Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I At Plea DaySpeeders Draw I : Light Vote Expected Here Tuesday I

Political JMo Issues Seen ;

Burns-Kelly !

Jail] Sentences Rally Set I

Campaigns Quiet

Florida's highway death toll i I tiafflc violators the jUdge .. Run-off SeenThe
would be cut 500 a year it al :: sentenced two 011113\ men I to : I Friday, : I

judges: were as strict on traf II: fl'-e day terms for racln L-: | Sixteen races will be decided. \ when Bradford County

Tic violators as Bradfor:
County Judge T ..\. Yawn. 011111 hour. I "'H1 result", in u run-uf Uurns in a run-off because ol have their first chalice to next Tuesday.: J'oll-l: open at 7 a.m. and close: at 7 p.

law enforcement: officer com Olenn H. Dc.iiil:< Jr. i tdalncivllle j botwcen Gov. Huytlon 13uin the lack of an emotional issue hear candidates: expound their! m. in the county' 18 polling place

merited during Plea Day pro and ThJiuas Anthony : JjfTL. : and former State Senatoi such as the Civil Rights bill platforms mid;! qualificatIon
Although 5.793tel'ii are registered: in the county -
ccedlnss! Tuesday. Buby of Starke had Scott Kelly. according to i iI a which helped the Miami mayor at a political) rally, ponsore<
Continuing his policy of 1m been arrested by FHP Troop I I 111}lion Ilurna' Sc-lmlursliim. | Mere prrwnted' IK four Ilriul- :I prediction made this week bj' corner a block of Negro votes ''by the Democratic Executive a light \'oteeem:4! in prospect: unless Friday

poking J jail tel ms for flagrani J. K. Wade for Illegal! speeding ford County senior high .m'liool .ntutlent* lust. week. Km-rUlnf. I the Florida Institute of Public in 1181* when ho went Into the Committee. Friday nl ht. night's political rally at FillS !stadium brings!! out

on U3-301 at the south city $150 HCluiluriiliipit. ut II1IS were John.(.liurlrn. Tjc, Jr. of Law- I Opinion. 'run-off with Burns," McCa\v- I Scheduled to stat t at 7::30 In some IURt-mlnutei:4\lIe-l! : to whip up interest.:

limits of Starke. JuJgc Yaw Ivy, w Iii.> IS ill attend. KlorUla :MMitliern.. f'wlleice, and Thomas I' Prof W. J. Cawlcy of Oc-nlu, icy said.: the BUS !stndlom. the rally;: Candidates have been pat'.1| i
Ted repeatedly called' to the alien- president of the Institute, The latent. poll did not show will be prrct'ded by a box IIUP-. ing the bushes", in recent
Oglesby I Slurke, who enroll lit St. the third candidate -
Honte I. will I
Id: \\iii | >|IIIHI>H of ly disputed by
tlon of speeders that trait said results of 'he latent stateWide figures on the State SensteI'ace. per served by the Junloi weeks, but several I observers;
.lohim RISer Junior' ('...II"jI' With the Ntiulentw. Hre I'rliielrwl. in the race. Mayor RobertKing
violations can be punished! by : poll containing a sampling ; An earlier release, however Woman's. Club. have described the present.
RecommendedFor up to six months In jail and .a (J. :M. Clark. I ilrfl ), amiV.. ,1. I,<..lel.| | .Ir. (.rigid) u lii.., iiunlp the of public opinion( fron showed Senator Charley County candtdiitci will bi. campaign n.s one of the quiete High of Miami. who has

fine of $500. prt-MMitatlmi. I every county In the tnte. Johns of Staike well ahead ofhU allowed! ten minutes each. ant ..t pre-election periods. on the knack of pulling surprisesat

The jud&e: also \announce* I gives Burns 33.9 per cent ol two opponents Sen. Red will be heard first on the pro- record. the polls. Hlgn/ nosed-out.

that the primary responsiblllt; the vote, with Kelly only *. Cross of Gainesville and! Sen. ursm State and Co 11"e..sI01111candJcll1tes :; .. Chief' Intel'est. as rMinl. U in Kelly. for the run-off againstBurns

Voc Head of cutting down the heavy I fraction behind with 35." per Hal Davis of Qulncy. will be limited tc Ic(>(l'all'ltes'ith two ,incumbent( / two yeais ago and
could It
death toll on the hhway cent. Miami: Mayor Robert five minutes each. County Comml':iHloiim( being/ do again.

lies with the drivers and tha King High trails with 27.7 per All candidates, will) speak in challenged for thsli! posts Other SrnalcinalBiiidford \

Bradford County School If they fall to observe the law coat' according to the poll. I Bargain Days alphabetical; order. Oeorue. W. Roberts 'n Dl-trlct! voters will ha 'e
Trustees have recommended the court must bear the The Institute predicts James. M the chance to voi.e for three
a U
secondary L. H. Flitch. chaliti-Rn ol Two opposed by
the appointment of Ted Ogles Set May 5, 6, 7 other state senator in addition -
responsibility. voter turnout of 1,156,021, : vot- the Democratic) committeewill I IB-ickl I Norman: and :Mrs.Jessie .
by, Industrial arts Instructor cis next Tuesday Divided to those in Oroup 3L
Noting: that his main purpose lie Alerchdiitu : serve as master of ceic- R. Chastain. Incumbent
at BUS. as director of the ): Is to protect the publl cording to percentages Burnt The Starke licit! monies. In District Four. Is cleiendlnr:\ L Johns.. Cross and Burial A
new Bradford-Union Area Vo from flagrant violators who L4 T t would receive .I13.B39, I Kelly: Association first. sprints I her office against MauilceEclwiud.s complete: list of the-ie. may be

cational-Technical T r a I Inlng drive at excessive speeds 400.001. and High 318,831/ il u-hedulrd its ; Jr and Eddie All.'n. found In the .sample. ballot
Center. Juclje Yawn has Imposed jal : t.g the poll is any indication( .ironiotlon (for I Two School Board posts al'eal..o printed on pane 12 of this 1s-

The action wus taken at the sentences for spe:3Ing;! on (which it may. or may nut bC,1 i tiluuy, and Saturday, lil.y I Gas Plant hanging in the balance -ue of The 'l'clr"tpl.If : : .
trustees'", meeting last Thursday The tj. K. and.1. iudlcatiun. -
Institute elections
more than a score :of personIn predict th.it I with no Incumbent< seeking past ate any
night when they also re!*' Bradford, County will Bobby .Allen president uf Bl'adf.l'dOl.el' urn
the past three years.A glvt ip-elertlon.( H. W I IBusterl/ I
viewed the appointment of Burns :SI cent of its vote (the ussoclatlon. said that expected to heavily favor the
per ; -
10-day jail sentence was I Ups Capacity Bennett nnj;! Othmn J. I IO.ssii; |
tcac-hers on annual contract: given Wallace Leon Kuhn for Kelly: 36 per cent and High! ,iiitM.intllnK values will be Noimnn are contesting for the Incumbent cabinet officers In

School Superintendent Tom driving while his license wa 13 per cent. Union County,, altered to the public. durlnic I Olstilct One post to be vacated their bids for icelectIonThese

Casey! said that Oglesby mad under suspension. The Judge .,. Il according to the pull will favor this. three-day period and I Floildu Oa! Trautmissior at the end of ths year by include:

application for the job as director noted that the Florida Jaw -- --- Ruins", with 57 per cent,, buyers will be able to stock: Co. Is In the proireat of bocwtIner Incumbent O. W 3tniliim In Attorney General Earl) Fail-
and that ho (Casey) Kelly: with 28, and! High will.) up now for MotherS PIA)'. the rapacity of 1U; Bl'ookl'rlan1. )
)had added his recommendation I made the Jail term mandatory U..h.l"g. $IOU HcliulnrslilpH. ul IUK lllRli !Sclux.l were CoyIxoktoil District Five" Basil Davis and cloth challenged by Barney F.
IS. graduation tradi-
and other
in line with the Two Juveniles! were also sen who .111. to .itttend U.. toiiii Beuch Jlinlor by 8.1 million cubic fee Sorter. D. Goodman are seek- Cobb
policy of :Starke. | Clay County Is liun.il&. print eveiiln.AdertimimFiitt .
tenced for speeding In the seen giving of natural mi per clay. l'eld by Comptroller Fred 0 I Bud I
us (inn the post 'now ;!
of making promotions within I| t'olli'gi, mill .MMIIHIInKvlu Jenkins, I.i J .i> of !Slurkc' uluiit Burns 04 cent 31
lM.r Kelly of special H. H. FVerett. general! sup
ual! rash of traffic offense Ethan A. Snpp win Is not a l Dickinson, with three oppon-
the county system whenever '. StHsim.llh. this ..l.ii lonts KJKH; l UinlprliMipiil 'and High 13.; Baker: Burns
Ccnneth( Earl Nooney, 14 and III enroll ut < are items "lll be vitrried to all eilntendent, saId capacity; wll candidate for re-election. ents.

puSHlble.Oglcnby has taught industrial his license suspended and Carl E. Clark uinl. :Mr. OiMlil. ,I.44. per cent. Kelly 38, ant honied, In thee by Tri- be Increased from 310 millloi Legislative: lt.ire. :. State Tieaauier BiowardI
High 18. Alachua: Bums 24: County; Shopper combinedwith ruble feet at present to 41 I
fined 7S Williams, by Ray
arts at Bradford, Hlffh was $ anl: Jlmm: Brnc'tord' County \oters al'e oppose
Werre per cent Kelly 01. and H'igl The Telegraph. million and that the prooctlini ) \ Oann and Bob Rattle.
Dale was fines $35. Senator \
Since 1959. and prior to then : \ 25. expected to heavily\ tavor
1,900 Guardsmen From 4 States il< was a teacher, in Alachua. and A case of a Couple charge* .. Chancy E ,Iohru In his: |
McCuwl his '
( I Ironduutad \
y poll I'
nays also said the cone
everett I ,
Duval Counties "118 'w\ eIl an tn with ]living In open adulter; I Track bid for one of Lie four nenati / missioner Jerry W. Carter has
was! certified to circuit t courtThe by political Hclenci Group paxiy' has an application be for 24-cnunty 2noCotiKio i always carried Bradford County '
Atlanta Ga. He holds a Masters seats 11tile
Degree in Education from defendants Carmine Santo I Set Summer Training At Blanding majors from who hand several.1 out Wlorfdcolleges jha Federal Power Commit. / "loiuil? D'sM'Irt.! HH! I| In his bids: f<>r re-election.
printed Tourney Set lon to further inrie.i.sfl! capacity ., and likely to do .soattain.
the University of Florida and 40. and Rose Sinto.' ails bnJlots/ voters riinntnu? mates! ar Sen. J appears
to regUteicd III|
lives In Keystone Heights. Rose Mundy, 40. were represented I around the state. by 102: million cubic fee Kmoiy; IRedi I I Cross. ot Oalnes- He Ls running: in Group
The trustees' recommendation by counsel and waived More than 1.300( National 1 !several! En/lln'el'/ units froir After marked, the ..bal At UF Friday per day. yule and Sen. Mil Davis vf r 2.

of Oglesby as director of the right to a p.'el1mlnaryhearing Guard tioops fror.i Florida.,, ,,I West Florida who will d:= I lots being tabulated .at the In. The present expansion. hi Quincy In Oioup 1. the incumbent
those Oeorala Alabama. Loulslanu., !.sonin needed work on Blandlng, are said. !H, being accomplished! by William T. I IBlly) Mayo' may
the new faculty, &nc- of stitute' of Hue In Or..la. Tat-klinK the first big hurdle Two candl.'atex:!' lam Clay!
teachers to be appointed are Two cases were transferred and Mississippi. will conduciannual roads and buiWInus. / In the Second Congressional on the. way to the state "looPlnar/: adding/ parallel County Incumbent Louis be the favored candidate here
subject to confirmation by the to this county court' trial docket field training exercises! : From June 12-2G:: (he Oeor- District rate, the poll prcdii'tn I chanipionnhlp meet three lines to the pipeline between Huntley of Ornne) Park and due to the well-known Mayo

School Board at Its next meet ; Robert Borrows, charged at Camp Blanclliv: :.hl.; Kiiin- ala National Ouarci Offien I I a victory for Congressman l U> week. hence, Bradford's thin- here and Louisiana. Capacity James C. Wilkinson of Clay name.
failure to the right. mer. nccordlna to ;Ai.ii I Gen ; Candidate School will be In dads will tomorrow of till compressor station at
*lth yield In. (Billy) Matthews with 57 '" compete Hill--nnd one from! BiadforclRuvene
ing.Casey mild that us- matters jf-way.) and John Grant Hemy W. McMlllin.: I the Adjutant session Rt BlandintOl'\! the pot' cent of the vote over his ( Friday April 30)) in the Biookcr Is belni In' leEt.chlllinn ed by F. Shaw tire fiKhtln: Courthouse To

stand now tfiere! are only.nine :hRrgp J with Imorooer exhlltlon General of FloildaGen. first tIme. The Florida Guard' opponent Congressman Don hoop Toumiuiient' at the University use; of additional: the Jrb of State
vacancies remaining to be filled }) of a pistol. The court MrMlllan: .snki thtttA will hold its OCS at Biandlni' Fuqua. of Florida!. oval. equipment and heat exchangers. -i It Hepicsentntlve out i fror.i the nev. Be Open Sat.

In the rosier of 173 employed ippolnted Assistant Public De- liny National Guard tioops for the seventh consecutive 'I McCawley said that Flor four teanio, Perry, Live thrce-i-otmty, Hou e district For Absentees

In the county. 'endr Oene Shaw to represent had not tralntxl l ou su"h' a I year In August/ ida's Incumbent' cabinet utllc.I Oak Luke City and! IIHS. Florida Hvdroc.irbons a. comprised of Bradford Clay

New teachers. have been listed Grant. larize scale duilix the !summer Special Forces trcoos "the I el'svIU easily win re-election will vie to qualify for the (subsidiary< of Florida Oas.prcxlllI''I I and Untan Counties. No'; clear Mm.: Jeneva Flynn Snpvr-.

so far on the folowing basis Paul E. Bunch and his wife. at Blandina& since \VorId\/ : : War men In the( Oreeu& Berets." will in the first primary. AccordIng event set next' Saturday May' a large percentage of cut iKMies have developed II vlHor of Klectlon announces

: Bradford High. 7; South- Elizabeth were fined IllS each U days. I return to Blandln again thl" to his poll, Treasurer'u- 7, in TnllahiiHHee. Four pliu> side Elementary. 7: Hampton, Is scheduledto from July 16 to 30 when each event will for Transport) of htiae tank. I 0) 12
lor voluntary intoxication and I The first rroup I II year *ii ni Williams has! 87 per cent qualify cniulic'nte' basing his pica fo' from n m. till noonutiiruhiy.
1; Brooker 1; Countywide 1. (35 each for contributing: to arrive nt B1an'II'Ion:\ May companies from AlabAma. of the vote; Comptroller Fred the regional. knirk'i of the gas has been votes on the belief that. he cun Apr. 23. for the convenience
Tho number of vacancies I ending May I Florida, ul.slana. and Mis- UHS for state hamix-iei becau"1 the load or '. toCIIHt
training Top wishing
;he delinquency of their minor | 15 with Dickinson, 79 per cent; and pioHpect best. lepresent' the peo.>le of pel sons
existing at present are: Brad- children. The coup' was arrested -\ 29. This group wUJ' Includ.- I III ilppl will move inti the 78.- Attorney General) Earl) Fair- honors are sprinter Calvin. ncrvlriT' the plant Is of secondary I the three countlees in Tnllnhasseo. absentee ballots for the

fowl High. 6; Lawtey Junior by Deputy Dolph Red- I II 000-icrc reserve lion.Throustout cloth 82 per runt. Vat riot in the 110-)'<1. dash and tdntu.s. I :tiny' 3 primary The Saturday' '

High, 2; Hampton Elementary. dish at a beer "Joint" late at Motorcade the year th< The poll Indicated th.itLJuniH distance man Tony Lawson In However, the road l U scheduled houiH iu" beIng provided for

1, night. The officer found them Fuqua II Camp Blandlnq tnlllturv renorVHtlon has cut deeply into the the 880-yd. and mile runs to be rebuilt to) primary : ( ..ollll'e..I..1II : niranl persons. who work out of town

Coney said the turnover this Intoxicated and their two chllJren II Visits County SPIVBS as i logistical: I Negro'ole that ranged from The Tornadoes aUo expect to ppeclflcatloiui\ sooii. from Lake Moat: ob l'l'vel3.l1'fdlct! a Con- ind I'lInnoteet/ to the court-

jpjir is not as large as it has waiting for tha.n outsideIn bu...e of the F'loii.-U National' 90 to QJ pur cent tor High in field a very good splint' medley Butler to Brooker. through II : link rare bi'twoen houxft for any reason during

been in the past. their car.number. I Last Saturday I Guard and the oiuanlzatlon'f urban areas In 'Uie 196t campaign or mile relay team if Coach loans mad to B.adinrd: and uresHinaix Billy Matthews 0 the lemilai' hours from 8:30:

"Our starting salary. :IIIU.6jO of defendants ., maintenance shops aI''' also located ":"[any obscivvrs. do Divld HurHO decides to loud Union Counties by tho State Oolne"vlllelnd/ ConnvessmanDjn lo 5. :Monday. through FI'luN/) .
per year." Casey said, A for failure to One of the lal' pst political 1 at Blari'in'z.Juvenile outs quartot. He may go with Road Department. Fuqua of Alth.. for, th'' The deiulllne for casting.

"but we have promised all were fined 12.50 ,. motorcades ever assembled in I several I "p'ettynod"/ / combinations -I The loans hate been" ap I job of .lepresentln-j the new 24 absentee ballots 1 is 5 p.m.

teachers a $1;)() mine", and they have motorboat registrations Florida rolled into Atal Ice lastSaturday Books in hope of places I proved. and thC SlID hat county 2nd Con
know that our) School Board sr for failure to have adequate with Cor.res.sman:; \ I enough tcanm. high enough/ to mad? an Initial survey, of trip : Their.. two dlstilrts wer Mr''. Flynn wild that mound

,will do everything possible to llfesavln device!! aboard. Don Fuqua. who made whlil-- Now At Library Miss U-Co-Hi come home with another state pioject.County. I marred in the recent reiippoi- 15! abHiMUee. ballots have' been

better working conditions William Lonnie Henderson wind trip of seven' counties In I Pageant 1 Is Set title If he lcrldi.ft, tli.if.s the I tlonmpnt .shuffle nn-1 one wll'!' .,-iist. ,through; Tuesday
was sentenced to sic: month) Corvjresslonal l thoilMiip hof kx h:iv I Citiuiess' In
here. the new Second One > < best way to go. lifter the titluHUIHO be ousicrl from
On another school matter In Jail on assault and battery District. Stretching: some 15 lust arrived lit the public 11brwrv The Sjpliomore Class of led the Tornadoes to I next Tuesdav'H voting Bot'' KH: -KIVKUtOM: "IitliEEs" ; ; : :
Casey said that bids are being fharsres Involving an attack by miles along:; the htuhv! av. the In Sturkn On loan from Union County H.Uh School Is one state ehampionahlp three men aie. expected to: br favorItes t1 OF K
udvertiucd", on an $8OOOO. addition a group of youngsters on a motol'eade'a ported to l.he State Library In TiillariiiH-" sponioiiir the erminl MLa years" Ago unil. he had iiil.sacd, Postpone Meets mona voters. I In their olr

to Starko Elementary mart: In Lawtey. have more than 200 cats whenIt see. they Influde Bpproxim U-CO-HI pageant; at 8 p. m. by ii i hair several timed. : dlst..I. <-I.... anti the outcome( mar Starke area candidate re-

School. Charges; of no driver's license left Lake Butler I ly :noo exKy-to-rpad hooks for" Friday, May 6. In tI'eChaol/\ I The fart, that nome ofHiirsufs ( Two county boardA111.. posl- depend on which can pick m ceivlnK; degrees! In graduationMerely

against tw-j, person Speaking here from atop a I children of from pre- choolage audltoilum at Laic Butler. top limners/ me ulio pone their regiilai, 1 meetlin I the most upport, In his Clpponrnt' at the Unlierslty ofclolida
were dismissed when they 32-.voar-old! throntrh/ the 1th /gra<\\f. f last weekend were
the him I stionghold.For
station wason.;: In addition to the beauty baseball playem/ IIHH kept I dates next week due to Tuesday / "
produced the documents: In Altha dwelton The other. :.VK I ) ate from SlTi ;Maillyn! E. Heinwalli
Congressman from I from/ fielding his bo-t nien (;0\PI'".>i*
<< I will be talent election

there a First Primary
Sturke pageant: I being:
his .chonl I of Science.Fredeilck .
court. Bachelor
: in through Starke.
!Ifb.ie grade/ .
the seniority both each event 140 far.MPKI.NO Some polls have predlctBthit
Preliminary testLnony wai with Conyiessman I level and include books on show and I day. Burn J. Pellum. Ji .

GARDEN CLUB hearl:: In a case against Paul Billy campaign Matthews of Ca'.ncsUlle'! I varied subjects notion antTState's The School Board: l will meetIt \ and fo'.mor Governor: senator. Haydon Scott Kel-) Staike. Master of Ails; Raymond
Alfred Iintt. but was cut oft coat non-nrtlon. cents for Ollbel.t.lelrose.: .
Second Di.--tilrt I 10 a. m Wedllp.'dlMIlY 4. neal'
for the (: / Iv wi.l be the top twc
I abruptly when, It. wa discovered hrnnleaed I ': This year's contestants are: Attorney T. 1 E.: Duncan Sclei.ee, John
I'HI of
the Sitmmor B.ic'ielor
Since < i
that mush :
He said : and the County ConimUsloti Tuesday. and will be pitte-
Flower Show the man before the court campaign: thatit Program" begins: ah the the run
I' ,was the defendant's! brother,, \ took many In years to get on the children in the ii.'en will ond LlnJa:! Locketman. all of I Wednesday! In connection with' 4 I til meet nt 0:30:: ) a. m. Thurs. I a'jaln; each other in us stionu-. Heights. Doctor of Education.
This prediction
Saturday. May 7 Lott was charged with having! fh<> appropriations corrjrlttee. I have a wide 1 range of reading. I Lake Butler, and Elaine Johnson the <:prlni tel m tf Circuit I day. May S off. "

I abandoned a dalrv truck on when In actuality eUht mf m- material to aeJei.t from.. of Ralford Court sot for MOII-HA Mav 1 U

7:30 to 8:30: P.M. US-301 late of warning at night devices.without bcrs, of that committee namedat I 'I 70% 01 County's Negro Students I
: I display!! the some time a* his opponent -i Starke Man
Captured ----
Judse Yawn ordered a warrant than I
had served less II White Schools |
Issued for Lett's arrestinj I Ask Assignment to
Sunday, May 8 four years In Conxvess!

set bond at $130. "This h not an Issue. I rank (' Got Your House Surrounded' white ocliooU, thlf
We've Bradford dommatelv
rent of
: About ten
committee per
12 Noun to 5:00 P.M. 1I 1 Police Report ,I I my twelfth opponent on my ranked 26th out : County's !>OD) Negri year .He. except Bald, that Brooker/ all whitesehusls. are

the school children have requiestetassignment |' ( "
I I his committee at
five of 34 on
report arrests -
At The I, City police week. I beslnnlna!! of this Congress; Mayor Randal: Chilly was rylng! out a weekend' training' of the tarke Police Force.who Chitty to Camp Bunding for to prexlominantlv involved.

I :, for the past CourtL'uesday Fuqua said. "The real Issue Is aroused: from bed bv a jangling exercise in the area with were In on the act, arrived ,I afckeeplni fl, but ann arrival white Hrhnoln. Supt Tom Cnscy -,., Alignment uf pupils for the

1.'J.otm.HANK! Heard In Major's the man who can most effectively telephone about: a. m. their mission! being to on the! scene !and of the pjllce they 'Infiltrated" said yexterdavThia I comlnir school year will be
night were: I Into the nearby' \\oeds. and total) is based, 1 on re- acted upon Ht the School Board
At Starke Starke, represent the people! of Sunday picked i up the receiver trate" the defense of "lntU-1 Special Foices men "
Weldon W. olf the went back to bed. BiiltM from about 3.200) registered ; meeting on :\Io.yt.. Casey said
I $17.50.Alberta the Second Contles1onalDistrict. : : and heard the disconcerting: : :destroy! the water ?unfl-e: by netting mayor
excessive speed. i firecrackers About 60 members of Company forms. whli-h were ninnc'1\ and notices of .assignments" ( will
Information that "we've capture the mayor. oversize I
: Jenkins. Stnrke. disturbing C participated .in the exercise by either parent or students.' ,. be mailed soon after that.
and The motorcaje: started at 10a. ;got your hou.se surrounded Chltty hastily diessed and 'shook the neighborhood.
This Space Contr1butdWeekly the peace. profane .t'I! and were "theoretically ansi were returned to the Casey said that parents of
I :
I $27.50 and in Lake City. and covered If you don't surrender In lIve went outside en a thoughtful of Chltty's nehhbsrs:
I to PnbllclCommwilty 110 Indecent language m.192 miles ending: at a political minutes, were going to blow It Special Forces lieutenant out of bed grabbeJ his gun.ani successful"] In blowing up School Board by the deadline kindergarten or first grade.

days. in- In Gainesville that, up." advised. "Better put on your came out to see what a.1. ] Starke's water tank. Police last Friday children may obtain registration
Et I bi I Isadore Ollson public rally is estimated that After the Initial shock wore coat Major. It., cold out the shooting was about. Chief Bill Rosser saU that his Casey !mild the total of 00 > forma at any school,

tox1c t1on. $27.50. niaht.. It mAtiI' off the .mcn\bf1"d! here." The mayor Is also a The epcl l Forces who force T.-oiiH b.. hotter prepared Npgrs rf1't"8tln! d"lIfl1m..nt.A : und asked:l that they fill\ them
The Community Tfr'nirly! Cs't'"' (n'oj p'ihltn( I nv.r''. Ih'l"'"' Rnn'"", ,I"p'nIn" r,.I.( ,.,. nut t f.r* Stats g-V !:'ts''n: t.- :" 'v I -&t.s. !.:....... rr !1.U- "' .? +' ':' .' :'. :... tlUt PUi'\1p\ .r...." b*, 8.o4r.-U"t!.
11':. '. '; ':_:.1. .."...rin'r' nh* ri--<- i'::: :. : !'. -!-': A.sLz' tfcafcMfr.: r--KUx.it.; h..4 ;';.wUh oJ '
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'...nV. : TWO ,.,. .r If'f' ., ItKAIWOKl TtHJUHItAV. APIUI :26, 1911 I .

I! :Mrx' K L. Crawford was 1I | Mr. and :Mrs. L. C. Adams Jamie Worley of Warner,, Mrs W. G. Halle returned Dr. and Mrs. Barnev Mc- -
I in ksonvlllo over the weeki i, attended the funeral, of Mrs. I Robbins Oil spent the weekend i Last. Friday after two weeks< I Rae Jr. and family of Lake and 1/I rilE RIGHT '-OIN', (orl .4I
f sYr end visit ing her son Thomas Mary Dutch in Jacksonville. with his undo and mint Malt! with her son und family I City were visiting Mr. l way you write. Cumo In (aj
1 Crawford her sister Mrs I II Monday morning I Mr. anti Mis ('!nude Towson. All-. anti :Mrs. Woodfin Hallo I|I Mrs. 1\kRae: Sr. on Sunday i select<<: jour f.orlt. E 'Ea.
Myrtle Adklns. and granddaughter Barry Klith"" ,. of Jacksonville I{ at Lake Bedford.' in :Miami! The Halle family I t

I Mills Beverly Craw University pent tho past I Ronald 1 L. Thomas is home brought Mrs. Halle home and I A Clarified At] Ir the TELE; BROOK Fourtala Pen. TELL:
ford. week between semesters with after aix months In National went, on to Tallahassee lo get GRAPH.
GLADYS MOOTY I|I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dunsby "' claspmnte., Otto :Marx' :, In Guard Service lit Aberdeen their daughter, Miss Sandra. 1 GRAPH bf ..-', -ejults.:
Phone 96<1.0651 tad son. Micky, uf U. of F. Byram, Conn. | Proving Grounds Md. wherehe Halle from FSU to take her I I

-" I' visited Rev and Mrs./ W. M :Miss Linda' Kay Holton completed 14 weeks in a home, for the summer. Miss I aes.e__ ----- --"" --.
+ Dunn KB n in La von U. Oa I'I made the Piasident' list of I :Mechanic\ School. I little. has been on the Deal's! '
Mc'M w 't Ir- I Sundiv to TuesdayMrs St. Johns River" .hn Ioi' ('01- I Jlr. and Mri. John Benny l I Hat: at FSU for the past. two 1. 'Pe'ie' GIBSON
L. W. Strickland of P.
:i Sipp und dtiifthlpis of Hiy-j: ; yen rs.
Wildwood{ and Mis EMItliChrldtliinicn : I I'got.Mr. .
And) :Mrs. Fred "f Staike visited I with Mr. and Mra. Curl .
i their sister, Mis 1 Ella Moody.In : and family .spent the weekend :\ and. Mrs Marc f Jackson Sapp.Mr. 'I Clayton, III. and I son Jam,-" Senator for the Sixth
i it I
1! I Green love Spl'lngOVE'r! in West Pnlrn rieni' with were visiting, her 1 parents. Mr. Viikle of Largo, were weekendgue l

r the weekend.Mi I her .brother, Stanley Wentling.i and \hs H. E. Smith In \Vili ,.m of Mrs. Margaret: Jackson : FOR:

and./ :Mrs.' N. K. Hurst I'i I I Dr. ami :Mrs./ It. G. QuUley! i liston over the weekend :Mia.' Jackson also hus
of Miami i and Ind.11 na polls nnd GwennUof Mrs.\ Pearl Edwards a ill visiting/ her, her daughter. NO Sales Tax G'..
r Ind. are visiting Mrs.. W. S. I daughter. Mrs. M R. Judd were In .JIIOI Mis. FJ F. Culn of Anbury -
Sliuli- und fiimily fruiii VW'Inexdnv Ilinliftx. Nova Scntl.i 'erevisiting |
Tuesday N.
I per visiting friends Park" J. on Groceriesand
to Frliliiy : .. their uncle' .1. T. 'and relatives.
1fr.ln Mr. and :Mrs. Keith Kcevp! Qulfjley. 11I..t'cl'lc.. They all I1'I Mir and, Mrs. Keith Oilliner- I I moved their trailer from MedicinePaid

Miss Gloria Sapp, and< son of Winter turk vialt- 'IIlte,1.11': and Mrs RimerJohns ham and) daughter of Jackson-j i :.112 W, Andrews street, to flip
.:? c I hei parents' Mr. ant "[I'.. I vllle will be weekend
guests Nelson US
und family at Apollo property on
Edwardlinkman( N L \V"urtblll'l1. over the I of her parents. Mi and Mr* 301 North. Politloal Adv. by Campaign Tress
t w..Ie'n.l. '
:: To Wed In June Ouy Sale.

I _:'_--::': :;-i "------.- .- __..- -. -":--"" .- --- -- ""'"
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Miss Lynn DixonIs Katherine MyrickEngagement j Mr and Mrs. George w.1 '

i Snpp ol La*tey announce I ----I
EngagedTo ToldMr 1 I I II
I \ engagement and approaching: II
Terry L. FultonMr !, marriage of their daughter / 1 I

and Mrs. Robert Myrick Gloria Dianne to Edward I -
And Mrs. O. O Dixon of I of Starke announce the engagement GeoJire/ Hlrkman, son of Mr !
Starke announce the engage-I of their daughter. and Mrs Raymond E. Hick I
ment of their doughier, Mar la Katherine Sue, to Roiiald Lei man of Hopewell Junction. IV
LyneMe I iLvnnl 1 to Terry Lynn I Fltzpatrlck. son of Mr. and Y. '

Fulton, son of Mi' and Mrs. T j' lira, Ore W. Fitzpatrick of Miss Sapp\ Is a 1864 Slade's
T Fulton of Dunran. Okla. I I' Kettering. Ohio. gate of Bradford:!' Hluh! School
The wf'cdlnwl1! : \ take placeon J :Miss Myrick. a graduate of and Massey Business College" !
June 24 1the:; Bible Bap-' BHS in the class ot 19(15.( is a in Jacksonville. an.i is now
tat Seminary Chapel 1 1Arltngton In> 1 f student of the Bible Baptist employed by the Agricultural
Texas' v,hel'e Miss I Seminary. Arlington Texas Department of the Universityof
Dixon and her flnace: are stu- I :Mr. Fitrpatrick! is m the U. S. Florida. in Gainesville. I II
dents. Army and is stationed at Fort Mr. Hickman, an alumnus '
The bride-elect Is a graduate I Polk La. of Wappinsrs! Central) Utah>
of Bradford Hish! School class I No date has been bet for the School. Wapplnsers! Falls! N I I I
of 'l ''N"" -- -
1964 wrdding.Mr : Y. is attending evening and j fII.fII.II l 1 aw. II
extension C'lacrSf'B at Dutches" r rl, bill i .sy'4_

Mjr. and, :Mrs.: Randal Chit : 'nnd Mrs. Frank Owslev Community College: Pouuhkcepsl I I
ty Capt and Mrs. Drew Reddish and family of Palatka were' ?, N. Y., whet he is. mn- i

Lt. Col. and Mrs H. :M. I Sunday guests/ of Mr. and, :Mrs' toting In commercial a' t lie '. "i/f 7 .-"' tl
Hatcher Lt. and Mrs. JimmyReddish i Is employed by his father! in I .lid II 'lllYMa e1+ l II IIhry
I James V. Crosby and attended( r d I If I' =-
and Mr. and Mrs. 3.G. the First Baptist Church the dairy business. i it II
Denmark will attend the homecoming. The wedding will! be an i| r
annual National Guard convention Robbie Smith received n event of June. I I !
In Tampa, Friday to II Il 'd''idilli
broken nose during bimeball I l p'I F i i'' s II I 111
Sunday L LII
I practice at the high school last :Mr. and MrL/ F. Smith i iIr _
Jeff Warren spent the weekend Wednesday. Joey Reese ,
and children of Paxton II
'with Pons I I
Terry In Tallaliassee. -
received a broken Jaw during l
were visiting their F '
) He 'went with Mr. and I : 1'Jrentll'l: | l I' '
the baseball game at the local Mr. and. Mrs. Smith if
:Mrs.: Bryant Reddish of Law '
field and Is
Friday afternoon h'1
Mrs: Luclla Davis! over the I
tey who visited :Mr. and .Mrs. convalescing at home this weekend. lu
Jack Pons. I t. t
week. Cl',*\ I
Mr. and Mrs.\ Wilbur Barry
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams StevIe Simmons and Robert Iii d
I and family of Gainesville were
daughters of Perry wereweekend Hall left Sunday for Fort
visiting Mr and Mrs. J, C
guests of Mr. and'1
Jackson S. C. for eight months Model
Mrs. Ervin Hobh": /! on Sunday. ]
service with the .Rational I' 1 II
Mr and Mrs/ Louie Woods Guard. Mr and :Mrs. Calvin John WESTINGHOUSE JET SET 1 19" INSTANT-ONTM TV
end Rons of Live Oak were Richard Hobbs of the University were visiting relatives nt Day-
visiting :Mr. and, Mra. J, S. of Florid Is home this I I! tona Bench over the w..n'" j I i Turned Off-A New Kind Of Television, It Doesn't '
Stare Back At You Turned On--A New Kind Of
Woods .
: on Sunday.M. Tom Moore '
1\ of the est
week between trimesters. Key | tBnia
B Jordm -Softer,Clearer, Easier to Watch Top Front
underwent Naval
Merrill Edwards { Base was home for the Controls with Illuminated
Mr. and Mrs. \ Pop-Up VHF and Slide-Rule
surgery Tuesday In the Florida -,1 we..kE'nd. Miss Maria Mooreof UHF Model RJF 45
I and eons, Steve and, i( Channel Numbers Instant-OniM TV- No Wait,
Sanitarium in Orlando.Dr the weekend J i in "KSU" 1 1:1: nlso. home for ten No Warm-Up, No Walk Back Special Duty Chassis
and J\frif. H. H. Adnmwwere I Ricky spent I days between trimesters. HEAVY DUTY 15 LD.yz for Weak Signal l Areas Memory Fine Tuning Twin
I Naples with Mr. !and Mrs. :M.i I Cu Ft
guests of Mr. and Mrs.T VI J. Edward j :Mr.: and :MJS.' J. A. Gisay Telescoping VHPUHF; Antenna Cobalt Blue or 14 REFRIGERATOR
H. Slidt: at Orean Reef 1 last |I spent the weekend with MiI '. H. P. MOTOR Granada Brown
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hlxon
Tuesday to Friday. I I I and Mrs. Thomas Glass. in At-
Mr. and! Mrs. A. 08. London I have moved from Westmore j llnnta, On and attended. the No Down
and family, Mr. and. Mrs. W ,, land street to the Rodney Hall[ I wedding of their niece Adelle "The Finest Washer Built" $179.50 j NO FROST-NO MESS EVER
M.\ Sml'tt' ) Bryan John.. and I home on the HamptonThi.re.as.i | Gissy
Patsy demons pent Sunda I: re.as.i' road. Pvt. Douglas Seymour leftSntnrday $ Payment FROST NEVER FORMS-

,at St Augustine Beach. for Fort Knox Ky $199.50 PORCELAIN INTERIORI I
J after ten days leave of absence

Eat Better For Less :! ]nanny at Rhoden home.. nnd Brinson $10 DELIVERS OTIIKK; DELUXE THROUGHOUT.

Savage Jr well initiated lnt(
CITY FISH SPECIALSDIXIE the local UeMoliiv: Chapter on PORTABLES From

Sunday Masonic: < At Lodge the Wimdstock In Jacksonville Purl. 12 LB. MODEL $177.50 $119.95 No Down $269. 5

---SEE-ALL--22 oz pkg. Local< admittances. to Bradford $10 DELIVERS I NOTHING DOWN Payment W.T.

Black-Eye Peas Count lloi
Rig Limas week Include. : Gregory Sweat -
Little Lima 4 FOR ;) J fJ''E>I'oL IUKli.ir.il.. Mrs' -

Great Northerns .Smith.liunoUiWaters Mrs. Isabel!, Mrs.\ Simpson Mlldret! / "' ; yw'3wjweBwAJiSsiRiSau.: :''' ': i;:,. S.*. '1-j SfSE .

