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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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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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Despite predictions of reduced voter lines, Alachua County voters this morning were to reopen both city recreation ; y ;.; e lFn
apparently disregarding the forecasts by going to the polls and forming lines nearly centers for weekend activities.In .

. as long as they did May 5. The polls close at 7 p.m. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) a related action, commissioners '+ a i iaN

issued a well rehearsed I

I statement and subsequentlyacted ._. _...wy 6 aa.

Vote TurnoutTopping to conduct a hearing on '
County the Acosta May 14 dismissal of Harold Protest Acosta Firing'I'I'ICity

recreation supervisor of

the Negro Community Center. Commissioners last night heard a series of spokesmen, including L. V. Davis,
Members of the commission left, for groups protesting the dismissal of Community Center recreation supervisor

heard a series of protests over Harold Acosta. A hearing will be scheduled by the commission. (Sun photo by Tommy I
Predictions Acosta's firing from an over Lewis.)

flow crowd at last night's com-

mission led to meeting complaints that about ultimately thecity's Tear Gas Risllts Bill
Tom Adams' vote sizeable enthusiastic and
predicted ams predicted a dropin were optimistic. personnel program. ,
i lag just wasn't lagging hi Alach today's turnout compared to Reading a lengthy prepared

ua County this morning. the May 5 total.Registration statement about Acosta's dis
"It looks like Burns all the
I Voter interest in many precincts Supervisor Mrs. way, at least from here," volun- missal, Mayor Howard McKin- Quell Race
Alma Bethea predicted today
said the commission
i checked by the Sun this teer secretary Nan McDowell of ney C Wl'anntiI TTn
that the turnout would be near-
agreed meet with Acosta in
morning was running even higher High Springs reported from the -
ly as high as it was three weeks JL 1By
I than it was at the same time Jacksonville Mayor's Main executive session if he wants the CAMBRIDGE Md. (AP-One Street, it divides the Negro section

during the May 5 primary. ago.At Street headquarters here. hearing "because of consider- National Guardsman was shot of about '4,000 from the JOE HALL
. both Burns and High head- able turmoil at a time when the and three others were injured 8,000 white WASHINGTON (AP) Sen
Secretary of State Tom Ad- quarters this morning, workers Dorothy Rainbow was equally City Commission desires more Monday night in a new flareup population.None ate leaders plan to introduce

confident about her candidate harmony, communication and between integrationist demon- of Monday night's injur today the package of amendments -

I from High headquarters on fair play." strators and troops using bayonets ies was described as serious, they are counting on to

S. W. 2nd Avenue. The move took much of the and tear gas to disperse but the clash was the third out win passage of a revised civil
,& "Voting seems to be going wind from the sails of protest them. break in two weeks and the rights bill.Republican.

I well," she said. "People are groups that filled the meetingroom most serious in nearly a year.
Polls Crowded Leader
still coming in to get High stick- at the Utilites Operations State police said several dem The guard was ordered into M. Dirksen announced Everett

l ers for their cars:' Center. onstrators also were injured in Cambridge by Gov. J Millard after a fifth and final Monday GOP

Although the primary stimulusin City Manager Bill Green the dash as bullets, bricks and Tawes last summer after a se- conference on the
today's election was the run- asked tht the commission con- bottles whizzed through the air ries of shootings and arsons. It changes that proposed
In Counties they would be
Many @j freff' between Robert King Highland duct the hearing and commis- in the city's Negro district. has been there since. ready for introduction late to-

I : Haydon Burns, the ballot sioners agreed unanimously that Hundreds of'whites milled In the latest eruption, a Ne day-the 64th day, of Senate de-

MIAMI (AP-Florida) Democrats runoff, today's voting in DU r also includes the Alachua Coun McKinney and City AttorneyOsee along the edge of the district, gro guardsman was wounded in bate on civil rights.
; ty Commission runoff between Fagan set a time. Com- small al-
guardsmen and shout- the left shoulder by a -
bit- heckling
apparently stirred by County probably would top the He also predicted
Claude Brandon and Arthur missioners said the meeting that the
iber bullet. Another also
crowded to thepolls 126,824 first ing taunts at integrationistsacross Negro,
ter campaigning, primary record figure would be executive session votes will be available to shut
Thompson and Republican and an suffered a burned hand when a
, in some counties today to set three weeks ago. The the street. off a Southern filibuster
but would be to the against
Democratic national convention open press.Acosta's grenade he was holding exploded.
t nominate a governor. They had second primary voting mark in, slates and committeemen dismissal was the Further disorder was averted civil rights legislation. "I believe
to share the spotlight with Re- the county was 91,596, established and subject of addresses to the com- when Brig. Gen. George M. Gel- we can get cloture," he
1 publicans battling over national four years ago. women.In mission by a number of citizens ston clamped a curfew on the A plastic fragment from the said. "And I think we have to
't convention delegates.The Jacksonville a spot check of the 32 pre town and guardsmen moved grenade hit the gas mask of an have cloture now."
0 area weather was cincts which close at 7 the and groups, including the
p.m. his face. A rock
down the officer
between shoulder to shoulder cutting
governor's ideal
race for
trips to the turnout in some precincts was Gainesville Women for Equal Dirksen said the changes will
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack polls.A already over the figure reportedat Rights and the Gainesville main street to clear it of spec- hit a fourth serviceman, possi be discussed thoroughly and am-

sonville and Mayor Robert King Tampa Tribune spot check the same time of morning on League of Women Voters. tators. Ironically named RaceClaim bly fracturing an arm. pie time will be allowed for re-
Gelston said about 150
High of Miami, was expected to among Hillsborough County's May 5 or was running just Mrs. Edward B. McLean, rep buttal by Southern senators,
strators all but about or
draw 950,000 Democratic voters.In 104 voting precincts showed slightly under the 'first primary resenting the equal rights Reds who already have pronounced
five of them Negro had begun
High's home county, Dade, the
that voters were queued up in figure. group, presented the group's pe package completely unac-
and two
an early check showed some fine weather before tition for marching singing some ceptable. I
many poll- This is what some of the pre calling an investigation hours before the violence.
48,000 persons had visited the ing places when the polls cincts reported at 10 a.m.: and hearing into Acosta's In Laos Guard details were assignedto Some senators have said an
polls, compared to 42,000 at the opened. Kirby Smith School, precinct dismissal and League'President attempt will be made the second -

same time May 5. A heavy turn- Precinct 1 reported 100 per 4, 162 had voted; J J. Finley Mrs. William Shenkel petititioned Negroes key intersections from leaving to the prevent district week in June to get the
out of Negro voters was reported cast ballots for central two-thirds vote needed
sons in the first 5 325 a personnel de to invoke
School Stephen RetreatingVIENTIANE
precinct ,
and whites from entering it.
south Dade County. cloture and
in hour. The precinct has 1,900 Foster School precinct 12 partment.The off the Dixie
turned out in large Several times groups of Negroes oratory that has blocked
registered voters.Registration equal rights group peti action
School Administration AP The
315; Laos ( )- tried to march out, were
numbers also in Broward Coun on the House-passed bill.
Supervisor John tion was supported by Univer-
Building, precinct 13, 190; Haw Laotian neutralists claimed today confronted by guardsmen and
ty, Dade's neighbor Broward to the north. Dekle said Hillsborough Coun thorne, precinct 8, 110; sity Hospital Chaplain Rev. that part of their army had turned back. As the number of Dirksen said this may be a
Votin throughout was ty's vote might reach 100,000. Sam Banks, Willie Sanders and
and little .
brisk. Girl Scout Headquarters, precinct launched a counterattack whites along Race Street built early.He
reported Voters in the county cast 113,000 16 254 Recreation Cen Marshall Jones. back in
; driven the Communists did the tension.
Voting at Jacksonville was re- ballots in the first primary.In Sanders explained that Ne up, so noted that a jury trial
27 138 Flo rida north-
ter sector
precinct ; the Muong Kheung
ported running as heavy as in Pensacola, largest city in Union, precinct 31, 80; Gaines- groes want to know what the west of the Plaine des Jarres. amendment has been before the
the first primary, with another the panhandle, early voting was ville High School, precinct 17, city's qualifications are and they SaturnLaunching Senate for three weeks withouta
heavy turnout of Negro voters heavy. Returns were expectedto 115 St. Michael's Church, want some assurance of job Gen Amkha Soukhavong, neu final vote.
apparently underway. About 75 equal or top the record highof ; pre- security.See tralist military adviser to Pre This issue must be decided

per cent of Negro eligibles voted 49,680 for Escambia Countyin (See POLLS on page 2)May ( PROTEST on Page 2)r ) mier Souvanna Phouma, said before the leaders' amendment
in the first primary.The the May 5 primary. Skies the Communists had been package can be put before the
Jacksonville Journal said were. clear. stopped 12 miles short of their Senate. Dirksen said a consensus

that with the city's mayor in theShop Voting in Orlando was about Louisiana Fai PavilionShut next objective, Muong Soui, on PostponedCAPE on the had best not been to reachedyet handle

the same as in the May 5 pri a main east-west highway from way
the jury trial question.
Center mary. Registration, offices re the plain. KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) Many senators regard the
ported, however, that 1,400 re Have to Down Unofficial reports told of The first attempt to orbit an floor discussion as a marking-

quests for absentee ballots were clashes only seven miles from unmanned model of the Apollo time operation until the showdown

Work: BegunConstruction received, in comparison to 1,200 BATON ROUGE, La., (AP- ficials here said they had no Muong Soui.Amkha moonship was postponed todayto -cloture comes in June.Describe .
for the first primary. said a battalion of
The Louisiana pavillion at the idea when it would open. Thursday because of a frozen
Voters in Tallahassee and sur neutralist infantry, 19 tanks and
has begun on a World's McKeithen said a New York nitrogen valve in the ground
York Fair
was reported -
rounding Leon County turned group told him the pavilion was 8 armored cars, which had been support equipment.
center in west
350,000 shopping out in unsurprising numbers. today in danger of being near bankruptcy and about to routed from their headquartersat The trouble occurred after

Gainesville. The center, owned Voting ran at about the same closed permanently.Gov. close. He said he was concerned Muong Kheung, on the north- the countdown on the giant Sa Supply Drop
by Ben 0-Fred, Inc. is located level as May 5 in the larger of the strategic plain
34th Street and University precincts John McKeithen described that the situation might puta west fringe turn booster rocket had ad Into Cuba
at.S.W. and was lower than the the pavilion's status as bad reflection on Louisiana. recaptured two-thirds of the vanced'to within an hour and

Avenue. Center is first primary in smaller pre- "near collapse." If the pavilion shows an unworthy sector. 55 minutes of the scheduled FORT LAUDERDALE (AP-
Westside Shopping cincts. picture, the governor Prince Souvanna warned the launching time. A Cuban exile organization described
the probable name, accordingto The rivalry of two RepublicanSee The exhibit failed .to open said, perhaps "we ought to National Assembly that if MuongSee After wrestling unsuccessfullywith today how it dropped .

Fred Franklin Cone, of co-owner Ben-D-Fred with ( GOV. on Page 2)) yesterday as scheduled and of- close it down." ( LAOS on Page 2)) the problem for nearly supplies, including a completefield

Ben three hours, the National Aeronautics hospital unit, to anti-Castro 1
to be
center, expected
Inc. and Space Administration guerrillas in Cuba in a copyrighted
in October, will
completed called off the shot for two story in The Pompano
cover approximately 34,000 days. The time is required to Beach Sun SentinelA

square for feet 245, including cars. parking Urges Private Capital for DowntownPlan replace the faulty valve and member of the 30th of November

spaces L check out the new system. movement of the Inter.
center is being
The The valve is part of a system national Anti-Communist Brigade
built by Tassinari ConstructionCo. Director David God- cations were matched by private city bond issue program for ing Boulevard and improving which pumps liquid nitrogen identified only as Manuel I

schalk yesterday called on private capital."Retailing. the.central business district can 4h Avenue north to 3rd Street. to cool an instrument pack Fernadez, said the supply drop Ii

capital to match the city's has a good futurein provide the needed accessibility, Godschalk said the program age between the top of the rocket took place early Monday morn .
plans to invest $2.5 million in downtown," Godschalk said, convenience and attractiveness, will provide a network of down- and the Apollo space craft.

bond issue funds for downtown although he noted that when a the area must have an "activity town throughstreets.The The spacecraft is the same ing.Fernadez, in telling his story

WHERE redevelopment group of department store officials magnet" to draw people down- new plan director, who shape as the vehicle which as to Sun-Sentinel City Editor Jack

from out- f-town visited town. took over on March 1, said be tronauts one day will ride, but Hord, said the plane took off
"We will never get a size-
here recently they shunned suggestions "Private enterprise must con has been concentrating on re- it carries none of the equip from a field in south Florida
JO FIND IT able downtown unless there is that their proposed tribute," the new plan director cruiting a staff. He said th;;. ment which will be aboard the penetrated the Cuban defense ", \ I
in the size of down-
r a change store be located downtown.The noted. new staff members will go to real thing. radar, dropped the supplies and ;
s Comics . . 11 town private development, plan director said he felt He outlined the $1 million work in the planning depart Major purpose of the launch- then headed for Santiago de !:
the Gainesville
Classified . .18.21Enterto'inment Godschalk downtown should be the central thoroughfare priority plan, ment of June 1. ing is to further qualify the Sat- Cuba.

18 Exchange Club.""The city is location for department stores which includes widening S.E. Godschalk said he has been urn 1 rocket which has registered There, according to the exile,
Obituaries . 2 opening the way. and specialty shops and for pro 2nd Avenue and extending it studying the city's growth and five straight test-flight they dropped 150,000 leaflets

Opinion Page . 4 He said the group could imagine fessional offices and office build- to 9th Street paving 5th Avenue has been working on the $6 successes. On its most-recent telling the people of the city that

Sports . . 11, 12Women' the impact on downtown ings.Godschalk south to 9th Street, extend- million capital improvements flight, the Saturn orbited the liberation was on its way. '

6 redevelopment if the city's allo- said although the ing 6th Street to Depot, extend- program. heaviest satellite ever sent Fernadez said there were no

1- aloft, a 37,700-pouader. incidents during the flightf

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.2. Gainesville Sun Tuesday. May 26, 1954 I Ii

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I i Burns Predicts i I Ii r. More. Gov.About Weather Roundup r Candidate Challenges Proposes Red China

i i. From Page 1 ....:. \.

: 66 Out of 6TJACKSONVILLE :'National Convention delegations o ,: : B D. Fee SystemTALLAHASSEE Laos ConfabTOKYO

'I helped stimulate voting in Pinel- sJZONES \
J .. \ (AP) Jim (AP-Hay- er' for "a conference las County, one of the state'sRepublican 't % \rIN4luI
I news : ? I Fair retired Navy lieutenant proposed a 14-nation conferenceon
don ..
Burns says he will win Burns said "There's not goingto strongholds. commander
BCDEFHI and frequent unsuc:' Laos today, charging the
Registration officials estimated Partly .
every county but Dade in to- be any questions and. an. ) Ieai.s cessful candidate for numerous United States is planning to
I day's runoff primary election I will before election day thattoday's cloudy through Wednesday, i
swers. give you a state- offices, challenged the state requirement send its troops to Thailand
for the Democratic guberna- ment and that's it." ballots would fall some- scattered afternoon and eve- 1Lt,... elMllAle \\... that candidates post "from where they intend to
torial what short of the 52 cent of
nomination. per ning thunder showers. Low to- F fees as part of their qualification enter Laos."
In the statement Burns reiter- eligibles who voted 5 in \
"Sixty-six of 67 ain't bad the May E
for office.In A note broadcast by Radio
52-year-old Jacksonville ated his campaign pledges and Pinellas County night in 60s, high Wednesday' \.----:.._ # ;
mayor L
declared that "The out-
told an election eve news con- added one. He said near the St. Petersburg's weather was 86 to 94. Variable 5 to 15 mile ....IIi' a complaint filed in federal Peking break of civil
a general war in
I -
ference. end "I will provide leadership :pleasant from the opening of the winds. \ L I district court Monday, Fair said 4. Laos (is) touch-and-go."

Dade County is the home of for the reestablishment of Bible !,polls. A.Clear .to partly cloudy and \ ... lIhJ the secretary of state collect Communist China rejected a

his opponent, Mayor Robert study and prayer. in the Burns and High emerged as warm this afternoon, tonight and .'. ,... fees of 5 per cent of the annual British request that Peking use
King High of MiamL schools." top men from the field of six: Wednesday Low tonight 64 to '72. salary of the office sought and MRS. PHELPS
-I its influence in checking the
Burns later made the victory in the.first primary May 5 and High Wednesday (4 to 92. WI.... turns over the entire amount to Communist Pathet Lao offen-
Burns also announced a immediately began a. heated G J K Partly cloudy through the political .
prediction to the Burns Blitzera Wednesday scattered showers. Low to- party.He Talk UN sive in the Plaine des Jarres of
the "burning for Burns" campaign campaign the state's highest night in 70s, high Wednesday 82 to .e said the original intent of on
dollar-a-year group that carried today in which his- 88. Easterly 5 to 15 mile winds. north-central Laos.
supporterswere .office with the civil rights issue the requirement to
was help
his banner up and down the Foreign Minister Chen Yi sent
asked to burn
headlightson playing a major role. GAINESVILLE for the cost of the elections.
state in his double primary ALMANAC Here the proposal to Britain and the
their remind
autos to
campaign. peopleto Republicans nominated State Municipal Airport readingsfor Later in his complaint, Fair said FridayMrs. Soviet Union.who were cochair-

"I vote and in an "effort to com Rep. Charles Holley of St. Sunset today............... 7.22p.m. 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: the elections are for the benefitof of the 14-nation conference
predict we are going to bat the blociothig on behalf of .......... Norwood of Jack men
Petersburg from a field of three Sunrise tomorrow: 5.31 a.m. High 90 at 2, 3 p.m., low 62 the people and should be paid Phelps
in Geneva that set
t carry every county in the state the NAACP candidate." gubernatorial candidates in the :fnQua'i::: at 6 a.m. Rainfall .26 inches. for: by the people from regulartax sonville, will be the principal a neutral nation in up 1962. as
J of Florida except Dade wherewe other I PROMINENT STAR speaker at the annual chapter
Among things Burns TEMPERATURES sources.
first but ELSEWHERE
primary Democrats far ,
Ant a res leads the Moon. Chen proposed the meeting be
will lead the other candidate H L Prep. meeting of the American Association -
I promised if elected to endeavor I Fair sought to qualify last
outnumber Republicans in Florida Jacksonville
VISIBLE PLANETS TO 45 held in Phnom Penh capital of
I in the white vote, but when he to place in order the fiscal affairs and were expected to elect Venus sets ................ 9.29pm. MiamiTampa I 80 77 .02 March as a candidate for Con- for the United Nationson t
............... 89 74 neutralist Cambodia, which has
the bloc Saturn rises
puts of
vote 1:24 Friday.
on top that of the state return the universities am. but he did include
; the .. Atlanta gress not the
Pt governor in November. Jupiter, rises ..:........ 4:31 ajn. 88 65 been leaning toward Peking in
he will lead, Burns said. and junior colleges i Polls will be open from 7 ajn Mercury follows Jupiter. Boston New Orleans 73 U"51 $1,125 qualifying fee with his She is the Florida state its war of words with the United

Burns repeatedly has tabbed from a trimester to a semester I to 7 p.m. (local time) and good I MARINE New York 79 55 papers. The secretary of state's president of the AAUN and has States and South Viet Nam. I

High" as the "NAACP candi--plan; place road construction weather was indicated with I FORECAST WashingtonChicago 85 84 56 45 office rejected his application as recently returned from attending In London a Foreign Office
date. emphasis on the interstate high-! Kansas City 90 76 incomplete.Fair .
the fourteenth annual conference
only a few widely scattered I EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to Denver 91 56 spokesman said Britain had received
Burns Invited the blitzer3 to a I way program and development showers 15 knots with higher near scattered Ft. Worth 19 tl labeled the fee system: of national organizationscalled
forecast mostly in the showers mainly In Peking's note and it is
party tonight at the Jacksonville of a good primary road system; afternoon. evening through Wednesday.afternoon and Seattle Los Angeles 6547 13 53 discriminatory to people of average by the AAUN in Washington being studied.

Coliseum where he and his; promote travel and tourism and I! Secretary of State Tom Adams means; a lottery with the D. C.
family will await the returns. try to make Florida the sports party collecting the fees of the
He planned to vote about 9:30) capital of the world and devel--said deputies would watch vot More losers; a tax or license to be in She will speak on "The Worldof Iore About
ing in each of the state's 67 "
a.m. at the fire station nearbis op new industries and improvethe counties at the request of High AboutProtest the business running for of- 2004.

I home. tax climate for new and old following reports of fice; and undemocratic, un- The local chapter will also

After calling newsmen togeth industries. during the voting first irregularities American unconstitutional to elect new officers and make Laos

mary. pri the proper growth of the nation. some plans for the coming year.
he said the state which is S.
AHigh Adams said Additionally The meeting, opento I
no deputy would I
be assigned to his home From Page 1 receives no fee for collecting the the public will be held in the From Page 1
county '
fees for the parties. Community Room of the Guar-
I and they would be merely observers "We want something better who headed the Bi Racial Fair acted as his own 'anty Federal Savings and Loan, Suoi fell the Communists would

Predicting reporting their observa- than this," Sanders said. "As Committee last year explainedthat attorney. 220 N. Main Street, at 8 p.m._ threaten the royal capital of Lu
tions to the clerk of circuit court taxpayers this has got to stop." the commission was taking ang Prabang and Vang Vieng on

and to his office. Jones, associate physchia- more direct responsibility for the main road south to Vien-
Two slates of national conven- try professor at the Universityof tiane.

i Unset Victorv tion delegates were on the Re- Florida pointed to the urgency the was recreation unified ,after program segregated since it Injunction Lift Some 2,500 right-wing troops

publican ballot, one pledged to of the petition.He .
recreation were spread out in a defense
L .I programs were drop-
Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., said Acosta's firing "cre. ped by the city. line above Borikhane about 25 I

MIAMI AP) -Robert King, High branded as "an incredible -and the other mostly loyal to ated a feeling that the momentum "The City Commission real- ir miles east of Vientiane. The

High predicted he will upset insult to the people" Burns him.One gained by the city's steady izes that we have one recrea- Sought by FECJACKSONVILLE village is the last major right-
Haydon Burns in today's Demo intention to continue his private slate is headed by Rep. progress (in race relations]) tion and the sing defense point between another
cratic runoff primary election! business if elected governor. William C. Cramer R-Fla., and had been arrested. program is commission Communist force and the

for the Florida gubernatorial High attempted without suc- is pledged to Goldwater. The "The peacable nature of responsible for the (APT he Milledge and Lee Rutledge of' rightist-controlled town of Pak-

nomination."We cess during the campaign to in- other, headed by State GOP Gainesville has been placed in L program Commissioner, Winn said. Fifth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals -Miami appeared for the brother- sane, on the Mekong River bore

are going to win," said duce Burns to reveal his sourcesof Chairman Tom Fairfield Brownof serious jeopardy," Jones said. ardson James Rich had under advisement today hood. der with Thailand.

the 40-year-old Miami mayor,,, income as a business con- Tampa and William D. Paw- "I know it (the petition) is no is in noted that the community a Florida East Coast Rail- After more than two hours of: The Communists captured the

who is making his first run for sultant in addition to his $21,000 ley Miami Beach millionaire is the solution but the petition I. a period of reorganization -way appeal for removal of an argument Monday the appeals town of Tha Thorn 12 days ago

state office. "The state is going: yearly salary as mayor of Jack unpledged but most members would be a beginning. All facil. and new direction."I injunction ordering restorationof court took the matter under ad- and are using it as a base

to reject boss politics." sonville. favor Goldwater. Brown repeatedly ities in the City of Gainesville: am sure Mr. Green will pre-strike work rules and pay visement.The for a move against Borikhaneless

"Our and crusade High who receives $4,900 in attacked Cramer and said should be open to all of its cit make every effort to work out scales.U. railroad contended that than 20 miles
cause our and "
against politics-as-usual will triumph : his position as mayor, told a he was trying to "grab controlof izens." solve the problems, Rich- S. District Court Judge the rule changes it put into ef. Souvanna told the assembly he

and the government of news conference that if he is the Republican party in Florida -. Eugene Mills, representing ardson said. "If he isn't competent Bryan Simpson issued the injunction feet were necessitated by the rejected an invitation by the

I, this state will be returned to elected he will quit his law firm ." the Community Center advisory to get a recreation direc- j at the request of the strike of the nonoperatingunions. Pathet Lao chief Prince Souph--

i the people where it belongs" he and rely solely on the $25,000 The Republican ticket also committee said the tor that can handle these matters Brotherhood of Railway Train- knouvong, to go to his Khang
said. salary paid the governor."I has two candidates each for national -i group felt their line of com: we'd better find someone men. The union contended the Devaney said the principal I Khay headquarters for ;
i would devote my full timeto committeeman and com- munications with city officialshad who can. At the present time I new rules were illegal and violated changes involved working con talks. Souvanna said he asked

I Burns received 312,453 votesIn the duties of governor be- mitteewoman. weakened. He introduced have confidence that he is cap- provisions of the Railway ditions of train crews which to meet with

the first primary to High'sI cause this is a serious business. Democrats have 14 candidates Charles Chestnut IH, who read able of handling this." Labor Act. The appellate court I were put on an hourly rather him Spuphanouvong at Luang Prabang.

207280. An additional 616,106 The welfare and needs of almost for national committeeman in- another petition protesting Acos Although Recreation Director l last March 15 stayed the injunction than a per mile pay basis. Diplomatic sources said Britain -
votes went to four losing candi- in- cluding Elliott Roosevelt ta's Ray Massey who t d the He said this was a "self-help"
six million people are son of dispissal. resigned yesterday pending a in considering issuing invitations -
I dates. volved," High said. 'the late President Franklin D. Although the initial discus- attended last night's railroad's appeal. :: move on the part of the railroad' for a consultation hereof

High and his wife. Faith plan High also told a Dade County :Roosevelt and four candidatesfor sions by audience members cen- meeting he did not speak and The brotherhoof Cil' on necessitated by a lack of suffici-- ambassadors from the 14 nations -

ned to vote at 7:30 am. High rally in Miami that "Floridahas national committeewoman.There tered around the Acosta mat- only slight reference was made strike but has ob icketlines ent manpower to permit the use of the Geneva conferenceon

i said he would then spend the its own war on poverty." also is a slate of national ter, questions began center ing: to his resignation by a mem- set up by 11 .Iingunions of three crews on the Jackson- Laos to discuss steps to

rest of the day in Dade County "We have our own Appalachia convention delegates pledged to around the city's employment; ber of the audience. whose ville-to-Miami run. avoid further deterioration of

', "shaking as "many hands as I -starting with Apalachicola and President Johnson.In and personnel procedures.Mike Other speakers at last night's out Jan. 23, 1963. ; Devaney said revocation of: the situation.

(i possibly can. extending into many areas addition Democrats were Geison, a spokesman for meeting on the Acosta and related The railroad resumed freight the new rules would not benefit Communist countries are demanding

I The Miamian carried his election -where men are making only 60 to nominate five state senators the newly formed C 0 REgroup racial matters were L. V. :service with non-union employesbut the striking unions but would a full-fledged Geneva

3 eve campaigning to vote- cents an hour and must supporta and 19 members of the Houseof asked for immediate action -Davis T. B. McPherson Julian has not attempted to restore add to the railroad's difficulties. conference be reconvened and

it heavy Pal Beach County. He family," he said. Representatives, some of by the commission to establish -Brown, a University student, :passenger service. !He said that if this is done the are not expected to take partin

.. said in his final telecast there One of High's platform planks whom face Republican opposItion a uniform set of job and Paul Hahn, University of William Devaney, a Washington railroad would have to reduceits local consultations.

that he has made no promises calls for a state minimum wageof in November.The qualifications "that should be Florida professor. I lawyer, presented the rail- freight handling. operationsby .

and owes nothing to a single: $1.25 an hour-the same as Burns-High race was the posted so all can see them." Hahn complained to commissioners -:road's appeal. Attorneys Allen -43 per cent.
only contest for a statewide nf. Qbitttarit
the federal figure.
person. "Segregation and discrimination of incidents near the
fice and it held major interestas
are still prominent in I courthouse last week where Ne-
J) each campaigned vigorously. Gainesville" the University IP shot Excise Tax Cut DELLA RIGGS
groes were by slingshots .
Post-Election HarmonyIs race Burns and, 52 had, ran a third strong in the organization 1960-sophomore obvious "It's just nqj'p with lead fishing sinkers. He demanded INGLIS Mrs. Della Riggs,

in every part of the state. as as Birmingham. an investigation by city 53, died in a Tampa hospital

Called for by Bryant He had more than $600,000 to The city manager said Geison I officials. Sunday night after a week-long
apparently misunderstood partof Green told commissioners his In 1966 illness.A .
., ., spend and drew 312,453 votes in Eyedsuch
a conference that a CORE office was investigating the native of Alexandria Ky.,
the first
TALLAHASSEE (AP-WIth King High of Miami."I delegation and Green had I she
a had
field wide matter and police are still look- lived in this area for
by a margin.
that this will be the
the fighting of gubernatoral candidates hope High 40, was making his first week ago. ing into the charge. WASHINGTON (AP) Thedministration's cuts might not be pushed I he: past 12 years. She was a
ending with today's voting -spirit of the people of Florida, He said he explained that the I member of
bid for statewide office and Edward Richer faculty advisor i long range until 1966 or later. the Catholic Church.
Gov. Farris Bryant called the governor said. city has been interested in forming the Student for cut in excise Survivors include her mother
squeaked into the runoff with or Group I jlans call for a During Senate consideration
differences In called con-
to their a specially news
1 on Democrats forget to- ference said: 207,280 votes-a margin of only a central personnel department Equal Rights backed up Hahn's t:axes in 1966 and another reduc- of the tax cut bill some senators Anna Steffen; two brothers,
and start working Monday, Bryant
a That Wendell Jarrard would 2,202 over the third candidate. for some time but: reports and also asked for an t ion in income taxes the follow- demanded reduction in excises Earl A. and William J. Steffen I
gether again. t the first stage that was budgeted informed sources said lexandria; two sisters Margaret I
remain chairman of the High spent less than $200,000 i investigation. ng year, along with the income tax reduc-
Bryant said that he would on as during the campaign. this year was struck .1 ;oday. tion. Proponents of the tax reduction Steffan Alexandria, and I

work with the Democratic nom- Stat Development Commission Burns predicted that he would f from the budget by commissioners Posts Open agreed then to future Mrs. Mildred flitter, Lockland, I
State Development Commissiongive They said there is a strong
(O hio.
for whether it during summer budgetsessions. hearings on the excise tax.
inee governor win all of the state's 67 counties
the President Johnsonvill
job of fulltime direc visibility ,
up In Reserves Funeral
Haydon Burns of services will be at
was Mayor Dade and estimated his
this tentative
tor. Jarrard had resigned both announce Excise levies
In Green's cover a wide 9 1:30
approving a.m. tomorrow in St. Bene-
Robert recom-
Jacksonville or Mayor margin at 200,000 to 300,000 Vacancies for three officers fall's
positions effective June 1 but mendations for a revised weekend tall imetable during next variety of products and services -d lict's Catholic Church in "

Bryant said the former Pensaco- votes. program at the recreation lieutenants' posts-now ex- r residential campaign. : cosmetics, jewelry, furs (rystal River. Burial will be in !
High made no prediction as to 1 ist in the 3396th Reception Station -
Rallies StagedBy la businessman agreed to stayon centers that includes more There have been a few public telephone tolls, automobiles I nglis Cemetery. Knauff Funeral :
as chairman "because I his margin. but said "We are (U. S. Army Reserve), the gasoline theater admissions
going to win." group games and less social commanding officer has anI t lints of further tax revision. On Home is in charge.
asked him to. sporting and
liquor cig-
Johnson said he could
Buddhists dancing because of inadequatespace nounced. 1 pril 28,
That Florida's exhibit at the and insufficient personnelfor Lt. Cot Roby D. Yonge 'see another tax cut a few arettes. Egg MarketJACKSONVILLE
World's Fair in New York is out- More About saidy These levies are expected to I.
f down road" if the $12-
SAIGON South Viet Nam supervision, commissioners; the branch requirements $14.6 billion in (AP-North)
(AP-Hundreds) of thousands of drawing that of any other state. approved spending up to $3,000for t for first or second lieutenants in 1 b)illion income tax reduction en- during provide the fiscal year which revenue begins ast! Florida Egg Market prices t

f Buddhists in Saigon and Hue About 30,000 to 40,000 personsare new recreation equipment. Infantry, Finance and the Adjutant -a icted this year stimulated the July 1-an increase of $3 t o retailers:

joined in massive but orderly visiting Florida's pavilion Polls Green recommended openingthe General's Corps, but be add-conomy into providing enough billion since 1960. Extra large 33-42 mostly 41- j
daily, the said, and the r evenue to balance the budget.
religious rallies today to commemorate governor Commuity Center this ed the reserve officers other- Proposals for further revisions j 2; large 36-39 mostly 38-39; '

Buddha's birthdayand good points of the state are being weekend. He said the Recreation wise qualified could switch to There are signs that the ad- in income tax rates obviously -medium 29%-33, mostly 32;

the fiery Buddhist suicides ably presented to the streamof From Page Onecinct Center does not have manyof one of the required branches if 11 ninistration would consider would! be timed to coincide mall 25, -28, mostly 28. /
that helped topple President Ngo potential The exhibit the facilities for organized hey so desired. c ilipping almost every category with the first balanced budget Poultry at farms: fryers 14;

Dinh Diem last year. features water sports a porpoise 32, 80; Lake Forest :games and it will take about The unit is preparing to visit 0 i if excise taxes although there since 1960. lens none.
show and citrus production Fort Jackson, S. C., August 923 -
U.S. military authorities imposed School, precinct 30, 176; two weeks before the Recreation -, 11 nay[ be both congressional and
an 8 p.m. to 6 ajn. cur among others. High Springs precinct 20, 169; : Center can be properly for its annual two and weeks'a l idministration opposition to!I

few for American servicemen in Howard Bishop Junior High equipped. summer training, Yonge tJ rimming some earmarked tax- TODAY
out that the unit wishes VOTE
Hue, 400 miles north of Saigon.A Mallards Make precinct 29, 420; Orange Commissioners agreed to include t o fill the three vacancies before e::s, such as gasoline and vehicle:

bloody riot there during the Heights, precinct 19, 12; Sidney social dancing on a limited then if possible. t.axes used for federal-state road ,

birthday celebration last year Selves at Home Lanier School precinct 7, 240; l basis for "approximately 25 Interested persons are asked *programs. I 1 THERE'S STILL TIME!

set off the Buddhist crisis for Waldo, precinct 1, 77; Newber- couples" as Green recommended. to contact Albert Fusse unit In February Secretary of the! J

GIBRALTAR Mich. (AP-A i ry, precinct 6, 122; Westwocfcl civilian aide at the U. S. Arm- 1 rreasury Douglas Dillon said at j It's your responsibility!

Gainesville Sun couple of dozen mallards are I School precinct 24, 295 and t Several commissioners noted I ory here during normal working a i l news conference that : IS ,.-t Don't let Florida down!

I making themselves at home in :Vlicanopy, precinct 10, 72. that action taken two weeks ago i hours t L ions In excise taxes could reduc:1!:1 ;

Saturday Published and evenings Sunday except mom- I this Detroit suburb but their P. K. Yonge School was the that closed the two centers for riggs brownie 31 n J 1965. but be FREE RIDES

ings by the Gainesville"' Publishing days as town characters only school to refuse to give teenage social dancing programs Advertisement) i
Company at 101 SE be numbered.The the Sun a vate report was taken "with regret : 1 TO POLLS I
2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida "We're running a school'I Asthma Formula Prescribed
and entered u second class! I ducks waddle around town CALL I
matter at the Post Office at quacking for handouts. They here a worker in the P. K. They hinted that overcrowded .1

Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION/ I I have been known to march Yonge directors office said and conditions and lack of supervision Most By DoctorsAvailableNow 376-8990

RATES BY ''I down the aisles of a grocery hung up on a reporter helpIng by volunteers was as responsible OR

CARRIER OR MAIL store, sampling merchandise. with the survey. for the dosing as the Without Prescription
Buchholz Junior High, pre'* 376.7839
1 Week .45 They lay their eggs wherever cinct 25, 234; Voting Machine incident involving drunken white Stops Attacks in Minutes> Relief Lasts for Hours!! .
3 Met. $5.85 they please. trying to dance with Ne-I
Warehouse, precinct 28 301 boys !W Trk.N.Y.upecla1)-n.asthma. -tD tiny tablet. called Primattntt. k il'- -., Let's Give ,
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All mall subscriptions must I One businessman said he was gro girls after the dancing pro- formula prescribed more than any These Frimatene Tablet. pen S
tired of and Littlewood School, precinct' I other by doctors for their private bronchial tubes loosen Haydon Burns A I
be paid in advance. having the ducks stop gram was integrated by the patient ii now available to asthma toftCCltiora.1 I I
26 500.
Member of Audit Bureau of I traffic at his store. He is fed city. I offerers without prescription. without painful nervous injections.tension. All4 i -,

Circulation up with having to hose down "The city was operating as a I steps Medical asthma tests attacks proved ia this minutes formula and The secret is-Primatene combines i
I:J his parking lot every week. Quechua, language of the babysitting agency," Commissioner rives hoars of freedom from reenrrente S medicines (in full prescription I 8M; : HAYDON BURNS
contained i 1\
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Publishing Company.In whole or(e) In 19 itrtctly torbWden without the writtenpermission to go out and wring a few necks planning social service ca- part." prescription safe when used as So look forward to sleep at night : i
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I (( iun CONSCIENCEOF I France.- America in Asia I

a THE (Third of three columns teal Franco American conflict fusal to take seriusly the will succeed in his diplomatic
"'Ir from Europe) is in China and South- French intervention in Asia. explorations in Peking. How-

JOHN )I. HAKRISON, President and By WALTER UPPMANN east Asia. This Is the raw France, we must not forget, ever, these explorations are

Pvkllifacri ttmti ED PAT JOHNSON.COWLES.Tie Vln President Presi&nezuiLk SOUTHBy Although I did not see Gen. point where American lives Is the only Western nation just beginning, and nothing

Florida's Beautiful and ExeeitiT EdlUri W. G. (Bill) Charles de Gaulle who was in and honor are at stake, as qualified to intervene at the proceeds rapidly in the Ori
121 EBERSOLE, Tic President aDd AtTCrtUbf the hospital when I was in they are not at stake in the present time. The British are ent.What
University City DlxecUri BOB TAKTAGXJONE. RALPH McGILL I Paris, I saw a number of key current differences in Eu- engaged in a semi colonialwar is the French hypothesis -
I I. VU President and ClrenlU Palltier Prii Winning Publisher ? It is that the Sino-Soviet
tlea KUlrer.f 01 the Atlanta, (Ga.) CaiUtutl men who were in a position to rope. The Gaullist administration with Indonesia about Ma-
discuss French policy. Thereare is acutely aware of the laysia. The Germans are pin- conflict is very serious, so

f THE SUN'S POLICY to be sure, reports that extreme sensitiveness of the ned down in Europe and can- serious that it now poses great

the general takes no one into American people about their not, while they are partitioned territorial issues, and therfore
1. the fully and To Weld
Report news impartially In the columns.
2. Express the opinions of the! Sun in-but only news in-editorials. his confidence and that he involvement in the Vietnamese play the role of a world that Peking has a strong interest
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. conducts foreign policy in solitary war. To suppose that the power. We are at war. Only in stabilizing its southern
I secrecy. This is simplynot Gaullist government is tryingto France among the Western frontier. The real ques-
The Sun's telephones: All Departments: -372-8441 An true for the major foreign thwart us and precipitatea powers has fully liquidated its tions are: what is the price of

Want Ads-376-4672 Eye policies.For disaster in Southeast Asiais military position in Asia and an agreement to stabilize it,

example, French policy I am entirely certain, malicious in Africa. Moreover, the pres- and what are the guaranteesof
concerned with Germany, nonsense. tige of France and French such an agreement? Thisis

11 A Decision's 10-Year Aftermath Eastern Europe and the Soviet culture among the educated what General De Gaulle has

Or SteelNotes Union, with NATO and ON THE contrary, the main classes of China and South- now to find out.
objective of French policy is east Asia is high.If .
United States military very
Ten years ago the U. S. Supreme of Mississippi have remained segre- the situa-
political leadership in Europe, to save Southeast Asia from General De Gaulle is IF WE ANALYZE
Court set its face against segregated gated the entire decade.So After Dinner in New involves the government, not conquest by China and to right, as most surely he is, tion fully, we shall conclude,

II public Schools and launched a decadeof York: Before a dinner place just the general himself. The avert a disaster which would that there can never be a I believe, that French and ,

the record runs, dismal in card sat an eminent physicistat complex of problems whichare affect the whole. Western stabilized peace in South Asia American policy are not com-
racial ferment unparalleled since the deep South, gradually brightening my right This was at the connected with France's world in its dealings with unless it is supported by Chi- petitive in Asia, but are in
I; the Civil War.. end of a week in which the re-entry into the Far East are Asia. Let us not blind na, then it would be folly on fact complementary. This is I
)j in the border states but always laser had been the subject of not the sole and secret do- ourselves by a prejudiced re- our part not to hope that he to say that what General De-

t. The falling far short of the hopes raisedin three scientific sessionsin cret domain of the general. Gaulle is trying to accomplishis
ferment is still going on and
1954. New York. (The word THE MORE I heard in Par- the only conceivable solu-
jl it is gaining in intensity. Something "laser" is obtained from the is, the more evident it be- BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi tion of what is certainly an '

I happened on May 17, 1954, which More difficult to depict are the first letter of each word in came to me that far from be- otherwise interminable military -
conflict. But it is to
,. released a host of pent-up emotions. emotions born of this decade. The the phrase "light amplification ing arbitrary, personal ges also that what the United say
by stimulated emissionof tures the major French .
;/f' The Negro, discouraged in his dreary Negro has watched, with a rising : radiation.") ,are widely prepared policies ROCKEFELLER 'DPWAZY States is continuing to do,

and unfruitful search for rights long sense of frustration, the South's Laser had weld- long range diplomatic oper CAMPAIGN Q, i7)J i7)Jr which is to sustain the resistance I

due him, found the decision. stolid resistance to integrated techniques ations. In dealing with Frence HEADQUARTERS of the Saigon gov-
ed detached retinas in human ernment is to the
I'I The South was first stunned by it, schools. He has felt the pangs of humiliation eyes and performed perfect today we are dealing with r --r cx4'I J success ,of the necessary French actionin

then dug in behind entrenched tradi- and resentment as rights weldings in metals. A laser very serious, highly professional Peking and Hanoi.It .

.'t tion to resist the constitutional forces intended for his children were bar- can put a spotlight on the diplomats bit, with serious menwho l is in this sense that the

fanning out from the SupremeCourt's red to them. He has wanted those moon. It can and has offerednew and competent are every as we as are our two policies are complementary.
directions in treating would become fused
They -
edict. rights not for future selves.
certain forms of cancer. into if the administration
one policy
but for his immediate family. Andas We are missing the mainpoint I I I

Even Outside The South, a new the school doors remained closed, The eminent physicist accepted and we are stultifyingour "L' slogan a modification adopted of as Chur-its .
i a confession of utter influence when we dismissthe .
spirit of restlessness began to stir. his indignation grew and led him to chill's remark "we arm to
ignorance and answered ques- French policies as not
In a growing mood of selfexamination protest other denials. tions amiably. The laser be- really serious, as expressionsof parley" and said that "in Vi-

the North became conscious of gins by putting electrical en- personal pique or persona]l et Nam we fight to parley."

its own prejudices, and was reminded The lunch counter sit-ins werea ergy into certain kinds of vanity on the part of General]ll l = Standing alone, the United I
States has credible
that de facto school segregation wasa small part of the same phe- atoms diated.or This gases.light Light beam is ra is de Gaulle as inspired and by a wis"antiAmericanism" L rti : ( cy for winning no the war or poli for

stain upon its record.In nomenon. But they helped to build ending it. Once again, as in
bounced back and forth between to embarrass us. The truth L i
up those insistent which all wars, we are fighting for
pressures two perpendicular mir- that there is failure of communication
the decade just passed place were to culminate in the Housepassed rors. Its energy continually between Paris anc I "victory" without a practical

names like Little Rock, Ark., Birm- civil rights bill now before the increases and may be con- Washington. The diplomatic. political aim. As we can see
in the dictated after the
ingham Ala. and Oxford Miss. became trolled and directed. The channels are clogged with mu peace
Senate.It first world war, in our de-
beam widens, incidentally, tual pride and prejudice, anc I
symbols of the irresistible forceof
about two miles in travelingto the consequent lack of understanding for unconditional sur-
progress challenging the all-but- is important that we try to understand the moon. The light is of is a serious matte l.J.I.I1llUIDJ rfitII.lc6 -,- -- render in the second world

i immovable object of the status quo. the Negro's profound sense one wave length. It is very which could be and must be! war, in the calamitous marchto

And words such as sit-ins, pray-ins, of frustration in this emotionally explosive intense. corrected.All "It's an ancient Vietnamese war '.'.b the Yalu in the Korean
War it is the vice of
swim-ins and stall-ins heralded the are agreed that the Grit. from you-know-who!I" our
spring 1964. It is also important "How can an intense light thinking that when we are en-

spreading contagion of protest that Congress, by the enact- beam weld a detached retina gaged in a war we can ima-

J against those rights denials which ment of the civil rights bill, guaran- and also weld metals with gine no satisfactory end to

had condemned the Negro to second- tee the Negro the generous measureof precision" heretofore unob- Tips for Losing an Electionways the war except the uncondi-
tainable? tional surrender of the en-
class citizenship. justice he has been so long denied.
"The eye is transparent.The emy.
tiny laser actually burns By CHARLES BAILEY to lose, along with 0Brien's -' candidate stops by in the morn-
It is easy to depict the decade in The Supreme Court decision of THIS IS ONE of the main
the retina in place. As it healsit Cowles Washington Bureau tried-and-true explanations ing, he will be the topic of con-
terms of cold statistics. Today fewer 1954 raised expectations that have is held there by the form- WASHINGTON Want to of their potency: versation in the plant that day.In rasons why morale is so very

than 10 per cent of the Negro chil- fallen* cruelly short of fulfillment, ing scar tissue. This is ex- lose an election? -It's hire a 'sound truck and. the afternoon workers are bad in Southeast Asia. We are
dren in southern and border statesare send it through residential anxious to get home, and less supporting and promoting a
and out of the disappointments there actly what happens when the,
The Democratic National neighborhoods in the late eve- inclined to be responsive to a cruel and nasty war that has
attending integrated schools at has grown a bitterness that can no retina is sewed back by a Committee last wee offereda ning playing loud music and candidate's appeal.") no visible end. There is no

the primary and secondary levels. longer be i g>;ored. A decade is much surgeon.. The laser The method scar tissue holdsit. to dandy list of ways to lose braying forth a noisy appeal. -when you go through a factory light at the end of the tunnel.I I

Token desegregation, far too often, too long to wait for justice, and the be more efficient. seems votes and influence the electorate ("a touring sound truck be sure to have the com- have heard it said by people
in the other fellow's fav-
has been a sleazy substitute for patience of the Negro, since he is should never pass through a pany president at your side, in Washington that we ..,.
The schools What about cancer re- or.The residential neighborhood after but stay away from union of- must fight on in South Viet "
compliance. public grade only human, is not inexhaustible.
arch? horrible examples are 7:30 p.m. It is a sure way to ficials. Nam for 10 or 20 years. That
contained, in a backhandedway lose votes. To the voter, the ("the escorts on such tours may sound stout hearted in
"We have made a begin- in the 1964 edition of person speaking on the sound should be representatives of Washington, but it is a dismal
ning. The Academy of Science what Democrats call "The truck represents the candi- labor, or labor and manage- prospect for the villagers of
meetings included a report of O'Brien Manual" a little date. He should be colorful ment never managementalone. Viet Nam. What we are offer
Voice of the
People experiment with a deadly book compiled by Lawrence and lively, never be rude, ob- .") ing the Vietnamese people is
form of cancer known as mel- O'Brien special assistant to "
I IOn noxious or loud. ) -when you go on television, altogether demoralizing.On .
anoma. This cancer appearsin President Johnson and the -when you go to local in- insist on reading your speech. the other hand if Peking

The Sun's I the form of dark pigment man who planned the late dustrial plant gates to meet from a manuscript, ,and be and Hanoi are allowed to believe .
==== Opinion Page===== moles. They may be almost President Kennedy's success- the workers, do it in the aft- sure to make all your appear- that all resistance will

black, deep purple or black- ful Senate and Presidential ernoon. ances live, spontaneous and soon collapse in Saigon, the
Opinions end comments of Sun readers arc welcome In the Voice of ish-blue. Cancer
the People column Letters cells that campaigns.In "morning visits are much unrehearsed.
of stabilization
and bear the writers oddr, price on a form-
must be signed Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should I
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The produce pigment multiply case you have a political more effective than afternoon ("the days when a candi- ula of neutralization is like-
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or rapidly throughout the body. death-wish, here are the easy visits, for two reasonsif: the date could harvest large numbers ly to be intolerably high. Like
intent. of votes by sitting at a
"Energy in the lasers is in everyone else, if they see a
making this suffici- the form of desk and reading a speceh chance of dictating a settle- .
In SupportOf program We the students can only light. Light rays
ent and successful. do the Memo are gone. .always try ment, they won't negotiate it.
very so much, but there is a lot pass through transpar- Washington or film the candidate's
AcostaEDITOR Just remember, Mr. Mass- you-parents, teachers and ency of an eye, for example, television appearances; that It is necessary therefore to -..;
ey, we the students of LHS friends-can do. Please helpus without harm. But when this if he makes a slip of the do what the President and

Sun: I am a sophomore will be doing everything with- in whatever way you can, form of energy encounters From the Cowles Washington Bureau way tongue or the photographyisn't Sec. Robert F. McNamara ..

in and beyond our power to to help Mr. Acosta keep his pigment, whether in cells, LBJ NOTE: A visitor inspecitng one of the rocket launch particularly good, the sequence are doing, which is to rein-
at Lincoln High -
keep Mr. H. L. Acosta as our job. dye paint or nature, it is intrigued by the fact can be junked and force the resistance of the -
stands was
at Cape Kennedy recently
School. There are 1,482 other recreation supervisor. CAROL halted. The dark moles of Saigon government.After .
SIMMONS that, although it was noon on a brilliantly sunny day, big shot over again. )
students that attend this melanoma stopped the laser lamps were burning brightly in the gantry work -make sure the hall is always my conversation
mercury Paris I think I entitled to
school, but I am only capa- energy. These spots actually area. He asked why. "We leave them on all the time," his big eoough to accom- am
ble of speaking for one person Scare Didn't Disturb Napc boiled, or bubbled, while the guide said. "Takes less current and they last longer than if modate all the people who say that the French see a
How I tissue about them was un turn at stronger resistance as necessary -
-that is myself. ever we turned them on and off." might possibly up a ,
am sure that about 99 per IL harmed. The burned spot on meeting or rally. to the negotiations they"

cent of the student body feels ( ) New York Time "Would you mind handing the moles spread and, finallythe FRANCHISE NOTE: Two weeks ago the District of Columbia ("always hold the reception are beginning to open up. But

the same as I about this situ- LONDONSecurity men over your gun?" they asked entire cancerous area was held its first genuine election in about a hundred in a hall a little bit smaller most surely they do not,.think ;;
ation.I accompanying Foreign Secre- Amar with dissolved, or sloughed off. voted who than you think you can fill. that the reinforcements- -
Singh grim polite- There wasn't anybody to elect, so we on
tary R. A. Butler had their years. be than shot'Ia the :
ness. Further experiments with human Invariably it is better to have more a
think that Mr. Masseyhas most exciting moment when cells to which dye had ought to be the local Democratic and Republican Party the hall overflowing than to arm, and I doubt whether any
Mr. H. L. his to Singh gave them his Web- officials. It was a good thing it wasn't a crucial election.
fired trip
unjustly Washington, Japan been added revealed the heat have a reception in a great serious American. .thinks. so, -
Acosta on the charge of in and the Philippines was near- ley .32 caliber revolver and caused them to shrink and We're still counting the ballots. big hall which appears half- either. -- +

subordination. There shouldbe ly over. explained that nobody had die." empty.")
further action taken A steward on the jet air- told him it was against regu- PLAY IT SAFE: Last Saturday, to the joy of all con- -stay to the end of every IT MUST BE .said, I believe :
anda the cerned President Johnson didn't hold a news conference.It that a poltky:jSlabUi- :
through an investigation liner bringing the foreign secretary lations for passengers to car- What are conclusions? neighborhood coffee party or
the first time in a long time that he's let the Sunday zation in Southeast Asia demands ..
hearing.I home noticed that a ry guns. Singh, a carpenterfrom "Nothing definite. We havea was home meeting, and never duck
Acosta bearded Indian was .carryinga : New Delhi has had the new tool Light energy affects papers go to bed without making a play for page one. His an. argument with a voter. that the American i
think that Mr. with pistol in a shoulder holster. gun for 14 years, since his those cancer cells. We press secretary, George Reedy, was as pleased about it as ("at an appropriate time one power and presence inf h e. :
has done a wonderful job He The steward signaled to the army days in Kenya. do not yet know how. Is some the White House reporters were, because it meant that he of his campaign aides should South Pacific shall not be ,

the recreational all program.the duties security men, who :cautiously Up front Butler slept form of reaction set up by the could go home early, too. When he announced it, he shook tell him he must leave in or- when our troops withdraw :;
has performed abilities in moved into position. through the incidentPOTOMAC cells burned by laser heat hands with himself above his head, the prize fighter's victory der to be present at another from South Viet Nam. On the "'.
to the best of his that causes them to destroy sign. And then hastily lowered his arms as photographersraised engagement. There is a pointof contrary, we should strengthen -

themselves? Or does the heat their cameras-apparently so he wouldn't have to no return at coffee hours; our position in the South ;:.
FEVER itself eliminate the abnormal explain that picture to the boss. if the candidate stays too Pacific. We should be able to

cells? We don't know. We long, he almost invariablywill do this if we do not forget,
have just begun. Presentlycancer LOYAL OPPOSITION: Mrs. Robert Low Bacon is one of find himself drawn intoa as we have allowed ourselves
By Jack Wilson, .Cowles Washington Bureau researchers are most the last of the traditional Washington cliff dwellers, a Re- controversy or an argumentwith to forget that we are a sea

excited. If the tool is effective publican to the core, a hostess so sure of herself that shedoesn't someone present The and air power and must not

Rep. Ancher Nelson says federal workers are forced to buy $100 tickets for will it be possible to make a even have a press agent. Herewith her letter to the candidate should get out involve ourselves in land wars

an LBJ dinner. So.whatTJl w 're going to fight poverty we've got to have poor laser that can be introduced editor of a local newspaper: while everyone is happy.") on the Asian mainland.
people. .* inside the body so that it may "If President Johnson wants to hear his beagles "yelp"with -hand out bumper stickersto Although I think that
-- play on the liver, stomach, pleasure and not from pain I will gladly take a walk motorists, and urge them to French and American action

Congress may drop _the school prayer amendment. There's talk instead of a the lungs, pancreas, and so around the outside of the White House grounds again, as I stick them on themselves should be thought of as com-
simple resolutionadvertiSing God that_ .the House: ,of Representatives is in favorof on? Maybe. We dolt yet did the other afternoon, with my three white West Highland the rear bumper of their cars. plementary, not as compe- -
Him. know." terriers. The beagles followed us all the way, giving tongue. ("volunteers should politely titive, neither government can I.
-- Whether: they thought my Westies were Harvey-size rabbitsor ask permission to place a at the present time afford to I j

The administration will ask congress to raise the debt limit again. Turningoff "We have just begun ... we whether they recognized them as Republicans I know not, sticker on a person's car-and say so. We cannot say so be-
those lights just isn't enough. We're going to have to turn off the Treasury. really know very little... the but they kept up their yelping until we turned toward 17th place the sticker on the sticker car cause we might undermine Ii i;
themselves. af only
-- future wen, in 10 years or Street Mine, of course knew Him and Her to be Democratsso one what little fighting moral
less we may have more miracles they did not bother to respond" is on a car, it should be on there Is in
The House appropriations committee had the right spirit, though, when it '* the front because more people Saigon. .
cut the space budget. It wants to turn off the Moon. -. will see it there.") The French cannot say so -
-- I thanked him. He turned to -don't waste time cleaningup because they cannot negotiate '-
Bobby Kennedy says he won't run for the Senate in New York. He's goingto a lady on his right I turnedto o.lhd your campaign headquarters in Peking and at the same :
stay loose you never know where Gov. Wallace is going to look for his my roast chicken and as- and make sure the win- time give their blessing to our ":-

vice president. paragus with Hollandaise F &4J R.'ht dows are good and grimy. intervention. But nonetheless, -
-- sauce ...and to thinking about ("headquarters should be today, as so often before in

The Indian Claims Commission says we owe the Seminoles for Florida. We'll man that little two-legged kept as neat and clean as our history, France and -
sue! When they sold it they didn't tell us that half of it was covered with joker. At his best he is very, J0k tJi tL t1.4 wt possible. Windows should be America have the same fundamental ';',

swimming pools. very good. washed regularly."). interests.

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, in his diplomatic
t ) in Peking. How-
JOHN X. HAREISOK. President and explorations are
Pobliihert PAT COWLES. Vk. Pretl-
and nothing
J dents ED JOHNSON. Vies President
Florida's Bcautlf and ExecmtiT EdlUrs W. G. (BW) rapidly in the Ori-
EBEBSOLE. Tie President aBel Ad-
F 'University City' YertUlaff DlreeUrj BOB TABTAG11 is the French hypothe-
LIONE. Vies President and Clreul- I
is that the Sino-Soviet
Uoa Of
is very serious, so
THE SUN'S POLICY that it now poses great
issues, and therfore
V 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns.
,I J; 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. has a strong in-
its south
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.
The real ques-
Cz The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 : what is the price of
I Want Ads-376-4672 to stabilize it,
: I are the guarantees
I r1r an agreement? This

A Decision's 10-Year Aftermath General find out.De Gaulle has

I -: Ten years ago the U. S. Supreme of Mississippi have remained segregated ANALYZE the situa-

tc Court set its face against segregated the entire decade.So we shall conclude,
( decadeof York that French and
public Schools and launched a
the record runs, dismal in card policy are not com
racial ferment unparalleled since in Asia but in
the at are
deep South
gradually brightening -
the Civil War. end mplem ntary. This is
in the border states but always laser what General De-
falling far short of the hopes raisedin three trying to accomplish
The ferment is still going on and
c 1954. in ( conceivable solu
it is gaining in intensity. Something what is certainly an

happened on :May 17, 1954, which More difficult to depict are the first interminable mili
the But it is to
I released host of pent-up emotions.The emotions
a born of this decade. The tion what the United
Negro, discouraged in his dreary Negro has watched, with a rising of is continuing to do,
..\ and unfruitful search for rights long sense of frustration, the South's I I is to sustain the re-
I j due him, found hope in the decision. stolid resistance to integrated ed of the Saigon gov I

: The South was first stunned by it, schools. He has felt the pangs of humiliation eyes is necessary to the
of the French action
I then dug in behind entrenched tradition and resentment as rights and Hanoi.

to resist the constitutional forces intended for his children were bar- can in this sense that the

fanning out from the Supreme red to them. He has wanted those are complemen-

Court's edict. rights, not for future generations, new would become fus
but for his immediate family. Andas one policy if the ad-

I Even Outside The South, a new the school doors remained closed, modification adopted of as Chur-its M

::1 spirit of restlessness began to stir. his indignation grew and led him to remark "we arm to
In a growing mood of self-examin- protest other denials. tions and said that "in Vi-

I l ation, the North became conscious of gins we fight to parley."

'i its own prejudices, and was reminded The lunch counter sit-ins werea ergy alone, the United

I! I that de facto school segregation was small part of the same phe- has no the credible war or poli-for

3 I a stain upon its record. nomenon. But they helped to build it. Once again, as in

up those insistent pressures which we are fighting for
I In the decade just passed place were to culminate in the Housepassed rors. without a practical
like Little Rock Ark. Birm- aim. As we can see
names civil rights bill now before the
ingham, Ala., and Oxford, Miss., be- Senate.It peace after the
war, in our de
came symbols of the irresistible forceof I unconditional sur-

progress challenging the all-but- is important that we try to un- to in the second world
\ immovable object of the status quo. derstand the Negro's profound sense one I the calamitous march
ct I And words such as sit-ins, pray-ins, of frustration in this emotionally ex- Yalu in the Korean
I is the vice of our
swim-ins, and stall-ins, heralded the plosive spring of 1964. It is also important that when we are en-

spreading contagion of protest that Congress, by the enact beam a war we can ima-
I against those rights denials which ment of the civil rights bill, guaran- and I satisfactory end to
had condemned the Negro to second- tee the Negro the generous measureof except the uncondi-

i 1 class citizenship. justice he has been so long denied. I surrender of the en-

good.'P'( .
It is easy to depict the decade in The Supreme Court decision of The the IS ONE of the main

: terms of cold statistics. Today fewer 1954 raised expectations that have it is why morale is so very
I, than 10 per cent of the Negro chi} fallen cruelly short of fulfillment, ing : Asia. We are
dren in southern and border statesare and out of the disappointments there actly and promoting a
nasty war that has
attending integrated schools at has
grown a bitterness that can no end. There is no
the primary and secondary levels. longer be ignored. A decade is much it. the end of the tunnel.

