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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 21, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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The green light\ to /seek II long-(lelaycd $76,1)00) ) ,I .Crosby 1 Kerr McGee Plans

Head Start program){ on a fully Integrated basis, with I .

I one center! : for all chihl..c111. : glean at u meeting

More Monilny; nl-ht.!! ,I I II I + y An iiulication that Kerr-McGee Oil Industries, of .
I' T Nolm. cxceutive,: dirci'tor I rlvmcn, to .start even In the
4 I + Oklahoma) City, will bring a new industry to this urea t' y
k of tho fourcountyCintB ( ;text, .. /grade."It's: .
1 Economic Agency: eild; not very' much of nr'hnlrr.'t '1 waseon in the purchase by the company last week of y 7 .

that If willten under leas! I i .'. LmvteVs lone Negro a 2.0811.91\: acre tract near Ilrooker; ut a cost of $729- 7 +
had Scott / 11111. I
stringent guidlinos: -- as City Councllm.ui Robert i
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been attempted 1 twice before' Continued:: On Page Two) F It was! the largest/ propertytiiinsin ,company's operation In Polk
-- the protect would have no |I,I + ,M I .. ,'lion to take. place,, in County u Hlmilar phosphate
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chance of being appioved by yy ti Itrudford" County within mem- plant would mine 11>V ruilllims .
tho federal government's Of-1 II I Tax Collector I orv, of picxcnt courthouse of- tons. annually and would employ +

r fire of Economical Opportunity I I I Iri.lls.The. from 100 to 12:\ pel'sonswith
property, surrounds' the n n annual payroll of + i '
The one-center Head Start: 'i (Floiida\ hydrocarbons, plant U.2\: million. a t
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Can't Advertise
project wart approved (list 1 b Jdirectors : !'r northweKt, of Stoutest "n,1'as, I He Raid thnt I"I'" -MrRreengineers
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of the Bradford ]Kconomlc ,: f"I'nlt'llIn'n' an AmericanTung I ore, now making

/ 3'Ey ,. Agency a aub-hod,\' of 'I ICUDD. | Fnndrrxuu:; . ',1 (;Jroves" owned, by Albcrtlls feaxibility studies of the pmpuHed ,,-
a and then by the entirefourcounty ';Timberlands Miller, I operation and that nn
CUBS board in II'| The piopeity was sold by ilrtlnfte decision would I be i
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meetliiK in the USD building > Miller In July of 19(10( to the he made for another 12 1 or IS
beer :Monday[ night. j A tool t order this week ,1-;'. Holding Company of :Miiinl I months rw

S I'It\\\ ntUltY; QUEEN \'EIJ'IoJ1l: "fwi-mx right|| lit (Forwarded,! to Washington topped) Bradford County: Tax ,Xt4w'r for $2.'iOnoo. In Septem- I Since puidiase: of the f foimcr t'I' llene for ( HTfii ('ii\r >>|ii'iiigs' lelt/ UHH. npproil

home plugging1; North Florida berries. at Orluiulo Kcntliul of for I the third time Tuead.iy (- Collector! J. R. Kelly from Including h.-i, ol' I the same, year it wn.siliv tunIC oil piopeity. there \101111.\, nittlil a> pruJrrir< dlre, >'tor nf 'l'ltll Ki: ...n..mlt.C"/ "" )'.

funds' ", thin. n el'k. tcinoon by Nolin, the project I] land of Ra y miter. Inc ;,-' ti ,i.lcil. among; Individuals has been local I< npeculation. that Inc tool, 1 \lI' liulli: ll.iilcv as the secrelarj-linoUkeeper.' :Shown; .
calls for approximately, .563,000 in his foithcomlnv vole of i + f i ..inprlsing' \ the company; Kcrr-McfJee might locate the
with Ilii-iii net Hi-ad 1 Start |iroi-i-t.| In hand It ('('UO Krciilif : -
in federal funds, matched by !: 1905 delinquent tax property iI + r, ttti Samuel; and I'aullne (;ireenbeig. new plant In Hradford, County
I i .Direi-liir. Tom. Ni.lin and l'1 Itlt .'... IIIt.nt Hilt Beam
Kelly sal*' that similar stop JacobM.III. )
Berries a $12,000 county share to bo Samuel and Betty I to serve the three county mca
/ / oivn paid In use of facilities.Tile '' orders arc expected mom 'ntatilt' I ti ,\ 1'01"1' 1'1.Vhit..., undM.imucl This. HpiM-ulatlon was based on nighfrom: '' I Ke>Htinie llelglits, ,

plan call: for an eight- restraining him! from I ; liorman. I the proximity the site to
week .session of ten classes at advertising: the properties! of Thc Al load Fete the Starke Elementary School four other timberland starling June 20 and ending who are contesting 1063! tax (;. purchased. I the site front, .site. is ah'eady served! bv, n
August 12. The project will assessment made bv Tax Assessor the Jrej-nbeiKM., : the JneobHons... 1 railroad spur, and by State
be headed,, 'by former county Gene Long, Tlie four Ai, nicr' E. VV'lute. Inc.tn'l, Road 231 which I Is: scheduled! CUBB Economic Agency
North Flotida strawberries lando exhibition. a<'liool superintendent H. P. plaintiffs In addition: to Ray 1 Dm.ildo, : Realty Co. Attached !' to he rebuilt to primary xpeciflcutions -

are making t a strong !Impact on Starke is also represented: in Moigun.White. miler are; Container Corpoiatlon. I McLeodThree In. the deed\ l weie $802.45: inFederal : with secondary. fund: VV '1' H'ncor, (;teen Cove the federal /government Nollnreported.

patrons of the 1038 Festival of the presence of[ Florida Commissioner and Negro) pl'e-xlhool Owens-Illinois. Oilman documentary stamps, i Springs was approved :Mind.iy ( The exp IIUve dlrer-
Florida Foods; : OiUiuo: this of AfulculUire/ Doyle! children, will be enrolled In the Paper Co. and Nelson B. Named and $2.1117.30 In .state stumps! i night as piojecfs, dlrtHtor .- toi's salary! was cut, $700 and
week. Conner. who Is on hand to classes, and there will be one Blocker. The sale Indicated\ an aver- Rally Schedule of the CURB KconomlcARencv. : the project director's salary
The Starke-Bradford Coun confer with buyers and ex white and one Negro aide In All c-f the plaintiffs! have imo; plies of $3:>(0 an acre for IncA walO' slashed.. Jl.OOO. In n typical I
ty Chamber of Commerce Is hibitors. addition,!" to the Instructor No submitted checks! to Kelly for the. property.KeirMcllee, \ foi, methi!;h school band.I display. of red tape the \
1 1& sponsoring a ccntrury located Mtss Fish WitS a Roast at til(? lin said... I 1965 taxes, on the basis of I To Boys State has. been the: Announced dlu-itoi. and\ former manager!\ government cut! $112 from
display of Fresh straw- Ooveimr's Banquet: Tuesday :
be"iJCi- at the ...imc time that: iil ht. and was !accompanied C.i-oy: : told CUnn tllrcotomoii scisment of their! properties Hi'ad- large,, companies that have' I iiecii:, Cove Spilng-i. lianas laI ,added. f IOO to purchase of pa,
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the "\' won't be stalling byuuiHclves. I In been" piospeitlng for phosphate I now ictlreil I He was t reconi Several minor chnntte!
new North FloiIJa Strawberry by her mother and P. J. Novak : bringing1 their court action ford, Hlffh! School Junior, Class For April 1 29 I per.
Queen Veda. Fish. of|, manager of the Staike- > ." He said the en- i the plaintiffs aliesre that, Dale Croxb Wayne Mcl.eod. and other mlneials In this I I 1 mended bv K.xeciitlve 1 Direclor terra also made In the b.y-law-<
O'enn: St Mary, is makln.; i I Biadfcrd County Chamber' of tile high school summer enrichment I i the $79 I lavrrnuel \>er Herr ssei I and Marlio Sanderson have urea,," fur" se.veial years. At one I of CUBA P T. Nolln. anl: ( of CUflH and each/ count
public appearances at tlu f e..- Commerce P ro R rum will 1 also be I'j;, -*iient, mad: bv Lon nn been jHectei I to attend l Bovs t un'. Ihr I company 1 had I K U.())0 U County candidate. will hovethn approved ny tile Moard of Directors I'onp.
tival. |, After the festival closes on / 1 tully I I integrated including their t Imberla<1s l Ix. Illegal: State !In Tallahassee from raves under option In lll'lldfm.tI.IJnlun. ih rat Inning at BradfordCounty's I of t the four-county ir- The Hoard agreed! to hire n
Idly and' +111lludford will, be held fa"-I' and Al.uhua: Counties, ganiiitlon.Mrs. Negro and white iild for Clav
Queen Veda who won her Fildny all of the fool pro and! c-<>nfl cato'y. They! maintain June 2D to July 2, Democratic political: i !
) High School. lint mm h of this has been tie- Ruth Dili-lev, nlaaapproved CJonnty Negro In Bradford,
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title at the recent Bradford ducts on display will]) be do- that the prnwr 1 a sse'!."- The three boys were nominiitml rally+ staitinK at 7:30: p m. (Fri, :
I As stet written, the project I Ic"II.,1 "tci'milled" to be of no value for "s.. .secictary" undliookkceper and n white person in Union
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County Fall an1 Strawberry nated to four chl1 1'en's churl- ment should be only a fractionof : by the high school, faculty !- d..v.1'1'. 20 In the fills stadium.
for integration on a mining\ and", has Hi nee been tc- of OUIiH on nail Il.iker The aide .staff will
this .
Festival, was Invited to )jo'n table or'a' nl7.a lions. Includingthe I amount. I and; oeleited by Amerlion -
I freedom of ,'hui<'e" basis lua awl. I II. ,recommendation. .. of Nolin I be. composed/ of two Negroes
the lelunlna! FIQI'IjCitrus: / Florida Bovs Ranch near (Le'glo'n Post 5(1( from lv. Futch chuliman of
Tills was i ejected by the OEO.is I i A .spokesman. '' for the com- I .. Five allies to do Heldvoik nail.I three whites. .
Queen andU.: Sun'n Soli as Live Oak. mid the ROdehenver Police ReportSix | among tho severnl I nominated." the Bradford County Democratic -
was the second try with 1 pony. said i tuienlly that \three will be mi in c.l.t laterThe / Possible projex-ts named by
.. Kxpcntive
official hostesses! at the Or Boys! Ranch at Pal.itka.: More thun00: vutxtxndmgyoung I Committee/ ,
I the school districts zoned for Arrests men from, throughout1Florida I i locutions: In this alert "..till I which sponsors the rally mild r lion/I'll voted to leqiieslan ='l..lInl1'e/ home health tilde

I He\ en renters."They're ( will paitlelpate< !In the'', look good." These were ..teni.ilL.ed the candidates' would, bo takenIn Inciease' in salary Itll .
going to stlrk to I IJ The. City polico J.IIpPIl''tm..nt'' '' us: 8.U I]U rl r vex north t tin Pl I.art 1.l :h;i f per hour to 1 youth corps, p ru J sots for
order I ,
Crackdown week of Intensive practice In' alphabetical+ Htartliiffwith
On Teenage Drinking +!J their guns. I'm convinced" i| ,lepoitcd Hlx arrests during, the I government, ono "learning by ol liiooker/ ; B.OOO) acies. In the I cnuntv candidiitea 51.75' or. nt (cast SILIfat:; the unemployed, recreation
I Nolin said Monday+ night. "\Ve | week ending Weflncsduy. noon. doing' ba.sls. They will be l.iiio.s-te; ; section of! AluthuaI : County (;jandidates 1II.t.1 tildes from, the feiltTiil,, govern- rentals, Head l Start projects,
but to Integrate Heard In Mayor's Court Tues- I I and, 111\).UW acres ini'iit'H 01 her. ol Kionumli: ml health .
have no choice fully guided I through/ the intricacies.. C'ounly; some .allowed, 10 minutes each, f < Op-I' i projects.Approximate
Started By Police; Six Arrested I the students and I, div! night were: I of cll>', t"ountatlll, state government In thu Unke.s section\ of Union I state and, congressional!!, + !poi, ( unity which .teicntl.\. uppi.ived allocation toeach
CHUM'S ; ; \ the current
i.t,571pln- for
i, teachers. C W. But ten. Hampton IJ- organisations; : political County.So elates limited'! to live mlnllt"H.1" 1 : 1 county
"Do you want to go on with WI nail driving ulthoiit a li I campaigning and election ; far." n.s In. known, the I The .lunior "' l-pMnnliiK Kiant;' fisiMl year. 19: Clay. :$80.000;
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The arrest. of six youths by after beinjr brought to the abandon > : in Bradford is All the am'' Union, EIB,501Faker./ :-iOOHO
I Ihl. or do you want to I tense. $ J/jO/ or 33; days. and "p..dal whools: on law enforcement 2.11 1:1.111 acres will .sell. box suppers new umplovei's : ;
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ntv poll officers Saturday ,, "rity juil RoHser, said l they Head Start?" he asked' Ucorge Cuffee. Starke di.snnlvrly I legislative: procedures : the I Mist to be actually pure ''InJr the tallyHardee H"1 t the executive. direitoi, will', bi, .mil<1 Bradford.. $82,000. Ilunl-,
night was the start of a crack- claimed I the beer was purrh.ised I the Bradford delegation. I conduct $27.50. i Ivll xervlep, nnd gov- i hayed by the company.+ KeirMcUee i paid, bolo, tlic -'Is' -111111I111 punt: ( lord'H share was. larger bc-
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down bv the !police department for them nt the :Minlt "With the way it's. put to.!. 1.( \\.. Cottrell Jacksonville I frnmciit cnrevis' |I': formerly hud this tract ThmiKh/: appmtfil, Ii. ONui / : I raise. It was given crexlit tor
on teenngiilnnkmg, in Stnrke Market on Brownlee St. by a us. we !ran only try It," said public Intoxication. $27.RO. I Thu Stinhe Rotary Club ',, under. a six months' option. I Resigns .I i 'Inlal of 11\ KM.:; v.14 i ut tool. Living, a Head Start program,
Chief Bill Roaser said 'ed-I Negro whose name they (lid Lltu: tcy'a Bryant KcddiHh. ntl Josephine French Reno, Clvltjn Club, and American ': 1 HIMI Soweix of Cainesvillc. From Police Force tinS: ;/'1.11i10'1"1;! il<.it |II i "ii *iHt xuuuuer.1'nunty / .

resdav, not know. his terse tommt-nt seemed disorderly.. conduct $27.50. I Legion Post :5il will sponsor.. I'|I ,d.Hliii; ;t land manager' for Kcrr.MiCcc I ,

Three .of the youtha, Gerald'! '' Both .Jack sen nail Padgett best to sum up the group's Snllle Dell. Reno disorderly one boy each. Coat of the program :, : C; wus' out of the state Citv Police Chief Mill lloscr 5 793 Voters Are
Lynn .r.lI"k<"In. 17; Rand ill appeared bcfoVe :Jfayor "Rin- feelings. Nolln a.ske-d for and conduct live days ,i ; for each; oiganizatlon lit und could: nut be reached I for I .. has annoumed, the rC..lg-1. Registered
Jnmct Pnd.eU.,, ; 17; and
>r ul! r- 1 d 1 Juvenile were arrest Tassels.... night ami' accordingto Biadford director present.. : I failure to yield right| Post l Comminiler S. K.Sparks :. ', arras to u w v Ichuuueer club here, I lIa/'tlL'e I
ed bv p.'t"lmcn' Glenn :Mooie: ,, Marlon, ', Hiiid that hi rill. I For May 3 Primary Election
P.oHHer were sentenced to "Try it, said ilrs' of-wuy, coaxing mi ucvldunt.iO ; i 1"1'1)| l tail that the local Sobers" Rosxci said Hardee< Irvlttll' 1
and Bill Chnmbers in front of write a 250; word theme on Bright Negro member (rom ,, : days probation. past inib' able ti send one '' i ""'pnn.hOI",1| to In ing! 11 new Tuesday to seek a better pay i
the American, Legion Hall on [ the Hubjt'ct."hy teenagers LiivUey. She slid the Head' Leroy Fuller 1 : SGu, 'he, disorderly mac boIf sane of the other'' indimtl.v to this aica, "If eve Ing position, He had. been on .
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North Temple Ave about 10:15: I should not drink.'.' The boys Start children conduct 4 27.'jO:; live : "civlhinx\ all light" the city II. pivi nnln' 'I' hI Kui \ tens n total of n,793! :
program gives 01 ('li.ii bin: |pasta do not till their / /goes: ,, police torte mm r.lamiaiv ,
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suid I '" "I "" i I "uq"+ \oters 5,729
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p in. uere Instructed to' appear from low Income families a 'I'YM !He said that based on the'to .. 1 of this. .,'elll'the ,
quota ,, ..,
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i /h n i" tn Iallnnli .11 1.- HO) Republicans, nail
.. with the
The youths were charged | completed theme at I
and next Tuesday's court session. tour rlulxtered" us Indrpendante -
with bi-mg Intoxicated j
oars released to their parents ,, The cane again the 16- f On Six-Month Trial Basis
pear-old Is still pending. This+ Is. u net gain of only
VJ over the I9rt3; total of 5.713.
Ac-folding to' rfoincr: tho i

Memorial DayServices and olhei;Mobley..Alfred three 17; Billy Godwin.youths Qodwin.. 21.Tommy;were 20; '; Council Awards Contract For Vehicle Repairs but,'cjlsII'utlm9 Mis.;: that Flynn they were sold were.fairly that balanced heave new,,

also nrrc..tedIalurd"y/, night i off by the large number purged
from I heIt.ok' because
15y ir.U.C. around 11:55:::; by Moore' and .
they t did! not return cards! to
Chambers, after the officers/ Terwillegar ;Motors has been he oilseed only a 10 per cent JIM, 'linn to the cityoperatedKHIMKI per cent! The If. C. Wall. Green, Amex" waist, pioi-i" | IHeaid I ti" '6r Illli-.l :Shi-/, di'Mlllllfd w'i her office after failing/ to vote
Sunday, Apr. 24 found the youths! had been j awarded) a six months cunG: 'act: discount" : on parts ".M. that vehicles: were ,, Agency dciline't to enter H I a tepoit by C'ouiK'il-! i lion" on bulb p''J't.' t< ': in the last two elections.! :
drlrk.nJf to service and repair all city (Both firms enteied. Identical idled duilr.K, the working day. ,, bi'l.. claiming;: n lack of ,siifNilelit Humloalntan. ; that watei, llnei I 0.1.: .! '<| !tlllee.. tiuiriit 1 pntki Total I rejflstintlon is almost
I 1:0':<) > I'\J.! :>! R'jsser"ixl'l that Billy Cud vehicles MM: the City Council i bile< on mi: vicing nil \eliu'l lyx 'liivuilCK'ir' ,.( already: has. :) Information" on whicllto will be completed to the HM..lyIS..II I 1"14' .p.u.. i.i. one on Call Street I i equally divided between men

Crosby LakeCemetery win. driving a 198 1 Ford with tries out Its experiment to $1 1..0: ( for light trucks and MlI'h' u service and repair con- ,,. base un entry. and therefore ( Park within a few. weeks. 'and tvto fin Walnut, at the,i iiioiniT ((2,1)24 nnd women I2.8IV7)),, in-
the other two youths as passengers with Florida !I'ower in Authorized Utilities I r of Call: and Walnut ,
save mono1." by hiring a pilvatellrm S2 for heavy equipment with li.iet &i I will not pailicip.ite Supt rllcating that the fair sex has
filled to make a turn '' Oscar Davis' attendance nt luli.'ii.. the C'hambrr, of : i I
to do the work. the city furnishing1 oil and fil Light C- tinpiemium. aI I um- u n etiinl| I Interest In politics In
from Washington St. onto The Ford bid u n... accepted: tern The two were the only liiHiirunee Infix I I I The committee making: the I meeting of the Florida :Municipal merie, ofllcu/ will be nun'ed i Bradford, County.
Clark St., and apparently (lost over that of Edwin Vickery Items to enter bid. The Council heard a committee lecommendntlon was composed \ Utilities Association in !" *oon 11"11 also. agreed to ,: White registrants: outnumber
The Community Slulehank control of the car. which rolled because of u bigger discount Councilman Seeber Good /recommendation by Mc- of :MeR.ie. One Wiggins!! and, I Orlando on Friday., pl.1t 22 I have the Sf'.D: proof two walkI Negro voters almost six to
and lie Florida over on its side into a on parts and the fact that man's motion to award Terwlllegar Rue that the low birUier be sachet CJoodmanSe Topic of the me..lInwill/: be I wivs on Cull an,1"Inut ], tint In the county.. The totals
Bank at Starhe will not ditch. Tel w'lllegar has a mechanic the contract for six given the entire premium on I' "ufr/ (fkrdiimiM. the .shortage of copper and. Its I Streets I i! err: white ..900'; and Negro.
be open fur business The three youths failed 1 to trained to repair heavy hy months. on a trial basis passed future insurance bids, including The council also painted tin /restriction. to defense. projects Agreed/ I to have ears belong- 803.I .

Tuesdilpr., :fr. Con appear in Mayor's con it Tuesday draulic equipment. Terwllle- unanimously. The council de- / general, comprehensive! nrdlnance! prohibiting the by the govei'nment. to to politicians: and' being I Of the :5.729 registered Demuorats -
night Rosscr+ said and gar's prices on labor are $.5 elded to clone the city garage und liability. In the past It''' dumping of raw sewerage!! or Accepted two concrete benches axed' for campaign purposes 4.S45 at white and 881egro.
federate MemorUI Day, their bonds were forfeited. per hour on light trucks and on the suggestion of Councilman has been the practice for all untie materials,,'" within thu donated by J. H :Mon- hauled/ nwuy If they stay In I \ .

a legal/ holiday in Flor Tommy E. ;iloblcy. charged cars and tw o-ton vehicles Jimmy McP.ae who said terms bidding to split the premium II city except at the tieatmcntpi eels of Klngidey I.ake. one place In n city parking. I Only eight Negroes and 52
ida. with public Intoxication for- I and IS on heavy equipment. the city is spending more than with the low bidder tut A charge of 50:: cents Agreed!! to have city workmen I "p .M.'e for exces.siv rperlods of whites. are registered as Re
felted a bond of 327.5O: ; All I| He also offered a 25: per $2:1: 000 u year to operate Us writing/ the insurance and re- ''I;j pel' 100 gallons dumped l will start clearing two platted time. I publicans.
This:!! Space Contributed; fred W. Godwin charged with cent discount on Ford parts garage. calving u larger percentage of i I be hurged, (Hours that waste playgrounds. one in Turned over to the Street One Negro and three whitest
public intoxication and with 1 20 per cent on Chevrolet parts Terwlllegar agreed to work the premium. |I may be dumped at the plant Southgate Subdivision and one Committee a tequest. of An- t registered as Independents
Weekly to Publicize contributing to the delinquency and 15 per cent of all others with the. clty'a department This year. the Travl'l r's are between 7::30 a.m. und 1 1 just west.. of Saratoga Heights 'I diew: Carter who lived on ', New registration total by

Community Brents by minors!, forfeited, a band l of Vickery was slightly cheaper heads a plan for regular ser Insurance Co., represented lo p.m. with double rates: charged nn Kpperstm: Street. Councilman North Church Street fur City precincu are us follows:
$130; and Billy Godwin?charged : on the labor $i.50 per houron vicing1 of all city vehicles. He cally by the Charley E. Johns on weekend and! holidays. Ruby Johns said children water. Carter offered to pay 1. Law ley (city hall) :S K:'
The CommunityState with DWI and with failure light trucks and cars, $$ I also agreed, to do as many repairs Agency will receive 60 per In other action the council: In SouthgHte now have no I' for half the 600 feet of pipe 2. Lawtey (Turner residence (
f t.huvr hL'i!! vehicle l uarJ"r cone an hour rnr one and t'o ton! I a j possible after cite rent "f ."It.: P'.nni" (npnroxl-- prl'r,1 Mi" pur'h isr "f ii |tlli-l| > to pIllV CXI'rpt In Ml"I needed to rear hhls residence ..
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SAOB TWO 1 -- ,\O'I'U'.J' OF KUIIKCI.UNI: lla:

,I Mrs .1. O Jacknon."Vr: s: 0. '! Mrs ::.I W. Ktncald was In I II Mr. and Mrs Carl Matthlson :: I I Mr. and Mrs W. H. Noll- I' Workshop Set Bryan HomeBurglarized Hill..J! law tl.KHK('Ol: IIT 01> t llti III't ,

II I R. Alvarez Jr.. and Mrs. :Murk Tampa' last Tuesday to Friday I of Detroit Mich were man have had as visitors Mr. Garden ClubThe :N;"tUtIn. htMi-l'V, alma 'tn) <"
I went to Arlington I visiting :Mr. and Mrs. C. Monday visitors of Mr land and :Mrs C, M. Hawkins mid By thu iiiiilurMlicnod, ( Merle a i
I Moody Mrs A. N. Holliday daughters of Jacksonville on On Lake GenevaA iniby.' Clerk of ihi' Clr. nit,
Texas:: last week to visit Mr. I C. Hoppu.) W Starke Garden Club Court or Brutlfiinl. County, I'I"I ,,".
\ and :Mrs Bill Jackson. They Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cope- Joyce Barton :Nell Garner: Friday and Mr. and ,Mr floweraho-p Saturday and entering Ida will "n Ihf 2iul doe ,..,
I will hold a breaking
I I :Mrs Don land of Jacksonville and Mr. Chessla Deverlclt, Evelyn F Swlnyer) of Keystone case of Stay: 11100 dui'inR tlm i 1"1, k.l, I
were accompanied by I of Lakeland Brummett and :Mary Ella Heights. on Sund.iy. at 10 a. m. at the home has been reported by hours. of .Kale, at the ,main'i.r l
Woods
GLADYS MOOTY I Ramsey and children whc and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs Vernon Reddish of Mrs L. V Hardin with Mrs. the Clay County Sheriff's Office of the Court tloimc nr Bn.n..,,,,,,
visited! relatives In Fort were weekend quests of Watterson are participatingIn Jacksonville of (iunty.. Klortilu, In tlv fn\ ",r
Phone 96.1.0651Cadet i vlsl'evl Glen C. II. Baker Jr. of residence
Bryan
Tournament and daughter the .
iI National Howling ,
otter
I Mr. and Mrs J. S. Woods. the entered alt rice, Kli tends l Inv" 4,1 I
I Worth 'l'IltWIf.LEU.RIOTOItS: : in New Orleans, FrI- Reddish. In Decatur Al:,u. over Beach conducting the work. Lake Geneva was and sell at puUllc c.iii.Ty t?,. I 11 II,,.
:Mr. and Mrs Bobby Craw : FreeEstluustes. I and Saturday. They made the weekend and attended the The workshop Is In preparation sometime' during the past two hlKliem and l IH-III blUil. fur ,.,y 11,
day
andCftft. Johnson of ford of Providence J visited hoi ll.idy Work, rulntlng. Nashville the spring flower: the fnllmvlnfc' dwxTlbnl. prep ,rn i iHltnnieil
Steve Denmark : Pvt Johnny chartered bus witha Grand Ole Opry In for weeks.A .
by
Otiiiruiit.cd the
All'Vork trip Bradford Coini .
Crawford 111 i "'e
Jimmy Smith of Gordon fort Gordon. Oa. was !tomefor molher.1'8.: Betty I Maker mid :Models.Mrs. group from Gainesville\ I Tein. Saturday night. show Members are as'ted to television set. curtains Florida. ti'>-wlt:
All : I
:Mc.Rae : ,
:MJlltarv College Ga. were the weekend and :Mr. and :Mrs. Baine.y I B. A. Pope Jr. of Norfolk Mrs S. S. Noegel was weekend | Mrs.. O. L. Haynes Jr. and bring flowers and;! flower arnnnemcnts. and some kitchen utensils of The South "v of Lot I of III.," Jl
home for the weekend.Mr T.UWII.LEU'1tI'rlt: : : 4,, over the weekend : Mrs. Ira :Mrs George Miller i>n.oivainj undetermined value were eta 42, 1.lvlnjfo'nn. Triili and i r,.
I
Va. Is spending several guest of Mr. and uf NK'4>: of :xii4; ..r
nnd Mrs. Bert Newcomb Body Work pHlntlng. FreeKM :Miss: Ann Hogan/ has returned when-, I with her mother :Mrs. A, P. iroU In Fjit L.iuderda'e! j ed at two tables of bridle!{ and The regular!: meetlnur of the '<"i by the thieves In the bllrI Sfi-ilon SnliillvlBlon) 31. Tow hll|> 11\ Siml' ,,, ,,,
visitinghis : !him ten. Allork iuunin- to :Monte Vista, Colo days iifU-rnoon I Club will be lielnif In inn"irnrd .
)f Camden N Y were .: II.L.U.U1)1'U: ; ,. dessert Saturday Starke Qa-dcn Klnry.Kntry I IUIIBO 2a Fast i. l
AdkbiH.Mr
parents. Mr. and :Mia. Q.fc tt't'.I.11 Makes mid ;Models.Mrs she has accepted Kcimomics: a position Op Ir. 7 : and Mrs: Chnrlcs Burton llody Work, Painting. FreeK.MthimteH. I for Mrs.: H K. Simmons of Mi- r-eld Monday)/' lI't' 7:30: p. m inEt. : to the summer residence County to Fl the.irlil.KinI", rin. r.,....
) forcing ,
Newcomb. last week. F. F. Stump and :Miss the office of of Atlanta. Gn. were visiting All Work (,iuuran-' Mark's Parish House! with was gained by of pursuant Fnredaure ..entered In .1. .,is<.'
Mr and Mrs.. John Greene Lillian: Stump attend a family I portunlty after a ten da;). Burton's slalfr.11'1': I..t'd.11 Makes and :Model \ .tnilDr. and Mrs. Carl Fomh.igen the executive boxed meeting at open a window. nviuUnu" In Raid. i'oilrt. the "ivti .
Mr.
I Mr. I visit with her parents Rev : CI'"IIIl"tI County Shel'lf'soffice ,.-h IM Mlil-Stare: firmer'
were In Baton Rouge La. last I reunion at the hon of I Alice .Anderson last WedncH-! Col. and Mrs.' Gilbert P and children of 7pm. The Clay i I.t whl ,

eek where Mr Green? attended I and Mrs. John W. Orti'ln In and :::1.11'8.V.. A.: Hogan:MOTOKS i.i day to Sunday.Mr I Levy of Anniston Ala were I er were Sunday, afternoon visitors Mrs. Henry' Raattamn of is:: investigating. Ini|I'lahltiff a vii Florida.K:. :M [.
a short course at the Ochlochnee.: Ga. over the TI.nWII.J.I.e1t: F'reFatluusNw. .p I and :Mrs R. R Reddish I Friday nnd Saturday quests; I of H. and Mrs. O. L Lacrosse will conduct a flower Mnrjorla: Lewla. his wife. "I.Ht.iKlnntf. -
Baton Rouge University. I week nd. :Mrs. Stump mnalnj Hudyork, 1'ulntliig. _i' of Webster. visited: of Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Haynes Jr. workshop; during the pratrram: OAME: CALLED 0..1The and the ,iloilt I l n''r i''?'_
and son .
Work All \ In
TFKU1LLKO: : :MOTORS. with her daughter Mrs : and :Mrs.Eve these attending the I Mr. and'' Mrs.: S. 10:. Simmons I Members are asked' to brine! exhibition l I" |- of whorl .
Reddish Among hand end tin
011I11.,1.: [ .. :\[1'8.1.lry: and in.v .i i'.ifllllll
Body Work, 1'alntlng. Fr.-e Griffin for the remainder of All Makes v'' Godwin on Sunday Florida Education! Met'llnIn/ II and daughter :Maureen. of Miami flowers and flower arran!>.e- game between "The King I seal Of Mil..1. 1'1)1111.' 1 II h..
r..Umat.11 Work (niiran- the week. II Ml ani Mrs Don Ray Till; ;: and :Mrs Eugene CollK :Miami Wednesday to Saturday were weekend guests of ments to work with. HIM Court" and the StaikeJacees 20 day. of April. IUI"! l
Mr.
teed, .Ml :Make and ".0,1..1., .. Rev. and Mrs John R. Brab- of Jack>onvlie: vUted: thel!l' of I
Jeff Warren of the Untver- ham attended a Ministers and parents. Mr and Mis. J. C I. I and:Mich children were Saturday to TUBS- Oglesby. Cal Adams, Paul I Mrs. E. A. Haskins of Jacksonville will be Mrs. L. L. Fullwood and div, afternoon due to InjuriesKildie C-tinrles Clerk Cln-uli i. Pnrbx% ('our!

;iit<. of Florida will be at home Wives retreat at the Hotel I I Jackson and Mr and Mr I._ city! guests of :Mi. and Mrs. Huthlns;\ Miss. Delia Rosen, was visiting :Mrs. Mrs Charlie Cowen. i Feigner the famed Icy fl.ul"h1.: .Moml I \
between trt- Robert Myer In Orlando last Robbie Shaker: over tile week ; Bob Ferguson Gladys Weldon on Tuesday reported li'*linlv. 'Io'rk
:'Biiri'* )' Apul :U9.! 1'hillip CronkhiU- berg, :Mr. and Mrs. \ Mrs. softball( pitcher, was : U"hhB l
' H..r"1.
:unesteis Tuesday and Wednesday! I end. TEIt" II.I.I'O.ICIOTOIt: : **,,. Miss :Madge .1>1i"U! .ton. 5,793 VotersRegistered to have a bad knee, and his Attorney for Plaintiff

II. Biulv. Work, fainting. Ire. Mrs Ruth Frazier Mrs. Kdra 1KUILIKK: IOT? tS. received a broken 7jn fAB' Kennedy. Ulvl.
had
EMtlmate-t. All Work Guaranteed Hart Mrs.. P. T. Noun, ('11.01"I I Body "'ork, 1'lllntlnjref' catcher Tampa Florida

DENMARK'S Outstanding Bedroom Buy of the Year. All Make: unit Models.Mlt ; ea Francis!!, ::Mrs Sally Tub'r.1 j ..timl t..". All Work nnurante -\ I linger in a previous game 11 4'21 1

I :: key Uansby/ H sophomore and Richard: Jockel.
in pie-medlcal school. Mrs. Alpha)) Hazen of Orlando WainwrIght of F3U tContinued From Page one] I

Walters a senior In was visiting Mr. anJ n home for ten days between !
and Terry :
: Modern 8 PC. Bedroom Suite mechanical engineering at 1 the Ms s. M. F. Haz n and Mr. and trlmestei 3.4. Fairgrounds Legion Hall, 317.317.

University uf Florida will bean Mis. V. V H zen Monday and Robbie Pierce underwent a 643
I 0. BHS auditorium
tour in Jamaite, April 22 ,'day. tonallectomy Tuesday In Ala- .'
rue
LMi.n.e.iy "."fI.." fee ,..... ..".,.. w/elb 4 ...11 !..*. w.M ....,.. to :May: 1, n.s membois of the Mr. and Mrs. W. H Ste'n-'' chua General Hospital. 6.7. Bavless RJE High Highway School, 23r 2116.. 1il *

7U-voicc UF :Men's: and Women's meyer of Jacksonville wecvlltliu : Steve Walker of Fort Laurrdale !- 638. f
8. Stance
Double Dresser Tilting armory
Glee Club. :. her parent.*. Mr. and :: was Tuesday overnltrlil 9. SmithHlde School 517.

;Mirror Chest, BookcaseHed Mrs.: Ronald Crawford of Mis w F. Herlonn. SutuJ'-.y guest of Mr: and Mi-s. J. IIMoncilef 10. Theressa 30<). r

Choice of 2 beautiful finishes : Innerspring :Mattress Orange Park was visiting her Mr. and Mrs Guy Dyal an 11. Hampton 314.

.. ITALIAN WALNUT box spring and! 2 ave C;:! $43.85pillows I mother. ;MIH. Edna Hurt, Sunday tnmlly have moved from the Local admittances to Bradford 12. Staike' Library. 3O8 *
of the M: County Hospital tlili "
State Farm to one 13A. Terwillegar :Motors,
SEA and SAND :Mr:' and :Mrs Joe Jordan and r,. Lawson housed on Brjwn'.ee: week Include: Bust C Cole ot! 146! Y

children of Lake Wales wore Rand. Camp Blaming: :Mrs Patsy 13B. Graham, 77. b

r.' $$149.95 visiting her parents, :Mr.: and Tlm\\: 1I1.n.1tIOTOJ"I..: : Weaver of Florahcme: Lun'e' 14. Kate SIruth residence, ,4vM ,

: Mis H. A. Ienson over the lindy Uork, 1''lnllnlC.| I I"'"reel' Baldwin of Meliose.' : Tod Elder 21-!>.

w(>uken,1. 1'.1111I11"11': Uork (;iiniraiiteed lof Ralford: Harvey Starlln*. ISA. Brooker. 104.$
Mi.. and ::''oil Kail:; R. Kelly: :Models.Lnrrv I I Albert
r+ t M.aN ar,,,. 8. ., All Makes: and :Mis Louise Orlffi.s. 15B. New River 188. *
Y a' 1(, uf Whitehall Mich:: wore last Ni:'Rel/ ictuin'd to Williams. Arthur Bro<;kp.v. S'- I

a ..,, t Frld.lY'IHltor" of Mr. aril the University of Alabama I II 1\ell Thomas and Charlie :M.: Head Start Center r
tt .
: 9 r' a ; -or.an rseu Alia.:: 1.. O. Hazen. tart' Tuesday after -er.dm! .. Jones all of Starke. I

: S y.* 'JoI'.og Mimi l .c-- :Mrs.:' Verffie Flynn retmnetl 'he Easter holidays with hi J. W. Rltch was In Tallhas- I Gets OK HereContinued

fs rr i a.ai Tuesday of last week after :parents: Mr and Mrs. S. S I ee on business Monday aniTurrrsv I
, /a tar spending the long Easter Noegel, "' from Prge Onel

" y .- weekend. 1 In :Mobile A In. with Mr C D. Williams/! visiting TKKU'II.LKOR: :MOTOHS. To The People of Bradford
:\1 and Mrs A .J. Wilili.Mrs ,. FreeKntlmateM. said. "To turn this down
" c-.._ r. ; Mr. and Mrs Bill Clark In H '" -- Flu Lyons left Bunda\:; ,' Fan;: Gillie fir three weeks All \\nrk Onuruntmd \vniild only prove the rest la
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It. (ins SI Palli.llnn.: to visit Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Garrett All !Makes and Models.Mr I not lntegiateii, he ndded. County:
I mdonnitclvTI'UMM.i "We've got to try it; there'snothing
e. relatives And family have moved; from and Mrs. M: P. Flynn i ian
II'I' : : ,I, the Hildebran h-"use; on N :;:: son and Mr and Mra :M, I IH. said.
", noly01'1.., 1'aliitliiK. Free Walnut street to 1314 Bland- Watson of Daytona Beach I Lonnle. Harley thefourcounty I am seeking re-election to the State Senate in
I' ..:. Allork <; Not one person from
.tlnllllt'' iiiiran-
ln-i street Sll'awR'Hehhts.: were weekend guests of Mr. was against t District ."> and I am not interested in any other
Slakes and, Jlodrtr.Rev. group
;: 1 It'ed.11. and<1 :Mrs; Hugh Waters Pvt. Wavne Fw of Fort and Mrs L. C. Adams. going ahead with Head Start race either local: or state, but my own.

I II Benn'ni.' Ga ts home far twoweeks Mrs. George Hii"Bhn and:! i It was decided that pupils.
and r.iu Julie Ann
?hter the court house site
) before reporting to Fort I am not taking any part in
visited : and l lI Mrs.: Foster Shi Smith attend. will be brought to school by
T.'i.im
ff Mayor
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:: Mr i )K.in.Ill Chilly on Sun- Knox.: Kv on April 23 ed the Methodist WSCS annual I car with drivers being paid location. If this site location were left up tome

yrl I ulso): visited :Mrs.: EO .A. J, Mercer, Jimmy DOIIj1 {- conference in Sarasota I ten cents a mile. The children'' I would select he\ eral sites and let the people
!:\ Corkv Sao Kathy Whitebend. this week. will be too scattered to make will
1 Tenly in the Bradfordc'unnty \ ote on which one they want. I am sure you
M''>spitulBetsy Jnvne Hardy nn1 Olson :Mr and Mrs! William!:\ Oeen ; transportation" by bus prnctlrnl recall that when tie built the hospital I let the
I Sllvn. of Bradford County:
I Nolin and Casey agreed.
Matthews and herhoiisegue of Neptune Beach were Tuesday -
s Hlfh School :itt!>rd-d: : Clay and Baker' Counties. people vote on whether they wanted a hospital in
s Sheriff
N ) > ,t, Holly tjjsiifr;: fq- visitors of aniMrs. :
"FlovlfasH,''!'atlon S'nd for n Heal iddford; County or not.
IMP not applying
vUrne.l ij Bienau Academy, t.C'I P. D. Redjlsh.Council ; .
Coun-ll conrt-ntl m In' :\ I I 't'u't PI'oj.t.; Unon: Counts
Gainesville.; G.I+1 on Sunday after above
be out about the
that
put
l ourn? last Thui'diy' : to linn just applied through It Any rumors may
l aster:
i spending a t"nl.y:
,. \11'lnd Mrs: in--' Lets Board of Public Instrut.tlnnnot are without any I foundation whatsoever
Mop ..., saw ToJoy_ \ u'nUnn'Ilh : /
.st' r4Yofw TFIl\\II.LK: : l\K MOTOKSUnity : ; I through CURB "ln<-e
TM Twrific"' tfdroemat pry lL/ ;\httlll1w They) weirKM than words ,
v '' 'k Work, I'lilntlnir.( Fret Repair Contract the planning grunt for CUB I will appreciate, more can express
'ompanic-i) to Gainesville: by
(St... Namf Mil" :Matthews and Gem 1'.tlm'II.11': Work fiiiurunteril. hud! not been m',uK< at thai your vote and support in my race for re-election to

Beautiful to look at, Hgt. II Mnotv.:: All Makes and, >lo. Thanks a million.
v Col.! ana Mrs J. A. Griffin
'al He with nndwill ;
prat'tI flll< to hudxt-t! ,, attended a reception and barbecue layed the project until n canvass Ri'MMIK: : : S\I.K! Your friend,
every Ars-nal Ir of other will, \bi'
; at the State property owners A Rummage Sale
Just look ut these lieautlful THE; RRADFORDCOUNTY
linlshes: Italian 'a t I c't' Augustine last Thuisd.iv "' :an be nindo to dete-ml-io If held S.it. Apr. 29! starting! CHARLEY E. JOHNSPd.
TELEGRAPH Cal l Hubert EStran7e they are willing to for
honoring /
: pay
uncl !Sand
Sen! -
Walnut, at 9 n.m. at the ol! City Fi-.li
!'! Post Commander of the pipe across their property.
.
liHiksthe
that
Pi4'k the one Published every Thursday I & Meat Market:: [ Beneiit BHS ( Pol. Adv.)
heal In jour' 1'00111th"3"r. ';,, at 138 W. Call St., Fort Stewart: O:\" and Col Announced that applications! (
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.. all lit onili"w .\t J"II"arl Gilbert P. Levy Commanding for building Inspector Are bl'i bard uniform fund.
:Sturke:; Fla. 32091
price. This Is but one of 1 1111 ,\1.\\ \I' \ Officer of the Anniston! Army i log, taken now ut city hall

r I arty he "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN \\LI.. (!ji'.xi
DENMRKS: sea! them pubasner! I thPlrlv"s! of the death of former

today DO BETTER AT t iuFii1 i : :; stii:: Second class postage paidat I :Mrs Kinle I,obb) and' two inspector E C Long. It pays

, Starke Fla. I daughters of Aurora 111. wereTuesdnv $100 per month.


