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: May 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03686
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Residents Ask 5-Year Terms i Cubb Approves

RestrictionsEnforcement Te1, & k. 3 On ProbationFor

f Tzpi J& Low-Income Group
I _, Leila's B&EThree i

Several residents ot Laic _
Involved lithe : charged with receivIng stolen
Bedford persons
to the County presented Commission a petition at ; burglary of Leila's Dres sl property, all pleaded! Kullty. Health Aid Plan

r ;. Shop lait December (6ert I \ The'! case of Diane Ruth<
Its meeting on May :3 s askin, placet. on probation for live Hardy. 17, charged with

for the county' assistance In J years in Circuit Court lien breaking and entering in the ,

enforcing: restrictions In Lake t : Monday.Lee same theft, did not come up ; Plans to proceed with the preparation of a comprehensive i

Bedford Shores subdivision. I Nell Moorer.' 17, Monday: health project for members of low-income

L. C. Adorns spokesman for charged with breaking an: I I According( to: City Police I Randy Johns families in four counties were approved at a member-
.J enteiing. and Marlon Oleni 'Chief BIU Roiser. the three
the said that a loroomduplextype i Economic here Tues-
group meeting of CUBB Agency
.i foime hal with them at the,
,(," [IPeeWeel: ) Crews. I women : "
building from Fla Starke policeman mid Ptilclu : time of their nnestnost of Heads Jaycees day night.

vet Village at the Unlverait ,- Ann Haip I'. :2'i: bull:> I the stolen Items, valued tit The four counties represented in the organization

of Florida had been moved tithe I t '. alou.\'! $300), I Randy Johns was elected. are Clay, Union Baker, and Bradford.The .

lake by one property own Ariestfd on Wednesday! president of the Starke, Jaycees CUBB membership also i I _ _

er. He said the owner woul I t County May Be Dec 8, two days !following at a meeting hold here authorized P. T. Nolin, director Mr, Nolin to assist the Starke

not have brought In this tyn ., the theft, as they were dilvIng Monday night. Other ofl1c'rselecte.d of the agency and the county City Council and the Bradford

building unless he planned to( ;::1' .. '\ down\ Washington! Street, at this 'time were" : health departments of thefour County Recreation Committee -
rent and ,that thin would be the women had with them James internal with
Forced To VVilllam.s. counties, to proceed in ef foi is to prepare a project
a violation of restriction ... ''': :. ; skirls. blacks, dre&ses and vice president; Norman l
which limited the subdivision .:, ,,; ""No : f1' sweaters\ along with other chic, external vice president, : Health Aide Pilot training PI'O- tion facility in the area of
to Bingle.-fsmJly dwellings. \ ", ,. ... uitl.-k'.s. all stolen (I'omLi'lIa'I' "'rankVlIlIam>l, secretary: ; would be to
,; This prelect RJE High School.
......... 2tr t _. __ .. Run AmbulancesThe tiruin.
Adams said that summer I Irvun Covinglon, tiviuturer, ; tinln men and women over 45 Noun report! that appar-
renters would disturb permanent Linn CulNon, left. mill \lrull Helken are Mhowii, with Instructor (uinry Gardner. Crews' was arrested Chris Parker state director; ynnr.s of aue' to work II!> home ently nil details have been,

residents and would de I .and the trophies they won UH memlx-rit of the Bradford High Automotive Mechanic posiblllty that the county through Information that Harold Godwin Handy Iowan health! aides, These trainees worked out with the Atlanta

predate the value of property; flaw. .at the Trouble Shooting Content npoimored.. by the Plymouth ('onqinny.| might be forced Into the I turned up timing* the Investigation directors. would be members of low-in- office I legarding the summer

in the subdivision. The two BuS studentHun second |iluce In the North Florida Division. They ambulance business at some The new officers:/ will be Installed comp families Each trainee Head Start program!! for Bradford : -

Commission Chairman Jerome I .hail. to find .and correct 15;' iiuHfiuiHInu.. In .a I'ljnioiitll.. motor. Tlie, Hum I I..* now time In ..the future was on June 3. would be in a class conducted\ County. The eightweekesllion ;

Johns said the request putting on a drive to earn money to buy tuoli. .* .und. equipment. ; they. wou their _-- brought before the County Bradford Tops It was announced' that, Dor- I bv .n. public health nurse ansi Is scheduled to begin:
would be turned over to County othy NewHome, Bradford High would receive $1 or $1.25 an June 20..
did place\ trophies. iiwliig .rrowed> tooli. \ Commission at its meeting Area CountiesIn School senior District 3
Attorney Gene Shaw foi was
last Thursday. I hour during the one-year period Lloyd) Hampton general u-
study and recommendation. Notification was received Sales Tax Gain winner in the Merit Teaching tralrlng uervlsor of Union County
: of on-the-job
The Commission apP"ovedthe BHS Students Are Ace MechanicsTwo from DeWitt C. Jones Funeral" Scholarship contest sponsoredI InstructedOne Schools.) reported that he had
I Continued On Huge!! Three I The group also
request ''Of County Sa.nl. Home that-following a reo'enttrend Bradford County showed the submitted a Head Stall projectfor

tartan: Jack Trawtck that he Bradford High School at BHS under Instructor Quincy Lively Technical School, Tallahassee !- by funeral homes-there I largest percentage of !gain! in Union County.

advertise for bide on a fogging student mechanics. Virgil Gardner.. ; Lincoln High School was a ,possibility that It would sales tax collections for Aprilof In Circuit CourtForgery In other buslnes. piocedures

machine according to Hal ken and Linn Oolson, won Winners of the contest were Tallahassee; RosenwalU High give up the operation of an any county In the area. were adopted for the equitable

specifications set up
State Board of Health. Tra Plymouth Trouble Shooting Brandt of Terry Parker High Washington High School, Pen- other arrangements could be month totaled $22,328, 01 again among the four participating

wick Mid the machine waj, Context Friday at Florida A School of Jacksonville!, As sacola. Illade.I of 21\.91 per cent over the Case counties

needed and would cost around and At University's Bragg North Florida champions To earn money to purchase Rising costs of operatior $18.31488 total for April 1903

J2.MO. He added that fogging Stadium in Tallahassee.Helken Brandt and Wade will go to tools and equipment the auto- I and losses sustained.. by non- Alachua County showed a Cficrs. Schaefer

operations for the control ol 1 and. Colsoit took less Detroit :Mich., June 20-22, to motive-mechanics class will collection for services rendered 13.04 gain Baker County a

mosquitoes would start thiswe.ek. time and made fewe mistakes compete In the. National perform complete tune-up: were given as the reasons 4:07: gain Clay County a 3.44 Ii Gets 2 YearsTwelve Commander Ot
..t.h1Uall but one team from I ble Shooting Contest and other> mechanical work on 1 for. abandoning the service gain. nnd Union County a

Commissioner Zedra Haiti even North Florida high select .the country's mottt talented private vehicles from 8 a. m. Funeral homes in Gainesville 13 38 decrease.

ilton asked ,that the Bl'QOkerarea schools in-finding and repairing school boy auto me<'.han- to 2 p. m. Thursday and Friday plan to give up ..their ambulance Florida's overall rain for faced man Eddie Lee Stone,'I Legion Post

,be Included In the pro- 15 malfunctions] beneaththe ics. In the national finals they May 5 and 8, and next service, by June 1, and the month was 19.91 per cent. defendants 1 23, was sentenced to two yearsIn J

gram. 4\opd of an automobile will have a chance at. J16J.OO< .Monday through, Saturday several others In the stut Bradford's gas tax collections Judge John A. 11. Murphretas the State Prison' at Bailor Charles .7, Schaefer was

May 19 was set as the 'datl The boys trained for the'"fcon- In soholaiahlp awards which May 9-14. at the Automotive have already done so. also showed an Increase th3 Spring Term of Circuit after pleading guilty to two elected Commander of

for opening bids on the ma teat with borrowed equipment can be. used to continue their Shop behind the gym at BHS. Conunlsaloners Dave Shu I from $31.92909 for( April 1965 Court opened In Bradford cases of forgery and uttering ican legion Post 36

chine. end cars auppUed by Hawes-I technical studies. The tepalrs will be done as ford and George Roberts were< to $60 76054 for April 1906. County Monday a forgery./ Stone was sentenced meeting/ here Tuesday ,

Commissioner Hamilton saId Powers Motor Company of Other schools competing in i I part of the students' training named 03 a committee to, to two years on each of the Other officers t.> Amer'j'j
that he and Road Superintendent Gainesville.The the contest Friday were, Stanton I program although regular I study ..the situation and:! report -; two counts but they are: to run this time were: Bill

R. E. Jones had Inspected two are students In an High School Jacksonville; rates will! apply.Heavy at the next Commission j / 'concurrently.He vice commander: R. C.

the high-water conditions at automotive-mechanical class I II board meeting. Is now serving time In 'er. 2nd vice commander:

Lake Geneva and that their ': ,'ei-r Leon County for laicp-ny of an I Olssv. finance officer. John

suggestion ia that the lake 2 Cows Killed Tag DeadlineIs --- : '-i'A' automobile and has been Grew historian; George Oro-
level might be lowered by reducing Only InjuriesIn I! Rains : / chanted with grand larceny ver, sergennt-at-arma: : George

,the flow ""Into: Brooklyn I Pierce executive committeeman -
Lake by a, dam. on. UM. canal 3 Wrecks, FHP ReportsTwo i Soak Bradford May 20 t % i and lentenced.unto theft to six before.months He to wat five ; and A. L. Crosby Jr.,

connecting It with Magnolia veuis In 19H2 for auto theft.W service officer!

Lake. unlucky cows killed from the road across the : Over WeekendBradford Floit.a drivels have just one L Thigpen Jr. pleaded The new officers will begin

In other action the board: when struck by a car on SR- south ditch. The wreck occurred more week, until FrMay May guilty withholding\ supportHe their duties July 1.
-Received a complaint from 18 near Hampton not the i at 12:23: a. m. last I' County had: a wet 20 to purchase license their tags!!, Tax w..." ordered to pay $15 per It was announced that the
a resident In the Sampson wortit end of three wrecks reported -I F'lldny. May 6. automobile week to a minor child Post has been alloted an Increase -
weekend with almost six Inch-
Creek area stating that the :! during the past week Belote's Corvette ''eft SR- i Collector J. R. Kelly warns. Belcher whc from three to four In
llem Benton ,
cleaning out of the creek by the Florida Highway Pa 100 8.7 miles south of Starkeat : es of lain falling In the county i, The tax collector's offlc had previously y pleaded guilt the number of boys who canattend

would mean the removal of 1-4S p. m. Sunday. May 8.According I, durln? a three-day period. will remain: open after 5 p. mtomorrow. moonshine I Florida Boys State. JimOod'Wln
l fo possession! of a
trees and change In the trol.Hit I during Friday May 13. for has been selected to
by a 1960 Chevrolet sedan to Trooper W. E.Sundbergs Heaviest rainfall came I till wns pliiri on probation
beauty of the area. Commissioner I those who are unable to purchase ittend with the other BHS
driven by F.ankle De ]I report Belote lost a 24-hour period (from 8 a. for I tlnee years
Roberts said during regular
George lano Loper 31, of Starke. thj control: and the car ran off m. Sunday to 8 a. m.1.: .>ndolY. tags tpn'e Investigations Juniors previously announced: :
would stop at I I hours. The office will Pre en McLeod.
the operation working Dale Crosby Wayne
animals drained\ 190 the toad skidded sideways, -
two wele when 3.7? Inches \were measured ordered In two cases\ arte
the Hated.Approved "until they quit were ( Sanderson The
area also stay open qnd Mania
feet. The two cows were dead crossed the ditch and! went I at the New Rl.er 'lie tow- iccelve:
the final day. May Utlt,>" pirns> were d
sheriff comlnK" on Starke Shrine Club has )oln
deputy totaled. before! coming Hill!]
and Leper's car was I throuwh a fence er, 3.5 Inches at Louis Abernathy pleaded
bonds for a. J. :McGriff. Jr., with damages estimated at to rest In an uptight pos; 1 1Won. I Highland I and 1.9 l.iches at 20. Shell\ :Mack to two charges posses- with the Rotary Club the Clv-
Walter Muhlhofer of Key- looking for a Itan Club and Post 56 In
and treated Injured weekending "We're not .
$600. but Loper was Belote was not Santa: Fe. During the lon of a moonshine still and
stone Heights. I and released from the. Brad- Crews was traveling: north I' Monday mOl nlnll. New rush" but we mlsht have one. }', --Heard Clerk Charles Darby Hospital. His 6.1 Inches Kelly said. But he credited! the The Post plans to sponsor a
ford County In the southbound traffic i River measurej ( of ma.-h and fermented whiskey -
report that, the Fine & was. the only Injury tu anyone I i| lane of U S. 301 last Wednesday Louis Hill, 6 90 Inches. and:! I Bovernor's 30-day extension Graham Remembers Tabernacle of more" than one per cent Junior League baseball team,
FOI'felture Fund Is in good the previous deadline again this Details are
the three wrecks from year.
Involved In
May 4, at 1 p m. 59 Santa Fe. 4 0 Inches. alcohol Dempsey Lany Flabyentered
shape and that income from 'with giving a big boost to being worked out and practice
In other wrecks two cars I miles south of Stark! when I The 50-year average fur the a guilty plea to a
that source Is higher than it I purchae.s. Over 500 plain. the Dr Billy Graham world At the ''time of his nppenr- I time and game schedules will
collided when James Eurnle his 1953 Ford station wagon I entire month of May Is 2.72 chanc of bigamy.
was a year ago. Gainesville Volkswagen I biggest seller. have gone since fumed' evangelist.\ preached ance In Sturke Billy Graham be published soon.
of 1963 -
Crew 67. wasgoing collided with a Inches. Evelyn
for Mrs.
After the meeting Road north In the south- station waon Damage i then he said.Special. one of his first\ sermons nt the : was one ofI HtiKlont team! I Attorney American Legion school
Only one fire wus reportedby Jenni'lte( Odium of Tampa
Foreman Jones said that the bound traffic lane cf U. S, was alight and nobody : the Florida Foieit Servlciduilngc Gospel Tabernacle In Btaikosome from Florida Bible In tltutenow with Introducing: awards will be given again thIs

Morgan-Church House Road Is 301 and damages totaled $500to : was injured but Clews\ did I the past week with Forces i 3() years ago. -- Trinity College nt St I drugs chained into the state prison year to an outstanding 8th !
nearly completed, and that the A reminder of this little Orade
a 1W55 Corvette sedan which : not stop at the scene according two acres burned. Since Jan. 1 Petersburg. unable to appear and hercase student
contractor is at. present putting William Burton Beioi Jr., the report of Trooper I i known fact was disclosed recently I It was announced that the
touches to ,the to I thee: have been 65 fires with Fn, Starke "That was 30 years ngo was postponed
finishing when J. T. Quigley I
45. of Keystone Heights lost Wa.de.: 4093 burned. -, Dr. Graham: told Cornell "and, State Convention will be lieU
: acres as compared drlf-
against Edwarl
Cu.es :
road. ; :
shoulders of the former of The Gospel
control of the car on SR- approximately sponsor first Union I went I In Daytona Beach May 19-21,
He was stopped with 17 (fire and 42 4 acre This Weekend Tabernacle, unearthed an old 1 one of the fbi charged \with forjeiy and
100. two miles north of burned during!! the same period I I pOliter proclaiming "Special to preach but I still remember withholding. support. and Jot and several members plan to '

Loper was traveling at bet- the scene by the Waldo town lust year. The 20th Special Forces I Trait Friday Night/ Billy It." Louis Dean, charged with attend.

Morocco Temple's than 65 mph. according to marshal! and Identified! by I Group[ with headquarters In Graham at the Tabernacle.. non-support. were dismissed by
I the teport of nIP Tiooper J, the driver of the Wr." Edwin KKoisrr.n: : KKITNION: Jacksonville will "infiltrate" I)\\I ('ll\KiKS KILKO States Attorney T, E. Duncan Historical SocietyTo
given by
K. when struck the Jamei Stephens Young, CO a 'I Starke again this weekend The poster wall .
Wade lie '
.. hit of drunken driving Willard KittIes pleaded! not Hear EditorSamuel
I two cows 1.3 miles east of retired! Navy man living In The annual Register family othile working on a simulated Mr. Qiiigley to nephew Charges
reunion has! been scheduledfor problem to keep the town from I Gene Cainell. a pre-minlBter- and of leaving the scene of an guilty to a charge of aggravated -
SR-18. lie skidded Pmk. Crews Young.
Hampton on Orange
InYoung's I May 15 at Way fa re Church railing into. the hands of Inl (student ut Furinan UniverSity accident have been! filed by atsualt, but a trial date was Proctor of Gainesville -
Presented By 28 feet before stilklnq and two paatenxns
I between Statenvllle and Stockton "Communl.st", forces fireenvllle. S. C.. who In FHI- Trouper .1. It. Wade not set, He was charged on editor of the FlorM
Starke Shrine Club the cows. and 100 feet after cur all escaped In- Ga., on U.S. Highway 12U. Citizens of Starke are advised turn, piesenteil It to Dr. Graham -, against James Eurnie Crews.A June 3. 198S on an afftJavlt Historical Quarterly oftliMal

Saturday, May 14 Impact before leaving the I Jury.Damage Freeman Register Jr., of to cooperate with the. when the famed evangelist bond of $125 was forfeited I II signed by Maggie Perkins. publication of the Florida His
the VW was
From the highway. to I
pavement. Starke is president of the or- Special Forces who represent. I addiesHud, the studentboJy by Clews on the DWI charge torical Society will apeak at
8:00 P.M. Loper went IBS more feet before estimated' : at $75 und to the I
: .
ganization. "friendly troops." ut Funnuit recently and a $2> bond I on the other. Shrine Minstrel a meeting of the Bradford
BUS Auditorium coming to rest 60 feet Ford at $30 I I County Historical Society at

i I Set Saturday I 7:30: pm. :'wfonday.fay 23.All .

members and prospective -
The Community State Alter Repeated Warnings I, In BHS Auditorium i iI members of the Bradford

Bank County Historical Society! are
i The famous :Morocco TempleAllStar invited to attend this meeting, ,
and the I :Minstrel. will be proi -

Florida Hank at Starke Lawtey Council Abandons Volunteer Fire Departmentterest i sented Saturday in the night BHS at auditorium 8 o'clock HorticulturistTo

will'not be for
open by the Starke Shrine Club. Appear On

business shown. nient runs until the annual Marshall Jordan agreed to ,, Featuring 25 "somgsters".
its truck. Council members had fire engine and those were wall Show
Making good repeated 'Hi Neighbor'
MAY 30 of election in December. He' mow the city streets In his I ten "funsters." and a nine-
MONDAY, to I The appointment Early
j warnings, Lawtey's City Council been adamant In their agreement poorly attended according I
council to ,, an unsuccessful candidate spare time. I orchestra, the, minstrel
Lawtey Marshall M. M. Jor- i Padgett to the re- was piece Crawford horticulture -
Memorial Day Monday night took actionto not to put city money Stanley
1 I Chairman In last December's I),!< balloting Council voted to install an will traditionalI
do away with the town's Into the project unless: It was dan who was chief of the department place former Spur- present Instructor at the Florida
Contributed newly formed volunteer fire first proven the volunteer's geon Massey who resignedlast being edgei out by five votes air-conditioner in the police I I black-face comedy, colorful State Prison will b* featuredon :
This Space councilman Billy car and to have the garbage and musical numbers -
department. would last. Jordan had already givenup month was approved by by freohmitn l I costumes Channel 12 TV's "HI Neigh

Weekly to Publicize Citing a lack of Interest In The council had been unable -' his position on orders of ''the council Monday night. ,' AndersIn I brakes repaired. ranging from the rldlcui bor" program, at B:45: am.

4' Community Brents& ) fcy the project the council voted to contact Joe Dorko I the council when Interest lagged Massey resigned suddenly dur- other action: Council InlltnJl.'t..1to.yor i I I lou.s to the sublime. Thursday May 19.

I unanimously to instruct Clerk i who organized the volunteersand in the project. ing a disagreement with Councilman It .WHS agreed to purchase Charles Shuford to hire crewsto Admission is $1 per person lie will discuss the prison's

The CommunityState : Ethel Reddish to write the I was appointed president I In a ftnal warning at its Paul Dlnklns. over the concrete steps. to replace rotten I .clean \limbs from their citystreets being and proceeds.: will be used for Flower Show which will openon
l wooden at the Strawberry prior to
done ones
Florida Forest Service which of the department. Few meet- April meeting. the council quality of work by a city Club May 19 for three days..Julian. .
Bank wharf before the May mowed nn supplied ,the tanker truck, Ings were held 'In an attemptto had agreed to abandon the work crew.Padgett's. I ,
r that the city will give up the raise funds to house the project unless some public In- 1 Group 5, appoint- 24 second primary elections. clogged. ditches and culvert I



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..., Mr and Mrs. J. u, Dukes,
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anlr, .". :-r,,'". tet .. ,. .and! Mi,. Emma BrwlmTii: of
,., ". ; '''"' S'"ukf,. unJ Mr. and Mrs. Jim
"J'11' \ '
,,.'/ '' ,C'"' ravel!' of Gain.sville vl l. '\ 1'1." .. <:, ulI i water last !,Httlclay,

t I ta, ;i > "" ,I Mr.) ana Mrs O. O. Alvarez:.
1 1i .y l'rt. ( N h J, hut' 20 members cf the
GLADYS MOOTY\ r rla s 'amity in for Ice cream and
; ,,' Sunday afternoon
.964-0651 AI : on
Phone. .h. 1
.... 1I thi-n son Ricki!>'H. first!! blith-
., ; ,A 4 I "'V 1u'kle'n bh thd',y cake

Mrs\ Rodney Hall] and sons Mr and Mrs Ben Hal) 2 J f L r y + was recoratcd: In red and
t+ r ra and was topped with
and Mrs. R. O. Dansby were I spent the weekend at their 1 y. a
mi"!>M.-goround.Mi .
In Ozark Ala from Thursdayto camp on the Ochlawaha River
ant i Mm. Philip Cnukilte
Sunday visiting Mrs Marvin :Mrs Pearl Colson of Mlddlebmg L -
.uid family were in Mar-
her sisters
Andrews was visiting -
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and Mrs Edith Christiansen shun: over the weekE'lIrllhH-
family of Men lit Island spent and Mrs. Edna Hart from inst! Rev an:3! Mrs Fred Batv -

the weekend with their parents Saturday to Tuesday. I They attended the chilstenmj -

Mr. and;! Mrs. Harley Sr Mrs N. L. Woodburn was In : of Kenneth Edward
ard Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- Winter Park: over the weekend' Bailey on Sunday.

Rae Sr: The McRaes also had visiting! her soii-ln-lnw and r rI I v :Al.) raid\ Mrs. Henry Stcfnn-

as Sunday visitors Dr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Keith *1Mr. .'Hi had as Mother's Day
Mrs. McRae Jr. and family Reeves, and son, w'r' + u h trues's' Mi and Mrs Robert 'I'

and Mrs. Norman Ives of Lake Mrs. Cleo Harley and Mrs r StetaneLli and Mr and Mrs. ,
City Hemlftta Hunt are attending I i Mvnmnd Stefanelll and their i I
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave of the OES Grand Chapter In families of Galnesvlllo Mr I
Starke and :Mrs. Earl) Godbee Tampa from Tuesday to Fri- I and Mrs Albert otefanelll and

and Miss\ Yvonne Qodbeo of .:iay.Pvt Mr. and MTH. vV. F. Hcrlimtf are shown ullliAniurjIIU :Mrs. Paul Raymond's dried arrangement :Mrs It. V. Hard won a blue ribbon In the : ... R. T. Youny took the SWl'cltal"'KIL""rd soils of Jacksonville Mr and
Jacksonville were vllstlng Pvt. Michael Colson of Fort thu must blue rlblwiit ((33)) :Vlrs John; Vincent and Miss
wliirh won for Ilea sesernl! hbo l> took a blue ribbon In ",Iunfl| llmim" division with this arrange for Inning'
Wayne Kinney at Fort Bennlntf 14 I Non Holengeig of Paducah
Bennmg\ Ga. is horn on I
rlhlioim mill a Hpt*'lul award for best cut HMMmvn -|- "The Desert !Nandi"! division. ment of Aiitherluni. 111 the !show. also
Ga, over the weekend. days ]leave visiting his mother, I Ky Mr
Mr and Mrs. Charles God Mrs. Feail Colson, and aunts .. In Hliow.Garden, I StefiineUl's birthday which fell

frey and family of Washington Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. on. May 8.

Oa. are spending two Edith Chilstlansen Ir Starke Club Flower Show
weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Victor Jones
and Mrs. Tyler Jones. The in Brooker He will report to
Jones also had as visitors the Fort Eubtls, Va In two weeks Winners Announced II

first of the week, Mrs. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty Westinghouse 4

Herrin and Mrs. Alton Hlgglnbotham and family visited Mr and The! lobby of the Florida cacti division

of Callahan.Mr. Mrs. M. F. Chitty and Mr. and Bank of Starkp was the setting Blue ribbons In the hortl-

and Mrs. Walter Harvey Mrs. Chester Hadsock/ In for the eighth: annual Flower culture division were won by:
of Atlanta. Oa, and Mr. and Lakeland. Oa over the week Show held Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jessie Young !Mrs Mar-,I -
Mrs. Tommy Johns ar.d son of by the Starke Gardens I larrt Williams Mar. W. F I GIGmiTUypv**-*

Macclenny spent the weekend end.Mrs.. E, L Crawford visited Club! I Hrjlor-B. Mrs. A. Russell Nor- NOW GOING ON !

with Mr. and Mrs. J W. Bitch her sister I Mrs. Myrtle Adkins, Kiahes\ honor In the cut man, Mm Martha Pellum.
at Santa Fe Lake. In St Vincent's Hospital last flowers horticulture) section :Mrs Kenneth Gilder. Mrs. L.
Mr and Mrs W. R. RoysterJr. Friday and Saturday. were won by Mr and Mrs. W '' V. Haidin, Mrs. Pauline To- '

and family of Tlfton, Oa Mrs Minnie Nuttall of Pro- F. Herlonff: !Mrs Eva Anderson rode, Mrs. Sweeilnger of I Over 100 Appliances To Choose From
./. t>. Doyle.
were visiting Mrs. W. H. Edwards I YO, Utah andIl'S! Ida Lathanof best potted plant; and : Gainesville Mrs
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. returned Mrs' Jessie Young. with the {i :Mrs M.iurlrc Wln ate, Mrs. L '
Sail Lake City
Drew Reddish the week- most blue ribbons In HIP show L Fnllwood, Richard Torode.
home last week after six weeks I SAVINGS ON APPLIANCES TOO
Blue ribbon winners in the and Mrs'. T L, Mersweau. DIP
end.Mrs.. Jack Dewees Jr. of D vlilt:!Dyal.with their sister Mrs. T. Junior Gardener Division! were Serving' as judges at this DIU DISCOUNTS olUKt-WIOL E LIST:

Hialeah b visiting her grandmothers given to Buddy Kuhn, Charles I standard! flower show were: NUMEROUS TO
Ritchand Tom Crawford of Jacksonville Green Karen Martin, and) Mrs Earl Jones and Mrs\ Herman ;
Mrs. Came spent Mother's Day withIlls Jacksonville, The Floor Of A Jacksonville Dealer Going Out Of
Mrs. Floyd Green this Debbl;? Shuford. I Hafele of Slade Gas Has Purchased The Merchandise Off
mother, Mrs. E. L Crawford blue Merton Hartman. Mrs.
Dnl'ion. :Mrs
In the Artistic
week.Mr. and Mrs A. W, Andel'son ribbons were given: to Mrs I It L Sneerlruer. Mrs> Howell I Business Their Loss Is Your Gain Slade Gas Passes The Savings On To You .

Mis. A. N. Holliday and Paul RtMnond.: Mis: L. James, Mrs I. X Cheves Mrs.
Jr. and of Ventura.
family and daughter Hope, were In Hardln Mrs. A. Russell V'I Karl Owens! and h It's. Etta
Calif., former Staike residents,
HattlCKburK. Miss over the man Mrs J. D. Doyle' Hoskins of Oainpsivlle. and I''
will leave for thieemonths
Saturday a
weekend visiting Arthur Holli. Mis. L L Fu'lwoiH I Mrs Charlr! Baker Jr. of Keystone )
world will
tour. They
day at William-Carry College Blue ribbons in the potte-l H"lrht. nil members of '
visit two of Mis. Anderson'ssisters ::
Mrs Eva Anderson and Mrs. ;plants dlvist- were given to I the 1"lo1'I'a: Federation Oar-
families while
and en-
: '
Myrtle Anderson of Starke. Mrs. T B. Htrding' Mis Psi-: : den Clubs! ,
route: MJr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards -
I and Miss Mamie Anderson line Torode. Mrs Jessie]i Piecedln the judging: Saturday -
in Japan, and SK-1 and
'and Mrs Pauline Stone of Young and Mrs. Evil/ afternoon, the ,judojlrn!; "
Mrs. Joseph N, Belche in Ice- '
'I'' Archer visited friends and relatives son, Ander-\\ committee. :Mrs Paul Raymond -
land.Mr. in Tarpon Springs, Blu" ilbhon winner chairman Mrs, OarlMnt'irv
and Mrs. Sid Shuford 1[ Largo: and St Petersburg last succulent division were Mr8.I 's. and Mrs. Ed Pre-
and family visited Weekiwa- Tuesday to Friday. Jessie Young, :Mrs T. B, Hard- .,t It. vervrd the .fudges a dest } I ,,
chee Springs on Sunday. I I Ing, and Mrs Paul Ttaym'l1'1Mr I .- t mains( nnd presented each ft y x stSj 1, ryr jt* I u 1r

j, Jessie Young, Mrs. T with a personal gift from the-

B Haring: and Mrs. C. H. club.
I Baker won blue ribbon: in the 19-INCH
Bush's Sport ShopHAS

I Mr and( Mrs W F Hei]'Ion-! Mrs Louise Jeffords>l of Mi hSpiiiKs

EARTHWORMSRed spent Mother's Day with then r < fpent the Hiht of the : r I gym= I II

chJljicn in Jacksonville.Mr : week with her son-in-law and I A Real Buy
,. and Mrs. Garl Mathew daufthlei. Mr and Miv George
Wigglers-Crickets Shiners were Sunday inner! '.uests ofMr. HutWiis The HiiKKlrm also I '''"7 if' UIIF and VIIF- Memory! Fine'

and Mis Bruce Mathews Mad n. Sunday: visitors. MrMr. I '' 5" SpeakerSmart
CATALPA WORMSand in OalnesvllleMr : and Mrs C T. Jeffords 1 qr y" frlrlrn Tuning
fiR Dumb Price
a' -
and Mrs. S. L. Peck Jr and Mrs R. L. Grliier of Jack- : Looking,, -

that "Tuff Pink Worm" that every spent the weekend lit the sonville.Mr ., i r I $10 DELIVERSOther
Hotel Robert Meyer In Jack- and Mrs. H. O. Davis I ,

fisherman says is the best sonvlle where Mr. Peek attended Jr and daughter of Gainesville !- t j WESTINGHOUSE 2DOORREFRIGERATORFREEZER
bunking mettln: were visiting/ M's. LucllcDavu :

he has ever used. Mrs Roy Wind anrl daiigh. on Sunday.Mr ?
ter. June. and Darhv Peek ol and Mrs. R, E. TMmnrrl"on. -- E1
Lake City were vLsitlng their Mrs Clifton Brown. Mrs y- -
mother. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. C. A. Knight and Mrs. Loyie"Cocomlhe d Automatic )Defrost( t. Porcelain

during the weekend attended the South- her with a'e. tin>jhouse! Refrigerator you get
Mis! R A. Newsome was in "astern Hospital Convention at I i TV BUYS
Never before have fishermen had such a good Miami Bench last Wednesday fears: and Years of Economical: Service.
Lakeland:! Friday to Monday
place to trade in our country visiting! her mother Mrs. J, A to Saturday I WESTINGHOUSE No DURING OURWAREHOUSE
Howe and Mr. and MIS." R E Mrs! W E. Middleton Mr Down Payment SALE

TACKLE FOR ALL TYPES OF FRESH Mathews and Mrs. B, R Day. E. L. Matthews! and Mis. Bob
Mr and Mrs. Crosby H Ferguson attended the Zeta I 425 POUND FREEZERWhisper
WATER FISHING Dawkins and daughters ofJacksonville Tau Alpha Alumni luncheonat
spent Mother'sDay the Golf Sc Country Club in
Gainesville on Saturday hon- : Quiet-:5 Year Warranty'J: Years Fowl 15,000 B. T U.
with Mr and Mrs W. H
Mr. Preston Tart is one of the emplo'eesBUSH'S Nollman. 01 In'* mothers. I Protection ('Ian Exclusive Frost! Free Shelves 1 f

M,'. anrl Mrs. Din Ray Til- Saves you money. I ''I I'II',
Mr and Mrs. Joe Jordan
ley of Jacksonville visit ,
GULF SERVICEN. and fnmllv Lake Wiles were were IiIII : AIRCONDITIONER
I IIIU l imIh't IILI
IMltnfi her patents Mr and inn their parents Mr "inj Mr I No Down Payment Iwo?
.I G. Jnckson and Mr. and
Temple Avenue Mrs H A Lawson over the
weekend :Mrnobble" :Shall: ever the: .
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pokmd -

Employees of Container Corporation -I I 1---
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gave a farewell bar- [_ ..__-:. .\
breiie Saturday nleht at Con- ,.
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tnlnei hendnuniters' : near

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Brookpi honorlnff: Jim Williams. < .

who Is reMrin"Mr 0 Q @@ ,
and Mrs!! Johnny Kopo-

'ouos! anal dauahter.! ' B'I'mtn'h'un. Ain. were vUltln. '- -
HUNDREDS OF DOLLARSON thel"niriUs: :Mr nnd Mrs ,T '

R Wilnu-iWif\ and Mr and t :

!Mr iron's, K01'l'101l; from
SAllE 1966 -
Thin\ d.iv; to !Simply' --
:\fr. and Mrs J>hn Greene =:- -

DEMONSTRATORSS800 vlstt" d] her nnrcnts" Mr and f alleil ,,,,,,!,
Mr" It t, Chnncpv. In Mon- -
tlcrllo over the weekend. "'=_ =- r'
Richard Hobbs and Chip
$ Reif of the university of Flor- '
DISCOUNT ida spent! the wPl'krnrwith\ \ WASH-DAY MIRACLE

Mr Phd !Mm ,J C Pobbfl\ $$219,95

Dr and Mrs J I,. 5tlth= andchildren 2050-3W *
Selection\ of Washing! Temperature
of Valdosta On. were
visiting: her pnrpnts. Mr. and Porcelain Tub
Mrs! L F. Dinkins, over the 5 Year Protection on Transmission

Low Mileage II'pPlcrlld GAS RANGE l iA'Jreo.t: Transmission; in the industry: $10

Mr and Mrs ,J.. It !Mosleyof Saves You $ $ $ $
Memphis. Tenn, nre visiting Quality at this Low Low, I Trice .

100% Warranty their son-in-law and:! daughter Completely Automatic Clock and Timer DELIVERSWestinghousc I
Dr and Mrs. H, H Adams, 10 DELIVERS

Mr and Mrs. J, E. Hardy No Down Payment
and family spent' the weekend

Fully Equipped In Athens Oa, visiting Janet
HArdy at the University of
Georgia. Gigantic Warehouse Sale Now In Progress At

J. C Dukes Donald V. BaR-
TEST DRIVE THESE CARS TODAY well, and Francis Norman left

:Monday for the National
Guard. S. training C. at Foil Jackson -

Your Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford and Mr and Mrs. Willis Evans!

Union Counties. of MlIl'iannlwere Friday and
Saturday guests of Mr. and 332: WEST MADISON PHONE 96L770t STARKE. FLORIDA

itrs Buford Mitchell\ I Keep A Good Thing Going-Join Your Chamber of Commerce Today!


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TIWUSDAY. 1\f\V 12 JlfllI! unt"onn ("Of1NTV' W.PIRAPA il'TAftK17.! FLORIDA P.\OF. Ti1RTF':

d Little Women Junior Club

Install Officers Lives DraperiesFor

For New Yrar( CC Office
Tli.> LiltW! 'in "i ru'i '. MI-K" Harold aa,< \\In. pre.sl01 -
:: ...1 In-tn1'111! ;" 11'i i 'Mint the Junior Woman'
I the r' mer"i:" M'' n "> n )h t 1 1b ''no'' "estded over tinMay
Phone-964-0631 'H the glib! 1)) .W," ;M 'i,,1. 'inn n 'i'ttiiK, la1L'et'k when
'tee rvirby '",HV" !'I" I't" "I .11' "Uilll I, .1. iC4 .1. Lit: w.'n' :V.Uill; : O.c ..
Party Given For Birthday Dinner :Ml-%. A. J. ThorniI:! I II y. c M .i m n: r.iHlrn.ri.! : ry t
vlrc-pve"l'! '" .!'! n' tho i .' i tag anniuncd: ( tlui; th( + 'stt
George Flynn Si- For Frank Cruce rlub. liiilalL"J. ) the lol'ovi'i-' it.n ni rte $100 on lhn pulpiest; t ..