Token desegregation, far too often, too long to wait for justice, and the be heard it said by pe0-

I has been a sleazy substitute for patience of the Negro, since he is Washington that we
compliance. The public grade schools only human, is not inexhaustible.People. on in south Viet
10 or 20 years. That
1 stout hearted in
ning. but it is a dismal
for the villagers of

Voice of the 1 form ; Vietnamese. What demoralizing.we are people offer-is

I in other hand if Peking

On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions == black all are resistance allowed to will be-

and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters i in Saigon, the
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will! be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot stabilization on a form
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The neutralization is like-
Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or intolerably high. Like

else, if they see a
f In SupportOf making this program sufficient We the students can only the of dictating a settle-
and very successful. do so much, but there is a lot pass : won't negotiate it.
AcostaEDITOR Just remember, Mr. Massey you-parents, teachers and ency ; ; therefore to
( we the students of LHS friends-can do. Please helpus ; the President and

Sun: I am a soph will be doing everything with- in whatever way you can, form I F. McNamara
at Lincoln in and beyond our power to to help Mr. Acosta keep his which is to rein-
1'' omore High keep Mr. H. L. Acosta as our job. dye, I resistance of the
School. There are 1,482 oth- recreation supervisor. CAROL SIMMONS .
er students that attend this my conversation in
c school, but I am only capa- I think I am entitled to
ble of speaking for one person Scare Didn't Disturb Nape I the French see a
''I -that is myself. How ever I ; resistance as neces-
j am sure that about 99 percent .L the negotiations they
i of the student body feels ( ) New York Times "Would you mind handing the I to open up. But
the same as I about this situation LONDONSecurity men over ?" the i they do not think
accompanying Foreign Secre- your gun they asked
tary R. A. Butler had their Amar Singh with grim polite- than a shot in thg
think that Mr. Masseyhas most ness.
I exciting moment when man I doubt whether
unjustly fired Mr. H. L. his trip to Washington, Japan Singh gave them his Web- been American thinks any so,
Acosta on the charge of in- and the Philippines was near- ley .32 caliber revolver and
subordination. There shouldbe ly over. explained that nobody had die."
further action taken A steward on the jet air- told him it was against regulations i BE 'saId, J be..
through an investigation anda : a policy of stabili
liner bringing the foreign secretary for passengers to car-
hearing.I home noticed that a ry guns. Singh, a carpenter Southeast Asia d think that Mr. Acosta bearded Indian was carryinga from New Delhi, has had the a that the American
has done a wonderful job with pistol in a shoulder holster. gun for 14 years, since his fects presence in the:
the recreational program. He The steward signaled to the army days in Kenya. do : shall not be
has performed all the dutiesto security men, who cautiously Up front Butler slept form troops withdraw
the best of his abilities in moved into position. through the incident. cells Viet Nam. On the-
that we should strength..
position in the South!
itself We should be able tor I
I > POTOMAC FEVER cells? if we do not forget: \
have \' allowed ourselves
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau that we are a sea

power and must not
Rep. Ancher Nelson says federal workers are forced to buy $100 tickets for will in land wars
I an LBJ dinner. So what? If we're going to fight poverty we've got to have poor laser I mainland. I

t people. inside I think that.
play and American .action; t
Ii Congress may drop the school prayer amendment. There's talk instead of a the j thought of as corn'i i I ''
simple resolution advertising God that the House of Representatives is in favorof on? ] not as compe.
Him. government canT E
-- 1 time afford to.
The administration will ask congress to raise the debt limit again. Turning : J cannot say so be-' I
off those lights just isn't enough. We're going to have to turn off the Treasury. really might. undermine.:: ,
I -- fighting m iale. i!
The House appropriations committee had the right spirit, though, when it less : in Saigon =- I
cut the space budget. It wants to turn off the Moon. -' acles. ; cannot .say-so _
-- I they cannot negotiate
Bobby Kennedy says he won't run for the Senate in New York. He's goingto a ] ; and at :the:-.sime*
stay loose you never know where Gov. Wallace is going to look for his to : their blessing to.6urz
vice president. ] But nonetheless f
-- sauce ; so often before in.- t 1
i The Indian Claims Commission says we owe the Seminoles for Florida. We'll man 1 j I< France and ;
sue! When they sold it they didn't tell us that half of it was covered with joker. 1: have the same.fuav- .
swimming pools. '**'- '
very j I interests. ; ?
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II I I: Foiling Four Deadly Assassins YOUR HEART HAS NINE LIVES-8 I

t By ALTON BLAKESLEEand The risk rises with both the'''example-and how to control daily doses of Insulin. But diabetes can almost always -strokes have occurred in your tive sense-only if- they died and heart attacks may mean

JEREMIAH STAMLER, M. D. ette amount smoking and ,duration and with of cigar-inhal- |them. Using recent discoveries The other, a lawyer, is not be controlled, especiallywhen family. prematurely from the penaltiesof very little.If .

Cigarettes, elevated blood ing. from the laboratory, the physician aware of his disease. He doesn't detected early, through I But this doesn't mean a naked atherosclerosis, at age 40 or blood and
pressure, diabetes and hered- can almost always find the quite feel up to par, and is be-I urine or blood testing, before'sword hangs over your head, 50 or 60.Heart pressure
ity are prime members of the But these studies find, too, drug, or combination of them. coming just a step slower in his the disease can cause serious: destined invitably to fall upon cholesterol- and sugar metabolism -
heart-killing syndicate. But you that smokers who stop before I Ito, reduce and control elevated reactions, a fact which-if he harm to blood vessels and or, the children and cousins and specialists and geneti: are all normal, and you
can act to foil them. they become ill also reduce I blood pressure.' notices at all-he attributes to gans. Most diabetics then'ave, uncles and aunts. cists generally agree that thereis don't smoke, it's very likely you
For millions of men and their added risk. a far better expectancy of living some hereditary influence in can relax and forget about the
I women, cigarette smoking has The investigations linking cigarettes I The successful counterattackalso growing Nor does older.the lawyer know out a normal lifespan, a life of Even if there are gounds for atherosclerosis. But no specific family tendency-provided you
marked one major change in with soaring rates of involves attention to diet, good health and full activity. suspecting a hereditary tend- is known that it. keep those risk factors under
our habitual way of life since lung cancer overshadowed the to weight, and to other conspir- that on this one count of having; ency, you can certainly act to gene causes control.
Probably at least 80 cent
: World War I, with cigarette !far greater threat-in terms of atorial risks, such as diabetes.i diabetes, he is running three to Diabetes to some extent may sheath the sword. per
four times as much risk of of the familial tendency can be There's no reason for Jatalismor
consumption increasing about numbers of people involved- pre- be a genetic or inheritable din If a grandfather or father or
j 500 per cent in that time. which those same studies found Diabetes mature heart attack or strokeas order, and some research indicates uncle died from a heart attack accounted for by habits or tend- pessimism. To a very great
And whether we like it or concerning heart disease. Each man is in his early SO's, the nondiabetic.At the hereditary influence or stroke at age 85, and had encies to such risks as obesity, extent, you can be master of
I not, investigations during the i This evidence prompted the and each has mild diabetes. least two million American may be quite significant 'So be lived a full life that's scarcely hypertension, excessive blood your fate.TOMORROW. i
last dozen years have turned American Heart Association and One, an electrician, knows it, adults and children are 'estimated especially alert if one or both a significant sign of a family cholesterol diabetes, heavy ( : ROAD TO RE-
up ominous statistical evidence College of Chest Physicians to and has his diabetes under firm to have ,diabetes, I and parents or close relatives have tendency toward high risk. smoking, and inactivity. COVERY) I'
1 that cigarette smokers increase warn publicly of heart dangers. control through diet, weight control perhaps half of them do not been diabetic. What happened to your rela- As a single risk, any familial (Condensed from "Your Heart His
their risk of premature heart And the Royal College of Physicians and regular exercise, and know it. Perhaps heart attacks or tivs is meaningful-in a nega- tendency toward atherosclerosis MnvrfoM Nine Lives,1, WA* published hv Alton by Blakeslee Prentice).HAIl. 1
disease by three to six times in Great Britain declaredin n
over. non-cigarette smokers. the spring of 1962 that ciga- J

rette smoking "probably in- Jt
creases the risk of dying of
TodayHistory coronary heart disease. -.J.l feJTF!" t

In: mittee January(The to authoritative of the the U.Advisory Surgeon Com last \ PICK A PORTABLE ss. AT THE PRICE YOU WANT i

By Today THE is ASSOCIATED, Tuesday, May PRESS 26, General that declared male"it cigarette is established \ PAY DURING; J.M. FIELDS PRICE SHATTERING l

the 147th day of. 1964. There are smokers have a higher death JMMsM
219 days left in the year. rate from coronary artery disease -
than non-smoking males."
Today's highlight in history: ("Although the causative role
On this date in 1868, the only of cigarette smoking in deaths Q UPUTY
: American president ever to be from coronary disease is not
I impeached, Andrew Johnson, proven, the Committee considersit DISCOUNT
won his fight in the Senate, the more prudent from the public -
impeachment forces losing bya l health viewpoint to assume
single vote. that the established associationhas

In 1668; the first meeting of causative meaning than to ttS1 .
the New Jersey Colonial Assem- suspend judgment until no uncertainty -
bly was held.
There is as yet little defini-
In 1790, Tennessee was or- tive understanding as to how
ganized as a territory. cigarette smoking affects the
heart .
In 1805, Napoleon was detrimentally.But
i studies to date all
crowned king of .
I Italy.In
that cigar and pipe smokersare
1942, Nazi armies opened much better off, in general
drives on Stalingrad and the running little extra risk of
Caucasus.In premature death. This seems to Select from such famous name brands as.. ADMIRAL
1946 normal service was be related at least in part to
restored on railroads followinga inhaling by cigarette smokers.The 729
I nationwide strike and the gov- tip of over-riding importance ADMIRAL OLYMPIC EMERSON
ernment ended its control of the to all cigarette smokersis
lines. that men who quit are foundto 1gCI
Ten years ago-Final returns have less risk, approaching RCA VICTOR WESTREX MOTOROLAS
lI in the Irish parliamentary elections the status of those who have '
showed Prime Minister never smoked.
Eamon de Valera's Fianna Fail 1 High Blood PressureIn
party had failed to win a ma 10 short years, the counter- of a" GENERAL ELECTRIC WESTINGHOUSE
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Five years ago-Israeli For life scored a brilliant victory. ire"", or ,0"\\8S' HERE ARE JUST A FEW PRICE SLASHING EXAMPLES '
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tion through the Suez Canal. deaths of middle-aged Americanmen
One year ago-Fears were expressed and women due to high C
for the health of Pope blood pressure declined 44 per
John XXIII who suffered a recurrence -I cent.
of hemorrhaging. Specialists now declare that ff\C10R:
high blood pressurehypertensioncan -
Elks RitualHonors be combatted successfully 1
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j/f' Rudy Freman, Gene Lidden us show a tendency for blood o torn to bvy PERFORMANCE!
I and Tommy Hicks of the pressure to rise, but this is by 1s tmc ,
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iii Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor ie,bs tea.yc'ea

Mrs. John Kitchens Brown fiancee of Miss Hugh Jennifer W. ADMIRAL

.... Harling Jr., a linen shower was
Mrs. Carl L. d
.. given recently by PiN
Denney Sr. and her daughter,

Honors SeniorsIn .. Miss Kay Denney who enter- =

tained in their home.
compliment to two P. K. Walkup, Mrs. John Kitchens )' : : Gardenias and roses were FREEZES

Yonge graduating seniors, Miss entertained with an informal ,' I used throughout the house anda ; iiMllli ,
Leslie. Eggert and Miss Helen party Saturday morning at herBrides' SPACIOUS 11.8 Ct1.Flr
pink and white color note was t REFRIGERATOR
home when more than 150 a
guests called. .... .. featured in the party appoint- HB MMUPFRONT
I Little Miss Anne Eggert sister -- .y. ments. t J ; DOOR STORAGE i HHBWIDE.SPACC
of Miss Eggert greeted 1 Guests Included Mrs. Hugh

guests at the door. _Jil Harling Sr., Mrs. Odi Robinson + FREEZER SHELVES
BookTODAY Mrs. Charles Couch Jr.,
Receiving with the hostess
4Midshipman -- Mrs. Fred H. Schofield Sr.,
were the honorees and their
.Irs. Bill Barnes, Mrs. Jim
mothers, Mrs. C. Lee
May 26 Mrs. Edwin Eggertand Kenneth C. Smith Jr., son of Mrs. Winnifred lope, Mrs. Walter Matthews t
Patio party for Miss Caro- Intosh.[ Walkup of Mc- M. Nielsen of Gainesville, was recently visited by Congressman Mrs Paul Brannan Mrs. A. L. i EAflfl I
lyn Ridgell and her fiance, D. R. (Billy) Matthews at the U. S. Naval Academy. lastinger Mrs. H. Clay BostonJr. .
C. B. Daniel Jr., 7 p.m., Mr. Gardenis and hydrangeaswere Smith, appointed to the academy by representative Matthews, ., Mrs. John E. Kiker, Mrs. :. ; S AUTOCRATIC
and Mrs. Henry McLaurin and used about the house. will graduate in 1966.Scouts. I Ken Morris, Miss Carolyn ICE MAKER
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Mr. and .
Mrs. Bill
Duggan Harms and Miss Schol- i .x:
Blue and Sherry
white colors of _* MEAT_Kftf'tKFRIJtT _
hosts at the McLaurin home, AND t'i
PKY and purple and white,
2238 NW 16th Avenue. field.Miss BASKETS
colors of used in
WEDNESDAY, May 27 Honor Brown and Mr. Harlingwill
the appointments for the serv-
Miscellaneous shower com- exchange their nuptial vows
ing table, which was placed on
plimenting Miss Judith Di- Friday at 7:30 in the
pjn. gif
the terrace. +| ONLY 35% WIDE
ane Tucker, bride-to-be of Wil Senior MembersMembers First Baptist1 church.
liam Dale' Arnett 8 p. m.. Those serving were Miss Jan-
Mrs. Paul Tarrant, Mrs. is Loften, Miss Cynthia Babers, Following the wedding, the .

John Baxter Butler the and Butler Mrs. Miss Mickler.Sue Baker and Miss Karen of the Gainesville Special guests present included -reception parents will be, Mr.given and by Mrs.thebride's 4t Fits in the same space $49995
George at
Girl Scout Senior Planning the following Cadette troop as Old
home, 1722 NW 11th Road. The hostes3 presented the two Austen Brown of Atlanta, at your Refrigerator
Board honored graduating members -leaders and assistant leaders:
THURSDAY, May 28"Coke" honor with the Chi Omega sorority house. .11 I Gives WITH
guests gifts duringthe Miss Janis Lydick Miss Mrs. Richard Rowley and Mrs. "L -' JOB 18.8 co. ft. of storage- TRADE INl
party for Miss nearly+ce the of -
storage most
party. space
Mary Frances Lunsford and Ray Langieri from Troop 456
Gayle Cross bride-elect of ten-yearold refrigerators.New thinner
Miss Margaret Voss at a banquet Mrs. Harry Stroud, Mrs. Leo Sewing Classes
Caspar Rappenecker Jr., 4 to d > waDs mean plenty of storage space
,, 6 p.m. Mrs. William C. 0'- Penny HendryComplimented recently at the Primrose Myers and Mrs.M. E. Harrison -_ ill- for bulky foods such as gallon mBk'botUes COME IN TODAY!
Neal and Mrs. William Ave- Inn.They from Troop 437; Mrs. Thomas RegistrationOpen ,toasts turkeys melons! Limited Offer
are members of Mariner Elfe Jr., from Troop 422; and f1T I
ra at the former's home, 621 !II
SW 26th Place.Rehearsal Troop 452, under the leader- Mrs. J. Morris Trimmer from Now : 'A YAIlD OF
I t dinner honoring ship of Mrs. John S. Rowe. Troop 463.Other .

t Miss) Jennifer Brown, and At Shower Miss Lydick is the retiring special guests included Advance registration is now -- 'V.JONfIS

I I their son, Hugh W. HarlingJr. Miss Penny Hendry, br i d e. president of her troop and Miss Mrs. Herman Voss, Senior being accepted for sewing Open Mondays Til' 0DM

., 7:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. elect of William Canady, was Voss has held the office of Planning Board Adviser; Mrs. classes in the Adult Education and m I r'' '. : OnlY99f! ci
Hugh W. Harling Sr., Holi- honored at a bridal shower president of the Senior Planning Herbert Scheveyer forme Program scheduled to begin Fridays ZYa1 .

day Inn.FRIDAY. given recently by Mrs. CharlesC. Board. jainesville Council executive; June 15 at 9 a. m. L BUDGET TERMS
May 29 Miss Joey Wimmert, planning Mrs. Wm. P. Ridgway, Gateway;
Wedding of Miss Jennifer B. Below at her home. Co- board vice-pres"dtnt and ban- Council board member; Mrs. Enrollment is limited to 15 in

Brown, daughter of Mr. and hostesses Below and were Miss Miss Ann Margaret Bridges.The quet chairman gave the wel- George Jones District VI Ad- each class. All classes will be BUY WHERE SERVICE IS A SPECIALTY
Mrs. Austen B. Brown of Atlanta come. Invocation was given viser; Mrs. Marshal D. Raulerson taught in the Adult Education

and Hugh W. HarlingJr. guest list included Miss by Miss Martha Hadley, introduction English instructor a t Building, 711 West' University
., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gail Abbey Miss Mary Jane of guests by Miss Sara G.H.S., Mrs. Duke Mimms, Avenue.

W. Harling Sr., 7:30 p. m., Below Mrs. Eloise Cox, Miss Myers and a review of the WECO Neighborhood chairman, Mrs. Bruce Thomason will JIM VOYLESAPPLIANCES
First Baptist Church. Recep- Terri DuDouni, Miss Beth Hen- year's activities by Miss Voss. and Mrs. Morrison.
instruction for
tion following at the Chi Omega deny Miss Joy Hetherington, Awards Made New officers of the Senior give beginners,
Sorority House with the Miss Pat Jourdon Miss Reeda Service Aide Bars, Marker Planning Board are: those interested in children'sclothing & TELEVISION
bride's parents as hosts. Mattair, Miss Gayle Reaves, pins and membership stars were Miss Joey Wimmert presi- and in advanced sew

I Dessert party honoring Miss Miss Sue Silverman, Miss presented to Senior troop members -dent; Miss Sara Myers vice- ing. 419 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372.5303
Gayle Cross, fiancee of Cas- Rheua Stakely Miss Pat War, by Mrs. Rowe of Troop president; Miss Carolyn Beck Further details on registration ,

par Rappenecker Jr., Mrs. ren, and Mrs. Elliott Hendry 452 and Mrs. George H. New- with, secretary; Miss Toni may be obtained by calling
' Murray Sipprell of Melrose mother of the honored bury of Troop 432. Burroughs, treasurer; and Miss Mrs. Thomason. '
I' and her daughter, Mrs. Pat The graduation ceremony was Judy Rountree Senior Scope reporter -
I Warren of, Gainesville, at the I The wedding will be an eventof I conducted by Troop 452. .

} Sipprell home. June 20. Mrs. Donald Morrison Jr., i 3I
, Gateway Girl Scout Council 6.R

r. president, announced the Na- Dinner Set 3 .R M
Calendar Of Events
tional Girl Scout Round-up to ThursdayReservations i
, be held in July at the Farragut,
Wildlife Management Area near for the final dinner .
TODAY, May 26 10:30: a.m., Chrysanthemum,
Anna Miller Circle 8 Mrs. James H. Smith, 1500 Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Several meeting of the Alachua Au .8 Y J

p.m., Elk's Lodge, HostessesMrs. NW 35th Way; Daisy, Holiday I Gainesville Senior and 9th-grade dubon Society to be held on
Gene Liddon and Mrs.W. Inn; Dianthus, Mrs. H. Cadette Girl Scouts are participating -Thursday at 6:45 p.m. at the < ,"" .
A. Anderson. B. Goodwin, 4104 NW 19th Pl., in the Round-up tryoutsnow Holiday Inn, should be made tonight fS'
, Altrusa, 7 p.m., HolidayInn. Gloriosa, Mrs. J. Gibbs i under way in Gateway by contacting Colonel F. :
Chesnut 519 SW 21st Avenue W. Hodge.Dr. .
. Merrysteppers Workshop 8p.m. ; Graders Attend Oliver Austin, author of

, City Recreation Center. 11 a.m., Hibiscus, HolidayInn Ninth grade Cadette Girl "Birds of the World", will be
WEDNESDAY, May 27 ; Scouts attending the banquetwere guest speaker. Ff

! Gainesville Bridge Club 11:15 a.m., Camellia, Mrs. welcomed into Senior Cost for the dinner is $2.75 f1T:4e

7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn. Maurice Boyd, 2236 NW 9th Scouting. per person. '
Cosmos Club, Picnic, 10 Place; :
a.m., Mrs. and Mrs. VernonSchafer's
Noon, Azalea, Holiday
Swan Lake Home. qr
Inn; Dogwood, Mrs. Mark State Award Won I '
Chapter AF, PEO 10 a.m., Richardson Evinston Florida

Luncheon meeting, Mrs. Roy i.
Green and Mrs. L. E. Schoon- ;
maker, at the latter's home, 12:30 p.m., Daylily, Mrs. C. '
A. Pound, Jr., 1647 NW 19th *
800 SW 25th Place. By Chapter B'
University City BridgeClub Circle; Rose, Mrs. John Van
Dyke Saunders 108 NW 22nd
7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, I
107 NW 15th Terrace. Drive; The Marie Starr Award of Hunter, retiring president and<
Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30 12:45: p.m., Founders the National Secretaries Association 'I delegate, attended the Tampa
Gainesville Golf and Country was presented to the meeting.
a.m., Mrs. W. W. Little,
Mrs. Guy Fulton, 2245 NW 5th Club; Gainesville chapter during the I They also will represent the
Place. 2:30 p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs. NSA Florida Division meetingin chapter at the International con
University Women's Club Julian H. McCranie, 716 NE Tampa over the weekend. vention in Washington D. C..

Newcomers Bridge 8 p. m., 7th Street; This award is given to the early in July. H
Clubhouse.Old 4 pjn., Lotus, Mrs. GeorgeW. chapter having the greatest per- I Other new chapter officersare
and New Boards Fletcher, Newberry Road; centage of members participa-. Miss Betty Brooker first
Fine Arts Association, 8 6 pjn., Mimosa, Mrs. Hil- ting in the certified professional vice-president; Mrs. Bowman,
ory T. Bevis, 2730 NW 39th secretaries examination. second vice-president Mrs.Walter Mr. Mortoiineedsr muffler
p.m., Mrs. Earl Killgore, 2200 Avenue ? a new '
NW 11th Avenue. ; Gainesville members taking L. Beach, treasurer, Mrs. *
May Dinner Meeting, Jun- 6:30 pjn., Geranium Mrs. the examination this year were Donald Thomas, corresponding l
ior Welfare League, 7 p. m., W. H. Pierson, 1831 NW Tenth Mrs. Katie Morrow Mrs. Mar- secretary;' and Mrs. Ann Pau '
preceeded by social hour Avenue; Gladiolus, Mrs. Tom- tha Crawford, Mrs. Peggy Bowman ling, recording secretary.
my Ridgell, 1715 NW 16th Mrs. Cora Orton, Mrs. Members attending the
at and 6 pjn.Country, Gainesville Club. Golf Social Avenue; Frances Colvin and Mrs. Ann Tampa meeting were Mrs. Ron- Mr. Morton muffed it If he had been a steady ofer of AMOCO.

hour for sustaining membersat 8:00 pjn., Carnation, Mrs.E. Paulling.Mrs. ald Stanley, Miss Brooker, Mrs.
home of Mrs. William E. W. Johnson, 2803 NE 11th Naomi Bullett newly- Bowman Mrs. Martha Crawford Gasoline he could have doubled the life of thatimuffler; and
Elmore, 1800 NW 14th Ave Terrace. elected president of the city Mrs. Mary Tompkins, and ,
UF Law Dames, 8 p.m., organization and Mrs. Beulah Mrs. Judy Crosby.

THURSDAY nue. MaySGainesville Mrs. Walter Probert, 1929 NW -- saved a little moneyin the meantime.\

Library! .Advi- 14th Avenue.

sory brary.Board, 8 pjn.,,* Li-' Dinner Alachua meeting Audubon, 6:45 pm.Society HolIday gasoline for your car that is Certified Lead-Free:.S6 ):at4thogg!

Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Inn, Dr.Oliver 1.. Aus-.. ,
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Circles: Tournament, 1:30 p.m., Men'sPairs J

9:45 ajn., Magnolia, Mrs.J. and Women's Pairs, 8 _ _ ; }

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H. Janes, Cowpen Lake;Gar Luncheon, 12:15 M ; !; ;:
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I In The Whither Go the Losers? Ii IiBy '. -

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I 'CapitolY ALLEN MORRIS land won the first time out. gubernatorial adminis tr ation izations. j I .

TALLAHASSEE -' Chances Brailey Odham, Fred O. Dick- will be a big factor in deter- Too, Karl and Mathews well j EVERYBODY'S TALKING I
j are good that we have not seen inson and Fuller Warren lost mining what happens to Scott could feel they were the vic- '. ,'1" '>i
WASHINGTON (AP-In the the last of the candidates for twice. Kelly. tims of a collision between ex- ABOUT THESE ARTICLESIN

news from Washington: governor who were defeatedfor Those who lose once are stimulated There hardly could be any tremes 'which wiped out the THE NEW ISSUE OF
the first time this year. to try again by a num- argument that Senator John E. middle ground on civil rights. j
RAISE: Secretary of the Florida political history shows ber of The losers I I
reasons. are Mathews, Jr., of Jacksonvilleand They can say to themselves that; t.t
Treasury Douglas Dillon asked that few major gubernatorial inclined generally to explain Representative Fred B. they lost not on personalities,i i
Congress' :Monday to raise the aspirants are content to fade defeat in terms of "if onlies," Karl of Daytona Beach split a not on State Issues, but on a.
away into obscurity after once usually diferent courses which national upheaval. (
pool of votes. If either Mathewsor
temporary debt ceiling from having been denied success in could be taken in a second try. I
Karl had not been in the As for former Senator Fred.
(315 billion to $324 billion for the the first clutch Too, they believe experienceis CATHOLICS
;fiscal_year that begins July L for the big a great teacher. The runners- race, the other almost certainly 0. (Bud) Dickinson, Jr., of West '
EI would have received virtually Palm Beach,,it is hard to believe -
The "debt ceiling now Is temporarily brass ring. Cracker up, in particular feel they all their combined vote. This he could raise money
This is not to could be the beneficiaries of
at $315 billion. If Congress would have been enough to put again for a. statewide campaignbut
does not ,;act by June 30, say that they any public disenchantment with him in the runoff. it is'equally'hard to believehe < I
always comeback Politics the winner. Their names are
it wjU revert to the would not endeavor to put'phis
: permanent .
to win, nor constantly mentioned in discussions While Mathews' situation is
'.' level..of* $285 billion-about $25 even that they of the next campaign. harder to figure because of the special promotional 'talents HARD-HITTING REPORT ON HOW CATHOLICS, PROTESTANTS &

biffi below the nation's actual try again for They hear from many of those reverse he suffered in his home to somewhere in ,public ARE ATTACKING AGE-OLD MISTRUST, HATRED OF JEWS I
debt: at this point: the governorship. Some are content who went down to defeat with county of Duval, each appearsto I ;

I VISITOR:. Malaysia Prime I to reduce their aspirations, them. All this amounts to a self' regard himself as being far t INSIDE THE FLYING WHITE HOUSE I
Minister( 'Tunku Abdul RahmanIs at least temporarily, to a more fueling draft. from out of the political pic-i Electrical
reachable The first campaignof ture. Mathews, of ,
-expected to visit WashingtonInmidJulyfor prize. primary course re- EXCLUSIVE PICTURES OF JOHNSON FAMILY ABOARD THE
1S64 was a rarity in the sense mains in the Senate and thereby -
r talks with Pres- There will be In the State PRESIDENTIAL JET THAT CARRIES FATE OF FREE WORLD
i that every aspirant truly'could > possesses a forum, while i i MOTORS REBUILT :
idean ;
1 4ohnson-and top officials Senate at the 63 session four be regarded as a major candi Karl will have to find one. j
: oCIbe slbiattoa Jn. Southeast members who have sought the date. Each candidate's entry I That Karl, despite being the I Residential Commercial I : SWIMSUITS & SALADS
CjJ-SofficaIs; } ,said Monday.'governorsip. This well may bea 'simply reduced the number of low man in the first primary i Industrial i .

:he;United States has.formally record number. :votes needed for two of themto field, looks ahead to further]I CALL i : COLORFUL PREVIEW OF SWIMSUIT FASHIONS FOR EVERY
-invHedjth Malaysian leader I Senator Charley E. Johns of get into the runoff. public service may be inferred I C. P. Dressier : I <<
for:-a=cefemonTal. visit and he Starke was defeated, while Acting -I Already, there isn't any from a "thank you" tour he SHAPE; PLUS TEMPTING THINNING DESSERT SALAD TIPS I
has jndicaled be would come, Governor, in the runoff of doubt that Senator Scott Kellyof 'expects to make to express appreciation -: Electrical Contractor jll I :.
Phone FR 6-5193 :
buIJhejaates'Jbave'not been 1954. Senator John M. Lakeland looks himself in to the I'." '''' '' yet McCartyof upon person men; 910 N.W. 4th St. :I TODAY-BEST-SELLINQ MAGAZINE ITS FIELD. IJ
anBSWd;, Fort Pierce was eliminatedin as a candidate now for '66. l and women of his county organ-I I I
the first primary of 1960, the Finishing 2,202 votes out- of
ONE::SPOT'r"Secretary_ ofDelens.Hobert 'year when Senator Doyle E. second place, Kelly put on rec-
S.: McNamara Carlton, Jr., of Wauchula made ord his suspicions of a local TOMORROW ONLY
aria:Secretary: of the Navy Paul the runoff. Senator John E. conspiracy to manipulate voting I
H: NUze will visit the naval Mathews Jr., of Jacksonville machines in one moderately
shipyards at Charleston S.C., lost in this year's first round. large county and then wisely
and Norfolk, Va., Wednesday as I Running twice for governor refrained from a formal court I
I they continue their preparations'has been helpful to some, but contest. Kelly told his .supporters [
for possible shipyard shutdowns his is no indicated way to vie- to save their Kelly buttons
I r. later this year. :tory. Since 1940, Farris Bryant, and said he wasn't going to endorse -
f Dan McCarty and Fuller War either of the finalists,
The two officials plan to visit ren each lost once before win I,thereby leaving his hands un _
alt 11 naval shipyards before ning. LeRoy Collins, Millard tied.
reaching a decision. They have Caldwell and Spessard L. Hoi- Public acceptance of the new 'A iT11
already toured the San Francis- 1. ] I .1 '

m California'and and Mare Island the yards shipyards at Bos in If It Isn't Dogs It's

ton and Portsmouth, NIL

DINNER: President and Mrs. Boys Playing* at MailmanHe
Johnson plan a special program WEDNESDAY
of Irish readings by two Broadway Little boys who want to play didn't have any solution to (' { Ill lll liuum gill I II I I I THIS
stars at Wednesday night'sformal I mailman are one of the post offer for the problem. I I f !
state dinner for visiting'office's biggest problems, Post Next to youthful mailmen, Pin Manager's Specials
President Eamon De Valera of master Paige Pinnell told nell listed the post office's problems i LI =
Ireland. Gainesville Civitans yesterday. as delayed or lost mail -
They've been known to diligently "which we usually can explain"and I
The husband-wife team of Colleen delay, destroy and re fluctuating railroad schedules .
Dewhurst and George C. distribute the neighborhood's' that make it difficult for II '-
the office schedule JMelds 1P'r
Scott will perform in the East mail. I post always I
its man power when it's I
Ballroom in after-dinner
an program "Every mail box by the curbis most needed. =
for the black tie event TWO PIECE
to .
just one more. temptation to Pinnell spoke to the Civitans =
which about 140 guests have the little fellow who wants to during the group's luncheon

\ been invited. I play postman," Pinnell sa i d. meeting in the Holiday Inn. I QUALITY row'DISCOUHT = SEERSUCKERCOORDINATES = ;

\ Whites Likely to Boycott !, I I rIII I

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: Court 'Integrated' Schools I BONUS 1 CO'rARE =

: I = $3 DOLLARS =- II
1 '-'" COUPONS I I MORE a t t L tv = I

FARMVILLE, Va. AP-Few) I rate speed' has run out, and lation without public schools. I -
white and Negro students are that phrase can no longer jusli- During the past.five the E 'J jIl 1
years Now you con replenish your svmmer' % QldI i
expected to share the 1
,{ same I
f denying these Prince! Edward pTH 1S fashion 1
classrooms next fall in Prince y ounty's approximately 1,250 robe at big savings. Ugh coordinates '
Edward County despite a U.S. County school children their con- white children have attended TAN. LOTION = ore lightweight and cool. Sunny prints and ..
Court order titutional to in I SUN. stripes la Block Pink, Maize or Blue. Size '
Supreme that public rights an edaca-I private schools hastily set up
====:3 1018.FAR.
t 1 schools be reopened on an ion equal to that afforded by I reaction to the court's integra I

integrated basis. the public schools in other parts I ion order. About 1,600 Negro r :
While reaction to Monday'shistoric SIZE
of Virginia. t children went largely without 1.25
ruling from county and I 2-pi iece Seersucker with card: an .
state officials was scant, opine The case, which has journeyed j formal[ schooling until last September YJ1TH COUPON = neck box-style Jacket. Set-ott -_
ions were privately voiced that through a maze of state and j when-at the urging of I with lovely rose motif. th II

the net result would be a public federal court decisions since its I the late President John F. Kennedy -I I II
system attended almost! LEFT
inception in 1951, was sent back J -an experimental one-year UP01'f II
entirely -
by Negroes boycotted
to the I educational known as CLIP ls 2-piece Seersucker has stytUn jacket
Richmond U.S. program
by white students who would District p00 iii with sd'pa nr.d collar. .
Court which 1 he Prince Edward Free School SHAM -
continue to study at private, was empowered to DRUFF ')
segregated schools. order the county's schools re :Foundation was established with DAN NOT ''A !:. In
delivering the court's main opened. ]private funds. I ILLUSTRATED J Iboxstyle
2-piece Seersucker features cardigan neck f fS1ZE
opinion.; Justice Hugo L. Black
Gov. Albertis S. Harrison Jr. jacket with rayon linen panel! I
said 'the time for mere l'Jib- discussed the decision with I 1.78.VITH center. Daisy-design button holts.
members of the state attorney =
general's staff and later told COUPOMTailored -- "- I
newsmen he could say*very little CULL I : = I
because the case still awaits

Summary! settlement of specific points inU.S. ;
District Court. = LADIES PRINTED _

Of 'Supreme ''Harrison termed the ruling home protection at ACELE & I
"manifestly a far-reaching decision" o
less cost with a I s -1
in that it marks the first
Gourt Action time a court has committed itself Homeowners Policy. I ACETATE 1

to order a legislative body Contact me today! II SHIFTS I
to levy taxes.
:WASHINGTON (AP) Here "' 117 N.E. I I
are major actions'taken yesterday This was in reference to word- ..
by the Supreme Court: ing in the decision that the district r 16th Ave. 177 II

court is empowered to re II
Ordered quick lower court PhoneFRanldln
action to reopen public schoolsin ; quire the Prince Edward County Ladies Sleeveless CottonKNITPLAYTOPS I
Board of ,
Supervisors to
levy A 2.99 VAtUHoJ -
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I the -
necessary taxes to finance a
on a racially integrated basis public school system. 2.0444 dress and sxs: = =
The schools were closed in 1959 I = wear.Alt sleeveless a =
to avoid court ordered a dineIt, was the refusal of the su wfth bateau necklines "'"f r Solids, stripes; print! Single! I
sion of Negroes. pervisors in the face of court. Ralph Turlington Smartly styled for summer and self bens Assorted and double knit shells. tints.
fashion.China,duck Regularly Pn 10 to 16.
ordered : or poplin $1 el, boat, cowl, crew .
integration to such
I -Directed the U. S. Distric: levy P 62101= I fabrics. In alack Powder, 1.99 tr MCklines.Some blowson Jew8 70
court in Atlanta to appraise a I taxes in 1959-and every yea 'STATE FARM Mint and Pastels.018. bottoms,some acetates. II
since that resulted in the I Sizes: S.M.L
new school desegregation plan I Fire and Casualty Company I
southside Virginia county becoming 'Horn Officei Btoomiitfoa.(Knob
adopted by that city's school I 'I
the only locality in the I
board last month.Agreed
; I
to review a Federal 4Yi 50-FOOT
Trade Commission ruling that MR. 4 % I

Colgate the -public Palmolive with Co.television deceived -, !LI Y ii GARDEN HOSE 1'J. =

commercials using a "sandpa .
test" of Palmolive Rapid I
per Shave Cream. I It's swell .
$ 47 7itTI1 I

_Refused to review an order { to begetting I I 1 Reg.
requiring new trial of a $1.75million p .
suit against American 1.97 Girls 3-6X 7-14
Tobacco Co. for damages basedon ) :.1 Fully Lined I

the lung cancer death of a .V2 inch insde.dicmeter. SHORT SHORTS I
Florida cigarette smoker. A 41% = BEACH BAGS !
jury in federal district court in hr Vinyl plastic. Double ply I
Miami decided in favor ol I Imp Holf-6 oxer style* shorts in
American but the U. S. circuit t l Dividends FuDy extra strength. cottonsoidspnMsshipesrent 6 61I I
court in New Orleans ordered a r :.rt : I tlbberixedconYent9! red choice, blue/ or IIICIIze ,:ploystyling

new trial. At .

Declined to rule on a com !.

helpers that their jobs on the GainesvilleMutual

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M.- SUN. NOON-7 P.M.
w ere.beIng given to white em, I DISCOUNT
ployes.The' U. S. circuit court is BUILDING & GAINESVillE-ACRES FREE PARKING CHARGE *.... I *?..***.*<...
11I1CCtI11.e ...;sisnr
wtU lIP' s
New Orleans had held the case LOAN ASSN. i IIMCIIUtS.II. 'j KwAt'*. I &: DAYw .
was within exclusive jurisdIc.tion'of ) 217 N.E. 1st Street U.S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. Phone 375-8292
the Federal Railroad Adjustment Phone FR 6-6711


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i S F ----1 Goldwater Waging Fight of Life I

vK'Y i % By JACK BELL lark. He drifted into the contest like a cinch for the Arizona senator -votes are worth more than just This was an obvious referenceto
1 SAN FRANCISCO (AP-For for the Republican presidential I doesn't look that way any becoming political trading the "smear" charges he said

perhaps the first time in his life, nomination without giving much' more. The reason is, in Goldwater's stamps," he said. had been made against him in

:< q Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., thought to the grind involved in words that other Striking out at Rockefellerand the state campaign.
is pouring all his strength into primary campaigning.In his other opponents, he Earlier in the day, at Shasta
an effort to win a political bat New Hampshire's first primary -nouncd and unannounced con- added: "I will not offer you a College, Goldwater had produced

Goldwater was accounted tenders for the nomination have crybaby candidacy that says do an arrow, stuck it under

tle.It is a grim and fighting Gold- as something less than an enthusiastic "joined in opposing me here in it my way or I won't play." his arm, and turned around to
water who is spurring his cam- campaigner. In Ore- California." Goldwater, who had planned make it appear he had been

paign into the stretch run with gon, he canceled out personal There isn't much doubt, despite -I previously to taper off his Cali-i shot in the back. He ,told this a
New York Gov. Nelson A. Rock- appearances a month before the fornia campaigning, told the crowd of about 1,500 that
some public denials that
efeller for the 86 California nom- voting when the polls indicatedhe cheering throng that "I intendto was what had been happeningto
backers of other potential
inating votes wasn't doing so well. He was spend the next six days dis- him in recent weeks.He .
nominee would like to see Rock-
that will gar second to Henry Cabot Lodge in efeller come out on top in the cussing the issues and nothingelse indicated clearly that he
land the winner Analysis: New Hampshire and third behind primary voting in the belief that even though the tempta- thought the arrows had been
of this states What The Rockefeller and Lodge in this would stop Goldwater cold tion is very great." coming from Republican bows.:
June 2 --
primary GoldwaNews Oregon.But in his headlong accumulation of
For California is a different
convention delegate strength.
ter, running for Means story. Goldwater is showing for 1

.Y aw office in the the first time that shoved intoa Even the supporters of former
past has been corner, he can fight hard. Vice President Richard M. Nix- QUIET COMFORTroomful

something of a happy-go-lucky This state which once looked on, who has had some nice ... ,
i t things to say about Goldwater,
I tI c obviously think their man's position -
, GOP Convention would be bettered if the FRIGIDAIREROOM
Arizona senator rode to a fall.

Former President Dwight D.
3 "9 rwSyr
/ } Leaders Chosen Eisenhower's recent statementof AIR CONDITIONERS

Republican principles was as-
sessed editorially by the New
-L York Times as "plainly de
signed to throw the influence of
Republican National Committee
f < "; the party's most
meets today to approve Sen. ?
Thruston B. Morton of Ken- 1 against Goldwater.
tucky and Gov. Mark Hatfieldof z Goldwater's response has
Oregon as the top officers for ;ku qA; nRa \ : been to come out fighting. He

the party's 1964 convention. r C '+rhCw ii-c did it Monday night before a

, Glad Grad The convention arrangements 1 t Ar 1 cheering banner-waving crowd
committee named Morton per- =3 > '" which overflowed the Oakland

Bill Conway, Daytona Beach, president of the University of Florida Alumni manent chairman Monday. He j Calif., auditorium. v

Association welcomes pretty Sharon Sites, Gainesville, recent honor graduateof had no opposition. 1 Packed with Goldwater partisans -I
the University, to membership in the Association. Miss Sites' contribution Overcoming backers opposition. from sans, the meeting may not have
J to the current Loyalty Fund Drive makes her an Association member as indicated some Goldwater R-Ariz.of Sen.the Barry ,1,1v. added a single vote to his pri-I
by the new window decal Conway is presenting to her. The Associa- committee ..
i total. But it offered Gold-
tfo. ...;......'" n.. $900.(\(\(\ .frnm. .. .IHftnft r r\n.IriKiit.. innaNew combined the jobs of tem- mary I
I tAALI'" aUa v. &vvuu '"v. .u..u. porary chairman and keynote water a forum in which to de-

speaker and gave them to Hat- '1 clare that "I don't gang up with It ain't the heat it's the humidity"Don't
field. other candidates to swap your
United Presbyterian Head Generally Morton is considered ." votes back and forth." II Buy Just A

a moderate Republican. SEN. MORTON "I think that your California Room Air Cooler
Hatfield, who usually is associated I

Has Carved Enviable Career with the party's liberal Buy A
wing, had been recommendedfor
permanent chairman Confer-I by the I I VOTEHAYt TODAY ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

Nrw Cork uTimrB The congregation numbers I of the major centers. There is Republican Governor's ., Difference"Let
more than 1,000 with a growing I no[ doubt that many of the ence. -:-, ":, : 'There Is A
The Rev. Edler Garnett Hawkins THERE'S STILL TIME!
membership the Puerto :stops will include some of tne Neither man has openly sup- .
elected in Oklahoma City ? : t us show you "Under the Hood" of the NEW
as moderator of the General As- Ricans now filling the area. J nation's[ top all-white Presbyterian ported any of the potential GOP I i| It's your responsibility! FRIGIDAIRE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER.
sembly of the United Presbyterian On Sundays two services are : congregations. presidential nominees. t d Don't let Florida down!

Church in the U.S.A., be, held-one in English and one Hawkins harbors one minor Some Goldwater supportershad i .\ DRY COOLING More Moisture Removal
in Spanish. said they would fight 1. Aizt FREE RIDES
comes the spiritual leader ol annoyance. His first name, Ed-
than when Dr. Hawkinswas 1 ler often than not move to combine the job of tem. Low Cost of Operation
more 3,200,000 protestants In 1938, more comes
most of them white. called to the Bronx pastorate I out in print as Elder. He ad- porary chairman for which TO POLLS Styled Well & Ease of Installation

The 55yearold fresh out of Union Thelo-I mits that Elder is a fine Pres- Hatfield had been ticketedandthe i CALL
Negro min- gical Seminary, he had a total :byterian appendage, but he still post of keynote speaker, a < Galvanized Steel Rust Resistant
ister from the Man of nine parishioners-all Negro. ]prefers his own name. which was wide open after Na- Dependable Service
tional Chairman William E.
Bronx made Most of the white congregantshad with other However, the compensationsof Miller withdrew from consider- 1 OR QUALITY DOESN'T COST YOU .
moved to
beIn merge -
history by The I more than a quarter of a cen- ation. 3767839Let's
coming the first I churches outside the neigh- tury in the Bronx far outweigh IT "PAYS" YOU.
After the committee voted 28
mews borhood.As .
of his race to I such minor problems, Let's Give
to 20 to combine the jobs and t OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M.
head one of the moderator, the Bronx One of his proud boasts is thai, then picked Hatfield over Gov. Haydon Burns A
major predomi- clergyman has but one regret. .five young men from St. Augus- Landslide!
nantly white Protestant denominations He will have to leave his church tine have gone into the minis. Tim M. Babcock of Montana by VOYLESAPPLIANCES
in this country.. for one year and go on what an even wider margin 28 to 10, ; JIM
Goldwater said 8
for ION
For 26 years the Rev. Dr. has become known" as the "moderatorial try.The new moderator has carved ., they were satisfied. BURNSof
Hawkins has been minister al!t: tour. & TELEVISION
out enviable in
an career I the selec-
Miller announcing
the St. Augustine Presbyterian I This, in effect, is a country- Presbyterianism.For Governor FloridaPd. 419 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 3725303YOUR
tions noted that
Church in the Bronx. And the wide preaching circuit, with Republicans
two terms he: had convention ( .)
one-year two major
church has prospered. one or two day visits to most headed the Presbytery of New,. officers only prior to 1952. I' n u n ___ __ _________ __u___ _

York, the governing body for With no contests for the nom-;
120 churches in the five bore, ination in 1956 and 1960 he said, !
oughs. For the past year he: the three-way split of top jobs, '
.,.. has served secretary of the:
retained to
in 1952
MAKE YOURRESERVATIONS :,:, <. \ adopted was J
: National Church's Commission I to Republican '
t" 'j.i'WORLD'S give more exposure
7 NOW on Religion and Race. He is regarded leaders. II
liberal ecumenical.
as a ,
I situation this
"Obviously our
FAIR ly-minded churchman. time is entirely different," Mil

One of his colleagues said oi f: ler said. He said convention ..
him, "Edler Hawkins has showr I faced with the
planners are .xr1
TOURS great capacity as a statesman I task of trying to squeeze the WON'T'
4 of the church with a rare gen.. proceedings from San Francisco I MONEY

3, 4ar5DAYS ius for bringing people together into prime television time for i 1
GUARANTEED HOTEL ROOMS ; 'd in the unifying spirit of Chirst the East. He said there could I
CHOICE OF NEW YORK '; "; and we believe that to thE be eight or nine nominations for i GROW A BEARD.
CITY ATTRACTIONS church at large, in days whei 1 president each carrying four i ,
this spirit is so greatly needed seconding speeches, thus lengthening -
he will bring the same kind o i the
I insight and courage and under. Two others who had been

standing." mentioned as keynoter possibilities

I Four years ago in Cleveland, withdrew from considera- ItY
Hawkins was nominated f 0:r tion after the committee voted
the top Presbyterian post bu t to combine the job with tem-: >

lost to the Rev. Herman L. Tur- "orary chairman They are Sen.

i : 'b A iiwa vV ner of Atlanta by a vote of 47 1 Peter Dominick, R-Colo., the Y
to 469. choice of some Goldwater backers :

Hawkins finds relaxation L:l and Minnesota state Chair I } Nr Ya

a "light and easy" game of ten,- man Robert A. Forsythe, who
nis. He married the forme:r served in the Eisenhower ad-
Thelma'Burnett and they havi e ministration as assistant secre-
two children. tary of welfare.

Memorial Day i)f f ice Closing I Il But It WILL GROW If You Let It Lie In

TALLAHASSEE (AP) I[ When holidays previously:fell on 11 11b ,
A Citizens Account
honor of Memorial Day whic a Saturday they were ignored; Savings
because the offices were closed.: .
falls on Saturday, state office s u
Sunday holidays were ob- I
Will i be closed Friday. served on Monday, however and '

-' -, The State Cabinet agreed Mor 1- this policy was left standing in'' No Rip Van Winkles here! But just think how much .- ,_,

day to give workers the day of f i!r. the Cabinet's action. I i iM u

_? a 'I your money will amount to if you let it sleep here for :'

1 1u : #":

Have more fun when you get to New York with money twenty years. Bank-guaranteed interest ... compounded s;, ,, .

on Trallwayi. Low prices shown below include -
you guaranteed hotel accommodations, fair admis- quarterly that's what Hoes it. f '

sion, thrilling Monorail ride selection of sightseeingand ..

your round trip transportation.Low j..
'.;. Open your savings account now. :

Cost Tours From Gainesville

3 Days, 2 Nights, from $80.00

4 Days, 3 Nights, from $91.80 Take VP neat : months to per
our low discount prices.
5 Days, 4 Nights, from $99.70Cost Fum.iture M IIHouse. uttcturers Samplshuie
Soutft j jUtII St.. at Soul*
per person, twin basis round trip u '."
fare included. Daily departures on Thru >'

liner schedule I .. .,.. 'f-. ; .u.., ""
Literature available on all tours I .i ;; -


527 W. Univ. FR 2-6327 ,

TRAILWAYS.Easiest I i iI I f6

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.. _ Tuesday, MJY 28.. J your t3afnes viiiA :Sun tr. 1

I. *f eravz/ms in Angry Mood 1 FoLlowinff. Snorts Disast. i !I

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By THOMAS J. STONE the alert for more disorders in Peruvian team in a PeruArgentina stands. He blamed locked exit of the RESTAURANT FEATURE
45,000 and
into the
police crowd.In
Peru (AP- gas
Feeling :Jie wake of
Sunday's bloody fi- pre-Olympic match. for the WEDNESDAY
gates suffocationand
mass escorted Pazos and the
ran high in the Peruvian !. lale I an attempt to escape the
cap to
Vial today and police were orS game. The police used tear gas trampling of the victims. players from the field. Pazos choking fumes, the mob surged

'- Police announced an official again Monday to break up a Argentina was .leading 1-0 declared Argentina the victor. toward exit gates, locked to

toll of 328 dead in the panic aft- small demonstration by studentsin when Peru scored a goal on an As portions of the mob surged keep non-paying youths from

i Activities er police fired tear gas to check front of San Marcos Univer accidental kick by an Argentine toward the playing field; police sneaking in to watch the game. 1JThIIrw1JThIIrw-

a riot in Luna's National Sta sity. The police said inflamma-! player. Referee Eduardo Pazosof I

: dium. tory speeches were being made. nullified the

; //For Week At The police said 122 of the vic- Police reinforcements re- because Uruguay of a foul. point I EARL C. MAY a. .. Y D >VITH 2 VEGETAILtV

tims had not been identified.It I
pelled a Lima mob headed toward Fighting' broke out among end ALL YOI
I was the sports world's the home of Commander .

I University worst disaster and the Interna- Jorge de Asumbuja, whom they DON'T HEAR WELL? I JACK C. MAY
tional Soccer ,
Federation with accused of
ordering tear MMLIGGETT
ga: Custom-fitted Hearing Aids I Representing
t, Mental health and fine arts headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland shells fired into the crowd pour-;' Accessories Ii,i < r

.'are on the University of Flor asked the Peruvian association ing onto the soccer playing;i Repair On All Makes The Equitable Life

ida's activities' calendar this for detailed information.The field. GAINESVJLLEHEARING I Assurance Society '$ 's ,f DRUG STORES

I ,1 tfeek. rioters were protesting a Asumbuja said none of the I AID CO. I Ii Phone FR 2-3576 h

The Gator Summer Band'sfeatures -"r''rpe's decision against the gas grenades was fired into the I 622 N. Main FR 7-6715 i i GAINESVILLE SHOWNG CENTER I

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ht Concert W Cars d
"-'$ ._" e es ay
the musical narrative

ZTTubby the Tuba," a selection (

especially for children. The con- TO THE CITIZENS OF ALACHUA COUNTY!

<-eert, under the direction of

I ::Band Director Richard W. Bowl-

::Es, begins at 6:45 p.m. on the

HPlaza of the Americas._ WHY

d 3rogressor-Committee The Florida Jack sponsors:'Union S. Funkhouser a For talk u m by.s OF YOUR

Z: rn the' Florida'Union: Auditori-

tprium Tuesday at 8 p.m. The I I

-assistant professor of humani

ties: will discuss fine arts dur-

i :itig theJirst four years of col-

}age andjhe; _role J of the liberal I : : VOTES BE COUNTED ? _'

arts curriculum a college edJication : .T. : ; ': '
i : :. ( : <: >; '

= Dr."Maxwell Jones, originator .
treatment for mental illness, Florida's Attorney Genera!, James W. Kynes, answered the legal ques6,000 Alachua County voters'

speaks on training in social tions about Alachua County Registration procedures in a letter he wrote to registrations. These questions'are now involved

"in psychiatry: the Friday at 12:30 p.m. Hon. T. E. Duncan, State Attorney on April H, 1964. Mr. Duncan is legal in the challenge of the results of the recent city election and of the
Auditorium of the J. Hil-
-415 .Miller Health ,Center. Dr.I adviser to the Alachua County Grand Jury. This I letter answers the maJor.. May 5 Democratic Primary This I letter has not been printed\ but we believe

:"Jones, author. of the. book "TheTherapeutic" I questions raised in the Grand Jury report of April 20, concerning some it should be available for all citizens to ; s. It i is as follows

I : Community," is

_:the-superintendent of Dingleton

Hospital in Melrose, Scotland.

-. Salado Indians of Arizona began FLORIDA '

:; the spring planting or fall, STATE OF \

]harvesting when the sun shone: Office of.tit.

directly through two small ape GENERAL Honorable T. E. Du nCanATTORNEY

ertures on opposite walls of a

Jour-story tower in what is now (SEAL) 2
Tallahassee Page .
the Casa Grande National Mon .\. AS TO QUESTION la
ument. April 14. do any
In the Court of the County Judge W. Kyne' *. Jr.Attorney in Florida that "a deputy See -26 Fla.
rule ,
Alichua County, Florida, In Probctt. James General general I appoint a deputy 6 Fla.
In re WILLIE: Estate S.of JOHNSON It appears tocr:1: could: do except citing i to McK1n non v. McCollum,, ,

Deceased act that his No.1 171 ,
.To All Creditors and Persons Having 303 Public
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Jur. the
You and each of you are hereby noti! Honorable T. E. Duncan 376 at 380.Accordingly. be answered in
fled and required to present any claims Circuit .on la
and demands which you, or either ot 8th Judicial that QuestiState .
you. may have against the estate of Attorney it would appear
WILLIE S. JOHNSON deceased, late of ,.
said County, to the County Judge of Box 63
Alachua County. Florida at his office in Post Office negative. Ib
the court house of said County at Gaines- I TO QUESTJON in
ville Florida, within six calendar months Gainesville\ Flonda'i AS referred to
from the time of the first publication of ,
this notice. Each claim or demand shall perhaps the unauthonzfede facto officers.
be In writing and shall state the place that
of residence and post office address of Registration defect as It would appear would fall in the of
fie claimant and shall be sworn to by Re: .. t Section la above law as a matter
the the
claimant his agent or his attorney, ofelection. rafted on
and any such claim or demand not so affecting outcome .. doctrine was mg and individuals
.filed shall be void. 'The de facto of the public
administrator of the Estate necessity, to protect exercising the
of Willie S. Johnson, deceased policy and of persons
First/ publication official acts
May S 1964
M314) 5:5, 12 If, 26 I t involved in the in the strict point
'TREASURY DEPARTMENT. INTER Ted: : present actually being
NAL: REVENUE. ..SERVICE:.On May t. Dear .. : s telegram In'YOu. Of officers without to require the
'704. one IT 4'1 Mercury *-uoor Sedan.. cent letter and dutIes !.o. said be unreasonable ., .
Identification rein w -- '
No. CM 156033. with n
was seized In Alachua County ac.eessories This eS resoonse iu your questions: of law. It waS seen thaT title 0 f. officer. or
Florida for violation of 26 U.S.C.. Sec the following occasions into the
lions 73017302. Any person claiming an substantially inquire on all has neither
Interest! in said property may file a pe pursuant public to since the public
tition for remission or mitigation of for appointed title. especially
feiture.. or file a claim and deliver a | suoervisor of registration additional deputy compel him to show title of the incumbent.
J25000 cost bond. with the undersigned deputv appoint Investigate the
on or before June IS. 164; otherwise thf I 1. a. "M<:Jv a 1 Florida Statutes opportunity to the interests
property will be forfeited and disposed of j Section 98.271 the time nor of protection of
according to law. Marvin H. Dunn Supervisor to what is principle
In Charge, Alcohol and Tobacco supervisors' is in the neqative. doctrine rests on of the rights or
Tax.. Division. 333 U.S. Courthouse and the above auestion ; been registered The : not of protection
M Office to purportedly parties, of
Building Jacksonville Flor b. "If the answer who has. and third claim or rights
ida. oerson public the
of anv ? of the or
(3333) 5:19.26s 6:2CALL status officer
least supervisor facto
the deputy the acts of de de facto
FOR BIDS I I I such unauthorized vindication of the acts of
Sealed bids will be received by the. by QR 171 Florida The t law validates"
Board of Control until 2:00 P.M., Tues! Section to office. the ground that,
day. June 1 6. 1964 at the office of the I provided by precinct re 9 istra- rival I claimants third persons on
President Tlgert Hall. University of the attestation or the initials and the
deputy. public of
Florida Gainesville, Florida at which 2.'M In making supervlso his written or typed officers as to the are by virtue
time and place all bids received will must the in full or are de 1 jure they
Stotutes officers
be publicly opened and read aloud for sign his nome they are not acts public policy
officer although whose
furnishing all materials and labor for flan in fact
the construction of: ? officers Public
ProJect: Pesticide Laboratory sufficient circumstances Jur. 305
appointed particular, 26 Fla.
University of Florida any duty valid.
Gainesville Florida otion and/or register eecregister l should be considered
State ProJect No. UF-17 superviSor of reglstrauthorized permitted by low to ?" requires
Amount of Bid Deposit $9.500.00 "Is the or to
Deposit for Plans and Specifications 3. supervisor house-to-house i No. 115.Assuming offi
Officers facto
S7000 per set I deputy and were de
Bidders sending bids by mall should address .i tors by door-to-door appointed deputies whom they
them to D. Nell Webb, Zone the improperly the third parties
Architect. Board of Control c-o Dr. J.j then that should be valid as I
Wayne Reitz. President, University of their acts
Florida, Gainesville Florida. Bids if 1 I cers at l least
mailed should be delivered to the above T
address not later than one hour before I I registered.
bid opening.
All work shall be done In accordancewith I
the drawings and specifications I
preoared bv Howell C Hopson, Architect 1' T. E. Duncan
and Associates. Leesburg Florida E. Duncan Honorable .
In association with Forrest M. Kelley,' Honorable T. Biennial
Jr.. A.loA. Architect to the'Board e' 4 the 1961-62
Page of
Control. Work shall be In accordancewith v. Edgin- 389
contract documents pertaining Page 3 opinion in Huffoker General and. 062-21' page believeis the com-
thereto which drawings specifications to the court that on election Attorney as I '
directed .
concluded of settled
and other"contract documents may be also court i In '
3 secured orr-examined by contacting D.I I Your attention wherein the voters should to registration your question
Neil Webb.. Zone Architect Board of 163 Pac. 793 to registering Report. relatingrelative adequate" answer
Control. Bunding E. University, of Florida Idaho. laws where the fully and istcrnce. I
( ton the vote of ass
1 with to enclosures
Gl1ntsvllleFlorida. 1 comply citizens enclosures
of these and
failure to rights attempts is in
General contractors the
may secure drawIngs no men comments
s was
offs car defeat
and.specifications for a deposit of so as to qualified and there attempt will find the above '
S20.00 per set. with a limit of two sets not be construed citizens were that the Trusting you
per contractor. The cost of each set that the further indicates '
will be refunded to the Bidder upon: record indicates the record intentional wrong upon ) KvN s, :': .
Ms return of the documents to the Zone I fraud and where without any r remain Sincere JAMES w, "
Architect's office WITHIN 1DAYSi; commit faith .
in good the voters. (Signed ;
AFTER BID DATE. This deposit shall done of Kynes,4
be the monetary consideration of the! at registration was officers or the part of the .. Jomes W. I .' -.: '
; registration General
Bidder's agreement hereinafter referred'' the part of the registration Ib that the have AttorneyGeneral's .. ':, ",.)0,
to.General I to Question though there may
contractors subcontractors material in answer -
dealers and ether Interested pans, It would appear then would be valid even improperly authorized
secure full or partial sets of the ;
ties may i electors which
plans afldand handigcoso paying the, innocent third party authority by the registration was jWK/wwws
p plans at as to the that is that Encis.
of SI.00 sheet cost question assuming
the rate per not, been some duties fraud.
refundable. upon return of the specification their to commit
In good condition WITHIN 14 deputies performed without any intent
Each bid must tie submitted In strict conducted in 2
accordance with the proposal form fully TO QUESTION and is
which Proposal Form
wilt completed be shown In the Specifications.IF from an acknowledgment been Attorney General M r. Kynes has now challenged the, Alochua
ANY GENERAL CONTRACTOR : distinguished instrument CountyThe :
FAILS TO SUBMIT A BONA FIDE BID' attestotion has been certifies that the contemplate thot vote asking that .thrown out. Although; this letter .was' oc-
FEITED. clause where the waver. in most cases election'lows. cepted in evidence b y the Circuit Court in Tallahassee on May -20,- 1964
Each bid shall be accompanied by merely a does h Under the -
Certified Cashier's Treasurers Check executed before him. It C.J.S 692-3. et seq as directON un' Mr. Kynes w says it was only "on informal letter." And he now says h'
or Bank Draft on any National or State See 1 regarded -
Certified checks shall have State nature rnoy be acknowl' had no i idea that efforts ; "
Bank.Documentary Stamps attached. Check' there will be a S1g ocknoWI lodgment thot the oct of "registration affected both city and county: The

shall CONTROL be made In the payable sum named to BOARD above OF a. the provision relating expressed to declaration in the statute election or that its omission 10. fact is that Alachua County has the same registration i i books for city and

a guarantee and with an agreementthat less mere is on essential) to a valid Acknowledgments. No county, under state law
the Bidder will not revoke or cancel is 320.
his bid. er withdraw from the con or attestation 1 ArI'. Jur. attestation signa-;
petition for a period of 30 days after edg mint election void See purpose for on in the Mr. Duncan is now quoted as saying that the opinions in this letter ore
the opening of bids. and that in the render the the primary tote located' "
event the contract Is awarded to the I will be pointed out that 'attesting may be of the not in conflict with the ,grand 1 jury re Port." Yet the Grand Jury report
Bidder he will within 10 consecutive'calendar should the authenticity
davs after It Is submitted enter : It that the person doing to testify as to the essential; condemns the very P racticesthat Mr. Kynes' letter says are legal.
Into wbin. contract with tie Board I tore is SO a witneSS not absolutely
et In accordance the accepted -'. is needed oS signature is indi-
bad she would
and to the of Con. he or that a above
} trot a contract performance and paw' event Thus it would appear Jurisprudence quoted inva lid. I In summary, the letter above makes clear that:
Tent bond with good and sufficient sureties I docume nt. American registration
satisfactory to the Board of Control I II from nat render a 1 1. Registrations taken
comments would by
In the amount of 100 per cent ..*, and me auestotion persons appointed by deputy registrars in

I the agreement accepted Is bid.Incorporated The Mahe Pro-said I': cote that the lock of on is answered QCcordingly. Alachua County are_ valid.

