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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 19, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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U. of Fla. Library History

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r High's Gas Tax Proposal i TELEGQBHI




Threat To County's Road t


I Ctablthel It879'

(KIUTOKIAI.The ; ..
: '' : Tlll'KSDXV' MAY In. llil!) > N\f1IUt( ; FOIirV-SEVEN:

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:Miami candidate for Governor. Robert


in has a advocated manner which redistribution would-If of carried Florida out- $ :I Murder Charge !' Nine ContestsOn

road programs both primary and

Mr.Her u counties of the stale

Printed below arc excerpts from an Placed Against


Threat to Southwest Florida Road Funds.
Migrant Laborer
I ciple involved applies not only to <

, ,counties bu.t to all so-called small counties ,

, including Bradford. A migrant laborer' admitted i' Ballot Tuesday

Says the News-ProHs: the killing Tuesday of a

I "The. last person In the world. whi ought) fellow worker Robert Le"
ninth<' in Lee County about gasoline .I Ross SVyenr-old Neon from I ]r.raillnrd ( 'ollnl v voters will return to the poll.

work is Robert King High. If the Miami Pensacola and Is charged Tucxlay( and holly! Hwt t : a Governor, three State Sen-

with murded by: the Bradford ator.! ", one!! Ufprcicntative, a if'ounty ('ommisioner,
i jmlld.ite ]had his wry Lee and the other
Sheriff's; Office and member of I th< Florida Public Service Commi.sAUo
a ; -
Southwest (Florida would get a lot less!! road Bryant Whitflcld. also a

they do now, so that more could be poured 40-yenr-old Necro: from Snow 1.ALn. I
on the Stvond Pii-
and the' other big counties. Yet, in his :; Hill. V; C. Is charger! with I Committeewoman.
mal y ballot will be contests Clil'jf county rat es
blu Jll'onlnJ Ross with a support among
here .1,1lit week High had the. temerity to
Cot tftnte Democratic Execu-
prom remaining on the ticket IsI
a two-tier bunk
the basis of his road ( "
localllupPol.t on
thc Committeeman and I
the contest for\ Count Commission -
bed, according to IJrplltvRhel'lef
"High declared that Lee County gets ; ; District Four r''h'
Dolph Rr>dcllbh. A I
"rats on each $1 paid In gasoline taxes Incumbent! Jessie" R ChI :. -
) post-mont'Ii( examination bv WHERE TO VOTE ,
load work. He would fix that, he said, by ) ; i a local: doctor Il1Ilk.1 u'd Host i I lain :a vr.tl'l'alIff 18 veils i .ii

I the primary road/ money on the basis of f I had n broken neck and .< I ON MAY 24TH I the board. meeting/: n 1'1'' ,g

In, ..tl' tag! sales. Some'; fix! i i concussion of HIP brain hut t '' challenge' ; from Maurice: Edwards -
polo|' ]i'i Is. llr" list of ,Jr. Who fiC'Tcn{ f"l
\\ : : was
n liitnr! ) L is' In titr1'I
The state's roud rrpni yet -
primary money runes', ; ", hint. Tliurt-
| reived.Whitfleld. iinlliM. l pi l if In it! four cents of the seven-cent gasoline : ( ) ; IJimiile. \\ hlh'-
told Deputy Rcflrlish thei. "'"i 1"" Primary.: TlIe ( veers ago.::
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money, is suppose! to bo spent by the State | he hit Ross with n bpd I cia: I'1 li': :lit.I I : KiKauft!:; and Mi' Chasiliilu l-
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to build primary highways where they are ( I post when Ross!' enterp'! un I I IV No 1 Liiwlnv\ City ran npck-an-iv' ck In tie'
regardless of where it come from (* *' ) invited his scml-pilvafp enclosure Hall First Primary, with Edwa: d-,j

lessee to favor doing primary road work at the Bradford I Ni, '' -.' Lautpy Iteci 1 callonCl'olrl' lending by narrow mar 'in

t of need but his proposed allocation of : Banquet County Labor Camp near 'Islinwbeiry wharf 1 I.I I. of 35 votes in the final

road money on the basis of where the I HPllbronn Sprlnzs. Another I I I Nn 3 Bradford County count-1.484 to 1.440!) lor M.; 1
I : : George Pierre local nt- Irnir lUnlfllnw.' Chast.iln
' duced would destroy that principle. ; : worker! John Frailer Ft ,
j ; and David Cuatcs.' pro Lauderdale Is bring held! No 4 American Legion Hums VH Hitch i
' "High "poke, of primary road funds( I : of the new Holiday material witness. Reddish!asa I Hall. St Itl k.'. T'IIvote next Tuesday w1

avoided mentioning( the secondary road : : : / I I said. i N.> ''i\-BUS auditorium.No i prove> how effective: iu: :: b- "' t..

I' talk here, for his program on the ; I)I : of Appreciation Ross had no Identification, I B--J M. I Buck I Nor- defeated! candidate tho'.'\ ,
I :
would be even more injurious to Lee and : ,I, Florl.a.. Vocational but was!! Identified. throii"h titan)'L; garage\ Bay less III h- Kellv's endorsement and } s

Southwest Florida' counties than his was prevnted; by prison\ records.. from the State way live ,.iiiri'-oit\ of Tlt>bi' rt f KHl'fli >,

J gram The secondary road money comes l Thomas by the Ted Prison at no I ford. He htH I Nti, 7-11.113 I lllnh Hchool : for the aino: ,nip'
newly-ai>polnted head .
Kelly carried "
other three cents of the seven-cent gasoline! served! time on a 10110) conviction uym
:\ Bradford-Unljn: Area I No 8-Starkr nrmnrv. County In the First Prim",
I allocated to the 87 counties for amrravati'd n :stl-
by a formula : I Training School. alt. Some of the workers at No. 0- Southslrttt( Elemental : with n total of 1 Lsn to 1. ">!9''

on three factors-the population of the :; of the Bradford the labor ramp) htvl i heard 'v School for .trns. High ran third n

I graphical size of the county and the cost ; : Land JudslfK: Team him he No 10 Thel'C'sJCom: HIP 'Unty' with 7fi5Followlim .
\ : say was! nn ex-con
and bridges:' that the county has built : presented certificates vict. Deputy,: Rerlcllsh said munity Mouse : the lead of tin-i''

money prior to July 1, 1931, when primary .. Hrwiiri nf'-' RlinervlsorS Rons fell onto a concreteand !Kn 11 Hampton! City defeated! candidate! th" Ke ..>
!' Bradford Soil Conserva Mall Iv or"nnl/atlon' / in, Riadfoirl
roads taken
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were state
cry over by < there I Is some; (qup.sllon" ns
District by Lonnlc: H. No 12 Bradford County joined( {fjnes, with Huh sup-
"The reason for this last factor was that to which might have been the
The members are Ray- Libra1 portf'rs and have been veivactive
pose of the !secondary! gas tax primarily 1''I!' I fatal blow beliiT struck
: Thomas James Sellers No. 131T"I'willf/ Mo- locally in in period
I off the. bonds that counties had Issued to I .-" Irs Lawhorn. and with the bed )post or striking' between primaries Wl.."'ier

for the state. The reason for the second : Paul Hutchlns. his head on the ham: floor. tors.No.. 13B Broughton's, their efforts will be :suc-e -
Deputy Reddish said Rossapparently
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account of al'eR. is: obvious-a ,, : Bradford Chapter gavel : Store Graham ful In carrying the county'>
died;: Instantly
.. I < to Vlce-Presl! remains to be
-. county needs more miles of roads than a from one or the other or a No. 14- KAte Struth rest, for H'lth sneny f1o
; Larry Gladleux by Ad- when the votes are count d
But the of Miami wants to eliminate ,
, mayor combination of the two denr-i: Sfarke.
1( Hutchlns who said he Tuesday niffht.Johns!: .
factors and distribute the secondary road 1 I blows.
No.
15 A- Brookcr Com-
; to !glue the youth And I thins
(on I the bails of population. The Incident, mnnl'v Center.
j I ; ! The allocation of two cents of this ; I he paid for one he ; approximately 1 a. m. Tues! )N'o 1SB -Moody V StoleNew ntoilal races centers locnl'" '

I. tax money by the three-factor formula is... I )I' / I day.A River. In the battle betweenStnrke's

in the state constitution. and could be (' j !' Silva exchange; stui Sen. Charlev E (

a ,constitutional amendment approved: by l I i Brazil, was' Johns and Hal Davis ,of)
tore nnd ratified by vote of the people. But '! ,[I I mid- short rl'colfn-I. Public Hearing June 6 Quincy for the District :5
t :
j participated In the vo-
, tion of the third cent of the secondary gas I I ; seat.
| this yen I'. Jfhq ledi' the three-m:
I officially{ as! 'the seventh rent is I
a statutory !
Knight, who lias been
; field In the First Primary
; the Legislature Itself could change at any : I | chapter1 unofficial Opinions Sought with 39.510! votes to Davis'U ;

"The four cents that goes for primary !' ; j ; for the past I several< I : 731.: and 27.312: for Sen J,

statutory allocation which the Legislature. : / \ : presented a gift. Emory I Red I Cross of Oaln-

1 by itself. A big-city/ Governor bent on >: !' ,( '' Hutchlns:: Curtis Mar psvlll" Johns WAS hi'th mann

allocations, could have decisive influence j I I : J. D Odom were On Sunday Hours 1S (cooties... Davis high In
I ; 1 gifts of appre his
'ity legislature that Florida now will have l j eluhl: and Cross in one -
I ; I by the FFA members home co"tilv of Ala. hue
n f reapportionment. ,
I ; I < / public liPiirlni' .on" June firer.' u.'ul.: '' 'Hut' It one dust In Dl.trict. 6, Sen L PPctel
"Lee and the other ,
counties
of \ I
: ': 8 has" been' set by the Starke not -tell b'' ci!' II ''lln be clu.s- I Gibson of Perry Is in
: have fared well with their road projects, !! .. 1 o. 10/1 City Council to sample: 1 public II ',lfI. rl .!t. ii ice,'leatltin ciMitcr he run-off with Hen B. C

Hums They can expert further progress 1 ) : opinion on nn oidliMii e "II '"V.'PVPI' we now have "' 'l"rp of Pnlatka,. nib ''n

I i-lfcticm They can hope for nothing from ) : r on the booits! which requlrithat huts, HI' i I't'' biiikhtcii foi -olle I tin' "11'11 vote ''n 'hI'
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'" "" I all places( of iimu->enicn' i Ilid', :li'r, dill:: il.IV.. Opel! nl lull OfI 1 PII .;.t Pr'mirv" '
: "I close on Sunday. I Continue! i On Pane Two I Tn nt.H-irr. 25 t" 1 T.llainsveins -
.
I Wlnt goes for l.er' County I H, certainly ,i '.'' CILoldlnlnce no. 157-A, James F: Joan ".
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! foTh./ .. primary, as well us the secondary .. ( actor ina: to Attorney acing'( \ 'nd lam T"nntie' are in t.te

I grams of Bradford County would be Plere-1, makes I reference: t<. "tin-nrr. with\ Testate i poll'nh" ) '.

f I distribution of gasoline taxes, Is ever put on i I .I flvrs[>ei'itlc estab'tshincnts ': lii"hesr. vote on Muv 3.

, lIOn horses th.it Is, if tho money Is parceled. '11 danri'' h.ills.: pool halls I skate For Florida! Piib'if' 'Servi e

I counties In proportion( to the amount of the I links bowling alleys, and I f('l'm"'le'llnll" < O'ciio i t'u' '' '

each, lollects bllliiud 1 1 looms. Pierce observed f efnn: ."" 'I'VV ratter!
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:! 1 however, that the particular ; tiI ''n th'1' run-oft with MiamiPomi.isotonpr .
""rtlon of the ordinanci; J 'B Bo- 'I I
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: ,'e'llllJ' loll! that nmusemen I. Carter was hT ilv Ifl'.O"'fI

Wreck I : ; place, close on Sunday has '>v nrnrlfrrd! 1 votl"O11\ flu-'. ,
lot 'Leen tnicirced. I BMIf Primary! and also a
BOOK SALE : ; f
Tin' council will have t, l statewide.

:Sponsored::; By Gerry ;, \! amend, that ordinance to allow Ilrrnnrnittc, ('"n"itlppFor ,
i the bawling alleys and! the post of StareDemofrntic
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Friends '
Gerry Olbson skatliialley; lo continueto t Executhc! CO'TImlttC'rmln. -
Of The Library and Mrs. L. H ( op"ralc on Sunday or rltarthem u Incumbent L, x
Starke. was : I Tom Hilixiircli:'' Stark' down. Pierce told the Glees, t is being chpll.r "r\\ h

1.-J3: : S. Walnut St. early Monday I < << Atvnrds. lit. the' 'aiinuul I council' Coin nd ..ni..n Rub Tnm. L I fJunl I Temple "

'on his way to l ,are freshnieii. lit. Itruil-. John' moved, however, to( hold Brooker

;May 25; 26, 27 28 i Kennedy. I \ / the nearliu at the next rl'Jlu- \Tr< Luclle' H. O'' ""er, ..

I The accident : !' lung' council meeting. and:!, in "umVienlState Demoe'iit' .

Hooks From :5c Highway: A1A 1 the meantlmp, to allow( th I ''eciit.ve Commltt' "pw >nin '

to $1 i driver reportedly I .'kaUri'! rink and bowling alley 1 is oppose1 bv 1 Mis Left ,'

the highway lo reninlu open Sundays Tpm-le of Brooker. i iBra

rAnt and I : ) : : An opinion as to the different ,Itord! Counts' p'' '
with Olbon's Woman
e between a pool hall rhea 75' per cent of 1' >'
:Student; I (CouncilScholarship Oerry H in I
I' cud nn amusement or rec-- -tipri-th! : In the F'I" Pt
:; Fund Cape Kennedy. > f-atlon center asked by R mars hut some sl'i .'-c'< I Ii,
; Snake
Huge Coral .
to
neces arv I ;
C I Pec Wee I Damoler several .ff is nrerlictPd\ for n"x' T...

Showing ternnl spleen The : i weeks ago: brought: to Killed Near Here day due to( theOio ''u !.

: injuries Unlit the Sunday: law. Dampier count"' races to ear Id
"TOPKAPI"Thurs. at this time.Work I wanted to know IF an AIM.n I us liii .at. Ihi'.v rnnu-' enth"siasm.Pn's .

) (: establishment; where pool is!' Ibis. S.l-lm\ ruriil Hii.lkivn' .." open at 7 a :n '
Incident occuired; in a ,i but did not sell boer isopera klllftl 'I'ucsil.iv h dark. driffii -
!! ., May 19 / I ', trailer located on the I played > olose at 7pm in tnc! i" --i itv's
On New )'I Lake.I I I to( people of any ageand : and Ilirry llniistini.'Ihf.y 17 precincts
] side of Silver
1 ( hixn.tkc mussing
7:0: () ".)1. I both sexes, and which remained MIVV
I / Is owned and oc- west of Penney
: open on Sunday couldhe SR-1B just
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Construction :; I: by David Martin a .. HistoricalSociety
Florida Theatre : I frmej a recreation( cen- Tarots as they ri'Hiriie" l frinn
week on a new l i i t < : i ; equipment lalesman.! ter. .u rishiiiK t trip| lit tli. St. lnhiiH. To MeetAll

Carp's ->ther of Joel. lifer .mill killed. it with .u
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:Students::; & Adults 50c Stark Plaza '! Attorney: Pierce ruled Tues
Children 25c I I Ths { to Reddish Joel : day nlRht. at the request of slii-k.. members. and prospective -.
new !
66 by 100 ; \ and Mrs. Richardson!' I the! council Recreation ComI I I L. %. ll'peiichi-r) linker members of the n, w
:! in Gainesville about I mitto, that the sale of beer holdiiiT the "moniterO.t.n.t! t Brnd'oid, County Historical
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Contributed give the store
This Space ; I Oklahoma I
I 1,500 feet ago from makes' an establishment!\ a alone' for the hill but lie' w.ttthe Socl"ty are invited to attend
Weekly to Publicize I sent square location I :! were met there by I j pool ball As long:;
Community Events by building on W. :\ :: Martin and taken to 11'1 sold minors could attend, the. photo was sn.ippcilThis i,2:1.: m 7:30: o'clock in the
said the
I Lake. Reddish he said snake is the largest "ienIn I Bradford" County library
The CommunityState Carp's expects I told David Martin they I "A pool parlor that sells This| | area. tapping| HI'jIncli Dr. !Samuel Procror. eiltorof !':!
Its nsw home in ,
The I !, beer is controlled in that respect : .P.s| 'ln"'il klllrsl on one' of the Fli.ildn Historical Society -
Bank guest.belnsr I ) h a letter found In under the laws on the ;\','rrlll10'1111": ; ,,'.. surs'eyhigpnrlirs will be the speaker

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'l'IIt'U"n\v. MAY 19.19 1' (II
HHADFOUI COUNTY '! """I'\IIK'I'1' (.,mUD.\
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I Ii Mrs D. M. Perryman haM' Mr .ind 1 Mr L. D. Vining Bridal Shower I. Nw Officers : Second rlvln : at 4:50: pm She died
i \ 30 minutes later. ARE TERMITESDESTROYING
I Primary'I'I about
returned to her homo In De- visited Mrs/ Dora Fonder In I
In the
Funlak Springs after three' the hospital at Huhira aIL on Given In Honor 1 ftt\ned I Bythide Reddish was assisted Deputy Robert -
weeks visit with Mrs. L. A. Saturday and Sunday. \ High I investigation/; by
I I Davis. Mrs. Davis and Kirs. Mr. and Mrs.\ Lewis Chaff Of Mrs. Whitehead PTA | Oreen. YOUR HOME?

.I Perryman spent last ThursI and son of New Orleans La. I Mrs. Glenn W. Wnltehead 1'11\1\ Stovke Southside Ele- Opened Here !I
the Hotel moved back to Starke I TREE
nt
I I day and Friday have of Lake Butler, the former J"eI'Y" \, PTA mrt Tu-?'day TilE IlJTCiIIT POINT for the
GLADYS MOOTY :Myer In Jacksonville. and are living pieaently with with I Second Primary campaignheadquarters In and
Sally Sink of Starke. a recent flllI ht til the Cafeteria you write. Come INSPECTION
Mr. anIrs.'!\ Donald Meyers her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Slit for Robert I KingHlfh. : voy
Phone 964-0621 \ I..ako.Local brt.'e: was honored at. a lovely f\\1'... tonnle Pullwood' presidftev. -I I /select your favorite KSTKR-:
of Tampa were Smith, on Crosby Mndldate -
and family I Miami mayor lint' <
Uu.' bridal shower Tuesday jl\.l\(. W. A. HJKUU gave I IIROOK;; foiintilin |H'll. TKLEGI4APII. -
I IMI Mr. and admittances to tsruaford I I
weekend guests of wereopened
Governor.
E. Wilcox Jane Sullins fVl'nl'lg! at the how\ (of Mm.I t} 1( irtWltatlon.\! : i iCJ for 1itCaoA
Mr. and Mrs. W. ]], Iag Adams of Mrs. Phillip Cronkhlte. County Hospital this here last week at 321 N. I I ,
Vacac'jtlonlng. will be Lester Crews! on W. Call 1. Hobbi. principal: anfl0i.1t'Vd acA4.
of Fort Lauderdulft are '-College, Brfatol. Va. :Mrs. M.V.. Greasier was weak Include: Alan Johns. Temple Ave., with Harmon T'JlIOI'glln j
for two weeks at theAdkle homer May 20 for the summer. \ visiting relatives in Stuart Clyde Hersey. J. Maurice KJ-, Hortecses! : with M'ICrews: \ that the building retired county school. Plastic Notebook %:'i..1'J at thi
summer home on I Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen List week. wards Sr., Riiymomi Hess, were: Mrs. W. T Jackson. "i11\1"\::\ "\ construction( would be county i 539 E. Can 9643968
superintendent, us : nUGIUI'I1.: :
Kinxaley Lake. and family visited Sliver Mr. and Mrs. Huston Mc- Mrs Mary: Luke and GregorySweat Mrs. Charles Schn11 t.t. Mis. !tc1 for three klnderua'tenj chairman

Mrs. H. A. Ldiwson spent Springs on Sunday., dane of Atlanta. Ga. surprised nil of Starke t: ; :Mrs.' R. a. Potersnn. )Mrs. B cHoltzemJorf \ t'tytrt1i, ( j with' morning and Others heading up the. high
the first of the week with the Mrs H. H. Adams and Mrs. her mother, Mrs. Janice Johns of Ralfoi'd: Mrs.KlUabuth \ Jr., Mls; UlUan jfl't'I'! : ))()11) sessions. The other ramnalsm here are John A. I

Jo>>a Jordan .family, in. Lake a. S. Brown left Thursday to George B Flynn Sr., with n I : llimble of 1 Keystone Stump, Mrs. 1.., V. lUrn.n (\\1\1'\:4( \: will be used ior regu'qt'nientary 1 Torode:' ro-ch.iirmnn.: and (!lilY: '.
Wales. take Mrs. Adams' parents, visit on her birthday last Heights; William Moonof Mrs. !t. L. AIIII'YlHI\ Mrs 1\\1'\\ Bracl-s:! I INt IS. Andrews, secretarytreasurer:

Mrs. Edward Burns and Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Monley nesday. The MoClans( wed-I Mclrose\ ; and Ernest Caule.y W. J. Epperson.An !!, O. Denmark, past )I"lfV"llt Torode was nctlve In the Scott t the day to
MlM Florence> Jennings atten- back to their home In :Memphis -I I mained for the weekend.Mr. 10f Ltiwtey.I attractiveV.nk\ a"! \ of the County !, Kelly organization during t tin- Today s .
ded the Sante Fe Regional LI- Tenn. after two weeks and Mrs. E. F' :May ton 'I I nnd Mrs. C. F. Rho.len white color scheme was carried 11'VJ\1)1l of PTA's. Installed the first primary. a4

brary board meeting in Gainesville vlalt.Il's.: Adams undtn.: III and daughter of Atlanta, of Starke and William Teriyof cut in the Petty decorations 'tlI11J\vlr\1I'\ new office's: presi- 1\!! Morgan mild that the 11: :ad- make date
Sunday! afternoon. Brown expect to return next Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Keystone Heights were in Including! be ttllul av- Iebt.RtlPh:\ \ : Bryan; ,'lre1. ford County 1 Kelly: nrirmi/.i--

Mrs. Robert Brabham and Tuesday.Mrs. James Jr. and family of Cocoa Flnre11l:.., S. C. Tua :Miaa Denise Brabham of Charles Darby: and spent the weekend! with Thursday of hint week onhtisInes. Theefreshment' table In the \\rIbjl.'cretary.: Miss Carol ( the local High: supporters! I.I tnI '

Gainesville were weekend Mrs J. R. Wainwright were Rev. and :Mrs. E. F. Mayton. 1iniria room was covered, i \I t1.M: treasurer. Don Ncal.( 'I Wage nn active rnrnpnlfm in with Dino
guests <>f Rev. and Mrs. J. R. In Winter Haven over the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson I Mr. and :Mrs.' C. S. Haddock with a white lace cloth I \(fie4htnents! were served! I the second prlnll1l'Y.I 1 I

Brabham. The Brabhama also weekend. visiting their broth- and children were at Duy- and son Bruce, attended the with a pink linIng and entered I i% the second( and thirdCuncil ]I Kelly carried IPttdfni'iCounty .
had a* Sunday visitors Mr. er-in-law and sitter, Mr. and ton. Beach over the weekend. I golden: wedding reception of :! by a silver towl holding I -\ .. In the first prhniirv.receiving !
and Mrs. Lee Gibblna and Mr. Mrs. A. I. Spencer. Mrs. John Patterson of \ and Mrs. V. C. Johnson pink sweetheart roses and 1.1>-13 vole Burns' and Airs. Alfred Preston. of Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. Beaver Falls. Pa. Is visitingher i1\h'Jacksonville Sunday afternoon carnations. Cindy Sink and \ Probes I had 1,459. and lllRh run third,

Palatka. Eston Jordan, and Airs uu- parents :Mr. and Mrs. lo'. ': Carolyn Crews presiuea m With 765.Believe. I I
Pvt. Gene Wiggins of Fort ford Mitchell attended the\ H. Kramer this week. I James Tnlley and Donnie the punch bowl I
Bennlng Ga. Is homo on two Methodist WSC3 Leadership.Training Mrs. Sarah Lawson enteredSt. Thornton, who have Joinedthe An appropriate (guessIng Sunday Laws :
leave of absence after Day in Gainesville i Wed- atatloneil at the Death \
weeks Vincent's Hospital> Navy. are was played bv
\I game: ftil\nttnUed:\ Fj-om Pace one)
which he will report to FortEustis last Thursday. nesday for observation and Great Lakes Naval Station, guests and the honoree won

Va. Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Jackson \ treatment.Mrs. 111. the prize.: \\7HbJ1) amusement places' such Is Suicide
Mra. ..J.V. Kincnld went to : :Mra. Owen Alvarez Jr., and Myra Foy of Ensley, Mrs. Jack: Kiivea; and Mrs The! 75 intesta: included. lit' toIol halls, billiard parlors.

Ashland. Ky. on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Hobble Shnllcr S. C., and Mrs. Pearl Smithof I Kston Jordan entertained the Mrs. Rudolph Sink:, mother ,," I1Cr.1'1al11\ >. bowling alleys.! IContinued from Ppge One) ;\ .
visit Mrs. Joseph Spears and visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Pnlatka were Tuesday visitors :Methodist Circle Six at luncheon of the honoree[ and Mrs.\ A !tO' k.lllnI rinks" he added. '- zr''r .

friends for two weeks I Til ley in Jacksonville on Sun- i of, Mr. and Mrs. VV. J.'. Wednesday. at the horn: W. Whitehead of Lake But "1;>\question\ now Is to the trailer, )however: Redll.-h
Lamar Williams ta home after day.Benny Herlong. of :Mrs. Eaves at their last Mtl'r:, the "Sunday wade contact with Gene R 1'11-
ordl-i
six .months duty with the Williams of Savan- ::\$rs. L. C. Adams was In business meeting of the year. ler.The hostossps prwn'wJ! th<* ii1iC.\ 1 :' Chairman Can ardson( In Oklahoma City wiio
National Guard at Fort Oar-I' nah, Ga. spent the weekend Daytona Bench last Wednesday Staff Sgt. and Mrs. John honoree with R com ,iMp, set 1i lJtel. said the deceasewoman! : :; wa' % ii' /

don. Ga. with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. 1 to Friday visiting friends Frank; Barker USAF. and, of silver, service for rUht! 1/1'11 have to close them his wile and that th':y had on' I' f

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Prescott Mack Williams. and relatives.Mr. |' sun, Tony and, Gi'cg, were with chest as a memento r)f ffk'"tjll rink and bowling child. She alto[ had another I I,
and sons of Macon, OR. Mrs. H. G. Merrow of Tam- and :Mrs. V. V. Hazen I Saturday gucsta of his father, i! the (ceaslon.I 1f't'; I while you're thinklrw child by a previous marriuue t.r I
spent the weekend with Mrs. pa 1 Is visiting :Mr. and Mrs were visiting :Mr. and! Mrs.\ :Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Barker: I ) 1tuat, it," Pierce. replied. ButJohns' Rlch>--dson: said. He .ilso said

Emma Badman and Maj. and Merrill Edwards this week Max Furlong In Tifton, Gu. before being transferred to PTA rJ\\ motion to delayiltii'iii that he had made !several:

Mrs. V. J. Spengler.Mrs. K. J' uiinenn ofVest over the ,veeken AlitRkn next month. I High School until oftPi' the public: I piev'.ons' attempts at suicide SthcTaTriGaSOllne:
Roy Clemmons and Point, GA. was Monday overnight MI's. L. B. Dees of Mayo\ Kathie Van l Koolborgen has !Installs! OfficersThe 11111.111rot/ the council: a- before coming to Florida: Discovernew' .
and Mr. and :Mrs.! of his parents. and Mrs. L. of !
children guest was visiting Mr. been elected vico-prp.sldent 't\IIi1t.1\ that. Joel Martin who was alan NICKEL Compound
Eugene Norman were visiting :Mr, and Mrs. K. G. Uuncan. I D. Green and family on Sun- the Incoming senior, class at latch school! PTA ,,11)T)[ ) Irt riving\ his opisnlon.t'lcire with Mrs. Richardson in the with exclusive .