On Retirement } i riffle"-, In an linrre-M-: : i <1111,1' (". It was voted to tend
Frank. Crui':1.: Pr. wis, honi.rcrt : m'.ny' picstclenl.! 'nn' HT )Iv toward B alit Cor the '\
i iOeorce / nn his 55.h birthdayvitli l<-nTe'!'lsnt. Mi'Mlvn B'+l- District Four Dlrec or. Unn ...
B. Flynn Si retlrlnn | I t
alter J 19:) years service in thai 1 a family: dlnnw last Sunday. linger:: : treasurer, O''I'.fl'oly'' \! 11 iru. Th president I teporte .
I Helpur;: him enjoy this occasion I recording: serr.Harv Sharon in) the convention In Clear- :
portal( deportment at the Division
woe his wife, and their lim sec re- and nn nrnmnt,'\ ol
of Corrections! at Tal- | | NocRel' ; corrospri :il t ir : nave
"hildren.: Mr. and Mrs. V. L. tat v. Lr(' Darbv: and senior\: khLd. 11\ the awards: the Starke! Jun- I
ford. wns! given a farewell | Stprlinir and famlv! : Mrs., (dull.rwiso's Mrs. J E. Hardy ; ._ .'\1', won.A t
In .
party! :Monday afternoon ) LJit. a
C-ucec pJr:ntJ, :Mr.\ and Mrs. | and Mrs. H. O. BolIII: !>el',. Ittlcr was rCII'! fl"J1Pe:<-
the of the ,
tion buildln at AdlYllnlstra-1 .1. Q. Rosier: all of Lawtey. and A row lamp was )ti-k"d out Linda Huggins, J Nn'lIk.' Chamber, Com-

Prison by the :Mrs Virginia Llnzy of Galnes- I for the> powder room, which Dewayne McRaeTo ni-c manager, aski'iu thrnnln & Starling-Patrick "Sleeping
1 was one of the projects for the 1 ,; !- club to donnt- $100.14 Beauty'A
Decoratlcns consisted of a I viUe.The children presented Mr year. I Ii I Wed July 15 [foi the purchase of draperies! Engagement ToldMr
the I of '
eentTplece on Cruet1 with a beautiful roseecorated j Gn"sts at the meeting for the new Chamber of Com- tlHixlilfnl <>|MTctu.( "The !SliiiiiK| llvunty nits prea| iitril by; pupils. of :MunutFrieHt'H
dos fennel and( other bouquetsat : cake, and many II eluded propectlvenew! In-I' Mr and Mrs George T merce office located in the and Mr.s Doyle Starllnts l Klmlrrgartpn. on April :21)!!) In the RHH auditorium" TukliiK |por0> were: .
points' of interest were of 1
rabbit tobacco: and: briar limbs. useful gifts.Mother's i bers and their mothers! Hug lns announce the enKiino-! I Can' a butldinu. The club | of Lawtey announce the engagement SleepingReality. Chuly (!nll"a; 1'rliniCliiiriitliiK, \Vmllukler, ; King Kttvhi ..
| Dining the social hour, refreshments m"nt and approaching marline voted to donate the amountto ; and approaching .
The )punch bowl was set In a Nfllj; queen, Paul lat Carter: Old \Vcuvrr. Bo M.ithpws; ; ;\11 Fairy. Risky Johns;
I Day was also celebrated were! served In the of their daughter. Linda help the chamber.All of their daughter. Gloria to
garland of turnip roots. I FnlrlfH. "Stephanie" <;irvpn.. Tanya iowpii, !Mitry L.j;\nn fronkliitc. Paula. Tanner, Suz"nlle -
at this time. and those sunroom where the table was Louisa, to Dewayne Lt'eofc:\ members were tuned to Norman II. Patrick son ofMr.
Approximately 50 membersof I Suwjer; .'r\; ..Ial Thornton. Donna"' Thornton. Prime Harry, Murtluc: Lewis. ;
sharing this honor here Mrs. covered with a white cutwOl'k1'10th Rae son of Mr. and Mrs. attend the senior Woman'sClub and Mrs. William Patrick
the Administration Depart- Annie Rosier and he | and centered with a Robert McRae of Starke. May Breakfast on Wed- also of Lawtey. Klng'H Heralds. I Hit III irate. :Stephen| Alvurex' Jerry Itlalurk. Ted. Iliilli-k, JohnMlkcll
ment staff attended and they daughter i floral arrangement and The wedding Is planned for I nesday. May 11. The wedding will be an Kevin IlnUon, Stephen, Kersey, Jeff tl'lIlt"ld! l l. Ronnie unit Uonnlo Cl iimn..;

presented Mr. Flynn with a Mrs. Gertrude Cruce. and j matching napkins. Marilyn Friday, July 15. at 8 o'clock in Club woman of the year was event of June 24 at 8 p. m. In "1I11e'" ;\lu..ld'II'' ilail.vM A),'r.., Ijnn; .fohtm, Bonnie Smith .Iliniiiy Pittruy, Chris. ,
fl.stilrw tackle box Its a me- Mrs. Cruce's daughter. Mrs Bollinger. presiding at the the evening In the First also voted on and will:! be announced Grace Methodist Church lA'"IS. Hindi' iiirluml; and Keith ",or II..". '.
mento of the occasion. GennelJ Starling i puncn! bowl, was assisted l In Methodist Church. at the Junior banquet Lawtey. with a reception following -
serving by Martha Dennis and Miss HnKRlns/ graduated which will be held May. 28 at I at the church.All .
I Kathv Frees. Dainty sand- from Bradford County High the club house.Refreshments. friends and relatives are Col. J. A. Grtfln U convule.s- year scholarship. Twenty state A Classified. Ad in the TELEGRAPH -'
,, wiches and sweets were served School and the Dell School of were served Invited to attend. lug in Riverside hospital contestants. will be in the run-
I on crystal trays. Medical! Technology Jn Asheville by the hostesses, Mrs Harold Jacksonville after surgery! last off. I I brings, result. I
N. C. Godwin: and Miss Betty Jane week. He Is expected to return
Mr. McRae graduated from Morgan Pet Bud Spears of Fort homo this weekend.Mr .
I lAm I Beta Sigma Phi Bradford County High Donning Ga. will arrive Friday and Mrs. Warren Winkler '

Installs OfficersGamma School In 1962 and attendedSt. UDC EntertainedAt for two weeks leave or absence won a trip to New>; Orleans I i
Johns Rive Junior College.He after eight weeks basic train- La. last Wednesday to Sunday ]I
tirpsln Theta Chapter of Is now employed in Jack- Vining Home 1I1R. In a Hot Point Appliance sales TerwillegarMotors
I Beta Sicma Phi Sorority held sonville. Mr and Mrs A. S. Harrison contest.
GRATEFUL its insinuation services Monday All friends and relatives are MI'''. L. D. VinlnK, Mrs. J. '' Jr. of Fort Myers and Mr. Local I admittances to Bradford -
i evening May 9. at the Invited to the wedding and 11. Wilson Mrs. O.. L. HaynesBr. nnd !Mrs.\ W. S. Harrison of County Hospital this
i home of Mrs. Bud Yaun. reception, which\ will tollow In I ., ar.d Mrs. W. S Slade werecohottesses Waycross.' Ca. spent the weekend week include: Ernest Orider.
I Installed as officers for the the church annex. last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. R. E. Mundorff. James Leach
afternoon when they entertained Harrison Sr. Mrs. llosa Green Steve Pavllk.Mm I
And humble for vote of confidenceyou coming year were: Mrs. Meed
your members of the U. D. Kelly : :Minnie Rhoden,
Lewis, president' Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Robert \! Mrs. LeI
: Randy I
gave me on May 3rd. : Johns vice president: Mrs. High School PTAThe C. at the home of Mrs. Vining and son of Gainesville were la Cole] and Miss Sheiriel Wilson I
on West Madison sticet. I all of Starke William
I Robert Barksdale extension visiting Mrs. Kelly's parents ;
With God's help and your continued 'officer: Mrs. James Blood- Bradford Hlsh School Arrangements of sweet peas, Mr. and Mrs Charles Schmltt. r rover Reynolds of Keystone Helshts. Used CarSPECIALS
: worth PTA will hold an installationof larkspur. and finapdvagons: the weekend.Mr. Edwin Osborne of Raiford: I'
recording secretary.Mrs.
support we will win on the 24th of May. C. W. Slade corresponding I officers at their last meet- I were used In decorating the I and Mrs. Clyde Estes Mis. Dora Crawford Harold

secretary: and Mrs Dot I !In- of the year on 'Vining home. have returned to their home inVincrnnes. Hlggltibotham, and Mrs. Mar-
Thank YouJESSIE Failing\ treasurer I :Mav 17, nt 7:30: p. m.TUPllday'1 I Mrs. E. K, Ferryman presided Ind. after two tha Green of Lawtey.
over the business meetIng weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.
The installation was directedby enters,im! Refreshments/ will I i
R. CHASTAIN ant plans were made for Eldon Kimmons. Randy Johns
I \Mr.s. Connie Clark, out- IP ',.If'd l by the srvp' 'I 1. uiade I I II the annual picnic which will Mrs Mary Lane and Mrs.

(Pd. Pol Adv ) noin president. I mot'.1I :1.,. :I be held June 1 at the home of M.irv Beth Peacock and: children !- Heads Jaycees
I I I. :Mrs. v B. Beard on Kin'jsley of Jacksonville were visiting -
Lake. Mrs. Bertha Pearce on I Continued From Page One I ''
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I I. I I '!-=' -M
Mrs. L. O. Powell historian, Sunday:\- II by the Florida! Consumer
I Rave an interesting!! program Mrs. C. G. Stevenson:; has Credit Assn. and the State Department
or M using as her subject "The Or- returned to her home In of Education and TRADE-INS ON NEW 1966
I i lain of Confederate Memorial Greenville. S. C. after (n week's I conducted by the Jaycees. She
$I Thursday &
Friday Saturday | Day." visit with her grandson Char will now compete in the state FORDS
.. | During the social hour les Sawyer, and family.Mr \ content for the $2.000 two-
I guests( were Invited Into the I and Mr.s. Comer
I 91'd ycu JCucty Wecfe-8nd Ta Sane dining room for refreshments. man ana son._ jimmy_L__n__ 01_.Perry-OHCKsonvlllc ._ _._- ---

When You Strap Ala Canp'o l lI I The linen lea outwork table cloth overlaid was with centered a- and Mrs.were E. K.visit Ferryman 1114 Judge over Timber WantedLarge $6951960 Chevrolet)

with a silver tureen: holding -
I the weekend tie, Air Tudor H.T. V-8 Auto
I ___ I an arrangement of sweet-: Mr and Mrs. Clyde: Priest or Small Tracts matic, Radio & Heater
t 01J pens. Lighted tapers In sliver In Jacksonville Sundayvlsltliipr
t i1; A .4 I holders balanced the setting.! were Mr. nnd'fr Van Competition sill bring i

s I Mrs. L. A. Davis registrar, you more money
PtlrstU.; and Mrs GeorgeJones ;
and past president presided at II I and Mr. and Mrs Dan Contact $745-1957 Mercury
the silver service.Twentyone .
members! andfour i Priest and families.Mr. J. M. CarterPhone | H.T.
I and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert'
II guests were present enjoy -
I of Lake City spent Saturday
Ij I the aftPI'lIoonVlLh the I II nixht and Sunday wth: their 72.2'J;; f: 1962

j I four hostesses son-in-law and daughter! Mr I- Lake ('ity. Fla. $795 --- Volkswagen

I and Mrs David Montgomery.Mr. .
I I 1J | St. Mark's Women and Mrs. W. A. McDan- Radio Heater, Sun Roof.

, Met MondayThe lle had a.s recent guests his I THE BRADFORD

1 1I 1i I urL& 2 brother and sister-in-law Mr.I'I| COUNTY TELEGRAPH
i Women of St. Mark's and Mrs. Allen McDnnlle, of' $$1595 --- Ford V8Galaxte

, / 1 Episcopal' Church met Monday Joplin Mo. This was the first Published every Thursdayat : Forelor Automatic, Radio -
night at the Parish House visit of these two brothers in 138 W Cill St.,
FRiDA/I&S with Mrs. Walter Richardson approximately 20 yea I'';. Starke Fla. 32091E. Heater-One Owner.

PLUCKY as hostesseH.j Mr\ and Mrs. Edward L. Matthews editor and
j The meeting was presided Schwab and daughter. Anna !i
i over by the president, Mrs P. Ruth of Merritt Island; spent; I publisher $$1195| --- 1964 VolkswagenRadio

, MEN'S NO-IRON LADIES' COMFORTABLE Q. Novak, with. devotional by the weekend with Mrs. Myrtle I Second class postage paidat
Mrs. Herbert Thomas Worship Anderson. I Starke, Fla. Heater-Good Condition.

j NYLON DRESS SHIRTS presented chairman. the Mrs.program Thomas a continuation alsoI George! KopelouwM, proprietor :I Subscription Rates:
Slide Sandals I of the Garden Restaurant ,
i of the study of Mu- In trade area: $3.50 per
left Thursday for an extended -I $ Ford
I teal Responsibility and Inter- visit to his homeland year: $200 six month g95-1961\
2.99 VALUE depenoence.I near Athens! Greece. I Outside trade area: $1.00 Platform Dump Truck
Mrs. Novak reported on the IL per year: $2.23, nix months
; 1.99 District 3 meeting of the

I $ ky 133I ,I month.Women In Live Oak last I $ ---1959 Ford V-8

\ j Refreshments were served:! Ml W 0 Fnrdor. ,Red & White Auto.,
I Mr Richardson the
by Radio Heater Air Condition.
j j close of the meeting.
NfcNV padded Cushion fntoi.l l i I

iri Bridal Shower ---1960 1
Willy's Jeep
\ V fins quality nylon Whit( Brown $995
I that n.v.r nod For Miss Sapp
5 ironing! Single Ombr or ',"agon, Four Wheel Drive -
-I, n..dl* tailoring; z y The new home of Mrs MAXI (Good;< Condition.
regular collar. c t MollMTotorl i I le Reddish was the setting( : last '
Whit or blue. &> ?wt for shower given t' ,
Friday" night' a -
-t Six** M'/i to 17. tow Cork : Siz.
tt 4 In honor of Miss Gloria DIanne -
ke\>M-1 Buy now for T $ Falcon Fordor
Father' Day and W.dg. Hell S to 10 Sapp byIfl's.:\ Reddish
I Mrs. McClcllan Miss Sheila
gavel Heater, Low Mil l >;ii'p.
4 'McClellan., and Mrs Llta 1
Jones. L.

with Several!Rifts awarded uame :were to the played wln- $$9951962, ? 88

n n LtI& ners.' The honoree received Power Steering -

t p ,VIE &j7L I many lovely gifts.Refreshments were. served to f# and Brakes.

the 35 /guests enjoying this

i j SAVE $1.22! I LADIES' STRETCH DENIM SEAMLESS I( affair with Hour the honoree To My Friends Of $$245 --- 1958 English Ford

Pants Story
I FOAMPILLOWS I Knee I Station Wagon./
,. I Story Hour will be held at Bradford County

Ij NYLONS j the May Public 19. at Library 3:30: p.Thursday.m. Miss $ 1962 Chevrolet
REG. $995 ---
Darlene Huff will\ be story- I want to express my sincere! thanks to the voters t'd
244 teller. of Bradford County for the vole of confidence and Pickup Radio Heater.! ( Tires

Reg. n 77 2.99 All First 35C | All children to attend.ages Refreshments 6are!) invited trust!< you gave me in the May :'Jrd Primary. ;, New Paint. One Owner.

3.99 .) fIIl. ,'*"H, : Quality I will be served.PriestPodie. I promise to serve you in a manner in which you

Easy cars Exprandra stretch I will he proud, and to perform the duties of School $$195 -1959 Ford
Fmn,.iiH 'Uiil'niit'' n\I"n; l with
Stay fiMil, frrolt and' buoyant denim. Choose from navy, I I nin-snnird, welt and l tni>. Knit Hoard Member with a dedication to the people! and V-X l'uclur-Gtxnl' 1 Tire,.
; lUll .Mice. :Moth' unit, mil to flt. Bailee, tnnH| > or .K.I.| .lr.- :Mr i Ortrudi1" Priest and the office./
dew proof. Wheat., faded brut or whit.i ton.... Ml/e 81 i-, to I''. Sim'- Podliwere I, united:f in
s Sizes! I to 18. -.- j > marriage at 6 p. m. on April Sincerely $ -
j 30 In Folkston. Oa. by JusticeB. $995-1962, l.EgrrY
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The iiiplf I' I i'i t :attended by' dio. Heater.!
Mr Tui:. ,vi< '.Imt'. O. M.1 .-- P.I. p.-d. Adv. ) ;
I '.
Daniel t-

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In CimntY .Tiiilive'ii.. r....... In .\mlK NOTH'K .OF. KII..1NO PETITION NEW: CORI'ORA'rlONI annual "The Agromeck;" Is "I"nn..l. duHi-il Armory. dork, : City Hall.. Hampton. '-'I"'k, : :MrW 11I8p..tt..r.In.: Bunnlo Lee Mc-
..r Mjrit.lforil. ( mint) Klorhlil. |.'OI< FINAI DI8IMIAKOIC" OlUXKiM executive director of the University V 1-1 Harlvy. Jr. InvpuctorHI'sru II. Maxwull Inwpet iuruClarkn Killnuy.'h.'lm./ .. Urouichton,
I II, "lOHIItli, H1d !.' l-'llMli' I : TlltX Secietary of State Tom Urnudon Plnroiuo Flynn.vturiciiiot Adklns UHI-I.U. ...a Hill.I J...nn UefeMilBPreilnoi .
"0- ........ Nil i' it"i "t\ 1 ft" ,iti, hat i Aiams has announced the Party and interfraternity H William*. Lillian Slailo.: :No. 14 Sampson.Home .
I Council public relations of K&ti> Htruth.: .8tark.
Prormrt"' No Kvy t neSivuliixklp }'r dn<.t No 12-Lincoln City
chartering of the following director. He is a member of ftlvm'ntary Hchn..l.Ch'r'c Starka Public! Ul>rnr>' ClerkJonepu Clerk Frani'i'ii Dun by. Innpeclom -
new corpointlon in Bradford SAE! social fraternity, and the : .1. K. llnininonil. Inftpert01 H VallnHkl. InnpectnrtrMm. : : Hraie K. .Ionian, Judy K.KilwiiKln .
I County: Southeastern. -Atlan M: Jo Ulln! llnrdy. lluxol.. I.. Pearl, ri.'kprlnx' :Mm. KlliHitavini.iifi 1 ;Marirnret" I. frevatt.
Fraternity Study Commission. fowi-ll, lohn I'. Hlmpii.n." HrniMtrlri run somll I'if..mi" ; Nn.;; 16A nronkiTOminunlu .
Seaboard\(: : Antiques & Art He and his wife live at 2701 ( No. 4 --- llninpt.in'fHitk. .'lrl.t ;Vn :.--Hronl' "i'. '-.. \\' Hoime. Uumk, r
Show Inc. IU 1, Box 381Klngsley Broixdwell Drive in Raleigh. .lMiuMtaln. ('olint>' ("oiniulil'4i.rn Ilanilltin. < 'iiinty <'.>innilHilnnerPi C..rlc.Ir Thwn. K. l I'y..t. l In-
Lake ) Staike. Flor.da : | .>i,. vi''in.'I t :Ni'; 1 .t\! Unwell.Ti .1"! "<''"r. .MudinIlli. ii". J.un-

Authorized stock: 100 Pri't'iru. :No; .. 1 ,l -- Tlii'ri'HHHc'iiiiiiuunlty .i'" III"Kur1"1"' ., I .Kuril. ) I nitl.Mutt .Mue Hill ..reen1'iMiim .
Pi.', i ,,,..t ;Nn; 7 Uvno 11.1 KM : lloiiHr*. Vlii>rHHfu. Clerk: : : Hettv Jean lji \att, InHpet I "l N". 1 .It -.w: Illvr.Minid .
shares of common at $100 ; : : ;; :II Mt. r. I'lcrk KnlliryiiHi
peishai >
li'.ol., ..Mirk. : WllllalliH 1.Holland. 1.. "I"rk l : .Jeall U fiurliy InHpett. turn K \ 1'iilMiui I Mar.ih s
,.? Filed May 3. 1968. deal Inspectors1.inline: j >r..- .Mm. Hell Inann ;Mr, .. Mallv ('..ran. l; IIXHheth, s AtMli.xvHPl.H I in" x Inipci. "u.rn. OInUj. An-
ing in : fairs expositions exhibits i .M., Vi"I, .. (t'urenn' AlrNeal.Bei < Sll.ley.: June !llnnlnKionPrecinct '111.'t \u 1 I"R lii.llllllnBrought" I dr.''' ., ....1..."tI r. 0..11 }'arrl.h.If..l..n .
". "! Mru''ie [BulldniK ct'u-I! Ell.
tlM < Roblnnon.Pri'i'lni't :No; 11 HnmpumINBL'RANCK
and for di'l'play IlaI
museums No H F.enhonr.1 liam >''. .rlIr.: ; O \\' KLAwsorrs!".' 11
and sale of antiques In-

orpoiators: Helen D. Brown .. ."... ,-_. -- --
Zelma Craig both of Staike

and! Denis Murphy Jacksonville \ MARKET

Filed by Lloyd C. Leemls

231 E Adams fit, Jacksonville Now you can buy Cold] Storage Grocery Store

"I'll' PHIiit.: of 1 Siiiii 1 lii.ieilint
Ni> i ,in,, ,. hfii-liv" nciliri,! thHli W. W. Hood Jr. Investors Stock Fund
Itev. I'. 1C. Lawsun> i u i'Illi( it lnt' riiini" III piiri ii'tlitK, ,
t ,IM. li),. hint will anil, tislHIIK '
'nl' ...r ""hI l l dt'i'Miterit. IIIIH li>i'iiHdmllt.d Initiated Into for$20a month !*
8-Day Revival .
In proliate In thlH
mil" t You are Ii*.rehy cmnniandilhtn ,- I Honor Society
Begins May 15 At .I l \\ .Hlx inlendur' ntiiiithH I

111.111*, ,,, I Hi*. i1at' ,* of the liral puhli II Willlnm Wells Hood. Jr son Now you can accumulate mutual fund shares on a regular
Northside Baptist atliin'IlilH nr i.nun. IhlH iinil untlt.. .ithuu*. to* appi'niIn mime. ", I of Mr and :Mi'W: W Hocxt monthly payment plan to fit your family budget. !

i If .any ynll i 11". why I IIP mllniii .. of Camp BhinUinp.!: was among:: I With payments of $20 a month-'after an initial
An elprht-day evangelistic\ >f thin court, In ailinHt111* .BH.II..1!.1111 12 ,mew membeiH" recently initiated I $40 payment-you can acquire shares of Investors
i-msa :'e will bexin at the \\' ,10 iin.lmte ..1"ul.1. .ml. Mtanilnnre Into Golden Chain the Stock Fund.
Northside Baptist Church on \ oUe.ls highest ranking senior honor I This is a mutual fund designed to provide long-
/I Thvron. A. VnwnI'OUNTY.
SunJny. May 15 continulnK JrDtlKKliHt society at North Carolina I term capital appreciation possibilities as well as a

through; May 22 with services iiul.lliutlnn. on itli il.iyr State Unlvei-Hitv. I reasonable income.
each nlvht nt 8 o'clock. \1",.. A I l). I'.Hlii.TIl.ilmlM '\ The 12 students honored I j For full details (prospectuses) of Investors Stock
The crusade will bo climaxed fa I'leri-e. i Fund and the new Investors Accumulation Plan-
Am'* At Uaw. have shown nn outRt.n.ndlngrecord Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
on May 22 with annual 1' o. Hi-awn. '. 10:10: of college leadership by

Homecoming at the church. Still' 'iXe, Kl.l.: holding 1 key positions In cam- CALL YOUR Pork For Your Deep Freezer
Dinner will be served! on the IS/12 11 A/2 pui activities.

grounds Bfter the morning TilVim.M; IT-r--MAY'- t'll.M'IOUN' ': : Howl I.H editor of the NCSU '-:::: )tpe1J; WAN TODAY! \Ve will Tick-up and Butcher. There will be a

wrvire. and there will be V Small Hiitcherin" $:1.00
Fee for
.. JOE (Ski) VALINSKI Pick-up- ; cows per
special singing;\ all afternoon. the f llit\\liiK motor .hl..I. : .
I K "ri nenl' .
1\l1I\ 2 Uumbli-r fliumo will > rif Head and Hide. Hogs :3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight.
Tha pastor. Glenn Lawhon prec'lnrt NiHi.llli i n Vanderlillt Phone 961-4075
I ; ,iff Holil 1 .at I'ul.lie1 Half. ut II 0'- ., ,', I For Chill-cut and wrapping I 5'/tc) Ib. with
extends cordial invitation toeveryone i>l .1.Ianman. M (llni k ) Nnl. : per paper.
a i "liu It mi tlu> 2''"ih ilar. ".rIIIV.; Clerk "l..,ti., .IIIIIJ".r' I III 532 South Street
to attend all meetings rum' ut Wnlt llullrk Chevrolet .
Mel| ,till. H 1.11Ii.. II 'II ''' I ., I We Sell Iteef and Pork for Home Freezers
during the week as well I Sim" Uf Kli.rtiln" ,IM l I.: .Sin.1111"II .'1, .1, (1\.1..
'I'll* iiroi'ffiH nf tht* Male will .
I I>l-lrl Vi .. HI ."ln.r,,,, I. ,
the activities t "
as Homecoming In. api.li..l, flrHt In the. /..lIy".1I1lOr ", i liu .Inlin.. < '..,,,,,, I .,' ,.. ..". zeI'' [[fl, ,l _, A.' Phone !91H.8281! 218 Wushlnirten St.
A special Invitation is tin.* roMtH,. uf ,iHtnlfIIIK., Biorlnicami ;= -r.. f--'
ed to all &lners to join extend-I HIIH.| of mii anil. the' cont of iJiilillratUui" of
afternoon song fest on the unlit.e of mill anil. I thin to theMiitJafili'tlon
22nd. of the .l.alame. cltie '
Rev P R Lawson pastor of I \under the contract, with Churlle ?UY .
!'. ('iiivi'ii. "I', (l. liox 275, MurkiKlorlUii \ -. '- ""' "" "t"-1Y1-""'"
Cedar Creek Baptist Church In I'OVerlHK' the flnunrlntfnf "!. ::

Jacksonville will serve as I ".aIII "motor" "..hlel... All} mirpliiH { 'I ,'
evangelist for the crusaJe.: \\lll 'ht, paid t" you unit you. I; { ?.... [ .... GQ1S R ,DIJS'.1' :, 1. "

Prior to coming to Jacksonville will. leinuln liable. fur uny baluni J> / ', '
e reiiminliitf, unpultl underMaid ; '-' ,
Rev Lawson pastorcd i ontriu. t. %"H''' '''' <<'' 'rl" "'" ', .
churches In Alabama Georgia The. uewMpaper pnullHlilniffthin ,; ,
and Florida. Special music for nutlt'H. uf Hale' Hhall not .be
liable' In .ilaniiiKoii.' to 'any pemonor
each service will be under the perHonH. niiineil: therein" iiilHinrtolel : :'M words> or lewn. one Insertion. Meiiuirlalw. KeflohHIuox, etc. Ui..pluy Ad* hi CliuiKlfled. Meet Ion!
direction of Harold Alvarez. .. from, the publication" uf
Northslde's music director. Hind, >not Ire.lenerul (minimum churRe) ___?._.?- -.__ 1.00 t> I ( Motor. AriM, >i>UinceCorporation If not paid In advance.-? ____ 1.25Keyml
[: of Thaak.: Up: to SO words.
U>. .1. VV. Vhkeiv. coded or blind add. 11.23 per" tuih after 8rst Insertion.

.h...vi-.'ntrlx riled> or mv the flniil HHIUH.,r,>Hirn of "f'lMlP HMxw UllllieHVllli 3 rt,. VV. ".*.,.'..I.'h'hll.".1 ,I'laef. (minimum ijutrice) -___--_______ 1.23 (Utlmum chiu-je) ---__ ______. %.::50

Kliinm. il, ....eiu.H(|. Hint I bintrue.i It 5lifMil lI 1'ucli. udditloniil word over XO__ __ .05( Over SO words: per word_______ .03
mv p.-tltlon for. ilUtrllnttlon -
and fi.,r rinnl illnchariceand I FOR SALE PetunUus' Ziulas. BE SURE TO SEE!: WORJJDL
!nnt, on. :May. 21)). 1'MSiI' I will' Insurance Problems?
I AT REDUCED RATES Coleus and other BOOK before
apply to the Iiomiranln. TheronA Th- Hoard. of County CominlHKlomrB Marigolds: I buying any
iGALS V..wn.. rniiniv Jmlife of Bradford .of Iiruilforil< County Call Tb Man From" & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AUTO FIKK. BOAT I annuals at reduced prices. : other encyclopedia. M. A.

County. Florida for appro.al Florida. have. m-leoted I the following .., "Keystone"George ,, 710 Lemon St. Patatk DOYLE E. CONNKR Shrubbery azaleas rose bushes Payne your local representative
*' of. Ha Id final return.* und for polling .pla. <.vB and.. appointed INSURANCE: AGENCYtfchg Salvla.. I
geraniums in bloom. since 1958. Box 620.
nn ord.-i, of. "llIlrlhutl..n. and for the following vloik, anil. E. LaRue Furniture Repaired, I ,
final, dim-name .a.* Ex-cutrlx: of InHpei'lom" for the Sei-on.l I'rl- Heights Upholstered & Kefinlshed egg-plant, pepper. Big Boy Phone 964-G7M. tfch.
FOR the will o.f Fred F. Flume, de.April l h"'llln to .lie held. on Keystone beef-steak tomato plants.
..0..1.. Consultant For AH] Your MATTRESSES REBUILTNew I
24, rnl! .
May Road
Phone 964-5511 Ralford Myers Power Tools)
2ith, 19HA I IHHirlit. .. I 1 :-I... I-- Iawley' HaveShiifiird. Insurance Needs.Representing Innersprings
(Mara. F. ('..I..n. .. Starke. tfchu
County Conmil"' loiierI'retliiit Area Headquarters For
I I'T.A n."OI. .'toN :No. I- l-u. \\, 'tv. 'itvHall. and Box Springs I MARY QARTERPAINTS Luwnmowpn
THOMAS A I'IKIM'R;; ( Great. American In... Co. Power Toot
awtey.. Clelk, : MIB. \\ I Drop Us A Card or Call FURNISHED APARTMENTS
:401Xorrh! :' Temple A v... F. Moore. InBpHitore: HaroldMiinl.'i. The Traveler' In.... Co. PALATKA K\ 5-BIBO I MrCulloch Chain Saw
.. 2 bedjoom. Light & Water
1'11111'1.l Florida : .. Hurl: Mi.Bley' ;\101'111.. SueIteddlHll. .1! 473-4692 Daj I' M. I Pump.* Jt Water Hynt >nuIlrlgjft
4. 24 4t B'llIn ; supplied Bulllnirton'* tfchg
473-4323: Nltes I 4 Stratton Engine*
'. HeiTiatli.ll .- fRS PEGGY SHAIXEX
:No 2--K..I1
'The I'mi. ii" .In.lae'a. Court InMnrl.hi. I're.'lnet .. I '1.1., Mii1 Auto Fire Home Baslnes' FOR RENT OR SALE-1 and HfntaN SnlfH' ", ,,"Ice
Hall, l iwtey 209 E. Adklns St.
\..1 I. ... IIr'''''''.'' .."..... .'. limpeclorMMrw, : : Monthly Payment' Plan 230 N.E.: 16th Ave.Oalnetn'lIl. .
!I" .rl..r. I Starke. At,; it 1 2 bedroom trailers. move
I I. JoneH. ;Mm. ,KatherliH'l : Complete Line 376-3411
I to lot or will *
.. trailer own
In i. .IJtI..rdrl... T I ILirhurn J. Jm" ,ilanfreilmt ] your
l>--.1. :Mm
rlrndv oi'i'eaHedNOTICK ;\l : friiwfordllrailfuril ofPAINTS furnish lot and trailer Will\ I tfchg.
: :: ll'i\: Or"'fT: No. J -
-WITH GLOSS l County Fair llullillnHClelN FOR SALE Good business I ANDSUPPLIES sell trailer with no money ,!
THIS OUTST..DING. IXTIItIOIt All iTedltiir' of. tinixtiite" .' ofiltin Ml"I, Nellie I' 'dinner. InHie. MASONRY SERVICE and residential. properties InStarke I : Call before 7 t\. m. or EUNICE NURSERY
PRODUCT COVERS WOOD, \ T rirnil\' |" .a. .1. .areU ..'lorH. Wall'I,. II. I I-1'. J l- Azaleas 3 for $1 up. Roses
RICK, MASONRY STUCCO '> ).> iti.tin..l" and ro'inlred tot'll. Mm. Mantle. !">'inn rI.Utrlil Improved and unimproved after 7 p. m. J. B. White 9641651 .
ilenlri.' ,, fruit and shade trees and
l/e (
all -
: "
AND CEMENT an\ .Io'.r', demands'hi. nO'ly11", < '
SURFACES S"i 2 llm Ii 1- llinfK1't'T. H. V. Knight, P. O 4tfhg 5' 121
.. 1 MILDEW INHIBITORS \* ,. ', 'tlti.\ tna' v hiixi* .aifalliHt 1 1 ,' :f,' .'''\III, .'..", ,,, ret Block; iril t typ.. Hiindjrrerunt ; tttttg For All Purposes ihrubs. All container grown.
r. City
DRIES' TO TOUCH IN 30 MIM."' aid eHtnte. In the nffirp. nf the lii.t Hall, UnteN. K\rr .tlilnnwesnury 2 miles North of oft
> 40c I
E P Ci OVEIt ALl. BUT .' No 4- .I"Io\.n\ ALL FOR SALE: --Blarkbcriies.\
Mints jiidtci' "t' ItiMiiri.rd Ciinntv \ -
Am" ''.'L'an l--,,lon imildlimClerk for concrete. nmnoiiry WAITRESS WANTED Apply 301 Ph. 782-3483
SOc qt.
Flurlda. In. 'lit. .iiirthmiMe\ atsiailo ... .. WlllkHw' Ii'Hpe.t.rM qt.-you pick them. -
fiNISH *"' ruction.
e EC I : F'lnrldi.. within HlxI. Myrtle \\' .1"\0'. ., ManK In person at Garden Restaurant we pick, them Milo Smith I
*OAP AND>> WATER ,I. "'Ii 1, i. ......nlh. frnni." tin" .date \\.. will meet any price tin tfchg
CLtANUPArnerfai 1. ;Ni-eKel.; Jn"e-lh \ y1't Law ley. Ph. 782-36J9.:) 3tp 512[ I FOR SALE 1960 Falcon.Railo .
of the flral p..hll"lItlo... of tillni.tli. 1 all\ nutterlaU. \\ ltliln Ilriul- PRICES I II
.. ,Kjiilt: .1... ".. in.,* demandMMMI ,I ,i, Il\l'l lit ..tIt"r.1 No > ( IIIlerK ,, II. h'J'. ford i'onntyM! > STILL.MAINTAIN I :: heater auto trans. Excellent
>I.>. I.'rll'n... .. nnd 11111'"1 iii..v" ,"' Phone 961-8201 condition good tires
M.-Hai In.pc Sen'Ice station I
Situ. H ; : : Ql'ALITY. WANTED -
-ililti 'til. pin nr "ri>Hliini| anil ; -
pout iilfl.! .. ildill.. ..H nf. tinilalnt- .irH. MrfanillB. "I'1. Wlln.i.ruaimnt" Bottin Equipment 353 N. Temple employee day shift no heavy $425 cash. Phone 969-2933:
s Best Paint Value 'int' ..i hi'>* iitinrti.m,. It wilt inlly iTuwforil. :Mi'' nuADFOiinKNC1NEKIIINO Ski Belt Life Jackets, work Smith Shell Station. after S p. m. R. L. Strunk

!h.-. ..in...'" \.iid, HI milInir*., I.. la\\ -., _:. '-. : ; ; CO. Life Preserver Cushions I I Lawtey. 3tp 512; Itchg
.l.\ I.- i Tnwiii. I II I .
VIr Towxi:. llM-iiiinr: I fill. Th. !9fi 1-2521:>> Starke Air Matress Oopsles. TRANSPORTATION! ,I I FOR RENT -2 bedroom unfurnished
.. :l--i: (I. .if A.li:. '.I lii:; T: ,ili.ulv.Kli : I Snorkles See Keep your party together I II
MARY CARTER .. ... .. Fins. us house on Fla. Power
MARY CARTER /) .. <1. 12 Wides charter Greyhound bus Call
t nilliII. atliin, on the Utll I for the Complete Line I a MOVINGDue and Lights. Phone Hampton.
JOO< ; PAINTSPhone day of Mnv, A. n I 1'iflrt.TIII'M I 20 ACRES of farm land for FIRESTONE STORE I Lncy Conway Greyhound 964- 469-1048 or M9-3491 tfchg

9B1-8201 t.\S Al IMKIU'K Custom:; Made sale or lent near Laxvtey $500 ,I 4051 or night 964-1944. Lacy to the fact of our
PAINTS ny n<.or..e II I'len"e Florida Llvfaif down with easy tcrnn. Write Conway Flying Service tfchg BE GENTLE be kind to that
jiri.jnl: \ TBIIII|.|.. Ae.Ktnilo. For ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS ever growing
353: :J N. Temple Ave.
,,, W H Spivey 110 N. W. 7th expensive cirpet Clean it with
FlnrlilaThomat. \ '
built to order Machine work. have moved to
A I'l.'tte, Get More Ave. Miami or call 6677622.4tp PURE: OIL COMPANY: we a Blue Luttre. Rent electric

11\'. .\1 1"1\" YOU 319 Boat, Motor and Pump repairs Has two bay service station larger ofl n'. Rhoden's shampooer. $1. Starke: Hard
P O. PrawiT 1 1010Starki I) For Your $ S Brown's Repair Shop. Rt 1.
Walnut and !Madison
for lease at Bookkeeping Service ware.

Complete Line of Floor Tile ', Fla "/12 4t fl -' No Salaried or Commissioned SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC Lake Box 363 Starke [Klngsley tfchgKINOSLEY I II Sta. Paid training available will be sharing an office I

c Employee CONSOLE MODEL SEWING Call Travis Mathts. Jack, WANTED WAITRESS Cook
with Central Emplojment
In The < onnll! Ju.lHe'N. Court Inn.l
I SPECIAL 15 % .**... llriiflford. <.nunf>, :MACHIN'K. Must place In your I LAKE HOUSE sonvllla. 356-1331 tfchg Service located and filling station attendant.
r'lorl.ln. DAD & BRAD LAUSEN aiea A-l shape. Zlg Zags. : for sale Wilte or call V QMcCoy. Apply In e.enlngs at B & O

In r.. .1.?..IIII..r. Adrla, T LIKE TO WORK buttonholes fancy designs etc. Jr.. P O. Drawer 1148 FOB SALE or trade 3 bedroom at 3.J.3-A: N. Temple Truck\ Stop tfchg

!nx) !) Pure Vinvl. -Per Tile- nra.ll NOTK'i l I.ei i':.OKI.OF.d 1'IIOHATK Sold new for over $300 MUST I or phone 376-7290 Oalnesvllle. CB house. Large family room Ave. (next door to fav! 4
FOR SALE 19t14 Valiant
Tii All I'erHona Intermted In YOU Benefit! SACRIFICE Just pay balance Fla tfchg closed garage double lot. Most Home Appliance Store) I
Jr radio and heater. Good
$62. or assume $8 monthly desirable location. OT A I
I RENT Funlohed Air Please feel free condition. Small equity and
FOR to
I pa j'menu. Will take older machine Payne 204 S. Glenn St. Phone .
All Sizes on Display condo 2 bedroom I' take Phone 964-
cottage on up payments.
in trade. Call Credit 964-2701 until 4:30: p. m. 964- by and see us: about any
81012Videa! reservations 6965 Itp
Manager COLLECT. Jacksonville Crystal Lake. For 6792 after 5 and on wet'kends'l i problem you may ha\e
1i' Haths call L. K. Whltehead. 969- '
3S3-1946 anytltre.' Will\ tfchg with bookkeeping. FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
Motors and Expandable!!! 3673 tfch
Jerwillegar deliver No obligation.
We specialize: In Small Bedroom living room
2tchg 5,12VAKTUNC ;, FOR SALE Chrome bronze M O V K; DWe kitchen and dining room. No

New and Used tone dinette table and 6 chairs have moved to our Business Accounting.: I children. Utilities extra. $4S

<35 Phone 969-4253 tfchg! I new location in order Same! Phone 969-3741: I per mo. 206 S. Water St.
8Yr. financing available 1'AINTS better. Phone 964-4034 3tchg 5'26
:serve; !
ANNOUNCES Tung Oil Milken. the l>lffennce LAWN MOWING. HsOue' trimming I you

EHpecliilly. formiilutml 6 days a week. SatUfaction ,: No fees charged unless FOR RENT-2 bedroom partly I WANTED TO BUY lot on

Use Our Rental-Pur- for Fliirl.l.i ('Uml1te.t guaranteed. Phone Toby we find you a job. fumUhed home Contact which a house will be moved.

chase Plan-Payments At Your or Larry O'Neal at 533-2912. '' Come in and Register. Gladys Harrington alter 6 p Need at least 73 ft. frontage

ANOTHER SERVICE TO STARKE Under $50 Per MonthHOW FIRESTONE STORE _4tp 5 26 Next: Door To Gay's Home m 337 N1 Wa'nut St It with 7500 sq. ft. Write "Lot".

tf VACATION IN THE !i 353 A N.Appliance Temple. 969-3741 LOST White lemon hound I Drawer "A" Starke Itp

NO. 4J6Build :MOUNTAINS ? near Sarnp&on City Call R. HOUSE FOR RENT-3 bed

or Park a trailer, on thH>! New cottage in Blue Ridge Central M Heriey! Jr 4j3-44H. Itchg rooms. 2 baths living and dining

AND BRADFORD COUNTY 6 acre( With approx. 400' lake Mountains. 10 ml. fro.ti Ridge- Employment I rooms. Three acres of
frontage. 5 Minutes drive to crest. on paved hlwav. Sleeps' APARTMENTS FOR RENT land wash house garage all

I Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE Stance!: Just $7935. $1500 5 comfortably. Completely Center SKRVICE4I : 9 9S1UI LIght and water furnished $50 I furnished. Quonset house 7

own furnished: with utilities. $40 per mo. 514 S. Eppeison St miles south of Stark. Hlway.

NO. 407 per week. June thru Sept. I HOUSE FOR SALE 2 bed : Up 301 $55 month. Call Gainesville

Full Lake Privileges Special'3' Bedroom Modern.Masomy weeks available. Write P. O. room frame house corner of SMALL: MONTHLY PAYMENTS I 372-9816 or write 834 B.Unlverity .

Paint and Work I Homestead Exempt : constructed home )")I'av'p" A. Starke FIn tfohg< Brownlee and Grand Sts : \ will buy your own Ave Itchu

Body Financing Tile floors and bath. Cir. Oil WANTED STARTED PULL 1 Small Down Payment Reason home !garden and chicken GAINESVILLE AWNTNQ CO.
heat AUtch 1 able Monthly Payments. Call
City Water: garage ET GROWERS With houses space Also furnished and unfurnished Pato covers. Screen enclosures.
Large landscaped lot. 1 C64-OP63 after 5pm 3tp 5'19KINOSLEY ': .
for rent.W
apartnvnu Boat
Lake Geneva and equipment to produce Carports. ports. Window

By Ernest Green Handy to all. Only $7750. pullets for local hatchery. Call LAKE cottage for H Noll man. tft-hg awnlnsrs.. Aluminum siding.