DEN IARK IrI1RNI1'UlUJ% f!O. Subscription Rates' : :I vid:Mivrtfrnmerv Montffomerv visitors and :\11'of family Mrs.and wereTuecatay Mrs..Par Received Soh-ieftei thanks for from pouring Sgtfluules .

In trade area: $3.:>0 per concrete slab for an artillery
guestsof
year; $2.00 six months." evening supper piece toe\ mount<.-.1 in
H. Down-
and Mrs T.
:Mr
Outside trade area: $400 Ii ont of the National GuardArmory. ,

434 W. Call Street (Phone fl M.-J21: per year; $2.25 nix months. Ine and Mrs. Lobb In Lake I
I CityWinkler's
Turned a request by a ,f I
, church group for use of the n ,.
)

me Pratt for Street Sunday Playground rooming; services for :I SENSATIONAL VALUES!

Going Cut FOR Business Sale! I over to Reel edition I 's.59ra

; Chairman Seebei Goodman to I

. check! out with the Recreation' Straw Sandals Ml ?M

I Beard. :
A Few
Here's
: Examples I I

. Crackdown
. On 87 A Nationally Foment Maker ; .

. Teenage Drinking :
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, ? ee

\ I.r.I f: "! felted(Continued bond of from$55.Page One] Much 2 $5 adlt

\\\/\/\rnlVTJji\/ \/ Rosscr, said that the City Morel

' 1, .. .. 451: Police Department has begunan
intensive crackdown on 2.6S PH.
I teenage drinking within the .

_v.__:_tair______ ': city and added that anyone!
caught selling beer to minors

$ 'will be prosecuted to the fullest Many

tl I JL AJ \ J W.T. extent allowed by the law. :
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h Recent Births I IM ExeltinOSISPW


$12-50 > .'. and; Mrs. Edward SiCli- '
I
van Wellborn announce the : *

Per :Month :. birth of a dautfhte.-, Cynthia !, I

Lou. in! Lake Shore Hospital, I

1 Lake City on April 15. Pater I 1 .
HOTPOINT MODEL CSF6210 '
' and
nal grandparents are Mr.
You'll find of In this Hotpoint 20.8
I HOTPOINT MODEL fHS20G plenty room
:Mrs.: % L. C Sullivan of Starke.
I ,,,.,,try.stze 19.9-cu. ft. Hotpoint! chest freeteri cu. ft. No-Frost Food Conlor-Iarg. 275-lb. No- I
697-lb. capacity 2 handy gliding, lift-out ba frost freezer with 4 full-wldlh ihelvet and gltde HOTPOINT MODEL RB315OTh
I Itetj convenient adjuttabla temperature control out basket 12.9 cu. ft. No-Frost refrigerator with low price and quality f.atur.i of this 30-Inch CORRECTION! : Two errors ,

I I Interior lIght counterbalanced lid; built-in lid lock deep door shelves and rolls out on wheel. Hotpoint rang combine to appeal to the budget appeared in a birth announce I

: defrost water drainMany minded. Enjoy Shoot rotary control, removable ment In last week's Telegraph.

, oven door and hinged bake/broil units for easy The corrected announcementIs II t

I cleaning as follows: T'sL'
Guaranteed Highest Trade I I
More Bargains Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. ir t
Martin of Lawtey announce :' >
Allowance More Bargains NaturalWhit
Many the birth of a son, Daniel ,I' ,,;
BowslI
, Douglas on April 5 in St. *


'Winklcr Electric Inc. We Do Our Own: Financing Vincent's. Hospital. Jacksonville I I rK't''t'..cli.cks Black .Low faodczlalt 1fHgl'llla "II


Up To 36 Months To Pay Plastic Notebook $Z.30 at the I 1 >doloanti. BddI!{I.

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231$ N. TEMPLE AVE.;; PHONE 9GI.OG.11: TELEGRAPH. ,

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Hospital Auxiliary I I Garden Club Mrs. Rudolph SappIs ment flanked by 1I 1// crystal holders. Punch and Laurie Mulllru; Historian
Installs OfficersFor Sets Dates For ComplimentedAt cuke were nerved.! Mrs. Evelyn Sinclair: Sergeant

WOh New Year .IiiTb\ Flower Show"It's Bridal Shower at Arms Mrs. Minnie Lou Pa-

Alpha Delta Gamma tray.Following
meeting the
i The general m"e<-inar of the a Small World" will b* Mrs. Rudolph Sapp.! a recent Elects OfficersAlpha hostesses! : Mrs.the Payne and, Mrs.
Bradford: County Hosital the theme of the Starke Garden's brt-'e, was honored v.lth a delightful -
GLADYS MOOTY Patray, served refreshments
i Auxiliary was hold Monday Club's eighth annua' bridal: shower Monday: :! I Gamma Chapter of
Phone Qst-0651 night at St. Murk's Parish spring flower 1; show to be heU
night In the Norths;!.1e\ Baptist Alpha Delta Kappa sorority Cubs
Den One
House with Mrs. C. A. Knight: -.iturday. May 7. from 7:30: to met recently at. the home of :
Presbyterian Youth Library WeekObservance presiding.: 8'30: p. m.. Sunday.: May 8, Church recreation: hall. Mrs. Lucille Payne with three Have Nature HikeDen
Held Yearly repots were given by from 12 to 5 p. m. at the Florida Hostesses for the occasion members present.
Honor Counselor I the various committee chafe Bank at Starke. were MI'". Bobby Crosby Mrs.
s+NRrw I Mrs Marina He..urn presided -I 1 of Pack 70 took a na-
, will nt- The general chahman Mrs. : Gene Murphy :Mrs lien Lnw- I|
Attending t''!.f e National! U- I men. D3lelrat:s wh:> over the business meeting ture hike through the ra.YInat *
The Presbyterian Youth l-tiry Week observance at the I ten<:i the Southeastern Conference A, Russell Norman. Is In hon. Mrs. Carl Scpp Ms. I after which Mrs. Gold Head State Par't' Monday -
Fellowship: gave a surprise I Inn In Oainesvl'leSunday In Miami, May 5 to 7 charge of scheduling the show. Arthur Pearce Mr,. I1al'o'dAlvarez. :' afternoon. R. E. Read Jr..
Holiday Payne chairman of the nominating -
birthday for their counselor. Mrs ire Mrs. Loyree Cocomlss. Other committee heads are: Mrs. Ivory Thompson.Miss I Bradford County Forester
afternoon were
: committee, presented
Mrs. Robert Paterson Sunday : Ruby Johns of the City Coun- Mrs C. A. I in the church recreationhall E. f. M" David Fenoyer. Mrs Mrs. Fred Bennett. Mis. Purvey -
night cil: Mis. Nate Dyal, chairmanof rximonda.m.; and Mrs. s for 1966-68: the various trees and shrubs
following their regular: Miles. Maxie Carter Sr.. entries Johns, and Mrs Oscal'Carter. I'
Mrs. along the
Friends of the Library: way.
meeting. Mrs A, Russell Norman in- : Mrs T. B. Harding, classification President, Mrs.\ Lucille
'
Edward Burns librarian.Miss ; S' After the hike the boys en-
, Mrs. Paterson was presented Florence Jenniuss LIbrary I McGeeGanstineMrs rtalled the following: officers I II I ; Mrs. Jessie Young! place' The 24 guest enjoyed Brown: 1st Vice President! Mrs. joyed a weiner roast at the.,

with a personal gift from Board Member: ]Mrs S. for the coming year: president ,; I ment; Mrs. Edwin Williams. games dining the evening. The Ruth Frazier; Recording Stc- \ paik. They were accompanied

the PYP and a birthday rake L., Peek Sr., and Mrs. J. E.WI1'on. :t \ Thelma the engagement V McOee and an- Mrs. Loyree Cocomlsc: HowellPattonMr. : Judges Mrs. Paul Raymond. refreshment table was covered letary, Miss Madge Middle- by their den mothers. Mrs
topped with candles. Ice cveam I nounces Yice-presldent. Mrs. Bert Mc- I Publicity Mrs. J. D. Doyle with a white cloth and centered ton Corresponding Secretary.
representing Friendsof R S. Mullins and Mrs Randal
I marrlane of her! and Mrs Rhymer R.
and Cokes were also served. the Library. approaching Mains: recording secretary. and Miss Della Rosenberg; with a pink flower arrange: Mrs Lucille Payne; Chaplains. Chltty
daughter Mildred V. McGee Howell of Stnrke announcethe
Mrs. Oarl Matthews -
hospitality
Mrs. D. M. Pater Jr.: corresponding -
Assistingwith: the refresh- The observance was sponsored to Jack C. Oanstine, son of secretary Mrs. M. W.Ciessler engagement of their and Mrs. E D. Prevail: ---=-=:=-- CERTIFICATE --
ments were Mrs. Robert Au- !' : by the Santa Fe Regional Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Oanstine treasurer. Mrs. daughter:!, Charlotte Aruto awards Mrs. L. V. Hardin and
try, Mrs. Larry Har of Mr.
of Waldo. George W. Brown. Hairy Joe Patton. son Mrs. Paul Raymond: special 8 HOURS SATURDAY
Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr. Library. F. William Mr. Oanstine graduated Mrs. M. F. Hazen. awards and Mrs. Harry C. Patton, of exhibits, Mrs. C. P. Cowen and

Summer, was the principal from: Gainesville Hish School I chairman presented gold pinsto I Orlando. Mrs.\ Herbert Schweem; typist 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.: Only
DanceThe speaker. in 1963 and attended Central The bride-elect graduaterfrom
Teenage He is members for 100 hours of Mrs. I. I. Mersereau: focal Itring this certificate and $2.71 and receive a
Florida' Junior College. Bradford High Scnool
service to the hospital In one point. Mrs. L. L. Fullwood.
State Farm Employees! Beta Sigma Phi also a member of Marine Air year and silver pins to( members in 1964 and Is now employedas Accredited flower show LADIES Sterling Silver or 10-kt. Gold Filled

Club will sponsor a teenage; Reserve Squadron M4-142 in with 100 hours accumulated drug clerk In Qtarke. Judges will be on hand to Ring, with a / kt. size IMITATION KIMBER I

dance Saturday night Apr. 23 Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will Jacksonville and is employedby service. Mr. Patton graduated from judge the artistic arrangements LY DIAMOND REPRODUCTION, SPARKLING -

from 8 till 12 o'clock with observe Founders Day Monday North Florida Telephone Mrs. Vernon Smucker pre- Edgewater High School In Orlando horticulture, and potted FLASHING WITH RAINBOW FIRE.

air's'' evening April 23; at the Co. In Melrose. sented Mrs. C. A. Knight with and received a degree! in plants. If !net In genuine diamond then
music by The Jades. The wedding will be an Biology at Emory University Specimens, collections, artistic rings would cost $10O to $204) (.'(>:\1.
Mrs.E
Lake ;Iioine of
Hampton a past president's! pin. 4%
dress: slacks or dresses. Boy. event of April 29 at the Meth- Atlanta, a. He also graduatedfrom arrangements miniaturesand I'AKK:, see If you can tell the dif
wear slacks and shirts. Admission E Overholser Mrs Connie odist Church In Waldo at 7:30: Mrs. Oarl Mathews Mrs. the University of Florida corsages are to ,be accepted ference.\ a71f

$1. No alcoholic bev- Clark will serve as hostess for p. m. George Anderson, Mrs. L. O. College of Pharmacy and Is In :!: by the classification rom- Alan available YELLOW MOUNTINiiS -
the i'venIl1l' All friend, and relatives are Hazen and Mrs. A. E. McKinney SlKma Chi and Kappa Psi mittee and registered between 10 kt. GOLD FILLED .-MATCHING -

erages. reds I L invited to attend. served refreshments to the pharmaceutical fraternity.!, He 1 and 4 p. m. Saturday. Pot WEDDING SETS: In :\Urlid. -

27 members present during practices pharmacy in Gair.ei-! ted plants and dish gardens, w MountingsClusters' Cook- |No Fed. Tllll[ n PI i ilured
the social l hour [- tall RingsPrincess&' KinKw-- Cul-
First Baptist vtlle. which must :have been in ex
i < l>arl KlnifH Boy' Rings- 3
1 Wedding plans will be announced ,hibitor's possession for at least
U Cilrln'
KlnKI..n': Rings$2.71
Circles Meet
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Only'a Mrs. Glenn GarrettIs at a later date. three months will be registered w s0.9s. '*!

I Ida Darby Circle] of the Honor Guest At at the same time as InternationalTea IN NTKKIJNO SILVER >
above. :MOUNTLVOSSPECIAL
Firs Baptist WMtT met Tues-
1 I Farewell Parties Enti lea in horticultural PRICED: !
Jay afternoon. Apr. 12. at thechurch Planned U MAll
L. N. Pick- classes must have been grown .
with Mrs Sole Final
c company artisans who put i"ti-rt, ,, filnn, as hostess The leader: ,, Mrs. Glen Garrett who with By Juniors by exhibitor but material for
: Mr. Garrett moved to Bush- artistic entries. may be obtained ) Illustration Shown For
( Mrs\ L O. Powell conductedthe i
effort into the finest materials
|very best nell last Friday was honoredat The Junior Woman's Club from any source. Use of material Comparison I

[could makea beautiful_hoe. !Ijke !this, business meeting followedby two farewell luncheons last will give an International Ten on the conservation list Suit' of a Lifetime- From
the devotional on the 25th week on Wednesday, April 27 from is prohibited.The 10 ,t.SL: to 0 P.M. Sat, April 23

I chapter of Islah. The program Sixteen friends Rave a Dutch 3:30: to 4:30: p. m. at the club show Is open to the

I I topic was "The Home and My treat luncheon for Mrs. Garrett house honoring all the foreign public. A silver donation may DAHMER'S

I Family Witnessing with Each at the Holiday Inn last born women in Bradford be made at the door. L Discount House
Thursday. They presented her County. The public Is invited. _
Other. Iill Iillb
rr Refreslunents with a silver-plated tray us a Mrs.! D. W. Whlffen chair- Memorial ServicesSet ,
l were servedafter
going-away present.
adjournment. man of International Affairs' By UDCThe .
Last Wednesday the Methodist and her committee are in

Helen Library Committee also( charge of arrangements! : Mis.Whif W. T. Weeks chapter
Masters Circle
met at complimented Mrs. Oarrett fen wil SlOW! slues of the UDC will conduct MemorialDay
9:30: a. m. on April 12 in the
with a luncheon at Holl-'ay Berlin Wall and the a ill services Sunday afternoon -
educational building with
I''J. E. Hardy circle Mrs. Inn. They presented h -r with Scouts will give a program! April 24. at 4 o'clock at
chairman
a charm bracelet as a memento and show an exhibit of foreign the Crosby Lake Cemetery.
presiding. REMEMBER: SATURDAY 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
of the occasion. made objects. Please bring flowers

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Four Lawtcy a boat were, Eddie: mnde WI against ilia OneJohnson and) with Uev. Robert Murphy, School Trustees /
mil I pnulnr of the \Vuldo First. I TIIK KIUIIT I'OINT for tbP
Rufus J. Thompson In the Baptist Church, oml'i"Ung. Meet TonightOn way' you write. Come) In and
I Negro Youths fourth' case Dallas Lro Bell Jones-Johnson Funeral Home m lm-t. your favorite. KHTEItRKOOK : Vote For and Elect -
In chained with operating, an Appointments fountain TELK
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ot UunieavlUe wus in Ui.U'geof i pro.
I
p II y N Sentenced uJII'e;..,lered 'boat. I arrangements. Ilrudfoid County nunool I 011.\1'''. H. W. "BUSTER"

I trustees will meet tonlnhtI .
Pour I-rf. ,: Thomas Starling
wtey Negro youthsrrrnrd I II ChamberOf
I I Thursday I to review the re-
jail; sentences from I Services Set nppolntment( of teachers on YOU MAY
< '''iunl\' :.riidsi':: T A. Yfltvn ,|I .
CommerceWill annual contract.Scltaol
riiilnwiiiK! n. herring! VV' Tom
; : Supci-lnleiulent!
d In: IIIl1rnJlIg. I
Cnsoy said that In cake orvllcnn'i" save
Two of the hoy, both 15' Thomas Starling: 66, a lifelong Move
of
appointment
"- "u '. old. wore sentenced to resident of Bradford
teachers will be mad.'
I Ills. toy': I Industrial School at County, died Wednesday in 1I nStnrke The kc-Dradford, County qualified
GALS. without retard' to race, color
Mal'l. nn", hospital after u sudden Chamber of Commerce will i UP TO 200' School Board
or national origin.:
The other two, Reuben D. Illness. r
I move from its present locution
I said that the School]
'a 2 FOR LI" ', l In. und William J. Lee Born In Law toy on April 15 on Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 Board Casey In a meeting last Til- on car financing ..
17. were each sentenced by 1900. he was the son of the North) to tho Canovu' building ;
98 lodge Yawn lo six months In late Old aiO' Elizabeth Carter nt the corner of Cull and ,I day.authorities submitted evidence to of fe what(iai and insurance r'' ,; Member
the county J.iil. Starling He was a retire!! Walnut Street, now occupiedus :
The four youth were charged farmer and a member of the n n annex of Duhmcr's Discount ]has "been done and what will through the iatt DISTINCT ONE I;
be done to comply with guidelines .J
ONLY with assault find butteryIn 4 'rte
Oak Orove Baptist Church. house the move will bo Ce
U connection with tho beatingof Surviving[\ is his widow LIs- made around May 1, according Interpreting. the Civil STATE l C'ountyutLurKCBelieves
Jerry Jolrner: 40 a Negro sic Starling, of Starke; twodauhters I to r. J. :Novak-' chambermanager. Rights Act.Registration FARM CAR
: of students un- .
fruit pickcr.According Mrs. Allen Wainwright a
to Lawtey Marsisal ( Jacksonville: and Mr! D hmer said ho will redecorate der the freedom of choice planIs FINANCE PLAN
INTERIOR LATEX WALL PAINT I continuing, with the deadline ,
M M.: Joi-d.in the four J. E. Norman. Lawtey, threo the titiilding belongingto In
FIAT FINISH FOR WAILS AND NO PAINTr ODORSOAP boys nttactr.ed Johncr on adirt for signing up set for this
sons Joe Starling, Lawtey; i :Mrs. Carrie. Ritch, on W'I II
CEILINGS OF PLASTER WOOD AND WATER CHAN UP ,
Friday. ContinualUpgrading
BRICK, MASONRY PAINTING TOOLS road near Claude :Meyers'beer [ Johnny Starling, Eagle Lake: Call {Street, near the railroad. Pick t'l1.car you W..t-D.. or rl
DRIES TO TOUCH IN 19 WIN.IXCILLINT CAN Bl TINTED IN OVER tavern. In between ..
.Lawtey and ....
S HIDING DECORATOR COLORS and Shelton Starling Klnsslev: will use these for displayIng .t.Then call and tall m* *3.
7 and 9 p.ia. Friday. The attack Lake: three and storing his surplus :how much you need. to cover ,;
followed an alleged altercation drrn.< slock. Ho will also offer ,a'TV Thompson Sheet the unpaid, bAIa..ce.I'n. kelp you of Our Schools
GALS. between the and get a check for the dealer" with MiS
1 man service department in this 1 10-
(
Funeral
services will be heldat arrangement for a lowcoatuto
the four youths< at the beer MetalVorks
c.itlon, Dahme.JUld. .
3 p. m. Friday In Oak Orovs loan through a cooperating
2 FOR IRhUIG9 place. Jordan said that, following Baptist Church with RBV. The. decision to move the local bank. Th. car .la yourel Married With Two Children
Cmdr; i ] the attack, Johner Luther McGee and Rev. Laurie Chamber into downtown quarters Heating And Air ConditionInstallation Find out today how StatFarm's
claimed the boys attempted to Car Finance Plea may
was made at recent .
$ e I Sounders u
seH. officiating.
98 Inter- work for you.Call: School Trustee District One
rob him and that they had
meeting of the board of threetois. -
ment will follow in the church FREE: ESTIMATE
taken his billfold. The M.rKha.ladded .
cemetery under direction,: of SERVICE: &; TUNE UPS MERRITT H.WILLIAMS .
of PTA
ONLY that Johner might lose Graduate BHS Member
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral rhone fS9-4021! or 964-fllMl
the sight of one eye as a result -
Home. I Road 16 East Starke,
ONE COAT of tho 'beating he receiv: A CUiHlflrd; Ad l In the TELE FU.
ed. K.\ni brings results 117 N. Walnut St.
NO-DRIP LATEX WALL PAINT Johnrr Is currently undergoing Turner Brooker Your Vote and Support
NO-ORIP PAINT
SPECTACULAR I Phone !
961.53m
treatment: on his at
ONE COAT COVER A I NO PAINTY ODOR eye Services HeldIn I
e> MOLLS OK BRUSHES ON WITH EASE St. Vinurnt'8 hospital In JackHonvillp. -
DRIES TO TOUCH IN JO MINUTES Waldo .... Greatly Appreciated
CAST CLtAN-UP WITH SOAP AND WATER Ho was unable' to be I /na
CAM BE TINTED IN 2,000 DECORATOR COtOB present al the hi'iiring. I GET CASH1n17lediately ffTI HIM MUtUAL
Turner Rrook r. Gr, rvf Wad AUtOIIINIUIlANC', I --
PAN & ROLLER SET In Hpntpnrlng; the' youlhs,
16 SPRAY .
or. the do, died TnuHfi.iy after. a slid- COMPANYHim .u.\
Judge Yawn termed uttiuK -
# Ion Illppixt OMIcii''' ,llMnlnflM' IIIMI| ((1M, "'01. Adv)
PAINT ONLY Reg. 1.29 "vltlolBlnti! unprovoked
Rm-n In Rmokpr on .Tun< 21. / !
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moo! he WAil thn linn of tin
Reg. 79 Boat Violations l Inlp John Ollhort and Annie
.
:
#lal9 Charged! Here IMrrPlI Brookcr. Ho had livedIn 1
EACH WAldo for the past 15::; yen I'll.
MARY CARTER CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF PAINT AND (Kour casS of alleged. I Inviting was a former mayor of tho
PAINT ACCESSORIES PRICED TO SUIT EVERY POCKETBOOK vlolntl"<4n! hi.v' b<*.cn tiled. l town, end nNo," served on the $25 tO $600
MARY CARTER PAINTS | in County Court by flame! end l city council there for Hivrrnltorms
.
Klsh\ Cnin mission: nflicpr: John !

I 233 N. Temple Ave Phone !W1-8201 I Mctrnlf.ChargpH[ of f.illun( tn have by Mr.the BrooUrr Sonbnnrd,was Airline" rmploywl Railroad Do You Have .

MORE THAN 1,000 STORES COAST TO COAST proper hfo Having ,devices In t for 48 yean, moat of thislime Too
1 1 an a. condirctnr. He was! .> many payments to make?
n mrmbpr of the Oi-dcr! of ()
Railway Conductor, the SouhoHTd 0 Too many bills to pay? .flZVttCtltOf.
Hallway rtoncvolcrilAsin. :
.. and the Waldo', It.ipliHlChurrh : ,
| Do You Need Extra Cash NOW?

: Gospel Meeting instill Surviving Brooker(; ore; two his daiiRhtcr.s widow- i LKT US IIKLI YOU AliI Postal Savers arc cordially invited to trans i

Miss Betty Brooker and fer their Postal Accounts t
: Savings
to
:Mrs. Sarah Sowell; one son WITH YOUR MONEY; ..nOBLt; I-:; .

: Earl Brooker, all of Waldnr;, FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
: : ; one brother, J. K.: Brnokcr of We Arc Trained To Help!
r.kiI1 Hawthorne, rind n sister, Mrs. A* ASSOCIATION OF STARKE .. .
01 lie U'nnl, of JacksonvilleAlso /

: Church of ChristKobm rhildrcnKunnrRl'''surviving. arc four griuuj- Town Finance Co. a on ;iinil after April 27 lOfifi!)(; ; No NKVV. : I'oatal Savinjr> Acconnlrt

f '( Mprvlc urge held/ will Iw. opened or 110> XKVV; depu-sit-\ 1I'reptl'll.'e( \ invite you
," .A e it 3pm. Thursday at the h, *> lIo'. Temple Ate -:- I'hone !91i1.1) ; !)()!)!
'., ft. ffraveside In Waldo to loin| our :Saving) Family and 1 IOA1JM; : ; :MOitM() ;: ;
Cemetery,
.: w :', ( 635 McMahon Street N
1ft
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ROBERT H. BELL EVANGELIST This Florida Law


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:. Everyone Welcomed! ell shiD M unlawful for any pcrwtn! .r perarMM. u 4.fln.4 ......... U !

... engage in businens as herein defined, under a fictitious name M herein 4.- a! BAYLESS HIGHWAY

fined without and unless said fictitious name shall .b. n"1st.rH with the

clerk of he circuit court of the county where the principal plae .f kastaeM .
BAPTIST CHURCH
... 1 Is. wilt registration shaH consist of tiling with the clerk aforesaid an a:<

ndavit signed by all Interested under oath
persons!, statinr the names *f e

* * * * ** * * ail th ..' Interested in the business enterprise, the ntent of t the In- + .

.- r : tenet of each and the fictitious. name under which said biudneas carried \ APRIL 24TH THROUGH

: : \-T en. Said registration may not be made until the person! or persona desiring'

d0; to engage in huslnetw! under a fictitious' name shall l hare adrerttsed his. or MAY 1ST

( i their Intention to register Mid fictitious name at l kast once a week for four i iI

f : < { This I ((4)) consecutive Weeks In some newspaper as defined by law In the county I,

newspaperreachesti: : where said registration is:' to be made and aM registration shall not be SERVICES NIGHTLY J

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court swept upon receiving proof e* ,
'a 'i1w.N'
M :.t more homes! !in! this\ 1 : 7:30Kcv.

> *"I'a''"' ass.> .. I If are engaged in business under

: 'communitypublication than other you any name Visiting "i T 1 ?1 1
any : r. ITiLTn\\ ) ( PITT.1Evangelist
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*: the world.() :.: : : properly advertised and registered, we wiD be Jacksonville.:\lission! Chairman Fl.i.. and Associate Pastor< of the Central B;ll1t1st 'hutch of


= *. \ Hay been preaching: :'to I )'ears.

-: *'1 W. glad to give yoq all necessary Information as to Educated in .Moody ilible: Institute and Luther Rice Seminary.Has .

: *. fi I...... f preached in most of the!' :50 states of the United Hate>(.

*. : ? .... l* ;, what should do.BRADFORD A great deal of his, ministry has been giver to the middle neolt.:
't f'Y r you lias pnstored a number of churches throughout the countr)'.
S 1 wr'B. 1. .\ CONSECRATED: SINCERE MINISTER.:' :)
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1 11dMe tosM'd( a five hltteit: 1d'f'S',) effective pitching for Tony Lawson BHS Nine Meets n\lu: .':
Tornadoes the Hurricanes and fanneJ the -sixth win against three McLeod Brothers Lead BBS Palatka HereIn 1 Staike ,Jriv'ees will

nine as he upped':' his seas.n losses thU season Sets New 880 The Junior High : : olilcerx at nui t' I record to 4-1. Oainesvllle's two Live Oak: became the Tor- I Ii i Final Game the First Melhoditft I'C' to be held :Mem

Edge G'ville runs before their hometown nadoes' fifth victim' last. Tuesday In 16-4 Route Of St. Augustine Yard RecordA I will have H. bake 4It 7:30: In the 'lay

crowd were unearned. 111 another road game. Th.' Tornndo basiiballeis play u; 10) am Si i turd, :w. !ing hall on Madls.

Starke's first Inn.ug explosion Bull!,.'logs went down 4-1 beforean their final regular, season: 111 t thL ,''MU. uut'., t n| ,111' .

And Live Oak started when AUildje was eight hit onslaught: led by Unloading a 20-hlt attack. and theie were\ nine extra biu- new school record of !Hume he'e: Fri!.'uy, April 22, I ,
I given a free puss: on an error. catcher Dwight: Eider and Bi adfori High's diamond niiu blows. 2:00,6 for the 880-yard run against tough Palatka befcuterlni ')'e

He promptly stole /second and Wayne McLeod. ran over St. Augu&tlne 16-4 in Charles How.II: went theIljtane I was established Friday by tha the Oroi( ,!p Tou.namint Sensational 2

Sparked by a two-run flint went to third on a single by Trailing 3-0 the Tornadoes: a. road game Tuesday afternoon < for the Tornadoes lor Tornadoes' Tony Lawson.. next week. PLAY

Inning. Bradford High ba.e- shortstop Donald FaiC..n. an evened it in the sixth with tw. his L .1.,. win against two\\ I loss; !! I The star distance the runner RI- The Braves downed the To '- New Game ..
mark at
ballers edited! Gainesville HUh other h-ct-hlttlnif Tornado. runs and then scored thee: It brought their se.uo-1 es. set the new nadoes in Palatka! 53Cu: : h w
School 3.2 Saturday night Falcon then! stole second more in the seventh for the mark to 8-3 and extended Box ScoreSt. b.iult Invitation last Friday thirdplace 25 in the third Kume of the

extending: their win skein t and McLeod drove him and: win. Elder drove In three! run their winning streak to six Aug game' I night In when the' half he mile took run. Itunaltered :season:; CroquetJII

five straight: behind the hit- Akrldrfe: in with his single up with a pair of singles. Wayne games The hitting attack was AB It IISjntlerson the 1964 record of Next Tuesday: April 28. the
ting of Wayne McLeodi., the middle. McLeod was the leading batsman led! by the McLeod brother Group Tournament gets under
If 6 1 1Akrldll'e 2:02.4: set by Hal Lawaon.
McLeod and Reeic stroked driving in two runs witha Paul and Wayne, who drove in way for Tornadoes when
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The tall slender third base- : shot '
the FAMILYE1'EItY
2b G 0 1 David Loper tossed A (IJAME: I'OR'I'11E ENTIHE; :
your tacli.Sophomore SL, Acu 'tine at
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man drove in the two runs In back-to-bak:: blows to deep tiiple: and two singles/ In runs I Bradford's, only th/: meet
Falcon: as! 412, put 47'7" for
the first Inning with a timely:' center in the fourth. The two four trips to the plait. : Paul was the, Elder:; c 422' other place In the meet. It 11:30,: p m. in Palatka. If Uiwin -y : :MONDAY.VKDNESUAY) :' : & THURSDAY
batter with perfect:: the Tornadoeswill
leading a Thursday
lilts were the only extra base
the
ball single McLeod
ground up Sophomore Paul 4-for-4 day at the pla'.e: ., W. M:Leod. 3b I S) 3 3 was his best throw of the 1 I meet, the winner of Tuecluv's -.-
blows in the Tornadoes 7 TO 10 P.M.:
in tlelourt.1 : seven -
middle. He tripled going\ all the way for Starke Reese, lb 533 [ vear and took fourth place at ,
inning and scored on hit attack. got the victory, his first of thyear He slugged a pair of home Palutka-Qreen CoieSprlnHs
Joey Reese's! double ,to give the The Tornadoes:: It'd ill the' by scattering five Bull- runs a double, and a single, P.t: ::LtoJ. if 444Red'Jish. Rtbau The It.Tornadoes did not have\ !game :
cf 3 1 2:I
Bradford
Wayne had a home run, a ( Palatka Is favored to11n County Fairgrounds }
Tornadoes their winning mn w y-2-1 after the first, 3-1 Cof hits! Howell 4 1 2C1'csuy. their top competitors together
and double in foul'trlJlI. p I having lost only
triple a that contei"t.
McLeod has gone 7-fov-ll in after the lourth. and after Joey Reese also had a pall rf 000 for tile meet but used. It to
the lat three games, a .630 'giving up a second; run to of singles for the Tornadoes ; Douglas cf 1 0 0 prep for the all-important \ one (frame to date -to Gainesville 18 Hole Course 25c Per Person \
the I School.
E.ery regular on squad High
average. I GUIS In the fifth, making It 3- Box Score conference go this week. Star
Senior: hurler Emmett Ak- ,' 2, shut the Hunlcnnes' on Ak- GliiO game A8 R 11Sanrlerson hit in the cne-sided contest c; totals 41 la 20 quarter mller Calvin Varnerdel The Tornadoes wee' edged THIS( I IS NOT A SKATING (GAME) ,
" by OILS in the fist t 'nave:
It 4 0 1 not compete because of
movie on :May 12 or 13 to rate \\2,1 the season but last S tl1r.
//\krldre:; p 3 1 1 STUDENT : Illness.'
for this fund. Tickets. :' night returned the fa\or
money meet
For And Elect Falcon, ss 3 1 1 1t was an experience I1
Vote I
Help COUNCIL will be sold by Student Council weren't worried. I by beating;; the Huirtcane! 3-2
11er, c 3 0 0 for ua; we
member at a cut-rate '' in Gainesville
Davit
VI McLt'd.) 3b 3 1 2 about point, Coach
'"t MAURICE )rvat t for the upcoming price. Coach Chuck Mison's nine
Reese. Ib 3 0 1 Hurne said.
'I: Student Body election, were After some discussion on tho Hurse pralaed sophomore now has a very respectable: 8-3
p. McLeoo:1, rf 3 0 0
., : announced by Mr. Jncobarn at school sign project, It was William Scogglns and Marshall season record and l h rl-Mnn' n
'teddlsll, ct 3 0 1 last meting, as follows school admin / I
b Friday's stated thAt the Beam for their pel'fol'm.ance9 six game winning, .streakI
lfonei1,2b] 3 0 0
J. EDWARDS Jr. : istration hat) pledged to pay Scoggina turned in a I
28 7 .
totals 3
April 27-29- Signing of petition the amount needed.
remaining
fig mile and then added Week
'.lVI' Oak AB R If *. I 2:08.9: half I Library

YOU '3l1n:t rson. It 4 I 0 May: 2-0-Campaign. a 550 anchor on the Being ObservedAt
I Golf ARound'Event team for a goo"jon.
mile relay
'\crl! :May 4, 5. Registration 440-
had
Beam an open School
High
Falcon! S8 4 0 0 of voter!
County Commissioner Draws yd. of 54.9 and ran a 54.2 leg I
Elder, C 4 2 2 May Campaign speeches!
I I..n mile team for a ,
the relay National LibraryV. k I h
W, :\ilcLeod. : 4 1
Jb
District I :May Election.: .
ICountyalt.argeNAT1'l : I double. Paul: Kauffmnn
good Drat.!'or t
< being observed at
{E'e'e. Ib 4 0 ::1 :May 11-Run-off. 56 EntriesFiftysix t
I had an open quarter of 55.9. School, this week with
p, :Mcleod. p 3 0 0 It was decided) thnt all voters High!
/ : OF HUADFOKIJ COUNTY David, Shannon turned in a objectives being to find P'
t''driieh rf :2! J 0 In grmlex 9.11 must have I
I women y.olfe.sfrom 108 100-yd.l dash. the. sprint many loft library! ; :joka: ,'s
Crosby, rl 3 0 0 in order to
FAMILY: : \ WITH 5 C'HILDICEN; t registration' slips beven club teed oil! .a I, medley relay team of Bill Be- rosslbl. tT have no over iilibrary
totalll 30 6 8 attend J the campaign assembly ,
:
the Starke Golf and Country tote, Roger Clillson, Shannon,, books Curing' the week
LAND OWNER AND TAXPAYER It was also derided thatsenlol'l1 I l :
timed
this in the nine-
Club mouiIng and Paul Kauffman were
and to "l fines !
paid
tr AS many :
Charlotte Roebuck would not be allowedto (
hole Golf A-Round event. at 2:07.9.: and the 880-yd,
C.TTLt1Nsn;: IIUSINKSS.MAN; : vote due to the, tact that I. as possible. What Could Be Easier?
Takes Keystone they will not participate In Luncheon was aened at the! ,relay team of James McCrar.ViChllson The S11l4nt Council! ,-on-
wh..n'wInner. Chaste, and
club house at noon J. Roy
next year'lIncUvlth'II, The presIdent sore:! a lock""- clein-uo Monday -
Ladies Tourney were announced and I Shannon had a 1:37.9.: .
Give A ManA must be ; in fin effort to find lo t
Progressive for next year most
Here's the easiest quickest! t. convenient -
i new officers of the association I The milt relay team of Lawson -I !! |
and overt' books "Fine
the vli'e-\ te Fl'ppDay"
,, Charlotte Roebuck of Leei- an incoming senior elected. I Beam, Larry Henry, and way to hank. Just drive up to ourteller's
ChanceYour must bi! an Incoming v-tll be observed Frlrtav.:!
president! '
i burn won the fourth annua'Keystone Each out of town visitor Scogglns hud a 341.: window and make deposits or withdrawals .
Junior, and the secretarymoat Apr 22, as a climax to she
Heights women's In- b. u Hophomore. All was presented a pint of Bradford ,I CMUon threw the discus I week's activities No fines will cash checks, do whatever needs
I .Itatlonal golf tournamentWednes strawberries.In 1 129 feet, not good for him,
Vote and Support afternoon, by best quallncationi! for these offices County : be charged on that day for to be done nil from the seat of your
I 'rig Doris Blake- arc listed In Die student hand each. books returned no matter howIonw own car. Try it. .
Will Be Appreciated front runner book. represented were Ocale MiuilcUyul. -I had tosses of 125 feet overdue.
I Palatka the second
ly of on
In luTOiJ.ince' ) with Library Ocala Golden Hills, Inverness Everyone !U urged to look at :
hole of a sudden death play OWNED)HOME: OPERATEDThe
(Pd. Pol Adv.) off. The two women went into Week, students were dixinls- Dunnellon\ Palatka.I BOWLING NEWS homo, in places of business HOME: .
I sed minute early from and Keystone Heights. etc for books
ten "Proerty
statnpel;: !)-
165.
the play off tied at
Third place in the champ- close"' on :Monday to search for GUYS: AND DOLLS of BHS Library" and, if Community State BankOF
overdue! library hooks Boys Lawson Fetes MIXED; HOIBLKS found, return to the sc'no'

were assigned! to each hall to Williams Jewelry, 3; Fred- library or to the Hah sc'ioo'
STAUKEMEMllElt
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT IS assist In the collection of Football SquadAt die Stephens, 592. Holiday Inn.,, office No questions! will boa

books. Steak SupperThe 1! Cookie :Munclorff, 450. ked. : .F. n. I. C. -
The scholarship committee Recreation Di-ot, 3: Bon!]:I

A FAMILY AFFAIR discussed the showing of a state champion Tornado Drake, :515.> Candy's Gulf 1'',;: I. -

football squad I was honoredat Bill Wolfe 491.

1011"hlp 'A' flight went to I a barbecue given last week D & W Auto Supply. 3;: ELECT. .

Rachael Einme) of Gainesville> by !School' Board, Member H. Joyce Barton 543. B & C ,

with 1G7.Other A. Lawson. Truck Stop, 1; l long Itnley EUGENE F.

nEttAl. ,, winners at Keystone: Attending the affair besides 159.
11tS'r I I Wednesday were: Championship the varsity player were members Brooklyn; Supply' 2; Ell
'B' Joan Harvey, Lake of the Junior varsity, Brown, and. Pal Bradley 496

City.:' lUG; First flight Von- cheei'lenders, the dutei of all, t'lH'h. Cusp' 2; Ball Lovell, SHAWMember

\ cllle Ketch. Keystone 177: I the coaches and their wives, :573.

