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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
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April 17, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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J _..How. Do Desegregation Remains Key Issue 5

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TheyStand -. ., r..,'. ., TALLAHASSEE (AP) *- Al such.legislation if it became the would be vigorously opposed to level. In addition, J believe that has the right to vote. All citizens
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', though Florida is fast becoming law of the land. any such bill offered in the Florthe Negro will make more 'substantial should have equal opportunities

:.;.. a cosmopolitan state with accompanying The. others hedged on the ida Legislature. I ,regard such gains on a basis of understanding in education, finding work and

changes in social point somewhat while saying legislation as interference with with free enterprise improving l themselves." !

thinking, the question of racial they opposed any forced desegprivate enterprise. As to voting than he will when armed by leg- Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla

desegregation remains a key isregation.. I know of no barrier to the Neislation which gives the propriCounty: "I oppose forced inte I
\! sue in the governor's campaign. Here are the positions of the gro; and certainly there should etor no free choice. I would progration in situation. I
Editor Note The six Democratic and three am I
( Re Only Miami Mayor Robert candidates on the question of be none. tect the right of the peaceful opposed to outside intervention !

: publican candidates for governor of Florida responded King High said specifically in what to do about desegregation Former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud picket line." or threats of inten ention. The i!

to an Associated Press request for their positions his survey answers that he DEMOCRATS: Dickinson of West Palm Beach: Mayor Robert King High of same yardstick cannot be applied ';

on several major issues facing ,the next administrawouId enforce civil rights legisMajOr Haydon Burns of Jack"I am opposed to the public acMiami: "If the Congress passed to every state or every 1
I tion. Each issue and the candidates' views will be dis
lation enacted by Congress. sonville: "I am opposed to the commodations portion of the a civil rights bill and the Presi community, nor can we expect J'
cussed in separate dispatches. Today's installment None said he would defy such public accommodations section pending federal civil rights legdent signs it into law, I'will, as all people of all communities to

discuss desegration.) laws and some have indicated of the civil rights legislation islation and would be opposed to governor enforce the law. I move at the same rate of delib- I

in the past they would enforce now pending in Congress I similar legislation on a state believe every citizen of Florida (See PLATFORM on Page 2)) t i


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new medal on his coat, Commu- .: ""
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The former shepherd boy : > w !: : :'- In Rights Protests
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pIe from the front pages of all v. R< g

1 newspapers, a picture of glow- ; '" WASHINGTON (AP) President reporters and conventioneerlng .
ing health. ., 7t f kL ,, MH Johnson, deploring violence members of the American Society

.. But Premier Khrushchev and disorder in the civil of Newspaper Editors. The

scheduled no ,personal appear- ; s rrk Honors rights struggle, says all groups previous high was 437 for a 1961
ances for the public. should exercise moderation and Kennedy conference.
I At 9 a.m. Soviet government ,' try to understand the other fel
leaders began calling on him low's viewpoint. Speaking slowly, softly, and

.: and his wife Nina to offer Y. f r4. Nation's Johnson was asked to com- tossing out occasional quips,
'f congratulations. Later visiting < .. ; 1 ment Thursday at his biggest- Johnson volunteered eight announcements

;t leaders of Soviet bloc nations y. ever news conference, on civil and fielded 16

f were to convey their greetings : Y 9 rr, .a rights demonstrations that run questions with apparent ease

i personally. ,,::3 ScholarsTo against the law or threaten via during the minute confer

J However, it was a quiet birth f Jt lence. ence.
day for the man who attacked ,'" He replied:
YY t. "i,,. i1' Asked to give his attitude on
,. the personal adulation given "We ,do not of course con-
1 Stalin-his 70th birthday party : ,_, _.N__..._ _.w....:. .w. ::......:............. .. ..... _:::)l.;.. Note Youth's done violence or taking the law civil the civil disobedience rights struggle as a tactic John in

y went on for months of praise- There are 14 new reasons to observe Mother's Day on May 3 at Mrs. Easter 'Brain into your own hands, or threatening son said i'e do not think the

j. and reburied the dictator in an Carlisle's house. Bobbie, the family's German Shepherd, took motherhood quite seriously Power9 the health or safety of our violation of one right or the de.

l obscure, grave. 4 early this month and produced 17 puppies. Bobbie's assistants, Serena and Dexter people. You really da the civil nial of one right, should permitthe
Khrushchev became a "Heroof : Carlisle have helped her care for the 14 surviving pups. (Sun photo by Tommy New dark mfmr:; ; rights cause no good when you violation of another right."
The Soviet Union" order ,WASHINGTON 'go to this extent."
by Lewis) : -, Outstanding The President said he would
,'.. of the presidium of the Supreme 1- American public and private The President also expoundedon "counsel moderation to all
; Soviet. In receiving the highest high school graduates will be national defense controver

f award of his nation, Khrushchev Board Pound honored as "Presidential Scholors" sies, the rail negotiations, the groups their fellow and men'and understanding trying to of
Changes Acreage
Joined a company that includesr to encourage intellectual booming economy and politics. appreciate his position."

cosmonauts and Cuban Prime attainment among youth, Atone point, he virtually an- He said that as long as racial
Minister Fidel Castro. President Johnson announced at nounced his candidacy for a
t The decree cited Khrush his Thursday news conference.The four-year White House term, discrimination exists, "We are
To Center going to have and
chev's work "in building a Shopping Zoning surprise program was de saying he was enjoying his work are entitled to protest and petition we
'. Communist society in strengthening scribed by the President as "one and "prepared to continue." under
our constitutional
the economic and defen to recognize the most precious The ,conference, broadcastlive "
sive might. of the Soviet Union r By JEAN CARVER Pound, on the recommendation Plan board members said resource of the United States by television and radio net rights.:
Sun Staff Writer of plan board members, re there is little difference in the But he expressed the view
in developing fraternal friendship -the brain power of its works, marked Johnson's first
Property across from F i ells vised his request from businessto types of businesses allowed in young that Senate action "with reason
of the people of the USSR, people. appearance the big State
Plaza o w n e d by C. Addis to the business able dispatch" on the civil
o n shopping center zoning zoning sought by A
in carrying out Leninist peace- special presidential commission Department auditorium where
Pound was recommended for meet the board's desire to have Pound and the "SC" shoppi n g rights bill would "bring those
and in will President John held
ful foreign policy recognition name the first F. Kennedy
of his exceptional .services rezoning for business use last stricter control over the plans center category they preferred. Presidential c h o lars next all his sessions with newsmen. protests and bring those petitions

in the struggle against Nazi night by the City Plan Board. for developiing the protperty. They said the primary factoris month. A total of 121 boys an Wearing television blue John and bring those disturbances
from the
streets and the
\ invaders in the period of. the the requirement that site girls from this year's graduating son faced the biggest news con-

great patriotic war." plans for shopping center zoned classes of secondary schools ference crowd on record-512 (See PLEADS on Page 2))

Khrushchev's previous honors 33 ROTC SeniorsTo areas have approval of the plan- could be designated. They will
include three awards of Hero of ning department and the land. be invited to the White House

Socialist Labor and a Lenin before construction is per- and receive from the Presi- Civil Chiefs

Peace Prize in 1959. He usually mitted. (See SCHOLARS on Page Z Rights

wears four medals on his civilian be Commissioned Pound said he has no immed

suit iate plans to develop the 33

In a ceremony today in the acres, now zoned for residential DenouncecStall-In'
estate use, but wanted t h'eland Candidates
Yekaterina Hall of the great
Thirty-three United States the Marines and one in the
I Kremlin Palace, Soviet President armed forces officers will be Navy. to conform with the com

Leonid Brezhnev present. commissioned in ceremonies at mercial zoning of surrounding Again Rally Krro ffurkWASHINGTON rfbnt p of the Student Non Violent Coordinating

j ed Khrushchev the Order of the University of Florida tomor- Gen. Burchinal, whose careeras property. Negro Committee. .

: Lenin and the Gold Star Medalin a command pilot is among In other action last night the Candidates for county and leaders of the country's major On the World's Fair "stall-
connection with his hero's row.Graduating the most'spectacular in the U.S. plan board ,some state offices will
senior cadets representing recommended to the appearin civil rights organizations Thursday in" they said they spoke also for
award. Air Force,: has been decorated City Commisson: Alachua tonight and High A.
the Air Force Army denounced the proposed Philip Randolph of the Negro
The presidium of the Supreme Marines and Navy will be commissioned with the Silver Star the Legionof -Approval of Lester Hodge's Springs tomorrow night asking "stall in" at the New York American Labor C o u n til and
Soviet with two Merit, the Distinguished Fly for for support from Alachua Coun
joined groups in a ceremony spon request business automotive World's Fair. Dorothy Haight of the National
that Khruschev heads, the sored by the University's Army ing Cross the Air Medal and restricted zoning for land' ty voters. Council of Negro Women. And

Communist Party Central Com- and Air Force Reesrve Officer the Army Commendation Rib between 21st and 22nd avenues Tonight's barbecue chicken They called it a "revolution they said they were sure they

mittee and the Council of Min- Training Corps. bon. east of W 13th St.; W. P. dinner before the rally in Ala ary proposal" that might harm would get the approval of Dr.

isters, in a birthday message The takes place at Local candidates for commissions Ridgeway's request for residen- chug will be sponsored by the thousands of persons nearby, Martin Luther King of t Ii e
that occupied front ceremony tial Alachua Lions Club Alachua and would not serve "the broad Southern
newspaper 2:30 hi the Medical Sci are Charles A. Lancaster, professional zoning west of Christian Leadersh 1 p
pjn. NW 6th Street between Home Demonstration Club interests and needs of the Ne Conference who
pages. ences Building Auditorium. Air Force, son of Mr. and Mrs. 25th and was supposedto
Burchi- Sidney W. Lancaster. 206 NW 26th avenues; and Walter American Legion and the Wom gro people." be there but did not appearr
David A.
Lt. General 21st St Stubbs' preliminary plat of West an's Club and begins at 5:30. The Brooklyn chapter of
director of the Joint Staff ; David W. Tisdale Jr.Air ; A statement on the planned
nal, Force of Mrs.. Norma Villa annex at the southeast cor Speeches begin at 7 p.m. CORE proposed last week the
4 of the Joint Chiefs son traffic tie-up was made to a session
WHERETO headquarters will M. Tisdale, 1421 NE 20th,Place; ner of NW 38th Street and 20th The rally is sponsored by the of the American Society of plan to tie up traffic on the opening
of Staff at the Pentagon Place and Harold Alachua County Democrat Executive of the fair
Walker's day 22
ad Timothy R Holmes, Navy, son pre- Newspaper Editors. Four Negro April ,
deliver the
FIND IT of H. C. Holmes, RL A. liminary plat of Bicrest at NW Committee. leaders who spoke at the to protest generally against
dress. 19th Street and 42nd Avenue. Saturday's night supper will racial discrimination. CORE'S
The oath of office will be administered Commencement exercises at Denial of Louise B. Gad- be sponsored by the High meeting coupled with it pleas national leadership suspendedthe
Comics . . 18 for recognition of legitimate Ne
by Cot William N. the Universityare set for 3 dum's request for retail business Springs Woman's Club and Jun- chapter for refusing to drop
Classified . 19-23 Boaz, Professor of Air Scienceat p.m. Sunday at Florida Field. zoning for the northeast ior Women. It will begin at 5 gro grievances and passage of the idea.
Entertainment 11Obituaries the pending civil rights bill.
the University and CoL Some 3,100 graduates will receive corner of SW 10th Street and 1st pjn. .
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James T. Hennessey Professorof degrees at ceremonies Avenue and Ed Campbell's re The rallies are part f the ser President Johnson sounded a '
Opinion Page . 4 Military Science. The Air which will have as commence- quest for retail business zoningat ies of 16 scheduled in the County similar note at his news conference
Sports . 1417Women's CLASSIFIEDSNOT I I
Force and Army will each com- ment speaker Dr. J. George 619 NW 2nd St. for the May 5 primary elec yesterday.He .
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mission 15 new officers. Two ca- Horror, president of the. Rocke The next scheduled plan board tion. said violence and threatsto ONLY

dets will be commissioned into feller Foundation. meeting is May 21. safety "do the civil rights

cause no good.
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The editors' heard also .
group '
Attorney Robert F. Kennedy BUT RENTERS TOO I

I II Bobtail Term Vote I caution against "irresponsible Mrs. Wont Ad User catUd today -h
Complicates activities" but said the white to cancel her ciawifted act:,' ." ..
community must relieve the Ne after only running+ it one day.

gro's desperate frustrations. She received 3 inquiries that .
evening+ ond rented her apart "--
TALLAHASSEE (AP-As an After this November's general elections, Florida voted Repub il'' In remarks to the ASNE the ment to the second caller Sh.. .

election year, 1964'is unique in election, Florida will eect its lican. President Barry unman Attorney General said the racial reports. "It always rents fast, t. ._-"
To Selection just place the ad and the rent*
issue most
Florida history. Stagger state officials and vote for the was the last Democrat. to receive was the important en come calling." J '"..

For the first tune, Florida's president and vice president two Florida's electoral vote. facing all sections of the ....
;:governor and cabinet members Of President years apart.Democrats. Florida has more than %.1 million country today. He said it was '
Governor vital to the pending bill NEAR UNIVERSITY 2 NeQrpOrti ::.
.. pass
will serve only two years in say this win insure registered voters among its fwntisted p.rtmcnt RN' ctan. prfs e_
..- i stead"ot< 'the usual four. Also more participation in off-year 4.9 million population this lest young Negroes say: vate. S90 mo. Phone FR .z.-wc. :' I
year. "There's no future for us in this ? I
for the',first time. Florida's elections when members of the Of the total, 1.7 million are registered ,
will be tion of the 1963 legislature and But the,Legislature decidedand -- system :, '
governor permitted to U.S. and Florida Houses of Rep Democrats and 383,000 Economical Sun Want. ...*.* ....
The Negro leaders who appeared
seek-re jecUon to a ratified by the state's voters in and Democrats resentatives and other
regular Republicans state of are registered Republicans. work hard at such low ts st$." -
: four ysaf term at the end of"the the general election last Novem differed on the reason to ficials are chosen.Republicans Political observers say a large Wilkins at of the the National ASNE were Associa Roy Place your family on- :-:-=

:: _:.two-year ,ternu her change the time of election of say this is a gimmick number of the registered Demo tion for the Advancement of the 6 to 12 day low rote plank ""a

:=_ Cabinet members, as usual, Up to now, Florida has been state officials to a year when to guarantee Democratic crats actually are Republicanswho Colored People James Farmerof Call us today 372-8441:' '.--:

may succeed themselves. electing its state officers at the the,offices ol president and vice victories in the races for: state register ,as Democrats to the Congress of Racial Equal '.f
-- Tills bobtail' term for the gov same time as it \'Dtes.for. president president,are net up for election. offices. have.,a. voice in the choice of ity. Whitney Young Jr. of the Proof of Result -_ .,. !
ernor and cal et-was a 'crea- and-vice president. In the past three presidential k {See BOBTAIL on Page 2) Urban League and John Lewis -

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\ From Page 1 At Handling Press Talks c;' ..-.C. ,D\\ 1IIOCIt

I I II erate speed. Each of us must ,I B. C, D, E, FFair through ---;.. I I i.. I

meet this problem as individualsand 1 Saturday. Low tonight in 60s, 1 """ \ I

I must be reasonable, practicable By JAMES MARLOW The Gross National Product is dio and television. This meant idea of talking off the cuff on, high Saturday 80 to 85. East t '

I and honest with himself. ,Associated Press News Analyst higher than ever, personal in- only photos of him were shown television anyway. and southeast 10 to 20 mile'It .UIaAIe \\7\-- TIME AT

All of the people of Florida must WASHINGTON (AP) For come is up, unemployment has later.It In this year's campaign he'llI winds. F 1

:It c move forward together, for if reasons unclear, President dropped a bit, the number of reason have to do a lot of it. News conferences -I A Partly cloudy and mUd through E \ 1_
1 even'one of us is held back, then Johnson has deprived himself of jobs has increased, business has been suggested televised one are a good preparationto Saturday Sa"nI'Y.' 75 low to tonight 51 to 6b llgh" tW I GUARANTYlFEDERAL
all of us lose a little." good and free publicity by not 'profits are moving ahead. he avoided regular I try out style.More daG Partly cloudy through Satv 101'a \ \.
holding regular news conferences Then, thanks to the nature of meetings with the pressthekind Low In tonight near 70. h0h Saturn I
I day low 101.
Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland: almost turned Elterly to 20
live on television and ra the questions asked him, John Kennedy mile winds. I

"I ,am personally opposed to dio. He held one Thursday and son was able to get in plugs for into an Institution-was that he About H.. I Fair through Saturday. Low H... :-t .
compulsory integration. All citizens neither witty or as re- tonight mld-6Ol. tllg"
out welL his ideas and programs.Up was as Saturday U to :L--.&
came and southeast 10 to 20 mile
should have equal rights to the until now it has been taken laxed with newsmen as Ken- winds awauu
It was
i exercise the responsibilities oft for granted Johnson wanted to nedy. PleadsFrom J -
t kind of confer y through Satur
citizenship; and all of us should day. Low tonightc near 70. high $at."rdaY' ST M a
race w hie h run for a full term in the presi- this is In low SOS
p have the right to choose our associates Analysis: but he saidso. Generally speaking,' mile winds Easterly 12 to 20 SAVE
must m a k e dency never quite
Then What The true. Johnson's humor, when he
movement to desegregate -
He did with the K -
Thursday 1 Partly
be Re- through Satur-
would- Page
motels and restaurants I News tried it, has been rather flat day few scattered showers Low tonight TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE
candi- simple sentence: "I am prepared In
I, through federal legislation dates publican ache with Means to continue. and heavy. And there was very alleys into the courts where Easterly 70s.15 to high 20 mile Saturday winds In becoming low 80s. H L Pree. By April 20th
east and southeast Jacksonville 10 57
in his sentences.But Saturd.y.
an infringement on our right little glisten
their In some of his television appearances they belong." Miami 78 74 .70
I to own and control private prop I envy. I Tampa 16 66 earn 3 months
present condition since succeeding Thursday he was com- In the political sphere, Johnson Atlanta 75 50
i erty. Negro populace can ALMANAC: New Orleans 70 57
I 1 gain the desired social status they don't get the same opportunity President John F. Kennedy last pletely articulate, his, phrasingwas said he expects the presidential Sunset today....... ..... Boston IS 42 return by next
':57 de
in mak- New York
through economic and educational as the President, November-particularly good, he got to the point, campaign to be "a hard Sunrise tomorrow .?...... 6:00 p.m.l.m. Washington 61 \

!. achievement." free and nationwide' air time. I ing speeches-he has seemed and he managed to give out a fight, a difficult one." And he The tomorrow Moon,at riding...high......tonight. 12:521.m.sets Kansas Chicago City U U 63I 62 June 30 1
And even if they did, they'dbe self-conscious, dolorous' and good deal of information and a drew laughter by adding, First Quarter .RS""h" April 11 Denver 81 35

Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville handicapped. The best they heavyhanded.Not number of his opinions on would hope that it wouldn't be! The PROMINENT Twins, right above the Moon. Los Ft. Worth Angeles 72 56 62 .02

: "Florida must, at all could do would be criticize and'; Thursday, when he operated issues. too close." VISIBLE Venus, high PLANETS In west sunset, Seattle, U 31 41+ % I

costs, avoid some of the pitfalls make promises. As President, with ease. The reaction, at Reminded that a poll of editors Saturn, rises .........!... 3:52 I.m. CEDAR KEY TIDES If
least who Some of the Kenedy conferences sets ........................ 10:15 p.m.
F into which our neighboringstates Johnson was able to point to ac among newsmen saw of life indicated broad expectation .. Saturday High It 7:17 I.m. end f
have,fallen. It would close complishments. He made full him, was generally good. And despite sense of a Johnson victory at)he! MARINE FORECAST 5:12 p.m. Low It 12:05 I.m. and 11:08

the door to the new industrieswe use of that chance. this may encourage Johnson to injected into them by personality polls, the President commented MARINE FORECAST I.Sunday High It ':16 I.m. and ':40
the and alone, were pretty thin on EAST GULF: Easterly winds 10 to a.m. Low It 1:21 1m. and 1 pm. j
are the American try same again more Where
courting. It would ser I With members of .. "I hope that they feel in November 15 knots through Saturday. Fair. I
'I iousty affect our tourist econo Society of Newspaper Edi- often., news although just keeping himself as they do in April."

my.,.It would hurt our state in tors sitting hi on the conferencewith In the past he has pretty before the public must have And when asked if he werE! PresidentsDo

I the eyes of the nation. A situation Washington newsmentheASNE much limited himself to suddenly served him as a politician.If concerned about the possibilit r .. Notes April 30

: :must never be allowed to is holding a meeting here calling newsmen around the Kennedy had been presidenin that independent electors com) You

i, develop that will produce riots -Johnson started out with some White House into an impromptu the days before television, it's mitted to neither major party; Have Deadline On

or the::closing of a public school. pointing with pride: conference, away from live ra- doubtful there ever would have might be elected in Southern I
I The"governor who can keep the been as much national grief

: : J lines of communications open over his sudden and violent states"I would, Johnson always said be: concerned Privacy Excise Tax : SAVE

between the races, and who death as burst forth when he I
r will urge communitieto Time's Up to Hurl ChargesTALLAHASSEE was assassinated in Dallas. about any elector that was no t By FRANK Laurie W. Tomlinson, District ,
set biracial committed to vote for me." CORMIER Director of Internal Revenue,I
a committee
Because he stayed so
i to air AP State, law Questioned about conflicting. (AP) Presi : I
I grievances before ( ) set midnight yesterday television in news conferences dents often today reminded Florida taxpayers -
they explode, can do this." ; as the deadline for candidates for all public offices in Flor-, high-level statements comparing complain that they that 30 is the deadlinefor A
have April
and otherwise-pleasant, re- no privacy. In fact ,
: American and they
I : ida, newspapers and radio and television stations to stop level Soviet mis
REPUBLICANS: assuring, giving a sense of a sile and air strength, Johnson have more than you might filing quarterly Federal excise
ing or circulating new charges against any candidates.
Kip; Folks of Orlando: "Any Violation of the statute is a misdemeanor punishable by a. he newly became young a American familiar, welllikedand moving< said, "I am pleased with our imagine. tax returns and quarter 1 y I

\ law-compelling one person to maximum penalty of $200 fine or 90 days in jail. I with some, 'a much-beloved strength." Washington is a sophisticated, returns of income tax and social

transact business with anotheris Under the law, enacted in 1913, candidates are forbidden to He said. the Kennedy and cosmopolitan capital where a security taxes withheld for liigh

contrary to the contractual levy new charges against their opponents or against any can figure. Johnson administrations have presidential caravan can be the quarter ended March 31, !
system of offer and acceptance didates for office within 18 days of an election. The first All this was certainly After Thurs apparent spent $25 billion more for de- spotted instantly as it rolls 1964. .

whiCh, is the foundation of free primary is May 5. to Johnson. fense in the past three years along the boulevards.Still .
enterprise." In addition, newspapers and radio and television stationsare day's good performance he may than would have been spent had it's a fact that President Tomlinson said the Internal !i Returns I

H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort forbidden to carry dispatches repeating such new feel encouraged to do ,the same.He'll the rate of the final, year of the Johnson, tune. after time, is I Revenue Service will furnish I

Myers Beach: "I recognize that charges.The have to get used to the Eisenhower administration con- driven around the city after j preaddressed returns to all taxI)

all citizens are entitled to equal law was designed to prevent last minute attacks on candidates tinued. He said this money has! dark without reporters, or the payers required to file, and re-

protection under the law withinour which could not be answered by the time of the'election More About bought "extra combat divisions, genera. public, being the wiser. quested that the preaddressedreturns .4 % I
free because of lack of communications during the Johnson told
enterprise system. I do early extra nuclear warheads, extra newsmen last be used
so as to insure
not jnterpret this to mean that years of the 20th century. missile strength.. week he likes to visit friends in accurate posting to the Service'sAutomatic I

any man should be given a rightat Johnson said Secretary of De- suburban Silver Spring, Md., Data Processing Per annum In cosh or compounded -
1 the expense of depriving another o fense Robert S. McNamara "op- and even as far away as Hyatts- records. semi-annually.|

of some present right More AboutBobtail Juvenile Ct. erates a tight budget" but an ville, Md., 15 miles to the north No higher returns on Insured I
which includes the right of a adequate one. east. No such trips have been Tomlinson also said that tax- Savings in this' section

property owner to the free en- From PageScholars 1 "You recorded.A payers liable for more than $100of of Florida.
can depend on what he
terprise of his own judgment CounselorOpen tells you," the President said. few months ago Johnson excise or employment taxesin
t and Jhe enjoyment of any property dent a medallion symbolizingthe Johnson also said he would drove 12 miles into suburban any one month are requiredto I
'held by him." honor.It Virginia to have dinner with deposit these funds in either SafetyAt >

Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel- From 1state Still is believed to be the first personally make a decision Pierre Salinger, then his press local authorized banks or a Fed-
Page "that I think is in
las County: "Intention isjL SO- program of its kind. No monetary the nationalinterest" secretary. The directions to eral Reserve Bank and to ob- .
f jS uii->r T trm_ 11 58l l\- *<- on whether to adopt GUARANTY FEDERAL!
vial rand not aH yjrnnjeqtistfon. > tai officials-who traditionally Applications still are being award will be given. Its Salinger's house were so circuitous tain a depository receipt. The are.insuredjjpf
your savings
proposals Gen.
Curtis Le-
The only'problem' in voice in the choice of national accepted for the chief juvenile closest parallel Is the National Air E. that the Secret Service returns due on or before April to $10,000.00 All the I
this area is maintaining law and officers. court counselor's post, Judge :Merit Scholarships Corporation, May, Force chief of staff, had to summon a White House 30 should be accompanied by "Insured Safety" any Financial -

order: and I would not hesitateto H. H. McDonald said this morning 'which awards four-year scholarships :for development of a new driver who had been there many the depository receipts and pay- offer.Availability. Institution con|

do so. I can see no more justification are Democrats-as well as a I for college, grants certificates bomber. times to lead the small motor ment in full for any balance

for disobedience of our Florida has few voting restric i of Merit and Letters of I Other major pronouncementsby cade. This trip, too, went unre- due.

laws by race demonstrations tions. poll tax, no "We hope to fill the Job before Commendation to outstanding President Johnson included corded. o

than by any other type.of dem= .grandfather clause, and no"restriction too long," McDonald told students and maintains re- these: Wednesday night, after attending Police Hold

onstrations. I cannot and I will : ,by race. Under the The Sun. search programs to idetnify in- The national economy operated a hotel reception given

not go along with the destruction :law anyone who meets the It was left vacant when R. tellectual talent. It is a private at a record annual rate of in his honor by King Husseinof At GUARANTY FEDERAL)

..of the basic constitutional 1 three requirements and is not D. (Bob) Jordan resigned several nonprofit'corporation supported $ 08.5 billion in the January- Jordan, Johnson decided to 2 UF StudentsOn your for ybu funds at all are times.available!

right'' of a man to do business 'specifically forbidden may vote. weeks ago to become a by philanthropic foundationsand March quarter, an increase of take off on one of these jaunts.
with'and have in his home those The three requirements are: candidate for sheriff. McDonald business companies.Dr. $3.5 billion from the final quarter This posed a problem becausetwo Auto TheftTwo
chosen by him." Milton S. Eisenhower, of 1963.Johnson reporters had hired a limou
I to be at least 21 years of age; said he isn't planning on sine ConveniencGUARANTY
I Johns and, with Secret
of the Hopkins Service
r I 0 be a citizen of the United Jordan returning to the postin president said he was "not an University of Florida
Quite States, and to be a permanent the event he doesn't win the seven-member presidential com- overly optimistic man" but be- knowledge! had joined the presidential students were held for investi-
a Light
mission to select the scholars. lieves motorcade to the hotel. FEDERAL Is]
resident of Florida for sheriff's race. the dispute that threatens gation of auto theft this morning
] one
year head the The reporters conveniently located 'in
will new
University, planned to leave up-
HAMILTON, Ohio (AP- :and of the county of registration He said the delay in finding A boy and a girl will be se- a nationwide rail strike cane with Johnson and follow him, when police caught them in a town Gainesville:
Basilios Yonnonlis, 26, an exchange for j six months. .someone to fill the position is lected from each of the 50 states, > settled through collective not so much because they some seven minutes aft .220 Free North Parking Main Street

student from Greece, Those specifically forbiddento caused by necessary screening two will come from the Districtof bargaining. "I hope and pray it wanted to know where he was er a Gainesville resident reported Rear of Building

has learned his lesson. I vote are those not registered, I processes and the importance Columbia, two from Puerto will be by the end of the week,tthe' going but to be on hand in case it missing. Drive-In Window

I A charge of turning in a false I those under guardianship or in i of the job. Rico, two from American territories said. his car should have a flat tire, Police identified the studentsas Night DepositoryYou with
con save us byj
fire alarm dismissed state insane or idiotic i "We want a will be The administration wants to a wreck other Bernard Parker
was : prison top-flight man, and up to 15 or misfortune. Joseph and mail. We solicit and appreciate -
against him Thursday. He said 1 people, those convicted of a felony he said. named at large. study the feasibility of a sea- After all, should the President Edward Donald Mackey, both out of town ac

he pulled the alarm signal April I whose civil rights have not i McDonald said about 10 applications The President said at his level replacement for the Pana- have an accident on the high- 21-year-old men resieding ati I counts.

5 only to light his pipe. 1 been restored, those convicted I have been received. news conference that the program ma Canal and is sending a survey way, a White House reporter 1524 NW 4th Ave.

He':explained that in Greece I of such infamous crimes as bribery Screening of them Is under- was to "encourage the team to Colombia to explore might be hard pressed to explain

fire alarm boxes also provide 1 perjury or larceny, and way now. "One of them may be pursuit of intellectual attain- the terrain there. why he wasn't on the white The International truck, a 1963 blue and. Courteous &

flints;,and matches for lighting 1 those interested in any wager just the man we're looking for," ment among all our youth." At least two secondary school scene. taken from the,front was reported of the

cigarettes and pipes. concerning the election. he said. But he encouraged oth- "It Is my hope," he went on, students from each state will be Well, the Secret Service, acting residence of H. G. Jr.
ers to apply If they're interested. "that in the future a similar selected next month as presi- on Johnson's instructions, Mehaffey Friendly
1628 NW 4th
11 A system can be worked out to dential scholars. They win! visit solved the problem of the limousine Ave. Police re-
ported they received the
honor our most gifted young the White House and receive from the Fourth Estate. 3:15
VODKA people in the creative arts." from Johnson medallions sym They ordered two Washington ajn. They spotted
chased the truck down
by 3:22.: Service
Ti 'Q&1 tuarit5 In this connection, Johnson bolizing the scholastic honor. policemen to park their motorcycles -

disclosed he had named RogerL. Johnson said he has no inter- so close to the front Parker was found driving and

Stevens, New York theatrical est in any governmentregulated bumper of the press car that it Mackey was a passenger, police At GUARANTY FEDERAL!

r ee MRS. McCLURG : producer, to organize and industry, and that Mrs.Johnson's couldn't join the cavalcade. said. we make every effort tol
--- the administration's cultural serve you well in a Cour-
LAKELAND Word has been direct television interests I
teous and
Go the Friendly Man-
received here of the death of program, as reported earlier !are in the hands of trustees. right way
day by
Mrs. E. C. McClurg, formerly by the New York Times. see no conflict in any way," he, every INSURANCE buyingyour -

Mildred Fowler of Gainesville.She He also said he would I from ner.Remember
fROM CRAM: SAZERAC CO.INC. FROM GRAIN SAZERAC CO, died Sunday after suffer- ebortly create by executive said.Plan Sidney Martin
HEW ORLEANS. LA. BC. XEW ORLEANS. LA. ing a heart attack at her Lake- order a presidential board on Telecast I
{ 'the arts to assist Stevens.
land home.
I The selection of Stevens to Representing! for PROFIT for SAFnY.
Mrs. McClurg was the daughter Of GraduationThe AVAILABILITY
: KEEP STABILITY of Mrs. J. R. Fowler of 'direct continuation of the effort PAUL REVERELIFE FUNDS, for CONVEN-OF

,Gainesville and lived here as a between to develop the government closer contacts and University of Florida com- INSURANCE CO. IENCE.SERVICE for FRIENDLY irs

girL I mencement exercise will be tele- Non-cancellable '
cultural community was disclosed t a
IN THE OFFICE OF I Survivors Include her husband i last Feb. 18 by the vised live from Florida Field Hospital and Major

kif. Ernest, president of the New York Times. Stevens also by> television station WUFT, ; Medical
-- ,,' TAX ASSESSOR of Lakeland Channel beginning at
Peoples Bank : ; a Sunday,
a I Is a real estate broker and a
son, Ernest Vane McClurg anda in the Democratic 2:33 P.M.
KEEP J. PIERCE I prominent figure
f. Mrs. Bertha Carlton In of inclement weather
L1 J Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Stevens is expected to have the telecast wiD be cancelled. I KgUREO SA

f authority In his SPEAKS TO Pf1 8sfs
SMITHM.Adr. -Gaine greater post V !
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:; j-? IIZE. EGGS- GEORGIA'S Jury'WorKs Day.Night Talks Local'Boy'sPhoto 'Accident Roundup :. :: I

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: PIETING QN For Decision Wins Involved in accidents reported FIRE CALLS ;

; TROOPERS to Gainesville police and the

On BeckvithJACKSON On Rails ContinueWASHINGTON sheriffs office during the last At 1:23 p.m. yesterday, the

t ATLANTA?'Ga. (AP) Georgia State Patrolmen, ordered Nat'IAval-d 24 hours: seat of an auto owned by Thomas

tqrjose jnor than three-and-a-half tons in overweight, have Miss. (AP) -A Robert E. Nollen e 1225 NW Cox, at 518 SW 3rd St.

been promised a; reward: that most women relish when they, dozen white men try anew todayto (AP) With other five days to consider other A picture taken by a 9 -,year 10th Ave., and Ernest E. Erickson -I At 1:44 "

I too, go on a diet: New outfits. decide the fate of Byron. De President Johnson still hopefulof measures if the talks fail, but old Boys' Club member here 1420A SW. 18th Pl., at the I fire East yesterday, a

j tin the troopers' case, they're getting new uniforms but La Beckwiththe' staunch segregationist voluntary settlement in the he continued to shy away from 'has received special merit in Park Lane Cafeteria Parkinglot ,Ave.grass and 37th St. University" ",

I nD :untff September,, their deadline date for trimming down. accused of killing national railroad crisis, negoti- any hint that he would ask for I the. Boys' Club's National Photography at 6:44 p.m. yesterday.Mrs. .

The order went out last June to the 418 memers of the Mississippi's best-known Negro ators ad federal mediators legislation in that Contest. Ruth D. Eliades 1034 I At 4:10 p.m. yesterday, .a....

I State Patrol: Lose more than three-and-a-half tons by September leader.A continued talks at a steppeduppace emergency vent The winner is Scott Ails NE 5th PL at J. C. Murphy's grass fire caused by children...

of 1964.. Three hundred-aI d-one were overweight. previous jury, faced with today."I brook with his ."Smile You're Parking lot at 6:50 pun. yes- playing with matches in the 700 ...
Th&''results: More. than two tons lost after 11 months ofdieting. the The dispute between the carriers I terday. I block of NW 29th PLKEEP ....
l .- -' same decision, never' was am not an overly optimistic -! brotherhoods on Candid Camera. -

I The target: Another ton-and-a-half off by September. able to get together. ,'and a mistrial man but I do believe that back five and years.the Johnson barely goes Alex A. Maleski, director of I ___ _BBM -__ I.

And the punishment if they .don't lose? Disciplinary action. ensued. under our collective bargaining averted a strike last Thursday National Program Services, an- SIABILIIY
'* of the Beckwith is accused of mur- result be nounced the recognition givento
'I issued the order, said Col Lowell Conner, boss system a can when he agreementto
troopers, "and I expect it to be followed like any other or dering Medgar Evers. If convicted i'reached," Johnson told a news a 15-day truce to permit aastditch young Allsbrook's photo- .YIN "

der. he wquld get either conference Thursday."I round of negotiations.NOTICE brook's photograph. THE OFFICE OF
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>1 told them I.didn't care how they lost, what diet they death or life imprisonment,. tobe Allsbl.x>k's picture was ranked .

followed, just so they came within five pounds of what 'theyil determined by the jury. hope and pray it will be by TO DEFEND third among those enter- TAX ASSESSOR .:

ought to weigh." With seven hours of disagreement the end of the week," he said. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ed in a local club con

I One hefty officer quiet just after the diet order was Is- ''behind, the jury was told The comment followed John Care James Of F Cordelia Julian Thomas test.; Judges locally were Betty v'' a. KEEP J. PIERCE ,_.

il, sued. He gave no excuse-but fellow officers said he would by Circuit Judge Leon Hendrickto son's statement Wednesday that 4057 Chicago South t. Illinois Princeton Avenue Jones, Frank Anderson and + '

have to lose between 50 and 60 pounds. ; eat a good breakfast, returnto "we should know definitely, no .You Startzman are hereby has filed notified his'sworn that Com PaulH. Eddie Davis. First locally was : SMITH

'"There's not a scale large enough to weigh me," another the little green-walled jury later than next Monday, whether plaint In the Circuit: Court of and Alachua others Tommy Douglas, second was .
Florida against you
rotund officer complained. He was told, "We'll take you to room and sift through the evi- this County seeking to foreclose a mortgage and Al Eckdahl and fourth was Tom .y
to dispute
the parties lien on the following (Pd. Adv. ._..
stockyards; the scales there are larger. dence a while longer. -or an equitable Singleton.IN .
wit _
of to :
will settle it by the process described property '
,All officers are required to weigh in once a month and the Beckwith, 43, a fertilizer The West Seventy-Five (75) feet
bargaining and by responsiblereason. cf the East One Hundred Fifty THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN ....
results are tabbed .at headquarters. salesman from Greenwood, (ISO) feet of Lot Seventeen (17) AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, '

The heaviest officer weighed 280 pounds;, he is down to 220 Miss., seemed relaxed and not I of said the tract East being One-Half,the (West WV of One-Halt the E IN FLORIDA.REF= now. didn't what he Seventeen (l7) recordedIn Deceased ONE
at all worried the hours Johnson say 14) of Let
as .
Deed Book "N", at Page SW of NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
Eighteen men were. underweight they've been ordered to dragged by. He joked with his would do if the talks fail to remove Section 32. Township 11 South. creditors of the Estate of DICKINSONV '

gain.Conner's guards, talked with his 17-year-! the threat of a nationwide Range Florida.21 East Alachua County THEODORE hereby notified SWANSON and required DecuHd.Ire to ANSWERS

weight loss: "I didn't need to lose," he said. old and strike at 12:01 a.m. April'25.The You are further notified that the return file any claim or demands which they
son waved and noddedat day of this Notice to Defend Is may have against said Estate In the "You The People
'I was the right weight"Rickover spectators who filled the White House said day and May 2, 19AX, and you shall on or before Office of the County Judge of Aladv
L, !. said date serve a copy of your defense. ua County Florida In the Courthouseat Saturday Night i
courtroom at first, then drifted night talks, with mediators trying If any upon Lowry and Andrews. At- Gainesville. Florida within six (6)
the date of the
for Plaintiff whose post office calendar months from
away as time went on. I to get both sides to give torneys address Is P. O. Box 390 Gainesville. first publication of this notice Each. PftlD!: dUDCANDIDATE
Hints claim demand must be in wring
thereafter or
Florida and Immediately
The jurors began deliberations ground, would continue until file the original of same In the officeof and must state the place of residence -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the and post office address of the
early Thursday Monday. above styled court. otherwise a Decree claimant and must be sworn to by the DiCKinson
With time out for supper, they George Reedy, White House, Pro Confesso will be entered against claimant his agent or his attorney or
It will become void according to law.
At Thresher's Fate kept at it until the judge sent press secretary, indicated thereis you.WITNESS ene of the Honorable Circuit -DANIEL C SWANSON
Judges of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Executor of<< the Estate of for GOVERNOR
them to bed final determination
at 9:45'p.m.. little possibility a : of Florida as well as the Clerk of THEODORE SWANSON.
In the first,trial, the jury deliberated will be announced this: he Circuit Court. all on the 1st day of (3196) 3.27 4:3. 10, 17 CH. 12 6:30.7:00: p."" _
Ntw Vttllr9WASHINGTON referred to hours April A.D. '964.J CLERKBY The Division of Plant Industry, State .
Unrlt specifically "the: 11 before Hen- weekend. B. CARMICHAEL Department of Agriculture: will receive --

Vice Adm. .inadequate tank blowing sys drick gave up. That jury report- Johnson's implied Monday :Deputy EMILY Clerk WATERHOUSE sealed Building bids Gainesville at Room Florida 508 no Seagle later

Hyman G. Rickover has dis tem." edly was split 66. deadline would leave him an-. & AndrewsP. (Court Seal) than 11 A.M, Friday. May 1. 1964. for
Lowry the following Items: 5,000 Ibs Dleldrin
ci o s e d that an "inadequate" 0. Box 390 10 per cent granular delivered and .
The system is a critical com- Gainesville Florida unloaded at Pensacola Florida 66,. ,
ballast system may have been Home Builders Form 3214\ 43. 10 17. 24 000 Ibs. Heptachlor 10 per cent granu- ;
responsible for the, sinking last ponent in a submarine. It con- to IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY. ar-delivered and unloaded' at Lutz.
sists JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida. Further details may be ob-
year of the nuclear submarine of tanks mounted on the IN PROBATE.IN tamed by request from the Gainesville .
exterior of the submarine RE: ESTATE OF office." _
Thresher. Task Force for Attack MARGARET HILL LAYTON (3267) 4:17. 24NOTICE
sure hull and connected by pipesto Deceased.TO OF INTENTION
The disclosure which throws .
light the loss of the decided HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAND Pursuant to Section 86509. Florid
new on Gainesville home builders -ty Civil Defense Director E. A. ESTATE
submarine. To sub-' Statutes notice Is hereby given that the
submarine, came in Ricko v e r last night to organize a (Pete) Bethel, main speakerlast You and each of you are hereby notified undersigned NORRIS WILLIAM RIG-
merge, water is let into the ex- and required to present a n} LER, doing business under the firm
testimony made public Thursday terior ballast tanks until the: "construction task force" that night at the group's monthly claims and demands which you 01 r name of Nortronlx Service Co.. 3616

by the House Military Appropriations right buoyancy is obtained for, can be pressed into, service in meeting in the,Holiday Inn. either estate of of you MARGARET may have HILL against LAYTON the,'t Stengel, Alachua Field Gainesville County. Florida, Fla., Galnevllle Intendsto .'.::: ,, ',,;.." ', ; .: ,;
Subcommittee.It deceased late of said County to the. said fictitious Under, ...
event of nuclear attack. I With Bethel on the r ogram register name -
a certain depth. To surface, air p County Judge of Alachua County, FlorIda ; the provisions of the aforesaid Statut ...
marked the first time that Their president, James Wom- was'Vaughn Presnell of the apprentice within six calendar months from,. Dated at Gainesville. Florida, this
is blown into the tanks, pushing the time of the first publication nf th'! 1st day of April. A. D., 1964. ...
the, ballast tank blowing system out some of the water and,: eldurf,. appointed a three man .' ship and training di- notice. Each claim or demand shall b r NORRIS WILLIAM CRIGLER Take up the 34 months to pay

,which permits a submarine thereby increasing the buoyancy ., committee to organize the task: vision of the U. S. Departmentof In residence writing and and post shall office state address the place of the 01! (3216) 4:3. 10 17. 24 at Furniture our low Manufacturers discount Sample prices. ......
l shall be to by th South Main St. 'at South.. '!
to surf ace or submerge, has force. It would be used to sur- Labor. claimant and sworn House

been:pinpointed as the possiblecause of the submarine.At very,and appraise building dam Both men spoke of the con-, claim claimant or agent demand attorney not so filed and any shall sod b! PROPANELr.S .13th,: '.st.. : : ,' ........

of the sinking was unknown the time of its sinking last'; age and guide rebuilding. struction task force plan as it's void. HOWARD WAYNE BISHOP t_ .( f ...4- -

but the most probable April with 129 naval and civilian On the organization committee being organized in some sections As PHILLIP executors JAMESON of the Last MANIC WIll I ,....

cause was a failure in the sub- personnel, the Thresher was: Womeldurf, Harold Walker of the U. S.. and Testament of
MARGARET HILL ..r ......
marine's high pressure piping. making a test dive below h e i and W. P. Ridgway. Bethel praised the quick ac- LAYTON. Deceased 'L )I"}" rs..r3ee.

IiCgiving his views on the pos-'basic test depth, believed to be The committee was apolnted tion, by the Gainesville HomeBuilders Lazonby& Barber, Dell, Graham WIllcox HOTTER THAN .,..

I sibtec ases, however, Rickover'1,000 feet. at the urging of Alachua Counr Association on the pro-, 203 Gainesville.Northeast Florida 1st Street NATURAL GAS ..

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Cook & Heat Water

Henry R. Luce Retires as Chieftain FINAL ADMINISTRATORSTO DISCHARGE OF Low.Cost ,
: Notice Is hereby given that we hay: FR 6-5110
filed our final returns as Admlnlstri .
ton of the Estate of ,VIRGINIA A _-It- 'I'Ia
JOHNSON 'Deceased* that we have filed ;,- _..-----::... ..
Time Life .
Q.f Magazine Empireborn our petition for final discharge an 1
Honorable H
that we will apply to the ,
H. McDonald. County Judge of Alachu a yb
the 12th day <
.. County. Florida on $
1944, far approval of the same an
?:t 0'Nttu tInra aims has nurtured for more than 40 on April 31898, In Tongh- introduced, principally unde r for May final discharge I as Administrators r e -

Pr By TOM BUCKLEY years to its position as the largest -chow, Shantung Province, Chi Hadden's direction. The style the Estate of VIRGINIA A. JOHNSt

NEW YORK-Henry P. Luce and most influential magazine na, the son of a Presbyterian did not flow, it rattled. It abbreviated -Deceased.PAUL EDGAR L. JOHNSONand LEO JOHNSON ae

resigned' Thursday as editor-in- publishing business in the missionary. Luce has remaineda terseness. It stooc d Administrators of the Estalof
world. Presbyterian although his idioms on their heads. VIRGINIA A. JOHNSON,
chief-of Time; Inc, the magazine Deceased.
of which he Luce will retain his positionas wife, a former ambassador to (3240) 4:10', 17 24; 5: 1
was cofounder -
empire _
were coined, like "cinemoppet" .
stockholder of is Roman Catholic tUWATER
1923. The controlling Italy, a con-
:In" corporation
Time, Inc. His 16.2 per cent interest I (Shirley Temple), and ICE TEA
Life Fortune
publishes vert.The "freudulent" and
Sport Illustrated, Architec- I or 1,053,240 shares, has a young man came to the "gopolitics.JIThe GLASSESFor

tnratForum and House & Home. ,market :value exceeding $125 U. S.: at the age of 15 to be educated adjective "tycoon" was Motels & Restaurants ANY LANGUAGE
million and provides him with at the Hotchkiss School, popularized. Public figureswere SPENCECHEMICAL IN
Luce, who ,Is ,
beady eyed jut-jawed,
'old dividend income, of $3,791,664 a Lakeville, Conn. There was no CO.
j'ears buck toothed, bumble-headed
wm-assume: the Man year. excess of m o n e y, and 'young FR 2.2186tLI' I

title.:of Editorial 41 years since Luce and Luce waited on tables. and .moose tall,.haystack haired. .I I

'C h alnnan. In The his Yale classmate, Briton Had- swept out classrooms to supple-

den, launched a newsmagazine ment his scholarship.At .
In a'memoran- :
demo Time, News !with only a good idea and $86- Hotchkiss he met Briton CALLa VALIANTS
000 from reluctant investors. Had[ den. The two remained
mc.., employes,
Today the 13 editions of the friends and business partners < rf
he emphasizedthat
Luce magazines have a world- until Hadden died in 1929 at the Earl C. May
his successor as editor in-
4 wide cirudation of 13 million age of 31, almost on the eve of -...
chief, He dIe y W. Donovan,
cop i e s an issue. Abroad, the the inauguration' of Fortune "
would have "complete
bility" for all editorial activi magazines are regarded as reflecting Magazine. Representing ,
[ American life and Luce and,Hadden enrolled at

ties.The two men worked closely thought and even the official Yale together, edited the Yale The Equitable Life

views of the U. S. governmentIn Daily News, served in the Student ......
Assurance Society
4 together since 1959, when Donovan r .<
who is 49, became editorial this country, about $1 out Army Training' Corps and .. '
i director of the corporation.! of every $4 spent for general returned to graduate from Yale .

He was previously managing magazine advertising goes to a hi 1920. Luce, a Phi Beta Kap--. I II --

editor of Fortune. He joined Luce publication. Life and Time pa, was voted "most brilliant" I I I -
'. rank first and third among all in his class. Hadden was "most a Phone FR 2-1449
the magazine as a writer in
1945. magazines in ad revenue. Life likely to succeed.

In retiring as editor in-chief has been the leader for 22 years. Luce went to Oxford for a ---- --- -I -
Luce .is relinquishing editorial But the influence of Luce and year, then became a reporter on r -r
be- the Daily News. He .
the Time organization goes Chicago -
control of an organization he
yond magazines. It extends soon rejoined j Hadden on'the

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY into the production of televisIon -, Baltimore News. They quit the 4 DAYS ONLY .-.....

i JUDGE. ALACHUA. COUNTY, FLOR- programs here and in Argentina paper and set out to raise $100-
RE ESTATE OF Sweden and West Germany <, 000 for their magazine. Reaching -

BERTHA Deca+aed.eOYO. ; the operation of radio I as far west as Chicago, tap- SPRING

TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSON! and TV stations, and the creation ping Yale alumni and frequently PAA

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r (iaf1tt5uillt iuti' OF h I Juggling the Primaries:" I

Sforo dark Simra water faction in the party in manes was cast for candidates E. Stassen and particularly I;
JOHN B. HARBISON, rresUeatrwklUheri and I the primaries to come. who support the House General Eisenhower
bill, the fact that Gov. Wallaceof
ED JOHNSON Vie PteatdentFlorida's supported by well financed -
WASHINGTON Sen. Gold- A LARGE SEGMENT of Alabama gathered 25
>' .... Ex.ertlr. EdlUu W. G. iBm only nation-wide
I Beautiful ,. ; EBEKSOLE.. Vic President .*. Ad'University rater has deliberately made this influential and articulate per cent of the total demon- organizations.

City vertising DtretUri BOB TABTAGUONE. RALPH McGILLI himself the bipartisan group is also com- strates the weakness of the In the 1964 Illinois primary :
Vie rroUeat std, Ctrpla FmHUfcOt ., i most controver-
I U.. UU.U. I tt teen. Atlanta Prize war(Ga.) Cnstttoti t sial in this mitted to the House approved protest of which he was the also, 150,000 Republicans I
I presidentialyear equal rights legislation now sole symbol just as adequately who participated in the
, THE SUN'S POLICY 'I DoDespise by taking positions to pending in the Senate and for practical purposes as hot contest between CharlesH. I
... 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. "I 'jh which a very influential group against any truly moderating the forecast maximum of 10 Percy and William J,
): and articulate in both amendment. Therefore, whena cent would have done. Scott for the nominationfor
c f,} 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In editorials group per party
. .. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. .. ', AGoormy' parties and in the press is popular referendum, as in 2. Since Goldwater pol governor did not mark

1 I' All emotionally opposed. Hence, the Wisconsin presidential only 64 per cent of the Re- the presidential ballot. And
The Sun's telephones Departments-372-8441 even when he wins emphatically preference primary, indicates publican total in the Illinois Scott, the loser, was an all-

''r ,. Want Ads-376-4672 as in the Illinois presidential notably greater opposition to presidential primary, and 26 out Goldwater man. In an
preference primary, the the House draft than the group per cent was cast for Mrs. equally hot contest for the

victory will be analyzed ad- had forecast, its political and Senator Smith of Maine, whose Republican gubernatorial
There was a crush at the
Travel in Hostile Territory cocktail party reception. A versely on the argument that press augurs reverse their nomination prospects are generally choice in 1960, the votingin
his total percentage fell be- test of the meaning of per- deemed to be nil, these that and in the presidential
; This is the time of when dogs, none that will accept Negroes. library down the ball offered
year low the So their
It quiet and figure the analysts centages. analysesof figures show that Goldwater's primary were about the same.
i! Americans are busy studying road Augusta, Ga. has five places that smelled escape. comfortably was and reas- themselves fixed as meaningful. the Illinois and Wisconsin best-fortified strongholds are

maps to plan the family vacation. take dogs, one that takes Negroes.In suringly of books. Prowling the And any worthy Republican results come out like this: crumbling under enormous Re- THE BACKERS of the pending

I For most, it is a time of excitement Charleston, S. C. there are 10 shelves and looking at titles, I opponent can depend on 1. Since 7S per cent of the publican opposition to his equal rights bill without,

and anticipation. For America's Net places where a dog can stay, not one discovered some articles pub- attracting the votes of the vote in the Wisconsin Democratic choice by the San Francisco substantial change would not,

t I groes, it can be a grim experience. for a Negro.In lished a few years ago fa The very considerable anti-Gold- and Republican pri- convention. however, be sustained by a
New Yorker,magazine dealing candid analysis of the protest
Hubert (Dem.
i Senator Humphrey with food. OLYMPUS By Interlandi THUS, BY using their own vote for Wallace In the Wis-
Minn.) described it in a speech to the 14 Southern and Border states, There are many sins com- BELOW special computer, and shifting consin and Illinois primaries.

4 Senate last week 85 to 90 per cent of all eating places, mitted in the name of cook- the gears to produce opposite The significance of the support

i hotels, motels and theaters in citiesof ing, and the outlook is'Dot meanings for the same sta- in the Wisconsin Democraticpoll I

"They must draw up travel plans less than 10,000 are closed to Ne everywhere good. Menus, es- LlJ tistics, the bipartisan anti- for that opponent of the
pecially in some of the newer r1r Goldwater group has it both legislation who, as Senator r
much as a general advancing across groes.
places given over to elaborate ways in findings widely circulated Jordan of North Carolina re-
1 hostile territory would establish his decorations, chrome and con : in the press and on marked, was a "bad image"of

: logistical support." Senator Humphrey summed up: trived "elegance," show an Increase video. the cause, cannot be ex-

, in "flaming" m a i n- Perhaps this juggling of vot- plained away by citing that,

I The senator pointed out that a Ne "If a white man is thirsty on a hot course and dessert sections. ing figures to establish ad- though the bipartisan margin

; gro family wanting to drive from day, he goes to the nearest soda Some chefs seem to be so hur- t.1I vance 'conclusions will be effective against Wallace was forecastat
ried they slop with wine, in- on the decisions of Con-
I Washington, D. C., to Miami, Fla., fountain. If he is hungry, he goes stead of cooking with it. \\t.\ gress and the national party a minimum of 90 per cent,

I ; must take into account the fact that to the nearest restaurant. If he The articles quoting the conventions. But, so far as it was, after all, 75. For if
Wallace with all those strikes
, { the average distance between places needs a restroom, he can go to the opinions of Mr. Hugh G. Flood, Goldwater's hopes to win the him could draw
against a protest
where it find nearest station. a resident of the area about Republican nomination are
,can accommodations gas vote of that size obviouslya
New York's Fulton Fish Mar- t
: : is 141 miles. On a trip from concerned, a candid analysisof respected opnonent like
ket Mr. Flood
are refreshing.
the Illinois
the nation's capital to New Orleans, "But for a Negro trying to geta was 93 years old at the time of I sults would supply primary sufficient re- Sen. Russell or Sen. Byrd of

the average distance between accom- glass of iced tea at a lunch counter the time of the writing, and evidence that these hopes are Virginia would have drawn

modations available to a Negro may result in insult and abuse, unlesshe had his aim set at living to be I dimming. Richard M. Nixon much more.

family is 174 miles. is willing to go out of his way, 115 years old. He believed he'd .) I was unopposed in the 1960 The outcome of Wallace'sbid

perhaps to walk across town. He can make it because he ate only presidential primary in that in the Indiana and Mary-
seafood. He was, he said, the
"What does such a family do if a never count on using a restroom, on world's only "seaf 0 0 detar- state but 782,849 Republicans land Democratic primariesmay
turned to vote for him. the contentionthat
out support
I child gets sick midway between getting a decent place to stay, on ian," and insisted that meat Wisconsinwas
his in
Four Robert showing
I '. towns where they will be accepted?" buying a good meal." and vegetables shorten life. <:7&tS Taft got years 73 per cent of the another freak performance -
': asked the senator. "What if there is IN ONE SECTION of the MaG
ballots historically
, book Mr. Flood and his friend Republican primary by an unpre-
I no vacancy?" Senator Humphrey was explainingto Mr. Murchison, a waiter, are "He's truly one of the great, unsung Americans the although; unlike Mrs. Smith, dictable electorate. But whatif

t the Senate why the section ,barr upset by one of those cute ar- only minority group he's against is school dropouts!" two of his opponents, Harold it doesn't?

'. Senators were told that in Columbus ing discrimination in public accommodations ticles about food written by a

! s Ga. there are six hotels and mot was placed in the Civil gentleman who had had a dish A VISITOR SURVEYS THE EVIDENCE

tels that accept white families withREALITY Rights Act. "created" in his honor, the
same being a'fillet of sole on

IN 'ERROR' baked high Libby's Indignationwas fish mar- Florida's Education $ $

II ket restaurant as follows:
"Of course, said Mr. Flood

Who to Follow Khrushchev? "you got to take into consid-

eration this fellow is a gour- By HOLT MCPHERSON the future as Is Florida which Is spending courageously and
met. A dish like that is just Editor almost outrageously, some think, to insure every c h II d'a
'I I By RICHARD WILSON country to Speaker of the won singly the powers of messy enough to suit a gour- The High Point, N. C., Enterprise having higher educational facilities close enough that the tax
Chief Cowles House of Chairman and
Representatives Premier.All met. They got bellies like of be obviated in that part of this country.IT .
) Washington Bureau Brezhnev Is also the cere- through the Khrushchev eat Never has it been so evident the future belongs to the better ignorance can
schoolgirls; they can any-
(I WASHINGTON The 'erroneous monial chief of state. regime there has been a power thing, just so it's messy." educated.And Florida is measuring up to that prospect perhaps even IS A MASSIVE attack on poverty at the grass roots.

report of Chairman Nikolai V. Pdogorny, 60, a struggle between those who "We got a lot of goormies inLibby's more effectively than most of her sister states, North Carolina And when we think back to the day of another generationwhen
: Nikita S. Khrushchev's death of the Communist wish to build first the indus- "
I secretary said Mr. Murchison. for all its emphasis on education, included. North Carolina had thriving academies scattered all
brought U.S. officials to a Party Central Committee, anda trial base which supplies mili- "I can spot a go o rm y Within a matter of just a few years Florida expects to havea across this .state, it is to recognize that much of the progress -
fuller realization that some member of the Presidium. tary power and those who wishto right off. Moment he sits junior college operating within 36 miles of every boy and which followed stemmed in no small degree from that

day they will have to deal Vasily I. Ployakov, 61, a. satisfy consumer demands. down he wants to know do we girl, regardless of color, religion or financial circumstance, in educational emphasis on the local level.
with his successor.It of the Central Khrushchev has tried it both have any booly-booze." lines
secretary Party the Sunshine State. > Florida is shaping a modern-day pattern along same
has been appreciated faa Committee. ways. "Bouillabaisse," said Mr.
financed from the top rather than the bottom.
general way that the These men, none of whom, ALONG WITH this has gone Flood. THEY ARE spending vast money to effectuate that program The results could affect greatly the course of higher educational -
70-year-old premier might become except Kozlov is very well the ideological struggle over "YES," CONTINUED Mr. confident it will pay off in the years to come. effort for years to come.
ill, die or just retire. But the role of world commu- Murchison, "and I tell him,
known in the Western world, Indeed, few states are pouring out money so confidently of t
it was not fully appreciateduntil are said to have been men- nism as the activist revolu- 'Quit showing off. We don't AT A LUNCHEON honoring the visiting American Council on

the report of his death tioned by Khrushchev as tionary force advocated by carry no booly-booze. Never Education for Journalism accreditation team held In Gainesville -
that this event would have the Red Chinese, or the less did. There's a time and a
among his possible I U c- recently, yours truly was seated next to Dr. Harry
such impact. cessors. belligerent Khrushchev policy place for everything. If you Washington MemoCowles Philpott, vice president of the University of Florida who pre-
The impact was one of fear of peaceful competition and was to go into a restaurantin sided in the absence of President J. Wayne Reitz. We were
and apprehension over the BUT IT IS not necessarily coexistence.How France," I asked him, delighted to find him one of the six sons of Lexington's lateB.

circumstances in which he in the nature of the Russian deeply this issue runs 'would you call for some Dan- C. Philpott, one of the truly great builders of the
might relinquish power or committee-type executive that within Russia itself is un- iel Webster fish chowder?' I Washington Bureau Southern furniture industry.We .

die, and the Russian policies Khrushchev could convey his known but it Is known that love a hearty eater, but I do SMALL ERROR: A reporter for a small Florida newspaperhad talked of University matters but he was
some necessarily,
despise a All theyno tremendous exclusive story for a little while last week,
which would follow. authority to a successor, Khrushchev has been highly far more interested in North Carolina than Florida
is booly-booze and pom- when the Space Agency launched a Gemini space craft, un-
experts say. sensitive to Red Chinese efforts -
politics at the governorship level. He had heard with considerable -
FOR, WITH ALL that Is said This might be the case especially to promote such internal pano and something that's out manned, on a test flight. The reporter was overheard talkingon interest that the three major candidates for the Democratic -
of season, nothing else willdo. at the site on Cape Kennedy apparentlyto
a telephone press ,
if he should die suddenly
and thought of Khrushchev dissent. This has been one of governorship nomination had expressed the assurance
And when they're through his editor a few minutes after the capsule had been launched. -
as a dangerous antagonist, or if power should be the sharpest issues with the that had his brother, the late Lieut. Gov. H. Cloyd Philpott,
don't settle their there isn't in it. That
eating they "No, he yelled, "they say any man
the net of it Is that his rule taken from him because of Red Chinese. check and go on about their mistake." been living, none of those three would be in the race now for
in Moscow has been stable. age or for any other reason. With Khrushchev out of the business. No, they sit there was that nomination. And we suspect that Is true, for had Cloyd
He has gone to the brink of Nor Is there any reason to power equation in Russia Philpott lived be likely could have the nomination by ac-
and deliver you a lecture on SMALL BRAINS: Dr. Louis Leakey, the British ,anthropologist
in Berlin and Cuba but believe that the government would arise the not beard of in
anxieties cIamation-something
war over what how it North Carolina politics
they et, good gave his male listeners a gleeful moment during a lec-
his general role In Commu- which would follow his wouldor attitude of the new leaders toward was, how it was almost as ture here, a few days ago and then he snatched it away since it happened to 0. Max Gardner 36 years ago.

nist world affairs has been would not be stable. Geor- the practicability of nuclear good as a piece of fish they from them. He said it was a matter of record that women's
one of restraint. gi Malenkov, who succeeded war. On this point, the had in the Caffy dee lab Pooty- brains averaged smaller than men's. He quickly added that FLORIDA HAS DEVELOPED an outstanding School of Communications -

Four men have been most Stalin, did not last long. Stal- Khrushchev attitude has been doo, in Paris France, on Jan there was no evidence whatever that human intelligence something distinctive in that institution which
often mentioned as his successor in died shortly after Presi- the same, now that Russia has uary 16, 1928; they remember varied with the size of the brain. Eskimos have the biggest has enjoyed phenomenal growth since World War II. On our

: dent Eisenhower took office in achieved a kind of nuclear every meal they ever et, or brains of all humans, Japanese the smallest, be said. infrequent visits to see the late Dr. Gideon L Humphreys,
Deputy Premier Frol Koz- 1952, and this was the begin- parity, as that of presidentsof make out they do." who retired to Gainesville after relinquishing the presidencyof

lov who, however, has been ning of a thaw In U. S. rely the United States. I have a certain sympathywith HOW YOU DO IT: A political scientist from Texas Tech has High Point College, we, kept abreast of the burgeoning

reported seriously Ill. tions with the Soviet Union. But no one knows if his suc- Mr. Flood and Mr. Mur- been doing research on how news is gathered In Washington.But school here in Gainesville.He .

