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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
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June 29, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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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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I' of downtown Gainesville's new fa ce is Citizens Bank, currently under' construction ST. AUGUSTINE(AP-More by both Negroes and whites was streets by fist-swinging whites.

on North Main Street. For ether examples of "new faces," see picture panelon than 200 state policemen, some, stepped up. Fist fights and othGov.. Farris Bryant clampeder WASHINGTON AP) Hen-

page 19. holdings dogs on leashes, escorted violence became a daily ocon a curfew to end public pa- ry Cabot Lodge declared today

30 civil rights demonstrators currence as integrationists were rades at night That broughtmet that he considered it a higher

r By JEAN CARVER into' the surf at St.: on the beaches and city (See RACIAL on Page 2) duty for him I to return home

Sun Staff Writer. Augustine Beach today. 'and fight for the Republican

(Conclusion of a'Series) REVITALIZING The new assault on this old presidential nomination for

Who owns 'downtown Gaines- city's 'racial barriers came as We'll' Risk War Gov. William Scranton than to

ville? the possibility of a truce loomedin remain as U.S. ambassador to
DOWNTOWNProperties between Ne- South Viet Nam.
o the long conflict *
Many of the lots and buildings L
studied In the central bus- groes and whites. He told a White House news

iness core where 78 per cent of .Forming a wedge, the police ,For Peace: LBJWASHINGTON conference, after receiving a
broke through a line of 10 white flowing farewell from President
the rated be-
buildings are as and Annie Moore. Avenue frontage plus Main segregationists and walked into Johnson, that he felt the
ing in fair or poor condition by Chesnut, $115,720: Tom and Street frontage) Martha Lee the water in full uniform-There, (AP) President message Sunday as he ended a war in South Viet Nam was

the city's tax assessment consultants Evelyn Fagan, $48,260; and the Dunwoody, $273,720; (south they formed'a protective box Johnson says the United three day trip into Michiganand "on the track," while "I felt

? corner lot bounded by 1st Street down Main Street) Burlingham, around the demonstrators. States "must be prepared to ,Minnesota. He took up the the Republican party is not on
The area where the 1963 Editor and 1st Avenue (NW), C.' Vernon ,-, $25,250; Sam and Betty Mi- Segregationists ran around the risk war" to keep its freedonij matter of war and peace in his the track."

Guide and Publisher Market Mize Jr., $48,230.WOOLWORTH'S chaels, (extends west to SW ring of officers, taunting and yet ready to "seek just compro only non-political speech of the Affirming that he did not be-

recorded reports that Gainesville BLOCK 1st Street) $69,560; Helen C. jeering. About 100 spectators on mise" to achieve peace. trip, at a Swedish Day festivalin lieve it was too late for Scran-
a great part of its
sales total of $79,126,000 with a Herman Liebowitz (two lots), Hollenbeck $32,360; Cheops the beach joined in the clamor. This was Johnson's keynote Minneapolis. ton to head off the front-run
Corp., $134,130; C. K. Tuten and After about 30-minute swimin ning Sen. Barry Coldwater for
projected estimate of $114,975- $79,450; third lot, $75,830; a Facing thousands of cheering
$33,780; Jefferson Stand- heavy surf that made it difficult his party's presidential nomi-
Amalgamated Mercantile :
000 in 19802Downtown's Corp Reds Minnesotans who stood under
ownership '(Woolworth's) $301,410; and the ard Life Insurance Co., $38,100; for police and demonstrators Ready shade trees in Minnehaha Park, nation, Lodge strongly indicatedhe
"Who's Who" was compiled by lot behind Beckum's Opticians, bounded by SW 1st Avenue -to stay on their feet, the in- / Johnson said: would attempt to enlist former
and SW 1st Street
using the 1963 city tax maps at Georgia Seagle Trust, $61,020. Williams Inc., $41,220.RUTHERFORD'S, Beasley'and. tegrationists retreated' under Blow at Laos "Today, as always, if a nation senhower's President Dwight D. Ei
city hall. Some of the propertyhas WILSON'S; BLOCK 'C. A. BLOCK guard. is to keep its freedom it active support for

'changed ownership since Pound, $42,050; C. A. ,Pound, Two lots, bounded by Univer-- There were no incidents and must be prepared to risk war. Scranton.

that time, however, and will $34,380; Albert Vidal," $110,390; sity Avenue (Rutherford's), no arrests.A StrongholdVIENTIANE When necessary, we will take Lodge helped engineer Eisenhower's
new effort to establish bi- nomination in 1952.
not appear on the official records Miss Raffie Wilson, -$369,930; SW 1st Street and SW''1st Ave a that risk. But as long as I am

until the .1964 tax roll is Graham Heirs, (Wilson's) $227- nue, C.C, ,.Pedrick estate, $143- racial committee was reported Laos (AP-La- president, I will spare neither Lodge returned to a themehe
issued late this summer by 770; (facing Main Street) C. A.: 500; ,three lots west of Ruther- nearing success, but it was un- otian Premier Souvanna Phou- my office nor myself in the had Hammered upon his arrival -
known if the four hours earlier
of at
City Finance Officer Clarence Pound, $45,700; Cheop Corp. ford's bordered by Universityand proposed group ma says 'the Communists are quest,for peace." An-
O'Neill (two lots) $126,480; (facing NE SW 1st Avenues, Mrs. T. ,two could whites and two Negroes preparing to attack his badly In South Viet Nam, ,Johnson drews Air Force Base the

The tour begins on University 1st, Avenue), Mary Phifer McKenzie S. George, $82,460; Florida Na- accomplish much imme- outnumbered neutralist army at said, "We are engaged in a duty nominate of both political parties to

Avenue at the, Shaw and $27,080.CITIZEN'S tional Bank parking lot, $84- diately.Community leaders its last stronghold in the strate- brutal and bitter struggle for the men who. are prudentand
Keeter Ford agency. This is BANK BLOCK (See,DOWNTOWN on Page'19)UF predictedthat gic Plaine des Jarres area. freedom of a friend" and'"we not impulsive.He
the intersection of 3rd Street A. L. Vidal (Vidal Drugs), $77- any group would have a difficult Souvanna said .the 'will stand firm to help maintain said that the president of
and University, across from 400; Miss Annie Scarrett, $47- time because, the middle have freedom and give them counsel the United States is the mat

First Federal. 890; Miss Annie Scarrett, $14-, GraduateFatally ground has all but disappearedin 17 battalions-about, and advice and ,help as neces- who makes the decision about
,the furious, month-long push 8,000 men-and heavy artillery the 'use of the atomic bomb.
SHAW AND 840 Miss Annie This
KEETER ; Scarrett, (Citi massed sary. was a change from
BLOCK -The first zen's Bank for integration by Negroes and a five-pronged as- his "That is something that is
two lots are ) $45,850; (facing prepared text, which 'read,
on Muong Soui 110 miles "
owned ,by Shaw and Keeter. NE 1st Street), Holy Trinity Shot, the equally determined resist- north of Vientiane, and just, "There too, we will use the 'very real, he said.

The corner lot is assessed for Church, $46,520; (facing NE ance "by whites. northwest of the The force necessary to help them. There is a, threshhold below
city tax rated ((80 per cent of 1st Avenue) Miss Annie Scar From Sun Wire Services There has been almost no neutralists have about plain. :maintain their own freedom. which no party should go in

its appraised value) at $150,670.The rett, $6,780; and bounded by JACKSONVILLE A man communication between the ton at Muong Soui. 3,000 men Johnson bad this to say about nominating" a man for the presIdency

adjacent property is asses NE 1st Avenue and NE 2nd who received his master's degree races for more than a week, The'Commut Pathet Lao compromising East-West differ- he emphasized."Both .

sed at $54,820. Next C. W. Street, Olive S. Britts, $3,770. last week from the Uni- following collapse of the first and their North Vietnamese al- ences in the interest of peace: parties should' : nomi-
Thomas, $103,670; Byron M. BAIRD HARDWARE BLOCKC. versity of Florida was found effort to find a settlement.. lies drove Gen. Le's "We must remember that differences nate for president a man who
Kong neu- "
Winn Jr. (Primrose Inn), $80- A. Pound (Baird Hard- shot to death today on a beach In the first fruitless attempt, tralist forces off.the plain earlier with others do not always is not,impulsive or imprudent.!

340 and ware), $79,640 ( Univer- a St. Johns flow from desire Speaking at plane-side upon
a backyard parking ; facing east of here. County grand jury this month, then halted their a for
lot running north and west, sity Avenue) B. R. Colson Glen L. Monroe, 23, had been called for a Sunday truce.|n public advance. domination They can come his return at 7:30 a.m. (EDT),

$12,020; Julia Schad, $100,340and estate, $54,530; (facing SE 1st shot once in the back of 'the demonstrations, after whicha "We will try to resist," Sou- from,bonest clash of beliefs or not Lodge be declared drafted.flatly: "I can-

an adjacent lot north of the Street going south), Baird head and in the back, said biracial committee, would vanna told 'a news conference goals.; In such cases our

corner property, $13.570. Hardware Co., $51,580; C. A. sheriffs detective chief J. C. have been established. The Negro Sunday. strength does not entitle us to He said the whole point of his

FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Pound, $33,020; C. A. Pound, Pattrick. leader, the Rev.'Martin i The loss of Muong Soul on impose our interest. Rather, our resigning the "very interest "

BLOCK Florida National $116,300; W. Edelstein, $25,430; Monroe, the son of a vice Luther King Jr., rejected this Highway '7, would, give the desire for peace compels us to post in South Viet Nam was to

Bank, $428,940; Gainesville Mary Phifer McKenzie, (old president of the Florida Na- and sought immediate forma- Communists an. important advantage seek just compromise." comeback and help Gov. Wil)

Phifer Bank), $56,580; and the tional Bank in J Jacksonville received tion of the committee. for an assault on the In' discussing "the several liam'W. Scranton in his drive

Wreck NearHawthorne lot facing SE 2nd Street, Baird his degree in English.His The grand jury refused to negotiate royal Laotian capital of Luang paths we take to peace," John- for the Republican nomination.

Hardware Co., $17,400. parents ,are Mr. and Mrs.G. along these lines. Prabang and bring them closer son made some pointed state
SEARS BLOCK-(University C. Monroe Jr. The pace of demonstrations to the administrative capitalof ments about the civil rights Lodge disclosed that he, will
Vientiane. problem at home in talking appear at the Republican party
about "the Platform Committee in San
Souvanna showed ability to adjust disputes -
newsmen without the use'of force." Francisco July 8. He said he

Kills Pair U.S.aerial reconnaissance photographs taken by Johnson said that in the pur- does not-so far, at leasthavea
suit of justice, the nation can ticket for the convention.
which he' said showed move-
find "here in
HAWTHORNE Two ments of troops from North Viet guidance our owncountry's Asked for comment on Sen.
persons -
Nam to Pathet Lao positions. historic pledge to the Barry Goldwater-whose deeat
were killed early yester rule of law."
day when the car in which they k.k "Nobody can deny North Viet Lodge seeks in the nomination
Nam's interference," he said. Speaking as much'about civil .fight-the retiring envoy said
were riding ran off U. S. 301 f
the for
two miles north of here and Souvanna said the Laotian air rights as Johnson quest said international he did not want to comment be-
force's T28 peace, : be wants to take
.slammed into fighter-bombers cause a con-
utility pole. '
a president the United
U.S.-supplied propeller planes- structive line, not a negative
Sheriffs deputies said the car of
States, and as an individual citizen
left the road at about 55 miles ; '- were continuing their ,strikes' I stand totally committedto one.
against the but
enemy were the integrity of Lodge said he does not
.. justice and ex
) hampered by bad weather.. He
the enforcement of.the law." pect to become the campaign
said poor visibility also was
per hour, and traveled more :\ preventing U.S. reconnaissance ,Johnson said the United StatesIs manager for Scranton "bul,I

than 100 yards without skidding. ', ..II .. planes from flying as often 'ashe pledged to "abide by the law expect to do a little telephoning. -

Deputies said the driver, Ed- ," -- ,1JI" .. r wants. C (See JOHNSO.Y 'on Page 2) ."
die Ross McGee, 21 Gastonia "
't' He thus disclosed his inten-
N. c., apparently fell asleep. -- ,'"
Dead are Edgar Lee McGee, f -..-.... -- ,-" '\ .. tion to work directly among

62 Miss, father Beulah of the Agnes driver,McGee and, ..- _.-.L'-:..-... ....., ': Woman Injured Critically National delegates Convention to the Republican trying to

69, the driver's aunt Both are ,: ? > In Collision switch their support from Gold-
:1 SE Sideowned
from Gastonia. : .. on water to Scranton. _
Eddie McGee 1 is hospitalized ''''' t' Told that there
,: by newsmen
at Alachua General 0 .. /, An Orange Springs woman by W and M Construction
Hospitalwith has been certain lack of
ti .n in sup.
was condition at Ala Co., of Williston .struck the
nose eye injuries.;: His
for Scranton the
\ #! k chua General port among
mother, Mrs. Alice E.,,McGee, Hospital this Herrin car.William .
delegates, Lodge replied, "I
54, is listed in good condition It., ,. morning. after a mid-morning Coatsey, Willis ton
with undetermined injuries. < -- accident at ,the intersection of driver of the truck said the hope"that is, going to change

Edgar Lee McGee and I Miss, lit .-, S. E. 4th Avenue and S. E. 11th Herrin car, headed west on S.E. now.

Beulah McGee were brother Street 4th Avenue, ran the stop sign Lodge got Into his comment

and sister. Funeral services for (Orange Springs is southeast and red signal at the intersec- about "prudent"> men this
them are to be at 4 pan. Thurs- of Hawthorne in Marion Coun- tion and into the truck's path. way:
day in Gastonia. Local arrangements / ty.) "They never even slowed (See LODGE on Page 2)),
are being handled by H down," Coatsey said after the ;

Jones-Johnson Funeral Home. .4 .w Mrs., Herrin was in serious accident "When I noticed they
p., 4 .. condition with severe chest injuries _weren't going to atop it,was too, 'Commission f
in the intensive late for to "
--I care unit me stop.
t ,,< .. .. a at Alachua General shortly after Investigating city police mean Agenda Light -.1
\ I o
:.......:t.., WHERETO :.-.. ,' noon.,, ured the skid marks from the Commissioners have a
: City
..... __.. officials truck for about 50 feet I
-4 "'" &' / '. .. Hospital said her,con north of light agenda scheduled at to
'. -
-; ',' p- ,-- ". ditioa was serious but "not deterioratiag the point of impact on 11th night's commission session.
; '
FJND"IT ./ ; --v at this time." Street
.. ':1.t. '' ------ City Manager Bill Green said
,Her hashand, Horace,',73.and ,Force of the Impact poppedthe ,this morning the major item :
.Comics .. .. .. ..20 .. .
: ... front windshield of the Her- '
grandson about is -
'. : .,... _. Jimmy Living on the agenda a presentation
".C"'ifie4 . 21-23 -
-- ,
\ -....- -- were' treated in the emergency car and shattered the rear by the Gainesville Fine
,; iee'l" .. .. .4! : room,and were ,in satisfactory window. Both right doors: were Arts Assn. seeking'support for
'.. .: .2_ -- ,condition by the broadside col office into .
: "'- accordfflg to ,converting the post a.: -j
Opinion Peg*, .-. .'. 4 -, lision. ;
'.,Sports .'. . 15. 16 hospital spokesmen.; cultural, center.
"u DeWu
'. Women's . .':6,' 7 The,accident happened short- on the accident'w re The meeting is at 7:30 p.m.
ly before 10 aja. when a southbound -, still under investigation this at the Utilities Operation Center -
1 Deputy"Sheriff F. O. Duke examines death car. "J wl boy" trailer buck morning by city police.' 55 S. E. 5th Ave.

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2 Gainesville Sun Monday, June 29, 1954

Segregationist Spokesman Weather Roundup More About Rejects Cyprus


> : Peace Proposal

Urges White. Supremacy Page 1

and accept its settlements NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) Dr. said the Greek Cypriot govern-
- : By JULES'LOR a fool"'Hitler "was intended to be of the white ZONESA U-' ...-----Lk to submit to courts and be satisfied Fazil Kuchuk, Turkish vice ment had armed thousands of .
: Associated Press Writer I ," he said, "was a the white decisions described terrorists, brought in others
man by man and for. Partly cloudy through Tues- by court to I president of Cyprus,
ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) -: great man." the white man." day thundershowers.with scattered Low tonight mostly 70 daytime to 76. respect, uphold and obey the' today as "empty words" a second from Greece, and kept the Turks
I : "Anyone who' thinks the nig! "The nigger", he said, High Tuesday M to ft Variable southeast law of the land." II' peace offer by Gen. George under siege. (
: ger is equal to the white man,"I "should be sent back to Africa." Lynch, in a slate-gray suit wind 5 to 15 miles an hour. ft If anyone takes a grievanceor Grivas, Greek Cypriot hero of I "Can the general really believe -

E said the Rev. Connie Lynch, "isi "The government" he said, and a long bow tie, has been the BCD Partly cloudy to- dispute into his own hands, the guerrilla war against ," he asked," that they who

"j chief spokesman at white segregationist night and Tuesday with scat- Johnson said, "the safety and Britain. : have been so merciless towardthe
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_r '-' -- rallies in St. Augustine.His tered afternoon and evening freedom of all is imperiled." I Grivas repeated his offer Sunday -i Turks will now suddenly

: HOW DOGS USED message is'a blend of evangelism thundershowers. Low tonight Speaking specifically of racial; in his first public appear- change their mood and become

&, and militant white su 68 to 72. High Tuesday 88 to 'w'a unrest, Johnson said: ance since returning to the angels?"

premacy. He said he came here 92. East and northeast winds "Today, the key to peace In island he helped win independence Grivas spoke to thousands of

: IN AUGUSTINE from his home in San Bernardino 5 to 15 miles an hour.E our own land is obedience to for in 1959. He called for Cypriots crowded beneath the

Calif., "to help these em- F G H I Partly cloudy to- the great moral command that peaceful coexistence between walls of NicosIa. on rooftops and

r : ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) About the most effective peace battled- good white people :in tered night and afternoon Tuesday and with evening widely thunder-scat no man should deny to anotherthe Greek and Turkish Cypriots in a in trees. He stood next to Arch-
their cause." showers. Low tonight 70 to 75. High .. i1l4 liberties the Constitution "free Greek Cyprus." bishop Makarios, the Greek
: in' St. Augustine's. difficulties -over race integration Tuesday to to 14. Vorlntrie winds S to
: 15 miles an hour.. creates,'as the law defines those friendshipand Cypriot president, and later
are a dozen police dogs. Grivas promised
Lynch has spoken night after J K Fair through Tuesday except "
: These animals are on duty night and day for the city for a few early morning show. liberties. amnesty for the island's toured the capital in a car with
night to anywhere from 100 to ers. Low 75 to 80. High Tues- Johnson flew to
tonight Minneapolis Makarios.As .
: and enforcement officers Sometimes minority which has
police, county sheriff state 300 day 88. East and south east winds GAINESVILLE WEATHER Turkish ,
2 eight or ten work as a pack: at other times they applauding segregationists I to 15 miles an hour.TEMPERATURES Municipal Airport readings for Saturday afternoon from Detroit been locked in a bitter struggle Grivas spoke, fighting
'L ride in patrol cars with their policeman handlers. gathered, on the plaza in this ELSEWHEREHigh and, that evening, addressed with the Greek Cypriots since broke out in Trypineni, 20 miles
400-year-old city. Precip. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: High .
I : Snubbed in close by their handlers, the dogs are lined Low a Democratic fundraising December. north of Nicosia. The U.N. peace
I up across the front of threatening crowds. Usually, they Sunday night in the First Bap-- Jacksonville tt 72 .79 90 at 2 p.m., low 69 ,at 4 dinner. Kuchuk said Grivas would put force said the skirmish lasted

1 : sit or stand facing the crowd, sometimes becoming excited tist church, Hosea Williams, a Miami Tampa 85 92 76 81 5 a.m. Rainfall .11 inches. the island's Turks "at the mercy three hours, killing one Turk

: and barking wildly. leader in the Southern Christian Atlanta New Orleans 89 Si 71 72 ,.40 EAST GULF: Variable winds S to II Shastri's'Condition of the Greeks." and wounding another.In .
I The police also use the dogs to scatter crowds. Handlers Leadership Conference, chal-- Boston 77 61 knots through Tuesday. Widely scattered While'Grivas was speaking, he London, Greek and Turkish
New York M 64
_2 : let the dogs rush forward on heavy leashes about 10' lenged Negroes in the pews: Washington tl 45 mainly afternoon thundershowers. said, Greeks and Turks were exchanging Cypriots marched together demanding -

I feet long stopping them a few feet from the legs of "Are you willing to get beat Kansas Chicago City 90 94 t9 73 CEDAR KEY TIDES gunfire in a nearby an end to .the blood-
p persons in the front ranks. 'Then the handlers move up up and go to jail for fteedom? Denver 91 53 .04 Is ImprovedNEW village and one Turk was killed. shed on Cyprus. Premier Ismet
Ft. Worth 95 71 Tuesday High at S.41 a.iru and
and repeat the procedure, forcing the crowd back. Are you willing to suffer?" Los Angeles 82 M 4:31 p.m. Low at 10:55: '.m. and 11:41 "Is this the kind of treatmentthe Inonu of Turkey is in the British
The dogs are a special problem for news cameramen He asked for volunteers for a Seattle a it p.m DELHI, India (AP- general wishes to offer the capital for talks with British of- ,

at night. They are trained to attack a light in the dark' wade-in at St. Augustine's beach Ailing Prime Minister Lal Ba- Turks?" Kuchuk asked.In ficials after conferring with
t 4 ness. Camaramen have been warned about using flashbulbs. today and a march into the Five Day Forecast hadur Shastri was reported in a long list of charges he President Johnson in Washing.ton. .
A of the generally good condition today
plaza. score more
I FLORIDA FIVE DAY FORECAST -'mums generally will be in the
= but more of his official sched-
200 listeners stood and pledged
14 70s, with highs from 88 to 92. EngineeringFrat NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: Temperatures will ule was cancelled.For .
themselves to participate. aver- I FLORIDA STATUTESIn
More will average one to two Alach
the Court of the County Judge
Earlier Sunday, a motorcadeof age near the seasonal normals inches with considerable local the first time there was a Initiales ua County. Florida. In Probate.In .

AboutLodge about 50 cars, rebel flags through next Saturday. Mini- ,variation.Qti'ttuartc. public suggestion that the 59- The University of Florida's HENRY re: Estate MERRITT of PATTERSON
fluttering from their windows, I year-old prime minister, who Frater- Deceased.To .
chapter of Sigma Tau I All Creditors and Persons Having
i drove up and down the beach. reportedly was stricken with a national engineering honor Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:
The drivers in mild heart attack Friday night, nity, You and each of you are hereby noUed
1 FrOln'PaO'e' 1 were society, held its, spring trimes- and required to present any claim
._..... audience the night ,before. Also on the beach was Bob responsibilities.The Inn. MERRITT PATTERSON. deceased: lati
the Holiday
_t "Having been in a foreign Scranton. He did not know for of Gainesville his wife quet Sunday or said County to the County Judge 01
and how the Presi! Hadley Times of India said no I Those initiated were: Walling Alachua County, Florida at his office Itthva
post the moment when he would,see and two children,.out for a pic J. MACK COKER tions to a favorite charity be court house of said County atGainesvllte !
dent makes decisions on life prime minister can afford to do Cyre Joe Ford, James F rney, Florida within six calendai
and death matters, with the Scranton and he said he had'no nic. Stuck in the sand in frontof ALACHUA Services for J. substituted for flowers. without a full-time foreign minister Mar o Guerrero, James Lomax, months from the time of the first pulicatlon )
of this notice. Each claim 01
President having control over i I plans to get in touch with Gold- their car was a five foot Mack Coker, 69, will be Tues- BRYAN VANNTHOMASVILLE as Shastri does. The pa- Otis Lutz, Barnett Mandel, Wilbur demand shall be In writing and shall
American flag. Every time the at 10:30 Newnans- called for "a more liberal Martindale, James McMul-state the place of residence and post
day at per
the atomic bomb, I believe both water.Of a.m. office address of the claimant: and shaft
parties must nominate prudent II Hadl ys go to the beach they ville Cemlerywith Rev. RobertA. Ga.Word delegation of responsibility." lan, Bill Moyer, Dan Nardiel- be sworn to, by the claimant Ms agent,
f men-not impulsive men.' and I the war in Viet Nam, said, they have flown their flagas Shelly of Alachua First has been received here of the Shastri, like his predecessor, lo, Takayoshi Oshima, Preston his attorney not so and filed any shall such be claim void. or demand -

think Gov. Scranton is 'one of Lodge said "We had some favorable a family jcustom., Methodist Church officiating.The death of Bryan Young Vann, the late Prime Minister Nehru, Page, Car 1 os Rangel, Walter MARGARET administratrix PATTERSONAs

our best men." developments in the last A car flying the rebel flag ran retired sawmill operatordied 63, president and owner of retained the foreign minister's Rose, Dale Spooner, and Steve James S. Qulncey of
'. Lodge reports to Johnson today ,: down the Hadley's Stars and Sunday. He lived in Ala- Vann Transfer and Storage Co. portfolio when he formed his Wetherington.Prof. CLAYTON JOHNSTON ARNOW. &

on his 10 months in the embattled ew days. Stripes and broke the pole. chua for 22 years. He died' Saturday in Orlando, government. He also serves as William F. Fagen, elec- 226 Gainesville South/Main Florida Street

Southeast Asian nation.As "Just before I left, I received "What in the world have Survivors include his widow, where he was visiting his son. minister for atomic energy. trical engineering department, Attorneys First publication for Administratrix June 22, '".

for the assignment from reports that for the first time things come to?",Hadley asked. Mrs. Hattie B. Weeks Coker; branch The firm" office.has a Gainesville was speaker. I, (3439) .22.. 297: 13Gainesville

which he is retiring, Lodge said people were not feeding the two sons, Harry, Alachua, and I Services K'stone Rotary Confab Sun
he is confident of eventual victory James Miami; four brothers: will be Tuesday at Ag
Viet These Court PutFlorida
Cong. reports came 11 a.m. at the ThomasvilleFirst
over the Communists in from who have always Ezekiel, Lee, and Peyton, all of Installation Set ORLANDO (AP-Vocational-) :' Published evenings except
Presbyterian Church. I'
South Viet Nam. Lakeland, and Fletcher, Wau- agriculture teachers from Saturday, and Sunday mornings -
been reliable in the past and Burial will be in Laurel Hill 1 by the Gainesville Publishing
asked what he chula three sisters Mrs. Stel- attend
Lodge was Florida will
who have not been particularly In ; Cemetery. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSNew -. throughout Company ot 101 SE
,' thinks about proposals which optimistic,*' Lodge said. la Layton, Bunnell, and Mrs. officers of the Keystone! the state conference July 610.l'J.e.MAY' .I 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florid
figured in the developing political Elsie PolIock and Mrs. Ruth FELTON HOWARD I and entered as second class
debate for using atdmic< "The Viet have both Lakeland and Heights Rotary Club will be installed matter ot the Post Office a,
Cong stepped Tough Spot Simpson, of ZEPHYRHILLS Word has in a meeting Friday, in. I Im Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
weapons to defoliate forests in up terrorism against women his step mother, Mrs. Lewis
I I been received here of the deathof cluding Bill Reynolds Jr., who
Viet Nam and thus strip the and children. They have always TALLAHASSEE (AP) Lasweek's !Coker, also of Lakeland; and 11 RATES BY
Felton Eugene Howard, 59, will be inducted as president. JINt1E<<: I CARRIER OR MAIL
cover from Communist supply been politically smart in I grandchildren
1 1 Week .45
I U.S. Court decision
Supreme father of Mrs. Irma Lee Henleyof Reynolds succeeds H er man .
i routes and hiding places. the past and they have generally outlawing Florida's legis-i The family asks that contribu- Gainesville. Schroeder as top man of the Auto 3 Mot. $5.85
"We defoliate ever. day, spared women and children. AH!
lative the subscriptions must
apportionment put club. ,
I Services will be Tuesday in Horns
replied "Using an -
I be paid in advance.
bomb to defoliate is like us- "Essentially this is a contest state into a djfficul ..position.I. Law Allows Ze fI'hi1s.! He died Saturday. Other new officers are:. Wally i1. Business Member of Audit Bureau of

ing an atomic bpjnfy.Jo.lighUa over who can win people over.!I..When the high court said Flor- Rev. B. A. Oswald of the Muhlhofer, vice pre tent; k Circulation.

cigarette. W
1 Lodge resigned 10 days ago signs. Obviously there! the implication More Credit Church will officiate at the 2p.m. mett McGriff, treasurer; di- .. .i 215 N.r. Publishing property Company of the, (Gainesville C) 1964.

to come home and help Scran- is no victory yet. But I believe was that the state must do services with graveside rectors, Bill Smith, Dr. Phil i l. lit Street I Reproduction Is strictly forbidden In whole without or In part the

ton in his campaign to win the that if we persist there isn't any I something about iteventually.Four services conducted by members:,Parsons, Ed Dwyer and Schroe L : FR23576 I I written permission of the publisher.
:'Republican nomination away question at all that there will For Vets Si J of Zephyr Lodge 198 F & A. M.der. _.:

from Goldwater. President be a victory in South Viet days later, the court sent -
I down'an order to the federal district
Johnson accepted his, resignation Meld.,
court at' Miami, saying T. director of the
week Dixon Florii
a ,
ago. ,
Lodge was asked whether he
Florida would do
have to
da Veterans Affairs
q Lodge left Saigon on Sunday Department -
thinks Viet Nam will be an issue -
.and flew directly' to 'Washing- in the campaign. imm'ediately.Both has announced that a lit- .

;ton with a refueling stop at the governor and the tle known aspect of the social '. ', : .. ... ."';)1. .. ,"A :; '. .! ;' "' I',\ ,'
-Honolulu. He' looked fresh and "Generally speaking any mat Legislature have gone on recordas security law is the use of military .' .'.

I fit when he and Mrs. Lodge ter of public policy is subjectto opposing reapportionment by credits. .., J

_stepped down from the military debate," he said. "I don't the courts. They said this was a When a veteran who has had <:;:;:

.jet tanker. see how it is practical to make job for the state and the people. military service between Sept. I .0:::.:.:.::.:.:..:*

: Lodge was met by his successor -this a political issue." 16, 1940 and Dec. 30, 1956 retires -

Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor The Supreme Court's second dies; or becomes disabled,
Lodge put on his politicalhat
", chairman of the Joint order contained an out. The or- $160.00 per month wages f o reach
briefly Sunday after
Chiefs of Staff, who will be go- soon der said reapportionment wouldbe month of such military.I
reaching Honolulu, his first stopon filed lltfIIJJ}
delayed if Florida a !
ing to Saigon in a few 'days: service.
U.S. ,soil his homeward
I William P. Bundy, assistant, flight. He avoided on all political by July 16 seeking- a rehearing This military credit does not I { I
in the issue. f ;
of state William Sul- : ;
.. secretary ; questions from newsmen, but automatically appear on the in i Af :
ilivan, chief of the Vietnamesetask talked politics with Stephen Although Gov. Farris Bryanthas dividual's earnings record and I -
force in the State Department remained noncommittalabout can be established only at the I T >
Cooke, the head of the Scranton -
and Mr. and Mrs. Archi- time claim is filed. This lit.'
; forces in Hawaii. the state's plans, it seemed a :
bald Alexander and their two most logical the, state would tle known aspect, Dixon said, of' : >

daughters.. Mrs. Alexander is Cooke, asked later what the file a petition for a rehearing.For the social security law has helped -I' i-
the sister of Mrs. Lodge. two had talked about, said, "We many veterans to become en- lllrlllil'I'TH

Lodge said he would seed agreed that Bill Scranton has one thing, that would titled to social security bene : St :' :

President Johnson and would an excellent chance to win the gain time for Florida. Now, : E

confer by telephone shortly with GOP nomination." Florida has only 17 days to do fits.Beginning January 1, 1957, all I

-- something about reapportion- military personnel were brought I
'ient or the courts will take under the law and deductions :
IJIAIR rILftwoIRITI jtlillfillr l.llllllrflilf'
"ver. are being made from their pay. I
Veterans and their fami lies
LPIEISIPI s ( Petitioning probably would should be aware of these pro

ACROSS [ ISJPiIEfSJIUIDOU( gain months. visions. In'order to receive these I !
1.Ma.thexnatl27.Clossy Bryant said he believed the HEAT2ci'
credits, a veteran or his super- :
number cal pure 29.fabric Revealed M UITIEUSIAlYFIEi1 state could gain as much as'our visor must present, at the time'of :

Poplar 31.FramcworkloINIE J I0IyUF (E.IRIriI months, delaying action until filing a claim, proof of mili-1 ?r :

12. Detached 32.Fencing 1AIDHIOIW WIAID after the Nov. 3 general election & -''.,-

bathhouse dummy mRlIOITUBIAIRIEGIE.1 when the next Legislaturewill Crash Probe ...... ........ WIth a CitizensChecking t ..i. .
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13.number Lucky S5.Lrgal medidne IPIAICHI0It1I0IRIdDI AIRFrAINIPI be selected. TAIPEI, Formosa (AP)-Two I \ I I I Im ,. :: ': j,, t \ : .

14. Defense H pistols found in the wreckage j .;: ::: :::::::::: 0\ '. AccountS --.. :.
protdd action L1E1D e. YIti5LkiAI More AboutRacial :::::::::::::::::: .

15.Implore 37.Stowe crash played in no central part Formosa in the plane June I I! % i i t ,. 1*' : :

16.Wager character (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle) : : : :::::: *
17. Long-tailed 38. Epoch 20 that killed 20 Americans and; :;::::::::' f. You can keep out ofthe uncomfortable! Beat of" -i *t '
titmouse '41. Rib DOWN 6. Of the order ,37 others, police said today. : l "::::::: .:!: .. I.* -
of Ranales :::::::::::::: : 1 n*
43.Onus 1.Incrustation Civil Air .
.19 20., Ingenuity Cheek bone 45.Willow 7. Common From Page 1 Transport line of had the urged an Investigation -!! :;:::., :::::::;:' ".c.. _summer by paying your bills with a Checking Account.... -., '-:1I *

22. Definite genus 2.Gypsy adder to see if the pilot I ..: ::-. S:;:;:;:: :- 1
article 46.Kite 3.Second 8. Son OfBenjamin him 'into U.S. District Court hidbeenshot. :::::::::::. ::::::::::::::::::?. at the Citizens. Write a check for the amount *" .i

I 24, Sacred 47.Lariat 4.Remiss 9.Turned faced with a possible contempt Col. Chang Chen, the spokesman -i :;.-:;:::f; ::;:;: : : ). ..** "

melody 48.Feast 5.Vivacious inside out citation in a case to be decided for provincial police, said! .. ::::::::::::::'F: :;::::::::::: ::::7. owed, slip it in an envelope and take it to -V;; :

10. Dressed Tuesday.The tests showed neither of the pis-'! i t % itf.? ; .. i f

rrrrrrrrrr_ II_ 11.hides Terminate climax to the violence tols had been fired. < ., ::::::::::::::: :.:: :::.-:::..:::::.::{:::; the nearest mailbox. l'. > : ,'. ."*!. ? '
18.Anesthetic came Thursday night when hundreds I I ::: :::::?::::.::' ..-: :::::::::::::r.{ ,'' : S,. I t- iJIIlf v

; - 20.Employees of whites brushed aside Charge Pair I :::::: ::::::::..:% : :r:;:::::: :?: Sounds easy, doesn't it? It is. Try it.
IT.--r 21. Small police guards and routed a Negro

II' 'l/_ flower duster parade. In RobberyTwo I
h 23.Compass The outbreak brought the governor 1ft"

', //. / II 11 point here the next day. He has Gainesville men have:
v/; 24.Swab
it it 24 n"* Industrtou.. been in the forefront in reopening been charged with robbing a j' ::::::, :.r:::::::':":; !:.: : :. :..;....:::..:.... .
26.Progress lines of communication. man they hired,from a bar, the
:I. 5' intelligently There were no public paradesby Alachua County sheriffs office

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!1 IJJ" 7/ planned either group Sunday but each reported. I
28.:Youngster held a meeting.*Rain cut at- Held in county J jail are L. c..
;; ; 30.Period
W r/ ," V./: it /h/; 34.Steady tendance at the white rally. The Banks, 26, of 512 NW 6th Place.: CITIZENS BANK

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'38. Girl's same were told by ,a spokesman NW 7th Place.

4S- : i-- 39.Dance one'sshare for King that a biracial committee They are accused of taking 'I I

..i - 40.Pzy would be watched closely wallet containing $43 from Me2-'
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.. ,, 41.Heart and that integration efforts vin Pope Cunningham, 31, o'
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: '0.11'.27.. M"' .._ ,.. ;..ii42..Macaw would be resumed if no progress 886 NW 1st Place. 110 EAST UNIVERSITY AYE. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA MEMBER ,FDIC
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By MALCOLM W. BROWNE iriers, and possible from South into Customer's- Preference isa proud Frigidaire 1 tradition
the fight on the side of the could explode_at some point into tary equipment that has comeor !
Viet Nam. Viet Cong and Laotian Commu- And it's
SAIGON South Viet Na war. is expected to into VietNam the keystone of our success
On the Communist side North nist guerrillas.The too. We have lone believed that
(AP-How close is America tc But behind does not look like indiBator customers deserve the widest
.let Nam has is ready progressive shows of! saber-rattling an possible selection-so
the they can make
a general war in Asia? :Ito, throw its large regular army. force being put on by both sidesRetirement of both sides there has been of general war. st possible buy for their) appliance dollar!

A top-level U.S. official said I little real military change in the
here ,the week that such area, and none is immediately While shooting incidents along
past I ,
the Laotian and Cambodianfrontiers'are
a war was possible if the Communists Home Contract expected. commonplace, the
do not back off, but that
Despite the military air
oper- narrow Ben Hai River
he had faith it would not hap- ations and occasional separat-I
i Awarded by Presbyteries patrols by ing North and South
pen.South I U.s. Special Forces quietNo masses of
Viet Nam's military 1 American combat. troops have North and South Vietnamese
The Board of Directors of the
I. A. of Bradenton with moved into
; Laos. glare at each
premier Maj. Gen. NguyenKhanh. Presbyterian Homes of the Syn Kairslik Snell Associates of troops other
spoke for the first time The 7th across. the river.
od of Florida have awarded Sarasota as engineers. The Fleet.continues op-
of "liberating" Ccmmu n i s t the construction rate just off the Indochina The
I general con- eight story hotel-like buildingwill guerrilla war in South
North Viet Nam., He also said tract for Winter Park Towers to have a 22 bed, licensed peninsula but it has never been Viet Nam ,itself continues to -

bases, in his country would be the Daniels'' Construction Com nursing' home as part of the far away. In terms of flying take its toll of casualties on both 1 .
available for American operations pany of Jacksonville on,the low complex. time U.S. jet bases throughout the government and Viet Cong
outside his frontiers.
bid of $3,690,000.A I 'I eastern Asia are within quick sides. There have been more
Facilities will include a 'roof
President Johnson appointedhis I striking distance of targets anywhere than 1,000 U.s. casualties since
top active soldier, Gen. Max- formal ground breaking garden with elevator service,' i n the area, and. have America became deeply involved
ceremony was held last Sun- underground parking area which been for years.
well D. Taylor,succeed Hen- .in 1961.
day for the retirement home 10- can be used as local disaster
ry, Cabot Lodge as ambassadorhere. acre citrus site in Win- shelter fireproof constructi, The number of U.S. service
In Washington several grove But the level of fighting Is
men in South Viet Nam has I
have expressed be- ter Park with Mrs. Blanche emergency power system, rec-, ')Out the same as it has beenor
congressmen stood
r at about 16,000 for near!-
Lewton the first reational ho
I turning spadeful. facilities bby many months.
lief America is moving toward half
Mrs. Lewton has been active -rooms, and individual control of a year and military officials I
possible 'violent collision with with Miss Rebekah Gibbons I either air conditioning heat. in Saigon foresee no imme- "The difference" a U.S. official -
Communist North Viet Nam or diate change in the future. said "is Now
'Communist China. and Mrs. Mabel Kirk in encour- 'All rooms have private bath

even U.S. jet reconnaissance planes aging the Board to build the with shower linen service New combat planes being sentto we know we're ready This to go to
have been shot down over Laos, second unit for 322 persons over weekly maid service' and tele- the Vietnamese air force are war necessary. and means a
65, in Winter Park. The first phones. The dining room will essentially modifications of the lot of the diplomatic politi-
military cal factors we had to skirt constantly -
unit Bradenton Manor was op- have a multiple choice menu and types used during,World War II. in the
past are
Communist-held Laotian town of ened in 1961 with facilities for use waitress service. There will Many two-engine transport gone

Khang Khai. Some of these jets 160.Winter be spiritual and social activi- planes have arrived in recent now. y QUIET COMFORT

reportedly are operating from Park Towers was de- ties. Completion is planned by months. And from this point on., a lot ... by the roomful
Thailand 7th Fleet aircraft car- signed by Edward Dean Wyke, the summer of 1965. i,_But the general, J level of mili- of things could happen." j
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i j <&aftttsujl1tSiiu AI .'t 'OF The Conflicting Strategies '

THE I JTrro furl (Jten to be used more aggressively Unless-, therefore, the Re- Again they know that Gold.water's -

By JAMES RDTONWASHINGTON abroad and.less aggressivelyat publicans can persuade Gov- policy of leaving the
JOHN R. HARRISON President ee4velislttrf !I SOUTHI -The Johnn home. He does not wantto ernor Wallace to be quiet and Negro to the states has its

Florida's tftnfEtf PAT JOHNSON COWLES YIC.PresIclM'-Vice fresi- strategy and the Gold- travel the same road as withdraw, which is a worthybut supporters, but, they also
Beautiful and Executive Editor W. o. (Mil rater streategy in the presi- the Democrats, or even jour- unlikely development it know that this issue affronts
University City rr EftERSOLC Vice President end Aovertuni 1 By RALPH McGILI. .lential campaign are totally ney along that same road is not at all clear that Gold- and repels many Republican
..... Director SOI TARTACUONt. '.WOT rtiM winter r.Mk iifferent-more different, in with the Republican moder- water's "southern strategy"will voters, and many Republicanswould
Vice.PrsiHsnt and OmrteUee MOM.** I of Ik* Alluu. (Ga. CMSIMU: Mississippiand rather lose to Johnson
fact, than the competing ates at a slower pace, but to carry even
t, THE. SUN'S POLICY .:.. :-;- strategies of any two leading take a wholly different road. Alabama against J o h n- than win with Goldwater on F
Gideon'sFTrump presidential candidates in a This raises all kinds of the racial question.
t&ii.: 1. Report th e news fully and Impartially In the news columns. : :' .. ,3:' quarter of political son.The be different.It This raises one of the most
a and
century.Generalraatiom moral
t:)'. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in but only in-editorial* > ;-: questions.But North'may fascinating issues of American -
!.3: Publish all sides of important controversial issues. i s are dangerous the main question of political is less critical about the in this
If. particularly this year, power at the momentis Negro but more hypocritical politics century. ,
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 G eI. but the President seems to whether the Goldwater stra- and this raises a question It is not a simple question of

i;, Want Ads-376-4672 be trying to minimize the ide- tegy gains or loses strengthfor which even the most par- principles. Many Republicans.
a ological differences between the Republican Party. In tisan and power minded Republican who support Goldwater on the
?'l tl BlewThis the parties while the sena- the crudest terms of power delegates at San principle of opposing the centralization

The GOP and Civil Rights i tor seems to be emphasizing politics, this is the questionthat Francisco cannot ignore.In of power in Wash-
rI -- ,!.;.., those differences.The most of the Republican all their Republican com- ington nevertheless oppose
I If the Republican Party's platform posals for federal legislation: is a piece about ? President is trying to delegates are likely to be munities, there are many Re- him on leaving the Negroes

' committee should try to adjust eliminate discrimination in employ .book called "Gideon's Trum broaden his political base by asking: not whether G o 1 d. publican voters who are sim- to the tender mercies of some-
water's moral but the Democrats, regardless southern governors. ,
appealing policies are
pet"One normally Republican ply against
I the 1960 civil rights ment. .
party's ( businessmen farmers, whether they are politically of anything else. Aft- Many who support him on
statement to conform to the position of the little known burdens '*nd middle-class suburbanites.The effective. er all, in this entire century, some domestic social and economic -

stated by Senator Barry Goldwater, The 1960 platform did not_ go a of members of the Uni- senator in contrast, is These Goldwater policies Franklin Roosevelt is the on- policies, oppose himon
far ted States Supreme Court ic rying to extend Democratic president who his nationalistic and assertive
; some sharp contradictions will need as pledging legislation to prohibit Republican clearly increase Republican ly -
ironing out.Senator discrimination by' the task of going through the power into the South, primar- votes in the.South. Aft- got a majority of the total foreign policies.
empjoyei 'arge amount of mail thai ly by limited federal inter- er all other arguments and national vote Kennedy Meanwhile, Johnson is appealing .
in private business.It arrives daily from prisoners.The vention on commercial and ambiguities in the South are didn't do it, or Truman, or to the cooperative at.
Goldwater based his ob- individual's guarantee? racial matters, but at the cut away the fact remains Wilson. So there is a solid titudes of the American char-

jection to the civil rights bill on the did not specifically promi mder the Constitution are a same time, he is narrowing that Johnson led the success- Republican vote all over the actor, while Goldwater is appealing i
enforcement by the federal govern- !legislation prohibiting discriminatioin riceless possession. (We 'lis political base by losing ful fight to break the south- country, and in the North, to the combative individualistic i
in the use.o.public aCcommodationexcept we sight of that now and Republican moderates on. both, ern filibuster and pass the civil the problem of the G.O.P. is instincts of the
s ment of non-discrimination em- ? hen in the beat of prejudice domestic and foreign policy. rights bill, while Goldwater to find an issue that will attract American character. John-

ployment and the use of public ac- transportation, but did express ver race and religion.) The President, in short is voted against both closure and enough, Democratic and son is appealing, not only to
commodations. He contends that opposition to the use of fed- Among individual rights is trying to find areas of the the civil rights bill. independent votes to carry the liberal and progressive

the U. S. Constitution reserves such eral funds for housing constructionin that of petition. Communists, while the senatoris This will help Goldwater in powerful electoral vote states tradition of his own party, ,

regulation and enforcement to the which discrimination might be satisfied to leave the race the old Confederacy but he like Ohio, Illinois, and Penn- but is asking the Republicansto
MANY OF THE letters received problem to the states, followa has two problems. The firstis sylvania.This conserve the gains of the
states. practiced. from prisoners in more nationalistic or separ- the sentimental support in is probably Goldwa- past.

state and federal penitentiaries ate line with the Allies, and the South for the first southern ter's main hope, but it raisesa This Is Johnson's strength. '
Goldwater concedes a federal re Since then the party's leadership are scrawled, sometimes take a more aggressive president in a hundred lot of questions. The odds He is asking not only his lib-
sponsibility in civil rights but in Congress has endorsed'and work- almost illegible often pathet- stance toward the Commu- years and the second is that- are against him in the South eral supporters but his 'con
ically illiterate. nists. Governor Wallace of Alabama and nobody quite knows aboutthe servative opponents to c o n-
f ed for
only in guaranteeing the right to stronger legislation for fed-
One such letter arrived in Senator Goldwater has kept is even more segregation! s t depth of prejudice againstthe serve the comparative peace
vote and in, school desegregation. eral enforcement of nondiscrimination early 1962. It was from :a. the promise be made when he than Goldwater and will, ironically Negro in the North. Thisis and prosperity they now enjoy -
objects to the creation of a federal in both employment and the use prisoner in the Florida,,State entered the campaign. He is take votes away from what the delegates at the while Goldwater, the conservative -

agency to enforce nondiscrimination of public accommodations. prison. It was written with a giving the country a Goldwater whom he likes Republican Convention in California symbol is asking
in employment and the use of pencil. His name was Clar- "choice" all right. He wants and help. Johnson, whom he will probably be trying them to rebel against the con
federal power ,and influence, detests. to estimate. ditions of the present.
Earl Gideon.
ence He was
public accommodations and describedit Goldwater 'probably can
hi a sense, a nobody. He had
as contributing to the establish- contend with some logic that his I
run away from a bad home NOT THE TRUMAN APPROACH
ment of a police state. position on employment and public situation in Hannibal. Missouri -

accommodations is not a direct con- !, at the age of 14. He

He said he was unalterably opposed tradiction of the party's 1960 plat- was when sentenced a

: to discrimination or segrega- form. small time gambler. He had Ike Aims Save I
no real skill. He had little to Party
tion on the basis of race color or education. He was 'drunk

creed and cited his support of a bill But the platform clearly recognized often. His record preventedhim .,

in Congress to labor unionsto federal from getting jobs. Whenhe
compel responsibility in these By RICHARD WILSON S. Pierce and James K.Polk, AGAIN IN 195 Mr. Truman heights to which you are des-

end their discrimination practices fields, whereas Senator Goldwater did them get long.them He he had.didn'thold however Chief, Cowles Washington disregarding all the:while the sought to sway the dele- tined to rise May I urge

1 flatly states that such actions must the tough quality of be- Bureau bowlers committed by the gates by charging into a Chicago you to be patient.
be left strictly to the states. conference to an- Mr. Truman favored the
lieving that though he
even WASHINGTON, D. C. In man from Independence.
nomination of
Tin 1960 Repubii"a platform had was a man of poor reputa- certain circles where General nounce that since Governor Sen. Stuart Sy-
this tion and abilities he had Mr. Truman's efforts as a Stevenson would do no betterin mington, although he conceded -
to about the His Eisenhower ,
r say responsibilitiesof position, if it were adopted b. was always re-
that others Sen.
rights as a citizen of his an'amiable bum- president maker will never 1956 than in 1952 the convention
the federal and state govern- the Republican Party, would in ef- garded as should select as its Lyndon B. Johnson, shouldbe
ments in the fect leave Country. bler, but blessed by fortune serve as an example; of bow considered for the
protection of civil the problems of discrimi- nominee Averell Harriman.Mr. high
he is criticizd for
now to influence political parties.But .
rights: nation in "It makes no difference honor- but not Senator Kennedy
employment and the use the fiasco of the anti-Gold- Truman reached the
he has record.
a perfect
)w old I am or what color at least not then.
of public accommodations exactly water movementThe He has been consistently peak of political prescienceon
I am (hs 's white), or what Mr. Truman's perfect, record -
"We recognize that civil rights is where they have been in the past. church I belong too (sic) if idea has gotten around wrong. Mr. Truman invited Ad- July 2, 1960. He summoned may in part be responsible -

a responsibility? not only tal." ,the. It,would prolong the static situationin any" he wrote to, the-court. ..somehow, that by contrast lai E. Stevenson to the White the national press to his for General Eisenhower's
with that old master of politics House in 1952 and tried to get home in Independence to hear
states aria J caliHes; it is & national the South and some other com- "The question is I did not devious caution. Circumspection
Harry S, Truman, the the then of Illinois an oracular pronouncement.He .
rtet a fair trial The question governor may be a surer for
r problem and way
a responsibili- munities in the nation. It has been said that be would to
very simple." general at Gettysburg appears to run for president. But Ste- say an ex-president to influence
F ty. that lack of progress in eliminating more an amateur than venson would not run under Senator Kennedy: "Senator, political events than the bell-

discrimination in these areas that THE LETTER explained ever. the imprimatur of Mr. Tru- are you certain that you are for-leather approach. General.

"We pledge continued support foi has compelled action to be token that Gideon thought was It is by such fictions that man and waited until he was quite ready for the countryor Eisenhower needs. to be.given

legislation to establish a commission by the federal government.If very simple. He.had been the advanced thinkers relegate free of the presidential blessing that the country is of readyfor credit for not being primarily
i charged with breaking into a the general to some minor before permitting him- you in the role pres- interested in personalities for
i on equal job opportunity to small-town pool room with role in the pantheon of self to be considered as a can- ident in January 1961 I haveno the 1964 presidential nomina-

make permanent.and: to expand with the Republican' platform writers intent to commit petty lar presidents along with Franklin didate. doubt about the political tion. His concern, belated as

iR legislative backing the excellent find ''they must make the party'snew ceny. He was tried, convicted it is, is for the future..ot the

work being performed by the Presi- pledges conform to .Senator 'and sentenced to five THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT Republican Party.

dent's committee on government, Goldvvater's views, they will have to years. What irked Gideonwas
that he not allowed'to HE DOES NOT
was know, in
i contracts. repudiate the party's leaders in Con- have a lawyer. ,He could We Intend to Win fact he has every reason to

gress and reject federal action with n't pay for one,' The .judge. doubt, that by a few words he
'The use of full-scale review of respect to, fair employment and the told him that under Florida could influence the conventionin

existing state laws and of prior pro- use of public accommodations. law the court appointed lawyers favor of one candidate or
when the defendant was By DAVID LAWRENCE handling problems in the Far Council. If a war of major another. His major concern
charged with a ,capital 'of: East. proportions arises, however, must be what the Republican
I r fence Gideon thought that if WASHINGTON President The French, for example, it is difficult to see how the party will be when it has
the court could imprison a Johnson's appointmentof United Nations can remain nominated its candidate
don't want to
they see ;
c Voice of the 1 man for: :five ,years ,the, .defendant Maxwell D. Taylor say Southeast Asia communized aloof. Ultimately, as happened whether this candidate Is
to ambassador .to Viet United Nations
People should have counsel in Korea, the named Goldwater, ant o n, ,
l Nam means that the United but at the same time they will have to join! ,with lodge or Nixon. i

Wilthout D\uch.: question, States wishes, to serve notice keep opposing military solu- the United States in adopt- Whatever the name of the

I On The Sun's I Gideon was regarded as a on all concerned that the, tions, thus giving the impres- ing military measures to candidate, a healing process
Opinion Pages trouble-maker in the prison.He war in Southeast Asia has to
sion to Moscow and Peipingthat repel agression. will have to begin, in the Re-
'to the be if takes
appealed Judge won, even it more
Opinion end comments of Sun , .r. welcome in the Voice .f the People colu", .. Letter* who had sentenced him. He and more American military the Allies are not goingto General Taylor, as chair. publican Party. The heal In g
must bo signed end boor the writers odrfrcss. Names will bo withheld if '.,unt.d. A letter should wrote his :own ,appeal to the. .forces on land, sea and !in put up a fight against con- man of the Joint Chiefs of process will be -easier if, in
not exceed 500 words end most .. written on only one side of the poper.; Poetry cannot bo used. The Florida Supreme Court the air.There.: tinued aggression. Staff, has been spending a fact, there has been a fight in
Sun reserves the riht to reject any letter or to shorten it, without It
chengine. the writer's/ moonine or good deal of his time study- an open convention an air-
was rejected. he
I intent. sent his often-ungrammatical Finally comes a time in THERE HAS BEEN too ing the military problem in ing of differences and a collision
on John DeGrove last Mon- board is created and expected letter to the U.s. nearly every' 'world crisis much talk in the past few Southeast Asia. He knows the of ambitious. Whatever is
Mr. Richardson day of the occasion of Professor to do, I.e., to make recom- Court. Supreme ,when firmness and resoluteness months of appeasing Red background of it thoroughlyand nominated will>then know that

DeGrove's resignationfrom mendations on community development .must be asserted though China .with promises of en- having himself servedin he is not the champion of
Breaks 'Rules'EDITOR the Plan Board was an to the city 'com- The story of Gideon and of there is always a: risk' that larged trade as well as diplomatic Korea, be is familiar with some simple cause but that he
: outrageous breach of the missioners..The Plan Board how the court thought over the other side may miscalculate recognition or member- the problems of land warfarein is the nominee of a complete

Sun: The "rules of -rules of the game." It was was correct in assessing the Gideon's letter and appointed -, and compel intensive. ship in the United Nations. the Asian world. It Isn't political party which has within .
the game" in American poli also an insult to the peopleof possibilities for a city hall site an attorney to investigatethe war to be fought. Apparently Peiping got the customary for a militaryman it many gradations of
tics in federal, state and local Gainesville because Mr. and making their own site case in fact represent The United States has been idea that U-s United States of such prominence sud- thought. These are gradations

government require that the Richardson, as their elected recommendation on the basisof Gideon is inspiring and patient for many years now was willing to pay almost any denly to be'chosen .as am- which force a poltical party
officeholder put aside his feelings representative on the Commis- the facts as they saw them. fascinating. about the Southeast Asia sit- price for peace. But a distinct bassador. Theoretically an toward the only tenable position .
and animosities againsthis sion, tried to express a total Before the bond issue was voted uation. If the Red Chinese turn in the whole situation ambassador reports only to on principal, the center.
opponents once an issue or ingratitude for John De- on, the whole package of GIDEON, in response to take over Southeast'Asia., occurred recently when the secretary of state, but in And it Is .there that Genera
an election is settled. He determines Grove's faithfulness and many public works and the' priori- his attorney's request wrotein they will become a, much President Johnson decided this case General Taylorsees Eisenhower wishes the party
to get along with for- hours of dedicated and intelli- ties among them were reviewed detail the story of his life. more threatening factor in that be was tired of vacillating eye to eye with both to remain.
mer rivals, treating each issue gent work on the Plan Board. and recommended to It was a' 22-page letter and the entire Western .Pacific policies. not interested Secretary of State Rusk and The general has had experience
and its participants as a Also, Mr. Richardson needsto the Commission by the Plan it is, without question, a ,tremendous which includes not only For- .in trying to achieve a Secretary of Defense Mc- in this mattr. Once he
,new question, and he, refusesto be reminded that Dr. De-' Board'after considerable human document mosa but the'Philippines and status quo in which the Communists Namara on all phases of the was elected president: .he
indulge In personal attacks Grove is a resident registered study and hearings. worth study by sociologists, Japan. It also could mean a would, retain the problem. came to an understandingwith
vindictiveness or vendettas.In voter and taxpayer of Why should they back away ministers and all persons disruption of the situation in benefit of their aggessions in General Taylor therefore, the chief leader of his
Gainesville until be actually from the consideration of a who deal the whole of Asia, parties Southeast Sea.
directly or Indirectly Asia. with his experience on the opposition, Robert A.
words he tries to
conduct himself ,like '.a'.gentleman physically moves next month. site for the new city hall with social problems ularly in.India and Malaysia. All that the, American gov- military.side and with a fore- Taft, an understanding which
Fortunately Richardsn'schurlish
and < they recommended unless Mr. espedaDy' those of the poor ernment wants is that thecountries knowledge of just bow far the made Taft Eisenhower's effective -
display ordinary proposal was rejected : Richardson.had so many fish and the rejected.We THE SIMPLE, truth is ,that in Southeast Asia United. States government leader in the United
.set decency,of "rules"in his is of the by the other commission of his own to fry that he .the Washington authorities shall become truly indepen' win go to achieve its point, States Senate,until an untimely -
ers. could not endure that the Plan are a government of are not going to let the Communists
dent and not be controlled commandof death took him
is taking
strengths of our whole political However, Mr. Richardsonthen Board the'ro1e laws and the virtually away.
serve reasonable ? rights of an take over in Southeast -
from the outside by designing the whole situation. The By circumspection or by
system. shifted his outrageous attacks and well informed American citizen l are guaranteed . Asia. The,United States governments interested only President and his Cabinet accident or by bumbling or
The vicious and vindictive to the Plan' Board for citizens expect it to play? and priceless., Happi- now is deeply in earnest, and In provoking more and Wore here win be guided largelyby for whatever cruse General
attack by James Richardson doing what a true planning GLADYS ty. the .
KAMMERER story 'of this obscure it.may be apeded that the \conflicts particularly revolution what General Taylor reports Eisenhower now has what he
v. Florida prison'has been writ leaders of both political. parties whether in Viet Nam, and advises. The mere wants, the open convention
POTOMAC FEVER ten in book form' by Anthony win back up the government Laos ,Cambodia or Thailand, fact that a military man has This single achievement
,' Lewis who for seme. years. in all of which ififfltntion by been chosen for this post Indicates should make it easier for the
:, has produced brffiaat eorer- ',The American, hewpebA; the- Red Chinese ,has 'been that'a turn has come Republican Party to survive
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau :.-' : age and -alaalyaia'of> the 'Su? 'has .rec iDcreasIn
beeapceaed' steadily g. and that the dilatory processof 196as a whole political entity
President Johnson and Ambassador Lodge are in full ,agreement both preme Court. privated by bJfh-officials in negotiation has been aban- and particularly so if Senator
want to keep the leftists out of Saigon and the rightists out "of Washington.Gov. many coafereacW with news IT MIGHT 'BE woodend'wby doned in favor of direct action GoWwater is DO Dated.
is.THE_ BOOK is superb..Jt ,papermen,", Deep, .disappoint the United Nations By avoiding Truman .. like
Scranton is delighted to get Lodge's help. Once you have Massachusetts not merely'a'eourt'room menthas been7 voiced that doesal aadertaJtr this Job. 'The United, States has apparently commitments, General Elsen

and New Hampshire nailed.. down,, you'yetot. :a good' chance- of carrying drama/ but 'ii,' of necessity, ourEuropean Affies; who are But,,unfortanately, the. Cou already determinedthat hower influences the conven
Vermont. ., a history of the court it- also members of the ,South mimiitt have so thoroughly'Jafllti'ated the risk of war has to betaken tion, and its nominee,* to respect -
sell its changes and its magnificent .. east Asia Treaty.: Organization the United Nations if the entire Western

the and
Lodg&now nU'"a'jpleridid'Opp: rlUDity lo show thafcif you1 tiaie'itjuat'ri8ht .. party as a whole
you can serve in two losing campaigns in the same_ .summer. ,I record of :def eadJaf? have not been a* cooperative that they';are today able to'Pacific is not to be lost fin the not to swing hard to the right
!t rights. aj they weld be in' block action .ia the Security Red Chinese. or the left. -
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< Sul1.- :f OF' rt"r The Conflicting Strategies ,

Wow Work Qftmri to be used more aggressively Unless, therefore, the Re- Again they know that Gold-

By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON abroad and less aggressivelyat publicans can persuade Gov- water's policy of leaving the
JOHN .. HARRISON President and The John- home. He does not wantto ernor Wallace to be quiet and Negro to the states has its

PuMftlwri PAT COWLfS Vic Viet Pmrftnt President son strategy and the Gold- travel the same road as withdraw, which Is a worthybut supporters, but they also
Florida's. Beautiful. and Executive' Edittrj W. 6. (M) water streategy in the presidential the Democrats, or- even jour- unlikely development, it know that this issue affronts

.University City' IIRSOLK. Vic Praitiwt end A* By RALPH McGILL campaign are totally ney along that same road is not at all clear that Gold. and repels many Republicanvoters

VtrtisMf. Dlrtctwi BOB TARTAGUONE... PiliUtr MM WlBBtef PmUUktrOl I different-more different, in with Republican. moderates water's "southern strategy"will and many Republicans
Viet President mid CircvUiiti Mal.. tk. AtlAiU. GO) CeuUe.u. rather lose to Johnson
4 .r fact, than the competing at a slower pace, but to carry even Mississippiand

THE SUN'S POLICY .. strategies of any two leading take a wholly different road. Alabama against J o h n- than win with Goldwater on

Gideon'sTnuiipet presidential candidates in a, This raises an kinds, of political the racial question.This .
';' 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. quarter of a century. and moral questions.But son.The North may be different. raises one of the most
.. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. fascinating issues of Ameri-
';. Generalizations are dangerous the main question of political It is less critical about, the
:1.: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. 5 Jst. this .
: can politics in century.It
... particularly this ,year, power at the moment Negro but more hypocritical -
; The Sun' telephones: All D.partments-372-S441 but the President seems to is whether the Goldwater strategy and this raises a question is not a simple question of

; .< Want Ads-376-4672 be trying to minimize the'ideological gains or loses strengthfor which even the most parStisan principles. Many Republicanswho
i differences betweenthe the Republican Party. In and power minded Re support Goldwater on the

: t BlewThis parties, while the sena- the crudest terms of power publican delegates at San principle of opposing the centralization

The GOP and Civil Rights: tor seems to be emphasizingthose politics, this is the questionthat Francisco cannot ignore.In of power in Wash

., .,> differences.The most of the Republican all their Republican com- ington, nevertheless oppose
.a is a piece about a President is trying to delegates are likely to be munities, there are many Re-. him on leaving the Negroesto
If the Republican Party's plat- posals for .federal legislation, to the tender mercies of some
book called "Gideon's Trum broaden his political base by asking: not'whether Gold- publican voters who are sim-
form committee should try to adjust ,eliminate discrimination in employ pet." appealing to normally Republican water's policies are moral but ply against the Democrats, regardless southern governors.

the party's 1960 civil rights ment. ." businessmen, farmers, whether they are politically of anything else. Aft- Many who support him on

statement to conform to the position One of the little known bur- and middle-class suburbanites.The effective. er all, in this entire century some domestic social and economic

i i stated by Senator Barry Goldwater, The 1960 platform did not go; as dens of members of the Uni senator in contrast, is These Goldwater policies Franklin Roosevelt is the on policies, oppose himon
ted States Supreme Court is ly Democratic president who his nationalistic and asser-
contradictions will need far as pledging legislation to trying to extend Republican clearly increase Republican
some harp pro- the task of going through the power into the South, primarily votes in the South. Aft got a majority of the total tive foreign policies.

ironing out.Senator hibit discrimination by employersin large amount of mail that by limited federal inter- er all other arguments and national vote Kennedy Meanwhile, Johnson is ap-

private business.It arrives daily from prisoners.The vention on commercial and ambiguities in the South are didn't do it, or Truman, or pr'ln to the cooperative at-

Goldwater based his ob- individual's guarantees racial matters, but at the cut away, the fact remains Wilson. So there is a solid titudes of the American char-

jection to the civil rights bill on the did not specifically promise under .the Constitution are a same time, he is narrowinghis that Johnson led the success- Republican vote all over the actor, while Goldwater is appealing -
discrimination priceless possession. (We political base by losing ful fight to break the south- country, and in the North, to the'combative individualistic -
enforcement by the federal government legislation prohibiting lose sight ,of that now and Republican moderates on both ern filibuster and pass the civ- the problem of the G.O.P. is instincts of the

of non-discrimination in employment in the use of public accommodations, then in the heat of prejudiceover domestic and foreign policy. il rights bill, while Goldwater to find an issue that will attract American character. John-

and the use of public ac- except transportation, 'but did express race and religion.) The President, in short, is voted against both closure and enough Democratic and son is appealing, not only to

; commodations. He contends that opposition to the use of fed- Among individual rights is trying to find areas of the the civil rights bill. independent votes to carry the liberal and progressive
that of petition. powerful electoral vote states tradition of his own party,
such eral funds for housing construction Communists, while the senatoris This will help Goldwater in
the U. S. Constitution
like Ohio Illinois and Penn- but is asking the Republicansto
satisfied to leave the race the old Confederacy but he ,
! regulation and enforcement to the in which discrimination might be MANY OF THE letters received problem to the states, followa has two problems. The firstis sylvania.This conserve the gains of the

states. practiced. from prisoners in more nationalistic or separate the sentimental support in is probably Goldwa- past.

state and federal penitentiaries line with the Allies, and the South for the first southern ter's main hope, but it raisesa This Is Johnson's strength.He .