,Second 1 flight. Betty Clardy high school administrator*, Draw-Tit". 3; Bill :Nelson,
Gainesville. 198;; Third flight and, several members of the 55'}. Blade Gal, 1; KiniH Pats,
Plan Chesjilruton. Key ton"1. Quarterback, Club. 121. ,

rr'Tz I 219. The gild\ 1 team has also! Standing/: : William's" Jeweliy 1
Doris Blakley completed her been hosted( at two steak mip- 10-2: Recreation Dept t

links tour Tuesday with an peel during the past dewweeks ll'j-2'a) : ', ; D & W Auto. 7-3; '
1 f U( and u three shot lead! In ; one given by Jerome' Draw-Tile, 7.3;; Carps 7-3: ;
r
%
;
i the first round play, Rachael Johns and J. K.! Denmark atJohn.s' Brooklyn Supply. 'nVj-Olj:;I : Holiday : v State House of RepresentativesBradford

4e 1taLcd Emmel and Charlotte Roebuck home on Crystal lake, Inn. 5-7; Candy'e. 4-8;

% I were tied for beconJ I and a dinner at the HolidayInn SluUe Gall, 2.10; B & a, 210.
place with 851. by manager David Coaled. Clay---Union Counties



C I EUGENE SHAW I X I

Vote For and Elect -

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ern Ias 3 / R SEEBER



, t $ + D. GoodmanYOUR Best Qualified







! ',+ School Board Member

*
) Practicing Attorney In Starke.

M DISTRICT) 5-COUNTY-AT.I.A RCi I:

e Thorough Knowledge of Legislative Processes.


CONSCIENTIOUS Independent of Any Special Interest Group or In-

CAPABLE dustry.

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FAIR Graduate of University of Florida With Degrees in


Law and Agriculture Economics.
Seeber D. Goodman:


Your savings pass book reflects the picture of your fam Is A Hardworking Successful( Businessman-A Veteran f' Fourth Generation Resident of this House District.

-A Taxpayer-A Family Man (wife and three
ily's future. You can make it a picture of happiness.

Surest way is to enlist the cooperation of each memberof daughters.) Experienced In Business.


the family in maintaining a regular schedule of savings Seeber D. Goodman Will Work For: Active In Civic Affairs: 1964 Chairman Cancer


for the ultimate benefit of all. Families that save Better Cooperation Between School and Com Drive, Rotarian, Chamber of Commerce Board of

together enjoy together the best things that life hasto munity, and closer relations between parents Directors, Mason, Jaycee, American Bar Association,

offer. Start your own family savings project now and teachers. Florida Bar, American Trial Lawyer's Association.



and Remember It Does Make a Difference Adequate facilities for better education.

"I 1 earnestly and humbly ask the opportunity to serve
Where You Save! Loyalty to the office and the people.

you as your State Representative. I appeal to you to

Seeber D. Goodman Will Always Keep An Open Mindon

J\ Savings and Loan AssociationOF the Problems of Education. give an aggressive and qualified young man a chance by


STARKE I electing me as your State Representative. I shall be pro


21S N. TEMPLE: AVE. PHONE 961.0:;OO Your Vote and Support On May 3rd Will foundly grateful always for your vote and support."


Be Appreciated.

The Chamber of Commerce TODAY -I
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thin S oJ' I IM II "
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I I'' i .1 I 'Mill's J Vfvlft 10V Tli .. ., ., ..,,,,. I I. I h' I I.: -, '
Five Given 1 ill,.i rtl I 1..1.: | 'mi' II l .-:i i \ I It t III S.' I I 'II. 't" .r''' 'I4KIII Iii- ''i .
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i >i h /xul"i 1 .,ir> imlpu-rmm/ id' Ire i intl. ..i"Itl'IKI1 of S1X IlllUlthtt! to. IU\ i ii liuHlili .si. at 4111 I: Ontor at' i'e..tStuiik. \ ",'f.. l IklllillllK.I I "Itl'''"..1" ii I I KEEP W. Roberts

Prison TermsIn .' i .< i>n ii oil.11' go of :ng) ;;1 IM.itcil '... I'IUIITI-I ritir ila.Mm .. P.iioIn. 419 stiottv',nrf. U'...'uu u. .'. I'.li-. George

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Court Hero >!rfii Erl'vnrO CVilriiirIf Oil "i.WIK'lPaluil "-. ...111 .jo..f>S'-... '- .n'c__ '

charged! with brnnlcinjf/ ''lt, n. I'lilil: thin nt 14th Bmrk dny of Bradford:Starch Working! For You

..Five persons were sentenced' | mtorlng and ginnd larnni \' ,''. unu. Florida

to! prIson te.'rns in Clrrult i \\ plncel on probation f."i 4/7 tt 4/2.I : Now can buy
I you
Court proceedingsVoltnc idiy | tliroo years.rtobprt County Commissioner

morninff before Jud.p George L. Rho".!'n anti Fr''inrls -
LJatten Drooks appeared together/\ I\ |- '.\'rlO'IM TO HCIIAHIMiOilillx'tltlM Illll ISYM""I.t1 Investors Stock Fund District) 2

S Paul J. Ne-.vsome. 21. ehirpf$1 / on a cIr'e of living In open tn nll"'o"

Jwrtth two counts of I-viking pilultory., ) Judge Pntten seilinti" Hl'ill.-d HIllM will'! for$20amonth !* \ Elect A Man .
: and er. erlnA' nn'l RT.-UK I! I Rhodon to two .Vfnis' bl. ,i.ii-U 1 tl by the IMvlitl '.I IInKill

l rjcny WOOl .sentenceil, to in )pi lion and Frnni'ls B.ookaIn : utlc.iiH.i.n rlutc .show until in fur":DO)Uii. A. .,,1..MKMT \. &4 QUALIFIED

tiiree, years on enrh .'.miniJiirtge t a 1 one year term.v I accumulate mutual! fund shares
'>f surplus 0r.l.r1y.Stay | Now( you can a regu. .
Patten stipiilitt: I t tlvintenees -\ 'ir"me wits charRed: withIn ; 2. I'MittI'liif; .. On inBlil ,,ut l lar monthly payment plan to fit your family budget. 1 Experienced BusinessmanAVAILABLE :!

were to run 1011Wirrently. ).. Diking and I'nteruig) nndI I IslutikH (ConilltliiiiN >ui With payments of $20 a month-'after an initial TO THE
;
.- -- shares of Investors ri;
I i UK! liirc-nnv Ii connei-non $40 payment -you can acquire 'I43
: Ouch Lindsay< Kisht. 21.1 ''II1rt t i'i'1 two bit-ale-Inn at Dnh- Stock Fund.This CITIZENS
: Win Trip To Puerto Rico SENIOR CITIZENS is a mubual fund designed to provide long-
I We Need You term capital appreciation possibilities!! as well as a .V man who will take a stand on all issues and state

\\'ntt lluliok ('h""rll".t (..... I reHHonuble income. the reason why.A .
:Mr. mill Airs "oJt Hiillilt nl
1. land l
active get
IH-
1.Be5 Want to <
Qualified For" full details (prospectuses) of Investors Stock
: \\lll I llIMI I I'rhlty III II VI't'K'IXl. ( a ill-.'\H-llHfH-|" |"lllll Might III | Paid for It) 7 Hi-re I IH an opportunity Fund and the new Investors Accumulation Plan- man who helped \put the county read departmenton

I I'lirrto J Klin: I us I their .i\"itril I fur.. t till l) H a|CH |l'l'r.rnllllwe In thn |I for clean Invigorating a business-like: : basis: instead of political patron.

.I.irUHomllluone cf ( lu-vr .li't :Motorn DhNiiill. The trip will l I : outtlde work -
". TO REPRESENT: YOU AS YOUR : i .
age.
i MTvlcIng nutUi'H with CALL YOUR -
Inrliiiliriitprtiiliiiiifiil\ and ,1 titi'i'liK l : In ","..rto RI.... nnil IH tither .

'';.1'10'" ,. County Commissioner hoMpil l hy tlio .\tl.intr: "iciiiiiiil, niniiiiiccr: of ('.JII..r..tInt... ..r<. |I, (ran und work oil). IVe(no will tailor wrvlipi ;t' MAN TODAY! A man willing to discuss any i iv-iie and his past
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i in1l'1. hours. to you person record with any voter> of Bradford County.
W'o' l\lslnn. I your
I -;:',.1 District) t I' ally. Work every other day, JOE (Ski) VALINSKI

,. very other wick or tw Phone !><> 1-107.;) I
i'I and
Your Vote
: t VOTE FOR AND ELECT; '.. Diiiniinl 1 1 Stun- on llnniirlitu Bad WeatherIn I lit.VH., Earn: up tea 9I2.VOO!!I I 532 South Street Support

t of IiccTiiirn-r 1 1."lfl", !!> I per month (frvl iM-ttrr already -

.[ : .tii EDDIE ALLEN tin
gi 1\iI"e.: pistnl"I ) '1111J1lillf'l.q.| i i I non. Imperial Station, North
.. ) Hulov.iAV.tlrh l I'4t.a.k.. Flu.2O ,,,, ..,. .... ,J I < Pr.| )',01! Al\| I
II
On May Third a mlcrophoneinrl -i 301. ..' = -:1.: .,,,,,, ., -liIfo. ,, Jt :::: I
c, Price Here
; t were stolen' ( I In th% *VMhurifl > Ups

"independent Businessman-Kej terecl Heal Estate ( .irlea. Tot.il. Vi lI, (" of I the I -
Hti.|lon rnni <'li i InIi"Vat,I ;I < e'ttl-,'I I B.i-l wather in Louisiana
'Salesman Taxpayer and Land Owner. Family : :::
ma'pclIt' $.r,2ri deal herea w.4eezez:;
strawberry
!Man (wife and 5 children). Horn in Bradford Hti-h, \: Kip.ind; ; !HuivJ. gave shot the in:the aim this week. a .*-.- -.. r\'

County. Member Chamber of Commerce, American Fowler we.e both elm i'(,'ucl I Mii-nKthenins prices which .i. )

Legion, Baptist Church. .n <'nnnertion with u shootlnf : had diopped to the seasons
Incident In Mono on ChristmiL-i ] N
I weekend.
I low marK last kCmSIflW1
lie will work hard for additional county drainageand I I' I 11 ,iv Two NPETVO men were In. 1 Sales through the auction ] 9

improvement of our toads. Kelieves we shoulduse I Jurcrl by rlchoehotlng burltvil -I paued the 300.000 mark _
', \ fire I hv
from shr-lnrti'i
every means at our disposal to bring new industry 'llU. :iilY. representing: returns
tlte vinilh'f In front, of loinLittle's I
to our county. .1\: 07i.i7: flats sold::\ through
t Cifion I riro.vnlpp SIM'll'i I
', Ai>. II I !9. Thf nvorage price w) word or lowe. one Insertion Memorials! Kcsnlntlnns- rt-'. |1."hy| | : Ails I In (Cl.iMsin: "Srillon.
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Kiilil mill Kowler" plinleil I
TO REPRESENT ;. ;
EDDIE ALLEN WILL 'HumlW Klllltv to (he ih.u'K'" < "f 11/-1/: liE tills Mia.scm has been $3.15 (minimum chnrje) ____ _- 1.00 Per word ____ ,____ ..0.$1.I..'O prr lud-'iI'.l, Insertii.n., .
ALL THE; I'EOI'I.I11I''RTIAr.LY! : ; per (lit.After ___ ___ 1.23
K'.iv.iti'l/ iismiiilt' at their HTrnlKnmont i If not pul'l In wlvanre
AM i'APAIJLY. 1 1I n weekend low prices Card of Thank: 1'p to 00 uonl
before Cii.'iiitJniliTe and Keyed.. coded or blind ails $I.3 per Inch. after Urst III..rrU..n.I .
Monday
.J.I11I1.1 strengthened ___ __ ___ 2.50
.7. Adkinn Inliiiuni
Your Vote and Support Will Me Appreciated. ; C. on Tiifv-Uy, alter rain! nnd coU (minimum charge) -_____________ 1.2.1Each : ( charge) --
.ny 17. I Ovt-r' 5O word..: \\'nI'C',0'' ;
jut pi-eduction In loulqlana. additional word oicr 20__ _- .05 .per
I ..JlldgE'.IIln. wtlihekl I aontpncr -
( PJ. pol' Any i
herMonday -
.old
I ut tli it !time and 1 ord<-red 1 Best for high as $370; Problems? ', HASTINGS
as Insurance
a r.1'e-&entcnce : I I AT REDt'CEI H\TES I : ': s. Coleus and 0 lur BOOK bpfoi" vuylng any
Inv"stigll-I from $3.30 to & UPHOLSTERY WORKS ,
.I tion I on "both youths.Thomni rood ranged Call The Man Fran .! ATTOlU/ :. DOt annuals at reduced priced I ether rncycloppdia. M. A.
Kdwni'J: 1 Coleman, $3.GO: ; and fair from $2.70 to 4 5' Keystone"George 710 Lemon St. PaJAt u DOYLE E. CONNER: I Shrubbery. azaleas rose bush Payne your local repicacntatlve \ -

LAWSQiTS MARKET I I along with Ch.irlcs: A. ]'olk.j $3. I Furniture Repaired, I tNSUIL-VNCE AGBNCT geianlums' In bloo.u. Salvia sJnce 19"\, ,.. Box 626.
E. LaRue
I f. wnt ehirgcil:. with I Iho No- Vohir.-.e 1* decreasing eveiy: Upholstered & Refinished! I tfchg a-plant. pepper. Big Eoy. Plinn- !nB4-; /J7'' J_ttcht

\ iMn'iiM'! :30 hillbilly' :" i of !Sturltolinildci I '"''ay. tut fUH'lty| remains high) K"y tone Heights MATTRESSES RERUIL1 I becf-strak: tomato piints. :

Cold Storage Grocery Store ( Sii|>pliiM. SeviM'.il" planflin. d'.i'.; to continued cool nights Consultant For All Your New Innersprlntrs j I'I Phone 9GJ-5311:> Raiford ma.l Myers Power Tools

I 1,1., i I knivi' i ;iiiul a fiiMIII | '- on'I "hO'\ ;)1'5 during: the past Insurance Needs.Iteprecentlag I It.h" For
I. and nox SpringsDrop MARY CARTERPAINTS Stiti. 'kc Aiea Hcadquirtcrs:
"II l i of l aiii T.'" i it t nm wi'ii' Htulen i week. Pourr Tool
I l.iiMliinmiprH -
I CallPALATKA
I 1.Ih". I %'''in'iiH.: i At thiIor. The total auction figure o$3O6.t8 Groat.. American In.... Co. Us A Card KA 8-9 or OAFTER I, AWN MOWING Hc
i i ''W",1I"11; mi J.iniiory 2.t.1 does not lepresent 'T\t Traveler In.. Co. i ti-lmmn4! ( days a '''('Lk Sa'- I'iiiiip4 & \\'utcrBHjriTH S'stepuiq.

biitn i C >loniin ,.mil Polk peaLlI! I )II):" total Income; from berrIes. 'M I 473-4692 Da) I' 8 P.SIMLLEB M. '.-raction Riiaranteer: PlioiitTcbv ; "Stratton tn/lnC'/ .

<.d J /:nutv' I In the rharfres since several large growers 473-4333 Kites MRS. PEGOT 01 Larry O'Neal at !MiP12 ItcntuN Snip !Sprvlr

.11, I must 111<'111 mil n pichcntime '' have FOJ) direct to wholesale i Auto Fire Home Biuines 209 K.: Adldni St. ? 4tp >41:: I 230 NME.: 16th Ave.
invriti-ill; I.n, oirler- have pcdd'ed Payment plan Starke. ALt Complete Line
;, was htivers some I Monthly Gailuies' ,Ill. 378.31( III
cd for both ..vonthM.I'nlk l. their! fruit directly and others!! ofPAINTS used- tfchg.
business SAVINGS;
FOR SALE!! Good KIC(; on _
\v.i-, hcnlcni-ecl to auincteti.rnin I liavn turned the public! Into
ONE STOPMASONUY and residential properties In ANDSUPPLIES Elcc. Ranges. Automatic
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,iti> teini of ilini"ths \ llcldi "pick AREA TO BUILD
Ui lr : on a your and unim NICE
to ti\'>- ve.r.s. j hy.JII'-':;:" \ ')Wfl" bn 1At:; 25 cents a quart SERVICE Starke.proved. H.Improved V. Knight. P. O. \Vsi-hers and Refriir-! I "Mo 273-: ABOUT 15 ACRES
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1'itten on Jo'd i my" :3 fin In, I-iotn all sources It is be- Ready Mlv, all ..Ius! Con- Drawer r*. Ctt tfcbaWAITRESS All erators: at Your FIRESTONE : 1500 Th'-i! i U paved hl l1uv -
Ii' M I 'in I t II',' Ijin' .;i Kiry., i I lli-verl) that total: strawberry .-retfl. Block Ml typo sand For PurposesWE ; STORE. \. fru.'i'e! for this trait: ,

ipxoiriov! >ulrl be near the rrwaxt LJnl-lii... 1'serytluing: WANTFjn: Apply ;MEET; ALL i i",id:- l-'.' :n. and also rallro.iJ

Plastic'oll'h.: ...." :44 j o'j in Ih.1KI s5r.0000: mask for the curient n /onta, ,pc Lots of po' slbllltle ior ;
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and II tfchn O)
eonstnietlon.We
$13
l-T.lf \llli ea.s:m. .. on :; '!.ouse. 3 !small': lots tn"!
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We \ 4 ..1\\.1.I tit.l, ..* nI'I'I i i all material will mt any within price Bradford FOR RENT-4 rooms bath PRICES; Clo' p t- 1 town loi'fltei: : : :at 411P oo-.n; .
PIIOPERI
is > '. II I nit III I'IIUI 4'ipi' \ UF Mixed Chorus TILLl1lST.IS apartment. Call S Cherry st. 'ullntviU: furnished<:f 1-8201
{ !!>Hi
II. II,..Ir.'IIIX.. Phone I p rs TELL US WHATC
-I :at.i 4.1WILL '
will Pick-iin and BntrJier. There will he a ,, (1I.lTY.S Call lI) !J.1185.* trhnCALVIN" :7B2
I I" I i I : .. I \. '": ;II', Sets Two Concerts 333; N. TempleTRANSPORTATION \: U WANT!
Small Fee for P1el-up-ucheIing! cows $3.00 per .. "I I .llM X 8 X 16Concrete
Head and Hide. Ilo-.r :? lb.-Cli-ined I Weight. ri-i', i : 'HI i i 1:1:1':r '. ii-i: Friday Morning Block STARLING plum!)- MOW \WNS' PhonegS43nri4. SIIIOl'T UEAITVTI17
c pr AH ,ti. ..ti.i... ..1, ,n I". .'.1'' ". "r Ini repair Phone 9G4.651 t. 17 : :tit, -* 'H : N. Temple Avc.U7. .
For Chill-cut and nnippinjr, 5"". Ib. with 18e each i I
: I
jc per paper. I \ I.' III' 01.I ll ui" I I. I tfrlm ( S. SOUPlKnir
'.\ n..1, ,nli il. ii i,il, i .'-in' t < l | .i, mIlll The BO-member University In quantities 300 up years exooriotire.ANNA iI I Keep your party together MALE IIEtP WANTED-:Me'l .
: We Sell Heof and Pork! for Home Free/era I,, '111' Ml" .MilII.N,,,, V'l\ or f"'IJI'lda' Choir, now on Its. S. JAMES I charter a Greyhound bus! Call In rood health ase 21 to 60. 8 !nm-3 >11. :i.tap'kpEUNICE
.,
'J": \ i..s I t his i ,i ,.i.ni 4C l .t.I iI '/miiiial spring tour. will pre. BRADFORD I 964- ,
Lacy Conway Greyhound day. 5 days week. Two : : NURSERY
,, > BROKER hour
III.' UII'
I III III |"l .1 I REAL ESTATE
Phone !))61-8281 218 Washington St. juilm. ..' I'railr" "?,,i,'d" ",,li.ItI.,'\ ',.']1.-., sent concert of sacred und ENGINEERING CO. ; 4051 or nUht 9G4-1044. Lacy reks paid: vacation. state vetliement A?:ileas 3 for $1 up. Band-
ii'riilnr music at the BITS;! au- Resident :Many Years!
Id.I. \"II\\ll II "l\r .1 I '01 II'.4) \ Ph. 961-2521 Starke Rejr. Conwav Flying Service. tfchs and Social SecurityWrite 1c1 i ennuilt: Roses fruit and

__nnnun __ ______n ___ 'It' trim-i Friday, Apr. 22, at Keystone HeJylits? or contact. Personn1Department. : hade trees and jlu'iibs All
"> ';.11 nfl 10-0::! n.m. BIO PIXXT IN A SMALL Slate Road/ 21 No.( I IMTRK: Oil. COMPNYla ; : t Sunlanrt Training; container urown 2 mil; % No'thof

I 1'ink-r' thn. lirt'rtlon, of DrFInn.1 TOWN No. 127-6 Tower ; two bay service station '
Near 1150..1\1--'
ELECT c"ntr'r.' P. O Box : Law'toy off 301. Ph 711--
: Krister of the UF I 13200. There are 5"( bearlt.K Telephone IT.'MMI:{ : :' I for leaP at Walnut. s'Kl Mad- vllle. 4ti'hu! "r r ::14115
1 H'l> 1 'ntmcnt of Music the pecan trees! here(! plus other 2tn t-7 l.siti ats Paid training available \ I

ili'iir I I will xinK compositions' fruit and ample loom for gar- I Call Travta Mathti, Jack- COCKS. Dtsliwa.!;hprs.! cuib FOR tEllo'X2 bedroom tin-

i .MiiJiitf.' from -\\oiks by Bach, dening. Property! l.. Kneed oil FOR SALE-Easy terms lots !sonvllli!. 3:1: -l3n: tfchu! girls and waltrl. <<;es. Apply; at I :Ii-rsjlrtiea: : hou-e. 523 W Pratt

t tu NPRI-O spirituals.Tin1 paved county road and I in n and 41 Crystal taks mme-,I tees. Drive In :3tclT* 421: St Call 964-4111_tfch'

I BASIL DfV, S choir is. made "p of small town: mall delivery and rites 39 Lake p-lvllozes! ; $750.00 II I FOR SALE or trade 3 bedroom I
Honda FEMALE HELP WANTED -
men ami women students, school bus routes to serve you. each 100 x 180. $15000 c'i.'li. CB house. Large family room FOR SALE 1964
C-IIO-.PM by auditions hcJd cailyin : Colonial: style; horn( of '0 Suslow P. O. Box 1003.Starko I closed KR1>age double! lot. Most Dream 300 cc. red, one own:? CJttaee Pa'cnts. ARC! 21 to 54.
i E. SI. A. I Powell( health.\ 8 Inurs: day. 5
location. Ray 300.
1 Die year.1'ic \ rooms features lon{ screened 4t-> fl!\ '' 1 desirable like new. $395.
publliIt Invited to ttinil porch. 3 hedrooms! bath :2 Payne. 204 S. Glenn st. Phonr "Otl 2261 or 498-3861. Lake dnvs .....eek.tIn: :\ E'lucation.!

F O It I the roncjr.s! here. fireplaces, some tile flcorlrg KINGSLEY 1AKE hOUSE: 964-2701 until 4:30:: p. m. 964- BulVr. 4tc-\-n\ S 10th cradevacatIon.. /41 l< k

tutane: heat electriciijt\ phon' for sale. Write or call V. Q. 6782 after 5 and on weegendstfehv AP.IRTMENT2 leave and retirement benefits.!

Mrs. Dobbs Named C-<-nr IUtl'lIe.:: Mso( a 2-ca.- M C'oY. Jr.. P. O. Driwfr: lltn t FURNISHTiD Write! or fie:! Prr onnel Miniier -
Waterit''til
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I bedj-oom.: LUht;: Sun'and' Training Center
School Board Memb .
!bulldliiB" 376-7290. Oaln---
storage,
-11I ltfl' and : or phine t Ifc'm'
Correspondent City water for properly. Owner vllle. Flit ,IfrhTrOH \ Dullinaton'! ? ; I P O Dox 1150. Gilnrs-:
JUUSn"lIdnzer vip| Fin 4t-hg: 511:
RaifordThe now wants a smH''cr place LOT FOn! SAI.ElOO'xlS..> _
At
0'; '.,:.. ""' tL DISTRICT ;5 !splU for $13 200 ant; 29 ;"- : JU.'NT3 house twvlronm newly decor nil.furnished Operators Crystal: Lake: Home"tl-s. Laicpilvi'ercs : '.. I I FOR SoLE55.' 4 Jr Ch-v.

t: ..,..... Telegraph! : is pleased t? cent 'o'\'n. ated. 521 W. Pratt St. Ph. 9fi44411 Serv. SI. Uon Attendant ; si.nno cn: -h Pac' rr>lt seUan: Ocod Condition.:
x olT STROUT RE\I.TV Sr. Beauty OperatorMaids. ; cod. Eva Feag e. phone! 96<)- for 10to 14'
: CountyAtLargeil nnouu.: > ihp h:>r.:>lnlment tfrhar I Or wIn trade )
"" < :u respondent. Mrs. Earl 2117 N. Temple Ave. :. _n __. Lahoiershite. &. 2411 4Ui 4 .' I F11)e1 rIa',' fishing! boat Ph-me
the from [lU. S. 301] FCR RENT AtUuc-tlve 3 Colored HclJa":
to write
n-ibbs. news SISC.LRIAG. : : : 473-4405 K--ytrie; :
Ratfo'd and vlolnlty. Her first Phone 116131'11.' !SIrke'LOT I bedroom' house unfurnls'\e\ Retired Couple house ; I' Un

;; MAKE BRADFORD) UU JTYkt i CJlnmn" ';,110R.Mldents. appc.irs: in this week'si I FOR SALE -Nice rcstocntiol ed also apartment furnished! and wood: unfurnl-1i-location!!:' CentralEmployment& Income SEWING'fOITU."E\\MACHINE.: like new FOR SALE Fciul.-'ment; to

section J.28 s 3oH far( over $380. Fully) auto-
of Raiford andIh. I W. H. Nollman. 510 N. CherrySt. raise 10.000 chickens complete.:

VOTERS .' Stitc Farm are InrtleJ to ..1 2701.600. S. Parker St. 18"-$2'-1 I tfr'mONK / in.itt1 QuaranteeJ; no attarhmrn Reihl')!;"n personIn eded Phone I 964-1852 atchs; 55

line their news items to Mrs, I SKKUK: : -
f'R01', ONK. : FOR A your ara a-bunte 11 cav-
The > TWoi\ who lives on lllhwa10 \ II I II Outer. )W-mi!) : I I WCtAN'Inls: il'Jp to Seljel -
liradfurct t (. unty; :School system employs! more people 1'NdmOI.l" : ; FREE with new LawnMower RELATIVE OR FUIKNTJ: ments of $9 per mor.th. Will :
mnney, than a.i>' other concern in the county. In addition tu thi.s: our nt the I Fire Tower Her Beautiful bulJ-'lin lets ove1'looltln -i take olf"T machine In t. add I, bulldlns: aol U of F cim-
,phone) number i Is 964.2601., : -2 sral. gas! can Dlo.foll"e I I ru?. Gnlnp"viie.: daily. Call!
I :
BEDROOM
future depends on I the children no\v' in school.) nil guateAtyour & visual ItpFOR
prter
:Tn1'IP 1( will appreciate; IIDP" ( Sale or Rent. 1132Ptnewood 004-1'37'3 6pm.
them ovrr. and take YOUI' pick.A }- Far aQe1' Ja-ksinvillc\ 3.:>3tD43day I
) 'n" v/lth news Items will FIRESTONE Store $50 I
Rent
Drive ,
Tel !nU-57fl1 nll1t.Ve d'liver.'tche:
Thomn ::
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,.JL.C. Basil Davis: Knows this and has offered I Jmelf il-l t: :your roll !lior n -t lalrr than: Monday Sal tPirrv* rcasiiiBble< 1'':. N i i : .1 t'J'1i I ROt)'! RET'ery: l'eT'tnttbe. -

:school( 1 lioiiril member. of cnc-h week. BEAUTJFLL K1S1Sl.lT: : FCR RENT! -Air toi.J. '. :2 he I.f II I- Osborne, Tel. prlvnt": bi'.h!) P'n.i"

.I LAKE I room cottage/ on Crystal Lake 06461101.4t : 4 ?8 i I EXPERT :Mechanir.all eat ;, 9m( -1341 after! 7 p. m. Itchjtl. :

Will he Milling" to Ii.-ten and to Kr >p nn npenJ ii'.m, i itt.. ii.ii.: ,.f iii". firm ,Pub Twoery nice Lake Front f f $60 per week. For reservations !Ilepll's.:; Green Buick Oarauci II l. .____
DcsiDv/ ; "" MI "i'i oI.f iiiix I nui'iv.1 i I..b:. | Home on paved ronds. Contact I, call L. K. Whltehrad. flen-: REGISTERED DUROC PIGS i Court & Jefferson St>. I .\TIT T1r.r..' Mobiic. Home: !
mind to nil problems concerning mitsehiuI ilHini: I, u,. fli'tniiiul flu SKi h.l In for a ': 3673. tfjhgI for sale.Vatel' Oak Farm. 2tp 428 Ovn' rs-Have A cooler home
After stud inl nil fuels( will vote: fur. "iliuiK i nnil lulls vtnto the. me intmedintely {I I'
tem. : too We
Hy" ) ,. J. Thomas. phone 961-6C35 cr 989-:<191. \end: protect( yauroof:
pi' n t i nml pom' of. quick;: sale. A. I
\\ hat will he in the best interest: (,f Off fri!. n.l.Irpis nf thp "I-t| ( lint mi.! Realtor. Staike Fla. Tel. 96>&- I I THROW .\W.'Ot.1t Itch' .II FOR RENT Oi S.\LE--l ani: I will! Cool"'al, your loof for orly
:SCHOOL CHILDREN. niiml lip mviirn I In liy the <-l lt. lm-" 6701. PAIVTBRl'SII: -- 2 bedroom: trailers. Will mote I 15c a 1'\q i Ft. Call! L. S. Bra11r.y.I .

.ant. his H.III., ... or his nttorney:, I I M.ilnUnanrf free RE\NOI.ns FOR SALE:-lilrc; hm1saV::> trailer to your own let or will 1 I I 47J-4: <121. Keystone Helsh's.;
I '
It lit .Il I
0 't iii.' \ ttrrordIIK
to I.w. WILL sacrifice small t.nfinl'h- j ,\Lt' JlSU 1 SIDING: %ill add floois. 3 bedroom''. 1'j' tatn I j furnish lot and trailer: Will ;! 2tp 428

Basil Davis Stands For: April Dili 1 1'rid.! ; *!:fl stucco house and ? beau- I years of beauty ft" durability, family room or tllnlnu! al ea. :. pll trailer with no m >nev

fhinii, ciirriH, ti..r.eI tiful acres on Rd. 100 nearKeytone ;] to your hon,,'. Completely Encloseprarajp.: Double! lot 'own. Call before 7 1m.. or !SAIE--Motor" : S.ooter In
FOR
I t\i-: ulilx i of t Ihil.'italo 1: u( C. Aoiirrix
I I. fi'M: 'd "fhnol, facilities I, ...i.c.IMIliJI Height: Lake ;privi InsuUlril. FREE rstlmjtc 1028 Palm! St. Tim Warren I after 7 p. m. J. B. White 964- t1.-t'p shape J. B. White. Ph.

12. Competent instructional personnel '1 .\H Af ,I'IKItl'l-t: I: leges. Mrs. W. H. Nollmantfrhg GAINESVILLE AWNING: CO. 009-2451.: Itch 1651.: 4trha: 5 12 96-&. 1631. 2tch7 428:
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j! : North ) '11'1'10' Ar.M.uKc. 3768885ThREE i
:5. Improved transportation I conditions : ;
\ Kla. : FOR SALE -Dani modsrn!! I i FOR SALE58 For: : Station ,
I. (;iood sound business judgment 4 7 It 4 29 t
CLEANINOEST Carprt Clea.l-! BEDROOM HOUSEfor sofa and chair. Very reason Wagon. See at 234 N. Temple FOR SALE Attractl-e home

o. Interests: of, school children and the willingness: to wtrl\: \OTM'K OK TH\Tu: ,'' TON"i er you ever used. So easy. too.Get rent. Clean. Just palnfd able.: :Mrs. V. R. Ferguson. Ral- I A\e. tfchg; I I on U. S. 301 N'ort-h.( past

on their behalf. III'UIn: 11II' riot. '% n: Blue Lustre. Rent electric Inside. Available May 1.R... lord Road. phone 964-5511. Sleepy: Hallow Motl: r.e.tyI
..ltc. la l>liy "Klven thaithe shampooer. $1. Starke Hard I W. Brannen. 520 W. WettonSt. : :2tch3! 4 28 I WANTED STARTED PULLET painted: : : back porch with cement -

Your Vote and Support on May 3 For BASIL DAVIS vlHlon tln".r"lorl1"of clinpt tinier 20,053 Ihi Lawiof pro. ware., tehee .. Ph. 964-8375. 1 Up I GROWERS WUh house:: I I Veer: 2 pear tre *s. small

Florida., Acts of i 4l.! will ATTRACTIVE LOT for sale and equipment to produce pecan! trees and pines. Bargain -
S Will Be Appreciated. '.....1.'tor with the, 'Ink of thei FOR SALE-21" Motorola T. \ FOR SALE -Chrome br: nae on E. Call St. High and dry. pullet for local hatchery. Call I .-Joe Martin. Rt 2. Box

:. ira. Pol. Aurt. .In.....l'lelH.nn"l for tinin frail.r"-l V. with table. Good 1 condition tone dinette table and 6 chnlro Call 964-7784 alter 5:30: )p. m. VTROtlj RAKES. BrookerK 54K. e.tarlre. FTa 3209T::

(...lpt of proof u( publication: .ol $89!!( ew! ; west :Jiu'Ji...n St. ltp $::;"?. I'l l:1SH': ; : : : ::. t1o h. JtUsj: !!; I'M: :. tCJJWli'.ch.:. :l .- i'12:: : .;::) ..1':3w '


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RTAKKK.: f'UHUU.1IU'ISII.: .\\', Xl'ltll. 21, tlMM
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. for years \been the home sewn Wm. F. Lewis and three sisters, !Mrs. M V
CT 22K22 2SS5 i .-. favoi'utc. For note 1 ea-e : Ssinvon. Melrose; Mrs Merle
"" *"' *= *'*'** with Services Held Crome, Pompany Park and
ce (*irfy Vie and speed when wotktna ,
I
t I t .
Oulky. U'Xturi' ui' luuscly woven I!I In Melrose 1\11'11. Sarah Sargent. OrangiIlet
, fabrics! try the mi.-t4). hi his
4'4 MthRu4! ; SUT width is Funeral sel'vlcelloel'e held
'\ .M.i' 1 ne IViO Inch WH'ifiiM\ : .-', nllklin Lewis 6Aol
,
::Miami; Hcrald Endorses Gov. Burns perfect for that extra letdown :Mi, I l1'Osr. tiled' la-r Friday In it Windsor 10:30: a Cemetery m Monday with in Rev the.
of hem a; as H false .
,,.< : (ii I OIlI1: t1Il' hovpitnl Corn
' Wallace B. Draper offlciatlnn
).em. In Meliose! on Oct 21.: 1000
"* .\ surprise endorsement of the can- ida l," he said on his", iiiau unition. IIP was a iPtlrrd\ me"I'" !,lAnl. a Intel ment.0811 in ch.aixe 'nifJ
Till Ita Kill I' rDINT) : for thp Witt C Jon" Funeral!
, liuacy ul (juveinor Uayuori Hums:!! by (JLIICI'''' Have! s\\oni:, this'" aueinot'iicini'calty to haau, I ni i Woilcl War I. inul
Tome lit andseelect i
ivili
,, : war van Home of Keystone llelunii-
i herald ol the only to l.iuit South: Huruiu.) ," "' .J i :MethediKtRuivlxlnu:
..ttiuviiaini: was'" one sigfmticuct .' Ff ynur irf..o.ite! ESi'FKKill.OK .: -
: developments i in the political The first governor to use population i? "', r>4Ic Coun...... prn. ThlK-:: lire 0111lixilhet, .\ lassllled Ad in the TF 1.1i-:

all cjiui tins: wee!';. Nor tile powerlul'unity u.s vise lactor in lnbuuiitf primaryload '. C.KAI'H. John M: Irulut llrr.,1on i Cilt.\I'1I brings! results

,l' : newspaper\ in the home town ofAlayur funds!, llaydon liiirnd::! has put I ti:;

KoijiMt; King High to endorse uiul) is putting more soil under cou- -- ....-...
'u Aurth Horiilu candidate in prefer- crete in :South Honda than any previous "

jjCiicc, to its own home-grown product execut \ e. j'' -" -

mut, give many 11 Ol'lu'otel's! cause::; lie lias stimulated i industry! \ state-
.
,#I fur itt'lection.M'itliout: wide. Proven experience
': equivocation, the Miami lIe rescued Florida at the 1DG5;

'newspaper' in its lead editorial of World's Fuir. and exposed it to 5 mil.
it takes
Tuesday morning, said : lion potential tourists.He : In a job

THE 1IKUALD: endorse; HaydonBurn.s kept the State Legislature, at

for ronomlnation! to the LW\ t'1'- work: until it had reapportioned itsclt. tf a lifetime to learn

n
OCI'U lie primary is an issue of integrity in this cam something you only A i
when automation was
Back In the days
'. Two seats ago{ we backed off from paign. That is as it should be. Everyact i I t ri e.r lead about in science fiction, Broward Williams worked with ,
all three major candidates who arc in politics has moral connotations. Florida's and v
office to convert pen
Treasurer's
_,4now:\, in coutentiun.1Ve t We regret that Gov. Burin U disposed : the State That's how Florida ?
r" ( thought In goad! conscicnre( that toward cronyism, but thut' i is II I & > Ink bookkeeping( to a data processing system.
+ ., to keep (
II uSyjt' is ,ants .g y.S of the first states to use automation
vN became one
wr< cnulil,I make no ri'comnicnd.'ition) in the! CH-cupntioiHil, disease of the professional II I 9'lln3t' "S did
As the state so
grew
statistics.
"tl'c/ runoff! election of 1JG1) in which politician. On the other haiiil, I ';o track of revenues and \

'.ll.iydoii:. )Uurns:\ (curried< < 61 of'the 67 wd like what we hear about him from II I ,, I }? the state's capability in record keeping. Today it enables your ,

comities, ) and, polled! 58.2 per' tent t of) his neighbors. I 'f''' '"t+9't Ti''' I g State Treasurer to keep up with traffic accident records 7

the Vote The axiom that where there is smoke ; insurance statistics and state bookkeeping. In voting '

,5#(j: In I the t It t months since! ho Fiis:: : bc mm there is fire is tenable chemically} toilf I I[ ,.v to keep Broward Williams State Treasurer you will be voting to I

, In office, however! Gov. }Hiivm has in the Burns case there is: no proof "" keep in olfice a man who has also kept pace with

)>ro\el( to he a better man thal\ .Cllndi. that any of those who have searched tit h r, Florida's growth. His many years in the fieldsof

late Kurns.: lie has matured. lie has from! time to time for the flames:!! even 4 4Lf j tr4f .,W IW insurance and State finance qualify him to

acquired< that experience which is painfully trot warm.If continue to represent you completely. When you vote IROVEM 1

Rained by constant applicationto Haydon( Burns should win renom- Stretch to keep Broward Williams your! Slate Treasurer you EXPERIENCE INA

duty. A jrood short term thus de- ination in a campaign which h as br rin The Home will be voting to keep in office a man with proven KBIT; TAKES

ser\e- 'promising: full term. .r' ns Florida has ever known in its ,'- *experience in a job it takes a lifetime to learn A TO

" I In i office Gov. Burns has proved) l him- present attitude of apathy. he will CUOK 10 minutes, Stirlingocc ;. I f .., :: prL-.5 '
and KEEP
:elf a doer who has done what he represent his partv ably in the !N'<>\'ember I >-lonally I I

"jirorrmed} to do. general elections i And NOTES I II Sin n !Uilt of the hot mix-

"I 1 will be governor of all of f Flor- iI I NEWS tuic) Into tini II a and then I\
) acid thU lu the conked[ mixture Williams r
I32Y Tor Today's Homemakers \\BrOW8rd\
I Cook three> minutes. tlrlim :

Broward Williams Deserves ReelectionLast i By Martha Sue McCain Hernov con tl1nll.Y'from. Add heat, ,the Slowly fat ,

G' County Extension b'cnd' in vlneR .i\. or lemon TREASURERPolitical ,
STATE
week the citizens of Starke int't. It is: more specialized than that f r Home Economics Agent .luice!: Makes 1 Vi cups I

and vicinity were given an opportunity ) of Governor; more encompassing::! : :NOW' !! SEAM: : ItlNUl.NC:' Ad.eroi..meno! Paid For by Fred N. (Awry, T.*...

} to meet State Treasurer JJroward than that of the Comptroller ; the Attorney IN 3 WIDTHS: -........ '

:Williams: and the impression gainedwas General ; or the Commissionerof ", ,,, INSTANT:.; UEOu.\'n Klu aiea- let them present: a Look for \these seam bindings -
To decorate or re ;:lecorate a i colorful one-patteia look and at your notion counters
that of a dedicated public official Agriculture. The man who fills::! the '
leader they)! KtmmhiH can now be easier
the most de- like orchestra
who knows his business and la deserv- [post: is also State Fire. :Marshall ; j is l I room llghtful In quickest apply wallpaper I control an the performance. The half-inch binding! had
way.
''ing of favorable consideration in his custodian of than $2 billion in will
: more
select .
,
less >
Tl you
In a- clay time or you < paler i > -
bid 1 for re-election. I -,. ",i1eoII. ,. "';,..II" I _. 'f.. "
< public funds( ; heads::! Florida's Highway can have\ a new roo-n.' The establish the color scheme 'If't': : : "': ..