} Leonid I. Brezhnev, 57, Khrushchev shared his power cessors would see as clearlyas chison. Of late I have been let him tell it: "The present research project was designedto : was prideful of what was going on, especially in the
Chairman of the Presidium for a time with Bulganfa he does the dangers to getting about the country, make use of two methodological techniques common to ex- medical school which has grown to considerable stature with
I of the Supreme Soviet, a position and then In a political coup Russia of any kind of nuclearwar. and travel has but quickened ploratory studies. The first includes a thorough survey of the one of the finest teaching hospitals anywhere. But weweren't

I' equal In status in thisVoice within the Central Committeeof my antipathy for cute places literature as a means of obtaining insights for gu ding em- as fully informed as we had thought we were abouta
and for "goo ies." The same pirical research into the problem Jnvestigations had to school which bad in the past 20 years jumped from an en-

I. .1 flickering neon lights wink at be conducted bearing directly on news source-newsman re- rollment of 3,500 to 17,000, with prospects of 20,000 within a

t the traveler by night and huge lationships. This meant talking with sources-public information very few years.
signs beckon by day along all officers-and newsmen-Washington correspondents. The Equally stimulating is the Intellectual climate that has

of the PeopleOn the highways. Rarely Is the result was what is termed in methodological parlance as experience transformed this southern center of learning into one of the
promise of them fulfilled.IN survey." bright spots of higher education in this country. That is progress
THE MIDWEST the with a capital P. And particularly in the field of radio,

roadside food is dowdy and un- SIGN'LANGUAGE: One of the souvenirs you can get at the television, as well as journalism, Is that remarkable develop-

= The Sun's Opinion Page= distinguished and in the Westit World Fair is a metal ashtray, compliments of U. S. Steel, ment evident.
runs to a phony Mexican showing a view from what the illiterate corporation describesas
Opl..101.4 .f Sun readers art welcome !. the Voice .f the People column. Letters and cutie-pie "ranch style" "The Plaza of the Astronauts." which compares favorablywith SPRING WAS BREAKING out *H over as we moved Into
must be signed and bear tile writers address. Names will be withheld If requested. A letter should vittles. In the South it Is some dozens of police signs that have appeared lately Gainesville glowing with azalea, dogwood, dalfodflf and all
net exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The & manner of flowering shrubs In
'fried.uThe evidence. Gainesville
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or on Washington's downtown streets: "Curb Lane for Busses The dry of
I Intent. truth of it is there is Only." The favorite of local connoiseurs, however, is a sign beautifully the transformation that has come

1 Communists ,surprise. The bourgeoisiewill ciliation of the Socialist and good food in all states and reg- near a big bridge construction job: "No Unauthorized Tres- ever the University, having developed from a sleepy little
ions, but it must be sought out passing.1eEQUAL college town Into a city bustling with development worthyof
have to be put to sleep.So Bourgeois ideologies. On the patiently and with skill.-Those the great university burgeoning In its midst
j Talk 'Peace'EDITOR intensifi- .
on we shall begin by launching contrary cation of, it the Implies struggle of the who have ruined eating placesare TIME: The antics of politicians plugging their home We have known Gainesville for many, many years, but the

j Sun: President the most spectacular class of all the Communist those who will eat a D y- towns are often interesting and sometimes informative. Take way it Is growing convinces as that real estate prospects are

Johnson recently said that In peace movement on record. working parties, for the triumphof where just so the place the campaign of Rep. Cornelius E. Gallagher (D., N.J.) to put brightest where education has the emphasis.ONE .
his view Soviet.PremierKhrushchev There will be electrifying 'overtures ideas.!' looks "cute" and has the Newark back in its native state., Gallagher wrote to the port
Is "seeking to and unheard of con Socialist Communist' of "goormies. of New York Authority complaining that stewardesses on air- FELLOW was just in from Utah and Colorado where
J preserve peace In the world," cessions. The capitalist countries The "Fundamentals Party Herbs are honorable, and planes landing there announced that they were approaching"New John Blrcbers have control of the legislature In one Instance,
and that so long as he "talks stupid and decadent will America in of necessary, but they, too are York Via Newark Terminal" New Jersey, he said, the board of control in'the other. The slashing of educational
In peaceful terms, he will always rejoice to cooperate In their Communism page 31: "A in danger of being made into a would like equal time on flights landing at New York's La- support which came with their drawing blood In budgetary
have our ear." own destruction. They will real assured people's peaceis cult by those who don't know Guardia airfield. slicing showed more eloquently than anything they bade saidwhat
possible only under Com- anything about them. .the their purposes school
What do the Communistsmean jump at another chance to be are-and the fact that juornalism
munism. goormies. ? .who throw them budgets suffered most merely dictators
friends. As soon as they corroborates that when
when they talk of are down we will smash them Nikita Khrushchev: "Any into food like hay Into a W move in they seek first of all to destrop the press and the free
? Let them
peace answer for one who thinks we have for- thresher. communication of ideas
with clenched fist. through
our the mass media.
I themselves: saken Marxism-Leninism deceives Next time I go to New YorkI FYtfl41;; R. The danger to freedom was never greater in this country-
Dimitrl Manuilsky In 1931: Nikita Khrushchev In 1961: himself. That won't am going to, see if Mr. education is the finest possible antidote for poison finding Its
"Today of course, we are not Peaceful coexistence of happen till the shrimp learnsto Flood Is still around. I 'hope way into the bloodstream of America from those who would

strong enough to attack..To .countries, with different social whistle." he made it. I, too, despise a I rlt, misuse freedom to serve their own blind and 04en.aorr'1 pur- .
win we shall need the element systems does not mean con- A READER "goormy." poses. +

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L l 1 0i.aiUt5uille Sut OF r Juggling, the Primaries: .

I Newfork tmtli had forecast, its political and Goldwater group has it both equally hot contest for the

r JOHN R. HARR1SOX. President ad By ARTHUR KROCK press augurs reverse their ways in findings widely cir- Republican gubernatorial -
blUhen PAT COWLES. VU Prett SOUTHBy test of the meaning of per- culated in the press and on choice in 1960, the votingin
ED JOHNSON' Vie Presidentand
{ dents
e ExeemUT Editor W. 'G. (BfflEBEKSOLE. ) WASHINGTON Sen. Gold- centages. So their analysesof video. that and in the presidential
Florida's Beautiful ,. Tie President and Advertising i water has deliberately made the Illinois and Wisconsin Perhaps this juggling of vot- primary were about the same.

I University City' rt DirreUn BOB TABTAG- RALPH McGILL I himself the most controvert results come out like this: ing figures to establish ad- THE BACKERS of the pend

I, DONE Manager.Vie Froiiens and CtrcalaUoa I Palltser the Atlanta Prix Winning(Ga.) CouU PmkUdierOI .Uoa | sial figure in this presidentialyear 1. Since 75 per cent of the vance conclusions will be ef- ing equal rights bill without

by taking positions to vote in the Wisconsin Democratic fective on the decisions of Con- substantial change would not,

\k I j .P., THE SUN'S POLICY 'I DoDespise which a very influential group and Republican pri- gress and the national party however, be sustained by a
I and articulate in both conventions. But, so far as
I 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. group maries was cast for candi- candid analysis of the protest
f 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials parties and in the press is dates who support the House Goldwater's hopes to win the vote for Wallace in the Wis-

3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. AGoormy' emotionally opposed. Hence, bill, the fact that Gov. Wallaceof Republican nomination are consin and Illinois primaries.
even when he wins emphatically Alabama gathered only 25 concerned, a candid analysisof The significance of the supportin
The Sun's telephones: All Departments -372-8441 as in the Illinois presidential per cent of the total demon- the Illinois primary re- the Wisconsin Democraticpoll

'.' Want Ads. -376-4672 preference primary, the strates the weakness of the sults would supply sufficient for that opponent of the

victory will be analyzed ad- protest of which he was the evidence that these hopes are legislation who, as Senator

tE versely on the argument that sole symbol, just as adequately dimming. Richard M. Nixon Jordan of North Carolina remarked
I F I Travel in Hostile Territory cocktail There was a crush at the his total percentage fell be- for practical purposes as was unopposed in the 1960( was a "bad image"of

party reception. A low the figure the analysts the forecast maximum of 10 presidential primary in that the cause, cannot be explained
This is the time of year when dogs, none that will accept: Negroes. library down the hall offered themselves fixed as meaningful. per cent would have done. state, but 782,849 Republicans away by citing that,

Americans are busy studying road Augusta, Ga. has five places that smelled escape. It was quiet and add And any worthy Republican 2. Since Goldwater po led turned out to vote for him. though the bipartisan margin
comfortably reas-
: maps to plan the family vacation. take dogs, one that takes Negroes.In suringly of books. Prowling the opponent can depend on only 64 per cent of the Re- Four years previously, Robert against Wallace was forecastat
excitement Charleston S. C. there 10 attracting the votes of the publican total in the Illinois Taft got 73 per cent of the a minimum of 90 cent.
I For most, it is a time of are shelves and looking at titles, I per
very considerable anti-Gold- presidential primary, and 26 Republican primary ballots, it after all 75. For if
was, ,
and anticipation. For America's Negroes places a dog can stay, not one, some articles pub-
,. water faction in the party in per cent was cast for Mrs. although, unlike Mrs. Smith, Wallace with all those strikes
lished few
in The
I it can be a grim experience. for a Negro.In New Yorker a magazine years ago dealing the primaries to come.A Senator Smith of Maine, whose two of his opponents, HaroldE. against him could draw a pro-

Senator Hubert Humphrey (Dem., with food. nomination prospects are gen- Stassen and particularly test vote of that size, obviouslya

i Minn.) described it in a speech to the 14 Southern and Border states, There are many sins com- LARGE SEGMENT of erally deemed to be nil, these General Eisenhower, were respected opoonent like

II Senate last week: 85 to 90 per cent of all eating places, mitted in the name of cook- this influential and articulate figures show that Goldwater's supported by well financed Sen. Russell or Sen. Byrd of

hotels, motels and theaters in citiesof ing, and the outlook is not bipartisan group is also com- best-fortified strongholds are nation-wide organizations.In Virginia would have drawn

"They must draw up travel plans less than 10,000 are closed to Ne everywhere good. Menus, especially mitted to the House approved crumbling under enormous Re- the 1964 Illinois pri- much more.
\ in some of the newer equal rights legislation now publican opposition to his mary also, 150,000 Republicans The outcome of Wallace'sbid
much as a general advancing across groes. places given over to elaborate pending in the Senate and choice by the San Francisco who participated in the in the Indiana and Mary-

\ hostile territory would establish his decorations, chrome and con- against any truly moderating convention. hot contest between CharlesH. land Democratic primariesmay

: logistical support." Senator Humphrey summed up: trived "elegance," show an increase amendment. Therefore, whena Percy and William J. support the contentionthat

in "flaming" m a i n- popular referendum, as in THUS, BY using their own Scott for the party nominationfor his showing in Wisconsinwas

I The senator: pointed out that a Ne- "If a white man is thirsty on a hot course and dessert sections. the Wisconsin presidential special computer, and shiftingthe governor did not mark another freak performance -
Some chefs seem to be so hur- preference primary, indicates gears to produce opposite the presidential ballot. And by an historically
family wanting to drive from day, he goes to the nearest soda unpre-
ried they slop with wine, in- notably greater opposition to meanings for the same sta- Scott, the loser, was an all- dictable electorate. But whatif
\ Washington, D. C., to Miami, Fla., fountain. If he is hungry, he goes stead of cooking with it. the House draft than the Goldwater man. In an it doesn't?

must take into account the fact that to the nearest restaurant. If he The articles quoting the I

!: the average distance between places needs a restroom, he can go to the opinions of Mr. Hugh G. Flood, groupCOLORED

I I' where it can find sleeping accommo- nearest gas station. a resident of the area about NEWS
\ New York's Fulton Fish Mar I
dations is 141 miles. On a trip from ,
ket, are refreshing. Mr. Flood
the nation's capital to New Orleans, "But for a Negro trying to geta was 93 years old at the time of B. F. Chllds, Colored News Editor ::

the distance between glass of iced tea at a lunch counter the time of the and
accommodations writing,
average PERSONALSMiss
i 3 Rev. H.
p. m. Foye, pas- contests the best in the Contest of the Uniform Companies
available to a Negro may result in insult and abuse, unlesshe had his aim set at living to be tor, and also congregation will following dances: The Cha Cha, of the Grand Union Pall

Ii family is 174 miles. is willing to go out of his way, 115 years old. He believed he'd Mary H. Smith, of Mi- conduct a joint service from the Limbo Rock, the Monk e y,I bearers will come to a close on
perhaps to walk across town. He can make it because he ate only ami, who has been visiting Archer. The Ushers' Board No. the Hooderville Hop, Swing and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Temple .
seafood. He was, he said, the here for the past two weeks 2 and Choir No. 2 will Heat
"What does such a family do if a never count on using a restroom, on world's only "seaf o o detar- with her sister, Mrs. Hattie M. Visitors are welcome to serve.wore Wave. at Tampa.ANNIVERSARIES.

child gets sick midway between getting a decent place to stay, on ian," and insisted that meat Wilson, and other relativesleft ship with us. Mrs. Elizab e t h Prizes will also be given on

towns where they will be accepted?" buying a good meal." and vegetables shorten life. yesterday for her home. Kimbrough, reporter. the hour every hour 8 p.m. until -

asked the senator. "What if there is IN ONE SECTION of the Miss Annie Mae Brown and PROGRESSThe IN
Spring Hill On the
book Mr. Flood and his friend -
I no vacancy?" Senator Humphrey was explainingto Miss Carrie Gilbert, both of fourth Sunday Mr. Brockley and There will be refreshments on
Mr. Murchison
a are
Rek. W. A.
Deland, will spend the week sale. ,
f the Senate why the section barr- John Rue will be ordained. The
by of those cute ar-
upset one
and also the Greater Ft. Clark
end here with Miss Brown'srelatives. Advance
( Senators were told that in Colum- ing discrimination in public accomm- ticles about food written by a tickets, 50 cents; at Baptist Church joint anniversaries
door 65 cents. -
Sponsored by the
n odations was placed in the Civil gentleman who had had a dish Senior Class' Parents. began Tuesday and end on
tel- Rights Act. "created" in his honor, the Mrs. Lena Anderson returned NOTICE Monday.
V same being a fillet of sole on here yesterday from Dothan,
.j baked bananas. Indignationwas Ala., where she was combining Th Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion Today at 8 p.m., Rev. B. C.

: I' REALITY IN 'ERROR' high in Libby's fish mar- business and pleasure for the Church will worship and fellow-I'' SPECIAL NOTICE Clonton, pastor, along with the
ket follows week. ship at the Hopewell B a p congregation of the Galilee Bap-
I' restaurant as : past -
will be sold in the
I:, "Of course," said Mr. Flood, Church on Sunday at 7 p.m. tist Church from Hawthorne will
Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Rev. parsonage of the St. PaulA
W. L. Souder
pastor. conduct
a joint
Who Follow Khrushchev? "you got to take into consideration -
to this fellow is a and daughter, Ella, all of Pitts- M. E. Church, corner 8th St.,
burgh, Pa., whose visit here and 5th Ave., on Saturday. Rev.:
J A dish like that is
( met. just
By RICHARD WILSON country to Speaker of the won singly the powers of and Jacksonville for the pas t B. F. Weary, pastor. !
enough 'a NEWS
i Chief, CowlesWashington House of Representatives Chairman and Premier.All messy gour- two weeks has been pleasant, The price of the dinners is
jnet. They got bellies like
Bureau Brezhnev is also the ceremonial through the Khrushchev left yesterday for their home. Dinners will be sold at the I $1. YOUTH DAY
schoolgirls; they can any-
WASHINGTON The erroneous chief of state. regime there has been home of Mrs. Estella Davis on
a -
power thing, just so it's messy. Miss Lula M. Jackson, of Mi- Youth Day service will be
I I report of Chairman Nikolai V. Pdogorny, 60, a struggle between those who "We got a lot of goormies inLibby's ami, passed through Gaines- Saturday at 12 noon in the in- conducted at the Mt. Zora Baptist *
I : Nikita S. Khrushchev's death wish to build terest of the Willing Workers' TO WORSHIP AT
first the "
of the Communist indus- Murchison.
secretary said Mr. ville yesterday en route to St. C h u rch Sunday with Rev.
I brought U.S. officials to a Party Central Committee, anda trial base which supplies mili- "I can spot ago o r m y Augustine to visit with her sister -Club of the Spring Hill Baptist JACKSONVILLEMt. LeRoy Thompson, pastor, in

fuller realization that some member of the Presidium. tary power and those who wishto right off. Moment he sits Mrs. Minnie Murray, and Church. Olive Primitive B a p tist charge.

day they will have to deal Vasily I. Ployakov, 61, a satisfy consumer demands. down he wants to know do we other relatives for a week. For delivery service, call 376-( Church will worship jointly at I

I with his successor. secretary of the Party Central Khrushchev has tried it both have any booly-booze." 3840. Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; the Macedonia Baptist Church,

I It has been appreciated in Committee. ways. "Bouillabaisse," said Mr. James Madison Gainesville, of Tampa, Mrs. Barbara H. Bryant, reporter. on Forest and Run St., with I BOARD SLATES MEETINGThe
a general that the ALONG WITH this has Flood. passed through yes- Rev. R.
I way These men, none of whom gone J. Gainous, pastor, Sun-
70-year-old premier might be except Kozlov is very well the ideological struggle over "YES," CONTINUED Mr. terday Edward en Waters route to visit at day 3 p.m. at Jacksonville. Stewardess' Board of the

come ill, die or just retire. Butit known in the Western world, the role of world commu- Murchison, "and I tell him, sonville. College at Jack Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church

was not fully appreciateduntil are said to have been men- nism as the activist revolu- 'Quit showing off. We don't PROGRAM SET will hold its meeting at the

the report of his death tioned by Khrushchev as tionary force advocated by carry no booly-booze. Never Rev. W. N. Ferguson, pastorof CONTEST CLOSING SUNDAYThe home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
that this event would have his possible s u c- the Red Chinese, or the less did. There's a time and a Mt. Pleasant Methodist The City Wide Gospel Chorus Hurst on N.W. 7th Ave., Sundayat

such impact. cessors.among belligerent Khrushchev poli- place for everything. If you Church, was a business visitorat will render a musical program State King and Queen 4 p.m.Duncan.
of of was to go into a restaurantin at the Spring Hill Baptist
The impact was one fear cy peaceful competition and. Jacksonville recently.
and apprehension over the BUT IT IS not necessarilyin coexistence.How F r a n c e," I asked him, Church Sunday at 3 p.m. in the

circumstances in which he the nature of the Russian deeply this issue raw 'would you call for some Dan- interest of the Willing Work

might relinquish power or committee-type executive that within Russia itself is un- iel Webster fish chowder?' I CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS ers' C I u b. The musical rendi-
die, and the Russian policies Khrushchev could convey his known, but it is known that love a hearty eater, but I do tions will be under the directionof I

which would follow. authority to a successor, Rus- Khrushchev has been highly despise a goormy. All theyno Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday Mrs. Doretha Miller.

sian experts say. sensitive to Red Chinese efforts is booly-booze and pom- School, 9:30 am.; morning
The is invited.
public Rev. T. !\ WINNIE MCCRAY
I Brothers Morticians
FOR This might be the pano and something that's out worship, 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30<
WITH ALL that is said case especially to promote such internal D. Davis, pastor; Mrs. BarbaraH. I in
are charge.
and thought of Khrushchevas if he should die suddenly dissent. This has been one of of season, nothing else willdo. p.m.; and evening worship 1 Bryant, reporter. Final rites for Mrs. Winnie

a dangerous antagonist, or if power should be the sharpest issues with the And when they're through p.m. There will be midweek McCray of Arredonda, who died JOYCE ANN ROBINSION
the net of it is that his rule taken from him because of Red Chinese. eating they don't settle their Meditation Services Tuesday, Monday at her home followinga

in Moscow has been stable. age or for any other reason. With Khrushchev out of the check and go on about their 7:30 pjn.; Youth Forum Wed- REV. WILLIAM lingering illness, will be conducted Graveside services for Joyce
business. No, they sit there nesday, 7:30 pjn., and also Sunday at 2:30 Ann Robinson of Alachua will be
He has gone to the brink of Nor is there any reason to power equation in Russia SPEAKS SUNDAY : p. n* I
and deliver a lecture on both choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will;
you from the Wesley M. E. Church neld at the St. Matthews Ceme-
war in Berlin and Cuba, but believe that the government anxieties would arise over the
what they et, how good it have their rehearsal and Ushers with the Rev. Robert James of tery in Alachua
his general role in Commu- which would follow his would attitude of the new leaders toward The Rev. Jerald J. Williams, Saturday at 11
nist world affairs has been or would not be stable. Geor- the practicability of nuclear was, how it was almost as Board No. 2 meets, 8 p.m., a member of Mount Pleasant 1 ficiating. Interment will follow a.m. with Rev. Detroit Williams
good as a piece of fish they leachers Meeting, Thurs- Methodist Church, will be the in the Patterson Ceme- officiating. Her immediate
one of restraint. gi Malenkov, who succeeded war. On this point, the had in the Caffy dee lab day 8 and both choirs
Pooty- ,
p.m.; These services are under survivors include her
principal speaker at the Old Je- tery. parents,
Four men have been most Stalin, did not last long. Stal- Khrushchev attitude has been
doo in Paris France Jan- Nos. and
1 2 will have
on again rusalem Baptist Church Sundayat the direction of the Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Tumpy Robinson;
often mentioned as his successor in died shortly after Presi- the same, now that Russia has
remember their rehearsal
16,1928 they
uary ; Friday, pjn 8 p.m., April 19., Chestnut Funeral Home. brothers, Larry, James, Donell
: dent Eisenhower took office in achieved a kind of nuclear every meal they ever et, or Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. and Frederick Robinson sis-
Deputy Premier Frol Koz- 1952, and this was the begin- parity, as that of presidentsof make out they do." Esther W. Hamm, reporter. The public is invited. MRS. ELREATH GIPSON ters, Mary and Laura Robinsonand ;
1ov who, however, has been ning of a thaw in U. S. rela- the United States. I have a certain sympathywith
reported seriously ill. the Soviet Union. Johnson Chap J Baptist Final rites for Mrs. Elreath grandmother, Mrs. Mary
tions with
But no one knows if his successors Mr. Flood and Mr. Mur- Cox, all of Alachua. Dunca
Leonid I. Brezhnev, 57, Khrushchev shared his power would see as clearlyas chison. Of late I have been Sunday SchooJ, *' 5 a.m.; morn PLANS PROGRAMThe Gipson of Micanopy, who died Brothers
Chairman of the Presidiumof ing worship, 11 "am.; B.T.U., Monday at her home followinga Morticians are in
for a time with Bulganinand he does the dangers to getting about the country, charge.
the Supreme Soviet, a posi- then in a political coup Russia of any kind of nuclearwar. and travel has but quickenedmy 6 pjn.; and night services, Friendship Choirs Union lingering illness, will be con-

tion equal in status In this within the Central Committee antipathy for cute places 7:30 p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor, will present a program at the ducted Sunday at 2:30 p.m. from MRS. LUVENIA ALDRIDGE
and for "goo ies. The same pastor; Mrs. Harriet Jones, re :Emanuel Baptist Church entitled the Ward Chapel AM.E. Church

flickering neon lights wink at porter.Mt. "Choirs in Parade" on Sunday with the Rev. Adkins officiating. Funeral services f&r Mrs. Lu-

the traveler by night and huge Pleasant Methodist :: at 3 p.m. instead of the Interment will follow in the Mi- venia Aldridfe, of 501 SE 14th
beckon all Church Shady Grove Primitive Baptist: canopy Cemetery. These serv- St., will be held at the Free
by day along School
signs 9:30
am.; morn-
Voice of the I Church as was stated in Thurs ices are under the direction of Cannon Methodist Church in
People the highways. Rarely is the ing worship, 11 ajn.; and even-
promise of them fulfilled.IN ing worship, 7 pm. Rev. W. M.C C day's: paper, Rev. J. D. Davis, the Hughes and Chestnut Fun- Waldo Sunday at 3 p.m. with
eral Home.
THE MIDWEST the Ferguson, pastor. J pastor. Rev. Stitts officiating. inter-
I roadside food is dowdy and undistinguished ment will follow there. Duncan
-On The Sun's Opinion Page: and in the Westit Hope Well Baptist Sunday BABY BOY WILLIAMS Brothers Morticians are in
School, 10 a.m. after Sun-
runs to a phony Mexicanand ]ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED Baby boy Williams of Mel- charge.MRS.
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cutie-pie "ranch style"vittles. day School, the Women's Home died Tuesday at the Ala CARRIE SMITH
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should In the South it is Mission will meet. There will There will be an e n t e r tain- rose,
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The "fried." be a fish fry on April 25 at ]ment given at the home of Mr.I chua General Hospital followinga Funeral services for Mrs.
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or church. The church is located on :and Mrs. S. C. Price on Sunday brief illness. He is the son of Smith
intent. The truth of it is there is Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Williams of I of Brooker, will be heldat
N. W. 6th Street. Rev. W. J. j from 4:30 to 5:30 pjn. the Greater Bell
Communists of surprise. The bourgeoisiewill dilation of the Socialist and good food in all states and reg- Melrose. Funeral arrangementsare Methods
ions, but it must be sought out Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon incomplete and will be announced 'Church in Brooker on Sundayat
Bourgeois ideologies. On the
have to be to sleep.So reporter.
put and with 11 ajn. with Rev. Anderson
patiently skilL Those
Talk on 'Peace' contrary, it implies intensifi- later by the Hughes
we shall begin by launch- who have ruined CONVALESCING I officiating. Interment will followin
cation of the struggle of the eating placesare Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion and Chestnut Funeral Home.I
I EDITOR, Sun: President ing the most spectacularpeace those who will eat the Rhuda Branch,Cemetery.
working class, of all the Com- a n y- Church School 10 am.; and Willie Brown, who underwent
I i Johnson recently said that in movement on record. munist parties for the triumphof where just so the place morning worship, 11 a.m. Rev. surgery in the Veterans' Hospital MRS. MARIE PIUS She was a pioneer citizen of her
his view Soviet Premier There will be electrifying overtures looks "c u t e" and has the ,. W. L. Souder, pastor. Lake I community and a m e m b er of
at City has returnedo
Socialist ideas. J Funeral services for Mrs.
Khrushchev is "seeking to and unheard of con "goormies." j the, local P a 11 b e arers Lodge.
The Communist of t his home and was reportedas Pitts of 714 SE 8th Street will
Party Mt. ,
Moriah Sunday
Baptist J Duncan
in Brothers
g preserve peace the world, cessions. The capitalist coun- Herbs are honorable, and Morticians
and that so long as he "talksin tries, stupid and decadent will America in "Fundamentals of necessary, but they, too. are School 9:45 ajn.; morning improving. be held at the Mt. Moriah Baptist are in charge.

peaceful terms, he will always rejoice to cooperate in their Communism" page 31: "A in danger of being made into a worship. 11 ajn.; B.T.U., 5:03 Church Saturday at 3 pjn.
real assured people's peaceis p.m.; and evening worship, 6:30 with Rev. L. A. Tillman officiat JOHN WILLIAMS
have our ear. own destruction. They will cult by those who don't know
What do the Communistsmean jump at another chance to be possible' only under Com anything about them. .the pm. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor I DANCE SCHEDULEDThere ing. John Williams of 1919 NW 5th

when they talk of friends. As soon as they munism. goormies. .who throw them ; Mrs. Jerlene Gainey, re will be a Teenage Her immediate survivors include Ave. died Monday night after a

peace? Let them answer for are down we win smash them Nikita Khrushchev: "Any into food like hay into a porter. Spring Dance at the Chestnut C her husband and children I brief illness. He was a pioneer

themselves: with our clenched fist"Nikita one who thinks we have for- thresher. Mt. Herman Baptist Sun- (Gymnasium on Friday April 24, 1 Randolph, Willie, Adell Rebecca c citizen of Alacbua County and a

Dimitri Z. in saken Marxism-Leninism de- Next time 1 go to New YorkI day School, 9:30 ajn. with the a it 8 p.m., soonsored for the Dorothy Mae and Isaac I member of the Mt. Herman
of Manuilsky 1931: Khrushchev in 1961: ceives himself. That won't am going to see if Mr. superintendent and teachers in S Senior Class of Lincoln High J Pitts, city, Franklin Vaughn. N. I Baptist Church.: Funeral arangements -
_ 0 "Today course, we are not Peaceful coexistence of happen till the shrimp 5learns Flood is still around. I hope charge. Following Sunday S School: A swing band will furnish J. and Mrs. Parnell Stewardt, r' will be. aaaounced

l win strong enough shall need to attack..To countries,with different social -to whistle. he made it. I, too, despise a ,School, there will be Baptism; music. c city; a brother, James Vaughn, (ater by the Duncan .Brothers

_f .-- we- :the _element-, systems -does_not. mean,.con-.- x READER ,"goormy.. ", _.. .:'the: rally will come ,to" an end, Features ,at this ,dance will renn., and six grand children. !Morticians.Gainesville .

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1 Friday, April 17, 1964 'Gainesville Sun 5

A RESOLUTION FIXING THE \ I' SW. 4th Place from its Intersection with $.W. 28th Street, to'Its inter' 1. Helen G. Davis Golfview Estates ASSESSMENT ROLL
Street. .
I Total Length cf Line ITS.00 Ft. 2. Anita Winston Golfview Estates
ADOPTING AND Total Front Footage 1.965J5 F&. PB Bit Let 117 71.00 1300 with NW 29th Street to Its intersection -
Frontage to be Assessed 1,467.55 Ft. 3. C. B. & Golfview Estates
TO Jacqueline Opp
PUBLICATION DIRECTING Total length of line
\ THAT ; AND Rate of Assessment $3.00 per front ,foot PB B-88 Lot 111 t30 27990 t. 436.00 ft.
i I. STATEMENTS BE MAILED TO THE PROPERTY OWNERS. Total Assessment W.402.65 4. R. L. I Mary Montague Golfview Estates Total front footage 1.261.56 ft.
'I WHEREAS, 'uneer the provisions' of Ordinance No. 1127 passed by ASSESSMENT. Frontage to be assessed 937.16 ft.
, NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB B-U Lot tt 142.00 426.00
City Commission on the 7th day of January, A.D. 1943 certain: NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED Rate of assessment f 3.00 per front ft.

I Sanitary sewer lines were ordered to te constructed a portion of whichioentif"aed 1. G.c. 8. Shirley Fulton Golfview EstatesPB ASSESSMENT ROLL ... Total assessment $281148
I t were as 4024-B In said Ordinance No. 1127. and are specifically B-88. Lot 3t 57JO 17250 FOR SANITARY SEWER ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE' FRONT AMOUNT

0ewU \\ the .Schedule" attached hereto and by this reference hereby 2. G. C. & Shirley Fulton Golfview Estates In SW 27th Street from Its intersection with SW 3rd Place to Its intersection NO OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
t t made a part hereof; and PB B-88. Lot 38 with SW 5th PlaceTotal 1. J. E. & Vera Brogdon Black Acres

i .- Unit 2 PB E.t
and NW-LY f of length of line 15300ft.
WHEREAS:, Mid work In Section 6Q26-B has been accomplished In accordance Lot 37 tJ.00 27900 Total frontage 1361.80 n. Lot 5 nIl 24936

with the plans and specifications therefor and the same is here 3. Martha G. Davis Golfview EstatesPB Frontage to be assessed 1098.30 ft. 2. C. B. ft Wesalm Plummer Jr. Black Acres .'

) by. .accepted and approved; B-88 Lot 37 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. .. Unit 2 PB E-f

I I NOW"TH REFORE.I less NWLY r 55.00 165.00 Total assessment S3.294.tO Lot tBlack 10247 30411

.. : PB B-M Lot 36 65.00 195.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE Unit 2 PB E t -
Section '1. That the total cost of said sewer lines Is in each instance 5. J.H. t Ruth Andersen, Jr. Golfview Estates 1. J. D. 8. Anna Pope Gotfview EstatesPB ASSESSED 4. H. B. L Lot 13Black 115.00 34500
equal' to the' estimated and advertised cost thereof as set forth in Ordinance PB B.... Lot 35A 60.00 110.CO B-U Lot 21 72.00 Mary Young Acres
( No. 1127 and the rate of assessment per front foot upon abutting 4. J. N. A Ruth Anderson Jr. Golfview Estates 2. J. L. & Sue Williams Golfview Estates 216.00 Unit 2 PB E.t

i I property fronting .on said improvements, is hereby ordained to be the PB B-M Lot 35 60.00 ISO.00 ,.'. PBB-8IN-l.YtI Lot 22 120.00 36000
amount set forth In the attached 7. J. N. & Ruth EstatesPB
assessment roll therefor, which is hereto Anderson Jr. Golfview of Lot 2t 13.00 24tOO

aDd by this reference hereby made a part hereof. Bah Com 3. P. I. Bernice Miracle (Paris) Golfview Estates 1. E. A. 4 Marie Clayton EAST Black SIDE Acres DESCRIPTION ,.

9 Section 2: That the assessment rolls for each of the sewer lines listed NW Cor Lot 32. PB B-88 S Unit 2 PB E.t
.re attached hereto and The same are hereby adopted and confirmed. run SW-LY to Pt ioy of Lot 2t & E Lot 9
and each and every one of the assessments shown thereon Is hereby declared on E Une of St 10r of Lot 30 13.00 249.COGolfview J. C. & Ann Donaldson Black Acres 1143 349.12. \
to be, and shall the 33 Ft SE-LY 4. Nell W. Dempsey EstatesPB
remain legal valid. and binding liens upon Unit 2 PB E.t t
property against which said assessments are made until the same are from SW Cor of B-U Lot 31 Lot 12Black
paid in accordance with law. Lot :34. N 33 Ft to & N 13Vt ft of 3. J. C. L Joan Parker Acres moo
SW Cor Lot 34 ELY ;
, Section 1. That this Lot 32 2JO 277JO unit 2 PB E t
Resolution the attached description of the sanitarysewer S line -
along .
5. D. J. & Sara Horan Golfview Estates
C lines s. constructed, and. the assessment rolls shall be publishedone Lot 34 to SE Cor Lot 23Black 100.00 38.M
time in PB B-ES Lot 32 4. G.LK. ft Laverne Turn: .
} the Gaineville Sun. a newspaper of general circulation pub Lot 34 SE-l.Y" Acres
I tithed in this City. and each special assessment shown on the attachedroll Ft to NW Cor of less N 13Vi n Unit 2 Lot 27
and Lot 33 I less
shall bear interest' from such publication date at the rate and under Lot 32 8 to POB 9300 27900 PB EtBlack 100.00 90009
the conditions as set forth in said part as DB 168- 5. Black Acres Inc. Acre
, Ordinance No. 1127 unless paid within I. W.A. I Marie Gager Golfview Estates
thirty (30)'days from such publication. Pg t 10150 :30459 Unit 2 PB E.t
PB Bah Lot 48 1030 240 tO
.. B. G. & Dons Mykmg Golfview Estates
Section 4. The. Clerk of the Commission Is hereby directed to mail to Lot 21 10000 30009!
PB B-88 Lot 57 100.00 30000
each property owner shown on the attached assessment roll within five SOUTH SIDEGolfview
7. B.
G. 8. Doris Mykmg Golfview EstatesPB
U k days from the date of the publication of the assessment roll called 1. G.c. S. Shirley Fulton EstatesPB ASSESSMENT ROLL
B-81 Lot 58 14200 426.00 FOR SANITARY
for m Section 3 of SEWER
this Resolution a bill for the actual amount due B-88 Lot 51 121.00 363.00
. toy him according to said 2. G.C. &
assessment roiL Shirley Fulton Golfview EstatesPB In NW
Place. its
f EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION from Intersection with NW
PASSED 27th Terrltt to Ita lntelw
this Km day of April. A.D.. 1964. B-88 Lot 52 110.00 330.00 1. H. E. I Marlon Allen Golfview EstatesPB section with NW 26th Streel.
(S) HOWARD 3. M. I. & Gussie
I McKINNEYMayorCommissioner Rudderman Golfview Estates
B-U Lot 40 65.00 195.00 Total length of line 675.00 ft.
I PB B-88 Lot 53 '..00 294.00 2. D. R. f Delia Allen Golfview Estates Total front footage 1,300.00 n.
ATTEST: 4. M. I. t Gussie Rudderman Golfview EstatesPB
PB B-U Lot.1 5480 170.40 Frontage to be assessed
1.300.00 ft.
IS) A. CLARENCE 54 9200
O'NEILL B-88 Lot 27600
3. H. B. t Anne Clark GoHview EstatesPB Rate of assessment
Clerk of the Commission S. Annie W. Ebaugh Golfview EstatesPB 3.00 per front ft.
I B-U Lot 50 60.00 110.00 Total assessment $3,90000
B-88 Lot 55 76.00 22800 4. H. B. t Anne Clark Golfview EstatesPB
.. P. R. & Laura Grimes Golfview EstatesPB
Bah Lot 56 7400 222.00 S. G. t Olga Spache (George) Golfview Estates NO. OWNER
I. I* Southwest 3rd Plact 7. Fla. Conference of the DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
from Its Golfview Estates
with Southwest 28th Street PB Bat Lot 14 177.50 532.50 1. J. A. .. Muriel Hogan Hibiscus Park
to its intersection with Southwest 26th Street; Methodist Church Inc. PB B-88 Lot 77 65.05 mis. .
I 1 2.. U Southwest 4th Place from its intersection with Southwest 28th Street .. P. D. & Claire Stryker Golfview Estates ASSESSMENT ROLL PB 835. Lot 47
Blk '
.to its intersection with Southwest 26th Street; PB B88 Lot 76 4640 19t20 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 2. J. A. t Muriel Hogan Hibiscus 2 Park 5009 19,00
3. I. Southwest Sf* Place' from Its intersection with Southwest 28th Street ,. P. D. t. Claire Stryker Golfview Estates PB

;I' to Its Intersection with Southwest 27th Street; PB B-BB Lot 75 4640 19t20 S.W. 26th Street from its intersection with S.W. 3rd Place to its intersection i Blk B-35 2 Lot 41

\, 4. IN Southwest 7th Place, from Its intersection with Southwest 28th Street 10. L. W. & Felicia Traxler Golfview Estates with S.W. 4th Place. 3. J. A. 81 Muriel Hogan Hibiscus Park 5009 MOW

to its intersection with Southwest 27th Street; PB B88. Lot 74 4590 79770 Total length of line 4 8.00 Ft. PB B-35 Lot 49
\ S. In Southwest 28th Street from Its intersection with Southwest 7th Place 11. L. W. & Felicia Traxler Golfview EstatesPB Total front footage 962.40 Ft. Bile 2 JO.09
to Its intersection with Southwest 6th Avenue; B-88 Lot 73 7000 210.00 Frontage to be assessed f 62.40 Ft. 4. A. C & Ethel Brown Hibiscus Park 15900

4. la Southwest 27th Street from its Intersection with Southwest 7Th Place Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot PB B-35 Lot 59
to its intersection with Southwest 5th Place; ASSESSMENT ROLL Total Assessment $2.887 JO Bit 2
7, In Southwest 6th Avenue from its intersection with Southwest 28m FOR SANITARY SEWERIn ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 5. A. C. & Ethel Brown H;;bucus Park 50.00 150.00

Street to its intersection with Southwest 27th Street NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED ,. .
; PB B ;35 Lot
S.W. 51
I. 5th Place from its Intersection with SW. 28th Street to Its intersection
, I* Southwest JTtn Street
from Its intersection with Southwest 2nd Ave with S.W. 27th Street. 1. L F. I. Emily Hatcher Golfview EstatesPB B lit 2 5909 150.00
nue to its intersection with Southwest stti Place; Total B-U Lot" 4500 19500 4. A. C. t Ethel Brown Hibiscus Park
I f. I* Southwest J4th Street from its Intersection! with Southwest 3rd Total front length footage of line 794 315.00.00 Ft.Ft. 2. L. F. L Emily Hatcher Golfview Estates PB B.35 Lot 52

Place to its intersection with Southwest 4th Place; PB B-83. Lot 43 60.00 18000 Blk 2 50.00
II. In SID 26-.. from its intersection with Southwest 32nd Street to Frontage Rate to be assessed 794.00 Ft. 3. Wm. I Katherine Pepper, Jr. Golfview Estates 7. A. C. & Ethel Brown Hibiscus Park 15409
of Assessment
' its Intersection with Southwest 28th Street; Total AssessmentASSESSMENT S 3.00 per front foot PB Bah Lot 42 60.00 18000 PB B-35 Lot 53 -

i IK. 1* SRD 26 (University Avenue). from Its Intersection with Northwest 2382.00 4. Wm. & Catherine Pepper. Jr. Golfview EstatesPB Blk 2 5009 15909
/ nth ;Street to its intersection wim Northwest 30th Street; NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 8-88. N'A Of I. A. C. & Ethel Brown Hibiscus Park

11. IN Northwest 2ttn street, from its intersection with Northwest 32nd NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED Lot 46 & Lot 45 tO.00 270.00 PB B-35 Lot 54Blk
, Street to its Intersection with' SRD 2*; 1. R. C. Williamson Et Ux Golfview Estates 5. W. A. t. Marie Gager Golfview Estates 2 5000 150.00

r II. in Northwest 30th Street, from Its intersection with Northwest 29th PB B-88 Beg PB B-88 SV* of ,. D. T. & Eleanor Mullett Hibiscus Park

Street to Ms intersection with Northwest 2nd Avenue; NE Cor Lot 63 Lot 46 *. Lot 47 9500 285.00 PB B.35 Lot 55
I 14.' In Nerthwest 4th Place, from Its Intersection with Northwest 37th Ter. run NW-LY 101 Ilk/ 2 50.00 15009>
race to Its intersection with Northwest 26th Street; Ft to W line Lot EAST SIDEGolfview 11. D. T. 8. Eleanor Mullen Hibiscus Park _
IS. In Nerthwest 4th Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 27th 43 S along W line t. R. G. & Muriel Manchester Estates PB B-35 Lot 56

Terrace to its intersection with Northwest 26th Street; 101.5 Ft to Cor PB B-88, Lot' 5800 17400 Blk 2 50.00 15000
I 16. la Northwest Ird Avenue, from its intersection with Northwest 27th Terrace Lot 63 then along 2. R. G. L Muriel Manchester Golfview EstatesPB 11. Rhea N. Wolf Hibiscus Perk

, to its Intersection with Northwest 26th Street; \ SLY line to SE Bid, Lot 64 50.00 150.00 PB B-35 Lot 57
, 17. In Northwest 2nd Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 27th Cor Lot 43 NE 3. Louise Kincaid Golfview Estates Blk 2 5000 150.00
I r. Terrace to its intersection with Northwest 26th Street along E line of PB B-88 Lot 45 60.00 18000 12. Rhea N. Wolf Hibiscus Park

II. I. Northwest let Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 27th Lot 63 to Beg. 4200 15<.00 4. E. B. Draper Golfview Estates PB B.35 Lot 51
Terrace to its intersection with Northwest 27m Street; 2. R. C. Williamson Et Ux Golfview EstatesPB PB Bah Lot 64 60.00 11000 Blk 2Hibiscus 50.00 150.00
It. In Northwest 27th Terrace, from its intersection with Northwest 4th B-88. Lot 62 1500 255.00 5. A. M. & Isabel Barrett Golfview Estates 13. H. L. S Alice Lnd!
Place to Its Intersection with West University Avenue; ,3. Dorothy A. Rethlmgshaler Golfview EstatesPB PB B-88, Lot 67 60.00 18000 PB B-35 Reserved
tIa Northwest 14th Street from its Intersection with Northwest 4'h B88. Lot 61 16.00 25.00 ,. George H. Miller Golfview Estates corner Bit 1

Place to its Intersection. with West University Avenue; 4. E. 8. It Ruby OKeltey Jr. Golfview EstatesPB PB B-88. Lot 61 "..0 19440 less E 120 ft. 13009 39009
II.. IN Northwest 27th street from its intersection with Northwest. 1st Bad Lot 60 92.00 276.00 7. George H. Miller Golfvlew EstatesPB

Avenue to Its intersection with West University Avenue; 5. U N. & Geraldme McCallister Golfview Estates B-66. Lot" ".'0 19440 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION .5
12. In Northwest 25th Terrace from Its intersection with Northwest 16th PB B-88 Lot 59.'UO. 282.00 I. State Board of Education Golfview Estates 1. J. M. t Mary Crom Jr. Hibiscus Park

Avenue to its intersection with Northwest 10th Avenue; PB B-88 Lot 70 PB B-35 Lot S

13. IN Southwest lad Avenue, from Its intersection with Southwest 28th SOUTH SIDEGolfview 3N31.2Ft.olLot Blk 3 50.CO J5000
Street to its intersection with Southwest 24th Street; T. H. B. & Olive Dolbeare EstatesPB 71 100.00 300.CO 2. J. M. & Mary Crom Jr. Hibiscus Park

Nw IN Southwest 24tN Street from its intersection with Southwest 2nd Avenue B-I1. Lot 71 9. C. C. & Thelma Hill Golfview Estates PB B-35 Lot 4

to its Intersection with West University Avenue; less part as per PB B-U Lot 71 Ilk 3 5000 -1MOO
jl U. IN Southwest 2Sti Street from Its intersection with Southwest 2nd DB 119-462 149.00 447.OB less N 38.2 Ft. & 3. Mrs. M. A. Brannon Hibiscus Park
Avenue to its Intersection with West University Avenue; 2. E. M. L Barbara Fearney Golfview Estates Lot 72 less a triangular PB B.35 Lot 7 .

I 26. IN Southwest 24th Street, from Its Intersection with Southwest 2nd Avenue PB Bah Part of portion Blk 3 5000 15009
to Its intersection with West University Avenue; Lot 78 as per DB ,. ,", of Lot 72 as per 4. Mrs. M. A. Brannon Hibiscus Park

M. IN Northwest 11th Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 22nd 179-462 Lot 79 DB 363-282 7480 224.40 PB 8.35 Lot I

Street to its Intersection with Northwest 15th Street; less part as DB Blk 3 5000 150.CO
If. IN Northwest list Terrace from its intersection with Northwest 11th 179 440 Also Lot ASSESSMENT ROLL 5. J. D. t Virginia Rice Hibiscus Park

Avenue to Its Intersection with Northwest tth Avenue; 80 less Lot as per FOR SANITARY SEWERIn P8 8-35 Lot. 10
-- -- --
M. In Northwest tth Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 21st DB 285-455 W- Blk/ 4Hibiscus 50.00 150.00
ft Terrace to Its Intersection with Northwest 2lst Street; LY 20 Ft Of Lots SRD 2&-A from Its Intersection with SW 32nd Street to Its Intersection with 4. J. D. I. Virginia Rice Park

[ 11. U Nerthwest MU Street from its intersection with Northwest tth 11-82-83 121.60 364.10 SW 28th Street. PB B-3S Lot 11
Avenue to its Intersection: with Northwest Ills Place; > A. M. 8. Marian Buswell Golfview Estates Total length of line 1.79..90 ft. Bile 4Hibiscus so.00 150.00
: .. In Northwest Itth Terrace, from its intersection with Northwest Ith PB B-88 Lot II Total front footage 1,64434 ft. 7. J. D. ft Virginia Rice Park

Avenue to Its intersection with Northwest 20th Street; 6 NE-LY Vi of Frontage to be assessed 1.441,34 ft. PB B-35 Lot 12 '. .
13. IN Nerthwest 11th Read from Its Intersection with Northwest 21st Street Lot 82 as per DB Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Blk 4Hibiscus 50.00 150.00
I, to Its intersection with Northwest 15th Street; 321-208 less W- Total Assessment $4.32402 I. J. D. L Virginia Rice Park

M. In Northwest tltn Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 17th LY 20 Ft. 114.40' 34320 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB B.35 Lot 13

, Street to Its Intersection with Nortnwest 15th Street NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Blk 4Hibiscus 5000 150.00
IS. In SRD 2i (University Avenue). from its intersection with Northwest' ASSESSMENT ROLL I. R. R. & Barbara Perry Black Acres. ,. J. DJ ft Virginia Rice Park

30th Street run 600 feet West; FOR SANITARY SEWER Unit 1 P8 D-85 PB B35 Way .
14. In Nerthwest tad Avenue from Its intersection with Northwest 32nd Street, III SW. ]tit Place from its intersection with S.W. 28th Street to its Intersection Lot It 110.00 330.00 Lot 14 Blk 4 25.00 7500
run 300 feet East; with S.W. 27th Street. 2. Black Acres Inc. Black Acres 10. Emma G. Thorpe Hibiscus Park .

.IK aa. easement described as, commence in Northwest 27th Terrace Total length of line 292.00 Ft. Unit I PB D-15 PB B-35 W 47V _. .' t.
, 17.U. at Northwest 4th Avenue and run West to Northwest 29th Street; Total front footage. 608.60 Ft. Lot 20 110.00 33000 V ftottot112 /. v
IN Northwest, 12th Avenue, frorrv its intersection with Northwest 25th Frontage to be assessed 315.00 Ft. 3. Black Acres. Inc. Black Acres and E 25 ft of -
Terrace run 554- feet West; Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot Unit 1 PB D45 Lot 14. Blk" 72JO 217,59

N. In Northwest 11th Avenue from' its Intersection with Northwest' 25th Total Assessment 94500 Lot 21 110.00 330.00 II. Hazel T. Mounts Hibiscus Park
Terrace run S50 feet West ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 4. Black Acres Inc. Black Acres PB B.35 E 72VaftotLotli2

M. In Northwest 1Mb Avenue, from Its Intersection wttti Northwest 25th NO. OWNER. DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED. Unit 1 PB D-85 .. 5-

Terrace run 550 feet West; NONE Lot 22 11000 330." ,'. ... ,.,.. Ilk 4 21750
.. Black Acres Inc.: ?!! .
.f 12. IN Northwest 25th Street from its Intersection with West University Black AcresUnit : : .
Avenue run 1JSO teet North SOUTH SIDEGolfview 3 Lot 17 101.34 304.02 ASSESSMENT ROLL y (", .
t4.:1V Nerthwest. 24th Street, from Its Intersection with West University 1. F. B. a. Marie M. Arnold. Estates 4. Black Acres. Inc. Black Acres FOR SANITARY SEWER ,
, feet PB Lot Unit 3 Lot II 100.00 300.00
Avenue run 1300 North B-88 123
In Nerthwest Utti Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 22nd & 20 Ft ES.Wby 7. Black Acres Inc. Black Acres In NW 4th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW zTtli Terrace to Hi "Inter
section with
W.I Terrace. run 450 feet East; 120 Ft N 8. S ad|. 1300 249.00 Unit 3 lot It 100.00 30000 NW 26th. Street
In Nerthwest 11th Avenue, from its Intersection with Northwest 22nd 2. F. B. & Marie M. Arnold Golfview Estates I. A. J. & Phyllis Catotti Black Acres Total I length of line sot.oo ft. .

Trrac. run 350 feet East PB B-M Lot 122 5800 17400 Unit 3 Lot 20 100.00 300.00 Total Front Footage 9000 ft.
II. IN Northwest tth Place, from Its Intersection with Northwest 22nd 3. F. B. 8. Mane M. Arnold Golfview Estates !. Black Acres Inc. Black Acres Frontage to be assessed 88000 ft.

Terrace to Its Intersection with Northwest 22nd Street; PB B-88 Lot 121 5800 17400 Unit 3 Lot 21 100.00 300.00 Rate of Assessment t 3.00 per front ft.
13. IN. Northwest 22nd Street from Its t Intersection with Northwest 11th 4. A. H. S. Marie Anton Golfview EstatesPB 10. E. R. S, Cecelia Hendrtckson Black Acres Total Assessment $2,64000 ,

Avenue te- intersection with Northwest tth Avenue. B-88 Lot 120 58.00 174.00 Unit 3 Lot 22 130.00 390.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ..
14. In Nerthwest 22nd Street from Its Intersection with Northwest tth Ave S. A. H. It Marie Anton Golfview Estates 11. Twentieth Century Club of 110-19 Lot as NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
hue run 200 feet South: PB B-88 Lot lit 5100 1740A Gainesville per OR 21-294 370.00 1.110.00ASSESSMENT 1. J. O. Connies Jr. Hibiscus Park

; In. Northwest list Terrace from Its Intersection with Northwest tth PB BaS Lot 4 .
Avenue run 300 feet South; ASSESSMENT ROLL SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTIONNone Blk 3 5909 150.00
In Northwest tth Avenue, from Its intersection with Northwest 21stirWNeX FOR SANITARY SEWER 2. J. O. Gonzalez. Jr. Hibiscus Park
In Southwest 28th Street from Its Intersection with Southwest 7th Place to Its ROLL PB B-35. Lot 3
17. ? .?t'eSthEpVace. from its Intersection with Northwest 21stlNfeNrthwest intersection with Southwest 6th Avenue. FOR SANITARY SEWER Ilk 3 5000 150.00'
feet East; Total length of line 512.00 ft. 3. Mrs. M. A. Brannon Hibiscus Park

18.l 20th Street from Its Intersection with Northwest Ith Ave.flue. Total front footage 455.40 ft. In SRD 26 (University Avenue) from Its Intersection with NW 29th Street to Its PB B-35 Lot 2
run 700 feet Norm; Frontage to be assessed 4.55.0 ft. i intersection with NW 30th Street. Ilk 3 5009 15009
,, }. N.htthAv_.. from Its. Intersection with Northwest 11th Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Total length of line 477.50 n. 4. Mrs. M. A. Brannonf. Hibiscus Park -
feet East Total Assessment SI.364.20 Total Front Footage 174.4S ft. PB B-35. Lot 1
U. |n'frNrtnwMt Itn Avenue from Its intersection with Notrhwest 17th ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Frontage ot be assessed 57445ft. Ilk 3 50.00 15000
17th Street to Its Intersection with Northwest ; NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. J. D. ft Virginia Rice Hibiscus Park <.
In Northwest 11th Read from Its Intersection withunN.rthwert Northwest 15tn Street Total Assessment $1,723.35 PB B-35. Lot f

12t11 Road, from Its Intersection with Northwest 1Sth Street NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 4. J. D. ft Virginia Rice Hibiscus Park *
to Its intersection with Northwest Uth Avenue; EAST SIDE NONE PB 8-35. Lot I
tl. IN Nerthwest 17th Read from Its Intersection with Northwest 15th Street. DESCRIPTIONGolfview Blk 4 5909 159.C9
run 200 feet East; 1. J. U & Katherine Mann EstatesPB SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 7. J. D. ft Virginia Rice Hibiscus Park .

tS. 111 Hlrthwest 16hI Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest lath B-88 Lot 109 4500 its.oo 1. J. M. Cram Black Acres PB B-35. Lot 7 .
c Terrace to ITS Intersection with Northwest,13th Street; 2. J. L. (Catherine Mann Golfview EstatesPB Unit 3 PB E-10 Ilk 4 5900 15909
In Nerthwest Uth Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 11th Bl Lot 110 60.00 18000 Lot 3 110.00 330.00 .. J. D. t Virginia Rico Hibiscus Pak
14.n Street to Its Intersection with Northwest 15th Street; X P.B. & Kathryn Bergman Golfview EstatesPB 2. Black Acres, Inc. Black Acres PB B-35. 4

U Nerthwesl Uth Avenue from Ms intersection with Northwest 15th B-8S Lot 111 4000 18000 Unit 3 PB E-11 5009 15900
4. P. B. I. Kathryn! f. J. D. t Virginia Rice Hibiscus
Street run 200 feet East; Bergman Golfview EstatesPB Lot 4 110.00 33000 Park
U. t. Hartnw.1I Htll AnftVl. from it. intersection with Northwest lltt.Street B..., Lot 112 40.00 110.00 S. R. E. t Alma Porter Black Acres PBB35WVtLot

run 200 feet East; 5. C. H. t Edith RIggs Golfvlew Estates Unit 3 PB E-11 S, Ilk 4 .7509
,7ri. U Nlrtllllltst 11t1l from Its Intersection with Northwest 141ft Ave- PB 8-U Lot 113 4009 18000 Lot 5 11445 14315 1.. D. C ft ..t Harper. Jr. Hibiscus Park. 1.00' *

flue run 2GO feet South 4. Florence E. Gray Golfview EstatesPB 4. 0. P. ( Myrtle Boggs Black Acres PB B-35 W 47Wft
In Northwest 11t1l Str..l. from Its Intersection with Northwest 14h Ave- B-88 Lot 114 60.00 18044 Unit :3 PB E-11 of Lots 3.41 ;
7. Helen G. Davis Golfview EstatesPB Lot 2 111.00 33009 E25ftofLo5 t
? T'N'&wsV"inh TOf'rlc" from Its Intersection with Northwest lath B-tt Lot 115 9040 27120 f. G. B. & Luella Klllmger Black Acres 72J9
run 35' fat North: Unit 3 PB E-10 11. Protestant Episcopal Church Hibiscus Park 217.5'
... :IIYen NarMwest 11th Sheet. from Its ,ntersedlon with Northwest 14111Avenue. ASSESSMENT ROLL Lot 1 130.00 390.00 In the Diocese of Fla. PB B-35 E 72.5ft .

run 350 test North; FOR SANITARY SEWER
? to Northwest um Terrace. from its mtersection with Northwest 141ft tin I SW 37th Street from its intersection with SW 7th Place to its intersection FOR ASSESSMENT SANITARY ROLL SEWER .ofLots3&4ellt 72W2* ,SOMO /
Avenue to Its intersection with Northwest 16th Avenue; SW Stn Place.

U. I. La Allay Saullll af 141" AvtftUO nI dam tNfMI", I,r I Total length of line 685.00 ft. I'n N.W. 2tth Street from its Intersection with N.W. 32nd Street to Its Inter- SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
with Northwest 171" Street to its i ion with Total front footage M23.30 ft. faction with SRD 26. 1. Kate Bishop Hibiscus Park ;
ti n
84. la a. easamtat alan, the Soutll at Lois 15 Hugh 20. Temple Frontage to be assessed 1480.00 Ft. Total length of line 1.350.00 Ft. PB 8-3 L S .

Terrace Subdivision Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Total front footageFrontage < Blk 5000 .CO
M III Northwest 16t... Av.nlfrom Its Intersection with Hogtown Creek Total Assessment S4,44000 to be assessed 2.223.83 2656.01 Ft.Ft. 2. Kate Bishop Hibiscus Park : '
run sst to Street; ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Rate of Assessment PB 83 Lot 4
rtr.r.tu its Intersection with Hogtown Creek NO. OWNER 3.00 per front foot '. Ilk
1S. Ia Northwest from DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Total Assessment ".671.H I' 5000 15000
east Northwest Streets 1. W. O. 4. Eva Boozer Golfview Estate 3. Madeline U Theoktisto Park .
i}" o&S :: N.rth by Lat 1 I5rw95 and ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB Lot 4f
U. an PB B-88 Lot 104 4500 "5.00 NO. OWNER -; 7
Oft t.,. 'II throghih14 Tempi. Terrace SubdlvisloIU 2. W. O. J. Eva Boozer Golfview Estates 1. Black Acres Inc. Black FEET BE ASSESSED Ilk 4 50.00 15009
UeivenitY Acres
N. III West A_.. scornERs Intersection with NorthWest PB B..., Lot 107 4000 110.04 Unit 2 PB E-9 4. Maeln L. Theoktisto Hibs Par '1, .- ,
Street, run 400 feet west; S. R. B. t Ruth Eutsler Golfview EstatesPB

M. la Sauthweet 34th Street. from Its Intersection 'with West University B-CI Lot 106 60.00 110.01 !. C. M. & Jean Olsson Lot Black 10 Acres 120.00 34009 Blk 4 5909 HUG'I.
Avenue to its Intersection with Southwest 2nd Avenue 4. R. B. 8. Ruth Eutsler Golfview Estates Unit 2 PB E-t J. A. & Murk Hogan Hibiscus I Park -' -,

PB Bat Lot 105 4000 110.00 Lot 11 PB BAS Lot 2 ;
5. R. P. & Betty Schmidt 100.00 30000 Ilk 5.
Golfview Estates
2. W.
A. I Audrey C. Smith Black Acres
ASSESSMENT ROLL PB B-U Lot 104 4000 11000 PB D-29 1M09 310
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 4. R. P. *. Betty Schmidt Galfview Estates 2 PB E4 .O.
Let 24 1MM 304.
from Its Intersection,", 28th Street to Its Inter PB B-88 Lot 103 40.00 11000 4. Univ. Avenue Church of Christ Black Acres 00 ASSESSMENT ROLL
sw 3rd Place S.W. 7. C. A. 8. Elena Cats Golfview EstatesPB FOR SANITARY SEWER ,
p 'Ktion! with S.W. 26th Street. B-81 Let 102 75.00 225.00 Lot Unit 2 PB E f In N.W. 3rd Avenue, from tts Intersection wills N.W. 27th Terrace to Its 'kv'
I. R. C. S. Joanne P. Skelley GoHview Estates 25 100.00 300.00 t ersection with N.W. 26th Street.Total .
Total length of line 710.00 Ft. PB Bill S 10 ft of 5. Opal Rohn Black Acres length of line Ft.
Unit 2
Total front footage 1.396.60 Ft. Lot 100 8. N 45 fte1 Lot E-f Total front footage 9.0 Ft.

Frontage to be assessed 1.161.1 Ft. Lot 101 75.00 22500 4. ..01" Ina Black 24 10000 300.00 Frontage t be assessed 10.00 Ft. _
Rate of Assessment $3.00 per front foot ,. Mabel Gore Golfview EstatesPB Rate of A I foot .
Unit 2 PB E-f P fro
Total Assessment Big N SO ft Total Assee 12,440.10 ."
SAID AMOUNT TO Lot 41 100." 300.M
2 PB E-f
K Univ. Athletic AssoC. Golfview Estates p i EAST SIDE "H" lac. : Hibiscus i ASUSUo
PB ...*. Lot U I4J9 25249Golfview I DESCRIPTIONGolfview L "H-lne. Lot Black 42 Acres 100." 1080 1 PB B.35.Pak .. ...