Mrs I Kathryn 1.1'11 mlln. Mrs the newMAGIC -

PLANTATION 4 1 LI). I''g.' Ruby Griflis, Howard Crews
and Uavld JJuncnn." all 01 ...
GRITS OR MEAL 19c Stnrke. Leonard Carr an

James, Akildge of Keyston GHEE )1
SEE-ALL Long (irain Height.*; Mri. Lena Clement, i
RICE 8 Lb. Pkg. 99c of Melrost1.' : :'.!lII. Patsy Weaver -
of Kli>nihi>mo.; and Mrs gas range
GA.-UED Mac\ CVmba of Mai-clenny\ I 9 at
No. J Cans!! : l
Mrs. A. E:.
TOMATOES 8 Cans $1.1>0 her uncle Di O. B. Ji.i/.on' .

: in the Gainesville Medical ---Ja,
j I Center on Monday[ .. H )

SAXET No. 300 Cans Mls.s* Phyllis. Hail'Uxk. was .. .. .:..". "i
on -
brat at St I I

niacX-Eye Peas Johns River' Junior College/ ... ... ;. ," ..... .... .. ...,..
'if '' ) -, .., ., r
I :\11'8.I'u'y' @@ '"-' '1'r, ."..., ". "",.. ? a' 't
Handy of Charleston >
June NJaG I ) 0 r
PeasMutter $ --
S. C is visiting Mr _
Bean I and Mrs W. R. Richardson c _;" ..- -= i I:. .
8 CANS $1 for I
Great; Northern two weeks.: They spent
several days In St. Petersburg
Beans last week and visited Daytona Io&odrf ac.6j3! ( l I j .
Bench on TuesdayAir. y
and Mrs, 'David Montgomery WESTINGHOUSE 2t. INSTANT-QMJ COlOR TY II IIInstantAnTN a
IRISH POTATOES -- 10 Lbs. .59c Sad family were Sufi ,
Color TV-Sound At Once, Picture 1" II r
day luncheon 6
Seconds ;
guest\ of their Instant Color =
50 LBS. Fidelity Automatically "
$2.75 aunt Mrs. George Oldham in Assures 21"HIGH Immediate,Totally Pure Color Westinghouse 'Ig j
-- -- Jasper, C"; BRIGHT Picture
Tube-tu11265 Sq. Inches
of t
Mrs John W. Griffin( Truest Colors 25KV Picture Power -'- -
BEEF SALE of Automatic Color Control I. t-- --
Oi-hlochnee. Oa. 1 i.< spending! VHF. U -AII-On-One-Dial All_ 82 Channel Tuning ,j, _
Memory Fine a I IItiJ
the weekend here Tuning --
She is Contemporary Styling, ill s
ALL U. S. GOOD Walnut Grain Finish on
bringing home Selected -
her mother """" 20503WMagic HUdNOOIJ Solids' and Genuine Hardboard '
Mrs. F. F. Slump who has Paneling ,

BRISKET STEW, LB. 39c been visiting the Griffins tOl'sevel'al Chef Quality At This
weeks.Mr. I Lowest Price Ever

ALL MEAT STEW LB. 69c and Mra Sidney Jack-
Low Low Price
son gave a suipiLse, birthday ON COLOR TV GIANT 17 FT. FREEZER
CHUCK I supper Saturday night for CO I"LE1'JU4YUTOMATIC CLOCK
I Jf'o
their daughter Mrs O. R. AND; haH'n't seen the clear crisp picture ofColor Deluxe Safety
ROAST or STEAK LB. 59c Alvarez Jr. Out-of-town TIMER 1S'estinghou..e l'olor-You Warning Light and Lock
SHOULDER /guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dun No Down 00 INSTANT: !\ ON TOO!
Ray Tilley of .
Jacksonville' $ 50
ROUND STEAK LB. 79c Miss :Mumle' Anderson and Choose From Any No Down $
Mrs. P. R: Stone of Archer Payment YAOO\v.-r. Style $219

RIB STEAK LB. 79c were visiting, their sister ::\lr'l HURRY! Payment _
K M. Davis, over the week.

Mr and )Irs. J. R. Martinof
PORK CHOPS LB. 89c Tallahassee' are spending

several days with her parents )I
Mr and, Mrs. J. H Dennis. I I11' SLADE GAS g G Home of Service and Quality
:\ and Mrs. Charles Fields:

(fay Tish&MeafMarke and were family visiting of their Jacksonville mothers/ 332: W. MADISON STREET PHONE 9 ...7101

Mm, 0 W White Sr and Mis

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'" i'.., ,,t ay r } I ,j.-.- Ii. I I 'I'I I I
aVl'Utl Il8 1r11MIMMaNVN1AA1"" }+ !? Woman's Club UDC To MeetW a..u.. .. .old. ? -, i, ". III" 'I I Ir
VI Hit( Ml,'t 1 I..l! I .,,.1 ." .1 I
M,4 Receives HonorsAt .. ,, .
Hi'l lilt th. 'fin 11,1 i i.n I 'i"III "
T. Weeks chapter UDC I ". Ml. f,It'll Iff |Ih.t| f 1' 1 Ill. .a I t Ib.I I II ,.
State Meet t will meet Wednesday.: May I I II"i'lilt ('''U''I of llti.rli, ..Id l < '"'miIV '
t'R+ ''t t i'l'J: : p m. at the home 4'1 I "" UP lM.fm'" .tin. .'n d.l ihlii" i\ 1
L nt 1 '11111. If : | .,.,.
I j S U Mrs C J Houpt piesld I'U > 4IlM' -
GLADYS MOOTY Mrs I. D Vlnlnic with \ .
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allt-HTdtlnni" M 1'1. nt
f Phone 964-0651:) of the Starke Woman's Club Joe Wilson. Mis W. S. Slade.// IV,111 br l tltl,it**n IH i?"s II| l .
nave an interesting report on and Mrs. 0 L. !Uu' nes YOU and) M ll It. t r..ft /pi' Ml'.Hrl.u "
the activities which took place III l tHt....n IIL: nri-,,, i l f. ,,
i I'u' )110 .tesHtsi I
II the rHnt d" muud. .,, n h.1,15,1,7. ,
at Lie i 1''ct'nt > Ilifi I
Garden ClubMembers I, ,
Supper Given Woman's Cluu icnvi-n '' '
I Ttuurlt' 'r "hllO:' 'o- I
Have I For New Priest tlon in Clearwater at the re i I' '"!!". till" ,I'niipi or Tim ..".-.. t rpnlt. w"M'K" 1'I.i i ''Ii"r i
I ,. i":, ,i't, "l
iilai meeting Wednwdujafteinoon Irghlh I:,, .Imlli-lnl" rir.-ult 'in' 11.irks" in ln. '
FlowerVorkshop At St. EdwardsSt. 1 ',.1 i l In And (g!.>.. llniiiri.nl"Hi '.. *' unity Telegraph .i r isr.I.> i
last week.Ml'e. .. .
of '
i In lMmn.'fry.' "tiuU.Mifil. In Hi/ ad, 1 ,MI 'i
I ; l, Q Powell gave the ,>.. S.. |1-iM.l: : I KlorlrltiWttitHHi.
Mr.i. Henry RaatUma; ofLacrosse Edtt aid's Citholli' devotional and Mra. Randal Mill., KIIXJll.M: 'I U.'..n. 1'111 HIV, h.itnl.. ml. a..1I' I I
conducted '"if" Irl-I tilt <'">nri! nt "Nrn. K" .. i Hi 1 ,n,01'. I I 11, .1 i
a workshop Church velcomed Ihou ('limit' Ford '10' .
parishnners: !low Great
I Chitty sang i I.< 'i. ,.111111.. I I1 "luiintKloi, Ula, tinJTih, d .
on flower arrangementsat : their:: new priest. Father Ed- Vjirll. 19Hhtrittrt'rr! ,
"I'': /HPli:' .UK. P"1I1.1'r.sSI'" .
the April meeting of the i wnrd Kirby with covered ArtThe local club received the :. I Miril'K, : Ill.>!' Nv ,I'r *'"M"'KT si,: \(I., i
1 I 1 .. (I'M \KI.K.-t \ "r.111.1'1,1/; i.1 1 1. iIii i
Starke Garden Club on Monday I dish supper In the parish hall ,, r vl l r rr following honors at the convention T." flaw< ,ring Kuril, n''a n. 11.\-' ,* ,'Ir.. mt' Ci, ,.11 i., i.1' II' i n/ii'i
nUht' at St. Mart's Parish llll.'lllMl I '''>mi I>,"n' I I' I'Mh'! .\111''
Sunday f'venln"nthl'r/: Kirby : the Honor Score Cer- Marcia Haynes "n..., n., .. iijnt' ,II"P.. ,.. N'o\ "un'.\ ,
Hall came to the Starke parish tlfl.-ate and the Service Certificate 1 "in{ It'. I I... ::11.,1"h M M 01.t I I.' | 'V

Final plans were made for from the .. Plans August .,. .. .. ('/I'l.." .
St Pl'tel.'Io..url( pai- for outstanding sup- 1.11 II II. t I. I.01.\ "I I .1 I I J < It ] i
the Spring; Flower Show to beheld Ish. f port of General Fi'derati "HI'H' I ii' ,I.ii .',' ., Iris'1.. I I II
Wedding Date .
to.- ," :. I
May 7-8 at the Florida Mis. Michael O'lhoolv' Altar CARE Vocational TiainnproKram : 'IM.I..,II, I 1...M. 1.I V .I ,,.. ,II .. ., .1 I'I HUNTLEY
Bank at Starke. I I Society President. Intic aced The Staike club Or aiikl! Mrii. Othrna Lamoi I, nlnlat I 'fl "n.l v i a i I Ir.111 Keep

Mrs. Raattoma demonstrated I I Father Klrby. press book won third i place in Haynes announce! the tiiKK ,, .01.I .., ..1. I. I Iltl State Representative
VllI It I I 'h..1"I .1' I"
the effective use of background | Dining tables were, set up In the :!' material to show arrangements i nIP hall for the sui/rie) on d received in the Arts and Crafts I'la'le' of their d.Lujl1tel'fal:

: ; to their best ad- | the head table held an ntnar- :apartment for an at han cia Lynn to Bobby Wilson

vantage and Improve the tlve arrangement! of colorfulcut which was knitted by Mrs. Weluh. son of Mr. und Air.

quality of the flower show. flowers. Herbert Speer. Mrs Smith Woodrow Wilson Welch oi i L. 'Pete'H GIBSONSenator
Hosteses! for the evening DcVoe was awarded honorable! Jackson .Miss

were Mrs. L. L. Fullwood and New PTA OfficersTo mention for her outstanding The wedding is planned for .

Mrs Charlie Cowen with Mrs. I work as liaison officer betweenthe
Reception For Joanos August 26 at the Fliht :Methodist
T. I. Mersereau and Mrs. L. V. Be Installed Woman's Club and the Churca in 'lake for the Sixth

I Ha r din assisting-! Supt Tom Casey will Install | Air. Hiul !Mr. liiiM K. Felon. IrlJ'ht.t'r.) .. hostsVpOneiduy Senior Citizens Club. The bride-elect I U a actuate!
Mrs Houpt also;; accepted of Bradford County High
Executive BoardThe the new officers at the Starke \ night of lu ttnk at a reception (given at the Garden It4>"tauriiiit for three awards for the Staike School and is now attending FOR: i ,

Elementary PTA meeting on Janie E. JotuioH of TallaliUHNee (center), who 1 I..* a rantlldate for the Group 2A Heat. Junior Woman's Club for law William Carey College: Hat-

executive boar-) of the Tueesday. May 3. at 7:30: p. m In the Slat Senate I'mirlng coffee. Is !Mr. Herbert Thonnw. (Oulnewvllle Aim photo observance and crime preven- tlcbbiug ""Miss where she is Sensible

Starke Woman', Club will In the cafetorlum. by Sam McGarvey). tion, the Honor Roll certificate majoiing In English! She Is a t.
meet Thursday May 5. at 10a. The sixth grad children I and the Freedom Award member of Thallun Society.

m. at.. the home of Mrs. c. will present the program and Prom-am "Certificate of The brldeuroom-el-'ct groa- ReapportionmentPaid

J. Houpt. I I the first grade mothers will be I Denise Winkler Beta Sigma Phi Family Dinner Merit. uated from Fonett Hill High

In cnarge of refre. hnentll., Observes 35thAnniversary Honors Mr. Rosier Mrs. Walter S. Jones of School:; Jackson. Miss and is Political Adv. by Campaign TreM."Mother's .
I And Cheryl Godwin : Jacksonville was chosen outstanding also attending William Carey

Keep HUNTLEY The Southslde Elementary FriendsI I On BirthdayThirty i club member of the College where he Ls a memberof
State Representative PTA meeting is being postponed : State. She has Installed two the William CIII'e.C.' Club

<<< Pd. Pol. Adv.) I until May 10 because of Godwin and Denise Gamma Theta Chapter of two grandchildrenand ''of the club's presidents. :Mrs. and is majoring In bu:.ines- !I
election on May 3. Cheryl Beta Sigma Phi sorority cele- 11 ureat-Riandchlldien: James Griffin and Mrs. Houpt admlnLstiatlon. Day"
Winkler were hostesses at a brated the 35th anmversary of were among those gathering The Florida Federation adopted I

I party: for 30 friends last Fri- the organization's founding last Sunday to help J. Q a resolution urging Individual Dinner
ANNOUNCINGOPENING day night! at the Elk Club. Monday evening at the Hamp- Quincy I r Rosier celebrate his clubs to initiate 'T riceedlngs SPECIAL -

The 7th and 8th graders en- ton Lake home of Mrs! F. E. 71st tirthday: anniversary at for child car legislation For Mrs. Houpt

OFIrene's joyed games dancln. and refreshments -''I'' Overholser with Mis. Connie the Rosier home ro-.tl'.west: of In their respective cum" i

during\ the even- Clink as hostess. La wtey munitles. They were also askedto Mis. c. J. Houpt was delight-

Thirty-five years: ago, the The honor guest was presented actively support legislation fully suipil.sed at a birthday
Beauty Salon @ covered" first chapter of the sorority with a beautiful birth- permitting prayer and Bible dinner given In her honor last 8X1O1aOOI

;I and centered with a Gold floral was formed In Abilene' day cake and other gifts. reading in public schools. Friday evening at the HolidayInn

(Originally Blue Chip Drive Inn) arrangement. Kansas There are now 8,000 Helping him celebiate the Clubs were asked to request U by members of the Starke I

Chaperoning the a.'falr were chapters and 185009 embers occasion were his wife Mrs. S. Public Health Service and Woman's! Club executive

OPERATORS I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkler. In 15 countries. Annie Rosier and his chil- the Railroad Industry to take board. I most: beautiful Rift in the Your
Traditional ceremonies were' to halt discharge. of untreated The Dutch Treat dinner was
and Mrj. Frank steps
J. B. Godwin and Mrs.J dren: Mr. world for the most wonderful
-. observed as Mrs. Philip Clark Cruce and family Mr. and l sewage from passenger held 1., a private dining room
AND IRENE MOBLEY I F led the members In the Found- Mrs. Clyde Qriffls. Clifton trains. where the head table was girl in your life PortraitFRI.

er's Day Pledge. :Mrs. Connie Roster! and Mr. and Mrs. The Florida Federation of centered with an arrangementof

i Story Hour Clark, chapter president presented George Oiiffts and daughters / Woman's Clubs received the pink and lavender sweet-

Special i < a special message from oil of Lawtey. Mr. and i following awards: George peas in a silver compote. Seated ., SAT.-APRIL 29TH-30TH

FRIDAY SATURDAY V Story Hour will be held at the soiorlty's founder WalterW. Mrs. Edmund Rosier and family Washington Honor medal presented :! at the head table were Dr

5 the Public Library on Thursday Ross of International of Macclenny: Mr. and by the Freedom Foundation and Mrs. Houpt and their 10 A.M.-5 P.M.All .

April 2930PERMANENTS May 5. at 3:30: p. m. with Headquarters in Kansas City. Mrs. Leonard Cruce and family a placque from the daughter. Mrs. V. W. Strlck-

Mrs. W. B. Scoggins a* story- The local chapter of Beta of Sanford: Mr. and l Mrs. Florida Library and Historlca' 'land and her three children
teller All children betweenthe Sigma Phi was organized in Homer Hart and ci"i"l.ters ot Commission and an Award fo Mrs. W. H. Nollman read a Ages-1 to a Family

ages of 6 and 9 a.e invited! Stake in 1950. Now with 271 Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. J. participation in CARE. 'Irthday poem to Mrs. Houpt

to attend. Refreshments! will : active members the sorority I I i L Blade and daughter of Mrs. Houpt was selected by which she had written and

PHONE: 961.1233 be served. sponsors the Brovuile Troop of '1 Hamltvtalso; his nephews. the local club to be a delegateto dedicated! to the honoiee. Newbern's Studio

Starke and olio the annual I' Mr" and Mrs. Wlllnrd Sapp I the National convention of The board members presented -
I I proie.-t of helping the underprivileged and daughters! end Elpasoi the General Federation of Mrs. Houpt with a set of
children of the public I'Sapp of Jacksonville Others Women's Clubs in Chicago. I TV trays as a memento of the I I- 114 N. Walnut Street

school system. I present Included Mr. Roster'ssister I June 8-11. Any Club member I occasion.

Vote Elect I Mrs. Ollle Oilffis of I.I wishing to attend the convention -
Support Mrs F. E. Overhclser' and contact Mrs I
Mrs. W. A. Stern are serving Jacksonville: Rev. Matthias of should:! ,

as chapter sponsor and director Mnxville. and Rev J. E. Nor Houpt as soon a& possible. Count on Caxp'sFor a

respectively! man of Lawtey and George Reasonable transportation
Q Rambo of Jackso:vtlle. rates and hotel accomodattons
C The Newest 1
Southern Memorial are available. I ?

U [Junior WomenTo Members were reminded that 1 ,

Day ObservedSouthern tickets are now on sale for the in Fashionable
Hear ReportsThe annual breakfast to be held

A Memorial Day was May 11 Contact Mrs. J. H.
observed Sunday afternoon, executive board of the DuPre for reservations which

P L April 24, when a group of Junior Woman's Club will should be made not later' than I

women sponsored! by the W. [ meet tonight Thursday, at R Monday May 9.
T Weeks chapter. United p. m. at the home of Mrs
The nominating committee
I IB Daughters Charles Hutchrson on E. Call
A of the Confederacy, t presented l the following slate wo
met at Crosby Lake Cemetery
I of officers for 1960-67: president
f F to pay tribute to the men who The regular monthly meetIng Mrs. C. J. Houpt: first
rr fought' In the War Between of the club will be held vice-preMdent.! Mrs A. J.

;,.,rr t The ,States. i Monday. May 4. at a p. m at Thomas Jr.: second l vice-presi-

i After a devotional and short |I the club house with Mrs. Harold dent Mrs. Guy Sale: ; third

L program the women assistedby > Godwin and Miss Bitty. vice-president.' Mrs. F. W.

a group of Q'll' Scouts Jane Morgan as hostesses. Strickland''; fourth vice-presi!

I. E placed Confederate flags and II i There will be no planned dent. Mrs W. W. Hood; recording -

I flowers on Confederate sol-1 program for the evening as all secretary Mrs. P. T

E 0 I diers1 graves and United States reports! from officer and Nolln; corresponding; secretary -

flags/ on the grave.. of the I chairmen will be 'II'|ien. Mrs. Guy Andrews;

1 Union soldiers and the soldiersof I I treasurer Mrs. Herbert /Speer i 4r

I, the Spanish-Ameilcan war. 1 I ,.- |.uj.11,1.,( t I... Ihn .1 rrltllnrt." Refreshments were served j' 599 899'TII.
I <' "" ',,,rat'a Nhrrl. 'x. "S.mriiti| by Mi's. Charles Sclimitt and I rj.
II A flawvirle] Ad In the Tm.-; .ln..<.tH. fin,, ilru wings for 'IHIKIW. of her committee during the social I TO
BASIL DAVISMAY I "in" HI,* .1 Ions may''In.IIOMI 'par.'busHjI ) I hour.
nitAPIl brines result, I ..' tin" ,\.r<.'Inter. an. follnliiiitl. ....sIno I .
( nfiindMi.I'lHWIlllTH : ... a awlmswl-01>> for yo.- l
I Illin) her" .h..nl I.I'liiH Hamburger Fry
I ::1 par rent tar. In Carp'* wave-making cell.e.
II I !\NWTM: Npn.IflriUloua-i. .10 PP Vase At Houpt HomeThe lion el staimlng on* and two .
NotlnIn:/ hrifchy Riven that plus. :'I p.ipnt ,lax. piece style Chooce from a wide +
"fainI bids. will lu. .VoltAll' : raga| 5.5'is for ,
rnu.1'.1| | |II v pliinB
Your School Board Member i th* Ki,>;.iri| ,,f l-iii.n, In lriii.tli.n und HIIHI' .IflcHtluiiM' finpaniti' Junior Sunday School variety el style* In stretch H*. slance.
3 I .of Itpinlforil. ('''ii sty Klorl.hi. "I| Hhcotn or "rll wlim or ,parry. of department of the First Baptist taster cotton or Axnel. 4 ,.
| 'ih> ...rr0'/. Ihr ..1..0". .. clan. hf ,
XiipHrinii-i.il.-ni' euW.Ihrouglt '*
I .. Church and their teachers Sbes 38 la 31. andS
FOIl DISTRICT!; 5 "f I'utilli, InHiputtlon, of Hrwil-, / tinoffice. of the' Al.-hl, Shop Carp's
I ford. .'.unity, I I' U. lira. !i.l'i: 'I, tP..t. were entertained at a .t xtadv to tam the heachl'hr
'* BASIL DAVIS Hun'l".. Florida up to 7:T) I*. Mach: hid l shall: hiurnornpiin- hamburger fry Saturday night
:\1. (K:>" on th16th day or "liil l hy a I'uBhli'pB" check, or hid
at Graham. I given by Dr. and Mrs. C. J.
Was born and reared! County, :.Muy. mil/ fop Mm (iiiiiMiriittlon hand In Hi- amount or G pirI'fiit
lie is a High School Graduate of Bradford High School. ,,' or tinlil'l.. imynhle to the' 1 I, Hou!),.
I StarlitUliinitntury I ; He II" '. non rd of I'uhlli' InHtriii'tlon, ofllrmlfonl
: The the
lie is the father of three children who attend Bradford County "link-,, i KlorlU.i' 1'iiiinty. Florida' ., an supper was heM: on
I 1..1 whl h rime hills, shall !h., ...vlilimiof. if.HMl fulth and. l lKIIIII Houpt patio where games!
Schools. I ",lii-nnl, and read. uli.>uil. Any IMBlmivi.,1 .anlH. ,.Inn that the, xumnxatill during the evening were en-
Being engaged in his own farming operation he will realize the r aflt-l, Iho "I..clrl.tlu"/ -! ., lilitcl", p ulll "ix*>..ule, .and furnI..h oyed by the 30 attending.
and dabx111||| not Ii* iiMMr4l. to thi- Hoiird. of Puhlli' In- t 1
value) of each Tax Dollar Spent. I
"I'l 1.11... .wpTlrirntlnii/ and winIPIIM -' Mt ruction uItradforl/ County
The Bradford County School system employs! more people spends more I,, IIH. iinientM may h* fxumiiml orlda.. a h.,.'mil lmiii. .*d. l hy a r}
In addition to this our I In 'tin- "rrl..r. Him HMnrirnn. !SiiM-ty, 4' iniiHny| llii-nni-d. to. ,doliunlnoHB HUNTLEY: 1
in the Keep
other county.
money than any concern I "...hll....l, JJIS liny IT. In Florida and llBtinlhy !
future depends on the children now in school. iipunM'* Park. Kli/pitl. 'find it* the I nlti'd HtatHH. TPoaiiiPirlmtnt > State Representative
follow, I U"pa, ,IIM ai'ci-ptabl. for
I 1 K W iKHlir. .t'oriinpfttlon., / loft pip i.i-ni., of the untrue (Pd. Pol. Ad\r.) 1
'* BASIL DAVIS ,lm'kxonMllH, Kloilili, prier, within 'ten ( I") day ,..rr..rIo..lnoc
Knows this and has offered himself as, your School Hoard Member. J / .-' 'llli. 1 I-IHII HoiirnCHliKnvlIlt awnrdnd thH contpaft.
I' I *, Florida oInll! liond l "orllntplnlf the ,performance I
*. BASIL DAVIS I'I.SSI' "" ri,,:<' (>NntOI'l'llKMRN'T payment of said bmd :j! THE BRADFORD
I :: : to ij.- 'pa III. hj th,** Con t rail al, ,
Will be willing to listen and to keep an open mind to all problems r A. Oi-ntral (ntruetrir: L'p" Vo. hliMfiinuy' ulthdraw. his I j i COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,
After studying all facts will vote p"Huiit| and ru*>.liit' of $iiu.00, ill. 1,1r..r/ a pirlod of thirty ((30)dn : )
concerning our School System.! |poMlI.. i>f UiineiHl. I ContruttopKtwo .. \ n Hi tep lh. (dittt. H*.I fop. ol..n'l| I Published t every Thursday
for what will be in the best interest: of "OUR SCHOOL CHILDREN. I,: (2> ante of plans. .unit HPUIIfiiiitliinn ., ,1.I 1. Ins tlnrH, f. I at 138 W. Call St., /' \
will lju fi.>p..iirrlii. ..x* Tininntpiiitop' will b** reiiilp-|' -
FOR I promt. iolli-1-i I I. nnwHl I iVmirm' 't.rit ..d :I..t-: miiilit', |;:I > mild prol'wIInht'I I i Starke. Fla. 32091 I -
BASIL DAVIS STANDS : tin, llniM, .set forth In. his. Girls-i SwimsniUStZZS
I II| are ruiui-xtml to irliirn' th.' (
Facilities.. Competent Instructional Personnel. .... .. !I E. L. Matthews, editor and
1. Good School piano and w|> Iflratloim liy mail hid. f
Transportation Conditions.: I. Good sound Business I Isis ...."n. IH .pis sal Ale aftir ri..I!|p7 TH BIK..HUMful hldilf-r., If any. ,, publisher! : n : 7 TO 14
:3. Improved I .,r II'M 'o Aiv-hltci-fH. ofn<'" for will IIH n..tlt,1, wlthlTi five ((0)
Judgment. ;5. Interest of school children and the willingness to I full ii-, ',n.1 davit iiflr p thi IH af't-pti"! Second class postage paidat "s sg
1 : .p .lh.l ; : 299 3"sms
I H Muht'ontrai'tupH.Vndopn, ThIbis rd of Inxtru.'Ionof
work on their behalf. .1,. Fur 1.la" and .p.alfleatlon. I Hradford. emllli v. Kl<*rldilri'Hrv : I jura
', to .....h.. .onti...,,.r... Ia.dor.,. *-t tI "'., *->i th:, right. to rj-i..t any // '
Your Vote and Support on May 3 For BASIL DAVIS I Ihr di| *>pt| will n" Thirty Uoll- mid,, nil lld Itr' ( fill ,ull ,p111.8. :I ,per.sint ..RI.... I' l"r'.rmIl1I1''''. In trade, area: $3.BO per
Will Be Greatly Appreciated. Ita". If the plans and ptrlfI.. .ntloni Till I I.: "" \H"" Iff ITHI.K, iXaVkt'CTI : year;; $:I 00 .lx month 199 ...;: 2" ...
.." err r.tn rated. in Koi.I ,'.n- (JX ,t.F' UB."I.u. )
I Outttlde trade area: ".00
C -r.Hr.\
dli.on within" rl. t d 'y aftiiirtvolpt i nl' NTV.
(Pd Pol. Adv.) of bid. th- rt>.fun ,hi Klftf-n' Dollnrn rfl'i. nisi plu- I
tax i>..poikt checks ihall. b. i 4/29 31 S/>j



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L Q till.* notlLn tile fl<.t lltl'.iitmnm, .'I"II", "liii.It. ei.Ie l( fin., fnill,, .Illlooutlve ----- -, -' m" III I I'"
Keep HUNTLEY way iou mfe..n &mid 1 IN OUVI'Y .I-UK:'" COIIII.IN .. nf Oiilim, ', I ipubpilbyncbt:' | Srrvlie wnRk III tho HI.: v f.
ui i>....,,, : '*lect :Four farorlt ESTERoi.lie A\n "'uKFORU <.ni:>- tinder wliltli I am cnitHieclIn / uuu coi :N'I; i \ 1'1:1.\UIt.\I'1i\!:( i
s..nt.t:. H BROOK f.ai taln. TKLEVote ,'y. pi.onii \. I 1 hllllnMwn, HI I lift I Cofitpr :,tEL'Ot, I)in till thiN. Sill tiny ut .\\ir\\\ \\
1'(1 I Pol Adv I pen. In re: )':.11..1.. ,,) C. A. T.I..ph. I..,.... ..,J.1I .,. riHlrmiINiod Now
n, uuiv. you can buy
LAW c)1.I.l. i.: TO I( ('rUl;; 1 rolt.l: renter SLinit. Muiilto 1'luHilit.. Clerk f of the I 'In,'nil I.: ...I nliy
All crncllinro of the estmo ofU Holn, ovnvr Ooulah M Mor dDcputJ .) .
DAY ( .,. (Sflffld.' iloioitatMl. .Mro I hereby Dated. thiN llth$ day of March ,fink, Investors Stock Fund
notified, and l ro<.itH1iNl li fileany A, 1>, UKil, nt I "Hturlcr" UrndfiMdCount (SHAD
for and Elect *** clnlm-', ',' ur Uomanili. which% !)', Fli.rlilii. 4 II 4t K'H
USA ti) ..y may have axalnxt/ mid: ""- 4,1 11 I ....il'I'i *
Into In tho olTKc ut tin. iuiintlu '\' I for$20amonth !
H.V.. \ ,! MAY1 within I I .Hit "i"'IIIIIr ", ,,nth,, M n',: 'i'<> in'.IIMix : > way you wrlm. Come In ana ,
\\\HI niiLiir 101 ni. lilt. "> .
from the Onlc of thr flrit '
publication .. seelect your idvv.lte ESl'FUBJirOK
,, the Law of thlH. nollci. Km,'hvlalm tOIIII <'OINI\ ..01111>>> \ Now you can accumulate mutual fund sliares on a regular -
Respect IV til tMRIIl.: : Ca...> II-: / rounwlu pen. TEI.E.GRAPH.
"BUSTER"Beiiiiett r or "lcinun" !? ItRespectsYouCongress : and mutt utalo' I IliDpM4.c J. Jtii,obi UnHariHiiuirr. With payments of $20 a month-'after an initial
or ruh'p.nce Hlid' puNt of-
r flee Hdilrvaw of tho clul.nMJit mil $to payment-you can acquire shares of Investors
.'Ial", V HKiyiiioini. SENIOR CITIZENSWe Stock Fund.'I'his .
nuiftt bo worn to by the -
hue 1 K.. I I'OHHI : I is mutual fund to long-
Sets ant uncut, or hU .lIur..y a designed provide
or It will be"ulI'. void ai'uid-, > >i fcn-l': .1"10 fIt.trrIII .U'l'IMIIID : Need You term capital appreciation possibilities! as well as a

\ Law IlitC tn IMWAtrlt 6th 1'06. : lUiytnond( I... Ibttttt. AdUriHs Want to be acute (al1ll get reasonable income.

School Board DayThe li.mmu: (.lI'iffiN, force, Unknown : |l"rI.1 l for It) ? Here IH an opportunity For fu'l' details (prospectuses) of Investors Stock
Kx.xutrlx of tin. Mum, to ot C A Von art hi rnby. notirtid I I tluit I Ia ) for lean, Invigorating Fund and the new Investors Accumulation 1-'lan-
wilt for 1.11 lvlJr"e1'''' ''IIHtody -
Starke Youth first day of May each Griffin'rflOM.\H*Ie.& PIFiltC'H( Child ""1'1>")1'1.* lliiflv.,, out*do work -

Member of Crack vein has been designated by ZOJ-8: North TO'"lOloVf'' !Stilt Mint and .l torbiryl. fti'-. h.IH SerVk'h)!; antomobllfs with CALL YOUR .
Member Congress as Law Day U. S A. Sliu-ke: bU. brrn. fllHl airalnxt you 'In. thiHbo gas and nil (no other _.-
\o. nuiTiL. Court and and
i aim
*: _r- Drill Team as special day of celebration, t,7 It 1JHHKC.IMIk.lt you aro rcMiulnd, to fiMW a*r"I'| > vlc'e work), Ue tvlll tailor ; Pt &J/.J JAN TODAY!

DISTRICT ONE by the American people\ In ap- of your anfiwor or I pleadlnff. to jour bourn to you person
James William Smith. son predation of their liberties No'ru',,: fF I\TF.\: .." "*'0 the coniijlalnt on the thlulnilft.. .. ally. Work every other (l lay, JOE (Ski) VALINSKI
.: KltTITIOl tMItcotico ': Attorney, Urupn & PI".. 2111 .sU .
CountyatLargeBelieves of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis II and the leaffiimation of their every otlier week or tWOdays.
Ih..tIho Phone
ii* horcby lvon : tut Htivtt\ aalneIIU l-'la 961-1075;)
Smith of SUi'ke. Is onr of a loyalty to the United States of umloraiirfied. utulvr the pro- and file the olifrinal.. In I thr. of I Karn: up to Vlji.lll)
Rioup; of 24 cadets at the Goi- America; of their reJedlcatlontj vlnlonn' or'h..pLp.<< to.9"i.l L.HWHof flee nt I he, Ck-tk, nt tin i'It.. nil' : per month (feel. .better. already 532 South) Street
FlorklH. .\. tn. of Ull nlllrmlKir Court on.. " thi,' fitli' 'I luvof ,, I ). ( lltl..t ielon Bran-
don Military College! Batnrsllle ;- the ideals' of equality and flurk of the .. .
with thr Mny I'*Htl: ilicr\vlHi I Hi ill.Bailout lion. Imperial. Station, North
In \' Ga. who comprise the tustiro tinder law In their re- 'In-ult: Couit, In mul fir. Flr... ciack lilll tram known as the lations with each other, a.s ford Count, I-'lorldH up in re an < i".nf"<'MM"fl N\ v ...tin 'I. 1Iiii.\\' '= "" -'_.... """"'-"IIE"
ContinualUpgrading Gordon Honor Guard. well at with other nations; cMptof i irott.f txihll. ..11 l"ft "f ........ :hli. i..fli' i. xluill I li, ,mil, !h.. il' I

s Chosen on a competitor and for the cultlvitfjn: : of that

,, : I basis. they specialize for inhibitions respect for law that Is so vital :zL

of Our Schools at athletic contests to the democratic way of d2v C (

and:Members other special of the events honor life.The President of the United '

Married With Two Children Guard are known as "The States is authoilzed to Issue a I. 1SroTIO _
'Rm' 'DIJS'
I Ramrods" and It Is considereda proclamation calling upon all

; high honor at Gordon to be public officials to display the .
School Trustee. District One ._ : ; ,,., ,. ,, .. ", ,. .
U. S. <
selected as a member of the flag on all KoVemmfent """"", .1... ,,> ." "
I team. One college;: official sum- buildings on May 1, and to "

Graduate of BHS Member PTA I med It up by saying. "Everv- observe the day with .suitable .

time we see the Ramrods per-, ceremonies and in other appropriate ZO word or |I.*.. one 'Insertion !MfnmrlaU, Revolutions, ftf. HIOoI.layd.!H in ('lu..slil.! Section\ : -

form. It makes nil Gordon men ways. (minimum charge) ---..------??_- 1.00 Per word ---------___.________ .'i
stand a little stralshtrr:: The observance Is being If not paid In lulvaiM1...__ ____ IJJ.% 31 i.ii: |x-r Imh-Hrit. Insertion...

Your Vote and Support I sponsored in this area by the Keyed', coded. or hlliul win. lards nt Tliimltn' : I.p.... SO word

Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar (minimum tJurgn> ) ___.__________ 1,23 (inliiium charge) -____.. _______ 2.50: $1.;:.. |ii-r liii. II after nrst i" rrllon.

Greatly .Appreciated; Keep HUNTLEYState Association Each!: additional word ovor 20_-. __ .03 Over SO words, : per wont._______ .ns.

RepresentatIve Recent Births Insurance Problems? I HASTINGS MATTRESS INMUR.NCF.AT FOR SALE- Pctuiuad. ZJuia.s.lIarhol.IiS BE SURE:; TO SKE: : WORLOJ
GfcH The Man from : Coleus: and other | BOOK brfoic eu>l 11I11!><; any
"Keystone"George 710 Lemon st. PalatksFurniture annuals at reduced pi'icesShiubbeiy I other encyclopedia. MA.
announce the ,
Repaired! azaleas lose bushes Payne. your local I icpiesenta-
birth of a son. Jerry Manuel E. LaRue / AGENCY geraniums in bloo.n: Salvia
. Upholstered ft: Refinished I I live since I l95. Box 626
Williams Jr., on Apr. 23. Keystone Height Uohg I eRg-plant Big Boy
MATTRESSES REBUILT pepper : J Phone 064- 79J tfchsr
VOTE FOR AND ;ELECT Oran'jpaients ate Mi. and Consultant For All Your I \I, beefsteak tomato plants ,

Mill T. C. Chasfaln and Mrs. Insurance Needs.Representing New Inner prinJtS I Phone 964-5511 Ralfoid! Road.Slaikc Myers Power Tools

Harvey Williams of Starke.Tlindfoul and Box SpringsDrop tfrh
H"'HIfII"lt..r' ] Kor
I'll A Card or Call
Great" American ftu!;. Co. I 1.11\1 I'nwl" Tnol,
County Hospital I Ths Traveler In. Co. PALATKA fA) "-"",.. I \TAIK HE!:IP WANrt-D Me i flhiittt'Pr't
;\,Ii''siIi'h. (liHln SuvvnPiiinpn ,
announce the following ".1 1 473-4692 Da, AFTER R P. M.SIRS. j in ,i-occl health age! 21 to 51>. 8 I ..t'HI..r t

bhthsMi : 473-4325 Kites PEGGY SI1MXEB hour day. 5 days week. Two Syete-ni5
'. and 200 E. Adklns' "St.' weeks paid vacation state letiiement IIrlA'It" X: Stratton EnginesReittaths : .
Mrs Slmmie LeeBm'E'h. Anto Fire Home BuclneMMonth '
I '
Sale Service
t C I Starke. An* it and Social Secuilty
Keystone IleUhti, !- Pavmmit Plan
23() N.K:. 16th Ave.
j daughter Lora Lee, Apr. 19. Complete Line Writ or contact Pel'sonnelDepal.tment. I
: 7fPri3 I11ikS i Mr and Mrs Robert: Franci.qanarrws I FOR SALE Good 'business ofPAINTS Sunland Tiainln (,.uiiiRM.\ill. 370-3411
_L_ .__ __ : ONE STOPMASONRY and residential properties In : tfclig.
jr. i.aKe oeneva. a ANDSUPPLIES Center, P. O Box 1150 Gainc
Starke, Improved and unimproved ,
I son Robert Francis OhamesI SERVICE vllle_4Uhif\ 55 NICE AREA TO BUILD
H V. Knight. P. O
I Apr. 24. No. 273 \BOUT 15 ACRES
.r;' ; S Ready Mix all %l7e* Concrete Drawer P. Clt7" tfchg FOR SALE 1964 Hoixt -

.. : Block; mil' .
I Mi, and Mrs. Kirby Shi Pwattt IJntrln. K: rjthlnfnwmnary WAITRESS WANTED Apply Powell. I fionta for this tta t
$395 Ray
"N.....' -,-,' t Smith .Jr of New O:Itans announce I for concrete ma- in person at Garden Pest- WE :MEET ALL 496 2261 new. 01 496-3361. Lake real! town. and also raUroaJ

,.... the birth of a tfchg slbllltin
., son I nnry ronut rurllnn.t aurant. ADVERTISEDJACKSONVILLE Butler. 4tch 5 :5 !t1'onta4e. Lots of
: .... ...i Klibv Stephen on April 14 \\' wlU meet any prIces on I '(,I' $4300: price and $1350;
;' Pnte.nal. B.adI I 1'CALVIN STARLING plumbing -
Brandpaients\ ; are Mr. all materials within ciownVE .
anti Mrs Shi Smith of Starke. ford ('...tlntVNt) STILL repair Phone 964-6511] 17 I'RICESPhone FURNISHED APARTMENTS I \ HAVE OTHER PROPERTIES

: it ." : MAINTAIN QfALITY. years ecperl': ''nce. tfl.1114 !OH)() 1-8201 -2 beJloJm Lhht: & WiterBullinjton TELL Uh WHAT

'.- ,,4 ;. { Nine Graduate 8X8X18 I 353 N. TempleTRANSPORTATION Rury,1pd., 'i tfchgSIMER 1 : YOU W'u''T!