}I That this", impression is not an erroneous (land Industrial) Safety Programs ; four walls are the large! s.n-: enjiance: the furniture, guide I '
I
{ one is borne out in an e itor- serves on more than thirty boards or your choice of draperies: slipcovers ,

trial appearing in the Washington County commissions", from textbook purchasing I from those. sales()\' varies u great :; and upholstery .

? } News: : published at L'hipley! a : and teachers' retirement fundto deal. "When people pick their Whether the room or small you atedecorating in Notice \
is large
* neighboring community Williams' outdoor recreational development} I, irvn." one>- g.ocr wild, "they (II a houw. or apo 1'1 m"'lt. fares ,
picking ,
the bushes
birthplace. Graceville. and the Board of :Motor Vehicles."" I f.klru oer anl I II Noith. Eist, South or West, ,
berried '
the biggest :
:' In its editorial comment, the News: I It'n! a BIG job one that can't I leoue only a lot of! fruit that goes I determines tll'ftwhat mood ,:

i said : he learned even in the full four fears" .o wnite." von( want to develop The wail SUPPLIERS and FRIENDS
I\ All. who have read this newspaper.for after election. It's u job that affects ( finis h will to n Urge: extcn'cletemhie b FARMERS

as much as six months, know we the finances of every individual, family The rapJd growth of plnf | : whether,the abet room hPl' it I ,

;hold State Treasurer Broward Williams and corporation within the state. :Tees, at our place astounds us. formal or iiilormnl whimsical I
clarliu
in high esteem. Last September, We feel the job is too complicated to toy had berries Instance in, a Just field 10 that yearn IV' '. Is or quaint con.ervatlve.or ell' lInt di l' Do know that my opponent from Alachua County wants to hurt you and 30,673 other

in fact? published a special edition be elected office. But since it is the ni'-o'' you burdens
we an alto< Is IlOI"l'own! up in lia; sophisticated.: Once '. small farmers in this part of Florida by placing additional tax on
in his honor. do for oursehes than I.l egtabtr:hed. fnbilcs, lam .sfiunlturc individual
we can :no more oft'dUnus that are nearly pulpwood > would
Our support is based on his qualifications. tn elect Broward Williams to that of I si/.e. and wl'.l! be ready ,| and accpssoiles mAY their tree crops? Here is the list See how that candidate's tax on tree crops

A comparison of then! riti.ilifkations fice. I tot thlrtnint out in about six j jyears. .i.e selected which wi'.l! contiihiito t- hit county and its overall economy. .
the Itfea.
with his opposition i is )lifco., Facts; speak) for therT1l+'e4. ":-l1tU.': Incidentally the olft'Wtree \ The to llj'it.-hrnrted" fancy your

comparing II motor-driven chain saw rally," you say, "It i is only logical to in this county: pine wits liee.dUcovCfed and- textures, of wallpaper\ design

with H push-aml-pull h:1I1saw: \ As give! the State Treasurer's: job toBroward It's! eae recently wa estimated a at 5.000 todAY give the pleasure wlth- COUNTY TREE FARMERS COUNTY TREE FARMERS

State Treasurer and Insurance Com- Williams, after all, he's wot I out-thc-coHt of llviivi in a 1303

mi>OoIiol1el'lI1iam! can cut throuurh adav' a lifetime of experience for thp ooh years ,I r.alblchall., u ,,"ooj.pant'led.1 AUchua 2233 Jefferson 1504Bradford

work while others" would still be But how about the man himself?" We attende 1 the trrap-UPImeettng _I hrl"k-pcr"! fi f rl.-dl'aned ] Baker 740 Lafayette Leon 1125
1I'Rp"r,1111'11 blmi'.Utr I 1155
tryfnif. to nVurc! out what fo do first.: Williams is a gentleman ; an active! of the Fair Assocli-ni: :, 1'OOln.V\ other\ snifaces: 1> an olrt81.t 1010 Levy 813
Calhoun
Broward i Williams, you sec, Is one :Methodist : a good husb.tnd, and! father hen last week and from rpnrhliijf a new peak oJ'' : 365 Liberty 475

(of those, all-too-rare Carf'el"men. For ;; and the kind of guy you enjoy be- icports. the recent RUCCBI fnhwas fromevery \ onoulhtandlnj I I'el rectlon, Now almost anv ] Columbia Clay 1735 Madison 2145

a quarter-century he has performed in
or supervised! every job within Flor But let's be completely} !selfish;' ; Impressed Us was that lns'eii I j i :rue: -d on pa r1l'r. Tlie.'o sue Franklin! 48 Putnam 810Gadsden

ida's Treasury Department. He knows 15reward Williams is a native of Grace of belirt complacent about the i'I I ta.<-r*. In addition to their les"- 2043 Suwannee 3108

Florida's business" inside and out. ville. He's one of the Williams' Family lust fair, the committee i ,: PIc"" st h
He knows what to do how to tlo Reunion Williamses.! He's part of our &tud:>tn:{ cHHcjlly! \ and mnkl"R i': over the wtt"hnbln ortulnnl\ of HiH bring aie co'Tlpetely sult- Hamilton 1333 Union 748 355
:
next year's ; 5470 Wakulla
when to do. He is on a 'firot area. And that's more than you can plans; to make better nbl" fm applt"atlon on I>nv Jackson
event even
name' ba-is" with every state level say for our newly reapportioned legis c"ol will sinfa'-c\ without the

public: official mighty important lature.It seuson I I' I fuss i'nd mugs of n mi lor in-
The! yard-mowInij hurt the
i he want to
in a system of government which op- seems: that we'd be mighty well \ tit hand anfiom; now untr' ], .'tpl'ntlcn"' Textures and flm- Why does this man want to attack small land owners: ? Why does

i erodes on cooperation and compromise. advised to make pure Flnri'Ia'oI'! : 2 trcst Sum will have this .ref J.\\ ulatlor "1fll1l'h vil.ho'ttr'mhnar \ i of County by more tax on tree crops? Can a man like this be your friend?
the! "corn your
'tr. economy
j The office of State; Treasurer! arid Man\ remains Broward Williams. lu- chore of tninst, to kerp th of County?
'( : and
i \ He !1ricle1"! I'h S.\VK: Tlt\T I.RTTll'EDon't Can he and the best interests economy your
'
dawn. I It'F.
protect
Insurance rr: mmi.< sinner< > is" thp most Let's give him a 100 !pr cent ,'olt!. m Pas changed the oil throw out tht>e deep you

complicated job In Florida's State Cab- We've got so much to lose! if we du not \ and mower cleaned the! vnrk ph't.!,' : I Ti' fn outride 1 1"ltn-'p, 1f'8"11
they
the Fv<-n If t'iev are willed
end with a rmr t'm'l
I f-ranki-d up and the seusonva tire I'It'1mliI'h\ E. Johns The Senator With 28 Years of Experience,
clAtter. Tf the outer, lea V"" ti'n't Charley ,
oft with a
for at least $3 a flat to make
Farmer's Diary any money. I "|rn.j ..-ii.ri ,nil{. cer"e" Effective Leadership and Inow How Will Protect you
!"'{) Senority ,
Interest about one them as a wilted lettnc-- ,
Read wan I
By Sam McGarvey I We Imagine: that same: of our faiclnntlnn hiid, thUv I Pin- tart Frenchrr, '.'1111 and Your County.
o\\ .
tne growers will Kite\ ma; I 'ek -the nighthawk whlfhU \'hllf' h"t ever brgken wtJ'e1 i iI

eriough to clear expenses "We acme money by the time the not a hawk at all, and who -h I ''r.d .uii'il'tP'l!' lettuc leaveo?
ate l selling six quarts ol ber- season Is over with, after the : tofU the Interesting; nickname i mike a family\ "Tin1?. Th'nlvI '
ries In a package" he said, fields have been thrown open I I i rf_.. "hullbatThe. article explained I I ..Hfort rndt"hes. nnd P'icumie'sor '
1rt and there are four times the to the public on a "plck-your- :, that the birj i. by no| T.lJI.I,1' add texture: er'or
incidental! expenses that there o-;\n" basis We base that en '' means B bat and tint Insten'l!: : rind vflilctv' In this', int"'ri. It I I" LET'S STAY WITH lr --l li
.. the flv-c-atcher vo"d t v1th a rookcl .q1l'd l!
v'ere when we sold 24 quartsof the fart that good plants < It h lonKs to 'It) !
berries In a crate. rropcrly taken care of. rroluced ,j fairilv The birds r oon down I.H | MI..lnl'| | lart with vinegar or
a hlrh yield and Cia'l: "iu'k. and many times we'vp'' lem"'1 rube on-l tansy with !
.
Pi Ices during: the BOH sen 'easy: production offsrt a posH :, to."e I \ :leave fluctuated between t >!e low average price per ;, them lust to watch then: ,i, hot You I ml'zht\ even try nr- Charley
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t nut li.lt of about Sl.CO per: %!b. iat. drop dcvn :anal 1 s-voin\ away \11 .ft. r""t >
Berryrowers; have I i :: DREvcING: ;
)
this { own to a low of J2.29 list! like. a streak of Uohtnlim. rooKKnf.M:
had too good a season '
'
, reek when, we visited the marLet. Now forms of the fields have I II I: In rnxp von t'on't ht'R aravrrlt" 'J.. "
real according to Oscar Car- In The Florida Senate .7
i cooVeH larl dr"I.ln"fh..p. Him
I Lloyd OrUfls. one of the: Oren: thrown open to the pu'Ji Keep
,
week that Is .
ter. who !said lost The bird by the way a
: > from TT !s D"" r">"I.l -
rt e
veteran growers In this area, )lic! and from what we were \ -
.
he: had not yet taken in : fir t co-istn to the
told us that he'd have to sill !told last week, the results WhIP'POfr-1 l mffit of Avrlrultnre 1 Ih"t'< I
I will, and both are mole! but iroorj. Perve! It hot
I many p..,.,.')ns. but seldom I or rovpr and refrigerate unto VOTE FOR t

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I I seem at, close hand We've : M..pH3: : t< he! -noons flour.,, 1 I
rTtilnlv hears the! whlp- tsblc'noon ufnr.. 1 t''snnoudprpH i
ESTABLISHED 1879 |Kx>r-will--one time we heard lrv mu-'ard. t fpa- E. JOHNS
(,11f! rqll out it-olilntlve' \ cry liMn jI..ll.. I ran m'lir tln-li of CHARLEY ,
1r .. L. MATTMIW COITOH AND PUBLIIMVTI 149 times in 5ucc' s-lon and "x-ernp I eta nl'TMlv bco'en! ,

lost a lot of sleep that night. I tghl.'nen .Hitter Or m"lr- DISTRICT FIVEOf
ft FLOII!!"'. OLOUT WEaKLY NCWCFAFCM PUBL.IIMIO' COMTINUOU : SENATOR,
artn". 1 3 cup. vinpRar or !en-
&.V UMDIA THE SAME MA.TM&"OPu Everyone Is tlJkln10'1Ilc'l\ ,
on inlrpMix 2nd Congressional DistrictBRADFORD
fo"v. end the most> common The
.i.i..nco, EACH TMU*.OAY AND KMTCHCO A. SCCONO CLASS: MATTIK. AT TN. I comment heard and one I : rtnInrpHlent* 'In inn
or a oub'i' N>ller. Gradually
POST' Orricc' AT STAMKK. FLA. UNDER ACT Or' MARCH e, t.T.. whl"h stops every! conversation stir; jn the milk.COl'lk 54 P.L' 44.. M r..r.ur.. Y..........
I 1"r know wN>',, :gong: to I
hnllln't wntpr.
IN THE TRACK AREA ONH TEAR!: 13..V) . src MONTHS linn I **1n." And, when 1 axkho. over
yon 01'1'1'1"' r n-LnnIli'' nntII. "oh t:Ywo. ..
f'\f'T Try:: TR.p, : Apses' nrr" T7rAR y4 nn prY arcs+TTgJe t 7q h.. .."' ....to.. ,. I. "'h.. I':' .
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:r.AGE. EIGDI' RU.Un.'fRU ('()I1NT\' TF.UmCU'II.tun: :. I'TOItlDA' ) URSDAY. APRIL 21. ly.r !
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'Junior Club

.'.. I
To Sell '
SuppersAt -
SAVE DON'T MISS OUR, I
Demo RallyThe .,:
.
Starke Junior! d .'
Cub] will nerve box .u'P ; t
91.23 each at the : i
County political rally SPEe3a Lr 'it00
jvlght, Apr 29, at the
tedium. 11 Y v.
Suppers wtU b*! on

start.1ng'at peches start 6 p.at m..,::30,
awts. coffee, and Cokes : Old Fashioned
bn sale all during: the
..*.... .- fsh 1

A Clamlfled Ad In the

GRAPH brlnn remit !. .{G9.. fan Good.1t! !5!>"IoEiitf! ..' ..

!N O T I C H' i \ : .<.-t.\.. .\.' "'- ;:lu !.zt ": .II'';:.;';''-, ,' <<" j''ft' < 10-oz. CRACK IN' GOOD :
Acts. At provided of 1941/ |. by Nntlre.Phnpuir|I.! : '
.
Given that, tangible. l Cheese Snacks 19
property taxes anRee.rd t !
yar and of hRlnnln 1965 nr" now < TIN--r LB. TIN
April ht |i
rates. are ctrmvlna- : 1-LB. PKG. CRACKIN' GOOD TREET
In proportionate* thin. not''.1'0"1.... t'nl.of '."" t r + Folg&r's' ''f "
amount Rat nppiiiiit, ,. ofth| Crackers 35 ; .
below are
psld before ( 1 'nac
.,
day of May. inns "''' '
be lamml' 1 t hereon Grinds All Grinds .
+levy upon' the Rrlrtire.. ( 5-LB. SOUTHERN BISCUIT SELF-RISING OR
,. r lal
tititfflblr "perpnsiAl "" $ 'i

the pcTmltloi.The taxpayers name and,.,f ad.tltI""al fpr tlelin. !tmjtalil/ >|.i.>" | 11ft Plain Flour 39-' ,
,otml proper' !? t"X'I1I1o"! "- i
the amount rf taxes, I ni ftSi .
the coat of advertising "' C 0 F FEE t
'fallows fret month.: penalty.. f REGUAR 451 16-oz. LIBBY CORNED
Brotvurd AkrldR.
Jamea 1'':. Akj-ldire" 1
Norman Iff Allen Beef Hash 39
'
Ayer Saw Co.
Azalea Re... :' o
C.Earlle B. Harbour E. Halley .&;. REGULAR 3/25

Carl H.Charle!T.B.Bennett L.Beck Rnrnei. : i I r .
4 3-1 9*
TYIlllam Ted D. Bla-ham W. Biri t Cracker Jacks
Blue
Wrht : :
Ormond Bradford Bonlfny linrber,. Shop f I': REGULAR 29te H-GALLON WHITE' ARROW (GLASS)


.. Ollle Oeorsre Arthur M.: C.!.Drowton Tfrnrtley Ilt-onky' .. ... ....... Bleach 191.
Emory I. Brown ----- a-------------n a..f.a. a ea---- ---- -- --- t j
Herbert Drown .

Rudolph Milton. Brownlee II Dryan I ALL FLAVORS JUMBO SIZEGALA DIXIE DARLING PLAIN' OR SEEDLESS
Cannon nauty i Hhop
.w. :Mtlton Edward: 1>..M.Carter CVrnlRaymond. CHIEK, I i&S2.CTR /
M rhl.vnkRandall '
1;;. Chltly 2/35/ ,
City Flub 8tIUI: :MUt..Clte .
I | .)Srrvlow l. CI.....HI...Hi. I onCTyde ;! ,, I P4a '1-LB. SOLIDS YELLOW
Jlnimle,, I. CulojRnOAd R INK S J 0 W E L S !

.' HaPOldlOelllss Coleman'Calotital Florlnt,. I ,:! I 1a !;:J Oleo 2 lB'. 2 91.
Edwin I IT. Conway i
A'' Bill to: *toate.i0ILr ? | ;: o e .

'.. 'I.arharW. Dlrkun" I I $
("harlee ,L Dlhk.lna K ,- .- ,.,-
:(>oyl.; '.. Form I'IlIppl' 5 :::TJ" _. '
Raonie'a 3lnuue. ot n..I". \ 12-oz.
Faeoo t&enny Forsyth(3arMR., Jr, : !,\ I #303 CANS ASTOR
ktr..11 0,10' CANS ,
Sumpter F.. Opl"or" .
Of'm Jewelry ; T LIMIT 15 e. i FRUITPLEASE
'O.nrRe" QotAherg' Jr. ''WI r

,. 'UII..t Anoll Dobby W.Grift O. GrlrflR Green! Fla.'A 1: ,- w _. -. -'- .- ... .. ....,.......,... .... J
: .
'QuIt lulf Luther.r"lrp 9Rrvlc.O.lftl.' tl1tlnn Hallo" : :: .. ., .......:r'r'.J.:: :.J...::.:... _._ .. ,; 2.I COCK T AIL 4/1/ "

WtlHllirn H. ) .
fall Jr. ri .
Howard If''tnlJllln REG. 29# 19DIXIE DARLING Yellow, White, "Devil Food

Dan L. If Hank."n Harper !' L E S Cake Mix 41/$i.
W.CI'de M. n..r..ry Harris I tW25oz. #21/2 CANS THRIFTY MAID

Jnrn.Hul"'k" lfouRton('h..rolp, Co : THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR HALVES

U Ma.b..1'rma'"ran'I.Edward!: nIII"I...Jonkins.R.. J..klnR Jark..Shop."I"rl.t... LB. Apple ys Sauce 3/"l./: 1


l.u" Altam..a.1.Carl)L lark. J.J. I.Kilo Kite.Lnne John.. Johnenn. I:::I ,I I ICharlle I, Fruit MAID, GRAPE, ORANGE Drinks, PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 4/1./ fi t-tP t E. A ( H E S 4/$1/

B. Lee : :
.. ,
., James Z.! LPe La l REGULAR 237(( *303 THRIFTY MAID BLUE _____ __ _
?- as aaaa.eaa..a a aa a. a.a.a.a.a aa


A J.,0,1.RIelt Itutu.1'anM1'C'rnry:JJI'PdyIcL..d; J.,O.M.'Cuy LPho.ky:\lr\IIIIIAn R.: :L."nA..d. ; I,. c REGULAR reen 3/89e *2Vj :!eans. VAN CAMP C7 /t1. i: :; The -F; i-i; in ;the Box Cereal From

)1. 0 :\1\lIll1an: ..... .9
v "1>lIr".o.1." : y '
$Milton lIrhl..an 2tLnsher: Ranch :; Pork & Beans 4/SI./ T
'r
H.O. H.9. :Slott N.\\'romb :! I POST
I.oul.e K. Nrwmans ------------------------------------------------------------------
11
... Marvin'; N""I' : I r.-
Harold K. Norman '." : i X-ar-r44 :'' ex.TRA : 1EX..RA.'I '
lion. Norman : I I I I
1 :N. Norman, 'r ''I i GREEN STAMPS :: Jfil RE.EN STAMPS: : 1 dll,.GREEN.!' STAMPSTWKLVK Corn Flales

I'. North W. O"pn JI"Io.I", "t I.umh..r al C'n :! I l I .."..Z.OO... >fC"'NO OR MORE II" .., ONI DBKF 4O-OX aoUTH JAM LICK f-LII CAN 1 '
'J.# a
f. "' ''.. D. ParrlRh I I"me. I f Beauty Aids : Peanut Butter I 1di Dog Food !
,
Iar..re... W.W.('Patrav Pntruy. PAtton.1.Jr. :\t.r I,I II"m. l .. ...fLU....AI..,>.'1.u .'-3: 1:. A 0000.. .THRU..W'N.' APRIL'...., 23 iIISII :.1 "'t"\ OOO>r .THRU?.w..,.APRIL.er. ", 23 La O 13! b AND 8.0:11. %.
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A. T. 1'3ul' : a BOX
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fuKt"n.V.: l'rrkina !

Plllllip.WIlliam rn..t Phillips'B8'E. Rarvlra Phlmm.'r! Rtal\Inn. I GttJN.: STAMPi:: :: t lEx.-rRA..1 ( .GREEN.. STAMPS I I I EXTRA.d'N,.GREEN. _STAMPS S traw b.

T. W. Pott. I I I i.e.ter .10 JAW LICEe. I ON* 18 INCH MOLLPRIL fI' ONI 14 OZ CAN '
.1 Cmcar. P.ldA'.n Pr..va' ;"l 1 ,1 i nAweriVRYPrcsorve* :; ; "LCO"FOil ALUNINUM' 131 1 Spray PLKDdR Wax> J
.. .
tarry Raby .. .'lion.. _.APRIL.. "1.77 3. aooo...T""U. 23 Lea OOO.THRU,..APRIL. 23.1..1. 1 __ _.__ ....
1. P. Rafuae .W'N.' ".M.t rr "w .n? .
K. J. RaulermnKayonler. Incvi" ______________:,;;____________._______________ _____________________a l ..;..;...::"''- ..... .',...,*FwLiN47iw4R.\ dew'; ___ .._ __.... A17 iR Ni.r.L. .P.+.erw.rY.. 13 :i 0



a."."., Marvin Haymond))It.Redl-MIII r.rR.D.E.) :N.Reddlah Robert Rnnler B.Mtir.: Corp.I*...RniilerAAs Rowelltiocurlty Invent, Corp. I :! MAT (-H. the PRIZE and win HERE


Sinclair' w e Arnold Rudolph Q.Sink Smith : : IS GIVING AWAY A HERD OF MUSTANGS, A FLEET .

*', southern X.Paul:M.f.Pmlth smith Oil Phemlonl. :! : BOATS, A BUCKET FULL OF DIAMONDS & WATCHES are Just

Co, j j'O.
Southern Advertlalnn Outdoor RCA TELEVISIONS TO OUTFIT A SMALL MOTEL Loci wJ .nU

'in R-By' Truck Stop B. T. Thorn THOUSANDS OF OTHER WONDERFUL PRIZES MRS. CHAXLES: E. REESE
Standard Trurk Stop :; w MRS. MAKTU.i .UUNTt
.. "Btark L"ne. Inc. some 0 AGNES THOMAS
4'" Eva Johnnie Sullivan Ptewnrt : H, Rlt'S! HOW TO PLAY I MRS. OLCT, WHITE. 6R.
,u t>. B. Tho.maa .0881); gH AL1.ER

.-.*.. ,Merman Elmer Johnnl Thomas.H.R Thnmpaonj Tliion.. 1 your FREE '"Match the PRIZE" envelopes at the end of the check lane or at ESTEm MIRIAM. :f rln lls..

unity Ann.tt Ca" U'''. Tucker manager's,' office. In each sealed envelope is a half of a picture of a valuable th e RUTH. o.,9KANAABEJIMBS. j.MKS. .

fheron{' ten. 9. WadR n WhltMtn. S>.. your half pictures. When. you collect both halves of any of the pictures of I, B. nEJ.EI&
. A. B' Whltehwiul I:; JOHN TATLOB
>M <|erald T. Wlllia,n. you will win that prize ETA GEIGER
4ructn.* n. Wllllnm' '
,,.'*.> J William. Wo E! dburn Wll-on. of/our company and their immediate families are not eligible. WINNERS
ye11oHowl : is Adults
A; L. Younirblood : / necessary. only please.
3. R. Kelly
Tan CollectorBradford County




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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 23RD -,- t- ....,. ..- .,.. ;J 11Lj
I IEdwin
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'+ j. 1MgnttW, To.Go-... FW' Good"Ikut/nTo-! Ed
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U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF CHUCK
: FLA. or GA. DR. & DR. (BAGGED)


Roast Lb. 591 [ Grade W FreshU. PeckIn

a Race For
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U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF CHUCK '1tti
State Senate


Steak. Lb. 691. ., i- labeling himself as the
State Senate Candidate! la
District 25 who "btands for

U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF PLATE WHOLE FRYERS LB. old-fashioned democracy," Ed
Peck Gainesville businessman,
landowner/ and cattleman list-
ed that he considers the lojr
Slew Lb. 2 91 t. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF SHORT main problems facing the

state. and particularly thesprawling
.
: 24-county senate

.. I Ribs 491. district.
12-oz. PKG. TARNOW 5-o PKG. COPELAND COOKED Lb.
1. NeeJ for quality and

Franks 49; Sli. Ham 59. ,> quantity levels. education at all

; U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF BONELESS STEW 2. Increased demand for
I-LB. BAG SUNNYLAND 8-oz, pkg. OSCAR MAYER Brounschwalger" or Sandwich foVe>rnmental services due to

Sausage 59 Spread 39. ': Meat 89 state.tremendous growth of the

Lb. 3. A realistic look at the tax
structure to make sure property .
U. S. CHOICE VEALSIRLOIN
owners are not paying an
W-D BRAND GROUND undue share.
-
CHOPS LB' 1.19 4. Subdbtrlcttng the 24-
i $ 49 county senate district.
L b.
U. S. CHOICE VEAL ". Beef 3 | Born in Georgia and a resident
of North Florida for 20
RIB CHOPS 1.19 Pkg. year- the 47-year-old Peck
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said that sound ands sensible
. .
U. S. CHOICE BONELESS PORK FINE FOR BAR-B-QUE leadership In state government
104-oz. PALMETTO FARMS CRACKIN' GOOD CANNED b needed! to block the ever-in
POTATO SALAD 39 CANNED creasing: threat of "federal
< BISCUITS 3/290 ll m."
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REGULAR 59t< SWIFT'S 8-oz. KRAFT MILD OR MEDIUM Roast Lb. 69 At present Peck Is serving
I
BREAKFAST STRIPS 490 CHEESE STICK 390 .' a< district governor of Rotary
B-oi.! PALMETTO FARMS FRESH Clubs] in all 24 counties he
W-D BRAND U 1 CHOICE POTRoast hopes to represent In Tallahas
i EGG SALAD . 390 PERCH FILLETS u. 390 see. Until recently he servedas
chairman of the education
I committee for the Gainesville

; ( / :: : : a* Lb. 69; Chamber of Commerce and
-------N e baa offered free 100 acre of
L land M a proposed site for the
FRESH, YOUNG TENDER W-D BRAND U S. CHOICEr RIB|| AlachuaBradford County
Junior College
Pl'ik1\ a WorB War H V.t-
F .. Bran and a director of the)
Pole Roast 93
Beansr Lb. Alach/ua County Farm Bureau.He .
/ 1 b Baptl't and a memberof
the Elks, Moose, and AmerIcan -
_- l.a ; !A>.t/on./ lr arH l hit wife

#hlo .............. ... the former Hilda WUIhun Of
t-: "II. t ,:: JI r. -...:....;; -- ."l: ZJia: _:i:_v. P"iIIIi ""1"""':' ';:' ::'- I .racJ, n County.- .have.-' ''two. ,

_.'" 2 LaS. 3 9 JLt d"chietren;r,. -

8-... PKG. ASTOR INSTANT MORTON GERMAN CHOCOLATE One Pkg. of Book Mentions;:


FRESH 'Taters 3/89/ ; Cake 59x ESKIMO TWIN Early Dentists;

JUICY LEMONS J 9 POPS In Starke
; 6-ox. CAN ORANGE NIP. ORANGE YELLOW SOLIDS FREE

.: GEORGIA RED U. S. Drink Oleo 2 29 Vhen You Buy On. .. "75 Years of Dcntotry": by
NO.1. 10/1./ LBS' ; Helen S. HaInes and Robert

SWT." POTATOES 5 L8S.49lB. EskimoSupreme Thobuin. ha* recently bean
. PKG. PAN-RED! BREADED QUARTERS ALLSWEET acquired by the Starke Public
Libra! : ly. The books Is based on
: ) ORE-'IDA ((1.LB. PKGS)) 1" Oleo 4 -1. material collected by Thoburn.the .
Shrimp ;
H P 6-PAK. Florida Dental Soclety's
FRY POTATOES historian and tells the storyof
5/1./
r: MORTON FRUIT, OR CREAM"P"R 59' organization for the past 75
R Pies 3/1./ Turnovers 49 )eiLl's.
I The book will be of particular


\ Have a Salad Tonight it's easy! : Intel est to residents of
Starke and Bradford County
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is two of its charter memberswere
FRESH CRISP .
GARDEN FRESH

Cucumbers Escarole 9 ; I I EXTRA dX! GREEN. .STAMPS :: rI jI I I EXTRA d'!. GREEN!' STAMPS :: I EX.--R c! .GREEN.. _STAMPS ;1 The well family known of in Dr.this James area.
5/39x/ ; 1 J V Chace, founder of the organization -
.. 1 1h
i- j / Lt CAHNBO : '..., oNe a LB TUNKCV iwrrr'aWH.Tt : II' CINNAMON INI' PKO PULL.A DM" KL'.PAHT I lived In Starke and
;
FRESH GREEN SPRING GARDEN FRESHOnions i to A. Ham i to, ,. Roast i Coffee Cake Dr. J. O. Haynes started Wa
a ::'::" .001..>.THItU.. ..APRIL' 29".. I I:::' .000. .THRU.. ...AFNIL....', "e2 29 I r: .000.. ,TMHU.. ..APRIL.' 23"'e.j s ractlce In Starke in 1883 and

L BUNCH 9Endives 9 r I ;. ...............w....ems.......;/ .............r...w.......:..:, ...............:.0.meta.......I 1 continued 1943.: und his death In
(
j a i i 1t Both Dr. Chace and Dr.
t LARGE JUMBO STALKS FOR YOUR SALAD BOWL ,1! I I EXTRA d! GREEN. STAMPS 1 I I !! I I PS I Haynes served as president! of

ONt a'", L.PIC" I Ex.-rRA.J 1 tlEX.--R 1 :. /. 1 the organization. and Pr.
Celery I 2/29/ Romain 9" 'j ; w.O eau 1 / 1 Haynes served- as trea.surerflom
S SteaksBOD I i i 1886 to 1889. Dr.Hayne
,(J .. ; sw .BOD. THnu..en?'L H fat I : :::. : /; ::::: : ISI a 1 son. Othma, L, Haynes, graduated -

-r-. u'n' -- "> r..-... ;;....::....( .,, :fJil"11Ir"l"m.l'r.U''C' ;...<'<:"- !'- -.11..01. ...............................-.-.-................... ......................-...-; 1913 and from started dental practicing school In In

Stark*,.-eventually taking. over

1966 MustangsMRS. 3.1 carat Diamond RingsMRS. Waltham Watches his Dr.' father's O. L. Haynes practice.Jr.. now

JUNI TOLIS MRS. R. M. MARSHALL JESSIE STEWART practicing in Stark, was in
B. T. SHAW
WILLIAM G. CARTE
C. D. RENTZ .
Jacksonville, Florida Sanford, Florida Ti u.vIU! Florida. Tollahoixe, Florida' Daytona Beach, Florida dental school at the time of
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MRS. MARTHA DEAL MRS. J. K. GERMAIN JAMES COWART MRS. RAYMOND HICMTCAVtRMoultrio MRS. ROBERT W. SOWERlJackionvillo his father's death In 194S. He
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Orlando, FloridaIVA GoorglaMISS FloridaMRS. darted lila practice here in
MRS. BARBARA C. KENNEDY Perry, Florida Jacksonville, Florida .
JOHN G. RICI
CARTEl DALE P. ROSENSTEIN 1948. leaving only a three-year
FLORIDA MARY SPONENBURGH MRS. E. H. MYERS, JR. .
TALLAHASSEE Orlando, Florida Sanford, Florida Orlando, FloridaNIELS Savannah Georgia Orlando.' FloridaARTHUR j period: since 1882 that'a member
MRS. JOHN BEACH HARRY PERCHAN MARY CRISCO L. LAHRRockkdg MRS. LEONA D. BAUMANN TOLISTitutvilla of the family was notpracUc.lOIr
., Florid Orlando, FloridaMRS. FloridaMRS. dentistry In Starke.
WAYCROSS, GEORGIA Daytona Beach, Fla. Merrit Island, Florida
C. H. KRIStr EVELYN WHITEHEAD MRS. ROBERTA A. ROBERTS The book Is filled with: Interesting -
PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS TallahaiM. Florida.. Jaekionvillo, Florida. Sanford', Florida. experiences\ of the
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA RCA Televisions S. .. JOHNSON JOHN HALL GRACE MAXWELL pioneer dentists in Florida: as
I Melbourne, Florid. ,
Etntd, Florida Ormond Beach Florida they travelled through the
JANE WICKER RALPH d. WRIGHT B. J. McBRIDE MARIE 8LACKMOM MRS. GRACE CARLISLE MRS. C. G. QUIMBY countryside practicing their
j Evinrude Boats Palm Bay Florida. Jackionvilla. Florida. Tovorel, Florida. Cocoa, Florida. Daylong, Florid. Eau Galli., Florida profession. Each dentist in
ROBERT C. GRIER MRS. O. H. HARRIS MICHAEL J. SOLEY A. G. GATHRIGHT BERNARD CARL SHUPP ROY L. WALKER those early days, made den-
I A. PALMER J.cklO."iIFloi./ ... Jacksonville, Florida' Jacksonville, Florida. JocliMnvllU, Florida Sanford' Florida Orange City, Florida. tures of vulcanite In a keros
JOYCE
CHESTER SEARS MRS. BITTY COLLINS CAROL STANFORD ene vulcanlzer. and polished
ETHEL L. STAMETS NELL M. WILLIAMS LOUISE SWORDS
I ORLANDO, FLORIDA Oranga City, Florida Sanford' Florida' Gainesville, Florida.. Winter Park, Florida Daytona Beoch, Florida' Jacksonville, Florid. them, with a contraotlon add-
.. MARGARET LIVINGSTON MRS. B. A. SPRADLING GARETH O. MATLICK ed to his foot en*Ir.e. Dr
! DONALD R. MOYE MRS. E. H. PAPPY MISS D. GAUDRY M. H. E. WILLIAMS
I Daytona Beach, Fla. Jacksonville, Florida. Orlando, Florida Inrcrloch.n, Florid.. Jockion.,11.. FloridaMARLENE Orlando. Florida Haynes still has his grand
MELBOURNE, FLORIDA RICCHUITO' MRS. DOUGLAS BARNA father's! old foot
MRS. ERIC JOHNSON engine.
MRS. JOSEPH C. ARBORIO MR. W. O. 'D RYAN
MRS. JERRY D. MATHEWS Eustif, Florida' Deland. Florida Daytona Bach, Florida Tituvill, Florida. Indian River City, Florida
MRS. JULIA A. EASTERLING MRS. ZOEY M. TYRE MRS. EDWARD B. EMORY II
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA WILLIAM ALBERT DWARS MRS. DAISY B JOHNSON
Holly Hill, Florida.. Quincy Florida. Claxton. Georgia' Jeiup, Georgia. Daytona Beach Florida THE RIGHT POINT for the
BARBARA ANN JACKSON JOSEPHINE KNOWLES MRS. MILDRED S. JONES WALTER GUINN MARY EVELYN SHUMAN way you write. dome: la ao4
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Green Cove Springs; Florida Jacksonville, Florida.. New Soiyrna. Bee h, Florida. J.Ckloll"iIFlo'd./ .. elect your favorite ESTER-
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AOK!: Tin BRAUFOHt" rOtTNTT TELFORAPW. STARICB. FLORIDA TTIt1LUAV.


i April 12. 1D66 I verne have always bpen desegregated me white I The unfairness of Alnlvetne's future indeed looks. Old Paths" Dinner on the I "I'UA! BAPtISTSunday KIV(..VMY: LAKE; BAPUST, NORTIISIDE BAPTIST
.
I Don i Mi Matthews. : i and no child was ever this ruling was ought to the fill "black1' unless the Com grounds, 12 noon. Training School 11:4:1: : a m Sunday School. 0:45 a. m Located on BuylPss lJI"Ih

1ui. We were mixst Impie.sscrtIn t'onled admission! to a school attention of the Supreme missioner's ruling Is reversed' ) Union. 6:15. Florida Correction Mottling WoiNhlp. I II 1 :i, In. Morning Woislilp 11 a. m way ISR :223Jat? RalfoidI Ron

-i I re. with the cell tOI'I,1 car- because of his race. It WWI not Ccniit. which a.i might be expected Sincerely Choir conopit of Hatred I Evening Won"hlp. 7:30: p, m. TI' .lnln" Union. b:15: p BI I Sit 161.I Services: bund.i

I loon you iccrntly published even done because one school refused; to revIew the/ Frank Dryden, Jr. music 7:30: Public Invited.l Piayer Meeting Weclne>;
rntilled 'Foiccd Inteftratlon was Inferior to anothci The cafe Monday Youth Week 7:10:: P. m.--Rev. Luther: McGee :- Piayei Service. Wedrifsav Morning Worship 11 a, nTrailling

Just As Bad As Forced Segregation Commissioner readily admits I I bring all this to your attention Services Tuesday Choir rehearsal 7 p.m. paslor.BROOKER. ,;;' 7:30.: Choir Piactlce 810: Union. G:30 p w'

43 Ward Street << by H T Ckodwln that the quality of education I In order to alert you. Tuesday-Junior Choir prac p m.Rev.. Jim Rlgdon supply Evening Service 7:30.: MidWeek

Floral Park. N Y 11001 How true that 1s1) In the schools with piedommurtly -, and through you the residents For. Mrs. PrescottIn lice Sunbeams. and Intermediate BAPTIST I pastor.ItLii'IILAN. Prayer Service, Wedn'"-,

I Here on Long! Island there Negro enrollment. was i of Bradford County to what GA. 3:30: p.m. Junior Sunday School 10 a. m '' day. '7:30: -Rev, Glenn Lat

I I, community tnllcd Malvcine. !- eriual to those which were can happen when people' be.cAme Dedan ChurchMrs GA. 4:30.Wcrlne.v: Morning Worship 11 a. m ) n.tr-i'isr hen pastor

CONTINUE I whose residents< aic mainly white. The sole icason: lax nnd/ allow their deslrr 76. Youth I led' Ttalninu Union. 6:30: p. m'I Sunday Schnol 10 11, niMrirnlns -
Do ill la PtcKiott
'
: Meetln7 Adult Evening Woi''hlp. 1:30.: Pray-
pipf-enllv' cnxased 11bltlel' riven to Malvrinc, parents by to have Prayer p.m.
I : $! more and more Brndford Wor-hlp; Ha 1 "'
lifelong resident of ei Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: :
rchonraul, 8 ARE TERMITES
battle with the New Yoik the Commissioner was simply :help from the state and federal Choir pin
Union 6:30: p iri
County dlrd Sunday In a UA OA and Sunbeam Training
AHaoclatlonat evny
JERRY W.CARTER I I Thursdiy New River! -
I Commissioner of Idueatlon thai thrlr children had to at- !
Slate governments to do the jol Evening; Woikhip 7:30.: Pi'ayor DESTROYING
Starke hospital alter a l1nerIng : WMU meeting.: 10 other Thursday afternoon -
The In ttn.j, the distant schools In ordti 'for them
Commissioner.
Before
they
BM Illness flora In Biookcr ., followllL'by covered dish I i RPV James Temple. pastor: Mcetitu. ; 'Weclnesduj 7:301: j
a m HOME
; oic'nr' to collect what he terms to achieve a 'iacini balance aware of it, control of their m.f. R E. Bciastroni.! YOUR ?
!, on Sept 27 1889. her parent luncheon. Visitation 7pm. p
n 'racinl I imbalance' in the ." :schools Is taken out of the I were the late Franklin and -W. A Hogan pastor 1)1 1),\V BtPTIST [tBrooker] PHI tor.BF1TAII.
whool district, ha-- All this has occurred In hands FREEINSPECTION
Malverne the
of local school Lizzie T111U\ Fowler. She .pent Sunday School 10 a. m.
ruled that white children must .spite of the fact that I the ic- board .
; and another "Mal-! most of her life In the Brookr PINE LEVEL'fIST' Moinlng: Worship. 11 a m ft*IiIS1' '
be taken out of their nearby cent. Civil Rights: Act forbIds verne" situation' exists of TraIning Union 7 p. m. Evenlnn -
member
and 10
area was a Sunday School. a. m. School 10 H m
nclKhborhood: school and sent lgnment of pupils td a In Malvcine the ultimate Service 8 p m Rev. Sunday :
fh Dedan Church 11 ,
I Baptist Morning Worship n rnPreServires 11 ml
.eveial miles across town to school because or race l when jesuit of the Commissioner: Lacy Conway. pastor. ; MorningVot'ship.. a. Thtc I IsCe5
Surviving are one daughter. IBooster( Band. 6:30 111,1|
atfnd Negro called segiegatlonJ J. but action, If Training Union. : p.
a piedomlnautly ap- unrever&ed will bi
Inut of Jacksonville and I
Mrs Bazar Young People Prayer '
ChURCh or GOD Wctship. 730: M'1-|
liool Needless to both l.aicnllv this applies only that the Evening!
i t nay \ : white people. who r
: four Bonn Paul D. and Service] 6 p m. Evening 1
422 N. St. Clair Starke. Service. Wedii"--
A, P. and C O when the child Is black, beiause St. week Prayer i
N. C
local A. IJLU chased houses n'ai of 539 E. Call 961-3965$ :
,
"laude Prescott both Worship 7pm MllweeftSeivice. : .
.
n L.Daggart
R E groups are oxei joyed,I the majority of while I schools: so that their chlldier Clyde Prescott of I ICltarke I Wednesday 7:30 Sunday School 10 a. m.1 day 7:30: p. m.- Rev I.
: : p '.
This is not being done simply!( children of Malverne, L. I. ar.e!, w >uld have easy and safe ae- Tampa; and Orea Prescott of I m,-Rev. D L. Ramsey, pastor Worship Servlcet, 11 a, m and pastoi:
.. V I to eliminate:! a csiegateil condition bring forced to attend schools cess to them either have to 7:30: p. m. YPE Wedne dav, I
lutz two sisters. Mrs. E.
S.I I
.. On The Job! : ; all schools In Mai- far fiom home because they allow\; their young children tr Bailey of Plant City and Mrs 7:30: p, m Prayer Masting! :
Friday, 7:30 Rev, L, S That's Our Business
I i vulk IIItl'eat distance cross- marine Olnn of Weht Flor- CALVARY BAPTIST : p. m GLASS

_, AS YOUR PUBLIC Int seieral bad traffic Intersections i Ida. Also surviving' ore 19prandcrtildren Sunday School 10 a. m Wllllnms. pastor.