1. Mrs. F. H. Winston. Sr. Heir Estates 1. D. B. & Suzanne Ward EstatesPB Unit L JUO ..
2 *
PB B-M, Lot 11 52.01 I 15610Golfvle 8-8* Lot" (. IStM Let 43 L "H" lnc. : Park ,.
H. ft Kate Bobbins Estate* 2. D. B. L Suzanne Ward Com/lew 100.00 100.. Hib
j. L. 45.00 ItSM Estates t. J, D. 1, Shirley Hester ).10..,. Let H as L a .
PB fhM
Lot 14
PB B-41 Lot t7Golfvtew 44.00 192." 4 -
4. $.N. ft. Constance B. Holloway Golfview EstatesPB 3. J. R. 1 Leis C. Harrison Estates per DB nut W. D. Grace B Park 1.00 1'.00 .
e.... Lot 11 13.01 249." PB Bah Lot 94 44 M 192.00 PB E-t 12101 375 0* J St"O Hi Lot 2 "r

S.'H. J. a. Altfcid Wiltshire Golf;.ew Estate 4. J. R. & Lois C. Harrison Golfview Estates EAST SIDE Ilk 81 50.00 "UO

P8 ... PB Bit Sto of 1. J. C. S. Ethel Adklns Jr. Black Acres 4. W. D. & Grace. Stevens Hibiscus "ar
& a M port-of ": Lot f4 &
Lot 95Colfview ".00 2800 Unit 4 PB F-45 pa
.\. Lots Ifrtl. having S. R. W. t AdelU BlackMCk Estates Blk e

5 B4se of 14 02 PB 8," Lot 93 2. "M-lnc. Lot IBlack Acres 121.13. 365 4f3G4M S. Mary R. Jones Hibiscus SO.O H.O

Ft as per OR tl- ... 1. NI i Lot 94 ".00 28800 Unit 4 PB F-45 PB 631, "
295 101.1111 M3.M 4. R. W. 4. Adeha Blacfclock Golfview Estate 81k S .
&. J. L Faye s? erman > ItvleEstlltes PB Bat Lot t2 44 CO .D2.11 3. Wiley L Helen Holland Lot Black 2 Acre 102.C* RPat 33.80 380.00

i fB 8 less Lots 10 7. G.. a. Sharon W. Conks Galfview Estate Unit 4 P8 F-45 .8 D2t
4. U II lit PB Bal Lot" UN 192.Ct SOUTH SIDE
.' port with a base I. G. & Sharon W. Cowles Gatfview EstatesPB 4.H1* Inc ,*. Lot Black 3 Acre 1C2.CO :344.M 1. J. I. Frances Flanagan Hibiscus Park
et 1102 Ft OR 13- B-U Lot MGwitvtew 401 192.00 Unit 4 PB F-45 PB Las .
137GoifvUw 94 00 282.00MI S. E. a. Laura Smith 3
,. Estate Ilk 7 .
Lot 4Black $000 ,
1 /. j. ft Wmjtred' Moon Estates PB Bas SVi Lot J. -H-lnc. ,'.{ Acre 384 W 2. M. T. L Ina Hara Hi Park 5.1. '__ .

j lnl"larilttt PS Sat, Lot : 121.21 .*. U 4. Lot HGolfview 94JO44N 2i1.. Repiat PB Fig Lot f "1"f ,
t. R.-& Cotfvlew 10. Jean O. t Janlc Mitchell Estates Let a '

.,*>B B-M,Elate 7 55.94 ,16771. PB Bah Lot 171NW Ie. *H., ll*. Black 1 Acres US.. 315.M L A0. T. *. eta Hal Jr. BI HIO Par S'H." -

Lot MGolfvtew fUI 284.00 ,. Repiat P8 F-49 L ... : : .r _
SOUTH SIDE 1U Jean 0. aV Janice Mitchell Estates ( -' : Lot a 1840 ; c B 1 .<,
31100311M 10. ml' .
1. JA.N.1 Edith. MurphreeJ la1Eta PB B-M Lot" 192.00 1. Thorn C & Mary P. Erb Acre 4V M. T. .hi* Hartman, Jr. Hi Park \ -
: 1 PB 22 15.21 UUI- 12. C. L Caroline eMI1. Sr, Gotfvlew EstatesPB :=- PB F-44J 83 L. ,, a -t
LA.H.1 Edit Merplirta Celfvicw Estates B-M 85 4.11 1t7-00 .
Lot Let .
4Black 461.Ny
1..... au 100
PB &-II. Lot 23 ( L. *H" lneHlnc. Acres f. R. W. & Julia Douglas $ .
8. W 31 Ft of Lot ASSESSMENT ROLL ..
Repiat PB F-M : t
24 ,u.M 34100 FOR SANITARY SEWER Lot 5 It ,
S. E. W. &. Mary jKvnskli Golfview" Estates In SW 6th Avenue from Its intersection with SW 20th Street H Us Intersec *. .. Black Acre 104.* 311M !45.00.0 -
PB 8'88, Lot tion with SW 27th 750
25 Street.
Repeat P8 Fig t. D. M. t Sara Henaon. Jr. Park .
4. E 38 Ft of Lot Total length .f line 418.00 ft. Lot 4Black PB = Ely '

24 U200O.M 336.00 Total front footage 17850 ft. 10. ""H- Inc Acre 10400 311-00 .. L la i L n _.. s < :
D/J. .
L Margaret Hart Golfvlew Estates Frontage to be assessed 473.30 ft. Repeat PB Fig : I _00r
.*"Y' i PB B48. Lot 24 Rate of assessment S 3-09 per front ft. Let 7Black 10400 31800 7. W. W. ft. Il;'AHer Hfkcvs Park

.. less Par B as DI Total assessment COlttO 11. *-rf Inc. Acres PB sal, la1 I
NORTH SIDE TO Re tat PB F-4J *t, Bas 5-
r Lot I. W. W. & AHert. Hfbiacwt.Park
> 35349Golfview ". 27001. .. J. E. L Mary Klker Jr. Golfvlew Estates 12...$. R. a. Opal Graves 1-1""1 Lot J as 1J400 3'.." Rv. .: P8 8". Lot g .. ._
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t ScarboroughUF.lEwWy Estate* PB B-48 Lot 124 117.CO 351C9 DB 'Dle .

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Total length of line
.. C. F. & Annie Green. Jr. Hibiscus I Park .. F. A. & Ida Christenson Amis Terrace Frontage to be assessed 539.90 ft. 5
PB B-35. Lot 3 PB D-10. Lot 23 61.20 18X60 319JO ft. ,
Rate of Assessmet
ASSESSMENT ROLL Blk 9 jjjo 157.5G ,. W. Adkinson t H. L. Bass Annls TerracePB Total Assessment f S 3.00 per front ft.. ., .,
... FOR SANITARY SEWERIn f. C. F. .. Annie Green Jr. Hibiscus Park D-10, Lot 261.30 18X90 ASSESSMENT .. S 958.50 -* : 'o.
PB B-35, Lot 4 10. E. J. & Viola Shea Palm TerracePB NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
NW 2nd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 27th Terrace to Its Intersection 9 J2jj( 157.5G NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION I FOOTAGE' BE ASSESSED '
with NW 26th Street. BIk C-40. Lot 1 47JOS. 202JO202JO I. G. T. aV Janet HarrelL Jr. Florida i
10. R. C. 4 Dess Hibiscus Park Park
Total length of line ft. < James Jr., 11. E. J. & Viola Shea Palm TerracePB
477.00 No. 4 PB
Lot 1
PB 8-35.
C-60 i
Lot 2 47JO
Total front footage 35.00 ft. Bit 12 S2JOS2JO 157 JO157JO Lot 4, Blk' 125.08 175.00 t
Frontage to be assessed 35.00 ft. I. J. C. & Marjorie M. Ship
11. R. C. & Dess James Jr. Hibiscus Park SOUTH SIDEGolfview Florida Park t
Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. PB B-35, Lot 2 1. Univ. Athletic Assoc. EstatesPB No. 4 PB D-5 .

Total Assessment $205.00 Bit I 12Hibiscus B-83. Lot 17 103.40 310.80 Lot 5, Blk 9 194JO 543.50 f
12. Marguerite N. Hickman Park 2. R. E. 4 Prudence Stockstill Golfview EstatesPB
PB B-35 E 60 ft
1. J. E. Si Frances B-88 Lot ISGolfview 65.9077JO 197.70
Flanagan Hibiscus Park
Lots 3 & 4 Blk 12. 3. R. E. i Prudence: Stockstill EstatesPB t
PB B.35. Lot 4 & ,
less R-W DB i. '
B-68, Lot 19 232.50 ASSESSMENT
WUftofLot3Blk 346-449 105.00 315.00 4. Fordyce Associates Inc. Golfview' ROLL
7 45.00 195.00 Ere:e20 FOR SANITARY SEWER .
2.. M. PB B-88, 61.00 183.00 In NW 21st Street from its
T. It Ina intersection
Hartman Jr. Hibiscus Park
with NW
EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION S. H. A. & Blanch Guiteras Golfview EstatesPB section with NW 8th Place 9th Avenue to Its Inter ;
PB B35. Lot 2 It ,
1. Virginia O. Grazier Hibiscus Park
B-SS, Lot 21 60.00 Total
'".00 length of line
, E35ftofLotJ :
PB B-35 N 34 ft 4. Hazel S. Rice Golfview Estates Total front 270.00 ft.
, Blk 7 85.00 255.00 Lot 34 footage 591.60 ft. !
of Lot 33
X M. 4 Ina PB B-S8, Lot 9 125.00 315.00 Frontage to be assessed
Hartman, Jr. Hibiscus' Park 591.60 ft.
I & E 120 ft of Res 7. Walter Stubbs. Inc. Golfview Estates Rate of assessmet !
PB B35. Lot I corner Blk 1 79.00 237.00 PB B-88 Commat 8 3.00 per front ft
Blk 7 50.00 150.00 2. Anita Winston Hibiscus Park. assessmentASSESSMENT $,.77-80 !

, 4. Marlon M. .. Gall- B. Bronson Hibiscus Park PB B-35. Lot 32 Lot NE 4 run Cor S of 100 NO. OWNER WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO I

, PB B-35. WV of &Si6ftofLot33.Bit Ft W to Valley DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE. BE ASSESSED
J 1. D. L. & Margaret
Lot7&.Lotl, Emmerson Florida Park
1 66.00 198.00 .
Rd N-LY along
Blk I 75.00 225.00 Jr. No. 4 PB 'I
X Anita Winston Hibiscus Park
,. Valley Rd to NW
S. V. N. I, Beverly Schroder Hibiscus Park! PB B-35. Lot 31 Lot 1. Blk 14 125.00 375.00
i Cor of Lot 4 E to 2. R. B. & Barbara Stephens
PB B35. Let 6 Bit 1 M.OO 150.00 Florida Park
; r EV* of Lot 7. & W 4. J. S. .. Adelaide Neel Hibiscus Park Lots Beg; 4 part& of 5 138.01 No. 4 PB 0.5 I
, 10 of Lot 5. Lot 30 41403 Lot. Blk 16 125.00 375.00
PB B-35.
kft Lillian T. Dunn GoIfview EstatesPB X Max R. 4 Anna Langham
1 85.00 255.00 Florida
t; .. Blk 1 50.00 150.00 ParkNo.4PB0.5
)' 4. Y. N. & Beverly Schroder Hibiscus Park B..., Lot 3 74.00 222.00
5. W. W. Hendricks Et Ux Hibiscus Park 9. Lillian T. Dunn Golfview EstatesPB
PB B-35 Lot 4 & PB B-35 Lot 29 Lot 5 Blk 16 125.00 375.00
Lot 2 66.00 198.00
E 40 ft of LotS.
.. Blk 1 74.00 222.00 10. J. P. & Edith Robertson Golfview Estates
Blk I 90.00 270.00! 4. W. W. Hendricks Et Ux Hibiscus Park EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION
" PB B-88 Lot 1 62.00 186.00 1. D. E. & Barbara Worcester Florida Park
PB B-35 Lot 28
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Blk 1 75.00 225.00 No. 4 PB D-5
. .' 1. Geraldine Schooley Hibiscus Park 7. R. L. 4. leonie Chubb Hibiscus Park FOR SANITARY SEWER Rtplat of Blk 15
i PB B-35 Lot S & PB B-35. Lot 27 PB D-49 Lot 2 108.30 HUG
, W 17V ft of Lot & NV Lot 26 S.W. 26th 2. M. K. & Enid Storter Florida Park
Street from Its Intersection with S.W. 2nd Avenue to Its Inter
i i 4, Blk 10 47 JO 202 JO Blk 1 100.00 300.00 section with W. University Avenue. No. 4 PB D-5 .
t Alice C. Jentzen Hibiscus Park. .. John D. Dillon Hibiscus Park Total length of line 45800 Ft. Replat of Bit 15

,I f ftofLof6..W PB B-35 E 32V* PB B-35 Lot 25 Total front footage 1040.00 Ft. PB D-49, Lot 3 108.30 324.98

& SV4 Of Lot 26 Frontage to be assessed 785.00 Ft.
32V ft of Lot 7, ASSESSMENT ROLL
Blk 1 75.00 225.00 Rate of Assessment S 3.00
per front foot FOR SANITARY
Blk 10Hibiscus 65.00 15.00
9. C. O. I Beutah Murray Hibiscus Park Total Assessment SEWER
i X Carl C. & Dorothy C. Batley Park.PBB35.E174. PB B-35 Lot 24 S2,355.00 In NW 19th Terrace. from Its intersection with NW Ith Avenue to Its Int.r-

Blk 1 50.00 150.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO section with NW 20... Street.

,-.. fto'Lot7& 10. C. O. & Beulah Murray Hibiscus Park NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE Total length of line 492.00 ft.
Lot B. Blk 10 47JO 102.50 PB Lot 23 1. I. ASSESSED Total front footage
B-35, E. & Etna Kallman Hibiscus Park 962.98 ft.
4. D. A. & Emmie Williams Hibiscus Park
Frontage to be assessed
Blk -1
I 150.00 PB B-35. Lot 11 563.53 ft.
' PB B35. Lot 10. 11. C. O. i Beulah Murray Hibiscus Park less N 5 Ft R-W Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
Blk 9Hibiscus 50.00 150.00 Total
I PB B-33, Lot 22 assessment S1.690J9
Blk 2 47JO
5. D. A. S. Emmie Williams I Park ASSESSMENT
Blk 1 50.00 150.00 2. I. E. & Elna Kallman Hibiscus Park WEST
PB B-35. Lot 11 12. E. N. & Thyra Johnston Hibiscus I Park PB B-35 Lot 10 NO. OWNER SOUTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
Blk 9Hibiscus 50.00
\ 4. F. E. & Esther Park
Ray 1. C. W. S.
Bit 1 50.00 150.00 Lot 9. Blk 2 47JO 202JO Dorothy Reeves 31-9-20 N 100 ft
PB Lot 12
B-35. 13. E. N. & Thyra Johnston Hibiscus Park 3. P. Chalker (Paul) Hibiscus Park of S125ftofE
Blk 9Hibiscus 50.00 150.00 PB B-35, Lot 20 100 ft of N 2287V
PB B-35 N 15 Ft
7. F. E. & Esther Park
Ray .
Blk 1 50.00 150.00 of Lot8L535Ft ft less R-W as
PB B35. Lot 13 14. M. E. & Betty B. Winyall Hibiscus I Park of Lot 9, Blk 2 50.00 150.00 per DB 329-1633

i. Mildred Griffith Blk 9Hibiscus Park 50.00 150.00L PB B-35, Lot 19 4. JAV. i Margaret Moon Hibiscus Park 35 ft E Si Wad!.
Blk 1 50.00 150.00 on E. side. 100.00
PB 300.00
B-35 N 35 Ft
: N W PB 35 B-35 ft of Lot Lot 14 1.I 15. M. E. & Betty R. Winyall Hibiscus Park of Lot 7 & S 35 Ft 2. B. T. & Mildred Arnow Finley HeightsPB

PB B-35 Lot 18 Lot E-17 Lot' 100.00 3 O.0I
Of 8, Blk 2 70.00 210.00
Blk 9 15.00 255.00 Blk 1 50.00 150.00 S. V. L & Myrtle Johnson Hibiscus Park 3. B. T. & Mildred Arnow Finley HeightsPB

j ASSESSMENT ROLL 1*. G. E. Meade Et Ux Hibiscus Park PB B-35 Lot 6 8. E17. Lot. 70.00 2)0.00

FOR SANITARY SEWER PB B-35. Lot 17 S 15 Ft of Lot 7,
I Elk 1 50.00. 150.00 Blk 2 65.00 195.00 EAST & NORTH .
NW 1st 17. G. E. Meade Et Ux Hibiscus Park 6. H. M. & Jane Ford Hibiscus Park SIDE DESCRIPTION
M Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 27th Terrace to Its Intersection
I 1. Roscoe McLane Jr.
with NW 24th Street. PB B-35, Lot 14 PB B-35. Lot S & 31-9-20, E 368 ft

Total length of line 429.40 ft. Blk 1 50.00 150.00 N 15 Ft of Lot 4 65.00 195.00 of W2710ftSof
11. A. & Barbara Keeter Hibiscus Park Rattlesnake
i Total front footage 900.00 ft.
Frontage to be assessed 900.00 ft. PB B-35 Lot 15 EAST SIDE Branch ft W of

Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Blk 1 50.00 150.00 1. H. A. & Carlle Laskey Hibiscus Park Begonia Creek 29X53 S80J9
19. A. & Barbara Keeter Hibiscus Park
Total Assessment $2,70000' PB B-35. Lot 10 50.00 150.00
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Blk 1 50.00 150.00 PB B-35 Lot' 50.00 150.00 SEWER ,
1. Hermann 4. Hedwig Bellmann Hibiscus Park 20. Runette R. Alton Hibiscus Park 3. D. T. & Catherine Martin Hibiscus Park I In NW 11th Road from Its intersection with NW 21st Street to Its Intersection
PB B-35 Lot 12 with NW 15th Street.
PB B.35. W 1716 PB B-35, Lot 8
& 13 less RWDB Total of line
Lot 3 & Lot Blk 1 50.00 150.00 length 2965.00 ft.
1 r.o Blk 10 67.50 202.50 :346-pg 451. 4. D. T. & Catherine Martin Hibiscus Park Total front footage 5,937.35 ft.

I 2. W. 0. Smith & Wife Hibiscus Park Bit 1 90.00 270.00 PB B-35, Lot 7 Frontage to be assessed 5,672.85 ft.

PB B35. W 32V* Blk 1 50.00 150.00 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
ftofLot2&E ASSESSMENT ROLL 5. L F. & Helen Haines Hibiscus Park Total Assessment $17,018.55

Blk' 10 45.00 195.00 N.W. 27th Street from Its Intersection with N.W. 1st Avenue to Its Inter 1 50.00 150.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION
3. F. A. & Belle Fraser Hibiscus Park section with W. University Avenue. 4. L F. & Helen Haines Hibiscus Park 1. E. B. Browne Florida Park No.

PB B-35 Lot 1 iBikr100 Total length of line 120.00 Ft. PB B-35. Lot S 4, PB D-S Lot I.
of Lot 2, Total front footage 420.00 Ft. Blk 1 50.00 150.00 Blk 4 less R-W
I I 47JO 202 JO Frontage to be assessed 210.00 Ft. 7. T. C. & Anne Imeson Hibiscus Park DO 323 pg 49 8k I

4. E. C. & Mary Rhodes Hibiscus Park Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot PB B-35 N 10 Ft less E 132 ft. 132.00 39100 \ .
PB B-35, Lots Total Assessment $430.00 Lot 3 I Lot 4 2. B. W. & Nora Webb Florida Park

Blk 9 50.00 150.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Blk 1 60.00 180.00 No. 4, PB D-5 E
.. E. C. & Mary Rhodes Hibiscus Park NO. OWNER DESCRIPTIONHibiscus FEET BE ASSESSED t. L H. Secklnger wife Hibiscus Park 132 n of Lot 8, !
I PB B-35, Lot I I. R. E. a. Geraldine Guenther Park PB B-35 N 20 Ft Blk 4 132.00 39100

Blk 9 50.00 150.00 PB B-35 Lot 1 of Lots 1, 2 4> X F. B. 4, Farrell Watson Florida Park
4. E. C. & Mary Rhodes Hibiscus Park Blk 2 105.00 313.00EAST S 40 Ft Of Lot 3 No. 4, PB D-5

I PB B-35. Lot 7 Blk 1 60.00 180.00 Lot 6. Blk 3 9490 284.70
Blk 9 50.00 150.00 SIDE 4. F. B. & Farrell Watson Florida Park
r. C. F. & Annie Greene. Jr. :Hibiscus I lot 1. Mrs. W. C. Atwater Hibiscus Park ASSESSMENT ROLL No. 4. PB D-5
i k6 PB B-35, Lot 9 FOR SANITARY SEWER Lot 7. Blk 3 94.80 284.40

: Blk 9 50.00 150.00 Blk 12 105.00 315.00 5. W. E. 4, Mary Lear Florida Park
I. C. F. *V Annie Greene, Jr. Hibiscus Park S.W. 25th Street from its Intersection with S.W. 2nd Avenue to Its Inter No. 4 PB D-S

PB 8-35 Lot S ASSESSMENT ROLL section with W. University Avenue. Lot 8, Blk 3 94.80 284.40
Blk 9 50.00 ISO.00I FOR SANITARY' SEWER Total length of line 533.00 Ft. 6. J. C. & Margaret Gulstwhite Florida Park

I N.W. 25th Terrace from its Intersection with N.W. 16th Avenue with Its Intersection Total front footage 1,131.90 Ft. No. 4. PB D-5
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION with N.W. 10th Avenue. Frontage to be assessed 1011.90 Ft. Lot 9. Blk 3 94.80 284.40
1. Margaret Crlckenberger PBi6.35. Park Total length of line 1994.00 Ft. Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot 7. D. D. & Eleanor Olinger Florida Park
I Lot S Total front footage 3,874.92 Ft. Total Assessment $3,035.70WEST No. 4, PB D-5

I Blk 11Hibiscus 50.00 150.00 Frontage to be assessed 2,849.92 Ft. ASSESSMENT SIDEDESCRIPTION FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot 10, Blk 3 94.80 244.40 .
I 2. Margaret Crlckenberger Park Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot NO. OWNER FEET BE ASSESSED 8. B. & Kathryn Thomason Florida Park ,
PB B-35, Lots Total Assessment S8J49.76 1. B. R. 4< Laura Moseley Annis Terrace No. 4. PB D-SLot

Blk 11Hibiscus 50.00 150.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO pa D-10 Lot IS 6, Blk 2 93.40 280.20
J. Adeline N. Reddlck Park No. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET ASSESSED D less R-W 112.80 338.40 9. E. W. & Carolyn Kepp Florida Park y
PB B.35, Lot 7, 1. B. .. Glenna Brashear Billy) Mason Manor 2. c. & Gladys Curington Annis TerracePB No. 4, PB D-5 i

Blk 11Hibiscus 50.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 D-10 Lot 19 11.00 243.00 Lot 7. Blk 2 9X40 280.20
4. Adeline N. Reddick Park Lot 2 125.17 375.51 3. W. L. 4 Virginia Schocfi Sr. Annie TerracePB 10. John T. & Walline Stone Florida Park
PB B-35. Lot I 2. B. 4. Glenna Brashear (Billy) Mason Manor D-10 Lot 20 81.00 243.00 No. 4, PB D-5
Blk 11 10.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 .. M. H. & Joy North Annis Terrace Lot 8, elk 2 93.40 280.20
S. E. C. & Sarah Deck HibIBscus Park Lot 3 100.00, 300.00 PB D-10 Lot 21 81.00 243.00 11. C. P. & Emma Dressler Florida Park
Lot 10 3. C. L. & Hazel Brice Mason ManorNo. 5. L. J. & Winifred PIcou Annis Terrace No. 4, PB D-5

Blk 12Hibiscus 10.00 150.00 1 PB E-30 PB D-10 Lot 22 11.00 243.00 Lot 9, Blk 2 9X40 280.20
4. E. C. I Sarah Deck Park Lot 6 100.00 300.00 12. R. G. 8. Anne Crosby. Jr. Florida Park
PB B-35. Lot 11 4. Dew. Inc. Mason Manor EAST SIDE No. 4. PB D-SLot
-. Blk 12Hibiscus 50.00 150.00 No. I PB E-30 1. I. X. & Vivian Cheves 1-10-19 10, Blk 2 93.40 280.29

7. Lvclle M. Haven Park Lot 7 100.00 300.00 Comm at SE Cor 13. J. R. ft Virginia Long Florida Park
..', PB B-35 Lot 12 5. C. L 4 Hazel Brke Mason ManorNo. Annis Blvd 4 No. 4, PB D-5 .. -

4 ") 4- Blk 12Hibiscus 50.00 150.00 1 PB E-30 Univ. Ave run Lot 11 less R-W
.. J. H. & Myrtle Reynolds Park Lot 10 100.00 300.00 NE-LY along DB 359-32 Bit 1 95.50 294.50
PB B-35 Lot 13 6. M. H. & Shirley Martin Mason Manor Univ. Ave. 14. Jennet M. Wilson \ Florida Park

., Blk 12Hibiscus 50.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 132.8 Ft S 128.8 No. 4, PB D-5 .
f. J. H. & Myrtle Reynolds Park Lot 11Mason 100.00 300.00 Ft W1223FtN Lot 12 Blk 1 95.70 287.10
r PB B35. Lot 14 7. M. H. & Shirley Martin Manor 95.1 Ft to Beg 15. L. W. & Florence Mary Florida Park

Blk 12 50.00 150.00 No.1 PB F-M DB 286-CU & 10 Graham No. 4. PB D-5

Lot 14Mason 100.00 300.00 Ft adl| on E side Lot 13. Blk 1 95.70 287.10IJh4lo
ASSESSMENT ROLL I. Z. M. & Lillian Pirenlan Manor as per DB 319-69 K. W. E. & Blllie Jones Florida Park

FOR SANITARY SEWERIn No. 1 PB E-30 I...." .D.UI..... .r'\D... -.. No. 4, PB D-5
NW 27th Terrace from Its Intersection with NW 4th Place to Its Intersection Lot 100.00 300.00 400 5.10 285.30 LOT 14, bIB 1 77.19 217.10
with West University Avenue. 9. R. W. & Mary Mohrfeld so.5Manor: 2. Florence. C. Rutherford 1-10-19 17. G. H. i Sarah Miller t Florida Park

Total length of line 1.162.10 ft. No. 1 PB E-30 Comm 95.1 Ft S No. .. PB D.S
Total front footage 2260.00 ft. Lot 18Mason 130.00 390.00 of SE Cor Annis Lot 15. Bit 1 95.70 287.10
Frontage to be assessed 1315.00 ft. 10. W. F. & Betty Osborn Manor Blvd 4. Univ. 11. Marie Wynn FlorIda Park

Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. No. 1 PB E 30 Ave. run E 125.1 No. 4. PB 0- SLot
Total assessment S3.945.00 Lot 19Mason 105.00 315.00 Ft S ''.' Ft W 16. Bit 1 5.70 217.10
ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 11. H. J. .. Mary Campbell Manor 124.6 Ft N ''.' 1'..A. W. i Edith Reece Florida Park

1. J. A. & Muriel Hogan Hibiscus Park 22Mason 100.00 300.00 3. Mary L. Cheves Estate 1-10.19 Lot 17, Bit 1 5.70 217.10
PB B35. Lot 46 12. J. & Peggy Kronsbein (John) Manor Comm 20 Ft W 20. G. B. i Josephine Butler Florida Park

Blk 2 62.00 114.00 No. 1 PB E-30 of SW Cor of D. No. 4. PB 0.SLot
2. J. O. Gonzalez Jr. Hibiscus Park Lot 26Mason 134.75 404.2S Cox Lot. Run W 10, 5.70 217.11
PB B-35 Lot 45 IX W. D. & Nancy Spears Manor 122.5 Ft, N 3834 21. E. S. L Lllllin Dunn Jr' Florida taI

BIle 2 50.00 15000 No. 1 PB E-30 Ft C1223FtS No. .. P8 0-5
3. J. O. Gonzalez. Jr. Hibiscus Park Lot 30Mason 125.00 375.00 383.. Ft to Beg. 383.40 1,150.20 Lot 19. Bit 1 5.70 217.10
PB B-35 Lot 44 14. G. E. & Faye J. Nolan, III ManorNo. 22. O. R. i Dorothy Fagan Florida Park

50.00 150.00 1 PB E-30 ASSESSMENT ROLL No. 4. PB o.S
4. A. J. & Bruna Labelle. Jr. H ibiscus Park Lot 39Mason 125.00 375.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER Lot 20. Bit 1 5.70 217.10
I PB B-35 Lot 43 15. D. M. .. Joan Anderson Manor 23. Me W. i Jean Nelson Florida Park
a. NW Lot 42. No. 1 PB E-30 S.W. 24th Street from its Intersection with S.W. 2nd Avenue to Its Inter. No. I. P8 CLot -
1 Blk 2 75.00 225.00 Lot 43 125.00 375.00EAST section with W. University Avenue. 6. Bit J ".00 200.00No.
1 .. E. N. & Opal Skuce Hibiscus Park Total length of line 603.00 Ft. 21.. i Edith Ellett Florida Pirie

PB B-35, Lot 41 SIDE Total front footage 1220.00 Ft. 1. P8 C-65
& SY* Lot 42. 1. Dew Inc. Mason Manor Frontage to be assessed 1100.00 Ft. Lot 7. Bit 3 ".00 2M.GO
Blk 2 75.00 225.00 No. 1 PB E.30 Rate of Assessment $ 3.00 per front foot a G. c. i Modenl Fogle Florida Park
I 4. E. R. & Virginia Goodwin Hibiscus Park Lot 1Mason 125.00 375.00 Total Assessment $3,300.00 No. 1. P8 CLot -
PB B-35 Lot 40 2. K. R. .. Carolyn Reichert Manor ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO I. Bit J ".00 2M.00
Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED 2'- D. V. L Mary Eltzman Florida Perk
9. E. R. 1 Virginia Goodwin Hibiscus Park Lot 4Mason 100.00 300.00 1. H. H. .. Eunice Haven Palm Terrace No. 1. PB C-4S
PB B-35 Lot 39 3. S. L. & Alyne Brothers Manor PB CEO Lot 9 Lot f. Bit 3 ".00 2U.0CI
Blk 2 50.00 15000 No. 1 PB E-30 less R-W 70.00 210.00 27. H. H. i Edna L D. B. Block Florida Park
I. R. G. Blake Et Ux Hibiscus Park Lot 5Mason 100.00 300.00 2. T. M. 4. Frances Love Palm Terrace No. 1. P8 C-4S
PB B-35 Lot 31 4. C. D. 4. Alice Benton Manor PB C-60. Lot I 70.00 210.00 Lot 10. Bit 3 ".00 m.oo
Blk 2 5000 15000 No. 1 PB E-30 3. J. C. Oneal Palm Terrace 2$. W. R. L Margaret Odell Florida Park
9. R. G. Blake Et Ux Hibiscus Park Lot 4Mason 100.00 300.00 PB C-60 Lot 7 70.00 210.00 No. 1. PB C.ts
PB B-35, Lot 37 S. R. E. & Ann Clayton Manor 4. Mrs. G. E. Ritchey Palm TerracePB Lot .. Bit 2 100.00 3 O.00
Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 C-60. Lot 6 70.00 210.00 2'. I. I. i Elizabeth Welntr.ub Florida Perk
10. R. G. Blake Et Ux Hisbiscus Park 100.00 300.00 5. E. E. 4, E. Hegen Palm TerracePB No. 1. P8 C-65
PB B-35 Lot 36 4. J. C. 4, Elizabeth Evans uasoe Manor C-40. Lot. 70.00 210.00 Lot S. Bit 2 100.00 300.00
;, Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 4. E. E. .. E. Hagen Palm TerracePB 3CI. I. I. i Elizabeth Welnlraub Florida Perk
11. R. B. Becker Hibiscus Park Lot 12Mason 100.00 300.00 C-60 Lot. 70.00 210.00 No. I. PIS C-4S
PB B-35 Lot 35 7. R. L. & Ruth Peek Manor 7. P. D. & Kittle Yoder Palm Terrace Lot 6. Bit 2 100.00 300.00

Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No. I PB E-30 PB C-60. Lot 3 70.00 210.00
12. R. B. Becker Hibiscus Park Lot 13Mason 100.00 300.00 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
PB B-35 Lot 34 .. J. R. & Betty Sunwill Manor EAST SIDE 1. J. i Edith Moore (Jack) No Ida Park
Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No.1PBE.30Lot 1. G. S. i Fay Eng Palm TerracePB P8 O-S
13. R. B. Becker Hibiscus Park 14Mason 100.08 :900.00 C-60 Let 44 Lot S. BIt 10 ::117.75 1,162.25
PB B-35 Lot 33 ,. E. D. .. Joan Bird Manor Less R-W 70.00 210.00 I. R. L. i Anita T.uln.rl Florida Park

Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 2. E. J. 4 Viola Shea Palm TerracePB n:. No. 4. PB D-S
14. R. B. Becker Hibiscus Park Lot 17Mason 130.00 390.00 C-60. Lot 45 70.00 210.00 Lot 4. Bile 1. less '
'I PB B35. Lot 32 10. J. H. .. Dorothy Campbell Manor X G. H. 4 Ruby Strickland Palm I TerracePB a triangle the ball
Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 Coo, Lot 46 70.00 210.00 of which .Is 61.J
11. R. B. Becker l ". Hibiscus Park Lot 20Mason 125.00 375.01 4. Cecelia Shannon Palm Terrace ft on Cypress St.
.. PB B-35 Lot 31 11. C. S. .. Vivian Bush Manor PB C-60 Lot.7 70.00 210.00 I .. 34C It Oft SE-L Y
Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No. I PB E-30 5. Cecelia Shannon Palm Terrace line BUO 64780
It. R. B. Becker Hibiscus Park Lot 21Mason 100.00 300.00 PB C-60. Lot.. 70.00 210.00 J. J.L.R. L Winiflred Grand Florida Park
PB B35. Lot 30 12. G. J. & Mae Hoffman Manor 6. J. J. Donaldson Palm TerracePB No. 4. PIS O-S
Blk 2 5000 150.00 No. I PB E-30 C-60 Lot., 70.00 210.00 Lot 2. Bit 11 251.10 176.40
17, R. B. Becker Hibiscus Park Lot 27Mason 100.00. 300.00 7. Cora C. Shannon Palm Terrace 4. W. B. i Frances Tucker Florida Park
PB B-35 Lot 29 13. R. H. 4 Rebecca Biggs Manor PB C-60. Lot 50 71.00 210.00 No.4. PB o.S
Blk 2 50.00 150.00 No. 1 PB E-30 .. Cora C. Shannon Palm TerracePB Lot 1. Bit 11 16.00 04.00
It. J. C. & Frances Fettham Hibiscus Park Lot 21Mason 100.00 300.00 C-60. Lot 51 120.00 360.00 S. L. F. L Essie Blelock Florida Park
PB B-35 NY* 14. V. G. & Imogene Perry Manor No. .. P8 D-S
Lot 27 4, Lot 21 No. 1 PB E-30 ASSESSMENT ROLL Lot 9. Bit 12 Ito.OO 300.00
BUt 2 75.00 225.00 Lot 29Mason 100.00 300.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER L G. Me i Marjorie Volk Florida Park

19. W. R. Kattterlne Rushing. Hibiscus Park 15. H. E. I. Betty Cook Manor M.W. 11th Avenue from Its Intersection with N.W. 22nd Street to Its Inter No. .. P8 0.SLot
PB 835. Lot 26 No. t PB E-30 section with N.W. 21st Terrace. I. Bit 12 100.00 300.00
4. SV4 Lot Lot 40 7. KltherIne Bledsoe Florida Park
27. 100.00 300.00 Total length of line 335.00 Ft. .
Blk 2 75.00 moo 14. G. H. Margaret Doyle Mason Manor Total front footage 670.00 Ft. No. 4. P8 O-S
20. H. J. t: Vema Jones Hibiscus Park PB E-30 Frontage to be assessed 310.00 Ft. Lot 70" Blk 12 100.00 300.00

PB B-3S, Lot 25 Lot 41Mason 100.00 300.00 Rate of Assessments 8 3.00 per front foot $ G. L L Eddie id PPart
Blk 2 50.00 150.00 17. C. C. 4 Ruth Davis Manor Total length of line 8 930.00 1, sLot
21. H. J. & Vema Jones Hibiscus Park No. 1 PB E-30 ASSESSMENT SOUTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 6. alk 12 100.01 300.01f.

PB B35. Lot 24 Lot 42Mason 100.00 300.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTIONFlorida FEET BE ASSESSED L A. i Florence Revss No.4, PBa0-S
50.00. 150.00 15. E. M. t Marly Johnson Manor 1. A. 4 Carol Komhaber Park
22. H. J. & Vema Jones Hlbisc s Park No. 1 P BE-30 No. 4 PB D-4 Lot 5. Bit 12 1..00 300.00II.

PB B-35 Lot 23 Lot 53Mason 100.00 300.00 Lot 2 Bit 8 J. H. i Sue Hall Florida Park
155.00 465.00
No. 4
PB O.5
N of Azalea St. 19. C. R. & Ann Rollins Manor 2. T. C. t. Doris Raines. Florida Park Lot
4. Bit
Ext. West. 41.00 144.00 No. 1 P8 E-30 No. 4 PB D-4 12 100.00 300.00
Lot 54Mason 100.00 300.00 Lot 1 Bit 11. J. G. .. Harriet Wilson IOrida Part
S 155.00 465.00 No. 4,
PB 0 s
EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION 20. D. E. 4. Irma Musgrave Manor
1. M. M. & Alice Higgins Hibiscus Park No. 1 PB E-30 NORTH SIDE Lot 3. Bit 12 1Ie.00 3 O.00
PB B-35. Lot 4 Lot 55 100.00 300.00 NONE 12. Frances Rion Florida Perk
No. .. PB
BHc 11 105.00 315.00 o.S
ASSESSMENT :ROLL' ROLL Lot 2. Bit 12 1OO..GO 300,00


FOR SANITARY SEWERIn S.W. 2nd Avenue. from its Intersection with S.W. 2tth Street No. 4. P8 0-5
NW 26th to Its Intersection In NW list Terrace frois Intersection with NW 11th Avenue to Its intersection Lot 1 L Nib of
Street from ts Intersection with NW 4th Place to Its Inter- with S.W. 24th Street. with NW 9th Ave. Lot Ill
section with West University Avenue. Total length of line 1,49X00 Ft Bit 12 166.00 440
Total of lint
Total length of line 1,448.90 ft. Total front footage 2.105.51 Ft. length 447.00 Ft. 14. J. 0. i Mary Cox Florida Park
Total front footage
ft. No.1. P8
Total front footage c..u
XSOOJOft. Frontage to be assessed 1.9SXC1 Ft.
Frontage to be assessed 745.00 ft. Bit 4 less E
Frontage to be 200
assessed 1.944.00 ft. Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot
Rate of assessment 8 3.00 ft
per front fL Lots
Rate of Assessment 60.94.
3.00 per front ft. Total AssessmentSSES5MENT $$.'49.03 Total assessment .
Total Assessment DB mIS.
"' 0. OWNER ASSESSED 0 S i 1
1.. S.. S. May Sharp, Jr. DESCRIPTION Hibiscus Park FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 1. E. D. aV Martha Hlnckley 1-10-19 1. D. L aV Nell Stanley Florida Park FlOrida Park 340,00 1/32,00
(Sherman) W 150 Ft of theS420FtOfN.W No. 4 PB D-5 Na 1. PB c.uIL
PB 835. Lot !
Blk S. Replet U of N.W.te Ofi 2. H. T. .. Margaret DeiraerX Lot Florida 4 Bile Park 8 118.00 moo Butterfield i Duncan BiB 140k Oft of Lot i. '

2. Myra Terwilliger H blecuus29Park 70.00 218.00 S.E. U 150.00 450.00 No. 4 PB D-5 Florida Park 148.00 43100i1.

2. Mrs. F. G. Allen 1-10-19 Lot 5 elk S 110.00 330.00 F. L i Els" 1.. PI 45ik
PB Pat
\ B-35 Lot 4 E 450 Ft Of W R. H. 1 Margaret Blodgett Florida Park lNooi
Blk S. Replat 600 Ft of* 430 No. 4 PB D-5 J MUO 300.00

X R L .. Elizabeth Jones H bisccu29Park: 70.00 218.00 Ft of NV of N.W. Lot 1 BIk I 110.0' moo iL C FIorl 1.s pa Park c-u
D. i Ade
.. V of S.E.V4 450.00 1450.00' 4. R. R. & Helen Wiegman Florida Park B.thea' LNala
PB B-3S. Lot S X G. 0. 4, Patricia. Sommerlin Hibiscus Park No. 4 PB D-4 \ FloricH lSik S 11150 3/101
Blk 5. ReplatPB Perk
PB B-35. Lot 3
9 Blk 8 118.00 '
330.00 No. '
D29Hibiscus 70,0052JO 21600 PI C-65
4. S. G. Ik Esther Beslin Blk 2Hibiscus SUO 145.08
Park 4. G. O. 1 Patricia Summertin Park EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION Lot 1, lilt 5 1..... 30001

PB B-35 Lot 2 PB B-35 Lot 2 1. c..Eo .. Mary Rich Florida Park ASSESSMENT aIII
Bit I IHibiscus 52.5G ROlL
-S. S, G. .\ Esther Beslini. 157 JO Bit 2Hibiscus 55.00 145.00147JO No. 4 PB D-4 FOR SANITARY
Park 5. G. 0. 4 Patricia Summerlin Perk Let S BUt 4 175.00 525.00 N W 10th AwtnU@ from Its SEWER
.:: 1 PB, B-33. Lot 3 PB B-35. Lot I 2. R. H. .. Martha Whitahead Florida Park section with NW 15th Street. intersection w. NW pen Street t. II Wit'

E. N. It Thyra Johnston Blk IHibiscus 157 JO Bit 2Hibiscus 42JO No. 4 PB D-4 Total Length of

"- : .' Park L p. $. & Georgia Tyson Park Lot 3 lilt 9 150.00 450.08 Total Front Line ft.
PB B-35 E U ft.
PB B35.100 ft 1.146.10 8.
7. E. N. & Thyra Johnston' Let l Bk 9 52JOixso 157JO137JO Of Lot 1 BK 1 60.00 110.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL Frontage Rate of A1seument to be Assessed 1.m.00 ft' .-
Hibiscus I Park
7. p. S. 4i Georgia Tyson Hibiscus tot FOR SANITARY SEWER Total S ,3.01 pet troml ft.- -
PBB-ISEUft Asstsamw
1.00311k PB B-35 S ft lit NW fits Avenue from IH Intersection with NW 21st Terrace to Its *3.370.00Cont1nned ... .
Of Lot 2 Bik 1 60.00 1M.OO section with NW 21st Street. ,

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t Friday, A'pri.17. 1964 Gainesville Sun 7ASSESSMENT

I ..* 1" 1. P.F. 4. Anita Carpenter Annie TerracePB ,i 2. M. J. .. Marcella Souk Jr. Florida Park FOR SANITARY ROLL
-.. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED S S. less R-W DB W 42V* ft of Lot 3 III NW Ith Avenue. from Its Intersection
l i with NW
-- 346-453 7X50 220.50 t. & E STY ft Of section 17th444.00ft. Street to UI Inter.
with NW 15th Street.
I, .I. 0. 4 Mary Cox Florida Park 2. Sarah Hines Von Wedel Annis TerracePB Lot 4. Blk 7 100.00 300.00 Total length of line
;* No. I, Blk 4 less D-10 Lot 14 78 JO 235JO 3. F. T. & Alice Adams Jr. Florida Park .
Total front
-.1 E 200 ft of Lots ,3. L. W. Mary Turtle Jr. Annis Terrace No. 4 PB D-5 W footage ....10 ft.
.. 9 & less RoW PB D-10 Lot. 15 74 JO moo 100 ft Of E 115 ft Frontage Rate of Assessment to be assessed 444.eo N.
DB 323-53 less E 4. K. & Edith Luther (Kenneth) Annis TerracePB of Lot 3. BIt 7' 100.00 300.00 Total assessment 4 3.00 per front ft.
I 140 ft of Lots S 4 010. Lof 14 71 JO 235.00 4. F. L. .. Margaret E. Schwartz Florida Park $2J34.40
1 280.00 440.00 5. V. S. & Alice Hodges Annis TerracePB No. 4 PB D-5 W ASSESSMENT .
2. R. E. & Florence Cox Florida Park D-10. Lot 13 78JO74JO 235-50 ISftofLot2&.E15ftofLof3. : NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
No. 1 E 200 ft Of 6. C A. 4. Mary K. Morrison Amis TerracePB DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
' Lots 6, 9. Blk 4 200.00 600.00 D-10 Lot 12 235.50 Blk 7 100.00 300.00 None
2. J. B. 4. Mary Richardson Florida Park 7. Lennon L Gore Annis Terrace

No. 1 Lot 4, PB 010. Lot 11 71..50 235JO ASSESSMENT ROLL 1. Ernest 4 belle-B.'Bridges Forest Park E DESCRIPTION;
.. .Blk 5, PB C45 100.00 300.00 t. H. C. t Susie Edwards Annis. Terrace FOR SANITARY SEWERIn May
.. H. E.*i Florence Bedell Florida Park PB D-10. Lot 10 78 JO 235JO Lot 4

No. 1 PB' C-45. ,. Mrs. C. K. Carley Annis TerracePB NW 9th Place, from Its Intersection with NW 22nd Terrace to its Intersection X E. Coy Strickland 4 Wife Bit 4Forest 165.00Subdivision 315.60
Lot 5, Blk 5 100.00 300.00 D10. Lot' 78 JO 235JO with NW 22nd Street. ParkSubdivision
.. C T. & Margaret Davis Florida Park 10. Nell McVoy Annis TerracePB Total length of line 535.30ft. Lot 7

.r No. 1 PB C-45, 0-10.. Lot 4 71.50 235.50 Total front footage 1,260,40 ft. 3. Joseph J. Ring 4 Wife Blk IForest 185.00 315.00
Lot 4 BUt S 100.00 300.00 11. P. W. & Eunice Calhoun Annis TerracePB Frontage to be assessed 1.060..0 ft. ParkSubdivision

D-10, Lot 7 7'.50 235.50 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Lots
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTIONr 12. R. M. i Patricia Berry Annis TerracePB Total assessment $3,141.20 Blk 4Forest 185.00 315.00
James M. Morris 4 Wife
r 1. T.J.t Emily Cunha 31-'-20. Beg. 740 D-10 Lot' 71.50 235..50 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ParkSubdivision
.! ft W of SW cor. 13. C. S. 4. Jane McCoy Annis TerracePB NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 5
., ner of Cypress 4 D-10, Lot S 74 JO 23SJO235JO 1. B. R. & Billie Martin Woodland Hills 5. F. M. 4 Wynelle VIckery Jr. Blk tForest 105.00 315.00
Wash. Sts. run W1SONS300ftto 14. E. M. & Mildred Nickerson Annis Terrace PB D-46 Lot' 130.20 390.60 PerkSubdivision
PB D-10. Lot 4 71.50 2. J. D. 4. Jane Butterworth Woodland Hills Lot 4
Branch NE 15. F. E. & Helen Jr. Annis Terrace BIt 4Forest 165.00: 315.00
,. PB D-46 Lot S 100.00 300.00 6. Donald H. Yawn 4 Wife
Beg. less R-W 16., W. B. .. Evelyn Coleman Annis Terrace PB D- DB 323-55 150.00 450.00 PB D-10 Lot 2 74JQ Blk 4Forest 165.00 315.00
4. J. G. 4i Carolyn' Richardson Woodland Hills 7. G. H. 4 Mary B. Turner
i .,. 2. R. L. t Emily Thomas 31-9-20. Com. 400 17. Joy B. North Annis TerracePB PB D-46 Lot 2 100.00 300.00 ParkSubdivision
ft W of SW cor. ale Lot 1 5 J. G i Carolyn Richardson Woodland Hills Lot 2
I '.1-: : ;; of t DB 353-321 10..50 Blk a 105.00 315.00
Cypress 241JO
PB D-46 Lot 1 100.00 300.00 X Lynn H. 4 Martha I. Teneyck Forest ParkSubdivision
.. .. Wash. Sts. run
', Branch S along ,1. R. M. DeWItt Annis TerracePB 1 M. L. 4i Virginia Dorsey Woodland Hills Blk 1 109.40 339.49
f'" Branch to R'- D-10, Lot 25 113.20 339.60 PB D-46 Lot 7 130.20 390.60 ASSESSMENT
(': S Snake Branch 2. R. B. & VeMae McNees Annis TerracePB 2. D. 4. Esther Lane (David) Woodland Hills FOR SANITARY ROLL
.. J. SE along Rattlesnake D-10 Lot 24 80.00 240.00 PB D-46 Lot 4 100.00 300.00 SEWERIn
: .. It S u', Branch to 3. K. L. 4. Montle Prime Annis TerracePB X S. .t Bessie! Proctor (Samuel) Woodland Hills NW 11th Road from Its intersection with
I -i''ti ;.' pt 351.1 ft S Of 010. Lot 27 0.00 240.00 PB D-46 Lot' 100.00 300.00 Total length of line 15th street run 200 feet east.
I '[ POB N 351.1 ft to'I 4. C. V. & Onyx Shatter Annis TerracePB 4. K. W. 4. Mary Pofahl Woodland Hills Total front footage 290.00 ft.
Beg. less R-W D-10 Lot 24 40.00 240.00 PB D-46 Lot 11 100.00 300.00 Frontage to be assessed 582.00 ft.
...- DB 323-57 140.00 420.00 5. R. C. 4 Delia Pixler Annis Terrace 5. H. S. (Idell Cherry Woodland Hills Rate of assessment 512.00 ft.
'I 'X Annie L. Lang .,, 31-9-20. Com 454 PB D10. Lot 29 40.00 240.00 PB D-46 Lot 12 100.00 300.00 Total assessment 4 3.00 per front ft.
,S- -' ftWofSWcor. ,. W. & Sophia Gartner Sr. Annis Terrace 41.744.00
( I. ii (William) PB D-10 Lot 30 40.00 240.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL ASSESSMENT
'a "" '. Way Sttss.ronS 7. B. H. & Sue Wise Annis TerracePB FOR SANITARY SEWER NO. OWNER NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
'' E 451 ft to D-10. Lot 31 40.00 240.00 DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
-: .. ,*5' Deg. 1. A. H. & Merry Spurlock Florida
Branch NW along 4. W. T. & Bessie Wilson Annis TerracePB I" NW 22nd Street from its intersection with NW 11th Avenue to Its Inter
l. Branch to Pt D-10, Lot 32 80.00 240.00 section with NW 9th Avenue. No. 1 PB C-65

I -. 351.1 ft S of Cy 9. Mary King Humphrey Annis TerracePB Total length of line 306.00 ft. 2. H. K. 4 Jessie Meyer Lot Florida'. Park 1 97.00 291.00
press St. N 351.1 D-10 Lot 33 40.00 240.00 Total front footage 1135.00 ft.
ft E 144 ft to 10. C. B. Betty Jones Annis TerracePB Frontage to be assessed 665.00 ft. No. 1 PB O45

.. Beg. 144.00 432.00 D-10, Lot 34 10.00 240.00 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 3. H. K. 4 Jessie Meyer Lot 10. Blk 1 7.00 291.00
I 4. W. E. 4 Jane Moore 319..70, Com. 312 11. W. i Nina Ring Annis TerracePB Total assessment 11.995.00 Park
!1' ftwetswcor.of D10. Lot 35 40.00 240.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO No. 1 PB C-65
Cypress 4> 12. Marjorie Thomstorff Annis TerracePB NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 11, Bit 1 97.00 291.00
Wash. Sts. run W 010. Lot 36 40.00 240.00 1. P. E. 4 Sara Peters Florida Park
144fS3Deg.E4Sl IX Jewell G. Ferguson Annis TerracePB No. 4PBa5.N 1. J. W. & Alice Spieth SOUTH Florida Park DESCRIPTION
ft N 43 Deg.E D-10 Lot 37 40.00 240.00 160 ft of E 130 ft
; 182 ft N 330 ft 144.00 432.00 14. D. J. & Joyce Polsen Annis TerracePB of Lot 1. Blk 7 160.00 480.00 Lot No. 1 PB C-65

: .. T. R. & Wynona Crow 31-9-20 W 154 ft D-10. Lot 34 40.00 240.00 2. J. G. & Caroline Richardson S 65 ft of Lot 1 X R. B. I. Charlotte Bennett Florida 8 Park Blk 4 97.00 291.00
of E 1012 ft of N 15. J. C. i Clarice Owen Annis TerracePB Blk 7 Unit 4
280 ft Of S 630 ft D-10. Lot 39 40.00 240.00- Florida Park PB No. 1 PB C-6S

I of sEva 154.00 468.00 16. J. P. 4i Mary .Delaney Annis Terrace D-5 65.00 195.00 X N. & Dorothy Gammon Jr. Lot Florida 7, Blk Park 4 ".00 291.00

4. Louise O. Jackson 31920. W 156 ftofEI56ftofN PB 010. Lot.o 40.00 240.00 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION (Nathan) No.1 PB C-65
1. J. A. 4. Marilyn Noland Florida Park
I 280 ft of S 430 ft ASSESSMENT ROLL No. 4 PB D-5 Lot 6, Bit 4 97.00 291.00

Of SE'A 156.00 448.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn Lot 3 Blk 1 110.00 330.00
I 7. L. E. & Audrey Mims Florida Park 2. E. A. & Cecelia Lynn Florida Park ASSESSMENT ROLL
No- 4 PB 05. W NW 24th Street from Its Intersection with West University Avenue, run No. 4 PB DoS FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
1300 feet North. -
I 120 ft of Lot 1. Lot 6, Blk 4 110.00 330.00 N.W. 12th
Blk 13 120.00 360.00 Total length of line 1,281.00 ft. X R. L. 4. Grace Danburg Florida Park section with ROld. from Its Intersection with N W. 15th Street to Its Int..
Total N.w. 14th Avenue.
front footage 2560.00 ft. No. 4 PB D-5
I ASSESSMENT ROLL Frontage to be Assessed 2370.00 ft. Lot 7, BIt 4 110.00 330.00 Total length of line 3348.20 Ft.
I FOR SANITARY SEWERIn Rate of Assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. 4. Mary H. Henn Florida Park Total front footage 4,275.93 Ft.
Total Assessment $7,110.00 No 4 PB D-5 Frontage to be assessed ',275.93 Ft.