<, ",. Concrete Block
'o' 4'* t ZIZ-Z\G STKOIT REAl T\
.k', From St. JohnsNine 18c each Rotting. Equipment ,. 2117 N. Trl11pll've..
1' .. In Quantities 500 Ski Hells! !! Life Jackets!! i TOtCH-SE\V
: (ir. s. 30t ]
; i like
;.rc1? ... student! from Brml- Life Preserver Cushions! Keep your party together 1 I'htniDlii3191, < Sa..rke
: : BRADFORD Sold for over $380. Fully automatic -
foul bus Call
.. County were amonir the Air :Matress Coggles.I"ins ; charter Greyhound :
; needed
,.. graduating: class at St. John ENGINEERING: ( 0. Lacy Conway Greyhound 964-!I no
f L Snorkles See us '
River Junior College In r.iiat Ph. 961-2521; Starke 4051 or nlRht 964-11>>4. Lacy Guaranteed: Reliable pe: son
: *
1:1'\11: : MTItSIR;
I'", 4. ka I lust> Fi,'Idav. for the Complete Line Conway> Flying Service. tfchg I In your area assume; 11 1 payments -
$ _, The Bi,aclfoi graduates! BIG PLOT IN A SMALL I FIRESTONE: STORE I of $9 per mor.th Will A/.i'cat.'' 3 foi' $1 up. Band-

uerc Hi/el" Coprdill (rum TOWN No. 127-6 ACRES PURE: OU COMPANYHas ; : I take older machine in tnd': erl annuil Ro_cs. fruit and

.,t Innrle), Margaret Colnon.. Gary $13,200. There are 50 bearlr.C( FOR. SALE16 It. chest type ; two bay service' station' Call COLLECT. Crt'lit Man .t 1 ale trees and shrubs, All

-.- Fiubcr Jean Reese, Susan Rla- pecan trees here, plus othcr deep fleeter $73. M L Wat- : for lease at Walnut and Madison ager.\ Ja-ksanvlllp( ; 353-196* contaIner Blown 2 miles North

: : '"* Inl;'. Thomas Titus. Ronald fruit and ample room for gaidening terson Hampton Up; I Sts Paid tialnlnn avallI day or night. We dplivei of/ Law< ley off 301. Ph. 782-
) Tot
Nancy Zacek. LOSTSiamese cat. .sonvtile 3i! .1:131.: tfchg
paved county road and in n
r ''h Please cull n64-mil] Itp : EXPERT Mechanlc.all ca: FKMALE HELP WANTED -
email town; mall delivery and Gaiac I 21 to 54.
tepaiis. Green Buick Cotta-e: Pa-ents Age
trade 3 bedroom
; ___________ school bus routes to F"ne' you. ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS -- I CB hou>-e. Large family room. Court & Jefferson Sts ': :?oo_ health 8 houis dav I 5
Colonial style home of V built to older Machine work 2tp 4 2B cmis ucckMin: EdUClJ.tlon.10th ,
lot. Most
rooms features long screened Boat Motor and Pump itpairsBiovuis I closed Ravage double grade. vacation, eLk

I r poich. 3 bedrooms!. bath 2 Repair Shop. Rt 1. desirable location. m. A. FOR RENT OR SALE--1 and I l leave. and retirement benefits!
st. Phone
IZWides. I fireplaces some tile flcoiirg.lutane Box 363. Starke I IKlnssloy' I Payne. 204 until S. 4'30( 964- 2 bedroom trailers Will move Wi'tc! 01' i>e:? Personnel Man-
984-2701 : p. m. lot will I
heat elcctririi phoiw tfchu trailer to your own or
I Lake
__ weekends :seer' :: Sunland Training Cclitet' -
6792 aftei 5 and on
a--- G-car garage.: AKo a 2-ca furnish lot and trailer Will
Custom Mad 1150. Gftdncsvillp
p. O -
For Florida Llrfaif !I hejtrr and ptoiaarc$ buildings FOrt. SALE 1 used Baby I tfchgr !fell' trailer with no money( I I Fla 4tchg 515 I II

SEEBER D. City water! for proprity Owner Strollri. $8. Sre at I'ucsfs tfown! Call before 7pm. 01" I j

: !' Up' JO US (OPEN J, B. White 964- fOR SALE to(
(r.t; More now wants H nma''er place after 7pm I iuiment, !
YOU sells for WaitressesDairy 4trhn 5\ 12 10.000 .hlckcns complete I j
;1 $13.200 ant; 29 pr un- 1651 i.use ,
3 bod
For Your $ $ $ FOR RENT- oom
cent doiin Barn Operators! I Phone 964-1652. 3U11R 55 .
I fui'ni.shed house 311 N. CheuySt FOR SALE 58 Foil Station ,
No Salaried or Coo. i STROUT REALlY Alvarez Kile lien HelpMenAuto ; ,
GOODMANYOUR I 2117 N. T.mplf'v.... See Mrs. Graham at Wagon. See at 234 N Temple
missioned!! or 964- MechanicCome
Employee I Store. 964-1391 tfchg
II I (U. S. 3011] 2421. 2tchz S'5 in and reilstcr. Ave. Little League; Shoes, I IGlO

DAD & BRAD LARSEN i Phone 964-3191. SlarkeBKAUTIrX'L We may have the; Job LARGE EXECUTIVE DESK (; \ es. Bats!! and Halls

LIKE TO WORK : KINGSI.fcY FOR SALE-Easy terms lots jou want and Swivel Chair beige with Baaebdll Cleats! Wide

YOU Benefit! Ii LAKE 39 and 41' Crystal Lake Home- I CentralEmployment tan upholsteiy Slt\ 'jitlj' mar- Range of Si/es.! Also
ted l'i shlppin:; I lhaidh' noticeable -
II Two very nice lake Front sites. Lake privileges, !: $750.00 Converse Brand Athletic -
)I. so scllliu: at cost Seat "
I Homes/! on paved! loads Contact each 10O( x 180. $150.00 cash Shoes- with Non
All Size on Display me immediately for a E. Su. low P. O Box 1003. SKR\.: 'ICK Bradford County Tel:araph! Slip Sole at Your-

School Board MemberDISTRICT 8-10-12 Wides quick saleS A. J. Thomas.& Starke _4tp 55 tin! Center ffII1t! I tf FIRESTONE STORKA'IWENTION'

1 \\'t Baths Realtor. Starke. Fla Tel. 964- KINOSLEY LAKE HOUSEfor ', FOR SALE Two bedroom: ,

and Expandable S701 snle Write or call V. Q. I TWO BEDROOM BlorHou.se ;< block hou'e. with carport -- ,I Mobile Horn-
.. For Sale or Rent. 632 I edge of town-Phoiv 96411232tp I I' -
WILL sacrifice small unfinished McCoY. Jr.. P. O. Drawer 1148or Owners-Have A cooler home
Pinewood Diive. Rent $5.1() \ I
5-COUNTY-AT.I.AIWI 1 New and Used I house and three beau phone 376-7290. GalnesTlllc Sale terms reasonable. K N 'I and protect your roof too. We I

; tlful acres on Rd. 100 near Fla._tfchg Osborne Tel. 964-6601. I FOR SALE-1959 Ford 6 C'YI.l will Coolseal your roof for only

Conscientious --- Capable --- Fair 8-Yr. financing availableUse Keystone Heights Lake pilvileees FOR RENT Attractive 3 4tn 4 ?PREOISTEREX 4 door Can be seen at Floral 9c a Sq. Ft. Call L. S. Bradley

I Mj-s W. H. Nollman bedroom house unfurnished. Motel. 301-N Itp 473-4921, Keystone Hetxhts.2tp! i ii

Our RentalPurI tfcha also furnished and unfurnished ) DUROC PIGS !' i 428
SEEBER D. GOODMAN chase I for sale Water Oak Farm. FOR SALE Blackberries 40c
PlanPaymentsUnder WINDOW AWNINGS & apartments good location.W. phone 964-6093 or 969-J191.; I Qt.-you pick, them. 50cf qtI FOR SALE-Motor Scooter In

$30 Per Month DOOR HOODS. AH aluminum H. Nollman. 510 N. Cheery Itch* I we pick them. Milo Smith, tip-top shape J. B. White Ph.

Has a desire to serve the people Bradford County. : maintenance free. Many 'St. tfchvr I iLawtev. Ph. 7 2-33i)9. 3tp 1\\ 12 964-1651 2tchT 428

styles and decorator colors to AII'condo FOR SALK-Bilck home oa:< I
Is a hardworking: successful businessman well NOU1Mobile choose fromGAINESVILLE. FOR RENT Fun hed floors. 3 bedroom'i. 1'' baih I FOR RENT Unfurnished :2! FOR. SALE-. Attractive home
cottage on
2 bedroom i bedroom hou-e 308 S. Water
US 301 IVoith
) on past
AWNING CO. din.nu: area.
family -oorn 01' I
qualified to serve on the School Board and serve the Free' estimates 376-B8 I Crystal L. Lake.K. Whit For reservationscall head, 969- I i I Enclosej' ga J'a'leDouble lot. St. ItchgI : Sleepy Hollow MoM, ; iielypalnled j

taxpayer and schools. Home SitesAVAILABLE 20 3675 tfchg 1028 Palm St. Tim Warren I WANTED Sen !Ice station back porch with cement -
ACRES of farm land for
869-2451 Itchgi floor 2 pear tie<>s. small
employee. day hlft. m heavy
sale or rent near La..tey. $300 (I I tiees and l pines Bar-
Is and will be able nil I FOR SALEChrome bronze work Smith Shell!! Station pecan
self-employed attend I
to meet- down
I with easy teims. Write tone dinette table and *6 3 chairs :i FOR SALE Danish modern: Lawtev :ltD 5 12 Rain.-Joe Martin Rt 2, Box
Full Lake
ings-Regular, Special or Emergency. Privilege W. II Splvey. 110 N. W. 7th $:TS: Phone 969-4252 tfchg i sofa and chair Very reaaonI 54K. Starke, Fla 32091.
Homestead Exempt A\c Miami or call 667-7622. I able. Mrs. V R. Feigruson; Ral. FOR SALE 3 Ucdroom. 2 2tp| 4'23WANTED

Financing *tp 5'19'! WANTED RETAIL ROUTE ford Road. phone 964-5511. bath house! In Green Acres
Veteran World War II. Served in the European and I Salesman. Guaranteed salary I TO RENT-3 bed-
2tch* 4 28 large separate living room
Pacific Theatre. FURNITURE FOR SALE. and hospital Inuirance. Age room unfurnished I house. Call
Lake Geneva gar a arc lots of sforage; :; chain
Reasonable, legal clear. Hilda 21 to 45. Apply 8 to 9 a. m I CLEAN RUGS. like new So I link fence. Call 9616565eek- A. A. Pratt. 964-4353 lip

Your Vote and Support On May 3rd Will I Williams house behind City 534 S. W. 4th Ave. Gainesville I easy to do with Blue Lustre. days! 3. 5 and after 9pm.. FOR RENT- 3-rocm furnished -

Trailer SalesOn Hall Hampton ltp ltch I Rent electric shampooer, $1. anytime weekends tfchsr apartment Call 964-2351:

Be WANTED STARTED PULL- I Plymouth Fury White 63 I Starke Hardware Itchs WANTED; -- Bi&ysitterr! : call or 969-4451 after !5 p m Itch*

Appreciated. Rnutff 100, One Mil SE ET GROWERS. Wlth houses Wagon Air conditioned. R&H FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, after. six Ph. 964-4753 Itp I WANTEDMan

Krvstone: IIHpht* and equipment to produce J PS-PB WW food t ''cs. Extra extra large living room fenced I ATTRACTIVE' : LOT for sale wife to. work on poultry or man farm and
Open Sun. &
Evening pullets for local hatchery. Call clean. Call Keystone 4734128uturdajr I 3'1\1'1. plus extras $700 Down I
on K Call Rt HIh1'*
I r'I., ,I'f A-h :: : city -trJclni IIP rj; F t. Blrt.
i Vtru>0j RAKES, B'ooVer? & and SurtdvI .1-$f) t"nh! IT '" ['II "H.'I 0 .., ....
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Keep HUNTLEY : RECREATION forfeited ome Johns OU. Southern Dis i Mrs. Jlmmlc Wllklnson'.s'' .r

Stale Representative I' Plastic Notebook. $ ,50 at& the I count H. C. Wall, and Liberty I parents, Mr. and Airs: Mosley | Keep HUNTLEY
TELEGRAPH / NEWS Pine Level made a tight National. ,' of Alabama, were voting; the State
IM. Pol. Adv I Representative!! Florida Theatre
contest of this ball will '1
g.me for Opening: day be Saturday Wllkin&on family recently. ,
.' I'd. 1'1>1. Adv I
five Innings before falllnif toOarden' May 7. Three !tallies will i They had b \'acI1L.nlnll: In
Men's Softlmll& I.raituo; POWCIn the 6th inn- be played bcsinnlnu it 2 p. m Miami a law weeks. .
In a flve-ntnhtq contest ins. Garden picked up two Opening day ccremonle will Jlmmlc Carter the
L. P. 'Pete' GIBSONSenator Oavdcii Restaurant easily de- runs and Pine Level 1 one run i I precede list ball ,iam fen u i Fla. Pest Control 17 ta: 1 IIU
In the Initial Inning. Garden concerning: these Ifsll.itles uncle and aunt the Lloyd Wilkinsons. Saturday :
1. Garden scored 17 runs off I led 2 to 1 until the 4th when will\ be announced: !next week.I.oat '
Till US.. FKI.. SAT. AI'KII. 2S. W.!> :30i {
14 hits while Pest Control .. -
they scored And
another l'UItJ: j round AilUUnNumerous Mr. and Mrs. Rucioiph Pad-
for the Sixth,! mnnuiied only 3 hit Druayne I lead 3 to 1. In the bottom of j article of cl.it thIng lIett and d"uhtel': of Doctor!

winr. the 4th. Pine Level tied the books etc. are' :ut the Rccrsatlon Inlet visited the Hiram Pad- Open 7:00: i : i I 1 ( l
FOR: score at 3 all Garden went Center to be claimed. /uett family\ Sunday afternoon Show Time 7:15 ;
Pace( ( loser Landry. ahead 4 to 3 in the 3th and These'Ol'e loft at vailnus! recreation Mrs. Wlnton Parrlih an ADMISSIONAdults :

More then broke loose with 8 bill functions! chu'lnj the Wayne Courson of Avon Park
Home RuleforCounties' ones hi the 6th to vvvap it up year. Come by: and claim: your lilted Mr. and Mrs. William 73e Students! 60c
Hampton gained t.icir first Children Under
12 Free
Garden outhlt Pine Level 13 tides. Pnrrlsh! Sunday through( Wed-
victory via a forfeit by Koe-
uel's Auto Sales. Noels: Karl to B. Elder and Clark with 2for ........ .. ne -dAY. Fin.. SAT.. !SUN.
3. and! 3 for 4 paced theGarden. .y. .... Mrs. Faye England and nephew -
easily whipped Hampton but April 29!>. :riO-.May 1
James Williams was !Mr.
raid/Poiflcat] Adv. by Campaign Treas. due to the pat'ticioatlon\ of an 2 for 3 tot Pine Levrl C. Or If. CLAY family from Georgia visited and Double Feature I Program:
in"llulblc/ player the :i-.ame was
fls was the winning pitcher HILLS here! recently.Mrs. .

and Williams was tabbed forthe I I Faye Eniitond'a nephew et r+areut

I' loss. ; .. Mr. Strickland and
I Ily 1\,1' Howard Padgett
ELECT A BUSINESSMAN TO DO ABUSINESSMAN'S -- i: family of Georgia, visited her
Noelfe-I' jumped!!:! pit LawteyIn Pb.tle :SJ-uu! recently.
the 1st Innint. scorini 11 I

JOB Vote for 'I' runs on 8 base hits and const I u..nu.a..a..aaauaOw SI l X., ,MON.. Tl E S. -MAY: 1.2. ::1 t
crl toe 5-lnnlnst 18 to" win. Sunday School attend KINDKIIG1R'ri'N1'11.1.: .
Basvcll was 3 for 3 whileSnpp ance was down a little last' PRKSKNT: OPKRETTA: THEIR COURAGE BLASTED A WAR WIDE OPEN!

Z und Be'eler earn had 2: Sunday, due to some! bclnu out Mania Priest's '
,qys Kindergarten ..
4 EDDIE lilt for N.)"*r1.. Phillips! was 2 I with flu. The revival l is over. will' present the operetta, ..p. I a., \ _oil of,..l -I :a I,;
for 2
for the .O
losers :
C. Hardeewas I and was well attended e.ery "SIcepiiiK ellllty," at the .I ,1 r "
the winning: pitcher u-ltlle I night. I h igh school iiiidHoriuni/ Friday ; ,-.1; t-.J. I ,
Ed Ma:se.!*! was the loser I Long Branch Church (1:1: hav- I night/ Apr. 29, at 7:30: o'clock. J'

rlp; I|ding Iti revival this week with I II The public in invited. fil.J -

ALLEn behind Garden tor i > had detest to come from I Rev. Connie Johnson of !MidI I II ) t: $ .... '",,:
im upset i dleburg( In charge,
seam Trailj I
eb1v Remember Homecoming '
? tnat 5-0 after 3 tunings.: Noe- Long Branch on tothel"sI .
; MAriN t
r w' \CI'st'I'lIl'Jtt In the 4th for 9 Day. Singing after dlnncT. the obituary of Thomas JJO :.i rt'r1cGIN10DIAR THE HERPES i O :: LEI\1JUt.K:
} r'IOh.9ddCi) ( one la the M _.. .
: 8th.
1(4414)4)1. NfWM _
.. H irrtti r+? lost week S' Telegraph i "''A 'ON'COLUM"A CQI.OHWKDNKS11AY. "
FOR and were ahead 10 to R when I The principal Fail' Hoffman I Joe Starling of Lawtey, L F.-
Garden camp back with 6 ton took the Stn) and 6th Jchimy Starling or Eagle ;: J : ) ; ::: TIUUSDAY) MAY .t.1 5
:>t<'h the win 14 to 10. Noeeel's trades on a school trip last t I 1 Lake, and Shelto.i Starling or'' I

t COUNTY COMMISSIONER outhlt Garden 13 to 11 Thursday to fold Head I ]Kin.-fsley Lake were listed as I'I us' -- FROM THE< AUTHOR OF ROOM ATTHETOP': .. -
with Sai!>!p and Bagwell cot- Branch. Some of the mothers !sons. of the des ased. They '

j !iii' I DISTRICT 1COUNTYATLAIMJEBEST (; lectlm 3 each. T. Strickland went along to help with the should, have been listed asI I V-:
..1 poured! Garden with 2 lilts In 3 children including :Sirs Faye II I othPl'S. We regret' this typo- Q..,
tries. PAladino absorbed the En.lland.frs: : HlHreJ. Carter. 'i-np'iical' error s>awa T f '. Laurence Harvey f;4| Jean Simmons
'3, QUALIFIED By Far lossI'hUl! Pace was credited Mrs Howard Padfett, and Mrs. iH"Dii'.tt 'l \.r
with the wit\ Catherine Carter !! $ Eu Honor Blackman I w Michael Craig

t Mrs. Sarah Buckner took DO: rt'.I |ttt f ..y 4uw..LM> V
An independent business man who will devote as much I Pine Level spotted Ltiwtey 6 the 1st and! 2nd grades! to Keep HUNTLEY 1 .
rims In the first inning ftivl:! Green Cove Wednesday to tour I M E
) time as necessary to get the most for your tax dollar. I then came bACk with a strongOffensive the yarn mill Pep, AI l Cola Slate Representative ei''n' "LifeAtTheTbp"A
1 porformnnre to plant, and 2 DE"-iXE"- <
complete Gu< Eddie Allen has a sincere desire to !'ene'OU as your County Commissioner l a 19-9 five-winnlnFr vie- BIRTHDAY PARTY :
-and will serve All the people of; Bradford County, )Fair, tory Pine Level scoi-ed; their MM. Homer Paciietl enter- ,I" ,

Impartially and Capably.I 19 runs on 13 hits while; law- talned at her home Sunday j| ,- -I
tey had 9. Sumner paced Pine afternoon with
I Humbly Ask For Your Vote and Support Next Tuesday Level with 3 for 4 performance. party honoring her a youngest birthday i I' I .1

For This I Shall Always Be Grateful. Brown and Parrlsh had daughter Debra on her tenth''I
t 2 hits for
Lawtey. Winning birthday. Prizes were awarded KEEP
-' "' IPd. Pol. Adv.) pitcher Williams: loser Phillips. to David and Glen Wilkinson I
and Ricky
Johns Refreshments -
I ,. In one of the most exciting were served to about 26 j[ GEORGE '
I.I'' game{ of the y.'n1n4 season. guests and Debra received I
Hampton edged Peat Control many lovely gifts.
7 to 6. Hampton picked 3 II W.
'*********************** in the 1st innlnflt, 2 in the up 3'''d. PERSONALS Mrs, .Ethel' Carter Is a patient ROBERTS .

1791-1966 and one In the 4th while Pest in a hospital) In Orange'
*******************A*** Control scored! 1 in the lilt Park. :
:2nd! & 3rd and 3 in the 4th to
Hardy Padgett/ visited, hisson1nlaw '
175th Anniversary of make a S-6 tie until the final
,.Horace. Whlteheadof
the Bill of Rights Inning: when Hampton Picked Mnxvlllc, in Clay Memorial Working For You
4 up! winning tally. Hamp
Hospital! at Green Cove ,
ton collected! only 7 hi to while .
BpI Inla Monday nPtrr r.oon.
Pest Control had 9. U..rnbt'panrl .
. It'1 f r f Jerr-ell had 2 hit! each for Mrs. Joyce CII1l1lusham'' COUNTY COMMISSIONER .tIJJ
r ,
the winners while Mr\ nit had chI! Iren of Jacksonvillel
,,3 for the losers. Winning were weekend guest t of her I
pitcher Jcrell!; loserVaddell.. I parents, the Julian Tlixons.wt1fUrI DISTRICT 110


Garden Restaurant rolled to -D fc W AWTO iHW t INC'. '
their 4th consecutive victory I BUN.UCKSHARDWAREAND SLIPPtV George Roberts George Roberts

with an en"v S Innlnt win over !
Yol Lawtey Garden J pounded out i is supporting/ development of II recreational I will consider. all facts about each proposed,

14 hits In only 4 Innlnu.s: hll'I ( ( area comprising: the three lakes" of Crosby:; courthouse: We now need results of test

limping Lawtey to only 4 hit. I!' Sampson and Howell connected by wide cur boring" ;and a site cost. study on each 10(" llion,

T Strickland and K. Terrell ,, nil I.'., with controls for both high) and low lie will make a decision In the bent interests
pnced Os, ,'Glen 1 each i's-pln u :,i iI JIl Crater of all of Hnidforcl County He will fulfill/ his
I out 3 hits in 3 At blOt '
I j promise to build without an increase in the
pitcher was Orlffts: loser Ma- |
see. tax milblll':

George Roberts
Flu. Pest Control ulle'' off George Roberts

) +l +1 an upset !and I wWnjwd Koevrl'a: MiipMMtled| the .commodity programnnv/: \ setting -

j Auto Sale. 1 16 to 11. Pest Cm.: ,i / over J 1000) ) families. i is! a proven" business: man with expel en'e on

i tiol pounded out 20 hits t? :,'' your JJoiird of County Commissioners" He has.
t pick up thfir 18 runs. 10 of' proven he ran budget,: within existing/ lax mill-
them comln: !In the 5th Inn !
,I a Ins Rwen.: Curnns.! & Landry l I Ii George Roberts age: and will apply the brakes!! to the efforts"

each had :3 hits for feet" Control of anyone who attempts!! to rai-e the tax mill-
1 -
did not weaken when I'Ipcclallnlerest!'! appliedpressure '
!. BapiweH; hArt 3 for Noc'1f"1' I 1I1e.I"o the( three budgets on which he worked,
lot lcnu lit.tH to loner their tax assessments.. !! .\
\ "Slo crocking year < !!
,! I ". Winning:: Pitcher Landir i .lil nvrvouil" the CUlIntha!'! placed into a capital outlay
I m m lower Sallie for special ,interestswould !!
loser C. property
II1 rd.-e. total
, t fund a of $71,715.00; ) with no increase
\'e have more Kegs/. !! have resulted in higher taxes for you in your tax millage.George .
!, : I that need
I 1L In a name full of runs, ci '
ror and hitr. pine Level\ outI '> Roberts
Bright 15c Lb.'GaFv. Roberts
I scored Hampton 23 tj 15. Pint- George
I Level scoicd their arts on 2if: has. proven he will take a :stand! on nil issuesand !
; helped 'eliminate prh'ateork liy, Countyequipment.
L t'' \ hits while Hamilton picked upI 20c LB.) stale reasons. why he belie> es!! it is!! in the
I t. He doe I !' not t IAI'U, ( the
w I 14. H. Davis. J. Wlllliims and I II I best''l'interests t!! of t the I I (County./ He beliv\es 011.I .
This year the United States is celebrating the 175th Smith had 3 hits each for Pin I I D 4 W ur 5IP, LY uSC taxpayer should pay for private work for a the voters! are entitled to !know where your
in theMe i Level. Ooolsbv lnJ foi select I : few
anniversary of the Bill of Rights, notable milestone 3 (Commissioner :stands!! ut all times.
of our republic and in man's quest for freedom and | Hampton. V/lnninr pllche; 1 fHONt 9M 4441JO
; Inset Wil
f I justice under law. .. Iltams.! null. A OW ND 911PP Y Won't You Help Re-Elect A Man With A Proven Record

{ ourselves that the I STANDINGS t wan-lost: I r I E HAIL ST
remind 1
time to
I It is an appropriate Garden 4-0; Pine Level 3.1' H'<1. Pol. Adv I
I ) great individual rights we value so highly carry with them I Hampton. 2-2; Fla.! Pest Con mow y>43J'>i

individual responsibilities.. I trol. 1-3: Lawtey 1-3; Noege}'"I
,13. I
To respect the law and the rights of others .To support the I Schedule for next week:

police and other law enforcement agencies To resolve 1, Tburs. Apr. 28--Noe Pl's vs SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT

I grievances by lawful means To practice and teach patriotismand Pine Level. 7:30: p. m. Hampton
vs La w tey 9 p. m. ,' REPUBLICAN PARTY
good citizenship.: :
I Fil., Apr. 29-Pine Level 118
7 The citizen who recognizes and | Pla. Pest Control. 7:30: p. m MAY :1. 1 I9t! Hfi

{ accepts the responsibilities his Noegel's va Garden. :9) p. m. I I \
t rights entail becomes whole citizen. | Mon.. May 2 Lawtey VII ,' IIIt.11)1) 'OIU{ ('OUNTI"rednc't \' ..
i Pine Level. 7:30: p. m. Nocgel'jt
freedom under law. (
He helps guard
I vs Hampton 9 p. m. i No.
!, Family !Skating! Party h ..
A The citizen who claims rights but j I A Family Skating Party will !, To vote for t prrsnn' ) whose.. name 'u printed on the ballot mark a cr< ia (X) in the .! <'Iu'ani. .,

refuses to accept his joint obligations be held at the Starke Skating:: ; Hi t IIP ICMJIIT: of the' mnrneIf" the person'' for whom, you desire... t"') v,>l tl;. ( '
is, in effect, only a hail//citizen.; Rink from 7:30: to 10:30: p. m. .

He weakens the foundations Saturday. Apr. 30. This event '
l.i free to all participants and 1

v M... ,..W..r:. freedom. __ i iI is sponsored by the Perks and STATE '

Being whole citizen: is a small price to pay for the bensfits I Recreation Department of the R
I City of Starke. All Interested: Governor(:
of a free society.Respect I I parties -will meet at th3 Recre-

ation Center at 7 p. m., *her ( Vote for One)

the Law-It Respects transportation will be iran -
ed. r-1
little CIAU1)K: R, Kilt[ K. Jit.RT 1 ..
: League .. .
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Baseball program fur 10, 11. '.
-:4' n and 13-y ""ir-olds ulll b fstr <7IIARI( ) R. MUIlHtJoWfieARF. :
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A RftAltFitnii .' tinvrv T'I: ,":iiii,"'n. wr.tifitHV: Fu gIDA ''l'UUltS". APRIL 28, )lb.!)

1 Hard/ Work Gets ResultsRunners I Loper. BHS, 129'. I I the Starloe! Woman's Club had I Ii Minor Accident I -8:30:- s. m. Sunday on a -sand
II road 'west of Luwtey.
Broad Jump: 1 Sterling; There
I won third place In the state
I St. A UI{? 10'IV\ 2. Good- competition.It Reported By FHP were no injuries, and property
win. I'al.; Freeman, L. CRegliter : damage was estimated at $75
J Take Florida Star Title I 4. L. C.; 5 BHS r this award was a for pleasure our club.accepting Only one minor accidentwas No charges were filed
18'3" Sincerely. reported by the Florida
High Jump: 1 Smith, St during the
( Highway Patrol :
i Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt Plastlo. Notebook
I Aug 2 Loach St. 3. I Starling, 44. $2,40 .1| the
; Aug.: Dear Mr Matthews: !, President past week. Leon
'Our kids Just kept work-1 tory of BHS athletics. TELEGRAPH
winning BHS relay quartet in s. (tie) Bergen Pal., and Reese. of driving a 1964 I
On behalf of the members of Lawtey :
ing, kopt coming through and! Depth was a big factor in 00.7. an excellent job. 100-yd. Dn h: 1 Vnrnea, St Aug: ; WIlliams, L. C. Starke Woman's Club truck, back- I iI i;
the Starke Woman's Club pick-up
they came home champions; I the Tornado victory B said Coach David II Dear Mr. Matthews
ninth'I' seven first places they came from, Steve Raker I08.S; 3 (tie! ) Staples, PILL: .; 2-.Gnann. BHS, 10'1"; I the belonging to
for Rambler
his Tornado runners' had five seconds, three thirds .. you splendid cooper- Many thanks for your editorial 1863 State Representative
Sanchez, I. O. Loach, St.
16.4 in ;
with a the high hurdles 3--McCombs Pal. 4. Brown Jacksonville.
conference track win In 10 I three fourth, and four fifths! Aug. and Freeman L. O. I ; ation you have given our clubduring on our friend and neighbor Elide: Byrd of I (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
I and a sprint medley relay ; Pal.: 5- Oliver St. Aug.; occurred about
the Youhave accident :
past year.
years for their winning total or 8.1: I Haydon Burns. My wife
time of 2.08.: Mile linn: t u'wl\n! ( BUS, 3:36.1: ; 2-Palatka; 3 Lake I -
A strong Bradford High been most generous in and _Tl I voted for nove'nor I
points I "When started this. 137.8, : 2 Fllbrtck, pElI.;3-- City; 4 St Augustine.Shot ,
quad rolled up 85 points Friday Distance runner Tony Lawson -' we var Rentz. St. Aug.; 4 Bnasett, covailii!! our meetings/ and the Burns the very first time he
Put-: Thomas', L. C., Elect -
1 wouldn't have -
given 11 a 1 n -
and seven first\ places to and sprinter Calvin Varn- I L. C.Tf'Ral':\ : HHS 4508.: many projects we have under- ran for n.ayor of Jafksonvllle .
dog's chance," Coach Hurse 49 ft. 5 In; 2 Loper BEES
dominate the meet Host St. es, n pair of outstanding He- I I taken.I II That was about 20 years ago.
880-Yd. 1St. AnKiistlne
emphasized, hut he added, : Relay: 48 It., 10 In.; 3- Jenkins Pal.; J. M."BUCK"
Augustine placed second to niorfl, were double winner for "\ probably worked. hnrd- I IVe 1:30.0: (ttcfcrly.. Loach, 4-- Chilson, BUS 45 ft. II In.; i recently attended the annual I have always counted him as
the Tornadoes with 66'il BHS, Lnwson eet two probable er for thin championship than Reese and :Moore); 2--BHS; I Williams.! L. C. | ] convention of the Florida I one of the most conscientious;:: NORMAN
points followed by Palatka conference records, with Federation of Woman's ClubsIn and outstanding
i energetic
other because of the 3 P.ilatka' ; -Lake City: 5- Discus: Thomas, L. C.
with 62; Lake City Had 46'3' his 2:00.6: in the 880-yd. run any pri"a'' Live Oak I Clearwater and felt very citizens\ of our beloved Sun-
and,, Live Oak 4. and n 4:37.8: in the mil. Vnr- Hum was on eta i flo" win 40-Yd. Dash) : 1 Varncs.DHS proud and most excited when shine State.
third 1966 loop )I.
It was the third Florida nes took a surprise win the STATISTICS I ftl.7; 2--Tennv.. St. AIIR.; Ithe, press book awards were Sincerely
Star Conference title of the 100-yd. (la&h in 10.8 nnL, ne Hardies: 1 Baker 3R l High C.UVS/ AM\ 1)01.1.4MIxi.D !
year for the Tornadoes who! expected, turned In a top '1.7porformaiK'i' BHS 16.4; 2 Lander. St. AUK.; :n; Tidwell, Pal ; : norm.KsCarp's County
had already topped I the! loop in the 4 0-\d Low Hurdles 1
: ,
3- St. AUR : 1""wl'enf'e.1
Sterling / 511
Aug 2 Bill Lovell.
I ;
In football and< bisketball: and dash. 4 Garrett Pal.. ft I I itliM, I Phil 22.1 : 2 Sterling St. Recreation 2 Bob
were! runner-up In base-boll The brilliant BUS tprtnti. i Bruce,, L O and Gnnnn, Bit- Aug.; 3 Hulotc. CHS, 23.1. : 4 Drake 400. Dept ; L. P. 'Pete' GIBSONSenator IT } Commissioner
for the best year In the his also ran an anchor log on the -I(tlu) Gnann CHS, and Gurritt. -
3 Jim
D & W Auto Supply ;
Pal 23 5,
Brummett, 565. Williams Jewelry
880-Yd.!! Run: 1 Lawson, ? S. District 2
1; Rudolph Huteheson, for the Sixth
BHS, 2-006: ; 2--- Filbrlck Pit!.; 058. rti
3- BHS 2:0.1.1:; 4 CountyAt..LargtYoung >
-Henry : ; -
3 Bill Nelson
Draw-Tite, ; ,
Kriflster, L. C.; 5-- Rentz, St. FOR "
Gospel Meeting 638; Brooklyn Supply 1: Bill :
Aug. 'Brown, 471.Candy's l *
. I '
I''>plntff'cJlpy: Relay: 1 -- Gulf, 4; Bob l nail An Improved
BHS (Helote.. ChllHon Shan- 536. Holiday Ion, 0; Cookie .;. ,
non, McCrmy) 2:08: ; 2 St. Mundorff 449. Qualified
Augustine!! ; 3Lake City; 4 B & G Truck Stop 2; Doug Educational SystemPaid ,

I'n 111 tka. Raley 470. Sla 220-Yd. )Ua.sh1: -- Busby. L. Fran Patz, 493. Impartial
It:!: Political. Adv. by Campaign Treas.
r. 23.7: SheppHrd.: Pal.: :3 Teach standing;;::: !Itccreatlrm l

:Moore St. AIIR; 4- Sanchez Dept. Il"s-4'c' : Williams Jewelry ,i I F' Reliable ;
L. 0.Reese; St. AUR. 11-5; f D & W 10-0; Draw _
t r $ Mile, Relay: 1 BHS ( Beam. Tlte. 10-6; 9.7; Carp's 9-7: Sensational
635 McMahon Street Kaufmunn, Scoggins Varnca) Candy's, 8-8; Brooply Supply, PLAY NORMAN veteran. ,
139: ft 5'L. In.; 2CJiiLson, 1 I 1BHS 71a-8ta' Holiday Inn 5-7, New Game NORMAN: taxpayer.
1361", 3.Tayton.: BHS. Slade Gag: 4-17 B & 0 Truck
NOR\IAN..Acth.e: in church affairs. '
13t>-. 4 Jenkins, Pal; 5 Stop 412.
NORMAN: family man (wife and 3 children),
,. APRIL 25-MAY 1 Cl'ofuetfiolf
NORMAN: --Interested in the public affairs of

V : A GAME FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY: NORMAN-Interested Bradford County.in how the taxpayer's


Hotel 11. Hell r 7 TO 10 I'.M.: Your Vote and Support AppreciatedFOR

Theme : Bradford County Fairgrounds FREE TRANSPORTATION TO


"THE RELEVANCY OF GOD 18 Hole Course 25c Per Person 961-8422 OR 964-8423

'e19a, a 1 (THIS IS NOT A SKATING GAME: ) (Paid Political Adv.)

