Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Post Chairman Suddenly Quits I jA;. -. .'f,1,i1.' ,.,.- Sen. / 'Leads,, Poll SaysBerry

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j"I r .7'7' .-. -, 6'' Would Get 44 Per Cent
Law-ley- City Council: Chairman .
Sales 'it' "r y lr
Spurgeon Mossey ur-

piled everybody including: t Of Voles In District 5A
Icllow .
board members whe. ..
he suddenly resigned tn the Near $$250,000 -'T' Y -"r7 1

middle of a meeting Monday | public opinion poll conducted by the Florida Institute -

night. r of Public Opinion, between March 30 and April
He gave only ''per onal rea- r x 1 t I Prices Hold UpI 7. indicates that Sen. Charley E. Johns! of Starke
sons") for the 'rt
unexpected move
holds: a substantial: ( lead over his two opponents for
hut! gave indication when the State t Senate Group 5 seat in the
quiered by The Telegraph tha I through the strawberry new 24-county
his decision is final. auction at the Starke State district. I.

Massey asked the City Clerk Farmers Market have nearei' According to the Institute's I number of Negroes interviewed

Ethel ReJdish to write hia resignation ve ,,a, the quarter million d()'U.v; L- poll. Johns hud 41 t per cent of said that Burns has become -

during' the meeting. ( mark manager Pat Portia:' the vote In ,the entire district more acceptable to them
She complied; Massey signedIt announced yesterday. while Sen.'! Hal \Davit., of Quin- since he appointed a numberof
Through the I cy has. 29!) per cent and Sen.J .
and left the board room. Tuesday auction Negroes to top jobs financed -
The council has appointed; had handled 75.140 flat! Kmory: (Rod) Crosn of jointly by state and federal

Buster- Bennett to rep'lictMjsiey for a return of $246,780 to Gainesville has 27 per cent.'Depending agencies. Keily'9: support a-

as chairman, passing mowers. Total revenue Is con-:> ..h upon the voter mong Negroes came largely

over vice-chairman Paul Din- *ldetaby! above this figure, l-'roiu. left: l Ds I>. U, \Mllffcn. Julian ;Mcltite, :Scott Kelly", turnout In Leon and Jackson from educators, the survey re

kins. Councilman Billy Anders however as at least three! I I .Inlin ,\, Turode.Hits .. I where DavIs Is strong, andAluchmi vealed.
large In the da unil Levy. where Burns was reported
street chairman was not present growers county : strong
at Monday's meeting helda not bell their berries at auc- Burns TimesUnionIellT Cross hasltl'ength., either of in Orange Duval Leon Palm
ant ''J S the two could 1 into
.r4i + go it runoff Beach Union Bradford, and
week late due to the illnessof
tion.Monday's with Johns. ," according to .
Clerk Reddish.In auction total was Clay Counties High was indicated
the! Institute's news release.In as the choice of
8.797 flats with best berries polled
other action the councl'allaln
',-"' the 2nd Congressional District voters In
discussed the inactivity bringing $3.30; good from Campaigns Dude, Broward, and 1 1J
of the newly formed volunteer (Continued:! On Page Two I race fur Congrexs the Pinellim counties where Kelly l.
Institute poll Indicated, that,
was a clone second.In .
fire department. It was decid- Gobbler BaggedMarkalen Congressman It. R. (Billy) Bradford County Burn

ed that a definite decision of I II :Mutlu'WH continues to lend his was favored 'by 59 per cent of

fire whether truck or not donated to keep by the the !Starling' anti grandson. Fiddle: Norimm ",.,.... justly proud of this .InrmlMim $$23,579 Grant I Here Via 'Copter opponent Rep. Don Fuqua voters replying to the. poll.
Tin Intent Institute
.. 10-pound wild .turkey klllnl in I'lu.v. County during she recent" Sprlug UuulilerNcuMOn. figures Kelly was next with 28 percent
Florida Forest Service, will be showed Matthews with 5tt
Kddlw. 110 doubt. I"l thinking about 'the time lie ulll per while High Wad given 13
good' lm\e
noon with
made at the next The oni Won CUBBA ,
meeting. By Scott Kelly of Ltikeluml brought, his: cumiuiign/ for rent of the vote to Fuqua's4I per cent.
council has indicated that It is of those king size druinntlckf.. \ I cent.
Governor to Starke Wednesday: morning setting:! down Clay County gave Burns 5t
concerned about the lack of In the. Governorship ,
in the middle of Starke Plaza per cent KeJly 31 per cent
organization In the new fire $23.579 planning grant for I ,by helicopter parking )j I II the poll Indicated that Gov.rluydon and High 15 per cent. The Un

department and: is reluctant to HEW Explains Guidelines CUBB Economic Agency Inc. I lot at 0\ a.m. I Burns Is maintaininga ion County poll Indicated, 57
'put any money In the program has been approved in Wa'h- The former state senator Georgia Is buying tires for 40 slight lead of seven-tenths! per cent for Burns 28 per

under the circumstances. Inn, according to a wire received and one-time mayor of Lakeland per cent less) than Florida la if one per cent of the "decid cent for Kelly and 15 per

I here Wednesday by P. made a 20 minute speech paying," Kelly chor-sexl! 0<1" voters. Registered voters cent for High.

Five InjuredIn Moderate Definition Given T. NoUn executive director of dividing his time about equally Recognizing the Importanceof responding to the poll gave In the Congressional race
the four county unit. between attacks on The US. 301 to this area, Kelly Burns 35.6 per cent Kelly Matthews polled 83.2 in Alachua -

2-Cor The planning grant covers Florida) Times-Union and CJovcrnor }piomlsed. that if elected, he 3' .9 per cent and Robert hla home county to Fu-
a six-month, period and will Haydon Burns whom would have the highway four- King High 28.5 per cent. qua's 16.8. In Leon County
enable CUBB to employ the referred to as "Slick." laned from Baldwin to Callahan Prof. W. J. McCawley pre i- part of Fuqua's old district

Collision. School Integration RulesSchool necessary personnel to make Kelly waved a copy of Wed which Is the present bottleneck dent of the Institute reported Matthews received 48 per cent

I surveys! and write' u;r projectsto nesday's Times-Union with a lie saidRemarking that the survey among Negr to Fuqua's 52 per cent

Vive persons went Injured be Implemented: and administered Burns' campaign story on the that he didn't::! voters .showed a definite loss :Matthews was shown aa favored *

Sunday evening a two car Superintendent Tom schools of' 'a system after the "1. such percentages are an by the four-county front pa.oe.:; and said, that he "pet jeular like' either of hi among Negroes by High anda by a higher! percentage
collision on SR 100 near Key- Casey has received further students have made their administrative guide which group NoUn said In addition and candidate Robert King / ( Continued On Pace! Three! significant gain by Burns. A of the voters in the eastern

clone Heights. clarification: of federal suiellnes
Water M. Ennls. 73. of Keystone governing desegi egrat'on I of Negro children! chooseto districts requiring further icwew. director, a wcietary-: want ads." Kelly accused the than Fuqua received in $he

driver of the first oar of schools and faculties which 1 go to previously a'il.'; ", hlt; such review in turn w.l: bookkeeper and five aides. T-U of subjecting! him and western counties. r'
Involved was released from seem somewhat more moderate "ohools.: the choice system Is determine whether or not th-> Headquarters will be in the High to a "news blackout" and Results of the Institute's

Bradford County Hospital following than previously intrere-;: i clearly operating freely. If few eedcm; of choice plan Is in USO building in Starke. said he way wiring the paper) 1 survey Indicate. that all threeof

: treatment for a possible in a fact working fairly" One of the first projects for from Starke, calling on it to the State Cabinet officers

fracture of hit right arm. ted.The: Information came in a i community where there has In commenting on the AprIl consideration: will be the proposed I. Live I all candidates fair treat who have opposition will "be

The occupants of the sec- copy of a letter sent to memt t been a pattern of segregation! 9 letter, Caoy sold ", H ap- Head Start (kindergarten : ment. re-elected.
ond car driven ,by James C. for Bradford Kelly said most of the Incumbent Treasurer Brow-
beirs of Congress and Governors t then it Is appropriate that the I cars to Rive local( school peo- program
Campbell, 43, of Middleburg', of each state by the Department :: j nee choice plan be reveiwed" p.e mo'e freedom: in utilizing!: County ami Nolin said a joint stitte's mnjor dailies had as- ard Williams now has 64. percent
were also treated at Bradford of Health. Educai i end other factors consideredto their local responsibilities, in meeting will be held! in the 'l ljned! : reporters to acrompflnv!! of the vote as compared

County Hospital for injuries tion and Welfare. The letter I determln whether the system developing good school USO at 7'30 p. m. Monday him on the campaign trail 61 per cent in the Institute's
received in the mishap. said that inquiries lecelved by t Is operating freely: "" well a system attended by directors of CUED .-x-ept( the Tlmp -Unjol1. 'I d last poll. Challenger Bob Har
as as
Campbell was treated for HEW from school officials "re- and directors!. of the Bradford! they've so hard up they can' ris, A Duval County commissioner
The guidelines !issued:! earlier the law of the land.
facial lacerations and injuriesto Economic to ford I'll offer ti from Jacksonville has
fleit:: a misunderstanding": of j called for the transfer of I County Agency a man.
his knees and right elbow; the and intent o: th" Casey alj: that about half reach certain decisions on this share! his expenses" Kelly de i- Incredsed from 24.5 to 26 percent
purpose from 12 to 15 of Ne- t4
per j:( cent of the 3,500 registration forms
40 and his
his wife. Mary issued lat ')1 ojpct. dared.Tuinlnn. and Ray Gann, St. Petersburg
daughter. Beck 19, and revised guidelines aio; I students! to preUou'-ly mailed recently to parents t.Burns' ( insurance executive
n.onth. CUBB stands for CHv Union his attention/ ( 4 .
Cheryl 18. received treatmentfor According to the letter from ,white schools, or about trip'ethe hove been! returned to his office Baker and Bradford and: admlntstiatton.: KP''!> 1 ; has dropped from 14 5 percent

facial abrasions and con- HEW"The guidelines do not number transferring; last The deadline for return- each county has its own In- accused the Governor of favo"mll T'r to 10 per cent in the.latest -

tusions. All were later released. come: have assumed, requirethe j jas tall.In inn the forms!! Is April 22, and rlvldual! agency functlonlnn his friends. In state purchases n poll. _
commenting further on all parents are asked to com- The Institute predicted that
of the
ind the overall the
instantaneous desegregation : !r four-county at exeive
fie percentages, HEW sai.s p'v' before that date. Comptroller Fred O. Dickinson -
The mishap occurred at 7:30: of the faculty in every orsnnl/ntlon I tf'ICPAvt"rq "Trip. State of t
p.m. Sunday about fourtenthsof school building in every district k'I and Attorney General Earl
Faircloth. will be re-elected
a mile west of Keystone.
According the nIP accident means.Nor do They they provide prescribe consider-rigid For Keystone Heights : I I by landslides with both receiving -

report Ennls. driving a approximately 80 percent
to how a
1960 Ford pulled in front of able flexibility as Softball Season : of the vote In the Insti
faculty Mayor Opens
Campbell's car while attempting district might undertake I tutee poll.McCawley.
to make a left turn off desegregation. What the 3-2 Vote Kills New Planhomeowners ] said that the'' Institute -
the highway onto,the parking guideline require Is a reason- Garbage Muynr: KmiJ.il< Clillty deauacstrates, a Ihr."IIIr..rlll. / that is conducting its survey -

lot of the Lazy Susan Restau able beginning be made and surely ritnN tlmt of President. l.>.mli.>n .Inliiitou/ .. or Ills "nub- in every county. Results

that reasonable progress! be HtltutlcePresldent. llnlie-rl" Humphrey. .IIH 'lie tosHet. .out the from 31 counties are cr/.iplete
rant. By a 3-2 vote the I Keystone called for a private concernto 2.35 per month | burden and that around 23
Investigating FHP Trooper achieved beyond" Council killed a propose i gar pick up the garbage of city I for collecting their garbngo homeowners. were pnying such llrst softball. tie open the. IJlifl! ;Men' .slow|pll"'l( :Si.ftlmll Lea and are tabulated in the'latest -
achieved last
E. L. Jones said Campbell year. of concen.according : bage collection plan at Its residents on a trial contract I two days each week For collecting n small amount that it made gu.IUIIIIIIY. ; night. report.

driving a 1962 Chevrolet attempted The second to' area HEW, Involvesthe regular meeting Tues iiy n'ght.'! I basis.. ,I on a three day per lllll difference.LnHno Haniitoii'H| Itoniilil< <1 \\111.rilth'.. It tliek halter'' nnd Kil :MOHley The surveys -were conductedby
The plan a. presented by Inline mild the garbage would' said! the 32 students from the Unl.t -
to avoid the collision percentage requirements ofNl'g1"o week basis the charge propolle(1contrul.t IH. 1.oJ1'Py'' ,rutrln. Kecreutimi" Ilirector" (;rue Kujbiirnnatclie
and skidded some 36 feet be .Councilman Oeorce LaRue, company would charge city be $2.65 per month. plan would equalizethe t Continued On Page
students transferring! the cereuuolea.i.nptry ..
fore Impact. The collision : LaFtue explained that the cost of garbage! collection *
white schools next 111111'h./ .. I eelIlnptlst
previously ,. '
the 17-7 fiver Iliimptlim >
knocked Ennis' car some 12 I monthly cost would be. subsidized among all of the city's rcnlilents. won opener'

feet down the roadway. fall."Some have contended;" the by the city. 1 Kach home He nskeil, the coiinrll to ('Imrrli'' romped' o\er l-'lu. IVtl C'linlrol' 2' -1.' i Tag DeadlineIs

Ennis was charged with owner, he said would l pay on- try out tho contract collection
said, "that this portionof
failure to yield the right of the guidelines imposes a I w ly $123 per month. for the |>l'in on a nix: months Extended
way. e service. The city would pay UUI: tj.ml.i. RoomsTlospilal
formula of 'racial balance: Y In Assigning
between the for the proposalwcie
the difference Voting
This contention misconceivesthe homeowner's fee of $1.25 and Lullue and 1 Huntley Hedfenin Until May 20

purpose of the percent- the $2.35 or $2.8.1 charge.In Sr. Voting against were To COin ply Fully
I ages. presenting the contract Cuuncilmen Kuy VVutklns. | Oov. Haydon Burns has

THE KING I "The prevailing methol of plan LaRue said that the Walt Thomas. and C. 11. (Honolioe. grunted Florid motorists a20say

fe-'egregatlon;/ is what Is cal'ed present .system of garbage ActAt :! extension on the dead
AND HIS COURT I the 'free choice' plan HEW collection was routing the city In other action the council: With :1961 I Civil Rights line to purchase automobile

stated "Un<'er such a plan. taxpayers more than $8,000 Approved!
ExhibitionSoftball students select their !schools a year. Keystone's garbage l Is of J Keystone: attorney Its meetlnu hei"" Monday( ', I Inhclt. fare that "assignment of patients Tax Collector J. H

Instead.. of being assigned ta: currently picked up by two Fremont Tollux all City Jiult, ,'"' the Board. of Trusteesof I to their vailoui: rooms Kelly due to the extension

them on a geographic! ba ls. city employees and 1 hauled to upon Itqultl'lt of Mayor: Al Bradford County\ Hospital I arid bids has not I heretofore! says his office will not be up-"n!

Game Courts have expressly condit- the local dump In a cityowned Nelson voted to bilri7 the )hxxjltul: : I been( In compliance with their this Saturday. April 16. 1/.i

ioned their approval of such truck. 1>iHCII!
SUNDAY, APK. 17 plans on affirmative action by LaRue told the council and of paying the City Jmlge a Title VI of the Civil! RUht; < '' He said the srecirio gul.lellne : new deadline- U May 20.
school boards to insure that around 15 city residents present which would regular salary .,
2:00: P.M. Act of 1901.! u.s interpict ] referred to was one re- Oov Burns announced the
'free choice' actually exists. It Library Week ProclaimedSeated at the meeting that the replace the fee system. of payment from guidelines (for compliance j extension at Cabinet meet-!
II all a
BUS Baseball Diamond is our' responsibility! to review I contract plan would cost the currently provided by I (quh( taw TuesdayHe
In Tallahassee
I I cuchj>lans to Insure that the with Mayor Chittyas providing better library services city about $4,000 to subsidize the city charter.Discussed i iAecoidliiK b* assigned: to all rooms Ira
choice Is. In fact free and to I he signs proclamation set in Starke and B;ad tori I cutting the current cost In the
Indicate to school districts tiny aside April; 17-23 as Na- County. Mrs. Houpt stated: half. He added that the city and high water situation around room assignment! of patients I buildings without regard trace : suffered by Floridahard some
I will not be made according to of central
what procedures! should be tional Library Week In Starke. that the objective of Library could not do an adequate job Luke' Geneva, Specking color or national origin.In I last.
classification by race and patients hit by tornadoes>
This Space Contributed used to assure true freedom of : arc! Mrs. Calvin Houpt. president Wek Is to remind the AmerIcan with the present Inadequate from the- floor. Former Coun- communities with nonwhite -
Weekly to Publicize choice of the Starke Woman' people; that reading can equipment.The cilman Bill Beam called the will not be a.skel: their | population this resultsin week
I preference: In room assignment i Fred Dicken-
I "In seeking appropriate: criteria Club and Mrs. A. R. Norman, I help them to satisfy thetr need councilman also pointed council's, attention to the danger J : bIracial occupancy of a Comptroller
Events by other than a preference wards advised him the extension -
Community to guide:! us In review of chairman of the Bradford,: for a greater sense of purpose out that the present system of pollution which he I multi-bed rooms and eon has
free choice plans we have I /and meaning in their lives.It I U tax supported on an. said existed In the high water for private or multi-bed room. Patients are not asked If theyRrt' would not cause any
criteria County Library Board. Is of basis He said some Hospital administrator R. E willing or desire to sharea problems in state finances.
The CommunityState I adopted the objective hoped that }people unequal urens.
I applied by the courts In similar I The Woman's Club has ben | this area will make the best 110 residents were paying Instructed. l city attorney. Edmondson told staff members room with a person of an Burns said Other tax source

Bank situations. One such crl-I I closely associated with the possible use of library facilities only a mall amount of ad Berwick Anderson to look Into I that word had been received other race. Transfer of patients I will allow the state to meet

tenon i Is the distribution of County Commissioners City I I provided by the city and valorem tax; that some 116 the cost of replacing orl I from the Department of Is not used a5 a device current needs the governor

a. Ij j I students by race In the various: ;, Council and Library Board in county. were carrying/ most of the tax (IContlnued On Pave Three I Health Education and Wei-! Continued( On: Page Three! sold.r .



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,I Ml H Shirley Riffle of Ports- '! :Mr. and Mis." R. K. :Me\Han- Mr. and Mrs II. C. Wimberly Mr. and Mrs L. C. Adams I John and Margaret Butler! good hcic.1 but size !Is declln-rain I I TilE RIGHT POINT for -,
\ loud II t
I mouth. Va. spent the weekend!, lei of WcsU'hester. Pu. were of Eagle Lake were week- visited friends and relatives In Rltch. Ina.: Parrlsh said a ; .
writ e C'onin
I Col. and :Mrs.J. Nelson Beach the weekend In th; cool weather Is needed to way you In m,
ulth Mr. and Mrs Bill Ora- recent guests of cud xuesU of Mrs. Daytona over He was engaged:: and
1 MI's.1 Starke for the season heie Louisiana .select your/ favorib Ksirj:
ham family They visited A. GrlfHnMrs. \ Green and family. bonking business In prolong( }
M. B. Lea veil in Jacksonville A. U YOIIRUO of Ha-l- Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wood- Mis. Minnie Wcatherabee of many years and was later and California are reported BROOK fountain l i.en.. TELIGIMPII.
'Sunday evening. \ lick Is visiting Mr. and. :Mrs. burn flew to Fort Myers to Po.npano:: Beach was visiting employed with the Intern.il to be shlp.iing: In hi avy .

GLADYS MOOTY I Beryl Casey of Baltimore: j ,1. G. Caldwell for two weeks. spend the weekend with I Mrs. T. D. Dyal the first of Revenue Department. He wasa volume.

Phone 964-0651 M.I. spent the weekendwith'! Mr. and Mrs.' X. M. Smith friends. the week. member of the First!' Meth-

I his parents, Mr. nnd Mis.': T and l family were in Bellevlewon John Godwin Is. In the Unl- I H. M. Strickland and odist Church of Starke.

L. Casey, and hililtc and I SlInI,1to, n t tend the 50th veislty Medical Center for daughters. Sally and Peggy Surviving! are three dausli-1, Experienced -:- Capable -:- Impartial
lira Betty May and SI: 1anl: :Mr. J. D. Odom children.Mr. I wediliiiK annlveisary" or Mr. \ treatment. and Janet Prince of Miami tens Mrs Harriet Richard and '

l LeI" Melody of St. GCOI-.IO.' S.I\ Jr. were in Athens. Ga. over and :\\11'". R. B. FJiwIn, Smith's l'oll"ln.(1': ( Rnd11.: :\\.fl.. and:! Mrs. Robert Voor- spent the weekend at Strlck- Mrs Dorothy Johns! bath. of i I .
C'. spent the weekend: the \vtrkenrt on business. Bryan Jr. and, :hits.V.. B. II Clifford! Smith. hoes of Jupiter were weekend: | .and's Lanclii-u: Starke; and Mis.:\ Bloke Dur- 'It --- Re-Elect
illnd Mrs Robert DIII'ks-1 Mr and:! Mrs' B. F. MI ell Jr ll<'kxon spent| the Easter hol- :Mike Smith spent the long: I guests of Mr. and Mis.: F. W. Mr. and Mis. Comer Perry- ;en of Jacksonville BE'a1I, ,

dalr ,ml inmlly 'IRlled11': and hla.In. eenwonil and l attended weekend, with hiM grandpa GraudoiiOcialdlne. man of Jacksonville were one son. J. Hamilton Rltch Jr
:Mr. and Mrs Ch+u'les Bla-I :Alta Mizell Sr. In Gainesville the christening of Cyn- enta.L!J'1'11'< Ul.... Jerry Uol- I Gay ant FiCLinan visiting Judjie and Mrs. E. K. I 01 Johnson; one brother H"i L:1: Jessie R. ChastainYour

lock and family attended the >: on Sunday. thin Ulnnno Hewett daughter den In :Miami. had Register Jr. of Athens College.Athens. Perryman over the weekend.Col. best C Bitch of Starke-: ant! I II
Easter parade in St. Au ufitln Mr. and Mrs David Monlr.onnuy of :Mr. and. Mrw.: Charles I Mis. Glall.vlIVl'ltlun Ala., are home for ten and Mrs. H. M. HatcherJr I three sisters, Mrs Onle Walt in J.
oil' Sunday. : and family were lii Allen Kuweit, l of Chattahoochce her children 1 lame for the I days spring vacation. I I'I and family and Frankle of Pompano Beach: Mrs Ida. : r.
Mr and Ml* Robert Brnblv \ Lake: City on Sunday vlsltlmilull : K.i: ..ter weeken I ,Including. :Ml. Mrs. Gustle Ford! of Lake- I I tardy were In Atlanta. Ga. Dekle Fort Myers, and Mr II' "' County Commissioner

:t'l o' O.ilnesvlllc were vlsitIIIR pnicuts. lire oldh's. :Mm. llorheit flitter' of find Mrs: Sieve \" <:'Idoll..f 'I ''nnd Is visiting Mr. and Mrs over the weekend visiting Mrs EVa Whitten of St. Augustine::: I
their on and family. Rev. E. F. Montgomery! Sr. and Mr Hh i om lldd. h..h mid \[u. and I :Macclennyh': and Mrs; Bill Mr. I Alvin Fair this week. Sarah Barton. Also; surviving are 11 grand DISTRICT NO. I

"ad Mrs J. R. Brnbhnm. on nod I Mrs. II. L. Tolbcit.Mr. Mrs Charles Bowden of West Weldon .of (Luke City David: T.-ozell of ;Mayportwas Bill Green of the University children! and 21 uieat-Rrand- County-at-Large
Sunday. and Mrs. Paul Hulchina Orange N. J. ore visiting their, and :\\1..... J. It.'cllon and a weekend guest of Mr.and of South Carolina and Miss childrenFuneral I

Mr and MPuul Hawkim: nnd Inmlly spent the weekend mother :Mrs. Janet Bowden. Miss :Mull\ the WcMim of Jacksonville Mrs Heibeit Thomas. Mr.Tiozell Dianne Vlgillone\ of Bing- I faithfully and impartially
and, :Mr.\ and :Mrs. I services were held I have served you II-
And family of Jacksonville and In \Voo<.lblne. Oa victim Mr.: for two weeksl I and Kathleen Thomas hampton N. Y were weekend
Jane" 'i! for 17
Charles'' P.itrUk/ ofVeMt at 11 a. m. Tuesday In I Commissioner District) j'ear',
Wako: I l and Mrs. M. J. Pickering .' In of and Mrs. LPX County ,
!Mrs Mae Hawlcini of and Mrs James Bruce attended the Easter parR e I I'"uests Mr. with Rev- I your
Memorial Chapel Commissioner the I Iat Huard
Florida.Mr. on
guests of Jack McCuinhsiiul and daughter of Sanford Sunday. Green. I the only full time
tfer! Sunday dinner Mi: and Mrs. 1 I Rowland St Augustine on oi am '
Brabham pastoi
and Mix. John R.
Mt and Mrs Titus Olson. :Mrs. Sallie: Bellamy attend spent the weekend with ilr.and / :Mr. and: Mrs. R. E. Firth: Mrs. Marguerite Corn of Church I present.
and -
Apnichlcoln Methodist
Tallahassee the First
C\ay\ OiUioolv nuclei wet a a faintly reunion at I' Mrs. L. N. Plikej-lnR. were In to I flew to Crystal River SaturdayI Lakeland Is the Kue-'t of Mist< II''he
tonsllectomv Tucsdny( in St Inverness( over the weekend. i Mr. and Mrs. Glen (Oan."ttwill |: from Wednemlay. I and also visited Miss Diane Mad KB Mlddeton': this week. officiating; Interment was I am seeking re-election on my 17 year record
I 1 visiting! relatives.Pvt. i family pot: In Crus''YI) !
Sunday \ t the
to Bushncll Frldnywhl'l'e I understand problem
Vincent's Hospital\ They'! were Joined by other move of i Flu' Ill In St. Petersburg on Mrs. E. C. Morris and Mls under dli 't- which speaks! for itself.; ) *
Douglas Seymour Lake Cemetery I
Mr. Garrett is being !
J' Mi'1' and :Mrs R. 1... Spenkler me-nbcrs: of their! family. :Mr.. transferred 1 by I the Florida fo.t. Bennlnx.( Ga. Is home on Sunday.Mr. Sue Morris were visiting/ relatives tlon of DeWitt C. J.mes Funeral of county government and how it functions. ,
of St. Augustine! were Sunday I mil): Mi's. John Qieer olBiad- and Mrs Ross Hanna: In Pompano Beach over .
Prison to the Sumter leave before leporlln- TortKnox. I Home. always to ;
State cart
e cnimi'r MiM'hl** or10.lor[ : and I 'iil-in and Mr. and :Mi., J. R. of Eldon. Iowa: spent the first the weekend.Mr I make the same promises as : >
hint. V. J. Speruilet.ICareu Weldon of J.wksOIlIIe.. County Institution Ky. on April 22. ,f the week with Mr and Mrs. and Mrs R. J. Andrews out the duties as your County' Commissioner:: capably
Col. and Mrs." Hubert Clarkof Sales Near
HiirliiRtonspent :
and Bill Biooktna of Mr and Mrs. C. L, Cooperrre Mrs. Gladys I. Gall Mathews and family of Jacksonvillewere Berry and impartially.
Siiinxot.i, / were SntimLiy afternoon weekend with t.I'IInd I
C Beaufort S C. spent; last week In Cross City SnlurdiyvIslMnff t guests of11': and MrsW. the HaiTlmjton In I Mr. and Mrs Charles Fran- Sunday visitors of Mr. $250,000 Mark
f ith their uv.ckand aunt. Mr. Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest\ Mrs Billy p'I'| ; and daughter! Beth were and Mrs. R.. O. Dansby
H. Nollman. Col. Cl.iihnml
a and MrKi Curtis Edwards! and L'jiJ Mi:\ Noll man were, ,'111"I ..- Jacksonville.Pvt. vlsltlnot! his pnrents. Mr. and. I Continued from Page One I Your Vote and Support Will Be
n-ltVi: their man'pnrents.:: Mr. MU: Claiinell Cooper) nirlHIIo Lamar Williams ol Mrs Erne Francis, In Wocd-:! '
and Mrs. Brook.hu. In ilnmpton. (: .! i I Btanhnm vl"tl'd011'! : I mates lit West !Point. Camp Gordon. Ga. was home bury. Tenn over the weekendMr. Services Held $:"DO to $3.20: and fair, rl'm' Appreciated On May 3rd.

: 'in'l :Mrs Thomas Corm In Local' arlnnttnncei to Bradford for the weekend. and :Mrs. Franklin Rltcl- 260 to $2.70.Tuesday's .

Al and Steve Yanccy of De- (fjvi, !M Core SIM! 'ings! Sunday.M'.s :! County Mospit'il: this Jimmy Wiculns;! of Jacksonville of Tallahassee were visiting For J. H. RitchIn auction handled

<<,stUI'. Oa. were Sunday morn- : Janet Hardy of the week Charles, Include Smith.: Mrs\II'I'Goy. I Leach liowhluPreacott. was visiting his parents Mrs Hazel Ritch over the 5.199 flats at approximates i JESSIE I R. CHASTAINPil. I

a Ins Isltois of Mrs Emma l'iiii' < iit.v of Oe!>";da'a" Mrs. Dorothy Epperson Mr and Mrs. Orle Wiggins, veekend. Jones ChapelJames i he same price ranee Receipts

: Radinan and family while en- :v:>mf lor the( Easter weekend and .)n mes KiMie: Dynl, over thf'eekend.. Phillip Johns spent the for the two days totaled $36.3f.2. .- ( Pol Adv )

a s rout to DaytonA Beach. :M.U'k Williams and immd- I nil of :S' til rite; Mis.: Eleanor: :Mrs\ / C J. Houpt and Mrs./ J. weekend with his (rrandpar- Hamilton Rltch? Sr. : : .
Lynwood Peek of Fuiman dI'!i".rr.: Jinn Godwin spent Foisvthe of Luke Geneva W. Klnculd of the Starke eats' In Lake Butler and Debra n life-Ion" lesllent ot Bradford Quality of fruit remains I

University Is home this week Fi'Mav' and Sntnidny with :Mr. I' "Howard; Mann and l Mrs. All-o! I Woman's Club are attending( J-*+m was In Wlnt Park and County died Sunday:

for the spring holidays. end Mis' Charles "MrQuaitj! In Ellington! of Lake Butler; the Florida Fejerntlon, Wom Satellite Beach over the week- morning In a local hospital at

Air. and Mi>. R.ife Ah me? W.iyi'io'-s. Oa. | Mrs. :Mary Luke of Biookor.: an's Club convention in end wtth relatives.Ma the axe! of 86. LADIES A FREE GIFT FOR YOU

+ of Clark Stiei't, have mod to I Mr.,. Hi'old Godwin Miss :Mrs." Lnler Curler of M.ixville:, Clearwater Irons Monday to lor John Roberts Paulk Mr!, Rltch was born In

tli ii* Seymoui house on N. Wa- Hcttv Jane :Marian. :MrsCnavVs and l :Mis. :M.itthn Sue Thomas i Thursday and his mother. Mrs. JeffPaulk. Bradford County on :March 4 )How would you like to !receive a beautiful -

a. tar: Street. I Sii\\\oi', :Miss S.illy \ of I.iiwtvy.Mr. I Larry Davidson of Muiray[ ) I and daughter: of Ple--: 1880. His pnents were the lat stainless steel electric coffee

S Mrs: Clydi Sinclair chapeioned '- Sli-.fc.: Mr". Bobby: SliP!>. an:* nn.1tJII.: \\'. C. I lloyd !State: Unlvl'I'! maker valued at $ I L13!): and dinner for
a house party nt the Mrs. David Coats of the Jun- and. sons of St.. Petersbin/: guest t of :Mrs: Leslie Moroni1duilnx of Mr. and Mis. Dave Paulk. '.--
Slade Burst house on Klng&lcy irv Wbiniin'M: Club nttendeJ.lunlni I were Friday luncheon. guests the spring holiday this The Paulks also had in Sun- I THE BRADFORD: yourself and I three other couples -\1\ ,L:.;......

'S Lake over the weekend. En- .! Day at\ the FFWC con- I of :Mr.\ and :\11.... \"'. B Noll. week.Mr.. day supper' guests Mr. an;' I COUNTY TELEGRAPH absolutely free .
.t(' 'jl1lo1 the nffah were Evelyn pii'lon' in Clearwater( on : and Mis. DJII Pale: and! Mrs\ Ros\vi\ Paulk of Daytona I No-; jinnies: to write nor puzzles work. -

Sinclair.! Joyce Denmark. J' nPitch. I T.iesdny.; I man.Mr.: find 1 :\\11'". L. D. Vinlngwere /;\ yon D.mnli'. and Mr and Misi Beach.' Published every Thursdayat First I 10 coupons. received! will qualify. 1 :-

Donna Lu Patray Sandra E!:.!' Brown of Murray State In Dublin. On. VVcclnea- i Stevie Simmons! spent' the Mrs O. E. McGauley of Pa- 138 W. Call St.. Fill in the coupon and mail to Drawer !" .'
Hough Cindy Sink. Linda Un'vei./lty. Ky. Is home this I cl.iy: to Monday visiting :Mrs." I I weekend In Miami with: Mr. latka \vas vl.ltlln11':\ and Stirke. Fla. 32031: "A"DKAWEK

Oolcon and Sheryl Ward week rn Spring vacation Proctor Snow. and:! MI's'. Steve Simmons. Mrs. Charles Hardy last Tues E. L. :Matthews: editor and ,j,,

il'.ft! ., Winifred. Davie and i Miv>. M. F. Brown was hiMicrlPiiny :\I\ r. and l \Ir'". James Uig>r" Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Diuvtl'e day to Friday pubUaharSecoid !! I ;-:: :- I l :;'

: Cheryl Ann Cottle of Wood! I Sunday vlsUinui of :Muirny.\ Ky. me, viiiting I and family of Orange:; Park Mi and Mis.. L. O. Hazen "A"
.. bine. Oa. were weekend guests I I i Dr and Mr! :M.ucus''' Brown, I her, parentsG'. : and :Mrs.Henry !, were Sunday visitors of her were In Gainesville Sunday clans postage paidat (Bradford ('<0. TelegraphSlarke. '

Of Mr. and Mi.s Leonairi :i .iiirt<1 inmil>. StefHnelli from Sunday I nr"nts. M;: and Mrs. R. II.'G'I'er. aCtcl'I1o.m'IlttHC, :Mis G. A. Starke. Fla. I Fla.. :121111: !)1 I II yr)
Moore. I I'
S :Mi and :Mrs.' H R. Chlsin: to Thin'stlHy. Barber Subscription. Rates:

Mr. and Mrs! Oeorue 14\\\- < and(hi'dio.i were In St.. O'orliv William KiHin ot "'Ol.thl! ,' \... and Mrs; Brooks Paulk I Mfi. mills Green n1 children In trade area:: $3.50 per I Name -- ,

eon and daughters of Old I 1 Oa Sunday \1Iol'nlnl1.lt! S.iniui'l; Cuiilv of :Stukf; :"'0I I I KC City, [an) :Mr and ;\11'. I am MisV.. O, Strlns- year: $200 nix months. Address
Hickory. Teiin. wee o Kittle ChKm Th.-, :Mi-' .li'-sic', Uvmli' I Inti'i-. !
FMda"vennig \ III; Mrs of H''lh' Bonn of Tallahassee[ I fellow \H I'e in Green Cove Outside. trade, area: $4 00pCI'
visitors of Mr. d I thc Jacksonville, Zoo inI t 1.cht'lhHV" been adniiUi.l. t, \ i.. ',
anLfra ti-'ted I \ ieFiid.t\\ u.enlnu\ isitors olMi ni'n"s" Mousse! vlsltliv Mis year: $225' six\ months. CitvBadcockb '
,:( David -NClI1t.tomeoy! I the afternoon. the Slurke Nursing" Home : and Mrs Dave Poullv. Homer Brown. I - -

> C n (, AS YOt KEEP; COMING; (

FURNITURE and APPLIANCES Enjov I/IP/ Creul; Outdoors: '

('a a U "" \\I i ,II I Delu.eAluminum'l,' !:/ 0.,0.,0.,0".1. l

,f'h\;. t I I I PATIO I LS. :

e '
-"'mss ',- I leisure Living '
EVERY DEPARTMENT "A GARDEN OF BARGAINS" LJ l" s'I I Wtathtr Resisting Natural Varnnh
F <
: 'Finish hat
Colorful and
;. FANTASTIC VALUES ALUMINUM '_'I-: / l I Comfortable Sa andla.k.
G : f ,
: SENSATIONAL I SAVINGS ( 11 ) j 1 j jfl $1 $888

dcock has don it again our buyers havar '''Pt : f J.J + ? DOWN

.. .. Our full CARLOAD and TRUCKLOAD purchaiat .arnu hId.l1.t wn
major discounts to w. can continu. to bring you 1 Colon: Ideal I Croup For
'I r"
S 91
: THE 8EJT VALUES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. ;! .arr.. .OREE""; ; .....
il' > .. .. ( ra a YELLOW 3 PIECE GROUP SUN PORCH
I' e p_ .__:: r.,,, t I, PUMPKIN Folding Chair loungtr PATIO ROCKER rA.."

r -.7 2 folding Chain SUN ROOM Aluminum '
",:---.r: PATIO Tubular from
2O INCH $ 8 a POOL Nylon Webbing k-

"' Fan Mobile2SPEED 2 48 '
-_ ..,. $1 $ :J.-JI: vof
.. -.- olnr' t
T -
.. 180" TILT ADJ. 1 }_. .-+::: DOWN


J /' h,lea far ... j FOLDING .
I vi Mar w D." < < j STACK
a .. .. .. '1" CHAIR
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1 rollmf p
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X2695 +f tY-a LOUNGE
/or ]
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:: ....._'-. $498,
_. $2.SO DOWN .fu.", I. ::::
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:: 2 Inch Stock
:, {alilaniaRedwa d SUMMER $
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01" ,/ : ?\ \ SPECIAL Alwanw anu Ere'c n.,oriel
3 Piece ,; t ;
\ *"S Mate yout lummcr .
;: -J I th* moil aniavobla
:: Metal Glider Group y
., lied.
rerf.ct for Porch, Polio.. Sun Room / ) _
a'' INCIUOES 8 \. o t 1 .
.... $ 8. .../- 1' S2 Dart \ i r 4 fl h ass
: > 2 Pattngr Glider' 3 2 '\ / DOWN t ", u fr11s "

:. .,"-. Matching M. al Rock* 'I -.... \ Includes: $ 8$ t a_ +!