SRD 26 (University Avenue) from Its Intersection with NW 30th Street ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot 10, Blk' 110.00 330.00 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot
run 600 feet West. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Total Assessment $18,827.7
Total length of line 590.00 ft. 1. Mabel S. Hazel Zetrouer Palm TerracePB ASSESSMENT ROLL ASSESSMENT
I Total front footage 427.55 ft. C-60 Lot 10 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn NO. OWNER NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
Frontage to be assessed 97.55 ft. less R-W 40.00 180.00 DESCRIPTIONFlorida FEET BE ASSESSED
Rate of Assessment 4 3.00 per front ft. 2. Mabel Hazel Zetrouer Palm TerracePB N.W. 22nd Street from its intersection with N.W. 9th Avenue run 200 1. W. C. 4 Ann Brenke Park

Total Assessment $292.65 C-40. Lot 11 70.00 210.00 feet South. No. 3 PB C-78
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 3. R. E. Barbara,Choate Palm Terrace Total length of line 203.50 Ft. S Lot 12 100.00 300.00
I NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED PB COO, Lot 12 70.00 210.00 Total front footage 825.00 Ft. 2. H. L. 4 Elsie Breland Florida Parka
NONE 4. R. E. & Barbara Choate Palm Terrace Footage to be assessed 275.00 Ft. No. 3 PB C-71

PB C-60, Lot 13 70.00 210.00 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot Lot 11 Bit 3 100.00 300.00
i SOUTH SIDE S. M. W. Cheney Palm Terrace < Total Assessment $ 42500 X Elmo C. Henderson Florida Park
1. G. L. S. Marie Capel Acres 6. B. V. & Jane Murphy Jr. Palm TerracePB NO. OWNER FEET BE ASSESSED Lot 10 Blk 3 100.00 300.00
Unit 2 PB E.' C60. Lot 15 70.00 210.00 None 4. D. C. 4 Dorothy Swanson Florida Park
Lot 62 97.55 292.65 7. J. W. Ella Davison Palm TerracePB No. 3 PB C-71

C-60. Lot 16 70.00 210.00 EAST SIDE Lot 9 Bit 3 100.00 300.00
I ASSESSMENT ROLL 4. A. L. t Sue Lastlnger Palm TerracePB 1. E. H. 4 Annie Cox Florida ParkNo.4PBDS S. T. M. 4 Elizabeth Simpson Florida Park

FOR SANITARY SEWERN.W. C-60. Lot 17 70.00 210.00 No. 3 PB C-74
,. Evangelical Lutheran Church Palm TerracePB Lot 3 Blk 17 175.00 525.00 100.00 300.00
I 2nd Avenue from Its Intersection with N.W. 32nd Street, run 300 feet East. C-60 Lot 14 2. J. S. 1 Adelaide Neel 31.9.20 6. T. M. 4 Elizabeth Simpson F iorldaBPark

Total length of line 277.00 Ft. DB 304-40 70.00 210.00 E200FtofW No. 3 PB C-7
Total front footage 710.19 Ft. 10. A. D. 4i Anne Brush Palm Terrace 910FtoN100 Lot 7 Blk 3 100.00 300.00
I Frontage to be assessed 220.00 Ft. PB C-60: Lot 19 70.00 210.00 Ft Of S 230 Ft. 100.00 300.00 7. E. E. 4 Barbara Gable HillsidePB
; Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot I 11. A. D. .. Anne Brush Palm' Terrace D-11, Lot 4 4
Total Assessment $440.00 PB C-60 Lot 20 70.00 210.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL Alley adi| DB
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 12. C. H. I Mary Gilliland, Sr. Palm TerracePB FOR SANITARY SEWERIn f 103.00 309.00
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED C-60 Lot 21 70.00 210.00 t. Mary T. Gardner
I 1. Proto Episcopal Church In Black Acres 13. W. A. & Anna Krienke Palm Terrace N. W. 21st Terrace from Its intersection with N.W. 9th Avenue, run 300 PBail.Lot7i

the Diocese of Florida Unit 2 PB E-9 PB' C-60, Lot 22 70.00 210.00 feet South Alley adl.. DB
Lot 20 114.00 330.00 14. W. A..& Anna Krienke Palm Terrace Total length of line 287.00 Ft. 4 101.30 303.90
2. R. M. 4i Leewood Anderson Black. Acres PB C-60 Lot 23 70.00 210.00 Total front footage 750.00 Ft. 9. J. H. 4 Betty Norton HillsideBIk
I Unit ?. PB E-9 15. Grace L. DePass Palm TerracePB Frontage to be assessed 750.00 Ft. PB all Lot 4 .
Lot 21 110.00 330.00 C-60. Lot 24 70.00 210.00 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot Blk S 120.20 369.40
,I h 16. Grace L. DePass Palm TerracePB Total Assessment $2.250.00 10. W. D. 4 Ann Reynolds HrilsidePB

17. A. Y. Delaney & wife Palm TerracePB NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED Blk 5 100.00 360.00
: C-60 Lot 26 4> 1. C. 4>. Vera Williams (Carl) Florida Park 11. Gertrude S. Booth 31.9.20

ASSESSMENT ROLL- alley Id!. on N No. 4 PB D-5 W 575 Ft of 2391
FOR SANITARY SEWER side 75.00 225.00 Lot 1 Blk 17 125.00 375.00 Ft of S 402Vi Ft
In an easement described as, commence In NW 27th Terrace at NW 4th Avenue 2. C & Mary Derrick Florida Park Of N 99S.9 Ft Of
+ run West to NW 29th Street. EAST SIDEDESCRIPTION No. 4 PB D-S S Vl less R-W
Total length of line 45S.50 ft. Lot 5 Blk 17 125.00 375.00 DB 353 Pg. 34S
Total front Footage 1,429.37 ft. 1. J. B. & Josephine Colson Palm TerracePB X Macon L. Hardy Sr. Florida Park 6 less lot as per
Frontage to be assessed 121.70 ft. C-60 Lot 43 4. No. 4 PB D-5 DB 353-20 I. lessN200FtofW110
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. alley adl. DB '" Lot 4 Blk 17 125.00 375.00
Total Assessment S 365.10 312-224 less R-W EAST SIDE Ft 4 less lot asS
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO fr DB 348-394 60.00 1$0.003 1. H. W. & Verda Hill Florida Park 575.00 1725.00
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 2. W. N. t Louise Long Palm Terrace No. 4 PB D-5 12. H. R. 4 Lillian Stringfellow. perParma
NONE PB C-60 Lot 42 70.00 210.00 1 Lot 2 Bik 16 125.00 375.00 :. -o e< S ji a Heights PB E-77
\ X W. N. It Louise Long Palm Terrace 2. C. F. 4. Jeannette Byers Florida Park Lot 7Florida, 13123 484.49
SOUTH SIDEDESCRIPTION PB C-60 Lot 41 No. 4 PB D-5 13. R. e. 4 Maxine Klein Park
& alley ad|" DB 5. Lot 3 81k 16 125.00 375.00 Heights PB E."
1. "H" Inc. Black Acres 312-244 70.00 210.00" X R. E. L. Greene Florida Park Lot 4Flortda 142.44 487.22
Unit 4. PB Food 4. H. W. 4, Edith Bishop Palm TerracePB : No. 4 PB D-5 14. L. R. 4 Jean Jordon Park
Lot 4 121.70 365.10 C-60 Lot 40 70.00 210.00 *' Lot 4 BIt 16 125.00 375.00 Heights PB E-77
5. H. W. 4i Edith Bishop Palm TerracePB Lot 4 120.00 360.00
ASSESSMENT ROLL C-60 Lot 39 70.00 210.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL 15. L. E. & Carol Crevasse, Jr. 31-9-20
FOR SANITARY SEWER 4. Mrs. R. J. Wilmot Palm Terrace FOR SANITARY SEWERIn ''W100FtofE

N.W. 12th Avenue from Its Intersection with N.W. 25th Terrace, run 550 feet West PBC60Lot31i <. 55 2960 Ft of S 201.25Ft
Total length of line 330.00 Ft. alley ad|. DB N.W. 9th Avenue, from Its intersection with N.W. 21st Street run 300 feet of N 1009.15

Total front footage 1,008.85 Ft. 312-244 70.00 210.00 East. Ft of 5'* 100.00 300.00
Frontage to be assessed 788.65 Ft. 7. Mrs. R. J. Wilmot Palm TerracePB Total length of line 289.00 Ft. 14. J. B. 4 Kate Montague 31-9-20
Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot C-60 Lot 37 70.00 210.00 Total front footage 530.10 Ft. W 100 Ft of E
Total Assessment i3659S .. Mrs. R. J. Wilmot Palm TerracePB Frontage to be assessed 391.00 Ft. 3060 Ft of S 201.25
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO C-60 Lot 36 70.00 210.00 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot Ft of N 1009.15Ft
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED ,. Helen D. Fox Palm Terrace Total Assessment $1,17390 of SV* 100.00 360.00
1. J. 4. Peggy Kronsbeln (John) Mason Manor i PB C-60 Lot 35 4. ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 17. L. O. 4 Christine Rowllnd'Snow S-D. Unit 1
Lot 25 110.00 330.00 312-244 70.00 210.00 1. W. N. 4 Marguerite Robinson Florida Park Bit ASnow 140.00 420.00
X W. D. t Shirley Baker Mason Manor 10. Helen D. Fox Palm TerracePB No. 4 PB D-5 1$. C. F. 4 Kathleen Sarle S-D Unit 1
No. 1 PB E30Lot C-60, Lot 34 70.00 210.00 Lot 4 Blk 9 252.50 757.50 PB E-24, Lot 4
24Mason 110.00 330.00 11. E.. L. t Louise Fouts Palm Terrace Blk ASnow 110.50 331.50
3. Dew Inc. Manor PB C-60 Lot 33 SOUTH SIDE 19. H. A. I. Carlle E. Laskey S-D Unit 1
No. 1 PB E-30 & alley adl.! DB 1. D. L. 4 Lyla B. Dowd Florida Park PB E-24, Lot S
Lot 23 161.65' 303.65SOUTH 312-244 70.00 210.00 No. 4 PB D-5 Blk ASnow 130.00 390.00
12. E. L. & Louise Fouts Palm Terrace Replat of Blk 15 20. W. S. & Mamye Wood S-D Unit 1

SIDE .. PB C-60 Lot 32 70.00 210.00 PB D..., Lot 1 134.40 414.40 PB E-24, Lot 4
1. F. J. t Mae Gallagher Mason Manor 13. E. L i Louise Fouts Palm Terrace Blk ASnow 109.36 3S9.04
No. 1 PB E-30 PB C-60 Lot 31 ASSESSMENT ROLL 21. R. L. & Mary Hadley S-D Unit 1
Lot 31Mason 100.00 300.00 less N 15 ft. 55.00 145.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn PB E-2!, Lot 1
2. H. C. 1 Doris Davis, Jr. Manor 14. R. R. & Beverly Cowden Palm TerracePB NW 8th Place from Its intersection with NW 21st Street, run 300 feet East. Blk BSnow 110.00 330.00
No. 1 PB E.30 C-60 Lot 30&NlSftofLot Total length of line 30000 ft. 22. R. L. 4 Mary Hadley S-D Unit 1
Lot 32Mason 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 556.33 ft. PB E-24, Lot 2
3. J. W. 4 Lois Miller Jr. Manor 31, & alley adl./ .. Frontage to be Assessed 417J3 ft. Blk BSnow 130.00 390.00
No. 1 PB E-30 DB 312-244 U.oo. 255.00 .- Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 23. T. A. 4 Maribel and J. W. 4 S-D Unit 1
Lot 33 100.00 300.00 15. P. 4. Dorothy Llsca (Peter. ) ; Palm Terrace Total Assessment 11.252.59 Jane Snow PB E-24, Lot 3

.. D. R. 4. Virginia Shanklln. Mason Manor PB C-60 Lot 29 '. ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Blk B 145.00 435.00SOUTH
Lot 34 100.00 300.00 312-2<<. DB 324- 1. F. J. S. & Fern Mature, Sr. Florida Park SIDE
211 does not In* ;. No. 4 PB D-5 1. D. S. & Mary Anthony Florida Park
ASSESSMENT ROLL elude alley 70.00 210.00 Replat of Blk 15
No. 1 PB C-45
FOR SANITARY SEWER 14. G. K. & Ruthanna Davis Palm TerracePB PB D-49, Lot 4 139.30 .17." Lot 1 Blk 2 100.00 300.00
1 N.W. 11th Avenue from Its intersection with N.W. 25th Terrace run 550 feet West. C-60 Lot 21 2. J. C. It Dorothy Dixon Florida Park
Total length of line 325.00 Ft. & alley ad|. DB Ji SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION No. 1 PB C-45
I Total front footage $00.00 Ft. 337-108 70.00 210.00 1. C S. Berrien Florida Park Lot 2 Blk 2 100.00 300.00
Frontage to be assessed 800.00 Ft. 17. G. K. Ruthanna Davis Palm TerracePB No. 4 P3 0.5 X P. L. 4 Cornelia Hanna Florida Park
Rate of Assessment 4 3.00 per front foot C-60 Let 27 Replat of Blk 15 No. 1 PB C-45
Total Assessment $2,400.00 & alley adj. DB PB D-/9. Lot' 134.40 416.40 Lot 3 Bit 2 100.00
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ';112.2<< 75.00. 225.00 .. 2. C. R. 1 Wilhelmina Waters Florida Park 4. E; 4: America Galnous Florida Park 360.00

1. M. J. & DeForest Jurklewla Mason Manor ASSESSMENT ROLL Replat of Blk 15 Lot 1 Blk 3 94.00 284.00
No. 1 PB E-30 FOR SANITARY SEWER PB 0-4, Lot 5 139.43 411.29 5. M. H. I. Neora Johnson Florida Park

X J. W. 4 Edna Caslick Lot Mason 38 Manor 100.00 300.00 In NW 16th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 22nd Terrace; run '.450 ASSESSMENT ROLL Lot No. I 2 PB Blk C-45 3 ".00 211.00
feet East.
NaiPBE.10Lot FOR SANITARY SEWER 6. M. H. 4 Neora Johnson Florida Park
Total length of line ....00 ft.
31 100.00 300.00 Total Front I" N.W. 20th Street from its Intersection with N.W. Ins Avenue run 700 feet No.1 PB C-65
3.. T. Stephen 4i Serena Melvin Mason ManorNo. Footage 536.75 ft. : North. Lot 3 Blk 3 ".00 21140
Frontage to be assessed 536.75 ft.
1 PB E-30 7. W: F. & Enneklng( Florida Park
Rate of assessment 4 3.00 per front n. Total length of line 602.00 Ft. Margaret
Lot 36 100.00 300.00 No. 1 PB C-45
Total front footage 1240.65 Ft.
4. C. J. & Eileen Wilcox Mason Manor Total Assessment $1,410.23NORTH Lot 4 Blk
ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Frontage to be assessed 55065 Ft. 3 ".00 211.00
No. 1. .PB E-30 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Rate of Assessment 4 3.00 per front foot I. W. F. 4 Margaret Enneklng Florida Park
Lot 35 100.00 300.00SOUTH No. I PB C-45
Total Assessment $1351.95ASSESSMENT
1. G. H. & Josephine 31-9-20. S 145 ft
Baumer III Of N 2594.42 ft ofE193ftofW24 WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot S Blk 3 ".00 211.00
1. J. S. 4> Vivian Nolan Mason Manor $ None No. 4 PB D-5
No. 1 PB E-30 ft as per DB 341-' Lot 1 Elk 1 95.70 247.14
431 "5.00 545.00
Lot 44Mason 100.00 300.00 EAST SIDE 10. D. K. & Dorothy Heythorne Florida Park
2. J. R. & Dorothy Henderson 31-9 20 S 495
X Norma Jean Wagner ManorNo. 1. Mae B. Andrews 31-9-20 No. 4 PB D-5
of W 195 5-9
I PB E-30 yds E110FtofW Lot 2 Blk 1 95.78 27.10
Lot 45Mason 100.00 300.00 yds of NW less 21ITVi Ft. of N 75 11. P. 4 Viola Tarrant Florida Park
X G. H. t Margaret Herget Manor parcels Ft of S 105 Ft. 75.00 225.00 No. 4 PB D-5
Na1PBE'N W 45 ft 31920E Lot 3 Blk 1 95.70 247.W
X E. J. & Gladys Jarrett
of 11 A
Lot 46Mason 100.00 300.00 parcel '. 110 Ft of W 12. T. W. Stearns Florida Park
D. D. 4 Isabel Gull Manor less W 75 ft of 2187V Ft. of N 75 No. 4 PB D-S
ZOJ.7S. 003- .23
No. 1 PB E-30 parcel 4 Lot 4 Blk 1 95J4
Ft of S 110 Ft 75.00 225.00 287.10
M. 1 Gertrude 165.66
H. 1
X McLaurin +
20. S
Lot Florida Park
47 100.00 300.00 13. Florida Park Improvement
X B. T. 4 Mildred Arnow Finley HeightsPB
n of N 2597.24 ft
E-17, Lot 1 100.65 301." Club No. 4 PB D-5
Of E140ftofW
1 95.70 247.14
4. B. T. 4 Mildred Arnow Finley HeightsPB
584.67 ft. as per _
FOR SANITARY SEWER 14. Florida Park Improvement Florida Park
1 E-17, Let 4 100.00 300.00J.
In NW 10th Avenue from its Intersection DB 341-429 140.00 420.00 No. 4 PB D-5
with NW 25th Terrace run 550 B. T. 4 Mildred Amow Finley HeightsPB dub
feet West. Lot 4. BIk 1 9170
E17. Lot 3 100.00 300.00 247.14
Total length of line 524.00 ft. 4. B. T. 4 Mildred Amow Fluky' HeightsPB 15. H. M. I. Ruth WallbrvfM Florida Park
Total front footage 1020.00 ft. E-17 Lot 2 100.00 300.40 lea 4 PB D-5
Footage to be assessed 1,020.00 ft. Lot 7, Blk 1 95.70 217.10
Rate of Assessment S 3-00 per front ft. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn ASSESSMENT ROLL 16. G. D. 4 Helen Barnhart Florida Park
Total Assessment Na1PBaSlot
ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO NW 11th Avenue from its Intersection! with NW 22nd Terrace, run 350 ., Elk 1 95.70 27.19
III NW Its Intersection with NW 18th Terrace. run 450 feet
feet East. Ith Avenue from
1. B. R. 4 Blrgifta Nechay Mason ManorNo. Total length of line 359.00 ft. East No. 4 PB D-S
1 PB E-30 Total front footage 017.M ft. Total length of line 707.00 ft. Lot 9 Elk 1 95J4 247.14
Lot 52 114.00 330.00 Frontage to be Assessed 847.40 ft. Total front footage M77J7 ft. II. Episcopal Church Florida ParkNa1P80.S
2. R. F. 4 Eileen FaraenX Mason Manor Rate of Assessment 100 per front ft. Frontage to be assessed ....20 ft.
No. I PB E-30 Total Assessment 3.2.Sit-20 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Lot 10. Blk 1 95.10 217.40
Lot 51 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO TotalASSESSMENT $245240 19. Letitia J. Brand Florida Park
No. I PB E-30 1. R. 0. Dorothy Stripling Florida Park NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 1 Ilk 2 93.1 279 JO

Lot 50 100.00 300.00 No. 4 PB D-S. NONE 20. S. L. 4 Virginia Beckwith Florida: 1.
.. W. 4 Roberta G. Queen Jr. Mason Manor W 11147 ft of No. 4
No. 1 PB E-30 Blk 4 4. W 11147n SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Lot 2 Blk 2 9X40 210.20
Lot 49Mason 100.00 300.00 of part of Blk 1. Jerry Robertson L Wife N 85 ft of E 16* 21. Nancy M. Wbs sam Florida Park
I. J. J. L Annie Prltz Manor 5 DB 331-174 t ft of Lot 40. less No. 4 PB D-5
No. | PB E-30 DB 341-17 H1-47 33541 8th Ave. R-W 4 Lot 3. Blk 2 93.40 240JO284J4
Lot 44 100.00 300.00 2. R. C 4 Evelyn Sanders. Jr. Florida Park less E 21 ft for 22. J. F. li Bonnie' Baxter Florida Park
No. 4 PB D-5 street R-W lea 4 PB D-5
I SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION E 111.lJftetW i22X74 a' .. Spencer Plat InNY Let 4, 2 9X40
1. L. G. 4 Alice Grant Mason Manor ft of Btk 4 Sec. 4-10-24 14.00 564.00 23. H. N. & Grace Miller Florida:Park
.** Y 1 PB E-30 i BUt 5 IS per X F. C Ridgeway 4 Wife Forest ParkSubdivision No 4 D5L
-? led 54Mason 114.00 moo DB 3Sl-1G 111.17 33541' Lot 1 lorda anti 93.40 Z90.29
X Margaret R. William Manor 3. C. B. & Charlotte Keenan Florida Park '. Blk 4 124JO 372.40 24. J. F. & Ewnyce WomeWvrf Jr. : :
No. I PB E-30 No. 4 PB D-5 E X Eo T. 4, MryK. Sullivan Begin NW cor. o.. 4 D-5.
Lot 57Mason 100.00'- 300.04 111.i7ttoW -j Lot 2. Blk X runS Lot 1. Elk 3 tUG 244.40
X D. C. 4 Mary Minor Manor 335.41 ft of Blk 4 11 deg. 20' 05i 25. M. L. I. Frances Macleod Florida Park
t No. 1 PB E-30 *> tract N of same .. i E 120 ft. N 74 deg. NaIP84S.
Lot 58Mason 100.00 300.00 I. S of N line of 'r 55" E 115 ft 5 Lot 2 BIk 3 4440 24X40
I 4. D. A. 4 Alice Morley ; Manor SRO drainaW N 14 deg. 34 aS"W96.3aftSu 26. C. B. ft Am Smith: ; Florida Park
1HJ7 33541 a
No. 1 PB E-M easement NalPeas
t Lot 59Mason 100.00 300.00 .. L. R. 1 Gladys Dregstedt Florida Park a deg. 14- 55" W 111 Lot X BUt 3. 11.10 214....
5. Quality Byiiders Of Mater No. 4 PB 0.5.W132.3ftefldb. ft. Forest Park > ,. %1. A. D. I. Laura OamMess Florida Park
Gainesville, Inc Subdivision DB Na1PeaS
No. 1 PB E-30 ? ?
Lot 60 100.00 304.08 less W 20-71 ft, 3-714 111.00 Lot 4. Blk 3 4440 244.40:
i Blk 4, also a c 4.. John H. 4 Emma A. Davis Sr. lot 2 less part 21. Marian A. Youngs Florida Park
ASSESSMENT ROLL portion adl. CIft N sold to Stein 4 No. 4 PB D-5
"JR SANITARY SEWER as per DB 3433Q 0 Lot 3 less part Lot S. Elk 3 94.90 244.70
I In NW.t 25th Street, fro.: its Intersection with west University Avenue, rwi 111.7t 335.21 ., sold to Halperin. ._ ok 29. A. L. & Cenevive Funk Florida Park
354 North. < .t {oI 1 ; Blk 3 ForestS lea 4 PB .S.
Total length of line 1.210 00 Ft. SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Park SubdivisIon '. Lot 1, Bit 4. SCXOO UU.M
Total front footage 2.Ui70 Ft. 1. 1C C 4 Audrey Schumacher Florida Park 3 11LOO moo

Frontage be assessed 2,644,70 Fa. I : *. .. ,W.. 4 PB D-5 1 5. Sam P. Hare Forest P.rkSubdivWon .
of Assessment 3.00 front foot n of Lot 4 (Continued on Page 81
I per
Tonal Assessment 47.934.14 :.10; 100.11 100.01 Lot u B.* I ROO 1.110.00 .


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8 Gainesville. Sun Friday, April 17, 1964


= (Continued from Page 7)) No.- OWNER-i ., deg. 1," 30" W u. S. Chiefs Wish

.. 124.25 ft to Creek -

FOR SANITARY ,SEWER' 9" ; v Creek to point on DOYLE
;,..t". NW 12th Road from Ms Intersection with NW 15th SfrHt'rwi. JOO..1 Eoat.III W line of said Lot
Total length of line 2300 ft. .: j 3. thence S a .
< Total front footage 582.00 ft.58J.08 along said W line Khrushchev
,' Frontage to be ssesseo'P ft. ,' 304.25 n to POB 220.00 44000 CONNER 70-:: -

\ Rat ef Assessment JJO per front ft. S. S. C L'Catherine Butter. Snow" Subdivision I _
.* Total .' "-* : ; Unit 1PBE24Lot1 I .. .. .
: > 'v Assessment: ... :
; ..
-*ASSESSMENT f i ? .'. *
: thought aheadto the months
N side ciinrs I
S adi on
_. .,. I. H. I.. ft Dorothy Knowtes Florida Park *> 105.94 317.U 0'rw Dark

*."' 7 Lot No 7 3 ft PB wv C."of ; DB 344-45 Commissionerof By MAX FRANKEL I I and years of effort th"e.t-pt: Jllt be

:. ,.' Vet I, Blk 4. HUG t 43450 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 'i needed to educate a new- generation -
.t 1. H. R. ft Lillian Strmgfello Florida Park WASHINGTON completely -
........2. Limorah G. StebWnt Florida Park Heights PB E-77 i of. Soviet ka&rs- the
,M : "..41 595.23 candid birthday greeting from:
: E4oflotL Lot 1Florida '
cJ: :sophisticated arts ot cold-war
14550 '434.50 2. J. Robert ft Marjorie Carrie Park -
Let *, Btk 4 1 r AgricultureI'M Washington to Premier Khrush-
Heights PB E 77 :
I communication and
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 4k. Lot 2Florida '10Ut''r ;.304.17 chev at 70 would wish the Soviet[ competition

1. J. M. ft Sard Cable Florida Park 3. G. A. ft Marilyn Rudderman Park life.I I and to impress upon them
P8 E-77 of
: NO 1 PB C-4S Heights ., leader many long years the dangers of provocative for-
700 2100 Part of Lot as I,,
Blk 1
X. H. L. & Evil Boerner Let Florida t Park per ,OR 97141Florida 10.00 3000' That is the prevailing senti-t eign adventure.. i ._ .
.. G. A. ft Marilyn Rudderman ParkHeights
Ml.CO PB E-77 ment among influential policy I
:.::; Let 2. Blk 1 91M r" 1 1 It
the old-shoe
Lot 3 less W 10 ft was feehng that
..... 1. R. H. 1 Mabel W. Thurstot Florida Park makers here and it was fully _

I :-' Let No 1 a,PB Blk I C-45.1 ".00 "'.00 ft NE less Cor A*part s per In '. .' the opportunity to continue serving.Floridas revealed during that hour last![emerged, looking upon.Khrushchev -
part of lot as per comfor&Vle-
.. .' ;, as nicely
OR-97-141 100.00 300.00 Monday when Khrushchev was
..1.-* FOR ASSESSMENT SANITARY ROLL SEWER 5...G. A..ft Marilyn Rudderman Florida Park consumers and growers through: !matter how unattracilve-Xs one
51. NW 14th Avenue, from Its Intersection with NW 14th Terrace to Its later Heights of lot PB E-77 reported |official said remarkmg the
f part as per ,
...4ctK with NW 13th Street.MA OR 97141 10.00;. .'30.00 feeds ferti- The sentiment prevails not because
Imj 1.104.10 ft. INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, views of his
Total length ef colleagues That
: ft. 1 4". F. B. Mary Strlngfellow. 31-9-20 W 220 Washington particularlylikes

r ii- Total Frontage front to footage be assessed J 2,414.71,334.70 ft. : Of 402.5 E 3080 n Of ft N Of 91.9 S lizers, seeds and pesticides; him, but rather because it old guy stared down the barrel I
front ft.
*t. Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per ft of Sib less N i with us in the Cuban missile
... ._ $7,004.10 It wants to him
Tetal Assessment AMOUNT TO \ 201U ft of E 100 MARKETING of Florida agricultural products; knows see
SIDE FRONT crisis and
ASSESSMENT NO. OWNER NORTH DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED n ef w 120 ft ft .* stay in power not because it ul- people thought itwasa \

r.I.- W. A. ft S. J. Kkkliflhter 31,',20. Comm. .f' t S less 20125 W 200 ft. ft ef 100.00 \ .'SCO.CO PROTECTION of plant and livestock indus- timately trusts him, but becauseit shame to lose him so fast.after -

SOftNLlO64ft 7. W. ft Barbara Probed (Walter) Section 31-*.20 that useful "
experience. ,
W of SE cornerOf W 100 ft. Of E 3068 tries against diseases and insects; thinks there is reason to trust
NEU N 100 n

%'..:M=:. W200RS110ttE 200 ft. 200.00 40050 : 1 ftof$20H4ftofN 797.65 ft of SVi -. .-.J{ ECONOMY in government by working for his prudence in the face of j The limited frail but appur-

: &. easement asper
; 2. Margaret SciyKtaitter 3. Fannie! 31.9.20. Com at DB 290 214 American power. 'ently enduring peace between
: SE comer of better efficiency and conservation as a When officials tried last Mon-
6 10 ft adl OR the United States and Kl nish-
3* ttto
._ NEU run W
.. POB N 411 ft A. E. ft Lula. Brandt 86545Snow Subdivision 100.DO1MOO 300.00L Cabinet member. day to imagine the world with- chev's Russia has been celebrated .

-W W 245 ft NW Unit 1 .'> out a Khrushchev, they feared with
le along Spring PB E-24, Lot 1 (paid Political AdvfrU-tmrnt) increasing candor by
._._..:,. which Branch is to 1465.70 a point ft .. .. Blk A 311ASSESSAAENT not merely the unknown man or administration leaders.

W ef E line of See. ROLL men who would eventually take I

-= Ave S to E Michigan to POB .. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn (Advertisement) his place beside the hot-line com Practicing the prudence of

"-"' a.;. 200 less ft S ft 300 less ft of W E NW. 17th Street from its Intersection. with NW 14th Avenue, run 200 feetSouth. The American public spends 400,000,000 hours a munications link and beside the their own politics, they hedge

% 200 ft of S 100 n. (2470 2474.10 Total length of line :i'i 1700 ft. week reading its daily newspapers. nuclear panic button. They also their words, but they nonethe

>:M. Lewis I. Leader .; ,.. ;1".- ft 31-40 9.2**W Com ef SE 50 N Total Front Footage 414.90 ft. less have hammered hard at the

Frontage to be assessed 279.SO ft. ..
.wr Cor of NEt W Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft.. ''theme first sounded by President
; 200 N 261' E -
._ 261' to POB 200.00 40000 Total Assessment $839.40ASSESSMENT his
S WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Kennedy in speech at

--or.....:... SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION .. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED i ''American University 10 months
1. R. G. & Rosa Leighty Hillside, PB D-11
ft Roberta Conkltn 31.*.20. W 150 ft ;
3. E. E. Lot 1. Blk 5 440.. 2320. Q :ago:
;:..... ofE1150fttofSUS iL
ft of N 170 ft 2. R. G. & Rosa Leighty Hillside. PB D-ll
Lot 2, Blk 5 270 271.10
RW 15000 450.00 1
of SVS less "Let
us re-examine attitude
3. R. E. & Eileen Layton Hillside PB D-11 oar
__1. Eo C. II.. ft Louise Fryer of 31420.E c:ft)OOr N Lot 3. Blk 5 92.70 27(10 i toward the Soviet Union.

.- 330 ft of SVa less
street 100.00 300.00 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTIONNONE :Among the many traits the pea

.- J. First Presbyterian Church of 31-9.20. W 9S ft Of pIes': of our two countries havein
Gainesville E 900 ft of N 331.5 I
ft of SVi less R-W '5.00 285.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL common, none is stronger
-4. S. D. J. Ethel Carpenter. Sr. 31-*-20. W 110 ft than
ofEWftof N 220 I Tit CO m MtiCn STOK our mutual abhorrence of
N.W 1Iff'I Street, from its intersection with NW. 14th Avenue run 350 "
.- ft of that part ef feet North. war.
....- SET S ef R-W 110.00 330.00
Total length of line 390.00 Ft.
_.-_J. A.W. L Mildred Combs 31-ofE695fto'S*20. W 105 ft Total front footage *97. 5 Ft. L President Johnson put it this

,_. Frontage to be assessed 411.>0 Ft.
200 ft Of N 261.E
rc-.:.. ft of S'i 105.00 315.00 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot .way: "The world as it was and

---.. F. C. ft Helen Whitlow 31.9..20. 105 n ASSESSMENT Total Assessment WEST 51.156.70 SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO j. t :the world as it is are not the
of E 590 ft of N Garden -
220 ft of that partS same any more. General was is
1. C. B. & Edna Wester Hillside
of NW 16th
,_ Ave 105.00 315.00 PB D-11. S 135 I impossible.i and, "I am glad
Ft of Lot 2,
,.,_ 7. T. H. ft Helen Hundley 31-9-20, W 102.5 N Blk 4 135.00 40500 'to! see that Mr. Khrushchev is
.- ft of E 485 ft of (
;;-. 220 ft ef that part 2. S. A. & Marjorie Hussey Jr. HillsidePB D11. N 121 4 playing the role of peace and
of SEtA S of R.W 102.50 30750 .
=|. M. R. & Virginia Ahrens 31.*-20. W 102.5 Blk Ft of 4 Lot 2. 121.40 364.20 seeking to preserve peace in
ft of E 3825ft et \ : "
the world.
S 220 ft of N 270 tt :
:2.::_ ft of Sless R W 102.50 307.50 EAST SIDE ARTNO Ii
1. H. A. & Faye Lee Hillside Replat 1
M. C. ft Florence Alleyne 31 9 240 ft GQ oRTllo The Soviet rulers added Secretary
_ati_f. of E of S .- .* PB 0-91, Lot 7 E a.e i

,_ 180 ft of N 195 ft BIle 3Hillside 11000 330.00 t; lOR I of State Dean Rusk uapi
te.. of 5less R-W 24000 72000acJ' 2. R. J. A M. Jane Hampton ReplatPB tNffT Lr OilatB ,
.. D-l Let 4 i: pear to have begun to realize
ROLL Blk 3Hillside 110.00 33000 FJfI BFBa
FOR SANITARY SEWER 3. H. R. I Lillian Stringfellow Replat that there is an irresolvable con-
.;i, PB D.1, Lot 3
". H NW 14th Avenue from its Intersection. with NW Itth Street to its intersection Blk 3 14250 42750 I t ,tradiction between the? 'dem dsi
with NW 15th Street. i
,a,*. Total length of line 1.782.00 ft. ASSESSMENT 'ROLL r to promote world communism

?_ Total front footage 3.155.50 ft. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 1 by force and the needs and interests .
Frontage to be assessed 3.031.50 NW 17th Terrace from Its intersection with NW 14th Avenue, run 350
-T Rate of assessment S 100 per front ft.St.11250 feet North. of the Soviet state and

Total assessment Total length of line 38800ft. I people"
.. Total front footage *94.33 ft.

.-. 1. N. E. ft Margaret Maybe Hillside PB DI Replat Lot'I Frontage Rate of Assessment to be assessed S 721.53 3.00 ft.per front ft. $ 98 $549 I j And United Nations Ambassador

Blk 3 103.00 30fM Total Assessment $21645 63c : Adlai E. Stevenson noting
2. W. R. & Sue Winter Hillside ReplatPB WEED-B-GON qt. :
.. D-71 Lot f NO. OWNER : the "ceasefire" in the world,
1. S. D. & Irene Diettrkh Hillside Replat
Blk 3 10100 309.00
PB D1 Lot 6 :said that "perhaps" the Cuban
.. J. Patricia A. Craig Hillside Replat I
Blk 3 330.00
PB D.f 1 Lot 10 .
missile crisis the end of the
BIK 3 10100 309.00. 2. B. D. & Mildred Spangler ;Hillside Replat I t was

..: /. C. W. a. Eleanor Fennlngtoa.. Hillside Replat '* '. .. BIle PBD91LetSi 3 11000 330.00 .j O R1K0wi road t for ,nuclear confrontation!
PB D41 1 Lot I
._ Blk 2 103.00 309.00 3. U r. I Myrtle Walker Hillside ReplatPB I :just: as Korea may have been
D'91 Lot 1
7* I. O. P. Pauline McArthur Hillside Keplaf Blk 3 J41.33 423.9* t .' the end of classical armed aggre >
S PB D f 1 Lots GG ':
r1' y!' tt P CJHillsKt *4: 10100! 309001 'r- EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION I ORTNO Iq ORTItO $sion on neighbors. .
"" i. C. H. ft Ara.Van Midd'lum. ReplafPB I pellets
D." Lot 1Blk 1. J.. B. & Joan.Robbins Hillside ReplatPB
D 91 Lot 7 v1C
\ 2Hillside 103.00 309.CO I
"--. t ReplatPB Blk 2 110.00 33000 1 i >: FOOp Woman Wins
7. J. E. Virginia Slaughter. D 9J Lot I '. .2. S. D. & Emily. Carpenter. Jr. Hillside ReplatPB 12 0a it SprA i
D91 Lot 4
:;. \ .Blk 1Hillside 102.50 307.50
Bile 2 110.00 330.00 I
S. H. E. ft L rene Walker Replat ,
PB D-91 Let 9 3. H. R. L Lillian Stringfellow Hillside Replat Fed.
r PB D.*1 Lot 3 : Fellowship
Blk 1Hillside 103.00 30900307JO
Blk/ 2 14020 42040 .
t. R. M. L Charlotte Walbeck Replat ,
... w.. .w. PB D.'l Lot )' j. : I
w Blk 1Florida -- 10J.SO I Princeton
.. "'"
10. A. D. & Joyce Sutherland Park
.0r. No 3 PB C-71 In NW '17th Street from its Intersection with NW 14th Avenue, run 350 feet I
... Lot 6. Blk 2 100.00 300.00 North.
Total tenth of tine 388.00 ft. ( ) Betty
z 11. H. B. I. Margaret Crosby Florida Park FOOD BUG-GETA VOLCK
No. 3 PB C-7I.. Total front footage 993.00 ft. ;Dillon, of Arlington, Va., a
:- I Lot 5, Blk 2 100.00 300.00 Frontage to 'be assessed 720.20 ft. i
e= 11. C. F. & Christine Sheey Florida Park Rate of Assessment $ 3.00 per front ft. $139 $119 $149 (Civil Aeronautics Board em

or No. 3 PB C-71 Total Assessment 12.160.60 1 2'/2 LBS. 1 QT. I ploye I was announced Tlmrs.I .
Lot 4. Blk 2 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT : WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO QT. ,

.+ 4J. G. K. L Retha Page Florida Park NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED I day as the first woman winner
a No 3 PB C-7 1. J. F. ft Sarah Moor Hillside Replat
s S.... Lot 3. Bit 2 100.00" 30000 PB D-?! Lot 6 i of a fellowship to PrincetonUniversity's

.v1C. H. P. L Aliten Saunders Florida Park Blk 2 110." 33000 I Woodrow Wilson
"No. 3 PB C-71 2. F. E. t Alms Davies Hillside ReplatPB ORTHO-GRO j
,' Lot 2 Blk 2' 100.00 300.00 D-91 Lot S j ROSE :School of Public and Interna,

J.: \!. W. M. I. Ella Marling. Jr. Florida Park Blk 2Hillside 110.00 330.00 I BUY ONE GALLON I
No. 3. PB C-71 3. T. A. ft Rose Ridgell Jr. RI'PI.t I itional Affairs.
__ Lot 1 &. Va of St. PB D-91 Lot 1 I FOR DUST i
ad|I. as OB _, Blk 2 140.20 42060
per .
; She LS one of 12 federal em.
Blk 2 130.00
34S7, 390.00
.It I EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION $498 :ployes named for
bUS1 a year's fellowship
:. SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 1. A. G. ft Mary Smith Hillside Replat .11 REG. $1.49

_. 1. W. E. L Patricia Clmore. 31-9,20. Lot as per PB D-91 Lot 7 crs studies.
OR 70-4)3 110.00 330.00 Blk 1 110.00 33000
.r 2. Gertrude S. Booth 31.9.20. W 575 ft 2. Vera G. Chatterton Hillside Replat ; ; AND GET THE I f! Mrs. Dillon a specialist in
'_ : of 2391 ft ol S PB D 91 Lot. ,
.... Blk 1 11000 330.00 SECOND GALLON
40? Of N WI9 ROSE FOOD international economics a licensed -
;.. of SI I lest R-W, 3. C. H. Janes ft Wife Hillside ReplatPB ,
,. DB 353-348 & D-91 Lot 3 FOR ONLY REG. 79c pilot and the mother of
less N 200 ft of W Blk 1 140.00 42000 ._ '
JIO ft J. less Lot 1ls.f an 8-vear-old girl, said she is

as per OR 234364 :35JOO 1.065.00 FOR ASSESSMENT,SANITARY ROLL SEWERIn I V NOW BOTH .(!delighted and excited at the

FOR $1.88 I'
St.s.. 3. T. W. ft Lois Harrison 31920. 110 ft on NW Uth Terrace from Its Intersection with NN 14th Avenue to Hi intersection !prospect.

NW 14th Ave ast with NW Uth Avenue. I _
Per DB 347-121 110.00 330.00 Total length ef line 547.60 ft. I She has been with the CAB
I- 4.. J. E. ft Frances Hudson. Hillside. PP D-ll Total front footage '77.70 ft.
Lot 2 Blk 6 102jO 307.50 Frontage to be assessed 4380 ft. "Downtown Garden Supply Headquarters"SATISFACTION since 1960. Her job includes re-
5. R. S. ft Miriam Mathis Hillside PB D-11 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. I I
Lot 1. Blk 6 t02.oo 306.00' Total Assessment SI.9)40 searching and advising the CAB

:? ,. C N.ft CecHe Smith Florida Park ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO I'on international air
No. PB c.n -

:;. Rebecca Lot 4. Blk 3 100.00 30000 1. W. T. & Sarah Sandefur Hillside ReplatPB OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED .6 >'-::.. .MU R ,II. H yo c: .0.. !, matters.
*r7. C. D. ft Newbern Sr. Florida Park D-l Lots .
y. No. 3 PB C-7S .Blk I HO.04 13000
Lot 5. Blk 3 100.00 300.00 2. C. A. t Joscetyn Boyd Hillside Replat I I'I: In 1962, she made a special
Z t. S. S. L Mary Ballard Florida Park PB D-91 Lot $ CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER-Plenty of Free Parking : study for the State Department
No 3 PB C-71 Blk 1 111.00 230.00 I

2. Lot 4. Blk 3 100.01 300.00 3. C. H.Janes & Wife Hillside !Replat ion aviation in Africa.
.. t. H. R. ft Eliza. Warfel Florida Park PB D-'l Lot 1Bik ,
c... No. 3.P81k.71 I 13*.W 416.40-

No. 3 PB C 71 1. Madge 2. Jones & Husband 314-20. W 300 ftef In West University Avenue from its intersection with NW. JXth Street, rvn
-" Let 2 Blk 3 100.00 300.00 E 1300 ft of S ,n N.W. Itth Avenue from Its Intersection with Hogtown Creek. run east t* 400 feet West
: L ft Corinne Jackson Florida Park .,. IOttofN33Offof
IrE. -: IW. ISth Street. Total length of l line 400.00 Ft.
No. 3 PB C.7B SV% MOO 240.00 Total length of line 543.00 Ft. Tetal front footage 514.72 Ft.
'U. P.M. ft Mary Torraca Lot 1. Blk 3 100.00 300.00 2. A. H. Frank Hasty 31920. S 10 ft of Total front footage 41009 Ft. Frontage to be assessed: 51472 Ft.
N 250 ft of W 300ftofE1300fto1 Frontage to be assessed 350.00 Ft. Rate of Assessment a 3.09 per front loot
ASSESSMENT ROLL S 3.00 front foot Total Assessment 11,54414NORTH
Rate of Assessment
FOR SANITARY SEWER SV% 10.00 240.00 Total Assessment $1.85300 ASSESSMENTNO. SIDE FRONT A4MMH/T TO
-.... NW 14th Avenue from Us intersection with NW I5rh Street run 200 feet t. W..W..&- Imogen Hartman 31- -20. W ISO ft ,ASSESSMENT SOUTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE\\'fHf SSID
-E ast. of E 1300 n of S OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED t. G. R. Woodruff 2-t 1-19 '

.. Tata lentth .f Ita 230.00 ft. c 155 ft of N 170 ft NO.1. 'L, C. & Annie Hodge Hillside 125 Ft X 100 Ft a*

Total front footage 412.CO ft. ef Sib less R-Won .. .1 .. PB0.11.Lot3. per OR 147-f HUO J1S.a
*. Frontage to be assessed 412.00: n N line leaving Blk 4 NftE of 2. R. E. It Irene Jones Jr, ,2-JOO
*. Rate of assessment 3.00 per front ft. ,. 120 ft In depth 120.00,, : .f :360: .09. '. ) Creek 220." 46000 :344.72 Ft on
*. Total Assessment SI.13400 I Florence A. Bores \ .Hillside RepiatPB041.E130 'Unhf Ave. at
.r. 1. W. G. L Wanda Ebtrsclt Florida Park In 'an atley South ef NW '14th Avenue, from Its Intersection wits .Mw. 17Jh : 4': less 11ncFt 130.N 30.00 Ft per OR 147- 23M2 m."

_.-r No. 3. PB C.70 Street to its intersection with NW 14tt Terrace. NORTH SIDE J. Black Acres That part of 21619N11UMy.-
lot'&Ebof Total length of line ? 204.00 ft. NoneASSESSMENT -J';
St adLon S3 n. Ave. W Of rt34tnst. */ -a' .,-
Total front footage JJ
Side. Blk I 121.00 381.00 Frontage to be assessed 245.50 ROLL s of NW -. '"' ..--.....
R3" :; .W. G. ft Wand Ebersole Florida Park Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. / 'FOR SANITARY SEWER .'J ; Ut Ct. Its tot at .
No. 3. PB C-71 "6.50 1> per OR 1202 '.'-
ASSESSMENTSeSSflrWftt the North by Lots 1 tnru 7, and tn 'South .: !*4-U( -, ...
a. Lot 5. BIt 1 97 M 21.M NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT I n an Easement bounded on en less OR
: tr T. G. ft Sara Herndon Florida Park NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE. BE ASSESSED b y Lots 1 thru 14 Temple Terrace Suboivismn. Ie0 OR H5l ,
No. 3. PiS C.7* ;. NONE Total ter tn of line 544.86 Ft. '_tl to* OR TTMfttesc \
Lot .. Blk I 97.CO 29LUMl Total front footage 1. 72.12 Ft N L W Hog. .; r '.i .'

:.1. SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Frontage to b* assessed 1,527-2 Ft. town Creek & ten "0;' 1
!f' SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION. 1. A. L Gertrvde BobroH Htuside. PB E'U Rate of Assessment S 3.CO: per front foot ""' 1, 116odlaed Ter.y -
C. F. t Adeline Ahmann Florida Park fi't Lot 4. 6 Ik 6 ft alley Total Assessment "..suM" 'race wilt 4 1ft! .J|.I

PB C-7/. Lots ads DB 29- .. ,
_._? J. S. ft Sarah Shoemaker Florida Park 2. H. R. ft. PawRn TrofterLL0IIBIK i E-11 OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED Non .
1io1A> No. 3 PB C-7l : ft el1 1. E. C ft Mildred Johnston Tempie Terrace I ,.L
-=- Lot S BIt 4 7M 2100 PB E-u. Lot 17 PB E-U. Let t 14143 4242 ASSESSMI,MT SEWER _';-
". 1. E.W. ft Martha .McEtwe Florida Park 39* 130.M JJO.M 2. W. .. Stubbs ft wife Tempi Terrace 1 FOR SANITIn >RV
.,p No. J PB C.7t PB E-15 Lot 2 JOO." 300.00 sw 34m Street from its .......section vtft West ,UtWottrty2tMft Ava to

= .t Lot 4, Elk 4 .97.00.2f1.00. ASSESSMENT ROLL 3. Warier$Sfebb In Temple Taste 1 Its intersection wrttt SW 2nd Avrnv
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn PB E-iS. U4 3 100.M .... Total Length *t Un .
ASSESSMENT ROLL an easement along the South line 'et Lots 15 tnre..h 20. Tempi Terrace 4. .. D. ft Edith Low Tempi Terrace 1 Total Front Footage 500.10 n.
=*. FOR SANITARY SEWER Su dlYisiol\. PB E-e Lot 4 100.0300.81 Frontage to be Assessed --tI
;U i NW lath Avenua from its intersection with NW itrti Street run 700 feet ttestv Total length ef line 54*.OJ ft. .. W. It ft crl4fin. Shettley Temple Terrace 1 Rat of Assessment S 3.00ft., front If. '-
Total length ef tine 635.. ftj Total front footag 1.3510 ft. PB E-IS Lot S '00." 30.M Total AssessmeatASSESSMENT $1.500. ,
*> Tote front footage t.495.74 ft. Frontage to b* attested 441.90 ". '. A R. ft Latoann J. WMtten Temple Terrace I WEST SIDE FRONT "'A.I6O T'TO
Frontage to lie assesed 1.151.74 ft. Rate of assessment S 100 per front ft. PB E45. Lot 4 100 00 300 M NO OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE IE Alstu. D
Rate of assessment s 3.00 per front n. Total assessment 11.9ISJO 7. Walter Sfubbs. Inc. Temple Terrace I I. Black Acres. lie.i Tent part of 2-1.. t'
Assessment S3.755.22 ASSESSMENT .. NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB E- 5 Lot 7 12(00 360.00 It S Of NW 1st : 1.-
--NO... OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED I 1. M. A. ft Ingrid Fassler Tempi Terrace SOUTH SIDE >-' berry Rd. W'ofRW :
.9.. I. F. E. ft Myrtle' Clayton Hiiisioe. PB D-tl I PB E-IS. Let IS 121.90 345.7 1. K. M. & Geraldine Gibbs Temple Terrace 1 36gt SI, l lss =:. -:" :::

Lot 2. BIle 4 West 2. C. A. ft Pearte Martin Temple Terrace PB E4S.. Lot I 1004 301.47. for Unto.Ave. .. ,_. __
-..... ef. Creek '200.00' 40000 t PB E-U. Let 16 121.10 :34400 2. Mrs. Joyce Van Winkle Temple Terrace ) less _
.-.. 2. E. R. t Teresa Edmondson .. HtHsioe, PB. 0-11 ..; : 3.. G. L. L Blanch Bast.Temple Terrace PB E-U. Leff 1cc... 3C I." OR 12W3 less .Y
.. Let 9 Elk 4 SCreekies ft -.'" '"!'_ v 1 PB E-IS. Lot 17 100.00 300.00Temple 3. t. C. L Virgie Pafford Temple Terrace OR H4-ua, OR > .
JZ' W Of } Sams 3Li JU U* Elizabeth Pvrvis Terrace PB E-15. Lot II OCUli ... .;;1153>f..1.ss4tR. -
= ':/ Commence t1n .y .... I PB E-15. Lot ii 111." ..M 4. H. L. <. Maud Wright Temple Terrace 1 m p0 111" lest a .. .. .
S# corner N S. R. U & Elizabeth P nrls Temple Terrace PB E-4S. Let 11 11C1.H _10' part N L WofHogtown -
: ft. to POB. N 72 I PB E-5. Lot 11C1.00 308.M S. D. A. & Angehne Sa yer Temple Tfrrace 1
76. .deg. 44* 22* E. t. .t 6. W. E. & Helen Van Winkle Sr. Temple Terrace '. PB E-15 Let 12 101.00 300.80i. "''& less wield/

a.: .54-44J3 30'E21ftM 0, N 44 deg. : .. .-". r | fft E-U Let 39 IM.N w..., R. e. & Patriela.W1lfimOf... -' -Jr. PB Tempt E-15 Terrace Let U. ICO.M. SOL"It Thrace 0P14 d:X-l0411 .tR11tk7310Nt

.r- 500.4**43" COUTH BOOR OESCKtPTlOM C. S. & OMMftfttA Edid Tempi Terrac tra : '2"AST 2ce'Y
EJ1.41R.Yd R 3.. E-tie L# N 11Lft402.7$ -- --


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8 Gainesville\ Sun Friday, April 17,1964.

;: (Continued from Page.. 7) No. '' :;. OWNER. ", "'"'4'' DESCRIPTION deg. 1,* 30" W FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED I -' u. S. Chiefs Wish

'.....' 124.15 ft to Creek ,
r .'
".: ( FOR:SANITARY SEWER : i" : to.. .. Creek to point: on DOYLE
'in NW 12th Road; from Its Intersection with' NW urn Sheet rwt, 200 feet; East.ui" W line of said Lot
: Total length of line 230.00 ft. '.' V"J::_>!tyfc 3. thence S '
Total frmt footAge 582.00 ft. along said W line
),.. Frontage to be assessed 5120)0 ft. -r. .' 304.25 ft to POB 220.00 660.00 .A CONNER Khrushchev 70;= '

y W Rate of Assessment ? S 3.00 per front ft. 3. S. C. i'CarCatherine Butter Snow Subdivis ; ,
I flii* Total Assessment ,' --. S1.74i.00 *. :: '\ '*.&> >- ; "' ion Unit 1 w F .,. '
; A
-.. 1. H. L. J. Dorothy Knowlest 4 161C. Florida Park 'it S adl) on N side strut Vl1rkbttti! thought ahead-to the months

::;: No. 3 PB C-71 DB 344-45* 105.94 317.12 }and
Lot 7 4 WVj of i Commissioner( By MAX FRANKEL [ years of effort that-rrrighlbe

.11"wrr_ : ..., ? Lot I, BIk 4 1/S.50 136.50 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION \needed to edueate -
.,.,.L Lamorah G. Stebbins Florida Park .rr..r. 1. H. R. & Lillian Stringfellow Florida Park of WASHINGTON completely -' anewgener
'; No. 3 PB -1/, Heights PB E-77 .atiori of Soviet leadirs- .the
I of Lot 1Florida 198.41 .23. candid birthday greeting from
.. EV of S 4. ? '
'.: .. .. 4. : Lot 9, BIk 4 141.50 434.50 2. J. Robed "a. :Marjorie Carrie Park r a .- : AgricultureI'M Washington to Premier Khrush'; sophisticate arts o>v cold-war
., Heights PB E-77
.r communication and
.. \ SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION. 4 Lot 2 '101.W. 304.17 chev at 70 would wish the Soviel t t\ cornpeti-
.::.- I. J. M. *. Sarah Gable) Florida Park 3. G. A. & Marilyn Rudderman. Florida Park tion and to impress upon them
,:.. 1 No. 1 PB C-S Heights P8 E-il leader many long years of life,' the
,. Lot 0, BIk, 1 7.00 291.00 Part of Lot as > dangers of provocative foreign -

z 2. H. L. I Eula Boerner Florida Park per .OR 97-141 10.00 30.00' That is the prevailing sentiment .|( adventure. -. .
No. IPBC-tS 4. ,
;: Lot 7. BIk 1 9JM "1.00 Heights PB E." among influential policy, 1
.W'MiJ 1. R. H. & Mabel I W. Thurston Florida Park .'. Lot 3 less W-10 ft here and it full ; It was the old-shoe feeling that
makers was
.-.. ... t No. 1 PB C-4S. I less A part In .' Y!
t a Lot t, Blk 1 7.00 "1.00 NE Cor M per the opportunity to continue e"ingFlorida's revealed during that hour las jjemerged, looking upon- hhnish-
I __ : part of lot as per I chev as. comf orliaVle--

1 i %'Sit, FOR ASSESSMENT SANITARY ROLL SEWER 5....C. A. & Marilyn Rudderman OR-97-141 Florida Park 100.00' 300.00 consumers and growers through: Monday when Khrushchev smatter; how nicely unattractive one

NW 16th Avenue, from Its intersection with NW Uth Terrace to Hs inter- Heights PB E-77 reported dead. {
( part of lot as per official said, remarking fee
,..yct\on\ with NW 13th Street. .'30.00I' The sentiment prevails not because
Total length of line 1,104.00 H. OR 97-141 10.00- INSPECTION foods gasolines feeds ferti views
of his
>MM> I colleagues tTbat
t. 31-9-20 W 220 ft
MM> Total front footage 2,484.70: ft. -1 .F. 8. & Miry Strlngfenow Washington particularly, ,
CM.| Frontage to be assessed 2,334.70 ft. of E 3080 n of S lizers, seeds and pesticides; old guy stared down the barrel
"SS Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. : 402.5 ft Of N 998.9ft likes him, but rather because i i1 t t
of S'A less N i with missile
i 4" Total Assessment $7,004.10 knows him. It wants to see bin 1 us in the Cuban
FRONT AMOUNT TOENO. 201'4 ft of E 100ftofWi20fti MARKETING of Florida agricultural products;
OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED stay in power not because it ultimately .. people thought it,was

1. W. A. t s. J. Klckliflhter 31-9 son.20.N Comm.& 1066 ft ,I r S less 201.25 W 200 ft. ft of 100.00300.CO- PROTECTION of plant and livestock indus- trusts him, but becausit a shame to lose him so fast.aft-

:- W of NE14 SE N cornerof 100 H 7W. S, Barbara Probed (Walter) W Section 100 ft.31--20 of E 3040 : .* tries against diseases and insects; thinks there is reason to trus1his t t er that useful experience." .

?- ? W200ftS100ftET : : ftofS201'Aftot N 797.45 ft Of Sty .?: -;- prudence in the face oFt f The limited frail but
::: E 200 ft. 200.00 '00.00.Il"'ft' 6 easement ECONOMY in government by working for I 3pp rt -
2. Margaret Seay & Fannie 3i-f-20. Com. at : American power. ently t enduring
_. ICKJriiter SE corner of DB 290 pg 214 better efficiency and conservation as a officials tried last Monday .. peace between,
1_ NE'wrunW39ft.: & 10 ft adl.| OR When {the United States and Khrushchev's -

;\ to>> POB N 411 ft 88-545 100.00 300.00 Cabinet member. to imagine the world with,.
'-lolL.. <. W 245 ft NW .. I. A. E. S. Lull. Brandt Snow Subdivision \ Russia has been cel&ra--

lie r along Spring I* Unit 1 out a Khrushchev, they fear'i ted with
3 .e Branch to a point ., PB E-24 Lot 1 (Paid Politic AdvrrtUmrot) increasing candor by
ps which Is 1445.70 ft .' *' Ilk A 164.00 311.0 not merely the unknown man omen r:-1 administration leaders

4E,..,." W of E line of Sec. ASSESSMENT ROLL' who would eventually take< I
S to Michigan .
= Ave E to POB FOR SANITARY SEWERIn (Advertisement) his place beside the hot-line communications Practicing the prudence of

-:: I less 200 ft S&300 less ft of w E South.NW 17th Street, from its interjection with NW 14th Avenue, run 200 feet The American public spends 400,000,000 hours a link and beside the their own politics they hedges

200 ft of S 100 ft. 124.70 2,474.10 Total length of line 170.90 ft. week reading its daily newspapers. nuclear panic button. They all .
50 N
.:L Lewis I. Leader : 31-9-2 .
oI'"'"! 6 40 W Of SE Total Front Footage 414.90 ft.Frontage less have hammered hard at the
to be assessed 279.80 ft.
Cor. of NE'A W -
Rate of Assessment S 3.00 front ft. !
E 200' per I
i 200' N 241' '
,- ,yr-, S 261' to POB 200.00 400.00. Total Assessment S839.40'ASSESSMENT i Ii Presi-dent!|

!;-;..., 4 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION .. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED i Pfp I'American University 10 monthsago
1. R. G. << Rosa Leighty Hillside, PB D-11 ,
;;,3. E. E. Roberta Cor.klnJ. 31-9-20, W 150 ft
:. ofE1150HIofSa..r Lot 1, BIk 5 94.40. 213.20. :
.' 155 ft of N 170 ft 2. R. G. & Rosa Leighty Hillside PB D-11 I! ;
of SVi I less R-W 150.00 450.00 Lot 2. BIk 5 92.70 278.10 I I
-_ C. C. M. A Louise Fryer 31--20 W 100 tt 3. R. E. a. Eileen Layton Hillside. PB D-11 II I fit : "Let us re-examine our attii -

of E 1000 ft) of N Lot 3, BIk 5 92.78 278.10ASSESSMENT jfli1 i i tude toward the Soviet Union.
330 ft of Stt less :
,- street 100.00 300.00 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTIONNONE 'Among the many traits the peoples

). First Presbyterian Church of 31920. W 95 ft Of i of our two countries havein
E 900 ft of N
.::. Gainesville eltw ROLL fJ '
ft of SV 95.00 285.00
common none is
? stronger
.. S. D. & Ethel Carpenter, Sr. 31-9-20 W 110 ItotElliftotNm
i, SEE CO!PI HE 1l1>tIm STOK than our mutual abhorrence of
a.... ft of that part of N.w llth Street, from its Intersection with N.W. 14th Avenue run 350 I ( "
feet North. war.
...- SE'.i S of R-W 110.00 330.00 .
,-.. A. W. t Mildred Combs 31--20 W 105 ftofE695ftofS Total length of line 390.00 Ft. ,
--. Total front footage 997.95 Ft. @ : President Johnson it this
I L put
'-. 200 ft of N 268. Frontage to be assessed 418.90 Ft.
ft of Sly 105.00, 315:00yi. : Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front foot ,way: "The world as it was and

F. C. I Helen Whitlow 3l- -20, W 105 ft Total Assessment $1,856.70 \ \ (
:...... of E 590 ft of N ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO I Garden h h J\ ..j1. :the world as it is are not the
220 ft of that partS
of NW 16th 1. C. B. & Edna Wester Hillside any more. General was is
..,. Ave. 105.00 315.00 PB D-11, S 135 I impossible." and, "I am glad
''i!. 7. T. H. L Helen Hundley 31-9-20 W 102.5 Ft Of Lot 2, Ito
a.. ft of E 485 ft of N BIk 4 135.00 405.00 II | see that Mr. Khrushchev is
2. $. A. & Marjorie Hussey, Jr. HillsidePB
+ 229 ft of that part I
..... of SE4 S of R-W 102.50 307.50. D-11, N 121.4 II I playing the role of peace and

.I. M. R. & Virginia Ahrens 31..20. W 102.5 Ft of Lot 2, I seeking to preserve in
-- ft of E 382.5 ft of BIk 4 121.40 344.20 .
W- S 220 ft Of N 270 the world."
= : ft of S4, I less R-W 102.50 301.50S$9. EAST SIDE I ARTHO Tao Y2/ !
M. c. 1 Florence Alleyne 31- ft 1. H. A. I Faye Lee Hillside ReplatPB .SOS'o I
2OWft2:: ? .
er.a. of E S .1 D-91 Lot 7 Ep.B The Soviet rulers, added Sec-
:_w. of 180 SIuS ft Of N 195 R-W ft 240.00 720,00 2. R. J. 4 M. Jane Hampton BIk 3Hillside ReplatPB 110.00 330.60 I h lR10ECAlkE W L5oioxWeu1 retary of State Dean Rusk, "ap-

TE-- ASSESSMENT ROLL : D-91 3Hillside Lot 4BIk 110.00 330.00 II I s.ul '; pear to have begun to realize

_-,.. FOR SANITARY SEWER 3. H. R. 1 Lillian Stringfellow D-91,ReplatPB Lot 3 II i I that there Is an irresolvable con-

-N NW 14th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW Itth Street to>> Its Inter- i
,.section with NW 15th Street. BIk :3 142.50 427.50 ;tradiction the} demads

>_ Total length of line 1.782.00 ft. ASSESSMENT 'ROLL I i ito promote world communism
Total front footage 3.155.50 ft.
Frontage to be assessed 3,037.50 I i by force and the needs and interests
NW 17th Terrace from Its intersection with NW 14th
P run 350 I
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. .
of the Soviet state and
Total assessment $9.112.50 feet North. i i
ESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Total length of line 3 8.00 ft. people.

',_"NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Total front footage 994.33 ft.
i. M. E. & Margaret Mayhew Hillside Replat Frontage to be assessed 721.53 ft. DUST I
.. PB D-91 Lot 0 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. I IAnd United Nations Ambassador -
Ilk :3 103.00 309.00L Total Assessment $2,144.59 $298 $549Sibs.
W. R. 1 Sue Winter Hillside Replat ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 63c WEED-B-GON ISOTOX | Adlai E. Stevenson, noting
the "ceasefire" in the world
BIk 3 103.00 309.00 1. S. D. & Irene DieHrkh Hillside Replat! ,

I. Patricia A. Craig Hillside RepUtPB PB D-91 Lot 4BIk [said that "perhaps" the Cuban
D-" Lot 10 3 110.00 330.00. I
BIk 3 103.00 309.00 2. B. D. & Mildred Spangler :Hillside Replat missile crisis was the end of the

!;::L <. C. W. 1 Eleanor Pennlngton.T Hillside Replat .,. -. PB D-91' Lot 5 j 1HDA r road for nuclear confrontation
BIk 3
T' PB EI-" Lot t r "t 110.00 330.00 ;
ok BIk 2 103.00 309.00 3. L. K. t Myrtle Walker Hillside ReplatPB j :just' as Korea may have been
D-91 Lot IBIk
f. O. P. & Pauline MeArthur Hillside Replat
.: PB D-91 Lots 3 .141.33 423.9 LUG.G : the end of classical armed ag-
't' ....- .- i
1818 fell BUC I 103,00 309.00 .
': 4 C. H. 1. Ann Fan Middelum HillsW .PII"- EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION' I pgT)10 ORTNO gre sion on neighbors. .
,- PB D-91 Lot 10 t. J. B. t Joan.Robbins Hillside ReplatPB pellets .
1 D-91 Lot 7
Btk 2 10100 309.00
.. 7. J. E. & Virginia' Slaughter Hillside Replat BIk 2Hillside 110.00 330.00 1 E FOOO !
PB D-91 Loll % S. D. & Emily. Carpenter, Jr. ) Replat 431 Spr 1 i Woman Winsi '

; 1 BIk 1 102.50 307.50 : P80911.404Bile i

.r. t. H. E. & Lortni Walker! Hillside Replat' 2Hillside 110.00 330.00
PB D-91 Lot 9 2. H. R. & LIllian Stringfellow ReplatPB
... iI Fee
BIk 1 103.00 309.00 D." Lot 3 i Fellowship
BIk 2 140.20 420.40 .
t. R. M. & Charlotte Waibeck Hillside Replat .
... .,..... ._ PB D-91 Lot 10 I.. -. I
; _..; BIk 1 102.50 307.50
I To Princeton
10. A. D. It Joyce Sutherland 'Florida Park
: No. 3 PB C.71Je' orthNW 17th Street from its Intersection with NW 14th Avenue, run' 350 feet
\ Lot 4. BIk 2 100.00 300.00 I

:: 11. H. B. & Margaret Crosby: .. Florida Park Total tenth of line 388.00 ft. ROSE FOOD BUG-GETA VOlCK : WASHINGTON (AP) Betty
'No. :3 P.B <;-71. Total front footage 993.00 ft.
Dillon of Va.
r Lot 5. BIk 2 100.00 300.00 Frontage to be assessed 720.20 ft. Arlington, a

,:: 12. C. F. t. Christine Shewey Florida Park Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. $ J39 $119 I| Civil Aeronautics Board em
S2.140.40 $149 I
No.3 PB C-71 Total Assessment
r.p Lot 4. Bile 2 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 1 QT. 21/2 LBS. I 1 QT. I ploye, was announced ThursI .

ill G. K. 1 Retha Page ..... Florida Park NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED '
z ... No. 3 PB C-7 1. J. f. & Sarah Moor Hillside Replat i day I as the first woman winner

t Lot 3. BIk 2 100.00" 300.00 PB D-91 Lot 4BIk I|of a fellowship to Princeton
v. 147. H. P. & Atleen Saunders Florida Park 2Hillside 110.00 330.00
'- o. 3 P8 C-78 2. F. E. & Aline Davies ReplatPB ORTHOGROBUY i i University's Woodrow Wilson
2f Lot 2 Elk 2' 100.00 300.00 D-91 Lot SBIk ROSE :
School of Public and
: 15. W. M. L Ella Harling Jr. Florida Park 2Hillside 110.00 330.00 ONE GALLON
No. 3. PB C-71 3. T. A. I Rose Ridgell, Jr. ReplatP80911.401 oRTHo I Affairs.
Lot 1 & la of St. FOR
I Idl.| as per DB .. BIt 2 140.20 "0.61 DUST
: 349-257, BIk ,2 130.00 390.00 RosE :. She is one of 12 federal employee .
."'" SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 1. A. G. J. Mary Smith Hillside ReplatPB OV1 REG. $1.49 named for a year's fellowship

1. W. E. f. Patricia Elmor. 31-9-20. Lot as per D-91 Lot 7 studies.
OR 70-413 110.00 330.00 BIk 1 110.00 330.00 ;
r" !. Gertrude S. Booth 31-9-20. W 575 ft 2. Vera G.'Chatterton' Hillside ReplatPB / OfitlNOa AND GET THE PLUS 1 PT. i
: of 2391 ft of S O-91 Lot 4 I Mrs. Dillon, a specialist in
W. 402, of N 998 9 BIK 1 110.00 32000 SECOND GALLON ROSE FOOD
.-: of SVi Its R-W, S. C. H. janes I. Wife Hillside\ Replat international economics, a licensed

DB 353-348: & PB D4I Lot 3 I FOR ONLY REG. 79c pilot, and the mother of
__ less N 200 tt of W BIk 1 140.00 420.00 I
._ 110 tt t less Lot an 8-year-old girl, said she is
delighted and excited at the
h,,, 366 355.00 1,065.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
':.. 1. T. W. & Lois Harrison 31-920 11C ft on NW 16th Terrace from Its Intersection with NW Uth Avenue to Ms Intersection I. FOR $1.88 prospect.She .
NW 14th Ave as with NW 16th Avenue.
3j Per DB 347-121 110.00 330.00 Total length of tine 547.40 ft.
|j f J. E, & Frances Hudson. Hillside. PB D-ll Total front footage 977.70 ft. has been with the CAd
Lot 2 BIk 4 102.50 307.50 Frontage to be assessed 38.80 ft. "Downtown Garden Supply Headquarters"SATISFACTION since 1960. Her includes
S. R. Sa a. Miriam Mathh Hillside PB D-11 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft I job researching

Lot 1. Bit 4 102J1O 304.00' Total AssessmentASSESSMENT $1.914.40 and advising the CAB
:S. ,. C. N. I CKl'le Smith Florida Park WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
::- No. 3 PB C-78 NO OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED GUARANTEED #' -' I.on international air transport

._,;B*J. C. -D.. I. Rebecca. Newbern.' Sr.' Lot Florida 4. Park BIk 3 100.00 300.00 1. W. T. & Sarah Sandefur Hillside ReplatPB0.91Lot0 OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDEDCENTRAL ,6; ', :r. ,M:, U'. R. ,J? ,H Y C 0 ; matters.