The Speaker -

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Everyone Welcomed!
!Simie of tea. winners. In lunt. ucek's (loil-.\rotmd: (Cleft to STARKE, FLORIDA

right) Suit Dwyer, KcystoniDot K >, ,
Ir I ; ; M-H< Slurkc; lti>rnl<-iTroiitnuui. >

;; xwvr.t..... .... .. ....._... .. ... ," .... .. t'uL iku; l.niilNe Ciiillop, KHtnnt; ; (I..rtl.rC'ltll": -, I OF CONDITION
.c r"M-pear-.
;.. 1 Slitrkr! Dot l-'llf|>atrli-k, InvcrnpMH' ; 1'1'.1"1. >>"", Keystone; _. U

J. Ulunit. linn) !Stnrke o ; and<1 ('Iunlnlt.1111'.1': liuernem.. I Condensed from Report to Comptroller :

Starke Host To Golf-Around .1 r APRIL 5, 1966 4

{' and only Sinclair has Nickel '
: The Starko Ladies Ocilf; AM-I: Kellogg 1 of Ocala, 54. 2nd low
soclntion entertained the nine grim, Virginia Shannon.1'1 ResourcesLoans k
..S111Glplr ,. hole Ladies Golf-Around. last Ortie :McRne of Starke, 4H.I .
: Thursday at the Htnrko Golf & Low gross Group C.- Dot
_ County Club The Golf-Arotind Reese :StnrkP.:>: 55. 2nd low and Discounts 2,969,392.97

la made up of tennis from : (triwH.) r>ot Fitzpatrick,. Invor-1'i

a ..e .,, Ocala ,Golden Hills. Ocala MII- ]I I I ness! 60 i Less Reserve for Losses on Loans 7,000.00 2,962,392.97
nIHpnl Dunnellon Inverness, : Ixnv net, Group A"rtrj:
Palatka, Keystone Height, !Smith' ruirmellon, 41. 2nd low
I II and! Stark I I I net f itie).- Charlotte Marker Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 300,322.11
I Fifty-five members teed off : Inverness,
Ii and! Vesta Aiken,;,
I i In a shotgun nffair at !9:30): n.l:j I Keystone, both with 41. Real Estate Owned 683.33
I m. Players were grouped according -, Low net
< !|| Croup B-Winnie
SmcAur1Ft 5xrciarrH l to indirnpt In GroupsA Glen Starke, 41. 2nd low net Prepaid Expenses 3,523.19
B, and C. After (-ompte- I Rernlce Troutman, Palatka,
tlon of nine holes of play the' 41: Other Resources 12.84
golfers enjoyed t n lunihoon Low net, Group. CRuth'':
;F- :.. a b11V0. F DlHp wP* served by non-golfers nt the Powell Starke. 42 2nd low

h causcxor ... I country I club.Winners net Arlene Eastwood, Golden Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 22,033.98U.
rhi NEW NEW were us follows< : | Hills 44.Low .

..,,. NICKEL Low gross.. Group A- Fred < putts: Group A, Jua- S. Government Securities 2,286,673.34
Wyman of Keystone Hight. nlta
,. 40MPOUND. COMOOUNq ( i Ginn. Keystone, 14 ; Group ,
'g with n 41 si-ore. 2nd low groan, R. Sue Dwyer, Keystone, 14; Florida County & Municipal Bonds ''j
U: ... r '. Stroke, 50. Group C, Louise Gallop, Key- 831,235.69
"'I Low grout, Group B Mark ,'one, 18, Other
'...-'! '. State & Municipal Bonds 131,063.00 t

.;.. "'.- \, !! ,I Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 560,507.49 3,831,513.50

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:-". ,II I TOTAL ... N 7,098,447.94 I

.. "It
....... ...... ..._ I II
.K. ........._t....... ....a ..'y / I I II Liabilities

-:I Make. a date with Dino p4t' 1\ { .i JXfl' Surplus Capital Stock 425,000.00 300,000.00

:: Get new Sinclair Gasolines- Undivided Profits 23,602.97

: reduce engine wear as much as 29% Reserve for Contingencies '78,256.26_ 826,859.23

The Liquid Nickel In new Sinclair Saves repairs-gives you more I I Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 58,782.55

GasolinesisanexclusiveSinclafrdiscovery miles per doflar Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 93,864.68 i

that: Restores lost power In old cars

Reduces engine wear as much* Keeps new cars running at Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable 1,560.00 :

as 29-lengthens engine life peak performance Deposits
Mother..a World BibleKING 6,117,381.48 i
Especially for '
Works wonders in combating Sinclair and only Sinclair I'

harmful engine deposits has Liquid Nickel JAMES VERSION I TOTAL N 7,098,447.94FLORIDA i

-. SinelainH On Mother's Day, what finer gift?There's a beautiful World Bibleto

.AlII please every Mother.,,handsome easy-to-read large print Bibles
Amtitan bprnt, Credit Cads..nor henercd bj over 27.09laollih/! / OMlsA. ..
.. ...Sunday school teachers' Biblcs..slim, easy-to-carry personal
volumes. All colorfully illustrated, superbly bound. Priced from j

Faulkner's Service StationComplete $3.30 to 1275. Come in and see our large selection.

Lube Service Bullington'sSTUDIO BANK 1 AT 1 STARKE 1


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Ii ',:!!!!!,sn\, ,\PKIL", ltfl.8 BR.VDFOn> COUNTY" TEtFORAPH. HTARKB FLORIDA _______ ___ _ _. VINE .\

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I In. "1 .I hx'h.u I g.r I I'.X.: I lit'FIX IffI lure." ii. 11..11..1'' ""I I I I
' Cropland Adjustment are corn grain. gorfihum. trt 1'xuet..hulp.. 4 Ill. tlMlfrVr .n ,,,,. u, .I, I I j. .I.I. .1.1inil ..". ''',,'' ,. ". ,,,' ."... I.
'I SignupWill wheat. cotton, peanuts, and I' INTEREST TO COLORED .... Lord l C ....n... l'lorl. .li.. .tw. ,I -,1. .,.11.1'. r1,4, ,..d .11. 11.1111 I I Il ,.' ,Il.l" i .II,,, ,III ,I I II. ,
flue-cured tobacco. NEWS OF I I Ill I I I.-: 'I.II... '"I I I' ,t I F"."" I .\, I JMII! I,. i I.'.... I i-. l 1.... ."1 l.II l ami/ all. ,""t.,1 I al, 'I'huu"I',, I. i I'I i-' v Ir
Continue Through May 13 BRADFORD COUNTYSCHOOL I '.1.' .. .., ..I I ,i'.i! i u.. I r i 1'.1.1.11..1.11 / II"I \Vi-lilH4li, >ll "--II. t ,.a''.Itll ', ,,M,)l I. 1'.L'I ., '. till' I LI I
Farmers who are InterestedIn CITIZENS OF :INfirii; I: in-1 I KII.IM"! 1'1::1'1.111:0-, : \ .* Ml.tll. II\"'HI' unit I of :StfllUf', I I II I II I "' i
diverting acreage under;. I, I I I'HMl' ,KINAI.;\; I PI..11.. M.iil' 1 ; "' |" TIKl.M" ,: VS' A, I'lUKl'i,.: |1':1.:i /"II'U"' Si liunl' Hi'"iiiil.. .
Emery Wlllarrw! \ chairman .shift from production of surplus long-term rather than an annual I each of the teacher. who allowed i'>'\i':<*t"TUI.XI 1"1 303-'i Norm( Tdllllllc \M. Tli". MIH-I' imrtCul lilililt'i' ,' iiiunr' .IHAlii.
I NEWS I to come Into their I I :Ni.tlii.;. l Ix h I''''r,liy KIVCII' I that' I IllAi $1111' I.,.. F'l"rlda I .' t*, menu, tltn said' hoiimwit
of the State Agricultural Stabilization |i to other activities. not us .
crops! : agreement are urged ,., .
The last PTA meeting of lihul. inv fliuil r." 'Iii ro11 4 JH II :;/11'1' "In''' cart?'"rl\ il.l I )) ilu>" Plastic Notebook $2.30 at the
and Conservation 121 I I to retire gradually from to delay filing a CAP application classrooms for the story time ",,. nil i\ ,..t III., 'null.,, ..I'I I I-n, .1.1h iri.n' ,'' ..1 I.."iti. ur .i\i, "ii il I '.I l .M'lK .
Committee reminds farmers farming while to available the school year will be hedI : parlous Librarian: Mrs ,'. Kh.niM' ..1..1.. t In, ..il, I I''Ii", I I'r; 1'I 1"11Ni; i HI i I'll'" IIV Till1I ,ul ,II. i Hit, rn'" .' ."M 1 nun. I". TELEGRAPH.
continuing Agreements are Wednesday. May 4, at 8 p. m. and Mrs. Jackson. Illi.il .iu\. |i. Ill' ,ii.11' .I..1 I .I..II ,",, ,,.,, I 1.1 I:.\1.,1. 1.i:|' I' ,':NT; > 11M\IH:\ ,, ...1,1.1,1.," ..1 ill, ''Ii.. ,">i, "I,.I ,h."I" .
that the signup for the new live on the farm. 131 to continue covering 5 to 10 year periods. Scott ,%, ., ,,,
I Interested I II.H .mil I t.'r i tlnal t .1"i* h.Ig.Ar1 I I"I" 1"'ln.'" l' I"I'll' iI IS | I I."II I",1" 'III .I I I'16L.I Ill
Cropland Adjustment PrORram All parents and pel"sons NOTICE! .. .' .. ,. ., .,_ ,, .. ,.,,. . ...
I working off the farm Since the May 13 tleudline hits 'I "t ri.ii .II :Mio "> l lllHllv t' I I "lOYrt.It" '" I..1 -Ira. 1 In'u 1 '" .1 Iti nit"MI "II'\
I ICAP1 1 la still open\ even or 141 to take advantage of been set for the siziiup under are Invited to attend. Parents of boys 8. 9. and 10 : ,Ii',. II". Hull..' Il.l.. ',I'In 1"" ,L.,.. ,.... ..1\I vd i. I. ,111., 1:tI, .d.... .d.II I
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Cards: will be given oat til this to \ 1..v1 I "11,1I"d I It It1adI I .11"" \ 1 I.t"I'I, .I, I' ..Id1.1 l''
be at
though the slgnup for the an- oth local employment oppor the Cropland Adjustment Program II years old are present .,.. .,, ,, .
asked to check I t Inul l I .11 111\I I'I..I' dd I I I. I 1,1.1'' | \ "11" "1. i" 'I'l'l" I 1 \I
nual feed I time. You are I' New Bethel Baptist Church ,, ,, ,,,, ,,.. .
grain program has tunities. farmers are urged to sill I .I 1 "III fill 11 "I' nII u- .IUI I' I XI iI i\ 'In.' II. II Elect--
child's pronresb aiH ., ., ., ,,, ,,, Vote For And Help
on ,
already clo.scd. A final date of I Farmers participating{: In contact their local ASCS: coun- I jour 7:30: p. m. Monday. May 2. Mr uri l .i"',1"l i t Oi-i"ii > H 'I i i.1.l l I '"''I I h." ".I" 11111 bd I I "
May 13 has been set for farmers I CAP ulll receive adjustment ty office about the programin I have a conference with the I John O. Sims of Gainesvilleor 1 .
to file a request to participate payments related to the valueof the near future. There is a I teacher. his appointee will be present .. MAURICEIW.IRDS
in the CAP. the crops normally produced limitation on the total acreage I SENIOR PLAY to discuss the Petting up frl
The proKram Is designed to on the land and conservation within a county or trade area The Senior Class of RJE will of the Cub Scout PArk Please l. P. 'Pete'Senator GIBSON 1
present their class play on I
fill a need not quite! met by cost-shares! payments. on which may be placed under be punctual. 1
29-a three :act comedy
tare annual acreage allotmentand the )land dlveited. such agreements and the local I CHURCH NEWS 4L. : \ Jr.
entitled. "The BrM"'a! Stand- '
Antioch Baptist Churchservices w
diversion programs In The Chairman repelled thatso ASCS committee may not be .
in.: Don't miss It. Two sisters
for the Sixth ,
I last
began Sunday
achieving and maintain sup- far 5O7( farm operators in able to approve; all requests ,
ply-demand balance lor farm Florida have applied for filed because of this limita decide to marry the same with Sunday School at 10'45 :' .s* f c
products. It is also expected to agreements/ under CAP and tion. Requests will be acceptedon i I man I II II with Supt. Shirlie Brown in : '--/, COUNTY
The RJE ChourH attended FOR
I charge At 11 a. m Covenant :
provide more hunting, fishing 208 agreements!: have been ap- a first-come basis within '
and other oppoituiiitlet, for proved. The I requests for the applicable acreage limitations the State Festival at meeting was held Everyone r.
outdoor recreation. agreements Involve about 37. 1, Raines Hitch School in Jacksonville enjoyed the splrltunl feast More Industry :m COMMISSIONERTo
CAP Is especially. attractiveto I 000 acres of cropland. Mi: lor I on April 23. The group The pastor officers( and tV
farmers who want 111 to crops included for dlveislonLAWSON'S v.y.'VVyvvVV VVVVVyVVvv rendered a very difficult" and members are grateful' for the More Jobs
I beautiful selection He success In the financial driveto Friends and
Watches. Over Israel" and received complete the chinch.' The I
Bavless Hiway a rating of of 111 B J. pain from the drive was $500 I Paid Political Adv. by Campaign Tions.
MARKETCold The group!: was also requiredto The members are encouraged Voters of Bradford County
I By; MM. O. E. Crosby sight reading and received to continue to work for $300
Storage Grocery Store a rating of 111 (tCJ. The entire more to complete the work on
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day was most enjoyable. The the
I church. I am your candidate for County Commissionerfor
Homecoming At Bajlfss; environment was charming, The public Is invited to JoJn GETImmediately CASH
I )District j I. at large.
Don't forget Sunday. May 1. the music beautiful and the in the worship servlc.earh
will be homecoming at Bay- learning experience priceless.! SundaY.-Mrs. Berry reporter
leb3 Hlway Baptist Church. Mrs. Randolph and the en- CHOIR UNION I Hits born in Bradford County and graduatedfrom
There is a special program tire chours "would like to express The Friendly':! Choir: Unionof Bradford High School. I married the former
planned. Dinner will be servedat their deepest appreciation -'I Victory will celebrated Its Betty Long from Hrooker and we have five child
one o'clock. Everyone is Invited I to the parent PI'lnclpalAnderson anniversary at Pleasant Grove
to attend. and the members of I Baptist Church Keystone ren. I iim :'to years old and have been a taxpayerin
this county since I was! 18 years old.
The revival Mill continue the Music Committee for Heights Sunday. May 22 at 3
through Sunday. Come If you making their nip possible.! n. In. Mrs. Irene Willlnms
can. RECREATION NEWSA President $25 tO $600 I am !elf) employed. I am in the cattle businessand
PERSONLK softball !tame will be Pleasant Grove Methodist raise timber and have been associated with the

:Mr and Mrs. Gene Petchei played Saturday Apr. 30. at 3 Church will observe the first PEOPLE: of Bradford County as an Active Work-
of Jacksonville were overnight p. m. at the playground. Recreation Sunday In May as Rally Day for ALL ofBlLUFOIW
Do You Have ing County Commissioner
i guests of Mr and:} Mrs. T. N. Girls vs Jacksonville The captains are as follows: .
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Norman Wednesday night. Softball OlrU. The Recreation No. 1. Mrs. Gloria :M.irkNo. { COUNTY.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crosby Boys will play a local 2. Mrs. Juanita DeSue No 3. Too many payments to make?
Pork For Your Deep Freezer. and son of Ocala were visitinghis softball team. A Record Hop Mrs. Ella Tyson: No 4. Yoilth With my agriculture and )business experience I
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. will follow the softball at the Captainfrsl.! Catherine Too many bills to pay? feel I am Capable and I am Willing to serve the
VVe will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be a Crosby Sunday afternoon. Recreation Center. All parentsare Dean; Clarenre DcSue chair PEOPLE of Bradford for ALL of BRADFORDCOUNTY.
Small Fee for Pick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 per Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and invited to visit the recre- man of the big day other
Head and Hide. Hogs 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight. children were virltlnHT his ation center to Inspect the churches will be present on Do You Need Extra Cash NOW? .

For Chill-cut and wrapping 3'/2c' per Ib. with paper. mother Mrs. Alma Dyal in facilities. The cooperation' of that special day.: -Vorma Jean
Hampton Sunday afternoon.Pat all Interested parents It Invit- DeSue. reporter LET US HELP YOU
vote :May :3rd.
We Sell Beef and Pork for Home Freezers Dickens of Baltimore ed for the best Interest of the Greater Allen Chat-] AME WITH YOUR ;MONEY PROBLEMS: I will greatly appreciate your on
Md. is visiting his mother. teens' I1's. Church-Sunday School at 10 Thank; you for your support,
Phone 964-8281 218 Washington St.Bush's I Mrs. P. C. Dickens for a couple LIBRARY WEEK with Mrs. Fannie B. DelestreIn We Are Trained To !
I The RJE Help
| of weeks. Library Club Joined charge. Lovefeast Service! at
We are glad that Mrs. Buie the nation In celebrating 11 a. m. Communion service at MAURICE: EDWARDS, JR.

I Crosby was able to come (home National Library Week April 6 p. m. All members! : and
Monday after undergoing surgery 17-23 1 by reading stories and friends are Invited to attend Town Finance Co.
Sport ShopHAS in Alachua General Hospital showing filmstriPs to! various services (Pd!I. Pol. Adv.)
last week. elementary classes. Each Prayer Meeting is held everyThursday
22fi N. Ave Phone 9 H( I-WO)1!)
Mr. and Mrs. Don Newman member of the club was as- nlwht at 730.: All Temple -:- >
EARTHWORMSRed announce the adoption of a slgnea:! particular class to members and Interested:!
baby girl Donna Maria }last present a Story Hour.( The Christians are invited to at-
week. young ladles who did fiuch a tend. -
Wigglers-Crickets Shiners Mr. and Mrs W. C. Ward. wonderful Job were Rosa De- PARTY VOTE FOR

Mrs. Lucille Lovell and daughter. Sue Sandra Chandler, Ruth There will be a Heaven and
. CATALPA WORMSand Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Ann Clarke Brenda King, Hell party in the Masonic Hallon Eugene F.
a C Ixjvell Mrs J. L Carolyn Myprs. Carolyn Tay- Brownlee Street Saturday
that "Tuff Pink Worm" that every Johns were all visiting Mrs. lor. Jacquelyn Mitch-ill. JoAnn night at 8 o'clock. There! mill
I Marty Crosby in Alttt'hua General Tyson. Gladys Odomi. Corlne be a donation at the dor. The
fisherman says is the best << Hospital in Gainesville! Hudson Mary Ann Chandler] public Is Invited to Join the
Sunday afternoon. and Regina Byrd. fun and meet the many
We would like to thank friends.
he has ever used. Mr. and Mrs. George Hiffh-

smith of Green Cove Springs ,I. SHAW
I were guests! of his sister.: and ,
e brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.

Perry Lyons Sunday

Never before have fishermen had such a !good Mr. and Mrs Robert Worrell

place to 'trade in our country of Worthington Sprlnns were
visiting Mr and Mrs Kenneth
Ellxton Sunday.
Mrs. Marty Clemons of
FISIIINfi Hellbronn and Mrs Lucille t ii Practicing attorney in Starke.

Knobs and Mrs. Elaine Chll- 4
son of Starke, and Mr and Thorough knowledge of legislative processes.
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Mr. Preston Tart Ls one of the employeeRBUSH'S Mrs. Charles Newman and

children of Gainesville: were Independent of any special interest group or
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don ...
Newman and Mr and Mrs., slruu.I industry.
Lois Newman Sunday afternoon ) I

Temple Avenue (( ,, economics.Graduate of University of Florida with degrees in law and agriculture

; t..,*:' y '! / < ?' v Fourth generation resident of this House District.

V t ''c\! .' *>'

*. f Experienced in business.
3 More Days '.

tRead \t. ." Active in Civic Affairs: 1964 Chairman Cancer Drive, Rotarian,

Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Mason, Jaycee, AmericanBar

Association, Florida Bar, American Trial Lawyers Association.Vote .

: ANDSture your future in this book

When your savings pass book tells a The Man For Best Qualified"I

story; of growing totals you can be

sure your most cherished dreams will

Will Be Closed! come gloriously true. In financial emergencies earnestly and humbly ask the opportunity to serve you as

you'll have the cash you need.

When golden opportunities beckon.you'll State Representative. I appeal to to give an
We want to take this last opportunity to thank your you aggres-

the people of this entire area for the fine patronage have the money to take advantage -

during our 72 years of serving you And for your of them. Your dollars are always sive and qualified young man a chance by electing me as your

fine cooperation in our last sale! Many, Many, Thanks. safe always available always earningfor

-BILL GRAHAM you. State Representative. I shall be profoundly grateful always for

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saving. Open an account .
Saturday Is add to it regularly. Member

and get what is left Discounts too big to 218<1 N. O If Phone STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I

mention. We still have shirts, pants, coats, belts, hats, Temple Ave. 7 961-0500. BRADFORD-CLAY-UNION COUNTIES

pajamas socks gloves, hunting clothes-
caps, '
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Meet Palatka TonightTornadoes Chuiluh' Smith will cc al t.iuf
Gridders SetSpring kle KuirJerson: .RuAe, and
Guano will bo at tin' o.T air<
and defensive end posts: bull

Advance In Group Baseball Tournament more depth is needed till ,ie
DrillsSpring Chilson Joyner. and : ooklej
Bill Belote will work nl coi-' '

Exploding for 10 run In the begin a half hour followingthe plate for the Tornadoes In the { 29, in the toughest; /name I Ing to powerful Gainesville as missing spring tootl!.al I teimon nerback.halfback Sanderson David: aii'Shan-J let- '"
fourth inning to beat St. flr.it contest, approximately big fourth and a combinationof the tournament. Palatka High School The Braves have practice football will get underway backer: ClilUon is also experienced -
non111 work at the 'defen
Augustine 11-3 Tuesday night. 9 p. m. five hits, two walks throe Green! Cove 13-1 edged the Tornadoes twice BUS Box Score Monday for 20 long I at neibaclc/: which sive: halfback posts. 110'.'(on-let.
Tornado: baseballers advancedto The championship game hit batters, and an error did : nlKhi to gain the ( 5-3) in the season's third game St, Augustine (game: hot days as Bradford High he held down with Randy Joy- tL' man Bill Adams will get
the eml-flnals of the Friday will begin at 7:30: p, m.Bradford's the trick. The first name bo-tln.s at : and 1-0 last week. Emmett AD KSanderson. I gridders begin preparation to I ner last season at safety. a
Group Tournament In Falattca.: First baseman Dale CrosbY between (0 defend their Class A state : Veteran Wayne Blanker- try
10-run outburst i p. m. Orange Akrldgo tossed! a two-hlttcr If 41 P'.1'acLice111 begin -llthout
Coach Chuck: Mason's wiped, out a 2-0 St Augustinelead drove in three runs with. a I and Fuinandina Beach. at the Braves last Friday but' Akildye.;: 2b 4 1 (0 championship \ix>wn.Bigsest shipwill work at offensive I the track and baseoui: 1 play
rhaines will meet the hometown and handed sophomore triple over the right fielder's I Fernandina beat Belles\ be'i lost the tightly/ played game. ,I Falcon. s.. 4 1 2 : Job lacing Head center along with rookies ers. The coaching\ su ff111
Braves in the second Paul McLeod his second vic- head and Eddie Douglas push- FoiniuKlina Tuesday The Tornadoes also were heldto W. McLeod, :3b 31 1 Coach and Athletls\ Director Charles Smith and Robbie have the assistance oC several
!game' tonight Thursday April tory of the year.I ed two across with a double Donald Falcon all had two hits and failed.! to score. Elder c 41 1 David Hurse and his! staff is Smith. I senior; including: tho' IV who
The second game tonight will I Fourteen batters went to the Douglas, Greg Reddish, and ,i safeties: In the First baseman Joey Reese P. McLeod. p 300 the replacement of almost the Plenty of depth and experience have signed college:: scholar-
I nine-hit attack. I sustained a broken jaw in Reddish; cf 432 entire backfield Just two let- Is available at guard There will also be a Junior
Palatka owns the best that contest with: Palatka Crosby Ib 321Doualai termen backs, fullback Randy and tackle Veterans RogerChllson I feated squad. ,
I'wimt I Into the group when hit ,by a pi ten.. He will rt 212 Joyner and', halfbark David Leaton Morgan and also
oe a unlor
COME .it 114-1 with the dingle loss be out lor the season as well totals' 31 11 0, Shannon will return. Eddie Stancil are at guard.'
The quarterback and half- and Godwin, Mayton Ronnie f varsity spring practice and
back slots will be wide! open' Tomlinson. and newcomer : several eighth grade: will be
TO THE REVIVAL 1-0 Edge Gives and it will\ be difficult to replace I Invited.
I Weight Program such stalwarts as all- t .
Palatka Win state quarterback Donald Fal-
i con, fullback Mickey Agner. I i Because of continued confusion\ among' the

Still In Mound Duel and halfback Dwight Elder. i, 1 voters in the Second Congressional District
ImprovingSteady Several boys who did not par- i
last expected \ about how they will elect their four Senators .
STREET i lljiidcil the short end l of a tlrlpate year arc *
Madison l Church I two-lilt pitching( ltipl, Brnrl- to report to bolster, .the assigned by the latest e-appartion-
I Improvement continues the first In the hbturj( of the. foriJ'a bwohHllrri' lost their crop.) ment of,the State Legislature A. .,...
BAPTIST I l > be shown by nine Bradford school to hit that high, above chance! to bent tough\ Pulatkn The line will be I the 106'7 r
High athletes who have! the standard act by the coaches. In a 1-0 leclnlon here last Fri- Tornadoes strong point with
been lifting weights since They even had to come up clflY experienced personnel 1 return- L. P.'Pete"GIBSQNfn\
January.Six a new name for the l-,vcl-the The loss l envied the regular Ing at almost every position ,
,; of the nine HUed from Scarlet and Gray. season ".4 for the, Tornadoes. "Our defense should bestion It
.. 'v. 50 to 150 more pounds In Agner weighs!! 164'a': and he Emmett: AkrMge! top) Tornado !?," Coach Hurse says, "It t
'sxl levels taken Monday April 25. lifted 1.641 In his level,, Monday hurler, and Palatka'a: will be difficult to improve ;:
In the period of two months breaking two( records in Ronnie Downing both twirled I on last years defiwlve I rec
.J ince March 3. IhSfi'Ta'i.Ttfre'ions the process. He preMed 215 I two-hit ball for seven innings. ord." Only two teams made
l 4. j's level, sophomore Andy pounds bench pressed 299 But the Bmves: tied their two i more than three first downs I
tic,1ar j4, Mayton leads the tamers( by lifted 550 In the squat, dead safeties bnck-to-bnck In the on the state champion squad. )I -
: liftln, 145 more pounds lift 405. clean and jerk 235 third inning to score the ganie'H "Our offense will depend on \
Junior Jim Godwin out- and curled 141. lone run. Whether or not we caD develop {:<4 4v
tandiiiK tackle on the state The bench' press mark of :295 Hot-hitting Wayne :MLeod: !! a (Rood passing attack
champion did: eleven, leads and curl of 111 are new J3HS and .HPc'onrl. huspman Charles ," nurse went on.
; the lifters' with a total of 1.738 rceoi'dfi. Airnni' has "ontlniirdllftln ) HowMI) had! the Tornadoes'! "If so well have a goo:!
1 x144j pound In the six lifts. Godwin ? weights even thouah I two hits, 'rhe Torrtiidoci hud I offence. If not we'll have to |I
can press!! 103:; pounds bench seniors are no longer: listed in I several! chances to score: but grind It out. We have real :] r
press 255 squat 520, dead lift the school's color lenIs The couldn't put the right combination fine receivers but our quarterbacks ,
415 clean. and jerk 205, and:! I star fullbark has slimed a I together. must work real hard ,
,uil 138. footballlCholarS'h'p with'I Sandy Sanderson was leftstranded I this summer on throwlnz: th? j
The big tackle lifted a total i Stamford University of Birmingham \ on second! base in ball." The receivers he meant {:{
of 133 pounds more than he Alabama. the last of the seventh and are ends Sandy Sanderson ]
could on March 2, but he is Five athletes. Godwin! Stan shortstop Donald Falcon pop I and Joey Reese< II | ISenator
still 142 pound away: from the cil. Leaton Morgan, Jerry ped up with Sanderson on I Both Coach Tony Griffith's''Ii
coveted Gold level of lifting 10 Gibbs and Harry Hntcher are third In another inning- i defensive line and Coach !' ,
times his body wenht. It is now in the Blue Level:, nine Pitcher Downing scared, the Mike Sexton's offensive fore- I|
Rev. G. A. Rateree Mr. Ralph Hartley much more difficult for a big times their body weight Their winning run for, Patutlia after wall. will be strung and exp j .
Evangelist Song Leader man to hit that zenith due to April 25 totals and Improve a single when Tom Harvey rlenced. although many :
his greater ments since March 2 are doubled him home. several '
body weight : boys must learn
Junior Eddie StancH Is Godwin 1.728. up 133 Tho loss broke. a six game tions. po&l-1 for hefSbcth'

rloi-e.st to the Ooh! level. needIng pounds: Stancil-1,481, up 11; BHS iwinnln gstreuk.AB Lettermen Andy Mayton, I II ,
MAY 8-15 7 : 3 0 P.M.NKJHTI.Y'. I 89!) more pounds. But as Morgan Gibbs 1.537'i; up 117'i; : Sunderxon, If 3 0 It H 0 I Jim Godwin and Roger Chili I !
-1.325. 20; Hatcher -V '
athletes reach for the up Buddy Tra-
Oold with
Akrldge, p 2 0 0 1 SOil along \ V. publishes the f follo w5no; 'sample
-1.182. 51. ii 142
I up Godwin llne-
level the going gets tougher, wick will work out at ,
as Stancil found oat. when he pounds aWAY from the Gold I Falcon BH 2 0 0 I ballot' to better acquainf\the\ voters with

Bring The Entire Improved only 11 pounds over level. Stancil 89. Morgan 172. W.Elder McLeod, c 3b 3 3 0 0 0 1 I Thompson Sheet I the four 24 county districts: (Each voter in

Family hU March 2 total of 1,470 Glbbs 115. and Hatcher 109. Crosby, Ib 2 0 0 Metal Works I II each county, will have they opportunity to
Four other athletes in
pounds P. JIcLood. rf 3 0 0 vote for one candidate\in\ epchjof, the four I I
the red
level eight times their
NURSERY however,
OPEN Nobody has *
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:. able to body weight One. Junior tackle Reddish, cf. 3 0 0 I Healing And Air races listed beloW.
come anywneie near Howell 2b 2 0 1 I installation ,
I keeping up with senior Mickey Ronnie Tomllrtson. is Just TOTALS 23 0 2 I I lY l
Felder L. Rowan, Pastor, r Astier.: who on Apr'i:; 25 took 18 pounds away from the Blue FREE ESTIMATE' 5th District t 4;
I the levels and lifted over 11 : Level Tomllnson nearly made SERVICE & TUNE VPS Vote for one j,
times his body wel;ht. He Is It on the April 23 levels whenhe A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH .I rhone 969.4021 or D6t-8841' ... ./ .'J. I IJ.
I hoisted 134 more poundsfor brines results. Road 16 East Starke Fla '
a total of 1494. Emory "Red' Cross ll llHal
Mavton, the WT sonh tackle I II ,
has lifted::! 1.505 but Is still\ 1B9 I Davis
pound,,> away from the Blue. J .' -- Re-Elect II,',

2 YEARS OF Wayne Blankrn.i'iip lifted 1 1.- barley E. Johns.
336 pounds up 1, and Is 140 :
V pounds' away from the Blue Jessie R. ChastainYour .... 6th DistzictS.
Bill Artnms. sophomore has Vote for one .
hoisted 1.200: pounds up 55. + ,'1 iI
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and l.s 96 pounds .way, 4V """"
ACHIEVEMENT Many athletes participatingIn V jF County Commissioner \Jackson Bryan _

baseball and track ,
have not
lifted weights steadily and did: e DlSTHll'TiO.) !'\ t Ed L. Bush" '" '. I.

not take the levels. Statistics (CountyatLargeExperienced

a a@ are presently being compiled '" Tom R. Davis _
by Coach Tony Griffith who

FA I Is In charge of the weight pro and Well QualifiedMy .... John Due .. .

4 YEARS OFCOMMITMENT tIf gram-tl'envth, to and are bodv how weight much each ; years with the County speaks for itself 1ak I : L. P.\Pete' GIBSON I % I I'Wayne '
has gained since January the people of Bradford (County to look at my ,

+ record and sec if I have; screed the (County well at
B1coachell: si'-p their Mixon .
all time
welaht program much credit
If If1 for the development of their Odis Murphy'
19S5-66 Class A state champIon I nppm-iate: t the t trust I the people has put t in me \

grid team. Although BHS and I will never betray t that trust.
athletes were, smaller thin B C. Pearce /

E most' of always their stronger.opponents t.hl'Ywet'e Thanking >ou for 1I1I1)a..t favors you have given c. 8th District (

a in haiu-e for tote and Vote for one .
me. Thanking r >1111 ; your /
EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP ) support in the .May :'Jrd Primary.
Frank 1. Alderman

PROVEN PROGRESS way you write. Com! In IUId1If'.t JESSIE R. CHASTAIN Claude M. "Red" Franks. I

l your favorite KSTKR-: ,
Manory :E. Home '
; BROOK fountain .pen TEIJR-
Pel., Put Adv)
GRAPH. ,I George Lewis It. ,
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: 25th District
Vole for one .

State Unher) Increase 19'!) ,;,' /

ROY ROGERS Junior Colleges! Increase 91.5% lim Holley .
I MILLION: DOLLAR INVESTMENT Elementary and Secondary Increase 11.6'tBeginning ;'> /
/ / of Vocational Schools: Slate; -w ide 7j//J/ SCOTTKELLY James E. loans I, ,
400 NEW INDUSTRIES 510 Scholarships: for deserving students to

attend Florida (ColleRes that might not have Cecil A. Kennedy ... ,
trNKMl'LOYMENT: AT ALL been able to attend. \ __ '
Ed Peck __ _, ___ '
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Florida Needs Florida Needs ", Harry O. Stratton J.' _, .' r'T

Sam Teague _'_'n_ .__ ,_ ;

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(Pd. Pc l. Adv.) "

. ,YOUR GOVERNOR i iA riator for the Sixth

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..' Funeral Services BuUden. Interment was In the family
H :..'" .), Miss Balsdun was a )lifelong plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery
:H "" '(;<.':' -, Held SundayFor resident; of Starku, flIdoilS\! a under direction of DeWitt c

) e.,' TROueIE VJITH PbU-ncS' is' IP: Miss Baisden member of the First Christian: Jones Funeral Home

MOSTOF" T.U;: VOTERS- AND ALL THE. ,V I Miss Rosa Lee B.iUden.: 87, I Surviving are two sisters. 1 A Classified! Ad In the TKI.E-: ';

I died: nt the: home of her niece. j :Mrs. Lietie Stilley. and Mrs. GRAPH result.
'i"CAN; DtOA1"ES.ActED\ ALL 'YEAAVOUND 1MIt I | brInK! !
; One Vote i y Mrs. R. C BuforJ. ln.t Friday, I Alice Jones both of Starfte. ,
after a I1nlj"jrlnK; Illni-ss. She Funeral" services were! heldat
( ., ", was born In Suuke on August 3 p. m. Sunday In Junes I Keep
: ;is" oooeTFoi. L IN MY' MIND TAT v.lE 14, 1878 and was the daughter Memorial Chapel with Charlrs State Representative
C Bradford County has 5,793 registered counts. Each single vote has the power .' ; ,11. of the late George! W. audI Reese, minister of te!, Fii -.t
voters.:'! to shape the world's future.! (Con fi WOULD NEED. TOO: ;MUCH POUTICS I Martha Adeline Tumblln ChnxUuii Church olllcuiUn;'

But the important thing: is not how sider these examples: .

many are QUALIFIED to vote . Oliver Cromwell was elected to Par- .:..: ::. Tb START ''H'''1"-4.' I, '
f _'.1I'f11'' U ..
but how many will actually turn out liament by one vote and changed the ... r .. .. .. : ..... r._......r>IWD._ --, jo, -'-' : >'-.

at the poll next Tuesday to exercise history of England.One .' .: .; ,, --

this basic, and most important privilege vote made France a Republicin .,':'-:' ',..

of casting a ballot for the candidates 1875, and one ended it in 1940. .

of their choice. One man cast the deciding vote ina '.:.1'...<'!,"Ir.ors vp'r ,\J..,''".> 4L a:;1 _7 You can't replace! \
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This:'! is what used to be known as German beer hall-a vote which set \'"!,, ,.. ,: .- 1 : ,

the "off year" election, but that id. no the world on fire His:'! name was Adolph .. ;.", ,.. I
has been Hitler. I "<; :: '........ I ; ,
longer true. The load equalized t ;; .
# EXPERIENCEAutomation I \\
so that there are a* many important Rutherford B. Hayes was elected I "..J..,; ,..; :' ,. : ." .."..1.I tJ ,

offices to be filled this t year, President by one electoral vote in 187G. 1t..i a i'> !';' ,. '
as there are in the Presidential l elec- In each instance, it was just one I ', <. .\1'.,&0' was a science fiction word 25 years ago. Yet
that made California Idaho Ore- ". "h' '! ,I in that field was responsible for 'f.
tion years. vote :! '1 ; Broward Williams' experience
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On the ballot next Tuesday! will be gon, Texas and Washington a State.In .I,:\,;..'..;II'. ) .F".\. .,,..ttJlJ.fr';. i !his first assignment when he went to work in the State i
choices for Governor, Congressman! the 1840'a, Edward A. Hanneran' '' Treasurer's office As a representative of a national business ,

State Cabinet members Public Utilit* was elected to the U S. Senate from I ;r.-, 0 VU "I.EV. /'_'\\ I .,"\: ,:.,jW'J';Ifr. ; machine company he had helped many banks convert from c

des Commission, State Senator. Representative Indiana by one vote. ,.r'x.,\ i r a pen and ink bookkeeping system to machines. His first job .