:: -.c a Matching_ Mtal Chair '" ;;: 7 ptEi END e 6 H Table 3 PIECE t + J
.' $3 DOWN a J-6 H I.nch.i f
: COltMS: Groan a A.d. Yllaw/ Whit TVim 2 Ind B.iuh.i i' r5 r
: $1.25 A WEEK BuntingBall
Mii w/Who in
24 InchBARBQUE rv ,,

= All Merchandise, ,..- 22" Rotary POWER MOWER Glide Glider Set II 1 .r _

.' twr.d. lit Ills Cotal..".
GRILL h.aa.r ... St..1 I with Aluminum l flam.
:: .vailabla, at W.f .....- N a' ..I w-.n, Smooth tall Olid Arti.n
With Satin
?e- ,,,,,,
N SPIT andH001 B each Carp, Mulberry"c'' -'n? --a,,., ,Nnd.en.Wha.hellPaH.rn. $ 9 5 if 1 _
:: war'cars' '" 5 9 ,
1" fa./gr/ Pl.nd. I"'a in.I CROUP INCLUDES
.. : :
.. the e..l I J MOST ITEMS AVAILABU S$" 3 Pa *ngr Glider SUN UMIREUA ootu $2 995
: Oirwiw PLed' End I Sturdy Matching Chair TIN Action, Floral Patlatn

:e, SwrIrt.....N .we, l I.f + \ AT ANY 995 lautif Matching Rocker ONLY $1..JO A WEEK 3 Down Delivers UMBRELLA TAIIE $ 1 O88

Dcuicocfe j.$6 DOWN eaauldulPerc.lanhnith I *.?

? 14 n e. anSpaclnl $lM A w..e Galore I All Over I
S a',' :;,: Ord.r I Bargains Our Second Fl oor-Come See


I IL'S:! *.*\ f1 t WAI.NtTT: ST. W. N. ( Jill f ) 1'AI'N.OWNER'

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Little Have Women ProgramOn I ?Wp1 Mrs.Hostess Terwillegar To UDCThe Ke)"SIO11C I'Garbage- Plan Dumped- B

Holy Land VV. T. Weeks chapter. (Continued From Page One I Deferred action on a $350 trips on city business.!

I t'DC, met at the home Miscivile I i air conditioning system for Agreed to purchase a
:\11 b. S. L. Peck Ji showed', of moving/ I I'I'!' rIll' Tt'l'willl'jIII'Vertnea.JIIY hull tf the Ko\;: .(one \\/1101'/ j jworks I
.MUtcs!! and !cave: u < n : ?: I < funds cure available. ; court in the city" park.
GLADYS d tornA i ft.-moon of lust week withAL
In the urea of
!U.ily! Lund at the Lit Jo! W >mm's NiRhlenj j I Approved a motion granting Noted that the countyhas
Phone ?B 1-0651 Club rnc-LUl'.I: : <...da ,, Ruby Johns, :Mm. J.'well\\' gulp HI; I''cot. Coal of the pier authorization to Hudson I I agreed to construct a new
K. belts! and ':\11''', W. II. Noll- sect war \tentatively e-Uiniatecl :
nip ht. paper rompnny .o improve softball field and Improve the
Bridge Party Given I I Beta Sigma Phi Marian Green pi I ,''.i idi; d al n.m: us. K.:cohostesses.Mrs. I\:. Perr.vm.in. presided I I al nround 1 $2,000 '{ the stand of timber on the alr- City's park facilities.

the business m'-etu': I;) ,\I n, I MiII. t I I Acknowledged 1 receipt or' poi t property" by cleaning out -Decided to investigate
< over the. and Mrs.
For Mrs. CornMiss Holds Pledge Ritual G. Bolllnuer "';tH' i lie. de : L a Powell meeting antI :Mrs. Noll- a lot tar from the .I-irkaonvllle' the old timber so now trees the possibility of providing
vottonal.! Plan> f'-r i di.:, DI film of Reynolds Smith and can glOW recreational projects such as
Madge Mlldleton entertained The Holiday Inn was the May 6 at the club liou.v 'redl"Lusscd. :man\1<'11101'1,1 outlined plans for the Hills, consulting goiirr.it engineers Approved the purchase of I I checker benches and shuffle

at a biicgo::: party Wei-: se.ttlngfonday: evening for Theeui n LIt v vWjnen :.II. at 4: Day scrvli-e April rcg.udlMK completion. four loads of shell for use on j boards for elderly residents.
at LakeCometcry.
nesday honoring: her houseguest the Beta Sigma Phi Pledge : will serve .it the MaBieakfast ,pm. Crosby of a $!>00 engineering suivcy the city streets at $DO per -Approved the Installation

Mrs Marguerite COI'n.ot Ritual and dinner. and t tIe! Junlo 1'i :Mis J. Eo"l1son., chairman) made on the city's water system load. I of a street light on West Lake-
Lakeland.The The ritual table was centered Club's IiitcrnnUon+,'I T'-u' of the Educational / /at the request of the l previous -- Discussed 11\ drainage problem view Road at the, Intersectionof
two tables of brld-e with an arrangement! of mbei.s ail V Committeepresented council. The engineering 1 It the nl'l..Iaround the State Road 21.
Incoming new m
: the
Included members of tit yellow roses flanked by yellow 4 chapter with a Heft will be asked to present
!: the I Keystone High School: and -Approved for payment a
be Invited to May mftinu I check for $500 from Mrs L, A. I
Wednesday morning bridge and, black burning tapers which will be an Installation Davis to be added Its report at tho next regular suggested tint the drainage bill for $SA; submitted by the
club. Mrs. Corn won hljh prize carrying: out the sorority colors of off hers. :Stab Treasurer Bruwuril \\illlanis, I.. greeted. l by !group. Scholarship Fund. The to the meeting of the council. I dItch In the area be lowered' city attorney for legal services
and the guest prize, and Mrs. of gold and black. The nomlnnttnlcommlltt'p.,; here cdiK'sdny, !Standing:, from lefts IIr.: '. Da, *Id ('o..t.(1': ( '''. voted unanimously to Heard :Mayor Nelson report in an I attempt to alleviate the rendered during the first three
O. L. Haynes Sv. won bingo The candlelight Pledge nit- '. that im inventory midefnlltmInK : problem. I months of this year
consisting of the! senior mem- 411"; KopP10u'sOS.| | \11''. 1. ( lIwy..r. :\Ir. .Inlin A. Tonidi name the scholarship The Lee
ual was rend by Mrs.: Connie the resignation, last Heard I-aRue recommend Approved payment of $300
Arrangements of sweet peas bers, presented the new .late Pouring coffee I.. :\11''. K. I.. :\Iaflh.w'. Perryman Davis UI;.U Loan
iris and roses were used in the Clark. Candidates were announced mouth of Police Chief Casper creating a special fund In the for chairs/ provided by the
of officers: for the coming\ Scholarship Fund. C. M. Clark, I
party rooms. by their sponsorsand I Urune, revealed several itemsto nex': budget to cover maintenance Woman's Club.Approved .
year; preM-'pnt. Jayne IFarriy! : Open House Held At Sawyer Home principal of BHS. was present .
ushered In by Mrs ItobertDark.sdnle. be missing or icruiinted' costs on new paved < a request from

Altar Society ,vice-pre. corresponding"'Ident, Marilyn RecI.'tary.LeI' Bolltnisei -. For State Treasurer Broward Williams formulating and aided credentials the chapter for the In for Dodges"/ ticket books. ands i toads in the city limits I IDc the Woman's Club to talc*

The new members Mrs. :Marion HchnlarKhlp.Mr Juvenile records, were unions; flied\ n request madenv Azalea Park across the
Has Social Event dottle. Miss' Judy Ku: log- Darby: recording secietar.v. Stale Treasurer :nrowardWiDlam.s. the refreshment table was [ Ihe Items mentioned l by th" LaKiic that city\ employee street from! St. Anne's Episcopal -
Sharon:: Koe ton. Mis.V.. II. Johns and, who I is conducting n centered with an aiTHnccmcnt;; "The Rose of : mayor." I Andy "I'lek, be "I'"vllietl'ith Church, as their beautification -
St. Edward's Altar Society :Mrs HIlI'0111VlIIll1ms., were Oorrl Mooty; historian campaign sweep of North of pink carnations in a silver Is an interesting Mississippi"which traiispi" ,notion while making project for next year.
and>:! church member! gave a Gloria Oibscri Fnrlda in his bid for re-elec- L Matthews storyof support I I
presented with their pledge : compote. Mrs E. Varlna. !Uiivis. wife of Jefferson present practice of ,
social last Thursday night at pins. After the meeting the members llon. was honored Wednesday poured coffee during the receiving Davis. based on the previous year's I'
the parish hall honoring the nnd Bi'.estsere! invited .
ultrrnoon: when Mr. and Mrs. hours. After the business llguies.As .
Holy First Com:'tunlon Class Into the sunioom where refreshments i J. C held l house meetinga
Memorial Service Sawyer open Punch was served In th" delightful social: hour wasenjoyed. Kelly stepped from liK
and for Father Thomas were served by Best QualifiedFor
P. fiom 2 until 3 o'clock.
Florida room by Mrs. John A The hostesses were helicopter he was Krceli l" t b\ ,
Kelly, who left Tuesday for Cheryl MrUie and GonlMooty.
Memorial I)"v .scrvircs' under The Sawyer home was at- Twode. Iris and greenery .suriQuniert assisted. In solving by Anne his county ciimral ihal.ninn. ;-
hli Tip! refreshment table
new at
parish Lake
Wales. tJ'lIcl1vl'l.elel'ol'lltecl. for this
the mispic ofV., T. the punch bowl. TerwIlleR.ir.
Dr. Wayne Whiffen.John :
During the evening Father Weeks chapter, UDC". will beheld urns ("',vel''d with a white! linen occasion with arrangements of Assisting Mr. and Mrs Sawyer The Terwillejr.ir home was A. T I'ode. J'ili.in ::1.1.-

Kelistvuas presented with a I Sunday, April! 21, 111! 4 and eutwoik cloth and 1 centered carnations, clirj'snnthemuma, In entertaining their lovely with arrangements/ of Rne. and other menibws! \ of House .of.. Representatives
parting/ gift and refreshmentswere in the ( by a lavender flower\ ftriaivemient. and Iris,
p.m. Oosliv Lake ceni- riiesta were Mrs. Gus Kope- red and white azaleas in brass the local committee: and( sup-
' enjoyed. elei v Ph'" -,' hunt Jlti'A> fit.. : J.f, The coffee table In the llv- ''ou"os. Mr, David Coats. Mrs: containers and green potted 1 piv.teis: ,
I Inn/ room hold a pyramid arrangement Randal Chitty M-s Drew plants /ut points of intercut.

TRYTASTEE McManus Home of yellow and:! white Reddlohll's: B, F. Mlzell. Poll Says r f "rlll'tl'lnjtturn.y

Scene Of mums, centered with' white Jr., Mrs. Meed Lewis and thehostess' I : : Thorough knowledge of legislative
Party would also Johns Leads .....
I iris. The Florida room wns mother Mrs. T. H be affected If the tJ'It .. .. .
: ADand MMss. Bert >lentt'l'lalnl'd highlighted! with an arrangement Slade.ApjTi'Oxlmately. hop ital failed<::t to comply Ed-:: r- p prlxessP's

CHICIEN at a cettocetherMonday of bronze and yellow 250 guests mondson said. I Continued! t 1 from Page One1 __ 1 Independent.' JWy. petJaI: iaterewt,

CRISP I night at their home mums and white Iris. wore Invited to meet Mr. Wllll.ims. "If our hospital Is to continue vei'Hitv of Kloriili 1, Klurid.i. group or Industry
Coffer and cake were serv- to operate for the benefit :State; t1niv," lIy. Dude:. .Iiiniui -.
on S Monroe Street for sev- Graduate of I'nUrrslty of Florid.
of the public it has College, and.I Central Florida
ed In the dining room where no
i :al former employees of with degree In Law and Agriculture
choice but to comply with Junior College.
PRESSURE economies
FRIED HumpluP.VS' Gold COrp who
,these regulations," the administrator Only registered, Democraticvoters

Boxed Chicken TENDER I . ,. .ib'-ut vero employed 35 years. together for Story Hour Woman's Club said. were given printed ballots Fourth generation resident of his, house districtKxpcrlpncisl
Served with French I lie outlined the following to mink and. deposit in a
: In businesstcihP
DELICIOUS En,oylnst the affair cieMr To Meet 20 bnllot box at each of the pollIng
Fries Cole Slaw Hot . Story Hour will bo held< Apr. procedure for the hospital
and Mrs./ Ross Hanna of I points.KI, In t'Ulo affairs 1001 C'hulrman:
Thursday. April 21, at 3:30: p personnel admitting pa- : Cancer Drive,
Rolls El don. la, and Mi. and Mrs. m at the Starke-Bradford The April meeting of the tients: Assign the type accom- Rotarian C'liuinber of I'ommerce Board of Director, .

Cula Goran. Mr. and:! Mrs Ver- County Public Library. Mrs Starke Woman's Club will be modation requested, if available ('.\ > <>!"' Til.XNKS: Allison: "Ii.e... Florida Bar American' Bare Annnclatlon '

1.10 Bucket Chicken non Nichols! :Mr and Mrs. Gn.s l Kopeloii.sos will be HtOl'yt held \\'e Luke Picki'vinu and Mr and toller. 3:30: p.m in the club house. condition demands and the con not ,adequately, expressour Aid & 'fenilers Association.. .

!> PCS. CHICKEN Mis Gail I Mathews of SI.uke'l' ) All children ages 6are! invited Annual reports of all vice- next available bed. deep and. .slnieie appearelation

Box Shrimp Ij Pt. Cole Slaw, Hot to attend Refreshmentswill presidents and committee "If the patient demands to all 'who expressedand EUGENE

Served with French )UolN. Fevds :t to .1 I be served.Presbyterian. chairmen will be Riven. that he not be placed. In a extended comforting sympathy SHAW
ITS AGRSSER Hostesses for the afternoonwill and help In our recent
Fries, Cole Slaw, Hot Hungry! People. bo Mrs" C. M Sehmitt room with a patient of another sorrow fr'oi the be.ntlifiil service F.
Youth color: his request will be
Rolls I chairman; Airs. M. I* Proctor. honored flor.id nffering.s and .ill

2.25 Guests Of Lake City I Mrs R. K. Pel'l'ymnn.11'14.: as far B.S possible other klnln., .' .-. We. ire deeply Bradford
The hospital clerk li forbiddento ( Clay & Union Counties)
1.25Tub hazel Riteh Mrs. T. Cj. Hitih. grateful to Di FVInH red
ask the patient If he I is willing -
:AT('Irihel's of the PrpKbylor- Mrs! N H. Rosier Mrs. Frn-+ 1)1. Andicw :\11. :M.i'"''. :Mi. -
(Pd. Pol. Adv.
or desires to share a room )
Ian Youth Fellowship\ were ?ier Shaw, :\h's.V. S. Slade Kinney;: Varnes and. family
Chicken Barrel Chicken] a.I guests of the Lake City Prenbvterlnn Mrs. Eohne Smith, Mrs. V. J. lace.with "a person of another I
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Youth Fellowship Spongier Mis. Herbert Thomas
21-PCS. CHICKEN Sunday night. and :tits Merrill Smith.

Pint Cole Slaw: Hot .. Pt. Cole Slaw Hot : They onjoye'l nn organ re- )] )
Kelly Speaks
Rolls Feeds ;) to 7 Kolls I lt.il and "open hnu.se" in then Quarterback ClubThe 1

Hungry People e.w First Preabytcrl.inChiiivli. ".

0 II I / Quarterback Club will In Starke SUE

$3.75 $5.25 I Th nine FYF member nt- I meet Monday April 18, at

I I tendinjy: were Heeomp.inleil by 7:30: p.m in the BUS gym.
i, Mis Ft O., Paterson. lies" f.iiv'
I rContlnued From OneJ
French Fries -- 25c 50c 75c$1.00 orr-l>riiud, ,Kii,.nliniKI.I.V !h. nlrlKlit. ii Andl"'w11'11.: Matron Siimlei Correction Page
;" hid >i>ii run ,I" :Sl'ltK'if : ,, sad 1Shs..1. (2.( CaldMcll. opponents! elly said the "two'

Oi'I1.i l rte afire" yin I tin In lost week's announcement mayors" were totally larking( SPECTACULAR PURCHASE OF
CALL YOUR ORDER IN-IT:; WILL/ ItE: RE \HY l h..1> l cilia', nnd. (that runt In. Recent Births of the engagement of 3yl .ia In legislative experience whi<*h 'a ('

WHEN; YOU ARRIVE:-PHONE: ;: !5))lilt-III1; ''? den Trudy Norton to Richard he said was a necessary qtinllficatiun -

Mi: and Mrs 1t.llphV.. James Michcdn. HIP time of for the Ko.evnorslilp.HP .

Martlr. of Starke announce die wetlJliiK was Riven a.s! 1 P- deplored the huh rale of'' SLEEVELESSSHIRTS

TASTEE-FREEZ MMEIMAcross ; tht birth of a san David m. on June 10. The correct clime In Miami and said tha'' / .

Doiiifla on April 5In I St. Vin- time Is 8 p. m. on June 10. Mayor High should: turn hl> '
:' From Holiday Inn I cent Hospital Jack'-onville. attention to cleaning up tic:

Compliance Set mess there rather than >secklnn/ : :

---- I Bradford County Hospital to nan the state government s

announces the followingbirths / "Haydon Burns has already!
By Hospital
: proved that we don't need anymore
Mr and Mrs. Robert Dobbs, mayors trying to play: 'I

starke a son, Roger/ Hcotl. I Continued from! Page Onel I Kovenior! ," Kelly said. I I ,1 REG. 1.99 EACH

A'! ell 6. In the matter of education
to evade compliance with the I
Mr and Mrs James IronHaralson atl V., Kelly said his program woula .: .

BASil DAVIS Stl1.1 ke. a daughter 1 ford property owners tax relief .
iMmond.soiv:: ad..ed.; "Failure I
Laura Lorraine.Apr11 .
Rosemary by providing/ urlditiona':
7. to comply with 1I'"c, demands I tat. funds to the roimlie $

Mr and Mrs Shirley Frnnklin would\ icsult in too many haled on current avi" : ,i '. dull'! r rv

Johnson. Keystone Heights: problems! to th,nk about: :' He attendance rather than tier ,-,.,,
I I" 0 R a. son. Emmett Arthur April said about 20 !per cent of the
1 10 lifx-pltal's income Is tied to }

Mr, And Mrs. Ja"c. Rubin nine form oi federal match- I-: FOR

f School) Board r Member J niiiniun, Keystone HcinliU), al; in>. lucid and! medicare( will' I Ipel.putaul' ,
,11. April 11. 'uhQanUll1111 're ,,se th 8
,, C'ln- "I'uctlonfunds! ,: s

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: -AtLargeAWAKE I
Don't' w ? 1.59 EACH

sends Slilp**. Vziato. CWcitlAvill

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J S 1og/ Combat C HentCoiw.rtttU
/ Ch.c sI
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The Bradford County School !system employs more People! spends more .
( CaDanlI
money than any other tonccin in the( onuntv. In addition: to this, our ItBlind I, 1 1 ll
s''wait w l Neck With Ztpy. Sack
future depends on the ( hildren now in !school. 9 b tr

a nur. ... .a Ulaat, ComptIIOI$'
.:;_ WaihabUl
Basil Davis: Knows his( md; has offered) himself as jour '' whe.lt I i.."
school)I Loird mtmlicr. Wear .m In M Oull
Folded'ould Sure! Then YIIU IV YI rC

Can (tie; To I SOU
Still heWing; to listen and t to, keep an open i
Basil Davis mind to all problemconcerninij: our school) JJ) & w miuiri; /: :> k ,t' 7' i1 M 31rafl'

8>.stem. After studying! all facts! will vote f'r you make an important purchase Sl'I'l'IA' I I

"blindfold"? Certainly not By the same And Jet; :New
what atilt! be in the best interest of OIJKSCIKKJI. a
token don't loan "sisfht unseen"
(CIMI.DIIKN.'' ) accept a Door Hi a. Light:: t
He sure that the loan pHI jret is best .suited -
13.1 :x M- r (Ii'K"
to your needs low in cost with no r t
Basil Davis Stands For: in and let $12.45 t --
hidden charges attached.: Stop 1'I a4-Y+ u ur r
us tell you about our low-cot" loan policyas i 3'I: .TO'H: '
-chr ol facilities
I. (Loud; > i
2. Competent instructional personnel it applies! !! to your particular needs. $13.35

:1. Improved transportation conditions /

4. (Good; 1 hound business judgment HOME OWNED' -IIO.ME OPERATED D 6 W AUTO SIIPPI Y INr f i

:5. Interests of !school children and the willingness. to workon

their behalf. The Community State BankOF dij:;

silences HAPIPA41, *' SI/PPIV/
Your Vote and Support on May 3 For BASIL DAVIS STAUKE ,

Will Be Appreciated. t


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Tornadoes Third In Meet Blasts Homer, Double, SingleSanderson's cookies; Mrs. D. H. Crawford HOMESTEAD
plain cake; Mrs. Lloyd Bryan APPLICATIONSSETS

I strawberry cake; Linda Hug- ; RECORD:

Varnes Sets 440 Record At fletcher Hitting Lifts gins berries strawberry chocolate; Mrs.candy.Jessie covered Young straw- Bradford A record County number of property 3,450

owners applied for homestead

INCOME:. : TAX 31.\IL I exemption before April 1 deadline
Quarter miler Calvin Varnes as did miler Tony Lawson the high hurdles and Onann I UEUU.lSE REMINDER: according to Tax A6tetjs-
BHS Over
9-1 Live Oak
toured the oval In 50.2 seconds I vith a time of 4396.: Loper I had 163. a personal best by : or Gene Long.Thompson.
for Bradford High to set a and sophomore Andy Mayton both. David:I Shannon coveredt Baseballers'Team Starke postmaster T. C. Ha- I

new meet record at the Fletch- tied for third place in the 100 In 1055. his best of zen announces that persons

ei Invitational in Jacksonville cus at 129'8". dlS-1 the year. Andy Mayton threw Hitting A two-run home run by pitch which scored the Jackets' I wishing to mall income tax I j I Sheet
Bea, h Friday night. The Tornado 880-rrlay : the discus 135 feet for his per- I Sandy Sanderson gave Tornado fifth run of the inning and Mrs. Margaret Lewis :Mrs Jessie returns on Friday. Apr. 15.I

Vaines and Roger Chllson. bination of Chllson. ,,I sonal best.According:! Averages .247 baseballers the lift they tied up the game.The Young Mrs. Martha Pel- should be reminded that mail I Metal WorksAir
who sailed the discus 132 feet :Marshall Beam and Falcon to Coach David needed to wallop Like Oak 9-1 Tornadoes tallied the lum. :Mrs. Mildred Hardin. must be in the street collec-I Condition TuneCp'sOrder

1 h i the Tornadoes to third took fifth place in :35.7.: the Ilur.ee Tony Lawson Calvin here. Tuesday with a nine hit winning run in the bottom of Canned Products Division: I tion boxes by S p.m.. or the Your
place with 38 points in the test BUS time of the year. Varnes and David Loper are The hot bats of Donald: Falcon attack.It the eighth, in the fourth ex Billie Bnssett. Mrs. Al Harley j I post office drop by 6:30: p.m. Strawberry Pans :NOW. !

tough competition with BUS'only Chllson also slipped In for a continuing: to show steady 1m- Sandy Sanderson and was the second victory of tra-inning game of the sea- Mrs. Margaret Lewis Mrs. F. in I IJ. order to receive a poshr.arktor Phone 969-4021 or 961-8641

two first places. The 50.2 fifth place finish in the shot piovemerit in their performances Wayne McLeod:! have boostedthe the week for the locals after son, when Eddie Douglas Pellum :Mrs. Lloyd Bryan I April 15. Road 16 East Starke Fla.
t team batting average of St. 7-6 scored from second Mrs. D. H. Crawford. Mrs.
they when
edged Augustine.
I i.s also a record at Bradford put at 43'8". and Steve Baker I
,the Tornado baseballers! to avery here last Friday in the eighth Charles Howell's grounder hit Lynn Hall. -
High and Is the fastest ClassA
also' took fifth place in the The Tornado thlnclads will
respectable .247 and tln'ceetl'diR'ht inning of a Florida Star Conference the Jacket second sacker in Needlework: Mrs Carolyn
440 run In the state this Piggy Bankers
12-yard: hurdles In 161. travel to Jacksonville
again wins. contest. The St. Au- the chest and bounced into Taylor boys suit; :Mrs Lucille -
year. Fletcher won the meet with this Friday night to the RI- Falcon Is currently leadingthe gustine win was the final one right field for an error. Godwin, lady's suit; Mrs. Smith Fil.
The Tornadoes took two 108 points and Jacksonville'sEnglewood bault Invitational The Florida Devoe, ; Mrs. Barbara'' Sugar Savers
pack as he has for that counts in conference ratings Douglas had led with a walk aprons
seconds in the splint medley was second with Star Conference meet is set thei Hill lady's blouse and dress.
)past:: two years with a i and gave Tornadoes a 3.1 Greg Reddlah had advan-
,relay and shot put. David 52 points. Terry Parker and i next Thursday. April 21 in St. average with, 12 hits In 29 loop mark for the season. The ced him to second with a single Knitting: :Mrs.: Marian Fin. Aso And
Lopei tossed the shot 47 feet Bishop Kenny also participated Augustine on the Jacket' new ucan Mrs. Jessie Young Mrs.T. .
I (times at the plate. He Is the two victories lifted their overall
and the medley relay team of ;;isphalt track.Bowlers. HandkerchiefKnotters
in the event! club's( anly .400 hitter. As a record to 5-3. BHS took a 4.1 lead in the F. Howell.
Chilson. Donald Falcon David Crochet: Mrs. Billie Gassett,
In a practice meet Tue-dav first Inning when Sanderson
junior'! last year he posted a Emmett Akridge now 3 and
Shannon and Varnes the Mrs. Lucille :'.[osley. :Mrs.
on University of Florida SetBanquet walked stole second, and scored
reason' average of .424 and asa 1 for the season, tossed a
tnrnn' m a 2:03 5. the best oval Smith Devoe Mrs. Dewey Williams -
with Gainesville High and ona single by Dwight Elder.
the three
sophomore he blasted hitter at Live Oak after-
BITS time of the year in that Mrs. Lynn Hall, Mrs. ATTENTION
Falatka several Tainadoe: Wayne McLeod doubled
event Sat. ball at a fantastic .442 pace giving up three runs in the
turned in their top( performances scoring Elder First sacker C. A. Parham :Mrs Margaret
top of the first. The Bulldogs'
A recent hitting spree. Including -
Shannon took a third Pla;?1 of the season. Joey Reese followed with a Fancher.
ribbon in the 100-yard dash TWILIGHT LEAGUE a hcme run a double\ brief lead came on a single a Handcraft: Billy Gassett Haul
Baker hit 15 8 seconds in single and a three-base Jacket
triple, and a BHS error.
The Ladles and a single In Sta'-ke's 9-1
Twilight Leaguewill error scored both him and Mc rooster seed picture; Margaret
!\ hold, a banquet at the win over Live Oak Tuesday The Tornadoes evened it in Leod. Lewis, copper tooling set_ of Your
Starke Golf & Country Clubat have boosted Sandy Sander- their half of the first when Donald Falcon put 2 more pictures; Mrs. Lou Dock ry. '
Vole For and ElectSeiner 7:30 sun to 346, second Sanderson led off with a walk
: p.m. Saturday, Apr. average runs making it 6-1 on the Christmas pine cone. door
16. Trophies will be awarded best on the squad with 9 hits and Donald Falcon got on board for Starke in the fifth wreath;; Mrs. Smith Devoe MoneyOn
t to the first ]1)) Goodman teams and Individual highs. Thlrtf: sacker Wayne McLeod pitch. Back-to-back doubles by the season with Sanderson L. Bailey net rabbit; Lamar In

GUYS: AND:. IMJLLS i la steadily returning to his catcher Dwight Elder and aboard. Sanderson had walked Priest collection of clay animal -

7 YOUR MIXKI: DOUBLES hitting form of last year. He third sacker Wayne. McLeod and stolen second for the heads. To First

Williams Jewelry 4; Ru- had a pair of doubles against scored three for the Tornadoes. second time against the Jack Baked Foods: Ann spears I

'' + School Board Member dolph Hutcheson 523 Slade Live Oak to boost his averageto Sanderson put BHS aheadin ets. cake decorated like Highway Federal and Have It
w Cax 0; Ernie Patz. 547. .321 with 9 hits in 28 at- the second with his first 1UIS" Box: Score Patrol Station; Barbara Hill
DISTRICT !5. COUNTY AT LARGE Recreation Dept. 4; Bob b homer of the season with Live Oak Game Counted and Rolled In Seconds!

.,. CONSCIENTIOUS I FA IP Drake 854. Draw-Tite 0. Ne- First baseman Joey Reese Charles Howell aboard on a AB R H .
[ CAPABLE oma Nelson 485. I and catcher Dwight Elder walk. It became a 7.3 game Sanderson If 3 2 3 1 With Our New Counter-Packager
Brooklyn 3 when hurler Akridge walked YOU MAYsave
Supply ; Phyllis have been hitting the ball I Akridge p 1 1 0
Setber D. Goodman: Brown, 486. B & G, 1; Doug and the hard-hitting Falcon Falcon ss 3 2 1
Raley 491.Candy's better lately too. Reese sportsa : ) ,doubled him home and Wayne Elder c 4 1 1

Is A Hardworking Successful Businessman Gulf. 2; Bob Hall.: ..320'el'age., the fourth McLeod: followed with a single, W. :McLeod.:\ 3b 4 0 2 \
Veteran 500. I> & VV Auto 2; Joyce Tornado over the manic .300 his second hit of the day, Reese Ib 4 0 1 I
-A Taxpa>'er A Family Man (wife Falcon.
U.irton :;24. mark, with 8 safeties In 25 scoring P. McLeod. rf 3. 0 0 :
and three
daughters.) Carp's' 2, Bill Lovell. 571. times Coach Chuck Mason's charges Reddish, cf :3 1 1 UP TO $200on
UT!> Elder Is pecking '
Team No. 10, 2; Cookie :Munclurff added two more in the Howell 2b 1 2 0 L
Seeber D. Goodman Will )Work For: 135..' away at the .300 mark with a fifth when Sanderson singled, totals 26 9 9 __

BETTER COOPERATION BETWEEN Standings: vvnnams.. Jewel respectable} .275 average with his third hit of the day. scoring ", St. \ugustlne Dante car financing
AND CLOSER RELATIONS BETWEEN PARENTS AND COMMUNITY TEACHERS. ry 7-1; Recreation Dept., 3 hits !in 29 attempts. Ores Reddish who had led AB R H and insurance + f
ADEQUATE FACILITIES POR BETTER EDUCATION. a'i-l'-a' ; Cnrp'a 5.3: Brooklyn off with a single. Akrldge Sanderson, If 2 2 0Akridge -.
.. LOYALTY TO THE OFFICE AND THE PEOPLE: Supply 4'a-31j' >; Draw-Tlte, EllNEST: MOOS:. ACTKI'TS drove in the final run with a 2b 4 0 0 through the .T.oi.p- I
4-1; IJ 1 & W. 4-4; No. 10, 4-4; POSITION IN .MILTONKrnest long sacrifice fly to center Falcon ss 4 1 2 I

: Seeber I), Goodman; Will Always 11.1.1)n Open Mindon Candy's 3-5; Slade 1.7; B & scoring Charles Howell who Elder c 4 1 1 '0ra .
: ; F.sf
the Problems of Education. G. 17.Rifle. the local Florida Pest manager Control of I' had walked. W. McLeod 3b 4 1 1 FAR M CAR 14w: I
St. Reese Ib 4 1 1
'I Augustine f
store since 1961 has
Your !Vote and Support On May 3rd Will lie 1\I Matches Pest position. Control!as manager In Milton acceptedn of Ace and I ;Friday Akrldge over also St. Augustine got the win after P.Reddish,McLeod cf rf 2 4 0 0 0 1 FINANCE PLAN I

Appreciated. : starter Charles Howell Howell p 4 0 0
Set will\ move there with his family
SaturdayAt leading 6-1 in the sixth was Douglas, rf 0 1 0
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) this weekend. Jim Brook : j
bombed' out after he Totals 33 7 6 Pick the car you want-new or
\ er has been transferred from uaad. Then caU me and tell me
Blanding \ Gainesville to Stake to man I :four runs on four hits al10Wed\\ how much you need to cover (Here Demonstrated By Teller Sharon Harrell) 1
the I I a batter. the unpaid balance.'U help
ago local Florida Post Women you
I The Florida High Power i Control Btore.Softball. I AkHdgrr1 relieved i Win get a check tot the dealer with It's As Easy As Strawberry Pie! Bring Your ,

f Best Qualified Rifle Championship Match score at 6.5 and threw a wild i iielders I I t Blue RibbonsAt Arrangement auto loan through tor a cooperating a low oefc' Coins and Loose Chancre In Today and Let Us!

will be held at the Camp ,, local bank. The car to yottrel Open or Add To Your Account.
Blanding: Rifle Range from! 101 I r Find out today how State

: TO REPRESENT a.m. Saturday Apr. 1tJ.} until 66 Fair Farm's Car Finance I'laA7.
2 p.m. Sunday. This is an approved work for you.CalUMERRITT Savings and Loan
: "* ** NRA tournament and' 9
County Commissioner YelX Following are the blue H.WILLIAMS
-r' attracts top shooters from I bon winners in the Women'sDivision ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
1 District 4 many at the 1965, BiadfordCounty
1 ii limited to ::: Fair: 218 N. Temple Axe.