Mr. and Mrs Frank Parrish Miss Margaret Rose Duncan day and Monday. :Macon Hospll.nl School of sprve refreshments! in I th%:!I !! sfllri the main paint trailer at the time. told: ; ..11vestlsilors Nickel In b&tiSinclah'l Dtno
Liquid
In Miami over the weekend.Mr. returned to West Point with Mr. and Airs. W. :M.\ H.izen Nursing, Mm-on, Ga. Kathie high fi.'hool: cafeteria after thl:! f consider) is the effect It ; that the woman New wonder-working
and Mrs. Jimmy Hazenof her brother for a visit. of Gainesville were Sunday afternoon Is. a HUH gnidiiitu: of HHS. Baccalaureate, service Sun will>\\ have on minors was rented In a chair: when and Dino Supreme Gasolines reduces engine wear as
Gainesville were Tuesday Miss Dorothy Albrecht and visitors ofIr.: and She has 'served lu parliamentarian It I' \ I on repairs snctreplacoJ
29 WIJ money
day niuht:: :May Ill utile, action: she reached over and tr-ok; a much as 290.41. You save
evening; supper guests of Mr. Judy and Chris Albrecht of I1's.1.: F. Hazen. of her Junior class: III announced at the PTA meet. A e.-itnolalnt by O"een: Acres 38 calibre revolver from n> You get more miles per donar.L _< as \
ments.
and Mrs. V. V. Ha7.cn on Mrs. Vero Beach were weekend Mrs. Adolph\ Gay returned Macon.J. .
Ing Tuesday:' cvenlntf. 1't>- rlpnt Walter King that shelf] cocking It and::! pointing in engine-C9 up today at
Jimmy Hazen's birthday. guests of Miss Sue Morris. :Monday after two weeks In S Sap( is convalescingat : < presicU Put new Dino Power your: .
Mrs! V. J. Scengler I' contractors\ had rpclaced top it at her head all in one motion "1 >
St. Vincent's Hospital, for stroke on Sinclair Dinosaur. Be
home after a of the
business meetIng,, the sign
ed over the 3he quoted as SAY-
with "gumbo
,.. ......... treatment.Mrs. him and l Mra. I' sMl\ r>n his lot was coofJJC0fl\
,,. ., medical
-'> "" Sunday. Visiting Gasolines
-r-- <> "" > :"' ;- and Rev. :Merle l. P.ickliam: of( fifty' wns heard by the council I in,{. "You don't believe I'll d, member both Sinclair "
Hoist C. Beall of Ma- children., :Mrs.
: their
('on. Ga. Is visiting her par Sapp Agnes; lire Heath and. Mrs. Louise the Hope Baptist( Church \ Chfllrnnnn: Hurst said: the It. do you?" before pulling the tain NICKEL Only Sinclair has itl. Vy* /

gave the devotional.Mrs tlon woul-J be correctedftininPtJman tri&ijr.! sending a bullet
\Hi ;!
ents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Gentry of Fort Lauderdale, )
Berry < Charles Darby Install Jimmy McRae through her left temnle. Martin : AmlllCin Exfrin Cndll C..d ire nowbanorid b/oMt 33,000 SlatlftU SitltOk
Now j
can buy' this week. Mrs. Richard Ray and son of
you ed th" following new officers; the sold she acted quickly
that contractor so
\ Mrs. r M ljt O vepnrted
Mr. and Mrs. A. ;M. Moore Atlanta G'l.. :\Jr and
president( Mrs. P. D. Fanchfif culvert he did not have time to
that
hud broken
Jr. Blacksheur, (in. nre Warren of Savannah,
of Dewey .
SINCLAIR
\ FAULKNER'S Service
Investors Stock Fund Jr.: vlrcpl'e'slde'nt.IIfl! / Patrayii'1pe'ty
r'r'hl'\ Dr. James \V. Intervene.
spending Wednesday to Sunday cia and Mrs.\ S. K. Reyes of I
George Flynn Jr.: secvetarv. that It Reddishaid; the two had
with Mrs. Daisy Perry Jacksonville., Also visiting the' ( ) : and asked
for$20 !* I man and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snpps on Wednesday was \William Mrs J. B. Godwin' and tl'eas"urer. (..cA7e\ corrected. been drinking during the afternoon Lube Service
a month Rltch. Green: of Neptune Jimmy Crosby. -4 vpfiuest was presented by but there had apparently ; Complete

\ :Mr. and Mrs.\ J. R. Hixon Glenn Reddish and ::\ DeRch.j Mra.: Fancher presented ((\oH 'e Chief Rosier fiom the been no argument or:
:Mrs.\ Roger. Chase and son ofheeittur. : Mrs. Sperialejwith a palltpl'esldpnt's ltm'Ht'lI; :, Club for two re- other disturbance p'-ecedlrm' :: GOOD YEAR TIRES AND BATTERIES!
NO'III'"ou' can accumulate mutual fund shares on a regular were visiting relatives In '
) Ala. will be Friday pin l'h'I1! pArking places In front the shootlnu MINOR REPAIRS-TUNE-UI'
monthly payment plan to fit your family budget. I Chattanooga, Tenn. last week.
1 With payment of $20 a month-"after an initial to Tuesday gticHtn of Sheriff Of\( 140 payment-you<< can acquire shares of Investor I and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Altar Society (flat\ cr Walnut and Jefferson b"oughlI: IRlch: 709( S. Walnut I'hone 961-1691'
Stock Fund. TilE BRADFORD I family.Mr. Installs Officers /tdltlCL! ;,,. Chief Rosser aid th" I ar-'.'o.l to the hospital: he: t i- ar-

Tb-k ia mutual fund designed to provide long- : COUNTY TELEGRAPH \ nnd Mrs. J. F.. Hirdy *"'r>>"needed\ the spare! load-
tena capital appreciation possibilities a* well as a ,, and family spent Sunday with 8t Fdward'a Altar Society %1111\* and unloading cars. ---
reasonable income. Published every Thursdayat her mother, :Mrs. O. W. Bar APnlicntlons for the build-
held dinner ftthe t
.
For full details (prospectuses) of Investors Stock 138 W. Call St., ry. In Brooker. in Installation! 1111I1I\ pectol'. open -nce! the I

J'\md nod the new Investors Accumulation Plan- Starke, Fla. 32091E. Mr.\ and Mrs Jack Eaves eVl.'nll.n Holiday. Inn last Sunday .aeth:' of E. C. Lorn wereAetePtOl -T- MEN AND BOYS!

have had as \'jsllOl's11': and, \ from four men: J
L. Matthews!, editor and Mra.( Joseph Qlwy!\ :install
I :Mra. Ronald Rnvos: of Gainesville V, Woodard. Joe !Martinez
CALL YOUR publisher: the followlnK officers: president
;; I on Sunday and! Bob Envs Stefanelli () A. Gay, and! O. E. Crosby1rtrtit
Mrs. Henry :
'J&J MAN TODAY! Second class postage paidat i t' of West Palm Beach overnight vlc -pre ldent, Mrs.Paij\ ) \ appointed a committee [flOOW[
Monday.Beta At Councilman Scebcr! Oood-
Starke Fla.
,
I :Merit M >0
; secretary, | Ocdeji
JOE (Ski) VALINSKI
I I frilti\ ind One WI'! lnll and
Bates! treasurer, Mrs. Rlclv '
Subscription Rate: city Clerk :Merrill Edwards ; i
Phone 964-1075 Sigma Phi ard Richards. ,
In trad< area: $3.50: per to consider\ the. applications
:
532 South Street year; $2.00 six months. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority The banquet table vas covered Anti make recommendation to \J.

Outside trade area: $400 I:' will have its regular meeting and wns'vlth centered a white with linen} an clot ai'\, 11* roiinc-11. Oil ( @@[lg
23 nt
per year: $2.23 six months. Monday e.venlng May J'Ui\'hiv-t'e of flro hose from i
-"= "" ".ryC"' s''' '''' '''' '.)[''c'T'' :: '''''''* _ I .1' the home of :l11'.*. Rudolph : raiiffement! of yellow roseg/ 1\1J\l't\ \: Fire! Hose Co.. W Q1Jc.U:1

I Hutchcsnn on Ralford Road I ivy,' and phllodemtron.) : ; :\ : representative: was

1 :MM. Freddie' Stephens will i I j\P11I'o\'t'd BS follows: 1 500 feet
serve as co-hostc3S.. I I Woman's ClubWorkshop M: 2'.j-lnch' hose U 22 pe" T "s 44 In Carp's Sportswear! :

Set (O\t.\ !anti 500 feet of 11' JInrhI t I

Hospital Auxiliary |i flos"I ( at 04c!) ;p">r font.

Builington'sGRADUATION 'Board Meeting The FFWC District* Four 'rf\l\ purchase 1 of Christmas! .. ,4.ibrMEWS. sie.4.. 1 AND BOYS'
I workshop will be held Winead.iy -"|- 'e (!''',tlonq wn
I I The executive board of the June L from. 10 t Ia< t-M ooun.-ll! dr'ri.ie.i to lookdifferent
SPORT SHIRTS
Hospital Auxiliary Joel last 12 am.. followed! I by :luncheoji <\t\ typ's thnn the .
Thuisday momlru at the ''lit the Woman' Club <.C.CI f Olfy\ )%O'V' hfls. nt t'v' '> siiirBf! -
HEADQUARTERS 1 I Jacksonville 831 Rlverslfl. (''' of Utilities!
GifT hospital with the newly elec- I 't1 Sipt.: O-scnr
ted pi eblden t. Mrs. Loyree 'Ave.. Local Wortmn's Chip trJ. 'js, MengS.MLXI. 1 99 349

Cocoivlse preiidimt. members! wishing to attend .-., Including No-Irons TO
Mrs Carl M.ithews: reported may make reservations wltjiMrs. \ Ill" .' '... ,." I Id4 \
: C J. Houpt before Mjiy \ natalfircl! In the TELE' I
that din.jerlps, had!
(
99
Diamonds BOYS' 8 TO 18 99
CAMERAS I 30. li4.fl: brings rcsulto.. -J
i been pui chased lor 17 hos- 2
GIFT Including No-Irons j[ TO
pital rooms. .:
Jewelry ............. \
Colorful woven plaids handsome solId !-

;;{ \ V DEPARTtIlEHlrl .' '5 colors and fancy patterns in ivy.

) ",,<' L._, :regular or Henley styling. Many no-
rr;:," '" <::7 'Y tl'Zll 'r- ':. Iron fabrics in selectionl
-\) Carp's large
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(,. .1'.i2)) td: 'j. -'
/ mFl'S I I Fon Bon; SHORT ,
"..,., "'-" ''''JU kI
INSTAMATIC : ANn (;UU.S IN A ..; ? Cool Walk Shorts
Wedding Seta I..uua; SELEC'l'IONPOLAROID ; ( \

$3' 2.50 IN lt:1; : :! 'FSIM.Efl PREVIEWof L I MEN'S 199 BOYS'

; Up NO-IRON 3 STYLES 199 \
WALLETS ., \
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$19.95 Dl, l\IO'oiD:' BIBLES Men' No-Iron Korotron shorts IvY' *

Up Princess I 1'ir'71V .1 ...':c: tyles in olive black blue or burgundy v

Summer Boys' ivy or continental styles

ANSCO $ $14.95 $3.95Up In solid colors or woven plaids. \

') ii i's.
Cadet No. 11 _Name in (;oId 1 Free \


$7.95 Pearl CUI.Tum'D Rings; Jewelry Cases 151 199'' 2. 199 Men and Boys' Swim Trunks



-Channel 'Iaster UI) $9,95Up $1.00 rl) \h ''f \ AND I iVllllLLW.I <


\ ( ., 99
)
Transistor AM.'iortment of % .scitrs tNJM' MEN'S: 2 399

Charms $1.00 up and

RADIO I II I K. solid Pot MENS .'. %d' % Y ZTfl J3ENIM \ 099
JEWELRY ( ---= BOYS 199
Pierced Earring .. A4 COT 0HFORftftU ,mTS { ---l. and //FIITt

$9,95 Cuff Sets COTTON -:
S & -
\ \ \ ,. IH. 129 \
..yp $1 .25 Tie Tacs I }; : BOYS

Up $1.50 V Smartly .tailored, Jamaica* for (
TAPE .1 I tt
Choose from
now ,,, cm action Kttd Jaslex
ITn iT "
Whiting &. na\'i I I Helanca knit '
in the -'- 4
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Recorders BRACELETS Q m ISt With all the goodyally \ % '. I new surfer look and

Ident. Bracelets looks ChooiA \#HI.. .. heavenly botsl aolld \ C long 0 lor leg I and styles.fanciel.Solid t k\ i

$4.95 I colors: I ) it Built-In supporter.'PAine \ I \


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Tllt1K BK\ltrOltl (XHNTY) TEl.!""".'.", STIIHR.. FLORIDA .PAGE TIIKEE
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r I Woman's Club Officers Installed DKG Society I


Q fi In Ceremony At May Breakfast'Footsteps 'I, Installs Officers u;,,., M n

In the Future" second vice-president: Mas In Lake ButlerDelta "I ,';
To Friends and
was the theme for the annual I Guy Sale; third vice-pi'esldent, Kappa Oammd Soc- My Supporters
GLADYS MOOTY I May Bieaklast, a hl light: of Mrs I". W. Strickland; fourth
iety. Alpha Nu Chapter i, met
1 the club held 'at Wednesday W W.
year vice-president, Mn
Phone 964-0631 last Friday night at 7 30 o'- '
I noon at the StarkeWoman's \ Hood: lecordlng secretary Mr I "" Voters of Bradford
i i Club. p T Nolin; corresponding clock in the Lake Butler" i ., ; County:
Methodist Church ;
1 The lounge, where the receiving itpcietaiy. Mrs. Guy Andrews, | fellowship

Hobo Party \ line stood, and the auditorium treasurer Mrs H. L.. Speer |I hall. Potted of palms yellow, and gladioli stranseuwnts I s

Given For Class where the members Following the installation I I Mould like to take this opportunity to let you know why I thinkI
used in decorating the
F-. ilt Mrs. I, and guests were seated, were Mrs, Houpt gave a speech o! I j I i hall were", and the ref;e+:ament'',' p ' I am best qualified to serve YOU as YOUR COUNTY CO:>1>IIS-
By Crosby highlighted by artistic ar- acceptance. At the conclusion table was centered with a I STONER;' : from District" I.I I.
I lanjeinents: of roses snapdragons of the proKram everyone sang '
MIH Effle CroHbv'H Sunday I miniature May Pole : uiionn 1 '
I I carnations, and "God Bless Ameiica" after I
School class of the Pine Level, gladioli!! fled with yellow nnu whiteroses 13
In
Baptist Church Hobo I pastel shades. which Rev. W. A. Houan,; offered i I 1 I .. I lam a :NATIVE: ." IKAII! OKI) COUNTY, am ,1ft years old am
gave a Mrs A J. Thomas Jr.
greeted a prayer for guidance in married to the former of Hrooker. \Ve have five children
party last Friday night on the uests at the door, and the future. :i An Inspiring ilevutlonul1 Betty Long -
church grounds I standing In the receiving line The approximately] 150 I II | was "hen by Rosemary. !Mole I.. all of which are now in Bradford County School I am in the

glary Starlinir won first. I were_ Mrs. F. w. Stilckland, I members and guests who enJoyed I| accompanied! l at the. pi.mo by cattle business. and hate been associated with operating a businessin >
prize and Gloria Crews second -! social chairman I Svlvla Courson Tin ';-uls of Starke for
; M.s; C. J this lovely affair were many: veais.
prize for being the nestappropriately Houpt, 1 Miss" Kathryne Eprrson"> > i,
president Mrs
; Joseph 'I served by members of The Little -
dressed L. Oiay fifth grade:: presented! a Ha- I I..
Miss Veda Fish who
Women's Club were
The group sat on logs while i) Strawberry Queen; :Mrs[ Hai-I dress?d In keeping with the I I walla song and dame I have owned land in this county since 1 win l 18 years old and have been a taxpayer in BRADFORD -

eating refreshments out of: old Godwin. president of the theme "Footsteps In the Future ,, Mr,. "Muriel KOI nUll presided COUN1'1'since: then. I have been and still am interested in the FUTURE BRADFORD
tin cans. Volleyball and other !at the business! mectln-
were enjoyed duringthe Junior Woman's Club: M1"sMarian Miss Jayne Hardy, when 8cholal'shl.111ner COUNTY.: I AM I SELF. l EMPLOYED<:: AND: CAN: )DEVOTE: ( : ALL TIU: TIME NECESSARY' : TO BET-
games .
evening ;Little Women's Green, president of the I newly elected president of the were announced nnj:l plans TEH: SERVE YOU. I believe we should have a County Commissioner; from District .1 t that is AN
I
Club, ,
Chaperoning the party were Ell a Scott a representative and;! Mrs of Little Women's Club, served as for presentations dls'I'''I ACTIVE) PROGRESSIVE( : BUSINESS :MAN WHO WILL SERVE THE PEOPLE OF BRADFORD

Virginia Mae Kite I Mrs Crosby Mrs H. G. Bol- the Senior Citizens Club page. cussed.As COUNTY. With my agricultural and business!! experience and working every day I know the problems -

''linger, Mrs, John Spears and The speakers table at the outgoing piesident. MrsNorm'tn of the people of HRADFORD COUNTY.

Engaged To I Rev. Donald. Ramsey. head of the room waj covered Garden ClubThe presented to the society ,I

with a white linen cloth and a lovely brass vase en- ''I
Marshall
Crosby Starke Garden Club
''I Birthday Supper draped: at the side- withSouthern I will have a covered dish sup i gravel with insignia;the Delta KappaGammi Ii I If you will ELECT me as YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, I will at all

Mr and Mrs. Dan O Kite of smllax CPnterlnK and Installation of
Oaineiville] announce the engagement For Mr. Bakken the table was a long airange- cers per: at their last om-I Dr. Mary Zellnei ''rave an times try to serve you in a BUSINESS LIKE MANNER for a BET-

and appioachlnn ment of pink roses and rarna- the year on Monday. address on leadership, and TER BRADFORD COUNTY.

marriage of heir Uaushtei. | Mrs: J. B. Bakken Rave a Lions, balanced by smaller replica at 6:30:: p. m In the Episcopal installed) the following officers -

VirginIa Ma to Marshall surprise birthday supper last arrangements nown the Parish HaJl.Recent : Karlle Tyler, president:
Bennett Crosby, son of Mr. I Thursday evening for Mr.I length of the table. Seated at Lucille McLendon, first vice-
For Your Continued
Thank You and Vote On 24.MAURICE
Matte Support
president; Woodley May
and Mrs,, Floyd R CrosbY of I Bakkon the head table] were Mis[ Births .
Btai ko, I The supper was held: In the Houpt Mrs. Joseph L Gray of'I second vice\ president*: Edna I

Thf.ddlnjt; Is planned for yard with 18 friends Mrs. Lake City, a past piesidcnt of Bi'afford County Hospitalsnnounl'es Hart, recording secretary:
PMday. July 2"at 8 p m. In Bakkn was assisted by her FFWC and a past district director the following Kathryne Eppei 1 'son, corresponding '

the Puikview Baptist Church mother :Mrs Nelson Greenand I, the past presl. cuts of birth,: secretai-y! ''I EDWARDS Jr.
In Gainesville ;! :Miss\ Ruby Green the club and :Mrs J. W Kbi- :Mr I Refreshments were !If'rvd'ibY
and Mis
I cald, mistress of ceremonies George Lloyd the Lake Butler members )II ,
Mis! Kite graduated from Patten Jr, Starke a daughter Attending from Stake
Hand
painted place cards depicting -
Gainesville Hiuh School In the Lisa Jeanette May 14.Mr. I
Crosby graduated i! Story Hour ; golden slippers! marked I : and were Mona Canova, Muriel Candidate For County Commissioner District 4
class of 65 Mi. the seating lu'ranllempnt., Mrs Herman Eu- I Norman, Edna Hart, Reba ,
from Bradford High I Storv hour Is. scheduled at Preceding the luncheon Mrs gene Hodges, Lake Butler, a Stares' Adele Mitchell Delia\

School In 1901 and served I the Public. Library today Houpt asked for silent prayer daughter Tenna Lynn. May Rosenbeig. Evelyn Hanc>y, ,,1'<.1. Pol, Adv ) I
three in the AIm!"-.! For- 16.I .
years ,
(Thursday) at 330: pm In memory of Mrs George! ':, and Sue Winkler.
ces. He: 13 presently rmployd MM George WInkler will be I .
I Patten and Mrs. Jesse! New- I .
In Ha lIe. I
:$
children between
storyteller All -
members who
last
some died I
All filends and 1 relatives 'l the and nine
are ages of six i
year. Mrs. L. G Powell, spirItual -
invited to the wedding: andjeception are Invited to attendRefieshments .
leader gave the invocation '
which will: I olio w In will be served I' n ew. ,
church I. '
the annex I Seated at two center tables] .

were members of the Junior'i

I Woman's Club and Senior


SPECIAL EVENT Citizen's At cosmetic all Club.the favois place The(..etttngswere door' i the total swim: looks.

INC.STAUKK'S .
lf/ / l I prize was a set of monogrammed -

I inking! glasses, and ,
'" was ,von, by Mrs V. J. Speng-I
,. .- ler. I FASHION LEADER
I At this time those who have
_
'1'" been members of the Woman's of
Club lor 35 consecutive years I II

I or longer were made life' 4 ( \

members and each received a I I

I sliver revere bowl engraved )I Now you can find fresh new fashions in Swim Suits first
with the year they entered the

''I club name, the of the current club year, as memento and the- t1 1 as the Sun and Fun Season gets into full swing. Shop


I The of the Staike occasion.Woman's Club''', MVVr -i.. f our Swim Suit Department this weekend for, large selections '

was formerly] the Mother's
Club and became the Starke I at pleasingly Low Prices.
rot 1
Woman's Club in 1919. Those
who were members In 1919 a, 1 t
I i
and still members. are Mrs. W. ", 5' SKIRTED BIKINI
I E Middleton. Mrs L A. Davis,
se'
I Mrs, C A. Futch, Mrs. F. F. I II ,t iMONDRIANWESTERLY

Stump Mrs. A Z. Adklns and
.
I w.'w f + + HiPIIUCa. -\
I Mrs E K. Ferryman Those!; t r .
J' CER
I who have been members f01'1I a. is f

I 35 consecutive years are Mrs. I t' > I TWO PIECE COTTON
o. L. Beasley. Mrs. H. C. Vii '' kIILOUSON
+ )
y
I Ritch and:! :Mrs C. A. Knight/ ? f
I Mrs Houpt gave a detailed I ., v7e- i+1. HAWAIIAN

report of the activities of then, [ ;
'rF q r l \ I f club year and told of the I II '44 '("b% dI
c awards the club won at the I

I I FFWC convention Mrs. Godwin I
WHS Introduced and gavea
resort of the aw aids' the<
Junior Club won at the FFWC I

in '.itlon. after which Mis' I
:Marian\ : Green gave a resume'
of the Little Women' Club
wear activities I

I Given recognition weie Miss '
..
Delia Rosenberg1, a member, I'
who Is also State Pre.Ident of
IT'S TIME FOR
Hie Florida' Frderatlon! BPW I

Club, Miss Florence Jenningsalso
o member, who won an I
YOUR FAVORITE SALE award as an outstanding Goo :

Ramaritlan at the Chimber of I I t1tb :
i5# tE 1,115
Commerce banquet and Mrs i '
OF THE YEARPECHGLO P. O Felos a member, who ,
received an award for organlinx -
; the Bradford County

Nur-lng Advisory Council |I
Following' the lunrheon. 6 r

musical program under the t

,, direction of Mrs. O S. New- I I / r. I4u, y b" hdgt

VJ/" --- JZftVlllfliYOt:: comb was presented chairman. by and Mrs narrator.Randal I' rr r" P .Ft i

/ Chlttv William Oeorve, 1\lrll'
L. A Canova, and :Miss! Carol

MrRan's South Hide Elementary] : '
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fifth tirade pupils, accompanlj 'i ,
and nylon \ :! by Miss McRae at the piano
Petliglo, a mo t delightful rayon .
combination, feels luxuriously) cool and i w
The ftane was mad to ren- q
fresh a* a Huff of powder next to the skin. resent an outdoor garden with'

Which is why so many devotees) who insist l a white' trellis entwl'-nd with *1
*r
on Pechglo panties all year round, wouldn't. Southern mound an smilax AmPil'an In the ba naicstandintr "k- ,, ;4.l ;

dream of mining these special limited time I
In front of the! trell's'
ala,.iugs. and white wouaht Iron furnl- ,

tu-e and tall white! standards
FAVORITE BRIEF
YOUR holding white srlfllloll At "Ih

(regularly $1.25 each) comers of the stave a era huge ,, -- '''*', .
urns holding re-l wla/lloH and : f" "

now 3 for only $3.25 white Shasta daises and across ,,.....'.

I !hp front of the stafe were : .' ...
Size .1 I to 7, in Star Whit arranged! maenolla bouehs ."....

(Size 8, reg.! $1.j/J; / e'll'hnov 3 for $2.83); ) M 'e. Lx Oren chairman of :,
Public Affairs, gave n short '
tack' find stated the American
flag wis presented to the 1'1.lh '

bv Congressman! Chides, A

BennettA I I
w t."autltullnortal1at'on' serv-

ice written and /given by Mrs. I
Inc. J L Gray, Installed the
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io win 7 officers: president. :
C J Houpt; first vice-presi
STARKE'S FASHION LEADER I dent Mrs .A. J. Thomu Jr.; j,



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J. S. Griner : I 1111' iliiHitmii" \ of DcWIlt (t''' 111 V I I., J III, burn |IIaWlecl Inching the peace. use dismissed i&awwBwaws'', Ws
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Jones( Kuneiiil" Home ol K-, I", I'l' 1"101:0'' :i 1I1'I'L' and *.
Funeral ServicesSet stono Heights. Sutu' lay, :M.iv JU-Jl.: :' Willie Kennedy, 36. Negro I

For Friday Troop 70 I Extension: Home public to a fine Intoxication of $27.50 sentenced or to -5 '

Jonathan" Samuel arhier. days In jail -'wy ll1e Issue isINTERITY 1 1r4
86 of Melrose diet Tuesday.ulet Holds Court EconomicsVeek Leslie Green 24 Negro
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Jacksonville Set May 2228E.X dilvln; without license. 'j
n""n 111 A 'I
hotpi'al' after An cxt'nded1 I Bov Scout Troop 70) hold | forfeited. bond of $52 io; I

,lines He was born in Brad- a Court ol Honor on Th.us- n:::\:SIO.. HOME: ECONOMICS -'' 1>. L. Aaron. 33. Neiro.' '
day. May 12. preceded by n dilvlii" under the ilfluenej: I,
ford Com:ty on July fl. 1879 | : WEEKIAY; 22- ...tot::
wtiiipt lonst. Twenty-four of beer, fined $102.5'r '
the ion, of the late Jonathan I 28 has been proclaimed bY'
I Scouts< attended and the following .
I > L. Aaron 33 Negro:
and Ida Foxworth Griner. Governor' Haydou nlllns. ExU'lisUm -
All Oriner was a lllelons ,, awards were presen- I Horn Economics( will\ reckless! driving, fined l $2750. I
resident of the Meh'ose area ] ted: I bo! In 1 the' spotlight: } all week. D. L. Aaron. 33 driving:
\I Rubin Mullins. 1st Class:
without license. fined
a
was a retired farmer, and a The major obtuulives! of the
Paul TOI'O''e. 2nd Clu-s, Jim I .
member of the Melrose Meth- I week! will be to Inform the !, $2750.Stephen
Shuford I merit badges! I Citizenship Mac Jerrell 21, 'II
odist Church people of Florida about the
Surviving Is his widow. I in the Community educational services available' I reckless driving: by Improper;
Nature Soil & Water Conservation '
Carra R Griner of :Melrose: to Florida! families: through II speed. forfeited bond' of i
Archie Thomas III. .
one :on W. J. Oilner of I | Extension Home, Economics $17 bOI
Jacks( mvillr.! and four grand- Citizenship. In the Community programs! siniethlnK) of how I Ll'//.le Orlffis. 37. iallure to :
''the i hate vehicle under control
(hi:r'n Extension Home Economics
A Tenderfoot ceremony Program is currently 1: and (t"iusin. accident. sentenced -
Funeral ,services will be I
'wns lirld for David McHae.
to fine of $17.50 or
a
Florida families and 7
< servlm
held at :2 p. m. Friday In theMt'lrn.e ,
Johns Powell and Edward .
some of the results of Extension I three days: In jail. I II
Methodist Church
Kniaht.Tm Know That
Lizzie Orlffis 37. leavingthe Did You
with Rev Paul H. Watts of- meeting tonight Home Economics work I \ -
scene of an accident. ,
in -\rldtl.\:)
flc-latl.1l1 Interment vlll be In I IThur':lavl will: be the last
1 Members of Extension i i sentenced to a fine of $77.50or I II
the Mtliose Cemetery under 'until mid-summer A camuhave to 15 days in jail. born and] raised farm in little Flat Creek
,I, Homemakers (groups In I ,_ on a ,

Stnrk Drooknr., and lUmptin the State Lawtey.Farm I Rotary Valuable I I ROBERT KING,, HIGHROBERT Tennessee, and understands the farmer's problems.is .

will \bo honored at a WIon

Thursday May 26. uiven by I| To Members, a Deacon in the Flagler Street Baptist Church in
the tStiirke Sc nlor 4-H girls
The County Council of Speaker Says Miami, a member of the American Legion, a Mason,

yC L S j, Hom<>inal.ei-s! !: Qr.Tips Exhibit, haplnnivH for-.. w. R. I Sonny) Lee, OalnI KING HIGH and that he received his Law Degree from Stetson Un-
an I "'. tile businessman and State
6 6 Ernieinrto. displaying! Vice Piesldent of the Lions iversity in 1949?
I1 fi I articl.*** thi' hose mr-Je.
y I Foundation for the Blind:!,

Mayor's CourtA oriatlon spoke on membership the benefits at of the as- and his wife Faith have six children : Bobby, 10, Holly

'I Rotaiy: Club Wednesday ROBERT KING HIGH 9, Cindy 7, Valerie 6, Bonnie Lou 3, and Jill 7 months?
dos< n cases: and seven Bv action through assoc-

defendants faced Mayor iation1 businessmen can Rain
'We a free Rdnd.'l Cliittv Tuesday nightin benefits for themselves which

M.ivoi's Court they can pass on to the general -
Dt-:")':.tion.s Here: public In the form of Bob High\
gift for your graduate I, Stanley Hatcher, 23. public I better service the speaker
Intoxl<'lIIjl1l1. sentenced to :a i said.
line of $:250; or 10 days in He was Introduced by
lull. I Chare! : Sawyer. is committed to provide more 1965 State Legislature has resulted -

vYjs tae Blown. 13. Negro I
flKht'iu1' !, sentenced i to a fine

= of jail.$27 :ao or to five days In THE REGIS fOtftl ... MM state funds for the high cost of in INCREASED county i

I Joe B'">wn, 45 Negro pub- war :JOB write. Cmna to and i

\\L c I batlonJoe lie Intoxication 60 days pio- select) :Jour '."orU. ESTER education. Property taxes cannot property taxes. Burns told the I;

Brown 43. Negro dls- BROOK FouotaU Pea TELJCGRAPH. :-

i ------ 'I support the cost of education. counties to pay for teacher rais- .