'Inc. < to reach their ne'Vly and 11 great Morning Worship, 11 a. m "fS'I'iO""T.1I0US"S'I: ": "If If* Class; -- We Have: It"

SER VICECOMA"SSIJNER EMPIRE CONCRETE assignor::!, school or move to UiarrdenlMren. Training Union 6:30: p m. 'I VISIT
Sunday School. ill( a, m CALL WRITE or
another toVl where. such a Funeral services hold Evening Service. 7:30.: Prayer ,
were Morning Woishlp. 11 a m GLASS NEED
LOCATED! IN STARKE INDUSTRIAL PARK V FOR ANY
.
!ttvmtion does not exist I Hb 2 p. m. Tuesday\ In the De- Meeting, Wednesday, 7.::JO p. Evangelistic Servii"' 7
/ i p
leave It to you to decide wfiicll' m. -ReR. H Butler. : m'l Modern Store Fronts
pastor
I have fought the battle for Slate Road 100-A dan Baptist Church near I Midweek Service Tuesday I We Design

_ all citizens regardless of alternative you would takeMMO Brooker with Rev- Lacy Con- I AIRPARK BAPTIST 730: p. m. -Jack Jlcsuita\ I Just Mail Us' A Pattern "'orSHEA'tGWS
raca religion. or creed In \ you one of those parents. way and Rev. Ressle Carltonofflcla.tlng !tor .
pa
saving the people of Florida : Intt''ment'as In Sunday School. 0:4: a. m.
over Quality Concrete ; Dedan Cemetery under direction Morning Wot'ship. 11 a, m. rinsr PRESBTERINSunday :

: I CAm OF TII\NKS of) DeWfft! C Jones Funeral Evening; Service. 7:30: p m. School 9.4S; a. m. CO.

$322,000,000.during Courteous Service Words are Inadequate to cxpiess l Home of Starke. 'Prayer Mcctlns:: Wedneesday, Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
our\ heartfelt thank for 7:30: m Training Union,
p. !! 13 (NOT INC.)
my terms In office. I Youth Fellowship, p. m
have the experience and Efficient Equipment the many kindnesses shown us Friday 7:30: p m.ReV''. E.1.. Choir Practice Thursday 7:30p. : *

your vote Is a vote for con. dmlner our lecrnt beieave- a Orlffls, pastor m. 1313 N.w4th! PI. fJainesville: Fla. Phone FR2-1.W.: !
tinned savings. Fast Delivery nient The kind: words and I.
VOTE TUES.. MAY 3rd for I,
the beautiful flonal' offerings
JERRY W. CARTER PHONE !nei-r) ) :);r)::i lContractor's will always be remembered. '
:
PUBLIC SERVICECOMMISSIONER !!
;tray the Lord bless each of An investment in Your FutureIffGifB

GROUP TWO Bids Appreciated : you The Family of No.ia I II

SAID( 'rot!*.toy CAMPION MID$ ro nUl.* IV)JURY I Brown Dyer II I To Churches List. Their Are Schedule Invitee" : I ii'r li: u) 11


r I, .- I I I,n This Coin IIIWAY' mnBXVLESS I I /l1 : l ) L, it.. U f' t. L* [Ll- f fm MMt k.BTC |M IMI to**



AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Ti BAPTIST, School(;llflUIISuiv'siy to a. m ,I

:: Morning Worship 11 a. m '

TrainIng Union. (
., 630: p. m. I' *
: Evening Worship. 7:3ff: Prayer *
,
_-: ---=- --- Meetlrer. Wediip!' clay, 7::30. -

: Rev B. T Penvy.\ pastor.IIHVAY .
Air rondilionincr-HcaUne I Beauty AcademyPOWELL'S L A DIES WEAR Office( Equipment: 4r FOR HIS FUTURE

.\\S1olFMtn.: oe c'lhn .
RUSS PIKER
C'H.M'KI: : .
Auth .nrM': Alrteinp Cherry'sOalnewvllle's Hancock Office ::" A 1 tirtlulay parti really thrifts Ute children, and

Hl'fltl11g A Air Con.lltloninjrSHKET Beauty AcademyLearn Mont. Fanhlorutblt! ) Weldon St. and H.ilford
METALSRasidentIsi Address For Ladle RQUlJMEN'.tBmlthCorona.Au.l1ortMdl Road Sunday School!, 10 a.m plrobsbl7 Ota climax comes wlien they' blow out the
,Profession In Your
Cnmmf'rf'lal Morning Worship 11 a. m
_IndiihtrialInMnllatlnn-. Spare Time. Pull or Part Time DRESSESSITUSCOATSMATERNITY Dealer Evening Service, 7:30: p, m'l candles! and make wish. His wish would

!;f\r\1ce\ Clj.\HSKS Clarr Vlr-tor ToUlUAddln.it Thursday Prayer pectins. 7:30:
'_ n.V & KVKN1NO WEAKACCESSORIES -
p.m. Youifg' People's! Meeting, probaWy for a bright shiny new toy, 1 but yon 83 ajarent
2702 N.E. Iftth Dr. Low Tuition Terms Machined. Calculator] ---
Sntiiuliy 7:30:: ( pmLeroy -
fjflinenville 37?-0714 SALES -SKRVTCERErTTALI would wish for him tha things that really count,
2I1)\!) N,W. 10th Ave.liduiesu 7 W University, (r"h"J\vlll... SAVE TIMK:-IUITOM. your r.* Lightscy pastor "L '

AUTO SAI.KSXSKUV1CK I ( ills :3"R"fi" qnlrrairnta with da flr t. such as good health: happiness,friends and along
!MADISON STUM: :
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'
.Barkley Motors, Inc. ,\10m) r.,, HMiS( : ; 528 tf Main St. OnlneirvU B\PTIST HOMECOMING .4J with thesa deeper and more serious things shouIJfc ,
CHAIN: SAWS Phone S7H-SWSI I All members friends. and I

TRIUMPH MUSTANGMobile !'3i met pastors are Invited to V : a prayer for him to have the right Interest

FIAT A. & J. Saw PAINT & CLASS attend Homecoming: at the I

.. VOLVO HIIXM4N A SUNBEAM & Mower Co. Homes, Inc. Madison Street Baptist Church I 1 V : .I ,"tnd relationship to God. You can help these things by

on Sunday May 1. Dinner will ,
We Specialize In Joe Anderson Mfrr.ITomelite New Moon .T* BALES 6E SKRVICB!: the mornIng ,
worship
I'aeto'T Trained Mechanic Chain Sawn' SkylineRiviera
Glass Co. tcivkcNKV I, L V.'s .
IM CLEAN USED CABS SALES & SPRVICB) Cnpella Ca.vn.lier C

201 N. MAIN Repairs & Paris All MaUes KTANIZE PAINTS : COM.; KKU: .\riONAl. ? ti\ f#dj -1 s'' + .,.
i Down payment a* low aa $100 GUM.. Mirror 8UdIn One MtaJloUIST: iii:\ 1"',\1. .i V. ; :. : : ....
Gainesville 372-4371 rarely Trwtor hale Tub Enclorarea Hhowt -
4820 N.W. 13th St,-441 North ? VV i *
it Service Door Windawa Awning Revival services will be held ti5,5 ) 3

JEEP Gainesville 378-1344 Carpet Wallpaper 8 tor- nt the New Congregational # .V ? I. V :. V VV VV.VV V y'.u4 -. .
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NK Blvd. alne.svLlle1"hone d' 1C .. V :
2022 front Methodist Church May 1 4 V : : V.V: 1S7 .
Connnltatlon.'
? 1i of 4 Wheel Drive t l' .
372-3588: through M.iy. 8. ttov 5'. A 'I A ; .

RAMBLERAmertoau Just Off Waldo Road .MotorcyclesScootersStreit's_ 116 NW SUceenth: atOAtNESVTLLE Stephens of Savannah. Ga. sl$4I2.4.c.A \ I' $
.
: !: 313l will biiriK the each V.5
) Flnent Economy Oa" message
,
.
Bicycle Shop I ,
Sal,. and Servloa CONCPETK PUODUCTS night (al 7:.10.i .

S Ridgway Motor Co. Cushnutn HONDA A MOTORCYCLES Top Soaotcn I'KT SERVICH: :_ i nisi ;MKrnonisT.SIAItKK : ;

INSIST THAT ALL YOUR : I I1s
1133< H MainOalneavttle CONCRETE PRODUCTS i DneaUBAZun4appMot'orcyclPa81.e!
IRENE'S Sunday -- Chinch Rchool,
& Servo
J72-8431 ARE THE BEST FRyI
I 8CHWINN BZCYCU8' : 0:45: 11. m Morning\ Worship 1
Poodle Salon
Edwards Building Locksmith: &:: Safe Wen 11am, Youth Choir piactlcc. _, -: .: ,, V p.h. ,
B & G Motors Co.VADILLACOLDSMOBJLE
4 i). m. Snack Supper' for IA. i.'h: .".iho,
.15 W. UntonUy AT*. room: GROOMINGOmomlnn );
Supply, Inc. (1.tn.evIIIi' .,c-"., A I'F.I.TV MYF. 6pm, MYF meetings. I 81 _i sJf i.e a, Iwey. MI. t3LV
:
A.LE8 & SERVICE b,30. EiPlllnS; WOI'shlp. 7:'TO: I.g
718(l R. Main' -:372OATNESVTUJ5. m Monday -CJtrl Scout( Troo,)I 1 ; ,:.:: '
Ptf.4! Sel<>cMvn$ of Used Cwors :\'!OTOR('\ C I.E4 mid Supplies! !' For meetings In Fellowship Hall!: ;. a_, ., i ItWe'i t5 !Al,::,
Taken On O C8d.II.! Trade P'LA All Ar..erls"oy I t
THECYCLE Stud.. Service fionp I BO1) at 3-n.: : : Troop 606

aOI1 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Puppl< Fr Halo at 4:30: ; Troop 807 at 5:30.: I
PHONE 376-751S I ELECTRIC MOTORS SHOP Tuesday Cub Scout Pack

H10) S. Main 70 meets In fellowship Hall I

Pinna Performance ELECTRIC NORTON BI7LTACO? OltlnfOMvl1l.. 372-OOni) 7:30 p. mWednCday -
II DUCATI :BR1I1CB3TONE
Motor Repair Co. PrImary and
SAAB I\In'rUROT p fc K 'HC'rnnplpto SIGNS Junior choir piactlce 3:13: :
SALES;! AND SFRMCKCL.KAN : Of Onrtni>*vtllt' ', Inc.RepairIng Prayer .
Meeting 7pm
Kervir A Part Thursday' "- Chancel! ChOU'rehea.rslli. These Religious Messages Arc Made. ] Possible By The Following Sponsor
USED!: CARS :; wimHjnj5: WILLIAMSNeon
New anil Uft..rt. New* Used machines In stock 7:30( p m.

1031 S. Main Oam" ,,svilliThonn Kasy: Ktnanpln/f/ Terms Signs, Inc. Saturday Apr 30- GaInesI. I Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat Market.
WORKS ntr\It\N'nE: Available vllle DIMrlct Retreat
378.211B: ":lln t'> With WIlli,,""," nt Camp Montgomery l-nymen's through( Exchange "UM'K' I in! ':'M.III! I is'.MAIN tL'It)( AM J) ('OLIl) STU\i( (; ;
.121$ N.W. 8th Ava.J.ilncavllle .
10:10: Main G-ilnesvlllo Sunday noon.IIEIIRIUNN. : CONCERN"I'rec ( : >; \\i S1eu-lutIe| ,, In (nstimi !si,tnshtrrhijf. -

Pontiac Phone 372-8318 ( 378.3860M0' PLASTICNEON SIGNS F..rll.-F..rlllh.rr-ir..I.: lch) >'er>- Phun..1.11"1)<. I Cutting. A \\rwppinn
Tropical .
Sale.s-.Servjce--faintennnce\ : IlM-TISr I'iMiltrv. F.qnl"Pnl| _ _ _ _ _ _ I'lppitrnl' I'IIP I II.IMI'. !.rt.i./*
Inc. : ERS trNI'O TIRE-n \TTFRIMIVtroloilm ': : IMIONK: 9fll-H 81
FARM EQITII'MENTSanta Krectionn Alteration. Sunday School 10 a. m Products, SLADE GAS

l > Distance, Moving "Tour Designs! or Our. Morning; Womhip. 11 a. In.
TRUCK OMC CPNTJR: : ng (! .
.r; < '
fi"-Iff "j'-r"
Training Union. 6:30: p. mFvenlmr .
PONTIAO Fe Tractor, Local! r)rnyaixt I 2720 NP!. 20th Way Service 7:10.:: Mtdwerk Bradford Abstract Co. and Appliance Center \. \\WV:
330 NW. 8th AVA a.lJ1eevUl Gilneivlllfl. !
'I2-2.\II Inc. r.. r <'kJni5-.. sitting Day 372.100fNihIl\ \ 37A .MM4 Pniver" : tsculrp 1< 7:30 p. I I5H W. CALL SFRKIIT I OK SFARKK.: I.: (".
m WptfiiPsdjyTioy' Johnson
V Shipping pastor I'h.r$4Si81 J) $ I' ::.: Slarkc, "'Ia.DeWITT C. JONES r.s. ::101: NDRIII(

CRANE roan TILES: & PAINT FUNEK: : I IMJMKSl ( : Ph. 'JI.axlIl)!) :{ (>1 Starke. I PI.*.

MNCOLN ERC1'RTAuthoilred Farm/ Tractor. ", Implements' ITiKK; fclSTLMATKS: CALLHILL'S SMYRNA MISSHnY EdiWards Grocery & rke -- I'h. !1 H; l-:!r,00Kc )

: t Silcn' : Servire. i.'ovd Industrial Machinery B\PTIST ciiimcii' < E. JohnsAgency
I >slone lleiirhls Charley
floe E. University Gainesville MOVING Tenney Tile & Paint
633 W. Pratt St Sunday Mkt. Ph.
LANDROVKR Wheel Drive I7.1-.1I7B: ()
Phone 372-4231 services! : Sunday School.: 10 a.
SALP.H.: PARTS SERV1CR: & Storage Inc. JOItNS-MANVTLLE: TILE
(Irnccrles !\fealKec U
Crane's Imports m. Preachirwc 11 n. m TralnInor <

Volvo (Mercedes-Bcru) 4433 N.W. Sixth Gainesville S.MO IS'.K. Waldo Rd. Vinyl Vinyl Asbaston-Anphalt: Union. 6:15: p m. Evening CIWI & Oil Hurst Shell ServiceCARL 131 S.f.KNfltXL\:\'smut: IVSIK\N n'i.
FIAT-HILLMAN O.iinejivillo 372-4271 Floor Finishing Products Worship, 7 p. m Everyone Ph. !961-2182) Starke, Fla. TII'RSTH Nobody But Nobody nders.-IH,

Phone 376-2548 Floor Machines -Gym Finish welcome Elder T C. WIl- I ",y. :.101 1 &: loft Ph. 061-6111 Charley K.: .Ii>hn< .\gfiiiy
2201 N. Main Gainesville :MUSIC lIani p4tor.HKST .
Phone 372.4:173: 2222 N.W. 6th St. i Loudon's Merle Norman
GARDEN SUPPLIES
Gainesville 37S.13O2 BAITISF CIIIKCH LACY ( OMAWalker: 's Shell)) Service

LIPHAM MUSICCo. ST.IRKF.Schedule Cosmetic Studio & IJe.iuty: : Shop American Ser"i'St'.
AUTO SALVAGE Johnson & Paris Inc. TRAVEL I 117 S. Thompson Th ""I-smn. Hercules Tires. -for Erv' :Need
Inc., of services, Youth If Your Hair Isn't Rrmmln\ To tion and Bus StationInrv AL>O-Eduarcl Mrkorv'f". Complete'

Paul's Auto SalvageWe Week. I Yon V'ou ShouM, Be Tn 1* \uto fiunirgrHwr. '
Complete Line of VAL LXFHAMPIAAOS House of Travel C'onihif fmmay FMInr "%' ,>r,"lrIhttnirllnn
Sunday" : Annual Homecom-I 100 Flint Ph. Mt-8tII
Buy, Wrecked Cars At IIEEDSPLANT8FERTlLIZtKS Ph. 0(5PARTS )(
INC. leg Day: Sunday School' 9:43:
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TOP PRICES OKO.S5IDRtISGultarll Starke 66" Service
: a.m MornIng Worship 11 a.1 I TORNADO SHOP

All Make A Mode'VNId' Inarctlcldra-Pel SuppiM and Amplifier ATRLINFfl'' t m. sermon Ask foif Tha SERVICE CO.
Part STRAM3IIIPI I mr.T. IIonipniO4l> Donu1_
EDWARDS Pi77as and
We Kent Fertilizer Spreader OF STARKH;
Teletype Ien1We WUI SHKET MUSIC R. R.l! Brake Service''_;;.W1Wt. >r mUrtre Home Cookf'dle..l":
Find Any Part For TN. 224 NW 8th Ava. hotels! Car Rentals! Wheel, Alignment 6.10 N. Temple Avenue 136 E. r\LL ST.

Oalne.YiUe 378-4211 PHONE 372-047 Galjientllle, Shopping Center :3415 W. University Ave. PlastIc Notebook 92.30 at tbrTFIFr.RPH I 617 N. Temple Ph. 964-8881 Ph. !9G 1-7721 Your: Patronage \ppr"'latf'd

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.New Prison : near Lake Butler has been delayed -I f'u'ed for completion by I the necessary! changes.An Charles Harvey, who la In revival Maxie Reddish end Mrs! Bobby '''I I but there U still need for! r
I ] several months. accrrdIru March: but Wainwright said October 1 opening date at Wellborn' this wick McClellan went to Jacksonville I mOl planning. Novak sal !I.

Reception Center I ;! to Loule L, Watnwrlght.dliector Inspection! revealed] dellclenclts I for the new faculty la. now Church of God(t: Sunday I and bought: Mr :\IcClcl.I These special! events are the

j I* Delayed of the Florida Divls.cn in Insulation on piping I I predicted, School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 am. lan's mother Mrs W. H, H..11. \eiy 'heart of the Fair. as they' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
I of Con fictions. He said the contractor, Wii- I The first phase consists, of and 7:30: p. In., YPE Wednesday :!- I bark for a visit with them keep people coming back day

Completion> ] of the new FlorIda The first phase of the $7E lain E. Arnold, has been glv- en administration building, 7:30: p m. Prayoi meet- Mi1. and Mrs.!! Maxi: Reddish after duv." Thamos said STARKE-PHONE: 96 1-2600
t
Prison reception cent-r million protect had been sohe> .'n 70 working days to make I cell ,blocks, dormitories eI lag Friday 7:30: 11 m.Hlllhhml I'IHVS compietod: their ne: The mldwuy rides and con- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3178
I commissary, warehouse garage Baptist\ Cliunh: home and moved In. The\r ces loits( were also discus ed
and recreation center. Sunday School:: 9:45: a, m. have been ]living:/: In HnifordMis nnd It was agreed that an ef-
'I The second phase costing!< Wo.-.hip:; 11am. and 7:30 p. Bc-rtie Sullivan o[ tort t should be made to line up Rental Services
I' Hn estimated $2 million wit'! m? Midweek services Wt>dnr- Jacksonville, aeekcr.d a different Ol'rlll1l.Iment next

Go 1st class. provide a hospital, shop and day 7:30: p. m. Choir: Practice visltTof, her .sister Mr. D. E. )ear, and possibly( lease out HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS;

i chapel.As S5atrr.l%v 7:3D) p mMis Redding!! some concessions to local or-
the new buildings will be Mae Wells wis In Mldlerurs ,(dnlzatlol1g, CRUTCHES

:, Constructed within the confines ; Sunday vliltln he: Fair Shows It Is planned to continue ,
Go Buick Special. of a double: fence, guirdcd 'i!.j..tpr.In.: Ruth Buthljw, "i'ic'nthlv meetings of the ani i -

,I :! by watch dogs, prison tabOo : :and .th'y attended the opening Good Profit relation ':urlnj: th; //,011,; InK TRAVEL AGENCY;
i will be utilized and a saving : of the new pout of fl-e thpie ,I find Bummer and resume For Full '
Information rod' RI'Rl'rVatll on S 3. 11an.H'lttlo
cost eflected.WalnwriRht. Mrs Burney Child::e'.s of! weekly meetings prier to the
Go Buick dealer. !! Bald a superintendent J.irlcsanvlll! spent Sunday I i Group ToldThe Fair next fall C-It t'I F.SfII.ISJ.S: smrs-HOTELS

see your of the new facility will with -Vn-. and Mrs Paul Wales recent Bradford County BILL AND LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN

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be named soon :
Tilr nnl Strawberry" Festl1:al I THE RKiHT POINT fur the
Jick Wilr.wiUht: of Wav-,, cleared! an estimated $3.000 "ny you write. C'ome In iu (The going's great! ) oa11A.a.1LaAA..AA.AAALAWTEY / I errs,, Gt i was\ a Sun'ltyls- i nrooidl-m to:: a !retort made pta 1 your favorite KSTKK-:! '

: ItO Wahl\Hlllht.! of M", and Mrs. T L. meeting of the Bradford BKOOK fuuutuhi. |lit'... TKI.Kj j (101 Limni: St .110-6371: Travel, Inc.
'I' \ Poiintv Fair Association last I on.t\PfI.
CpJ. Rivmind F. Wilker. I
)
Immediate dtlivtif on :
Thursday] nlcht: "
of your favorite model III'' Enaa: D""ncba and Mis:. WllkPiaon are spend- '!i T. C. Hazen. Jr treasurer ofI 'f
color and .nR hit leave with their iPhpnc-; I th. orp- nbntlon.: leported that i '
options/
Jh ........................A tlve parent: Mr end :Mrs I I"'S'( returns will bi- about JACKSONVILLE{ BUSINESSDiRECTORY
L"on WlHter"on: and :Mr and
KECHEVriON NEWS I $8000. when all collections
l'I I's. rkmell Prevatt Hi", \1\\IIJI'pr.ort
About I 10 of the girls, Rile!! to have bern made! vv'.tli! exren-
: Camp PenUrtton.
I
II to 16. played a seven inn- sea at around $3.000 I
I Calif. on May 1. ;; (
ANTIQUES IIBAKING AID
;1 Ing game of softball: Thursday Mis John Wlte! nnj children A J. ThDmas.:: J-: tjr"sl'e-nt PET SHOP

\\,lh a Si-ore\ of 16 to 10 I of New Smyrna Uslted their of the fair group, sakl he wasv A N T I Q U K S For Bent In Hearing See THE
pleased with the flimn-
This was preliminary to organizing '' -ry
a girls softball team uncle and aunt. Mr and :Mrs clot/ oiit'"me' and other aspects I Bought Sold Appraised! Kongo Pet Shop
R :F. J, Raulcr.'on. PiVav! : MrRaijJf of the fair. Furniture China Glass SONOTONEOK
fur summer recreation. Included Poodles/ _
] rson s alter, Mrs Ru'yCrews :\r..lt.fJlUIa.
Silver D1'IIKII--01I
in this number of We made a profit but ofperhnne Paintings
POODLE
and daugliier.! Opal: of GROOKITS'QSueaten.
:
1st class selection players are BrernJa Jones, Olen St.. Mary sp-nt Sunday even more Importance I One I'lere or it Ilmine Full JACKSONVILLE Collars, Tag,
was the fact that Rained
we
Shirley ChrlUlanssn: Kaye
with! them Pet Supplies
trade-in
,'f tat class ] ivldt-i attention! this year that "Th and Smallest
BI"wer.\ Bonnie Rosier Gayle I Ina Ward Antiques Strongest lrlf'l..h-ffJ'I11"ten'
.;) :: Mr and Mrs J D Clark ]
I PI rvatt. Kathy Scott Mary I I I our exhibits were! vastly 1mI Hearing Aid In the World- Dully A Sun.
and Shliley were vlsltlrw!! their 3572 &t J 0 h. 10-6 P.M
66 Buick Special-winner of its class In the and :Margaret Smith Joan I I 'proved, and that we had Roodctmntwvldp Cloned!
son-ln-lnw I Tuesday
and :
danehrer. Mr.
y r, II : Only Co. lieu ring Aid' Mini
; piiUrination.
(; I Jacksonville 387-1379 8939
:t Pure Oil Performance Trials plus the Popular I StarlinKriH'RCIf' ACTIVITIES: and .Mr Jnm"s Hall and P. J. Novak, acting fair man- full Collect 22 Neat Mimrne Merlon SectionJacksonville !' Rd NormandM
daughter in Jacksonville sun-
Grace Methodl'f: Sunday UKhowe, ? color slides of the W Jacksonville 781-2800
I Science Gold Cup for outstanding perfor School 9:45. Worship 11 a. m, day.The Clark ) I!I exhl'olts! : and constructive' p'I Itirl I- Auto Sales! & Service I 3,3-HG
ere vrrv liiip'iy
in the Trials I aid: 8pm., Player Circle that their !!'ii was recorder! by MIsqlr.rlha I
I mance I sou-ln-law an! :\ Sue McCain, association WESTSIDE PIANOSORGANSHOBBY :
9 111.IYF.: Wt'dnes-
Monday
: a.
daughter. !
Mr. and
Mrs. Jack I SHOP.

": Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick Special right now? day First 7pm.Ba-ptlst: Sunday School I I I Southerland who hire been secretary future for fails.One use.! in upgra.'Ing Volkswagen, Inc. Maon & Hamlin Pianos
In FIELDSHOBBY
resldlnar Jack'onvllle. have I AUTHORIZKD DEALER
(You never had it so easy I) I 10 a, m., Worship 11am. and I moved Heilbionn community of the Ideas discussed Hammond. Organs
8 p, m.. Training Union 7 p m. near them. was the need to place more Sales, I'urta SHOP, Inc.
IS- !' Midweek services I Wednesday I emphasis on the Strawberry Srr\Ire Body !Shop :Magnavox Organs
-See your Buick dealer during hit Pit-Busting Sale.. I 18 Mrs Victor While of Miami Festival phase: of the event.
p.m. A Complete Line of
spent Wednesday to Sunday I "We IM! bPtteithis) year."I Open Sam.. 8 p.m. Yon Get; .% Good Deal At-
J,. E. t
Rev Norman broughtthe !
a GREEN BUICK CO.
, last v-lth her brother-in-law und Thomas said!, "but we want to 5 p.m. Sat Cloned Sunday Boat & Airplane Builders! Sup-
messaae Sunday eVl'nInf -
sister Mr and Mrs Alb'r'I make farther this lino f LAM: I .,\'E. SOUTH '

132-134 N. Court Street, Starke, Fla. and morning) will, preach and evening next:Sunday In- Sapplnfleld Mrs Wilde Mrs., Snpplnl'lPldend : point" It was prepress agreed! on that Phone Juksonvllle 3843111Parrish piles--Sppclali/.inj in RaF.. 0. MILLER .:'4rol/-!':

-- the abf{'nre: of the pastor. Rev their accompaniedby more Rtrawbenles nnd more Motors dlo Conti'oUed1ooels: ,t. N..r r" ". s.
cousin Mrs FledCrews
strawberry products! should: \ 'be
I II' of Jnrk'onvllle Beach. on display during the Fair. and Equipment\ Jiu'ltionvllle:
I' I fished another: 6s.t'r! ts!
The special events generally: \LES Open Evenings till 9 P.M.:
Bobby White AniJr: WhiteIn
\.ere: a success, It was report- I SEIt11CE1'.IIfT4) Lpp

KEEP "Pete" GIBSON j! Airman Hazclhurst.1-c Oa William B 6U3.' <. So. EduewoodJa. 380-8082 SAWS

L. P. jI 1 i Pall) Patrick and Mrs Pat- 32 Years As A Dealer PEARSON'S

: rick announce the arrival of a I Always Good Used Cam

daughter Lou Shwrllann, In 921 Laura St. J'Mk"onIIJII Men'R & Boy's! Weal
1 II' Favettevllli, N. C, on Ap-11 11 I I Phone 356-5654 Saw & Knife
I The paternal mandJarentP "Quality (lotheH for Men ami"S

! arp Mr. and Mrs!', W !M Patrick I Automatic Transmission!! Itoyn Slni-0 191 tt" ERI V1CE
SENATOR and the maternal arin'l- I
SENATOR5th ALL TYPES OP SAWSTransmissions
STATE District I I parents are Mr and Mrs Burk rf i Automatic Van Hc.uaen Stetson HatJIiGregor

Sthnorenburs:!; of Dumas, Tex & Gold Cup Sox 5027 Broadway Ave.
V for on.l. I
I, Pi- Jacksonville EV 4.3181
' FOR THE James Norman, who: Is tnk- Motor Exchange Complete Formal Wear Rental

g Emory "Red" Cro.. big ]his tialnlni! Wth' the National : BIO D.tUDY WALT

Guard at Ft. Banning ,, r Remanufactured Transmissions I! .\/ounq/ fllen's Shop SEWING MACHINES
Oa visited his pirents.1 Rev!
SIXTHKEEP I Hal Davy. anj Mrs// J E. Norman, over Ouulltv ty MotorsBy Craftsman; ala Main Corner Ouval SINGERVT.. ZIGZAG
i i the weekend. Jacksonville\ Like New In 4 Dr Cabinet
.
E. 3383 W Seaver S.liirkar.nvllle.
Churl lobos
,1 Mr. and Mis! Pall Crawford, 38I-101S Sold New over $300
STATE SEMATOB6th Jr Lucille\ ) and John spent IUI. $72 or $300 Per Month
A MAN WITH DiBtiict I Saturday and;! Sunday with! "AMP: KKS !MOTOHCYO.ES(

Vote> for one :Mi and Mis Oe ije!; Davis In I Ideal I Sewing Center
". Orlando Cribbs Campers HONDA
A PROVEN RECORD :1 Mrs, O. W. Roberts, Mrs. : (Group One ALL MAKES
,Ja bon B aD I Effie Minor, and] Mis. Puullne DeJ-Iley Campers !MOTORCYCLES New and Used Macliinat
Decliloni of the Florida Public All Models-Nothing Down 848 Cassat Ave.
.
Torode were In St G *orKeGa
T s.rvlc. Commission ffct Flor Shasta Trailer. Merchants Green Stamps Jacksonville. 389-5071
Ed L. Bush Sunday to visit :Mrs
ida's future-and pocketellly -
I Lon-I your Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.MondayFllday .
ne: Roberta On their n book. *> Skamper Convertible TKACK SERVICE
trip; they vii'ted Mis MamlOll.er MAYO. his p rtlclp.Ud In
Tom R. Davf. *
: 8 AM. to 6 PM.
In Baldwin public/ utility rats reductions totaling Triulp* Hank Flaunting

A(" John Due I II Mrs. H[ T Hlnote. who has ': the/ Public$22,000,000 Service slnca CommKslan.Jolnlns 5408 Sun Juan Ave. SuttIOSED SUNDAY RAY'S

been visiting her Mster M :s This saving to Florldlana rapra"asnta Jacksonville 388.9348
I *
O. J. Phillips, will return to who of all/ rata raductlons MOTORS & CYCLES TRACK SERVICE_
5 t w L. P. 'Pete' GIBSON X I her home In :Miami the Intfr ,by last tha 10 Commission. during th. CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg 4949 Blandlngr Blvd.
II yaara.H Portable Track Press Service
part of the week. Mrs, Debbie Jacksonville 771-8211

: Wayne Mhlon IOdle I I Phillips of St George, CJL.. and .*p Mayo working for you \ ChainSaw Welding

Mrs F.1.: R.:'d of Mjron VOTE E3)( MAYO-MAY 3 I IFlffrlrr Sales I I'ted Bulldozers & Crawler
I Oa spent a few days with MUSIC "Well Keep 'em Rolling"Money
Murphy :Mrs Phillips. S.,' ct'Mi rl.1 CommlsJitlrel i H O M H L I T E:
....... ... .. I II 7287 W. Beaver
f>..d,ollhul.'. '4 I. ,I I Makin' Chain Sawn Paulus Music
Mis: L :M McClellan. : Co.
|
.. hind. Jacksonville
M. Ominiil* :388-4621
B. "'Peens \ \frs'l U1IWU-. -' & SJ.RVICJ: __
I Parts and Repalra All Make Band tc String Instruments I

STATE SENATOR I Toro & Ya/oo Power Mowers Gibson Guitars& Amplifiers TROPICAL FISH
8th District Elect 282-0050\
*" ? *" Rt. 21 Mlddleburg
Vot fax on* School Suppl1es--IlIHtructlon

J. M."BUCK". KLECTHIC; (: MOTORS Roberts Reconler* MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

Frank 1. Alderman I 1 NORMANCounty
Peavy Brothers Music LibraryExpertRepair
Complete Aquarium Supplies
Claud. M."R.d" r.anb Department
Electric Co.
Imported Fish All Specie
PETE GIBSON has directed his 41! W :Monroe St. CALL, OR COME BVMon.Sat

M allory Eo Horn. IfLICTKIC: ; MOrOKS! Jacksonville 10 a.m to 6 pm.
353-8147
efforts toward building better -3crvlced-Repall'ed
\ II ; ; Sunday 2 to 8ueneratorsStarters p.m.
G.o t 3310 Bew-|h In'd.'e Order Any Fish Avaflabl
g
schools, securing more industry L."I'u AlteiutlonsArmature 943 S. Edgewood Ave.
TE SENATOR Rewinding JackaonvOIe 398.3091
Jacksonville! 388-9404
and more jobs for Florida. He 25th DUtrlct I hR, a Commissioner 4044 IA-IIOX Ave.

Vet lot on* wa Jllrlo"nvllll: 3H7-2'S28' :MUSIC-Insdruments. \VESTEKN: STORE

has worked continuously in the I 3' District 2CuuntyAILaiue 1

John C. Barrow! }FAKIlir(: SHOP MARVIN KAY'S LITTLE DUDE

1 legislature to keep taxes off I S '
+c 1! BON MAR Music Center Western Store

groceries and medicine and to 1>m xau. r Fender, Cretach 4 Vox Guitars
Young FABRIC SHOP Where You'll Find Everything -

- lessen the tax burden on the mn s looaoe I King, Hatten, and Selmer : For the Horse,
Complete Line of Enthusiast"Western
"''' Band Instrument.
working man's family and our c.clI A. >r.nn.a Qualified FAIIRICSNOTION, Clothing -Leather-

McCull St Simplicity::\ Patterns Ludwig Slirtgrerland. Rogers roods Saddles and Trailers
old people. Ed Peck I Impartial Drums Charles & Sharon Petty
818 Cs.eet Ave 902: So. Edl'ewoodve.

PETE: GIBSON HAS A PROVEN H 0 Stratton Reliable JacksonvilleOpen Rental &; Kepidra on ALL Jjckwonvllle 3841210WELL

I 400 M.U.V .
ST.Jacknunvill
9 AM. to 8 P.M.!
RECORD OF SERVICE &1m Tea i. 3530935OITICIAN DRILLINGPARTRIDGE
,
;OUMAN-A veteran.
FLOOR C'OVEKIMJ
NORMAN-A taxpa>er.

;ORJAN--Active in church affairs.

KEEPL. P. "Pete" GIBSON =NORMAN family man (wife and 3 children). Looklnl1/or Bennett-Daly Well Drilling Co.

=IAN-Jnterefted! in the public affairs!' of better carpetttJ4 ROCK 4: ARTESIAN UELLM!
Opticians
Bradford County. visit Inc. Complete Electric Water
i Lenses. Duplicated Systems
M>RMAN-Interested in how the taxpa'er'-I! lGeCJlZrf Accurately)

SENATOR the SIXTH : money is sptnt.' Only Uia and' Finest Promptly 1KRIGVTIOVFHA :
for HOG""'
Your Vote and Support Appreciated 24 West Duval Service St 0860 Hyde Grove Ave
PHONE 833-6151 JacksonvilleCall
Political: AdYrti..mnt Paid for by the Campaign Traux Jacksonville, 353-1835 !Collect 88914JS'lIItm."A
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; A MAN I : /11'f\ F I 1 is 1 Mr. i.I I \\l; d"I I I ," aI) t t.'h! ,. is I'
.KEEP RECORD RAIFORDBy Lake :Mil Clifton l'j'I1I1I1'g., ,,nulMis i' "i 1 'I, 1.1 (Jor I''It[ 1 Ids\
A PROVEN 1 I in.,ilt| bloiih'liLini, nil nt/ I r ).I.11.' : I I 1.'. V ,it"t. II ',itAil" t {i iu
_ v I IY J.iclCMOIIVillo. i u" :' Fil'Jie/ !'.1"! ''i, r mid' I.mi rlyVTlrn'ae'
Mrs. Earl/ Dobha Mrs K. HI.CHCIM Nara
::L. P. 'Pete' GIBSON H'U1ltytlllel'' r',rnr, tlu .II, :CM:::t.II'I"'I' ; i I.i i I'I | "i- .
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SENATOR for the SIXTH .AI A ....AA..A..A..4.1
"IIKlnjfsloy SCII"Ut.ll1: : : I rl lie hi ; brmgr' ,u i I" ."'1"..-,i, in
Mrs Rov H Clem'.in. uiJ' uTr.uu1 I I :Mi< !P .1 I I Iles I Irvof
children of Hcilbronn 4 ,JI : Lake\ B.tpllst, Puln'ka. vvf>ua 'I I.H .liv .1-!, ,int:)\ a.
Pur 24 county district needs a nee ..,,,n.s. Mr.Spiinu10.1ca .u.a: .r (liuri.h.) Sunday Srlioul 1)):l.m. .; 1)11! Kii: ;ts: of .M I. .. .M[ n v
inan with record ofrvice '. ? :Morning Worship., 11 I '
a proven vlis Earl Dobbs\ Friday
'..11.. Training Union 0.:.ID |1'> :,i :
;. to all the people. PETE Filends' of Walter Alt:nan F.vonlngV"I': will regret to leant that in ,ii i- ,
GIBSON has proven his ability, .' i 'k 1'rayrr" Service vVc'l' ,' ,- ,,
!patient in Gainesville ;Medical KEEP i'
Y tiny 7 ::10! p in. Chair ii 1 ,u tu i' ,
{aii-ness. capacity for hard work. Center where he hid surgery -
k aNew
) ( 830 p.m, Kc", dint RlKdoi/ 1.
courage. and Integrity. last week We p.ay he 9 A IIII'plv) > pn"t"i "Come, let u.s
has a speedy lecovciyWe FLORIDAJ
worship tnKcthcr.
ta'' Political Adv by Campaign Troaa. are glad' to welrc'ne "Mr Deiilill' Baptist Church,] Sunday '
and Mrs. Cecil WHson and
School 10 u.m.; Alarnlng
i 'tie ran h': r bat( to "a GROWING +
I I Worship\ 11 am.; Training y
I Recreation-Voting Center At Raiford I Union 6:30: p.m, Evening::

Worship 7:30 p.m.1Ldwrv.cPrayer : .

liuiforil'H: uttrutl\e new rvrroutlon. renter IIIIH. just been ('oi>iictcil|,! on the silo Service \Verln... dL\ sI

"of tin- old ,Hi-hool l hu lid bigat it cost of urmmil $.1.0(10)( paid. for !by ore nlun County. 7'30,: pm. Rev. R L. Tapsjart;
pastor "l'vC'ryolioiclcomc": \
'( uii'mlHHli n. ( intrn<'tor FrnIHxIil\ ntlll/cil the lonci-ctc fniimlittlim of the old '
I. I'DKXONAI-S: : :
q' la"'liii'ldinff) '/, "hldl) wit lifiniantlril und Hold. ., erring) this modern concrete hlmkKtriiftiin \ Jack Walnwrlght of Waycro4a -

,' vvv ,II', In Its pluca., Tim '", III"nl"III\ also b"I.....I! .us it voting I'lix'e for fli>clliMii. Ga. spent Sunday with

Tin ('nl".. "VnimlHNlirti. I I.* erecting/ recreation and" tiiting, lenlrrn In ntijiHIT ]Mr. and Mrs. liihvaril: \Voin-

)ion f'f> I the county.fort wright and fjmlly.Mr. .
1 and Mrs. K. M Norton

I- !. vllle Sunrtiv: where Mrs IIa:- had as dlnnf" guests\ Suiidiy.< : and faintly were Saturday supper
Al 'man Daniel I,. Crews of old YnrlnroiiBh was surp,isoJ thrlr lie; hew and family Mr. guests of Rev. and! Mr.
0'CM ''n v. 's) home! far: the with a blithday dinner I Bud Mrs. RivmotiJ Kite and Jim Kigdon! and eons of Jncksonvillc. -

"'r'J'o 1 !1\1! "lth his. parrots Mr Afrs. Ojln Rrdd'i1' Jr. ml children of 'II: m"l\; I
unit' MrtdWtcy Cre\\.'a at; her father, J. O. lo"'n."r I i. Mr. and Mr1-\ A'vln Dab!'.. Mr. and Mm. 'Ray Miller I II

I Stntr. t Firm, business visitors in Oalne""llinThur j and daughter of Palatka viii and Idtighter Judy were Sunday -
s !Mr and/ Mrs: Ettvsfc Free- !"dav. i Hrd. Mr and<:I :Mrs.( Mar'el' dinner guests of :Mr ;md I In 1965 under the administration of Governor

Jfl!& riati mad sin. Cuilts, of Jack- Mrs. J. S. S.ipp and childienof I D; bhs an;. children Sunduy :Mr.s. C. L. turkey und ion of i Haydon Burns Florida reached new heights in

: .' ... .. ,"mill' vl 1t.1 t ji!lA' in 9.they.f" Liwtey were S\I1I'Y\! ;:" p. m.> ovenlng.:? Qelmoie.Mis. *
:\ : .. Marv "tM frinn': *i"T i its i Buests; of :her porcnts Mr. :and on\-lre vl'lt**-hfrMr l"1'enl.1a.""' Klira/ Rigs spent I EDUCATION TOURISM

_ -"ter ,'IHI! fimllv.: Mr. a.id Mrs. Theodore kosi l"r. ,. an1 Mrs Mali Sweat at Saturday In Jacksonville "vith I BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
:M.s. Earl nobbs Bundiy.Mrs. :'. J. O. Dobbs( visited hi' State Farm Sunday. Sir and :\II'H.Y.. U. Thoinii'
Ruby r ",,!ter end brother and larr.Uy Mr. and Mr. sm Mis. Finnic: Gilffls Mr.! and Mr?. Oej-ald: .) Crawford EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONAL INCOME

!imic'itf-r: Mrs ThmasHoote/ Mrs. Lester' Dobbi:: !In Oa'n' "s- f 1 had m Sunday evenlntr! : and Mrs. Amelia (Prow NEW ROADS HIGHWAYS EXPRESSWAYS
,
TH chll'lrpn visited Mr and vll! Siin'ay.Jutiin I "U, sts. his sister'! Mrs. CftrmcnTbotnton ford vlaltol! Patrick Crawford
1Ds' Ce-ll A-'dKon! and little: Dobbs of Qilnesvi'le I and children of who Is a patient In St. Vine ALL ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT

-.., .,.-.. ... ""-- eon In aTliif-vIll> !Sntvjiy.; visited iclatlvcs: here Tlnir"-!' if(I'll S'Tlnui, last cent's Hospital, In Jacksonville ANY TAX INCREASE !
: ; ;.,9,3aY\.t> Mr nn1 M's Kenny Ben- d.iy.Mr: I Mr and Mrs Jessie Star1'!: Frid.ty.Mrr. -" "" ...."
." '. -I ,.< ptru" an-1 "m left Sunday. tarPJPPII an1 Mrs. CVnld nilf""' MleJ: Mr and M's. Pet Sallie:1: <1..-( and
*+ 7 j0. \ fine Fprlnrs where I." end children wer< $u11rhIluncheon \Vnll1\ 'I'rhl In Liwtcy andMr daughter Robin and! Johnn
We haven't replaced the ; will! b' rr.pl' ycd by 0.1 Jtaf. : guests of Mr. cn1 I : and! Mrs. Mallle Griffijflft !:. Lott were Sunday afternoons i I I a II : II I II
,
I MatYr v son's Dairy. Mrs. Willie Rsd;c.s; ant lamilv week guests of Mr and Mia K<- '- I
., 1 general I, store,, but. ;-;: }.fit ', ,!. Mn: Wllleno Green of Mr. and M '... M M. OHffis ncth J. Elder of Jarlt onvllli 1 t I I + .I 1
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.', 5 ,,;#. .:" ';; JJcJ\''II..lI'c'Ilter!!' her moth Robert Wljlte."B! of stukp had as\ iriirsts Sunday Rev. Mr.. and' Mrs., Cecil Whitehead t r "
". ( :1a:i MO Freeman Sun- and Michael lY 1")3 'l I.l'pl iiitl Mr R :ni''" Thom"ao( 'i.I and diiughLcia hud as

M '- .... __,'It.;;..*ww.>i..* cay p m. I ;Michael's sister and far.ii'v'! I Mi- and Mrs Keith G.lf'l/ -
M1 Kiabv Yaibrou'/tk: see I Mr find Mrs. Howard RegisterIn "iicl family of Marclennv! an I IMr

Like the that offers its 1 rompo'ie;. hi daughtcrlnj! ''i j lake City Sunday p m. and Mrs. Ace Rich rd.'ion. I
general store custom. '.1\\. !Mi Haivld" YavfcToiuh: < Miss Sheila Yarbro'iRli: of I of .'flcksonvlll". .i
ers a wide range of merchandise, our bank and ehil'ii: n of Lake Butter: I i Lake Butler ";pent fnt."r'll'.' : Mrs Lonnie S'nrt'l. Mrs.