VOTE FOR AND ELECT 100 participants and many of. 4-H Delartment8andrll? 117 N. Walnut St.
these will bring their families! Hugglns, cake and candy:

: t EDDIE and range support personnel. I Catherine::: Green brownies; Phone !61-5391 Join the
M ALLEN Chamber of Com-
It Is anticipated that most of' Fawn(< Gassett clothing and &
them will be staying In available ....
: On :May Third accommodations In and room: improvement; Rebecca' If.-" merce Today It's ; g
SrAn run
McMillan room improvement: MUTUU I
Independent around Starke. I Fawn ,. .AU'OMO.lIINIUIlAHCI, -- the Berries '
Businessman lstered Real Estate GasHett, child development it'shr
The "Governor's Rifleman"> r. COMPANY ''''.0.00'\ :lIJJlI
crochet I
Salesman doll clothes.
Taxpayer and Lund Owner. Family will be selected by this match; t rr Horticulture Him Mllm,.,_1....., Illlmti "
Man: (wife and 5 children). Born in Bradford also the State National n\

County Member Chamber of (Commerce American Guard (champion State USAR

; Legion, Baptist Church. champion the State Active

He will work hard for additional county drainageand / I State Service Civilian champion champion.and the To :: TO FIT EVERY INCOMELongchamp

: improvement of our roads. Believes we should qualify for the Governor's\

: use every means at our disposal to bring new industry Trophy be resident the competitor must King 1 \ will play an exhibition BY
a of Florida, and
: to our county. I amt at the baseball diamond
if in the active service- be
"it. 2 p. m. Sunday, April 17.
: permanently stationed In Flor Sets Exhibition
WORK HARD TO REPRE The Feigner foursome

SENT ALL THE PEOPLE IMPARTIALLY: ida.The. popularity of the National Here mown as The King and His

AND CAPABLY. Guard Rifle Ranges at SundayEddie Court, will take on the Starke r
.1 Jaycees( Instead of the Garden
Camp Blanding attracts
.: Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated. I people to the area. At present many Feigner the noted I I Restaurant Softball team as I NPINEBREEZE
softball pitcher! <: who .
Pd. Pol. Adv a rifle or a pistol match is stands off i ievlously announced. A
being conducted at Blanding entire teams with the aid of change' in regulations made it

I once a quarter only a catcher and two In- I li:mpossible Feigner to play SUBDIVISIONON

.. t he Garden team. M-
_' ;:rw 1 '
.. Admission! Is 50 cents for
0 .Indents and;) $1 for adults. BESSENT ROAD

s 1 .A'S BEST PAINT VALUE Feigner will address youth

S (roups In the First Baptist

AH Church at 10 a. m. Sunday. Open House Sunday Afternoon For Your Inspection

young people are Invitedto

MAHTCARIERMNTS OIL BASE HOUSE PAINT henr "The King" who has ---t.,>._ ;p--
1 MILOIW INHIBITORS pitched in more than 3,000
SILr-PRIMINQ SILF-CLIANINO OVIR OLD PAINT Raines and fanned more than The Home of You? Future l-t Here Today. I Drive

I Uf TO 430 SQUARt HIT OP 50,000 batters.
.. COVRAG IXCELLINT MR DURABILITY GALLON Out and Inspect What Your Money Will Buy In

MITAL MASONRY SURfACES '\0.IUITO! DKKHMII I ; s w' ; a Well-Kiiilt Longchamp Home
THAN i.ooo STORES COAST TO COAST 1% 4 UK III- t''Ml III-, lllll>-
"'f"". ('<>!'NTV. FIWHIUtt .A N I>
; ONE COAT LATEX tem GALS. 1% (-.1 \Sf''':''''. (..... N.. !.J-
,. 2 IKI.Illi : :
HOUSE PAINT *-l I J ..Taonb> Ron
WOOD BRICK, MASONRY STUCCO 'is, ,ivriionil, K. Ross.
.,. AND CCMCNT IQUALLY WILL fp'r.ndsntl'rivr" : THAN
I'.nymoml l K. Ross: Ad-
) .
s. 1'nknuwn.
YIAK DURABILITY aSlvll ONLY$7 V n", nre h..ri>l>y notified that

i milt for Divorce. Chi 1.1 "n.. -I.eit- 4XS ...s''
/ GALS d I*. 'c'hilil support Alimony ;
-ull rn..t and .\ttnrn.>yii fees, ban
2 FOR 16 oz. SPRAY 9' X 12' DROP iho\. > M,>fllMl minis. a-iralnHt Court and vou. ..reuse In and the M z: t .D S59-00

PLASTIC ii An required I to "* ) ve. n copyt
Iv PAINT CLOTH t your. anftwtr or pleading. to These 3-IIedroom, Hi Hath, Brick Veneer, with

$ 98 In' '. ''Unplalnt.. (Jrei-n. on A the PI..r.PialntlrsN'.rneys ... SKI 14. TORGINAL Seamless Flooring are Designed For MonthLongchamp

; : 2ge ,, i 1101 t Street,, aaln<>*vlM<>, Fla. Family Living Come Inspect Their Heauty.
8 C!!:>I '.nl.l. fife the the Clerk orliilnitl of the In the rlr.lillii't nfnf -

ONLY \ ."ii or;l lr<>r.> the 9th day

R'g..19; Reg. 39. .i''".tit.-It. .
uI! : MARY CARTER CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF PAINT AND Thin' anti,. shall. he piilill..h..'il.
n ""<'h week fop four -nnutlve -
KOHP (''\':- TY THlBORAl'MPimil : !.

: MARY CARTER PAINTS ICC lead thin. 6lh tiny, of April. BUFORD MITCHELL I

: 353 N. Temple ,Ave. Phone 961.8201 Clerk Uy Bxuluh of the M Circuit Slsody.Deputy Court. I Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box 238 140 S. Thompson St. (Old Coca-Cola Building)

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'" Wilkinson was on a rear a Plymouth ( Uv around :! p. moo Sun- 'Hm' ir. Or.in. 10, of Sbarle. Mnnilny, Apr 1H il I i in ,, ,:," 41' ,, '"4':''t of' .;... \ ,063 Corvulr and apparently ,.|lll t ISIS l I 111 of Klillkr, (ill U .S en bv Arnold M CIa,,, k IIU.) olli'tui el.iv. whoa: ()eor'e: Williiuns! :JiO.ol Wllllims] wns:; eh.irtPfl wlllil.'ulinc Side. (:hll nil of Chirl I. I ., ,' ), '. .1 ant vontiol of the cur which ( ,,1N II. which"' '' un II.million. uu' .lilvlim. his In. vlelrl the I : ii"ht!! of ::11"! niil'-< iiith lOr SI, ''c. c nir
\ta'I Ii ,Misquoted I !an olf the road and struck ICI1'I( ( ) "fir' MM'! ifili 1 I'ltrlie" I. I h tcliI i meta' !! i n '101'1 r, .''I IJI! mnu ':'i I mil (ol II pnrk/ tI ',i' (. u:1: In/ .'11 ncci! i t nI.tl".l'II I I s ::oi and, ,I sit a.:7: : nio
s' < J 1 14Nl a Utility pole, Mi : .,.. 1'110'. I M I i Ml i ef 'n'!\ Mi nut I II.I(- i .".If, i r.: I.I i I. I. i .n I ni n '.1 I i I.i i Ili': ( ('UI',' |p:',IJ/a1' 'M "tivilcl/ l I.> il'i-nd
Lcii.lnHve: candidate James, LOS, ChllIlI'.Ilb .-PCI d 1 f fS'rI'u'.11.n'- :' ) (I"r'i \ v' i i III nt| -.' U.i I |i.i, i.i. i i ,,ill '' :i 'i.i I I I..i: I'l 111..',. HI. ."1 I II f. : 'I'' ti'1L/: i.i.I., hi'.ii,, Ih/,' ..V"''.i,;''i' n Prvdo
.Vilklmon was misquoted In a'' fi n.st 1 for conditions.. : ft'Uiii'"' rirtlion\ Sal:( I'I n i II.II'!) h.' 1)u) .1.1I vAn '. i 1 I'HiO! J'liid: hi'lnis\ : dnvi ,\'r soi ';'' i''s; ( III .:( II ,K: link. i"T Sfi\3 i Vli l ,

TC .lew story In last week's Telc- I' The spcondmisli.il) ,in c 111 i r1, >'i.' .. .1 a obil' .mil' i.in Into the .Hi1 I 'If'nl Hi.I |I'' I I I i i n i i I .1 11., '. n!.T ril In i .. .
'si rh covering the April 2 political I I \ i | i I M. i I.: A.II ....11

rally 1it Keystone
1.\ I'thtc
The nrtlc'.e' oiri: tlvt Wllkln-
'on pledged! his support; foiducnlioiiiil
,. : piour.nn.s.: but
",red opposition to obtalnl'i tt:
t't't.t adltlonal. revenues to nap:o1I I TERWllLEGAR MOTORS

> :! '''ne school svstcms.

What Wilkinson ac-tua'l.v -- __ __ .. .
--01.6 1fI "" -II --- .
&t I
sent to Tul-
aid was "If I am
ai'asf.ep) for ths 10B7 scs-lon
.'- -II-I-t-: .t-\I-I'--.T: : I: :-; KwlliMl| eorrwtl.v nude ;MiiriljnIMtterson < will! be flshtlng:\: for our el- Our Sale On New Fords Is Them Out
nth gruiler. at left the r.iuiup over BOO fellow ..luilfiitH .. ,iiatlonal, program, schools.: Big Moving So Fast We\ Can't Find Room For The

( tit Itrixlforil Junior High'IIe11. Hilt week.Kiitherlne enchers: teaehlnu aids and

Perk, Nth grader at right; WIM i-cc.iul. In thecinitrMt. I 'quipm-nt. non-ln tl'Uctlonlll TradeInsVe\ Are Overloaded They Must Be Sold NOW .So
KathiTiiieVi father president of. the> I'lurid.i II.ml. '1"1'" onnel. and aidltlcnal:: revenue e e

.tit Stiirhe. present. ;Marilyn \\Rh SIO) In. .ti sir' Ing iie.'.>.int. to support them.
The Telegraph,: voiets" hav-I P
Kittherlne rrri-lM'il $1 milted to. her mixings ...'..IIIIJlt. I'rin Wllkln- and!
ii<: ml-nuotcd on :
'IIul| Jim Temple' lixiks. u1.. snarl! to set the accord

.funlor/ High' School' l'cllinl1RI' traluht

,.. .- JuniorHiMLsH : MIIH KnllipflntPeak, 8t'ui Selective; Service' '
,.ner.: llnlslicd in necoiv
:.1" plnrn., Test CA
Qualifying USED
, : .\ J< The two received a11,rings uc DD
,..\ ,. : ,' E-Y ,,,, i (Hint prl/i'S, nwarilcil, through/ IligiJjility ToldColonel q4
... the Florlf'-i n-inU :.it t Stnrlc ON
\ : ,
Harold C
.. .: 'fj' by S. U Peek. Jr" ,. First plat
. i ., winner Mi.ss F'nttcrson.' rercive'l .tilr DU-ector of the Selective
"", .' ....... Service System! stales that he ,
$10 aceonnt nn'
! 1.r 0 a; BavlnjiH:
: number: of In-
IdS a
;Mlis I'uek received n $ > KIIVmxs

ef Tinlln.ils woe."' 'UIIIII.! ,conducted' nf the.liii'inp SpullmjBue C. julrlcs.o\ lake of the conccrniiiK non-forthoomlii ollc e the stud SelecIvo :cllulIlity nt- 68 NEW\ & USED CARS AND TRUCKS TO SELECT FROMYour

TealDte'-, Junior High School nsHcmhl. Servlee Qualification Trst
program, on Wedneail.iy Apr Colonel Wall point out Uiileclitrants .
!Mnrilyn Pntterson flthrnflc 13. with the entire Juniollijjh who ore hlsh: Big Chance To Move Up --- -
<; Bradford, Junior IIigh; : huily' being presentThere 'ichool .seniors or ernduitesji"1
.tnrlent Hpolled ACHIKVKMKNT :- were" live, reireHetitiitlvIH | t who err enrollivl" or plan ,
l : furicrtl.Hid, l'ei-mn' fiitni, ejirh, grade,\, Ic\1 10 enroll" in ft tl''hlll..nl, or vo- To A Really Good Used Car ,..._
thrvlnncr" "1 our tlit .11111 UIII 'I'licMhml! /Kliincil: .1 pliu" "iI i- I I" litional /srJioul. Institute, ojiflnevs '
I hi' Hauls' thioiiir'i/ ellinin.'iI \ colic:!!!. and who In-
Ions I lii'ld eiil'llrlThe I IT> IlIwl| ; 'in) ::? to request flu o('ctlp'l- 1
Plaza I 1st :a 1'1'. listed, below by "unnllevfl ,. tonal deferment, on the bu4; 1962Oldsmoblc r ,
"f iiirsuln| liride:, tl!l Mnllvii. I'tttelon. iieh an Instttutlon.\ \ ann's" + '
Barber Shop I'III"ll1Ith.;: dally Hunt! 'lalb'c' ::: li> lake the Qua'iri-a-: I i V '
D.Mi.inmSS/. I'ordnr., .\111 Ionia
Slarkp. Pl.t/a /l.lni'-i' ;M'ir' lvill< Evelyn: Sincl.iir :1'n Test.
: : It
': Onule 8 Asihic'1'hout i This aiinoinieeinenl rlnrlfie tic. I'.mel' Sheering: Air I
Near U'innliicAndy ) 'us, KalhPimo: I'cclc. K'ltidr. the ellttlljle: : student eateuorinniiinrcd Conditioned (thud; ) Condilion. / x '

)I.each.Viunli, Alvnii-it. Mir, eailler' v h1' ':Ii l'i I i l,' S
(Craiiilnli:": < (:"rode/ 7 Anne. TelwilliK' -hic'ed! rc-rlslrnnts: who In'enii r '
I'n opl| i ielor :"'. Cello/ Hayc.s. ltd (oeklns deferment' col'c'e:
vorit') ii.\TuoNA:'; (;i: :\t hUll.) !Kleliiiul I Uli.nnber, .. tsar'enlc. $ ] 395FIlElI / I' :
Allen firviMiM :" AJriltloimI In'oitmM'w nnipplica ,
: 1 ss Bud Mint-Is, was chili: lions for the I ExnminHn -
n in of the Spcllinf: lice" Com; can be obtained from

I till, In. and ,did, .in c"cAcci'lion' 'in l Hunl ditift! "'In 1':1.:! rf'jls- W' O.ly "i
I Iv line job. rants who:11111.: to tike the M4
FLORiDATHEATRE Judges; for the II inN wen teat ate utlon-1 tint thel TI1& y -
1 :Mis Mii.idii: / : : :Mrs. JonntBi.idfonl 'piillcntlon mu't be propcilvotiplcted
,I llixll .School! Fngl1s.: nnd returned n
.tc. n hei s. PrmlIp.II" | C. Nr"lirk ate. than Ap-11 23. lOfiO.
I he rcfeui w 'is L II
(2ibsun. and the pronounc'iwn U-of-F Choir With Any Used Car Purchased .
Shnwlirnp .0ol4days! 7 :Mir L.' flrndtnci.lnnln, i I

Sunday: :00. ..Saturday 1 high: Schuo', Knulitli, ttr he! Will PerformAt By April 20th ..

'I IIUK.( I KHI.) SAT. BHS Apr. 22

April 1 It. 15: Hi; '65 Galaxie '64 Galaxie 'V'' ( -- -=
Unable FValurv I I'runranFILLED 7otO\aOS Tic fiO-rncrnb-i Unl"I'I/-lt\/ I
i Florl :a Clilr will ," 'C'lCI1 .tOil() Fonlor, V-S .Aui( :;too Tudor Ilaidtop. A ,
vYAld WITH : 'i Mil," ..) p-ifrram- of J'crff1iiimle niiilir, I Toner Klreriii't. I'i. Aiiloinatic., |fuller ,
J In the Bridfurd IIIil- )
ADVENTUREMUSIC Me 666 -'hom'' I'lorliiin' ,ilia'1nr I B'.lIl..l.ir.' (Cond. Li6eleering:. l.iliv! New 2i000 :!!.- r Ir. M

and 22. at 0'30: nnd 10:30: a New' ()rlionl ('.1st I ) :\Jilc... (OKC);: /0\\ IWI'. / a

z t m :!IWU.UIJ.:!! N
FUN I ',
Th"' vei-ntll" :woiip. tlv'
OUT ir ('iosos' / .nm
Ana '"!'ert chwal unit on the $1895 411
' Is merle o
11) 'rill cnrnnu' u:i i
:corn end women lu"lents un s'
301DRIVEIN 'ei, the" c' r'cttrn! rvf Dr. FI' 595 Galdsle 500/L 2 Door Hardtop

'\oort Kelst-r of the miisli tot \1\ot
,, \
'ael.l, ) v. 63 Chevrolet I t /fI' \\ sa.\\, \\ \\0"\
\ sa1
Thr program will he 'Ivltle it; \ a.t\
1 "to \two pii-t stnrllna wit' 64 Falcon t\1 w FOI S'

II :Nova StationVat: >on, t ,. ea\\
Va1 Open 7:00: ) '' ne
ei-n-ienl) of "
i "roup racy all
Std. Trans.; Kailio: I lealIT. -
Disn Show Time 7:15; inimlM'Ts and' :: concludini with I II lard II Oil. V-S I Kn: !;;inc.liaclio 0\1 at' sta nlp8de\ "" .'81-
ysBamp Local Car. .. 1 oule\Ga .
ADMISSIONdiiltn J : : I a ruop of nfrltuils.! AiilonialicSIIAUI' ,. < \ ), faltO\ o
\ 75r; Student<. 60 .'Piln yenr the choir \\ 1'1 npi i COOI; \) (CONDITION19C4 : : 11I\"o.aa/'f\; / LNerdtoP I W'. SOhnn'18dfaua99U0, : ; POm" OoHO\\\\e h\ \\e.e'

t'hildren! __.!Under.)! 12 .Fret, ""i 'r:-Inrtm In' font the enmpn/i trimester pin'c"tnl bren1'M '>< I ..1Iltill') fa'C 1l1J1GI Uj "" < clanGs ?l a Iclnwrs 1,1!.can gv.

FUI.. SAT.. SI .:.N.pril ,;. ''I tnrj: 20 concerts while on'iir 7 i : <
ow...M.r.1l ch.L, ,\ l I.:;). Mi;. 17 ." In .-r\eral southcnstC'n( : $$159h. $1 1 lI/cWE NOllfD'CAlINO' V5&that o's I i5s2srtSLsssr :tl aI
rwM14 lUPl.wnl PM0.4-Cnl ? (.lieThe-. T., \f"we r/lr 'lot c."olt8' 00\1 oeed
4 Blood-Curdling I and"91. I. Invitrd to the V "' ,"0 rl! aoHl da 0'.1.0'1' \ '/ '\-. '1
----- -'" -- -- -- I '/ .p\.S "aIIOld ,
pl..C.. ,,(.1 kaq c.II'"
Thrillers 'w com rrtu hrrr TAG \" / u -' ...,r:o"
,.- ,_ P -

I Pair" Injured; I It"'V; .'. :.. ._ ? .'hm: DI, 'haV'" 'Ornr
l'ln. dead
''I "'
I OOQ Causes 't the ""'r."I

, VALOR A.. D VIOLENCE!If I Falcon I I'ordorSl.indard f\:: ,;.;,;..' Si 361pedgu s i"JflES ii/it,

?-Car CrashTwo t' \ 1
Tran"cw: : Ttit-s, JfI en i/ ,
fiOQUifliFR I:) ,
personeiT" Inlinrrl" Inn Low ;1lilcilrvpc: (/ /Owner/ I cPO'f' }CO/J''L1fJ.f.Jh.

one <1:11' ne( '''utrnl' TiisdT'ifti Mustang Hardtop
% -iiion" on Slatr' Fload' I IBI $ .
$1 09
i I 'n-rv n Alvarrv" 17. of )

GUojjh7TFpNMCOl01'[ .a '"im'al kf'the vii tTnl'-eu-ltv rp'pT.e'" I Tiif Mrii'il"pntei :" 'n1'. YOU'RE AHEAD IN A FORD ALL THE WAY! .

/1'1"" -
Oainewlllp' after, un-
'I. 'ol'I', '.I''V room
: 1 1
t -"iitnvnt for held In'urjesHo '
1 T.IIIMiYldlde! Allkl.I1.fI> nl.kYa 11161. .
i1a' tns nol"rr In n ear

Sun., ;Mon.. Tue! "!l.. \Vcd. I I 'riven hv Claudia; K.: MeCn'l The Cleanest Lot Of Used Cars
April 17, t IX. 1 19.!) 20 '''Anon "''. of Ke'II"f'"pl"h" '
60 Ford
Fordl.al.isir 63 Ford
fVAUOTDLLI '- !, rf |rn MI.
egl6lp aA WiUitnriaaaxle .. "ITV f..llnll'll1"| Irrn'm"n'
aHappiness-; or fTral. !I..r', "Itln.". : .. I laid: lop. I'II\\C'I' 1-S., 1-.1111". (dal.ixie: :501)), r'ordor 'I Thunderbird FuJI l'ow
Ar nrrlln" >o B "n"I'n, ,t le.'N. ., n N',-)** ..lutunultAuiunlalit'. Kailiu and llaidtop, 1'-5. Automatic. and Air (Conditioning
or /:
A'-V-' --"i .lr, ,f'I'> Hnhoiit U' (JO.1. Kadioir l'nn.1 I. 1Il'.ltl'.Onl', (Owner) 1 Power Sleeiinji.. Hailio. letv'I'irev--
.. ... ., a (
fl" "P'S an assn (O-ilsiilf.,: heal: In- (CLKAN: :'; I IIl'ah'l'-

"i.. TlIl"'ttlO" pI ht ml1". '. E'TH.SII.HI': Tliis (Car Will (Co; JuiiK(
Iuth' of I't'! rke. >flcC'T. i-
I -One OwtH-r: -Only .1tJuly/ KXTUA CI.KAN: : A-l CONDITION
I man. "rivln7 a I 1915 Trli-mnh
"."< traveling, west on SR 18 At Terrific Savings To You,

r1.M.IUr wh"n the ear struck a lareo"
LsM "< In the roadvav. skldde-i! Plus A Free Tag If ; $
$ $995 $1295 $995
1 'Irtem-flvs, Info a ditch nn t" Pur$169r
Wsywtfm'rCMUL( ''oft lde of the road l nni r-'I| chased By April J
"d) over The Triumph tame
I to rest on its top.

I ,..,.. .... ....... Two other awlrtenn MAfirtcrt -*
In the eoui'v dining

un, rl! "r"i"" '': th"loon week en 'In:? Wednesdjy TODBVrt'

RICARDo MONTAIBAN 1nrlFIBoD1 IE;'A 19 T,IS'e p.first m. oceuri Sunrtnv'ei! around abo-it:! s with I

GREER CARSON l ilOClt .. .1., ......, 'ro'ee mle! south of Starfce!' on
tT S. 101 I when SirafePhr! .
in Rcea.12.. or knvUl"


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Former were being placed at all Postal I I Inter-regional the meeting by Friends of the W.cST.US Halo and removal or one frame I obtained .t the office of the
Postal Savings Depositors houp located' and iiltuated at SuperIntendent or Public In-
Savings windows and that organizations from
Llbiary .. of UraJforcl CountyThe
I r.r.r.'e. Wa"hlnton )Htrtt on Htriiftlon
bonds could be i>urclia el at Library MeetingSet both .legions. Al Interested TO mUSK AND DRIVE. I the southwest ('( I'flitif" Starkellment n<*uril, of Public In tno-
Advised To Buy Savings Bonds local banks or by writing the citizens ate invited to attend AND STILL SURVIVE : ry Hchuul Rruiiniln. Inn reserves the right to luvctpt '-
Treasurer of the United For April Sly FRIEND. THE: SAFER The ".tic.'euutiul. .. 1Ithler mud beable or rej'i-t any or all bids
said houiww.thin ThoniBR L. Casey
S. L Peek. Jr volunteer drawing only two per cent Interest States Washington D. C P. J. Novak president of the I :SCHEME; : to move forlyftVi(45)thi- ( dayn

Bradford County Chaliman ." said Mr Peek> "where- 20220. I FloiKla Crown Council of IS TO POUR TilE LIQUOR from ,d.tlo of, unnrd of t hid, 4/14 SI 4 2($

for the U S Savings Bonus as due to recent action by the April 6, 1966 Chambers of Commerce, wll. TimberVanted\ IN TilE TANK Kiirthi'r, I Informal may bi

program, urges Postal Savings President! and the Treasury. Police Report The Bradford C-uaty Te.e-!! give an aea: nofl'.e: : from tie AM) DRINK:'\ TilE GAS- .u_ -'

to consider Saving Savings Bonds now earn 4.15 .. OL1NK:!
I I Thirteen arrests were \e- '4. ; standpoint of business Industry Large or Small Tracts
onds as the Ideal: place to Invest per cent, compounded' semiannually ported by the city pjllce department i .tended( your Straw_' iry and population at the first SUNSHINE MAGAZINE

thE fundsPresident I when held to matur during the past Festal uit wl.Jl.eland! I Joint meeting of Alachua. Competition will bring

Johnson last ity. Savings bonds! carry the week. Heard in Mayors Court I want to compliment Aich Bradford, Union, Citrus. Levy you more money INVITATION: nir nv TIM: Now you can buy'

month signed legislation end- I full backing of the govern I Tlumaa and: his co-workers and Marion County libraries. Contact lIltAIF4)ll1) "rw.vrv( :" no.\m>
Tuesday night were:
fill? the Postal Savings System ment and owners are protected Jack O. Benton. Jacksonville \vhc did an excellent Job with This meeting, which will beheld ('''ullli"tI Ii',r H4Mlllll. tllllx' Will Investors Stock Fundfor$20

In the face of declining deposits against loss theft, or destruc- disorderly conduct and::! expect to the festival and at the Holiday Inn in J. M. Carter I In-. rei,i-Ufil l h> thi- llnulfmdrtimril "
No new or additional tion of their bonds. fair. I "'"lInty .. nf I'ulilk- InalriKtl.in -
12 Gainesville from 2:30 to 4:30p. : *
Intoxication $65 or
public :
until "'i 'on' <.i im k A. M
deposits will be accepted after "At the same time SavingsBonds -ays. :tarke= is to be complimented m. Sunday Apill 17, Is intended t Phone 732-2131 ;May .1. I I'lOO.') at thi utti-e. of the a month !

April; 27. Records of Congressional are as liquid as cash.: Betty Zeady, Jacksonville on the type of buildingj as an overview of the I Lake of t hi14,1, >"i Inti-ndont t, ..r PulilU.
committees which con- Any time after two months which ha.e been construct.d 'nll'lllt'II"n., nrailfiml. CoilnM. '
disorderly: conduct public Intoxication present condition and futueplans
I I 1 ("i urthouM'. Start,.'. Kla. for thi'
stered the legislation ref ect- horn Issue date Series E mutual fund shares
doing bodily harmto for the exhibits. I attend: for Florida libraries m Now you can accumulate on a regular
ed that deposits had declined! Bonds may be cashed at any many fails throughout the monthly payment plan to fit your family budget.
a minor, use of profane and: general, and the Santa Fe Re- I
from a one-time high in the I bank In the United States H indecent language. fined year In Florida, and for a gion and Central Florida Re- Act Now Limited QuantityONLY With payments of $20 a month-"after an initial

bullions to $303 million in Jan Bonds may be cashed! with tcwn the .size of Staike I have $40 payment-you can acquire shares of Investors
$202.50. gion libraries in particular. : 13 LEFT OUT OF 93: Stock Fund.This .
1966. A total of only full calendar month'swritten
uary. one Leavy McCloud. Starke. failure not seen any other equipmentas The new Florida State Librarian ia mutual fund designed to provide long-
I a
029,000$ persons had: funds on notice any time 3X'! \u.11 planned and:! as suited will FOR SALE -
I to yield right of way F. William Summers term capital appreciation possibilities as well as a
deposit in Prstal Savings the mcnths after the Is-sue date. $1995
for the exhibits such
( as you
causing an accident 30 days be a featured speaker.!:: IIUCE reasonable income.
first! of this year. Mr. Peek added that application ji.ive built. 2 BEDROOMS: details of Investors Stock
probation. Coffee will be served after For full (prospectuses)
"These funds have been forms for Series E Bonds Henry V. Kelly. Oalncsvilli.! I ought several of mylriirds ,ANI BATH >0 I1IDUEN EXTRAS Fund and the new Investor Accumulation Plan-

COMPLETE IbM: ES: Financing Available
from Jacksonville with
intoxication $27,50.Vlvl1'n
public .
lif publlMliHil In II.. next. .nun
Brown, Reno, disorderly me, and! returning home statements I'nnHHrutlve weakly ISHUCM 0
KEEP George \W. Roberts conduct.: $27.50 or five were mae: about the tie Urudforil. County 'I'" c. criiuiiu Perfect For Lake, Beach, ForestCome CALL YOUR
i duly 'iiuillflfil nftUHpaper pub
ieehng of progressiveness and Prepared To Buy
days. IlHhfil.. In Hnlil rnuntyWIT.VRS3 'd/l m1tAI MAN TODAY!
;. O. 8. Forman. Mlddleburg] community sp ,It which they : my nnnil. nil c-l-rk FREE DELIVERY TO YOUR LOT

q .V Imoroper take off. 1750. "xpeilenced while we were or fuilil Court, anil. tin* si-.I, ..3,.3itlil Within'. SO :\111.." of (ialneH\llle JOE (Ski) VALINSKI j
: ; ,
\Working For You thee. fimrt: nt St a rk '. Flnrlilii,
B. T. Marshall Jr. Cocoa, I Hiln, ;\lti ri-li 2:.. I 1"IIi.! MID-STATE ENGINEER'S, Inc. Phone 964-1075 F
I puve known Arch Tlioroaa! .
Improper muffler $12.50. /CharlrH A 1 ImrbyAn .
I I' O. 14191 fnlv. SI.n. South Street
And watched him operate for rii'rli of "II" tilt .111'1
Oeorire Williams.! Hampton Suli-H Of(Ice 13th Street &: S.V. 81hVf'.
or 13 ru ii furl Conutv. Klorlila
County Commissioner DWI. failure to yield right many year and he as In th. i, Phone 378-2151

\ of way, causing an accident. case: of a number of other rIHl'lI''OURT: "HrAL; )
,;; j; District i 2 Improper parking $165 or 32 citizens: of your community U 8/31 4t 4/11 I ALSO SPIIC.: MASONRY: UI.1H1 MOVING ..'_"' 4' "_J .' ![_>....__ -. ..... ....

V d1l'Y8. V an asset of \shkh Starke can __

\: Elect A Man L. V. Gross public intoxication : ve'y well be proud. .. -

\ $27.50 or five days. Sincerely, 1ZL
VhUALIFIEI\ ) Islah Allen, Starke. puh'l" Tom C. David UY .

g' Experienced AVAILABLE Businessman TO THE days.Intoxication.Carlos Ford Staike.$27.50 or disorderly five- 1730 Jjcksomllle TOM River C. Oaks DAVID Fla.Road 51 (InlSrOOO 1mR .,

CITIZENSA conduct. 10 days. ; ;

James Wilson Vienna. Qa: INFANT IIXELI ..

man who will take a stand on all issues and state public intoxication $27.50 or SERVICES HELD ...",,-,- '..

the reason why.A five days.
James Williams f colored I, The Infant son of Mr. and:!
I Mrs! Jimmy C. Mizell of 20 word or lem. one Insertion Memorial.*. Resolution. etc. Display Ads. hi ClanHlfled Section
man who helped put the county road department disorderly conduct 10 days

on a business-like basis instead of political Rout: Lake Butler died (minimum charge) ----------__-- 1.00 Per word ____n________________ .03 11.50 per Inch-flr t lnee..UOo.II .
patron.age. DANSBV ACCEPTSTV Tuesday in a Starke hospitaL not puld In uJvtuire.___ ___ 1.25
Cords of Thank' : I'p to 00 wonl
NEWS AWAKUWllllam 13L :ides his parents. he Is Keyed coded, or blind ud-4 $1.23 per I Inch after Urgt. Innertlon.

A man wilting to discuss any issue and his past Dai_>by, news director mrvived by paternal grandparents (minimum charge. ) ______________ 1.2.1 (Illinium charge) --___.....____... 2.50

record with any voter of Bradford County. of television station Mr. anJ Mrs. Joe MI- Each; additional word over 20._.. __ .05: Over SO words, : !per word________ .05
zell of Luke Butler; maternal -
WJIM la Lansing. Mich., le-
grandparents, Mr. and Mis. Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS I INSURANCE FOB SALE Petunias Fannies BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
cently accepted the 1966 Na-
Your Vote and SupportWill Headliners Club award! Otis Kersey of Fort Myers; & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDUCED KATES and other annuals at reduced BOOK before buying any
1 tonal
foul' half-brothers and threa! Call The Man Fran AUTO. FIRE. BOAT prices. Shrubbery other encyclopedia. M. A.
I behalf of the station forconsistently Tin Lemon St. PaUtKaFurniture I
Be Greatly AppreciatedPd. local half-sisters. "Keystone"George DOYLE E. CONNER azaleas lose bushes geraniums Payne your local representative -
outstanding Repaired,
Funeral services will be heldat E. LaRue INSURANCE AGENCY In bloom. Salvia eggplant since 10A& Box 626.

<(< Pol. Adv.) events.television coverage of news 3 p. m. Friday at the graveside Keystone Height. Upholstered & Refinished I If dig pepper, Big Boy, beefsteak Phone 964-67OT. tfchg

in MATTRESSES REBUILT) i, tomato plants. Phone
Daasby will accept the Dyal Cemetery with Consultant For All Your I
Kev Roger E. Bergstrom officiating New Innersprings i I 964-5511 Ralford Road, Staike Myers Power Tool
behalf of his station
award on Insurance Needs.Itepre..entlnc .
when the Headliners Club presents DeWitt C. Jones and Box Springs )I MARY QARTERPAINTS tfch< Area Headquarters For

Vote For And at Funeral, Home is in charge of Drop U I A Card or Call I Lawnmowera Power Tools
Help Elect its honors program anangements. Great American In* Co. PALATKA F.A:1f8 BOOKING Orders for setting MrCulloch Chain Saw.
Atlantic City. The: Traveler In. Co. Dark Cornish. Bantams
of Mr. "si 1 473-4692 Da) AFTER 8 P. M. eggs Pump. .II Water SystemsBrigge
Dan by is the son Jumbo Hingneck Pheasants
T MAURICE and Mrs. R. O. Dansby of i i* TIIM: .'MM i ir <...1111. inIII 473-4325 Kites MRS. PEGGY gHALLEB ,: Jumbo Wisconsin Quail. White A Stratton Engine
\I.FI>III> Cltl Home Buslne.it 209 E. Adkina St. Rental Sole.* Service
Starke. vri. KI.OU. Auto Fire Oulneas. and raised Wild:
\ ll> 5. l\ I II \\<"KIM. Plait Starke. A.it Line pen 230 N.E. 16th Ava.
Monthly Payment
4' iSM MI. '1:1-11.11.: I Complete Turkeys. J. M. Edwards Box Galnmvlll 378-3411

EDWARDS\ Jr. ,HOUSEHOLD Martha I'Uinlllf M, Clmhric;, I I,i'I FOR SALE! Good business ofPAINTS 628 Starke. tfchg.