We have a very special 4f I ""'


free...a distinctive gift for your date graduate key i ( n I t I t 12 Wides I Mll'HI' I'OH: \IMMK-\TIO\T\ l>it*lfl'l > \ Haydon Burns' "hold the line on es that he had promised. '

to commemorate .. ..... \ ..
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: ; e" *1111.111, |I"*. N. I
graduation '66. >.lll ('u"tomlade:\ sirricr:: 1 in iiiiti: I:fjv OIVK.V/ :
Uses'r i.11,' Mr I II L llnti. state taxes"attitude theBob }
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n 'h' holdrl> during
Many. Charm ... '..Jv; ,"' I For Florida Llvln* ..r ,I'll: .* following| rilfl.. ,Hi' .*
keyring...pendantor,. ,-T--JJ: I,, I" f11, .d ,,,llll nln..11,|, ? fr ",
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ret; :More\ I"II" V I I. hr '1w n. d th"r'11
watch chain Your 'ifFt. .
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YOU 'I'h' ,
?/MlfHIll*' ilumllil 1.* mill
graduate will treasure It. #.ik)ffj For Your $ $ J .IIH if iHMIIIIIlli, ,. |'h||., ell ".Til"
.....( "imii ..I' His 'prop| ''i n'M .awl,, | th, HighIS
Just fill In the "
coupon
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,: No Salaried or Commissioned .III""- I ,In. Uhllll IIAUK IIH s .I
below and bring it In today lit* HH I r' >lll\\H'
DATIVINOforyourgraduate'SDATE Employees "I'-"r"fh'ul., Nn; I'"
"oO'window Calendar 17 Vi MI, c.r insulin...., i ''..1.I.II. i iniii ,
KEY.Andwhileyou'reIOnleeaVa:( 1>.\1) & BltAl) LARSEN ( ,'"rl'I'II"n! or I'li, '" "1' N...' not committed to a tax increase groupssuch as the phosphate ,
here see our beautiful :c:; ::;n. VV V Sl I.IKU TO WORK .. ::: |I''ii>g in :s-\x; col, r ."NPo 'i', ;
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.r "su i, "r .VAS i, ,? i 11.1., '
Bulova graduation watch I .l"i, Pint.' I 1.7.: 3 I'I. i' .
oDIleDlionRemembertha CONCERTO i e A o i NO YOU Benefit N: ; I I"i tu I'nll Hit, .':, 'I 1', M I Il.! until ALL present tax loopholes industry who i in the past have
*AK" 17 Jew- I' I LADY 'M" 21 -I':. I
date too,with a Bulova. ale< Expansion lowed, Expat* N' nuIn \\lii., Ii, ,..." ." drhl.. ;;
to r o.I.t.I eenlneelet.
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There's one lust right for. ssecMrauat t II Shock rns st All Si/e-4 on Display "t41lll. H. III,
ant Yellow or eel Yoil x or Ml "f Miilil.. |1"1'. ..t\ Ming ,in have been plugged. He will received "tax privileges" the
81012Vicles:?
your graduate!} wnt. n wsi.nYri. 'HI. i r'oiinti 'it jnud'tiinl. ytii'I : t
1 I1' ', Baths "I' .1"lorhln.

and Expandable! I I I I"I.nli-KH'iti-H win Hlmll,.'h iiirtirti iii. r..d!'.itior.mncl. ,C.Mmi in'irillnu ,-VI NOT of the of Brad-
support a tax on groceries people
In law thf proper, expense
niiiiniNVK% } JE11EL1tY\ Y dVYrlhrd! i i in MID'", h orllrl.at.i t ), <
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New and Used I Mill I. uII I in HI, hiHiirm' hli|
.1 ti, I r .o'. tin, ''tut' IIOIIHI ill,.,ir ,,n ford and the of '
S-Yr. financing available I Hi., .hrxtPnuh1' ..} ,n, I"'h..r" or medicine. But he 'WILL support County state
Mini .
whlih
\ ; AimHeadquarters: I'niii.. 1 I. the Sits\ iliiyl I
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For I r.se! Our Kental-Pur : a tax on special interest Florida. f
chase:; Plan- !Payments ""II\fU. A n> MIIIV/
.-I"'k' ,.r. "rin "mi C'ul i '.rltrniiri
PIERCED EARRINGS AND Under $50; PerIont'h: ,
>ril Ciiiint< Kloruluii
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SCHOOL JEWELRY Bob High :
IKK: <>. \I'I'Ilr. I'IOM \
NOBWMobile ..H T.\ \ o1Fne1 :
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MiTlri\ I': IS' I IIKKttlir:/ : I IIIVKVMI : Is the ONLY candidate to speak in favor he grew up in a rural area in Tennessee. i
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p For youf own aVo..do at Bulova does rely on an Aulhorlzorj Bulova Jeweler.a1 it ''r. I H.! L Iptl 'n h. 1 i .1.1
Home Sites I "d ,UK. r..lI..wloll. ( i-iiri, .1bw,I i
HIM ford xnlil, ','rlll",, uti i fIVdr.d i of continuing to give RACETRACK His opponent, the ex-mayor of Jackson j
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'i.ix" . . . s e e 1 . e .1 .-. . I'll** iiMiiri' .s it,u'.. niinib.MM. nut( FUNDS to all counties on an equal basis ville (birth; records show) moved to
Full Lake! Privilegeshomestead \'H, of iHKUfllll. 'h. 01.-. "IM 1'
I lion r the 'I'ii l < and' "Its. Louisville and then moved
: This Certificate entitles Exempt- nain. *H i" In \vlilfh"pl'ip II WHH' IIH.. H,,"'I| -as is done now. (Public statement on as a baby to

Financing IIP, ,.IH rollnurriirii',uti'' Nn.:; 41 Channel 4 television Jacksonville, April Jacksonville. Burns has never lived in a

VIMII, .r 'IKWIIHIH ,Vfh I''L.1.I
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: NAME. : Lake Geneva .rlptlon ,nf [*t"'pt-it' N*". 10, 1966) BRADFORD COUNTY re- community with less than 250,000 population -
: 'Inn' Lot. an lies, 'i. Ill; IIN: ( II i |
: ADDRESS '. :.d S.M 2%. T-1,."a.' II : !'IN'aipt ,I.: ceives than $240,000.00 (discounting his temporary residency
more
per year
;; Iii \\lllh it-1* "< dIld
: TO ONE DATE KEYASAGIFTIN HONOR OF GRADUATION FROM : Trailer Sales StHllllollllH"' ,III in Tallahassee) he cannot be
All .of mi. .1.1 iiimi'T'i bring, 'inthi from racetrack funds. Burns vetoed so j
: > 1 ii.unt. of )llniilif'tril,' titi.t.1"I ,.,
SCHOOl >
On haute 100 011081118: SKNp.tHtniift : understand the of
bills expected to problems
.. lIPieht'eOpen i I'I..11.I.II'llU'HH . small county passed to protect RaceTrack
HIM h trtlfi Ht> < I '
DATE OF GRADUATION .: Sun. & Evenings: i Ii"ii ."itH Ahull. \In. r.Mli < i 11'i it i ionllnw Monies. Bob High understands the Bradford County or any small county.DON'T ,
to lav ih. 1)1"1'1\i
. . . . . . . . . . . flWl .11 id i, illifil, In Hiii'h ,i-rlir.. ab,, problems of the small counties becausewas '
>,1'1' I I.i mild Io thi lilKln'HI' bid
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ili i nl Ihi mil' i Inuim .10 rI i ?i itit. I
( ., I .' t f.i INI Montl't, .., In Month', .'I l
.III'''', 196$. which .IH th )Ili. dav
nf .1 U"". I Oil IItiili'il .
this 2nd l iliiy of M,\ BE MISLED :
IDrtti\
,I'll 'RI.1:9: A. ninny
TeI'III11/sgtll' AltfJtefs !.!..i,1.I of ,i'ln uli C". n I ...fHlaiirurd
"I'l.untv I''Inrdu. I
', -. it 329 The Real Issues Are:

Ml'n''M Til IH'KI'Mll : :
ANNOUNCESANOTI l\ I UK'III'blurt I 1'111 l 1111'. Kl.OIIIIIVti HII till'olin INTEGRITY IN STATE GOVERNMENT

i\ < .iiM. 'mi.nllton : .
< 14,mNI >"arii.ii' ,
1'inintirr'' TAXES AND
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IER SERVICE TO STARKE Wllitii Ji.xif 01''iiHiinioTli Vtinnw''
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xf "*K TO( AI'I'H'Mt:
To \\ 11"'H'. ',. EDUCATIONBurns
,
yon in* h"I.h i ) n.itii.tiil that
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.....11111.1 l In Ill' al .
tll.il \ i'u >"i\
Mann. .il ,foiirl, .IIM. ) .IIIIMI. ml r.o1
AND BRADFORD COUNTY ,HII'Sour. re i inNitfi'."I"I" ,, ni I in 0"1',p.1.|i. ulliiif i a t I.'I',|,> th.,if would like you to believe High. Before the first primary,

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.nipl\ 'Int oil 'tin 1'1.1(1"1-

't..rin'il '. !.o', Hi!>.n i Th T,.",,1111111.IM".|.1.| A \Plrn.\,.''tinsiiiilc I that is issue. Don't be Burns claimed he would get
even ,
n.iiiilii. .mil, file, the race an
t rlgind, .. 'in ih' .rn. i 'tu I,
Paint and Work 'i'li. .i.1 U i.i, .Hi,. f'llull" i "'ni' .,..n ,

Body ,,,'i \)I.'c. ,.tin,i. ,rwx'h..,, !itth'I)the ItS' oll'gnlbn..,if.. ,..Inn.PMitt misled, because Mr. Burns has the majority of the Negro vote

.I i -mil i niiipliiliit" will h tak'>n
,.i- >.n're'h'd I I | b\ *. ,.n i
"I'hli n" l.e ilmlt l.<. ,n,,,ililKl"t ili. Florida. Don't be misled.
By Ernest Green ,..,HUMuiilo.i.,,,,.. i at.h vIM In.K Hi for KRAOKORDi t'.ill' ''>llNt'- actively sought the Negro vote in

i ,!';\;'rTJoI.. .IlR.\PH. 1
Dai l*.1 thin 17th iluv ,.t MaPH. )
"* intensely than has Mayor
Free Estimates y'z Budget Terms "I'll \RLK<* A OAKU. more
,'I.Vrk of the ,i'lr. nil. i'" ,iI. '
1 I.-: 11.1." ,,. M Mi",...IvO
,pi.'x,. I'll i.1.I I Paid Pol. Adv. paid for by Guy Andrew. Campaign. Treasurer Bradford County'L.'
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n\v. MAY, 19. US8 HRvnronn rorNTY m.rcn\m: : ; STMKKP;. n.onin\


3 Trackmen t-. c .-w Saturday 8 I
: ,aa Y' 1r r' p. m.Seniors. i
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Win Places I .0' .. .",

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In State Meet + :. Varsity

EUGENE F. SHAW

Throe Tornado trackmen ,

Cnlvln VRrn s. Tony Lawson Grid Contest Se t
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A'I.I I Roerr Chiton:: placed In
the (<<:Cla. A State Meet at th L I-
YOU
; CAN BEST SERVE "
Cnlvpisltv of Florida: Saturday Preparlnn! for, the ann Inl I ,iioln'i to be." he adds.

ti Rive Bradford Hlph spring: football game a itln.: TJ many mistakes said

five points.Invvon the seniors, Bradfoirt: : mulls Line Coach Tony Griffith of

senior r'istnme' 1906-37 varsity will b- out t,> the varsity's unpublicized loss
runn. -. was tout';' m: the improve on a 20-7: 'lefe.-t: In I )'a'l sum day night.: Tin", new
880-\tl. run at 2:00: flat as he a preliminary scrlmnui last club's techniques blocktn"!. IN THE

set a new record Varnes is : Saturday.The tackling, playing>! their positions t
pnlor sprinter equaled his 'iVV1 tLJ spring's" bit same la l and ball nnndlinK.

best time of the year as he set at 8 p. m. Satm.:1Y.IllY: were ns good as they could
rlared fourth In the 440-yd. 21. under actual( : :game: conditions have bren. IIP added.
dash nt 802. l ,4 ( I t with offlc-his.(: die I MHcey! Agner armed a pair I louse( Of Representatives 1.
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Junior Roper Chilson came t !Scoreboard, limp. dork" and of TD's and Calvin Varncs
through: with a 143toss.. "FThose printed program: Adn-1 Men' one In the Senior's win. The

best of his career to take I is $1 for adults an 50 cents Seniors( drove 80 yards on the & J *
fifth place In the ":discus. \ i for students activity raids vaisity with Asner: going' over .
Se"eral other Tornado ath- II are not /Rood for this event from cK yards out for one

letes turned In their best performance <. .- The bIg' name thisvc' "k 'I'D.Thl
will I be a little closer\ llpiul: 1 game this!! Saturday:
McRac of ran the a 4:483 Yl&Ga.J.'y:( \: ml'e: | three outstanding bUHketbullent\ were award winners at the annual All- Coach Did Nurse prprllrts | will give 'fans/ a lust chanceto "I 1 Shall Be Profoundly Grateful AVways For

Jamei McCrary ran a 383 I Hportu Banquet honoring the basketball, baseball. \ track and golf( teams lust Wednesday His new varsity; playing: nee many of the Tornado

In the 330-yd. leg of the .. night' ut I the lnll..t..1I..n': (.'Rub. against many members of IflOfi state championship The Strong Vote And Support You Gave Me In The
.. most. rebouniU senior Emmett: the 1.0B5! Class I action although at
sprint medley relay: David Sophomore I'uuiIrk"! left. ; Akrldfe, mostUHMlsti state chiimu-' I teams! In ,
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Shannon did a 52.7 quarter and junior Wayne :Mcl.rod bcxt. foul Nhot and most \uluable. least. inrnibrr.. lOllS, wPl, be a lit Mo bolter. 'least foin are heading for \ First Primary.
prepared nnd A lit II" more, collpffp: on grid scholarships
Varnes and Lawson are the ,(I
experienced. IIP says | The junior varsity and
only contenders for State; BHS Athletes Honored "Inexpcrtcm-p as wp have f'hlhlhtrAde/ crldders will
honon that will be lost to ;i
mentioned. Is coinj; in be om scrimmage at 7 p. m. prior to
graduation. Chilson. MrRae. I Humbly And Sincerely Ask That You ReturnTo
I I biar: : est problem next ,year the varsity contest.
McCrorv.
and Shannon will ,
all return and are expectedto Hiir-tp especially nvs.; In the bvkfield: ;" The Polls On May 24th And Cast Your Vote
Takes
hell At Bishop
make the Tornadoes All-Sports Banquet
"The more experience! thfso; i
a rent contender next year. boy! Ret I the better! they're '. For Me So That Success Will Be Ours.
Others Coach David IIurr> i > NAS Tourney ,
counts on for next ;year are Itonoied at the anneal of tho College of Physical }< d. vuufnes/ The Torn.ido( won
Mal' h.llI Beam. Plen dnann. I spring All-Sporb. Banquetlast ucatlon and Health at the University the Florida Slur Conference,: Second Time

Jnhnny Warren Bill Belote. WednpHd.iy. were the basketball of Florida< Spui'geon h.impioriHlilp In football bas. CI1ampionshipCountry < \ You May Be Assured That I Will Never
Snnav: Sanderson. WilliamSrotIns. baseball track /rind Cherry, told the assembled ketball, and track und wererunnersup A 3H-holP( score'" of 147 ha.lvl'n Betray
: : Paul Kauffman.and golf teams which contributedto athletes and their parents. )in b-i.sohall. I Club I ": Starkr's Hnrold I IBlsh""II
The Trust And "
Confidence You
Have
Andy! Mayton. These Bradford HiRh's 1905 ath Cherry said only a few years The football team went on : Blsho.i I III his second champ- J Placed In Me.

letic dynasty and physical fitness ago American youths main. to Its first CIn.si A state Match Set I I lonshlp of the Cecil Field

program. tamed the lowest physical championship, compiling/ a I Navnl Air Station's Invitational -
Vast improvements In recent standards of all countries In perfect 12-0 recon!. BIIH baiiketballcrs -{I Golf Touranment.
FLORIDA'THEATRE years have brought the the world. Me cited the President's won the group tour Shooting their q'tapfyht, I Wliinln" by four strokes Sincerely
United States up to par with Council on Youth Fitness nament und Mere second In I I rounds this week 101':11rolC: / over Al Miller's 151 Bishoprhnrzp'

the rest of the world in physical for the push that led to the regional play-off.4. The I ers\ are preparing for the annual ,: to a low opening day

I fitness and possibly. sur the improvement. He. also, track team surprised everybody Stavke Oolf and Counliy I spore of 69. three under par. EUGENE F. SHAW
passed it, the assistant dean pointed out how the purpose by going on to win the Clttb championship, mal'hwhich HP added a 78 last Saturday.
I of athletics fit into today's group and regional meets after begins Sunday. May May 14. to win the tourney. '

boys helped the Tornadoes( to philosophy of education. winning tho conference. 22. which' was postponed a week
Showtime-Weekdays 7 I Award went to bluketballIers Athletic Director and Head Mptlalf- to date. Is UnioM!
conference, and to the recent heavy
!group regional due
Sunday :3:00: Saturday 1 Wayne McLeod, most val Football Coach David Hursc Bishop III who posted a onn- Iraln. j
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titles thla yea I' I uable team member and best also loaded his staff: ovfi'-pnr' 71.: QunllCvin\ Jcid-; i On May 24lh Cast Your Vote For The It.
"With thin nucleus and foul shooter; Steve Baker "Without the untiring efforts line It Raturdnv Mav: 21. Bsl-op| first NAS! chiirnplonsh.p :
FRIDAY, SATURDAYMay other returnees, we'll probably : : In 1 19114. i
come
In
sportsmanship; Emmett: Ak- of all the coaches we Golfers "will-ton .placed(
20, 21 have the best team I next rld{e, most asHlnts, and Paul: would not have had the success flights accoijllns: to their' The young golfer also '

Double Feaure Program year] since we were runner-' McLeod, most rebounds In each Individual sport ouallfvim! score. Trophies I II plans to enter the nnnualI Man Who Can Best Serve You In The
in the In
up state 1964. Donald Falcon the best all- which we had: I feel very fortunate 1 will -30 to the winner and nke City Invitational Tournament
, Hurse predicts."I round athlete at BUS In many in having such a fine runner-un in..nch fll-'Jit. Approxlm next week May 28
I I JAMES STEWART do think the boys have years wall cited for winning Mtaff. UtNh4J l> club members I and 21'! Several other local

t came a long way this year. four varsity letters by participating : "We also appreciate the have qualified to :date! cotter! will also participate House Of Representatives
P THE STAR OF "SHENANOOAH"IN Things! looked real bad at
In football, basketball support tho community has Civ'IP TerwlllpRar) 1 b the nmoiiT them Clvde Terwllle-
THE ADVENTURE THAT first, but some boys we didn'tcount baseball and track i given the athletic program champion uar n-id: H. A. Bishop: Jr :
MATCHES on came along and did Many other members of the : this year," the head Tornado. I : the math three!
won
I and Ins
*2 y e&ZF? THE MIGHT a real qood! job for us. he ''I Torn.id'ips winning teams : continued, "It just gave us I i times ITarold TJlshop held
< vi< OF continued. were also I singled out by their that extra Incentive to try a i Ihr title one yenrCl'ia W. C. T. U. VOTE FOR AND ELECT
TEXAS! They have every tight to little harder to be champion."
I ,
,,.fepl proud of this .Season"I Pro Bob Cheitiostates'that j "t loroirs A I.IAK. ACHE arc
will) be
I the course
Hurs said.
: IT AND A FRAUD:
for th-
In excellent condition
I BOWLING, NEWS match despite' the heavy I "I.IKF.1.1., OTHER 8WIM-
PI I I S 1 r/1D1/ 1 In.I'"01. IT KIIOUMI BE I
rains.
(;rvsn l KOI.I.S '
301 : oi'Ti.' \ivrn. i EUGENEF.SHAW
Six continuous days of wolf I
%IIXI'n: no.nur.sI Florida. Ofmd News' I
> Slaclc Gall 3: Ernie Pats are set for the (club beginning! I I

nil. Brooklyn Supply. 1; Pat JiUie 17 ,wUh, the annual Pro-
JAMES DRIVE-IN Am Tournament. A 36-linle(
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\MAUREEN :
I UI"Il'lIey.13 TIRE RIGHT POINT for thi
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Rprrention, Department, 4; club Invitational tournament write. Come In andpwlc't
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STEWART OHARA Open 7:00: ) Is set for June 21 and\ 22. way you !'
Adkm.son, 579. Holi- ,, ESTER:
Wurney <<" your favorite ( I'd. Pol. Adv )
Show Time 7:15 :
tray l Inn, 0; Cookie Mundorff, Entile for these\ tournaments : KKOOK fonrtahi .pen. TEI.EnitAI'll. j'
E1TI ADMISSIONAdults I 431. ale bring iccelvcd I .

; 75e Students 8/k/ Candy's Gulf 3; Bill Wolfe now

Children tinder 12 Free 528. B & ((1, 1 : DOUR/ Raley

BREED Friday. Saturday Sunday I :S80.Carp's(
Grant 502.
,
: 1.: George
:May 20. 2J 22 Williams. Jewelry 0; Freddie '' SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT
I TECHHICOlOB'PflNAVISIOnPlus Douhle Feature Program/ j Stephens, 537. SUMMER DEVELOPMENTAL'' !
READING: PROGRAM:
I II & VV, 3; Jim Brummctt, I DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Within the next, II> w daY!;
-. ONE MAN AGAINST ri75 Draw-Tile. 1; Bell Npl-
plans for a Junior' lllzli: School, ) ,
son. 533. M21, u/lit l !) i iItKAlU ;
Rprrcatlon Developmental Rr! dln? Pro
THE DEADLY Standings: Dept
lIH -81.' D & W. 19-9: Carp's gram will!!! be compMPd' It 1' ( ) 'Olll U) (COUNTY
17-11.: Williams 10-12; Can- our earnest h-ipe) that we, .will
APaCtleRiF'lIS ely'H. 16-12; Draw-Tlte. H.HI; be able! to handle all 'stn\ i not

Brooklyn Supply. 13'i-ll'i' ; 1 who desire to enroll In lhll Precinct, No.

Slade 7-21. B Go&, G.11-17 7-21.; Holiday Inn, program BASIC! SKILLSEMPIIASKEII. To'nte for, a person. whose name j is printed on the ballot mark ii cross (X) in thw Ijflutre: :

I : at the ](111'1'of(; the name of the person for whom you desire to vote
,
I The pro'jrarn( khoiild he of
crest: 1 benefit to alt\ sMtrtrntsWe COUNTY
STATE LEGISLATIVE
plan to take Into ronii'lrr-'

SATURDAY SUNDAY the atlon students the varying who\ will nblllUPs be enrolled of-' Governor; :-\Iall'\ ; :-\.ntl..r\ : ;'J .I (County (Commissioner I

May 21, 22 and provide for each I''jrlh'IIItIOrilil:\ ; District. 'Disliicl)' I ll..r,, ,'
( V'oto 1 for one)
t Kcnlune reading! ox-ipi'len'-1' --- --- -- Volt for
All New- All Live'SLEEPING Such baste xkllii as follows will I ----- ( --- ant-) -. ---.--- ( Vote_. [for one)
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II IIBEAUTY' ------.--- I : !
>ntsn4AUDIE reading speed --- I JIAI DAVIS -- J 1-I ..__ JKHSIK; : I K. (rilASTAlN; :: I I.
reading: compo ehenl"nTo I -- --- ---
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coincide with the lassie, ) : KINO; IIIOH( 1 I I :

MURPHY reading; Rklll. part of the program CMARI.KY: JOHNS: I MAllRlfK' ( : KDWARDS.: ..11Sliilc :. I I

1 will deal withocabiilmv ( ; .Florirti; I'nhlirSers

A \iii\\Jr. Wide. Wonderful MICHAELA Improvement It goes without :\ ire (Commission (;rollp 2 :Sale\(! Sonilnr' : DemiH-ratie Kxfriitive:",
Picture World saving In education that the Shihenalnnal:: DislrictVote ) :
mater factor for ':HOOPS l i- ( Vote for one) (Committeeman
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ADMISSION 50c --- --- ---
found In pupil' ability to read for )
( ___ore_.____ (Vote for one.) .
and to -- --- -
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Saturday 10. 11:30: IiIWIIIIHYIOCX( readi. JOK: JtOYI: I |

Sunday at 1:30 V MWAIf H.-WlTlIU... King Six rlngt' T"'I We realize: that many pArt'ntl. -- ---------- I I .L I : .'T.: "1'1YPCIf1SON. .-_!!_ _.H|_ IKX(: JRKKN.IAMKS : .:.