:; and several county offices, When statehood for Texas came toa 4 r \\.t 1i ;." I with the State Treasurer's office was to systematize the ,

including two Commissioners! and two vote, Senator Hannegan broke the i 1N1 ..., !\ bookkeeping procedures there. During his 24 years with the StatsTreasurer's _,
School Board members. this tieb casting single ballot. This \ (! / '\ .
Surely \
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.1 at
,, ) office he has dealt with the many phases
should be sufficient to brin r'every one action led to the Mexican War an in- I., (f\ .. "I'" __.
.. ,. of
41 { banking finance and insurance that are a responsibility your
of Rradfonl'a-G.793 voters to the polls cid.en.t that helped shave> t the. entire j .fl C" ;. : ,
I'" .' .. .. served State Treasurer,
< ;"V4'J|' .. State Treasurer In the time he has as
next Tuesday but if experiencecan future of this .,. .j
past country. ',: ;\ ': }" '
..' to'effect an orderly,
serve as a guide, i ty is more likely And recently in Minnesota, two I E M :\ \ ..' .1' 'J' {" 'N'1I.n, 7 his experience has made it possible

that only 60 or 70 per cent will actually candidates for Mayor were defeated, n I I' .. ,_ 'I it. j!()". ,r'iI1; J:._'I"l: '.I fi 1z smooth changeover, along with the institution of many r
+ r \ ,Ey
cant a ballot. each by a single vote-and one of the ?lar '4 ; "'M ., tt1' S '''.- -. entirely new programs. Broward Williams has a

Too many voters take the attitude candidates himself had failed to vote! .'"4 ....Jai1I {..J.., .' \. 't'' 1M i thorough knowledge of state government, ,,

that "my vote won't make any difference If it has happened in the past, it experience in all phases of the insurance >,

-so why\ fro to all that trouble?" could happen again. Billy// Berrypicker Says industry and proven ability to administerthis : t

Nothing could be more untrue. Look over the sample ballot in this I vitally important Cabinet post t t

History tells us that a single vote issue: of The Telegraph and see if any Return to the: freezing trays .
has' many times proved to be the most candidate is listed who you would not and lieeze until solid.: Make: } KEEP

potent gun,! In the arsenal of political like to /see lose' the election br one NEWS And NOTES !I I'' nunrtH' Rh ')ruet.

weapons. Any single vote might be vote. If there is:; then you'd better be "

the deciding one, for every voteI sure to protect his Interest by casting For Today's Homemakers Keep HUNTLEY l Broward
your one vote next TUt'sday.Farmer's State Representative \ Williams /

By County Martha Extension Sue McCain i I'd. Pol. Adv.) .

Hume Economics Agent", i ,
DiaryBy Yr ,-7otO\.1)5 STATE TREASURER -

I Sam McGarveycounty Puliii.jl. t Atlviriiwnwnl PjiJ Fur by FreJ N. towiy.T. *.
This complete: article will bedevoted bolllnit action. Pot for cookIng ( :
I to the subject of food I ro.sln potatoes are avail-i t k666 s ? -
is not the courthousesite
The time Is getting right for able with rosin Included. athardware
and not who will be elected I
: out-door cooking so stores. -- ----- -- -- --
;' to the county commission.' April 25, 19CC I Very soon now the the new With wUle-Jawe.d'. tongs or a \I
the senate or the house but- Editor, Bradford County Hastings or Sebago, potato large drainage spnon.careful-\

, drainage. In urging/ thatsomething \ TelegraphDear I will) be showing up in the mar- I ly place one potato at a time I
be done about It,
. Sir: I ket. Because of their hijth' Into the boiling rosin. Do not THE FIFTH SENATE DISTRICT
"Young/ Arch" Thomas said It
We supported Governor moisture content, the Sebago overload. The level of the boiling I
will take area-wide partclpl-
Bums in his last campaign Is particularly adapted to bar- rosin should be one\! and ,I
j and by local -
patlon financing:
principally because of his emphasizing becuing. one-half to two inches below
jj state and. federal. agencIes in his campaign The trick to achieve per'fer- the top rim of the pot to avoidboiling
Now is the time for -
j consumer speeches. Quote VIT I AMELECTED tly barbecued potatoes is to over. Cover the pot NEEDS- -RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIPNever
, to, Ret or for jam. as most of the been plagued by the lack
INTANGIBLE TAX AND IN- sauce you do the meat' and tion. Sixty mInutes later the
have thrown their of Time time
drainage. and
crowers VENTORY TAX MUST 00, barbecue them at tho same potatoes will be baked to absolute ( before the of this area of
has it been to the best interests of people
plantings open to the pub-It: \: again, when it has been dli- MOST so important
A3 .THEY ARE THE time on the outdoor grill perfection.
on a pick-your-own butS at cussed.! it was summ-d up UNFAIR TAXES WE HAVE The choice: of meat is up to Remove one potato at n Florida that they be represented in the: Florida State Senate by a person with Effectiveness,

25 cents are a In quart excellent The plantIngs shape-, with the no place observation"There's for the wa-- AND THEY HAVE ECONOMY"NO PLACEIN end you. but be sure to use th.I time.! Place en foil. Wrap anj Proven Ability, and Experience as well as one who understands the many needs of the area and

f with plenty of (rood fruit, ao ter to go.! Those who studied quote; OUR new BARBECT'EU Sebago potato.POTATOKS; twist ends Cut out and top. Serve hale its people. ,
there >Is easy picking and at the problem say the place for medium- hot immediately >ou
Nothing has been "cone regarding Scrub half & dozen of the tme delicacies.
that price the berries are abarvaln. it to go 18 1 the Suwannee River' one
tal .
taxes, rbol1
these except sized potatoes and p
and:! thence to the Gulf, and, 100 for'ha'f{ Allow the rosin to cool and SUCH A MAN IS
have them assessed per them In the Jackets I
I that the volution lies In startIng solidify in the pot. It (nay be
cent.It an hour In salted water. Sa'ethe '
For another thing the berrIes at the mouth of that river re-use'e Indefinitely.
Is our opinion Chat these water for soup stock It
sweeter and better at and working back to here STRAWBERRY SHERBET
are two taxes do more to reta:d contains much of the potato's
time of and most Two and! one-foilrth E. JohnsWho
this season Industrial growth and! to discourage nutrients. Cut impeded potatoes : quarts Charley
of the people around here wait Big doing this week, industry and capital! Into quarter-inch slices fresh strawberries, 2 and 23|
for "May" berries lor that though, will be the county's from moving to Florida than and marinate them for anhour cups /auger I and seven( el h't'
berries, "one-and-onlv" rally water. :3! fourth
reason. Deep red particularly political cups and 111'1e-
any other factors. : In the sauce you plan to
are excellent for Friday night at the til'jh The present Inventory tax use on[ the meat while youp teaspoon lemon Juice, few is asking for support as your Senator from the 5th District.
for dipping in school stadium. It shouH be a grains 2 your
mating/ jam. or prohibits small Independent! :epnre the rest ot the meal. cayenne p J ppor. ell)
chocolate. rood one, and you'll) have aciendd'to whites, one-third cup sugar
businesses, such as.ours from Put tfrem.on the greased '"
5 See and hear th" Wash hull strawtmriPs."
carrying sufficient Inventoriesto grill along: with the m.atbasting and :
The new Daybreak variety candidates in their first public carry on their business suc them with the sauce Cut in quarters. Sprinkle: 'cut Sen. Charley E. Johns -

.was tried again this year by .speeches of the local cam- cessfully, and thus causes business every now and then. Turn berries with 2 and twothl.dscups
number of Including Toss and allow t
growers paign. sugar
failures. when the underside u brown
Ben Loper. Harold Normal Before deciding whether t' and baste two or three times stand: at rb'im) temperature for) Has 28 years Le)fiUtive Experience 'which Includes 26 yean of service in the Senate. .

and :Bud Norman and sold Owen and J. L Alvarez are support his prevent candidacy.we : Silt and pppptr after 'you take 3 hours. Cru.h berries by put- been selected by his fellow senators to serve 3, President Pro Tempera and President of the
readUy at the market accordIng putting in a big cage-layer are anxious to have his them up and whie: thly'te stli: I tln:; thiou'h: a sieve and, o! Has .
to County Agent George cheese; cloth, to make as fineas Florida Senate.
plant on Bayless Highway but present position made clear on hot. Serves eight. ,
Hugglro. He saId the variety we're told, that they also havea this: Issue. BARBECUE SAUCE; I possible or) put through tlr Has
was Introduced here two year'al'O. fine set-up for raising hogs. We believe this Is a very critical Melt(: one pound of butter in i blender Then add water, lemon served as Governor of Florida.
and that Ned Coleman Juke anJ cayenne. Pou-
and Laton Morgan had tria'plantlnK'S With fairly dry weather our every problem merchant that and concern bUl lnes'* a lime sauce Juice ran one-half and'ad: bottle one cup of: Into f..eezltr. :
driveway has improve.]' and man and would like for themto Worcestershire! !' sauce, one-rml mushy B 'at egg: whites) untl and dedicated service to them and their interests.

we know that this is the timeto let themselves be heard on box dry mustard, scant: tablespoon frothy Gradually add: on>
Hugging said the Daybreak do something about It But this matter. sugar, ani rait and peper : third (cup su'sar' 2 table pnnq His various Senate Committee assignments prove his hard work and efforts to
variety had been tested extensively we're like the man with the 20 mlnutI's. at a time beating wl! nfte
Yours truly. > to! taste. Simmer *
render all. Included the committees whichhe
at the station addition Beat the proper representation to among or.
experiment "In partlaiy -
leaky roof, who explained. DAW AUTO SUPPLY Inc. If any sauce Is left over,
In Gainesville and thatIt wet weather I can't fix it BUILDERS HARDWARE & tore in covered Jar in ielrljerator. ;:- : frozen: --rbft" In a cols} has served are : Agriculture and Livestock; Appropriations, Banking, Labor
has out-produced the Flor- and in dry weather, I don'thave hOld 1 until well combined
lie BO consistently. The plant I to because it doesn't SUPPLY Denver R. DevrlckDen'er For other exciting ook-oul: Then fold In the meringue and Industry, Educaton: Public Schools, Junior Colleges, Pensions and Claims,

la resistance also said to to leaf have spot far better than leak" R. Deverlck Pres. experiences t'y' your hand at Public Roads and Highways, State Institutions, Temperance, Welfare, Insur.

the Florida 90 and that is The analogy between the house here. KOSIN oslft-bakcO" !BAKKIJ! J potatoes.POTATO Keep HUNTLEY ance, Public Health. Public Utilities, Water Resource Development and Con

have good' had news difficulties to growers with that who driveway problem and the Until recently the motel wa Melt !six pounds of rosin Ina State Representative! servation. Rules and Calendar, Constitutional Amendments and Governmental
leaky root Is not a very good! ownej'' and operated by Orvlll- pot. It takes 30 minutes to (J'
problem.S. one though. If your roof and Helen Bumgarno:. subject melt the rosin to a moderate! Reorganization.During .

leaks. you can put a pall underit to a mortgage held by A&E ______m __n_ _____ I
High water in Lake Geneva can catch the drip, but If Associates of which; Call Ha-:
Is causing problems now. and your driveway Is flooded you rls 1s a principal.Bumearner this period between legislative sessions he i is serving as a member of the Constitu-

when discussion! the matter'in a cam.Keystone Up for need a dragline not a bucket turned the prop- tional Revision Study Commission and is a member of the Legislative;' Councils Committee on

erty back to A&E, who In turn i
Heights city council C) ftnff.( SCOTT Mental Health and Retardation.
Desert Isle Motel who
an old timer reminded' the sold It to the Turners
I own and operate the adjacent
audience that not many years Changes Hands i
Trail Motel. Value of theproperty. "
ago, the problem was low wa- I LET'S STAY WITH HIM
according' to the
ter in 1 Isle .
Brooklyn Lake. Sale of the Desert .
filed, Is 218000. t
Motel on U. S. 301 north of papers .
And speaking of water, !a I' Lawtey' by A&E Associates to Bumgarner said that he Is KEEPCHARLEY ( 'Xi. /' ,
thinking of going into the real .
man said last week that our H. M. and Annie Turner has KELLY f' t;
1 estate business in
number one problem in this been recorded in the court- '

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ing the man having more seniority than anState Senator, thereby
GOVERNOR mixing: your Senator the Dean of the Florida Senate.

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M. LI"lngsto"" Interlachtn, Fla.M Marie Blackmon, Cocoa Fla. Gordon O. Rein, Orange City Flo* Mr. C. E. R....,Starka, Fla. It cost no more to shop at the store
.. ... Irk Jahnten Dayt. Brh., Fla. Mrs. B A. Spradlmg Ja,, Fla.Marlona A. R. Purvinii, Orlando Fla. Mn. E. .I. Finnigan, St. Cloud Flo, 49
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."...J. A. Earttrllng Claiton Ga. Mr. Zo.y M. Tyr., Jaiup. Ga. T. E. Dackerholf. Jax, Fla. Herman P. Samac, St.Auguithia;,
.... C.__, Orlando Fla. Mary Ev.tyn, Shuman" J.., Fla. Mri. R. Dunne, Orlando Fla. Andrew. J. Ei oa, Coeoa, fie,
rW.lt. G......,H Smy. B .Mn. R. M. Manhall Tall., Fla. A. G. Garhrighf Jan, FI.... Mack Primm Madison Fla. Johnnie Jo"..,J.., Fla. .
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M... Goa.CaHiila, Daytona. Fla. Ganth O. Motlick, Orlando Fla. Mri. S. C. McCrae, Apopka. Fla. J.J. Shier Daytona Bch.. Fla. .
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Mrs I'eclAdrlillon\ Jr. and i Mrs. Mary Freeman returned Leila C"rner) of qmnos- lion Ille. IV 1'111("11'1' coiur.' .U, \It.
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I little son, David) of Guineavilla. Saturday otter several days vine visited Mrs. Ruby Yarborough lIhand Mra W. B. Blood- 1% ,'If \ i-itl.: l-nxo %<>. 1:1-I
RAIFORD II visit with her children Mr. Saturday.Mrs. worth had ax Thursday. luncheon 1:1:1: :
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I ML a Pat Holt and little\ son nnd Mrs. John F. Freeman and Gerald Grlffla and Ituo. ts. Mr. and Mrs. u... 'I J. .11. iIs ni>HH
By :Mrs Earl Dobbs i and Mrs Alzy Thomas. of fnmlly of Melrose[ and Mrs. children.\ Debbie and, Mike, Elmer Brunnon of Lake City VHItltVIIKinO. 1'llIln'lIt. Vote For And Elect a e
Hawthornn visited Mrs. Mary'I| Charlie Thomas and daughter. visited. ", Mr. and Sirs. Howard and Mrs Rebecca Johns of K. MussUeren.h.nti
Phone 496-2601 Freeman Saturday morning; I i Dirnell, of Hawthorne.Mr. Register and family in Lake Lake Butler. .

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMt's Mr. and 1111's. Dock Addison ',' and Mrs\ Martina!! Dobbs City Saturday.air. Mrs Ronnie\ Grlf'ia\ and sons TO: 'Raymond 01'11'1'1 fit K VI-IM. 1 I'mihti:.:All 1k... Othma t J.J "Ossie"FOR
wore business visitors In Gainesville : had as weekend intents, :Mr. :: and Mrs Earl Dobbs of Sate( Farm were shopping dress. l'nl West
Bessie Steel of
Saturday afternoon I and! Mrs. Julian Dobbs and had aa supper guests Sunday, In Jacksonville Sunday afternoon foil. urt herphv .noii'H'i, 'I .,ti,, itII
Palm Beach Is visiting' her milt for 1)1 lon. i 'I I .i'ltody
Fred.('. Kit tier of Lake City children'< Pam und Stevie, of :Mr. and 1lrs.'nrrcn Downing '
sister and family Mr. and Child HUPI>"I t I. \llnnHult
visited his sister and family. OalnesvUle. and children of Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs..t. M. Griffin "oHt and Alt..rn.-y'.' ft1* I ii, .
Mrs Charlie Burnett at State
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson and Mr.[ and Mrs. Don Newmanof Mr and Mrs. Freeman! : Crosby had as Saturday overnight been filed avuitiHi. v ,"n In' "MI.I.above .. ORiil
Farm She attended church at ,
name Court: find "''M" IDyou "<
bnby. here Saturday. They Starke are announcing; the of Starke. were visiting Mr. guests her brother and imily ,
Rnlford Baptist Church with al'" 'ri>ctiliiMl| to v"I'i t. a > Iii
them Sunday morning. were joined Sunday by Mrs adoption of a daughter, Don- and Mrs Charlie Burnett at Mr. nnd Mrs.V.. C. Richardson of your /aiiMWvr or ,ilea' I'Kittler and children. na Marie. The little! lady ''Is 3 State Farm Thursday.. They of Winter Haven. the romplalnt on tin-, PlainAttornwya Cecil Jones Jr. Gainesville
I Friends of Airs. Ernie Miner months old. Mrs. Newman will enjoyed a fishing' trip to the Mr.s Inez Bloodworth visited Urftcn I'mi. "' '
visited his parents. M[> !::. IK! "Stri-fl Iialn.'ivlll". I I K nand
and Mrs Cecil Jones Sr. of I'I of Jackson' tlh... formerly be remembered as the former river and report very good ;Mrs[ Beside Beu ley, :Mrs.[& ) flit the original 'in t i i.. i < al rt
MISH- Treva Lee Dobbs, daughter Claude Calnoy and Mrs. 'Wil- fire of I the ('lrX ..ifh, <. Ii .Ii''
the< State Fnrm Sunday. [lof Rulford will regret to learn luck.Mr.. Cnurt un .r i befor 'tin* ''i'h '1 Unf
of Mr. and Airs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs Robert Faulkner I' Ue Xfaa Dubson In Lake Butler .
Mr and Mrx Theodore Rosier I that .she I.H .1 patient in Bradford May, IIIU6: .Ih. rwls.' the, illiKfltlnnH r r
of Raiford. of Jacksonville visited her Monday, of sold. I'angswt I ,, \v II
hud as guests Saturday, County Hospital. We A family, gathering wan enjoyed mother, :Mrs. S. P. Yarborough Mr. and Mra. 1lit.[ .. Grlffla tuki. n .IIH. cr.nf.'I". I t..u.< School Board Member
their children. Mr and Mrs. by :Mr. and Mrs., Charlie, Sundry, I and guests. Mr. and :\11'''. W. Thin n..rI."h..11. i I.,. p ..6 i>,
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"'-- .- ------.-. I Burnett Sunday. 49 membersof Mra. Joel Alvarez of StarkeIs C. Richardson attended the ",i-Mit\i., ,| wink's In ilu HI'
the family were there, Including visiting her son. Mr. and Rlchardjon Reunion at Ocean P'Olrft'ai'1.y' ;; 'TI'L.I-XJI.A:' : ( I ILltlltil DISTINCT ONE
Wiiy l'tlixSOll? Mrx.: Burnett's. two :Mrs. )Don Alvarez and family Pont Sunday. this 'ilth this. of \i"i I II IIUiI6 1

sisters Mrs. :Mary Johns of for several days. Mrs. Joe Fair and ion, Billy I CII.\ Itl.F.:< A. AHHV.
Jacksonville\ and .Mrs. Bessie! Debbie and Mike Griffis of Gainesville visited her flu Iit' I oi. Hi.cir, 'mi t'.nr'fly will at all times work for the
visited their uncle und If elected to this most important Hoard, I
,F-- Steel of West Palm Beach aunt parents Mr. and :Mrs Mollie I II.-ill.ill M MIL till
J 'I Mr. : 1 Don Newmanand l> utv' "i'l"',rkIHRM. dNtrlet.I .
F' l Ss and two, brothers Ellison and an'l11'9. Grlffla. l> best inerest of all the schools-not just one
a! Curl! McCormlrk of Jackson family In Stnrke' Satur : )
I 414It /C;/5
; ville. They enjoyed a basket day. and will never be dictated toby
1 I will stand for the rights of all the people
lunch at noon. Mr. and Mra. James Norman
: desire is to work to make our school-
1j or special group. My
:Mr. and Mrs. Warren Down- and children nf Jtrk.sonvillv anyone any
; Ing and children iJruce Cindy visited Mr. and :Mrs: J. 1 D.Oriflls I such //iii they should be. \
j and Kelly: were Sunday lun- and children Sund.iv j
a I boon guests of their. uncle, J. O. Dobbs visited his

and aunt, Mr. and :\11.... Mar- daughter and family, Mr. and SCOTTKELLY For Better Schools Vote For
.Khali Dobbs and family. Mrs. Amos Carlton in P.ilat- I
Little Misses Kathie: and ka.
Charlene Miner of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs Ruben Greenof
..t 1 spent the weekend visIt- Jacksonville visited :Mr.:. and OTHMA J. (Ossic) NORMANYOUR

ing their grandparents. Mr. Mra. Marshall! ,L)>obb.s. Mr. and
tf and Mrs Lonnle Roberts and Mrs Marji-JI-Dobhs. and other FORGOVERNOR
t Debbie and Mike Grifns.Mra. relatives here Sunday.
f : Ruth Hardy of Lake Mr. and Mrs.. J. D. Olffl;
City visited Mr. and :Mrs: [ hud, aa. luncheon, guests Sun I
sy Leonard Johnston and family I II day. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Grif 11'd, (i, Ada )
I Sunday afternoon. fis Sr., Mr. and :Mra. Calvin S I Airman Daniel L Crews of I GrlfttH Jr., :Mr anti MM. Alvin
Orlando visited his parents Grlffla and family Mrs\. Lon I
Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey Clews nle Crawford and family of
i /at State. Farm over the week- i I Marclcnny, and Mra Ke.ssioGrilfli. i.. -
t. I The orrttsion! was to
I end.Mr.: and Mrs... Gerald OHM3 I say guodby to Kesaie. who
had as visitors Sunday Pault! left for Military awvice in ELECT
WAYNE MIXSON I' and Mike Dobbs Paul mill' Virginia, Sunday.. '!'I
Frances Johnston, Linda' S'I3: :Mr. and, :Mr Marion Kills I
Alvarez and Billy :McCullough. of the State! Farm announce )I
SENATE DISTRICT <5 Krnest Addison and his aunt: the birth of a son) David Allison !'

Mrs.[ Cecil Wilson, were vlni- Kildny. April 22 in St.
Knows The People-- tora in Jacksonville Tuesday Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- I
lived, in 3 areas and Thursday afternoons. ville. Mrs: Kills is the former
of District 6 during the last 15 years (Tallahassee Gainesvilleand Dock Addison'! of Jacksonville I Miss LaPMith, Grlfn.s. daughter -
Jackson County.KnOWS
I spent the weekend with I of :\II', and, Mrs KlzleGrlfHs ;
his Mrs.: [ Addison und .
Problems-- family of State Farm. |I I111m.
Has traveled' regularly'
pon Ernettt.
through the district 'working with, people and problems 'with. the II Mary Molt had as Sunday
O. J. Blum of State Farm
Farm Bureau.Knows. guests her 'Isle.r, Mra." ,i Q 0
nnd Earl Dohbs attended the N. L. Vanes und niece :Atra.Linnle : .
Legislative Process-- I Little League practice In Lake Mooneyham and child-
Butler Thursday.Miss !. I ren of Lake Butler, and Mr.
worked with I legislature' many years on problems of agriculture Beth Dobbs,

and agribusiness. I led by her", sister, aecompa.n.j: : Fifth Generation

Has Desireto Clemons and f
Ability Integrity --
Mis. Roy demons of Hell- Southerner
serve the people by providing, good competent government fcronn Springs were shopping' I of sc .. r
Mixson' \ a successful farmer and cattleman.
Hs> 'wife, Is a school teacher In Gainesville Tuesd iyMr. | Farmer
: and Mrs: Kai: I Dublis) t

![[J Mil[ ] guests had ,as her Saturday sister, :Mrs.luncheon Charlie ,: >R thO Cattleman
X 2
MARK FOR SON nnd Thomas won of Hawthorne.and Mrs.\ Pat Holt *t. 4w, 5 Businessman

... Pot Adr. br C.mp.lt' Tnmm. Don Newman of Stakevisited
),[1'. und :Mrs.: [ Earl I ,
Dobbs and family Thursd.i;, New Car Dealer :

__-I DISTRICT Timber Grower

YOU'LL JUST LOVEportable Cecil A. Kennedy, a licensed commercial pilot, is centrally located to serve the !


Group; One entire 25th District. Cecil A. Kennedy will serve you full time. now! Remember -

.,Lr P.ci.Ions' of Ih* Florida Public he's only a few minutes away from !
T* s.rvlc* Commission affvct Flor .
Ida's utur -and your pocket
book. I''
Billy MAYO h.. participated In \,

.."""!""'"' ..,..,..... .... public S22OOOOOO utility r.t. reduction since Joining totaling
i the Public Service CommlMlOfu
'. .
-.1.- This saving to Florldlana repro.
't'senta' 40% of all rat* reduction
by the Commlulon during the
last 10 y..... I j
'I Keep Mayo workhtfj fan you tt


florHa'f Sirviu-Mindit lommluiaavriiil

Mini". etlvertiMtnrnl.' M'' tarty the
- ...' M>y* C.n,.,iH fund

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In kitchen or on patio .it's fun REPAIRS CECIL A. KENNEDY WILL: CECIL A. KENNEDY WILL

Earl's Garage! iB Donate hrs salary to charity. Select advisory committee for each of the 24

Broil,bake, fry, roast or stew there's no muss or Cuss with flamelesa ALL KINDS OF .. Regularly Tiiit each of the 24 counties to te. counties.

electric. Cooking on an electric range or with modern "plug-in-any- AUTO UKP.UB: WORK: personally to the need of the district. staffed office In
All Work Guaranteed Create full, time, completely
\v-here" appliances is modern, safe, and easy as switching on an electric Phone 889-29< i. Be constantly available to any individual, group Tallahassee to work actively with you on all problems

light. Faster cleaner cooler. Precision, automatic controls eliminate So. Walnut StarV-e -governmental or civic-who needs him. 365 days of the year.

guesswork help you prepare taste-tempting meals, quickly and .. Devote full time to being YOUR SENATOR Retain a full time administrative aid.

effortlessly. For one or for a crowd it's fun! AUTO SERVICE fROM THE 25TH DISTRICT __Irl Work unceasingly to return your state senator to the
Now cheaper, too. because 10 rate cuts in 10 years have reducedthe people by creating individual senatorial districts.

average price paid per residential: kilowatt-hour 31%. Gilbert S. Brown

See the big selection at your appliance dealer now. Standard, Oil Service" Station
THIT..1 & B. TT. RlfS:
Budget Terms Road tiervlc

I'hona 044-7071 .I
407 N. Temple StArke I


The Only Candidate Who W Centrally 25 .

Service Station Located To Sere The Entile District DISTRICTr.fa' };

Goodyear" TI."atteriN
301 and toe) -Starke



APRIL 28. I98
,_ "RA"'OW"' rnnvrr '"'t.lI'nf""".
srrtimF.: nnm P"te" ITt1TN' '
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i l Hind i for services and dinner' And Mr. and Mrs.\ Duford IIIR-I I sonvllle were Sunday,; I ruc.sls\ of for Odcssla's, wedchng.Su. guest of MIss Donna Faye I I Joanne were vlsltlmI ( MI'I'Rlndc'lI liri .son to ('mi.) Cl u, n ,; (.la
;1 1 Inc )pastor! and ''his V.Lie. !lev, nlraMiam\ and Hraiidclilldron.< ;, Mr. and Mrs. Kanvc+ Jones.Mr. ay dinner II.P.SH; In II Crawford. I I I parcius.( !! MI' and MrJ. < If flrdril, us your T, hurl. l lIto.inl
SCOTT HAXVILLE] and: Mrs. M. T. KIII: ht. were | Patty David niul W.iyne: Knpllih JI'.SM" : ;Mi;.'* 'r .11 ;ii ,1 rely prvcudof the lu ie nLtciil-1 weic Sunday dlntirr aucslsa < :M"'. ISud s sMO.SKIT hhlla l.tV VMIS ?Mi and MIR nod Aidrl of I3fi .ford bllllUilV IO help: C'IOIJI.ILM (i c'Ilm.ut10111' continue t..
U",, Mr.. ,\. ( I4lad. an( .' an: oppicclntc: the visits, Mr.: an.-. Mi's. J.mc.V.lLfl',; mid I K.I i ,i..m,, ; ti'idiiJacksonville. Carcnce Himan: and ion of St Lake and Mrs Robert Cox and Hi tel, 's TIM uirihdnv, work lor the betterment' of
I'liuiie, :2Hf Everyone Is cordially luvltP Rev. Bobby Kul;:!lit. pa.stor; of '' Nell >n and dun: mi"'' <'i. .V ; : lia.is) of IlamptnnMi : .-urpei Kiiests: of !Mi- and Mrs. stilted, i-olalh' ., In liiiiii, ,\\io, .\ : 6..6.:1. ...............a' (| l ID attend enoir practice' the Maxvlllo li.tpltst Chit. clit Junta 1 and Mr.s n.isc Pul.u>iK i-, : ihhn-l: : ( jnckcl i 1.I' llcllmlof ) Lvnn 11.111 on Saturduv Uf'i'"la.( !I.,..' 1 thw\ iki'i. -
i Kell \\J ,\ I. :/ion. Ili|>il.t ( luirrh 'I lic'cl every Tuesday t iili-.ht, : n 11 I will nn ovet'nlalt::, giiost S.itur-. I % i )In ..'u 1 I. uli.o". vi.i- Hiimplon EI'II1'ntary: ( 0' 01 ;r Uirt w.i.s: .ibln' to i I I L
} A !calr< i Loud was rrported the ,church clnrUirt at 7 p. m.M.iYvillr day of Mr. and Mr.s. Pave t.j! at the!<) I h'II1C'.1 M nil I IMl schnol\ Hllriulc'I 1 I the I-KA: in rom' honif" from I ho hnnpltnl i iin I Lecoy i ,, Keep HUNTLEY
: '
tI""ndt l II i homecoming: sorv- Hanlixt" ('II111'f I1 Cotcrrtiilf nod son.I I II II : Ivinil.Nil, I't.n, 'i.i 'r.jiii's-, I\.1llnl on April 'JI I I'L I unl/ <1 :'J2ud!:! I.-ike, Cll.v lor sp\Ptdl' days """n.hi; Ire ::11'.1| hllml/ ot Nt\ Stale Kc.ic.sentativ: |
'lioclcelt+ Ions: irvt.nl, InHI.i.t < I Sunday; dlnnni' ;:ut"l (or Mr :Mi' ., SlinnniNi' CVix ot li..l" week York 'r Ii.y h ul 'I!1' !h n i I 11-.| f'Di Adr i
l inSiiniiiiv ut Ml. :2iou: 1\" Ms: I'.i .i 1 .1 I i'' I
ua.j- II I 11:1:
I i-! ( :lunch. Dinnarviih& -.ervtl J I''I week ot the ;M I ixvUlB.,, l>- and Mri. Jihn! North: nivl (Oinii'T; 1'iirk,, 1I.I I. K1 \"< I ;" II I Mr" .11111\1.I : .1, I.. SI.k.tlll!< 1 PI..I... ''iuim' i ,i "n .i trikin) /
FOR f fi-t! '
Chm'rh1l:1: I Mo Ttrv. Par i family wrrc ;Mr.: nn I Mrs/
.11 DIP u.ounris. ut 1 p. nth 1111,1 Via LHW.SOII coiwUii'lIn; SPIV- lt1RI'I' North gal Inu.lly olJacksonville. : ---- ------.---- --- I..........._... -- T __ -- M ..", fr':! __
In;iiiu; :olo\vc! l. Vlslt-oi-- Iron
I ,
closer! Saturrlav nlehtwl'.ti I' .
Governor uirounUlivi+ ,chuu'h. s v\cic\ I in I a social following the relval It 1" ,' Bobhv ICniqht. I-ooii I FOR AN EFFECTIVE VOICE IN WASHINGTON

> Refreshments or clk: C. HnirU. Burtrly: flradsliAw' unl
coffee awl tuncji: weic' Mivcd.t 1. Dave Cover .Tie vNilnd nib i.
MIK Branch Bi.: >tl.sl I ( Cn' tCI' !In st. Vincent's' llos-
Representative: Church is holdliu& n revlvn' pltal Sunday nft ernool1.
i iM.' Pot \.u i
i I'd 1 Cal A.dv.i :Monday! through Saturday:) Mr. nnd Mrs.: J. Marlln Coc-!
night of this wee! with KcvCJonnle ', 1 j I man and dauihter Sharon.mrl I Re-Elect I T

Johnson conducting: Lnrry Axtell visited Sunis -
services. Special: bin;11111 I I day In St. Augtuthte.i .
: held nightly. Everyone In. Invited -i i Mr. Dorothy Miller left I _

Way Down Upon The :, to' attend.CrawfordThomas. I Wr.lno dav for: Brlil-jeport. Va. J 'r
to sppn-1 some Ill'll''If\/' h her | DON \
;Ifs Evelyn Mao Cirnvfurrlf \ ( I Inn) :and: .11)11'htrr-in-Inw. Mr. '; J
rf f Baldwin and HenryV.r. ,, and( Mrs mnnlc Milln. I,
Suwanee River. I T Jt
u: In maiTlnpe S.iturdiv.Ap.il 1L1L11LLLLaaLLLLLLALdL _
It;. The ('''I'1'010I1Y'A
I i-erformed by Jndae II. !f-Voit HAMPTON' \
.Inhll "11 nt: 1ln: Folkston.Ia, FUQUA
oiirt,i house.Tli .
I brHe! Is the dnu-.lifer' n. lly :Mr. :Miry "'11I11"". I -_

Vti-i t, I"I1"J' l Crnnf'ircl" .of. HH! '.- .............rrrnrrrtr _
*V "In mid' lather' of the awm 1)y
!' lb.
s Tamer Thorrni of Hnxvlllp.' : I i RRII \I. sinnvijuMlrs I, YOUR CONGRESSMANA

politics have gotten mighty 1111''',. Thonns imuliiale'Jvoni I CJ.irlnoll! Cooper was
t *, Rnlrluln 1 Hlsh Hrfooil' HIM' i I honorp/l with n llnpii showpr I I
muddy and representationcould ,i pivplnyrt vlih t HIP I'I'l1r1cn.'t'll '11 Tup-Vnv./ April I! I 1'1., nt til- record( of rJeriirntod service proves that Don Fuqua gets things done. _
'' (' Insurance: Company' 1 In I'' ntv Hall riiirni; ; in .1 I Mr, i, Continue get FAR from all the I 'irkson'.lllo! Cooper wr,'" J11'1'-.e"'l'rI' wli'i I II honestly, sincerely, and fairly represent you in tho Congress of the
/ I !\II'. T.iom.Ti: cri'limlM' : fromRV I | "-uiii 'ra:; nf u>r| ro-os) The United States.

folks at home. '<'lwlu\ HK! :> HrVi.il Anti I l.s, l.iblrs! HPIP deco'iilrd! w IF't' ; .'
"''csrnlly: In tiiiiilivi al I li Hi": 'I'; clot hc an 1 while' phlxi'iutipls -

Na!loU.I! (Ilia I 'I at Ton Ciortlan. | A In' 'rye; "pink inrl I FROM ONE END OF THE DISTRICT TO THE OTHER
(la. Mrs, Thoind) : trtii flan "!- dimmed umbrella .
'I I
HELP CLEAR UP make! her liomp In n.,'.".'i"i! tprcd I the -jlfls.: Pliers for SIWI-1!
'\ ith her. mother tirtll Mr.Thnins annii-s. acre ulvpn to Mrs. IT'S ALL THE WAY WITH FUQUA
-! has coinnlrtr.1" I hl.s"ruinlivr. : F. inn. Mrs ri.irpivn Cnn <-r "
'I I| and Mrs.: W.wnHlnon SECOND CONORBSStONAt DI1TWCT W FtflRfDA"Despite
THE STATE SENATEDISTRICTING Sri'. ml! ehllrbr'n' puloycd': n I ': ri'iwpiliiiiiniprl' 1'iikps nnrtI I II

('''i r rtnvVPrkpiicl 'thl'i''' ".1' I t'C'I'k 1'' pniidivpcp srrvpd. "In. the ir!>
w ''iPii phis'.ps writ (tone' d:!|I prPhPnl! Hovlpusps for! llv (1"I I eNtr-
'i rhl'tlrni only.; Traehp s e-iMon+ were. :M'-.H' Moyil( Kmlth. I
-ItlKT. :. a"1'11r1"d| n mpclliiK 1 : l Trs.> Cliirp|, Hirks nivl Mill I II
( I In :Ml hi'r'.iurK-tn.v' ; An I I IF'IIV I K.;: 1 B.3.l Witt-r! O". .u. nwr. taiga
that leave without | | or ,rcmoliiM B' e a may you 'r I lenchors, pl.iivlm I : rltiv.M | Vnrrlo! Suite- IrftVplnps- ,, tt rW c.wA has ever had We have been particularly pleased with the perception
representation : Homrr "ThinriH" An rT I I rfjiv!; bv phn" Per 'Htiii'livlnn' I "'"" "+ ten he has of our farm problems, for agriculture is still the basic

,ilil1 "rut. rat'"|l'"'. Pti- VHP., pilpn'r, i : | | (In'n |hi,1| [," i I", .w Industry of this new district. Don Fuqua has done an outstanding
:rt.i'rlv. aii'l" I KTI'V! l PI-HI" guru I | 01 'I'] lo flrl-p, her hick, :M job and! the people he has served know it."

MondRv lo TniiMliv' of .Ire I F-l'Ipr Iriv -i" Oak
} RE-ELECT ,, Tk In Hoiinolfp., Ala writhet I //110"",- IP'1"' -' Ill: )her' innilipri ,, .U Suwannee Democrat Lryc

mtither. MrsV\ It nn-p i I Mrs K 1{. 1 'nd|-'ln ifMltinlIs
":..111'! Mr' ThnmT ,," 'nl on t ITuixica. MI" C i' ". The measure of a man, and particularly, ?In this race, Is what
has he done. This cannot be measured in of service in Congress
'j''I! : I I : :: Tcnu. 11A:\ bust' 1C'o?; R'vlnlc' Mr, nnd Ml"
r'i % J. EMORYRED I ", rIp.I j, C iCox Jr. nrp In ,\Jlninl. on I I accomplishment Is the answer. Don Fuqua has, in his terms
: -- -- in Congress and earlier in the Florida Legislature, shown his great
'11v .1 'lin N''"tth mil 'iranl-: bllRIlICII.q
tho fact that Don Fuqua is only 32 old. he has bchlntj
years concern for his people and their !problems, by voting times on
( ) 'n Clr.y COV"I'.II"1" '" le F I Iiiv I- Mr. mid D1rrlt'dht. WPP-'. I him an Impressive record of public soivico. But most i important, ho __ many
ilinner : the losing side but for what he thought and knew to be in the best
: .
guest ol OHarrlB.
; Mrs ;- nd 1 son of Mlnml "
[U'! ''lcrIMI'Ii. T. 1n.owli.ii'conip.iii-" "Innunn I hen potential for even cr tcr service/ in the future interest of his district. ."