VII ONE STOPMASONRY and residential properties In I ANDSUPPLIES

PESTS .J...m"'" i I'. iitithrli, ., I SERVICE Starke, Improved and unlm-I i LAWN MOWING. Hedge FOR RENT Furnished

YOUR flnreI. ,,.lit nroved H. V. Knight. P. O. trimming. 8 days a veek. Satisfaction modern spacious one bedroom
i :><>TM I! III. Ml I : ', I
V 11_,._".. II.r. KTIIn Concrete
V ....... ,, I the ninif at the Stilt. nCI Ready MIX ull sizes Sund- Drawer F, City tfcha For All PurposesWE guarantee! Phone apartment. Air condition.
County Commissioner V U.."..... I Ploililii I I '\'" .i'"m".. C. riuthpli I I *. 'IJ Block; nil type ; i Toby or Larry O'Neal at 5JJ Renner Apia. Apply 633 Mc-
I I D..ai., J n.I; i )|{O"..w..o1| Si'fvt. Spurlll"bur. I PreriiHt Llnt 'l... l' 'er.thlngn'l'fIMury ; WAITRESS WANTED Apply MEET ALL ".1112. 4tp 4 21 Mahone St. Phone 964-5742.:
) -County-at-Large. C.vyytng l .t. Smith rnrollnnYOU I for concrete maftonry in person at Oarden P.est- ADVERTISED ttchg
nn- lii-re'v notlfloil thai construction.Ue ii-ant tfchg |
.a *4iilt In "<|Ulty hUH l .*enhnnuirht JACKSONVILLEPRICES: : rarrlshed <
meet prices on FOR RENT -
will a-iy offices,
: RENT 2nd floor
ugh/ you |"y MarI I
NATIVE OF BRADFORD COUNTY I ihn M (i Intlirln t In Ih.I') / I"'''' all m..terlal.thin\ Bradford FOR RENT-4 rooms bath 100 inefficiency apaitment corner Call & Walnut Sts,
i>'111 111",1) "101111, anti 'uHe' fntillMinf. County AND STILL furnished: apartment Call I 961.8201 rendition. Meaner .' al1'\\
Phone I suitable for doctors, lawyers
FAMILY MAN WITH of I. .. chillinn.
5 CHILDREN iiivt.ly MAINTAIN: QUALITY.. Call 989-1185 trchu' apply 633 McMahoi-s ft
I unit othir n-lli-l.I$ and your 353 N. TempleTR.tNSPORTATION etc. If Interested, inquire :at
,,ml, n-itiliiMl| ,I lu I fill' yoiurh CALVIN STARLING plumb- I .
i < n 11"MWnr tlt-fiMiHeii\ to tin CO.
AND BUSINESSMAN Ing repair Phone 984-6511 17 I NICE AREA TO BUILD
unplilfnt lit the otri >e uf tht
(Plirk of .,,1,1 Court In Starki,;. Ph. 961-2521 Starke years experience tfc'n- Keep your party together I BIG SAVINGS on used- No. 273-ABOUT 15 ACHES;:

r hone i Ft,...rh'I'. / ml to HCIVV i i.oo.. charter a Greyhound bus. Call! I Elec. Ranges, Automatic 94500. There is paved high-
"iii.-ii..r I on 1'1I.llIlIrr'1101""'" BIG PLOT IN A S'-IA1J..1 S. JAMES 984- .
ANNA Greyhound : tra -t
Give A this
Man Lacy Conway way frontage
Progressive .. Washers and Refrigerators -
Hi HIM V Knlxht) P. (>. I>rn\t TOWN No. 127-6 CRES --
9643965Florida F :Sitirki; *. l b'l..rIIi., all on r' REAL ESTATE BROKER 4051 or night 964-1044. Lacy I Your FIRE- roar town, and also railroad
Chance i.....funth",, -"Mil" ,lIlly of Aprli $13.200. There are 50 bearli.fTpecan Reg. Resident Many Years Conway Flying Service. tfchg at vontae. Lots of possibilities!
,, here, plus other STORE.
i "iln'" t Ii 'r. 'Ia. a PeimeTo trees STONE and $1350
(',.MfttHHn will l h" .Tter. ..iliFralnit fruit and ample I'oon' for gar Keystone Heights PURE OIL COMPANYHas : for $4500 price

Your Vote and- Support- you: Thin Notlri_. Mhuli. dening. Property is f-:,need, on State Road 21 No. two buy service stationfor FOR SALE Large 8 \'. o'" I WE own.HAVE OTHER PROPERTIES -
and in Tower
county road Near Madison
paved Walnut
lease at lots together WHATYOU
house 3 small TELL US
s.: -
Will Be Appreciated Post small town: mail delivery and 173-4331& : avail
Telephone : Sts. Paid training Close to town. Located at 403 I WANT!

: ehool bus routes to serve you 2tp 4-7 able. Call Travis Mathls, Jack. S. Cherry St. or phone !H4-, STROUT REAlTY

I CHEMICAL CO. rooms features long screened INTERESTED IN A P.\TI01j [U. S. 301]
bath :2 Specialists! Get trade 3 bedroomCB
,I porch. 3 bedrooms Call the FOR SALE or Phone 964-3491. SUrke
I Custom Made fireplaces some tile flooring. full 4" concrete slab with life house. Large family room. WILL keep small child In my

For Florida Living L-utane heat electricity phone time aluminum] patio cover. closed savage: double lot. Most home. Phone 964-1384.

Vote For The Candidate With A PLATFORM! G)'.-car garage. Also; a 2-ca.1 GAINESVILLE: AWNING CO. desirable location. M. A. 2tp 4114! Lake Home

YOU (Get !More helter;; and storage building 376-8888 Payne. 204 S. Glenn St. Phone LAKE BEDFORD

F'orYour $ $ 9 City water for property. Owner 984-2701 until 4'30: p m. 964- WILL MOW LAWNS. Phone

now wants a sma''er place. FOR SALE-Easy terms lots I 6792 after 5 and on weekends 984-3054 3tp 421' 10 room.* plus CB guest

JUneS C. Wilkinson No Salaried or Commissioned si-lls for $13.200 am; 29 percent 39 and 41 Crystal Lake n:>me- tfth. I House. 8 bath. gas hot water -
sites. Lake privileges each 100 I MALE HELP WANTEDMenIn
EmployeesDAD down. heaters. KIM stove, electric -
E. StislowP H- health 21 to 60. 8
X 180. $150.00 cash. good age
STROUT UK \LTV stove, gas space heater.
.. -.,-.-- V-- & BRAD LARSEN 2111 N. Temple Ava. 0 BIX 1003. Stark 4to 55 JOBSBulldoz..r hour day 5 days week. Two Large concrete patio. Beautiful -
4. vacation, state retirement -
LIKE TO WORK [lu. S. 301)] KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSEfor Operators weeks paid and Social Security. sloping lake front lot

FLORIDA HOUSE YOU Benefit! Phone 964-3491. Starke sale. Write or call V. Q Serv. Station AttendantSr. Write or contact Personnel with huge oaks $3.00O

\ McCov. Jr, P. O. Drawer 1148 Beauty Operator Department. Sunland Training down Owner on premises

WALKER'S SHELL or phine 376-7290. Galnivllle :Maids. Laborers White & Center, P. O. Box 1150 Gainesville Saturday Write i P. O. Box

AllSk.eson Display AND: F'a' tfeT Colored 4tchg 9 S I I 383. :Macclenny or Phone
: OF REPRESENTATIVES 8-10-12 Wides SERVICE < I Retired Couple House II I AL 9-4205 after 6 p.m.
I I Yz Baths <-ar port. Central heat and air & Income COCKS. Dishwashers curb FOR SALE 3 bedroom. 2

and ExpandableaI : I! condition. $2,500 down. No CentralEmployment !girls and waitresses! Apply at bath house In Green Acres.

.: Bradford, Clay GARAGE I I -loslni coots Payments $118J Lees Drive In. 2tchg 4'21 I large separate living room

J rpM 049-37O1 tfch garage, lots of storage chain
I New and Used I .
i Hercules Tires SERVICE link fence Call 964-6565 lip
: and Union Counties; I I FOR E-Vlllcan 44 :Ma<*- 419 ('..nt.., 9693741TRAILERS FOR SALE 19
.. 8Yr. financing available New Used Recaps I num sltrto action Rifle. $65I Dream 300 cc, red.: one owner, 1965 TRAILER 12' X M',

II I- 433 E. Madison I ..Jel'I'YVadsW'orth. Hampton. ,I FOR SALE OR like new. I39S. Ray Powell. I $2350 equity for only $500.
: .l I Use Our Rental-Pur- I tits 496-2231, or 496-3861. Lake I Contact L. B. Yon at Shell
RENT 8 ft. & 10 ft. wide. 2
961-8551 I -
I chase Plan Butler! 4teh S 5 Service Station at Lawtey.
Payments l
I Good prices
TOP RENT3 bedroom unfurnished bedroom. : I Itchg
i Under $30 Per Month good
condition good: trailers :
F LOT FOR SALE -Nice residential house newly decor- I FOR SALE Guernsey cow
section J28 x 1842. ..t-rt. 521 W. Pratt St. Ph. 964- teims. $1100 to $20007 per and calf. Make me an offer. EUNICE NURSERY

:. V YOUNG AGGRESSIVE Parker St. Call 0(5P-( 4431 tfrhv cent Down. Bal. $40$50 per \V. R. Johnson OrlffU Loop. 1 Azaleas 3 for $1 up. Band-
600. S. I month. 5 trailers at this price. Starke. 969-4043. Itchg ,I ed annuals. Roses fruit and

COLLEGE GRADUATE: NOWMobile 3701. tfchg FC'R RENT Att'noHv*. 3 I First come first served. Ph I 'shade trees and shrubs. All

'"""''room' house unfurnished I 969-2452 for appointment to. Beautifully Wooded: 7 acres container grown. 2 miles Northof ;

; Home SitesAVAILABLE FREE with new LawnMower a'so furnished: anl nn'iim''i-, see. Itp fenced. 680' frontage on SR I Lawtey off 301. Ph. 782-

: -2 gal. gas can I. -H onartments. (rood location. I 200A near Lake Santa Fe at 3465.

& visual oil \Kuace-At W I!. Nollman. 510 N. Cherry TWO BEDROOM BlockHouse Earlton. J. J. Bennett. 11402
Ten Years Successful
Business For Sale Rent. 632
Experience St. tfchg or I Elaine Drive Jacksonville I FOR RENT -2 bedroom un-
Full Lake Privileges your Pinewood\ Drive.\ Rent !50 Ivrnlfhed house. 525 W. Pratt
I 768-6083. Itchg
: PLATFORM Homestead Sale terms reasonable. F. N I
'I ExemptFinancing I St. Call 864-4431. tfchg
to BE GENTLE be kind to: that I
BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY O borne. Tel, 904-6601
: For AH. Road expensive carpet. Clean It with 4 ?! FURNISHED APARTMENTS
1. Fair Representation 5. Adequate and Safe :' LAKE : 4to
Blue' Lustre. electric

: 2. Quality Education. 6. Improved Care for Senior Citi. Two very nice Lake Front Rent -2 be Lake Geneva Starke Hard
hampooer $1.
: RELIABLE ;MAN OR WOMANTo : plied Phone 4-7271 964-
3. Home Rule. zens. Homes on paved roads. Con- or Cottage Parents. Age 21 to 64.
: and Taxation. tact me tnimediately! for a ware. Itchg take over Watkins Route: in 5671. tfchg gooi: health 8 hours day. 5
4. Attraction Development 7. Fair
Trailer SalesOn quirk sale A. J. Thomas Starke. Good for up to $65 days week; Mln. Education.10th .

: of Industry. Realtor. Starke, Fla. Tel. 064- ONE FOR '-OI..OSF FOR A weekly to start. No Investment grade vacation sick

RELATIVE OR FRIEND Eet own hours. Permanent LOT FOR SALE 100'xl83'
B701. your leave, and retirement benefits.
Route One Mile SE
Win With Wilkinson On May 3rd Kryntona IUO Heights<< Beautiful bu1l>'ln? lots overlooking opportunity. Full or part Crystal Lake Homesites. Lake Write or see Personnel Manager -

FURNITURE FOR SALE Hampton Lake. Look I time. Write C. R. Ruble. Dept. privileges. 11.000 cash Pavcd Suntand! Training Cen
S (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Open Sun. & Kvenlnars Hilda Willtaj.m, house behind them Box No. M'mDt' load.
I over and take your pick. I A-3. 2447, Eva Feagle, phone 969- ter. P. o. Box 1150 Oalneavllle. -

S City Hall. Hampton. ltp I A. J. Thomas Tel. 964-5701 Tennessee 381032tp 4U| 2411. 4tp 421 Fla. 4tchg 5,501 ,


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rmi. --L
",ifJ ., ,
s from throughout: the n.itIonme I
I r I I expected! to compete fur
valuable prUe Admission i 1.>
I free uiid tlic. \ Hi be liouilyiie
Best For Bradford : : + : OLD "PAYS'> I | diawmits unj u special GET CASH
I $25 U. S Savings bjnj will b:
: uset> To cur awnickj: at the close of Uie

Burns I show Additional: inuiiii.ition; : II i 1!
Johns o FAIT I Immediately
I ii.iniuble t.aunih ilj Ui" '
Coin Shop) 811 W Ii',.i.&.. ,:,
."r' I
Ave UuluP5\'llle,
"A' poll released this week by the as Acting Governor, will stand ,
Florida, Institute of Public Opinion is good stead in running at large > ." Alachua History $25 tO; (I $600Do
of particular interest to Bradford sprawling 24-county district i.1

Countians for it indicates that three of his two opponents has this -. II To Be FeaturedOn

candidates for top political office in advantage of widespread :.J.J'J Chanel 5 TV You Have
whom voters of this county should be and myriad warm friendships ? i .

most interested are "out in front" in out the district which is I An unusual interest program, Pl'oduced of historical ,by- O Too many payments to make?

the campaign at this time. area than nine states of the .
the Qninosilllp: Public LibranIn )
First- among: the three is: Senator Johns also has many ,, I roopcintionllh the Alnchua O Too many bills to pay?

GOVERNOR HAYDON BURNS. In things going for him-not the I County Historical: Commission

the 31 counties covered by the poll to of which is the fact that he if Ij j will be shown on Chan- Do You Need Extra Cash NOW?
date. Governor Burns, was jfiven a ed, will be "Dean of the Senate" nel 5. WUFT-TV at 8:30: p. In

alight edge of 35.6 percent over Scott all the prestige and influence Thursday: Apr 21.
The 30 minute show will LET ('S HELP vorViril
Kelly with 34.9 cent title infers. With the balance of \
per ':) King consist of Intel'vie'xs with old- \ YOUR) :MONEY IMiOHLEMS::
High trailed with 28.5 per cent. so completely in the hands of time residents, photographs or;

,_ In Bradford County,' however, the coupties" in both houses of the i I, Important people! bullc'in We Arc Trained To Help!
poll indicated Governor Burns: receiving lature, it is more important end objects, and other tnfj.-.
before that the small counties mntlon about the rust and
59 per cent of the vote (at this

time), to 28 per cent for Kelly and what; little vestige of power present Entitled of"The Alachua Heritage County W Town Finance Co.
IS muster in the 1967 Legislative
per cent for High. : Live." it Is thf fuel such television -
\This indication Senator Johns with 30 years I in this ,
production area
S that Governor Burns) 22fi(! ;N.; Temple ,he -:- Phone 961-9091
ienee the recognized dean ,
.a still the strong favorite in Bradford and and ioull:! be of intriest to
upper house would adults and children. alike I 1-
is '
no !surprise and shows that
the best hope of the small :'
hefhas lost none of the support he

had two years ago when he polled al- retaining a semblance of ; r .

inost 50 per cent of the vote in this the l legislative halls'! at : A.. .

county in a field of six candidates. Bradford County should-

t.lWe believe that Governor Burns doubtedly* ( will seek'! to "hold Gospel Meeting
we've got" by helping to re-elect .
wflj) do as well--or even betterin .
ator Johns on May 3. mnnv parts of Bradford County -
Bradford County on May 3, as the
as my father Charley Meridian -
poll}) predicts and deservedly so. was a minister and ,: --,- -;- l
The third category reported
Neither of his two opponents has preached Just about all over
shown any (good reason for UI! to desert pollsters in which this the county Ant ys, I have '
"our also take satisfaction was! : picked many: a stiawbcriy
neighbor" from Jacksonville .
and join ranks with others from more CONGRESSMAN: D. R. ( ) We moved away in 1930 and! ., Clnu1cb of Christ
distant areas. MATTHEWS who was I have never been back-only ,
having 56 per cent of the vote ( 'sassed thiough. But I lovel.ndford ,
i .
-There is:' no question!' that Governor i County and shall always ,
Burnt has provided dynamic leader- now) to 44 per cent for Rep. i iI : think of it as home. and 635 McMahon Street
ship for the state during his two-year qua.The the many fnunda, I shall never!
most unpleasant thing
term. We believe that the million I forget.My .
$300 -
the Second Congressional home
boy brought a
road bond program he proposed is that the voter must make a you can paper the other day and t > APRIL 25-MAY 1
wall,sound, and would have been of inestimable between two such personable my surprise it was the Bradford -
value to the growth and spec- County Telegraph, the
able candidates as Billy '
prosperity of Florida especially food little paper I lead when I wa'a I'
Don Fuqua. Much as we A'oek,
areas such as that not child
our are served 7:30: P.M. NIGHTLY
to keep both of them in :: super- Your strulvMrs
by the network of interstate high-
for less
however reapportionment has Annie Me McOraff!
ways.. that we must make a choice, and u-e Route 1, Box 234 Robert 11. Hell

.....Unfortunately, this road program is no good reason as we see it, hop- High Soilnss: Fla Theme
was ,opposed by those!' with political sert our friend Billy Matthews. }: the psc-: :
motives in the hope of undermining at leguliu Coin Show Set
That this is the general
the prestige of Governor Burns They throughout his old district! is ; to con April 16-17 "THE RELEVANCY OF GOD"
succeeded in their efforts to defeat
for fooJ
ced by the fact that Congressman : ;! Tn GainesvilleThe
the road bond program which would! thews has gained the support : ] : .,, -
have permitted the State's 996't Is or.:
primary The
newspapers! (seven including this ) thlrj annual Oalncs-/ Speaker
road system to remain competitivewith in his campaign for re-election to : thai tile Coin Shaw !in/ scheduled
the Interstates reasonabl for National Coin Week Apill
gress from the new Second thin ROBERT II. BELL EVANGELIST
16-17. at the Unlvcislty Inn
3 As for Mayor High certainly voters Public endorsement of Lon ,
the Gainesville!
In this area can dismiss his bid for the lowe
has also been given by
7oln Club, the show will feat-
the Governorship without a second' of Student Bodies of both the 'ire competition In se"erul

thought. With Dade County soon to sity of Florida and Florida State beer ate,' orles. and mi exhibit of Everyone Welcomed!
has. bu
conrol both houses of the state legislature versity. 'old coins from the Florida
it would seem there is enough They feel that the seniority yo: i Hate Museum I I --
Coin collector' and d"a'ers|
already in the hands of the
power during his 13 years in Congress price
Gold Coast without turnlng'the Gov- ing in membership on the -: quality

ernor's office over to that section also. propriations Committee, is of of pro on l DOUBLE DIVIDEND : Elegance by Caprice. Price by Chevrolet.
Bradford County should l-and undoubtedly able value to the three :

will be strongly in the as well as the several junior It !Is it

Burns, column. again on May 3. and many elementary and bran:' ,-
schools in his district
SENATOR CHARLEY E.; JOHNSof The Wakull County News |I one

Starke. The poll indicated' that it up by saying: "Congressman I : : or are

Johns (as of now) would have 44 per thews is on the powerful try a :

cent of the vote in the entire 24-coun- tions Committee add to : only fam c I w wi

ty district. Sen. Hal Davis of Quincywas personal contacts and influence I you

shown with 29 per cent and Sen.J. oped in 13 years In Congress, his : : buy-

Emory "Red" Cross of Gainesville suasive speaking ability his saves tv v _

was credited with 27 per cent. ness in getting the job done and, to;:

.. Here again, this substantial lead by all the warmth of his home-spun dlff en' SURROUND YOURSELF WITH MUSIC AUTOMATIC HEATING COOLING SELECT YOUR DRIVING POSITIONAdd
,'Johns is! no surprise although some sonality and we have a man in savings AM/FM/ Multiplex Stereo radio Like Comfortron even wrings moisture from Tilt-telescopic steering wheel you can

I. would argue that it i is underestimated. Matthews who must be kept in : '! shop- traveling with your own orchestra. Four humid air.. Order it and set the thermostat order, adjusts up down, in and out. And
." Bermuda" climate all year round. you get in and out without crouching.
They Senator Johns speakers Solid state for "instant music. on a
give a chance of gress. to an-

;"''winning; over both opponents in the Bradford County voters should !
first primary. : : : .
undoubtedly will-agree with

'Sen. Johns' 30-yel1r legislative! -ca cision and cast a majority of '
stra during which he served as President votes on May 3 to help return : : : : tine des cl c

of the Senate, as well as a term Matthews to Congress.Farmer's : I pa-kagr armrurw

: er\'les; J _
: pinch o'

everything : ; el foo ____.
: ; one-haU!
Diary whether or not the ,
got !good prices ,
-J in 1 an -
I remained very cool, and that it looks as If we begins tr Order Strato bucket seats with smart cen There's up to 427 cubic inches of quiet seat belts front and rear padded instrument
has helped l the berry growers new agricultural ter console in Caprice Custom Coupe, or authority on order for leveling steep grades panel padded sun visors, outside
v by keeping the fruit firm and the fair grounds-state Whirl- add Strato back seat with center armrest. --with plenty of reserve for sale passing mirror (use it always before passing).
location to house the
thus more marketable
county- andstate 9" pan
.4 However prices on berries offices, including arise' CHEVROLET I .m4 I !GM I
County Agent
i at"weakened'the auction Recording market to have one i I ,Ins. Lonnie Harley ; over mix-:star DOUBLE

I O:>on aupportel-: the ; layer o'
of the, veteran berry pro>iu2- : DIVIDEND DAYS !
Spring/ Is officially here, according cuts down I I county commission ; pour
ers, and that just "
; to the trees. and Commissioners s sI
the chances of the growers to i NO.1 BUYS NO.1 1 CARS
,which have budded out and have a profitable season. Pro- I Roberts and Zedra 4 Now at your Chevrolet dealer :
thus proclaimed the change of duction started very late, and,1[ voiced their approval Cut into r
:saasons But the nlghta hale garn -- .....-", ....... ""
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:I .. ... MATTHCW, CDITOH AMO uaLI."E1 1 I to Caprice Custom, Coup, _

FLORIDA'. OLOMT 'W UNDI..KLY TNt NEWIPAPITINUOUW.V SAME "MA U.LI.H.D..THO I : I _.All.._kinds! .of.good- .buys. .all!!.In..one.place..at.. !. ::. ...your. ,Chevrolet d-aler's: ::.Chevrolet_ :_Cheyelfe: Chevy_ ..H:.Corvalf! ;:_Corvette?_ O'J t 81U- __


Posy Orric AT BTAKKC. FLA UNOIM AOT Or MARCH e. I.T., l I I. Bradford

( OUTSTOB> TRADB XRDA ON'* TAAJl $".01>> . KX MONTHS { I j Annie' PHONE: 96 t.3901J
Mae McClellan\ I have, lived I.I U. S. 301 NORTH STARE, FLA.
of a husband I .

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_ .................... ,of Black Mountain. N C. spent Gainesville.! : LAKE: BAITIST !NOKIIIMDK\ BAPTIST
spent the weekend with I 1.\UItA BAPTISTSunday
her land !in auliiaavllle a few days School. 0:45 a. ni. Morning
the weekend with his mother Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nel- \ mother, Mrs. FlosMe Rosier. I this week. Worship 11 a. m Intel'mediates School. 9.45: a m Sunday School. 8.45: a. m. Located! on Bdylcss lii ii-"

LAWTEYBy \ Mrs. Joyce FutchAlias lie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Mr and Mrs. Ray Reddish We are' pleased to note that and:! Young People' Morning Worship! 11 a. in. Morning Woishlp 11 a. in. way rsil 225lat': Ralford ROil.I .

Arthuiine Blanchard Boi-h and Lynn were Mr and and Michael ,spent the week 'MI's. James Crawford is: at Choir PI'acUee.U: p. m Evening Worship. 7'30: P. m mining: Union. 6:15: p m I SR. 16 I. Services: Suii'l.i

Km B!.*wrbar4 of Jacksonville) ; visited Miss Mrs Tom Whaley of Jackson I end in Tallahassee with Mr I home otter undergoing bUl'Iel'Y!, Youth Fellowship. 5:43.: Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. Evening: Worship'' 7:30: Midweek School 10 a. min::! n fir,

Enza Blanchard over the v 1111. Mr and Mrs. Maine Reddlsh's'othel'InIaw\ and In Bradfoid County Hospital Training! Union, 6:15.: WMU 7:30: p. m,-Rev, Luthe:' McGee Prayer Service Wcdn sny. Mornina WorshIp 11 1 R fr)

..................4. weekend Grlffl.s of Pnlatka and Mr and 'I' sister. Mi and Mis. J. O Puns 'Her mother. Mis. Ruby Oll Player Circle. 7:15.: Evening pastor.BItOUKER. :: 7:30.: Choir Practice n-to: Training Union. 6:30: p m

CHl'KCH S'IIEUlf.tS> : Mrs. W. O Rhoden of Ocala I Mis Virgil\ Griffls of nniford and minily.Mr I'I Ron la spending\ this: week \\1th Worship.: 'I ::30.Wednesday p. m. -Rev. Jim Rlsd,in, supply Evening Service 7:30Ild:

Oraee Methodist Sunday \viui I a weekend 1t01' of hei' I' Plums with the W, F : and Mto. H, T Bennett I the Ci'ttwfords. : Prayer and BPTls'rSunday pastor \\
School 9.43: a, Woishl.i, biothti-in-lnw and sinter Mi Mfloie family on Sunday were! were \vi-ltin their son-in-law An (:cxcerp from, a letter )ietclved Praise Service 7:30: p. m School. 10 a. m. day. 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn L.,- _
m,1 end\: Mrs II. C WulnwiUht.Mr. ; Mr ni.d Mrs J.V, Thoma and ,' Morning Worship 11 a, m 1 Lou
I'IIIY"1' 'nu// It a. m and 8 p m, & "
nnd Mis Enrlc Denmark Training Union, 6:30: p. m
Circle Monday 9 R, m MYFJ i iWednt'sday and sun oi Hendersonvllle. N'I Glenn Williamson In Mapclcnn i, who had nat: seen the Tele- : Sunbeams. Junior Worship. 7:30.: Player Sunday School 10 u m ,
and son and Floyd Denmarkof Evening
C Mib. S. D Andrews
7pm.I I ./ SunoavSatutdny giaph for many years and Intermediate! OA'8. 7:30. Morning/ Worship 1 11 I a. m
Jacksonville. Mrs. Lois Cm'tel' I Meeting. Wednesday. : !
Maundy ThuI'8I1ly\\'lts! oujfcarred children of Wildwood who I vl1 tol'., of Mr. and Thank you sincerely for the J:30 p. m Beginner, Prlmal'Y.and and Sunbeam everyother Training Union. 6:30: p. m : ARE TERMITES 1
and Mr aldoh's.: RA. OA.
Lt'o'll spent the weekend. Chuck :Mis A. D. Dj-bbs were Ernest I IHewotI Bradfoid County Telegraph, Junior Choirs 4:30.A .
at the Church Thuisrtay : : i Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer I DESTROYING
Stalling weie Easter dinner I Moore of U of F, Mis. JlminlaMoou I ] Thursday afternoon ,
I I and son Jerry of Tal- You kind und I was :,
week were &o 30
of last Wednesddv:
evening for all
place ages Nurserypiovided. ; Meeting.
guests of Mr and Mis. Guoiite! I and daughter of Lees- lithas'eeVI I Rev. James Temple, pastor.DEDAN :1
first Baptist Sunday I Shuford and children. I so buipiUed.; Rev Felder L. Row I p. m. -Kev, R. E. Bei-Bstrom.!: ? i
School 10 a. moo Woi-hlp! 11 H Vlsltois of Mis. John SlmfOI'd -I burn. Mr and Mrs P C To- I ltln ( Mrs Resale. Reddish I read It from cover to cov an, pastor. = BAPTIST [Brooker] pa.1 tor.

m and 8 p. in. TrHlninv! Un- doi and sons of Gainesvilleand mel the weekend were her er. 3aw! quite a few names I Sunday School. 10 a. m TREE
ice"" mid Dave on Sunday Mr. and Mrs Tom Casey jriandchildien. Vicki and Don- remeiiibeied: I wish all localities :Morning Woiship 11 a. m
ton 7 p. in.. Midweek! .sen | were Phil Shufoid of Tallhniee -- 'I PINE: lEVEL BAPTIST BtUI.MI \PTIST, INSPECTION
and family ald Reddish of Ralford.Ml.e had a* good a paper ns Training Union. 7pm. Even-
W 'dne'ddY 8 in.
I IShufol'd
> p AIL! Mr and Mr*; Joe Sunday School 10 a, m.
; of KiruMeyj i School. 10 a. m.
Lonnie Piecolt Sunday
Terry Pons. who Is this. Friday when I readIt Rev. .
_ Church of Oodr Sunday St.I I a Every Morning' Worship, 11 a, m. Ing Service, 8pm. -
School) 10 a. m.. Worship 11 a, < and family of I Lake was vlsltlnn Mrs HaUl I tudoiit, of U of F spent the. I Jliali I think of you. e-Servlces I Booster Band, Lacy Conway. pastor.CIU'ItCH ; Morning Worship 11 a. m t&
AUKiistlne/ Dnrle.". Miss, Stun PiescottMr i weck.-ni: with her mandparents. Tralninn Union. 6:30: p. In.
m. and 7:30: p m.TTPE, Wed- ; Mrs Evelyn Hatcher, Ernest aid Mrs: U W. Bennett I Mi and :Mn Bryant E.- Young< People and Prayer OF GOD Evening! W I'shlp. 7::30.) .i1'!1- "
nCMlav 7-30: m. JVuyei( btrv-. I H. L. Speer 73 I
Mis 1... WIlkNon( Service) 6 p. m Fvpning .
Ntapicr. B. *and chIldren Sunday and they Reddish 422 N St Clair St. Stas'kC.Sunday wcek! Piavor Service Wedndov. *" -
lees Friday 7,30 p. m Jr. :Mi: and Mrs i Ronei Eelwauls. : Worship, 7 p. mUlweek: : 539: E. CaW 9 N(;1-3965: !
dedication of Rev R L
Suad.iv all attended the I Mi and Mrs P, L Dlnkiiv Was Retired School, 10 a, m.1| 7-30: ;p m -
Highland;:: Baptist i Service Wednesday. 7:30: p. I
I' Mr and Mrs. Jeriy ] the Clay Hill BnptlttChinch Taggal't pastor ,
11' [ new had all! of their children with Worship Services. 11 a. in and i
School 9:45: a. m. Woishlp Wilkl.,011 and their families: all Farm Agent --Rev.. D.> L. Ramsey. pastor I'
.. m. and 7 ppi.: Piavei I Imectlnn I them Sunday: Mr. and Mrs I 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday ,
1 of Jacksonville were vlsitlnnMr Mi nnd Mrs Johnny Jenkins Paul Dlnklns Ji. and David of 7:30: p. m Prayer .IeotlnR |.

Practice Wednesday Saturday p.7 m.iChoir 1 p i and Mrs B. L. Wilkison I and children of Jacksonville St. AiMu.stlne.: Mr and Mrs Herbert Luwsoii Speer. 73. CALVARY BUTIST Friday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S GLASS That's Our Busness; I
I durin' the weekend I of Staike. died Thursday.
1 I : spent Sunday with Mr.and Jim Bi ton of Jacksonville Mr Sunday School 10 m Williams. pastor.
01 I Th2 V. L. StniliiiB: home aft.r llruednv, Ill- a
: Mis. O. J. Anders and Mrand April 7. a
VLsiliiiK the H C' H.u'IIO'Y and Mrs Hoi ace Cox of Waldo Morning Worship, 11 It's CII.ISH We Il.iv] II"
II. m. "If
I j I i was the center for the Ciuce : Mrs' Bill Andeis Joinei and Mr and MIll Charles ness. A native of Amerlcua PrTACOST.IIOI.IS"S::: ; :!
family Sunday weie MiiRalixi Training Union. 6:30: m
i family dinner. Out of to\\n ther.i at dinner. Dlnklns of Stal ke. Ga. Mr. Speer was a retired P. Sunday School. 10 ,< m :_ CAM. WRITE I: orS VISIT
Hill and f,1dau hter Evening Service. 7:30. Prayci
Kuest \\el'e'M)'. und Mis. RO'I ')- Mr and Mrs. W H Gools- Visiting Mr am Mis Call aarilcultuinl fluent. fer.inin : Morning Worship. 11 a. m FOR ANY CLASS; NEED:
:Mrs Johnny Starllnii.of AVvnPu'k I Meeting ay. 7-30: p
el'!. Ci'iltoii and sons' of Jack- by. Jr am family were vlslt- this capacity in Palm Beach Evangelistic\ Service 7pm
and Mr( and l Mr Fiep- 1 Prevail durlnv the weekend m. -Rev, R. H. Butler. pastor! Modern. Store Front.
We Design
soii-ille. Miss Oeitle FaicCruce County los niai.vciis Prioto ) ,
jug Mi, and Mrs J. II Four- were Mr and Mrs. Wayne Midweek:! : Service. Tuesday

man:Mi StailhiK and Mis of Rph Jacksonville rulch and Mis T. K. Lin/.y ol I nkn. Mi. : and Mis Ooolshyt Holllm.worih of Staike and this he taught Smith-Hush I ,AIRPARK BPT1ST 7:30: p. m.Jack MC ulta. I Just Mail Us A Pattern For

; t in Bilce\llle and Mrs. Leslie es vocational a-IMC, III tor. '.
Mr. and Mrs Ralh; Futch of Sunday School.! 9.43: a. m. pap Table TopsSHEA'S !

Sweat and dtiuxhter in Black Mountain. N C, couibes: In the Glade Sectionof Morning Worship, 11 it. m. IIICST PKKSHITIIKI'' '

:VLt x\lile. Mr. and Mis Phil Eunice of.Ucau'PY Palm Beach, Couiuv n Evening Service 7-30:: p. m
had l been a resident of Starke Sunday School, !0.15 a. in GLASS CO.NOT
Mr and Mis Johnny Hnl'vey .
C. Jones Funeral HomeSl."IU :\ and AI thur Melton Player Meetlna. Wed-itesday. I
vl-lted hi"mint. for the past ,iven years cor.i- :Mornln: Woishlp. i ll I u In .
-i I Macclenny '
>f Waldo were Sunday visitor 7:30: p. m Training; Union.
: Beach Youth Follow'ship. >'I i m ( INC.)
Ina heie Pa'.m p.
Mamie Futch Sun- .
E. -PHONE; !lfil- (>IMIKKYSTONE of Mr and Mrs J. H. Eunice County Filday. 7:30: i 1). in. -Rsv E L Choir Practice Thutsda\ 7 30

day. Mr and Mrs. Robert Rosier: 'Cilffls tol'. 1 1313 NAVTilh I 1'1 fl;;iini. ville. Flu. Phono FR2-n.p,3:!: :)
() I .11LICIITS(; -I'HONE I7:1-J17B: : ) ClInICS Shuforcl was visltlnu of Jacksonville and Mrs :Mi Sfieei, was n ;rembe' 01 PH P. m. I

S his .on-in-lnw and dau\htei' In Roblcr'b mither Mrs Sam the First Ba.:>tt"t Church o. \..
r Stal'keJahl Temple of tin,'
Tamp the middle of th. Biistow of Hawthorne and : I IShi
Rei\ta1 1 Services week. Carl Shufoid of Fan Inc in Ml itil, tiVf) -> -.in',
Will Harvey of :Mulberry were
Gallie visited his parents Satui''nrf Lodge. aad was a veteran of '
HOSPITAL I5EDS \\IIKEL; : I'lIAlKS : overnight weekend:Mrs James guests Rosier of Mr. and Wor: W II' I An investment in Your Future -" = ..