I CHMUSt-:Sim; \ when you n..d Mill have to make an extra JEKUY VV.' rrARTKKCommissioner.: : I I -- -- ---- --

SUN. May THRU 22.26 TIIUKS. __/ta..ur tr-r' _.,.CIIoOottI uranoe"ann'.famoa.lowrat., cheek State.;I transrwitallon effort/ In order for their'to provide child I:. t C.: PKAWK: : I I : I.. (HIM;? ) TKMI'I.K: :

I I to take advantage! of this pro. ,
"ONE OF THE YEAR'S PlusBroadway's I far careful drlrcra-..!, aram.! Ho\vever. we (feel thai I c. :Slali\ '" Senator SlHliDenKMratir I I ". .K\efuti\c"'
low that on. out of two the Drvelopm"ntal Rrnclln-j lr. 5Hi" Senatorial t l 1 I DistrictVole ), t Commit tee woman

10 BESTv bouncing |may arc Important!|I Program merits an extra efforton
bundle of)Joy...on the tcrxnl the part of all concerned y ( for !oriel) (Vote for one)
-/ y PanTHEPINOftOSBmUN i dollar And check State __ __
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IIG.It_s Farm service too-.. ,. I I
/ JVeVerLate that 'I-I JAM''US; K.: JO AN'OS I I I.UCII.I.: II. rrrF.N.
outstanding pooplo
nr otiiT '
cur mitt cdooucnci! I itfmi-: col > rv .
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incurs more cars with I JI m.i:. 111110'//t. e III %. I I -- --- -- -- -

IWcHSIDNEY .jt. .. urn than anyone ..... .... I (fn TT.re the liT 'T.)111"Estate ofT \. :SAM\ TKAftIK: : I I.I'.J.: TKMPf.K: : I
,i : Xlta. C Ho"'er "b ..ii(0".1
: ..... CaliMERRITT .
J t' A Alt \\h. ..m K 'Slay < .,.....".
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cw:: Member
Pie for detail Notlr.In" hi.rtl"> icm-n' t thutJum
BLUE : ,......... ; ,
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K: ('hn. ibun" flli-rl 1 hn| Slate' HOIIHO" of Reprc.trnlatlseaIradfeurd
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'' J final --port IID ,:..-. .ill n nt lln
: : earl.l. |I., of I';!"la f*. HI..V.T.. rl.> Clay & Union I'ngntivs f
SHELLEY ... Wg2U..
H.WILLIAMS .. ,.
,:; ceased that nn Jun. :'\ l:140! IK '
PAUL CONNIE MAUREENrr&sx 1 will' npply to t 'lh. M''.n.,,uili.| ( Vole for. ono. !) .
POITIER" WINTERS Throit .1. Yawn Ciuuilv"' 1 .",,1..' -
I iFOraSTEmffSUllJYANSwBuTJONES[ nt Br..."'....' ....n.."'''. "FInrIAn' I Ii r.UIS- ; 1'--1 I
i for appr'wat' of Hlif. fillet. r '; ) r,. IIUNTLKYKIJOKNK / I
Walnut St.
Id' 117 N.
LlZABETH.O JIM i turn and l for approval 1 or iJlHIrlbutlun I, .- .- -
I ET: and for flmtl'. .l i."hlll'1
HARTMAN 4' HUTTON and Phone 961-5391 a* "x",i-utor of HID IIIHI will' I ,
HOT 't-saaa.INn-oat'-rtys.. and t.Htani..nt of elite t* flu.,, : : F. SHAW I
IN PANAVISION .r, <\,,"'..a..dfay I 0, I'H6:
1111 NOLAN TtCHNSCO.OPANV, .. ION.e.oM VOt nn MIWI lIT....., maun PU8 MPUTMM JA.MKrt" K: CIIAC1JRxeiutor .:
WARMERSRQI.. of the Fetal. of
KHCt 11_"" _, IUNII, .
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DAY. MAY 19. 1966 _m _. Hit,\ I"On" ) ('OUNTYTILF4RptL! HTMtKR.: FLORIUA ---=- _
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Cub Pack 70 Prison Flower I medli In* In the past yi.nracorge I( I vlle!\ (1"1111 Satuictay' virl Sunday I p m (In S'mdny' Qnartei- ':I next tall and wlnti ;' ,"u' i ,,
Plt-rcp.! vli" 'j (rhnlr- SENIOR back jadii will also be held I new University Stud (' < r
To Raise Funds Show Set Today man of the chapter prexente I Fifty-two events a'e /scheduled : bundav ufternooni I In Florence. Italy

Through Saturday l a Certlflcate of Apnrecli- I CITIZENS I for the two day an II i The student were .i i ((1jon
Food will be sold and tlon to the 1966 campaign director basis of .. .
i entries are expected rom all Maria Moore I the" giadt's an I .
games played at an outdoor The public Is invited:: to attend Chris Paikci 101 luw The L .ike City Senior Citizens over Florida and several i study philosophy lelmit.", ti::
meeting sponsored by Cub|' the 6th annual Flower efforts in heading up I the mu- Club has Invited the neighboring states. It nil! be I Picked To Study Italian InnsmaKe. are 1 J'' i 11), ,''
Scout Pack( 70 next Tuesday :, Show presented at the State cessul fund drive. Mm JohnA. i : F SiHiKt' Senior, Citizens to en- ': an open show with : I In Italy I Fnclilu;; lIt rature. tin;'.., 0 ,", ;
May :fA at 5:30: p In. In the j, Prison Community Clubhouse Torodo was appointed as a i 'ov ,i covered dish iup'ier! \ and catlona. In addition cta..SII'I-1 i hi 'tov from the soph"mi, JI lethioimh
City Talking Lot bcnind the !:i starting today and member of the board. P entertainment to bo held atthe mJnoa. including English U-3: I\.fftrla\ Mooie iaultht.PI.1 I graduate level
continuing through/ Satuo.':!ay. Other than the chaptri Teen, Town Recreation: Western. Huntcis and Jump- and AHi James T.I I While In Floipnce' Hi",. i \
First MvtluxUst Church. The show Is the clowning bOArd members present, Mi t g2!__ I Cenri-. In Lake City at 6:30: ers. ot11': one of dent i will) stay at .hi-, i 11.1 i ,, \ !
It lf; the Pack's lone money Moo1of! Starke was I
achievement of the year for Parker recognized several perSons m Thiirirtjv. May 28 P'I Events are scheduled for 9 Capri, where Liaises \\Iii, .Il",
I IUn1v
of the State
making project prison Inmates enrolled in the who had, played, an\ important a. 1 117 students at. Flo.idT '
IntoI'm 0 tIn( received Inflate m. p. m. and 7:30: p. mon bt heldHere's .
yearThe horticulture progiam. andattracts part In the campaign -, i hat other Senior:: Cltl- Saturday and 9 a. m. and r lty. selected 1studY'>
public Is Invited to at-I frundicds of visitorsto Th..l1.. Included Coach David ', 1lr 'r ,,. r tans nubs in this disttlrt will ,
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tend. Hume and David Coats. who I -,
th'j prison annually.
j : also parti 'ipate in this affair. ,
were "Jniled" during the dilvi-
The show will be open today II: with \otc4( unanimously
.... and] balled out with donated!
;
..; ''''- --' "'" I Thursday I until 9pm ''hut,t ,,'II entire membership
funds and Mrs Hiirolci Godwin -
.1' ; Friday hours are from 9 a. ; un :tic J G )ld Card Honor Roll. '$!&vs'o ,
Junior Woman Club '. .
? ,
I m. until D p. m. and on Sat- B'IMS irtt.m.: the Senior '
urdav from 9am. until 12 president, and Miss Betty C <("Mnsr-ii! News: organ! of the

.cm .' .:.' noon. Jane the Mothers Morganlio March.headed Spec) 'up 1 1.il. Girl/ / Scouts Win Prize Cl'Vi-ns Natm.i 1 in Washington Ccrmty; \of Senior D. C..
to thO Teen
praise was given:
p.e Dimes v ill IJP \pjn.j!! to each I K: eiiftei ,
: Spent (Division! with Jimmy Douglas I
j raised 1 almost Senior aa chairman who < if5 I
ay On Scholarships, $1,000 for the campaign( ) t lunwa..d. til tic! Stnlurlrl 1'I"fIIlt, JS'U"I'lf't' | | :Sutiiiil.ii; ( illihlHcnrly" :* i Vnertle won I !'e dco

4k J Birth Defects fund this year :.it H.:.vlii" (.:inl us In 1'alatUn prize; of $1.
: like' I I .\HH.stiint. ; Iruilcr L.i"ll :leri'pr wnd l 'rrooi|> :3truter Am njr! 1 IbIS vnttw. .vm! JvKprrlffan
., 'J. :' "%. 'i, :Mis! V .1. Spongier chiilr- < Huthi. >M!'nff/ a 1 1'HK/ : red. scrap honk. t'..> 'IIH',ul i Itr', '" \\onu Jiion, : of the re- '
no'other man of the local chapter of THE KIOIIT POINT for tin. lh l .> |Ir//,... Troup COT'n) table '//"plt..1! l u ....n..n.ull..n theme.1Irmler J poi! tp,'. who la vts't'nu' / from

'fit ; ... : idfoid-ITnlmi March of way you "rite. Cotip In 1\1'.1..! I .M1,>rirtinir from. !SfiirU were Blrn. I'.it :Sicirlsr.;/ ; | V1et Kim: and Japan, and wil':

-! \'; i of Dimes the, )gi:"icpo.tcil 1(lUP last! at Friday a mooting that seleit your favorite KsTI-.K:" : I I :\hhi4'. :Mt-rcpr unit! :Soiuts; SIIHIIH. Vagg, Dorlsiii 1"11/0'1':;] .mill...,I return soon
BKOOK fountain jx-n. KJ.JP-: Tli next Keotlnt will b1 :'
: j $1 h 400 hid! bcin ",pi,nt on birth .lt.se :Meltire., i 1 ,
iltAPH. h-H ( Ji ;May 24 at the Pratt
I'J defects for loral children, and
I tJ.rt Rpfrit'on'! it 7:30: n
j'I $600 in holnrshlpH fui,' Bradford A Classified Ad in Hip 111.GRAPH .
m PI!'>n- will }r<* moo 1. Si" nutVltiit /
,
"t' County Htuilviita sliulvini; brings rrsulH MEWS OF INTEREST
3 .L TO COLORED 1 f'J i Lukn, City! all:1:I Ui tutu

PITI7.FNS OF BRADFORD rot( _IN TV ,'c i'leet'n"J'! ,' ,
'-' i tt' K.'ui j 'KMPaJam'.JTO t.

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*v Unll"1 Akron
in slty. ShowAt

th I\YouM\ Ohio. Gamrsvill;
j A lii'iP' wpdllns 1 K rl m'ierl I
at I'hlla:1-InliU! Baptist ThisVee1cend I
dim h lit :3 p. mKM : I
: 'IT.VI'ION: \hlST : ;; Paul Smith aridVivne :
Like To : tr''I' 'ere will iJ') a Scniarniinr '- McCarthy will be among the i
/ ." afthltv at fie' Reno Kcieral local p<'i"ini par'lclpnt How to
HpriiTtioi, : Cenfei PntuMay 117 In fie lnmli.o/ HorseShow
4 '. -. "i -i III1! lt nt E 0) o'c'ock' A.l tf en- it the Wood Road Check Up On
-- -. I Say .. ';;? -1 'rnnri Ih li' paients !incl i Show: Gunnels near n.iinc.about .-,- I .i
'- ; ;
tend-i me i.ivltpd to alien! Nk jP Your Dreams
CAPTURE IT ALL! ind etilov t he fun
From the first of light ... _
ray Mi. Jicks'in' I Is "1,1'-fill to
Tha one day is ahve.Thia .. 1 >,11\ who
: paient' iTjpeiat.ewith
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tHanK Want to how dreams coming true?
one day is so full. 5' )i'rn to mole' tie' ( RrnoRcr see soon your are

You should capture it all! .. A4" "cation Cente a worthwhile Check the size and condition of your savings account.
for lbs photographic record of your
pl< ip foi tit. 1 enFl'ers!
wedding professional the photographer services of a an.qualified eUQotlal. Yon to enjoy whoUsoiie, siper-i): How fast it is growing? Are you adding to it regularly -
- "i'(sod ret'rf nLion. Ynn con-
tlntiojs coopeiatloa! is need- ? You ability to save systematically is the measureof
Photographs will -----
you pd.
treasure a lifetime, in h",. \\(,::1)1)f: SCIIOOI NKVSI : your success in obtaining what you want most .

beautiful natural color. M'' .lIlfl< MIll RoberlFian'sii'i l I I The Annuls! May Day pro- Char Icy whether it's a new car a home of your own, a college
Call us today, Ask for ,Ii!' ,if Lawtey an- ,1 /guam will be held Friday
free wedding brochure.' For the Vote and Support given i me in my bid for noun 'e the etiKajemcnt, and I I, May: 20. )bp lnrin1? nt 12 E. education for your children, financial independence

Complete albums:, pricedto the office of School Hoard :Member District: One. appHH<'hlir) marriage of theirILLien. noon. Thp prlnci.nl; and faculty for
yourself whatever else dreams madeof ]
I Invite Johns or your are
fit budget. in"'itP.'' '. to Samuel everyone 0 enjoy
every I will) serve you, the people of Bradford County.to .
the
There
p I i-: of Ta1i t the best of my ability. lie;, tie-elect[ is a 'raduat? many etents for you to enJoy -
BULLIHGTOHSTUDIO i PJK Hlwh School and a Thp Band will ppifovmEvPivonp ,

Thank You 1H65;; itiaduate of TuskegeeIn I Is lir.ltpd! to th, Savings In By The 20th Earn From The First
H. W. "Buster" BENNETTPd. .
tll'ite Ala. Her finance. nnnual sermon that will beheld I this question:
who attenrlec1Vc'Ft&lde high: I Sunday, May 29. at 10 I
PHONE 9(51-7271)() ( Pol. Adv) School at Talladesa. Ala will n. m. It's a horrible feeling to Check in with your savings every payday at .

pursue/ further ttudy at .!VflTIf'. H,! !inland in the barn door

,'" ... ., The::;; Cltl/on.s Committee.: of I and see t the hail beat
'e '\', ....... ':, _...:..:.'.' ;;"bit'f.: Bradford County will m"pf your crop to shreds. It'sa ,

_: 4. ,_ May: 25: at 8 p in At RJE I' lot worse when you don't Savings and Loan Association

< ., ..... High School All membersare have Crop-Hail Insurance.
r: ..it :: A "partial financing of my time. asked to pleaie be on What percentage of the e Of Starke

value of the does hail
Dell i crop > V
Chapter 108 Order of|
t 218 North Temple Ave : )()
program for education Eastern Star will mpe Thinsd insurance cost? -:- Phone 9GI-0.iO

: y. :May: 19. at 8 p 11 In the ;; ;;
will be Masonic I Hall on Brownies Charey! E. JohntAgency
provided by a I Stret All membeiIIP, asked

r,. 1 to please' be pie,rut and on I Take A Step Forward Join CIambc1
I severance tax on time ::1.111, Alma B RIco. : WM 131 S. Walnut St. Your
.
iO 1 : rie- Damon Dell' \V. P.
E ir i; phosphate 1 1 and 1111JICra. 'I ',, I .M.il. ;\r.iilili'n" Given; PHONE 961-0201) L Of Commerce Today!


E .: %tiM! I G.irrlson l\ltlJ.) ) Willie Command J. l\If'Fadden,1

on-ln-l of Mr and :Mrs HChnndlei. .
{a: I '. recently assumed I
I ROBERT KING
HIGH II command: ) of He.idquaiteis &
ZAffr' A'.A April 21. 1966 HeiKlquaileis} Co.. U. S Aim\ :
4. Florida Education Association Convention, Miami Beach
Gal'! Lon, Foil Rlley Prior to cHNasworthy'si
this assignment he was with
the Iiijipettor;: CKneial's team

ROBERT KING HIGH WANTS A I at Fort Riley. ;
I :Mi, :VKFaJden is a nathe\ '

., SEVERANCE TAX ON PHOSPHA TE AND MINERALS i:, of:; Cimp.'lile Rtlujl KJudinu In Wt' i. Palm fioiiliirf'i --i _1' ".,---- 1'V

Beaili, 1 and' entinrt. f 1"nldaI .
This important new money will be used for education and will, I A&M Univt'.sUv! In .>5,) he"
'
was -ommlssioned; as a 2nd
therefore, provide property owners relief from property taxes. LU'uli'-uiiu" in Lie Ai t i Inc.vi
I 'i'In 1 InJ: he was as..lmcd to @
I Mining of phosphates, stone, sand, etc., takes away our natural I the BJ:! Artillery in Go.maI

and blamed'' to the U S. to
:. resources leaving only ugly, scarred eaith. Mining of minerals ; attend th.' Associate Advanced .

means a permanent loss of Florida's natural wealth. I AMilloiv orflccis Court at
Fort Sill Okla After serving!
I with the '1st Aitlllerv at Fon
,. I Le\\Is. Wn.sh. he attended

ROBERT KING HIGH DOES NOT WMT i I,' Foil CoumerinsuiRfmcv Urngp. N. C. prior School/ to. be-at

Ins as>liud to Viet Nam His
f decorations Included the
A SEVERANCE Aimed! Farces( Exi: .editloiuiMedul
M
TIMBER
I : the Bronze Star and
the Expert Artillery Badgelie
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OR TIMBERLAND resides with hU wile
1 PRODUCTS! I 1 GlorIa and six children ut

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321-\ Sheridan Place. Fort

Through intelligent reforestation programs, timberland owners RilejCI11IU. 'II NEKSOieatei ; FRIDAY{ FRIDAY

improve upon nature and make timberlands more productive.The Allen Chapel AME
Church Rev L. A. Sampson; 7:30 P.M.
encouragement and development of these programs are very vital I pastov! ill observe Men's Day : 7:30: P.H.
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this :Sunday. Sunday School.
.to the growth of Florida 10 a. m. Morning service at

I dent II with at Leon RJE High Thomas School a stu-a* NEXT DOOR TO GEM JEWELRY --113 E. CALL
:
f: : "The speaker The pl'ogyam111 ST.STARKEOVER
issue is Integrity! terminate with the 3pm.

.>If service with Jake Bradley 1,000 ITEMS TO BE SOLD TO HIGHEST BIDDER
physical education teacher and GROCERIES ,
basketball: coach at RJE as TV's I
REFRIGERATORS -AND
speaker AU members and MANY OTHER ITEMS i

:ROBERT KING HIGH.FORGOVERNOR friends ae: invited to attend SURPLUS DISTRESS OVERSTOCKS
,
all services. Members are askedto PURCHASED ON BASIS YOU
cooosiate( with the captainsto :
BUY AT YOUR OWN PRICE-
make t this a successful: day.
I :
Pleasant Drove :Methodist ,

Church m. All :members Church School and friends 10 a DOOR PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY !

:JPad( Pol. Adv. paid for by Robert King: High) are asked to please s=nd their I

. ... chlkliei: at this time Rev YOUR AUCTIONEER COL. FRANK
ROWLAND
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In 1965 under the administration of Governor Burns
Haydon 20 \\un1i. or l I.<*.n<>, one Intertlonnilnlinimi 1U..norl..l.., ltetlOIUtJ'D', etx> ;. IMnpluy Ad..* hi CkMHlfl, Section

; Florida reached new heights in I ( liurfc| '') ----------__-- 1.00 I'vr, word _____-_._?---___._ .05 91.BO per hich-first bmnrtloa.

If nut paid In lt41V11fle.! ___ ___ 1.21
Curd* oY Thunks: ITp to 50 word
EDUCATION TOURISM I Kej'ml. roilnl. or blind adi. $1.23 pt-r Ini'h after drnt bulertlo..
1.23 (Inlinuin charge: ) _?___.______ 2.30
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Kadi additional' word or 20__ __ .05 Over 50 word. : per word___ -__ .OSI
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH


HASTINGS MATTRESS I INI'I'U.\NCE' FOR SALE- Petunias Zinias. BE SURE TO SEE:!: WORJUD:
I Insurance Problems? I
EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONAL INCOME & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I AT REDUCED RATES Marigolds Coleus and oilier BOOK before buying any

St. Palntka AUTO. FIKE. BOAT. annuals at reduced pricesSluubbery other encyclopedia. M. A.
711Lt.mon
Call The Man From DOYLE E. !UONNFRINSURANCE azaleas bushes Payne. local
rose your representative -
NEW ROADS HIGHWAYS EXPRESSWAYSALL I "Keystone"I Furniture Repaired! AGENCY geraniums In bloom., Salvia. I since 1S. Box 62: $.
Refinished .
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I George E. LaRue Upholstered tfohg; egg-plant. pepper Big Boy Phone 964-6792. ,ticlig<<
REBUILT .1
Keystone Height MATTRESSES 1 beef-steak tomato plants

ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT ANY TAX INCREASE! Consultant For AH Your New Innersprinjra!! Phone 964-5511 Raiford Road I
Myers Power ToolsArea
Insurance Needs. and Box SpringsDrop i MARY QARTERPAINTS Starke. tfUi
UCIrP.eNtIllGrt > Va A Card or Call Headquarters For

American In... Co. PALATKA. 8AF.KK LOSTWhite lemon hound Iauamo\vpnt. Power TootoMcCuMnch

1 The Traveler. In*. Co. : 8 P. M. near Sampson City. Call R. ; : CtiaJn Saw.

MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT 'si I 473-4692 Day MRS. PEGGY 8IIAIXEK M Horsey Jr 473.4435 Itch Piunpn om: Witter. SytttemMBr'ir .

473.4325 Nltes 209 E. AdkIns 1 81.Stnrkr. ; &: Stratton Engine
I SMALL:\ MONTHLY PAY.
Bu.lne A"Jit' KentiilH Salp* !Service' .
Home
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FOR FOUR YEARS OF Monthly Payment Plan ,, Complete Line MENTS will buy your own 230 N.K. 18th Ave.
i home garden and chicken
FOR SALE Oood bUB1neM ofPAINTS : Gulnelll. -
and residential propertlee In I space. Also furnished and unfurnIshed It.rchc'.

0 PROVEN PROGRESSo Starke. Improved and unimproved I ANDSUPPLIES apartments for lent .

ONE STOP H V. Krdg-lit. P. W. H Nollman tfchg
0'1 FOR RElIt2 bedroom unfurnished -
:MASONRY: SERVICE Drawer P. City For All Purposes FOR SALE- Attractive homeon house on Fla. Power

WAITRESS WANTED Apply U. 8. 301 past Sleepy Hollow and LJtthts. Phone Hampton
EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP K<>,u Block; udl.. t t31)0 Sand; In person at Garden Rest WE; MEET: ALLADVERTISED Motel. Newly painted; 469-1048 or 969-3491 tfchg:

1'riM'iist IJn 'I... KvtT: >tiling Burant tfchg! back porch with cement floor;

nnrHHitry. for 'oncrrta, ma- JACKSONVILLE I 2 pear trees. small pecan trees WANTED WAITRESS Cook.
o INTEGRITY BOAT HOISTS -
ELECTRIC
GOVERNMENT .hoary KinHtriKtlnii.e work. PRICES and pines. Bargain .- Joe I and filling station attendant.
\\' will nie...t why prlM on built to order Machine Martin. Rt 2, Box 54K. Starke. Apply In evenings at B & a
Ilrmlfuril Boat, Motor and Pump repairs Phone 961-8291 526'
all materials witliln FlIt 32091. 3tp
HiGH THREATENS COUNTY ROAD FUNDS County AIS1>>> STILI Brown's Repair Shop. Rt 1, 353 N. Temple Truck Stop. tfchg:

MAINTAIN QI'AMTV.ENCiNEEIUN Box 363 Starke I IKlmgsIey! FOR SALE-Brick home. oak
Lake. tfchu I' I floors 3 bedrooms. 1':, bath. WANTED TO BUY lot on

Robert Ilit-h BllAIWOItD PUKE OIL COMPANY family room or dining area. which a house will be moved.
Kinij i i. achflcnlin'rl'di..lri.
: >; ( \ "IliKh: spoke of primary road funds; and '
Inilion f oline taxes in that ; ; ; (: ('0. I KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE Has two bay service stationfor Enclosed garage. Double lot Need at least 75 ft. frontage 1
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> Ka: a manner carefully avoided mentioning the s'l"lIndary;
I'h. 9GI-2.12I: Starke i for sale. Write or call V. QMcCoy. lease at Walnut and Madison 1028 Palm St. Tim Warren. with 7500 sq. ft. Write "Lot",
ill I cripple the road protiram: of liradford load funds in his talk here, for hit; l programand Jr, P. O Drawer 1148or II Stll. Paid tialninif available 9fln-24tl Itch-? Drawer "A" Starke Itp

other countit-s of (th* slate. on the secondary funds would he even more phone 3767290. Oalnnhvllle Cull! Tiavts Mathls. Jackwnvlllii .

injurious to Lee and the other Southwest Fl.i) tfohsr I HELP WANTED -- younT'
20 ACRES of farm land for .' 356-1331 J V tfchg LAWN J'OUEPAIR'
Read{ the flII<,Min'_ eM'erpls( from an editorial man to work Inside .also! cuib
1'lorida
Jippear'nu'; ; in the 'May I 17. uu! ;il> i J"*' ue counties than his primary road sale or lent near La' tey. $500 FOR RENT Fun hPd Air I, Rlrls! Apply' ) In person at Tas- I

of t the I Port MjersSc I : \ ".1're.,,.. : piorfnim The Mayor; of :Miami wants! clown with easy terms Write coiid 2 bedroom cottage on FOR SALE or trade 3 bedroom tpp F"pe7f I HrhB\ i \\V. have A Complete Mower -
to distribute t the secondary road funds W H Spivi-v 110 N. W. 7th Crystal Lake. For .eivatlons; CB hoiiif Laiue family! loom U4'prtlr 1 Ser\l> <..s Tune Up

"If the :\liami Kuliernatori.il; candidate solely. on the basis of population Ave Miami or call 667-7622. I call L. K White-head 26I !)- ,1! closed Ravage double lot, Most MAMA PRIEST KINDER- ] tit :Major O\erlmnl.' Pickup

4tp 519;, 3675 tfrhu' desliablc! location OT' A. OAR TEN REGISTRATION i .and UdKrry Serv...-... CALL
(Robert Kinu/ I liiyh I ) h.id: lii i'i \\ .ty. I J..ee :a iitd" I
". I the ;alliHation of the third rent! of I : Payne. 204 S Glenn st. Phone June 1 and 2 9 to 11 a. m I'S! TODAY 9434-0611
the other iounlies vf Soulhuv t I'lorid.tHculd
; I the secondary {as tax known officially as! FOR SALE --Chrome bronze..: I 904-2701:! ( until 4:30: p. m. 9046792 ) and 2 to 5 p. m. for 196ftIflfl7 I FIRESTONEHOUSEWIVES I ; :'\
get a lot lesi ro.id; RWne< t than t hey FUEl'1: ith LawnMower tone dinette table and 6 chair, H'26
"IIn- seventh i cent is: a statutory allocation new : after I 5 and on \\eekend.i.tfchg. esslon 2tchn
do now so I that more muld 'he poured into 2 gal. S3i Phone 9ni-42') ttchsLAWN \
which the / gas can
on Legislature itself could
change/ Mrs W. E; Mlddleton hall a
Dade) and the other hiI.t'IIuntJoI.: .
\ at any time. The four cents that goes for & vKual oil Jua/Ce-At/ MOWING. hedge(! tllmmlnx. black umbrella wnich was SELL TV-advertised PRODUCTS -

"The state's primar road: money comes primary roads also 'u a statutory allocation. your FIRESTONE:'\ StoreNO. I I 6 days! a week !Satisfaction '" MO I V .El: f D rta'cenlv: left bphlnl: the The way is paved

from the first four\ tentof. thee n.t'entIhhh the l.euKl.ilure: could change\ itself.A IoIu l'I\ntl'ed. Phone Toby \\ have moved to our 1 1'e door In the lounge at the for you. You will find a

I I or Larry ONi-al at 533-2J2.! new location in order ,I Woman's Club May Breakfast Meaddemand with earnings
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a gallon: ua,,oine! tax. This money is !suppo liiir-city K'ovtrnor bent on chanjjinir: these In
from $6 to $10 dally
426Build !I (HVACATION better. spare
.>ed to he pent In (the :State< Itti.id( Iti.-ard allocations! could have decisive influence thU 4tp ser\e you for her midnight; blue hour showing Avon Products -
01 park a trailer. on No fees chanted unlesswe I umbrella Will person with
to build primary hhh\\a4: : \\ they are with the big-city Legislature that Florida 6 acres With appro, 400' !lake : I IV TIIKMOL'XTAIN'1 ; find job. wrong umbrella pll'a.ie con Write Mrs. Ouida

most: needed re ardlesif. here the ta< nOI\ will have as a result of reapportionment. frontain 5 Minutes drive to ;: !* ? you a tact her. Sweat, P. O Box 687 Live
New cottage In Blue Rldze: Come in and Register.!
money comes from. Starkr. Just 7995.! $1500 Oak. Fla. Itchg
"Lee and the other counties of Southwest 'lownN Mountains 10 ml fro.n Rldneciest > Next Door 'Io (.iv's Home 1958 CHEVROLET. 8 cyl. R

"Jli h professes to favor doing primary. Florida have fared well with their road : ;
rlndlrk on the l>u*.is of need, hut liis projects under (;oernor Hums. They can Special"3" B.'droom Modern. comfortably Completely 353:> .\ N. Temple. 961-3711 Renault--for parts. Call 989-! COLLECTION ESTIGATION&: CREDIT

proposed: allocation of the primarj road( expect further progress with 'his re.(> ll'cllln.( Masontv Constiucted home. fuinh: :'. >d. with utilities $40 Central 7593. Itp Worn:in wanted. We have an

money' on the ba-is of here the revenue 'J hey' can hope for nothing;: from. Ilimh." Tile floi: and bath Clr 011 weeks per week available.June Wiitc thru! P Sept O Employment -- unusu-il' opening for a woman -

was produced would (lest roy t that principle. heat City! Water. Attach garage DI'A""r A Starke, Fin tfrhg SERVICE: I WANTED .Man to work on with collection exoerience.