Goldwater concedes a federal responsibility Since '{hen the party's leadershipin are scrawled sometimes take a more aggressive president in a hundred lot ojf questions. The odds is asking not only his lib
, has almost illegible often pathet- stance toward the Commu' years, and the second is that are against him in ,the South, eral supporters, but his conservative
Congress endorsed and work-
in civil rights but ically illiterate.One nists. Governor Wallace of Alabamais and nobody quite knows about opponents, to c o n-

! only in guaranteeing the right to ed for, stronger legislation for federal such letter arrived in. < Senator Goldwater. has kept even more .segregationi s t the depth of prejudice againstthe serve the comparative peace

vote and in school desegregation. He l enforcement of nondiscrimination early 1962. Jt was from''a, the, promise he rnade.when he than Goldwater and will, iron;; Negro in the North., Thisis and prosperity they now en-

objects to the creation of a federal ,in both employment and the use prisoner in :the Florida State entered'.the campalgn:He is ically, 'take ,votes away from what the delegates at the joy, while Goldwater, the con
whom he likes Republican Convention in Cal- servative symbol, is asking
of giving the country a Goldwater, ,
to enforce nondiscrimination public accommodations. prison. It was written with a '
4 agency His Clarence "choice--til right. He wants and help Johnson, whom he ifornia will probably be try- them to rebel against the conditions -
pencil. name was -
in employment and the use of Earl Gideon. He was federal power and Influencer detests.COLORED ing to estimate. of the present. _
)public accommodations and describedit Senator Goldwater probably elm "
in a sense, a nobody. He had
as'contributing to the establish- contend with some logic that his 'run away from a bad home
Witnessesfrom all of the state and Fred all of New York,
son, ,
ment of a police state. position on employment and public situation Hannibal, Missouri -
NEWS of Florida as well as many N. Y., whose visit here for the
accommodations is not a direct con- at the"age of 1!. He
visiting Witnesses coming from past two weeks has, been.plea
He said he was unalterably opposed tradiction of the party's 1960 plat was, when sentenced, a 18 other states and Puerto sant, left yesterday for their
small time gambler. He had
to discrimination or segrega- form. B.: F., Child's, Colored News Editor Rico," said Adams. home.
no real skill.! He had little
', tion on the basis of race, color or education. He was drunk FAIR SUCCESSFUL McAshen; anniversary program The convention program will Miss Mary Ann Mills and

creed and cited his support of a bill But the platform clearly recognized -: often. ;His record preventedhim Pets children, and adults all Mrs. Leah Nobel; charitable -feature Bible discourses, dem- Miss Catherine Jones, both of
Ft arrived here
onstrations and illustrate Myers, yesterday -
from getting jobs. Whenhe organizations, Mrs. Pauline ways
in Congress to compel labor unionsto federal responsibility in these had a wonderful time Friday, that the- ministerial work Jehovah's as guests of Miss Jones' relatives
did get them he didn'thold Bowles, government relations -
end their discrimination prac fields, whereas Senator Goldwater them long. He had. how- June 26, at the Pet Fair held Rudolph Ezell and Mrs. Witnesses can be carriedout for a fortnight.

tices. flatly states that such actions must ever, the tough quality of be by> the Community Recreation Cora P. Roberson; voter regis- with greater effectiveness.. IN MEMORIAMIn
Some 10 to 15 in-
be left strictly to the states. lieving that even though he Center. pets, tration, Mrs. Willie V. Dixon; "It's our desire to improveour loving memory of our husband -
of reputa- cluding dogs, cats, turtles, northeast Gainesville ministry and in this way and brother the late
Tin; I960 riepubli"- platform had was a man poor sewer ,
: and rabbits were on hand along
tion and abilities, he had project> Mrs. Juanita Jones and be of better service to the com- Charles DeBose, who departedthis
this to say about the responsibilities His position, if it were adopted by with their proud owners, ranging "
said Adams. "A d
rights as a, citizen of his Mrs. Fannie Goodman; civil) munity, n life June 29, 1961.
ti : of the federal and state govern- the Republican Party, would in effect country. in age from five to thirteen. defense, Mrs.. Ella Daniels and that's why all members of the
"We loved you, but God loved '
More than 50 and other .
parents 1
ments in the protection of civil leave the problems of discrimi- Albert Moton; recreation, Harold -Gainesville congregation are best." Mrs. Mary C. De- )!
adults also attended. you
"It makes differencehow "
no urged to attend the convention.
rights: nation in employment and the use Jones; health and safety, Bose, wife; Mrs. Ida Bellon,
old I what colorI
am or
This'was the first annual Pet PERSONALSMiss
L. V. Davis and Rev. W. A.
of public accommodations sister Rev. Clifton Simmons,
he 's' white what ;
am ), or Fair held by the Community Miles. Mary H. Smith and Miss
"We recognize that civil rights is where they have been in the past. church I belong too (sic) .if Recreation Center. Materials Hattie Wallace, both of Tam nephew; T. Fields, nephew;

I a responsibility. "not only xof the It would prolong the static situation any," he wrote to the court. for the Pet Fair, including ezhi ALACHUA COUNTY pa, were guests here yesterday. and Mrs. B. Jackson, cousin.Obituaries .

states and localities ; it is a national in the South and some other communities "The question is I did not bitor's badges, award ribbons, VOTERS LEAGUEThe Mrs. Helen Foster and son,
get a fair trial. The question July meeting of the AlacVa James of Miami flown
certificates achievement and were
. problem and a national responsibility. in the nation. It has been is Voters League will beheld
very simple. banners were provided as a here yesterday on a brief visit
that lack of in eliminating the Recreation Center.
progress public service by the Ralston at with friends and relatives. JOHN PETERSON
discrimination in these areas that THE LETTER explainedwhat Purina Company. There will be a special meetingin Miss Mary Hunter, of Ocala, Funeral services for-John ,Peterson

"We pledge continued support for has compelled action to be taken Gideon thought was the Hawthorne Commun i t y. passed through Gainesville to- pioneer citizen of Waca-
Ribbons awarded the
very simple. He had ,been were The Registration Books are day en route to Jacksonville.Sam hoota Community, will be held
l legislation to establish a commis- by the federal government.If Fair to Voquivia Simmons and ,
charged with breakingInto a now in the office of Super-
open Brown, of Jackson Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Palmetto. -
/ sion on equal job to Moses Green for 1st and 2nd i
opportunity small-town with visor of Registration. Persons,
pool room
ville, passed through:: Gainesville Interment will be made at
i make permanent,and to expand with the Republican platform writers intent to commit petty lar- place In''the Turtle category for who did not register in the May yesterday en route to St.; 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Waca-

f legislative backing the excellent find they must make the party'snew ceny. He was tried, convicted the most unusual pet. Annette primaries, must register now, Petersburg.Mr. I hoota Cemetery. Virginia Pe
and sentenced to five Butler captivated 1st place with and be prepared to cast their and Mrs. Watts
work being performed by the Presi pledges conform to Senator years. What irked Gideonwas her cat for being the smallestof allots in the November elec- George terson, reporter.

dent's committee on government Goldwater's views, they'will have to that he was not allowedto the group. Samuel Mill e r ion. Register tomorrow.

''; contracts.: repudiate tHe party's leaders in Con- have a lawyer. He could- with his dog took a 1st place There will be free transportation

gress and reject federal action with n't pay for one. The, judgetold for having the largest pet and furnished by the Alach- Cuban Takeover

. him that under Florida Roosevelt Ferguson and Moses ua County Voters League. Cal
'The use of. full-scale review of respect to fair employment and the ,
( law the court appointed law- Green brought 1st and 2nd FR. 2-9217. Chester Shell, chair-
existing state laws and of prior use of public accommodations.
J pro- place Jor having the cutest lit.
yers when the defendant was I man.
..4 charged with a ,capital ofI' It rabbits :of' the. show. MEETING SUCCESSFULThe I Worries u.s.

fense. Gideon thought that if' In wide of dolls I
a display Female Protective Society -
I the court could imprison a Jamea Harper and Janice No. 1 held its regular meet

Voice of the I IJ I' man for, five ,years the defendant -', Bowles took 1st ,and 2nd place lag :in the dining room of the 2frm fork Ollmrf in the fall of 1962. Since the

?1 People should. have counsel with the largest collection. For Greater Ft.. Clark B apt 1st WASHINGTON The Soviet withdrawal of the Soviet ballis-

Wilthout; the most unusual. Wanda Sneed., Church which was successful tic missiles, the U. S., despite
much'question,: Janice Bowles and Jamea Har yesterday.The Government apparently is turn- Cuban and Soviet objections,
1 I II I Gideon was
J I On The Sim's trouble-maker regarded In the as a per swept 1st, 2nd and 3rd placein attendance was good. ing over to the Castro govern- has continued the reconnaissance -
= Page=== prison. ''
t He appealed to- the order.:. Ann Tolbert,'Voquivia ment increasing control over the flights to check of Sovi-
Simmons, and Jamea Harper I et military strength on the is
NOTICE anti aircraft missile installations
I Opinion and comments of Sum readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letter who had sentenced him. He entered the cutest dolls of the land.
i mrst be .i::".4 and bear the wrI; :,', ed rcs.. Nome will be withheld if rcqvested. A letter should wrote his own appeal, to the' The, best' dressed The Pallbearers' Lodge No. : in Cuba, according to In-
.' not exceed 500 word and mrst b. written on only one side of the poper. Poetry cannot bo tistd. The Florida Supreme Court. It day. doll 113 meeting set for Tuesday has information The flights have obviouslybeen
telligence reachingthe
Sun reserve the right to reject say letter or t. shorten it, without cbonjinf the writer meaning; awards were given to Jam e a been
was rejected. he postponed until a later tolerated
intent. Finally United by the Soviet Un
I! Harper for the first two places States.
sent his oftenungrammaticalletter date. ion which has made
no moveto
with Janice Bowles
on John DeGrove last Mon board is created and expected to the U.S. Supreme coming in The members are asked to The development is being use its anti aircraft missilesto

\Ir. Richardson day of the occasion of Professor to do, i.e., to make recom- Court third. pay their dues to the secretary. watched closely by American shoot down the American re-

DeGrove's resignationfrom mendations on community de- Certificates were given to connaissance' planes. The
j Breaks 'Rules' the Plan Board was an velopment to the city com- Tne story of Gideon and of areas for having an overall PREACHING BEGINS officials because it could portend bothering U. S. officials question is

outrageous breach of the missioners. The Plan Board how the court thought over place position based on the categories Preaching for the revival a new and potentially dangerous whether the Castro government

j EDITOR, Sun: The "rules of' "rules of: the game." It was was.correct in assessing the Gideon's letter and appointed of the biggest collection, meeting begins today at 8 p.m. turn In the Cuban situation -would show a comparable no-
also an insult to the people possibilities for a city hall site an attorney to investigatethe most, unusual most valuable if the Castro governmentchose
the game" in American politics at the ML Herman Baptist shoot toleration of the flights if
local Gainesville because Mr. and making their own site case in fact represent and the best cared for in the to shoot down one of the
federal and Church would
i in state with Rev. F. W. Williams it gain command of the
I government require that the Richardson, as their elected .recommendation on the basis Gideon Inspiring and Hobbies Division Certificateswere in charge. U. S. reconnaissance planes that missiles.The .
I representative on the Commission of the facts as they saw them. fascinating. make periodic flights over the
officeholder put aside his feelIngs presented in order. Wil- The public is, invited. evidence that the Castro
and animosities against tried to express?a total Before the bond issue was voted liams Elementary, 1st place, A. island. government Is gaining increas-
ingratitude for John DeGrove's on, the whole"package of GIDEON in response to Q. Jones, 2nd place Duval Elementary
issue ;
his opponents once an oran CONVALESCINGMr. One reconnaissance plane ing control over the missiles
election is settled. He determines faithfulness and many public works and the priori his attorney's request, wrotein taking third. Ford from the
I of N.W. 7th Ave., was shot down by the Soviet antiaircraft springs largely fact
hours of dedicated and intelli- ties them detail
were reviewed of his life.
the. story
j to get along with former According to Harold Acosta,I who has been ill, was reported missiles toward the that there has been a steady
work the Plan Board. and recommended to It %%
gent on was a letter and '
I rivals, treating each Issue -pase Supervisor of Recreation, t be' as much improved. end of the Cuban missile crlsiJC.opter withdrawal in recent months of
Also, Mr., Richardson needsto the Commission the P I it is without
by a n question, a tremendous -
{ and its participants as a Pet Fair was a great success Soviet personnel at the 24 antiaircraft
be reminded that Dr. De- Board after considerable human document
and he refuses
new question and the,children had a wonderful MONDAY COLORED missile bases.
I to indulge in personal attacks, Grove is a resident, registered study and bearings. worth study by sociologists, time ahowing-off their pets, CONVENTION AT Sets State Department Press Officer
voter, and of Why should they back
taxpayer away ministers, and all
vindictiveness vendettas. persons dolls and
or bobbies.
We are already JACKSONVILLE"Our Richard L Phillips said today
Gainesville until he actually from the consideration of a who deal directly or indirectly
I \ In other words, he. tries to physically moves next month. site for the new city hall with social problems looking forward to nextyear'I.Pet convention this summer Flight Record under questioning that
1'\'\ conduct himself like a gen- Fortunately Richardson's they recommended unless Mr. especially those of the Fair..Harold,Acostasupervisor win be right here in the state," "we cannot confirm at this time

tleman and display ordinary churlish proposal was reject: Richardson.had so many fish and the rejected.We poor of, recrefee. Community Joan Adam, presiding minister BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) that operational control has yet
decency in his manners. This of his own to fry that he Recreate*' Center 524 of the Gainesville congregation Pfloti hope to set a helicopterdown been transferred by the Sovietsto

I set of -.'r I s'J.1s one of the erHowever could not endure that the Plan are a government of N.W. 1st Street P i of Jehovah's Witnesses, an- at the Kern County Air- the Cubans. As we have Indicated

strengths of our whole political Mr. Richardsonthen Board serve the role all reasonable laws and the rights of an PROGRAM SET't I nounced last night "The trip port at to crack a earlier withdrawal ol

I system." .. shifted his outrageous at- and well informed American citizen are. fuari The' undenominational ChertUnion 'i this year will be to Jacksonville world's record-and 47 eggs.It Soviet persorr-1 c .itinues."

The vicious and k vindictive tacks to the Plan Board for citizens expect play? anteed and priceless". Happily wIfl:,present toprograffl : for the' district convention Phillips said, however, thai
I attack bYJames Richardson doing what a true planning GLADYS M. KAMMERER the .story of,_tUs obscure. ,,' ,-**'. "Cboin, ,to:1. scheduled for Jury"12," said win mark the end of a 101- there Is "a degree of uncertain-
I Florida prison has been writ- Parade" it the: Wesley:Chafd Mtmi.: J hour -endurance record for helicopters ty" in official quarters about

ten in boot form by Aa&eey Methodist Church today at I.1 Adams said that this is one of which'' a team of four who is in actual command ol

I POTOMAC FEVER Lewis who for some, years. p.m. 37 conventions be held pilots began Thursday. the missile sites.

has prodaced bd nat cover. .' 11 tbh year sponsored bribe Referee from the National In explaining this "uncertain'
By Jack Wilson, Cowlea Washington''Bureau ::>! ap and analyst 'of '.the"s .- BgBevaigfTLEAGUE: WaicBtower B&1e' 'and Tract Aeronautical Association taped ty." officials pointed out that I

preme Court Chairman. ReYf-N. A..'Jackson -. Society missile installation Is .a hlghlj
I f 48 to the skids of the
President Johnson and Ambassador Lodge are in full agreement both has caBva'nieettaf! y > Twentyfour members of the eggs machine complex electronic systen

want to keep the leftists out of Saigon and the rightists out of Washington. THE ,BOOK, U. the Norte 'GiinenISC, aids Gainesville congregation beg an to make unauthorized sure It landing.couldn'tmake which is subject to control 4

i Gov. Scranton is delighted to get Lodge's help.. Once have Massachusetts Is oot r merely a' court etbroom :fBMjflMf gMttstMa-f. T tiIIi) Hft MlsW ..g'to"make''! plans for the many levels. Thus, even with I
I j and New Hampshire, nailed ,down, you've tot, si 'food chance of carrying drama. but'' is, of i iIfit"., 'June 90, at.I,p.B?. _:.,. Dvvai t four day meeting that will One egg wax broken when a few personnel at a base, the So"
t I Vermont. a history of the court 'itself F.lStool;aedkerhms.I take place lathe Jacksonville pilot dropped it Sunday to cele- viet Union would be able t4

i : i: iU changes,and its mag. : Toe, leSowtefc, committee CoUseum.. ? brate passing,the old" 72-ho r maintain control over the usl
rl Lodge now has a splendid opportunity to show,that if you time'it just"right (i nfflceni record of 'dot.... -- cbair en'wiBwrefert to lie The convention: win be at. endurance mark, set tour. years cf the missiles,, through oleo

Ii. you can serve in two losing campaigns in the same summer. t ffadhrttuU right ; |league y : employment. ,, Eddjle leaded by U,..: of Jehevab'i ago by Navy pilots. trooic, or physical-Ittol Mk,

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t. June 29. 1964 Gainesville Sun 5 t

} Kennedys Draw : Study New ;: .

: : Report IIIMissing NSTANTMonday.

11 Cheers in Poland Trio !

WARSAW, Poland '(AP-En- John's Cathedral as Kennedy I, PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP)

;, couraged by wildly cheering emerged from Mass. I -Authorities today probed a re- .. ..
Polish crowds, Robert': F. Kennedy Shouts of "Long live Ken white '. ". it" \ '&," -"
t port that two'young men t
i called on Communist Poland nedy" and'"Long live America"
were seen standing by a station .
| Sunday night to ,help promote I greeted, the attorney general,i -
wagon similar to one driven by PICK UP THIS HOTPOINT AT McDUFF"NOW. '. ." I \ r; lf .
thaw in the cold his wife, Ethel and two sons as! the three civil rights workers : .

war.The'U.S. attorney general told streets.they rode through Warsaw who vanished eight days ago. :: ; ; ",t. : \
( Foreign Minister Adam.Rapac- "I am not running for president -. The widespread search for : .

1 ki that Poland has a unique opportunity ,,but if I were, 'I wish you clues in the baffling disappearance ,.
:to ,supply a bridge of could all come to.the United I of Michael Schwerner, 24; ATTACHMENT. PLUG IT INTO '. : '
pnderstanding between the Unit- States to vote," Kennedy told a Andy Goodman, 20, both of New ; :
rd States and the Soviet Union. crowd in ,front of Warsaw Uni- York; and James Chaney, 22, a 'i"f."f.

U.S. sources said Kennedy versity. Meridian Negro, continued in ANY REGULAR OUTLET AND BE COOL INSTANTLY! ,
lold this red hill section of east-
'Rapacki that Poland could The Kennedys sat on the roof clay

\ play' a 'key role in improving of U.S. Ambassador John M. central Mississippi. l

relations because of, its :mem- Cabot's limousine and waved ,..
t One hundred sailors from theNavy's
krship in the Soviet bloc and when swelling crowds stoppedthe .
airfield at Meridian re- .
I (he*strong ties between the Po- car. The roof partly cavedin
Ish and American and switched to another joined the highway patrol and 3l
peoples. they
FBI to search west of this town .. t t6I ..
.. .
'They met for dinner'at Jab- car :- -, I Ir 4 ..., .
". .
of 5,000 as other officers ,' ,
bnna Palace, a former royal.un.ting' Polish television carried the dragged small lakes and '. .tf. : ; : : ..
& ; lodge 10 miles from first news of Kennedy's satur- streams. .
Warsaw. ey'aIs were be- day arrival on Sunday night. l :
: leved to have discussed the Newspapers, carried short descriptions Chief investigator Gwin Cole :

t German. :territories seized by of his activities to- of the highway patrol said one ir. ,

Poland after World War II. The day, describing the visit as pri- witness had reported seeing a \\"tf .. ..

W.estern. ,allies have not official- vate.Despite station wagon near a side road .
fy ,recognized these as perma- the press silence, the Bogue Chitto swamp near .
j lent Polish territory. temperatures in the 90s and a.. the spot where the 'burned vehicle -
The' meeting followed ,a tri violent rainstorm, crowds surrounded used by the missing, trio
tmphant tour'of Warsaw by the .Kennedy all day. was found last Tuesday

visiting American despite an official Clearly moved by the enthusiasm -
The witness, Cole said, spottedthe
news blackout' on, his ar- Kennedy put off his departure -
rival.Poland's.. until late Tuesday so he station wagon and two men,
whom he described as "of similar
official press and ratio -could visit Poland's Roman
t to Goodmanand
maintained silence on the Catholic spiritual center at appearance"
Schwerner last Monday be-
risit, but word got around. An Czestochowa. He was expectedto ,

Estimated 6,000 Poles, jammed meet the primate of Poland, fore noon. gw'

lie narrow streets around St. Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski. At least six persons have told

authorities they had passed the

site around 11 a.m. last Mondayand

Scranton Says Choctaw saw nothing.Indians confessed 6-I

they stripped the hubcaps off 1I
the burned-out vehicle about 5 I s

Barry Is 'UnfitDALTON p.m. last Monday. _

Some 275 more summer volunteer _
A Pa. '(AP)' Gov.' has developed the unfortunate civil rights workers
ffifliam W. Scranton of Penn- reputation of, being impulsivewith poured into this racially tense r- ir'

lylvania launches today a nine- the great question of state over the weekend. Goodman _

ltate,.:cross country quest for whether we shall have war or had arrived the previous t
support of his bid for the peace." weekend in the advance guardof

Republican presidential nomI- He said the Arizona senator about 175 collegians from the

nation'after saying on televisionthat complained that he is being mis- north and west. MODEL
his chief opponent lack understood. This, said Scranton, ACPQ41
students will work with
lualitles for the high office. "raises the question of how The
could he be to the Council of Federated Or-
Scranton Jeaves for Charlotte, expected changewere
he The ganization's Negro educationand
j N.C., on a campaign tour that president. thoughtof Hntpcflnt
voter registration projects.The
the American chief executive
I will ,take him to Atlanta, Ga.; constantly misunderstood by his council coordinates activities
Knoxville Tenn. Salt
; ; '
of the civil rights
citizens major
fellow by our allies,
Lake City, Utah; Eugene, Ore.,
I and by our, enemies, is not a groups operating in the state.
ind North and South Dakota.

kl't Addressing. a national television comforting"We need the White Housea The FBI planned to question 115 VOLT 71/2 AMP
workers at Philadelphia's two
audience' from his Georgian leader who thinks clearly,
''I main plants individually todayfor
'style.'mansion at Dalton who doesn't shoot from the hip,
Sunday night, Scranton listed who understands that his every possible clues.

three reasons why he didn't word and action will influencefor An FBI spokesman said road-

Ihink Sen., Barry Goldwater better or for worse man- blocks would be set up on all

Dught didate'for to be president.the Republican- kind's hopes and work for peace roads leaving to the U.S. Motors 2 SPEED AIR CONDITIONER
6 with freedom. division of Emerson Elec-
f ,"In the first place it is clear "The fact is that Sen. Gold- tric and Wells-Lamont Corp., a "
w. that he lacks public support. water has not shown these qual- glove manufacturer.Each .
Goldwater would run far behind ities."
President Johnson this November "He has given every evidenceof worker on every shift
," Scranton said, citing pub- being a man who is seekingnot will be asked if he knows any- No exta wiring needed just plug it
1 lie opinion polls made by him to lead the Republican thing connected with the disap-
)t ind by independent agencies. party, but to start a new political pearance. into a regular household ,outlet just as

Scranton added, "Goldwater party of his own."
11 Another roadblock will be set you would a toaster! $

k up near the 'spot where the

I Wltat They're DoingAt charred hulk of the trio's staion New furniture styling-in, beautiful
wagon was found to question -
I all passers-by. simulated wood grain cabinet! f '

j Schools
CollegesROBERT Goodman, Schwerner and Sturdy, heavy duty steel cabinet!
Chaney were last seen late on ,
BELL James Thames. the night of June 21 when they
Robert H. Bell, 1953 graduate I Anne Wigley, Lisa Wigley, posted a $20 bond after being Permanent foam filter
rf Gainesville High' School, is: Kenneth Winters and Michael arrested here for speeding. .
ine,.of 24 preachers'and sch lan -! Ziegler.

I! hg Christian of graduate the College Churches work in of at the Christ McGar-Abilene do- ready courses Over 280 enrolled this students summer for with have credit an-al- CigaretteSmoking FREE SERVICE LOW, LOW TERMS !

rey Fellowship Program continuing
week session still
other -
through July
Bell presently is serving' as
minister for the Lackland Ter- PHILIP McFERRIN Still Down
Philip N. McFerrin, son of
race Church of Christ in San
l Antonio. His parents, Mr. andMrs. Prof. and Mrs. John B. McFer NOW.
23rd St., has WASHINGTON (AP) Amer-
rin of 415 N.W. re- ,
Jack Bell reside here at ;
1636 N.W. 6th Ave, ceived a Bachelor of Arts degree icans cut down on their smok- .
at Dartmouth College.At ing by about 16 billion ciga-,

'57 at CFJC Dartmouth, McFerrin majored rettes since a government re- A NEW LOOK OF BEAUTY
Fifty seven students are enrolled port linked health hazards to
r for the first session of in economics and was a I smoking, the Agriculture De COMES TO REFRIGERATORS !
R. 0.T. C.
member of the Army
term at Central
the summer partment reported today.
I member' the
unit. He was a
Florida Junior College from : The cut-back was 6.5 per cent '
Alachua County, according to Young Democrats, the WintelCarnival below the first six months.of
Council and the Fresh
Terry U. O'Banion, dean of Student 64 PHILCO
man Council, and was active or]I last year.
$ at,CFJC. the staff of the student- operated The department! said more a '

l 'All" are from Gainesville with AM radio 'station, WDCR,, cigarettes are now being
the exception of two students and hi the Dartmouth' Players,, smoked in the United States "
from;Hawthorne. They are Nor- than in the period just after the ,' INSTANT COLD 17"
.McFerrin was a June, 1960,
wood Baker and Shirley Dug- report was released last Jan
graduate of Gainesville H i g 1 I
ger. but probably not as many as
Students from Gainesville STANLEY HESTER Meanwhile.cigars- pipes and :* *. LITTLE SO QUIETLY A really luxurious refrigerator and a real work
Margery Aird, Charles An- ? k- horse too. Freezer stores 165 frozen
Ibs. of food. Swing-out bosket handy
Mrs. be-
'Hester, of D. cigarettes are
Stanley son roll-your-own .
draws, Robert Bache, Milton ". ice bucket book-shelf door storage! No defrosting ever in refrigerator or
H. McSwain of 221 N.W. 33rd Sales of
Baxley, Francis Bishop, Evelio coming more freezer! Space-saving Phifco 'Thinsulation construction only 30" wide
aosque Ernest Burch, Mary Ave., has been graduated with regular and small cigars are up M9' 68" toll! Twin crispers hold a bushel. Air Wrap long.tirre meat storage

Cake, Cynthia ,Cocley' and highest honors from Chabot College about 12 per cent. ..y" drawer and extra deep dairy-bar door storage holds half gotten mint
in San Leandro, California. estimated i
_James Courtney. The department .cortons. Lift-out trays for 3 dozen eggs. And wait until you see the outside tr !
Hester, 23, had a 3.59 grade cigarette consumption for the Beoutiful Jewel-look;: styfing with classic! ceramic-like highlights. So treat
Edward Cowles, John Ether- average (4.0 is an A) during his year ending June 30 at 507 billion yourself to luxury today.
Idge Clyde EvansSara Ford, "
two at Chabot, a Junior -a drop of 2 per cent from NtRLYAW
John Garver, Benjamin Griffin, Kr .
college. He also was presidentof previous year. ... TRADE ALLOWANCE
Dennis Gross, Ronald Had- c.
"Data available thus far Indicate ..
the Chabot College chapter of
dock, Sally Hall and Timothy S $1 00 FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR
Hamilton. Sigma Rho, California Junior that consumption I'.j. -CCARDLESS of AGE OR CONDITION.TOWARD .
College Honor Society, and was dropped sharply following release "' SJ THE PURCHASE
'Other Gainesville graduates named to the Sigma Rho state of the Jan. 11)) report- 3x .'. ","'i; V.f : OF THIS '*4 fHILCOl
are Frank Harrell; Danny honor roll in recognition of his probably 15 to 20 per cent. The '! : :: 1FY : '
Heiman, James Helton Sarah t4. \
scholarship. severity of this decline has not :
Hendrkks, Wilson Hindricks, Hester joined the Navy after persisted, ,but consumption has -

Charles Hopkins Mary Lee his graduatian.fromGainesvlleHigh : ; not the pre-report COR. N. MAIN ." "
Johnson Ronald Johnson Peter
School in 1958. leveL Whether or .not cigaretteuse
Karen and Armando Martinez. ,
will the fairly
Dania Martinez,-Ken Mathe* JAMES HETHERINGTON resume '

py, Griffith McSwine, William James H. Hetherington, 1928 strong upward trend that char & 12th AVE. vs.
I Michael Terry: Nelson, Emily N.W. 31st Ave., has won Hon- acterized the period 1955 rA
1 Newsome; Larry Noegel. Peggy orable Mention in the second annual through 1963 cannot be fore-

Nutt, Dana Pozin and Paul International Student' Art seen," the report said. PHONE 6-1296-
R eece.' Competition, conducted by International Production of smoking tobacco
:Also Jane Riley, Gary Schafer .. Correspondence for pipes and roll-your-own:
( Carolyn Scott, James Sim, Schools. His work was entered cigarettes increased about one- 'SHOP 'TIL 9 TONIGHT
I 'DOllS,' John Smith. 'JulU: in"the. pea and F iak drawing sixth. Production of chewing to-

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Women Wed/ !' Luncheon; ,, :111.0 OICD f fl HIfflfflliy-- N. Y. Flower Show Features H,

Honors Shakespearian ThemeNEW

'l THE f ( I L yBy Y YORK The. women-1 The show is not all flowers, vance, with classes in flower-

To Power I BrideMrs. :. folk of Gramercy Park held.nor are the participantswomen. all arranging.The .
I; their 18th flower show in a genteel Gramercy Park Association
atmosphere befitting their Several men won awards. And besides holding its show,
RUTH WEIMER Women's EditorGracyFeiber Historic neighborhood at the one woman won first prize in also issues discreet warnings
I. X. Cheves and her
National Arts Club recently. the "Dish Fit for the Gods" from time to time to the ownersof
daughter Miss Julie Cheves, en- Well dressed women flooded category with a bowl of grapes, property in the area that
tertained with
a bridesmaids into and out of an art gallery ina bananas and limes. shows signs of becoming run
luncheon Friday afternoon In
building where Gov. SamuelJ. Another prize went to down.
the Blue Room of the Hotel
Thomas. The engagement and approaching Tilden used to live, to ad- a group of young patients at Their goal is to keep their: exclusive

marriage of Miss mire arrangements of store- Bellevue Hospital, where ther- neighborhood about as
The party was given to honor bought flowers that they or their apists look forward to the Samuel Ruggles wished when he
Mrs. Frederick Pitz, who was tfary Marguerite Gracy, to I neighbors had designed.The Gramercy show as a diversion gave the one-block park to the

Miss Paula Wyman before her James George Feiber Jr., has flowers are not home- i, for their children'swards. city more than a century ago.

,\ ::4 1, : N. 1 marriage Saturday.An been announced by the bride- k- grown, as in most shows, be- It was he who made Gramercy *

$ arrangement of white elect's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. M: i k :iawA cause most of the entrants One of the show's more dis- Park the only city park to,be
: rt live around kept locked all the time. At.his
.... Luther Cecil Gramercy Park b is The
: + stock, baby's breath and pink Gracy.An irk tinguished n e Igh ors
s s. a Manhattan neighborhoodthat direction, only residents on the
roses in a milk glass container Players. .This year The Players -
August wedding is plan- is much too urban for park's p e rimeter may h a VI
edged with pink net, cen- gardening.The "lent Shakespearean memor- keys, and the fees for them pay
tered the luncheon table. Pink.ned. I abilia from the careers of such -,
show for its upkeep.
satin hearts joined with ribbons i tr was sponsored by actors as Sir John Gielgud, to
Gracy was graduated the Park Associa-
and wedding bells complemented supplement the more than 100
from Gainesville High School] tion, a group of several hundred
the design. Places for each flower arrangements. Handy KindYou
guest were marked by pink net and received an associate of residents devoted to preservin *

a rice bags. arts degree from Stephens College { the neighborhood. The Gramercy show, whichits can use loose lea, tea

:. Columbia, Mo. She was backers say is one of the bags or instant tea for an
The honoree presented her graduated with a B. A. degree The theme of this year's show most noted in the city, is a iced beverage; so choose the
--W4 matron of honor, Mrs. Geor described as a "gift of beauty"to
g e in education from the University low-budget affair. There is no kind that's handy.
Putnam, with a gold bracelet, f low e rlovers, was Shake- and
of Florida, where she was a admission charge no contribution
and her bridesmaids, Miss Patti U___.____ _-.. spearean.
member of Chi Omega sought. DON'T MISS
and Miss Mary Lou Pitz, with [ Miss Mary Marguerite Gracy Mrs. John J. McEwan won the THE SOUNDS OF SUMMERget -
sterling pin cushions. top award with a gold and The exhibits are displayed
Mrs. Josip Broz, School and is I hearing checkup todcy iti
now attending the
Is of Mrs. black arrangement symbolizing on burlap covered tables, -
A corsage of rosebuds and a Mr. Feiber the son GAINESVILLE
University of Florida mere he the line "thick inlaid with which stand old beer cases.
James Feiber and 'the AID CO.
gift of china in her chosen pattern George HEARING
was presented to the bride late Mr. Feiber. He was graduated a member of Sigma Alpha patines of bright gold," from The neighborhood begins pre- 620 N. Main FR 6-0095
Mrs. Tito Is/ by the hostesses. from Gainesville High i Epsilon fraternity. "The Merchant of Venice. paring for it months in ad-

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JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP TODAY, June 29 School Speaker, Mrs. Walter

Newfeatures Writer Gainesville Bridge 'Club, Probert,. 1929 NW 14th Ave- (

' In September 1952 when the then British Foreign Secretary 7:30 TUESDAY p.m., Recreation JUNE 30 Center. nue.Summer I 3f gin.,. > :' \ SEW UP TREMENDOUS, SAVINGS .
University :
Bridge -
Anthony Eden visited Yugoslavia, invitations for a -
him issued in the of Presi- Gainesville Council for In- of Florida Women's Club )
reception to honor were name "d ? y NOW DURING OUR
dent Josip Broz Tito and Mrs. Jovanka Broz. ,* ternational Relations Host and Newcomers Group, 8 p., I .-
Family Committee, 10 a.m., m., Clubhouse, West New- f
This was the first time' the Yugoslav public was aware "
that its President had married for the third time. Mrs. Fletcher N. BaldwinJr. berry Road.Gainesville. ,I I f Yt SUMMER FABRICSALE jj
., 1804 SW 43rd Avenue. Bridge Club,

Thereafter the internationalpress States to try his luck but returned Chi Omega Alumnae, .8 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn.

and the Yugoslavs them shortly. Her mother died p.m. Mrs. R. C. Philips, 1209 THURSDAY JULY ,.: .
selves, clamored for news and when Jovanka was 11. She quit NE Fourth Street.WEDNESDAY 2
American Association of
pictures of the new First Ladyof school to help her father In the JULY 1
Yugoslavia. But the tightfisted household.At University City Bridge University Women, Morning
boss of the Communist Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, Interest Group, Mrs. James
country seemed disinclined to I 16 she joined the Com- 107 NW 15th Terrace. A Noland, 1003 NW 22nd

permit his wife to share the in- munist Youth Organization, at University Women's Club Street. i ;

ternational limelight an at- that time an underground or- International Relations FRIDAY, JULY.3

titude then prevalent among ganization fighting the Royal Group, 1:30 p.m., Dr. John Gainesville Bridge Club,
Communist leaders. Government of Yugoslavia. Aft- Carmen, Harvard Divinity 9 a.m., Holiday Inn.
Scary Night er 50 persons were massacredby Important Savings on Our Regular
Serbian quislings Jovanka i
Yet at the reception for An- joined the Partisan led Top Quality Summer Fabrics For
Army by
thony Eden admittedly the Air Conditioning Gives ,

most frightening night of Mrs.Tito's Tito. You, Your Family, Your Home .

life the magnetic lady Two Versions tHere
with her voluptuous dark beau- I Allergy Victims Relief"Air

ty captured the sympathies of Imaginative ,Yugoslavs say I are Just A Few Examples of the Many
those present at the White Pal- that during a parachute attack conditioning"* means keeping a large share of the
ace, so won over the world at the young lady shot a German relief from summer heat to airborne villains outdoors. II Savings You'll Pocket If You Buy Now .
t soldier Tito with his
large, that she eventually_released ; sighting- most people, but to the hay Most of the sneezing, irrita-
other Iron Curtain wives gun tion, and discomfort of hay
fever or allergy victim, a cen-
from their shadowy seclusion. I However, Western correspon- fever usually is blamed on SOFT &'FLUFFY45"wideDACRON
tral is
Finding an ally in his spar dents are inclined to believe cooling system even ragweed pollen, but this is

S kling wife, Tito began to let her their first meeting was at"a funeral more important as a weapon only one of several culprits, CREPE
functions, where Tito against airborne pollens and according to home comfort r
at public only casually
appear mold The Feel and Look of Luxury. Plus the REAL LUX-
launch boats and make trips shook hands with her, along with spores. experts. URY
of Easy Core. Little No of 100
or Ironing %
, with him. hundreds of other soliders in the The filtering system and de- Ragweed deserves its shareof Dacron Biyester .

' And while In Russia, Mrs. army, a third of which were humidification process built the blame, all right, but it or

t Broz broke all rules of the women. into most central air condi.Uoners is usually confined to late PRESTIGE SCHIFFLIE EMBROIDERIESMOYGASMEL

high Kremlin hierarchy by After the war she went to combine to remove summer and early fall. Long
drawing out the wives of other work clerk large quantities of these irritants before then, pollen from trees or
as a filing officerin
Russian leaders to keep her' Tito's Secretariat in Belgradeand from the air circulating and grasses is affecting aller- LINENS j ;
company which set a new through the house, explains gy victims. '
t' got to know the leader bet- (
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American Furnace Company, "
precedent.Last ter. She was promoted to ma- The tree pollen season startsas
' when Mrs. Orville St. Louis, a leading manufac- '
r' year in
jor before her marriage. early as January some v
L. Freeman, wife of the U.S. turer. areas and can extend into
of agriculture, made Resigning from military life, 'L
secretary By adding one of the new Mayor June. Grass pollens ;
, a five-week tour of the Soviet she finished her studies (inter- electronic air filters to the usually are a problem from '

Union and four satellites, she i rupted in the fifth grade) at the system, the efficiency of the April into September, but the, b-: -1
observed that Marshall Tito'swife i University of Belgrade.
air cleaning job can be in- season can be longer.

was the only one who hada Living with President and creased to more than 90 per Complicating the whole-picture .
of official life.
real part Mrs. Tito is the son of his second cent. are mold spores, which
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"She was the glamor girl of marriage and two grandchildren Another factor in creatinga develop from decaying vegetation
' bunch born to the son of Tito's first cleaner, more healthful cli- and can cause trouble Machine Woihable 4er
the whole a big hefty
, woman but well proportioned marriage, Zarko Broz, who like mate inside an air conditioned from early spring through rt ,

', gorgeously dressed, with his father has divorced and re I house is the fact that, doors most of the year, with peaksin SELEBRITEE RAYON-COTTON -
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Unlike most of the officials' '

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Mrs. Broz was "very chatty, NEW 9 6
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"And she obviously keeps up .... .-----
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Tito is 72 and Jovanka is 40. -

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Berta Has, still lives in Yugo- 2 3 J.F. Signal Boosting Stages MAX MANDEL LACES 100% Dacron Batiste .:
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Jovanda was born in the poor I $ 95 VALUES TO 1.99 PANEL -
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7 "Up Front" Golden Throat Sound 169The -
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') Geiger FamilySunday I Other 19-inch Portt.lbfesfrom 15995 THE STORE WITH MORE CHARGE"LAYAWAY h.- '

July 5, Is the date set I GAIN S/ILLE SHOPPING CENTER .
I for annual reunion of the Geiger 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ,

Family,which will be held at ,Phone 372-6303 5
Hart Springs, near Trenton in
Gilchrist County. A picnic lunch I Mare
pyepk p'd

planned.Prizes will be awarded to the 14otie0eaDe ;.- ATTENTION LADIESVISIT
es 7bta o >SCaVleroRT rv
and the
oldest man woman;
youngest child the mother baying > Aaoiber


ance, and the family traveling,
'he greatest distance to attend.]
All ,Geiger descendants are in-' : WOOLEN FABRICS :
'ited Perry to Geiger attend is president of VARIETY STORE :

Cameron the family serves, group as and: secretary Inez W. 7 S.E. 1st AVE 376.5348 AND WONDERFUL WOOL :BLENDS TOO : :

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Know How. Good j White House Social Office Kept Busy

i :i Raw Carrot Could BeA I

fe a 3frm flnrk cTitnts; The reason is that the John- In recent administrationsthe Roosevelt was President, life *
letter from a reader who and'added lemon juice. 1d1 sons are among the most hos- information has been and entertaining were sun- *

1 has finished my 9-Day Reducing v W By NAN ROBERTSON pitable Presidential couples in much more precise: where pier. The earliest entry in a -
ideas for any woman who is "While grocery s h opping, WASHINGTON The man history, in Vblume as well as the guests sat; what they ate; is-
.w rather than just looking at all bent over a magnifying glassof faded ledger for dinner at
losing ,weight. She writes: warmth. what china they ate upon;
the goodies, 'I bought some J\ l/oSEPfllNE the size..of a pancake, dip Since 1964 began, they have what wines they drank; what the White House on Tuesday, Z.
"Your 9-Day Diet lends itselfto ped his pen in a mixture of entertained 12,700 persons at toasts they heard; what'''flow Dec. 3, 1901. The records be-
items for the future. It was help- .
fore this date were destroyedin
creative approaches whicharen't Higgins Eternal and Arnold'sJapan White House receptions, teas, er centerpieces refreshed
ful because it reminded me that LOW/MAM Ink and began ,writinga a fire during the Hoover
fattening but add cheerto Jit luncheons and dinners, as their eyes and which performers -
the day. The 'diet also servesas better days are ahead. name on an engraved in- well as at a number of other entertained them after the Administration.
vitation that began: divertissements for which meal.
a good basis for my hus
the most
"One of impor-
band's meal at with few "The President and Mrs. written invitations were not
night, a
additions. tant fringe benefits is a feel the tips you have received on to think of a kind-eyed cow ev Johnson request the pleasureof issued. About 150 gaests'on the avenge -

ing of added self respect be- Weight Watching," she wrote, ery time I order filet mignon! the company of ..." There is no doubt that the dinner.attend a White Fox ,makes House tit idhJe
"There are other fringe bcnev cause I have been able to exer- It took the calligrapher 15 state Mr.
'and wish to send'in of White House has become
: one my If missed 9-Day oat elaborate seating .charts
you my
fits cise the necessary discipline to minutes just to stroke theguest's
I appreciate. For instance, recent the No. 1 host
own. I used to be quite a meat Reducing Diet which gives years for each affair.In .
1 I had no idea how delicious a stay with the diet. name the date and,, for the nation and the world.
eater especially pork and you a loss of from five to ten the time in the delicate cur- 1S01, when Theodore I
| raw carrot is until I fell famished The above ideas The head of the Social Entertainments .
t .'on one that day at lunch. do all sorts are of splendid.You ham. So, every time I sat downto pounds in nine days send' 10 sive style known as banknote Office is SanfordL. i By William C. "Bill" Smith
can things cents and a stamped, self-ad
| I have eaten hundreds in myt" and I a plateful I would picture the script. The keenest eye could Fox, a chunky, merry man I:
with tomato juice, herbs dressed envelope with your request
tell the difference between FOOD &
day but that delicious! of 44 with prematurely white
none darn pig drnning around the
and herb vinegar and lemon for that booklet Ad- the engraving and what TheHand
hair. He is only the fourth I
;< The night you let us have a juice and onion and garlic salt.i barnyard and lying in a mud dress Josephine Lowman in- he had written.. person to occupy the position Sewn GRAVY

*/f baked potao, I used some of my The idea of buying so me puddle."I care of the Gainesville Sun. This is the White House So since it was created in 1881.

ration of buttermilk on it with cial Entertainments Office, He has served since Jan. 1, Look of -
I goodies for later on is fraught can tell appetite
you my STAINSMost
onion salt and and the four calligraphers in
t pepper. with danger. Evidently it work- settled back! I also tried to im- 1961.
The flavor not unlike Brides'Book it down to
the being worn
r was are
ed well for this reducer but agine other foods in their'natu- In his files are records of of us eat at least three
the nibs of their Gillot
jf, yummy potatoes drenched in
many others would fall by the ral state before being made every White House dinner and times a day, and if you're like
sow: creamthat: :_ J love. No. 170 pens. luncheon since '1901 who us. you'll nibble a bit now and
i wayside if a favorite food were attractive for the table. Th is : was So it's
then in between times.
II Tasty Shrimp on the pantry shelf. system really worked for me The office produces by hand invited on what date, who 01 LIM! "OII inlf fI/IN. 1 inevitable that we'll spill a gob
because it put a damper on came and who sent regrets. of food on our clothes from
..I New SuggestionIn my and letterpress all the exquIsite
The second day J had no time to time. That's human.
appetite. invitations, menus, place
lean meat handler lunch SHOESfor
) on so the same mail I received a TODAY, June 29 cards escort cards and But the stains are not.
It I.. substituted soma shrimp. The trouble with this sytem is Linen shower programs They're complicated chemical
most unusual suggestion from complimenting that make social
Rather than eat. them plain I that you might not be able to Miss Patricia Ann Reh- help a FOOD FREEZERBEST compounds when they get on
another, reader."I occasion memorable at the nourish-
and the only
.. clothes
some of my tomato juice i change your habit of thought Yy
bein, bride-elect of Arthur ,
MEN they then
1ration President's mansion. :: ment or pleasure
'I.J.I I for that day-over them have been reading some of I after losing weight. I would hate McMillan Dunscombe, Miss Many of the guests at the :;: WAY TO .J s:;; provide is' for moths.

Donna Marie Beard, 7:30 p. dinners the SAVE MONEY
pocket piecesof .s Because of the complexityof
J JH m., 1614 NW 21st Avenue. white cardboard (Crane's ; IS TO BUYti ti; foods and gravies, the simplest -
Kitchen shower honoring kind finish four-ply goldbeveled thing you can do to
leave them completely
Miss Jane Hannon, bride- and embvs2d with Pres- t Il: I Of course, on launderable!
elect of James A. Adkinson idential Seal) that the White ; items, the laundering usually
Jr., ,Mrs. Dick Sanders, House calligraphers. have so i takes care of the problem. But
I Ij Misses Pam and San- drawn : on drycleanable items you may
Sherry painstakingly
j upon. in for
be letting yourself more
j t tI ders, 8 p.m., 2254 NW 11th These cards are virtuallythe : I:.::i trouble if you tamper with
I Avenue.HathcoxSills. only personal souvenirs :: t them. Instead of semoving
the public can' .I.....oc ...' them you may be setting them
t dN carry away ,, I A wee application of cool
from the executive mansion. ':'::0 ::: clear water can retard setting
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Social entertainment has I a stain and help it keep fresh
i I \ 9 been working at high speed >Sti.oC.3 ..;:...:.. and moist till we spot it out.