Small Down payment 1'1 .... 1't''ftlnr. 376-8H88!
< 1' "
VTROIL RAKES. Brooker rent 3 hedrooms and dock
FOR SALE Attractive home
Trailer Sales Ph. 489-2401. 4tchz 5112: I May through August Make reservations.
2117 N. Tl'mplf've.. on U S. 301 past Sleepy Hollow NOTHING EQUALS the dUtinctive -

[If. S. 301 ] : Call 964-64S1 or I Motel. Newly painted; flavor of the Black
Free Estimates Terms On Route 100 On. :Mils SEKeyntona 964-5454. 1 Itchg
Budget Phone 9R -311)1. Slarke' LADIES NITS EVERY MON-I I II back porch with, cement floor: berry. Order yours now for
Heights _____
DAY at Fun Spot. I 2 pear trees, small pecan trees I your freezer by the flat or

Open Sun. & Evenings FOR KENT-3 bedroom unfurnished mitted i free. Summer hours 8 BEAGLE PUPPIES -7 wks. : and I pines.= Bargain Joe more. Bartlett Grovea Highway

I home. Call 984tfchg- to 11 p m. All sesslo>ns. Gents 'I I AKC Champion Bloodline. Martin. Rt 2. Box 54K. Starke.Fla : I 21, Melroae. Phone 4752025. -

2561, regular price. 4tchg 5126 Jacksonville 725-2908. Itp 32091. 3tp 5'26' it


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was never In this game as they after 3. 11 to 2 nt tha end of this content will represent I IStatke. 1. I This should eventually Increaseto 1 Ifor the future construction of
could only net 5 hits one in 4. Pine Level pir'kcci up 4 runs along. with Garden ) Janelle Pollard! led Wwkler'sKcglers Services SundayFor 200 jobs and a million dol- II 23 residences to house employees -
I RECREATION NEWSMen's 1 each inning; while Garden in the 5th and trailed 11 to 6 Restaurant In the big Invitational with n 449 8t't. while Mrs. GaineyOf I lar payroll the speaker! said. although these will not
slapped out 12, ona oi them after 3. l Each team seated one Tournament: to bo held a big S44 series was rolled by The new facility will be a be available whe ntho center
over the fence by Clark. T. more run to make the final here May 27, 28 and 20 Stephen Smith Brooker combined diagnostic classification first gas Into operation.
Sfrlckland. Ten'ell.! und H. score 12 to 7 for Garden. Pine Ilaiituut, Bays. Baseball Eagles: took four games from medical treatment.
Softball League I had 10 hits enroute to the 5
I Godwin each ha.i 2 hits to Level rapped out 13 base' hits Tl UasrUnll Funeral services for Mr : I
Results Thurs May 5: inning victory. James Williams >e Bantam Days Bradford Burber Shop and by und reception center. A Classified Ad< In the TELEGRAPH -
pace t.e; Gar>cn attai! .k. Cnrn- but left 10 runners stranded< League will! have Its opening doing so were able to finish MattUOalnev, 76. of Brojkar bring result
Garden Restaurant easily' pitched and batted Pine Levelto I were held! at 1 ]P. m. Sunday: at Skelton said! that plane call
es for Pest Control was 2 for on bas pnths.VllIlnm games Thursday. :May 12 The in a tie for 3rd place. Steve
whipped Flu Pest Control' 11 ; victory as he collected 3 2, one of them a 3 bagite: !: : Edniondson.,! Grini'j first of three games will begin lilley paced his. team with a Greater Bell :Methodist: : Church '
to 1 lu a 5 Inning game. Garden hits in: 4 trips to the plate hud! DIlVI8'1 I with R?v. G. S. Cameron officiating.
and Jackson each : i
Winning pitcher Qritlis; los- at 4 p.m. The season wos 413 net while Larry Williams CONGRATULATIONSTo .
rapped 12 base hits limiting and limited Lawtey to only 3 ing pitcher Landry. for Pine I Lev(>}. Harold Godwin scheduled to open Sat. May woe! high for the losers' witha Burial was In Rhud'Branh
their opponents to only 5. safeties. Conner had 2 hits. the for Garden Cemetery under the'
was big gun 7, but was' postponed because 383 set.Trophies.
Qrlffis was the wliuiliis pitcher Winning pitcher Williams: Noc-gel's Auto Bales walloped as he knocked; 2 out of I. of the weather. will be presented 111 ectlon of Duncan Brothers.I Senator Mallory Horne On His
while Landry absorbed the loser, .
: Phillips.Nocgel's the bull park and 1Jrd: one Funeral Home. !
hapless Lawtey R Thursday's schedule: to members of the 1st and2nd I IMr
loss. T J. Clark lilt one over tlon tram 19 to 4 cl'ca-I sent the !folder up njjaln.st thefence. 4 p.m.Llberly National vs I 1 place teams and their GaIney was a native o' Election May 3.
the fence to help OJl'den.0\ ( \ Auto Sales come collection of 20 hiM! and) numerous I Mallny end Clark hold Triest 6 p.mJohns Oil vs uponsors. Individual.: trophies Alachua County and a memberof
Its 7th win against no defeats! out on top of a game Humptai: Liiwtey miscues 3 hits and IVrivll" had 2. Win- Southern. Discount. 8 p.m.- I will go to Wayne McLcod for Greater Bell Mcthjdist I A Sincere THANK YOU.To .
Pest Control's record is now 3 team 10 to 4 In a game that gel's put the game Noe-I ning pitcher. Pace; loser Hay- Lawtey vs H. C. Wall. his high game of 229 and his Church.
wins and 4 losses. was closer: than the score In- out of roach early by scoring burn. Three games will also be high series of 602 and to Surviving air three daughters :My Fellow Citizens Who Rewarded My
dicates. Hampton[ ; scored :3 12 runs in the 2nd inning/ I I The 2n.l gone. between Fla played Sat, May 14 : 2 p.m.-- Stephen Smith for the high Mis Amanda Cjmwell of With Their Vote.
Noegel's Auto soles clobbered runs in the 1st inning and Becler. Ilardee Paladino and ,,, rest Control and ll.tmpton Johns Oil vs Lmvtpy .J p. mH. league average of 181. New York: :Mrs: Addle! Nelson: Candidacy
the Lawtey Recreation team held a 3-2 lead until Noexel' Thomas each had 3 hits for walt rained out C. Wall vs Liberty National. : Uuuicn'N Softball and Mrs. Ernestine! 11111, both
19-2 iu another) 5 Inning contest picked UD 4 In the 4th inning- Noegel's with Harilee hittingone ; tongue[ stanilings' ( I weeks! ) : 6 pmTriest vs Sou- The initial meeting to form of Brocker; one son. Leo Oaln GEORGE LEWIS
Noegel's had a 12 run I of play. to take the lead! 64.< over the fence. Winning' Cmilen. 8.0: 1'lno Level 4-4; thern Discount and organize: a Softball leaguefor ey New York:; one sister. Mrs
2nd inning spree that put the Nocg"!1's added one in the 5th pitcher Paludino; loser Phil Nocgcl's Auto. 4-1; Pest: Control Pony League Uiwhiill: women, was held Tuesday Susie Chester Tampa; 12
game out of reach. N.: egel's and 3 in the final inning fOI lips. 3-1.i ; H.iiniton. 3-1; Lnw- All boys age 13 14, 15 are night at the Recreation Center -I grandchildren and 17 Bieat- (Pd. Pol. Atlv.)
collected 20 hits one of thema the 10 to 4 win Each team I"rhhay.I"y: 6 tey Iter-reMI"n. 1-7. urged, to attend the practice and 16 ladles In attendance grandchildren.
four bagger by Claude liar- had a total of 10 hits. Sanford Garden Restaurant had a Schedule for this, week : session of the Pony League Indicated a lot of Inter. I I I
dee. had 2 hits for Not! e's.: will!e slight score but managed to Thurs.! May 12 --Hamptonvs Sat., May 1110 a m. at the est in having the league. Plans Hears
"Lawtey could muster only 3 Lawson and Hin.soii hod 2 fo acM victory No 8 by trim- Pine Level, 7:SO p.m. Test Recreation Center are to form a league of at Rotary
hits PaladIno was the winning Hampton. Winning pitcher ming Pine Level 12 to 7. Garden Cc.nta'ol'S Luwtry II!> p.in. Tern Bunting I least four teams. 4 r
pitcher, Phillips the loser Paladino: loser, Tein.ll. came. out swinging and 10'1'1.Iav: : 13 -- Hampton vs The Teen Bowling League The league elected the following Talk On New
picked) up 6 big runs in the I On i'den. 7-3O: PIne Level vs finished Its ""Il"onlonhy+ : officers: President hazel -
Pine Level Baptist Church Qaiden Restaurant checked initial Inning :rut Tine Level :Nopjrel, 0 |IJ m night at Starke Lnnes.! The Gi"Iffls; Vice-President. Prison FacilityPaul
after dropping two consecutive 'IP another easy victory their had to play "catch up" the I Mon. :May 16. Lawtey vs first place/ finisher of the league Shirley Coats: SecretaryTreasurer -
,am.'s got l>ncc!: an the win 7th against no defeats wIthIn rest of the game:; Onrclen led I Hampton 7:30.: Pent'' Controls surprised everyone nnd Johnnie Smith. Skclton. deputy director -
track by shutting out Lawtey 11 to 1 fivp-lnnlna win over to 1 +niter 2 Innings, 9 to 2DRIVEID Pine Level 9 p.m. climaxed a !late season surge The next meeting will be for business! affairs of the
Recreation 10-0. Pine Israel Fla Pest Control. Pest Control This %\<>elc's games:; tire veryInpoitiint by the victorious! Curps This held at the Pratt Street Ball! Florida Division of Correction
: to the tennn: batt- team stalled off the seasonIn Park Tuesday May 17, at 7:30: *, discussed! the new prI-
lliiK: to be, In 2nd pluce utter 54.h place worked,! their way
pm. Anyone interested< in son facility, now under con-
r'rhi"y.lay: 13, !,ones have to 4th, then 3rd rand on the participating In the league is struction near Lake Butler., at
been completea.: At this next to the last round they urged to attend. Please come the Starke Rotary Cli.b We wilting/ << Pine level and Noe- were tied for 2nd place and on prepared to practice. needs v.
_ Thanks Folks I I m; <1's Vtitn (fah1! ire uquil: In the final round finsheJ: strong Skelton said the facility will Bradford County, my sincere: thanks for
ind l 'lost And these'
/H inieH/ non< : < to take' first. cost $7'4 million when It Is
Open 7:00: tw"> 'I'n: -. will' inr" } i Friday;(' Monday MKht'i! ItcgettsCarp's M>'IMI Foil:. I 01'.'rtt%1"1.10'1"0"oeru: ; finally completed and will the fine vole and support you gave me in
nielli: :\II1:1/ : If things/ go .. have a total value of $9. sinceIt
Show Time 7:15 took three gantt'sfrom Nee Ill I.II) I. e
I '" pI"h' b....1 the winner of, '>nT"'I." i M nitiriY: : I11INthat :: Is bring constructed with! the :May 3rd pilmary, and for the many
4,1 ADMISSIONIdults the 1st team Wells
A place t Mi; H. I. flutt.n I lie linlilviof I labor
""" prison at
a in
75e r Students! 60c, Electric to win the league: III.' follow Ul'< I tlfli lit I- savings courtesies extended me during my cam-
Children Under 12 Free md pushed Wells! to a 2nd ,,,. rudadd. .) > ic'rlltkl ntcH, for u cost'
S. FlORiDA place finish. Clip'iodi. > the I Inv' Bred; t'l lit lIHtlftl thllln. When in operation the new paign.
: The "'! (u rlo'III.! iiilinliil'H, /urid! facility will
FHI.. SAT.. SUN. 't'd': of a big haiull'ap! and a yfilfH ?f Iwmumc*. the 1..1'11)!| provide around
:May 13.: 11. 15; I 101 series! by Bdl'blll'afastert: : lull fir the I prop| | ."itv. and tlu Jobs with a $600,000 an-
THEATRE to victory John Odom rolleda .limn'* 'In which, If airs. .uHH..ieclIII nual payroll, Skelton said. I would also like to compliment my opponents
"* Ifl follHrllfimli)) :
')120 set to the losers.
A Hurst Shell Service blew '' -. ;No.II J JY tiflculi'K shall/ b! ... rc-di-i.-d'.' u. for the line gentlemanly; manner in
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DISASTER! their big chance to cap the .Hi>si rliitlon of Property: ;NiIlllll' >. .. In Hiit-h. ,'"rllfJtoIlI.-,
Showtime( Weekdays 7 Lot dese l IK Oil ilK UIH1 which they conducted their campaigns.
title as they were only one, im Hill! III- sold I., Iii,' hi"". ., kill
x.'.'. 2', T-5-S.! U 2.I1JN'nim' ,
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Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1 tonrl hmiHt deer on'
out of first were
game : In %%'hlili" rfHwsiieil Afldstutf the rr.t! I
Monday In ;Month "t
; willing against the league's Ilom,.-s. III,'. June, 1966. which IK the. IIIh dalor
FRIDAY SATURDAY ,3th place team but as fate All .r ...11.. 'pnnipr'v .lirlntt I" June.. 1'MIil Sincerely,
M the (county of Urndr..'d., stab
: Ached lhl End .. .
1 IN CI might have It, Hurst was day .fIuy.;
May 13, 11 if vin1'IdnI'nl < 1BII6 EDDIE ALLEN.
soundly defeated 3 games to ,, ..j"in..hrllfl, .uti< "r ,oi rnxui.nn:
AflIlY i I
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Their Support and Confidence ISNEYS 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom

THEUG1'CISflL $7,400 $8,200

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For Mr. ParrishOf
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Graham ,I
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1 II Iui1.114 !pi,"<>uiiincud clenili Floiiflrt Bunk it' Stake Alte.
"i ii TI i 1h nl at n Staike, hU8t -. 'Pivln ::1'1I'RI'> / will, tubnnklnw I t
,t ,IIIunda: nfternoon, fol-!I institution' staitiim ns r y t
'"v n>, .1 i sudden illnesaVI ; teller in 1941.
i 1'.11 ,'IHhy.l... born InHl'lldrol'd !M' Heinwa!) was vice pn1--
County on Jlav !",dent! and cashier until list 1
!hl 87,, mil hud resided in Jan. 1 when he was "iicc'i'pde 1
"UK MUNI/ ill his life, lie \\IIH. as cashier by J E TomllnsonBtf
retard' finmei tend n mem- .a
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1929):!!) :Mi Heinvall had several
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;years cxppilfnce In banklnc\
Thcressa Wildcat
me! his. widow
at MInnosQtn He moved toStar'ce
PH) hS Punish. of In 1936. I
i in' three daughters Aim, J.h..rl. ('ln\erscttli. and, I sun, yl.rrhnll: I areviolin
Mr\ Hiimvi'l'! wl1'mum\ '
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member the
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rectors of the bank, and In UMCiitlv' \ ulii'ii It *.mwi( :\1 \nimi Cantner of Vienna .
\V Vi : a son. Lem 1'11r1'IKh"llann. no plans for hI'I, I" home ill I.1..'...'",,>1. 'I"h111 u'iKlitd priixim.lfol |, -
\ two stepsons, Hail ( other than to hike it ety"far l 3H |pounds> | ; und was 3(1( ini'In.s long and 20 i-i
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id' BHIiifSlade, of Avon.'
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7 s tr It l 1 11 1 ,i,m Thursday In Jones
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Music ProgramSet
May 19 At

Brooker Jr. High

1 4A The annual Spilng Music
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Starke's Disposal Plant From The Air first and second BarnyardFamily

I I ; third. and fourth .- popular Night Depository provides
This aerial view of Starke's' the digester go there, to be per cent free of Impurities' as Acres. and Soulhgate! Subdivisions lines extended to ( r'n, Di Ironbeaid., and fifth, sixth, immediate bank safety for business receipts
new ?5UI.875 sewerage treat dried an,1,1 hauled away. it passes' through tIe, rho- federal !grant totaling Acres east another $12000(), "seventh and l eighth songs: cash and checks every day and every
ment plant "which went Into,' 't I he new plant has a capacity line chambers., extreme: left 164000 was also ro'-' and the riniiimlei oi the from i "Mary Poppina..
operation last December is I' of I.IIUII.OOO B lions perl) of the photo. $K 10.11011 went. or is ruing to night of the year; in fact, any time before
the first yet to show the entire 21 hours but handles the I, .\ 6'75.000 bond I issue .d.Scu'r extensions. to< tlreeiicros I othere additions. u repairs" ; lo\ Recent Births or after our regular banking hours! For
layout in a Hlngli photo. city new at only half that, floated to build the plant wa"l ,\, and South Kate ost ap- the sewer system. safety and peace of mind:
U.iw sewage" enters the Water" letting the plant i Is 97I! new trunk lines tn t the proxlinatelv $1 to.OIlO.) Water617r' I Mi and Mrs. Arnold Q
plant at the Jesrlttcr. the Smith of Staike announce the USE OUR NIGHT DEPOSITORY!

- fmall square at the bottom .... .. birth' of a son CialK Michael.
-W< -- '-, '. "' "
I If It of the concrete walk'Funeral Services | -r" 'F' ''1" .;' : IN' .r V'P'1' c-;,. 1a \ on March 29. in St Luke-
where hard foreign matter" ItIin.uM'rt. .... rAt:4:1 t \ : (, :, ., ........... ., ," Hospital!
For J. C. Godwin : ,
It hen U. punt;>el j --- --
to the nixinn tank to the At Long Branch ,,t}tj"'I":1ij' dGHN DOE' ;Mi and Mis Glen Euui'n! FLORIDA
nettling tanks, und rent-ration Ball\ 1&k ot Like Butler an-
tank, back of the main building !- : ,; q noun:'" the birth" ,Jt:1
: Tan" i rat, irv::'es we:'" he: t \ : son .. ''
ut the right bottom. it 2 !r)> ui May 411. r f-i)r .1/ >. .' llaualils< Leon oniIIY: 5 11 ..) B Aff'lt ''t'>1" Sjr.l'A\R; s :\ ]( > "', : < "
Frernhere/ the dec'crrnpo.- :>lhi ; G-ctv,!In, 6J in the I.'mHi.iiTli : Bialfoid: County HI:'vpital.rsia !. ..: ; .., ;
vewaicr will go to the clnulirdlKesti'l : Biptlst Church' at .,

'' uhich betair-e'+* not enough yet In I Clay I till Rfv Melvin W:"I'.rn ..."..."."... .'.I way you Won'r write.POINT Come for In and eat l ll One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
operation ,
stun! of a.alutn: DaptS' ", '
Rjlids, have not bult! nn .\' ';hLI.v c :i. of;;icialtcl\ ,Mln; :a< ". l eelcct HltOOK your favoriteESTEIt, Member Federal Deposit Insurance
foiiiilkUn Corp.CARTON'.
the drying p.n. Ttl.E';
the top center are ublji\ KM.iiiL pii t tn: i of tiuax- Telegraph,
beds which"' also are not In illc 'J"pt.st Cha i:ill, >u. i inn r- .
live.. I I'litliitesUble solids from w


u Serving Florida

Since 1950

O ori a reeeur9 crake, Jill t" ........... .

......,....,..................,...... "nFI-'OIU-; :" "..u"rl'Jt"Now ';

Mrs. Lucile Cordially It's Mail Box Improvement WeekIn / r

Godwin OF
I WelcomesYou making a significant: <'ontributUm prill his designated. the weekof 'tention to the need. for providing
Representativeyl to the objw. .tivt.:sand Mu: [ 121 1 ;is. Mailbox Im- mail rerpptacles whichare
1 Ph. 961-5321 and Your success of President" )1i...o""m"nt'eck, I. drained, to protect the
1013 E. Call St. Family to Your Johnson's Natural Beauty The purpose of Mailbox Im- mail from the weather and
New Home Program the Postmaster CJcjn- Pl'ovement'k"' is to call at- which are neat In appearance.
Starke conveniently located, and safe

of FloridaIt Interment was In Lon\ Branch Jams C and Johnny Q.. both 1 Postmaster T. C Hazen, Jr
Genii...tery. of Clay Hill, three sisters and urges patrons on routes out
Is Our Desire To ;Make You Feel Welcome and Mr Godwin a resident of 13 mand! <'hlklien. I I of this his office to (ooperate In

You With Your City. Clay Hill, died at his norne on Active pallbearer! were Bu- program.
To Acquaint Appropiiiito) notices have
Monday. May 2 He was born ford HlijKinbotham Doss HiKuinbotham I COCA COLASWith
bet'n mailed to tl mo patrons
in Clay County and had livedIn ( Dan Punish, C. C ,
)lopes and the
phone 6 I I with difi'itlve( (
the a
If you are new in area, the MaxvIlle-Cluy Mill area Britt Biyant Caitti unj Jimmy j i Pail Office Defl.II''anent thanks
all of his life He was a member
prompt visit M Biooka! those |)''ition-i ul take timeOut
call will a
bring: you of the :Maxvllle.[ Baptist I
The Purchase of 8 More Gallons
to blinK "I I I box up to or .
from your local hostess. Please give Chuich itiiml,iitl,
Sal ill 1117 me )hi 11 widow. I Of Gasoline at the Following
her: a call! She has maps and many :Mrs Ivi-lvii Godw n: tine,' THE: Iliaiir POINT: for the
damiltiMis l Mabel! Harm way you< write r-omn In and
free and wonderful gifts for you -1....t favorite, I-STF.IC-:
: and/ Mis shlil\' N P11.I 1 1'K't "" joiir(
KIUIOK) fountain) ,pen. 'JKLK-;
both of Clay Kill and
from local businesses. #. .r OKAI'II. SinElair Stations
Mr Sarah :M Rhliid'css! of
Hollywood. Fla: two sons)


E. Sinclair Faulkner's Sinclair

To The Many Friends and Supporters !H7 J N. Temple Ave. 70''!) S. Walnut Street

I Whose Confidence and Votes Made

My First Primary Race For The House Burton's Sinclair
In G Boatwri h' Sinclair I
r'I of Representatives Such A Success. t
about this question! : I1HJ1IWAV 100

512 West .Madison Street
Keystone; HeightsSinclair
"I have almost $1)00; invested -
I Humbly Ask Each Voter To Join in golf and fishing

With Me In Our Mutual Effort To Give equipment., IhU is exposed -

Honest and EFFECTIVE Representation ear to or theft away at home from, home.in my 50TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS
''', To The People Of (Bradford) Would! a Homeowners I'ol- Limit One
rf both\ theft of
icy cover [ 6 Transistor
(Clay) (Union) Counties. sports! equipment and my ; Mi

Ii. liability for injuries and I'' RADIO I .
property damage I flight .. : i
('a use?" t' .

SHA W Charley: E. Jo1naAgency f.b C,. .98 .
A"r.TEEi gT W. L. THOMAS 3 Power

131 S. Walnut St. Marketer Beam 99 C

PHONE 961-0201 LanternTIICRS11tY.
(Pd. Pol. Adv)

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FIGHT nit tin..IIIU C'Ht) N1'r; ,11RR;. 1"I.lnU"" TMI'KSI. IM11/ /\\' 12. IJGO!

Rolls 1161/2 Points KullonN. ,IM i luen', II"""''" t t., i I. J J. i ally nnil, I "ill I 0101"I
---- Up ---- \ State Meet 'IH H 1'el.lhll.I. i unit tti' i ,,1\1:1.1': .:s \. |milt: \ rilK'; RIGHT POINT for the
Ul..w..r-II.. ..all. .i. lynu i i I'1.1 1 .ik of i'n'''ml .. Set grrlect! your lAVOitte E3'rERBIt1 : -
SaturdayFor II P Mir tmoluil imirliiu u ./1 a .it 'i/l'l!
pinl with a 12 volt /OK founuUk. pro. TELfcUKAPII. -
BHS Runners Win Regional Championship Trackmen HOnniator; blownr (. .
at least. 225 C10.M. at Plastic Notebook $2.50: :; at the

H. I iirmuiim.. boatel''' ulr TEI.ECK\rH.

[iiini|>niu to u leii-.lvi. ., \\ liii and 11.1> IJ Lop\i' gas; third at To-1 ado runners will head tliil holed I "no fun. ill nuxxl,'1 Ip, fiatim with |

i' Reg! anal meet Fiidax! l.j;: iitt' I I I for the state inert at the Uni- irmlleaH of iiutinit.

'I I ,ul.i thlncLads coiitiiniei .: k Mx 1)1, ..in (' in.tn 'l.jny Lawson Need More DepthGridders I vei'lty of Florida Satuiday. anil tntrliiK furled.'. liy,. 1UHH.
inulutlou mi''U'i MILLION 1 I THANKSFrom
but Conch Dnlrt Hiiise Is not A
i 1 upremacy1' intui had II i pair of second ItoI orlflio 1)1'0 HVm. in
i linen and proved tlu'mve'-" !' I Ill IICJ 1 in/ ii very iCHpLCttibie i at nil optimistic about a state ii lxvN for xII eta 1I,1II'd,

tI.' "'i 1(11cr than uiijunet ::1:01.1: Jmll mile; and u 40.1::i: 1 1n championship lh..K... from :v Kiill'uui, !
J lit # Work Preliminaries; beMn at 0:30a itulliinn HIT hour ,
t "a i Uu' mile I .
hauler. Tiiitl system and!
C i u '!h 1 13 Hid HUISO -dl t : '.' "' ,. ,,,; Juts SUIistki m. and the finals at 2:3D: pIlls ulatlon .system coil aril I '

,i- i dh! Ii l up 118'j pjinti, \\iiliI'M ": .,. ...;;. }[IHh HuidltM.: 1 Baker I m 1Jolt IM". Hiilelutltt \ LOUIS HUNTLEY

\ I" q Is and II host ...r M rand i ';, ,.-:&: 15.6: 4-Onann 17.6 Tonndoes are a Rood TuK cIlNililllK'IIUSXlli fliriotUin HlljllHlllljl, .<> .t''")
"tld.: and fourth pia (' e 7t/;/.!" .. N 1 100-() ,'d. Ea-h: 3 ..- Shannon Hard slioni team that has romo along IC'U" x liiirlmititiillv. ... : ,
._ Improve
i II1i-h", Tlit-v left Pei y l1LLu tlt.- 107.: 4-Falcon 107 ; nay since the first of the ifici| .>.HM virtliully ,

i rrond at 59 points while ;M.U> Run: 2- Lawson 1:50.1 1: ; year; he says but they will ben .iii,nix. /loiiiliil. on mill, ,, "Ivanl (to (thank >uu

t .M,' rll v'I1S thiidith : !'iD 4 :McRap :51.8.. farm estate the best competition the nf 'Hllhll'I"n' i' for jour support, jour
: Wmk of '
In spihv! football i iP'mtlic | diets since he has .,('(>n Brown niixlnniin I utlnlit' '
iinintiiu' : the p oi1t-Innknys 880 5Cltl j. Relay; 2-BHS 139.8 : ( at To lnndo-I't nd Is'' catch the ph:.MM The b'sLHJ': : can rally SntuidayBrndtoid ;I Jq'. IbH U.( r. modi.I INI. help and your interest
J : the Tornadoes took l runners have turned i lilnp p.IUII.I..1| | | l with all"Ih't. 1
Jnr.. ;'jii. Falcon Suudeisontil pi IC'-MIIO: : well. b'n' Head l I may prove an able icplace- 11I"lrum.nl"I in my campaign for
i 1"" nt medley ani milt i ii 1"I'. ti: -; In good times to win the group ivciHHiii'y
1 IMOIl 1.44(1s I J. "
". rone: David Ilurse is still ment for Eddie( Douglas, theleading eluding plUHKIIIn ( .,, State I epresentuth.e.I .
'" i"j'1 might to n "'i'''nidiii 1 11' I ( d Dash: 1 Vames lookln.! for boys he thinks the and regional meets this year, tliti'mot ouplc ,and' ]IN.' c ri
recclT" on appreciate
,', I lush In the pass almost doubling; the points of ri, remote control. for t-i'-icerely
; 88ft-vd 1 1ya1 : :>04: :J -Beam 53.3. 4-Kaufnuinn : will fie.flop to give the Bill
'.. ,KIM' (luppln-i the< but 'in "Si"IIII: 54.4.180.sd I Red state championship; squad. their nearest competitor In and, Instant mop, hour i illoblin ,' t' the trust and confidenceyou
ume much needed depth
Backs Tex Patrick and Bill or eiitml
Rd i i' doi-s a relay tram end both cutlnss. have shown in
Law hurdles! : 3 ti defend their 19C5-66 state Belote and tackle Charles lid price shall In.It"II'
in' in thp stnndinfo aft"l'dl"PPIIg" i 1 Qfot! 224; 4.-Baker 229 ; Slid "'row n. Smith But the competition)' Is expected llv ry tn MoHiiiifto ('..' > wanting: me to serve
fie hmpn
three maybe ,
'(Starlit F1orldu" "
| : a baton. Two other I to catch up with them "
880- d.
% Run 2 Lawson,
I : Work on defense has just ( some of the added depth uoiiHiillnllon.. to ,-" you
ti ., knocked down in the Nave K.iki'r won the high Saturday making a win almost -
im I 201.1: I : 5-Herny 2:056.: I bPRtin/ bit the entire offensefor Hurse so badly! needs. Smith for oiioralniHINNI'MI, .
((11111, i P'l that caused the dropped hurdles HUH. fourth In tin Sprint Medley Relay: 1 Impossible. although sev- I"I'.0'' 'IO
next season is InIltnse
already had been looking good but .
baton didn: even try to lows, mid took fourth place. in BHS 2:03.9 I Chil&ou Falcoll.Sha1II0n. eral boys and one or two relay IIIIXII. ;II"
says Veteran Tornado and!
the high lorniulitIriMkiiiin hurt his knee Tuesday : teams HKli" Mluill. IH nul nil For Continued Experienced Representation -
in,' ''i) the lareHi Jump IIH may place
i ,
linemen l lnmrkcil
drew praise horn the he may mM the remainder a NIH.l "II vi1.ti| 1>
,. cli'i Steve Baker, won the. Regional Quarter mller Calvin Varnes
quarto Mile Relay: 1-BUS 341; rpflcrnt conch who also: said t>n tht ouiililt' '
of the I'athel'than
mil Calvin Vainrs. Plen intM-t In TIlII'lhn' ..'t' Friday rnlllng I Beam Kaufmnnn, Wal'ren.1 spiinu .cs.vioiis. his turned in one of the best the liliMtir' nnniit. amt. .,
his backs And Con-
are making frothIer Past
01"1 i in the pole vault Donald lip 1 11611 l jMiints.shimii Scosfiinallllsh I. progress tntc a chance on Class A times In the state to dress and fun tier "" Your
"If we get added depth 1 Inlniy Illil! for unit III I ) New:: i
File! on in the blond Jump.al her" In the ion hur- date at 50.2 anj is considered .
Jump: 4-Baker 51. well have another null AercHtol I'nw linn''
pretty good Patrick and Bolote have
d n-iv in the dis- illcH, linker uon t tinliiiclis. In the Tornadoes best chalice for for tho Urartfiiril ('
: Mayton
: Pole Vault: 1-Gmnn 11-0, ball dub' tinued Is
cut! all! won first! places for the 1..6. did the lows In :32.!) and Huise predicts. looked exceptionally\ well so a winner, Momiulto Control t'nil Support Appreciated.
\ 10-8 4-I tie I Be-
Outstanding springs be. far this Hui'.= II".
.li'itpeil. 3-1 In the high Jump. are spring e says. Kinulrcd delivery
Tony Lawson should< be In
i' Toi nadoes
pow' I ul) ] lote 96.BroAd. .
Inll turned In by linemen Jim "As of right now it looksas within thirty ( to) <
"\Vh'll the ccmpetition: gets the running In the half mile awarding/ lild Hid
Jump: 1-Falcon 20-
: Godwin Andy Mayton. RogerChilion. if they nil! play 1lot of ,
In the hurdles and tnay place In the mile. will beiom null and Pol. Adv
ton i it \ou\e not any Boolbo low at 22 0 4: Shannon 19-9. 1 11'.1.I )
Lepton Moipan Eddie football npxt year on the varsity The If delivery h In not "ni|>
)', thc\ et toush right Varnes ran a respectable sprint medley relay team
:: very Discus: 1 1IaUon; 142-10: Stancil Ronnie Tomlln- ," Nurse Belote and within thin 'purl| 1".1 i I
sfivs .
alon', with !It" Coach: Hurse 50.4 winning! quarter and anchored 2- Chiton 140-3 4- lopei son and Mai'lio Sanderson. junior Harry Hatchei back up I could flnl h In the money and The Board r. *erv..H Eli', i '
said f ''us lonfeience uroup the winning splint 125 If everything! Is perfect soemild
Running bark David
Wayne MrLcod at quarterback -
and (' 'lonl il l champions;: medley relay squad. Sh.it Put'J: Lopei 47-7: fullback the 880-yd relay quartet -
Randy Joynei. : Belote also inns well .
B:' did the 120- 'd high Donald Falcon an all-round 4- C:111II:) : 4,<-b two irtetans, also drew' praise and can catch the( ball Patrick
hit. i I." in )lr)6anrt took fourth tiarknr-.an. won the bioi: r
Qmilpiback Wayne!! McLeod Is a hard driving running -
jump with a leap of 20-4 anva. i : r and halfback Paul McLeod / back IV 4 Ol Ire 111. .I.II., I Ul V"I I TO MY FRIENDS ANDSUPPORTERS
DANCE \ ,; n membei of the spilnmerl'cv % ...I1I1fa:. III tllFOIIIt o. :a. .
me also improving; Uuise I 1 "Wf'rp.1'11 rl'] qcrIth\ I .x. -'r\,'!': 01' rilMllllt.
find 880-\d H'ni- ',Iii!, but just haven had: t the way th" boys l hue been ,m ri ilu,. i l'tIut: .> ntSUa .

KEYSTONE; ( I5KACII trams aiH::! took fourth pla;e in limp to wo-k Into things like I Itill' hlttlni," HIIISP snvs The coil .' ( c. H'MiviM/ ili,,.tuHflIn .
100 yd. dash. Mlhuni
II| tiny ( oaiprniVntiii '
erterans.Timing weathoi pxperlcnc'd: in Blair ; ,
in her 'l by" tfniti (HIH'
"'eattll'inTHE A pnli of sophomores PI"'nnanniui In the backfield Is ford County m-w lin\.' bt't'-pl'- 'Nun',, ,, N I Ic'h': '...I. tlllK Tlllll'. III.' V

ant Andy: Miv"vn ilv. .i problem: with Jo>ner and ed pypivonpo 1'-:"-. but has nlJ-1: flllHl ", |\1 I il. j Ixti'; uil'i'i' I I till
took list I pIn"' e,. Onn' U Mllll' l"I t iitll: .. I c'. Hunt dr.a'u"ed .. t
m \bp .r."
two '
apd ) McLeod
SOULS new at their ej tin footlm'OI'k\ 1\1\ t. .. .. Many, thanks for the splendidvote
11-0 his best of '"! l (Unit nil .,hint :B I. I I'Hlli' hlll many
!1e< MMtr po.lliome. "The rain Ins liftnueiod
use| is apply tn (II"* I1'.u'.labL,
tnkp the pole vault ;\1:1':: till A bIll' lift came when 190- a little but hasnt really bo- Thrr.n' ,V. \iiun ('..111111''\. .luiltiil and in the
8 to t 12 P.M.: tossed the discus 14J-10:: ihhest rr P/II' | I.any Blown a )pass tlT>ie1 us;' the conch SAYS. ..I l 1..It"I.. toiuitv. Florida'.. i I vote support you gave me

throW of his your oaici'i. (. 'fphlntr whiz came out. The annual spring) game I urn rnl'::i iiiHnnviil:and:::l fur,,' if approval HUM C !rinnl'of' disiilliuihm r.-- I 3rd

.\clmi-sion i to win Ther"l'llodo' '. wen! t Pi, )v.'t,\ looks go so fir! Huise with the seniors is set next I] and foi" final fltfLluiui( May Primary.

Single:: $1 Couple $1.50 t-2-S: in th.. ell.'u( .iRn 'e .,1und, has exhibited a pair Satuiclay: May 21. At least t I lift f>xi.tutor. nf tin* 'lax Hill
I .
Chl;Is MI took send t r40\ -;' If bibulous hands catching/ some of fie! seniors will! be'' mill. .., ItHtiiment, . of I IJlui Clio,, "inII Please be the
d ll ( IIIHI ((1\ M IV I 11. I.el 10 sure to return to polls on May 24th and
he boll down low and up in good shApe. Mickey Agnpr/ IA\IIH i K; ('u.1Cl/ ";
1Ih1th\ equal ease lie will Dwight Elder. Butch Redding ,KXfi; .ulor nt Hie "im: U. ul''I
I.a lln(,.. t'. llmti. dviceus'd.t2 give me your continued support and vote.
lobnblv play offensive and Eddie Douglas and Donald :', ll II,
I d.'fr.lve, end Falcon all of whom hive: JM I

"Our receiving' should be as signed/ college grid' pnpts: have < I I. I-Oil lllll. Thanks ;
'r"M .. ,, 1 AgainMAURICE
ond/ list Tilt Ilona of I I'nmh' "i'"mi"
as year 01 maybe been working with fr varsity I .
BOYS .. ..
IIIIV'sir I .r lriilfmtl; t .11111. i
b tte", Hurse (pautio'isly pie- to provide coinpetitlonNOTHElt : I I"l'i'lii I ... u III n".. ..j l\i. il I ".,ilnl;' EDWARDS
I hill" ).1 t I In 110.. .o. d..., 1 U .1l. jimorning ., JR.
of .Ma) I 'Ilh. I I..x11. .. inI
Three Seniors I .\: Git.\DII.TEThe I In i itui.,ti'.i.mil.' In t I" I ,'tin' I-| Your (Candidate for (County (Commission
Given RegentScholarships name of Sharon Deal I IIOIIKI 1-Onlv fur i 'tht new' fultiiu Th"c'" IIIK,, ''- District) I 1-..County at large.

\ -hnutl::| have been IncludedAmOll Nol Fug Hi'nt'i"ate, vl lIii tin I .
.. ., .. .
the list r"IN uinK. "I"n.i MI"i.- i. "i ii
lecintlj pub-
WANTEDCarrier .. .
.. ,
i ilur .
apnjtli or u ilili' fun '.Pd. Pol. Ally )
IlshPd of -tudpnts in the
j Three Bradford output l>f JO KHllunrt to 1JII !
1'0"1"1'" .\IIII :31:111un,1: High SChOOl'' Staika: area graduating' from I I i

.Duna urn I..:...illlf I the. .slmt! spnioi+ -Ks1 en Jean St Johns River Junio. College '
otln/ Jean) Mixon and Jeffrey '
siili-il: t tindlHdiH, "' -IO Frl- in Palatka :
I L. No'akRl'p nr-nnnor". 1853 1 !
salesmen, Gainesville Sun. Ili-giiiriul: : alert I It Mill I the' Fljild.i hlali school seniors I

l hart> I tlirovt nf. Mi iiirn-r., Ill'1 r who will receive Regent Scholar -

Bike or motorcycle routes availablein tins second, In tinilis. <'IIH In Certificates this year What'a Show !

tin Group; nii-i't. a work. duns, RrgHit Scholars ai, eligibleto N .
Starke. Good
earnings, trips, prizes nnil firth In the hhnl.Thompson I receive( up to $700 a year
I on the basis of need while at-

and other benefits. Call or I ten"hII' Any a<'ri'edited public
write Circulation Manager, Gaines Sheet 01 private Institution of higher e
learning In the state.

ville Sun, Drawer A, Gainesville, Metal Works Seniors selected for the MOROCCO TEMPLE'S

awards scored among the top i
lle.itlniriiil Mr ConditionIiilallalfon 'I five per cent In the statewide

) I j 12thtI'Ade/ placpment test u

I iank a academically in the

TELEPHONE i Kit,: IMIMXTP. tip five per cent In their own ALL STARMinstrels
Jlt\: ':( i. & 'u \i': 11" ': hlah\! school class. and were

i IM hI'. 1HfI.4021; 1 nn 1-8(5II( *
378-1416 n' or i i recnr mended by their pilnClpRU -

CI" 1 K 1 II. i j..t; Staikc. B'la., I Ir : .1e

Each student selected scored
I' \\
at least 455' out of a possible! .

. 495) the test
--- ---- -- --- ------ ----- --- --- on placement given -
a-i.itm'ly: as &:: basis for admission *

\ to the state univer- r 1

sities To My Loyal

Friends andSupporters e .s .



NEWSGUYS I wish: to express: my !sincere *

BUY YOUR fiEW FORD I IN t thanks for your help|

ANT DOLLS in t the May l :5rd Primary. COMEDY


D MIXED& W: Auto IKHHU.S Supply.: 3; George Roberts ;t .
Joyce Barton 535. S'\de Gas. 'P.l. Pol. Adv,) I
1 : Einle Patz 492 )
l if
Williams eweliy, 3: KuJolph I

Hutcheson 596. Recreation 4.

Dept 1. Bob! Drake 549 BUTS Auditorium

VOLUME AND LOW OVERHEAD Caips. 3: Bill Lo\ell 541 0

B ft O 1 : Steve Broadway. *" ,0\ o.

ENABLES US TO SELL FOR LESSAdvertised 499.Brooklyn\ Supply 3 Bill SATURDAY,

Blown, 520. Holiday Inn, 1: *

Price Cookie CandY's Mundorff.Gulf. 4:434 Bill Wolfe MAY 14 1966

518. Diaw-Tite. 0: Neoma jil ,

$$2259.00 ar New Mustang Nelson, 579St.indlnffs. *

: D StV. 16-8; 8:00: P.M.