Mi,. Hnnk Caller nnrtdauahteis Suivlvlng ve his wife. Flor- m
t., CKI(ITCHES: Mis* Elizabeth Terry vlsltc: Slu :

.=-- ::.==----, -,.-..--.....:< ------ .----.- --. .- of Columbia.--=.-..- S. -C her=- cKter 1 Mrs C. E. =Strlck-- :,, .Bo-land xle! H.uiU dauahti-i( ofthens.! ( c peer:Mrs 01. Ernest 0110:Stake.one : P.. L il t t El (k{ If La r li U It l I{ ,!-

brothel, Alva E. Speer of ".-iwl jm MMI k, tan HI jw kMl. *'

Ochlocknee. Gu. and John

. T'AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Sims Speci .it. Venice, FU

one sister Mil.. C J. Cheves

of Griffin. G.t. and tao,
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Funeral. serlces were hek''

Air Conditioninjr-lleatinu( at 2 p m Saturday In UK # / ,. /
Beauty: .\'udt>myPOWELL'S f.ADIES WKAn Office HHancock t ,
1 (IUipnl(!' First Baptist; Chuich vi t

RUSS PIKER 1\\ Rev. W A. He.tan officiating( I IItb / :
_ "5 "
Authorized All'temp Cherry' Office Interment: .cu' in Evergreen I ICemHel \-' ",
Heating Air Conditioning Beauty AcademyLearn Y uncle dl.ectlol0 ;: \

SHKKT METAL.RfMldentlul Gainesville's Address Meet For Fashlonaol'Ladles EQUIPMENT: DeWitt C Jones Funcrn. I' This I In only! a building but It Is a ,, '1'I'T : .:r. .;

Commercial a ProfeHsioa. In Your I Rml Home I special, building for it. is the worship i'.
!hCoronaAut.nortseclDt'al"t ,
!Spine' Time. Full or Pait Time A '
ES-SUJTS-.cOAT4! Active pallJal: were R .
-Iixlilxtrlul : place for Gods people. It is a ft. .s .,., ;
R"t.-.n..t..lfttl..n-. \lea I> \'\" &" KVKMNU: .:; ; C'..,' 'U:'" riurr-\'Irior TotalU Green. Ji.. 0 J. MrOilff J. I .
2702: N,E:. 115th,Dr.Gainesvill'7 low Tiiitiini Terms, MVTERNITY WEAKACCKSSOKIES Adding< Mnrhtnes.-Calculate L F Dlnkln Orb A. Wip .':.ll.s II place where one may go to study, 1r;,:. ;.t--: ,., .,

I |lOT lIu,,''lI1.. and W II andhearGod'mwortlpi'earhed.' .
\; : !t : SAIJ'S: -SERVICK- RENTAL I s. _
219 N.W. 10th\ Ave. Gieen I S 4 5
AUTO !''L\US; & ViCE: 7 W University (luiine.sviIle1 I SAVE TIME: -dlicim SOUr reqiilremen II I "...faith einnrtk/ by htariiiq; and 'e .
(,..11".11I.. .S7K- 7llft (. with at flnt. I
-_ Ii I hearing by Me wtrrd of Cod" _ _ _ ,
Barkley Motor Inc. 828 N, Main St OalnesvlU' i
TRIVMPU CHAIN SAWS Phnn.. 711\1\1\! \ CHURCH If there are unanswered questions

FIAT MUSTANGMobile I II I in juur mind go seek. '
A. & J. Saw
HUAMAN .* SCNBEA31VOLVO PAINT & CLASS thIJINEWS and find God in his house tills

S I & Mower Co.Joe Homes, Inc. : I Sunday. ." j14

SALES We Specialize& SERVICE In !: nitoraon." Mgr.Homelite New Moon Pacemaker Liddell Paint & ('hul'chrM1''' Invitee I 000 I. -r "

Factory Trained Mechanic: Chain Saw Skyline.- Rivleia To I.Nt. Their ScnedulMIn I It'litiT Thi Church I it God's appointed agency in t. 4j\

Glass Co. This Column this world 'for ipftading, the knowledge ol .
CapelluCavalier MKTIIOUIST: His 'love 'for nan and ol His demand forman
Repairs & Parts. All Makes Down payment .. low as $100 Mirror Blidln Ooor Sunday Church School ; la respond to thai love by loving his

O..in.esvtU. 372-4371 UratHy Tractor Midas Tub Encloiurwi Show 9:45: h. m, Morning Worship. neighbor. Without this grounding in 'the 1
A Service 4820 NW. 13th St. 441 North Door! Windows' Awning I 11 a. m Youth Choir practice. love ol' Cod, no government or society or '
_ JEEP Uulnexville. 378-1346 Snack Supper lorMYF ol lilt will '/' '
Carpet > Witllpap Star 4 p. M way long persevere and lot ,
2022 N.F.. Dlv.
pasgi, of Wheel' Drl,. C.unesvUle I front Consultation. 6 p. m, MYF meetings freedoms which we hold so dear will, in-
Phone 372-3088;
I 6:30.: Evening Woibhlp. 7:30: vilnbly peri h. Therefore' even from a (
Motorcyc1eScooter8Streit's !
Junt Off Wnl lu
< Road 116 N W. Sixteenth at.
Monday Gill Scout TI'OOj.ln1l'ettnJs lelfith point of view, one should
RAiLERAMertoa. : ...- GAINESVILLE support
Y O : 373-l
Bicycle Shop In Fellowship Hall: the Church for ,the sate ol' the welfare/ of J J55cr _ _
('n N'IPETE 1'.HODUrTS HONDA Trooj; 605. 3:15: : Tioop: 606. himself, and his 'family. Beyond that, how- 4

Motor MOTORCYCLES PUT:; SKUVICK:: 4:30: : Trflo:> 601.( 5-30: Wes>le\" I should
Ridgway Co. Cuilunan it Vispa So olen MYF meeting every person uphold and _ _
lU2 ...' hLainG..inesvlh72$43I INSIST THAT ALL Y011ftENC'RETE an Sub-district participate< in the Church because it tells .
: PROIt( :CTS riirstinAzunappMoorcycies.Bidee IRENE'S Woithlngton: Spiiins:! 7 ;Jl t. I i the truth about mon's lift, death and '

ARE THE BEST FRt,4 & aervto I p. m and deitmy, : the truth whi SCHWINN Wpcliicsday, Primary i
: Poodle Salon ,fret t la live as a child! of God. '
B & G Motors Co.VADULACOLDsiioRua. Edwards Building Locksmith: & Scfe W.rk Junior Choir practice. 3:15: p I .

113 W. rntrrnUy An.Ollln..n. POODLE: CKOOMINO: : m Family r-illlht Supper in.. t.1
Supply, Inc. .. n4l.1111 Fello-\fhlp Hall. 6:30. : p. : i web .
A SPECZ.I.TYOjoOnhing : "t
BALEST1je &ERVICS; i Thursday Chancel Choir ,rs. :;:. -tr4'fsi: :.
7X8 8. Mjln : !:: _
\ Selection .of Used Cr -372-4814 \lOTOIU'Y( ('I.ES and Supplies For I Heh .\1sal, 7:30: p, in.FIls.r 'I II .... ':s; a irks r, '

Taken On Ondtllau I.' ? _Trade OAINrMVILIJS. FIJI All Breeds : ., : ,

THKCYCLE Toy Stud Sen'IcePuppies BtPTIST. STARKE/ .__:
nfl N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Far Sale I I Sunday Sunday School. I

PHONE= ".-1515 EI.J.'TIUCJOTOHS; : SHOP 9:45: 1m.. MOl'nlnloWOl'sI11|>. I

670( S. Main I 11 a. in. scimon "Our Baptist ,; .iOllN c.i.__Sb O. .
Pinna PerformanceS ELECTRIC NORTON= BULTACO Gainesville 372-0000 Church Covenant Tialnina!
AiA: BHAI.KS Motor Repair Co. I Union. 6:15: p. m Evenln.
:M U T O It t1 V |I3 I. K: 8 SKJNS; !, Worship. 7:30. sermon A I IConl1'a"t
"' or !! AND SKKICK: : K\ille. Inc.

CLEAN USEU CARS Repairing Rewinding Coinplrlf' Srrtii-f A I'arln WILLIAMSNeon Monday of Cain YWA and meeting Abel"I at These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

New and Used New & t'mvl, niiu hlnei In stock home of Mis. Dot Tallinn. 7
1031 S. Main Gameavill Kusy: 1.unhcncing Terms Signs Inc. 1
p m. Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store
\\ ()RK (;iI.. \\TKKI1.: : Available Tuesday- Lottie Moon Cu- 1 Lawson Meat Market

Phone 3,TS-2136. "Slrn: ) 1'p With ".llIIan..." ExchangeIonl1rv I "YOl'K(' HKALTII I IS; OHK
1030 S. Main[ Gainesville, Sil :N.\\ 8lh A\e. cle meeting, 7:30: p. m.
'.. I Wednesdiv Prayer Meeting MAIN. I CONCKRX"Free :' si.. :> .....liili/r
Phone 372-8318: Gainc.svllle 378-3660 NEXDN: SIGNS II 1I1'.rS..I-t | Custom MUughlrr
Tropical Pontiac, I :, 7pm. Adult Choir practice -,' Ionl1rv .mint Del i\ cry Phon 91; l-ll I lh1 l"lf. Cutting & Wrapping
i Riii| | '
Inc MOVERS{ SalesSt'rvlce. Maintenance I a P. m, 1'MCO T1HKS: -\TTKK1KS: I'rrpitriMl Kor l>w.p rreezoI'HONK .

i'Aim: MTIPMINT:< : Erections Alterations! Thurs., Apr 21- Visitation; I'etrolruni' l'r
TRUCK owe CENTER: Long DI"tanceloving "Your Designs. or Our. I 10 a. ni. and 7 p. m.

TON TI A OMO Santa Fe Tractor Local 2720 N.K, 20th Way and "rt.f. I .
N.W. 8t.htve.. Gtune.v1J1. Drayage Gainesville /I IIK1I.BKONN UAPI1ST Abstract Co. Appliance Center \\ t'4' \;

24 11t: Inc. s.rinjc| 1..IJljf-ll.rath.A. Sunday School 10 a. mj .
1111) 372-HOOfl Nitei 376-5964 j Morning/ Worship 11 a. m.I ]l.'S;) W. ('.\1.1. STKEKTPh. ; OF STAHKE. INC.

CRANEL1CoLNipRcI FORI) Shil'f.ln !I Training Union 6-30: p, mI (IHiI-iiSI)I) Starke. Fl... DeWITT C. JONES U.S. 301 SORTIE

TILES & PAINT I Evening Service. 7:30.: Mid- Fl'NEHAL 1IOMKS Ph. !969-3so1) Starke. I'M.
: KY Farm Tractors & Implement FREIESTIMATES CALL ; week Prayer Senioe 7:30: p, Starke
-- Ph. H61-2600> (
Authorized Sales &: Service Ford" Industrial. Machinery Edwards Grocery &

506 E. University Gainesvill. HILL'S MOVING Tenney Tile & Paint i I son m ,Wejlles pastor. Phone ?#T2425tCrane's : LANDROVKR 4 Wheel Drive Ph. I7.1-317H: )

Imports ,
SI'US.iIISSIOS.KY Groceries-:Meats-Feeds:,

Volvo (Mervadei-Bcnz. ) .. / N.W Sixth Inenvlllp. Sllll N.K.: Ui.Mi., R4. Vinyl 1 Vinyl A"b<\ tos-AsphaH t \PTIST CHUICH (;us & Oil Hurst Shell Service 131 !S.! Untune ph. 9R..0'!f)1

FIAT-HTLLMAN; Phon/ 37S-254S: nnlnf'.-lvlll.. 3-.2-I271 f-'l.icir "Inll.hllll' Prod.iictq 633 \V Pratt St. Sunday Ph. !64-21)2) ) Starke. Fla.Loudon's CAUL HURST (.iF.NER::. : 'L JXSt."R.\NCE
Floor Machines. Gym Finish ,, serviceSunday: School 10 a, %..h'Nly But NnlxKty Ijnelerwelte
201 N. 1\bln. Jlw -. :noi & inn( ph. 961-1) }
O.tln.ulvl1ll! MUSIC I I I, m Pieachln 11am. TrainIng 111 (Charley:. Johns. Agency
Phone Sre-4.73: : 2222 N.W. 6th .
St.Gaineavill. 1
i Merle
(5AKPEN: SUPPLIES( Union. 6:15: p. m Evenln:
i I Worship. 7 p. m Everyone LACY CONWAY Walker's
AUTO SALVAGE': LIPHAM MUSICCo. welcome Elder T C Williams Cosmetic Studio & Beauty: Shop American Service Shell Service
Johnson & Paris, Inc.Complete Inc., I pastor.MADISOV. 117 I S.' TliompHini. Ph. 1)04-301 IliTrulpN Tircn' -For Every: Nerd

Paul's Auto SalvageWe I If Your Ilitlr Itn't Becoming ToYouYou and Bus Station .\LSCEd"l..kor "'* Complf'tf'uto
Line of House << Should Be Coming- To IX )
VAL LIPHAMPIANOS Travel STHfctT:: 1.1'"'' Conway Flvlnir Service .\ GanrjreII
Buy Wrecked Cai At SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS INC.STPAMSHIP. I BAPTIST CHURCH Instruction Ph. fM) 1-41)51 ",:v. 100 East. Ph. 001-11.111
: Sunday services: Sunday Starke "66" Service
AU Makei A MndebT U.... In..U..lde.t. ,. TI'tr.I F.S! TORNADO SHOP
sUP. Gultius and. Amplifier PARTS SERVICE
We Rent lertlllzer Spreaders' | TilE RIGHT HILL KDWAKDS!';
POINT for the
.l.tyT. f114H'Yftoe-We Will SHEKT:: MusiclIn.uiIIp R.. R' OF STARKE Ilium-mull Ummti-ri7/H andHmMtaCiMik
224 NW 8th Av.. way you writ.. fnme in and'' Brake SPn'I.'h..1( Balan..eWh..1
had Lay Part For T... hutch! fur RentwUil.. ,I Select Alignment 6.10: N. Temple .\\-enllePh ., *.] :M..al1S .
OaIDMYlU. l'II.UtI PHONE 373-047I ( "hooPI.I"C' ('f'Jllt' yen.r favorite KSTEH-: E.
3415 W UnUorslty Ave RKOOK fnnntnin. vvn. TEIEaRAPIL : BI ) V. Teniplo. Ph. ftfll-8881 9R 1-7721! Your CAlL ST.
441 N. PaM Btock TaM GaIn 11l1e. J'1a. 372-3333 Oalneavllle 378-1601 I I I. Pntrmizgp ApprecIated



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-' : MitMFom fotmrv TELKUUM'H. MrtPP1Oflhtt THURSDAY. APRIL II, l HUllS

,................. 44A Hill) program; Debbie Carter Friday In Gainesville with her Ing two weeks' with Mrs. De- Colomdo Is home on fur- Sunday School at the Mt. Zion am and grandchildren attended Inter-regional Gainesville from 2:30: to 4'30:
steTMir'dahlp' ; Minda Stone. sister, Mrs. Freeman Hall. I M ura's sister and brother- lough.W. 'Baptist Church was enjoyedby services, dinner and dedi- p. m Sunday, April 1'1. Is Intended -
HAMPTONBy mlselou study; Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler ,in-law.. Mr. and Mrs. James) D.I| Herndon and Bill a large attendance. cation for the new Clay Hill Library MeetingSet as an overview of the
Jones, prayer; Elaine Young- and family of Jacksonville Olc aria. Heindon of Jacksonville visit- Homecoming services will be Baptist church tiaater. For April 17P. present condition and future'
blood, forward steps; Elaine ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Redding Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon ed Mrs. Etta Michael and at- held Sunday, April 24 With Mr. and Mrs. Bobby New- I. plans for Florida libraries in
Mrs. Mary Ullllnnt.* Ke man, social; Debbie Hicks Jr. were dinner guests at moved to Cedar Key last Pit-" tendld'church and dinner dinner nerved on the ground man and children of Tampa J. Novak, president of the I general. and the Santa: Fe Region -

....VV..V V VVV VV VT VT VI membership; and Elaine the home of their parents. Mr. Sunday. I at 1 p.m. After dinner sIngIng spent Easter here with Mrs. Florida Crown Council of ; and Central Florida Region
\ Jones, community missions. and Mrs. Jim Williams, Sun- I day.Mr.. and Mrs. George Pierce Mri. Hiram Palgett':! spent will be held. All singing Newmans' parents, Mr. and Chambers of Commerce will libraries in particular.The .
Council Meeting vrsonala groups are Invited ,to attend Mrs. J. Marlin Coleman. new Florida State LibrarIan -
day. The children were entertained spent Thursday with their Friday night In Starke with give an area profile from the
The council met April I and former members are especially Marlin and Dothan New F. William Summers! will
city Mr .and Mis. John Dormanof with an egg hunt in : daughter and son-in-law. Mr. her daughter and son-in-law, !standpoint of business.! Industry -
5 with all members present. Perry spent last Monday the back yard. Aaron. Williams and Mrs. Ooban Smith. In Live Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Padgettand invited. Friends and man of Tampa spent last and population at the first be a featured speaker.
Visitors who met with the with the Floyd Smiths. of Jacksonville was a guest of 80n.Juruor. neighbors and all surrounding week here with their grand-I Joint meeting of Alachua. Coffee will be served after

council were Mrs Lamee Hall. Steve Varnum, who is stationed his parents on Friday night. Oak.Mr.. and Mrs. Joel Smith Carter of Doctor's churches are welcomed to parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Marlin Bradford Union, Citrus Levy the meeting by Friends of the
come worship
lord M. Coleman.
Mrs Margaret Craw with the U. S. Navy In Mrs. Clco King of Tampa and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cal- Inlet visited the Louie Carters remember and Marlon County libraries Library organizations from
Watterson and Robert Cutchen. Boston Is spending his leave visited her sister and brother- vin Rlhanj:! and daughter of Sunday.Mm everyone! is held Tuesday Bong Sidney Wellhauaen Is con- This meeting, which will be both Regions. All interested
practice every
The council approved build a with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs. Alice MoSley spent night at 7 p.m. and everyoneIs fiend to a Jacksonville hospital held at the Holiday Inn In citizens are Invited to attend.
bid from John Diggs to railroad E L. Jones. Jerrell, over the weekend.Mr. Eraery Prevatt spent Saturday Thursday night and Friday In invited to attend. Refreshments / from Injuries received in
ldewalK3 Irom the and Mrs. Wesley Griffin with their parents Mr. and Jacksonville with her son and served following an auto accident Monday.
221 and 18. Mrs. Brenda Jones. Mrs. are
east to junction of and daughter, Mrs. George Mrs. J. 0. Adkins. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. practice. Rev. M.\ T. Knight, a
mowing Nettle Griffin, Mrs. June Had-
L W Williams bid on Williams and Charlie Baker Julian. Fralick has been Charles Mosley.Mr. .
dock, end Mrs. Lynn Hall accompanied pastor. Record
County Proven
Job was approved.will meet with the 7th irra/ie/! of !pent Satuiday in Cedar Key moved from the convalescenthome and Mrs. Lloyd:! Wilker- I, f.llll'Y I Kcp the Man with a
Health officer and while there they visitedMr I In Starke to the Veter- son have moved to Lawtcy Mrs. Franklin Bell entertained -
3 and Starke on a trip to Camp 0'Leno -
the council on May : nn everyone is Invited to be thereto Stab Park The ones the historical museum. Mrs. Mary Alice Waldron with the Florida For- day night April 9 with a
hear him. The council will 'rom Hampton to go weieFhsllls spent 'tho weekend with her eat!7 Service.Mr. her I
Griffin Everett Pear- Mrs Florrie Belle Brown birthday party honoring "Pete" GIBSONSENATOR
post a list of delinquent taxes husband Pvt. Eugene Wal- and Mrs. J. H. Harris her 12th 1. P.
hall and -a'l, David Earnest; Evelyn tin:; Mrs. Martha Brown spent I daughter, Sylvia Oft I
at the city everyoneis
Jones. Elaine Jones. RQ6lynJohns. Monday in Gainesville with dror. at Ft. Bennlng. and Mrs. Alma Harris and bu-tnday. Games weN played I
!asked to check to see If theytJve Members of the children of Jacksonville and paity I
Mrs R L| Birt. Baptist visited during the evening
The will be Donna Faye Crawford
paid. penalty Church enjoyed a skating the< Hardy Padgetts Friday refreshments served. '
cent for April. Janet Saxon Sherry Norman and Mrs James Broome I
per party at Lake Butler last night. PERSONALS
Intermeliate GA's Guy Haddock, Timmy Eiland and family of Vero Beach, 'fJilM r I
Thursday.Mrs. SCHOOL NEWS Easter Sunday afternoon
Laverr.: Outlaw Katy Thomas Mr and Mis.' Frank Williams
OAs me
The Intermediate Robert Cox and The Easter egg hunt at visitors of Mr. and Mm. AVOr>
counselor Mrs D and David Meng. and:! family of Gainesville and
with their
then Park school Slade and family were Mr.
of Change chll'I'I was enjoyed by some
E. Hill. on April 5 and elected The third grade of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock visiting In Hampton of the room mothers as well as and Mrs. Leon Fraser andfam.lly
the following new officers for School: caught the train in and family were supper guestsof Charles Prevatt of New the children. Mr. Hoffman of JauKsonviite.
Elaine 'tarke: and rode to Waldo for their parents Mr. and Mrs
April September: took the 5th Mrs. BooUie Cannon was
Yoik visited:! his parents. Mr. and 6th grades to
Jones president; Debbie their Held trip. They were ac- Dan Johnson, Saturday night. and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt, over Faye England's house for the confined to a Jacksonville hospital FOR THE
Hicks vice president; JoAnn oiapanled by the teacher and Mr. and Mrs. Tony DeMoura the Easter holidays. hunt. Some of the mothers of Driaay anu &atuixt treasurer. Mrs, Helen Baker. and Diane of Olive Hill, South
Baiter. secretary Mrs. W. C. Collins spent the children helped and fur- expected to re-enter Mon-
Conimitteu Chairmen: Debbie -Mrs. Gertrude Slade spent hampton. Bermuda. are spe -: several days with her sister nished refreshments. Jack.e day to undergo mats and .'ua-

-I and brother-in-law, Mr. and Carter won a prize for finding sIDle surgery.
Mrs| James Oehron In Ft the prize eg. Roger Padgettwon Mrs. Kay Pellum and family -
Laud rdale last week.CLAY a prize for finding the ol Jacitaonvuia. Hpeal Aicm- SIXTHDISTRICT
ELECT I largest number. cay of this week iuue with

.VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVI i Mr. Rivers 3rd and 4th bar mother Mrs. F. B. Cola-

j grade: Darrell Padgett found I man. _
E. the ..."a. Bill Robinson anddaugtuer
James HILL largest number, and Keith
I Aiursha 01 ane City
Padgett:! found the prize egg.WAXVILLE.
were weekend guests of Mru.Lioiotny

VWTVVVVyVyyyyyyyyy1 Vvaieia oxiu son i>.ug-
By Mr$. Howard Padgett er.

Easter guests of Mrs. Dorothy -
Phone 28!>>-UU
Waters was Mis. Hoy FOR
.......A..AA..4 Waters ana cruloren of JUCKsunviile -
By Mrs. A. C. SUda ,
Our Sunday School turned Phone 28944914AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ueoige Mcwley is a patientIn Sensible Re-Apporiionmenl
with 104
JOANOSDistrict out very successful St. Luke's Hospital In Jack-
present/ and 4 who arrived a sonville. I

few minutes too late to count. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas:

2 tremendously.The dedication The turned house was out SIrVelltmiis Funeral services n I'asses for Mrs and family, Mr. Joseph and Mr... Os- :* More Industry More Jobs

filled and some outside. Dr. Mary Louise Wellhausen. 83. cur VviiKuuion anti laumy umiv.iaude
were held Tuesday afternoonat Green all enjoyed an
Tom Moore, field secretary, outdoor faster :sunday.: I
3 p.m. at the Maxville picruc
brought the message, and Mrs. Bap- Improved Educational Systems
tist Church with the Rev. Rob- Gene English made a bu inewd -
25 SENATOR Sidney Batten of Penney I IFaa'mll ert F. Knight officiating. BurIal trip to New York lost
"Bless This
House.' Dedicatory prayer wa Branch followed Cemetery.In the Long Beok.jie jjchmell, son-in-law of I More Home Rule for Counties
'1': Born In Tallahassee; married CHURCH AFFILIATION given by Rev. W D. Jones of Mrs. Wellhausen died at her Mr. and Mrs. Bulorcl\ Ulggin- :
_ .
and ,
to the former Betty Lou Whittle Layreader Vestryman Green Cove Springs. residence Sunday morning following botham returned to his Jacksonville -
Episcopal Church of the Holy
: ; of Quincy; three children. Julie Comforter. History of the Church an. Illness of several home Monday of this I
i 7, Janet 7, Jamie 3; Attorney. It \,,as first named Ebenezer weej MILITARY with Ktv. W. D. Jones as pas year in Viet Nam.
Posen. Germany, in
,. Active duty United States Air tor. There were sixteen charter living James Waters and },tr. -
EDUCATIONLeon: :Maxville Mrs.
_2 Force, 1956-59; Air Force Reserve \ for the past 47 years, I and MedicinePaid
members on ApiU 27, 1955. moving here from Holly and Mrs. Jimmy
Captain. Hill
,,. : ; County Public Schools; Hlgglnboth-j
The to
name was changed
and member am and daughter
was a of the Max- Lawtey
'S The Florida University.
:, AFFIUTIOliSBacl1elor : Clay Hill Baptist on October ville Baptist Church. Mrs. Lyle Sclimell and daughters ( Poli'ical A of Science; President Masons the ,Shrine; Past President 3. 1955.
44 of Student Senate, Student Tallahassee Jaycees; Surviving are two daughters of Jacksonville and Mr.
Body Vice President ODK Hon State Vice-President Florida Rev. Harry: Lane of Middle- Mrs. Bertha Harris and and Mrs.: Buford Hlgginboth-l
orary; Gold Key; Permanent Jaycees; Past Vice President. burg began his pastorate Jan. Mrs. Dora North of Maxville,
g Class President; Yale University Capital Toastmasters; Presi- 1958 Rev. John D. WilkersonIn three sons, Walter Wellhaus-
Law School Bachelor of dent. HartsBeld P.T.A.; Tallahassee January 1960. Rev. M. T. en of Aberdeen South Dakota,
Laws: Permanent Class Alum- Florida and American Knight, Jan. 1963 and Rev. Henry Wellhaunen of Vero
ni Chairman. Bar Associations.
James Saunders on Nov. 1964. Beach and E.: B Wellhausen man from Globe Life
Political Ailvertlitment' Paid" for by Campaign Tr.a.ur.rf Present! Charter Members: of Maxville. One slater Mrs. _

Brother Hardy Padgett, first Bertha Hutcheion of MenJo r' Q... r- .
-- to be baptised. Sisters Vinnie Park, Calif., 17 grandchildrenand

Padg<<;tt, Grace Lang Ola 21 great grandchildren.Active .will visit you soon inj
Padgett. Lillian Futch. Pre- pallbearers were J
sent membership is 135. grandsons of the deceased. :

4 First services were held In Honorary were D. Z. Young BRADFORD COUNTY AND VICINITY
4 the new building January 1966 M. Watson, Jack Wilkinson

PERSONALSMr. Doss Hlgginbotham, Harrell
.... 9'. and Mrs. William Par- Stubbs, Rufus Chance, Henry
rish and family attended:! Carter. D. O. Maren, R. L.

church and dinner on the Harris and Dan Parrish. ..
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grounds Sunday at New River The body rested at the residence ,---- _._ a.a- --

Baptist Church.Mr. of a daughter Mrs.
and Mrs. Walter Hancock I Dora North, from 5 p.m. Monday :: Welcome him : ;
of Jacksonville visited to 1 p.m. Tuesday when .
< F % Mrs. Bobby Mitchell Sunday : It was moved to the church. I

I / T3 afternoon.Mrs : John M. Brinkley Funeral his policies are I !
Thelma Williamsonand Home of Macclenny was in
T Barbara Woods of Oreen charge J
CoveSprings visited Mrs. Wil The community extends its GUARANTEED RENEWABLE ,

liamson's parents Mr. and deepest sympathy to the family -
Mrs. Hardy Padgett Sunday of the late Mrs. Wellhaua- '
>i\ afternoon. en. .
David Williamson, who Is :Mt.Ion Baptist Church
stationed with the Army In Easter Sunday services and l

-.. Ask him any question-take as rrrach time /

as you like. After discussing the type of

protection, that you realtywant, he will

I explain just how the Globe Hospital Plan i

can be fitted to your particular need and,
fat _
a cost within your means. '
4 ; -

The Globe life man who calls at your

home has been carefully selected and (.

trained. He Is fully licensed in your state ", I : ,

-and all his policies are approved by I

: state insurance department. i
your JI
Dobby'iwtritibttht' .j 4.

Plenty ol hot w.l.r His purpose in calling is to show you a. ; ) I .- I
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anyimml wonderful world protection for you and ,

your family-protection that is workingfor b ,.

hundreds of thousands of families Jj _

across the cation protection by' one of ,.

America's great insurance companies.And -== .

.' till Globe Accident and Health policies are I t

Priceless peace of mind \>hen water's heated f lamelessly .dt'flEERA a renewable life. 1 .t7 7'
."'. ..; '.. ..... guaranteed S for -J., V rn I
Modern flamcfcas electric water heaters are super-fast! t. 8upt>r-ao e. Comjiletcly big boost to the economy

insulated!: tank stays cool outside; keeps the water hot longer si'2:,.

inside. Can be installed anywhere. The brewing industry each year contributes over

With ell) \t*fiamvl? >:'ss advantages an electric water heater costs leas 1.4 billion dollars in federal state and local excise GLOBE LIFE

and is che.ri.v-r[ to we. Ten rate cuts in 10 years have reduced tho average taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry

price [paid |Ilt-r' residential! kilowatt-hour 31%. It' YOUR BEST BUYS account for almost 000 million dollars, and the XiANDACCIDEriT

.... Seeyuur electric appliance dealer plumbing or electrical r contractor. purchase of packaging materials from other in. INSURANC 4

duatriea runs over 550 million. So next time you '

j.1,,___ 1 enjoy a cool refreshing brew after hard work or \\ Ooiipan, \UttH& MV>"* --
) \
I : play, remember BEER J is .
good in
1 1Cf more ways. An old line home offices
Ltaii than oneJ. legal reserve insurance company with In Oklahoma City, Oklaloau

:::; UNITED STATES: BREWERS ASSOCIATlOH.IHC. Tallahassee Branch Office, P. O. Box 3111 Tallahassee, Fla.

Hn'NO .VItD FLORIDA A. M. McCrimmon, Mgr.I"fa .

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APKIL t I. 1968 BRADFOHTt rOFNTT TELEGKAPn: IIITA Kr.. FtORIDA'+ Ptnl!? 1,1\11:: :

....r................ week Prayer Service Wetlnon- Supper" Etiimluy, night with n vllln vixltodrr.' ,. unit Mrs.' 11'',ly I Funeral Services | Wales!! two brothers, Fate' I designed to perfect coordination Starke First ClirUtlan\ Services Held

day 7:30: p.m.; Choir Practice b lItlrlll. candlelight; service I Miller und family/ Sunday ur.,1 llii.wn of Sl.urkr. and Ray between Army Navv. Church .

Kingsley Lake 8 :au(> p.in. K<>v. Jim Kljrdon., I'r'.ICSO.i.I.Slilt.; :. : tui'noon. Held TuesdayFor mond Brown ot WoithliiKton( Air rare, nn''I 1 Marine forces.. Surviving nu lu.t wife, Mae( I For Britt Green

supply nnstor. "Come let us .... Grady' Bishop. Mrs.. I iinest I'-I MI'llId/ Mix.; .1.I S. (EJmnl" I Nona B. Sprintx; Also Hurvivlnn! are 10 \ Walker !Ii a iirleinan in th.' i Varnes and! ono dauhte> -

wrahip. together." Harris, and Uri.ni Bmhop) and .. r., M. .
Blr Navies Hiodlord Counliy.died
Plume 883.2flIauu..uuaa.uuuu: flattish Ilii pt 1st Church: visited, Mrs. Charity, (Jllinon: G.i. spent Thursday Mnrlctta'i Brown) Dyer (01 Ion Fun III ..1r:vines vvcie h"i i : Army in :May lir!)( and completed Stnikc, : two son.s. Curtis yarn resident of April 7in a

Sunday School 10 : ; ofI'Hao Sunday afternoon BlIndlY us guests'" of Mia, .I.M time reddest! of Bracllord at 2:30: I p, in. Tuesday/ ) In li.iy- ''I tialnini'\ at for Jackson c f.., Fort Lauderdale, and Horace ', Thursday.

ing Worship 11 11,111.lol'n'l: Vernon Conner left Mondayto Bradley.Mr. / .1.1 C'nnntv.4l'cl" l suddenly( Sunray! : le-s lllwuy Church with Rev. S CMillard Vartn's' Daytona Beach! I Starke hospital:! after an ex-.
return North Carolina and W. K.: Oliver I i Varne tendPl! Illness. He was a iit
Union 6:30: p.m.: Evening to Jlrs. | W. E. flail nov B. T. PI'8VY.i and one brother I. a'ie
mirnlm ii')on arrival nt a : ami
I ( ( S'IUU'ItsKlng..ley ; ; | Worship 7:30: p.m.IItwel'k: ; )!; State University lifter: spending /- and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard. ..oltnl. I tad Rev C. A. Crosby offlcla- Varnes of Lakelnnd Also surviving:; I live of Nassau County on

Luke ). lChul'cn Prayer MeftlnVl'IJnelldny.. spriiij: holidays with his. Horne and (children all of Stnrkc ho I> Lime. Interment war. in I are fotli'' crandehlldren\ 011.1hl'rr. was a retired farmer living

: Sunday..: :School15", : : 7:3O: p.m. Rev It L.. Ttigsart, i i fn mlly. Jtr. und Mrs F. U.I I ..I.ickHonville.iHltctl at r. and Mrs. Bvmvn, wn horn 111l1'1Ifm'1 j' Lake C"inelciundei" ) CI'OSb"'l, ; Retired Farmer, Ill'at i'tllldchlldlS'n.F'unernl Hlohwav in! [Ralford RoadJ
i Cniintv July\ 10
a.m.Iumlng: :: Wot'/.ship 11 1 .1 I. p.ii "Rveijonp Welcome.! Conner I I1I1r. ;Mis.:' F. G. Conner" during the on of DcWilt I C Jones Funeral I Services Held services were held ] northwest of Starke.

m.. Training Union 6:4.1'111: TinKliiRMloy. Lake Uapll..t. : and Mm J. L. Bradley weekend.Mr. 1001. the clnifhtcr of the late I Home I I at 3pm. Friday, Apr. 8. In'' Surviving/ is his wife. Amy
I and and Mr. and, Mm. ; und V. N. Hon'v nod Arle !Momlv BiounPlif : vil'hiChailut : Staike.
F.veningVol'shlp 8pm MIU- Chuti-li family Mrs Geiger Jones Memorial Chapel E. 01 een. of
obael'v,1 the Loid'aI .
( and hrr husband Joe MDver. :Mlllard Vinncs. 82.:! a longtime : -
II J. M. Warren and<1 daughterof and Mr. and ?tls. II. C. lirnd-,) ( Reese minl.slei> of Uio' Funeral\ services< were hcfit!
I opprnl n rnorcnntlle! ? resident! of Bradford !
J.tekHunvlllc visited relnUv- and
Mr. ,
ley of Jacksonville. That\ ChriKll.in/ Church an I at 10 a. in. Saturday in Jones
In V.ildustu, Ga. la..t1'1. Mrs J. D. and tni" in Fort Mvors for m-invveers County. died Wednesday, Apr. I 1 1b. !'
es Bradley f.imily: I SERVICE MEN Rev. Merle Puckhnm, offlclatlng. Memorial Chapel with RCV.
I 'Inc. In Otilne.svlllc hospital
EMPIRE CONCRETE After rctlrlni. they r"- ,
l.iy. of Orlando" David Loper of I Roger. B-rastrom, pastor of
after brief illness.Mr .
Jimmy Smith of Stark andMiss Starkc and Mr. and Mrs J.I! turned to Bradford County to I n the Boatdraln Chui'Cl!
I ANi) ttoasEgI VILI'nes'as bran IniBindford Interment' was In the family I i Baptist
LOCATED IN STARKE INDUSTRIAL ARK I L. and allSnliirdav mnke tf"-1r\ home I
Bradley family were
; Linda Crews spent Saturday plot in Santa Fe Cemetery under offlclatln! Interment a.s In
of :Mrs.: J. :M. Mrs Brown vns n meml)("' County on March 4.1
at Daytona Beach.: guests the in Dyal Cemetery -
direction of fWltt C family plot ,
State Road I 100-) A Mrs. Elma Riggs spent Bradley. Sunday guests of Mrs." ff Bnyless Hlwny Bapllsi ,I! 1884 I the son of the late William Jones Funeral Home. with DeWltt C. Jones

:Monday and Tuesday of thin. Bradleyveic !Mr. and :Mrs. G. : C'i'ivfh. and Nancy! Bohannon

week an guest of :Mrs.: W. K L>. Cox and :Mr.: and Mrs Bill i ll'sl,4/,,, her husband she lI isnrvlvrH I Ii I Varnes He wnj a retired Funeral. Home In charge of

Quality Concrete Thomas of Jacksonville. !Powell and five childrenif I, 'I by ore da u htel'. Msrirli : I farmer am a member, ot the l'I."tlC'.iotrhnok:. $2.51)! () at then I an augments.