WeddingAnnounced since the Lyndon Johnsons en- : ...SsSis I 995 I Then get them in to be
Il l 11t JJ tered the White House. Our expert meet cutters l.:.::::.Y;: I cleaned as soon after staining
l '- : ;::1. will cut to order; wrap dal::; i as you conveniently can.
*: lobtl end store in your, :::
Thinking of A xrr locker U.S. "Choice" :':::-:1 Looks aren't everything I Fly the American Flag
CEDAR KEY- Mr. and Mrs. 1 and "Good" beef prices rI: I Here
though. you not only get
Roy T. Sills of Cedar Key, have: New Refrigerator by the side! or quarter t:: 1 the distinctive, extra-quality JULY 4TH

NEW ASSOCIATES HOME announced the marriage of their, ...:.:{..: are surprisingly low :.:.:.::..::.: look imparted by hand-sewn
) ::::; We'll cut and just :::::: seams you get a special sort
daughter, Miss Ethel Marie to wrap :1 oT comfort and FLAGCLEANED
the it fit. too. YOUR
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FINANCING PLAN Private W. Hathcox ... ... just a desirable shoe all the
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Why wait for the improvements your home _,on., Your request, large or small, win Key.The ; ''Rt l'..' -' III .. ti::: inspected. Freezing .t no ::::;:: FREE
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1 need today! The Associates offer "Look- office near you for an appointment. Over 17. I ICE MAKER ONLYBE
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BScranton Over GoldwaterBy I VF Grads to Join Mission inKorea

RIDGECREST, N. C. Anthony sion this month at Ridgecrest Theo Sommerkamp, assistant di- also holds a master of education *

Stella .Jr., minister 'of Baptist Assembly. rector';:of Baptist Press (South degree from the Univer-
LOUIS HARRIS c '! education at .Kirkwood, Mo. Stella has served with Kirk- ern Baptist news service), sity of Florida. She has taught
THE wood Church for three years. Nashville, Term. school in Tampa, Fort Worth,
If-rank-and-file Republicans could vote their preferencesGov. Baptist Church, and Mrs. Stel- Both he and his wife are, natives Stella graduated from the and in Hayward, Calif., s hew

William Scranton would be nominated over Sen. Barry HARRIS ) la have been appointed missionaries of Florida, he of Gainesville University of Florida with a s principal of the small ele

Goldwater by a 62-38 per cent margin.In SURVEY to Korea by"the Southern and she, the former'Mary bachelor of arts degree, from:mentary school where she

Baptist Foreign ,M ission Virginia (Micki) Sommerkamp, taught.
the first survey completed since Scranton, announced his Golden Gate Baptist Theological -
candidacy, it Is apparent that the grass roots supporters of Board, meeting in special ses- of Tampa. She is the sister of Seminary, Berkeley, Calif.' Stella spent some time in

Henry Cabot Lodge, Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon and (now located in nearby Mill Korea when he was serving in
I George Romney have formed ranks behind the candidacy of GOLDWATER VS. SCRANTON I Smoke Label Won't Help Valley with a bachelor of divinity the U. S, Air force. Later,
the Pennsylvania governor. degree, and from Southwestern while he studied in Golden Gate
GOLDWATER SCRANTON Theological he and his wife worked .
i However, neither Scranton, nor Goldwater' would come SAN FRANCISCO (AP-La- cancer rather than attemptingto ,
PER CENT PERCENT Fort Worth, Tex., with of Oriental des
Seminary, people
close President Johnson if the 'election beling cigarette packages with filter dangerous materialsout.
to defeating Lyndon All Republicans .._........... 38 62 with a master of religious edu- cent through church activities.The .
were held today. The results of a carefully drawn probability Nixon, backers __.... .....,.. 38 62 warnings that smoking may cation degree. couple has two children,
cross-section of American voters: : Johnson 65 per' cent cause cancer and other diseases I'
Rockefeller backers 21 79 Russia Shows Mrs. Stella holds a bachelorof Ted, three 'and a half, and
'to Scranton 35 per cent; or Johnson 74 per cent to Goldwater will do little or no good, the
... 80
Romney backers .... 120
26 cent. American Medical Association'spresident science degree from Car Molly, one.
Lodge backers >--' .- 11 83 predicts. Hydrofoil Ship son City, Tenn., where she was The Stellas were among 28
In separate Interviewing ending June 19, registered Repub-- Backers of others .-.._ .-17 83 elected to "Who's Who Among missionaries appointed at the
licans only were asked: All ,through the long spring of Republican decision, a singular Dr. Edward R. Annis de- MOSCOW (AP-Soviet ship, Students In American Universities -Ridgecrest meeting, bringingthe
mark of GOP opinion has been its volatility and lack clared that "labeling isn't the designer Rostislav Alexeyev has
; "Suppose the Republican nomination came down to a choice! and Colleges" and grad- Foreign Mission Board'soverseas
I of stability. ,No one candidate has, ever emerged as the answer, but education is. j joined two turboprop engines '
between Senator Goldwater and Governor Scranton, whom : uated magna cum laude, and staff to 1,868.
stand-out choice for the nomination.The from IL18 airliner with a
?" before the Common- an
would you be for between these two < Speaking
'most consistant support has been that for Senator Gold- wealth Club in the Sheraton- ship's hull named "Stormy Pe

GOLDWATER VS. SCRANTON water. His backers are unwavering. However, he has never Palace Hotel, Dr. Annis de- trel" and propelled 150 passen- A RESOLUTION FIXING THE RESOLUTION SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 12U FOR THE CON-
GOP VOTERS exceeded 30 per cent first choice support from Republicans clared that if cigarettes are labeled gers at 68.75 m.p.h., Tass re- STRUCTION OF SANITARY SEWER LINES IN CERTAIN STREETS AND
UNDECIDEDS IN UNDECIDEDS OUT nationally. Goldwater's support remains a solid minority as hazardous, as orderedby ports. FIRMING THE ASSESSMENT ROLLS THERETO ORDERING THE
a minority political party. Furthermore, fully 30 per cent of PUBLICATION THEREOF; AND DIRECTING THE STATEMENTS BS
PER CENT PER CENT, the Federal Trade Commission The Soviet news agency said MAILED TO THE PROPERTY OWNERS
Scranton % the Republicans surveyed say they could not bring themselvesto then alcoholic beveragesalso this is the first of a fleet of such WHEREAS under the previsions of Ordinance N. 1127. passed by the
vote for the Arizona 'Senator if he is nominated. Although City Commission on the 7th day of January A.D. 1943 certain sanitary sewer
Goldwater 33 38 should be. hydrofoil ships and an advanceover lines were ordered to be constructed a portion of which wen Identified a*
many of these people might well change their minds by 6026-D In said Ordinance No. 1127. and are specifically! described: In the Schedule
Not sure 12 He suggested that the answerto the May Alexeyev diesel- attached hereto and by this reference hereby made I part hereof; and
November the of Republicansfind
fact remains that
a majority WHEREAS said work In Section 6024-D has been accomplished In accordance
The Scranton lead is substantial in those of the hydrofoils now in river
parts coun- it impossible to prefer Barry Goldwater as their stand- the tobacco hazard may be powered with the plans and specifications therefor and the same Is hereby
try where Republicans are most numerous 77.23 per, cent ard bearer. to add an ingredient to prevent service. accepted NOW.and THEREFORE.approved;
in East 60-40 cent in the Midwest and
the 66-34
cent in the West. Goldwater holds an overwhelming 82-18 per Section 1. That the total cost of said sewer lines Is In each Instance equalto
of Its Planners I the estimated and advertised cost thereof as set forth In Ordinance No.
cent lead among Southern Republicans. Zip Code Surpasses HopesWASHINGTON 1127 and the rate of assessment per front foot upon abutting rroperty frontingon
Although he enjoys a wide lead in popular Republican sup- said improvements is hereby ordained to be the amount ut forth In the
assessment roll therefore which Is hereto attached and by this reference
port in a man-to-man contest against Goldwater, Scrantonis I '(AP) Zip equipment to read the Zip Code|steps in handling and is speeding city dwellers are including the made I part hereof.
far from the first choice of I five digits, a department survey Section 2. That the assessment rolls for each of the sewer lines listed art
Republicans. holds mail.Another
Lodge the
Code, launched on a digit-weary numbers electronically 18 attached hereto. and the same are hereby adopted and confirmed. and each and
the top position in a much divided field: I public a ago next Wednesday -months hence. thing which has surprised has shown. every one of the assessments shown thereon Is hereby declared .to be. and
year which
the against
liens property
shall remain I legal valid. and binding upon
GOP FIRST CHOICE has surpassed the hopes of But the large-volume mail postal officials is that the said assessments are made until the same are paid In accordance with law.
Red RoundupSINGAPORE Section 3. That this Resolution. the attached description of the sanitary sewer
GOP. VOTERS has caught on with
its planners. isn't waiting for the electronic new system lines so constructed and the assessment rolls shall be published one time in
: PER CENT While the system for zoning scanners., Today, it already is the public. It's the butt of jokes Malaysia (AP) the Gainesville Sun. a newspaper of general circulation', published shall bear In this interest City.
and each special assessment shown on the attached; roll
Lodge ___ r *<,- 'V \0', 24 and routing the mails still finds reaping nearly all the benefits and cartoons, has been heard in -Police have arrested 54 per- from such publication! date at the rate and under the conditions as set forth In
Nixon .. .' ''. 21 offer in time legitimate theatre performancesand said Ordinance No. 1127. unless paid within thirty (30) days from such! publi.cation.
,. its skeptics, the fact remains: Zip Code has to sons for Communist subversive .
Goldwater .4', :- 20 43,000 large-volume mailers and economy. even become the center of activity in a crackdown at the Section 4. The Clerk of the Commission I Is hereby directed to mall to each
...... .... ",> property owner shown on the attached assessment roll within five (5) days
Scranton _
13 Air Force
.w- .--. have to Code their When, the, remaining 40 controversy when an In Section
r :, agreed Zip per Chinese-language Nanyang Uni- from the date of the publication of the assessment roll as called for
Rockefeller __._ s'r; .- 13 mail and presort it to speed cent of.the planned 566 sectional reserve chaplain balked at pro- versity, informed sources said 3 of this Resolution a bill for the actual amount due by him according to said
Romney .. .._.-_----_ 3 his Code on an offi- assessment roll.
handling. And largevolumemail centers become operational, viding Zip today. PASSED this 22nd day of June. A.D. 1964.
Other ? -1 accounts for 75 per cent department officials reported cial document and was threat- The roundup began Saturday. lei Howard McKinneyMayorCommissioner

Not sure __:..__.._ -. 5 of first-class mail. large-volume :mail will be ened with loss of his commis- Another 20 left wing students'ATTEST:

The key to Scranton's showing of strength Is thus not nearly Much has been made of the taking 100 per cent advantageof sion.About are still sought, informants I /i/Clerk A.of Clarence the Commission O'Neill
I I so much support in his own right as the fact that when fact that letters to Uncle Joe Zip Code. Alternate routing 58 per cent of personalmail said. (Continued on Page 9))
confronted with a choice between Goldwater or Scranton, back won't go any faster than they of that mail where 'sectional bears Zip Code numbers in
ers of other candidates veer strongly toward the Pennsylvania did with the old zone numbers centers aren't working .,yet already -the return address in smaller

governor: 'until,the department introduces is skipping a number of towns, and about 30 per cent of

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I (Continued from Page 8) ASSESSMENT ROLL Monday, June 29, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

.. IHement!! .r* rllle4 '*, eromence, at Northwest In NW 14th Street from No. OWNER
Jltl Avenue and its intersection DESCRIPTION
NorThwest 14th Avenue to Bi Inter. SOUTH SIDE FRONT
2. III Northwest street. thence run West 350 feet to Manhole 96. 6026-G; Section with NW 29th% Lane. 2. M. E. & Eudora'Hoover. r 294-20, Beg at NW No. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE AMOUNT BE ASSESSED TO

to Its Intersection lt5'fLv Northwest from 43rd Its Avenue Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue Total length of line 0 :. corcfBIkRSun- 1. C. K. 4 Marie Hammon 20-,-20, Com. at SW

I 20 III Nortlwt *< Avenue Total 500.00 ft. 0 crestPBB-lOOruvI corner of SWU rutIN3mlnE6426f1
from Its Intersection with Northwest 14thi front footage .
I 1136.60 ft. .0 WtohiwayS2IS.S'E
Its Intersection -
J II with Northwest 13th Street; Front footage assessed "..60 ft. 0 .. to SW cor of lilt
Northwest 33M S 89 deg. 26 mln.
I Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 14th Street Assessment per front Ft. S 3.00 .
to Its, intersection with Northwest 13th Street; Total Assessment 0 RNtoBegiessW 52.3fttoPOBSlC
S. In Northwest 31st Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 14th 12.995.10' 100 4 Let 4 4 WY 0 0 deg 26 mln E 1271.<
,Street to tim intersection with Northwest 13th Street ASSESSMENT of Lot 5 Btk R Sun- ft N 34 min E 341J

A '" Northwest 14th SIr.... from It, Intersection; with Northwest 31st Avenue I NO. OWNER WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO : crest PB B-100 less ft559deg26miilE
to Its intersection with Northwest 29th Lane; 1. E. W. 4 Emma Burch DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED LoU 4 WVi of 4173ftN34m1lt

7..In Northwest 34th Road, from its intersection with Northwest 14th Street Magnolia Park PB Lot X 125.00 375.00 r. E17.ftNlCdeg2i
to Its intersection with Northwest 13th Street; C-58 Lots 1, X X 4 3. Erwin Dorothy Stabaugh Suncrest PB B-100 40 min W 31 ftN34

S. III Northwest 34th Place from its intersection with Northwest 13th Street 2. C. A. Powell 11. Blk 1 34115 1.026.45 0 Blk R Lot 4 4 WY* 0 '. ,nn8242.CftNOS

to Its Intersection with Northwest 12th' Te : Magnolia Park PB Of Lot 5 82.30 2 UO 0 deg 26 mln E 29 n
fr In Northwest 12th Terrace from fee Intersection with Northwest 34th 3. R. J. 4 Betty Foerst C-53 Lot 10. Ilk 1 '106.08 318.24 4. J. M. 4 Mary Kelly Suncrest PB B-100 0'- N3c1eg49mlnE'652.7 0

Place to Its Intersection with Northwest 30th Avenue; 0 Magnolia Park. PB EY* Lot 5 & Lot 4 0 ft N 89 deg 24
10.,In Northwest 33rd Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street C-58 Lot IX Blk 1 126.07 378.21 B lit R 79.90 23". 0 rnlnWl62.6ftS34

to alt intersection I with I Northwest 12th Terrace; 0 5. T. J. & Clarice Collins. Suncrest PB B-100 0 rninW296.lftNIl
11.. Northwest Jlst Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street 1. E. W. & Emma Burch EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION Lot S. Blk 0 60.00 180.00 degIlminWlOII
to Its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; Magnolia Park, PB 6. L. B. 4 lone Doughtry Suncrest PB B100Let 0 .. f t N 34 mln E 204.7

1 12..In Northwest 30th Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street 2. Byron M. Reber. C-58 Lot 8,- Blk 2 106.08 318.24 4 Blk 0 60.00 180.00 0 ft N 89 deg 26 min
to its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; Magnlia Park PB 7 G. E. 4 Mary Squires Suncrest PB 8-100 209 n S 3* mln W

11 In Northwest 29th Place from Its intersection with Northwest 'th Street 3. Forest X Hillyard C-58 Lot 7. Blk 2 106.08 318.24 Lets 748. Blk I 120.00 :360.00 1233.5 ft & 1 acre OR
to lIlt Intersection with Northwest 7th Terrace; Magnolia Park PB 8. Sadie L. Wilson Suncrest PB B-100 29-137 Includes theatre

.. Northwest 2Mh Place, from its Intersection with Northwest tth Street 4. Ernest Tew 4 C-58 Lot 6, BIt 2 104 07 318.21 Lot 5. Blk L 60.00 110.00 property. 4)6.6016'.10
Wayne Mason
run 400 feet West; Megnotia Park PB 0

11..In Northwest 35th Avenue from Us Intersection with Northwest 13th Street C-58 Lot 5, Blk 2 106.07 311.21 ASSESSMENT ROLL

to Its Intersection with Northwest Ith Street; f. J. C. & Monteen Austin Suncrest PB B-100 FOR SANITARY SEWER

17. In Northwest 37th Road, from Its intersection with Northwest 13th Street Lot 6, Bk L 60.00 110.00
to Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue; ASSESSMENT ROLL 10. Frank Naomi Scott Suncrest PB B-100 In NW 35th Avenue. from Its IntersectIon with NW 131h street fo Its Inte"
19. In Northwest 12th Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Road I I" NW 34th Road from FOR SANITARY SEWER 0 lot 7 & I. Blk L 120.00 360.00 section with NW Ith Streel.

to Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue; Lion with NW 13th Street Its Intersecilon with NW 14th Street to Its Intersec- 11. H. W. 4 Evelyn Deurloo Suncrest PB B.I00

2ft..U Northwest 12th Street from Its intersection with Northwest 35th Avenueto Total length of line 0 Lot 5, Blk H 'O.DO 110.00 Total length of line 1702.00 ft.
its intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue; Total front 641.00 ft. 12. J. F. 4 Nancy Henry Suncrest PB B.I00Lot Total front footage 3.620.05 ft.
21..In Northwest 33rd Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 12th Street Front feet to be 1.287.00 ft. 6. Blk H 60.00 11O.DO Front footage to be assessed 3,350,85ft.

to its intersection with Northwest llth Street; Rate of Assessment assessed 1287.00 ft. IX E. 4 Louise Bohannon Suncrest PB B.I00 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
22..U Northwest 11th Street, from Its intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenue Total Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. lot 7. Blk H 60.00 110.00 Total assessment 110,05155NORTH

to Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue; ASSESSMENT S3J6I.OONORTHWEST 14. H. W. 4 Evelyn Duerloo Sunerest PIS 8-100 ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
23. In Northwest 36th Avenue, from its intersection with Northwest 12th NO. FRONT AMOUNT TO lot I. Blk H 60.00 110.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE
Street to its Intersection with Northwest 5th Street; 1. Forest Hillyard DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 15. W. H. 4 Ethel Ervln Suncrest PB B.l00 1. R. G. Welch Springstead. PB 0..
I 25..In Northwest 10th Street, from its Intersection with Northwest 35th Avenueto Forest Park PB C-45 Lot I & ,. Blk E 120.00 360.00 Lot 3 loss R-W DB

Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenue; 2. L. Lot 8. Blk 12 90.00 270.00 16. C. T. & Laverne Dowling Suncrest PB B-100 351-363 160.00
I 26..In Northwest 33rd Avenue from its Intersection with Northwest 10th P. Chappell Jr. Forest Park. PB C-45 Lot 10. Blk E 50.00 150.00 2. W. P. 4 Gwendolyn Benz Springstead PB D-f 410.00

Street to Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; Let 4 4 Lot 7. 17. B. 4 Lula Risebrook Lots 4 4
Suncrest PB 8-100 5
27..In Northwest 8th Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenueto Blk 12Forest 180.00 3. W. R. .. Silly Williams 166.00 49800
Its intersection with Northwest 31st Place 3 E. H. 4 Margurlte Page 540.00 Lots 11 a 12. Blk E 110.00 330.00 Springstead PB 0..

2*..Ic Northwest 31st Place from Its intersection; with Northwest 8th Streetto Lot Park PB C-45 18. S. H. 4 Claronell Harrell Suncrest PB B-l00 4. P. 4 Lot 6 13.40 250.20
5, Blk 12 Mary Cane
Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 4. R. S. 4 Sybil Wood 0.00 270.00 lots 13 & 14. Blk E 120.00 360.00 (Philip] 29-9-20 E 125 ft ef

29..In Northwest 32nd Place from Its intersection with Northwest 8th Streetto lot Forest Park PB C-45 19. Atlanta B. Gardner Sunerest PB B.l00 W 572.1 ft of S 183 ft
Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 5. T. J. Collins. Jr. 4, Blk 12 to.OO 270.00 Lot S & t. Bile C 120.00 360.00 of that part North
Ferest Park PB C-45 20. P. L. 4 Katiope Sirmopoulos Sunerest PB B-I00 ef 35th Ave. 125.00
30. In Northwest 32nd Place from Its Intersection with Northwest 8th Street 5. J. R. 4 Lois 37J.OO
S'/i Lot 3, Blk 12 Parker
to.OO 270.00 29-9-20. Lot
run 250 feet West; 4. E. R. 4 Pauline RIley Lot 10. IIlk C 50.00 1.50.00 as per
31. In Northwest 34th Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 8th Street Forest Park. PB C-45, 21. A. L. Dykes Sunerest PB 8100Lot 6. Parkview DB 355-124 125.00 37500
I to Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; com at NW cor ef NW 11, Blk C 50.00 150.00 Baptist Church Inc. Creekside, PB D-54

I 32. Is' Northwest 34th Place from its Intersection with Northwest 8th Street 35th Rd 4 NW 13th 22. Ole Humphreys Mrs. L. J. Suncrest PB 1-100 Let 49 4 WVi
St. run S'WLY along Studstill Lots 12 & 13. Blk C 120.00 360.00 Lot 48Creekside
I to Its intersection with Northwest 6th Street; 7. Robert 13030 450.00
1 31.In Northwest 34th Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 8th Street NW 35th Rd to SW 23. D. & Nellie Weaver Suncrest PB 18-100 D. 4 Patricia Paul PB D-54

1 run 400 feet West; i coroftot2NonWline Lot 14 Blk C 60.00 1I0.DO 0 8. Let 47 4 EM Lot 41 150.00 450.00
I :34. In Northwest 6th Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue of Lot 2 250 ft 24. Faith Independence Baptist Church Suncrest PIS B.l00 Lynda W. Ramey Creekside PB D-54

I to Its Intersection with Northwest 34th Avenue E'LY to point 140 ft lot U. Blk A 50.00 150.00 ,. J. Lot 44Creekside. 107.65 322.95
35..hi Northwest ,fIt Street from Its intersection with Northwest 34th Avenue N of POB S 140 ft 25. K. A. 4 Doris Boats Suncrest: PB 8.100 G. 4 Ruth Davis PB D-54 .

I run 100 feet South; 7. R. A. 4 Flossie Preston to POB 147.00 441.00 Lot 13 & 14. Blk A 100.00 300.00 Lot 34. 45, 4 WVi
I 36. In Northwest 5th Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue Forest Park. PB C-45 26.. T. A. Hylton Suncrest PB B.l00 Lot 44Creekside. 275.45 '26.3$
to Its intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenue; Blk I also St. between Lots 15. 16. Blk A 100.00 300.00 10. L. W. 4 Art Smith PB D-54

37..UI Northwest 4th Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 34th Avenue, Blks 8 4 9 as 27. Jessie R. Resch Life Est. Suncrest PB B.l00 H. Lot 43 4 EVi Lot 44 150.00 450.00
run TOO feet South* per DB 347-486 4 Lots 1 a 11, BUS A 151.50 64.50 P. At 1 Frances Boothby Jr. Creekside, PB D-54

3*.. In Northwest 3rd Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 36th Avenue 0 BlklessN240ftall Lot 41 127.00 381.00
to Its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenue; I. W. C. 4 Selma as per DB 360-35 280.00 840.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL 12. C. L. 4 Nell Prince Creekside, PB D-54
( 39. In Northwest 33rd Avenue from its intersection with Northwest 5th Streetto Friedel Forest Park. PB C-45 FOR SANITARY SEWER Lot 42 100.00 300.00
Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; N 240 ft of Blk 9 13. A. R. & Ella Sanderson Creekside, PB D-54

40. In Northwest 33rd Avenue, from its Intersection with Northwest 3rd Street less R-W DB 353 In i NW 30th Avenue from its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its intersection Lot 40 120.00 360.00
run 300 feet East; P9 "7 320.00 960.00 with NW 6th Street.

II 41. In Northwest 32nd Avenue, from Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Streetto Total length of line 2377.00 ft. SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
its intersection 'With Northwest 4th Street; Total front footage 4.827.50 ft. 1. I. E. 4 Alene Smith Forest Park. PB

42. In Northwest 31st Lane from Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street ASSESSMENT ROLL Front feet to be assessed 4,827.50 ft. C-45 Lots X 4. 5,

S to Its intersection with Northwest 4th Street; In NW 34th FOR SANITARY SEWER Assessment rate per front ft. S 3.00 Blk 1 less R-W
4X In Northwest jut Avenue.. from Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street section with NW Place 12th Terreee.from Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Ifs Inter. Total Assessment $14,482.50 2. Sallie C. Haymans, Trustee Forest Park PB 137.40 412JO
to Hs Intersection with Northwest 4th Terace;
Intersection with Northwest 31st Avenueto Total length of line ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO C-45 Lots 1 & 2 Blk
I 44. In Northwest 4th Terrace from Its 324.00 ft. 1 also
Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Lane; Total front footage 680.60 ft. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Beg. at SEtorofLotirunE

1 45. In Northwest 44th Avenue from Its Intersection wth! Northwest 13th Street Front feet assessed 335.00 ft. 1. Sun Oil Co. 29-9-20 Beg. at NW
Assessment cor of Blk R Sun- 99.4 ft N ".6 ft W
to Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; per front ft. S 3.00
I 46. In Northwest 12th Terrace from its Intersection with Northwest 44th Avenue Total assessment $1,005.00NORTH crest. PB B-100, run W 3. Dorothy A. 4 Patricia L. Clayton ".6 ft S 99 4 ft 208.00 424.00
I to Its Intersection with Northwest 43rd Avenue to pt. 100 ft E of Hi- Cottage Grove Park

47. In Northwest 43rd Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 12th ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT way R-W 4 to POB PB C6Vi Lets 4, 5

t Terrace to Its Intersection with Northwest nth Street NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE AMOUNT BE TO W 100 ft S 342,5 ft EitoftN242.SftPB 4. H. E. 4 Jeanne Strelt a 6 310.20 930.60

I 48. In Northwest 10th Street from Its intersection with Northwest 44th Avenue NONE ASSESSED .. Cottage Grove Park
I to Its Intersection with Northwest 41st Avenue; .. 313-45 100.00 300.00 PB C-84Y Lot 2 less

49. In Northwest 4th Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 2. M. E. 4 Eudora Hoover 29-9-20, Beg. at NW 5. W. G. & Mary Mitchell W 6 ft of N 100 tt. 100.00 moo

I run 1150 feet North, 1. Parkview Baptist Church Forest Park PB cor. of Blk R Cottage Grove Park
Intersection with Northwest : Suncrest PB B-100 PB C-84V4 Lot 1 4
50. In Northwest 42nd Avenue, from Its 13th Streetto .
C-45 Lots 1, 2. 3. 4.
Its Intersection with Northwest 6th Street; runWtoHiayS as
51. In Northwest 41st Avenue. from Its Intersection with Northwest 13th Street R-W 5. 4 ', Blk 2 less 0 242.5 ft E to SW 4. J. G. 4 Ruth Davis Per PB 054Creekside. W.20 1.60

I to Its Intersection with Northwest 12th Terrace 335.00 1.005.00 cor. of Blk R N to PB D-54

52. In Northwest 12th Terrace from Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd 0 Beg. less W 100 ft 7. L. E. 4 Joyce Cake Lots 52, 53.B" 54 334.55 1003.65
Avenue to Its Intersection with Northwest 39th Avenue; ASSESSMENT & Lot 4 4 WVi of Lot Creekside, D-54
51 In Northwest 12th Street, from Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue 0 FOR SANITARY ROLL 5, Blk R SuncrestPB lot 55Creekside 111.00 333.00
to Its Intersection with" NorthweSt. 39th Avenue; In NW 12th Terrace from its Intersection SEWER B-100 125.00 375.00 8. T. & Anne Llntweavtr (Thomas) PB D-54
& In Northwest llth Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue 0 section with NW 30th Av.nue. with NW 34th Place to Its ''nler. 3. T. J. & Betty Ellis Suncrest PB B-100 Lot 56 111.00 333.00

Intersectlo with Northwest 41st Avenue; Let .
to Its Total 3. Blk R 54.60 143.10
13. m Northwest 41st Avenue. from its Intersection with Northwest 12th length of line 1614.00 ft. 4. T. G. 4 Alice Campbell Sunerest PB B100Lot

Street to Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; Total front footage %( .so ft. 2, Blk R 53.30 159.90 ASSESSMENT ROLL
56. In Northwest 40th Avenue. from Its Intersection with Northwest 12th Drive Rate Front footage to be assessed i.44J. 0 ft. 5. C. F. 4 Lubedla Beach Suncrest. PB B-100 I FOR SANITARY SEWER

b to Its Intersection with Northwest 4th Street; of assessment 3.00 per front ft. Let 1. Blk R 53.30 : 'Its Intersection
Total 159.90 seetlonNwith3NW AvJntT with' NW 13th
57. In Northwe$12th Drive from its intersection with Northwest 39th assessment $4.993.go 6. C. L. & Audrey Bullard Suncrest PB B-100 36th Street to Its Infer-
"""...... tft It.. Ifttr'lKtinn with Northwest. 40th Avenue:
-" --- -- _. Lot 4, Blk 0 60.00 180.00
I .3*. In ':'-hwst'- Avenue; from Its Intersection with Northwest um ASSESSMENT NO. WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 1. syivia tnerney; Suneresl. PB B-l00 Total length of line 1958.50 ft.
Drive to Its intersection with Northwest 13th Street; OWNER DESCRIPTION Total front footage
) 3. Blk 0 60.00
I, 59. In Northwest fth Street from Its Intersection with Northwest .41st Avenue to 1. Parkview! Baptist Church Inc. Forest Park PB 8. R. S. Sprow (only) Sunerest. PB B.l00 110.00 Front footage to be assessed 381 2932.72-.15 ft.ft.

Its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenue; C-45 lot 12. Btk 2 112.50 Lot Rate of assessment
337.50 Blk
2. 0 60.00
40. In Northwest Tth Street, from its Intersection with Northwest 42nd Avenueto 2. L. R. 4 Elizabeth Means Forest Park PBC'45 ,. L. .. Dora Valentine (Lester) Suncrest PB B.I00 110.00 Total Assessment: S S8.798.16 3.00 per front ft.

I .". In Its Northwest Intersection 34th with Avenue.Northwest from 40th Its Avenue Intersection with Northwest 5th Street 3. R. L. 4 Gladys King Suncrest lot PB 1. B.I00 Blk 3 112.50 337.50 10. B. M. 4 Dorothy Salter Jr. lot Suncrest 1. Blk PB 0 B.I00 60.00 110.00 ASSESSMENT NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

to Its Intersection with Northwest 3rd Street; 1. FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
Lots 6. 7. & 5. Mary S. Phlltps/ Trustee
Lots 4. Blk L 60.00 110.00 Springstead. PB
62. In Northwest 4th Street from Its Intersection with Northwest 33rd Avenue
Blk P 11. J. C 4 Monteen Austin
0 541.20 Suncrest P8 B-l00 Part flf Lot 1
ta Its Intersection with Northwest 31st Lane 4. Margaret E. Crlckenberger as per
Its Intersection with Northwest Suncrest PB B-100 lots 2. 3. & 6. 81k L 120.00 360.00 0 DB 318-454
from 142.63
Northwest 5th
63..In 33rd Avenue, Street 427.89
LoIs C & 10. Blk P 120.00 360.00 12. D. R. 4 Vivian Bynum Sunerest PB B.l00 2. Mary S. Philips Springstead, PB 0.,
I run 200 feet West; 5. G. W. 4 Alice Weseman
I 64. In Northwest 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with Northwest 3rd Street Suneres'. P8 8.100 lot 1, Blk L 60.00 180.00 Part of lot 1 as per
Lot C. Elk Q 13. I. C. & Doris Wright
60.00 110.00 Suncres'. PB B.l00 DB 317-479
run ISO feet West, 6. M. E. & Avellne McLeod 3. C. D. 4 iff.}* 547.90
65. In Northeast 23rd Avenue, from Its Intersection with North Main Street Suncrest P8 B-I00 Lots 3 & 4. 81k H 120.00 360.00 Lynn Monk Springstead PB 0.,
lot 10. Blk Q 60.00 180.00 14. C. K. 4 Ann Bussard Suncrest PB B.l00 Part of Lot
I to Its Intersection with Northeast 5th Terrace; 7. G. W. 4 Alice Weseman 0 1 as per
I '". In Northeast SIll Terrace, from Its Intersection with Northeast 23rd Avenue Suncrest PB B-l00 LoIs 1 & 2. Blk H 120.00 360.00 4. DB 281-367 JHJJ 582.60
; to Its Intersection with North Main Street; Lots n. 12. & 13. 15. W. H. & Ethel Ervln Suncrest PB B-l00 G. E. 4 Elizabeth Wolff 29-9-20. Lot on Hog-

Lots 6 & 7, Blk E 120.00 360.00 town Creek NW
ASSESSMENT ROLL 1. Parkvlew Baptist Suncrest PB 8.100 34th Rd. as per
FOR SANITARY SEWER Church Cottage Grove Park lot 5. Blk E 50.00 150.00
: 0 PB C-86Va lots 7. I. 17. 0. H. & Myrtle Wolfmeyer Suncrest PB B.l00Lllls S. G. E. & Elizabeth Wolff M'llWon11WJ m.DJ

In an easement described as. Commence at NW 31st Avenue and NW Nth 2. W. C. & Rachel & WVa lot 239.00. 717.00 3 & Blk E 110.00 330.00 NW 36th Rd. as per
;Street, thence run West 350 feet to Manhole 96, 6026G. Mallard Suncrest PB B-100 18. C. H. & Claronell Harrell Suncrest PB'B.l00 OB 354-458. 11I.M

Total length of line 371.00 ft. 3. L. L. 4 Marie Linden Lots I & 5. 61k M 120.20 360.60 Lots 1 & 2. Blk E 120.00 360.00 .. A. E. 4 Bennllene Penntsl Creekside PB D-54 35S.CS
Total frent footage 549.74 ft. Suncrest PB B-IOO I,. Maggie M. Kinsey Sunerest. PB B-I00 Lot 12Creekside J12.72

Front footage to be assessed 395.74 ft. 4. E. E. 4 Clara lot 3. Blk M 60.00 110.00 lots 6 & 7. Blk C 120.00 360.00 7. C. H. Donovln. PB D-54 638.16
Rate of Assessment'S 3 .00 per front ft. Cline Suncrest FB B-I00 .. 20. F. W. 4 Joan Vosburgh. Suncrest PB B.100 Lot 11Creekside 1S7.I5
0 .. S.
F. 473.55
SI.117.22 LoIs 1 & 2. Blk M 120.00 360.00 lots 4 5. Blk C
Total Assessments 0t 5. W. E. 4 ,00.DO 3OO.DO '\. PB D-54
t ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Margaret Smith Sunerest PB B.100 21. L. H. 4 Ada Scofield Suncrest. PB B.l00 J. W. wVa lot lot 10 M7.f2

4 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED ,. D. E. 4 Delores Lots I a t. Blk N 120.00 360.00 -0 lot 3. Blk C 60.00. 110.00 Oliver Creekside PB D-54 473.74
1. Aline B. Miller Forrest Park PB C. Vaughn Suncres PB B-I00 22. J. L. 4 Jessie Sparkman Suncrest PB B.l00 10. C. G. **, ; 'tr EVa Lot f 4 Lot 8 r Isdn
45 Lot 15. less E. lot 7. Blk N 60.00 4 Laura Newman 450.66
7. G. H. & Oltle Barrs 110.00 Lots 1 2. Blk C 121.00 363.00 Creekside. PB D-54 (
174' 147.70 443.10 Sunerest PB B.l00 23. J. E. 4 Nita Stanley Suncres PB B.l00 lot 7

I. Ezra E. Smith & Martin Chitty Lot 6. Blk N 60.00 110.00 0 lots ,. 10 a 11.Blk 11. R. L. 4 Marallse Curren Creekstde PB O-54 100.15 300.45
A 1.50.00 450.00 lot 6
DESCRIPTIONMagnolia Lot 50 Blk N 60.00 180.00 24. K. R. 4 Margaret Owens Suneres' PB B-100 IX P. M. Bruun Crekide, PB O-54 100.15 300.45

I. W. ,. & Kathleen Sheppirt Park PB Lots 6. 7 & I. Blk A 1.50.00 450.00 IX G. E. 4 111.47
C-58 Lots 647. 25. W. B. 4 Dynya Martin Jr Suricrest PB B-I00 Lydla Btgelow Creekside PB D-54 2s1

Blk 1 248.04 744.12 ASSESSMENT ROLL lot 5, Blk A 101.41 304.23 Lot 4 111-41

section In NW wilh 33rd NW Avenue.12th TerrieL from ItS Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Inter. SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 0 SIDE J.04SOUTH
ASSESSMENT ROLL 1. W. F. t Kathleen Sheppard
29-9-20. Beg. at NW DESCRIPTIONSpringstead
1. C. &. Lucille
Total cor. of Bk S. Sun PB D-7
In NW 14th Street from Its Intersection with NW 31st Avenue to Its Inter Total front length footage line 358.50 ". crest PB B-100 run Lot 1 S of NW 37 Rd.

1 rsectton with NW 33rd Avenue.Totallenoth Front footage to be assessed 678.30 n. W to Hiway S 89.1 ft \ 4 25'byCO'adias' 0
of line 645.00 ft. 575.50 ft. 0
I ,Total front footage 1260.00 Vt.I' Total Rate of Assessment assessment I 3.00 per front ft. EtoSWcor.oISun.crest S-ONUJ (t. G. w. 4 Frances Dekle Per 29.f-20 or, E 43-377 25I-4T .. 210.00 840.00

Front to be assessed 1.260.00 ft. : $1.726.50
I' ASSESSMENT to Beg.Suncrest. 214.90 21.70 W633.4'OINW'4of 0
Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. NO. OWNER NOETH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 2. R. W. 4 Mildred Blaze PB B-100 NWtt S Of NW 36

Total assessment $3,780.00 1. Parkvlew DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lots 13 4 ,... Ilk SlUM 3..20 Rd. less S 20T 4 IHS
Baptist Church Inc.
.-ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Forest Park PB C- 3. Betty J. Williams Suncrest, PB B-100 N9O'ofSOt3'ofw
Let Blk S 70.00 210.00 25' less
12 or 249-363
-1. S. W. &. huh Bostick Forest Park. PB C- Lets 849, Blk 3 155.00 465.00 4. O. S. HarrIs Jr. 3. D. 4 Evalena Rtddick (Oaiton: ) Creekside 171.20 513.60
4SEl7IftoPLots 1 A. T. 4 Evelyn Douglas Forest Park PB Suncrest, PB B-100 PB D-54
0 C-
.. 14. 15, Blk 12 200.00 60000 45 Lot 10 & W 30' S. W. R. 4 Barbara Davis Lot II. Blk S 70.00 I.IAJI 4. R. A. 4 Elizabeth StuebeX Lot Creekside 15 107.85 323JS

\ 2. Cl ttll Enterprises. Inc. Forest Park PB C. of Lot 11, Blk 3 90.00 270.00 Suncrest, PB B-100 Lot PB D-54 .
X Blk S n.5I 217.30 16
Lull Lot 10
45 Lots 12 4 IX Jones Forest Park PB C- 6. C. V. 4 Martha Powers Jr. Suncrest, PB B-100 R. A. 4 Elizabeth Stuebe Creekside, PB D-S4 107.1 3.6
Blk 12 200.00 600.00 45 Lot 12 & E 30' of
,:X. Mrs.- H. -L..Seville. Jr. Forest Park. PB C. Lot 11, Blk 3 90.00 270.00 7. F. 4 Helen Jones (Frederick) Let Suncrest.f, Blk J PB S BIOS 72.51 217.50 4. W. 0. 4 Glsela! Weyrauch Let Creekside 17 PB D-54 101 .4
45 lots 10. 11
lot 1. Blk S 72.50 217.50 Let 18Creekside
IX Blk 12 less lots 0 SOUTH SIDE I. Lets B. Williams, Life Estate 7. J. L. 4 BHIielo Mauldln 100.15 30X45
0 0 1. R. L. 4 Suncrest PB B-1C4 PB
Gladys King Forest
12 4 13 200.00 600.00 Park PB C- D.s
; 0 4. ..:M. 4 tmogene Nash. ". Forest Park PB C. 45 Lot 1 & Lot 10 ,. Mary E. McGllvary Lot 7, Blk SSuncrest 72.50 217.50 I. W. B. 4 Dynya Martin Jr. Let IfCreekside, PB 101 300.45
PB B-190
:.. ( .o. 4r- 45 Lot 9, Blk 12 8000EAST 240.00 less RW. Blk 4 4 D.s

0 .. SIDE DESCRIPTION Lot Suncrest 5 PB B-10. 10. Federal Housing Commission Lot Suncrest 4, Blk PB S e-100 7O.DO 210.00 I Lot 2 100.1 34

i "1.1GriciPresbyterIan Church Forest Park PB C. 240.50 72IJO 11. C. L. 4 Pat Shore lot 5. Blk S 70.00 :10.00 i

.. 45Lots7, 4 8.Blk Suncrest. PB B-100
: 0 11 168.00 504.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL 12. E. E. & Carolyn Gunter Lot 4, BHc S 7O.DO 210.00 FOR ASSESSMENT ROLL 0
It Grace Presbyttrlan Church 0 Forest Park. PB ,. FOR SANITARY SEWER Suncrest PB B100Lot SANITARY SEWER
.. 45 Lets f & I" NW list Avenue, from ItS Inlersection with NW 11 X Blk S 70.00 210.00 li NW lIfts Street from Its intersection with NW 36th Road
4 10 section Ylllh NW 6th StrHt. 13th. Street to Ifs Inler. E. E. 4 C. S. Bussard Suncrest, PB B-100 Section with NW 36'h Avenue. ta Its Inter.
Blk 11 112.00 336.00
rx Mrs. H. 1.. BevUlc, Jr. Park PB 0 Lot 2, Blk S 77.50 232.50 _
Forest C45Lot6"S26ft 14. S. L. Thornton Total length .1
Total length of line Suncrest PB B-100
... 0 0 0 2306.00 ft. Total 350 00 ft72500ft'
... Total front Lot S 232.50 front footage .
-- of Lot 7. Blk 1* 100.00 300.00 footage 4555.65 ft. 15. J. H. & Muriel Harrell, Sr. 1. Blk 77.50 Front footage to
: Front footage to be ? Suncrest. PB B-100 be assessed .
4. A.M.rlori Morgan Forest Park. PB C. assessed 4495 65 ft. Rate of 725 00 ft.

-- HMercettvs 0_ ) &LotL&520ft 45 N 34 ft of lot 7 Total Rate of Assessment assessment: 1 813.486.95NORTH 3.00 per front ft. 16. Amanda L. Guest Lots Suncrest.8 4 PB 9, B-100 Blk F 120.00 360.00 ASSESSMENT Total Assessmnt Assessment, J :2.173.00 3.00: per front ft.

-0 0 of Lot ,. Blk 10 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT 17. Sally Vlpperman 0 Lots 10 4 11. Blk F 1DO.00 300.DO NO. OWNER WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

-J.'Jwphtne. H. McSwIne Forest Park PB C. NO. SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Suncrest PB B-100 1. E. B. 4 Ruth C. Prtn. DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
-- dNlfftof OWNER DESCRIPTION Lot 12 Blk F 60.00 JeO.OO 29-.20. Beg. It sw
LotS 18. Catherine K.
1. H. C. & Margaret BE ASSESSED Suncrest. PB B100Lets corner of
4 Whitehouse 29-20 ,
Let 10 Blk 10 100.00 300.00 N 110' of W Inlersectl
( 11 4 14, Blk F NW 34th
.. 301... of SWVi 4
00 0 DB :347-443 120.00 NW 12th St. as a
ASSESSMENT ROLL alley Idl| on N side&Iotsl,2&3..5ik I 19. J. C. 4 Pearlie Fisher 360.00
0 -= POB
FOR SANITARY SEWER Suncrest. PB B-100 late in the

0 :.. :In.NW '33rd Avenue fron Its Q of 20. Let 8. Blk O 60.00 110.11I NW I, 2--20. run
Intersection with NW 14th Street to Its Inter. Suncrest PB M. F. 4 Nellie Brunson S. 51 W.
.Mdion with NW 13th Strtt.I B-100 4 DB Suncrest PB B-100 0
2. G. L. 4 Judy 385.10 1155.30 Lot 9, Blk D along RW NW
I Total length ef line 391.50 ft. Fleming Suncrest PB B-100 21. W. L. I. Eva Studstill 60.00 110.00 36th Rd. o. tr run .
Total front Let Suncrest, PB B-100
I footage 84500 ft. -4. Blk N 1
f .. Front feet to be assessed 311.75 ft. 3. A. W. 4 Thelma Fletcher Suncrest PB B-1N 40.00 180.00 22. A. N. & CIa Cowan Life Estate Lot 10, Blk D 50.00 150.00 0 '. run S.i6degreesEG'N. 74 degrees .
Rate of Assessment Lot X Blk Suncrest. PB B-100 0 .
S 3.00 front ft. 40.00 .
Total assessment a $956.25 per 4. J. G. & Blllie Powell Suncrest PB 8-100 180.00 Lots 11 4 12 Blk O .i: J ofNWiOthSt.E.i0433'toWRW '

.ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Let X Blk N 40.00 23. R.. H. & Louise rvJn'.. DB 339469Suncrest 11'.10. 330.00 0 j 0 thence run N. I
5. S. 180.00
A. 4 Viola PB 15. .
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 0 A. Moore 'Suncrest PB B-1N B-100 ". to POB as per "' .
0 NONE Lot 1. Blk N 40.00 24. J. J. 4 Marie Heitzman Lots 13 4 14 Blk O 121.20 UUO 0 : 249-361
E 6. Alpha H. Daplan Suncrest PB B-100 180.00 > Suncrest. PB B-100 J C. W. 4 Frances Dekle 29-9-20, 251.65* U7.G 471.N

-- SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Lots3&iBikg 120.00 25. C. P.. 4 Willie McCall Lot I, Ilk BSuncrest $0.00 154.11I W 4314 e.. NWU e
: :1. J. H. I. Gladys BoeklerJ. -... Forest Park PB C- 7. Lillian E. SCott Suncrest PB B-100 360.00. PB ",ot NW'A S Of NW 34

: 45 Lot 1. Blk I 10 106J5 31X75Ferest lot X Blk K 60.00 24 J. A. 4 Adoh/en! Hendrkks Let 7. Blk B 50.00 154.00res 0 5d1.uS2OJ' 4
J. H. 4 GladysBocklerX Park. PB C-45 .. J. F. 4 Nellie Reddlck Suncrest PB B-100 180.00 PB B-100 0 kssNCO'ofS2VY
lot W 44 n of Let 3 4 ef w 25' less
:: Let 10. Blk 7 106.25 318.75 1. Blk K
0 : J. H. 4 Gladys Bockler Forest Park. PB C-45 ,. J. S. 4 Delia lam Suncrest PB B-100 40.00 180.00 27. Am 4 Virginia Morgan Lets 4, J, 4 4. Ilk .B ".00 51211I 249-363 o 268.00 884.00

.: Lot 1. Blk 7 106.25 31X75 Lot ... Blk G 40.00 Suncrest PB B-100 .
10- Albert M. 4 Annie MIxon Suncrest PB B-1M 18000II. lot 1. Blk B 101.39 3D4.17 .

:: FOR H. D. Smith 180.00 DESCRIPTIONCreekside
In NW 32I'Id B-1M ASSESSMENT ROLL 1. !. H. Emily Wallace. Jr. T
Avenue from its Intersection & PB D-54
J with P4W LCt2BinG
1fth Street to its inter
":tction with NW 13th Street. 0 IX James 4 Ella Joseph Suncrest PB B-1 60.00 15&.% FOR SANITARY SEWER I Let 13Creekside. 1X00 300.00
DO 2. A. J. F. & Lillian Green PB D-24
.Let 1. BIt tit HW 2fttt
Total length of lint 13. J. W. 4 G 60.08 184.00 PIece from "s Intersection with NW fttI Street lot 100.00 3COM
.. 34.00 ft. Johnson Seminole Hts. PB section with NW 7th TerrlCe. to Its Infer 3. T. L. Elinor ,
Total front footage ISO M ft. *-14 Lot 18 Total length of line 1.le. i. PB os
Front feet 1... 180.00 28
w assessed 437JO n. E. Coggins Vmlnole Hts. PB Total front footage tee 100.08. 30

Assessment per front foot s loo Lot 19Seminote 42 JO Front footage to be assessed 82100 ft.
Total assessment IX E. O. 4 187JO into ft.
$1.91250NORTH Frances Carman Hts. PB Rate Of assessment : ASSESSMENT ROLL
ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 4-148, Lot Total Assessment S 100 per front ft. C
71. 12150 : R SANITARY SEWER
NO. 347.50 1X446.09
DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED I Agnes Papas "Mary E. Bailey SD'BA.l07Woj ASSESSMENT .JiJ''WJILSICf.ffon'' .s Intersection with 35th Its Infer-0
1. Frankte Powell 0 Ave
Forest Park. PB C. NO. OWNER -. NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO sion 3s Ave. t
45 Lot X Blk 10 106-25! 31X75 if Let 4 less N 300 DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Total ft.
i. M. 4
F. Nellie '
1 J. H. & Brunson 1.2.00
Gladys Bockler ,
ForestParkpBC. Less W JO- for RW 130J5 '" Suncrest ..100 Total front Footage ft.
45 Lots 544. 17. Nora Mahaffey Life Est. 390.75 : L0$54&7BIkD Front footage
Mary E. Bailey S-D X Lena Askinson u 120.00 360.00 assessed 22 ft.
Blk 7 21150 437JO 0 PB A-107. S isfl.4 Suncrest PB B-100 Assessment per front ft. S .
ofECl'cfLotlDB 0 Lets 1, X X 4 4 5. Total ISs S4.2U.64
I. Grace 91.00
Presbyterian ChurchX Forrest Park, PB II. J. B. 4 Gertrude Strickland 27108W.75 0 SIDE NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION
1. W. B. Adams 4 Josie A.
Grace C-45 Let 1. Blk 11 104JS 31X75437JO "A-107 N 4T of W Ayer 29-9-20 E 70 yds efSWVi 1. Parkview Baptist Church; Inc Cage Grove Park
Presbyterian Church -f"
; Forest Park PB 12.5' of S4 of Lot 3 of NEIl of SWA .*, Ls 7
C-45 Lots 1 4 10, 0 .0 &N2ITcfECI'ofLot less N 100' of E SO 160.00 480.00 & 8 160.00 489.00
2. W. J. 4 Lorraine 2. B.!
Blk 4 Adams 4 Patricia
212.50 4 also W 119U -flNi'otE PI Cottage Park,

.' of S 151.2 ef Lot 3 .,. SO'OISWI4OINE4 PB G46V4 EV*
n. J. R. 4. Nellie Neat 359.25 ef SWU DB ',of 84.00 252.''
Mary E. alley, S-O 150.00 3. Ruth
ASSESSMENT 3. 0. Williams (Oliver) M. ZJdenberj
ROLL Cottage Grove Park
0 PB "A-107 W 128-25* 29-9-20 N 100- of W
0 Ia NW 31st Avenue frem FOR its In.entctlon SANITARY SEWER 0 -, of E. 495.85* ef Lot ,0 2IUSCSEVSOP4EMII 4.. W. O. Henry PB C-t Lot 12 1fO 570.
0 "Mctlon with NW 13th Street wnt' HW 14tt1 street .. Its Inter 2 W ef Hiway less N SWU 210.00 430JO PB 8100Lafs6&7BlkM
119JO 357.90
20. J. E. 4 DntyThottu c 40of W 4J5. 128.23 >>4.7S 5. E. 4 Myrtle Noble (Erwin) Suncrest PB 81001.600.51kM .
Total length Of Mary E.
line Bailey S.DPBA187.WI22tif
iTioo 60.00 180.00
Total front footage ft. ASSESSMENT ROLL 6. M. X 4 May Simmons

Front feet assessed t 73fL7Sft. E 3674 of Let 2 W 0 FOR SANITARY SEWER 5est..PB B-100 Blk M 120.00 360.80
Assessment 51150ft. ef 7. E. E. 4 Jurta Earnest L 10
per front ft S 100 Hiway 12100 369 JO In NW 29ttt Place from Us
21. Intersection
Total assessment Mozeta Malphurs Mary E. Bailey S-O with NW SOle street run 400 feet West.. Se.BIt 810 180.06

SU37.50NORTH P5A-I07.WVof 0 0 8. W. W. 4 Deny Morris L 10 PB B-100 6
0 0 Total length of line S.
ASSESSMENT .. E 2444 of S. 211J N 180.80
NO. SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Total front footage) 9. WBma A .
ef Let
DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE 22. D. 1. 2 17.00 241.00 Front footage to toe assessed S'Se. PB B-100
U Grace Presbyterian Church ASSESSED I MAIdIv,. t. ISI.M ft. r
Mary E. Bailey SOPB Blk N ,
Forest ef L
Park Rate
PB assessment S XM per rent ft. 18. Texas L Ross PB .
A-107. S lOT ef
C-4S Lot So B/k 0 Total AssessmentASSESSMENT St .ti
00 X Grace Presbyterian Church Forest Pert PB 11 10US 31I.7S 0 E 154J ef Lot J W S2J69JO lU M. I. 4 Annette Jones lit N 46.80 180.00

0 C-41 Lot 6. BIIt' 104JS 31X73CS8 0 > ef Hiway 157JO 47180 /$ .. NORTH SICE FRONT AMOUNT TO Lot Suncrest 14 Ilk PB N"'D 60.00 189.00

1. Sun
0 I.A.&yIratecarften :; : OB C*. 29-9-20. Beg at NW Ruth
-- Magnolia Park PB .. 0 Latsi.z.aS. 1. H. S 4 Swindell Cottage Grove Park,

Lockl": .. '' 0 Lot f, Blk 2 50.00 ..330.002. 00 corotBikISun- : .: ; SIR F 14'.M 546.0 P8C-L6VN101ft
.. fitA.Ethe\ Magnolia 0 crest PB B-100 run 2. Mattie Shore 0 ..
Part PB 011 o Suncrest PB "'10 off3
: x E. W. 4 Emma Burch ..; ,, CM Lot '" Blk, 2 100.00 300.00 WtoptiWEaIltl wayRW&toPOI LOtI4&5,88F 100-00 300.00 2 P. N. lrei! 0 Cottage Grove Park 101 ,
; Magnolia Park PB 0 X Margaret, Fender Suncrest. PB 3iSO.LotIF PIC-UVLot3lss$
1 '. C-SlLotIllik2 W 100 S 24X5 E .... N 100 tt. 1541
: 150.00 430.00. 100 N 24X5 OB .' 40.08 11G.. 0>_ _0 J
:: .. 0 1 4 W. 4 Lena Fender J, Suncrest. PB .- .

.: .ci;.i, .,., .... I Itir: f J1J.41.- 110.. .'_ 308.08 ; I '?4 t.,; Lot 7, Bft F 4XM :>iS0JS : .3.o. : v, (Continued on Page 10) '; .

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10 Gainesville Monday, June 10, 1964 .



1. I. L. ft Wilma Wlggleswoflh 29-9.20.51300280 X J. R.. I. Elizabeth Reeves, : :rettsrl: t.
N 735,ft of W 161 In NW 34th Avenue from its Intersection with NW Ith Street to Its Intersection 6,
ASSESSMENT. EAST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ft of SEU of NWU 130.00 >>0.00 with NW 6th Street. Blk B 100.00 300.00

No. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 2. J. F. ft Ruth Stormant 29-9-20 S 100 ft of X Effle M. Norris Pine Haven Ext.

a. L. a Helen Rose Cottage Grove Perk, 835 ft of W 150 ft Total length of One 558.00ft. PB 0.56Lot 7.
PB C4M4 Lot 1$ 10.00 2AO..00 = SEU of NWU 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 1248.00 ft. Blk B 100.00 :300.00

4. J. Co a Ruby Geiger Cottage ortrIO.; 3. Leah Morrison 29-9-20. Com 835 ft S Front footage to be assessed 1448.00 ft.' 4. O. A. ft Lllla Sproul Pine Haven Ext.
PB C46'4 240.00S. Of NW cor Of SEU Assessment Rate per front ft. S 3.00 PB D-54 Lot 10.

J. I. a DorIs Griner Cottage Grove Park, of NWU run E 159 Totat assessment $3,74400NORTH Blk B 100.00 300.00
PB C46V. Lot 16 IUO 25u0 ft S 64 ft W 158.8 ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO & H. C. ft Flossie Amason Pine Haven Ext.
Suncrest, PB B-100 PB D-56, Lot 11,
Eo Seaver ft N 71 ft to POB NO.
Lot 4 1 5. BIk. J .10 357.30 DB 280-224. LOFT In Blk B 100.00 300.U
1. H. H. ft Collins Dixie
7. R. Holmes Suncrest, PB B-100 DB 280-348 64.00 192.00 Daisy Heights.PB a, W. S. ft Agnes Sanford Pine Haven Ext.
Margaret 45 40.00 120.00Dixie
Lot 3. Bk J 60.00 180.00 4. H. B. ft Rachel Standridge( Jr. 29-9-20, Par 1 as per 2. J. R. ft Earline B-fiO Lot PB PB D-56. Lot 14
B100 270.00 Kirby Heights Blk B
Suncrest, OR 80-694 .k 100.00 30000ASSESSMENT
.. Co Co a Pearly Foglrty ft 44 80.00 240.00
Lot 2. BIk J 60.00 110.00 5. J. C. ft Mary Allen Seminole HeightsPB B-80. Lots
X Louis ft Anne R. Dixie PB
6X40 117.20 Altmayer Heights ROLL
A-148, Lot 3
t. James B. Rowland rc :stBBl.l00 60.00 110.00 6. Trinity Church of Nazarene Seminole Heights. B-80. Lots 41 ft 42 10.00 240.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
Suncrest, PB B-100 4. Inez Rouse Dixie Heights PB
PB A-148 Lots 4. 9,
10. H. Co a Ruby Linder Lot !, BIk K 6O.IO! 180.00 10. IS. 16. ft 17 360.00 1080.00 B-80. Lots 39 .. 40 80.00 240.00 NW 3rd Street from Its intersection with NW 36th Avenue to Its Intersection

Henrietta Co Blue Suncrest, B100 5. J. ft Hattie Dampier (John) Dixie Heights PB with NW 33rd Avenue.
11. Lot 1, Blk K 60.00 180.00 Lots 37 & 38 80.00 240.00

12. Arthur Charles Home rc7 tBFtB .100 ASSESSMENT ROLL 6. Vera Haddock DB xie Heights. PB Total length of line 115.00 ft.
K 60.00 110.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER B-80 Lots 35 .. 36 10.00 240.00 Total front footage 1,628.50 ft.

11. Kay McCantster Suncrest P: 6.100Lots In NW 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 10th Street to Its Intersection 7. K. M. ft Annie Jones Dixie Heights PB Front footage to be assessed 1100.00 ft.
5 1 Blk K 120.00 360.00 with NW 6th Street. 8-80 Lots 32 33 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.

I ft :34 184.00 552.00 Total Assessment 13.300.00
Front feet assessed ft. 1. F. C. ft Shirley Birkett Dixie PB
2,344u20 Heights. 1. Melba Y. Beats Pine Haven Ext.
NW 33rd Avenue from its Intersection with NW 12th Street .to its Assessment per front ft. S 3 IS I D6 xie Lot 46 40.00 120.00 PB D.56Lot 4, .

section with NW llth Street Total assessment S7.033.60NORTH 2. B. D. ft Margaret Goff Heights PB Blk B 100.00 300.00

Total I length of line 281.00 ?ft. ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO i B-80 Lots 47, 48, 49. 2. E. W. & Annie Burch Pine Haven Ext.
Total front footage x.08 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 50. ft 51 200.00 600.00 PB 0.56 Lot 5.
Front footage to be assessed 297.00 ft. 1. Edith M. Voyles (only) 29+:0.: S 130 ft of 3. C. B. ft Eloise Riddick Dixie Heights, PB Blk B 100.00 300.00

Rate of assessment $S891:00 3.C1: per front ft. N 590 ft of E 105 B-80 Lots 52 53 3. T. A. & Helen Morgan Pine Haven Ext.

Total Assessment: ftofW120ftofSEVI .. 54Dixie 120.00 360.00 PB D-56, Lot ..
of NWU 105.00 315.00 4. Walter Stubbs Inc. PB
ASSESSMENT FRONT AMOUNT TO 2. W. W. ft Norma Blk B 100.00 300.00
NORTH 29-9-20. S 130 ft of
OWNER 8-80 Lots 55 ft 56 10.00 240.00
NO. FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 4. R. L & Mary Heisler Pine Haven Ext. -
DESCRIPTION Park N59OftofE101ftofW22lftof 5. S.. R. ft Ethel Harvey Dixie Heights PB PB 0.56Lot 9.

- 1. P. H. Craig. Jr. PB Cottage C-A6V Grove Lot 13 100.00 300.00 SEU of NWU 101.00 :303.00 B-80 Lots 57, 58 Pine B 100.00 300.00

Cottage Grove Park 3. C. R. Gardiner Sr. 29-9-20. E 105 ft Of ft 59 184.00 552.00 5. R. M. ft Charlotte Brunson Haven Ext. t

2. Esther RlngroseX PB C-84V. Lot 14 100.00 300.00ASSESSMENT W326ftofSI30ft ASSESSMENT ROLL PB D-54. Lot 12
Cottage Grove Park of N 590 ft of Blk B 100.00 300.00
V. H. ft Martha Fulwood PB C-84V4. Lot 15 97.00 291.00 SEU of NWU 105.00 315.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn '. M. F. & Jean Vlckers Pine Haven Ext.

i 4. J. R. ft Margaret, Perry 29+20. E 110 ft ofW436ftofS130 NW 34th PB D-54 Lot 13-
Place from Its
with NW 8th Street to its Inter. Blk B
SOUTH SIDEDESCRIPTION section with NW 6th Street. 100.00 300.00EAST
ft of N 590 Of
SEU of : 110.00 330.00 SIDE
Nona 5. W. A. ft Betty Bloodsworth. 294-20 S 130 ft Of Total Total front length of line SS800 ft. 1. W. F. ft Betty Langston Pine Haven Ext.

N 590 ft Of E 110 footage 1,248.00 ft. PB D-54 Lot 4.
Front footage to be assessed 1448.00 ft.
ROLL SEU ftofW546':.of 110.00 330.00NS90ftofE110 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. Blk CPine 100.00 300.00
SEWERIn of 1 E. E. I Margaret Willis Haven Ext.
FOR SANITARY Total Assessment
6. L. J. ft $3.744.00
Myrtice Moratto 29920. S 130 ft of ASSESSMENT PB D-54. Lot 7.
NW 11th Street from its Intersection with NW 33rd Avenue to Its Inte NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Blk CPine 100.00 300.00
ft Of W 656
Avenue. 4of 1. R. W. ft Myrtle Hughey Dixie X R. G. & Nancy Savage Haven Ext.
section with NW 31st SEU of 10.00 330.00 Heights, PB PB
7. Harvey L. ft Myra J. Crit*. i Haven Heights.PB6.39S132ft! B-80. Lot 15 40.00 120.00 D-54 Lot 8,
Total length of lineTotal 610.00 ft. 2. S. E. Williams Dixie Heights PB Blk C 100.00 300.00

front footage 1229.40 ft. of Lots 14 15 9150 280.50 B-80. Lots 13 ft 14 80.00 240.00 4. Carl K. & Ann T. Pine Haven Ext.

Front feet assessedAssessment 1.169.40 ft. 8. L. N. ft Jean Ergle Haven Heights. 3. C. J. ft Elsie Pruitt Dixie Heights PB Bussard PB D-54. lot 9.

per front ft. $ 3.00S3.508.20 PB B-39 S 132 ft Of B-80 Lots 11 ft 12 80.00 240.00 Blk CPine 100.00 300.00
Total Assessment Lots 12 ft 13 96.00 288.00 4. H. C. ft Peggy Rain Dixie Heights. PB S. C. & Cora Brewer Haven Ext.

9. A. C. ft Hassel Webb Haven Heights. B-80 Lots 9 ft 10 80.00 240.00 (Clinton) PB D-54 Lot 10,
SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 5. Roger W. ft Clara Monlsmif Blk
A PB B-39 W 14 ft of Dixie Heights, PB 100.00 300.00
NO.SSMENOWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 9 ft Lots 10 ft 11 110.00 330.00 B-80 Lots 7 ft 8 10.00 240.00
PB B-100 10. W. G. ft 6. Murray Nancy Newman Dixie Heights PB ASSESSMENT ROLL
1. p. L. Kaliope Sirm0pOU O5Lots:esa Marlorie, ( Pend'f Haven Heights.
7, Blk J 118.10 354.30 PB B-39 W 28 ft of B-80 Lots 5 ft 6 80.00 240.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
Suncrest, PB B-100 7. W. T. ft Mittle Jones Dixie Heights. PB
2. W. P. t. Hilda Polk LotlaE34ftofLot
Lot 8. Blk J 60.00 180.00 9 62.00 186.00 B-80. Lots 2. 3 ft 4 184.00 552.00 NW 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 5th Street to its Inter.

3. Grover ft Pearly Fogarty Suncrest. PB B-100 11. C. J. Workinger Haven Heights. section with NW 4th Street.
Lot 9. Blk J 60.00 180.00 PB B-37 W 36 ft ofLot SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION
4. J. L. & Evelyn Allen. Sr. Sun crest, PB B-1C9 6aLot7&B 1. D. ft Carolyn LeBlanc Dixie Heights PB Total length of line 272.00 ft.
Ut 10. Blk J 60.00 180.00 20 ft of Lot 8 104.00 312.00 B-80. Lot 16 40.00 120.00 Total front footage 5530.30 ft.
Suncrest. PB B-100 12. G. R. ft Lynn Gamble Haven Heights 2. James ft Barbara Shaw Dixie Heights. PB Front footage to be assessed 339.30 ft.
5. L. H. .. Beverly Allen B-80 Lots 17 ft 18 80.00 240.00 Rate of assessment S 3.00
Lot 10. Blk K 60.00 180.00 PB B-39 Lots 4 ft per front ft.
Suncrest, PB B-100 5 ft E 12 ft Of Lot 6 160.00 480.00 X F. S. ft Mary I. Stevens Dixie Heights PB Total Assessment S1.01790
6. G. R. Mary Lot 11, Blk K 60.00 180.00 B-80. Lots 19 ft 20 80.00 240.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
4. B. E. ft Bernice Tlson Dixie PB NO. OWNER
7. K. B. & Shirley Hutchins B-80 Lots 21 ft 22 80.00 240.00 1. W. E. ft Helen Luckhurst
Lots 12 & 13 Blk K 120.00 360.00 1. R. E. ft Anna Lavnford 29-9-20, S 294 ft of Pine Haven Ext.
S. R. ft Idell
N 899 ft Of E 164.7 Ross (Roscoe) Dixie Heights PB PB D-54, Lot I.

EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION ft of W 325.7 ft Of B-80 Lots 23 ft 24 80.00 240.00 Blk A m 300.00
SEU of NW'A 164.70 494.10 6. H. P. ft Grace McCullou Dixie Heights. PB I SOUTH SIDE
1. S. S. t Helen Lewis 29-9-20, N 171.3 ft ofS 2. C B. ft Rena Crenshaw Add-Sunshine Estates B-80 Lot 25 lessS 1. H. L. & Essie Johnson Pine Haven Ext.
of 130
657.7 ft W
PB D-68 Lot X 25 ft. 40.00 120.00 PB D-54, Lot 2,
ft of E 264 ft of SWU 7. H. P. ft Grace
Blk D 115.00 :345.00 McCVX Dixie Heights, PB Blk EPine 119.50 358.50
of NWU 171.30 513.90 3. B. J. ft Dorothea Shealey Add-Sunshine Estates B-80 Lots 26 ft 27 80.00 240.00 Z. G. W. & Donna McKinney Haven Ext.
f. A. L. .. Etta Croy 29-9-20 N 80 ft Of S PB D-48 Lot X J. W. Nazworth Dixie Heights PB PB 0-56, Lot 1,

l 4812ftofW130ftof Blk D 100.00 300.00 B-80 Lot 28 40.00 120.00 Blk E 119.80 357.40
E 244 ft Of SWVi 4. Gertrude Kelley Add-Sunshlne Estates !. W. T. ft Mittie Jones Dixie Heights PB

of NWU 80.00 240.00 PB D-48 Lot 1, B-80 Lot 29 104.00 312.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL

.. J. E. & Edith Johnson 29-9-20 com. St. SW Blk D 100.00 300.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER .

cor. NWU Sec. E 5. H. S. ft Anna Anspach Sunshine Estates, ASSESSMENT ROLL In NW 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 3rd Street. run 300 feet east.
1320.6 ft R 326.5 ft PB D-63 Lot 6. FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

W 134 ft to POB. N Blk A 100.00 300.00 Total length of line
80ftE136NS80ttw134tttoPOB 6. S. E. ft Sigrid Grlgsby Sunshine Estates, NW 34th Avenue frcr. & intersection with NW 8th Street, run 400 fro: west. Total front footage 700.00 ft.ft.

