Bldg. Apply 15 x 48 patio Is a dream & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. Realtor Palm Springs model. One of 12th Ave. or call 372-0089. I.
In the INC.
overhead Industry.
Sat. morning from to 12 distinguished subdivision huge lot. the best looking homes we've ever by
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like You'll enloy seeing It. Still time Wayne Hill Helen Graham Associates: Anna HInson built. Four bedrooms. 2 full
Noon to work and you benefit. LOOKto to pick your own colors. Cal Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish Virginia Power Caroline Noyes baths beautiful brick facade. North Central Florida's Largest Capitol Builders lac.
the future make a sound in 3723727. 19 NE First Street Tel. 3725375BY 1228 W. University Ave. excellent kitchen arrangement. Builder and Developer SUBURBANHEIGHTS N.W. 37th Place A 6th Strut
J 3-Help Male or Femilt vestment. See our top brand cjs Phone 372-5393 Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th
HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2 baths. OWNER Palm View Estates 3 $16.900. No money down, VA Call 3720361; or 3767781HOMES
torn made 12 WIDES at 1C St.
BR. 2 bath less than 1 yr. old.I FHA $800 down. Price Includes
Fla. rm., wall to wall carpet living only -
hours 10 AM to WIDES prices. 8 financing 374-7971 -
CASHIER needd. yr. Shaded lot.no BLACK ACRES
& VA
availahl_ LAI", Geneva Trailer room air condition. Phone FHA approved. fully sodded front lawn Gainesville's Newest
2 PM. Phone FR .-.S25 for Inter. -- '- Immediate neighbors. Phone lamp swim club member
372-5347 gas
372-2080.
Te. or PRICED TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 Prestige Address
view. Permanent position. Sorry Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile NEW HOME FOR SALE
of Keystone Heights. Open evenings bedrooms 2 baths hardwood ship. BY BUILDER Built for Those Who Desire .
students.
_no and Sunday. NEWLarge 3740734.REDFRANKS I' floors. central heat air-cond.: VILLAGE GREENBy 3 BR, 2 bath, central heat & air Only the Best.N. .
SANDWICH makers & counter girls units. electric range and drapes. A N.W. PI. ;
HUGH EDWARDS INC conditioning. May be seen by appointment W. 43rd 17th '
experienced all shifts. Alan' NORTHWESTTRAILER story home In new restricted REALESTATEMORE Lot 110 x 120' with shade trees. 2909 N. E. 15th St. 3300 NW 28th Ave. Built by Four of Gainesville's -
MR. SANDWICH SHOP across SALES residential area. Has 4 bedrooms 3125 W. Univ. Av FR 6-6427. 376-7971 Phone 376-2251. Leading Builders KJ." 'R'Y&
baths
2 upstairs living :
from Univ. Post Office. 2702 Waldo Road N.E. dining kitchen. family room. HOUSE FOR THE MONEY FRED MASONA.

WANTED male or female we have At Palm Lane 374-0505 study. & powder room down- 1800 sq. ft. of living area W. FLETCHER '
an Immediate opening for a motor stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. plus attached garage. Superior MACOMA HOMES _
route salesman carrier. I In Phone FR 2-8965. W. P. Ridge- CCB Construction 3 large bed.
W. P. RIDGWAY
the Brooker. Santa Fe area. Good WYATTTrailer way. rooms. 2 baths. Big Livingroor SERVICESHome Take your choice of over
entrance Over,
If have transportation with fireplace. :
earnings. you 90 beeutiful brick
own cover*'! p.tio. Nice yard. S16 I
& desire to run your ;
buui.ess with very little Inves SalesHome JWK Coo with choice of financing. Cal' Kingsbcrry homes

rnent please call Mr. Caputa. 4-0817.

Circulation Dept. 3728441. ext. ICS of 3728404ONLY CUSTOM BUILT and designed b' New Homesin $9,000 to $30,000
to 7.30 P.M. Pacemaker Mobile Homes I. local architect with ultra modern .: And Business

WANTED male baker also female Shasta and Alrstream $10,75000 will buy a nice Florida Living In mind:
clerk for Ken's Bakery. Apply Inperson. Travel Trailers three bedroom home. Conveniently Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area I
IS SW 2nd St. Oeala's First Mobile Home located In the Northeast this plus 3 car carport. Central heel 1 as little as
Dealer Since 1948 house can be handled for S350.00, & airconditioning. Dream kitchen NO MONEY DOWNon
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. nprezsal :Service UpholsteryUPI1OLTER
H-Sales Help Wanted plus prepaid insurance and witt unusual eating area WESTV1LLANW
Phone 4291358 approximately S67.00 per month. Striking entrance foyer & pal your lot
Ocala. Fla.SPECIAL. with new FHA financing. to Large lot in Libby Heights, FRED B_ ARNOLD your furniture at
CAREER minded salesman only. EASY to buy three bedroom. two Must be seen to be apprcciat. REALTOR reasonable prices. Call Sally. I
Guaranteed Income of $100 after Call 6-0817. REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Experienced FR -'811. 4241
bath house In University neighborhood ed. S35.000. Monthly payments
with 104 x 208 Lot far; mobile home 16th Ave.
opportunity
training period. .
short Owner will cooperate SERVICE _N W 13th Ter.Remodeling ,
to earn more. Excel. S1500. I Mile S. off Payne Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtol 111. W UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 oslowas
with qualified buyer In arrangIng -
for man who wants to Prairie. For appointment call
lent |lob
a down payment of $1.000 at 37th St. $56.00
FR 4-3052.
hard without constant supe 4-OJi:
work Phone
Central heat. Florida room. 7 N. E. 1st St. Bulldozing :
vision. Send resume including reason For Sale 1 BR air cond. furn. oak flors. for two Member Multiple Listing
for leaving last lob to Box trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent cars. and space built In kitchen I SMAlL bulldozer loader. dump DO YOU NEED. Florida room. ex. Several new homes readyfor

S7S-A c-o Gainesville Sun. condition. FR 29886 6-8 will delight you at $17. trucks fill dirt. lime rock. Topsoil tra room. more room roof work I immediate occupancy.
I AJA. and 4-12 P.M. 500. SERVICE CALLS $5 Phone 377-7844 or maybe a complete new home?
Female For a free estimate & WALTER STUBBSInc.
16 Work Wanted FEDERAL OVER AN ACRE In KIrkwood. GraCious Heating Air Conditioning guaranteed -
QUALITY & Refrigeration Service work. phone Carl C. JAMES
masonry home. central LandscapingLANDSCAPE THE CO.
FULL time maid work wanted. 5 HOMES INC. heat. two baths. three bedrooms ContractorAny Waters. 3721049.EXPERIENCED.

days a week. Phone FR 4-8149 4820 NW. 13th St. GaInesvilleFR PLUS another bedroom and make or model window CARPENTER 901 Waldo Rd.

to take 2-5113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. bath for guests a relative or units and household appli- SERVICE
EXPERIENCED woman I Paint and repair |Jobs performed by i Phone 372-2527
car. of child. Own transporta-- USED TRAILER Large living for a study. Large screened arvei. Also we clean heaters. Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock carpenter who loves his trade. Phone 376-5394
t ion. Phone 376-1120 after 5 II.M. room. rear kitchen two bedrooms porch. fireplace too. By Phone FR 2-5002 I of all kt'ds.CREVASSES NURSERY. I CALL FR 6.4907 I Evenings 372-6441
upstairs Ideal for Campus. Alsoa appointment only.
DAY'S WORK. Tuesday & Wedne travel trailer. 3744341. MOST attractive home for less Landscape Co. Builders of
day. Phone 3744912.ADVERTISE than $17.00000. Three bedrooms FR 6-2514 for free estimate. RoofingC. "We trade houses"HUSKWHAT i