. Form. The cost of the bong I question
posh than be Included as a part of the S Icf.der's Your second QUESTION 3 Z It is sufficient for a registration official t o.sign a registration form

Bidder's base qualifications bid. must be satisfactory .I I AS TO Opinions with his signature, initials or typed Id entlflCation.taon .
o-the Board of Control. The Board I; copies of Attorney Report
of-Control reserves the right to waive the enclosed 1951-58 Biennial, 3. Door-to-door
Informalities In any bid. to reJect any I attention to and 684-o{.the registration of qualified voters by qualified I I registra,
or- art bids"or to accept any bid an" I direct your es 334 officials
gag is valid
I sue*" alternates that In Its ludgemen and 058-158 .
' will be for the best Interests of the St...'I 051.211 t ..

1 sued Drawings only and by, 'and specifications all questions will be Believing that votes"cast by qualified voters i itt city and county elections

to WeWvJZone Mdd lIIg' shall rBu d'ng E.D. I should 'be counted, we make this letter available to the citizens. of Alachua

( UJ'M Florida.. G U esvule. Florid County.
Telephone Number 374-1241. 1s"1'
If, By Executive: DR. J.Secretary B. CULPEPPER, James D. Pope, Co-Chairman Dorothy Rainbow, Co-Chairman

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I ALACHUA GENERAL Hawthorne Rd. at 10:28: p.m. Marshall Kelly, Hague, no drivers license
$20. Thelma S. Lewis, Starfce ran
HOSPITAL yesterday. red light, 10. Juanita McNair Ivey 606 1
" SE Tin St. U-Turn. $10. John NathanIel .
Howell. 1522 SE 12th Ave. faulty .;t .!' J ) {" !' Jf: : -,. r A'ii.y .. "" :'' "''''. ; :., ::..:..-.[]
May 22, 196-1 Michael Wallace Price, 3019 brakes. 310.Moses : ; > ,:.'\ :;,_ .. "",.. -t. ::t. _.:. :::, = "

ADMITTEDNorris NW 2nd Ave., and an unknown Trent Chlsholm 731 NW 3rd St.,
drunk $25. drinking on street $25. Em
vehicle in the 1000 block of S. ma Jones. 720 N# 34th Ave.. drunk,
Epps, Julius Lan $25. Oscar Henry Ford. 907 NW 6th
Main St. at 9:27
p.m. yesterday. Ave.. 30. Robert A. Weight. 1125 NW
Hubbard Brian Clifford 36th Ave., trespassing $50. drunk $40. t.

Sparks Lawrence C. Furtick, James F. Niblack, 2418 NE Blvd.Frances blocking Kennish traffic Christensen$7.50. 207 Charlie NE FANTASTIC SAVINGS. on Name Brand Appliances !

Melvin Sidney Black Frances 11th St. and Joseph Hightower Murphy. 221 NW 4th Place, blocking traffic -

D. Mercer, Donald B. Ahrens, 1133 SE 11th Ave., at NE 8th NW. $15.7th Ter.Karen parking Bridwell in Parsons truck loading 2013 (

Ave. and 9th St. at 4:46 zone IVMarie -
all of Gainesville; Florine B. p. m. Frances Linden. Gainesville

Harrison Trenton Fran yesterday. blocking traffic $7.50. Paul Randolph
; Kay Layton Wiliiston, parking In truck load-

ces Floyd, E. Palatka; WilliamH. Lottie B. English Gainesville, lag er, zone.driving 15.without Pestell a Holmes muffler,Lake 110. Donald But- NO FROST 2-Door

Yent, Lochloosa; Frances and Addie J. McMillan 1041 NE ,Ray seaFelton Avery, 106 NE 20th St.. speedIng

Lewis, Alachua. 10th Ave., at NE 1st Ave. and Wayne Brown, 1807 NW 10th i
4 We., ran red light $10. Marian A..Dowrtng ,
4I I DISCHARGED 1st St. at 4:55: pjn. yesterday Rt. 4, failure to yield right of !L FROST CLEAR FREEZER JI
way $75. Henry Oliver Moon, 22 SW
26th St., speeding $25.
Herbert Reinwald Mamie P. Robert Earl Sullivan 4000 SW 15th St., UIDSDn FROST CLEAR REFRIGERATOR I I I 1
James Henry Gann, 3854 NW allowing minors to play pool without par
Vann, Lillie Louise Ratliff, Mrs. ent's permission 150. Melvin Young Hollywood
16th Place, and Irene E. Mace careless driving $25. Wesley '
Mamie Markham Nicholas An- Avery Yount. Alachua speeding $10. I #
1089 SW 11th Ter. at W. Univ. _
I gelo Miss Tressa P. Dykes, Alice Ruth Young. 536 NW 35th St.. Ilf-. i
speeding, 510. Charles
Ave. and NW 17th St. at 4:50: Henry Helton 1710 I a :
Zaddie R. Brooks, Robert Hin- NE 1st Ave., overtime parking $5. 6
p.m. yesterday. Rufus Sandlin Lowe Jr., Wetumpka a,9
son, Jo Carol Williams, Leatha Ala.. ran red light $10. Christine Shep- N

Blackshier Christopher Keene, Donna Ademy 1406-A SW 18th pard James Ingoe Arthur 2914 Hammock NE 14th 130 Drive NW 11th$10. ,3 .

Walter Weeks, Lymon C. Long, Place, and a building at 203 Rd.. speeding, $10. William Alexander r--- -
Carlton, Hawthorne ran red light $10.Ozzle .
III; Lois M. Hendricks and SW 2nd Ave. at 11:30 p.m. Saturday Days, 1007 NE 22nd Ter., speedIng J J7f1(1'1J
$10. Robert John Wimmertl0q NW
son, Lewis Wiman Mrs. Regina 13th Ave, speeding, $10. Myra Tucker S ,
Flo- Smith, 316 NE 1st St., careless driving.
Jacobs James Crews Mrs. .
D. H. Hill, Oswosso Mich., $25. Melvin Ellis Poole, 225 NW 4th z
rine Harrison Gelza Edwards Place. speeding $25.
and Mohammed Kazen Mozzi Richard Gerald
Smith 2204 NW 29th I
George Feagin, James B. Mann Ave. ran red light $50. Washington JunIor 114 illl;
304 NW 15th St. at SW 13th St. 1
Powers. Alachua ,
speeding $25. Rit
ing, Mrs. Gladys Hilliard, Rev. and 8th Ave. Sunday. chic Robert Richter, McDill AFB, ran -_- __ I
Elisha Walker Odelle Dunn. stop sign $25. Guy Edward Cleveland % e +
2809 SW 4th Way speeding, 515. Gladys L
FIRE CALLSAt Beach. Trenton shoplifting $100. ,
ALACHUA GENERAL dismissed charges against: Norville fi
2:04 Clark Asbell 241S NE 10th Ter., care-
p.m. yesterday pot less driving. John Hall Welsemiller, Lakeland I i I F
May 21, 1951BIRTHS of food at 1036 SE 3rd Ave. no drivers license. I QUALITY COLOR TV ;'
-found not guilty: Gerald Lavel Bush ,
CITY COURT 1805 SE 50th St., failure to yield right of
way. Robert Wilkie Prestridge 1116 SE '
3rd Ave., careless driving. Melford Har
Judge W. W. Hampton presiding
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Las- May if dy Wicker 320 NW 3rd st.. petty lar -_
'_ Dependable handwired O 25,000 volts of picture
I May Aquilla Fleming 605 NW 6th ceny. -
ky, 286 Apt. 7 Corry Village, a
Ave.. '
a concealed five I
carrying weapon _- --
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girl; Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. days and $35 or 10 additional days. Ed BUILDING PERMITS power
ward Lee Sims RusKin driving while
Monday Rt. 4 Box 301 A-2, a intoxicated, $150 or 60 days, driver's Gulf Oil Co., remodel City service stationsat True-to-life color 6 Sharpest bleck-and-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. license suspended for three months. 931 W. Univ. Ave.. $250 1602 NW WHILE THEY LAST ;
; George Campbell, Alachua, driving with 6th St., $250 LOADED TO THE HILT WITH pictures whites 1
Fieldus, 1511 NW 3rd Ave., Apt.A no driver's license $20 or ten days. Iva L. Hillyer and Edna H. Strewn
John Pifer Beeville Texas careless add to business, 605 NW ath Ave.. $10,- FEATURES Twin ONLY \
a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Walter driving $15 or seven days driving with- QUALITY por
out a valid driver's license $20 or 10 000.N.. L. Coleman build
shed 422S NW
Theodore Orton, Rt 3 Box 551-D, days. Carrie Lee Colson Tampa drunk, 6th St.. $350. eclairs vegetable crispers. Separate
$25 or 10 days. J. C. James Gainesville Mrs. Mary S. Sanders repair dwell-
Robert 0. frost freezer. door
Mr .and no Spacious
a girl; drunk and disorderly, *3j or 10 ing. 1625 NW 3rd Ave.. 250. NOW ONLYCHOOSE

Floyd, 1328 SE 27th St., a boy. days.Seventh Willie Ave..Holmes drunk,800 20 block days.of William SE- NE Edwin 16th Ter.Edris.. $300.add to dwelling, 2215 shelves. Egg racks in door Wrap I

Woodson Leslie Commercial Hotel John Ki fe, build dwelling, 1753 NW around steel construction Full 5- 228 i
ADMITTED drunk, $25 or 10 days. 14th Ave., 20000.
Paul A. Smysor, build foundation, 1804 year guarantee on sealed unit '
John Curtis King. 733 NW First St. NW 1st Ave., $1.000.
Joan Carol Fieldus, Barbara drunk, $25 or 10 days. Theresa Vir Oscar B. Ogletree Jr.. remodel dwelling Model 3812, priced with trade. YOUR OWN EASY PAYDAY TERMS ,
Anthony Thomp-ginia' McKinney 734 NE 11th Ave., fail- 4105 NW 13th Place. $800. .
Ann Monday, ure to yield right of way $20 or 10 Walter Strong Sr. addition to dwelling ,_ T'c'u: t'r: &"'iI5.P-t
ler Wade Hampton Townsend, 'days. Terry McMahon Bartley. 805 NW 616 SE 10th Ter.. 5300.
13th St.. careless driving $20 or five Shenw west build dwelling, 101 SW
Betty Jane Orton, Christine 'days. Devon Harris Jr., 528 SE 15th 23rd T er.. 525,000.
St., ran red. light $7.50 or three days Alachua County Board of Public Instruction
Floyd, William Williamson, Regina (suspended). William Daniel Ryals 818 addition to Westwood School
Benton Jacobs, Mary Chris NW 34m Ave., speeding. I 1338 First NW Street 31st Ter.Properties. $19.797. Inc., build NO EXTRAS INIOIRIGI I AUTOMATIC WASHER SPECIAL !

tine Bristowe, Helen Jane Me- -signed written pleas of guilty: Ar office building, 537 NE 1st St.. $40,000.
thur Sapp Sunland Training Center,' Richard T. Smith, addition to dwell TO BUY
David Donna Lynn Youngblood, driving while intoxicated $150 drivers ing. 1704 SW 8th Drive, $',000. .
Icense suspended three months. Wayne Frank Cope, build dwellings at 930 McDUFF !
Hilliard Herbert AT PACKED WITH ALL
Jean ,
Gladys Thomas McDonald Hawthorne speed-: SE 6th Ave.. U500; and 1619 NE 5th :
Donald Bernard ng, $10. James Howard Harris. Hollywood Ave. $4,500.Sam .
Wayne Pepper, driving on wrong side of street, Cording remodel dwelling. 3304 BIG I ae-
Wehner all of Gainesville; Lil- $10. William I M. Keene Gainesville NW 20th St.. $400. 1 1111 !
careless driving, $25. I C. K. Penmngton repair business, 1308 CAPACITY!I 1 111
lie Louise Ratliff, Live Oak; Hendrik Middelhoven. 2810 NE 15th E. Univ. Ave.. $400. 11111 2 eye LE

Mamie Permelia Vann McAl- 1512 St. U NE-Turn 8th, $10.Ave.Saul, driving Alfred without Rentz a, NW W.13th W.Ter Young. 223. repair dwelling 312 FREE 111 1 t TOO MUST SEE IT

Susan Lynn Whiteford, driver's license 20. Joe Armstrong 610 Mrs.t'hWSt.e. Allen, repair dwelling TO BELIEVE IT!
phin; 1106 .
SE 12th Ter.. ran stop sign 10. $200. SERVICE
Melrose; Charlie Copeland, Mi- Betty Janney Guyer. speeding, $25. Mamie Sanders repair dwelling 808
Eustis NW 7th Ave., $385.
Edward 115 SW 24tn St., speeding
canopy; Estelle Birdie Arrington 10. Marcus Earl Gordon, 106 NW James Glover build dwelling, 829 With Any Item
Mills 3rd Ave., speeding $10",, Bobby Leondias NE 18th T er.. $3.000. .C
Alachua; Susie Mae Sloan. 261 NE 10th Ter.. ran red J. C. May build dwellings at 216 You Purchase! -' b WASHER AT THE
light, 10. Jean Newman Pozln, 1901 SW SE 20th St, $5,500; 210 SE 2tOh St.. LARGE PORCELAIK TUB f1ESH N 1
Alachua. 3th! St., allowing I I unauthorized I personto I $5.500; 204 SE 20th St. $5.500. A R1NS ES
drive $20. Claude Lovett, 835 NE Dan Byrd. construct a 12-.,nit apart- "
DISCHARGED 3rd Ave., speeding $10. Freddy Stanley ment building addition 303 NW 17th LOWEST PRICE EVER:
415 SW 3rd St- ran red light $10. St. 518,000.Joseph
John Henry Evans Ridgeway Motor C Hamilton Jr.. build a coin- FREE r
Henry Scott, Samuel 0. Aung Co. failure to yield right of way $25 operated car wash 407 NW 8th Ave..
Eloise Jackson Jodges, failure to yield 8500. OFFEREDCOAST
Lassele .
st, Margaret I right of way $25. Henry Leon Jacobson John McPherson, repair dwelling 630 DELIVERY
McCauley, Thcmas McCallum High Springs speeding, $25. Charles NW 34th Place $250.
H. Denny III. 1120 NE 5th Ave. ran Delta Upsilon Fraternity, repairs 1814
Clem Gee Carl Tummond Mrs. red, light. $10. Bernard Dow Davis, 414 W. Univ. Ave.. $5.000. TO
SW :3rd Ave. careless driving $25. Dwight E. Adams air condition dwell- A
Joyce Hart Mrsh. Kathleen Ver Johnnie Frank Peoples. 2404 NE 5th ing, 3715 SW 2nd Place $850. COAST ( FROM
Ave. speeding. 510. Gordon Bennett Thelma Hall Adkins repair dwelling.
gelli and daughter, Mrs. Shirley Browne Jr815 NE 10th Ave. ran stop 730 NW 10th Ave.. $'1'. THE ATLANTICTO CAN BE100XED
Phillips and son, Mrs. Margaret sign, $l0. James Eilert Boyesen, 1112 Mrs. Beal Adams repair dwelling 1003- UP $
NW 3rd Ave. violation of truck load- 05 SW 6th Ave.. $316. THE GULF) '
Bramble Mrs. Ann C. Mey- zone. $S. Robert Ben Crater, 1237 Mrs. A. M. Bryan addition to dwelling ,-. TO YOUR
SW 2nd Ave. speeding. $10. 316 NE 13th Ave.. 12,800 ; .
ers and daughter :Mrs. Ora Lee Roland Blair Reems. 924 SW 6th Ave.. W. N. Stainsby build dwelling 3687 KITCHEN SINK
ran red light $10. Russell Thyrl SwainJr NW 16th Blvd. $15,000
DeBose and son, Ben Scruggs 513 Murphree Hall, speeding 10. BerK: Fred Inc., build a shopping I 11ti11111 t9ti1ltillll ltlt6VtClb9.e .
Mrs. Ithiel Hunnicut Mrs. Thel- Anne Blohme. 1801 NW 38th center SW 34th St. and Univ. Ave.. e
$338,900. YOU srsai u: Ki
Dr. careless driving $25. Jack Nurney A noucve.l
ma Fletcher, Junior Moore Camp 2026 West Univ.( ran red light, County ,... wn.M a,,...,,r r M M.
$10. William Mason build residence, 4310 NW .w.w ry..rr.
Whiteford, 1Vade Mazurie. 200 T Fit- 17th ""''""" """ "'""
Susan Lynn vet 3. speeding $10. Kermit Howard Place 532,500."B" CHOOSE YOUR .,.. ...+.r". ...
Bolt 468 Murphre c.. violation of truck Inc. build residence.3330 NW
H. Townsend. 20th Ave.. $18,000. ""''"'"'""'" "
loading zone $5. .r. s..u r.",r n"LI

ALACHUA GENERAL U-Stuart Tum, SIO.G. Green.William 1111 Flemming NW 3rd Ward.Ave. ment Leon,Houses Brinson on build the two Mackey 4-UnIt- Hudson Apart FROM MANY : ; US11NG RUST PREVENTION NO MONEV DOWN

255-B Flavet III, parking within 5 feet Tract $17,000 each. ,,.ryrwr.rru., ., 2
HOSPITAL of fire plug $7.50. Wendell Marcus Texaco. Inc.. service station Mackey- PAYMENT "
del), Rt. 2, driving while intoxicated.Rid Hudson Tract. $18,000. ,,,', "+ .ay. r. Epoe flow coat 4 ami Acrylic tife CMterf ee
20 1964BIRTHS $150. driver's license suspended three R. L. Wilson addition to Florida Room PLANS z chemically treated efsl WITH TRADE
May months. 5709 E. Univ. Ave.. 51000. llllltilltitil'' 11111tllllVllttttitiln
Ed Brown build residence, 3109 SW OFFERED
William Davis Flannery. 3006 NW 13th
St.. noisy muffler. $10. Stephen Frederick 28th St. 11,000. BY McDUFF 1Y Awr coos EASY TERtdS!
Rossman 1620 NW 55th Ter. speedIng Macoma Homes Inc.. build residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Holmes $10. James Harold Inglis 1239 NW 3225 NW 28th Ave. $20,000.

11th St. a boy; Mr. an 10th Ave., driving across private property
2519 NE 510. Harry Thomas Antrim, 2604
Mrs. Jesse L. Sanders, 1213 NE W. Univ. Ave., ran stop sign $10. Geor OrchidsFor
ge Gustavo Guiteras 1216 SW 2nd Ave- > ""' '" '' ,; .
6th Ave., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. :driving while Intoxicated, $150, driver's
914 SW 8th Lane, I license suspended three months. ; ; The 6-in-1
Frank Sodetz Alfred Adolf Ring. Rt. 3. U-Turn, 510. ->r Range e
I Winifred Kathleen Isberg 2115 NE 17th ON COSTLY EXTRA G..I"
a girL Ter- careless driving $25. Benlamin. Her !
Franklin Burke. 627 NE 15th St. speedIng SAV
ADMITTED $10 Delware Theodore Webb. Famous NuTone
do. speeding. 10. William Tom THIS AIR Ilg +rif
PatriciaS. son. Rt. 1. failure to yield right of Will-I CREVASSE FLORIST -J I
Junior $25. William Tom Williamson,
Holmes Carol Ann speeding, 10. Dennis Robert Zeno 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. .-- PLUGS I IN LIKE > SELFVENTILATEDRANGEOVEN -_
Cheves 3 SW 25m St. speeding. $15. _

ey, Eileen Bernstein, 1\lcCaUI-1 Charles start Falcon from 130 parked NE 19th position Ter. $improper SO.J Phone FR 6.2514 -- A TOASTER! _- -- I

Mauldin Sanders _-_ --- !

cot, Sarah Delores Orton Decker i s b e //i ir
Brian Douglas Adams Joanne : + Imagine A N"I 1 ''iii

Louis Lasky Michael Bry Accept the i j ADMIRAL ov.i, hood-f.,.

ant Davis, Jack Zimmerman. ovea exfcoust, light ; l,; ', ;

Lyman Casel Long, III, all of I kfGAU! "Slimline"AIR e..eI ocblo.h, + +

Gainesville; Bennie O'Steen of i kfelp""", .-a- ALL IN ME ._._. k ,;
rtquiring 1-

High Springs; Norma Patrica H.i I .+ =:: only let rictrkalconnection. ._ ',, tl

Mitchell, Micanopy; Tayman of our CONDITIONER Yea _

Emil Henninger Jacksonville; I I get ventilation for 1 '
BANK! S4 A 1 I
Olif Ethel Futch Downing, FULL-SCALi SERVICE the entire Hogs __ _

Cross City; George Robert;: Admiral's advanced acoustical designand surface. plus I
Grady High Springs; WilliamHardee ; construction, welded cabinet and eloud-door broiling G. ..

Rainey Hampton; Arch-I chassis, and fibcrglas! / insulation, plus eye 4
I f ; < '.. eliminates annoying noises. Lets you level controls. 1
ie Oscar Sheppard, Trenton; Jo' sleep! In quiet comfort assures 8 8 .
William \ Oven ii easier N I I
Carol Williams ; quietest possible air conditioning operation. '
Hamilton Busbey Alachua.! "Penny Pmcher" sealed 'I cl.... bc.MSMrts +
power unit gives dependable senrica lift art ll

DISCHARGED I C, Y' day in and day cut never needs smooth porcelain I
interior. .
Mrs. Willie Nell Corbin and, ta -

daughter Edward L. Williamsl x: ;. I _
Hazel Mobley, Mrs. Dorothy Ad-I II I Whatever your needs may be whether you wish to 1110

kiss Mrs. Dortha Mae Kuchler: v cool find the
one room or your houseyou'll I

James Certain, Mrs. Elizabeth; Admiral air conditioner to fit your needs at McDuff! S MONEY YOUR CHOICE Ot
Gail Thomas I
Kirkpatrick 259It BEAUTIFUL COLORS. .,


Mosley, Mrs. Lois Dennis and QUO IS t. COLONIAL
son, Mrs. Maxine Mockett and I We help savers by making safety for deposits i a primary 4,500 TO 19,000. TRADE COPPER AND WHITE
concern; by providing varied financial services under the sam
daughter, Sylvia Anglin, Ore: roof; by offering savings aids and experienced counsel on

ville Crist, Mrs. Lillian C. Wilder money matters to assist depositors in getting ahead; by pay-

and son, Mrs. Ruth Benton, Ing return on savings :without the depositor's having to
I invest. Save with ust!
Grady Otto Gillman, Ronald L.i

Cethron ACCIDENT, Reatha ROUNDUP Mae Wood. I I floridNATIONAL: I Corner North Main St. & 12th Ave.

Involved in accidents reported:

by the Gainesville Police De, BANK AT GAINESVILLE I

partment and Alachua Count I .

Sheriff's office in the past 24: Til 9. "-. i Phone 376-1296 .
: Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Open p.m. }
hours were
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FOR FORD RACERS ( Landis Now Working

I I Safety Device Set !'

.I CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) pound driver was responding to June 7 Atlanta 400. He said be'' w On
Batting AverageBy
f'J Ford racing mechanic John Hol-, treatment. did not know much it will cost ,

\ I man says a fire safety device Holman said Monday that the or weigh.

I which may have prevented. device, similar to one the Army Fellow drivers, meanwhile,

Glenn (Fireball) Robert sfrom uses in tanks, will be installed have tried to piece together cir- 3vt t
MIKE RATHET ,after his to .417 Cleveland and New York Olivia supplied the
being critically burned Sunday "before our race cars go to cumstances surrounding Sun- leJIM lifting average I the performance.

1\ will be installed in aH Ford another track. day's three-car fiery smash-up Associated Press Sports Writer with the homer. "But I wasn't Yankees were not scheduled game's only homer, a two-run

stock car racers. "We're going to install a car- early in the World 600-mile( Jim Landis, the hitting man's ,worried about getting out of while the entire National Leaguewas shot in the first inning that was

'j Charlotte Memorial Hospital bon dioxide extinguisher in all stock car race at Charlotte Motor Jim Brosnan, has closed the shape, because I'm thin anyway idle. actually all Pascual needed.

j reported early today that the 33- the cars where, when triggered Speedway. book on his squabble with the and I was taking batting Landis, batting for starter Freehan doubled home a run

I year-old Daytona Beach, Fla., either automatically or manually "Fireball tried to avoid hitting E Chicago White Sox and started day." practice Gary Peters, tied the score 3-3 in the first inning and scoredon

i veteran stock car driver was it will submerge the entire me and spun," said Darel li.t :VA-"_ ... to author an impressive batting every and the White Sox took it from a single by Don Demeter,

"holding his own" and "doing inside of the car with foam." Dieringer of Charlotte. "He average. Oliva Raises there. Al Weis'then singled, then homered in the fourth as
LANDIS moved around to third on a balk the Tigers chased Steve Barber.
6 as well as can be expected." Holman said his cars will be knew he was going to crash." While Landis boosted his av-
Landis four
Pinch HomerJIMMIE only days re- and an infield out and scored, Barber, a 20-game winner for
d Doctors said the 6-foot-2, 195 equipped with the device for theOrganized Dieringer recalled how he was moved from the White Sox doghouse I erage, Minnesota rookie Tony the tie-breaker on Pete Ward's: the Orioles last year, failed in
I$ I Oliva raised the league's leading -
running behind the cars of Junior *""'-- led off the seventh inning single before Ron Hansen his fifth attempt to post victoryNo.

i Johnson of Ronda, N.C., and Monday night with his first average to .391 with a 3for4performance wrapped up the outburst with a 1. Ed Rakow was the win.

Ned Jarrett of Camde, S.C., homer of the season, a pinch-hit ] and Jimmie Hall two-run homer. ner, limiting Baltimore to two

Ii when "it looked like suction" job that triggered Chicago's :stroked four hits in a 16-hit attack hits over the final 5 1-3 innings.

caused the two to spin wildly. American League leaders to a that carried the Twins to Also Homer The Red Sox broke a 3-3 tie

"I did not see the two touch," y four-run rally and a 7-4 victory :an 8-1 triumph over the Los An- Ward and J. C. Martin also. in the sixth when Bob Tillman
homered for while Pet-
Dieringer said. "I closed 1 geles Angels. Chicago drove in the lead run with a
my .over Kansas City.It his record to
ers double following a single by
eyes and shot through the hole was the fourth hit in seven Elsewhere, Bill Freehan drovein 5-2 with Hoyt Wilhelm's relief
Carl Yastrzemskl and an error
Baseball between> the two He said
It cars. ego > at-bats for Landis since a peace two runs with a homer and: by Don Zimmer that let Roman
Roberts "sensed" he would hit help.Oliva
parley"with Manager Al Lopez I double as Detroit whipped Balti- scored three runs for Mejias reach base. A walk, and

I him. settled a dispute that threatenedto J more 5-3 and Boston turned two the Twins and Hall drove in, Don Blasingame's error and a

,a "By the time I got past the h 4 wind up in a cause celebre I errors into three unearned runs three in support of Camilo Pas. single by Ed Bressoud scored

? two cars, Roberts had crashed almost as big as the one that ;and a 6-5 victory over Wash- cual, who brought his record to I the other two runs. John Ken-

Returning into Jarrett" and the cars were S cost pitcher-author Bronson his ington. 6-2 with a four-hit, 10-strikeoul t: nedy homered for the Senators.

blazing, Dieringer said. John job with the club.

son's car also was involved and Landis got off on the wrong

If an Ocala man's brain-child develops, Gainesville may he and Jarrett received minor foot this season when he had an

find itself back in organized baseball within a year or two. injuries. argument with General Manager -
,t Now before anyone puts in a rush call for the man with the Roberts, No. 2 money winner Ye{ tE Ed Short over fees for televi- ? Tuesday
white coat hear this. NASCAR drivers last + t + May 26. 1964
among b sion appearances. Landis woundup J; j Page 11
The form of baseball that Gainesville would enjoy would year, was burned over 70 percent HALL' &J asking to be traded. Lopez

I be in sharp contrast to the old days of the G-Men who of his body, including 35 Keeps Blasting countered by keeping the 30-

were part and parcel of organized baseball as it is known per cent in third-degree burns. year-old outfielder on the bench.

professionally.The Up until last Thursday, Landis

city's new venture would be on a highly-polished had been to the plate only five Palmer Eisenhower Meet

"college" level, a summer league copied after the Basin GOLF TRACK times. Then Lopez and Landis, ,

League in the Midwest. who hit .272 when the White Sox

Bill Lamhan, who manages the Ocala Oranges, a semipro won the pennant in 1959 but only

baseball team, has been chatting recently with many pro .228 and .225 the last two years Demaret LinksBy
Bolger on
scouts who roam the territory as well as top officials of ALSO FASTINDIANAPOLIS got together to work out the ,

major league teams problem."I .

I felt a little odd about being WILL GRIMSLEY Club-Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower his stack when he flubs a three-

(AP) The ly the first ever to delay its out for so long," said Landis the most avid of America's foot putt? Does.he mutter an ex.

track may be just as fast for final round a day while 250,000 ARDMORE, Pa. (AP) Back goUing presidents, takes to the pletive when he leaves a ball in

the $70,000 "500" Festival Open speed-minded patrons watch a13hour mm s-gr "'' before the turn of the century, tee in a charity exhibition match the sand?
President William
f Golf Tournament starting roadster chase. flfflb iffiffil McKinley, with Masters Champion Arnold These were questions neve

Wednesday as for the Memorial They have nice hard retaining holidaying in Hot Springs, Va., Palmer, veteran pro Jimmy Deanswered during the eight years
created national crisis
Day auto race which interrupts walls to keep the snarling metal a by suggesting maret and dancer Ray Bolger. Eisenhower was president of the
that he would like to
it Saturday. monsters from going out of MINNESOTA LOS ANGELES Nobody is shocked. People United States-1952 through 1960.
alt r h bi abrhbi plY a round of golf. paying $50 and $100 for admisThe White House press was not
bounds in Saturday's big race. Versalles ss 5220 Pearson cf 3010 "
Booming shooters like Jack The Rollins 3b 5110 Perry cf 0000 "Horrors, was the shocked sion to the 18-hole benefit for the allowed to watch him play. His
Nicklaus and George Bayer may 6,467-yard golf course Oliva rf 4332 Knoop 2b 4110 reaction of his advisers. "It's too Heart Association of Southeastscore was classified information

His "dream" envisions a four-team summer league with have to ride the sun-baked, par which meanders partly into the Hall Killebrew cf If 5 5143 0 2 1 Thomas Rodgers rf c 2010 4000 undignified. It could tear down ern Pennsylvania are just curilike the atom bomb or the moon
Palatka and cities involved. vast infield of the Speedway's2'mile dGreen If 0000 Moran 3b 2001 confidence
Gainseville, Ocala, Leesburg as the 71 Indianapolis Motor Speed- in the administra
oval is another Mincher 1b 3 0 1 Satrlano Ib 3000 ous. shot. People only discussed it in
All but Ocala were members of the Florida State Leagueat way golf course with governorson Battey c 3110 Duliba p 0000 tion. muffled whispers.

one time or another. their drivers. The tourney directors, at the Allen cZim'man 2b c 2 4010 0 0 0 eTorres KirkpatrTc If 4 1 0 000 0 0 Some 65 years later today Does Ike slice or hook, like the Now everybody will know. The

suggestion of the pros, narrowedthe Pascual p 4011 Koppe ss 2010 over the renowned Merion Golf weekend duffer? Does he blow former chief executive haleW'
Financial Nicklaus, top PGA moneywinner fairways to 30 yards and let Latman p 0000 a
SupportFour aDees 1000 -
73 despite a heart attack and two
and three former Speed- the rough grow to three inches. dLee! p 0000 ,
way champions head a cast of But,, with the turf as dry and bSmith 1000 other illnesses during his yearsin
major league clubs would put up the money to sup- Osinski p 0000
the White House teams with
college 150 pros seeking one of theear's as hard as,it is, it probably will Adcock It 1000
port the loop. Teams would be composed of promising Totals 40 IH I Totals 211 4 J Palmer against Demaret and
baseball talent with perhaps a player or two of some )' more substantial top make little difference where the a-Grounded out for Latman In 3rd j;
b-Struck i out for D. Lee In 5th; c- Bolger.
shots land for the able
experience. Managerial jobs likely would go to former pro purses, $12,000. more Grounded into double play for Battey! In The match starts at 1 p.m.
Palmer Skip gunners, among them 21 of the ith; d-Struck out for Duliba in 9th.
players well-known baseball buffs or even nearby college t. ,
Arnold top 25 PGA cash collectors. Minnesota ...... ... ..... 202 011 200-1Us (EST).
coaches who might be available. Masters champion Angeles ._............ 000 001 000-1 Eisenhower was certainly the
f Games would be played at night. There likely would be a Palmer again has elected to Some may drive the greens on E-Koppe 2, Perry. PO-A Minnesota! most-dedicated if not the best
several 4 holes. .
meet-certain- par 27-7 Los Angeles 27-13.
nominal admission charge, perhaps a quarter, if any at all. skip this unique I The 72-hole record is a 20-- DP Versalles and Mincher; Knoop -,, ; 'golfer ever to occupy the White

The league probably would run from midJune to midAugust 264 and Adcock; Mincher Versalles, and 1 E, House. To relax from pressures
8 Los
under-par by Billy Caspar,,, Pascual. LOB Minnesota A-
about a SO-game season. winner roundsof Angeles 6. of his office, he took frequent
two years ago on ;
2B Rollins. HR-Ollval SB Versal- A'n1
For such a setup, Harris Field sans grandstand and protective 1 66676764. les. SF Moran, Mincher. golfing breaks at Augusta, Ga.,

outer board fence, would be adequate. There mightbe MAJOR e Casper is back, along with I ascual, W, 62 ip 9 h 4 1 It.rbbso 1 5 10 U \t\ site of the Masters tournament.
Latman, L, 2-3 3 7 4' 4 0 3 He played chance he
a small problem of getting City Commission to provide two-time winner Doug Ford[ every
LEAGUE M'jLEADERS D.Lee 22100 2 )
lighting sans charge as the local contribution to the recrea- (1960 1961) and last year'sitlist : x-Oslnskl 15331 1 got. Golfing cronies said he was
Duliba 32001 0 a fierce competitor who shut
tional endeavor. Dow Finsterwald.
x-Faced 3 men In 7th. ".
%' himself off from the rest of the
WP Pascual. U Runge Smith,
toward future is Ax
The only holdup at the moment planning
Stewart Honochlck. T236. A5601. ,, world when he teed off. He shotas
the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The NCAA still
Starke CHICAGO KANSAS CITY low as 79 and as high as 95.
has not ruled the idea of direct NATIONAL LEAGUE Grays
"finally" on monetary
sup- abrh bi ab rh bi .
Williams, j(. His big weakness friends said
Batting 60 at bats ,
H'shb'ger cf 4 0 0 0 Causey ss 1100 -
from the majors for such summer college-level leagues. -
port Chicago, .3911 Mays San Francisco Wels 2b 5110 Mathews cf 4000 f was impatience. He played too
Robinson rf S 0 0 0 Charles 3b 5110
How Basin WorksThe Mays. San Francisco. 37;, Torre. and Top ScarletsIn Ward 3b 5222 Colavito rf 4111 fast, putted without studying his

Loop Clemente.. Milwaukee Pittsburgh Allen 28.Philadelphia Buford Hansen 3b ss 0000 5132 Alusik Edwards Ib c 5121 3021 assignment. But he loved it all.

Runs batted In Mays. San Fran- Nicholson If 1 1 0 0 Green 2b 4011 a It wasn't always easy for chief
Basin League operates in this fashion. College players cisco. 40; Boyer St. Louis. 32. McCraw Ib 4010 Williams If 3000
Hits Clemente. Pittsburgh 56; Tore Grid Test Carreon c 3001 bLau 1000 executives to indulge in the fairway
are recruited, perhaps invited is a good word, to play Milwaukee 54. Martin c 1111 Bowsfleld p 0 0 0 0 sport without drawing criti
Doubles Clemente. Pittsburgh. 12; Peters 2 0 0 O'Don'hue p3000
for certain teams. They are given summer employment witha ,. p cism.
Eight tied aLandis 1111 Grzenda p 0 0 0 o
firm which generally is the sponsor of a team in the Triples Santo Chicago 4; Banks. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -Th e Wilhelm p 1000 Aker p 0000 When
baseballat Chicago; Hunt. New York; Allen Philadelphia Grays tripped the Scarlets, 20()' cTarfbull If 1 0 0 01 McKinley to play
league. The collegians works during the day, plays ; Clemente. Pittsburgh., and Totals 37 7' 7 Totals M 41 4'' in 1897, shock reverberated
night. Boyer and Clemens. St. Louis. 3. 7, here last night as St a r kt a-Homered for Peters In 7th; b-
Home runs Mays. San Francisco Grounded out for Williams in 8th; c- through the halls of Congress.The .
The major change in thinking is to switch financial sup- 17; Howard Los Angeles 12. played its spring intrasquad I Struck out for Aker In 8th. Cabinet debated the
port from industrial firms to the major league teams. If NCAA 15 Stolen; Harper.bases Cincinnati.- Wills.*. Los Angeles. game on foreign soiL Chicago .. '" ... .. 111001410-7' of the action. The Bos
.. ..
is forthcoming there is strong chance that sev- Pitching 3 decisions Gibson. St. The Tornadoes had Kansas City '" 200 001 100-41
approval a Louis. 40. 1.000; Bruce and Farrell. to travel I E-Colavito. Causey. Peters. Ward.I II ton Evening Record published a
eral of the summer leagues will be spotted around the na Houston. and Marietta San Francisco. to Keystone while their a w 11 I PO-A-Chlcago 277, Kansas City 2712. 4 tr _; copyrighted story that nothing
Lamhan wants to Florida in on the "ground floor"df e-1..857. field for. DP-Peters, Weis and McCraw. LOB-; p
tion. get s'tr'ikeouts Maloney. Cincinnati 54; was being rejuvenated Chicago 7. Kansas City 11. I was wrong with a president

the venture. Koufax. Los AMERICAN Angeles. 54.LEAGUE the; coming season. Rain interrupted 2B-Hansen. Green. HR-Ward. Landis playing golf as long as he was
The summers have been long, hot and mostly dull for Batting 60 at bats Olive. Minnesota the battle after three Martin. IP H R ER 18 SO ,. shielded from "curious onlookers.
local baseball lovers since the G-Men expired in 1958. The .391 Bressoud. Boston .3S1. quarters. Peters W, 5-2 ... 6 3 3 2 7 3 "
Runs Oliva. Minnesota 34; Rol-- Wilhelm .....3 4 1 1 1 3 r .
chances are strong that they'd welcome the national pastime's Ins, Minnesota. 32. Quarterback Donald Falcon,, xO'Donoghue ... 6 5 3 3 2 2 The bulbous
Runs batted In Wagner, Cleveland, 300-pound William
rzenda L -1. 232 2 2 0 return in any form.Calit7nht. 32. ; Cash, Detroit. 30. who had to play for both teams,, Aker ..... .... 11-32 2 2 1 1 Howard Taft didn't care.
Hits Oliva. Minnesota. 41; Hinton. was the game's standout wit I Bowsfield ... 1 0 0 0 0 1xFaced PKY CoCaptainsDanny
Washington 53. 1 man In 7th. He played regularly, even
on the Run Doubles Rollins. Minnesota 11. three touchdowns.The HBP-By O'Donoghue (Nicholson WP though it was hard for him to
Bressoud Boston and Mathews Kansas caller Wilhelm. Balk-Grzenda. U-Salerno, Dennison, left, and Steve Tuttle, P. K. Yonge
City 10. ace signal rompedfor I McKinley Chylak! Soar. T-2:43. A- footget the club around his expansive
Gainesville High School honors its spring sports squads, gosh Triples Los -Angeles Green.; Oliva Kansas and City Versalles Fre- : touchdowns of 35 and sever I 5,480. I ball co-captains for next season, are shown after last Saturday midsection. He often took

both boys and girls, as well as cross-country, on Friday at Minnesota. and Hinton. Washington, 4. yards for the Grays, and scampered .. DETROIT BALTIMORE night's annual Blue and White game at Harris Field. (Sun 12 on a single hole in good hu-
at the school cafeteria. Billy Kinard defensive back- Home runs Colavito Kansas City abrhbi abrhbi photo).
a banquet and Klllt r_. Minnesota. 12. 15 yards for a score fothe r Wert 3b 5000 Brandt cf 5020 mor.
field coach for the Florida Gators, will be the speaker. Stolen bases Aparicio. Baltimore Scarlets. Lumpe 2b 4010 Aparfclo ss 5120

North Marion's Colts will be in their new high school next 22 FregosL; Weis.Los Chicago Angeles; Wagner.; Versalles.Cleveland Min Falcon was pressed in double Kaline Freehan rf e 4100 4222 Stebern Bowens rf Ib 4000 3000

fall and will play football in one of the finest athletic plantsin nesota. and Hinton Washington. 5. service when quarterbacl Demeter cf 1 1 1 1 Robinson 3b 31 1 1 ALL-TIME HIGH LOOMS
Pitching 3 decisions PUarro Ohlcage. aBruton cf 21 1 0 Powell If 4010
the state for a school its size. 5-0. 1.000; Bunker and Halt. Baltimore Wayne McCloud was injuredin l Cash Ib 4021 Adalr 2b 4010

The Indianapolis 500-mile race will be broadcast locally 1.000.I and Krallck Cleveland 40. a Saturday night scrimmage,. Thomas bBrown If If 2000 2011 Brown Barber c p 1000 4120

over WUWU on Saturday. Racing fans also can make the "strikeouts Wtekersham. Detroit, 57.Radatz ; Mickey Agner plunged t w Boston. 55. Aguirre 1000 Haddix p 0000 Baseball
trip to Jacksonville to watch it by closed circuit TV at the yards for the other Gray TD. Rakow p p 2000cSnvder 1000 Attendance Up
Head Coach David Hurse singled Totals JS S 'S Totals M: 3 9 1
Coliseum. a-Struck out for Demeter In 6th; bout -
Benny Kahn, sports editor of the Daytona Beach NewsJournal out Stephen Tilley, Rogei. Filed for Thomas in> 6th; c-Ground
driver StepliensonPaces Eddie d i ed out for Haddix In tth. NEW YORK (AP-Who said high looms for the second the over-all
revealed yesterday that critically injured race Chilson, Douglas .an totals show an increase
Detroit .. _.. .......... 2M 104 010-S
Fireball Roberts, former University of Florida student and Dwight Elder, along with FaJ.con Baltimore ._ _. oil 1M ooo-j that baseball is a dying sport. straight season. of 68,291, despite cold

baseball hurler, had a fear of being trapped inside a burningcar. Win and Agner, for outstand. E-McAuliffe. PO-A-Detroit 27.10. Baltimore A survey of attendance fig and rainy weather in the opening

Roberts cracked up a car two years ago in the same ing performances.Hurse ,. 27-15 LOB-Detroit S. Baltimore ures indicated Tuesday that big The senior circuit gate is up weeks.

race and walked away without a scratch. He told Kahn after rapped four said, "the hitting wa:smeter..Lumpe.Aparicio.Freehan Aguirre.Barton.Estrada.SB De-SF league baseball is a healthy 273,740, or 11 per cent, over last Twelve of the 20 teams are

that incident that his biggest mental block was having the Kay Stephenson good and things look bright foi patient, particularly the Nation season. The American League
hits in five trips to the plate to Robinson.IP H R Eit II SO ahead of 1963, led by the Los
of being inside a burning race car. the seasou.tJNFL al League in which all-time has decrease of
premonition Gainesville Variety Storeto Aguiro ........ 3237 3 3 1 2 an a 205,419. But Angeles Dodgers, who have
carry Rakow. W,51.3 2 0 1 1 4.Ba"
12-7 baseball victory over -,. L. .2 .. 3 6 4 4 1 7 played before 727,973 at homes
a Estrada ... 4233 1 1 0 4
Florida State League Yankeetown this past weekend. RunnerupBotcl Haddix 11-3 in 4th.0 0 1 0 2sFaced gar ;: ::. a gain of 99,543. The Cleveland

I One of Stephenson's hits wasa Scheduled Balk- vlrre. U-Flaherty. Carrtgan Indians show the largest increase
Haller, Hurley. T-2.47. A-7A12.
home run in the top of the :I:'
in the American
Tightens A Bit with two men on I WASHINGTON BOSTON t League,
Race first inning Sunday, Jan. ao r k M ab r h III 66,993.

I base. CHunt Blafam 2b 3 1000 0 1 1 Bresioud Jones 2b IS 4110 3122 .T.. _........... .......
Yankees to three hits while his Bob Scully and Dee Dee Rone MIAMI (AP) The Nationa I Rudolph p 0000 Mateone 3b 4000 PIllS Side

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS mates collected" ten off a pair also were strong at bat for Variety .. Football League's Runner U]p eBrMCH Kennedy ss I 0 S 0 2 t 2 2 Yin-ski Stuart Ib Cf 4011 4221 NatieUI UII9M AMERICAN LEAGUE Other teams on the plus side

Florida State League race Store each with two hit i Bowl game has been schedule Hinton N 4021 Meilas H 4100 w L "d. 0-B. W L rd. G.I. in home attendance are the Milwaukee
The of Fort Lauderdale hurlers. King rf 4000 Tlllman c 4111
bit Monday nightas in five appearances. for the Orange Bowl on Sunda y; Skowron Ib 3000 Clinton rf 2010 Phaa'dita 21 13 .61' Chicago 20 10 .667 Braves 57,778, Philadelphia
tightened up a Eleven Saints were left on base. Load 3 0 0 OMoreheed p 30 0 1Brwnley Saii Fran.MUwoukeee. Baltimore n 14II
Victor Arnet picked thE Jan. 3, at 2 p.m. 2211 15: ::: ill : Phillies 57,747
the St. Petersburg Saints Bill Atkinson's two-run single up c 3010 Eartey P 0000Zlmmcr Cleveland 13 JtlII 2 Chicago
Laud- and Bill Stephens wa.. The announcement was mad C 3D 22 11 Saanswick p' 111 sr. Lafis : 1: 564 11t New York usu Cubs Detroit
the leading Fort victory k 32,665. Tigers %2-
stopped provided the margin at DaytonaBeach Duckworth p 21 1 OMantifla 1 110 Pi ttsborgh 553 2 MinnesotaBoston 20 17 .541
erdale Yankees, W. and last and his throw to the plate losing pitcher. Monday by Committee Lewis Hall Jr., Or Ridzik p 0000 Ills Radatz p 0 I 0aPtullIps CIDcinnatI Houston U 1'. 11..500 22.M3 4 J1h Detroit 17 1* 19 11 .514.D2'A'ii 277, New York Mets 18,646, Chi i

place Orlando whipped Lake- cut off the tying run in the ninth Stephens also was top battei ange Bowl president bValentme 1111 LM Angeles 11 21 .442 Sit Washington 17 25 .405 5 cago White Sox 13,827, San
The will be les: Chicago 14 20..412 7 Los Angeles U 24 m
played 0000Totats .385
game Cottier 2tt
land, 61.Daytona. when the Tarpons scored three for Yankeetown with a %-for-0 i St S Totals D 14 New Yak: 11 21 .212 1m Kansas City 12 25 .324 lilt Francisco Giants 12,397, Baltimore
Beach's Islanders than 48 hours after the Orang C Announced for Ridzik in Tint bwalked Yesterday* Results Orioles 10,254 St. Louis ,
times. performance.In Bowl college on the nigh t for pWJllp m Tint Grounded Detroit 5 Baltimore 3 ,
climbed into a second place tie another Florida State, game Into double play for Blasingame In 7m: Results Boston 4, Vrashtagton 5 Cards 4,855 and Houston Colt \\ :
Lakeland by trimming Fred Scherman doled out five i of Jan. 1. Grounded out for SpanswKk In Ithj E No games scheduledTedays Chicago 7. Kansas Ciry 4Minnesota
with I League encounter, Chieflancedged Hall also announced -Hit sacrifice fly for Rudolph In 5th.wasatelt. I. Los Angeles 1 3,125. 0
6-5, while Sarasota Lakeland hits and the Twins exploded a one- Games Only game scheduled
Tampa, ..
0J 000 11 1-11
for four in the sixth Newberry, year television contract with thi e .. : 'Tay'sNew Games
I runs OU Ota4E The Los
drubbed Miami and Art Casor I Boston JOt York Fisher 1-3 at Chicago Buhl Minnesota Kaat42 at LM Angeles Mo Angeles Angels and ,
The night's firing left Daytona at Orlando. Bill Patterson's two Danny Veal Columbia Broadcasting System a -Bmsoud. Ti....... Immtr Blasmgame -: 4-1 Bride 1-7. eight Minnesota Twins most .
blow paced the winners with four anc I for $200,000. compared to $125 PO-A-Washfegton 2.... Boston 27.. Los Angeles Drysdale 5-3 at Oncmuti Chicago Puarr 5-0 or Kreutzer 1-0 at ; are responsible 1 f
Beach and Lakeland only two run double was the big ,i IU DP- v worttl. BUsingame and I Jay 1-2 or Nuxhatl 3-X night Kansas City Pena 5-X night for the drop in the AL t i.i
back of the Yanks and Ron Manders hit a double ana t three hits, respectively. 000 for the 1964 game. Winnin g Skowron; MoreheadL Bressoud and Stuart .. San Francisco Marietta t-l at St. LouDetroit Lolich 4-3 at Baltimore Bunker j
total The trail their
games LOB- is Gibson 44. night 4-0. nightCleveland gate Angels
> Bressoud Jones and Stuart ,
St. Petersburg two and one-half triple for Orlando, as th: Benny Keene was the wlnnIn g: players will get $800 each, ;a Washlnglan 4, Boston. Philadelphia Short 2-1 Mahaffey 2-2 Grant 3-3 at New York Ford 1963 and thoTwins '\
YastrzemsU. Hinton Till. at Pmsburgh Law night 4-1, night figure by 122,764
of 2B Jones.
four pitcher and Cent McKoy W as boost $200. Losing player -
behind. Twins snapped a gam: ., Wilson f
man amtan. HR-Kennedy. SB-ZbnmerSF Houston Fared 6at Milwaukee CionWasftlngtOft Daniels 5-2 at Boston by 79,372. E i
Norv Rasmussen held the losing streak. the loser. will receive $500, up $100. -Brinkmao. inser J-J night S ..2, night. };

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,j 1 First Federal r.afRM t gC Souch ik Thrown Fir 'Open' Loss .1

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By JIM BECKER That was Souchak's second: qualifying spots at Memphis, '-
,39 .tJi' ""
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Surges to Win Associated Press Sports Writer victory in five weeks, and put it took 145 to get one.

! Just when burly Mike Sou- him sixth on the money list with Gay Brewer, tied for fourth In NEW FOR 64 t

; chak the old Duke football more than $22,000.It the Memphis Open, led the big
Midget Battle ,. place-kicker thought he had his bad been a long dry spell field with 67-68-135. FIBER-GLASS ROTARY FROMMDTffM5iVfffl

J golf game back in shape aftera for Souchak since he was the Among the others who qualified -

he thrownfor leader in the 1960 there'were: Jerry Pittman '
Three two-year slump got halfway Open
runs in the fourth inning hurled the win for First Federal -
I loss. and a factor in 1961. Souchak 136; Fred Haas, Ken Venturi
broke a close and the former homered a
open game to
10 than conventional models
and First Federal went on to a help the cause. wkC finished three strokes back 01 and Bill Collins, 138; AI Bessel pounds lighter
4-1: win over North Central Bap: Mike was the biggest casualty the leader in both those years. ink and Bruce Devlin of Aus- 20" Deluxe
tist yesterday in a Dixie Big Inning r? as a field of about 2,000 But the best he could do Mon- tralia, 139; Joe Campbell 141;

League baseball game at Sid Seven runs in the second in- started on the long qualifyingtrail day was 7374147. .There were Bill Dunk of Australia, 142; Phil N Walking Rotary

ney Lanier. ning made it easy for First Na- to the U.S. Open at Wash- Rodgers, Dave Thomas of Eng- I
'lf'IS ..+:9_ ington, June 1820. land and Bob Duden, 143 Rex
Other Midget League action tional Bank. Jones had a homer m ; f ber Glass Is tsigh:! and durable-
saw First National Bank top with two on for the winners in Local qualifying rounds over Team Wins Baxter and Bob Verwey of South t won't rust. fade, chip or peel. Lawn
Fire Department 8-4 in a West- the big inning. R. Parker hit AllAmericaRalph 36 holes Africa, 144. care is easier for everyone in the fam
were staged at 54 ily. See this model before you buy.Here's .
ern League fray at Littlewoodand one for. Firemen in the fourth.
Gainesville Building Trades Art Lee, Building Trades hurler Bone, 12, son of.Mr. courses Monday. Three more With A 63 arrar+a
downed University City Lions fanned 14 in the victory over and Mrs. R. E. Bone, Atlanta, tests will be held today, all in I

13-4 in an American loop struggle -previously unbeaten UC Lionsas formerly of Gainesville, has the metropolitan New YOrK The team of Billie Miles,

at Finley.Standridge the winners hiked their rec- been named to the 95-pound area. Kathrine Stephens, Betty Vida;1.'ip.1JL.I.I i I

and Wake man ord to 3-0. John Fuller hom Junior All-America team of A total of 423 golfers will advance :and Gussie Rudderman 'posted
erect with one on in the fourth Little Scholars, chosen by the to the sectional qualifying a nine-under par 63 to win an
for the victors. Warner Foundation. He CLEANING
Pop rounds scheduled for June 8-9. event sponsored for 18-hole .
Nicklaus I Today's games: played right halfback on a players in the Gainesville Wom- REPAIRING"We } how Blade Moto-Mower's works to push new objectslike SafetyGuard

I National Moose vs. Lions, Kirby team "Big Cardinals" that 21 Exempt en's Gold Association.The rocks down to the ground.
Smith; American, Hughes won the Dixie Bowl Classic at ; Twenty-one players, including
Leading Supply vs. Baptist D.O.W., Fin- Waycross, Ga. Only 27 youthsin defending champion Julius Bor- contest promoted by Rod
ley, Western, Kiwanis vs. the nation were chosen for as and recent champions Arnold Nora Mae Scruggs and Corinne Them Out"
Plumbers Union Littlewood; the honor team. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, Jack Nicklaus Bill Jackson, drew seven teams yes I II $7995

$ ParadeDUNEDIN Dixie, Citizens Bank vs. John- E. H. Bone, 905 NW 12th Ave., I i Casper and Gene Littler, are terday at the Golf and Country I Motor Block

son & Faris, Foster; Rebel, Life are the grandparents of the exempt from all qualifying, and Club. I Flushed I TEUDGETTERMSFOR
(AP-Jack) Nick- Underwriters vs. Shopping Cen- youth. i 45 others were allowed to skip
The foursome of Libba Mer- We
& Deliver
ter Metcalfe. Pick-Up
laus continues to pace profes- the local test.Souchak's .
rill, Mrs. Jackson, Ruby 0'- ,
sional golfers on the this tournamenttrail. year in Federal DIXIE*b r "N.LEAGUE1st C. Slpt. Ib r Fi Gators Meet failure was the Kelley and Myrtle Clayton finished -i: RADIATOR! SHOP Get A New MOTO-MOWER Now At
money won McCullum ss 3 0 0 Nixon c-ss 4 1 0 five under Two
most noteworthy. Another was par.
Vergason Ib 1 1 0 Flake ss-p 400 White Electric
Weseman 2b 300 White p.c 302 Bill Hyndman III, Walker Cup-- teams tied at four under for I
The PGA records show that Newberry rf 31 1 Home 2b 1 01 JIM VOYLESAPPLIANCES
in S. Orton 3b 311 Fender 2b 2 01 JU TodayOn per and former runner up in third place. One foursome was & Battery
Nicklaus has won $48,035 Stand'roe cf-p 311 Van Pop'rng Ib 1 0 I both the U.S. and British ama- composed of Rachel Emmel,i
placing first in two of 11 tourna- Shepard If 3 01 Turlington lb 1 0 CI
Wakeman p 101 Smith cf 100 teurs. He missed at Ambler Marilou Swearingen, Beat Service TV
ments in which he participated.He J. Sabatelle cf 1 0 0 Swails cf 1 0 G
finished in the first five J. Sabatelle cf 1 0 0 Brown 3b 2 0 1 The Road Pa. Fellows and Barbara Stephens. 419 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-5303
B. Orton cf 000 Hoffman 3b 1 0 0 The other was Eleanor Davis, 118 N.W. 8th Ave.
Means 200 Wood IfCauthen 1 0 0 In Phoenix
eight times. c Frank Stranahan,
If 2 01 JACKSONVILLE Florida'sGators Flossie Cox Ann Scrafford and FR 2-8581
Right behind him is Arnold Geiger rf 101 ;former British Amateur cham- Ruth Aller. I
.. Lee will try for their 21st
Palmer, who has played in 12 Totals' 23 4 5 Totals 27 200 1 I pion and veteran pro tourist,
baseball win of the today
tournaments won two and fin- First Federal ,....... 0 0 0 3 0 1-4 season failed to qualify when he soaredto
No. Central Baptist ...,.. 10000 0-1 when they meet Jackson-
ished in the top five six times. 73-8&-159.
ville University's Dolphins here.
His winnings total $45,113.75.Bill G'ville B. T. ab r "U. C. Lions ab r h Today's game will be the first Nearly all other name players
Cross ss 220 Blasingame 3b 3 0 0 advanced.
Casper Jr., raked third Straek C 210 Bengochea p 321 of four this week for the Gatorsas
with two wins and five times in Lee p 331 Thomas rf 100 they close out their 196 Big Mike had expected to have
Fuller Ib 332 Aguirre Ib 300
the first five in 14 tournaments.He Tucker rf 421 Ellis 2b 100 schedule. Friday and Saturdaythe little trouble. He tried at Mem-:I Wh 4$
Philpot 3b 200 Kokomour ss 300 phis, scene of the Memphis
has won $34,541.67. Morgan 2b 000 Helmn'tler cf 000 UF will host Florida Statein I 4 ? _
Cowart cf 210 Smith c 201 Open last week which he won -k
Other leaders: a vital three-game series. ; :
Mason Mendenhall Ferguson If ss 0 211 0 0 Deas Hipp If ss 121 200 with a 72-hole score of 270, low- : :: the
Dave Marr, $24,454.49; Jenkins 3b 201 Mclnnis rf 000 Coach Dave Fuller probablywill est on the tour this year.
Randolph, $24,249.58; Mike Sou Potter 2b 200 Vidal H 100
Crevasse cf 100 Atktsson rf 100 use Dan Griffin againstthe
chak, $22,453.92; Juan Rodri- LaBelte If 100 Anderson 2b 3 00 % rg
Dolphins. Griffin hurled swing \
Pagenmi If 100
guz, $22,171.43; Tommy Jacobs, Totals 27 13: t Totals 21 4 3 victory over JU last week when A ill l C Returns
$18- Building Trades 310252
Gene Littler
$21,107.50: U. C. Lions ............ 000220- 4 the two teams played in Gaines to
903.74, and Al Geiberger, $18, WESTERN LEAGUEFire ville. To Alma MaterWINSTONSALEM a, '.. ": ; .

299.37. Dept. ab r h 1st National ab r h 4 a? '
The report includes tournaments P.Searles Parker If If 100 1 C 0 Jones Kultert ss p-rf 311 321 Florida will start Danny Eg- N.C. (AP) Methyl P t\ :; : :
gart in Friday's it h ;, .
through last week's Mem- Reid If 100 Clayton 2b 212 game w -Golfer Arnold Palmer re- .
Invitational which Brogdon If 1 0 0 D. Ayers 2b 000 FSU and in Saturday's twin ,
phis Open Weaver p 311 Benton 2b 100 turned to his alma mater Mon- -> <
Souchak Sprnk'fld c-rf 3 0 1 S. Pearsn 3b-p 311 bill it likely will be Charlie Anderson R '
won. day night to help honor out
Butler 2b 3 0 0 D. Pearson c 31 C ; "- ;:: :
R. Parker rf 3 2 2 Bonner rf 300 and Adrian Zabala. standing Wake Forest College : ; ,
Clardy Ib 311 TomMnson Ib 200 ; :
RaillllitsSofthallcrs Denkins 3b-C 301 Hill Ib 100 athletes for 196364. ,. ;
Davis cf 100 Hall cf 1 1 0 I .
"There are no major or minor .
Combs cf 200 Anderson cf 2 00 ,.,t i' ,
Millican ss 200 McKinley If 1 1 0 Greatest margin scored in the sports" Palmer told the 400 : ." < :
Kerns 1 0 0 S. If 1 0 0 # ''' '' '
ss Ayers '
Simmons If 1 00 Kentucky Derby in the last 20 dinner guests. "The way a man <<,,'1, .; K!>f.
Totals 21 4 i Totals 27 1 S Assault's ""iM
was in
years eight-length participates a sport makes it
Fire Dept. 100102-4 > ' Rain interrupted the Business 1st National 17000 x-t victory over Spy Song in 1946. major or minor." .. y' i"t '

League softball schedule at.City .,t!: ... ;'+; ,

Park last night with two games :.:., ... <
completed and second games CAREFREE MOTORING 1S kj :t ; t
only just under way when Jupe g l :t''i

Pluvius ended things. ,, .# .
Gainesville Gas \ '
CWA edged + 4'h *"
9-7 and Fulps Radiator topped Starts at Tlreiitt ; :'" ,- .,;:,*
Gainesville Livestock 9-6 in the '. )'

contests that were completed. j

Tonight's City League .action,
will match Budweiser vs. Guy
Cleveland Construction Co. at i. -

7:30 and Schlitz meets Gaines- -4w1I rttRR:,

ville Wings at 9. :
G'ville Gas 300202077CWA i mm***** 11.1 "


Durden, Scott and Davis; Wilson b e,.
and Harris. ifs

Livestock 1001031-6104 E _
Fulps 201 150 x-9 82

Dicks, Smith and Jeter; Black- GET YOUR CAR READY NOW. .
welder and Rogers.Argentina.