PB D-63 Lot 5, Front footage to be assessed 700.00 ft.
less E 20 ft for R-W Blk A 100.00 300.00 Total length of line 418.00 ft. Rate of assessment S 3.00
per DB 258-487 80.00 2..0.00 7. G. ft Nellie Williams (Guy) Sunshine Estates.PB Total front footage 1197.50 ft. Total Assessment 12.100.00 per front ft.

4. F. H. ft Rebecca B. Collier Suncrest. PB B-lOG D-63 Lot 4, Front footage to be assessed 1.197.50 ft. NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
Lot 8 & 9, Blk G 120.00 360.00 Blk A 100.00 300.00 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. ASSESSMENTOWNER DESCRIPTION
5. C. C. t Carolyn Roberts Suncrest PB B-100 .. G. C. ft Susie Rohling Sunshine Estates, Total Assessment $3,592.50 1. W. F. ft Martha May Sr. Pine Haven Ext. BE ASSESSED

Lot 7, Blk G 60.00 180.00 PB D-63 Lot 3, ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB D56. Lot 11,

6. H. D. & Wela Bullard Suncrest, PB B-100 Blk A 100.00 300.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Blk C 100.00 300.00
Lot 6. Blk G 60.00 180.00 9. L. M. ft Faye Cannon Sunshine Estates 1. H. ft Freddie Osteen Creekside PB D-54 X W. C. ft Rachel Mallard Pine Haven Ext.

7. R. E. ft Alice TMd Suncrest. PB B-lOG PB D-63 Lot 2, (Houston) Lot 57Creekslde 111.00 333.00 PB D-54 Lot 12,
Lot 5. Blk G 60.00 180.00 Blk A 100.00 300.00 2. M. P. ft lla Holder PB D-54 Blk CPine 100.00 300.00
10. C W. ft Margaret Barnes Sunshine Estates Lot 58Creekslde 111.00 333.00 3. C. W. Pittman Haven Ext.

PB D-63 Lot 1. X W. J. ft Margaret Michaud PB D-54 PB D-54 Lot 13

ASSESSMENT ROLL Blk A 100.00 300.00 Lot 59 111.00 333.00 Blk C 100.00 300.00SOUTH

'OR SANITARY SEWER 4. H. L. ft Glenda Carver Creekside PB D-54

In NW 36th Avenue fr, Its Intersection with NW 12th Street to Its intersection ASSESSMENT ROLL Lot 60 111.00 333.00 SIDE
with NW 5th Street. ?R SANITARY SEWERIn 5. A. L ft Margie Reeves Creekside PB D-54 1. Sybil W. Mackey Pine Haven Ext.

Total length of fine 2226.00 ft. Lot 61 112.50 337.50 PB D-54, Lot 4,
NW 8th Street fr Intersection with NW 33rd Avenue to its Inter. Blk DPine 100.00 SOO.M
Total front footageFront 4,349.34 ft. section with NW 31st piact. SOUTH SIDE X D. H. & Thelma McSwain Haven Ext.
footage to be asse:::J 4,039.34 ft.
1. F. C. ft Shirley BirkettX 29-9-20 E HO1 of PB D-54. Lot 3,
essessment S
Rate 3.00 front ft.
per Total length of line 513.00 ft. W 656' of S 130 Of Blk DPine 100.00 303.00:
Total Assessment S12.118.08 Total front 3. J. R. & Bernice Cornelius
footage 925.00 ft. N 440* Haven Ext.
of SEU of
Front feet assessed 312.00 ft. NWU. 110.00 330.00 PB D-54 Lot 2
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Assessment per front ft. $ 3.00 J. W. ft Surena Blk 1) 100.00 300.00Pine
May 29920. E lir of
1. T. C & Virginia Mlllsaps Creekslde, PB D-54 Total Assessment $936.00 4. C. H. & Clara Magee Haven Ext.
Lot W 546' of S 130" Of
N 460 of SEU of
2. J. P .. Shirley Weidler Creekstde, PB D-54 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED NWU. Blk D # 100.00 100.00
Lot 26 100.00 300.00 1. C. H. ft Lillian Weintraub 110.00 330.00
Add- Sunshine Estates
X H. C. ft Billie
Lloyd 29-9-20, E 110" of
X T. It Mildred Blossom Creekslde. PB D-54 PB D-68. Lot 4. ASSESSMENT ROLL
W 436"
of S 13V of
I Lot 25 100.00 300.00 Blk D 100.00 300.00 FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
/. W. O. ft Clsela Werauch Creekside, PB D-54 2. J. B. ft Gertrude Strict! Mary E. Bailey S-D, NWU.N 460' of SEU of NW 32nd Avenue, from its Intersection with NW 6th Street to Hi Inter.

Lot 24 100.00 300.00 PB A-107 N 60 ft of 4. B. C. ft Grace Scott 110.00 330.00 section with NW 4th Street.
29-9-20, E 105' Of
I. J. L. ft Blllle Jo Mauldin Creekslde PB D-54 W 125 ft of SV4 of
Lot 23 100.00 300.00 Lot 3 ft N 272 ft of W 326' of S 130 Of Total length of line 607.00 ft.
'. W. B. ft Dynya Martin. Jr. Creekside. PB 0.54 E91ftofLot. N 460' of SEU Of Total front footage 1319.30 ft.

Lots 21 & 22 236.00 708.00 also W 119U ft of .. P. D. ft Laura NWU 105.00 315.00 Front footage to be assessed 1319.30 ft.
7. N. C f> Cornelia Starr Creekside PB D-54 S 151.2 ft. of Lot 3 212.00 636.00 Posey 29-9-20 E 101' of Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
part of Lots 1 & 2 W 221' of S 130of Total Assessment 13.957.90 ft.

.. T. A. E. i Ann Hart Creekslde PB D-54 Cravey 29-9-20 S 130 of 1. Jettye Hazen 29-9-20 N 104' of
ROLL N 440 of E 105' of
i Lots 1 ft 2 less a S 457Vi' of W 117' of I
part of Lots I & 2
as NEW less St. 8400 252.00
per DB 334-63 '''.'3 149.)! section In NW with 31st NW Place 6th Stri.t intersection with NW 8th Street to its inter NWU. 105.00 315.00 2. Jettye Hazen 29-9-20. E 100 Of

f. D. E. Fallow 29-9-20 W 120 ft of 1SESSMENT ROLL W 2ir Of N 104' of

SEU of NEU of S 457.5' of NEtt 100.00 300.00
Total length of line SANITARY SEWER
i NWU S of Creek less 516.00 ft. X Blanche B.
Douglas 29-9-20 N 104' of
Total front In NW I
199 county Rd. DB 277- Front footage footage to be assessed 1200.00 1200.00 ft.ft. I section with 6th NW Street 34th Av.f. itersection with NW 36th Avenue to Its InterTotal '. S 4S7J' Of E lOr of
134.25 402.75 W 284'
Rate per
10. P. D. & Winifred Owens Creekside Addition Total of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. DB 322-63 100.00 300.00
assessment $3,600.00 length of line
PB D-" Lot 5 100.65 301.95 ASSESSMENT 586.00ft. 4. L. A. & Cordelia Mott 29920. N 104' ofS451.5'ofE117Of
11. Nancy F. McDonald Creekside Addition. NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Total front footage 700.00 ft.

r0.. PB D-9* Lot NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Front feet assessed 700.00 4i ; =
4 100.82 302.46 1. Lettie R. Oross Sunshine Estates Assessment ft. W r, DB 323-1 100.00 300.00
12. C. J. & Olive B..Coin Creekside Addition PB D-63. Lot 7. Total Assessment per front ft. S 3.00 5. J. A. ft Rose McComb Pine Haven Ext.
PB 0.99 Lot 3 100.00 300.00 $2.100.00
Blk PB D-56 lot X
100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT "
13. D. M. 8. Susie Hough Creekside Addition 2. C. R. ft Jeanette Sunshine Estates NO. OWNER WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Blk EPine 119 JO S58.50

PB D." Lot 2 100.00 300.00 Fultz. Jr. PB D-63, Lot .. DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE ASSESSED 6. Evelyn Strickland Haven Ext.
14. B. S. & Helen Outlaw Jr. Creekslde Addition Blk B 100.00 300.00 NONE PB D.56, Lot 4,

PB D-99 Lot 1 103.67 311.01 3. G. M. ft Dorothy Rankin Sunshine Estates EAST SIDEDESCRIPTION Blk E 11M9 15'.0SOUTH
15. F. C. ft Erma Mahn Pine Haven PB D24 PB D-63, Lot 9.

lots 7 & 8 201.00 624.00 Blk B 100.00 300.00
J 1. F. ft SIDE
II. I. H. I Violet Wallace Pine Haven PB D-24 4. C. C. ft Maude Moxley Sunshine Estates, Jenieee Gardiner Pine Haven. PB D-24
(Frank) 1. W. E. ft Ina Ellis 29-9-20 N 137V4 of
Lot 9 and WVi Lots 16 ft 17
PB 200.00
D-63, Lot 10. 600.00Pine
2. J. D. ft Inez Osteen S 313V Of W 209' ofSW'
Of Lot 10 153.10 461.40 Blk B 100.00 300.00 Haven. PB D-24
5. J. E. ft Beatrice Bartley Sunshine Estates, Lots 21 ft 22 200.00 600.00 of NEU less
X R. E. ft Stella RW 196.00 58800
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION PB D-63, Lot 11. Tower Pine Haven PB D-24
X W. G. ft Jean McNabb Pine Haven Ext.
1. C. H. ft Weight
Creekside. PB D-54 Blk B 100.00 300.00 Lot 100.00 300.00
Lot 29 100.00 300.00 6. K. E. ft Willie Jones Surshlne Estates, 4. H. E. ft Jo Smith e27H.ven. PB D-24 PB D-56 Lot 5.

2. U H. 8. Violet Cameron Creekside. PB D-54 PB D-6X Lot 12, Lot 28 100.00 300.00 Blk FPine 100.00 100.00
5. E. R. & Neta 3. B. ft Oscar Dudley Haven Ext.
Lot 30 100.00 300.00 Blk B 100.00 300.00 Rowe Sr. Pine Haven, PB D-24
(Bynum) PB D-54 Lot 4
3. F. G. I Alma Petersen Creekside. PB D-54 Lot 33 100.00 300.00 ,
Lot 31 100.00 300.00 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION Blk FPine 100.00 300.00

4. F. G. I Alma Petersen Creekside PB D-54 1. Elbert. Shirley Mott Sunshine Estates, 'ASSESSMENT ROLL 4. Frances Artland Haven Ext.

Lot 32 100.00 300.00 PB D-63, Lot 6, FOR SANITARY SEWER PB D-54 Lot 3. .

S. J. G. ft Ruth Davis Creekside. PB D-54 Blk CSunshine 100.00 390.00 in NW 6th Street from Its intersection with NW 34th Avenue run 100 feet Blk FPine 100.00 100.00
5. L Haven
Lots 33 .. :34 225.55 2. D. L. ft Margaret Estates south. Dorothy LJnzmayer Ext.
676.65 .
4. J. W. ft Vivian Crews Creekslde. PB D-54 Westmoreland PB D-63. Lot 5. PB D-56 Lot 2, .

Lots 35 & 36 Blk CSunshine 100.00 300.00 Total length of line elk FPine 100.00 100.00
7. H. H. & June Green Creekslde PB D-54 200.00 600.00 3. C. F. ft Doretta Jones Estates, Total front footage 100.00 100.00 ft.ft. .. C. S. ft Lydia Hazen Haven Ext.
PB D-63. Lot 4, PB D-54, Lot b
100.00 Front footage to be assessed 100.00 ft.
I. & Connie E. Wood reek Blk CSunshine 100.00 300.00 Blk F 100.00 100.00
C. H. Rate
PB D-54 4. W. W. ft Florence James Estates, of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
Lot 38 127.25 381.75 Total Assessment $300.00
PB D-63
9. P. f. ft Helen Butler Creekslde PB D-54 Blk CSunshine 3- 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ASSESSMENT ROLL

Lot 39 120.22 360.66 5. G. E. ft Clara Estates.Mlelbrecht. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSEDNone FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

10. David E. Flatow 29+20. W 120 ft of PB D-63 Lot 2. NW 31st Lane. from its Intersection with NW 6th Street to Its Inter.
SEU of NEU of 100.00 300.00 EAST SIDEDESCRIPTION section with NW 4th Street.

NWU S of Creek 6. Alpha H. Kaplan Sunshine Estates,

less Co. Rd. DB 277"t PB D-63. Lot 1, Total length of line 593.00 ft.
134.25 402.75 Blk C 100.00 :JOG.OO 1. Bertha F. Barton Pine Haven. PB D-24 Total front footage 1.323.00 ft.
11. B. T. l> Gaynell Iras? ton Creekside Addition Lot 34 100.00 300.00 Front footage to be assessed 1405.00 ft.

PB D-9f. Lot 4 100.65 301.95 ASSESSMENT ROLL Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
12. W. E. ft Louise White'IX Creekside Addition 1 SANITARY SEWERIn ASSESSMENT ROLL Total Assessment 13.615.00

PB D-99 Lot 7 100.65 301.95 NW 32nd Place. f t Intersection with NW 8th Street to its Inter- '1 SANITARY SEWERIn ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
D. C. ft Felicia Bailey Creekside AdditionPB section with NW 6th Stree.. NW 5th Street fro: intersection with NW 36th Avenue to Its Infer. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BEASSESSEC
D-99 Lot 8 100.00 300.00 section with NW 33rd Aver., 1. S. B. ft Myrtle Teague 29-9-20 S 100 of

'14. O. ft Evelyn Tavolar. (Oscar) Creekside Addition Total length of line 525.00 ft. Total length of line 959.00 ft. W 12T Of SWU Of

PB 0-". Lot f 100.00 300.00 Total front footage 1200.00 ft. Total front footage 1,800.00 ft. NEU less RW 114.00 142.00
15. L H. S. Bessie Clark Creekslde AdditionLot Front footage to be assessed 1400.00ft. Front footage to be assessed 1600.00 ft. X Dorothy E. Wundertich 29-9-20. E 8T" of

10 less R-W 103.61 311.01 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per per front ft. Assessment per front foot S 3.00 W 209' of S 176' Of
16. F. ft Jenlece Gardiner (Frank) Pine Haven PB 0- Total Assessment Total Assessment $4,800.00 SWU of NEU 82.00 246.00 f
24, Lot 15 95.00 285.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SS3.600.00FRONT AMOUNT TO ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO X W. H. ft Florence Ergle Jr. Pine Haven Ext.

24 Lot 14 95.00 285.00 1. A. R. Voyles Sunshine Est. 1. O. W. Babb Pine Haven PB D-24 Blk FPine 100.00 100.00
PB D-63. Lot 7. Lot 20 100.00 300.00 4. W. R. ft Faye Wentz Haven Ext

Blk A 100.00 :300.00 X Blanch Kirby Pine Haven PB D-24 PB D-56 Lot 7. _
ASSESSMENT ROLL 2. W. J. ft Mary Stevens Sunshine Est. 100.00 300.00 Bik F 100.00 300-co
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn PB D-6XLM 8. X W. A. ft Edith Stevenson Pine Haven. PB D-24 J. J. W. ft Mae Morgan Pine Haven Ext.

NW 10th Street, fro's )Intersection with NW 35th Avenue to Its Intersection 3. G. R. ft Mary Miller Blk Sunshine A Est. 100.00 :300.00 4. E. B. ft Marie Jones Lot Pine 26 Haven PB D-24 100.00 300.00 Ilk PB D-56.F Lot 8, _100.00,_ 300.00

with NW 31st Avenue. J. J. ft Martha Hancock
PB D-63 Lot 9, Lot 29 100.00 300.00 6. Pine Haven Ext. ,
1434.00 Blk A 100.00 300.00 5. E. R. ft Neta Rowe. Sr. Pine Haven. PB D-24 PB D-56 Lots,
Total length of line ft. 4. D. M. ft Mildred Cellon J. Sunshine Est. Lot 32 100.00 300.00 81k F 100.00 300.00
Total front footage 2,454.50 ft. 7. M. B. ft Betty Partrlch Pin Haven
2450.M PB D-63. Lot 10, 6. Faye Johnson Pine Haven PB D-24 Ext.
Front feet assessed
PB D-56 Lot 10 .
r Blk A 100.08 300.00 Lot 35 100.00 30000Pine
Total Assessment assessment per front ft.

NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE ASSESSED D 6. W. P. ft Viola Jones Bfe Sunshine A Est. 100.00 300.00 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION 1. 'K. C. ft Hazel Merwln : Hazen Est,, PB D-1

1. D. R. I. Josephine Bryant. J Creekslde PB D-54 PB D-63. Lot 12. 1. J. W. ft Jane Bowman Pine Haven PB D-24 Lot 5, BIll: B less
Lot 51 ft 62 114.20 552.60 S 61' of E O- 239.00 717.00
Blk Lot 100.00 300.00
A 100.00 300.00SOUTH 13
S. E. M. & Jean Reames $-8-20.S 100 ft of N X J. M. ft Josephine Burdr aven. PB D-24 X L. A. ft Minnie Brown Hazen Est. PB D-17
330 ft E
Of 244 ft of PLot Lot4aS61'of
SIDE is uo.oo 300.00
1 NEU of SWU ofNWU I. L. ft Ella McElroy X C D. ft Georgia Watson Pine Haven PB D-24 E.7'ofLot5. -
100.00 300.00 PSuninsuaEst Lots 19 ft 24 200.00 600.00Pine Ilk BHazen 60.00 110.00
6.Blk .
S. Lillian Neely 2t+2G. N 100 ft of S BSunshine 100.00 300.00 4. Marcella M. Hartman Haven PB D-24 X Co P. Keeter Est.. PB D17WVi .
15 ens of E 4 chs Lot :2 ft Lot X
J. F. E, ft Elizabeth Berry Est. Lot 25 100.00 303.00 "
of SWU of NWU less 5. J. S. Dunn Ilk BHazen 105.00 115.00
PB D-43, Lot S. Haven. PB D-24
E Mftft less W Blk BSunshine 100.08 300.00 PLot 30 100.00 300.00 4. P. L. ft KiliopeSirmopoulos Est., PB D17EV
"V- 20 ft. 100.00 300.00 3. J. G. ft Wlnell Benton Est 6. H. D. ft Ella Sped Pine Haven. PB D-24 Lot X Blk B ft
.. Natpak of Gainesville 29920. com. SW PB D-43, Lot 4, Let 31 10040 300.00 Lot 1. Blk B 185.00 315.08

ti cor NWU Blk BSunshine 100.00 300.00 7. .. A. ft Ida Edwards Pine Haven PB D-24
: 1.c. E 1320.6 ft N 4. Wlillam E. Faxon ft wife Est. Lot 36 100.00 300.00
PBD43.Lot3.S. Mrs. D. H. Purvis Pine Haven PB D-24
134 ft N
100 TIE
B* BSunshine 100.00 300.00 Lot 37 100.00 300.00In FOR SANITARY SEWERIn
I fS105fttoPOBper DB 300-318 100,00 300.01 P. V. ft Marie Tanner Est. NW 31st Ave.. from '!* intersection with NW 6th Street to Its intersection -

Lots Rlchardso PB D-43. Lot 2. ASSESSMENT ROLL with NW 4tn Terrace.
1 S. L L ft 29-9-20. Beg at SE 300.00
Blk BSunshine 100.00 DR SANITARY SEWER .
cor of SWU of NWlk
run N 4344ft W 20 6. J. G. ft Alice Austin Est. NW 4th Street fn -section with NW 36th Avenue run 700 feet south. Total length of line 400.00ft.
y rj! ftoPOSW111ftN1713ftWlllft PB D-63. Lot UBlk Total front footage 1414.20 ft.

,_ .. B 100.00 300.08 Total length of Ita 700.00 ft. Front footage assessed 141440 ft.
N22I.7ftE Total front footage 1,445.00 ft. Assessment per front foot W:
ROLL Front footage to brRat lied 1400.00 ft. Assessment
224 ft S 400 ft toPOB
less of assessment per A
N 100 ft of U NW 32nd Place fn tersection with NW Ion Street run 250 feet west. SSMENTOWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
E 114 ft, 300.01 900.00 ASSESSMENT NO.
2f+2G. com. at SW WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO L 1C. C ft Hazel MerwbiX Hazen Estates,
.. Johnson I Davis. cor NWU Sec. E Total length of line 202.00 R. NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSEDL PB ., Lot S.

.r., '' 1320.6 ft N 326.6: ft Total front footage S66U ft.46M L Barbara Sue Davis 8211: 8 less S 61 ft
W134NNOftto Front footage to be
.' :. POBNIOftEI14ftSOftWlI4ft Rate af assessment S Xto per front ft. Bk 100JO 300.00 L. A. ft Minnie Brown Hazen Estates
Total Assessment 11.399.20 X J. E. ft Je Stokes Pine Haven Ext. PB D-17. Lot 4ft

ta POB. DB 277.115 10.01 240.08 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB D-54 Lot XBK SiftefEdlftof

,. 29-9-20. com St. SW NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED A 100.00 300.10 Let S. Bat B WM 321..
7. J. Eo I, Edith Johnson-,- cor NWU See. E 1. O L. ft Mar Jorte Staggs Add- Sunshine Est. 3. R. W. ft Norma Sym Pine Haven Ext. X' C P. Keeter Hazen Estates

... %m3ftN 326ftWI34naPOBN PB D-6B.Lot 5. PB D-54. Lot 4, PB D-17. WH of Let 2
J ., Iwo 100.00 301.1I 8k A 100.00 300.00 ft Let 3. Ilk B 105.06 315.08

IOftEI34ftS10 X J. L, ft Jimmie Reed. Sr., Add- Sunshine Est. 4. J. H. ft Marion Baggett -sr-E: 4. P. L. t KBiope Hazen Estates.PBbl7,0.01a,
ft W134ftisP06 PB D-48. Lot &. -
., .. ... ,.. less E 20 ft for R-W ; hD t3Jt 949. 0 Ilk A 100.00 300.00 E55Ld X Bk B 1MJO ..H
3. w. L ft Frances Pine Haven Ext. -
,... per DB 258-417 80.00 248.08
.. P. D. & Carolyn Kate Suncrest. PB B-100 SOUTH SIDE __ Kflpatrfck: PB 0-56. Lot 6.BK SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION.
1.8011 Blk G 60.00 180.00 t. R. .. ft A 100.00 300.00
Betty Fitzgerald Add- Sunshine Est. .
> tT i Donaldson
ft Hyacinth
,. 6. W. J. ft Betty Williams Pin 1. C. B. 0.1Estates.
Suncrest. PB a .
B-100 "
9. A U Dykes PB D-48. Lot 9. 'v r .
*fv LO 11. BUt G 60.00 180.08 *, .. Ilk D 100.0 301.1I PB A- 100.08 100.W : :: C 13'.00 a._

10. L. T. ft Laura Shearouse zt'J-B B-100 X, J. T. ft Nettle Morgan' -4lo't AddSunshine Est. : 'c X R. H. ft Urian Hothersatt Hazen Estates.PB "
Lot G 60.00 180.00 > ti .' D .
S e4 Lot ., SIDEDESCRIPTION D 17, lot 5.
11. N. a.ft Annie Edgrton { :. .': Suncrest. PB B-100 t" .K ., Blk D 100.M : a 300.08S : i : Ilk C .... uo..
Lot IX Blk G .. 60.00 180.00 M .
.0 '
So Georgia Hodges Add- Sunshine Est. r .
it V SIdney ft Loretta Leopold i Y Pin Haven Ext.P80.30.1.013. 1
12. E. W. ft Hazel Nelbech Lot Suncrest 14 ,Blk PB. G B-100 60.00 180.80 PB D-68 Lot 7. ._ (Continued on Page 11)S
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NW 6tn Street, from Its intersection with NW 42nd Avenue run ISO feet north <. D. L, ft Dianne R. Whitney Oak Hill PB A-147- No. OWNER -e-20.. N. 1W of
AMOUNT TO 75.00 225.M 2. SNeB Oil Co. ,
E. IIT Of W.
No. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Total length of line 868.00 ft. f, 7. T. Emily! Nun* .. >,- Oak Hill PB A-167- of NWV4 less N. 40*

X Iris Lee irown Retch Hazen Estates t. Total front footage 13.40 ft. 168 Lot 64 75.00 225.00 RW. 1(2.00 546.00

PB all, Lot 4, Front footage to be assessed 720.00 ft.
Blk C 10.00 240.00 Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. ASSESSMENT ROLL ASSESSMENT ROLL

4. L. W. Lillian Pankratz Hazen Estates I Total Assessment S2.140.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

4 Lot 3. Blk C 1G5.00 315.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED In NW 4lst Avenue from its Intersection with NW 12th Street to Its intersecaon NW Wit Street from Its intersection wtth NW 41st Avenue, to Its Intersection .

L F. & Willie! Hazen (Fred) Hazen Estates. 1. E. M. ft Hazel Fisher Magnolia Hts. PB with NW 6tn Street r with NW 42nd Avenue. -

PB0.17LotI& D-12 Lot 14. Blk D 120.00 360.00 .
E'A Lot 3.. Blk C 105." 317.70 2. E. M. ft Hazel Fisher Magnolia Hts. PB Total length of fine 1.299.00 ft. Total length of line 445.06 ft.
Total front footage 2. 98.00 ft.
0.12 Lot IX Blk D 100.00 300.00 nUt ft. -
ASSESSMENT ROLL 3. E. W. ft Emma Burch Magnolia Hts. PB Front footage assessed "1.808.00 ft. Total Front front footage to be assessed 414.20 ft.

FOR SANITARY SEWERIn D-12 Lot 12. Blk D 100.00 300.00 Assessment rate S 100 per front ft. Rat of footage assessment :: t 3.00 per front ft.
4. C. L. HilHard. Jr. Magnolia Hts. PB Total S5.424.00 Total Assessment S1.932.40
NW 4th Terrace from Its Intersection with NW 31st Avenue to Us Inter. 0.12 Lot f, Bk! D 100.00 300.00 NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO


D-12 Lot 8, Btk D 100.00 300.00 1. G. W. & Eva Shaw Oak Hill. PB A.167. Ok Hill PB A147148. -

Total length of line 204.00 ft. 6. C. F. ft Elvie Padgett Magnolia Hts. PB 163. Lot 19 10.00 240.00. 1. G. H. & Natta Caraway Lot 42 85.70 257.10
Total front footage 356.00 ft. D-12 Lot 5. Bit D 100.00 300.00 2. Jean M. Schwall Oak Hill PB A-167- Oak Hill PB A147148. -

Front footage to be assessed 196.50 ft. 7. Edythe S. Cothren Magnolia Hts. PB 168. Lot 20 80.00 240.00 2. R. Katharine Rowel Lot 37 15.70
Assessment rate per front foot S 3.00 0.12 Lot 4. Blk D 100.00 300.00 3. W. L B.. Inc. Oek Hill PB A-167- Oak Hill PB A-147-
Total assessment $589.50 EAST SIDE 148 Lot 21 120.00 360.00 3. O. t Maria VoeJchner 148. Lot 36 8X70 257.18

NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Lot 16 130.00 390.00 4. L. L. King. Life Est. 14*. bt 33 15.78 257.10

NONE ROLL Oak Hill PB *447.S. .

FOR SANITARY SEWERIn SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION- Billv ft Janet Rodgers 1... Lot 21 5.70 257.18
EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION 1. Alma M. Havelock Oak Hill, PB A-167- Oak Hill PB A-147-
1. P. E. ft Kathryn Frierson Hazen Estates. NW 42nd Avenue from Its intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Intersection 16*. Lots 19. M. 21. 6. H. W. Coalson 141 Lot 27 85.70 257.10
PB D-17 Lot 3. with NW 6th Street.
22. 2X 24. 25. 26
Elk AHazen 65.50 196.50 EAST SIDEDESCRIPTION
S. E. G. & Yolanda Powell Estates. v BIkE&iftDBW
Total length of line 1.37.00 ft.' side of NV* of Elk E 211.00 654.60
Bik PS D-17 AHazen Lot 2, 65.50 '''.50 Total front footage X282.18 ft.3342.11 .- '2. E. G. ft Annie Knightt Oak Hill PB A-167. 1. R. A. & Emily Boothby Oak Hill PB A167168 -

1 J. A. & Betty Volttk Estates Front footage to be assessed ft.. .. <. r ,' 168 Lets IX 14. 17. Lot 17 130.00 JrO.eo

PB D-17 Lot 1, Assessment per front ft. S 3.00 'S 5 ft 18, Blk E 100.00 300.00
Blk A 45.50 196.50 I Total assessmentSESSMENT S7.024.30NORTH .' .X I. L. ft Joan Holder.. Jr. Oak Hill. PB A-147- FOR ASSESSMENT SANITARY SEWERIn ROLL
SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 168. Lots 12. IX ft

42nd Avenue to its inter
NW 7th Street from Its Intersection with NW
FOR SANITARY SEWERIn 1. Imperial Florida Oil Co. Magnolia! Keights, 4. I. L. & Llllamae Oak Hill PB A-16-
section with NW
PB D-12 Lot 20 Holder Sr. '_ 168 Lots 9, 10. ft 40th Avenue.

NW 44th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 13th Street to Its Intersection Blk C 120.00 360.00 11, Blk E 75.00 225.00 Total 358.00 ft.
with NW 6th Street. 2. Imperial'. Florida 011 Co. Mrgnolia Heights, 5. I. L & Llllamae Oak Hi''.. PB A-147- Total front length footage of line 413.40 ft.

PB D-12 Lots 21 ft Holder" Sr. ._ 168. Lots 2, 3. 4. 3.S Front assessed 306.70 ft.
footage to be
Total length of line 600.00 ft. 22. Blk C 200.00 600.00 A5 4, 7, ft 8, Blk E 175.60 525.. Rate of assessment S 3.00 per front ft.
Total front footage 2.387.98 ft. 3. J. T. ft Mary L. Roberts Magnolia Heights .. F. & Ruth Gay Oak: Hill PB A-167- Total Assessment S 9J0.10

Front feet assessed 1237.98 ft: PB D-12 Lot 2X, S 168, Lot 1. Blk E' 25.00 75.00 ASSESSMENT WEST SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO

Assessment per front ft. S 3.00 Blk C 100.00 300.00 7... L. J. ft Marguerite Let Oak Hill. PB A-167- NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSEDNone
Total assessment S4.713.94NORTH 4. A. C. ft Effie Wright Magnolia Heights, 168. Lots 35 ft 36.

ASSESSMENT SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO PB 0.12 Lot 24. Blk C 50.00 150.00

L, J. Thomas Jr. A tr. Magnolia Heights, J. J. R. & Eloise Fisher Magnolia Heights, Lots 33 ft 34 50.00 150.00

PB D-1X Lot 13, PB 0.12 Lot 25. f. Talmage L. ft Gertrude S. Oak Hill PB A-147- 1. J. E. I Emily Cullen Oak Hiil! PB A-167.

Blk AMagnolia 150.00 450.00 Blk C 100.00 300.00 Moxley 168. Lots 29.30. 31, 16$. Lots 2, 3. 6&
L David. Sandra Eastman Heights, & J. P. Verri (only) Magnolia Heights.PB *. 32. Blk C 100.0C 300.00 7. Blk A 100.00 300.00

PB D-12 Lot 14. D-12 Lots 26 ft 10. L. L. & Doris Booth Oak Hill PB A-16l- 2. W. D. ft Oute Larsen Oak Hill PB A-147.

Blk AMagnolia 100.00 300.00 27, Blk 200.00 600.00 168 Wad of Lot 24ft 16$. Lots 10. 11. 14,
I. Helen T. Reeves Heights. 7. D. E. & Eleanor S. Jenkins g I.CHelghts, Lots 27 ft 28, 15 ft It. Blk A 515.00 375.00

PB D-12 Lot 15, PB D-12 Lot 28, Blk C 4I.SC 117JO S. W. H. t Katie Smith, Sr. Oak Hill PB A167.
Blk AMagnolia 100.00 300.00 Blk C 100.00 300.00 11. A. L. & Eva Pearce Oak Hilt PB A-167- 168 Lots 19. 22 It

4. J. P. & Betty Austin Heights. I. D. E. ft Eleanor S. Jenkins Magnolia Heights, 168 WV Lot 23 a. 23. Bit A 11.70 345.10

t PB0.12.Lot16, PB D-12 Lot 29. lots 24 & 25 & EV*
Blk A 100.00 300.00 Blk C 100.00 300.00 Lot 26. Blk C 75.00 225.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL
I. Beatrice A. Allen Magnolia Heights, f. Alma Bradberry >Magnolia Heights. 12. G. F. & Jane Beck Oek Hill PB A-167- FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

PB 0.12.. Lot 17. PB D-12 Lot 17. 168. Lots 21, 22. ftEM
NW 36th Avenue from Its Intersection with NW Sth Street to its In> -r.
Blk AMagnolia 100.00 300.00 Blk D 100.00 300.00 lot 23. Blk C 62.50 117.50 .
'. Loretta I. Glenn Heights, 10. C. O. ft Nola Dampier Magnolia Heights' 13. W. E. ft One Ellis Oak Hilt PB A-la- i section with NW 3rd Street.

PB D-12, Lot 18, PB D-12 Lot 18. 148 Lots 19 ft 20.
length of line 596.60 .
Blk AMagnolia 100.00 300.00 Blk D 100.00 300.00 Blk C 50.00 150.00
7. J. L. & Helen Tate Heights, 11. Laura F. Dawson Heirs Magnolia Heights 14. Q. N. & Edith RIley Oak Hill PB A-167- Total front footage 1.130.42 ft.
Front footage to be assessed 1.033.30 ft.
PB D-12 Lot 19, PB D-12 Lot 19, itS, Lots 13. 14. IX
Rate front ft.
Blk AMagnolia 100.00 300.00 Blk D 172.10 516.30 16, 17 ft 18. Bile C 150.00 450.00 of assessment S 3.00 per

t. B. J. S. Elizabeth. Preston Heights,. 15. J. E. & Emily Cullen Oak Hill. PB A-16T- ASSESSMENT Total Assessment 13.099.90 SIDE FRONT AMOUNT' TO
PB D-12. Lot 20 SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 168 Lot 1, Blk C 130.00 390.00 NORTH
Blk AMagnolia 100.00 300.00 1. Ethel Gillett & Mildred Hall Richland Heights, NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED

.. Joseph C. ft Helen O'Rourke. Heights, PB C-98 Lot 2, 1. Dorothy A. Sheilds Pint Haven PB D-24
EM Lot 10 & Lot 11
PB 0.12. Lot 21, ,190.00 570.00
Blk AMagnolia 100.00 300.00 2. F. T. ft Wlllene Denham Jr. Oak Hill PB A-147' FOR SANITARY SEWERIn ft V of Lot 12 151.SO 476.40
2. Irma E. PB D-24
Stone Pine Haven
10. Leo J. Thomas Heights. 168 Lot 45 120.00 360.00
PB D-12, Lots 22 ft 3. W. C. & Louise Johnson Oak Hill. PB A-167- NW 40th Avenue fro 'Is intersection with NW 12th Drive to Its intersection E. 94.5 of Lot 12 96.50 389.50
23. Blk A 581.10 43.30 168 Lot 44 120.00 360.00 with NW 6th Street. 3. D. S. ft Mary Ford Pine Haven PB 0.56

4. H. A. ft Marie Smith Oak Hill PB A-147. Total length of line 1961.00 ft. lot 1. Bit C 100.00 300.00
SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 168 Lot 43 130.00 390.00 Total front footage 3.688.00 ft. 4. James M. & Gene Wade Pine Haven PB 0.56

1. W. N. & Mary Harrington Magnolia Heights, 5. James D. Salter Oak Hill PB A-147-' Front feet to be assessed 3.161.00 ft. Lot 2. Blk C 100.09 300.00
PB 0.12. Lot 14.Blk 148 Lot 22 130.00 390.00 Rate of Assessment S 3.00 per front ft. S. F. W. & Eva Moore Pine Haven Ext.

C IOU' 1"1 4. R. & Elizabeth Imler (Reuben) Oak Hill PB A-1I7- Total Assessment $9.504.00 PB D-S4 Lot 3,

1. H. W. ft Lois Dubberly Magnolll Heights, 168 Lot 9 130.00 390.00 ASSESSMENT NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO Blk CPine 103.00 309.60
PB 0.12 lot 13. 7. S. J. & Louise Thomas Sr. (LKT) Oak Hill, PB A-167- NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 6. C. G. & Leigh Nicholson Haven Ext.

Blk C IOU' 31",1Ie 168 Lot 1 130.00 390.00 1. J. R. & Nancy Green Oak: Hill PB A-167- PB D-56, Lot 4, /

Carson H. Hurd. wife. Magnoll Heights, 161 Lot 28 Blk 4 ft Blk C v I w1 525.00SOUTH

PB 0.12, Lot 12. 18 ft off of SVi of
Blk C IOU' 319.91 ASSESSMENT ROLL Blk E 68.00 204.00 SIDE
.. L. S. ft Lettle Lingford Magnolll Heights, FOR SANITARY SEWER 2. G. B & Delores Standley Oak Hill PB A-167- 1. L. B. & Margaret Pine Haven Ext.
PB D-56 Lot 1
Rivers. Jr. ,
PB 0-12. Lot 4. 168 Lots 29. 30. 31,
Blk 8 100.00 300.00 In NW 41st Avenue from its intersection with NW 13th Street to its Inter & 32 Bile E 100.00 300.00 Blk A lOO,IM 300.00

I. R. E. ft Helen Martin Magnolia Heights, section with NW 12th Terrace. X W. L. & Ruby Clyatt Oak Hill. PB A-167. 2. Ollye B. Hill PilHlven PB D-54 lot Ext.2.

168 Lots ft
PBD12.Lot3. 33. 34 35
81k 8 100.00 300.00 Total length of line 325.00 ft. 36, Blk E 10000 300.00 Blk BPine 100.00 300.00

.. A. E. & Fannie Reivls Magnona Heights, Total front footage 740.00 ft. 4. Susie V. Phillips Life Estate Oak Hill. PB A167168 3. V. B. & Marqurite Rigdon Haven Ext.
Front footage to be assessed 392.00 ft. PB D-56. Lot 1,
PB 0.12. Lot 2, Lots 37 ft 38,
Elk 8 100.00 300.00 Rate of assessment t 3.00 per front ft. Blk E OR 109-243 50.00 150.00Oak Blk B 'a.IC 30. "0 0

7. G. & Acre Smith (Grady) Magnolia Heights Total Assessment: SM76.00 5. Helen D. Bailey Hilt PB A167168 ASSESSMENT ROLL
Ilk 8 115.00 45.00 NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Blk E 50.00 150.00

.. W. L. t Viola Crisp Magnolia Heights 1. M. J. & Mildred Walker Richland Hts. PB .. Ruth S. Robertson. Oak Hill. PB Ai6116SLot41&W15 NW 4th Street fre s intersection with NW 33rd ,-*-*-
CLot 14
Blk 2
P8 0.12. Lot 2. 570.00 section with NW 31st Lane.
Elk D 125.50 376.50 SOUTH SIDE ft of lot 42 Blk E 40.00 120.00

.. C. O. ft E. M. ft Veva Magnolia Heights, 1. G. A. & Helen McDavld 20-9-20, 4 100' of S 7. L, F. ft Hattie Shealy Oak Hill. PB A-167- Total length of line 489.70 ft.

Stephenson P8 0.12. Lot I, 569.3 of E 101 of 168 E 10 ft Of Lot 42 Total front footage 1.108.00 ft.
W 151 101.00 303.00 & Lots 43 ft 44
Blk D 146.40 4J9.2D ,
footage to be assessed 601.30 ft.
2. G. A. & Helen McDavld
20-9-2C, N 10r Of S Blk E 60.00 180.00
ASSESSMENT ROLL 5t9.3" of E lor of I. T. L. & Gertrude Moxley Oak Hill PB A-167- Total Assessment assessment per front foot t St.S03.90WEST 3.00

FOR SANITARY SEWER w 252' 101.00 303.00 168 Lots 45 ft 46. ASSESSMENT. SIDE FRONT AVr NT' TO
Blk E 50.00 150.00
In NW 12th Terrace, from Its Intersection with NW 44th Avenue to Its inter ASSESSMENT ROLL f. Edward H. Paige Oak Hill PB A-167- NONE
section with NW 43rd Avenue. FOR SANITARY SEWERS 168 Lots 47 ft 48.

Blk E 50.00 150.00
Total of line 425.00 ft. NW 12th Terrace, from 'Its Intersection with NW .c2nd Avenue to its Inter. PB A EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION
length section with NW 09th Avenue. 10. B. H. ft Alice Boharc- Oak Hill. -161- 1. H. C. ft Mary Jeffcoat Pine Haven Extension.
Total front footage 853.00 ft. 168 Lots 49 ft 50.
PB 0.56
Front footage to be assessed 474.00 ft. Bile E 50.00 150.00 Lot
Rat t 3.00 front ft.S2.022.00 Total length of line 1.252.00 ft. 7. Blk D 100.00 300.00
of assessment .
per 11. Leta R. Evans Oak Hill. PB A-161- ?
Total Assessment Total front footage 2.538.30 ft. 2. B. F. t Ruby J. Turman Pine Haven Ext. PB
168 Lots 51 ft 52,
Front footage to be assessed 1620.30 ft. D-56 Lot t. Blk D 100.00 309 0a
Assessment rate per front ft. < 3.00 3. E. W. ft Claudine Harrison Pine Haven Ext.
NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED Total assessment 11. G. S. & Amy Brown Oak Hill PB A-167- PB D-54 Lot 9,
I. R. A. ft Frances Rafter Magnolia Hts. S4.860.90WEST 168 Lots 37 ft 38, Blk
50.00 150.00
DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED 4. N. E. Chatterton Pine Haven Ext. PB .
elk C 100.00 300.00 n. N. R. & Oak Hill PB A167168 '
1. L. T. Fitzgerald Richland Ruth Roberts D-54 Lot 10
Blk D
Heights 100.00
2. K. P. ft Elizabeth Wright Magnolia Hts. Lots 39 & 40.
PB Clot 1. 5. C. ft Grletse Van Veldhuisen Pine Haven Ext.,
PB D-12 Lot 10 Blk C 50.00 150.00Oak
Blk 2 100.00 300.00 (Cornells) PB D.56 Lot 11.
Blk CMagnolia 100.00 300.00 14. Federal National Hill. PB A-167-
2. J. C. & Helen Smith Richland HeightsPB Mortga Blk D 100.00 300.00
S. A. 0. ft Ruth Burke Hts.
Assoc. 168 Lot 41 ft 42 ftWtt
CLot .. N. L. & Nell Coleman
,. Pine Haven Ext.,
PB D-12 Lot 9.
Lot 43 Blk C 62.50 187.50
e 100.00 300.00 PB D-54 Lot 12.
Blk C 100.00 300.00EAST 3. Lucille Henry Richland Heights 15. L. E. W. ft Thelma Dyke Oak Hill. PB A.161161EVVsLot435 Blk D 101.30 303.90

SIDEMagnolia PB C-9S Lot 5.
i Lots 44 & 45. Blk C
Blk' 2 100.00 300.00
1. J. J. ft Mildred Evers Hts. 4. F. E. ft Anita Bien Richland Heights WV Lot 46 75.00 225.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL

Blk PB D-12 BMagnolia Lot 5. 1J7.M 411.00 PB C-?$ Lot 8, I' John F. & Jone F. Welch Oak Hill, PB A-167- FOR SANITARY SEWERIn

L Louise! .L. Harris PB Hts. I. G. A. & Agnes Morlng Blk Richland 2 Heights 100.00 300.00 Lots 168 EV 47 Lot ft 48 46. &Blk C 62.50 187.50 NW 33rd Avenue from its Intersection with NW 5th Street run : -st
D-12 Lot 6. '
Blk BMagnolia 100.00 300.00 PB C-91 Lot 9, 17. N. H. ft Virginia Hodges Oak Hill PB A-167- Total length of line
S. P. N. ft Dorothy tough Hts. Blk 2 100.00 300.00 168 Lots 49, 50. 51 Total 225.00 ft.
PB D-12, Lot 7 J. C. ft Wilma Ward. Jr. Richland Heights, & 52. Silt C 100.00 300.00 Front front, footage 745.00 ft.
to be
BlkB 137.00 411.00. PB C-98 Lot 12, 1$. Q. N. ft Edith Riley Oak PB A-147- ge assessed 575.00 ft.
\ Blk 2 100.00 300.00 168 Lots S3, 54 55 ft Assessment rate per front ft. $ 3.00

ASSESSMENT ROLL 7. G. W. ft Delia Sherouse Richland Heights, 56, Blk C 100.00 300.00 ASSESSMENT Total assessment SI.72S.OONORTH

FOR SANITARY SEWER PB C-98 Lot 13, 19. Bible Baptist Tabernacle Oak Hill. PB A-167- NO. SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO
$ Blk 2 103.00 309.00 168 Lots 12 57 58, 59, OWNER DESCRIPTION FOOTAGE BE ASSESSED
In NW 43rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 12th Terrace to Its Inter. I. G. W. ft Delia Sherouse 2 -9-2O. N 114.3 ft of & 60 Blk C 217.00 651.00 1. J. L. .. Evelyn Stemngit. Pine Haven, PB 0.24
Mctlon with NW 10th Street. S 569.3 ft Of E 178 A Lot 39 190.00 570.00
20. W. D. & Ovte Larsen Oak Hill, PB -161-
ft of 430 ft. 114.00 342.00 .
Total length of line 739.08 ft. .WN 168 Lot 24. Blk A 130.00 390.00
Total front footage 1431.90 ft. .. R. W. Pearson 't 20-9-20 100 tt ef S SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION

Front feet to be assessed 1150.25 ft. 455ftofE17ftofW SOUTHSIDE DESCRIPTION L. G. 1 Emily Lee # 29920. N 146.15 ft

Rate of Assessment S 3.M per front ft. 430 ft 100.00 300.00 1. J. L. & Eunice Lewis Oak Hill. PB A-167- of S 407.5 ft of E

Total Assessment 8X450.75 10. C. F. ft Lola Bresette 178-9JOfNEI 00ftf ef fS 161 Lots 23. 24, 25, UftofW423.0ftof
ASSESSMENT NEli DB 30815S 10.00 240.00
NORTH SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO W 530 ft. 15800 474.00EAST 26. BIkFS15ft 2. G. U. t Laurie Means $-9-JO, N 144.15 tt
1. R. A. ft Susie Ford Richland Heights, 2. J. Y. & Evelyn Milliard Oak Hill. PB A-167- ofS607.5ftofE$0ft
Magnolia 1. P. L. & Ramona
of W 341.1 ft efNEV4
168 Lots 20. 21, ft 22 -
PB D-12 Lot I. PB C-98 Lot 1,
300.00 Blk 1 100.00 300.00 Blk F 75.00 225.60 19.00 240.00
.Blk B 100.00
I H. Z. ft Mary Hogan Magnolia Heights, 2. G. W. ft Tlmmle Willis Richland Heights, 3. H F. & Bessie McRae Oak Hilt PB A167168 3. Henrietta. V. Means 29-9-20 S N ISO ft of -
607.5 H of E 225
PBD12Lot9. PB C-98 Lot 7, Lots 17,10.19,
Blk B 100.00 300.00 Blk 1 143.00 429.00 BIle F 75.00 225.00 ft ef W 251 ft of

S. J. l. ft Oenevra Devrles Magnolia Heights, 3. A. W. ft Dorothy Fulp 'ftEo:9: ft of 4. 0. M. & Barbara Medlock Oak Hill PB A167168 NEVi 225.00 475.00

PB0.12Lot10, W 460 N 144.3 Lots 14. IX ft
Bile B 100.00 300.00 ft of S 499.3 ft 144.30 432.90 16 Blk F 75.00 225.00 ASSESSMENT ROLL

SOUTH SIDE DESCRIPTION 4. Llnnle U Parker 20-9-20. N 58 tt Of S181ftE100ftofW S. P. ft Marie Jordan (Paul) Oak Hill PB A-167- FOR SANITARY SEWER
1. B. F. ft Kattirun Scruggst. 168 Lots II, 12 ftIX
Magnolia PB D-12 Lot t, 660 ft. 58.00 174.00 Blk F 75.00 225.80 feet In w':? 33rd Avenue from Its Intersection with NW 3rd Street, run 150

Blk C 111.60 334.10Magnolia S. Daphne P. Gammel 20-9-20, fEN 50 tt Of W 6. J. C. & Marianne Hardee Oak Hill PB A-167- .
H. ft Evelyn Rllney (Harry) 640 ft 108 ft of 168 Lots 1&l0.
S123ft&E5oftofWalOttofNl05 Bile F 50.00 15060 Total length of line 144 00 ft.

PBD12Lot7. 7. J. A. ft Helen Bailey Oak Hill PB A-167- Total front footage 400.00 ft.

_L.R. H. ft,Dorothy_ M. Yaxley Blk Magnolia C Heights, 100.00 300.00 ft Of S 123 ft. 100.00 300.00 Its Lots 6. 7. 8. Front footage to be assessed 400.00 ft.

PB 0-12 Lot 6. Blk F 75.00 225.00 Rate of assessment I 3.00 per front ft.

Blk C 100.00 300.00 I. W. & Virginia V. Wilson Oak Hill. PB A-147- Total Assessment: $1.200.00
168 Lots 3. 4. ft 5. FRONT AMOUNT TO
PB 0.12 Lot S.
f. R. L ft Anna Williams Oak Hill, PB A-167- 1. R. H. ft Pauline Sears Pine Haven Ext.
Elk C 100.00 300.00 from its Intersection with NW 42nd Avenue to its intersection
E. C. ft Mary MoonT. NW 12th Street 168 Lots li2. PB D-56 Lot 16.
Magnolia Heights,
with NW 39th Avenue. Blk FOak 50.00 150.80 Blk B 100.00
PB 0.12 Lot 4. Total length of 1'.ne 833.00 ft. 10. H. ft Ruth Haynes ft M. E. Jenkins Hill. PB A167. 2. A. R. ft Betty Mooneyham Pine Haven Cxt. 300.00
Blk C 100.00 300.00
6 M. ft L. f. Rldunan Total front footage 1.666.10 ft. 168 Lots 30. 31, 32. PB D-56 Lot 15,
Magnolia Heights, Front footage to be assessed 1382.30 ft. Blk B
33. 34. 35 34. 37 100.00 200.00
PB D-12 Lot
3. Assessment rate per front ft. S 3.00
38, Blk D 225.00 475.00
BIK CMagnolia 100.00 300.00 ,
7. A. 0. ft Jane Wostrtl Total Assessment 14.146.90WEST 11. W. D. & Ovle Larsen Oak HIIU I PB A-161. T
Heights. SIDE FRONT AMOUNT TO 1. R. T. ft Haven
168 Lots 28 ft Pine Ext.
37 29.
Blk DOak 75.00 225.00 PB D-56 Lot 5.
.. W L. ft Jean Stockdala Blk C 100.00 300.00Magnolia 1. J. J. ft Shirley Hatch Heights, 12. H. ft Louisa Deyarmond Hill PB A-la. D 100.00 300.P8 *
Heights PB C-98 .Lot 2. 2. H. ft Lorlne Waters Paine
161 Lots Haven Ext.
t PB 0.12 Lot U Blk 1 100.00 300.00
Blk 'C 131.65 23 24 25, 26 D-56 Lot 4,
i 415.95 2. D. V. ft Barbara Ratley PB Richland C-98 Lot lthts. Bile D 175.00 525." S sot D 100.00 300.06

Roll 13. Susan M. Lashley Oak Hilt, PB A-167.
6 100.00 300.00L
Blk 1 .
FoSiI m.T EIt eta Lets 18 ft 19. ASSESSMENT ROLL
H. ft Ruth Haynes (Hershel) Richland Heights, S Blk D 50.00 150.00 FOR SANITARY SEWER

In NW 10tt1 Street from its Intersection with NW Uh Avenue to its Intli PS C-fLgts4&5, 14. T. R. ft Martha Merritt Oak Hilt PB A-16- In NE
MctIon with NW 41st Avenue. Blk 1 200.00 600.00Richland 161 Lots 10 11. 12 IX .23rd Avenue from Its Intersection with North Main Street 'la Hi Inter-
4. Otllda C. Richardson Heights, sectIOn With NE 5th! Terrace.
Total length of line 1.567.00 ft. ; 14, IX 14 ft 17,.
PB C-98 Lot 6. ..
Total front footage 2.0..10 ft. Ilk D 200.00 400.00 Total length of fine JAG,01 ft.
Front footage to be assessed 2.364.80 ft. Blk Richland 1 :Heights 100.00 300.00 IX D 0. & Inez Kite Oak Hill PB A-167- Total front footage 1,377.10 ft.
Assessment per trout fool S 100 S. G. W. ft Tlmmte Willis 161 Lets 1 ft 2. Frontage to be assessed U43.10
Total assessment PB C-96 Lot 7. .... B Rob a* Assessment .
87,004,43 Bit 1 143-00 429.80 lit B 240.60 710... t 3 80 per frent ft.
WEST SIDE Total Assessment .
NO. OWNER 6. N. L. ft JoneWa Ergle 20-4.20E 198 ft Of ASSESSMENT THrn
W 660 ft of N 70ft S TO
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P8 D-12. Lot 12. ,, of S 549.3 ef 70.00 210.00 1. .

Megnolia' 135,00 7. A. W. & Dorothy Fulp 20.9.20.E 190 N ft of In NW 12th Drive, from its Intersection with NVI 3 tti Avenue tc its inter- 2. Nonie Davis 2M-70 E 278.1 ft ofWm'ftoflUO
W ft
L Me J. Mildred Walker Heights 440 of 144.3 section with NW 40th Avenue.
ft. Of S 499.3 ft 14430 432.90
P8 0.12 Lot
11. ft of SW' of 5W'less
51K B 130.00 390.00 EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION Total length of line 177.00 ft. R-W. OR 64-479 271.11 134.302S920. :
L IUlln R. Beech Oak PB A-147.
Magnolia Heights. 1. F. T. ft WlHene. Denham Jr. 148 : Let HiIL 44 75.00 Total front footage 672.00 ft. 3. C. ft Audrey Gornto (Clifton) E 70 ft Of W
P8 0.12 Lot 37.. 225.08Oak Front footage to be assessed 491.00 ft. 802.6 tt ef N 626.4
.' 00.00 300.00 L Marlorie U Tate Hill. PB A-ta- Rate of assessment t 3.00 per front ft.S1.494.00 ftofS459.6ftof8W'
4. J. L. & Barbara.Beverly. Holgh' 168 Lot 51 75.00 moo Total Assessment ,
P8 Oak Hill PB A-167- of SW1A" 79.09 210.01
0.12. lot 30. 3. B. E. Hendricks ft wife -
L A. C. & Allis Clrtton NO. OWNER DESCRIPTION ,I Hjmbl! Oil Co. Let as per OR 211
III. A.10. 4 O. C. ft Amy Evans Oak Hill PB A-167- FOOTAGE ASSESSES D .I}
161. 24B IJ.7I 257.1 168 Lot 55 7X00 225.00 L F. C. ft Marie Ridgway 204-79. N 240 of S 166 12100 375.00
4. 0. & Frees Weike" (0ttI) b'k .::ti.2 PB A.167- S. B. E. ft Elizabeth North Oak Hill PB ...167- 255' ef E 250 of W 2. McCey Manufacturing ) 32-9-20 EVt of NEVft .

143 15.11 257.1' 168 Lot 60 75.08 moo 300 less W 15T of S Company, Inc. of NE'A lesSomence com

,. I. R. & Priscilla HorN Oak Hill.23PIA157.. ,' 6. Janie W. Green Oak Hill. PB A-167-: 153 as per *r 215 tt W of

b'k: Lot as.n 157.1' 148 Lot 41 75.00 moo 244.528 24840 720.08 SE cor. run N 15 ftWteACLS15ftE

i I. Maude Vlrnes Hill, PI A-167- 7. G. F. ft WUIadean Denton Oak Hill PB A-167- _. L H. ft Ruth .Haynes. 20920. N 100 of S .
:: lot 31 15.7251.11 141 Lot 66 75-00 225.00 (Hersftel 355' *f E 50 of W to PCS ft N 4 of UtC
'.' A. W. Dorothy Mixson t .
Hill PB A.161. 300- 100.10.11I Jarvl SoD also N
141. leg 34 IS.7I 257.11 ASSESSMENT ROLL ; 700 ft of See 33 less
IL A. Sadie 'Ia
Oak Hill. IS'A1&7.: FOR SANITARY SEWER EAST SIDE R-W as per OR 59-

161., Lets 3f &.10 In... Slut 1. H. W. ft Lucille Strickland 20-4-20 N 100 *f Sirr 471 ft less R-W OR

lit NW nth Street, from its intersection with NW 42nd Avenue to Its Intersection r of E 100- of w : .:! 46-302-304 ft less R-W
EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION with NW 41st Avenue. ; 430of SWVi efSWVfc : OR 181-425 ft less Utas
1. c. L. i Lleselotte Howard Magnolia Heights.PI '. :00,68 300... i per OR 173-7 ft

A.I67-Ua. Lat 30 Total length of line 478.68ft. 2.*Monc! W. Brunson "'-20. N 5T of S e less OR 217-166 210.00 140.00
Ilk D 100,00 300.00to Total front footage 1.650.60 ft. 177 of E 100' of W 3. McCoy Manufacturing Lot F N of 14m Ave.