1941 SPORTCRAFT travel trailer. two baths. NW and features J I I Kingsberry' Homes

IN THE Sleeps 6, excellent condition $690 Florida room. fireplace walled I FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Appliance Repair & Mortgage Broker L. HARRELl I
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cash. Can 6-7915.
SERVICE DIRECTORY patio. Occupancy after 60
Air Conditioning ContractorFor
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days. By appointment only. MORTGAGE MONEY all\ your roofing needs and repairs --- -. I

LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge- For top quality workmanshipcall SV* per cent interest. Terms to call us anytime.FR .
wood S-D at reasonable prices. 25 years. 4-7745
NOTICETo All Improvements paid. Little- 372-6142 A-l HANDYMAN SHOP BUY BUILD REFINANCECall McCOY'S .
wood-Westwood section. First tn air conditioning and Appliance
W.KIRKPATRICK GAINESVILLE repairs. We sell guaranteed Dan Byrd 376-3875 I Sewing Machine Repair
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UPHOLSTERY washers. refrigerators etc.s.R I MACOMA HOMES INC.
INSURANCE ISM N.W. 131.. St. I 40247Auto FHA and conventional at lowest CAU -SEWING MACHINE; StR.
All Customers Free Estimates-PKk up and current rates. Terms to 25 I VICE CO. 5wv:. University
Realtor delivery. Glass years. Will gladly discuss at no Ave. 376-1075. repair all In beautiful Suburban Heights westof NW 43ra St.
31 N. Main St. Phone FR 28414 obligation Call tomorrow. .Make1. Work fully guarantor.,
ASSOCIATESFlove -- J. W. KIRkPAIRICK. Realtor adi;.inUf city limit
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: DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES Inc. Mathiasen Irene Bunne AUTO GI ASS Is our only bustness. 31 N_ Main St. Ph. FR 2(494 SewingAlterationsDressmaking

Capt. :irkl"1J Reece USN Ret FREE ESTIMATES on Immediate Installation, FRED B. ARNOLD The Chormirvj fhe Livable
Levis Ben Griffin tree pickup & delivery. Add
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FURNACES and Quality REAl OR RANCHO
beauty & value to car. alterations and repair -
I cca-3 BR.2 bath 1275 sq. ft. MAUI DIN'S AU ro GI your ASS CO. FHA Af.D CONVENTIONALLOANS Opal Holder. 2780 SE Itm 3 bedrooms 2 baths 3 bedroom 2 both large

We as your Insurance agents, have made built living- In space oven hardwood& range floors paw-1 Central Air'Conditioners _32J:_ H.W. 6th St. FR 6-2533. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522Gt Ave. (FR 28424) study family room, living screened porch beautifulroom

handle claims street. F.HA financing. $450 down. dining room. oak family room, oak parquet
t special arrangements to your $8140 IncL taxes & Insurance. Auto Equipment ADYS Smith Realtor. FHA TELEVISIONPICTURE parquet floor drapes in- floors drapes included.
a vt conventional loans low
resulting from hurricane Dora in a prompt I Owner.W. 34th will Place.pay closing cost. 1445N rates. Terms to 25 years. 122 eluded. $30.000 10% $28,500 10% Down.

HYDRAUliC JACKS rebuilt a. W. Univ. Ave. 3725393.F. TUBE Repair Special. (] Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
and efficient SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. $t by 1eP.! excnangeo Repair kits for per Inch plus $10 to Install most
manner. I per mo. Immediate occupancy 3 Walker Jacks. Factory authorized H. A. & Conv. loan tube. 1 Year warranty. Special 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.

BR. 2 bath. central heat. convenient Best in equipment using Internally Walker Hydraulic Jack FORDYCE S. ASSOCIAIES. INC Reconditioned TV's from SJ3.
to shopping and schools. Insulated ducts. designed Service Agent. HUI L'S BRAKE REALTORS THE VARIETY STORE "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
Please Call 3722511We 4215 NW 21st Ter. SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. _'76 W. Unjy. 376-1236_
__: engineered and installed 1 S.E. 1st Ave. us give you on estimate on contracting your new
Main FR 3-1497
4 Technicians with M years ex-
NICEThree byALL Plumbing custom home.
AMERICAN HEATING periene Mall makes.ADVERTISE .
will be available 24 hrs. per day. bedroom 1 bath home with & AIR CONDITIONING CO. Sun Want Ads tWtR Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290

oak floor throughout. good condition PH. 376-8258 : iNSTALLED IN THE Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502
close to Uttiewood school. NEW & used fixtures complete'
Jack. DeYor T. Clayton Guynn $100 down. SIt monthly including 19M NE 23rd Blvd. plumbing service "BIG" JIM Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.

taxes & Insurance. Phone FR I 24 Hear Service Get Results HUGUI EY Gainesville Plum ERVICE DIRECTORY I _

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48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 Household Goods 66 Muc For SaU. 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc .For Sale. 66 Misc. For Sale _-
I 2 EXECUTIVE
2 BR house lor lease. $125i FOR-SALE,-5 hot water tanks. 30 NEW Men's English bylleracer5speeds. HERMES portable typewrtier S25. SMALL chest type home freezer, FOR SALE gray' frize davenport I
mo. Located at 815 NW 20th St. gaL with gas heater attached also fenders lights. and car Lady Kenmore dishwasher sao; excellent condition. $50. Phone & chair; 2 sliding closet doors. HOMES
Contact owner at 905 NW 20th St. 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete rier. $45. Can be seen at 908 Cartop carrier S3; dinette & 4 374-0873. 3' X 6' ..' with the hardware.
with gauges. 2 crane shal- SW 7th Ave.' chairs $15. FR 6-7648. Phone 372-0056. 4-BEDROOM-2-B
THE TIME IS NOW. 4 Bedroom 2. bath living room low well Inquire Lewis 1 girrs blue winter coat, size 6, .Enclosed Swimming Pool
dining room combination. Large Jewelry Co.TAG.pumps. GE push button elec. range. Has WE WANT TO buy late model used 15; 1 girl's car coat size 6, $4; 67 Posts Family Room
house and yard. Kincaid Rd. timer and deep welL Paid $269. refrigerators. Exceptionally High 1 boy's gray winter coat size 5. Trading Built-In Kitchen
Southeast Section. Call FR 22648. APPLIANCES Excellent condition. Will taKe J??. trade-ins now given.WILSON'S $_ All like new. 3831 SE 12th Laundry Room
St. 3763744.BARBIE WILL trade good 14 foot fiber. .
Gibson 1 ton air cond. EXCHANGE
CCB house cent Tested and Guaranteed not a WaU. -Wall Carpet
3 BR 1 bath glass boat for car even
heat stove walking distance Llttlewood. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up year old. Just like new. sold for 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479. type doll clothes, many trade or boot If your warranted. FR Dressing Room