Wil'iJms Jewehv. 10-3: Re-
In Big CityTerwillegar ,cieiitiin Dept Sl'tt-S'' '. Diaw- II IIg. *"

Tlte. 13-lt: Carps: 13-11: /

('andy's311\ : Brooklyn Supply ; r
/ Motors
12'j-ll'a' Slade Oas \ //1 8
$ 8-18; Holiday Inn. 7-17.: B &

$2249.00 t Price New Mustang 0 618. 2oS Slop cracking your fcnuefcUiil

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Plus Local Service BENKI'IT: :MOMR | t

We'll (Co; To
"* I Sponsored By
D I & W Builders Supply : ie
will aponaor the mystery movie
SPECIAL Undercoat "Topkapl" Wednesdayand For unnerving prices on ,

$ 14 95 On Any New 1966 Thursday evenings at 7 all building material Starke Shrine Club

o'clock at the Florida Theatre |

PRICE Ford Purchased In May Admission Is 50 cents for|,I.:: W AUfU SIIPPLY INC -k C

adults and students and 25 I I"t'nts It f. 'MOWNl'K SIT.PHONE. .
for children Tickets I .M4-4441 -

Your Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradfordand may be purchased from any, -- Fun For The

representative or at the door 'I AIIa DFg hARDWAR AND SUPPLY Admission
Union Counties All) proceeds will go to the 901 R (All ST. Whole
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\IM .of IfMI I, n.t\\ li-c U xviti\ i [iHniililoH nre UN fulluWB: James W J'atrgv. Jr.
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j ( Go see your Buick( dealer.Go .

.< Too Much Concentration

:; ,j ,& \ f get a 60 Buick( Special.

!{ We Need A Senator .East 01 The Suwannee

1:1#:';V' Alachua County Is still dazed\ and 1 .970 that there seems 'a. I.strong\ possibility Going 1st class was never

)reeling? from the cold] leali/btion! that the Taylor County candidatewill

lost its Congressman and is \ be the winner on May 24.

also. without a resident State .Senatorfor lallory; Home of Tallahassee was
Or smarter.
the (tint" time in' over a hundred elected as one of the four senators: in '1' t { easier. ( )

years. the first primary. r

',: These!\ are just two. manifestations In the race for the third seat, two : PA t 1t ,, Delivery? 1- Deals?

;11(of the eatth-shalflriz politicul revolu- Tallahassee men-James\ K.: Jo nos and .. \ ,C +. qi- ;;" flight now! Couldn't

.1J'tion' caused liy tIle Supreme Court's ,!1m Teugue.are in the run-off together >, be better

,one-man, one-vote reapportionment so Leon County i 14 assured

rnnnilate.U .- of two Senators\, no matter who wins.!
What: ha happened to Alachua Consequently, the only hope for an

could happen to Bradford. Indeed, enst-of-the-Suwannee Senator seems\

speaking in terms of State Senators, to lie in Senator Johns, who was the

it could happen to 21 counties in the high man in his group on May ::1 i und Sorry About That!

new 24-county senatorial district. The could easily come out on top in the

fact is that, based on results of the Second Primary if the eastern coun- .

May 3 First Primary, there is a cer- ties (including Alachua) "recognize the (th... ullfiriiti 1.ns ."r'. iln, i onii.lultii\
tainty that two of the district's:' four danger of having :all of our Senatorial I \\.III I It. luk'.11 is" ,,1lfiHHeil. b\
1 u, dl.il, u ill< I.I i III., fonfuHHi colors and
senators will come from Leon County, representation concentrated in three a .'f4'i NEWS And NOTES I \MM i* tHldn' ""..In.at, vi.u fnin Choose from a wide range of body styles, options.
and the other two may come from West Florida counties I, and cast their ],, UI.IThl. M'ln-r" W'nalldl.1, In i the i run' 4 out of 5 new-car buyers pay Special prices-make sure you

counties within a stone's throw of vote for the experienced Bradford Lje11 1 For Today's Homemalcers l Ii I" | order, hull I! lif inthllnhiMitn the Special I
Leon, thus concentrating all of our Countian.In ,I .' oath went fi.i, .11'00x01'0 i get
,,, ,
I.I \MlUH III till HlHllfUII
senatorial representation within addition to adding to the By Martha Sue McCain I Trials.
a radius top- "1'1)11111'' i' l..gl'11p11! a nt. .W"I|>tii* WINNER class Pure Oil Performance
of 50 miles of Tallahassee. heavy West Florida representation in .uhMxIieit' ,hi Uriiilioid, I'liiinlt

No matter how able these!\ four the Senate, candidate Davis has no ,' Home County'Bdenslon Economics Agent I "Klin\\,'IdaIIIIUMH. niv lifeinl. n..1. l sent, i rI WINNER-Popular Science Gold Cup for outstanding .

West Florida senators might be, legislative\ experience to back him up t I hex (uiirt at Ht ,u'Inllnnlf.ir., braking performance in Pure Oil Trials.
I a& I (iiinty, rinililu\ ,, I Ihls 27ih "day of
we must still situation whereit in what will be
deplore a undoubtedly a dog .Aril, I 1'11111.I'llA''I'I' .
is possible for a 300-mile-long district fight at the next session to preserve WIIAT'S PLENTIFULThe seasoned 1 with your favorite I (II \ I OI'HT KI'AI.:' ) AT A WINNER OF A DEAL I
1\\\ I'lttrU, "I
I'IIAIIJds: : s. 11.\It
to be represented in the Senateby anything at all for the small countiesof U. S. Department: ol f r herb blend. Make the dieting! tint' iirinl| t'oiiit. ,. t.r liiudfiin, Wouldn't really rather have a Buick Special
four men all living within a stone's Florida. Senator Johns, on the Agriculture's plentiful foods: a little sharper I lit you like ('niin'v you
list for May frcm fruitto I di&aalntssl by adding llllflllull M 1. Muoilv\: l 1'1"11| ? (When the getting's so great?)
v throw of one another. To ask a con- other hand, has had 30 years' servicein ranges fihutp): t'Ivrk, right now
stituent living in Nassau the legislature and-if fish with raUlns being the lemon juice. A half lemon 4/JS 4t 6/1'! .
returned in
or Clay See Buick dealer during, his Par, Busting SaleGREEH .-
featured food far the month. should da salaj your
: : she, trick for a
Counties to drive clear into West Flor- 1967-will be "Dean of the Senate
RaisinsBesides right out for six. If the tomato paste is .
ida in order to see his State Senator with all the prestige and influencethat < IM oi- .'' \III"':. 'I.tun" BUICK CO.
of thr box here is another sweet it take Blue -
may more \')' 1/1': .I"> 1\1 \11) oni "::1.1'- ,
is certainly defeating the SupremeCourt's the title confers. suggestion: cheese: salai.; di'easing!*--hame* I KM' "i" ,N<:011&1.1 I <:. 1'1$1r1).: ,..
supposed purpose of fair repre- With the balance of power now so Sandwich fillings recommended made or store bought are M. rll"I. '.. It'I'I.: :"
sentation in the State Legislature. completely in the hands of Florida's 1\ for those who need good with seafood salads. ,I A. |.l..."hh'I.\ >v I'liuptep. 1072:1I :'. .

/ And what can a Senator residing in so-called "big counties," it is:: more jm- lots of energy are made by using DRESS! UP GRAPEFRUITLow I ...

1,. Leon or Gadsden Counties be expected portant than ever that the small coun- one part of honey to three calorie desserts are :; .
', to know of the problems of a tiny ties, such as those in our 24-county parts of chopped\ seeded or popular with many. Hele's one
seedless raisins, or almond that can rely 01 almost
fishing village on the Atlantic coast' ? district retain some semblance of you
I paste. Add a Utt'e mOI'e'honey any "Season of the year. A half
On such a basis, fair representation:'! power in the 1967 session, or all will) I If the mixture It too thick to (grapefruit has about 60 calor- E. Johns'Experience

becomes a hollow mockery in spite of be lost. I spread' Blending; Is easy when ies, and, lots of Vitamin C. To Keep Charley
the Supreme Court's high-flown one- ,Senator Johns, with his three decades I Ingredients are at room temJel'atUJe. dress it up. splnkle; raisins on
man one-vote edict. of experience in the Legislature :; top or fill the pore section
't\ The best hope of all counties lying is undoubtedly the best hope of the I Honey-The suply: of honey with a teaspoon of raisins and

east of the Suwannee River to retain small counties in retaining something I Is expected to be ample in I you still have a low calorie

a'semblance of geographical representation of their fading prestige in the upper marketing channel through dessert
I May. Honey makes a ,good This recipe Is:10,1: ser>'/-d
lies in the election of Senator house.
glaze plain or with a little chilled and even better after I WorkingFor
Charley Johns of Starke, who is pittedIn Two senators from Leon County mint extract nd'ed.:: Brush 1 I' a short trip unjer the b'olei: : -: i

the Second Primary against Hal one from Gadsden and one from I on roast lamb, duck ham or for biowning This adds a caramel I,
Davis of Quincy. Taylor. That is the hard i possibility> meat loaf toward end of cooking accent for variety and: ,
''ff True Senator B. C. faced district' unless !' tiine flavor for inteiest
(, Pearce of Putnam by our 24-county :! I I I i:
County is in the run-off against t voters recognize this impending threat Grape Juice Orape juice CANOV ANS\\EIt TillS? ''

Senator Pete Gibson of Taylor, but and determine that we shall retain one I make a nutrItious appetizerthat Q. Can honey be used instead -
gives a color lift to any of sugar In recipes fop You !
Gibson was so far ahead in the First Senator east of the Puwannee River. '
meal. It's a I'etre'hln. between jelly and jam? r/
Primary, with 30,538 votes to Pearce's This can best be done by electing -meal drink and combines wel' A. Yes It can replace par

Senator Johns on May 24. i iFarmer's with other fruit juices, cltius but not all of the sugar say t

I and non citrus. Grape juice is food specialist of the U. S. j '
I \ \
enjoying the feast a colorful addition to fruit Department of Agriculture ,. ..
I punches.\ Products made with honey will fi t'

DiaryBy Bird lovers like to watch the Scallops: -Scallops a'e low Incalortes have a dal kel' CO'OI' than those i I 1f'

J Sam McGarveyby antics of the feathered songsters when brol'ed.! and made! with sugar as the .
sweetening, and the / "
especially! at nesting p:>ohf'd. The flavor delicacyof I I \ ,
I time but Mrs I Co othy Ke.rt-: scallops Is moot :course: will be:! sll!htly dU'e: .

the receding taken water at? that One tan ol Sliver Lake has a com. when prepared; bv apreclate'I'I ent Today more than ever; you E ;
of the steps plaint.. She says she doe,n t colclnit metho!''s. Over-cookin( : In products made with 11.:1-:
time to Improve the situation dare to put a mop out to dry tauj'iens: : scallops For tender- :ed pictln. 2 cup, of hone\
a7i was ti. clean out the canal tee during: that time. o the birds )I rear 1. watch the clock and : -an epa! e 2 c'it' of sugar iiI need experienced and
tvvt-en Brooklyn :ant Magnolia I I.I an
stick. I most !
"tilp It and leave only a heat. recipes miles ran replace -
t 'ake: to Increase the flow She quips: "Lojkji like tV Crib: ; and C"ib :\reat-Crab I i.p tj on -haf: the saaa:

\ rorn the latter.. buds want wull-to-wall/ car- I lold. are a gold! way to wel-! I In any recipe vlie-e! no ppctti dedicated voice in Florida's
1 \ petliij for their nest.:;: I rorri", Ruiln1 HP'V": "ii a be Is used In small redJl's IS t ,

N.,w Lake Geneva It ve y I I or c' Isp l"tttip( <> arid !Riirnim \ 0 yUsscsl! u.ily hire-touiUi.' : r
.1 Heavy showers last weekend ileh ''as are most of the other We like to stu'y' the blids with weilse* ti tomu'o or avo- to <.ne cui !sii-ai! hound be ,ic
:gave a rainy boost to spring taker In the chain) and! It It around' our line, especially a''! 'R"IO.' For variety we'd' s'ive'-s placi with hon v. Senate.

1 vegetables, corn and tobacco proposed that the canal men male cardinal, "who comes up l i .-f irri't-n" ""r-er nirl (giBnpfrul light, iniirj! fhlvo"e-I hon' y
:that had been held back by alack tioned be dammed up to ho'd on oui winJowslll an!! dares!' a I .e' tl'm> Tartar va'ice thlnn "' I Is best t to use: In jum and J Je'ly'
of rainfall. The tobacco 'tack that flow. We're told that chlni figurine redid vv- with 'iresh lemon j lnke makes making There will be at least 24 new State Senators in the 1967

"crop, accol ding to reports, Is water feeding the lakes comesIn have on the la-.lde sill to come t y'ooj drell.1n'' Fpr a pink
Idoing well and farmers will be I Ij this order: Magnolia out and battle In that respectthe ) 'rt"19In". thin tartar sauce

j abe: to produce the poundage Brooklyn Little Keystoneand birds are very much lt' 'JallowtJ. through allotments. thence Into atnevlThub 'I' human, as the fighting on I Iscittpplng I' arul half rolx'ure Is good. Use brings '.....lIltll.
-t ji t It Is felt that shutting' off the going on In th" more' tomato( Jul'-e for a
-i The recent strawberry cropf. source will kee;> the lakes woods about u? make It look bri"ht color For a nice deeo to experienced that knows the details of legisla:

1 was profitable to at least one from getting any higher I as though a political campaign ".M rtir, <-&|n" try half tomato ells: MIGHT ?< tN1 person

; big gioner Although declining l I Is In ogress. I'lulre( und half tomato paste *..r you write'. .. C.iine |U .0. I do far effec
and committees can a more
to give! any figures he said There's a wonderful crop of I ".list tow t f"rlu. I'Nry'h tive organization ,
f.! that he had "made some '!'ovtr' on pastures! throughoutthe See where -oni'thlrT new 1 1fcelng BROOK Kouiti.li. Pen. 'f F.1.t.

money" but added that hit area and although the 'I tiled In pine tree plantIn luring! a year' : .. \ (3 RAl-lt. tive job representing you and your interests in Tallahassee?.
i biggest\! worry during the marketing cows keep beltlnf away at It !?- -.1 total of 1.3 million will
,' season was that of ob- rhey i pet filled up In a hurrynd Ye planted this immer. In "dI For Mothers Ujy. we took a In TITS ('Ir'tjli' i' nut, of Th
V. taming pickers. spend most of their time I dltl:).} to! those s-t* o'lt: during, trip to the south hJtt of Jix fljfhlhr"I: / \. ii. fir. ult fKforlUa I I:
In A jut. ,l-'i,",' Hradr.iii. .
the winter month The pioject US 301 the .
now beaded down and chewing and Lv usini and '"",,1\ In'i rho)i fry I
\ Remember back some year 1 very nutritious cud. It's a I Iz experimental and It expj, 'way made the trip with rare. .Nu |I'I-'H'' ( i
|i afro when Brooklyn Lake went peaceful scene very restful, j successful" will permit double only cne Hto-j at the toll Mary Kllxui: ,..i rh fI"lIn. Plain, '
j down to a record low level and especially to the cows who are the use: of planting equipment brld/e Four lanlnx of 301 has Is.t.ndunt.llrrVH" I I'liuilen, I Ford' Urun i VOTE FOR PROVEN ABILITYKEER

boat. docks were left stranded fern a great blessing! to this! (Iltup: :!II III.' I I'l;!'f'\/'ION: '' / ANL.NOTKi r
area. ': (iK fl'I'1'T"
S S S <'hurli-H I)'''rd Minn" lit
r COUNTY TELEGRAPH UliJilJII 'Ci.itii.mi. r' nth.\ MulnfpnnniM .
THE BRADFORD Saw a fls! 'iemirn in Stnrke Hiiltilt., .Vri >. Nu THE
ESTABLISHED 1879 lat" Saturday mo'nlng with a York 01I4HVvu .
momtei" of a black bass, and .urn h.o'y., noiifj..,1] thus,
u ininiilaliit, for .lIv,... r uinother :
L. MATTM V .. EDITOR AND PUBLISH: It not us to thlnk'n about rt-llef i hta, be n. tll..11 1 STATESENATE
11-ih'nr! again Troub'e is that tticuln. y ; FLORIDA* OLDEST WEEKLY, NEWSPAPER PUBLI.HIO CON- the business of being a reporter \plalnllrt'n.1... you ore h..h)
r 'iutrt-d. tn .. a'npv| of yom,
TINUOUM.V UNDER THC SAM MASTHEAD takes: all our time and leave nniwer or "Ih"r i.lf.nlinK. ,to th.
none for the wonderful omptulnt\ I.M f ae, \plulnltrfw, al Charley;
: ftuIIL.I.HaD EACH T"v.aDAY AND EMTBMID A.. SECOND CLASS MATTE AT THE that I available in thhln'l t"rn.y, Thtri, .II .1. V"twn. Irwr _
\i>K. uddr.-HM l.'ZHoulh Walnut I
POST OFFIC* AT STARK FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH e. i.?., tlnn But Sam still is thinking St rm-t, HtnrkeFlorlde i IIO'Han
shout that bass he saw and i >]' III. the ..,.,oclnal tli" 'r'''rf I In,. I piL; a7r,
.. EN THE TRADE ARIA OND TEAR 13.30: - SIX MONTHS 12,00HDC thfn'Onii' what fun it would beta the trffk ,.f tt I'- Clerk of the

otrrsroic: TRADB AABJA ONB THAR 1400 MONTHA974' ( land a prize like that. ty Circuit t '>n ..n i fount>I.f t .. ..r tti liriuir I, ih.rd,ilu i room. f fJuni ... .. .

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! Steak Lb. $119 Slewv Lb. 891. I dw ;,,1 A 7 yy9"Y. % I '


i Steak Lb $119 Stew $499 or SUNNYLAND COPELAND- '


Roast LB. 49, Sausage . 55, 4 mo.


Chipped 4/s1./

Bacon 591 1 l-LB. BAG SUNNYLANDSausage HALF

oe 0 59 ? .

lounde EA. 89? Bologna I . 59, a I Whole or Butt Half 59 is.,
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u. S. CHOICE y 1 I I d'J.{,.GREEN..........STAMPS_.....
: CORN I .TWO I.U. PKA.MM. .. .. ;
Veal Cutlets LB. $169 ; ; 1 1 y/ Margarine PIL..NT..n.' ,. ,I
I U S. CHOICE RIBVe& ,: ............"Mr..MMm.........rtf....I 1I

L Chops LB, 5 It 19K.V1 I .
14i I Liii d 1W GREEN."! STAMPS I

5-C01'NT1i.1'hlCANNED' w.' ; '. ,.i k 10 1 Ears 4 I 1 I ? s LB,O BHANOGround'OKAW !Beer. /I II

( e III......_......AT.NV'ArWMM........I..r11....''I.
5/29 1
Biscuits /
i I 4NMGRN. .STAMPS, .. .1 1I
; I
:' 5 51t 4 I I (.:harotate.000M.U. .MAY Y.rIalrr 1/IM... 1
: Cheese
Pohiloes 10 1 79 1 ."..
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I I 1 Coffee Rch; w,l
I .000 7N.IMAY 1/TM.. I
PALMETTO FARMS 14oz CUP Rhubarb 2 IBS. 39, Lemons DOZ 39, 1 .....................MI/.-.-/
CoDe Saw
1I I I I... OM.I.OY. : .MI.O.. ,
Lettuce 2/39/ Cukes 5/391/ I i .0'" .AU.AO.Oi cN..N' ,
.t PALMETTO FARMS /I I..... PiuCl Pies
OOOIt., THOU MAY I/TM..... 1
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Pot. Salad 391I 1
I I I ,
1 I(I ON.ft'Y' irr'' t ,
I Ls't: Meat Dinners EACH 391 / I Turkey WN/TM' RoostaOOO (4T ,

I I ...THRU... ...MAY. .1/TM 1
12-oz CRACKIN' GOOD VANILLA fRY 1 I.I...__..._.._...w...P.."._rllV..s. 1 I III

Wafers. 29 ,! Potatoes 41./ Hot Bread 39, 1 1 1 r I T EXTRA.4* .GREEN. .STAMPS I

1 ONe..Io'L P.I. I II1
6 zAN' LIBBY'S LIMEADE OR TASTE O' SEA Brooded Haddock Perch Flounder 2.lb Pkg. I1 I I A W CUB ,,
I I Steak
12-oz BOX CRACKIN' GOOD COOKIESKoloJo's' 1 I "' 0000...THMU.......MAY....,14TM I
Lemonade Fish Steaksf119 1- oil 17GREIN
81./ I .--.-..-.----..-----:.-.- 1I
29 r '
I I i
I d7(.. STAMPS
Pie Shells 31./ Potatoes 351.laoz. / ONI a"..LI ***. II
1LB. LOAF DIXIE DARLING HONEY KORN (Plus 25 Free Stamps) I I i'J Fish i eooMO"I Sticks I,

Brecd 23 .. ...... .*WINb.-s' 1
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Green Peas 6/1./ Coffee Ring 59, 1/ r I II
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. Din. Rolls 10 Spinach 61./ Sour Cream 45, I 1 I I.tI1EX.AA. [{ : 'I I II

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"' \ / MVMtAW' : RR,1fFRb011NTY TF.U.1GRAP", """rARK"nmu,1t' THURSDAY., MAY 13, 191\/\/$&

"... 1)r.delalue. Anams)4 of Taxe
r..n..mvnn!., I ..."......... ....... daughter Linda Sue were No. Deerlplloe r AM*>.*< .f Taxes .No. ttrtrrlftlom Anoant ut T.-.r et Is.a S T R A Owa.r and C..at.

shopping In Lake Butler Saturday ., land W T R A 19waer ad C.at.S .*f |M.. 8 T R Owuev mmt Comtl2U18 r
141..Id.] IS. .A 14,

Kingsley{ Lake[ RAIFORDBy afternoon. 16dogW210'N -Coin lOG Ft 8: ut Blk 34 In U T.

Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Kltler 72dsgW00'Nisder of NK Cur of SB:"4 A. COSiADD34'I8 I Lester .1. Preva.lt Ills

and children of Lake City E 110', N 72 of NRI4 A: run W -Lot* 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mr. I:. M. Non_ Mrs Earl Dobbs deg B 100' to FOB 11. 22 3 Marvin E. Noe 'el in.87a 210 Ft. S 106 Ft. 11. 12 A 13 of lllk
visited Mr and Mrs.
-1 Lot 100'by LAW
Phone 4962601AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wilson Sunday. 210' MAS In NW to Beg 2* I U J. 1"", Keller Act. 23.32 ADD A. E. McKlnney, Jr. 241.79

I Joe Dobbs of Ft. Myers and Cor of Ktt of Bid 89Jt.3Wti: 4, of ARK 3592-L .. 6 .A 7 of
his lather Arch Dobbs: of Lake of Raw rind on N .
of HE':* of NE'4Rx Blk 1- RX E 88 Ft

CIII ItCIl SCHEDULES Mr. and. Mrs. Lynn McRae Butler visited relatives here by Center St III S ': E 90' 2324S1 S 12 4 Percy Sullivan ".86 In Temples ADD Emma Bore 18.80
Kinnsle.v Lake Baptist : Wednesday J Temple 8/D 212423A ti :Marvin E. Noegt..l 14 HO -1.ot. 10, II Rx :3618-W 68 Ft of Lot
and children visited his par- NWU of B.IH W 200' Lot 8 &W54 Ftf
12. 11
School. 9:45 ,
Chun Sunday :
ents Mr. and, Mrs. B M. Mc- Mrs. Earl Dobbs and daughter 2 of nor IV .. 14 of Blk C In Blan- NI/J{ of Lot 9 ot Blka:8:1

a. m Morning Worship. 11 a. Rae Mid family In Starke Beth were shopping In NE'i': of Ink 1 S Of ding SID Rx W ISO1 Temple ADD J. A. Bell 27.50
m. Training Union. 8:45: p. Gainesville Thursday Rice :S W of Temple of Lot 13" 1a : Lot 8 and 9of

m Evening Worship. 8 p. m.; Thursday.! Mill 8/D 21 9 22 Oateway tndnetrieslac port of Blk C R of 'Blk 21 In Temples -
Mrs. Bessie is visiting 611.10
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbsof Sapp Creek .*. W of Ditch Small Business ADD A. E. McKinney Jr. 84 32
Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday 2425-KM,, nf Blk 8 Sof
her children in New
Gainesville visited Ode Adm et al 22.67 3708Lot 6 A WV'
7:30: p. m. Choir Practice U 4 W TempleMSD .. 2969-Lots 1, 6, 7 ft of Lot 6 of Blk 1
Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beach 21 8 S3 5 John Coving-ton/ 5.U
10 of Blk B In James. E.
8-30: p m.: WMU, Thursday In Dowllna8D Akrldgr 1995Annette
Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Orlffls 2426 1 In .
B m. Supply pastor Dobbs and family Sunday j 1S, Branding SID A. R. McKinney; : Jr. 138.63 3762-Lot* 2. 4, 6. *
p of ,4j of lllk 3
visited! Mr. and Mrs. Gordon 2970-Com 416 Ft N &. Fracl Lot A Rof '
Rev Jim Rlgdon, "Come, let m.Weekend S It :3 W 21 II 22 1 Lawrence: Covlnfftnn 3.352447Par..1 from NR Cor of CallA
of Mr. and Hill In Macclenny Monday .. BIlL 35 In J. 31.Johns I.
us worship together." guests Peso OR Waller HI*. A run ADD ... Tucker 48.43
Mrs. Pierce Crews at StateFarm afternoon. UK 17-173 Dean: E 220! Ft N 75 Ft )
381)1-Blk 8 Ex R/W
Special recognition was given Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Anderson OR DK 27 Par 185 21 8 22 Pioneer Finance Cn. 24.6* \V 220/ Ft 875Ft InPOB
were their son Spencer / In City Park 8/D A. E, McKinney, Jr. 49 87
to the mothers of Kingsley 2447-A- HeK 9.1' N of.
Crews of Jacksonville and! vere visiting relatives in :: 28 6 tt H H. Houston 1 U
Mr. .
Cnr -
Lake Church Sunday morning! : .n ofEV4" 2990-From Pt of fat : : II 3802-Lot. 11 thru 16 ..
Mrs. George Daniels of Ft. My- Georgia over the weekend. of SW4' 13 100'.
of a line Slfv 28 with A 25 of Blk 25
with of
presentation '
o corsages Edward Addison of Reese, N 100', W lob', 8 W line of ,
ers and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo fit R4 Lot/ 3 thru 10 of
to Mr Emily Silcox and Mrs 100' to Beg 2124S4 tt Johnnie 21.10 I
e l mother Mrs. 6 Covlncton 200 I
Prlnjle, of Auburndaic. La. visited his run Nly Along Blk 4 A Lot I, 2, 3

Louise Moore oldest, Mrs, Liz Inez Addison: Thursday and -Com at !SK: Cor Rd 368.97 Ft to 4 .A. 7 thru 15 of
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as POs, W Iy 264 Ft Elk 6 .A Lot. 14-18
zle Bradley most children! living of NE'i of SWfe
his father Dock Addison and
Mr Nly 229.26 .
o ,, Mrs Carolyn Johnson Saturday overnight guests, run W 308.2' to Ft. Ely A st4ofLois IIa
o and Mrs. A. M. Jones Jr.. Mrs. Mr. aid Mrs. Pat Williams in LOB W 40.4H', Nly 64.81: Ft, rely aloneA 19 of Blk 7 City ..
youngest, and the pastor'swife Jacksonville. While here he Rd of a curveM4.10 Parka'" Blk 6 In t ,
110' 464'
Kathryn Jones Terry and Ely Sly
I' also tlslted! Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 101.2' to POD In Ft; to Ht 4ft'i: City Park S/D A. E. McKinney Jr. 46 55
Verba Jones and little Stacey. My alongRd Beulah Baptist Church: W% of Blk 08 ofR2W
Mr. and 'Mrs. Theodore Ros- Wilson and family and Mr. and Temp S/D 21 II 22 :Mr.. Emma Murrhee 16.77 Ft to POB Rx R/W 28 6 22 Annette U Tucker 117.67 of SEVi of NRU A
o Sunday School 10
a. m.: Mrs. Monroe Kltler and fam run 8 100 Ft for a
2508 Lot 2 A 3 of
ier had as (,visitors Sunday ; 2999-Lot
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: 10 of Blk LOB Run W 100
Blk IS Kx: K 194ti
Training Union, 6:30: p. m.: their children, Mr. and Mrs, ily.Mrs. Inl:- Reno S/D ('''arl.. L, Barnes 3.73 2 of Dowllna Park Ft 8 50Ft, R: 100
o Jack Cason of Jacksonville, Clara Nell Downing and 2521-Lot 7 of Ftlk 18 8/D O. D. Kersey ..t. 4.12 Ft N 80 Ft to P-
Evening Worship. 7:30: p m.: J 001)-Lot 6 *' 7
children of Live Oak visited 2.76 of OB Rx R/W Leo
and;! Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison In N Reno 8/D Marl Jones Troy Geiger n.ta
Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday Elk 2 In Dowlln 3810-Com at SB' Cor
and David of Gain- [ her uncle and aunt. Mr. and 2522-Lota 3. 4 of Blk Park ,
son 429 SID/ Ex Sly of NEV1$ of SRi4 of
: 7 30 p. m. Rev. R. L.Teggart Mrs. Marshall Dobbs Thursday 19 In N-Reno S/D France. Jenklne
esville.! 64 KatIe U: Stoke 6.49 NKV.\ A run N UF
pastor Everyone welcome 2527-Lot 3 of Silt 20
3018--Lot 1 thru
W 107
1936 Ft for a
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Ben- In N Reno S/D Sally. P. William
Elk 1 In Whit Pen run, N :115 Ft.
fling and visiting In Mr and Mrs. LonnIe Rob- 2540-Lot 5 of lllk 23
son were
: Acm a Lot i. 0 W 100
PERSONALS Baal Hanker on 2.75 I Ft. S 116 Ft,
In N-Reno SID
W R. Holloway of Pensacola the Carolinas\ over the week- erts visited his sister Mrs. .* 7 of Elk :3 A. E. McKlnney, Jr. 61..0304tn..g R 100 Ft to LOB 29 6 24 A. E. :McKinney :Jr. 26 98

Mildred Smith In Bradford 2550-Lot 1 of Blk 1 at SW Cor :
: is spending a week with his end.Mr. County Hospital Saturday In Gaha.ran. 8/D Floyd Pick en* 4.89 Lot 1 Blk 4 orlK 3812-Co mm at Pt 15'
and Mrs. Johnnie Mazola Town. N 17 deg 42' W. A: 119' /of *E:
o son and daughter-in-law Mr. I 2561-Lot 8 of Silk 1
of Gainesville have moved Mrs. Lynn McRae and children E on Ely R/W Walnut ('or of W'fr of NEHof8R
In flahagtin S/D '
: and Mrs. W. E. Holloway. their trailer near her parents. visited her parents. Mr. Ex R/W Aaron Holler 24.13 St 104.33', S 73 '{ of NE%, run

o Mr and Mr. and Mrs. E. M Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Shadd and Mrs. Jack' Crawford In 8694-Lot* 1. 2, 3, s, deg If E 211' a 16 N 78' W 100', N

a Norton were Saturday evening'l.slto1'8 Lawtey !Monday 23 88 of BJk deg W 102.75' to SE ISO', W 220', a 186',
: while he is In service. 11.07 Cor Lot 1 Blk 4 E 114'. 8 19' R 200'to ,
\ of Mrs. F. C. Hodges Qahngan 8/D Johnnie Mae Cuff*
Friends of Miss Beth Dobbs N 72 W POB" Ex OR BK
Mr. and Mrs. Reffln Orlffls : or Blk 1 drg U.05'A.
o and :Mr and Mrs Henry Hodges 2611Eye E, McKlnney, Jr 60 31
had as Sunday guests Mrs. will egret to learn that she -B of R 2 K WMi to beg; 31 Pa617 A RX
: and son 3067-Lota 6, 8 of Blk OR 35-687 .A Ex
is a patient In King Memorial or lilk I s of It 3 RA
Nettle Frigo, Mrs. Leslie 13 In orlaTown Op BK 41-479 211. 22 Leonard Orlffl
a Louisa. Wayne and Jimmy HE'4! of lllk 1 N 10."
Week', of Belmore Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hospital. We pray for her a of It 2F.&NW34;: of Starke! O. J. ITcOrirt 23.SI 3109/ -Lot 6 of Blk 2 _

; were Sunday Waters and. family, Mr. and speedy recovery. of Hlkl SotR :2 3091- Lot 20' N in Butler Crt S/D Elmer Thorn 87 07

afternoon guests of Randy Mrs. Ruby Rosier had as R: In Temple Sit I A S by "*\\00' E *., 3911-1 lot b.lnl84'
Mrs. Marvin Tucker and R. J. W In SR Cor of Lot SAS by 110' Raw
: Miller and family. Rot Par I'll BK
Oriffls.! all of Jacksonville. guest last week, her sister, 3H-63S 22 6 22 1* L. J. *: Alice Kit. 16 44 3 of Blk 18 In orl Bnd N by Lot 1, 8
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Mrs. Inez Bloodworth visit- Mrs. Norman of Starve. 2637- Com 86*', 13 Town of Stark ft: by Lot 2. W by Lot
Horne and three children\ of in Lake Albert Stafford of State 6 30'Nof14WCor 1 lot 20' NftS by 60' 4 In Blk 1 Butler
ed Drew
Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. Beasley Farm Is a patient In King of NW'K of SWV, Saw In NE cor Crt S/D Norman E. Thomas 42.23A.

afternoon guests of Mr. and Butler Wednesday N 221) for POB 15 Lot 6 Silk 18 A. E. McKlnney Jr. 64 24
Memorial Hospital. We wish '. 3937- Lot 7 of RlkB
Mrs. Ruby Richardson and 100' N 60' W 100'.
Mrs. F. G. Conner. and Mrs. him (a speedy recovery. S 60', to POU 22 S 22 T>ile' Acceptance 3135-R' 6 Ft of Lot In Plnehurm 8/D B. McKinney Jr. 28 8J
Little David Wainwright of daughter Ethelene Corp of Stuart at.n 8 ft: W 26 Ft of 8960-B -Beg125'. W
Mattie Ellis of Brooker visited:! Mr. and Mrs. Amos Carlton Lot 7 of Blk) 28 In A 15' N of SB: Cor

: Waycross, Ga. is spending two Mr. and Mrs. Warren Blood- and rhllldren of Palatka visited 2638-Com at SW Cor orlj Town of Stark John Hemingway 29 44 of NEt of NEi,

weeks with Mr. and Mrs.| Ed- her father Ode Dobbs, ot NWU of SWVi 3155 -Coin on H aide N HO', W 70', 8 80', '
worth .
ward Wainwright and daugh Thursday.Mr. Sund.lY.Elder. run K: 104', N SO' for of Call 8t where It R 70" to Beg 29. 23 Louie I J. Bennett 609

: ters. and Mrs. M. M. Orlffls POB, E: 125 on N tnt E el do of Court 1971-1 He, A In SHCor

had as Sunday guests their Hunt of Lake City K/W Or Rd, ;M:/ 250', St. .A run E 139 3't. of NE'4 of

Mrs Sadie Elder and daughter children. Mr. and Mrs. Keith visited friends here Thursday.Mr. W 126', H 250' tuPOB -_' for a POB then a NWH being 210' '

: Rubin and Johnny: Lott and Mrs. Earl Dobbs 22 1 23 W. H. Nof"el .t al < 06 65 Ft R 40 Ft, N S... 29
were Sunday:! supper guests of Orlffls and family of Mac- 26.19-Com 888' E A 85 Pt, W0 Ft to 3997-Lot d of Blk 3
clenny Mr. and Mrs. Harlls had as Sunday dlnnel guests, 30' N of SW Car Of POD 28 4 it3ttf6 Shirley Landrumet In faratoira Hfta

Mr and Mrs. Dewayne Elder. Ellington and children of Lake Mr and Mrs. Howard Registerand :>IW '., N 250', E:: SOU' al 103 89 Unit 1 N. L. Woodburn 18 40

and children in State Farm. children. Mr. and Mrs. for POB R 1001, N -t lot being that. 4085-Com at 8R Cor

Mrs. Margaret Ann Peeler :Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Joe CO', W 100', B 60' port lyfnc 8 of Blk .. of NH" of SW'4 A

Fair and son of Gainesville.\ Fred Jones of Lake City Mr. to POD In OR UK 31 In orls; Town of run N 830Ft to Rd

and son Steve of Mandarin Janice Jones of New Port I and Mrs Don Newman and 25-485 -, SV 9 tt Pioneer Finance Co, 34.33i. Stark. Ex N 286' then W 160 Ft 8 .

were weekend guests of Mr. children of Starke. Mrs. Marty UU -- Braat Tom end R' .S byBH. ". 830 Ft E aGO Ft
Ritchie spent Saturday night 81 In Nat William ) W ,6y! ; Thorap .
: Hall
and Mrs. George Brown. Clemons and children of to POB .. 29 6 I SI w. E. Torode. Jr. 6037
and Sunday visiting Debbie ( 8/D run B on son Deiio In .
-* Mi 8, R. L. Smith visited Mr. Orlffls. Hellbionn Springs. Cooper Or 200', H : OR BK 18-186 1. U Andrew. 7 89 4139-A-Com NE Cor

and Mrs. Jimmy Smith. and Mrs. Mary Freeman had asher to Peterson St.MOOl. t'; of tract A Weatpln 1D t ,
family of Graham Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marjell then on Psteesan Hi, 3212- Lot"* '3. 4 ofBlk of' I $/ Sly 83 66' to

:: afternoon and family visited! her parents Sunday afternoon W 100'. N 18/1'/ to 1 Bx: Rd in J LOB, cont SRIy 82'.