R. P. Lillian Davlsworth MaonoI". Heights, Front footage to be assessed 1.650.00 ft. 430 st.oo 17.... Compeny, Inc. less S 10 acres
161. Lot 6.
BW Olio 1.00.DO 300.00 Rat of assessment S 3.00 per front ft. ASSESSMENT ROLL Jarvte $oD. 490.00 1.478.66

I. M. T. Mevalee Gibson Magnolia Heipkh, Total Assessment sxisoJH FOR SANITARY SEWER ASSESSMENTROl.L-
In. NW 391ti Avenue from its Intersection with NW 12th Drive to its fetcr-
.. L a. Jr. 1. A. H. ft Antoinette LanglolsX Oak: HID PB A10.101otd7&N11'.
R. Ruby Rowe. MIfnOI'HaigtfSo' section win NW 13th street. hi NE Sth Terrace. from Its intersection with NE 23rd Avenue to Its Miter.section .
P8 A.ID.I", Lot II. ; with North Main Street.
Bik D 100.00 301.00 091.0930 85.68 25X60
Total of lint
L A. L. i Janet ..wberey MAgftOIIe Hea..ts. T. C. ft Ruth HUM Oak Hilt PB ..10- Total length a* line 254.08- tt. Total front footage 2,893.75 ijceoort.
P8 D-1J. Lot ",. 148 Lee 50 less N 1Vi Total front footage 51166 ft.SUM ft.
alk D 100.0000 Ut 53 ,.... 420.00 Front footage to be assessed ft.f Frontage to to assessed 249175 ft. '

A C. K. & Dorothy Smith Magnolia Heights X Jessie W. Chasfeen Oak Hill PB A-147. Rate assessment 168 per front ftSI Rate tt Assessment 8 100 per front ft.
Total Assessment
PB D-12. Lot U. 148 Ut 54 7S.11:2S.01 ASSESSMENT ,539.80 14.2S1.25
,10LOD 300... .. V. O. ft Agnes Remmel Oak: HIM PB A-167- ASSESSMENT
7. J. D. & Mildred Mct.llum 148 Ut 5* 75... 22X00 NO. OWNER.
.. P8 D-12. Let 14.01k X R. H. ft Beverly Hendersona. Oak Hilt PB A147148 U Humble Oil- C*..," 20-9-20 at NE 1. G. E. ft Mary Dovl Jr. E 14ft Of W 8846ftef
center ef NW 13th
D 100.00 300.00 N 6264 ft S 659.4
0. H. W.: L Inez Pep *i OM HiB P. 'A-167- J. Oak Lot HHI 62 PB A-147. 75.10 mOl st. ft arm Ave as ft ef SWA ef SW'4.u.eo 1.178.00
L. ft Jo Crosby : "
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e 107 Lot 23 WI 257.11 : rvn 2. Gator Automatic Trans. Lisa Heights, PB f-
148 Lot 45 75.68
9. E. J. ".Gall Robertson Oak: Hill. PR A467; + mil t'.I 1- :. ISO E. ISO $. ISO 76. ...* 23 100.00 30008

166 Lot 26 IS.7I 257.11 EAST SIDE : ; S., : 'ft W. 1W to POB X C. M. Davis lnc. Inc. Use Heights PB E-
1. P. L ft Slrmopoutos .Oak Hill PB A147.US
10. H. L. MonIca Freese Oak Hill PI A-167- Kallop Ut 4 7X06 moo .- .. .......... as peror 244-528 150.01.sue 76 Lots 12 ft 1* 200.08 600.00
100. Lot 29 IS.7I Z51.1'
11. J. F. & Rosailss4! Asbell Oak Hill. B *467.t ... 2. F. R. ft Monica Bering Oak Hill PB A147168 It SOUTH SIDEDESCRIPTION .
Ut 4* 7X00 22X00 I -, t '. '
Lot PP IS.7t 257.11
E 'T. F. Gloria Hendonon- Oak A.167. X _C.w: ft Mary CrocUerd Oak: Hill PB A167168 0 1. R. M. ft Juanlta Sapp, 29-t-& eo.... 232 E. -;: a i EAST SIDE DESCRIPTION

: 141. Let I3.s"1S IS.7I I 257.1 Ut 54 7X00 moo :> ef NW earner of Sec .
U. J. H: Larinle Ellly Oak Hill. PI A-167- 4. D. S. ft Jean Rice Oak HID PB "167- 'f run S 190- E. 50J.. : U G. M. Davis. IDC '. Lisa Heights PB E- .
X aV 10 IX ... .'
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Lot 51.1' 22X804 :
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,, .: { D & H Company Has Developed

I 'Used For That Car Lot, Long-Known Neighborhood. : Cow. z- I Neighborhood Holding Center as a New ConceptThe

I service center !,the Neighborhood Service Center
D. & H. Holding mpa.: versified car

i Second Car Becomes a Service Center . : ; ny, developers and owners of, where_ she can get any kind I becomes the most complete
the Neighborhood Service Cen- of service, believe automotive service center il
) ter was organized in 1960. Head and Davis, In effect, they North Florida.
A to the used
new approach < There are service stations and f'f I is ,specializedauto
the center a
car sales field has been announced service centers. And, there's a < Robert F. Head Jr. is presi- say, store.' The company plans similar

this week by,the Neigh difference between them. f ., $. i'i ro-n.P'.:a: .',. dent and David Van Davis is' department service, center operations in th

- .j '.borhood Service Center in con- Dave Davis runs a service ti"1 ri 1..bti.%' :a,.\:F wreMYi' ..;f'4'd Sw+F HR'z "4?;;'. <.'.,.' ')-.w: i,Ci.,., + <&" <:',r t3',:'. : ', ;a vice president. With the addition of the Clean-!Gainesville area in the near fu
nection with their Open House : ? -'- /. 'f1+iFit "" < .n'. The'original.aim'of, the D. & Wash, they believe ture.NEIGHBORHOOD .
center- Neighborhood Service -t:4i: v :C.. r' : .... Arena I
and formal grand' opening of ...'tjtl.i'10'':.;'< I'"<'t < I their wash. Center, 637 NW 13th St.that :.- do-it-yourself car : '# "
offers nearly every service a I S.' ;: : t.' :' build and operate four or more
g, V1-i\ ,,;:': .1 ... ..J,,re1t.... >>, :r4''t service stations.
One facet of the diversified car,wner, would want, with a < <"Y"t< ?'.:' > .;,;. '
\\J .... automotive service operation specialist in each department.Davis .I i ;;: zi 31.:: ; Lai' +A'R.F 1:Y j : M.h However, after an intensive
will be a used car sales lot who 7
attended University
the '
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I k1x<(6<:<; 1-t. w study of living trends, the com
'' specializing in older cars1950 of Florida and a former : <.1 i j\{, i t
;, decided instead to convert
_, to 1955 models -to provide low 'civil engineer with the State r pany
\ the Neighborhood Service Cen-
... cost vehicles to families desire load Department, has been con t't
ter into a complete automotive
# ing a second car. nected with Neighborhood Service r service' center.

i A crew of expert mechanics since 1953, when it was onlya :
t service station,.was owned by '< Because families have IT
l from the regular staff of Neigh many JTii1 !
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C. T. Newberry. .
borhood Service Center will re- become 2 car families, the

::: condition the old buggies from Today a grand opening marks wife demands a completely di-

headlight to tail-light before put- completion of a coin operatedcar J : :'
wash department that al- aK 'R,7a:kTra..LWatbAA 9 Y? ; v
ting them on the sales lot, acCording R> .e +I

..'. to Ira C. Wright, man- so offers two attendants for A'.. :R ;;
washing, and
waxing polishing.
ager of.N.S.C. Auto Sales. C. D.
Davis also assumed
_, Tillis and Dave Davis, owner recently
retail distributorship for U. S.
and of the Center, will :
.. manager
tires in the He has
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complete the sales staff of the J:1
been in the tire business for the .. ,
__... used car division. < past> eight years here and now 4.aWi. .... :atYca ., 'ti.SRild Pbw
Used Car sales will be a sideline plaItS> to devote his full time to
Going over last minute details for today's grand opening are D and H Hold-
an-. to the main operation of retail sales. ing Company's officers Robert F. Head, Jr., left president and David Van
the Center to keep the mechanics He has come a long way since Davis Vice-president. Davis is a general manager of the Neighborhood Service ,
busy during lull periods, it 1953. He began work for New- Center, developed by the company.
was stated. And to keep an ample berry as an attendant and a SERVICE CENTER I
..4 stock of used cars on hand, year later became an active building that has become Neighborhood holding about 40 cars. Is Amos Lewis Jr. ,

e. .:.. the company is in the market to partner along with four other Service Center. "I have 11 men on the payroll \Aldl .cLe lubrication service on the completion of a most efficient
purchase good clean used cars service station men. In 1959 he This year he purchased about each specializing in his OWl :on every type of car, foreignand

.,. of nine to fourteen years vin- purchased the entire business, 6,500 square feet of land behind field," he said. They include: American is offered, with
' tage. and in 1960 bought the land and the center:! for a parking lot Ira C. Wright, service manager James Raseberry in charge. automotive service plant
Hour of operation are 7 a.m.
who.has been in business
to 9 for the service station
i about ,18 the last 13 at p.m.
years _
4 ; CONGRATULATIONS Neighborhood the automotive, "wellknown people in this by other; 8 service a.m. to facilities 6 p.m. for during the ;i '

the week and,8 a.m. to noon on 11
area, according to Davis. Four '
.. I Saturday; 8 am. to 6j>jn.every r..- \. -
... .
men under Wright operate ti he c ;
day but Monday for the car I i ) ,
r Texaco service station part of! ...
Service Center I
Neighborhood i holding about 40 cars.

"I have 11 men on the payroll wash.R. '
; I I each specializing in his own F. Head lu tIj ". Custom

Houses from the new 40'car parking lot were moved by us. 'field," he said. They include: !

Ira C. Wright, service manag.

Your Business Property Will Be More Davis' business. StateAll ,- Building

In the front end department, Of

Valuable With Movable Buildings Relocated C. D. Tillis, another long-time

Neighborhood man, is in charge ,
Robert F. Head Jr., president
with John Beville assisting a
I of,D. &:H. Holding company is
him. The front end department
I a full time factory representative
includes two Bear Telaliners for
in farm and light indus-,
wheel alignment."We .
ESTIMATES WORKMANSHIPWe in referral trial equipment, covering the Specialty
entire state of Florida for five
0 front end work for other service
manufacturers. His favorite
stations and garages in the hobby' is golf.A .
Buy And Sell area," ,he said.
''I native of Georgia and grad
I Tune-ups brake and air -conditioning uate of Georgia Tech, He ad

i i Moveable and ffous'se1 i services have been moved to Gainesville 12 years
,Buildings Kenneth Ahrens for
handled by
ago. He lives at 321 N. W. 31st
the"past 10 years. Street with his wife and 2 chil- RIDGWAYCONSTRUCTION

{1 Bob Bonesio heads the carwash dren. His wife; Frances is a
department. His assistant well-known musician in the .

JAMES W. GREENE area, as script writer and con- ,

David Davis ductor"Melody of in the" program COMPANY

j 51' 4" at ,' HOUSEMOVERS A 'Vefe'ranDealer bers The of Heads Gainesville's are active mem-Fi rst General Contractor

t Presbyterian Church, where

1118 S.W. 5th AVE. GAINESVILLE( FR, 2-8747 Robert is a Deacon and Fran 911 N.W. 20th Terrace FR 2.8965
ces is president of the "Womenof I

1' David Van Davis, vicepresident -.I the Church." I jJ

of D & H Holding company Y
and manager of the Neigh-

f x. g r. ._ borhood Service Center, is a native -
: Floridian.He v.L ,a vA
.f5 is 31 years old and has

] : 7 been a Texaco dealer here for

11 years. He was manager of
the Neighborhood Service Station -

before its enlargement into ::,
an automotive service center. < : I Ig

i S s E Associated with David in the '
1 :ct, 3 management of the Center: are
1 1Ili his ,wife, Faye, secretary and "

: treasurer of the company, and ; .
-- i his mother,' Mellie vicepresident ;

and office manager.
s 3 David met his wife white they !ua f. J
were both students at the University : i
of Florida. They are now < .

parents of two boys, and two

girls The family's favorite pas TOO
1 .. Ir.-E j,.. times are hunting and fishing. SERVICE, '

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-. MSrnW r. Armory At IS OUR WATCHWORD

1 Starke Due
I r.
.ytiG.s fe
.. To ,Start Soon
\C\ .
STARKE Start of construction
it -. % x n ,b. My.: a
; Starke Armory
on a new
YYs about' Jan. 1 was forecast by '
1 I IyRey
c,,- Major General Henry W. Mc- tAGY.0
Millan adjutant general of the

-. Florida National Guard, during

.. ::K a visit at Camp Blanding. t.OWCOST
"Prospects for the new building '
H2 I
.. ? are excellent," Gen. Mc-
g mc Millan said. The project has
: state number one priority andit
is In 'the proposed federal AUTOLOANS

budget, ,
"If it gets budget approval, i iv

well go ahead with the plans,

ask 'for bids in the fall, and
.. start construction some time
rr around the first of the year."

He said the contractor will I

have about 120 days to com-
plete the building and that If a

ADD A PHONE..ADD A LOT TO LIVING, all goes be in well use,a the year new from Armorywill now.Local ;; ..
< More And More Cars Are Being

: Happy families these. They believe phonesare
Join the Stepsavers. libraries Bought With An Auto Loan f.

: ': for reaching,not for running. So they have phones in the likeliest places

;,. where families gather, relax or work most. Kitchen. Bedroom.**Florida Close July 4 From-1;
: : room. Workshop. Let colorful extension phones subtract steps, add The Gainesville Public Li-
brary and the Carver Library

: : pleasure in ,your life. Call your Telephone Company BnOffice. will be closed on July 3 and
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4 in
commemoration of the

:. for,.-,deta' _.._ ".... .j tr"IIfrJ. "if- ,, !" ,., 'J .'." Fourth: of July. '

: -: 'Southern.( se ll The Santa Fe Regional Bookmobile
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: fc It'.- on Friday, July 3.'The
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.: _oJ. >.- ExercIse your Hawthorne Rochelle, Hilkrest s !
1 :w' y ri ht' s itlz! : be surq1toJeglster nd vote this year Court '(on Hawthorne Ro a d). Pri

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I 1lTwins'! Allison .

: Getting His Hits ; To Losing Dodgers

Monday,, June 29, 1964 15Suburban.

By HAL BOCK- -- -,- .-- rors for his first game victory.The .

By DICK COUcii'I Kennedy booted a grounder and jjjjjfjfM ted Press Sports: Writer ? Braves scored six runs in

.Aisoclated Press Sports Writer Don Lock dropped a fly ball the first inning against Met

j : after Brooks Robinson's leadoff O'Dell has a pain in his rookie Darrell Sutherland and
Bob Allison hasn't done much the Los
single. Willie Kirkland drove in Angeles Dodg then held off a late New York
i; broken field, running since his time look
\ one run with a sacrifice fly and every they at rally for their first game vic
J :COllege; football days but he's League standings. Pi ,
the other scored on Lock's mis. tory. Ron Hunt had four hits for
Jeadjng a chase sidelined most of the
I merry today., the Mets.

I j 1i former,Kansas fullback is cue. with the neck ailment,

.! showing his heels to the Ameri- Tom 'Tresh hit a grand slam .crimp on ninth inning IF t In the second game, Rico

ii t | can League. homer in the eighth inning of' Field of 'Top rally Sunday and pre Carty and Hank, Aaron ripped

.t > Allison cracked a 1-0 San Francisco vie- three-run homers and
; a single and the opener as the Yanks over Tony

1\ his 20th home run in the Twins' took the Tigers. Two homers by' I! which'' vaulted' the Giants Cloninger fired a six-hitter to

j:" J i 9-3 victory over Chicago Sunday, -_ -- .4 Don Demeter and another by By ORLO ROBERTSON :cap at Hollywood league lead and dumped 1% beat Frank Lary.

extending a consecutive game -r__ Dick McAuliffe had powered Detroit Associated Press Sports Writer I$40,000-added Stars : champion. Dodgers, Rose Hits

| hitting streak to 19 and lifting to an early 6-2 lead. The horse race of the year is Handicap ,at place. Pete Rose stroked three

'h i his batting average to .340, tops shaping up for July 4 with the :lEach is at '1% miles ,Herbel had blanked the straight singles to pace Cincin-

( J iatheAL.j It I Gates Brown's seventh inning 78th running of,the $100,000-add- n race on. the for eight innings before nati's first game victory. The

rf j, Allison's season average has ; : homer broke up the nightcap ed Suburban Handicap at Aque- .got a run ,off Don : Reds' second baseman had a

f after the Tigers blew a 6-2 ad- duct. Last; Saturday's on ,two ,hits, -a walk string of seven straight hits
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zoomed 50 points, from .290, t1'
j vantage. Joe Sparma relieved saw favorites Cepeda's sacrifice : c broken when reliever Roy Face
during the burst He has hit seven :
line-up the
The for
starter Mickey Lolich in the 114-mile wayside for the needed 'just three fanned him in the fifth inning.

.: \ nomers ana as many BOB ALLISON sixth, stopped the Yanks the event will not be determineduntil cept' in the. '$22,000 ;! outs for the'victory.. He Cincinnati pounded five Pirate
doubles': driven in 11 and
runs leads AL in hitting rest of the way and picked ,up owners and trainers- con State Handicap at get any of them.. BILLY O'DELL pitchers for 11 hits in the opener. -
scored 14 for a league-leading fer after the 'pains' Dodgers
looking over

: total of..55.After .. sas City blanked Los Angeles 4-0 II. his first major league verdict. weights to be announced today. Park ,which Mongo, Bases Leaded The Giant run came in the 1 The. Reds completed the

j : Zoilo Versalles' eighth in a single game. Mantilla Socks But the field of 10 or so is expected course champion, Fairly and Frank How eighth after singles by Harvey sweep exploding.for five runs in

,, homer snapped a 3-3 tie in the Minnesota scored six runs ,in Felix Mantilla hit two'homers to include Kelso: Oden competition ,after, a the Dodg ninth Kuenn and Willie Mays and an the third inning and then hold

seventh ,inning, Harmon Kille- all during the seventh inning up- in the Boston-Cleveland opener, Times, Iron Peg, Garwol, Smart layoff I and easily and Giant Manager i intentional .walk to Duke Snider ing off a late Pirate surge paced

4 brew preceded Allison's shot rising assuring reliever :Al Frank Malzone slugged a pairin and a pair of 3-year-olds rivals. Dark'lifted Herbel. O'Dell loaded the bases. by homers by Willie Stargell

I' with a two-run 410-foot wallop the. second game and Dick Quadrangle 'and Malicious. No on and when John Rose. Cepeda cracked a Drysdale and Jim Pagliaroni.
who the
II his 27th-into the bleachers. Worthington, joined Radatz came- out of the bullpen 3-year-old: has won the second Dandy K.a for a hit loading the pitch deep to right field and Chicago' got home run power
club few of his
only a days ago,
Elsewhere, Baltimore extend first American twice to save Red Sox victories. leg-of New York's handicap Triple -Kentucky Derby, Billy might've wished he Howard'made a spectacularcatch from Ernie Banks, Billy Cowan

Y t ed Its winning streak, to six League victory.The Cleveland's Leon Wagner hit Crown since Crusader in his.:fine' workouts 'place except the Can- saving an extra base hit. and Dick Bertell to make Bob

tz, games and its league lead to White ,Sox did all their his .16th and 17th homers in the voted' Roman Park mound. But Jesus Alou, running for Buhl's ninth victory easy

J i four,with a 6-4 victory over scoring in the sixth on four sin. first game. Al Smith and Dick 1926.Kelso, winner hi 1961 and last up in the Belmont' ; .O'Dell bore down and fed Kuenn, scored after the catch, against the Colts in the opener.

Washington while second place gles and a hit batsman. Gerry Donovan connected the' Indians year with 133 pounds ,up 'each 2tt lengths in ,the- $ a slider which the giving Herbel, O'Dell and the John Bateman and Walt Bond

\b New York divided a doublehead- McNertney drove hi.two runs in the afterpiece.- time and second in 1962 with 132 cagoan at Arlington. infielder popped up. Giants the only run they needed. connected for Houston.

I' er with Detroit. The Yanks took and Dave ''Nicholson the other. Two unearned runs and Diego pounds, probably will be handicapper -paid $10. hitter Lee Walls fanned The Phillies made six errors Ron Santo tied up the night-

the opener 8-6, the Tigers the Th e Orioles sent Washington !Segui's' five-hit pitching helpedthe : Tommy Trotter's choiceto I Lt. Stevens ran in fast ball and, M ury Wills in the second game and the cap with a two-out homer in the

ii', nightcap 6-5. reeling to its. sixth straight loss Athletics stymie the no-long carry top weight. Kelso stakes race' after i out leaving the three I Cards unleased a 14-hit attack ninth but the Colts won it with

I I Boston. swept a pair from 'by pushing over a pair of unearned 'er hot Angels. After Lenny showed two dull races in'California victories and stranded. four of them by Bill White, for three runs in the 10th, two of

dk '1 : Cleveland 8-5 and 4-3 and Kan- .runs in the eighth. John Green dropped a fly ball in the in his first two starts this $29,300 Saranac I the second game -victory. Short them on Bond's second homerof
Phillies slipped to second I
first inning Jimenez but back to win at for a $10.30 overcame three Philadelphia er- the day.
: Manny year came 8-2 nightcap loss ______ _
doubled a run home and Bill Aqueduct last Thursday with a Close By, rated at -
I : ;I American League nx: Bryan followed with a triple. fine effort in .a,1%-mile ,warm- the season as Rex hurled, a five-hit after shutout Chris

_____ ___ Nelson Mathews homered for up. best 3-year-old, the opener 5-0.

4 the A's as Los,Angeles droppedits Also scheduled for the July 4 through' in ,taking I

S First 6am I BALTIMORE WASHINGTON second straight after an 11- card are such rich events as the Cinema Handicap at in:the NL, Milwau
BOSTON abrbbi abrhbi
obrhM obrhbl : Brandt cf 4l2OLockcf 4121 game winning string.First $50,000-added American HandiLenta Park. He returned $ two from New York
Howser n 5011 Jones 2b 4000 Johnson u 2111 Blas'ame 2b 4 0 0 0 9-0; Cincinnati ended a
Davallllo cf 4010 Radatz p 1012' Saverlne ss 1000 Zlmmer pn 1000
Wagner If 4222 Mantilla If 5233 Powell H, 4100 Hinton If 5010 ,Pittsburgh winning
Romano c 3000 Y'trz'skl cf 2000 Clmoll 0000 King rf 4122
Whitfield Ib :3020 Stuart Ib 4111 Siebern Ib 3111 Phillips Ib 2000 with a double victory, 6-2 AMERICAN LEAGUE
4 Saron pr-lD 0000 Thomas rf 4120 Robinson 3b3lllKennedy3b 5110 Uses Palmer Putter .and and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW
4 Chicago Hous W U Pc?. C.B. L Pet. 6.B.
Moran 3b 4110 Malzone 3b 4220 Orslno c 4111 Brumley c 4000 I
Smith rf 411 Bressoud u 3100 Kirkland rf 1001 Brtnkman ss 4 1 1 0 the Cubs winning the Baltimore 45 25 .60 JACKSONVILLE 43 .31 .Ml
Brown 2b 4100 Nixon c 3022 Adair 2b 3000 Koch p 0000 New York -
10-2 and the Colts 40 28 JSS 4 Rochester 39 29 .574 1
Ramos 1000 Wilson 0100 Bunker 2 00 Stenhouse 1000
p pr
p p
I' Chance ph 101 Tinman c 1 000 Lau ph 1000 Skowron ph 1 0 1 0 the 4-1 in 10 in Chicago 37 29.561 4 Toronto 39 31 JJ7 2
Minnesota 38 34 .52$ 0 Syracuse 38 31 .551 2 0000 Lamabe 2010 Starrette 1000 Cottier .Jb 0 0 0 0
I. pr p p pr To Beat Arnie in Boston 35 37 .486 11 Buffalo 38 32 .543 3
1 Stange p 1000 Sch'ng ph-2b 0000 Tatals 2f < S Totals 3543<< PlayoffBy Ceveland '33 35 .45 11 Richmond 32 39.451 W
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\ Totals ph 3433<< Totals 33 012 0 Baltimore ................. 300 000 120 Los Angeles 35 39 .473 12 Columbus 2* 40 .ro livt
I .............. 200 101 009 4E Detroit 32 36 .471 12 Atlanta 23 a .324 livt
Washington -
te Cleveland ............. ooo 121 100-5 Washington 29 4, .392 U Yesterday's r ,..
I Boston ................. 031 000 2JxE -Adalr. Kennedy. Lock.' DP-Baltimore FRITZ HOWELL $12,000. another on No. 16. I Risks Kansas City. 23 44 .3S It Rochester 5-4, Jacksonv.l; : 21

!a -None. DP-Cleveland 2. Boston 1. Washington 1. Washington 11.28BrandO 1. LOB-Baltimore 6, Associated Press Sports Writer Arnie and Jack Nicklaus, at He was one ahead Kansas City Saturday's 2. Lot Angeles ResIts: 1 Columbus Richmond 4-3 Il-I.Toronto Buffalo 2 2.1 2
Boston 6.
i i2B
LOB-Cleveland 5.
Il -Howser, Nixon. HR-Wagner 2 (17), I Robinson Lock.. Brinkman. CLEVELAND (CAP) Arnold the end of 54 holes, were dead. 18, where he stuck his New York Yesterdays 15, Detroit Results 4-4 Syracuse 12-1, Atlanta Games 34Today's
HR-Johnson (J II.) King (1U S-Johnson
1 Stuart ii). Mantilla 2 (7). S-Schilllng
k( IP H R ERBBSO 2. Robinson Stenhouse. SF-Siebern. Kirk Palmer will be a bit more care locked at 11-under-par 202 and six feet from the I Chance Boston .-., Cleveland, 5-3 Jacksonville Atlanta at Columbus
Baltimore t Washington 4 at Richmond
I Ramos ......... 2 5. 4 1 1 and. three strokes ahead of the field. for A"r ., Rochester
I Bell ........... 2 0 0 0 0 2 : IP H R ERBBSO ful in the future about lending shooting a, Minnesota Chicago 3 ,- at Buffalo
Bunker ......._ 4 6 4 3 3 3 Nicklaus fell out of it the Kansas City 4, Los. Angeles 0 Syracuse at Toronto
c Stange. L. 3-7 ... 223 5 2 2 1 0 putters to competitors. _on if he could sink it, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Starrette, W. 10.1132 0 0 2 1HIli .
.... 1132 2 2 1 0
5.1'I Lamabe Abernathy........ .62.3' 5 5 1 2 ............. 1230 0 0 0 2Koch About six weeks ago Tony first hole of the final round, taking -also force Palmer, Cotton," the 37-year-old: Today's Games .. FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE
Minnesota (Pascual IM at Baltimore W L Pet. .
0 ........ 1 3 3 3 2 0 CB.Ft.
130 0 0 0
'1 I Spanswlck.Radatz .W......23.. 2 0 0 5 1 3 :tenhouse, L, 0-3.6133: 3 1 3 ..2Kline I Lema broke the weapon he had a bogey to Palmer's birdie pair of threesomes from Seattle, risks a (Roberts 5-4), night
,.,.,., .. 2.3 0 0 0 1 -and close to making Chicago Peters 1-3) at Cleveland Kra- Lauderdale 2 I 1.000 _
v Ramos faced Radatz 2 men(White'ield In 3rd.), by Abernathy arum --.----?-.1' : 0 0 0 0 been using on the greens, and never came birdie the last,two chance at the light lick 0-2), night, Lakeland 1 0 1.000 Va
p HBP-By(Bressoud). T-2:25. Koch faced 1 man In 2nd.HBPBy big-hearted Arnie lent him one up the two strokes. But the_ putt rolled title Friday night Kansas City (Bowsfield 13) at Boston Orlando 1 0 1000
Game King (Bunker). T-2:<41.< A- (Wilson 7-3) night St. Petersburg 1 1 .500 1
(r. CLEVELAND Second BOSTON 4,445. of his own.Sunday But Lema, waving his putter es past the cup. He; he,faces, Wayne Thornton Detroit Regan 3-1) at Washington (Os- Sarasola 1 1 .500 t
abrhbl abrhbl in come-from- like a magic wand then stepped about it-but the teen 5-4)). night Tampa 0 1 .000 IV*
Ie CHICAGO MINNESOTA a great : ,,,Calif. in a television Only games scheduled. Daytona Beach 0 1 .000 IV)
cj Davallllo Howser cf IOllJones2b 4020 Mantilla If 4120 4010 abrhbi abrhbiH'shb'ger behind effort, and 'in an extra- into the act.. He 'sank putts of also stayed out ,and at New York's Madi Miami 0 2 .000 2

_l Wagner If 4000 Y'trze'skl cf 4 0 3 2 H 1 0 0 Versalles ss 5221 hole sudden death 15 15 8 5 and 18 feet for five Palmer TomerraWs Games
Whltfleld Ib 4010 Stuart Ib 4000 '. C'n'm ph-lb 2000 Rollins 3b 5121 playoff, Tony ,, bogey. paired : ; are :Garden., Minnesota at Baltimore Yesterdays Results

V Ii Salmnpr-lb0000Thomas rf 4040 Buford LandIs' cf 2b All 4010 0 Kiliebrew rf If 5000 3112 used the borrowed club to beat straight birdies to end the front and almost won'it, Chicago Kansas City at Cleveland at Boston, N Orlando Tampa at at Lakeland Daytona pod Beach. rain ppd

ti Smith Moran rt 3b 4111 4140 Malzone Bressoud 3b ss 3222 3000 Ward 3b 4010 Allison Ib 2221 Palmer out of the $20,000 top nine-and he was deadlockedwith hit the back of the over the body-bang Detroit at Washington N Fort Lauderdale 2, Miami 0

I 1 Aicu c 4000 Tillman c 3000 Hansen Nicholson IS If'' 3111 3110 Hall Henry cf e 4211McCraw 4120 prize in the $100,000 Cleveland Palmer. He birdied No. 14 and stayed out. They an should clinch Los Angeles at New York 2. twi-nlght St. Petenburgh f, Sarasota Games ITodays

I I Brown Donovan 2b I llllRadazp 02 Monb'q't p 2100 1000 Mlnoso ph Ib 200 0000 o Snyder Stigman 2b 2000 4023 Open Golf Tournament. Palmer with a 40-footer, and got downin 270, or 14 under 's bid for the shot at ,NATIONAL, LEAGUE W L Pcf. :OB Orlando Fort Lauderdale at Tampa at Sarasota

'I F,, Chance Francon: ph p 1000 1000 Stephens ph 1000 Worth'ton.p p 2 0 0 0 settled for second place and two strokes from 45 feet for Highland Park layout. Willie ,Pastrano, San Fran.. 44 27 .620 Miami at St. Petersburg
Daytona Beach at
31454 MNerIneycIOl2 since' Bobo Olson Philaphia 42 26 '11 Vi Lakeland
I Totals 34 3II 3 was
Talbot p 2000Rob'onphrfIOO Pittsburgh 38 31 .551 5
1 Cleveland ...............Ill 008 208-3 0 I by Johnny Persol 'on Cincinnati: 37 33 .52 j Boston ...................812 10* OOx-4<< Totals 3233 Totals 34 111 T 20. Chicago 34 33 .507 I

E;.Brown. DP-Boston 2. LOB-Clev- Chicago ................ sos M3 too::* St. Louis 36 34 .500 .Vi
Milwaukee 34 37 .47 10
land '. Boston 4. Minnesota ,. .., ... .. 07* 010 OOxE -' was en route to a title Houston 3433.46411Los << :
2B Morn 2. Whltetleld, Jones. Yastr- -
lemskl- HR-Donovan (1) Smith (3), -None. DP-Minnesota. 1. LOB-Chicago he was upset by Pet. Angeles '33 38 .445 11
New York 21 53 .284 24 -
7 Minnesota 6. .
Malzone (I). the Garden Feb. 21. But Yesterday's Resu'ts '
If H R ERBBSO 2B-Snyder. Allison Henry. HR-Ver. "
Dcnovan.L3-S.. .4 7. 3 0 4 salles (I). Kiliebrew (27). Allison (20). bout, the old-timer Milwaukee 70. New York .M
........ SB-Versalles. Philadelphia 5-2. St. Louis C *
Bell ... 2 1 0 0 0 3Monb'q't. out Persol in the fourth
.. W. 3-7 6 1-3' 3 3 0 3 IP H It ER BB SO Cincinnati U. Pittsburgh 2-'
Radatx ....... 22.3 2 0. S 0 4 Talbot ......... 5 5 3 3 1 3 Cam I First Cam McDanlel, L. M .'11-32 and zoomed right back Chicago 10-1 Houston 2-4
T212A2O.7I0.. Fisher L. 3-2.12-3. 4 422 CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH NEW YORK MILWAUKEE Snantz ........... 2-3 1 2nd lIme 10 Innings
First Cam Kreutzer ....... 1-3 3 2 2 0 0 abrhbl abrkM'I abrhbl lit ,. III 1 Nottebart. faced one man contention. is ranked San Francisco 1, Los Angeles I
Mossl ........ Todays Games
DETROIT NEW YORK l' 0 0 0 0 1 Rose Smith
2b SlIlSchoetleIdssSO3O ss 2101 Mathews 3b 4115 T244. A-21tS4.
the World Asso
_ Boxing
Stigman ...... Cincinnati (O'Toole at Bur.
M Chicago
513 S
3 3, 4
'I alt r h bi ab r k bl 3 Keough 3120 Vierdon cf 5010 Gonder ph 1000 Menk* ss 4110 First earn -
I Lump 2b SOil Llnx 3b 3210, Worth'ton, W, 103231: 0 0 0 4 Pinson cf 4112 Clemente rf 5 0 2 0 Hunter p 0000 Aaron rf 5122 PHILADELPHIA ST. while Thornton Is ranked den 4-1)
e Wood Ib lllORIcWdson2b2lOl A-2J.485.HBP-By Stigman (Minoso). T-3:01. Coleman Ib 4001 Stargell Ib 5000 Elliot ph l000MaysCf 3100 brhM Milwaukee Washbum(Schneider 3-4). night 11) at St. Louis
Cash ph 0000 Marls rf 5010 Johnson Ib 0000 Lynch If 4111 Kran'pooIlbS22OCIinecf 0000 T.Taylor Jb 3310 Flood
Kalln rf 4130 Mantle cf 3111 SATURDAY Robinson U 4 0 1 1 Burgess c 4020 Hunt 2b Sil2Torrec 3000Chrrpher Hermstn Ib 3 0 2 1 Brock : :on''was knocked out of Philadelphia(Bruce 7-4),(Mahaffey 7.2) at Houston
NIGHT night
', Freehan C 4021 Tresh I If 5125 GAME Cardenas ss 3 1 1 0 Frees 3b 4110 rf 4 0 2 1 Oliver Ib 4232 Callison rf SI32Groat
Demeter If 5233 Howard c 5140 KANSAS CITY LOS ANGELES Boros 3b 4111 Mazer-ski 2b 4 0 2 1 Altman' If 5012 Carty If 3121 Allen 3b SSOSBoyer .for'a title, scrap by Pittsburgh(Miller (Gibbon. 5-2) at Los Angeles ATTHEGAS
abrkbl 4.1)
Wert 3b :3110 Pepltonc Ib 4000 .brkbl Smith c I000Lawp 0000 Taylor c 5010 Boiling 2b 3021 Amaro 3b OOOOWhlte night I
Thomas cf 4010 Boyer ss 4120 Causey ss 5000 Piersall If 1110 Tsitowns p 4110 Bailey ph 1000 Hlckman cf 4 1 1 0 Lemaster p 2001 Cater If 5110 James to Argentina's Gre- New York (Fisher 5-4) at San FranCisco -
( MeAuliffe u 4 1 1 1 Hamilton p 2010 Colavito Mathews 4000Power3b 4000 Fece p lOSS Samuel 3b-ss 4130 DelaHoz ph 1050 Rolas cf 4110 Peralta and Olson. His (Bolin 12) nightTemsrreWs WELL
Rakow p :3000 Blanci-d: ph 1011 rf 3000 Fregosi ss :3018 Clenden'n ph 1 0 1 0 Sutherland p 0 0 0 0 Triandos t 4.2 'Uechr Games
Fox p 1000 ReinlH pr 0000 Jimnez If 3000 Clinton H 2000 Alley ph 1000 Wakefield p 1 0 0 0 Wine ss 3101 is 30-6-2, including 19 Cincinnati at ChicagoMIIWOUIIOS
Lopez ph 1110 Tartabull If 0 1 0 Smith, ph 1000 ToUli 35 i 11 6 Tatals 4* 213 2 srph'n ph-3b 1000Tata Short p 2011 : : at St. Lewi '
Bryanc' Cotton's record Is New York at San Francisco
Gonzalez Ib 0000Tatars 3 0 0 Adceck Ib 4010 :s 38 414 4 Totals 32 711 7

J74U4 Totals 35 1141Dtr Charles Joseph Ib 3b 2"3100) 0 Pearson pr 0000 Cincinnati ................ 03* X* Kt-4 New York ................. 04 *M *W-4 I ,, including .23 knockouts. Oily Philadelphia game scheduled at Houston, N
Perry cf
it .. .. .. .. .........1.. 211 000-4 Williams 2b 3020 Green ph 3000 100 Pittsburgh ................ 100 20* 0-4. Milwaukee ............... 4M OM itx-? TetaU 33SllSTotals
New York ... ... .. .......200 Ml MX- O'D'n'hue p 401 Rodgers x-Awarded first base on
I c 3010 E-None. LOB-Cincinnati S. Pittsburgh Htckman. Stephenson. Menke. DP- terference in 7th Inning.
E-p.pton.. Llnz. DP Detroit 2. New Knoop 2b 2 ole 11. New Hark 2. Milwaukee 1. LOB-New '
York 2. LOB-Detroit I. New York 11. Chance: p 2000 2B-Cardenas. Boros Plnson, Freese. York f, Milwaukee 8. Philadelphia .............- I
2b-Tresh. HR-Demeter 2 (I). McAul Totals S Toresph 1000 HR-Lynch (i). SB-Robinson. 28-Hunt. Carty. 38-Oliver. S-Wake- St. Latlfe ................. -&
1 (11) Tresh (I). Freehan.. Richardson. : 30241T.tals 30151 IP H R ERBBSO field. SF-Master. ,, ,
SF-Richardson. I Kansas City lOt .ei* oi-i Tsitourb W. 4-5 ..., 13 2 2 0 I IP H R Ell II SO .- :=: .
IP H R ER BB SO L!$_Angeles >00 00 0l-\ Law. L, 4-4 .......11-3' 3 3 1 0 Suttrtand.L.S-l 1.3 3 S 5 2 1 Triandos 2, .':; ; ***
Aoulrr* ......... 1-3 2 2 2 2 Buters ...........12-3. 5 S 12 Wakefield ....... 42-3 5 1 1 3 2 St. Louis I. -
Rakow 5 .7 2 2 2 :I E-Fregosl, Charles. DP -Kansas City Sisk -.......,..... 2-3. :I 3 1 I Hunter .......... 3 3 1 1 S 1 Louis 4. I
Fox..2 3 2 2 1 1SherTY. 2. Les Angeles 2. LOB-Kansas City I, Face ............2 H' S S 23 Lemaster. W. 1-5.7 4 3 2 S 2B-Triandos. SB-Brock.
L, 4-5... 2-31 2 2 1 1 Los Angeles 3.SBCharles. Priddy ..........3 1 0 B I 2 Tlefenauer ..._. 2 5 2 2 S rnstein. Short. SF-Short. I. SPECIAL -
Hamilton ...... 413 5 4 1 2 X TartabulL S-Clinton, WP-Faca. Tsitourls. T-3:04.Secend HBP-By Wakefield Torre; by Lemas IP M .
Terry ......... 12.32 1 1 0 0 Bryan. ter. Smith. WP-Wlkefl.1d, Lemaster 2. Short W 4-4 ......T 5. BRAKES
Williams. W. 12.2 I S 0 1 2 IP H. ER cam PB-Taylor. T-2:3 > Cw.ItarLS-l..7
VMkkelsen ... 1 200Secend 0 O'DonogPfue.W.34$135 I 0 2 $5 CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH R. Taylor ..;....2 2
.T257. Wyatt, 2-3. 0 0 05 abrbbi abrhbi. First Cam* T-2:22. RELINED
Cam Ch.nceL- I. 1 1 3 7 ROM 2b 4SloSchofleldssS 1 II HOUSTON CHICAGO
DETROIT NEW YORK Oslnskl 1 0 1 1 3 3 Keough 5120 Mota cf 5020Plnson rbrhbi .brbW Sat and Cam
brhM abrhbl WP- sirekt. T-2:21. AI7.14s.Students cf 4220 Clemente rf 4 0 22 Spangler- I500A'IfltanoIb 5021 PHILADELPHIA ST. witk
Bruton cf S23OUnz3b 5 lie Robinson If 312IStareIIib 5121 Fox 2b r 4000 Stewart ss 5008 brhM
Brown If S222RIcWdson2bSll0 Johnson IDS 5010 Lynch If 4120 Gaines rf I550WIIIIamsIf 5000 Taylor Jb IllIFlood TIRE SALE Bonded 1495
Thomas If 0000 Lopez rf-lf 5120 Edwards Ill3Bailey3b: 4000 Bond If 4121 Santo 3b 4110Aspro'te Roles Cf 4020Breck LiningFodPIymovtIi.Clisv..R
K.aIiAsrf 4110 Mantle cf 3123 Cardenas ss 3122 Mazer'&ki 2b 4 0 0 0 3b 4000 Banks Ib 4332 Callison rf 3000 Whit >> ..41cr
Cashlb :3I23Tresh If 2000 Bores 36 3SllPagIIarontc3 1 12 Roberts 3000 GabClson rf 433 Allen 3b 4121 Boyer
Lwnpa2b 4011 Gonzalez$ If iso 0 Maloney lSllFriendp. 0000 Llllis ss 2lilCcwaacf 4231 Cater If 4011
McAullft U 4 0 1 0 Marts ph-rf 2000 AIleypli 1000; Bateman IIllBerteIIc 4113 Sievers Ib 3010
Wert 35 :3OSSHowardc 5011Roarfce Butters p 1000Burgess Brown p 25SIBlp 3021 WIne ss Groat
C 2000 Pepltone Ib 4020 Fidps WinMedical ph 1000Vlravm Staub ph ISIS Dalrympl c 2 0 0 Javier 6.70x15 7.SOX14
Demeter ph 'I 0 0 Boyer si 4120' ph 1110Tatals JTtal 30242 Total 3010 IS 1* Trfdos ph-c-2000 LAcKWALL B CKWALL
Sparma 1000 Sheldon p 2011Lellch 37 413 4 Totals 30 i 12 5CmckMatl CHIP p 2000 ,
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p 1110BIancWd ph 0005FreeWnpb.c2000Dowilngpr Studentidoj Sun. ...._.......... MS *M Ml-tPttsburth CMeag .- _.... OM 121 4>-U Tatals* 2 83 Totals
0550 ................ 100 900 001-< Beyer awarded first tes*
Tatals 354104 Tatals 38S12S ndTYaining Center E-Fox.
I 6-1,.Fulps DP-CMcago k LOB-Hovsion
I Detroit .. .... ...._.- 30) OM It*-t Radiator E-MazeroskJ. DP-.Pittsburgh X LOB. X Chicago 5.25Ainslfttaiio Ih.Miwca.PkIsIstI
I g.wYt .n.............."...., 20* 1X0 0**-5E Unbeaten by; Cincinnati 10, Pittsburgh .. 2. Banks r HR-Bond -..-...-.. $865 $1095
topping General Electric 7-2 -Keough. Edwards. Cardenas. SBSchofleld. (10) Baseman (4) Banks (10) Cowan fill St. Ud ,.._.;.......u.. <475 fU'n Fsria3G'a
-None LOB-Detroit 5. New York 10. ., HR-Stargell (11) PagtUronl BartoN U). SB-Cabrtciso 2. Cowan. If -
2B-8urton. Brown. Richardson. Mantle. and Gainesville Gas won a for.' (3). SB Cardenas. SF Clemente. I-Buhl., ? 'E-Sivrs. DaJrympte 2, -
JB Mantle. HR-Cash (II). Brown Cardenas. IF II.
Boyer feit ERBBSd scntm ...... DP- MUFFLERSGUARANTEED
from Smith
(4). SBBrUO'Wit, Sheldon. SF- Sinclair Saturday IP M CRBBSO ,BrennL.1-.42.33 S S S 2 u -Philadelphia
Cash. night in Business Maloney W. 4-0 ..7 10 A A 1 7 Larsen ........31-31. 1.1 Il taut Brock, Aflwv Tcytor. acceptable! trade with acceptable trades FOR
IP H R ER BB SO League Elr.* .............12-32 1 1 Si Larsen ......... 21-3 1 1 1 5 1 28- IP..
Loilch ....-...... S 1* 5 S 1 2 Softball games at City-Park. McCool, ...--?_? 1-300 S S 1 Yelien S. 4 5 o culp.-.I-6..7 11 THE LIFE OF CAR
Sparma. W. 1-1 ... 4 2. I 2 2 Friend. U 4-7 .... 3 5 I 1 2 Jones ...... 1 0 aldVchwn .... 1 3 I I4 .
4 1 8ttartord Butters .. W.'H. : ; ::1 .p
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KANSAS CITY LOS S ey. T-%:40. A-I1.7S3. s.c.N Gains LOS ANGELES SAM
p ,abr b bi .lrbICauseyu'3001Gre.l.C' runs. O'Leary had double and Sicead Cam HOUSTON CHICAGO arhM :00x13Esckw'ofl 75014'iirs
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Williams 20, Ill Latman Samuelu
p hits for 4S2STorrsc 4230Caifzar AspfVnt* 3bA"18ertdc lOSS oow,2b '21 Pawn
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16 Gainesville Sun. Monday June 29. 19.64 .

Fraser Leads
< .kt" Uyb :; > '
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Big Trade Florida.Open Suns Lose DoubleHeaderBY

:Story. Irks 1 ; A nb d'V By a StrokeLEHIGH I, THE ASSOCIATED PRESSDon't ,opener 11.% and Buffalo the second -game.. Rex Jonson bangedout

ACRES '(AP)-Ama- I .2-1. three hits in the l nightcapto

Brave Star teur Harold Fraser of Lynn Ha- ter's Red look Wings now, but have,Roches-their It was some fine pitching by pave the way for the sweep.Ed .
ven carried one-stroke lead in- and Nelson
on the' International Dave Vineyard Bauta came up with some
MILWAUKEE (AP)--Rumors +3c i Y to today's final round of the League pennant.The Chittum that pushed Rochester clutch relief pitchIng'in.the last
: Florida State Open Golf Tour. past the Suns in both games.
inning of the
of a whopping. trade with the <, namenL' Wings defeated League- Vineyard won his eighth in a ond game to save seven-inning the '2-1 sec vic
New York Mets drew denials Fraser had 209 at the end of 54 leading( Jacksonville in both row against three losses by tory for Buffalo. When Bauta

Sunday from Milwaukee Braves' holes, followed by Jibby Gilbert, games of a doubleheader Sun scattering nine hits in the took over, Richmond had run-
officials and some ire from Ed- !I Miami professional,. with 210. day to jump into second place, opener. Chittum, who has won ners on first and second and
POs' f 411T .P I Amateur Dennis Rouse of Miami just a game behind the Suns. his last five, gave up five hits
die Mathews, one of the players only one outSyracuse
and pro Jim McCoy; of West Rochester won the first game, in the seven inning nightcap to
supposedly) involved. Palm Beach tied for third at 211 5-2 and the second 31. I push his record to 73. had a field ,da;

According to a story SundayIn while pros Leo Wykle of Fort In ,other games, Toronto Columbus, which had won against Atlanta pitching making
a New York newspaper Lauderdale and Sonny Rouse of dropped two to Columbus, 4-2 only one game at home since 16 hits in the first game
Mathews, Warren Spahn and Miami, father" of Dennis, came and 3-1, to fall from second to June 1 until Toronto came to and 10 in the second. Mack
Frank Bolling were to be surrendered in with 214s. third place inhe standings; town, made it three in a row Jones, Syracuse center fielder,
to the Mets for $200,000and I Dave Crum of Lakeland won Syracuse took.a pair from At- over the Maple Leafs. hit his 18th home run, of 'the

three players. s w. :. 'era zX I the Class B, Title with 221 and. lanta, 12-3 and 8-4, and Rich The Jets used three sacrifice season in the opener and his
Thomas Barnes Jr of Miami mond and Buffalo split a twin- flies and three double plays to 19th in the seven-inning night-
t ;'I'm getting sick and tired of won in class C with 236. bill, Richmond winning the slip past Toronto in the first! cap.
all those trades coming out of ".
some sports writer's imagination -
c ," said Mathews. "It's not Post Legion TeamThe
t only ridiculous but pitiful. I bet \ GAS WELLSALE

the writer a steak that'it was a Gainesville American Legion Post 16 baseball team will play at Fernan-

1 YG.. dina Beach Wednesday. Front row, from left, are Wayne Rick, :Mike Gibson,

:Mathews has been hitting well Brian Hipp, John Combs, Jimmy Culpepper, Rick Guenther and Coach Wesley PRE-
lately, getting three hits in sev- Dicks..Back row, left to right are Tommy Simmons, Pete Roberts, Dale _
efc times in Sunday's twin Turlington, Ed Pavelka, Bill Deas, Jack Eckdahl and C. R. Pettiford, Legion
a victories over up the Mets. He andJSpahn officiaL (Sun photo).

are the only survivors of
-the original team which moved

"here' from Boston in 1953. O'Hara Beats Burleson

j, know what's ahead so I'm not .. ,
I a. ear. er r es ss ere. r er esss eels -
going to say anything. However Sets Record in AAU EventBy r f !
the 43-year-old veteranpjtcher FRONT END SPECIAL COMPLETE LUBRICATION: iII

1 : insisted he was far from I I Complete Broke Check: and All For Only I I
being through as some have
"claimed."I HERSCHEL NISSENSON Like a playful leprechaun pull defeat from O'Hara. But the Adjustment ONLY99C
Associated Press Sports Writer ing a sudden disappearing act, lanky Oregonian couldn't match I Ie Brake fluid added-entire $695 I I : I
be here If I broke system road cneckedI :
wouldn't NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) O'Hara gave Burleson a slight red-haired Tom's finishing kick
j- thought otherwise and you can Skinny Tom O'Hara, the pale sniff of victory and then pulled this lime as O'Hara pounded I Front end aligned, with camber \
. bet on that," he said. " who away down the stretch for a rec- home in 3:38.1, an American caster: (3.toe in corrected U.S. Car WITH OIL I CHANGEMUFFLERS
thrives .Jr
I feel That's all I'm Chicagoan on pea- and bearings repacked I_ .. esrtrr r ees .
great. nut butter sandwiches and looksas ord-smashing 1,500-meter tri- record and the equivalent of a I Parts Extra IWHEEL esss e tees ass
going to say." though< stiff umph Sunday at the National 3:55.1 mile. eerr ese.r err as err ..arteery asp tit r a Windy City
AAU Track and Field Cham IS ear. ss. eer er seee. er.
'I : "It sounds like something breeze would blow him clear O'Hara, Burleson, Jim Grelle r I
someone dreamed up," said across Lake Michigan, has final pionships.In and gangling Jim Ryun, the in- : BALANCE I II I '
:Braves' President John McHale. ly given the back of his freckled six previous meetIngs-four credible 17-year-old Wichita, I GUARANTEED. FOR.Li FE.OF.YOUR.CAR I
I ,
'i :"This club will never trade Irish hand-and heels-to his at a mile and two at 1,500 me i Kan., schoolboy, all bettered the I I II I (Non Transferrable)

I ..Spahn." arch-tormentor, Dyrol Burleson. ters-Burleson had never tasted American mark of 3:39.3: set I INSTALLED FREE WItH'THISCOUPON I.
i only three weeks ago by Cary I Plus Weights I bt '
"- errs eras - -
Weisiger. Burleson's time was
3:38.8, Grelle's 3:38.9 and ea. t. ea. re .ea.
J Second Choices Selected Ryun's L--J
3:39 and Weisiger himself \-MOT TUNE-UP T
could do no better than 3:40.9, tar er tslr sets ....
9V I
good for ,eighth place. j" CLOTHES BASKETS !
Install new points &
Alston for Star Club : The I I condenser I
By I two-day meet gave Amer (
ica's Install new spark plugs
Olympic hopefuls a chanceto $666
I Plastic49c .
& carburetor
I II Adjust timing
qualify the trials in New I
: CINCINNATI (AP) Manager the player balloting and who'or ill. York next weekend. The first Assorted I 1 6 Cyl. cars Parts

,f 1 : Walt Alston of the Los Angeles were named by Alston to the A, They are catcher Joe Torre of six Americans in each event I Colors i s.- -They-Last- -I err Extra r - eeeest east eea -
,. Dodgers followed customJ. Star squad include: Milwaukee, first baseman Or- who had not previously qualifiedwon "
this weekend, naming all of the Catcher Johnny Edwards of'I lando Cepeda of San Francisco, the.right to compete in the Famous Ail-Weather 42" :
\ :second choices in player ballotIng Cincinnati, first baseman Bill second baseman Ron Hunt of Olympic trials and the first two GET SECOND TIRE :
; to help fill out the National White of St. Louis, second baseman New York, third baseman Ken will face Russia in a dual meetat with Tufsyn and Nylon
J. .League roster for the annual All Bill Mazeroski of Pittsburgh Boyer of St. Louis, shortstop Los Angeles next month.

;Star baseball game. third baseman Ron San- Dick Groat of St. Louis, left If Buy. lit Tr.d.lft thene Get.2nd Tire,
In addition to the second to of Chicago, shortstop Leo fielder Billy Williams of Chicago The meet also produced a SIZE TYPE Price' .t otdY'
'choices, Alston picked cathcer Cardenas of Cincinnati, left near miss in an attempt at'pole a 95 Tube ty
center fielder Willie
.Maysof : .7OxU t US "_.n
vault record bllCkwlll
by 17-footer
Smoky Burgess of Pittsburgh fielder Willie Stargell of Pittsburgh
San Francisco and fielder .
I right Tubeless'
Fred Hansen and knocked
)1 land outfielder Johnny Callisonof center fielder Curt Floodof Roberto Clemente of' Pitts ace ,701115 bllckwln S1US 17."
sprinter Bob out of the 1
Philadelphia. St. Louis and right fielder burgh. Tubeless .
"s.tS 7.fJ
K The pitchers for both the National Hank Aaron of Milwaukee.The Olympic trials. 7.5011"

) and American League starters in the game were Callison's selection gave the Most events ran according to
when All prices shown plus tax
)1' :teams will be announced next selected by vote of the playersand league leading PhiladelphiaPhils form, but 30-year-old Mike Lar- you buy
j Thursday. each must play at least the their first player on the rabee, a California teacher, pro- 1 first tire at WHITEWALLS ONLY $2.00 more pert reno
i/C Those who finished second in first three innings unless injured squad, but Alston's Dodgers and vided a major upset in the 400 trade-in price NO MONEY DOWN-FREE MOUNTING
the Houston Colts still are with- -", nn
: meters as he and two others out. [:
'fA out a representative.It .
world record-holder
ran Adolph
means Alston will have to Plummer and favored Ulis Wil-
Ii | Mira Best Player j take from his pitchers to give liams. Larrabee and runner-up- GAS WELL
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the Dodgers a required playerbut Ollan Cassell both were clockedin I
iI that doesn't figure to be 46 seconds. ,
11 'hard for him to do, what with GOODYEAR TIRE CENTER
I In A-A Star Clash the likes of Sandy Koufax Saturday, with darkness rapidly I J
around. Dick Farrell of the closing in on Rutgers UnIver- 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372.1489' :

I Colts pitching staff is a ,likely sity Stadium, Hansen tried and L
I By JACK HAND choice from his team. narrowly failed three times to ..
.Associated Press Sports Among the selections made vault 17 feet 6% inches. '
1 BUFFALO, N.Y. ( ) Saturday, Aaron is the veteranof
t :George Mira, the fast All-Star play. He is on the
I t Miami, may bethe, for the 10th time I'
squad -only
: name in football before one appearance is counted for
: season is over. each of those years in which
I Mira definitely was the two All-Star games were played.

;exciting performer in ( ) Newcomers to All-Star play .
American Game Saturday will be Cardenas, Stargell and -
:when be passed the East ) Flood. : <\J

18-15 victory over the ) Mazeroski and Burgess were .I
: The 21,112 fans left named for the sixth time, while
morial Stadium raving take'I this will be No. 5 for White. .

:Mira's strong arm Edwards, Santo and Callison .' ', -, .-- ', .
:passes and daring were named for a second time. : J < u -- 4" ": '"
'_7? t s : : :
West rs l-
kid from
The Key
This j ear's All-Star game will -> i L V1\ '
'I I put on a tremendous be played July 7 in the New : ;
the second-half York Mets' new Shea Stadium. ? ; -'

two lone more.touchdown, and $376,423.A : 3g t '. -- 4l

I Mira belongs to the San :.: :. :
I i, ;
:cisco 49ers, a club 1El ULLSl'Z VOfcf ,- s K e, ;-. ,.,.t..;,J : .. -.................. .
quarterback miseries 7i- ?' .. ;.+ h'-: '*: ,. .-"r .,.,.ek',..........ii'.' _...... -.
:son after John Brodie Tifr sv fi ,-! !ii:'1 ..... ,.- .t.- _-.Y'...-..
-jured. Brodie, of course, .T*.?; 5. ?% i '..r "1"-_' ....:. JJf-: : ,...
t tf t et1f T -
:established star but MAN IS INCOMPLETE +' r. ..
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Christiansen will have to UNTIL HE MARRIES w* ... ji.. -;...' "r
-- THEN HE'S FINISHED/ i"T !'':;:: -::.: :-, .- ;"- : '::'

Y ifrt Tt I V4***
Need money < uliTNTHE TAL! t :

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.: Fair.An HFC Traveloan to < iii S' z+ ':: < ;"

: can the fail cover-or every anywhere.expense Cash i.' :: I ; .. .

: for transportation, lodging

clothe*-even camera DON?' WAIT a: I ...' '. -
: equipment. Borrow '. ;:, 4 : :
and til your motor has finished its ,4.-
confidently repayconveniently lost oosp. Bring it in to us at the
: at Household first sign of trouble it's

; Finance. k'sMta t pe.e.w y@did...ser safer and CHEAPER.

e ao* _-.. .rf mi IK Cer..... POWER THREE WAYS:

or" Borrow up e.&II .. totnifc l GMwratm, 1 Cleaning Power! Dirt.can dog even a new- 2 Firing Power! Spark plug and cylinder deposits 3 Octane Power! New Esso Extra has the
,Take up to 24 months to repay kart.ea. but Pwaps.Metis. carburetor in a''few month of normal opera: can cause misfiring pre-ignition and high octane that most can now need for full

Water hags; ,Chlkl. Di.a.aM tk>B causinf hard at.artmc'and .roufh idling hot spots. New Esso Extra neutralize these smooth performance ,without kDockinr.YouU .
Ask about CroUt lit Inmrmttf on loam *t group rmtnHOMBIOLD ., Prat. 'Extra all these extras with New Power-
Your very first tankful of New Esao will harmful deposits-to help your engine fire get
start to dear away these deposits in new engines smoothly, to help preserve the power of new can formula Esso Extra gasoline. -it puts a tiger in

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; THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN the CourthouM_af, Gainesville Florida.
Around the Neighborhood Service. Center T't I.AND FOR ALACHUA. COUNTY, FLORIDA within six (6) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this no
. IN RE state: of tice. Each claim or demand must be In
1 t James M. Goldlnflr Jr. writing and must state the place of residence
Deceased and post office address of the
1 claimant and must be sworn to by the
1f NOTICE TO CREDITORS claimant, his agent. or hit attorney or
f it will become void according to law.s .
1i .
.x Aft'creditors of the Estate of JAMESM. ( ) Pauline T.Golding
V" A GOLDING. JR. Deceased. are here Pauline T. Golding. as Admlnlstra.
i r,. by notified and required to file any claimor trlx of the Estate of JAMES M.
demands Which they may haw against GOLDING JR..Deceased
said in the Office of the County .
Estate Alachua County. Florida in (SIN) 6:29.7:< 13.20
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-t 4;; MONEY

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Just tell us how much rasp 24 cash 2.
you need to pay old Yoa I Monthly You Month
RIClIYe Payments
Racine Payments
-v '
bills, for home Inv
> ARB A'2' f E l provements, car re$185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00
.y X y eM Fx pairs* for all your 26900 16.00 53100 3100 .
seasonalexpenses.- 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39
hey tt t y Phone for prompt*
courteous service. rwntnts include iatuut inJ prJwpiU:
< \Ye Y f
1 a < LOANS UP TO $600 -

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He's Used Car .Manager

Ira C. Wright, service manager at Neighborhood
.t Service Center, checks in a customer's courtesy'card.
raga n+ Wright is also manager of the Center's used car lot.

a., Arrested,For Break-In
J .

d' New CarWash Opens Today I Sheriff's deputies are holding They charged that Baker
i Giles Mark Baker, 25. of Rt. 1,'broke .into the house and tooka
i 'Bob. ,Bonesia instructs attendant Amos Lewis in the proper handling of the Clean Arena car wash apparatus I Box 33, Hawthorne on a chargeof trunk of food. i
' ,.which opens today at Neighborhood Service Center. Customers may do the work themselves or breaking and entering the
\ :- have the car washed by an attendant. home of George Munnerlyn.
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, : Davis Wants Compulsory v, r ... .


i Car Inspection Law !ar You 6E111 I FURNISHED THE ABOVE

I n.Vv OQt j.. y ( Service ,Center manager "If this plan works In I I WELD BUILT
( ,Dave Davis a believer in au- Gainesville insurance companies I
( 'tomotive safety according to all over the state w ill
himself, wants a compulsory similar Butso We can give WRECKERNEIGHBORHOOD
sponsor programs.
inspection law adopted by the
state.t far the public hasn't ,taken 11 reasons
advantage of it," Davis said. you TO
I A compulsory inspection law
[requires car owners to have for insuring
*tll car,
i i their autos checked by the PROPANE y
: home, or business through us. SERVICE CENTER
state-at specified intervals usually I
once a year, for safety This seal means we're independent

: defects. LP.1iiI'1SHonER insurance trained.Haythorne.agents-professionally BILL CURR1E FORD
:1 "Florida Is one of the na-:
tion's fastest growing states. THAN r
,We should have an' inspectionlaw. NATURAL GAS I TRUCK CENTERSTATE
n 17 other states dp. I Cook & Heat Water DISTRIBUTORS
\ 107 N. Main
:1j -- "What we want is for the Low Cost Phone 3214 ADAMO DRIVE PH. 2473131TAMPA

} .d E4 such public a to,law.ask. Ideas legislators and help for I' FR 6-5110 FR 2-1433
from Alachua citizens will be _I _"_ n_ .--- -- ------ -,-- -- '
j greatly said. appreciated," Davis '

By "we" he meant the -
Independent Garage Owners
;1 The Center of the Center (IGO) association a statewide
group. Davis was the first DRIVE A 6000BARGAIN SERVICE CENTER
" Testing equipment Is the hub around which automotive service revolves. president of the local chapter.