Do.You Have A Room ApartmentOr Westwood. $120 m r. 9 Ranges from $39 up $299.N.E. 11th Will Ave.take or$125.call See FR at 25047.105 NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers original styles. Priced lower 2-8181 Central Heat Air Cond.
17 Washers from $19 upI than commercial also Little Sister
Avail. end of Sept. 610 NW 35th edgers. tampers. light -
beautiful -
In
Both Homes located
Te,. Phone 376-1374 Dryers from $49 up INGER "600" TOUCH AND SEWNewest plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs Styles. 372-6512. 73 Musical Merchandise
2 Food-Freezers from $99 up high dry wooded area with
House to Rent? model 1964 touch and sew. & Stratton new and used motors SPORTS before
your eyes on water and
from streets
2 Dishwashers $49 up paved city
automatic
49 Rooms For Rent fully zig zag slant Rental. sales and service.
your new carpet remove them
10 TV Sets from $35 up needle. All built-in designs. buttonholes Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE with Blue Lustre. Rent electric PRACTICE -PIANOS I
CO.
JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE sews on buttons. blind 16th Ave. Phone 37-34l1a Upright pianos $95 and up sewer.FRED
PRIVATE room with private entrance '19 NW Sth Ave.Ph. 377-5?" shampooer $1. McDamell Furn. MASON,
and private bath. Off hems does everything. Sold for PIANO $100. Sofa bed and rock- Co., Gainesville Shopping Center. Used spinet pianos $495 and up
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS street parking. 372-6414. over 349. assume payments ofS10.50. e$35.. Desk Used organs. $795 and up. BUILDERFR
vacancy $7. Misc.
DISCOUNTPRICES baby BEDROOM set" 9 piece J250 or I
Call Credit Manager 372- GRIDLEY MUSIC COMPANY 2434 FR J-J181
Clothes &
PRIVATE entrance share bath. 7680. furn. Stroller S10. bathi- chest $50 bureau $70 bed $45.
downtown location. $40 per mo. neite $3, car bed $3. FR 64881. vanity $15 chair $15 vanity Gainesville Shopping Center
YOU MORE than the ud that will rent QUAILS for sale. Live FR 25353. I
I Phone 372-0481. for appf tosee._ or dressed. USED vacuum cleaners $15 & bench 57. night table $15. mir -
Phone 481-2674. rors 2 for $35,' bed chaise $25
it 50 Mobile Homes We undersell everybody. SINGER AUTOMATIC up see at some 712 like N. Main.new. Call 67110 or floor lamp $10 wing chair $30 9
X 12 grey rug $25 9 X 17 rug
HENDRIX Twin needle zig zag In beautifulnew REPOSSESSEDStyle $30 with pads. hall runners grey
UR trailer no pets. no children. mahogany desk. Sacrifice.
white sisal 32
FURNITURE CO. and feet for SI2-
3037 SW Archer Rd. 372-5633. Mate Singer Like -
Original price over $300 balance
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. $152 or payments of $894 per new, nothing to buy to Zig Zag 372-4158.Draperies and other Items. Phone S
51-A Wanted To Rent -burner[ Kenmore electric hotplate month. Machine does all fancy applique monogram fancy stllch-
white enamel new. $20. single and double needle designs, es. button holes. darns mends. MAPLE twin beds youth mattress
EVERY DAY until it is rented : BUSINESS WOMAN desires 10-inch G.E. oscillating fan. .... I button holes. zig zag atlchlng, etc. Assume Small payments of S7JO like new. Mahogany bedr o o m 1
per me. balance. Mlkell's
FR 2-1137 after 6 p.m. etc. Mlkell's Sewing Machine set. clean Innerspring mattress. Colonial CharmComes
fum. Box 579-A c/o Sewing Machine Service.
apt. Service 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 815 W. box springs. Phone 376-0223.
Gainesville Sun. GAS range. 30" Kenmore with Univ. FR 8-1355.
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS luxury features like new reducedto t-1355. SPECIAL
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188. Phone 3762636.THREEQUARTER ALUMINUM awnings, 10 x 30. FOR SALE Jacobson reel type 30' high T.V. mast. All channel
54 Business Rentals $125. Edgar U Wight. Jr. 462- lawn mower like new $70. For T.V. antennas. 50" antenna wire.
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day bed with box 1194. Information call 376-4528. 75' guy wire mounting bracket.
Large commercial building for r nt.Coll. springs and mattress. $25. Phone GENERAL ELECTRIC 10 cu. ft. refrigerator Stand offs everything you
Fordyce 376-1236. 372-9720. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew 6 yrs. old. $SO or reasonable need.
$50 . $1.66 day
per mo. per offer. Only $18.95Also
GE electric range. excellent condi and Used $60 Phone 372-5108. to Northwest Gainesvilleat
SMALL warehouse for rent. tion. 25. Pair of water skis $10. Complete line of photo supplies 1 drill press on floor stand with channel master "Econo Kit"
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day DAN BYRD Call after 5:30 P.M. 37 672. FULLER'S FOTO INC. motoris attachment; ." table saw 512.WilLIAMS
61' W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 SERVICE CENTER
376-8268. 6"
1962 KENMORE range excellent lointer; sm. shaper with Ig.
$60 per mo. $2.00 per day FOR LEASE ft. condition. $100. Call 372-3451 aft- TRADE your costly to operate box of bits; 12 boat; 3 h.p. Hawthorne .Rd. 3723927
10,000 store
sq. ELECTRIC water heater, Johnson kicker. All for $200. 1203
er 5 P M and FOR SALE one J. C. Higglns tent ESTATESN.W.
building w. Univ.
Ave. Price $800 VIEW
Call Hershall! $48 for a new glasslined GAS SE 24th Ave. See after 4:30 P.M. sleeps 8. 4 cots, all for $75 cash.: PALM
$65 mo. . $2.16 day per mo. Haynes water heater. Much hot Cecil H.
per per FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mlzell. FR 66 Misc .For Sale. more CHRISTMAS NEARI Call Harper. KeystoneHts.
-7SS1.LARGE. water at about half the cost with Start making gifts now. Ph. 473-4519 after 6 P.M. or
your
$70 per mo. _ $2.33 per day Shop building. Long term PLAYPEN, port-a-crib; high chair OUR ARCHER LP ROAD.GAS.FR PROPANE.6-S110. Closed Classes Thurs.every Night day from classes.ELLA'S 8-5.. no Saturdays. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive
lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th buggy. and other baby fur n;

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day Ave. FR 6-5568. Chairs floor lamp night, rugs.stand.Iron book camera case, T-V double antennas.stack $3$1X00 single complete stack kit.$7 2145 E. Univ.CERAMICS FR 6-5568 New Brick Homesby A limited number of brick front fully
SMALL business or office located Jim Voyles 419 NW SIN Ave.
space
condition. Priced
etc. All In good
In ONE carriage play pen & car air conditioned colonials are now under con-
$80 per mo $2.66 per day Ave.1600 For block West Information University Vi to 1-3 new price. Call FR DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY bed $5 ea. 2 Infant seats $3 ea.
more
6-7951. CaU Builder struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA,
phone FR 6-3012. Chairs low as $8. No money 372-6258. 836 NW 11th Ave.