No. 3 PB C-78 BIk t 110.0 330.00
s Lot 5. BIk 3 100.00 300.00 2. C. A. S. Joscetyn Boyd Hillside Replat I'I'I' In 1962, she made a special
M .. S. S. & Mary Ballard Florida Park PB D-91 Lot 5 PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER-Plenty of Free Parking
No. 3 PB C-78 Elk 1Hillside 111.00 330.M Ii study for the State Department
Lot 4. 81k 3 100.01 300.00 t Wife Replat
3. C. H. Janes
aviation in
-:! t. H. R. 1 EKza. Warfel Florida Park PB D-91 Lot 1 ton Africa.ENT .
No. 3 PB C-78 Ilk 1 138.80 416.40EAST
f Lot 3. BIk 3 100.00 300.00 .
No. 3 PB C-7S T. Z. Jones & Husband 31920. W 300 ft
Madge West University Avenue, from its
intersection wWi M.W. 34th Street
Lot 2 BIk 3 100.00 300.00 nm
Of E 1300 tt Of S
"= Ks Intersection with Hogtown Creek, east to 400 feet West
N.W. 16th Avenue, from run
? CC. Florida
) : L. & Corinne Park tO tt Of N 330 tt
N.W. 15th Street. Total \length of line 400.00 Ft.
No. 3 PB C-7l of SVi M.CO 240.00 '
:1!. P. M. t Mary Torraca Lot 1. BIk 3 100.00 300.00 2. A. H. Frank Hasty 31-9-20, S 80 ft of Total Total front length footage of line 543.00"0.00 Ft.Ft. Total Frontage front to footage be assessed sun$14.72 Ft.Ft.
N 250 ft of W 30Ct
be assessed 350.00 Ft. Rate of Assessment S 100
r. ASSESSMENT ROLL Frontage to per front foot
ft of E 1300 ft of
FOR SANITARY SEWER SV 10.00 240.00L Rate of Assessment. S 3.00 per front foot Total Assessment $11.544 .

"If NW 14th Avenue, from its interjection with NW 15th Street run 200 feet t. ..H..a.. tmogene Hartman 31-9-20 W 150 n ASSESSMENT Total Assessment SOUTH S1.059.09 SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ASSESSMENTNO.. OWNER NORTH DESCRIPTION SIDE FEET FRONT A4MU BE AMESSCO TO
-E lf. of E 1300 n of S .
Total length .f tine 230.00 ft. 155 tt of N 170 ft NO.OWNER .
U t_ C. & Annie Hodge 125 Ft X 100 Ft as
Total front of Sus R Won _
r footage 412.00 less -
PB D-11 3.
.. :: : per OR 147-9 IH." 215M
J ,
N line
Frontage to be assessed 412.CO ft i leaving BIk 4 NtE of 2. IL E. & Irene Jones, Jr. 2-'
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. 120 ft hi depth 120.01. 30.09 :'. Creek 220.00 440.00 ', 619nFt.en

Total Assessment 11.134.00 t, Florence A. Imls' 1 Hillside ReplatPB Univ. Ave. at
.' per OR 120129less
Ft Lot U Btk 4. 100
I2S Ff
.r 1. W. G. t Wanda EterseUl Florida Park In' :aa alley South of NW 14m Avenue, from its Wertectioa wit* HW ITih : ,.: : less S 120 Ft. 130.00 390.00 Ft per OR by 147-f 23923 nUl

_-R No 1 PB C-78 Street to Its intersection'wWi NW left. Ttrrac NORTH SIDE *. Black Acres That part of 2- ,
Lot 4 S EV> of Total length of line 2&4.M ft. NoneASSESSMENT 10.19NNU.

SL adL! on W Total front footage 538.70 tt. .a. Av*. W of NW* 41.:, .'
'"i. Side. BIk 1 121.00 381.OC Frontage to be assessed 245-58 ROLL i 24th St. Sf NW r -
_. : .W. G. I. Wand Ebersole Florida Park Rate of assessment S 3.09 per front ff. / 1" 'FOR SANITARY SEWERIn ",,*.: ',, A tot Ct. less lot 9 S -
.. No. 3. PB C-78 Total assessment t 794.50 -* *:*?> '-.1 OR
a' Lot S. ark 1 97.00 291.M ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT an Easement bounded on the North by Lots 1 thru 7, and *n the :SoIIth T fess OR n.ll4SI\ __, : ::
..JT T. G. 1 Sara Herndon Florida Park NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE. BE ASSESSED by Lots t thru 14, Temple Terrace Suboivision. tefS OR US-OC -
z No. X PB C-78 > NONE Total length of line > SUM Ft. i9?.tI' 0ef1 OR In.M1 \
Lot 4. BIk 1 '7.00" 291.U Total front footage 1422.82 Ft les N W Hog. .- s 'r
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION I Frontage to t* assessed 1.522J2 ft. '.. tawn Creek & icil .:f-I-
!?=- SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION. 1. A. t Gertrude bofcrottt .fA"'iftt"' HitUide P8 E.n' 'r Rate of Assessment S XCO: per front foot Y'S Woodland T_ -. .
C F. & Adeline Ann-taw. Florida Park '- Lot4.BkOtal. Total Assessment M44J.44ASSESSMENT '. rat, Vntt 4 ..8'aSL.1
PB Cab Lots
icy adL DB 298Hillside. -
::I. J. S. a. Sash Sho.malur Florida Park H. R. & Pauline Trotter PB E-ll NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FEET BE ASSESSED Hone ; !;
tiq No. 3 PB C-71 Lot s, euc 4 d ell i 1. E. c. I. MBdred Johnston Tempi* Terrace IPB
..... Lot S Btk 4 97.00 291.00 PB E-85, Lot 17 I E-4S Lot t 141. J "..29 ENT: ROLL rf_
"'- 'J. E. W. I. Martha McEUee Florida Part 998 130.M JH.88 2. W. B. $tvbto* & wile Temple Terrace 1 FOR SANIT igy SEWERYnersectptl -T
-: No. 3 PB C-78 PB E-tS. Lot 2 100.60 300.00 In' Sit J4ih Street from Its wrta West .VaMrsity Avenvt tt
._ Lot 4, Ilk.4 97.00. 291.M ASSESSMENT ROLL I. waiter Stubta. inc. Tempi Terrace 1 Its intersection with SW 2nd Avenw

FOR SANITARY SEWER PB E-tt. Lot3 MO-M 300..M Total Length .. I.Me *2.... ft .
ASSESSMENT ROLL In' an easement along the Sooth line of Lots 15 tttrwgli 20, Tempi Terra 4. ft. D. & Edith Lohr Tempi* Terrace 1PB Total Front Footage 500N ft.
:- POR SANITARY SEWER Subdivision. E-tS. Lot 4 1M.M :300.00 Frontage to be Assessed 500.N 1L 4
tit NW 141ft Avenue, from Its Intersection with NW lam Street run 700 feet West f line 541.00 ft. ..
Total length W. R. fc Geraldine SIIoCtIeV Rate of Assessment S 3.00 pr frtAt ft -
."" Total length of line tit.AA ft. Total front footage 1,35180 ft. TeE-/.TerraceS 100.00 300.00. Total Assessment st..5DO.1O .,
a,. Total front footage 1.49SJ4ft. Frontage to lie assessed 441.90ft. '. M. R. & Laroann J., WWtten Temple Terrace 1 i ; .'< 'ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FaON'!"' MO..rTO
Frontage to be asses6.d 1.2JU4 ft. Rate of assessment S 3-M per front ft. PB E.U. Lot 0 1M.OO 300.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE ME ASI'I O
._ Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Total assessment S1.9SSJO 7. Walter Stubbs Inc. Tempi Terrace 1 .. Black Acres. Inc. That part M 21419SetNWit 'f
.-- Total Assessment $3,755.21 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB E-i Lot t 1M.OO 3 C.OO
? I.O FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 1. M. A. & Ingrid Fassler Temple Terrace SOUTH SIDE _
I berry Rd. W'Of -
.....: ._
F. E. I Clayton
Myrtle HiUsio PB D-ll 1 Lot 15121.90 "
PB E-85.
345.78 1. K. M. Geraldine. Gibes, Temple Terrace 1 34t St. _. _- __
Lot 2, BIk. 4 West 2. C. A. 1 Pearle Martin Temple Terrace PB E-U. Lot. 100.49 391.47 RJW tor Un T ._ ___
:: -'r- r. Creek20(00 400.00 I PB E-85. Let 16120.00 340.80 2. Mrs. Joyce Van Winkle -' Temple Terrace Ave. less
lot _
,3 2. E. R. & Teresa Edmonc5Oftt... HUlsioe. PBv D-11 ; ,..' 1.= 3.. G. U a. Blanch Baxter Temple Terrace PB E-15. Lot f 10C.M: 3C0.08 OR UO-H lessOR per ; _
"' Let I) BIk 4 S t ...>...' 1 PB E-85. Lot 17 100.00 300.00 3. B. C. & VIrgic PaHord Temp1 Terrace 1 4-161. OR .
J!:' -1 _'Wt- Wo9Creekless s -- ?L. R.t.a Elhabett"FYis Tempi TerraceS PB E-U. Lot 10 100.03 ..00 'ig tes ; .
.._<' Commence' at' ..,. ,,",," .. PB E45 Lot 18190.00 x.o 4. H. L, & Maud Wright Temple Terrace 1 10J., ltss. .t -ctn. .
r. S.V corner N 17j' S. R. L. & Elizabeth Punrli Temple Terrace PB E-U. Let 11 100.08 300.00 part N It WefHogtown -
.- ft. to POB. N 72 I PB E-85 Lot 19100.00 3DO." 5. D. A. & AngeUnt Sawyer Tempi Terrace 1 Creek
.. deg. 44* 22 E L W. E. 1 Helm Van WinklSr. Temple Terrace : PB E-15 Lot 12 100.00 300.10 S < ( Woodland
ess .
:r. 4O3 tt. N 44 deg.W3r"V2IftM. e | Pa E 45, Let M 1SO.M, <. ' Patricia Wltkinsonj.._, .Jr. Tempt Terrace 1. Terrace Unit 4t ':__11IfASTN '
.. PB E-OS Lot M 100.09 IOdNr
It oeg. IS' SOUTH MOB DESCRIPTION *. 3.l. 2: :....... &dId Tempte Terrace t .:..- 'i CC -+---J
-_ t11II.011 MOMS :is its &;-&S"". ta M latH M2JI ". tIONa. '- -: .



"... f riday, April 17, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

: : Hopes for Gold Laughs, Tool 1. Tax Assessor Candidates I ir.iiIiirr;_._ i f u auui, iii ut d

\ Discuss How to Get Funds I II 1NITI.

\ e en S"i 1. I I

: t Y (The Gainesville League of ,......... ___" I.' ARKE i4k
I Women Voters, a non-partisar r .'"

organization submitted quer .fl I I I I ,II
lions prepared by the League I riz; '
$ % Voters Service Committee to al MlNiT k.MACKITS.w VOI
\ Alachua County candidates wh
I', face opposition in the May S I! t 1 r."
Ef EfL
;x ; primary election. ;r 4: F u. Illi
} y b Tax assessor, which carries DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGOPEN

a four-year term and a salaryof 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!

4 $11,700.THE '

J. Pierce Smith, of Gaines-
$ ; a
M 3ys r. ville, the incumbent, and Claude

,... M. (Red) Franks, of Gaines- PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR

QUESTION: < 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Avt.
r'9r What policy would you recom. r 3725 W. Unlr.; Art. 3809 E. Unix.; Avt.
mend to provide funds to meet
2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd.
the growing needs of the vital 4105 NW 13th St.
areas of county operation: for ..iP E a..a
example, the schools?
PIERCE SMITH CLAUDE M. FRANKS All Band.-King SIxe-Filter-Re9ulars
Smith: The policy I would

recommend to provide funds to Open, public policies, known Cigarettes ctn. $269
meet the growing needs of the as "good planning," practicedby
vital areas of county operation all public agencies encour-
The curtain rises tonight at 8:30 on "The Solid Gold Cadillac," at the Gaines- would be a consistent and sus- age people to pay their taxes CAN YOU Grade "A" LARGE Fresh Floida-in cartonEGGS..d0z.49

ville Little Theater on NW 16th Ave. The play, which will run through April tained program of, fair,. equi- for the services and improvements C
25, sponsored by the Inter-Club Council for the benefit of the American table, and ratably assessed tax considered to be of gen- STOP
Cancer Society. Lillian Ford is driector. Tickets are on sale for $1.50.each at valuations which reflect the just eral benefit.
five Gainesville Drug stores: Gresham's, Canova's, McCollum's West, Wise's value of the properties assess-
and Florida Pharmacy, and also at the College Inn. Reservations must be made ed. QUESTION: 10-ox. 6-BOTTLE
____ What do consider to be
with tickets by calling 3764949. Some of the cast shown above are (from left) The only way for the countyioards the most pressing you problems to e 39c

Harry Layton, Charles Hopkins, Milton Kafoglls, Marion Appell and Courtney and administrative of- be solved by the tax assessor's
I Collier (hidden). ices to keep pace with the office during the next few
growth and development of the BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
ic wt.
and what solutions do
county is to be able to budget years 6 b ot. ctn 79c
More Talk you
with the knowledge that tax assessments
To Show Collection are going to be i Smith: The most pressing
to be solved by the
nade in a consistent and uniform problems
Diile Today : in Tax Assessor's office during the GENESSEE or CARLING
manner accordancewith
I the law, and will be repre- next few years are to keep in BEER 2 q tS. 79CBLUE
Of Chinese Coins with adequate
all times
In Senate sentative ,of a realistic tax a position at and
\ value of the property assessed. physical facilities at 25 MPH
Franks trained personnel to serve the RIBBONBEER
: A policy of sound,
A valuable collection of Chin- hand to display, buy and sell WASHINGTON (AP) -Pres- I conservative, equalized public, keep currently informed pk. cans 99c
ese coins, some dating back to coins at the Gainesville exhibit. dent Johnson renewed appeal I values, for tax property of all assessable property in your total 6
the year 2773 B.C., will be on The show sponsored in observ- for prompt passage of the ad I fairly and equally,administered purposes,, the county, and to assess such stopping distance isFEET
a display at the Gainesville Coin ance of National Coin Week, ministration-backed civil rights .achieves that fine balance be- property in the manner des-
Show and Auction Sunday at the will be seen from 1-8 p.m. It bill ran into.another barrage of :tween and cribed in answer to the first 67 23Qt. BotHeSeaBo ,
Utility Operations Center. will be open to the public at no Southern oratory today in the :.known as "cash value"propriety for tax question.I WINE 79c
The collection, presently on admission charge. Senate. purposes. as the Tax Assessor of Ala-
loan to the University of Florida As debate entered its 33rd chua County, shall perfect the If you begin braking In
Is the famous collection of Local collectors will also havean day, Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss., records and train the persons % of one second. Slower reaction FOREMOST FAVORITE 1/2 Gal Ctn.
Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Ches- opportunity to get free ap- one of the Pixie speaker captains Serve AgainOn working with me In the officeto distance.time increases stopping 49cFOREMOST
praise on old coins by ICE CREAM
ter Allen, who accumulated the expert was ,ready to fire away CommissionMarjorie accomplish: these ends.
more than 800 pieces during his numIsmatologists who will be again at the Housepassedmeasure. Franks: I know of no par-
tour of duty in China before on hand. Smith ,Green, 423 ticular problems with which the DRIVE
WW IL Pat Heckard' is president of And Sens. John Sparkman, N. W. 21st St., has been recom- assessor will be faced if policies FAVORITE Gal. Ctn.
It i consists of 736 coins and the Gainesville Coin Club, D-Ala., and B. Everett Jordan, J missioned to the Florida Chil such as above-mentioned are ICE MILK.39CAdvertisement
133 pieces of currency which. which was organized in 1956. D-N.C., were alerted to takeover I dren's Commission.The established and adhered to. SAFELYThis
was in circulation under manydynasties Other officers are J. C. Reich- with another 12-hour session reappointment was reported -The ,Assessor's office is com-
in China from 2773: ert, vice president; Harry Ev indicated."I this month by Secretaryof pletely equipped, and the staffis Information presented as
B.C. to 1911. ans, secretary-treasurer and hope all Americans will understand I State Tom Adams in his trained, their morale is good, a public service by the Gaines- ( )
Coin dealers from severalareas ]: Mrs. J.A.Bergman, show chaIr- that we are going to monthly newsletter.Mrs. they are cheerful and friendly. ville Sun., About 75% of all electrical appliances are bought
of the state will'be on: man.I pass the civil rights bill becauseit Green is the wife of They like people, and people beginning of the year. And since 88% of American fa
is morally right" the President I Gainesville realtor Frank Green. like them. That's an unbeatable that a newspaper ad gave them the idea. .

told his news conference combination that can meet any ,
Urges Parents Get Birth Thursday. About 60 species of birds are problem, anytime, anywhere,
I He joined In cautioning civil able to feed on.poison. ivy with- under any conditions. Excusethe
s rights demonstrators to avoid out harm. bragging! It's true.
f Papers for Pre-Schoolers disorders and violence and expressed .-
hope that
a Congress
JACKSONVILLE The State certificates of children born in would complete action promptly
Board of Health has urged par Florida should be made to the on the bill aimed at bringing

entswho: have,children startingto Bureau of Vital Statistics, Florida these protests into the courts. 1I0IEfJust BIG NEWSIN
school this fall to obtain cer- State Board of Health, P. 0 Asked about the President's .
tified copies of the birth certificates -Box 210, Jacksonville.) appeal, Sen. Lister Hill, D-Ala.,

immediately.At Application forms may be ob- another of the Southern captainssaid
the same time Everett : tell us how much
tamed from a county health department Casla 24 C.U 24
Williams, Jr., director of theboard's "I shall continue to do everything you need to pay old Yen Monthly Yon Monthly
but letter will be
a bills, for home improvements f.celYt Payments Receive Payments
in to defeat the
Bureau of Vital Statistics my power
if it contains ,
adequate all the car re. $185.00 $11.00 $428.00
c a u t i oned, that hospital essential information. civil rights bin. pairs, for all your 25.00
birth certificates are not accepted Supporters,of the measure In- seasonal expenses. 26900 16.00 537.00 31.00
Application must include the dicated agreement with the Phone for prompt, 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39
by schools. Official birth COLOR TII
certifications are issued by the till name of the child; the full President but shunned commentfor courteous service. PtyratBts Include burnt and principal.
of the father full maiden
; the most part.
Bureau of Vital Statistics and LOANS UP TO $600
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I Couple; Honored Atm -uJomfn; f flhoy1t; Courtesies" 4 Fefe|-4 .*"Miss Spiriks. : -

To honor Miss Kathy Spinks, 'recently with a luncheon in the! also given gifts of sliver andInn

re-Nuptial 1 PartiesMr. whose marriage to Jim Springer Empress room of Holiday : I china in her chosen,patterns.

THE Borck will: take place tomorrowat complimenting Miss Spinks. Guests included the-Tronoree,

f fIT1IL9 I 4:30 p.m. in the Holy Trinity I A color note of pink and white her mother, Mrs. W. Hellstrom,
and Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee, J. Milton Brown! e e 'the room, will serve as a back- Episcopal Church, the brides-:was used in the appointments; Mrs. D. Gago, Mrs. A- G Smith,
t Brownlee and Mrs George E. Jr., Mrs. Roger Bledsoe, M Iss i ground for the luncheon. Froma maids' luncheon .,was given with garlands of smilax and a l Mrs. W. 1... Pritchett, Miss Sally

Evans honored Miss Lucie D D e Patricia Bledsoe, CoL and Mrs. large arrangement of talis- 'Ruth Weimer Women's EditorBrides' terday by Mrs. Alex Smith yes-at centerpiece of pink and white! Smith, Miss Edith Moore, Miss

I! Pirenian and her' fiance, Robert Francis C. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. :men roses, white daisies, ancbaby's the Holiday 'Inn. gladioli, roses and baby breath I Helen Easterly, Miss Judy Ray-
} William Decker of Miami John Easter, Dr. and Mrs. I forming the deCorations.The mond, Miss Alison Spinks, sister
t Shores, with a barbecue supper Darrel J. Mase, Miss Marcia breath, white satin ribbons Spring flowers in yellow and hostesses presented the! of the bride-elect, and Mrs.

1 last night at the Brownlee Mase, Mrs. George E. Evans, will end with bridal nose- BookTODAY white centered the luncheon bride-elect and her mother rosebud Dominic Bocco, Camden, N.J.,
r home. I and Mr. and Mrs. David V. 'gays of spring flowers and table, where places were marked corsages from the gander;I house guest of her mother, Mrs.

1. The barbecue was I II Cragg, all of Gainesville; Tommy ,serve as favors for each for the following guests: of Mr. Leighty.The honoree was I Leighty. .. .
poolside April 17 Mrs. Roger Bledsoe and ber-
I served from an authentic cov- James, Mr., and Mrs. Ellis i guest Bled-' The bride-to-be, her mother,
daughter Miss Patricia
-eredchuckwagonTableswere I P. Gulledge, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss Mrs.. D..R. Springs, Miss Judy
laid with red and white H 0'd s don, Miss Martha Guests will be the bride-elect, Clara Frances Tuttle and soe, Holiday Ink: Raymond, Miss Louise Stucky,( Calendar Of EventsTODAY I

checked tablecloths and centered Hodsdon, all of Miami; Mr. and J her mother, Mrs. Zareh Pirenian her fiance, William Bancroft Wedding of Miss Lucienne Miss Alison Spinks, sister of the

with candles. Arrangementsof Mrs. Arthur DeBerry, and Elroy : ; Mrs. Elroy L. Decker of Mi-] Weaver of Coral Gables, 7:30 Pirenian, daughter of,Mr- and bride; Miss Helen Ann Easterly -

spring flowers graced the Lyman Decker Jr., of Chapel j ami Shores, step mother of the: p.m., Mrs. Bert C. Riley, Hol- Mrs. Zareh M. Pirenian, and Miss Polly Frederick, Miss April 17 Little Women, "Flowers InWonderland"

living and dining room areas. Hill, North Carolina; Mr. and I!Bridegroom; Mrs. Robert A. iday Inn.Rehearsal. Robert William Decker, son of Mary McAllister, Miss Sally I Junior Assembly din n e r- semi formal
Other honored guests at the party Mrs. Conrad Nystol of San I 3aeys of Jacksonville, matronf dinner h o n oring Elroy Lyman Decker of Miami Montgomery, Miss Edith Moore, dance, "Paris in the Spring," dance 8:30 to 11:30
were parents of the bridal Francisco; Mrs. Randolph McLaughlin honor her mother Mrs.'Ran- Miss Lucienne Pirenian, and Shores, 7:30 p.m., First Miss Diane Neral, Miss Sally I,,7 to 10:30 pjn., Gainesville pjn.
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couple, Mr. and Mrs. Zareh.Pi and Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville his son, Robert William Decker Presbyterian Church. Recep- Smith. Woman's Club, West University Gainesville Woman's Club-
renian and Mr. and Mrs. El- Robert A. Claeys of Jackson- I iolph McLaughlin' 7:30 pan., Elroy Lyman tion following at Alpha Delta Avenue. Open House for house, West University Ave
Miss Bette Easter of New Mrs. William DunniD, Mrs. parents
; Decker of Miami Shores, Hotel Pi sorority house. '
L. Decker of Miami Shores. vile Miss Bette Easter of New : *
roy ; fork City; Mrs..John Easter of Thomas. Ward Hellstrora, Mrs. David 5 to 6 p.m., with Mrs. nue.
The honored couple was presented York City; and "Mr. and Mrs. (Gainesville: ; Miss Martha Hods- Miscellaneous shower feting Luncheon for out of town Lane and Mrs. E.' 0. Smith. | George Jones as hostess. "Bankrupt" dinner dance,
with gifts of silver by Robert H. Dunn of Tampa. '
here for the
their hosts. Ion, bridesmaid; Mrs. Nicholas Miss Virginia Davis, bride- guests Spinks-Borck A gift of china was SATURDAY, April 18 Gainesville Golf and Country
Bridesmaids Luncheon J JHonoring" Sodsdon, both of Coral Gables; John Matthew Fed- wedding, 12:30: p.m., .Mr., and
elect of the bride-to-be by Mrs. Smith, American Association o f Club, 7 p.m., to 1 a.m., Music
M. P. Holohan of Jackson-
Rehearsal Dinner Miss Pirenian, Mrs. \llrs. Konrad Nystol of San ison, ,8 p.m., Mrs. Harold D. ville and Mr. and who also gave Miss Spinks and University Women, Luncheon by Roddy Woodstock's Orches
Mrs. J. W.
Francisco, aunt of the bride; Wallace, Mrs. John Feaster, her mother I Meeting, Park Lane Cafeteria. tra.GARDEN .
Miss Pirenian and Mr. Decker Bledsoe and her daughter O'Neal of Tlfton Ga. and corsages.
Roger md the Misses,Teena and Cynthia Mrs. Ray Shirley and Mrs. L. aunt I
will be entertained this evening ; Miss Patricia Bledso, t uncle of the bride, Holiday Inn. During the luncheon the
: Bledsoe, sisters of Miss R. Arrington at the Wallace bride-elect her .
Mr. and Mrs.. Elroy presented
by. the
bridesmaid, will entertain at
: ]Patricia Bledsoe. home, 1812 SW 36th Place
Lyman Decker at a rehearsal bridesmaids luncheon tomor- Wedding of Miss Lula Bertha with their gifts.
Rehearsal dinner 'honoring ,
Crosby, daughter of Mr. and
dinner, following the rehearsalat row noon, in the Green Roomat Miss Pirenian will present her Miss Kathy Spinks and her Mrs. Jesse, Newell Crosby of Two Hostesses Entertain
the First Presbyterian
Church, for the wedding party Green the Holiday palms Inn.placed about the bridegroom's parents, ,
and out of town guests in the son of Mr. and Mrs.. Ulric.Carven Russell Henderson entertained
Spanish Court Room of the Hotel and Mrs.: T. J. Borck of Dade Keyes of Arcadia, 3, pjn.,
Thomas. Van Dame-Harlow City, Holiday Inn. University Methodist .Church. New'' Location'ANNOUNCEMENT

The prenuptial dinner will be SATURDAY, April 18 Wedding of Miss Mildred Kathleen -

served to the wedding guests by Nuptials in Georgia Complimenting Miss Glenda Spinks, daughter of Dr. '
candlelight A green and white Moon, bride-elect and Mrs. Daniel Owens Spinks,
Thrasher, will be a dinner and Jim MUSICIANS SALES
Springer Borck of
color scheme will be" carried Entertaining tonight in Thom- hearsal in the St. Thomas Epis- son
party, given by Mrs. Ora Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Joseph & SERVICE
out, with a large centerpiece of asville, Ga., Mrs. Justin Ed- copal Church, where the wedding Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Borck of Dade
white chrysanthemums, stock, wards Harlow Jr. will give the .is scheduled at 4 pjn. tomorrow Latimer, and Mr. and Mrs. Holy City, 4:30 p.m.,
Trinity Episcopal Church.
pom pons, and baby's breat rehearsal dinner honoring her afternoon. W. P. Wynn, at 7 p.m., at the Reception following at the
surrounded by ferns and polished son, Justin Edwards Harlow latter's home, 318 NW 15th l
Pink and white flowers and Omega sorority house, 820
green leaves. Single white III, and his fiancee, Miss Kel- ,Avenue.
white tapers will be used to West Panhellenic Drive. 5402 N.W. 8th Ave. (Newbcrry Rd. FR 6-4030
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Guests are to be parentsof Mr. and Mrs. Ronard Beach The bridegroom elect will Frances Tuttle, daughter of Kocher, daughter of Mr. and CONN KING LeBLANC GARDEN SUPPLY STORE &
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McCrary and Kirs. James Wilson Vcgh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville who will go to Bridesmaids luncheon hon- honoring Miss Anne, DENT REMOVAL
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Close \ Murray Gives Positive View Oscar's Still Istanbuhls the largest city In "


; Of Peale in One Man's Way I Worth The'BallyhpV : s.

Union Thursday, ordered the -

dosing'ofthe',Moscow office of ( aitttsuiUt ai11S1t1t Ntw Vork uJtmr and -adapted from Arthur Got. long silent prayer vigil over a I IS
the West
..German. news agency don's book "Minister to M2lions" seemingly dying child, restore:; HOLLYWOOD (APAcad-
DPA7 which on Monday circulated "One Man's Way," is at its GRANDOLE
aftermathIt's I
by Eleanore Griffin and:f emy -
his confidence. He won't
a,false that Soviet resigx]I
report best when Don Murray, as the
John W. Bloch, this is a worth;r still quite a show. For allli -:
Premier Khrushchev has died. his pulpit
Rev. Dr. Norman Vincent movie. the knocking and the ribbing

The_Soviet Peale, mounts,his pulput, looks However it lacks the surpris e Most wisely, under DealSander's ; gets, the annual Oscar event I, OPRV ,
said the action ordered
was by
into the and
straight camera
the Foreign Ministry. and structural force of two su- steady direction, the< remains a unique exhibit of
L speaks. perior Protestant predecessorsThese r, .
In a Russian-language transmission picture sustains an unpretenti. glamor and professionalism.The DAY S
extended excerpts, culled "One Foot in Heaven," with it s proceedings are formalized -
,_Tass_said_the order was a Peale's ous tone from start to finish.
?from Dr. own writings punch and originality, and t hi e to a fault and everyone

Deutche issuedbecause Presse Agentur the agency, has, make three tingling sercrisply penetrating "A Mai a[ Yet ;moviegoers and churchgoers gets weary of the parade of on

been mons. Young Mr. Murray, with Called Peter." alike may cock an eyebrovat r recipients with their effusion of I
"spreading provocativeand WGGGpresented
M his realistic fervor and this In barest outline this is Ie
false reports concerning k a sue some familiar bits. Highlighting thanks to all hands. But what 4
is true praise should have dedicated i-
Its hero
the U.s.s.R." w m a sequence of Dr. Peale'jearly i would we do In their shoes?
a The Moscow t been a preacher. ,altruist, a' young m aJ]a The point is that the Academy
' agency' corre- (The United Artists drama is whose cheerfully realistic interpretations crime reporting in Detroit t:
lpondent,-whose name was given is his verbal goading of Awards are a contest a highly
( a. now playing at GainesvU Ie's of the Scripture lea d a hysterical ..a
.; only as Wurzel "has been sophisticated competition. And;
Florida Theater) to the prestigious Marble Collegiate ):- child from a burning,r by ',
I asked to leave the Soviet Union Americans dearly love a race. i
As a biographical tribute to Church in ManhattanThe Will she make
Tass'sakI. I. building. it? And I
within 24 hours, 'That's why of us sit
'" most
\ of America's best known Production Credit
one snag, and the real drama,
when Diana Dr,
It The Tass announcement made as through the dreary speeches
Protestant clergymen, the picture is a clerical battle over his bes
no mention of DPA's erroneous is and Peale's wife, sets her jaw and, and the limitless commercials' Gibbs Furniture
ik thoughtful genseller, "The Power of Positiv<
t report about Khrushchev. DPAWithdrew' i v tee!. Produced by Frank Ross I Thinking." The climax a night: takes his unwanted manuscript: to find out who is going to win Sears Roebuck "
the report 23 minutes the big prizes at the end.
kYA to a publishing house, will she,
after its first flash and on Tues- rC Fuilgas 5'
S That doesn't mean that Oscar
, too make it
Ranks Best ,
day apologized for It. The agen- sk Man'HighOf can't be improved. As Debbie G. C. Murphy

cy said it was making_a full InvestIgation The most pungent scene,, Reynolds pointed out before the I Stockman's Supply

and had suspendedall quite fragmentary, shows Mr. event the lack of participation
staff members connected Stuck on Each OtherRod 'Inside-Polities' Films in tart of Hollywood's top names is I G'ville Livestock Mkt.
Murray a exchange
with the affair. It said all were

members of- 'its- head office in Taylor seems less stuck on his subwayridingpartner By BOB THOMASAP lal obviously detested, a sna kY with a bishop over his best sell shocking.'Twas not always so. Five or G'ville Music Center

Hamburg. Jane Fonda than on her pin in this scene Movie-Television Writer. ienator who soared to fame ty, er. On the other hand, the final 10 years ago, the majority of G'ville Auto Sales

from "Sunday in New York," opening tonight at the HOLLYWOOD (AP) '- The )reclaiming an unholy alliance- turning point, with the stricken Hollywood's big names put on Central Tractor
child rallying, seems a dramatic -
: Gainesville Drive-In. I new movies is etween the Communists_ an<1 convenience.The their best furs and feathers to Hull's Brake ServiceWilliams' ,:
The Best Man" a winner.
Bridge make the Oscar bash the ultimate -
The latest exhibit in the movies'preoccupation he Mafia. .. Neon Signs ...
young minister's dogg e d In glamor. Now they appear -
Cost of TV Sets with politics, it is The campaigning secretary o;f r courtship of a collegian, beauti- only if dragooned into 1 Carton's! Dairy .,

one of the more successful. >state is played by Henry Fonda, fully played by Miss Hyland, service on the program. I Phillips Farm Supply
The film is neither grotesquely -
NotesThis lollywood's favorite politics 1 couldn't be more disarming.: In Getting the stars to turn outs
comic like "Dr. Strange- -"Advise and Consent," "Fai- other roles Virginia Christine Oscar's No. 1 problem. Other AAA Lawn Mower

Rise This Month love," nor melodramatic, like afe") He gives definition fc) Carol Ohmart and Ian Wolfe matters, including the balloting, ServiceShearouse's
long and involved bid- "Seven Days in'May." It deals hat is
essentially a gray roll e are quite effective, though WIl- to be' okay. ..
ding sequence is worthy of with politics at a national nomi- if a man who has trouble mak. liam Windom seems curiously appear results evoked Garage & '
study. It led to a contract nating .convention in realistic his mind. Wheel Alignment .
ng on passive as the hero's minister-
channels. Installation of the
tuner since
wtWlJ' much satisfaction
New York documentary as any
which was good, but not quite style, using -
the best available. The open- By PETER BART I will probably cause a price camera technique and actors Lee Tracy is capital as the father. 1955, when "Marty": came Sewing Machine ..,

il I ing bid of two no-trump showed NEW YORKStarting this increase of about $30 a set._ I' with a high quotient of be- lying former president, as h
21 or 22 points in high cards: month the nation's manufacturers The trouble is that some 80 per I lievabflity. ;vas on the stage, and Ann Sothirn ly titled. If "One Man's Way" The[ crowd was pulling for Sidney Louis Lunch ".-:

almost all experts have aban- of television sets will be con- cent of present TV set sales are I The result is almost consistently flits in and out with hilar'- seldom explores human ago n y Poitier, who won for the 14- "

doned the range of 22-24 givenin fronted with a thorny problem. in areas where there are no stations engrossing and should draw ous: results as a political busy- beyond doubt and disbelief, Dr. day "Lilies of the Field" over University Cigar :

some standard extb 0 0 k s. They will have to explain why I on channels 14 through 83. extensive interest in this election >:ody. Once again Edie Adam s Peale still has a sterling spokesman much more costly entries. The & News Stand :

A ban: with 23 or 24 points most consumers will soon have Thus, most consumers will paya year. Iocs her fine job of providinj g in Mr. Murray. From the fact that he is a Negro was not

would have been shown by an set without daring any immediate -I higher price to receive nonexistent The situation Is this: Two sex and sympathy. pulpit at least, it penetrates. overlooked by the voters, but LISTENAT :

artificial forcing opening bid of Increased benefit from stations. ilghpowered candidates come ,

two clubs followed by a rebid of this Investment. I Within a few years, the into the convention on collision 1a .

two notrump.The The price increase stems froma government[ and the advertising course. Neither has enough WANTEDBOYS 8:15

three club response was law passed in June, 1962, that industry as well, hope that many votes to win a nomination; one i a.m.,

made by South, asking for a bars any manufacturer from UHF stations will come into existence must knock the other out of the e n+au : NOOK

major suit Three'diamonds den- shipping a TV set after April as a result of the potential way. They try to do so, using 12-16 YEARSThe Last Times Tonite! Show 7:15 ;:

ied ajnajor, three hearts show- 30 that can only receive chan- audience made available by blows both above and below the "PT 109"Cliff and ,
ed a-5-card heart suit, and nels 2 through 13. the new receivers. For the pres- belt.Gore Gainesville Sun is now accepting appli-

three,spades was a forwardgoing The receivers must also be ent, however, TV set mak- Vidal has adapted his hit Robertson Ty Hardin 8:05 p.m. ..
cations for bike -
gesture. As North had den- equipped with a tuner to pick ers face an interesting marketing stage play, and both his con-
up channels 14 through 83, the problem. struction and dialogue are ad- "SPfNCER'SMOUNTAIN" f on .
so-called ultrahigh frequency mirable. The excitement buildsall Sun
-- NORTH (D) Some manufacturers will go to the way to the surprise ending -
considerable lengths in their Coll 372-8441 Circulation WGGG A
4 AK5 Dept.
and the scenes are peppered '
--"X' b"3. TodayIn forthcoming ads to inform the I'
with and
political .
gags wry I Henry Fonda Maureen O'Hara
KQ82 public about the U.H.F. situa-. asides. .
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AQ6 tion. Others, however, now planto
But while admiring his crafts- C

WEST EAST HistoryBy ation.make no mention of the situ manship, one could quarrel with ITrri'iFni17 I IjJtJTISATURDAY ONLY! rrI

4J8 4Q109743VA94 I his methods. Was it really necessary
V 87 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A spokesman for Motorola, to hinge the nation's big- Zt SKowtime 7:15 :

t 1 1074 J963 Today is Friday, April 17, the Inc., says his company will gest prize on counterattemptsof 6 rI .....

"4-98732 J 108th day of 1964. There are 258 not discuss the all-channel bill blackmail? Not only does t I I :

t I SOUTH days left in the year. in its ads for fear of calling pub- each side try to nail the, other w "FAREWELL TO ARMSROCK

.. 462V Today's highlight in history: lic attention to the higher prices. with personal scandal; a former c HUDSON -.'JENNIFER JONCS :

> QJ652 On this date in 1790, Benjamin "There are so few UHF stations president of the United States w

4 A5 Franklin died in Philadel- that it wouldn't make any takes part in the dirty business.The "THE STRIPPER"JOANN ?

"" 4. K 10 5 4 phia at the age of 84. sense to advertise this situationnow players of "The Best t WOODWARD RICHARCT REYEft

Both sides were vulnerable. On this date: ," said a spokesman for the Man" perform in an exemplary

The bidding: In 1754, French forces cap- Magnavox Co. manner. Cliff Robertson, ex-PT "Upstairs and Downstairs"MICHAEL

North West South East tured the junction of the Alle- On the other hand, two major 109, plays the nastiest candidateand CRAIG ANNE HEYWOOD
2 N.'!'. Pass 3'" Pass gheny and Monongahela rivers.In companies, Radio Corp. of Am- hence comes off with top A living portrait of a great dramatist

3 Pass 3., Pass 1861, the State of Virginia erica and General Electric honors. He actually puts life TONIGHT P.M. WUFT-TV, CHANNEL 5 ...

3 4 Pass 4'"> Pass seceded from the Union.In Corp. plan to make major and sweat into a character Vi- + .y 4
4 V Pass 5. Pass 1941, the army of Yugslavia changes in their advertising I 1 .

6 V Pass Pass Pass surrendered to the- ----ocampaigns. as a result of the allel LEON E. MIMS Owner JOLTING "

West led the club nine. In 1944, United States bombers -I I charm bill.R.C.A. PRESENTSI JOHN WAYNE'

I : attacked Sofia, Bulgariaand ads already are mentioning DRIVE-IH> THEATRE :

led a major, three spades could Belgrade, Yugoslavia. UHF channels is and the,., I, WWI- (; SS ::: LEWISTOGETHER 24 0 Nawfliooee Rood RI. 2t) Pbose FR 6-SO ".
I In 1945, the United States announced I company now preparing a new
not be read as a natural suit the Japanese had lost campaign emphasizing thechange. : STAATS TONITE 2 Devilishly Funny Movies #

bid.South more than 200 planes in WATTSRADIO Lot A 9t20 :
a single Open 6:30 Show Starts 7:20 Set Beth Complete *
bid four clubs with the ON OUR SCREEN
General Electric promises thai t -
day of suicide attacks over Oki- LOG :
Idea of finding a 4-4 club fit nawa. "we really will get behind this:, a 3 Both InCOLOR EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING l
and North signed off with four MONDAY thru SATURDAY I
Ten Former Pres- thing. SHOWN FIRST & LAST
years ago Religion ;
hearts. South tried again witha ident Herbert Hoover declared Admiral Corp. has also started .. News ft Weather .s

cue-bid of five diamonds, and that inflation In the United to mention UHF but has no t 5:00 Fla GardenerSammy Undty
North jumped to the heart States had not been stopped and made up its mind about fUtUrE e :S5 Farm Family Show Dtf lar
slam. This was slightly mis-
would not be until there strategy. News ft Weather :!
six likely
guided: no-trump was Sammy Undsey L

to be as good if not better, an Five end to deficit spending. .......... 6:00 Farm News ft Show Weather R F q = ;
years ago Twenty-six ,
and in a pair game it was important ." 1, Sammy Llndsey SUHDAyINNEW RK
persons were killed when a :35 Farm Show I
to try for the extra 1C I MM fa-W I-** -
obtainable in no-trump., Mexican C46 aircraft exploded te\d :N Local State New
points over Guayamas Mexico. K rritd Sammy LJndsey
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defense able to 22-YEAR OLD
The was ex :N Farm Show J YM A
ploit the slight inferiority of the: One year ago-Egypt, Syria ', '....,....." ...,. :s0 Local. l State News z '
.' :40John Kay Show!
.. and Iraq signed a communique '. .' DOLt&"PROWL"THESTORYOFA
six-heart contract by negotiating .. News
outlining the structure of the . :M Local i
a ruff. West, led th 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 } G. Montgomery
club nine with this'in mind. He new United Arab Republic. Al.ulaaOne 8:1S Sports State ft Nan News (; "Who's Minding The Store a
L_ AL_ Jolt Kay Show
knew ne would regain me lead News Weather
LUNCH ..... Esc
up 15 John Kay Shew
with the trump ace. Full Pound DINNER... .. SSeupALFORD'S : "STORE" AT 1:00, 4:30, 8:00REEP* AT 2:30 6:00, ':30' I
South won the first trick with :N News ft Weather TONIGHT AND SAT. S STARTS SUN "THRILL OF IT ALL" :
the club king and led a low KC Sirloin .,<. 9;:31 UJ Kay ft Scow Weather I

heart. West did not allow himself TOWER HOUSE iU Gene Bard Show ---

be diverted from his Steak $195
to planof
Wi E.
defense by the faint chance : :M News ft Weather IS A MOVIE
j I :.05 COM Barte Show / 1
held 10 1
I that his partner a heart .30 News ft water {
He the heart :11 GeM lards ShowN o .
I honor. put up ace I FOR EVERYONE! S l

: like a man and gave his partner WIItt.If'I I S '; _
II a ruff to set the contract News & -
stSCeno Barto Show
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I It was unlikely on the bidding :tt News ft Weather. E
1 tttCene ...... ShowN
k that East would hold the f a

heart queen and even if he had MOVING : state ft Local News

''r r that card the ace play would d 12 MS lit Gene Snorts Barto Show 0 0 ,
not necessarily have been fatal iM Han News ft weather .
Q 2$Jos Sands Skost
And it was even less likely that

East 'held J-x in hearts, be- SOON? 1
a News ft Weather
cause South would then have 1 Jen seeds show

led a low heart from dummy I ,35..News..... ft WeatherSands Skew i ;

l( rather than from his own hand. one. : ..

SET bridge hand Let Us Know :N..... ft Wnaffcer "GREEN" GIRL TOLD i iK"
I :IS.Jet Sand stow ;
: iMNews ft WeatKortJSJen BLUSHING PIN !
1 IN
$20 Before You Go! : Sands ShowN ,

News ft Weather uuar .,o eraoa ,C.s
MOVING TWE Is when this i 3::*SD t<* ScUffer POW, i i2ND
TALLAHASSEE (APSales newspaper can be more helpful ; :M Wicf News ft Sculler weatheriss Show I

taxes levied by the 1963 Legislature than ever for its shopping
"I 1 liked it and I'm grateful it is being H1 TAT !
have brought In'$20 million news, homemaking pages,
Revenue Director and other services. I :MNewsSTTfc Sdtaffer IWII ,, shown in Gainesville"Rev.
in nine months ads, many 4 lIS notch
J. Ed Straughn reported. So make sure that you receive II :115)*"Ducta weather Her Show John M. Sikes k. 9:24Man's I

Four:tax changes brought in every issue, by letting us know ri "A very fine portrayal." I wish every

mostof the money. These Jeere several days before you go. Just 1 Montgomery Local News Sports person would see it. I g :
t I' Rev. J. Emmett Moore
three cent tax to costs tell your carrier or phone our I
If a per o 5:1I si'wthe "
for oil
repairing} S5 million; increasin' office. We'll do the rest II" l Data Schafler Skew "Inspirational Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell 1t pavoriteReds

the tax on motor vehicles, $3. ,
iMNews ft Weather ?
million; raising sales'tax on industrial ,Is arcs S ha""e* Skew t port

machinery $1.3 million > <(&aiuezu iutk ::15 s1 New Dutch ft Scftafter Weather Show -'. .: .. 1FWtlCOtOitI

and taxing farm machinery $1 (59 SIGN Off --J'

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I 3, r F ; l fy k M.I4 i I GVille Jaycees Name Cellon T

F I Outstanding Young Farmer

I By BUZZ MIXSON enough for 28 persons.
Sun Area Editor The of invest-
amount capital
I The Gainesville Jaycees las' To Enter State ment has increased tre-
[night named Ralph Cellon Jr. of ; mendously, Busby said, until today
!Alachua as the Outstanding over $25,000 for each farm
Young Farmer of Alachua worker is involved.
County for 1964.Announcement. Told of The industry
Group Ag Skills only comparable
of Cellon's se as far as investment is
lection for this honor was madeat concerned, is the highly exper-
a dinner meeting at the Hol- imental chemical field, Busbysaid.
iday Inn, which also was highlighted .
L by,a,talk by Joe N. Bus- community activities, the ad Banded its operations greatly,' "with h u m'll1 ty and humble-
by, assistant director, Florida vancements he has made in ag md one of the 'manager's big icss." If farmers had continued with

For Farming Enterprise. Agricultural Extension Service. riculture and on his employ Contributions was installation o; the same investments they had
Cellon, 30 ,year-old farmer- ment' of good soil conservatior i feed mill for the feed lot op- Local LP of the gas OYF dealers project, cosponsors -, in 1940, the speaker said, the

Ralph Cellon Jr. of Alachua, receives the Gainesville Jaycees' Outstandingright. rancher, who owns an interest in practices. iratioiu. will present a gas range to Cel average housewife's food bill
Young Farmer award from Dale Perry, At left, is Joe N. Busby, assistant and manages the huge Beverly Cellon is a 1956 graduate of Cellon's civic and community lon. These dealers include would now be $5 to $8 more than

I director, Agricultural Extension Sen?ice. Cellon received his award at a Jay- Hills Plantation, will be the local the University'of.Florida with a activities include the presiden- Greens Fuel, Fuilgas, C e n tral it is. .
cees dinner meeting last night and will be entered in competition for the title, Jaycees' nominee for the bachelor's degree in agricul- 3' of the Alachua County Cat Florida Gas Co., Sure Gas Co., "The"big increases in food
Outstanding Young Farmer of Florida.. Busby was the dinner speaker. (Sun Outstanding Young Farmer ture. He is married and has tlemen's Association (now in Propane Gas Co. and PyrofaxGas prices, Busby said, "have beenin
uhoto) I(OYF) of Florida, and if he three children. his third term), the presidency Co.Busby., that food which is eaten cut,
,wins the state title, will go on Beverly Hills Plantation is )f the Alachua Lion's Club in his and this has been due mostly
after dinner
to national :competition.The devoted primarily cattle rais- serving as area chairman of the talk the increased cost of labor.1:
OYF of Alachua Countywas ing, a huge feed lot operation Florida.Beef Council and membership mendous, pointed up "the tremen- S Busby cited dairies as agricultural

Dixie Co. Forestry selected from' a group of and the growing truck crops. on the Alachua City being involved job of in a young man I. enterprises which hate
agriculture to-
nominees of assumed its relatively high amounts of investment
by a panel judgeson I Since Cellon man- Commission. He won unopposedre day."
the basis of his civic, and agement, Beverly Hills has exPresents election to this latter post and low net retunis.
He said
I this past Tuesday. that outstandingyoung : He said the average housewife
i farmer Cellon is representative would not complain about paying
Festival to BulletinAt Dale Perry chairman of the of young men who to 50 cents for five soft drinks.
; Open Progress Jaycee committee to select the day must have managerial I These soft drinks, be said;could
k OYF, presented a plaque to Cel skill to handle this type of bus. be contained in a bottle which

Gilchrist EventTRENTON lon, who accepted the honor ness. holds a quart of milk which
Busby said that agriculture In costs only about 28 cents.
CROSS CITY -A queen con High. There will also be the W 0 rid l was at a virtual "And" he added, "there Is no
test at 8:15 tonjght will kick Contest many floats, and adding to the -An area development -Commerce, by A. V. (Swede) District 4-H standstill up until the time of comparison in the food value."
off Dixie County's eighth an- eye appeal of the parade will progress bulletin featuring Benson and Mark M. Wheeler Thomas Jefferson. In 1850, Bus Busby concluded his talk by

nual Forestry Festival. be Queen Glenna Lamb, Susan Trenton and Gilchrist County Florida-Power officials. by said, one agricultural worker saying that it takes a person

The beauty and talent con- Starts Activitiesleading Lewis, Chiefland Watermelon prepared by Florida_ Power. Wheeler said the bulletin will Groups Bid in the United States produced with a great deal of business
test to select a Forestry Queen; and Suzanne Redmon, be used to answer all industria 1: enough food and fiber for ability to stay in agriculture"
Corp., was presented at the
Queen for t/A will be the first Pine Tree Festival Queen, : relative to Gilchrist four persons. The efficiency of succeed. -
of a series of events which industryforestry.Around from Taylor County. 1 annual Rotary Steak Supper County. For State U. S. agriculture has increased Orion P. Wells Jr., Jaycee
will include (tomorrow) a colorful 3,000 persons are expected The parade will be followed held here early this week. he said, until today one president, presided at the, meet

parade, the crowning of to be on hand,tomorrowto by a program on the school Five hundred copies of the,. Rotary President Robert Carter By JIM ESTES farm worker can produce ing. .: -
the queen by Congressman D. join in this tribute. grounds with 0. K. (Kiromy)I bulletin were presented to Hal presented,the club's' annual 1 Agricultural Extension Service -_.
R. (Billy) Matthews a' f re, e Glenna Lamb, the current Jones as master of ceremonies.Cecil Lancaster, president of the: trophy to Emmett Whitehurst of:
barbecue luncheon, field Forestry Queen, will reign over James, president of the Gilchrist County Chamber of, Williston, who showed the grandchampion I Our annual District VI 4-H
events and guessing contests the festival until she relinquishes CofC, will welcome visitors, and at the Suwannee River Events Day was held in Ocala County AdvancesIn
and a poster contest for school her crown to her successor poster and essay winners will Beef Cattle Show and Sale last Saurday with Levy, Gil-
children. I tomorrow. be announced.The at Fannin :Springs. christ, Alachua, Citrus, Marion
Baxley Family
The annual Forestry Festi- Vying for the queen title tonight program will end on the and Sumter counties taking
val is sponsored by the 'Dixie in the high, school gym high note of Congressman Mat- LA EditorSuccumbs part. Conservation
County Chamber of Commerceto will be Etta Driggers, 'sponsored -thews crowning the new*--Forestry Tp Reunite :.. These 4-Hers were all county
pay tribute to the county's by Chiefland Timber Queen. winners' in their divisions and M
Co.; Drucillia Hodge, sponsored There will be an hour's recess HAWTHORNE -'The annual they all competed with all,other Alachua County's farmers'and d[ iiye( ,:coverfor soil protection or
Cancer Crusade ed C. H. Robson; Judy for visitors to visit the exhibits -Baxley Family reunion will beheld LOS ANGELES (AP) -LoyalD. 4-Hers in the other counties in ranchers continued to make as a needed land-use 'adjust

Hanshew[ Continental Turpentine in the new Dixie High science Sunday at H. L.' Baxley's Hotchkiss, 70,'editor in chiefof District VI for the right to compete progress during 1963 in the development ment; the application of 5,956 ,
& Rosin Corp.; Diane 0'- and library buildings.Over place on Lake Ann,' four miles the Los Angeles Times from in the state contest which and conservation of tons of liming materials_'on 5-
Underway By Steen Hudson Pulp and Pa- a ton of barbecued beef east of Hawthorne. It will be an 1957 to 1959, died Wednesday of will be held in Gainesville May the county's natural resources; 922 acres of farmland to, permitthe
per Co.; Shirley Cooper, Ow- will be prepared for the lunch- all-day affair. heart failure. Hotchkiss, who 2. A total of 328 farmers and use of legumes and grasses

Cedar Key Club ens-Illinois Glass Co.; Joy eon starting at 12:30 p.m. Baxley reunions have been had been ill with a heart ail Faye Sache of Chiefland won ranchers in the county partici, for soil, improvement and

Chavous, Florida Forest Ser- land After and lunch his, band Jimmy Strick annual events for the past 40 ment several years, ,retired in first place in the foods demonstration pated in the 1963 Agricultural l ; the improvement or protection establishment -
CEDAR KEY The Cancer vice: Elizabeth Hopkins, SL Regis for the entertainment will of play the years. All relatives and family 1959 after a 3year career program and the right Conservation Program and com- of 291 acres of trees
Crusade, sponsored each year Paper Co.; Mary Brown, friends are invited. with the Times. to, represent District VI in the pleted approved soil, water for forestry the improvement
crowd, and the various field purposes;
by the Woman's Club cf Cedar Dixie County Road Dept.; Stacy state events. woodland and wildlife conserva- of
events will be 644 acres of
Key, got off to a start this Jones, Buckeye CelluloseCo. Tommy Andrews and Ramona tion practices.The established
The festival will conclude witha vegetative cover for
week. .; Penny Davis, Dixie Appliance Swilley represented Levy County Agricultural Conservation soil
or watershed
coronation ball
at the old protection and
Ralph E. Brant field repre- Co.; and Kathryn LandCecil's Home Supply building, start- in the public speaking con Program is administered in the the establishment of 6,902 acresof
sentative of the American Can- Pure Oil Service. ing at 9 p.m. and a queen'sball test. Tommy placed .third in county by the farmerelectedASC temporary summer and winter -
Dudley Griner will be ,masterof this event.
cer Society, from Tampa, spoketo for teen-agers, starting at committee. James Vena- cover crops for improving
the members of the club ceremonies for the queen 8:30 pjn. at the Woman's Club. $ In .the tractor operators' Con- ble, chairman of the county the soil and protecting farm.
contest. The will bfe
organist test, Jerry Reid of Chiefland
Monday night and showed the committee, released a report land from erosion.
film "The Millioneth Club." Mrs. Spurgeon Cheek, and Jo Cedar Key ;- I placed fourth in a very close this week on the conservat ion The county committee chairman
Lynn Chambers will be the soloist contest.
This picture represented those <'i" .. ': accomplishments made under also pointed out that a sIgnificant
Don Grabbe of Yankeetowncame
that have been cured of cancer Taps PresidentClub 'fol; 'r- '1>,,, the 1963 ACP. The chairman factor in the success of
The 39-unit festival paradewill ,t < ", : in third in the good read-
for they visited their doctor off at 10 >,. 'f- ,/j stressed that the ACP is a farm- the 1963 conservation effort was
tumor >
step a.m. "'f ,, -: < 4- : ;- ing lamp contest with a beautiful
in time and proper treat row. Included will be bands CEDAR KEY The Cedar ,'" .. "' < J;,,: ;i,,.{'co.i, j( )\ '.it'<
ment was given., Each person from Dixie County High Key Woman's Club e'e c ted '.
told of individual experiencewith School, Chiefland High School, Mrs. Rutherford Teas as their 7. .,"Z ,;$.1-"" < V>>2<>:. !.;r' .u .,: ';; "'J. < < *,# contest Buddy Sache of cost of carrying out the needed out conservation practices un-
the crudest of all diseasescancer. Branford High and Trenton president at their meeting Mon ,,'t:"'' F t;!'M'ff,' ":',fi'.j k ,, .;s., '')'N'N'4-t'J':; ,4 .if.. "" placed third with- a very conservation work-less than der the 1963 ACP that had not
-- day evening. it ', '. .; ,.' .. fb.'i, good gun safety demonstration.. 50 per cent in most cases. The I'' participated in the program during
; f't .. _
The volunteer crusaders will Brannen Other officer named are ,.. ', .""i1'4 .l"". "' ''$y.< .. Representing Levy County in farmers and ranchers them- the three previous years.
seek public contributions to Mrs. Joseph Wilder second "' : ,!" -, ( the District Council meeting as selves bear the major portion of Cost-shares earned by the par-
help support the, Society's cancer Reunion SlatedLAKE vice president, and Miss Louise ,>>: ,., .t it"'t county delegates were Tommy the cost. Their contribution includes ticipating farmers and ranchersin

control programs in education BUTLER Followingthe Hodges, secretary. i : 1' 1 Havens, Tommy Andrews Por labor, equipment and ma- the county in 1963 totaled
research and services. service at Swift Committee chairmen are Mrs. \\' ; tia Sache and Ramona Swilley. terials. 101899. The cost-share assist-
morning '
They will also distribute teach Creek Church, near Lake Butler Wayne Turner, program; Mrs. < .." ?IF..., ,,, lh These 4-Hers all conducted Some of the major conserve ance is made as an investmentin

home pamphlets on cancer the annual $ ,Family Pierre Wagner, Ways and .. ," ,, 1 ,'R/ ; themselves in such a way that tion practices completed under the public interest to help insure
education. reunion will be' held Sun d a Means Mrs. George Birdsey, If.1", :,"t, ><; l' 1t;'( '>1"-/.r every citizen of Levy County the 1963 ACP in the county 'the wise use and adequate
Mrs. Garnet Wilder, chaIrman afternoon. Luncheon is sche Ynominating; Mrs. Frank Bill- '" ",j' ti' ;>,>" '11 o? '" should be proud to have them I were: The establishment of 2- protection of our vital natural

of the Crusade, requests,ed at 1 p.m. ingsley scrap book; Mrs. Tommy : ',' :ti' '\ represent our county. ,965 acres of permanent vegeta resources, Venable said.
everyone to "Join the cancer s oAll descendants of Benjaminand Demeritt intercommunications -
ciety and become a saver ol Tampa Brannen are invited and social; Mrs. Sally
lives." to attend. Tdeston courtesy.

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New Book FacilitiesLibrary entry in a poster,contest on National Judges for the contest were .
Keystone Library Week for fourth;; Mrs. Cods' Maxson Mrs. Ruth
fifth and sixth grades of Melrose Hollis and Mrs. Edith Wallace. Library Week Observance
clerk Mrs Harold Lawrence is shown at a reading table of the new School The posters were on exhibitin

Keystone He ghts'branch library which was opened Tuesday. Formal open house Other winners were: the Melrose Episcopal Filth grade pupils ,of Starke Elementary School gather around librarian,
ceremonies ate set for April 23 at the new building, built by the Clay County Fourth grade First Debbie Church. Open House ceremonies : Mrs. Edward Burns (right) _at a "Good Reading for:.Youth": book exhibit sponsored -
Library,Board at.a"cost of about $4,000.Friends of the Library,,_ will ,serve, as' ,Stanley; second, Jeff Miller i were held in the Melrose by'the'Starke Jaycees and the Friends 'of the' Bradford County Library.

hostesses...An art, exhibit .by: Mrs. Dot,Newman will also be on >display. at :
tinie, (5e-- b'1.Ian.c.o. .,) -.< ', i -' I': '-*' : <":'- grade feat,-Dime: aaee of Natiefial L1&aIy-W edr.,, exhibit exceed Thursday.' and :will be on display Saturday until 5 pm.
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I I Say 01' Boy, That's Cricket r Attendance (12,709) I

I ,.... t: ,"'4 "'.i-,. :tA t'} 't.1 The first official cricket I Problem Faces YanksNEW
'i t- f ; :;'game to be played at the Uni t

;, \; 'jversity of Florida will start at: YORK (AP) Yogi i the Yankees bomb the Washington

: )'FA'4cxr,' 13:30 p m tomorrow at Fleming xs,v c'rx Berra or no Yogi Berra, the: Senators 19-11n their home
ottii'S d Fyr !F1eId.. Game time has been
> New York Fans face a serious inaugural. Then, as now the
moved back an hour from a attendance problem, if their. home opener was postponed
announced 2:30 .
previously. pstart. at ; home opener is any indication.. twice because of inclement
I Only 12,709 paying customers. weather.
The game will match a team
of students from India with another watched them drop their first, Ralph Houk, the general mans
'. ,
< of the 1964 season, a 4-
team of students representing game ager, and Berra, the new field
/6w' commonwealth nations. r kx decision in innings to the Boston leader, used the double post-

Jag d 1 s h Saluja of India, a Red Sox Thursday. That was ponement as an excuse for the
t leader in the movement to bring the smallest crowd to see a small attendance. Yet the SUE

I the sport to the UF campus via ,?..;><.. ., ; .. ir Yankee home opener in nine was shining brightly all morning
j formation of a Cricket Club, years. and the temperature was

J |said the Intramural Depart. r Back in 1955, only 11,251 sa wLivestock ideally suited for .baseball. .
I went of the UF deserves thanks ,4 .
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v..1._ [for its aid in helping organize ; -

Y ; thesport .\ Attention Producers!
[ fly..k
[the sport.
',' |; Financial Aid .
; Financial aid for equipmentwas ,tr wt
;I If yen hays hors or cattle to
furnished the
by department
Saluja said. sell now or ia the future pious

.- It's Cricket Old Buddy! Members of the India team .e contact out of the buyers at
are Saluja, Sir a j Akbar, K. CoptUnd Sausage Company andgivo
( 'This is how it looks with a batsman swinging away in a cricket match. From Ram, Adi Contractor, DIn esb, thtm an opportunity to
left are Jagdish Saluja, slip (defensive player); K. Ram, wicket keeper (catcher Himanon Yo d h a, K. Likhyani buy your Urestock.
); John King slip (defensive player); and John Worthy, batsman. (Sun pho A Deepak, Manaj Gupta,
tos by Tommy LewisNeeded). Psamed Chernburkar, Sharad
. Deshpande, Kamila Krishman, Bowler in Action COPELAND OFFERS YOU
Raj Mayyar, Gajinder Mayyarand

at World's Fair- The Dipak Commonwealth Roy. team will, G. Williams display the overhand motion of the 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!

bowler (pitcher he throws to the batsman.
as 1. Cash market
choose from J. P. King, Eng every day. _
There will be exhibition cricket
an game at 3:30
land; Dr. G. Williams, Wales; 2. No commission.
: Cultural Exhibit Dr. D. Sayers, England; J. Wor p.m. tomorrow at Fleming Field.
Sports thy, England; Dr. R. Brock,I 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs. 'cI.

England; Dr. C. Stratton, Eng-I Pins Hopes Strength I 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities.