{: The Neighborhood Service Center has a full line of the highest quality testing IGO has been campaigning
I equipment. for years for such a law, Davis -
said. Legislators aren't AUTO SALES
Seek End against the plan but they ,
11 want someone to find funds for
it, Davis said.
( w Italy "But they'll find the money \ SPECIALIZING IN SECOND CARS for 2-CAR FAMILIES
I if the public asks for the law,"
I (AP) Premier Aldo he said.
l Moro's leftist allies have unitedin
.urging his return'at the headof At the moment IGO and local ...
insurance companies
another center left
sponsoring free
safety checksat
ment to end Italy's 25th postwar nine area service stations
government crisis. and garages. About 36 itemsare ...
) \4V afSf" checked on a rating sheet.
k H'a Moro's Socialist Democratic
Socialist and Republican allies
f in the old Cabinet issued state She ShootsAt

ments Sunday calling for a renewal -
of the coalition with the IntruderA

Christian Democrats.The .
southeast Gainesville wom
Cabinet resigned and ,an reported to police she fired
Mora was named caretaker premier three shots at a man attempting
last Friday after the to break Into her home at
n.2 Christian Democrats lost a parliamentary 426 SE 15th St. Saturday night. ,.
vote on its proposalto She told police sbe thought
5 I
l' give additional aid for church she may have hit the intruder. -Th
schools. The leftists abstainedon However, officers did not find I
4"t doctrinal grounds. any trace of a wounded person. I II'

A Fine, Service Center Every car offered here has been completely reconditioned from

Deserves A Fine Surface For Headlight to Tail-Light, and Safety Checked Throughout to give ,
On the Alert
Drive-In and Parking Area you a GOOD, CLEAN, SAFE second car at VERY LITTLE COST

r Station attendant James Rasberry goes about his
job of making certain everything under the hood ::< Every CarReconditioned We Buy
Li in order. sGong $99 SPECIAL
atulat1o. Clean

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Jack Baggett New P int. You hare to Point Job, .
NEW ADDITIONEiIiEIhh > $395 M95Just
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18 Gainesville Sun Monday, June 29, 1954 .

U.S. Embassy In Moscow ask-
Oswald's Diary Details ing to return to the United

.I ; BUSINESS MARKET I States.About that time his diary re-

Ill REPORT corded:

:-.,, g Bitterness With Soviet "The work Is drab. The mon
i V ...
REVIEW _... .... ,!i: = _, : ey I get has no where tOe
spent. No night dubs or bowling

DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Lee tered because of a petty official did not, that he only wanted his alleys, no places of recreation

Harvey ,Oswald, ,the cold war ," Oswald wrote. residence permit extended.On I except the trade-union dances."I .
Ilf FLASHES Propose Hike Late Morning double turncoat accused 'of as- In despair; he slashed his left Feb. 1, 1961. he wrote the have had enough."

sassinating President John F. wrist but was saved by an In-

MARKET In Workmen'sInsurance N. Y. Listing Kennedy, grew so bitter about tourist guide who found him unconscious i I -

the Soviet Union he; once em- in a bloodsmearedhotel I AVE I .
loose ends remain to be\ j 16th
stock a .
braced that he called its leaders bathroom.He I
market pushed into new high tidied up in the market beforea Rate AfflsChal 20 IntNick 79 "sick."
went to the U.S. Embassy
I i ground early this afternoon. solidly bullish technical picture Alcoa 72% IntPap 32 This and other comments onus after he recovered and renounced -I: AUTO PARTS
of the market can be AmAir 44% Jones&L 80
It was continuing an advance pre TALLAHASSEE (AP) State AmBrfc 53 KaisAl 23% two and a haIl years in the his U.S. citizenship.!'
that carried the averages to sented. Treasurer J. Edwin Larson said AmBdPar 41 Ken'cott 83V4 soviet Union were reported during Embassy officials called him al

\ historic peaks Friday. A fractional gain by General today the National Council on AmCan 46% Lig&My 75% the weekend by the Dallas fool II I INC. .
Morning News in copyright stones The Russians permitted him I
Motors evaporated and the is- '' 35% <<
moderately ac- Insurance filed a AmCyan 65% Loch'd'
it Trading was Compensation based on Oswald's diary I
loss to remain and assigned him
sue showed a of nearly a AmMot 14% Lorillard 42% a.
1 11 live. proposed change in general and other writings.He in radio Minsk
( point. Chrysler was down about AT&T 72% Mag'vox 32% job a factory in
f' Airlines, electronics and half a point while Ford held rates under the workmen's com AmTob 31% MM&M 58% was so disillusioned that 1 southwest of Moscow. CONGRATULATOINS. .

farm implements posted gains. onto a small gain. 'pensation insurance program. AmpxCp 25 Mohasco 13% when arrested Nov. 22 last year The disillusionment began

I.. Steels weakened after having U.S. Steel was off slightly Larson scheduled a. public Anaconda 43% Mons'to 79% he would only call himself a"Marxist"in creeping upon him before his To Dave Davis on
been ahead at the startTrading 37% effect retaining marriage. He was shocked whena The
MontWd FacilitiesAt
while Bethlehem Steel and Republic hearing here for 10 a.m. July 22. Armour 51% ,' Expanded
82 Communistic theory but reject- minor Soviet official told him
was very heavy in Steel posted slight ad- Larson said the proposal re- Babcock ACL 33 73% NatDair NatDist 26% ing the form 'practiced in the Russia is great in nothing but Neighborhood
the newly split stock of American vances. Service Center
Soviet Union. literature. A fellow worker An.
flects increase of 48
N.AmAv %
The issue an average BethStl 37% I
gained Telephone.more than a point and International Harvester and 4.2 per cent in the over-all statewide Boeing 54 Penney 55 Oswald, 24, was shot to death drei Tovli, "says many thingsI I I
t Caterpillar moved ahead slightly Borden 73% PRR 33% Nov. 24 by Jack Ruby, Dallas don't know about the U.S.S.R.I .
level. He broke down
then easied slightly. rate
'" '\f Brunswk 9% PepCola 58% night club operator as the accused begin to feel uneasy inside." 224 N.E. 16th AVE. = PHONE 376-4463
1 Sperry Rand also was actively the proposed changes by Industry He was asked by officials in
Prices were higher in moderate -' CaterTr 65% PhilMor 77% man was being transferred
"1 i traded and gained about half trading on the American as: manufacturing 1.6 per Chrysler 49% PhilPet 50%i ii to the county jail In Dal- January 1961 if he wanted Soviet

a point. Stock Exchange. cent increase; contracting 7.8 CocaCola 130 RCA 33% las. Ruby- now 54, is under a citizenship. Oswald said he
I Speciality issues were generally Government bonds advanced i 45% sentence of death assessed him
J per cent increase; and all other ComEd 50% RepStl
J I'j points ahead and Xerox with IBM 1. adding 2 slightly. Corporates were 3.3 per cent increase. ConEdis 90% Revlon 36% in March for the slaying of .
mixed. ContCan 51% ReyTob 43% Oswald.
i The Associated Press 60-() Publication of Oswald's writ- .
Earns DegreeM. DowChe 71% StRegP 30% '
stock average at noon was up duPont 233% Seaboard 47T'g ing brought a demand for an investigation '
f:t J .2 at 311.7 with industrials up Academy Grad '
from William A.
EAL 33% Sears 116% .
Linton Herbert, son of Mr. ::
.4 rails off .1 and utilities .2.
t up E.Kodak 133% Sinclair 46% McKenzie, lawyer for the widow -
The Dow Jones average of 30 Richard Murdock Tisdale son and Mrs. T. Walter Herbert. 13 Firestone 41V 80% Marina Oswald.In :
I: industrials at noon had gained of Mrs. Maurice Tisdale, 1421 S. W. 23rd Dr., has been grad- FlaP&L 79% SouthnC 61Y4 a formal news statement,
e 0.70 to 831.69 but its advance N. E. 20th Pl., has received his uated with honors from Wes- Ford 51% SperryR 14Ts the lawyer said Mrs. Oswald

'f! 1 was halved about midday. diploma from Camden Military leyan University. He received a Frmst Da 11% StBrand 77T's feels that the material should ..

\ 1r I Wall Street brokers said only Academy, Camden, S. C. I bachelor of arts degree. FreptSul 35% StO NJ 87% not be made public until the'I :

FruehTr 31% Studebak 7% Warren Commission,'investigating f. ,'4.... .

GenDyn 27% Swift 54 tl the assassination, issues its II .. "' ... ..".. _-...

-I GenEl 79% Texaco 79% report. .

;i I SEE GenFds 87% Thiokol 13%I' McKenzie said he telephoned i the most complete automotive J ',.: .>t -
by I IJ GenMills 39% U Carb 127% J. Lee Rankin, chief counsel for I r -

GenMtrs 87% UnFruit 23% the commission, who assured service center in North Florida :: :
Goodrich 50% US Steel 58% them that the commission did

Goodyr 43% UnivMat 12% not release the material. '

Greyhnd 28% WestgEl 30% Reached by telephone in New ":
.. GulfOil 54% .WinnDix 37% York, Rankin declared, "Wedon't : :
I .. .
tell what the commissiondoes" ---
IntHarv 81% Woolwth 274Nat' ... . ,
II I when asked about McKen- -. ..-.' --- -. -.,-.."---- -- ..

ALACHUA GENERAL Logan S. Daniels, Betty Rich 3:30: p.m. yesterday at SW 13th zie's statement. A DEVELOPMENT OF : _'_.." '
Church : :=:=: : .
<' June 25, 1964 ards and daughter, Mary Bridges -St.: and 8th Ave. Joe Dealey, president of the --..--... .-..- .- .
1 ... .. .. .
BIRTHS Ollie F. Barrs, William C. Edith Kathryn Wooley, Lakeland Musicians Elect A. H. Belo Corp., which publishes ,. -,$-_.-.. ......-.. -. ---.. .
I Enrich, Sidney Roberts, Carol and James R. Saville Jr., the Dallas Morning News, .....- --- .- ..---. ."' ,
D& 'D' .. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Givens, .. said .. -. .,-.. -.. .._ .
/ Ann Mann, Jerri Lynn Flack, Columbus, Ga., at W. Univer- Mrs. Jones publication of the diary ... -.. -- ,
2720 SW Archer Rd., a girl; Lula Simpson, Minnie Lee sity Ave. and 13th St. at 3:10 came within the "public's rightto ----. .--_ .--.-- _-.--
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I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McClane, "
Bean Willie J. Johnson know. -- '
Grant p.m. yesterday. At the Sixth Annual meetingof .. ... .
1626 NW 11th Rd., a boy. ... .. ..
J Miller, William Holland, L u z Myrtle McInnis Thompson, the Florida chapter of The Oswald kept the diary from -

ADMITTEDHelen Salazar. 530 NE 10th St., and a car own- National Fellowship of Metho- the time he arrived in Moscow :::- -: '
'f' dist Musicians held at Flori- Oct. 16, 1959, until about the 1 ",.
Barlewaw, Bruce Eric June 27, 1964BIRTHS ed by R. R. Johns, Island r- -- -
\V Wilson, Hope Baskette D. Mc I Grove, parked at NW 8th Ave. da Southern College last week, time he left the Soviet Union in Holding C.-- .

Clane, Cecil Eugene Dee n, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kivler, and 8th St. at 4:50: p.m. Satur Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones was elect early 1962. { F)
Lauina T. Thomas, Kathleen! 1318 SE 14th St., twin girls day. ed president. Over a hundred It tells of how he applied for .. .
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1 Broadwell, Donald L. Lind Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell, Driving While Intoxicated musicians of various denominations Soviet citizenship immediatelyon ..''..r -

I sey, Clara May Robinson, Geo. Newberry, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Edward Mitchell, 60, were in attendance. The his"arrival and that the police ROBERT F. HEAD Jr., President .;:j' -"'. ,
1 W. Hughes, Luz E. Salazar, Gus Williams, 1234 SE 9th Alachua, arrested' Saturday Conference had as its resource told him to getout of the : :. -.. '# .
I Tom F. Cheek, Barbara M. Big. Terr., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. TOO evening on SR 241 three miles leader Dr.-Austin C. Lovelace, country."I DAVID VAN DAVIS, Vice-president!
bie, Jerri Lynn Flack, Frank .a nationally known teacher and am shocked! My dreams!
r mas Hicks, 1115 NE 5th Ave., north of Alachua, charged with
)1' J. Ponzio, Mable Holmes,. ,a 11 a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cooper driving while intoxicated. comooser- of sacred music. My. fondest dreams are shat!.. -
of Gainesville Deborah A. Owens Mrs. Jones is and director i
; 126 NW 10th St., a boy; Mr. -
Williston; Mary N. Bab- and Mrs. Ronald Drury, 1405 N; Breaking and Entering of music of the Flrstj\\1

cock, Waldo; Edward Jones, 5th Ave., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. These attempted or success- Methodist Church here, and is\
Lake Butler; Carol Lynch, New- Michael McCarthy, 2935 NW ful break-ins were reported a certified director of music in

berry; Ronald W. Dampier,: 12th St., a girL since Saturday evening: the Methodist Church. She I
r Worthington; Katie K. Brown, has served actively in
The home of Mrs. McKendree

Chiefland.DISCHARGED ADMITI'EDErnestine Dukes, Howard Tucker, 318 NE 7th Ave., last NaFOMM, panel as leader district and chairman vice,
night, by someone who broke a A NEW CAR WASH !
r Robert C. Parker, Mary L. Stryker, Carrie Williams, Jessie window and took a $25 ring. president for the past two! -
Barnes George R. ,Carey, Bet- Drury, Cynthia Cooper, Ha- years.
sy L. Halsey, Mary L. Bryan zel Warren, Carla Hicks, Mary An auto owned by Charles
and daughter Lemuel Crofton Wells, Sandra McCarthy, Carolyn Bengel, 2049 N.E. 15th Terrace, Gets DegreeScholarship I ':

Fred Burgess, Susan Merk e 1, Roberts, Patricia Moo die, was entered without breaking C? ..., -..
while parked in the State Theater "
Mary L. Croft and daughter, all of Gainesville; Elizabeth I
parking lot last night, and
Louise V. Schmidt Lillian Holland Curls, Alachua; Joseph John- 11 .'
the glove compartment ran- William Lawrence Larche, son
t L Santerfeit, ClaraM. I
Jill Graham
son, Newberry ,
Robinson, Deborah A. Ow. ; sacked. of Mrs. T. B. Larch, 415 N.W.I! _
Chiefland Katherine Thomas
I ; 1st St. Is the first stu- ; -- ,
ens, Helen 'I. Barlewaw, BruceE. among :
High Springs. and R o r n i e "
The right glass wing windowof r; _
dents to be 'graduated from
I --S .. .,
Brock Orlando.
Wilson.June ze, 1961. a car owned by Charles Presbyterian College at St. Pe tJII .- .....
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BIRTHS DISCHARGES Loucks 225 SW 5th St was tersburg.He .......... .
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hale 1117 Martin Rutledge Jane Alday, broken and a lady's purse containing was granted a bachelor of:

NW 13th St., a boy; Mr. and Nathan Wooten, Elizabeth Ad- $1.15 and papers was arts degree in German and has I .

Mrs. Alfred Harvey Lake But-, kins, Mabel Holmes, Clarita Theater taken. The car was the. State been accepted at Duke University % RDER..Cf.

ler, a girl; Dr. and Mrs. GeorgeA. Crownover, Bernice Vickory,, A parking ripped loose for graduate study with a AR :
Dell, 2228 NW 3rd Pl., a screen grant of $3400. He was gradu- .
Thomas McCarthy, HenriettaBlue and the juke box pried open at
boy; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Big- ated with high honors from
Mary' Carter, Lillian Wilkinson -the 5th Avenue Lunch 745 NW
bie, 217 Flavet III, a girL Presbyterian.
ADMITTEDLisa Lolla Sears, Louise 5th Ave. Money had been removed -

JoAnne Hale, Linda Gail Miller, Dorothy Swanson, Edith from the juke box when ,
I Highley. Shirley Elizabeth Dell, Croce, Mary Woodward and the lunch room closed Saturday Earl C. MayRepresenting to the

Eddie Pons, Josie Irowell Tho- son, Donald Lindsey, Ronald night.
Fire Calls .
mas, Emil Louis Benesh, MaryA. Dampier. .
At 9:45 fire in TK. E iiitahb Life
ajn. today, .
Kivler all of Gainesville
; POLICE FIRE REPORT hoist fuel line new Federal Ajswronct Society NEIGHBORHOODService :
Grant Miller Alachua Ella :
Nelson, Hawthorne, ; Annie; Accident Roundup Building on SE 1st Ave. FR 2..3576lI t :. '
Involved in accidents reported .
Laura Harvey Lake. Butler.
DISMISSED by the Gainesville Police
Department and Alachua Coun-
Reba Hicks and daughter -
Faye' ty Sheriff's office since Saturday
Judith Helling and daughter '
Dukes Baby Boy, S i 1m 0 n evening: v : : Center ;rii
Richardson Mildred Griffith Ronald James Lockard 19, :
i 479 Murphree Dorm, University ,

iI I of Florida, injured when !.

i its his side 5 scooter a.m. yesterday skidded on in CONGRATULATENEIGHBORHOOD ON IT'S NEW, MODERN CAR WASH

the 1800 block NW 16th Ave.
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Marcello Vincenti Ayedo, 27, AND ADDED FACILITIES :': '
300 NE 11th St., injured whenhe i S -. ', .
hit a parked car owned by ;.y.
H'r ; ., ,
Jack Zimmerman at 1:15 a.m. ,
We like Gainesville
Sunday at 329 NW 16th Ave. He to see

was charged with careless ". i" .' .

driving. and one indication of. r ':::- :'" : ."

r Vady'Lee' Landrum, 16, of grow : :
3730 SE 17th Ave. and a pas- od'. I 4ft" f;'H"'J.' ;: '

senger in the car,' Harry Hoi- SERVICE CENTER our community's growth .
den, 17, were injured when I ) fE-
they hit a parked auto owned f :

by Grant Simmons, at 221 NW i on the expansion of merchants' .

16th Ave.Hillman. : l "Q : :; : ::
911 Hickory

Ave. and John Ralph Your New, ModernFacilities facilities -we salute you. '- '. ':-. : ":
V Scully 2901 NE 13th St., at SW u "
13th SL and 4th Ave. at 7:44 '( nt

I pjn. yesterday. Pompey charged .j "

with careless.driving. :I ::S :; : (Ii. U"i& t1"tt' ....' ..., !. '
Harris Lake .
Roy States, From. f .
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Cify, and Eloise Ford 1922 NW '""'...
34th Ave., at NW 13th St. and '
'EE MA 23rd Blvd. at 7:15 last night Gainesville's TEXACO'< .. ". .
ofi ..i .:, ,* ;.- i. \ j ..
NOW Staten charged with running a v .f"1iJ" 4' .
CALL red light.R. i DISTRIBUTORMARCUS ; We Like It Here .:t ; :' :.

LORIDAs T. Peltier, Atlanta, Ga.,'I f .. ', .11.' ,:.\... #..... ..-. .-. -
and Raymond C. Brooke, 203: '. ; 'OJ' '?1'J' s' "

ISTf W.,High St. at NW 13th St and CONANT ... ,.. .- -. <' i'
f o -eN1'10I.- 6th Ave at 4:17' pjn. yesterday. .' J'J" l}'" >10, .. t r :):1 } .. ,1< r..J.b'!' .'. '. of 'Vt.Ylir: .1.-1'..': ,.',, :.1, ,. .
r Annie Lou Allen, Franklin, S. MAIN ST. PHONE 376-6091 ;'

a WM1f1iia11MMr T nn.,-.and .a parked auto at. II ,... ..,...:_.. -o'" -... .-=-. -' -.. .<'. -'- -
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V \ 1.Who's Who 'of: DowntownLandowners :
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.. --- r' -:- .,AUIIA LEI CUNWOODT ,4L POUND.I.R.COLION. lit

1T1.7ZO : .70,440 640.1130
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.. o .. c.-':0 v- HCLCN HOLUNICCX 21,0t0 1400rA. .
... .. 32.3(0 f
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.a1. ,IS4.ISO ,' .-' '>. "- '......... .. .',300
.. .BOB' ., h"f (- .:. .-;;.: ,. .. ng \ _, :: rAil .r 1= 600; block south of parking lot 'Street and SW 2nd Avenue,
: ''fJ j.! :j 47 bounded by SW 1st Avenue and I Frances Darby Tench, $52,
ri SW 2nd Street, Sarah Deck and 080; and one lot on Main Street
EAlLtY ANO G.L Tun. tTALS3. : DrUTl" :
M" L bordering the Tench-Siganora
ore:=;!! WILLIAMS 41.:10 'INC. FAIII.TOJCFFtKCOM :; : ,;::.'JA( i: a 5..410 NYARY Margaret S. Storm, $71,770. I tots, OV.. Mize Jr., $26,'s .
LIFE co. ,'r .:, fit ,: .. 11,440 0
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I ,100 ;;; ,. POOR lots Beginning at SW 1st
... Two (J. C. Penney), MaryP.
I r b '. > McKenzie and others, $%79- !Avenue, south down SE 1st
Street J. Pierce Smith, $33,400:
1 -. 100; Joseph and Faye Silver-
-/ Mabel Vogle, $18,740 and L. W.
II II SW. lit AVE. man, $69,790; M. Tucker and Wilson and A. H. Shoup, $39-

L hr others, $115,400; First Federal, 260; and facing SE 2nd Street,
... = aC IN $339,210; First Federal parkinglot Florence E. Steckert, $70,060

: SIUNOR/ PAUL A \. D.Il.GQX a. 4.PIIRCI IIIIT" I $22,950; two lots subdividedat I
JIM .l.D..ICE flUcr.CALE INC. 11Ie;. aI.4oo fLO.UCE C.Ia I
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,lJ .I..00 .r "* ......01:111011 31.130 POOl : 40,110 fAl" n,6Io : : y 70.010'j northwest corner of parkinglot NE1VDRIVt
I POOR *- POOR 21.S00 POOR 2 'AlIt'E tAIRof POOR '" Edgar Wise Jr., $1,1130 and

I'f d'" II Sire YOlLe Junior League of Gainesville, IN THEATRE

... .T> 0O. 4000L11211.201 tax exempt; First Federal, 2000 Hw 117,..R..4 R.20 FR IJ1111
,', 4:: .TAMCUI LTILtzgt co. ."MIZC, 46 I WII& W1,11T0 :
II .. 74,410 i. parking lot extending south
.. ,.: along SW 3rd Street), $34,300; Open 7;M SM Both
A.II SMO&Paa.o Show 7:45 Lift AS 'SI
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J. or"" .. .. FRANCIS T 4 NGN OAltI' FANIT lAIC I_ Dr. W. C. Thomas, $14,230; Ad- FIRST AREA RUN *

tI ; t''' : :'1\:;' = IL,0/0 POOR rAta POOR ., kins and Jenkins, $17,710; S. Shewn First fir LostOMtMASCOPE

1= ..,.WWl Ie NARRTC.OUNCAN n. U.t4 W. Goin and Jack Moore, A.Wro es.t.JI
f I 5F CO /uNS AL 42.710ew $12'-1 !
: "*,400 J t'ftO 860; Fred Cone (two lots, $15,-
1'I w I 240 and extending north along I j/ ,( f-'

t SW 2nd Street), $26,950 and the '
211 AVE.
lot on SW 2nd Street bordering I
1 This "who owns downtown" map was prepared as part of a class project Ed Eufeldt and ,King Helie. Their study included listing the assessed value Cone's property and the 1st: W ,, P-

{ in. their studies of downtown Gainesville by University of Florida students and condition of the buildings. Federal parking lot, Miss Janie I a."* \ I

McKinstry, $10,050. .*.. V If.. s
e 7 & ,L' A-.h I .
V, Np qMqiP: Y Lilt t NEXT BLOCK With no COLOR tt OtlUXE _
r identifying landmarks, the enl *, 2nd ACTION THRILLER 9:50
fl ? ,r .- y l tire block bordered by SW 2nd I
J 1 11 # ;Avenue, SW 2nd Street, SW 1st I JAMES mE TUTU

Avenue and SW 1st Street is II'' JONES'b 1ill11
I'M w2'x. 'owned by Martha Lee Dun-I RED

woody and is assessed at $99,-. 6REATEII! IIl"

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and M. Moss, $15,880 J. C.
.. Rice and others, Rice-Grose I R.C. FUN

,a. I Hardware) $22,300; Pierce-Dale PARTYTHURS.
Inc. (Tax Assessor J. Pierce .
I i Smith's old real estate office 10 AM

; building and adjacent building),
$31,230; two lots bounded by .
| SW 1st Street and Main Street,

[ Standard Fertilizer Co., $36- LAST-
I IL 090; Harry C.' Duncan 'and I- I
others, (Commercial Hotel}), DAYS
$26,790; and bounded by SW AGA.MSTUFE: ,A
l, .w S bt. 2 1st Street and SW 2nd Ave., WOMAN TRYING TO | I

: BLOCK (starting with KERR

Chitty's Men's Store) Siganora HAYLEY a

Inc. (Sigsbee Scruggs, $40,560; MILLS
(east along SW 1st Avenue)
Downtown Renovation Examples Paul A. Smysor, $23,610; Eu- JOHN
Rights Bill Moves AlongWASHINGTON nice C. Adkinson, $54,830; (anLrshaped MILLS 'es am.cftaII...
These are some of downtown's easily recognized examples of storefront section bounded by -rh CH alpR. .

redecorating. They are Larry's Wonder House, Stag 'n Drag and Fagan's and SW 1st Avenue SW 2nd Avenue EN
Chesnut's, looking down University Avenue. (Photos by Eddie Davis). (AP) The: which at $3.3 billion has been federal food stamp plan, several I and SE 1st Street), Fanita iTCCHNiCOCOIt 1
House[ takes final congressionalaction cut less than any previous bill. annual appropriation bills and I Baker, $54,830 s;' D. R. Cox, $61- AT 1:27 3:27

-- -- .i,;;: on the civil rights bill ibis I Rep. Otto E.: Passman, D-La., extension of the federal highway 730; two lots bordering Main 5:27 7:27 9:27
\ 'i } ...;kJ, defeated in his own subcommittee program. - -
;,1. ?' ] week as it pushes toward a recess .
: 'e 0 x on efforts to slash it more, Senate and House conferees One Full Pound LUNCH 65c up
in advance of the Republican will take his fight to the House DINNER . '{50 up
meet today to work out a com
National Convention.The floor. i 'I KC Sirloin :. ALFORD'STOWER
promise in excise tax: bills. The
sweeping bill is slated for The Senate takes up Wednesday Senate bill included repeal of Steak $195 HOUSE

approval Wednesday or Thurs the federal pay raise bill, taxes on such items as costumejewelry I j 210 E. UNIVERSITY
day. Then it'' is to go to President which raises many categories of handbags and cos- ,

Johnson's desk in time fora federal workers: pay, includinga metics and reduction of others.

Fourth of July signing cere- big boost for congressmengave The House bill was confined to
a .. T mony. members a $7,500 raise to extending so-called Korean war

Ahead of civil rights on the $30,000 a year. temporary excises on auto OfIT

House calendar is the annual Also slated for Senate actionare parts, transportation fares and

fI foreign aid appropriations bill, a proposal to expand the the like. j


I Scouts Map JamboreeBoy .'" ../A'd. ....,rM'"... -

Scout troops from the The Scouts will depart for the i. fd! P4

North Florida Council that will I Jamboree on July 12 and will .... .,WrMAiU.d' .. University Inn A

attend the National Jamboreemet ,see the World's Fair in New .... ....
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at Camp Echockotee during York en route. 214 NW 13th FR -6472 -u -
the weekend for pre-Jam- Elected junior leaders at the AIM hi OcU _
AppointedAsst. ---- ---- ----
I Alligator Is Captured boree training and orientation. weedend meeting were Joe
I I CuratorDr. Troop 50, which is made up Reams, senior patrol leader; I
of most of the boys from the George Home, junior assistant
t Not Without a Battle M. Graham Netting, Di-. Gainesville area who are to attend scoutmaster in charge of physical I 0m'
rector of Carnegie Museum,; the Jamboree-at Valley arrangements; and Doug I

A snapping mad 64-foot alligator Roberts said he teased the Pittsburgh, announced the appointment -Forge, Pa., July 17-23-spent Huth, junior assistant scout.
was taken from Sirens 'gator making it leap after him, of Dr. Mary Heimer- the weekend studying and practicing -i master in charge of activities.All .
Arm in south Gainesville Satur- until it exhausted itself. Then dinger as Assistant Cura tor, how to set up a Jam are of Gainesville.

day by a police lieutenantwho he said, he and two other men Section of Birds. boree campsite. John Montgomery of Jack .
got and neededsome fought the reptile down and Dr. Heimerdinger majored in sonville, Is scoutmaster and .
help from men hving In the trussed it up. biology at Wheaton College in Better MflkTALLAHASSEE Earl Reames of Gainesville, JL
irea. The alligator was turned over Massachusetts. She continuedher and Clyde King, of Jacksonville -
Lt. C. A. Roberts said a complaint to Shellie Downs, Micanopy rep studies at Yale, where she (AP) New are assistant scoutmasters. -
came in last week froma tile collector. was awarded two master's degrees and more rigid controls governIng I
the maximum bacteria count
mother that the 'gator was : One in zoology, the other
allowable in fluid milk will
the in conservation of natural re
in area.
"He would have caught a kid Drugs o Taken sources. She also has her doctorate into effect Wednesday. -
Commissioner of Agriculture t
anytime." Roberts said, "He!1 t in biology from Yale. ; .
1In Conner the new reg-
Doyle says
was snapping so hard." Break-In Dr. Heimerdinger is the
He said he had been checking .: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. ulations were designed to assure of SHOWTIME 7:30

the area from time to Drugs worth about $300 were R. Heimerdinger of 2109 North the milk drinking public of fresh a Planning

tune, waiting for a chance to i taken from the Vidal Drug West 36th Terrace, Gainesville. continuing supply ..
spot the reptile. : Store 102 E. University Ave.,
He said he. saw the 'gator at in a break-In early today police WHAT A FORM! ... An Early Vacation1'

5:15 Saturday, and decided to reported. Internal Revenue Service Cot

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1 DEAR ABBY:' Our 12-year-old son took our power lawn DEAR ABBY:- Years ago '''my father was also faced with 'iES.rM tR.S'RANGE1.U1I.P 1! MM FlRFD,1soPPOS>:.. wElt.-s .>L w st; l 1' t

? mower to his aunt's house, which is near us. He told her the problem of having the neighbor's chickens wander into THECEUARCPTHSBUREAU ,;: AND# ,CLLNO DOUSt ARE I EXPECTED fit WITH MO SHMOO JusT t a EO
t that her' lawn needed cutting and he would be glad to cut our yard. This is how.he solved it: :He pierced tiny holesin LIFE,WASH W3TCM. !'? SHMOO.O'AG5TCN SPECIALTY
i it. She asked how much he charged and he said he wouldn't dry corn kernels. Then using a fine silk sewing thread, THE PAYRfJLL? IS ALL

charge, her anything. She told him to go ahead.. (They have just long enough to reach the chicken's craw ,he threaded Z; x-

4 close to one acre.) Just as he was finishing,. his uncle each kernel of corn and attached a note to the other end = LOSE1
; came home and asked our boy if he had been paid for ofthe thread. It read: "PLEASE KEEP ME HOME.: I FEEL 1 Fit

I the job yet. He said he wasn't charging ,anything. Then his ,FOOLISH." ,4iJVa r (y,
uncle FORCED two dollars on our son. This evening the'f

wife called me and said she thought it was pretty cheap of This didn't hurt the chickens'but,they did look mighty silly -4 M

our son to accept the two dollars for a ,job he agreed to do walking around with those messages hanging from their p. U : 0 Cm. q1 w
for nothing. Then she reminded me for the fiftieth time of beaks. The chickens never visited us again, and relationswith 1 r
f all the clothes her son had outgrown and she had given me our neighbors remained friendly.

for our son. What do you make of this? How 'should it be L.S. H. I
handled? DEAR L. S. H.: And therein lies a moral: Never under-.,
estimate the of
BURNED UP power corn.
DEAR BURNED: Auntie is "pretty cheap And should she = I'LLTRYTO NIGHTY NIGHT A Vs\xi'V-:
1 again offer you hand-me-downs, suggest that she make the CONFIDENTIAL TO "DEDICATED PARENTS" IN" SEATTLE HCD I SHORE DO GOODER, PARSON h /, / 0

, Salvation Army or Good Will Industries the objects of her : I regret that you misunderstood my reply to "Heart- M t ENJOYED PARSON ., .
I generosity. break." I did,'not, and would not, advocate automatic institu- N OUR LEETLE A4
,'f ,DEAR ABBY: Back In 1905 my mother thought up a good tionalizing all mentally retarded. Nor did I imply that all CHITCHAT SNUFF/ t I / ,
I way to keep the neighbor's chickens out of our yard. She mentally retarded are "dangerous." 0

J soaked bread crusts in Dad's corn liquor (much to his dis1 Of America's 5% million retarded, only 210,000 are In insti

pleasure) and she scattered these crusts around our yard, tutions. Many are able to live happy, useful lives at home. < 1 where the chickens visited daily. The chickens came over as Efforts are being made to educate parents of retarded chil 0I

J.'1 ,usual ate their fill and promptly passed out just like humans' dren as to the nature of retardation, how it differs from ::Jen 6 z9 1
( all over'our yard. My mother went 'out, picked them up and mental illness, how limited the life'of the retarded child will f o
threw them back into their owners' yard. When ,the neighbors be, and how to help the child accept these limitations. I e

I'II saw their chickens lying there like dead, they got the hope that parents and neighbors of retarded children will

f hint. No more chickens for mother. It was much cheaper write to the National Association for Retarded Children, 386 r

than calling a lawyer, too. Park Avenue..S., New York, for information concerning this
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+ Sears, Roebuck & Co. is,already : non age ing stingless bees. 1 BEETLE/.' BAYbNET: SAP65
J _marketing a stingless bee, for dentist His father lives in a no- that it makes non-life so easy, ."''1 INSPECTION WONT,NOnCe /V CASE K5 GOES
: people who want to keep bees down payment house and and creates so much leisure The stingless bee, incidentally without really being bothered. wears a wrinkle free, drhjniry I time' to .enjoy non 11 v i n g. reaches the market at the same q 5 MINUTE
wardrobe. On formal occasionshe The time as the topless bathing suit
bee : disposable diaper, for ex-
The stingless of
inevitable the disposable wears a clip-on tie. ample, not only takes half the and the topless evening gown,
: just as
which has just appeared In Lon
out of parenthood but also
agony ,
is. It is the latest The
man merely
essence of non life is don..
will soon take the last
gives the parents time to
: in a long line off technologicalbreakthroughs non-involvement H
more positively
drink disturbing shred of
more odorless booze with- curiousityout
that have
brought known as playing it safe. Andso of anti-hero.
: into the Nothing Generation out offending baby's delicatenose.
us literature has created the
What next in the march toward s
: or, as social pyschologists might anti hero for the antitheaterand a better non-life for all
-call it, The Non Age. the anti-novel The antiherosits I The throwaway bottle saves Americans? The workless job is

The purpose of the Non Age is around in garbage cans doing 'them from the unpleasantness of already well developed. The dis-

to make it possible for the Noth- nothing for hours, except seeing junior sulk when ordered posable conscience is old hat.
ing Generation to get through a saying"no" to,life and.waiting to take the bottles back to There perhaps TF3LYOB w 1 +E th4i0'S SfW aoi R 7HE s If 3Aai5 AMY
,complete non- life without any to be disposed of. He is a great the store.,It also gives them a events in St. as recent -.. YC7QTtE ClfE..11KBtRYi1. I T1iNlC T'D BETTER. GO HOAIiE ta01fT TFO/ LFl S tSD 6ROII6HT fKt1t to W
Augustine and .AbOYr ME! lB'S
CCi1 lECS 11d1 WOME, '
+ + taaxLiiIG.
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I ,
: -of the untidy bothers of living favorite of the nothing genera.. chance to worry each other Mississippi suggest,for the pain-. bo I ic r F'A1T1: Tf lE.
like bee stings. Hence, the non- tion, which can listen to him for about why junior has nothing to less truncheon, though a case

M-.bee. hours, even on caffeine free do with his time but wolf fuzz- can be made that when safe, == rN
Other adjuncts of the good coffee. less peaches and seedless uninvolved non living be- <
k non life include the fuzzless When the anti hero wants to grail comes absolute,,everything will
*:peach, the seedless grape, and carbonate his stomach, be takesa The Non Age,F fortunately, pro- be painless. .
*-odorJes3) booze'vodka). All non' caloric soft drink. It vides for junior, should the I No. What the, nothing gen:

'I -2 2erve the same basic, function as comes in a disposable, nodeposit non ,.life hang heavily on 'eration needs for self completion ,
the stingless bee. They relieve no return bottle or a throwaway his hands and make him edg- is the disposable man. He

f man of the need to come to can. For amusement, he ey. The doctor will prescribesome will be able to pass from dispos- 1-

grips with nature by devising sits in de.- humidifed air watch- tranquillizers to keep him able diaper: to the trash can, k

V. schemes to keep peach fuzz off ing non actors pcrfrom non- in a non emotional state. The leaving no trace but for an estate h r

his chin, seeds out of his ippcn, dramas about non-people and prescription- will be written with. foe his disposable children._ i.

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June 29 1964 Gainesville Sun 21

..., 6 SPECIAL NOTICES 12 Mole Hell Wonted! 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sole -- r
W THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE al ditch survey line. said ditch survey

!.GATIr"7UDICIALCIRCUIT.. IN ANDOR line being described as follows: RIDERS
4 BR, 2 bath over n.
ALACHUA' COUNTY* FLORIDA. Commence on the south line of Sec- on July 10th. Must share expenses. opening for staff member with desire Reg. Broker, specallzlng I In log space air 210 s lv
.AWNO. tion 10. TSS R21E at a point 1753.75ft. Call 372-460 and educational requirements LAKE PROPERTIES ,ACRE- tion C.. W. llthAve. WANT-AD RATES
IOTICE OF RULE NISI west from the Southeast corner of to become C. P. A. Replies kept AGE. 3 miles No. Melrose 16 3'
1ACHUA. COUNTY. a Political Subdt- said Section 10. said point being on the I have new It64 model automatic confidential. 401 Robertson Bldg GR o 251
isbn ef the State of Florida. arc of a curve concave to the southwest Zig Zag sewing machines. No Ocala Fia.TIMEKEEPER. 521.RINBOW SEE NOW PH. 3728441for
attachments needed to do the
Petitioner having a radius of 286479 ft. RIVER near Rainbow
: thence from a tangent bearing of North buttonholes following decorative appliques_ stitches monograms prelect In for field constr. Spris Bevlf lot sand 3 ml. of Univ. 441
Caller o
26. C2" West run northwesterly Prob cni.
AUL BONTEMPS ET AL. 56 degrees 2-1145
said curve through an blind hems. Etc. $5.75per duration to end of Du write BILL Relto. 2 2
Defendants. along
mo. $54.50 total price. $15 ties Involved detailed paper on U. S. It, Inglis, CHOICE WESTMORLAND
46 13" a distanceof 5
OF angle KClassified
W. Univ. Ave. 37 -107S. Call FR ESTATEFor OnlyDEADLINES.
IN THE NAME AND BY THE 333J2 ft. to the end of said curve. ___ 2.3. < -
.UTHORITY OF ALACHUA COUNTY. run thence North 64 degrees 12 18" DUE TO DIVORCE must sell 164 EXCELLENT sale by owne rfnlncbl. 4
XORIDA: West 927.04 ft. to the Point of Beginning Zig-Zag sewing machine. Like 35 Houses for Sal BR. separate living r -
TO :AUWHOM IT MAY CONCERN. of said ditch survey line. run new. monograms buttonholes; el. washer ft.db.&ove. spil cent .

nd to all persons and parties claiming thence North 25 degrees 47 42" East sews on buttons. fancy stitches. OPPORTUNIT FOR SALE OR TRADE trailer 26. a. I.a. .. lot
Interest. 50 ft.. thence North 21 degrees 07 Pick up payments. $645 per mo. AAA f ca Tues. Thris Day before
title. run
r having any right. es- by owner. 3 BR, with many Call : Fr. paper pm ptT
itt mortgage or other lien to or on 18" West 2648 ft.. run thence North 09 Small bal. Call 372-7680 or FR 2- sociation has an opening for a built-m kitchen central heat.bath 313 For Sun pr-12:0 ajn.

'ose certain parcels of land hereinafterescribed degrees 4V 42" East 295.77 ft. run 2051._ membership representative in CII $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. For ads t go In Mon. ppr-1 p Sat..

.,and the following I persons to- thence North 31 degrees 3T 42" East 164 PARADE OF HOMES Gainesville and Ocala area. ThisIs 37U7. sign & engineered by U. .
eher ,with all unknown persons claim- 187.43 ft. to the end of said ditch survey August 16. .Benefit an excellent opportunity for a NEW under $35.000. S bedroom Str Corp.. Homes Division. 210 (Minimum 8 4 n"eS
man with manager ability age bath. study dining ft. 3 BR, ,
\ M by., through or under known persons line.Containing. Junior Woman's Club Charities. forl rom sq. 2 bath. air .
more or less. See tkk $5. 25 to 45. Sales experience pre living room fireplace brick veneer 2 car garage. RATES
1.119 acres. m.mber for FAMILY
/ho are dead. or who are not known tote 8"y
ferred but not triO kitchen, wall to wall carpeting Watch
t road right of nesary. Moth for opening date ef new

\ ,1 4 ECTION dead. or 26713-2601 alive: STATE"'ROAD S- exclusive way. of existing' 8 Baby Sitters Child Core bonus .Employee sales benefits. including central on heat and acre.air condi N. W. mel home Alachua Homes Inc. 1 Insertion ..................-........-.... .S IbIS

k CO '- A -ALACHUA COUNTY OWNED BY: paid tiin. .landscap CII Thomas FR 6. 3 Insertions .......... .................. line
1 ASCRIPTIONSVRCEL: Dosha Williamson a widow. Charlotte EXPERIENCED elementary schoolteacher zation. nctl.. hplll. 3rd 37.1. 6 Insertions .. ............. ...... .. .... "e line

No. 14 Simmons. single; Dr. 0. N. Simmons to care for children. 3 disability If you are Interested UNUSUAL architect Designed home. WHEREWill 12 insertions .............. .............,... ....... 14c line
I tlGHXOF.WAY"hit : & wife. Lucille M. Simmons; and SonIa acre play area. Planned program Incom.a career with a notional 3 BR. 2 bath *A acre on Hog- Total charge eemDuted by mutinying total Ones x rte. .am

I part of: Simmons Bontemps <. husband 3727150._ organization this may be tow Cr Glass walls provide you find more for yr m e x number of Insertion
SMU. of SWU of NWtt of Section 14. Paul Bontemps. your opporit. Call Marvin view from all rooms.Sunken ey than this wl 3 BR.
WHITE in private
*$S.. R21S- (North and East of Doan SUBJECT TO: babysitting Kolb 31-88. Iv. room with fireplace 1 bath CB for only S12
tcU Interest ef any unknown heir. devisee home. $2 per day. Phone 372-7395. and built In HIFl. Dining area. Near Ltniewood school

j ring I East of and within 50 feet- of the and-or other claimant under Lee Miller WILL care for children in my 13-Help Male or PenultCOOK'S kitchen Each BR. with built In dress wash bus lin. Stove. Ref.. shopping 5 Five letter words per fine

I urvey line of State Road S.200-A..Section & wife. Minnie Simmons Miller. both home. SVk days a week. Loads of er e.and desk, opening on private Ilu. Easy t buy.

6713-2601' said survey line being dot Deceased. toys & plenty of loving care. Master BR., with occupancy.WHAT
HELPER. good
good pay Same as 2
aforesaid parcels carrying Phone porc I
cribed as follows: THIRD: As to the 372-6587. and .
$ Apply In Wonder- room.Paneling 8 Pt.
t person ordinary
of right of way and hour dresin
i if Beginning on the South line of NWtt of the designation WILL keep one child. (White) at Restaurant 14 S. W. 1st and ceilng
| SWU of Section 14. T8S R21E at a point borrow pit. Petitioner has been delegated home Air conditioned Patio and
my St. behind Sarn.as3ltnes
the Legislature Sars.PLACEMENT th. More can you ask for ? Like
/ St 153.67 feet westerly from the Southeast the right of condemnation by play facilities. FR 25401. SU. 12 Pt.
porch co SD. Op new 3 BR. 2 bath ordinary type
corner of NWA of SWU of said Section of the State of Florida. and. SERVICE he on
J4f said point being on the arc of I careful and due deliberation has TINY TOT Office Professiona Ms Call FR 12 NW 39th Ave. Just City. 4
3th Ro. Ce.t. Heat. Room
to the Southwest having found that It Is necessary to the pub- ASld .
curve concave FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR. ed corner lot 130 x 1 18 Pt.ordinary type
from lic's best Interest to acquire the fee simple College GraduatesFor o
a radius of 170T.86 ft., thence a PLAY SCHOOLVisit CCB near Foster School. carport kitchen. Much
:. call 3T2-6377 Ele.
described as
11 tangent bearing of North 22 degrees title to said:: parcels app Step more. .
ST 14' West run Northwesterly along right of way and borrow pit. Likewise. us and see for yourself. 10-12:00 AJM. 2-4:00 PM. FHA $250 down
I as drainage _?4 SE 8th St. FR -7806.. Monday through Friday, $46 per mo. to qualified
said curve through an angle of 12 decrees as to the parcel designated er. 726 NW tha PI. buy WHENHave Same .s S IT
has found
it or 11" a distance of 403.99 C.p easement. Petitioner ordinary
to the end of said curve. run thence necessary to We public's best Interest Employment' 102 NW 2nd Avenue FOR SALE BY OWNER NW 600 been I BRAND tpe

North 34 degrees 44- 25" West 174961 to acquire a perpetual .easement In the 35th Ter. 3 BR. 2 fl baths y BR. ofere CB home

ft. to the West line of Section 14, T8S parcel so designated and described. In 14-Sales Help Wanted Ig. paneled Fla. shady on tt acre lot NW 16fh Ave.

R21E (East line of Section 15.' TSS. order to provide drainage of water from fenced In yard. cent gas heat. for 13X500? 0. Air The Gainesville Sun will bo responsible for more than one

R21E) at a point 315784 ft. northerly the roadbed and right of way of said 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED automobile salesman hardwood .floors. Convenient to ed. Double carport Ele coition-kic Incorrect Inrti n n be liable for any .r In adver

)f ) from the Southeast comer of said Section road so as to prevent and reduce the deterioration to start work immediately Llttlewood Westwood & Univ. en with beautiful Lo tlsement Greate extent than the cost of space occupied
L 15. continue thence North 34 degrees and damage caused or likely I WAITRESSES wanted to work thru Best pay plan In area. Free Immed. occupancy avaiL Phone D. P. by the It the advertisement. No adjustment wit
44' 25" West 17.62 ft. to the ba- to be caused. to said road due to erosion -i noon. and 5 to 11 at night. 4 hospitalization insurance & demo ..81.24 Hawthorne F II. be made on errors that not materially effect the value

: ginning of a curve concave to the South! and other adverse conditions likelyto days a week. Good salary. Good Plan Plent of action. Gateway NW. "io Low down payment.LR WHYPay the advertisement.The d o

through a total central angle of 2 O! be caused:: by not providing adequate working conditions. Apply Sandwich Inc.. Starke Fla. 2 Br., 1 air 2
greta 49 41" a distance of 222.79 ft. and proper drainage. Inn. 110 N.E :6th Ave. Phore 964-3900. walk m cedar lined close co. rent when y can ow this
said thence N 37 FOURTH: All persons having or claimIng Phone FR 6-0924. floors tile screened sparkling BR bath
to the end of curve REPRESENTATIVE que bat Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or rejecting -
degrees 34' 06" West 1S36J2 the any Interest In or lien against any of OPENING for resident nurse at FACORY open In this p pre:'. Concrete lOG 1 100 home for only a few hundred dol. any advertisement which It deems eblectional and to

beginning of a curve concave to the the property herein being condemned. Camp Crystal Lake. 4 to I weeks requirements nw aea Take up payments $75 m lars do and $76 per month. chance the any advertisement from that ordered -
Southwest having a radius of 286479 the places of residence. legal disabilities this summer. If int.retted. contact ence 2 experi Ft 5962. floors. Clr. utility clasificati policy O the

1 f... run thence Northwesterly along if any. and interest In said proper. Dwight Hunter at School Ad- ferred average oer t 30 night pre per 3 BR. 2 bath. home with redwood storlge. oeupan t .. t o paper.

said curve through an angle of 18 degrees ty of all owners. mortgagees. judgment ministration Bldg. Ph. FR 24391. week on road. estlbishe screened In porch. established I

a 51* 57" a distance of '43.29 ft. to creditors lien holders and persons in I WAITRESS wanted for Howard top rated manufacturer lawn 8. Air Conditioner swnwonemjmummimm ,
the North line of Section 15- 15$. R21E possession. so far as is ascertainable by Johnson's Restaurant. Apply to tive specialties offers thorough shrub Feer's Car UNIVERSIT

) at a point 3528.25 ft: easterly from the diligent search are as follows and all 11 A.M. or 2 to 4 P.M. In per. training complete insurance pro- ries a 5V pet. -GI loin exclusive
In this 35 Houses for SaleBY 35 Houses for Sola
15. of the following are defendants i and
Northwest corner of said Section ___son only. 2830 N.W. 13th St. gra/n an excelet opportunity swim club membership. Originally
Containing 0746' acres more or less cause: for you $1,000 per sold for $14,450 price now T
exclusive of existing road right of way. SECTION 26713-2601-STATE ROAD S. 'BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS month or more. Write for application $14.200 with $550 down, $87 per 1115 N. Main St. OWNER 3 BR. ) bath CCB. 2 y. old 4 BR. 2 bath. cen. "e\

OWNED BY: 200-A ALACHUA COUNTY-NAMES Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating to ARTHUR FULMER mo. including taxes & insurance.No W. M. Munroe $ $87 per mo. Joins C fenced yard
Edward Wilson & wife. Rosebud Wilson; 8. ADDRESSESPaul famous Studio Girl P. O. Box 17. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE qualifying necessary. Phone Reltor Playground and pool area In Iyem Can b purchased -

Robelle WilsonTaylor & husband Johnny Bontemps Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 372.347 for appt. to see. S. E. McLaughlIn, Frank Highland Court Manor with paid pay
ment. 3022 N.E. 13th Dr. Ph.
% .Taylor) Bonnie Wilson i. wife. Mar. 325 Collins AvenueMt. Phone 376-4336 after a. Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas. Jr _up membership call 372-5994. 4824. an
lon Wilson -Jettta Wilson a wldowertElizabeth Vernon New York 17 Work Male .
J Wilson. a widow Louise Wilson Parcel No. 19-R 27 & 34 RECEPTIONIST. doctor's office. I Wate'c FURNISHEDMODEL 4 BR, 2 bath home with panele 4 BEDROOMS, 2 baths. elr is
General office work. with Ig. Fla. Near ow
single Arthur Wilson. Jr.. & wife. MALE high graduate. bright Fla. rm. Lots of room and ro. 8oy1 er 3 BR, 1 bath roomy "OS.
1 office.
girl Perma-
Wilson & wife. Sonta Bontemps JCho HOMESOPEN faml.,. Yard & shrubbery estab 11J $0 dow Desirable
Delorts wttsont Eugene nent resident. Write Box 441-A and drivers license 372-9714. neighbro. LOl
Martha"'Wilson and Lonell Wilson & 325 Collins AvenueMt. c-o Gainesville Sun. Giving age. needs summer |ob. Call 3763.II Westinghouse air coitio down 3' Ter.
< Vernon. New York t er. color schemed
'wife. Claudia Wilson.- Parcel No. 19.R, 27 & 34 _marital status and experience. IlL DARKGainesville's tures Tappan blt"n kic .
L, SI' JECT 1O Schools & Instructions range. disposal cu. ft. Redfranks race.MERRILL
devisee WHITE housekeeper wanted. Livein. 1.2
Interest! :of,any unknown Mr
Lucinda Johnnie L. Davis Widower with 3 school age biggest new home refrigerator. This todayWould
claimant under
.and-er ether Waterboro. South Carolina children. Phone 372-2161 after 5 MEN & women II to ii. to train tor values In 13,0 to $17,000 range. tell for 117.0 our price
WUson Peceased.
RIGHT OF WAY Parcel No. 21 or anytime Sat or Sun. CIVIL SERVICE No mey VA. pay only now $17,350. 10 down. LITTLEWOOD
PARCEL Na..1I-R. Examinations. For Information $100 closing. FHA from $450 down 110.17 per mo. Excusive swim Realestate AREA Beuif
Tad.of:, EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. 3 bedraom 2 bath
4 send address & Phone No. Including closing.VILLGE. clb memberhip. Pho. mlsry he
AU-Uul..part SE of SW of Sec. Dr. O. N. Simmons Apply Manor Restaurant FR name centrally heated,. R21E (lying West of cereetoLe 1524 U Street N. W. 6-5212. Key Training Service. 112 W. se.OPPORTUNITY A GOOD BUY In this II brick ed. Built-in oven and elrcoltio,
owned by Nettle Coleman and Washington. D. C. Adams St. Jacksonville. GREEN 3 bedroom. 2 residence .. floors, 2 car Gllrae. well landscaped
lyk.t4eat.end ,within M feet of the work must be free to Real. EtateEam INC. MOVE NOW AND BE ready for In neighborh o 0 d. ONLY $24.3
survey line ef State..Road"S.200.A. Section Lucille M. Simmons travel outside of Gainesville. $1.50 2837 NE. 13th St. 376-7971 Fall School. Financing arranged on An older he. there Is nearly
26T13-26Ol.sald survey line being deambl'cf'f"fOncws 1524 U Street N. W. per hour plus expenses. Call 372- ATTEND First lesson free. all modern. Central Heat and Air. 1900 sq. living area. $700 DOWN Attractive 3 bed
I : Washington. D. C. 7083 collect. Fla. Institute of Pub- HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEoE } 2 bath home giant Cond. Near schools and Univer Modern heating system. Priced room 2 bath masonry homo In
I No. & 34 __lie Opinion. fetre below appraisal and OPENTO BLACK ACRES next to Golf
BMln-oirthe West ttne'ef Section 16. Parcel .R. 27 COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave size master bedro walk sity. 3 bro 2 bath.
I BSP21Eara polrtt 207425 n. North FR. 6-3507. 3723727. In closet & huge room. DFFERS Call 617. Course. THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL -
*Trom lhe "SoOthwesf comer of said Sec"Tfon"W ,, Robelle Wilson Taylor LADIESDo Tappan built-in oven & range. Air GOING BUSINESSLOCATED 4 BUY AT THE FHA VALUEOF
Air &
thenceSouth 59 degrees 9728-57 Avenue SHORTHANDTYPINGSecretarial 13.2 cu. ft. GE Conditioning Het. Fam 117.50.S.
I Apt. 3BForest have need to Courss ClasSs now conditoning. rerig on N. W. 13th St. ily room built-in Inlud
21* 30" East 117805 ft. to the beginning you a earn money? Beutiful
I ing dishwasher This DOWN
3 bedroom
Hilt New York Pleasant and profitable work forming. Business College Traverse rods BEER TAVERN Call us for h mason
of concave to the north- near plenty of shrubbery. com
t a curve 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR almost new with the lit- with built-in and
Parcel No. 14 your own home. Avon offers Presentvlue plete he
easterly having a radius of 5729578 ft.. Installed. Concrete patio. detais. tle .
3507. already paid for year old. at 3132 N.
extra In
opportunity.1 Call Avon rnge. S
1 rllA"thence southeasterly along said Manager $17,000 today's price 11,5 link fence. antenna W. SIb St. ONLY per month.
Johnny Taylor FR 20421.Wanted Men-women 18-52. Start ALCHUA T S
curve- through a total central angle of high 1 with $550 down $ mo drapes. etc. Small down
4 degrees 50....68a distance of 48472 9728 57 Avenue $102.00 a week. Preparatory trainIng Exclusive swim membership payment fc assume FHA loan. CONTEMPORARY charming
Member Multiple Listing
end ol said curve. run Apt. 3BForest al I until appointed. Thousands of Phone 372 3471 for home with
ft. to the experienced w tresses. 635 N. E. 1st St. Phone 376-2448 NO QUALIFYING. N. W. Area. three bedrooms two
tMnce- &outlt-64 degrees ir 18" East Hill. New York Must be over 21. Apply Lar. lbs open. Experience usually un FOR SALE BY OWNERNew Arle T. Smith Realtor A HOME WITH INCOME In an excellent baths central heating and alrconditlonlng -

'19694-ft. to'the beginning of a curveconcave"to Parcel No. 14 rys RestAurant. 1225 W. Univ. necessr. FREE Information on 3 BR home. 2V* living Mabel Gore Associate area. Very rentable Florida r and sretn
southwesterly' having Sllrles, requirements. bats all apartment and nice 3 bed ed patio In .
a radius ef M44.79 ft.,, run thence Bennie Wilson Ave.SECRETARIES Write TODAY giving name ad. electric& dining kitchen rm flmly. heating rm. & room 1 bath homo all In exceptionally -
soutneasterly-atong-said curve throughan 9801 -34 Avenue dress and phone. Lincoln Service air conditioning dbl. garage lots clean condition. Ask. Situated on a bavlf landsap

angte of 07 degrees 46 13" a distance Carona New York ELECTRO-TEC CORP. _Box 410M. c/o Gal.svill of storage on a large lot near FORDYCEREALTOR ing less than $4.0 ed lot. three hth hsa
of 38852. n. to the South line of Parcel No. 14 elementary schooL Inter Claude M. "Red'' Realtor with central heat and elrlto
Se-flon 10. TBS. R21E at a poinl! (DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA) 28 Livestock & Supplies ested new call 372-8175. I Myrtle Llsler. Associate I plus roam sr

:32J8.U ft easterly from the Southwest Marion Wilson '. W. E. Associate e porch city .
corner of said Section 10; 9801 34 Avenue SECRETARYTO WANT TO SEE your hogs properly WORK SHOP 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 3740117Res.
Containing 0905 acres: tn-1. exclusive carona. New York finished on dry lot or pasture. CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR, IV* bath 376-2927 or 372-7943 Looking for a split level. Let us

.of existing( road right of way. Parcel No. 14 COMPTROLLER then try CPA Cooperative Mills dining rm. Fla. rm.. Ig. util. Member Multiple Listing show you this beautiful three
Executive secretarial experience rm.. fenced back yard near home with central heat.
,. SECTION 2671J.2601-STATE ROAD S-200- 12 Porkmaker meal or pullets. bro
DESCRIPTIONS Rosebud Wilson required In manufacturing Indus- p. schools & churches. 372-76 Walled I Ireezer
'Ii A. -. ALACHUA COUNTY for June. FMXGainesville : :-
Kt Valley Street try.,Compose letters. take dictation or Alachua. Phone FR BY OWNER 3 bllts Lttlew. 3 patio. large bedrooms In this 4 NOTHING DOWN : Included.
PARCEL No. It-R RIGHT OF WAY Easton PennsylvaniaParcel coordinate superv Iso r s'schedules. 2-1095 or 461-2105. B R. 2 bath bedroom. 2Vi bath home In NW.
ull r.
No. 14 Familiarity with financial $450 Wall to wall VAS
OVNED BY: 3 MILK 2, landscaped capeting. lvin John
accounting, contractual terminology cows; are 1
t Dosha Williamson a widow* Charlotte down on new FHA Loan. or other room. Paneled
has 3 wk. old calf. all bro M'erril
TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration ef prefd. available. N.W. charming study private BR, 2 baths. 2000 IC. ft.
N. Simmons financing
Simmons. single; Dr.' O. 5
wife. Lucille M. Simmons; Sonia Taking has been filed In the above-styled SECRETARYTO Call heavy miker. and have ahots 36th St. 372.382 bath. Situated on a large beau MULTIPLE
cause by the Petitioner. the acquiring auhority tiful lot. Only Call .
$ Simmons Bontemps & husband. Paul CHIEF ENGINEER IT'S A BUY. $200 down. monthly S MARCELLA PARDI
of these proceedings. of the takIng 2 year old Colt trained to lump & S10 dyce & Inc 376-123. $300 DOWN
Bontemps. of the above-described lands for the Requires experience as secretaryand ride 2 western saddles bridles. 3 BR. CCB.' co Ichls Redwoodconstrcti W. H. BUCHANNANConventional
1 Interest of any unknown heir devisee purpose set forth In the Petition In t h l-s administrative assistant to Familiarity amaioI' blankets & halters. All fo$350. NE. Phone PAYMENTNW
under Lee MIt.Icr cause. viz.: As right of way for a por- engineering manager. 376319. For Sale by owner 3 large bedrooms In a delightful neigh
claimant -
and-or other with mechanical engineering 3 BR, 1 bath walking di
lion of County Road No. 200-A In Ala. Florida walking
borood. dlstlnc !
& wife. Minnie Simmons Miller ro. hado M
both Deceased chua County. Florida, and that the Hon terminology preferred.GET 30 PETS & SUPPLIES floors, 2 full bths. School U tal to school -
OF WAY orable J. C. Adklns Jr. one of the pointREPLY home. $17.000. 1110 36th bedroom 2 bath home. AC In
cluded In the low of ,
Judges of the Circuit Court In the Eighth Ave. FR price ol.
ThM part of: Director of Industrial Relations TOY POODLES, from some of the 2-1265 $450 down. approx.
The West *4 of NWV4 of SW. Section Judicial 25th day Circuit of June.of A.Florida D. 1964 at will.':30 on-M.the. ELECTRO-TEC CORP. finest blood In Fla. Only 3 purebred NW SECTION. 3 BR. 2 baths. SI4.0.Call Fordyce & Associates, $500 DOWN
'.I'. T8S. R21E I 6 week old white 8t utility rear terrace -
PO Box 667 Ormond Beach Fla puppie large carport Inc. 376-1236.
III the Alachua County Courthouse at PAYMENT S. W. 3 2 bath family rm,
I lying each side of and within 50 feet of Gainesville. Florida consider Declaration (an equal I opportunity employer at $75 each. Also 1 excellent condition. Good fire b. tot, fine residential
tie ttrV..llne of State Road 5-200-A. Sec- of Taking. appoint appraisers. and dard adult. 372-5624. terms. 372.575 Terraced 1 BR 2 bath. Ig. lot In Northwest p. only S800.00.