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE NEW furniture purchased. Will sell down low as SS per month. CHAIRS. dining-desk use, 4 contour 3 & 4 bedrooms, built-in kitchen FHA Conventional financing. For information
space call John Merrill. Realtor. old Sunday School turn and Free estimates pickup and delivery shape walnut finish, $6.50 ea. Al- equipment ten. heat. VA no 376-7971.!
benches Phone 372-1329.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day 372-1"4. cheap. --- teed. Phone service.376-7786.All work guaran so ea. 2 372-3481.elec. hassock-type fans. $8 down payment. FHA from $700 I

TRAILER for rent $40 per mo. -. u____ ______.__..____h_ _uumu down-no closing costs.
56 Business OpportunitiesMONEY Roll a way bed $5 all steel 111IIAlllIIRIIIIIIIIHIIIUUUIIIIIIIII! / !
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day pontoon boat for .dice $350. r- = Capital Builders Inc. HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
MAKER Neighborhood Pie :'729838.BICYCLE N.W. 37th Place ath Street ,

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day grocery now grossing over $60- 26-Inch J. C. Higgins OPEN HOUSE DAILY
000 per year should do better. COMPARE! I Builder-Developer
(boy's). Well kept. Phone FR 2- i
PRICE of $45,000 includes:: business 1317. Call 372-OU1 or 374-7781.
store building. inventory, i
PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heat- FOR SALE or TRADE for deepfreeze =
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR ed residence plus another house 20,000 BTU air cond.. used THESE HOME VALUES i
for rental plus space for 6 to 5 mos. 10 Cu. ft.. GE rfng..
7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE.Call excellent condition. Wardr o be.
practically new, 6x2x3W. Phone I BEFORE YOU BUY ISAVEl
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS REDFRANKS REALESTATE 372-7062. More People Have Bought
7 N. E.
1st St. Phone 376-0817 II
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FOR SALE White Acre peas nice The following are now under
RESTAURANTNew greens for freezer. Phone 472-2092, F1 construction and will be ready
seats 56, fully equipped. Will Newberry. Florida. I for occupancy soonI Hugh Edwards Inc. Homes
lease by month or on percen-I HOTPOINT refrigerator with freez ,
age. Contact Holiday Motel Bron- : summn=nsms==uwmil1Bfl1/
ing. Good condition $75. Call 372-

38 Real Estated Wanted 44 Cottages for Rent son, Fla. 2152. RIIIIJ1tIIIIIIIILmIIIIIIIIIfIII g In Northcentral Florida Since

59 Money Wanted G. E. automatic washer In excel. 3310 N.W. 30th PI. I
LISTINGS WANTED SANTA FE LAKE. cottages. CCB, lent condition. Call FR 2-9773. 3 BR 2 bath, $600 dn. $87 = I '
Have buyers waiting for farms 1 & 2 bedroom. 1-2 bedroom trail WANT to borrow $3.500 E xTi a WHY PAY 2 PRICES? The following Is ready for per month. 1945 Because Recognize
They
and small acreage. er. 15 miles from city. Phone Security. Write Box 577-A. care ON a 1964 model. Select-0-Mat- Ii occupancy.
CALL _Waldo 468-1129. of Gainesville Sun. le Zig Zag sewing machine. Whenwe E 4120 & 4121

Angle! Real EstateC. have a repossessed like new. 3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr.
45 Furnished stitches. buttonholes VALUE
Apti. that does all fancy TRUE
61 Wanted
to Buy g 3 BR. 2 bath $500 dn.. $81
L. Angle. Broker applique. over casting. 4 BR 2V4 baths 1.990 dn..
O. J. Angle. Associate 1322 N. W. 12th Street. $60 per sews on buttons. monograms, $165 per mo. per month. g
4404_NW 13th St. 376-6927 month. Call FR 6-6678 after P.M. CASH for your used appliances. etc. Responsible party can as- '
furniture. clothing etc. Call Williams sume five payments at $780 or 4119 & 4127 I 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
Service
41 Residential Income EFFICIENCY month. Phone APARTMENTS.466-3448.:: $50 Rd. 372-3937. Center. Hawthorne pay balance of $35. For Information e 1llllIIIIIIJaiIaaIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIII N.W. 19th Dr. 5I
call 372-7680 and ask for 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn.,
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- CLEAN 1 bedroom apartment COINS WANTED Mr. Parker. ___ month.
per
lolning rental property. 200 ft. across from Campus. couples on All U.S. and foreign silver 2 MOS. OLD gas stove with grill I Norwood $741 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO
frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd ly. Call 3722830 for details. dollars proof sets and 1955 125. Convertible sofa hlde-a-bed
Ave. Will sell together or sepa- half dollars. like new $45. Phone 372-6848. img=mnuinnms=IlIIiltmDllll1IIIIUIIIIIII
rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 47 Houses for Rent Furn. REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP I
4752. 809 W. University Ave. I Hope ALL OUR HOMES ARE

BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMEIn THREE bedroom 2 bath house on i WANTED V size violin In good I OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 39 MONEY DOWN 4
the heart of Gainesville. Now Silver Lake near Keystone. condition call 376-7438 after 5:00 II "H" Inc. SEEING ANYTIME IF S
has excellent Income. Could easIly P.M. YOU WILL JUST CALL.
376-2615. |
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be restored. Will consider KINGSBERRYHOMES \ ( green
suburban property or acreage in 4 BR home. perfect for male stu- 64 Household Good I We Trade Homes V A Village \f
S.E. 4th STREET |
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trade. 376-096 dents. Room for up to I boys. :
Call John Baldwin FR 6-4201 or I or Property FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989
GE 4-burner range, perfect condition LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS Edwards Inc.
FR 64405.
by Hugh
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42 Forms & Acrcoso $50. Gate-leg dining table 5 ,
SANTA FE LAKE. CCB cottages. blond finish suit. for trailer. The Regency 3 BR. lJHI nBiintnniiiiiiiiBiiiiniiiiffiiiiffliniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii l niiinnHiHtta 376-7971

80 ACRES modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two FR 2-0982. 2-bath, entrance foyer,
bedroom. avail. Sept. 8. Phone
South of Newberry and West of _GR 5-5375 Melrose. FREE WESTINGHOUSE sewing DR. LR. family room,
US 41. nicely rolling. with beau- machine walnut cabinet attach:: double central fro k
carport. Priced from
tiful large trees. Partly cleared 2 bedrooms CB.. house fur. on ments. $45 platform rocker $10 $13,900-7,250 0 0 0
suitable for pasture or farm- Swan Lake. $65 Mo. Also Small child's desk & chair $15. FR heat. GE kitchen full
Ing. Several lovely home sites. 1 Br.. house $45 Mo. Call FR 2- 6-6650. brick, on a large lot. 1736
Only $120 acre. Half cash _8352 or GR S-5220 Melrose. Sodded Lawns
per S
Ave. 19000.
SOFA N.W. 39th 0 0
plus new slip covers
and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP. 3 BR turn house. Couple. 1731 NW I ; 1ij1" \
REALTOR. NEWBERRY. 55th Ter. From 2:30 to 5:30 at'' $95. FR 6-3449. 10% down $122.00 per I 9 Swim Club j

house or FR 2-3380 from 7:30 to CLEAN. used refrigerators for sele. month. ,2x ::4q .
Air Cond.
180 acres. 60 acres In permanent 1030. Phone 372-5002. C Optional _ _ _
pasture. plenty of .water. fenced COMPLETELY furnished home off FOR SALE 30" C Colonials N.W..S11UT _
gas range In excellent -
and cross fenced Vj mile road :11. -
SE 35th St.
frontage. $165 an acre. FR 26626.EXCEPTIONALLY. on 17 acres. Quiet. broiler condition.& storage 4 space.burners$40 oven or The Powell 3 ER. 1 Vi Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street
80 acres suitable for cutting Into
smaller tracts. Good Investment.Call good2 bedroom best offer 376-8775. bath, oak floors, carport,

Fordyce 376-1236. 2 bath lakefront home. 35 central heat dill brick on --------- -- ---
12 Acres W. of town paved road. min. to only University. 3727658. weekdays 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In a nice wooded lot. 1514

$680000 SHADOWLAWN N.W. 34th PI. $14,000, -
20$12,50000 Acres W. of town paved road 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. ESTATESF. $500 down, $36.49 per I

See our Ad for Ranchettes under D. OLIVER month. HOUSE HUNTING!
LOTS 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. stove and refrigerator OFFERING \
Net price reduced curtains and blinds. Individual Styles For You I

Mary Moeller, $125. Convenient per me. Immediate to schools occupancy. and S Well planned living areas offered I Your Dream of
shopping. 4215 NW 21st Ter. S Quality material & work. Built and by
Realtor manship CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY

1019 W. University FR 6-4471 UNFURNISHED per mo. Unfurnished 3 BR home 2 BR $110$60 proud A community to live In you would be THE JAMES CO. i I a New Home I

per mo. Call 376-7466.