NEW YORK (AP) There's it is they play. But there's noth- lant Man in the 1957 Derby, Ar. land; Dr. J. Spannier, U. S.; S.

EWorld's Fair about to open in ing from sports akin to those nold Palmer's checkbook., the Etchels. Canada; G. Beveridge, CLEVELAND (AP-Joey Gi- "Joey weighed 158% against CALL COLLECT 462-1011
our town-somewhere near Shea exhibits of great art, scientific Scotland; V. Morton, South ardello who hasn't since "
fought said
Stadium. The promoters won'tlet marvels and commercial beat-up sneakers the football GIants Africa; J. Legget, Ireland; Dr. Tiger, Giardello's trainer,

you forget that fact, but it achievements. NFL wore in winning the 1934 A. Cockitt, Wales; and I. Evans, winning a decision over Dick Adolph Ritacco. "His best fighting CLAUDE PHILLIPS 0 PRESTON POLK
playoff from the Bears, a Wales. Tiger for the middleweight is
comes to mind that they've weight around 159 or 160,
Little PavilionIt collection of bookie slips autographed Glenn advisor 0 NORMAN VEECH
Farris, to for- championship last Dec. 7, has
but he'll be
overlooked one important thing, stronger at 164.
exhibit wouldn't take much space- by famous basketball eign students at the UF, also put a premium on strength for x
cultural and scientific
from a the world of sports. just a little pavilion-perhaps a players, a thermometer showingthe will play In the exhibition. his 10 round non-title fight This Rivero is a pretty strong
replica of the house that JohnL. boiling points of Howie I The public is invited to attend. against Juan (Rocky) Rivero guy." CopekrdSAUSAGE
Sure, three'll be plenty of Sullivan could lick any man Young and Red Auerbach. .'. There is no admission charge. here tonight. I
Giardello with 101.22 mark
sports events for fair visitors- in. For color it could be sur- And dominating the scene, a i The two teams will have a a ,
Olympic trials in everythingfrom rounded by flagpoles carryingthe life-size portrait' of Stagg fearing practice session at 2:30 pjn. Giardello, 33, expected to relies mainly on speed, a good COMPANY O ALACHUA FLORIDA

fencing to Greco-Roman national flags of the Irishof Purdue.Second'. today. weigh in today, at 164 pounds, left hook and jab. _6 'f ..- --.
wrestling, horse racing at the old Notre Dame. one pound under the limit in the

Big,A and the little rr and y, Inside there could be a sec- overweight match. Rivero, the
the Yankees playing baseball tion for the memorabilia of each f,iound: Argentine middlweight champ,
and the Mets playing whatever major sport. For instance, the is expected to weigh about the
baseball area could display the same for the fight to be tele-

hot dog that gave Babe Ruth vised by' ABC starting at 10 .t' -... t.1 T .
al'rTTravis the stomach ache felt 'round FeaBy tures Setthe p.m. EST.

the world, Joe McCarthy's
pushbutton, the window Van
New Florida Mungo dived through in Cuba, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS first bail.Baltimore DEEP SEA Y.

.and a section of the pressroom The first. game in the major fans saw the first
Grid Coach bar from Ebbets Field still in- leagues'' newest park and a Rome appearance of Hank FISHINGFrom : '
scribed with the angry notes game dedicated to the late Bauer, the Orioles' new man- ---- '
Larry MacPhail wrote to Leo. President John F.Kennedy ager who is an ex-Yankee.
Larry Travis, former tar Durocher.A were features of the second
University of Florida guard, modern feature, of course, round openers today. Kansas City, Minnesota and Steinhatchee, Fla.
has been added to the Gator would be Charley Finley's un- Los Angeles won't open their '
football coaching staff, head used Pennant Porch There'd The New York Mets, unsurprisingly -home seasons until next Tues onThe
Coach Ray G r ayes announced still be room for Red Patterson's winless after two day. Milwaukee and St Louis (1h/ '
today. i tape measure for determiningthe games, entertained Pittsburghat start at home next Wednesday. -
length of Mickey Mantle's Shea Stadium, a $25-miltion The Colts opened at Houston WINNER'
Travis second team all-
a 9
homers, '''a jug of syrup from structure dedicated Thursday. Thursday night.
SEC selection' senior season
Happy Chandler's voice, a collection Boston was host to the Chicago 65 Feet Long .f
1962 has been
working on aMaster's
of vegetables tossed at White Sox in the Kennedy memorial 18 Feet Wide
Degree in Physi- V. S. Women
Joe Medwick during the 1934 game. &
cal Education, which he finish- Coast Guard Inspected 44reme
ed.this trimester.He World Series and Casey Sten- Two other teams, one in each Lounge room &
gle's pronouncing dictionary anda league, played before their Test FranceLIMA Snack bar '
helped the Florida staff copy of the minutes of a Senate home fans for the first time this Leaves Taylor's Dockat Jr&t

during spring practice, and eomniittecontaining' Cas season. The Cubs were at Chi Peru (AP) -The 7:30 a.m.
full-time appointment is effective ey's address ,on the reserve cago against Philadelphia while United States' Women's basket- Returns 5 to 6 p.m. th best of taste}! .
immediately. Graves said clause. the New York Yankees playedat ball team opens its bid for the
the.native of Miami would work They might even get Judge Baltimore. world basketball championship
with'Coach John Eibner on the Landis' hat if Ford Frick couldbe Some 48,000 were expected to I Sunday against France. AMERICAN
Florida B-Team. persuaded to forego wearing 'help the Mets baptize the 55,300- The U.S.. team will play fa $5.00 per person DU BDN'
"Larry will be a fine additionto it for the duration of the fair. :seat stadium named for William :the qualifying round at Chic- $1.00, for Rod & Reel "

our staff," said Graves. "He Boxing Exhibit, A. Shea, chairman of the Mayor's :lays, about 470 miles north of '-- '--
-- --
The boxing exhibit, of course, Lima. Following the with '- DJ MMMNM i..r.wY' ,
has game
a great deal of football I Baseball Committee. Shea : ...
should be centered around France the KTH4M MTTUt trTH1AMBHCAX
knowledge, has been leader his the return National : women will play Trips open to individualsSat.
entire career at Florida and is bed Joe Jacobs should of stoodin. baseball to New York. Paraguay next Monday and Bul- ., Sun. and HolidaysFor ......1&4. ____
It could include Floyd Pat- ;garia next Tuesday.The .
a person of the highest charac- An ProceedsAll
terson's false whiskers, the"Zomethings" qualifying round starts r
ter."We're Max Schmelingsaw proceeds of the game at Saturday at three sites. i ti
Argen- Charter Mon.,Tues.,
happy to have him Boston will be turned over to :
and such I tina
significant documents plays South Korea at Are- Wed., Thurs. & Fri.
and believe he further the J.F.K. Memorial
strengthens Library
as Cassius Clay's IQ test quipa, Paraguay goes I
the staff for 1964. Fund. The Red Sox
and Archie Moore' birth certifi- expected ]France at Chiclyo and Chile BOURBON ."
Addition of Travis completesthe about 25,000. 1 battles Japan at Tacna. ,,, WHISKEY'86.8 PROOF
,football coaching staff. Oth- cate.Elsewhere, the exhibits might The late President's brothers, The two best teams in each PhoneCross City _
er new members are Ed Kens- include a set of Tommy Bolt's Atty. Gen. Robert and Sen. Ted, c qualifying round plus host Peru -
ler .(offensive line), Billy Ki- broken golf clubs, the 11-foot were among the crowd along ,will advance to the finals at HY 8-3423 THE AMERICAN DISTILLING CO. INC.. New York, N. Y. Ptkll1, III. Sausalito CiL
nard: (defensive backfield), pole presented-to Coach Adolph with Gov. Endicott Peabody of 1 Lima April 23-May 3.
Fred Pancoast (offensive end) Rupp after he said gamblers Massachusetts, President Joe ,

and.Rabbit Smith (head of recruiting couldn't touch his Kentucky Cronin of the American Leagueand '. .- > -- ,--. -- -
). basketball players with a 10-foot Stan MusiaLAt

Travis played on two Ga tor pole, Y. A. Tittle's hair, the Chicago, Phillip R. Clarke, SPECIAL!
Bowl championship teams during imaginary finish line where a box holder for 40 years, was THIS WEEK'S
his career as a regular Willie Shoemaker pulled up Gal.COLOR given the honor of throwing out
guard at Florida. The 1960 Flor-I I finished 9-2 with a 13- Tjt

BowL 12 win and over the Baylor 1962 in team the knocked Gator- NEED A BUILDING? GOODYEAR

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I No one knows at this stage how Florida's footall Gators TFR Florida courts. Play will continue Aoril li r1964
s will do (won-and-lost) next alL today with finals set tomorrow f C : hf. IS

morning and afternoon.All .
But sports publicity information director Norm Carlson is .

off and; headed for a perfect season in the humor department. ; ; four seeded boys in No.

I 'Carlson has sent out a letter to Florida writers listing 1 singles'adVanced to the semi- MMW BgH HH

hotels that the Gators. will, stay in for 1964 road games. finals. In girls No. 1 singles,

i -For' example the list starts with King Edward Hotel, 4 '$ hv however two of the top play- Young Tony Oliva Setting

Jackson, Miss., for the Mississippi State game, on Sept. 26. ers lost in the quarterfinalsto :

provide the day's only sur < ;.

p.1Q prises.Coral Gables' boys as ex Minnesota Batting Pace .

pecteo.. led that division with 11
McArthur's '-'
points to Hollywood

4 10. But the Cavaliers are in excellent By MURRAY CHASS games. and John Orsino starred at bat

position to win since all Associated Press Sports Writer The
I 22-year-old Oliva's real in the American League Thurs-

Odd Uniforms five of their singles players Tony Oliva, who reached the first name is Pedro but he has day. Tillman
pounced out four
have advanced through two United States on his brother'sname been known as Tony ever since hits sparking Boston
to an 11-
Tommy Stalnaker, P. K. Yong versatile athlete, rounds. 14 Points in the, American appears ready to go far he used his brother's passportto inning 4-3 victory over the New

is the object of the spring: tug of war between 'base Beach Seabreeze defending League on his get into the United States York Yankees while Orsino
It, follows with St. Charles Hotel in New Orleans on Oct. 2. ball coach Wilbur Hoskins, left; and track coach Bill girls champion, paced own.The from Cuba. Pedro or Tony Oli slugged a two-run homer that the Stafford Hotel in Tuscaloosa Ala., for Oct. 23. McGill, right. Stalnaker plays center field on the that division with 14 points to rookie outfielder, so high- va is a potent addition to the carried Baltimore past Chicago

I' Then comes Georgia in Jacksonville. Carlson writes, baseball team and is hitting around 400. He also 12 for Delray Beach Seacrest. ly thought of that he forced Twins 'already powerful line-up. 4-3.

"Georgia game in Jacksonville. Team headquarters at Roosevelt runs the low hurdles and on the relay teams in The Sand Crab lassies appeara defensive star Vic Power off With Oliva on the scene,

(first floor, I hope). track and set a new hurdles mark in the Keystone virtual shoo-in for honors first base is setting the early though the Twins were faced' Oliva got the Twins off to a

Conference meet this week. Stalnaker also is a half- batting for Minnesota with a 'dilemma. They already 1-0) lead in the first inning
And the windup is with FSU in Tallahassee. The Gators will back in football. Chic Hinton again. pace with had !doubling home Rich
(Photo by ). Gainesville High S c h 0 01'5 five hits in 10 times at bat in Harmon Killebrew, Bob Allison Rollins, who
m stay away from the pandemonium that will be the first but two and Jimmie Hall in the also doubled. The Twins broke
:, UF FSU grid clash in Tallahassee. They'll stay at the Amer- girls picked up five points games. the
the boys failed to win anywhere He clouted a single a double outfield. The answer then, was game open with three runs
ican Motor Lodge in Perry some 60 miles away from Doak BISHOP 8 BACK and to move Allison to first, relegating in the sixth on Zoilo Versalles'
Stadium. down the line.Topseeded a triple and knocked in two
,./( Campell Bill Harris of runs Thursday night as the the popular Power to a util- twisting pop fly triple with the .

I .v, Carlson concludes with, ".. hope our next correspondence West Palm Beach Forest Hill Twins whipped Washington 6-2 ity role. bases loaded.

fi on hotels is in ;regards to where we are staying for a IN STATE GOLFWINTER won from Edgar Beeland and for their second victory in two Besides Oliva, Bob Tillman Lock Homers ,.

bowl game." Joe Prevost in his two sing- Don Lock homered in the

les matches to move into the
second and Ken
Second that motion. Hunt hit one in

t HAVEN H a cold' Bill Dudley Tampa King, defending -semi-finals.Wendy Overton of Seabreeze, Ala/or/ the ninth for the Senators' score.

I Caught on the Run Bishop of Starke posted an 81 state champion had a No. 1 ranked player in girls, STANDINGS ig.

yesterday in his first round of. from Verdust of League Tillman
75.Behind won Joy a catching disappointment -
Gator athletic director and head football coach Ray Graves
in the state school Miss Albers
play high golf and Miss Key West and Gloria Sullivanof for the Red
Sox last
is in the of having a new home built for him in the !
process at Lake Green Rhonda
Region Glenn
tourney course. came St. Pete in her matches los- National Leaguew. socked
American LeagueW. year, three sing1esagainst
general area of where former state senator W. A. (Bill)
trailed leaders Lake Worth
Bishop co I defending girls ing only one game all day. L. Pct G.B.Pbi1a'phia the Yankees before he-

,.. Shands resides. Mike Toale of Bradenton Mana-. state champion with an 80; The girls' upsets c a m e .. 2 0 1.000 L. Pet G.B. tripled in the 11th. Whitey Ford,

A slip of the typewriter last week had Buddy Crone former tee, Bill Whitten Pensacola Es- Laura Mclvor, Choctawhatchee; when Christiana Johnson of Me- San Fran. 2 1 .667 % Minnestoa 20 1.000 who pitched the whole game.

I Gator head swimming coach, tutoring the GHS mermen cambia and John Elliott Jr., and Sharon Richards, Forest Arthur beat second seeded StLouis 2 1 .667 % Baltimore 20 1.000 then uncorked a wild pitch, allowing

this year. It should have been Buddy Floyd a one-time Gator Fort Lauderdale, by eight I Hill 82s.PKY. Jane Hancock of Fort Lau- Chicago..._.. 1 1.500 1 Boston 1 0 1.000 % Tillman to score the

: swimmer himself. strokes. The leaders had 73s. I derdale Stranahan 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 Houston 1 1 .500 1 Detroit ,r--.... 1 01.000 % winning run.Orsino's .

i. Roberta Albers of Tampa Bids and Anne Speicher of Delray Pittsburgh -1 1 .500 1 Los Angeles. 1 1 .500 1

;, Local bowlers read, and weep. Craig Bozza, just turned 16, King led the girls with a 78 anda Beach Seacrest downed third- Cincinnati 1 1 .500 1 Washington 1 2 .333 1% home run, his secod

recently rolled games of 226-266-257 for a national record 749 one-stroke lead over Linda Los 1 2 .333 11% Cleveland of the
seeded Barbara Cook of Coral Angeles. 0 1.000 1% youg season, climaxeda
set for junior bwclers. It took place in Madison N. J. Morris of Orlando Evans. For 11-0 Gables 6-4, 64.Team Milwaukee 1 2.333 1% Kansas City.0 1 .000 1% four-run fifth inning for the

t The UF athletic department treated visiting tennis players, Fort Lauderdale led the, boys Points New York .... 0 2.000 2 New York 0 1 .000 1% Orioles. Chicago rookie second

coaches and officials to the annual box supper last night at team; race with 304 while Man ORANGE PARK P. K. I Team points not including Yesterday's ResultsSt. Chicago 0 2 .000 2 baseman Don Buford helped the

s i; the varsity courts after the first day's play. This is ,an avenue atee was second at 305. Yonge bids for a perfect 11-0) I doubles Jesuits which were incomplete Louis 2 San Francisco 0 Yesterday's Results rally by bobbling Luis Aparcio's *
Pensacola Escambia had a 372 regular-season baseball record at dark Baltimore 4 Chicago 3 ?
yesterday ,
of good will which does not draw much attention. But : Milwaukee 6 Houston 5 grounder.

the UF spends a good bit. of money to sponsor the various to lead the girls. Gainesville: when it takes on Orange Parkat I B\ys Coral Gables 11; Me- Cincinnati 5,,Los Angeles 2 Boston 4, New York 3, 11 in-

j state tourneys here such as basketball, track tennis and, ont High School's lassies posted a: 4 p.m. today. Arthur, 10; Miami Beach 9; Only scheduled nings
games Leland ...
total of 425 strokes for fifth
occasions, swimming. Seabreeze, 9; Plant, 7; Winter Minnesota 6, Washington 2
F The Blue
t place. West Palm Beach Forest Wave is 10-0 and Park, 5; St. Petersburg, 4; Today's Games Only games scheduled

i'' An influential visitor to the city from Atlanta last weekend Hill had 394, Choctawhatchee, holds 'a previous triumph this : Pompano Beach, 4; Miami Today's Games Fires 530 Set ...,.

"1 reports that Charlie Finley's Kansas City Athletics will be 398; and South Broward 403. season over Orange Park. Norland, 3; Archbishop Curley, Pittsburgh at New York New York at Baltimore

the first tenant of the new 57,000-seat baseball stadium the GHS scores included a 97 by Coach Wilbur Hoskins will '2; Florida Air Academy, 1; Philadelphia at Chicago Chicago at Boston Jeanne Leland led the Cheter's :.-'

Georgia city constructing, for its debut into major league Kit Green 104 by Jan Jacunski, use either Robert Stearns or Lake Wales 1; Clearwater 0; Milwaukee at Houston, N Los Angeles at Detroit Garage Coffee League at

i'[ baseball next Could be but the inside 109( Lohr and 115 by Mac Johnson against .the home '. Cincinnati at Los Angel ,.li.. .
season. is that it will by Candy : Fletcher, 0; GHS, 0; Lee 0; Minnesota at Washington, N Palm Lanes yesterday with a. >
be either Milwaukee Cleveland. Beverly George.A nine. St. Louis at San Francisco NTomorrow's Kansas
Seacrest, 0. City Cleveland N 530 series and a 193 high..,
\ stroke behind the three Other starters likely will be Girls Seabreeze 14; Sea- Games Tomorrow's Games game. Elaine Allen had a 487...

boys leaders came Bob Barba- Rusty Marcus catcher; Tom crest, 12; McArthur, 11; Cor- Pittsburgh at New York Kansas City at Cleveland and Helen Parker 464.) ,.

E: Derby Preps rossa and John Darr Fort Lau- Hansen, first base; Ricky Wag- al Gables, 8; Fletcher 8; Key Philadelphia at Chicago Minnesota at WashingtonNew Radiators rolled a 1744 series ?
low second base Milwaukee at Houston
derdale Jimmy Keedy Lees- ; George Sol- York at Baltimore "
; West, 7; St. Petersburg, 7; and Wheels had a 619 high"J
ley shortstop Danny Dennison Cincinnati at Los Angeles
G Eisentrout Bra 1 ;
burg; e orge GUS 5; Clearwater 3; Edge- Chicago at Boston game.
third base Cy Lott Tom- St. Louis at San Francisco
denton Manatee John Brook ; ,
; water 2 Stranahan 2 Pal-
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:= Headline Card Winter Haven; and Scott Smith,: my Stalnaker and John Wieg--metto, 2; Lake Wales 0; Lake- TlVtS .N
;, .. .. Archbishop Curley. i iI PKY also will participate ,in land, 0; .Landon, 0. Casey Stengel and Bill Rigneyare D IS TIll U Y CD U PlIY. 10 a IS WILL E. KEITUCIV ecroci .
The summaries the two active
: only major
the subgroup baseball
BrORLO ROBERTSON warm-up today in the $10,000 I AL BoxesBALTIMORE which will be played in tourney Gaines- league pilots who have won Ms

\I( Associated Press Sports Writer Forerunner Purse at Keene- ville next week. "manager of the year" honors

r, :major Eastern and land. IICAGO i in both the majors and minors.

Western preps for the 90th running Reginald N. Webster's rangy brhbl alt r"bI .

of..the Kentucky Derby two stretch runner, Traffic is the Aparicte Brandt cf ss 412 4 1 2 OHterger 0 Buford 2b cf 4020 4010 State Tennis Results _

weeks, hence headline Satur probable Wood choice. He narrowly -I Powell If 4 1 1 1 F. Rob'son rt 4 0 01 -'r
Slebern Ib 2 0 01 Nicholson If 4000
day's horse racing card with } missed winning the one I I Orslno c 4112 Hansen ss 4121 5
the Wood.Memorial mile of the Gotham Kirkland rf 101 0 Smith 3b 4110 ; 5
$75DOO-added two weeks -
B.Rob'son 3b 101 0
Cun'ham Ib 3000 Bays Singles ResultsNo. Edgewater, <-2, 6-1; Adams Key West &2.2; Bryant d. Johnson 24. N..
scheduled. for ,Aqueduct in ago being nipped by Mr. Moon Adair 2b 101 0 McNertney c 2 01 1 Division 7.5. I
McNally p 3 0 0 0 bWels ::1 Kohle Fletcher, '.5. 4-3 Pow --3.7.- _. _
New York and the $50000-added light in. the final stride. Haddix p 100 Martin e 0000 1000 Academy First Round d. Holmes. Florida Air ell. Coral Gables, d. Barnes. 6-4 7-5; No. 3 Division tt
Curley 44 4- Kitchen. Fort Lauderdale d. Crls- Barrow d. Acevedo. 75. 4.6. 4-3;
,California Derby for Golden Miller p 000 o Herbert p 2000 2; Second Round Harris. Forest Hill, well Palmetto. 7.5, 4-4 4-3 Barres. Blemel d. Burton 6-3 6-2 Harper d.
Mr. Moonlight already has departed Mossl p 0000 d. Beeland, Clearwater, 7-,, 61. 4-1} Seabreeze, won by default from Thompson McCurchy. 1-6 617 Hagan d. Fuller 5 -- 5 = -- -
Gate Eteldsla. alifornia. aMInoso ...
Prevost. ,
1110 McArthur. d. .Veno Fletcher Clearwater Lalte GHS d. Hass- 4-1. I _
for Kentucky where he Totals Firs: 000 34. 44.3; Monad, Coral' Gables, ell. Lake Wales; 63. 4-1; Friberg. Sea- No. 4 Division I _f )
SC 111 333S3 d. Thebaut Lee 60. t-4; Schlosser, Motlse d. Pitcock. 4-3. M; Adamsd.
crest d. Rowell St. Pete 63. 61.No. -
Each: ill. O'tU1'atlmUes, is expected to have his final -Singled for Moss In .tlU b-Ra" for Miami Beach, d. Holmes; 6-3. 6-3; Gil- 5 Division Powell. 7.5, 4-2; Barres d. Kutch-
cue eighth! .ofa mile shorter prep in the Derby Trial April McNertney_ In Ith. bart, St. Pete, d. Handen Lakeland 4- Boyce. Seacrest d. Hoge. Rlvervlew. era, 4-6, 0-7. 6-3; Friberg d. Lalte, 6-4 .
Baltimore ................ 000 MI 1. 4-3; Pilsbury Seabreeze d. Bud 4-1. 6-4; Simon McArthur d. C a m p- .
than the Derby at' Churchill 28. Traffic's opposition is due to Chkape .................. 12D too 000-4 aia-a Brown, GHS. 4-1, 44; Neely Tampa bell Palmetto. 6-3, 7-5 Spellman, Clear I No. S DIVISION
Plant, d. Herndon. Lake Wales 4-1, 4-2. water, d. Sellers, Edgewater; Brig- Simon d. Spellman, 7.5. 6-1; Beyce .
Downs May 2.. be provided by Mr. Brick E-Buford, Aparklo =
PO-A-ealtUnore Na. 2 Division ham Key West d. Cooper. St. Pete. d. Brigham 62. 6-4; Crowley d. Haile
CIIlcaoo 27-111. DPSmlthBuford Rubenstein, Seabreeze d. Tornado 7-5 0-6, 6-4 Gardner d. Rogers 6-1. t6
Eight and possibly 10 3-year- Quadrangle Roman Brother, and Cunningham 62. 3-6 6Boyce d. Thames, Fletcher ;
Siebe" Robinson Adair and Curley. 4-4 6-11 Murphy Pompano, d. 6-0. 4-0; Haile.. GHS d. Zellner 7-5.
olds are expected to contest the Chieftain, Knightly Manner 2B-Brancft.2. LOB-Blltlmor 6- Chleaoe S. CrowelL Norland. 4-1. 6-11 Steele MIami Lakeland. 6-3 4-2 Crowley, S e abreeze, Boys Doubles
Hensen. 38-Sm1th. HR Beach, d. Watson Lee, 4-2, Na. 1 Division
; d. Waters Norland 6-1. 6-3 Rogers.
40th running the Wood, from Whit's Pride and Twice As Hansen Orsino-- SB-Aparlclo. SF-Mc. Maggiore. d. Grayson Brown, Coral Gables d. Edwards, Landon, 6- Cooper Poling Winter Park d.
f Nertney. Slebern. GHS, 4-3 4-2; Polling, Winter Park, d. Henderson-Penniman Lake Wales, 6-3-
which-13 winners have en Gay. Ouzo and Timbeau also 3. 6-1; Gardner Fort Lauderdale, d.
gone lit 14xMcNafy 3 ER B8 SO Kaltenbnm, Fletcher. 6-1. 4-2: H a r- SIghtler, Lake Wales, 4-4, 64. 6-3 Spekher-Shlpley, Seacrest, d. The- to become Derby favorites with are possibilities. Only Twice As yHaddix W.. .1-4... .", 7 3 0 2 wood St. Pete. d. Blevins Lake Wales baut-Watson, Lee 62. 44; Schlosser.
.i 2 0 0 0 i 6-1. 4-2 Knight. Plant d. McMullen. Weisser Miami Beach, d. Hanks
six of them capturing: the turf Gay is not eligible for the Der. Miller ....._...; 1 o 0 0 0 Clearwater, ...0. 4-3; Buhnman, bye. QuarterfinalsNo. Lebos, Miami Norland 1-6 63. 4-4 ,
Herbert ... I
L. 0-1 413 a 4 1 2 Na. 3 Division Division Gilbart-Harwood St. Pete d. Keigh-
classic by.After Mossl Fisher l '". .........-. 123 1 0 0 0 3 Hamilton Coral Gables, d. Seifert., Monan d. Schlosser a 4-4 6-2; GIlbert ley0*Bratka, Curley 62. 6-21 Mo- ..
1 0 0 0 0 1 Curtsy 64 44 Cornelius Sea Gables d. Bee-
Field of 10 riding Hill Rise against ; breeze. d. Cooper. 4-2. 6-4 Neely d. Pils nan-Hamilton. Coral
x-Faced 2 men In 8tn; y-faced 1 d. Ferguson. St. Pete. 6-1. 4-3;_ Lebos bury. 64, *4, 9-7 Harris d. Prevosf land-Goodgame. Clearwater, 64, 6-1.
The 49th California Derby, three lightly regarded rivalsin man In 9th. Norland, d. Howard, Lee 4-1. 6-0; Na. 2 Division
I HBP By McNally (Cunningham). URunge. Speight Plant d. KIng. Clearwater, 6-0. 64.6.2.Na 2 Divisioa Murphy-Gross Pompano Beach, d.
drew a field of 10 topped by the Forerunner Willie Shoe- ,f.26. Smgh.: Ktanamon, Honochlck. T- 4-O Walley-Winter. Park, d. Searcy. Rubenstein ''d. Murphy .-,.' 4-0; Aullen-Key, Clearwater 64, 4-11
four Kentucky Derby eligibles maker departs for California BOSTON Fletcher 4-C 6-0; Fuller McArthur, d. Magglore d. Steele. 763, 6-3; PolIng Cornelius Schroeder. Seabreeze, d.HansenFouts .
i NEW YORK Merchant Lake Wales 6-0 t-ti Green-, d. Harwood 6-1, 4-4 Buckman d. GHS 4-1, 6-2 SteelaVollweller -
-Nearco Blue Wil Rad, Count: where he'll handle the reins of I Schilling 2b a. r" alt r II III WOOd. Pompano", d. Hansen CHS 4-2,! Knight 6-1, 6-0. Miami Beach. d. Searcy.
4 0' 0 Llnz ss i i o ..2. No. 3 DivHioi Searcy Fletcher. 6-3 6-3 Fuller- Ona-
Charles and Real Good DeaL Wil Rad in the California Der- Vast-ski Bressoud ss 5 131 RtoKTson 2b 4 01 1 No. 4 DhrislMVoHwetler Hamilton d. Cornelius. -. 4-0; Le yto, McArthur, d. Walley Green
is not If SeoOM.rlsrt size Miami Beach, d. Sear bos d. Speight '.s.. 6-2 Fuller d. Winter Park 64. 4-2.
The Wood however It'll take
by. a top performanceby I Matzone 3& 41 21 Mantle
cf Soil cy Fletcher, 6-0, 4-2; O'Bratka, Cur. Walley 24. 6-2, 0-4; Weisser d. Greenwood Girls Doubles
likely to produce a Derby favorite any of the Kentucky Derby I Stuart Ib S1 0 Tresh If 5010 ley, d. Gallop Lee.; .Cmay- 4-3 .... Na. 1 p trli to*
Clinton rt 5021 Pepiton Ib 3 111 lo. MeArtnur, d. Grwn. Winter Park,, Na. 4 DMiiMVollwelter Speicher Barrow. Seacrest d. Stak-
this time since the two eligibles in the Golden Gate fea- : Confellaro cf 5 1 1 0 Howard c 5020 4-2. 44; Sexton. .Plant; d. Graber. d. O'Bratka 7-6 4-0 ely-Fuller! GHS 4-0, 6-0; SuIlh>an-B -
I Tillman c 5041 Boyer 3b 5120 Lakeland, 4-3 4-T; Danner." Pompano Cmayto d. Sexton. 6-2 6-4; Schroeder ler St. Pete. d. Plumb-znahy. L.k.W.1es e
outstanding choices-Hill Rise ture to earn a trip to Louisville aMelias 0100 Ford PI' 0 0 d. Foots,, GHS 6-1. 4-1; Schroeder Sea- d. Dawter 62.3. ;. Langstroth d. 6-0. "3; Koutras-Shuert, Miami 5
and Northern Dancer-already I since they all showed earlier in Nixon co. 0 1 cBlancnard 1000 breeze d. Goodgame., Clearwater. 44 Penniman 4-1. 6-1. Nortand. d. Beerman-Pinkley, Lakeland 1 :
Monb'qt P2000 ,
I 6-2; Penniman Lake Wales d. Na. 5 Division 4-1. 6-2.
are in Kentucky with Hill Rise the season they were unable to bWilliams Radatz p 1000 Nelson St. Pete. 4-2, 4-2; Langstroth, Menke d. Greene. 6-2 64)) Lucas d. No. 2 Divhio
1000 Coral Gables bye. Collins. 4-4, 43. 4-2; Lesko d. Hutson Johnson-Fuller McArthur won by
scheduled for a seven-furlong handle Hill Rise. Hefmer 0000
p No. S Division 6-1. 6-3 Welder d. Gross 6-2. 4-X default from Harris-Thompson Clear
Teals 44 411 iroUls 41 2112aRan Menke Coral Ga lescL Sherman ADO GIRLS RESULTS water Lee-Powell Coral Gables d.
for TUlman In 11th b-Ground. St Pete. 44. 4-3; Greene. Plant d. Quarter-finals Schunck-Oberlin. Edgewater .-.. 6-3
Softball ed out for Radatz In 11th; c-Struck out Detorwy. GHS "1. 6-31 Lucas,' McAr Na. 1 Division Lee-Criswetl Miami Palmetto d. Grant __ = '
: Season Starts for Ford hi 11th. < thur d. Updike Lake Wales 7-5, 4-3; Johnson d. Hancock.. 2-4. 4-2, "3; ; Han.
50*'*" .................121 toO toO W4 Collins CurleY. won by default from, Speichler d. Cook, 4-4. 6-4; Koutras d. per-EdwardsHLanndcn.-4 Barnes.
I New York ...............OM pop tlt aaaE Beaver Winter Park Hutson Nor. Nelson.. S-4, 4-1; Overton d. Sullivan, Sarasota Rlverview 5-7, M 7-5;
land d. Battle, Fletcher 6-0. 44; Les- 64 -. Bragg-Harper SeabreeZe., d. Hendon-
-Schilling. Stuart. PO-A Boston 3> ko. Seabreeze d. Brooke Lee. 4-2. 4-2 Ne 2 Division Hassel .Lake Wales. "1. -! F
Tonight in Church LoopThe 9, New York 33.1!. DP Malzoni and Gross. Pompano d. Erdenb. r g e r. Shuert d. Schunck 6-0. Ml Bitter (Some first round dOUblet matches
I Stuart; Boyer and Richardson; Llnz and Clearwafer, ..1. ,44 Welder, Miami I ibaon 4-3. 617 Clenin d. Bragg.. were to be played ,Friday mornlngUOM
Pepltone. LOB ,
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26 -Malone. Bressowd. I
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1964 Softball season gets The Business League win playon TUlman. S-Ford.IP .. 1 OMsiM I
with Church H R CRIB: SO First. Round Marquarrft Clearwater AUNfTED STATE
under way tonight Monday Thursday and Sat- Monbouquett ...,1-.3' 2 ,2 3 .1 d. Beerman Lakeland, 4-3 04.. SUNSHINE
League games slated at City Radatz W, 1-0 .....3 2-3 4 1 0 1 4 -.2; ,Stakehr GHS, d. Gteeson, Ft. Lauderdale _
urday and the City League on Heffner' 1. I 0 0 2 4-4. 4-C 4-4; Second Round DICKINSON SPEAKS TO
Park. and with Ford U 0-1 ......11 13 4 4 2 5 Hancock Fort Lauderdale d. Cuck.
Tuesday Thursday
WP-Ford. UAhurley. Flaherty, Carrt- worm Miami Palmetto. 400* John.
pan Hall r. T-3.OS. AJ,70. d. Plumb. Lake Wales
on Saturday. son McArtftor
At 6:30
Six games are on tap. Night Game 63. 4-0; COok. Coral Gables d. Curry. _
North MINNESOTA WASHINGTON -. 4-1; Speichler. Sea- a2a1 otlrlirtt
First Baptist will meet Edgewater .
Is abrfcbl abrkM crest. d. Marquardt 6-0. 4-J; Nelson. "YOU THE PEOPLE"Tomorrow
Central Baptist. At 8 p.m., High- Blomgren A Rollins 3b 4210 Cottier 2b 4000 Seabreeze, d. Stakely. 4-0. 44; Koutras.Norland L
Power Ib 4010 Brinkman ss 4101 d. Scott Sarasota Rlvervlew
lands Presbyterian faces }{an- RBI LeaderBIRMINGHA.I. Oltva rt 5132 Hinton If ...3010 63.. 4-4; Sullivan St. Pete d. Bray. __ -:
At 9:30TXHL Allison cf 2110 Skowron Ib 4000 Landon 4-0 4-11 Overton. Seabreeze d.Verdust .
apaha Presbyterian. Klllebrcw If H 0 0 Hunt cf .....4 111 Key West. 4-0. *!.
Latter Day Saints take on Battey c 3100 Lock rf. 41.11, N>w 2 DlTliiaaHitchcock. Night
Ala. AP) Verulles u 10 2 3 Retzer c 3010, Palmetto d. Pknkley. L
Grace Presbyterian. These Bill Florida leads Allen zb 4000 Kennedy 3b 3. 2 0 Lakeland, .-2. 5-13 Shuert NorYM.d. ,
for No. 1 field. Blomgrenof" Kut f 4010 Bouldin p 2000 Breach Landon ..!, M; Schunck
games are set the Southeastern Conference in Roebuck p loss, Edgewater, d. TUojhman Key West. 6:30. p.m.
aZlmmer1 ..a. 4-2; Gtoson Coral Gables; d. Z3Jahy. -
The Church League will play runs-batted-in, SEC baseball statistics Hannan p 0111 I. Lake Wales. 6-S..1; BBIer St.Pet. WFGA- Channel 12 L _
Totals $I" 11 Tatalsa TV
.. d. Httchcock 4-1. 4-1; Bragg
the other three games on No., 2 showed today. He is credited -FUed out for Roebuck hi ttn. Seabrecz, d. Firtler GHS, 4-4, 44; def n ..

field. At 6:30 Southside Baptist with lLBlomgren. Mi.aossia ..........._...m MI ilt..4 wkw Fort Lauderdale. d. Stephens. Ely ht ; -
Bachus and Wasblagter ...............Qio OOP oor-a erview, 4-1 44 Bryant Fletcher d ,4 t
against Calvary Methodistat Jim Mclntoch, ran'Olvislo 'wao .uo
8 pan.. First Methodist plays Otis Bibb of Auburn top the runs Washington e Roe ucIt.27-U.PO-A LOB Minnesota- Minnesota 27-f.4. Lee .Pakneno... d. Herndon Lake a
with 9 each. Washington 4VenaIIIe Wales, 4VO. ..; Barrow. Seacrest d. true oIdstyIeKentucky
and at 9:30
Methodist category enjoy
Wesley: Rollins, oitva. Versanes. SB- Harris. Clearwater. 4-3 4-2; Acevcdo. D1CK1NOll
Parkview Baptist meets First Mississippi centerfielder Glenn *,. oilva. HR Lock. Hunt. SB Key West. d. Granger. Landon. 44. 4-
Allison. 3l Burton. Rnrenrlew d. Starke. Edge-
Presbyterian. Lusk is king of the SEC batters.He IP H R ER B0 SO water ... 4-4 BterneU Fletcher d.
collected 9 hits in 17 tries KMt W. 14 .._ 9 4 2 2 1 7 Lee.. Coral Gables. 4-3 44; Hagan, CANDIDATE tcw oovewNae Bourbon
The Church League will playon Bouldin L, 0-1 .7 t 5 5 2 3 Norland, d. Logan. Lakeland ..1, 6-0. .
boosted his batting Roebuck .... .._ 1 N*. 4 OMtt
with the exc?> last week and I 1 1 1 1 .
night HaMan ...1 0 0 0 1 1 Barnes. Rtvervtew won ,. default :
tion oJLone. Monday;program on average in 6 league gamesto HBP -. RouWla ,IRolHnU., WP- from Maxwell'London Motis --- LJalwa s.s !!..thrJj eca tse..It's slow-dlsUUed..1.:
Roebuck. U-Or wn nond. DiMoro. Papa- Merteo McArthur d. Wright Lakeland
June 1t4 -: :,- .462. nun, Umont. T-fcll A-.U60. W +3t Pttcadc NorUod,, d. OberOn,, I It


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Winning three classes
-:: MAX B. SKELTON decided to return to Hous- foot birdie putt on the final

: HOUSTON (AP) .- Bob Ros- h two because a pinched nerve !green.
2 burg said two years ago he nev- bout the kept me out of too many Jack Nicklaus, a 3-1 favorite,
_- er would play in Houston again me this year" said took a 76 while playing the first the Mobil Economy Run is
.but he started the second round c>ota, a 1959 PGA champion. He is 18 without benefit of a practice :n easytransmission.
!of the $50,000 Houston Golf Classic ; his first tournament round.
: today with a one-stroke i since the 1961 Grouped at 69 were Lionel
: .Jimmy Crosby National. Hebert, Rex Baxter Jr., Doug if have a great
lead.After : you .
:: posting a four-under-par nerve is in the neck but Ford Ken Venturi and Don
;67 first round Rosburg with a intense pain in my Bob Charles, defending champion
sheepish grin said be was a bit arm. I'm having it treat- from New Zealand had a

: mad' at Houston two years ago To and just hope things go par 71.
when the crowd applauded after "
the next few days he
: he missed a short putt and then MILES PER GALLO MILES PER GALLON
;booed as he walked off the 18th In CLASS C* GALLO CLASS G*
37, also sprained his
green."It had gotten into the news- ankle last Monday when ick S pear'al V-6.............lS.t9 0 IckU Sabre...............tu

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"- In Aquatics Tampa Street Milton 62661"I Buick has a great transmission.

PITTSBURGH (AP) -One.lahassee. I. :
record was in the books after
An automobile trtnsmlssloo! we grant conTcrter type to help you safely pass cars daD cars. The distance was 3,243 mites
only two events and there was you,isn't the most soul-stirring subject on and trucks. as well as gas stations.You'll about what most families log In four
promise of more to come as the earth. Nothing to look at cither. hear a lot about it in the next couple months.All three Buicks used regular gas.
senior National AAU swimmingand 1964f But if you'd like for your next new or to of years as this modern kind of transmission So the Economy Run is not just t cross
diving championships en- f give you a better break on performince is adopted by more and more car country tour for the Mobil people and t
few buffs. It's reliable of car'spower
builders. car a test a
and something happened
gasoline mileage
tered their second day today.
last week to be your guide. What about engines team and what it's able to squeeze
The record belongs to Sharon out of its fuel.
The Los Angeles to New York Mobfl Of course, an efficient transmission gets
T the Clara We don't expect everybody to rush outthis
Finneran of Santa ,
for efficient when teamed with
Economy Run prayed one thing sure more up a weekend Buick
Calif., Swim Club. She swam There quite a difference in the trans lean, agile engine. The winning Buick because to buy few a new just.
we won a economy uophtesmuuona
-the 1,650-yard freestyle in the of new cars. power plants were our new V-6 and V-g.
There other for
are so many good reasons
The 300 cubic inch V-8 in the winning
t University of Pittsburgh's 25- Three out of four for BuIck Buick Special (the lowest priced of all leaning to Buick that economy usually
-yard pool Thursday in 18:31.7: MODEL Rle2A The longtime champion In the transmission Buicks)and the Buick LeSabre(the lowest gets.second An unusually billing. There'srids Extraordinary naturally.
for an American and championship league-Buick-walked off with the priced big Buick)is like a conditioned engineering i and workmanship. And
hta. All muscle no fat. Weighs in at
: 1964 economy pennant. No other single Small wonder
short-course record. V-S's young performance.
ROOM far less than other of similar punch.Ttr'f
make of car won as many events as Buick. sales jut
Z This was the first year the Four entries three winners. IuookncryotherVSintheEconomyRun.Bwck are running at 113'% ova
CONDITIONERBedroom year.
Z event has been the wom- AIR The winning Special carried the new Super Your type of (Wring:-:regular gas But it's nice to get economy as a plus la a ,
en's indoor championships. Turbine automatic transmission the The Run through dries and Buick. the dollars saved
; : Quiet.. Lightweight .. Instant Installation! 300 : was towns Beyond on gasoline
Miss Finneran's mark easily LeSabre was equipped with the Super across super highways in traffic, out of ,there's a certain pride in knowing you
Turbine-400 both optional at extra cost). traffic. This was not race track driving or have a car that's built to get the most out
best cool !The 1963 Thinette with built-in side-
eclipsed the previous ap- o e.Florida. Sleep tonight new They re the latest in a long line of Buick proving ground driving. This was your of every tank of gasoline.
pifed-for time of 18:42.3 set by closure panels installs instantly in standard double-sash win- transausslonswd1lcnownforthm.mooth.. kind o? driving-even though you can't
her last Feb. 28. dows. Works on any adequate 115-volt circuit; draws only eesundabset1Ceof"hiftfffi..The Super expect to get as good mileage as these Wouldn't You Really Rather
.: you trolling a 7$4 amperes-less current than a.toaster Turbine is a refined and improved torque expert drivers ia their finely tuned produc Hart a Buick

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Ariz., won the one-meter diving easyto handleS
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Fleet-Footed Vada Pinson j Warriors I 1- II

Race Past Your- Merc dealer r- j I JimmyMoore's

Solves Problem With Hits Hawk FiveSAN invites you to i t i


are not going to stop and play'' I

By MIKE RATHET' has stepped off to an unusually. vided enough firepower for the Deron Johnson's sacrifice fly possession basketball," said, comp ureI

IssociatedPressSports WriterCincin quick. April start without layingone : Reds to hand the world champion -accouting for the run battedin. ..vr Coach Alex Hannum as his San,

:, afl's:fleet:Cooed 'Vada down. Instead, he's been I, Los Angeles Dodgers their VN Francisco Warriors trailed 77-69.i I j

Pinsbn-;"h wound up) in "courtlast laying them up the middle for second loss in three games, 5-2. ,m= afa. Mercury'ssmallbore l
for That was more than enoughfor And so the rags-to-riches National
year failing to speed, base hits.Pinson ; ,
have solved his 9S5 Hits Jim O'Toole and Joe Nux-
may Basketball
problem. lashed three singles Association I
Criticized-last for with Pinson, who has been a Na hall, who checked the Dodgerson ClThit.
year not Thursday night and along : team didn't it swept to 14'' ,
his tional League batting title eight hits. O'Toole retired I
capitalizing con
speed by rookie Chico Ruiz, who collected straight points on aggressivedefense
bunting.:Tor "base nits, Pinson single, double and triple, pro- tender since he became a Cincinnati the first 14 batters he faced, and racehorse offense short-stroke :
regular in 1959, has finally needed Nuxhall's relief
-=_ I .. I ..LL CURT SIMMONS smothered St. Louis 105-95 and
amassed 985 hits over that help in the ninth. The loser was ;
X "JI\ stretch-more than Stan Musial Bob Miller. ., three-Hitter won the NBA's Western Division design with

I ; :r "NL Boxes 975; Willie Mays, 954, and Hank championship Thursday night.

Aaron, 914, in their first five)' Gators Now the Warriors must face competitors'"bigbore"I i

years. Battle the Eastern Division champion
.krbfet, abrhM MILWAUKEE HOUSTON Boston Celtics for the over-all
Javier 2b .4021 Kuenn rf :3 0 0 0 brhbi alt,II iii Yet he always has been beset NBA title in a bestofsevenseries
Groat ss :3 0.0 lCr ndalf e 4 e 0 0 Aloud 5111 Kasko ss 4122 by the bunt-more-often critics.He .
Maxvill IS 0 0-0 a 1M.Cv'U 4000 Maye If 5 1 :3 1 Fox 2b S 2 3 j that could carry the basketball 1
White 16 4000 Mays cf :3000 Aaron rf 4113 Runnels Ib 4011 was so incensed by one Jackets
James If 4000 Cepeda )b 3010 Mathews 3e 4 1 0 Weekly rf 3011 Today season into May. outboards 1I
Shannon If 000 Oiart '3b :3 0 10 Torre Ib 4020 Wynn cf 3000Batley writer last season that the two __ I
Boyer 3b 4000 DVenport 2t> :3 0 0 0 c 4000 Asp'nte 3b 3120 The 14-point burst I !
in the Reds' came
Warwick rf 3020 Pagan st :3010 Bolling 2b 4120 Beauch'p If 4110McMillan tangled dressingroom M- right
Flood cf 4000 Hendley p 20001 I SS 301 1 8atema" C 4000 and ultimately finished I ATLANTA Florida's after a 21-6 St. Louis rally that
McCarver c :31 1 0.Peterson 1000 bOliver 1110 Owens pl. 0 0 up Gators I gren has scored nine runs and j
Simmons p 21 00 Herbal 'pSI >> '. 000 Menke ss: 11 1 aVVhite 1000. in a no-decision court battle return to Southeastern Confer- seemingly had turned the seventh
Totals 2 $ mtals 1* 030: I Lemaster pl. 0 0 Raymond p 0000 ; I batted in 11 to lead those di and final I I
a Lined out for Hftndley. In tin. Tief'n'ver p 1 0 0 0 cLliiis 0000 with the matter dropped. 'I ence baseball play today in a visions. game of the' "Bore." in engine talk, means I
U. LtuisSaa ..... 000 Farrrll p 0000dSpangler series into a Hawks' picnic.QIT'S the diameter of the
Ml 000-2 (two game series with Georgia I cylinders
..,..... 1000 !
Francisco Whether to bunt
0011100-0 or not still is II in which the
Totals 15 6121 Totals 33 5 10 4 Tech. The second game will be,1 .1.1i pistons slide to
E-Hendley. Hart. Po-A-St. Louis 27- _Struck out for Owens in 4th: b-Singled up I to Pinson, but he may be I and fro. "Stroke" is the distance !
1$. San Francisco 27-IS. DP-Groat. Ja for AAcMillian in 7th; calked for played here tomorrow. i
vier and White. LOB St. Louis 5, San Raymond in 7th d-Popped out for Far able to solve some of his problems BETTER through which the pistons I
Francisco 3. cell in 9th.Milwaukee. :i The Gators, sporting a 6-1 record i move within the cylinders. Pis
2BWarwick ............... 004 KM 111-4 ) with a solid start. He's 4- i I
2. Javter.- Simmons. in the Eastern ton
If Groat. V HoustM __... .. 2N 2M Ml-5E Division,!i TO BE SAFE displacement or enginasize.
IP IH R Eit II so -May*. PO-Milwaukee 276. Houston for-8 now, quite an improve need to win both games to protect I ,is a product of bore,stroke I'
Simmons W. 1- ..., 3. 0 1 3 2711. DP-Lemaster, Bolling and ment over last when he and the number of cylinders. STARK
Hendley L. 0-1 ....1 1 2 1 1 :3 Torre; Kasko and Runnels. LOB-Milwaukee season their lead. Both Kentuckyand I i THAN SORRY I
Herbal ...' ,.1 1. 0 0 0 S. Houston 7. managed only 10 hits in 60 April, Auburn can move into a tie l Most high.horsepower outboards I
2B Katko Torre. Alou.3B
O-Landes Stemer Barlick DonatelU. 2. Beauchamp. "
T-2:07. A-M7J. -Boiling, Fe*. HR-Aaron. SB-Menke. at-bats and still finished with a or ahead of the UF if Florida i Your Car A :I use a few big.bore,long. i
Lemaster 2. Kasko Aspromonte. SF- stroke cylinders. Mercury uses "
Night Cam WeeMy. .313 average. should stumble against the Engineers Physical Examination j small-bore, short-stroke cylin 1 Florida
Three Hitter .
107 ders-and more of them. Thus
abrhM abrbbi xLemaster W. 4 3 3 I I
Rose 2b 5001 Writs ss 4021Ruil Tlefenauer ...... 2 1. 1 0 1 While Pinson was collecting !! I INSURANCE i iI the Merc 850 and Merc 1000 I
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30 i 33 Q GIHiam 2b 4000Pinson Owens .4 5. 4 0 S Coach Dave Fuller plans to FAULK
cf 413 2 W.Davis cf 4010 Raymond L. 0-1 3 5 1 1 0 .3 three hits, St. Louis' Curt Sim AGENCY outboards each have six cylinders -
Robinson rf S. 2 0 T.Davis If 4011 Farrell .. ... 2 2 1 1 1 2 start ace Danny Eggart to d a y. while other makes of I PHONE:
Coleman 1b 3010 Howard rf 0 0tlJohnS'n x-Faced 1 man, in Ith. mons allowed only three to the and likely will use either Jim I 2109 N.W. 13th St. Phone FR 2-2901 j i equal piston displacement have :'
WP-Lemaster Tiefenauer. U Craw
Ib 1001 Fairly Ib 4010Skinner --
hard-hitting San Francisco Giants t
If 4100 Werhas 3b 4000 ford. Varga, Ferman JackowskU T- Biggart or Charlie Anderson I only four. :
Edwards e 4120 Roseboro c 4120 2:34. A-24,497. starting off his 17th season ;. 964-9791
I Because Mercs have but
Cardenas ss 4021 Miller Pl' 0 0 tomorrow. I more
O'Toole p 3000 Brewer p 0000 with a 2-0) shutout. In the only ; AUTO FINANCE smaller cylinders, the pistonscan
Nuxhall p 0000 Miller Roseboro"p c 1000 4 1 2 0 Gator Nine other game scheduled: Milwau- Tech, winless in SEC Play,! 'r I be much lighter. Because
Brewer p 0000 kee edged Houston &-5 with gave Florida a rugged battle in i I DIVISION OF : they are lighter it is far easier '
aWalls 1110Wlllhiia I ..,a- GENERAL FINANCE CORP. ; to stop and start the pistons at
p 0000cAAcMullcn Rank.ed No.8Florida's Hank Aaron and Felipe Mon a game at Gainesville recently.I! Can Refinance each end of their travel within I
Perr'oskl p 0000 1000 playing key roles. The Gators had to push over' ;j Your Present Cor and/or i the cylinders.This results in far i Discount
Tttali II S 13 I Totals 3520 1a The Reds' Ruiz-Pinson two runs in the bottom of the Advance i less wear and tear throughout '
Singled for Brewer In tfh; b-Hit baseball Gators are combine Additional Cosh
sacrifice fly for Coleman la 7th c- ninth for a 2-1 victory. I the engine.
too much for the On Our
Grounded out for Wtlltilte in 7th. ranked No. 8 in the nation in was I Special Low Rates I
Cincinnati ..._........ ., Ml Dodgers. Ruiz doubled in the and Cut Your Paymentsby i Mercury's small bore means '
Las Angeles ............'... tot 101 110115-1 000ENone. -J the latest poll compiled by Collegiate Florida first baseman Tom, also that less force is exertedon
first and scored on a single by Shannon is hitting .360 in SEC'! V2 in Most Cases. : each piston by the explosion !'
PO-A Cincinnati Baseball
277. Los An- a
teles 2712. DP-Gilliam,Wills and Fairly. newspaper.Santa Pinson, then tripled in the fifth play to rank 9th in the confer.ui $650 up to $5,000 !: of fuel and air within the cyim. : p rices
LOB-Cincinnati !. Los Angeles' a. Clara leads with 323 and rode home Just Call Us At 376-2511 der. Big-bore fours are subjected .
28-Ruiz. Roseboro 2. Edwards. 38 on another ence.Eggart, 2-0) and with a 1.00 i
Ruiz. SB-Wills, W. Davis. SF-Johnson. gle by Pinson. In the fifth Ruizand I ,, or Stop In Our Office to explosion forces 37% I IMercury
IP H R ER BB SO points to 292 for runnerup Wake ERA, is one of the top four ft2 ___6': i greater than those in six-cylinder ,
Nuxhall OToota W. 1-0.......1.. I 022 000 0 0 4 2 Forest. Other teams in the top Pir son both singled with pitchers. Outfielder Bill Blom- At 718 N. Main St. I Mercs. And. Mercury's '

xMiller L. M .... 4 933: : 1 4 smaller forged aluminum pis.tons j 0
Brewer .... .2 0 0 |I' 1 I 10 include Western Michigan, get rid of unwanted heat j
Willhlte ........1 2 1 11 1 0 faster to insure '
275 Arizona long piston life
State U.
Perranoskt .2 2 1 ,1.xFaeed 0 ; i
3: men in 5th. and to maintain healthy conditions
HBP-By Miller (Pinson\. Harvey. 268; Southern Cal, 267; Texas, TOI-I in the combustion
Weyer.Conlan Venzon. T-2-21. A-20.430 255; Florida State, 248; Florida THIS IS THE WAY chambers. i
230; California State, 225; Besides reducing wear and tear.Mercury's i
and Missouri, 217. small-bore
cylinders j
Top PlayersIn are more efficient in squeezing I i 200 20-H.P. 1Jc

BUY AI the most work from every dropof I Reg. $429
lL"I WCAR you more I a
Tourney The New York Mets have on I miles per gallon-and more : ;
their present roster only 19, miles per dollar. Small-bore, $34950MITCHELL
players from their spring training # >'J.. : ti ..1 I short-stroke design allows Mercs
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SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP roster of 1963.Twenty names I 1. ,.... ...''' : ?' ,}.,4'if'.:, < I to be made smaller and lighter :'
"'''f!. I I's ...and still deliver more horse t
Thirty-three of the nation's best were lopped off. { _'''' ', ,,;:;;";$ ". '
H" at the than other
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women professionals competedfor ,.: ,.M _._ outboards of equal c(,.greater. Lor "..16.Ft.41111 i

the $7,500 prize money aspjay :I HELPYOUR I y".!; I We piston like compare Mercs with FishermanReg.

began in the Betsy, Rawls-\ !I other design, I $595 '
Peach Blossom Open Golf Tournament i I" T I performance, efficiency and "
economy. Your Merc dealer will '
today. I Ii I show you how to ma ke your own $49900MITCHELL .
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wDefending \
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Smith and four former Peach your money with Mercury...
CARRIER 100. 85 65 50. 35 20 98.
Blossom winners were on hand 6 and 3.9 hp outboards andMerCruiserSternOrives..110

Kr the 54-hole tournament ovethe r: Every Sun carrier I 14-Ft. Deluxe
to 310 hp gasoline; 60 and 100
par 72 Spartanburg:Country 1 salesman is "in busi- i I hp diesel.i FishermanReg.
ness for himself. He $319
Club course. The former titleholders ...-,..... '.
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favorite Betsy Rawls them at retail. The $111103/2717/7 $27995MITCHELL

Buth Jessen and Mary Lenu 1! difference is his profit. drive Chrysler's J I -

Fault- I His full weekly' profit "/1 ,raelte loot

=Also entered was Mickey I depends upon the FOR 15 DAYS OR 500 i I 13-Ft.

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t DEAR ABBY: The woman who was "DISGUSTE D'be'- her daughter-in-law naming her three sons, TOM, DICK and 't5oDDESS EETEESiXHAUSin4GPOSWGFCRTHE CF LOVE"-) SO DRWKTHE E$!! TREECK WAS ONE BUT DORTV EES ONLY

I DEAR ABBY: The woman who was "DISGUSTED" be- HARRY I wonder what she would have thought of the woman EET wE>STRENGTHEN>'I YOU! 1c WAY I CAM FEENISHEEJ4T1ME. JOB

t :=_ cause her son and his wife named their, little boy "HARRY" !n our town who named her three daughters, FAITH, .'.'
I, ....... after having named their first two boys "TOM" and "DICK" HOPE and CHARITY. MOLLY IN BALTIMORE
apparently has never heard of the famous BYRD brothersof w i
Virginia. TOM was a very successful fruit farmer, and ,DEAR ABBY: Speaking of inflicting peculiar names on I 1' Lzq q
businessman who looked after his family's interests. "DICK" helpless infants, my cousin in Birmingham named her daugh i
I -, was none other htan the famous explorer. ADMIRAL BIRDof ters, DAISY, PETUNIA, GLADIOLA and ZINNIA. The next
South Pole fame. and "HARRY" has been a United States time she expected a baby, she was all set to add another

: Senator for many years. PROUD VIRGINIAN flower to her garden of girls, but the baby was a boy. It <
didn't stop her. She went ahead and named him IRIS. How /
DEAR ABBY: What's wrong with naming three sons TOM do you like that? WILLIE MAE IN MONTGOMERYDEAR +

DICK and HARRY? I named our first son Dick. The second WILLIE: The boy was lucky she didn't name him ., : -
boy I named after his father, whose name was Harry. Theng PANSY. ... I 4-17
everyone kept asking me, "Where's Tom?" So, when we had .

our third son, "That settles it. There's Tom!" I can't DEAR ABBY: Twenty four years ago I married a man I BET IT AWT DRAW A WHAT TOSEEWHOSTARtS:
see where there was anything "disgraceful" about it. named Harry. He had two brothers whose names were Tom I SHORE GOT NO GOODER'N STRAW PER? TALKIN FUSTDRAW.1 -'
g'I :;' MRS. H. H., SKANEATELES, N.Y. and Dick. Tell "Disgusted" not to worry. If her son's boys = SOME GOOD GOSSIP MINELOWEEZy !
dL turn out to be half as wonderful as these three boys, she E-c I PER VE TODAY,
DEAR ABBY: If that grandma got all steamed up overI will be lucky. MR. H. J., PHILADELPHIA ELVINEY
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I 9:00 O SnpercarO he's arrested by the Department -

Tww. Alvin of Justice. 00c d't
9:30 Q CD (Color) Ruff and O Joey Bishop lI
Reddy 9:00 Q CD Movie j

II I\ O Tennessee Tuxedo (Color) Saturday Night at

10:00 O CD Hector Heathcote the Movies: "The Girl in :;;:;)
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1:00 O Best of Groucho O At Issue OS Sergeant Preston wife, Evelyn Nesbit This SPACE COUPE* ALL RIGHT HERE. HAVE STOLEN THE ARMY.
O Adventures in O O Bob Hope O Sky King 1955 film dramatizes the THREE MISSING. SPACE COUPE. THIS JsTFIE
Paradise 12:30 O CD Bullwinkle events concerning the G1 MYSTERY
TV Guide Awards. I
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5:25 O Moments in Sports 9:00 Q The Man: G Do you Know trial. S AGE.AREN'T >
5:30 Q Newscope Shakespeare 1:00 Q Talk O CBS News 10:00 O Gunsmoke
5:53 D Local News 9:30 O Twilight Zone-Drama
6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. O CD That Was the CD Championship 11:00 O Detectives

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O Junior High Science to Pan America Day. O Film Feature empire-
Today (Live) 1:45 O Baseball builder is aided by his

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O Death Valley Days D News 4:15 i O Real Estate Review Moorehead, Cecil Kella- SEE HER FATHERTHflTSHECOULDNT- RIGHTNOWDINNERSfIL1VI05TREADY.r
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7:15 0 Friendly Giant 1. "Come to the Stable." 5:00 CD Wilburn Brothers 1. "711 Ocean, Drive." After G ,

7:30 O International During the attempt to obtain O Maverick making a deal uniting a E R

.. Showtime funds for the estab-- 5:30 CD Porter Wagoner two bookie organizations,
"Bavarian Big Top," lishment of a children's Q NBC Sports Special the head of the Californiaring 0s '

taped in Munich, features hospital, two nuns encounter 6:00 O News, Sports learns the Eastern

wire-walking sisters;' dan. a composer, a Weather .. bosses are double-cross. ,
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Italian clown family; and ranch with his friend CD Littlest Hobo m 0" e powerfulthan I pr- -1 t t-tEJ Avt: IN FLORICA FSISA3WT
Czech bicycle-riding acSteve Connolly. 6:45 Q News radium. VVFIEREs FJNOUGH AND UVES THERE Ti ENEt
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"Escape." It is 1864, and SATURDAY O Circus Boy The public doesn't know
among the 1100 Union 7:00 D Count Of Monte Cristo I 7:30 Q Lieutenant all about Eve Harrington I -

I prisoners jammed into the O Sunrise Semester O Jackie Gleason but the theater peoplewho : o v 0
Confederacy's Libby Pris 7:30 O Sunday School Forum 8:00 CD Outer Limits helped her becomea N

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; who plans to escape by 8:00 O Across The Fence "May Day! May Day!" watch cynically as she z 1
'i tunneling under the comD Captain Kangaroo An admiral who disagrees accepts Broadway's hIghwith -
pound's unscalable walls. CD Ramar of the Jungle U.S. foreign policy in est award. Bette Davis:8 3

Q Destry 8:30 O Robin Hood his area of command is Ann Baxter, George Sanders : s3 Talc i

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WASHINGTON Congressman station owners, government officials ment." terest-free, as be was,taking our'
Steven B. Derounian, a and employees, judges, We first met the good Con daughters to a movie and didn'jhave t

Republican from New York, members of Congress, lobby- gressman In December 1959, enough money. Mr. Lind :s
has just introduced a bill in ists and their families.Mr. in Paris at the Hotel George V say returned the loan the following .