tn! 26713-2601. said survey line being doscl"ed make such Order as the Court deems 12 Male Help Wonted FREE white kittens 32-5170. LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 ; in beth front and back situated en Take Ul Eqit of only $125

as follows: proper. All parties to the suit and all BR. 2 bath cent. heat built In a lushly landscaped lot In the mo. Mary Moeller
the North line of the SW',i of BLACK miniature poodle puppies.
Eegln on SW section this architecturally
the SWU of Section 10. TtS. R21E at parties Interested may appear and be BOYS wanted for afternoon paper AKC reg No resabl. otter r. kitch. he. You can save GR designed 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. $900 DOWN
a point 133.17 ft. westerly from the heard at the time and place designated.You. < routes. 12 yrs. or older. See or fused. Phone SlO. 23826 or can be yours for only Near Gainesville
and each of you. are hereby commanded cell Mr. Young. afternoons. 372- Melrose. S13710. PAYMENT
Northeast corner of said SW'i of SWV4.said GERMAN shepherd pups. 4V4 mos. 559. A low down payment can See this spacious, charming 2
point being on the arc of a curvet to appear by filing an Answer to (441. ext. 19. Gainesville Sun old. AKC reg. All NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BIU S on this home Over 2600 2 BR. 1 bath Southwest only $51 story. 4 br. 2 bath home to.
the Petition heretofore filed In this Circulation ShotS Excel nnge
concave to the northeasterly' having alit cause lent. Phone a7 bath. Central heat central air of living area large closets per ma. living rm. dining rm, Ig landClrll -
vs of 5729.$78 ft.. thence from a In the entitled Court. on or before July roofers. Apply 7:00 238o cond. Northwest. $1.0 Call and bedrooms and many extra 3 BR, 2 bet NW close t school. scaped Lake view. Melrose -
J tangent bearing of North 61 degrees 31st. 1964. to show what right. title Interest A.M. In person ready to worn. FLORIDA Pest Control Is featuring 376927. features. Call Fordyce & Associates a MoellerAnglewooo :
21 09" West run northwesterly along or lien you. or any of you. haveIn 2314 N.E. 19th Drive. this month Tropical Fish and 1 Inc.
3 large 'S1612
and to the above-described lands and Tropical Birds of all kinds. We NEWBERRY -
said curve through an angle of. 1 degree show cause why the same should not betaken WANTED one good second cook. also have chidren's pets andsuples bath, living rm. & dining rm. Call Beautifullyshaded $1500 DOWN -
59 39" a distance of 199 42 ft. to
for the uses and set forth Apply by letter to box 443-M care Call any of your 4722346.Builder
lot and Interesting living
Feet. Looking for
the end of said curve. run thence North I of Gainesville Sun. PAYMENT So. space and
S ""59degrets 21' 39" West 117805 ft. tc I the Petition filed herein. CloseOutBUILDER are yours In this 3 bro gracious living? See this 3 br.
I the West line of Section 10. T8S R21E WITNESS my Hand and Seal of this THE Independent Life Insurance CONTROL PET CENTER, FR In the NW si 3 BR, 2 bath, NW close to 2 bath Fla. central
Court. on this 12 day of June. A.D. 1964.J. 6-2661. 20 NW 16th Ave. must sell limited number hm tOS. n
(East of Section *. TSS. R21E) al Company has an opening for an a features built-in school .m shopping.DAN heat db. garage, lot.
I 'at: paint 2076.25 ft. northerly from the B. CARMICHAEL. ordinary agent. Advance draw to ENGLISH Good of new homes in one ofGainesvIlle's oven and surface unit. Wisin Call
Sou:heast corner of said Section 9, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT qualified applicant. Call.l. I. for Witc shepen lt pppis. FR most beautiful areas. maine and many 011. MleInvestment
thence North 5* degrees II* 30" west129C.24 COURTIN Williford Manager at FR 6-2582 Close to schools and shopping. Call & Aw
AND FOR ALACHUA for Information and appointment. Edwards, Inc. 376-7971. S160 Fordy BYRDASSOCIATES
ft. to the North line of the NEW; COUNTY. FLORIDA. YOU will be proud to own one el Hug Inc 3

,e* v'e SEV of Section f. TIS. R21E at i; BY EMILY WATERHOUSE MAN wanted for local milk route these beautifully marked healthy. WHY PAY RENT INC. 4 Acre near Med. Center, suitable

I point:: 231.17 ft. easterly from the Northwest Deputy Clerk age 23-35 married. bondable A.K.C. registered beagle pups. New homes S90. br tie FORDYCEACIArE.INC Jack DeYet Realtor fr Apt. siu or Business.
1 comer of NEW of SEVi of said (SEAL) high! school education or equivalent Bred to hunt. Ideal pets. Ph. S76- bath $65 month o Associates
204 S. Also 162 tt. near U.F. campus. Income
Section; WAYNE CARLISLE preferred. Apply W. 55. S. E. 45th Terlce. sometradeIns. Walter E. Stoddard E. E. Hslloway
Containing 1.583 acres more or less ex 5th St.WANTED. Call FR 2.2 property or build for tenant.
COUNTY ATTORNEYP. THREE e-week old registered miniature Christine Stone
& chnlve of existing road right of way. O. BOX 44 one night clerk preferably Chihuahuas. 2 females and BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 bat extra Grace Fordyce. Broker 125 NW 13 Street MOTEL SITE on new Interstate
O.::NED 1SY; GAINESVILLE. FLORIDAOf retired or semi-retired man. 1 male beautiful and very rea- large shady lot. Ig. area Dudley Goulden, 'Associate 75 exit-call Mary Mealier
Johnnie L. Davis & wife. Willie Mae : counsel for the petitioner. Apply In person to Hotel Thomas. sonable. Call FR 2-712 big kitchen with skyiht. terrazzo Harvey Associate Call night o day
Davis 415 N.E. 2nd St. between floors. 4018 NW West Bento
(3423) 6:15. 22. 29; 7:6 O. C.
I PARCEL No. 27 RIGHT OF WAY hrs. of 7 and 12 AM or ':30 PUREBRED $19 and AKC Beaglepuppies. merland. 376-7993 e"I S for ppf.. W.GIY UnlV. Aslat. Budget
Borrow Pit No. 2. Haul Road 1. Drain to 10:00 We board dogs. Jlmes 3612
f Right of Station 114 and 20.49 PM.WANTED Kennels Rt. 1. Box 7$. BY OWNER Carol Estates 3 BR. FREDARNOLD 3 BR IV* bath CB. house near

Th't part. of: Heights. C5 2 bt". kitchen equipped opti business lo. easy ters. Investigate.
(II) EVj of EVi of NW1el SWU of Sec. FOR SALE Two Toy French Phone Call Mary Mlle
,tion. 10. TSS..R21E, AND CHECKThESE Poodles blac. 6 wks. old. AKC Ave. 372.16HOME
(I) NEW-o SW of Section 10. 18$. : Phone 454-9351. for st by owner. Lot
R IE asjcnbfj as follows: Have a City License High Springs 1135 Esther Williams MaryMoeller
Commence on the West line of Section Stay sober swimming pool. 410 N.E. 13th

I 10. TSS. R21E at a point 207625 ft. Be Be reliable willing to work ail hours 33 LOTS FOR SALE Ave. Shown by appointment only. REALTORSHADED
R. Crane 3723631.
I northerly from the Southwest corneref Call J.
Live in city MASON MANOR. Neat 4
said Section 18 run thence South bro.
Have a phone 2"i acre wooded home sites near
NEWLarge 2 bath home.
59 degrees 2V 30" East 1149.43 ft.. runt references Crtr.1 hating
Give school
new Myre- By .
t M lh, 1 deoree ir 00" W.stAoo Terllge. 4 2 bath home air conditioning ONE ACRE LOT

ft. to the point of beginning of Borrow HE CAN EXPECT: owner.Phone b arranged. with Btdro.fami., room and rear yard makes Ideal play In Idytw.kJ 3 bro 2 bath

I Pit .No 2. continue thence North Good paySteady 376FORDYCE sep dining room. built-in for children. Convenient to schools with FHA fnani Central Realtor

I 1 dearee ir 00" west 300 ft.. ru.iI CLASSIFIEDADS work LOTS kitchen with oven. range. dishwasher be heat, maui house,

thence North 8$ degrees 43 00" East Paid vacation BUCKINGHAMHigh and disposal. Central heat IMMEDIATE on this pleasant occupancy 3 bedroom can ma had bul.I kitchen. $1,000.down to qua 1019 W. University FR 64

,330: ft, run thence Soutn 1 degree Time I. half over 40 hours and rolling exclusive new and air c Good term Ph ry home on nice Florida tot, be.CENTRL Member Multiple t

ir 00" East 300 ft. run thence South residential area soon to be opened FR 2- U within walking distance Par Gain AIR-CONDITIONING MARY MOCLLER, BROKE

88 degrees 43 00" West 300 ft. to the Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING. INC. One acre tots-highly restric The SwimFREE ville High and J. J FinUy Elementary In Northwest.- 3 ASSIATESE.
In I
Point of Beginning 372-0405. ted. Call first offering. Get Schools.ANGLEWOOD. 2 beta with family room bro W. Kessler
ALSO: lifetime family membership a Iv. Dick Dvrbin
A parcel of land for Borrow Pit Haul TROUBLE SHOOTER FODYCEAoiates. In Carol Estates Club and Almost new 4 bedroom I grS Has built-in
homo Price Is
MUST have of Si yard.
Route lying East of and within 40 feet In.Realtr a feed
Community alt 2 bath Contemporary
construction and maintenance. t N h. only with $700 down
of a line described as follows: Edwards homo Central heat central 17.
Southwest 'of Ben.row Must thrive on hard work. AiI Huh be 36 a. A t q.lled be.BRGAIN
Begin on the comer 916 W. Univ. 12 Fenced back Family
ty to work well with
Pit No. 2. run thence South 1 degree 7. beautiful ly m kitchen. Immediate I
sential. You will be paid accord.Ing 420* 210 S-241 well. or PRICE
400 ft. to the end of said FOR x o IDEAL HOME for young coupte
,I ir Haul BO"Route East! L. to your ability and exper field out bldg. 8705 N AtL Ave.. an' family. 3 BR 1 bath. on.A Nea.da. 2 bath I Fo top quality WorkmanshIp I
Good future with Capg Canaveral and E. A
I SECTION: 267U-2601-STATE ROAD 5200.A..At.ACHUA .- ; ee.pany. to Box t A co c-o Flria. ceslo per down py closing. PERFECT HOME. beautiful a' unit, patio, 12 Stre. $900 cl 172-6142
COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS Rep spacious for gracious living
down and assume S12JOO mortgage -
34 Waterfront Property 160 SE 39th Place. FR 2.n .
Westside location
ed in a choice
at 4* per cent Interest and GAINESVILLE
PARCEL No: 27 RIGHT OF WAY BIG GM Ta trained MECHANICS work immediately.must wanted.. WOULD you buy a $20,000. f this 4. br I bath h with S1 per month.FINLEY.
star ON THE GULF considerably a pi UPHOLERY
AlSO".A :. "e own tools. Plenty efworn. t w I room f.
I parcel of land for Borrow Pit Drain Free hosp lying South- el and within 20 feet of salary guaranteed equippedwith drapes br
Gaines Crf
from "Ie.
I a (line described es follows: mt modem service facilities Other Properties lilU mine ro. storage space central h on lar l otto blocks Florida

Begin on the Northeast corner of BorrowPit SAVINGSAnnouncements I era. Fla.Gateway Clrote.In. David AndrewsCedar vie. box I yr Gllle ePul.Wrie heat and air conditioning. room, fireplace room
North 88 ,
No. 2. run thence degrees P 30 foyer. Excellent
43 00" Wet 250 teet to the end of Borrow MOTOR route carl for established Key. 3841 BLACK GOOD IU. O' leaving 2 tO pl t.r FRCELST1MATES.I
Pit Drain.Containing route In and ACRE and sell b S
2J02 acres more or Ie$ Orange Heights Har. 1 Acre on Suwannee River on high PRICED TO SELL 2br h room FURNACES emd Quality I

OWNED BY: Must have tanap GOARNINGS b.100 n. river frontage phone 2 baths ur kic and acrSeiiedporch. Centrally air ELEGAN and boated
heat and central iti AirConditioner
Do&na* wntlamson. a widow. Charlotte tatl b bondable. Fo\ 2..2 heat < air Cfrai Priced to selL three bedroom balk home Central 1
RtvPShs. "'ingie; Dr. O. N.' Simmons fati M. Voi 2 JUST LISTED Modern 3 b units electric range and cap ciii. outside city limits. Cozy panelled

&- Te. LVCllle M. Stanmonet" and SonMa IC1. Crclati D. 5:0 room 2 bath HON with Storage and utility r 1. NEW WESTSIDE restricted residen. family room with old bi fire I
Simmons Bontemps" t, husband. P. frontage o LAKE SANTA gle Clr. lot 110 x 1.with tial acre paved, place. Completely kitchen
FE. 300 deep. Dock FR 6-4427. sbilsl lotS extra
Paul Bontemps.. has" 17 trs. large
.ICE ( milk processor $3950. comer se
CREA a, pit. A Itr 11 unlimited
.SfSJECT.,Interest of any: unknown- heirs devisee ; 3 LOST > this rt sle' In .a-8 It h rl FOB Sale or trade. a BR. S yo homcs-to space thermopan sliding sore by 'jfgJlL I
and-or other claimant under Lee Mil- FOUND Ag 23 salary dieM heat. kIt equip all eual- home located I Wean now bo the I Iea. doors. Fall-out shelter. $ .oDIISS

lev-l' ..... Minnie Simmons Miller, edUltl o gar Ill construction. Price S Estate On s Best In In.tenuity
LOST; Mans Bvtova watch Tuesday ante cml CalREDFRANK bath family eP ul
ii .b4a Deceased. - P.M. In restroom of Hump- t .pu exe bene $ REALESTATE S 'I RI MeMePARRISH ARNOLDRealt d designed I
OF WAY Rm aa
PARCEL No.RIGHT of Station 98 plus ty Dumpty. Call FR 27350 after pra Fo Iteri call 7 N. E. 1st S Ph. 376-0117 Rm heat buOWn engineered 1.1b I
'La'eral Ditch Right 7 p m. Reward FR 22 M. Fli cal GE dishwasher. 2 I
n..iTh WEEK-END Camp on Crystal clear c
** pert of: WANTED parts cterk. S ex running Into the Suwannee ya wili t 1s Company A AMERICAN HEATING I
(I) SEW of SWU North of Dean's Road1r5.cIon prlb. 21 N has not been com FH Listing /Member c
10 T8S. tUlE.-AND.1T M Ph. 3A f Pl t fn details. Con $22.700. Down payment 1. 1219 W. Univ. AY' 3723522 PH. 376-3268

? HE.. of SW* of'Section" 10. T8S. LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention M. 8 HOIr Real Es Immediate op. & ASSOCIATES INc A Pete Sieg IfM NC iv ,
R21E. to nervous or elderly. WANTED snort order tate Broker 7 Gi FI 1027 H C Butler H Wayne Hill 1 f. W. Hodge n

lying (I) left of and within\ 40 feet and Easy Way Driving School FR cook. exp Restaurant f C Office Hi Sl Brt 372545 V C Gan Mary Parrlsn Stepper Charlie M J. )

(2) right ef and within 23 feet of a tater- 2-7002 LIe. by State of Fla. 122 W. Uitiv. Ave. Fi _n_ St TeU FR 2-5375 B Kalkman Jimmy

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June 29. 1964 Gainesville Sun 21

P 6 SPECIAL NOTICES 12 Mole Help Wanted 34 Waterfront Prpr 35 Houses for Soft
; Jf THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE al ditch survey line said ditch survey

!.GH11rJUDICIALCIRCUIT.. IN AND lute being described as follows: RIDERS ACCOUNTANT
WANTED to Akron Ohioon CPA firm has WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
4 BR, 2 bath over ft. liv-
: >W NO.IOTICE R21E at point 1753.75ft. WANT-AD RATES
10. TIS I Call 372-4460. and educational requirements LAKE PROPERTIEStRE.. c W. llttt
OF RULE NISI west from the Southeast corner of to become C. P. A Replies kept AGE. 3 miles Melrose, Ave. 16 3' H
have K44 model automatic N
J-ACHUA. COUNTY. I Political Subdl- said Section 10. said point being on the new confIdentiaL 401 Roberts Bldg. GR o 2-5
Ision of the Stats of Florida arc of a curve concave to the south- Zig Zag sewing machines. No Ocala, FI&TIMEKEEPER 521.RINBOW SEE NOW PH. 372-8441''
attachments needed to do the
RIVER Rainbow
Petitioner west having a radius of 286479 ft. near Malore Gardens
following decorative stitches for field
lot, sand
thence from a tangent.bearing of North tion in cstr-. Belutif 5 mL S. ef Univ. on 441
buttonholes. appliques monograms project
Call .
rAUL BONTEMPS ET AU 56 degrees 2602" West run northwesterly Prb beac. frnied cotta. 21145 2-4425 2-4537 for
said curve through an blind hems. Etc. 1575 b. duration to end of yea. Du Relo. -
Defendants. along per me. S54JO total price. (15 involved detailed paper work. U. S. If, Inglis CHOICE
IOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN *>RO- angle of 7 degrees 44 13", a distanceof W. Univ. Ave. 374-K75. Call ESTATE Classified OnlyDEADLINES
:EEDING IN THE NAME AND BY THE 33J.32 ft to the end of said curve. __ For .

.UTHORITY OF ALACHUA. COUNTY. run thence North 64 degrees 12 It" DUE TO DIVORCE must sell 144 2.ECELLENT sale by owner rfnacle'4

XORIDAi West 927.04 ft. to the Point ef Beginning Zig-Zag sewing machine Like J5, Houses for Sale dish BR. separate living r
washer, dbl ,
TO 'ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. of said ditch survey line. run new. monograms buttonholes el.: 2400 dfit..even .1 ,
lid to III' and parties claiming thence' North 25 degrees '47" 42" East sews on buttons. fancy stitches. OPPORTUNIT' sq. =
persons FOR SALE OR TRADE heat & air cond Ig .
title. Interest. 50 ft., thence North 21 degrees 07' Pick up payments. $4.45 per mo. AAA f trail Tues. Day before
r having any right. es- run er by owner. 3 BR 1 with many trees. Call ttln Fr. per p. platt
Ite. mortgage or ether lien to or on 18" West 264.1 ft.. run thence North 09 .Small bal. Call 372-7680 or FR 2- sociation has an opening for e built-in kitchen central heat. Call 313 go s pper-12:0 ajn.
lose certain parcels of land hereinafterscrIbed.and degrees 41' 42'" East 295.77 ft.. run 2051. membership representative in 374-8779. $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Del For ads to go In ppr-1 p Sat..

the following persons to- thence North 31 degrees 3T 42" East 144 PARADE OF HOMES Gainesville end Ocala area. ThisIs sin & engineered by U. S.

eher .wlttt all unknown persons claim- 187.43 ft. to the end of said ditch survey August *-14. .Benefit an excellent opportunity for a NEW. under $35.000. 5 bedroom 4 Stel .. Hos Divii 2100 (Minimum e 4 lines)
man with manager ability age bath study fonl dining sq. ft. 3 BR. ,
under known lire.Containing. Junior Woman's Club Charities. co.
M by throug"-or personsIho .
25 to 45. experience living room with fireplace, electric brick
1.119 acres. more or less See member for tickets. Sl veneer car FAMILY RATES
are dead or who are not known to any
but Month kitchen wall to wall Watch for
road fight of necesary. cart opening date of new

t ; *ECTION dead or' 26713-2601 alive: STATE" ROAD S- exclusive way. of existing" 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car ly bus Employee sales allowance benefits com Including Ing, central on heat and acre.air N. W. mel home. Alachua Homes Inc. 1 Insertion ...................?............. .. S line

-. BY missions tiin. landsap C.1 Thomas. FR 69 ...... .... .. lin
00 -ALACHUA COUNTY OWNED : paid 3 Insertions .. ... 2
t ASCRIPTIONS Dosha Williamson. a widow. Charlotte EXPERIENCED elementary schoolteacher v.catl. hpitall'ztl. 3rd Cort. 37616 4 Insertions ................................ J'e In.

: -1 MRCEL: No. 14 Simmons. single Dr. O. N. Simmons to care for children. 3 Inco. retiement you interested UNUSUAL architect Designed home. WHEREWill 12 Insertions ...................... 14 ln
I tICHIOF.WAYTut & wife, Lucille M. Simmons; and Son- acre play area. Planned program a career with a national 3 BR.. 2 bath 4t acre on Hog- Total charge commited by multiplying total lines x rt. .Im

k part of: la Simmons Bontemps *. husband. 3727150. organization this may be tow Cr Glass walls provide you find more for your m e I number o Insertions.S .
V\ SJVU, of SWU of NWA v af Section U. Paul Bontemps. your opportunity. Call Marvin view from an rooms.Sunken than this well located 3 .
\' '$s.- R21K_(North and East of Doan SUBJECT TO: WHITE baby-sitting in privatehome. _Kolb, 3T7-C488 Iv. room with fireplace 1 bath CB home for only Sl.OOO.
\1 ''f tndt- Interest of any unknown heir devisee $2 per day. Phone 372-7395. and built In HI-FI. Dining Near Llttlewood school

ring East of and within 50 feet- of the and-or other claimant under Lee Miller WILL care for children in my 13-Help Male or FemaleCOOK'S Each equipped BR. with Including built In dresser wash bus line. Stove, Ret. shppi d Five letter words per n

(jl -I urvey line of State Road S.2(>>.A..Section & wife. Minnie Simmons Miller both home. 5Vi days a week. Loads of er. and desk opening on private washer Included. Easy t b.

line being deft Deceased. toys & plenty of loving care. Immediate
(713-26014' said survey
HELPER. good pay. good BR.. with occupancy.WHAT Same 2
THIRD As to the aforesaid parcels carrying Phone 372-4587. por Mste sepr a I
I cribed as follows: : hours Apply in person Wonder- 8 Pt. ordinary
of right of way and dresi rm
Beginning on the South line of NWV4 of the designation WILL keep one child. (Wh.te) at house Restaurant 14 W. 1st Paneling end calli
4 $W' of Section 14. TIS. R21E at I point borrow pit. Petitioner has been delegated Air conditioned S Patio and
my home St. behind Sameaslflnes
tllrh. screed More can ask for S21, 50? Like 1
the Legislature Sars.PLCEMENT
f 153.67 feet westerly from the Southeast the right of condemnation by play facilities. FR 25401. you 2Pt
S ordinary type
after co 10. 3 BR. 2 bath CB home
corner of NWV4 of SWA of said Section of the State of Florida. and SERVICE house N.W. ne on

\I \ 14,: said point being on the arc of I careful and due deliberation has TINY TOT Ofie Profesiona 34th Road. Call FR 47881FOR Cent.39th Heat Ave., Just oi City. 4 lines
found that It Is necessary to the pub Ro Sad
curve concave to the Southwest having Tenicl SALE BY OWNER 2 BR. ed corner lot x 140. 1 18 I Ptaordinary type
fee simple
acquire 13
Interest to
ft. thence from a lic's best
0 a radius of 1909 M PLAY SCHOOL Cll. Gradates CCB. near Stephen Foster School. carport. Much
j For Ele
described as
bearing of North 22 degrees title to said parcels ppt cl 372- kit
.i tangent more. .
FHA evaluation $7450. $250 down,
10-12.00 2-4:00
Likewise. Visit
and for yourself.
West Northwesterly along right of way and borrow pit. us see P.
3r 14" run
X designated as drainage _J4.Se Bttt St. FR 4780e.Employment. Monday through S per mo. to a qualified by
12 the
said curve through an angle of decrees as to parcel found It is PERSONNEL CENTER 726 NW 34th PI. WHENHave 24 PtaSame as It
I 07 11" I distance of 403.** ft. easement. Petitioner typThe
p to the end of said curve run thence necessary to the public's best Interest 102 NW 2nd Avenue FOR SALE BY OWNER NW 400 you been BRAND

North 34 degrees 44- 25" West 1749.M to acquire I perpetual .easement In the 35th Ter. 3 BR 2 full baths NEW 3 BR. oer.CB home I

y f ft. to the West line of Section 14. T8S. parcel so designated and described. In 14-Sales Help Wanted Ig. paneled Fla. rmsrady en Vi acre tot on NW 14th Ave.

, R21E (East line of Section 1S' T8S. order to provide drainage of water from fenced In yard, cent. gas heat. for Cent. Air Gainesville Sun will be responsible for than one
k R2IE) at I point 3157.84 ft. northerly the roadbed and right ef way of said 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED automobile salesman hardwood floors. Convenient to e. carport, Ele coito klc incorrect irti n n be liable for any error In advertisement -

t from the Southeast corner of said Section road so as to prevent and reduce the deterioration to start work immediatelyBest Llttlewood Westwood & Univ. with beautiful extent than the cost of the space occupied
I IS. continue thence North 34 decrees and damage caused or likely WAITRESSES wanted to work thru pay plan In area. Free Imme. occupancy avail. Phone L by the Item m the advertisement. No adjustment will '

'f 44* 25" West 17.42 ft. to the b*- to be caused to said road due to erosion noon and 5 to 11 at night. 4 hospitalIzation insurance & dem 1-24 Hawthorne. Fla. WHY be made on errors that d not materially effect the value

ginning of a curve concave to the South- and other adverse conditions likelyto days a week. Good salary. Good plan. Plent of action. 'N:W. Low down payment. the advertisement.The o

through a total central angle of 2 degrees be caused: by not providing adequate working conditions. Apply Sandwich Inc.. Starke, LR. e"o 2 Br.. 1 air 2

49 4 a distance of 222.79 ft. and proper drainage. Inn 110 N.E i4th Ave. Phone 9443900.FACTORY walk in cedar lined close*co. Pay rent when y can o this

to the end of said curve thence N 37 FOURTH: All persons having or claimIng Phone FR 4-0924. REPRESENTATIVE quet floors tile bath, screened sparkling BR. bath Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising rt-

degrees 34 M" West 1536J2 the any Interest in or lien against any of OPENING for resident nurse at sltton now open In this p porci: Concrete patio.' lOG 1 100 home for only a few hundred dollars lectlng any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal and o to

beginning of a curve concave to theSouthwest the property herein being condemned. Camp Crystal Lake. 4 to 8 weeks requirements aea lot. Take up payments $75 m do and $76 per month. chance the classification of advertisement from that ordered -
I having a radius of 286479f the places of residence. legal disabilities this summer. If intres.ted' contact ence 2 experi F' 6 62 floors. Carport, utility t* conform to the In the paper
I and Interest In said property oer 30 Ca & storage. Immediate occupan- PI
:_, run thence Northwesterly along if any Dwight Hunter at School Administration ferred average t night per 3 BR 2 bath home with
said curve through an angle of 18 degrees ef Sail owners. mortgagees. ludgment Bldg Ph. FR 24391.: week on road. screened in porch, red 1
51* 57" I distance of 943.29 ft. to creditors, lien holders and persons In top rated manufacturer lawn & Air Con- r---------------
WAITRESS wanted for Howard autoo m nnmmn" .ar "
the North line of Section 15.- T8S. R21E possession so far as Is ascertamable by Johnson's Restaurant. Apply t to tive socclalties offers thorough ditioner shrub.. Fers Car UNIVERSIT ....,. .-

) at point 3.528.25 ft; easterly from the diligent search are as follows and III training complete insurance program a S'/ if. Gl loan exclusive
4)\ a. 11 A.M. or 2104 P.M. in person ries
defendants In this 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole
Northwest corner of said Section IS of the following are only.' 2830 N.W. 13th St. # and an excellent opportunity swim club membership. Original
Containing 0.746 acres more or less cause: for you to earn 11,000 per ly sold for price now
exclusive of existing road right of way. SECTION 26713-2601-STATE ROAD S- BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn month or more. Write for application $14,200 with $S14.dn. $87 per 1115 N. Main St. T BY OWNER 3 BR. 1 bath CCB. 2 yr. old 4 BR. 2 bath, cen.1l.1a

, .;.),, DWNEDBY! 200-A ALACHUA COUNTY-NAMES up to $5 per hour demonstrating to ARTHUR FULMER.. mo. including tle > Isurance.No W. M. Munroe, 50 down $17 per mo. Joins air co fenced yard well fc
Edward Wilson & wife. Rosebud Wilson; famous Studio Girt qualifying Ph Associates and pool area In Iyem pr.

Robelle Wilson-Taylor & husband. Johnny Bontemps Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. _- 372-37 for appt. to see. S. E. Frank Roby. Highland Court Manor with paidup chas lke n down
N.E. lth Dr. Ph.
Taylor Beanie Wilson S. wife. Mar. 325 Collins AvenueMt. Phone 374-4334 after '. Roy McLlughln. Douglas membership. Call 373-Sm 3
\ Vernon New York Wanted Male Mclnn. Jr 42.
z Ion Wilson Jettie Wilson. a widower 17 Work
IT Ellzabeth Wilson. a widow Louisa Wil. Parcel No. 19R. 27 & 34 RECEPTIONIST. doctor's office. I FURNISHEDMODEL 4 BR, 2 bath home with pnele 4 BEDROOMS 2 baths. air-cond. GOLF CLUB AAANOR By owner -
General office Work with Ig. Fla. Near Club
typing Fla rm. Lots of rm. BO"1
4 'son. single Arthur Wilson. Jr.. & wife MALE high graduate bright and 3 BR, 1 bath roomy houS.
f Sonia essential. 1 girl office. Permanent Jco HOMESOPEN family. Yard & shrubbery 5130 J00 down. Desirable
Wilson & wife, Bontemps o w
\ DeSerts Wilson;, Eugene resident. Write Box 441-A and willing drivers license lished. est.b 372- 714. nighborho.
Westinghouse air
a 1 Martha Wt1son and 'Lonell Wilson & 325.Collins Vernon AvenueMt. New York c-o Gainesville Sun. Giving age. _needs summer |ob. Call 3763. er. Color schemed conditio dow race. 36th Ter-

Vile. Claudia Wilson.. 4 marital status and experience. 'TIL DARKGainesville's tures Tappan built-in oven &
Parcel No.R., 27 34
SI' JECT TOI 18 Schools & Instructions 10:0 Redfranks
I range disposal & 13.2 cu. ft. GE
devisee housekeeper wanted Live
Interest:of any unknown heIr. MERRILL
refrigerator. This home
home todaywould
under Luclnda Johnnie L. Davis In. Widower with 3 school age biggest new
other claimant
.and-or MEN & women 18 to as to train tor sell for our price
children. values in to $17,000 range.
Waterboro. South Carolina Phone 3722161 after 5or 513,0 517.0
Wilson Deceased. Parcel No. 21 anytime Sat. or Sun. CIVIL SERVICE No VA, pay only' now $17450. down
Examinations. For information $100 closing! FHA from $450 down S106 87 per mo. Exclusive swim Beuif
% Tb.4..adof-. '. EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. club membership. Phone 3 bedraom 2 bath .
of Sec. Dr. O. N. Simmons send address & Phone No. Including 372.7'for heated
Utt.oart.ef SEe of SW Apply Manor Restaurant FR name appt. to see. centrally and elrcondltioned. -
>e -l ..TiSr.R21E (lying West of cerJalaLet 1524 U Street N. W. 6-5212- Key Service. 112 W. __ A GOOD BUY In this II brick Built-in oven and range oak

owned by Nettle Coleman and Washington. D. C. -Adams St., Jacksonville. GREENBY 3 bedroom, 2 residence floors, 2 car garage, well 11n

-emrthvf so-called Doan's Road); ,Parcel No. 19.R. 27 & 34 TEN young ladies, age IS.25 for I Interview OPPORTUNIT on pretty oak shaded lot sap yard and paved

ly+\ +-offend within 50 feet of thi work, must be free to Real. I Estate Exam HUGH EDWARDS. INC. In establshed neighborh e e 1.,30

line of State Road S-200-A. Sec. Lucille M. Simmons travel outside of Gainesville $1.50 COURSE 2837 N.E. 13th St. 374-7771 Fal School. Financing arranged on An there Is nearly
lion 24713-W01,said survey line being de 1524 U Street N. W. per hour plus expenses. Call 372. ATTEND First lesson free.HOWELL'S II modern Central Heat and Air. 1900 sq. ft. of living area. $700 DOWN Attractive 3 bed

/ IeTheC1c1ottow Washington. D. C. 7083 collect. Fla. Institute of Public BUSINESS COLLEuE 1 BR. 2 bath home features giant Coo Near schools and Univer Modern heating system. Priced room 2 bath masonry home In
, Parcel No. 27 & 34<< Opinion.LADIES below appraisal and OPEN BLACK ACRES to Golf
PtCinonThe West tine of' Section 10. : 1'-R. COLLEGE 211 W. Univ. Ave size master bedroom with walk sit. 3 bedroom 2 bath. TO nex
OFFERS. Call Course. THIS
T8SrR21E-ara point 207423 ft. North FR. In closet & huge living room. 61. EXCEPTIONAL
p from the"SoOthwest corner of said Sec. Robelle Wilson Taylor 6-307. 37-72. Tappan built-in oven & range. Air GOING BUSINESSLOCATED 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH BUY AT THE FHA VALUEOF
Air Conditioning & Family
511.00.S. .
I Ifon'Wrun-thence" South S9 degrees 9728-57 Avenue SHORTHANDTYPINGSecretarial conditioning. 13.2 cu. ft. GE rerig built.In Het.. .
Apt. 3BForest Do you have a need to ? now on N. W. 13th St. room icud
1 21' 30" East 1178.OS ft. to the begin"Ing earn money erator. Beautiful .
ing This DOWN 3 bedroom
Hill New York Pleasant and profitable work forming. Howels Business Cot.lege rods BEER TAVERN Call us for complete h mll
of concave to the northeasterly near plenty of shrubbery.
a curve Traver.
211 Ave. FR almost new with the little with built-in
,I having I radius of 5729.578 ft., Parcel No. 14 your own home. Avon offers this 3507. Installed. Concrete patio. details. extras already paid for Including r he. old. at 313 N.

1 run.thence southeasterly along said opportunity i call Avon Manager value $17,000 today's pric 516.5 chain link fence. antenna W. 9th St.yer"ONLY S per month.CONTYMPORARY .
cure* through a total central angle of Johnny Taylor FR 2-0421. Men-women. 11S2SI.rt high I with $550 down S.SO pr m ALCHUA T etc. Small down s

1 4" degrees 50',48', S distance of 484.72 9728 57 Avenue S102.00 a w train- Exclusive swim cub meberhip draps assume FHA loan. charming

ft. t. the end of said curve run Apt. 3BForest Wanted experienced w a I tresses. Ing until appointed. Thousands of Phone 372.3471 IPpt. m N.Member E. 1st Multp. Listing. 374-2448 NO QUALIFYING. N. W. Area.A home with three bedrooms two

thence-South-*4 degrees 12 18" EaslW694 Hilt New York Must be over 21. Apply Larry's lobs open. Experience usually un- SALE BY OWNER Aria T. Smith Realtor HOME WITH INCOME In an excellent baths central heating and alreon-
.. of a curve Parcel No. 14 Restaurant 1225 n FREE Information on FO Florida
> ft. tothe beginning W. Univ. cessar. home 2V* baths living Mabel Gore Associate I re. Very rentableapartment ditlonlng room and srene
concave''to southwesterly having Ave. s.larles reuirements. & dining family rm.. all nice 3 bed patio In excellent .
a radius of 296479 ft.,. run t h is c esouthearteriValong Bennie Wilson Write name electric rm. cent. heating & room 1 bath home all In exceptionally -

\ said curve throughan 9801 -34. Avenue SECRETARIES dress and phone. Lincoln Srrvlce air conditioning, dbl. garage. lots clean condition. Ask Situated on a bilif lndSIP

angle of 07"degrees 46 13" a dis-, Carona. New York ELECTRO-TEC _Box 410M c/o Gainesville of storage on a large lot near FORDYCEREALTOR ing les than 51,0 ed lot. three
of I Parcel No. 14 Claude central and alrconditlon-
'tance. of 388.52 ft. to the South line new elementary school. If Inter Realtor wit het
Scion 10, T8S. R21E at a poln: (DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA) 28 Livestock & Supplies ested 372-8175. Myrtle Lasite. Associate plus r and screen
'322J2J! ft, easterly from the Southwest Marlon Wilson cal W. E. Harris. Associate ed porch outside limits.

,corner. of said Section 10; 9801 34 Avenue SECRETARYTO WANT TO SEE your hogs properly WORK SHOP 7 N. E. Itt St. Phone 3760117Res.
Containing 0905 acres' m-1. exclusive Carona New York finished on dry lot or pasture. CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR IVi bath 376-2927 or 3.74 Looking for a split level. Let vs

_of existing road right of way. Parcel No. 14 COMPTROLLER then try CPA Cooperative Mills dining rrru, Fla. r. Ig. util. Member show you this beautiful three

It SECTION 26713-2601-STATE ROAD S-200A Executive secretarial experience 12 Porkmaker meal or pullets. rm.. fenced back near bro home with central heat.

\,/ ._ ALACHUA COUNTY.- DESCRIPTIONS Rosebud Wilson required In manufacturing indus p. for June. FMX schools & churches. 3728774.BY Walled freezer

229 Valley Street try. Compose letters take I dictation Gainesville o Alachua. Phone FR OWNER 3 blts Littlew. 3 patio. large bedrooms In this 4 NOTHING DOWN and drapes Included.

p PARCEL No. It-R RIGHT. OF WAY Easton. PennsylvaniaParcel schedule's., coordinate superv Is o r s _2-1095 or 46110. BR. 2 bath. I;. r. bedroom, 2V> bath home In NW.
". No. 14 Familiarity financial window $450 wall to wall carpeting, VA
O 'N6D Ys landscaped liin John
accounting contractural terminology 3 MILK ; 2.are 1
t_ Dosha Williamson a widow Charlotte TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration cf prefd. has 3 cos. old calf. sprining.all down on new available.FHA Loan 537 or N.W.ether charming room. Paneled bro private 1 BR, 2 baths 2000 sq. ft. M"erril
N. Simmons financing
Simmons single; Dr. stu.
heavy milkers and have shots.Call MULTIPLE
Taking has been flied In the above-styled SECRETARYTO bath.
& wife. Lucille M Simmons; Sonic 444-3418 36th St. 3723882. I large beau
cause by the Petitioner the acquiring authority tiful lot. Only S22JOO. Call .
Simmons 'Bontemps & husband, Paul of these proceedings of the takIng CHIEF ENGINEER 2 year old Colt. trained to lump d IrS A BUY. $200 down$100 month dyce 4. Associates Inc. 376-123. $300 DOWN MARCELLA PARDI

Bontemps. of the above-described lands for the Requires experience as secretary ride 2 western saddles, bridles ly 3 BR. CCB cos to -W._ H. BUCHANNAN
fSJECT: TO: Redwoodconstrcion
Interest unknown heir. devisee purpose set forth In the Petition In t h l-s and administrative assistant to a blankets. & halters. All for $350. NE. Phone PAYMENT

nd-or other of any claimant under Lee Miller cause. viz: As right of way for a portion major engineering manager. Familiarity -. 376-3149. For Sale by owner 3, large bed- In a delightful nighbr.
with mechanical engineering NW. 3 BR 1 b.tlw.lklng distance
& Minnie Simmons Miller. of County Road No. 200-A In Ala- rooms, Florida room hardwood Within walking dlst.nC M
wife. chua County Florida and that the Honorable terminology preferred. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES floors, 2 full tile bath CCB School is to school

bolh Deceased. RIGHT OF WAY J. C. Adkins Jr.. one of the GET 12 pointREPLY home. $17,000. 1110 34th bedroom, 2 bath home. AC In
Judges of the Circuit Court In the Eighth Ave. FR clUed In the low price of only
ThM part of: Director of Industrial Relations TOY POODLES from some of the 2126NW $450 down. approx. S84 DOWN
Judicial Circuit of
Florida will
The West 34 of NWV4 of SW. Section on the ELECTRO-TEC CORP. finest blood In Fla. Only 3 pure- SECTION 3 BR. 2 baths a Call Fordyce & Associates $500
25th day of June A.D. 1964 at 9 30 A.M.. mo. Conventonal
I- '!". TIS R31EJ in the Alachua County Courthouse at PO Box 667 Ormond Beach Fla bre 6 week old white ppie large carport & utility, rear ter. Inc., 376-123 PAYMENTS family rm.
side of and within 50 feet of each. Also 1 excellent condition. Good
lying each
f t fan equal opportunity employer) stan race.
fire .
Gainesville. Florida consider said Declaration p1 shaded lot, fine resHen-
Ve! survey line of State Road S.2(>>.A. Sec. Card adult. 3725424. terms. 372-575. Terraced B 2 Ig. lot In Northwest tial
R bat Equity only
of Taking appoint appraisers and area
ticn 26713-2M1 said survey line being dele make such Order as the Court deems 12 Male Help Wanted FREE- 4 white kittens. 32.5170 LEAVING TOWN will sell my 3 In both front and back, situated on up payment of 10.0.Take 511

-;.bed as follows: proper. All parties to the suit and allparties BR 2 bath. cent. het. built In a lushly landscaped lot In the mo. call Mary SMeller
Begin on the North line of the SW'i of BLACK miniatur poodle pppies. SW section this architecturally
Interested kitchen, can save $900 DOWN
10 TCS R21E at may appear and be BOYS wanted for afternoon paper AKC reg h.
the SWU of Section re.sabe GR designed 4 bedroom 2 home
heard at the time and $1500. 23824 or bat
place designated routes. 12 yrs. or older. See or fused. Phone Near Gainesville
a point 13317 ft. westerly from the 372-2Ba can be yours for only PAYMENT
You. and each of hereby cell Mr. afternoons. 372- Melrose.
you. corn- Young.
Noclhecst of said SWU of SW'4.said .59. A low down payment can be ar
comer manded GERMAN shepherd pups, 4V* mos. See this charming t
point being on the arc of a curve to appear by filing an Answer to 8441 ext. 19. Gainesville Sun old. AKC All Shots. NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 on this home. Over 2600 2 BR. 1 bath Southwest only S51 story. 4 Ip.cls.. home Ig.
the Petition heretofore filed In this Circulation Dept.EXPERIENCED Excl range
concave to the northeasterly having a causein lent. re. bath Central heat central air of living area large closets per ma. living rm, dining rm, Ig landscaped
ci Mdi-s of 5729.J78 ru thence from a entitled Court on or before July roofers. Apply 7;00A 376-20 condo Northwest. 119.0 C.I and bedrooms, and many extra 3 BR, 2 bath, NW. close to school. view. Melrose -
a tangent bearing of North 41 degrees 31st. "". to show what right title Interest .M. in person ready to worn. FLORIDA Pest Control |Is featuringthis 374- 927. feawres Call Fordc L A Moellir:
or lien you. or any of you. haveIn month Tropical Fish and ClrlaXIlk
21 011" West run northwesterly along 2314 N E. 19th Drive.
3 large BR 1 II.tes In 37.,2
and to the above-described lands and Tropical Birds of all kinds. We
acid curve through an angle of 1 decree second cook. bath living rm. & dining rm. Call Beautifully $1500 DOWN
show cause why the same should not be WANTED one good also have children's pets and Anglewooa
19*.42 ft. to
59' 39" distance
a taken for the uses and purposes set forthin Apply by letter to box 445-M care supplies. Call us for any of your 472-2344.Builder.
lot and Interesting living
the' end of said curve. run thence North of Gainesville Sun. shade PAYMENT 2000 Sq. Feet. Looking for space and
<."99 degrees 21' 39" West 1171.05 ft. to the Petition filed herein. pet problems. FLORIDA PEST CloseOutBUILDER yours In this 3 br gracious living? See this 3 br
the West tine of Section 10. TIS. R21E WITNESS my Hand and Seal of this THE Independent Life Insurance CONTROL PET CENTER FR In the NW 3 BR, 2 bath, NW close to 2 Fla. rm, central
hm Hi
'(East line of Section 9. TIS R21E) at Court on this 12 day of June A.D. 1964. Company has an opening for an _e-2641 20 NW 14th Ave. must sell a limited number features I built-in school and shopping.DAN bt, db.houl.garage, Ig. corner lot.

:at paint: 2076.25 ft. northerly from the J. B. CARMICHAEL ordinary agent. Advance draw to ENGLISH puppies. Good of new homes in one efGainesville's oven and lur.c washing Call
Sou.heast corner of said Section 9. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT qualified applicant. Call J. I.Willitord for sllepen and pets. FR most beautiful areas. machine mn ethers. Only Ml.rInvestment
21* 30'" West COURTIN Manager at FR 62582for watc Close to schools and shopping. $14,900. <. Associates
thence North 59 degrees CII Fordy
AND FOR ALACHUA, Information and appointment.MAN Edwards, Inc. 374-7971. ., BYRD
"9 .2' ft. to the North line of the N E'4 COUNTY FLORIDA. YOU will be proud to own one of Hug 6-12

,of ne SEof Section 9. TIS RJ1E .t a BYl EMILY WATERHOUSE wanted for local milk route these beautifully marked healthy. WHY PAY RENT INC 44 Ace near Mi. Center suitable

I point 33117 ft. easterly from the North- Deputy Clerk age 23-35. married bondable A.K.C. registered beagle pups. New homes $9,500. br tile FORDYCEASSOCIATES Jack ASSOCIATES Realtor fr Apt. business.

west corner of NEW of SEW of said (SEAL high school education or equivalent Bred to hunt. Ideal pets. Ph. C765555. bath $45 per mont o Associates
204 S. W. Also 142 ft. near U.F. campus. Income
Section 9; WAYNE CARLISLE preferred. Apply S. E. 45th sometradeIns. INC Walter E. Stoddard E. E. Hollowly
Containing 1.583 acres more or less excHraive 5th St.WANTED. C.I FR 2-2 fE. Christine Stone property or build for tenant
COUNTY ATTORNEYP. THREE -week old registered miniature Realtor
t of existing road right of way. O. BOX 44 one night clerk. preferably Chihuahuas. 2 females and BY OWNER 4 BR 2 bath, extra Grace Fordyce Broker I NW 13th Street MOTEL SIT! new Interstate

O'NEDBY: GAINESVilLE. FLORIDAOf retired or semi-retired man. 1 male. beautiful and rea- large shady lot, Ig. utility area Dudley Goulden .Associate 3722511Call exlt-csll o
L Johnnie L. Davis I. wife. Willie Mae counsel for the petitioner. Apply In person to Hotel Thomas sonable. Call FR 2-9712.. ver big kitchen wit skylight terrazZo Harvey Associate night o day 1 Mir Ml.rBudget
Davis 415 N.E. 2nd St. betweenhrs. floors. 13th Ave. West- Bento
(3423) 4 IS. 22, 29; 7:6 O. C. Associate
S PARCEL No. 27 RIGHT OF WAY of 7 and 12 AM. or ':30 PUREBRED $19 and AKC Beagle rnorland.376.7993 after S for appt.
W. Univ.
( Borrow Pit No. 2. Haul Road & Drain to 10:00 puppies. We board dogs. J.mes 924 3612
Right of Station 114 and 20.49 PM.WANTED Keels, Rt. 1. Box 78, BY OWNER Estates. 3 BR. FREDARNOLD 3 BR m bath C,!. house, near
bath equipped option terms.
Heights. 473-4958. 2 low easy In
ThM part : bsins
4 PLUMBING SERVICE MAN al. 4tt% mortgage. 1121 NE 21st PARRISHPRESENTS Moeller
(1) EV!, of EVk of NWA ef SWU of Section CHECKTHESE FOR SALE Two Toy French Ave. Phone vetglte. C.I Mary

10. TIS..R21E AND HE MUST Poodles. black 6 wks. old. AKC 3131.HOME
(2) NEW ef SW of Section 10. T8S. : registered. $50 Phone 454-9351. for sl by owner. Lot
Have a City License
R IE '*oacr>be4 as follows High Springs 175' x Estlle Williams MaryMoeller
Commence' en the West line of Section Stay sober swimming pl. N.E. 13th
Be reliable
I 10. T8S. R21E at a point 2076.25 ft. Be to work all LOTS FOR Ave. Shown appointment only. REALTORSHADED
iwtherly from the Southwest' corner Live wiln city hrs 3 SAL C.1 J. R. Crane. 3723431.

ef said Section 10. run thence South MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedro.
Have a phoneGivq acre wooded home sites near NEWLarge .
2'1 2 bath home Central
.59 degrees 21 30' East 1149.o ft., run
I -t N In 1 degree ir 00" West reference new Myra-Terwilllger school By 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home air conditioning Lovely fee ONE ACRE LOTIn

400 ft. to the point of beginning of Borrow HE CAN EXPECT: owner.Phone Terms may b arranged. with beautiful family room and rear yard makes ideal IdytwiM, 3 bedroom 2 bath

I Pit .No 2. continue thence North Good paySludv 276 sep dining room. Lovely built-in for children. Convenient to schools with FHA financing available Central Realtor

I I cI re.7' 00" West 300 ft., run CLASSIFIED'ADS work FORDYCE LOTS kitchen with oven. range dish- IMMEDIATE had heat, 1450 sq. ft. main hs.
I thence North M degrees 43 00" East Paid vacation BUCKINGHAM washer and disposal. Central heat this pleasant occupancy 3 bedroom b bti kitchen. 11,000.down 41 1019 W. University FR 4-471
330: thence South 1 degree air Good terms. Phone o ma lifed .
ft. run Time L half over .hours High and rolling exclusive new end c ry home en nice Florida b.r.CENTRAL Member Multiple LIstIng
Par lt.
17 00" East 300 ft. run thence South residential area to be opened FR 2- U within walking distance G.ln AIRCONDITIONINGIn MARY MOELLER BROKE

II degrees 43' 00" West 300 ft. te the Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING. INC. One acre s-highly restric In The SwimFREE vllle High and J. J Finley Elementary beautiful Northwest 3 ASSIATESE.

Point of Beginning 3-) ted. C.I first ottering. Get Sls.ANGLEOD. 2 bath with family room bro W. Kessler
ALSO a 1". Dick Darbin
: membership
FORDYCEAssociates lifetime family ly grounds. Has buUt-ln _
A parcel ef land for Borrow Pit Haul TROUBLE SHoTEI 4 bed ki -
MUST have horn.constructIon Inc. In Carol Estates Swim Clul and Almost new patio and fenced yard.
Route tying East of and within 40 feet -
end Community Center t new Cep.ry h. only $17.000 FHA with $700 down
ef a line described as follows: mllnta Realtors Edwards home Central neat A FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
I. Begin en the, Southwest corner of Borrow Mu thrive work well en hard with w AU" 9U W. Univ. 36-12 Huh b.r Fenced back yard. Family "111" be.BRGAIN

Pit No, 2. run thence South 1 degree es 77. beautiful I built m kitchen. Immediate -
FOR sential. You will be paid accordIng 420 x 210 en 5-2.1. well, drainage IDEAL HOME for couple or PRICE
400 ft. to the end of said .
17 ocr RoutesSECTION East. to your ability and exper field out bldg. 8705 N. AtL Ave., small family. 3 Y 1 bath occupancy." 2 bath I Fo top quality/ workmanship
Haul ence. Good future Cape Canaveral Florida andonry E. 12th Street. A
wit tp co beautiful and
26713-2601-STATE ROAD S 200. CBS'e d payt A PERFECT HOME, cl
pany. Reply to BOI coGainesville unit patio, fenced rear tw 172.6142
.A coin located Ylr
Sun. 34 Waterfront Property 1409 SE 39th Place. 2-3 CI gricllli. down and assume $ m.
I ci at 41* per cent Int. GAINESVILLE
GM trained MECHANICS wanted.Te ret a
PARCEL. NO27.RIGHT. OF WAY BG! 'OLD yov buy e 1 this br 3 bt h W 10 per month.

t ALSO star w II.t.l.must ON THE GULF f less heart's IWiling living room with fireplace, pi UPHOLERY
that offers FINLEY AREA
A pared of land for Borrow Pit Drain work. Free hospitatUation Insurance Cedar Key Shores desire for relaxed comfortable rate dining room, large family Spacious four bedroom 2 bath ,. Eslln. .
within 20 feet of Includ
.Jylng South. of and salary guaranteed carpets and drapes
eip 25 from Cakes.vllle. r home en large tot only two blocks .ve.FRE
with most lr Other Properties living. mines central -
I I line described as follows: modern opportunity.Write ef storage space
Here from Finley school Large Florida -J
Northeast comer of BorrowPit ties In area. Gateway I heat end air conditioning.
Begin on the Crol- David AndrewsCedar M Gainesville Sun.
box room, fireplace In
Na 2. run thence North' M degrees SAVINGS 11. St.r.Fla. P .30 foyer. lii ro.PI

43' M" West 2M feet te the end of Borrow MOTOR route uri for established Ke.3841 BLACK GOOD BU. O'leal town ter I
bam S
Pit Drain.Containing route In and ACRE and sell br ESIMTE.
2JC2 acres more or less. Orange Heights Hawr. GDEARNINGS 1 Acre en Suwennee River on hign PRICED TO SELL 3 home r flmU room fURNACS Quali I
BY Must nave b.100 rt. river frontage. Phone 2 bin kitc ELEGAN
OWNED : tranp bedrooms. bt "n a centralair Centrally heated
and In Central AirConditioner
DosTa WIlliamson a widow. Charlotte tatl b bondable. Fo I 22 floors central t.t. .lr- Priced sett. three bedroom two home I
Sion: :i''lS"ingle* Dr. O. M. Simmons ftl Mr. Varies FR 2 JUST LISTED Modern 3 bedroom units elr' a dlp ciii. 1 I outside City limits. Cozy panelled

-\" 1e. Lucille M. Simmons" and Son- 14. Clrlltl De tf. 5:0 t 2 bath HOME wl t Storage a r. 1. NEW WESTSIDE restricted residential family room wills old brick fire
"Ma Simmons Bontemps 1.husband., P. fta on LITTLE SN gle ur. lot 10 x 12 with subdivision acre lots, paved pa. Completely equipped kitch

.Pht Bontemps.SrJJECT .ICE CREAM 8. milk processor 8> 300 deep. 17 Dk _s! FR u. streets. Inside 13950. corner Urge screened p.
TO: & Bar-ft-Q pit. A l unlimited closets and
opening for route I h er trade. New 4 BR. les 4250. your nomes>te 'ififli
heirs. devisee sl with thermostatic
Interest 3 LOST & FOUND this next Increase-
area. the
nd-or other claimant under Lee Mil- We 3 salary s diant heat kit. equip all Quality I We. now _before ==. $31000. 5-
ief.WU5.. Minnie -Simmon* Miller euati o g." construction. Price Elt.te On s Best In
$ using fcvtemalty
LOST: Mans Bwtove watch Twes- ate. pu cil N CaR St t igbettt Rm family ep
bu Deceased. day P.M. In restroom of Humpty tu 8. M.M.PARRISH ARNOLDRealt Il.te designed
RIGHT OF WAY exe e REALESTATE & Irving R dining area. c
No.34 call REDFRANK R
PARCEL Dwmpty. Call FR 2-7350 after pra itervi 7 kitchen Including engineered e *
of Station tl plusI3,3 bDt
'LserolDitch Right FR S P 361 h
7 p m. Reward 2 M. Fli 2
WEEK-END Camp on Crystal clear d. c byALL '
WANTED clerk. -
Th- part oft parts S exp spring running bite the Suwannee yae walk t s .
f (1) SEW of SWU North of Doan's Road 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE ence pfr.b. River. has not been o F ft ct Listing Member a. AIR CONDITIONING c

tn-Sectiori 10. TIS R21E.AND. M Ph. J A for pi t F fn c 1 Down 1. 1219 W. Unhr. Ave. 3.2 PH. 376-8258
III Section 10. TIS LEARN TO DRIVEl Sped att M. occupancy. ASSOCIATES Associates:
-t2rt4EW Of SWVfc a H.r Re' Ei INC Pe. ItJO Nf 23rd
R21E. en tion to nervous or elderly. WANTED experienced short order tat 8re. B 7 Gri FI 1027 N 40th Ot Call Butler H W.r Hill Ja CaJdwefl F. Hodge Hew I

lying (I) left of and within 43 feet and Easy Way Driving School. FR cook. Apply : Restaurant C Ot H\ Spi Br 3-S cl. ,6 Car G.r Mary Parrlsh. Ji Sn Charlie M J

(.}-> rloht. ef and within_25 feel of a_later. _2-7002. Lie. by State of Fla. 1225 W. Univ. : --Fla.AfAlfSfS .-- -'t StrN TeL FR 2 537Shi D Jimmy







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S 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Salt 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apt 45 Furnished Apts. 35 Houses for Sal.I !. 35 Houses for :Sale

S 3 BR, CCB with cent. heat .. far GnNcK 3 uearoom IVabath. 3 rooms e. bath. close-in aoults. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. s5 i A COOL BUY 3 BR, IVi Bath BY OWNER. CB 4 BR. 2 ball
air cond. FR 6-7829 after 6 P.M. Fla. room. extra storage. $4& "Selling Florida Since 1904" no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. month. Phone 481-2380. AC WW carpeting drapes HW home. cent. heating .. air condo I
on Sunday. anytime weekdays.BY for 7 year equity. Take up VA FOSSEY FR 2-4621 or 372-1633. floors. fenced yard. $97 per mOo Close to Bishop Metcalfe. & St.
mortgage of $11495 at $90 per 110 acres rolling mostly cleared EAST SIDE including T & I. Owner leaving. Patrick. Well kept on large lot.
THE TIME IS NOW. OWNER Near Westwood month- Phone 374481. approximately to mile of paved VERY attractive spacious. upstairs Phone 3723714. 71* N. W. 19th Phone 374-2748 after 4 weekdaysfor
School 3 BR. 2 bath. CENTRAL .
2 BR furnished Lane. eppt.C
I I-: HEAT & CENTRAL AIR FOR SALE by owner. 2 BR. home Alachua road frontage $200 an acre- near Only $70 per month. FR apartment.4-5270 GARDENAPARTMENTS ---- --
CONDITIONING. Built in kit..
1 mile to University and down 705 N.E. 2nd St.
Rllph R'ltor __ _
family room large living room. town. Trees. shrubs. fireplace. FOSSEY
Mtg. Bal. approx. $14.900. WILL family room. Conveniences. $14.- Dick Robinson Associate 2 BR furnished apart with porch. S57 per month upGainesville's FOREST PINES
CONSIDER SUXX) for equity THIS 500. 1104 N. W. 14th Ave. FR 45458. Near University. see at itt N.W.
Have A Room 11 W. University Ave. Ph
Do You ApartmentOr WEEK ONLY. Call 374-2927. 376-1359 15m St. or call 24647. $60 permo. Finest GAINESVILLE'S NEWEST COLORED

71 ACRES on top of hill northwestof Furnished or unfurnished
: House to Rent? Alachua. Beautiful place to 1 B R furnished duplex. 601 NW Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom "apartment DUPLEX RENTALS
23 McKINNEY build among the trees. $200 per 24th Ave. $40 per month. Phone 30t NE 9th St. Phone 374-
Frank B. Howard Real
acre. Estate 372-0337. 9608.
GREEN Broker Box 703. Grady Finance
Co. Office High Springs. 1 CLEAN. well furnished 2nd floor.
REML'vABER rental COSTS kitchen cabinets"count DEATONREALTORS Fla. 4-rooms. kitchen. bath porch. $75
vacancy E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
!" per month. 1 extra large. extra
em 2.5 ACRES 3 ml. W. of Gaines nice. air Conditioned. 1 bedroom.
New home in Northeast lo ville. New
: YOU MORE than the ad that will rent cation. U shaped top kitchen features -> easy terms. survey. $2500 with 2-4957$125 month. L. J. Moratto. FR JR.
23 cabinets plus cupboard MOVE IN : 10 ACRES 10 mi. W. of Gaines.yule. morning. noon or night. Homes. Lots. Income. Business

.all formica tops. .Gener. Three bedrooms Florida room- New survey. 13000 with 1 BEDROOM. completely furnished. and Lake Property.
: it al Electric bullt-ins. Three large oak strip floors corner lot easy terms. Call Ralph Glaeser upstairs or downstairs. near Farms and Acreage.
bedrooms. two full luxury baths. 123 x 100 near University andJ. anytime. shopping center. See at 612 N.W. E. "CURLY"" KUEHN. Jr.
Huge storage room plus lots of I J. Finley School-Call FR 2. ERNEST TEW REALTYFR 10th Ave. or phone 4-3549. $75 633 N. MAIN ST.
closet space. Immediate occu 3617. 6-4441 2910 N. W. 13th St. per mOoFURNISHED FR -2032
Broker FR 6-6544
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU pancy. $94 per month after only
your S550 down FHA or $99 per SUBURBAN HOME. Big lot on air conditionedopts.
month after paying only closing GOOD LIVINGIn Archer Road. Shady 2 Bedroom, .. under construction.