-because it's a "Full Service" bankoffersyou '. a visit to Mr and M'K. nttht with her Brandmolher.Mus. Elvln Slndd BIT. Mrs nal-h Ja.
..1'p'\ YJ;hrouc'i I C-lcm:' vl-ltprt thel- little
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nciVew -
a wide range of banking services to Ku:jert Faulkner Inv Jark:: '1)ni -
Mr Harold Crawford ofLawtcy In St V11v 011t's hospital! t 1 rrr
meet your every personal family, or business Melted. her grandly tltLr Fun'lay! '
banking need I Come in and in how --..
see Mrs. Mary Freeman Sun. Mr. and Mrs J-9&!< lai'llni; .. ,
many ways and how conveniently we i lav p. m. I of Bartaw and:! Mr. and M'MIr -.- .:
Mr anj M's. Qv"'-i'd Oi'ts : -
can serve you now. You're always most V Pursp- of JirkfvnvUlevjdtrT
\ were business visitors in I / Pi 1'1" Grove Meth.st'lit -
welcome! here! Wfr4v
Oainesvllle MlndJv.VI: :]" ,-
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1 I Cl.uicli} Snivdny J I J"\\
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there; they vl-lted Walter Alt- .I; )
,v l.i-\:'
man In the M'lcal Center. I F "

Eurl Dtb: visited his' t-'il'-: TIlE niOUT POIVT for thtwiiv 'fII!! ...,... f
'ren l\Ir. an-i Mrs Howaidnenl'fr .
:yon nrl e. ('OInf" 'In and "o
FLORIDA Ii1 I'ke F"Irfiv.
City
whet your f.norlli: KSTr.R.:! ;
Mrs. Lynn MrRae! had :chll-! BKOOK fdiirloin pen. TELE FnTijL.
c1l'r11'lste1! Mr\ and! Mil t3 OKM'tl.Confused.

JA'NK: A'T I STARKE ... M Mr-Hie: In Staik" F.I'17:I I ;jf :
P. F. C Johnnie Eowl'ni:: of ;
\'lrll1nl0'1111! \ !a weekend V1.IIS'ot I

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Mrs Alice CI''n. I ? r
Mr and l Mrs Monroe Kitt'i'i, ) i
HUNDRED
ONE
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. r rd ha as Saturday nvrrnl'h''test'
Mr. Ini11'8.: RatH'II'Kite : I
1 1 r. J
,I and chl'divn of Tamps BILLION DOLLARS!

: ------..... .. ---.,_ .... I I Mr. and M's.' Willie: Rod; ';er HELP
----- --I I )had as! Fundav! I"-"-eo,' i i
We live in world where thousands of miles cf distance have been cut
EXPERIENCE iriierts Mr. !and Mrs.\ Herman a
I GETS THINGS DONE Sarp and! Ellis.1< Mr. and! M's to hours of travel time in the space age. In this much smaller world, we

.. Robert( Cns-n. Mr. anl Mill know that we have responsibilities to our fellowman and our friends, that
C Oeiu'd' OrlffU not chllrhi"11 we should and we must help them.
.., IV Surf! '3v p m. their 'rue..t. We seek for all nations freedom, self-determination in free governmentsand
i.iirnbPrr| r 3S young: people economic progress. In this task the United States has never faltered,

.. and they all cnloypl I fellowship nor will it.There.
mini ont''r!' games: is much disagreement however, on how to meet this challenge.
S J = I Mr.. Earl D-bbs an-J daui h- A basic issue in the selection of your Congressman is that of our foreign aid

SS trr Beth visited relatives In program as it presently exists. My opponent and I disagree in this area of
La""re City Wp .... Mr en1 :Mrs Monrre Kith voted against our present foreign aid program, and he has consistently voted

bad as Sottir-'ny super: suestsMr for it.We
.. : and Mrs navmond Kite speak here of basic convictions, for I sincerely believe that a candi-

.-.. I S 811' children! of Tllml>1, Ml"- date for public office should be judged on his record. .
.. .1 Jean Hc.lses of I a'tc'! B.i,+lei I cannot see the wisdom of our present program which has cost the
: Mr siivl Mrs o. B. Oo.H'n: ; I II Anerican taxpayer over one hundred billion dollars since World War II. In

.. nlaltnlt, f 1 I I end Mr nnd Mrs Cecil Wl'san GEORGE LEWIS spite of this huge sum, today when young Americans are being called on

.t err- ,,, vv ani bibv of Ralford. to give their lives in South Viet Nam only token troops from South Korea,
-' I Mr and 1 Mr-. Mirlell Dobbs .i Australia, and New Zealand assist us. Where are our friends? Is our friendshipa .
... 111111 -ltc.1: her patents Mr. and ;j Help You! one-way street?
.> Mrs Dean Aqne In Madison In Southeast Asia we have expended three billion dollars in Pakistan,

CWT the HcekorulRobsrt six billion in India, two billion in the Philippines, and four billion in Japan.
e I YI I :: Cason visited: WakPAltmin Their very security is tied to our success in meeting this Communist aggres-
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.. j'1 Gainesville MellsalCenter : He-1s for HOME RULE sion, but they give us no assistance, while American men are fighting and

Monday and Smaller i Districts so dying daily.
: Mr an Mrs O B. On-don After Nasser told the United States what it could do with its foreign aid, .
I I that hereafter. you will I was one of those who voted to prohibit further sales of surplus American ?

: "WHAT\ HAS MY 13 YEARS IN vote for ONE close-to- food to him in January, 1965. I believed then and now that if a country does '
CONGRESS MEANT r TO THE fi 7/ftiV(/ FRED 0. (BUD) home State Senator. not want our assistance, then it should not be forced upon it.
My opponent was one of two members of the Florida delegation who

) HOW can Mr. Republican voted to continue this aid, but we were able to prevail 204-177 in cuttinz! off '
: PEOPLE OF BRADFORD COUNTY? I DICKINSON of 1964, help you I -assistance.. '

We have 300,000 American fighting men stationed in Europe to defend '
II CO/MPTftOUf/ ft OF FLORIDA when his "experi- : freedom in that part of the world. In two world wars the United States has I.

: "HERE'S THE RECORD FOR YOU TO v- enced" political cronies stood by France, and thousands of Americans gave their lives in those
.. READ"ylatthrwv I conflicts. This is another nation that has received billions in foreign aid f
are the very ones assistance. ,

+ """I.t..1 HIK"irv.fiill. >. to g.-t tin- MilllnM: It llu ijitht' >r 1)l l I hr, Irn.r I .. .mnl'Irunslrr II who tied you up in a In spite of the fact that the United States coveted no French soil and .
funds aI|>|'iruiili1c| : l fur H newtiuird ..III",1'\ is"Sound
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hastened the return to
and
1 proKriiiii of tiih.iiuu: ncrrnio: nllolniiiil self-government economic progress todayDe
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: rniorhi. Stark| '', confusing24County I -
I that hat lirlpixl tliiMisaiils' ..r (tollmenMuttlifw big Gaulle demands that we turn over our American forces and bases ir>
ttatlliett I nl'.1 tul 10"1| u I7IMHO) fi'ili-riil,
grim' pnaluerr.: t District? France to his control out. It will cost billion dollars to
for ii iii-v" S""IWIIKP/ Trciiluictit I, ,, Plant" in stnrUe. .. or get over one j just
\IIIIh.: I H.IH I Inanflior of the' law Il" IptMatthew's -
these facilities elsewhere in in
addition
Europe the cost
replace to
mope| rnl .. Candidate
lug |1..1111. s fur l""ilinK |>urp"'iM-i from ai-re-" your .
C ,ul/ ( '''''1' iiindiiir.; | (AiininU I""_ roll. age l nllotnientH.M.itthPAVH of those which we must abandon.
t. s3rx1IN10: .) \ /has Miipported REt: Farm 'and trict Eight race for I have said many times that it is past time for a complete reappraisalof

lelpecl, nlitiiln $I 50,000 In IllllRitrlon I'urpHtry I'roKranis. tin- ASCS.!; ]>ri>Kriini' the Stale Senator are: our foreign aid program. I believe that the American people want and
J ,funds tu expiuid tIt| Bnulford ("i>untv l'r..fll..II.1II. ('red It .lvwehdlnnv, Funiu-rn deserve more lasting value for the dollars we have spent in this program. '
II JIoq| ltal' MiirUe.. /Home Ailniliilslriitiiin' loans unit' Soil C''u1)- This is the position I have consistently taken throughout my service in
Ialntthrwwort. mI HIICI rssfnllv fur the f:.- Hi-rMitli |"ir Kriun<. whlili have mount inll- I Frank Alderman the Congress.
nilllIiHi ii|>pniii| "liiti.in fr s.rw Uorm railIlonr lInitl.'ii of doll....... to Uudfur.1 (',,""Iy. Cvntrartor
S uhlrh mi-mis s<> tnorh. In) I the ..attl||I...
l. men i>r I'.r,.flrnril (i"'inl.JVMIIIiiMVH \,. I I .sstntial l fiscal to keep policies Florida have growing be.n' Claude Franks ---
.. hr'I'|-rd| <.ihliilii'n. and Stat
WKIIIIDO our
I-111 t""n economy healthy. Former Tn "A' .*M.*>r
W for IP I w.tler S' MI-IM' hi llriHikrr., I I Cortlnulnf my work: as Comptral' FOR AN EFFECTIVE VOICE IN WASHINGTON
l ter of Florida. I .
pledge to maintain
.: !SI'dlrus unrhrtl I f..r inl''<''|11111.( < funs. |lul..r|> those sound and conservative Mallory! Horne
?\; and primiutlon of hlriiuln-rry salve. I pollclas.
A' + former DEMUIRTICI.riliUtor :
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andJHPUM.1C.VN'S
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.1VOTE TO KEEP MATTHEWS IN Comptrolltr at Florida l Manager

CONGRESS I THE RIGHT MAN GEORGE LEWIS

: DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3 IN THE RIGHT JOB tOY\L, I'ROGRESSIV8
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BRADFORD COUNTY: .I'M. I .nWAPH;




KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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MT4RKK.: FLORIDA THFHSllAY. ,\I'ltJI./ 1. mail)



!I Mrs. Hardenbergh t ". .: I Funeral Services


KEYSTONE HIGHUGHTS : Services HeldIn '.. Held Tuesday Lack Of Teenage Activities

St. Anne's :; s. 1\. I For Mrs. ReynoldsMis. I Could Lead To

Hy !Mary Schaeffer For Emily Thomas Delinquency

:Mrs! Ronnie! Mae Hiers: Har- Ruie Snl.-'cr Reynold>

C1'n( er&'h. 58. of K v'tIP : I 74. of Keystone Heights. died >{:<.lItol'!! Driilfiinl:; (:"niinU/ THi'irniph!, :

JUNIOR CLUB M.... Richard Moore: Secretary lltlvhts died! Thursday( Ap& II 4:1 Sunday: morning In a Starko .
We hnvc bci'n I ,
( n tIi:: i I Mis. Hun-lley Redi'eam 14. in a dilrrsvllle hospital hospital. aftia! biief lllnrsShe < ,
INSTALLATIONMembers: : ;atlnR :Stiii\ l lu- li'iti 1;..;1. ,'iiuhiurn.: iiml! hope that vim will ie
1 I :M's' 1I Hnrdenbciffh bJ1'n: was born In Center. Ala
of the Ji .< and Treasuier. M.s Bil. I ible 10 devote HIJIIUip.ur< ; I lu Kcvstone;: t Heights' "problem1'ilso ,
Keystone: WItebrrci.. S C on 3 i t on July 10 1891' and had been .
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Young. i ; OutS 11"L' si" n 1110 h :a i In.;iter of, delinquency yet
Heiim met Junlcr Woman 3 Club I Mrs. Ray Mann Jr.. received Ii. 1809. an-1 hn -. II.ed! I In Key- 44 u 1 1 resident of Keystone HeUlitl 1U tit 1st ci'i-tnmly lu.Klinx( in I that direction if nothing is done
Thursday: e.enlng April \ ktonc! HIhl" shire! 1952. corn e p t ,1ICI'l 1943 coming here from
14, aL the Clay Elejtrlu an award us the most outstanding ) the xchool
: ccnleriue <4n' here! firm Can-"'III Con Jurk.sonvllle. where" she rcsld During your our teenagers have absolutely
: room for their installation member of the yearHostesses She was a communicant of St. ,: S'1? ec for 21 yemsMrs iothin>f to do on the weekend other than attend a posSible
:) ceremony The Installing for the evening I I 'porte event one or two weekends 'n month, and the local
Annf'a EI:: '0.11ul'ch\ and Reynolds hid been i imtmber I'
officer Mrs. Ervin Tilest Mrs i novle, which does not always have pictures suitable for Imnature -
Mrs. Piemcnt:: Tolle.. r.ere
tld the Oar- of
In the
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CominundjCnurch
membTshlp i l1' t
ft the Senior Woman's Club Hunfey R dfearn, Jr.. and -T: 1 minds.. This is not Intended! to rensure the theatre
d"n Club. Chapter 279. Or-1ei: and the Woman's Cl'ih' is the selectIon has. been above for
entertainment
spake: on the subject of Ms.: C. A. Whlstenant. I j I average
l'OSes-- ',f Eastern and the KV< of) for
I Star cmTemple. Keystone Helprhts ore: jut Juat tutu the movies sometImes are suitable for the more
tne Junior Club flower; being Present a'so: was Mrs. Owen : Daughters: of the Nil 4 1 :'JO :years. .n.iturc; peruon.
the yiUow rosa -and! installed B. Baker, the club ands i r. I
: sponsor SvlsIng! : pre! h"I' hubani! :\ Surviving are her husband
the following: President. Mr a. I xUjr for the past year. Then I N. Wntsnn Ha'< enicrgh. ex-I Ii William L. Reynolds! Sr.; two : There, are few, if any. dances held for the teenagers\ during

Steve Moore: : Vice Presldint \\v solJorho& : will rome ecutiveie, president: of till<> i I daughters./ ?,Ii's. Emily R I .ho school year plenty in the summertime--which are often
.. spoiled. by outsiders coming in drunk. But during the re-
I Kev toie "' tat" B':'k : tvo I Thomas and Miss Roe Jane .
;niinim: nine months, the youngsters either have to have an
daushte-s Mrq. ntchnrd) Stinrtlford The liutt of the ciirgo h........ fty of :MclroM*." I It .shown| di-ckisl at \\'aItl,, lie- Rcyno :!''q. all of Keystone: lulomobile In which to go to (.ilnesvllle or Starke. or it.iluino \

ELECT of Jacksonvi'le: an'' fore HtairtUiif trip Into Alto lake, tuid thence. "oil" to "Siintii I..... two sons. William L. Reynolds and watch the Idiot box night after night on weekends
MI'S Dirothy Roberta Hnr- .Jr., of Keystone' Heights. and

rlpnerJh: of Keyston Flank H. Reynolds of Oalnes- Several persons in organized clubs In this area have been

!: ROYTYRE 'r'llths: her uiDthe'-: !" Mr' The Last of The Cargo Boat Pilots vllle- one brother. Charles" ontacted, and not one. of them is! willing to take the reins
ind center where the children have
\nh: -1 ni>cher Hlei-s of Ja k- Snider of Portola Calif.: two sponsor a youth can properly

n\llle.: three! brot'ie-s. RtiU I I sisters. Mrs. Annie Oeisonber?, chaperoned dances in a decent atmosphere limited 'o
1 local< c.hildren.Ve have even talked to church representaves .
(- !11 flIers of) Chail.-ston S I liy Bill Payne I Pasadena" Texas and Miss
FleUhele Lola Snider '.| about church-sponsor dances--for where elBe could
: and J Idl'o-n and .. """ of Keystone
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Back[ In the days: .before : 11. the children hnve a better atmosphere?-but were told that
s. nr 1 7 rnp Bister, Mrs. Pen Heights. Also surviving; arc
rOAds'III'e paved, 1'1011'80 bouts the, church's, only duty to the child Is to give him a spiritual
Jiclrsonvi! !five
Hlnlt nil of frrnndchildren.
plied! the waters of Lake Santa ,I__ 4' ,'duration.A.n .
Piival: servl" were tie! Funeral I services were held

COUNTY it 11 a m Saturday: In :?;tAnne's he haulliv; freight between f... at 10 a. "m. Tuesday In the De- enormous amount of emrjhnxia I la given to the 4,M .rItlztms
I ?Jelrose and the lal head utWufcfo.
Chuir-h with Rev. WI.; Wilt C. Jones Chipel Keystone of this area and this I do not begrudge-but their!

COMMISSIONERDistrict "I'mV' Worstall and R"v Heights. with D.-. AlbertC. noml and )Imbltt were formed' many year ago. Yet theyire
B. M. Robinson, new a Mel- flr"t to when one of the local
lean} Chance( officiating.! tntCl'm'nt Holt pastor: of the Community cnmplum teenagers gels
4 Clay County was in the KeystoneTIftifhts .-OSH k I:)ct'r. recall .Ivldly the Church officiating; Into trouble. They do nut realize that Inactivity Is the reu-
cays when cargo bjat.s malt ff4 lon foi, much of the delinquent nets of the children.: Night
Cemrten. linger dlrrc- Interment was in the KeyStone -
I Ihelr way thiounh the caualifcnneillng ; tfler night I have driven by Henderson's, corner and seen
$lien of DeWltt C. J Jill!- Heights Cemetery under
An Experienced liusinesaman For A More Waldo with Lakt-H ,011111/ men!; in their Isle: teens sitting round talking to one
Funernl Home Direction of DeWitt
C. Jones
mother, with better to l.,. Given and
Alto and Santa Fe. He and hU nothing ; enough time
Uusiiiess-like County Government. Active pallbearers\ were S. E I'nncral HomeIn d.ne and these will substitute the
)brother O. T., opeittej such i 01 even impulse;! boys
Kenn-dv! C. F. Mitchell. I. E lieu!' of flowers/ the family '
a boat from 1914 until about jxcitement ol nn unU-Hoilul" '' act for the boredom of InactivitY',
'-far.h, A. L. Walker: L. F. LaVlee. requested thnt friends:! con- ,
Capable : and:! Marion Sweet.In 1929. trlbut" to the building fund of \\ ,; have suinu mighty line young men here in Keystone.
the family "We carried! about) everything; t'av Many: uf Hum age In rn'ivlri1 ami heading for Viet Nam now
LIen of flowers, Community Church or (IIII'omln's
In that boat. Uol.>:iiM>n >:ald \',; Die; olheih me home, ; waiting' I t ;, ur In HI liool, but still waiting
i 1'IU! >sted( that COIIU"U'IW1I1' Club or KeYol.OlleHl'lghts.
Qualified "OranKes. turpentine ro. ln. or I Iliuli i I' turn to 4ONH,
be made to the Clay .
"
)potatoeseven) caskets. lie
County' cancer fund. I In t this l il.iv i anil I I tune i of I presmires t l nnd l uncertain futures
Fair To All eclded.
i vho' if to; iiitui/.e. : tlie:.c* hovs); II' they i let Into trouble beoame
Robinson and his other 1'IIE HKJIIT ,
fOINT Mr '10 I one li.ii t ,nivtl i "IMImull about tlifni to give them an opiortunltv | -
Wire preceded In toe biHlni-sj iI "VHT you ffrite. Come III > I
1:0111 tlie rankof the Senior I nmMvlrct to 'jtay out of It.
lie Stands For Greater
ProgressFor Wmian's Club, has not yel OY Alec Cialu[ But Ciulg lost / your favorite ESTER: : I Keystone: MotherS

ALL Clay County. teen assigned.Mv. an unsuccessful battle with HKUOK founlaJn. ,..0. TKI.K:

WOl"SCTIVITIES! : die water hyacuths, that Trlrnraph.

The Ke">st3iie: H eights': choke-:! the canals and sections "

Paid Political Adv. wi'.l: hold itConti.uec' of Lake Alto.! Th-5 Robinson.',
( ) VreaWs CUu
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"' out thchoking K M. KoMllHiin lust of tint cargo pilotH,
on over
Dn Next Pal'l
I ; ,jiHMts by developing an ur.setic .HlniwH inihiui1 "'"I It". lamp" of I the ciirtfti I \\'oli' Fur I'rogreg . Vote Fur

spray which cleared! tht-m bunt jierlod., This k..ri.eiii'-Ii. urn lug lamp" This mart

[ from. the canal M|". *eMI l l\\u liiirnerH, line projecllug friniliicli I rI.e.-_; D. Anthony "Tony"BAKEI

RE-ELECT After the 'hyacinths." Ho*>- nltlts 19 r. lt4il>hiHon' him, the old lirniput I can help
'ii'on Hays "sand liars In: the .
his Krocer In :Mclrove. und liopen. to li>- I
canals nave us the most trou-
fule liiiuneyH for I I'*I .Noun) ....y. i I'We I
1e SO'uellmei. It war. fishlaps !

0. J. thrrhee% SI' )I ," hi added winning.) ter visitors! were :i.linit ll\p-l ha-1 ;.iome food times I you
Robin ton clescrlba one t'nie\' ,
The winters of 1801! and 9G( II' tho-, days," Mi. Robinson. I for compUt protection youI
uln/J/ throUKh tv! canal In I and'' d insurance that Is adaptable
kl"ed: the orangeOVH: nnd: -.nl.-l.\ "We workej: hard I *
the winter when fish trap
a
with the o'artlte'lt'nt\ most of I :lonv hours, but we had some I to changing protection
ot caught: up on the boat'a'udder II needs. Irtot'a what you get
the tourists. Some of the I i-jod times too II | In every Gulf Ufa policy with FOK

COUNTY COMMISSIONER groves WPIP! l lilt"- tvplnnti"! i Adopt-A-Plan, For example'
"'I gat Into the water" to net! I
but apparently no1 ei eivi'iled! a mortgage policy can be County Commisaionev
he trap off," he said: "and 'It adapted to provide retirement
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the output the l'at lIST (u- ) :
.was like Ice It took: n.y bl.path. : KEYSTONE 'Income. Ask this friendly Gulf ii District Four
DISTRICT croiuced:! before the "bi'j' Life about ItIIIIIN
4 way, and made me numo. freeze of 9lf." Drive-In Theatrw' Repreientative & ,
But I neared that iudde'ie
As the passeiv/er demi)!,! ?
added proudly I .
\I'(;
The Robinson boot was built faded to become n nienrirv Fri., Sat. Apr. 22, 2.'J:
I the boats became mninlv* IMI i -
Keystone Heights, Kingsley ).v Tom Blrt In Melro.se." ) iF uaamHSIVE;
go carriers.\ :But th'.s'loi!, : IR let:1
It was a good bail. Robln-
Lake McRae Belmore had ben only a few years Th (com v'- TheIpcress CAI'AHLKEXPERIENCED: ;
mn /said. "But If we I
I Ixirno litlon of motor traffic flnnl'vlorccd ; )'
inert we would ve had a
the oil boat': to dl'II'-)! File ;
County at Large instead. I .
I pear from fie conimonlilcene !
'You see. a barjj';: Is blgwrfind I SINCERE
'( on the waterways Another -
ildes higher In the wa'rr'i Michael Cain
I era had! enOL U. Starring
Tlic sides ate hlicher too. und'

HAITIST. ELK. MOOSE. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE AND <,iulj:! have bPB'i UP about

SUPPORT IN TilE COMING DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY: FIRST IN 'en with the dock ft W 11l11I," BAKER e e e S S is the MAN!

};XPEIUE CE. PROVEN INTEGRITY CAPABLE:: :1Ilt! : Irl. 'o.t", KMJFKAKN; ; Jr. ,
I-linne 47.S-4.S40: I
RELJAm.En'ICIE"JT.: :" "THe boat lode ]q ver In the Elect Your Present Constable ii.x BI4.S Politii.il) Atlvi-rtlst'me.nt PaId For By

niiter." he rontl..i'.ed: "and Kftywtone. Height. I'liu, D. Anthony (Tony) Baker1hi

O. J. MURRHEE, SR. v.lien we docked wi \ha.l to RAY E. CHANCE
unload car '0 ly llf lnrj' it up

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(Paid political advertisement paid for by O. J. Murrhee. Sr.) }lie smll"d. thinking to litm-

I self.. "That's not ea-y wIth one I.AKK:-KKA: SI; ON; K: IIMMIITS-HKI.MOKKli'liihli : :
ai two hundred pound buns of
'i-rtlllzer." hs aided! _:\\ ulx-ii, nrvdi-il.. ,, Trulnt-d, In Flr..thl und Kewcin-. !
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The canal: route Koum.'on' 's A J

: boat followed from Santa Fe car: riiilix-il| |'| ( and iriurkcil ut own <-'pc.It| ,. FalililyllallTT9 i iTo

Dr. Robert M. Lake to Waldo wu construct-'
i'il In 1879. The water, rt>utwas .. _HUH |I.r."\rn 11111111''.V tit K'1' fair' '""I "'<|iiul. law enforceliipnt -
mill .MTvlfi* I to I llu,< |>iiilc.K | .
\ operated In its prl'iie

sears. by fie lullroads! : th "UI ('()N'eIIIl' KVriON \\ UI I." IS I.! AITKKflATKII.i : : I II
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PATERSONMEMBER f 101 Ida Coat: and I'cnlniii'n .
l'i.I'UI Adv )
Railroad dui the Same Fe __ I _
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Canal for some SS'JOOO
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This wati' r highway hPlpp I II

to make Melrose Into a poyu'nr II I

I, winter >*sort chirlng th. I
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONDISTRICT I
IPBO's and eirly 91))'&. Bil'("'tlv

i minted excursion boats( curry-

ONE-CLAY COUNTYMY InK winter taul bitg. steumeJttielr !

\\ay from th- rail.oa",

PAST AND FUTURE POLICIES AS A it WaUo: through the canals

MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD ARE : I[ I rS ,

rose.About 1
the sam time Melose -
1. To attract a select group of mentary and secondary schwls,
: was fast brf'omlm, t>r ,. '
teachers to our county and retain and providing better vocational center of a thrlvlm cItrus Industry I .I

those devoted teachers who training for those who will seek which had bi-uun some- ,

like our county and our children mployment immediately following Urns! after the Civil War. A I ., J tdj.

by careful consideration of their graduation. I newspaper aitlc'.e.' apparently I L.

salaries, working condition cur'riculum 4. To gibe the greatest care I published In 1838 described I
the town a.. "An l.iland: point
class size instructional to the financial management! of
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and library material, and by t Ihe entire school system t providing I shipped f.om which yea.-ly., 20.000" Tr-e) boxes same ale I Windows \With The Best ViewFrom Clay County School Board

maintaining harmonious! communications a superior school system by I aitlcle Identifies six: different

between the staff and making the best: use of every proves In the area around DISTRICT :3

the faculty. available source of educational I Melrose. our tellers! windows!!, we !'lee. each

2. To build efficient attracfunds! : Local State Federal and Oranges were one of the: week the people who are going places !

tive air conditioned class room Philanthropic. main reason for thu construction financially They are the systematic savers : :

for our rapidly increasing school These were my pledges to the route.of Barges the water and boat transport loads' who make every pay day a I steppingstone BILL BEAm

population ((50% ) increase since voters four years ago. Progress rf fruit were shipped across to the things/ they want most!!t out

1960)) at the lowest cost per has been made in all four areas the lakes to the railhead at of life.

square foot in the state. during my first term a your Waldo after 1880. To acco-n-

3. To exrand the curriculum. !school l board member. We will modate the traffic, the railroads College Graduate Engineer
KEYSTONE BANKMember
from the STATE
built
Increasing the academic program continue to progress if you will a spur
Walilo to the
for the college bound. Broadening give me your vote of confidence canal terminal so passengers at and cargt. F.D.I.C. Keystone! Heights, Fla.
PROVEN
the cultural programs in the ele on :May 3rd. Quid be transferred! directly COUNTY LEADERPd.
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
(Pd. P<'>1. Adv.) :rom boat or train.

But the booming citrus Industry Community." ( Pol. Adv.)
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FOVRTEE1: nRAnFnno convTT Tr.i.rmtArn.: UTARKW. nnttmA


1"1'1,1:1" ; are available) from the I two chlldien, of Cocun. visited i But 1U pollen falling far and 'the); new members with Plaza

I Clay/ Electric Contest Winners tWill co-op office cr from each calendaror 4 I Mrs. Brownlnu aunt. M h. I', wide certificates. They v.111 theil'l J, I 7 i I

'I school library. Martin si1.:::! JlVJlNTS: : 1Filday. l.e Be.isley. last Friday. I Will bring &more roses In Its Initiation for the new I Barber Shop

Get Trip To Washington I Essays! will be Judged on the i Mrs. Georite Sch"-ffel' and I placeMELROSE near the end of ,,"choo!.

basis of knowledge: of subject < ., daughter. Martha: .lecontlyapput \ The Melrose Public Llbl'." Y I I Starke I'luz.i: :
Apr :22: Keys'! in! ,
All-expeiue-pnld. "OOY('11\- rose in Putnam Cotmly; ; end I I 140 |per> cent I orUinttllty I 130 Ili-Uhts( !) Public Libiary openj; the wl'ekel1d'I.h Mrs. I ,..vvvvyv'vvvv.yqyy.v,. held an "Oixn House" at the Baptist I Near Winn-Ifiie)

mint in ", (.tion" I tit I 'Ss to Hie1 I Siintu Fe. in Alncliua. per cent )I. composition.\ 10 per | house. 3 30 until S p. m. i iTuesday. Sihaeffer's( other daughter.! Parish House In observance 01 FU-st. Bpttst' nV J. D Andy Dobson

'nation's> capital city ili be Local winners will\ join; the t ('nt. neatness I 110 per cent)I. Api. :2ti':: -- Keysto.r t( : j ;Mary Ann. In Jacksonville.: On National\ Library Week. Bowen pastor: Ralph Oor Proprietor

a-Wflixk'd 10 wlnnors4irT( nil '(- viiini'iH of jJinlliir <(cor.u-sts<' : and I Kriimmnr. 10 )per ceiu.Deadline Woman's club lun."he.m nn etI'I Sunday aftel'n:>on. Mrs. SchI I I As part of the program th land organist.
YOUU :
by other' el-elrli cops for submitting, essays net let' ,called on former n.'tuli-\ first and second arad.'s ntMehose PATRONAC12VVides. ( :
"R. 5--wrltlns) contest E. T. i>IJOl\1o.1l't'j> lim. 12 noon. Key..toni- fc'c.ioo! By Sully/ RothhdinmerPERSONALS Worship services : Sunday
of 1\19.1'-1 ( ncro.ss" the n til tun on the will be May 2. after which, Lurtt. the Bill Cnnnon Elementary Sc'iool I -
tin: manager Clny.. I library.( ProKiam \by IItl..Hl.tll'| | f'lmIlY'1 \II a. m. 7:30: p. m. I Itiureerjipcnl. .!is- ---
Ctae') 'R tI\'e. nnnuiii'ieori I t-ifiir, to WnshlnHl.ou. All cxM'IIPM iliv.ili.Ms will\ be .selected to Emma Knte :M.iiu'ltlJ.' Clay: In nearby University ...&..... .. ....., I piesentcd a play entitled" "Th" Wednesday. 7:30: / p. tn
of the '-cillY i triii Interviews Cannons who had (Ihiee children Kin of Kno\\le1.le.:: Mrs. Wl-
week. I I \ I appear I )In person for \ County Youn:< Re;>u\llc.H1\ Sunday School 9:45: a. m :

All I junior class members in starting June 6, will' be paidh by II committee) of ClUb inscthm! H p. m. City' I before' moving/ from Key- : nona Blanton directed the ]. Ti ..mlna Union \
Mi. and Mis. R. W. Heuman nursery open
EleC'trlc.1.0 u'tin said.Contest tone Heluhls. now have' eduction. assisted: by :Mrs.Lallle .
Uf lom liluh "It ()IL" IV.Ni \ Clay .nidges. Hull council\ room. open] .
(nursery
:
fOln'l and their six children of Chaseland MudsCWorley 6:30: p. m.
by Clav Electric are Vllaib!* toenler e'intr i nis WIll \bo This Is the first) year that year old Jimmy of whom Crenshaw. Mrs. I
Ie-I has II .C Justly prou.Mrs.:! Cannon Ohio have bean vUiilnu and Mrs. Billie\ Jean CUliltomfade!
the contest Mni'tlntcl aired/ to submit a 500 to ('III. Electilc sponsored -C'IIL""II.

The eligible schools ar. ; j Key- word\ l"INIon; tinIsubject ol ,.:i pMKiiy-wrllliiK! contest) and week's issue' will curry more I Mild that MI' and Mis. Gone I Mrs. Heumau's parent lelt the foi E Jones. St. Williams FT. Tlioma.- For Florida' Mvlnj

tone Heights! and 'thane electric (cooppratht i n and rural IVartln expressed hope that 11 .peclilc Information. Whittle\ / and children! -- a'si D. Lonuneckors. They Grades: thl ee t throuan eUht KellY. priest In charge. ; Mrs 0 Get More

Park in Clay County. :Mel electrification\ Ritsou/po mRw. v 111 become( an annual event I UUiU.I.SI'pUO"t: : him\ mel' Keystone nelali'iors) St. Petersburg! Wednesdaymorning participated; in a book: jacket E. A. Lamm. organist.. 1 YOU

Local: ) contest winners will' :NK\V' : ( ONSTITI'TIONOn : were' movlna &:Ion tn( FolkSiOii.On ; \\'hel they were to.' contest. Students en'ercc'' Masses. : Sunday. 9:15: a. m For Your $ $ ]
wlhIII':
:
t t'nvcl by plane to WaMiliiton. /- \Vdimi'( -(da'\ evenlnu. Ai r r.u. where they are bulldinn\ anew I ipend a few days book jackets of books they hat'' slons. S to 5:30: p. in. endS Sat-I
Cdtheltdlll' No Salaried'
returning
D. C. where they111 t the! wives of the KeyUui.- Jiome Quite totncldtns-\ ; Heuman's read. Many: attractive deslin or eomI -

E. CHERRY.IJ 'jii'nd:1 five days visiting place : heights linns hel.1 the second ell)'. Mrs Cannon* disr-o'.eierl: ; to Cleveland by all1from were exhibited using variousart urday. I missioned Employee

of historical interest and /see- I meetlim ol their own atth..- Uiat tho Don Pan bom's Tampa.' Woman's Club me'la.Judaes Novena and RpneUictlot'Monday. nAn) & lun r.\RSEl'
The !
li.u: "the Government In action. Clay!" El. vtilo Cmlerrn-e. riflualiter. Donna and her for this contest wee: 7:30: p. m. ;
6. A llclou lunch IAKK; TO WORK
met April ; ?
A :\ N OF KXPERIKNCK': : ;=" \ ." HJOI11: tlh P: 4 "Ic'ellt ile'cn hi'sbem! and) children ore llvinc was served by the hostes: > Mrs. Edith Wallace. :Mrs _fntrrilrmoiilnalliinal. )

U'lldt\ prealdliia.,:: T'lo' new con- : In her nMsMHirlmd.! ns wellrfs \ James Neal and: :Mrs. T. J. Community Church' Di' YOU
,i Benefit
Mrs. A. Elliott.! MIs. R. Stevens !
A JI.OJ.' INDICATION: I I litutionm I tead. and ah1l'O'Cl ;)- Mike Walrnth and his wife. and Mrs. S. Swanbum. A jhort Spurock. who l'epoI.tethcl:\ ; 1\. C. How. minlstor: Mm

KEYSTONEHILITES 1 afteia few ch.umes.: Lcs Bcnsley has I b 'cn buymaklnji I job was not an easy ore. Callvlol'lIantHt( t I
.. business: iiieetin\ followed! tin* 3eore
of yeaily duets freqrent till!>s to Talli AH Sixes ) ,
Tlv" m.Uter > Winners for the books: by 9:30 m on Display
\lair votr .inn) ,Miipjuirt fur. Comity CiMiniiNnloiier.' settled and th? medlmnlitht >'ha,. e as nenpral mnnaaer of'I luncheon. 1. Sunday' School. : iv. 8-10-12 Wide
\ Tulsa Okla. room! : 8th Oinde GcriyTeske. Worship. 11 L iniKurserr !
Frank Rowe of Moinlivit
putrid 2. I( Irty County.A the FlM'l'n F.lectilc Cooperative -
: : I
will'\ be. the. first Wednes- has beenIn : Is vIsiting: his daughter' and 2. Joe Moore. 3. Joe I (open both hour.tj.Kpl 1 l/2* Haths
Association.
nuUte .uiiil' lilc-tim;; resldi-nl. of (lay {'''''lIly. I w""Id l lKrinc ", CIH.V: of each month. All wlvei.iiiothers. lIe family MI' and :Mrs. Co.irat\ Moore. and KnpundaMes; ,

to this .position. iniiny .VPHro ut aIiiiiIph l l r"|M.rlrnpe.I '. [From PrecedingDrivers' ritlelI / ( .sisters. mini daunh- the proreos" of rett'iv-i his demons and his son and f imlly. 7th Grade 1. Madalyn Wcg- : co-mi)

I hirvr, .....\.d(| on. I tlii* Bmird of Comity'' C'i'>mmls..lonerH' nnilon Course mrs of Lloni are eligible! ) tT office moved from .I.laclcontitle Mr and: Mrs VII sle; Rowe hor t. 2 Phyllis, DeValencla. 3. St. Anne's ReiV" W
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the Hour. (I of, .'.."Ih' IiiN. t nut'. "Iin. I Improvement to Tallahassee. and Ihe Debra New and Used8Yr.
)Oils) week at the Cll.v Hall .loin.n.. lIe'en new TRl1aht"ospe office will\ and Danny. Shortrldiie.6th Worstnll. vicar; B. O. CopoInjid I
President!
I If ..l II4'l...d. I shall ..t.1.1II' all I UIIM-H to tiring roo..p'.r.11| ... The ooune will be held on sides olrkl't.s! aie' Vice op n around May 1. tIn toi'tiin. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wil Grade 1. Eddie:! Jaco'jy: '! oi-naul.it 'financing available

between nil County; Olttrhils.. ..., HM ,I'H.V.| ||; ('omniKHionrrM. nn
Iliiiiril' ;.Mfinhers.. and l l1111 te Pi.'slclint: sister. Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Al- chett. mon 2nd and 1th Hun eta yi \ --- --
I "feel t IliU ulll' tiring Hliniit eTtli1lentl.v ;hem's\( each day Net I'allleyq111 be nnvhia to
mill ;jel. ,.l..)....."..1"1111th." .. operation; of ymir twoluxlie (conducted by a member! of the, TI'I1.'III'I'1'< Mat TrtKshassee. : In the lute sunsIn' I day an- family of .Ala -hll". Mh Grade 1. Sicily' Hoirn. I-' i>::30 a. m. I nursery open) Use!!( Our Renla I-Pur.

tll' .,,,,n.UnK'. *. Tlorlcln htteh".iy. Patrol. This V liite.. and Tall-Twister Y Peo1Vlnf.lenbaeh and .on.i :2. Debbie Reed. 3. Louise Holy Eucharist and sermon chase: Plan-- Pay-menu

has, al.so b-en (rolled OffensiveUrivtrw K.. S.-haelf: Helen and Ramos DaiWhians : I twiner r. fainllv of I 0',-thins' i Joe> and:! famiy! dlove to "*po-: Helfrich. tat and 3rd, Sundays.! 0:30: A I Under $.>0 PerInnth:
l > SpeniP-llrimas.
TH>:NKIN(; YOU IX AHVANCE; : FOR YOUR : The cost of the cournpis > ( elentrd: to thpnlll'd Keystone residence \\ 11bl"\ I pka. for a visit with her! son1 4th and 5th Oraie 1. SylvIa M. I outset y oCnl.) 1 C'liur l _
were 1 In-law and tfaushter.! Mr. and! School 9:30( A. M "Holy Eu I
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VOTE AM J SUPPORT. onlv $2 -a mere 25c nil rther'tnrs.Th" I'ovln" 11"0In the fap-e: : Thompson. 2. Lana Jacoby. 3. I
hat le.irn. l> of >Mrs. Dick Oitradner. M s Jeff McPheison. oh-arlst.. 8a.m. euch Sunday
)hour and \\ : yon olficlrtl! of the or- hble future: The Harold Ridsimhit '
name NOW
-\\. E. CHKRHYTol. may save your life. Call :\1I'H. KiinUnt'nn' was. de.ai'8d: !: to b' family will mo'-p to Pa- I I Win'/cnbach's son.! Chirlrs 4th Grad\ 1. Betsy Hlde:: Evening! Pj"i.ver. 7:30: ) P. M
m: flew In horn Mexico wills! 2. inch Sunday. EYC. 6:0':: P. M
John Bh d. 473-4709. for further >rel hts Llon- this where :Mr. RHau'jht'f ta be Terry Clayton 3. Cindy : )
Isle K.-y-nnB I
( A 1 r>irtlciil.u\ >. ellas.] Its: purpose() 1 ii to a?. I II lstir bu'lness will be takinn! him j j them. Saturday.' Charles left Young. 1 each Sunday Mobile Home Site
The Woman's Club will hold Lqot rJne.'dI1Y. P\t Hus- Sunday morning for Washington 3rd Giade I Mrs.. Jones I 1.