A- nry; Slurlp! \l i' CROSSSTATE ji T.m;-Inn wlfi l\Tr.\ : ',V1: f Ih" IVIM, t trek vllh'tent." .
,, tI ,' ;. 'Ir .'''nd! fI'N. J.1SMr. 'Villlr.i > ;II''..... 3r"ilfh-opp' of pj, n' I ir Fuqua; Is young, vigorous:r :and has, the chances arc: many", In our opinion length, of sojoi/rn/ ;Js: not necessarily a prerequIsite
IlII1": 'Va. Is vlsiilm her brot'ier! years of service ahead of him, Hicse: arc considerations of IIlIPO''Lance, for re-election./ It has been our privilege to work closely over the
MJ' ncht'! : l\'OImrllo nnol 1 and 'b'.nn.liI11'| ; anti i "Even more important<<;> wo sincerely believe Fuqua is a man of past years with Congressman Don Fuqua on matters of both national
... of iriuht'iii'1 -rnt d"vp'al 1 l I: Mrs.!! K. B Walterson; | honor, and that he is concerned Jbout: the future of his! country ." international and local importance He has done terrifically
I ''v- I h"-f t Tv'k here \\'!Ihot; HDiDiji" Mr. Awl :M Olen :
s Mi-IntONh II | County F Record Clountstown fine job for our area, knows the problems, and has certainly earned
: Wj'ers.Wreknd f"'"nt I lu.I'I. I p-k In Cellar '
Key ,
the right to be returned as our representative .
SENATORS /suesls .if HI's.o'1 with Mr. nnl: Mis. W. A '
T ColPtiidii: ; and Mill vp'e ;Mr C.11 .tX-j'iI I II ". No'man could have worked more diligently nor more willingly Havana Herald

Seat 5 IH :Mrv. Jiiines C )'lpl1\11n an.I I"ninllv MI-H Selma Itoberls of JikI for thoso projects which directly affected our people. But more .
"I, /: of I'(""" nn. Mr anlMis I |I I lonvllle 'cj"Ml| MoiTlav vllhj 1! important, wo have watched his record as he has consistently voted "There are times when 'decisions are clear-cut In campaigns. There
,) R.iv I'Plluni and !fumllvH / '' her/ con. In :Mn:, M L WattPrson. '' his convictions on the perplexing issues facing our nation and the are times when issues are drawn to a fine line in the battle for votes.
f" 14 YEARS IN THE LEGISLATURE Mr anJ Mrs. n F ColP- world today its/ our sincere belief that Don Fuqua: is the best In our opinion the decisions and the issues in the Congressionalqualified <<;>
man and dllu,htcl., liltIf f ',, If rlrft'Ml "IIH yon( Si hotilKnurrl man to serve the! new Second Congressional District? in race are clear-cut and finely drawn.; The man best qualified for the

The' candidate for District 5 who voted ,1 T u-l-.sjnvtlle memlirr.' !Sn-lx-r l U. the Congress ." Second Congressional District seat is Congressman Don Fuqua ."
only -
Do.j C'artiT Is ponfliiPd! to< St.
fi'indin.in; will pnntlnup lo
Gadsden County Times Quincy
f AGAINST the impossibly large 24-county Vincent's Hospital In J.ick'Min-' .. I work for (In- h.llernlrnl! of Williston News

p'I district" 1'11'> I icroveiliiii: frri'ii Inine'rrrelrrd ( Y ll mpti>n arboulv.II'd' 1 1 i|, I'ol. -

: In an Itcr.1d1'1ILhllc ,Adv." I I| Our nation ; foumled' on the principle that the will of'the people shall determine how WB art govtrnad. We have not only the privilege, but
"'I 1 '\' I'I? GET YOUR OWN FIPII", of Ot'lI'Ito"I"y: I and Mr.rlau-lilpi--;nn') Mr; Klnvfl\1.lll'd| |(| (|Spillli Mr" It i iMivwnid the responsibility- to rote in my auction.; B a sure ta vota TLI"! )', -

,i- !ill IIP ;lad l III know he waili'p t l M'i'.hpr" In Pl.tnl'

SENATE DISTRICT hi 1'1'1111'1lit hK liniri" (.Ily ond. Mr" ami' 1 MMp 11''lrl'' I It I II
'nvti, tt f I.ukr's Hospital\ In t I p Lynn In T inm| rin S'111I11.IV I
.4 ". 'fllpIC', Illfl'l"M '' Mr, noVlmnm. :I"" PHI, I -- -
i : and Mrs" Lyle K; -hole' I s-pvpnl: d.iyDili,; n-w-k with' I CONTINUE EFFECTIVE REPRESENTATION H;; VOTE FOR
nn-l, 1 fl'ur-hfPM "I I J i'kinnHie. r her pnrrnlIn' "Mirllii 1

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10 Years Service in Florida! l-gnlati, ; \I 1.11"I'C: : ,..4.eIin, .. ) A* Idodrnlbmly, | .| VIe.prn. fnterert: the I'nlteil, Htnte. Vint nmneit pnrmitnent! rhnlr- Bocnoie very arll\e I In FAMILT PICTURE
.'onn"I.,/ lilint. %% 1..ltf..nl of the church, and ( It lit IIrrlllr..
f linim.v Tiillnhintec. ai Air Force Servcil! with the man for Alumni Activities of The Joanna family .raDl...
Voted Most Outstanding Member, Flor l I. now' prooiili-nl ul the frtvhmiinl.i Ntitilrnt" Senitln and brad. and Some or Iii, actlvltlr. lie*
Kenearch llrvelopmcnl -
; born and
<- '. nt I'lnrlila' Rime lnl\cr- itl the 'leitUliitiv'' Urnnchtil + 1.111 Yale lw School UrailiMtlngClan Inic "InvreiuliT Hint vextry- raited In Tallahaawia -
ida House 1 1963 .. !!Iliul..n l (ffo C'onininnil.: Hi com- ; hi* wife, the formafHetty
I I illv. 11 p"lli-l Ml: \ vi tf In TIII'a. 'eriiiiifiil. Hennicl" *. November 5th of the man at Kplwropal Church
ihi.v'x, clrrllim In Uflonl' ('hllrlp, n 0".11111 Trip to |plated hi* active duly tour, of the Holy Cainfurter.Mawna Lou Whittle of GaditetaCounty
Voted Most Effective Legisla'or MUon. Tnml'n.h... received2nft the rnlvernllv of Plorlilnto ', In IBM with the rank nl Lime yrar he h.rame a member Shrine, ..laycnen.Toailmanteri : Jnnnle and Julia.
y v le.. study their Klorldfnloa .. ".T.". and
'. "nl. Now, .wrvelre of the tlorld Bur..
Elected Speaker of House lit "" ago 7': and Jamie, I.
.Iimnn.*. Tnllnhmiwe.) wun nev unit get ht.ea l | rnr II. Florlilii and Amerlvaa Bar age
Chairman Higher, Edu.-at.on. P ., ontvtanillng honor a s I Student fulun; at t'SU.: .. .orv cuptuin.<<: 1 .a..ocIaUua.:
Served as rL year .n. a nenlor at Leon lllKllOrlmol.
Appropriations and Powerful Rules Ito wn. elected! ht his
Committee ctnamntea' a. the "bfit all'
nrn'iiul hn,," of the dun. llarlrffrlerl
nit other canilldnte! In.
IN SENATE DISTRICT 8 I III,,. .nire.. for rill) frevlimen ciaarpreatdrnt


Experience. STATE. SENATOR, VIST. 25


-A, Pausal' AJverlls.mmt' f jij tor b> Cimpiljn. T.ufI''t
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weekend Brown. Lake Church. enjoy. from date of award, of bid. undersigned under the pro.
IttytrnVntw/w/mgm Jim RlfTdon. "Come, let us and family had us Everyone
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mr and Mrs. Rene Garcia ed hearing him. Further Information may bobtalBcd of Chapter 80,953 Law
worship together. ruents at 111* office of the Florida. Acts' of 1 IOU! will
Lake Bculah' Baptist Church: night and son Mike of Moiltloello. \ and :lira Vh Inn Moigan bail Mr. and Mm.' E. M. Norton Supvrlntendpnt of Public Instruction ... with the Clerk of the
Kingsley Sunday< School 10 a. m.; ii8 K'i luatJ 'l'IIt.Ja.v.11'.1.!" : Juc- and children were Friday. supper of Bradford County. ,,, Court, In and for Brad
11 Phil Elder who, has been j M.itJK iiu'orao and baby of guests of Mrs. Trudy Norton The Board' of Public I nut rut- County, Florida, uu..n, re
Morning Worship. a. m.;
lion reserves the right to ac of proof uf publication\ ul
Mrs E. M. No>_ Training Union. 6:30: p. m.; attending school at St. Joliu'j j I'ark City. 111. of Jacksonville. ocpt or reject any ur all bid. notice the flrlltloin name SCOTT
: Phone SS-2081 Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Jr. College: in Pallt tkl1. hurl< | Mr. und Mrs. X Edward:: \\'nlnwriKlit We were sad to hear of the Thomas I*. Caney. Jr Central rJrnploymwnt: Her\-
Midweek Prayer Service' Wednesday left to rejoin; his family inGuantartnmo attended a college dip death of a neighbor. Thomaa Superintendent ., under which I am unsaved!
... 31 4/25 business at 419 Center Street
. & && Cuba I at : Heis'.itsi!! Starling last Wednesday. His 4/14 .
7:30: p.m. Pastor Rev.R. nor party Keystone: rk., Flor'da. KELLY
Clil'KCH SCIIEIULK.SKlngslsey L,. Taggart "EveryoneI Mr. and Mrs R.:: :M.: Norton Saturday evelI: 1g. nerernernl appreciate t every IM ('or lox J% .)GPo'" rnvMT.IM :\1,.. Clarenr e4tarkendForWap
Lnke Baptist I Welcome." family v rsa :: i A birthday! dinner; was given o her In pray A.M) HRIFOKU. tOI'N-:; ., mreet. ,
TV. I"I.ORIII.In owner.Dated
Chjirch: Sunday 9:43: : a.m.; [ PERSONALS! Mrs. S, f. Johnson and three MS er.Mr. re. Estate ot C. A. OrlfflH.ticea0Pd. thin Nth day of larch FORGOVERNOR
:Morning: Worship! 11 a. m.; Mr. and Mrs. Rene Garcia cons of Keystone Helgnts San- ] and Mrs. George Brown' for and Mrs. M. C. Duggarof U. unn at Starke. Bradford

Training Union 6:45: p. m.; I and Mrs. Vlvjan. ;Morgan and day afternoon. I IMrs. j their son. Rex John Adams Jacksonville were guests of NOTICE TO CREDITORS unty. Florida, :8
4/7 4 t.
Evening: Worship, 8 p.m.11; :: <1. on had as guests last wecjc, Vn.-ulerfourgh: of Macclenny !' visited /with Rex Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd. Macy and e.; All A. Urirrin creditor, deceased. of. the are estate hrr of.- I

week! Prayer Service, Wednes- Comm. Deon Cole Capt. Ercel visited Mr. and Mrs. I family Sunday afternoon. Uy notified and ra.iulrod to file (Pd. l-ol. AdvJ)

day., 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice. Cole (ret.) and Mrs. E. Ham Edward Walnwrlght nncl I :Miss", Susan Judd of .Stark any claims or demand which I

8SO; ) p.m Supply pastor Rev mond of Raeford, N. C. daughters Wednesday night. was. Saturday dinner guaJt 01>l late they In may the have office. avuinet. of the auld.,"ullnlYJud.e *a- Keep HUNTLEY j

,, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Agimrj Rex Brown of Mi.inii +anilMrs. l I Rex Brown /and l family THE RIGHT POINT for the of Bradford County, Florida State RepresentativePd.
Mr. /and ;MI-B. GI lady Bishop within nix I calendar. months '
Ann Teulcr ( Pol. Adv.
and attended the Margarctte !
son Mickey
Keep HUNTLEY'State j visited< Mr.; lll:11.1'! : Ullly way you write. Come la and I rum the. data. of the firm 'publication I
\ funeral of Mrs. Agner'H broth. and daug. ter 01 Muni, inn of this nonce" Kurh. j'h.
and children), of HcJmoi'O
Representative I er D. S. Christmas) In Way I spent the weekend n.i guest.) ,, Meek !select :your favorite K9TKK-: claim or demand. filial be In
uftonioon. and must stale the I
Sunday writing
'Pd. Pol Adv ) cross, Oa. last Saturday. I
of Mr. nnd MI-H. George W. I :Mrs. J. :M. Bradley t is spending BROOK fountain pea. TELE!: place or reHldvnctt. .. and poet office -
,I Mr. and Mrs. John Fuquay' .address. of the "ulal.iiant( Ind
this week in Jacksonville I
Kite claimant -
GRAPH. muat be sworn to by
iu4. guiMt of Jimmy Bradley his agent. or his attorney. JULIAN WARRENSolicits
und three rt.'iushtPiH.. or It will become void accord-I

Vote For The Candidate With A PLATFORM! Mrs. Victor Applcby of ing to law I I
INVITAT'O.V: : TO Hll/> BY TUB/ : Acerb 6th 1098.
Jacksonville Bench andr.! 1KOKI l-OI'NTY/ tlUAIU. khans: OrlfflH Bores, The Of Your
und Mm. Marvin: Warren and OF PUBLIC JN8TKITTKJN: I :; I Rxertitrlx of the Eel.le t of C. A Support

daughter Lynne of Jacksonville .- (Comuv-taivii: : Urlffla, due.
.. noa1 il bid. will 'rllol.oPIERf'E.
Jttlmes C Willinsoim : were weekend! guests of h rerelvuu !h)' the Brad, T.wd" 20:1-5: North Temple' Aye.Starke .

Mr., and :Mrs.: J. L. Liradley ounty Hlructlon' linen Board 8:01. : or oolk Public, A. In-M. ,"'I... 4/7 4t t28'liOTll'F. Duval County Relatives and Friends

und family. May .1, 19etl, "I, the orft.) of the
Rl'QuIRf'v! of Starkobrought ut 'the S'lrtArliiKmiliTii l ut !Public!
r M the), less'Lge to us I (:'...II..II.n. Umdfurd ('au n ty Of l\TKTi, ,i\, TONa:41e'1'ele MAY 3RDCOUNTYWIDE
''U''lhBUH'' .
: Sn ..da.mor. i 8 In Klngaley"It : I -tale' and removal Xturlcn.or FI. ? tin the : r'irTITIOl.1II'. -
FLORIDA HOUSE use true :Notice la hereby given. that
I I if' UK- law| ,..i and alt uaed( m. VOTE
t w. t I '" >nent Wuptiinuinn. Hrrwt on '
Mi* oiithWKM. "corner of Slarke
'' Kl.-rn.-rit.ury; Xrtiool. ground_ Keep HUNTLEY
OF REPRESENTATIVESBradford at.le The mn-ceaurm hlridrr inert' I.. State Representative (Pd. Pol. Adv..
141 move the acid' < "
within forty-rive ((13' day| ( Pd. Pol. Adv.. j

Clay I t I I

l 7: and Union Counties SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT



j 3, 1966



YOUNGAGGRESSIVE: Precinct No. -. _

COLLEGE GRADUATE To vote for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the squareat

the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.

Ten Years Successful Business; Experience CONGRESSIONAL LEGISLATIVE COUNTY

has. been my duty as Comptroller I>> Representative in Congress State Senator
to serve as the 'Watchdog
PLATFORM- of the State Treasury." As Comptroller i Second Congressional District Fifth Senatorial District County Commissioner
of Florida, I pledge to

1. Fair Representation For All. 5. Adequate and Safe Roads. continue Keeping performing our state this financially duty of ( Vote for one) (Vote for one) District Two

2. Quality Education. .6. Improved Care for Senior Citl3. sound and! our economy healthy.0: -- "

Home Rule. zens. J DON I I I I (Vote for one)
4. Attraction: and Development 7. Fair Taxation I

of Industry. Comptroller of&Florida I I I I JA\IES: M. "BUCK" NORMAN I I

Win With Wilkinson On May 3rdPd. THE RIGHT MAN I I GEORGE W. ROBERTS JR. I I.
( Pol. Adv.) CHARLEY E. JOHNS I Ii

Paid for.by the DFcMnion' far Comptroller: i 1
of Florida; Campaign Fund. Governor
State t Senator t
(County Commissioner
(Vote for one) Sixth Senatorial District

I . District I Four

it could all go up !in smoke. In a forest! fire, everybody loses-the farmer the industrial worker II HAYDO'oJ': BURNS' I I (Vote for one) (Vote for one)

the sportsman, whoever benefits from the products of trees (and that means all of us). A fire means j J I
higher costs too, for the thousands of everyday items whose basic materials come from trees.. SAM FOOR I I EDDIE ALLEN I I II
That's why we maintain special equipment: and crews and work in close partnership with the State I I ED. L. BUSH I I I I

and Federal Forest agencies m preventing and fighting fires-the greatest enemy of. the Southern ROBERT KING HIGH IFI'OTT I JESSIE R. CHASTAINI


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.: ;;jfB JOHN DUE
.' ,. .->,hi(1.//--Ki/'; *< |;: Scul4r'flr'lf } .:\ ,' Attorney General I I

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.. :. ; : ." "': / (Vote for one) "PETE" GIBSON IT I I II
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." Vi-: \<' ; ; ; .v: -V--. w t: BARNEY F. COBB I WAYNE MIXSON I I District One '

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.'. i1I.' ,,, State Senator

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.., ':..t; .. .).. RONALD 1JKUGII I I
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'. f' !!. : : i 14 ;. FRANK J. ALDERMAN I
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( aFrt. j"fcft W\ !% V V *yw. # ;T... >. ,1' ..,"" WALTER FRANZEL District Five
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: : : \ CLAUDE M. "RgD" FRANKS
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,, ) ." LARRY
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: NL : : : GEORGE LEWiS i i I I
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w \ > ''' JOE BOYD
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r- + Women Golfers OES Honors Past by the hostesses Katharine
I McGlave, Velma Meruen. Elva

KEYSTONE Hold Successful r' Grand Officers the Scutt.! Nicholson.Ruby Osteen and Edy-

: TournamentThe At the regular meeting on The next meeting will be! on
I Apiil. 19. the Keystone Heights May 3rd
,Mrs HIGHLIGHTSBy Keystone Heights I Cnuptei of the Order of .the
( Women's:: Invitational oltouinament I E"t"lll star honored Veinu'' .
championship was I Fust (]rand :Mi'ion: \ and !' NEWS NOTES
Emily Thomas taken by lrs. Erne&t Robuclt: Vliic'cnt:, Biice Pit, Gi.iud''

of Leegburg.! who shot an 80an Pit,t ''in of) the arntvl Cm: ,>ter Ily llflrn MR: MI
Phones the final day for a 3G-h3le) I of Floi Ida. and: Dr E W Dai: .
Ii total of 1G5 and a tie! with I il I I. Pi-t! ninnd PTfrn" of the IIOMF..MAKEKS: CM; )H
47.3-4666 Nile
,,, Day Mrs. Doris Bleakley of Pa'at-: Grand Chnpter of Geo aka Mrs: Margaret Nelson, Clay
-- -- -- I ka. A sui. Jen death rlayoff de- County extension agent gave!
At the Hose of the, mretinu
deepest appreciation to the church year. I tcrmlned the winner on the rV a visual demonstration of ellII : -
former Highlights scribe Mary Mrs Lena Clemens attendedthe second hole. / + group of the ofttccis Pl'CC'ol1l1nuud( on next pi-e. : >

Ccuaeter lor plnch-hltlng for wedding of her niece. <':e- The tourney which began F! at sented a unique and amusing: _

us last week. Contiv.ry to her II celia Ann Nelson, to Lewis De- with a Pro-Lady event, saw courtesy and a /Rift to each of Keep HUNTLEYthe

belief, she in: nat; tae. least Laura held at th a Church of Mrs. Rachel, Emmel, of Gainesville honored guests ftefiv-h- State Representative
rusty and! did a commendableJOB :! 'I tae Assumption in Jacksonville : third In the rhamplin- '
iru nts were served paiucul.uly: in view of the I Saturday morning. The :ship; flight with 167. after
24 hours notice she received couple receiver: degrees from cards were matched with Mr'
HERE 'N THERE I Flo.Ida State University at Betty Daniel of Jaccs: :>nvlllt!.

Dr. and Mrs. A, C Holt have commencement exercises held who posted: : a like III are. r t .
been atie.ulinK the cuneence! : I last Thursday! his being with In the "B" chanipionshl: .' ;n l

of the Presbyterian: Chu:ch, high honors. The bride is the group, Mrs. Al Harvey, of Lake
held in Montreal N. C. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. City, shot the lowest score! o'i
past week. Dr Holt was lepla John Nelson. On Monday: Mrs i the tourney on Wednesday a
(ed! in the pulpit of the demons 'accompanied: by Mrs,, j 76, which:: earned her first swtI ; ,I
Community Church by lay I Emory Cooper and! Mrs. Clyde I with a 166 total. In !scon1
leaders of the <'lurch' in a A hton. traveled to St. Augustine : place was Mrs. Lucy Powell of
special: service that is expectedto for the diocesan convention Jacksonville with 178: an' I II
become a regular: event of : of the National Council i third was Mrs. Ruth Lee, of t
1 i i of Catholic Women held at Palatka. with 180. I II

Keep HUNTLEY .I the Ponce de Lean Hotel | First flight winner was Mrs II I I
'.Stale Representative'Pd. through' Wednesday evening. I I Art Ketch, of Keystone with Seniors; I In Paradise ,
On Thursday Mrs. C:>me is !177: Mrs. Wendell Ciiudy.of GOP CandidateFor -
{ I Pol. Adv.) attended a meeting of the ex- I Gainesville, took second fl'h' i PERCE ;
Senior C IIIMH, indents, ,, from I
GovernorTo Kc.vMnni' Height* high II
| honors with a 198: and Mrs. ]
I B. Chevsington top in the Speak Here SrlKHil,' relax In the ...1II1..hh.HI. Paniillsittvat, .li during PIP l II I

I third flight with 219. their recent cigar trip.. to NIIHHIIII.' Left to right urn

W. E. CHERRY. I 1 PRO-I.AI1V Claude Kirk Republican (front row) C'lirol "'lIrr'n, 1.ln.nthuny..... I'ut Ciirn-.. | I

A four-way tie for firs! candidate for governor, of let, Drlur"11"rrl.: ...,*. Norma Vnllilejiill, mid PuttyShimghneHsj I.-
place was the result of the
Florida has accepted: an invitation : (buck raw): IComilit 1I"m..r.Ir.. ; ... Virginia
A MAN OF EXPERIENCEA opening event prepcling invitational the to speak brtoie the .litriliiii. far utly member' : T'rntn' WnilnniH, lliilwrthlte' Ily Srottle. Thomas. i
4th annual women's -
MAN OF DEDICATION Jacksonville :NAS- pro Republican Club ct: Clay ONHMinit |)rlneliil.|). ; and Dim Nurrls.. They' cruised to The Flo:Ida Education Association
County at next meeting, according -
Jo? MacDonald. led two teams NIINNUII' aIs aril, the S. S. Itiilunn.i slur. Convention was held
which netted an 11-under par to program chairman in Miami Beach on April 21, To My Friends and
Arthur Neal. Jr.
,.\ k" your vote. unit support for founty Cuinmlsitluner.UMrlet 59 and Included Helen Soglo-: 22. and 23rd. Teachers, from
The breakfast meeting ha .Johns River, Junior Coil! ,ue speedy! recovery and return
\, :%. Ouy C'oiinty. vltch. Nlckie Hall and Mary I J Ceystone: School ultendliviI \
been rescheduled fo/ May 14 UNDER. TI"'J''I'IEIt: {: < 1 I home Citizens of Clay CountyI
:Miller in one, and Jane Wat- I Continued On Nevt Paget J
A native and Ilfe-long, resident of Clay County I would and will be held In Keystone Mrs. Herbal Ntlo"1: li-s Mrs Lena Clemens is prrs-
bring to Hilt. position many years. of valuable experience. son. Fran Barnhlll and Dlani: Heights at the Holiday Restaurant entered; Alachuu Qonei! Hos- entry! hospitalized In Starke I

.1 hire Kerted on the Hoard of County Commissioner.* and Lemee in the other Others at 9 a. m. pltal In Oaiiii". vi'if,',, The i recnverin't from an operation Keep HUNTLEY I \\' like to announce that I am candidate
on the hoard of Public. Instruction..If who shared the awards were This will be the first public good wishes and prayer: of pufoimed Tuesday She will
the Lake City team of Al Har- Slate Representative! for ((aunty Commission) :; \ for District: 2.
elected I hull .strive ut all time. to penklnur engagement for Kirk iJl Keystone 1(0 will'I I l.ei. for' {Continued On Next Palle 1
bring cooperation '
Joan Harvey. J anRountree < I'll 1'01.) Adv)
f V between all County OfHcluN, e"J>f''lally. ConruiU ..ionrr.. andSehool vey pro Bishop in the Keystone area on behalfof I was burn( and mired: in Clay County, attending
n..ortl.mbe.; ..... I feel thU will briny about efHetlentl and the Brunswick.and;! Ga. team his candidacy for p-oveinor \ Clay County School( ( married a Florida girl

)', and yet economically, the operation of your two' of Hugh Moore, pro: ; Vivian and an open invitation has I Elect Your Present Constable Emma Smith in 193! : 1)). I have been a taxpayer
f tan Hpeiullitg" liuilleH.. Ivery Alice IJssner and Joan been extended to ell persons'''' since reaching: the age of 18.
4. interested\: in healing his'
Lauibi Ight.
THANKIMJ: YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR speech. This man I urn a member of the :Methodist Church of

VOTE AND SUPPORT.W. District No. I 1-1.\ COUNTY (Orange Park. A member of the Agricultural Sta-
ecutive board of NCCW, of can help ili/ation l and Conservation Service, Chairman of
] E. CHERRY which she H a member. Quests were Mr. and Mrs KINGsLKY' I..VKF:-KKVSIOM-: IIKIOIITS: ( -ItRLMOKK: ) Hoard of U. S. Dept of Agriculture under Civil

A cookout last weekend Gardners way I George Schaeffer and theirMal'tha -,.\\11 1111"h' when. needed.. ... Trained! In Flr..tId .cud Rescue. I Defense>f Cattlemans Association, Past Master of
the QuIncy .uUKhter, Jane.
held by :
("01. Adv. Paid for by W. E. Cherry) home. | \\'iirk.IVrmuial. you Csibul Lodge No. 110. Past Patron of Order of
at their Mr. and !Mrs. Ray Starnes
Eastern: Star No. 45 York Kite Bodies and :Moroc-
returned from Itrip l nail. ina'rked I ,
I Fiiduy our equipped| |'| lit iiwn! e\ieiise.| tot complete protection, you
downstate where they combined need insurance that l la adaptable oco Temple.
-Iles! prmen ability to give fulr mill eiiial| law enforceinent ..
business the :
tr with pleusuic ) to changing protection
Elect of visiting In Fort Laude dah and MM"Ire til I the pnl>lle. need.. That' what you GetIn I wait employed for six: years by the Florida

with his brother. I YOI'K 'ONstt.IC.'J'lONUII".J:) ; : every Gulf Life policy with State Racing Commission: as Chief Inspector. Af-
r woo recently ( ) HK:: AITKI-'C'IATKI
R. T. Adapt-A-Plan. For example, ,
suffered a heart attack. Th be ter \\ol'kinwith/ the Florida' Highway Patrol for
Starnes previously had just ''TM. Pol Adv I adapted a mortgage to provide policy retirement can two years: I resigned! to go into business: for my-i

"Dick"For i LOVORN% returned from a trip} to Virginia Income. Ark thu friendly Gulf self being engaged in farming cattle and timber-
about Itl I It
for the funeral of his JIIMIII Life Representative land. At the present, I am a pulpwood broker
( lather.Tommy. .
Bird son of th If elected I will not be dictated by any person or

7 John BiicU. began the third special interest groups and will always! vote on!

Clay County School Board trimester at St. Johns River I SCOTTKELLY : t'J: every issue: on the basis of what I think is right.
Junior College this week having 'J
DISTRICT NO. 3 eamea; a place on tindean's 'Ji I am grateful for the many old friends along
list the post term, to with the new ones and ask: the support of every

hIs rarents' delight citizen in Clay County. If elected, I pledge to cooperate -
Sincere Capable EfficientA Seen on the Keystone dolt i with the other Hoard Members, County

Club links lust weekend were Officials i.r.d .
county employees.Elbcrt !
Vote For Dick Lovorn Is A Vote For Mrs Dick Hutchinson.: an. 'I

Progressive i County Schools her two sms. Former resI- Ji

'v,. dents of Keystone. they not D. Saunders
f PAST PERFORMANCE.: NOT FUTURE live In Jacksonville where sli llfM.: -Y U..I.\JtN. ; ,|r.
PROMISE I'linnp'' I73-I3IU(
is completing her studies toward -
Box 08.Knjstnne .\
a degree in education.
llelilits, "''1". (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Your Vote and Support Is Creatly: Appreciated.Pd. I The senior Hutthirioo.is, h..... FOR
moved out to their home on "

Pol. Adv Lake and are Hutchin.oii a welcome ps--iuunently! !< Additionto :. ;:-:_" ";; ""'" "" ',"" '"""'c "....-:"-..," '""""' .. '" =..

the community f

1 SEWS George IN Allen UNIFORM son of M.s: GOVERNOR

Lena Clemens, spent! the week

Voters Of Clay County end Filday with night his mother from( Fort arrl"ln"Ben Elect A IfBlnily tIanm1illE

nlng. He returned Tuesday i ( I'd. 1'01. Adv )

DID YOU ACCEPT THIS "POLITICAL PUO IISg." to camp for the final three: I,. iii.. ... .'. '1.- .. .., -... .. .. ., .- ,
.. -t.
weeks of his schooling there ;1"" '.'" ."' . .'
PUHLISIIED MARCH 19, 1961, AT FACE VALUE? Ills brother John Allen. ha I
r.rr..rElect -
volunteered lor naval servl-p
and will leave June 1 for !gar; I :, -.7,

Diego where lie will take hi' ,
boot training preparatory ti ". < l -
TO ALL THE PEOPLEOF schooling in nuclear submarine ..

CLAY COUNTYI duty. His bride o' 1 GEORGE E. .., a.'
several months will remain in

Keystone until he finishes! at I .."'1" \: .r. .
wish. to tape this opportunity to express my .sincere San Diego, and pUn to Jail I .... (
thunk and deep appreciation. to all the people I '. .
him afterwards. ti
His schoollni; .1.1'
.. ....
of Clay 'ounty and eNprclally to thus In District No. Is expected to be in 3ar. Fianclsro. I ''JAllIJE t ," .
4 for all their support and cooperation during my ::.
In .
which case his wife n ; ....
ten years of service all your County Commlwloner.A nnd mother will drive out I I c.. ,- .;'rM !.

most of you know by thin time, I have. non, making a stop In Kansas foia I t .
..I."nlnl'Iurrh..e: who U. a candidate for Sheriff of visit along the way I '

, thin. county. Thin. was done by his decision and his Another local young man I : ::I
iilone. I wish. to take this opportunity to nay at thin who has volunteer I for "
time regardless of the outcome of his. rsut that I vice- Is David Schaeffer er-l ]

. hu I.appreciate,e, run my the hint. support time for and Hfctlon.. cooperation.\.. .stated of everyone. abe, of who the passed George all his prcJImlnary Schaeffer: Clay County School Board I\ii'\ A

!l-nt: I feel. that when I complete thin term that I
will have. served my most useful. yearn. to Clay Coun- test' and will be Induct
ty and will be ready. for a younger. person to takeover Into the Naval Air Reserve on lr 17 Years self employed business man. To Clay County School BoardDISTRICT
for, progress. In this county. May He has Just completedthe :
second trimester! at St I
fain my sincere thank anti deep appreciation II I )) !; 3
to my many friend. and supporters during my years 9 years president of his own engineering
R uf public service,

r SINCERELY. Drive-In KEYSTONE Theatre corp.

r Bill BEAm

O. J. MURRHEE, SR. Fri., Sat.-Apr. 29, 30
The only man from District 3 ALL


(Pd. Pol. Adv.) The People in Clay County Can Vote For College Graduate Engineer

With Confidence..


(Political Adv. Paid for By Roy Tyre) I
O'd. Pol Adv ) ._ (Pd Pol. Adv.
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nrtAnmnn rormrrT. Trt.ronArn./ T.flRI''.. ""'Hm.* THCRSDAT. APRIL 99. .

I a good deal of the Hire I' v bill be held in the Charles G. j jJpnuett last Miiall\ comer \\III give nil I sau. slit.'cuts at the local aoveriinient : I I I apent several dAYS visIting the I Mrs Dock Tlton and dI\Uth-1;: Teresa of fl'lcrld1UI"EvlnsonTroy's UacUen. MURRHEE11

TMC1NO OFI'Tile I' : School in Green Cove( oppoiUtility for expu'i.lon and I hixh school .served( as I Panconst's Tne; Ihn" ladies!! teis: last weekend

KEYSTONE reKiilar meeting ol the !tprlnxs at 6 p. m.lis. make rut a complete! block. 1 escorts on various lours: und went on to Orluii: tot a Bill Iltmln. Hilly! Orimbce.Ann \ I of .Nashville who has Jlblgl'a.ual.cd. I Insurance Agency
; cxiiie lo( visit: Troylast
three day visit.Mr. Rlcliler. '
ol enter Williams
unanimously variety Danny
hmnvltcd motion was provided a
The :
Women's CSolIAxKOclnllon Qenc Bul'lUwtmi; )
HILITESFrom Kt'y 'tne( I members of the Key- pus.sed tainment. Other senior Ii'>oups and Mrs. Uoulc Tlsoilanj Carolyn Tlson' Judy Cijns..ie'and !! ': 1 weekend. General Insurance J JteIRhi'
last Tuesday' wns
I cookout at her The Church Women. will participating%el'eI\ L nt Clay dl1u htel'8. Caroiyn, Imia. Mi's. Harry Ormabep attended .- ,) nev. and Mrs Watts lIe't.H I cAsr.ii'TY' 1\..,
monthly Club to ,
not held due to the I Lone n ,
( for thsa.st hold their la I el''IIl1'I1.mt' i- HU'll: and Oi-diiie' ( Ptrlc IllKh.; and Vicki leccntly visited ;Mrs.Tl.son's the "Bin! .Ape Convention lot tile weettcnd( wei'e' bee pn-. RINK AIT'I'O-OONlllt
\ II Lake Geneva
( I'r..t..dhlll' 1'111.1 fUt-toiicUicr! of I tlie I mme( on sIsters Mr. and ;Mrs.A. lust edits Rev. and Mi... J F. Win' Keystone! lUig-bt 47S-7K9:
Kaund In Sturke. FillY for 1, mcclliiK of the tteason. i ly meeliiiH on Miy: :3 at 7:30u :: Some of the most inteiestlnu In Ju: ('ksonville I

I clock.( Election of officer places: visited were Pailiament.. M. Howell. and: Mr.\ an>i I Thui'Kduy nRht.! I IConlti.nec! r>n Next p.jel I
fcd puitlcularly) mtss.-d I by the today\ I IThursdayl I ha also 1\Menilnr.Hvlll\ provide a cover- I
I It'I.I.IO'slIlI' will bi- held at this time the Act Museum( and :MMI.U- Mrs. J. A. Owens and !lainllies Connie King and Btdn! Tiller \- "
b'.Uload. of studfiHslio iake been ennceled.) nnd the women I'd tit h or dcs.serl
'I.\'IJ Then will I be one less circle tary. Quean's: Stain('nse. Fin t of MicnnopyMr : i I spent Easter: weekend: vi>ii- :
back and: forth to Il<'hoolle will\ leMime their weekly eventon ( (
h day. and all wish )her a I May 5.NEWS. :Members! 111e'elllhd d of next year. FlncBitle.; cinch also Fjit Char and Mrs. 11.. F. Slmmjns Ins; relatives In South Car '
'I Vote For
\ will and family vlisted relatives: In olina. Progress I
of Trustees lotte.
rapid convalescence nnd resumption Hie) cookout on (Friday. Apr.i9. I The Board: e
South Carolina last vveekPiiJ.; W. Neefus's luncheon
Slat.' mei'l, Frld.IY.lay 8, at 7:30p. : \ MLS. L.
of her !activities.BIATHItAY ( :! .it t Oolil: head Bianch .. I
.yyyy..y.vYVV v. y Hect'llt'I..tlnt'l' of the n. M. guests Saturday were' he
n.VTIIFKIMi: NOTES I'uik Please n.ei-l at KiyKloneneaeh m.
Cason!! weie Mis! A J Thomas ; irkns Mr. and Mis MtnoiPoac Vote For
haI:! I by 11 I fi
M1's Auwhtrey Vumr icle- I Incur city
of Staike and Xir und :Mi.s.Aidell of Westflekl.l N. J whl<" Anthony 'Tony"Kxpericnved
brated )her biithduy\ Sumla.v* ( Frombentlal l'rl''I'1I I'u'ge I o'clock SO that. a car" pjol: can PEACE PIPEPATTER MELROSEBy : '.
I CiosbyMi. ; I on their way to St PPtersbuiMrs \' r-tw----- .
HiTim-ied, thus onvliu* entrance -
'i1tJvb.lts made by heidauthter. be "
bi'fdklast. m.-niis: at will: '. and Mis. Alton Thomp- : Ad 11 Roberaon .:, xueit
Mis. R. L. Ar.deison.nfi t cont.( llainbin! -ers Itolliliummer
the monthly meetln ( of ibv dolnuI Sjlly ,j'lI i.nd family plin !10 atlenJ for' several days IN her inn ,
!< her husband> ol nt.'lllnd : be wl'ved.'ltl1 in"inteis: '
Hoinemnkers! Club on 1\1'.11 20 I reunion in Alabama Mr' and ;Mis Q. II Hobeiaon I
.. a family
and her brother. B. E., Temple-* Electuc onfei'encTveiitytwo ,' I he tooklnK This will be the |From I'rrredinK,\ 1'aKc:: ] 1666a..a. a.4.
In the Clay ,
the weekend of April(: \ Parents cf Melbourne.
ton of Greenville. 8 C. ovei flist In n seller; of 011 t.OOl:
room. memjerswPie \\ 'I'!'' Conch KIitey1ts.. He--" of both;: live In Alabama Mrs. Gilbert Reed'motlK

the weekend. Ann wlio rew In attendance. Pun Came Diiys. iiiiiKiev.., % and Mr*. lia tflOS.! The I'EIISON.VI.S MI'. and Mrs. Grant Rolh- Mrs S. Bl'Rnn''n110110! <1 them)
Up In Keystone now teaches He ime to circle youi1 calendar Mrs. K. F. O noilted ;Mrs\ : FOR
All Clay County Clubs will! I remainder of the stnfr repoit'\ hammer dropped in on, their !'ii't weekend.Mr .
I when a covered fjr.several
at a junior hlarh school III I loi May 12 Lois P.eston MK-anopy
I join In a Family Fun Night will I be heldat ,II! 1(1( M'MO'll MS ll-lin: son Mr. and Mrs Qlymt Ilothiiatiiiiier. anti Mrs. J 1C Mi" : '
dl I h luncheon
e1an Illn May: 14. Nlal'Iln'lIh arovored Foithe first& time 11: KIHlilsloiy. and tliei.4: two Onir s son Trov of Ft Ben .
misled 12:30: In the Coiiimunlty MIll Ovid aanu'jsiiler\ an .
In this
men lately asthe '.*4.'h Kupper. followed I I ( 11 Field" U.i1us held\ daughters.! and 'Irs. Virti 1R l nlnit' wns home fir Hit week '
} has position In OatnecvtUp I Church ediicuttonul buihilirj: I two $Ofl$. Mt.". T. ;M Ba'olnyton. r, District Four
by n variety show This, event' will I b Till took pliicitin/ ( An: \ill 27, v.e and Mr uud Mis en1. Visiting wtih I horn al i ,
uh.Uimun Ila.vts( CfttflCTuesday
-which Committee : Kobert and
keeps( !iei
alaya mblce.' Tl.ursdav;) were. Mrs!! McOiii"e'' <, nlc'e
The tiny was pent In C(titIpeI Thomas Clul
I In..k4l I'
niinoiuiced.) Cas-h: m: m'jer and stayed, overnlsht I ': rC'.h
,1 .' just sot were Mrs. McOulre's niece M Vinmj \o: e
I II\lye ;MJOitnn) I at.ni"s S nIcnts venirw They hud : .
puwpectl1enew ;Mrs
to 1 brlivj a Gano's mot'.iei.I: .
in uradcs .set'en through i Mrs. ha"k from Flnley OkU ulI:1:1 .1 i iMl ">nd( ;Mrs Inriv' Penr-on: of Evln ('a pable ; ,
member.Mi Clestin\ West of a.nc.-vll! e -
twelve' 1'III'Iklp..tecl. vllh t theu rel.-lhe nepi' ELECT : and Mrs IxniU Kyleha 'visited with them a.soMrs \
I .e been cnloyliiit) n southern) 'rtt".' lenulnr* PT \ menU: i ; Fred. PtncoH t '.s ,1. ll'l I Ihen They depart" lltIJI'CIAY and two dirijjhters.! Nalta and PHODU'TIOHPI'I'UVIOH;,; ; :; for "hn.\lan.. :\

ROY tl'l1!; and \lslt' with Mr(: Kyie.b ':. I was held\ Thurnd.w. April 14.11' Ethel Fowler of Ji< 'Us I )\iivllltand i i m ((01 a vacatl.i.i Hi. KegBnhb I v life, biggest: huokl': in ('I huy (.'oiinty in m.-inj"; "
Oilando :\' Hpl1 nll'POI.t) & d on proHiess VjV*'t
other and wife lit a friend. MilClru" s years.SELKCTKI.
that Tlsiui "t Oiiln"> "t'e!' I
I of the band saylnn :,
meetin Wot Palm flOUSiOLDPESTS
>lid hl.s Benfield \i;' Bikei' IlHl'e\ ) '(.idltloned visited his; parentS \ii n' d

Tleni liMis the Ins-tniments on loan to th.;! :I) for t Ihis Im"iliml I from union.. ;; ::127IIlJllilnt
: }Ktlwutd,: Phtil!I !repoitsici
lYRE I Mi Flay CI inure d I li- \ ,. 1m N.
'1, \t lit loin !last xhi'" Is pttte\'- Diunl) on 11 competitive) -
11'0' AliiPhim' Oeneial HoII -- IIWll'c8\ t'IUU1)) t to tl.e I srho II iI l 'If D.tl...
II I .' tluil th. 'Y v."It...
I il I for e\f 1 mirjerv: Bile wl'l' cc. < ) If Ua&eh14v -CLAY COUNTY) IHTSINKSS: I i it IJijj Uuo.lnrso.: :

COUNTYCOMMISSIONER him'. n:> vliilioi-H' for the first : student council\ had. )purchase \ V D....... I lla\c ;it "cai.ible| man for I the job.AIIMUIH .
I TI sc-veial. I "''ays a lid \vll; need I I i mirio\ ) iKitie mil taut fo' c..." .."