James and David Johnson Orlando and Jimmy Brndley Mir'cllpfon: and one son TELEGRAPH.IIKAR1NC: .

Courteous Service and three, iiiglUcrs" of JackHnnville Horace Dyal both of Ft M-- ----.-- ------ -
nf: Keystone: are spending a

few days: n* guests;\ ol ;\11'. und cvs; four stPrchlldronVnvn.! .-

Efficient Equipment :Mrs' J K.: M. Norton and f.im Miss. Sylvia Norton of Dyer of Aubtirnd.ttc. and

ily. J.-u itHonvillc spent Sunday/ James Dyer of Orlando: : M;- k JACKSONVlt[{ SINESS DIRECTORY I

v Fast DeliveryContractor's and Mr Daniel and' Mrx Crews Graham nf Stitikeund Crews with and Mr.family.and Mrs E. M. Norton Mrs.June\ Iinvoiw Davis of Brlcc t.nkrland of Lake nn '

Mr and Mrs... R. J. hickey I "' 1
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I Mr und Sim. livWitl _
I'I ION I I':: !91i; 1.5,13 I Clews and, two sons of U.ilford of Pahitka were Wednesdayiiftoinnon ANTKHKS \ .: ( (: All f) OPTICIAN(
f'n ting
KUi'MtM of Mrs. Mary
were Sunday visitors. of :Mr: I
and Mrs Gerald Crawford and Shlpmun and Mrs. Elma Rlggs. Most folk "'vc excuse' v''' Y ANTI I 1111E: For fist In 1 1It'1I ring SeeSONOTONE

Bids Appreciated Chipper Wood, who Is. III they hav bui"d! out of s'uin-' Bennett-Daly

don member of the Burlington But pUnti' ciin't t.tlk."T'1'e' BoiiRhl;\ Hold A1|)pr.ah1F'w'nlllll"e

1T Hickey of Jackson- Mills' Little League Baseball don't have 't.a..iok: atlnr\ min .China Class J.\C'HSOVIM.E= Opticians, Inc.

Team last weekIn nail yiiril tfl.sro\er that Silver Brims Oil Painting Lcnae.1 nil 'Id Accurately
: began practice iniaire' pll"p

1 Oreen, Cove Springs.r.iKTimxt the \\rt I.'>lL season of the ,r *- One I'lerx or u HOIIIP I"'nilIna I "The !Strongest' and< Smallest and Promptly

I'.xisrv I tnry ILLS kept) food In e.. a I Hearing; Aid/ In the World- Only II I tin Klnpot III Quality

FOR AN EFFECTIVE VOICE IN WASHINGTON Little .Invi'e,. WaiinvrlKhl.claiiBrhlcr ,reach nil -AlnlrrPtnrc \ Ward Antiques Only ('". Bering. AId Minis: mill, I'rpHcrlptlnn' Srrvlr

>f Mr and, .JIll'''. K1: 1 pi-n-ls" ciin't i I'i, 1)1,) 3.r>72 St. Johns Avc. 21 I Uesl lu\ul St.

Re-Elect DON '11,1.1hIWI'lllhl.. rnlehrnlPilhci away from the table! n1 pvuleShould I i 1 2'iJicUwrivlllo: Went 1lnuroe ,k.ionvllle.; 3!\31835I'KT

third birthday last Situr-!' : then flsl,t them t Seaman Apprt' ntlcil altml Jacksonville 387-I37U I : 35:1.1411:1IfOBBYII01O : :

.iTh"1:I proHriil t' enjoy rr Afi I II.) ,,1, trill '.1 1f"II"> "< i iK ,
IIi iirriifon. with I lovi'i UIM-I Tmlnlii' : tender.)( jlinu'' i.

FUQU A XVnvnr and,' 1':111111': Wniiiwrlght. slay In In( !I'',. like rh.i.tl 1 1 I i ,..11 I 111'1'| III l paitlrlpiti'il i' :tie 1.Kf'r,, \ i it-p |I :\
1 l .1' el''' ibl. ,,1 I TIIK:
< in iwiic
and l Lisa. Drnlsr.. and it rlnlil., l>'l'a'l'' f I H.! is ('11"!""" L 1
hint ,e1! In ..it I''' 1 iv "it | WESTSiDEVolkswagen
'n I"
('lIlhy ))1I1'blll IIf .larkslniv111r J '. I alp wild iirthlilrs In the 'vi Kongo Shop

YOUR CONGRESSMAN III'K1I1nwII"hl" Kfrvivl cnkc, at' nn early n.>c tliiin COM r ""! .,e.i \\ 1.lh' t'l\ III" .ibu.url, ; ( tin. ,' Inc.DKALFU. I lOBBY SHOP Inc. I'nndlet MI1lt.I.. ._M

Fuller, indies.. and fruit Ins I hrmh'1' thrvforp. bprr'n'hlndenrd C'oa'l t aliIiil 1 '! fiillri' Mit; I ittoul.i.lioinciiiirl.'cl : ,
1'1(10 11 OROOMINO
: : "; .:
) at lli,>noluii) II.i- U"1I0nli'I'p I
I punch.MU -.rl"lIdl"'s. lhr; .
> Hpatera, Collar Tags
THESE ARE CRITICAL TIMES. M 4_..,,.,. M any 100 tIF. A Complete' Ihle of I.
'. you'll!! fiul IL OIST: t" tiules. &> Parts I '
history of *mt .atfotiu I Baking. consideration for : ; AKICI\ \i. w.l1.Tht.. lesciti-d .. I ,',49( t't !Supplier
ship aChulr'.c
..... ...*. office oa the .bill 0* .... MconJ I haw mail.. Mr and Mis... S. !"'. .lolinmin pinch a bit 11:111: lu' unit nn.! I was : 'terslrs. ';:aI Body. Mhoi' Boat & Airplane Builders !Sup: HI..I'J'Ih-lIw".ler.

in the MM. I. .*.. I.. .. pMi1qo4 *. Mrv. m .... of I Kcystonu. heights iiniioinu'v lisp' the 1)1'11I1,1111111\\j '. VI'- : I that: liar) n Dimly & Sun. 10-B P.M.
sultana( I ly wheel and:! was Open' H\ u.111 K p.m. I tipPtUllxliiK: in Radio
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C.oiI l he birth of a son, KnimettAttliur. : Somele'he/ pl.inls ti"\i; Closed Tuesday

., with firm and steadfast .b.ti.f in our fr.. li mod! weighed, Rib,.. 1 n:!. M.iLrnnil Hc!
_tarp,;.. .y.t..... I pl.iiville 781-2800
... h....... and .! F'l'etilri.iu's' Mite
{dflmant voting vy convictions; In and ; "
Mrs. K.:
M. Norton, of then sPlUnti :.nimoy! of 1'i v.
c.r. eHoit to raprMont, HM vlawa of th. people I amppvhl. :Sril t.'Ui.is Albert K: H.irneiUSN Parrish Motors KvrnhiRH: till 9!> ".:\1.
,.... 1 Kingslov LnltiI'litornal gnind- PS Hint.\ nl',' STI"V: ; : | ."i :n' n"II'Ur' :
._ to it .. liar. ftj: Bo mnewood: l'IANK-n\( (
dt t r r. pni"ntsire" i\Ir. and Mr*,. ... wls.Pi'cp.irc:. 'Mil/ of Ml.\ : Myrtle

I PLEDGE MYSELF to tervino. ye* fun.'i.... i in ditckarq- Shnley Johnxoii of Lllwl"y.Let's 1 iwv to r< mnv"' In- lies of Krmlu :2, Ht.ilke, lulls "f'IIIJ'ne,1 hi.. 1I.FS: Jacksonville' \ 3R8-R6H3 Mason & Himlln Pianos
the rtpAnS'biliti0' of this oHic, *. I have in tho ". ('11iiIIItel'
lug I in Li''I.' n"II"h."
HMicMcr\ 1 ': ,
wlu-llkc .1",11 since It Is MninmiMirl Organs
.Mt. I humbly ask. that you carafuHy Judy mv 'cord ; $\: LVO
ol aorvica. far I tincaroly ..Ii.... that tha alflea f.. move tin: 'ikc'y i a inrlii : feel ) ounipl'-llim' !: more liMn r.\urn: Men's Venn Magnavox Organs

; which I mm a.fcl,..f your lupport .ia o*. of ski moat i.... that \\11I11.1.) .<'ul to the hriiuty, ,, seven m ail h. in 'the South & IIOr H '"Von Get A Cowl Deal At-
GoGardening ChInn Sea off the coast of 32 Year, Ai A Renter
have to com.id.r.EXPERIENCED *
Of the hr.l'to.Lawns { ( "Quality ('lulhrr. for :Men and I
I Viet Nim. with the 7th Fleet. Always Oimd. Used Curs (tJIF.
( lll") !
:, w.ln H dull\ :trer'iroloi hays Shun !
He was: nwnrili"' ) th"I Viet N.imSeivlio : l /fl'M l.aura St. ..la'kNollUlef"hunA O. MILLERp( CJ
i !:
.ry \ will im'p to llfp 11.1'111I : % 1 Van llc.ustn Stetson\ IIilMidrnRor 5, ,
I with appllc ttiau\ ; or[ w.ila. '.i! < In I\tclnl the fin hi- p.irlli'lIJ.itiou n-'ilns'- I, ''I\ \ Gold Cup S,,> "" H.". "' ".. f,_ ,,-C M,..OCIAM..

1 l, frvtllUciAijly\ about ,SBit !\. cnmmnni'-t uiu'riU.is.war \ Th'- AutomaticAutomatic Trnn04m",o.ion ('....,,1.1..18 Fonnulpnr. Krnln t\J\
DEDICATED QUALIFIED It.V llir\i>y Slmrpi'. KilKurFlnrldn. : pounds or 0-fi-n) rl'I"11,? "' > \ .1.wktOn\U1e.
the 1th
stet provided
'I. Agrlriitlnrnl. I KIpnxlon \- \ per 1.000 sruiic feet of Kin-\ :: f In en's Shoj -
All the Way With Fuqua Srrtlrp I Sprinkle the plant 'foot I h aiili-slibuiarliic defense''I fr\J\ OHiicj, P

'PiiH' political I artverlixement, ntithori pcl by campaign treasurer)Ir 'j j| evenly over the lawn then I and fescue ,Aci'vlfe Transmissions & 310 Main Corner Dnvul SAWSPEARSON'S

r --i Plants uilike( people-t'.ry' I j 1 lion water bring In to: burned prevent by the the urns fertlll7er. Rob"rt J. Tliornlon. Hosplttl Motor Exchange Jacksonville

lose their smpllnesB: by pvr'1- I Cuij.4innn'; 3ul CI.I.".. Is Ill(: I>.\I)IV VVAI.Tliemanufai o Saw & Knife

now stationed. In the U. 8. Naval
. Often you can bilnn/ the: JJospltfil at Vokosuka.. Jar ;tui'Pd Tran.smls" :MOTOIM'Vn.KSHONDA( : S1I.KS; & SERVICE
l ulcer color hack to 'the wln- shins MotorsRv
PIIII. He has been awarded lilt AfJ,J. TYPES OF SAWS
I tpi-weary" low us with two I (luslity'raflsman
Elect certificate for n'tnncpd courses Kit.l.iekknnvlllp. Bro dA-ay Avp.
tRblesiMions> of Iron KulpluiV 3I8'J: : W Beaver ODa7:

I to each Ration of water appliedI In Petty Officer' Leadershipat ] :.1!R t.111:15: ni\ OTORC l'CLFS! Ja<-k.v>nvillp iV: 1-3181

I I the Fleet Training Group& I All Models Nothing! IJown
us a spray.
1 I Spring Fever Western Pacific Japan. HP I t.i ('AM1'ERSI McrrhanU Green Stamps
bursting out nil ovr the bon of Fir' and Mrs. FJb"rt" I Open 8 AM. to 7 P.M.MondayFl'lday SKWINC: f: MACHINES\
I Eat Thointon of KliiH.sley Cribbs Campers
CECIL A. KENNEDYSENATOR j| is.a good sign: for the (jarde'iicr that: take. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. SINGER; AITT. ZIGZAG
unless It's !
I -- UiJ-Ry. ( Campers Saturday:: and Wednesday Like New in 4 Dr Cabinet
j the bark on a pilzpd orn.imental -
I Sperla1i.st-4| Volhc J. Howard CLONED SUN I\Y Sold New over $300
I Is inpterlnx. To the Shasta. Trailers
of 457 W Weldon 8t MOTORS' & CYCLES: Hal. 871:! or $3.00 Per Month
neophyte this could be a omen
Successful Ktarkn was awarded the Me- Skamper ConvcrtibiesTrwlrrItank 4949 Blandlnif Blvd. Ideal Sewing CenterALL
I of a stranso new disease.
chanic's* Badge/: while herviivj Jacksonville '!ItMITSUI MAKES
Chances are tho splittliv 'FlnnuringSIo .

Fifth Generation bark is not a new n II men t. but,.t tI with the 3K3nr|' Fnlnepr: CaIn $ San Juan Ave. New and Used Machine
Vlel Niim 'I he" award WHSnmile
I the I nflrrmath of winter' frpete.s 841 Ca |IIII'( his snpnrlor, pioflcleney ( \ .Idi-U..onvillp 3RA: tt74a: 389-S07I
Southerner < Delayed death of pUi.il! ('
1 in in.ilnlalnlnu. Army, veHoward -
bralll'hrl111"0< causes uluima hldf'8, (CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg TRACK SERVICE
In i'mJack. Paulus Music Co.
entered (the Annvin
thDISTRICT Farmer Frost'' Imvor, not
) Aiuusl' 1'M!) and. ii-cclvd. ChainSaw Band & String Instruments
or show up unl II.rkR or RA Y'STRACK
bade ti.ilnlnti at Foil J.ickson.
25 Cattleman i months nfler the chlllhiu: Sales Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers
. B C. Before cnlcilmr) the service SERVICEPortable
winds have shen;: way to tropIcal ) II (> ;M H 1.1'r r.
lie was cmpovcd by S. School Supplier Instruction
, '
breezes ,Honey. Makin Chain Saws Track Prciwi Service
Businessman Wall Consli'net Ion Co. ofO.ilnisvllli
If yon't-P not" sure of nn 1111.i .. SM.KS & SIK\H: i: Roberta Km'orders Welding

| mint nl10111' pl.ints. H'- nl- ; l'iirli Mini Ite.pHlrn' All Makes Used' BnlldorrM & Crawler

New Car Deafer wova/ ':.ocxl I irti'ii to rtirek the Turn & Yd/no I'o.ver Mowers Mu-: IJhmry Expert: RoBlna"
\ I'vl Junes IJ )Hi.i'liv" 'in' "We'll Keep
4' M'mtum] wllh your local" Rt. 21 MI.|''irg aKLKCTKK1 :>0i Repair DepartmentI '
t of M,'. and Mrs.: Hntvit. I I. .. 7787! W. Beaver
Timber Grower I plan) \pPI| 'l-illil., iir county Hr.idtev nf I iwlev. iwpnllvroniilrl 41 I In'. ;Monroe St.Jd.k Jaektonvlllp 3S8-4 ilTROIMCAI.
] anpnt/ 0..r von any snarl! a ( MO'IORS
: :(
I | ,<'il n roatbal I. entilneeriourw i
I plmit ))/'t'I01"1I10 the Plant :'<.nvillp :3M-HH7'
J. til. i Foil I-nnin( | WoiMl( FISH.
Puthlo-v Department.' Annnatural ; I
I Brothers
pin.. wlii'ie/ / IIP. nvelvivl InKlMiclliin Peavy :n.iio: nr.i.-h. ntii..1HS1091.
I "KxnetlniPiit: Htntlon
1: University of Florida!: Onlnesl I \ III demolition old Electric Co.
CECIL A. KENNEDY WILL: \l 1IIr. mho, winrme, us well as thr I JilkSonvtlln : MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

HoocnlavlHrar/ I 'ulI.-II'lIdlllI and ri'pnlr of rn.K('iicic MoronsServiced )

I "roads. rallroiidn, and helloes JtposjilblP to find some nfIhesp I Complete! Aquarium SuppliesImported
Pvt' Hi.idley entered the Anuy I t.AI''I:1; '
vines: thai flower nlmost.\. Kbb All !Spot'lee
In November lOiifj ,nn j I'r'elv..cttn..le I KAY'SMusic
AltPIUtlOIIKArnvdurp 1 \
Any season' or the. year But, 1 If t CAlL DR COME BY
tuiinlnv. ut Foil lie II'
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Select advisory committees for each of the) 24 count I... your vine didn't P'H on a bet < < Center Moil.-Sat 10 am. to 8 p.m.
nina: Oa Hi-" I is a 19':1<;: graduate 41)14 lx>nox Ave
full itaffed office in Tallahassee to ter how last: reason than IheIlplJrhhor's Sunday 2 to 6 pm.
Create time, completely ot Biudfnid County' IliUiticliool. Jaekoonvlllc :i 725SBI'AltKIC :
work actively with you en all problem 365 day of the year. perhaps you Jind Fender, Oralach & Vox Guitars We Order Any Fish Available
inn heavy a hand In the frr-,
Retain a full time administrative aide. i llli/ '1' IMU, : I --- ( ( SIUI'BON ). King, JI>lltl'n. and !Selmer' 91.1 S. Edjrcwood Ave.
I'vl .Juliiii' UilU. slur of theJnwph JaekKonvlIIe 3811-114n.-
Work unceasingly to return your Bousnlnvilleiis' ,urn very, seiiItue Hand Instnnnent!
J.rhus' of t iwtev.' re-
state senator to the people by to 'ijltro'ipn.: Too mur' k MAR W"'f"RNTORE:: : :
eluhl!: weeksof
/'lItlv couipleted
I ( ) I.ii'r.vifr, Sliragprlanit, creating individual senatorial wtll clvr lush a crow-til: but' fewfloweis
'lvinccd; tniinlir ut I lortl
districts. >lx. N ..I, He Piilercd, "I'i I>runii

| Apply a lUht: uptilleiillfm In November 1 \IHff, undcompleted Western Store
ferllll/er thin spilim to Insure ( / I.lne, of ".....''''1. & Kppwlr nn ALt
basic.: liainlu: at
blo.somH next season "Where You'll Find ]Kvery-
Foi t BennliiR (lit. FAIIItl'S1'flINti( / KM :MAIN ST.
'1 For the
Another, method to force thing
Pfs Oat'a on MH'nll, ff Slmpllelty Patterns .
flowering li to cut Dome of th? Jacksonville 333.0915J111SICSIIEKT: :

plant rO<'Jts. With n (garden 8 IK r.OHetve.. Western ClothIng --l>atherKoods. -
I I Pfu, .. Fiederlck. 1C( Walker. I
spa-ie( aiM !known as an Idiot Saddles and
I son of Mi's. LU/.ie M. Walkerof
l >>tl,'k -- male three or four JacksonvilleOpen : : : Charlps te Sharon Petjr
Senator participated
As 25th District 1 stabs Into the rround around Hampton 907 So. fdK.woodve.; .
0 A.M.: to K
In a fnui-J.iy am\\>llI- .
Jar. konvillr. :t8l.1IO
the plant about 24 inches I POTTER'SHome
A. Kennedy will : from the base This plant tor- blous-ali'borne maneuver with 1

Cecil tui'1) method '*'ork In about 9cl1..es. th" 101st All bOl'lIe Dlvlsimi, 1I 1 I n.oon( ('O\'I'IU'Iif: : : of Music \' ,,::1.1. IiR1I.I.i\i(;

e Be constantly available to any 'Individual, croup out to ten. 1 paratl'oopelnl'ar Camp LeJeune. -

Donate his salary to charity.. governmental or civic-who needs him. N. d Th exercise was I II Church Mu.ilcEduentlonul PARTRIDGEWell

Regularly visit each of the 24 counties to see Devote full time to being YOUR SENATOR TRAVElr.ESCY I Looking/ for Mujtio. ]) Drilling Co.

personally to the need of the district.. FROM THE 25th DISTRICT better carpets tIMIONF t ROCK ARTESIAN: WELLS
Musical Instruments
For Full Information and Resprvation. on !3' S Itanneatic Complete Electric Water

CKI'ISKS AIIJM.NKS: 81111'S-HOTELS visit ff ';7't') Repair. Systems

CECIL KENNEDY "A. Near A. Your :Mailbox" rilFINAXC'IVO
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J14 5OG4N. _"" "
6SCO Hyde Grove Ave.
25th Senatorial Candidate 220 W. Beater St.
1 4Oei&im4 Jacksonville
.rYati a c
S.j.: -UI3l Jacksonville 334-34383: Call ITollert M ..14MTfn."RFlD.Y.

Pvll'JrsI/ I *dvtU.mifnl Paid nor B" Csmpalfe' Tr.......'
TruM-l. Inc.
ROI> laura SI. 3.1H-0ni: .. ----. : '" r- 0.- -..!'."_:'?"';:.'-..-:;: ':.r::,,xs_.:: :.- --z:= ';;":-_'.:.y.;..': t'!. 7-.Lr, :': ;


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Mrs. ((3an Ray-burn. Mrs. Albert Teen Time high for the loser Mrs. Pauline Smith of Larwtey. thereof' on. Plaintiff- Attorney.Hollla .

_I I RECREATION NEWS r Mercer and MUia Leslye Teen Time will be held Waite Electric took 3 of 4 Refreshments of cake and V. Xnlcht P. O. Drawer

Mercer who prepared and dyed Saturday night for all\ teenageia. from Carp Robert ffolaon. punch ''were serv.J ..to those NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED before F. Stark., ")orllla, all on or.
the Seth day of April.it
the many eggs used In tin) Come on down to the with game of 200 was high attending. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYRecreation U: olherwl. a Deere* Pro,
Eastei Kg*: Hunt. Recreation Center for a nightof fo rthe winning team and After a short wedding trip Cvnfeiwo will beltereA

_ .0 Eater Egg Hunt pre toJt'.lnn'I'9/ of this I 1.lit! IpnKi". and 1 I'ony League game and fun. The center high for set with G14. Carp the ycunfl couple will be at I New. ean.: reporter Rev. L. McKay, ."uralnMt publlahed you: TM In the Nolle nxt ,Miallin four.

The annum Kastor Egg: Hunt event were David Proctor DI-i i Little League and Pony ope.is at 7 p.m. and rlosea at high roller: was Harry Hatch'er home on Bayless Hlway. We An Easter egg hunt was I pastor. iTinneciiilVM. weekly lf)..u.... of

sponsored by the Parks & Ke- i.mi. Smith. ::I1..lIs1111Vlnklor League in now In the second 11. watt 163 game. wLti; them much happiness. sponsored by the Recreation Ureater Allen Chapel AME 01.. Bradford, County T". >. trapii,

_ ore Uon Dept. of CI'of: and Fain Tucker who wore week if registration, w\l.! h Starke) Recreation Softball Bradford Barber Shop anj PERSONALSMr. Department:; for pre-school a duly. In"u.paid lIfl..d waiiapr pubiiehpd -
Stfkrfce was :'t'I pcl 1 at \VaIn. presented pr7! <', by Recrealionnl will end Saturday: April 10. Sci IJ-IIKU". Eagle's had a tie with two and Mrs. O. L. Sap: and students\ first and second Church. Services will begin l WITNESS my county band a. Clark

weight, Park Wednesday Apiil Superintendent Gene be sure and come sign up be. The 1908 Men's Slow-pitch games won by each. J. Grlftta grandchildren. Leonard and grades. It was highlighted by with Sunday School at 10 a. I or anld Court. and the ...al urI
8.? Rnyburn. fore then. A Baseball Clinic Softball season got underway with a 167 rolled high, game of Jeanie attended the dedica- playing games singing anj! m. with supt. Fannie Bell Lie- I uld Ci.urt at Utarkf, Florida,
Monday night, April 11, at 167 Waters title .March, 2i. lliofl
I and Wilbur Wit>
The WftHthprman cooperated We were ably mutated by I will be held Saturday, April catlon- of the new Baptist other recreational activities.Mr. lestre In charge. Morning /.0Cheri... A. parbjr
ir'tnnklng the day ch>nr and the J Hifh[ School Cheerleaders 13. nt 10 a.m. ot the Starke the Softball park on Geiger high for the loseri with a 1118. church at Clay Hill Sunday. Jackson wishes to express service will be held at 11 with A. rk-rk of l'lr.ult ,",.urt
guiiny! for the children hunt- I who hid the eggs for thl.sevent Little League Diamond on noa,!. :Mayor Randal Chltt/ Schedule for Monday Apr.{ MI' ant Mrs. Bobby Crosby his appreciation to the the senior choir in charge of of Bradford County., FIop-
opened the season by throw'offout Hurstv
In* colored eggs and for the Mia. Sidney( Jackson Pratt Street, Plan to nitend. the ball. 18Eagle'll va Carp'a; and son of Gainesville and:! faculty, principal I and lunchroom Jong; service. At 6 p. m. evenIng counT snAl-.)
first! Wells; Bradford BarberShop Mrs.\ Otis Crawford also of workers of RJE High service the message will be I ,..31 4t Vil

I Lawto'y Recreation mv'Je Its vs Winkler Electric. Gainesville Mr. and:! Mis. Lee School!, also the staff oJ delivered by Rev. L. A. Sam;)-
debut In the Starke
L.engM. by ,
Flakes' arid:! son of Jacksonville Stark can.rrn:
Recreation! Dept. for
walloping Hampton 17 to 7,
Arthur A. Dale and Mr. and Mrs. Hardee of the fine heLp and support they j
starting: in the very first Inning
Held Ocala were guests of Mr. and contributed toward making 700\-.05
10 Services
with a big run rally.
Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sunday. this day a success. and other rolli-r, and you I
1- Due to the 10 run ruling, tile are hereby mjmmnned. ordered
five Innin Last SaturdayArthur The children enjoyed an egg Prizes were awarded to the and
game went only !i required to file your writ
; Your State TreasurerIs Charles Carter paced the Law- lirnt Sunday afternoon.Mr. girl or boy who found the goldor ten anew'r or dttfenava to tha 666

r tey attack! with 3 hits In 4. Ambrose Dale. 89 a and Mrs. Mills Kelly of silver egg or found the most 4 for the past
resident of Starke Lake
City were visiting Mr.
trips to the plate. Green Phillips ,, eggs. Florida and to aerve a coi>v
tl l and Dyal had 2 hlta eatj\\' 23 years, died In a local hos and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Mr. In softball.. the Lincoln City
Florida'sBiggest \ for Hampton. Ed Magee walt pital Thuriday! April 7, after anj. Mrs. Kenneth Williams boys defeated the Reno boys -

1 the winning pitcher while Rd an extended Illness. He was a Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Williams by a score of 7-4.. These game Because: of continued confusion among the

; Green was charged with the native of Indiana and was .u accompanied them will beheld:! every Monday and voters in the Second Congressional: District
I r Banker member of the First Christian homo. for a few days visit.
l ose. Tuesday at 4:30: p. m. at the
about how they will elect their four Senators
Church of Starke. Mrs. Marie Elbcson of Reno Recreation playground.All .
In the 2nd game of the eve Surviving I li: his wife Clara -Gainesville- was guest!!!! of her parents are asked to assigned by the latest reapportionment
One of the many duties of your State Treasurer is working with \. ning Pine Level Baptist : four daughters -
Church displayed a strong Dale, of Starke son and daughter-in-law. Mr pleas co-operate with Mr of the State Legislature . .
banks throughout the state in handling state monies. Your :i hitting attack In knocking off Mrs. Ethel Kirchgaslen of and Mrs. Kenneth EJlxson.Mri. Jackson in helping the children -

State Treasurer's office Is responsible for depositing state tr Fla. Pent Control 22 to 14 Wlncnake. Vfif- Mrs. Beulah Randolph Crosby' and observe the rules and regulations

funds and safeguarding securities placed with it by the Pine Level scored In every Arnrson' of St. Petersburg\ : her mother. Mrs. Carter of of the Center. an L P. "Pete" GIBSON

\ banks. During his 24 years with the State Treasurer's office, Inning except: the 5th and enjoyed :Mrs. Delpha Dean of Malhes- Maxville were visiting" Mr.. and hem>> the staff in planning
\ on. Inrt.: and Mrs. Pegiry Barnett Mrs. C. C. Ciosby Saturday wholesome supervised activities -
: a comfortable lead
Broward Williams has worked with just about bank in
) every of Greenville. S. C.: two afternoonMr.
throughout: the game. H. Davis for the ente.talnr.ient and:!
_ the State; in many cases, it was Broward Williams who helped .\ Kdmund.son Sumner, and .tepdaughters. Mrs. E'ton and Mrs. Ed Graves an J enjoyment of your teenagers

them set up their first automated record-keeping systems. I Pa)',burn each had 4. hits for Jordan of Starke: and Mrs family of Jacksonville' '?re I CHURCH NEWS

'c Broward William's banking experience has been invaluable to him Pine Level. Fred Wheeler pno- Dorothy Hatch of Green Cove dinner guests of her sister and Calvary Baptist Church

._ r In helping the State Treasurer's Q/fice/ keep pace with the ed the losers with <\ for .4. Swings: one son, Ambrose brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Schedule for Sunday, April 17. (
Two of them cleared the fence Dale of RlPgawo! N. C: Bute Crosby Sunday.Mrs. Sunday School 9:30: a. m. Worship -
growth and vitality of Florida's banking industry. for home runs. Gene Raybiirn two brothers. Steven Dale of Carolyn Crlbbs and baby service at 7:30: p. m. Til

; His experience is invaluable to you in providing PROVEN? : was the winning pit'h:! Texas, and Buell Dale of In- of Oalnejvllle were dinnerguests I activity will be a singing sponsored {;{

I competent, knowledgeable representation of EXPERIENCEIMA > Chaih-s, Blalock the losnr. lana! : and rne slater Mr of her parents, Mr. and by: sister Oeraldine: Common

k' your interests In this specialized field jo*_ft_ TAKES'' Schedule for coming games' Monta Skaggs "f Indiana. Mis. Gordon Jones Sunday.Mr. : featuring the RSA's ol

_ of government. Vote to keep proven experience Thurs, Apr. 1-1 Garden Funeral services were held ar.d Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Jacksonville.
Restaurant vi Noegel's, Au'o at 4 p. m. Saturday In Joneo Mrs. Edward Norman and Mr. Prayer meeting 1 is held each
t in a job it takes a lifetime to leirn.
Sales. 7 p.m. Pine Level va Memorial Chapel with Churls and Mrs. Herbert Norman and Wednesday night at 7:30: p. m

\. KEEP LAwtey, 8:30.: t Peeie minister of the Firs chlldvtn enjoyed an egg hunt We welcome all to worship ,,
Frl., Apr. 15-- Hampton vs Chrlnian Church officiating. I at Sampson: Lake Sunday with us. Mrs. Geraldine D.:>m. '
Noegel's 7 pm. Pest Control Interment was In Cro'bv Late.: afternoon.Mr. mon reporter. Rev. L. W
vs Garden, 8:30.: Cemetery \ nd"r direction of and Mrs. Doyle James Thomas Minister, Mt. Sin {:{

\ Mon., Apr. 18- Lawtey vs DeWItt C. Jones Funeral and children: of Jacksonville Association. i.i.