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Aimer in guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sessions POB Tom/ a ilzal Hall !.3528&31.ot n Jones ADD 1>> R. A. Green, Jr, et al 8098 W 90', N 83', E 90' :

: Mr and Mrs. Edgar Cottle Mrs. O. J. Green and 10 ot Bit 3324-Lot. 1, 2. 4 of to POB James
7 and children.! Madison Sunday. I But 2 In J D Jones '
: and Miss Wlnl- William
1 In Nat
Mrs. Edna Blade
Green ,
fred Cottle of Mrs Annie Laurie Dekle of and two S/D Clarence Defu)" line ADD A. E. :McKinney, Jr. 12308 4164-Com at HW Cor tt n
.. Woodbine. Oft., children of Jacksonville Mr. 3ZZ7-Com a.t NW ('orof
Lake Friday luncheon of Lot la of 8ES1 of
'. City was I 28.15-SVj SEU
Mrs. David
.. Cottle and Mr. and I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Howard Register of of Blk 1 In NarWilliam. Call A Bay St. run N 18' R: 140' too
Mrs. Harold Davis Lie 18 09 run N 218.55 Ft. W < POB
were all Lake City and Mr. !and Mrs. H/D Jenkins/ N .A Par to
: Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Bloodworth.Mr. Earl Dobbs. 2669-Lot 8 of Bug 112' Ft for LOB W Bdry 300.16', R
and Mrs. Edgar Beasley 2 Nut William 8/D Lottie/ Mae Reynold 4.29R run N 9431 Ft. Wly 100', S 300.16' W

and Mrs L. V. Mnore and visited their parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Marlon Ellis I ( 155.77 Ft. Sly 7J Ft 100' to LOB 29 6 22 A. E. McKlnay, Jr. 3.06

children of Starke. of State Farm were shopping 2672-Com at .IIW COI'I Foil lit Ft to PUB 28 32 W. J. atudatlll n." 4168-Bea;' 25.04' R of

Mist! Marian Faulk of Jack- Mrs. W. B. Bloodworth Friday in of NWH' of t4W'4! 348-Com at NR Cnr NW 'or of SH(4( of
: sonvllle night. Saturday run E 610) ft for I of Broadway" A Cr. 8K'4 run S on R
spent the weekend
as afternoon.IV. for POB. N 200 Ft. Bt, run N 106 Ft R/W of St 140', E94.05'N
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Mrs. Alice Cason had as ) CO "'t; S 200 Ft, fl 62 14 Ft. 8 106 191 **. to
J Carter Sr Sunday evening Sunday luncheon guests. Mr. IV : W 50 Ft to POB 22 6 I 22 Lottie Rtrnolda 14 SOUary Ft. W 63 H Ft to WI-I O'01' SB 14 r

.. guests of the Carters were and:! )Mrs Robert Lee Cason of ('ol'JI.r iAMI rorvrv,Foe j-n;K'8 2677-Com at SW Cor POB 26 S 21tl Roman :M. Alvarea 13.4!!) SBVi, toW on lino.
niititpoitn -
of :NW % of BW '4 9801' POH Arthur L.
Raiford and Jack Cason and ( .OI''T.LOII.U'' 3261 29 8 U Broctty 3336
: Mrs Jewell Faulk end Mrs. Com at Inter .
; & run R on M Sec 4170/- Be. 2504' E A
Royal Hawkins Hubert Johnson of Jackson- In re: Estate ofJamiM I of :Nly bndry of OrSt
of Jackson- line 700 Ft for LOB, 410' 8 orlW:- Cor
II Hitch .
DeceusedNOTICK A R Bndry of
vllle. then N 300/ Ft, R of SR14 of SK'J.) R
: : TO ('R"l'1'OnllAll
ville.Mrs. 100 Ft, a 300 Jo't. W Chtn. fit rim Nly 9721'. 8
Miss Catherine Wooten and Selma Brannen of creditors of the estate, of 100 Ft to POD 23. 22 Lennon ".n 190' for POB. E 98.1/:1.: N 75' 711"0 Be29 H

: Mr and Mrs.. Wayne Wooten Lake City attended church .]amps" II. RMch leoeum-d. arehereby 100'/ N 7$'. W 100'. to 6 3* Owen R. Alvarea, Jr. 3426

notified and required to 2688N 93.75' of 8 8 79' to Beg 21 S 4228
T of Atlanta, Oa. were weekend here Sunday and had lunch file c.lalma Esther Walk.r -Com at SW Cor
any demandswhich
or 364.25') of Wtt ofSWVi Sander 63 4Joaeph : of NK-4: of
*. guests of Mr. and Mis. J. C. with her sister and family, the they muv have .agalnetsaid nf 8W 4 Ex' 3284--1 lot 210 Ft R N 40V( to POE,

: Wootpn. Warren Bloodworths. estate In the office of the R/W Ex W 60' RxR 4 W by 105 Ft N Ely! 648' to Pt 190'

county Judge of Bradford County : 69.9' 22 0 23 aimer Williams 332 A H rind (t by N..- :M of K Hoc line,
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Canova Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Florida, In the courthouse 28U.AW 60' of N worthy N by Duncan N3).6'fnEWHaves:

: Jr. and two children of Jacksonville Goodman and daughters Kar- at Slnike. Florida/ within alx 91 75'' of S 356.25' t A W hf WAl'nUt S/P WEly 617'-

and Mr. calendar, month from the dale ofH, of BWU of fit Deer OR BK S32901'0Lot rn '4 Secline
: were Sunday guests of en Yvonne visited s
of the ,iflmt publication of this SWVS Ex R/W Deac" ... 21 6 St ; Rllderbran 13.8' POH
R: 6831 Rx
: Mrs. L. A. Canova and son and Mrs. Warren Bloodworth notice. Each claim or demand OR BK 27 Pa 555 22 8 23 Cornelius/ ..a.., I, 4 nf Blk 4_>21--NW' of WE' 32 0 23 Claude W. Co nil II 928
David. Sunday night must. be In writing and must Jr. *t al 38.3d 6 In L T A COB nf NE'4' 4 A P'i'; of
fttate the place or resilience and 2696- Com at NW S/D Ex!: R/W .
Saul! Hankrrson 8 82 SR of
.. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton Mrs. Warren Bloodworth NEV4 W
pout office address. of the claimant Cor of 8W% of 3300-Blk 6 In L T A: of Hwy 301

and family attended a Silver visited her daughter Mrs. hlH agent, or his attorney 8WH run E 520 Ft COS 8/D Ex R/W K/W an dcitc. Ex In:

H Anniversary celebration Sun- Cecil Brannen in Lake Butler or It will become void according : for n POB then run Rx R 75' of Lot I Ed Hunter S 04 rieort Book 17 PO
to law. 011 100 Ft R 50 Ft N 30U-Lotn 1 A 2 of .
SOI\ tla' Pew In OR
Mr. Saturday .
and Mrs. M morning.Mr. April 2M, 1 1HAMILTON 15 B 100 Ft W 60) Ft to Blk 7 In 1.T&., BK 17 PO 603

7 C Hartley of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Marvin. Dobbs :- HITCH POD 22 6 22 Hid state Horn*. hoc.':. 11.20 COS SID Ex R/W Pack Lane 6 nil W. H, No..sl,

; Mr and Mrs W. E. Oliver and children of Lakeland Executor of the Estate 2697-Com at NW Cor Ihio-Lot 3, 4 of Blk 4234-Be< 539.9:1':I N .A. Jr. et al 19.10
of James H. Hitch. IxiceasedFirm of SWH of SW'* 13lnLTIICo.8D : 444 62' W of SE Cor
.. of Jacksonville. were weekend vlsltd his parents Mr. and publication. on 6th day *., run 8 160 Ft for :afetta Harmon 8 7tilett of NEH" run S 40

: guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. O Mrs. Marshall Dobbs over the of May AP Hit*. a POB then run R: deg 11 mln R 350-,

Z Conner and granddaughter weekend. THOMAS: PIERCE: 100 FIt 60 Ft W 3313: Lot 2 of Slit 8 4C dg9 mln W

Attorneys at Law 200 Ft N 60 Ft to 16 In L T A., COd 344.3'. N 40 deg

: Stephanie. Mrs. Don Alvarez and little 5/5 4t 6/28 POS Rx R/W II' tt Ralsia. Cox 7.21 SID *.Harmon. 8 7,1. ;. lt mln W 350' to St ;
S Mr and Mrs. Chester Wood 2699-Com at NW Cor 1326- Elio of Lot 1 Kd R/W N 41 d -a44 .
of aw A t of silk II In L min R
and 14 of SWH 349.30. to
: Emily attended a base-
)li1)TIC..' run 3 210 Ft, E 100 T A COS SIr Joe Colenuta 489 POH. Ex R/W
ball game in Green Cove Ft for a POB runA 83J7-Lot 3 A., W 42' 32. 83 3107 Jo L...'. ;Motel, 13921 ;

Springs Friday evening. Their I Notice. I la hereby given that the following; described" land. 100 Ft, R 2G9 Ft, of Lot 4 Of Blk 15 4265-SRI4' of NE'i of

: son Chipper is pitcher for the will he .
day of Jun.. A.D. 1916* at the City Hall City of Starke, County to rOD Llnnle' Tyion et al 114ilarl Rx R: 38' of Lot 3 A Ex Par Desc" In
Burlington Mills\ Little League. of Bradford Stale of Florida, to pay the amount due for alit IS :Mary Coleman 20 cmt OR BK 33-SSI 32 8 33
2700-Com at 10 Victoria Y
Daniel Crews Miss Carolyn tnxen herein set opposite the lame together with all costs 4279-NW', of NWl. McFashlon f.10
of uch aalH end. advertising of SW'i 3227-A-R 38of Lot of $E'4 Ex Par 1
m Morgan\ and Mr. and Mrs. I & run S 4 of Blk 15 In L T Sold A Ex Lot dew r

Graham Crews. all of Starke I %a. Descriptionf nlouat of Taxea 359 Ft for A CO'fl 8/D Annie Tyson 6? OR BK 30 PO 649
.. Innd M T H A Owarr and Cost than run 3329-E 38 Ft of Lot4ofBIItisaF.3 A Ex H/W '
A Ex
: were Sunday: visitors of Mr. K: 110 Ft 13 4

Z and Mrs Gerald Crawford and 3117- Lot 6 of lilk W 110 Ft /* leaSe\ 1.44 Ft of Lot S. 4 SI Par Pfj Ui-sc 2U lift BK I

sons and Mr. and MM. Charles 2 ICN 10' Green' nt Blk 16 In L T A 439*-NF. '. of NW'4 32 8 23 4 Victoria. UcFashlon 1083 "

re Crews and family. Acri'B George F. Sncll 798 2704-Cora at COH SID 3oI..k Coleman Jr. eat 32 36 of o SK'i'. Ex': Par
2131 -
-- at :NW 'or t
: Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Norton of SE'4 of NK:'4 runS A run E 3379Lot.. 3, 4 Of Par demo Rx. It/W OR Kx

and family 13H7 Ft. 10 7 7S1.3 110 Ft ilk 40 In U T. A 32 PO BK _
m visited Mrs. Trudy run W1/ 36 31 6 tt 4 Bertha Green 16
Ft to W U/W Line COS 8/D Lilly .A Lonnl. .0"
S Norton in Jacksonville\ Thursday of St ltd 10., thinNICly Ft" E SO ; Jackson Hicks Sill 4179.A Car of I Lot Lot In NW

2 evening. along W /\\' to LOB H. L. Hartley 176 3311.Lot.* 8, t ofDln 3 1 of Hilt
line of Hwy 792 Ft Blk 41 U T.a.. bring IV N A H
3706 Com
at !:
; Mr. and Mrs. Chester WoodS for 1'OH then Nlyon of SW'i: COS / ;Mae'Fr.nta. Jenkin. 39 14L. :by 125 E A W In.1
M John
and family spent the weekend W I(/\\. line ICOFt. run W 87' 3389 -Lot 3 of nile / S/D Tommy JHardenbroolt.

". 1n Wauchula as guests of Mr. Wly nt right 8 232.9', 441n LTa. COS U91-W 300' of NV. 31 79S3

I Wood's ante to ltd 200 Ft 21026 E SID Z. Baker 1.35 nt BE', of
mother Mn L. H.e .
then HKIy par with LOB WUbur ltoie I860 33 2-NH of Blk 45 _' Ex R/". A Ex Par

- Craig and Miss Julia Mae ltd, ISO Ft then 21181 '. In L T .A COB 8/D ;Ma France Jenkins 6064 in NW" Cor 151V 8q 33 I

: Rose. Ely 200 Ft to poll Cor of EH lid't 3401-Lot 1 of Blk 41 4424-Com at NE Cor H. L. Hartley .11

. A R: '4 of Unt of SWli In L T A COS S/D John H. Hick 16.6S of SW' nf Nt:', A
Miss Martell Johns of Jack- lllk 3 Or..n'r...* 20 e I 2l James W Jr. 3973 of
" Palmy, Na: H by : .. 3402-Lot* :3 r Blk run W IS Ft714
sonvllle was Sunday overnight W 4 1.66 48 In L T A COS Ft for a LOS then
Mid State Home Ino.
2177 Com
420 Ft N
- guest of Mr and Mrs Maxie from. SH' Cur ...f8W' 1719-E 3)4) 8/D Sallie William 2227. W307H Ft S 2M Ft

: Carter Sr. of SW'A of SEH ot E .107 H Kl N to
SW'i Ex 3408-Lot* 4, 6 of BIK) FOR Jarre's
8) 3
W ll 5 N ftFt 13 W Patray, Jr. 12 48
: We were sorry to hear of run Ft Demo. OR 1 Hester *: Louis 1 ..In. L T .*. COS 4414-Com at NW Cor .
R llr! Ft H 80
. the death of a neighbor, John Ft to POll 21 a It Josephine Kll.mon 5 IS Graham ..U2UOlC AlSn A. E. McKinney Jr. 44 .7 of E NEH of :34Vt4-
3A 3426-WH of Lot lot run H40' 8 28V
R. Townsend on S3NH l. 1 2 of IHk to
Monday May o t ,
: ft side
SE'* of nm 10 A s 20 : orWV4 of Canal for ./
2 In Sunny Acres '
T 3rd. SWii 1 C. A. Crum 411 of Lot I fink POB. Cant H 135',
HID Samuel Welch I TS
: Mrs. Lloyd Macy and four 33N9-Lot 10 of Blk 2724-Com 10 L TaCOs ADD Farmer'. Supply 29.81 W. 356' to Canal
children 2 In Sunny Acrvi of BVi of. 3 46 J-Lot 11 Of ilk Along Canal
es spent Sunday asS 380'
gin Carrie Welch S 35 NE 4 of 16 In 1... T. A CON tp POB Jj 33 Leota M McQueen 6 44
quests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. 45u7-R at NR Cor
W 647' S
23)7) -Loin 7, S, 9. .* A. E. :McKinney Jr. 24 61BUI
LOB cont 3444 Lot of Nw'l1 of NW4
m Duggar of Jacksonville. 10 of Hlk S In Mutiny 11 of Blk
179.5'. N 16 In .. T. A COS A run S 3616' W
Alfred Barnes eit. TVS
sIn '
U I have: a lot of trouble tryIng 2417-Com ut NK: Cor 179.6' to Beatrice CoUman IT.33 ADD Blond. 18.45Craetl 341 6 N 381 f, E

: to reach everyone on Mon of See. a 31 d..* W 2841-W 13A : 34.1-WV., ,of LOla ,, 1. 3411' to POB 34 6 13 IIi Jacqueline A. Moorer 83.74I
of NWVi i. f. K.II+ JLii ftaV f 24
JJJ day so If you have news 950' to Cr of RHa it r of Block being
2St6-Lot 6 65 Ft E .A. W by 100 ;MERRILL: EDWARDS
Cr of
Center Ml,
call me anytime. Thank
please TAX
m N 72 detrV on Cr In 1 Ft N .aS. In LT COLLECTOR

: you. St HOO.... 8 18 deg ./D Es A. JE. Yv: *tl..sr, Jr. 11.77 A COS ADD ) ; W Allea ., al 1 71." j '(/ 44 {/) CITT OF 8TARJCJC. FLORIDAU'J

r yr, If for FOB coat ,





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t rn' RgDAV. MAY 12 19! 'if "RADFORD rorNTT TBt.KonArn.; TARKB. ",onm" .p"r.- "T,-, -,- rN-

I IMa1tv11le. itrtlfi'' I .il,.. .i.>,uII.I..rM. | .fill', : III'. I ,III, i I'lllt... ". < .c.: '|..-,. ( '. III ,I.,. .5. ,II I, I I. I' 'I.I,
YVVYYVVTYY'VVvvV, Pa'lfjetl Fl'ldiiv. May 6 at 8 front( of a white heart decorated I James and John Q. Godwin' of Lester Slade. I CrAwford. nil of (1 ) 1. .ll, IHHIIItlll.'' .. (Ill I .h'"i |"I.' I'..! : il.'ln'. Ml.I n ll it I h, ,in*.. "I.I i Ml
p. 111. In the Maxvllle BaptistCnuikh. \ ( with white carnations three sister, Mrs. I Mrs V. J. Slarie and 111"Rex :Mr iind Mi's. Bole .' I I Ul III.' |t'I'"I"' 'I t t... .111.1, 1 I III' :INi.HIM In .. hl..h ."""..iMtMl )11) AXVILLE Ilev. A. R. Taylorrnroinie and lei n. At each sIte of the Gertie Eunice of Lawtey Mrs. : Wilkinson son of Mr chlMri'ii.: ; ;Mr. and :Mrs ,.. I IP UI)Iii I II I V.i.-4 lLJiMI.IHl. l 1 4tIt". iI'II..S.? 'tnr. June, !19801, ivtili'h I' th" 'nth lily,
., All 'if .,.1.1. intii.-tv ....I..If. .InHi ..r .1 i,inn'. I li!' Ed Wilkinson Flak".s ani or f.1f'k,<- !! IN r..I1. \\ ii. | |
LinnitH.irrLi and Mrs. was on
< the of whItelilIes Pansy Knight an! Mis! i .
canJiclluhtceremony. baskets .
hrait were .. ,
,,. .
: I II I III.I I I ":" I 1 "'I 1)' of ItiinK ml, Sliil I 'llilH L'nil .1 I.ij "r1"\
1S1 Mrs. .\. C.Phone Slade end fern.! of Maxville. throe confined to th'1' Bradlord Mr !and !"II"'.. Kennelh" .II.i.1.I I -iSI'I', I .. I II Ir. SI ..r, i II..I., ,., I I'Hlli" ,.
The bride wore a floor- brotheiH. Tommy of Osilnfsvll'e. I -I! County Hospital in Stnik: several ll.tms and nanny OrrvC', < I MI i Ii'I||, ,.n ,,r .1"1"< | "i ,,, I In1. >,i- "it*< h i"f'i I ii'I ii, 11- .\Ii SlY
2891491ARRisPAi I P'lrcnu: of the briti are Mr. California and I clnys! List: week ,ecim-rnu!( ': ti'\f; Speedy. .' ( I i '; I 1"11I ,.l \; U I'.I, ..I,I s1 II', i Hi. it.'-i' '10.. I I I. i '! ....in.... il I us.. I n.rk 5 nf riKiili,, ,i .:'nurt' ->tIHiiilT'ird
&&4&&A&... &&.&. iiicl Mia.) Sidney L. Hurls and leiv' th organza anj Chantllly Denver of 1 1 :"\ ', I.1 I .> 1\ I, '.i II s Illll''' I "I.ill.,'IIU I 1.." 1 I.\\ I ii." |i" .I.ll| I"t Vfli I Coiiiuv.'' Fl''i' ,ulit,\
;.arr nts of the brldc-"oom ale lace !gown with tapercd sleeves. Qulncy of Lakeland. 13 grandchildren I I I from Injul lea iccrivrd who D.ilc: Crosby of O \ I ,' S 1-1 in i I. ;". I n"' 'i. \\ ., I .> ,' ..1 I ,in I.tn h .Mill, .1 II', -i 41 I ;.1,34; : '
: >ciF.rrMlM :\ '. nivf Mrs! Harry L. PacUetl and wiutonu train. A pearl and several niece ;: he le.l:) o.f a hoisr, sx'iit I Saturday vlth\ 1
; E.1th( O If..i 1 'bl"(- All of Maxvllli' and f.yfctal: crown .crured her and nf-phcw.s. The body rested !I Penny Orlflb duui'liler': ofMr ",I'AnfUl1cthrl'sII'! '; 1: a
wmthe: bl'l.Ie 1 ol l .\1. i i E !CuiinL! veil of Illusion. at the home of n daughter I ojid :Mrs. \Vnver huh Oi''j{ .hy nirl Mis. J. L .a
The vows s\81 e repeated( In Mitron of honor was Mrs Mrs.: Mabel: : Harris: from 5: p I wi\', u i>itlent sevl'\111\ da I' \scnk in Si. Vincent's I Hospital; :Mrs. <0.c q. Crosby aol :
Joe Pr.dsett sister of the bride, m. Tuesday til noon Wednes-: I S .
t I'lder.maldIIS Miss! MaryKlLzoie I day. Pallbraicr.s were Buforc 'I 11 Jacksonville! Crosby enjoyed fishing
F. MANY THANKS and flower girl ua 1 and DOlls IIUjinbotham. Don i: : Mr anj Mrs.' Hollis Jeffers. to the Cklawaha RlviM
Sandy Barber. rUng braici Parrish, C C. Biltt. Bryan visit -J Saturday niKht! in Sunday dinner
was RpRftle Taylor. Carter and Jimmy Brooks. I D--toiN: Inlet with Mr.;\ and' Mr and! Mrs. Carl
To The People \Vho Attendants wore floor- The community extendtheli :Mr J-ihn. C. Jerrf'l's.'I wore Mr. and! :M'-i\ H:llv ,
.. \Ipnatn' fushU< gowns with sympathy to the family Sun'lay, : dinner Kiiest of :MrnnH tn) and family. :Mr and, );
p4 Voted For Me On scopped necklines and capped< of the late Mr Godwin.IUKTIIHAY 'I :\-1"11.n.. ). B. Gitffl.s and ;Mr\ Rob"1! Martin nn1:! '
sleeves They carried pinkcarnations. \ PARTY Bill! Mrs. Holli.1 Jcffer.s was and ;Mrs. Tommy Tver
Mr. and Mrs.: F. B. Coleman I Sonny J ffers of Doctors In- son. Mr. aol Mrs: J'> "
May 3rd. I I Yunr( Stale !:cprel'/"laU'c--'lal/ Bradford, Citiim CuunlivH
: Best man was W. W. DytilUs I entertained Saturday nlvhl let. I r'pr Ansnn mil :Mr \
''iers! were Claud North. : with a party honorlnh"r J- ne Hlxslnbntlium: was I Jimmy M-irtin, nil (If ;;
Lloyd Kllaore; and Floyd Klluore. -I son Oonnlc on his 15th roiifinrcl, to her home last! A sneclnl proiirnm' for
We shall always Hand for thai* which \\ e believe .. After a church: reception Urthdwv Gnmes were plaje- I v. ee'f with the measles. I II ers Day was '!l\rn nt .

is right. the couple left on a trip down I and party lefrcshmentr served -I Weekend Bursts of Mr and! fflwny RunMav Vlis EXPERIENCED .
WE SHALL RETURN state They will reside at their I I to the guests enjoying: the Mis. Doss' Hiislnbntlnm:! were I II Johns was (riven a tea .
new home here In Maxvllle.B occa-.lon with Donnie. I Mr and Mrs. Franklin lllanln-:: "0' or 111' for belli" I fur '
OTHMA J. (Ossic) NORMAN are K"aduates of Baldwin High: I servces! were i i Mnthti\ 's Day dinner guests Kcllv terehed one for, : l
School. The bride is employee hold Sunday at the Lonst-( !I I beside the Franklin HlKi'lnbothnms the largest: numh-r\ In Flit.'I'u COUNTY AND STATEGOVERNMENT 1.
(I'i Pnl. A\v.t\ \ with the Southern Bell TelePhone branch Baptist Chuich and! a were Mr and :Mrs famHv: at eliurch and .
I, Company;: In Jacksonville larre crowd was reported at- 1 Ben IllRainbotham I am fum-1 Lee! lakes Also l'rcplv!'<1
and the groom wltli" tendlnn. Dinner was served on lly. Mr and Mrs. Rc. ''mond for belli; the youngest

[7 Am Grateful Wlnn-Dixie in Jacksonville. the grounds followlns services Kllnore and family and Mr er. .
Deeply NOTICEA: : and smizlnx rnoyed afterwards nr.d. Mrs Gene John-on nnd I There will be !

singing; will be held Sat- bv th" Weeks Family and the daughter.Pvvvyvvv.vyvyvvvvvyvv. so>vl"cRI.! the churc'i

For the wonderful support of my Brad urday. MAY 14 at the Pine \Ve"oniiet Quartet. Rev Bob- I evening' Kve'vono Is iti' '. PRESENTLY SERVING .
drove Methodist Church at bv Km ht delivered the mes- at leon. Northsirfp '
ford friends in the YOU; in the HOUSE OF KEPKESENTATIVKS;
: County New River starting nt 7:30: p. ane. No church services were use tl-e Bnptlstrv ,
First Primary. m. Singers! will be the Smith held. SUndRY night and those Bavless Hivvayy i nffpinon nt 3:00.: I'i-t; rres.ident' ", Clay County Chamber; others of Maxvlllo.: Lois wl'hlnR: attended the MaxvilleBnntist also invited to this (' Chairman of the Hoard of County Commissioners:

Tucker and the Wesconnctt) ; Church' Rev. Reginald!! j
Trio. Everyone is Invited to 1 'Tavlor delivered the Sunday' SERVED YOU .
llf MTI !Il 5S|
attend.A nliht! services.! : & I-OM in TALLAHASSEE
Tlll'flt\ : ; on these! Committees:
singing: !( was held last Sat-!'! II PERSON.U.S ....).. III I.111. IMITHIO -'. '.. .
State (!overnment Reorganization
of Mr. and Mrs Henry Caruso Don't forget the sins" ul ; : i I us nritisi' :' '; :
iirrtav night at the Churrh I3ayless HI! *ay Church Sntur- 'Mi, .it t Ml... II I I. .II...ill. .n .l!<>.. | Workman's Compensation
South' and daughter and Mr aol 1
find here on Illway .r f t I'n f 011'1'' '" ..11...
of Maxvllle. Mrs. Earl: Mosley and children day night at 7:30.: Everyone is u h.. l, 'III.Ml HI.,.1.1' ,n .ill., M ,| e Labor
:NEW ARRIVAL visited! Sunday afternoon In Invite"" ;! to attend. I I.,,\ .'....ll 1 ,IM, I.I I'l, 'I'M' 'III I J I'uhlic Health
H Mr and Mrs. Roy Thomas Starke with Mr. and Mrs. R I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown Mental: Health
and mother. Mrs. Netn. Blown.Mr. ,, .
me the! proud parents of a V. Durranrc and daughters!!
rtaughtpr/ Tammy Lynn born and ettendei church Sundav AId: Mrs. Janr-s!! Kurlln Thompson CURRENTLY SERVINGYOU

Friday May 6 In the Ed Fras- 1 night at the Calvary Baptist and children! and Mis I.eiili (ON .
Metal Works
44 Church. Blown of Jacksonville nil enjoyed
'r MTnoilal Hospital at Mac- a picnic dinner nt Mr Constitutional. ltevi!' ion Committee of ltirislati\e i 'ouncil
"lennv Mrs. Thomas and new Mrs. Hollls Jeffers wan! a
'Hb'V' aie expected to return patient. ,several, l days! l lust weekin and :Mis. Brown's iaic: r> home Heating: .\n.1lr ('.. Education und Welfare on Constitutional' Revision!'

h'"mn the middle of this week.MR. St. Vincent's Hospital In on Sampson; Lake Sunday, InKtaUaUllnf'RtF. (sub-committee)
ot. Mrs. Sallie Crawford
: Jacksonville( : .
Wnl'J..pndl1e1ltll/ of Mrs. F. called to Jacksonville! hist Tomorrow Today Iluntlcfi will continue
Funeral l services fov Celfus SERVICE: : & TffNK: as Rcprexcnlative
62. hrld Wl'dnl'seAY B. Coleman and son were Mr. week because of the Illness! of Phono nil-4021) ) or I);
Oo\\n werre
: prolcclliiff Your Intercut small leglaltttor.
ot 2 p. m. In the lyrnn- and Mrs. James Coleman and.:! her sister. Ho.irl 1 1ft Rmt> Staihe, an a county
H family of Pierson. Mr. and Mrs. Bnrivy KaKer;: ;
\ Burial
IHtlnth Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Browning and! daughters!' of Jacksonville: (Pistil Politlcnl Advertising Paid for by Louis Huntley)
i In the Church Cemcery -
Please go to the polls agaih dn May 24 followed Arranremnt' uerr tinder and daughter Vivian of were dinner guests of her pll'cnt.q -
Jacksonville!' were Sunday' dinner Mr. and Mrs T. N.'; Norman -
and vote to continue Jerry W. Carter the direction of W. B.
fiundny.Mr .
auests of Mr. and Mrs.
!!1 Public Service Commissioner"* 3rirrs: in Funeral Home. ; Buddy BroMvnlm.: i and Mrs. Rudy Sapp
as your Orantie r Park. Rev. Melvin ,
}| Two. Don't trade EXPERIENCE IVatsoit pastor of the Orariwmatpttst Mr. ani Mrs. James Waters and son of Savannah spent
Group Church and Rev. Bob- of Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. I the weekend with their pArents L. P. "Pete" Gibson
Mr. and Mrs. Elrton< Hupp\
Lyle Schmell and daughtersof
for "an
Experiment. !jv Knight pastor of the Max- .
r I
Jacksonville attended And Mr. and Mrs. L. C Pad- ,
Churrh offlclalnu -
/lllc Baptist! I
I YOUR FRIEND{ .:. He is survived by his wi- Homecoming, services Sunday RCttMr; .
I T. N. NOI'manas tis-1.11
at Lon b"Rnch" Baptist
; Evelyn Ocwlwln.hrf" \ .
i dow Mrs. I Church with Mr. nml 1 Mrs In' I her Runt Mrs Klla: Neal)
JERRY W. CARTER > dnuzhtcrs.: Mrs Sarah
; Rhlncrioss! of Hollywood, Mrs I Bufoni IflBBlnbotham' and in 0.1 nr/lvllle/ WednesdayMr Senator for the SixthSAYS
grsnd"hilclrrn.! and Mrs Billy Joiner 1
''Pd.! Pol Artv.) !Vtnhrl Harris! and) Mr Shlrlrv .
Saturday night:;! /cuests of me I h( proud l parents 4 n
i'adisett of1: a xvIII p. two dons
Mr. "find Mrs Dave Covei'dale baby daughter' born Fi11,rlav.
n an-} son were! Mr1 and:! Mrs.!' D May 8 In Aluchtin General :
J. Pairlsh. Mr. find Ms.: Kudrtv Ho.ipltnl! MAlel nal :crnndpnrrnt.s I
Bradshaw. Oscar !and Ion ate Mr. nnj Mrs Marcus! "
; Sincere GratitudeWords Harris: Conner. I "Thank You So Much!

: ; ; !Mr and! :Mr.s' AvrJ:...- .Slartr) Mrithm'H Day Knr-ts of Mlnnd '
\ und f"mllvele :Sundny: dinner Mis C C CI'oshv'crc I
can never express my sincere I miests In Hampton of :Mr\ and !Mrs. Randolph Cinsby, I
of Mrs. W. M. SUede and Mrs of M.ix.illft. Mr. and :Mr-\ .
appreciation for this opportunity Bobby Crosby rind lion Mrs
Jo ale WlllLs and children. Th-- I
1. : service which you have given me. : Slade family also vl.sltcl! with MarlFllxson, (; and Ml, Otl- Over 30,000 wonderful people in the 24-county

1 . .1 .. ', Sixth District chose Pete Gibson from among eight
t. To Congressman Matthews, I extend ,
_ _
S -
J I, ; .- my thanks for a clean hard Scott KellyThanks :.. candidates to represent them in the Senate.

J .

Ii -- _-. 'l fought campaign. We were friends Bradford VotersI t;, .

If A- at the outset of this campaign, we are ,4.+ 4 This tremendous response gave him a 2 to 1 lead

today.I I would like to express my sincere p over the man in the runner-up spot who will be on

thanks to the people of Bradford County I -
I shall strive to merit your confidence. I need your the ballot with Pete in the May 24th Primary.
for the overwhelming vote
help in working for the continued growth and progressof you gave
me in the May 3rd primary and.to all
every county in our district. I shall ever be grateful
those who actively worked in my behalf
: to you for giving me this privilege.
I am indeed grateful.
17 of the 24 Counties Placed Pete Gibson First: five

DON FUOUA SCOTT Sincerely KELLY., gave dates.him a clear majority; over the seven other candi

(Pd. Pol. Adv.)

(Pd. Pol. Adv ) I I "From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for this

vote of confidence. I will try to justify your faith in me."
I My Sincere Gratitude ;

I "To those. who saw fit to support one of the line

; Words" can never express! my sincere appreciation THANK gentlemen no longer in the race I extend this invitationto

{ for the many friends who voted fur-

me on May :3.I YOU join with me on May 24th."

I am truly sorry that there were :

I oles cast o> er the entire Second Con. r INDUSTRY AN IMPROVED EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM-

KreNsion.il: :\ :. District to have enabled me lu

represent you in the Senate.

I pledge to perform the duties of Comptroller > II
II Even: though: I will not be servIng/ you officially I Pete Gibson Has A Proven Record of ServiceP."Pete"

I of Florida with a dedication and I
my interest in being a good and useful I

citizen and neighbor/ is just' a* strong as i I Ii humility that will bespeak more eloquently I II

.',---I 1 ever. than words of my appreciation for the con KEEP L. GIBSON

Thanks again to those who expressed confidence in me. fidence and trust you have placed! In me.

*. -

SINCERELY 1 /r&_ *&p && :I SENATOR for the SIXTH

ED dr- ,. '

l ,.", ",,11"r.' ..By, Ih.Dckln' j TM Pol A.lv.flfl .
Pa Pol A(civ J -- -- for c Canwtralbr: .. el florida OunaiJltM.


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r JPum 1"Ul.ltnI'S: ; ItltADfOltll MttlNTY 'I'ILlailt.PII, r.\KKK.. FLORIDA 'till'USI>,\Y. MAY 1 It, 19B 'f;'
...............' Ion BiipliM I Church Girls Auxiliary Debbie< Hawkins Sheila!! : Mr and Mrs. Herman Fowler Williams and faintly on Sun- I Mr and Mrs. Floyd Martin I Long Branch Baptist: Church I n
\ attended the New Rtvrrl I dock Elaine Jones.! lIaI-1| of Johnson spent Monday. I of Daytona visited her Sunday for Homecoming "
Association O. A outing at ,I Jones, Debbie Carter, Debutelilil. \ with Mr. and Mrsi' D. W day.VLsltinj: the L. W. 1-'A\l111 motiur, Mis. Hester Hicks on ,\
HAMPTON Sold Head Branch' State Paik'; Joann Salter, ant Linda I Swindell. family during t.hecekenJ;: Sunday< I
:ast Saturday' This eeli. May ,I Stone.: I Mrs. Maywood Mosher and were her brother-lii law and Visiting Mr. and Mr.s. E. J. ARE TERMITES L. P. Pets GIBSON
Uy !Mm. !Mary, U'lllhtmauuau.aaaw.ua.aaa. '-15, is the OA Ferns! Week Pt.KSON.lLS I family of Plant City spent sister J:r. and Mrs, J.V. naulprson Sunday were their
n.1 other events to spatllght; T.ie Baptist Church presented I :Mon 'ay with her daughter; Knight, and her brother: ; Jack stns-io..law and daughters.Mr. DESTROYING
this week include: a presenttlcn i the youngest mother I and son-in-law Mr und Mrs. Fuquay, and daughter! all of ar.d1:. s. John Petree of Senator for the Sixth
CITY COUNCILThe Sunday nl.ht t., Train Mrs Fat Clark: the ode: I Floyd Smith I Monticello. They nl1' visited Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs.: YOUR HOME?
Cjuncll met Monday: .ns Union of the QA mother: M.s Rjsa Parsons: '' Mr. and Mrs A. C. Sindc! their mother M's. Futiuay. In Edward:! Broward of Jacktonllle )
May i:. with eveione present !Ann.>. tislns:: hymns and Rlllg-1,, mi.1 the mother! with the most! and lamlly of :Muxvllltver' I Univeislty: Medial:: : Cmtcr! in \ In the nftcmjon the fREE FOR:
WJthtrt- the next ten days o tine This! Sunday the children. Mr.. J. A. Williams Sunliiv:; : dinner guests of .VIrs.WlllJam Gainesville They BNtst tJ Riulei.ioru visited: : his! sister INSPECTION
notice will be pasted; near the mediate: GA's will ciesent. n ; with !lioweis Mother's: Day: Slade. return next week to "I" hi'v. Mis. Ruby Crews, In Glin St More Home Rule ) !!
post and published in The Tele- 1urlnf) Training Union To- te Container Carp: last week Charles! of Miami visited relatives. as :'11'11"1' guest Sun av Mr: M.-. and Mrs. R.iynvind> otufs itacnWtbl .
graph of property owners 'tlght!. I IThM-s'avl, I the Intermediates Thp ,..nplcYI's and co-worker the L D. Browns and and: Mrs L. B. Yon an 1 family :i Redding an1 children: ot Wild- arKA for Counties
cuing\ city tnxcs Th"ro will bea will meet for a slum- gave a barbecue In ds! liono: William Slades. last week.' :of Gainesville. j' w.vd sprat Sunday with hi1- 4w
penalty other than tax ittyt. her party at the ham: of their en\ Saturday night at the C>n- M. an1 Mrs H. E. IMcAlMster M'3.! Mae Walls And Sir. end mother: Mrs. D. R. Redding I 539 E. Can 96.1:! }6.; {
A rou:1 elor. Mr. D. F. Hill! tniner Corp p'lrp' between of Gainesville visile!!; j Mi.nnd '. :Mrs. J. Dorko( enl: vtd( :Min I turf a'l ntfeiu'ed. Long Branch Paid< Political Adv by Campaign Treas.
The Council wants to make Those that: attended. the Graham and Brooker. i Mrs. M. L. Wutterson er's Day dinner at Jackson- Homecoming: l ...._ --. ----------------------
& special effort to keep the meeting at Gold Heal Branch Mr. and Mrs: ,. II.} It. Jones of I Monday.; ,ille Beach. Mr. and Mrs!\ Joe Sh'ifwl
city clean and woud: like for were Mrs. tnwton Yaunvblon: I. i iI Hallv.: ] Mich were vhltnig the Mr. and Mr. Lynn Hall Mr and Mrs J.imes E. I and famlJy of St. Augustine.
each family to pick up trash :MOaorBP! Ke'innn.! Mrs D E, IHIli Ilstet'k.. pent Sunday with! Mr. und' Crawford and children ,1onr! : and. Phil!! Shu ford of 'Tullahas-
an i ; ut in containers: for' :MiBrown '. I Htll Mr. Hi'l. Wen-lv Till!. A f lam!! will be shown at the :Mrs. Copelaiu in Valdosta the! ]-'st "f t-e! fern. '!Iv fI t ft ,-e v'r-e vlsltlnir: :M' s. Jchn
to pick: up, :Milton\ Mr! ''he'n!'v. Punl L apU-I. Ch'n'C'hVf'd'e d\Y( Oa. family dlnnerr'rt'.aiinti, : ; th" I I :S'"in ford und Dave S'indavM
They also wanted tI.> expres.-. Fetes and .Tr. and: icrmed-! nigh''., :Mny 18. on the life of M"s O. D. Pien! Is very OoWen Weldl'i" AnnivcrMiy' I -. and Mrs!! James Padgettof
thtl: thanks to John M Parker I Sate (;As: H'ithip r.o"-tt Divpne :Mn4rs. l Fvryon" ,Is, vrlpom" .!Irk! .1 l this wl'ltinf.We\ hop- "f hU rar"nts. Mr :.ird Mrs Jick'--onvile: \ spent Sunda\
1 fin making the cemetery ] Norman) Evelvi. ,Jon"sI Mr' ant Mrs! II. F. Tones of 'he will !soon! be b tte"-. I 1 Paul Crawford: Sr nr Stal ke I with his hrother-ln-1-iw and!
look so good. I Alma and Joan Hlnsoi. Sandy Cjvln ton. Va1"1'1', Kiting!! Mr and Mrs M. L. Watter- About 15 c'hlldr'-n' marl': grandchildren : : pl..t!- .. Mr.. und MrHai y
(.IRI I s AUXILIARY and:: Elaln Yonnabliod. Toni I re'ntt' friends here last v n a'-c'-mpanled. Mr. and Mill I en'nvrd! tv! ray. I Wl'kers-n.f : !
Twenty-six from the Hamp- i StoiT1., Vlchv and Susan Dyal week. I Frederick Watterson: !'! and Rup'-'ny v's'fvof' Mr. nn-l I Tn tne fTe of the Frank:
Anvmc invested In bidding daughter and Mrs. Dot Falling :Mrs W. II. Oool'bv fin'1 cMl- CI'IIC'fAmll.v/ M-nh-Ts< Day
on the mall route betweenTran'ptnn of Starke to spend Mother's( : dren wee Mr fir'I >i 'r--, flay i -Mnn'r' tainpj: Into a "J'>1 'err.s-
!>n'l Graham please I Div with Mr. nn i Mr Don Ono):;')" of O' "'nway and 1 h'rth'iav dinner fur ithei, bv
Thanks Fellow Citizens rrnttct ITnmptnn postmaster McM hone and:: sons In Day- I Mr C' nl'h"'s! rri'ihi"Mrs, (he fnmUv( rini'lue',! Genie)
Mr on-1 Mrs R. 'r Jones toni Hfflrh. ,Les'l"' Sweat of Mnxv'li"! '' | Fa' p nn-i/ Mrs. T-iminv, Llnz
and family spl'ntlother's: Mr and Mr E :M I'revatt I Mr" nnd 'I"i' .1' .;n."' .C .>f n..ln''IVIot!: : Join.-d in the
""*"= Hav with Mrs '!l'tha JoncoIM and yn of Stnrke. Mr.. and Knight I'nhl"II'nl'.1"llh' > ) I uMothei's i el-bratlon.! )
gjKT Bo,vl'nn' Green. Mrs Calvin :Rlrhaid and) 1 TTV r.inl'v d|+inn""v| Mr. 1111'1 1 Mrs Ih> '!'I Ed-
?JeI :Mr ond Mri Sam Oarfalo dawhlpl' of> Oca:tl\: end Mr I for her) mnth'! "' siT' C M\ w!>"J,,. Mr (I'1' 1 : ,,,. B. L
of Apopka. anl Mr :nd Mrs ati'l' Mrs., J 'el H Pmlth" an't Nnne' ham IIf .'tp ".vs"nvtilr! : I Wi'kian. ..T"i"; .n-l! Mir
Earnest: Hunter of Foil Lau- I f..m"'v of .ht'k""nvtre si' en' "'\ i's. ToIl .lifM I hi. .I' e' I7 ITf ii''*' Wi1kl"ol1\Ifr: ,'nd Mi s
"''vrdyle' ware vlslllnx Mr and Mothers Derv with ,Ini'lr' parent I ;M'lievhim.( of A ''ni'tan wa I Terry! Wpki' "'"-'n ind three}, ie-
)tic \Ii,. Cli-on-e Saxon on Sunday. I I I -'. Mr and Mrs. J a Ad- I'' HI!"to viooint tin' Jr.m'1,11"0111. ) i I 'iwliwe fjinl'lnsill:> c'' Ji"k-:
If F Cutchen visited: his, gins.uuaaaaaauaaausaau. ?O fhfch-en' ( nnd, "" ind-! 'I'lMien!! riut'p.; | nn I Mi ctrl 1 Mrs! z
'"t'T' Ms: G. C. Elmore and m'ovwl' '! this n'f'lr\ I f'liir'is', Wllkls'in) vi"r>s Sir ax .
,itheirelatives In AshforJ. 1 I Sunday! I'lniii1 uiie1)! ) nf! : ?.1, 't > of Mr. ulIl 1 Mi. B. L
Mn.I: List week and whUe Mr aid :\.i rnl,, ) i'le'.ettWtle WllM'on:
'!linre J attendi'J, a family re- LAWTEY J f:1? : .It' mifaml'v. Airs/ O J Phl'hfl! ,
( "" i iiil'.n I and l'.f' a-i i I :Mi"Trunun n--te 111 '1 Vs. an'l 1 .f Ii I nn 'I1 7.y .
/ Rev and !Mrs Wilbur Hall: II / Njnn.in: !) : Mil! fjenn ShufoiJ .I. Ited t K
vMted the I{. H. Watteison's' Kv KMI.I: II'-incli k4IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAA 3
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Afr nn'1 Mrs E: I.. Drown ., ''i'' .. '4J&' ., ,,,,'N'". .m-m: ;; ,*_
,1111).) c-lillOieu and Mr T. F. WSC3::; inernbers met at tlu utxnK3i>*aiSfSiSi.Keii. x ZXi>l.* *S*am d *ia!!! -"" i iChevelle ....
'1)I'c.vn: visited l\1aI'lneuld: and hone of Mrs. a. W Itutert.1'hutsdtty : 'rt a Maltha. Sport Coupe:- 'ith eight new/ standard/ safety features/ including outside rearview
v i t Matannas Sunduv.i : ::! eveiiKiu, of last: : 4 4 1 4 #Ita mirror and ahattttr-reniutaiU} inside mirror." Always clunk'; bulk warms before pulling out' to J>UM.J .