Let our expert Mechanics do the work r .A

j V Align Front End \ ALL FOR ONLY 4

Is Winner V Balance Front Whc3 \ t tI t

LIMA, Peru (AP-Argentina) I V Adjust Brakes $ i .
9 5
was declared the winner and

the pre-Olympic soccer tournament V Repack Front Wheci bearings
was suspended Monday+ ,. .
following the riots that left hundreds V SAFETY CHECK battery, '
dead in the Sunday Ar : Any
gentina-Peru match. cables, cooling system American I IQtr

The tourney was held to fan belts, shock absorbers /' CarDELCO $ LM
tetermine two teams for the
and exhaust
Tokyo Olympics. system Parts extra, |if needed : g w4It's '
Argentina was unbeaten hi 1

five games and had 10 points
Second place and the second
team to go to Tokyo will be decided j MAKE BATTERIES AS
in a playoff between Peru b tow 1A95 6'
and Brazil June 7. Dependable, long-lire batteries at this low, low price AS voa

Peru and Brazil each had five e an important gasoline discovery!
points before the tourney was Methyl steps up

suspended. octane performance so effectively that it
Ffrefo e De' Luxe Champion
knock better than other
Just Parts \ any antiknock compound. Methyl spreadsmore

At Speedway .', %l: \ Any Whitewalls Sizo NEW TREADS evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up

: 1 SOUND OR ON TOUR O1fM TIRES under extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines
ty-three of the world's fastest t I n.lji (Crown and Crown no
race cars were just assortments .
of high-priced parts today ONLY'" increase in price Another waythat
as the silence that preced ST1AN DARD

the 500 mile Memorial Day Plus talc and 4 trade-tn tires of same size off your car.Except we take better care of your car.
race hung over the Indianapolis .

Motor Mechanics Speedway.and crewmen were -.thyl-tnd.markA I I.JW !/

going over the temperamental:1

brutes part by part looking f ort
defects and signs of wear f 4r
could mean the difference between IP
victory and a place fai EYERY MIGMTI

down the finish list Saturday.The I where your dollar buys MILES more
loudest sounds were UK
mutterings of mechanics anc r y U4 \V. University Are.e .

the click of golf balls on Ph. FR 6-7561
Speedway golf course, half o f:! s.ceowv. ovco
which lies inside the track. rocs
The cars will get back on the Tu rnwseB.rRr @

track day for again carburetion only briefly tests.Thurs Ther, .>< y -- Friday's 'til 9 III /, in Standard gasolines-at no increasemrin price!

the silence will fall over the ok: < -

track again until race time-1]I : 7- _' ..: ..,i
a.m., EST Saturday. .. .. : .j, ;

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Tuesday May Z5, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13 I

'I 1- Panel to Businessmen LivestockIs


.I LWY REVIEW YlI Know. Issues in Congress'-I For Subject DARE I

The Gainesville Chamber of dent E. the
W. Combs panel will
ry locally.
State Senator L. K. Edwards

r. I Levy Plans Commerce tion Committee Congressional will present Ac-a ment discuss Work. "Making By Working Self-Govern-At Panelist Ralph Cellon Jr., cattleman principal or Irvine speakers will be one at a of two-the ,I

Request I two-hour panel discussion designed -It." and Alachua City Commissioner -day livestock commodity meet
New 1
Banking to bring Gainesville The purpose of this local panel will discuss the 1965 ing which starts tomorrow at
businessmen face-to-face with discussion is to give leaders budget, area redevelopment ad- the University of Florida. '

(The following market quotationsare ''I InstituteBRONSON major congressional issues. insight into the major issues and ministration, and public works. Dr. E. T. York Jr., provostfor
requested specifically by readers The forum will take 1
Ii place to that affect
of the Sun financial page. The quota STOCK LISTINGS answer questions Dr. Harry Walker, Gainesville agriculture, said that Sen.
tions are furnished by Sincere &T Co., I' Thursday at the Guaranty Fed- the economics of Gainesville as
t Investment Service here.) A committee to deral Savings and Loan Build- well as the nation. surgeon, will discuss Social Se- Edwards a cattleman, himself, !
I' organize a federal savings and ing from 9-11 a.m. curity Medicare. will speak at a banquet tomor- ,
j NEW YORK STOCK Reyn Metl --_- .50 36% Keystone K-2 5.636.15 loan association for Levy Countywill The panel will indicate waysin row at 7 pm. at the Holiday
The panel called The Gaines- which citizens can most effectively ,
here Double time for over-time and
meet tomorrow
Rich Merr S-3 nightto
Keystone 16.66-18.17
EXCHANGEAbbott -- 1.00 41%
R C Cola 1.20 70% Keystone S-4 4.795.23 outline first steps to be takenin ville Aircade for Citizenship communicate their the extension of the Minimum Inn.The;; livestock session is being I

d Lab 2.40 39Allied / Roy Dutch __ 1.73g 45% Life Investors 20.7222.65Life the formation of the proposed Action, is made up of commit- views to their Congressional rep- wage will be discussed by John held in connection with theUniversity's
teemen who study major legislative -resentatives. The forum will also
Cem __ 1.80 52% Searle GDSherwin Stock Fund 8.048.77 banking facility.E. "
.90 62 Keefe relations director for the Operation DA E
issues daily. Headed by give business leaders a plan for
I Amerada Pt 2.00 Williams 105 Mass. Inv. Trust 166118.15 T. Tews, accountant and Chamber of Commerce Presi- building more effective citizen- Gainesville General Electric (developing agricultural resources -
Am EIc Pow _._ 1.16b 41 Singer 2.00 Mass. Inv. Growth 6.927.58 auditor, will outline the procedure Plant. effectively) and is one
'1 Amer Enka 1.40a Smith Kin 1.20a 60% Pioneer Fund _. 9.67-10.57 to be followed in making of many such commodity con-
i Amer Home 1.44a Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% Puritan Fund 9.63-10.41 application for a charter. The Henry Barber, local attorney, ferences scheduled throughouthis
Amer M Fdy .90 21% St Oil Cal 2.00 61% Putnam Growth 9.5810.47TV meeting will start at 8 p.m. in Burns High List will discuss unemployment edu- month and next.
Armco StI .-__ 3.00 71% St Oil Ind -_- 2.00b 79% & Elec. 8.128.85 the Bronson Town Hall. cation and poverty. '

Atch Topka .. ..,?...?,.,., 1.20a 32 Sterl Drug 65 28%' Value Line Inc. 5.576.09 The meeting is to the The meetings are for the pur- (
Bauch Lomb 1.20 Texas UtilTextron __ 1.20 58%! Wellingtonfund __ 15.1516.51N Committee members are Bur- open pose of planning agricultural
Baxter Lab .36 66 1.40 I en E. Brice, Dogan Cobb, S. E. Contribution public. Registration cards are: development for Florida through
)t Beckman In Tidewater .- 43% Y S E Most Active Stocks Wasson, Dave Spillane, all of Tally available at the Chamber of:
30 1975.Another
Commerce office.Road .
L'l Beech Lf S _... 1.10I Trans W A ___ 41%: Vol. Co. Close Change Bronson; Harold Mills, Chief- key speaker at the
land Clyde Coulter, Cedar Key
Bristol My .80 66 Union Pac 1.60a 45%! 141,900 ; ; TALLAHASSEE (AP) May. governor, Charles Holley of St. livestock meeting will be Louis
Chrysler 49% up 1% Dewey D. Allen, Inglis; Tom
Brown Shoe 3.40 Und Air L 1.50b 57% 130,100 Tex Gulf Sul 56% up 1% Knotts, Yankeetown; W. J. Ed- or Robert King High of Miami i Petersburg reported contribu- Rights Gilbreath, member of the executive -

Brunswich 9% Upjohn .- 1.00 52% 74,300 Ocident Pete 30% off 1% wards, Archer; Henry Ross reported Monday that contributions .. tions of $2,641 last week, total committee of the Florida
I Campbell S 2.40 War LambWorthintn __- .70 29% 59,400 Haveg 42% up 2% Gene Bailey George Baker and to his campaign for contributions of $15,132 and total Agricultural Council and a St.
Carter Pdt ..--- l.OOa 17% __ 1.50 47,800 Pure Oil 50% off 2% Ford Lincoln, all of Williston. governor climbed to $67,976 in I spending of $13,137. Are Sought Augustine banker. He will explain -
... ..
CaseJI 17% Xerox how livestock groups can
-- 119% the second
46,700 Pan Est P L 69% up 1% the final week of primary
Cessna Air _.._ 1.00 26% Zenith -__ ___ 1.20a 67% Burns. Major contributors to Democratic contribute to the goals of
35,600 Xerox 119% up 2% Late as Mayor Haydon candidates for governor were: In StarkeSTARKEA
Ches Ohio __ 4.00 77% Morning receiving BURNS DARE at a general session
of Jacksonville :
32,300 Sperry Rand 15% off % reported
$1.000 Dr. C. F. Endle New York,'
CoasSCas...,......-.... OVER THE COUNTERNEW 32,100RCA 32% off % $59,262. Thomas Lechner Titusville; Thomas H. Thursday in McCarty Auditorium -
: CBS 1.80b 47% N. Y. Listing Green. Jacksonville; C. Ray Greene Jr.. State Road Department on the UF campus.
30,600 Wallace Tier 25 % Jacksonville; Harold Deloach. Jacksonville -
Comb Eng _.._ 1.20 (AP-The following bid Burns was still far out frontin : ; J. J. Deloach. Jacksonville; R. right-of-way procure
t Cone Mills _.......... .80 18% National and asked Association quotations of, supplied Securities by Deal.the 63,500 A S Magellan Ex Most Pete Active 1%Stock up % AllisChal 19% Int Harv 77% total contributions of the en- W.; Thomas.Jewett Tamp.Ashley; E.Melrose R. Lewis.; Betty Tampa C.- ment man is working now or Prof to Serve
j I ContI Airl .40 25% ers. Inc.. do not tire campaign. The new report f Carrlson. Jacksonville: Jean C. Holley getting easements signed foi
represent actual trans up
55,600 National Pete 3% up % Alcoa 74% Int Nick 78%I Jacksonville; Tilde Edwards, Lakeland;
. Contl Ins ....._..._ 2.20 actions but are the NASD's estimateof placed the total of his contribu- T. E. Maiden Bunnell; J. P. Degar- the Morgan Road-Church Road
I Control Dat _.._ 105% the range within which these securIties 39 100 TWA wts 23% up % Am Air 46% Int Pap 32% ions at $626,197 and his total mo Dean, Maitland Rowe, ;Tampa.John Carter, Tallahassee; Tn India As
Corn Pdts _.._ 1.50 62% could have been sold (bid) or 32,500 Syntex Corp 80 off 2 Am Brk 52% Jones& L 75% at $900 Samuel A. Cornwell Jr., Bra- Paul Carter said yesterday his
r bought (asked): 26,900 Acme Missiles 6% 3A spending $582,733.High's denton. $700 Jep G. Dove, Tallahassee. -
# Delta Air 1.60 86% up AmBdPar 35% Kais Al 38% $516 Steve and Suzi Nash, Decatur attempting to contact all owners ConsultantProfessor
1 Det Steel __ .60 14% Alico Land --,.-,,.. 73'- ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS AmCan 43% Ken'cott 81% new report filed with $500, Ga.- Mrs. Eva Medard, Tampa; of the 90 parcels of land I
I Emerson El 1.00 Amer Heritage 21-22 Purchases -- 332,912 AmCyan 66% Lig & My 76% Secretary of State Tom Adams, Fred Miami Caddell, Jacksonville; Turner Dor- involved along the road, and G. Ray Noggle of
-- S.
na. : Mort Zimmerman Dallas -
Fair Camra .50g 22% Cowles Mag & Pb. 11-12 Short Sales -- -- 3,432 Am Mot 14% Loch'd 33% pushed his total contributions to Tex.; Mrs. R. H. Betts, Orlando; suggested the owners call him, the College of Agriculture of
E FinanlFed....._ Florida Gas _.._ 11.128 Other Sales -- -- -- 374,610 AT&T 138% Lorillard 45 $192,155. He said he had spent. George Jam H.E.Langford Toussaint, West, Clearwater Palm ;Beach J. T.; .by phone to save time. He said the University of Florida will I 1
'1 Fst Chartr _.._... 1.97f 37% Fla. Tel 27%- % Total Sales 378,042 AmTob 32% Mag'vox 31% $178,132 in the effort. 1 werda Haynsworth, Tampa Plant; Thomas City; Raymond Snively Win-Per that to date 15 of the owners: serve as a consultant in biology
/ Fla E Cst -_-- -. 13% Franklin Life __ 62-63 Ampx Cp 16% MM&M 61 The Republican nominee for, ter Haven; Harvey B. Snively. Winter have signed easements, givingthe education in one of 16 summer
I Food Fair _.__ .90 Jax Minit Mkts. 6- 7% PREVIOUS DAY'S Anaconda 43% Mohasco 13% Haven; Archie Robert Davis E., Snively Jacksonville, Winter; W.Haven A. county the land needed for science institutes to be held in

FMC Corp 1.00 56% Milgo Electron. 11 % STOCK MARKET Armour 50% Mons'to 78% Glasser Daytona, Beach Brooksville; Ben; Tedrkk Charles, Daytona Borden widening and building the hard. India this summer.
Gen Tele __ .88 32% Mort. Guaranty Ins. .... 28-29 Advances -- 485 Babcock 27% Mont Wd 36% Six Complete Beach, and Woody Lee, Daytona Beach. top road. Teachers College, Columbia

Ga Pacifi l.OOb 62% Barnes Engineer ."._ -- 22% Declines 547 B&O 45% Nat Dair 83% $800 Welcom HIGH H. Watson, Fort Lauderdale University, is arranging the in.
4 Getty Oil _._ .lOg 23% Data Control 38% Unchanged 302 Beth Stl 35% Nat Dist 26% Course in LavEnforcel1lent ; $550; $700 H., L.Clarence Evans L.Micanopy.Edwards, Miami ber The project the stands as num- stitutes for more than 800 Indian
Grace Co _.._.._ l.OOb 57% Mead Johnson _.. 19% Total Issues --. 1,334 Boeing 51% N.Am Av 46% $500 Dr. Charles Forman, Fort Lao- one on county's pri. high school teachers of the sciences -
Heine Curt ._- .80 19% Syntex ._._....- -.. 80% New 1963-64 Highs 53 Borden 74 Penney 51% Alfred derdale;J.Robert Dion. A.Key Dion West Key Clifton West; ority list of secondary roads. and mathematics in what

IBM -._.._ 5.00 483 Tampa Elec. > -25 New 1963-64 Lows _..36 Brunswk 9% Pa RR 31% Miami Brock Springs.I Lakeland. and Katheryn Mills. will be the most extensive American

Int Min C __ 1.80a 78% MUTUAL CaterTr 32 Pe Cola 55 Six Alachua County law enforcement -I $ F. R. Shephard Winter Garden. Rabies Shots educational aid program of
I Int Tele -__ 1.00 56% Celanese 70% Phil Mor 81% its kind to be held in India.
officers completed
Kellogg _...._ .80a Affiliated Fund 8.88-9.61 TODAY'S DOW JONES Chrysler 49% Phill Pet 49% the basic training unit at the Math Professor At wherry Teachers College is directingthe
a Lehman CP _..._ 1.34e 29% Divers Growth _.__ 9.99-10.95 CocaCola 128% RCA 32% Florida Law Enforcement Academy project in cooperation with
j 1 Litton In ....._ 1.98f 62% Dividend Shares 3.774.13 820.25 I Indust. I 821.44 Com Ed 48% Rep Stl 43% in Tallahassee last week Authors BookJohn NEWBERRY-A veterinarianwill the Agency for International Development -
Lone S CM -_- 1.00 22% Dreyfus 203922.16 Con Edis 85 Revlon 35% of the State Depart
? 206.52 I Rails I 206.79I end. be at the Municipal Build-
Marsh Fld _.._ 1.60 Fidelity Capit 11.57-12.58 Cont Can 51% Rey Tob 43% T. Moore associate ment. The purpose of the institutes .
Martin M __ 1.00 17% Fidelity Fund 180919.56 I 140.94 I Util I 140.74 Dow Che 71% St Reg P 30% They are Fred K. Wood, J. R fessor of mathematics, at the pro- ing here from 1 to 6 p.m. which will be held June 8

McG Hill ._------... .60a Fidelity Trend 192020.87 I 290.35 | Stocks I 290.62 duPont 256% Seaboard 47% Hooten and Fred C. Duke, dep--University of Florida, is the tomorrow to innoculate dogs to July 22 at many universitiesin

Mead Corp _... 1.70 47 Fund'tal Invest -..... 110812.14 I 4,000 | Volume I 1,850 EAL 34% Sears 113% uties in the Alachua County author of "Modern Algebra With against rabies. India, is to help introduce new
Merck _.._ 2.00a Income of BostonIncorporated 8.469.25 E. Kodak 136% Sinclair 47% Sheriff's Dept.; R. L. Purvis, Trigonometry," published on City Clerk Bill Barry said ideas in these fields in Indian
Natl Airl _.._ .80 49 Inc. 9.90-10.82 Firestone 38% Socony 79% Jr. and Thomas H. Cotton, Monday by Macmillan. The book that after tomorrow all un- secondary schools.Cyprus .
V N Y Cent -_ .50g 36%: --' Fla Pw 47 SouthnC 59% agents...- for the State Beverage- provides a foundation_ for the later vaccinated dogs will be subjectto
Nia M Pow _.._ 2.00 I' I Fla P&L 73% SperryR 15% Department; and G. Edward I study of analytic geometry extermination.A .
Norfolk W 6.00 134% (e) New York Times and calculus but also FiringNICOSIA
Ford 53% StBrand 77% MacClellan. juvenile officer fori can serve
No Ind P S _... 1.48 as the basis of
High Low Close Net Chg. Fmst Da In's StO NJ 86% the Alachua County Sheriff's Of a Cyprus (AP) -
No Nat Gas _- 1.80 25 Rails 144.12 142.39 143.39 Off .09 Frept Sul 33% Studebak 7% fice. course. recent Treasury Department Heavy firing broke out today
Olin Math ._- -- --- 1.20 45% 25 Industrial 829.26 818.08 823.07 Up .95 Frueh Tr 30% Swift 50% Dr. Moore holds a B. A. request to mint more silver Between Turkish and Greek
Owens II G __ 2.50 50 Stocks 486.69 480.23 483.23 Up .95 Gen Dyn 24% Texaco 79% Instruction in basic law enforcement from the University of Western dollars was turned down Cypriot positions in the Kyrenia
Pac G & E __ 1.00 31% Gen El 82% Thiokol 13% fundamentals. suchas Ontario, an M. A. from the University by Congress because existing Mountains north of Nicosia. Canadian
Pac Lting -.---.----- 2.40 Gen Fds 84% U Carbid 123% making arrests, firearms
I of Wisconsin and a Ph. :mint facilities are hard pressedto troops came under fire
Pac T & T _._ 1.20 30% STOCKMARKET Gen Mills 38% Unit Airc 45% training and investigative tech- D. from the University of Chica. : meet the demand for smaller' from Turkish positions, the United
Pan Amer A 1.20 78 FLASHES Gen Mtrs 86% Un Fruit 21% iques, was presented by members -go. I coins.awarded. .i Nations reported.
Parke Dav 1.00 28% GoodrichGoodyr 51 US Steel 54%. of the Florida Sheriff'sBureau
Pennzoil _.._ 2.00 77%' 41s Univ Mat 12 Federal Bureau of Investigation

Perkin El _- 57% WestEl 31% Attorney General's Chiefland Watermelon Fete
NEW YORK (AP) Gains by Down about Jersey
a point
Pfizer ?....._....__ .80a 46% steels, rails and selected issues Standard and Zenith. Gulf OilHon'well 57% Winn Dix 34% Office and Florida State Uni
Phelps Dg __ 3.00 134% Woolwth 29% versity.
featured stock Prices mixed
improving the
an were
140% on
Polaroid _.._" .20 The Academy established by
Pub Sv E G 2.60 market early this afternoon. American Stock Exchange. the Florida Sheriff's Association Is Scheduled for
Pure Oil* -.- 1.60 51 Trading was moderate. Corporate bonds U.S. were generally Washington is Florida's only state- June 13
higher. government Forty years ago
Rayonier ._ 1.00 Gains of most stocks for law
key real suburb wide training facility
bonds were practically un had only one ,
.._ .50b 45%
Rexall .-.------ --- were fractional and there were Md. enforcement officers. CHIEFLAND The 11th an- the and
changed. Chevy Chase, throughout day $175 in prize money which will
plenty of losers.Speciallysituated. nual staging of the Chiefland there will be free iced-down mel- be awarded to the top three

Tobacco issues and Watermelon Festival has been ons for the visitors eating floats having the most appro-

some higher-priced stocks rebounding set for June 13. pleasure. priate theme and decorations.A .
from recent losses 111 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH And with the help of some Entries are still being accep- free movie at the Chiefland
Ruling Helps 1 showed wider gains. I I- much needed rain on the melon ted for the queen contest. Age Theatre will get the festival un-

I Having advanced 5% to 48 on .: crop yesterday, local festival limit for contestants is 16 der way in the morning. There
an opening block of 30,000 I :I"-. .: workers are going all out to through 21. They can be from will be games and other eventson
GrowersA I shares then trimmed the gainto Where's Tax Cut Going? \.fJ ? make this year's event the big- anywhere in the state and should the city park grounds all

a bit below 5 In later deal : 4 gest and best ever. submit a photograph, perferablyin morning. Added this year is a

Federal Court ruling in ings. Hercules was off about 2. General Chairman Donald a swimsuit. A $10 entry fee "gopher race' 'for the kids.

Georgia yesterday apparentlywill Airlines farm implements il I By Sylvia Porter .'i-I' ) Quincey has announced that also is required. Girls interestedin There will be food conces-
allow many Florida flue- aerospace issues and rubbers ,. the highlighting events will include entering the queen contest sions on the festival grounds
who also showed a generally higher the watermelon queen con- may contact Mrs. Nona Howard, sandwiches drinksto
cured tobacco growers ov- What have we been doing i jJll others of us have The puzzle isn't that difficultto serving and
erplanted their acreage allot. trend. Cigarette issues were with our tax cut-the extra $800 been spending the cash for a decipher.The test and a big parade and that Mrs. Martha Martin Miss Fran- go with the watermelon. Hal
ments to keep part of their excess mostly lower. Retails mail orders million we've had left in our wide variety of goods and services much more entertainment is ces Goolsby or Mrs. Helen Usherat Holiday is in charge of concession
planting. and nonferrous metals pockets each month since the we need and want-and tax cut didn't go into planned for the all-day event. Chiefland. space and may be con-
Federal District Court Judge were mixed. great tax reductions of 1964 we're using the extra dollarsto effect until the second week of Another attraction each yearis Susan Lewis of Williston the tacted by organizations want-

Frank M. Scarlett yesterday, in Averages were affected by went into effect in early March? make down payments on new March didn't affect large numbers the big melon contests, andit 1963 queen will reign over this ing space.
Brunswick, permanently barred some component stocks selling This is what we have been doing loans, particularly to buy big of who paid twicea is predicted that local mel- year's festival until her succes- The local Lion's Club, spon-
the U. S. Department of Ag- exdividend.The with it: ticket items. month us are ons will have to do some tall sor is crowned by CongressmanD. sor of the festival, has issued an

riculture from enforcing a 10 Associated Press averageof (1)) Some of us have been There has been a more than until later or that on a month.monthly It's basis ridi- growing between now and festival R. (Billy) Matthews. open invitation to all of Florida -
per cent cut in tobacco allot 60 stocks at noon was un- using the additional dollars to normal rise in buying of house culously to that time to match the biggest Hardy Dean, parade chairman and the nation to come to the
ments in Georgia and Florida. changed at 306.6 with industrialsup speed repayment of our debts. hold durable goods-furniture, premature after say briefa melon of last year, a 74rundCob said the parade will feature festival on June 13.
The judge's ruling supportedthe .3, and both rails and utilities Figures released since the tax appliances, TV. There are clear we period.are a puzzle so I Gem entered by J. C. Cor- two classes of entries-com "It will be the greatest family

contention of south Georgia unchanged.The cuts became reality disclose an indications of upgrading in our bin of Chiefland. mercial and theme floats. The day of your life," said chair-
growers of flue cured to- Dow Jones industrial extraordinary rise in the rate buying of our demand for The experience of Britain after There will be many prizes latter group will be vying for ma Quincey.
bacco that Secretary of Agriculture average at noon was up 1.19 at of repayments on instalment higher-price quality goods. Were she put through major tax
Orville Freeman acted illegally 821.44. cuts in 1963 is highly revealing.
debts unusually heavy repayments showing a distinct trend to-
in ordering the acreagecut. Chrysler gained a fraction. on charge accounts and ward spending for costly vacations -Retail sales in Britain didn't Boy Scouts From Bronson Area Plan

The steels displayed a stringof small! personal loans. Our repayments for automobiles with begin to reflect the tax cut until -
C. A. Lyle of the State Agri- fractional gains. on instalment debts dozens of expensive extras for the reduction had been in
cultural Stabilization and Conservation Texas Gulf Sulphur rose now take on an all-time record "good" jewelry. effect about three months andit Five-Day Adventure Historical Hikealready

Office, Gainesville, about a point in a continued high of 14 per cent of our after (4) Still others of us have been was six months before the ,

said this morning that he had show of strength. tax incomes. Also significant is putting the money into stocks British consumer responded in' BRONSON Fourteen boy [was cut, then on to "Bud are: Freddie Shaw Duane -
received no official word from International Harvester ad- the fact that the delinquencyrate bonds and real estate. full and lifted retail sales mark scouts from Bronson and Otter .Landing, where the barges stopped Goodson Wayne and Dale
Washington on procedures to vanced well over a point on consumer 'instalment American Telephone's recent edly. June \\illlIW'k the third' Creek, members of Bronson to pick up.the cut cabbagefor Ward, Billy Sullivan, Sammy
take in light of the court ruling.He Polaroid rose 2 and Control has fallen sharply since the tax sale of a hugh stock issue absorbed -month after our tax cut. Troop 335, are making preparations transport Long forgotten Cobb, Frank Cowart, Franklinand
said that 45-50 per cent of Data more than 3. Lukens Steel reduction. 1 hundreds of millions of for a five-day adventure "Old Camp Misery" and "N e w David Watson, Ronnie and
Florida growers had overplant- was up 2 or better.Reserve (2) Others of us have been dollars of the savings and cur- The reaction of most of us so hike into the Gulf Hammock Camp Misery," once a logging Billy Booker, Carl Bocttcher,
ed their acreage allotments.But putting the dollars in financial rent earnings of middle-income far is completely understandable. area. starting June 8 from Rose center in these parts will be Jessie Ellzey, and Joe We 11-
he said this is customaryso It's normal for an individual -wood and with fish seen. man.
Officer institutions just depositing families the nation over. This is ending a fry
that when final acreage. them in savings and checking one dramatic illustration of loaded with instalment at Ellzey on Saturday morning One night will be spent at Assistant Scoutmasters Mur-
made by the debts to want to use extra take- rel Watson and Donald Boettcb-
measurements are June 13.
I accounts-and letting the week- where lots of money has been Gray Lakes which was an old
ASCS the farmer can plow up Ends Course home pay to ease the burden. is er will accompany the group on
ly windfalls fatten our nesteggs going. The first night's camp slave town with plantations. Re-
It's normal for family planning the entire Scoutmaster
a trip.
his least desirable tobacco for while. With increasing scheduled at Griffin Creek mains of the old stone fence: !ole
leaving the best for hanesting.Lyle Lt Col Roby D. Yonge commanding In a contrast to the usual seasonal -I economists in Washington urgency and an expensive purchase to where the Natural Bridge and are still in evidence there. Gus (Pop) Efferen,Troop Committee {
officer of the 3396th Re- want to accumulate a nestegg Chairman Billy Booker, \
is in charge of the State ception Station (U. S. Army decline in April depositsin in business firms across the before actually making the pur Indian[ Mounds will be viewed. The final night's camp will be Lion's Club representativeBill
ASCS office in the absence of Reserve) here, recently returned regular savings bank accounts country have been puzzling over chase. The second day's journey will set at the "Old Hudson Place" Sullivan, and Troop Pro-
O. P. McArthur, who is ill with from a 4-month tour of special rose last monththefirst what has happened to our tax take the to Salt Island, where which was a settlement before gram Chairman Leonard Cobb
pneumonia in a Miami hospital.In duty at Fort Benjamin Harrison time since April of 1958 savings. An extra $800 milliona What millions of us who are ruins of the vats used to dry sea the Civil War where produce will arrange to be in attendance
the Federal Court hearingin Ind., and Ft. Lee Va. that this has taken place. Savings month in the hands of consumers paying down debts and building water for the distilling of salt farms were numerous. On the on a part-time schedule.Advancements .
Brunswick attorney Howard Yonge 44, successfully completed in all types of financial:,, is hardly picayune I I up nesteggs are doing is setting can still be seen. These were journey out of the Hammocks, in rank for the
Rooney for the USDA contended the associate officer ca sent into effect in early March& ''stuff-and yet there has been;I the stage for major buying of Civil War. A great abundanceused the group will stop for a periodat scouts will be reviewed and merit -
that the cutback in tobacco reer course No. 1 in the U. S. institutions have been increasing -no splurge in retail sales, no I goods and services later. We're in the early days of the the "Old Watson Place, now i I badge requirements will be
allotments was within the discretion -Army Adjutant General School more than seasonal forces! signs of a spending spree. turning in an orderly sensible, of salt was distilled. an extinct farm house and out met during the five days. Food
of the secretary and not He was president of a cIa s s would justify. There's no doubt While business is in a power. solid performance now-and as- The scouts will proceed to Kelly -buildings then trail to their will be prepared, cooked and
subject to judicial review. He I which included some 35 officers that much of this reflects the ful upsurge, it has not enteredthe suring a continuing upturn in Creek, which was an old "Bud destination at Ellzey. I served on a troop menu arranged ,
said the ruling will be appealed. from all parts of the world. tax reduction. zoom-boom phase. retail sales as 1964 rolls on. Camp" where swamp cabbage Scouts readying their packs; by the campers.b' f 4H

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14 Gainesville Sun 26 1964
Tuesday, May _


Notice to Hereby given that on the 28th day of May 1944 at Gainesville County EVi of SW.o SEVi less 3 acresIn EV of Lot 1 S of highway & Of NWU les 200 ft RR-W .. .,
of .. State .' FtorWa tax sate certificates will be sold on the following co les S 4 tt of E EV of Lot. 4 Bk 6 F S'/* of NEU, 33 1

I described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together 210 ft. 17. 1 .. .::. .:: 1549 Buster & Amanda Burnett ...... 12.65 Williams Add PB C-79-79C ... 3459 L 1 Elsie Ggdt .. .......... 2.11, &, 57 ... ......If....... .... 5435 J W 4 Milre Harris. .. ......... M.JJ
with all costs of such sale and all Eof NEVi E ACL RR 20 E & F Original LaCrosse .. .
advertising 8 17, 10 ...o......... ...- 1548 J SLin ......................... 54.94 LUNDY ADDN PB Ls com at NW cor Of Let E .. '
Lot 15 Bk 42 Tamlaml Hgts No -run W 181 tt S 157U ft E ; :; ,
DESCRIPTION REAL CODE ESTATE NAME AMOUNT 2 PB A-173 ................ .. 1578 M E C CaM ................... 3.49 Lot 6 Bk 4 ................... 3506 Mollie McClaln' ... ............ 1X5 S 181 N POI 8 WV of -. .
TAMIAMI NO 4 PB A-175 Lots 13 14 Bk 4 ................. 3510 Joie' Ford .. ................. 5.01 Lot f t less R-W & j

I w ..oav.... _" of Sof NW'A of Lot 4 Bk 31 ..... .............. HGT W E Scripter ......... ........... 2.89 Lot 15 Bk 4 ...-............. 3511 Green ........-..... .... 2.. 112 &a 1 original lcRoss Lot .

SWU. 26. 1, 17. 4.24 76. Minnie M Gregory ........... Lot S f Bk 31 .................... 1584 J C Edgar ....................... 5.03Lot Lot 14 8k 4 .....'............. 3512 Joie Ford ............... 1 acre of & 601 I t .Is l ". .
Lot 23 Bk 31 less R-W River- 161 16 Bk ................ 159 M F Parrish .................. 2.89 S40ftofN362ttofW272ft 1 acre at croin ditch by : .

r Lolelw aPB B-70 82-1 Abner Jones _................. 3.49 Lot 6 7. Bk 3 .................. Mrs G E Main .............,... 2.89Lots Of E 4 I o NE ., at SW co J
33 RIverview PB B-70 .. S4 Abner Jones ..................... 28 8 t Bk 3 ........ ....... 1596 Mrs F Comin .................. 2.8 IS 8 18 .. u 3528 Abner Jones ................. 12.45 of Main St In LaCrosse lyi -' 1
Lot Bk ...... ...... 1598 Neva ..... ................ Lot 21 Hitchcocks Add in a V shape J -
COLUMBIA HLots TS r PB A-142-162*.* Lots 2 to 7 a Lot 2 Bk 36..... 1599 Daisy M Pell ..................... 2.8 21 PB F-18 .....'... ..o. ....... 3531-21 Susie M Mills .............. 9.91 ditch on one bei Newnans b

Lots 25 to 30 Inc Bk A...........;. 93 Edith V Cook ............ ...... 2.89 TAMIAMI HGTS NO 5 PB A-171 ville rd on the other ls ,-
it to J4 Incl Bk B '4 Lizzie L Young ................... 2.89 GUINN WILLIAMS a REEVES SUR PB C-79A. also com at NW Lot ."

Lots 25 24 Bk C ....... tS Mary E Slt ................... 2.89 Lots 39 Bk 41 ......... ....... 1404 Mrs C Brenner ........ 2.89 dee by H C Parker t' .
Lots 23 24 Bk G 97 Marie S Alde. .................. 2.89 Lot 3 Bk 41 ................. .. Mrs M E Rich .................... 2.89Lot S 10 ft o Lot 2 Bk 2 .. .. .... 3537-2 George & Minnie Richardson .::. 52.o Isaa C Jos run SW- I j
160 Y Homan .. .
LOU .. 3558 Rose
Bk Tax DB 319 ., .
42 43 44 45 Bk I ....103 Ell Z Nalley .. ...._.......:.. 2.1 15 Bk 42 .. ......... W D Reed .................... 2.89 tot p 1 . .I S ln of Nenns .
--.- .. 5 6 Bk 6 ... 3544 Laura Evans .............. 5.03
1Oh611BkW ............... .. rd to '
124 .
R Anderson ..... .. 1404 .. ..
28 17 Bk 42 ........ M B Bon .. ............ 2.89 2
AI lo Lots Carrie Welch .. ..
7 8 Bk 7. ......., .. ... 3569 M 9.31
FrC S of hlwv 'less RRW .r. Heir ... crosses from H C Parkers .: ,
3 Bk 4 ................ 1407 Mrs B Walker .......... .. V
i less 25 acres MOL per. OR Lot Bk ...... ....... 1408 J F Lee .......................... 2.8 OLMSTEAD SURVEY PB C-79B house to Gainesville E "
4 4
EII209. 32 7 17. 317.2 : :... 165 P F &Marl Fluhr Jr ........, 2 Lots 41 Tamlaml Hgts 21 along' said rd 19 yds N 177 .

of W 411 tt of S NO 4 PB 4 .... .... 1415 Mrs A J Huff ....... .. yds to POB .1 land I '"
** 0' NEU Of NE'A. 3 7 17.6... 166 Pedro Wilson ................... 52.6 Lots 1 2 Bk 50 Tamlaml .. 34 S 26 f of N ImI o W 110 SW' of NWU of I
ft Lot 3421 Rose Y Homan .. '
of .. 5.63
W ..
209 ft o S 627 ft NEt o Hgts No 4 PB A-172 ............ 1421 Mary E Jacobs ............. ... E. T-i. leading from H C Parkers .
N2Et. 17 3 14t Rebecca .Welch ..................29.15 34 Com 100 ft tB of toe of residence to Gainesville & S ..
4 Bk 2 N 78V* ft E 100
tt of E 210 Of SEt of WADE PB A-44 of Newnansville 1
NEVA. 33 7 17. 1 f. ,. '-170-1( 4 Lula Davis Jr ......... ft S 28V* f W75ftS50ft are deeded to 'Bap .
'0 ft Of N 280 ft of NEW of .Ibr 12 Com at SW cor of R J Knight W 2 f ........u............... 3631 L M .Violet Cooper ....- ... 8.0 Churd.15 Colore N\ NW' .

in Frank Williams ... ............... of 170-308
HS 5.6 tot N 210 tt E 210 tt S 210 tt _
. .
1. 3ft7 0\7\ TOMPSETT SURVEY PB A-48 Carter 4 Carter 4 Adams' 12
tfofNi .
90 ISO NEAof W 210 .. ........ -.. 1690 Rudolph Eckman Sr ...,....,. 34 7 19 5443-1 !
: 7 17 Sam Elizabeth Henderson.... f .0 E 245 tt of S 900 ft Of SWVi '
E' 3 11 & 16.3 Lot 3 2 & Lot 1 Bk 3 & Bk .............. Abner Jones .. .. .. 2.89 W t Mildred Harris ....... :
N .
180 ft of Of SWA of Lot 1 1 .. 32 Ot NWU. 37 19 5 .. 5457NV 167
7 8 Blk 4 .......... 1492 Mrs B F Walton ............... 3.49 1 -
NE\.. 33 7 17 171-J Maggie Moultrie ........... .... 9.91 Lot L 6 2 .. .. .............. Ella Lewis Heirs ..... ...... 22.13Prettle of Lots 3 4 & Lots 4 7. 3 S
Bk 3 ................ 1694 Roxie Johnson Heirs .._.. ....
.V 10 Bk ................ ... 3749 Mae Merricks .. 41.38 .5 J W Mildred Harris .......
N 100 ft of S 280 tt of NEVi Of Lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 Bk 4 ........... 1707 Eva 81 Doris Cash & J W St 50 lt 2 .. .. 19 320 ._. .. ... .. 54951SVi & 23.57

S SWA W ft of NE NEVi!. 3 of 7 17 .of 171-3 Ruby Chelley .......,......:.. 5.6 Com 10 ft from NE cor N of 100 F ft C Elm ... ................ 28 C A WILLIAMS ADD PB C-79B Of of Lot Lots 5 4 Lets 24544 7 /.1 8 19.NE'i 340 .. 5704NV J W 4 Mildred Harri ..... 266.52 I

NEVi'ft301 o .SW.4. 1714S Robert t Llllie Williams ....?.. 41.98 Reinhard lot ft run E tt .. 1714 D J 8. Audrey Dansby ......... of Lot 4, 4 8 19, 40 .. ..... .. 5704 E 4 Hilda ............. 3.1
10 10
100 380 ft of NE'A Com 10 NE of H Wen 24 N 47V f of S 13t tt of W S 105 f of N 415 ft of E 105ft
SWU of N : 33 7 17 171-5 Badger ............. t cor 13 ft Lot 3 ... 3794-1 C E & Sarah Rawls ...-..... 67.44 of That part of SEU of
W 525 ft hiway 4 RR. Mar 5.6 k RR> o RR along R-W RR on to W E side& ef W Bk 6 .. .. .. ..... 3808 Eva L Williamson ... ...... ".18 NE!. W of hiway. 5 8 I. 5163 Florence L Presley ......... 74.44 t

33 1 17 P F Fluhr Jr .... ,. Lots 9 10 -11 12 Bk 5 Lynnwood
&Mari 1.0 line NWA of SW W to
SWi ef NW'I Ius1H o Park 3839 W F & Jeanelle Hitchcock Sr .. W2ohsofBSohsofS2l
of SEU 32 33 S line 1.1
i RR-W. 3 7 17. 4.1 .. U2-2 Abner Jones .. .. ... .......... 7.77 cor sees Sd Sees to NW o cor E 240 ffBofB340"t 'f'S 560' chs of tnat part of N'2 ofLot
.t bte Of '. less N
1 N C Creek
Green lot E to cor ofF I
Lot ef S260ftof W 110 ft. S 8 19. . .d 5725-1 Banks 4 Brocklngton 4 McRae
as DB 355-80
144 ft per on hiway. 7 being.. 2043NEU J W & Reba Thomas .......... 22.73 I C Reinhardt E H Weil lot lot N less to SE S 2 8 f 18 .. .. .. .. 3950-1 W C Mary Purvis .. ....... 17.52W2 W Tt sB of SE' 8 8 Trustees . .. 4 69

of- NW'A. 36 7 3. 1 244 Everett Maggie Moultrie ..... 30.69 cor o to Carrie Green less of SW!. a WV of SEU 19, o. .. '.... 5751 Jennie Williams .. ........ 41.'.

1 acre as per OB 151 pa 4 75 in a 10 Sq to D J Dansby a....... 1711 W M Johnson .. ...... 1945 Of SWA, 8 9 1. 100. .. .43 J W & Janie Farnsworth ...... 125.38 N" of NEU. 9 8 19 80 57S5 J W 4 M.kre Harrl....... /.4
Sees 1 & 12. 1 8 17. 1 254-10 Emma Mack Heirs .......... 5.6 10 f SE'A less part to Churchas Heir NE'A Of SWA. IS. 40 .... .. 46 J W & Janie Farnsworth ...... .S NW' of NE' a N'.a Of NW'.

DB & less R-W. NEVi of SWA & NVj of Gov 10 8 19 120 5759-1 J W 4 Mildred Harris ......... (1.14
S477ftofW477ftofNEu. per 10.3 Lot 2, 15 9 .......... 4128-1 H H Kout Trustee ........... E1. of SE' of SEU, of 17 8
2 t 17, 77.3 .. ..... ..... .. 1745 Paul & Lois Smith ........ 181.58 18 6 746 -
Be at stk In 'A sec cor 247 S'/i of SW' less R-W 10 9 1. 74 ." 1789 D & Lots Knight .............. 86.29 NE'A of SEVi less S 19 20 . . .. . .. 5841NWVi H W &Janie Hague ............ 22.73
S of center of sec run S416fttop050ft 50 ft R-W 8. SWA Of NE'ASE'A N 363 NEU of SWU of
WV of NE'A less R-W
ls'N . V M & Chastain Jr .. f o
4158 Dorothy
Nol SF&W Of NWU. 20 9 18 277 3.5 SW!. 1 acre in NE -

RR S 47V* degE241.0ftN 75.7 26 ft..Of..W. ..500..ft. .. .1.9. ., 1794-1 Paul & Lois Smith ............. 48.2. EV of NE'A 21 9 18, 10 ... .. 4164 E J &Inez Anis ....... ... 11 Cor. 27 8 19, 4'4 .s.. ....... 5891 Charles Bradley ............... 10.5k.
520.0ftW230ft085pg216, N" of NW'! Less 10 tt 81 NVa Bk 2 N 105 & Bk 3 less .
of NWA of les
..................... 31.55 .cre sq 9 18, 47 4173 E J & Inez Annis ... I .
" 2117 .. 244 Eva Bennett OR 28 9 17, 4 ...... 1877 A R & Clara Crocker ............ Of NE'A o NWA 2 .. 51.1 S f of E 210ft & Stbetween
1912 16.3 of W
S100ftofN$24ftofW73 of SEVi less R-W S 41 chs N c Bks 3 4 Hague DB

ft of of NW'A N hlway. NI 34 t 17. 38',' ..... ........ 1901 & Mary Woods .......... 65.50 22 chs of that par 80 f P425Com . . .. .. 5901-1 Preston &Ethel King ....... 143.68
1 8 i. .. .. .....f.... .. ... 272 Aaa Durr ....;... ........ 21.1 N elf of S 218 ft of E 176 Joie R-W less S 130 f & less 1.6 c W ef SE cor run .
f Louis ....
Vernell Trustee
ft Of 534.3 tt. 3f 17 ....... Annie R Stafford ............ 20.5 as per DB 21.591. 2 9 18, 4.. 4182 3.63N N W to W line Ot
SE!: Of of NE'A of SW'!. 11 420 ft of S 2 Lot'S chs E to
2 t 17 SE'. 290 Annie Burnett Heirs ......... 37.70Annie CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN PB A-95 acres In Grant 27 9 18. 2 .... 4222-1 C J .Elizabeth Walden .......... 9,91S210ttofW420ftofSEVS 33 8 1 10.2. .......b.. 5924 H W 4 Janie Hague M........ 29

Lots 3 4 ....................... 1918-3 Gwendolyn 8. Velezla Blair i N S of W .0 chs of E V
Retha Davis ............. 12.61
W T i
SW'. of SWVi lest S 210 ft of E I Lee .. Of SE'A 28 t 18 2 ..... .... 4247-2 1.0 chs of \ Lot 3, 3
210 of W tt & less N Earle . 2.1 N 210 ft of W 210 Of SEVi 2 ... ..... .... .. 5934 Marie J Whltaker .: ...,... ..
I 66 Lots 5 8 ................ ....... 1918-5 Lofton .......... .... f Viola ......... ....... 1.0
210 Of S 63 I of E 210 ft Lots 6 7 .................... 1918-4 Cason 1. Gibbs ............... .. 5..8 3 9 18. 1 .... ........ 4277-1 Brown 141"All in Grt les N 17.6 chs of
& less S of N 420 ft S40ftofE210ftofNWl.of 50 W 4 ft of E 650 f of Sec E 39.45 9 19 227 ... 5987 H W Janie Hague ........ ."
f & less 3985 ft. 34 9 10.4 ..... 4300 Abner Jones ..................... Com at SE of out &
of E 210 ft of 420 16.3 cor
....... ...
I .... SWA 3 10 17 ... 1940 Money Hodge Heir ............. 1. W\ o
S 420 ft of E 511.7 ft. 17. 32 ... 294 Price Ex O ... ...... 20.86 2 S 17 f of W 1036 less E Grt run E 17V stk
W 210 ft Of NWU of SE' S TAMINEGA W 583.47 ft Of S 1050 lane along lane 12.5 chs W
of RR less S 105 ft. 2 0 17 :O Abner Jones ...... ............ 7.77 .HEIGHTS PB C.5 ft, f o 18, 28 ... ...... .. 4303 J W .Janie Farnsworth ...... 61.82 21.50 chs S 16'7 E 13'.
210 hiway as per OB Lot 10 Bk D less E 100 ft .... 1962.10 J M Holt Jr ................. 21 Co at NW cor of se run N chs to 4 9 19 de ... .. 5991 H W 4 Janie Hague ...... .. 32.70
f o. 2 I 1 .J 302-1 J W & Reba Thomas ............ 7.3 Bks C D E less W 11 to 17 tt deg 50 min 40 se 1220.28ft W 20 b. E 40 chs Of N .

p 6 7 Bk 1.Gondola GardensPB & less Lots 10 1 8. 12 8. lessE thence run 1787.44 ft 20 chs in Grt 4 9 19 40 . . H W Janie Hague...... 46.24
C-22 3044 Eugenia Gllchrlst Heirs ......... 18.44 60 f of Lots 2 43 Bk C thence run N deg min E N311.02ftof E 4i of NEYas 591 & .

Lot 22 Murson PB B.3 329 Cason 8t Murphy ......... ..... 7.1 & less E 100 tt of Lots 7 5 1101112BkE4less 300 n to 6 N 3 deg 37 pr OR .20 being Parcel 1.

N55ftof S 100 ft W 50 f E 100 I of min E 2 f S 24 deg 23 minE 9 1. 1 ... .... .. 601$ eTa Laverne DowHng ......2.6)
Lots Bk D & less
7 8 9 10
of Bk 2 Tax OB 325 pg 435.4 65 deg 37 min W S 438 Of E *.
SF 4 W Addn High Springs 3352N Rose Y Homan ................... ..o Bk D & less E 100 ft of Lots 500 f 24 deg 23 min W being Parcel 3131, 1 f. 20 4015-7 C T 4 Laverne Dowling ......... 91.1
ft of W 100 of Bk t 1 12 Bk D.. .... ....... 1961 J M Hol Jr 282.Ult 145.2 f N 37 min E S 100 ft of N 801.45 ft of W
10 W Addn High I Spring ... 357 Pedro Wilson .. ............... 4.4 9 Bk F .. .......... 196 B D a Dorothy Davis .......... 39.24 300 f N 6 de 23 min W 165.3 tt of SE'A of SE'. Wim-I f
a 1234547 Bk G less W 290.4 f to POB.df 10 18. 3 1333.R F & Margaret Nesler ... .. 2.9 berly Estates 9 19 B H Rebecca Orr ........... 4.4
I 2.8-17 WHETSONE ADDN I I IN NW'A OF SW'/4 PB A-46V/ 17 ft of Lots 1 & 3 8. less landoutside N 210 I of W 210 of S'.In E 624..' ft Of 2' of SW' lessN100ftofE75ftilessRW 0752 a

10 ft radius curve o Grt f 10 18 1 .t. .. ...... 4343-1 Mid-State Homes Inc ............ 95.44
Lot 6 Bk 2 Tax DB 370-409 370 James Dutton 4 Annie Flowers ... 7.17 corner of Lot 3 ......... 1967-1 C T & Helen Farnsworth ..... 113.7 N 26.63 chs of E 16.20 chs Of 4 less lot DB 348-281 9. 19 j

Lots 9 16 Bk 2 37 Abner Jones ............. 2.89 Lots 20 21 2 Bk H... .. .. ... 1968-20 W W Suggs Sr ........... d.9 that part In Grt S of hiway. 3 2 4095 Minnie C Williams ........... "!5.01
Lot 19 Bk 2 37 Emma Mack Heirs ............. 2.89 W 70 ft o E/18 tt of S 145 3 10 18, 43 .. ... .. .. .. 4344 Mozelle Henry Ex 50. .... ... 78.93 per OR .. 6094-14 R J 4 Ruth Marlow. ......... 10X39
Lots 26 Bk 4....... 332 J 0 & Lucille Bell ... ..... 26.41 tt of NE' of NE'A 4 10 17 ..... 1972 Murray & Janie Randolph ...... 48.40 Stt of SE'A of SE'A, 4 10 IS, Lot as a per OR 61.51.. 2."I 4102-18 W F 4 Anna Ryals ........... 9.1

Lots 123212 2.. Tyler a Lucy Randolph ......... 2.89 Com 200 tt W of NW cor of ...... ... ... .............. 4366-2 R R & Alma Taylor .... .. 3.1 W 18.49 f of S 140 ft of N 190 I .
Lot Bk 4 382.2 R Eunice Black ....... 54.22 Main & Lucllo Sts run W to 3 4 PB A-i5. 27 t 19 4112-1 Alan 4 Frances Land ...... 18.46S141.SNofW141.SftofLot23
Lot 2 Bk 4 M & Priscilla Lewis .... .... 5.2 st NtoRRR-WEtoptNof '
S to 4 10 17 ... .. 1978 Abner Jones .........,........ 6.83 TAPP ESTATE PB A 57
Lot 6 Bk S 390-5 Surety Mortgage Invesmet Co 3.8 b b. PB A.5. 27 9 19 .. .. .. 4128 Rosa L Simmons .. .... ... 48.40 )
406 Tom Williams ..... .... of RR less S E 4 S 2V* chs of Lot 27
Bk 7 1.8
Lots t 10 16 Heir ... .
Lots 1 3 1 24 Bk I 40 J 0 & Lucille .... .. ..... 5.0 483Vi f of W 1220 f & less N 100 ft of W ISO I of Lot 2 ..... 4368-2 J C 8. Linda Butler .. ... PB A55. 27 9 19. 1 .. 4132 R 4 Hattie Strappier ........... 5.6
2 Surety Mortgage Investment Co lot to Roland DB 309 & N S 105 of N 315 of W 105
Lot 2 Bk 0Lott2 .f..E..504348-2-2 Linda Butler ...... 44.26 f f I
Lot 4 Bk 8 409-4 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 30.69 less Lot to Parker DB 3 P f of W 6S I of John 8 .... 30 PB 27 9 4141 Davis 4 Williams .............. 14.32
Lot Ek 8 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 3.9 137 & less lot to 7 ........ ............. 4368-7 C E 8. Klttie Farnsworth 1.4 4 PB A-55 SD A.5. 1 62 )

Lot 2 Bk 8 o.2 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 6.90 311-432 8. less lot to Vldeon MILLIGAN HURST EST PB A-118 OR 99101. 9 Elt 1 67B J 4 Shirley Browning ...... 3.1 I

Lot 4 Bk t .......... ....... 414-4 Arthur 4 Flossie Heagles . DB 318-252 8. less Lot as per N 300 ft of S 460 ft E 140.65ft
Lot 21 Bk 41621Lot Alphonso Robinson . 39.24 OR 1-297 & less lot as per Lot 1 & E X333 Chs of Lot 5 .... 472 James Hurst ............. 32.83 of WVj of Lot 63 less Parcel

Bk 9 4162 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 32.83 OR 1.30 & less lot per E 299.97 f of Lot 2 ...... ... 472.2 James Hurst ..... ..... .... 22.13 5 PB A-55. 27' 19 .. 41784 J W 4 Selwia Tweeddale'.. .... 21.1
Lot 2 Bk t Robert & Annie Johnson .... .. 37.10Daisy 1531 a less lot per OR 153-258 S',* of Lot 16 PB A-21, 28 9

Lot 9 Bk 10 DB 293 445 425-1 Frampton .. ..... 11.45 4 101 .. ... .. .. .. ..1989 D G Roland Estate ..... .. .. 83.7 Lot 2 less E 4.5 chs & S 2 19 5 . ..... . 4197 Jim Page .... ... ........ ..20.59
Lot Bk 10 .p 428 Mid-State Homes Inc . ........ 13.55 Co ft S of SW cor of Bk acres of Lot Lot 4 & N210ftofE210ftofW420ft

Lot 1 Bk 10 428-1 Wile & Ethel Richardson ...... 2.89 52 PB A-129B run E 350 ft W 5.667 chs Of Lot 5 ...... 437 Emma L Perkins ........ 25.47 Of Lot 19 PB A21. 28 9 4199-2 Harold Cunningham ......... 7.77W
Lot 14 Bk 434 ... .. ... ..... 2.89 S 150 I W 350 ft N 150 I Lot 3 less S 2 acres .. .. .... Tom 8. Pearl Hurst ......... 26.41 300 f Of E 171Q1 f 1 Of S
1 1 1 1 DB P 137. 4 10 17. 1.2 1989-2 John F Parker ....... ..... 7.43 of of NWA 5 10 IS, 435.4 Of N ft, 9
SEt 45.6
WHETSTONE ESTN ADDN PB A-46V* Com 20 S of SW cor Bk 52 WY ...... .. .. .. 751 Laura Hurst ........... .... 27.01 19. 3 f..... ...... ...3 4349-1 S E .June Hardin ..... 59.6
Lots Bk 9 Chapman & Smith 5 10 IS,
15 Hof E 100 f of Bk 2 less 5.63 Add PB A-122 ... ...... .. 2021 Alice Manning .................... 3.49 EV 20 Of SE'. ,. Of. .NWI. 4375-2 James Hurst ... ............... 27.01 WEST PARK OR 78-418
R-W Tax DB pg 125 Rose Y Homan ................. .. -
4 .. ... .... Bk 2 Chapman & Smith Add E4. of SE'A of SE'! of NE'A Lot IS ...!............. .. 6351-18 Richard 4 Barbara Quates ... 163.26
Ethel D Miller ....... .
Bk 6 N tt Of W ISO tt 67.0C 2040-2 Abner Jones .......... .. .. 3.49 ....... 20.59
Bk 7 les of 20 line ef NE' ofNW'A 42 i PB A.I2 .... ... W of R-W, 5 10 18. 12 ..... 4374-2 LEa Margaret Coleman Lot 36 .. .......... ... 61.3 R L 4 Janice Bass ...... .. 146.16
.. ... NE'NEI.. of NWA Lot R L 4 Janice Bass ,......:.. 167.54
OB 299 454 A Mclntlre .......... NW! of 3 .. .. ..
as pg 3.56 .
per .. .. 48.40
... ... .
3 ORIGINAL NEWBERRY PB A-129A 8. S'/* of NW!\.. 7 10 18, 160 .. ... 4394 R H & Lucile Hodge WEST PARK ADDN 1 OR 93-354
Lot 8 W R Jones Replat 1 7.77 Of NEU, 9 10 IS, Lot 7 .. ..... .. 4352-7 A T 4 Evelyn Douglas ...... 30.69
438 S Kenard ........ ....... WV' Of SE'A . ... .
PB A-124.DB 290 pg 47 Mar& Lottie Summers Jr ... ... 2.89 SVi of Lot 1 Bk 2 ........... 2051 C L Williams .......... ... 13.55 20Lots ...... .... ...... 4404-4 J P & Charlotte Weidner ..u... 22.73 Lot 1 ................. 4352-13 A T 4 Evelyn Douglas ........ 22.13
Bk 84
52 Lot 10 Bk 3 ................ 2068 Domestic Mortgage Corp ....... 5.0 23., 10 10. 1. 120 .... 4409 A N a Lela Schouten .. ..... 15.E Lot 1 .................. 6352.1A T a Evelyn Douglas ........ 30.69
Lot 3 Bk 12 .................. 2099 Ola Jackson Heirs ............. 7.1 105 ft of W 31 ft ef S 210 Lot 3 .. ................ .. 6352-30 J H Eula Steadham ....... 257.36
G E FOSTER fcDDN PB AJ Lot 6 Bi 1 ................ 2103 Frances A Hardee .......... ; ft of N'. in Get, 10 10, 18 .... 4412-3 W T & Katherine Brown ....... 52.61E10ftofW12OftofS210 Lot 6 .. .... ......... 4352-60- W F 4 Joyce Coulter .,........ 150.44

Lot 5 .. ....... ...... 2113 Jackson & Sanders .. ..... .. 32.83 Lot West Park Addn. 2 OR
N-ly 75 ft of E-lv 17$ ft ef Bk lt 7 Bk 1 OR 147-193 ....... 2114-1 Jannie Young ... .. ........ 47.04 ft of HIn Grt 10 10 18 .... 4412-4 J B a Mary Brown .. ......... $2,6 6353.11J F 4 Olief Gafney ......... 18.46
144ofBk6Rg1SCMooreAddn 14 less Lots 1 2 ....... .. 2118 C T & Helen Farnsworth .... 141.88 E210ftofW$40ftofN,. Westmoreland Addn 1 PB
.. .
W of hlway 419 C & Rebecca Vause .. ....... 417Aber NV* of Lot 9 Bk 16 ............. 2132 Julia Scott Heirs .... ......... 2.89 In Grant 10 10 1. ..... 4412-6 J D i Beatrice Robinson ....... 3.49 3 .............. G 4 Dorothy Carson .. .. 424.75
.. ... ... 1
N 25 n of W 80 f of Lot 8 Bk 15 .. 434 Jones 62.6 Lots 6 7. 9 Bk 34 ............. 23 McHenry & Jessie Brown .... 30.69 NV* of NE'A. 23 18, 80 ..... 4489 Oneita H Johnson ........... 73.4 SUNNVrt" E"T OR 61-239
Lot 2 Bk part as per OR .. R G 8 Reasale Smith ........
3 W'* of Lot 8 Bk 37 .. .. N210ftof W210ftof NWof
54.578 Lots 5 6 Bk 3. 494 Ada 0 Easterlin ...................... 287.90 Lots I 2 9 10 & E 3 ft of 2.81 NW' of SW'. 28 10 18. 1 .. 4521 J & Martha Richardson .. .... 2.5 Lot 9 ............ ........ F E 4 Elizabeth Terry .... .. 248.80

W 100 n of Lot S Bk 44 710.1WIOONofLot4Bk16. Capital Builders Martin.. .......*....... 26.0. Lots 3 8 Bk 42 .....-..... .. 2252-1 L R Hodge ... ............. S 210 ft of E 210 f Of SWA Lot 10 ........ ........... 6399-10 E E 4 Clara Clin. ........ 22.1.
711 BRa Jean Sanders. 47.80R Lot 5 Bk 42 .. ............ 2252-5 T G Hicks ...... ....... 43.52 Of SE'. 28 10 IS, ...... 4524-1 C T 52.6 Lot 16 ........... ....... 6399-16 G D 4 Virginia Brlttain ...... 34.9
Lot 4 Bk 1 .'1.Wi Virginia. .. .. ... 1355N Lots 4 5 Bk 44 .............. 2254-4 C A i Betty Rogers ,..,...... 9.1 SWA of NWU, 31, 10 IS. 43 .. 4547 Elizabeth K Duke 2.1 Lot 26 ....................... 6399-26 K D 4 Evelene White ....... 22.11
of Lot Bk 107 C Harris ... Lots 3 4 3 6 Bk 55 ........ 2262-3 Abner Joe .. ..... ........... 1.nHIPPERS EV* of WVi of SW. of NEVi, Lot 3 .................... 63.3 R D a Erma Prevat ....... 39.24
N 50 ft Of Lot 2 DB 297 pg 20Davis 52.68 AODN PB 32 10 18. 10 .. .. ..... .. 4556 P Span ....................... 29.15 Lot ................ .. 6.9. B H Janis ........ 39.24
S-O of Bk 11] PB '- 875 ,rth American Acceptanc.Corp.. Lot 1 Bk 2 .... ..... ... 2296 Joseph & Arts Darling ........ 13.55 S 792 tt of E 440 tt of NEW PB E-92
.. .. HEIGHT
Lot I Bk 117 .. 912 J P Harris ... .. .. 3. :Lots 2' 10 Bk 2 ........... ..... 2298 Mattie Warmack Heirs ...... 30.69 Of NWA & N 8 chs of NEVi lot 3 ............... 4 Edith Pagnozzl ....... 706.4:

CANNON S-D B K 130 PB A-86 Is 75 f of Lot I Bk 3 ....... ..... 2303 Inez Blair ...... ........ 24.27 of NWA. 3 10 18. 24 .. .. 4564459S Thomas Hunt ............. 40.44 Lot .......... ...... 6400-40 J L 4 Hilda Clark .. ...... 415.6C
N 25 I of Lot 8 Bk 3 ......... 23041 Bessie Williams .... ..... 2.89 NW'of NEt E of Grt. 34 10 Lot 43 ............. 6400-43 J L 4 Hilda Clark ........ 265.93Cornelius

J R & Greene ......... 49.18 Lot Bk 3. .............. 2307 B Goines & F D & Mattie 18. 22 ....... ..... A H Brown Heirs .......... 46.26 Lot C8 ..... ..... 60 a Doris Rain ..... 141
Lots 12 3 Milre .. ............ N 10 chs of E 8 chs of NW'! of N 100ftof S ft of E 140 ft
Herrin 1.55Lot.
. 24.27
N 48 ft of Lot 1 ,. Horne McP/rs.. .. .... .. 103.39 S Bk 4 Tax DB 325 129 .... 2313 Homan ....... ..... 3.8 SE';.. 4 11 l1 .. ... .. .. 4655 F Nattiel .... ... ............ 7.77. of W 3tO ft 26 E'.. Littlewood
Sam Karl j p .
Lots" 3 DB 287 pg 144 ... ...... 1911'SKYLINE
4 Keane
Lot 7 972 Carrie Williams .. ............ 3.2 N 6 2.3 chs of W 12 chs of Est Lot 19, 3 9 t 6401-19 J H Joyce .