: EVERY DAY until it is rented : charges VA. this attractive 3 B.R. 2 bath but$3,000 spacious.down. ARCH$4,500 CAMPBELL.Drawback? Avail. Sept. 1 1. $100 per YOUNG. -- -
HUGH EDWARDSINC. home in the Northwest .
area. -
.. Convenient location. Has central -REALTOR. Phone 376-5707. Wayne Mason i
heat air conditioning units. Sensibly .
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: priced too. Call FR 23617 i 43 Colored Property TY. 376-6461. AMERICA -" :' 'w' ,,
376-7971 for further details.LITTLEWOOD .,

I . $1.33 day 2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and tanS
: mo.
per : COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex -! HOMESNo Large living dining area Double compartment sink
JWK apartments. large living and Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds
: $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Here Is the house that will suit dining area modern kitchen with. Quality Homes Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
your needs. It has the location- fan. large storage closets. terrazzo
walls Large lawn with and
Money Down Painted plaster grass
right the school. It has floors tile baths, heater I
3728404HOME by 3 B.R. space showers
WESTVILLAN.W. Tiled tub and shrubbery
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day 2 baths. Fla. room Kitchen and hot water heater faclll VAMinimum double door Insulated Attic
Large sliding .
and Income In Northwest.New combination Central heat. It ties for washing machines. and S
Listing on attractive duplex. Is priced right only $14,500 paved streets. See at N.E. 24th closets Paved Streets
$60 mo. . $2.00 per day 16th Ave. FHA S Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop
; ; per Live In your two bedroom; apart Can be FHA financed One yr. Ter. or call for appointment 372-
ment and rent the other. Only old Owners have left town 5321 or 372-5322. Back storage closed Planned play ground
It 7.soo.00.DELIGHTFUL. and must sell. You should Investigate & 37th St. Washing Machine fixtures

$2.16 day
: $65 per mo. . per two bedroom house before you buy. Call FR HOMES FOR SALE Close to Schools
2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & call 372-5321 3275322Take
very convenient to the University. 2-3417. For appointment or
; $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day Lovely large living room with SE ment.7th Some Ave. Some small no down pay.. TERMSWALTER Churches
fireplAce. cool screened porch. ASSOCIATESJ. down pay. northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.
I large bedrooms. shaded 101. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth ment. Monthly payment S57 to !
$75 . $2.50 per day $45. Also homes built on your ShoppingOPEN -
I per mo. Shown by appointment only. Col J. W. Davis H. J. WilTshire -- -
lot for no down payment.Call uwsmsmummfleenmllnnmnwm89wmummu000rotnHmemnnnemtmenemnmHffI
SPACIOUS and gracious. three bedroom Multiple Listing
two bath home In the preferred TOMMY RIDGELL 10 AM-6 PM
$80 . $2.66 per day Builder
per mo. address of Black Acres. LAKE GENEVA Phone FR 2-4125

You will like the hardwood floors Beautiful custom brick home. Ig. HAVE 27 lots In colored area Jack.

$85 per mo. . $2.83per day panelled amount family of large the In LR equip.w-fireplace In kit. 3 DR.BR,built-2 full equity sonville.In Will Florida sell West or exchange Coast area.for STUBBS INC. 600 LOCATED BLOCK I COMPARE !

tile baths lots of closets & stg. ,
modern kitchen. Available tomorrow
Answer to S. J. Mack P. O. Box
: $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day at 2450000. space. Terrazzo floors. cent. heat 2112. Tampa Fla NW 34th ST.
1 & AC. Ig. screened porch over. THESE HOME VALUES
J. W.KIRKPATRICK. looking 100' white sand beach. "We Trade Houses"
; : $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day property extended to Hwy. 21. 44 Cottages for Rent PHONE 372-7070 I BEFORE YOU BUY
Carport with utiL rm. 27500. Financing i
; $100 . $3.33 day Realtor can be arranged. ThisIs LONGBOAT KEY
: per per 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 an exceptional home. Sur. Air Cond. new beach cottage near
rounded by homes of comparable Sarasota. 1 BR.. furn. Weekly-
Member Multiple Listing
ASSOCIATES: value in a restricted area. monthly. 372-4851. I
Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell COMER'S Lake View Beach on SAVE! --
: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR A. w. R e e c e. Capt.. USN. Ret. LAKE GENEVA Big Lake Santa Fe now open It's Later Than You Think!
Partially turn. home. LR. Ig. kitchen. Swim and picnic. Furnished cot.
2 BR. bath. guest house tages by the week. For reservation The following ere ready for
PRESTIGE & garage on shady well land- call 448-1129 Earlton.
ADS lot. White sand beach occupancy.
COMMUNITY extra bonus of almost 2 ENl Lake modern Santa furnished Fe by week cottageson School Starts in 10 Weeks! I _......__u __._
acres more or less will be sold or !
BARGAIN PRICEHere's with this home. .all for $ls.- season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. 3301 N.W. 29th Ave.

I a chance to own a quality 000. Financing established. 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan Now Is the time to see Palm View Estates S. Fernwood Manor. 1115 NW 40th Drive 4 Br.. 2 bath, $800 dn. $11C

home In a prestige communityfor LAKE GENEVA Lake by week or month. Phone You May choose from 3 and 4 bedrooms. 1 and 2 bath homes or 3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn.. $Hr per mOo

lust $450 down FHA. You'llbe ca home. 2 BR. bath. LR w-fire- 376-5462 er 4755223. you may choose a home site and build the home of your choice. per month.
Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole living among some of the
35 finest families In North Central place. kitchen. screened porch. 45 Furnished Aprs. These suburban are complete with city sewers. water, paved e 1115 NE 5th St. 3311 N.W.29thAve.
Ig. shady trees and white sand
FRAME house 4V* ac. 2 miles FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR 2 Florida. Three bedrooms. 1V4 beach. An elevated I lot with streets and storm sewers all within walking distance of I 3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn.. $88 3 Br.. 2 bath, $750 dn. Silt
Drapes In bath red brick home. Low baths. Lots of storage space. beautiful wide view of the EFFICIENCY air conditioned per month. per mOoI
east of Starke. every down span elementary and Junior high school. Bus service to senior high
room. central heat. termite treated payment. assume FHA mortgage. $13,300. $80 monthly Including lake. $13,000 cash but priced to private. adults only. $45. 406 school. churches medical of Florida
shopping center.
2 pecan trees on property. 2118 NE 15th Ter. FR 6-4060", or taxes and insurance. sell. Possible outside financescan NE 6th St. University IIIIHlllllllllmlllHlltll
landscaped with drive added. Call FR 2-1879. HUGH EDWARDSINC. be arranged. 3 ROOM 2nd floor. hot water fur. are all within easy commuting distance. See our new models 3301

'49-2821 944-8801. 4 Bedroom 2 baths In Sky i line I : fished adults. No pets. $50. See today. Prices start at $12,250 with central heat and built in NW 30th Ave.

:3 Bedroom. 2 bath near shopping Heights near Littlewood School. LAKE CB home ROSA LR w.fireplace & dining 727 E. Univ. Ave. kitchen. Drive west on 16th ave.. turn left on 39th terrace to model 1- Norwood 14 BR 2 bath $400 dn. $89.
center and schools. $8,600 mort Has Fla. room. utility room. and perme.
gage. $70.55 month Including tax. separate dining room. Call FR 2. 376-7971 area. Lg. kitchen. 3 Ig. BR. I Need Apartment or House? homes. Phone: FR 29545 dally FR 4-0948 nights. Butler Bros. =
with extra bath. Screened
es and Insurance. $3400 GI equity 7720 for appointment or come by Refinished Inside and out. Furnished E
for $1700. 2202 N.E. 8th St. 922 N.W. 36th Drive. ENJOY FLORIDA with porch lot overlooking extending to sand Hwy.beach 26. 2-4425.or unfurnished. Phone FR Hope 3330 & 3320

._ FR 2-2895. BY OWNER 3 Bedroom 2 cath LIVINGFlorida 4 car garage. This property has ... !! NW 30th Ave.
.FINLEY AREA. For quick sale built In stove. oven. garage been appraised at several thou NICELY furnished convenient of<-: "H" Inc. 3 BR, 1 bath. $500 dn $77,
3 BR. 1 bath. dining room. screened screened porch. patio. near ranch model designed for sands dollars over the asking downtown area. $75. Adults only, Ii per mOo
t porch Garage. $2,000 down. schools and shopping center. $109 indoor-outdoor living. Large cor price of $18,000. Terms. no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music
approx. $87 per mo. 1735 N. W. I total monthly payments. VA Loan ner lot lust one block from Store. We Trade Homes
7th PI. 372-8553. equity on terms. 2016 N.E. 17th community swim club. Convenient MELROSE CCB duplex. 1 bedroom. spacious 4617 SE 1st PI.
Terrace. to schools. Two full baths Going business establishment. Lg. Check These or Property
cabinets and closets. Quiet loca
-ROOM FRAME house, screened 4608 SE 2nd PI.
NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath. -three bedrooms. Central heatIng CCB bldg. also has living quar- tion. Call FR 2-9744. i
v porch reduced for quick sal*. carport and utility room. 9000. adaptable to air conditionIng. ters. Now operating as a sundry wlwmIflfflhwlmfflHuIflfflRflhilllllRR89l89 3 BR I bath $400 dn. $48
$2,495. Phone Cephls Goodman $250 down. $45 month. Phone FR $500 down FHA. $85 month. store. Other possibilities to ADULTS only. One or two bed per mOo
528-4384. Williston. 2,3355 days. NO MONE.Y OWN VA. $87 enhance Income. Call or write rooms. Call J. R. Crane 372-3631. 89

L BY OWNER Finley School Area. per month Includes taxes and for full details. NEW HOME e ALL OUR HOMES ARE
S Spacious 3 bedroom house InS NICE Insurance. Pay only $100" of EYES B OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. 303 SE 38th St.
quiet neighborhood..2424 NW 2nd do::ng charges. LAKE LOTS on several large RIGHT! JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn. $44
Ave. FR 2-0992. 3 Bedroom 1 bath home living HUGH EDWARDSINC. lakes from $5500 and up. YOU WILL JUST CALL. per mOo I
kitchen and real
room. dining room. dream living In Shadow
3 Bedroom large corner lot screened oak floors throughout. Four blks. We have several year around ren- Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. I 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR
6-5301 FR 4-79S9
Carport $40 School. Good Values From or
porch. pemonth. from Littlewood tals now available. D. Oliver. Bldr.
1001 N.W. 24th Avenue. FR 2- terms $500 down $90 per mo. 376-7971 Ph. FR 2-0844
7882. Call 28965.
on NW 39th Ave. past -
:J BEDROOM. 1 bath CCB screened FOR sale CCB home. 3 BR. 1 bath. GLADYS SMITH Reg. Real Estate Broker the Glen Springs intersection. _
porch. air conditioned. central $300 down take up payments. Midway Melrose & Keystone See sign en lefl.McCOY'S. Kirkpatrick & Pierson
heat. 2502 N.E. 12th street, FR Phone 4-9774 or see at 1753 N.E. I Heights
24729. 21st Place. FOUR BEDROOMSWE Hwv 21 Ph. 475-291 Butler Bros. BuildersInvites

"INVESTORS" Completely furnished $60 Month. New CB home low have several large homes for
2 BR frame home. about down payment. See at 210 S. E. sale in the Northwest. Four bed- 39 Out of Town Property ,
1500 sq. ft. Located 822 N.W. 39th 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372- rooms and more. Finley or Little-
Ave. near bus line and across 4692. wood area and West Hills. Air- ATTRACTIVE SUMMER OR Re- Macoma'Homes
street from Steven Foster School. conditioned and In prime condI- tirement home on 2 acres In / 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath Youto
Lot 100 It' 141. Also car shed and LEAVING TOWN. Attractive tion. .Call us' to see these fine Western N. C. Mountains near Inc.For ,
work shop. $8,000. Must have cash terms to right party who wants homes-372-5393PICIURESQUE Ga. line. Mile from Stores. TVA
at this price. Call owner FR 3 BR 2 bath house furnished electric heat. Insulation, artesian Sale very attractive 3- 79.84 month after minimum FHA
or unfurnished. Ideal location. bedroom. 1-bath per
-2524 at Nationwide Insurance Office well. Separate guest quarters. home. 4417
or FR 4-6718 home. 3465 NW 1st Court. Phone 376-8026. 70 acres. stream running through garage and shop. Excellent view. E. University Ave.i walking down. Includes insurance and taxes,
Permanent Bahla pas Streams. Terms. Full description distance to Lake Forest
LITTLEWOOD AREA property. built-in and Palm View Estates
BY OWNER beautiful 3 BR. 2 bath ture. Pear orchard. 360 brand on request. W. F. Manus. Schools. Price $12300. $500 oven range.
home. Cen. heat and air cond. 4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living name Pecan trees. Brick farm Shooting Creek, Hayesvltle, r,c. down and $79.50 per month.
terrazzo floors. living rm.. din.Ing central heat. built-in kit.
area Call Gerald V.
or Q.
home with full farm equipment.Call McCoy
rm.. halls WW carpets. built 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High.
40 Business Properties Jr. Day FR 6-7290.
3725373. nights FR
c In kit.. full draperies. 2-car garage 2 blks. from Llttlewood elem.
6-5015. Office
with auto. dr.. Ig. lot with school. Ideal for Ig. family. or TWO STORYIN Excellent corner location zoned BR2. and 23rd Blvd.corner N. Main / 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths
well 'and Irrigation systM1635 -
NW 16th Ave. Call 374-0773. If no family Priced for and Immed.elderly sale.persons.3449 tip-top condition and ready for 89 x 120. Drive by 527-533 North A new community of distinctive -
a answer, call 481-2597. N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. earning and living. Apartment upstairs Main and call us for Information.J. -- homes in the fashionable -
and down-stairs three large W. Kirkpatrtek Agency FR WALKING DISTANCE TO 86.53 per month after minimum FHA
WEST PARK N.W. 34th Street 3 BR. 2 bath rooms for rentals. All furnished 2- 404, 31 N. Main.Residential. Northwest.
.,, 9030 NW 55th St. home. Central heat and air con and priced at $18,000. Good finan ELEM.. JR. HIGH & PARO- down. Jncludes insurance and taxes,

i By owner low down payments. 3 ditioned. Out of city limits deep cing. Close to downtown. Call 41 Income CHIAL SCHOOLS. 3 BR, 2 bath. built-in oven and range.
bedrooms. payments less than R.E.A. Power.REPOSSESSED 372-5373.
well. cent. heat & air cond.. extra
rent. Phone
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also adJoining \ Featuring :
LARGE 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB home. 3 BR. 1 bath. built- GLADYS SMITHREALTOR rental property. 200 ft. Ig. living rm. 20x20'. Ig. dining 1
l'' Full appliance. Near Llttlewood. in appliances small down pay frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd area breakfast area In kitchen. -
Terms to suit buyer. Owner moving ments. monthly payments $85. Located Ave. Will sell together or sepa Lots of kitchen cabinets dIshwasher / Other 3 and 4 Bedroom r FHA homes fromi
4 out of stat.. Call 372-3791 on SE 28th Place.. Call FR Associates: rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-
( 421 N.W. 35th St. 22372. Carolyn Noyes Anna HInson 47SJ disposal. extra Ig. dbl. I

--- kitchen sink. extra Ig. closets. i $16,000-$20,250
42 Forms & Acreage complete underground sprinkler Models to $18,200 .
: IN THE .j from $400 01
: & Down payments
FUN II ACREAGEStock system shallow well. Complete 'I

farm 460 acres, complete with landscaped. Excellent
registered Angus herd, hogs neighborhood for children. Only ir VA Loans Available I II IJ Ir
and full
line of
equip 3 blks.. from elem & Ir. high j
ment. 4 BR 3 thai house,
on prIvate lake and 2 new school walking distance to NOTHING DOWN V.A. J

I homes. can Mary Moeller parochial school. FHA appraisal r

( .. .. '! : 20 Acres. paved rd.. W. of Gaines $"..soo. Small down payment .($100 Closing Costs)

ville. $12. 00.00 will handle. Come by 1038 NE I 3 & 4 BEDROOM

22nd Ave. and see for yourself
12 Acres W. of Gainesville on
SUNBOATS I pavement: $600.00. call Mary or call 374-4285 or 372-5333

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA Moeller for appt. Offered for sale by :'

MOBILE HOME COURT owner. Rob!. Saunders. Palm View Estates.

Near Gainesville\ on busy Hwy
$9900.00. Low down payments fc Court ManorWhere
fr MOTORS BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATIONList low mo. payments. I A Doctor LearnsTo Highland is planned for professional men and their

tel, W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 Hear AgainRecent
tr Plywood fishing boats. 24" GRILLS of Classifications to cttoofe

8133 HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR from deafness survey reveals MODELS

THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR$tO.SERVICE" STORES I Fordyce AcreageLet 1 out of 10 people ALL homes (not just the most expen- .

us show this beautiful have hearing problem.
you a
Skiing Swimming Diving.
72S N. Main 372-3537
The. Heart Of East Gainesville 280 acre farm 11 miles west of This is a great tragedy involving sive) have the following quality features: from $12,250
Gainesville a going ranch, fenced up
Fishing Equipment.
with CharlieFR
Check and crossfenced tobacco and income, job advancement

>17fU Safety Items. peanut allotment two tobacco and social adjustment Owens Corning fiberglass Insulation certified aluminum windows I
ADVERTISE W THE barns. two utility buildings three far millions of _
central heating optional central air conditioning dft. from $400 down -
bedroom borne.
Golfing Equipment.. Irrigation system people. Ovate wiring for all future needs modern cathedral beam ceil.
SERVICE DIRECTORY graded road one side. paved .
Ings television wire built-in telephone outlets In master I
Tennis Equipment. on the other and all equipment Government now
bedroom and kitchen spacious storage areas Wobnanized
'" will be Included If buyer shows that hearing loss is pressure treated lumber foldaway closet doors full landscaping r
,. Baseball Equipment. desires. Call soon as this Is priced IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Ads ALACHUA as great a social and economical and spot sodded lawns paved streets curbs and
Sun Want COUNTY'SONLY too low to last.
DEALER Where 10 Fish. problem as Juvenile gutters- full concrete driveways storm drainage city sewer 3 MODELS
JOHNSONSEA Fordyce AssociatesInc. delinquency. Whether age double stainless steel sinks gas or. electric Tappan I
built In oven and range range hood with fan and filter -
HORSE MOTORS Plus many many more. Realtors or not you wear a hearing safety edge Formica cabinet tops custom built-in cabinets .
SALES AND SERVICE 9U W. Univ. 376-1234 instrument or even suspect Wall Tex vinyl paper bi kitchens ana bath colored bathroom
Get Results Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper a hearing problem. tile Net fixtures bullUn vanities In ad baths Moen Dial- WRITE WIRE, PHONE or VISIT
Ski NEW CCB 2 BR horn to LaCrosse
Boats. supplies. Sailing rfes. Cat tub and shower fixtures PLUS resMenf-restricted Swim Club
ADVERTISE!: IN THE: with 3 acre Price SSSOOi PLEASE DO NOTHINGuntil and Community Center.
BAIRD'S MARINE terms S3M down SM per mo. you have read this
SERVICE DIRECTORY Call 372-4407 Sunday or 372-9541 View '
601 S.SWNST. ext. 15. ask for Mrs. Kesterson. very revealing and informative Palm Estates
booklet by Jason EL Crk

7Vi ocres. tO miles out. Wells M.D. Soles Office-N.E. 23rd,Blvd. and

MERCHANT To ad in the E.$2000 SAPP coshS. REALTOR For your FREE book-MA 372-9545 day 376-9048 night
your Ph. 471-2000 Newberry. Fla. 11th Terrace-Phone 372-3471
I ; I HEAR AGAIN- Write: Drive West on 16th Ave., Turn Left at
.. section ACREAGE 3 S !. acre tracts 39th Terrace To Model Homes.
Fun in the Sun PHONE 372-8441 rNS \lbIe. Cash or terms. H. B. Doctor. Box 450-M
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41 ,Houses for Rent Unfurn. 61 Wanted to Buy 66 Misc. For Sale 77 Mobil Homes for Sal.

I II 2 BR. Ig. yard near school. SAO WANTED good used pick-tip truck 36000 BTU commercial air conditioner 2 Bedroom trailer 4X with alunu- DODGE-DART FOR THE CORRECT a C
f. ; CLASSIFICATION INDEX per mo. Call 3729455. 1012 NW Chev. or Dodge. 1954-57. Reason- with outside water cooling num cabana air conditioned. TIME .
39th Ave. able. A. K. Brennan Rt. 1. Box tower. 3 office desks a. chairs. 503 shady lot. pool. Town & Country DODGE TRUCKS' .
193B. Alachua. Fla. SW 2nd Ave. Lot G-2 Ph. FR 6-9606. -
J BR. 1 bath Fla. rm.. garage. FR 2-141.1:
12JOP S3' Homecrest 2 bedroom POOLE-GABLE
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE I Range Si refrlg $125. 737 NW 8th 2AMANA air conditioners. 10 x : a
1 Is He..rta. I Ave. Call McKinney Green Inc:. _64_ Household. < I Card .f Tfciakss n Waal.41.t. a.. Realtor 372-3617. > '-Volts. Both 'for $400. Se*' at. ed air conditioner window and 119 SE First Ave.S Courtesy

...., 1'.... e' *2 atxhlMrr Tee!. ADMIRAL air conditioner 23.000 Gainesville Minatur Rlca,. patio awnings. 'Please' can FR 372-4343 UnIversity Chrrrabt
1 J BR. house. NW. Section.; Near 4-1283 before C and after S.
SE _
4 Feria !ixe4 Services BBlldlar JtaterUU i
UniversityKitchen equipped. B TUs.-perfect condition. Private TAPPAN Clock controlled 20Inchoven N.Mai.St.atUtfcAye.All .
; 1 Travel IafruaUs .4 BMteWU Ge.4aM Phone FR 24904. owner." $23S FR 6lU... "'*> rotisserie burner with a 1963 VANDYKE mobile home' 10x
S Special Motlces fS Astises i .,brain. Regular $399 This week 50' air conditioned fully fur
IrIorI.ta ID... Fir dale I!! AVAIL July 1st. 2 BR. CCB house 16 CM..Ft. CE refrigerator ,used only Free 30-gallon glass lined nished. $450, for : S2.OOI equity.
:,: I Baby Sitters. CUti Can tl Tr .4Ua( roata g water furn. $75 per mo. Phone ,3 years.' Bottom freezer; swing water heater included. See Fwl- 3530 S. W. 24th Ave. Pinehurst
\ Places To G* AaTo
t Thlngi BeeAUTOMOTIVE IS' s..l OU WeWst I_ 3 bedroom house. good/ neighborhood $450 Now. $350. terms or cash. IMPORTS FOR SALE Tla Maria. '
Beats .- Marten E,ml*. dose to shopping center GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Creme de Vwlettes Pernod Inca 83 Motorcycles. Scooters,
n CmaB But- riih and achoolw I $100, per me.Call Phone 3723537 Pisco Metaxa, Cafe Expresso Sake
01 Alrplai 8aII-Rfltal. 72 Offleo CtmtiBiei: I 372-3580._ REPOSSESSED Ouzo. BLACK I Ductti motor cycle. Only Car Prices SlashedNO l
7> Msslcu
XercttJidUa 1400 miles. Practically new. $290.FR63.440.
71 MobU Hme* fr 81 ,
3BR unfurn. house. $70 per mo GE wall stereo. maple. regular WINNJAMMER .
\ M Trmeka fr Sate 1520 E. University Ave Call GR. $189.00. If Tracks Waited REAL 5-5141. $1.25 week.GOODYEAR. .- PACKAGE STORE. 961 Moped S90. In excellent con
M Tractors .* Track BeataU ESTATE FOR SALE _I SERVICE STORES ditlon. call 374-01 after 6 P M. DOWN .PAYMENTprice
BR. 1 bath at 324 NW 19th St. -
.' *8 Trailer R.tals 2 Phone 3723537 520 SW 2nd Ave tat RR tracks. '
t U Motorcycles .* kitten 13 Lets tee late $135 per month. Immediateoccupancy. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
FR 2-4554 or FR 2- LIKE 188 K-l Heavy duty
24 Wat rfrnt Property E new
tt A.talD.III. Repairs
70 ts-Marin. Equip. .
m* pay
". 1525. Singer Sewing Machine. Phone
24 Beases Fer Sal
U Aitmb0es tar Sato .
M Swap CM J4 f.ttages Fr Sal RENTALS 372-4102. 1-14' Crestlmer boat i. trailer with Special. $2.50 for performancetest. Station

) J7 Seal Estate Exthaite 2 & 3 br. homes. furn. & unfurn. 55 h.p. Mercury motor. 1944 All makes and models. 58 Rambler Wagon $395 $24
EDUCATIONALIt it Real"E UU Wanted I APARTMENT T-A-G APPLIANCESTested model. $900 Financing can be arranged Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air
Schools laatratUeaIS 99 Oat Tewa Property Near Univ. Beautiful 2 BR. and Guaranteed 1533 E. Univ. Ave Ph. Conditioning Servicing C. n t. r. I

: Ma.I..1 Du.Ia"It 4* Bulncn ProBcmei upper Apt. completely furnished. 42 Refrigerators from 83* "p 372-1312. 304 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2-* 41 Bcsldenttal la...* C." 9 Ranges from $39 up 1951 25 H.P. hand crank Johnson 2561.
4S Farm' a Acreage 17 Washers from $19 upI Olds 195 12
.. 41 CaUred Property Rentals I MARY MOELLER REALTOR Dryers from $49 up outboard engine 300 hrs. total FR SPECIAL auto painting $29_ 5. Automotive 57 . . : .
EMPLOYMENT 41-1 Colored Property Sales 1019 W. University FR 4-4471 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up running time. $ Phone repairs and tune-up.
'11 War Wanted Male I 23768. c Miller & Sons 732 NW 1st St.
3405 NW 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
3 BR. 2 bath, $115 mo.
; 1C ",.lIt Waste Female RENTALS lottv Ave. 10 TV Sets from $3J up FOR SALE 1-15' Woodson fiberglass Phone 372-7915.

': 14 Sales Help. Wasted 3 BR. 1 bath. $100 mo. III NW34th JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. boat with toP. steering. V Ford 295 18 1 I I
U Help Mala or Femals 44 Cattart Far Real Dr. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 controls. 40 h.p. motor & trail 85 Automobiles! for..Sale 57 Station Wagon I ,

!: U Mate Help Wasted 43 FiraUiiti Apti. S Call MCKinney Green Inc. Realtor G. E. REFRIGERATOR used I yr. er. Excell.) condo Priced at only 1 I II Smart
Dramatic 4< Cnr ralabe. Apt*. 5 FR J3417 Cost new $183. selling for $85 SHOO Call 37.1381. NICE 59 Fore G.***** 500 coovt.,
.,. U restate U.), Wanted 47 Reuses fee Brat ra.... P 12 Cu. ft., including freezer. Call new top, ,S, PB,- ''R t H. Dew I 1\\
t 48 Reuses fr Beat Cnfaro. 49 Rooms For Rent 374-7707 after 7. 73 Musical Merchandise) WW tires' As:ume monthly payments F6rd 250 15 -
; FARMS & LIVESTOCK 45 ...a. fr Beat = of $44. Little $ or will consider 56 Station; Wagon
BO KELVINATOR washer & dryer. ex older model car for my I Car Buyers
24 fum EBlmeBt Btcl Bns r
W. University
LARGE room cellent condition. 1st lISt takes be
after 5 P.M.
equity. May seen
j.; :n Fee Fertilizer 11 kilL Beatala Ave. Hot and cold water Phone 37A-414Z., Also RCA Vic. America's No. 1 piano and
I';, M LHeiUek A SapaBeaIt CIA Wasted T* Beat furnished. $35 for 1 persons. 2 tor console TV. 24" screen $100. organs are at Earl's Piano Co. at 405 SE 3rd St.
LkBdieaplax Tsp SDU U Boarders Wasted 1 person $40 month. FR 6-2641 or Gainesville's evclustve' Wurtitzer Alfa Romeo Spider. 1943. Phone Studebaker : 395 24 :
-:; PU .* SipplitsU 13 Otflc Desk 8f ace 6-2930. Mr. Haynes. ELEC. Range ref rig., washer; $.S$. Dealer. 702 W. University 376-6603 57 w:3 s. Check
.... Wa U4, Ii Bute.. a..taIa each. Couch $25. 2 platform rockers Ave.' Phone 372-2222. '
FOR 1 or 2 people 2 rooms. private $15. Coffee table. Ph. 372. VOLKSWAGEN 63. 2 door white
bath. private entrance. Call 5961.1I2x15'. TRUCK LOAD very fine factory with red interior one owner
M FINANCIAL SERVICE 3721444 or see at 1106 NE 9th rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR. clean car. See to appreciate. For
h.'I M ButBtii Opportunities! 22 Special Service Ave. rose-beige wool rug. $15. ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC appt. 454-9351. Studebaker 350 21 MELTON
I 4" >7 Money t* L.aaM 23 Bema InvreTemeats Phone 372-8578. STORE 112 SE First St. Ph. .
One 1958 VOLKSWAGEN Bus. extra -
TO business or professional man.
Martf ares :. RadIi TT Serrtoe FR 4-5931.

'i 1 1' lit Menej Wasted 21 Appttaaea Furniture II : adjacent Phone bath.1325 Must sober.4th St. 66 Misc .For Sale. PIANOS AND ORGANS very clean low milage.mechanically May be perfect.seen I

_-...---- I Several name brand and at 30t N.E. 1st St., Mr. Dick Stoti I MOTORS
NICE cool downstairs corner room. pianos
f' 5ls1LjiImWWll'1"uu'wui1wiuitzam Holmes.6OCOMET 295 18
t close In. Off street parking. Antenna T-V antennas ,(3 single stack $7 organs used In our teaching 57 Rambler
46 Unfurniihed furnished. 531 S. E. 2nd double stack. $1300 complete kit. studios. Will sell at substantial Station Wagon AC. auto Wagon
45 Furnished Apts. Apts. ii. FR 22582. Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave discounts. Gridley Music Co. trans., radio. new tires. tone 1963 BUICK .

Gainesville ,Shopping Center. FR owner excellent condition. 376- .
k FURNISHED apartment. Clean. cool 5 rooms tt bath downtown area. LARGE furnished room for men REMINGTON elec typewriter. good 25353.UPRIGHT. 2348 S < _4 and comfortable. 25 minutes from retrlg. I, stove. Adults no pets. weekly maid service. linens and condition. SI U. Call after ,J.OO Chevrolet 175 11 with interior.
t4 Gainesville. Access to big lake. water furn. $40 per mo. FR 2'1 refrigerator furnished. Phone :372- P.M. 372-4738. piano in good tune 1963 DODGE DART 270 4 dr. Sedan 54 . Beige '

'I good fishing. MS per month. G. _4421 or 372.1433. 1185. COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY $100. PhofM 374-9058 or 4-8085. .of low extras.milage Call one 454-1M7 owner. Plenty High- -$2495 ;.

P. Rippey. Melrosc GR 5-S571. AIR CONDITIONED apts. 1. 2 or 3 2636Va N. W. 2nd Ave. A room Chairs low as $8. No money TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS Springs.
4 ONE BR turn apartment 1313N. BR. furnished or unfurnished. Immediate for men only In cottage separate down, low as $5 per month. Buy now for this fall. Many to _
W. 7th Ave. Water' furnished. occupancy available, $80 from residence has private Free estimates, pickup i and delivery choose from. Instant credit. 1964 CADILLAC. less than 5000 55 Metropolitan 295 18
t: $60 per mo. Phone FR 4-2930 or per month & up. Couples only.' entrance. FR 4V7944 FR service I All work guaran Gainesville Music Center miles. Coupe blue deVille interior.white",385.with Ph. I I 1962 BUICK

4-2441. Ask for Mr. Haynes. Phone 3723522 for Mr. Sltg It 22980. teed. Phone 376-7784. I _372-5421. 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave._ midnight I Special. 4-door sedan.
Arnold Realty Co.. 121* W. Univ. FR 4-4945. ,
: 1 BR. garage/ apart. clean and Ave. A large comfortable front room TRADE your costly to operate GIBSON Les Paul electric guitar I Radio, heater, air. Solid
quiet,, adults no pets; SS5 per with cross circulation. Gentlemen ELECTRIC water heater and and amplifier carrying case, plUg. CONVERTIBLESharp I
rmt. 2913 N.W. 4th St. Phone FR 2 BR unfurn. apart. 216 S.E. tth only. Phone FR 4-5993. $48 for a new glasslined GAS in cord and shoulder strap. Call black 58 Impala 148 with MOTOR white with blue interior.
4-4593 or i.222*. St. Kitchen equipped married neighborhood. water heater. Much more hot FR 71409 std* transmission. Average retailon RIDGWAY
NICE In quiet
couples children and pets wel. room line. Phone 'water at about half the cost with this popular model Is $780. $1895
CLEAN. living room lust rtfur- come. $45 per mo. plus util. Contact convenient to bus OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. Will accept any sensible offer if CO.
nlshed. newly painted. 1 BR apt. I M. U ..Shea 372-4353 or 374- 372-4894 ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. Automotive -said-.- bv-. Monday. FR 1-6226.
St 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per 2763 evenings. MEN WOMEN. Rooms and apartments '

.2 mo*72.Immed.Weseman occupancy.Realty. .. Phone FOR QUIET STUDYING. kitchen near' Campus.furnished.Day.. weekor FR OPEN AIR MARKET CORVAIR with radio Monza heater 6* white equipped side 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 1962 CHEVY ,

equipped 2 BR apt. $45 plus util month linens Farm Fresh Fruit and Vegeta 77 Mobile Homes for SaleA wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. Impala, 4-door s t d a n,
CLEAN cool downstairs apt: Utilities ities. Phone 372-3297. 4-2937 or 4-1082 bles. Come out to 4431 N.W. 13th Assume payments small equi
'furn $7J per 'mo. Married QUIET air cond. room. private entrance St. ty. Will consider older car forequity radio heater automatic::]
couple only. 314 NE 3rd Ave. Ph. kitchenette linens i util. leader in every way. Service Call owner at 3724441 transmission power steering
47 Houses for Rent Fur' SHORT WAVE RADIO RECEIVER first always. Federal Quality
3724752. *. .1250 weekly. weekdays.
turn. men only. ext. 33 8-5 with matching
Hallicratters S 40-B.( Very good Homes. 4820 N.W. 13th St. 372- turquoise -
AVAILABLE July 1st. 1 372-1565. condition. $50 Call 374-3474. 5113. MGA 1958 Top condition. like interior
modern air. ,conditioned 1 BR house. lights Si water fur. Interior. Call FR 2-3054 after "
menu for 2 mo. only. IPart.1 rtlshed $42 per mo. N a pets 51-A Wonted To, Rent DRAWER UNF. CHEST sturdily WE BUY new 7:30 P.M. $2095
3481 374-4340. 3037 SW Archer Rd., Phone FR constructed- smooth sanded ponderosa -
25433. pine only ......... 13.88 USED MOBILE HOMESTop 1964 Chevrolet Impala. new 2300 HAWESPOWERSMOTOR
FURNISHED 2 ig. rooms. w floor. ; DUPLE wants 2 or 3 bedroom.residents Small-4 Dr _Desk ............ 1188 dollar' paid. phone 374-0571 miles A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost.
private bath entrance. Adults ADULTS only. 5 room house. 307 furnished house. permanent Large 4 Dr. Chest .......... It... Phone FR ."04. John Baldwin. 1962 CHEVY
708 E. Univ. Ave. I S.E. 2nd Street. J. R. Crane. house Si neighborhood must COX WAREHOUSE 602 S. Main SPECIAL .
_372-3631. be nice. Ph. FR 6-9653. 104 Oldsmobile Jetfire hardtop CO.
x 206' Lot for mobile home. 1963
URN.. clean 4 rm. apart.. air FOUR-piece antique marble top Wagon, 9 passenger, auto-
I. VERY desirable 3 bedroom, two YOUNG responsible family of four $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes air conditiQned
_ cond.. couple preferred no pets. bedroom suite for sale. PhoneU681545 'coupe matie transmission air,
Prairie. For
baths Prefer man with tam.- desires 3 bedroom home. Phone appointment cat
$45 mo. 102 N.W. 23rd Hampton. Fla. transmission. Car
per 4 speed
ily. Call FR 4-3052. power steering rodio
FR 67005.tORDYCE. to see this house between FR 2-1802. -
IIVd.1 4 aV 7 P.M., 1105 NW oIls ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I 1 Is parked on Univ. ,City SMITTY SEZ : heater.
RENTALSI St. 52 Boarders Wanted -am back at old stand. 516 W. ,Bank parking lot. See Mr.

Bdr.. A-c. NW location, $140. 2 Bedroom house 2414 N. E. 4th University Ave. I buy. sell and WYATT- Foster or Mr. Johnson at $2195
I Bdr.. SE location semi-turn., Ave. Corner of 25th St. House ROOM and Board for g.rls. Private trade. lot class repaIrsas al- the bank. These cars arc priced to sell this weeend. \- .

$7JOO open. Call FR 6-4230 or 26144. bath. Washing Machine. Phone ways. Come in if you don't like these I Ii
I Bdr.. SE location. efficiency FR 6-6083. REPOSSESSED Singer Zlg lag Trailer SalesHome FOR SALE 1963 FORD XL 500.Fattback. ,
furru. $5500SW COZY 2 BR home country atmosphere makes decorative stitches. appli- For details call l 372-0197.. prices, make us an offer. I 1961 FALCON :
.- air conditioned. Call
Bdr.. location. unfurn. $115. 3724914 of
I Bdr.. NW location, imrurn.. or 374-4217. 53 Office-Desk Space que. buttonholes. monograms. etc. Pacemaker Mobile Homes 1964 VW. radio seat belts. openkso i 4-door wagon radio, heater

125. Many FORDYCE more to choose from. THREE- carport large all electric rooms kitchen and bath nearSperry PROFESSIONAL BUILDING. 202 Only mo. 815 S47.20 W. Unlv.payments FR 4-1075.$4_SO per Shasta Travel and Trailers Alrstream luggage back rack windows trailer side hitch.mirror.undercoat '63 VALIANT 4mtvH8erl: 595'AQ automatic tran-mission

Plant. For single man West university Ave. Office space NEW and used chain saws, lawn Ocala's First Mobile Home 8000 miles. $1650 Phone $1195

Associates Inc or woman or couple: no dogs. available reasonable down mowers. edgers. tampers. light Dealer Since 148 FR 28793. "70" 4door, 4-speed
FR 4-1254 or see
town. Phone
_$48 per mo. FR 2-4111. plants. cable. Wisconsin. Briggs 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. .
Professional Buildn 1961 FALCON Station Wagon, 4 dr. CORY AIR
Room 202. ?
REALTORS & Stratton. new and used mo Phone 629-1351 R t H. and auto trans. WW OO radio and $1
Lovely four
bedroom. tors. Rental. sales and service Ocala Fla.BELIEVE. CQC
Vt-VOt 111 .
P< W. Univ. two OFFICE Spoce For Rent. tires good condition. $900. FR -
home bath In Florida completely Park furnished SW Third Street. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE '9701 and 25806 heater, sharp . . . . 4-door sedan blue with
FURNISHED 2 bedroom 47 Ft. convenient 16th Ave. Phone 37.34n. IT ,
mobile home. private lot. water to Univ. Prefer Professaror THINKING about buying a good white tOt).
furnished 2027 N.W. 31st Place. graduate student It family. 54 Business Rentals BURROUGHS Sensimatic accounting OR NOT sport car? Only $1200 will put special 4-door sta. $
FR 41180.CLEAN Write Box 447 A. care of machine. F50 Serial S-484MP. you In a 1960 Alpine. Extras include 63 BUICK 1795 $995

furnished apt Private bath. Gainesville Sun. GARAGE space tor rent 41} &: W. Phone G. Massa 473-4911 Keystone Save $400 10 x 44 2 BR fur. wire wheels WW tyres and wagon, heater .

Reasonable. Apply $24 NW lit P1.r ONE bedroom furn. house fenced 2nd St. Call John Merrill.. Real Heights. Fla. nlshed. only $3195. $35040 down. heater. Call 37 -7824 for details.
yard. carport. NW section. No tor. FR 2-144. SEWINGMACHINES $5409 per month. 1963 Grad Prix. Air. loaded with : crown 4-door hardtop,
i Bedroom modern block duplex. drinking no pets. $40 month.. FR 1944 like Over 50 models to choose from extras. Warranty and low mile 63 IMPERIAL 1960 RAMBLER4door
Zig Zag. new. monograms
with tor
Quiet. 2053 N.W. :34th Avs. $80. 2438.. SMALL warehouse platform power steering, power
Phone FR t-7883. trucks loading & unloading in buttonholes sews on buttons. ap TRAILER MARTHWY. age. $3485. Will trade. 3725626 wogon automatic

3 BR, '2 bath $100 mo.. 734 NE city limits. 1132 S. Main St. pliques fancy stitches overcasts 17 PHONE 3281050 after 6 p.m. 'brakes, automatic transmission transmission radio. heater. -
| Bedroom duplex. Located S. E. 3rd Ave Call McKlnney Green, Phone 372-S433 or 374-4173. raw edges. Take 6 payments at MUST SELL leaving school Top 4395
4Sth Terrace. ISO per month. CallF Inc. Realtor. FR 23417. $-640. Phone 372-2051. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 cond.. all new parts. '60 Voiks- air conditioning, radio, heater .
for rent.
COLORED beauty shop
R 22372.IBEOROOM ,
2 BR frame home. complete with Inquire at 507 N.W. 5th Ave.or OR SALE. 5 hot water tanks 30 EASf PALATKA. FLORIDA wagen Call FR 2.7554.. New $995
( furnished apartmentsfor T.V.. piano washing machine. and phone 372-4754 or 2-0023. gal. with gas heater attached also For Sale---:::-1 B-III'- cond. turn paint |lob. Low Mileage. 2.door

rent No pets. 311 SE. Ith deep freeze. Located 122 N.W. 39th 150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete trailer enclosed cabana Excetlent 1943 TR-4 Driven only 7.500 miles. 62 CHEVROLTh0rdt0p
Street. Phone FR 48941RENTALS Ave. near Steven Foster School Business with gauges. crane. 2 shallow condition. FR 79886. 4-8 Like new. original list $3,159 superrspovt,
56 Opportunities
and bus line. Lot 100 x 141. Also well pumps. Inquire Lewis A.M. and 4-12 P.M. Sacrifice for 2400. Terms. Call steering radio heater $1 1960 RAMBLER
car shed and work shop. Will rent I Jewelry Co.ADDRESSOGRAPH. power QQft
| BR, 176 mo. or $83 with A-C. to students $95 per mo. Call FR 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. 10x55 HOME Crest. 2 BR. front and FR 4-2514. automatic transmission V8 . I / */ "'4-door sedan. Air, power
1123 NW 3rd Ave. 6-2524 Nationwide Insurance Office Unlv. Ave. for lease. Opportunity equIpment Including rear. IVt bath air-cond.., window '60 ;VOLKSWAGEN. good condition .
| BR, unfurn. $71 mo.. 1105 NW or FR 4-4710 home. for the right man to get in feeder and 2 listers. and patio awnings. Phone FR 4- clean, priced for quick sale steering radio heater outomotic
3rd Ave. the bowling alley business with a Also Graphotype card cutter far 1283 745 N. E.' IWh ,Ave.,.Phone'JR 2-doo automatic transmission. Sold:
t BR. AC. $101 mo.. 1105 NW 3rd ADULTS only. "3 Br. furnished small amount of capital. Call FR plates. and five sections of plate 25871 : 62'' PLYMOUTH white.
Ave. house. Large living room dining 4-2441 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. cabinets on caster basis. Phone G. fransmls$1295
I I BR. $90 mo.. 1105 NW 3rd Ave. room and kitchen. Front and Haynes. Massa 473-4911 Keystone Heights. IT'S FOOLISHto ii-Plymouth 4 dr. ww tires. r 1 $995
1 BR. $45 mo.. 41t NW 2nd Ave. back porch. Completely redecorated Fla. 8. h. AT. mechanlcalyuCP': sion,.radio and, heater,
I GROCERY STORE. all colored pay more. RECKLESS to lent. $275 or best offer. 3727478.
I BR. $45 mo.. 1226VI NW Ith St. Good neighborhood. closeIn.
75000 BTU Duotherm oil heater '
trade, no down payment. must pay less. GET THE REAl
I Efficiency, $35 mo., 3505 NW 17th Very reasonable. Phone FR 2- have good credit or collateral. with blower. good condition. $25 FACTS. Payments as low asi7.2t '57 FORD. Fairlane 500. V-8 PS. classic' 4-door; auto-
I St. 4044 Sunday f a.m. to 1 p.m. Call FR 4-7231 days or FR 2-0441 Phone 3729647. $ per month with $300 down. Fordamatic. Many extras. New 62 RAMBLER I 1960 BUICK
t BR. untom. $55 mo. 110 SW 4th or f to 9 Weekdays. paint and tires. Excellent cond. matic
nights and
Sundays. trans$1
Ave. KODACOLOR and LAKE GENEVA FR 27116 evenings 1 545 4-door sedan. Factory air,
I Efflcl.nev. S7S mo. 212 SE 7th St. SMALL 2 BR CCB newly painted EXCELLENT downtown Slncia I r BLACK & WHITE Mobile Homes Sales mission, radio, heater, nice steering
r tall McKlnney Greene. Inc. Realtor Inside. Elec. kitchen fenced yard Service Station -open and doIng 2 PRINTS for the PRICE of 1 Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. Automobiles Wonter I' power power
FR 23417.GENTLEMAN TV antenna. $80 per mo. 720 I business will! lease to responsible All sizes except 35 mm 87 2-door brakes turquoise with
1 NW 34th PI. 372-3324. I party with adequa t e ,$3.48 savings on 12 exPo roll IT'S HERE Fords 925 white top.
to share 50-S4 62 FALCON
with apt. WANTED
r TWO bedroom trailer with cabana. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. of KODACOLOR CARS Al Herndon ServIce real. nice .
1418 SW 13th & Chevrolets.
no pets. Call FR 2-5633. Phone FR 4-0222 or 2-4512. $1395
,t Ave. near Medical Center. Call 1021 W. Unlv. Ave. 12' WIDE Champion 2 BR Station 916 SE 4th St.
FR '-86". SMALL furnished house 1 bUt FOR SALE BY OWNER two r"utura automatic transmiSSion -
from PK Yonge School. 3 blks. good business locations with tremendous Now Specializing In Ladies' Better Beautiful NEW 44 model '61 FALCON :

46 Unfurnished Apt*. from Univ. Private entrance, water potential 100'' x 200' Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I I x 34 one BR radio, $ | OQC i 1959 BUICK
k furnished. $45 par mo. Ph. each. Call J. R. Crane 3723431. through 54. 53 Each. Exceptional SPECIAL at ONLY $2895 I X7t7

I BR. unfurn.' apt.<.hen equipped 374-3482 or 3723937. TO SETTLE AN ESTATE. E,tab- Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER BUTTS MOBILE I HOMES heater, air conditioning, sharp 2-door, hardtop. Solid I

lOll NW 4th Ave. Call 372-8310. lished Ocala business must be DISCOUNTS. 19 SW. 1st Ave INC. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY I white air, radio heater.

NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitcnen 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. sold. Consists of bar. package nue. 376-8361 Cancer 770 4-dcor, automatic power steering power
store. 411 unit motel. For fur- Open S AJIA. P.M. Closed 61 DODGE
to S
equipped. $M per month on a FLORIDA Pest Control Is NOW brakes.
ther information call 374-7414 and
years lease. Ph. 3744372 days. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom nousSiO boasting their largest supply of .Sundays. 441 N. at city limits transmis$11QC'I I
ask for Mr. Williams.
376-7327 evenings. month. IMtornicrwd 2 bedroom -. easona4 Plants Also call us cross from Gainesville. Livestock. lion, radio, heater, $99519S9
house $40 month. Furnished for decorative' patio stones Mr*
LARGE newly decorated apartmentpartially duplex apt. $90 month. Fa 59 Money Wanted baths or of 4 Com.t- .coln I
furnished. Phon. GR S. : any your gardening Mer ury- 2-door hardtop au-
4-7444. problems. FLORIDA PEST CON.
_5485. _, WANT to borrow $4000 second mortgage TROL GARDEN CENTER. FR. Value Rated 506 E. University 60 PLYMOUTH tomotic $ :, MERCURY
I New 2 bedroom duplex apartment 3 BR. 1 bath at 1117 NE: 1st good Investment. Good moral 4-2441 20 NW 14tfc Ave 795

for $7500 per month. Call John Ave.. $100 per mOo University risk. Write box 454-A care of OLD Underwood typewriter recon- Gainesville 372-4251 transmission, radio, heater . . I 4-door hardtop, radio I

Merrill. Realtor. FR 2144.AppHonet Realty. 37243$1.Draperies Gainesville Sun. ditioned. $25 or trade for T. V.. Used Cars I heater, power steering

diamond or watch. Paul Ott's 2'door bel air, automatic I power brakes automatic
Bazaar Watch Repair 113 N. B&G MOTOR CO. 60 CHEVROLET transmission,
Main St. across street from 1st transmission ;

SERVICES National Parking Lot. Cadillac Oldsmobile VOLKSWAGEN radio, heater power $795
THE amazing Blue Lustre will I 2001 NW 13th St. $1145 1 !

leave your upholstery beautifully steering air conditioning . .
soft and clean. Rent electric .
shampooer $1. McDamell 1958 BUICK
4-door station
Furn. Co.GUARANTEED. GAINESVILLEAUTO 60 CHEVROLET wagon I 2-door hardtop green with

Home And Business 20 CU. ft. chest automatic white
top power ,,
.- freezer. $45 gas stove $29; elec. SALES transmission radio heater $'
stove $29; dinette set $15; refrig. 395 I power brakes.
$29, youth bed $19, Bargains ga 1007 N. Main St. MILLER- V8 air conditioning
@ . ... .
lore. Williams Service Center. Phone FR 2-6313 BROWN : $595

Remodeling Hawthorne Rd. 3723937. Northcentrol a .__....
-- -- Florida's
CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew I; 1030 E. Univ. awLa '60 CHEVROLET 4door station wagon I

DO YOU NEED. Florida room. extra and Used $40 I LargestIndependent FR 2-3582 1957 CADILLACLoaded.
NEW low prices on Fabric of CUstom room more room roof work. Complete line of photo supplies Dealer V1245 1
made draperies. Complete or maybt I complete new home? FULLER'S FOTO INC. matic, trans., radio, heater, 4-door hardtop.

.. Installation. Lacey'a Drap For a free estimate guaranteed 419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 Blue. new tires.
ery Shop. Phone 372-4102.. work. phone Carl C. Crown 4doo
Waters 3723049.Sewing VACUUM CLEANERSUsed 7 0 hardtop
Landscaping $15 up-25 to choose from BIGUSED J7 power steering, power I

Machine Repairs KIRBY SALES & SERVICE brakes, radio, heater

712 N. Main Pr-. 374-a I JOB $995 1957 BUICK
LANDSCAPE SERVICE air conditioning . . . .
G rlss.Sod-G a",en MainNurserystock CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE .T.V. antennas $3 single stack Convertible out o mat I c
: of all kinds.CREVASSE'S CO. IIS W. University $7 doutie: stack. $13 complete CA'RS
NURSERY Ave. V4-1B7S. We repair all I kit. Brant's. 513 NW tth Ave I Starchief 4-dr. hardtop, transmission. radio, heater ->
Landscape Co. Makes. Work fully guaranteed./ 200 LB. capacity chest deep freeze. $3995 power steering, power I power steering power.
FR -2514 for free estimate. LE
Good condition.
only 30 days old. WRt self for brakes.
half price. FR 4-4240. 2425 Haw i brakes, radio heater, air

.. ADVERTISE IN THE : TELEVISION f"Rd.. NO REASONABLE Honing; automatic condi$1145 $595

SERVICE DIRECTORY I complete. good condition. $45. I
PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL $1 Phone FR 2- nS. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY i HAWESPOWERSBODY /J0 PLYMOUTH 4'door station wag- 1955 CHRYSLER.4door .

5: .Repair & : per Inch plus $10 to Install most SEWING MACHINE repossessed SHOP I J7 on, automatic transmission I
tubes. Year sedan steer.
1 Special
Air Conditioning Mortgage Broker Reconditioned TVs Warranty. Singer Zig Zag. makes decorative 611 S.W. 3rd St. radio heater Y8 power
from $9.93.THE 516 brakes. Run
stitches with drop In cams, S. Mo.'r, St. I $795 I ing. power
MORTGAGE: MONEY 7 S.E. 1st Ave. .P liques., monograms buttonholes FR 6-2425 I FR 2-0538 real nice good.
sews on buttons etc. Only
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP 5V per cent Interest. Terms to 4 Technician's with U years ex $52.40. payments $4Ji. Call 3727MO
---- -- $495
First In air conditioning and Appliance 2S years.BUY penance on all makes. or 3721051. ( )
repairs. We sell guaranteed BUILD REFINANCE QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES I'58 TAUNUS &vr:: 395 -
washers refrigerators. etc CaMDan I. SERVICE GOOD HEARING to one of your I I
FRC24T. Byrd AH Channel Antenna Kit $1495 most valuable assets. Dont neg RAMBLERSELLING 1956 GMC
FR 2-2511 led It. Visit GAINESVILLE
S25 NW 13 St. Ph.
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Appraise) Senric* FHA and conventional at tovit yv, N. W. 10th Ph. 3773177 NORTH MAIN. PHONE 3744)095.) I 56 VOLKSWAGEN 2-door $495
current rites. Terms to 23 $395
---- years. Will gladly discuss at no Tires SEWING MACHINE repossessed SPREEALL
obligation. Call tomorrow. AlignmentBrake White Zlg Zag full size round
4"door Automatic transmis-
:: FRED B. ARNOLDREALTOR I J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Service -bin. like new. buttonholes. /P
SI N. Main St.Pft.. FR 2-S414 s on buttons. appliques, mono- OD sion radio $ 1955 CHEVYSuper
:. ,REAL. ESTATE APfRAIJAV I -- t,.3491$. Fancy stitches. Take pay.meat CARS OOC

I SERVICE 372-3522 FRED B. ARNOLD VACATION famous nationally SPECIALON Mohawk of 17.. per mo. Small EXECUTIVE heater nice . . . J3iff Special. In. wee*
tit W. UNIV. AVE. PH. REALTOR known balance-Phone 372-74M or 372--
,FHA -AXO CONVENTIONALLOANS tire . Save vo to 2051. DISCOUNTS UP TO 5800 only. I
50% on new tires. See our new -door., power steering,
Auto Equipment, 121* W. UNIV..AVE. PH. 372-3522 wrap around retread that grm OFFICE DESK. reupholstered trailer 30 CADILLAC $195
more mileage traction. Latfc sofa bed. knee hole desk bed- power brakes radio
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA mar Tire Co. 473 N. Main !'. room surtc. pair pie crust lamp IN STOCK A LARGE SELECTION OF AIR heater automatic transmission
.. : end conventional loans. Low tables night stands end tables. $695 .

lYDRAULIC'xctmngcar JACKS Repair rebulB km '*rWalker rates_ .Terms to25 ,vears. 127S Tree Service Empire sryi love seat and 2 CONDITIONED SEDANS & WAGONS 61 air conditioning . . . .
W. UnJv. Ave. 372-53t3- chairs. Other household Items.NeartyNy .

adwaler" jacks. Hydraulic-Factory authorU- Jack F. H. A. I Comr. Loans A-I TREE SERVICE Furniture Sho 314 &fr:. "*'- *.., r MELTON
Service Agent. HULL BRAKE FORDYCE ASSOCIATES. INC. Pruning demossing. bracing & ca- N.W. tth Ave. Fr 6-a2. /

I SERVICE A SUPPLY 1314, *. REALTORS & tree removal. Cavity EXCELLENT .iFrlgi. w Courteous Solesmen' '
M..ft Fit 2-U17 f24_W Unlv 376-123& work I. tree feeding. Lawn service dak*.refrlgerttor. $7fc I Kanmore :Cori1tfn-ond: Jy4.eet.O\ : HawesPowersMofpr

and maintenance. LIcensed automatic washed STCul- P.' (G.: (Poli ):; Holder. Elmer; ,'MIIIer.CeciLSirttmons !! ::
Gloss PAINTING'ElI1erior & Insured. Free estimates. Troy 21" port, -flow' flf\t 12.. Call
Auto Thames 374-2940. Jack 1W r., L8-V08.w' Jc ,te, H and painting. - "* "* -
decorating 464-3481. Gainesville Fla
busl- estimate Phone 372-5814. 1 TORCH. 1 bench grinder. 1 hoselack. Pk1 1t. Safes Mgr.;
XUTO GLASS 1$ our onlY
_ neIlNftICIItte' ktstaOationitrc V12 ton hydraulic lacks Co.ffvnioutb
Winch Truck- vatve tools. and other tttems. Call
pkfctip a. delivery: Add Plumbing i -.
beauty a. value to your car. > FR-t-t34Lir .: *.:- 11 (' LARGE SELECTION OF CARS .,

3n N.W tH St FB 4-2S5S SEWER WINCH TRUCK -V lie iit Ckrysler--lmpcrle( SimccMW
sett out of business. 1
NEW fc used tun res. complete 10 ft. and 32 tt. boom going 5.16. .d Sereke
I ft. Warren display meat refrigerator.
I ; "BIG" JIM metal.
Bulldozing 'HUGULEY plumbing serv- Gainesville e Plumb Welding 4411 NW and Otis Street shop $150 1 Toledo scale wilt sot t-3 no'ersol. .* ...t-tr.... MAIN
$18 1 National cash register
Ino. FR M58. Phone 371-9838 ; RIOGWAYMR
IMALL bulldozer, loader dump $15; and other wseful Items at low
trucks: fill dirt. lima rock. TOJ cost. Call FR 4-5441 fit H. W. 312: N. MAIN ST.
I toil Phone'37 -7144., UpholsterYUPHOLSTER >WINDOW CLEAN IHG Sm Ave. GalnesvUie.\ Fla. FR 67571f.

BULLDOZERS & 0regtlnsB; your furniture at WINDOWS doaned. floors cleaned ,JENNY Lynn spool bed. dark mahogany II FR 6-3400
Hoe. wheel tractors. motor reasonable pricrt. Call Sally and waxed. house washed, IIyrs. has box springs and mattreu. .1132SaMAINSTe FR 2-8433
I or..... Free estimate_ W. G. Experienced. FR 4-tt. 424 experience. Free estbnatn.\ In good candlHoAl <4i. > -
(Buck! Johnson", Fft uzar.. N.W. Utfe Tor. Phone FR 2-S9SS.: Phone F* 24133. -


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to time or_ mileage miles you get from the original tread ot.flese super
without limit 0' : tires,guarantee* in writing to duplia*this mileage r;;
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Ha..d. except running has 28%more tread rubber in a 20%deeper tread than
against All Rood the best of the new car tires.
But, Just as important it has 48% stronger tire
flat. body. When the original tread does wear smooth we
rebuild the tread with our exacting factory methods.
L- And we guarantee that you will again receive the long
mileage given by the original tread.
All this included in our regular' pay fl.". ::'::....,c.:: .;,-...-,-,; T,} ." :., .:'.,..:...;'--
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to check this unheard-of: tire "buy" for yourself. *DOUBLC-THE-MILCAGE GUARANTEE ...
On U.S.Royal Masters,w* guarantee to duplicate
the original tread mileage through rebuilding the
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