: ,.... BiulMi-:. ]; F. Uuhlman: week. Following the business "* >"""",
.of r Iluntlnuton Park Calif ar- session, Mrs. Kelly ,icsented?
Ive I We'liK"d.iy to make the piojram: "HerlUfie< an.) The way peopleare
i heir II line' with their daughter HjriiOii:" with other members
I ask each of you to think for yourselvesand and "Jii-ln-l.iw.! aniMe actltlns. The next meetinu! ro snapping up buys on
iu Ifs t
Verdo\ Sailer.: will te on Tuesday: June 7. ,. ;
cast your vote May 24th for- Mand Mrs. Dou/lns Davl-- tlM'KCH' ACT1VIT1F.S new Chevelle V8'sa
in'l sins of Holly: Hill Mr Grace Methodist! Sunday
and| Mrs. L, A. Wiggins, BIT* School 9:45: ; Woishlp! !11 a. m. a Chevrolet dealer's.
:M'S. Kve Menefee of Jacksonville and 8 p. m. ; Prayer Service your .
were super guests o' Monday 9 a. m MYF Wedne.s.
:Mr and :Mr George Wllllamc day H p, m. Ms.: P. I.. Dink- you'd think they're really
Stands For: Saturday night Ins was awarded the special II
We>:ey Griffin and Phyllis Mother's Day bouquet. ,I getting away with something.
Higher Education and :Mrs. Mangle Dirt visited First Baptist! Sundays : t __ _
George Blrt In the School 10 a. m. Worship 11 f
Higher Teacher's Salaries. Hospital; on Saturday and a. m. and 8 1'', m.; Tialnlns ts'y
Higher Pay Scales. were glad: to find him able t to I Union 7, p. m. Midweek services They are. ( I
letin horn" with them, Wednesday 8 p. in. r r
Increased Tourism. Cii'l Brown of T.elmont Homecoming!! will be observeed
Mt' nnd !Mrs., Rub Media! r Sunday, May 15. Dinner 11
Bringing Industry to Florida. of C rlnth. Miss, wt're'JflJting will be served on the ground:!* '

Integrity in everything. thp Kenneth Brown) family at 1 p. m. and singing: In the Good Things Come Out of Books .:-.
ive' the weekend. afternoon Everyone Is welcome .r. I
Fi-l"rls. of Erhva"<1 Insen'ftt'i Savings Dank Books, That Is -
III of New Himp.-hlie Church of God Sunday The getting never teen !letter. (red-stripe tires special flat-
'chool 10 Worship U Some of the best and most t needed things And your Chevrolet dealer's cornering suspension and floor.
a. m : ;
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j i a. m. and 7:30: p. m. YPF gel started! in the panes of a savings giving the May buys that are mounted shift are standard).Just rip
'''E. Ingenlath Jr.C We-Jnesd.iv 7:30,: p m. Pruye': bank bo'k: grow into realities via making it that way. Buys on all drop in, pick out the new ., =,Ig
services! Friday 7:30: n. m.Hluhtencl systematic deposits, speeded by interest. the racy '66 Chevelles, including Chevelle you want with the
:! Baptist Sun-lay Like a new tractor for the farm. Like a the wide choice of Malibumodels power and equipment you want. calvRoLrrcatvntz
I School 10 a. m.. Worship t 11 1 fl with V8's that And with something
new house for the familv. Like a college) I you can order put get away CMEVVCQIVEiUlM
lhw :m\ and! 7:30 Wednesday: p. m. Praverlot'tlnll 7-30: education for children. Like whatever it out up to 275 hp. And SS 396's yourself-a great May buy, no

C LL Chair: Practice Saturday 7:30: ( is that you need or want most. Open an you can order with new Turboless, on America's favorite mid..
4 P. m, account noHead your own successstory jet VS's that put out up to 375 bp size car.

a t PERSONALS' : in the steadily rising; totals, recorded -

'_) TMO"e i3 o I Tio T- 4slfi.n.i Mts' Mis F/Uzahcth! C. E Te'ry SMfk'ind: '!war in your bans: ;hook I GM 1 Move OUt in May See your Chevrolet dealer!

w YQO In Jnesvllle: from Thursday!
OWNED HOME OPERATED _......._. the Chevrolet Way
r to HOME: c. ..
Saturday .--.. ..----..-......----.- -----
Mr. and Mrs. P. L Dtnklnsud
nil of their children for The Community Slate[ Bank
!Mothei's! Day: Mr and! Mrs iiC'
Horace Cox of Waldo. Mr und OFSTAIIII. : CHEVROLET
Mrs! Paul Dlnklns!!, J.' of St ,
e ', Auirnstlne. Mr and: MI'!!, Jim :MEMBER: F. D. I. C. U. S. :{01 NORTH STARKE FLA. 1'IIONE 1-3900; &
e I i Burton of Jacksonville: and
e7IO % I I (" 'tarIn, Dinkins of Starke.
&v The men cooked the dinner
EVERYBODY while the ladles attended l
church.Mr .
Electric and M-s, .Tie T.np
Ira n and:: FJdle:! !spent! Moth ,
er'. n"" veeVend\ v. l 1..11! lie- I
mo'"-,""r. \. "' C'm'1: R.inVe, .
invi "th"r) "reiiilves! and nil at-
j\\ Gift4tri' t Ipn"f'r! hninf-nmln flt Lon
fcrini-n" Biptlit CliurrhMI )
... '
'rs" ; Rjheil" Poole' ,
of Jacksonville spent Snndai
(sbsr'2 1'h Mr. and: Mrs. Jams Rosier !
VI'ttlnw the' Milo Smith I
family' are Mr and t :Mrs Dale ,
.... :Mitchell I of t ...h.n'a.) .
Mrs Vera, Brooklns of Columbus !
E .., Y '" 01 Is visit! Inp her
1 1't on-'n-law' and dais hter. Mr
rN' nd 1 Mrs T V Duck.. on'* :
t\: \ 'imi'v..' F E Iitr'lvns'' vlslt1n" :

and their thoughtful givers i it the fimllv last week :
Mrs .TMinri" .lun"-cln pi'*

: Cft-givingoccnaioncomingupMother; 1>.111 .Bride .frail.! .. f. 1 ".>n. n' Jirksonvtll spent the
I wpf'k'no1'llh her r 'fonl'III'! :
Better Electrically
Birtllday..Anniversary..Hy all means, dive ,
: > sari Mrs 0 J Anders! an'L"i"

: > i It's easy to select electric (fil'ts.! For gracious entertaining. Fur patio l. I I the". rltt'n"p'l 1 l' )Imp, rcnfnq( o. _
cook-outs. For personal grooming For more fun and i leisure No lice, xS ; B-nrh DI'llqt: Church _
.. M-s O. T P"' "">" rt
Electrical modern, beautifully t j!:
appliances are
color, or pattern problems. rMnsfon: ; spent Sunday withher
: designed, und long-lasting. Bigger values! than ever, too. n-ln-nw an:!! ughter l ,

: 3 } like an Mr. and Mr.s.\ R.. E. te
For that really special occasion, }how about a big surprise
Mr.\ an') Mrs n T Bcvfnd I
t1 electric dishwasher! or clothes! dryer, or new flamelfsw range with a I family of Valdosta, Oa. '

}lifetime of LOVE! were! "'"tI..y visitors of Mrs YOUR STATE

: Do a bit of browsing in your favorite store now! ""d:: Durban.Mr and :Mrs..7... D, Clark and Elect SAM TEAGUE SENATOR

:, 'nmllv event Snndnv wlfhel ,
son-tn-'aw and rtiuqtifer. -
NO MATCH I Mr. and! Mrs. James Hall
f L1I4 % 'n Jirksonville.<

: ; i Mr. and! 11rsV.. B fpat.1 He is your kind oj.III
I "''at!kit of Fsveftevllle. N" C ,
t.. "c
.. i :.. i Were weekend visitor of the!'
+ FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY i W. R. Pntrirk\ family Their
h hELPING BUILD FLORIDA I -"'su'rhter' Mrs. K nnv Unzv
Mrs Patrick's broth'r-tn-law
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I and! slater! Mr. and Mrs. M F.

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4TARKK.! !: flORIDA THI'RSUAY.' MAY 12. 1 1966 .

;l' V. T 'Civil Defense Republican Rites WednesdayFor By Engineering FfrmValue '

I" Unit Chosen F Mrs. NelsonIn I -
I Nominees
For Assistance St. William'sMrs.

i Here Saturday of $111,000Set
HIGHLIGHTS Clay County has been chos- \ Mary I.urilie Rj.n

: en as one of five 'counties In Nelson, 1 68.> of Keystone

Florida ,by the U. 3. Civil Defense Till pe prominent Republican Heights, died SurUiu' In a

Emily Thomas Council for assistance by ,, nominees for state office Gainesville hospital utter an
.1 By
the fe..eial gjvernmert on a are slated to speak before a extended lllnesa.Mr.s. .
Phones special research project Inplanning I meeting of the Clay Count Nelson was horn II' on Water Works

and drawing up early : Republican Party group Sat Chicago. Ill on Dec. 13, 1<"07

t Day 473-4666 Nile 473-4589' community shelter plans.: I urjay: rooming at Keystone and had lived in Keys ton'

: V. I Accoiding to Clay County Heights. Heights for ,the past ten years

Alter a brief, but memorableand In WaUham. Mass. Mr. Greets I Civil Defense Director Ray, I Claude R. Kirk Jr gubernatorial coming here from Wilmlns-! / A depreciated value of $111,000 was placed on the -
ten months with rtceived a master's clegiee in Chance the first iamlllailia: nominee; Ellis Rubin ton, Dela. She was a member:
happy candidate for : Keystone Water Works system in a preliminary report whether or not Nelson wits accusing Seth Kennedy to replace those
In ceremonies at tlon contact with the Pl'oJectcttel' attorney general of St. William's Catholic
all ol writer bids engineering
adieu. you The your of business the University of Florida last !:: was held on Jiay' 2. and Joe Vesecho, who is seeking Church, and Its Altar and made by Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Jacksonvillefirm him of iiilsnppiopiiut-:; that had fallen down.
press Inn those Items I -Asked for insurance carrier -
Dai two RESCUE UNIT CALLS the state treasurers! office Rosary Society: executive vice of consulting engineers, at a meeting of the '
month the
has required:! that we make our Ing past 1\'l:13on replied that the Investigation of safety of
home In Orange Parlr. which, weeks!! they have divided:! their Fires again domino' ted the will speak at the 9 a. m. president of the Keystone. Keystone Heights Council Tuesday night. : .
items were not In the municipal beach pavilion for teenage
happily, is near enough to time between Keystone and: emergency wire for the Civil breakfast slated for JJeldler's Heights! Woman's Club, and a The firm had been retained I____________________
building' at the time an dances
Keystone for frequent, visits Sarasota, where his parents Defense Rescue Unit during HolMay RestJU'-ant; member of the QaM n Club. I by the city to make a feasibilIty -
taken him -Authorized Volunteer Fire
Inventory was by
with cur many old and new reside. Mr. OraeU will' be associated Api 11, with two involving Kirk, who outnumbered hi Surviving are her husband study of the proposed; purchase to the Council for further
I self City diem Joy Baker, Department! to hold fire college -
friends. We thank the with the Sanborn' homes and:! five wooas fires Republican opponent ten to Herbert A. Nelson of Kev- of the privately owned dlscushlonthat of resetting
you and Police Chief Wally At city park Friday:
leaders for your kind Division of Hewlett-Packard I which threatened pnpulatec one 'In the primary, l.i an Investment tone: two daughters! Mrs utility from 0 E. Wiggins. water lines on Nightingale'
cooper hofer. and that he MUhl-1 evening, at which time they
ation with us In gathaihig th In Massachusetts. areas. banked in Jacksonville tfaiy Lu Hartmann and Ms: According to the report, Street which were Improperly
retract his report will erect and burn, a building
news for the Keyston pane, Mrs. Paul Bird and son David The unit was called to High and is a founder of the Sussane Marie Szvmansk.1 the cost; of a completely new placed by the contractor who circumstances.Brune Agreed to let Keystone

and we are happy to leportthat have returned to their Springs( on April 5 to assist in American Heritage Life Insurance both of Wilmington, Dela: one system, comparable to the handled:! the paving of that
I said he had not taken Junior Woman's Club hold a
a full cycle has been home in Winter Park after recovery operations 'ollowlng Co.. having served for son Herbert A. Nelson,] Jr I pre Softball In the
under city park
the hooks and. game
a drowning In the Santa Fe five years a.- president. He Memphis, Tenn.: three bl'othI $160,000. Anderson said that dun to the questioning
made, and fine and spending' several days with I
cap declared that the In June 11 provided it did not
I, able former reporter, Miry Mr. Bud and his patents the River. Two lost children were piled up the largest vote 01! I ers Frank and William! J Based on a suggested bond illness of his secretaRy, he "" books had been interfere with construction of

Schaeffer, will again take the John Birds. located arvj: telurned to their any Republican in FlorUa; In Ryan, both of Chicago: Ed l.sue of $100.000 to financethe was not fully prepared to give summons: Constable Richard assigned baseball diamond.

reins In hand beginning next The Buster Alkens returned parents, and! assistance was his unsuccessful bid for the U Ryan Oak Park, Ill.;: thre"isters purchase: the engineer's an opinion on the clt"'s liability to

; week. All calls and 'nqulrlesI Monday from a visit to Naples, given at two auto accIdents S. Senate Heat: of Spessard Mrs. Eleanor Radk repo.-t projected net earnings In the matter, but was Cunningham.' He then directed Authorized a delayed expenditure -

should .be directed to her at where they visited Keystone,, Holland la l 1964. and Mrs. Ellene O'Rle'lv.! '! both of $9,045, per year Iroin the pressed for some declarationby a\ question to Mrs. Baker about of $350 to the Key-

4734127. We a-sk that the E. P. Menzens in their : Rubin a Miami attoiney. Is of Chicago, and Mrs. :Margaret system basd on estimated! water works owner Winging the wnerenbouts of the JuvenIle stone Library for application

i give I }her the splendtj assistance you home there taking In a lodge j i PERCE a former special assistant attorney Maher. New Orleans La., and operating expenses of $6.000 who said that on the. records, to which had been she replied 10-- to purcha.se of air conditioning -
convention general ol Florida and 14 arandchlldren. annurJly basis of the rematl.s made that they system payable. on or before -
I which we have received and golf during
and the Keystone Image will their stay. member of the Crime C mmbmls. The Rosary was recited at Questions were mlsed by by the Council at the last' ated In the city hall November 1.
ion of Oi eater Miami He 7:30 the Council regulai meeting, he had already Council ActionIn -Set up a special committee -
continue to grow.and grow, Back from a Bahama trip : I p. m. Tuesday at the De- concerning! the (
r HERE 'N THERE ate the Billy Smith: who was the first Florida official Witt C. Jones Funeral Chapel possible variance of managerial ordered pipe for the other business tie: council meeting Monday evening

spent live days with our tropical to: recommend a course for 'n Keystone Helgtits.( Funeral] expense for the utility, Job. Wigging' win told that : to deal with city insurance
Mr and MisjjBrwst;, F. J. hIgh school students called the Authorize Councilman needs' and, renewlo.
neighbors to the east. Mass was held at 10 a, m and the members were told Council had not obligated'
Oiaetz, daughter and son-tn- Mayor and Mrs. Al Nelson By Scottie Thonia 'Americanism vs. CommunIsm Wednesday: in St. WIIMam's that the lIysf.tomIould not Itself at the past meeting LnRu to check with the Federal -Took no action on a request -

law of Mr.and Mrs. H. A. have returned home from an and was cltoj as one of Church with Father Edward require the attention of an that the attorney was merely Aviation\ Agency concern- for a permit for a teen.

Sprow of Br oklyn Bay; .left extended tour of Texas and If :you have a child who is the outstanding young men In Kirby officiating Interment engineer: rather that an operating equested: to look !Into> the InK obtaining/ a surplus metal i age center at Henderson's

Monday to 1 make their home neighboring states, visiting! entering first giade this year, the U. S. In 1B54 by the Junior followed In the Keystone man would more fully matter and report at the next inntor for the alrpoit. as the Coiner until further study

friends and relatives at var- please get the necessary forms Chamber of Commerce. Heights Cemetery supply the needs at a salary meeting I May]3. piisetit' hangar of "wuod con- 'I coulj be made.

i bus points. flllej out and returned! to State treasurer candidate The family requested that of approximately $5 000 per After considerable discussion} ; I truction, i Is In dilapidated -Heard a complaint from

'i The school. This does Include a Veset-ho It from Cocoa, and 'In lieu of flowers contributions year, with other incidental concerning a payment by the ondltoln. J. H. McEuchern concerning
Louis Kyles just
This man health form to be signed by was unopposed in the primary. be made to the Cancer expenses making a total of city of $750 to the contractor -Oave Councilman I vandalism of a building own-
returned from ieisuiely trip
I your family doctor It is aLso The public Is Invited to the Society, aroirnJ $0.000 annual cost of for moving water lines paid eiun permission to check Red'i ed by him on Keystone Lake
:over the state beginning witha
necessary to bring tile birthceitlllcate meeting! and ample space 1 Is operation n 10C4. it was determined to purchase of two t Saturday! evening."I .
can help! stop In Orlando for a visit for verification of being arranged! for all persons It was finally determined that the State Road Department li'poi''t to be Installed by lessee
with Louis' brother and famIly Community Church Women
birth date. attending to hear the candi and the contixctor
that the council would
,' where they were picked up will be wid ut 12:. noun on study
The Junior class Is busy dates. No reservations are would be contacted to deter-
ippoit further and
by their niece and nephew Monday Muy IB, with Mrs. prepare
you making( preparations fur the necessary. I questions to be posed to the mine the circumstances surrounding 1 want to gratefully thank till the hundreds of
from orth Palm Beach who Nettle totlUJiberiy: and Mrs. H.
I Junior-Senior Prom to be held the Improper! removal -
for complete protection took them home for a -visit. C. Gaunt in charlie New officers firm nl a later meeting. voters who supported meo in my first try for political -
you Saturday May 21, in the KHS Another matter Involvingthe !, and ''that the city attorney
n..d inturancB that U adoptable Other stops were made: at I and appointive chairmen I
gym Invitations to this major publication of the school's sixth vould make the final decisionon
to changing protection, Fort' Worth on the East CoAst 1..dU be aiinounceu at this witer system was brought office in my race for County Commissioner of
event were extended to the annual. Jim Thies, editor- the city's llablll'v In the I
n..d>. That'* what you a tIn and Ft. Myers In southwest meeting and memoeis will bounsigned
every Gulf IH. policy with Florida where they: visited faculty last week In-chief of the annual, dedicated to elides lor nextyear. damave suffered by t the. utility I District!' Two. I shall maintain my interest In the
Adapt-A-Plan. for example Summer school: classes! will it to Mr. Bonnie Jones company. I
a mortgage policy can b* friends who lived in th'elr for be held for junior-senior! high the fourth grade teacher at Following Uw .oint business OES Conducts Brune Asks Clarification I affairs! of Clay County and shall be back in four
adapted' to provide retirementIncome. mer hometown of Syracuse meeting, elide. leaueis
: Aik thlt friendly Gulf N. Y. and who were wintering students at Clay High School KHS for her ninny tireless] will meet their new membeia Brief MeetingThe Former Keystone:! police' asking for vote again."
Lif. Representative' about Itl this year. Students needing to hours of effort for the past chief Casper Brune appearedat I years your
In Florlria.) Another visit wa. lot a shout organizational:
made with former Kevstoners, make up ci edits are encour- 11 1 years. She was also being meeting. regular meeting of the Tuesday meeting' to I
aged to !get It taken care of honored because "shs has East em Star Chapter 279 on demand that Al
Mayor Nelson
the Ray Olsons, who now Men's Club-It appears that .
make their home In yrasoU: now Classes are also open to i I taught her pupils the meaning lobe men or the church and May 3 was probably the clarify his recent statementto HAROLD E. HAGLUND
those seeking extra cre it. of learning and concentration shortest record. Since this
on the
'1 and who plan a trip back to community pitifar to enjoy effect that an inventory
Classes! will start Juno 13 and and has Inspired the pupil to was election night, businesswas of tho
Keystone chortly.. A final stop dinner wt.h, (Uelr wives. \and city records showed
In Clermont was made on the continue until July :23. Bus 'do his very best,", lamUles.. So. at the last Men's held to a minimum and :, summons book and juvenile ( Pd. Pol, Adv.)

return leg of their oleasant arrangements and time will be Oroup 8 Chus C track meet I, Club dinner/ It was decided not even the refreshments records missing. He masked
announced later. Elementary was held In Oalnexvllle lost i served downstairs could hold
Journey that> the group would sponsor);
I II students will also have an opportunity Filday. Participants were 1 the riowd long. By 9:30: the
Mrs. Day Livingston Sr., of a monthly family Nli.ht; cov-
to get work in reading Keystone, 'Melroe! and.! New- hall was deseited.
: eied dlvli and the
Mandarin spent Mother's Day supper new
arithmetic and English. third The next meeting will b
berry. Keystone Executive Buaid, with themen'
weekend'with her son, Oay,
I Transportation will not be helj May 17 when mothers of
Fourteen members earned a :
help, will hold their
Jr. and his family in Keystone
I provit'ed for elementary students In Stefan the chapter will be honored
r --' ...... INVITATION place the Mate meet first eupper at 0.30: un ;Aiay I
flirt lLbY Kr.u ...<\.tj:. tr. Friends of Mr. and Mrs Ilrokas, who placed first and members back from the I
473-4340' We are pleased to announce will 23.Mrs. Grand Chapter will give their ELECT
Phone In ths: discus throw, represent A. C. Holt entl'rtalnedmembel's
II Arthur A. Bralneri: are cordially ,
Box 685 that our local music group Keystone 1It t date reports.
invited to attend a re- of the outgoing CII'cle
Keystone! Heights. Flo. the 4-D's consisting' of TerryKing aloivi with Mlk) ? VhlldejuliDonaU
Executive Board
I (Continued On Page 10)) I Jimmy Wildt' Danny I Bell, Donald Baker an
outdoor[ luncheon on May 4 ut friend and relatives in the
Hinck, and Van Ellis will be anti_____ Blllv_n._ Wolfe. Hn for n,, snrlna_,_ ____ I her Lake Geneva home. She : Elbert D. Sounders
opening up the Friday nlpht
medley : Mike Murrhee, John area.The
was assisted In entertaining by : Rebeccas Circle will
dances at the beach. The first
and Rod
McOnith Jeff Batts.
Mrs Ruby Stripling, Mia. Lu meet at 8 p. m on May 10 YOUR
dance Li scheduled:! for June
Hutchison In the 8HO relay I _
; To The Voters 3rd. We wish you "lots 0' Johnny Danny Hlnck: Jaunt, and Mis. Otha Oiclick with :Mrs, George LaRue, with I
frV ., hick" fellows Moon. Members "were pleased(! to haveas Mrs J. E. Bonner( as co-hos-I

: '\ 1 Of Clay County Oracles one, two and ntandard three ;Mike mile Hesttett relay,: Glenn Mickey Mooney-Brokasfor of a DunedIn.guest Mrs wIn: Jjlm was visiting Kantes: IContinued On Next Page] COUNTY COMMISSIONER

are taking the ham in the mile run. To be
I achievement tests this week eligible] ] for state all participants -.. '

From these results the teach- have first TO THE
Many ManyTHANKS 'I must plareti: I CITIZENSOf
era will be able to we the second or third

: strong' points: and weak points We have misses the wlnnlnu Keystone Heights, Kinsley!!' Lake, Helmore, 'V "My ONLY reason -

V. of tha classes! mlle of our student councl' and McKae:

!May 4 maiked an pventfu nr(' ldent. June McMuitry. and! '
day for the students of KHS hope that she win bs with uc Thank your for your consideration.If \\L: for entering

The causing"1966 much Indian"excitement arrived.to soon.recovery'We wi from'h Jane her a car speedy.acci- you require: the services of this office, ..;1. i4;; this race is to represent

Words* are inadequate to express my appreciation the eager student body. After dent. .. '

for the splendid support !given to me in the many hours of long' hard Honors are still coming to'' please: call : > ,p } :; ALL the

3. I especially proudof work, the '66 Annual .ctaff wa I
First Primary on May am our students. On Friday, May I .
Constable 4th "
District '
the overwhelming majority received in my rewar'ed by the prals" received 0, the New Spring Sin, ers 'and I people for theBETTERMENT
home precinct of Keystone Heights. from the student body on 4 '1tMt '.,..
their manager: went to Stephen RAY CHANCE '
I Foster Memorial to slims.
Inspired by your confidence and good will, I feel In the Floilda Folk Festival' I ,: (l : \' ___
Keystone' Height 47.1-: S51 P. O. Box 131: V '
sure that we will go on to victory on May 24.& I They entertained the audience of Clay County as

assure you that, if elected, I will be ever mindfulof Drive-In TheatreFri. with u medley of folk songs (Pd. Pol. Adv.) ,1'I

the encouragement and support that you have then with one of their favorites .' I a whole."

given me and will work untiringly for the betterment ., Sat.-:May 13, 14 "Slienandouh" It was a jfj4)/

of our school system in Clay County. very enjoyable day: except for ,
rain. Suzanne: Nelson and j jI
A Very Special Carol Warren stayej:I for the I WISH TO THANK

R. T. (DICK) LOVORNFor Favor weekend but; the rest of the I AM DEDICATED TO THE ORDERLY
returned. Suzanne
I ( The Voters of Clay County
Carol. report there were many
School Board District 3
Rock Hudson Leslie enjoyable aspects of :
-, Besides ,
Caron Charles mcn
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Carol the gioup Is comprised' for the confidence you have expressed! In the WHICH WE WILL ALL BE PROUDTO

i of l.lnda Anthony, Delores administration of our school affairs by your sup

I Murrhee. Brenda Wilkinson Fox port and decisive vote for me in the recent School LIVE.
Norma VaUdeJull, Jackie\

THANK YOU and manager KathY McOlave. Board election. BY PROMOTING INDUSTRY, ROAD

On Monday, May 9, a political -

: rally was held by the IMPROVEMENTS, MORE RECREAT--
I running of Student I am grateful for this opportunity to serve you
I am deeply humble and grateful to you, the Citizens of students filled IONAL AREAS IN SUBDIVISIONS AND
Council offices. It was! four more years, and promise that all my decisions ,

Clay County for my first primary victory on May 3rd. with enthusiasm all of th one* excitement encounters and on on school' policy in the future, as in the past ACTIVELY WORKING MYSELF ON

the adult level. Voting took will be made with the best! interest of our childrenat OTHER PROJECTS OUR COUNTY
I consider the confidence have so loyally placed in ,
you place Tuesday Voting booths heart. My only interest in holding this office has

I will continue work were set> up in the conferenceroom WILL GROW.
me my greatest responsibility. to and I it was carried out in been the betterment of our school system.

for progress of all of Clay County. I the nearly fashion as of possible.public electionsas Resultsof I Ii These Are The Things I Shall Work

the election will be announced i Again my heartfelt thanks to you who share this
I 1 have enjoyed serving on the Board of County Commissioners next week. interest! with me.ROBERT. For III May Have Your Vote and

of Clay County from District No. 4 for the past I Support On May 24th.

J 12 years and am looking forward to serving you the next : NEWS NOTESBy I M. PATERSONMember ( Paid. Political Advertising)

, four years. Helen ElM I I : Board of Public Instruction District One



(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I The annual All-Circle covered I
dish luncheon of the I Iwt

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Davlo Nelson. 4734,1111.1I0ltElIAKERS Luncheon and golf Final their parents for visit In ' API-I(' srioN tlon nn.l.' f'.rHml rinil, .1 IIH' I mi 1'11"''. "/LH"d.
a Wednesday and due to complications horticulture program.Tho ISO I It R OP1 IiY ", I illill.' ; 'iii Aptll 2Rlh. 1 1I'hii II Ii..,',
KEYSTONE CL'UOMrs. day 01 Chrisboffers second Orlando, while Lance and Lu- the baby passed Flower Show Is the KOII TAX" III.lull': "I."t., ,lila i I... .in I I Hii..i.iul- i. 'ri.'ri.n. I I .1 i I I'' '

Margaret R. Nelson round match Country Club. cy ale staying with their away on that same date. At crowning achievement of the "..>. l.l'''. ..'. H.NOT1CR ,\ 'Ilt. ii.' I'''."''i ii'* .1.111",'- .1'.' I'LiAIIA ,I" I"d., .
HILITESFrom Extension Home Economics Saturday May 21 Simcier- grandparents in Palatka.Mr. latest report however MisKlikraan prison inmates, In the horticulture :: HKIIKHV' : ((1IVBN. Civil, i ',"""Iv. KI'.rMii, f"i, ii 11"1-1| |) THOMAS) A .I 1'11:1'. .:I II'U'IS : I
fI",1, l Ht"l'., "" 'IS",' :: : Non h I'iiii'i I.
Agent for Clay County an- land wedding. 2 Community that U L.. n. It'n (ho) Imlilorof Vlll I .r HHl.l
m -
p. and Mrs. Earl M. Voylc satis- anti attractshundreds ., ..
is progressing! program .., f .iltMirlliuii'Hi, """'1 glut: Uu. 1..1..1'1.i la
the fultuwlntt tortllKuUHhus ?? "r > f"1
nounced Family Fun Night on Church. Olden( travekd to Greensboro( N. C factorily and her two young! of visitors 'to the filed Hair! Clu'Ufk..teB I fur a final I illi<'I"ar.L". K'outrlx; ] I ,

( Preceding Pagel Saturday May 14. at 6 p. m. Wedding Anniversary Reception -. to attend the funeral of their daughters, Leslie and Jodie prison annually. ins deed to L lJu l i.u.d tliur"n. the will of Fred l F Plum' '' .h.-

in the Charles Bennett School ot Arthur A. Bralnerds, do.u hler's baby last Friday are being VERY well cared Tho certlfkiite, inimbem a rid

ception honoring their 50th. Green Cove Springs.: A covered 3-5 p. m. Home of Roy Bridges. Mis John KUkman's two for here at their grandparents Book Sale yiiars of of the l 8lmnc-e proimrty, thti, and description tin- TRAVEL AGENCY

wedding anniversary on May dish supper will be served and daughters accompanied their beautiful lake home. Nerd I OiLmeN In whli-h It w.." uH""&.sM'ilur and Re el'vaUon8 on S. S. IlnlUleRtl,
I Information
21, from 3 to 5 p. m at tlu each of the eight clubs of the grandparents home for a few nay the Voyles are th'JiouRhly; At 'rollownOrtlClcute : For Full
home of Mr and Mrs. Roy county will present i 1\ skit 01'a .. days. enjoying this extended visit Will Begin No. UYttur CRUSES AIRLJNKS: -HOTELS

Bridges of Lake Geneva The I. variety act. The KeystoneClub : Mrs Carl Ber'
Bildges home is locatrd at the will do( a Hillbilly act MELROSEBy guests for two or thi po weeks I: had the pleasure of doln May 25th SSUO-A BcK 35B.4' I S:! of .V\V COI
100 and featuring a charter members, of NU14! c of 8VV, S. :;..7H I IJilag
intersection or Hwy- Mrs GeorgeCraro
me Judge and a bit of "Minnie pprul"; fol'the i''. 'O&i4eat 4O&im4
Mrs. Ida I 30" u! ulunif 11 IM J277' -
the paved road which circles Gentry.On Sally RothhammcrAAA.AA ; of Duluth. Minn program! at thp MCalnMlller Mrs Nale fyal, chairman N 157'. NVMy ::271 ti" "'"H I
the back of Lake Geneva on Monday. May 16, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pancoast Navy Mother's Club Installation of Friends of the Library announced OR 23.99, See' 18 TIIH.; -13: j I

the right side of the paved Gene Buffington will entertain A A A. A*. -+-A ..,,4.4PRO3I spent the weekend; with their in Gainesville last today that Mrs. Bert Name.. In which u"M"8.d| .Mm I II4.ni It II 60-1 laurie St. 836-6:17: Trui p|, me

road. The Keystone Height!*. the club members at a son-in-law and (I\ugtel'! Mr Friday night T. C., Jan andT McMalnes would serve again All of mild 1 priips-ly )lilnit. I In,, '

Woman's Club is cateilng the covered dish luncheon and : NIGHT and Mrs. Vie Frees of Starke were guests while Jack's this year as Book Sale chair- I tint Cuuiity of lirail to,i'd, Htiiti.

reception.. chicken cookout. This will be The Melrose High School Mr. and MIs. Huel Hollo- mother, Mrs. Eunice Miler! was of lilurldiiUnloiHi .
NEWS IN UNIFORM the last meeting until September this: weekend man.The sale will be held in the ucIi, "prtlfn" iitt* I IT < tillfkiltes I II
Junior-Senior way guests 'nstalled as judge:! advocate ,
Prom took placeon I & Hlmll) bo 'M'll.im.il' n 'Pete' GIBSONSenator
Gary Hyn/ds/ grandson of an "Isle of Golden earns" I were Mr and Mrs. George The tiub Is very dear to our Charley Johns bulld'ng! on S. cording to law the. i>''i"p, ,,rM, L. P.

the Louis Kyles1 has returnedto FELLOWSHIP CLUB April 30 at the Holiday Ian in Lund of Sara-sola. hearts as it Is partially named Walnut Street starting May d...crll".l III ailrli LLM,"; lll" '> ilulll ">
the states following duty in The Keystone Social Fellowship Charles L I 25 and will run through; May .IIP. mild. to th<> lilitl"' '"I hid
Gainesville. Special Mr. and Mrs. for Jack's brothei. Buddy; MllVr , 'v
guests dpi' Ut II" ftMllt" !iiii4' 111' ii"! II>l
Viet Nam He Is presently stationed Club is grateful to the were Mr. and Mrs. William Benjamin and son oj Glenn who lost his life In Word! 28. Volunteers are needed to the fii Mt Monilny in Mi.ntli' <"..1 for the Sixth /

at New Bern. N. C., and chefs and food committee for Odom. from: the superintend Shaw Pa. visited! their grandmother :!- War II. They are alwuvs look- help during the four days of I .1 un.., I 1911ft which ,m his lit h dfoof I -.. \

will make a visit to Keystone the bountiful hamburger cookout ( ent's Mrs. L. W. N'Ptus Ing for interested new members the sale. Anyone who( can givean I .1 I line I lilllHI .
oifice Mr.
and Mrs. Oilbert I Is lull, HUB 2nd, 'Iliy nt .Mu).
prior to enrolling in junior enjoyed by 37 members and Howaid Morris hour or two during any of
lieed, Lt. Col! (Ret..] aru: Mr. Mrs. ( give joining somethought ( 1906. FORt-
college in California. and:! guests on April 29 at Mrs. E R. Simmons. Rev. and family had as guests on ; they have many the days please call 964-6221. C'HAKLJX!! A. DAI'.HV '
TEEING OFFTwentyone fold HPf d Park r.n11.. rlnb is Mothers Day their sonsinlawand worthwhile: protects and All books donated will be Clfllt. of ('lliull (',.nil I I "I.fUrlldt,1
Mrs. James Fink, Gifford ParSons i (' ', FlorlUu. Sensible
the former 011111))
AARP Chapter, checked and If not duplicatedIn
players attended Principal and his wife daughters. Mr. and: Mrs. use mother, title'-. wife 01' GIG 4t S/il)
the women's !golf meet consisting of men and women the MHS faculty and Seniors. Donald Cheesemsn of Jack- sweetheart of any pat preen'or the Starke Library will be

last Thursday which saw Mrs of retirement age. Julius Hanson Kenneth Guthrie sonville and Mr. and Mrs. David future Navy man. This club processed and used here. The IS 'I UK l'Oc.'f" .n 1./o'M Reapportionment
'. cur able chef is vice acted as others will be Hold! and the ('Olltr! IN IM> I-OII Illl '/)-
Whitney Wyman place first Hinnant of Mlddleburg. Is confined to Gainesville
masterofceremonies. .' .
and lORIS FI.OIt/I"
01 10'1"
low net with a 35: ?\1rs. Art president and was assisted by James Wise the Junior Mr. Ed Allen and Mrs. Gano bounds. b'ltr: you can not proceeds used for the chil- In ra: nmntu of
Mr Han"! nrH Mr ">nd ivf.. gave iienb section of the library. .,.., Paid Political Adv. by Campaign Treas.
Ketch second with 36; airJ welcome., after which Miss attended? the Adult Conferenceat travel that: far for meetings lam H.l IUt'h.I I He. cil :
Mrs. Marshall Gallop. Mrs. Axel Malmgren. The food Camp Weed. they are interested In helplnp I Mrs. Jay Alderman is chairman NO'1'1C'IS: <>!.' PliOlltIK' I'
committee Becky Mathews gave the Sen- I I TO ALl. i'un iva:: 1 iN'rJelcti'fl'-: :
co-chaiimaned for the District
Alex Brokas and Mrs. Gay was I ior lesponie Each Senior was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wil- you fret: a club going in your Hampton ED I IN TUT I : KMTVIIJ It P _
Livingston in a three-way tie by Mrs. Ethel Weyman and liams weekend guests were area. also Priest's Service Station SAID DHOMJBINT:; a '_ .
presented !
Mrs. Nettle Smith assisted by I with a remtmbrance Is the receiving station for You are hereby nntlfi-d! thaI ..
for third with 38s. Dosscrt of Melrose their son. Jerald Williams and Guess I must go turn up the
:Mrs.. };gan. : High by Linda the Lawtey area and for pick I a wiltton I ln-*ti"uinunt imrpoftIDK '
and coffee were served during family of Starke. heat and hunt the winter
Hubner and Ginny Simmons. to be tin 11'1 will! and
"' < service in the, Starke
""> "0 area
or itie 'len1
the business meeting held at Dawn and the Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- clothes again-we SURE had? tfiHtanipnt nf nald tic,'.idi" nt hun
with the picnic-party that Daybreaks from hammer's short ? rail 964-0221 or bring the been admit u>,d to Prolat.In,
the clubhouse. Jacksonville weekend guests were a /: summer--did'i't we ?
th-y asked lor more in the furnished the books ,to the library. thin court You ale he".II MEMORY I.ANEKeystoners Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Eaiterllng So long foi now' br-r-r
future. The music to dance by for the muniUdtlhln nix i taliul'iimontliM I aI' .
were deeply saddened membership will I evening. of Eau Gallte, Mr. and Mrs floni. the "fltu of th Thank .
to learn of the death of decide: what to arrange for at WOMAN'S CLUB Larry Thompson of Orlando. Flower Show Ray Goldwire firm :publlLHtlun\ ,r" :thin:,; ,lI'fl, : I
the covered dish luncheon to appear :In thiS LOUI iixlHhow \
one of our beloved citizens, Ella Jane Wesley of Orlando IxPRESs\ON
Tho Melrose Woman's Club Promoted ByOwensIllinois ('I1I1H.. If an'iu .1'in. uithe yOUR
meeting fOR
on May 12 at 12:30.Calendar .
Mrs.\ Herbert Nelson, on Sun- : Mr and Mrs. C. R. Wesley .
met May 4 for their last meeting At Prison nrtlnn of thisnun In "ill CONfiDENCE
day. Lu took an active part in Ml1Mancv Wesley. ChesterWp mlttlnx Raid will I "p.i..l..i, ..,I. i iHhoiild '. OF
until next fall. A delicious TREASURER'S
l lint, ntitnd. U."i.i's."K i'd... STATE :
the all of
Keystone Woman's Club. luncheon served the v ani Nancy Bars YOUR
St. William's Church. and was was by OaljicovlllP Thev surprised This WeekendThe Ray Goldwlre. Ron of Mr. .pill 28, 1 I'.lliOTllliHOS. ,: OffiCE AND THE '
hostesses. Mrs '. '
Sashoff Mrs. / :: A % \\\ .\ ytiORYi
a tireless civic worker in the oarThursday Robinson, and Mrs. Dent. Glvnn pnd Sally with a combined ind Mrs. Gilbert Goldwlre of ConnlluilK, .., I '. OVERWHELMING
community. All will miss her There was a short( business birthday party. E'Jurntion Department .Starke has been appointed Flrnt. \piibllcfitloti un :,ith dl,." : i :. GAVE ME IN
for much time to come. May 12 -Qualifying !- Duplicate Winners: 1st of the Florida State Prison personnel director of the Ow of May A. 1>. IDbflTHOMAS I "YOU PRIMARY
meeting featuring of 3rd
reports & J'lit..bAttirneyC !:: MAY
ON THE MEND for Bert Chrlstoflers: Sr. the retiring officers. rlarf, Mrs. Fmery Cooper. and f ; cordially Invites' the public to ens-Illinois' Forest ProductsDivision's nl Law.. .. THE

Keystone Homecoming QUE'enand golf tournament. Keystone Mrs. Allen W. Graham of Mrs. R. P. Vo*h. 2nJ place i attend, the 6th Annual FlowerShow Big: Island Virginia 5/5 4t 5/26

honor student, Miss Jane Country Club. Keystone Winter Pork Installed the following Mrs F. S. Hubbard nnd Mrs presented by the Or- container-board! mill.