43 Colored Property 7 ROOM. 2 story 3 BR, IVi baths. Drive Ave. past West the Glen on N Spring.W. 39th In Phone 372-2527 office Can Come True I I'L FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825The

HOMES FOR SALE $13000 per mo. Garage. 555 NE tersection. See sign on left. Phone 372-6441 horn.Gainesville's Jat

2 & 3 bedrooms. SE.14th St. & .7th Ave. GR 5-5032. I FR 20866. brick-front Riviera is the star of our new models.
7th Ave. Small down payment. THREE bedroom. 2 bath house
monthly payments $57 to $65. with Fla. room. built In range. I ------ Terrazzo floors, shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central

Also homes built on your lot N.W. Section. $120 per mo. Phone newest and most

with no down payment. Ph. 468-1177. Waldo. ;r luxurious apartment building . natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all

FR 2-4125. 2 BR. kitchen turn. $8250 per mo.
services.
New Quality Hugh Eowards built I 24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. ,,,fi LAKESHORE city
home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. I Contact Ward at 372-3289 or 2- Court ManorAll
As low as $43. per month with 6885. Highland THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE
termsto ; TOWERS
will
$2,000 down or arrange
1 BR. 1 bath $150. 1937 NW 2nd
suit Street.buyer. Located 643 NE15th Ave. Phone 376-3401. MODELS AT $14,500.

Hugh Edwards. Inc. THREE bedroom house with stove NOW !LEASING Highland Court Manor homes are
Phone 376-7971 and refrigerator furnished. Avai FRONT
LOTSI able last of Sept. 1311 N.E.. 14th built to VA and FHA standards provid- THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK
Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese-
am Interested In buying several Call man Realty. FR 6-2472. ing you the opportunity for long-term, MODERNAIRE MODELS $14,350
the price.
lots at right
37J-4175 low-rate financing. Payments start at only

RENTALS TOP EXECUTIVE & $79.34 per month, including insuranceand THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA
43-1 COLORED PROFESSIONAL CLASS
taxes. Why not see our many models
CUSTOM MODELS $13,000.
NOW RENTING THE BUILT UNIQUE HOME OFGAINESVILLE today? There's one within your reach -

COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex -
apartments. large living and C FHA and VA C Walk to elementaryand
dining area modern kitchen with 0 Jamaica-style pace setter -
fan. large storage closets. terrazzo living room / 14 New Models junior highC
floors. tile baths. space heater Forty foot Florida room From $400 down
and hot water heater. faclll Luxurious master suite with
ties for washing machines. and walk-in closets-dressing $13,400 to $18,200 C Better living andFrom
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th room; built-in vanity wall -
Ter. or call for appointment 372- and shoe closet $79 per month resale value.

5321 or 372-5322. Fabulous kitchen. breakfast.

44 Cottages for Rent utility room and workshoparea f V Nothing Down VAS Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street, turn

Twenty-six foot closet wall LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE: left and follow to Fernwood Manor.
I BR lake cottage on Lake WInnot Guest suite with sunken tub signs
lake privileges. For Information to Paneled library with fireplace Swimming Pool S Recreation Room ($100 Closing Costs)

see call 372-0481. Acres of Picnic Grounds Central HeatS Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire

ADVERTISE IN THE Two landscaped patios 1 Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
SERVICE DIRECTORY acre lot In most select I S Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute

neighborhood Paved Parking Areas S Lighted Sidewalks / From $79.34 Per Mo. T VIEW ESTATES LUXURY HOMES
I Scads of sky light so houseIs PALM
ADMIRE 3 Elevators I
I csheerful even In gloomy ( Insurance Taxes) FROM$16,000UP
THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN weather Including I PRICED
This house Is Ideal l for PHONE 376-4456
WIMBERLY ESTATES lavish or casual entertaining

I Never have you seen so FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Night 6-9048
Uoyd Myrkk IIdr.I much cabinet and drawer Daily 2-9545
Offering more quality space under one roof. (24 Hour Service) KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales

I for less Three-car garage. Total SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
moneyW
square roof footage 6.000 under 2305 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441 Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr. I BUTLER BROTHERS BUILDERS
36tft Ter. off NW. 39th
Happy to show by appointmentonly.
I Ave. Open Sundays at 2.00 or Butler Bros. BUILDERS Phone 372.3471

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Musical Merchandiser 85 Automobiles for Salt Automobiles.. for Sale -

WILL ..- fo rMponsibIt party 19U vw Deluxe Micro.- bus split 62 CORVAIR 700. 2-door coupe. .
.choice of four spinet or console seat, red &white, 50 HP,'excel- Sacrifice.UBS.376-3511: MORE l : :
pianos. Pick up payments of Wur. lent condition private party. 12,- FORD AUTOMOBILESON
54. AT R&H. New
litzer tires
Spinet Plane trade backsave 395. Call FR 2-4281 weekends and "
stat
new covers. good transportation -
$220. Wurlifier Organ with weekdays after 4 P.M. Priced. right. Phone FR J- s
round,L motion have pick up payments MUST SELL 3357. ( p- FORDTOWN IS
we a piano to fit ,
J' any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO.. 1960 Rnauit Dalphine excellent 1955 Plymouth, automatic trans
. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3760031. condition. Black. R & H. S400. mission.( (U5-Call FR 2-77H.
Reda 1414 NW 3rd PL BACK PAGEValue
SPINET Planes (new) beginning at 'S7 Ford Country Sedan, ? o ssen- I HAVING ITS J't /
41 Chevrolet parkwood with
S495. Rebuilt small Grand Piano. wagon ger Cream Puff. AT R & H. a
MM. Also another truck load of air. Wholesale.' STUDENT SPECIAL steil at any price. Phone FR 2-
those fine factory rebuilt pianos 54 Plymouth perfect cond 3358.
43,000 sworn to miles. S39S.PhoneFR
fully guaranteed arrived today. GOING OVERSEAS sell '44 VW.
We Invite you to visit- us for all 4-4405. Radio, tral'er hitch luggage rack I
your musical needs. 1957 Cross country Rambler station Best ester ever $1,550. F* 2 I9J.:
LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE wagon. excellent condition. $500.I 1964 :3Is'
112 SE 1st Street Call FR 4-1950. VOLKSWAGEN 1943 Have two Rated
need one. One has air cond.
PIANOS & ORGANS
t $1500 each, will sell either. FR
NEW & USED ,CLEAN Cadillac for sale by own- 2-7255. Used Cars :
Back: to school special sale on pi er. Call 374-3971 any time. Rea- SALE
anos. Exclusive dealer for See- I sonable. 1962 FAIRLANE Sports Coupe. BS. B&G MOTOR CO.
burg organs. i 40 VALIANT A.T. r & 4 dr.. AT R&H. 5.000 miles Since
J GAINESVILLE MUSIC CENTER V-200. black XeIO edh& white overhauled. Asking S200 equity. Cadillac Oldsmobile
373-5421 1025 W. Univ. Ave. Interior. Looks $1300 total price. FR 4-5472 or NW .
sharp good mechanical 2C01 13th St.A&WAlI
VIOLIN full size good condition condition. Call 372-5424. come by 1810 NW 6th St.
$45. Phone 372.3117. COMETSMERCURYSUSED
I 1943 PLYMOUTH station wagon. 4 87 Automobiles Wanter SELL. OUT i
.. ,
t Automotive dr. VA T radio heater power
steering like new. A bargainat CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords
J1950. Call 372-9407 before 5:30 & Chevrolet AI Herndon ServIce -il I
t 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE ; P.M. or 372-3251 after 5:30 PM. Station. 914 SE 4th St. CARS -

a
I FOR SALE'a ton Chevrolet
i pick-up truck In good mechanical .
condition. SI75. cash. Ills NE
; CRANE 'i
LINCOLN-MERCURY r
13th PL 372-4475. J :
: GREAT DAN TRAILERS INC. SALE .
I Factory Branch 506 E. University FR 6-2425 .
3160 West Beaver Street lit'}
Jacksonville Phone 387-3541 Fla. PUBLICNOTICE 516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251 J. :