( Lal ie landscaped> lot. 419 fVn ..r 5K3;! 3741 farm. Steady salary house Must be able to meet peopleon

Handy to all Only $7750. LADIES NITE EVERY MONDAY ,., lights water and gas furnished a friendly basis; good

Small Down payment at Fun Spot Ladles admitted : Bradford EngineeringCo. personality and telephone experience -
FOR FREE RiDES TO AKD FROM THE POLLS NEXT TUESDAY HOUSE FOR SALE- 2 bedroom
STROl'T RE\LTV free Summer hours 8'' frame house corner of Phone 964-2521. tfcha essential.

2117 N. Temple Ave. to 11 p. m All se.islons( ) GenIal I I I Various company benefIts.
Brownlee and Orand Sts
CALL 964-6421 969-4651 9644894Think (115. s. 30lJ] reifiilnr) prlrc 4rrhg S'26 Small Down Payment Reasonable WILL do Ironing in my air conditioned! office Write

Phone 96 '-3491, Starke FURNISHED APARTMENTS': ': Monthly Payments. Call home Mrs. Murlar Norman.Rd. P. O Box 1068. Starke.

-Ll ht8 and water Included jBilllln"ton j|I !964-0802: after 5 p m 3tp S'19': 121. 3 miles W. of Law-

FOR SALE: 25 HP WUard, 9B4-7271 'ttrhff 02!' tey. Phone 782-3568 3tchg 6 2

Things Over Before Voting May 24 and elec'iu starting outboard. WANTED Mature experienced CUSTOM ENCLOSfRES SCREENED

1957 flood condlt! n. "50. I FOR RENT 5 room con- ofllce worker. mentally FURNISHED APARTMENT I from,

Hwy ini north from, Starke : crete Block) : house In Pinehaven -' alert Appropriate! salary andeompttny for rent. Phone !984-79i4 J ( OAINESVILLE AWNINOCOMPANY
> Su'' Call 0H9-104 or apply -
41" mil 's Phone 964-4385 tfchg
VOTE TO KEEP HAYDON BURNS YOUR at 319! N. Myrtle Ave. benefits Call 084-
ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR TuesUay; or Wednesday or 'I 3401 or 964-3411 after 9 a. You'll net fine Quality

aftert p. m. dally J. E.I I, Itch/: m. After 6 p. m. rail 969. I FOR SALE-Number one yellow Screening: ; Expertly Installed

Noimir: UpCLEANINOEST I FOR RENT -Kingsley Lake 1141 Urh crookneck squash. $1 50 a and Fullv Guaranteed and at
( /IVi, orutl endorsement : :Malcolm R. Sanders. Starke. Fla) '
:3 I bedroom furnished house. hamper Call 964.2323. 1 tp. POOn: BOY PRICES

carpet clean- I I 150 ft private dock with 2 I HELP WANTED I good Call 378-8888 today

"r you ever use*. So easy dressing' looms For reservations frame carpenter 2 construc. UPRIGHT PIANO excellent'

i'Ph'ul Pol! Ail. P'i" .! rll''m, E Owen ramp Trea' t too let Blue Lustre Rent I, cnll Delano Thomas. I tion l laborers painter plum condlt'on.'! just tuned $125. FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -

elect! V' ihampooer $1 t Starke Klnmley! Lake. Fla. 533.2291\\ ber wanted' Immediately. Call Ph. 989-2771 Rev Troy home. Call 964-
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TiR'R+fAY. MAY 19. 1908nnu
>M>Rt> 1'nI1NTy TrEP'nuArn $T1RNF FtonrnA
r/ir r.ir.iiT \

I :"trd Custlcn and Fres- will begin: at 8 Friday. on Ji:I !99.' Nu.' .is. 'VeU2 -(II: ,- .
when \ p.m.
top 'I'lio] po.strcl 111") '('" linn Guard Units Nuilil', In will h .,iwi-'M'l, Mm, I I.I I. ,
FHP Reports I WUs ;':.J mph olt hit hack to back homersfor \\om,'"',, Hoftliiill "IIIU. Thompson Sheet

Davis was chanted\ uiii! TrieHt Tilcst collected 8 The Women's, Softball Lrnpuon .Ml of mild p."1..1)! I ulna In
i ; At ai.I. Metal Works
Two WrecksF Training ml Himlf-'id '
iI failure to have his \ elilcie tilt, Mh Ic Liberty National met Tuesday night and ,HIM if" Floridi.L'llll'BM Ci.nnlv' I

I I under coiUrol. The car was n Now rid only 2. McClellan was four teams were! established. Much. ..l-rtlflrlllo.. or''I-< Mr Spwbrilre -
in pe.sons were Injured !I total wreck with ciumohvs Blanding Bennett League play will begin Tuesday tlfll'Mll'" Bh .ll ""' 1 IM-du'-IIII'll, dl'" I
I 11"1',' ,H'. lou$ly. Ill tWO BUtOmnlnl \ estimated at $300.: Th.. aci-l- he winning pitcher May 31. Practice games or'i',air to l h.It' t Hi"" iiioi"1"" Heating & Air Conditioning
he loser. i"">
incidents' reported In (Il lit hnripmed at 5.13: p. m. F'i"idaKM :, Nat lnnal (; Southern Discount edged will be played Tuesday. May iliiw. Ihi'il Mold In in such Iht'' lilirln-xi tcrllfli, ''I'1''. Systems,

the runty i during the past ; Saturday. 'ini-'is: Intniiii'i'{ (tiricer > "' Jerome. Johns 011 Co 8 to 6 : 24, nt 7:30: 1'.111. at the Prittt .1.a! ,ill,. ..IP. Hi" "irl :linn*' ,il""i .""

\u-ek by the Florida IIIlIhwllY Hi: i iiu Tavlov Auder-on. 20 ; aiul n1l'II-I\1': I'll m a clone foil (,Keltlngn,:: me. i. Street Ball Park and Hardy the f.I'lu"I.> ...' In M..nth, "I' Installation & Service
elk\ "aof >
1'a I h oj of Gainesville: WHS shaken In I'n Intensive' 'la.-> i Field. June, la,*,*, whltli i i. >he
up
I 11 + 11'' In inning No I, Southern .lUIIL' I1!*'!11*;.
All four were treated and ; when she last control of he' I I 'tval'i'-is, '!! period at C1 inITn picked up 1 run to hold! a Ii' t".d this :nil" -Inv of .Miiv.IW" All Types :Metal Work

i l'' It..o from the Bradford: 1964 Volkswagen Sunday nlllnth1. : brief lead as Johns Oil scored, THE RIOHT POINT for hr ". 611
!)(fil-
ivn'i.v; Ho-pltal ::11'11 a 1956 night 6.5' miles south of (er, th- command -if"\ u run to tie It up. Neither way you write Come In and ell' "f tune i'n's:$ Illl A f PVUDVI'll ...n t 1'1:I "I {Mil-1021

Did I) a cl' iven bY John Cllni 'I Starke on U. S. 301. Oecr-.e H. Dale of Live C' team scored in the 2nd but I srelect your favorite ENTER; ; niMllflilll I U. I'ollllM., b'la, ,'Idal. .. -

i 11'PI> na\U, 32. of Hampton Traveling 50-00 mph when fie "uairt-mrn arc/ In'1'11)I'I> In the top of the 3rd Inning BROOK fountain! pen TELE :, .-, II .1 Jit;

lilnrl i ) I lover. Davis was at- I' she ran the car off the l"ft I of c'emchmonti\ from.i: 'I i Keith Thomas!! hit a 2 bagger Telegraph..Norm .

I i' in"i U1: !' to negotiate ai side of the road came back : parts of th" Htate. in''iuili;. i. I which was followed by a wallop -

i u..' in Hampton with his : across tl-e rond onio the "onlfry Pnnatm! CIt. I' I over the fence by Randall : -: of .\I"'I.It'\'I"\

a.:v and two children as :1 right shoul'el'. ran litck on i sacoh. :Mmml.! Quincy r:. >. I McGee and Southern had a KIIII. '1'u".n: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Tis when the car (Hoped and Ap i:,i S. I I': r"tlftJrd County .< Ill/I.ID. I'. H.NOTICK .
;mxSPM the pavement turned overend 11\1 I ; Tallahassee : McKay, punt president of the Chay- 3-1 lead but not for long. In ;; : is HI-II-HV: : mvcv:; ,

o 'et' according to the re- I ...!:ldipd! on its side: comlnn (chlcoi( .' Board! of licultort. prcHrut, pliiqun to .\. J. ThoniOH, "Sr. In the bottom of the 3rd, Johns I thai li L. !llullrn, ilu- holder' STAHKEPIIONI': 961-260n( )

piI t of Sill B, H, SoeaisDiu I to rest on the left side of A j thlbht! of the trainmp tprriM'iatlon for the luttcr's service\ to tin group Kimt Its OH exploded for 5 runs on 4 of the follonlllMT. i "iTtilllllltiK, ,
S WB drinking( but not ->IId111 be a urnun ii\< i ii,Vat hits, and 2 walks, to take a has fiJ' . Itiimliil! cited! %1r.
I the traffic lane. founding Major t'hltty (center) uNo tax deed I to he Issued ttiurunnTho .
d 'ink Spars, said, 'hl'n he = for 10:30: a. m. Suture! "' n-3 lead. In the 4th inning and
lertlflvuto imntliriD '
K chat' filed Th' 'IhiiniiiH for his i-i-vk' MrrvlreH to the community.
''t. "itnto, the cur e at 40 > Res weio which will be witnessed lvKltliM ).\' Southern scored (5 runs to end years of iHHiittiu th" ilOHcrlp-
nii>h .led lost control of tli" .icudi'it' wis: HIM-'i, M:id by raKnltarlp.s.\ tt (''.ttdu'" amembers the. scoring and win the game lion of I the: properly,; and the II : I Rental Services

I Tie'. Dodue hit pine T.OODI'I)" O C (tat rctt.iAwsoll's State Clay-Bradford Realtors Endorse name In which It wax IttllltlS.,1,
a the
I \ 'everal of K-6. Keith Thomas had 3 of .
follows WHEEL CHAIRS
are in : BEDS
I nee' in.i' turned over on it, I I Cabhwt. Southern 10 hits, while Ran- Orllflc-utP ;N'o;.. 74. HOSPITAL
Col! Dale said the training" I Re-election of Governor Burns dall McGee Ramsey and Steve Your of IKHUUII?" I r.: 1:1. CRUTCHES
"I
Hum.rlptlim i.f li up-i I t>'
exercises will Include five Thomas each had 2. Thomas .
2290-.A Unit !IJII;; 4'i : V'W: Or
: MARKET\ ( days- spent under tactical I The Clay-Biadiford.:! County sources are found to fill the win the winning pitcher giving of NI5U' of HWH' .7, v 1'i
(rnndiMons of simulated: w drfal'l' up 8 hits while Kenny I d"K.! II)' 1IIlhnlJ: 1, lil! Ja!"
Board of Realtors by nearly He urged the croup:: to
| gap. Chitty wall the losing hurler. J77 N 1f7' N\\'ly ti" FOUDON'T
Cold Storage Grocery Store unanimous! vote endorsed the, make Its voice heard In I TRAVEL AGENCY _
Ricky Johns and Richard Roberts -
Ait Ion s.tpport: ) for the candidacy of Governor Hay Washington where hearings: S. !S. Jianseatlc
and Reservations on :
each hud 2 hits Full Information
for i For
pyr-irl'-ps !is he-ins pro\Wed bv don Burns at a dinner meetIna are being hell to -.I'Plc solu- Johns Oil.Ltratey \ tXCHANGCAH AIRLINES" : I InU'S-1I0TEU4
CRUISES -
3 ::i : pP1'.11l/1! / with two flxedW'T hell-- ;, In1'e\ Garden Restaurant tions to the problem. shut out H. C. Wall BILL AND LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN
d 1 1r niu-raft and two Sr. Starke
night.
t r w I I here Tuesday A. J. Thomas, 9-0 on the strong/ pitching of CXrtKtMCHT
rIy i opt"1 s. I There was only one dltsentln realtor was presented with Larry Brown. He threw a

The exercises will Include vote n placque In appreciation for one hitter at Wall the only -II4Oe1&zm4

t',' Actual! buildlnit\ and J'e-I Effects of the present his! services In "holdlna the hit, a single in the 5th inningby

I piiii\ of roads and bridges on "tlsht money" situation on Clay-Bradford Board together Brian Johns Lawtey broke JERRY W.CARTER 336-B37I: Travel. Inr,
I'IP! Bianrtlnff! reservation the building: industry were through lean years" and the game open In the bottomof 601 Laura St.

and 1 some protects In connecton I I dl.scnsscxj; by the guest speak- I for his past service as president the 3rd Inning by scoring

fy r with summe1 OfflerCnndH.ito \ et'. B F. Mlzell Jr, presidentof I and In other official /8! runs on 4 base hits and 5 It .-
\ Schools( which First Fe'eral Savings & capacities.The Wall miscues David Green ; ; I II II Ii

\I'll' liHPiH"J\ bv can-ll- Loan Association of Starke. meeting was! presided was the I losing pitcher givingup I Serving Florida
'liiti s horn Oeoi'Kia as well:! MlzuU: said:!, that the scarcity over by Daryl Davis of 8 safeties striking out 3, f LED IN ALL BUT 1' t

is 'ie Florida National of mortgage money Orange( Park, president of I and. walking one. Brown, the I 2 COUNTIES OVER I Since 1950

Guard : threaten to curtail real estate the g"'oup.occupational. winning pitcher gave up only 3 OPPONENTS! I IIc clont>f. a, gIN

Cil I Dtiln ,pMil.-Pd the facllitii \ activity unless some new one hit walked none and C"
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
it 1 t Blandlnir! as unexr"11''ri. I struck out 15 batters of the .. ......
Pork For Your Deep Freezer. <1. and ,!slid! he nntlcl- 19 he faced. -

rates, a wood camp. I sentence Investigation Is license to an Pony League/ I Lucile

We will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be a made. amusement! center In Keystone Registration,:: Is still open for I Mrs ;.I CordiallyWelcomes

Speed! Is charged with all boys interested in joiningthe GodwinRepresentative ,lye
Small Fee for Pick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 per Negro Arraigned; i
shooting James Bowman In Pony League Register i it Iq
Head and Hide. flogs 3c per Ib.-Cleaned' WciiJit.
On Assault ChargeA the stomach with a .22 rifle each day at the Recreation
For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'ic' per !Ib. with paper. April 30 in an argument over RECREATIONNEWS Center on Pratt Street from Ph. 9W-5321 You and Your

ear-old Sseedvtl'e\ 8.30 ( : E. Call St. Family to Your
4')-\ a wrist watch. Bowman was : until 5:20: pm. 1013
We Sell fleet and Pork for Home Freezers I
man, IcRoy Speed pleaded ': taken to the University of InvitationalSuflball Starke New Horn

uuiltto ET'uravnted\' assault (1 Florida Medical Center wherehe Tournament
Phone 9f9t- 281 218 Washington) St. Vole for .nd Continue JIIIRY
!''n Ci ".'int' Court Wednesday recovered and has been The Parks and Recreation I IIc.
W. CAKTiR M your Public Sow
and w.i.s released on his oaf erased.i :Motr Snflliull. League Department will sponsor and Comml.ion... Th. Man The State of FloridaIt

re'ounlzallC'e'hll> a pie- Speed was airalsned before\ Noegel's Fla. Pest conduct the 2nd Annual Starke Cr..ily Rtiponnbl for reductions
walloped
Judge George L. Palten. Invitational Slow-Pitch Softball of ever I Is Our Desire!' To Make You Feel Welcome and
Control 13 to 3 In a five Inning
Tournament to be held $320,000,000 I II You With Your City.
: contest. Noegel's only had To Acquaint
Bush's Friday. Saturday and Sunday i In Utility, freight end Trim,
Sport Shop Insurance Bids 8 hits, but 3 of those wel'ehome i
'May 27 28, 29. The games I portitlon rent la florid R..i.
To Be Let By runs 8 and errors.Pest Paladlno Contl'olcommitted will be played at Hardy Field danti.Cnlnu. If you are new in the area a phone

HAS EARTHWORMSRed Keystone Council pitched 1 and hit Noegel's to I i Held.and the The following local high teams school will I | > Jerry e iKe Jeht call will brine you a prompt visit
victory limiting: the loss to
'compote in the tourney Garden
Wigglers Crickets Shiners Tli", Keystone! Heights! CityCOUlli'll i i only 5 hits while he himself Restaurant and Noegel's JERRY W. from your local hostess.!' Please give
Insurance hit two the fence. San-
will award Its over
I Auto Sales of Staike 2 teams her a call! She has maps and many
business on the basis i t I tOld also hit one over the CARTERPUIIIC
from Ft. Walton
CATALPA WORMSand Beach. Gainesville -
of competitive{): bidding. fence. Fred Wheeler had a 4 Jacksonville Sanford free and wonderful gifts for you
bnirger for Pest Control SIHVICI COMMISSIOM
The d"clsion\ was reached I Ormond Beach, Perry Tallahassee
that "Tuff Pink Worm" that every Pent Control had 2 big innings from local businesses.
.it a callei:! mcetiru; Monday St. Augustine, and St
!: to wallop Hampton 16-
nu'it' In which CouncilmanI The first
,, Petersburg
game
fisherman is the best Hearing their 16 runs on 13
19.
says I I \ Thomas'! law and finance I- I I I
hits nnd 9 Hampton miscues
committee met with
; he has ever used. the full council and MayorAl Allen and Talley paced the
attack with 3 hits each Hampton
I Nilson.Thomas!!' .

o I said the council (CJrnver: picked collecting up 12:3.hits with Letter To All Of Friends
I. insurance An Open My :
city's -
,',"'- "It novas using a drill," t .ip-e\aluated the Pine Level easily lofmit'" .l
I iBPds. and then agreed!! Hampton 16.1 In a five inning

Never before hate: IKhermcn' had sudi a goad Hut \\ e can yet drills alI t I '''on the types! of policies required in-run rule game. The winners )I

'plficc' (to trade in our country I) & \V Guilders Supple. and the amounts of rapped 19 his to walk away ,I

any ,si/e for any job. Blur< covfrite needed. with the game Akrtd e, Sum- To my friend" in thin area and especially: mills to 22 mills' and the bonded indebtedness -

TACKIj; FOll) ALL TYPKS OF FHE IIW.TEH & Decker Spciiuls. asked City to Clerk supply Joy Interested Baker was in- npr hits! for and the Conner winners.each had 31 I' hoe who voted for me in the first primary of that city increased from $22:! million

iipPY surnncp aaents with the nec- Test Control rolled over in the campaign for Governor of Florida. I to !$175) million while Burns was Mayor.
FISIIINC- (; n a w Auto INC
pniinfotmatlon and an Law ley 13 to 3 by putting together want to express my thanks for your vote

tmltulon to bid. A called:! 16 hits and assisted by and support 4. BOB HIGH( IS FOR LEAVING:; THE:

."\1'' Prvslon" Tart is i one of the cml'ltI l'C'IBUSH'S : meet:,1"\ will be held soon toopl'n Luwley mlscues. Pollock was I DISTRIBUTION OF RACE TRACK FUNDS;

bids. t for 4 for the winners. Massey -
the
AS TIIKAI E NOW DISTRIBUTED)
iiIIIDfP, Hru) dAa4 AND SIIPf1YM Because of the many false charges! which
In other action Monday had 2 hits for Lawtey. WITH EACH COUNTY I RECEIVING:; AN
GULF SERVICE have been made In the run-off campaign I
nutht: Mayor\ Nelson asked Hampton failed to Held a
!EQUAL; SHARE, REGARDLESS OF SIZE
of this
or and iccclvcd approval) of team HO Garden chalked uplvtn feel an obligation to the people areato

N. Temple A\enuc 1 he ouncil for granting an \ No. 9 against no losses. provide certain facts which will help you OR POPULATION.:

-I I An outlier game against Law separate truth from falsehood.

tey was rained out. 5. The charge by Burns and his" supporters -

Noegel's subjected Pine that Bob High is for a severancemy
1. The malicious charge by Burns that

Hal Davis'Platform Charley Johns'Record feat.I Level In to a a game crushing which 23-7 determined de- endorsement in the run-off was for sale tax on timber is not tax true. Bob timber High's is iden-position -
on a severance on
for $500.000 or any price IS AN UNMITIGATED :
the team to representUK
tical with mine. WE BOTH ARE AGAINSTto
I local league In the Invitational LIE. The facts are that Burns tried
A SEVERANCE: ; TAX ON TIMBER.My :.
all standards
I
tournament. By come to Lakeland on two different oc

REPRESENTATION\ the 'game:: whouM have casions Wednesday, :May ,1 and Thursday! ,
horn close and ball friends I had difficulty in deciding
H exciting May 5, to ask for my support. I refused : no
game: but it was anything but who I would vote for in this run-off
Hal D.ivis" nil) !xnppoil'. ) /Rising: each: area of that as Nocgel'8 pounded out to meet with him. liE HAS SINCE:; ADMITTED because I do not believe in Burns', philosophy -
thili. ) Chirl Johns soled| lo lake representation \ 23 runs THAT HIS ACCUSATION WAS
tiid its own :Senator.; Thc best, rep- ( ; > : 2ba"e hits, scored "To The Victor Belongs
of -
.re-entation: is, thaI! which is" tloNe-U t to the :Insnv 11 (oni the people He voted against t 12 homers) and Pine Level PALSIDo: ( you realize that the false accusation government -

people.) In the meantime. I pledge: to repic- !>Mib-di idiiiK this larye 21-county district. committed" 7 Costly errors. of a crime such as this could! have The Spoils"ruined

sent all the fait I Thomas. Pnlndino Sibley and me and my family, especially having
people and
impartially. I
> Cogdill euch hit 4 safeties for come from the lips of the Governor of Florida As for my endorsement of Bob High this

the winners\ Harold Davis was 1)) was' based on my personal" knowledge that

EDUCATION. i the only bright offensive spot he is an honest God-fearing man. He is a
of Pine Level as he went 3
deacon in the :Flagler' Street Baptist t Church
for three. 2. The charge by Rums' that Sen. Robert
: and is devoted family with
oflIaml a man
Hil D.ini:\ will !snppoil! liikini political:! interference nnntiim Boys Hitsehull Kennedy is involved in the High campaign
children.
:and nH'dllin11111/: i of our educational ( '11:111: !('.\ .lolins"! lecoid fur. political:! interferenci After getting rained out is not true. I heard this rumor during the a wife and six

system. I will support an iiu-tease. in teachers > in our educ.itional institutions speaks! !! twice' the opening game of first primary investigated it myself; and
the t Bantam Baseball THE FACTS! For these
; Boys THESE ARE
sal.u. .. ie.i. and career incentives to insure. for itself., found it to be fat e. Had it been true, I
League\ finally was played I invite and would appreciate
the future of quality| education for our Thursday. May 12. A triple certainly would have used it against Hob reasons my
friends and supporters joining with me in
children. header was played and better High( in my campaign.
hand helping return honesty and integrity to the
thin 600 people were on
for the evening. Mrs. Ruby Governor's office.
TAXATION Johns officially opened the H.: The charge by Burns that Hob Highis

BO.i sun. by throwing out the I a radical, ultra-liberal is without founda With Kindest regards! and a deep feeling;

Hal )Davis will "suppml) revision! of our tax lust ball. (By the way it was tion. Bob High is a fiscal conservativ He of gratitude for your support, I am,

structure to obtain niorteciuitj for all the a pot feet strike.) insists on a dollar's worth of service for

people. I'piKM-iuost. in roy mind will be the ( ''lrarh'y ,1..11111ulc'cl. : for n tales' lax on t gro- The first game matchedTiiost every tax dollar spent. As Mayor: of :Miami

protection of the homeowner against bur c'Nil's.dt'nome liberty. Construction Insurance.against Bob High was instrumental in !lowering city Sincerely
National
taxes by 12 cent. Bonded indebtednessof
taxation per
on propeitv. I will oppose The Tilest. boys came up to

any move to establish! ;a sales.. : tax on hut fist! and were net down the City of Miami decreased. By contrast, Scott Kelly

groceries and Ined kinc. In 'rd'rno runs, no hits no taxes in Jacksonville! were raised from 12

errors!, nobody left on base. I
Dennis Rhoden led off for

Liberty National and promptly

lined a single to record the The Issue Is
first. base hit of the I960 season Integrity

ElectHAL Rhoden was able to advance
DAVIS and also record the first I

run of the 1968 season. Liberty -
National scored 2 runs and Elect ROBERT KING HIGH Your Governor

led after 1, 2 to 0. Trlest

camp back to tie the game at

Senator Group 5 on May 24th 2-2 in the 2nd inning scored ( Political Adv paid for by Robert King High)
4 In the 3rd. and! 3 In the 4th