Lots 8 f ,n'lPATON Janie Watkins .... ........... Lot 1 Bk 1 .... .. .. .......... 2316 Annie R Stafford ..... ......... 2.89 Of W 210 ft. 4 11 18. 7 .f. 4658 Frank t Ethel Nattiel ........ 23.33 Lot 10 .... ...... ....... 6402-10 W H &Elsie Sears ........ 4S.6t

Lot 2 Bk 1 2317 John Jackson .............. 2.8 N210ftof W210ftofNW': Lot 37 ........ ........ 6402-37 W V Jayne Barkley Sr ....... 4566
ADI 3N PB A.52M.rgaret Robinson .. .... ... 2.89 I Lot 1 Bk 5 Tax DB 325 pg 137 ... 2342 Rose Y Homan .... ........... 5.0 Of SE'.411 111 4458-1 Sam It Llllie Nattiel ....... 63 Lot 3 ....... ........... 62.3 Coy 4 Helen Thomas .. .... 389.94
Lot 4 Bk 3 less E SO ft 1008 985 Rose Y Homan 2.89 Lot I Bk 6 .. ... ... ... 2349 Susie Curry .. ................ 5.0 Lot 7 8 Bk 1 les N 105 ft of Lot ............ .. Alvaro 4 Eugenia Aguirre ..... 11.6
Lot 3 Bk 12 Tax.DB 319 pg 7 1034 K 4 Emma oti. :::::::::::::::: 502.I W LOS f of & Lots 1 2kI21u MADISON PARK PB F-3
Lot 1 Bk 19 CHAPMAN-WHITE ADDN PB A-95 Place PB A-7V1 Lot 6 ... . 4410-6 E L 4 Olive Barren ... 193.21
..... ..... 24.27 e .. .. .. ..
Lot 6 Bk 19 1038 F & Pauline Jordan Lot 2 Bk 2 ............. .. 2401.2 Paul 81 Christine Mack ......... 3.6lo : 5 .- Conroy Heirs & Ellsworth ...... 32.49 lot 21 ..................... 6410-21 Bil. 4 Helen Dyson ......... 3.1:

FOSTER t I ADDN PB A-52 9 Bk 3 .. ................ 2402-9 J W Henders ............... .2.89 N'. 1 & NV' of Lot 2 4702 Lot 52 ............ .... 6410-52 4 Dortha Hunnicut...... .-
a Janie Watkins ................... 7 Bi 5 .. .. ........... 2404-7 ... ... ........ 2.89 4 Lots 17 31 32 PB A-10, Lot 7 .... .. ... ... 6410-79 G L 4 Anne .. ....... 17.6
Lot 1 Bk 143 1064 289 Lots 6 Bk 6 ........ ... 240s Leatha M Jones ............... 41.38 15 11 18, 60 . ... .. 4747 H B & Rachel Standridge Sr ... 40.44 Lot Westvilla PB F-12 .... 4411-2 S D 4 Dorothy Camber ... 9.1
Lot bein the W 5 ft of the Lots 9 a 10 Bk 4 ..... ...... 2405 M H Hicks .. .:................. 7.1 Lots 4 to 9 Bk Tax DB 325- Lot 9 Westvilla PB F-12 .. .. 4411-9 T J 4 Margaret McCarthy Sr .. .

E Bk 144 f of the 100 5-f of of Lot 6 Bk 7 ...... ...... 24 M H Hicks ...................... 2.8 131 Archer lsLP B-42 .. 4777-1 Rose Y Homan ......."....... 3.4 Lot per OR 190-219, 3 9 19 .. 61.3 0 L &Elsie Gordon ......... 15.6

Lots 1 & 4 Unreorde. 1047-5 James Williams Jr .......... S'/i of Lot 3 Bk 10 J D Hodges Lots 4 i- 7.. Archer. Hills I Jennie Cole ... ..... 3.49 MASON MANOR NO 1 PB E-30
the W of the N 41.01 Addn PB A-87 .... ..... 247031m Abner Jones ................... 3.49 PB 4777-2
Lot 6 being 5 I I Lots 1 5 Bk B Tax DB 325- : Lot 19 W F 4 Betty Osborn ........ .
St of RR 61
S J&SW 8. 8th St 162
100 ft of Bk Unreorde F W Washington ............. 10.51 133 a Addn PB A-132 .. .. 4839 Rose Y Homan .. ........ .. 7.77 Lots 4 7 less W 1 of Lot 7 Bk
Lots 1 4 6 10674N N of C Street J D Hodges : J 8 Cora Facen ... .......... 30.69 f
S-D 5 of ft of E 50 ft ot Lot 5 Addn PB A-87 .. .. 2472 Abner Jones ................ 4.09NW'.v Lot Lot 1 S-D S-D PB PB A-127 D-3 ........ .4880-15. 4888 C H< & Ruth Martin............. 1013117of 5 University Park PB B-41-75 62J W a Grace Fordyce ........ 265

147 . .1100 ..... ....... of SW',4 less NW'i of
Abner Jones 3.49 ANNIS TERRACE
... NW'A Of SWV4, 8 10 17 30 .. 2525-1 E H Joyce Taylor ............ 31.29 S N 625 ft of E 210 .. .. PB D-10
E ft of S 50 of Lot S NEof J M 81 Mary Gordon .
5 f NW'i of NW' of SWA less N ft 17 II 18 .5015.3W50ftofE169ftof .. 3.1 I Lot 24 .... . 4446-24 W Adklson 4 H L Bass ...... 167.5<

147 .. 1110 1101 Arizona Williams Heirs ......... 14.15 210 ft of E 220 8 10 17 9 25252I E H 1 Joyce Taylor ...... ... 1105 S90 :Lot 14 Palm Terrace PB C-60 6147.1M W Cheney ............. 159.00Reserved
Lot 4 Bk 149 Pedro Wilson .. .............. 28.55 f ft of NE'A of NWA of NEU cor Bk 1 less E
I acre sq In cor of SW'i 12 f
Lot 10 Bk .150 Pinecrest S-D.PB of SW'.. 8 10 17. 1 2527 Abner Jones ................. 3.49 4W396ftof51 ofNEof Hibiscus Park PB B-35 643 H L 4 Alice Llndsey ..,,--.. .. 33.4
A.I4 1117 S 4 Barbara Pugh .......... ... 3.49Eunice I Lots 47 Bk 2 Grant Park NWVi of NENE4 of E 6 ft of Lot 12 Bk 2 Hibiscus

crest 11 S 1 PB 13 14 A-144 Bk 151.Pin PB C-8 4 ... .. 2551 H L Black ..................... 3.49 NE' of NW' les S 420 f of Park PB B-35 644912-1 H A Kelley .......:........ 5.4:
Gassett Lizzie Smith .... .... Lot 20 Golfvlew Estate PBB88
Lot 2 Bk 16. 12 Abner Jones .::::::::::::::::::. Z: : I NWof NW'i, 18 10 17. 40. 2587 Mack Brown ............. ..... 30.69 W E 105 210 ft I of 17 E 1 1 1 of S 5054 16.5 4460-20 Fordyce Associates Inc ....

Lot 3 Bk Ti De OR 17-375 114S Mar R Jones ........ ..... 1.9' I Lots 15 to 19 Incl Bk 7 a ft of SE' Of NWU Of 10, Lots 115 116 Golfview Estate 18.9

Bk 16 as per pg 290 11S8 Estate .............. 2.1 5 6 Bk 9 Tax DB 17 18 ... 5065-2 Eugene & Roberta Campbell .7 PB B-88 -15 G Davis .............. '116
E I of W 42'!' ft of N 126 pg 13 Hal Mo PB A-166 2641 Rose Y Homan ....... 4.09 1 1 in NE cor of NEU of Lot 101-Golf Club PB H"e

I of Bk 4 Rg 106 317 P SE'. 17 40 .. 2682 Elizabeth K Duke ... .. 22.13 5E'.. 18 18. 1 ... .. 5094 J Coo VI .. ............. 3.4 4484-101 Gus Andy .._ 24944
310 S C Moore Addn PB .. 1178-1 Rose Y Homan ............ ... 40:SI'.i of NE'i of NW', 8 117.20. 27C4ITJ J W & Janie Farnsworth ....... 7.17 N 100 ft 1 S ft Of E L"l Scrafford PI.t PB F26467.1 H J 4 :.:.: .:. 40.62
E'' of NW'. of Lot 2 Bk 4 Rg of NEVi, 8 11 17. ... ... 2705 J W 81 Janie Farnsworth ... 24.27 ft of that part 10 NE'A of 10 151.3 ft of Newberry Hiway as

1 Tax DB 319 P S S C MooreAddn I Eh Of NWU, 1 1 17. 80 .. .. 2714 Alachua-Volusia Investment Co. 3.6 W of hiway 20 18 . 5105-3 Hazel. G Penny .... ........... '7.' DB 353 pg 164. 2 10 19 6503-5 N H 4 Kathlyn Fleischer .... 14248
PB -. .1180 Rose Y Homan ..... .......... '.3 I MV' of NEt of River, 3 N 2CO tt of S 1 ft of E 150 pr 16 Bk B Anglewood ReplatPB .

6 18. 62 ... 2737 Taylor Simmons ..... ..76.2 ft of that part of NE'A of NE!. D.8 .. ., 6528-16 E 4 Sophie Fisher ......... 112.55
3-8-17 O E WHETTOtBls E ADDN PB A44'1Margie N 210 yds of E 140 yds. 10 7 W of Rd. 20 11 18 .. .. 5105-5 Queen E Penny ................ 4.23 Lot 3 Terrace PB I
1/. 4 ....... ........... 2825 Ruby Blanton .............. 54.82 N 6ft E 216 Of NVi Of E-4J O.kla. . 6533-3 W R 4 Henderson .... 22). $
37 38 39 5. 1310 P Trowell 22.13L i EVj of SW' of NW'i. 16 7 18. 20 2854 A Jackson ...................... 135 SE'A o SW\. I NWU. 21 Lot 10 Bk G Fletcher Hgts No Wile

2 Bk 47 13J4 W & Myrtle Thomas .......... 41.33 lot 13 Bk 7 High Springs Manor 11 18 5137-1 Hazel G Penny ..... ........ 1 PB E-44 ..... ... ... 6534-10 J E Elizabeth Wood.. ... In.4
lot 3 Bk 4 1327-2 Abner Jones ................ 2.8 PB B-71 . . . . . 2924 N A Gilbert ...................... 3.491 t S 50 ft -, "3 4.o S413 tt of E 361J tt of Sec 3 &

Vm of 3 Bk 5 Tax DB ..5" of NE' N of old hlway less Winecoff o'w"i2"it' .... .. 5141 R L & Margaret Williams .... 4.12I less Lot 26 4 S 148.7 f of W
31 pg 1 1332 Rose Y Homan .............. X49 W tt 8 W 2-3 of S'/i 0'HE' 497.54 of Sec 10 19
f 2
2 Bk S .... . .1316 RIley 4 Mattie Sheffield .......... 24.27 ,10 bete old 8. new hl- 11...... .. .... .. .0.'c__._ "vm..._ .. .. .. u.
Lot 6 Bk A Futcl.yto Add ways ft of new hiway I WILLIAM SAMS S-D PB A.12 Lot 10 Seville Hgts 1 OR '5

PB A-1M 1369 F Coleman ...... ............ 59.0 DB 358-349 130 SE'A S RR 260 6517.10 J J 4 Mary Mixson 69.69N144ftofE141ftofSWYIof
Lots 1 2 3 Bk H DB 325-127 less W 428 ft. 7 8 18, 3035 J Alta Cain 47.91 0 S'of Lot 9 less R-W DB

FutChlayto Ad PB A-124 1372 Rose Y. Homan ................. 149 ,V 100 tt of S'/t of NE:between A. 350-124 .. . 5143 Mabel R Handy Heirs . 22.7 I SE' of NW!:. 3 10 I 4558-1 Sam 4 Anna Graham ...... 1.0
Co seti house new & old 7 Lot 14 .. .. .. . 516 V Brown Jr .. .. .. 2.r 110, per OR 1414 4 10
S ot ACL RR r 3 deg 8 18 hlway. 3035-3 J A 8 Alta Cain 15..65 W 12 tt of Lot 2 22 11 IS. 25 J 8. Rlvanda Pierce ..... .... 28.5.i 19.ares .. 6653J w Dunwody Jr 99.71
W 744 ft to J. B Brown lie I Lit 31 Santa Fe Hills PB 3043-31 W R Mary Seville ......... 22.4: 3 15 In Grt less R-W W 14 chs of E chs of Lot
E 554 ft N 3de E 196 .ots 23 Bk 7 OB 18 i' a 2 11 18. 29 ., 5181 Dubols 8 Doris Grim .. 1.8 2 PB A-10 9 27.12 I. 16 4475 J A .Ernestine Taylor Sr 9
N3de E2nl N6cWA Alachua ea Addn PB acre sq of Lot 1 In Grant. W'. of Lot 7 less f R-W 4

ls or A-100 10 8 r.C .. .. Son Helen" Rosa L Sih 4 22 11 11. 1 ....... ... 5183-1 C S 81 Gladys Loworn ....... 43.1 i l R-W fo E-W aces 5 Road
& Williams & I MV* of SWVi of S of Alachua Lots 11 12 13 Bk 7 Archer Hgts A10. 19. 4678 Charles Clifton Jr ..,, :.... '7.$
LESS 3 Stroble S-D 4 LaCros Rd DB No 2 PB C-3 .n...... 5205 A E Barbee ...................... 3.4, S210ftofE240NOW'5. .w.
les lly 315 ft of N-ly 4 ft. less lot OR les 15-124 4 33 Bk 8 Archer Hgts No. 2 of SEU of SEU, 10 10 19, 1 4487-3 Mid State Homes .,...:.. 5.6
1379 Abner Jones ...........?....... 12J7 & 84 pg less les OR PB C-3 .............. 5206 A Miller .................... 341 I S 'ft of Lot 8 as per OR ln.
Co at Itel of Lbr. 84-545 8. 5 a as per OR N '.24 chs of NE' o NE'A 2.1 Sweat S-D Lot 2 DB

4 1t run 6' .918 & less les L per OR less RR-W. 3 II 18 ...,...5241 J H Weatherspoon .............. 4.11SE :I 237.In.5 1 10 19, XS .. 4700 Elsie Williams Heir 6.4
deg E 750 S 27' deg 1112 & less Lot as per OR 1 acre sq o that part of Lo N S315ftofE210fta
3 ft to POB S 2'J df W 460 & Lot OR 136-308, 3 N of Rl per OR 13 f X 11 10 19 4709-2 E MWs ...... ... 12.05
t S 42'' de E N 27 1 8 18. 'les. 3129 Charlie & Mable Frazier ........ 31.21 34 11 18, .,... .. ... 5270-3 W J &Ethel Robinson ?....... 51.1 I S 15 chs of N 3 chs of E 6.3 Mar
c E N 62V* d 1 ft on hlway per OR ii W210ftalongRR-WofE120 Chs Lot 10 19.

ft to POB & less 110 ".12. 8 a . 3129-3 CO & Frank! Whitfieid ...... 44.1J f along RR-W of S 210 tt of o. 3. 1. . 672 Isabelle Campbell Heirs 4 Rebecca
tt of W 80 f 3 8 1. .. 13 '-1 Jon t Sara Roberts .......... 1.&l 1 1. Gardens PB tat par Lot 3 N of RR-W. S .4 of N 57 chs of 3 Langhorn 25.42
.ts o
Lot as per 12.%3 8 1 .. 1379-3 Edwards .. ........ 52.c -69 1 . President I Edith ......... 7.73 II ... ....... 5270-4 Leroy S. Rosa Robinson Jr ..... 58.1 less( 210 ft of W Lt ft,
lot a p OR 3 8 1 17 Leona C Jenkins .............. 6.6 Lot 97 Lincoln Gardens PB 3131.1 M.e W 4914 of E 1980 ft Of S II 10 19. 6 672 Isabelle Campbell Heirs Rebecca
Lot as OR 128-94. 8 J W &Janie Hall ............. 'f' E-40 .. Joseph & Nettie Harris 35J 549.7ftaNCaNW'.35it N 210 ft of S 1980 ft W 210 f Langftom 59.6C
Com 5 ft E ot NE co of Bk 1 Corn 28 tt N of SW cor of 311.f 18, 6.29 520-4 James Ron ................ ".O Of Lot X II 10 19. 1 o.. .. 4712-2 Andy 4 Washington .. IS 44
Rg Moore Addn run E 80 \ NWU NE on paved rd Tat pr S of Rier. 30 6 19, r* 5293 Abner Jos 5.O S150ftofN300ftOfE2COHof Jopi
I S110ftW10ftN110f. ft NWU W River W 225 ft 7. 10
8 17 1379-7 John &Sara Roberts .......... M.54 W ln SW-Jy of Eli on of grad NW' S rd 880 to 3 '7 if. 4SEU & o. .. 53C1 Abner Jones ........,.......... 14.13 19Com ... .o. ''L' .1... 4743-2 Carl Rose .............. ... 1051
Com at SW cor of sec house lot ft FOB less ef NE\I less R W. 420 tt N of SW cor Lot 4 '
R-W. 12 8 0
S ef ACL RR "SE 480 n 18..3 8 7 19. ._ -_ ... 5338 L R Mott ....................... N21OftE210ftS210ftW210ft
par wilt RR t NE cot of That part of NX, of Gov 'Let 311 Thomas L Edna Mcr. ...... 2" EY of SE'A less RR-W 8 7 :. as per 08 10 .

lt SW O Strb E N&WofSALRR&N 3 1. 74 .. . ... ... .. ... 5344 Thelma M Preston ............, 1.1 19. 1 47. .1.. 4752 S 4 Fannie Knight ...?.1.... 1.1

line NW 345 I to NE beg 87 ft SC ft E tf Gradedroad, 1. 1 31-1 Abner ........ .. .. SW. of NW'4 W o. RI 9.. 7.. 5345 L R ... ...... ., Lot as p DB 32 12 10
13 13 That part of SW'. '.. i Jo 40 34 .. . .. M ., ,2101SW' 19. 7 4757-3 J A .Barbara Borreft ....;.. 1J7C
ft to also com at SW ** o SRD :
b co % ; that part ot SEU of of SWU. W U .
of Yok Beard lot run S fij'r: lyin between SAL R-W NWU 9 7 if. 3 .. o 5350 Thelma I Preston .............. s.44, at NW Napier Grt N 84 : .
degW63ftS63digE132ftN ACL R-W less old & V SE' ef NW. less R-W & Eof \ IS c 59J tt to POBN _
30 de E 63 ft H 64 dee- f R.W. .SW.. 7 19. 114 5442 J Wilson Heirs ..... ...... 33 deg 30 W 341 N !
16.1 -
31fn ...
1 Abnr Jones .. ** mi
W 132 being 454StrobJes !.Vw ; -
Lot N 210 ft of EH : 3 acres In SE cor ef NEU 0 57 deg 45 min 300 f 1 .. .
Quarters. 171300 VS Sim...:. ........::.. :. 35.15 I .. DB 42 deg minE10.2 S 1 .. .. .
Com S 27 deg W t6V ft from .1 ; MSOS'w ? 1.of NE'. 31 2 J M L Christine Thomas ,.. 9.16 2SE.1lfas3' P. 5457 E McGbmls 4 T Smith & G deg 3 W 182 to .
SW corofBk20EWhetistab. o 12.6 I o S 140 ef E NWU Banks 4 I Howard Trustee 1 ml I of mi .. ..
HW'.' ..... ....... 10d o % less SW s
M Kite .
Addn run S 27V deg .W E Of W ft ef N 31 Oli 2.0 o SWA. 26 7 5461 Collies Porter ? ....... 247 min W 8X25 .
14 I tra 3 de
E123ftN2745deg E 4
48 NEW NEU less R-W .
4JU I W US f to beg3317. ,. '. IS. o. NWVi. 14 IS0 N o W ft. W I N 63 c 3 m

.. ..... i39l. .GW T Wrih...?..?. ... ...- 5.19 N21ofto9E 218 ft NWU 3215-1 Thomas &Theresa Meeks .. _... 62 U71.20 4 f o 3 5475 RHi Barbara Turner Jr ...... n.jS497 E 151 f S deg 3 5 mi .
2U f
Com at Iteei o N line of of NWU NWA DB 0 t That of WV* of SWU lying 115 S 37 "I W .
SEU of o 32 par old Worthington f 6 Q 18 4779 L H 4 Eloise ....:..,.,.. 11487ROBBINSWCCD
Magnolia S1 wilt.rru'sGS' 27 14 1 1* 3225 R E 8. Mayola Brown ............ 36.16 t Springs Road & Gai 27. f t PB. I Wai ., -

deg W 210 I S 42*. deg E'210f SDi-Il PB E-69 .

N 27 d E 210 tt .N 42U COLLEGE HEIGHTS PB B-S7. I wil WonlC DB 160-414 Let 3 Bk B 6713 Terry 4 Bo Wlngo ?........
d W to beg 3 8 17 1398 Ellis N Webster Heir ...... 27 1 19. SL ._ .. J& Mildred .Harris ...?. I". $E'k 14 10 S2D ,
SouthsMe T err 1.3 l0 Bk A ......... Walter Elsie ... 39.24 ,1 o 0 "W,1
E.n 1 -i 31 & Md 'lOOftNlSbyXaftEL 19. ..... 6798 J Alexander Heirs ._..:...:. 82.41
75B .... .... .. ... 14-1' Modem Hoe Construction C.. lots. 3 Bk A.............. 33 Jerafct Willie 24.41 W in SWU 1353 ft w'4"420"ft"S NE .. .-.- uc
1 M 16 NEo a p C o
Lots 142 16 Southsld Tire : C .... Investments Manatee DB 40 part SEU S W '
E-7S-7SB 1408-142 Ray .Mary Spence ...;..... 5.6 316 _. .0.... C 30.69 I to Betnea Brawn, 27 7 las.. jytf LaCrosse Growers Inc jl.._..., tang ef RR-W S 6 c E .. >.
Lots 54 7 Bk D 3236-S Roland' &Barbara King Jr ._... 4566'BJ10rt Cpm *t & M u 452 tt N U POB U 19, ;
\ 0 L 18 19 20 .21 Church c 0 4.14 .1 1001 E Aline CiC..;; .. 298.24
Lots at per DB S3 t DB S*. k G :1. B & Annie Johnson ............. 5 l O J H Wrights t Com at of property ..'"
558 tot DB la S Bk H Abner ... I li N cor a '
Js a p 11. ... .. 21 road S Church OR thence S .
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DB WELLS ADDN PB C-79 p pr *.
& ls lot W NW f min < .
11ls DB 213-493 Ll.h1013 17 8k .............. 3264 Carrie M Welctt He.......... ,Jl S to beg DB cor o 0 deg s 4 E 10 299.1 3 ? ..

"S DB .t 3 4 Bk 3 ........... 32M Annie B .......... 31.13 l 719 ... 1_. .P..11.? J W & Harris .. ...... 18J7 h 3 mi min 34 ecE .. .
270-148 3 8 17 NE .. 1414 Llel Cannon ................ Lot l *10 Bk 8t 3' ........................ 3 R L 8 Rheta WilHngham 3.89 SWU o NEVi l 2 ae m M 394.8 ftN8deg59mln4secW : "
tt S of 16 .:.
Com M c Str Rheu J 39.24 SW min -
0 981.24 ft S 57
bles Quarters run La. 1* Bk J ......,... ..._ 3284 M H HI Wlli. 2J! side.c 7 l 1. 37 I. R.. 0. .. 5537 I H & Barbara Turner Jr ....... 6142 see W 349J ft d S min 5

75 17 ft .I132ftNiSf.3S... .. ...; .. 1421 J Jones .... .. L.i 8 1 18 2 39 41 4 LEROY 40. ADON PB SE'.7 ef less 2 I RRWI. _.. 5543. J W Mildred sec W 338.97 ft : POD: ; '.. .
SW% ... ............... 4." *4 4 2 19. 1. Harris ...... K87 5 deg 5 mbi 54 '
SW 1 aero I o NWVi 0 6 6 6 6 6 6. 316 Church o G by Faith 29.15 part tying S 10 11.1' 4801-4 ,"
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C 746 Lot.* 1 .-.,.... 31.1 Iet Hl 54J2 f. ... 5456 J W .Mildred Harris ......_... 1-75, IS 18 19 m 0 4815 J Wel&Sa ..I.. ... 10.1
Of NW'A Of SW! 4 8 17. 5 1453-IQ 64.1110 8 Bartlett .......... LMidState ... J1.,2 PrtftCt Ja 43J2 ;Ski 45. Addn LaCrosse 4 ttefS834ftefE420ft -.

N 10A I ef E '0 ft of SWU of 56 l?L Church b Faith j2.e$ I 2 1 1.W.y .. .. 5557 JW 8. MBdrad H.r ......_.. 0 SE!. 0 SWU 16 18 19.2 64 G &Tiny W.b........ ..n.. .M-44
NEVi. 1 8 17 . 1470-1 Hama 2 J 2 3316-24 Abner : J.O .l
Tract.F. 10 8 17 141 W J .Ai In, :::::::::: .1::: O. 3316-44 Nolan a Robinson .-... st 34-7-19 ORIG LACROSSE ..RE DON DA PARK PB B-81 t

N 2 ft. -of Lot 164.. 5tl1. 1489-244 Duke .McCall .wives .:.. 31.2+ i Lola Bk 141 DOWNING AODN PB C-79-79C N Sk 30 H I l 4 t.S si .. JJ81 SS7J J R w H &8 Barbara Mildred Turner Harm Jr............. '.3{ Let 3 Ie A ....... .... .. 4461-3 Marilyn E Gray .... ....,,.. 114
Lois JO J! 32 Bk 9 Tala :et ,1S'k 4 "* Ante Campbell .......... ': o, 10 less C 455 Lot 4 Bk A .. .. 6861-4 fw.1 R Jaques ......__...'289 .

Hgts No I PB "1"4 ........ JS39 Mildred S Bele ........ ..... 14l E' .. 52 Wooley Aodn PB 53 1 ftof N210ftofSE'.aNE'. Let 21 2 Bk D .... 6841-4 liyContinued ....._...... 5-03 .'
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(Continued from Page 14)) DESCRIPTION CODE NAME SCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNTS Tuesday. May 26. 1964 Gainesville Sun 15

DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNTN Lot 2 Bk 10 ............... 17.2 J D 4 Ruth Poteet ............ 2845. 10 ft of N 248 ft of W 310 DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AMOUNTBk
Lot 96 Less W ft oNN17050ft

Li 17 18 Bk 11 ............. 8880-17 W 4 Ham Jr _........ 12.0 ft .............12........ 11325 Ler'l .... 11.7 F Hancock ......
6ft ef NEVi W ef Rd 8k12 Forest Park Dee of E ft of Lot 101 ...11136-2 Ro'Malpur....... 7.3Lt I Rg 7 W of Branch .. .. 14786 Kay .... ..... 5.6
less N 296.4 n of NEVi. 21 10 8' K M ........... / WW ef Let 51 Porter Survey
.. .,. ...... 8960 56.94 NEW PB A-65
15-31X27""of*..'....... ..... 6866 Ernest Sheffield .................. S.16 Lot 11 C-45 less part as per OR101.321Forest M WI.m 14 Bk 1 Replat Bks 1 2 GAINESVILLE PB A-67 --. ---- --. ---. -... 14878 Ruby H. KJIIInger .......... 163.86C140ttofLot26.astrip

S N 2305.44 "ft"of N E' .Farms C46 .... 11363 Willie 4 Annie Williams ........ 7.77 of

.4 _W%of Rd 21 10 19.6 'Eit.t... 68695K J D 4 Betty Adamson .......... 22.73 PB ..P.r............... .61 j A 4 Marian McNellts' ....... 17X02 82 Bk 2" i"Bk I Iln2UftE&WbNb

of Lot 7 Arredonda Lot 7 Pine- & C46 .....P.............. 11372 Edna S Williams .............. S.63
PB E44 ,, .., .... Ce by S Line of Lot 2
4878-7 H H 4 Betty Bramlett ...... 129.65tates
......... Bernice ex
PB E-64 1966-7 .
W ; .- E S 4 Haney .... 315.19
of Lot f Arredonda Es ... .................. 11.45 East Leonard 5-D Lt 5 .
Lot 4 ..... .... .. .....
Bk 7 11423
PB 44 ............... 878-f He. Doris Terrell ............ 125.31 Lot as per .DB 262-476 3 Lois Leis PB A-44 .. .. .. .. ... .. 14942 j L Ruby Sanders ........ .
Corn at VI ml f, 20 .. .... ........ ?..... 8984 H J 4 Miriam ...... lots 1111213 aWS114 tt Let Bk ,71
post on E line runN12chsW1244cMS12 I Dupl 27 .. E 4 Lena Boater ........... 1 1 Hgts
Lot Bk 12 .. .. .. 11476 W' II
ORMAN LEIGH EST PB E-49 1 ... ...
o PB A-115 14961 R D 4 Martha Minerd .........
chs E 12W chs to beg. 21 10 All less lots sold ................. '0 0 0 4 Louise Mills ............ 693.60 4 Edna Williams ...... 116.23 Let I6S4oE10fIofLotS 10.2
L'", 15 ..... 6900 T J 6 Helen Davis ............. 51.74 I L 8 ...................... H C 4 Peggy Baker "......... 107.67 N's Of Lot 7 Bk 14 11491W J C Bk 2 ugh PB

as per OR 160.330a pcr OR Lo 10 .......................... 9004-10 C" Betty McKinney .......... 120J1 S of 7 Bk .. j C 4 Edna Williams ........... 64.90 A-115 Wasito. -.. 14965 Ruby H Kllllnger ........... 27.61
161-585, 21 10 If ... 6904-4 WI" Ruby Richardson .. ....... 47.64 17 ...... ........., M04-17 0 0 4 Louise Anis ......... 231.70 N 120 Lt W 1 Of Bk. 16 .. .141 Lottie Lewis ............ 4342 S 220 ft of W 11 f of Lot
Let per OR 161-150 21 10.W. 69044 Simon 4 Ellenor Richardson .... "..11i Lot 18 ......................... 9004-11 0 0 4 Louisa .......... 176.10 6 11S33 A Duval Heir......... ., 15.72 30 Less S 10 ft City Spencer
6 Bk 21 -
Tract as per DB 168-225 less lot S Bk 14 11545-1 W 4 Helen Hunt ...:.,::::::: 111.93 Replat DB J-4 ... 15175 P W 4 Page Peck Jr .......... 3.1
as per OB 245-177 4 less lot as Lot 25 ..... ..... f004-JS 0 0 4 Louis Annis ........... 321 Jl t : W50ttofLot36. Lot4BkF

per DB 255-900, 2} It 1-, 2521", *0fLot T J t Helen Davis ............. 245.73 L 32 less W 20 I ............ 9004-32 0 0 4 Louise Annis ....?.... 3.6 14 17 Lot 18 19 14 Bk.2 less N 11556 R C Raines ......... Westfield PB A-67- .... ... 15234 H L Carter ................. 2.0
as per OB 310 pg Lt 55 ......................... 9004-55 0 0 4 Louise Amis ......... 2.7 Mell 2 EO 30 ft of Lot 4 DB 298-156
J 10 If ............. ............ 6948 Oscar it Ollie Davis .............. 27.01 L'f 10 7 8 ft 4 ofLot176.Lots E 10ftof Lot Lot 5 Bk 3 Forest ParkReplat
to Lets 20 21 +sperDB 327.250 I Newberry 418.15 PB C48 .. 15257 F D 4 Upchurch Jr .. 444.74
4 Evelyn
C T ----- ---- Min
Rlcelands PB D-74 .............. 6f73 W C & Lucille Cushman ......... 35.56 Lot 54 ...... ................. 9004-M D W 4 Sharon Prie....... 2.7 24 11560 Lloyd 4 Mary Hales .....::::::. 22.13
Com 246X42 ft W 4 24 chs S of Lot 64 ....................... t M.r E ...... 2.74 Lots 5 10 Bk 31 11586 Rose Y. Homan 5.03Lot
t NE cor W 10.03 chs N 4 chsCom Lot 68 .... .. ...,........ ,0 4 Marlon Greene........ ..0 Lot 11 Bk 34 11645 11616 W E Hunt ----.:::::::::::::::: 86.29 Lots 124 part of Lot t as per

E 1 .03chSE6a12 ths10Sif 6NE ". 4976 Reuben Mims ................... 53.28 Lot Bk B Walter Baynard 4 Bk 42 ... CJ 4 Mildred Bush ,.. ... 1 DB Murrey Hill CourtBegPBatQ16NE
1 ; S J | PB E ....... ...... 9015-5 H W & Erma Cobb' ............ 11235FLORIDA Lots S6lBkp. -S'Cf 11654-5 33 15432 .
: cor ot Lot 1 Barden Plat DB PARK NO 4 PB QSE111.37ffoW335.61ftofBk That part of ki Ave w" R D 4 Martha Minerd .,.....,. 228.62
I 1-57 E 296 ft S 396 ft W 296 ft S ln of South St 4 E
N 396 ft to PCB 27 10 19, of Li of Bk 47 4 W 5 t S en E line 252X3 ft N 85 d
of Lot 4 2 Bk 47 S min W 355 ft to Int
2.7 69S1 Nancy DeBose 4 B McCray .... 35.23I" 4 4 tract N of 8S of L p
E 12 ch"sof"L"dfYs"BYnks"Survey sm 362 11670 University City El Lodge 52 I N 85 deg 5 min 473 ft
N line of SRD Drainage easement / No 1211 ..... .... .. 127.18 55 min E 526 ft S
Sec 28 OB 1-57, 28 10 19, d 1
.. .. 9138-3 0 4 Mary ......... 40447
E 429
$E-ty 12 '6'2'3' chs" of Lot'3"Banks 7020 George Fair ..................... 23.33 Lot as 4 per 4 Pr of Lot Snow 7 Bk S-D C S Reier NI W of Let 1 C-14 Bk A.Lke.y 11705 Lillie B White ................. 46.26. pr d DB 167.16 Clinch ft to Gr b PINg

Survey In Sec 21 DB 1-57, 28 I Unit 1 PB 98S........... Carlie Laskey......... 13443 S GIovs Lots 236 N 18 ft Lot I. 'Lot 15498 T J & Helen Davis ............
. 10 19 4.7 ..' .. ." 7035 Joseph Duncan .................. 14.75 941 HI" 25W ft of L 12 4 Ni' 4 19 4 SWW 311
Part ; Lots 7 8 .s P r B"j;- GLENNWOOD PB B-27 ft of Lot 2 Addn
348 Smithers Survey PB A- 'Lot 7 Bk 3 ............... ... 9253-7 W S 4 Martha Wis ......... 45.66 Groves PB 1 C-14 .Lakeay 11717 W P 4 Shirley Gibson ...........9.3 C -Listo -- 15520
113 S of RR 4 N of e line 'I Lot' Bk 5 ................. 9256-6 L E 4 Lois Jos ............ 15.72 Lot 2 Bk 6 Waits S-D PB 1.14.. 11800 Susie White ..... ........ ..Lot 4 : 3 niv' rli"i'ic s" Dorothy L King ............ 10.51

from NE to SW cor of Sec 26 Lt 4 Bk f Waits S-D PB 1.14. 11805 Nina Edwards ............... PB B-96 ---' 1SM.r A Roth ................ .
10 19, 5 .............. ... .... 7048 Ed Kelley....................... 45.92 E20ftofLots 74- Bk F Lot as per DB 2w.i.Lot ., 31.2
I EW of NEVi of NWVi less R-W Pie Parl PB B-99 ........ 9333-1 A D 4 Janet Fagan ............. '.t GOODMANS ADDN PB A-21W per tBI 290-153. P W 4 Joys Duke ........ ...
) 4 SW of NWVi less R-W 4 Bk C Ingleside Lot 7 Bk C ..- ... .. .. ... 11840 V Barber .... ............. 13.5 S wv t com at A stk S s15n 10.0

I SWVi of NEVi, 31 1019.140 7080 C S & Ruby Rose Sr ............ 284.22 PB C-2 .. .. 9356-7 J L 4 Ruby Sanders .......... 912.30 Lots 8 23 Bk C ". 11841 V Barber :: deg W 210 I fro SW cor
1: Lots I 12 Bk G 4 In Sec 30, Lot 32 Spring Park No 2 Lots 19 20 21 22 24 26 Bk C 11851 i 4 Edelphia Barber ... 240.25 Duncan run S 36
Community Park, 31 10 19 7084 A K Beatty ........................ 5.63 PB C-92 .. . 9441-1 A 4 Felicia Druash ........... 22.73 Lots 1 1 Bk D 2 ROBERTSON ADDnD8 Edelpia .. 10.3 deg E210HSS4degWllOftN
W'... of NWW of NEW less E J 1 BAILEY ESTATE DB K203NLot1S2ffofE99.16ttof DOIG N3 3 deg W 210 I N S deg

144 yds N of hlway 4 less 120 Lot Bk 1 Rg 1 ......... 1'872 S W 4 Lena Wilson ........., 86.29. E as210 8, 10, 20 15681ot
tt RR-W. 31 10 19, 16 .. . .. 7087 C S & Ruby Rose Sr ....,..... 34.03 9 ..... ...... .... 9640 W R 4 Ollie Carter 12.6 S ft of Lots 3 4 Thomas p" DB 272-291"i"i..i' Gainesville Development Co 31.55
10 ..
WW NWVi, .. . S60ftofW33ftofLotlia .. 11975 Jr .. .. .? 3.73S per 8, 10, 15682
Of A4S
32 10 19 80 7098-1 J H & Virginia Hudson .......... 77.73 S Bk 4 Rg 2 PB Byron Reb P W 4 Joyce Dukt ............
NEVi of SEVi 4 EW of NWVi S 60 ftof Lot 12 less R-W ft of Lots 27 28 Thomas S W of SEVi of Warren 2M'lsSr" 125

r of SEVi, 32 10 19.6..... .. .. 7099-1 JC Taylor ...................... 56.94 Jenkins S-D of NW of Lot 11 9653 W A 4 Ruby Barnes 10.3 5 Bk4 Rg 2 PB 1191 W H g, Eleanor Robinson Jr .. 10.9 Lot I per DB 99-294
Com 51 chs E of run E S 100 ft of N 550 ft of W 200ft SD W H S-D PB 75 ft S In SE cor to Julia

9.42 chi S 531 chs Wrl.. chs of Lot 1 Bk 12 .. ........... 9673 P M Heckard Sr. ................ 48.4 A.15 20 ------ 15682-1
GAL 3 page .... S W acfscN o J H Campbell .. ..... ......11.11
N chs DB N2112ttof618.2ftof 1 .
as WHIIe Hodge by Colclough
I .. 12051 Ezekiel 4 147
51 113 ........ .
acre as per OB 7 2 Lot 1 Bk 12 ...:................. 9680 W G 4 Helen Busch .......... 3.0 Lots 17 18 Bi B B............ .... 12053 Jenny Hurd Estate ....... 1.7 Sophie Hilton N of Warren
: 10 19. 4 ............ 7113 Emma Washington ............. 39.50Malore S140ftofN414ftofLot16W Lots 21 Missouri 1 NW 10. 20 15682-2
137ftC6Won w
loss Lots sold, Malore Gardens .I of RR Less W 150 of S Lot2Bk0Being RR 12069 Rosa L. Thomas ............... s.1 Parcels 1 2 Osl per Ji &Joyce Duke .......... 14,75

OR 52-104 .... ....... 7136 Gardens Inc ............ 1051.31 50 ft ..... ........ I......... 9787 W W 4 Dorothy Browning ..... 4.7Lt S line i 16. I o DB less parcel to In oi
I 15 Malore Gardens OR 52- 1 Goodman SDB ROPER ADD J.5 127-553 Also 2 parcels

I $;: .. .. ...._..........".. 7136-15 J R Craw 0"", ..............6540AAACKEY \ ... 9792-1 J L 4 Nina Hall ............... .74.04Replat Lotl3BkSRgl lessN110ftef Abner ... 5.S ACL as per OR 127-552 .fr 10
t TRACT OB J-906 of t""zfs' of E 6 ft 4 l S 7 ft of E 75 ft ..12086 JLucflla'wYsh'togton" ...... 20 ',...' 1568S
\ WW o Lot 21, 20 acres ..... .. .. ?JN A E & Miriam Greenfield .....214.M I Bk 1e Lot ...... fE40-l LA" Arlene Whiting .......... 27.01 N O Lt 3 Rg 1 -------12091 LevI 10 1.1 Lot as..per..OR11..1..3, 10, 0 O 4 Louise Annis ........ ''
EV Lot 21, 20 acres ...... Armenia Cassell .............. S50ftofN290ftofE100 S 100 50 ft of Lot 13 Bk 5 .......... 20 15686-1
S 148.5 ft of N t chs of Lo 26 E 3.24I I ft of Lot If ................ .. 9859 R L 4 Sarah Ector ............ 16.1 Rg 1 .... ., ... ...,....... 12104 Susie Dorlnda B Henr Et....A........ 1.7 1'3 Corn a------------------------------l P W 4 Joyce Duke ........ 52.68
of hiway 3.8 acres . 7158 R D & Martha Minerd .......... 431 I HILLS AODN PB A-71 N'-i of L t Bk 4 Rg 3 ..--... 12169 St run S on Main st 226 ft
S143ftofN823ftoiLot26E N 100 ft E 100 ft Of Lot 1 Bk 2 ...... WJy 40 ft St 340 ft to POB
I of hiway .... ... .. . 71Jf J H & Eula Steadham ......... 262.24 W 4 . -. "'83-2 K L 4 Gloria Broyles 34.1 S o
140 ft Of Lot 27 ............. 9905 J I 4 Alene Rivers .......... 4.4Lot Rg -- --- --' ADD PB A-IOIV o St 113 ft W-ly o 40
I S12tofN6ftofLot26 > 3 N of E Boulevard MCDOWALL J Dembek ..... ...... 210.31 St 104 ft N-ly o 40 tt St
7159-1 R D & Martha Minerd ......... 27.9 Lot 1 Highlands PB A- 136 Agnes 134 I Ely on 40 tt St 130 ft to

Lot shewn I not Ilue o Less E 31 ft ...... ........ ffio A K Stringfellow Trustee ...... 50.2 S 20 Of Lot 4 4 N 40 ft Of Lot 5 POB less E-ly SO I OR 38-139
plat Sheppard 23-f 7188 Claude 4 Mary Sheppard ....... 121 Bk A W R ThomasAddn 8. 10. 20 15686-4
Monte Walden .............
That par of S 5 chs of Lot 17 Corn at NW cor of Lot deK'I" 107.S
& N chs of S 9.29 chs of DB 296-248 4 in DB 305-180
W '.6 chs of Lot 17 I des Lot 8 4 30 n adl| on E sideN315ftofS630ftofE200 PB A-62 .......... .... "398 H W 4 Thelma Fulwood 10.17Lot run NW on RR 189.2 tt SE par

"In 0.7'224-461 acres Serenola.. ...... . 7'51 D L & Laura Tucker ......... 84.55 ft of W 240 ft of NVa less com No 10 1 Bk PB F 02 Highland..... .... Pines. -- 12432 w W 4 Ciemmie Friedman .... 206.63HRIS to 40 40 tt St ft St 128 180 ft I S-ly 150 par to to
Lot 26 OR H H & Beatrice Smith .......... LAND RPT DB 256-241 W-ly I
South Idytwild 52 nl..2 3.3 at NW cor E 5 ft SW-ly 7.07 ............... 34.96 POB 8. 10, 20 . ..... 15486-5 p w Duke ....... .
Lot Chachala Park PB J O Puckett ..................... A .. ... ....... 12503 Dunbar Joy 87.15
Bk .
4 ft N 5 ft to POB for R-W Lot f .. Mar Grt Gov Plat .
S bnded E by Lot 54 W by 3. I Estella Sams ............ 13.55W50ftofC150ftofS per .... 15702-2 G D .. .............. 488.90
acre per DB 314-454 32. 9. 20 ... Lot 10 Bk B .1214
I N 4 S Coleman land .. "6 W F Fordham Estate ...... 238.37 131ftof GREGORY ANNEX PB
Lo of Walls Tract D E20ftofW170ttofS150tt 285-74 Harris Land Lots 1 2 3 4 Bk 4 4 Lots 1234 A.3
P.HcSur of N ft of Lot 1
L Clinch Grt .. 7237 J Heirs ..................... 11.11Lot 2 SWVi of 12516-1 4 Lady Turner 91.76 5 6 Bk 5 Standing Resurvey
... ....
I 100ftX YEVi 32, 20 ...... 10001 Mary Gillespie .................. '.37 2 A-76 Evans" "PB'A.:-:: 12421 fd: EvansAllie .:::::::::::: 151.12 PB A.I0 .. . .. 15723 The Dinsmore Company ..-.... 66.10
16L14ftperOR L:8 d'd' Lots 10 Bk 5 Blanding Resurvey

{ 4 Bk C Idylwild PB D.9 .. 7250-1 L E Margaret Coleman ... 124.78 Corn 74-464, 5'31 f,E 20 of .NE.. .' cor. ... '.". 10022-5 W L 4 M.r Ussery ............ 3X43. of -Lot 12.4... .1.King.....Addn..... 12637 W Hom............... 9.7 PB A-102 . 15727-10 J W Harrell ......... ... ... 20.59
t W Sts run AGE 2S Lot 2 Republic Heights PB E-4. 15728-2 Henry Williams ....... ...... 120.51

: NAPIER GRT DB 1-591 Com ft S of Boundar Lot 15 Bk A Less R-W Cecil GOSS 1ST ADD PB

Lot per OR 170-574 ... .... . 7275-1 Napier Civic League In .....,. 30.69 igan 43 Virginia Aves of run Mich Heights PB 03 ........... 12662 Ruth Starke ............ .... 120 E BOftof N lOftof Lot 1 Bk A.3

S 12.1 the of Lot 13 2 acres .. 7297 C L 8. Virginia Dennison ...... 1X55 SO ft E210ftN30ftW210 S Ri 1 . . .... 157441NW E 4 Camilla Bailey ......... 27.01
t Dr.yto Lot 13 32. ,. ... Lot 2 Bk 1 Rg I .... 157 A A 4 Lois Byers .......... 43.52
i PB A3 18 acres . .. .. 7299 E" Daisy Ward ............... 180.98 Beg 325 ft iOof ; i; 10052 L M Cooeland 23.93 E 50 f of Lot 3 Bk S Rg 1 ... Earl Howard .................. 17.86
SW of 3 less N 210 tt of W of W line of 'Iitseii Co 177ffSa173ftWofNW WVi Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg 1 .. 15746 E.r Howard .......,,.... 3.1
210 ft Drayton S-D Lot 14 PB line of Hampton Ave N cor of Lot 12 Bk 41 New EW of Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg 1 less S

1.3. 4 acres 7310 W .Harriet Richardson ...... 4.< W115ftN125ftW run Gainesville W 40 ft S 188 ft 5 ft of E 55 ft of NEVi of Lot
N I of W 210 ft of SW of 13 I N 140 ft E 630 ft S E 40 tt N 188 ft to POB Less Bk 5 Rg 1 .. .. ..... Essie M Williams ............. 27.61S
Lot 3 Drayton S-D Lot 1 PB 325 W 173 ft S 375 R-W 10 2 .......... 12727-4 Allen 4 Catherine Span ........ 15-95 55 ft of E 5 I of NE14 of

1.3. 1 acre .. .. ... ... 7310-1 Sale Davis ................. 16.92 132 I to Beg Less OR 236-612 ft W Lot 4 Bk 5 .. .. ... 15746-2 Richard 4 Ruby Lang .....,. f.fle

NE'/4, 2 111.10.. .. .743 Simmons Heirs ......... 52.08 9. 20. 5.7 .. .. . N 50 ft of W 100 ft of S 100
N 210 I Ot E W Of 3 HIGHLAND 10070.1 Pauline Brln Exeufrl ...... f of Lot 3 Bk 4 Rg 2... . 15759-1 JonnIe 4 Ruby Green .-...... 76.20
NWVi 30 11 19 1 . 7450-1 Surety Mortgage Investment Co ... 3.49 Lots HEIGHTS PB B- Com3l6 ft Sa231ftWOfNW W 10 ft of E 55 I of N 55 I
SWVi ef SEV. of SWVi 31 1 1: Bk C DB 2.3 ..... 10202 JR Bynum ..... corn of Lot 12 Bk 41 New of Lot 3 4 S 50 Of N
1510 ... .. .. .. .. 7458EW Susan Street .................... 29.1 Lots 1 1I i gk'2 H .... 10317 A" MS (.Alex. ) .... 0.56 Gainesville run W 50 ft N 180 t Of W 50 ft of I 3 .N 10
of SE' of SW'/4 31 13 of Lt Druas 1$7N E SO ft S 180 f 4,10,20 ..... 12730-1 Maryefta Williams .... .. 1742. of S 100 of W of

If, 20 .. .. .. .. .. .. .1.. 7464NW f B Long & Sons Inc ............ 18.46 1$ :: Bk L ..... ,.. 1037 J A a Marla" McNellis ...... f Lot 3 Bk 5 I Rg 2 . f- 15764-1 Richard. Ruby Lang .........,
4 of Lot 7 S of River. IS 7 5 Rg 5 ............ B J a ......... 5.6 W 55 ft Of E of N33ft 1.1
20 I .... ...... ............. 7491 Lucille W Shaw .................. '.t 23 Bk CAROL ESTATES PB Mar Bonds 744Lot of Lot 3 Bk 10 Rg t 2 . 15765 H 4 Arlce Garner ......,...... 22.73
C.........".. .. 10323 Bernard 4 Faye Silverman ... 218.87 Corn at SE cor lot 8 Bk 46 New Lot 5 Replat of Lot 4 Bk 5 Rg
Lot' Bk D ....... .
.. 10- EST'pBE-'i'l Norris ...... ....... C'. Gainesville run S 620 ft E 210 Barber .... 223.62N51ftofS812ftofW82.Stt E2SOPBft 3W 15766-5 S J Johnson .. .... 27.01
P120 chs E 12* ens Of Lot 6, 1ST ADD D f N 620 f W 210 ft 4. 10, 2... 12733 Melvin 4 ; 100"t"f Lot 3 .M.r ?

.. ... ... .. 7506 James Roberts 4 Laura Gilmore 46.26 Bk 1 Rg 3 15771-2
19 7 Jf 26EV Lot' 2.5 I B .................. 10608-25 Ray 4 White .............. 20.59
of Lot 10 & SW of J W 4 Arline Wester ,, NE'ofLot3Bk2Rg36S50ftofNW'hofLot3Bk2!
Lot B K .... .. ... .... ... 3496
of Lot 12 less land I .. 10618-1 J J 4 Louise ., Lot 4.
;> I Maroney ..... 257.3< of E ft Being
t Loll" & Hill Henley. Lot 25 10 20 12. Heights ...2... 12744-20 Harry Douglas ........... .. 10.1NW'4 Rg 3 .. .. ..... ... .. 15780-2 J B 4 Dorothy Jackson ...... 78.93
19 720.53 . ...... 7520-1 Abner Jones ..................... 45.3 Lot Bk K .,............... 1018.25 w G Louise Gaston Jr ... 34." Cant Lot 2 Replat PBF55
le Bk N ..... .... Stepens t
SEot SEVi of SWVi E of I 1021.16 W a Lucinda Jr ..,... 69.18 of Lot 3 Langley Addn L 3 - - 15785-2 4 Llatha Stephenson .
Fence. 9 ..... 7521 Mrs A B Shaw .................. 7.77 Lot EAST PB F.10 Hosteter DB ...... ............12756 J 4 Rosella Helton 4 J D White 31.2 NVofSEV4ofLot3&E24ftof R.ymo 12.0
Saw 2072. 1 .................
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SW/4 40 ...... 7 3 A F Brazel .....................32.83 Lot .. 10625-1 Carol Estates ...... 15.72 P.3 of SWV.ofLot3Bk2
2 ....... .... Corprati
E 3.20 chs of W 42.20 chs of S Lot ... ... 10252 Carol Estates ...... N 53 ft of W 111 ft of 8k7 Rg 4 less R-W .. ... 15806-1 Lucille Mobley ....
3 ....,........, .. 1.n ........... Robr. 19.0
of N 12.20 chs of Sec Carol Estates 12798 Raattama 11.2Lot NW of Lot 1 Bk 4 S ... 15827-1
3.20 chs B Corporation ...... Ingrams Addn PB 1.1 ... Hul" Rg Wile Ruth Green .....,....
DB 392 30 7 20. 1 . 7554 Sylvia Aldridge 4 Cecilia V H T WASHINGTON HOT P8 C1.2.I.Bk 7 5 4 SVa of Lot 6 GOSS 2ND ADD 41.10
$ 70 3 p W 70 yds of of Mils .... ............. 6.23 Lots A ... ..... 107.1 Ceretha H -Young .. 34.94 S-D PB A-107 .....Parish.... 12810 Hugh 4 Ella Drummond ..... 69.71Lots1236NVefLot6Bkl Lot 6 less S 200 of E 200 PB A-34
17 Bk
Lot 8. 7 20. 1 .... .. .. 7557-2 Irving ................. 27.01 Lot B OR 1393 .... 1067517 Nathan 4 Mazie Jenkins. 7.17 ft . I . . .
3 Eddie 4 Ida Pons Sr .,.... .
N 15 of Lot 3. 30120, 7559-2 Ezeklal Coney ................. 30.69S .125 D .. ...... S L 4 Ferneise Nix ....::::::: : .. 1SS 12.5
'1 Lots 13 lk D .. ...........1'07. .6:9 Lot as per DB 31.11 .. T j 4 Anna Mathis ...,.. .
ft of W 700 Of N Of W Richards ............. NORWOOD 14.1
.0 \I . 7562 Rawls Estate ............. Lot 19 Bk D ............... D HEIGHT PB CLot -
7, 30 7 20 705 Phil 7.7 I 1M77.1 A Mamie Davis ........... 145 Less R-W Parrish I S-D PBA107 Winnie D Wesley............ 1 2 Bk 1 .... ...... 1517 4 Ida Lancaster ......... 9.31
of W PB .
N 800 ft of S 1200 aiW IX8b> . 12811
Lot t 7564 Elzle McGInnts ... ............. 'Lot 11 ...................... 1 2 3 4 5 6& S'' Of Lots
ft of NW of 7. 2.1. 1.1 ............ 10731 Taylor ......... ... 3494 Corn 149 ft S of SW cor of University 894 Lots 10 11 Bk .. ... 15894 A E 4 Ida Lancaster ..... .... 80.47
NEVi of NW'/i. 33 7 20. .. .... 7577 A F Brazil ................... I LOt 1 ..... Richard 4 Thelma Cobb ..... 4 Pleasant St -
S210ftofW210ftotSE4 of .. .. ..... .... 10731 7.87 Ave Bk 7 less Lot 6 4 7 ...... .... 15897 A E 4 Ida Lancaster .......... 30.49

SEVi. 33 7 201 ........... 755 Modern Homes Construction Co 2.1 tots 52 50 .55-............,..... "."'............ 1075.107331 Charliemae Brown 4 Johns....Heirs. .......... 4994. 46.11 run W tt 168.1ftS42.8ftW S 70: E 214.81 ft N Loy 4 Morell! Buchannan ...... '4.6 Lots 352 f- 10 285 1. .Bk......Tax....DB... 1590J A E 4 Ida Lancaster .,...... 14.15
A Clark ... 12952
4 H ..., 20
5, 10
SEli of NWVi. 5 I 20. 40 .. .. .. 7636 L D Simons ..................... 32.83 Lot 53 ... .................. 10733-53 Sunshine Inc Lloyd.... .... 24.27 112.8 tt to Lots 7 8 Bk 1 -----------------15941-1 Alfred 4 Lillie Danzy .. ..,.. 58.48
S 105 ft of N 525 ft of E Lot 55 ....................... 1073345 G 4 Ella Hoe Cudgo 22.13 Lot S Bk 21 ................ ............. 7.17

ft of Lot 32. 11 f 20 10. 78342 Rema J C Anderson ............ 3.49 Lot 56 ...................... S L 4 Nora Scruggs -':::::::: 11.45 VEITCH 2.1DD8JJchads
f 10735 47.80 Lots 18 21 . Co .. ....
Lot ..
S1DSftofN42OnofE/20 57 .................... Anna M Ray. .. ....... Com: 176 tt S of SW cor of Arre S21
......... Lot 58 ...................... .. 3494 Run Ssfffgjs 12 5-12 acres per DB 4
ft of Lot 32. 11 f 20 . 7834-3 Virgil 81 Delia Robinson <.1 10733-58 Willie Smith Sr ........,....... 7.17 donda 4 Market Sts 12.21
DB 72-190 4 Per
S 105 ft of N 31 ft Of E105 Lot 6 ......... ............ 1073343Steenburg Willie 4 Smith Jr ....... ft N 3.2 ft E 19.66 1't ares
.. & 44.12 1.9 .. .. 13020 James 6 Minnie AlexanderUNIVERSITY .. Less lot to
ft of Lot 11 20 .. ... 71 Quality Shell Homes Supply In S. 10. 2 M.xel
N 105 3 105 ft of W 420 Lots 66 67 ... .. ..... CUdgo a u HOTS M8 1 10 4 less lot DB 202-318 les
1 a
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ft of I 11 f 20 ....... 78344 Leonard C. M.r Griffis ........ 35.56 Lot 3 Bk C ThsSte@brg 10736 .. Lot 1 Bk .......... U141 W C 4 Ella woodbury ... .. 218.87 lot DB 183-405 4 less lot
Lo SD ....... 334.34
3 N 210 ft PB B"s1 1 ......... 11 42 W C 4 Ella Woodbury 172-125 4 less lot DB
W 70 140 of W E 6 Lots 2 3 27.12
f ......,... '
1 f 18 Wile 7.77 1 ......... 16744
Lots 'F Chids V.V. C 4 Ella Woodbury 4 less lot DB 307-243
of of Lot 25. DB L- 1 2 Bk Da Lots 7 9 Bk ...,....... 13145 W
...... 42.58 2i77"Th S' 1 C 4 Sylvia ......... 2..53 R-W 4 less Let DB 343-268 4
t I 12 f 20 . Pioneer Finance Company S-D PB 10796-1 Victoria Williams ...... .. 37.70 Lot Bk 12 .---- 13U1-2 C Peters
W 105 ft of E 325 n of N 105 N50ftofS460ftofW95ft 1 UNIVERSITY PLACE PB A-77 6 less 1 acre In SW cor OR 88-98

( ft et SW of Lot DB L- of E 11SftofE1, of SEVi Lot 16 Bk 2 ................ .. 13220 H M Rebr ---------------------.9. Is not a complete desc 4 less
12 f 2 ... ..2. .... 725 C W & Sylvia Pryde ............49.0 OF SW'/4 of SW '/4 Being lot S Lot 6 Bk 7 .................... 13280 Ph.r.c In ....... 3$6COLCLOUGH lot per OR 93-44 4 less parcels1A12343810111S0,10

S ft 105 of Of 315 N ft 210 of t Of of W Lot 10 20 Bk A. .Dixson. ..Homesites. . .34..9, 10826-3 Nathaniel 1 ........ .............. 13294 S-D W PB Alexander- Et AI........... 7.3 Lo2 .. .. .. 15,55-1 Albert 6 Deborah Washington
............. 40. 4 Sadie Jackson 26.67 Lo 4 Ha Acosta.......... 52.0 I I .s OR 1-06-34, fVlo; 20 3 7
DB L633.- 1 f 20 7836-25-J J E .Bessie Baker 8.24
W ion 210 n Of N 210 Lot 6 Duval Heights Com at southernmost cot of Bk
ft of S'ot Lot 25 DB L633. PB ADD PB A-54 21 Norwood Hgts as per PB

12 f 2- .. .. .......-. 78325 Pioneer Finance Company ....... 29.75 Lot 7E.33Duv i' 'Heights' I 1085841- Macoma Homes Inc 24.87 Lots 29 .."............PORTER... 13' Estella Knowles Life. Est. ....... 13.55 30.69 C4 N 36 deg 38 min W 22X14

.. .. 3 ..... .... Leola Blakely. ftS34dogW$93.02ftto
10858-72 Lot 40 W 137 5
3 ? Richard .... 28.5Lot
Mildred Parker ..... f Richardson ..
FAIRBANKS PARK PB I 27.01 5 j H 4 Lourie P08 S W ft N
C.2 L:8 44 Green Acres 80 ..................... ... 13 .... 24.27 3 de 17.f
Lot 7 Bk C less R-W 4 Lots I ........... James 4 Estella I Spain W N31
13 t5Bk D 7840-7 W H & Mildred Ellsworth ... 5.63 010 ..JACKS 10872.1Ruby S-D PB E'-21 L DrISke" ... ....... 159.6 Lot Lot 84 115 '::::::::::::::::::::::::" 13445.1 C W 4 Mary Rose Sr.-....-.-.-.-.:.:.:: 364.28 351.45 de 1 de min 19 sec E 209.92 ft.S

Lots> 5 8 .................... 10884-5 Ella F Wood Lot 116 ............. ....... 13444 c S 4 Rub Rose de E 210ftto POB f,
Lots 10 1 12 Bk G less R-W Lot 27 .................. 10684-27 E R 4 Katie Edenfield 17... MILLER ADDN PB 1.2 4 Johnson ..... 137.61 10. 2 . 15956-2 Abner Jones ................... 31.21
& Bk 4 Lots 1334 less Lot 56 ........ ......... 10884-56 H T N H Of W 50 of 39 ....13487 I Lot per OB 202-318 ls S
R-W Lots 21 22 23 Bk N 4 PENNINGTON S-D PB&E.n Hale 19748 Lot l.6. f Lo... ... 13491 Diana Nattiel Heirs .. 75.6 10 I ot W 10 I 9. 10 2. 15960 Islah 4 Dora Norman .... 22.73
sts btwe Bks G J Niess Lot 1 .... ......... .. ... W T 4 Mary Pennlngton ....... S iw of Let 49 4 E 8 ft of SWnf ........... dl.2I
.... .... 26. Williams
S2.27 103.1
R.W ... .. . 7844-10 S C" Helen El wood .. Lot' ............ ..... ..... W T 4 Lot 50 .. .. 134TO Maryetta BREEZY ACRES PB E-2S
? Mary Pennington .....
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Bk K less E 100 ft less S Lot .. 26. A44 Lot 16 ................. ....
26 ..
.......... .. ADDN PB W Cora Bass
E 80 IOOftotBkK&S80ftof tt . . 7848-1 A R Webb ..................... 24.1 Lot 27 .................. .. 10893-26 10893-27 W WT T 4 Mar pningto p@nlngto.....,...... 2213. Lots Gaddy S-D of EVi BROWN Isabella Campbell Heirs .... 125.38 Lot 17 ....................... 15951 15951 G W .Core B.S ::::::::::::::: .1.