Br V ard WilliamsSTATE Noegel's 7 p.m. Pine Level Home. were guests of her parents, The Executive Board of th:? I .
/ vs Garden 8:30.: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown Association will\ it
...................... convene
'Icon Him ling League Friday.Mr. Calvary Baptist Church.
I Monday\.: night in the. Teen and Mrs. Sherman Crosby Starke on Saturday before the
TREASURER I Bowling League, Hurst Shell Bavless Hiway and children and Mrs. Joe second Sunday in May at 7:30p. : -
took all four games from Win. Green of Gainesville were dinner m. All Board members of all

Political. Ad.ertiument Paid For bjr Fred N. Jewry, Treat kler Electric. High game by By Mr., O..E. Crosby guests of his parents, Mr. cnurrhes in the Association.
i the winners was Stephen and !Mrs. O. E. Crosby Sunday. Ministers, and deacons are re- Senator for the Sixth
Smith with a 201. He also had AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr.i Eldon Sapp had/: nn queued\ to attend. The board

the highest set with a 555.: : Easter egg hunt for her primary will be open to all so come
Janelle Pollard with 175 was Mattox-Supp Wedding and beginners Sunday and have all of your questions
Mrs. Juanita Mattox of Bal publishes the following
School 'sample
class Sunday afternoonat answered. Deacon J. Carlwell a C S

Bayless ford and Hlway Budolph united Sapp of In her home. general. secretary. Rev. O. O. ballot' to better acquaint the voters with
marriage at the home of the Mrs. Carolyn Kuramay was! MeAl thur, Moderator.;: the four 24 county districts. Each voter in

groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. hostess at a party for th" Greater Bethlehem Free each county. will have the opportunity to
EDUCATION NEEDS Young Adult Sunday School Will Baptist Church.
O. L. Sapp of Bayless' Hlway, clan of Bayless Hlway Churchat Sunday School at 9:45: Sunday wUh vote for one candidate in each of the four

on Tuesday night. The double her home in Jacksonville Supt. L. C. McCUtheon:: in races listed below. .. .... ,
linn ceremony was performed;( .
Saturday night. charge. Morning service at 11
by Rev. Glenn Lawhon of
North, I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby a. m. YPL will be held at 4:30: 5th District t
side Baptist Church.
CECIL A. KENNEDY were visiting their son-in-law. with L. C. McCutcheon In
The bride was attired In an Vote for one .
off white suit with which she and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. charge. Evening service:: t p. ,
Olenn Stanley in Jacksonville m. The weekly schedule Is as
wore n short length veil and: J. Emory "Red'" Cross -
Sunday. follows: Monday, Choir No 3
I: EDUCATION : WITHOUT IT NORTH blue phoes and gloves. SheW01'e Mr P. C. Dickens spent the will hold rehearsal. Tuesdav

a purple orchid corsage. weekend in Albany, Oa. with night club I Hal Dcnla .
FLORIDA WILL WITHER AND DIE! Mrs. Ruby Rlckerson. mother meeting. Wednesday -I
I her daughter and son-in-law, night general. prayer meeting
of the bride, blue
wore a
Mr.\ and Mrs. Partier. :;. Thursday night' Choir 2 E. : '
dres complimented. with a Charly Johns ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby will' hold rehearsal. Each Friday -
CECIL A. KENNEDY is that pink carnation corsage. Mrs. and children -
appalled of BrunswickOa. Choir No. 1 rehearsal. iDistrict -
Sapp. mother of the groom: :\
over at the Cape man is reaching for the stars, wore a multi-striped jereithese were weekend guests of Sa tut day night different Vote for one
their !parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. groups will be [ /
1. while In North Florida little children's feet ares with a pink carnation sponsoring .a

mired in the mud of a horse and buggy educa- corsage. A.Neal Crosby.Broussenu is selling Friends are invited to'' Jackson Ban' ,
apendin join the fun. L. C. McCutch-
tional system. The living room was beautifully a while; with his mother Mrs, a,

". ] decorated with white Jean Brousseau!!' In Balyston Martha ':M. duthrlD, EdLBu.sh 1
w. gladiolus and pom poms. Thapiano
it S "As your SENATOR from the 25th SENATORIAL Mass. Plaintiff i
the focal with
was pslnt .
We extend our deepest! v. Tom R. Davis '. .
S DISTRICT I will the sym lumen '
represent a sunburst arrangement on it C. dutrirlo,
pathy to the family Mrs. Dyer .. .. .
r> f nd nt. :, "
'tat three major universities and 'twenty before -which..the ceremony' .who, was loved by all'I"h'' ) IICH OK stir, .:TC'. .' John :: : -
four county school boards." was performed: ThoSe' who attended knew her and who will In the ,nime of lh. fcltate of Due. ., _
the wedding were the oe Florid, : To Junien C. luthrl,
Immediate families of the greatly missed. lea: l-t'ififtwnnd Hrr."U. Hpa.tan'burw. L. p .Pet.. .
ii.' CECIL A. KENNEDY is pledged to make youn: coupde including Mr. l Vim Honth are hvrnSv Cnrnllmt.! notified: the t

the 1967 legislature the greatest education and Mrs. Rickerson of LakeButle" IM. TIII: "IIH" "'1' i 01 n v fit a milt In eipilty, ha. hi>.." -
I MM tni-'tkifii coi vrv, KI.OH. r.rnutrht a".lnol", von by Martha /Wayne Mizoft- -
session in the state's history. Mrs. Ruby Yarborough, IOdia
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ll>\ IN c.\ M I. (UuthrlK In the above -
of Ralford. Mrs. Tanner and (..,M..1 "0. la-in: I antitletl fmirt and ituae. r", .. ..- .
d Iyore... CMiMnly' of lua chili) / Murphy .
: "The Universities need
more money. ..
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They are understaffed undercquipped and B. C. Pearce .. .
have too much interference from the state -

I., cabinet. Do you live 'here. ? -p 8th Vote District tot on* .

j The twenty four county school boards d .--- -

iii_ nesd: more state help to educate the children I Frank: J. Amerman :
I, in their care. i. i.S -
: Saudis WamiiI Claud9 M. "Red- Frank

CECIL A. KENNEDY who sought the tHe Jute

A gradual of Georgia Military Aeadtmy, CECIL A. best education available for his own children Stisefli. MoUory E. Home
KENN DY, attended Morc.r University for three y ura. Hie bIdi W.kii. sttmbi
.'"" .. and whose wife has been teaching for fifteen ; "I'
education was interrupted by .ho war. He completed flIght -
.. training at Georgia T.ch and aerved a* a flight Instructor years in the Hamilton County school system, :::d ad George Lewis II .

during World War II. His wife, Pauline, has taught In knows and understands the problems and Gtthr, 25th District \

4'I Hamilton County schools tor the pa.. fittsen ,ura. They needs of education in the 25TH SENATORIAL 'I Vote for one .
have raised. and educated two bo.,.. Like their father, the
., .. DISTRICT. .
Waldo, theldest. .
two boys attended Georgia Military Academy. ,
_,t Jobn G. &now
Is of Emory University. The youngest
a graduate) .
; : B njamin, graduated from the University of Florida. and "I I hereby accept the challenge at a full :\

..z. le presently completing studies. at the University of Tennessee time public servant and offer you an opportunity Jim HolleJam. -

.,,. School of Medicine. to educate your children to they may Every Voter In The 58 Counties Can Vote for FOUR Senators .. \

compete in this complex technological age." /, .. E. JOOnoe
a e -
One In District 5; One In District 6; One in District 8, and One in District 25. -

Cecil A. KENNEDY thoroughly agrees with educators who stress that the twenty Cecil A. Kennocty _

.-j- S year old minimum foundation program long ago served its purpose. DISTIKl I DISTlICT DISTRICT a DISTRICT U

.- CECIL A. KENNEDY supports taking the minimum out of the minimum founda. J. I. "Rd" Cots Jackson .,,." P. J. Aldermen' J. O. Barrow Ea Peck .
-. Hal 0.vlCh .> Id L Built C. M. F.nk. Jim t4oiI. 1J -
St tion program and putting in ts place a Qualty Foundation Program. ,ll. .. John Torn R. Davis MALLOn I. HOINU J.m.. e. 10.00. / Harry O. Stra110nSam

: Cecil A. Kennedy knows now is the time to prevent North Florida from withering : L John,. HP.I.Du. GlblOn G.og. Lowi., II C.Id A.Peck Konn.d" .. _

W.VM Micion,. H. O. 5"011' / Teague
because of educational
and inadequate
dying an system. Cda Murphy" Sent h.gu. II

4 ." A Vote for CECIL A. KENNEDY candidate for the 25th SENATORIAL DISTRICT S; Keith 5 C. 'Who.r....e.! ,.

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STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. APKH. II.$ tiltIR! __________________________________________________________________________

r &i-: ,, : Mrs. Maser Injured TVrViL Woman's Club "County Not Responsible"

jT- KEYSTONE f In Accident Plans Breakfast ;

On Highway 21A Driver CourseA Geneva Petitioners Promised

HIGHLIGHTS Keystone Height" \ nina> prourr.sMve. breakfast will I

: \VIIH Injured Mon.lnv i ifioi. ion ''T held by the Keystone'
r' In a one car accident on Stat Hllc'hls'oman's Club on : Help With High Water Problemi

: By Emily Thomas Estates Road,' 21 near Keyatonc Club April 19. followed by a card

4 Phones Mrs. Evelyn Fmnr.. M.ISP-. puny Ail: women of the community, i i : t need tor' taklnu immediate pioHoli fit the 105 foot bulk-

V I was admitted 10 III rufllrd! I I' are invited to participate In''I stlp.s to lower the water". : headI hleh vHs built aftei

i ': Day 413..J66'Nlte'!-. 473-4589 ('ollnt v Hospital for ti-e-Ument th i affair[ nn annual fund- level 'n Lake Geneva" was the 11>54 court orjei
of Injuries to her neck and brought' to the attention of 2. The district office of ''oe
L I lOlsliiK! event of the KIOUP. Be-
A combination of winter. chid blossoms, sent by Mr. McEachern's left knee. She was/ trnnstVrod -i -ft inilnit: : at the home of AIrs( the Clay County. Comml.islon. : Florida State Highway Department
l'nlv," at itt meeting Monday by two advise, that the ele-
sum.ner. and March has been nephew in Punta Tuesilay% to the rsltMedlcnl \ Dii"id !Nelson with Juices (rom
wii.n us in the pa-st several Qorda. Azaleas were usd Center in Oalnaavllle I A f'ltatlon of Appreciation wilt. priscntrdMfiiulity (i,orK< :Srliiieffcr;" rIght! ) I.. pictured' \\It h d'i: ) to 9 a. m. the particl residents of the area. vatio-i I of the culverts installed

days. but even at its worst throughout the house. A hospital] spokesman) i-eport- ) Plight to E. l.. Matthrwit. (left). four new .memher. In* h.... rci-rnileil fur the PMI t.< ulll procee-,1, to t the home Keystone Councilman Walton under highway S-214 from

Jie-.tf.. we can be thankful that Visiting the McEacherns for oil her ronditlon oa faIr |>iil llihiT of TinTtli'xrupti.! by KeystoneHHjflits cl Mrs. John Bird for th L. Thomas and D.irrell i Lake Geneva Into Oldfield
chili: I'uul'lIltlnn, JmiieH :Spiirkniun; llriul- \before the
According to the FliP HI cl- Davis appearing Pond are 105.6 feet above sea
It has farcd us better than in the occasion were their U.MIM. ('hlh. At rlKdt I.. (01, JohnItflillrr m.im\ course: from 9 to 9:41lower' : ; I
dent report, Mrs. Muser w 'is .Il')' Norton, and (huon linker. Coirm.-i.sslon.: placed blame for level" or' eight inches above iiif
other places and that we have daughter, Mrs. O. W. Searle.of (, \ by the card party at
south SR 21 I iircnlilfiit of tinClub. the hlllh water levelon 1
Ini present
driving on 103 foot le.el set by the court.order
enjoyed [a pleasant holiday In- Iowa City. Iowa who flew the! council room of the city
I. 191>2 Chevrolet) Station lugged dialnasie ditches
Wagon : thus damming tile water
terirn.XNIVERRY. to( Greenville S. C.. where she PRESENTED ha''I from 10 to 12:30.: I
around 4:10: m. Moniln[ AWARDS and (culverts highI
p in Lake Geneva at a
met another daughter Mrs J. For reservations! call Mm
whi-n the loft front I tire blew A similar !
A 'Inner party gh'en by W. Willis, her husband and Kara McDonald or Mrs. J. A, complaint tOlleth-1 I level.
their daughter marked the two children, Beth and Owen. out causing her to lose ,rim Lions Hear Need For More 'Home Rule'The Wlliams.' co-chairmen. er with a petition : Clay County Commissioner
trol of the vehicle. The st Keystone Lake
i- iront
25th wedding anniversary of: r with, whom she trove to Key- Driver Course property owners on : O. J. Muirhee SI' told Thomas!,
tlon traveled" \0: ,
wagon Home Geneva was filed with the
lilt 1'. and Mrs. Herbert Clover. tone arriving Thursday night. Late realstratlona will be and Davis that It wasn't the
feet, left the roadway an.strtu Commission
County : '
settle. I They left Sunday morning. local bill system U outmoded more familiar with the nced ford County Telegraph stat accepted for the National count: s responsibility' but
'Ic i
\(( a tree.Mrs. last Jr.
I \"feky\ H. L. Morgan::
Married ot Macclermy or following the early church Maser was cpnrtuii.. ,! ti and Individual coun of the county than n senator. ins : "Lions International" aaknovntdges : Safety: Council Di-'ver' 1movcmcnt and W. A. Fordyte. I proml.std that the CommissIonwould
April 13. 1941, the Cloversetties service at Community Church. Course given locally : do everything possibleto .
he on her wny to work !Ii'i lies must 1 be given the pownrt who might not reside lit the with grateful ap- p The petition asked for the
have one daughter. Mr Other visitors were Mr. Mc- Gainesville when the avtldou.. "home rule" in governina: area :i pre-Tlion| the outstanding by the Woman.s Club as a lowering of the water level In seek a solution.

W. E. Dampier I Delores I. secretary Sacherns!: sisters Mrs Linda n,','''II',"d Shil.s 1 the wife .o themselves. Jackson Bryan, It .s BS a busy nhht for th" i contribution may by the Bradford nanonal. Federation project Geneva to 105 feet above -.en Acting County Attorney

to Judge Thcron Yawn McLendon of St. Petersburg Edward :Maser[ clinical pliycholoKlHt Palatka attoinpy and candinte Lions with action on a number County Tclcuraph. Piepnti'S Held: at the city hall council level The said thk James Norton' said the i-ountv

In Starke. and a son. Marshall, ind Mrs Ava Kennedy of. on the staff of it:. foi the State Senate told: of important matters j' on behalf of the more ,room the course: will be given the "le'111 petitioners high level" established : could be hi-ld liable if wateiI '

a student at Hampton School. Punta: Gorda: two nieces, Mrs Florida, State Prison. I the Keystone Heights Llon- from a floit for the forthrom-1 i than 750.000( Lions In over 132 ftotn 10 a. m. to 2 I p. in. today was I Continued On Next Page)

'f :Ms..CloversettIe, .a.neftivi 1-li1. ..Wa.&aon.a.n.d..MI'Io.Aman .I .. Club Monfla.v night. !lag state convention in Jack'-! cOlmt,.'. '1 'of the free world." I Thursday I and l FI'lday-Joy- -"bock"in 1954 In when 11 court high ncMon waici* -

Georgian,:: moved to Florida a popei'tiuountl
an early ase. living at Theres- md a nephew, Richard: lour renators the 24-county sorshipof: the Keystone Explorer -I new trembi'rs. Into the club at \\' %' Patrol. the lake shore. 5thAnniversary

ea. and her husband Is a native Ateer" of Ocala.MEANDERING. M"-I Speedville 2nd( Congressional I Dls-trict. under Troop this t'rne: Paul Waldon. JumesSparkinan. Participants need not be 11- :
In the] 1954 court action( 1 IEH. :
Floridian, having been : : lIcGL'E'the I rented drivers and the
Raises Funds the new reapportloiunen George Schaeffer reportedthat and .Bradley Norton course Cooper. John Denmark
reared: on Lake Bedford. Charles McOlaves were bill, It would be impossible the club, had : ulil) not effect the status of
I contllbllt"1 Tincv Brtk'-r. Sr. et nt. )plaintiff -
JURTIIJJAY mtmbers of the official host for KIT4111* counties to obtain a total of $855 to ) Jo t ph t hughes was .given: "; t'e': driver Insofar as licensing
sunrise service at John Brnslimon anrMurth.i
AP Easter vs !
: A gathering of family members \roup at the International I the oroper attention for the 11 Foundation for the Blind during n Certificate of Appreciationfor I concern.'d, the primary 1 purpose -
marked the opening o' BrHMinvton. his wife
was\ held to celebrate the Board Meeting of the Lion1 3 i n m. local legislation in Tallahas / the! year. and was commended HIM contribution to the bel.';; to acquaint the .
of the defendants the court ante!
70th birthday of James H. Tluon, held March 30 to A.>rl' ibservances holy day see. He said there Is no reason: for his efforts In thitdetriment. SI !tht Con.servnllon:: I program. :I mo:!frn-day driver with the )
of thr ordei 1I1I1'III" defendant:
McEachern. local realtor la 1. at the Dcauvllle Hotel In by the why the local bills heretofore : Ll'Ki' : President John Beldler new rules and regulation ot an
of God Faith in I' to the plaintiffs to ,n-
Church by pcimlt
Friday afteinoon at 3 o'clock! :Miami Beach. The meeting passed in the Legislature District' Governor Charles conducted! the bll!
." Cake and refreshments were Mas coupled with the conclaveof Speedville.Oificiatlng the should not be handled on the McGlave presented a Citation Ion /and Tummy Mlllicnn Introduced I I ( of courtesy and properA move water outlet leading!
at eatly
ierwcd from a table centerec tne Florida Council of OovlflOYS' ; local le-'el by the varto'icount'i of Appreciation' to E. L. Matthews the speaker. II I I c"h'ln! ,
and held at 7-30 from Lake Geneva to
seiv'ce: m
_ Ith an arrangement/ of or- official meeting with p. commissions who are publisher of the Bradcalendar : I small fee. will be charted:
'he Florida group and their way! the pastor, Elder Walte: I by the patrol for materials. Pond "down to an ele.ntloi!. Apr. 15 May 1st
not l.nver than I 105 feet ab:>\
t MURRHEE Camp. Other meetings wen!
wives hosting the interna- I used In the course. All Interested -
that of Sunday School at sea" le\el." The older furl he
tonal meet.Delegates, Annual ; Prison Tour persons! arc Invited toenroll. See These
Insurance Ladies
Agency 10:30: a. m. and WWC serviceat I vpquired! defendants "to keep
from Japan. MexIco -
General; Inaurance Peru. France. Hawaii 6 p m, !Invitational F OW V Enjoyed By i Uojrd) !Meeting any obstruction( ut and ilea RCA VICTORValues
the mouth of the said outlet
A total offering of $503 wa'
Finr. CAS PA MY MA N Jrway, Finland, Netherlands Garden Club At the board meeting last
made at the four services Starts April 18 from: accumulating and obstructing -
MBINK': AUTO-BOND8K :ind India were among those Na- Tuesdayfrs.. Earl Voyles
which will be used towarr'pevment Thursday April 14 l the uatuial flov
.yatoTi Helffhta.! 473-478! In attendance, and Kitty sing- on the new church The Ladies Annual Invlta.lonal tional Safety Council Driver Ei'diteen members and six ru'nmaie:: sale chairman, reported through said natural watel
t Continued On Next Page] on the success of the .
has Sue.itof th" Garden Club 01
bialidlnt( de icated last month Golf Tournament Improvement Course 10 a. m. outlot."
oeen set for April 18. 19 andO to 2" p! m. Keystone Municipal: the Lakes: touted the' RnU'orJ I event and thanked the committee The Comll118slunel'serp' \ VALIJE-PIUCELOWBOY!) !
I who worked" with heron
I at the\ Keystone Golf and Bid;*. Sponsored by Keystone Prison naidens: and grecnhousca toM} Chat a recent" check of a _
the ; sale
-our.try Club. Heights Woman's Club.-Keystone on 'Ihursday. April 7. guaiiA placed In the lake reveale1

RE-ELECT P On the opening day of the PTA meeting. 7:30: p. m. M. B. Jordan supervisor ol thrt the water\ level In 4

vent, a Pro-Lady round wille School lunchroom. Program by the Ec-ucatlon\ Department of tron. and Vincent Brlce and early March was 106.98 feel

) held, according to tournament :Mrs. Kraut's class. the prison, spoke to the group, Dr. E. W. Oarrls of OiilneH- above sea level

0. 4J chairman Freda Wy- Friday, April 15 Diiver explaining the objectives of vlllc. Past Grand Patrons, ata Tha: petitioners claim thousands -

J. JlHiTlicc) Sr. tnuiL] Individual play will Improvement Course. 10 a. m. the lu'ogl'al'III the rehlblHtatlon meeting( on Tuesday at 8 p. of dollars in damage to

nkc place on the 19th and to2: p, m. Municipal Bids. of prison: inmates and the m. In the Masonic Hall. property that has been Improved '

20th; Registrations will be Late registrations accepted. teaching of skills In ornamentai Worthy Matron Dorothy since the 1954 court order -

accepted until opening day Saturday April. 16 Boy horticulture that will Koons will preside at the on the assumption! thai

for those wishing: to enter :Scout: hike.Smday. be useful to the men after I meeting, after which refreshments the water level would be Th GLADSTONE

COUNTY COMMISSIONER ither tourrey Advance reservations -I April! 17-Kevston" release will be served by a maintained at 103 feet. 21 Mirk* tub*XI.;,.i S'H.fr*1 ll*d..l.l.ttUhl4. O
are requested:; foi Hiit'.i: School 1 Senior Class tripto In touring the greenhouses committee consisting of Kutlieilne The petitioners state! th< Jtt'j' i in prf 't

arts.A Nassau. Departure 7 p. m. where beaulltul orchids were McOlave. Velma. Menzen" believe that there are two RCA VICTOR .\ ,dl''ta.-

DISTRICT 4 cocktail and supper party Monday, April 18 Pro- blooming, the garden club Elva Scott. Ruby Osteen and basic reasons for impropei

'las been scheduled for al! Lady Golf Tournament. Key- visitors saw evidence of pre- T.d.th Nicholson drainr.ge of Lake Geneva: a

contestants! and their escoitr -trn, Golf and Country Club pal nl10n already started for I. Clay County has not re-"

Tuesday A charge will be Clay County Better Schools the t-nnunl prison A ('la.Mlrlf'dd' In the TELEGRAPH ;- milarlv\ and sufficiently cleat YR. FREE

made for non-participants Coirmlttee. 8 p. m. Srhool siow: In May. The brlna rmult I;d the drainage ditch and ap-
Flowel'l //1 I
Keystone Heights, Kingsley *-in atteiv) the affair. Board meeting room, Green cluded with a delicious Service with

Women' Championship love Springs. eon sea vej III the Color Set

Lake, McRae, Belmore, V Mrs Alex Brokas was med- Tuesday.: April 19 Worn- Inn room.The j
V ili.vlth! an 84 In the qualifying !- :a.Vs Club Progressive Break : Garden Clubs of }'IOI- I Vote For Progress Vole For

County at Large \ VJL roiin' of the Women't fast. 8:30: to 9 a. m.. juice atj I Ida In titutod!) and regularly I

"luh Championship Tournament -, Mrs David Nelson's E. Lake- ; contribute to the support; of D. Anthony "Tony"BAKER

held last Thursday. view Drive. 9 to 9::45. maIn the HiTcnhou.si's: nt RalCoid. |I 4 I. .._..
Those with the eight lowcs' course ot M:". John Blr.-T.s..I \ j-' ,
\ I"1'I'F. 1'l.Ii.IOOS": : ) :. WI lIla YOI.IK von AND V
AI'I'KECIATE. SUI'POKT( IN TIIK''': CO.MINC:' : DEMOCUATIC: I'KIMAKY.: FIKST! I IN :: flight:: were Mrs -itrty. Council Room of City

EXPERIENCE., PROVEN I INTEGRITY; C'APAIM.E; Tokas. Mrs Art Ketch. Mrs Hall Admll'lon- Ladles In- I fTe local chapter of the Mol'tl1'eop1e
V., RELIAnLE- ICIENT. V \. ,.., D.inU Mrs. J. D. Hen-et"- "Ititlonal Golf Tournament. Older) of the: Eastern Star will! i JI.CA VlCTDR,
n. Mrs. Whitney Wyman Keystone Golf and 1 Count!y uoivn- Mrs Vernu Brlce. of ThataAa

O. J. MURRHEE, SR. Mrs. F. P. Menzen. Mrs. Lon Club. Cocktails and s'!;)!>Ct' Onl'iesvlllH. Past Grand Ma- Otb r T ln i ioaJllack ... .

Ru., ton, and Mrs. HajJtHrnes. following. Eastern Star .FOR() .Q Whit. ;

meeting. 8 o. m. Masonic Ha'!. or Colo j
I !:
(tri.i. political H'lvr.rtl.icnient. pulJ! for by O. ,J. Miirrlirc Sr.)Ij The tournament was' hcWMonday. Wednesday' April 20- L cI- KEYSTONE J .7 County Commissionev I
Tuesday and Wed 'lea Invitational Golf Tourna- V

'H' ,dal: with sixteen 18-ho'e ment final round. Keystone Drive-In Theatre ':- District Four

j = ulavers participating: In the ->If and Countrv Club.Thundflv. I 26'ftb.S.I..AI1O2(aar.Il dilt)
)r = -- rtninploiishlp and fli" t flightst : April! 21- Ladles Fri.. Sat. Apr. J 15.;) IB I 425 |.In*pictur* -

it ititc : : AI
::\ Dr. Robert M. MOUP 3. also held.!: 'in'-heon. Starke Country RCA VICTOR

First day's results In the 18 dub.: [ AMiRESSIVECAI'AI'.Li(; :
< iou! rhnmi'lonship; flight. reultcd !' r.t .. .-
r.. in Mrs. Art. Ketch 4 PlHNtlf NolchocHi! $:!.50/ ) at flu : ':
-.-, .' I DURTON.41.: .
f n ntfit" Only
! 2 Mrs. E. P. l\f nzcn. t JJQ.95 I
.fr*, J. D. Henderson 5 anJ: 3
mid Starke: women -
'IV'I'fr.! : Lon Ru."hton; MrsA 'THE SPY c"- : ; ;
! irot'p! ( on May 3 for a nine-
L. Da ni'. over Mrs. RajStarnes '
'\0:> tuund and luncheon.
I 5 aiij 4: and Mis J WHOCflMEIN

I 'BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONDISTRICT ncv Alex 1<<: Wyman B-.okus:: 2 over and Mrs.I I. Whit- I I It FROM THE BAKER . /is the ;MAN I! 10 %

First flight winners wer- '
ONE-CLAY COUNTYMY :Mrs E. F. A'ken' 5 and 4 over This mwcat' .:'COLD' 'r'r.:; I'ulitliHl \tlVtH itl-ienii.Mit\ !F'aid! For By

Mrs. ,I. B Chesslngton.: Mrs '
: / 1M D. Anthony (Tonyl! Baker
PAST AND FUTURE POLICIES AS A I Gay Living-ton 6 and 4 over I helpyou
Mri.! Fremont Tolles: MI'S Al ;

' MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD ARE : Watson 3 and 2 over Mrs Above

John Batts: and Mrs. Gordon I Cost

1 1. To attract a select group of mentary and secondary schools, L'e 3 and 2 over Mrs Huntley Elect -

teachers' to our county and rt-: and pro\idinjj better vocational Rldlearn. II I And Old Trade-In
I far eompUl protection you R. T.
lain those devoted leathern who training for those who will seek In the nine-hole competition I need iniuronc that It adopt- on'u"h

like our county and our children mployment immediately follow championship Mrs. Marshall obla? to changing protection \\ ers-ttefrigeri-
\ "Dick"For i
Gallop won over :Mrs. Lindsay needi. Thot't what you getIn
by careful consideration of their ing graduation. Walker". in a 10th hole sudden-: every Gulf life policy with LOVORN tor-

salaries working conditions, curriculum I. To Rive the ,:'reate,..t care I death playoff. Adapt-A-Plan. For example be, DryersItanues.) { Kto.:
policy eon
class size, instructional to the financial management of I Rule ChanCH a adapted mortgage to provide retirement,

and library materials. and by the entire school system providing A revision: has been made I 'Income. Ask this friendly Gulf We:4.'I': \ l'c All :.M.iKes

maintaining harmonious communications ) u !superior school system!' by by the rules committee con- I life Representative about III School Board Appliiince and T\'
cernln; practice on the tall'Wlt.o i: Clay County
between the staff and making: the best use of ev".ry
; which: will permit limited
the faculty. available source of educational practice cf ten balls or less ;-1 I '* .q IH TIUl'T{ NO. ::1{ WHEELERDISCOUNT

2. To 'hiiild efficient, attracfund4: Local State. Federal and with nc Interference to play.

jive air conditioned class rooms. Philanthropic. Also! permitted will be the use Sincere Capable :( Efficient

for our rapidly increasing school These were my pledges. to the cf a Hrcer'! number of balls on 'V

population ((50% ) increase since voters four years ago.) Progress", Nt). 8 anJ,: 9 fairways only be- I A Vote For Dick I.ovorn' I Is A Vole For Appliance Store

1960)) at the lowest cost per has been made in all four areas foi*'tees 8 a m.It Practice prohibited on greensor at all : Progressive/ : County Sch M>ls

'square foot In the state. during my first term as your Between Melrose &
times.! 'V
3. To expand the curriculum. school board member. We will The Ladles: Oolf-A-nound Keystone

Increasing the academic program continue to progress: if you will meet and luncheon will be- I Route 21

for the college bound. Hroadeninfr give me your ote of confidence beta!:! on April 21 at the Starke 4

! the cultural p (jgrams in the dc- on May :'lrd.I Country Club. Advance sign HLMTLJ: RKUFKAR.V: Jr. Your Vote and Support I Is (I reatly Appreciated. ;\Ielrn.e1.21111, / ;) )

up will be necessary for pal'tld'lltlon Phone 473-4310
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ternatlonal director; and Elliott leg, George and Hugh; daughter 29 before biology classes at hoste.ss. Mrs Clarence Davis' I'' them to our fair city. rabbits over and let all the I I urd&Y. and BonediaionMonday. and Dally!Evening offices Prayer of ,Morning 8:00: ( A.

Petitioners Roosevelt. son of the late Virginia her husband. Keystone Heights School demonstrating with Mrs. John Hlmble. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Simmons children pet them, for a while. Novena m. and 5:00: P. M.
and 7:30: p. M.
president who as mayor of Manuel Entenza., and the En- mouth-to-mou/th/ Henry Mlckle's with Mrs. and. family of Orlando A lire destroyed Mr.

I Promised HelpFrom Miami Beach gave the wel- ten...a's IOn Tommy, his wife resuscitation; and use of the James Cook. Mm. M. A. Sch- / lave moved h 1'e. They are ; Mrs. George Hank and fam- _'ntel'demonlnatlonalCommunlty _Preibvtertan

coming address and presentedkeys and two little ones. oxygen lesuscltator. roedct's with Mrs. Bernaid staying: : with. her parents Mr. : ily's home recently; They lost Church D"- Faith Presbyterian Church

to the city to the visiting Joining Ed Wiggins for \ Clocomb; co-hoitess. Mrs. T and Mrs. C. A. Ford until their : everything in the fire. They A. C. Hott. minister: Mrs -Rev. J. R Noale Ji min

[ Preceding Page] dignitaries. The wife of the Easter was his daughter, Mrs. W. Hanaen. Mrs.\ Robert I home is made ready. stayed a week with his par- George Camevft. organtot ister-: Mri. W. A. Wallace, or-

Geneva Into governor of Hawaii himself an Hugh Wilson of Lake City. An I PE flCE D3drl will be /icuesU of Ms.R. :Mr. and Mrs Lovell of If ow- ants. Now they are staying in Sunday School 9:30: () a. m ganfst; Mrs. Carl Swisher

was drained from of official delegate. had orchids: earlier visit brought another A. Gaunt for a 12:30: IhornA spent Sunday with Ripplcy's apartments across Morning Worship. 11! 5.. m summer organist.Sunday .

adjoining lies 1cm In'lands.Putnam Some County and carnations flown over caushter! Mrs Sam McCordof \! luncheon. E,f nins: circle.!: !M'-s\ C. W. Sever and daughter fiom the OJoms.' II anyone clothIng I Nursery open both hours] School, 9.44; .. m.

the land said that the from her state fashioning leis Rochester N. Y. for several Mrs. :Mabel- White's meets at Shirley. wishes: to donate some do Morning) Worship 11 .. m.
and Norton 7:43: with Mrs. Rby Bridges; Mrs. Fink held a Liquid Em- furnltuie or else please Epl co".l
should be Clam the carnations for all the days with her father.Mr. Sunday:! [Nursery open Doth
Putnam Commission: Mrs J. M. Wrinkles: c-lrcte. theRE broUery Party at her home I &o as there are two small boys JV. W
action Is taken men in attendance. and presenting and Mrs. A. H. Lagase St. Anne's Rev hours.
consulted before from orchid corsages to the were in Gainesville on Easter ecca..s. will meet at 8 p. in.. Tuesday night at 7 p, m. I 3 and 4 years old. Contact the Worstall. vicar; B. G. Copeland -

to drain surplu& water women. for dinner with his brother. I By Scuttle Thomas place to be announced :Ai. s Mr and Mrs. Larry Thompson ( Hanks to avoid duplication ol organist.