""I I Adv I. i I.. to win the game 9-... The big I
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,' thousands: of vit.lt.crn each about getting some replacement In the courthouse were no- I
r year, and no wonder for it is parts for the old frame thing at all and now It's like
one of the best stage! In this ,I i I For 'Instance there was a time climbing the, Alps to get to the
area each year. when Sam could nuzzle down second floor.
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a mof: fried saii! .icc and Every once in a while we
Compare The Accomplishments: What with old-nun prac--''I, eggs and have no further. re- I read an article about how to
tlcally KnllopiiiH up on him. ports. i xrept for a polite little "//ITOW old gracefully" Its a.
Burns In -. X11K Sam finally realized that peo- burp, which acknowlerlurd' the good t: ea, but what were concentrating -
Jacksonville---High In. Miami ple weren't talking softer but stomarh'H: receipt of ,Ie shipment I on just making It,
Hint his hearing was on tha : But now when any frle.l' and we'll)) let the others win
In the case of two candidates who area I is !sure to !do so, leaving the Magic blink and went to an ear spec food hits the old stomach acc.i! .m for their grace
J will]} face voters next Tuesday for the City to continue its! sleep in the ialist. On having his heniinu thp...,,'*- such n p.iln ..nil':rl! think
Democratic nomination for Governor midst! : tf) the activities swirling u'xiut' ( tested, he learned:! Unit! his left. h"'x ('..11 n:111,: aim.i,!Ilo, law,, Robert E. Demorest
01'l tnrida, it seems tn us that t the record it." car Is not even tiring 11 hell !and nil,
.. of accomplishments in their respective If these words had been spoken by hear and thru had X-iny Funeral Services
taken to see what Is wrong. N i Stl'l.: wi remeinhor( one I time Held
cities speaks louder than 11 partisan' opponent of Mayor high's.from I Monday
verdict yet as to wh.it the X- '1' when someone .all I to Oiy/v:
campaign catch phrases such BM! "The some other section of the state, K rays showed is Inslrln:! his nnu- Dean. "Dyou'ic\ not uettlnKi '' nob"rt Earl Demorest., 58,
Issue Is Integrity" ((118 If any one man and in the heat of the present! campaign :ln, nod he's more than slightly : ,i,I any vouivter.' and the reply I II ,I died last week In Jacksonville
had a corner on the integrity market) they might have been somewhat wo'.rled.: as whit''' insid>> auy's I was "who IR?'. That fact is folloulnu an extended Illness.
Governor Haydon Burns' accomplishments discounted, or simply ignored. ; head rhould be sttlctly I brouelit, home rvriy. clay when I I i He wa bom in Starke on June
in Jacksonville are obvious But coming as they did from one of his own business.. I you hear of a l.imous personwho I I 1. 1107.: the son of the late
torah. who remember the weather- High's own constituents, in his own crew up In your I lime, and Robe, i F. and Ona Williams
l beaten> waterfront area of the city home city, and, published in its! lead- lncl.entally, the oar doctor I you learn: that hi- Is crowdlns. i 1 Dpmo'f"st: He was a retired
vetoed the Idea of t heating 70, [ had no ties he WHS that motion: picture threatre manager -
some ten fifteen
or years ago, and ing newspaper, they can be regardedas ,
aid. ITe said that with old: ou I say to your'alt. "but and attended the Episcopal -
compare it with the completely trans- nothing less than stronur indictment
a : good ear, and one bud onl'l It mu' -t he Imp her.iusc that church
formed, modernized, and beautified of the brand of leadership!> that hearing aid is a waste of was :'0) years ago Ornveslde funeral serviceswere
central city that is the Jacksonville of Mayor\ High has been providing for sy, and that I the device would i hel-1 at 1 10) a m, MondayIn
. today. True, Gov. Burns", hud lots!! of his once proud city. wind up In the bureau. drawer '' Thn'c's an old .snvn'n that Hope Cemetery at Theressa
help in bringing about this transformation Would this be the type of "leader I a rian is :n h old aie!1 feels( with Rev Raymond XlacBlaln
then he was Mayor of Jack- ship" that he now asks to bring to All of which show thaI .inrt '" rte may he somctlilna. : to nfflil.it.iij' Interment' was und -
sonville, but he undoubtedly' provided the Slate of Florida ? We have only his 1 when you get to cro'vdln:: fin It 7'h' tnuilili, ,' K Hiit,, "when i r t the direr, tlon of DeWltb C
the' leadership without which-such vou'd bpttl'ro; ,,omcthln u" ii ,.1 (',mi'' h"ri'" the Htali'i Jones. Funeral" Homo
an past' performance by which to judge.
amazing rebirth of a stagnant area Not only in the central business" !
would not have been possible. district: has Mayor High's lack of leadership I
Compare this with the picture of been evidentbut also in the 2ND .
galloping deterioration/ that i is evident field! of industry. While Florida as a FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER'

in' the central city of :Miami today whole has> been experiencing its most I CANDIDATES
You don't have: .to take our ,word for phenomenal growth with more than Re-BI cct
it-although if you have ridden{ down 500 new industries, and more than

Flagler" Street in the last few years, 50,000 new jobs! in 1965, Miami remained '
you. will readily agree.- l in decline. Mayor High who \ S
JESSIE R. CII1\S'llAIN\
The best description of what is hap- has attacked first one industry and ,. 11 1 R.Yea ; ;I ITo

( pening to downtown Miami under the then another in his campaign, i in obviously .}' ,*.. A '
"progressive administration" of Mayor not the man to persuade! Industry -
h Is vividly described by, none other !! to locate in Florida
titan: a Miamian-Nixon Smiley, who A recent Federal study points out Rise And Shine/ my friends (of Bradford County I am asking: you to re-elect me as

Writes!! the "Cracker Viewpoint" column that in a nine-year period starting in your County 'ommissioner from District. I County at Large. For I 18
in the Miami Herald. This!' is! 1934, the estimated percentage of industries dom: one" of the new-fangled years I have tried tIt serve you to the best/ of my ability, voting only
what! he had to say about it last January in :Miami has\ decreased' fifty Farmer's Diary .lane,"R in a hurry.. for the best interest of I the people\ of our County. Refusing to take

"t long before the present! heated per cent. During this period, the number By Sam Mcurvcy! Rnjoyeri the FFA banquet\ dictation from any Political Powers.

political> contest developed: : of retail, wholesale and service 'la.1 Uf'pk"s a attest of the! I have taken a firm stand on rebuilding l I ho road house! on the pres-
t"Thone of us who have lived on our
County for a long( time can't help,' 2,200. hour Inter It. wa', Mindlm-' ,i I I It is t the btu event of the year I Bradford County.
feeling some dismay!' about the pro :Mayor High( campaigned for, re Illf '"r I our youn'i fanners! an''
1.ulll."
Crcasive! decay of Miami's\ downtown. election as Mayor of ;Miami] by pledging ; ) ( I 'Hipy put on program that I promise the people of Bradford; j!# "In spite of its great name, known to launch the :Magic City (Center Ir wris .. credit to their ndvlsors office again as one mon I term would Ri h c me full retirement benefits
One way to get even:' with "* Hiit.cliins and
Ijlrrqughout the world Miami has! bqen Plan,an imaginative to j i iu Curtis Mar- which I feel I have eat ned and desert/
program revitalize the biting ants is to s'op' yiu'mnwpr : lowe, and to themselves.!
'slowly dying sine the end of World downtown Miami, but the recent f rt'ih!'! m"'ic p"", '1\\ I humbly ask/ you for your support on :May 21:, and with the help of
War II, and NO- I.1sApEjthe( em-, Federal I !study! !says' ". few nest, and create a hurricane Those who like flower gar- i (Cod: I will continue to do my hest (to :serve, the people, of I Bradford County.
'phasis: is 0111'14)) has come up to bJ'eathe'ri steps were ever taken to effect its implementation I which will level, the ant hill fj 1 have I
nli"i treat In
w life into its feeble body. ," There's! no shortage of waterIn the nround.: But you must not n store Thank you and may (God' bless each one of you.
1 fop themsohes! at the
f "Meanwhile, outlying areas have Mayor High boasts that he has: reduced the ground around the < Sam has done in the past, 1 state! Farm this ov.r week In a
Lawtey section in fact, you top at that point: on your Jessie R. Chastaini
'mushroomed. Dade has become not taxes 12 per cent in recent might say then Is m. e man next no-round with your foot Flower: Show which ''pens today -
only the most populous!! county in the years-if true-this is how he did it : enouch even! for the' fish and i in 'thenlddle of the angry.twarmnt I tad runs: through noon of
state, but fabulously rich. In spite of by turning '. lain'1 Saturday The show draws i enl Ail K ,
over year after year;: ; more> lrog We had a 'white ; i' ani' 01 YOU i .e
the constant turmojl within its metgovel'nment. services to Dade, County's! Metro] gov ,
Dade continuesto ----- -- -- -- ------------ --
ropolitan ernment. Among the !services' ijo longI.I I .
step up to greater heights er offered by the city of Miami utre"

"In the midst of the surge Miami maintenance. of arterial .., the All Friends and Customers
i_.as!! lost its time and( its!:! purpose. The port of Miami\ harbor patrol, truffle, I To My
office of mayor hall! been reduced in courts, communications deplll'tmeht.i i

'prestige Miami's city hall, a.buijding tax assessor's!' office, traffic engineering -
that would make a town 'of ]10.000 and even the drunkometer labor '
'' $hl\med. is stuck off at Dinner' Key, atory.
of Starke Bradford and the
t'hidden. behind abandoned! ..airplanehangers The fact is that the ,City of Miami County
and old barracks occupied by budget has increased! forty per cent: ,

enlisted Navy personnel during'WorldWar since Robert King$ High. .became, mayor.
II..tst.j'Tiami. The budget in )1957! ; when he took office
: has become a city without was $21 million) In 1066!}( ) the budget of Florida
,"a peart. It's a city in name only. It had risen to more than $:H million, State
,,has no important (central area where or more than one million dollars! a .
YOII could( take a visitor and say proudly year increase under High$ while surrendering
'
*to him : This. is: our city !: many services to Metro.
SB"Tampa and Jacksonville seem like Out of HarlellInt V'II 26 mini ki, inal-
l c ties. They have a character that one itie, !Miami ranks at the top in fax
.associates with a city, in spite of. the at ion. This includes ;Miami, i (IJcarh.Cornl ; .
*dust and grime that covers their buildilrgs. Gables Miami Shores and Hi-
Vote For The Man With
Both have n downtown t that you aleah. The Miami City Commission:' r1
:;can find and( recntmi, and about which faced with an ever incr"'ising hud you can say: This is Tampa, or This! has asked! its city attorney to determine -
te; Jacksonville to what extent 1nt'W state law
t ". Miami fare decision 28 YEARS EXPERIENCE
most
now a limits a municipal' t t"\ in'Tpasc.:! !
or lose one nf its greatest! opportunities These are St me of HJP little" 1 known .
For by the time the exprp I'I-' facts! (at Ipf1'1t t unknown in this inrf t t -r w
jVay system is completed work on two of the
state) about the city whoso
Important projects, Disneyland) and :Mayor nnw asks for the leadership In The State Legislature
\Jntprama, will be in progress.\ Florida Florida If his own city has deteriorated : ; ) .
Swill be bracing itself! for an influx of at the core until it K in fart, a citv! '
'Visitors far greater than any number "without a heart" what can, he possibly -
"Wive have ever dreamed of. offer in leadership! ; fiiditie'| :.\ < forth
1] "With its: magic name ;Miami is in State of Florida ? ,

,u position to make itself an irresistible We'll take our chances with (>mernor '- \ #

attraction that would draw a Rums! whose improvrnu'iits" in A : *: YOUR FRIENDA
large percrntatrp of the millions of Jacksonville _. though( costly (fas ;IIIimprovements
j'p; ( opl.. who (come to sec the two great ;iro)-- hate t'ivrn our ,

,show place1. neiwhboring .\ .
( city a ('I.'nll'hIHine-<-
"The opportunity is: here, an,l if district that is a thing of beauty and I

.':1 :Miami doesn't grab it some other'Greenspan' a symbol of proirrcssivrness.hah 1t

-' \, n, Art teu'tiir II Sta'il- 1C' nmc whirl, "live 'iirilu-,! ,
Headline Set I ''Izatlnn ani Con "rvatloi "TonlinH: on a v-no -10' vcvha1 MY FRIEND F
| ': ,
tate Committee. State an'n.I '* f* ponrTi-i n I Nip' T I I I"', -
: For June 30 I I "Ip"| should reach: axi'reTien'' i of CAP whl h IIP'k."ii ""'vprnm -
I "U'l fiC State commlttcby: : 'nt* to p'reh1-. s-n! -I 1 ",
I cal givernmentM agencies the. same date. ('plan1 for ronvrr_lon to rermttttn -
I Tvl'hlna to rtlcinate; In i ThP CroVin-1 A'il ". : anl nn"prvnMon n.e
C rnsirin shou'd reach agreements Pl'o"r"m! seeks ti shl: t tm"'n'l Pnt.i, : firmpi. mil n t I."i
with ASC county corn Inn.'' art, presently ne' /1:1 fo Tan participant! In 'he rnarnm -
I, mirree bv June. 30 In o-der tot: I production to recreation and:! i are eii!\ 1b'n foi ra>.t-
be Included in the 1986 croP-I conservation uses on a long- :, ha'ina" for: c""pl'vatnn, ( work
land Adjmtment term bali It Is a wiaolement tnrldfnt to shlftlnuthe< Ian1 JOHNS'He
cording to Emery Williams. to the annual commodity' pro- other from uses surplus production f> CHARLEY E.



THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

ESTABLISHED 1879
Us Now Let's Stand Him
Has Stood By --- By
K. L. .....TTHEW.. EOITO AND PU.LI.M IOLDICT

i PLOAIDA'r. WIIKLV NcwioArc* Pu SLI.Hr0 CONTINUOUU.V BEST WISHES,
UNOC THC SAMC "MAITHCAO

"ULI.HlfO EACH TMU .OAV AND CNTCNro Am SICONO CLA. MATTIH Ar TMI SAM ROSEr ERG

_PO.T Orriec AT SYAAKCFLA... UNO H AOT OF MARCH *, I.T..
Starke. Florida

IN THE TRADB AREA OND TJDAR I3.SO SIX MONTHS I2.0 J
OUTSIDE 'IF'1tnre'.. i Advertising', / Paid I Kor )Hy Sum H"'lcnhcrsOa )
: TRADE: ARSA _- orrm TEAR 14 oo wx MONTHS $3.2
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83 Teachers Bradford High -Sandra Lee'I.............,. ........ eral days last week with Mi-
Chambers Patricia S. Cowan, and Mrs. Rene Garcia and I ............... ..
Inc.
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EMPIRE CONCRETE Linn Ellis, Sr., Ruth H. Stewart CLAY HILL Mrs Vivian Morgan and son .....
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AppointedFor
and
James G. Miller.
A. W GaylorJ:!, Jr and
LOCATED IN STARKE INDUSTRIAL PARK Southaldo Elementary Mara car feeling :
that new
Next Year Kopelouaoa Carole Druaa, daughter' Donna were Saturday Got
State Road 100-A vert, Jonnle Ellis, Sandra :Mil-:- \ n, Mrs. Howard Padgett Archie guests of Mr and Mrs
Gaylord of B-anfoid!
Appointments of 83 teachers vert, Jonnle Ellis, SundraMUler Phone 289-4132 Sunday afternoon guests of '
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and Gerturde Wampler.
Quality Concrete on: annual 18 new contracts appointees' including Hampton Elementary .- r........... .....1rr.. Mr. and Mr Mrs.and Harolil Mrs.( Leonard Daviswere 4( 1-

Judy Dawn Bomar, William C.
were approved by the Bradford
It was good to see our Moore and two chlldnn Randall -
Cliett, Jr., and Paula' Herrlott
Courteous Service School Board last week
Brooker Junior church hove -so many In Sun- Davis and Mrs. Penny)
IIH recommended by principals Jean Hnrrell.RJB HighIva 'day School with 83 present. Bule all of Slarkp. i Ion I Mi -
Efficient Equipment and school trustees. High Evelena Kittles. We were glad to hate Mrs anl Mm. Mark Moore and two
Seven new teachers have of Buffalo : children of Gainesville] -
Harry Taylor! Jr. j
Fast Delivery been appointed at Southslde less CountywldoGlair, speech correctlonest.Sharp- N. Y. and 'Mr and: Mia. Bobby Airman: 2c' ani Mrs Harley @ @ j jps {
in !live at
Starkp
Elementary .
Re-appointments are: Taylor with us Sunday night. Hartley< and son: and Dinnip ;
Bradford three at !
High Himp- Welcome back anytime : Hartley of NlcPvlllc spoilt Friday -
Anderson Jr. High, Lawtey
e PHONE 961-5351 ton Elementary: ono at Brook-
last through Monday xvilh Mi
Alice :M. Anderson, Argenln There was a re.ival
<>r Junior High One at RJE i I and Mrs R. .. '
I Smith
R Hagen Nathenlel Richardson week at the Church of Oa I; of __
Contractor's Bids Appreciated High School and one lotmty- : and Karselene: N. Zimmer Picpheey, conducted! by Mail Mr. anti) Mr. Lards: Wise ani
wade person"' man. Wright. Mrs. BtI'thPagett: : sons, Rov and Carlton: of
| New appointments an: Bradford High Caleb C. of Maxvllle\ and Mr. and Mrs 0 Adams Wnrney M. Adkinson, Dan Mosley of Jacksonville\ supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I Mary! Bactyman: Ruth Bumba, attended! services Saturday Chester Wiso. Q) @ ,
Constance howling Betty S. nltiht. We wie sm'ry to Vni, tint ,.
Foley Quincy Gardner Henry,I SCHOOL NEWS Mrs Maxle Carter. "Zi 1. is a -, '" 1
Green. Anthony Griffith, Gene I We wore sony to get the I patient: In St Vln-ent'q Hospital Qi
Herring Ulan Ilnnii, David A.': news last week that our school In Jacksonville We hope
To The Citizens of .r Jncobsen Sarah L. Kaeiaer, will be closed! after this term. she will bP better snnnMr .. '" ....... .
Carol Lee Thomas E. Malloy, The child:'en In grades one arvj Mrs Wnricn! Ebllnv about a low-cost Auto Loan
Judy Martin. Charles Mason, through ,<.lx will be transferred and two daughters were Sun- See us
Albeit J. :Mercer Linda Morn to Mlrfdleburs Elementary an';' day afternoon guests of Mr the model and tr
Bradford the showrooms, picked
County eon, Rosa Rabell, Pansy Reed i grades seven through twelve "sal> :Mrs Clinton Barton nn1:! When you've shopped
Bonnie Sheldon, James W. will go to Orange Park High family of Keystone Heights. your best deal, see us. We'll make a good deal even better with r
% Shiner. Isabel Simpson, Foster!! I School. Our principal.(: Ear' Mr and Mrs, Jlmm" Smith low-cost bank financing. And you can count on fast, friendly ser/

I WANT TO TAKE THIS i Shi Smith, Patsy Steagald, Hoffman and Tomm, Rivers and children: of Graham wefSunrtiv when you discuss your Auto Loan with us.
Walker Stewart Sandra Weaver ate transferring to :Mlcldleburg dinner guests of Mr.and .
Thelma Thornton, and Ol- The school house will be used I, Mrs R. L. Smith to take "the safe
On auto be sure money"AMERICAN
trips
OPPORTUNITY TO ASK THE I
ga Wejebe. for a civic center.PEISONALS Mr and Mrs. L Stoner. Mr
Hampton Elementary-Mau-I and Mrs Tom Stoner and son r.i '*:
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD reen Paul Philomena Adkinson Mr. and Mrs. Louie! Carter I Wade( and Mr and ]J.is Jerry EXPRESS :.:: .
and Dorothy Hibbard. and Nanny visited Mr. Carter' Fal!-, s11 of Oc-nia WP"e we1'k- j l : :1 .1'
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COUNTY AND FLORIDA TO Lawtey Jr. High.- Carolyn sister and brother-in-law. Mr "n 1 guests! of Mr. and Mi-, TRAVELERS CHEQUES I :,-: :
Canova, Linda Culver, and and! 1'.11'-.1. B. Mosley of George/!! W Brown: ,
VOTE FOR Sharon Funk. Mlddleburg Sunday after- Little Penny Padgttt spent Prompt refund if lost or stolen. Spendable everywhere. Cost-only a pen
.
.
RJE: HighB.. Alexander, noon. the weekend in Middlebni.!
phi L A Baker, J. C. Bradley, C. Those visiting Mr. and Mrs I with her IIrnnf: -ol'Pl1ttl\
i N Clark L. L. Heath R. L. Henry Mosley Sunday wereMI'9. and Mrs W. H stail'n-' ;
Taylor. and M. E. Wilder Mosley's! sister Mrs. Lena Miss Linda Marsh ni.d thlrt\ y?
Smithslde. Elementary Mosley and son Charlie, and of her school mate. all of F LO RIDOne
Haydon Burns for GovernorMy Gladys Bundy Thomas, Nllda arandsons Mike Mislev) and Jacksonllle, spent Sunday at
K. Hogan.Iary Agnes Fergu Tommy Havarrah of Jacksonville the home of Mr and Mrs
yon Marilyn Joy Roberts, Edward Moslev of :\lIddlt'bm'JC. Woodrow rallan Thev enjoyed!
Lena: Parker Carole M husband the late Lawton Crawford, and I hate known Haydon Hums Carol Rosenberg, and Sally Starke and Mr. amiIr

for many >eurs. Our son. Thomas Crawford, has been employed I hy the Tober Starke ElementaryEddie Clarence! Mosley and familyof of 30 Banks of the Florida National Gr. "
City of Jacksonville for 20 years, and was :Major Hums: personal aide Joyce Sexton Felder Rowan, Jacksonville.Mrs Plastic Notebook $2.50 at the

for several! >ear.s. y I, Betty Haas Barbara, Camp- of.Jacksonville Marie Wright spent and Leslie the TELEGRAPH. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Cort
ora Ruth Reynolds, and A.
When one has been as!' close to a person as he has been to :Mayor linens Michael\ Sexton.County.wlde week with Mr and Mrs. Rob -
you learn to Know him well, and know the type,, of person he is. Knowing personnel ert Carter and family .- '
Governor Jiurns! like my son and I do we know him to he honest .;sober Avalon Severs art teacher; Mrs. Marklee Pu--.iett:! and
courageous, and fearless, and we know he is dedicated to building a better Julie Rasmusaen, music teacher baby son returned home from

Florida. Norma of special Jean Clark education, coordinator -, the David hospital! Williamson last week.nephewof Keep 9"

My family and I ask you to vote for and support llajdon Hums: for Gov; and Lawrence Ted Oglesby Mrs. Howard Padaett, left L. P. P 1 t iiib '
ernor. Area Vocational-Technical Center Sunday bv plane for Viet 2
director. N'am. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. p. L. Williamson of
Your former County Commissioner Green Cove Springs.
Mr and Mrs. Lloyn Wilkinson -
MRS. SALLIE CRAWFORDPaid I'IIE RIGHT POINT for the of Lp.wtey spent Wednesday -
vav! you write. Come in and Senator f@r the Sixt
with Mr. and Mrs. Hardy
I select your favorite ESTER- Padgett Little Becky Carter : :
( Pol. Adv Paid for By Wm. E. Owens Camp Treas.) I' BROOK fountain pen. TELE'
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Telegraph returned few days.BIRTIIO.tY home. with them fora

I I DINNFR .
Mr. and,: Mrs. Henry Mosley
.1 were given a surprise dinner
Sunday May 8 on his: 73rd
birthday and for : :: ---- ,
I 'orrtosley- wow" .wmoe r
:
Whateve denver Mother's: Day, bv tlvir elahl oars r,area E!
yo I children and families!\ Plenty
'JCHEVY'S of food was served and:! a large
birthday cake which was di- um
I aw.rtm
uxm.
bided in half which said "Hapry t
%
Birth-"''ay Day." and:! for I \ nwo. ; Ti
.
GOT YOUCOVERED I Mrs. Mosley "Happy Mother's I, 4s\ .",
: : Day. About 65 people enjoyed .nrwn' urs.a r 1

the day with them.Kingsley $ '.

....................n FIRST I'Kl.MAUY KKSt'I.TS{ c '.: I ,".

I Lake 1..1'1 'Pete' Gibson; led i opponents in .

the "dotted" counties shove he A,
!\Ir... E. M. Norton led his: run-off opponent in (the }\ .'
1'lione 584-2081 "shaded" counties! and trailed him a '
only in the :'J counties un.haded.YOUR .
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CHURCH SCHEDL'LKS:
Kingsley Lake Baptist ,
Church: Sunday School 9-45:
I a. m.; Morning: Worship, 11 a. District-wide Candid[
,' m.: Training< Union 6-45: p. m.;
Evening Worship C p. m.:
Midweek Prayer Service, Wea>-

Rev.nesday, 8:30 Jim: 7:30: p.RJgdon p.m.m.Supply;, Choir"Come pastor Practice let, \Who Is Running On His Record, Not Residence!

r. us worship:' together."
Rev. R. T.. Williams will

supply for us: next Sunday.Rev. Senator L. P. 'Pete' (Gibson's; : widespread first
primary !strength is ,
Rigdon will be Away on ; pictured above. Tin-:
vacation polled his: run-off opponent in 21 of 2I:! countk-s. and led in 1 17 counties 1 proves: that hi. L I
Beulah Baptist Church: the people is: based on merit rather than siction.iism.Lhine : .
I Sunday School 10 a. m.:
M0l'l11ngVorship 11 a. m.:
Training Union 6:30: p. m.,
/ only I 12 miles from the geographic renter of the
:Sixth
District
Evening Worship 7:30: p. m an Aluntnu-
:Midweek Prayer Service, Wednesday stale unher ities. and a vi ;orous. ('un..cientiuu:04oenalor: : with a pt us en record of "scru,.
7:30: p. m. R 'v. R L. people I'ITIiIBSO: ="' is best qualified to
the
represent
(Choose: the low-cost Chevy-Van..pick from a i I Taggart Welcome., pastor Everyone people of all 21 counties:

PERSONALS

'ipairof panels..or 11 basic Step-Van models. I I the Mrs.Green Chester Cove Wood Springs attended Senior AND REMEMBER, PETE GIBSON VOTED AGAINST THE 24 C. ,

I I i I Class trip to Daytona TY MONSTROSITY! HE IS FIRMLY COMMITTTED TO SENSIBLi
Beach last Friday She was
,ff yu've-g(!) fa' load to keep under cover-any size\ famous Chevrolet engine efficiency-and becauseilcadfrom175cubicfeetto497cubicfeetChevy's I Il 1,. truest of her daughter Mona PORTIONMENT.VOTE .
\l of tough chassis and body construction that helps Kay. who Is a member of the

\:quipped to handle it for you in the most economical reduce maintenance expense. For any type or graduating, class.Mr .
and Mrs. E. M. Norton
) manner. In fact, your Chevrolet dealer offers length of route-city or rural, thruway or alleywaythe and daughter. Sarah, attended ON !MAY 24TH FOR A SENATOR YOU KNOW CAr' r
widest range of covered delivery vehicles on -a Chevy can cover your delivery needs best. See Homer"omlng at the Lawtey FECTIVELY REPRESENT
> YOUR
!el1ar.ket._ ., lower costs because of your Chevrolet dealer and save. Baptist Church Sunday. COMMUNITY IN THE LEG.
1 Mr. and Mrs Donald Ricks TURE.
and two sons of Gainesvillewere

Select r t from the most complete line of covered delivery trucks..atyour Chevrolet dealer's. Mr Sunday and Mrs.afternoon W. H guestsof Agner


and Mr.son.and Mrs. M. C. Duggarof ( Keep

.@ MOVE OUT IN MAY the Chevrolet Way. i Lloyd afternoon Jacksonville Macy with and: Mr.spent children.Mr and Sunday.Mrs. I P. "Pete" Gse: J


.,__ ._. ____...___.___.__..._......................._.,n'"n" ..........._......................__...'n_....___-...... __............._ I and Mrs. Harold Davis
had as guests for the weekend
09 8144
:Mr and Mrs. AI Gregory and r

WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC. five Wallace children\ !Silcox of Lake of Jackson-City. SENATOR for the SEIXTh

: ville I Is spending a few weeks
, with his mother Mrs. Emily

U. S. 301 NORTH STAKKE, FLA. I'll(ONE 961-3900 Sllrox Mr Paw political advertfeemem win",' z, rI m ,
if and Mrs C. C Crews of 'lpiljol tl. asurej p
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STEWINGCHICKENS I MR. W. H. NEFF, Jacksonville, Fla... ,
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.An TEN "RADFORD corrmr T XFonAH HTARKB. PLO'R1IfA.' _" 191'1

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... ........., I Sla.a" Jeff Bakers. n.AV" AND BrKCTFICATION' : Imll be made through N.. ............. Amelia! CI. Tames t: ... Ne. Uesorlptlonot lead S T H A 0.....r ... (.......
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PItOCUlU MI N'I' thH-offlt-e. of tile ..tvhit.vt.l'lsch t I T R i
who WIe1'e to hear of the ,
Sgl. James B Sulleis sorry A. tt..*r.l t;_tra..,.r.i Upon .Md. iiHalt, be acuompan- 1678 -1 Lot 100si'|
HAMPTON hall Just returned from Germany death of W. O. "Doc" Forsythand 'request and 'recall' led by a fanliler's check or bid' 877-At SW Cor of In NK Cur <'f N'/u' I

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baze we wish to extend heart- of $80.IIU) ...'1....." <>( citn- bond In the amount of S percent BE"Of hi alone NE'4un"HeLine A of NHU'\ O* 8E'-i\ IS 6 2* 1 Edmund Johiisun sl t HI 1 4.1'swt 1 1li

of Burlington Texas, and Mis felt sympathy to his bereaved pml. Contractors. twoS of the bid payable to the 621 Ft for POB than : .1
( ) ...!. of -'lunn .,Id"Ioelrlt'atlons artliradfnrd
Board of Public Instruction l'A III NHCor '
By Mrs Mary Wlllltun. Irene Taylor of Waldo were family. N 420 Fti H Sill 16H7) ,
1 wilt l>n for. County. Florida as of WU\ ofNF
visiting Mrs. Ezra Stricklandlast Mi and Mrs. M. L. Walter- wui'dofl, express. collect.li'iuTHl evidence of aooil faith and 210 Ft. ::1 I 420 Ft. W McGill 8.2 : '4 or HU'h ofNBH

A .................... and Mrs. Lola ( Cuntrni'toia .urc K-uaranteelnor' that. the successful 210 Ft to POH 13 7 21 M. E. 21''! I K W
eek.Morris son Sculthorp .
.\ 864- HV4 of I4I BH of V tr.rwt i 316' N" S 28 I 23 Out-nee. IfotiMiMi, 107 it
r"'III..I.'l| to return the bidder will execute and furnish by
D. E. Hill and Kirk of Plant City were visiting in Cedar Key on III: NE% or
Mr. and) Mrs >.01
PlaitS And uperlfliMitloni tn (the Iinuid, of Vubllc In- 8WU! 10 7 21 60 Bunny! daughters spent the weekend anji Mrs. Inez Alford of Jack- Tuesday. by nmll. flu soon a. p<'.- strnrtlon of Bradford' County. of W )*, of NB'i''o 29) 6 23 5 A. T. Paul, 71

4 In Bradenton with Mr. and sonville were visiting Mr. and M1'" and Mrs. Fredrick Wat- Klhla after receipt of "Florid, a. bond 'Issued. by a 830-B--Coin at SK Cur 1708-W 16A of Siof 2 t\\ 6IJ10 23 13 Frank Hell 20.3
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bids to Architect's office Huri>ly Company Mcensvil to do of NISH\ Of IIWN\ SW'i I of Nit
Mrs. Gene douse. Mrs. George Saxon over the terson and laughter! and Mrs. for full .rtfunrt.U. business In Florida and listed 1122' to S It/W of -K 1 .\. of W'y!'