Congress that could have very Derounian insists on in- where he had been flown over week.
:nteresting ramifications. Mr. cluding the press and television with his wife on a free airline On March 3, 1964, we took u.-110111010. ,"" .11 __ r--- "" .F "I.....' .,..,.. -r.1
Derounian's bill requires pubic because, he says, "these people junket. Even at that time Mr. Commissioner Mortimer Caplinof TAPE Is ALL RIC-HT.-S ABIDE KTH& I CRAB THg
disclosure of all business have the power to mould public Derounian told us how worriedhe the Internal Revenue Serv 4- AHITHE FIRST SPEAKER.' Err ALL or Y MI5SA YEEK, > BUT WHERE SHALL\ BLUE TRIBAL Prr NT! .
dealings and financial statements opinion and so individually can was about persons In posi- ice to lunch which cost $4.40 including Z i MINNIE TOOS CONE// PIE-OK 60VOUSAYi Ms510N? y
by newsmen editors, TV :manipulate the Federal govern- tions of influence accepting the tip. We had hopedto o J CALL ADVISER THE SENJCJC. t'Pj WBPIV1PE
gifts from outsiders. persuade him to forget about f ,

sonATA 1 RtD We're happy to see he has our income tax return, but Mr. l I II IUl L } ,o.

_) i AVODrREVEDETTE. nEVE finally decided to do something Caplin said it was out of his I
STEP about it hands. He was on a diet at the < 1 ff -

ACROSS ERE: TYRO time, so we handed him an
r RA
As a moulder of public opin- x _
Increase 33.Come tack W E r RON E R ion and one who is constantly extra piece of pie as a bribe, i f
4.Burro 35.Sly look 5 P A R :s r. GUS T the Federal and although he slipped the pie
7.Corrodes 37. Kara government he still refusedto > ;
into his
pocket I
TAR ARM L E T rrou
11.Dessert 38.Thorough- we are in favor of the I r .r
12. Furtive fare abbr. TAT T E R I E Derounian bill and rather than promise anything.Now W
A N I DON E L A for some payoffs., Sen. Ecen tN
14.Muffins 39. Exclamation wait for it to be passed we feel j
-., 16.Moray IDE 5 N E 5 T L E 5 we should make a full disclosureof Hugh Scott took us to lunch at
17.T,,'Itching 40.Purple N ENE G R A V ISH our financial dealings with the Senate dining room to se-
13. Undertake sandpipers 5 ETA 0 LEA T E cure our influence in helpingto
21.Myself 43.Plunder members of the government. make the American rose the RJZZIpCL01 wAVE uA +
..y 22.Hypothetical 45.OmamcnUl SOlU ON OF YttTEAfiAY'S PUZZLE We hope other newspapermen national flower. The lunch cost >c R AJ t.OCr Pull.THZEAD RDO }
force drinking DOWN follow suit so there will be no vq s
8.Slim, cola
34.Mr.ViWinkle > vessel shade of against our
1. suspicion
Toupee 9. ,
Soring Sen. Barry Goldwater sent us fN NBACJC
46.Collar or 2.Tittle ae .ftiel profession and everyone can ....
15.Mountam tie 3.Cc1us f p1Ia a book retail value $i50, concerning -
c 10.1Dd1aA say, "I don't care what they <
wh. 49.Torrid 4.Wade the things he believed
groom say about Congress at least
52.Be indebted 5.More 13.Eng.bnIl. sq
.Hindu 53.Boll the the press is clean." I in.Gov.
on predpltotiSG. finches Rockefeller sent us his
hero legendary eyelid .Appear 15.firing pla First we would like to list book, retail value $6.95, concerning -' :3
54. Prior to 7.Obsolete 19.Sesame our expenditures.We .
his philosophy.A
32. Divide
55. Emma
railway 20.Weight of gave 45.50 to Pierre paid lobbyist for the cigar
-E a vessel Salinger in a poker game on us a box of Tampa
I 2 J.1-I V1 l f I' 22.AH, ay gave
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V 23.Meadow. Jan. 6, 1964. The reason we gaveit cigars. In regard to a col- 0
1J 'I I Il" 13 : : : sweet to him is that he had a pairof umn we had written against

'f IS 26.Hair piece aces and we had a ,pair of cigarette smoking.The .
7 11 28.Exist kings.On. ,
: h Barbie Doll people gaveus
: I' I' ltl 14 29.sulfide Arsenic Jan. 14 we gave Robert Barbie and Ken dolls completely Yql WERE MJHA'ALDt iLL. 1 Z IDJOW Z WA5z4E tvHO Do Yoo i w t
Manning, Deputy Secretary of outfitted. The value of A41AT RO X7li IWUir AI50E11' a1E1f7DD210 TIME: DEAR. Trf R) ILL..bIR I aDFORb& II0 1' TIJ'* DID? COcLD tFit. hlE ya
31 Dexterity MOLT I Rnt DEA1ftMICFu10NO; LfIc
1&1:6 THE IIQDEM: w. rd FATHELd
StDnskS&M&tuy State In Charge of Public Affairs the gift was $1. 65-80. _
III 2' ID fJ' ::11 $16.85 in hopes he wouldbe That just about does It But ==
Eat bluffed out of a hand in from now on, for Mr. Deroun- rj v
IJ 'l'h Jf' 39.Crumb-* which we pretended to have a ian's sake, we're going to keep j
h 41.Gamin flush. Mr. Manning took' the records. ..
JS : cubes
Vh/IJl V 1'l".I.: J8 42. Portia money and then raised us. We Our only fear is that if the! rtl

JJ 'U 41 41 'l'f. 44. Mripl' felt this was highly unethicalfor 'bill passes, there may be some '"
:I"h 'l'l/ 47.ross a member of the State De- disgruntled editors who feel the

... fJ N 'l'/if.tfS; 0'.1.rh: of' f1 fa 48. Seine partment, but we raised him. i i Congressman is interfering with '-=

41 S' S' 50. Hebrew He raised us, so we dropped out. the freedom of the press. And
: : ,I. 15& 51.letter football The next day we wrote a piece these people can be very vin-

I- I S. SS very unfavorable to Dean Rusk. dictive. The first thing they'd
I V/, ; I stbbst: On Feb. 11, we lent five dol-' probably do is spell Mr.di BoonlaD' ;;:J
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Friday April 17,1964 Gainesville Sun

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'I- 13-H.r Male or FemaTa 34 Waterfront Property

: ; 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houe$-for Salt 35 Houses for Sale
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Printed Pattern WANTED BOOKKEEPER. BEAUTIFUL lot on the Sirwannee -
WANT-AD RATES -I River at Rock Bluff.. Call :276- NEIJBR-r2 baths. -R. DR. Flm. BY OWNER. new house 3 bedroom i
NOWIS t OFFICE MANAGER 6160. rm. kitchen, utii. rm. carport 1 bath. Utility room and carport. '
Capable and qualified to earn $400: central eir-cond. & heat fir. 2100 N.W. 55th Street. $500 down. REDUCEDUNIT
; or more or do not apply. 40 hour SHADED LOT place bookcases. patio (en- Call FR 24992.WESTW000 .
E PH. 372-8441 week. Write Box: '401.., Gaines- ON crystal clear. Lake Anne. Short closed fence lawn pump trees, J UNIT APARTMENT
villa Sun. drive to downtown Galnesvi flowers etc. Antenna no a r LITTLEWOO new available at r..
.- swim pool Walking distance to schools. 3 duced price 110.000.
Deed restricted. Owner will fi- Take moo for equIty O Completely
w for a Ii IiIassified Stenographer. 2135. 2-S yrs. expel'. nance. See this before you buy. FR 2-3oe3. BR. 2 baths home In Skyline JwroUhed INCOME PROP.
Heights. Study hardwood floors,
salary Call FR _2-1072 after SOP P.M. lust one bloc
340 experienced. S3OO. HAZEL HEIGHTS built-in range t. oven. Cent fro the Duck Pond In NE
Only :, Secretary. 25-45 $275. APPROX. 100 acres located 1' i mL heat. Shaded back yard. CIII vlfe. $170 per mth G.I.s,
= '' Secy-Bookkeeper S225-300. North of Gainesville OftI- tate See our bedroorn and 376-0862. BUYI i
V4 mile of highway 2-bath cca homes
Bookkeeper $300. road 121. Approx with
DEADLINESTUM. i Bookkeeper. $400-500. depending Oft frontage life mile of river built-in electrIc. stove and oven. HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bed.

experience. frontage on Santa Fe river Ideal Central; fJ"V' city utilities. room, 2 bath masonry Dome 10

1- thru Fri. papers-5 ".m. Day before publication Accountant $450-500. for development or investment. Wired television and tele- Cite*? Ilr corner "a *Ettl
} THE For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m Sat. Secy part.time, Stenog., pa r I- $150 per acre Write John Dykes phone. Large yards completely trees. features In
For ads to oo In Moo. paper-1 pjru Sat. Rt. 2. Citra Fla.. owner. ort call grlSs4'd.. Hazel Heights Uwe In WILL trade several homes In Palm elude family room with fireplace
= city limits. for homes in the
I time.Personnel m-1403 Ocala' Equipped witts fireplace in living room central
Center sewer lines close 10-12.000 price Visit Sales
to range.
; bus stop. heating and air conditioning wall
(Minimum ad 4 lines)
low Office Comer NW
down 39th
102 NW 2nd Ave. Call 372-6377 payment conven- to carpets, built-in oven and
35 Houses for Solo wil
tlOftll Ioan and 16th Ave. -
m for appt. $ Located on Northowest or call FR 2-9545. electric dishwasher,
FAMILY RATES I 39th Butler Bros. Builders. h.
Avewest of 13th _
w recreation
10-12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. More thru Fr. St. r UtIlity and

TIME .... ..................... :sAc line 1 2 BEDROOM. 2 bath home sep. Shown FR by Ippolntment.NW BY OWNER 4 BR.. 2 bath home dry room 0 U b I. carport.
11 .... .......... == WANTED middle age couple for advantage _! !!!! 2-3524. In N.E. With den. THIS IS A LOT OF PROPERTY
Insertions -............................................ 22c lint multiple unit Cerical aate dining room. Take to- brick screenedporch. FOR CALL US HOWlS
Insertions. .............................................. "c line general operating eLd IAn:! I of owner's having and SECTION 4 tor sale or rent I Call 372-6455 patio .te. $16.eoo. 11
aV have spacious rooms bedroom
I I C- Insertions ........................................ 14c line I tractive salary. Write Box &move wardrobes in new home area home. City 2 bath, CCB DOWN Roomy 3 bedroom
Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat. cam- Gainesville Sun. lights and FOR SALE U. of Fla. Flavet 4 home In
4Q2-A.. among youno executives. $l', Shown by Ippolntmenl.HIBISCUS older relent.1ae
rs.F unit buildings. Must be moved
: ed x number of Insertions. OOP. FR 2568. 2-3326. Needs some
'' wanted male from Univ. property. Phone I FR Iot A repirs. 11

TO : :: 8' I Thomas male. Apply 61S NE in person 2nd Hotel 3 LG. BR. 2 bam panelled LR Park. 3 bedroom 6-14 STEAL AT so
HW house. Convenient to
,. fireplace. attached garage. University
; hours
of I between.
words lint a m. and 1 I lot. and Finley School. Quiet John
Five letter per 6 pm. to 10 p.m. floors. On Ig. fenced corner borhood FR 2-0992. neign. PERFECT FOR FAMILY Merrill
.. ; 5I NW near Stephen Foster. 114.500. _
; id I Exp. secretaries, salary open $450 d.p. FR 1-8851. FOR Sate or trade. New 4 BR. WITH AN IN-LAW
= Same as 2 lines :: Cashter-nost attractive home
GET :: p 8 Pt. ordinary type White housekeeper, $SS wI. HOUSES FOR SALE I 3-BR 2- Estltes.located On city In Westmoreland NEARLY new 3 bedroom. 2 bath REALTORMULTIPLE
I with
Bath, central heat sewers paved
] ,.... k-4 Bookkeeper home has one bedroom
:- ?- 15 salary open Terrace. Price! St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. separ. Phone 372-144
NW 47th family
t 12 Pt. Same as 3 lines s Exp. Waitress salary comm. $15.900 Rm. & living Rm., dining area. ate from the others. Per ASSOCIATESMARCELLA
ordinary type Exp. mechanics for In-law or teenager.
BR Central heat Beu P..RDIW.H.BUCKHANNAN
Store trainee hi schl. grad.Off. CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3 built-in' kitchen Including ful natural finish cabinets
4 lines trainee hi schl. grad. 1-bath SE 46th Terr. St.5oo. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards ch Excellent FHA kit.

1 18 Pt.ordinary type Tree surgeon foreman, $2 hi. Payments $65 per mo walk to schools close to with only $600 In.ciudes FOR SALE by J 2
U c
Terr. $6soo. of F
46th &
2-BR 1-bath. SE medical center FHA ow. BR
= Auto salesman Exp. N. bath .
cling. 210 E 1thrrr.
THAT = Short order $45 per mo. $22.700 Down payment 11,700. h
1. grin man lag .. central
Insurance And also some trade-In Houses. immediate occupancy. Drive by rm .c
trainee, $100 wfc. "heat yrtf
1.I 24 Pt Same .s 5 lines I Route salesman. Levy Co. Call FR 6-7466 1027 Brothers NW 40th Drive. Call Butler HUG EDWARDS. INC. hs Sunday. NW open Dr.

.... I ordinary type CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. 3 BR. 2 baths 25x25 family 372-545 daIly, Vt.t04 3-L 10 t
STt 120 SE 1st Ave. room. Ig living rm enclosed -t.
Phone 3764234 garage central heat & air condo New h. $9.500. 3 bedro tile IF yo plan to build ane would

BETTER E Lot beautifully landscaped 3A6I FUN IN per moth. on a custom built home by ex.penenced .
'; Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 far S E. 45th Terrace 'Is some builders that have

k 1-11M Insertion. nor will it be liable for any error In adverj l j I 14-Sales Help Wanted appointment.AIR trae.. C.I FR 2-2 the time to discuss pi In wan
to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu- CONDITIONED THE SUN 4123 NW 20th Ter?. 3 BR 2 bath you call 3.2. ask Gene

by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will IF like for entertaining. Fla. rm., inside utility rm ele Paramore. have availableour
I be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of REAL ESTATE SALESMAN this you is the space house for you. Lg. OPEN HOUSE 2-6 built-in 0 & R, air C. ) Complete w pl.n to c from.
e tne advertisement. onto redwood per mo- $2109 equity. Wi accept financing be ex

CAR! i 9128. M i I i no Hugh Edwards. Inc. Gainesville living enclosed area opening patio. Near Ltlewood -. NE 23rd Blvd. and best offer. Phone 3767: 1.p.i For to you appointment right In your call.own

SIZES largest builder. has opening for and Westwood schools. 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. i The
u Gainesville Sun JAMES
i reserves the privilege of revising OP re- new salesman. Excellent 2 baths. central heat CO.
earnIng 3 BR. 1 Acre lots. Go out NW 16th A*.
M 15th Street
144-24) It'ctlng any advertIsement' which It deems eblectlonal and to opportunity for above average dishwasher. disposal built In iwo to 43rd St. intersection turn Of Gainesville Inc.

1 change the ClassIfication of any advertisement from that or- man. Mr. Dorman, sales man; stove. Owner selling at FHA ap. 372-1551 right, go approximately 1 mile. Builders O Klngsberry Homes
r .1TtMiMt 11f4\-r... I dered to conform to the policy of the paper. er. HUGH EDWARDS. INC pralsal price. $22000 only. 11500 s sign on left. Ph. 32. nite 32.74.FH4

372-1551._ down. 122 NW 36th Terr.- FR 6- California ranch modern offers D. ZETROUER BUILDER House for sale NE section

".._ --_..- ART Time sales route. average 4945. loads of living at very reasonable _FR 6-3848_ It appraisal value of
""' ........-. LlWIE5EtuiiIIli.IilIssIli.u.i------ -- ____1IIIII\IWIIiffI $2.10 per hr. If qualified. OpeningsIn FOR only $450 down $91.27 per monthly payments. Indoor NEW HOUSE, 3 bedrooms, 2 S down payment, low 10,0
'" Here's proof than an efficiency Alachua Newberry Archer and month payments you can Qualify and outdoor living and dining baths central heat. C.C.B. payts 3 BR. 1 beth car-
expert can be pretty. too-thi 6 SPECIAL NOTICES 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Hawthorne 3727117.REGISTERED for 4 BR, 2 bath home, 1806 area with fenced In patio. 3- Built-in- kitchen. Save $14 storage. .I Inl
crisp apron buttons at sides (no REAL ESTATE NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside bedrooms with feet upon cubic Call for appointment. ':00 P.M. FR 6774

ties), has smart slits, gay Iflf hery. BALL ROOM DANCING Salesman interested In Acreageand 8. outside completely. For ." feet of closet space 2 Luxu FR 6-4774 er FR 1-3 NO OWN
wanted evening shiftat see 3720401.NORTHWEST 3 BR.,2
Printed Pattern 9128. Half SizeS Classes now forming. Limited en- Howard Johnson's Farm Land. Call FR 6-6*<71 bout papered baths then lun LAW professor spacIous bath Central heat
14ft. 16V), 11V*, 20. 22V*, 24/i. Restaurant. movi. ? central air
rollment. lot hour free. Thursday Apply In only. At 2130 for Interview. nous ceilings glass shower en- bedroom attic Northwest. $19,00e.
person call
Size 16V requires 2Vt yds. 35-in. April 23rd. American Legion N.W. 13th St. Mary Moeller. Realtor Closures. WOWI what I fan. built In drawers vanity endstorage. Coo 376-2. .
Transfer IncL Hall.' For further information lob, W. Unix Ave AND close to Littlewood and kitchen. Easy to clean custom $80 month. Negotiate
call FR 4-NS1. FRAN'S DANCE Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms formica cabinets. Built in Grange equity. FR 1062 N.W. 14th I NEW 3 bedr CCB, 8ws.
CHECK FIFTY CENTS In coins for this: INSTRUCTIONS.- W. Univ. IF YOU have used AVON COSMETICS 16 Work Wanted Female and 2 Baths Central H e a t. oven and hood. Double 6-5 $430 dn. $ m. Phone
jattem-add 15 cents for eaclPattern Ave. you know you can sell large family room and scree sink. Central heat available with Day 4541. Niht FR 6.4311.
for fint special handling. Send to "GET JUSTICE WITHJUSTISS' servicing customers In a territory beautifully landscaped $U.- Spacious comer lot. Many eIras. Ave.McKinney NEW NEW
Marian Martin Gainesville Sun near you. Call Mrs. Burns Job as practical nurse or com- 500 Call anytime. .
Pattern Dept.. 232 West 18th St.. FR 2-0421. panion. Have own car. Phone RALPH REALTOR Three and Four Bedron two bath

4ew York 11, N. Y. Print plain- As Public Defender for the IIh EXPERIENCED FR 6-1569. FOSSEY $86 per mo. VA or FHA Includes homes on N.W. 16th Ave. With III

THESE I I.y NAME ADDRESS with ZONE Judicial Circuit Court. The p* STENOGRAPHERS HIGH SCHOOL girl seeking part- "Selling Florida Since 1906" everything. $500 down FHA Green the features of todays modern
SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. pie want lust Ice. R. G. JUSTISS.! Sperry has desirable positions time or full position until mid-i 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 Includes closing. $100 down V' heat homes. H a r dwood floors, cCnt.
Gainesville. lawyer. Is best; and alrconditlonlng i I ,
available for August Typing some filing and Member Multiple ListingNO Includes closing. double
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE experienced stenographers shorthand. Will work from 10 carport, buUt-ln elec., ',
desion his talents and to defend with developed secre- DREAM We can't sleep< Deaton *prl 8ed and
E AD Y-choose It from 250 energy a.m. to late afternoon. Call FR 'nXf
tarial skills.
Ideas In new SPRING-SUMMFR the poor with no legal counsel. Starting salary determined 25497 after 12 noon. at night for thinking of thi I I Hugh Edwards Inc On sewer & Ilsclp.

Pattern Catalog lust out! Ores t. JUSTISS NEEDS votes and by prior experience. place. Gold fish Camellia, belo lod.YI market to sell quick
with Increase "North Central Florida's Large REALTORS
CLASSIFIEDADS on regularly Azaleas Banana shrubs i In .
morel Send money to be elected. The people lems
coats "
sportswear IS Schools & Instructions
SO cents now. NEED Justiss. WILL YOU tell scheduled work performance front yard. Beautiful oaks orange Developerby far. _

your friends. and send small reviews. Promotional opportunIties trees carport two car INGLEWOOD by owner, 3 BR 2 I Inspect BothThe EXCITINGDescribes
3 day work week. Excellent garage stables large I I v I n groom
to bath. Price down.
$17,800. $800
with address
sum nome working conditions and ben MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO with fireplace. dining m'- first, a 3 B.R. 2 bath home this attractive
R. G. Justiss. 11 W. Univ. Ave? Call 3722727. brick
efits. Submit resume in confi- TRAIN FOR walk In pantry. Nearly 2,000 Iq. near schools monthly payment home with 3 BR- 2 aar.
And GET Justice with Justiu.Paid at M7
dence or telephone; 372-0411 Ext. CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS ft. of living space. 14 minutes J. W. Including taxes and Interest NW 19th Ave. Cent. heat fire-
Adv_ 225, for appointment. from Gainesville Florida. $98.00. The second a 3 B.R. 1 place FJ room fenced ,
? yard
bath house $400 down and
SPERRY Prlce-Low mt and mut
8 Bay Sitters. Child Car ELECTRONIC TUBE We prepare Men and Women. KIRKPATRICKAPPEALING ly payments of $.0 SEE TODAY.more for only S.

DIVISION Ages lt-55. No experience necessary IT'S VACANT Phone FR 2251 23617.
SPERRY RAND CORP. Grammar school educatij to see this :3 bedroom 2 bat h three bedroom, two
TINY TOT GAINESVILLE FLORIDA usually sufficient. Pennant home on large corner lot In bath house in the Northwest Income Property WESTWOOD

FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITY lobs. No layoffs. Short hour. beautiful residential area closeto with personality touches This lovely 3 BR. 2 bath Ocala bik.
PLAY SCHOOL= ? EMPLOYMENT High pay. Advancement. Send schools and shopping. T his throughout. Large f a m II 1 y I you are looking for a proper home Is located near schools It

Visit us and see for yourself. name home address, phone home has large Florida room.. room fireplace, walled pi- with a good Income. let 3525 NW 7thcSnt Place. Pretty
'"'\ 24 SE 8th St. FR *-7808. 12 Male Help Wonted number and time home. Write extra large kitchen with built.In tio rock garden. fall out you this nice 2 story duplexfully kitchen with breakfast bilt-n
tYOU'LL t-, '." CLASSIFIED Marcel Co. Box 388-A, c/o Game range and oven. 2 car carport shelter and nice landscai furnished $175.0 per heat Hw floors, bth..
PLANNED program awaits your villa Sun. and many other desIrable ing. Priced less than $17- month income. Good condItion A real buy at 119,100.UNIVERSIT. $
pre-schoot youngster at JACK features. Priced at $22,000 with 000.00.ANGLEWOOD and location. Paved street The
ONE of the largest Insurance -
companies MEN" women II to 55 to train for
; & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL in the country has a po- good financing available. We have two price Is reasonable You should
BIG Music programs educational sitlo"' open for man between age CIVIL SERVICE modern homes available at $17.- Investigate before you buy. Call
film-strips. 7:45-5:15, Men.-Frl., 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Start Examinations. For informal DAN BYRDASSOCIATES S 00.00. These homes have three FR 23617.
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. It $80 per week. After first 2 send name address & Phone No. bedrooms two baths. Florid

weeks site and better. Call 372- Key Training Service. 112 W. room central heat built In S.
sitter wishes to W. Area !
1171 for Ippt. Adams St.. Jacksonville. kitchen. Occupancy at the
for Infants or small children In end of June. Financing can This beautiful B.R. 2 bath "J N. Main
Dial her home. Reasonable call FR MAN wanted for local Inc. 3 m St. ph. 372-4351
milk 'Real Estate Exam be arranged for an acceptable em Home Central He W. M Munro Broker
6-3897. route,
35 High preferred school ages 21 to Jack DeYot Broker purchaser. large living room Fireplace 1 In Ass! DS- 51 McLaughlin/ Frank
SAVINGS CHILD or Infant care; p r I vat e ed. preferred COURSE Associates: REDUCED $1,60000 to S89000C room Lot 1$2x137Call toby McCann
home; Littlewood area. S3S mo. good health. Apply 204 SWSHEETMETAL ATTEND First lesson free. Pristine Stone. E. E. HollowlY) This modern Ocala block, two FR 23617, _
or can pick up and deliver. Walter E. bedroom house can be your bt. CCB
Phone 6-1961. COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave Clayton Guynn for not more tnan $75.00 per with feed beck Phone
In roof man. experienced FR. 6-3507. 3723727. 35 N. W. 13th Street FR 2 251' month. Located on a shaded Acreage any uSr5et It 14
WOULD like to for children In and gutter work. Call H.E.
care ListingRENTERS
Member Multiple Northwest d
FR 65315.ESTABLISHED. WRITE. Tractor-Trailer Driver lot in the a n i 211
home Monday thru 150 acres in N.W. area -5 miles
ON my available for immediate oc- GLADY SMITHP.
Training 301$. St. Nicholas from University Rolling a n d
Friday. Phone FR 2-6559. ?
376-4672 insurance debit In Jacksonville. Fla. 32207. cupancy. Make a reasonable. partially wooded Road fron
Child Care in my home. Fenced Gainesville, good opportunity for for free month's rent. offer on the down pa). age two sides Yon9t lrel. 4 bedrooms 2
yard. Reasonable rates Goo d honest and sincere man. Phone SPEED WRITING Register ment and monthly pa> ly priced o with Re.lstla.: bthS. Living room with fireplace.
references. Phone 372-3713. FR 2-0932 for Interview. SHORTHAND to obligation, drawing month.Iv. ments; if accepted you can Call FR 23617. excelent r Separate dining

.r"- ; move )n tomorrow. room. kl jsen. This Is a
: \ Employment Cocktail lounge, package BOOKKEEPING HUGH EDWARDS. I INC J. W. KIRKPATRICK i.ASSOCIATES alTschSoTs.W* convenience to

FINE '< .; ." store. P e rsonality ambition. Classes now forming. Howell' North Central Fla. largest builder Realtor J. Fred .ayn Butterwort
Col. J. W. J. Wiltshire
mixologist. Write El Rey, 107 by far.
Business College 211 W. Unn Member Multiple Listing Quality on Newberry Road
.- North Main Gainesville. FR NE 16th Ave. Cr 15th St. Phone FR 2440 Multiple Listing ho
I : : LCARS' i-- ."> 11 FEMALE HZLP WANTED 2-6461. Ave 31 I N. Main ASSOCIATES Large with many trees and
: shrubs. 3 bedrooms 2 tile baths.
AVAIL June 1st 3 BR 2 bath. Bunnei
WANTED route man for established 28 Livestock & Supplies Fla. rm. screened porch, SIS. Floye Mathiasen Irene YOUNGAMERICA double Florida room. Living room
.. BEAUTY route. Ages 21.35, must be 500. Walking distance Little- A. W. Reece. Capt. is carpted and has a fireplace.
up to SS per hour demon married. in
.. Apply person at wood. Ph. FR 25043.
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strating famous Studio Girl American Bakeries, 1847 S. Main FRESH Jersey Milk cow and alf lear the University. Good buy in a
; Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. from 4 6 p.m. $150 Call 4621754 BEDROOM, 2 bath large corner MARYMOELLER :3 bedroom 2 bath home with Fior-
: Phone 376-4336 after 6. lot close to Howard Bishop and. Ida ro Newly painted and dec-
ONE part time night clerk Apply Metcalfe elementary. Membership HOMESPRESENTS at $17,900.
EARN. up to 150 a week. Full or In person to Hotel Thomas. 615 30 PETS SUPPLIES swim club. Reasonable equ!-

Announcements part time. No soliciting or collect NE 2nd Street. No telephonecalls t.,. Take over payments. Cal Call 3725393 to see any of these

.. .. .h.... ::7' ing. car neccessary. Call FR 6J9M. please. GERMAN 3726450.M homes or ask for our list of choice
Shepherd pups NEW BRICK
buys in all price .
BARBER WANTED Morrison Bar. Excellent-pedigreed price re- $ Month. new CB home, larg r.n.
LUZIERS COSMETICS ber Shop. 118 N.W. 10th Ave. duced. 3501 NW 18th Ter. lot. Low down payment 300 S.E. I Colonial Charm
3 LOST & FOUND APPROVED by American Medical Gainesville Shopping Center, 20th St. FR 2-4692. MODEL GLADYS SMITHRealtor
Association. Personalized Gainesville Fla. 376-9356. SPRINGTIME is puppy time. Eng. ExclusIve listing, lovely new home< OPEN Dark
service lish Shepherd & Amer. MUST SELL 3 BR Florid
No guess grab go me- puppies located on large beautifully wooded 'r
FOUND thod. Full or part time work. WANTED Filling station attendantfor lean Shepherd puppies. Call Ft! Room living room. fenced back lot, secluded In fine residential FEATURES: Associates: Multiple Listing
Yearling. Identify. Pay Call Lois Williams. FR 2-6045. night work. 7 P.M. to 7 AM. 2-0033. yard. My equity $2500 -will take area 3 br, 2 bath, hw floor: Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon
damages & costs. Write Box Apply BIlMJps Serv. Sta. 1005 a loss of $1000 $84 per mo Fireplaces Florence Burns Carotin Nov"
built. Shown
_392 A c-o Gainesville Sun. Experienced waitresses, II to COLLIE puppy 4-months old. $51. double garage custom
,! age W. Univ. Ave.TRACTOR.TRAILER. payments or less. FR 6-5023. call Moel- Screened porches 1221 w. university
3J. Apply in person. Aunt Je- Phone FR 6-1380. 1112 NE 19th Pi. by appointment Mary Custom kitchen cabinet _
mlma's Kitchen. 1614 N.W. 13tr drivers urgently ler.
4 PERSONALIZED Oversized bathroomsPlus
SERVICE 4 AKC registered Chihuahuas 2 -
: needed. See ad under EXCEPTIONAL BUY! other custom
EXPERIENCED secretary de males and 2 females. reasonabli many FORDYCEFEATURES
,, LEARN TO DRIVEl Special altention sired. Write your qualificationsMust schools Classification 1$. -Call_ 4812267. Hawthorne Fla.AKC -bedroom, 2 -baths Florida room Near Schools features

to nervous or elderly. be able to use electric registered Dachshund Pups. central heat. Garage. 105x133 shrub Lovely 3 BR. 2 fully tiled bath, VA & FHA
with trees
Easy lot loaded
Way Driving School. FR and dictating equip
typewriter FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY All shots. 6 weeks. Black or red. J. large lot, large closets screened
I 'TOM, lie. by State of Fla. men?. State salary will pay for bery. Located 1 block from
Write male & female. Ph. KIngsley Finley School 3 blocks from Unlversity porch, carport. $15,25000, pay
-: BE .- f fSHOPPING, I 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Box experience 400A. Gainesville ability.Sun. Lake 533.2493.MINIATURE of Florida. monthly$17,750 FHA. mOo ments Include prln. Int. $109.00 TERMS

For top quality workmanship Schnauzer $700 down. Total payments
ENTRY SYSTEM book: pups.
DOUBLE ACK of $117. Drive by 1531 NW Walking distance to elementanJr. ,
TO WHOM iT MAY CONCERN; keeper. I:30 to 4:30. Salary de call registered excellent ped 6th Ave., or call FR 2-9545 dally. Income 3. High Schools, Shopping Jlurches. AGELESS
I. Herbert W. Davis will not be I pending on qualifications Phone 372-6142 gree. Only 2 left, must sell, or nights FR "'04. ButleiBros. .
responsible for any debts contracted 376-254 days or 3725012 after leaving town. $85. (Normally Triplex, near schools. 3 Apts. comer
In my name after this I 6. GAINESVILLE $100 to $150) All papers Included. lot good Income, good rentals. $K YOUNG SIMPLICIT
date except those made by my. UPHOLSTERY Call 372.7601. SALE BY OWNER 3 BR; CCB. 1M 300.00 with low monthly payment elegance
: self. 1501 N.W. IJttl St. baths near University and J. J. close In mst attractive 3 bedroom 2 bam

ATTENTION Free Estimates nek .It and 33 LOTS FOR SALE Finley. 1611 N.W. 6th Ave. AMERICA h. Large living room separ

Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shoo. delivery. BYTHE OWNER in Idylewilde :2 Investment mlly. ro bumIlce
609 W. Univ. Will close May 15th WANTED ((5) BY OWNER BR, CCB house tile bath, famIly tloned and centrally Al You
to Sept. Pick-up all repair work. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 90 0 room. Call 3728001 after Business property. downtown h as HOMESNW can save rent money hlte up
Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110'X Income large tot. Duplex. $12' with
530 P.M. a and neighrhood
BEAUTY OPERATORS 155. Phone 376-5109. & 7th Avenue > wrl h. Excel

IN PLANT SALEAlt NATIONAL BEAUTIFUL large lots fully I4.J7S ON YOUR LOT. Open House, 372-7070 let ftnanclng 121,5.
Sunday Apr. 19. 1 to 6 P.M. L ASSOCIATES
imprOVed. In Rldgewood. NW 500.00MARY INC.,
or new Beauty Salon on Gold Cherokee model designed engineered -
banded plants top quality CONCERN 31st Street |lust south of NW Steel .
Coast. West University Ave. 16th Avenue. J. W. Klrkpatric by U. S. Corp.
petunias salvla, asters coieus.etc. .
Sale price Soc per dozen. .I Opportunity to qualify Has openings for college students Agency 31 N. Main or call FR Homes Division. 2100 cond 14.. ft.brick:3 FREDARNOLD
I air
for manager. Must be high 2-8404. BR. 2 bath This lovely three bedroom home
Also potted prams and shrub in all have during summer vacation. veneer 2 car garage. 1801 NW
stylist phases must MOELLER with kitchen, large Flora
NORTH bery. Amaryllis of deep red. ;. Public relations work. SIW a 36th Dr. Alachua Homes Inc. be.ulill >
ability to work with young clien- KIRKWOOD and
aV white. Wholesale h.rd fo.
pink week salary if qualified plus Phone690..
teu limit 40. If have by the
age you
American strain 3 for $1.00 and we are awarding Several $1000 OUT OF STATE OWNER must! street whole huH w OftIt..
Write box
these qualifications. 3 B R CCB house on paved
up. These prices are good as scholarships and other awards. sell immediately
399-A. Gainesville Sun. giving acre come Built-in oven. nice neighbor REALTOR"Member actively landscaped lot In acie
long as plants last. For appt. call Mr. R. B. Davis lot (240 In
x 210) highly nitrlcted -- 1621 SE 25tt residential area
name. home address. and phone hood. $300 down. nest
3S+316J, Jacksonville Fla. or Kirkwood Estates. Call REALTORNorthwest
number. All replies confidential.All Ave. Phone FR 21901. sti. Cons 'S
Closed Sundays of Multiple Listing"O1 I
CENTRAL :Jrop In Suite 543 Fla. Nan. FR 2-0375. 3751236.DELIGHTFUL
DORSEY'S GREEN HOUSE applicants will be contactedin Bank Bldg., Jacksonville be- W. University Ave FR 6-4471 1H
the future. One-llalf acre landscaped lot with
Fla. tween hours 9 A-M. and noon. COMING I !
High Springs septic system deep well new
pump. 1 ml. to City limits and PARRISHPRESENTS
14 ml. to University. Cash price Three> bedrooms, 2 describes! tWs thre broom fanvr
bt. prlctlll home with New
\ 12.500. Abstract furnished. 376- VILLAGE ly new, with I. .o
hal r land. Living room fire
IN THE *92!. conditioning and hi
FLORIDA'SLARGEST kitc spacious kitchen and
FUN en. Has fenced rear yard, pe dinette, formal I dining lP
34 Walirfront Property GREEN room and drapery rods $2O.,000 for entertaining and Florida
with FHA financing .
1lllbe.Westmorland room. CaN t9 see this one FOR.

Reg Broker, specaliiing 1ft bedroom home on northwest 17th 12
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. Street within walking distance of ]
A 3 bedroom, 2 home
ICE. 3 miles No. of Metros GREEN Gainesville High SchoolS Lot llOx dar room 1 bet >slr. I
GR S-2981. 154. Owner leaving city.
able area for only 117. Out of yes, this 4 two bath
MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom town owner desires Ind' Is with a
not a 'cottage' VILLAGE will assist with financing. res
bath home Central heating and Pre by
This nearly new beautifully! eat mortgage payments $ C Iwl p Irro
Furnished 2 b. air conditioning. Lovely fenced 0 paN .
r. masonryhorn. taxes
month Including and
SUN I nebghborh 0 0 .
i is strictly QUALITY rear yard makes Meal play area : dl
MARKETPLACE NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA Clear bottom lake abounds with GREEN for children. Convenient tosctIooI a Call INC., & AIATEL
Fish. This Is I 'dream com e s. 36-12
true' at $10.500,00. Requires $2.- South Idylwild
ClOt. cash down. Let us show VILLAGE CONTEMPORARY 3 bedroom. 3bath CONTEMPORARY
with T4
New nome 3
BOATS & MOTORS row-ANYTlME. ARCH CAMP- home with carpeted living. Irs
BOATS 6' MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATIONWHO BELL. REALTOR. Phone 376- room central heating and air con baths central heat kitchen, 11"fJI wIth quiet fast Is yours In this
P07 ANYTIME GREEN ditioning. Fenced in yard WIth bit IpiS t br two bath .'e.
swimming pool and snuffle. board I f. lv WI" woods, u
LIKE THE 74th .
LAKE FRONTAGE You must I tlll ad! throughout room
HUNTER Fiberglass Flshlog ir Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR 21 Acres on Sand bottom lake. VILLAGE court. I appreciate are. the Ce Ht-4n I !, datlghtfirl M

Boat Introduced by FRANK 110." Worth of Grandin, Asking UMt. LITTLEWOOD area. Modern 3 bed- lent financing to qualified room with drapes and wall to wen
PHILPOTTTEASY S49-58 GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES One half cash. S. E. Sapp. Real room. 2 bath masonry home In tip carpeting. For more Information
TERMS OR CENTRAL 725 N. Main 372-3537 tor. Phone 42.2OOt orLAKE 47222M. GREEN too condition. Priced under $15- Swimming Pool call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES

CHARGE THE TACKLE BOX 000. Immediate possession, too.EAR INC., a6-1Z
Place for tale call FR 2-
FOR The Heart Of East Gainesville* I U16 after S ....... Enl the luxury of a bauti .
N BOULEVARD. 4 bedroom WIII" I y o
CENTER Check with Charlie List of Classifications to choose 2 4 AcresSUWANNEE beth bi excellent .location, con 1 B off FORDYCESSOCIATES

Home of Hunter Fiberglass FR M791 from RIVER renlent to d 0 w n town shopping barbecue cooked on attractive 0 :
Boats. Dixie County. near US 19. 100 GREEN Reasonably prIced. Immediate d fireplace. Plenty of p a
12 Ft. Telestar Sailing sloop with i yardS off paved road. Very high possession. terra.f entertaining l IN'C.REAL .
-Where Quality Sells Itself" Dacron Sail i Skiing Swimming-DIving.! bluff. Asking $4500. Terms. S. E. groups. this In Mla

NEW Open Model ....... ... S269 SlPt Realtor 472J300 472-2220 -INDIVIDUAL STYLINGWe UNDER 10000. New 3 bedroom specious 3 Ir be"h ESTATE EXeHNG)1
.. 20 N.W. 14th Ave. Decked model ........, ... J799BAIRD'S Fishing Equipment. are proud to present this CUSTOM tomes built under FHA specification with 4re kd pooL Walt Multiple Broker
trMevd home with available ing Grace S.
LAKEFRONT HOME BUILT and to qualified
.... FR won sFR 66893Mm. MARINE CENTER Safety Items. rare charm. Over 3000 sq. ft. livIng buyers with FHA financing. No to wall carpeting throughout teemendous Hlr AslaC

Thru FrL S4 ..m. Sat .M 601 S. Main FR 24531 NEARMELROSE area.3 or 4 bedrooms.3 bams closing costs and no city taxes. closet Paved apace street.and Price fine t Un. 3.12
recreation welt plan landscaping.
Equipment., huge room Phone for further details.
11 Ft Marlki Sailing Pram wim Golfing
14 Trailer for Sailboats Dacron Sal ................ (15*. lied family room dining creek room. .I
AND Model ..T.... tilt.BAIRD'S Tennis Equipment. 300 I feet frontage en .Lake Rosa screen porch overlooking RANCHETTE nomesftes too A>
MARINE CENTER BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER .' nearly tour acres. Central heat and air condition.Ing proximately It acres each. t.catef FantasticContemprar Open
401 S. Main FR 2-8531 Baseball Equipment. DrIve by UZI N.W. 21st PC on N e w b any Road. Just
601 I.Main FR M531 4 BR 2 batns large screened and phone us for an apoMment 10 1500 down t years oa balance.

Where te Fish. porch Oft2 sides of house tee the many ether extras. HouseApril :
WESTSIDE new residential suboT- ** to a
SWIMMING POOLS modern kitchen, oil furnace concrete
block. OFFICE AND HOME vision opening soon. Acre lots, contemporary you most

USED : Suit Want Ads Plus many many mere. JUST LISTED. Large frame home struts now being paved. May Wesell aartl superior t 1.8

BE CAREFREE >S> car garage with eouippped .- S bedrooms. bams can be converted you more about lists restricted 145 e N s 19. -
-- \ room t servant's room and to office and home. In desirable yea outside city limits. Tremendous, b Ifs.Ire. I to 6 "16
fireplaces a
Results Enoy| a clean and healthy pool ADVERTISE IN THE btk.Large downtown area. The Calf price forcomplete FhrUlino views. Cd .I t 1S01 NW 36tk Drive-
Get Ma :er Pool Senr'ce iv. and terms are attractive. an appointment Price $ .o
dog kennel with 2 houSes < details. M.M.PARRISH
Supplies Monthly cleaning
: SERVICE DIRECTORY I concrete floor workshop. HOME. IMe'
servls. 2 BR. i
CARi't t FR 15363 6-0061 t-31n Alachua ARNOLDREALTY ,tral H 210 a f ce
Live oaks" magnolias. mimosas. II ab.t..
Ill...... camellias gardenIas.eringes. COMPANY : 1 Itt bt-.x.
verier. G. ,

-y. :t. .. MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the etc. Sprinkler system.For Realty AND ASSOCIATES INC. 121 If- W Unhr. ..v Lii. Member+ 37MS22 wHr. Ft.your lot.start CaH a.

.. .......-- sale by owner or your brefctr. AssociatesMember Listing MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Alt '-SPete tg aUn O
Open Saturday and Sunday Multiple W. Nodes -

-.-- Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 2941.0-5.. or Phone for Melrose other appointment Granite i-- Aria Mabel T.U Smith Gore. Associate Broker Carolyn H. Wayne Gardenshlro Hill Helen Mary Graham Parrtsh Jim Sheppard May 4.Bob F. feUOunan 376-6690

inona Gainesville. FR 2-4051. US N. E. 1st *U Phone f1H4A1 1t N.E. First $t Tel. 3775371 C .



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mi" & 45 Furnished Apts.MOBILE 47 Houses for Rent Furn. I 43 Houses for Rent I 49 Rooms for Rent
35 Houses for Sale 42 Farms Acreogaj 1 I 1 I Usurn.J, I HOMESBuilt ,

TcLAIFICAON1rI1 leO ACRES fenced, witrt good 3 HOMES nice and clean, NICE :2 BR house.. large screened ROOMS for rent I block from I te your plans led spec,
] paved streets Antenna furnished. 3 BEDROOM 1 bath attached campus. Close to laundry. restaurants'
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR, 2 bedroom CB home land all. fenced swimming pool. porch. 'i I ftcations. Built
bath Fla. and cross fenced good pasture couples only. Phone 3722290. Near bus line & stores. Adults garage. Air conditioner. $100 kitchen. TV privileges. Alachua County.TOMMY .
rm. Ig. utility
i preferred. 376-SJOS. ,I month. 720 N.W. 20th Ave. FR $21 per month.
area. separate living rm. dining on good road. NEW 1 BR duplex apt. kitchen 2-1 OS. Avail. 1. -- RIDGELL
il ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE rm. kitchen wall te wall carpeting MARY MOELLER. equipped. UO per month on a COEDS. 3 BR house. completely furnished May NICE room. private entrance t .
MemerUmjtf in living rm., glass slid REALTOR year's lease. Ph. 374-1372 days. kitchen equip. $100 mo. 1 AVAILABLE April 25 to Aug 25. bath screened porch en BUILDERS
:E: 1 I ing door leading te 16' x 24' 376-7327 evenings. Call 374-33CS after S p.rn. near city park shopping. porch on back. 165 N.W
Card .t TlumktS (I Waited t. Bar 101* W. Univ./ Ave. _FR 4-4471 __ I 31st Ave. FR 2-0779. Call FR 2-4125!
1'.1. patio. back yard. 1325 schools. 3-4 BR. LR. DR. Kit.
Ii A -
Feud BR, dining rm. $100 ,
3 living rm.
Lest *
.4 equipment S45 efficiency ,bath &
U Materials NE 12th Terr. Slf.500. 160 acre farm with all private en- equipped $100 mo. FR 62692.FOR with
4 PetseBalbed Sewleee Bmildlur Also per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer ATTRACTIVE room. private .
+ road frontage. trance. furnished
Half mile paved room -- ---- ---- -- -
5 Travel Int.r..tU. (4 Be..ea U G.... SAVE work and expenses m with light hot & cold water. male students. McKinney Green. RENT a room house, unfurnished entrance, in quiet modern home.
Special Netteti ea A.U.*** this Ideal NW location fenced Good farms and acreage listings. best part of city. $35. 321 Inc. FR 2-3617. "'I 104 SW. 10th St. Call FR Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of

7 TlerlstaS MI... Fer Sal. & landscaped yard. draperies 3rd Sf.CLEAN 2 BEDROOM, CCB furnished ; 6-3830. F student FR 2-78I3.

baby Sittera. Cmlld Caret C7 Trailer reta = ww carpets. 3 BR, V/i bath Call Ben Griffin. Associate and neat house. Wall to wall carpet no 3 B R, ig. family rm. equipped 3 BLOCKS from campus, low summer WATCH FOR
home. near
a Article Wasted Big kitchen
riaces Te G. And I with pantry campus 2903 N. W. 4th St. Call FR kit rates. Cheaper by the trimester -
and shopping bedroom pets ; separate dining mn- many IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
U 1'.1 OU Weed & separate dining rm. HW one ; piefer 'I
Thugs Te SeeAUTOMOTIVE GLADYS SMITH Realtor built-ins. For appointment to see
-774' t Large beautiful lot.
Beat Maria E,oJ0. == foor By owner. $15.900. 719 married tenants call :
: 71 Came.HiBt.rUh NW 19ih Lane. Ph. FR 2-3784. 1221: W. University 3725393_ time. 2 BR, 732 NW 23rd Blvd. SS per I Available now thru August. $135 call- 372-041. i Cooperative apartments to

13 Office Etelpmcat7S : I Ralph FOSSEY any.'I'I mo. Call Mckinney Green. Inc. I per mo. 5010 Newberry Road. FR N. W. SECTION furnished room be built in Gainesville. For
?& Alr.Uae Ut-HBUU Maalcal UercasBdlse FORDYCE 1J W. University Ave. Ph. FR .36t1.. 25951. with air conditioning.. use of information call FR 4-221
77 MeeBe Heaae fer Sale = RedfranksRealestate "SellingFlorIda Since For rent $&5 month. 2 bedroom carport and phone $11 weekly. or write;

?IS 9 Tracka Tracks Waited 2 ROOMS and bath. 1st floor excellent 48 Houses for Rent Unfum. I house S.E. 72nd St. 2 blocks W. Call 372-4805. i P. O. Box: 13956

$* Traeter Truck ...Iab REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I ACREAGE location $60 a mo. including \ or Newnan's Lake. Reliable ONE or two girls to share house. Gainesville. Flo.
q TraDer BeeUtt ( / most utilities. Adults FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR party only. Available May 1st. kitchen privileges. homelike at
U Metereyelet k..I,,. U Let f.r Sale ;: available only. Call FR -i06i house 440 per mo. unfurnished ,, !none F R _4-2567 after 7pm. mosphere. Call FR 3.1054 after 5p.m. : University Park
S S4 Waterfreat Frepcrtr 5 2% and 5 acre parcel 2 BR duplex apt. $40 per mo. j .
"' St A.te.e.De Kepalr* at this time. Perfect home sites Very clean, nicely : iBR house for rent. Inquire at
furnished I bed Call FR 6.7446.FORDYCE
S3 Bee Sale == !
I ., M Aeteneblles. (er Sale 3. ('.< IS '.1' CarsEDUCATIONAL S7 Real Eitat ExckaiteJU with conventional financing Central 731 $.E. 5th AV* FR 6-0644. RENTALS t 65036. House located at 111 SE month. Call FR 4-755.
I 4th St.
heat a. AIR CONDITION Over BOO acres available $220 Man --
q Seal Estate Wasted fenced AIR-CONDITIONED apartment. 1 323 N.W. 14th St. optional air.
acre. Fenced and cross SEVERAL attractive homes
I ING. 3 large bedrooms. 2 baths FOR RENT S room house in Santa
3 Omt et T WB Prepert40 bedroom and patio .
with cook sing! turn. roomSshara
: : IS ScmeeU l trBett.mIS BasUc rrepertie extra large living room & dfev A perfect ranch. out. Near Medical available and also apartments. -I I Fe Fla. Call 4621923 or 462. McCOY'S'Macoma
Center house $40 a mo. plus
and Call or Contact For.
ing built-in
Mole. DaacUf. area kitchen large 1170 Earl Hril.
S I 41 KesJdeBtlal bcame == Fla. 160 acres for 5165:00: an acre. Be- Univ. Call FR 2.:3488 or 6-4360. dyce Associates, I Inc. i utilities FR 44565.
:t Waetee-U tr room. foyer oak strip
41 Farms Acreage tween Newberry and Archer Road. '26 374-1234 121 N. W. 25th Street, close to Homes
43 Catered Property Rentals floors, double garage. Clio Ice 2 BR, well furn. 1st floor duplex. W. Univ. ROOM FOR RENT thru summer, ,
43-1 Celered Property Sales westside location. HURRY. Call Quiet .near campus. Air cond. Stove Univ. 3 bedroom 1 bath convenient to campus" use of
|I Other listings available $95 CO) aiacre UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. and refrigerator. $110 Inc.For
376-0317 for appt. to Immediate Accept 3 mature. range .
17 Werk Wasted Male see. I quiet men. .. 2414 E. Univ. swimming pool. Reason able
and upI students 3764474.MORE refrigerator. Mo. or can furnish air con don .
Waated Fe.iaa1iU RENTALS' occupancy rent. Ph. FR 44714. Sale: very ; 3-
: IS Werk Ave. Phone FR 457C after 5:30: lease at higher rate. FR 4- I I
\ Sale Help Wasted t FORDYCE space and P.M. for ?. furnished;(, bedroom l-bath home 4417
NEAR UofF' 3 bedroom t bath I privacy away app $565. A NICELY room con- '
I 13 Help-Male er Female 44 (".,t'eu Far Beat i CB on shady lot in ASSOCIATES. INC. from campus clean 2 BR. CCB I venient to town 4 Univ. Phone E. University Ave. walking
excellent 4 at 1120 SE
RM. house
residential frame
12 Male Bel* Wasted 4i Feratkbci Apti.CaruraHhttf E duplex fenced yard SSO a mo. 3 BR. HOUSE. with Ivi acres FR 4-59M I SW lOfts st. distance to Lake Forest
area. $11,000$350 376-1236 21st Ave., $42.50
Dra..tS. 4. down 926 'W. Univ. 376-7883. shady yard. per I located in Orange Heights. If Schoo Price $12,500. S5CO
.l Wasted Apt. appx. $72 per mo. tncl. Til. ACREAGE month. Cad 372-4136. I interested, call 4&8-197I. waldo. down and $7'_$0 per month
11 Featale H 4? H.a.e* fer Beat FBHU Call 376-0817. FARMS RANCHES MODERN EFFICIENCIES 51.A Wonted To Rent
45 HBte* for Keel Ua/an. RURAL PROPERTIES Air 3 BR. 1 bath 611 N.W. 34th Terrace Fla. Call Gerald or V Q. McCoyJr.
7 FARMS C, LIVESTOCK 4* KeBBik fer KraiM RED BRICK We have several conditioned FR 6-5576- Phone A.. E. Harp $110 per mo. Call McKin- Day FR -729C, nhfs FR
S SMITH. REALTORU.S. Green Inc. FR 23617.NICE 4-SOIS. Otf.ce; corner N. Mel
Haiti RMBSSI these ney 49 Rooms For Rent
:s FtrB EJpa.sI of charming red brick house
= WANTED or appart-
441 Micanopy. Fla. __ ___ __ and 23rd Blvd.NEW .
'.rtIIIz. MUe. KcBtalsfill i S homes different Hwy. 3BEDROOM 'r- >ndnioned h n
:27 Feed Jk } ? in price ranges Apt. ment. 2 bedroom 1 bath. Price
SS 14f eiteck SappBe Wasted Te Brat = with terms 'to suit. All nave Ph. 466-3120 "blocks from campus.. Low sum $75 to $85. Call W. T. Grant Co.
S> LaadsearlBf Tee Sell K Beardcr Waited oakstrip floors fireplace separate BEAUTIFUL building site for the mer. rates, available March ROOMS fur men. Weekly maid 376-4273- -

ZO Pets ".,pU.. S3 Oiric Desk Space' dining rooms. CALL US f-> family that wants to be outsidethe 372 CU81r _._ ._ l'j service, linens and refrigerator
U Llreiteck WastedFINANCIAL St Biulaet BeaUb is further details on these better city limits. Almost 5 acres -REDWOOD-- APTS. -- f furnished. 372-1185 or 3721911. WANTED unfurnished house outside HOMES
5 built homes.LET'S large pines good soil. Convenient 440 SW 416 NE 2nd Ave of city limits. Call between
St. New 1
location. Call J. W. Kirkpatrick air condo apt. SEPARATE GARAGE 800 A.M. and 400 P.M. FR'
,. SERVICE :I now avail. Ideal for students or Bedroom home for lease. Located DESIRABLE single room adia- :
INSPECT this conveniently Agency. FR 2- 404, 31 N. Main.
54 BetlBeaa Opperieaiilra :i bprelal Service S working couples. 590 per me. in nice quiet ne'ghbor-! cent to bath. use of refrigeratorand
(7' U L.a. 23: H... lMir.,ene I. i CONDITIONED located 3 bedroom home 2 In bath N.AIR. LOS TRANCOS WOODS Call 37U427. hood. Kitchen equipped with I phone"' gentleman only. 1416 PHYSICIANS family of 3 desires 3 : WALTER

SS Mertcace :SI Kadi A TV Service 5 section. Taste fully decorated W. 2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west of FOR RENT or sale ,lx 40 2 BR Frigidaire refrigerator stove N.W. 12th Rd. FR 62896. bedroom 2 bath unfurnished ,
(t Meaey Wasted !5 Appliaac " Gainesville 5365 down total and flat hot water heater. home. Phone FR 23021. STUBBS
1 living room with fireplace. Separate $1820. Drive west on New- mobile home. Lot 29, Ideal. Trailer top I FOR businessman. Large bedroom ,
IIIIIIIIIUBlIIIIIIIII1ItIJUIIIlll/lflllllllli Dining room. Excelle n t price Park. Phone owner, 372-4985. Tiled kitchen. tiled baths and private bath. Facilities for light or''
IIIIIIIIIIIllIImIWIIItIt IlllliDllllllI / berry Road turn right on SR 3 BEDROOM house for 1 INC.
financing Only $21,000. Call shower. Floor furnace with I meals 306 N.E. 7th Avenue.
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No. 241 and watch for sign on 102 NW I3th St. Men Women, 2 years Rent up to $t30 per
376-0(17. i thermostat. Window air condi. FR 217C8
:: 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sol the right or call anytime for rooms and apts. near campus. tioned. Beautiful screened in mo Call FR 4-SS65 !
map to be mailed. J day, week monlh.. FR ,.62937or SINGLE or double room in large
floors. com.
REDFRANKS REALESTATEClaude FR 4-1082.' porch. cool rooming house. 2 blocksoff 54 Business Rentals '1321 NW 16th AVE.
M. "Red" Franks Realtor 19 ACRES. Southwest and dost to I pletely equipped with Venetian Kitchen. living Rm.
13R CCB In N.E. section stove '27 N.E. 10th PL 2 BR. CCB. campus.
MOBILE is ideal for
Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. HOME $85 2 Bedrooms, blinds. This home &
S225 maid FR 22726.
town. an acre. service. Call
"nd refrig. oak trees low"Bown large garage near Shopping GARAGE space for rent '13 SW PHONE 376-5394
many E. "Bill" Harris. Associate Realtor 45 x 1* Phone FR 4-OW7 after small families or retired couple. -
low Center. Nice neighborhood, SI1500 i Ralph 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- ,
payment 5. More interested in good neigh.bars Room. Men double or single.
I I 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 3764(17 FOSSEY .
FHA financing avail. FR tor. FR 2144
Call FR 26002.
6-1 and tenants than amountor Separate from main house. I
-- : Nan Call 37A-2927 11 W. University Ave Ph. 376-1359 NICELY furnished
965 "Selling Florida Since 1906" downtown convenient rent. Call owner after 4, 2636'i NW. 2nd Avenue. Phone "\Ve Trade Houses"
area. $75. Also
STORY 38 Real Estate Wanted 10 ACRE tract high and dry. all apt.. air conditioned. s9. garage Adults FR 4-5464. ment.FR 4-79S6. Shown by appoint EYES RIGHT!
gi FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious
wooded. It miles West of town. only. no pets. Inquire Lillian's .
:3 BR 2 bath, Fla. :
Rm. closeto
school. Littlewood Estates. WANT TO BUY $30 per acre wilh easy terms. Music Store. See real dream living in Shadow -
I Call R. F. Glaeser anytime. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
$24400. Reasonable da'Nn pay. 2 3 bedroom home I BR. furnished Apt. Lg. living !
or with
ERED BRICK men 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone ERNEST TEW REALTY .Rm. kitchen, private entrance : D. Oliver Bldr.
family room and 2 baths. Kitchen
3725738.BY 2f1l NAT 13th St. FR 6-6441 & bitt!. Half block from cam Pit. FR iau
must be Central
equipped. i West NW 39th Ave. past WHAT'SBACK
Available en
heat preferred. Must b. priced FOR SALE 63 Acres Woodland a pus. April 20th. Couple -
OWNER, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, intersectien. -
replac--.trlp oak floors preferred. Ph. the Glen Springs
FR 4-7441 or'
Gainesville Union
N. of
right with reasonable down
a.ary large kitchen with built large House double garage. pay. FR 66112 after 4pm.' | see sign *H left.
oa appliances, rear screened Fenced yard. Close to Urn.vetsilt. men'. Write to Box 345-A, : Co. Mrs. Elsie Douglas Worth
,.carch> be converted IntoLja. Call FR 4-7084 Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS. Ington Fla. I
: can :. 46 Unfurnished Apte.B .
** S very large bedrooms, 2 WANTED Small acreage 3Vi miles North of
3 BR 2 bath kitchen with built i
..> baths. Floored upstairs and town all wooded. $400 to $500 E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN :
.. ins, dining rm., sunken living BEDROOM large living room i
teady to convert Inte 4th and I with terms. Call of the
rm.. fireplace screened porch Fordyce & Associates, Inc. have per acre any. kitchen equipped. Couple
*m\ bedroom or play room asweeded. need for new and Interesting time 376-6461. pr* i I JR.
study and shop. Central heat ferred. No'chUd.n '
or pets
listings of homes and lots ERNEST I
cork floors. Located 6 miles from Phone FR 7-4857.
-KE. :: OLD yard and landscaptwg. city limits on wooded 2 acre lot In the.. Gainesville area. Excellent 2910 N.W. 13th St. I ( Home. Lot*. !Jteo1D.. Ba- '
Frankly we wonder If FHA clients ZBR.' Incas and Lake Property. GROWINGDEMAND
are wailing to duplex apt. Kitchen
'* in restricted Chantill/ Acres. 350 ACRES grazing land for rent equipped -
4ld not make a mistake w n&Mil' I
be ,
of $85 Farms acd Acreage.E.
your listing. per mo. Lease. 913 NW
$11,500 offered
by See of
owner. balance 1964. $250 per acres.
ttt-- valued' this property at en- t>y appt. FR 4-5424. I FORDYCE Call 462.1754 42nd Ave. FR 6-1077 before 5 Your to Good Living C. CURLY KUEHN. Jr.
$17.500. with lust $1.006 down ASSOCIATES INC. P.M.. FR 6-W47 after S p. in. I Key 638 N. MAIN ST. I
J&cludlng closing costs. You & weekends. FR -2032 Broker FR6544
;.oy drive past 434 NE lOfts rLEXIBLE on luxury ,home financing in Durant available Estates 526 W. Univ. Ave 376-1236 43 Colored Property I A HUGH EDWARDS HOMES i
.4se. for an idea of the value, In i TWO bedroom duplex, kit .
walking distance of
.Jr.Jn call FR 4-2472 for an .po elem. school. This nearly new I 39 Out of Town Property HOMES FOR SALE: chen equipped. $85 per month. !
.,. .intment to see inside (It looks _See at 4166 NW 6th St. for
home has 4 BR's. screened I 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14tn St. & Colonials from $93 month Shadow Lawn Estates
_evn !'e'J porch complete GE kitchen 7_ ROOM house with path onlot SE Tin Ave. Some no down pay per
Warner Weseman-Rtaltor Custom-built homes that look
paneled Fla. Rm.. central air 90x220. On Main Street in men?. Some small down paymen 47 Houses for Rent Furn.I .-
= N. Maui St. and heat, carpeting and drapes. I Hanrpton. Fla. Price $4200.: H. ?. Monthly payment $57 to I 1 12 bath homes from $77 per mo. .coftom-built.f home with If yon that are cubdiTifion tired- BU.TLERBROS.