\ qiitet' for annt her weik' I its,! In the enfetorlutn as well

(A-\ll'MTY i'lll'Kfllr.iMiian's I I ns the K.vm. This Is the second i -: :: ; (OF) PIWamSSI\'I':( <; : I I: Family <'< ri oration \-

.observed m.ilor: 81ft doiiatej) by tin iI I I I ivsponsiMc:; ,; for <'on\ "rtin//: imy acres or
District 4 Clay CountyAn 1 Uiy wns ,
-- council* ( Tlie pro'jtam, w.i low-tiix /
lust / farm land into higher tax-violilinjj rrMlential
,,it t the inoinlnt worship ; /
vpnte1( i bthe I fifth graders
Siuicliiv t, : Oeinld 1 111).1] ton ( lots.TI1K .

Experienced IlusineHHinan for A 1 More pr '//1<'tIC.-I I II.t. m" i'mon. nn,i I Iii'en under dlieetlon( of Mis. Ken'
I'I i'5. st.OIK. It -vas, an ot -

liu inem<-likc County! (Sni'crninent. t filled!. tic! choli. mil I Ij'.m.il!\I ,I patriotic, !( pla w.ltn.ln"d !I! ) h YOt'Nfi)(';'; ; :MAN:': who. on his. first try. rAn n

othei pi>st.Fnllowlny'- -. '! and rostnm.-d\ by MiMud'iit.s .hose" "second for/ I this. urn,-" fonr jcars!! ItnlJ /.
'. I I the -ermon\ a ('flfl- .I'hone
It was si) .' cli rc"lv
"Me iti'ni'i: mi'etl'i'jviis he'duul .
Capable "e thnt\ It wns ul\n in t two as-
\ 1 U!a\ m'II\(1> ( :sstinne.;:\ .ihalrrnin 964-39651 I II
sernhlle-, to fie I."t t rf the .tucent &-
ol t Ih": Mn.inc'I I (fomniittee ) '
Qualified 01 the t hu'ldlli"',' fin'd.ln CII1" body on\ Flidnv. The PTA"rf'l'.t Is The
( I t'> -sivt t t the I Inmiinl II J \\'KlfR
"|.." I itlmi t vv'lh':I I 1'ie' In.' 'ci II'
Fair To All I I'm class xvlti'i" tin \h pndea\o<\ :', Florida
T'll-l'1 l i p' ,cnti'd? ,' \\j' i "h""i1 ) 1 MAN!
.on, (lie ,'('\\1nl: n '" "8H'I'l "Th I
''li.i',' t fie' <"'n.icli I tin' hii-c t Hi"iO I "
Pine Ki-v. OltlrciM! for t IIII' Pest .
: () \ I HO M H .rn lo'' ,it''"
lie Stand For Greater Progrl'fs; onrnliu1 :yar \\'(CIP\ irnounrcd:
-in.ill l"'ti''' ..1'J i it I r the l pl">
Ki'vstone, was: defeated I \In:) i iI aI Control
For ALL Clan Countu. "|",,I .i kill i I h Till c ,HI' I"- I'chiti! \rt'.II".m. t ( 'n Pi; |Il| |''nr By
I Hck, meet Anvil I ,i h. M"t
'nil' "..i", .. Anthoii\' i Tuny l1nl lose The 1I'OI'C'A.( !)1 to 32.
i'li.i }r i'I : '!), i t 11.1 i ,,11'11111' .. .. .
'I'h.). wim a rontercuc! ( find
I fl'Hl.l,, Politk'iil I A.lv) i i i ,> i !ic I ,it i ''int,( I nine
.,' ,tni'i, '' 'it Flrnnford<1 on April) 1 III!) Rest place fo cfieclt-up
The "n i "i', nil <.v\ i'II tlii}
iicl 1 Krvstone ('An,,' In thc' d. on your progress is in I

-I K"'\sr-"i.- \, ii' rlefp.itcd, In i A the of KEYSTONE HE1GHTS-ELROSE
pages your savings F II
I' ," ,r i.; ''i b. C'-f ""1t\ ('II' ; bank book. Jhaf't

.,.... "I 1 :M''.. !t'l 1 I'' : Mnfii'loi Y where
RE-ELECT you can write
I i'1 I idivd, t the low or "success
your story
'I I i en1, "ll! l>" unollici'( "'olt with regular/ "weekly BUSINESS DIRECTORY

in) i h :Mnndav. AptII IS. ali I

i ccut" \ Cit V. The tour )pint I 11-!IC deposits.

0. J. }IUlTbetSr\ .t tns I! ti VC St 1..rll.i Tf1'okllo -

\ tell I n.ilts' :M.ir-lm', : '1 CIa hopI M'M.IANVKS I l I C : MELROSEAuto IIUMi( : RKI'AIR: Hit ,

I I in "Ml-kev: lliokus.T'IC KEYSTONE STATE BANK FEDDER'SHEAT Service Carpi-nl I t ry Serv ice

) Sliirli nt t Cii'indl) ) )invioivlav -' Masonry Service

Au1 1 Ill, lcd' mad'. PUMPS
COUNTY COMMISSIONER I Ian I) /. tot n vnlci sh 'a to biiild .Member F.D.l.C. Keystone Heights Ha., :. Rieharl .Icm4'.. Piop.Foiiner I Cabinets A Special) i
I FOR YKAIt: -KOrNI)(':': ) \ Owner -1 I. MotorsM.ieclciviy ,
,opwtl.up.11I11, : It wllinili CALL:
__ I
___ "Your Friendly! Bank In Your Friendly : !\
inn st'ulentlio\ \ \va lit C'OMKOUT() KEYSTONE

DISTRICT 4 I tin) I tli'Ip.ue In .sonn' I skitniiniiilii" ('ousi muntty." Cdicial Repairs
____ Repair
cii' stutl) 'ii s'
r' -' New & Used! P:1Lt.4C :
: .rwlf inn" il fli'cllonwill be helic ) & Improvement I ServlcjKt.

i-ek or :\1.12 I..) nadir StHnd..ud Oil Pruduits 21--:South-; of

Keystone Heights, Kingsley ihp n 1 w' ,'('-
. n 1111 spip'tniyHPiisuierT'ie I ) Fur Free Kstimutex! :UI-.LKO".:
Phone 175-2111*
Lake McRae Belmore iireii Soil! nnd Wat-t tC'
Keystone\ Heights; A Cicnerul Contractor Sp
011nUall i : 'I't''h)> (I'onti1' '
.MI'. I lield at I cuen COM I For County Commissioner 17:1.; 1232; :1USKD.: CARS; rlall'ln In the.. HM M.1John
: County at Large fur the Cnnvrnleniof :
\ spi' iiD't) on Anrll I 14 .1I.lIe) MeMii'trv i! -
tlin IiInleowner.Serving .
- I : i ( ri'jiie-en.I' C'aCuiintv r V Service Center ,

, I )t I In th" co: is ti.,I, PIcu('lkct': I DISTRICT TWO-CLAY COUNTY .1. It. T1IIF.S.! ProirlrtnrAuthorized | Hanks Used Cars : 'lay an"(

IJAI'TIST.. KIJv.: :\ISIWiLl.( () : AITUKCIATK{ : YOt U VOTK( ) : AND:': ]) 4t'con !I. and was piesentei Motorola Prtih. Hradford Count IPSN'URSKRY

wlt'i' I a *25 cash pri/.a\ ; "',ies and 1 Service: i flu; CASH DISCOUNT) !
The annual Florld-i As.socla :My job in: to !sell myself. to > ou \'oICiS.: I I>lrrtlr. .. On .\III: tI! KXI'KICIKM'K.; : PIW"EITEcatlT;'; :': :( \ \1'\ 111.1': *
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; J U\I ISIS( ,;TY.ltF.O1IIU.nR T h K: H1: S
hands. and inninga
I lion ol HI II c'I'II I C'vinrlln' ''cm can do t this by shaking u !
Ifl.I.IHI.EF'FIIENI'; ; ( : : : TV
: 4. .. vent Ion was: held .In Mel populai!; ity content or I can do I this by my Work)" aiaranteeclTV Rental: Hiry 5F1.1l'I.tIErt. ) ; O.C.Carnes Nurtei

O. J. MURRHEE, SR. \boinno API'11 14. !:> mid K; qualifications." I aimI businessman" first. Ayoiid Kr.v ton. lloletit 47S-4! .MAUTO I HivM.v 100. Florahomo

Jane McMurtry. Klaine; lx>v' ) businessman" must adjust to changing: i ROX nttliny. Mile\ SE of SUrk
01'11.) ) Chester Oleiui. and Rick
REI'4; %1KGoetzma.n
Stock ThmJndi
Nursery -
cannot I that I changesare
times and deny
Float represented Krv.stonSelii you ) HHI H11I1"" s. :MnrUf Fruit
of rianra k
(raid political niivi-i, tisenu-Dt I p.ild' im I' lo. J Muiiluu I Sr.) going in Clay County( ( e> day "
on cry
ol.\ Tt proved l lo bp a most < : Bros. Trees to chcoM from Nt'-I|

Infoimatlvp. intfi'e.stu. : ( u. aiu i I whet hl'r011 want I them or nol I Ivork Shads! Tri.", \\lllvM'.sn""c

entPitaliilivtime The GarageREP.thR \VK: hAVE: GOOD ... All '01"
-. -- con- >> ith businessmen: on TIIK1IC le\el. not a Tatn.l.'e| Plj ivt

':._-_----- -= -- :_-::: : =_ .i." --E"---:- :=__;_-----.1-_:_,____, _=_"'::_' ___ t, ventlon adtoiuned Sntuida1 t hackunods I ICS el. I It's( time \t e changed: our/ UORK( Used containers! plant "ny-|
lifter a .special tour of thr :; Cars" and Truck emit CamelllAii Ala "7."I ,..
II III" I policies: and modernised our County C\'el'n. MOTOR BODY PAlNTINf.PORTABLR ( ; ( .
>t iw do von Inc1seiipiDihiuci
\ Kennedy Space Toi.r Till
. 1':: Dr. Robert M. vas the larnrest uioup to eve\' ment. This: is: especially important because lj'wn :Mower.itutboui.zitMotnr VViRr.PIN'OUNO ': At S..vln Price* fI"t-5G

in this, campaign t the Lila-I i-htte candidatesadvocate ) .
tour the Ca" Pe. : ; : ", '11 (;n It I'"or'ou

The Junior CI is.siuv A (I t more I HOME! ; Kt'l.lC t I :. more responsibility rtwy 21 Keystone! Height: : i If \Vn ))..n't ll.ne 11 '","('".\(::1TOHI':

movie on the tl'll|> to 'Vnl
PATERSON ton( taken bv thr.> 'uiiu.ers 01 wider range of authority. County; Commissioners .. Phone 473-3101 Vernon Buff Garage THE BLUE PINE

the co-op essay Ths junIor> Nits A Sun. 473-318
, Elect
will have more power. one Package Store &
of KHS are entertii; this con- Hwy. 100 Keystone Hits. j
;MKMHKIC te.st and who can keep up with these", changing times: COCKTAIL LOI'NflE:
we hope o'ir school( Vuto Sales: & :Service; 471- 4570IJEAUTY
will bf tepresentrd In the trip, one who has contact with the world( outside,

. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONDISTRICT this year\ 'lay County. !Public officials in t this" campaign Authorized Dealer For Open 9 AM,-12 P. M. E'ltrl!

The assembly this week will' cannot use their past records us\ guides : Chrysler Plymouth Vallem; : ShOP I Every SundayDance Saturday Nig:1:"!
be held on Friday;! Mrs ]Newman ; Slmca International liar\
to the future They hate already become
ONE----CLAY COUNTY Music! of Connie and
will speak to the lunloi- vester Trucks Scout 4-Wheel
outdated. The Fireballs

' MY PAST AND FUTURE POLICIES AS A ..t'1I10hhlh\ students on aitShr Drh'e.Clayton KEYSTONEBEAUTY 4 :MILE:: KAST orKFYSTOIVK
will'\ tie this in with : Commissioner RevelsChryslerPlymouth
some first (
:My I concern as: a County ) : 1IKIOHT1; !

MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD ARE : of the development (vf Key- for I District Two would "be counlywide t SHOP

itone/ HelahtsMr ,
enforcement of our proposed Zoning INC.NOBODY r.dl' fF(,hnn.n.Pcrwonal. hnu'r LAKE LOTS
Jesse ,
1.I To attract I I I a select I of nienlar( and secondary schools. Tyw Supe'lntelldt'l1t -
I'lan. This is good plan but is i useless,; ,;,
of Char, Counts: : : a PNDERSELLSCLAYTON ) Lake! Geneva! J5500: 1 Terms

t teat:hern: to our county and retain and pioviding( : hl'IIl'I'lIl'atiflmil I I Schools was 1 a relics' 1 spenkei: unless. rigidly enforced. It is the key to future REVELS & Creative 'wtke Brooklyn $3500 (CTcrrnl

I those devoted teachers!! who I raining for. t tlm.-c. who will seek for the 9th urade Civics class development. 10SO N. Orange<< Hair Styling! Trailer Lot $:\00 up 'iTerm

, like our county and our children, .mplo.v'nient I i immediately: I follow-. He (save nn interetln7, : talk on firern Cnve Springs 281-911' :MORTO.'UJE' ; BRoKER

by careful consideration, of t theirsalaries in!; graduation. education from the ,-tandpoint Another concern of mine as County Commissioner InilUiiliiul Hraiily Care" APPRAISAL SKIUICB

... working: conditions: curriculum I I. To give: the /greatest. caieto of Mhv we need nn eoucatloti ,; for I District> 1'0Imld he the SPRING MOTORSComplete Kvery Form of Beanty Cultun Mrs. ;M.Associates llJ1en.; 173-1314:

class,,!!: si/e. instructional I t i I the linn: ndII. iii.inaKenienl! or and why we!' should continue! Clay County I>l''elulmentlIlhority. This Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN Open Tues.-SaL 9-5: ; Capt. R. tovorn, 473-4132

and library materials, and by; the I entire school s! >; teni prov idint I our First! .education grade, le-ilst-atlon, Is Authority has: been 14 political football l-e- Cloned Monday 3.E.McKay, Reaitc

maintaining harmonious: : comniunicalions ; a superior sihnul) !s'.ten1!. bymakint ; I no\c In proRi-ess.!' Anvone ha\- cause its members are appointed by the "11' It's For( A VolkswagenWe Keystone heights( 47.1-I8A3 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

: between the staff and !; the he,1, t use of every; Inv a rhlld to: enter" !first urartf (;iovernnr and are subject to the (;Cern or'.,! Have It'Always Phone 473.4818

. I the faculty. available source of educational I :!! next,., fall sliouH .no.ne: to thf \\ him>!. This Authority belongs: to the Volkswagens! Plenty of In Good Stock Used Klectrioal Sales! & Servic

2. To build efficient, attractive funds : Local. St 11I1l'. Federal and school linniedlatei\ foi the County tux payer! and ,should be controlledby roC'.n Cnsp "''optn. '!5i-qn! "::M'AI; j I WANTS

I air i conditioned) / class rooms( ) I Philanthropic.These I I nece saiy forms V'ciiricatlon the County Comml..sinnernd!! this

of me preferably Ih"o\Qh: the back HOME HUI.K. AUTO SERVICE Yeoman's Electrical Beidler's Holiday j
for our rapidly increasing. !school! were my pledges'' to t the comes: : right
birth rertlfli-ate" should be
o population) ((5fl; (r ) increase since: voters! four ) tarot! : sign.. Progress: : siespiited.; I chose!! this County to Ihe in for therest KING'S Restaurant

) '; at the I lowest I ciist has. been mide in all four Sales & Service
IflfiO) : per areas: You bet bootsI Cmlrr: New Own."I
I The seniors< .aceo'iipniiled: by .. of my da)!s.! can jour Service Station

square foot in the "Male." during: my; lirst term us' jour Mr White nn.1 :Mrs Jordan. I don't intend to jeopardize my chosen way Frlgl.lnlre Appliances OIT FARFDK.H."'

:3. To, expand the curriculum. ,school hoard member. "'e will I returned from nn excltlmoni of life in (Clay County by being/ just an on r. ED r.R1'; (..u.taK.uhers Ftre OKFN:Food 7 DAYS:Moderately' WEKKTiY"nC j ,

Increasing the academic program continue In progress"' if VIMI will : of Nassau and :Miami last! Build. IIARRAIN' PRICES Zenith and Motorola TV i
looker. Vote for Harold E. llaxhind.:: Full l>lnn r-> Tuat'hCIII -<

for. the college bound. Hroadenintf J give: me vour vote confidence) Saliiidav Hi.ihlt.tliiof, the er. yotirComnissioner' .., for District Two. n.irTKie: Siegler Heaters I II" Ala f'nrt*-Italian' Pn, l I.

- the culturaTTJtojurriims! ; in -he( ele. on :May :3rd.A trip of Included Miami it And sUhtxeelnZoin Miami .. AM .\CFTYIKNKWFI.DINO: : I 0. Box 166 l\ff'lru"-1, __-TJ_ZJ5 BF.KK_A. P I ES

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and back on board the S. R. :MKI.KOxK: : 4T.VJMI; = 1 'I'L 'UKV"TlK "FOr.... "

Bahama. Star. While in Nas

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rate, Biirfice) w"I'el-MI'" : John 19GS and ttaxfn ixvnto 11.1 ,I.r il/ / I I., ''I I It f !in it i I&It, ,;' fund and would be
Pine Level DI'lllaan: i and Mrs' K; T that as of Apt ii 23!! 1 I'.iuii! (; nu I rnt:], I .l i< ,. < -i i'ni.Kii'i> : i..ni.iah-' : li>.- )pa1, nient without Keep HUNTLEYState
Cat'x : 4 Wright 2-Mrs. Roland: Biyan deposits can be anr-itfcl. and In the p't." I i'l"( !" i' ;' J/1'/ l. time: limitation whenever
I RepresentativePd. "
and Mrs.! James T. Vose. 3Mrs. -- no new accounts opened. He TO, 1967 R.niM" be''": .m/ reT: .1.II .1tj rroper) claims; are
receivtd.l I .
'I 1 ( Pol Adi 1sa I
Church Observes tp. : : Frances Pyle an1 Mis"" aid that inte-est; will:! end on I Uic T.-a my U( |).u tin ..111'rl'fg Ull.lcn.: sal..',. w
Bessie: Rutherford; 4. --- Mr: the anniversary date of ct. h

Piiiey Boyd and Mrs. John: eel tlf Icate. a. __ __.m '- _.'__'
St. For the ronvenlenci of Hi.depositor : .
HomecomingThe ', ,- al'n.The
; ." "" ... f"'r C'T: .
; J Melrose Method s : ; all certli'Jcn''s' maybe
-- Church held a loyalty: Diane: cashed at the same lima..m1 .
Pine Level Baptist i Apil: :2.) at 8:30: p. in. A de- interest will be pail! for ELECT. .
Church experienced another U'ljm "t lieio',ts fifl-i fry and' all thr 'arh\ fu'l month' they Iniv.-' fi I.{ !::k T.'
landmark In Its history last r liinunlns.s! was en toyed by been outstanding::! beyond three {'.I;" I,
Sunday with the observance of about :no members.! months from the Interest" data: f't, TE&&UE' :
annual Homecomlns; Day se.-v- Rev. Watts: nave : .
Ices.The "TKiiiriltiK a ChurcH Bad-rt." I was establish;;< Jan. I I. 1911 tj L--il:;!;; .. f 1.
program consisted of Explanatlan: of the bud et wa let money: "out of hidinn\ ani i I 'h 'f ...
prcaohlns/ all day. and::! dinneron ; -Ivc.. hy Ronald ArrowsmithC'.iiiirmin I 10 attract saviiiK.i of a lurienumber '. 1.3.'w.\ .
and Commission of immigrants \\t\t. ./ ,, / :
the" J:1'oundla program t J : : on "V'; '
that rings; a familiar note in 1 n+.nr+ Stewa-dshlp nnd Finance. were ncru.itomed! ::! to sm-inii at ; ? STATE SENATOR
the history of this old: citadel A Sti'wur.'shli m?1I8tVa.! .< post offices in their own coun- :;A '\*. !
of Fundamentalism." -i livred by Ilcv. :Ilariy A try. ., 1f!'& t c .
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The Sunday School: hour Otd.1aicl; of the Waldo :McthoclKt "Today, however, with th > '!; '.r : t< ';,;:

began with 203 In classes, ani: Church. ''jiowth: of banking flldltl Ie, I 'h ,f- if. ,,-
attendance at the momma Then1,:' was a sonofpr.t at the paying much hi't1' '" Interrt.iics "Your Kind of Man"
worship service exceeded 330. table with young a1'' old; par- ., than\ the two 'Ji'i, tvir a.ttr .
Chairs had to be brought in ticipating. paid in Postal 13.: .iii"s: the
to accommodate those who Rev Watts closed\ the program syiUm' has oulll\i-d !Us uspfiil-
came. From this World War II days with BenediiHion., 1 .*. ....vtr.

Speakers for the afternoon .. -. Boy Scout Trooo 109 and .- ... C7tCffiIrCAST -- __ .u___
esslonI ere Rev. David 1 I' Keystone, Heights Troop 103;
Strunk of the Blan1i3: : Boulevard will\ hold Court of Honor
Baptist Church, and Dr I Thursday; ) API 11 27. 7 p m ali
W. E. Dow ell of Beaver: Sr-reet i Ihe Parish hogs' Parents
Baptist Church, both oi Jack- frle'ids' and family arc linited

sonville. to attend. Louis I.
Services were concluded for The Charter for Troop 109!)
the day with a mer-sasc by will i ..' presented by ;Mi., Phil,; r

Rev. Loyd Meyer of the Orlando Pat ms.Services. .
Baptist Temple. ; [ I

Special acknowledgement t t+ .r t t Held NILEY

was! made of the only two re- > :
nialninn charter members of i i For Berry Dyal :4

,the church: Mrs. Ruby Brown, At Mount Sinai I I .j
and Mrs Kathleen Alvarez.

Present church officers are To this in 1943 Berry Dyal Sr., 71 lifelonp
Deacons Volley resident of Bradford Countydie
Rufus Alva'oz. t
Leon Conner,
Tliursdav.! Apr. 21. In a
L. L. Conner, and Fmnry lew- s I
i Stan kp hospital after a liiv-er- Bradford, Clay, Union Counties
Is. Trustees Alvin! Far' i
inn/ illness!'
chairman: Owen Alvarez." Ji lit,- l'1val1"[ born In Ei\-t \
J. R. Bullington, Leon Conner. ] ford County on Jnly 10, 1804i : / The Only CandidateEXPERIENCED
Robert Sapp Vernle Tr.ornton. '
the son of the late Bprryari
Hugh Hutson, and Winford i i nnd l\1t"g-nl'et: ( Orren D:'nl. lie::1 ,; .
Tomlinson. Sunday Scroll l
was a retired farmer 0I
Suprrlntendent. Paul Faulkner ,
member of the Qranam Bap
; Treasurer. J. R. Bulllna- i i list Churrh.Surviving. In and State Government
ton; Church Clerk Oven Alvarez I : are his widow I County

Jr. I Rosetta O.io-iiTP; Dyal! of O-n.

Brief history -..- ham : two daughters/ Mrs, Del'I
The early records of Pine Mellon\ of Orlando, and Mrs *
Level Baptist Church were destroyed To this-present church and parsonagemembers. Lumaiirta Davis of Pcrrv. Oa.

by fire, but a fcr'ef two sins Nathaniel' Dyal cHnmptrm t

history! has been compiled 'I | land iiriiiivorl, : a mrrtlnK of School\ \' held every Sun.lay Lake and Bern\e When The Reapportioned Legislature Convenes in 1967 Approximately
from information recalled by Mr. Futfh, who was tenrhInu ; citl.'i'iis of the Plin' Level! ) rom- alt.rrnooii I except on the day\ orwl.lcli Dyal Jr.. of Ornhnm; threislstors
charter members! bL.> II. i and ItVa drct'elthat services were leliir; I : Mrs. Amanda Pmith:: o:
11 t the old Kelly M t t-.o )rt l on mtinity : y 75% of the Members Will Be WITHOUT
Futch, who was Instrumental I News. Va. !Mrs Mnr
the site of the present rhurc'h, the Sunday School would the mornins. Newport; ( ; ;
in organizing the first Sunday saw a need for a Sniri\!; he Baptist.; With tho assls-t- After. becoming, tin Independent Varncs, Stnrke; and Mr LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCEOur
School, and by other early I School.! He and A. O Sine'When :;- !nn"c 01[ Rev. Ferrell. then church. 'HIP old practice Emma Adklns. Jacksonville
pa si\or of the First n.l;>tlst I of calling: a pastor each year Also surviving are ten !Bran-,
Church of StarltP, the Sunday was abolished! and Kev. Hal I children. and live great,
School was organized! In 1911. continued as pastor. grandchildren.! Counties are facing too many THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE

You Need Approximately 25 people at- During these years the I Funeral services were heli I complex problems to ignore the FOR EXPERIENCE. You and
."ii lid the new Sunday School.. church Brew steadily so then:E i at 2 p. m. Saturday. Apr. 23
Tl-c fiiM: t 'iipei'lnien'li'iit!! V.:1Jneed: for a larger building.1 at the graveside In Mt Sina 1'' value of PROVEN Legislative Ex- Louis Huntley, working together,
t acv Ul1rit'I'hlllVhQ nLtiu'pl In 1047 thi coim'Ofialion! moved -'Cemetery with Rev. M. 7Knisht
perience. LOUIS HUNTLEY sin- will succeed. When examine
A New Car you
build 1mand and Rev. M. Z. Watson
;\ V it the ad,lit cl.iss. into the present :
Hov Fen-ell\ continued to dedication! ; sorvlpps werhe'd I I officiating.: Arrangement cerely asks his friends and neighbors ; the background and experience" bf
]1'r'< ,,1 '\ltli} HIP Sunday ','hnJ11 July 1 1. 1)4S.!) Th ol:d" rear> In chaws'( of DWitt C
See Us For An I\1 ,.l \\'n"Ie'l town ')" aanizhrgI ; bnildinir wits used for oiindaj r'I.Joneq j Funeral Home of Bradford, Clay, and Un'on: the other candidates, you will 'find

,i riniriii by piv.-vhlnn: on I School' rooms until tlv pl'el'nt(t l Active pallbearers! wen e Counties for the opportunity; of put that Louis; Huntley is the ONLY
Srv'iv':;, ,', nftpmotiiis, Lute. in edii'-ntional' building! : was s; rrandsons of the dr-reused.' \
1 I his LefrinIahVe EXPERIENCE value of PROVEN Legislative Ex-
Auto Loan :))1'a wpc-k's revival was ererted.:

'. let md; church was onianicM In May Uifil., Rr-v. Roman j Postal Savings to work for YOU. tive Experience.
i nt I. Miat I time. Alvarez came to the oimrrli as
]Pn"< Fn-rell combined t.o assistant, : p .stor. When Rev | Depositors Asked
| Hall resimiPd In l.p I! fall of
-MI{ for" n while. th"n Hev.I. To Close Accounts
I I. ,10m I the Kln .sl :y Lake I 19B3. Rov. Alvll"'l'a raped' I VOTE FOR LEGISLATIVE! EXPERIENCE .
M i, rilol' the pulpit! for a a* pastor, serving until August Po-'nimlpr' T. C. HHZCII Jr
'in' ') t t Lme., Later: Kov. J. T. r 19(53.( inset; depositors with.. post
I\ ,1111',1 called us rust 71'. A revival was held in Octo- savings' ccrtlflru'lei/ to with! .: 9TE FOR THE BEST QUALIFIED
m I in 1928 during Ills pagtor- ber of 1065 with Rev. IlonaHPamspy drew their account from th
""n.' t tin church b"camc: Inde- [ bringing:: the messages post: olficc as soon as possible

; I'p1l'l't. i He was! called PS p.istor: .>,r as "ion' an the nnnl\crsarv Don't Take A Chance With Your County's Future
A O. f3tlckand: was the and began sirvint In t that capacity : dates on theIr certificates arc i
first! 1 church clerk I1net1rs.: I the first Sunday In reached
Ribv': Oltvpr Drown was the Dpcetnbcr 1965. TI e Postal Savings S,'''''envois I .

"S'li-ch orKBiih-t': AmniiB the I I iiljollMli, (d on March 27 Re-elect i. H II Your State
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of 10 Str'.rklan! "' John Kelly. Melrose I Keep HUNTLEY e RepresentativeElect

Alice Oil ",r, i'i"v Under- .

With a loan from us, >fI"| enjoy all I IIH' hill all IN>!b rMdlwn llevprl 'that Kelly.It the. fl'Ht (From, Prcrccdmg Page) Slate| |M.Representative Pol A lv.) t''I', I' AIv I .
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advantages of l being> a "rash lm> (..J.nl''. i-hiirch! bui'dliv' : was; rim.s'riio- kclblich, of I'ilm: Bi neal -

when you borrow ut low bank rate, ><)'isave t'd In 19l.I pevrn years totter 1 Melbourne.: : Mrs: Mary H.n'ley' LT

money. What's more your :lUlu the flr-t t Sun-'.iy Sc-'ionl was la I friend of "theirs ,raw' :..It 11 V V. '
01' -n'"d.' Mr IVrr-rs! warn them tic.. Walt f.'ti er left
loan is easy lo repay in convi>ni"nt monthly -
i tor ut that time. Tl.r- f.rsi' I this Wednesday ! in.slallmenls.: Conic in, I talk it t>\ PI' '
h i:' itn buniPrl) In tn'8! "nelll"hu j in PEnn.
with us, right away. ( car re.-O'-'l'' \ \vM-edeslr-ivd. i| Sau.ira: Parks of Jon: : -
sTvi.r wonh o I'- vllle was ler'.il.' VI'II"I; 01
After 'this a i
nl'-Itng Caroln T1.
nests'' In the school i ? on.
obtTinrrt from Lan and Tu Cngrtneheron
w''i'h: sas Iprcr y 1'011 \ t vt .
the Sthool Board; mil was re- I vcrc visitur,' ol r heir I >r 1 i a<
HOME: OWNED-HOME OI'EHATEH; moddlr'l:: several:: times through Istl':'. Mr. and M-s Jerry
the vrars.tn I SUru>on and family
the only v ,' "f HIP t.,11 t week: Miniiri-" ol. Gupli-!
The Community State Bank!
'lurch' ( / 11 was r"II"lor.tJ..v i t')
ImM' a revivil once n cir an'!
OK STAIIKKMEMI5EK rail\ n pn'.tn'' iM"lt t ', v i Ti1I"1. Keep HUNTLEY
."'! Prv \" F TI'I '
: ; .i'. I H>. I. t'. i 'I 13' 11.1,1, I .f'' "- 'I'" Stale Representative: 7 saw --s rya/
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held nn-e n mor'' i 'ay .
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Put Education First Seek Better Apportionment '

Oppose Sales Tax on Groceries and )Medicine He is kind; of man.

Protect Your Homestead Exemption your .

Represent All of the People


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: Mt11i.EY: ___ IUI\U"'OIUt ('ulJNTY 'rtI: ,"mL\I'". M'r\1tl\II!. F'LORIDA! TnU1tRI) Y. APRiL 2", !sag
4AAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAA plans were made for the IIn.1 service!, Friday 7-30\ ,, 1 Rev and Mrs J. F. Conwaywere I Worship 11 a. m. Intermed-
Sunday School 9.48: a m. Sunday School 9:45: a. m Located on Bayless Highway
nual cook-out at the home of Highland Baptist: Sunday dinner guests of the latea and Young People'
I Morning Worship a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a m. ISR 2231 at Ralford Road
LAWTEY\ Mrs J. C Tye on April 21, School 9:43: am.; Worship 11 family Sunday. I Choir practice. 445; p. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. Training Union 6:15: p in, I SR 161] Services: Sunday
and Miss McCain presented a am and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Mr. and Mrs. W. II Qools-. Youth Fellowship. 5:43: p. m. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Evening Worship 730.: Mid- School 10 a. m. Sunday
quiz for the Wednesday, 7:30: ; ,by of Baldwin were Sunday 15. WMU
consumer pro- service NEWS Training Union. 6:
7:30:: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee week Prayer Service Wedn"srfay :!! Morning Worship 11 a. m.
DEns.* Wancharda..u.uaua.u.uu. Choir Practice, Saturday 7:30: ( guests of Mr and Mrs.
gram. supper Prayer Circle, 7:13.: Evening
pastor.BROOKER. 730.: Choir Practice, 1110p. : Training: Union, 6:30: p m.
RECREATION NEWS Rev. J. F. Conway formerlyof W. H Goolsby/ Jr. and child- Worship, 7:30.Wednesday: .
.. m. -Rev. Jim RIgdon sup- Evening Service 730.: ( MidWeek
The Little League boys have Jacksonville has acceptedthe Churches Are InviteeTo Prayer and BAPTIST Wednesday
ren.Billie Prayer Service -
WSCS members met at the started practice, and the 13: call as pastor of the Scott has finished his. List Their Schedules Praise service 7:30 1 : p. m Sunday School 10 a. m. ply pastor 7:30. -Rev. Glenn Lawton -

church last Thursday when who make the teem will pro. Church and la living in the boot training at Great Lakes In This. Column Churcti< Choir: practice 7:30: Morning Worship 11 a. m. BOATDKA1N BAPTIST pastor.
Mrs. Well, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. bably ,be chosen next Monday. pastorlum. He Is a former Training Station and is spend P. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
Kelly, Mrs. Bumgarner /find Thirteen to 16 girls will play pastor of the Church. ing hla leave with his mother, BAYLESS 111WAY Thursday Sunbeams, Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Sunday School. 10 a. m

Mrs. Bailey took part In a again Thursday. Only eight Rev. Ernest Bailey and Mrs. Mrs. Ray Rosier. He will report BAPTIST CHURCH Junior and Intermediate GA's Meeting Wednesday, 7-30.: Morning Worship 11 a. m. ARE TERMITES

playlet on the pledge of support stayed last week due to early Bailey visited Mr.: and Mrs. soon for Airplane Mechanics Sunray:. School, 10 8.. m. 3:30: p. fit Beginner.! Primary RA GA, and Sunbeams every Training Union 7:00 p. -n

of missions. After adjournment showers thAt chased them Thomas V. Duck who aro patients Training School. Morning Worship 11 a m. and Junior Choirs, .::30.A other Thursday afternoon Evening Worship, 8:00.: Prayer DESTROYING

the hostess, Mrs. home. In St Vincent's. Hospital Mr. and Mrs... O J. Andreu Training Union 6:30: p. m. place. for all ages. Nursery Rev. James Temple pastor Meeting, Wednesday. 7:30: YOUR HOME?