MeMurtry, and Cliff Chapman. Boo.ttsrs: Club. 7:30:: p. '11. Key- officers' for Paul Jo-hnson. 3rd place. Mrs. namental Horticultural Sec Mr. CiOldwira formerly served ..... \n,1, '
t-vo year In f.otinlv I .linlic *'N I .1. I In
director -
both of whom were Injured In stone School Cafetorlum. terms; President. Mrs. O W. Frances Pyle and Miss BesriePutherford tion of the school starting. : o-s personnel and safety K. ..r IlriiI..... (.oiinly", h'li.rlilil..

an auto accident Saturday are Saturday. May 14 Clay Pyle: First 4th place.) :Mrs. B Thursday. May 19. of Owens-Illinois' cf the In I'e'' l3ntHtP t"P Kii' -r l K i 1' iliin" .

recuperating: nicely from their County Republican Party Mrs. A J. Withei Vice P-esldent, ".. Mien prd Mrs J. P Foster Featuring the theme "The Bahamas Ltd., which he join- ilecounedNOT1CI3: \\
injuries and are resting at breakfast. 9 a. m, Beidler'sUo1Ia3 spoon; Second The Woman's Club will hold World of Orchids," I his show Hi i in liMit ns an accountant.In O .' I.J"1.1:>'i CI I I liriTU: BrnW8TAT11I
Vice President Mrs: Earn. t lt 8.1: he moved to the Bigtslnd t'olt l KI\Ar" :: < l)1S''lI.'iiIiI'I :' ''. 01
home. We are all thinkful i Re tallral1t. Speakers: est H. Btirtlett, Recording 'I B.ik Sate at the Post Officpfh's will be held In the CommunityClub I Xt ('I'TBIX
that these two Claude Kirk Ellis Saturday., House, across ,the high. / mill em assistant person-I _
fine Rubin and
young per- Secretary Mrs. L. J. Robinson :Notice In hen-In I; I'n 'hit t I
nel director and in
sons escaped more serious in- Joe Vesecho. Public invited. E. C. W. members! met at way from the main prIson. have filed niv flmil i I'-inrnM 1.. ntexeilitrtx p.___
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs fhp hi-me of during: the following hours: came personnel and! safety director i>f the i -ti"" i of Kr iK .-
Monday. May 16-Final diyof Mrs. Avone Elliot'' -
R. W. Becker: Treasurer, Mrs. of the installation there. I Kliinis. '1..e.'l, I ilnii I ha .
Jury.NEWS Christoffers first round John J Brennan. '01' a social and business Thursday, May 19 12 noor Mr. Goldwire la a business filed m" iiotlllon r.ll8t'lbn. ,
NOTES match. Country Club.Clay 'nee ting."W to 0 pmFriday,
Mrs. Graham
was presentedwith administration graduate of the
County Better Schools Com- May 20. 9 am. to
an orchid corsage and a .T. University cf Florida.
[From Preceding Pagel mlttee.8 p. m.. School Board TTVTTVTTVVTVVVVTS D p.m.
; gift from the club. The letlr-
meeting loom" Green Cove Saturday. M.iy. 21,9 a.m KEYSTONE HEIG ITS-MELROSE
Ing president, Mrs. E. D
tess Nightingales will meet at Springs. to 12 noon.
necker. and the new! president
7:45: with, a covered dish sup- Tuesday. ''May 17 Keystone Stanley Crawford horticul.ture .
Mrs. O. W. Pyle
per it 6:30: at the home of Womin Golfers at Green Cove instructor at the prison MW WHO TRIES
Mrs. E. A. Rushton. A three- Springs. given pink iosebu.1: corsages (Lake Santa Fe) will be on Channel 12 TV's TO DOWN illS TROUBLESIN : BUSINESS DIRECTORY

day conference of United Thursday. May 19State Mrs.with Longnecker '"all l presented ; Mrs. Sara F. Miller' Sr.I' "Hi "''Neighbor" program on DRINK lINT THVT liE .

Church Women will ho heir* Prison Flower Show. Ralford apastpresients- pin Thursday May 10, from 6-41': ) IUS ONlY: IKKIOATEOTHEM.

May 17. 18 and 19 at Vero through Saturday] AdmJs- Mr. and Mrs. J. H MCfluires "TYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTWcl I to 7 a.m., and will discuss the I : ." II. K.: Zimmermanin -

Beach. Anyone Interested in r slon free.FInal meet Worn- son. Tioy of Ft. Ben- !!. the dust f Is well settle flower show and the prison I'niirn-Signal.. APPLIANCES MELROSE HOME: REPAIR
I nlng. la home for a few days _
attending may contact Mrs. en's Golf-A-Round. Ocala.I out this way for awhile] -how I I I
I He will be stationed at Ft. about over your way? We han FEDDER'S Auto Service Carpentry Service

---- Jackson S. C. when his leave had
enough rain to clo us foi Masonry Service
up quite a spell! The roads out I Ithl.'I Richard Jfl'flCN Prop. Cabinets A Specialty
Mr. and Mrs. B. and ,
I Kelly way are so :deplorable Former Owner J. L. Motors
I I daughters. spent Sunday at tight now that it makes! one LOCATED IN STARKE INDUSTRIAL PARK YEAR: 'ROUNDCOMFORT Macclenny CALL:

Silver Springs. sit up. read and study over KEYSTONE
Sunday guests of Mr. and these politics even harder than State Road 100-A General Repairs

I Mrs. J. L. Price were Mr. and I ever. CONTACT New & Used Parts Home Repair

:Mrs. John Ross. Mr. and Mrs. I Mr and Mrs Herbeit Miles Standard Oil Products & Improvement Sen ice

C. P. Perry and Mr. and Mrs. and children had guests over vie Quality Concrete REDFEARN'S Rt. 21-South of
I Wm. D. Isenhower of Me. Irate I the vast' weekend Joann's sl.'I-1 Keystone, Heichts. Fla.
and Mr. anSi Mrs Ernest Perry ter. Mr and Mrs. John O'Neal ** Courteous Service
APPLIANCESFor Phone 475-2111; 1
of St. Prter! came down
A General Contractor !SpacIaliing ., -
Eddie Rothhammpr. and and:! spent some time with Efficient Equipment
In the SMMX:
John Chamblee Free Estimates
spent Sunday them While
talking with Jo- Hanks Jobs. for the Convenlenie
night with Tommy Jenkins: ann, she told me also that recently Fast Delivery Keystone Heights Used Cars of the Homeowner.
while his
parents. Mr. and she had been up to
Mrs. Jack Jenkins visited another Atlanta, Ga for a weekend 473-1252: BIG CASH DISCOUNT Serving Clay and

son. Jack: Edward Jenkins away from her studies. PHONE 961-5551: : Bradford Counties

I and family in Jackson- We had a glimpse of Jeanne T E H1: S

ville.Mr. and Mrs. R. I Evans and Harold over at Johnson their cottage of Gainesville on I Contractor's Bids Appreciated T V Service Center BUY SELL TKADF NURSERY

have arrived home after atwo Sunday. They spent a relaxing i. R. TII1ES.:!' Proprietor Rt. 1 Box 00Hvty. O.C.Carnes Nursery

eek visit in North Mis- [(73] day cleaning up their .. I I Authorized Motorola Phllco Hiwav 100. Florahome--23

sissippi. Mrs. J. L. Tindall of grounds' and cottarre They --- -- Sales and Service 100 It111<*t S. Stark Miles SR of Stark

It Was Like This, Judge! Houston Miss. accompaniedthem came also to do some fishing, I Service! On All Make. Nursery Stock Thou,-
home for and of Plants .Oc Fruit
an cxtendel:! but I rather think
The reason I was speeding was .. I visit. did them It nearly I mrmJJ'CDlBrmYOU TV RABID STEREO WE HAVE GOOD Trees to chooM from. N1c

had to get to one bank to make a deposit Mr and Mrs C. P Foster's enoiuh At least they had COLOR: TV Shade Tre.... SJvergrre! niiA
water to do some fi.-h- Work. Used Cars and Trucks
Guaranteed TV
in my savings/ account, then to anotherto son. WOC Mlkell Wayne, of Ing In-but a most disgusting I BUY A NEW OR USED CAR Keystone heights- ..7346151I Rentals : Landscape Plant, All W

see about a loan, then still another to Ft. Walton Texas. Just finished exhibition of weather when a At Saving Prl..esWe'll container* plant any"time.
Camellia A azulena
put some money in my checking' account Helicopter Flight SchoolHe couple can only spend so Let do
I ua bo.ndlcapinf.
. and all on my lunch hour! Now I'm is now soloing He will much time out here. I'd say. Auto Sales & Service Get It For You Phone you 6M-M83
going' to do ALL my banking in ONE ,tart Advance Flight,; In June Mrs. Jo Strnndbeiq; reports FIND! OUT I If We Don't line It
nt Ft.
Mrs. Foster'sbrotherinlas that she
full-service a wonderful PACKAGE STORE
won't be
so seeingme Vernon
you and 'f\\lster! Col. "Happy Mother's Day" on Authorized Dealer For Buff Garage

any moresKEYSTONE! i and Mrs. Joseph MorDentey of Sunday If guests are Chrysler Plymouth Valient THE BLUE PINES
Ft. Bragg N. C. are the proud sign I can: certainly attest to / HOW CAR BUJl'BBSMAVSAVE Simca International Harvester Hwy. 100 Keystone lift

parents of a son born Mar. that she only had 14 for Trucks Scout 4-Wheel 473- 4570 Package Store &

STATE BANKMember : 17. lunch with her that day: her I Drive.Clayton COCKTAIL lOUNGE:

Mr and Mrs Clarpnrf! daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam I RevclsChryslerPlymouth
Holden are attending:: the Bota Butler. Jr. and I BEAUTY( SHOP Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M Except
F.D.I.C. Charles Henry
Keystone Heights Fla.
Club Convention {l UP TO I $200 Sunday
I at the Cherrv -; of Ormond Beach; their I
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Plaza Hotel In Orlando. Mr. dau<;hter-ln-law Mrs. Sam I Dance Every Saturday Night

Community." Holdn is a member of the Butler in of Jacksonville: THROUGH THE INC. KEYSTONEBEAUTY Music of Connie and

State Council Misses Sally and Betty.- parents Mr. and Mrs.J. STATE FARM MUTUAL "NOBODY USDER!lF.I.I.S The Fireballs

Betsy Holden accompaniedI M Jovner and Buster, also I I CLAYTON REVELS" SHOP KEYSTONE 4: :MILES!' EAST HKIOHTS OF

n ____ of Ormond Bench and Aunt CAR FINANCE PLANLow Edith .Tnhnwm. Owner
I Jo's sons!: Mr and Mrs. Charles r 1050 N. Orange

z | Strandberg and Pauletteand cost financing through a Green Cove Springs' 281-0811!) Personal LAKE LOTS
& Creative Lake Geneva $."5\00: (Terms!
I would like to take this opportunity I f Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,.)
local cooperating bank and Hair( Styling Lake Brooklyn $3500: (Tern
:; Stiandberg and Greg all of SPRING Trailer Lots $::500 up (Terms)

; ?; to thank the many people who I I Jacksonville. Due to the our low cost Insurance tool MOTORS IndMdnol' Beauty Cora I MORTOXfiE BROKER:

I "liquid sunshine." they ptc- Complete Service & Parts FoiVOLKSWAGEN I Every Form of Beauty Culture APPRAIStL' !SERVICE: :
.1 voted and nlced all over the house' and Associates:
supported in candidacy
garage! and enjoyed every minute "If It's For A Open Tues.-Sat 9-5: ; Mrs. M.: Ilsen. 473-4819
I Volkswagen
j for of It just the same. Closed :Monday Capt. R Lovorn, 473-4152
School Board Member. We Have It." .
Keystone 473-4883
Mrs. Jewel Pose! of Gainesville '." AlwayS Plenty of Good Used Heights S.E.McKay, Realtor

I also would like to congratulate Mr. and her cousin Elgin Volkswagens In Stock KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Lang! of Maxwell
braved the MERRITT Green Tnvr !Sarints.. 2R l-120: Phone 473-4818
;cv fury on Sunday afternoon to H. Electrical Sales & ServiceYeoman's

'.4 Goodman on his victory and hope make their way to Mrs. Rose's ;c j.. WILLIAMSr' AUTO SERVICE lfKS'l': ,\ ITRANTSBeidler's

lake place. They stayed until

.. -1 for the best for our School System. I Tuesday morning when they ; 117 t N. Walnut St. KING'S Electrical Holiday

returned to their homes.
..t Mrs. Earl Voyles and ... '::4. Phone 961-5391 Service Station Sales & Service Restaurant

daughter .2' Under New' OwnershipOIL
; ,.4' Many Thanks, PeRRY vent to
Greensboro( N. C. early last | USED CARS AT FrIgidaIre Appliances PARFDESFhie

: BASIL DAVIS Thursday morning/ What -- 'TATI 'u. DARGALN PRICES May tag Washers OPEN Food 7 DAYS Moderately WEEKLY' Priced |

started out as a planred hap- STATE FARM Zenith and Motorola TV
Full Dinners HinolK1" -
., py occasion( turned into( a very A ELECTRIC Slegler Heaters Ala rnrte-Italian nods'
,.,.. sad one for them. The Voyles' Mutual/ Automobll Inturinc Camp_ A."DCET1'LE.E: PIZZA PIES
IIIlnol.JL.: .. ..... P. O. Box: : 166
Ham OffIce I URAMC5j Maltose1
: (Pd. Pol. Adv.) daughter Mrs. John :Klrkman: :tloomlniton. WELDING BEER:

rave birth to an Infant son on l\fF.I.RO I7.91.1t; Phone 475-2371 1 Flock North, of Rd Light:
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....'".".\y. MAY ... 1IMI4.
flu \Kom, COUNTY t.'ruiii.1l'tflftJ, ..\ _
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insects. that MO making honeydew j D.scIIPtiOU.
triple approach of treating N., n..lit. Aaiaaat *f TaeOwae N.. ... 5 T R A Owuer .... Co...
for their captors. ', .( .... I T N A ...) Coats .t
pets Inside the house and
Ants harbor of calla Lot 100'(
egg IOU -I Ciiin
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home GoGardening lawn area. Insects mealybugs whiteflies, 877-At aW C*>r of NIt) (' S.4NJ'I{ 0of
JLet's A Ii cent malathion dustIs SJStt Of NEH\ ;aun1C : NSVI 'r \ .
per aPhids and leafhoppers In j .along .MPO.. Line swva 8G I 28 1 Iidmond: Johnson et al 4.15

STARKE--PHONE 961.2600 effective flea killer on pots. their nest during the winter ta 62B Ft for FOB than
For an indoor flea-tide control N 420 Ft.. B: 21U) 1697 1'% A. InIfil:-
be euro of a spring and summer -'' 210 Ft. 3 480 Ft. W r'or of W% ofNICIt

KEYSTONE H IITS-PIiONE; 173-3176 apply a ready-prepared supply of sweet excreta 210 Ft to POD 12 7 81 ),I. R. McOIII a.35 of 8fo4\ utNE'4 .

household spray containing Ants also Invade lawns. B4H 884- SH of SEK; or .. 0 ., by 316'210'N "E S A W J8 1It\ t% Oarn. Ho..lon. 107.18
NW',4! A NE\!. of
Editor. malathlon dlazlnon.
SharpS or
Rental Services By. Ilcrvey I aide their painful sting, ant aw>4 10 7 Si 00 Benny Quvla, Jr. 129.01 1701- F.4, a' NW'4 i
... .I..rhl"grh'ultllro1 Extension A sprayer, a paint brush, or make unsightly hills that clut4 of 5W4 of NE'i 26 1III\ Ii A. T. PattI 7.1t

.. Service I a pump-type oil can la excellent !- 880-B-.Com .n/t 8T8 Col" l702-W ISA of $'4of '
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS I ter up an otherwise perfect af11'J'A: of 8W 4 N 3W14 fE'. 26 II at IS Fruk B..II 10.n
for Insecticides to
applying lawn. 1132' to 8 R/W of 1710-81 1 A of Wtof

cracks In the floors around Hwy 237 BWly S 0 N1054 of SW'of .
CRUTCHES Pleas are like fair-weather For outdoor control John RVW 756.6' Ion "011. NE l 14 26 II U 1 "raDc" J.n"ln. $08
baseboards and In other dark,
ft-ien--they! congregate when Strayer, Extension entomo- 8 14 deirre B 1719 Com at IIW!
Ideal.So. protected places. Be sure to JIO', 8Wly Par Hw of Diaz Lol 7
conditions are logist, suggests chlordane or ('or
310' N 14 dvBreen W
mats furniture : a Run
spray and on In LAw'.y
if some of your second- aldrin. In. water-base sprays. 110'. 8 R/W, NKIy:

rate Mends look a bit flea- which pets slee1 For attacking an ant nest, try 210' to. PUB 12 7 SI 1 Louisa K. M.wm..n 98.91 1 li w"or2't'':: ''JJ"t.
881 That of .
I For an outdoor attack on W to FOB Ex 'h"
The Results of bitten-look for fleas. two tablespoons of 50 per cent SW,4 or HW '4 N 26 6 Ii 8 Doris 1't1. DAn.on '.38
200 FI
if large numbers of fleas pet pests use a jar spray attachment chlordane gallon of water. A W Of 8t Rd 227 IS 7 31 Herman Hartley 67.09 F.
Or. per I1t3.A.-I-A A'I In 8ECor
1018-Lot 4 of Blk 12A
: ai e lausln;: Fldo to get behind on the garden hose. Povr the mixture Into the 1 lotf/ deHR ,n 0IeCd or lOW Y. 01NE'A
Tuesdays Ballot- Spray mixtures containing of IIE'4 28 6 Ii 1 Eeaw Bright Jr. t9.11
Bk 04 10&
with his scratching the answerIs I malathion next opening. Then soak the In OruhAm Pg Loul Demp.r 675 1761-NWi! ot RWI

another dog. Sevin or dlaclnon with of Sg''. iS 101 Iq*
simple-Bet area witter to wash the 1022-Jynt 4 of Blk 3
: ing Proved that be the will kill both fleas and ticks. Insecticide In nraham Louis DemPseY 23.93 FtofSW'% ofSW!%
.. Adding a dog may JOwn to the bottom of t>F:14: 26 6 Ii 13 Ethel M.17691i .
fleas like I
I answer for those who oppose As dry sandy areas hiding 'place of the queen ant. 1159- Lot 40 W' of Strong Rlaeby 111 at
Every Vote around I for breeding, be pure to spray Oni Ry Wo'odlawil, I :'.of N E'4 of
the ue of chemicals plants apply a spray 22
under the house under the A E of Sft. 200' F >e of NH't!: of N10% 27 I 3 EVA Orlftl. E.t. 26.33I
their home. But remember mixture of a tablespoon of SO iO' 0 1785-B-I Lot In I'll'' :

: 'i Counts fleas multiply faster than tool shed and in" the sand bed per cent wettable chlordane NLol 8 nonNFJh'! A: 28.5' I Cor or W',4 of !U:.
B. Barbour 81.29 NW' of 8W'i
where you park the Jalopy. on W el ld. 13 5 S3 I Claud % of
I powder In three gallons of 1161-1_ 37 In Wood. 210' E 5 W bY 327'N

Thank For YourConfidence. Jogs.Getting rid of the dogs isn't ANTS water. Do not apply this poison lawn If B 28 10 Laputka Florence W. 17.08 iS 8 28 6 22 11, HouSIng s.rv. Corp. 7.60

the pusher Most folks who get Even If you don't have ants to foliage or fruit that will I 1208-iMtn 35 thru 38 1807-Lol 69 In Wood-

rid of their pets complain that In your pantry you may have be? eaten. In Woodlawn 14 S 22 40 Mrs. F. W. Webb Aal 62.50 lawn. I'x': Lot 100' .
1243 I-ola 9 24. 25 In SW Belna 50' W of
t fleas become numerous in the them elsewhere Including For an Indoor application, Wood lawn Rx R/W 17 B 22 30 Charles P. Sa.pp 21.3 510' Cur U II az 10 Floyd King 7047

yard and even Invade the your plants. use :3 per cent chlordane or 1257 I.o< 18 ,I.,, 1807-A -R." 60' W

It Looks Great and We Often these pests are Woodlawn Kx rt/W II S 22 10 Charles P. Sapp 14.13 (if $10 l'or of 1.01
Are Getting house. on ornamentals 0 9 par cent dieldrin In a non- 1292-Lrf>t 48 In Wood. 510. N 100', 'YOolO ', "

With the pets gone, the guarding "slave" italnlnn deodorized kerosene. I INO..CR lawn Ex R/W It ( 22 10 Cecil B. McLaio. 13.13 S 100', 10 to Helen
Stronger. With Your Help and Sup- FOB 29 I 8J Barron '.81
flea find themselves:: with nc 1279-8H at Lola l 41., U40-A 1-A Rq In

port We Will. Be First on May 24th. domestic::; animals'on which to Of" TAX AIri 44 A of all Lot.that 53.portion 64. In NW Woodlawn('0' of Lot b4 31 6 2a 1 SecurIty' 1U1&,.

feed Therefore, they begin to 59 80 N of Rd Ind. Co. IS 43
Notlc. 1M b.re-by given that fh.. ht dAy of June. 1968 begIn f Woodlawn Rx E 121' J8HJ-A S' 132' of
JAMES E. JOANOS aggravate the homeowner. At 12 nnon At Hark.. COunty ot Bradford AIA1., nf Florida., tea of W 40X: of 814 of Of- 8WH of

Due to the long dry spell In pale I epitItIe.tp. wil) be .oj.I on the following de.erth.d I land to- Lot 43 A Ex R 125' NWH E'i \ of NEH,. 34 & 22 6Init. For E*..ntlal
pay the rnountdii5 for taxeS. herein set opo.it,. the to.getler of W 443' of Lot '
April ticks are also showingup same, Housing(; Inc. 82 4i
with N of Ril.
all 69
eOMI" of Such eAle and All adv.rUeln. 54 A 1fIoU- That Port of
Candidate Senator-25th DistrictPd. in the lawns of some In Woodlawn, Rx>
of NWH of
::50. hJeu'rlptlun R/W I III 6 81 87 Mm. J. S. N>rman S'O
Ausuu.t of T..u 78 27 NWH- E': or RR Kx:>
homc3. 0' .".. S T R A 0....... ... ........ Eat. Lot In SW Cor 50'

( Pol. Adv.) The same! treatment will kill 87-A-U. 277' S of 1311-All that portionof Sq. 35 S 21 S Oar Hamptoa 67.601913A

both fleas and ticks. Its a NI 'ur of N..w '" BW% of 810% I Lot. 50' V
of NW4 N of Rda ,' ,
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of NW'.. 8 210' W :
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H.g-ox R/W 1 8 ao I 'Dlxi. AcceptanceCorp 13131 IM In NW of RR Hi 6 22 Lacy Green 6908

74 27 Cor of NF1V4 of 0 1A In NE Cor
I 177-NW\ of 8W'4 27 8 20 tu F. L. Tomlln.. 61.89 NB4 of NEb..- 1 C B Barbour 63 28 1919 of-NRH of SWH .
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYANTIQUES 187-N!< or s'. Li InK 208 3/4 Ft 3q 23 5 S3 of NWH! 36 1 21 1 Mid: Stat

N of SG! of SF 12S 8 io lao F I.. Tomlln.n' lie.227SS 1383-W RR Ft of tot Horn. 55 3.
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Wayne E. Maaxey 81 87Wayne R/W of. Rd
For Beat In Hearing See- 01: CheinIi Co .92 of Ry 200. :Nly ont. Bilry

ANTIQUES THE 329-I.ot. 11. 12 BLK I 1397-Lota 5 8, 7 A 0 161' PUB Cont Nly
8 of Blk 12 In I.aw- E. :!rIA..y 7.34 on W Jury 200' to
21 WArd
BoughtSoldAppraise4 SONOTONEOF Kongo Pet Shop 378-N', of City tlW' of 8 7 10 ,Mirth SIok4e :2348DO U22AW tey W of Ry 100' of ('0 Or Rly Rd. Bilry Wly of alonff .

FurnitureChina -Class Poodle* !Maltese-Llasaa NW4! ol! NWt ofSW Lot 5 of Blk 2t In Housing Service fir 200s, Sly Par

Silver -Brass--Oil PaintingsOne JACKSONVILLE"Tha POODLE GROOMING ''i U 7 fu 8U H. H :Molt: 75.86 Law ley. W of Ry Corp. It SO with VMy Btlrv 200',

Strongest and Smallest 89lY-cT4 of $IO'4 F.aS8A 1429-814 of Blk 24 E 200' to POD S 6 21 Henry LII. Martin 32 93

Piece or a Hmiite. Full Hearing Aid In the Wot'Id- Sweaters Collars, Tags, Cor. of NE: .. of In. Lawtey W of Ry :Mat: Pet Supplies 2410% Li AN'" ofNI.,4 1410- m, of Bik as nf NBH' of $\\' L4

Only Co. hearing. Aid Made Itl nil-Fish. -I l.miNternDairy III II 3/t of SW- Lawtey. W of Ry Herbert Padgett 7.74 Run E 650' to R/W

Ina Ward Antiques 23: Went Monroe. '. of NI':', &" NW- 14.IJ-NV4 of Blk 25 Hwy ::101. NElv on II
& Sun. 10-6 P.M. "' .i4 5I'4;' LyllloJ In Lawtey W of Ity M .tll. Carter 7.74 W R/W SI*'. W 1173q'
3572 St. Johns Ave. Jacksonville 353-1463 1437-Jlailf. Blk 4 In
Closed Tuesday j 14 318', to
[ or Co Or Rd 6.ta
Lawtey W of Ry Mr. John B r>y* 14 U FOR 3 4 82 I M. Orov.... Inc. 157.7*
8939 Herlong Rd. NormandU lOx R/W IS 7 10 7S R. H. Molt 10S.U 1440.A.- N 86.88 of .. (
Jacksonville 387-1379 HOBBY SHOP
of ofNKH
SectionW. 402-A-Lot', 1, 2, 3 ofHIS. HalT Block 8 In 1950-Nt's! I '
r E of Rd Wof
Call Collect. j : W of
7 Corllotta Unit Lawtey Ry Clifton Prevatt S 55
FIELDSHOBBY Jacksonville 781-2800 1 'red.. D. Sig8ani. 89.31 1449- Jal-t... 7 ExE t SEH RH of A NEH SUj' W
In' I-uw-
Auto Sales & Service 404-NW'4 of NW'Ex % of HR 3 6 22 87 Winifred Green 69! 88 J
SHOP Inc. I IANOS-ORGANS 1 A N of Ry. 17 7 20 as Southern Oil i tey W of of Ry Dorirf* M. Danson 8748 m7-NWH of SEH .
1471 10A
.II Ch..mlrAI Co UJO -W't of SEH'\ S 222O14 10 .7. L. Brantly 17.33S
E ofRI0
WESTSIDEVolkswagen A Complete Line of Mason & Hamlin Pianos 4J3-NI I of !..ot 1 E. In Luwtey >
10 .\ W of Ry 18 7 ao 18 Southern 011) 01: Joyce B. Spell' 11.58un 0
Inc. Boat & Airplane Builders Sup- Hammond Organ. Cheinlcai.Co. 31.82 -Ix>t: 8. 8. 10, J .. "V I of Ml Rd 18 El ".
: t I'Lawi.y
Blk li 22 Leo T. Sullivan
12. R/W 7 8 5 15
plies--Specializing In Radio Magnavox Organ 4AI-NI/3 of Slil 'j'
E of Ry Minnie Mae 020 -WH' of N W'4
AUTHORIZED DEALER Controlled Models "You Get A Good Deal At- t4V'4 of NWIO 25 6 It 7 Or n. P. 'owart 8.16 John.ont.id, ".n of NWH' E of lit .

GU-II' of AF: ',i of 1484-Lot: 7 7 of Blk 13 > '';2 .?. > Rd 16 8 21OSO Leo T. SuJUtran 84 li
arid Equipment ao c. H. & John Rent 27.62
HE' Sc' 6 n .
Luwtey K of Ry Johnnie Fowler 3 55 -Cum At SW Cor ,
Sale C9a). 1'artH II25--.NE'A ofNIO!% of 1488- L' t I SID of ". of EH of WUj of .
Service! V Wf Body Shop Open Evenings till !9 P.M. F. O. MILLER ,!! of NN'4 3t 6 II 141 C. H. RentS U.13 Lot 11 I In Town of 8E'". Of 9KH.: U'

I II .... 011-8"1f. At 8W Oor Ijiwtey K of Ry W. L. Barber 684 105' for FOB N

Open 8 am.8' pm. 602 So. EdgewoOd lit ffj..of Pi"n.m 55JacksOnville. .. i"""'.- of ! of Lot IS, run Nly to 8 BiD? of Sc. .
& p.m. Sat. -Cloned Sunday Jacksonville 388-8662 I 1112' m 1C2'. 10 1112', alone. W Bdry of 0 W 105' to POB 9 6 21 Lulu ..11.> Terrell 73 17
W 3tZ'! to POB 1 8 II III Cbari.s C. Ra..I..on. 16.11 201) Ft 2083 NEH 10 ti2O80 40 A
1130 LANK: AVK. SOUTH I Lot 15. to -SWH of 8 Kay: Will. (4 47
822-XE'4 of NW'. It POB Nly on W Com at SW
;Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 Men's & Koy's Went I Ir N 411' of NW\4\ of Bdry 62.73 Ft of 8W 4
NOt t
for :
NE'A Wof OrHd Ely 165 Ft. Sly on \ A Run N

Parrish MotorsSALES r "Quality Clothe for Men. an SAWSPEARSON'S E>* I.t 210' FlQ I 8 II U Oren. P. COWArt 13 6ZOZ4 E Bdry of Lot ID-A 400' for FOB B
-.RW% of NW%. 1 6 a1 40 :1re. J. E .Theina. ".60 82.71 Ft. Wly 165 200'. N 100' V. '.
Boy Since 1919" 62O-P2.A Corn 80t N10Cor Ft. to FOB'! In LawteyBofRy 200'. S 100' to POB "

Saw & Knife of E% of NFR4 A Strip 15' N A 8
Van Heusen Stetson Hats of NE'.4 ofSW4 W 1499.A-I0 50' of Lot force Lee Walker 16.34 for access to Rd 10 8 23 John X.:
SALES & SERVICE 166.4R' for S 13 Blk ie Luwtey:
8BIU1CEFAKT8 pon. 2104:. Cam< 50' E of
Gold Sox ,
LVO McGregor Cup R of RR Samuel Crockett. IS 60
ALL TYPES OF SAWS 100' P. 165' N 100' Cr of Ht Rd &: 25'i
Complete Formal Wear Rental Ave. To POP I 8 II 1 Leon Sweat IIPS 1505-Com at SE Per of Cr of Co Rd
6027 Broadway 843-\1I')) W' of NF4E :\ of Lot 17 run. W Run. R 1000' on S -

82 Years As A Dealer .Lichfinnvlllp, KV: 4-S181 of SR 2211 a 6 It 70 Edna WudlD ua.u Par with Lake Av*. H/W Co Hd to \
80 Ft M 100 Ft to Pt 100') W of '4i 1.RR. .
Always Good< Used Cars fSulJounqfllen'sShop" POO W 125 Ft. N S Porto RR

991 Laura St. JacksoosUlePhone SEWING MACHINES 641-.A1l W% of NI'4: 104 Ft. E 125 Ft. 41.28'' for POB,
W of SR 236 A Nfo' H 104 Ft 'In Lawtey '
310 Main Corner Duval font 8 Mb 71 ,
3G6-S654 I. 4 of NWI4 oil: NLof E of By3510Coin U.t>el Jenklne. 8 li N 88 llfir W 210',
Jacksonville !Slvr.FK: ALT._)_ ZIGZAG NF:''" of NW4 I 8 II 70 .1. L. AIvAru .a.u at SW Cor N. Par I'. RH ou.s'
--- ---- n "
--- ---- -- or Lot .,
Automatic Transmission I. Like New In 4Dr. Cabinet "="" ."1 H of SV4of 17 A Run a.iiSd.'r., l : a 210' toin 0
MOTORCYCLES HEH Ex 2A In NW N 304 Ft E 160 Ft beg 10 0 22 1 Bamu.l A. Brown 11 16
Sold New over $300 Cor Alno 1A In SB: for a FOR then run 2142-2 A In SW Cor
N 346 Ft E: (
100 pt
Automatic Bal. $73 or $5.00 Per Month Cor of SWVi\ of BE 8 346
HONDA '4 3 < 21 fUddnh. 73.47 to COB In being 420 Ft. .
SO R. D. Lawtey
Transmissions & Ideal Sewing CenterALL 674-N 8A of EH' of E Of Ry Mid Slite rS: W by Z10 Ft .
MOTORCYCLES of AWH N AS 15 6 22 5, L. a. Cooper tH7.il
NWH\ NI3H : Uuicee.
MAKESNew lac. el I IH 8M
Motor Exchange All Models-.Nothing Down of NWH of 1513ACom at NW 2145-SH' '.f NW'( OFSWM
and Used Machlnw MB\14 & N 6 A of
Merchants Green Cor of that por of JJBH' A anof '
BIG DADDY WALT Stamps 848 Cassat Ave. WH of SW,4 of N. of Lot 18 K of UrAt NB% of s10'. of

Remanufactured Transmissions Open 8 A.M. to 7 7 P.M. Jacksonville 389.5011THA'I EH & N 5 A of K'/j:' In Lawtev R ofRR. :>IW"H nit Par. on

Monday-Friday of SEH of NWH\ 10 8 It 1& R D. Reddl.1t S90. 8 274' K 240'. W Side u 8 22 IB w. al HarrIs $6.76
Motors 684 SWH\ of HKfc 10 6 21 40 Eik. L.hocakJ' aSH: N 274', W 60'. 2148 SH! of SWH' of
By Quality Craftsman 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. { SERVICERAY'S 94'V 80', N 94'. SWH of NK'41
691.DII! Un Dlv Z>. tt' of 81i:' of :
Saturday and Wednesday W 120' to Pots Baxley J771 j SEHof !
W. Beaver St. fnt In SW'4 of N10'4a
2097 CLOSED SUNDAY SEH of SWH ANW"i 1528-1 Lot 100 Ft N NWH 162I4 S 22 i$ We.ley 111. Luke 18 69

Jacksonville, 3554771"CAMPKKS of BEH Ea a S by 200 Ft E < -E lid.5' of W

H/W 12 8 21 81 71 W In NW Cor of .. 4095' Of SH, of
MOTORS & CYCLES TRACK SERVICE Odors Crawford Lot 20 In Lawtey '
of !'OW 4 of NWH S
709-8E'A NEHEx W of Ry Mr*. W. J. Chandler 211 3Joyt 0
4949 Blanding Blvd. Portable Track Press Servlo : 1 A Cemetery 13 8 21 39 FrauIer XCII!. Est n.o' 1512- Lot 23-A Ex Of Co Or Rd \16 8 22 2 John O. Ducar. 6. 28
Jacksonville! 771-8214' I 757-WV4 of HBVt! ofNI0' I N 100 Ft. In Townof 211-1-:2 A In NW Cor r
Welding of ! 22 8 81 W Stone n.n
ao Charles ,
Lewtey| K of Ry
Cribbs Campers t'seil Bulldozers & Crawlers 79 0-IW>t 4 of Blk 15 U.'IW of F.H of NEH Rx Lot In
T.ee Walker 3* SIN SE for being 200')
MUSIC "We'll Keep 'em Rolling" 791-Lot CroMbjr Lake S of 11011 Shore.15 1't. F C Co" 60.19 I 335 Ft of Lot. 31 :N I A 14 by IOU E .*
Rx N 1110. inTown
DeJ-Rey Campers RtfotDec
7287 W. Beaver Crosby Lake Shores V.ra L.. Nu..nt 4.16 of Lawtey R

Paulus Music Co. Jacksonville 3884621'I'ItOI'ICA 817-SH A In SE Cor of Ry Loulta' Brown 7.>4JH 2174-A OR HK: 23-101 U 8 23 t Hanct. B. Thornton 34 14
Shasta Trailers -- Regat, PE 0
of 8K14: of SKH N 1553-41 165 Ft of Lot 'or

Band &: String Instruments of Ry sa 8 11 I a/3 L. J. Kit.. 6.lIt 32 In Town of Lawty In NW of Cor AA:of/ tract ,
Skamper Convertibles L FISH 819-HK\, E of C C C I B of Ry L Barber 7'7H: SW. i3i
Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers Rd. sa 8 aJ HI I... .1. Kite 391.66535Ai of NW', of NEH: (
1661AB"II' at NW being lull >
Trailm .Bunk School Supplies-Instruction tA In 14WCorofSec24offty KM i C Thomas Discount Co. 636
'Inandnlr MERMAIDAQUARIUMS 'or of N 130' of S174-B-He* 100') N of
Roberta Lot 35 In Lawtey R HE: Cor
5408 Son Juan Ave. Recorders A 2A1nNW'or of A 2*

Music LibraryExpertRepair S of Hy Ex R/W 4 7 81 L. J. :Kit 1.15 of RR. 19! 60' ta Tract In itv'4 01'NWI.
R SO' 8 50'
Jacksonville 388-0343 8.17-All the Friu-n otAE'4
Department W 60'. N 50' taPOB 100' W lllfl-) S' 100'P
Supplies .
Complete Aquarium of NB'4 A lira Stai. .
: 100' to POB
CHAIN RAWSMiddleburg 41 W. Imported Fish. All Species that port of 8 W % Home. Inc. 14.49Jame 1| 8 22 Thom
Monroe St.
BY of NE% lying S or 1688-W ISO of WH J174.C Discount Co. 67."
COME ivg-
CALL OR |00' W
Jacksonville 355-8447 31 of Cornelia St. of Blk 44 E of RrIn of NIe..r. ,
Chain Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 pm. T-racl. nikfl, 40 A 41A Lawtey: Rx W Tract In >'4\\' A 2A
> .. Row 1.75 'i of
SE" *
NW of
All .
S310 I Beach KUd. Sunday 2 to 6 pm. 60' :NW-4; .vf NE': then.
N of SAL Ry !a orE
1571-EH In
Saw Sales We Order Any Fish Available of Cornelia at A Lawtey. 13 fIRt O.t..... Damps 4.55 N lltO'. W 100'. S

HttRLITEMoney : Jacksonville 398-3091 943 S. Edffewood\ Ave. all NR'i of SB"' '.. 1584-Lot 63 In Town 21 911'' E H-ic"IlI't") N Bi-r of II 8 21 Thomas. Dlecaunt' Co. I 95
HAL Ex P.arl Blount ".n
Ky of Lawtey R of Ry
; Makin' Chain Saws lIU81ClnSltrumentsMARVIN Jacksonville! 388-9404 ii/wf 4 7 SI 84 W H. Smith ISS. 18.18-B-KVj of SH of Int of H tin. of
"EH. of :NK'; : *
SALES & SKKVICK: : BWMi of J'JlJcE.. A Wit,:'" of Hwy
tllork 14. 15 A 14 J IS .t4 Boa 13.91
838- In
Farts and Repair All Makes WESTERN STORE HA 4 Randolph SOl I for POH. Run.,
KAY'S All Blk U ex txn, 1845-A t Lot 125'8q. My along w R/w ..