Geneva. Elmer Howe's 9JO: () a. m. circle and children of Orlando articles. and Ser
and Mrs. Prayer
Dr. F. S. Lagasie Morning
Davis said the high water Is The next convention was set residentof A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH >
Lagnsse Also there for the Six; weeks exams will be meeting place will be announced spent the Easter: Holidays Bill" Haydorn. a mon. 2nd and 4th Sunday
lake In 1969.
klllln trees around the for Japan 15. Melrose for 21 years diedSunday brings! results
14 and
13 in
holllaysere their nephew. held on April In Sunday's bulletin.MELROSE. with friends and relatives 9:30 a. m. I nursery open >
and Is costing several hundreds which the McGlaves are saving This. marks the end of the Melrose.' Apiil 10 at 4 a. m. He :
and sermon
and Eucharist
:! of dollars In lepatrs to their added sheckles.feature as of it a side has children Robert Lagasse, of Melbourne his wife whstopped :; fifth olx-wceks period. Next ,.......... yy 9 Sunday at the Bunnon Kel- is survived by his wife, and 1st Holy and 3rd Sundays, 9:30 A
dock and other structures. as an e'am111 be the final semester t.wc daughters In New
a s
y's lake home was a gatheringcf : ). Ctuuvl.:
by Keystone for !a M. [nursery open
Tlw Commission auth4lzedNorto' trip to Hawaii. kl:1J the end YOlk His body was taken by THE!!: RIGHT tORN for U>.
short visit Monday followingthe exams nUll : rarnlly and friends for a School 9:30: () A. M. "Huly Eutharist. -
to consult with the Other journeylngs In the of the school year. Reportcards t picnic and Easter Egg hunt. airplane back. to New York for each Sunday." way you write. Come la antiseeleot
vl..ltolth 8
line includedan his parents a. m.
Road Department In an effort dist Ict governor \ will be distributed on burial. your iavolte* ES'l'ERait -
There were! twenty five preen 7:30() P. M
Mr.\ araj Mrs. Gay Livingston Evening Prayer, : '
official< visit, his last, to the lUthhammer. Roth-
Ky Sally pen.
ditches -
25. Glynn
to have the drainage and Mrs.
April Mr.
_ Monday. t.
In Jacksonville and their son Alec, spent each Sunday. ETC!: 8t':: P. M.
Lions Club -
and culverts cleaned out Nor- Riverside The fifth grade clauses under hem for Easter Sundaywas
The El lam Baptist Church
l last weekend with Mis. Llvlnnston's saaOAAI .k..4.. ...AAa each Sunday
for which they were
ton suggested that the Inter- mother. Mrs. S. R. the. direction of :Mrs held an Easter Egg Hunt Friday her parents, Mr. and11's.

nal Improvement Board and I accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Strong and Mrs. Kraus, willpresent at 10 a. m. for the small C. R. Wesley sisters., Nancy .
Turner ant Mr. Turner, at la-l
the Board of Conservation George Massa and induction of a pl'iy "America! Duplicate Bridge winners Wesley, and Ella Jane Chllders
to four old. The
their in Palm Beach. fry up; years!
I at the Orange home wel'ltIIel'e: Mrs. Hol.m.l:! B..yai -
should get Into the act before new members Land of the Fre at the PTA OA pins hid the esgs; for the of oamejvL.e: ELECT
The Albert Bachmanns have fir.Lll.ce.
final steps are taken to lower Park Club Monday night accompanied I meeting on April 14. The students Mrs. Jim Wilson in tots. Mothers and grandmothers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones

the water level. I by Mr. and Mrs. recently returned from a weekin In ,the classes! made up I Mrs. Paul Johnson and helped the little ones find ana daughter. Terry of Jacksonville -
St. Petersburg during Mr. S. S. Hubtwrd In sscon ROYri'
Rav thiS plnv. It starts, with the the weekend
which took In the baseball an eRg or two. I IMI'
they -
AlJcn and!
THERE place. Mas. B. A. ;
hIRE 'N of the and l .
I landing Pilgrims and Mrs Bert Chlapplnl with Mr. and Mrs. Carl PHass'lund .
games played golf and trace to 1059 and Mrs. J. P. Footer( in third
The Albeit Holt lofJ'J1eas our history Jr They broughtTerry's
and family spent< Easter !nHawtnorne
full to the bi 1m with family on when Hawaii became a state. place.Me: s. J. J. Brennan and with her brother pet kitten with them.
Visitors at the home of the Mrs./ E. P. W.-Uut. in foul: tl1
This will also be
Easter Sunday as their son program pre- Sunday nU'ht lYRECOUNTY
urd family. Charles Sutton. Hq! ian away
Haiold Suttons are her mother :
Duncan, his wife and their sented to the elementary! stu niace.) I Mrs Cecil Hook went to: He yellow: and white and an-
Mrs. F. A. Fltzpatrlck ancfsister I II
ch>k.;en. Edward! and Vicky Mallon d..nt.lit. an assembly.Our SIlt; anti Mrs Pci/.v* Gils- ramps last week. She brourht' sueis to the name of Sam. If
Miss FItzpatrick
their home in school banner has arrived bon and dauahtu-: of Coral! I
were down train should find him, please
Pa Belled her daughter and girls back: anyone
[From Preceding : of Norfolk, Va., who will spend
Severna Paik :Md., arriving: three weeks with the Suttons and It an display temporarily Gable spent the weckid' : with ttsr. Mrs. James H arne's contact Pat Hagglund: and she I ITi

out the exquisite native Wednesday and leaving Mon\ to, in the of lice. It will visiting friends'! and relative husband joined them on Sun- will contact her brother. Mr COMMISSIONERDistrict
Ujring their stay, a trip
garments worn by the Indiana day. Their \l tlt included a trip be lined an the backdrop forth in Mel i Die. dny. Jones.

and Japanese as well as the *o IJaytona Beach with the Mlainl has been planned.Col. trophy aw'ird' nhawcase in Capt. and Mis. W. P. Dun-
Charles and:! Etnogene Perry
!. a.nd.irs\ David Nelson
couturier designs/ on the young Mrs Holt's mother. Eleven rave from trip : the gymnasium. It In: blue I can Jr. went.o Clearwater the and children! of Atlanta Oa 4 Clay CountyAn
just returned a
lettering on a white rayon weekend of 2 3. Mis
French women. family membeis drove April aaj I
I spent the weekend) visiting
the west coast of the
:'own "
Notable guests Included, I over from Jacksonville for background and rends 1 state, with} stops at Dunedin i stone High Indians." Our In of Show their patents. Mr. and Mrs. C IJ. Experienced businessman For A More
and Beauty" Style
actress Martha Hyer. who attended EII 'er church services! T' Perry and Mr. and Mrs. H
with her father. Judge' 1 dinner 1n'ludlnsson:: Albert to tee former! Keystonlans the tllan'ad l I is! centered betweenthe it the Jack Tar Hotel. O. Williams. Business-like County Government.
John Korgis'; St. -Baptist
Julian Hyer, of Texas' an In-, < his wife and three sons Char- petersburll.1 cuption. A bright yellow- Wednesday wus :.;"'8. Car- Mrs Ella Brown and Kranl- J. D
visiting/ filends' ; orange fringe in nttiched to I Flrbt Baptist Rev' i
:Mr and Mrs Ray Olsan. alsoorm..rly the bottom. The student council oline Easley's! last day a.t11.1: .son. butch Vaughn and Mrs Bowen, pastor; Ralph Co -

of Keystone.ON was able to purchase this. rofv Hiph! School Slit anj her Nancy Hudson of Gainesville land, organ1.9t.WorshJp Capable
family are mj.Into/: Ailcinas -I. relatives III
I J TilEIESD; banner with funds raised from sprtit Sundiy with services : Su.noaiit
W. E. CHERRY !. The student of her claases Melro.seMr. Qualified
Mr, Las Stephenson. wife showing n movie. a.. m., 7:30: p. m. marker)
"pave: her some "OolnAway" and :Mrs Jack Jenkins
uf he Key.tone golf 1'1' I
pro Mm. Vnlldejull had a Sp n- optnl. Wednesday. 7:30: p. m
glfu: A chaim for her !and 1 Tommy and fiiend. Fair To All
recuperatin nicely at her son. School 9:45 .
: ish dinner for the Spanish II I Sunday:: : a. mnul'bery
A M.01! <' EXPERIENCE bracelet, a patted plant !a Eddie Rothhammcr visited
home from surgery performed class Thursday April' 7, In ( open]. Training Union -
necklace and
earring to: match.
early] last week in Gainesville. the Home Economics depart < llens: in Wauchula Thuiwdayevening. 6:30: p. m. (Inuisery openJCat"ollc ) I
of course a cocoanut cake lie Stands For Greater Progress
Also home from the University ment. Students. with Mrs. Valldejull's -
!Miss\ Mary Jackson Is the had ,
The Melrose. Methodist
Hospital In Gainesville: Is -
assistance preparedthe ( For ALL Clay County.
new '.eaclier. taking Mrs.
over their
.. Homer "Chick" Hurst who Is following menu: an Easter Egg Hunt at St. Williams Fr. Thomas:
A k your vote and ,support for County Commissioner.District Spanishrice Easlpy'6 classes
2. tiny County.A I making nice recovery from a with chicken and shrimp. church last Sunday during Kelly. priest tn charge; Mrs\

f cataract operation. tossed salad :Mexican re-fried Mr. and Mrs James Denson I Sunday School hour Prizes! E. A. Lamm organist.Masses (Paid Political Adv.)
native and life-long refllllt'n4{ of Clay County I would and four c lIdl''n have moved! were given to each class anda
Processing! well from an attack I banns! rum biead, pudding and 1 : Sunday, 9:15: a m
bring to thin. position. many years of valuable experience.:: of pneumonia is Mi's French bread. here on Lake Santa Fe. fromN01.th I small gift to each child Rev. slons 5 to 5:30: () p. m. eacn Sat-
hme served on the Board of County ConunlsAloner and Carolina. We welcome Watts children brought tlmr'
'I Daisy\ Mansfield! who Is now
I Instruction. The athletic department Is
the Hoard of 1 ...blll' 1
at home. busy with track and Rolf. :Mr.

,I I., elected I shall! strive at all .time to bring cooperation OPEN HOUSE Klrtley Is teaching a boys. golf WILLIAM M. "BILL"BEam

I between all County Officials, especially" Commissioners and An open house was hed! last team and Mrs. Ketch is as- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS

Scliool Board Mcinbun. I feel tills wUl bring about efficiently Friday from 7 to 11 p. m. at ais'inij with the girls. The

and yet economically l the operation of your two the home of Mr and Mrs '-.ov') i first game will be with

tax spending bodle.t.THANKING Chester E. Moodv. at th-1 I 'ic. Sent City on April 11 at

home on Brooklyn By Circle: .t i p.m At least ten boys and DIRECTORY

YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR In honor of Mr. and Mrs. E i- about four girls are partlclputtng. : -

'/en" Shaw of Starke. Mr The .students practiceon
I Rhtiw is a candidate for theI :Monday\: Wi'dnea-lny.(\ Thursday ,,- i
E.: CIIEKKY I office of State Representative and FrIday after school. S iI MELROSEAuto HOME: REPAIR -

I In the forthcoming Democratic The Country Club hall been I
Service Want Paneling?
(Pol.. Adv. Paid for E. primary. About forty persons nice enough to let. them use '
by W. Cherry) ?
Need Shelving
called during the evening the golf course without Clay County I HEAT PUMPSFOR
I I Visiting- the Moo-lvs: wore hinge- I I II Richard J.mc!, Prop. Doors Need Fixing

their son. Chester Jr. iBub- The track team has! also I I YEAR 'ROUND Former Owner J. L. Motors CALL:

"a 1. who spent Tuesday and been active. They mode shift S School BoardDISTRICT COMFORT: Macclenny KEYSTONE
I Wednesday of last week with hurdles and the I .
boys are get. General Repairs
i them on leave from Ft. sill. t.np a i-hnnce to learn how to I CONTACT Home Repair

I OkU.. where, upon his return. hurdle and perform other : THKKi; i REDFEARN'S New & Used Parts & Improvement Service

he entered Officers' Candidate feats They. to have
Standard Oil Products P. O. Box
School. Home for the Easter sevoml I truck rmvts, including APPLIANCESFor Heights Fla.

holidays from the Universityof a conference track meet. group' : Free Estimates MELROSE Keystone Phone 4734735A
Florida! was the Moody'adaughter. and state track meets.
I I Keystone Heights General Contractor. Specializing -
/ Carolyn, who asMsted Student Council Conventionwill In the SMALL:
I her parents at the open be held 473-4232 USED CARS
in Melbourne thl Proven I. Job. for the Convenient*
|iouieVACATION. -- Community Service __
year on April II. 15. and 16. -
VISITORSThe Our school's representativeswill T V Service CenterJ of the Homeowner.

J. W. Slmerals enter- be Jane McMurtrv, president .- V ohm leer Fireman, 11 I year! R. THIE9 Proprietor Hank. Used Cars Serving Clay Counties and

tallied guests for dinner on : Ricky 1 Float, vicepresident City Councilman. (B years.! Aathorlzed Motorola Philco Bradford

) PaIn' Sunday and Easter Sun- : Elaine Lovorn. and Chester '- -l'iist Valea and Service luG CASH DISCOUNT
I t President ITA.Past .
M.'S day at their home In Lake Glenn. Klnlno: and Chester Service On All Make 'JURSERY

Brooklyn Paying a surprise were elected! by the council to President Lions Club. TV RADIO STEREO TERMSBUY __

": visit on Palm Sunday were attend. They will be accompanied -Former Sunday School Superintendent. COLOR TV O.C.Carnes Nursery

:Mrs Slmeral's! cousin Mrs. by the student< councilsponsor Former Church Trustee. I Work G:1amnteed-TV Rentals SELL TRADE
1rf'I F1orahom2'Mlle.
,1, I Larry Oarizlo, her husband, Mrs. Ramos.! One of Volunteer Ambulance Driver. Keystone Heights. 47S-4651"* Rt. 1 Box 90 Hiwty *100.9E of Stark

I and daughter Lucille! of Long the highlights of the convention ---Former Secretary :Masonic Lodge. AUTO REPAIR Nursery Stock TbOU

Island N. Y.. whom they; will be a special tour of -.\cti\e in Boy Scouting. lltvy. 100 8 :Mile S. Starke ands of PtanU Fruit

hadn't seen for six years. Also the Cape. Goetzman Tr_ to choc* from. Nlo

spending the d.\y was Miss The Florida Education Association Bros. Shad Tre*.. pv.rgroena

Virginia: Slmlone. of Yonkers Convention will be Elect A Proven LeaderPd. GarageREPAIR WE HAVE GOOD &: Landscape Plants.. All la

N:. y and her uncle. Al held In Miami on April! 21 and containers plant &11)-
To My Friends and Slmlone- of Johnson. An EastI 22. The teachers will be attending WORK Used Cars and TrucksAt time. Camellia A azalea*.
; therefore, these two Let ua do iMUtoeaptnff.
dinner guest was the son of your
Citizens of Clay CountyI I, Orlando friends. Robert Mc- days will be stmlint, PORTABLE"ELDINO Saving Price Phone 64-5683
hOlld"ys'I' \lno Lawn Mower*-Outboard
Cllntock II!. student the On I
: a it Thursday April !Motor We'll Get It For Yon
University of Florida and his McMurtry:\ and Owen Maker
Hwy 21 Keystone Heights If We Don't Have It
would like to announce that I am a candidatefor
fraternity brother. Steve attended the county soil conservation Purchasing AgentExtraordinary. Next to Drive-In Theatre

(County Commission for District No. 2. Sauls, of r..>kela nd, speech contest and Phone 473-3104 Vernon Buff Garage THE BLUE PINES
made their Jane -
presentations. '
I born and reared in Clay County attend- I Kites &: Sun. 473-3183 Store &
was CD Rescue Unit won first prize and will repre. That's Mom Hwy. 100 Keystone 111('". Package

ing Clay County School, married a Florida girl sent the County in the next Auto Sales & Service 473- 4379 COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Emma Smith in 1936. I have been a taxpayer Lists Activities phase of the program. The "M"I I" for the many centsshe's
next contest will be Thursday Authorized Dealer For Open 0 A.M.-12 P. M. Except
since reaching the age of 18. saved us shopping -
Seven files: in the tinderbox April 14, and winners Chrysler Plymouth Valient BEAUTY Sunday
I am a member of the Methodist Church of woods around Keystone from several counties will beeompe.tlng smartly, making every Simca International Har- Dance Every Saturday Night
I Helihts occupied a 'great penny count! That'sMom Music of Connie and
Orange Park. A member of the Agricultural vester Trucks, Scout 4-Wheel
amount of the time spent by the purchasing agent The Fireballs
and Conservation Service, Chairman of -' Drive.Clayton .
the Civil Defense Rescue Uull
love with a shop
Board of U. S. Dept. of Agriculture under Civil during: the month of March NEWS NOTES RevelsChryslerPlymouth KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Defense, Cattlemana Association, Past Master of according to a report made Helm cartbargains and a nose forEver 4, SHOPEdith

Cabul Lodge No. 116, Past Patron of Order of by Clay County Director Ray By Egan INC. .Johnson, OwnrPersonal LAKE LOTS

Eastern Star No. 43, York Rite Bodies and Morococo Chance. COMMUNITY; : CUVRCIIThu '
"NOBODY UNDERSELLS Lake Geneva $5900: (Terms)
Temple.I The unit was also on handat general meeting of CLAYTON REVELS" &: Creative Lake Brooklyn 13500 (Term)

the annual Clay Co-Op Church Women was held! 1050 N. Orange Hair Styling Trailer Lot S30O: up (Term)
was employed for six years by the Florida meeting treating four emer-- Monday night, Apr. 4. with a Green MORTGAGE BROKER

State Racing Commission as Chief Inspector. After jencv cases which includedtwo program of music presented by Cove Springs 284-9811 Individual' Beauty Car APPRAISAL SERVICE

working with the Florida Highway Patrol for men with heart trouble. The New Springs, after whlcn SPRING MOTORSComplete Every Form of Beaaty Culture A.-oclateel
A capsized sailboat Lake Mrs. Walter Orollclc conductedthe Mrs. ),1. Ilgen 473-4814
two years, I resigned to go into business!' for myself on
Service & Part ForVOLKSWAGEN Open Tue-SaL 9-5; R. Lovorn 473-4 1S2
Geneva summoned, the rescue business meeting.The Capt. ,
in cattle and timber-
] being engaged Cloeed Monday

land. At the present, I am a pulpwood broker.If squad feared when last Thursday.a drowning but was all enjoyed Youth a hamburger Fellowship dinner group wonder how Mom does it how "If It's For A VolkswagenWe Keystone Heights 473-4806 3.E.MdKay KEYSTONE ,tTEKJHTHFbon Realtor

elected I will not be dictated by any person or occupants of the boat were Wednesday night of last week, she keeps the family so well fed, so well Have It." 473481AKSTAURANTS

I brought to safety. with Mrs. R. A. Gaunt and has the "extra cash" Always Plenty of Good Used
special interest groups and will always vote on dressed always Volkswagens In Stock Electrical Sales & Service *"""

every Issue on the basis of what I think i h right.I I Chance attended a special Mrs. Walter Grollck. senior when a crisis! comes up? It's", because (',r..n Cov !Snrinr*. 2H4-A20P! :
panel meeting on Industry chairmen as Uttng. Proceedswill -
she's a shrewd shopper and a systematic
am grateful for the many old friends along and facilities in Washington be used by the young people saver. Puts money away regularly _AUTO SERVICE Yeoman's Electrical Beidler's Holiday
DC.. March 20-23. at the to brass flower
with the new ones and ask the support of every purchase
where It adds
in to
If elected I pledge to cooperate I special invitation of the U- urns for the new church.. a savings account up KING'S Restaurant
citizen in Clay County. Sales &
all the things the family needs! Service
nit"d States Civil Defense A large attendance enjoyed Under New Owmnhl>
with the other County Service Station
Council. the Easter Cantata presentedon GIL PAREDES

Officials and county. employees. I Attendance was also madeat April 7 under the directionof USED CARS AT Frigldalre Appliance. nne Food Moderately *r1e4.

I the State Civil Defense Ralph: CopcJand KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember BARGAIN PRICES .. Maytag Waah. OPEN T DAYS WBEKX.T! :
Zenith and Motorola TV
Elbert D. Saunders meeting: in Gainesville on HOME; CIRCLE MEETINGSThe Full Dinner -..- -
March 3 and 4. and a meeting following circles will F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. ELECTRIC Slegler Heater. Ala rrt_Itallaa Fords
\wl'h the Clay County Public meet on April 18 at 1:30: p. "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly AND ACETYLENE P. O. Box 1M Melrose BEER

I Health Service regarding the m.: Mrs.\ Thomas Norwood's WELDING

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) II medical lf-help program.A with Mrs. Marguerite Oren- Community" II.I MELROSE 473-1131 ft- "$-Un Block KEYSTONE tterth of RKIOHTSPAGII Red: L4fM

I day was spent on March. nan; Mrs. Alma Frost, co- <. I.I I.



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ACE SIXTEEN' : RKtorOKn toi>Mrv'\ 'IF.i.K.uK.vru.; HrAimni. FLORID 'nu'agrAV' APRIL It.n. 1-ltltt Ii

....... .. ..... lime happened out but needless to she
?? Im .1 long
/ and
say grew daughters of Raiford 4' Ills his'
Produce: Market Managers at UlMCiiiinl' \ Mll<>wt>U mi imrtH.r ant. agent or allornoyor Dr Florida< Autt of tell I>> nil\!
milwny.' Jt goes like this tired. As she was walking/ spent a busy Friday at tho, New Materials its 2filh annual conventionheld r.. ,,, you, ,, ui> rim ruii* "muiitmf II all( hPfiiinu void, uci'vrilIIIH rGKlHlwi ,,'llh .Ih,, ciorlt. ,i.r Mm
Mrs,, Tine .Eisenacher very long in her own "human wuy,." Thomas cottujje. They had to un "rtiptiliM' .' such HH "ruinov-, In )ln\v rirrull': Court" in ;mcl ror Mrml-. .
INDIAN BEACHLake recently In Boston. Mr. .,nl 1 5th l fl'i.iiiiinii .
inir iifpliH'liiK; H'U"'rR."n.' [ April fwril'ounty, Fl.rhln, >
agreed to play tho little 01 Interest To 111 "" i 11-
Ki.ii'iously ono precious fellow
stopper put the place in order for Cronkhlte Li a former president ?>"riBl, 1">rfl, I'tirlmrtuH' elnlI", In.phiirx ,.-*, : tli-liflH Fiorno, L-Plpt of proof of piiulli-iitliin of
P.I it I "f the "Easter Bunny"fur her and asked' why she some expected summer relax- uti1.ijnuiu 1 lOxi: >. ntrlx of the ktatiiii': of I':. A tills notion Iho flilltloun, '. iminnof '
of the
<(< Santa Fe) I lie kindergarten egg hunt had quit hopping. Caught on )I atlon and after a winter's c- Home BuildersIf Association! and inlif". on irroiiHliiR, ,midrlmniclnff 1 /Ui-irriH, dec Contra! [Cinploy nioiit' KI-I. -
Faith Presbyterian Church, the I has held: all offices in the organization oil. with the .rlty furnlxhhiK 'rllUAIAS' & J'1L t1CIJ I Ice. under' which 11ni I ""IUK"oj;
Sr. at of the
Mr Jam F. Miller. spur moment for a
cumulation be
can .
I' quitea except treasurer.IIKtilHTII nil mill CIltiTH unHlinvi. JOil.Ii.rlh: TDII1I.I.0. In biinlnemt at 411 Ciiiii'iAftri'ii" I,
lip on the highway. In a most necessary" "right answer," chore. ,. 1t..1..1. iiUiHiicnt.Tim | !Starke! fl.i." atarko.: P'lor'da.Aire. .
f..v..T..T..TT.TTTTWell appropriate< costume. Tine did Tine thought quickly and replied Mr. and Mrs. Earl Voylesand you are planning; to build i shove H..e. <'iflcMI"11 will .,7 It 1/28 Clarence' Kliodnn.. 119!)
the big( .1 l ,iv "11 q|.'''-IIv! .1, ping up Job of pleasing theodeegad "Well, my HOPPER Is daughter refurnish or remodel! yo.ir I Imvu to bo ,lui culled for. and .Oi-nler !!street Mtiirkv, Klnriilii.suit .-
/ Peggy had a .. .
acid! t'Hy n< t>rvc developments : \1'1' \ N4 \TKVrillY: TONotlre
rilH' <
most ,1 l wr, (fmljin, She home some of the new fll"! I'KTI- ) >
over for <> \ youngsters. broken. The only reply she quite kilt different day on '.1'1111IM1';s I1CI''I|'t f>.r regret< itny or lilt\ hl 101-1 1SlHM'irirnllollH lll.::1.1":11: 11'1'0'' f ".\Sal.: bated. thl. .Illli. ,du5| lOr M.ir.li.A. '. .
Beach folk lint t tinHITI.I, :, t ui., lied hopped properly and mado got was a very satisfied "Oh"so Sunday. Mrs. Voyles and Peggy In housing may \\'f' Ihl' uu11rralgnpd,,, 'hningdtii H8 prepared| l l I.y In hereby. irKvll thai U. lade!! lit4'1'1": '>, Uraur" "'iU
Easter utoru-fl to. m.-ii-' "'"nt i very favorable Impression, --! see how we adults have accompanied by :Mr. Interest you.Housing ) aeon' n. do Ii"prnby' ..1..111'.0. tinChiilrinun Clly Court' IIStivit i II"< iinilerttlNTiifil, unili-r, the, (pro- County. Klur.ilu.. .
i Voylesto specialists with tin tinder, ,until, Hint' the /iiitiniM ut !! PutiurliiK-nt" vlMlons( of Chapti-r ;:(.MI1! L.u\\ .,7 n I .'l
I complicated this old world ? Mayport where he playedIn Extension all pITMOIItl, llltlTCHH.'d' In thtbualneaa ..' CITY OK STAItKIS' B'LOIIIDA' I
I had a quick chat with Florida Agricultural :-MEUUll.L. ELW\HI'>'M.
I n golf tournament.Bill I | | "I'! 'pl. Service call attention to CMcrUII \
Elect Mrs. D. W. Carpenter Daniels and his nephew. 'lindr "l' tlic. MIIIIIU' or f f'AN-;<; City
: early on
some of the new products andmaterials IIVA'H) IMSUI'-KHHIO.V.M.:/!/! I'MAIl- I'll
Tuesday morning as she wall Lynn Martin from Miami the market. "IC'M 101 East: (1',11, Street., A Sing 'Win Be HeldAT
J. M."BUCK". trying to get off to Jackson spent the day on Sunday with on !MlMi'lii'I, Kliifldn. mid the i'Hc-iil(, l\ 1"1'1'.1'' oW!:'" 1111( tiT'It
NORMAN ville. Their daughter/ Mrs tho Hoy Griffin family.YounA' Fet ceilings there are acoustical ..r UM lliti'rt'ht nT ,,"'h. U UHrulloux i I\ .\ i-uii. tin \foiu <'CM :\-
panels In a wide range of ( : Tl..OHtl| (> \. THE
I David Reed needed a helping/ I Lynn spent most of and There NHIII;<; : M. K: HlmiiH'iiM.' 'Mxtctiti } In r.!,: lOnluli', "I P. A. IllllflNOTH'K -.
design textures.
hand because of some badly MM lime Inquiring if .therewere ,liiti-ii-Hl' : Klftv I'l-rrviit''' derward, PINE HILL CONGREGATIONAL
Infected Minus and a terrible any TARPON In this are better destaned tranl'.icent : ((1I()% >: =NIIIIIK: : ruin,, U'. Wl.lli-. /; : Tr ('n t trll'rlHINAll :: .. :
I lake? panels concealing ]lightIng 'Jr., I Dxtcnt: nf Inuri-xl. l'lftI'CTI'fllt > i-rriiiinrM, i>r tin TNI.in-' 'If r METHODIST CHURCH
sore throat so she called the In the afternoon Mrs..
'. .
units.A (B0'r\ ; ) ( \ !HHfflH fliM-putinl iirihiri'"
: best hand of all Mother's, Griffin and the five Griffin M. "K. Hliiinn>n,. tiy nut Idol anil r" 'iiulri-, l I'I t file.
The Carpenters had as their children: Mr. and Mrs. Eddy bath tub with textured (illn, W. Wlillc., Jr., any Halm' or ckMimmlM. wtih h Sunday Night, Apr. 17, 7:30 P.M.
County Cardenas and their five I' surface:: to give a firm footing! BTATM": OK "KI.CUIIIIA ling nmy have II gal vast HIII"| ...-
guests on Thursday. Mr. and children
will safety in the ,'I>l'tI'rIII"; !' 111t1 t.i.,' roil ,1.1.15, In. the office of the ''"11'., The Jacksonville Trio
Mrs. J. M. Lorlmler Jr., of and Mrs. Gordon Bakerall promote /Sworn! to mid, miliMc.Tlljoil I before jtiilvo, c.f rtru.lforct County 'Klnrlilu. By
{t Jacksonville These folks of Keystone Heights enjoyed bathroom. iii". this tltll\ duy of April I. wllltln 1 1 slut> uulnniliif, inonlhH And The Thornton Boys and 'Girls
Commissioner Master: Windows similar to the doublehung A. l D. l Issn.! ,from tho date of the flrttt! l I' il h.lIe'HI..n -
brought along some slide! ofa an egg hunt and ALSO :MUSIC
I ," ,
aC I be rotatedfor TIIKItUX: 1 "W.11t.: lIt thin not'Ire. K.irh:
r trip they made to Denmarkand refreshments. ; type may County .hiclai', ijrnilfnril n ,claim) or clPiinttHl 1 mall' Inin Everybody. Welcome B. L. Humphrey Pastor!
District 2CounlyAtL Germany. Over the ''week easier cleaning of the out- Coirity, Florida: Wrl "l niilttt still,
(; Mrs\ Kdna Kincnen' tad a 11111" nr< 111"1| Church located about two miles West of Starkeon
end, Mrs. Carpenter's sister, side of the glass. i SKA I: 1.1) lilHi'inr. ,fi'sUli-tii'i., ,inn,! pull' ..ifflri -
short visit with her brother-
shinnies with an I II ti' :a/: :. uililr. 'HH if Lite A llni.'llil' t nil''' Brownlee Road '
Mrs. Helen Walker ul.no of Asphalt .. : : : : :
irge > in-law and' .slhter' Mr. and lilllnt" l>tf Hwnrii to I*., tin* rUiliii-,,,, I
1 adhesive edge which the sun
Jacksonville visited with them.'
Mrs C. B. Kmersoa: In Mlcan-
helps to set the shingles 'M.I, .'''" Illll
I Mrs. Jo StrandberR' ,: had a last week Tho Kmorsons ;
roil 17,4'1' or 1f1"C"'U:
\ ;;;, Young busy weekend. On Thiirtuliiy were both on the., sick list and become wind and wafer tlnht \lC" '" OKUI H'MKVr"
offer the homeowner added'! ,, ,, ... .
her daughter Mrs. Sam Butler Edna went to check on them Scnl.-il hhl"111 l.f |I' -| | d
protection from the element. liy the 'My! ,I'fitinrll,,.. "f ,lhi', "I'ltv
; Jr.. Charles Henry and und i is most
happy report ,
i>t HltirkcHI' I"InCity'' Hull Instiirkp.
Qualified Dottle came to go help Aunt they are on the mend. On Sunday New designs! In doors come ,l-'loflili" ,uIn,,,' 7'io:' ,,-
4r Jo a>t the Elzy Chapel cemetery Edna was in Jacksonvillewith !In wood veneer fofoldlnf; 'Iox'k|< \P.M. on 'l'II HI"y1"1'
doors and partition.1 and pr I 19!'. IIMltl at which), time unit,
cleaning on Friday. Sam her Kinchen
Impartial son, Wayne ph.* .'.* :oil l l.Il>i re "'I 1"ell) will Ut*
came and met his family on and finished metal skin over a core ,
: his family but from ptihlli-ly,. upc'iicd, "nil" I'o."d! aloud'
Friday night and they Journeyed now until midnight on April of honeycomb-type fiber that on tinrnllowlnir ItiinicI ",
Reliable onto Fitzgerald,: Ga. to 15th she' is nnd is gonna be deadens sound.Fbr'TntBiior'wall. I ;: I'IIHI( vr ,Imuf, frif, tniiliiinIrnl "-
( rcimirM nnHKJU\ |pl I< Laps t .
visit his folks. The Butlers returned up to HERE In income tax finishes Il,ltd .-,,t M.L' .
I on Sunday and dropped reports HO we will hear from there's wallboard with finishes: <'i.Hi, pff" "hoar, for" 1111', h iii-'
NORMAN-: veteran. Dottie and Charles Henry her again when the rush is resembling fabric or wood a.s .li-iil 1 11'imirn, ,.. mi, IIII... k". "n i'tii,
t ton till .llMIi i\\ I"""
off and they stayed on with veil as transparent vinyl as a ,.,
ever ,
NORMAN taxpayer.NORMAN : :! "t'uxl. l 1,1> r IK.MI 1.' Ill" ,10""-
their grandmother until Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miles. protective film for real fabrics i,9,1! ,I'. I.all- u In'. \ 'I'"I'' '
-Active in church affairs. day afternoon when ,they too Randy and Linn were away and as wall coverings.; Mosaic I liii-nt.I

NORMAN: family man (wife and 3: children). 'returned to their home In Or- over ,the weekend. They went tile comes lit the form of wflllyaper. -
mond Beach. On Sunday afternoon up to Valdosta" and Alma Ga. .
NORMAN-Interested in the public affairs of t I
some former neighbors to visit relatives! hunt Easter Synthetic flooring material.! \ STARKE{
Bradford County. Mr. 'and Mrs Lotle Hu- eggs and came home five resemble the color anj texture n

NORMAN-Interested in how the taxpayer'smoney len of Jacksonville; their pounds heavier JoAnn sadly I ttl natural flagstone and cob k5

i is spent. grandson "Scooter" Hulne of> reports.Mr. I blestone. A wood-grained pat I BUSINESS

Bradenton and Mrs. Hulcn's : and Mrs. Englis Hilton tern comes !In plank-like

Your Vote and Support Appreciated brother from Inciianna drop. of Jacksonville were down to strips. There are laminate ped la for a short visit. their lake place for the week oak blocks in preflnished 9- I

Mm.\ Liz Thomas her moth end and on Sunday they accompanied inch squares; cork flooring;;!
( Pair) Political Adv..) er :Mrs. Tanner of Providence: their neighborsand with a transparent vinyl surface -I

I her daughter Mrs. Linda Pace ( oUl'III.) Mr. and :Mrs. Pete ; mosaic tiles set !in rub- "A BANK AUTO LOAN

I Barton. and George over to tci- or vinyl squares easy! lo(| REPAIRS:

Joyce's home area for church clean; liquid flooring which] "
EXPERIENCE GETS THINGS DONE services' and a. family dinner dries in a day to withstand CAN SAVE YOU MONEY !

gathering afterwards. traffic and has no seams< or Earl's Garage

Tho only news! Johnny could cracks.In: .
It's not the service and clear
At A KINDS OF just
the prompt
electronic '
think gad'Te'try
111 r of from the Ross house :
,+ I Iall.ttlt hold was that; they may bo designers have come up with AT7TO KKPAIIl WORK st.a tern en t of terms..out it's also the low

selling their home out here automatic controls to turn All Work Ctinriinlced cost, convenient budget-fitting payments
Phone f>B"-9til
very soon and( moving into lights on at dusk find off !lithe :! and the inclusion of your initial
So. Walnut, !Start'
i Melrose. We accused them of morning; to pull curtains
in the fin if
insurance premium acing (
going "city slicker" on us as at night and In the momlnx.to < .
they' are in the process of get sound an alarm when the you wish) that makes our bank auto

ting their "town' properties, '[ light beam Ls Interrupted and I AUTO SERVICE loans the best for you! Save on the over-

ready for occupation to record telephone messages;: : all cost of your new car...

) Young 1likelIrldlet.: ..>Iof closed circuit television to Gilbert S. Brown
Ft. Myers was our guest. from monitor the nursery; and I Finance your car easily and quickly...HEREI!
0 thermostats that not only Standard Oil Service" Station
1111 I Sunday night until Tuesday
morning Other than the sad activate heating or air con- I ATLAS

Li circumstances that caused( ,i the c'ltlnning') but that sound n fire' TiRE: & BATTKRIR9BuJtfct : :

visit, we enjoyed( every minutehe alarm when there is o' er- !: Turmu. Roul.: Service

was here. Mike( Is the lieating.CRONKIHTK. Phone 94-7071

/grandson of the late' Mrs. 'I 107 N. Temple SUrhe FLORIDA I
"\\Jllrln,:: iny 13 ;years in ('dnsri-HH; I have Nona B. Dyer of Bayless Hi- : ELECTED:
Mipporli-d, \ every; iitriisur. c'I.1|. | I| to( keepAmerirn | and TO NATIONAL OFFICE
way was here due to her
,..1| roni;, and li> prmlili our nntlun I HURST'S
passing/ ). :Mike hid some harrowing .
with all tin wea-pons, In thi-military, arsenal Phil Cronkhite former manager '
experiences with our"t'olmtry" 1
to nuke IK tluhlrnnjpHt. .. military Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews of the Starke Farmers I ,
farce. 'In tin* I children thotheytook I Service StationGas
world. will nuill'iue tills
Market elected secretary
has served for 13 years in Congress was
him earthworm
effortilll Thal'n lilY i-M-ry filitlKito" III. Tires'
Goodyear flatteries
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Committee. There is
j enough room in this whole ,
no substitute for the experience. paper to describe THAT episode ROAD SERVICE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
301 and 100 -Starke
gained duping these years of effective However he helped geta I

work. Experience gels things done -. nice. string of fish with themso ,
J>.l 41' +&..v Keep Billy Matthews In Congress! I guess that kind of makesup j
for it all.


week' On Co-op business he
PRIMARY MAY 3 flew by jet up there and drovea '
Bradford, Clay and Union Counties Need Experienced Representation In
PaM DO!:it'tent adv rtttt! m.nt paid for fay the Mafthvwt for Cengr.Cor lmht... new piece to company t I II
I equipment b.ick. From his description Revision of the New State Constitution.
of that trip up. I
can look for him to trade the v -
old truck In on one of those l 1' :

fung-d.inglcd things most anytime r r--- : Rep.

Bit 1st !
a class buyru now ,I w ?
Until next week: Comment I

lu-iird In church on Raster
Sunday. morning "Boy you t

: a new Buick Special J JThe sure have toel/ to church I INkl I
curly to get a neat/ in the
back row!
.i A A Member of Florida Legislative Council
( getting was never greater!) I
J f Study Committee on Constitutional Re

f lnmsdisrn, rlfllIVNV ......... Top hells J,,' SKK l \, vision.
/rem 0 wide rhoice for your earl ,
./ body stylos. -- -, Special; Spring tftttifGO ,.

L colors and options! m "HINEIGHBOR" O Member of the Education and Welfare

)I Committee on Constitutional Rev(sion.I .

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With The Only Small County Representative

JIM: WATSON: CharleyE. Re-election
Seeking Serving On These

And On Most Important Committees.

with the winner of its class. Apr. 19, 1966 :I I Johns In Revision of the; "NEW" Constitution Huntley Will See That

PURE Hear Special Guest(; e I
Peter J. Novak I.. We Keep Our Fair Share of the Gasoline: Tux and Other Stale Monies.
with the winner of the about this question:

G 0 POPULAR SCIENCE GOLD CUP' I The I'rohibition Against State Income Is Provided.
ieueral :ManagerStarkeBradford firms are expos

for outstanding braking performance In the Trialss. ed to many losses, from Safeguards", Provided In All Itond Issues.

Chamber of Commerce : fire, theft, public liability,"
G 0 get yourself a winning buy on the car that's all Buick<-66\ employee dishonesty, business Constitutional Limitation Is", On Property Taxes.!

Buick Special from the dealer who's all deal-your: Buick dealerltWOIJJdn't ( i 6:45 A.M. interruption. Does
: the Charley K. John Agency -
on offer a free purvey :
rather Buick
you really have a Special POWERFULCHANNEL of business risks and

right nOW? (Better now than ever)1!) t convenient to 'package'cover those insurnnce -; Your State Representative, Bradford, Clay & Union Counties

( i 12 i i risks?"

1 .... See your Buick dealer during his Par-Busting Sale' I I / Huntley Is In Tallahassee Protecting: Your.Interest By

WFGATVJACKSONVILLE Charley E. John TBDAY.Rep.: As Member: of the Constitutional Revision Commitlcc. -

GREEN BUICK CO. Agency I j' ... ,. _t .

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