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wads- weekend. Dot Failing were Sunday night : "u...-(.....rnrtvr.. Vvadorn by the United. Mtntes Treasury Hwy 227. SWIv M of NK'i' of SWM: 26 6 23 1 "ranc. Jenkins, 830

worth and children spent thf Jolmny Davis lost control of sup!>!'.' guests of their parents.Mr. ..#.., Fo" ?' plan. a1ld"p.lrloallons Department, i aM acceptable. for It/W 7S6.. for. POll, of NKVi: I
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to .>ubecntntutiiri of the contract 1718 Com
loirper com
weekend In Archer with Mr. his car. on the curve on 221 /and Mrs. M. L. Watterson. vendor the days after 210', SWIy Par Hw ('or of Pluir I'Ot 7
etc. price within ton ((10) I
and Mrs. James A. Davis. going to Starke. and turned : deponlt will bo Thirty being awarded-Ch contract. 210'210' N 8 14 dogrere. W In Lawtey. A: Run
It/W NKIy K of 14.... line to
& Vivian Saxon,: of Pompano over. No one was reriously VIlE RIGH i fuitn t.t tm.r illiirn. (30UO) plus 3 .".1,1 l l iinnil mmrantl'Olne. the performance 210' to POD 12 1:1 1 Loum K. Newman SNOt IIwy 20(1.( H 400)) Fl 1. \.

J>..r rent HHleK ta,.. If the payment of said bond ((181-A-That! port. of I IoOl W POU. Kx.: 'hi"K
each visited Mr. and Mrs. W. hurt.Mr. *7 ,oa ....... Come I In Lad pIano and upcclflcatloniurti by tin Coiitrttctvr.No : MW, HWH' : S to IID Ft 2tII\ 23 3 DorIs.. M Panann) ..3

C. Collins on Sunday and they and Mrs. Donald Slade elect roar. favorite ESTER. returned In good bidder may wltnilraw. his A W Kt Rd 1 31 12 7 21 Merman" Hartley 11.110) 174J-A-l-A S.'h| In SK

were upper guests of Mr. and and family were visiting Mr. BROOK FonntaU> Pen. TELL!: ondltiunXvltliUi. five .(.UJ.lftY. bid. for n period of thirty ((30)) toil-Lot 4 of Blk 12 for of HVS '., of
after receipt .of days after the dote Mot for op- A 1 lot an deso In Nf ", of SK',:'. 28 C 23 1 saw BrIght. Ji,' U.I1181NW'4
Brooker and in
Mrs. Joe Oliver in Mrs. Vernon Slade C.RAPTI. '
Deed Bk 64 lOG l
S73 .. 84W ,
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MdH the refund will be cUing thereof Louie. Deinpsev
SuncJay: night. Glen St. Mary Sunday.Mr. Fifteen Dollars ($15.00)) Tho contractor. trill be re. 1023 In-Oraham Lot 4 of Blk 3 l or $it',' A ,K: Its

Mrs. Vernon Slade and Mrs. Arvll l) >ftit, 'h.ko said Louis Uemps'y 2I.U: Ft of SXV'i' of ali\
spent Shealy MI'I'H'KNi'tiii : .ItliiM 1"" ept ciulred tu complete project In Oraham, SO 0 23 13 Kthel: 1 MHI .

Saturday with Mrs. Free Hall moved last week to the house I IH In.it l 1)'d v..ii HintMialefl the Mhall Architect.l be made payable to bid.within the time .not forth IA- hi" 1159- Lot 40 W ofRy of Sit: lot .pond Hla-sbv 3 9,9

In Gainesville. vacated by Tracy Jones. hiflH will I lt,. r.>, .'l\d l h)yth C Nrpnritti* *.....h. 8eiar- The HllcLHWHfill, blddel. ., If any, In IVoodlaniiA 1780 of-:NK'of K'/of'. NB'i Nt.4: of 27 6 22 3 Eva Orlffls Eat. 25.3
The 4th visited Buffalo visited )Himnl. .of I'ulill liiptriiL'tlonof : K of Hit 2 l KxCof
grade Mr. and Mrs. George nt,) sheetS for cirHWlnin will l he notified within five ((0)) l1M3.U-1 I Lot In SKt"of'NW'J
fliI fird. (''''' nty. I.l..,lIIH.' HItil on N beingJC( '
,.t'lc"tllln. l hid !oI1 it.
Ranch near Waldo onhursday. Mrs. Jessie Durban and familyin or pniren of "P days after the In rcptiHl N&MonP2L5'on ti
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HIII..II1I.i I 61.2I
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may bs purchased The Board ur trut> I Claude' '
W el They were accompanied Lawtey on Sunday. r Pnl.Mi. Hrll t.
lnMlrll'O"n of
< the Architect, as follow lion of Bradford County. Florida 1161-Lot 37 In Wood- 210' K & W by I a27'N : .
ford founty, P. O. fox BIO. W. 28 6 22 I Hi!( Moimlnii ,Serv Corp. 57 '.
by Mrs. Johns. Mr. Mia Johnnie Sue Kulsey of (no refunds): reserves the right to reject lawn 13 5 22 10 Florence : 17.9:112116Lute
-4T"ark,'. |1"-I| >PIII.| | up t t.> ; :.10 I'M: Lsputka
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and all bids and
Jockel and Mrs. Gertrude, Starke spent Sunday with the 1)ciawlsuta$1.00 per liny townlte Wo.l-|
(KSTI th nf 1807-Lot GB III
on 31nt dnv Milj.llililt sheet plus 3 per cent tax InfxrinalUlas.TUB / 35 thru 18
;, inr. I th.* i'.onHti" <'tion of. : Specifications._ $.10 per BOARD any OK PUUI.IC IN- In Woodlawn 1 1. 6 23 40) Mrs. F. W. Wei.h Ant 5250) tan n I3x: Lot lilt of)

AiidcrHiin, Jr. high s,'limilI palre, pius t per cent taxi STIU'CTION OF nilADFORD 1243-Lots 9, 24, 2% In SW Being 60' W 2a 1Z2\ 10 .Floyd KinO 70.4C
21.112: 1 SK: Cur
Woodtown K 17 5 22 P. Sabp ,
I.. Floridahlili R/W 30 Charles '
SCOTT KELLY iwtey. '> >lf.i All. reiiuunts for. plans, OOUNTV. FIX>IUDA 18u1.11"1" roO') \\
''III \\ tlni,* lildti \\ III I bu opnnd and Bpeclflcatlons ...... Thomas L. Casey Jr. 1217 Lot 16 In Suptf 1*11 of ,SK I'i.>r of 'I.i't
Woodlawn Kx R/W 1 IK 5 22 Charles P.
Pn4.I I read l aloud I <1. A fly bUIri arate .sheetS of drawing' HupeilntendentISID 1263-Lot 46 .Wood-: 1O B9, N lOt)', W 1011',

Calls On His Backers To recelv..d Utter tIw .1..lfl.d. thoU specifications, tt f 13.13UI.U. S IOU' E lUll to
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and clato will riot, h. ,'onRh.IeruI.I'Ia or pages lawn Kx R/W. 18 10. Cecil B. .Lsln PflFl) 2' 22 Helen. ,. Hun" 'on 6.1

ii,.. "IW"lr"'IIlloons, nnd t'nnIrl"1 -Utt.. .uiLot, "':. 41: H4n-;/\ 1S'i! '| In 4
"Wipe the smear of the big lie off .l or an mat portion NW Cor of Lot b4
t d""I1".nl"I h. exiLfiljiitt1 -
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of Lots 53, A4 33 1 Hei-urlty' Ml .
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and I" IIw ..rri..... "r n..." It. NOTICM or TAX !CALl! 6(1.( 60 N of ltd In Woodlawn Ind. t:o. 53.4
family" by helping
to
me my I )loI'ICH"r..hl"'I., 341 llwv Notice Ix hereby Itlveln l 'tllIf(( the Ma! ( */la'or June, I10H begInat Waodlawn.. Kx-B Hi': I IHH1-A H 1 1'12' of
I 17. IIIHIIW Pa rk. 1 Ploilda, and of W 4 ofNWl
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12 noon at Ktflrke County Bradfurd. Htalc Florida tax K', of *
elect High. I afl follnu. ,N: sale ertlfli'-ates" will be noUl on the following ilenrrlbed. land to Lot 43 A Kx K 131' : of NK 34 6 23 6 1"; .... For K:".-ntlalHoliHlnic

1. V W I lioditi" "I'm poratlon. pay the amount due fur !taxes herein g&L opponlt* the ..ame. to. of W tUof:\ Lots Int. 82.4S

-Florida Times-Union .kHimvlllt, Florida (ether with all oata of such, sale. and all advertising-, 54 A 59 N of nil IIH3- That. Port of

2. llalneBVllli. rlan Uoom.. I0. In Woodlawn' Kx: 22 "7 Mrs J. S. N>rlllll" 14'', .ofW', ..f
May 16, 1966 OnlnoHVlllc.. Floilila, \: Denerlntloa. AsBOttat *f Tsxea. R/W 19 5 But. 7 .27Jovre NW" K i>f lilt lIt
of .Issjd 8 'I._ R O.e". .... Vea' Lot: In SW Cor Ill
3. Daylona* Hvatli liuUdurH Jj;; 23 2 llmnpltui, t
Duty
All 57
(Paid Pol. Adv.) ,1311- that portionof Sl|.
Kxihanirr: naytonaluarli. 81-A-H. 2775' S of .
!W'f.\ !'tR'tof I 91 3-A- 1 Lot BO' V
Kla.I NK C'or of New *i NW'. N of ltd A S l hY 50') K: & WIn

of :-IW'i. !S' 81"''-TV A NW'i of SEt!, 111 C. 11. ltartwr 85.91>> !'1 SW' for ofof !H'i,
[ Ito N 21i(#', K.: 210- of NWV, 21 5 23 ..!:.. NW I. of N\ ',.

to "a-I Kx H/W 1 6 20 1 tilxl Acunptanve. 131.1: -1 Lot In NW K or Kit 33lHlt G:3 Lacy (lice," Bi!I.O;
Cerp' n.n CoP of NI': ''. of -IA In NK l] for

I JACKSONVILLE 177-NW'/i.; of SW'" 27 8 20 40 F. U Tnmllnsim Sl.9 NWVJ of NK'4: be' 1 C R. Flllrh".r 83.28 of Ni:", ot SW'/4:
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 181-..... or. $JdM..es- I Ing208 4/4 Ft 8<| 22 S 22 > of 'tW't 35 G 22 1 Mid StateHomes' .
W 8(1( "f Lot
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ANTIQUES HEARING AID I colt of BWV4\ otKx 139 S-Lots I, 2:1.: iJJIk svN '114' i it: into l '
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For Best In :SeeSONOTONE
ANTIQUES Hearing TilE I 1317-Lot*. B, 8. 7 ft '/ POH; Cunt. Mv
11. 1I: BLK 8 of RIle I III In Law. Wayne It.: Steecey I 7.:1.: nnBrtrv !'It">' to
Pet 21 Ward City I 8 7 29 Myrtle Skes.. U.34 tev "W oftfly'' ; ,I'.. Or 11(1( Wl%" Ni"tiit .
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Bought- Sold---Appraised Kongo ::l711-N'r. of KW' of .. A .. 3424--W.-e4la'; at Sty Il'Ir.r

FurnltureChinaOI4slSnverBraoU 1\Ialt.U.. NW'1! & :<4W15! of Lot 6 of Blk 23 hiLawtey JI"uIIIIII i4i'rvlv's llr 2iii) >', Sly 1'ar
OF JACKSONVILLE :4\I' '. 11) 7 2U) SU H. II Mott 7(66J9flT1a W, of RyBlk Corp. 79.2B ithVly Hdi-v:: 2"11') ,
Paintings POODLE GROOMING 1429-14 I II 200' to, I'OB 3 6:3:: Henry Lll.fulln 3! 9'
"The Strongest and Smallest : or (4F'I. )l'x: % oJ: 34 .
Sweaters, Collars Tags "11.\ Cur ...fJ:-: ::'J 'ofI'II . . I to: Lipt9y! I W.rJi1: 1\I..t.1I8.. 1..1.... \.II 195-l: ;; <-net SW ",""r I =..j
O._ Piece or a house Full Hearing Aid In the World"Only Pet Supplias'Blrd.FIshIiwnuiterts- :".. a Sl ..t' t 147b-: S', of :1111( .. or Ni:1'; ": of SU 'i .;;.
Lawtey W or Ry14l Herbert Pad".tt 1.14 Run K 6.10to K/W .
Co. HearingAid Mode NE''; S II 311 or SWor .
: : '-N'i of Blk 21: Sissy J01, NKIy "11
Ina Ward Antiques :22 Went! Monroe Daily &: Sun. 10-8 P. (. h NI':'(. & SWor In' Lawtey.; W of Ry Hattie. ('art.r. 1.11 W R/W 318'. W

3372 St. Johns Ave. Jacksonville 353-1483 l.. IH I H Lying U37-.1hllf: Blk 4 In 710'' S 316', toPOR
Closed Tuesday L or Co Or ltd 6.t.x ..\ Lawtey W "r 'It, Mrll. John H. lJyo I 14.13 : 3 8 22 B M. arovs. In
Jacksonville 387-1370 HOBBY SHOP 8939 Herlong Rd. Normandlt a It/W' 18 7 20 ,. 18.H.. H.. Mott 103.44 i440.N? 88.881 of I, l95I-N! ) %" uf Kt1'', ofNKVt .
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Call Collect ttlk. 7 CorlloUa Unit Lawtey W of Ry Clifton I're\'att 3.G. KK & SU'.I, ..r
FIELDSHOBBY Jacksonville 781-2800 Tell 1>. Blah..m 8t.114I1MNW'o I 1444-Dla. Lot 7 KxK : '. of NK": W
I I of'SW\' .' 200) Ft 'In Law ..::11t1t.; 3 8 22 :27! Winifred Ureen 5-!>.8
Auto !Sales Service; \.
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SHOP Inc. PIANOS-ORGANS Es, 1 A N of Ry. 11 7 to as :outh'rn' Oil 1471 ...vvlj of Lot 111"- 19,7'I3'l':'; or 4l'! J. L.
Chemical 1 Co 6t.211: of situ, 5 S 22 10 Rrnntlv 173
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WESTSIDEVolkswagen A Complete' Line of Mason & Hamlin Pianos 41-NIW:! o.t Lot I J.L. Ry Joyce D. Spell 31.u2 81114-:>::1':', i.f NI':''.
10 W of IS 7 20 18 Southern OilSChemical H of :St. IUI 16 KxHW .
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Inc. Boat & Airplane Builders Sup- Hammond Organs Co. 31.32 11. 12 of Blk 13 7 8 33 2 Leo T. Sullivan. 3.1

plies--Specializing in Radio Magnavox Organs 481-S1/3 or 5'4: !. ofswit Lawtey E of Ry MInni.. Ste.Johneon 202' _\\'", of :>:W''o .
of NWII, 23 6 Zl 1 Orene P. Co..rt. 5.15 Reid. 4.n of NW K of St
Models Deal At- .
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AUTHORIZED DEALER 524- IW of SEItO.or 1484-Lot 7 of Blk la Hd 16 86 23 8 Leo T. Sulluan *4.2'
arid Equipment SE'4 39 5 :1 20 C.: II. S J..hn Ilenta 21.5:1: Lawley 12 of Ry Johnnl. Fowier :3.53 SII.10-Coin,,' at S\V Cor

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Body Shop Open Evenings till !9) P.M. F. O. MILLER of SE'4 iI t G 21 to C. H. Itents. H.13 lot 1.1 I In Town of M-:', of Si: ',. K
i'vlr.WI .. .. Lawtey K of Ry w. 1-: Sober G.9.. tnPO"/ N
coo ..- 613-U"IIf.: At !4W L'orof I 1490-Com at aw' cor 430K,: 103' S .!II'
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8 p.rn. Sat. Closed Sunday Jacksonville 388-8662 II 893'. :II 1112, along W Bdry cf \ U I 1113' In I'OB t 133\ Lulu,, Bell. Terrell' 73.421182SW' '
6 ::1: 19 Ch.rl. C.-R.ul".on 3ii.12 8 S3 40' oi'I'III\ 61,6 I ,
W 392tq.. .I'OR 1. Lot II. 200 Kt lopriw : of NK', IH Kayo *
11.10 I.ANT: AVE. SOUTH I 622--'NFVs; ..f NW'.; '!\ SN ) Nly on' w : gnilO Coin at HW.

'f'"hne Jacksonville 384-3441 Men's & Roy's Weat 411' of N\\' of Bdry 82.7.1 Ft .' \. Cur nt it's:'. of \\ ',

NI'\.o: W of Gr itilEs Klv: INS Kt Sly onK of NW: >. A linn :N
SAWSPEARSON'S Lot 110' IIQ I t 1\\ !I 41 flrCnC P. .o..rt 3.12:; Bdry ot Lot 15-A 400') for I'OB. K
Parrish Motors "Quality CIothM. for Men an 64W'4:! of NoW'. 1 8. 21 41)) Mr'..". E'] ;Th..1I'1t' H.50 82.71 Ft Wly INS 4 200'.... N 100'( V.

Boys Since 1919"Van 6ao1.-D8-A Com mt NE '. Ft. to Poll In Law 200', S 100- to POut
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J' SA'IJCSSBBVICE: Saw & Knife Corn? F3: ohNlt'4of 1499-.\-K: 60' of Lot : Lee. Wnlkerv 16.14 for. Hci'ess. to Ril 10 S:3 John E. IIr.-Ri. 1.1.
Heusen Stetson Hats NE% or SW'. W 11 Blk 16 LawteyK :, .
SERVICE 2104 ( of
SALES & POP. S Com 6(1K
188.48' for
'O Gold Cup Sox of RR Samuel, .Cruikeit 85.50 '
McGregor SAWS 1011' 18 165' N 101" ..' t.'r of :St. nil A: j.:>
ALL TYPES OF .
PARTS 1505--Com at SK (' .
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1 8 eL 1 Leon 8w..t. 5,115 of ('r of Co UdRun
Formal Wear Rental To POll
Complete 5027 Broadway Ave. .' of Lot 17 run W E 1000"* on !4ItW
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:inFt.: N" lOii', Ft to Pt lIlt"- %\ of "3ALRR.

Always Good Used Cars ]lounqmcnsShop POM W r..3"1 Ft 1. X S Par. to lilt
i Ml Laura St. Jacksonville I SEWING MACHINES 64.-AII w4, ..f Nl': 101 Ft. .] 125 Ft. IIB.2t1' for POB
w or'lIlt 223 5 NP /4' 104 Ft In 'Lawtey. Con S 216.71',
> Phone 366- 654 S40 Main Corner Duval 4 ..r :NWIi S N!.;' K] of Ry .1\1.01 Jenkins 8.15 N 68 ,dee W :'IIf.N .

Jacksonville SINGER AUT. ZIGZAG of 111':'. of NWI' 3 1\:1\ 1U J. L. Aivsr.a 53.65850'i4Sof 1310--Com' at SVV Cor I"... .. : Par. ti, UK 216.71'84438'deg.
: ... of Lot 17 A Itun .
a 210' to
Automatic Transmission!' MOTORCYCLESHONDA Like New in 4 Dr. Cabinet i'lE14' Ex: 2A.tJW'I'r! In 1'1"'. for N: 30.1 Ft K: 160 Ft '. 'I" bee; 10 II 33 1 Samuel A. Brown 11.1
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Cor AI..n SA In516 .. *
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Automatics it of
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'4 3 6..1 29 R."O. R4ii.h.. 7.I..t1 to I-OB In Lawtey

Transmission & Ideal Sewing CenterALL 614-N i.\. of 1.L.] ;:, of K ..f.. Ry. ...It .illal. N A Av S by 810 Kt 13 6 22 e U O. Cooper. ;Bit.; 37.i'
MOTORCYCLESAll N141'4 & KeJllt1 8:1.0:
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U.Motor ExchangeBIG Models-Nothing Down M A K E.3; W14 1f.orN ofNPP4 UIt'Ae.: ..",. at NW 0 ., Jin I -s>-,, .., Nw ....

New and Used! Mchln a: N 1 A ofW'4 Cor..r that Por .: I4W'. of NK'4.; it Sir I>,
DADDY WALT Merchants Green Stamps 844 Cassat Ave. Of "Wit e' 9.1q&Nf.A.otSi- of Lot It 16of sIr. NK', of HPi'i ol.fsW'

Open 8 AM. to 7 P.M.Monday.Friday :!. st lu Lawtey m' ofRR 'A Ex. Pup on
Unmanufactured Transmissions Jacksonville 389-5071 of ltE'. to' NW'4 10 I :1 s H."D. R4ddI.h U.II H 27*'. K 244 .'' \\ SkIs 13 6 23: gt?. .,v.. .M Harris.. 36.7

[ -'.MotorsBr ... aWl(, 0' *i1'4 Lu S n$ 4a'S16"U.Y', 32.12 N 271% W 80', a ., :2l44iI-4.C8V-w" swu ofNKI .
8 A.M. to 6 t'I\\' ''. or i,
P.M. TRACK SERVICE 4W 60', N 1.
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Quality Craftsman 69:1-: ./12. V... Nv -. ,,4. .' W"120"' 'tPOR -:. % H. D: Baxter. 17.7:1:1 111'2 lf Sit I of s P4111 ': % .

2097 W. Beaver St. Saturday and Wednesday tnt In IIW % or NE%. I 1.12S-1 Lot 100 Ft N or.'o. ., 13 6 22 ID Wesley M Luke. II 3
CLOSED SUNDAY Y'STRACK a Rr'J''. or "w'. '
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Jacksonville. 353-4771 NW'.. of Il'E'4 Ex 8' by 200 Ft K 211.Jo1 1 1:19,5': of W
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MOTORS Je: CYCLES SERVICEPortable Lot 20 In LawteyK '
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109-8F. Mra. .
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4949 Blanding Blvd.Jacksonville of Co fir Ud' 16 6 23 2 John l>. HiKsr 59.2
81.119
CAMPERS Track Press Servlo 1 'A C"'I..ry 13 8 21 38 Frasler Kelly :"t 1332- Lot 2I.A: Kx. :JIJI
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771-8344 : N 100 Ft. In Town
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Welding 22 II fl :!II 'Charles! W. .RIons U.11 of Law-try E of R? or VW'U
Cribbs Campers Used & Crawlers 790-1.t t or 31. IICro.by 1547 Wt. of of tee ofNKKx Lot In
Bulldozers GO'.n EV 4 Joyce. \'n1kfr U.II* : SK i'". being. 20'")'
Lake t1hor M F C Corp.
MUSIC N 33llFtOfLot 8tKt. ,
"We'll Keep 'em :Rowing" N&Sh'l0ll'itt'
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.. Del-Rey Campers 19t-LoJ ShoreS V..ra' L..a' Nugent t.1U :N 100 Ft In w II. ix: i"'t u.....!.
7287 W. Beaver Crosby Lake Town' of Lawl"Y..1 <"n i ni<. 2111112171A : 18 4 23 2 Hanee. B. Thornton $47 !
Louifl ,
Paulus A In Sl'! Cur of lly1ST 1I.n. 7.14 .
Music 811-2" "
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Jacksonville :388-4621 ... : it.6' fcK
Shasta Trailers -
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of Ry ::12 8 21 I 2 2/3 L. J. Kite. 1 5.94 82 4n Tow oO Libw. t Cc.r .r A ;,\ trn..t
Band & String Instruments In "
: NW "Cop ..r <\\ 1
.Skamper Convertibles TROPICAL FISH SlC8tJ. E of C C C tey) E of Ity Je1l. Lee Bxruor. 771S3 uf :NW' '', ,.f 1 NK': .
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers 33 8 21 Kite 191.61 .
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1561.A- Beaat NW': l.lnir I loll 23 .
.' 1' ftt|1. 16 6 Thomas Him,' .tint fo 6.3
Trade*)-Bank Financing54O8 School Supplies;\ -Instruction MERMAIDAQUARIUMS 835.A-l 1 1/3: A In$ NW \. Cor of N 1.10': of 2174-H-ne Ilio,'" N ..r

San Juan Ave. Roberts Recorders Cor of Sec N of llv Lot 35 In lAwtey K SH: "COP ..r.\ 2\
2 A In NW 'or .

4 7 :21! L J. Kite '.IS of HR. H 60' .uPOD'JIJ 1'ro"1 In SW, if
Music Library-Expert S of Ry Kx R/W > .
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388-9348 837 All the FHU.S ot .
Jacksonville c -" .
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Repair Department W 80'. *r- ttt- i I. r.. wloo') H loo'.
Complete Aquarium Supplies IIF:'. of NK'i. POB MId State' .
1100' to I'OB 16 6 22
Specie that port of SW'i Kon,.. Ih. at 4s Tlinma sIilscount
All
'ChAINSAWS Imported Fish
41 Co 57.1
W. Monroe St. of SiRlt ll'lul 1J.r J.jt18V; .Jl tI'). XiW'4. .._.' ... r BI7I.C I !ig. I ionW
Jacksonville 3S5-8447 CALL OR COMB'BYMon.Sat. K: of f'ornella. of Blk 44 .E;: ofFtC "f Si,.: Cop .., .\ JA

Middleburg Chain 10 a.m. to 8 p.". Fran 1 Bike 40 lit 41:\ .. In Lawtey.. II' W8ir -, Jieme.'I.. flues 1.7U1F.1i Tra"I, In S\\ I", of

3310 Beach Blvd. Sunday 2 to 6 'p.m.We *Nofi4At.RySnr All NW' of $E'4 .' v ofO't44 InIwtey I .......... :NW '\ of MI: thru,
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SalesH N 10(1v( 110. 't.ino'
Saw Jacksonville 398-3091 Order Any Fish Available K of Cornelia St. "&: 1': of Rr Oah..n.. Damps. f 55 R inn',) to H"ir 1* 6 22 TholllMS, Lila'. Mill, Co til
SF. rS84Lot 1 51 In Town
all NEVi of .
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Peg 20' N
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943 S. Edgewood PraZI 'Hlount
N of SAL ByEs of Lawtey K -of. Ry 11 131438.Hit',4 Int of H line nf
Makln' Chain Saws t 7 21 I i" WHA4niith, U.88 ',
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Money Jacksonville SfetOf.SWl
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SALES & S"R'ICErarts ; :: W lOW of Hivy
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and Repairs All Makes KAY'S All IIlk'16 ex .Lots 'II. 1H43-A I l....t 12:;' C ". .I't'lq. Nly nloiiir w lt'\v

'Toro It Yazoo Power Mowers K 4 F Sin of. Lot In NK Cor otLot 1" 26 IS' W 1-Hr to S .