.. .. .. S C Helen. Elwood ............ 172-42 NEW GAINESVILLE p'A-66 PB Bk 1 ." .. 13534 Lot 34 .
7848-2 -
W 10 ft of Bk I S 100 ft of Lot 4 less W 151 Lot 2 il per DB 252- i G W 4 Cora B.I ...............

PARADISE PB A-4 f less R-W ............ 10904-5 J W .Lillian Welch .......... 407 pr ft a of S 59 I of Lot 13 ,i..p.ik1953 W 3.6

S210 ft ofW103ftof E31S 29.1 N Als ef Lot 3 Jackson '.a.t. Stafford ... ..:.. 1b.6
. . 7887 Febbie Jenkins .................. T F THOMAS S-D PB B-90 cf NW PB A-79 Bk 2 13548 Geneva 117:3
tt of Bk 6 . 1.1 10, .. ....... ... F 4
Lot .
S 100 ft of N 325 Of E 100 5 Bk A ......... It9< G T Williams ......... .... 9.31 Com at SE cor of Let 1 run W WVof NW' of NEVi of NEVi 16J Mildred Barber ....... .1.3
Belisle ............ HIS Lots 4..S Bk D ........... Hayes ...... ... ft N 12 ,
of Lot 54 .. . 7916-5 L K .Evelyn LEI M.r 99.11 10.5 ft N 204 d 10. 10. 20 2W .... .. .. 16079 Mania R C .
... .
f Lot 6 Bk D ....... ... 10960 .... ..... ,. which R.ln 176.70
W 10 I ot E 260 ft Of S 100ft Leget . 31 mm nEto APt 35 I Lot I per OB 236-169 10. 10. 20 16080 C B 4 Lula ...... ..... 2."
525 tt of Lot 54 .. 7916-10 M R & Helen Misner ..... .... 1.1 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A46 W of the NE cor of W 100 ftof E 440 ft of S 147.09 C.rrol .
W 100 ot E 26 ft oS 10 ft N 320 ft of W 130 ft of lot thence E to said NE cor S to ft Of SW Of SW'/4 of NEVi

of I 54 4 10 ft of E 240 12 less R-W DB 364-167 .. 10948-1 Albert 4 Dicy Morgan ........ the POB Jacks Plat of .. ........ 10.T/ of NEVi 10. 10. 20 .. .. 16090-3 B F Paula ......... 1692
61.2 ... .
ft of N 90 ft Of 59 7161 J D .Lillie Glicco .......... 228.62 S 280 ft of lot 12 less S 40 PB A-79 13566-1 Abner Joe Lot as per OR 57-561 10, 20 J E Iva SIt... .. .. 37.10
S 100 ft of N 2 I of E 10 ft of W 130 I 4 less E 50 ft 10968-2 Barbara M Jackson .......... 3X43 E 36 ft of W 298W ft of S73 ....... 95.E60ftofW420ftofS52ft ./ I W 140 ft of E 272 ft of 10 165W 160 C.s .
ft of Lot 59 .... ... 7916-17 J H 4 Eleanor Craven Jr ..... 1.1 S 6 ft of N 380 ft of W 130 ft of Bk 2 13598 Ezekiel I Willie Hog. ft of NEVi ef SEVi 10. 10. 20 16100-2 L S Ollie Terrell .............
HAZEL HEIGHTS6 of lot 1 .. ..... 109484 Miguel 4 Otella Rulz .......... ; ... i Lot 115 Lincoln Esta tel 33.4
Lot S ".................. 7917-5 C E .EC Hopkins ......... 4X52 ROSEMARY PARK PB C-95 1.0 Of N 207 ft Of 5'4of Bk 2 .... 13599 Leola Blakely .......... 4UE PB F." .. .. 16106-115 Lincoln Estates Inc .... .... 31.29

ht ."'"............... 7917-19 J L Sanders ........ 2< Lot 19 Bk A ...... ....... 10973 M F Large ...... ........ 60.62 72W ft Of W 262ft Of N PB B-3 ... .. 16109 Margaret Hubbard ..,... 7.77
Lot 1........................ 717.3 H H 4 Marorie| D.uher ... .10 Lot 2 Bk A ... .......... ...... 10974 Lillie M L.wo ............. 15.72 60W ft of SW of Bk 2 DB 3 ............... I Ridgeres 3 Ridgecrest PB .
Lot 3 .... ....... Ab6l Ruby nrs .. ... 25X03 Lot Bk D ....... ... 11010-1 C C 4 Alt.mes Fletcher ...... 110 C, .. . . ..... 13602-1 Alice Huddleston 52 Lots 1 4 b Ridgecrest PB
HEIGHTS 1 PB F14Let WAITES S-D PB E 50 ft Of W 57Wft Of N 105 ft ... 61.W B-3 16111 Hubbard .......... 7.77
A-142 .....
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4 ...................... 711. J A .Betty Howard ....... 5.0 Lot 3 Bk 1 ......... ........ 11024-3 Addis 4 Louise King _........ 56.34 of Lot 1 li 3 .. ...... 13608 H Gilbert! .. ........... 12.01 Lot 5 per OR DevonshireHills M.rgae .
Isabel Young .
5 ................. J L Ruby Sanders .......... Lot Bk 3. ., 13609 .. 102 . G M Geneva
i Lot 79" Lot 7 Bk 1 .............. .. 11026 Pauline Bowles ..... 11.45 E'4 of 11. 10 2. 16126-5 Beck .......... 27.01
Lot 15 .... ... ...... .. 71.1 R M Burns .. ........... 47.80 Lot 9 Bk 1 11026-2 Virdll. Booker .... VW of EW of Lot 3.Bk 3 DB Butler ........ .... lr.6S S 8 chs of N 18 of W 2SO ft of
. J" Mary .
.. ..
.. 8erl 13613
Lot .................. J L 4 Ruby Sanders 261.64 Lot 5 4 lot 4 less S 10 ft 719 229 C3.30ftless S20oftofE200ft

I Lot 1 ..................... 7918-19 T H & Carolyn Jaks Jr .... 261.64 Bk 3 .. ... ............. 11040 Sarah Bradley Heirs 4 ... E 514 ft of NW Of Lot 44 $6." 11, 10 20 2.4 .- 16128 Armenia Cassell ........ .....
.................. 4.0
... .
I Lot .... ....... .... 7112 J L Ruby S.nel .. 261.s8-I S ..0 E 32W ft of SW of Lot 4 Bk 3 .. 13616 0 Gilbert S N 1188 ft W 200 ft
E 2 ft of Nof SW of Lot 47 WVi of Lot 7 Bk 3 .... ..... 13628 Rozetla Canady ........... 1746, 2' ft 11. 10 o 14128-1 J C 4 Mania Raines ..--.-..
Paradise PB A-4 7920-2 H L 4 Norma B rower ............ 7.77Gainesville ofE50ftofLotf : 2 KINCAID ROAD S-D P87 4.2
Lets 3 4 Bk 4 .............. 11047 Martin 4 Ozleden N 10 ft ....... 129.65
of E145 ft olot7 Mari . ... 13630 Ezekiel 4 Willie Hodge
Nl8- ft .. ..... 3 S 14 4 E 11748 ft of
Floral Park PB 07 .... .. 7960-79 0 B .Katie Porter ..,....... 56.94 11 12 Bk F Jeru Park .. 2.10Lots Lot 4 si-D of s"W\i otof lo. 14114-14-2 C.rr" Pace 4 Wives ...... 7620
10 Oak PB 8035-10 G L Bobbie Karel .......... 9046 Fell. .. ... 13643 A Jones ............?.. U.5 I Let 14114-34-1 S E 4 Wilma Cash Jr .. .
Lot Hi 1.17.16. PB C-4 . 11101 L H Eloise ........... PB ,7. .. Mir W 10 I of NW of 3" SO

Lot Hill 14 PB 4 N 1.16.16 ft of ...1. . $033.1A J .Eleanor LeCUIr ........ 142.43 S 6 ft of N 390 ft Of W NEW GAINESVILLE .A-44 Wait 120 Lot PB 7 Fel. .S-D..of'SWV4. .... 13644 A A 4 Lois Byers ............. 27 I E E 10 I o W W 3 3 ft ft Of Of Lot <. 14114-48-3 16134-44-3 J G E H .Connie Nelmarla Pe............... 18.9 2.1

Lot 22 .. ..... .12. 11108-3 Leroy 4 Essie Robinson ........ Lot 22 5-D ef"Bk 5 E ft of NW Of
I ,f
MAGNOLIA PB .9 o EV .. 13701 Celia A Adams ............... .. 13 o
HEIGHT 01 N6OttofS1OftofE ft PB A-22 ef SWVi 11, 10 2 2 .. 16137 M Oran Gill ......... 3.5
Lot 16 Bk A .............. .1Q1 Austin ......... 1X55 of Lot .... .....12.. . 11108-7 Oscar 4 Ella Rollins ........... ,." W ft Of Lot 14 S-D ofof EW 91.16,
Davis ..........
.. Lucille
Lot 10 Bk C.............. .. K P 4 Wright ....... 1.1 2 5 4 PB A1SC10ftofLot308.W30ftof .. 13738 Floyd NW'4 of NE' ef NWVi 11. 10 Ji H Craggs

Lot f Bk Of D S......ft..of. ..100. 8135 W H Wliims ................... .. S ft LOS t lot 23 N 210-ft of W 165 11U Barbara A Britt .............. 18.46 13802 Jessie Perry .. .. ........... 41 10 .. ...... .2 16143-1 C...............Coslrl.. 84.75
N ft 7 OB T-114 N IOOftofS1260ftofWiSWa
?110 13 Lot 2 Bk 2 Ward Rpt Lot 35 31 S-D of

2 f 5 2 W ..1122.....I..HUGH DB 3161 EDWARDS 81f8-2 IND T CENTER J 4 Helen PB Davis E-41 ............. 344.10 Lot DB 1 Bk 325-439 3 Ward.. ...Let.. .35. 111244 L W Evelyn Fleming ....... 141 Lt L 10 0 A Porter S-D. .. PB A-74. 13914 Amelia Webster Heir ......... 54.82 ft 11.of 10 that 20 part. E. ef.srd.329-A 161482N210ftefS840ftefE525ftof A J 4 Dorothy Moon ............ 2.1

107 108 4 DB ....Rp. 111J413 J H 4 Y Ward .......... 3113AVONDALE efW231ttefN 157W Huddleston 4
104 3 EftQofft 13919-1 R-W DB 313-474 11,
Huesto NWVi Less
S4NNfofLots .Lot NW of ESTATES PB Bk 11 .. .......... .. Armenia .....
les Thll 3. 10 20 ... 14151N90ftefS300ftefE240nefW ...........
12 77.33 SIft Lot 3 Bk A.............. 11125-3 Modem Homes Ctruci -- - ---- Ca"el 1IJ

Let 120 W 7743 ft o Co .. ........ .. .. 6.6 Let 3 reEp ef Lot 5 University Alex 4 Felicia ....... 11 HB
Lot 10. Lot 8 A-109-11S ... 13997 Drs 795 ft Of NWVi 11. It 20 14157 Ali Owens ..... 10.27E
Of tt ef W 40 ft of b55 e W K Ltzelle .......... 11610
107 108 7. N' S2 A DB 304-238 .... 11125-5-1 G" Judklns ........... X49 Lots 348 Duke Court PB C-91 .. 14048 Ro 105 ttofW 10 ftofS 105 ft ofNW'i
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Lot 128 121 ... ................... 11",2 1.10 B L 4 Inve 8r.n .Rel.. .. ; W Bi t of Lot 2 Ek B .. ... 11154-2 /Mi I Pr"le .......... .. 7.17 N 1243 ofS300ftofE132. 14083 Ella ................. $1 11. 10 2 .. ... .. 161594. Mid-State Homes In ......... 4X34

t Lot 110 ,..... ......?........'-- 1913 Ella F Wood .... .... 3.3. E 40 of Lot 3 Bk C .... .. 1112B ....... .... 5.03 I o Bk 1 BRUSH ADDN DB eelt
...... ... ............ Chester 4 Betty McKinney .. 3011123V97 V to ft cf Lot' 11 D. .. :) H .Yvonne w.r ........... 5.C3 4 E 0211
Lo31 .... ... ... .. .. "".13 C"ste'Betty MKiy.... E 49 f of Let 1 D 11)1 J H .Yvonne ........... 7.17 S llf ft o SE'4 ef Bk SVi 11 That part of N ft S Iff ft
i W 258 3 Of Let 142 ..... 300.13 W 40 f o let 1 4 E 49 30 ft S 3 ft o o Louse H ..... 267.12 of E 211 3 240 o of
11",4 A Ar 14189
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Manor ft ef Si E -1.1 E A .Idelta 1U'W Bk 13 ......... 12478 o
Lot fO Lo Tv Masonic of R-W D-B
1 fB Hihlan. .Co. .. 8201-90 J H & E .n Lewis ........... t.f 40 ft o Let Bk E 11171 W 4 ,' H.I ......... 7.1 Let 4 Plat ef Bk 2 PB A 14T92 Spearman Brewing ...... 18048 490 11 tl.y. l. . .31). 14174 Amby 4 Opal ......
Com at NE cor el Pine HavenSDrunN20ftE100ftS W 40 ft 0 Lo 1 Bk f ... 11130-1 James Roberts ............... 7.1 Lot 1 1 Plat of 22 A14 e 2 Cal .. 1'.3
Lot 1 v Replat' Lots H. Thomas $ .... 6540
.. ............. ... 14311 H E C FI PB E42
D 108.27 PB
11163-1 L Berry
DB 310-2 ...
211 tt NW-ly along creek top 2 38 .All 1.13 S 102'M ft of" E L S 4 41 ft adl' o W side 14186-5 S J 4 Sallie Benton ......... IXSi
1-8 ftSefPOBNtoPOB. 2 Bk I Olvi Replat Lots N 66 k' Amelia Webster ..... 4744 f C J 4 Mildred Bush ........... '
4 20 .. ........ S249 G E .Annie CI I.n..,.... 39JO 2 38 DB 31 . 11163-2 L D .Elsie Berry Jr .... .... 18.46 330 ft ef 23 .;;;-" ; 1C Her L 10 .. A Acre---------------.
N 2 ft of S 406.2 tt Of W .13! lot t 2 w.r Rp Lo 42 N44ftofS330ftefE114 tft o.. WUIi V Dixon A4m .......... 108.27 L also 40.12 adl' W A ..I9M
ft 1 E 26 ef SWU of 21515 11174-1 Amos 4 Maxclne Damps ...... 2049Abr Bk 23 W of Arredonda 14330. 1 .........I.. ...o. 1111 C W Margaret ..... 1413

NW<4. 29 20 .. 8278 S J 4 Sallie Benton .......... 125.98 S 100 I 1 100 ft o Lo 43 N 44 ft of S 2 ft o W 2 8eM W Hayes ............. 13.2 L 5 ..................... T J .. Helen Cit... .. .. Ifff
Lot 5 Bk B Less S 61 I o E less N 60 ft. of ft of Bk 23 1C L 6 .. ... .. .... .. 1418644 Eugene 4 Lorena Thomas 3494
47 ft Hazen Estates 017. silo K C .Hazel Merwin ........... 189 43 n New Gainesvlile S 31 : of N62ftofW14fft NNacre ........... 1442 1618647 Kenneth 4 Maria Thompson ... 19.99
.. .................... 14338-2" .
I Lot 6 Bk C Hazen Estate PB A46 ..... ... 1121 >er Jones Lt of 2f ft ef Bk 23 N000ftofS430ftofE124ftofW

I PB D-17 -. ... . ... 8423 C B .Hyacinth 7406 N33ftOfS16S ft of W "Stft1a Abner Jones ...-....... 12.85 36148 ft Kreftwood Estates
Bk B Gainesville Hgts WAD RPT LOT 43 DB ef Bk 23 E ef Arredanda 12, 10 20 .. . Smith ..
Let 2.51 141.5 Chltfy .............
4 PB 1 A-160 ..... .... 8441 T J 4 Mary Downs .......... 16J2 Lot 8 ...... .. .11188 Levi 4 Lawson ........... ,4.84 NSOffoS34fftefW194 tn 0... Atlantic Municipal Corp ...... fi44 L 1 McNeil Gardens PB 2.3
Lets 110 Bk C Gainesville WARD RPT LOT 44 DB 215-156 Bk 23 E ef Arredanda 143441443S1 ... ..... UlfO17Lo J H 4 Veda Dee ............. 44.13
Hgts PB A-160 ............... 8449 Home 4 Krumrlne ............ .U Lets 4 S ... ............. 11193 Janet L. King .............. 19.99 S43ftOfN240 ft of W 136 ftofBk24EofArredondaSt Freddie Weaver III ............ ff Jl E.3.less N ft Ward
:: .. ... 2
Lot J Lot 20 .............. GAINESVILLE 4 A1s Robinson .. 71 10 Replat Lot 42 DI 3C8-375 12
PB Cr. ...... 8482-J P D 4 Winifred Owens ....... 2 NEW PB E::60nefW506ftofN132ftel . Alfred Green ................... 204* 10. 20 PB A-7 .... ..... 141f37 J W 4 Beatrice Nessamari ...... 55.42
WWotLot63tessS300ft4 Bk26 .
Semlnole Heights -- -- --- NMftofEfOftofLotlO

LOII A-148 . .......... 8573-2 W F. 4 Anna Ryals ............ 37 JC I .f. Com 2 ft E4i32ftSefNWcor Replat Let 42 DB 308-375 12, 10
Seminole Heights iTRd1M _......... .. 11250 J M 4 Ella Wood ............... 2X33 Bk 14 run N 64 ft E 101ftS66ftW101I9047POB. DonaW 4 CenU ..... lf.64 20 PB A-7 -. ---- .--- 1619310tS90ftofN400ftofE40ftof J C 4 Mania Raines ........... 21.1*
PB-A-148 .. .. .. ....... J C 4 Mary Allen -........... 31 +ySlls, f ofNl7SftofWU 14438-5 M
Bk K Oak Park I Let Plat In SW Of 26PB .. ... Lot ia Replat Let 42 DB
Lots 10 II 12 ftoLoalStnoNI 1 81. U G Floyd .. .. War
pa A-174 ....... ........... 87C9 W L 4 G F D Jr .......... I o 3 o 11250-2 J M 4 !U Wood ........... 8X21 .. .. 1' 11 308-375 20 PB A-7 11910 Helen CeWlog .............._
Let 23 Bk H 34t E 10 ft ft Of N 190ftefLet64lessN50fttor SW ef Let 13 Plat .I.o. W C 4 Mary Johnson ........._. 23447 S3Ofto/W21aftoE630 34.07.I Ti
A-174 ..O.. ...r. ........ 8702-4 W H 4 Jeanette Edwards Jr .. 47.4 I B k 26 P I A4 .. 1. Let 4 4 M IM ft ef W-fl* ft ef k A.
PI ? .. R H 10 Mimic Peters ...... ...... 4J3 I
If 4 20 . 1U Cam at NE cord Sarah ROM E 430 ft of Let 1 II tet* W J'
Bk K 2 I o L A-174 .. 8714 T S Leressa Copeland ...... N 100 Of S m W IU ft L inBk27runS30nWU 10 ft 4 Less Let per OR
-$ pa -10. 141UNCRES o f 64 .I.o.._....... 1120-1 D S 4 Edna Scarborough ?... 2 3 ft E 1 ft ............ 14 Hattie FortRichardson & 139-423 14 10, 20 PB A-28 1m7 W J &Batty Jena ......... 111

W//ftofLot34Lots4S L as DB 364-41 ....... 11271-3 j w 4 Annie Hul Jr ..... _. ...Bia. 34.14 S451f1oE424.33kOfLet2Las
4 Bk B .................... 8753 J A 4 Adolyen H...... 784: Lt 4 7 p Court PB C-23 11274 j M 4 Luclla .te ..........48-41 S la ft 'w. 20445 14
Let la E ................. 8774 C T 4 Laverne Dli ....... 944.. 2 Bkai wardlpf jl. ORIG GAINESVILLE DB H 1821 PB -- 12051F L &Bamtla Ouggar .......M 36.16
Let 1 BI Bk ............. W2 E E 4 Clare CU,1 ........ 116J 3 OB 11204 L F Cam ......j........... 3 I N60ftefW40ftofBk2 S 100 ft of N 420 ft ef 10
l RIDGEVIEW PB C-21-26 3W'NE VI PB A44 Rg r '. 14577 J L 4 MirUm Moss .....? 36448 ftofEtbOftoLcel 14, 10, -

I Bk 1 M.................. 17 B K 4 Flossie Br _........ 794 7 B c E50fofW140ftefN100ft PB A-28 -.-- .t---. -.- --. 16205-32 G. .Audrey Hague ......11X15$
L Lot 89 4 S lint ef tt way N ef 7 Rg 2 . ... 14604 Gladys w Wilson .......?... 185JS185J5, S 30 ft of E Oft efLot44NIM
Lot 14 Bk S .................. 8874-14 G W 4 Laura Parker ......... 146.1 6 o run SE-ty atone hiway E$6 fh' rfW120ftefNl&5ft ft ef E 105 ft of Lot 13, 14,
ft "to FOB SE-ly atone htway of 4 Rg 2. -" 14603 J T 4 Regina M.-.I .. .. 10 20 PB A-2 . . 143 E W 4 Annie Easltrllnj ...... 66.19

Lots 1 1 Bk 7 ......... .. 1761 Gladys Cr.O ............. 77.7 35ft SW-ty 11 ft to Pt 5 ft la3BkI RI 1 Bishop RCa S60ttetN190ftofW30ftefLotS4S66ftefN1f
from line ef 89 la. A .' 14750-1 G W 4 Core Bass ............ tl.l 6 I
Bk 8 887711 D W Law .._.. .StfttoWUnaefMlfNEly Bt1Rg1 4 com at NW of E Let 6, 14 10.
... 11.4 W 2
L 1 .. ... .S 200 ftb begWl40ftofE140 . 11294 W R Kathryn Whitest .... 1"0 corofLotrunNlftElSfS PB 2J .::: ...... ... 1m Jim. Thornton ................. 38.98

Bk 8879-19 North American Acceptance ft efN40ft 9 ft w 43 ft Replat

L I 1 Corp ...................... 62J" .S 95 I f L 94 ......... 11318 J W 4 Vandal Howtoa ......... 4 PB -.,2 ........., 14755 G W 4 Cora Bast ..._......_. 122J 1 (Continued OD Page 11)


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16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, May 26, 1964 ......... _

' (Continued from Page 15) I DESCRIPTION 100 ft of N IMS ft of E CODE NAME AMOWKTI Blames Teenage Sex on Parents I

100 ft of W 7 3-11 feres ef 3
SE'S ,tIt 21 ....?!.......... 17743-1J J E t Betty Edw.rds .......... 1.97

\ LAKEVIEW EST OR 11-3 .5 100 tt et N 1125 ft Of E 100 and few rules about
have done half-baked of anything
Lot 17 ........................ 14206-17 R W ft Nadlne Crumpton ...... 32.13 ft of W 711 acres of E 14 By G. K. BOD E There have been many surveys a Job" ,

Lot 4] ........................ 16206-42 J C ft Menla Raines" .......... 17.14 ; acres !' '"* of SEt+ ft Billi. Sanford Jr ....... on adolescent sexual activity sex education. She urged a full, including sex.
Lot 43 ...... ................. 16204-43 J C ft Men)* Raines ........... 17.14 f. 21 -.: ..... ., 17143W S 51,02i A EacaUoD Wrter
j( 100 tt Of N 925 tt Of .E. 100 she said, and "you pay actual program extending from Dr. Calderone said the Inference -
COLE-WOOD OR t!-n* tt of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 CHICAGO (AP) U Aeri and senior high children draw from the

Lot 1 .......................... 14224-1 R A ft Bobble Johnson ........ 5.83! can I teen-agers your money you tk your fit grade through
Jones .................. are pro-
Lot 13 ., .- 14224-13 eM" Cherriee Hales ......... 17.84 Abner 47.44 sexay choice. But the facts j books and films to which they
Lot 30 ::::::::::::::::::::: 1224-30 AT" Dollle Moor ........... 77.73 1 MOO tt of N 825 tt of E 100 niscuous, tolame. tat shol free is that
Lot of Lot OR 19-334 15. 10 JO .. ft of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14VC2r tei parent the excellent studies by "Th dema of course, i access "whileour

f B6 ..................... 1422M F C Moore Jr ................. ,..- !W'* 'L.f17743.1: > pet of Purdue of she wholeheartedly believes -
A42Lor ft ... tiansen Universityshow society
Lot f f OR N-34t IS 10. 30. ... ...... Abrham Peace McCray 33.11 about adolescent ou ow makg. sId
PB A-92 .. ............... 1622'A W ft Mary Theus ........... 18.44 J( 100 tt of N 525 tt of E 100 wor that one out of every five In her "We in monogamy and sex
Lo2Ot IX 10 10 PB A-n '. 14227S W W ft Myrtle Feagle ........ 00.11lotti5 ft of W 7 3-11 acres ef E 14 i the wrong reason have prepare adde.lifted within marriage neverthelesssex
ij' acres U.S. brides is pregnant on her in ,
W 210 ft of Lot 25 years
t .. : Lois ........... _.10 ;! f, 21 ...f.lTA..0f..S.EU17743.a? : Herman Lucinda Hate ....... 49.40 Dr. C. Calderone New te outside
1'. ft200fIN ................ 162324 L C ft Coolsby M Mar a wedding day." all forms discipline and control marriage Is fu and
90 l10ttofElOi tt ef 1100 tt erf N 425 ft of E 100
Lot U 15 10, 20 PB A-92 U234 E T ft Christine I Long ........, 71.92 ft of W 7 3-11 acres of E 14 York specialist in public and substituted nothing for sophisticated and an 'in' thing"

Let PB at A-92 per OR M457 1!. 10' 20 14235 J H ft Eula I Steadham ........ 31743 6.11 30. 1,atria 21 ..*....SW4S........l.SEts. WOn J E ft Betty Edwards .......... ,tMry health, leveled that blunt crit Dr. Calderone told the ntn them. She told the PTA delegates,

Tract as per OR U2.262 It 10. 1' 3 7.11 acres of E 7 3-11 cism at U.S. society- .- al convention of the "We have given childrenthe "I challenge you to admit that,
Galnes- less S ou
Jtcksonvine Estates of acres of SV/w of SEU
t 20 16246 .. .............. ... 1,04141 100ftotN.20ttfE100ft keys and free access to a a soiet ou anxiety is not
Lots 1012RobinsonHpts .2'0'.R' ft less S 200 ft of N 220 I DESCRIPTION CODE NAME AUNT
.. 98-444 U25MO E H & Patrkli Tusslnger .... 125-33 ft 'of W 120 ft ft less S 100 S cas, money with which t goo so muc abut se behavior
Lot Wih.; i.w 5 ft of N 420 ft of W 120 rt Tract IS per OR motels houses
1 of 10
.' the of N 20 chs less R-W D8 alessS200ttof Nl20ttf 10. 9, 22 .. '.. ..' 18523 J I ft Rest Patterson .......... 16.32 empty adapet. a abt it ret i
Heirs .......... 119.15 N 1-3 of tot 4 also, 'N 'Of'S while mother and terms of -
r 313-440 22. 10. 20 10 ............ 16260 Retta Peyton W 120 ft ft less S 300 ft Of -
N 1020 Ft ef W 120 ft ft less 2-3 of lot 11 als com '
LEVY GRT 2 and of venereal
off and course
golfing playing nancy ,
S 100 ft 2-3 ft N of SW lot 11
it1 H 417 ft of E 104 ft of Lot 4 120 tt X. ? ?l I.0!!? .... 17744-1 W.lter" Nellie Camps...::.... 17.45 N 126 2.3 ft W 71.64 ft SE-ly r bridge or what-have-you, disease.Boys' ."

Harrison S-D of Lot 7 Co Bk Amos ................... 36.16 .'S I100ftf N420HfW 100 to ap64.33iWfFOB E
C7 ....................... 1(332 Cell rt ft Of SW* 0, to POB Goodson Addn DB
N Z2tha1 E 7.C7 chs of Lot 14 3 .effE2200 ... ..SEWwu4 11.11.. YurM| Montgomery .... ?.? L.217 ..... 11732 W W ft Amy Addison .......... 38.54
F.j less N ISO ft of E 230 tt 4 143574 Nathaniel Bernice Bitie .... 4J3 :E i 100 ft of N 720 tt of W 120 WW of NEW"N"'of''GainesvilleMeirose .
acres Harrison S-D of Lot 7 ft of W 3 7-11 acres of E 7 Rd ft NWU N ofGalnesvilie
N ISO rt ef E 230 rt of Lot 24 311 of SWU' of M.lro Rd .. Club Gets

Harrison S-D of Lot 7 Co Bk 1m7-4 Leroy ft Lvevenia Coe ........ A.Of 30. f,acres 21 . .E'4m<<-7 G w fcKV Lucille Jones .......... 77.AO Less 70 ft R-W 15. 9. 22 U70 ... 18794 E H ft Beatrice Easley .......... '".2
C-433 100 ft of E 200 ft Of S 100 N'I of NEW less R-W 0.
Com 7'h' rt S ft 210 tt E 'NW tt 820 ft of SWW of SEW 22 71 . ...16 U801 E H ft Beatrice E.sle. ....... 133.93
cor Lot 25 run S 80 tt tV0 ft 30 0ffN 21 .. 17714-t Ellis"|| Beatrice Moon ......... fuj N'' ef S 2-3 of NEW of NEW
N$0HE60NasperOR 1C5- NV*> ef W 3.25 acres of E 17'A 24 9, 22 13.3 ,. 18874 W W a Amy Addison ........... 1.3
124 Harrison S-D of Lot 7 Co ........... 37.34 of SWW 30, N 175 ft of W ft of NWViof
Bk C-432 '. 14341-1 R M ft Mamie BlUe t acres, j] 0NW'14.: ... . 17748 Emma Williams ................... 1.77M SWU as pr 25 DB 43-3 Additional Land
t." Lot2f
S 11.97 chs of E chs of of W 3.25 acres of E 17V

Harrison S-D of Lot 7 Co Abner Jones .................. 14.75 acres ef NWW ef SWW 30. 21. f. 22 1 ................. nan First Colore Baptist Church
Bk C-432 o\N'if\ .tT iW' 1**** 1. jl j .'................_.. .:. mAt Maria Sessions Heirs ............ J9.7SrVVi Com at SW cor of NESS run E of .................... 8.37
W 4.11 Chs : chs of s W'. of SWW S of Road 1584 ft N 660 ft W ft .

Leitner SoD ef Lots 19 DB J- Abner Jones .................. 10.51 30 !, 21 7.4 ............... .. 17754 Brown ft Ellis .................. 2173 N 440 ft W 528 ft S 13 0 ft Ex-' Bob Black, James ( ) Campbell
$4j 4 14387V *I f N 430 f to POB 25 9, 22 32 ... ... 18897-1 Nile M MclntyreCAMPVILLE ............... 2.0 Tt.te. Gaesve Bi
43 100 Chs f E 12.24 hi. of N ft" SE'S. .. S 3.9 chs of SWU' of NE' E Club and T. J. .

6." chi of Lot 17 Leitner S-D Abner Jones .................. 4.09 S i 100 ft of N 660 tt of E 60 ft re ft NWW ef lEV V, chge
ef 'IIt.Y: DB J-64S .t' 1WW of W 435 n ef SEU ef SEU 9. 43 ............,.....,..._. 18924 Celia Stark .................. 15.35 las a additional two and oneThe Gainesville By's Glut
Lot 21 S less 70 tt 'I as '. e, 21 .. .. .. .. 17754-19 Joseph" Mary Williams ....... JM. NW ef NW4 NWU 320,
per OR 77-223 ft com at SE E 60 tt Of W 495 ft of S 100 2 20 .......o................. ISMI w WasllnctO ................ 113 hal acre addition to its pIa y- serves 1,5 boys p year
cor of lot 22 run N SOW deg 170 SEVi S PB The land be
k W 230tt539 Deg W 1113.>> tt 30.\ 21 .? ......: mtl Charlie' $"" Grlmmage .... <.Ot MAULTSBY RE PLAT-PB C-47 area. i t
S 85U deo E to POB ft lot 37 S i 154 tt of E 113"ft of W2r Lot 7 Bk 1 ............. ...... 19000 W Grimes ..................... 22.1 dedicated Saturday.The .
S of hlway ft W of old RR w 225 Cf SEU cf SEU 30, Lot 5 Bk 5 ................. .. 19009 J Tines ft Lule Hurd .........
ft E 10.24 chs of lot 38 S of hi f. ......................... 17756-35 L H Williams ................... ,.? Lots 29 30 Bk J Park-Pine 2.1 project began several
way ft Com at SW cor of lot E 120 ft of W 495 ft of S 100 PB B-45 .................. 19024 0 A Moeller ..................... 3-A People In
38 run N 4W aeg E 4.793 chs S Lots 6 7 Bk H ago when the Exchange

IS deg E 11.74 ells S 5 deg 53 .. 30 tt,of 9.N 21 17754-42 Mabel E Davis .................. U3 PB B-45 ........Park-Plne............. 19032 Abner Jones ................... 3.19SW4S yeas bought lots adjacent to
7 mln W 6.62 chs N 85 deg of NW'A less N 420 Of W Cub si
ft of 120 0? **
''r mln W 11.712 chs ft Lots 39-40 ft"f: SEW ef SEW 30.0:, 21 17756-13 M.ble Davis ft Isaac Walker .... 7.77 52S tt 34 9. 2 35 .. .1..... ... 19038 W Washington ................ 27.01 Boy's on Waldo Road.2ach .
ft lots 42 43 58 ft Ett Of lot 59 NW'A of SE'A .. NE'A $ The News
NWU Of NEU N ft W efHiway W' S
ft Lot 62 N ft E of Arredonda- Less Lot OR 51-451 )C. 0. 22 80 ... ..o .. 19043 W W ft Mary Taylor .......... 133.93 club member signed al 1 I j
Mlcanopy rd ft Lot 44 W of old 31-9-21-31 17757 Roslyn D Marshall ............. 311.43 3 Acres on W side of SAL RR of the
RR W less that part S of old Beg at N w"coV"o"f "NEU"ofNEU of SE'A of SEVi of SW'A note toward payment
Tft J RR W as per OR 92557ft run S 45 deg E to hiwayN of SE'A less 120 ft. RR-W were paid for from BELGRADE (AP) President i-
less R-W for SR-M Leitner ...... .... t........ .. 631.6' 1 line W SW'A of SE'A 9. 10. 22 339 ..-.. 19120 L D ft Bernice Whittington ..... 38.90 lot
S-D of tots 8 9 DB J-445 E 294 of 16392 Thea Scott to POB along 31, t.y21t02.C: ..I,.,..., 17761-1 McNeal ft Scruggs ............... a.AA. N'/.Wof RR 1.5hof NE'A proceeds from their annual Josip Broz Tito I 7 years
That part of lots 56 ft 57 less R-W ft HVt of SE'A ft
NVi of NEVI ef NEU ft SEWof
US hiway no 441 as per OR NEVI of NEW less that part SW'A of SW'A 9, 10. 22 339... 19120 L D ft Bernice Whittington ... 419.505W' charity ball old today. Despite age, theCommunist

105-454 less lot per OR OR 184-574 182-353 ft of NWW of NEW of NEW of SE'A E of Melros ft A land donation from Mabel boss of Yugoslavia
6 less lot as per Orange rd 34
less lot per OR "1-311 ft less NW NE cor of hlway run S ft 1333 less tt W beg 208.7ft at to 41 Inc Bk C ft less lots Voyle six months ago competed shows remarkable vigor.

lot AS per OR 201532 Leitner R C ft Thea Scott ............. .239.57N N 1124.3 ft W 504.5 ft to 5 1 to 24 inc Bk L ft less lots 1
s-D of a 9 08 J..5 14407-5 ft 9 to Runt ft 3334 Bk P the project. She is the or- -
hiway NE-ly along hiway
hiway 152 ft ft W of lake 54 57 less E N of 52 new ft 292.6 ft E 495.6 ft to Beg ft Orange ft less lots 1 to Orange 14 Inc Bk K igilad donator for the Boy's TOKYO (AP) Frst Deputy
NE Summit Sum
of tots E 8 325.3 9 DB ft J-44S Leitner. .S-D. .. .of. 14413 PC&. Doris Ashmore ......... 19.73 23 less mln com W at 1320 tt cor N S 89 1 deg deg "S N'/7 mitt of PB NW'A less. 10. 2 35. . 19157 Aline L Nash ....... .. .. .... 32." Premier Anastas Mikoyan of

S 212.4 ft Of N 344.4 ft- Of lots 56 53 min W 667.9 ft N 1 deg 02 v Bk E ft less lots 5 421 Bk 3 A six-foot chain link fence the: Soviet Union was received
min W 660 ft to POB N 89
ft W of lake Lelt. ......... 24284 ft less lots 10 11 12 21
c S7 E ef hlway Doris Ashmore
PC" 52 min W 663.98 ft to 2 device audience Hiro-
nor S-D of lots 8 9 DB J44S 14414 deg 23 24 Bk A ft less Lots 1, 2. was constructed as a safety ji by Emperior
N min
OR 147-111 21. 11. ........ 27.01 hiway 44 deg 46 E along Bk H ft less N 140 yds of E 140
Tract 20 'as.7 per. .. .. ... 164n.11 W K ft Lacy Hunter ... hiway 235 ft S 47 deg 47 min 49 yds DB 288-474 13. 10, 76 to surround the entire area. lito today. Officials of the imGainesville

..". of lot 33"Smith Add PB A- L .. Mary Ward ............ H.w sec 51 sec E 30.75 E 286.11 ft 57 ft Deg S 1 01 min 02 Cedar Park PB B-17 ... .2.. ... 19184 L B Hutchins .................. 115.55 citizens have installed penal household said he was
.. .. ... 16520.33V deg
31 ... ... ...,.. Lots 1 2 3 Bk H Cedar
Lot 49 50 62 Smith Add PB. .ALo's Marvin ft Sally Danley ....... Oil min 21 11.8 E 63 ft. ...POB.... .31... ..9... 17762 Helen C Bradley .... '........... 47.14Let PB B-1 13 10, 22 _....Par...... 19184 W P Long Adm ................. 3A a irrigation system, as well the first Russian of Cabine
.. ... . ... W'A SE'A of SE'A S of
1 less N 165 ft 32,9,21 TV* ... 17776 J B ft Martha Jumpp ....,.. 32.83NVi as softball lighting system. Engineering rank to be received by em
10 ii 12 'ii 14 ii4 ft s of NEVi of NWW E of S-235 ., graded rd IS '0. 22 1.3..... 19221-1 Beckham ft Dickerson .......... 5.43
501.15 tt ef Lot 17 ft lot 18 NE'A of SW'A of ', NW'A services were donated peror since World War II.
Smith Survey Chllds Addn 81672o-1C EC Leone Crown ............. 28.21 less less S153ftof N 210 tt ef W580fta E 420 ft ft of NE'A 14, 10, 22 50 .. 19230 L D ft Bernice Whittington .... ".12
t . less 5 Lots 1 2 Bk 14 known as NVi )>y the Perry C. McGriff Com
com on E side of S-235
OR 152-42 Smith of SE'A of SW'Hawthorne Est -
Lot as per
Survey Chllds I I Addn .PB (6m.21-13 J H ft Edna SimmS ......... 4.09 101.5 line of ft S along S R-W from R-W N PB A.120 2 10. 22 20 ....-.. 19280 Ellen Brown Heirs ............... 78.93 pany.
sec run along
t 31 . Lot 2 W Jenkins S-D DB The entire project is
SEW SEVi less R-W for S- H V Talbert .................. 84.89 334ftE210ftN 170 ft N par with 105ftE RD 165.5tt 212-260 . . ..... .. ... ...... 19324 J H ft Mildred Green ............ 3.49 estmatCABERRA (AP) Sir John
r -Aot 33. 7. 21 37 .16900 Lot 1 W E Jenkins S-D DB ed at was carie a Prize Dinner,
Lot as per DB 278-434 ft DB E 133 ft N par with rd 212-26 .. . . . .. . 19334 W L WilliamsHAWTHORNE ..................... 3.4 $3,0. I Ex
165 tt to sec tine W on sec under
304-394 ft DB 314-113 .. a lot as PB A-78 says the race for the moon is

per DB 343-295 R-W for S Stalling ........ 105.19 line W 133 ft with S par with lin rd 101.5tt Lot 4 Bk 11 DB 302-299 ..... 19378 T J Alderman ... ............... 289 Club H 0 w- fantastic and "
2.A() 35 7. 21ass. 16904 T C ft Esther to POB par 35,9,21 sec...... .380. .ft. 17788-1 Menla R C Raines ............. 27." NV o lot 3 Bk 28 ... .. ..... 19430 Abner Jones ... .. ........... 7.17 change presIdent "fute. crazy.
NEU'W of hlway DB 313 Lots 8 Bk N .... .. ward Weems Art Campbell '
NEW of W 105 tt of E 210 ft of N 31 les 5 ft 19443 Minnie F Johnson Heirs .. 103 know the point of
344 less R-W for S-200-A 2. 8 ........ 275,64 WVi of Bk 9 N 60 ft 26.

21 2.t ... ... . .... 16960-1 14'1' T Elbert C ft Esther Davis Stallings................. 43-M 210 35. 21 of. ._.NEU.. .. ....of.... .NWW._. 17788-3 Lamer Lewis ................... 4.09 10, 22 C J Walts Add ...... 19448 W P Baker ..................... 3.49 going to the moon," Sir John
1 acres per OR 119.29'0'.211 133 ft E ft W by 165 ft N ft Lot 1 Bk F Lakeview PB A-1SO .. 19550 P H Lee ....................... 2.8 said in to the Australi
1 acres per OR 119-35 10, 8. 21 ............. 35.56 . Vt acre in NW cor of NEVi a speech
..... 16960.2 Harvey Anderson S per OR 135-34435.921: .. .. .. 177884 J C ft Mania Raines 3.49
. . .
1 ... .. JrNNE ........ 54.34 of NWVi a DB 302-313 She Didn'tFall an National Science Faculties
SEW Of SEW 11. 8. 21, 40 . 1979 L D ft Elsie Berry J4, 10 22 .,.,pr..,. .......... 19547-1 T J Alderman ..................... 4.0
t of S 315 tt ef W W014. WINDSOR E OF GREEN ST N'' of NW'A of NWVi lying between Association conference in Can.
',. of NEW less R Rivers ........ 4.00N10sttof5725ftofW260ft S i of Rose St W of 1st St Campvllle ft OrangeLane
17001 Frank ft Bessie com 2.41 chs E of NE cor of Rds less N 210 ft of E berra. "I's an awfully dull
Green ft Washington Sts E on 210 ft a per DB 122-158 ft lessN210ftofW210ttasperDO For dust mountainsand
Of SWW Of NEW ft N 420 tt of Washington St 210 ft N par place just ,
S 420 tt Of E 260 tt Of W 500 with E 1st St 210 ft W par 139-587 ft less S105ftfC210 no climate."

ft 11 of ,SWIof. NE'. 13. .21.. 17022 J Brlnkley .................". '.57 with 210 ft Washington to POB OR St 191-65 210. .ft.. 17801-43-2 S Robert Head ................... <.., ft 10V a.per. ..-.DB...38-70..... -.26...10....2.. 19573 Meilonease. Taylor ...............
I410ft01W240ftof SW'Sf S of Washington St N of KingSt S 105 ttof E 210ftof N'* of 3.3 The Threat
NE'S&E220ftotW46gttefS WV* of Lots 11 12 E of NW'A of NWA DB 348-70 24, CLEVELAND AP) Quote

200 ft Of SWW Of NEW 14 .. ........................ '.97 3rd St 2.4 acres .. . .. 17803-11 Abner Jones ..................... '.23 10. 22 Vt ..... .. .. .......... 19573-2 Frank Turner ..... .. . ( -
21 3. .. ... . ..... .. .. 17024 J Brlnkleyft S i of King St N of Main St E 5 acres ef N 140 yds of SW'A .0 APMrs.of the day The Rev. Hugh E.
Lots 12 3 S ol SEW of SWW Of Bessie Rivers ...... 12.05 Lot 29 E of 5th Street. 17804-29 F H Smith .................. 14.15 of SEV.&W35ydsofN 140 ST. AUGUSTINE ( ) :
John Car.
1 21 17036 Frank S of Warren St N of Lewis St yds of SE'A of SE'A DB Dunn, president
IZ'A; ;," Of NWW N ft E Of Lots 17 19 E of 6th St .. .. . 17806-17 Joseph ft Betty Mclaughlin Jr '.'1S 305-274 less WVt as per DB Joh Frazer, an attractive 2 roll University after a plaque

Doan rd less tot IS per OR Heirs ......... 12.65 305274DB 353-144 26. 10 housewife was caring ,
102.74 14 .. 21 1 . . . 17D3f Lucindy Wilson i of Warren St N of Lewis St 22 3 ------------------------S. 19589 William ft Loretta Davis year.I honoring Secretry of Welfare
Lot 21 E of 7th St .. .. .. . 17806-21 Joseph ft Betty Mclaughlin Jr .. 7.77 3 acres sq in SE cor of SE'A 2.2' ailing father-in-law and
BRANNING 1ST ADD DB Dorothy Babb ........... 5.0381t of SW'A less E 55 n of N 100 four children ill with measles Anthony J. Celebrezze got lost
W 10 ft of lot 2 Bk 1 J H ft WINDSOR W OF GREEN ST tt 24, 10. 22 . .. ....... .
t SO ft of 170702 19407 William Gary .................. 14.75 m the mail: "I'm glad he's not
< . Babb ................... 7.77 N of Washington St Ntt of Lot PECAN when her telephone rang Mon
S 122 ft Of W 1i4 ft Of lot :3 Dianne 27 In sees 2.3 less E 3157 tt Lot 4 Bk 1 27 10. 22 .......... W4S HEIGHT Mary Mack ............... 2.89 postmaster general."

N so ft of w 100 ft of bt2 J J ft Ivy Wilson ............... 50.54 Lot 12 Bk 1 27 10 22 ........... 19472 S & Dorothy Brown ............ 2.89
ft lot 5 Bk 4 .. . .. 17074-5 Lot 27 being N 660 ft of said Lot 2 3 Bk 2, 27, 10 2 .......... 19675 J Jenkins Jr ... .............. 5.03 day.She answered and
said she
n* u it* sees W of Green St ft E ofLake ,, Lot. Bk 2 27, 10, 22 ............ 17680 Ella Rhodes .............. ...... a
BRANNING 2nd ADD a- Allie White ......... 4544 10.6 acres ... .. ... 17811-1 Belmont ft Mildred Bates Jr ... 60.88 Lot 7 Bk 2 27. 10. 22 ........... 1681 Georgia Williams ....""-..... 2.1 male voice without preamble Art Profs
S SO tt of lolL 1 8k 4 . '7079-1 Sampson 1290 ft of W 300 ft ef E 894tt Lot 13 Bk 3 27 10 22 .. .......... 19489 G S ft Ella Morgan .. ........ .. 2.8. UF

E"*" efS'tot5linbk's" 100. I7080B Wilson .....?. .............. 35.54 2 acres ot Lot N of 27 Washington per OR St.188-71 17811-7 H W ft Sally Lashler .......,.. 25.47 I Lots Lots 2 1 3 2345 Bk 4 27,Bk 10, 22 5 27......10.. 19692 Eloice Roberts Et AI .. .... .. 22.1 directed her to leave $10.0 in

ft N SOft i St N of Lewis St in the
$0ftofW100ftof101 9 S of Warren a package department

S of W 100 ft of lot 12 bit M.pton Wilson Et AI.) ......... 34.113SE'4 Lots 17 19 21 W Of 5th St 17818-17 E W ft Hazel Nalbach ......... ".12 I 21 ... ... ...... ... .. .. 19495 Ethel ft J II Jenkins.........ft ..RosaPeterson ...... of within Win Honors
. . .... ..... 70M.1 .. ......... 30." WINDSOR S OF LEWIS ST S ".65 tt Of N 89.30 tt of W St.O a supermarket
5 i 10 hk c .. ........ 17080-10 Alphonri Robinson. Rivers ......... ".fA Lots 5 t Bk 83 .. ........... .. 17821-83-5 Abner Jones ..................... 5.03Lots : 100 ft of lot 5 Bailey Survey hour. Otherwise she told
ofbk . ......''"" 17080.16( Frank ft B SSl< .......... '.31 4 9 Bk 122 .. .. ....... 17821-122-4 phifer Properties ............... 2.89 of Tillis Addn 27 10, an was

Lot Lotl 3 mt 6 .. '"III........ 17081-3 I7"4 Marten Frank 4 Wilson Irving .... .. 32.83 NVi of Bk 175 .. ............. 17821-175 Abner Jones .. . ... .. ...-.... 9.31. I PB A-39 ..... .. .... .,. ...2, 19705-2 Sophia Roberson ................ 4.69W75ttfS her house would b blown up. A picture by University of
Lot 4 6 .... Marion Rivers ....... 15.72 Com: at NW cor of Lot 13 E SO ft of lots
SWW of lot 9 bk 4/ .........."ORIGINAL 17081-9 WALDOL 150 ft SW along fence to pt Bailey Survey of Tillis Addn Mrs. Fraser promptly called Florida Photography Instructor

.......... ..... 5.113 84 ft Ea7ftNof SW cor ..... ..
lots :3 A 5 Bk 1 .. 17145-3 Betty L Powell .. of Lot 13 NW along fence to 27. 10 2 PB 11..3 OBRIAN 19704 ADON Elmon PB A.101'12 ft Martha Bennett ...... 3.1 Police Chief Virgil Stuart. They Jerry UeJsan is on exhibit

Com It SW cot bit 2 runs S 40 pt 25 ft N of SW cor ef Lot Lot 1 Bk 2 .. .. .. .... .. .. 17 Ida M Hill .. ... .. ............. arranged with a bank to prepare in the "Photography As Art"
deg E 20 tt 1\1 50 deg E 60 13 N to POB Mrs M Q Nobles Lot. Bk 2 ... .... .. ... .. .. William ............. .2.8
ft to W line 0' NE'4 of NE". NLot S-D PB A-11.S . 17822-13-1 Phifer Properties ............... '.4'1 Lots 4 S 4 7 Bk 6 .. ... ..... 19738 Bell Brlghtm.. .. ............. 1.16 a package that appeared to contain section of the Kodak Pavillion
to S line ef 1 bk 2 S SO Abner Jones .. .... ... 5.29 S i 2569 ft of Lot 16 3.11 Com on N side of hlway ft 3. and Mrs. Fraser
W to 3lot .. . 171449 Bessie' Rivers .......... 5.03 acres Mrs M Q Nobles SoD W of E line of See N 571 7 W money, at the World's Fair New
deg 1 2 bk . 17147-1 Frank ft PB A-l .. . .... 17822-14-1 Bessie King ..................... 1245: 428 ft to POB W 210 tt S 205 tt it at the supermarket as di I
lot 3 .................. 34.96Lilt let
Ilk 36 ft Bk 37 less pt as That part In lake 3. 10 21 263 17193 J T Mackey E 210 ft N 205 ft less S 100 ftofE50ft&.leIESftoW York.
less 19 Gathercole ft Davis .
37 per a DB 11.0311240. tt of Mular-. 17200) J L George ................... 77.40 5-D OR 19-403 .. . ... . .. J790S-19) B M ft Gail McDanTel Jr ...... 31.29, I Police E. J. was Uelsmann has also recently
StNW . . 64alessW6ottofE113ttofN L. Ii favorable b
key received
lots 1 2 3 4 10 11 12 bit 10 LAKESHORE t:5 PB A-1S1 10 ft 27, 10 2 ...... .. 19744 Louise ft Thretha Thomas ... 40.54 stationed the near the notce
Lots 1 2 3 A 0 10 11 12 bit 11 11251 E R ft Virginia Estes .......... 4'1.00 Tract Indicated reserved on N 75 of S 4.32 of E 100 the New York Times. instructor
Addn. DS K-417 plat of Lakeshore Homesltes department. A man later
LtOlUfS tt Of W 3.14 chs of SEV4 of four
Lpts 6 7 bk 13 Ltglres AdCln DS172SU L C Mathis .................... 33.43 S-D ft com at NE cor of reserved NE'A 27. 10. 22 ....... ... 19758 G S ft Ella Morgan ............. 4.09 Francis Lee Floyd has work i the winter
K411 tract run E 14 ft S to SlSttofNl7SttofE100HofNW' as
Lots 3 4 s 5 p a r kml" Heights a pt 30 ft E of SE cor of / of NE'A of SW'A 27, 21 entered picked the pack- issue of Cntemporar Photographer

tract marked reserved W 30 tt 10. 22 . . . . . .. .. 19828-1 Dubois ............... up ol
99.71PB May
. .. 1IJSMLets E T ft Betty Powell N to POB . . .. ...... 17939 R H Lllllebelle White ...... 350.71NW N.ple A2.5 and was arrested. Ninety te isue
B-J4 Heights. ot Lot 58 . . . 17940-58 R H ft Lilhebelle White .......... 11.4 age S. Camera.
I 9 Bk H Waldo 17266-1 Delbert Margaret Coil........ 29.15 Lots 102 103 . . . 17940-102 I N Parrish .. .................... 28.5J ii SlSftf N37sftf E 100 minutes had elapsed since Mrs.U..

Lets 1 2. Bk. .6 Willy. S-0. PB A- injl E H ft Patricia Tusslnger 0.11letsto10L That 10 part 21 133 of see In lake. . .10.. 17950 J T Mackey ..................... 18.44Iw 5 ft 27, of 10.NW'.of NEtof. SW'A.. 19828-4 Surety Mortgage Investment Co 34.03 Fraser had received the telephoned AssItant Art Prof.Tamarana Kennett;
5.04 chs of E 10.08 chs of Kerslake won a
i CPk/P3L0. Rose Y Homan 349N . ................... U.OJBk N 75 tt 0 100 tt ef NW'A threat.
17570 Nov of SEU 14. 10, 21 15 Vi 17979 Althea Smith Of NE'A .... ..
SW'A 27-10-22 six-week
S.D. of 19828-5 Surety Mortgage Investment Co and will attend seminar -
21 Ltoydsdale __d.t.'.'. .. ... ..uu.u..u........000000____. 263.44 S 7S tt of N 520.90 ft of E 10 .A Floyd pleaded innocent at his a

210 tt Et/112 clSE'A of Leckweed ft Doris Davis ...... 56.fA'' GROVE PARK PB A-5 tt of NW'A of NEV4 of arraignment and was ordered in lithography at the John
OfS ,. ,, 17488 1 ft Bk 10 Nacres of RR 4.5 27 10 22 A J ft Henrll Dubois ".72 Indianapolis
S SE'210 It ot E 210 ft ot SW'_ oft .. . .. . 18060-1 Carrie C Brown ................. 31.29 S 100 ft of W7Sftf E '751f 1121 held $10,000 bail. Herron School of Art i
of SEW OR 59-380 22. '. Surety Mortgage I Investment Bks 3 4 7.7 Acres . ... . 18040-3 Harry Sherry Kaiser .......... ISO." of NW' of NE'/ of SW'A i Indiana during

; .. WW1 Co. ... .. ........................ 81.07 E 128 tt of S 142 n of 10. 22 .. 19828-7 G E Munnerlyn 40.4V Fraser's father, Walter Jut
w"less E 39 tt ft grd. part Lot 8 . . . 18040-8-2 N H ft Rebecca Hall............ 7.77 N75ftfS150ftfC100 B. Fraser former St. Augustine and July of this year.
ot N 1200 ft E ot rd a Lot 2 Bk 9 ft tots 37 40 10.4 FT OF NW'A of H!' Of SW'A i a
less S 210 of graded rd & acres ... . .. .. .. 18040-9-1 R C Brown ...... ............... 29.tsLot 27, 10. 22 19828-8 B L I Eva Johnson and former State A Kerslake print, "The Shape
less OB l; R F ft Margaret Nesler ....... 687." 12 Bk 13 ..... .. ....... 18040-13-12 Jennie King ..................... 24.2 N 5.5 chs of E 5.5 chs of NESS 3.1 mayor has of six
R W rkl 26, /, 211 5 m1' Joseph ft Gertrude Dix ......... 9.31 ,SW'A of NH of Lot 21 ..... .... 1806021SEVi ( J W ft Josephine Pease ......... 7.17 of NE'A 28 10 22 3 19840-1 Abner Jones 1.T Senator and unsuccessful candidate of Anxiety" won one
Lot per OR 117-431 30. 1772f-% of NVi of Lot 21 .... ... 18040-21-5 G C Kite .. .. .. ................ 7.17 W 4Vj chs Of SW'A of SW'A ft purchase awards of "Ultimateillation
160 ft ot SE'4 of SW'.4 N WI7" of E 362" ofN NW'A of SE'SSfRR29. for the Gubrtri nom-
W fleet
682'1 ft a less S 127\" N 126 ft Of Bk 43 ... .. ..... 1804fr43- Willie ft Pearlie Sanders ....... fI.16 10. 22 18 .. 19854 R C Brown 2.A Concerns," the Fifth National
106$ ft a less N 300 ft 311. ,. J C ft Emma Williams 13.25 Lot 47 ft lot 48 less 1 acres as E 18'4 Chi of SE'A of SWA less i 194.
21S 17737.1 per OR 14-299 244 acres ... 18060-47 R E ft Ollivene Sullivan ....... 121.11 tots 12345675910ii Exhibit of Prints and Drawings,
ft 1,11111131.10 Mid Slate Homes. Inc 50.54 1 acres as per OR 14-299 In 1 1 16 17 IS 20 21 25 and
4ofSw ft300ot : 1 1 the Wesley
J2 of S lot 48 .. ... ..... ... 18040-48-1 J P ft hence LIndsey Sr ....... 47.44 29. 10 22 19857 R C Brown 26.0 The tiny African nation of: sponsored by
S 100 f 'OS Part of Lot 77 as per DB W 224 ft of N 220 ft of S 640 mineral Westminster Foundations al
f02210ftofW. f :\IomAO-2-1 Raymond Maggie McKInney.78.17 337-74 ... ... .... ... 18040774EV F ft Hattie Harmon ............. 20.59 ftf Ett',% chsof5E'SOf Gabon has vast
30.oft, 21E > ef A lot as per DB SWU being lot 4 29, 10. 22 19857-4 J D ft Beverly Beck 213SE.fNWwSfRR1NE'4 sources. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
0S.25 ft 0' W :]11.03. tf of S 45-523 28 10. 21 ................ 18114-1 Abner Jones ...................... 7.77Lots .
210 n of N 145 tt of 5W\4I ot Crockett. Williams .... 43.94 7 t Bk :3 Rochelle ......... 18154-1 Abner Jones ...................... 7.77A of SW'A S ef R Riess S 2'11
SEW 30. 9 21 17740-10 Mary triangular lot 'in the NE Intersection ft ft less tots OR 57-479 ft
E 105.25 tt ot W 3S1.OS: f S of the Pub rd ft RR 59-455 ft OR 593 ft OR _

210 SEW ft 30.of 'N. 1075 21.fE140,1 tof SWW of 17740-11 W S ft Blllie Sanford Jr ....... 55.42 bnd as per E DB by V-150 E F 28.Zetrouer 10 21 ..lot. 18182-1 Abner Jones ..................... '.91 53 ft OR 13 ft OR i Ar 5

I 100 tt of N All E of paved rd also com at 48-195 aOR 82-231 ft less W210ftofS1050ftaless

tt Ot W 718.95 tt 01 SOl SEW 17742-4 J A ft Rosetta Taylor .......... 61.12of SW cor of Grace Addn run S OR 'r
30.Si00ftofN523ftofEh11.0ft 9 21 52 deg E 142.8 ft to POB N 84-519 ft l OR419 ft lessOR rx
77 deg 21minE 102.1 ftS10 ...... 19841 R C Brown ............. 29.0 '

9. W 21 718.94 tt ol 541 ol SE"30.. I774''5 T W McCloud .................. 44.77 log3136km2 thence E S-ty line along of N 210 104'hftfS1042Y ft of that part of. ft NEVi of W ofSWV4

S 100 Ot N nSf Of E 1199 rt E line ef lot 3 bit 2 to SE cor N of rd 29. 10. 22 ... 19841-7 J L ft Velva Rush 7 ."

of* W t 7'US 21 ... SVH... ..01...SEWiv 1174M T W McCkwd .................. 53.21I eflot3bk2N52degWlong S line of Grace Addnto 5261.SftfElOSftofW210ttof that part Of NEW of SW' I _

*21lOOftfN12Stt&E.H.ttl POB Grace Addn PB A-41 N of rd 29. 10. 22 ..._"191.1 H S ft Elizabeth Butter 57.*

el W 718.95 tt el SV4 el SEW 177A2. Oliver ft Helen Watts.......... St... S1011ftf Rochelle E27Sftf. ... ... ....NWAM .... 18193-3 Abner Jones ...............:..... 13.1 N 2' ft E ef 10'S *1251 ft tt of o W'2'. .