Toro & Yazoo Power Mowers RAPn of Lot In NR Cor of 284.O1V .Par. to *'

Rt. 21 Mlddleburg; 282-5050 Music Center LITTLE DUDE 1 A LoU B, CAP< Lot In NW Coo Line of 8K: 4 of
H/D of LnI. t of SKH of SW% NEH 311 }' Sly UO'.

Western Store Lot. 1. 5. 8 of Blk C of ?JW 4 :bei lnf.,7t'g, ; Ely StT\ to P011
Hike 12 20, JttSampiion
17 A E&WBy
Fender. Gretsch & Vox Guitars H/W
ELECTRIC MOTORS "Where You'll Find Every Rx R/W 4 7 SI *17 L. J. Kit* 410.10 A 8 39 6.. Mid Mate .7-NWt4 of .. HSl 8 33 2 JMton D. Carter 8JJ( fIt
King. Hatten, and Selmer 861-He* at HW Cor Homea Inc. 7S 87 SWH .142203A 8 11a 40 Harry Zltreen et al ..447Flrat
thing For the Horse of NKH; \ of NE'4 AKn : Hnirt' W
Brothers Band Instruments 185<-1 Lot 100 N A
Peavy A '
Enthusiast" N 540 Ft., K: SbyltO'81&WIn.. 210N of SH J Cor
Ludwig, Sllngerland, Rogers 680 Ft. K 509.5 Ft. SW Cor of WH of of 1410'. of SWH.'
Electric Co. Western Clothing Leather- E: 210' N 210'
Drums to S R/W Lln of NE'4 of NWVi i> 6 IU L. J. Padcett. 4 IS1I61SW'4 W
310', S 310'(
goods Saddles and Trailers Sampson': Or lid.. of SWMof to But 14 23a 110I.... Corp

ELECTRIC MOTORSodBervicedRepatred Rentals. & Repurlr* on ALL Charles & Sharon Petty then Hly InS Alone of K ndry K' NWV4 Rx R/W 22o-.W 210' of qE% of tttuart. 13 87Qlle
W to
Rx Par in NW Cor
$ 902 So. Edgewood Ave.Jacksonrllle of NE" of NE'? 9 Dew" In OR Bk 14- 0 of NWI. ,,f SF.',

Generators-Starters 400 MAIN: ST. 384-1210 894.R Ft to SE Cop 385. 381, 13-5.16 15 I SS t ClAud. llyere 14 31 Z2r7-H S :t'r' of NWHof || ss H. Mitchell 4031
of NE: % of NKH: W
Jacksonville 353-0935 1883-Lot an Done In 0 NE'. "AIISW
Alterations 1320 Ft to POB EI OR Bit H-3JS as. It Mid StateHome
!SA In 8W 'or Kx! 0 ., Inc. T5.47
: .
Armature Rewinding .110A All S'b' of
It 7 Louli K.'Newniaa _
R/W 10 7 at 1883 Ret at NW .
:> .
Ip. E
of Rd
; 18
4044 Lenox Ave. OPTICIAN U J. tit $9.93 of 8W<4 of SWH A: All NH of SEH'

Jacksonville 387-2523 862 -SA In BW Cor of NWl Run S lOtT R or Rd. 16 Ex': Par ..
of NE4! or NF.' for FOB E S
N'I'io 30' N ot SW Jor
Well Drilling Co. .A B.-.. At NW Cor 100', W 75', of :-1W 'I. of SE'b"lnlf
FLOOR COVERING Bennett-Daly Mid Stat.Horn. \
of NK 4 of NEH to roe is i 21Itl'l I Till1 N.'I' '
ROCK & ARTESIAN: WELLS Run 3 710' R' 6801, ... Inc. 7J.J7 hv 1120' E A W 0
17 6 SS
Opticians Inc. RWot 0 1884-1 Lot a* DeecIn .. ISO Harry Zllr.." et al 1 3U 42Jame
N 5G3.5' to 8 2240 H
Looking for Complete Electric Water OR Bk 14-3-41: ]S 6 II Mid State --' at SW Oor
81 R<] 225 tlicn of SEH of NWH:
Lenses .. Inc. 41 SI
Duplicated Accurately Systems ,
better earpetit SEly on Rd to Int N 4S8' to rOB N:

and Promptly IRRIGATION: with E Bndry o' 1646-NWH lot NEtt 174'. E 186' to WRW

Visit Only the Finest In Quality! FH.FIO..NCIOO: : XB'4: of NEIJ' N 43if of SWH *x R/W ly.Ipff Or Rd. S' on

@J :?;fJa nil 1'rencrlptlon S.*rvlc. 68GO Hyde Grove Ave. to !NE' 'or W 1130' E of KingaieyI.f Hit R/W 174'. W
US' to POB 17 ISSS
a to POB K,* P.r If r U 4 IVflMe Stfont 1 Sf I *
I 21 Vest Duval St. Jacksonville 210' 8q on Rd 22V -NWH of NW\4 2244 Bw.en.y, Jr. 9 74

SJ4: HOCAH, II..n,..,. Jacksonville, 353-1833 Call (Collect 889-1439 on Ely Bdry of N. of 8WH li I IS 10 A. T. Paul. 14.11Lorance N'2 of SWH
of NE K 20 41 51
I K"4 of WE"< : A eu, 1878 -SB: ((4 of NEH: S Broil Tyioa
of NEV; Ex R/W of !!WE of Rd
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Juniors lad It T n A 0..... ... Cwe. ...... It T K A O...... ... ('i..to of laad S Tit" Owsier *... Ciwll4.'I ', 0' lad S T N A O...e. Cud l a11 a

I I Irfit' 3.W K: 4'110-H H 100' of
Nominatedr :I7U I Lot III 14. -
re (From Proceeding Page) Cor of U'4: '- of NEI4 k n i-v 210'' N 't that' /port of t I':lit i>f .-

of S\V ',. b.Inl H. In NK: Corr, H'j:' of :NK'' ', uf
Awards -270- :2In NfJ Oorof I III"' NI/ U: by /&")' NW' W nf 'ltd H'" :M4; thul, lies on kV
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Ri4': (.f Nl'3'i'. ofof K & W 23 (I 13 Mid 1 State MIO-A 31 t S3 1.1 Mr. A. I* Brown 7,71 I aide of HI Hd T. J. Alderman "r.1.94'

IJ'! ; '/, 210 Ft M <* Sue Alvnrez, datiishler ol W Ly 410 N limn.--Com :3.-,3 Kt H .+
; *
2720-M aof lI'i' of of SWfc!. Kx:: ItI'c /\\ *
and Mrs C U Alvarez ol S 14 8 23 t Calvin Homier 66.24 KKVi ,of HW''t4! (. I! par ihwiIn OKH of NW (Cor of NW' '. .
He'"h'R.' and JimObclwin 22UIS W 220 Ft of S\VU rU 8 El C. A, Criini 6.71 ;2.1-281: .1! 8 II 10 VIotorlH' McKnnltlon, 8U: of NK'' A run' S

1t'' rstone '" of SWH Kx: 273 Com at NK': ,) ft7R-oIW'! of NW" 2231"t fur POII llmi .

on of :Mr. and Mrs; Par !t*.<. In I Olt HK Cor" of IlIit of !SW'i: of MJJ4: I''. Par run W lOG l-'l. HBH .

J: Si of Starko 2:1.11: III Kx Par In of NEK: of !SW'i.. ",.'I.I 31 6 S34JJII B Victoria MuPu hlon 0.84 Pi." K 105: Pt 1. N

.|B. Godwin OH/ 40-213 /ID 8r:1: : 8 Dortb f A: Itnnl run \V 547', H 72.4' -NWM of NW '5 10 "POM' 80 T SI Vernon J. Porsytb *.14 .

lyre been nomlmt'xl{ for the Hall 13.35% for" pon. ('"nt H of HK': .. KX:, IHir dold J07'\-A-- Com st Ii W .
73.4' W 179.8'! N & KX ioi' IHIIH- OIL >r or Nit': ofIPi
emcnt Award" .
nual Arhln 2220-.1-IL'g/ ( :ana. f aof .' HK 20 I'll .49 A ;\( : N 75'!' H 1 7.5' -
74,73' i:: 179.6'
sponsored by the NW Cor of .'11.1; Li to for "Poll, .S 150'' ''e -
Dram! I'II!' :33 8 13 Sutrlce.| Uoleroiiu,, 32.51' A Kx It/W A Hx:. par
itional Council of TeachersEngll.'di "f H\O' H 187'. 1 tli-sn Olt UK 23 281 l 32 8 13: 73', N 150'. W /JJ'' .
H 13 deir 30' K ill- 24.1.1- Cor of NV 'i of U79A1 tat tieso I Victoria M.-F. hlon. '1853iMlce to 1'011 30 7:13: Certain Teea6lCrN'y ..

: Both :.t'l.-pnts: arc 1"11 XI lid: 32' J77'.V HK': and' run N Products' Corp (T.> ):

mber oi the Ju.ilor\' Class 157', NWly') :277' SOU,X Kt fur A ,pou Olt SJ I'M 3SI St 8 U Mitchell R,1tuQa | of 'l.o 2 of
ti" It HI OH* 23-B1I 1! 8 tl then W J73 Pt N 259PI (',,m Mt KM JIIk I\Vrlght. .. Al t> 33 T 33 Richard P Isy.
Bradford Hl-h\ !'1:lIool. Muck Lena D463, K: 2H0.7 Ft S (c"'r..r //II W',, of. 51.2.A --- H 3/4 i>f _
JJM-C'-- iv.in.. nt Nilor N.: and NW'i' ofM''NR''Nto .
:257.2 Pt POB ESC: CH'i, A N .1 'ig.r a
he Achicvem-'n! ; Awards (' or ;NE'i.: of lo "run :' of ; (

part, t of a orjtr..rehenslve: HW'i' W HH3.3 Sly Par. 85-31: 33 6 31 .Bronaril. Akrl
I2S' lo ran Wly run t373 Kl N Slm -- 'j undivided I InleroHt .
ram ti' ftii" T'-JSP': 1mivempnt 2t343W'j! of "I': '. "31I
( fur" N' Line tlo.8 Kl II: 340.7 H''< or XUliof

-n En-rltsh lan u- to W linn I6' of of tn; '. of NE'!, Kt, a 257.3 "'I tKx .. :SKI'', &) SK'i: 0} :
W 410' Of NEt:. of Kx!: I K II''." 6 S3 4 Percy .lulUVan' 11.0' Pon !: Par -.I il 32 aC.vr 23:: of SKli" J3 7 tl M HarJIn I J> .
i bt all grade lev_'ls. Award of \ W', Kly I'aiV 3ur"--.I.o' in, n' KX. //JO4-I:: Hn .% :. M\\' 3 Cap Chandler' 913 Alderman. 41A9

u'iyth' recel\ rtviMclerntlon/ 1.1,1', 1.oIt! ltd S 22'i.h"llv W 200'' |.nts 13. It ( of N'I.r' / .NW '4 '
II i nr Hlk C: InRlandlnio
direct: scholarship: assist : to" I't s S 1, KK. u.r Kx pilln-l' sold 32 6 23 s mjimin. / While 8171 1142 KV4: of HWH
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of 1 1'OM or1':; ; Hx; K/W *
My;' to TOM U 6 S3: John A. Cuminlnc9Jr. \\' -Nl'u: if NW'I' 4
150' nt In 11 *
F. at colleges 01 uiilver- tans It A 1'r.rl of Silk C of SK'4: Kx |Per Kit:. 111'1"' .",,, Eae... '

Gold! Kx: It/W A N1I|; menl A all that
dcs.layer's. 2291.1'-N"'. :: ISOof'" H P. of Creek' A \\' of .Per I I...... oil UK: 2.1 part of. K'j: of :\ \\'. '

Hili"" i.f K 220' uyv Ditch Small; Buln0n '( or HKW lylnn ;N(
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3 ;i3 g S3 .
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Town of Starko John Hemingway m in
conduct by llhllnl: sen- 2117 Coin nt NK Corc.f "
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of Starkn' Ex. N 281'A" Ur.V 36': to 311 :} -Lot S3 on Oak
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of $27 50. 3 H of It.II W.ftNKVi of HriiHilivay. In fJ'II' 34 8 23 1 R. l>. Hobtrts 17.S.I: Richard D. Carter 45174.A

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to Erg I A 3 ofHik PeoClu'n. National' l GJ79-Com at l a I'.n,

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run''H 210 2S041 E! :NK'i. W i.f Hit 325 SO 7 U T. J. Alderman' 3831 of NW'i! of NWUbelna "
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209 Ft. N 1 0 Tyson .t al) un .f Kl 149' of NK'i I.. of NW'I 311 7 23
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Station L'OII 33 8 23 IHOSV 78' to AcR 29 6 2> Own R. AlVMrtin Jr. 87.8 Hlk I A" l lath 1 61IH-- Lota 10 A II

Service I 2704 Com at NW I 430S-A-B.c at Inter & 4 of Blk 5 InC In Indian Reach" L. M. Pearull 31."

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mandiitOKKICTIOS( I' kins Audrey Griffin. ASSI-MHLY! : or! (,uu I BKOOKEIl BAPTIST ply pastorBOATDRA3X. 'I"'I,

I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I 11th Oracle: Larry Brown. I II IIIWAY CHAPEL Sunday School 10 a. m. I BAPTIST : i iI

In I the- u isjjjiL of I tli} Cancer Frankie Jackson Carolyn My- Weldon St. and Ralford Morning Worship, 11 a. m I Sunday School< 10 II

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I Cru.i-e: Mi a. Huneli: liimlUn!; : ers. B enda Kin;{. Valuin Jenkins -, : Road. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Training Union. 8.30: p. m Morning Worship 11 I II

had f(1I.65.J and II. Tnylor lu J I I I Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Training Union 7:00: '

And other a'ti\'liii--, at the I $38.81 !instead of the amount I 12th Grade: Marian Jen- tNEWS : Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Meeting/ Wednesday. 7:30HA : Evening Worship, 8:00.: ( II

SCHOOL NEWS cent"r .opented) last week. !kins. Coy Jackson. ,I Thursday Prayer Meeting 7:30: GA. and Sunbeam: every I er Meeting, Wednesday :
CIa* Nlftit: will bs observed:! 1 I CHUIICH NEWSO'e.ltpl' I p.m. Young People's Meeting other Thursday afternoon. ] II
rLt'3 NFWSj I HONOR;; ROLL I'' p. m.Rev.. R. E. '"
Wednesday. May 18. at 8 p. mIn II Saturday! 7:30: p.m.Leroy ;
Allen Chapel AM'EChurrh. HOMECOMING SUNDAY Rev. James Temple. pastor.IEDAN I
I astor.
the school' cafuoilum Th.-) j special! meetlm for th" I StiK'suts!: making the Prln- :
Lljfhtr.ey pastor.
Rev. L. A. Sampson \'r OAK GROVE I ,
public Is in ltd 1 t J> tttenJ F1e h Social: A. !Savin.::! Club cUalLUt Hit Anue' Till net. I II '. BAPTIST [Brookfr] BRUtAl! BAPTIST:
I paster. Sun: .\v School III) am The Oak 01 ore Baptist
j will be )i.jlcl Saturday !night! at Sylve.-ter Fuiiikliii. Carolyn | NEW CONGREGATIONAL
'I Morning Service 11 a. m. Church located u.i l' &: high- Sunday School. 10 1I 1m Cuiulay School. 10
7:30.: nn.1 the following: t mem- I Bi-o\ui. Anthony DeSui', Nelllj REVIVAL
All teen-age boys and girls! Choir Union BlandJng. I Morning Worship. 11 a. in '
I at MaccU'iuiy.! 3 way north of Camp: ; :Morning Worship 11 '
bers asked to be pre&ent
n-e :
are reminded:! of the square Davis. Mary Lane and Mary p. m. Rev. Levy Lennon. host will hold its annual! Homecoming : Revival services will be heldat Training Union. 7 1 p. m. Evening Training! Union. 6:30:
Mr. pnd: Mrs. Jerry Clark Ln'.I"'I
dancing at the R''cieatlon and Mrs. L. n. Ba''
:entei on Saturday May 21. 7th Gin:eShnill: ) Clarke. friends invited to attend. All p.fsent:': and loiii <-, ....*m- Methodist Church May 1 Lacy Conway, pastor. week Prayer Service, ;
: William Holland.1:1': : and
Linda Sandra
starting at 8 p. m. All ten- : ani Perdue I Bvenlru !ssivice!! % 6 p. m. Prayer beM end friends me invitedto through May 8. Rev. F. A day 7:30: p. m.- Rev. :
:Mrs Ravfield:! PE'I'I'Y.11' Pamela Davis.: Barbara of Savannah Ga. CHURCH OF GOD :
a"lIl' are invited to attend. Mrctlng each Thursday attend. Stephens Taggait pastor
MIs. Jnklns. and Mr And J. H.ui.son.!! LP I'ethfGriffin.. will bring the message each 422 N. St. Clair St.. Sturke. I :
Due to I'aln. the Junior DeSu, ,. Mr nnlMis. I 7:30: 11 m A basket dinner will be serv- I I
Mrs ( 8th Grade: Mary Lane night at 7:30.I1EILBRONN: Sunday School 10 u. m \ORTII3IDE BAPTIST i
League baseball practice was Ronj j The financial drive will terminate ed after tha seimon and the I ,
postponed:! but will resume Clark will serv""tln AS' Clarence hosts aid lit OJIK. Dnl-y (' Sunday May 22, witha BradfordUnion Sinning Convention BAPTIST I i Worship Servlcej. 11 a. m and Located on Bayless: ;
for the special m -
prmrMctMonday at 4:30.: All I Jame .VcaolUi: : *. Joseph Alston | program given by the men will assist 1<1" program 7:30 p. m. YPE. Wednesday. way ISR 225Jat] Ralford )

boy! inteiested in Ul"nfr; !! parton DeSue president.NOTICE Lillian: Hankerson. In observance of Men's Day. of gospel mu.l,; during Sunday School 10 a, m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting ''SR i 101)I. Services) : :; :
: 9th Gradf Mazell uuthim. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Friday 7:30: m.-Rev. L. S
the< team are asksd to contact : All nvmbTs and friends! Invited the morning Phd afternoon p. School 10 a. m. !
Johnny Jackson at thu All memb'ri of American Juanita Oilffln. aloha Hut- |, to attend. meetings. 'Iraining Union 6.30: p. m. Williams pastor.PENTACCIITAL Morning/ Wjiship. 11 :

L"Rlon! Post!! 314 are n-.ked to hln'on. Bonnie J.vckton.: San- Evening Service 7:30.: Mid-
Reno Recreation Center An Junior Church meeting at 5 Everyone Interested; is cordially : HOLINESS Training Union. 8:30:
Intei,'eitlnsi! baseball and softball I meet at 3 p m. Sunday at :Ira Williams.1Olm.' p. m. each Monday afternoonat invited to attend.: week Prayer Service: 7:30: p. Evenin? Service 7-30: 1: :

program is planned for RJT2 Hlwh Sihool;: c : nll.lnclof, Oia.Ie: Catherine I the church. All parents are m Wednesday.:! -Troy Johnson Sunday School. 10 1m Week Prayer Service. :

vltnl importance Please be on .lohn''cn. Hattie T"iiv Clara Cllt'RCH pastor. Morning/ Worship 11 a. m
the Immer., ) I asked ta: send their children to FIRST BAPlISf day 7 :30. -Rev. Glenn .
time. .John Sh"rmi\l1. ComHe'lutv N. Ilumllton Linda: K. Din1HAL the S"\Kit a,; Evangelistic Service 7 p. m
Flense register for the team. I neetlng. I Midweek- Service Tuesday ,
I Schedule! of s>ei'vicesJbunuuy : SIHYHNMJSS'OSUtY
7:30: p. m. -Jack :Mesulta
Sunday School. I BAPTIST CHURCH I'I GLASS That's Our Business"If
:Ml'IH KNiiflii. 0:45: a. m. Moiiunj: .-jib.up.* 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday pastor.

DAVISCANDIDATE ....:.1..1. 1'iiln I IH will lieieby" \I.ir il\.n. i..lvml.thai bHIH \' 11 a. m.. /sermon: "If Ye Love= I services: Sunday School, 10 a. FIRST PRESBYTERI
Union. *O'lS.: It'i Class: : We Have It"
Me. Tialnintf
It. ri i"( I'liiiH/ InHirilftlonut m. Preaching. 11 a. m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a. mMorning .
lltmlf'iKl, Ciiunty t Klt.iljji.. inIh IvenlllgVo'lohlp: 7 30. ir-
Union 6:15 CALL
.. : p m Evening Woi&hip 11 a. m WHITE:; or VlSIfFOK
t .rru '* i>.r thf .Siiiirlntpnili.ntf ( ,
.. Pu")hll.. I nat'"".tlnti(| .. iif Hrnil mon" : "Investment In) Heav Worship, 7 1 p. In. Everyone Youth Fellowship, II p. HI I ANY (LASS NEED

FOR SENATOR m DISTRICT 5 foul, <'imnty.1J' 0.) Hox, 9:19.: .en.: welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Choir Practice ThuiscUy. 7:30:
u4tuu" k... }KI.Mldii.. .. up" |I" ;.T'I iM > Monday Youth Choir pastor. I We Design Modern Store Fronts!
(fl.l:...Tl' 1 .." t II hu,.. i 10 I th day orMiiy YWA meets P. m.
7 1 :
piactke.= in
linn., tnr the ciinntrurllon.r p. I 'f Just Mail Us A Pattern For
SaysTHANK ..r ut home= of Mr
", ,,1,tI Ice "Klfinfniiiry: Hrh"iol, In. Youth Couiii.ll: me tln.. BAPTISTSuinulay School! 9:45 Table 'fopsSHEA'S !
: : a. m
Mchuol.\ 0M
stm' 'r,It. Kloiiiluin : a m
wlil.h I I tlniH 1,1,18| | Khali I 8:19.: __ mmlue&duy >I Morning Worship. 11 MUI'nll1gVorbhlp., 11 a. m.
YOUBradford he n. III.
...pen..... tl.:. :anil: rfitil: ulninl."" Any, bide I I Junior Choi' Evening Worship. 7:30: p. mI Training( Union 6:15: p m'l GLASS CO.
i .1.i il uft.r 'the Niecif'fl| | tltn.unit practice and Sunbeams! meet Evening Worship 7:30.: Midweek I
eta'I.. will not be toiiehlprpd l<' 3:30: p. m. OA meeting. 4:30.: I Prayer Meeting Wednesday .. o (NOT INC.)
Pu a na' ..1>.... fbu.I I I"... a ii.l. r<,ntiait I '1'10 p in -Rev. Lathe Mc- Player Service Wpdrys-
il County In t"h.- tilriiii "r I lion) l lMdlimi B 7 p. m. Adult Choir inactive -\ p m -Rev. Jim Rlgdon sup

,Airhllvtt I I J.'l-I Hwy 17"runi !t p. Ill.'l'l1Ul'bUI1Y. .. ,_ :_ ._
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< '!e paik Fii'"td i, mid' .itt 1U VlalUtlon
,. May --
f.I1 i '" s
The You 1 J. .K 'V. Diiilire .rl'"ratl"n 10 a. rn and l 7 1 P in.
Wonderful Vole
I Deeply Appreciate
.1 I.M l k K..nillp) Flollil.lJ 1 Friday May 20--AasuclatloiiUioUierhood
I I.ilncuvllle, 1'lan An investment In Your Future .. ..
Boom, '
Gave Me In The First Primary. There is a Tre- I'III II1HM111, I I I... l'"l! ..111.IPUAN } meets at first --

mendous Job Facing Us For The Next Three ,".M'ANI HUMRNT:i!:I.I :: HHI.CMPICATIONflJl ; p.U.tJU"t in.MUST: Church, Ltt.wtey U.30 05 55 **** -xIS

And With Continued) Hard \Vork We A. rul untiuitjrH. \ : Upui Lz 1i1 VI! iD f( ( tIQ
u Itnu.il PI''''it t i.I t uml
Can Be Successful On May 24. |ta.> .C.'l: eet.( Uf .phinS Bllll. HIIDC'Itli SIAKKK: f i>fan ;w tuiwi H On
-:atluiui\ will be for. ard..d exIHI Schedule for the wec-k:
'"ii tilli-i t HPIIVIU, m ont'reel.
( P-id! 1 Political Artvprtis I
I Sunday May IS Chuich
01 H ,un. r"'II''I.,1 tu I lo-tuin' I thplaiiH ,
U mimi Kpei-lricatlolia by mailI School! y:45: a. m. Muriiniii
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; 11
Wois.i.p. a. III. Snack Supper f!
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,. meetings 0:30.: Evening Worship -: FOR /[/ CARGO I
i 7:30.Monday: i READY e &/

I AREA BusiNEss, DIRECTORY Gill Scout Troop '

I meetings in fellowship!! Hall -............-................... -... .

No. (IllS at 3:15.: No.: 006 at

=_----:------. --- '" ;, -- --- =0 .- ---=-h _- I un 4:30: Sub-district; No. ((107 at MYF 5:30.: ) Wesley-meeting 11, \ I :. '

Air Conditloninit-lleutiny !? > Academy T\nins: 'KAI? Oftife niiiment, | at Bethel Methodist< Church. m, I 'm .
7:30: p. m. This hip has been emptied of its cargo and -
I i'a, -
RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Office TuescUy Execullvr Committee I I now stands ready to take on fuel and more t
Authorized All.temp I meeting: of WSCj li.chuich .t.tI
Ilentlng & Air Conditioning Beauty Academy Most Fashionable I library. tf:15: a. m : i I cargo for further service. It this ship were to "

r learn a Profession In Your Address For Ladles kQUII'MENTSmlthCororueAutflort.ed} : Study Course on Acts, Ladle I
SHEET METAL I remain empty, It would be of no value and. _
!Spare'; Time. Full or Part TimeDY Bible Class.-oom, 90::' a. m. i '

KeHlileutlul C'ommerclalInJilstrlul I DRESSESSUITSCOATSWI.4IERNITY: : Den.... II Please! bring your Bible. 'I would be failing in the one thing that it was .
& KVINIVO: : ITssr.s!\ : I
Bajen-Inntwllutlun-!Ser\Ice' Low Tuition Terms UEABACCESSORIES Clary Vtriur-Totulladrtlnn Wednesday --. Circle 6 meet I' built for.Man .
\ Machines. Calculator. at hcnie of Mrs.! Jac: Eaves!! I
2702 N.E. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. I
!I ALFA -SERVICE- REI/rALi: I Ha. m. Primary and Junior IF Ir 1
377 07U r be God l.I l.
Galnet/ille : was created to a companion to < a ii-
( uiIzivllle 378276(3IIAIN ( '.A VE TI.Mt: :-dlHcinw your rrqulrrmenti i Choir practice 3 :15. Youth I
7 VV ITnlversity GalnasvllliiiLi I
with us ......1. Choir practice, 4:30::J Faml1' and when he does not join in worship with h' ,., a 'a -'

SAW.S: '528 N. Main St.. UameavtlKPhon I Night Supper [covered dlshl
AUTO SALES&SEUVIC1 -; HOMES( I 111"1 I Cud,he I U>>failing in the reason for his: creation. -
:37"-S.SM! ol'o''hip Hal)II.] 6:11I:; ,

A. & J. Saw -- .- i Thursday Chancel! Choireheaiaal I, Make your life mean something for God. / .

: ; $
Mobile Homes ----- --- t
An ItAsldl.FRAzoertc's : : Liddell Paint & CHURCH

Chain Saws' New Monn Pacemaker Sumiay' School. 10 a. m /'S
I I _ I
Finest Economy cxi. SALKS; & SKRV1CEtepalra : Glass Co. Mo-n'na! : Worship 11 a. m
lilt uA Servlr. :SUyllno:; Riviera Training Union. 8:30: p. m
& Parts. All\ :Make KVANIZE FAINT'
CavalierDown Worship; 7:30. PrayeMtetlngr
Ridgway Motor Co i irutv.1y: 'Iriu-lor Sali.sA Cnpclla 'H.lIrron. < SllJIn* Oooi I : :!, Wednesday, 7JO::! II -
!Srr\ Ire
p.iymeiit;, aa low""as $101( tub Cucloiiurcs! Show. Rev. B. T. Peavy! pastor. '
\loi.ri WuiJaws Awnl..( I I t
1132 P." Main 1.22 N E Blvd fSilnesville
: tsw:, N \V. 13th St. 441 Nortl '.ar..t.Upap". SIOFPant I -
372-3588 .. .
ll mm .otu US immsm.I]1U. aft".r r< fl|I.
&awN'II.e 372-8433 daincsville: ,, 378-iHrt: 1110101 Con"lIlta 1I0IL ..r i IIN, t\ri-hltri-fii I office tin,
Just Off Waldo Iloai I Mill ri-tiinil' ;,,,.. I TX. Own H t.di t w."-'.d B MCT In Its*) :

cyctc&eooterstreit's :; 116 NW Sixteenth 8tOAINF.SV1J.E373'l I M t'.u fontrartoi,I I I .,'mm.. Vendor. I iv. wM t I.. apmw5. tkt' kimM 04( MM ton ________________
B & G Motors Co. ,N'UITEPRODUCTS( _J : : : ) Cl. Km., ,pliin' amid,| elm, (.<>lf li'u t tlonin I t11 Iw sos>iW rf Mil Mimoi1to f.a mw I.,ewd
I .nl... nun? ut.torn.., ? .
L:A1It1jACi.DSM4)BIL) vemior' n MM ton by k.ln| Im Mlhtoc. wn.e
Bicyci/s'/ Shol 'Hie II-PIHI| | will he Tlilitv Poll
ALES Of\ SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL TOUR I'KT: SKKVICK; ."... (tin 11mm'") pi",,, ;| n>>r i-ent,; .Milentut. '4 this ,a.ndl. II. I.t. if 1.1. w o.ss' ,
lONCKUfE: PKO11UC1S! HONDA MOToRCYCLES: j I If the (ilunjt unj .. '...>iiiu.| I I 47 Mist II $5.Fy w c.r .4 50 .,N lem _ I Ivs
.,,1l.m. flection of Used Car CushDl..n.a Scooter u i.i,," .ir.- r'I,1, .in (fiiijil. ton i nd rtw fiMdwni Iwll wt InM wftn A
*V.k.". On C&><1Jlu.... Tiutle ARE THE BEHT: FRcrti IRENE'S ill. l....1' i II'I'h.! .. t..1. "L on ulteipuceliit hs ..1 im..it The.t.,., w..

Edwards Building Uuf'allSAZuo..pp... I of hid., til* refund tell! >i MMit f M.4(.Nw.KM ik uM uwrtHK 5...
**UI N. W. 13th. HI. 441 Mot.orcycles-Calee & S<)rvi- Poodle Salon I,lit Hfleen m ? 1m.i.. tiers ($!5.1111/!) |I..l.hi..a. TA Ownk hf *'. Mlit .1 DM Mllm.! kMMiy -v .
Inc. lUX I'II.im.u| l I .he. l'u Hll.lll' II.made .
fUUNK!: 1767&15Pinna Supply, UCHV/1NK:! ? IMCYCI.KSl. POOItLU,; OKOOMINO: : I ,. ,. 'pavnliltt' to Ih.*. AnhlleilVeimr.il I a aI I I I 14 eS s.d W i. hy mee, h.sww. .,

t.ou'k'-nfh' & Sofe W.rk 4 S1TCIM.TYOioomn : : I < !e Mlie< ..|.a: >!....ural ,i MiM >)MM ufloU m4 MHHtlfoM toKM I
T8. M. 1\1all1-372-48' .. ,
818 \.S'. nltersitAxe.. ulieetn. for" tlruwlntfK' or |atreft,. oNJ A hwdl km.s I Mil Mw traMlMCI .d _
Performance und Supplies! For *. .. .
'II 0-Ut|!luim in.iy I. pill' I IriMftrniiii : _
nAINESVULE. FI..A qlnr.rln. fi-1181 All Breed!: I I (HIP Ai,'.-111''''''. .ama.. rollownn HI., tot s.d SsaMy, HM 1,55 .k kaiiM.1 (
SAAB < icrtiiiitK, ) : I r viN Ml turn fiM ht ha 41 U lM4 rfew.
\I lOroW..J.ESTIn() ) ( ( : Toy Stud Mcrvlr*- I C.,..., Ad,
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';i.iri: flI( \JO'I'OHS Far Kale;. "tt m lige' fl.111 I ) p..r .h. II :
Puppll : plum ;:1 I per' fenl( *lux JL
i: t'1..oIrkllll"u. 10 -
I per pagplus "
ELECTRIC G'0: S. :Msiui(11twcvllli I .o.mrut, (uxN'III I I II
CLEAN USED CARS CYCLE SHOP .. :n-oooo: I I | >- All r.m|am..tx' for plitn*
Motor Repair Co.Of I li nil ..|'.I..I irifUtlullH: : HepurittrItetlM : These
Io31 9. Main Uameavilli: : iif ilruwlllKM. ,or piiifeH oip < I Religious Messages Are Made Possible] By The Following] Sponsors
( arliie' lila. Inc. ;I W", <*<'Ifh" :"II..,"., Minn, hi nintli
Phone 373-21:10: : ()(JC\TI BHIUnRKTONBM ) [ :; : 8WILLIAMS lliioiiKli'' (11,.- office. I the. Aii'hl
Hepalrlns: Rewinding t*. t Farmers Mutual
New and used (O '1 .1 1C C: V Hi I. !I.'. S I tKn/ h Mil i lutll be uiiompitnled Koch Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CO.

Neon Signs Inc. I.\ u tufthlerft ,ill.t..li ur bhl l lbnnil Exchange
Tropical' Pontiac, "OltK ..aIt! t!\j'rEF:1): : <'m.mnjd..tc' |) Scr\ ice ,1 Piirfi m in. I tht- unitiiint t.f & "per .' 'ttiU) IIKAI/III: I IS OUR OF STARKE
ii-ni'" of t tinhlil, pnvaule to 'ihc
Inc. lOliU: H. Main Gainesville I New & I INi-il uiarhlnes In stork "!''I11tJ1 I'pVlth Ulllleuuii'* H..m"r.I i.f f'ulillf) immet"r'net' 'oil or l Feedm-FcrtlhIjermSm.cj! MAIN' COM'KltN": 6..(0) N. Temple Avenue

Jo.u'y: Km-ini'lnt, Tcinii/ Uruilioi. I t'"I.V. l'U>rhlu, aelfletn Poultry Kqulpnieiitt'NICO : Free Delivery Ph un.. !9011191; I Ph. 964-7721
Phone 372.8:118: PLASTICNEON SIGNS .
TRUCK OMC CKNTER Available gum I.iiile"t ..|log.t. I html Koixl: I l theiii Cult Ii ...e Ullll.*.,. Petroleum TIRES--B'rrEIIES:. _ _ _ _ _ _ _

PONTIAC "FARM: I KOUIPMKNT; :; '; .1''I N.n. 8tli Ate.MOVIKS Sale, -Sprv1ce.Malntenance fill I hlilili-r will enet'iite anil, film. Prudut-te

no: N W Bin Ave. we8V1I1.) G.llnt4vllltt! 378.l6GO: Erections: Alterations a ixli,, ,lo. tin- Hounl nf Hubllo I In-. SLADE GAS Lawson Meat Market
I.t Ir"'II..r Itiuilfoill Cummty.I"ioraml.m
":IIR' "Your Designs or O.r." it .bonil I.tiC aiCml t.> 11 Bradford Abstract Co.

-- Santa Fe Tractor, ( : Sum, ,rI lv luiiipiiiiv i It-....ms.i l I t.. .1 libllfllniHH and Appliance Center AM U COF.D STORAGE(
2720 N.E. 20th Way III. Klorlil. miami llMletl 158 W. CALL STREET

CRANEUNCOI.JtIU..I.R Inc. Gainesville In I ih.. l MI,I i m.d| Kluli-H' I TreumirtI'ep _ _ _ _
Long Distance Moving DiV 372-I10U4J Nitel 37d-S9G4: ii m I nit-lit, ill. c'eptuble r.., Ph. 964-6881 Starke Fla. \\f SIMM kill/e In ('...tom Slaughtering .

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Authorized Sales. & Service Storage 1'1.1.-' ., |ratill"| within ten ((10) tilt)'. -ftet. DeWITT C. JONES
TII.KS & TAINT .heinix. itwaitletl. the contract. Edwards Prepared For Deep) Freez
B04S E. University Gainesville .Farm Tractors A ImplftmentsFord Shipping Stlil. i i.tiil. gmma. null. ..rIng the pelfi.riiiitui Grocery & FUNERAL: IIOMKS():

Phone 372.4251 Industrial AlachLnery .. payment i>f halt l bond i i ilo Mkt. PhONE: 4-8i8l
Tenney Tile & Paint .
KSTIMATRS CALL ,, lit- pi ,it t hy the CuntlHctoiN Starke Ph. 9G .2foO(;
Crane's Imports LANDROVKR( ) Wheel Drive FREE JOH S-"f ANVILLE TILE :;.. Militi't, innv withdraw, him _ _ _ _

Volvo' (Mercedes-Benz) SALES, PARTS SERVICE HILL'S MOVING Vinyl Vinyl AsbejtosAsphaUMixir bId r.r u perloil uf thirty ((10)i1nv ))). C roeeres-Meata..Feeds: Keystone Heights _
ufti-r, the tlat. et for openInir rp,
FIAT-H1LLMAN Gas & Oil (i'fJ 'i'e
: 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville! FInishIng Prodlictn til. reofTiit l Ih 17:1-3176: d .
& Storage Inc. Ph. 961-2182 \\ c\! ;
Floor Machines Gym Finish lontruitor! will be reiiuireil Stark Fla.
r01) N. Main Gainesville _ _ _ _
u to ioinpli-t > ml III projec l lultlnn
Phone 372.4373 Phone .1762348SI'PIM.IR 3310: N'.K.Vuhlo K 2222 N.W. 6th St. : tin. time wt > STAHKE INC.
GaineqvilIp 372-4271 ', Loudon's Merle Shell
Oalnenvllle 378-1302 Norman.urst Service
(.AUIKN J : I ** The' ..t i-eHKfiil, bhliler., If any, U.S. :301 NORTH
will I he notlfitil. within five (0!; CAUL HURST
,AUTO SALVAC3E :MUSIC THAVEK <,lm., lifter' the bid \Ie aeeepted Cosmetic Studio & Heautv Shop
Hvy. 301 & 100 Ph. 9016111LACY Ph. 969-3801' Starke "'Ja.
-____ Johnson & Paris Inc. The HoariJ of PublIc Inittriirtlor m 117 !S. Thompson Ph. 00.1-3081. "
of Bradford. County. FloridareHerveH ,
LIPHAM MUSICCo. House of Travel If Your Hair I.n't Becoming To
the right to rejeft an>
.Pau) Auto Salvage' Complete Line of Inc. I INC. uml all hldK. and. to wulany You-You Should Be Coming To f"s.
Informalities. CON WAY Charley E. John
We Buy Wrecked Car. At 8EEDSPL.STSFERT.LlzlmS' AIRLINES:: .
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TOP PRICES VAL LIPHAM STEAMSHIP; OK 1mtAiFolmrt'OlNTY. ; Starke "66" Service American Service Station Agency

All Make A Models lJ..... R. R.I : 1-'I.OHIO.
Part Supm( PIANOS;; ()HO.SnR{" IS Iloteim), Car Rentals.. Thomas. L. Caiiex. Jr., Sup..rln. HILL EDWARDS and Bus Station 131 S. Walnut Ph. 8...-.2 l
We Rent F'ertlllzer Spreaders' and \ tendent.
Gultitr Amplltler .
Teletype 8ervlceWe1.11I Weekdays 8:30: to 6:00: 4/J1 St 5i Brake Sr-Ic -\\hfrl. Balance GENERAL INSURANCENobmly

Find Any Part For To.. 224 tt\V 8th Ave. SHEET MUSIC 21 oJ 6 '1-S Wheel. Alignment Lacy Conway Flying Service nut obody Underaelto

OalneiTille 37643121N.P.aatock1zd PHONE S72-047 Oalnc,\Ille !Shopping Center I 3415 W. University Ave. A Classified. Ad hi the TIXI,: 617 N. Temple Ph. 904-8881 IimtriH-tlon Ph. D64-4031 Charley E. Johns Agency

.. O&uC41VWe. yu. 372-5353 QiUnesvUla 378-1601 JKAPU .brings t rMiU. i ____-


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