I selection of ex .
Wceptlonaity clean used trai I ers- .,'. .
Flats Vans. Reefers. Deep'FrHZ' \ "
.. ..
1t
and Tanks completely re U
conditioned. '64 VOLKSWAGENDeluxe .Ilt: : Save po.
.a.. .
,
83 Motorcycles & Scooter top windows Microbus radio,sunroof heater,,with and CLEARANCEOF .:.j.aM :
Hat ,
other accessories. Only 3,000 : On Brass
1964 ALLSTATE scooter. S mos. -
miles like
new 50 BHP. .
old. Must sacrifice. $36f new. Now OLDER LOW-PRICE CARS 3.
MS. Call 372-4407. $269563
.. Executive" Cars! ; :
84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR PONTIAC -
AS IS
SOLD .
Tempest LeMans, air condI- : l
.1.I
CONDITIONING. Tune -up tioned, white with red top, 4 "
Special SJJO: for performance '
:
test. AH makes and models. speed transmission. 'Cadillac sedan, has bad motor$295 Leader -
Due To From The
of Chrysler built .Cln. HoesI $1895 Buy -
I Powers Motor Co., Ar! Conditioning '56 Cadillac DeVille air .
Servicing Center. 204 N. coupe
63 VOLKSWAGENRuby
Main St.. Phone FR 2-254U I2U5.1 I LABOR DAY Weekend, red clean conditioned, OK . . $395 ; SHAW & KEETER :7a .i :
SPECIAL auto painting
Auto repair.tuneup. .k $1495 '55 Cadillac sedan . . ... $199 f ...
Miller& Sons -
737 NW 1st St. 378-Tm andHURRICANE '62 VOLKSWAGENPearl .
58 Olds 88" sedan, ,excellent .
white radio WSW extra
85 Automobiles for Sal nice. motor . . . . $395 .
i; 1940 Plymouth Savoy... cylinder DORA $1295 r..
j, four door standard transmission 58 Olds rr88rrr needs paint . $350 .
,with heater best offer overt 61 VOLKSWAGENBeryl At.r. .
MOO.9th Ave.Call '372-144_ 1106 N. E. We Are Running green, radio. '57 Olds convertible . . $200 ..

t 43 OLDS Jettlre. fad air, turbo $995 '57 Olds sedan, air conditioned, .

charged NW Pierson.4th,Ave.FR 4 speed 2-1743 or loaded.see at John-1122 Behind In Sales Of '60 VOLKSWAGENMango looks good $395 ...

'55 CHEVROLET. IW. Rough but green clean.$1095 '57 Olds, hardtop coupe . .. $200 .

dependable.5552 after S R weekdays t H. Call anytimeSat. 374- Our '64 Models!! '55 Olds, 2-door, weak motor and

& Sun. 59 ,VOLKSWAGENSunroof radio heater black. transmission . .. $50 r Golaxie 500 XL- A'6r- :

'60 tend Priced SUNBEAM* one right.owner Call Alpine,FR many 4-7124.excellent extras. We Must Make Room $895 '54 Chevrolet sedan, weak trans- 63 FO'RD matic hardtop PS, ,R&H.AC white.Cruiseo- t2245

.'64 VOLKSWAGENPickup mission . . . .. $50 ..
CADILLAC 1955 red convertible For The '65's like new, radio. 1
fully powered with new top. $200.Se 58 Chevrolet V8 runs good $250

S. Main at Tenneco& 4th Aye.Stat. corner_of. $1750 '58 Ford, hardtop, coupe V8 $395 Full :
landau
Hardtop
t I '60 BONNEVILLE condition. $1450., loaded, excellent -- Now Is The Time To Kombt 62 ,VOLKSWAGEN extra clean. '58 Ford, 2-door sedan, 6-cyl., 63 T-BIRD power and air cond. Extra S3395

.
Phone 376-8687. $1395 automatic transmission $395 clean.FA nr

'55 CHEVROLET, standard transmission Make That Deal- $395
4 cylinder. Perfect condition 57 Ford station wagon. runs good
Call 372-4438. 1115 NW 7th '58 Pontiac reduced $295

PL Our Loss Your GainWe're Galaxie 4-dr. V-8. R&H. t
Miller sedan $295
1962 VW privately owned. excellent 56 Pontiac, hardtop -?1195
with standard trans.. d ark
loaded .x-
tras. condition Call 372.5151 after 5 PM. '58 Hillman . . . . $295 orUKu blue
1957 FORD convertible new toP., Open For Brown
excellent condition. Phone F%
t I 4-9648. USED B&G MOTOR CO.
rl 154 FORD Falrlane 4 door one Business & 1030 E.
<
one.. Excellent! condition: for Univ. CARS Galaxie 2- r. v-a, RGH
I age Call 372.1703 alter *3Q P.M.I FR 2-3582 Ave. 2001 N.W. 13th St. FR 6.7515 O/ rUKUFflDH' Cruseomatlc, AC, yellow 1395

1744 Daytona CORVAIR blue Spider radio, convertible heater, 4 Ready To Deal! and white.
speed transmission wire wheel
I covers bucket seats. 4.000 miles.
Take over payments. Phone 374-
,. 4339 or 372774. See our ad back page this section
'64 BELAIR. $325 down will consider RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. Galaxie 4-dr.V.S. R&H, 4 JACI
r older car. Call FR 2-8054 62
after 5:30. UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET VlVlr I 7 JDl
COM PS. blue &: white. "f
: GALAXIE XL SOO. 404
62 meter. ANNOUNCES FOR THE FIRST TIME
I,_ new ww tires. 4 on floor
new.12100. Phone 372-51s.
I I 19 54 CHEVROLET, priced high but
worth It. $395. Original owner. WE WILL: SELL ALL NEW 1964 r
Phone 3722895. __ VM 4-dr. sta. wagon v-8:

SERVICE ADVERTISE DIRECTORY IN THE B&G MOTOR CO., Inc. RAMBLERS 62 r I P r as: trans., heater, light S1145


OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC


k TROPICALPONTIAC VALUE RATED USED CARS '62 CHEV : :::: wagon' v.s, $1495

I 63. CADILLAC Sedan Deville, air $ .
8th An.
302 N.W. .4595 OJo
FR 2-2583 conditioned,a truly fine car .

--- --- '61 CADILLAC Sedan Deville air conditioned 4 '

'62 BUICK LeSabn 4 door a very fine buy, prestige, comfort, 61 1 YOLKS Conv., R&H. yellow withblack ; S895

sedan Iteerlng automatic power transmission brakes, quality i and safety of a $2795 top.

radio.power heater air conditioned. big car ... . . . .
low miles. ,.. .