Wells served refreshments CIIUKCH ACTI\'1TI3S They appeared to bo Improving Mr. and Mrs. G W. Andreu Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer provided.'! Rev. Felder L. )0 m. -Rev. R. E. Bergstrom.
Starting May 3, meetings will satisfactorily Their and son were guest at a fish Meeting, Wednesday. 730.: DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooker] pastor
GraceIethodll be held on Tuesday evening. 9.45 Worship, 11 many friends wish for them a supper at the home of :Mr. Rev. B. T. Pe-avy pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m VREE
School : a.m.
The Lawtey Junior High quick recovery 'and Mrs. Cliff Ray, Earlton FINE LEVEL BAPTIST Morning Worship 11 a. m. BEULAII BAPTIST '
and 8 Prayer Circle INSPECTIONsar.eau4
a m. p.m ASSEMBLY:; OF GOD
PTA held its last meeting of Wednesday :Mr. an dlrs.t.: : L. Turner Beach Saturday In celebration Sunday School 10 a, m. i Training Union. 7 p. m. Even.
Monday 9 a.m.IYF: IIWAY CHAPEL Sunday School, 10 a. m
the term on Tuesday night were visiting relatives! and of their birthdays. Morning Worship 11 a. m. ing Service. 8 p. m. Rev.
8 p.m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m
Apr. 19. :Mr Bedell the principal friends InVest Florida duringthe Mrs G W. Roberts spent Weldon St. and Raiford: Pre-Servlces Booster I Band Lacy Conway, pastor. ,
1 Training Union, 6 30( m.
First Baptist: Sunday: : p.
showed a tape recorder week. Tuesday with ;Mrs. R, R. ThedeIn '
Road. Sunday School 10 Young. People, and Prayer I/ ,
School 10 a.m.Vorshlp, 11 a CIIURCII OF GOD Evening Worship. 7:31): Mt1-
and several other pieces of Mra. Jackie Phillips and Jacksonville. Morning Worship, 11 a.a.m'l' Service], 6 m. evening j
m. and 8 Training Union 422 N. St. ClaIr St., Starke. week Prayer Service. Wcdn'- '
equipment which he said had Kenny of Gulnesville, spent Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Worship 7 p. m. Midweek 539 E. Can :\ ;
7 pm.lIdweek: Service day, 7:30: ( m.- Rev n L
Sunday School 10 a m. p.
been made possible by funds| Saturday with her grandmother Services MondayFor Thursday Prayer Meeting 7:30: Service Wednesday 7:30: p. I
[ Wednesday 8 p.m. Worship Services( 11 a. m. and Taigart pastor :I 964396'i'i
from the new Federal I Mrs. Mae Wells. p.m. Young People's Meeting m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey pastor I
program. I Church of God: Sunday I Mrs B. Wilklson Jr. and Infant Martin Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy 7-30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday! I

Extension Homemiikers met School. 10 a.m.: Worship, 11 children of Jacksonville wer'o. Lightsey, pastor 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting,
at the home of Mrs. R E. Lee a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; YPK, Wed- Sunday visitors of :Mi. and Funeral services for Beverly CALVARY BAPTIST Friday" 7:30: p. m.-.Rev. L. S Business
I Our
Thursday morning, Apr. 21 1 nesday 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Mrs. B. L. Wilklson Annette Martin, 6-month-old NEW CONGREGATIONAL: Sunday School 10 a. m. Williams, pastor.PENTACOSTAl GLASS Thal'
and Mrs
Pete Shunck of Columbla- daughter of Mr. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Robert E. Martin of Lawtey, METHODIST HOLINESS! "If ICs Glass We Have It"
vllle. Mich and 1 Ed I Schunck Training Union, 6:30: p. m. r a
EMPIRE CONCRETE Inc. I of Knglewood: and Mrs Kreais! were held at 2 p. m. Monday' Revival services will be held Evening Service 7:30: Prayer Sunday School 10 a m CALL WRITE or VISIT
In Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
at the graveside Padgett
callIng Congregational
of Rlsingsun Ohio were at the New Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. GLASS NEED
in Evangelistic. Service 7 1 p. m. FOR ANY
Cemetery, Clay County 1
on friends Sunday after- Methodist Church, May m. -Rev. R. H. Butler pastor. '
LOCATED I IN STARKE INDUSTIUAI.lAnK( I noon. The Shunck brothers with Rev. Floyd Johns, deacon through May 8. Rev. F. A. Midweek Service Tuesday, We Design Modern Store Fronts ,.'
officiating. Ga. AIRPARK BAPTIST 7:30: p. m. Mack Mesulta
100-A were residents of Law ley about Stephens of Savannah
State For
45 years ago and stop The Infant died Saturday will bring the message. each Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. pastor. Just Mail Us A Pattern f

on passing through about night at a Starke hospital night at 7:30.HEILBRONN: I Morning Worship 11 a. m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Table Tops ;

once a after a sudden illness. She Evening Service 7:30: m.
year.Visiting p
Quality Concrete Mr. and Mi's. A. C. was born in Jacksonville on BAPTIST I Prayer Meeting Wednesday: I Sunday School 9:45: a. m SHEA'S GLASS CO.i'

Pearce over the weekend were Oct. 6. 1965.Besides : I Sunday School<<: 10 a. m. 7:30 p. m Training Union. Morning Worship 11 a. rn

Courteous Service Harold Sapp and son of Miami \. her parents she Id' Morning Worship 11 a. m. Friday 7:30: p. m.Rev.. E. L Youth Choir Practice Fellowship Thursday, 6 p., 7-30:m. S I- (NOT INC.) ,"'

Mrs. Ethel Seber and survived by four brothers and Training Union, 6:30: p. m. J
Efficient Equipment daughters of Fort Pierce, and seven sisters; paternal grandparents Evening Service!, 7:30. Mid Griffin pastor. I P. m. I 1313 N.wTIth PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2.4353'.I)

Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp and i Mr. and Mrs Carl week Prayer Service, 7:30: p. I '

Fast Delivery I Leslie of Jacksonville. Thomas of Starke: and mater- I m Weonesday.Troy\ Johnson .k

Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Pres- nal grandparents Mr. and pastor. I
cott and sons of Klngsley Mrs Vernle Padgett of Max- II I
PHONE f 615551Contractor's I Lake were visiting Mrs. Hattie vllle. SMYRN.IHISSIONAltY An investment in Your Future lr--

,I Darley, Miss Sinnah DeWitt C. Jones Funeral BAPTIST. CHURCH
!I cott. and'\lr.: aid Mrs pros-I Home was in charge of Sunday -1, ww1. fl fix & r-... ..
services II B33 W. Pratt St. S1 '

Bids Appreciated I Bennett and children- Sunday?i I =. I services m Preaching Union: Sunday, 6:15:, 11am.p.School m Evening Training 10 a'i I L ljM I y. iu' 1 IJJ-I) t: l1': u n: L I ALt Li] [k l I f rim IM iNHii k,am m JM te 1 n tfTT

Worship 7 p. m. Everyone
I! welcome. Elder T. C Williams -


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Sunday, May 1 Church Church I :
School 9-45: a. m. Morning I
Air Conditloning-lleating .ADIES' WEAR Office Equipment V
Beauty Academy Wor'shlp. 11am. Snack Sup-

RUSS PIKER per for MYF. 6pm MYF I d
Alrtamp POWELL'SAuthorized C her r Y.' Hancock Office meetings 6:30: p. m Evt'nlnll' PLANTS ,

Beauty Academy Worship 7:30: p m. ,. .
Heating & Air Conditioning Oalneiivllle'a Moot Fashionable
QUII'MENTSmithCorona Monday May 2-Olil Scout ry
Address For Ladles .
SHEET METAL Learn a Profession In Your Troop Meetings In FellowshipHall
Residential Commercial : Time -Autaortaed 605 at 3:13: No. 606 and WATERS. :
Spare Time. Full or Part DRESSES-SUITS-COATS : No. : ;
Industrial DealerSale.lnst1iationService at 4:30; No. 607 at 3:30: I a Tyr
CLASSBHLow Clary-Vl1 r-Totall* t
Commission on Education, 1 1 I
2702 N.E. 19th Dr. Terms Adding Machines Calculator. "
Tuition p. m. Methodist Men's Club The. church the tttd of i"
QalneH'l1Ie 37? 0714 SALESSERVICE- RENTAL plant faith waters and lilli the toil. } ,
executive committee meeting
219 N.W. 10th Ave. 7 W University Gainesville SAVE TMFrdiscua jour r* 730. Official Board meeting. ,, These the that ? ,r T
AUTO SAI.KS&SEKVICE qulrement with as firI.S28 art things a church can do and no more.. r
Gainesville 378-3703 y
8pm. v r
then God \ 'the love and life" .ntial.. yi
N. Main St.. OalnesvUi Tuesday WSCS executive provide -giving The R p.
i ,
Phon :1I1.IIMI) Ladles "r w .
CHAIN SAWS committee meeting In i (growth men depends. on the type of soli...Is ft barren... 1
: Bible Classroom. 9:30: a. m. I

FIAT A. & J. Saw PAINT & GLASS WSCS business and program II I mediocre.. .or fertile Your life with God will (grow "according 4 4to
IIIIXMAN .A. SUNBEAM Mobile] Homes, Inc. meeting/ !sanctuary 10 a. m
VOLVO & Mower Co. Wednesday Pilmary and your will and desire.

We Specialize In Joe Anderoun. MgT. New Moon-Pacemaker Liddell Paint & Junior Oholr practice, 3:15.:
BALES & SKRV1CK!: t Prayer Meeting. 7:30.: 'Blllu.d. it the. man that ualktth/ not In .the.. counsel of the .. '

factory Trained Mechanic 110m elite Chain Saws! Skyline-Klvlera Glass Co. Thursday Chanctl Choir t a, '
ungodly/ nor ttandith in the. way of/ sinners. nor ntleth i ifs y p N
1H CLEAN USED CARS SALES &. SERVICE CapellaCa.va.lIerZI.I rehearsal 7:30: p. m. s)

N. M.VLN., Repairs & arts All Makes KYANIZE_ PAINTS MADISON; STREET! the. teat of fie scorn/ul./ But hit delight It in the law of tht '
Down payment aa low as $100 Glass Mirror Blidlnt Ooon i

OalnetMU 972-4371 gravely! Triu-tor Salty Tub Enclosures Show BAPTIST CHURCH I Lord, and In hit law doth he meditate, day! and nigh And
4820( N.W. 13th St.-441 North May 1 is Homecoming at
A Service Door WuMtows AwnS.-
JEEP Gainesville 378-1340 Carpet Wallpaper 8tor- MaJIson: Street Everyone III''' hi. shall bt 'her, a tree planted by the rivers of water"
2022 N E, Blvd Gainesville Invited to bas
Ptdb of 1 Wheel Dm front Consultation. come bring a !
Phone 372-3S88:\
ket and fellowship with us.
RAMBLER Just Off Waldo Road Motorcycles-Scooters 118 NW Sixteenth 8$. Revival begins 8 and
May con-
GAINESVILLE 373l th. Onirtll. k MI WfoifiM ...m, \100 IMt' dF
.America Finest Economy Oar Streit's Bicycle I Shop tinues through the 15th ..,14,lot"ipfoodin*;I"*'.IM.,MIO ol, Ha .boo
BalM and Servle CONCRETE PRODUCTS Won't you make plans to attend l.t IMM..4..ol,Wi, domoml..,lot sty,lo ntftatN 4' ,
HONDA MOTORCYCLES: PET SERVICE ? l sal' I... iy i..ii... Mt Mit. .ibw. Hiiixirf""" r,
Ridgway Motor Co. Cushman & V Boosters ..
oa>a Sunday worship: Sunday ti'5\ e
1133 A. MaLI INSIST THAT ALL YoUR Ducatl-OSA-Zandan School 9,45: : a, m. Morning I e.wl, w .wrn, w .., 01 eh" ,nM. by
IRENE'S 4 .novoit 0"4 HH' Ifowlom h.iH n Mid 'w
ARE THE BEST FRond Motorcycles-.Sates fe Sel"vlooSCHWINN :f .. ....
GaiDMvllfe S72-8131 II r : ewe .N hvnl.hlr" phh. lhe. .".
BICYCLES Poodle SalonB CARD OF THANKS I d ... Mm.ulfli..pwit" ol>lo''e,_idould' nwpotl,
& G Motors Co. Edwards Building L0(('ksmith &: Safe W.k1ADILLACOLDSMOBIL I Words cannot adequately fi.! ... cad IM, Hw' uko.. ol,mo.. ..11".ol him0 -

818 W. University Ave. POODLE GROOMING; I express our deep appreciationfor i -10111"; t'' sill/ .../. !he.NI I,. ..,.... "n.1"" .......... '
: Supply I I Inc. n liu>
SALES St SERVICB pathetic acts that were such i "OMH"' || Mew Mb' .M.. "Imili' ."'uI

J'1Le Selection of Used Car 726 8. Main-372-4844 MOTORCYCLES Grooming and Supplies For great comfort at tho time of I *c.I Wo,......M dens. Hw.. Hulk' orhuk

Taken On Cadillac Trade GAINESVILLE. FLA All Breeds our recent bereavement. We ..u III h.. ew II ew Baled',
THECYCLE Toy Stud Service- wish to especially to thank Dr.j 'ItCs.
IOn N. W. 11th. RC 441 SHOP Puppies Far Sale : Barry and the staff of

PHONE S76-7919: ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC 620 S. Main I Bradford County Hospital. : ..... .., .....
NORTON BULTACO The family of Berry S. Dyal.
Gainesville) 372-0000

Motor Repair Co. .

BALES AND SERVICE Of GirinesvUle, Inc. SIONSWILLIAMS I Timber Wanted These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
Complete Service &: Part. ;
CLEAN USED CARS Repalring-Rewl.ndlnc j I
New & Used machines in stock
1031 S. Main Gainoflville New and Used Easy Financing Terms Neon Signs, Inc.I \I, Large or Small Tracts Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat Market

WORK GUARANTEED; Available y I I Competition will bring Exchange "YOUR HEALTH( I IS OUR AND COLD STORAGE

Phone 378-2136 1030( S. Main Gainesville\ 321 N.W. 8th Av*, "Sign Up With WUlhun t I! you more money MAIN CONCERN":' :\ \\'i. SMM| 'luli/e in C'uttom: Slaughter-

Gainesville 378-388O PLASTIC-NEON SIGNS Contact Fef'dFtrtlllu.-MH'd. Free Delivery Phone 961-tm' tng. Oittlnirupplng: -
Tropical 1 Pontiac Phone 372 8318 Poultry Equipment l'rel".1| For Ik''p Freeze:
Sales--Service-Maintenance I'UOSI" 964-8281
In c. Petroleum! Product SLADE GAS
FARM EQUIPMENT: YErueectilnAAlterations .
Distance 752-2431 (\\r rl .
Long 't\1f
O N T I A O Santa Fe Tractor Local Drayage 2720CNsEe2v0th Way Lake City. Fla. Bradford Abstract Co. and Appliance Center \\i: '-='\
MO NW. Sth Ave. Ooinesvlllf I OF STARKE. INC.
11'2-2&8001 Inc. Storage Packing |CratlniShipping Days 372-6O06 Nltes 376-5064: 158 W. CALL STREET
For fresh vision new Ph. 964.6881 Starke. Fla.DeWITT

CRANE FORD TILES & PAINTLlNCOLN1IERCL"RT approach new vigor, FUNERAL HOMES: I Ph. 9693XOI"Starke, Fla.

FREE ESTIMATES CALL vote for JOE Starke Ph. f 61-2600>
Farm Tractors oft Implements Edwards Grocery &
Authorized Sales ic Service Ford Industrial Machinery\ Keystone kits Charley E. Johns
COO B. University Gainesville HILL'S MOVING Tenney Tile & PaintPhone BOYDPublic Mkt. Ph. 473 Agency
372-4251: LANDROVER 4 Wheel DriveSALES
PARTS, SERVICE & Storage Inc. JOHNS-MANV1LLE TILE Service Commission Groceries-Meats-Feeds
Crane's ImportsVcdvo 131 Walnut Ph. 9414-0301
Shell ServiceCARL
4488 N.W. Sixth Calneavlll 9340 N.E. Waldo Rd. Vinyl Vinyl Asbestos-Asphalt Group 2 Gas & Oil ( F. F.R.-\L INSfRXNCETfolxxly :
(Mercedes-Benz) Gaine. vllle 372-4271 Floor Finishing Product. (Dem. Primary) Ph. 964-2182 Starke. Fla.Loudon's HURST But Nobody I'nilriwlbs.

FIAT-HILLMAN Phone 376-2548 Floor Machines-Gym Finish (Pd Pol. Adv Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 961.6111 (hurley K. Johns Agency

2201 N. Main Gainesville :MUSIC I i
2222 N.W. 8th St. .. Merle Norman
Phone 372-4173: GARDEN SUPPLIES Gainesville 378-13O2 ."" j LACY CONWAY Walker's Shell Service

LIPHAM MUSIC I I tSPROTECTOR Cosmetic: Studio & Beauty Shoo American Service Station -

AUTO SALVAGE Johnson & Paris, Inc. Co. Inc., TRAVEL I: ... \ If 117 Your S. Thompson Hair I
Paul's Auto Salvage You-You Should Be Coming To I'*. Conway "'Ivl'f, "Ser U-e Auto Garage
Complete Line of VAL LIPHAM House of Travel MERRITT H.WILLIAMS Instruction; Ph. U ..-. We Buy Wrecked Cat At SEEDS-PlANTS- INC.
PIANOS OKUANS-DRUMS Starke "66" Service

.All MaJie .. Models Deed IDUcldPd SnppwM Guitars and Amplifier AIRLINES! PARTS SERVICE
Walnut St. BILL EDWARDS Homemade Donuti Pizza
Service We Will 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader SHEET MUSIC R. R.! Brake Service Vhl Balance Home Cooked :Meal
Teletype find Any Part For Too.OttloenW 224 NW. 8th Av*. Hotels! Car Rentals I Phone 96.-5391etsbV. ..... Wheel Alignment 630. N. Temple I Avenue 136 E. CALL ST.

I78-4J11 PHONE 372-0470 Gainesville Shopping Cote 3415 W. University Ave. :i _tIM. Y.wru Osalsal I en N. Temple Ph. 964-8881 Ph. 961.7721 Tour; Patronage Appreciated.I'nto

Ml M.' real Stock Yvd t I AeVW.. Fl*. 872-5333: OJne4VlU 378-1601 l



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PAI1K CltillTKN: IIK/UWUUI l.'tWlOIiI'I'"! 'l'IL"HU"!: : MTAKIth./ FLOftIlA THURSDAY. i

I .. Uvmvvv'v..vvvvvvvv' hello and probably a short version programs all have the forting words visits delicious I

good-bye! We did v.slt "Tho 57 Bradford Farms ReportedIn Lame basic objectives that is, I foods, and many other icmembiances. -

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home INDIAN BEACH 'III'IU em we like to refer to to help educe the surplus .
It. The! children were out of feed Grain Diversion Program cGii.iujjltles involved, thus: J A special thanks In Di T Q.Rilcli rihT

STARKE-PHONE 961.2600 schuol for a I long w ekenl. so .stabilizing! farm p>';''tea whlll for his tieaunent. care r

Luke{ Santa Fe) we went up w Verbtnna Ala. Biadfor.j/ County {aimers' I'nun provisions. ae I the pjitlcipat.iiK at the same time asHUiliu and words of encouuueinent

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473.3176 Dirt rata F. Miller, Sr. I and v.ilted our relatives Mr. pait.'clpatlon!' Intentions under : farmers(! c.nslll'rcd::. i roii'jtiiners of au ample supply that sustained and "su:ongthen-

r99999999999Y999999Y9YII and ar.s.; O. O. Oaylor. Sr. and: the 1906 voluntary diversionand ell<:1ble: for program. bens i.!alirs of food and fibre products! at ed Herbert in his la.t days.

Rental Services :\is.: Mildred Gay lor and:! family price;: yuppoit: t programs for :: Chaprrnn revolts: t'nt! ''i: I reasonable prices. We /are deeply indebted to
am writing this v: On our retain trip we feed grain have been reortcdby : Intended: tioiratlon: In 11 Rev. W. A. Hogan 101 his visits -

HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS wondering if I eekend-j' stopped;: : off In Montgomery fora June S. Chapman ASC3 1906: teed rain p"wim !statewide t CARD OF TIIXNKS: prayers words ot comfort
SLEPT through same I Ii
calls brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. County Office Managei Th! exceti,'i last .sear's pnitlclputlnn Thank you. Dear Friends:! and the beautiful cnurcii ser

CRUTCHES during the early Bill Ledbetter and Mrs The-: slgr.-up: ended: recently at the Figures! reVased: ky) for your thoughtfulness! and vice.May
It. Yuu see, "e trek one of i
I God bless earn and:
i ma Norris and son.: Thehlg'1 r- ASCS county office the! ASCS State office In many kindnesses shown uscluii.ii '
those quick trips; up to Ala- light to that trip Is l always the A total of 57 farms signet: Gainesville show that 7.074 : : the illness and loss of every;: one of you nW: and:! always -

TRAVEL. AGENCY bama over the weekend' !, got 'visit with Jack's you;.; cousin: an Intention to divert 1.508 farms are enrolled and Inttrtd on loved one Heroeit Lasm ,...- The family of HerbertL.

homo In the wee hours of Peiry Glenn JI)1"I'1'I111; :) Is deaf acres'' from piodjctlon of feed to divert 217,157 acres!!! from I : Speer. Your prayers! gav Speer. -.atI ,
For Full Information and Reservations S. S. hanseatlo Monday: morning and! hive: I
on blind and speechess: He Is /grclns during lOSfl. These fend main production !In 1900 us strength(! and cartage,,! when:
CKriSES! AIRLINES SHIPS-HOTELS not sufficiently: caught up on such u marvel to be a'ound: farms may earn diversion pay- I Un-'ev the 1965!) r program O.BSfl we needed it most! and: your

BILL AND LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN our sleep(! yet so a sleepy Uio. you Just want tJ stay until ments on J.004 acres;: and will farms: diverted 1 314.106 aces I I cams of sympathy were Indeed Keep HUNTLEY

I you wear your' welcome be eligible for price tmynoit' on from production. j 1 a great consolation. I.I State Representative

1oc4'zew-'X'd&asd Keep HUNTLEY out! It Is unbelievable! that one their pro-action,::': of feed( grains The county office mana"er We shall be ever grateful Pd.
( Pol. Adv i
State Representative I so handicapped could! make' on the base acreage;: not diverted explained that the :annual di- I for the beautiful flowers ('omI I 1 I
yen come away so humble ando under the piogiam The
60 1 )aura St. S36374 Travel. lno. I (Pd. Pot Adv.) .-, amazed at a1! he ten do. maximum acreage tnat any 1 =---------- -- -- I

He misses so little-even the farm can divert !is 50 per! cent '
-- -= = -- conversation In the visit, how of the farm's feed grain base

much the chlllre.i: have and at least 20 per cent must The One Candidate For Seat 25 Who Can Best
bIREC1dRAfrllltUl grown: what has happenedwith : be diverted to parli-'lpate
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS 1''. C.'s pilia( condition: Under the program pirtlclputlnK -

and the display of Items he farmers ngree to limit

has made for his Income since their 1966 production of corn Represent Ail 24 Counties

the last visit that It makes me to the base acreage not diver
HEARING AID PET'RIIOP know I should liana! my headIn tf.'C'I110Y\ must also ipalnta'.n'!

ANTIQUES For Best In Hearing: SeeSONOTONE-- TilE shame for grumbling at my the diverted acreage In approved -
petty misfortunes! conservation os.ec. No JACKSON
Bought Sol)1- Appralned .
Furniture --China Glass Kongo Pet Shop In trying to catch you up, crop may be harvesiej mom

Sliver Brass Oil Paintings I'oodle.hJt! "e-I.IL..n... Mrs Jo Stmnbe'g; called the diverted acres>t"i' dmlnsj i NASSAU sGADSDEN
POODLE r.ROOJ.INO twice\ with different arU-les the entire year and It mav
One Piece or a House Full OF JACKSONVILLE: Sweaters Collars Tugs I and she hlhad h .r, share: of not be used for gin/li between ,

Pet Supplies company but from nil she got April 14 and l>.tuber! 15. (0 ( HAMILTON BAKER ..

Ina Ward Antiques "The Str ngest arid Smalleet Bird*-Flail. -Hinnitpr.* done, she must admit they In addition the fai m', normal; I CALHOUN LEON' ,Q'

3572 St., Johns Ave. Hearing Aid In the World" Dally) & Sun. 10-6 P.M. were welcome. Her gran"i- amount 'of other coir+ervatIon\ MADISON m

Closed Tuesday daughter. Miss Dorotny Butlerof use acreage must! be 'n"lntaln'ed j
Jacksonville 387-1370 Only Co. Hearing Aid Mode 8939 Herlong Rd. Normand! Ormond: Beach and her In conserving uses; Only: SUWANNE6. 3
full Collect 22 West Monroe Section friend Miss (':Margie Rmmons after full compliance, : \ with pro- LIBERTYWAKULLA OIAFAY a

W. Jacksonville 731-2SOO of Daytona Beach visited several -
Auto Sales' & Service Jacksonville 353-1463 days recently They spent I TE (_ BRADFORDAY

WESTSIDE PIANOS-ORP.ANS rcmp of their time "ntiquln1' I II what they fished fort!
a desk that had< belorv-cd to I Mia.: Tom Norwood broughther TA LOR

Volkswagen, I Inc. nODDY SHOP .I Dottle's gieat- urnn_father, 5 grandchildren home uhh I A4.... GILCHRIST fall
+ Mason St Hamlln Pianos
AUTHORIZED DEALER Aunt Jo's sons Charles and her over the long vacation
+ Hammond Organ Paul and their families! all of I weekend from J.l.ks.m..l11e.1: 'S.? rjALACHUA'PUTNAMFRANKLIN

Sale Parts HOBBY SHOP, I Inc. Jacksonville have been down They all returned: to theirhome I 'DIXIE

NrrvJic Body Shop + Magnavox Organs recently also and you never on Sunday OiaaJmotlicr |II

saw !so much work get( donemakes too--to babysit while<
of I
A Complete Line
Open 8 am.8 p m.9pm. You Get A Good Deal) At-
we neighbors want toinvite her daughter Mis. Alma EJJy:\
:I Sat.-Closed Sunday
Boat & Airplane Builders Sup- I is a trip fur a lew LEVY
1100 LANK: AMI. MOUTH them to see( lo'! away on {
Mr and! Mrs Doyle Janus! ,
Phone Jacksonville 384-3441
olles--Specializing In RaF. O. MILLER Jays.The
.!:oflj! () spent; the past wee'c' in Orlando Chuck Pardecs have
"" While there the visited l head J fiom son Clucklc K
Parrish Motors dio Controlled Models "Tfcp awed a.*.P.M.. WJackaont ....1.. -
with Dorothy's: sister. Mr. and seems he has been woundedsome / --

arid Equipment\ Ills Mrs Johnny Brl)!.' ear and motar shell In his back- : I

SALES Open Evening till 9 P.M. fomllv They helwd; their only thing Is--over there this ELECT, *
SERVICE Lye fl'lends. the Callalrms: bulM happens so much that It is not

PARTS 602 So. Edge wood SAWS sfm cabinets for their cabin considered "wounded"1! I thinkI oys -

JacKsonvllle in the Ocala Natloml Fares am on Mother Pat's side in
32 Years As A Dealer 38886112PEARSON'S I !
and plan to meet them there this dtal. Just hopi:.;tt for the PECKYOUR
Always Good Used Cars ta ED
for installation soon. All of best for Chuckle! P ;
f/21/ Laura St. Jacksonville Saw & KnifePhone I
fen's & Weal
356-5634 Doy'a these genial couples have Well. I hope I have not left

som" grand get-tosethers at out too much this week -
Clothe for Men au SALES & SERVICE
Automatic TransmissionQuality Since 1919" this cabin so help !Is a community I please call If I did and.I shall STATE SENATORSEAT
ALL TYPES:! OF SAWS protect.Mr be glad to Insert your news at

Automatic + Van Heusen Stetson Hats Ave. I aim.: Mis. Owen Bryant I the top of the column next ( 25))
5027 Broadway week. Until then--don't take
had their daughter, Mr. an1
Transmissions & + McGregor Gold Cup Sox Jacksonville EV 4.3181 II Mrs. Frank Lo't,1 sse and I I I any wooden:! nickels. i? -I'M. FOR UP-TO-DATE EDUCATION ;

Motor Exchange ; dnu/ hters over on Sunday for I i j
Oomplete Formal Wear Rental
BIG DDDYVALT I SEWING MACHINES\ dinner with them. The Lagas- Keep HUNTLEY
se's eldest!! daughter. Brenda!'I v

Remanufactured Transmissions the ,|ounqllen'SShop( ACT ZIGZAG wl'l' be one of the models In I State Representative AgriculturalBusiness Civic Leader
Motors SINGER Belk-Llndsey of Gainesville I Pd. Pol. Adv",,)
By Quality Craftsman :340 Main Corner Duval ,Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet fashion show on Saturday I
3383 VV Beaver Sk JacHaonyille,, Sold New over $300 April 30 and Aunt Bea is alii I I- .... .P.
Per Mont)
BaL $3.00
Jacksonville 384-1035 $72 or
aglow with due grnt.dmotheily I
.---...... --
pride, .. .
TAMPERS: MOTORCYCLES Ideal Sewing Center -....
The Brvants. Mrs. Evelvn
Cribbs Campers H 0 .NDAMOTORCYCLES ALL MAKES Scales of Keystone Heights EXPERIENCE
New and Used Mac:>lnel I and I were among the many ,II i THINGS DONE
+ DeJ-Rey Campera 1 848 Cassat Ave I friends in Waldo last Thurs- !i

All .Iodets-Nothlnlt Down Jacksonville 389-3071' day/ for the funeral of our
+ Shasta Trailers Merchants Green Stamps: I god friend and former neighbor -

+ Skamper Convertibles Open 8 A.M. to ,,7 PM. TRACK SERVICE I Turner Robert Brooker. I I
We understand our good I i
TrutlPN. 8 A.M. P.M. '
-Bank FlnuiirlnfMua to 6 :
friend Mrs: Dick Hilliard hasbeen
San Juan Ave. Saturday and Wednesday Charley /
RAY'S (! In the bed. It seems she s
Jacksonville! 388-0343 /end Dick went to Okeechobee rr:
MOTORS & CYCLES TRACK SERVICL I on some business but had to I E.

CHAIN h SAWSMidclleburg 4949 Blandlng Blvd. return sooner than plannedfor 4 1t ,
Jacksonville 771-8X44 Portable Track Press Service Frances was cumlrg down I Johns '

ChainSaw Welding with this "bw?" then She IsliP I
and around a little! now rd
Sales :MUSIC Used Bulldozers & Crawlers and we hone her improvement \

II 01: H' LIT E Well Keep 'em RolHns"Monev continues for it is Just not' ., kr4r \

Makin' Chain Saws Paulus Music Co.. 7287 \V. Beaver right to think of Frances being )ulii SIltIarr.
about this: question:
HAIJCS! : & SERVICE Jarkiomlllr 38R-4B21) incapacitated I .. .
Parts and All Makes Band & String Instruments
Repair As per usual. Ray Griffin Is "Our home was insured -

Toro Rt. 21& Yaroo Middlehur Power 282-5050 Mowers: Gibson Guitar & Amplifiers TROPICAL FISH on the(! fish trailHe. has taken I for $10,000 when it burn S 111111 ; %1

.> School SuppUes-IlUltruction nevprul! parties with iiim lately ed to the ground. A similar -
and they have done well. lie
MERMAID home will cost $16,000to
ELECTRIC MOTORS Roberta Recorders: I took John Metcalfo of Keystone -
AQUARIUMS Heights lour area game build at today's prices.

Peavy Brothers + Mu lo Library-Expert warden) with him recently I Could we have had fire insurance

Repair Department Complete Aqunilum Sui'plle. and you can test as \iied! t they to pay therFULL.REPLACEMENT
Electric Co.iriJECTRIC Imported Fish All SpritesCALL did NOT com in vlth over : VALl'Kof : I ('ongrea.nuu. % I). It. (Ulll>') MutthewH! IIUM nerveil. for 13
41 W. Monroe St. I. >eurn' In Congress and I U,
now u niemlier of the powerful
OR COME: BY the limit! Oils Browning of In his words .
own .
: MOTORS our home instead of .\II.ruI.rlutl..n.l | ( ..mmilt.... There I I.* no substitute for
Jacksonville 335-8447 Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 p mveneratorsStarters Plant City took a few days off .
Cold! Serv'oed' Repaired/ tin a'I'c.ri..I1. .
: the depredated value? | e Ruined ilnrlnic 88." years of effective
Sunday 2 to 6 pm. away from his work end:! slipped -
work ;
S310 Bead Blvd I Here's how C51n-ricnce| get i thing il.jne-Keep Hilly Matthew
Alterations We Order Any Fish. AvalUbl.: ,, I up needless to say he got I Charley! E. John Congressman I In ('onKresitOTK ?
Armature Kcwlndlnf Jacksonville\ 398-3091 943 S. EdKewood Ave. plenty of fish. On Griffin.. Matthews
stands "
1 I the
4044 Lenox Ave. Jarksonl1\11.\ 1111-0404 I Buck'es: fishing outing, they Agency on \ TO KEEP \TTIIE\\S!! IN CONGRESS!!
., UI\IOC'lC.\1'IC:: i'KIM: .\KV :MAV 3:
even "fished' a member of theparty
Jacksonville 3117.2528JUSJCIniltruments: WESTERN STORE I 131 S. Walnut St. important issues of today:
out of the lake so fishIng I'aiil politicul uiUertlsenii-nt pull for by the Ialth.'uf..r
.1 HAS been good-no matter PHONE 964-0201) ConirreHw ('OIUIUIt te....


BON MAR Music Center Western Store NATIONAL, liKHNSi) : .:: "I have supported, every SOCIAL!\ !SKCI'KITVl: : am proud to have voted
iiKn.siinilelunifl. tll( km> > nation. uiul
| our strong for the Social !Serurltymemlmen' U of 1905 thatInireuMml
Fender Gretach Vox Guitar I to urik! \nicrlcit with all the In the
ucnponH. I the benefit,
FABRIC SHOP "Where You'll Find Everything Ttiinliif| ( to the employment
inilitmy' arsenal to inukt .lit the trongmt military .
King, Hatten and Selmer' For the Horse SCOTT I furor In the ,,,.rlol." l/enn.,"retirement nod diHulilllty of our mentor rlt-
Complete Line of Enthusiast" i I

Band Instruments II I STATKS KKillTSImTlnic; : my 13 >'PIIM In ConIU"SISJoS"I: .Nil Inn: "1 helic\e the free enteiprNv -
FABRICS NOTIONS Western Clothing Leather grrns. I hive \oti-il, .
I ronsNtfiitly to keep with this \ ,system U the lest the and work
Ludwig, Sllngr rland: Roger way
McCall & Simplicity Patterns goods. Saddles and Trailers 1 stales tlu.H rights not .|..Illfiilly\ grunted to the In the, world.... Every businesss mall hut the right

846 Cosset! Ave. Drums Charles .&Editewood Sharon Petty Ave. 1-Vtlentl. KoMTiunc-iit" by the Constitution." t... earn a fair profit and I .believe In the right

Rental & Repair on ALL Jacksonville 381-1310 KELLYFOR I I AOlUCtLTfUKt. u member I of the Coin nil It- uf free labor to receive just compensation"ter
JacksonvilleOpen Agriculture.. .. I have hero the ro-ituthnr of
C'ONsEItVATIO.V{ : 1 have always wh'c".1 l the
400 MAIN ST. niiinj |j\\" thut .benefit, fanner. uh an the }'.od .
er\ittton of
9 A.M. to 6 P.M. l>re our natural resources. I have been
JaCksonvUle! 353-0935: : WELL DRILLING Stamp! I'rogruni. The Lt-u.<> and| Transfer of Tt- the co-author, of lilll. promoting/ water rem-ann,
biufii ,','r..u"II..tm..nl..., Soil Conservation and
uiitl-polntlon of air and water, and the developlueiit -
FLOOR COVERING !Screworm Krj: OPTICIAN PARTRIDGELooking to build and maintain. u higher level of income -
FOR for the farmer of Klnrlda.

for Well Drilling Co. I .:CATION: "I have proponed a plan. In Con-
BennettDalyOpticians cress. fur the return to the state, of certain Federul
better. carpet,? Income Tn\e.. to he lined. for raishin' toiKhcrs'HiilarleH I
Inc. Complete Electric Water I +
visit anti pro lillnir funds. to Improve our S4hool*
J Lenses lupIl;) .ed Accurately Systems without federal' Interference.. '
;jZ./U and Promptly IRRIOTIOV 7

H4 MOGAH. 4.vi.,... Only the Finest In Quality FII.V FINANCING VOTE TO KEEP MATTHEWS
md rrmerlptlMi Service 8880 Hyde Grove A VI.
24 West. Davit St.
PRONE 343-4151 Jacksonville 353-1833 Call (Collect 389-1438 (Pd Pol. Adv.) DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3

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