"I a unique' luncheon IfleetiIh'ht.his I I!" I I.lons In nnv woman'prolea. ell B. D'e2111l. J1'., of Pln-'lla-\ I Sympathy) for the familyof Diana Copeland. 2. .Jody Bass. DaiLy offices of Mnrtiln AVAH.AHI.K: -
\-ilr-h acquires a
\ | and Eveninq Trayer. 8:00( AM.
'' :Mrs. E. H Yate_. of River- :
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A
| month. On Tile- .y. I r'M. Park and a friend stometl. at 3. Gloila Wlneis. Full Lake

:: 'they will\ tour the loc.il I I i tcnirliTh" i I.lonelJas: will huve, R.S the homo of Pvt. Deell. n'5 dale. Maryland who pa3 ed 3rd: Grade I Mrs. Nol"' lfI I 1 : ami 5:00: ) P. M.I'rrxMterian I homestead Privilege: '
EsemptLake
M-hoo) plant and SIT nil thenew hrlpin In .nn-'t Mrs. I p, B..' ,'pfor a away Tuesday! aftsr E 'tel', Carolyn Bierer. 2 Jiner C'n-! -
their loot t I
I protect.
<
I ) .
Financing
I facilities for .education( I I 'lie\ creation: nf a Keystone "Istt rn route to S. C. wlicei :Mrs. Wln'mibach's s! ter. applnl. 3. Jeffrey Wilkinson Faith \sl.vtpi-lan' ii C'lmnvi' ( ,

'If 1 '".v will nipot. at the ne'mnashlln \\' Heluhts float for the, paiadc a' "i 5 wnild board, a plane forM MI' and\ Mrs.\ Billy E. Levine' Refreshments. of )puiu-h an'il I Rev, .1 R Npale Jt minister -

'\ at 1'J nonn AS th' the' Lions .ctBte Convrjitlon !Ir Milch. Oermanv. followln-s of Ausuburx: Germany are the j coklp> sv( ...eel'll':1: by t'ie | I : ;\.11'. W. A. Wallace: otjanlst Geneva
of inteicsl.' They \prou parents of a son b'JMen I
II-t point
: 'in furlouah due to Mrlrc.V011l'11"
Ti"k'-nvllle! In :May emeraiicy Club. Sponsors ; : Mis! Carl! SwlMicrsumnici
will meet\ Miss Emma K. All ellalble! Llinel'iis an lie. :eath' of his father :March 3Cth. They hive tw. : of the Llbl'Rry.I I' oi rtnlst.
1 M I.,intlleld at the rafelvrln, and : llaxfl. Helen and FrankleDoyle. o''h 'r c'lildr'n' Bi'lv! v.pio- Trailer Sales
iii-ied HlIen.-! 'the nex' visitors '
to called
( ny duringthe ; Sunday School II.-i. ... m
will\ be thlr< hostess! lit moted to Staff Soil His parents
-lii. .
: chllrtn-en 0111': and
ineetiiiu.( April 4 ))"rbib'y, nth" I afternoon :Mornina. Worship. 11 a
and declaied :! m ,
will\ 111'1'.11'0: nn1 Mis. Noniraii .
luncheon: lifter which slit Mrs. Prank Dovle. dl'oHh On Clout. 1 inn, due :Mi In !'!IF.Kp |
: O tike them on n tour of I the library t CIa v Elei t trie Conferencer.oom. notice: wll'' lends to Miami to spend David Levine of Meh ose. He the affair\ hum-' ,ucce., SunHny, I INiu-sery open ooU! :> (lonc hletahis
mind If slot
hours.I
wlieie they will hold 1 I hulven In a In ti'r l.,sue. E.i. -ter weekend! with Mr: and ainduated! : from High School I ; Open Sun. & Evening.
June 1957 and! attended I
their mpetlnw. I : Eastern -
\\ (I \JJ.'oI'S:: IJOI.F Mrs. n-imon Portrla. of that -I------
TheVomal1's Club! PI 041el4-! city! Kentucky Teachers Colics1.1 -- --
\SSN.. KKSI'I.TMMri. : '
tlve Breakfast having l bf'.I'' I : Arthur Ketch his been We were phased to se Roberta before enlisting

postponed will be hplil on dre'ii'pH, 5, or the chum.v D'>:id'R young daiiKhter Conuratulatlons! t to MarineL.
Wednf.sd.iy.: Apr. :27.! startlit"nt I' 'nner the III Ducky's Ihe other day. with Cli James H. Kllhl'nl: KEYSTONE([ HEiGHTS-MELROSE[
; w '''* '">, "' ('"m:- 'titlon t of
''''- 8 ::30 nt the home of :Miv. 'Ci\I '<'ie" Woman's Oolflnw: her mama and one dotItvj wife on the arrival of a daimh-!
41 fluid Nelson. The main ter. Kithy Lynn. T'.iiir-Hay.' !
.
; Kinnr'mnnima Keystone
-1.111011\ :Mi's Anthony
will bf nt the home olJ1rs April 7 at the N. A. T C. Hospital '
w. course Hel'jht '
; shou'd! \ be filled\ "the BUSINESS
| I Mauls) i Is i iiinni-r-np. ConohII"n DIRECTORY
at : John Bird at !II) a. in I town of beautiful children." (\ Jacksonville. Pn"'nal
went, ) to Mrs.,
I awai 1 i
Around, I 10(I n. m. I the. I urnuu' will Aftei'radlng! thus far. you parent Is Mrs. Maude Comer,
) E
\ 'mlln..wlthfl's
JjI 1 move t to the City Hnllhl'l'f( P.VVhil-iM.v"'.Vleiwcn! .. runner-up. may 'h'a"e ''i'f'81fr.: thnt. someonp Melrwe School Lunch, Room -t

they will enjoy their f&ivni& lie other than Mrs. Thomas I Is ManaKPr. .APPLIANCES
Flit l Flight winner& st'ioMo's. I MELROSE limn: REPAIRWant
.Ini-, .. The. coot for this morn- F \\vrlflna! her column this w -ek Weekend guests of Mr. and
: F. Alkenrunnerup
tilts of enloym"ntvlll" \ h" $1.25. :Mrs. W. H. Al'eii was her Us- FEDDER'S Auto Service ?
Untol.tul1'lely.llnC'e Paneling
To Friends and T :Nfrs. O.i.v Lit III.tston Cjnsolailon / !Mrs. ;
My t'r.Ir:
:Mrs. :
ST. IVIM.IAM'S NEWS an3 Robert B.iker
I M-lnn-r! for FlrM Flight/ Thomas acquired the column! HEAT PUMPS Need :Shelvintf; ?
As SO often happens; evciy sev lust ftummei. w,' have lost and family of Quincy: andlies' chard ,Jnnr, '
Prop
Citizens of was Ms-i| Huntley Redfearn/ ,, I I>fHrl'll'l'd: Fi\ins7:,
Clay CountyI el'al'e: I's St Edward's WiIIlam'lICIHIIWI. parish. Sr.. and runner-up was Mrs. touch with\ oln {s-on in out also mther.of Quincy.Mi Mrs.. E. A. Chester, FOR YEAR 'ROUND! Former Owner J L. Motors (\1.1,:

\\ hlC'h Includes SI Fremont Tolles. town. No lacer on the pulse\ : COMFORT( :MacclennyOoncial /
II'hn INV pnslor : OPorze Valencia> spent KEYSTONEHome
s a
no nos:: : to the ailnl-stonc: n'>
the nine-hole II
I \ like In i announce, that I am n candidate( J .,tl1t'l' Kelly has 1 pinuphis= ) III (compel sir to the around etc. So the. weekend in :Miami vlsMv! ) ;, CONTACTREDFEARN'S \ Pcpalrn
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I tion. :M-s. Harold Hill ton Repair
for County Commission( : : for J District> : No. 2. .1'iorons 't.ejit of I luklivi (cure of : waJpplanvl if this Is 1 lo..s than Interesthm her! fathe. Mis! Junes. Arbcun! *
I Ihspiiltual; \ needs of the. pnr-, (/ rlil\| champion. 1"s., we have onlv ourselves' who Is In the ho=pltil in Mi Hew & Used Tart & Impnncment! SeniiI .
to
I wiw: bom( "'ml( retired I in (Clay Cou uty. atten,linjr l- Islioiiei'H of St tth\ \ 1'' d',.. :Murshull'. Gallop wus runilfr-! hiame.! It would take more: ami. APPLIANCES 0 Standard Oil Products I I'. O. Box 12

( School married a i Floriilti. gui onltl1o,, up.iiiiitxicv Duplicate Bridge WinnersIuIt
Clay County tthli-li include not WES uorsi I,: than one Issue to nel "rack in Keystone!' lIell hl'l.!' F1.1
Kmrna Smith in 1036.! : I have been a taxpayer (nf Starke and Kry. .toiwlleiulils The Meluhts Public the saddle agaIn' f'or'hlch week : 1st pl.ic< ?-:Mrs. B. For Free EstImates! t ;ZMELROSi; Phone t73-l7t.'i:: :\

since reaching/ the age of. 18.I but tho \ the prisoners 2nd place! :Mrs.' Roland Bryan I
:\ In Marrlenny.!: HI.loliH
on Friday. Am-. 215. from Eileen B.sI I'ett of Cam- 17.11252T t USED rlall/.lnn/ 'In .this S\I:
I am a nti-nilier; of t the Method< ist Church of at the State Pilson., and I and MI'. I.oyd: DI1.: an. 3rd I CARS for I Hie ('iii'. .'.flICilu
1 30 to :5 o'clock In observance' bl'ldIR's.; Is s-jendiii'i a
Orange Park A member nf the Agricultural Stabilisation the patients at the State Hospital ,- place-Mrs.' Emerv. Cooer; anj1.U's .
(of Natlnnnl Lib! OI'Y Week The week wHh., her frlciifrom" V Service Center of the tlftniwmner.Serving
Conservation Service Chairman of in Macclenny. and he has \ R. P. Voah: 4th I p'aceMs -
/ and ( pi'blle I Is Invited 'to In Collep! days Mrs. John St''ans: Hanks Used Cars (Clay and
drop nt .
; \. .1. K. THIF.S!'!,
under Civil -one on ro better I lliln s'-we Palcy Boyd .in.1 :Ml-s\ Iva ProprietorA
: of Agriculture
Board of U. S. Dcpt.) ( / Miss Barrett elementary CiMinlirtJUUSIORY ;
'this !time. If you ore a newcomer an Hlllyer. thorl7. d Motorola Fhllcflales IrHdford

Defense, (Cntllt.'man"cilllion"' Past :Master\ ,nfCuluil !>opat 1'.1 h1! lake Edward. Wales.}' hiby. a nn- to Keystone ..\" s.reihaps School learner.: Is on HprlmiiMitlon FhA'' Sell'' -''.i..t\ Can' .t at !und !Service' llli( CASH DISCOUNTT ) (

l.odjre No. IH5. I'ast! Patron of Order ofEastern you will want to reals- \ She and Mrs. Strong Melrose. .. fin All Makes. .
has Friday Meh'OlIeHIh
hi' e of I.lini rick. Iiel.uul.) was '
: Star' No. 45 l : York !Kite Bodies: and :Moi-oc- been. appointed) to the nionutiental mand become a regular pa- I i.ended: Regis College In Schaul.; Palaika SciuaiHi i TV RADIO' / STKRKO: : T .K: It1; S

oco Temple. -( : task of leplaclnx Father I h-on iron. c'onisin If you are and already welcome a pi-thei I /fiether.Mrs.Western: Massachusetts, to- I h School Palatka Junior \ O'lflmriteed-( niX R TVVork RentalKryatnn IM'V' SKII ___ TUADI)\': ').C.C arnes Nurse

Kelly.\ Ei> > at St. \VI11.lIn' \- I Hluh School. .o 11\ Wltrl'lI\\-!
ryoni .
3
Height -"fI\1:\ Klnnhn-
I was: emplliyed::) for six years: by I he FloridaState make hit. i lewcomer.sSEK : F. A. F'ltaatutt-k; nnd rls Hlirh Seh'I,)) of Ifs tln <. IliwnV )100.
wax h.ippv) to: :: rk.
Chief Inspector. After : : ,t fiOCIII; MOVIE: II! nt. i flux "tun !Miles :SR> : of Sl"
!
Racinjr'Commission) a* / I i. QtIiI nit suico' nl1"l111'l.q: on iiivhter. Marian of Norfolk.V.i I Tlv four C.-tite.! : 1st con- AUTO REPAIR Nursery Slock; Th".

work/ tr with the Florida I Highway I : Patrol, for Suni.y The ITnlteJ Chun h Wotneiiif who are hous'znfsls' ol te-t -Public SpiMkina wjn \\.\'. i lUll x :'Mils.! ;Sitar: ) ,. rinds of ria1'ok! V.111

two yearn<, I resigned i to RU; into business) < : : for myself Still tlivj (I'M Snn-1'iv Annd :?l (. OalnesAllIf\ .* I the Keystone! another! of :\h'". Fltzp.itrick'sclnuiihters. bv Palalkn's: jthn Oraham. Goetzman Bros. Tr to chl'OlMl from NSliade

!' \ beinjr engujred in farming cattle and ti ,iiber-) until' further notice Sunday I.ff \\'tht" Community C ul1'l'h MI'q. 11011'01UL.\ ; 2nd Cjnte .- Paillame.ita.y: Trc.'. ***.*..:;?...."

land. At the )>1'l>:oJent. I am a jnilpwood broker.If Mass' will! start at 9 ::30 a. Women afflllntedl I will spon- ton of Kevston HcUht.:, / pl'oC't'dIJle.:1': by a te.nn oJPnlatka Garage WE HAVK:: UOOU ft. I Lands. HP( rlvstA I Huinr.

In \1on 'nv rvenhvj Novell" (or! a benefit movie entitled. h.ne. alonz with their hostess'rl'en Senior Hluh Chapter: REPAIR WORK() ,u.en'oIInci.5' ,plant, any

I elected will not be dictated by any person: or :Service( Is still scheduled lot "The Boy Ten Feet Tall" at (' :' to Miami and ot'ie.' 3rd contest Strlix-! B.1I1d- MOTOR BODY) PAINT1Ml I'seil (Cars and Tnu-k Cenieltisi", & ? I...

special interest: Rnnips) and will ulwu'utt.. on 7 :30.! mirl: :Mae on TuesHnymornlnx the State. Theatre on W Unto points of Intel eat thisI e. k. won bY Palatkn Junior Chap PORTABLE "' 'MI.OI: O I Let t IM! rJ" vn.I' boils' spur

every issue: on the basis of what 1 think is right. are at 7:45.: as before. \i-erMty Ave. at 10 a. m. Satur- They ,,11PI'olnbJy\ drive! on ter. 4th Contest Tractor:: driv-I \l n Lawn :Mowrrn--Oullmnrf. At "''.iiviuig' : Prl"1! Phase 111"111.:; .

ny. Apr. 23. Adml -I'n( will\ down to K"y West before re- in*.' bv Junior
'The Altnr I Sorietv will hold I won JI; dot 11 ol Motor' itch\
1 nni grateful fur the many; old friends" alone In"t'l1l1l1oll t >f Officers! on be. (85c for adults, : 35c for t-hil- tumlivi' to Keystone: H"IlIls.l!!: :Melrose( Jib!'.,. The DIsh: it Hwy 21 I Kc.v.itnnp Height If We ]Hunt lUvr It .' ''c( .....-.\C" .,. sro'ti. .;_ _.

with I I the new ones: and! ask the support of f every SUI1<1t, .. May 1. and next then Proceeds will be, used for Rev. an
citizen/ i in (Clay (County.t I elected, I pledge to cooperate ; i tlip Bell. Nurs'M-v for working have !returned home after at- \ Apill 23.: Winners. Filday) rh
'mothers.: } ) \ Oalnesxllle.This \ tendlnit the futifral of RPVFather's will compete: with the Sub Nit..q Sun. 473.1133I :\ :
with t the other I::0111..11l'I11'e.. : \ ", County &
MURRHEE I Is a aood( family movie sister-in-law.,* I Distilct of our level.Rlverland Hwy. lot) Krystonr Hits.m Package Store

Officials aittj, county employees.Elbert' !iLl, a hiuh I'n lIl\l! Ota Rather wife of his brotlie. Cor-ference Track I Auto' Sales & Service :t- 1570 (: (' 'Po'S. ('..,

Insurance Agency sihI; \1.1.'ORI.n IKIT.: VlrHll. In Arkansas: City j I :Meet at University: Florida\
: I\'n: Thev home HiTliun Authorised Dealer For Open I 9} A.M .12 1'. M\. Ex''
D. Saunders General Insurance Recently Pvt. Rhett came Track Field Friday: l.'t PaeBronson I

:MA Hutch 1 Fo:<(. who does clerical :':lY. after. being BOne for I 2i'd Place- :Mel- Chrysler Plymouth VallenSimca BI'.U"I'f'IIOI': Sundav: ,
..1"- CASI'AI.TT!! Kverv' SellS' "I.
RIS.t'TOnnsn''*" woik at, his army post in .nearly, a week.Congratulations. I'o'e. 3rd Pli'eTns'lc'm4. 'h International! Haivester Dam-P ..I

Kevnton H.I 11'1>t... 47.V47S: I Oct many, was busy t.'plnlkt- : \ to Jack: our" Place Cedir Key: 5th Place I I Trucks Scout 4-Whcc! Mush I<<< of C""II \!I' '

( Pd. Pol. Adv.) lers and m..mC1I'Rndlt'h"l1. one lllllnn! Bannon on the birth of -Boll.? Drhc.Clayton The Fireball. tll'I
KEYSTONEBEAUTY 4 "111.p'.T' :
) hI[ the. addre -c.s had a famllar (heir fifth son. M I irk on :Mon A upeclal birth: av dlnne-: I Revels Kr\'S1'1): : 1HlI1C, : ;

Inc John Power.of the durant nay.: April 11. nt the! Bradford patty was held recently. fo- the j Chrysler-Plymouth SHOP

'( Comp;>!1In \WllmliiBon County Hospital In Staike Rev. Jean H.[ Chance .at the i ,

Elect DJWe\ womler if Mr They are really very. : haTpj"I111 ': VICdl a e. T:IPI'C were about 601! INT. roIith .r"hri-n>n, ''h'' "rPrrional LAKE LOTS) = '

.Powers l who) with his f.viUlv. a son( tlioiiali they di'' I ,pi'e.sent nt tu! dinner A .gift "SOROU'n.R..tI.I.: : Luke Geneva $.%..1111() 'I'

R. T. 'u-ert. In Keystone a number 01 : ('lire' to dictum of hnvlng Certificate was pre-ented t3: CLAYTON RfcVCLS",; Creative '.ike. UriMiitli. : n WO" ':

..<'ar" aurol! : I errs realised: that daughter after four bovs.Mrs. Him; by t.he1)fr.bors/ of hi* i 1050: SO.. ..ncrGrrrn Hair Styling; Trailer Lots I'O'I)( "p.n:

: "Dick"For i iH !letter fiom. O"I'mAnvI'oH W. Q Dowllns.! Jr hot ohurch. the Eplx.o.al.| Cove Spring 2n8l'( !Mf>KTIJAiKMrs. C\ t

LOYO1L -'ce1' by ..Ut.I.. .." Butch Fox I letnrnpd. from Saraminh., OatthMe Fl'lent.111 bo sorry to near In"hhhll\\' Heusuily. ... ('II." itVI'R.t N.L. ..... I U( :

; 4 lOSt of .their very '!,)id friends.Mr I she was called. by the Lhat L. O. Baldwin was admitted : : -I SPRING MOTORS Kvery: Form of Beanty Cultur- 'I8ot'la'''''.17"': I- "

: \ aiH :Mis Everett Fox? I ::res IInd d'Mth of her t 'h. t9 ]Brndto: County -iaspltal I Complete Service & M. Ilsen.;:
Part Poi Open Tues.-Sat.! 9-3i; R. Lo.orn7'\ -:4': -
Hun: 'X TIIF.KK: I cr. Funeral !service. tn\- :\!IrKnUht In Starke thl.s past Sat- VOL K S W A fl E N Closed Monday Capt. RealtdKEYSTONE

'5 : were held in Savannah .11 day. We hope him a fast\ "If It's Ki-, ', ,, .. S.E.McKay,
School Board Mrs :Miirv Cm'''", a For A Volkswagen } | n .Height 473-48A5
Clay County on April 12.: und safe recovery fF.1'jHTS
W _
TCi, \-tonpi and frequent forme'/. / eave II"
Students of Melrose. High 473-4S1
.in'tur., left. Wednesday 1 / Always Plenty of Good XJaet1' Phone
$ ,. )DISTKU'T) NO. :3! .:I'I.OeTO; A HUSK: School and friend oCIt's.. .
,i ir.u: of last' week (for her home Emily Thomas I Volkswagens In Stock Electrical Sales & ServirtYeoman's
Francis SUvhensons will be
in the North. Foe will\ return A. ro'e. blooming mDnr: the | Green rave ttnrlnr< *. ?M-9IV' _ _ ... 1'AUUANTS
)( ; glad to hear that she Is home
: A Sincere Capable Efficient "inln in t the! 111Vhlll'\ InK .hOt 11"VR pliipk-' away .I'om the Alac.iua Ge.ic.al MTTO !SERVICEKING'S\
'-IOIlt' she made her head- ,. Beidler's Holiday
I The h'an-' that lifted it <>en- Hospital In Gainesville wherehe Electrical
A Vote For Dick) I.morn/ 1 Is .\ Vole For nuirteis at the White Fl'nLh..rl. tIlt] from Us testing pUre was a latieiu. for two RestaurantUnder

I 1'rosres.sive!: : : County Schools. Court.On ,HHS. Sales
S, placed! It In a cpecli'niche. reeks Hel'Ith perIod:: Science Service & ServiceFrlgrlrlaire New Ownershipon

ti PAST .I'KKFOItMANCK.: ) : NOT( Ft'TUKB I Ea-stfr, 8'1I\' <1I1Y. the I class presented her with a Station PARrnrs:
: Oeoi"je Schaeffer's had a'rskoiii Tlw bree7e. a chonis of mi { '' -ift.; charm for her bracelet USED!\ CARS AT Appliances '"' Food Morlel'lllltiv ""*. '...
.PKO.MISK: 1 ne
at their) Peii: h Street' voices, extols lu grace. She teaches Science and Homo HAROAIN: PRICKSELECTRIC Maytag: : Wnnhera" OPEN 7 DAYS WKrTKI.TFull

home Barbecued. spuwib eat-\ The sreutid on which Its for EC at 1\.Tch'o"p\ High: Zenith and Motorola TV Dlimvr f-iuirne* '

S Your \'Clt>te and Support. N (;ireally .\ppr dated. IT-. Indliled1, and :Mrs.Krnnk flier petals fell The Junior Beta Club of Siegler<< Heate.rs Aim' ('u.-TitaIIs'. "',......4SI

Dovli. Mi and Mrs.Qulnrev Smells wwreetly with a- faintperfume. :Melrose! Hlah. sponsored by .\ > ACETYlENE: : P. O. Box 160 Mnlruiir PIZZA FIE9BEKK !

I Oai-'nei" and son. Ed- vlrs Nimcy T.-.othakei. held AmeeUo'i' WFI nivr. I :

1'<1. P..I .\ tcxlny and: presentttd :MKI.ItOSK: : 473-JIS1: :! ''
Mrs.\ Charles Biowning/ and thorns without theII''o.\ ,,&-- : : I nltill1': -a-



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Tomatoes 19 LIMIT -T 1 SURF ,'.
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PAPER TOWELS :JUICE I SAVE 17t CHICKEN OF THE SEA !

ONlYATEE..EVERYHEALTHAND: I W rI 36%OI $1 j1
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'AAAAAAAAAAAAAA" A Evelyn Jones secretary; Toni I chopping. new appliances, and I Park; High School on a trip by .yyy .yyyy..yyy..yy..y Stolen Items
Stone, treasurer; Vicky DyaJ. products. Tim club made plans train to Miami on Monday 1
HAMPTON stewardship and 'program to hold a series of five setting then they will catch a boat for Are Recovered
Bayless
chairman!; Susan Dyal community lessons starting in late April. Naasau. They' will be gone a Hiway From Dahmer'sFelony
missions Sandy Anyone. Interested may con- week.
By Mrs. Mary 1Vilnrunsv..vvvvv..v.vv.v.vv.v. Youngblood, study Kathy tact Mrs. T. F. Brown, or be Mrs. T. F. Brown is spend- By' Mrs. O. E. Crosby' charges have been

Brown prayer; Darlene N'oi- at the next meeting on May ing several days with her eon uss.uAAS..uvuRevival filed against a local man In For
man, forward: step: and Jan 11 at, 9:30: a. m. During the and daughter-in-law In Mi connection with two burglaries Why We're
NEW OFFICERS Johns social social hour refreshments were I Begins April 24 of a Starke appliance
ELECTED BY RA's HOME DEMONSTRATIONThe served:: by the hostesses Mrs. ami.Mrs.. J. A. Williams spent The revival at Bayless Hi- store
Hampton Baptist RA's met at Home DemonstrationClub P. L. Estes and Mrs. D. E. Hill. Friday! in Brooker with. her way will begin Monday night Paul J. Newsome, 21' of
the church last Friday and met at Hampton City PERSONALS I sister, Mrs. Rasty Mann. She April 24 at 7:30/: each evening. Starke, has been charged with
elected the following: officers: Hall on Wednesday Apr.' 13, Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Estes was accompanied home by Rev. Waiter Pitts of Central two count of breaking and
Alma Rinson president; Joan when Miss Martha Sue Mc- left Sunday to be sponsors for her nephew, Jimmy Mann. Baptist Church of Jacksonville entering with intent to commit
HIn&on, vice president; Cain presented a program on the Senior Class of Grange Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon will be the evangelist. Every- grand larceny and with
and Janet of Cedar Key were one is Invited to attend. Special grand larceny on affidavits
tilting! relatives last Friday.Mr. singers are especlaly: In- signed by Deputy Sheriff DON fUQUA
and Mrs. A. O. Pope \1 ted. Dolph Reddish. Bail was set
will be spending two weeks at The meeting will close Sunday at 1,000 on each count.
their home here. May 1st, Which is Home- Newsome la charged with

; Do live here ? Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith coming, with dinner served at burglarizing Dahmer's Discount -
you and girls spent last week with 1 P. OT. Store on East Call
Rev and Mrs. McElroy in A 'special program has been Street last December 1, and In
has enthusiastic supporters
... planned for Homecoming. again on February 19, of this Congressman .Don Fuqua many
Alachua. in his campaign for re-election to Con-
Gainesville and Alachua County
Every member is urged to 'be year.
of Fairbanks
Mrs. Oiteen -
1.ataMS Notsau6odrd"n agent Vicky Monday with her at this meeting. Vlsitoi-s and Newaome was arrested last gress. We sincerely believe that he is the best man to serve our city and

aadaoa Naedte'ith..u I siner. Mrs Floyd Smith. singers'! are invited. Friday by Deputies Reddish county as our congressman.We .
lee Lfretoa laic.;' Mr. and Mr!!. Dowlin Blair, The Training Union of Bay- and Robert Myrick. Followinghis
,4 Suwann.. ami; girls of Perry spent the less! Hlxray enjoyed a covered arrest, lie signed state* felt you would be interested In Knowing why.
.. Lihrlty Nakull. olua"iaToylar union flay weekend with Mr. and Mrs. dish, supper In the recreation I meats admitting both of the .

lolaydp eroded Wayne Hinson and A. P. building at the church Saturday break-ins. We hear a great deal in this campaign about seniority. Just what Is
: to
According his statement
Johns. While here they visited night. About thirty-five ?
seniority in the Congress
fdrhr tt Atarhao Newsome entered the discount
tut'o'r members enjoyed wonderful
Mrs. Blair's! mother In Brad-
store on both occasions by removing
evening: of fellowship. .
Itaie"r ford County Hospital. Sam Whitehead was taken I an air conditioner In There ore three kinds of seniority (length of service).
Jr Mrs. D E. Hill was a visitor the rear of the building and
to.the University Medical Center -
to Jacksonville last Friday.. !In Gainesville Sunday. We crawling through the hole. First there Is seniority In the U. S. House of Representatives. The
Stanley Carter, who has, wish him a speedy recovery. Taken in the two burglaries only privilege a member of Congress receives for this is in having first
been stationed on a ship In theFar were two and
guitars amplifiers -
Mrs. Carrie Belle Faulkner his office and
choice in selecting parking space.
East, arrived home Sunday -: a Bulova. wrist wateh,
D.>
j of Jacksonville and Mrs. T.
for a visit with his parents -: a .38 caliber revolved, a ;,22
No Substitute For Experience Mr. and Mrs A.. C. Dennison -'. Stephens of Jacksonville were caliber revolver, a microphoneand Second, there is party seniority. The only privilege that goes with
a M.a guests of Mrs. Lonzi Norma.nSaturday.
r, 1 extension cord. Total valueof this seniority is to be the Dean of the Democratic side of the aisle, or

a : MAllORY HORNE'S RECORD OF EXPERIENCE The YWA's went to the Vet-:. Mis. Jo. Ann Orlffls and the stolen articles was estimated the Republican.Third .
a "inns Hospital In Lake City children of Raiford were at $523. Some of the
10 Years Service In Florida legislature :Monday night to visit! George guests of her sister and broth stolen articles were found InNewlIDme's there I.I committee seniority. This Is where the power in
Birt and Julian Frallck. er-in-law, Mr. and. Mrs. Don possession at the the Congress lies. By remaining on a committee, a member of Congress
: Voted Most Outstanding Member, Florida House 1963 Mrs. Margaret' Jones taught Newman Saturday night. time of his arret. advances in rank on that committee as vacancies occur, but always

the mission study. Panama the Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Johnsof starting at the bottom, regardless of length of service in Congress. What
: Voted Most Effective
Legislator Land Between. at the Baptist Jacksonville were guests of counts is the length of service on that particular committee, not length of
; Elected Speaker of House Church last Friday night. Mrs. J. L. Johns and the O. E. RECREATIONNEWS service in the Congress.For .
Mr. and:., Mrs. Arnold Had- Crosbys' Sunday 1 : Served as Chairman Education end dock purchased the W. A.
Higher Appropriations Power- Saturday guests of Mr and example Rep. Carl Albert of
ful Rules Committee Saxon home in
; and moved on Mrs. O. E.. Mrs. J.
Crosby and Oklahoma, who is the Majority Leader
.
Monday. L Johns were Mr. and Mis. and next in line to be Speaker of the
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baker Sherman Crosby and children LITTLE LK.VULK:
House, decided to ask for assignment to
.: --- IN SENATE DISTRICT 8 --- and children, and Mr. and and Mrs. Joe Greene of Registration has been ex. the Science & Astronautics Committee a
Mrs. George Williams were Gainesville.: Mrs Beverly tended through Saturday, Apr.
short time after
Fuqua was placed on
'. Isitlng in Jacksonville on Spence of Jacksonville: and 23. All boys interested are
thot committee. Thus he ranks junior to
: Vote Elect. Saturday Jim Lambert of Brunswick, urged to come in and register.
the
Fuqua committee.
,, Ga. Try-outs will be held Satur- on t
For run RIGHT man fer ..wway Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones! day, Apr. 23, at which time k.'eA.,< '
: Experience MALLORY HORNE you' write. Curve In and and daughter! Darlene. were boys will be assigned to team By staying on his committee, Fuqua a
... Is the 12th ranking Democrat. '
select your' f.oHt. E':" r." visiting relatives in Brooker TEEN: BOWLING
BROOK FountaJn Pen. TELXGRAPK. : Sunday.Mr. Winkler Electric took all
: Political Advrtit0m) Paid for bv r in Traatur.'-tt and Mrs. Loyd Padgett four games from Bradford At the beginning of the present Congress i t

entertained with a farewell I Barber Shop. Johnnie Giifflu Congressman Matthews asked to
.. I supper recently honoring their had high series. _for_p_ the_____ losers.. leave the agriculture committee and goon t f
1 son P.t. Elwood Padgett. while Leonard Dugger was the appropriations committee, thus t
About twenty-five guests en- high roller for the winning losing all committee seniority he had ?
Joyed the evening with them team. attained At the beginning of this year,
1 $7 .22 'TIL PAYDAY His new address Is: Pvt. Cal- \V('".- Eluctr4: won 3 of 4 according to the Congressional Directory,
i vin E. Padgett 2199714 A Co. from Hurst Sneil. Rob Nel- he ranked 26th out of 34 Democrats on
1st Bn., 26 Marine M. C. B., son paced Wells wish a high the appropriations committee.On .
.. --- Camp Pendleton Las Pul'jo.Calif. aeries of 533, and high game
92055 5th Marines. I of 197. Wayne McLeod. with
.. He would like to .have cards a ISO-game, was high for the the agriculture committee, he
Several days ago I was out to ft>e losers. had worked himself up the ladder to

: country waiting in a store to speak with relatives and letters from friends and Kngle's and C.ATtied; they' where he would probably have been a subcommittee chairman today.-

the owners. A little girl kept begging contest by each taking two

.her. mother, "Mama' get me one of games. Steve Tilley had high | A great deal has been alleged that it takes years end years to be:

those." This nice lady withstood the CARD OF THANKS art of 428.Schedule. appointed to the appropriations committee. It doesn't

begging for some time but after awhile for next week:
We would like to take thismeans I Wells vs. Winkler; Bradford I Elected the time Don Fuqua, and membersof
the mother said "Now look honey I've to Congress at same as
,
of host
thanking our
Barber vs Carp's; Eagle's vs of New
I Edward J. Patten Jr.
the committee Rep.
are:
appropriations
only got $7.22 left until your daddy of friends and good neighborsfor Hurst.
4tIr I Clarence of John O. Marsh of Virginia,
paid again." their lovely flowers, cards II Jersey, Rep. Long Maryland, Rep.
gets I I Robert B. Duncan of and Rep. Joseph McDade of Penn-
Oregon
Rep.
This housewife-I 1 think youT! food and most of all, giving of I ,
themselves timing Mr. Dales! | A Classified Ad Ir the TELEGKAPII j sylvania.
-r agree-was speaking for all of us. Thereare Illness and death. Our special brine -esults.

so many demands for our money thanks to Dr Barry and staff f Elected to Congress after Don Fuqua, and already members of the
that it takes a lot of serious planning to May God's blessings ever be I I I appropriations committee, are: Rep. Sidney Yates of Illinois, Rep. Billy S.
Notebook : at th
4 ,A ; come out even these days. with them. Mrs./ CIa!a Dale I TELEGRAPH Plastic $2.60 Farnum of Michigan, and Rep. Mark Andrews of North Dakota.
4 and family
d I I l1 I couldn't help but think as I looked

i at this lady of all the thoughts she had I We think the real consideration In this campaign is the selection of
how the man that can best serve.
/ going through her mind on to II

= juggle her to keep things going. I
y ;A Working people's money income just hasn'tkept I You Are Invited We believe that Don Fuqua Is that man.Fuquo's .

with the continual rise in the
pace Science & Astronautics Committee Is tremendously Important
_1 w cost of living. Homecoming DayServices In the Congress, and particularly to the University of Florida. Not only Is
i All of you women who conduct this; the space program under the jurisdiction of this committee, but so are
I continual juggling act realize that wear such agencies as the National Institute of Health, the National Science

&_ about at our limit in terms of addi- i Foundation, and NASA. It is from these agencies that a major portion of

tional expenses. We just cannot stand 1 research projects and grants come to the University medical and engineerIng -

.J.ii: | to have price increases until in- colleges, individual professors, and many other departments. The
__f any federal funds for the new Florida State Museum came from one of these
comes catch up. A brief history of the church will agencies. The University of Florida receives millions of dollars annually
There's only so much money to go around. Who gets it?? The grocer, the insur- because of this committee's work.

ance man, the payment on the house, payments for clothes, the gas station, on and on it goes.. be given.

I want you to stop and seriously think for a moment about the very important steps The Lake City Reporter, in endorsing Don Fuqua, said "Despite the
Pictures will be of
you should make in a few! days when you go to vote. Do you want to send someone to sit O displayed fact that Don Fuqua is only 32-years old, he has behind him on impressive

in that Twenty-Fifth District. senate chair who will be pushed around by every wind that church's history. record of public service. Bur most important, he has potential for even

blows? Or do you want to invest your vote in anindividual who will be mindful of the incidentof greater service in the future ."

the mother and the little girl: one who will constantly do a job to represent all the needs of I Dinner on the grounds, under
Is is significant that Don Fuqua was elected at the age of 24 to theFlorl
our community.Now the pines.Preaching. a House of Representatives by those who know him best, the peoplein
if you vote for someone who will I be committed to a spend, spend, spend, way his home county. Even more significant is the fact that he was then

of life, we will all be in for it. We will see taxes on our groceries, medicine, and every other all day. elected at the age of 28 to Congress.
item of necessity that is not now taxed.

I respectfully solicit your vote, and I pledge I will never vote for taxing medicine orgroceries. Featured Speakers: Because of the seniority he has already obtained on his committee,
and because of his age, he could well become the first chairman of a major

My family for generations have been active Baptists. Our family endowed the Bap- DOWELL House committee in the history of Florida. We think this is important to us.

tist children's orphanage at Baxley, Georgia.They had four cottages built, and had a trust DR. BILL
man's leaver Street Baptist Church Even though Alachua County was not his congressional district, the
established to support these units. I was brought up with a deep feeling of respon-
Fla. of Florida
Jacksonville people of Gainesville and Alachua County and the University
sibility to his brother. I try to live this way in all my dealings with everyone. have called on Don Fuqua throughout his legislative career for assistance,
One of the things my wife and I have been most interested in at our house has been KEV. DAVID STRUNK and never has he failed to respond. Many projects which have benefitedour

seeing to it that our two boys have meaningful religious and moral homelife. So many of Blanding Blvd. Baptist Church ) great state have resulted.

you with whom I have spoken feel exectly like we do on these matters. Jacksonville, Fla.