MELTON MOTORS '62 OLDS "98" sedan, air conditioned -

701 N. MAIN ST. fR a-7S71 loaded, luxury model. $2395 Galaxie l i 4-dr., V-8.
__ ABOVE' OUR COST 61 FORD S995
'60 OLDS "98" holiday sedan, air $' 4QC COM, R&H. PS. AC.

'POOLEGABLEMOTORS conditioned,very smooth. I f

'59 OLDS 88" hardtop coupe, $QQC r

DODGE-DART TRUCKS power steering. . . . / /J 00FINANCING AI FORD 4-dr., V-8. R&H. COM. S895

lit SE Ut Ave. 372-4343 '59 BUICK hardtop coupe, $995

air conditioned. _ . .

FOR THE CORRECT '63 CHEVY II Nova sedan, XL 500, ,

TIME in factory warranty. . . $1795 60 FORD rr' $795
FR 2-1411 R&H, AC

Courtesy Of '60 CHEVROLET Impala Hardtop $1295

University ChevroletN. sedan, V-8, power steering. .

.Main St.at 16th Ave. '61 FORD Galaxie sedan, air conditioned $j OQP l 60 f HFV 4-dr., v"8, PG, hooter. $70 C

I exceptionally nice. 0/D VI 1L W S and AC, solid white. j 7 J

BARKLEYMOTORS I
'60 FORD 2. door sedan,

standard shift. . . $595 Available on all New & Executive Driven 1964 Ramblers.

"IN THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S '62 CROWN IMPERIAL hardtop $2995 ONLY FIVE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN '59 MERC.2dr.: .hardtop, full power S645

THE NAME"- sedan, air conditioned luxury. AC
2201 N. Main St. RAMBLERSLEFT

FR 2-4373 '64 PONTIAC Carolina. hardtop $nnor 4 WITH AIR CONDITIONINGALL

sedan,air conditioned. . OI j D '
GAINESVILLEAUTO 4-dr. 6 cyl., R&H.
58 PLYM.

1007 N. Mal.SALES St. '62 VOLVO seats air 1225 conditioned.sedan, bucket. . $1 I DVD USED CAR PRICES SLASHED standard trans. .'. $1. 95


Phone FR 2.6313 WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR THE
Northeentral Florida'sLargest A GOOD SELECTION OF NEW 1964 CARS r

Independent Dealer .. AT END OF MODEL, SAVINGS 1965 RAMBLERS 56 CH EY. 2-dr.standard Ita..r6". $195


I STATION WAGONS -
.

1964 ? : RIDGWAY'S CAN SELL FOR LESS '

'63_ BUICK, air conditioned.. ? . 3195 r61 (ORV. -, -. floor shift. $845

BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED white. ,
FORD
$i .
'60 CHEVROLET, standard shift. 095
JUST ACROSS THE TRACKS
i .. .. .
BEFORE YOU BUY ANY CAR ANYWHERE
$1
CLEARANCE -
'61 RAMBLER, 6 cyl. .. :. :. ; 1095 WHERE OVERHEAD IS LOWERSEE -

CHECK WITH
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SALE '59 ,PLYMOUTH, V-8. .-t. .,; .,,_ ,. 695.
OUR BIG SELECTION OF NO MONEY DOWN CARS


SHAW : 'SI FALCON .. :.'-.':. :. .'&i;%"... .$1095$ AT Shaw & t Keeter's"FORDTOWN"


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'60 FORD, standard shift. . ... 795 6

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RIDGWAYMOTOR
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KEETER '61 PLYMOUTH: 9 .P
Hurricane or Flood Damaged Car* "For Sale at .


1 i 238 W. University B&G MOTOR CO. CO. OPEN TIL 9 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY


1 Phone.. FR 6-5371 2001 N.W..13th St. FR 6-7515 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 238 W. University Ave. FR! 65371J .


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for the '65 models on the way! Highest trade-in allowancesof

the year. Your present car will never be worth more. All '64 CALL FOR A FREEDEMONSTRATION

Chevys ready for delivery.
FR 6-3400
ALL CARS HAVE HEATERS, MOST HAVE 2-SPEED WIPERS

& WSW TIRES. '
64 CHEVROLET '60 CADILLACSuper

# "*Model 1417 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONY. Sport, automatic transmission radio 4 door, hardtop, loaded.
ON CORVAIRS CHEVROLETS VI. Tint w-shield, pad. dash, power steering, c e beautiful
group, radio. Paiomar Red. heater, car. $2095
#U4-Mod 147 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONY. $2995
#lMl-Modl 11H BISCAYNE 4-DOOR d. power V*. Tint. glass pad. dash, power steering, radio.Paiomar .
:T.Model RUM Creenhrlerpowerglida per ippsd Red.l51Model.
Bit engine, radio, Wjf a tte. gilds 1f/-Model Dark Greeng 1511 EL-AIR i DOOR t, power # 147 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONY. '60 RAMBLER
THENUMBER IMi-Model t7 MONZA CO inc glide. Aqua & Whit VI. Tint. glass, air cond. power steering aV brakes, 63 CHEVROLET 0
& e group white. power glide, radio, c e group. Black.
4Tf33-Model 1J11 BEL-AIR 2 DOOR /. power glide. 2 door radio heater.
#171-Model !Q MONZA V automatic
& White. #-Model 147 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONY. 4 door hardtop Impale
111 H.P. radio, tinted w d, p a qua del Itll EEL-AIR t DOOR VL Power Tint. w-shield, pad. dash, power steering' A brakes, transmission, radio heater, power steering $695
#!7 -Model fd7 MO ERTI E radio. White.
,
h ad. dash. Silver & Maroon. sharp.
11* H.P. c A e gro #74-ModH 1M7 IMPALA CONY. VI. Tint W-
71 IMf BEL-AIR 4 DOOR VI. Power
green. shield, power glide, radio c'A e group. Red.
,
a nd., radio* pad. dash tint glass power $2195
#l10Model i 7 ONZA L #993-Model 1147 IMPALA CONV. VI, pad. dash, '
glide, 11* H.P., ra c a e w d, Leering. power elide, r dio. White.sSModel 60 CHEVROLET
WAGON vs radio
dash, red.1027Model #! .l BEL-AIR
pad. 1761 IMPALA CONV., b standardtrans
147 MON CON LE, we tint, air power glidepower. steering VALIANT 4 door sedan standard transmission &5eyl.
glide, 110 H.P.. radio, c a coup, L Id, a pa d Aqua & White.WAGON 63 ., heater.
B IR VI tlnl- lass,
pad. dash. Black 'J w n L brakes, radio, paddash.E Red.TRUCKS 2 door, Y-200, automatic transmission
ttmi-Model f(7 MONZA CON TIBL
ONE e heater local car. $845
glide, 11* H.P., radio, c e group nt:
pad. dash Aqua. 4 E /,,power Blida1M
#til-Model 47 SPYDER CONVERTIBLE s e. $1495
E VI #T4S -Model C1JOS, CHEVY VAN, Vt ton, <.
el power
radio c & e group tint w-shield pad. dash. ack.II's
s ai tie. lass, radios Heater & f ply tires, side doors. Turquoise. '60 CHRYSLER
eig #TSil-Medel C1205 CHEVY VAN, Vi ton i. Blue. '
CAR # I A PER SP power JtT74l-Model CUflS CHEVY VAN V tan *. Heater, 63 CORY AIR "300" convertible, loaded.
Ilda h Beige Ie.MP t ply tires. Green.
CHEVY "700" 4 door 4 speed, radio, heater.
Vb pog1i ..
#T75 -Model C170S CHEVY VAN W. Coast $1695
pews adie iald, elk.ie mirrors. Blue.tT74tModel.
$1495
# N A 4 YI Kglide C1405 CHEVROLET TON PANEL.
st Pol. sh, oFawn. |vy duty. Turquoise.Model .
# 'Of Model 44* NOVA .4-DOOR. Vt power glide Jt 14M Vt TON PICK UP. Heater, De- '
c & e. Aqua & White. :111U-Mode White.ltMade of I Doo tBlida .Blu.. '63 CHEVY II 60 FORD