M'OI'N 925 ft'of E 1199ft ft SWV. ef NEW ef SWA 29. ."_ '".' B L" Oneta Davis .
$11W 71895 ol SV> ot SEW 30. wW'i 10. 21 14.4 .. ...._... 18225 M Bradley Heirs ............... 40-44 Lot as' per OR 151-41 29. 10 -1 512
CI.rk. ....
Williams .... 44.84
e. 21 .. 17742-f M NVi of Lot 5 Evinston DON 22 ... 9,5 Modern Homes Construction 47.* 9r Cr..
100 tt of" N- i $ 'ff d E 1199 .. 595 32. .. ..' 18347 AT" Rosette Smith .......... 48.40 N104 ft of W 210 ft of S '3 ft C .
% Of SV* Ot SEWA 11.111viMi .\ I of NESS Of SWU 29. 22
83885 ft DB
'| W 9. II 17743-11 Oliver ft Helen Watts ......... 43.94 Etc N-S9S ef 32.Let 11. 21. ..... 18354-4 J H Taylor ..................... 3.4t v* .. .. . .11.. 19841-23 S A Fountain ... 4N309ftofS834ftofW21 .

S1oOftfN12SftoIE11t.1M.f W 838.85 tt el S.* Ot SEW 30 1//4U-XJ Utysses ft Annie Cobb ........... 68.2AD' N 32.70 11.yds 21 of Vi W 35 .yds .ef tot. 3 183523 Alice Williams .. ................ 3.49 t ft of NE'A of SWU N of graded.10561.2R C Brown S S/.J-'L S_ ; S
rd 29.
91 Lot 1 Lochloosa Gar dens 10. 2. |JSV _
S100ftfN32Sttf W100ft I N9. 1 ...... .. .. 183542-1 J C ft Geneva Anderson ....... 31J9 I grt ft 2 o of grt /i
W 14 4-11 SPORTSMAN HAVEN 1ST ADD OR "-uOf lot as per DB 31S ft S.
oflswi.rei: SE'E 30. 9.VoO . .. J S ft Faye Davis Jr ........ 22.13 less tot as per DB ft
acres J E ft Betty Edwards .......... 45J2 Lot 16 .......... .. 18354-49-14 3
." . . ... 17743-3 Lot 44 .. ........ ........... 18354-49-44 H H ft Patricia Beckwltn ....... 24.4 less l a per OR 5- ft
I ft of N423ft04WItOft Lot n h. .. .... .. 18354-49-72 R R Wheeler .............. )C." less OR 15 ft 100 ft
7 3-11 cres 1 Park R-W per 30. 10 6 { 1
2 Cross Creek 171-2
acr"s of SWW el.oSE'i130.10. .. 17743-4 Napoleon I ft Beatrice Filer -... 77.40 Lots PB E-7 .... 1135+39.1 G W ft Cora Bass ............. 138J W21ftfE2SOttfN2lft 22 I ._.-... "'7 R C Julia Brown 2844:

: 11tt 12 acres as per DB 317-45 21, .................. 5-49 1
S2:00 H ,fN126fto1W 12. 21 h.i 1835445-1 D M McKay .- of S 6 ft ef that pr Ii
of W Oi5Wta SEE. 13061 NEtS of NEtS a, NWA of SE'A grt 33 3 11 ... 19870-3 W C Cltlend A.o 1 '
J E ft Betty Edwards .......... less 9 acres 'in NW ear OB All frac l following -
21 ..S .. .: 177434 42.42 302-309. 21. 12. 21. n 18354-84 Rose Y Homan .................. 1-37 described tots 2 4 1.b91BkSalots E i k 3z y
of ft BIRD BEACH 010BkltaW43ftfBknaloll
s0rwVf3Mtt of 130.60. Lot 3 ft Wh ef Lot 4 OR 123 t. 45
of SWW 0, SEW 15-352 18397-3 L R ft Kathleen Dennison ..... 324J9 Bk 13 ft tots 13141514 BkilalofsS67BkIS&Ny
acres |?MM OHte ft Margaree Gibson ...... 7JJ4 of .
21 EVi of lot 4 ft lot 5 as per
S loo ttf NUS" of w 100 ft OR 20-14( . 18394-4 E L ft Rebecca Dennlson ....,. 84J9COQBum
OfEl611 ft Phillip ........ 133.33 Bk 14 Magnesia Spring ft
7 3-11 acres Lot 31 as OR 4-342 ...... ... 18394-31 -
Scrii Of SWW Of SEW 30. 9 : Lot as per per OR "-95 30. 8. 22 18422-4 J. ft Evaryn Stephens ......... 143J4 less com at SE car of Bk 1 have
Levis ft Dorothy Strickland ... 54.02S ftWSUftN a
214100ft.0N13Sft.fWlooft 1774M S part 223 ef ft NW of N ef 872J SEW ft tying ef S that ft ft runs E 10 POS 31. 10. 22 10 e 1987 I C ft JulIe Brown ............ .219.91EVofBktfttotBkSft I Forda people

W 7 )- of E E ef read 30. .. 22 -----.l$121.2 W. ft Yvonne Head .......... 18J1
of 1361 and
% af tots 1 2 3 b* 13 ft tots 13 living
r.. of SE10 Samuel Johnson ............... 51Uft S 483.97 ft ot NV of SEta tying _
21 17743- S" E of road 34 8. 22 ".SA ._ 18431-3 L C ft Gloria Batter .......... 27J1J 141314bk141.lotiS47SBk tt go .
ft MVi of BK U Magnesia
1025 rt Of W 100 15
100 ft of N N212ftf E lit ft of W
19878-2 C Brow .
DB N-312 134J
ef W 1 S11'acres of E 421 ft e* that part of NWA of Springs I
4-11 acres el SWW ef SEW NEU S ef hhvay 32 .. 22 1 18440-1 C ft Ella Young ............. 74JN Lets 9 bk H Magnesia BEAM .
30.14 9. 21. 1774318S J E ft Betty Edwards .......... 5341 N 12 chs ef W 11 ens ef NEUef Springs l' N-312. .. 1987810E J ft Janice.Tpton 71.92E' JIM *
iiiffte.W' ios it ._. Estate ...... 49.78 f E.. NWA ef NWA .
18453-1 Mary
mitef n SWU 32. 8. 23 12 Wi. L ..... .
of E 14 4-11 I 34.10.2211. . 198R C Brown ............. 7J
of W 7 3-11 acres 100 ft en Ave per OR
acres Of SWW Of SEW 30. '. 138-250 Vi ... ....... 18470-4 Mitten ft Tina Harmon ......... 7f.33 N 14.71 chs of W 14 eta fNE'a Bourbon
Erwin. Role ft 3. W 840 CMef The World's Finest
17743-11 Clara Johnson 44J4 of NWVi less -
S 25 100ftf .i"1f3tfwt00ft N 175.NV M ef that per ef E SVkef ef S 4.71 ens 33. 18. 22. 21 ,. R I M Heirs ............. 14,92M2QOtteSMft .
I 3 f of

aces ofWl3-10acresfE146-11* **... ot sE'a 30. ,. Vii 3.. 22 Ave 10J Lake 18514 E E Whiting Est .......... A Lot 12 W of RR 22, 11. 22 Y 20047 L D ft Bernice Whtttington ... 78.33. 1795 is of the scene. 7I i
... .
17743-12 Cotes ft Sellers ft Wives ... 8.97 Lots I 7 8 9 per N 0 t0S349ftOfLM12Wt sic
2| Par par
S100ftfW100ftfw2111 Ca 4S-42+428 4. 9. 22 111 Roger ft Charter Will 31345 R R 22 I 2. 2 Li" Caretyfi Dvrtfen 41J-

acres et E -14 30.4-11 9, 21 acres elSWW 1774313S J E ft Betty Edwards ............ L37, Lo 1 Bk 1 Less R-W Orange 18582 WE" EI$1 Kite S........... 14.15 She is MK >CS7 S I wua 1140 .;"\i ,. '

100 ftefofSiE" 100 tt ef W 7 .tMtP"k 1 Orange I Tax I urns 1 M I C aawn. KM. c..
et E 14 6-11 acres .. 1160 ft .. 2741 AJachua County
3.11 acres ,
M SWU Of SEU 30 f, 21 .... 17743-14 J E ft Betty Edwards .......... L37 Let per :Six .,, 22 :::::: 11452-22 ': ft r= :. :: 30-49



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i What's your problem? For a ..eftR.ght r

P enl reply, writ to Abby, Box 3365. r7

TrainingAbigail Beverly H.IIi. Calif90212.. ad Z

; Mtr'Jiff include a aelf-addrnl.d stamped en*
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I1L5LICE .BE SURE 10 TS.L' ...
I DEAR ABBY: The letter from "ONE BOY'S MOTHER"has DEAR ABBY: I read in your-column that a mother was upset ND LOVE 1n TAKES ME Rvp I'0 Uit>: THE FOLKS BACK

been on my mind ever since I read it. Four years ago because she believed that her 17-year-old son had been in- // OF T>aI5 DEUC'ICIIlS' R A1 ZEJJ. NOME HOW
my boy went into the Navy. He was a good Christian boy troduced to drinking In the Army. Your answer, was A-OK ALL ABOARD FDR COULD STUFF WITH OU SUVIKJGFOOM y Ot1R X7U.,., ANDAStAB "' TASTY' : ''
then. My neighbor told me he wouldn't be "good" long. but I'd like to put in my two cents' worth: THEULSA..V FLOOR? C>F LAWN ..LO& OIJA511
Abby he is a better Christian today than he was when he First of all, none of the armed services encourages drinking \ t

went in. He neither drinks nor smokes. The Navy ,doesn't of any type, and anyone who is under age cannot legally .,.....
make our boys do anything they wouldn't do if they were buy drinks ON or OFF a Military Installation. Of course there

home. Don't blame Uncle Sam. He had him for only a few are always some idiots who will buy drinks for kids. But Z

months. His mother had him for 17 years. The Good Book that can happen in your own home town or neighborhood.As ==
says "Train up a child in the way he should go; and when you said, Abby "It takes two to violate the law-the 1 q,4f
r he is old he will not depart from it." (Proverbs: 22:6): ) buyer,and the seller." And the Army sure isn't one of them. <


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Joe risks up I 3
Kittridge somewhat maligned and slan- Secret Storm
awards, including "Pro-
his life in an attempt to dered woman."
young i
of the Year." Popeye'g
gram The
persuade an escaped murderer ...."
4:25 "-- -
O News
to surrender. The As television award shows go, gram was made by an independent I ALWAYS THOUGHT
the NBC packager David Wol- i ANY
wanted man is Joe's old progr.m was long on MAN WHO WOULD ON THE
Army buddy. Tonight'sstory irony and envelope-opening and CD Movie lAP A WOMAN AROUND FOR YOU TO PAY!...I DONT KNOW
I was originally seen short on entertainment. CBS per.NBC WAS A CONTEMPTIBLESLOB IT WOULD MAKE ALL m SURE OF 15 THAT..WHEN
was second with nine "The Came
Corpse DELDtt
on "G.E. Theater" in which officially turned its backon ME FEEL BETTER You STARTED OUT THAT DOOR.
awards and ABC had C.O.D. A movie
five. actress!
the ceremonies
1959. Simon Scott Lee up
receives a box of dress WENT WITH YOU! .
Marvin. the lion's share of the awards13 Even if the voting methods oi ,
goods as well as a
O Election Returns. in all, with five going to the Academy of Television Arts both C.O.D. George '

O You Don't Say the "Dick Van Dyke Show," and Sciences can be criticized, Brent, Joan Blondell, ;; 1

O Science Reporter four to "The Danny Kaye Show" it would be hard to quarrel with Adele Jergens Jim Ban-I J _
( In Tijuana Mexico ev ry. and three to "The Defenders." the final results. non."Amazing. I

THE Russell Baker !I 1r : ,

OBSERVER By r __ iEiE) -


II ........ 2; ( 'I' !

Sfrill tjork QtnttS; or te had gotten some hot tea into man's game, squash. And yet, !" the young man < r I /1 I .

dm he started off more calmly. though young he is affluent. blurted. u 4;' 4 I (- ;
NEW YORK Holmes andI "Mr. Holmes I need jour After the match remember we _
were seated tranquilly one help," he'said."Quite see him enter a restaurant es- "Quite," said Holmes. "Lookat a

foggy evening in his, rooms in so," said Holmes. corting a young woman dressedin our young friend Watson. > .
Baker Street he swabbing his What do we see, he wears a a : ; V
\ 'And I have needed yours for Paris fashion. We see that &
cocaine needles in blue funk c several; weeks now. I believe the it is an extremely expensive 1 burberry, a thornproof suit anda H I 3 1

and I dozing over a back issue same; question has had both of: restaurant of a sort that no pair of Church's'waterproofshoes. ent.J .___
of "Lancet," when an agitated afford : Clearly, he is an American
l is puzzled. What you want to young man can unless he
young man burst past a protesting know, if I am not mistaken is,' has an expense account, has I who feels so insecure that III I / II Iu
p Mrs. Hudson and with who is the ale man?" I embezzled the company funds, he must advertise his taste as II I ;4 ti VAL, V/E KNC1/ I !

I a'' beseeching gaze, cried out, I could tell from our visitor'sstartled or has inherited wealth. European. daresay he has a YIr=N R'S TWc TO

"Mr. Holmes! Thank God, cyou're cry that Holmes had "Amazing Holmes!" I Jaguar saloon garaged in West- WrAT : LEFT MY QUIT WCZK7
in." i ir port. This cigarette butt in his Twe K WATG4 Wt"e
lit the mark cleanly. blurted.
cuff shows that he has moved rr
r Holmes leveled him with a "But. but ." he stam "Elementary" he murmured, <:
I and to astonishment 1 up to Kents. The first-class bag ; *
piercing gaze my I mered. tuning a violin string. "Notice, a 2'Tc
his greatcoat in-
tag on
for the fellow worea "But how did I know?" Watson, that in this expensive ;gage
dicates that he cannot bear to
,wild expression and the most I Ii Homes interjected. "It was restaurant he does not order
i beastly provincial cloth i n g. Holmes addressed him as persuade him to think poor. LI
Holmes smiled thinly. orders ale. Very revealing, that
though he were the oldest acquaIntance "Amazing Holmes, simply "We are dealing not with a "Do demanded."I you mean-'Z". young .K
in the world. amazing!" I blurted. man of means, but a man of

f, "I've been expecting you," "Not at all Watson" he said. beer mentality. Now we also mean, sir, that you are the := !L7, /d /n ,
Holmes said pulling on his j"You see I too have been trying have radio clues. In -the radio ale man, who is nobody other

j dottle. j for several weeks to deduce commercial surely you have than the typical ,young American -

"But Holmes, I blurted, 1 the identity of the ale man. Ac- heard it between innings the on the way up..
f j ale is advised by telephonethat "But I touch the stuff I TOLD MY FATHER THAT X3UTZJEP AND OeA'EOJ LY FATHER BOJEVES EVERYTHING I
"(Juite' right Watson. I have ]I his jet to Rome Is on time. he protested. LOST YOURoe WERE INSOLENT THAT I HAP VVOtl/ XX ATOUXWEP: Zu SEE THAT s +?
never seen this young man before I made the case more difficult He plans to leave the country. "You will now," said Holmes, = TO KJOC YOU OUT OF THE CAR"r + XX 6ET X3.K; JD6 BACK

in my life." I than it was." After getting his flight informa- "just as surely as you wear .. ,I_

"'Holmes, you are amazing Then you know who the expensive' British clothing. drive' a European ., S
I expostulated but he no longer :man is?"_ both the young m I car fly first-class and cj ?'figt

heard me, for he was piercingour and myself asked in unison. ale. Do you see the truth now, move up from cigarette to cig =: Y I

young visitor with his steely: "Indeed said Holmes. Watson?" arette. Would you care for more < \I

eyes.. "Amazing i Holmes!" I "God, Holmes!" I blurted, tea?" __

"Come man," he said impatiently blurted "But bow did you di'rover s- "the man is an embezzler!" The young man stared nerv- I POH'T INTEN2APOLDGIZIN6

"get out of that foggy it?" "Nonsense," he snapped. "He uosly toward the pantry, "You r FCRSosAET
burberry and sit by the fire.: "Consider what we know ol f! is none other than our young wouldn't by chance have an Isj LhSTENING rAt : ,uNG : lrON7ws

Obviously puzzled by Holmes' the ale man," Holmes said, friend here who is also puzzled ale?" he asked."Amazing. LEEDS /

unruffled mariner our visitor "We have seen him on television about the identity of the ale Holmes!" I
did M U VAX bade and when playing squash. A young;: man." ? blurted. <-


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18 Gainesville Sun Tuesday. May 26 1954

Cooper and iron pyrites are The three-stage Saturn V roc: Summertime 6 SPECIAL NOTICES 14-Sales HetpWjnUJOPPORTUNITY
major exports, from Cyprus.LAST ket that will blast American as : CoPy Line Away

tronauts to the moon will de' Odi's 15 plus Pharmacy Tax KNOCKS!

liver a thrust of 7,500,00 116 Central Plaza (Next to Wtnn You've read about fabulous VIllage
Dixie) I.D.L. Drugstore.ALUMNAEusWho. Green. Nowhelp sell HI

1 1X11JL pounds. Of the Grate OutdoorsBy ? licensed Excellent Real earning Estate opportunity salesman.for

Local I Personalities Allen Dormant sales manager.
Hugh Edwards Inc. 372-1551

\ TIMES TONITEShowtime .....:::::::::;..... DONALD KAUL women don't swear I don't know bow 8:00' Thursday P.M., Channel May 28 5 16 Work Wanted Female

7:30 i fmd Ck.JI !- Society, by its very nature, relies doors during the children survive, they rq iMi .4 a Baby. Sitters. Child Cart WANT )lob as practical nurse or
companion Call FR '-31'.
heavily on its myths for sup- Indoor cooking eaten anything in a

... .... ,.r port. People generally are uncomfortable claim. And it is, The hot weather has tak r ) TINY TOT 17 Work Wanted Malo

I ... ...... in the face of the food, which is away their ,appetites." So 'PLAY SCHOOL' WANTED lob as master barber city

214 NW ;3'th unknown or when confronted by can say for kids go hungry. Visit us end see for yourself. & state permit. Call 2408 E. Univ.
A.) 24 SE tth St. FR 4-7804. _Ave Phone 37 -7U3.
AIM U OCII.I an unpleasant truth, so they is an unexplained with a cook who has PLANNED awaits
program your
make up stories that explain fact that ,outdoor the techniques cul pre-sctool youngster at JACK 18 Schools & Instructions

away their discomfitur matter how hot primitivism eating out ;? &Music JILL programs NURSERY educational SCHOOL.

cold when served. leaves to be de film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrL Real Estate Exam
These stories make the something
up .
1331 S.W. 19tti St. FK 6MOO.Employment
I 1 II' I'N 'Hun, mythology of the society. Women have .i' ATTEND COURSE First lesson free.

monstrous fraud half of their HOWElL'S BUSINESS COLLC,,6
i A One of the that guests spend
ii i 2 fOG H--ee P..-'.,.2e'"'.50f!. great myths COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave
upon the vanity clutching at paper plates, FR. 4-3507, 3723727.
now bolsters the American civilization
lJ t NOW! 3 LAFF HITS! I, is the fiction that food bands. to keep them from being ..1I MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for
lrwNNCi'; Open 7:00 Show at 7:45 CIVIL SERVICE
IrcPJ First of all The otherha! of
I t tastes better when eaten out- away. Examinations. For Information
. 2nd FEATURE See 2 Hits Late as 9:30 doors. men that the time is spent retrieving BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS send name address & Phone No.
At 7:45 I Earn to S5 hour demon Key Training Service. 112 w.
up per
4-G-Mp.- i all men; plates that have been Adams St., Jacksonville.
stratmg famous Studio Girl
M:11: TONY RANDALL I This is a relatively recent In- that men have away. Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. SPEEDWRITING Shorthand

funnie 7 Faces of Dr. Lao Phone 374-4334 after 6- TYPING BOOKKEEPING
0RDm :vention. The caveman didn't ent for cooking. bugs, of course, consider HOWELL'S BUSINESS
bin1'\ :think much of eating outdoors "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER 218 W. Univ. Ave. COLLEGI
COLOR ; would-be cook cookout as an ideal oppor- new management. Open. FR 6-3507.

; wcddi C\'Cf.i BRtLXEPANAVISlON : d that's why he searched out I frame of mind. to hold a convention. It I ings for fashion directors. Part SIX weeks junior typing class!
time or full time. For appoint Summer school. Registra t I iOn
"-MCTJtOCOLM 2nd Hit at 9:30 caves to live in. Before he a mystery why so ment. call 372-7C49. June 8. Howell's Business College,

JACK LEMMON II The charm of open air dining pening he's in people who would never OFFICE MANAGER to take full 218 3507.W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-
----- ---- ------ of all office routines
I the Yum Yum our
I i escaped our pioneer forefathers wearing a silly of ordering mosquitoes end records. Including handling 28

SEE Tree almost entirely. After:ing over a hot their meal at a restaurant r4WIAWkL most conditions correspondence.and pay Good, with workIng ex- Livestock & Supplies

enduring months of fresh air,fun I while his wife amiably accept mosquitos ceiient future for girt or woman WANT? AN ECONOMICALL Y
' 3rd Bonus Hit Luxurious. warm! Wear this all- able to assume responsibilities.No PRICED FEED? Then try CPA
Jane FONDA Jim HUTTON while camping out on the trail, drink. back yards. year cable (ackef over slacks shorthand required but must Cooperative Mills 14 per cent
"HiNeighbor" the first thing they did on I He matter how skirts dresses. be good typist and know some Production Dairy part pulleted.
can densely
Period of Adjustment Knitted in one piece from neck bookkeeping. See Mr. Sandeferat Ideally suited for feeding on
" I reaching their destinations was hamburgers insects swarm or irritations down. including raglan sleeves. Use Rutherford 103 W. Univ. Ave. pasture. Special for May only.
knitting worsted. Pattern 567: directions No phone Inquiries please. FMX Gainesville
or Alachua.
I i : build homes to protect themselves make a a wife will smile through sizes 33-34 34-38 Included. COUNTER GIRL for cafeteria line Phone FR 2-1095 or 441-2105.

I I from the elements while I all his wife will tranquil in the knowledge Thirty-five cents In coins for for each this and soda fountain. Apply College SHETLAND Pony Gelding, 'very
15 cents
S pattern -; add Inn ma W. Univ. Ave. No phone gentle. Well
broke. SiooT
they ate. I "These burgers she doesn't have to lift a pattern for 1f- 1.S mailing and calls please. Stietland mare in fold $100. 1
WITH Last A contemporary man, otherwise marvelous dear. special Wheeler.handling.Gainesville Send Sun to Needlecraft Laura- old colt. gentle S5S. Small Bay

[t JIM WATSON Times SHE sane, will build himself a I how you do it. the end of the meal she Chelsea Depf.Station. P. New O. Box York 161 11.. N.Y.Old UNIQUE who positions qualify for open personaln now for e ladies d- mare horse.Florida.will$125.fold 434-1366 l in July.. High Good Springs cow

I) 'I 3 $35,000 shack with central air flavor is just out consent to scooping up the Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER services. VivIan Woodard Pres- -
ZONE. tige Line Cosmetics, personal In-
r AND ON _., conditioning, then rush out onto and so good for and dumping it into NAME BARGAINI Big new 1964 Needle- terview In the privacy of your 30 PETS & SUPPLIES

t!'his hot, humid patio to give the She's probably craft Catalog over 200 designs home. Call 374-1480 for appoint
, only 25 cents! A must if you knit. ment. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good
I! JUNE14th 1"r41.W ,: old rotisserie a whirL way and doesn't know, it's'true," she crochet quilt, sew embroider.. Send"sPEOAL BE A FASHION 2-0033.for watch, stock, and pets. FR

!. ,.. t, The myth of the attractiveness she eats or not. "Food really does taste VAlUEI 16 COMPLETE SHOW DIRECTORNO GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all
'' of outdoor is dren who suffer.If outdoors." QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe new delivering or collecting. car shots.
eating largely
; S ready to go. Shown
; } week
HEAR ; Quilt Book. For beginners experts.Send necessary. Call Connie Robbins.FR
.., :. l the invention of It they refuse to eminent Lover of the days after 7 P.M. all day Sat.
x "'. '.:. ."Jt 4"iIlf women. ; an 50 cents now 6-1968 after 6:30 p m. and Sun. See Don Carney. *"
HOWARDWATSON ( : "' 'J" ;- ./j serves to disguise an unpleasant that dad cooked Indoors, informed of this, CASHIER good salary good NW 11th Ter.MINIATURE .
I t ;,""<$f; but unassailable truth quick to say: said: "Better than what?" house hours. Apply Restaurant in person 14 SW Wonder-1st Dachshund Puppies
I '- : St.. AKC reg. 6 wks.. 2 males & 2
/ Sears.
t, >t-... ..\.Pt females have had shots. $50. t
i 8 ; ; {: \ WANTED experienced Legal Secretary _Phone 6-3800. 2923 N.E. 10th St.
ft V"
to begin work on or be-
j 3 ProfessorsAt
CLINCH COUNTY THEREIS fore June 1. Salary commensurate BEAGLES for sale partially trained .
2 i_ (c) New York Timn I with experience and ability. and some have shots $20

AGRICULTURAL NT'' by Fringe benefits. Blue Cross and N135.and S30. Good Stock. Phone
I 4 Blue Shield. For Interview contact
uctbn 1JD UF Take I James E. Clayton. Phone FOR SALE AKC
I ALAN TRUSCOTT registered ChIhuahua -
"' .
6:45 PM J ---l f1} 372 9591. pupplesJ also Collie pup-
/A r pies. Hubbard Circle Grocery,
e1! ;1 For the NORTH EXCHANGE HOURS FOR CASH Milhopper and Kth Ave 4-3324

ON I sprdti: New Posts year the 4K3 EHRBAR KITTEN RANCH offers
OPPORTUNITY for (3) women to its select herd for your free se
: al team has had V 1062 make good money in I businessof lection. 81S N.E. 7th PI. after

d'HOLU ,liiBe ::: Three professors at the University to play like 4 J 10 2 once.their Representing own start Avon.earning Call FR at 5 day.:30 weuk FR 2')717.BEAUTIFUL days) Sat. and Sun. all

I 12 UW orndffcBed' of Florida have resigned but to miss the Q J 10 7 5 WORTHWHILE 2-0421.) and loving_male Ger-
EAST GOOD experienced typist for part man Shepherd pup $05. Avail
to accept appointments al t The United time work. please do not applyif anytime. 3136 East University

W'FGATV@nIl1tl Florida's newest university,,, Sam Stayman and Q J 8 2 4109754 Stringfellow.not qualified. Call 376-7511. Mr. _Ave.. Cottage 1.

; lLA4TItM nUUttTIMAMUICAM Florida Atlantic in Boca Raton,, ell, both of New V 94 WAITRESS. night shift. Apply Lar. 33 LOTS FOR SALE

JACKSONVILLE i PREMIERE,SUNDAY.DEC.22 according to a news release Robert Jordan + Q9765 Ave.rys Restaurant 1225 W. Univ.

J J inson both of 46SOUTH BY OWNER 1
from AFU. ,
WANTED Negro beautician. Inquire
II BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof
(D) at 507 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-
probably played N.W. 22nd Street. 110' xl55'
1 They are Allen W. Greer, Eng. .6 _4784 after 6pm. Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200's180' -
i l lish instructor at the UF's University American team with view and privileges
/ College; Charles B. ed, but could not V Q875A4 READINGIN 12 Male Help Wanted of Clear Lake. 376-5 i 09. ,

/4 Beautiful 3 Acre Tract Entered by
the remarkable
COUNTER MAN for cafeteria
Franklin Jr., assistant professor a 60 ft. Wide Private Drive. NW.
AK9432 and soda fountain. Apply CollegeInn
the Italians. Section. Out of City Limits.E. .
and James B. Montgomery,, 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone C. ""CURLY"KUEHN
West were vulnerable. calls please.MECHANIC. .
) both of the College of Business; Stayman's 438 N. Main St. .
bidding: experienced. Good FR -2032 Broker FR 4-4544
\ Administration. ding methods working conditions. Excel lent S
the West North East pay. See Service Manager Bark. LOTS
Greer, who expects to receive throughout D'ble 2 N.T. Pass ley Motors. FR 22583.

his Ph. D. from the University did not in any Pass Pass Pass DRAFTSMAN full time permanent SALE Near new OR LEASE V.A. hospital COMMERCIAL S acres
position. Experience In civil engi-
; of Florida in August, has chell's flare for led the ace of spades. THE neering drafting required. 5 day Archer appr 4 Rd.acres. call plus N. side of
in the bidding. week. 2 wk. paid vacation. Group
been with
the UF since 1958. life & hospitalization avail. For MARY MOELLER. REALTOR
His appointment at FAU is effective Mitchell had a the two no trump bid app?. call FR 22591. 1019_W University Ave. FR 4-4471

September 1. cess with a a king less than his part GOOD reliable meat cutter wanted. 34 Waterfront Property
Eastslde Market. Apply in person.
the start of the
Franklin has been on the UF was entitled to expect, bu SUN ROUTE SALES MAN. Sealtest

., f faculty one year, having joined misfortune against Canada to 22561'I was little danger of get for Division aggressive has young an opening man WINFRED Reg. Broker H. ,CRAWFORD specallzlng In
from Auburn the partnership into trou. between 24 or 35 yrs. of age to LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.
TONIGHT 9:00 WUFT-TV S CHANNEL 5 University. Mont described by one sell SEALTEST products on an AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose,

i gomery has been associated commentator established route. The man we're GR S2981.ON
with the University's Bureau of as seeking is hardy has lived In the THE GULF
understanding." naturally continued to 'I ANl Gainesville area for the past 12
months and has stable Cedar Shores
and Business Re a employment Key
LAST DAY FOR "TOM Mitchell was hearts, no doubt expect. record. If you meet these
Their qualifications In fcr Other Properties
"I JONES"e appointments are apply person to
Stayman was reach five clubs, and was Mr. Schaffer at the Univ. Inn Motel David AndrewsCedar
STARTS August bid was North's as anyone when between 5 P.M. and I P.M.
Tuesday. May 26 or between Key. 3841
over West's passed. East might per ADS A.M. and 4 P.M. Wednesday May
AIR heaT
\ 27 or Thurs.. May 28. CONDITIONED. gas
tII Reds Detained Any strong have worked out what completely furnished 2 bedroom
WANTED Caretaker Lake Place.
on Cowpen Lake 22 miles
II Olivia deHavilland warns you: I Tie Management warns automatically was doing, but he passed Must be sober and have refer. East of Gainesville. Price $8800
take double ences. Furnished house and good Terms available. Phone FR 43672 -
I' "DO NOT SEE 'LADY IN A CAGrALONE yoi: Because of its BERLIN (AP-U.S.) military out salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry Co. .
police detained a Soviet military trump is an "idle" 200 W. Univ. Ave.
!It is a shocking picture I frank nature we also the lead of the BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwanrwe
sedan for 75 minutes in West L perts give it a BOYS WANTED with bicycles (no River at Rock Bluff. Call 3744140. -
-' -with a terrifying themel! So I urge you: 00 NOT SEE and another spade, Stay. scooters) for morning paper .
Berlin today a U.S. spokesmansaid. meaning: a good routes ages 12Va to 14. Call
take somebody along and hold I UDY IN 1 CASE ALONE!" I attacked trumps in the FR 1-4451 anytIme.CABINET BOOMING STEINHATCHEE "Trout
suit and redfish at "
opener's your dOCk. 3
.on to them-for dear life! J hope of making eight t MAKERS choice riverfront lots some lots
The action was in retaliation I strength, and a When the You Wanted Immediately: cut out on deep waterway priced from
certain A trumps failed man bench & formica man. S1.OO. High timbered lets overlooking -
i I Ii for. similar detention of an I game. he went down four, los Write or apply to Custom Cabinets waterway from $300. Good
1 WHAT HAPPENS American military sedan in for the bid would 251ft NE 18th Ter. GainesVille terns.; C, Alton O'OuInn, O'Quinn's .
: cards in the East and West could Fla. State qualifications, Stelnhatchee Fl..
: East Berlin recently. pleased with the result age & experience.
k MN THIS ELEVATOR 10 or 11 high-card 35 Houses for Sole
I it was clear that they TWO MEN WANTEDto _
'I : Weak assist In
me business. Car
? my 4 BRTBatliThne in N.E. Sectwn. -
ii_ I This treatment I have made four spades. Can necessary neat in appearance. Den. screened porch aircond .
UlSNOIFOBlHEWEAKISIERIlAPS.NOf Some astronomers have suggested a diamond from the Age 20-35. Call Mr. Haney Wed ;t:on'nq, central heat. Price
__ responder to nesday only f to ':30 A.M. sharp. $14.900 $600 down ,./. 2809 N.E.
--. I that cosmic rays may er's suit as a hand, declarer need lose FR 471)0.DISHWASHER. 10th St. Call 2-4455

I have made moon dust danger- I one diamond, one club and apply In personWonderhouse PROF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3
measure, and Restaurant 14 S.W. Br. 2 bath wooded lot 140 x 210.
ously radioactive I spade. 1st Street behind Sears. Faculty neighborhood. 3434 S. W.

EVEH FOR I ; IHE STRONG! wlauld have been COOK, White married 30 to 55 20th St.

t VINYL FLOOR TILE move with the good result nearly yr. t hour day S day week FOR Sate or trade. New 4 SR.
North. Buy vacation sick leave. social security home located in Westmoreland
: in a loss because the
II 42 COLORS IN STOCK and state retlrment bene Estates. On city sewers paved
1 in But Mitchell States East-West fits. For Interview contact Personnel St 2 Ig. bam Rms., Ig family
1I ) Ot* PER pair Director Sunland TrainIng Rm. & living Rm.. dining area.
I IU.7 TILE ly that the : to five spades over Center P. O. Box 503 Central bent; built-in kitchen !including
I \ Gainesvll'e: Fla. or Phone 376- GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
: _ Sinclair Eaton Co. I ably make game j jI clubs, which would have 5381 Ext. 362. walk to schools close to
major suits, and I down U of F medical center FHA
j 500. But the Cana WANTED sign painter In Ocala
716 N.
OLIVIA deHAVILLAND I Main St. on a bogus show North selected a heart. Hire week.area. excellent Phone 429 salary-J44J,or 5 or apply 4 day at $22,700.Immediate Down occupancy.payment Drive$1,

; :"'D that-- was not a success. 1538 N. Magnolia St.. Ocala.' 1027 Brothers NW, 40th 372-9545 Drive.daily Call 3749041moht. Butler

IS THE TRAPPED... DEFENSELESS... loser in the East hand DISHWASHERS night shift. Apply .
LIMITED Larry's Restaurant, 1225 W. Univ.
SPECIAL f I discarded on the third Ave. FHA House for sale N E section

IadIina.g. ONLY! of hearts. Five spades ROUTE SALESMAN. for soft drink at$300 appraisal down payment value of low $10,000.monthly .
I' route. 5-day week. See Earl Vpl- payments. 3 BR 1 bath carport
Air-Conditioning made for a score of 650, Sell dink, after 4 p.m. at M3 S.E. large storage. Call after
a gain of 10 international 4 00 P.M. FR 4-4774.
DUCT installation 1st class
man. 5-ROOM FRAME house screened
.1IBfI.M,,=:'.tuiu wtm. aLJIII .......... ; points to the United S2.59 per hr. to start. Guaranteed porch reduced: for quick sale,
: in a match that 40 hrs. per week. 3224 NAT 2495. Phone Cephis Goodman
Installed $265 by 11. they _13th St. front apt. after 5 P.M. 528-4384 Willlston.

DOORS OPEN FEATURES UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Fuller Walking distance to schools. 3
DAILY 12:45 or part time salesman wanted. BR 2 baths home in Skyline
5:33.7:36-9.39 ind up Protest Hours can be arranged around Heights. Study. hardwood floors
your school schedule. Good commissions built-in range t oven. Cent.
I II paid-S1.2S per hour heat. Shaded back yard. Call
guaranteed for minimum: sales 374-C842.
-I J quota. For Interview call circulation SACRIFICE S2408 equity for S7M
manager f to 11 A.M. cash. Total cost only 11427.
I RentC'.ASSJPIED FR 2-8X41 Modern 3 BR, m bath home.
Argentina Near schools. Refrig, eiec.
VOTE Fire bombs were thrown 13-Help Male or Female range, air cond, and drapes.
TODAY No qualifying. 1432 NE 14tn Ter.
buildings Monday Phone 374-4068.

I and a fire-scarred United PLACEMENT Professional SERVICE NEARLY new a BU home win
--- Office. aH luxury features within walkIng .
r THERE'S flag was dropped at a Technical distance of new school. S3i.
College 500. Easy tersm. 529 NW SEll
entrance by members oi app?. call 372-4377 St. Phone 374-3549.

It's your responsibility! revolutionary Peronist 1 -12oo Monday AM. through 2-400 Friday P.M. NE 2 yrs. old. aiR. 1 6 tn,

: Don't let Florida down! : 11iIIiii:2i1Ii1Custom : movement PERSONNEL 102 NYi 2nd CENTER Avenue stove C/H. screened refng, perch d-waiher, patio.I5COtffL

$75 mo. FR 22774.
violence was a prelude to Exp. secretaries, salary open
FREE RIDES Cashier-host. attractive AN exciting home with space ex
sit-in strikes expected at Dial White housekeeper S25 wk. cellentty built air conditioned,
Bookkeeper salary open 3 I R, 2 Bain family room and
factories. Exp. waitress. salary comm. fireplace, now being/ completed
t t 1TOPOLLS Exp. mechanics by Uoyd Myrlck, Builder In
S truce declared by labor .376-4672 Store trainee M KM. ,rid. Wlmberty Estates outside city
# ,, .j CALLS Off. trainee M schL grad. limits. N. w. 36" Terr. off
i! ended at midnight, and Tree surgeon foreman S2 hr. N. W. 39tn Ave. Offered for tZlr
376-8990 Auto salesman Exp. 500. Phone 3-5489.
were expected to re Short order grin man
S14.77J up ON YOUR LOT. Open
their Insurance trainee 1100 wk.
"fighting plan to
House Sundays I
to 4 pjn. Designed
S Co.
; Route salesman. Levy
OR units available on I late 1. engineered
f most. minimum wage written Announcements CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. by U. S.
Steel rp. Homes Division. 2100
:' r 376-7839, Chevrolet, Pontiac Oldsmobile Plymouth by Congress. The Per- 120 Phon SE 374-1234 1st Ave. so. ft. 3 .R, 2 batt.Ir cond-.
and others. brick: veneer 2 car carace. 1101
i ominated General Con WANTED Inventory Clerk man or NW 34ttt 0,. Alachua Homes

S t Let's Give Financing AvailableHawesPowers' : of Labor Is leading .4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE woman Should have 40 hour some week.knowledge Good pay.olbookkeeping. Inc. Cad Frank Thomas FR 444WL

Haydon BumsLandslide A which independent LEARN TO DRrVEf .Special I" Gainesville. Write Sun. Box 425Ac LITTLEWOOD AREA
tenflM Is. eldsq
oppose as premature. > MTVOW 4 BR J bath 3050 sq. ft. Dying
Motor Easy Way Driving School., FR DISTRIBUTORS and CARRIERS .r**., buUHn kit.
'-JM7 l.1e. W S.4. e# Fe.: neeoed for morning newspaper

8Mr HAYDON I C SftCUL NOTICSS person.routes. Real Dependable opportunity transportation her right- 2 1 blk.DJks.from from Westwood Llttiewood Jr. elem.NIgh

BURNS AIR CONDITIONING antf cask bond required. Cell school. Ideal for Ig. family, or
arid soil of Sahara Des 371-4532 er write R. .. Lwdwfck family and elderly persons.
"All Priced for
Makes tmmed.
and Models sale, 344
is fertile DUE to'divera t nv e like new 3420 S.W. Archer ltd. N.W.
immensely 13tH Ave 3722893.
Jtu.model 4to Za Automatic
Governor of Florida *
Wire iota
I 204 N. Main St. FR i are very nutritious sewing ..1I'IKhe'. that doc everything. HELP money.turn No your sortcltirtg spare or deliver WHY PAY RENT?
would We New homes.
We sameone tfJOO. 3 bedroom, tile
(P41.Mv.) : soil chemicals have not S to Jake up payment ot fci.00 ing. Adjust your' own working bath $45 .pe' monttLocated
j SS ..... sn3051. hrs. IJ-J4 pe rhr. For appt. call S. E.
been leached out by rain. per balance. 45tn Terrace. Asesome
trade-ins. Call FR ,.mz. -


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rurmsnea Aprs.FOR .

BY OANER Mason Manor, 3 ER. VERYNICE- 3 bedroom CCB -

2 bath. cen. heat. built-in kit.. house. Oak parquet floors. patio. 3 BR Fla. Rm Carol Estates
0 V A T A P 0 N I 5 huge screen porch. paved dead I I| near School and Shopping Cen near schools. Pay low equity RENT 1 Clean bedroom furnished | WANT-AD RATES i
apartment. and cooL $60
end street shaded tot reason.ably
WAPCD ter. See at 403 N.W. 19th Ave. ft assume VA loan with $77.94
I'1URDL month. Water furnished. Call
priced. FR 22378.SPACIOUS I
S9JCO. Dial 4751381.tKliit mo. payments. Ph. 376- S39.
ACROSS Ronnie Hayward FR 2-4761 or I PH. 372-8441

HOME, fenced wooded tot, FR 66134.FURNISHED. I
ARMY Officer transferred. must
t I. Great Gypsy 23. Amides T I C C L u I I IIf V 4 BR 2 bath. Ig. living mv. sell, 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. room. I I
Fla. Rnx, & screened porch. Apt. for rent $55 per for
Preposition 24.l\rgati\"e In N. W. Near School. $15.500.
I I Over 2900 Sq. Feet living area in Elect. kitchen cent. heat & air mo. Water turn. Call FR 2-1823
I Negotiate equity. FR 2-5043.
7.Beervat 26. One this unique home. 2 king size condo Many extras including or FR 23794. V so

v,, var. 27. Close TL1 TLI BR's 1 smaller BR Huge living swim club membership. NE sec. I!i Classified Only I
room, large Fla. room big family tion. Reasonable down payment. J. W. ONE-I BR turn apt, with privateent.

11.Arab.sea29.Enlisted. room builtin elec kitchen. Also $123 per mo. Call FR 25953 Also a 2 BR apt with air =
port man extra kitchen with stove, KIRKPATRICKCHARM conditioner. Walking dlst. to ( DEADLINES
V Ref., & wa.her-dryer. 2 tile baths evenings.KOREAN town. Call FR 25514. .
12.Word of 30. Hindu CANTON 3 A-C units. HW .. tile floors. ==

choke garment : iiiit RQUG Some of the most gorgeous pan in a colonial manner on a CLEAN 4 room apartment. ,Close 1 V thru Fri. papers-S P-m. Day before publica'tor,
elling you've ever seen. Open corner lot In Black Acres. Brick to shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. 5 or ads to go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. $2
I 13. Malaria 32. Residue beam ceiling. You'll have to VETERANSOnly and frame dbJ-hung windows with Phone FR 2-1391. $65 per month. = For ads to go in Mon. paper-I pjn. SetS

14.Jap. city 34. Offenses see to believe such exists. Can $100 down. N.W. New 3 shutters, fireplace. carpet, 3 bedrooms
So 2 baths two car ga- 1 BR living room. large patio = (Minimum ad 4 lines)
15.Jackets 38. Crusted SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLT be used as two large Apts. BR. 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate rage. $2X80000 walk-in closets. large built in SS
All this and
convenient to town. All '
occupancy. serv-
17. Epoch dish more for $17,700. Excellent terms. ices. 3 blks. to elementary and SPECIAL in so many ways: Size3 kitchen. Phone FR 2-3826. | FAMILY RATES I

18.Mr.Musial 39. Unicorn 46.Wild or 2. Honor Junior high schools. Price $12,250 bedrooms Uttlewood, 2 baths NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private j
47. Eng. river 3. Discount to $15,000 including brick colo bath & entrance. Hot & cold I Insertion .,......... 34c line

19. Numerals: fish UNIVERSITYREALTY nials. Total monthly payments Bonus Terms- A playhouse water furnished. $50 per mo. == 3 Insertions .. .,.......................... 22c line 51
flexible .
abbr. 40. Vase 48. Bone 4. Singleton from $75. Located N.W. 39th St.. Price Very 514.40000Mortgage Phone 2-9704 or 2-1995. 1 Insertions ';t. u.. ........ 17c line g

I : Vacation 41. Careful 49.Spar Arterial N.W. 13th and 14th Place. Call 4Vi pet. UTILITIES FURNISHED close In, 3 12 tnsertiensV :.- ..... He line g
2-9545 daily and 6-9048 nights. = Total chart -rputed by multiplying total lines x rat earned -
trunks SPACE for your grand piano space 2 rooms. private bath. off-street
i spots reading BUTLER BROS.Gracious V for your full-size buffet. space for parking. no pets. 15 SW 2nd PI. s x numbei ... Insertions. .1--
DOWN 6. Regale 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 373-4351 H ,. .
22. Cornish 43.
W. M. Munroe Realtor your king-size bed, and elbow NICELY furnished all private cot- :

prefix for 44. Ferrous 1.Desierlxi Arabic Asso. $. E. McLaughlin, Frank M room. for you and all the familytoo. tage type apt. 1 BR,. screened I e

.i town 45. Myself pastry letter Roby. Roy McCann. T. C. Doug- Superior construction and reasonably porch & carport. cool shady yard. 3 5 Five letter word per line

8. Middleman las Jr. priced at SJ4.500.00. No pets. 410 NW 24tn St. Call I I
9. Dawn LAKE ROSA frontage and a year
rrr---r-7-r-T Spacious 00 Same as 1 lines
: :
round. modern masonry. 3 bed- FURNISHED apartment for rent so

I // 'il 10. Abate GREEN 3 BR. 2 bath C.B. appr 2000 sq ft room, house with 4 car garage for two male only. air-condi | 8 Pt. ordinary. types E

'I ;7 -ziF-2-: 16. Entrap living space restricted residential and large lot. Recently reducedto tioning central heating u 11 L I= TO Df -Same as 3 lines

"l/ : 18. Solemn DEATONREALTORS area. Fla. room Ig modern kitchen $18,000. Ready for immediate furnished. Phone 2-8423 or 6-4173. s \ ri. :
ordinary type
dbl. occupancy. Consider rentingfor .
- garage. like new. Exclusive. == .
till. IS 16 21. Tatter Call for appointment. Call a six month period.J. EFFICIENCY apartment. private so
bath and entrance. Very clean. I "**
a--- 25. ItaI. Mary Moelier.Spacious 1 l8Pt.ordinarytyps
Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. I
- Ei
18 19Zl daybreoe Angle I DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. Gas I 1i I:!

i _ 27. Crested: An attractive well built home & for cooking & heating. Cold -
20 11 situated on a beautiful land- water fume Private front & back s 5
t Scot
::7 scaped lot. 3 Bedrooms and 2 CharmingOlder entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1(06 24 Pt orinary4pen5The

- 28.Willow tiled baths. Large patio Wall home near J. Finley NE 18th Place. I
/-V'// 23 i"//- 24- 2S "/ /:' Z6I to wall carpet in dining and Realistically ce1: 3 Br., C.B. I I I
F'l'/:. grove ROOMY 1 BR. living room. kitchenette
V/V./: living area. All modem conven.lances.
L R Dining rm family ft =
room private bath ft private I
27 26 0 29 / '0 r// r// 30. Steps over Priced to sell Call study. Landscaped yard, lovely I entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 = Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one

,I 'l'h 'l'r / rfences FR 2-3611 for appointment. area $1 ,75o. Call Mary Moeller. NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. I incorrect insertion nor will it be liable for any error In advertisement -

Lizard to greater extent than the cost of the space; occu-
32. 33 7)35 i37 Holly Forrest TWO Bedroom Trailer $60; one s P'ed by the l'em l.i the advertisement.i No adjustment will
: New ListingSee bedroom, $... On 5 Adults i
z; 33. Egret acres. 3 be made on errors that do not materially/ effect the value of 5
_ _
Attractive 3 B.R. 2 bath Ocala pets. 4611 N.W. i
only. Sorry. no the
' ; this charming home. 3 BR W. KIRKPATRICK g advertisement.
4D 35. SA.
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33 2 ,
Block Home situated on large C.B. Fla room with fire place Realtor 6th St. Call 2-9838.

h palm tree corner lot Sunken living room Ig yard, excellent S g
I .q.--- neighborhood 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404 2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large =

I 41 fZ / 4:? S6.Miscalcultion with DM. C.P.fireplace. Central- Florida heat and Room Air- 17900. $1500.00 equity. Monthly Member Multiple Listing rooms. screened porch clean, | The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or r*. E 5

/ condition Modem kitchen with payments like rent. $125.00 month. ASSOCIATES: freshly painted. sprayed monthlyfor IKring any advertisement which it deems cbjectional and to

4f 4* 4k refrigerator Designed for luxurious Call Mary MoellerSuburban Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell pests. Water furnished. $60 2 chance 1tIe classification Of any advertisement from that ordered =
Is w 37.'Slamming living. Call FR 2-3617 A. W. Reece: Capt, USM Ret i, per mo. Phone FR 6-5883. tn conform to the policy of the paper.
',.. Sammy Beauty YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I ipreferred = =

4] 'l 4 42. Fr. article Madison Park 3 BR. C.B. lot 15* x 105, sparkling 37 Real Estate Exchanged children or
: .. ._
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hours & cozy in country-like area. pen ups.a..s 01'1. "V.II.glII: now- ..11100-....
t Portim.2lsnin.P *.-. ..,.":.. S'Z; 43.24 Owner departed Desirable N.W. i near shopping, $12,750. Excellent TRADE 1962 Lande Home 2 BR. Call 6-6.512- ; ;nis-hed
/ location F.H.A. Only 47
I financing. Apts. Houses for
$75000 Down for this attractive financing call Mary Moeller. 10W52 for 3 BR home Gaines 1 BEDROOM furnished duplex. I! Rent Furn.

.. 3 B.R. 2 bath home. Priced below ville. Cash difference if price Newly decorated. $50 month. 17 I
'" market Near 'school and shopping New ListingJumbo right. Contact L. B. Earls. Legion N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374. AVAILABLE about
TWO June
Trailer Park Starke. BEDROOM DUPLEX 1917 1st. Furn.
Call FR 2-3617 for appointment brick, quiet simplicity. 3 br, REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th NW 36m Avenue. $52 per month. 3 BR. 2 bath home '9- screened -

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sal Fla room & breezeway excel- 38 Real Estate Wanted St. New air conditioned 1 BR FR 2-4224. porch, carport fenced back
apts. water furn. $90 per mo. yard with large shade trees.
lent condition and priced on to- Good
1 BR
apt. for rent,
3 BR 2 bath house for sale. ,Total days market.Budget Call FR 6-0427 or 2-6723. completely neighborhood. Close to high school
MO DOWN PAYMENT 3 Bk., 2 YOU will like the colors In this cost $11.500. Call FR 2-6936. furnished, $65 per mo. Lights & a U of Per mo. Phone
bath. Central heat, central air 3 BR. Hi bath home. If you TEACHER wants to buy 3 or 4 CLEAN. 2 BR. upstairs apartment water furnished. See at 301 NW 376-7768 fcfraplrt.

cond. Northwest. $1 ,000. Call don't owner will change 'em. Best 1 BR., bath CB house on acre. 2 HomeC.B. bedroom country home with near Campus, $90 per mo. 2nd St.

376-2727. buy at $15,750. Fenced yard. WW gas heaters gas range util. Rm. acreage or home In nice older Phone 23329. NICE 2 BR 2 BR. 4221 S.W. 44th St. JM.
3 br. 2 bath cent heat. Buy apartment. 3 studentsor
Carpets and drapes. Call FR 2. with to bath. Encl. pump ladders like rent. $1X500. Call Mary section of town. Send details to 1 BR furnished apt.. water furnished. couples. Now or June 1st. V Call FR 23417
ENTRAL AIR CONDITIOING 3784 or see at 719 N.W. 19th Lane. tools. some furn. Shade trees. Moeller. box 424-M Gainesville Sun. 4131 NW 12th Ter. $60 per Will lease for one year. 62721or McKINNEY GREEN. INC.

FENCED REAR YARDA Homestead exemption SVt mi. mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 ask 4932312.LARGE Realtors
complete home Wall-to-wall FAMILY HOMES from Gainesville 18.000 cash. FR
: 39 Out of Town Property for Mr. Haynes. '
carpets., draperies., central air 21541. furnished 1 BR apt., quiet VERY CLEAN 2 BR house, own
conditioning.. fenced rear yard STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom NICE, freshly painted 1 Bedroom. location. Water free. Garage. NW ers have gone North until Nov.

Quality Chambers gas oven $24.500. Three bedroom. 2 bath famIly CCB home. Partly furnished Including i HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone $45 per month. Phone FR 6-6481. section. No pets Call 376-7925 1st. Very good deal for right
Central See 15 SW 3 Avenue. .
street Phone
room. paved family.
and hood. Vamtied 374-2892.
range laundrysink 1 appl. and washing mach. Heights, Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths 1
in connecting utility room. Heat and Alr-Cond. fireplace it minutes from Univ.. few : ASSOCIATESJ. acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat 1 BEDROOM completely furnished 46 Unfurnished Apts. SALE. TRADE
Large living room. separate dIn- paved patio walk to Llttlewood- blocks to grade school. Ig lot. 1 Fred Guy Jayne Butterwroth $18,000 will sell for $14.990. upstairs or downstairs, near furn. 3 BR, Fla.RENT. Furn. Un-
Westwood schools. 3403 N.W. 7th Rm.
ing room. Three large bed- Place. $9,500. 4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 24635 i Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Call 376-1148 Gainesville after 5 shopping center. See at 612 N.W. Rm. garage. fine Breakfast
After 530.TEMPTING. 10th Ave. TWO bedroom duplex I kitchen location. 725
rooms. Hugh EdwArdS. Inc. I Multiple Listing p.m. or phone 6-3549. $75 N.E. 7th Terr 3728223 Baaum.
376-771. per mo. equipped. $85 per month.
$16600 Three bedroom 2 bath. BUY See at 4164 NW 6th St. I
HOMES BY GINGRICH Florida room. Central heat. Walk 3 Bedroom. 2 bath. kitchen builtin I 40 Business Properties 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. 3 BR, $7$ per mo. & 5 rm. $30.

( No down payment on your lot. to Howard Bishop and Metcalf family room central heat and RedfranksRealestate Near University. See at 411 N.W. TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately Go Archer; Rd- to Tobacco Barn.

f low monthly payments. For free schools. 906 N.E. 20th Ave. air conditioning. Fen ced back FURNISHED duplex for sale by 15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per ; lower level of duplex turn left over RR tracks. go to
I literature. Write Gingrich. 1225 yard. Outside city limits. Priced owner. Two bedrooms each. Ex. mo. ; stove and refrig. situated 1st rd., turn left, go v, mile.

j NE 22nd St.. Ocala, Fla. Phone $13.000 Three bedroom. 2 bath, very reasonably. Located 3945 cellent location. Large lot. Live In EFFICIENCY about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 w. Hunt.
apt. private '
6223346. large lot with sprinkler system. N.W. 36th Street. Phone FR 6- MARY one and rent other. Owner will trance .. bath. Lights & hot water en-- NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished.
f Lanier school. 2969. finance. 924 SW 7th Ave. FR 65871.
Walk to Sidney furnished. Summer student I 20 SE .ath St. Call CR 5-.5741
J 1 $450 DOWN 410 NW. 19th Lane. $60 MONTHLY payments, no taxes THE KENTUCKY COLONEL & his preferred. Ph. FR 65824. NICE apartment close In, prlv. alter 5:30 P.M.
3 bedrooms and 2 baths. central lady will enjoy living In this 42 Forms Cr
J BR excellent condi i Acreage bath, shower and entrance utils.
3 home
I heat screened porch and large $'.000. Reduced this week. F.H.A. tion. Make offer on $2500 equity. i modern Southern Colon I a I MOELLER CB duplex, 3 rooms, newly decorated and antenna furnished; also efficiency VERY nice clean 2 BR, furnished

family room. beautifully land- Valuation $10.750. 3 Br.. 1 bath. Must to appreciate. Owner home situated on ONE private bath and entrance apt. Ideal for workinggirl. house near Archer Rd. J minute

I scaped with back yard fenced. fireplace. and screened porch. leaving see city. Call 372-0064. HALF ACRE of well maintained BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre hot water and lights furnished 531 SE 2nd Place. FR 2532.. drive to Health Center. $95 per

near schools and shopping $15.000 1033 N.W. 22nd Avenue.ALACHUA : grounds JUST OUT. estates. Choice of wooded or nice yard for Barbecues. Ideal mo. 3722316.

611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call anytime GLADYS SMITH SIDE CITY LIMITS. Modem REALTOR permanent pasture. 7 miles west for 2 or 3 gentlemen or girls. NEW I BR duplex apt., kitchen SMALL 2 bedroom block house near
II built-in kitchen, CENTRALAIR of Gainesville. $600 per acre- Reasonable. 114 N.E. 11th Ave. equipped. $60 per month on a Campus. Adults only. Call FR
CONDITIONING. All Sat. or Sun., after 3:30 p.m. week. years lease. Ph. 3764372 days
be the first to make choice 6549.
1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR <<71 your
rooms are extra spacious days. evenings.
EXCLUSIVE AREA call or see United I Farm
I :
Member Multiple Listing
Acre lot in prestige area with I Including dining Living room room.Florida Separate Mary Moeller Broker Agency 3722954. 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. LARGE 2 BR ground floor apt. I BR house, $35 per mo. For

four bedroom panelled home. Two room. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. Associates FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 Stove, refrlg. & Venetian blinds information call 376-1467.
I Price NE 4th Ave. furnished. 1011 SW 8tt//1 Ave. S75
fireplaces. rustic exterior. large foyer. Winding drive E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler RURAL PROPERTIES per Call 2 BR. llv. rm., kit.-din. rm. comb.
Is 21000. Call 3725393. mo. 376-2641 or 62930
thru the grounds. MUST TWO bedroom furnished apt. ask for Mr. Haynes. nice neighborhood, couple or I
BE SEEN TO BE APPRE. ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORU.S. near Univ. ft Alachua General child. 2106 SE. 46th Ter. $75
!I HORSE FANCIERSWill CIATED. Ideal for professional REALTOR Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy, Fla. Hospital. Ph. FR 67955. Gainesville DESIRABLE well located 2' BR per mo. 6-0609.

like this 3 acres outside of man or executive. Ph. 444-3120 or write R. T. Stroud, P. O, duplex apt. with utility appliances
City limits. in exclusive section. Just 24500. 2 ACRES 10 miles Box 365 St. Augustine. furnished. Avail. June 12th. Rent. 1 BEDROOM cottage quiet cool
paved out.
\ House is modern In construction at $85 monthly yearly basis. No suburban area. Just off N.W. 34th
WEEKSPECIALS Comfortable older 3 B.R. home
with large sleeping area. Guest LARGE. modern clean 1 bedroom children St. Couple only. no pets. Call FR
BEFORE YOU BUY or build you 1 with modern bath; 16 bearing pets or students. 115
pecan apart.. $75 Call
cottage. Living room with fire- owe It to yourself to let us trees; Whole price 400000. per mOo NW 13th St. Phone FR 6-5323 .5555-

REALTYAssociates place. $30,000. Call us at 372- show you this NEARLYNEW Requires $3,00000 cash. OUCHI FR 2-4625. V or FR 64833. 2 BEDROOM. furnished CCB house.

i alph! Realtor 5393. home with well estab- ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTORPh. 1 EDRooM garage apartment, 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apart. Rent $65 per month. Available

FOSSEYDick lished yard. 3 large bedrooms 376-5707. ANYTIME furnished. For rent at 309 S.E. ment. 323-B N.E. 9th Street. S45 June taUt/ to September 1st. 444
Aire T. Smith. Broker PASTURE 2 glamourous baths. 9th St. $50 month. FR 6-2641 or Month. Water furnished. FR 6-5197 NW 21th Ave. FR 22304.