I want you to know that I will energetically work to protect our youth in our time- I REV. LOYD MEYER Don Fuqua (Is a man of dedication, ability, and Is qualified by experi

honored way of life: In matters like these my friends we cannot leave the future in the handsof I Orlando Baptist Temple ence. This, University of Florida graduate will make Alachua County and

a part-time senator. There are crucial days ahead and there are those forces at work Orlando Fla. Gainesville on outstanding congressman.

which would destroy our way of life. Won't yo u work with and elect Cecil A. Kennedy, a man

who pledges to work full time for the good o f the people?

SUNDAY, APRIL 24 The Alachua County



CECIL A. KENNEDY PINE LEVEL Don Fuqua For Congress CommitteeBen



Samuels, D.D.S. Tom Hanssen. Jim MontagestoChairman

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'nturrlul'.htur 1. and return I The strength, ;' l+nil clvfcnno. of i well an attend tochnlcalhihoolM '| and carrier :i"trciijrtli the box be sure that, it I K ,* AI. I1l1lhr,.. > I 0'11I1.1'1\, i N,".1..1 ,IlKlM, vI'll \ VOTE FOR:
paturcliiy. June 18.1x1 our' lountiy' 11 I dirooth' ivlntpil, : UuriiiK: the annual .1KU1Iriilninir. of alxiiit 12 officer: I .. 'Pedin'( the nifdium In 111'1. iMiiiiiiirr.,,,( I" rv'. i 1\ llN I III.I ,Ill, ," I.II.I, ,4''. Education ,

Ll Rh..'hard' !It.1 ..riii'lcnl.Jinlt .i to the prill-lent training/ of t ." Cnp1i Dh..I\\'nrth.>. .iml, .' 190 ciilislrd, I men.The oven by heating at about! 2: v.. null, 'I ,, ." mill.111,1',1' .,l ,:9 i, .1-1,.I'.. ,. I I'|I". IL. i i. I I.\ vi O Better 0
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!ti, unl'iR' ) ""f:,'. cr.I v 'Irl \ih itcmploviv's I' (CIii.'irilHmoii/ and' nil Americans \ said. "The local unit him alien next unit trilninn, : ",, MITPS [for one-lialf linur to JmnrH. e.I llcll'll'lulllMHH ilutltrle I ,, 1 O More Jobs ,., ;

11 'inurjjeil\ !to should be concerned with tcL'linlcl.ins as helicopter and acmbly will be hold 1 lit the 'local one hour. '|'..l "..' "I 'II', Otto'! O Home Rule '+

,"I bunlinucthen support, of the aircraft engine repairmen mar I armory on May:: 1 t16.tLet's Newly purchaser l pout anvnmloulltc -' In Illi', tin nu' lit ll-. Stiilp ,iiiFlmliln Sheet
Thompson
l : To ..lilniiC' lliillnl' WITHA
\ welfare auto mech'inIra KEEP A MAN
( fliliilnt shciulrt be s'c'l'e 'till Ki.HClVII'lll.. "t..u'rl., 1 Hlulllllll.
I wrecker operators radio but bcforp" It Is re-userl. how hurt\ Mouth Cill'i: >llni: Metal Works PROVEN RECORD
$ I and radar. repairman) supply b T1'. It should be Iitel'l1l/cd. H'" err h"ri'. ,i..l.fl.il. HIM.
i ELECT terlinU'liins und others. It i-I Go : n Hiiil In' "iiilly| IIHH lifi'i'Urniifflit 111'"l hog! Ami Air (',,"dill""
,
$ HAiiliint\ V'lii h.I".
at annual Held! training till 1'\ 1011 Vl't .1" IH.I'-s I o|111"| Hi i M 'ituilirlp, In, lln' iiliu. IllSl.lll.llillll l L.P.'Pete'GIBSOSENATOR
we test our skills by doin/;. at, I IN, \ \II rim iiutroKit lot x. rntltli'il. r'niii't: iiiitl .1 its"' r.icllvitrri' ,,
JAMES E I 'I'l. I'l.llKIII \. ciiMi'ily' nl 1 I"p ihiliinil 1 IKKI I: I 1:41111KI.ItICP' ::! \1'I';
toll as I'L-L'c.iving UlldlllOnalInull'IcUon. Gardening l 1", "' ,r <.i.iii.I 1,1 I I' 1. :, |"| |11.| and' thief ri'li''., lid >\ ni., ; A. TI'M' :.; : ITS"
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tG ul'I'IIM'llX; the SIXTH
for
.' ., .. Ira" licvvhy, Hlinniiiiiii'ii 11111-t.l l i Phillip !lttM02l! in IWI-Sllll'''(
Our country rclios" a prr.nleu :: I'l'll" "!" mil, "I'l-iiulti'il,, 'in rili-'" tour wrliItn "
n.lI"r'p.v Slinrpi. Kdid All crudltom or Rand' IH K.ist: Sf.irUp. I h'ln' .....
tho ,
( lit'ui
no or '' Riinvvr' iir ilcfi'ii"!'N* In l Adv b Cunripntirn Tr"
( ) on I the National Uuinc* r 11d, (' ,1111' "I "
..1..1,1"lrltnUurlli. ., K\- '. ''' ,' "' "miili' >lni, ill, 'HIP iifiiiif,, :u"
JOANOSSTATE as Us brat line of rom-rvi' : "u..loll I'cerll/'e'' >I"\ in''Hlli\ \, ,il. and) '.1"h..1 I fII.|| it.h111, \ '",. il,. .I'iMiri. ', +in t"si.irl., .
support nnd we must attend( t !''II"' ','''.. sir,. lIl'IIIHIIlls' ii >|li'l, l''lorliln. aid',,! l lu, M.'M < '",1- Ii
Held 'iln'.v, iniiv' ,.".' tiiculimi, s.i. lil., ,., I i'e.r''; all "I'lulnl! Iff", Xii.'innIliilllf "
training'
y these Hummer i b like! '.''I'' in 'n.. rru.r I ni. ",",,",,1.rtjfi' \'. Kiimlil' I' I i' I"'" <,,
cxcn-i.McB" to keep our trnininRiiid : WIIII'I'III'. a hedge >- 'i.' Hi, -"'lnn'd'nnI, .) ", '11 Kl'.r, I".. Stnrk", ,".I'.11q'|. 1 II' "..
; SENATOR : : 1 Hkilla current." Capt. 'pankltl; t n 'h.lld.--YOlI'VC jolII Ida. within nix ...,l.'Miliii. monili,' Ixforith" :sili ilt I ,"i' Apr'r. Vote For And Support -
TJlooclworth continued.< "Themoney > do a Good; Job to bo elective. [ 1 II'Ill lln il.ili. 1,1 Hi"' I,Ina, |.i HIiliiillnii ,,, I i: HH ,,00''r"' I "' .. I ,
District 25 of. Ibis' .i. i u.1 I Ii 1 'NlfI'. w'lll I Iof I
I spent on the annual i 1'I"lon I sir, .1..",",,"11,1 .inn. I i i, II,h, OTHMA J.
Held SENATOR made dust-1 ellUng: dole l lf ,.1",-.. ,,r 're.ld| ..'x.l'114| |I''I.MI' i.i.
Investments with
E. JOANOS I of the bent hcdt-c: > ,
ELECT JAMES flee Hililri'iii nf the ilinini' .' <'nIllllHt <" (OSSIE I ) 1O1tiAX N 0 %
of District 25 consisting I in mipport. of our defense, unn > water Is I, not preventlnfjitMih'p :! ; Itc:: HWtiCII lit:; |,T 111;: ;I( ,.,,
t Representing the citizens I it Is Imperative that each but Is merely postponing lint. MM iiKiMit 1.1 hi. ,ni',1,1. ,
of counties: Alachua Baker Bradford Calhoun Clay I Inca lie 1 cil thn (;tmril attend. It. +9 or II nlll liui'iiuiii' 'old.. ., ri '
Gilchrtst Hamil Hilt I" !I. <>
Gadsden.
'Columbia Dixie Franklin I 1 (ll !I"< exp'rtl< ] that: tnr unit, ii I i- II :reed" ( that inLsnly 1\\1-\ April llh haul! "

Eton Jackson, Jelferson' Lafayette Leon. Levy. Liberty .> ill t.irr.v more than 1HO:; olil- il"att l'nt will\ keep the wale. bllllMlll: I il' II I u ll"i" ,i", L

Madison, Nassau Putnam Suwannee, Taylor. Union err.* and men lo camp tlil- Mil low and thc) hedge leaves (I.-.- ul., doe.' Ih., in.tl: ." I VIrlffln. <" FOR

and Wakulla. summer and l 10 on active duty training lor I II II ::'olln.bl'l.s, you !s. ic. Bal 3 3' ,....'.1 h 1"1'''' r
JOANOS! IS PREPARED TO SERVE
Joanos was born and raised In Leon County; I I ': ,. brlii'.i! within the tip I. "n I w ; School Board Member

married to the, former Betty Lou Whittle of Gadsden '\nth of the soil. 'MIIIII. : in- II "l'lt rl.t. TII
.' childron Graduate of Florida State Unlversity Later :"la nth may piircumhLvaii.ie :, 1II|.-,.I,'i'i.n' ,MI TI rim \ 111 i" Charley.
thiee ; I
:'County; Law shallow rnols. 1'1"10I.'| IH hri1., .".' II"{> ",1 I, |i.itlin .' DISTKUT: ONK;
sit(
!> Bachelor of Science; and Yale University ) unit"i.ttni! ,, ,1. ,unlr,, ,II, pi"
School( ; Attorney at Law in private practice; Air Force So. oftrii. you'll pay trlplrUv \ IM.'II'' nf (f"'IninlLf, '..! '" ( (I"". E.
Episcopalian. Mason I II ( .' ro.st. of willpr you Miould of F Kltillrtu, A-l, nt 1"1.' ) 11 I II
[ Veteran and Reserve Captain: I ?. 1 Kiwi 1"h I 111 '|1..|11 U 'I I "II, .y
?;I and leader in the Jaycees. Toastmasters P. T. A. and avIIM'I; In il.iclim\ ( : stunt "I,1.:" nil, C..IHI." 1 In vn'1 I |. ,ihi'" ..i.lritl 1 Johns ? e Mom and; lU-iiri'il( in Ihail: ford County.( Son:: of

> h (University Alumni. il If or niIn dead/ 1..plunta.|III idr<'|'i.itr| tu Hiii. I'll nf"In1.pi'.r' |."r.|>H'lhi.,p/1n,,,, ,111...*lust,-ii I.,,' the Laic; .1. :S. ( Muddy ) lord ( '!irri. \! Phillips

YOU % I III" III"III., X lluh| til I..I I", 'mi,' Norman" l.ifc-lonu( : Resident: of Pintrict One.
TO SERVE Ir-IrI IrI I "rnukp: the moisture m" c cv-
1'111 WANTS { .
JOANOS I IK If of (Vnlnil I'lini.l.i.MiiiMii": HIM.III' Hhooli'4. Farmer
which offers pO3itivo ":'y work cr 10 days then s"a'c Illuli't' ,' vllh'll' I .nil IIKIU', t Family 111"". KiluraUvl:; in Cimnty :
Joanos proposes a platform educational t'i" 1'00t.1I'h' wnlrr horn th ', In IIMHIIII.NH, lit., liP!) 1.111.1, | Stiii'tSlnrlii 1 ,shout this question| Homeowner( tine Taxpayer.
for action i in the area oft sound ', "I'lin'iln.Mr ,.
statements :
cieplhf
,HIMKc'ik i I the soil to a .
needs; Prompt 'I'liii'i'iu' c ,lliil-"i.: ir I" linns tomi.'irnntfe
meet our "ItiisiiH-ss ne expos utmost
to Ho
policies; A health program development 5 10 ((1 I llV'llPR." C'l'lili'iMri'il." 1 1"1.'kft., ,I'Mi'i, .lil.i, I realize: (the importance uf a gOOd! eiluciilion., ;and011I l my
and proper development of highways; Economic ..10...... TrnrltH' rntl( ., i," ,iii-r., ed In aunty; lushi's, floral child in the ( 'Olllltyh" \\sints, : im nlucation t In ohtiiln

l j and expansion; ; Economy in governmentConservation : TI. Iv I rxn'pprillnv I to fin1IhiI I Mli.il' Illl" I I III I l,. "'I.,01 1.l| ,\.inih,. lire llii'fl, |>iil>lic lialiilily, t'\N'Y ilisjiiilioil'livelihood.1 1 will work
) SMrkf Hi .iil.'i : lt able to earn a
Fair tax structures; A. II'nx 1 I nl "i II M he or "she miy: :
of natural resources; ; n nut( ht-prtn+ling:: pooch( ,l'< lllil.Klin'. / lil.l', employee li'-hjom'hl, Imsini'ss mill good safe tram|> rlution for
and most of all an amendment of the monstrous apportionment in'-" "nmblcd! : up end down til"'ull I ; !. I inli'i nipt ion. lin-) for :a i I'-II"I: | firnH.v.; one| liuildinjjs; >

p', plan to provide the citizens of the 24 !I. ii'ilii I of n nrwly pin) :lte-1 I the Charley i H.; .litlmn AKonoy our children who ride I the hu4tcsi !I.I I.

District a more direct representation in "lew or hrrl. Since' It np::: <'nr-' schools. I
.C: )unties in our \.II'tl'11 I; in in-t\li:| : Offer a free t+urley I will work in hal'l11ol1)lth oilier! memliers' : to better our
Senate. :fiat' the cxli''nrnUii''' : fret" of I It I mi I III' < in I III'I lilt P.1). unless
the State taxes
,, in fior. of higher
.. of hiisiiioss l 'tt4 l 81111 l lronvrnient will lie for mote llnme( Kiite. 1 am mil ;
1'1..1111.\
I "WOW-Old' tie thai nfl) earth' ) ,uttra'-.ts" 1 HIP )ln ltt I nun i in \ 'l'\
bb.d.t"Have you I refund! newly dug flower beds '* lll\MIM\ ..... '\or. ii:: 'puck n lie* in.iirsmcc il:0 i:>; alisolulely' ( necessary.Vote .
na.iHllXll:\:
hone, v Itli snmothlnnot !'ti oft. I I .1.I .1". "IIH IJ..HH: to rover I huso
you seen our After tmnsphintlnq thns" "I'liiiniirr, risks?" and Elect A Man Who Will Represent and
For
couplings? i>ion, i...,. trv'proIretina VH.lu .
dime 1plel'c plants
heads and Brunette! .Any'tiie I thrm with lpnrth: of( > iiiiinil' in'ri'tiiiiiiit' K' 1 HIIHH:... Charley E. Jahn, Work For The Best Interest Of The Entire

and color. i'o-n.v' : bush cllnplnas. Prnn-, MH'II" H 'rnI'r" *M County School System. '
'I'llllimnnnil,, 1 K. Ii.hdrrNN Agency
You Do It-Or We Do) It.ii. ifrom\ \ \ climbing roses are I I'lilllliiull.Vnll I .
idral. Place the sflckcis where (ll-r ln'1-i-liv' stout| 6-d| lll.l. sal S. Walnut St.
n a w Adlo s( eel Inf: he( prow( llnz! animal' i" likely i II xilll I I. r l nhur l ? .I'lillil,. 'UKtorly. I'HONK Alit-flnl I I 1//I'd. I Pn! Adv I
I'llIM NII OllIe'1" .Minion",
to Invndp the! plAnt bfl. Short
r 'lilt( ...1,1.1', ,, "II' IPitt roo I It'llIn
t 1I. iPiiKth1of barber! wire Ire 1 : IMI fillI, .imilii'il. MMI In Inn' '
e1. ul-i.lltut"I for thorny rllnp'n-i' ilhnvi.,, "n"II' I 1'iHirl' ,mill,, I-IIIIHI' HIM, ,
iiriri'iiiilri',1" ," | ,i -i i M'i i"'l"t I
.toil
nlllidFNS u'aow tie ANO Slerivi U'III"l1y! the errant dog .M.III- ..IIIHUMr. |.l"H.h.il|. "l'lln ,
'mi' IK rlTner and won't en- iiiiliilnl,' in, l'i." I'liilnll'l. !.. \ I i,: \
ft' n 'er his fi'et or y-nir nihrtlI'lnK I ,\11""I'll'',') '', 'Ill-ill, A 1'1.'" "'" !JI1. S 1 CHEVROLET

lef3 11 __ a I ,. llicroforp! von r.'in't. IIPic'ii'pd stud,K: 'Im fill-' SI 1 "Hi"n'..'l.I l ll.ilni'K,,,il I ni* /Illi'Hi'. >.'lil'. 1I I

(Paid Political AilverlisInjO of being cruel to dumb! I il I, ,. '" MI" ., I l..?i I L ,...f, '1. i'lr' MI,*. I
I nnlmnb. -..silt." t ill 'n' l"' I In. "IIH ''''h l.i" I

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noot.e.1) aalea llmlih >I.!If' Ilk"I'' CUSTOM CAMPER

riimt t young brldetthey HOUSEHOLD

Keep their. bet, when .< 'unit thtlr mo'hpr'x' PI' r-'n PESTS

1 trlmTilrrefol'c.. Insppi-i' V ,,

IIIIS I L MWIWYoirr Y. ...ur, n/alein: Y u..uli.rv

R"II." ) If ,, yin rut' II 'iMfivrr,I lotw-c a from roolp'lHnib the', .I Dleea.o.dtMM ,

mot> :,,'r pin nit.. Like hum/ ii:<
; State Representative (Bra

; TUI.s tnl '111.' fpclii'i th'i.'

flit newly (1"1'11'11'111 l : t pima II.!

EXPERIENCEDIN flit tilt! h"" rvllli flPiitly of ford l
I sty AW1y"
II P Ati
11:1 water. I I y
,
When the new plant fc: tloIna -

STATE GOVERNMENT : wpll. hnvp It ij 11 ne t waII
AND
COUNTY
'Imp A* yru kn..",. It Is haul, ':;t'r FfeMM. Ir i
ln." "
t' krrp tea lioiisp\\lvn' \ 01'

i Mnls liipp.V:: In thp i.itup r
w
1'1'1',,'nll) ".4't 1\ ilia in I HIV lloii-c IIf> llrlni' 9643965Florida 's -
Now I the tlmr to ret
r .'i Ii.! resen/sti4' / t ... 1'.1..1. I '",&"..idt.nlt'1' I ifiidv, lo: r-f.pa-.itc: tnft'cnIrrtOLlnr. I I

t'' t (Clay (County (Cluiinln'r IIf f I'am( ""ineict'. ; '. You' vlll IIIVP h'l.'ck -.' .

l I 'hainn..n( ;. of the( !lt i.iiil: IIf f (Cnunlyr J, : vvli'i" nutting:" < tirt-itpn... ; :-'- :- --== ---------- R

(' i..iunt'r... .' .iiH, "'' fir. ::1.> of June '
1111 AI ti '
Post !! !'! wlityv!'io!! !!!
'i V'uiuul'l I hove a "cu'.tlivbeix. '! tffri U'-'i'i--l._-&:_:-:-::-::_:-::- "
F
f
tlifseij ,. which pin he nny coil Control
Srrtrcli:: 1111 in Tultalitivu'c. on
/ ,.|p'ipiifoifthly 1 a box fix-
'' T Committees : 'd 1'j rive 1 good: rnlnarso:! i' CHEMICAL CO. f r -
(iovernmi'iit: I flcurgulifatiltf({ t '

r T \\-orknH'n's (iinicn.Hiilion :

I 1., I.u hor)

tlra/T a I'ulilic IIralihI"nlal Serving Florida

( lle.illli Since 1950


Ai. (Currently St-rvin;.: lost" u"i 1 CiiUHti-j aMl tg t3't1'000' g..

"/ lillion Kcxi( i..ion ( 'I'mrnill"' I I.,' i i"- 14bin. ....,.,..-- WITH SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR OUTDOOR LIVING!

liiti>f Council.Kduciilion( .

: t & \\clfjirc: on I'""'-liluI 1..i1e Cordially

I linn I'l': hi'III. (;.qrlwln Want to make life more enjoyable? Get a specially equipped Chevy Custom'Camper

-I ilepr..srlllli, Ito. WelcomesYon pickup. Add the camper body of your choice. You can use the

: l K.:; Call, SI, i Yon and Your

Today Representative Huntley will Ph. 911)I; -.',:.t'I l Family to Your truck for work with body detached, then mount your camper body and head

Tomorrow, as Starke New Home for the great outdoors. Go where you want, stop when you like. You're

Continue Protecting Your Interest as a
of Florida free as the breeze! And you can go often because it
The State
Small County Legislator. doesn't cost much. A Chevy Custom Camper will
.
and
It I. Our Doslr* To Make You Feel" Welcome

To r'l\laln|\ ( You With Your City. add a most pleasurable new dimension to your life.
Re-Elect


I If you are now In the area a phone Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck. .I a '

Louis L. Hunt e call will bring you ''a prompt viait Talk to your .. ,,"_n 09 Sift


from your local hoste.oa.' Please give


her a call She has maps and many INC
CHEVROLET

Your State Representative>! free and wonderful gifts for you WALT HULICK ,


lou) businesses. :STAUKE. FLA. PHONE 961-3900
from NOUTII
PtI Pol Afro, U. S. :Jill ."
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Elelllrt'.N '"' IU'AUIUJ.: ."LURm." 1HHRSDAY, APRIL P1. 10C6MAXVILLE
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YYYYYYYYYYYyYYY?*. !I Elizabeth Harris were held ]last tina anal. Loretta Harris; four' Maxv'i le Baptist Church revival -'I to April 27, 1967," Hazen said I WOODS FIRESFour A drained Ad In the TEXIS-
| Thu.slay at 11 a. m. at the suns; Donald Lariy. Wendell I services started Monday Interest will be ,broken down
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
| jiiubianch' Baptist! Ch.ircU.th and Alvin Harris, all cf !MaxtlUe night of tills weeK and will into monthly accumulation HO woods fires! were reported GRAPH bring mult.;
\. Re.' Melvin Watioii; ; of.l- and her mother,, MM OlaCaktwi11 run through Saturday.. night I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY that ili-posltuia''' can close out by the Florida Forest I
I t.,,::111.., :Burial loI1.wed In the : alto of !Muxvllle. April 23. Rev. Puivlsi Lawson their accounts prior tu Apn Service in Bradford County
X* B, MM. A. C. SOade church cemetery. Mas. Hairl The body rested a; the conduotinu( 1IeI'vlcenl"l1.t1y! 27, 1967. during the past week, with I
Phone 289-4491 I 47. died last Monday;; : : It.moon home froin: 5 p. m. Wednesday: 3cng leader Is B')!> M.Clun SOFTBALLThe tend all servlcei.! At present postal savingson 10.4 acres ,burned. Since Jan- i
at h2r tealden.e: after a lena- to: 9 B, m. Tnurslay: when i. ani Henry Wellhius-sn, planst Softball: :: piogiun Is In Mt. MM-lah M-e-tho.:1h: deposit with the Stirke uary 1 there have been 03 I II TimberVanled\
u.aaaauaa.a..aaaaaA !I thy Illness. She is surviVEd Joy vas' moved: : to: the chuch.: : W !' Pastor of the church: is the fourth week of play In Church Rev J. B. F. Williams post office total $40,879 in fires with 403,3 acres burned, ;

Airs. Harris Passes '11:1.1: husband: LPO Harris, theid.iuh.eifi ; B. Oiiills HI PimeuU lave of R;v. Babby: Knight EveryoneIs this week's action: the Rec eJtlon pastor. Family Roll Home 175 individual accounts. I as compared with 11 fires and Large or Small Tracts
Crange Park was In charge of Invited to attend.: Girls defeated the Hill Day. Church Scholl at: 10 wLh: The tote 1 hRS declined. from 32.3 acres burned during the :
Funeral fu; :Mrs Ch.Lj-
-* 3-rv.e; : ; ;: Eta Faye: Girls by a score of 18-4 The William Holland! In chargeMorning about Competition will bring
SGO.OOO two last !
same period
arrangements, Cottage Player meetlni years ago year.
Recreation: Boys cheated the service at 11 a. m.: due to '' you more money
The 'I'vices were held last Tues largely higher Interest Average rainfall In the'
community (extends its !
Hill Boys by a score: of 0-6 Family dinner will be servedAt
sympathy: to: the family of tie: :lay! n'ght'! at the !home of Mr rates being piiid on deposits} county during the week ending i! Contact
These games are being lie d 1 m. Mrs. Clara Ghent '
late Mrs. Harris, and: Mrs D. J, Parilsh. wl.h p. elsewhere. Postal savings car- Monday was .43 inch.
:
every Monday: and Tue-day at chahman.: At 3 p. m. Greater
ry an interest rate of two J. M. CarterPhone
Buddy: Braishaw leading percent
!Florida Theatre CHURCH NEWS :prayer ; the Reno Recreation; play- Allen Chapel Rev. L. A. I
meeting: Friday night Cot ,
ground.: Any team Interested: : Samp-on: and:! con'regatlo.i.: 752.2131
Plastic Notebook the
': age Pi'ayer meeting! s rvt_ej Further Information may! be $%.50 at
can participate In this actM y will jerr'.sr:: ssrvlce. Music wil'be
were held at home: of Mr. and: obtained! from local postmas I TM.EGItAIMI.: Lake City, Fla.
:
; Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: -Sunday 3:00: 301DRIVEIN by contacting Mr. Jackson oil furnished: by the! senior ters.
1 Mrs Buddy Browning: with the '
the Reno Recreation Cen'er. choIr. The message will be delivered '
Saturday 1:00: 'I''I'I
Rev. Bobby Knight, pastor of
The schedule! !la a, lol'o'vs: by Rev Sampson.
TIIURS., FRI., SAT.April 21, 22, 23 the church leading! Prayer Wednesday Thursday hours I The following faintly leaders :
DOUBLE FEATURE) PROGRAM: Meeting. are 4:30: to 6:30.: Fri.'ay. the are asked to contact\ all of I Vote For The Candidate With A PLATFORM!
Sunday night sel'Vicesere hours are 4:30: to 6:30: and:) the family groups and have I'
Open 7:00: conducts: !:! by Rev. Jerry Milan from 8 to 11:00.: ; Saturday: 3- reports: ready to( mike: Immedlitly -
::01,,' r :OiEWar Show Time 7:15 I of iiai jlenny.Lcnstran'i 5 ''?nd 8-10. at the close! of the
., I, (i(\, ADMISSIONdults : : Baptist Churchisvlval All teenagers n-e incited<: ti afternoon ses I'n.'; I James C. Wilkinson
J'fJ
HawaII r. '.J'W hi1\1 \ 75c Students 60c H'vieesvill start Monday :attend these supervised! : activities The lea-'crs are: Mrs. Leans:

110 tourIst ,. J a wi'" .. ... Children Under 1 12 Free Ap 11 23 and.: run through: I for wholesome: enteiUinnvnt. : Royal, William Holland:! Mis. : .
...or .... \ itrhYncduscoLOtIeef ''': '.' --- Ap.ll 31 with services starting: : Parents are asked to: M. E. Roberts' Hai-rv Young I t
"do....!' .. FRI., SAT., SUN. nightly at 7:30: p. m. Rev. .,
jT ,. TfCHN"COPf please' cooperate wlth\: Mrs. Clara Gh! nt, Mrs: Le71.l:
April 22, 23, 21& Cnnle Johnson ccnductinge Jackson for the protection of Gulons Miss Mary Err, S >le FLORIDA HOUSE

Plus Double Feature ProgramA :vices, Special: sinking Is your teenagers!! I II nan, Mrs. Mable Bryant; Mr
planne,' for every n'ght of tin I DANCE a' Meta Harmon: and: Ml-s Con- 4 f
snEEa.COLOR l itvival. The regu'ar' sons There will be a d'-ric atKelly's I II stint Wll'lams.' "t .
Wild; Wacky Chase! ,I lerdir: is Mrs' Henry Caruso, Night Limit SJturdlylnight The public Is Invited! to: wor-" OF REPRESENTATIVESBradford

I Pas: jr of the church Is Rev. I ,, April 23. Mu'lc: will t t"! Mp/ with us thioushout the

W I I I Reg.nail: TllyJJr.I furnished! by the Compacts. olGainesville. ]I day,

r Cottage: Player meeting 1I0.PIT.-\UZEJJ e ClayS
I tervl's were held: Mon iay TIlls activity (i9 sponw: I by D?sc'-n J. W, P:Ince. a r
1 night! jf this week at the. homerf the Band: Booster C'ub' for t'iu' member of Bethel Free WI"

J1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley purpose! : of purchasing 'Ian' Eactl.t; Church! ) has been admitted and Union Counties. .' .' '. ..
Fallowing services! refie,h- unlforms. The cooperation of 1 to ;Bra'JfoTa:! County:

1 I mcnts of donuts.: Coffee and the public U welcomed TTiipltal. We are wishing for

friWedbl: JIM McCUlLOUGH"RAWRUGGEDBEAUTIFUL I kool-ald; were served. the re- SENIOR: PLAY ]Mm, a speedy recovery
1a I KuUr Wlf111 :lay ni
da ices were postponed because; of will present their enior! cia,>- I teichfat! RJE High S"hool 1 1"oivfiie. I'
.. re ival hertdces at Maxv.lle: ; p'av: on April 28. Thus will" 1 bei l'jnlf) at id'ord:

RICHARD ARLEN SHERRY LYNN 0 JOY HOUCK JR. Kajt'" t Chinch, Prayer Meet : three act comedy enti"c" : County Hofnl'il FT''''nds aisen''ln :
YOUNG AGGRESSIVE:
ing services; :: will be hed! this! "The Bride's tan1-Tn: Don't get well cards' to: see: -
: FuJ.iy: nljht Et the ]tame!: of n'lss HI! Two sisters decide tJ recovery.
SUN., MON., TUES., WED.-April 21. 23; 2G, 27 R.ellrr I j :Mr: and Mrs. Sicy! : Harris. marrv t tiie'same man! I I COLLEGE GRADUATE

COLUMBIA PICTURES Everyone is Invited t:} attenlIllllDM I NOTICE i Postal
Savings
AM: members of Dell C'npte- :
\ SHOUFH' :
MARLON y No. 168 are as.'cecl) to Inapt ut
.- .vi.ss Eilth! Ilanls. brld- the Minnie' Hall on B.own'e- I Accounts Being Ten Years Successful Business Experience
ET I honored 'ullti
a
erect: was
BRANDO f e+ ra Street Thursdjv night! at 8 p.
,jSAMSPIECELS j\\\ Mews a Yea rowan/eUYIa. I brlJal:! shower tart Friday )n. Business of vital importance I Closed Out -- PLATFORM -
J I night at the home of Mrs. Joe
to ba transacted Plea*"
:' f. J plus I Pi'Isett He Uises for the oc be on time.-Mrs. Alma B I Postmaster T. C. Hazen Tr t 1. Fair Representation For All. .r. Adequate and Safe Roads.:

i swondAC TION .._. ..M<_ Kit-.ale Ri".in: W, MCARD announces that on and /after 2. ((quality Education. 0. Improved Care! for Senior Citizens. -
,": OF THANKS I April 27 no now Postal Savings 3.: Home Rule. .
," { Mrs. Raymond Kl1J-: >l'e. The jf the UtM" will be
family accounts
I opened ,1. Attraction and Development) 7. Fair Taxation.
"Sr Games were ;played: ] and 1 prizes Sam Hicks wish to thank the or no new deposits will be uc-
aarcd: ': Mrs. Dave Covei many lends: far the kind. ani :I cepte:1.I 1. of Industry.
.,ale', Mrs. Harry Padgett and I
thoughtful ex-resslons!< shown! "Interest on outstanding
:Mrs Car01ynV1l3Jn: In their hour ,:af bereavement I'! tiflcates! or deposit: twill Win With Wilkinson On May 3rdPd.

1 t After the honed: guest onentd :l.I1th ble s'ngs of Ocd': for- ; cease: on the nnnlveisnry date .
Pol. Adv.
>JJI>. !CBm) (n t INRr Cl! JRHIfIONOA hal many lovely and:: use- !Aver rain' upon you all.-Mrs :I of the rertlflaate next priorI ( )

; m Hmm .M MAOSHAIC'm DICIINSON m N'flUIEYIRItM' m( 1 (ful cffee:fift and=,, refreshments 1 r-uncli were of srve1(rake: ,. Ii'"c' J.1ksiciinnrii NEWS I I -- '

MAIIIHA RQBIRI RIC1IRD! HRHYN1/ JNNftNOPIINS'NVEfl SECRETAGENT The cake was beautifully <) renter Al'*>n Chi-el:! AME ,

m'OOVAII ll.BflA0f000 m .HOIE.H NVIANOwfON f f vnteJ:! with wedding:! bells.Air. dt'I Church: Sun 'v Rcti"")', 10i, II I "'i' miami t-r.trnl ;Marcli 27, 1966
'_ the gte.tspresent m v'fi! M";. P, B Vt'-e.1re In
Soit ,'4,1, ,UllUII HI1IUAN:::.'=r.-:::.J1H UBfrt Pi@ktdiilWCPIt I, 1.IlatdiyMJHRRPIIN,/. nat fir: m out tw.nty of town was rS'ir1"! : *. All -arm's a o en- SENATOR

"Iwi' ,ii.innil ..Jlili{ ,hJ|H H511H lOBH'A HUH! PCM.IM II PUUf''''nUilCOLH :Mrs. Carolyn Wilson of Jiclc-: I e'ur3ged; (! l to send!' chl', '; en t"

FIREBALL son vUle, Sunday::, S:h:>")l. The sat? of Legislative Greenhornsto
1 ,J.-; _. teacher will bs wall".o
mJlr.ento
As a of the occasion B. ( "Bill"PEARCE
I II the hostesses present the i Tect the hupov? Chrlv'la-i .
I, ycfkers. Morn'ng vice \U)1\)
re
honoree;) with an ironing; board
I outfit. begin! at 11 a. m. Evening 'erv- Fill, Ballot Cf the prevent Sonata mtmbMoM
1'.'' Flu '. lee 6 p. m. At 3 p. m. all nf- I 38 are running for the now tfati,]Blow
7, dropped out of politic and ara not our
PERSONALS flares nn-1 members a:e ps'-ed I
ning for oilc( thin I >*ar and eight wee
:Mis. J. D. [Grace! Pad ;ett to acswnpanv:: the pnt'r t-> nomlnat-d and wlU be Heeled wlUX
I JI'RS' 1 FRY. And regrirdiPM of the ouicomt ( ituTccttont '
o I opposition.
end Cindy arU :Ml:I Mt. Mynah Methodist Church II rIn
... daughter 3ei I 0" eM 0,01? 51 of 117 HOUM eau( and
\ Mait.ia and Clara: Ma3 to hold servlres.Prnvr TALLAHASSEE Over thr-*. Iffht of 45 Senate. Mali. subject to tlec* tha aoew. M .f the Tfftlvri
fourths of the 585 candidate' Meklnglection lion win be filled, by with .ro running for _Inlla,
T1w1. peraona DO
: Ilai rls: spent Saturday and: me'tinsr\ will be heM! to the Sttt Legitlatur Uuy Snot icgiilatlknow.how. .eking elevaUow. 10 &bo ae0alf/
.
anta Sunday in Vcr Bach; with each Thursday( nlsht! at 7:30.: wr hadlawmo ung exparltnc*, -

Mi. and Mi'a. Henry We.lahus- Junior church: and choir: lehearsal Tn thehove 8n t &3 of thu heptfuli hav.1tiid 5b''d'.ppod.twOaomladMwIitfr. .. .. I IS .NO
Does en. !Is held eich Monday prior h guiarva wpnrl.nce either In / .,
tr*HOUM or bcnati apd 98 hmvc men Nliadlw prepared- 61 IJHo Bl.tufoy Ot) ilia IoW'
'd Mr. and Mr3. Clarence North fit 5 p. m. Parents are asked< *o J..l41.. Doportm.a' ehnud.. Iht nail
t.l. Jacksonville were Sunday pease: sn1! the chl'dien' to 'I' "01'''''wndhlnet-., to'lid Iewergukn.W -''

: little leaguer afternoon visitors of Mr. and I meeting. Senior Choir reheain-! / "
: Mrs. John:> North I and family nl is hat!, each tint and f.iI: I

Mr. and! Mrs. Hollis Jelfeislittd Tuesday night All choir mem.
bars Asked to attend The Greenhorn'Senator
are 'Legislative
dream? \ Sunday afternoon try
ar. .t,'; Of course he does. He Doctor's Inlet -with'v Mr. an
e % wouldn't be playing ball John: C. Jeff era.
Bethel Free Will Bipllsf
I | Mr. and :\>!u. Jim Llnhutst
r; if he didn't. He dreams of : and family moved:! here lecent- Church, R-v Lewis McKay Pearce has 20 and
experience leadership
pastor. Sunday School: l. 10 a. years seniority as a
the RolIts -
i and occupying
ly are
the i, ;
: big leagues, game. m. with Mrs. Alberta RLsbv.
winning home runs, Jeff.rs house. upt, in c'lnl'ge. Sun-'ay 11 Florida State Senator.
I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters
Youth Day. Miming1 service at
L spectacular catches before I And family of JacksomlllevLlted With 98 candidates for the Senate wth
11 a. m At 3 p, m. 4lM Annual no prior legislative experience
I Sunday aftemaju with
huge crowds. He never : Youth: Day Rally will te.mln-
;d dreams of the minor Mrs. Dorothy Waters ate. you cannot afford to vote to put the future of your county in.
I Mr. and Mrs RanJolph;
The !sanv weekly s hednli-.. ,
: leagues because it just isn't Crosby were In Lake City last will be o'jseiVed> next wce:<. the hands of a "greenhorn."
ices last Tuesday In Suirke for
-.. The public is Invited to at-
t
: big time. Same way in :Mrs. Njna Dyer.

:: ... banking When it comes to Mr. and Mrs. Randolph __ -. _or ,
Cosby were in Lake City las

:.:., .-... t 1 transacting your financial V/t nesduy on a b.isine.s tiip STARKE SENATOR PEARCE'S LEGISLATIVE LEADERSHIP RECORD

;. I business you want they Michael Claude Green Slade and gratt-Kuii.attended BUSINESS Chairman Florida Commission For Tax ReformS -

i r
ar. ldfN church services Sunday at the ..?. Committee: Public, ., Utilities
\ ....; f16r Hellbronn Piunltive Baptist finance and.. Taxation, Chairman Rules, end. Celende...
...I. Church. DIRECTORYAUTO Judiciary ".", Vice' Chairman" Temperance" I-I'-'
.: Roger Waters spent Its' Member of: Transportation and. Highway. Safer*

:, 1F' best, not second best Your weekend !In Jackson.ille with Agriculture' Oil end and.Natural ParkaConititutional RaMurceaForestry Leglaletlve' Council '
Joint .
.' Mr and Mrs Roy Waters and:! Special CemmlttseMtInteilm
: BANK is the best in town family. REPAIRS 'Rtorjiniiatlon AmendmantaGovernmental .' Bond.. Study Committee. Chain** I

re .r for COMPLETE banking Rev. and Mrs. Jack Wares: legtalativa and.. Congressional' Apportionment. Select Tax Committee, Vie. Chelimsai I
4.' Miscellaneeua. Laglisatlon and.. Review Beard, Me.....
;" and family of Baldwin: were .
d Service no matter what
J y Sunday dinner guests of M.s Earl's k
% a : 1 1 financial assistance you Eorothy Waters. GarageALL 'I I 0
Mis. Ray Pellum ant chil- KINDS OP
: need. Yes, checking dren of Jacksonville spent Ian AUTO REPAIR WORK The voice of the big city South Florida population, the Miami Herald

:: accounts, savings accounts Monday here with her mother: All Work Guaranteed

: N ffi with guaranteed interest, j M-s. F. B. Caleman.: : : .Phone 969214I'So. )| says 98 "greenhorns" are running for seats in the Florida Senate_,
Walnut, SurkaAUTO .
I I Mr. and:! Mrs. :B. F. Co'eman >
f! i and all types of loans. Get I and daughter of Jacksonville fearce's record speaks for itself..
spent Sunday with Mrs. P. B
4.. to know your banker. Byr Coleman and eon Dannie. SERVICE

--- the way, did you ever Mr. and Mrs. Wayn Parrish

notice how little I and< family of Jacksonville Gilbert KEEP
: many were Sunday visitors of Mr. 1 S. Brown THE MAN WITH EXPERIENCE

F league teams are sponsored and Mrs.! Buddy Bradshaw Standard Oil Aer\lc Station

...,..e by banks? I and: son. 1 ATLAS KEEP
0.,1', Sun, "ly dinner: guests of I TIRES it BATTERIES THE MAN WITH LEADERSHIP
)' I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy:: Bradshawand I I Budget Terms- Road Service
1, "' : ran were Mr. and Mrs. H Phone 84-7071

.r. I"Iprv')'. 1 I H. BratUhaw of Jacksonville. li: 407 N. Temple Stark KEEP B. C. 'BILL' PEARCE '

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4 1 III I 7otO Service Station I

f Over 400 banks in Florida behind you and your community" GM Oils Lubrication
j" 0 .. Goodyear Tlree &. Batterleei {THE SIXTH DISTRICT] .
666I ,
FLORIDA BANKERS ASSOCIATION ide ROAD SERVICE
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