$1Ml-Model 44, NOVA 4DOOR4c&. o grwp. #/ 1139 (PAlJt 4 QBTOJ4D-1 P 1 I C1404 Vi TON PICKUP. Heavy duty Foirlane "500" v-a, automatic tronlard -
radio, stond-
heater
White. glide power1. Bring. 1.T Iv Nova sport coup'
power
minion. "
rStt-Mftdel liw IMf 4 P eI Vi'TON PICKUP. Green. tranlmission. .
4 power Slide. Beige. T C1 1S TON PICKUP. Beige. "V695
5'6-MocIeI 113 IMPALA DOO 1. $1645
#power glide, tint. w-shield, r FA # C 34 TON FLEET SIDE PICK-
CHEVELLES .#US-Model U3t IMPALA 4-DO dt fiat
T el S 0 ONG BODY. Heater,
,
Ude
air cond.
glass pad. dash pew pow '
ins, r '
steering, radio. White. 62 CORVAIR 60 FORD
15 BODY. Tur-
#au.--Modet 113 IMPALA 4-DOOR H P V
#mi-Model 5411 300 2-DOOR-Vt. Power glide. Tint glass, power steering, power IUd ad. i Monia 2 door .radio heoter. 4 ipeed. 2' door, standard transmission, radio
Fawn. dash. Whit*. fl oriel Ys O BODY FLEET
heater, 6
SID W $1295 ,cyl.
r m*-Model SU7 MALIBU SUPER SPORT #H*-Model U3t IMPALA 4-DOOR HD-TOP
COUPE, VI. Power'glide, power steering, tint, glass. Tint glass pad. dash radio, air cond., power # 174 NG BODY FLEET- $525
c A e group, radio, air cond. Aqua & White. glide, power steering ft ,brakes. White.1004Mftdel IDE e lUOise.LONG.
*117-Model 5147 MALIBU SUPER SPORT CON. # 113 4 DOOR HD-TOP VI tint. glass, D BODY FLEET.S '62 FAIRLANE
VERTIBLE, VI power glide, radio, C A e group, power steering & brakes, radio, c e group. Da
tint, w-shield, pad., dash. Saddle Beige A Saddle. #T1SIDE. a Clllif* TON LONG BODY FLEET. '
automatic
500", 4 door sedan transmission -
t3 J-Model 5315 300 WAGON, 4, power glide c A Jt 1017-Model 113t 4-DOOR HD-TOP VI power glide. Greenw radio, heater V-3. 59 CHEVROLET
e group, tmiw-shieid. White. White. #Tie Vt TON LONG BODY FLEET.
#774-Model S435 300 WAGON. VI. power glide, #lloS-Modd 1I3 .4-DOOR HD-TOP VI, tint glass, SIDE. Big M0i. Rod. $1395 2 door, standard transmission 6 cyf.,
c A e group, tint w-shiaid, pad. dash. Beige A pad. dash, power steering & brakes, power glide. #T1I7I-Model CUM Vt TON LONG BODY FLEET. real .sharp.
Saddle. Beige. SIDE, i ply tires. ,Turquoise.
:;ll 7-Model UJt 4-DOOR HD-TOP VI. tint glass, # TIITt-Model CUM Vt TON LONG BODY FLEET. $795
.. pad. dISh, power steering & brakes. White. SIDE. d ply tires. Dark Green. '62 RAMBLER

4 door, radio, heater
$1195 '59 PLYMOUTH

Fury 4 door, automatic transmission; ra-
clio, heater.

'62 Volkswagen $595


PLUS USED CARS ((2)$1225). 1 sunroof, clean. '58 DESOTO



4 door, station wagon automatic transmission -
62 VALIANT
THE FINEST radio, heater power steering,
Y-200. door heater real clean. V-8.

SELECTIONOF $1095 $495



TOWN USED ONE CARS! OWNER IN ... -.J ..... 61 IMPERIAL 57 FORD


4 door crown, power steering power 2 do ,
hardtop, v-a. standard trolll249 -
T radio,
brakes heater air conditioned ;
mission.
$ 5 'o6.Oh375

ON THE SPOT FINANCING IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!

'61 DODGE

v '60 BUICK '59 FORD '63 OLDSMOBILE '58 ENGLISH FORD Lancer, 4 door automatic transmission /r-r J/ B U Ie K

Station Wogon V.8 out 0 2 door cust. V-So stlj. shift, Convertible. V-So aura trans.. Good second radio heater Roadmoster 2 door, hardtop full
trans.. air cond.. RGH. P.S. RGH R&H. P.S.. P.B.. air conditioned power
P.B. $747 like new $24' 7 $995 $445

i $1147 $3447 I

'62 PLYMOUTH PONTIAC 1 61 PLYMOUTHeg
VOLKSWAGEN 53 studebaker
61 VOLKSWAGEN
4 door sedan. Std. shift 6 c4. 4 door, wagon, automatic trans
2; door sedan. Heater block heater and like new. i Deluxe bus. New point and 2 door auto trans.. like new. mission. radio, heater, power steering. 4 door station wagon, radio, heater.
finish and extra clean. extra sharp. V-8. real sharp.

$1047 $1247 $'1347 $347- $1395 $295

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'63 FORD '57 CHEVROLET 55 FORD
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59 FORD 56 CHEVROLET '
Golaxie. 4 door sedan. V-So Wagon V-g. auto trons.. RGH. Galaxie. V-8 4 door sedon. Convertible 61 FALCON 4 door standard transmission, 6 cyL

auto trans.. RC1H. P.5. Real $447 R&H, P.S.. air cond.. red and 2 door clean radio, heater.
sharp. white and runs and looks new. $147

FROMTHE $2147 '63 PONTIAC $1047 $795 $175


'63 COMET Catalina 4 door hardtop. v-so CHEVROLET 60 CHRYSLER 55 CHRYSLER -
CORVAIR'57 ,
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4 door don. Radio anal h eo t- air CondItioning.ere Convertible. Auto trons.. RC1H.< Pickup. Yz ton. New Yorker; 4 door, hardtop, power 2 door, automatic transmission; ; radio
std. new Steering, power, brakes, radio heater, ,heater, runs aood.if .
$16471ke $2847 $1747 $247 conditioned. $245

$1495 .

'63 RAMBLER '63 CORY AI R '62 FALCON .
55 CHEVROLET MERCURY
NUMBER Classic: 4 Door Sed. SS-6 R&H 4 speed trons. RGH air con- Standard trans, nice 2nd cor. .'* 62
Like new ditioncd Coupe Good sound cor. eft ton pick up. W V DODGE Commuter station wa,... 4 door ufo4 -

door avtomatic transmission, radio, Merit transmission, radio, heater power
$1647 $1947 $1047 $247 heater, power" stearin*; real sharp. steering, air caHdrtianiflg, one ow..,. I
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ONE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET $895 $1945See I

:. J. L SMITH, WILBUR SLIGH, PAUL BARNETT,

FRANK GRAY


DEALER Gainesville's Largest Volume Dealer MOTOR I

HAWES-POWERS ,
Main St. at 16th Ave., "The Chevy Corner"NEW CO.PLYMOUTHYALIANTCHRYSLERSIMCA .

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