RobinsonAssociatePh. Mabel Gore. Associate 5'1 acres fenced. Two bedroom living room of entertainment FORDYCEACREAGE 6-2930 Mr. Haynes. after 5.GARAGE.
635 N. E. 1st St. 376-2<<8 house. Deep well. Price is $12- proportions, separate dining New Listing FOR RENT Furnished modern 3
376-1359 75000 and can be financed. room panelled Florida EAST SIDE Apt. ] bedroom, private Bedroom CCB with TV, washer,
I n W. University Ave. 3 bedrooms 2 baths extra large ; .-dfapeu Erf.,|i 10
SEE BEAUTIFUL room with old brick fire- family room. The kitchen :! *' f?like newr hardwood .floors*itove, Month. 3727578
"Selling Florida Since 190' comes *
place. Oak strip floors. Central GARDENAPARTMENTS ft ref. him. Garage&-
equipped with range oven and V storage ONE 3 BR. house, furnished, $60
I BR CB city water lot 50x140' MALORE GARDENSFOR heat & AIR CONDI brick fireplace. Living room and NEW LISTINGS space. 1817 N.W. 4tn St. $65 Per per mo. Water Included. Call 485-

paved street down payment $200 TIONING. Big modem kit. family room offer wall to wall Approximately 20 acres. $4400 month. Phone FR 20929 after 6. 2362 Brooker. Fla.
I'' and $45 monthly. Immediate oc. HOMEWe chen Dishwasher including, Built -Disposal in stove carpeting. Central heating and beautifully high and rolling. Just $57 per month upGainesville's SPACIOUS 2 bedroom duplex kit. ON LAKE WAUBERG 10 mm.
Located near bus line off a paved road. Excellent for
cupancy. & oven. refrigerator, S situated on paved street. FHA chen equipped, 4146 N.W. 10th St. from Campus. Modern 3 BR pri-
and Stephen Foster School. 1114 truck farming. Wonderful soil. Finest
f washer. Double attached qualified Buyer down payment $!, No pets. S85 mo. Call FR 6-1897. vate beach boating. fishing
NW 39ttt Ave. See It and phone offer for your Inspection this ga- 450 full price 21750.
I 3767170. fine new home located in beautiful rage. Excellent westside lo Small farm, 18 acres with beautiful Furnished or unfurnished NEW 1 BR, duplex apt. for rent swimmIng. Avail. June 15 to Aug.
cation. Shown by appt. only. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. 30. $130 mo. 466-3351 FR 6-3361,
Malore Gardens lot 20 3 view. $5,000. North of I at $75 per mo. 2 BR apt. at $85
BEDROOM house for Sale by 4004 ment. 309 NE 9th ext. 2003
) Owner. Partly furnished. Near miles south of Campus on Ocala Call FR 6-0817. Asking only N.W. Gainesville. 9600. St. Phone 376- with kitchen equipped. John Merrill -

Hiway. $25,400. Approximately 160 acres, $110 an Realtor FR 21494
University. Shown by appoint.
o. ment. FR 25889.LE.SECTiON. Claude M. "Red" Franks 13th Place acre. 12 miles from Gainesville. 1 BR, 1226Vi NW (th St., $65. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
Situated on large wooded lot Realtor 1 BR. 419 N.W. 2nd Ave.. $55.
Lassiter AssociateWm. Central air conditioning and central This property Is an excellent Houses for Rent Furn.
For sale by owner constructed of Ocala limestone Myrle. heating are offered In this buy and wont last long. EFF.. 419 N.W. 2nd Ave., $..
block. 3 BR ft den. kit., laundry E. 'Bill" Harris Associate 1 BR, 3505 NW. 17th St.
2 BR. paneled Fla. room. large 3 bedroom. 2 bath residence. $65. FORDYCE RENTALSCall
.. porch and foyer GLADYS SMITH 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 2 BR. 1010' W. Univ. Ave..
lot, 2 air-conditioners FHA. 1515 space. entrance Res. 376-2927 Beautiful large live oak shade FORDYCEAssociates $75. ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom, our agency to find the
N.E. 6m Ter. Call for appoint. large LR with fireplace. sep. 372-7943 tree. Drive by then call us for McKINNEY-CREEN, INC. large Florida room, month or house you wish. Many listed.

dining rm-family rm combination REALTOR MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING details on this reasonably priced Realtors FR 3617 I year. Mathewson Manor. C a II Also apartments furnished.
double carport with Inc.
; 372S629.OPEN large Associates: home. ON 301 in Waldo furnished cot GR 5-2530. FORDYCEASSOCIATES.
HOUSE generous PLUS storage FEATURES Anna Hinson Florence Burns 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 tage; kitchen, bedroom and bath. 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E.

3-6 P.M. 1. Near the new Gainesville I Caroline Noyes Ben Griffin PARRISHPRESENTS Building LotThis ACREAGE $18 week includes utilities, etc.I 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House INC.
EXCLUSIVE NORTHWEST Member Multiple Listing 468-1184. open. Call FR 6-4230. 926 W. Univ. 376-I236
Country Club lot Is located in prestige
SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet 2. Designed by local architect area lust off of N.W. 22nd Street 1575 Acre working cattle ranch 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment. VERY nice, 2 bedroom. CCB. carport UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house!
I. WOODED '3 x 164 Lot 3. Near new elementary school FORDYCEREALTOR on N.W. 7th Lane. $6,750 Is the within 35 ml. Gainesville app,'. 1 Completely private, close In. and front porch. Furnished $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bex>
I CONDITIONED Throughout 4. Only a few minutes to Med. I price. ml. pavod road highway frontage, Large shady yard. $40 Month. including automatic washer. Near room house. $60 month Furnished
3' Bedrooms. 2 baths paneled Center and downtown well fenced $125.00 per acre with Phone 468-1595 Waldo. school and shopping center. SilO duplex apt., $90 month. FR

t Den. Living Room. Dining Room. Loveliest lots in town are nice 3 br, cent heat & A-C home TRAILER S. cabana 2 BR furnished month. 311 N.W. 20th Ave. Phone 6-7466.
electric built-in Kitchen large located in Malore Gardens ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bedroom Near University included. Call Mary Moeller. 3723039.
Hardwood floors. attractive home with $55 per mo. 1724 SE aim FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom,
Family room. central
Economy and comfort can be yoursin Ter. Couples or couple with BR" furnished house. 2 bath, central .
2 no pets heat, built in
FR 2105X19K l Call today for Information heating fully air-condl- 40 Acres. 10 ml Gainesville, off
this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home.Full .
small child. Ph. FR 2-1576. $70 3037 ArcherRd.
per mo. SW stove. Call 4(5-3811 after 3pm.
; tioned. This of the
R 2-1336 was
NW. 11th RoadN I F R 2-4625 or one new price $13.250 $400 down pay state Rd 26 $350 per acre .
FR 2.5433.CLOSE
WOODROW SEAY WONDERFUL homes In the 1962 Parade of ment to FHA Buyer. Why pay 2 BEDROOM. 5 room apartment 3BR, I Bath, complete kitch e n.
NEWBERRY 3 BR. Fla. l Architecturally designed 4 bedroom. Homes Show. Let us tell you rent? Dial 3723522 for complete S.W. 7V acre Ranchettes. restricted N.W. 7th Ter. Available June In. 2 bedroom furnished near schools and shopping centers >

I 1 bath kitchen living rm_ Rm"I' BUILDERNEW I 21 bath home. Central air-condi- more about this one. dealls. 1st. Seen by appointment. $75 house. 403 S.E. 2nd St. Call 372 For Information Manaro
Ing rm. Block home with and Month. Phone F R 6-3825.: 11(5. Restaurant, FR 24690.
tioning Fully
acres of land within city limits. - heating. FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleasant S.W. one acre lots available
Terrazo floors throughout.This .
V Price S14.000, Phone 4772439. masonry 3 bedroom home on Act NowVery .
I is unique. two story
a very a nice lot 110 x 154 located within 95 acres. Colonial Home. 2 lakes.
S16.100 home with structural steel and choice large custom built JJV THE
V I: walking distance to J. J. Fin-
4 Br.. 2 Bath Ig Lr. kit.. porch. glass. Call 376-1236. lev Elementary School and Gainesville home in beautiful wooded area. on property, borders on another FUN
LISTINGSI within 25 ml. Gainesville.
extra utility. air cond. stove. West outside city limits at $32-
Higl School. Owner leaving 30000. good terms. Call Mary ..
$102 Mo. TotaL Equity on terms. I EXECUTIVE'S town. 000."'This for long.won't be "on the mar.ket' Moeller.

V'' J1721854._ I Iaep. I THEIR LOSS could be your gain. home. 4 bedrooms. 2''J baths. Situated GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town /J.
; fRI.LEVEL HOME. 3 BR. 2 Bath. 2-Story home In Melrose Large
in NW
See this excellent listing. Three on a spacious lot the
4 bedroom. 2 bath
and must sell
dtnmg rm.. fireplace, cen. bedroom two bath centrally heated section. An extra bedroom and bath home. living room, family room. yard beautifully landscaped.
heat built-m kit. equip.. screened and air conditioned house with can be used as'a study or den.Walled .
built-in kitchen and screenedporch.
patio dbl.-car! garage. W st. 2 Story home. near Gainesville, Approximately
Florida Room and screened porch In patio area. Wall to Wall Central heat and centralair
wOOdo .H.$. area. See at 2247 40 acres. Suitable for
0 overlooking a spacious landscaped carpeting in the living room. Call conditioning. Priced to selL
N.W. 16th Ave. garden. 376-1236. guest or nursing home on lake.

!MaT\ IN SUBDIVISION 3 BR, block FINLEY School area. Attractive 3
ft shingle colonial. Kirby Smith I $40000 DOWN and $8000 per QUIET bedroom 2 batn masonry home MARY MOELLER. REALTOR SUN
'I month will buy this three bed- 1019 W. University Ave. FR 6-4471
ft St. Patrick Schools. Near on nicely' landscaped. large lot. NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
Park. Fenced yard fireplace I'! room house with Florida Room. neighborhood for this 3 bedroom 2 Immediate possession. May we MUST SELL new CCB. 2 BR homeIn :
hardwood floors. $12.500. Owner. Range and refrigerator included. bath home. A spacious patio adds show you this one. Lacrosse with 3 acres. Price

Phone FR 22736. to Its desirability at only $10,000 reduced SS500. Good terms. Call
i iI i 3.34' !
2 bedroom masonry home and with low down payment.Call BOATS MOTORS
a very MASON MANOR. Very attractive 4 owner, Steve Kesterson at FR 6- ;
I FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section ACRES OF LAND ONLY 2V4 376-1236. bedroom. 2 bath home located on 6461 anytime I BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
3 bedroom. 2 tile balhS. miles from the city limits. $1.-
lot with fenced back yard.
a large
built-in appliances. double can 000 DOWNI Ideal for children. walking distance WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76th 1 24" GRILLS
port. pawed s r*.t. connect**, to CHOICEarea ARNOLDREALTY 43 Colored Property HUNTER 1i
to Westwood Jr. High. Central Fiberglass Flshlgg i 12' fishing boats. HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
sewer. Small down payment. BLACK ACRES We have 2 love Is the location of this 3 bedroom heat and air conditioning. Boat Introduced by FRANK PIywoodS4t JO $1099
Days. phone 372-3826. After 6 ly 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry PHILPOTT I
P.M. 376-4774. I homes In this very desirable area. throughout. Large Florida room. UNDER $10000. New 3 bedroom Multiple Listing Member 3 ft 3 Bedrooms SE lath St. ft EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL I THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 372-3537

CALL US FOR DETAILSI attractive kitchen. All air condi- homes built under FHA specifiCations 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay CHARGE

F FURNITURE tioned. and available to qualified Associates: Pete Sieg ment. Some small down pay ""The Heart Of East Gainesville"

ACREAGEWe have of several Call 3761236. buyers with FHA financing. No Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge ment. Monthly payment $.57 to FRANK PHILPOTT'S I Check with Charlie
small tracts land
I UPHOLSTERY I large and CALL US NOWI closing costs and no city taxes. Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo $65. Also homes built on your SPORT CENTER V FR 21791. LIst of Classifications to choose
available. Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene lot for no down payment. I
SPANISH Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from
I top quality workmanship WESTSIDE. New residential subdi- Call TOMMY RIDGELL i
For SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom. 2 Fishing Boats.MCCIJLLOCH '
Inspired terrace provides the view vision opening soon. Acre lots. !uilds PtyyP 2-4t25
I call John Merrill bath frame house. SwimmingpooL Motors. MURRAY ALACHUA COUNTY'S
I 372-6142 V from the living room of this at streets now being paved. May we N.E. Phone FR 3738.. Trailers 'and :JACKSON Sailing II ONLY DEALERJOHNSON Skiing Swimming.Diving.
tractive 4 bedroom 2 bath home. tell you more about this restricted 44 Cottages for Rent Canoe
I GAINESVILLE Realtor Situated on a lushly landscaped lot. residential area outside city lim BY OWNER. attractive 4 BR,3 ihing Equipment.

I UPHOLSTERY V LISTING Excellent low down payment and its. bath lovely yard. Air con ., I SEA HORSE MOTORS
MULTIPLE FURNISHED 1 BR cottage all Where Quality Sells Itself
monthly terms to suit budget. cent. heat dbl. utiL rm.. swim
I 1SOIN.W.11IS Phone 372-1494 I electric. tile shower, good ventilation : SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.
I Fre* Estimates-Pick uo and ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Call 3761236. club tance Metcaife membership.ft Howard Walkina BIshoD.Stl di*-. located on Santa Fe V 20 N.W. 14th' Ave. .I Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper

delivery. V PARDI mo. 2132 NE llth Terr. Ph. Lake. 'Phone FR 2-545 or FR 2- I F12SOflorFR66893Mon. Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.CAIRO'S Golfing Equipment.
V .Thro Fri. 5-4 PJTI. SaL 9-' .i Tennis Equj menf.
NEW HOUSE.en Little Lake Santa Fe. Other Times by Appointment 601. S. MAIN ST.

FTHE STRIETMANN BISQUIT CO.has private beach dock. boa?. $40 Baseball Equipment.
Call FR 6-4943.
3 bedroom. 2 bath homes near weekly.

on opening for a man between 25 and 40 who school V.A. nothing down only BEDROOM TRAILER NO Sun Want Ads SWIMMIHCi"09U" WIler., .'to Fish

I wants to make selling a career and is willing to work $100 closing. FHA minimum
FR 2-5633.
down payment. N.W. 6th St. and
p for advancement This is one of our established territories 37th Plaa.NORTHEAST. BE CAREFREE Plus many many more.
HOUSE Crescent Oeach.a .
based on
fn the Gainesville area. Compensation
few weeks, stll free. Call FR
sates commission, and bonus plan. This position requires 25781 I Get, Results V Enjoy a clean and healthy pool.
that applicants be married high-school graduate I 3 bedroom 2 bath home. many -s. : Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE LN THE
butrMn features on large tot. FHA V Supplies ft
Monthly cleaning
with a good car. Experience selling groceries, restaurants financed $500 down payment 45' Furnished Apts. service.F8 .

and Institutions will be considered in filling this position.An M.M. 3-U63 64060 2-3171 SEAVICEECrOaY

equal opportunity employer. job benefits include FORDYCE DAN BYRDASSOCIATES NICELY furnished convenient

fully paid expenses paid vacation and a V liberal health dmKntown __. S7S. AIM lIarl98

Occident and If Can Associates Inc. PARRISHAND INc. apt. air conditioned. $9*. MuIJaonlY.
insurance pension
program. you ,
UiiUrrtMusic ad in the
I meet the above qualifications call FR 2-6333 at the Real Estate Exchangers Jack ,DeYor Realtor no Store.FURNISHED pets.. Inquire MR. MERCHANT: To place your

University; Inn. Gainesville Fta. and ask. for Mr. Felix Multiple Listing Realtors ASSOCIATES. INC. Associates V
Grace Broker MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. E. E. Holloway Christine Stone Apartment Tar rent
Fordyce. 372-8441
I Herndon between 6 and 9 PJTU. beginning Monday. : Dudley Goulden, Associate Wayne HiU Helen Graham Walter Stoddard wWi living Rnw bedroom, me Fun :in the Sun section PHONE

Moy25. Harvey Benlon AssocIate Carolyn Gar enhire Mary Parrtsti $25 N.W. 13th Street 372-2511 bath" alr I 92' W. Unl. 376-123' l' N.E First st. TeL 372-5375 Call night or day FR 24369. -




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The Term REALTOR is a distinctive designation for members of the National Association of Real Estate Boards and it stands for business competence combined with high standards of business conduct.
c Every REALTOR is pledged' to observe a code of ethics. The right to use the professional title REALTOR is given to men and women w ho hove sound real estate experience, ability and knowledge and to ;

those who adhere to the REALTOR'S Code of Ethics.


49 Rooms For Rent 61 Wanted to Buy 64 Household Goods 66 Misc .For Sale. 66 Misc. For Sole 66 Misc. For Sale }

GE RANGE 5 years old-good
LARGE clean cool room access WANTED: water cooler. must be FREEZER, CHEST TYPE. Guar. SEWING MACHINE condition. FR 2-1362 or see at CLOSE OUT SALE I
to shower & refrigerator. Linens priced reasonable and In good anteed. Can deliver.I $57.50. 1944 Automatic Zig Zag. Looks 1427 N.E. 12th St. On Wallpaper. 98c a Roll Macoma Homes,
& maid service weekly. FR 2- working condition. Call 372-8441 Refrigerator service in your and sews like new. Makes HARPER PAINT CO.
THE TIME IS NOW. 1185 or 21981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. ext. 20. 8-5 weekdays. home. No service charge on repairs fancy stitches with drop in BEAUTIFUL colorful mountedsailfish. 10 SW. 7th St. 372-4366 Inc.
Wanted refrigerators and cams. button holes. sews on 6-2" By Al Pfleguer. ,
COZY single room front corner CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators freezers needing FR 2-1330. buttons. blind hems. overcastsraw Miami. Fla. Only $165. The Tackle NEW clothes for 11W fashion dolls For Sale. very attractive S-
window awning well furnished stoves. TVs. clothIng repair. edges. darns & mends. Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. V* retail price. Many unusual de bedroom 1-bath home. 4417
gentleman only. 231 SE 2nd $t., etc. FR 23937. William's $5812 or 7 payments at signs. Must see to appreciate. E. University Ave.; walking
Road. 66 Misc .For Sale. Only USED furniture. Single bed. S10
near post office. Service Center Hawthorne M.S5. Call 3722051. 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 2-6512. distance to Lake Forest
Upholstered chair U. Recliner
Schools. Price $12400. $500
Do You Have A Room, Apartnaent LARGE rent single room or for twin Showers beds, 62 Machinery & Tools ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna 30" KENMORE gas range. $65; 2 chair S.W. 12th$5. St.TRADEIN Phone. FR <-'431. 326 GE model apt. $50 size or offer.I late Call down and S7 _M per month.
$85 10.500 BTU. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
dr. Philco ;
Double stack
Call 2 1981, 416 N.E. complete. Noth-
374-1128 after 5;00 P.M.
ing else to buy. $15. Brants. 110 volt air conditioner dehu- Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
2nd Ave. SALE
Or House to Rent? TWO A-6 Case combines with 513 N.W. 8th Avenue.DOWLING'S mid:Jier. $145; maple dinette table RCA PORTABLE record player & I -5015. Office corner N. Main
NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. motors. both for $500. Call or $25; other misc. items. Phone 1 Elna Freeorm $60 leather case. 45 speed. Good con- and 23rd BlVd.Quality.
12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or write Eugene Haufler. Rt. 3. UPHOLSTERY 376-9909. dition. $25. Call 374-1131.
FR 6-6083. Box 217 B, Gainesville. FR 6- Chairs. low as $8. No money 1 Singer Featherweight $65
3336. down, low as $5 per month. TRADE your costly to operate 1 New Home Rotary $45
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS NICELY furnished newly decorated Free estimates pickup and delivery water heater and
vacancy ELECTRIC
1 Pfaff Model 16
room for career girl. Share bath service. All work glasslined GAS $62 ..
guaran- $48 for a new
with one girl. Limited kitchen 64 Household Goods 2 Singer Portables $19
teed. Phone 376-77M. water heater. Much more hot .
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit privileges. Phone 3765426. HOOVER and KENMORE home water at about half the cost with 1 Singer Automatic $85 See Lawn real Estates.dream living Models In Shadow Open.F. Homes f

NICELY furnished room. Maid T-A-G APPLIANCESTested floor polishers excellent operating OUR LP ROAD.GAS.FR PROPANE 6-5110. 1 Domestic Console $80 D. Oliver Bldr.
service. Parking space. Reason- and Guaranteed condition. SI 1.50 ea. PLATFORM ARCHER 1 Necchi Console .$119 Ph. FR 2-MM WESTVILLAN.W.
able rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone
ROCKER. 1250. 3764640.BUYERS sliding doors complete
PATIORAMA West an NW 3fth past
42 Refrigerators from $39 up Used Buttonhole
FR 67423.DOUBLE sAV'i.
ft", type ana- !
6' heavy
x .
9 Ranges from S39 up CLOSE OUTS. Have new the Glen
Traverse rod Attachments . $5 16th Ave.
aluminum. .
room with private bath 17 Washers from Si* upI merchandise daily. Special Extra dized tion. Sea sign en left.
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU and entrance with pool privileges.Call Dryers from $49 up Discount Prices. Always wel- and drapes. One 10' traverse rod, SEWING MACHINE I
your FR 6-8115 until 5.30 2- left draw. Phone 376-5085. II
2 Food-Freezers from $99 up come. DIXIE MILLS SUPER I & 37th St.
6748 nights. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up DISCOUNTS. 19 S.W. 1st Avenue. SERVICE CO.

EVERY DAY until it is rented : LARGE bedroom private meals. 306 bath N.E.facilities : JIM 10 TV VOYLES Sets APPLIANCE from S3S CO.up SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED slip covered RARE COINSPENNIES 815 W. Univ. Ave. WATCH FOR ;,
for light .
grey freeze upholstery like TERMSWALTER
NICKELS. DIMES. and 3761075E.
7th Ave.. FR 2.1708. new. $90. 2 pair gold drapes.
REPOSSESSEDHELP length 54", $I pair. FR -7978 SILVER DOLLARS. Key Dates &
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: COOL. quiet. study room. adjoining after 5;00 P.M. Commons. Call Larry Levin at Cooperative apartments to
sleeping porch kitchen privilegesto FR 2-2405 between 10 A.M. andS C. "CURLY"KUEHN be built in Gainesville. For
right people. Between Campus 41 LADIES cotton uniforms reg. .
FR -22l*
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day and town. See 202 N.W. 12th Ter. SAVE MY CREDITI've $298 all colors (No white). closing p.m.DUE Information write call
Call 6-5368 or 6-2100. out $1.29. to divorce I have a like new JR. or :
been transferred out of town. ,
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day AIR CONDITIONED. attractive credit dept. says responsible party Boy's and girl's knit tennis shirts. 1964 model machine Zig that Zag does Automatic every Homes. Lots. Income. Bus- P. O. Box 13956 ,
clean quiet room in new home. can take over pmts on my turn. reg. $1.89. size 10 through 18. 49 sewing We would like someone to mess and Lake Property. Gainesville INC.
Kitchen privileges. 1803 NW 7th & appliance now In storage. Group cents. thing. Farms and Acreage. I
$55 $1.83 day take payments of $6.00 per University Park
per mo per St. 372-8944 or 3723102. consists of nylon covered sofa bed DIXIE MILLS SUPER DISCOUNT up Ph. 3722051. E. CURLY- KUEHN. Jr.
also matching chair. 2 end tables & 19 SW. 1st Avenue mo. Small balance. 838 N. MAE ST. "We Trade Houses"

$60 per mo . $2.00 per day NICE room cool close In.downstairs off street corner parking matching cocktail table with mar- 30 GALLON. glass-lined. gas water USED refrigerator. gas range and FR 62032 Broker FR 64544 Apts. I
antenna furnished. 531 S.E. proof tops. Bedroom suite dresser heater. In good condition. Call 55,000 BTU oil heater with fan. I
with tilting mirror on chest 2.2903 after 5;00 P.M. or week Heater almost new. Phone 376- -- -- --
2nd Place. FR 2-2582.
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day full size bookcase bed. dinette set ends. Reasonable price.HOUSE. 7781.
with foam padded chairs family u.uunh.........__ I

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day I 51-A Wanted To Rent size size freezer Norge refrigerator& crisper shelves with full on = IIIIIIRlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-H..II11111! 11111111II1111II111I111I11111AIIIIIRAI = I ,

door deluxe range is also included.
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day COTTAGE with beach at Cowpen This group originally sold for $969.
Lake, Aug. 7-21. Call FR 6-8506. Now only I COMPARETHESE i:

$80 per mo . $2.66 per day 52 Boarders Wanted $263No

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day ROOM and Board for girls. Private money down take over pay i HOME VALUES REALTORWEEK.
ments $225 wk ask for furniture
bath. Machine. Phone _
FR 6-6083. in storage at BEFORE YOU BUY I
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day I NATIONALFURNITURE i BI

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day I i 54 Business RentalsAIR WAREHOUSE Norwood
3622 Beach Blvd.. FL 9 |
I CONDITIONED Open dally 9-9, Sat. ,-6. Sun 12-6

$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day I NEARLY location Ph. FR at 6-2472 new 3733 modern Weseman West Realty.Ave.or Jax.where.Fla. Delivery assured any. I SAVE! Hope 1 !

1113 N. Main St. 30" elec. range 1 yr. old, like g "H" Inc. |
new. sacrifice Vi price. Hotpoint
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR GARAGE space tor rent. 613 SW. washer very good condition. $Wi IIIIIII! IIIIIIIIIIRllllrRUhRIIIIIUmIIIIII
2nd St. Call John Merrill, Real 303 NW 36th Ter. We Trade Homesor I
tor. FR 21494. 5

1000 ft. warehouse space or busI- 1115 NW 40th Drive PropertyBfffl1RflBRflBIfflu1flhiW1WlllillBllllllflB i
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS ness In the 200 block SW. 5th 08 Br.ZBathWe
St. $50 per mo. Call 6-2641 or .1 3
6-2930 Mr. Haynes or call 2-4060 The following art ready for

Mr. Mizell. must sacrifice this occupancy. g I .

FOR LEASE OR SALE. Use as -Our inventory is too
offices or retail business. V> blk. much-We will take .3707 N.W. 21t PI. I
from Univ. Ave. behind Colonial 4 BR. 2 bath. $650 down. s
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Plaza. Call 372-3695. $750 for our equity. $105 mo. jj
You $17,000 REAL ESTATE
APPROX. 6,000 sq. ft. on ACL 5 assume
CLEAN quiet. 3 BR. 1 bath home rail siding. Yard space at rear, GUIDEby Approximate mortgage. 1442 NE 16th PI. |
LEASE or SALE. Prof. moving. near elem. school. $100 per mo all on paved street. 536 SW 2nd g Hurry to take advantage 3 BR. IV* bath $350 down. =
:3 Br. 2 bath. Hardwood floors. 515 N.W. 36th Ave. Phone 2-8989.. Ave. Call 376-7511. Mr. String- $98 per mOo .
The James Co. of this.
double garage Ig. wooded lot. fellow
Faculty neighbors. 3436 S.W. 2 BR unfurn. house with stove i
20th St. large yard. quiet street. $65 per The James Co. of Gainies- 2024 NE 16th Terr. j
mo. Phone 23329. 56 Business Opportunities vile, Inc., Builders of Kings- 3 BR 2 bath $350 down. $93.

3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. 2 BR unfurnished house avail. berry Homes for this area will 89 1115 NE 5th St. per week. FORUM
Stove & refrigerator. $115 per EXCELLENT downtown Smcla i rService be to 5
happy answer
June 1st. $50 per mo. 411 SE 17th any ques- 3Br2BathOur
Stationpen and doIng -
mo. Phone FR 6-2472 Weseman St. Contact Clyde Dunn.RENTAL tions you might have concerning I 3330 & 3320
business will lease to
Realty. home ownership. You mightbe =
sponsible party with adequa t e one of those people that Loss Your Gain NW 30th Ave. '
2 BR house with 2 screened porches. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. now owns a home but found --Our inventory must :3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn. $7950
In NW section. Good condi. We have many attractive rentalsin Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512. that it is now inadequate if be lowered We will per mo. 22 "Home Ownership1will
tion. Water furnished. $75 per houses. turn. & unfurn. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. this is the case. a call to The
mo. Phone FR 6-3268 ext. 2523. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunl- James Co. could very well take $750 for our equi 4617 SE 1st PI.

2 BEDROOM house. unfurnished Lake Cottage call ty for the right man to get in solve your problems. By this ty. You assume $13,600 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.
stove refrigerator and heater. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR the bowling alley business with a we mean trading in your pre- (Approx.) mortgage 3 B R. 1 bath $400 dn, $68 22 be discussed in open forum
4431 NW 13th St. $70 month. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 small amount of capital. Call FR sent home. Hurry! We must sell per mo. 08
FR541.. 6-2930 Mr. Haynes 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. 303 SE 38th St.
:3 BR, 1 Bath CCB house about 7 Haynes. There are a number of questions now! 27
CLEAN 2 bedroom house kitchen ml. from city limits of Gainesville that we can answer con- I 304 & 314 SE 39th St. ij Wednesday May
furnished. 838 SW 9th St. $80 on Newberry Rd. Call 472 DISTRIBUTORSHIP available. Item cerning trading. We feel that 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn. SUper 37
FR 2- 2003 allied with new construction. $500 with mOo 22
month. University Realty or 4723281IJNFURNISIIED by talking us you can
4351. Investment secured. Write Box pick a suitable floor plan and 3236 NW 29th Ave. g 8:00 P.M.
house for rent 3
427-A C-O Gainesville Sun. i Norwood
exterior that will suit
design 3 BR 2 bath $650 dn $98 37
1110 NW 40th Ave. 3 BR. CCB bedroom 2 bath. kitchen equip
home separate dining rm.. carport ped large yard. 2110 N.E. 12th DISTRIBUTORSHIP to taverns, restaurants your needs from our many permo. p
front porch. Near Stephen Ter 372-6450. stores, for beautiful 10 plans that we keep on hand. First Federal
A call to the James Co. will I ,Hope
Foster. $80 per mo. 376-5920. cent to 25 cent candy and drug 3301 & 3311 P
HIGH SPRINGS specialties earning high immediate get all the facts about any
MODERN. :3 BR, 1'1 bath. alr ditioned with large screened rent. $60 per mo. Call or see facturer will furnish complete career might have without any I 4 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $91 5
porch carport and utility room S. E. SAPP. REALTOR program with exclusive factory obligations on your part. per mo. 22
with washer-dryer connections Nfwbfrry, Fla. connection. Write: CHEX
at 601 NW. 36th Ter.. $125 per 2910 N. 16th St.. Phila. 32. Pa. We have lots available Inmost We Trade Homesor 3224 NW 30th Ave. P
mo. Call FR 2-1476 or FR 6-2735. any section of town for 3 BR, 2 bath $550 dn. $86
49 Rooms for Rent IF you want a bargain in a good you to choose from. or Property sponsored in the public interest by :7:
MODERN 2 BR home spacius lot. grocery store. all colored trade, = permo.fflllIm1a122EniImmm1llllElla
on schoolbus route. 3 ml. from LARGE room with private 'ante call me. You must have collateral Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene *
Brooker on tuway 231. Call for businessman or woman. CallF & good credit. Ph. FR Paramore have over 30 years 1IIIUlllltllnllntmmmRllltlllmllllllnummmmtllALL
485-2719. R 2-8262. 6-7231 days FR 2-0641 nights. combined experience in the OUR HOMES ARE FOR RENT124SE7thSt. P! The Gainesville
construction. homes.! _By careful : 22 OPEN FOR YOU TO EN.JOY I
supervision by Jim ana 58 SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR. 1 Bath =
Gene it will enable you as the 08 YOU WILL JUST CALL 1 Year Lease $95 per Mo.tmllllllllltttttllRllIlRlIIRRnlllllUlllllHll Board of Realtors
SERVICESHome homeowner to get more home 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR
for your money and certainly 6-5301 or FR 4-7989 \ =llImIlImauwBnnhInulnlIwlwwwwIIImflhIHwlInaP
makes The James construction -
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By building primarily the I

And BusinessAppliance have great Kingsberry a opportunity great home advantage we for feel you and we as HUNTING? See Them All, ThenCOMPARE

the purchaser to pick design
and floor plans that are create I
Auto Glass Painting ed by some of the country's CHECK THESE NORTHWEST
1 leading architects.If .

AUTO GLASS Is our only busi desire complete Information -
ness. Immediate Installation; call The James Co. and
free pickup & delivery. Add I Free estimates. Phone 376-0726. we will be happy to come to
beauty & value to your car. I your home and spend any
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. I Plumbing amount of time necessary to / LOT SIZES (you need enough
323 N W. 6th St. FR 6-7558 explain The James Co. system room for privacy)

Bulldozing SEWER& used INSTALLEDNEW fixtures complete of home can ownership.We secure FHA.. VA and I $15,400Three I SQUARE FOOTAGE ( PER DOLLAR)

RemS SMAll. bulldozer loader. plumbing service "BIG" JIM several different types of con- ,
linq3flaO4 trucks. fill dirt, lime rock. TopsoiL HUGULEY.Ing. FR 21589.Gainesville Plumb- ventional financing. bedroom two bath colonial model. All brick (ours are published on our price list) .

After I p.m. Phone 3727844. Let us mention a few of front. corner lot. paved street all city services, walkto f SERVICE (askanyH.C.M.)

BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe UpholsteryUPHOLSTER the Homes that are either un- elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550 Home Owner)
wheel tractors. motor der construction or In the down only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare .
grader. Free estimates. W. G. .
(Buck Johnson FR 4-4l reasonable prices.your furniture Call planning stage.4Bedroom new and almost ready for occupancy. Plus Gainesville's Only Resident-Restricted Swim Club

Experienced. FR 4-98M. 3 full tile baths
Concrete with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
area. You must see this hometo $13,500Three You owe it to yourself to buy a home you'll be comfortable in a Kirkpatrick &

CONCRETE finishing. Walks. RemodelingDO appreciate it. We will trade Pierson home. Before you buy. consider your future plans check room sizes for
drives. patios. slabs and shuffle on this one.3Bedroom
board. etc. expertly done. Estimates YOU NEED. Florida room. ex. furniture placement, look for convenient traffic patterns. You'll find exactly what
Call 3773884 anytime. tra room. more room roof work.or 1W bath with with double you need in one of our 14 new models. Live in an established community of happy
maybe a complete new home;? hardwood floors located on bedroom. one bath model accesS -
home owners (27 families have purchased two homes Highland Court Manor -
For a free estimate. & guaran- well shaded lot. Small down- to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation lOOx
Landscaping teed 37J-WU9, phone Carl C. payment. FHA.Construction 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. one family has purchased three).

Repair & LANDSCAPE SERVICE to start soon on Monthly payments only $81.00 per month.

Air Conditioning Grass-Sod-Garden of all kinds.CREVASSE'S MainNurserystock Sewing Machine Repairs 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin VISIT OUR MODEL HOME TODAY
N.E. Gainesville. Call now
NURSERY CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER- and make all color selections. $15,000Three Bedroam-2 Bath-Fla. Room
Landscape Co. VICE CO. ilS W. University All these will be brick veneer. THE CHESTERFIELD ;
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP FR 4-J514 for free estimate. Ave. 376-1075. We repair all We have 40 lots on 39th Ave. O 1554 sq. ft. Enclosed Space
MiHt s. Work fully guaranty**. 100'x276'. Pick a lot and house bedroom two bath Sherwood model. 1200
First in air conditioning: and Appliance Drive North on Main, turn right at NE 23rd Blvd., continue
repair*. We sell guaran- Mortgage BrokerFHA plan to suit you. feet of modem living space. Only $100 down
teed washers. refrigerators. etc. Tires Alignment VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately toNE 12th St. and turn LEFT. Follow Signs to NE 31st Are.
Now 3-
FR and conventional at lowest under construction
40267.WE current rates. Terms to 25 Brake Service Bedroom 2 baths with 1453 $91.00 per unit complete.
FIX IT years. Will gladly discuss at no Sq. Ft. floor area double carport Kirkpatrick & Pierson offers many built-in benefits and quality
Any type appliance electrical obligation. Call tomorrow.J. VACATION SPECIALON on shaded 100x276' lot. Will
work or gasoline engine repairs W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor famous nationally known Mo trade on this one. $12,250 j features which they feel are of utmost importance to their customersin

done immediately and economically. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-844 hawk tire . Save up to Highland Court Manor. A few of these:
Pick up and delivery. FRED B. ARNOLD SO", on new tires. See our new
BUTLER & SONS REALTORFHA wrap around retread that gives Our best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone Wolmanized pressure-treated lumber is used from shoes through studs
SERVICE CENTER AND CONVENTIONALLOANS more mileage & traction. Lati- bath home new and distinctively deferent at $400 and lifetime of termite
plates to insure you a protection.
NW 6th St. 376-2166
1531 Tire
rtw Co. 613 N Main St. down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees $74.00 a month

121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 Tree Service total payments Newly clean and ready for a family.All S Del Mar natural finish wooden cabinets for lasting chip-proof beauty.

Appraisal Service MORTGAGE MONEY I city services, walk to elementary and Junior High Your choice of gas or electric Tappan built-ins Americo's favorite
S1* per cent interest. Terms to A.I TREE SERVICE schools.All line.

BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall Pruning, demossing& tree removal.bracing Cavi& cabletng t of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street Copper water lines for a lifetime without corrosion.

FRED B. ARNOLD work & tree feeding. Lawn service y- N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily acces-
REALTOR Moen Diol-Cet shower and tub fixtures just set the temperatureto
Dan and
Byrd VA Hospital
and maintenance. medical
Licensed center
to .
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR J-2511 Insured. Free estimates. Troy For More InformationCall your liking and turn off and on without adjustment.
SERVICE nearby shopping center.
121 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Thames.466-3482. Gainesville 376-2940. Jack Fla Hoov t r. ; Courteous. cooperative salesmen whose primary goal is making you

and conventional loans. Low I WHY PAY RENT? happy in your new home.
rates. Terms to 2S vears. 1221 TheJames
W. Univ. Ave. 3725391 WINDOW CLEANING i I

Auto Equipment FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned i Co.Of II I Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View

Conventional and F.H.A. Ie ans. and waxed. houses washed. 10 : 14Highland
Cal 376-1236. Grace Fordyce. yrs. experience. Free estimates. ( Court Manor
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & Realtor Fordyce & Associates. Phone FR 2-5'SS. Gainesville. Inc.
exchanged Repair kits tor Inc.. 926 West
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized no*. University Ave- Builder of Kingsberry Estates.BUTLER I New the swim club community
Walker Hydraulic Jack BROTHERS
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Sun Want Ads
Main FR 21497ADVERTISE 372-2527 I U by Kirkpatrick & Pierson
WANTED: Painting. Free estimates

No job too small NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS Blvd. & 11th Terr. Phone 372-3471
Safes 23rd
IN THE Get Results -
SERVICE DIRECTORY Work guaranteed. PhoneFR 372-7401 ,....: FR 2-9545 doily: FR 6-9048 .is.h

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Prices reduced throughout the 1956 and 1957 Ford:' pickups. Excellent HILLMAN convertible. 1958 Minx BRING out the best In your car.
( store. New and used Pianos. Coo- condo throughout. Will sell in good condition.. $450 Call FR Superior Auto painting a, body ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIP. KITS. I WILL Trade Oldsmobile station Used Cars
sole and portable stereos. Used e"her Go1f'R:' 372-4KU. 2-9702. work. Fast dependable service No time to build. EICD SCOPE \ wagon in excellent condition for
I' ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHJ.NDISE organs. Special sale day Friday. free pickup delivery WRIGHT'S w-sw. SIG TRACER. RCA I Jeep in like condition. Phone B&G MOTOR CO.
I fa M..raa May 29th. We will: be open Friday 1956 INTERNATIONAL cab over Mercury Monteray, 1959 4-door se- BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St. VTVM. Mist See at 2911 N.E. 2441. Cedar Keys.
1 Card .f Tliuka .1 Wasted t. B.. = night. Live music from 6 van. AI condition, $300 cash. dan. Air conditioned, radio: heater F R 6-9707. 11th Ter, after 7:00 P.M.
I Iwsl A t: Machinery c\ Teals C p.m. 'til??? Bands guitars; sing- Rt. 1, Box 43-A. Archer. Fla. white side walls. Exceptionally Cadillac Oldsmobile!
4 Pen""atbed Senteu a Balldb4 Jlatnlab, __ ing groups. Sop by enjoy the clean. Reasonable. FR 21313. CONSUL 1961 all extras excellent 87 Automobiles Wanter 2001 NW 13th St.
Travel Inf.rlDal1om .t Household Gads ite music save money on your mu- I t 1224 E. Univ. Ave. condition $600. Phone 372-89C7. 86 SWAP CARS
IIpeelal' Netfees fS AaUa" sic needs. Gainesville Music Center 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals MERCURY. 1955. Station See after 5 at 1617 N.W. 10th
'7 FMrlsli Mice. F.r Sa I. E 1025 W. Univ. AveAutomotive. Radio heater wagon. Ave. CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords
r I Baby SUera Child Care 47 Trading POlt mission. Good tires.automatic trans I I WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile 88 in & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Service
Places Te G. od 1. Articles Wanted >_ RENT a truck one-way anywnere tion. 1 owner. 3722340.Good condi '61 Buick Electra Convertible. all excellent condition with premium Station 916 SE 4th St. VOLKSWAGEN
Tbints Te See a Fael OU A Woocla in the USA. from United Rent- power, excellent condition. $1995. tires for Jeep in like condition.
0:1 Beat Marla.,. 5 ._Alls! 625 NW tth Ave. FR 62835. MERCURY 1956. Black and White. See 15 S.W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 37*. Phone 2441 Cedar Key.
AUTOMOTIVE 11 Camp .Bot. Flak. : V-8 A.T., P.S. P.B.. radio heater. 6481. GAINESVILLEAUTO .
1- .a Alrplaae Salu-Beatal. 2% Office E.Ime. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 83 Motorcycles & Scooters Phone 3760063. Very good 63 MG Midget Ice blue whitewalls ,
11 MobCe Homes tee Sail on Huteal lIreaudbl 5 condition. tonneau radio & heater, l SALES
Tncki for SalE' I FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES good condition. Call 3722786.
LAMBRETTA 'U PLYMOUTH 1961 2-door FAIRERBY 1007 N. Main St.
7s Trucks Waated 4820 NA13h St. 441 South Mechanically excellent sedan. V- I i
.1 Traeters A Trick Belltala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Gainesville 3725113 No reasonable: offer re 8. AT, heater, 4 new W-W tires. 62 FORD ranch wagon. V-8 Cruis- I Phone FR 2.6313 MILLER-
111I Trailer Rentals Hours I to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 fused. Call FR 2-M24 or Univ. White with black interior. S759 or amatic. radio t< heater, powe I Northcentral Florida @
II Hottlreelu A Seater 13 Lots for SaIl 5 Service is a must with us. ext. 2355. $250 and take up payments.Mr. steering new paint. $1395. See al l BROWN _
$4 A.tomlbll. Bepalra I' Waterfront Property E Edgar U Wight. 4621173. Ryder Truck Rentals. 2017 NE Largest I 1030 E. Univ. Au'I"'ra.
U AattllDlbUes for aale IS Houses Fer Sale 84 27th Ave. Phone 372-8631. Independent Dealer I
H Swap Can H Cottages For Sale c WYATTTrailer- AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS VOLKSWAGON 1957 Recently FAR FR 2-3582 I
11 Eat Estate Eschaae.EDUCA c overhauled. Good condition, $415.
TI NAL sa Real Estal Wasted Call 3764615 or 372.2888. FOR THE CORRECT

. '11 Sebolla A Inetreetbs II O.t .t 1:o.o Property EU Trailer SalesHome SPECIAL auto painting $2 .9S. Automotive VALIANT 1963 clean WW tires. TIME 1964
t 41 Prepenae. repairs and tuneup.
Uaale ,
Datelna. automatic. V200. Small M
Miller & Sons. 732 equity or
BesidesUal N.W. 1st St.
10'acUoa :: Farms A Aereag ot Phone 372-0080. older car and assume payments.Call FR 2-1411 FAIRLANE
Pacemaker Mobile Homes
FR 23813 after 5:30 FR
EMPLOYMENT :Colored Property R.ntals Shasta and Airstream AIR CONDITIONING Tune up 6-3162 in afternoon and ask or for !
11 Work Wanted Male Colored property Sales Travel Traile'sOcala's Special. S2JO for performance Bob both places. Courtesy Of AS LOW AS Yes! It's True
First Mobile Horn test. All
Work Wseted Femal. makes and models. University ChevroletN. i
: Sales Help Waned RENTALS 1923 Dealer Silver- Springs Since 1948 Blvd. Conditioning Hawes Powers Servicing Motor Center.Co. Mr 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard- Main St. at 16th Ave.

U U Hale DralDahe Was.r l ed Femsb U U Cotta Finished I es For Aria.Bne i_= Phone Ocala.6291358 Fla. 204 2561.N. Main St., Phone FR 2- top 4 speed coupe transmission.air conditioned Car I $199600 ]I NO FLIMFLAMNO

11 FelDale Help Waded 4.47 Noises VD'ul'llblted fer Rent Apt.. Fal'll.tI SPECIAL THIS WEEK is parked on Univ. City
Houses for Bent Clllul'1I. 10' Wide used mobile:! home 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE Bank parking lot. See Mr. GIMMICKS !
large lot. $2395. 1 Mile S. of DODGEDARTDODGE
4 for Rut g Foster or Mr. Johnson: at' SHAW&KEETER
Paynes Prairie. For appointmentcall
: "t.rm
: E..lpmea' 50 Hotel Rooms
; 27 Feed II FerUlIzer 51 Mise. Beatal. == FR 6-3052. CORVAIR Monia '63, equipped the bank. I TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE

24 Lhuteck A 8a"U. au Wanted To Bene -_ WE BUY wall with tires8,000 radio heater white side 61 CORVAIR coupe, at ...... $9951 I New 1964 GMC Pickups
2 t wDda..pln Top S.O 5: Boarder Wonted c Assume actual miles. 63 COMET .................. $1.395
SO Pete II Supplies U Office Desk Space USED MOBILE HOMESTop ty. Will consider payments older small equi 61 RENAULT ................ $495
11 Unlock WlDud n Business &eataJa == dollar paid phone 3764571. equity. Call owner at car 312-8 I WE have installed sewer system _ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. 64 FIAT 400 mt. ............ $95 372-4343 FR 2.0503
FINANCIAL H SERVICE 8> have made additional new large CHEVROLET. 1955. Four door se 62 FORD Galaxie .......... SM95 I I $175 DOWN
Oportpltlu 23 Special Services Phone 3723407: FR
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spaces standard shift.
' 11 Money t. Leu 23 n.m.
Improtemeuti = at Shady Nook Trailer Ct. 3101 First S275 takes. Phone FR .
II -
Mertaea U Rdle c\ TV Strrlee 6483. MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963
II Money Waited 25 Appllaaeo A Firnltsreb SW 34th St. 376-7559. factory air-conditioning, power. i
'' TWO bedroom nouse trailer. $900, DODGE STATION WAGON '61. steering power brakes R & H ENGLISH FORDPRICES $5611
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Can be rented. Phone ;376-8234 of SS4.24 per mo. Call 6-1153 or
EXTRA clean cars. $95 to $595.
66 Mise .For Sate.' 66 Mist .For Sale. Monday to Friday to 5. 6-1S1Oo 98 day 50-50 guarantee. No down I

FOR SALE newly redecorated 2 BR. DODGE. 57 Royal 4 dr. AT payment small weekly or monthly I sales life
FOR SALE recently acquired com Chrome dinette set and 4 chairs trailer & cabana. $600. Owner PS alr-cond $395. Joe Boone. payments. H & H Motors. Including: License tag state tax
pact Columbia Stereophonic, $25. with turquoise cover $25. 906 leaving state must sell Immedi -0222 or 67447. 1636 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 3723749. insurance and finance charges.
Call 3726626. N E. 20th Avenue ately. Archer Rd. Trailer Village,
lot 16. J. Chanec. FORD 1956 2 dr. V.8. Automatic 1964 4-door alr-cond. CHEVY II NOW STARTi3952.E. i
UPRIGHT piano excellent condi- transmission radio, good mechan- Nova. This car is one month
tiOn. S200; T.V. Set. $25; Radio- 70 Boats-Marine Equip' 33 x 10 1 *, 1960 Shamrock. ical condition. Call FR22809.. old and is being offered at $450 PontiacCMC
Phonograph $10. 303 NW 36th St. Call FR 2-8598. FORD below lowest available Gaines Tropical
$1500. 1959
or call 62355. 25'! Criscratt cabin cruiser hull baits. V-8 auto r & h, seat ville price. Call FR 6-9958 daysor
No. C10-062 power with Crls- FOR SALE assume contract for Entering Peace Corps. S5CO 3725032 evenings
NEW and used chain saws, lawnmowers craft KL-105 engine In first class 2 BR 10' x SO trailer. 3 mo.' Ph. Gary Newman at 6-3211. ext.
edgers. tampers light cond.tioi: Price $2.500. Boat docked old Call FR 65472 for appOint. 5676 after 4 P.M. or at 2.6189. 1960 RAMBLER deluxe six 22,500 Truck Center
plants, cable. Wisconsin Brlggs at Old Clay Landing Suwannee actual miles by original owner.
ment. FORD I FR 2.2583
F-500. 302 NW 8th Ave.
S-eoupe. Air
& Stratton new and used mo- River near Carrp Azalea, cond. Needs minor body work, other
tors. Rental sales' and service. test cruise by arrangement. Call 1953 HICKS trailer a x 43". with B-seats. New tires. Whole- wise perfect. Reasonable. Moving
conditioned sale for $18t$. Bill Anderson. FR to CRANE MOTOR CO. 516 S. MAIN ST. -
Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE Archer 495-2121 during day or 11 x 30' cabana. Air Calif. & must sell. Call C. H. "
16th Ave. Phone 3 BR. furnished. Phone 3767317. 6- 222. Marlowe FR 21369 after 5 P.M. ..L '- "" '
3763411. -
495-2402 at night. ---_'__ __ _---'=' -__- ._ ---.' -_ ---------- n_ _____ -
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AIR CONDITIONER Coldspot, 12. Boat Trailers Refinished. NOW SHOWING I
500 BTU. 250 volts. excellent con Sandblastedprimedpainted.Expert 1964 MOBILE HOMES
dition.. $150. See at Lot 63 Pine- Work. Realistic prices. 2 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor
hurst Trailer Park. Call 3723139 Plans. Terms tailored to meet
your budget. Drive a little and
ir ALUM. John boat & motor, 10 ft. aluminum fishing boat with save a lot at
$200; campIng trailer $150; utilIty 7V h.p. motor and one man CONNOLLYMobile
trailer 47. $75 camp stove, cartop loader carrier. Call 372- Home Sales Inc.
lanterns, misc. furniture tads!:' 6172. 441
2 Miles North on U. S.
& camera equipment. See John Phone 622-8166
Teter SW 3rd St. Alachua, eve
72 Office Closed Sundays

,J-33 nings.model Sat Polaroid& Sun. camera. Like I GAINESVILLE largesl Equipment vc'ume office 1964$380 FLEETWOOD.down. Take 57 over X 10 paymentsof 3 BR.

new. S50 Call 3726626. supply dealer Chesnut's $7083 per mo. James H. Cortina wins East African Safari Rally
Office Equipment Co. invites
THE best costs less. Dry clothes :: you Brown. Waldo. 468-1755
for less with Philgas from Fuil- to free come and Chesnut's shop or call Office for 23 years in Mobile Homes Busi-

gas. Inc. 376.5302- Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. ness. Deals & Service to satisfy ... .
1 TWIN bed, box springs & mat. Ave In Downtown Gainesville you. Special attention given to -- '
ress. foam rubber mattress. $40 U of F students. Butts Mobile ., .
Call 376-3364 73 Musical Merchandise Homes Inc.. across from Gaines o' t, ., <
ville Livestock Market. 441 Northat :'' "
? GE portable stereo .. stand. Move city limits. 3768361.Only ." '
e"> s'C'kl'rs.! 4 speed Excellent WUSUTZER Mahogany spinet
r- "-tr| .. new at X-mas. piano.. Queen Ann style $450. 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES I
Orig. cost $100 sell for $60j I SAVE to $1.500 '
PIANO god condition $100. C a II BANK FINANCING
/. .672. or see at 4134 NW 11th
St. FR 2-2417 after 6:00 P.M. NEW 10' wide mobile homes
Town & Country Trailer Sales
YOU MAY BE NEGLECTING 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290.ITS waxv'
YOUR HEARING. Our Free Examination Christmas Left overs. Alt
will give you an accurate new organs. Savings up to 30 FOOLISHto
Report. Visit Gainesville per cent. Earl's Piano Co.
Heariro: AM Cnmpanv today. 620 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222 pay more. RECKLESS to
N. Main St. Phone FR 60075. SPINET PIANO to transfer to pay FACTS.less Payments GET THE as low REAL as

MEDIUM size Duo therm kerosene good local ho-re. Simply assume $57.29 per month with $300 down.
heater, with built In fan. $25 200 small payments. We'll transfer LAKE GENEVA
and fully guarantee. Write for
gallon steel kerosene tank on legs.
S20 376-7570 details and inspection Credit Mobile Homes Sales
Mgr. 105 Dodd St., Rome Georgia Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla.
V SOUND OAK table with 6 chnirs.wasittand .
Empire style' love BELIEVE IT
seat with 2 chairs. Wicker eha.selounre ; WURLITZER isi
America's No. 1 piano and
Reupholstered 2-p i e c e OR NOTSave
at Earl's Piano Co
le- I'pl. Mahogany bedroom organs are
suite with twin beds. Other household Gainesville's evclusive Wurlit- SiOO. 10 x 46 2 BR furnished
: ice \. Nearly-Nu-Furniture zer Dealer. 702 W. University only $3195. $350.40 down. 2 ? n'r t a y.
Shop. 316 N.W. 8th Avenue. FR Ave. Phone 3722222. $5409 per month.
64392 Over 50 models to choose from
ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I Upright pianos some as Is. some TRAILER MARTHWY.
am back at old stand. 516 W. i i"i factory rebuilt, priced from $25 17 PHONE 328-1050
University Ave. I buy sell and and up. Gridley Music Co. 6
trade. 1st class repairs as al. I Gainesville Shopping Center. ,FR
_. ways._-.. -25353. ---------- -- L Nairobi, Kenya. British-built Cortina GT's won the torturous East African Safari Rally. The modest looking familycars

rally modified, triumphed over the 3,188-mile run often called the toughest in the world, finishing first and

BRAND i third over 92 others. Only 21 entries made it all the way. Four were Cortinas-a remarkable demonstration of

stamina and performance. Victories like the Safari are becoming a habit with this rugged performer. Cortinas

have won firsts in 25 out of 27 international competitions to date, including firsts-in-class at Marlboro, Sebring,


Bridgehampton and Pensacola, a clean sweep of recent U.S. meets against other competition-modified cars.

I Cortina's new low price

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'63 FORD Fairlane 4.door sedan '60 RAMBLER Station Wagon, Dearborn, Mich. Cortina is available throughout the United States, imported and distributed by Ford Motor

I automatic transmission radio overdrive radio heater extra in the GT the deluxe 2or 4-door sedan and the station Each of these Cortinas

M heater . . . $1995 clean . . . . $995 Company, wagon. provides

comfort bucket 21 ft. trunk American size nuts and bolts
59 PLYMOUTH 9-passenger five-passenger seats, a cu. surprising performanceand
'63 RAMBLER Classic 4-door automatic

transmission, radio air- Sttl.on Wagon radio, automatic heater transmission equally surprising economy. Meet Cortina, the new economy compact, at your English Ford Line Dealer's.If .

l conditioning. Extra nice $2095
steering . . . $795 you are planning a visit to Europe, ask about the savings from arranging for delivery overseas. G" "

'62 RAMBLER 4-door air conditioning '57 MERCEDES-BENZ 190 4- tom.

J power steering, power door radio heater an excep-

brakes radio heater, like new. tional cor . . . $695

f $2095

i automatic'61 PONTIAC transmission Bonneville: : wagon radio., ONE WEEK SPECIAL p: J Get your Cortina for as little as $1698 Special P.O.E

I heater power steering power
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I At The 'Aswan Dam No Cure-Ail for AfricaOutside i

much of Africa is either un- Commission for Africa in AddisI A fundamental moral diffIculty
New lurk utters I
LibraryBy By JAY WALZ stable or unfriendly to Western I Ababa is trying to aid develop- is that most of the 35

CAIRO-By far the most im- Assistance capitalists, foreigh aid and in- ment planning.The independent African states are
vestment are coming to the African Devel- still fighting colonialismeitherfor
portant recent single event in emerging
African development was the Remains Vital Needwith continent. opment Bank is expected to themselves or' the many
JOHN T. ALGEo ([Packer) biography of the completion of the first stage However, Africa's need for play an important part in improving 'enclaves still held by foreign

(Mr. Algeo, our guest reviewer poetess, making use of new and of the Aswan High Dam in massive outside help still far Africa's export position.It I powers.
is Assistant Professor hitherto unpublished material; Egypt. exceeds the contributions of the will have $250 million in
of English at the University "Carlos, the King Who Would the problems of raising Dr. Kaissuny Premier Jomo United States, Western Europeand to finance needed
[ The Nile was diverted I capital many
Die" the standard of living, than IKenyatta of Kenya and Pres-
of Florida.) 1 Not (Langdon-Davies -' the Commuist-bloc coun-I
"Convention," by Fletcher story of the last of the Span-through a man-made channel were their predecessors in the ident Julius Nyerere of Tan- tries combined. projects. I
to prePare for building the nineteensixties.If mort emphasis on The role that private enter,
Knebel and Charles W. Bailey sh j Hapsburgs; "Pearson of I ganyika-put Africa makes about one-
II. Harper & Row, 1964. I Canada" (Bealshort and main dam. some economic advance is self-help. "We must work hard-! of the earth's up land prise can, or will be, permittedto i
fourth mass,
"Convention"' by Fletcher j friendly biography of the Prime The billion-dollar dam, when not made, the new political er-do more ourselves," these play remains uncertain. All. AGENT
but than 2
Knebel and Charles W. Bailey ]Minister of Canada; "s e an O'- completed before 1970, will open freedom emerging on the con- leaders have been telling their produces no more the new governments say they: jrsmm
cent of the world's goods ,,,, .
II has as its setting a Republican I Sasey'' (Cowasjee) -study of up a million new acres of farmland I tinent will be lost, accordingto people.It per and services. want foreign investment. Butit -C t. n.1Me I

National Convention in the j the Irish playwright's life in in Egypt and create hydroelectric most experienced observersas is expected that the Afri- is clear that some, notablythe I
indefinite but not distant fu ]relation to his plays; "How power for President. well as responsible African Bank be Per capita income is $110.If U.A.R., view the foreign 1 -
ture. The ballyhoo, the hoopla :Shakespeare Spent the Day" Gamal Abdel Nasser's ambitious -' leaders. can Development in the may second South Africa is excluded, the capitalist suspiciously and will I
I ready to l
and the hokum is about the nomination I(Brown) an account of Shakespeare's industrialization program. These leaders, including Dr., half of this open year, much sooner average is only $90. permit him to operate only at: We can give

of a candidate for the : working day with information But before the dam can payoff Abdul Moneim el Kaissuny than har been thought pos- The United Nations Economic tight rein. I
The two chief contenders I[ brought together -
presidency. the problems that plague
deputy premier for economicand sible. If so, this will be one of 11reasons
are Charles B. Man-I from many sources: "Napoeon" will you
this developing financial affairs of the the first material contributionsof
chester, Secretary of the Treasury .(Markham) well-re- multiply. Populations will in-
A.R. have made for
urgent appealsfor the year-old organization
and Bryan Roberts, Gov- searched objective biography;; forinsuring t
Unless all predictionsfail
crease. from the continental
advanced African to
help unity
ernor of California. "Lenin" (Possony-a study of; FLORIDA Poolby
between Swimming
the'economic -
but gap countries at the trade negoti- economic development and fis-
Manchester is intelligent, accessible documents. have and have-not nations -
ations in Geneva.
no egghead; he is physically FICTION will spread before it nar- cal stability.
prepossessing with radiant per- "A Moveable Feast" (Hem- rows. Inter-continental com- But many of them-certainly While the political climate in. Rivers Construction Co.A .

sonal magnetism; his integrityis ingwaysketches) rewritten petition will intensify. your car, home, or bus-
incorruptible; and best of all from Hemingway's notebooks of
But'efforts at and a
he believes in sound fiscal pol- 1921-26; "Rascals'Heaven" (Ma-, progress [ iness through us. This
icies. In sum, he is an Eisen- son) historical novel abou t solutions-of which the Soviet FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY we're Independent
: aided Aswan High Dam is the 4 DRAWER FULL SUSPENSION seal means
hower with brains. Roberts Is the first years of General Ogel ,
a sweatily obese politician who thorpe's colony in Georgia;: outstanding example--will mul- LETTER SIZE FILE 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 insurance agents

does not dirty his own hands "The Golden Keel" (Bagley-. tiply, too. And there is high Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 I ---:/>nally trained.Kirkpatrick .
but who is not above letting oth- suspense story of the search foi'Brightness" r hope in Africa today t h a ts 1 REG. $59.95 NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH -prof

ers engage in a little briberyor (Jenkins) a contemporary leaders in the nineteen-seventie NOW WHILE THEY LAST!
will be better prepard to ci
little blackmail for him. ;
a story concerned with EACH POOL YOU CET I i
Manchester has the nomina- I .. will be better prepard to cop $4250COLORS
the nature of love and mystical Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
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conferencethat "Budd- wing (Hunter) ;a Successor Leaf Net &
at a press for himself "Th
man's search ; e
he favors a substantialcut CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
Case of the Phantom Fortune'Gardnerthe s
in defense spending, espe latest Perry Ma_ To Polaris? Edmonson
cialy for nuclear stockpiles and
son mystery "To Hide a Rog Complttei
for missiles that cost 10 billion MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP- ,
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of more bombs than are "And Wait for the Night" (Cor- derwater missile concepts a:s

needed to kill everyone who is; rington) a novel wit 1 possible successors.

available of killing. But human scenes of the South during th e Rear Adm. I. J. Galantin sai d<
itarianism and sound fiscal Civil War and the years tha t systems being considered anY e

policy are of secondary concern followed; "The Higher Th e; deep diving submarines mad e
to the missile manufacturers: Fly" (Hodder-Williams) suspense of titanium or glass which coul '

and the union leaders, all of story of a plane threatened hug the ocean bottom; missile s
whom stand to lose from any; with mechanical failure'Accident" ; powered by nuclear energy o r
cut in government spending for (Janeway) a novel '- exotic fuels, and deployment of I

bigger ets.An bombs and faster rock- struct about their a who recd- large anchored missiles in in the submergectubes sea. Getng t there is twice the fund

unholy alliance of big bus- He outlined the proposals m
iness and big labor sets out to Gang Chops a paper prepared for the annua 1
preserve the inalienable Amer- meeting of the Aviation am
ican right to profits and salary Space Writers' Association.t .
by assuring that the nominationgoes Up ProjectPHILADELPHIA /I'

to fat, sweaty Governor
Roberts. The sides line up; it's; (AP-Abou t t\ i
100 men, swinging clubs, axe: 1. in 1Far '
the capitalists, the union bosses Ford i
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the 240-pound governor anda and sledgehammers, sw e p rom
mysterious electronic computer through eight houses in a nor
against Charles B Man, union project near Independenc e m f -

Chester and all the little peopl Hall Monday, causing $15,00 0 1

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United States. Strictly no con.. Roy Fuiman, the developerwho ri
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test. The suspense lies not m I
who will win, but in how. mate, said the gang had race 1
This novel, like "Seven Day; through in five minutes, breaking
in May," an earlier book by the windows and frames, rip
same authors might be regard. ping out railings and rainspoutsand ,IS

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