*31.500.. FR _e-356. 'F Jon**_ $45.for Also tomes down payment.built on your I BR. house suitable for couple or look. cr. !
lot no
SACRIFICE RIDGELL Inc person only. $50 a Florida modern brick fronts from $95 F. D. OUter BIJr.Ph. .
S-aVCDROOM, 9 bam central heat owner moved to 40 Business Properties Call TOMMY en Hawthorne Rd. .
;13a air conditioning Paved street LA. $2500 down. Bal. 4'i pet. 3 I Builder Prone FR 7-4125 2-2- FR S-OM4''O down. Phone FR 25514.VWS4TMORLAND BR, 2 bath Ig. living room. separate :-IZACRE SHOPPING CENTER rnonth'l per month West em NW Stth A**. past .
dining room Ig. kitchen Corner. of course. 1400 ft. of 44 Cottages for Rent I BEDROOM house the. tIles Springe iatenreti -
lots cf cabinets patio utility of pavement; traffic count and Fenced yard. Screened porch. Screened porch homes from $85 See alga ci left.
3 BR, 2 bth room plenty closets. Hardwood population check Indicate immediate SMLL iurnished trailer for lent Carport, N. W. Section No 1 HOMES
f Jo. kitchen built-in range & f4no'Late.i Jot. iq. oak NEED for this facility. suitable for working couple. drinking no pets. $67.50 per per month 1i ?
.& ,n. sep. dining room I Ig. liv- I I la nice quiet neighborhood close jAn Investor's dream at $40. Moore's Trailer Court. 2330 E. __tnonth._ Phone FR 22438. S 1I i
.. room parquet floors, cenheat ; 10 stnooi and grucery. will rent 00000 whole price Terms. Ave. Ph. 376-8164.
2 BR. CCB furnished N. E.sec. O Calif. moderns from $84 per mo. I
..L31 double carport Ig, $125. See F. F. Christ* 1110 N.E. ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR.
S -'RIner lot. S07 NW 40tt .CC, i .4M* Place,' FR 4-404S. Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME GUEST HOUSE with spacious terrace _! on. Call FR 27154. Location
overlooking natural s t ream "saWot.owps. -- n. .. -
11V' 1 BT completely furnished house. :: SS | NorwoodHope I ,
Large ing
on private __MS per month. 507 SE 8th St. -
room with fireplace balcony bedroom NO MONEY DOWN VA and
bath and kitchenette. Completely ,2 BR, CB. A-C home. Large lot.

I furnished. Close to University Can be seen Sat. & Sun. 210. Pay Only $100 Closing i I I ,
I SERVICES and Medical Center. Call FR ___NW 33rd Avenue FR 4-2795. .
...5112Z QualityWhen
FURN. Room for rent. Prefer I FHA: LOWEST DOWN, PAYMENT 1 "H" Inc.
BEDROOM trailer with vnfur- grad. StUdent (woman) or workIng 9r
xu fished 2 room cabana. No pets. lady. Reasonable rent. FR r I I
$68 month. Available April 15th.F 6.6077. | We Trade Homes

I = Home And Business R 25633 AVAIL, May tat, J BR, 1 bath I i | or Property LOCATION
living .
rm. i
45 Furnished .Aprs. dining rm.. & kitchen. = i
-- Carport screened porch. air Edwards Inc. ,
., ditioner central heat. Hugh I & QUALITY
:!': Bulldozing PRIVATE. newly painted closein. pool privileges/ for S I IIi
.. i r sm. fee.
Plumbing CO""I
and bath. Hot and
3 rooms neighborhood in NE The following are ready for I
I cold water furnished. Off street per mo. Call 3727111 N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372.1551 | occupancy. i We Have Only
parking. No pet*. IS S," W. 2nd 6201.
5MAU. bulldozer loader dump SEWER INSTALLED .
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top I NEW & used fixtures complete I -- ------- ------- - ------- I 1115 N.W.4Oth Dr. I THE CREAM

soil.'Phone' 372746. plumbing service "8IG"' JIM 1 and 3 bedroom furnished apartments R 3 BR, 2 bath, $350 dn. S138i
some air condItioned I
HUGULEY Gainesville Plumb- per mo. I
BULLDOZERS .. Dragline' Backhoe Ing, FR M589. Summer rates. near University
wheel tractors and Medical Center. '16 S. W. I St. I
motor 1115 N.E.5th
grader. Free estimates. W. G. RemodelingNEED 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR :Highland Court Manorthe i 3 BR 2 bath $350 dfl. Sll)
Buck) Johnson, FR <-- 21*. 6-2664. I per mOo GI

4 BR apt. Walking/ distance I
A NEW Florida room carport to Univ.. hospital and shopping. I I I 1216 N.E. 17th Ave. f

CarpentryWORK patio screened-in porch, 116 NW 7th/ Terr. or call 374- swim club community I II 3 BR. I bath 1350 dn. SIt I
etc.? Call now and get It done 3625. II I I per mo.
for the summer months. Call I
LARGE 1 bedroom, furnished
wanted: Carpenter desires 372804. .after S P.M. for freestimat. apartment. 417 N. E. 4th Avenue. I I 1442 NE 16th Pli "

work. Repairs remodel In 9. $45 month. Phone FR 4-385 3 BR. Vlj bath $400 down. | 1
Ph. 1-4102. BUILDING. remodeling painting. nights and Sunday FR 4-7142. II| I" per mo. ,
block and cement work. Good ,
work. Good prices. Phone I 2 8R. 10 x 50' Mobile: home I I I PALM VIEW
468- N.W. 38th Dr.
Ii 1701
CosmeticsPO3TlN5 1872. private fence 100 x 70" lot i .
2020 NW 31st. PI.: FR 41110. :i 3 BR 2 bath. $350 do.' $87 ESTATES

lit : open fur ldu.e MI UpholsteryUPHOLSTER No_children. $75 mo. i, :4: =I per mo. t NW 39th Terr. & :

Gainesville .
surrounding areas AIR COND. 1x30 Trailer with ca .
; Air Conditioning For details call or write to Mrs. bana. 2 bedroom on bus line to Ii f 4527 & 4617 SE lit PI. NW 16th Ave. -

Johnnie Turner Marl. Dist. Director your furn.twre at ton and campus. $40. FR 2-2914. I I 4518 & 4608 SE 2Ad PI. ;
C5 fc Vivane Woodard Cos- reasonable prices. Call Sally. I.t II i 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $M $16,000 to $20,950FERNWOOD .

.'T BALL- Air conditioning metics. pnone 376-l4ga or e2i N. Experienced. FR *-.UU.I EAST SIDE j-y I | per mo.

Hot Air-Hot Waler) heating and Main St.FIRE. S 5w : I i

drigerltlon. Ptu 372183..Tears 15 I SewingA1terationsI GARDENAPARTMENTS i 303 SE 38th St.
Experience. I 304 & 314 SE 39th St.

EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA j 3 R, 1 bath 1500 dn.
Appliance Repair & I ao sewing of ell 157 per month opGainesville's I erB mo.z MANOR

AQji Conditioning EXTINGUISHER FIRE CO. I C.kinds Asben& ,Dressmaking.3436 NW. 17th Mrs.Terrace. W.. Finest 11 Ii SUI NW39thSt. & ;

Sales and Service I I
Ad types, ef Fire ExQnguHhersPick 372-C&55.! Furnished or unfurnished : I 13th PI. :
ALTERATIONS Lovely 1 and' 2 bedroom apart The following are wider
-1 HANDYMAN SHOP C, R. up Thomas and delivery Ph. -374919 service ,, also on women'scicttung buttonholes, ment. .3W RE ,flit St. Phone J7T6CS *- *e 11 11i 1 struction and whO be $12,250 to $15,000WESTMORLAND .

FirtT In air It belts. & | for occupancy soon.
conditioning and Ap- Glin sviHf'. Fla. dressmaking. Call ;
..: ?nee_repairs. F R 4427.T" t 372.6S T. I 1 BR. LR Kit., alt utilities fur. i i i iI I
NW 29th Ave.
I nfehed except gas for cooking. 3224 I'I'I

:BENNY GRAY Sun Want Ads Sewing Machine Repairs 145 me '11 NE 3rd Ave. (Rear). .:-: ;.;l4 ..;. -'A
FO* Efficient Qjallty FR 2-0999. I .;J' : ".'tI'JtI:... .. I per me

ervic. & Rea onable Rates t aV 1 BR 1 blk from campus I ESTATES
CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. l f 3236 NW 29th Are.
CALL 376-4879 sir toAd optIonal S7e S101
e._ THE Gel Results Ave.VICE 376-1075.CO. 115 We W. repair University all Call McKinney Green Inc.perme. The MonticelloNow I 3 BR, 2 bath, S700 dn. 191i Addition No. 2

EtfCTRICAL APPLIANCE !h-WOrK fully guaranty' 312.3617. per me. NW 39th Dr.Cr

3 MEDICAL CENTER r ROOM furnished apt. nice *, I 3301 & 3311 NW 8th Ave.
Tires Alignment ctea/w For married couples only.
E.XZRGENCY refrigeration and air Mortgage BrokerFHA Adults. no pets. Rent rea For Your Inspection S NW 30th Av.. $20,000 to $30,000All
conditioning In your home. Free Brake Service sonable. Call 374-7844. Open !i.4 BR 2 bath. S454 dn, **1i

enunates. 24 hour service. Pn. per mo.
and conventional at lowest Efficiency apt.. water furmsnedS3S

W.1J30, current rates. Terms to 25 VACATION SPECIAL per mo. 3SOS N.W. 17th St.Call .1.. Don't fail to see this popular model this i & 3224
years. will gladly discuss at no ON famous nationally known Mohawk l McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- I 323S
Appraisal Service obligation. Call tomorrow. tires . save up to 3<17. '. 5' week. Over 1600 square feet of enclosed S I NW 30th Ave. City Services

J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor 50% on new tires. See our new bedroorrs. bath and Vs. Priced I I 3 BR, 2 tarn $ M dn. see

.T' FRED B. ARNOLD 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 1-4414 wrap around retread that gives ITS per month. Students wel space with four bedrooms two baths and a f i I per mo.
** REALTORAL FRED B. more mileage & traction. Let come. .Water furnished. Call FR I
ESTATE APPRAISAL. REALTORFHA mer Tire Co. 623 N 99.10Sf. 22907. paneled-Florida room gives your family plenty ; E[ 3330 & 3320 Monthly Payment

-. SERVICE AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 2 BR. furnished apartment. No j it I S 30th Ave. From $74.38
UI ,V. UNIV. AVE. PH 37?.35?? WINDOW CLEANING 31V S. E. of room to grow! Spacious living room and NW
pets. tth St Sao month. 3 BR I bam US dn S7Uei
"" i F
U1': _W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 373522 Phone FR 4-mi. this 1 > .
Aoto Equipment WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned separate dining room too. Inspect big / I per mo.j
BR. furnished .
MORTGAGE MONEY *nd waxed, houses 1 apt. water fur. .. _, ."!!III
washed. II j > ""
5'A per cent interest. Terms te yrs. experience. Free estimate. nished. 4141 M'JV 12th Tr. VA one with colonial styling .now. ._. c: '" Min. Down-FHA
HVaxAUUC JACKS rebuilt & 2s years. Phone FR 25555.Yard per RM. Catt 37-2Ml er 37e2t30a
eetanged. Repair km for BUY BUILD REFINANCE lor .Mr. Haynes. : *' FOR lENT Nothing Down -
Walker Jack Factory al.lftlorlz.Ct. Call I Monticello Located ot N.E. 31st Ae. and_ 15th St._ I

: Walker Agent. Hydraulic HULL BRAKE JacRS.rwlcs $M NW 1J Dan St Byrd J tt. FR JJS11 Work i NE BR location.S7S per I me.BR.Call*6t Joe per. J > I I 124 sr 7tlt Sf.r .

SERVICE SUPPLY 1J14 5. 374-347 days. 37t-lM3 ..eft f\9I. t IBR.lBath
AWBH' ''7 GLADYS SirUm Realtor. FHA FOR tne best lace a rest. Osteens I I; t Year tease, $1C per Ato.I SALES OFFICE
I Lawo
end conventional loan Low Mowing Service. Fr. eft* I
FRGlass I rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221V irta'e. CaJ FR 61417.ADVERTIS52 ROOF LEAKING? Soles Office Located 'I i NW 39th Terr. &
Only" ?
] 'Ave. S7J3. I II '

FORDYCE and Associates* Inc. SERVICE DtRECTOHV r THE T\er.\! ts M substitute for j- At NE 23rd Blvd. I i ALL OUR HOMES ARE .. NW 16th Ave.

AUTTJ GLASS Is our enty buiinK -1 Conventional and F.H.A. leans wa.ity service. Can and 11th Terrace i OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- Tel. FR 2-9545 or
I wiTh tow rates and long term GAINESVILLE ROOFING i JOY SEEING ANYTM.'8 IF 9f.
IIMIt ate installation Sun Phone 372-3471
t..... pickup & oelivery. Add: loans our specialty. Quick COIH'ot.otlSo Want Ads 372-C3M FREE ESTIMATES YOU WILL JuST Nights and HolidaysFR
confidential service.. Call ALi WCRK GUARANTEED !f. 1)23) $.E 4!h CAlL'1 69048I1Ii
WHtJLOIN-S b Wly' ti value AUTO tolour GLASS car CO.I V4IZ3 University or Avenue.come by Grace'M West Fordyce. I Get Results 1J 2232.E.HatisThOZnRd.y.Y YEAR BONDED SHINGLES. BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS I i FR e-KCl or FR

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I 54 Business Rentals 65 Antiques 66 Mica For Sol.US 66 Mica For Sal 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Miae .Fer $It,. 66 MIse .'. Sale I

\ AIR CONDITIONED 1 1 TONi Feooers window type air
NEARLY, new modern office or ANTIQUE ORGAN W. China .31 cat. MI carbine. new condltkn KEROSENE H.W. neater 30 oaL NEW 1964 conditioner. guaranteed per. DON'T merely rtghien your ,.r-
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. cabinet $17. Victorian mirror Jlfc with 30 ros. of hunting excellent' condition. Save money. Automatic Zit Zagag drop hi feet. First tlOO gets W. Phone petsElu Lustre themellm Berkley MotorsTOPCONDITIONED
Ph. FR, 4-2472, Weseman Realty... 513 N.W. sm Ave. ammo. $. Call FR 2.c61. See It. Make reasonable offer. Call earns tor fancy stitches buttonholes 37M20 or 37449. Irk nato shampooer rapid reselling.Si. Rent McDaniell elec-
: 1113 N. Main SL ANTIQUE roll top desk for sale. FOR SALE West. washer deluxe 374-51M. a p p Itques monograms SINGER reconditioned. new con Furniture Co. Gainesville Shopping -
SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call Good working condition. Needs range. air corxU window fans. GOOD hearing Is one of your most etc. ISO up. Easy terms. Sewing sole fully guaranteed. Full price Center. ,
Dan Byrd. 372-2511.' reflftlshl", J12S. Phone FR *. couch, various ether fora. Come valuable assets. Don't neglect It. Machine Service Co.. its W. Univ. only S32.40. Buy on easy terms.
Ave. Ph. :37i1075.SPORTERIZED
t SUe. see an OFFICE SPACE for rent. 424 N. 20th PL 372.2311.TYPEWRITER ca today. 620 N. Main SL j '
.Main St. Phone V..14O If no FR 3044 and Savage new S49JS, used 13U5.
FOR SALE bedroom suite. dbl.
; S10.
adding machIns
answer 372-1123. 66 Misc For Sate. 129. water skis Si windowfan 4OWS.ART BOOKS I Hornet rifles both: excellent target dresser bookcase bed & chest Like new. I
:t 30x10' CCB warehouse with restroom N. boat ladder S2, lawnmower FAMOUS Artist course set of 4. sights ammo available! 1 yr. old. like new S12S. 1 used GUARANTEEDKIRBY SALES a.
drive-In door parking excellent once fired 38 Spec and 222 cases T V. good condition needs tubes SERVICE
S2 T.V. set Sit. books Call FR 2-0521 after 4 p.m. -
location. 523 W. Univ. .. for reloaders. 3S Spec and 45 Pn. J7M744 call at 712 N. Main. FR 4-7110 or 61117.
f. NOW you can enjoy cooking with 3 cents ? record 1 cent only M or
Ave. In rear. $75 per month. gas. Gas range, used installed radio Si. Gainesville's busiest INTERNATIONAL Harvester refrigerator .- ammo regular and match} camp 3831 SE 15th S!. BRAND NEW
Ph 374-1204 374448V $40. GE range 510.Both stove cabin tent with fly; TA
FREE $65 little store. Brants. 513
with our LP gas. N.W. ..Ifh In condition. Citt EvI HP Rotary Mower like
SEWING MACHINE: Singer Automatic
complete. Propane LP Gas _Ave._ I after 4-30. unused x30 Pecar 144 UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG.
inston 591-551 Binocular
: 56 Business Opportunities_ 5110.SW Archer Road. Phone fR. MAALOX ...._.. .. .... 17 cents BEAUTIFUL emerald cut solitaire Dayton %HP Elec Motor Vt to button Zig holes Zag.monograms drop In", cams sews makes button holes appliques AND SAVE-SAVE-SAVE!
11- MAKING MONEY Lady Brooke Shoe color ...$1.2 diamond ring. Appraisal value r Pipe Threading Ktt VIand I on buttons. Take up 8 payments fancy stitches sews on buttons
GDI'S PHARMACY W Magnetic Tape Lettering etc. Only S8S or $4.50 per mo.
$700 wilt sell for Jess. Can FR I at Sf.ll each. Call 372-2051.
\ THE IceF Wt.T ltbig busi USED Chain Saws ISO up. New 11* Central Plaza (next to VYInn M570 after 4 Set. Micrometers, assorted 815 W. Univ. Ave. 3741075. Free
4 hp saws SWJS. We repairall Dixie) For prescriptions .. cos p.m.STRAWBERRIES tools all bargains 372- I GOING out of the building busi delivery within 35 miles.
ness. Be the to the ParTlce
one own chain saws lawn _rs. metics. I. D. L. Drugstore._ for sale. 25 cts. 8027. ness. Will sell all kinds and
Ice vending franchise In Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. quart you pick .' off sizes of doors for Vs price. Also 70 Baats-Marint Equip I 64 T-BIRD, Landau fully equipped
I I your area. High gross profits'with' Wisconsin and Briggs. stratton ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Lawtey and State Farm road. 2 BR suites. 1 living rm. suite boor locks and hinge Various $4995
nominal supervision. For air conditioning
Double stack complete. Nothing with end table & coffee Including
table. electrical tights and fixtures
dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR
full details call write MI 7. ..... _
or : else to $15. 8r.
.:u 11. buy dinette set refrlg. .. 1 desk. also laloustes and awnings win ,r RE3AL LANiER Cabin Cruise
4343.Wimam 513 NW. 8th Avenue. MOBILE HOME CENTRAL AIR All In modern. Call FR 4-Jlsi. dows various mould-
'A.'Maiseft Associates BY and types of and trailer. Phone 2-5489. 64 CHEVROLET, Super Sports. 4-speed
FR 4-0848 between 10 A.M.and
T.V.'S USED 129.t5 up. portable table Ing.
191 W. Fairbanks Avenue Wallpaper. Me a Roll & consoles guaranteed.'s COLEMAN. MOVING must sacrifice new Caloric 6 PJM. 1. CORRECT Craft Inbotrd. 135 trans. 2,500 actual miles. Bucket
I Park: Florid Phone Dan FR 44247.Al gas stove dresser vanity I HP Grey Marine engine boat
HARPER PAINT CO. optional. College Radio FR
e-7731. HANDYMAN SHOP chairs Hollywood beds. Good GOOD used refrigerator SM. call I and trailer. $1,000 cash. Phone seats radio heater. Save! .$3095
I ,I. Wanted to. Buy 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4344 First ,In Appliance Repairs \. FR 60410. FR 4-CM. FR 24245. -

CANTED: water cooler must be rebuilt washing machines sallflsh. 4'r. By Al Pfleguer.
priced reasonable and In good new SM. Now SO. Like new. dishwashers refrigerators and Miami. Fla. Only S145. The Tackle clean. $695
working condition. Call 3724441 Guaranteed. appliance repairs call Dan at FR Box. UfO Hawthorne Rd. --
1. ext. 20,, S-5 weekdays.WE THE KIRBY co. 40247Al 63 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe extra
I 712 N. Main FR 4-7119 or 4-1117.
BUY and Hit all kinds of fur.niture. First in appliance repairs. "44 Automatic Zig Zag Sewing For clean. Low mileage $2695
Makes fancy stitches jj
stoves refrigeratorsclothes REFRIGERATOR. 12 Ft. Late Machine. [ ]
radios' TV etc Cad model Frlgldaire. Clean excellent ALMOST new large electric r.e.SSG. with In cams. S12 cash.
.1 FR J3W7. I. 4-0644 condition.after 5:30.SIM. Call FR $43 Crosley or $80 electric for both.refrigerator Almost- pick Phone drop 3722051.payments of $7.42 ea. 63 CORVETTE, Sting Ray hardtop and

--FENCE WANTED new record player $40 or exchange soft tops $3995
UTILITY TRAILER. Wide I wheels for tape recorder. Will RIFLE 270. mouser action
Chabr 'link -preferred Redwood straight axle, good condition. I pay lOIN difference for right chrome lined barrel. glass -- -
-. acceptable. I will move It. Phone STB. Call FR 6-0844 after 5:30. recorder. Can FR 4-4135. beded custom stocked. 4 power 56 f FORD, Fairlane 4-dr. sedan. Extra
FR 471U after 4 FR "'117. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY scope. extras. Trade for excellent $595
REMINGTON 12 ga. pump 30 guitar. clean .
IncIbael., full choke cleaning Chalrs..low as U., No money arched top Gibson
64 Household. Go aI kit shells, and case. Like new ,down low as $5 per month. Box 1074 Yankeetown. Fla.
condition. $75. 37242O. Free estimates pickup and delivery SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAG 55 FORD, Convertible, auto trans., '

... T-A-G APPLIANCESTested THE best costs less. Broil with Phone service.3747784.LOW All work guaranteed. Drop-In cams for decorative designs radio heater. Good top $595
and Guaranteed your broiler door closed no buttonholes monograms.sews ---
.42 Refrigerators from S39 vp smoke or fumes In your kitchen. square-shaped Walnut table on buttons. its S7.00 Per -AuTmTHEALEY Mark II '3000'
t Ranges from S3* up Call Fullgas. your Phllgas dis $10; table lamp new. $$> gold m c. Balance S48. W. Univ. 62. ,
17 Washers from lit \if tributor. "5392J. scatter rug S3; Call 374-5440 Ave. Phone 374-1C/5. IHii':1I roadster $2095
I S Dryers from $.* up
2 Food-Freezers: from $"* up J. .
2 Dishwashers' from $49 up 63 FORD, Golaxie 500 harcjtop.
10 TV Sets from $35 vp Cream Puff $2495
I JIM mileage.
.,. 41* NW ath Ave.Ph. 372-5303 No Down Payment! "

MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL .. KEL- 63 PONTIAC 2-dr. hardtop loaded
VINATORS. New automatic I including factory: air .$2995
.Washers from $138 9*.

New New Freezers Refrigerators from from $1395.1151.... 21 months before YOUR first I 62 CHEVROLET, Impala 4-dr. sedan.

WE New SERVICE Icemaker refrtg.WHAT from WE $27 SELL*..5. I Air conditioned too! .$2295

THE 7 SE.VARIETY 1st 4-3484.AvenueFR STORE Payment is due. (July 2, 1964)) P I 60 Cleanest CHEVROLET one ,in Impala this area 4dr..sedan.$1695

: CHEST 51. youth bed $10 card
table $1. dresser $d, platform
rocker S8. wardrobe $10 playpen These cars are completely recDnditioned. Some have new paint jobs, 63 FIAT 1100-D 4-dr. sedan. Radio.

Used$7 furniture baby bed bought$12. buffet& sold.$12. some have brand new tire:. Every one of them is ready to gol MERCURYNO heater .$1295_
Brants. 513 N.W. ash Ave. Closed
Mondays. E sFFIATTSpyder $795



Take Over PaymentsSAILOR 59-A 60 FALCON, 2-dr. $48.00

country being taking transferred his family out with of 157-A S9 RAMBLER, 4-dr. $46.50 sales Test the Sunbeam "Imp"
him wants someone to take ever up 1311 No Better Value i
82-A 59 MERCURY $53.75 I
payments on his furniture It Car featuresRacing
O 16 Unique Sports
appliances. FURNITURE
I consists
of sofa .. chair In high I 138-A 59 RAMBLER, Wagon $53.75 Around! I
grade nylon, converts to bed. I I
j 2 end tables with matchingcockt.n. 36-8 59 OPEL, 2-dr. $31.00 I .
2 lovely lamps reclining
chair. 101 sq. ft. of carpet. 202-A 59 BORGWARD, 2-dr. ,$24.00 I! 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline
6-A 58 FORD 4-dr. $34.00 EASY TERMS! service interval
BEDRM. consists of full size dresser I 5,000 mile

Boys', chest room&consists 4-4 bookcase of set bed.maple S1-A 57 IMPF.RIAL. Loaded nice. $46.50

bunk beds with match In. 33-C 57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr. $31.00 INSTANT APPRAISALS!IC'I $
chest 7 pc. dinette with formica SI
top. Family size retrlger.ator
& stove also Included. 134.8 57 FORD..WaQon $24.00 ?
; 150-8 57 FORD. 4 dr. $24.00
BAL DUE $297 sales are op 131*in just a year'N1HWorld's I .
WKLY PAYMTS $2.50No In-B 57 STllnJqA I( Wagon $24.00. DDrabilityCbaurpi.! WIDE MODEL SELECTION!

money down. no payment U-17 55 CHEV., 2-dr. Nce. $31.00 -S.", .pwlod'64 va.'ssCRANE
til May. Ask for Sears Furniture I
hi storage at
NATIONALFURNITURE Lots of Other Models for Less Money! Motors

i WAREHOUSE Lincoln-Mercury
3422 Beach BtvaFL MS41 I
Open DAILY ''Sat. M. Sun. 124
Jacksonville Fla. Ridgway Motor (0. "In the Auto Game Berkley's the Name"I

USED APPLIANCES "It's Easy to Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury"
RANGES FROM 395.: 2.4373ALL
Refrigerators from $4995. 2201 N. Main
i TV from 506 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251
WE SERVICE WHAT WE! SELL 1132 South Main St. FR 2.8433 I
7 I.E. lit Avenue
, FR 4-3484.

II .t


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. $2195
pedal deluxe 4-dr sedan. Automatic transmission, en vinyl TOWN"Northcentral

Pontiac Interior. Sharp .TUIW
Tropical 5

i 63 BUICK . $3695

Electra 4-dr sedan. Factory ir conditioning. Power steering.
64 PONTIAC TRADEINSAT brakes and windows and seats. 1-Owner local trade In. Clean '

Florida's Largest Ford Dealer

GIANT DISCOUNTS! 63 VW . . $2195

Deluxe bus. Divided front seats. Side curtains Radio heater
: SAVE UP TO $300.00 seat belts. Low mileage. OVER 250, NEW' & USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROMBRAND

I 63 CHEVROLET $1495
Now $2795 .
63 PONTIAC, Was $2995,
K Ton pickup track. Turquoise finish. Excellent condition. NEW Self Adjusting

CatalIna hardtop 'coupe. V-8 automatic transmission. Brakes
power st.erlng and brakes. Power sects radio heater 62 CHEVROLET $2495 1964 FALCON
and factory air conditioning! White with red Interior.
low Impala Mr sedan. Super Sports power steering and brakes. Air s 6,000-mile Oil
I'-Owner mileage.
: conditioned radio heater extra clean. 11000 miles.

_63 CHEV. .Was $2295 .. Now $2095 62 FALCON . $1495Station 36,000mileLubrication

wagon deluxe model. While with" blue Interior. Automatic ',
\ 4dr. sedan V-8. automatic power steering. ransmhslon, radio heater.6TFAGUAR.
.heater. 1 low mileage.
[ owners -
Oil Filter

:63 CHEVY' I II I, Was $2395, Now $2195 I XKE Solid white finish. . $3995 v O Air Cleaner

6-poisenger station wagon automatic radio, heater, air
conditioning too! Real low mileage. Extra dean. 61 OLDSMOBILE $1495

F-U deluxe model. V4 engine automatic radio, boater

62 FORD .. Was $1395 .. Now $1295 SPECIAL
.' $895
4-cV. sedan, radio, hut.r. UI' sedan standard nW, radio! beater.

61 FORD .. Was $1695 .. Now $1495 61 VALIANT $995
. .
Country sedan station wagon automatic radio heater, V-WO. J-dr hardtop. Sharp Nagw W od
and brakes. air conditioning.
power steering Factory

61 BUICK . $1450 MeTfKe rmu: :rcamyame

4-dr hardtop. Automatic power stterktg. brakes radio heater .
Attractive royal blue finish. r iBABDXCf
NEYrbercY aIL .

SAT. 'TIL 6 60 'BUICK . $1495 a '
-F Hawthorns
Invite 4dr sedan. Automatic factory- air cnodnioned radio.hater. .
Come by and meet these courteous salesmen. L. 'Htasott. Oean. GA1NESVI
Bud Thompson. Buford Bnmson R. G. Clifton. F. Tvns-

tall Jerry McAllister62TEMPESTr 60 CHRYSLER ,. -.o $1495 Mtocnopy

Saratoga >dr hardtop Fully equipped Including air

Was $1495 Now $1295

60 BUICK . .. $1495 '.
.4-dr. sedan automatic, radio, heater, 1-owner, low mile LeSabre station wagon. Power steering brakes, radio heater
.age. Extra clean. automatic transmission.

61 COMET ... Was $995 .. Now $895 59 BIJICK.$895 MUSTANG HARDTO rceo+ GALuaz swa-r a HAROTO .
4-dr. Sedan. Automatic transmission radio, heater.

2-dr. sedan, radio heater.

59 MERCURY $795

59 FORD .... Was $895 .... Now $695 44r. hardtop. Power steering, brakes, radio heater automatic

4dr. sedan. automatic transmission radio heater factory transmission. SEE 'THE UNEXPECTED FROM FORD"

air conditioning. Sharp. NO MONEY DOWN SPECIALS

-- 59 FORD 4-dr. sedan .,. $34.39 per mo. MUSTANG. NOW ON DISPLAY AT OUR SHOWROOM

54 MERC. ..... Was $295 .... Now $1454dr. 58 BUICK 4-dr. sedan 32.00 per mo.

57 BUICK. 2-dr. hardtop .. $29.00 per mo.

sedan, automatic, radio heater. 57 CADILLAC sharp a. ,$42.00 per mo. "Satisfied Customers-Our Most Important Asset"MOTOR

Several ether low-pnceJ-transportotioa; canto 57 PLYMOUTH, clean .$24.00 per mo.

choose ".... 56 ,BUICK, 2-dr. hardtop $25.00 per mo.

56 OLDS, 2-dr. hardtop . $25.00 per mo.

TROPICAL PONTIAC 59 E. FORD a good buy! $17.00 per mo. SHAW and KEETER

55 FORD stand shift . $15.00 per mo. COMPANYOPEN

PHONE FR 6.5371Gainesville
220 N.W. 8th AVE. FR 2-2583 703 N. Main St. FR 6.7571 'I.


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22 Gainesville,Sun 'Friday, A Drill 7. .1964'

70 Boats -Marine 85 Aotomobileii'for Sal. 85 Automobiles for- Sale
Equip. 77 Mobil Homes for Sale 85 Automobiles for Salt

n FT.moo v-bottom plywood boat BRING out the' best In your car. FOR SALE. 1961 Volkswagen. For- I I
Bottom '.flberglassed. Trailer. HOUSE trailer 10 x 50, alt -equip Falcon 1943 2-door standard shift Superior. Auto painting 4. body tion of equity and take up
M H. P. Motor. and Ski Equipment men:. H. Bauer, route 301. Excellent condition. Ass u m e work. Fast dependable service ments.. Phone FR M144. pay YO R
$250.00 374-59M after 400 Hampton. Fla.Spring. payments. Call FR 2-3542 f'to t free pickup, delivery. WRIGHT'S CASH for I WEEKEND SPECIALS! CHOICE!
your old car. H &.H Mot-
P.M or anytime weekends. FORD XL 1943", 10,000 mites A.T.. BODY WORKs.. .2031 NW 4th SL ora. 1636 SE
2Q CABIN cruiser R A H, P.$., bucket seats. small FR 19707. 3rd. Ave. .
40 HP trailer. equity assume balance. Phone $108 CASH for 1953 Ford sedan. 44 .
Mercury. Sleeps X Many CLEAN Oldsmobile station FORD J-dr Fast Bade SOO. 427 Motor less
extras. Phone FR J-33S7. 454-1691. wagon. New motor A 4 new tires. Phone miles. 4-speed transmission. Positive then 140 6J METEOR 4-dr. $2395 60 RAMBLER,
: 1958.Excellent condition. Reasonably FR traction rear
2.1021. end. This
14 FT. t FORD station wagon 1957 .WWS priced. FR 2-8449. Jewel eS. white with! red ltertor1 Clrpet. Special Wagon .: $595
Penn-Yan boat & Gator : 'auto trans, Thunderbird engine. PLYMOUTH this .,.. .... price 63 STUDEBAKER, -
trailer In excellent condition. SAVINGS'SALE. a $95 Friday and Sat. of only. .......... $jj j
A 1943 Spitfire -
2nd bargain.Place.After 5:00 P.M. 103 SW FORD 1954 condition.must see 372-886 to appreciate. a real.. Here' sports Is your car at chance an excellent to get CHEVY FCRD 52 54 S100$125 .for 44 CHEVROLET..,_..*., ..,,..4-dr.....Impala-. ..,, ..hardtop...-.... -..New.. ....This.. going S299S 4-dr. . $1995 60 COMET, 4-di. $1045
1307 E. Univ.. Ave. be FORD 50 jJ5Q 62 TEMPEST. Mr Convertible, baby blue. White top. Rafo 62 STUDEBAKER
LONE price. Call FR 23032. 59 DODGE
1 STAR fiberglass 14 fore 5:00 p.m. FORD pick up truck '$265 and heater. This Is one of the cleanest to $745
BRAND NEW 2$ HP. electric LEAVING must sell at once 62 Impala AI Herndon. 916 S.E. 4th St. a car lot. This one going Friday and Sat for appear, on 4-elr. . $1295
'start generator. Gator Champ Ford 1956 stick shift. Excellent cony. toM radio 43 BUICK 4-dr. only $1795 59
1961 Maroon red PLYMOUTH.
YOU CAN BUYA ELECTRA Interior. Loaded air -
tilt condition. S395. H & H Motors. convertioJe. conditionIng -
FR 23241.trailer. Excellent bvy $45. BEAUTIFUL 1636 S. E. 3rd Avenue. heater power steering. Call aft Excellent shape. ps. PB, PW power steering, brakes power windows this Is a beau- 62 VW, 2-dr.:. $1395 Wagon, air . $695
er 5 FR 2-4440. radio heater tiful family sedan., .real dean.
15' Crosby Flberylass boat with 1964 HOMEMAKER LANCER 61. mod-770 4 Dr. c-stkk y743 Micro-Bus deluxe model !;$4OI'M\d take white over walls.payments.Loadd ... ,... ..... .. Asking. this weekend sam only 62 LINCOLN, 59 PLYM.
50 new tires. 37,000 mL BaL $960.Mr. Call FR a-tt43 U GRAND PRIX. dr/'wtth"bea"utifui white"'totertorV Wagon $395. :
Hp Evlnruo motor trailer. 10' wide 2 radio. heater, curtains low mileage tonightl I Red .
bedrooms 4 dr.- _
Baiwin. 374-4404. $3995
all In excellent condition. Good clean. Split fron carpet. Like new. Red outside. A beautiful
buy at 11190. May be seen at MG-TD Roadster, "Si. 2 new seat Price very $2.195. Melton Motors. i 1962 R 'FALCON S' $T'2753918 station See wagon.after 5:00 S-S end only.. .. '... ................ ........... .. ..This. week-$1775 59 FORD, 4-dr. $6'S-
Gator Marine. Only $2987 tires, needs engine repairs. 703 N. Main St., FR 6-7OT. S.E. 15th St.- FR S-8504. I Some or all these cars at .Arde Strait 62 FALCON, 2-dr. $1395
15 fiberglass boar Sound body must selL $400. Call can be 59 FORD, 4-dr. $39s'
with shift.
35 h-p. 3744140 1941 Corvalr Coupe. stick purchased with or without a down payment. AH trade-
Evlnrude, trailer top & con You anytime. S99S. Phone 372-0245 or 372-3407 87 Automobiles Wenter ins will be accepted on these cars. 62 COMET 4-elr. $1495
save $6001 Get the
on spot
trols. 2017 NE 17th Ter. $450. OLDS 1960. 2-door. factory stick. 59 CAD., 4-dr. .
bank rate financing Only Good 19S7 BUICK. new paint lob. $350. 42 RAMBLER.Ur Classic. Green finish. Black $2250
cond. and
S87S. white
U' TURNER Craft with top It 35 10 pet. down.PAYMENTS. 1954 OLDS. Phone 372-5928 or 3723407. Interior. White wall tires. Radio, 62 COMET, 4-dr. $1495 ;

HP.rude elec.Lark start tilt trailer long shaft Evln- Good Young,running 3725097.cond. $200. Ronnie 1962 4 dr. Galaxie 1372.3681- $195. Wanted.and Chevrolets.1950 thru 916 1954 S.E.Fords 4tt only ..... '"-.-..,...,..-..........heater........t.This. ..... weekend- SlOfS 59 CHEV. Wagon $915
compass. ONLY St. AI We have 3-1959 Fords of various colors. | 61 RAMBLER,
Phone 372-0245 Some
0 Herndon with
anchor running lights., new bat. PONTIAC, air-condition. R S Service Station. I .. ... ...,..... .._. retractable -
tery. life preservers. fire ext.. 2 H, power steering, brakes. Call I960 Ford Sunllner convertible, 54 'CHEVY tops, ? : .... ........ .. $995 Wagon .. $795 .57 NG. FOR k -
4-gaL tanks. Good condition. $11 FR 2.5457.RAMBLER new top A new paint lob. $* *. FOR THE CORRECT 'Bel-Air hardtop red and black with white and $1U
Week red Interior. Automatit
$700. FR {- "'. a or37W407. transmission, radio, heater. This carwont 61
Classic. 1963. White. 2- Phone 372-5928 TIME. last long at this price ,.,...?...................... $995 4.elr. $1195
U SPORT RUN-ABOUT. 30 HP dr., power steering. R1H Can be 1943 COMET. 4 dr. Custom $1595. THUNDERBIRD, loaded with accessories factory air clean 57 MGA, roadster $745
big twin Evlnrude motor. Trailer THIS WEEKEND refinanced or take up payments. Phone 372-5928 or 372-3407. Inside and out ................_...;__ ........_...... $189 61 FALCON 4-dr. $895 -: -
large round ted box Excellent cond. FR 2-5992. 1943 Manta Coupe h ft. FR 2-1411 56 FORD, Wagon $295
We have
springs and legs. Plane many cars priced from $58 to $75. These Ire
Excellent condo 372- .
TRIUMPH TR-X Mint condition.Red bucket seats. $1695. trade-Ins and they run. All without tags. Must 61 FALCON, 4dr. $995
FR 2-2411 or 1259 N. W. 60th St. Trailer i 3723407. Courtesy Of I go this
Mart or
hard top Michelin tires i weekend at some price. 53 HILLMAN, '
12" PLYWOOD fishing boat fiber 130 MPH. 38 miles to gallon 1960 4-door, V... Savoy Plymouth, I University ChevroletN. S7 CHEVROLET, Bel-Air, 2-<1r. 61 COMET, 4-dr. $1195 Wagon . .. :J'nSI
glass bottom trailer. $75. Phone electric overdrive. S1395. Fed- heater stick 00. See at hardtop V-8 automatic coinpare I i I
FR M977 after 5:00 P.M. ofPalatkaSouth eral Quality Homes 4328 NW 1106 N.E. fib shift.$9or call FR 2- Main St. at 16th Ave. [ with other prices .'. and you will buy this gent $558
13th St. S7 BUICK (2). Both run good. Body's in fair condition. Your 61 COMET, Wata. $1295 51 WILL S, Wagon $225
72 Office LluipmefttGAINESVILLE'S on U.S. 17 3725204. Gainesville. 1"a choice only .......... ........ ... .. ..,..... ..... $195 .'
'GAINESVllLEAUTO On-the-Lot Financing. We finance anybody. We take boats I 61 CHEY.. 4-elr. $1395 48 CHEY" 4.elr. .. $145I
motors or anything of value as a down payment
flee supply dealer largest, volume Chesnvfs of- "Come In and pay us a visit I

to Office come Equipment In and shop.Co..Invites or can you for 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals Well tell you the age 1007 N. Main St. ARDEN.STREIT MOTORS Crane. Lincoln Mercury

free delivery. Chesnufs Office Phone FR 2.6313 .
Equipment Co.' 106 W. Univ. RENT a truck ene-waY, anywhere
Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. In the USA. from United RenV Northccntral Florida's 15 NW 16th Arc. FR 2,0486
of used VWs. -
_Alls. as NW tth Ave. FR 4-JS35 our I Largest 516 S. Main St. FR 24251Haven't
73 Musical Merchandise Independent Dealer
Motorcycles & Scooters
ORGAN SALEOf (But you don't have to tell a soul.). .
Christmas Left VESPA. like new with accessories
overs. All
new organs. Savings up to 30 Cost S1U. near Call UO Immediate sale Volkswagens don't give away their age.
702 per W.cent.Univ.Earrs Ave.Piano 372.2222 Co. They look the same year after year. Other Ii You Heard ?

SPINET Piano i 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS reasons why they're such good buys: The
used. Mahogany I
finish with matching bench $395. money you'll save on gas. Oil. 'Tires. The : -'S '
Grldley Music Co. FR 25353. SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP biggest difference between a new and a f
ONE upright piano In good CondI- Your cart pep & power show used VW is the owner. ..I r ; ** I
tion price $150 or .best offer. up with atone-up It BROWN'S .. y' 1964 RAMBLER
Call FR 2-1744. or come by and 'SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed 62 VW Sedan, pearl White ,s. ; :=.: : MERCEDES-BENZ] jf lq
recapping A
see at 1311 SW wheel alignment, IJt
14th St. with brick red leatherette : '
109 N. ,1 i
Main. FR_ 4-4310. JJlj ;! .t< ;
RED & white Stanelll/ accordion, Interior. Radio, white- .
12 .; .' .. <*,, ... 't L \ The Lowest-Priced American-Built car
Also !
chord organ. 4&3.475.Automotive. Sllvertone new . :.. .. $1395 I .iI'i: K. '. '. V,.... .
BUICK, "53 Special radio heater 61 VW Sedan, ruby red.AMFM Delivered
straight shift seat belts, good at Ridgway Motor Co. for
cwiditlon. 2031' NE 9t" St. Call Blaupunkt radio.
rK 6-7489.. Whitewalls excellent*con

CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVllle. dition . . $1195 only:
77 Mobile Homes for Safe' Loaded with everythinj. JSSO. 1806 57 VW Sedan; New Silver I r
38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. Grey paint mechanically

TWO bedroom noose trailer./ $900, CHEVY 54, 2 Dr., V-d, A-T. W-W sound . . $695
one bedroom house trailer $750. heater, $200. Call 372-7115. 60 FORD Falcon, clean

Can Monday be to rented.Friday Phone f to S.3744234 42 good CHEVY condition Impala convertible. In. ..,.?._. ._ $695 $1 6300
pay.ments 62 VW Station wagon, Deluxe
of $71
per mo. Call FR
WEEK -2877 between I A.M. & 4 P oM. model with sunroof.;
10x50 Mobile home and 5Ox1oo CHEVY Clean . $1895 !
lot "1'5. 1 mile S. of Paines 56. Z Dr. hard-top. R&H. u. PLUS TAX, TAG & TITLE
Prairie. All State Mobile Homes. S-S 348 engine, $49 J. FR 61 VW Station wagon,
FR 6.3052.FEDERAL ,6-4803. 103 N.W. 36th Ave. three-full seats. Excellent . ;, .-
CORVAIR Monza, '43, equipped condition . $1395 .". Top Trade-in Allowance
with radio heater white side 62 PORSCHE White with ,
QUALITY HOMES wall tires. 8.000 actual miles. ...
Assume Payments, small equi red leatherette interior. ...:, Easiest Possible Terms.
4120 NW 13th St. 441 SouthGainesville ty. Will consider older car for AM-FM Blaunpunkt radio. .

Hours I to .. Sunday 372-5113 11 to 7 ext.equity.33. Call 8-S weekdays.owner at 3724441 *adrest. Only 12.000rnile.S' .

Service Is a must with us. DODGE ROYAL 1955. 4-door. V-8. . . $3695 ECONOMY DIESEL Your New Rambler is
NOW SHOWING automatic. Radio and heater. 5
1944 MOBILE HOMES new tires. Excellent
2 Plans.and Terms 3 bedrooms.tailored all to Floor meet S3M. Phone FR 4-8080.condition. MillerBrownMotors NOW ON DISPLAY AT Waiting for You at:

your budget. Drive a little and I
save a lot at DODGE-DART

2 Miles Ridgway Motors
North on U. S. 441
Phone 4224144
Closed Sundays POOLE-GABLE 1030 E. Unir. Ave. a 506 E. UNI !,AVE. FR 2-4251
SE First Ave.
40MODELS 372-4343 FR 2-3582 1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433
17. Phone 328-1050 HAWES POWER S' MOTOR CO. t


EAST'wyArr2Trailer PALATKA tF1.0RIDAf v Ne\lr' Car Sales Have Been Terrific. ---.--._

SalesHome We're loaded with locally owned new car trade-ins AND we arc still tearing

of down and renovating our lot, that's why we have to move these ears. We need

Pacemaker Shasta and Mobil Airstream Homes the room to work!

Ocala's 123.Dealer Travel Silver Phone Ocala First-Springs 42VIJ5I Trailers Since Mobile Fla. "Blvd.Home 4 TRY US THIS WEEK! -. B & Ci MOTOR CO.

If You don't like! these low
1)51 FLEETWOOD. 10x45 2 bedroom prices e. .
awning and fence $2500.00 M'OLDS ,98 62 OLDS 98 60 CADILLAC 59 CHRYSLER
Paradise Trailer Court, FR 2- '
3270. Town sedan. Air- ond. Hardtop seda Air-cond.! Sedan, or Sedan De Ville New Yorker Hardtop

Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES Electric windows & ,seat. Tan With beige Interior. models. Choice of three. coupe, Air-cond., full

BANK SAVE FINANCING to $1.500 MAKE US AN OFFER! Low, rQileage. White. 330 One ObywnBr.&Sold G. "servAir.cond.. fully equipped power, autronic eye.
Horse ICtr .
NEW. ir wale mobile homes powe Imp c"ble Go ready to give.years of
Town I Country Trailer Sales craftsmanship. Luxury. $27'9'5 satisfactory service. .
3840 LW. Archer Rd. FR 22290. 5.0 GMAC Financing. $2595 _

16'motor.Troplcran and trailer.25 h.p.Excellent elec. start for 64 FORD, 4-dr. Galaxie 500 automatic. R&H, PS, ,Air Cond., New! .$3295 $A VE 62 PONTIAC VOLKSWAGEN

Gulf & lake fishing. Top. windshield Radio. _
and fold out seats. $500. 64 FORD, 4dr. Galaxie 500, automatic, RrHPS/ like new .>.. ....$2995 BOIneville hardtop sedan. 60. CADILLAC ,
See after 4 p.m. 4111 NW 3ith St. Air-cond. Full .8.9 5
63 OLDS '98 lher.: Sedan' White. SPECIAL ,
Green -
Trailer septic and tank 100 and x welL ISO" Will lot with sell ,64 CHEVROLET, 2dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic, V-8 ...... '.' ....$3395 Seda Aicf-cond. ette sea with t s. solid LOW PRICE. --- ---- _

together or separate. Phone FR Luxury 58 OLDS 88 ...
M075 after i p.m. 63 CHEVROLET, 4dr. hardtop, PS/ PB, R&H, Automatic, V-8 .... ......$2695 & quality. Sold G' servic$2695 $1995
ArrowTjU'x 'ed by. 'B' &' G. %. __ __ Sedan Air -.cond.GMAC .

.UI down Michigan take up monthly r pay S3M 63 PLYM, Fury, 4dr. hardtop. PS, R&H, Air Cond., cream puff ,. ;;. $2895 Financit g. 61 'CADILL" AC 60 OLDS 98 $695
. ments. Total price $1378. Call
Archer 4)5-2110 or FR *- 4.IT'S $A VE Sedan De' Ville Alr- Hardtop sed a n. Air. _. _
63 BUICK, RiYeria 2dr. hardtop, PS, PB, AC, Pow., seats and wind. .. .$3995 -----
condo Full
FOOLISHto power. White ; 58 IMPERIAL

63 SAAB 4-spccd radio heater like SAVE .... ........ $1195 with black & white in$169 S '
pay more. RECKLESS to just new, . . 63 OLDS 88 terlOt' Southam p tort. h a r dto psedan.
PlY less. GET THE REAL Air-cond. Good
$FACTS.S7.2 per month Payments with as 1300 low 63 RAMBLER, 4dr. American, ti real good buy, come see and save. .$1395 Sedan control'Aid-cond., cruise .$2995. '60 OLDS 88 solid buy. ,
Mobile LAKE Homes GENEVA Sales 63 VW, Kombi station wagon, 7,000 miles. Just like new. .... ........$1545 brakes & windows.steering. 61 CADILLAC Convertible. $89 5

Rt. 100 SE Keystone His
Fit. $159 S
3 BR trailer. Sale. rent. >lease or 63 BUICK, Special 4dr. wagon, radio, heater, sharp! SAVE .... .....$1895 $2995 Convertible. Air-cond. 58 LINCOLN
ElectriBlackc windows & seat. --
trade. Call 442-1754. .
62 CHEY 4dr. sedan R&H real Come $1595 I leather interior. 60 BUICK Capri hardtop coupe. Ex- '
FOR SALE or rent 1757 Ix2r mo- automatic, sharp. see .. .. ': ,
bile home. 2 BR. full bath plus 63 CADILLAC One own"r. rnvicta. Hardtop sedan. cellent. _

*Priced x 26 divided reasonably.furnished 227 SW cabana.1st 62 VW, Sunroof, real nice. Compare this car and price anywhere ....$1395 El j Sedan De Villa. ,Ai,.. $2995 $1395 $795

St: 62 VALIANT, 4dr. heater, 16,000 actual miles.'l Just' broken in .... .. $1345 cond.quipped.Autroh. Wllite;ic' eye! ,with fully -.J.:. ,.; __
dark blue Jntenor., ,LoW.: : 98 60 ,CHEVROLET. 5.7 CADILLAC
LOOKINGFOR 62 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. Crown hardtop, fully equipped me. air con.d.. ,'J' ..$3595 'mileage. Hardtop' cOJJpe.Jr-cond., Bel 'Air hardtop sedan. .Ai r-una' : .

VALUE? 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. wagon, (2)) PS, PB,.R&H, Auto, AC, sharp cars $1295 .., $4995. In B.eautifulwhlte'witft te r .Exceptionally blue V brakes.$. Power steering $895 .

61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. sedan, V-8, automatic, radio, heater. Clean .... .$995 nice$21'9S $1295 '57 OLDS
SEE THESE ..6.J ..IUlC" .. I '
61 SPRITE, convertible, real nice sports car. See & Save .: ............ .$945 a 225 hardtop .60 CORVAfR Alrcond'Eect

59 CHEVROLET 60 DODGE sedan. Air-cond. Fully 61. OLDS SUPER 8 Sedan, radio, heater, stick $395
Impala 4<<101'. hardtop, black- 4-dr. hardtop, Auto,. PSrR&Hr Air Cond., Sharp .. ......... .$795 equipped. White. SuPer 88. Hardtop sedan. shift-
with red Interior. V4, auto -
mttlc. '$3S9S'" POWer sturin 56 CADILLAC
power steering power $695 t

whit and heater, SAVE $ $ SUPER SPECIALS SAVE $ $ $1895 Coupe condo De V-Jtle. Air-.


57 CHEVROLET I 59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, 'FurY, Auto, PS,. R&&H, perfect car .... $845 Station economy; wagon.SeSedan.& hM1dtd.I heater. Iv owned Local-" $445' I,

B.lalr.l 4door V-t auto- 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. Crown hardtop fully equipped including air II Radio, heater, s auto trans. White. serviced by B & G. An 55 OLDS 98
matte radio and heater. 2- ... .$1095 .shift. cean. $1 0'95 outstanding ca,
tone paint. Whit walls Pow H.rdtop sedan. Air
w tteerb*. power brakes. 58 BUICK, 4-dr. sedan, PS, PB, Auto, radio, heeter Air ,cond ...... .. .. ..$595 __ $1995 $295Gabxie -COnd795 .

$745 55 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. automatic, heater, drives real good ..., .... .: ..$195 61 hardtop FORD sedan. 59 OLDS-

57 DESOTA 54 CHEVROLET 62.CADILLAC .Air-concL Power steer- Super 88 hardtop sedan. 55 CADILLAC
t-door<< hardtop. Automate! 2-dr. automatic, radio, heater, new tires ....... ............$295 .Sedan De ViUeAJr-cond. ing. Air-cond. Electric win- .xu.n.

radio. heater, power steer. 58 ,CHEVROLET, Cood for See and SaTe .... $3795 $1295 dows. Beautiful white. $200
Ing. power brakes. 2-tor transportation you . % ......$195 blue. Immaculate In-
paint. 4 brand new white
walls. tenor.
$795 61 -CADILLAC- 61 DODGE $1195 ss OLDS

Station w Pioneer Hardtop sedan.

60 CHRYSLER .. . .... ... $1395 60 PLYMOUTH .. .... :$745 condo Fleetwood Low sedan. AIr- model V8, Radio, heater, $345
56 CHEVROLET .mileaie.
I auto trans parer steer S9 BUICK

BeUIr. Radio 4-door, .heater.V-8. 2-tone a utotiatlc. New. Yorker-4-dr. hardtop, fully equ:pp.... 2-dr. ........ Automatic, radio, beater, real sharp.. Very Cadroc'sedan luxurIOUS. model. ing. A ood. soli-t ar. laSebre. Hardtop coupe.

Mint. Whit walls. I $13 95 Air-concf. 55 OLDS

$695SPECIAL, $3995 $1195 Sed.n.

61 PLYMOUTH $150

'CADILLAC' Station wag n. Roomv. S 9 CHEVROLET

56 FORD Sedan.. Air-cond. Power EConomical 6. Radio, rm ab. Hardtop sedan. 54 BUICK
VMon pick up. v-i, radio Powers Motor Co. windows &-seat. heater auto tratts. V8. Sedan.

water. 4 new tires. ;3595 1095 $995 $150V

$345 .
SEE: J. L. Smith, Frank Gray, Wilbur Sligh, Mac McCul'l ugh.

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1611 HAWTHORNEROAD "We will not be undersold or outtraded"Main 4' RATED Cadillac Oldsmobile Dealer G. W.

Home 372-5235 312 N.. St. FR 6-3400 Used Cars NEW CARS: liS SE 2nd St. . fit 6-7515
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:: !r\ 63 FORD going to have a wilder time than the Oklahoma land rush. We've stampeded p
high prices clear off the range and we're whoopin' it up with the mostroorin'
_' t; .Fairlane. ,-,door, FordOMatictransmission : tootin' value round-up ever seen in these parts. To
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Cruise-O-Matic transmission pow- $
er steering,V-8 engine radio heater PLUS 1795
cool this summer by saving money now.

56 Pontiac Plymouth 55 Ford 56 Ford 57 Ford

61 TEMPEST4dr. Catalina 2 dr. HT 2-tono blue V-$, 2 dr.. HT. New paint, V4, automatic, 2 dr., sed., at.. r&h. FL 4 dr., V-!, U r&h. FL 4 dr., HT. V4 it* (a. r&h.
wCr:19Sh.SAVEZ45: htr.Was$6SS.SAVE$200 Was$495 SAVE$150 Was$595 SAVE$245 Was$695' SAVE$150

Equipped with radio and heater. A Now 345 Now 350 Now 545 -
attractive. white and blue tutone, finish. $1195 Now 250 Now 49500
We're ,going to reduce this car to only:' I
57 Willys 63 Falcon 55 Chevrolet 64 Ford 59' Chevrolet

61 FORD Jeep Ita. wgn., r&ll- 2tone. 2 dr. sed., htr., standard trans. Wdrassea.$295, std. trans,Er&h.195 Wt339SIoadedSAVE$400Now299500 Wadrj serf., v.2IS at"V'EIJI.ZWlOO"
Was$595 SAVE$209 Was$1795 SAVE$300
4-dr. Fairlane. Equipped with.Ford-O-Matic l Now 39500 Now 14950' Now 100 Now 99500
transmission, radio, heater, V-8 engine $.' ..
Finished in attractive light blue finish. 45 '
63 Chevrolet 63 ChevroletBA
Your chance to save on a good solid car. 59 VouxhallStation 59. Turner 62 Chevrolet .t .
Blsc. Sta. Wgn. 4 dr. 4 cyU Mr 4 dr. Sta. Wglat..W PIe r&
Wagon htr. Rdster.. 2 pass.. 4 spd. O.H.V. engine. 2 dr. HT. V-8. at., PS r&h. new tires. tires.
Was$495 SAVE$245 Was$795 SAVE$300 Was$2295 SAVE$300 Was$2495 SAVE$350 Was$2995 SAVE$500

60 CHEVROLETImpala Now 250 Now 495 Now 1995 Now2145 Now 2495

2dr.: hardtop, equipped with V-8
engine, automatic .transmission radio $1295
heqeFor jIis sae', only:


2-&:, V-8 engine Bel-Air hardtop. SATURDAY & SUNDAY SUNDAY
glue transmission, radio, heater. Power$1395 4 WESTERN OUTFITS Includes Hat, -
pretty white:and grey finish. FREE S Shirt & Tie i purchased from; GAINESVILLE >
STOCKMAN SUPPLY. 2 sets to be given
i 59 MERCURY e PONY RIDES 1 'til 6 away 5 p.m. and tat 5 p.m. Sunday.
I Register at door you do not have to beg
4-"d: : hardtop.Fully equipped with power SUNDAY 1 'TIL L! present to win. a

steeling, power brakes, radio, heater, automatic -
transmission,. PLUS Air Conditioning. $945
Factory -
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'-'59 OLDSMOBILE Was$1895 SAVE$300 Was$1745 SAVE$145 Wasw2895 SAVE$400 Was$1495 SAVE$150 others.Was$4295 SAVE$500

Now 1595 Now 160000 Now 2495 Now 1345 Now 3795
8aL 4dr. Fully equipped including I
matic;: transmission, radio, heater, auto$8' 9 5 I 62 Chevrolet 60 Chevrolet 58 FordRch. 61 Valiant 62 Mercury
steering and brakes. A real clean
finish. Sharp. D0.Impala 4 dr. HT. V-8 at. r..... ps. 4 dr. Sed, *,'. std* Mr. WSW. Wgn V4 at. r..... WSW. Sta. Wgn, .', Std. Trans. r&h. WSW Meteor Custom 4 dr* at trim.* ps, V4, pty., ,&,
Was$2295 SAVE$3 00 Was$1195 SAVE$200 Was$795 SAVE$245 Was$1295 SAVE$250 Wal$2095 SAVE$300
-- SATISFACTION- -- GUARANTEED--- LH Now 1995 Now 995 Now 55000 Now 1045 Now 1795


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Wagon. Equipped with V-8 W***'* J! ** iJte*
tutone finish. Reduced for this weekend >j jti; s't" i; ,aa
only radio,to heater.: A beautiful white and beige $6- 95 .,."

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finish. Real good dependable transportation $)2 5 __ ....
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NOW, !
(AP-In the Unit- .
ed States the motel followed UP 00 FOR YOUR OLD RADIOOR ENJTN
the development of travel by $1 100 :
private automobile. In the Soviet OR PHONOGHAPH J
Union, the motel came
first. VV eAMERICA'S

Two have been opened on the

just highway beyond that the encircles apartment point at Moscow houses whichprefabricated / / MICRO-TOUCH* ARMONE : : I1o.1. 1 Selling JYI!

are turning rolling farmlandinto I world'most Imitated ten ana
suburb. More motels are
planned. 1 fl IS

you They Americans aren't exactly know them.motel Ve-as DUE TO A NEW FEDERAL LAW :

hicles go into a parking lot and "- -

lobby the customers and upstairs walk through to their the 'f

The Russians have taken the

it service American on combinations station word and"motel"garage.of and hotel put, INTERSTATE COMMERCE WILL JUMP. .;/

the There Soviet are Union few,private and not cars many In j __
main roads highway to travel.users.Trucks Their are driv-the ,

ers get special consideration in
reservations at the motel. (AFTER APRIL 30th) :} .

Perhaps the .
some day present
trickle of foreign visitors by au ..MOW IS TIME TO BUY & SAVE-DOLLARS/' .
tomobile'will swell enough to '
provide tourist business. At the ,
moment the two motels are primarily OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TO 9 p.m. -
-used as annexes of Mos-
cow's crowded downtown ho- SEE COLOR TV (A Zenith of Course)
The WAGNER Model!ML2608-3
Elegant Contemporary styling in MAY BEgenuine As LOW AS
their names motels downtown except don't as affiliates connections.But even have of. ,and select.wood oil hardwood finished veneer grilles.Walnut solids with veneers $*% f% ifjOaJ withwov.n trade NOW! ZENITH AsSupplies low As. $124

Gregori Suvorov says the
motel he. manages will some
have day be a independent of -"Then"we SPEAKER MICRO-TOUCH.Cartridge 2G Tone exerts Arm only with"FreeFloating" 2 are Limited So Hurry-
name our own. It 8 grams(1/14 ounce)needle pressure.
is now known as the Motel on Makes it impossible to accidentally ruin
the Minsk Highway.By a r -,. '
the standard of many World's finest sound Drop It! Slide It! Tilt It!
reproduction from ZENITH HEARING AIDS
places where foreign travelersfind Q eight Zenith quality r ,
themselves sleeping in the speakers:two 12 qfil 1- .
Soviet Union, such as airport two 5*and four 3V4... BUY 5 WAYS SUPPLIES AND BATTERIES :; '
hotels, this is ,
a good' place to .. .- .
stop.Each at COUCH'S "Don't Buy Any Hearing Aid Without a ',
of 95 rooms has a bath- FREE DELIVERY J FREE:= RECORDS 10 Day Free Trial" -
room which is an uncommon '
situation outside a few large Soviet PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED BY COUCH'S OWN STEREO, FM-
cities. Large windows,
bright pictures on the walls and ZENITH SERVICE DEPARTMENT
rugs .on the floors made the 608 NORTH"Sellingvand ;
rooms attractive. Northcenrral Florida'sSELECTION LARGEST VV COUCH'S ;
rustlers Government today prowl agents through report OF ZENITH STEREO, ''V

private forests in search of walnut COLOR TV AND FM RADIOS -.
Zenith Since 1933/1.
trees one of'which may .
yield veneer worth 20000.

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J. W. KIRKPATRICK, Realtor Located on beautifulp : :::-:- '

31 N. MAIN STREET 3728404'I I rolling terrain.i. !:::=rAssociates -L-
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average price, $4500 ; c; .SCHOOL

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Desirable Restrictions

Paved Streets with 6" Curbs and Gutters _'"

1". e Sewers Storm Drains Utilities t ;Natural Gas
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..; :" :Several Split-Level Home Sites Many Lots with Trees Safety School Crosswalks"i.

Excellent Home Financing

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