Rt. 21 Middleburg 282-5050 LITTLE DUDE 1 S: Loto n. D &: I' In' NW COY I.ln' of !< 1", of
Music Center SID of Lots 2 A of SK". of SW'i vi.:'. :t" 5' jolly :?!4'l'.

Western Store Lots 1. 6. II a* Blk of NW4 bolnsW:! Kly: 281.7 to f'UU
BIke 13. 20.' St K A W By 411' N :
17 KRW
ELECTRIC MOTORS Fender Gretach &: Vox Guitars Sit 4 J. !'Chl: > 410.10861Beg .* S 23 5:3 Mid' StateMonies' 14 1:3 :3 I Milton I> Carter. S2" (o I|
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"Where You'll Find Everything fCam1'tM 2147-VNW'. of SWl, 18 6 23
King. Hatten, and Selmer at HW Cor .. S ....... ... Inc. T2 87 40..Hairy, Zltr""n' si 6161
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Brothers Band Instruments For the Horse nf NKV4; of N>:'. A 1634-1 T..ot 100' V A. .q & 2.0'. N.; of SK: for
Peavy Enthusiast" Rn N S40 .'1.. K: S Ivy 110' K A W l In <, "f SK1 of SW',,
Ludwig Sllngerland Rogers Leather- *80 Ft. V SQ,.8 Ft SW Cor of w H bf K 210' N 210', W

Electric Co. Drums Western Clothing toS R/W Line! of NB'. of, NWk13 S 22 L. J. .Padaott. 4 U 210', H 210to Be* K 6 23
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First Mis Corpuf
goods. Saddles and TrailersCharles Sampson. (9I.* It
MOTORS Rental &: Repairs on ALL & Sharon Petty then Sly Alone; K' of4W'5] v.,,' H/W 2210'-W 210' of !Si'i"" Sluart 81.S
BLECTRIC
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SoldServicedRepairedOeneraiorsStarters 902 So. Edcewood Ave of NK'I\ of N(Ie"', II r>..c In f>A11I"'I+-' KT: S 10V25J7 II 6 23
400 MAIN ST. Jacksonville 381-1219 894.S Bt to SW Vorisf ass, 3S1 13-1>35. 23 3 !2 S Claude Myers H.:II"Mid : -S :1/4 of NW'{ lilies II MIU-hMI'I 4''..3

Jacksonville 353-0935 NWH! of NK'4 yr1SSO l3--Lot M Deso. In ,>f Nit':I.'AIINW'' .
Alterations Ft to POB Ex OR ..Bk 14-38-. 2S 1:3 "ritataHnmes. K of ltd 16 Kx N
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Armature Rewinding 'II) 7 2U .1':f l oqss1C|. Newma. 168f Bc. at NW e ''1 NKH: 1or Rd 16
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Jacksonville 387-2523 (62
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of NKH
Well Drilling Co. .&BatNWC0r W is'. X note of KW, of SK'k
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FLOOR COVERING Bennett-Daly l POB 2.1 1):2 helnv' 3M''" Sole'4
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Inc. ROCK & ARTESIAN WELLS Run 8 7HO' K' 680', I tllIf.-l Lot as Heac.In.OR ... 2240: hv-- Res 11110;) a-t KA SW i-or W 17 8 23 ion. .H.rrv, ZItrees -t at l 2>4

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Lenses Duplicated Accurately System!!! .. N: .W. 0 POB
better carpets SKIy': on H'l-' IP tnt . '. K t 1811' to WR
and Promptly IRRIGATION E Hndrjr tiC I 166 -NWH of. Nit:lt
with ',M' .
fl 8U'; : Only the Finest In Quality FHA FINANCING NR-4 of 1'0:1'': :<4 N H .
'a' n.td MId Prescription Service 0380 Hyde Grove Ave. to 7SK: far' W Tl'0' i Rd." B of King to POR KT: Par Sweeney Jr.
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John Hemingway 68.48 N54: Of Hwy A N of Or Rd 35 7 22 14 Wllillam H. Hall IR ..
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t 1112: : N 10 FI nf, Lot 45 Mtl<'*' at' Int of 550..3:-ii>e 3 otBiw I !I ,
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STARKEBUSINESS of NW't; of 8\V" '4 U'V 100 ""', of Nl4 10 7 il 10 Turn. A Dnuclal. line of Mt, of NKH: ", .
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poll 23 6 22 :Mid\ SlutaHuniM, 3D7I -| M'I| A In UK 2049HI. 7 23 .1 Milton. :Mother Carp 4* >
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Inn. 40.\II Ci.r of NE 'vof All lx>t 9 fUt : 550-Lot !9 of Blk 15 .
NW'4 I.elnK 210' 'it." | 21 6 22 1 Ancll W Or"". 31.II Old It,] 13 ;*/!> ot Unit 1 of KCB nllill Ntrawnitvln.

_>ii'7_- ''m at vw 'or 391)7-I.ot 5 of Elk 3 ttf HW ",4 or HW' 181259d6Lot
AUTO SERVICE I III' HW'' nf 1\V' '/ &! In Harati.Ku HutuI In II. .....XUI1.111"""* 20/ 1 22 2 Hliawd D. May .>74 It of Blk. 1 "r

I II run H 160 Ft for. a l'nlC I I N. U Woodburn 35.31 4159 Com .at NW J5. ,In KCK Unit; 1 ic.,at'on4. Cttitaa;
1'.1Ih..n] run K 41 :19.A- fi.m NK for. Cor of Ixit 9 H/U Chip IIKaWton
.no. Ft 14 50 .'tV .of tract a WeHtplne of HW'4 of SWU "
Gilbert S. Brown I Jim" Ft N SO Ft to Mil! Hly H.'Oil lo run S: 50 Ft for 5l1n-tAt 20/ of Ulk : .

Pull Hx: H/XV n. 22 Ral.lh COX 10.74Llnnla )I lIr'N'18 Xl.lv. : 82'7, POH then K to IM U.'I. l JCCB .n1t"t.:1: Katalct:
Rtanilanl Oil !II..rIre Station W J K 91to 101, I4ly110'1' ril2'I5 Carl 1 IJAhBaU
jinn:'. -- ram" nt NW POB Jamb Varnon Ft WIt lo Hau .oh....; { iLin In BBS ;
.\TL\S I ..r of HWfe of lada., Jr. 65.30 .of K'/4; of Nh4: otNK'4 Cor of HH of NK'iNWM: '

TIRES RXTTFKIES HW ".i A run H for 210 18I-n. 2504' r.: of : W of HR 12. 30/ 7 it T J Aldarman, ll 21 of NWH of .
A Ft
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Road Servic :. run H 100 Ft., 6020- HH al't": W '
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Budget Terms- si-i4: run il on K llr Itcl' In, Nf: for: y "
Phone 994-7071 I W F: JH 25"< Ft.Ft N t.. I IOU I'Oil Ft, 22 6 22J7HO Tyaon .t al' 135 H/u >,f Ht I II' of AF.of' NW'4 21 7 23 1 Leroy Rhoden 43.(1Llaala / a 18'.69' 1C or 2> I 22 U flows,' 36.706tflex
R: 1)406'. N 13494'to Lot 2 In Mt.
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ut *W'-4 "f/ or SIW .on :Line 6034-W 4U81 of NK: '4 *( 200' (o.;.4114, .WaloitB '
...WIII< run H for 310 1281' ti, I'OH 29 6 22 Arthur L Bronky 53.79Owtn of NK'4 of Rd 11 1 29 7 22 S T J. Alderman 6.3.4 i-lUalta. 1GO'.I'C'

HURST'S Ft t F: then:IB9 Ft run N aPOB 4170-KM,,* 2004 F. GOtl-lx.t: 4 A 11 !H/n .rOU't to )lek 3161B5 1 u O.orti t. OTl/rl al1ar.
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410 H of NW ;?: .r of NV4j of NKV: ', lfNW n R 1011
loo' Ft K Ito Ft K > 29 7 22 2 demon .Al. *nd.r 6.15X. .
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Ft W 110 > t topoli 1374 t.tx2IH1hrll; WhldJrto)
Inn Maria, Jon.. T. p, '' 1171
: 22 "" K: 9721', H 76 W 5U i,- 25cf / B.a,,ih '
Service Station Com at NW 9R Ox'. N 75' tn beg 29 8 22 R. Alvirti Jr. 67 I sa Hlk I A Ix>,. ::1 81151.0. 10 A II

3704' -of HWVi ofSW'I. 4202-A-Beit at Inter A 4 of Hlk 5 In In Indian .:S.ith IIITII'
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Can OI1 'i A Hun I U 610 of Co Or H.I with ilould Unit a' .
Tlrei i ll.itterle' I I'n.o..p ]... .-i l 11"' n r"r F: line of NW H of !60 of H I Mi) of K'4 h ..0tc'toi .
HE >4 N 357'. W' 15. or KH; of NF14: of
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4F.RVLCE I.I l ran' Ft ally 3ST, SEly 45' NEIor, W of SR an' to 1 22 J. AUartnan li.tl .ftig O IILS COLf)4Tt, lr1 .
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.. Butler. Saturday. t.. !I I", Ihi' lax! "Ill' ..in.lIII ,. (1"Htll'' 111111." \ ..1"1
I llnilrrhlll III 1 Ins.St Frank Is attendIng 9YY9yyyyyyy999.9RAIFORD Lake
.9999999999999999.9. ol i.iiiH-svtllc inul Mr and ( MI'iu'k/ "' I hi Mrs Norman .. .
I til nf Ill hi lll< 1>ih>lll I h"IHIllltlllll I" -n 'S 'h' I .111 t \'"\VnI"
:Mis T.ivlor nl l\Ilrl.lIl'hm" :! < li 'r! rl 1-1'1'' Mrk" I FM.m I.mu. \ Uoot Camp in Fort Jack- Dork Addison of Jacksonville Jack Pierce of Staitre was a t, * 11('''' v1-Ilhuz.,: :Mi an Ms: OI who |pa".1( I nw.iy last: '\t! 'k 'on, .s C. Ray said to tell spent the weekend herewith business visitor In Ratford < uiirt You ,11'I.)I.<. "I'1 .I 10) .,,,1,11,1IIa, ,, l 1.11' I 011611." ,al lug 10 IJ'h' day
Bayless Hiway I 1 ,111" ('iiii.lny arii'viiDon.: ) | Mr .mil tjI'1: <" BII Ah ares' everyone i hello. He does not his family. Sunday. od wilhhi' Mix ,, iih ntl,it' nnfllilll .",,,1 hH ..I' 11 I 1\ .1. I it 19611.rhonIe I! .
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:A.:, ,111.1 M,,s. o K.: 1'i.i.sby nn.I/ Joe n.'I'1'1'1'' ( supra\ have; 111adI'C'\ ! Ilpp.a" I."wI'
. l1y Mm. 0. C.; CronbjrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 sad! .ill .1 I, I., Jnhntvv\ vL- uii""t' ol Mi. mid Mi.<. H.i.vinoiid ,, ;put It In the column ad soonas By Mm. Earl Dobbit business! visitor here Wednesday III hlM I i iiurl Mini, "h,..,u. III'H'.' ,, I .I.) ,I'I,' ,it NeI 11I:0:/
tllng11'! : mid Mill, O, J. Crosbv Drown \VIII"hllHlUn: he gets one.Mr. Phone 4962601AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA THE RIGHT POINT for the Ir any vnu wit'. \s1'h\ u,, Ilan "%I,1(1 k.1 l"Ih,
and r.imlly tu U.ilnr.ilkS ,. : I, iPIIII') Tm..11y ni'ilit. I an.1 Mia Eldott Sapp .AAAAAI Mr. and Mrs. Warren Free way you write. Come In and ,will,1' Ihl"in. piolmli i"our,,! III xhniilil,,,t"1'" ,mi i, I XIIUIJ"Id, ,, /12 11 '1.,2;
Tliric.is. \ a trey ".i,>d lIlt 1I11t:1Y S : llltMIUHlllMr ) M. II'Ht' :Mi.s,, L..M,' NpumnnMis and sin Joe( moved Into thrHr/! man visited his aunt. Mrs. !select your favorite KSTKUBIIOOK -
tend.tnci' at (rliu u Sundaymoinuu' : IU"11(! : ; (lr't'e111)'r, : f{ 'I'n ,,l'i\ 1 KIN: > in an.n ., antifnl! i new home on Ral- Mrs Bessie Sapp -eturned Mary Freeman over the weekend fountain pen. TCLKGR.IPII. -
ann exinuiK Kev. of .11) k1- ::1\ 11I''! wet.i- MI-IP( 1 visiting Mr.' Mid,,.\:\ :Mrs\ ford RRn.-l( :\ Saturday Sunday after several days, visit .
PUMV.V c'O'i.iiii'tert! ; Bn li.sin follow "ne-ls' (nl' :\h' in.I ,1li U .1)JGlllsl PI'vn:\" T I. >y.a! tu J.trkson.illi, ) Mr mid Mrs,, Clinton Norman with her chUd1'ln11': nnd,. Mr,, and:! Mrs.: Earl Dobbs SCOTT KELLY
] 'In- I 1.11' ouniiiu( .el'\'I.\ i "cPMISONAI.S )\' 'Sun! 'a "iliirdnv n.ftlil:( And son of Jacksonville Mrs Cecil Sapp and Mr. an.' were We- inesday luncheon
Mrs. Wilbur Sapp and tamilles! A Classified Ad In the TELl:> Calls On His Backers To
of their children Mr.and
guests parents their
:: were\ of
i \\V 1'XIrn' I fi.n: .MI i .ithv t H.iy: Norman, .*(in OL: :Mr. nn in Bea"h.Filenda !guests!
Mi and Mrs harry Edwards! Mi. nod Mrs. P. M. Norman, New Smyrna !Mrs. Don Newman and GRAPH brings' rfsuits.
a I sp'nrdny' night. : of Mrs. Maude Find- family in Starke. "Wipe the smear of the big lie off

ATr. /mid Mrs. A. B. WhKe- ley will regret 'to ]Porn' that Memorial Mrs. Annie Kelly of Heil- In Th Countr .Inilicr'n. a.<>iirt In me and my family" by helping to
hind ..IAnd\ baby sere vlsitIIIK the is a patlnt in K'na bronn! 8pl'l11Mr.::/ ;:.nd Mrs. .1 nit For lirndal.rd| .',,"nI>.
KEEP Rep. Louis L. her mother in LaKe Butler Hospital in Like But 1 Hubert Kelly of Illinois and IlitrMa.. elect High.
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ler. We pray she recovers: In rrKBtHto: J or A.hiii TIrudv
Sunday flfternoon.Mri. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp of ( Hei'ea.iHl.'
Florida Timer-1lnion(
1s Bole Crosby and Mrs. speedily. New Smyrna Beach were Sun NOTH'Ifl O -' PilI II1"T .
s CHI Crawford of Gainesville! Mrs, Charlie Spooncr> Sr day guests of Mrs. Bessie To All P..r..nH. Inl"r"MI.'>, !19fifi!)()(>
and Mr. and Mrs Charlie The Estate Of Suhl DcfcilxniYou '
were vldting Mr Lee Flak) and\ Clarence Dobbs of San ( Paid Pol Adv.l
Spooner Jr and:! three little are hereby nolltled l thnla
HuntlEy1'utrr :ar" :M's Arnold] Wasdln inlarkslntville derson: visited relatives) here written Instrument puriMirtlnic, I, -
; Saturday evening.Mr daughters of Coroa visitedMrs I -- -- -_._- ,
Chris- Alice Casan: and Mrs -
\ snit! Mrs Richard
Bessie Sunday iiftemoon.
I linn of Mlddlebiirw] were visit- Sapp
Mrs Theodore Rosier And !
iin: Mr mid Mrs. T. 1Nol'; -
Stale/ Ifcprcutnlalircflnu' Itrnilfnrd, Union; ('mllllic'x mnn snturdayMr : little grara.:daughter. Tat'

: \ urn* Mrt, W C. Ward Moore, were Saturday overnight -
i of her daughter,
guests
n C I ivpl! and Mr and Mrs. !
Mla Cecil Anderson .md' babyin You Need
ruts Nrwman were among:; Experienceto
r "I'insn' who attended Homerom- Oalneh1Jlt'! I
EXPERIENCED Don Beniston
in1: al" Oak Grove Church Mr and Mr' I
Sun InyMI of Detroit, Mich vi-l'ed(' Mr ,'
In : ..i'H Mrs Robert Taylor) end Mrs.\ Earl Dobh( ;>Sunrliv::; .
', 'While here they vlsi'M: 1 .1Is.
IP r.iii"-tPr!: ; of RAiford were
"11",1 ii>, of Mr and Mrs! T. N. Beth Dobbs In Kin MeHospHal ,!'
COUNTY! AND STATEGOVERHMEHT Ni'"mnn" Sunday' nffernonn.Mi ] in Lake Bnt!-r. ,'
and Mrs. I. A. Crosby Miss Verba .Jones nnd little f.
1 and, datl\"htr!'a, Mrs. Leo tllch- daughter Stacey of S'aike' 1
I 11 reI." in and Miss !Fins Crosby lilted Miss Elaine] John.stcn : represent l
P'ric, iftrrHlnn\ to business In and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs l lSandal' you (
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.J.T'i-sonvlllc; SnturdavMi I,
: nnrt Mrs Jack Ward of Mr. an:;! Mrs" f vnn MrHae

PRESENTLY SERVING r-psrenl., Oa? and Mrs: Ethel] were visiting; rclpihps] in 1 '
lanoiich of Brunswick, Ga. Stark! Saturday: in the Senate! i
YOl. in the IIOfSK(: ; KHI'HKSKNTATIVKSP ;; : ,m-nt, the weekend with their Mr. and M,'; S K Fomth!! I
: President flay ('funt: Chamber of Cnmniercc
had their
) iinrrn's :Mr mid :Mr- W. C. (is weekend me'! ,
Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners(; Wirrt ar', attended homecom- daughter! Mrs Lillie :MTP Rills *..,ieJ ';
f'ivr and! children of Jacksonville] I
SERVED YOU :Mrs' F'nnle Mnodv! and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs' Pit; Dickens of legislative experience now carries unprecedented -- 1
in : Smith Johns nl Luke Butler Washington! D. C visited Mr ,
TAI.I..MIASSii: : on these 'oI111uitll'l'S: 1 1r
and Mrs. Earl) Dobb F. Idayafternoon. weight!
pcnt the day with Mrs. J. L. *
Slate Government; le{ <>rj,>anisalionWorkman's .
J hns :Monday: I
CompensationLabor ) Mr. and Mrs. Clemensand
Roy
:M.: Charles Cribbs and son
',f Oiin-vllle were weekend: children Michel"\' and, ,! Jeffery ; F More than half of the seats In the Senate In the
Public Health oi Hetlbiwin Sprlnvs vlsItr -
'''iiir ; of her parents.!! Mr. and
:Mental Health Mrs Gordon Jones. ,? her parents :Mi and Mrs. next session of the Legislature will be filled by t ,
:Mr' and :Mrs W C. Ward Earl) Dobbs Sunday\ night I' fAn /
CURRENTLY SERVING nun" Mrs, Ethel LaRoach were Mr. and Mrs, Julian DobV new Senators

YOU ON vlsltlii'! in Green Cove Springs and fhlHren.] Pam and Stpvie' ,

Constitutional ltoiinri ('OIlIlI1 Her .of J.l"d..lathc': (Council Monday of Gainesville of his J'1I1I'C'nlllfl', were !Sundayguests and:! I F experienced Senator Has tremendous advantage! He knows the detailsof ,.

Kducation and Welfare on Constitutional Revision :Mrs.' Marshall' Dobbs i .
(snli-coinniillee i l t ) I UK UK1HI r,HNT "for' the, Airman/ Danle] crews of Orlando I legislative organization and committee work. He will hold key committee
way von write.' Come In and visited his parents Mr !'
Tomorrow, a..': Totlaji lleprvscntalirv: [ ( Ilnntlcii/ trill (,,,,,tim/(' MM-lrct. your iitvo.lte ESTEh-\, I and:! Mrs. I nw lev Crews' at I] assignments. He knows how to get things done. He can do a far more effect "
KIK UK( rouniati. pen TELE State Farm this wcckenl. i i
I protecting Your Interest; an a small coitnlflegitilalor.. r.K/lPII: / I Mr. and Mrs Lynn McRne'1' tive job representing you and your interests in Tallahassee. i

visited his parents.! Mr. and:! 1 I
(Pii"l: 1'.1'1.. l t II .tdtetl..ing P.nil IDI" liv I.MIIH Ilnntlevi' \ CLissiriri) All In the TELEKAPH ;- Mrs!! :n, M. McRae In! Starke
(; brings rmult Thursday. '
.i I SEN. JOHNS FAVORS SUB-DISTRICTING "
n __ ._ ______.. __ _-....__..,., Mr an,;,, Mrs Clarensp Oncppr I
and daiiahters' !: nnd MI'II'I .
Barber! of Staike I vi,Itrr\:\ Mr j

THE 20-YEAR -. .. and afte'toon:!Mrs. Eall Dobbs Sunday I),I' Previous efforts to sub-district have not been fair, nor would they have withstood

Mr. mid: Mrs Kenneth Ben- court tests. Senator Johns wants and will work for any FAIR sub-districting .
nlni and son loft Saturday for ii 1 1 .
1 TAX FIGHTER their new hams in Jackson, I plan that adequately resolves the one man-one vote court require
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1 \ ville. We wish them a ]lot of t
success, I ment.

Michael] Dohl. wet n bn'\- '
Senator T'Tt ; ness visitor In Lnko City : /

I .. ; Thursr' 'ay.Tnmiv .Thrift or Mler'ppnv' i,I I Vote for Experience! Vote for Fair Sub-Districts. ,

> ;. visited friend In Ralford: Sat-
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II III : urdav. aftPinmn.Mrs. A. M. Jones. .a id "'nit"vitpr I Vote May 24th to Return

B. [ e-DI '. ,, ,' J.. Vnba and llttla. granddaughter -
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{ visited Mrs\ FirpminSundav l
Mary
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and Mrs. Alford! "rt"1n" 1 TO TIlE
t; and family of Alaeh-n r Ihlte"
Penre ? their. --1.. t Ilnd :lira I CHARLEY
Do"k Addison Sun''lav' I STATESENATE
f. lark Ci">n nf. J1P' visited relatives here Intnr-inv
K Ir1Ne;
Mr and Mrs. RinrlilphByir.i E.

pledgeS] annonn'-e the birth o'
a son, Frank, en May :3 a. ft. ddv.N. .
Klnt Memorial Hospital] i I.
Sapp.
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to VOU

0 It 0 TAXES _-_, h. .i wit e1t


TAXES arc our main problem. I t wIILL r- I

PLEDGE to continue to warrantmy a.1f I r

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TAX'FfGHTEn.n
recognition as the

the :2nate. I am

li only candidate in District Six

who Iras: actually voted against

(axes on drugs and groceries.


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AGHCJLTURE Ar EBUCATIONAGRICULTURE


in these 21 EDUCATION demands our full

counties needs my continued! sup attention if our children and fu

port.: As a Senator whose only lure employees are to gain proper

business i h farming I PLEDGE to levels. I PLEDGE to maintain my + ;
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continue; to support agriculture constant 2r -Y8ar fight to improve

and allied industries as recognized our schools and salaries at all lev

by an award !("cm the Florida els grade schools, junior colleges

Agriculture Coincl: presented in : and universities.

: 1965. YOUR STATE
; Elect SAM TlAuUE

,: Keep the Tax Fighter In The Senate! SENATOR




: : VOTE I I p!?. C. Til"I) PHIffl) ; +4 DISTRICT He is your kind of'inaii .


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Remember There's No Substitute For Experience NEIGHBOR HELPING HIS NEIGHBORSPArR
,: A FAMILY MAN A CONSCIENTIOUS FLORIDIAN.

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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sr.AKKIC.' : .KI.OKIDA.. TIU'RSI/\Y.! .\" !1:1.: 1'ltiO', -

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; ', oi :Mr i and Mrs William
Jeanette Malone
Dedication of New !
Community
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Hamilton of Houston.! Texas Peace
: Weds Mr. GaboardiIn :\thxl., IIJ"\'ln. nnd 1 1Is
KEYSTONE I.> j ii. Irvc \
I Church Scheduled! For June 12 I St. William'sOn I'mploved' at Keesler Fieldat PIPt 2

I Blloxl. iWTIll'! .room l la ,

HIGHLIGHTS Dedication of the $125000:\ and yellow brick wltn arc-he: c Saturday afternoon May' !graduate of Mel! 0 e Hbh
ancillary of Keystone Heights laminate upright brains su r 14 Miss Jeanette Malone! bl'-I School and St. Johns River
Cc: miinity Church has been porting the weight of the vasi' i came Mrs Charles Gab a Junior Colleuc( He U. i urrcntly
IJy :\ Schaefer rheliiled for June 12. nccordIna roof area' The natural walnut r j at St. William's Chuici in ,I In the Air Fal'f'l'In'l 'iced\ at ny Scottie Thomas
Mary .
Kei-slt-r. ,' "KII,, ! to nn announcement made pews ale (iishioiip;! mil tie Keystone Helaht! F tlv'f .
Phone &173.1127 .t a plnnniivips.: .'ton bet wen eiith.'- slrifturi-I, ,. "reut'nllv nl: e r C ) Connie Dougherty ,rinicnllv ,d| i,' I -V \T1 : ,'U 1 I \ S'url'' .11'' Council\) electionsid
t It'n m''J' i .1 1 > I.j I la' week The use
churrh ,
n-prcsenlatlves and the rondlt'on d. A tie v oi'-an' h"- Brndenton peifonnid t th I ,
_.. \F10-1(1, ( I In i :-i' nit c nu I 'ontimied, on next pie>
nrchilect! held last '
Frllnvevenlnn. been Instnllcrl! nt the iltur end oube! ring cPi-rmonv FIII'-P
I Pontracinr: for the work\ Is Dougherty; wait tievuial "'.II'... -- -

[BUSS\ POWELL: IIOliOlUm: Mrs. C. A. Titus Miss Carol: Ray Stamps: chairman of I Tiiest CPU ti'U"tlon: Co. of ago; the pastor of St E-i.varri: : s
IT IIRIDAL SHOWER I. Warren Mrs. Gordon Adams the Board of TrustPri. of the Kev.tr: nIlelnhti, parish which inclines< si WI-
i-'mrph !stater! that DV. H I linm'.s!
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On Monday evening: May vlrs. S. E. McKay M: ? M. L.
Gordon, minister! of the! \First Music forts !h d
:c:JIG, Mist Joyce Powell was deu.ley.ilss: : Kay Su'vleUin.: Garden Club sine b\ Mi
honored: at a brKial.' shower Mrs. George Schaeffcr. Mrs Per "jytPiian Church In oall1-1 Plans LuncheonAnd I'lrtllrt-il lit lp|>til>llmn l.ifiikl. .., ,t lit K<->''toiie' Heights last Janet Lamm and ,')pl'lll I
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[given by Mrs. Harold Button, Com Pryant. Mrs. Sa.n Omd- esvl le. will be the j gue.t iMilurtl.iy lire .ifroin left ll.milil' Hill of l iM-lorH, Inlet He-, Ban Relictions Inrludcd ":MRosarv. \
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Mrs C. E. MI':chcll, und Mrs. ncr, Mis. Bill Morgan: Mrs I rr at the 2 p. m. c. I'e.: Alpersons Installation 1>1110110 nil raiMliihitc.. for ( ,,HIK! ,.. rrniii this 1I1..lr".t; Dlllt: ltul "I Love Y m Ti uK
III IhriDimiii' <\li< and "On This Day. Oh. Bea.i- gtV V
|Even: .'U Fax at the Sutton Dan Pater, nnj: Mrs. Augusts: i
have ben Invited' IT in, of .Miami, licpiililli-iiii: 1lIlillall' for stilt.tI..r.... ) lirnITU tlful Mother' iuoav f
The
Uar 'rn Club of tIn ,
home hll'1r. trianlmatlier of the .
{ on Lake Keystone. bride-to-be, and her future and a repepttou will r ekes. will boll tln-i" AniniaSprlivi ): 11.1: IIHVP( \\i-lls'' ot,, .,l.i.<. ,si>nillistall- ('1I11I11II11C1I| man The Matron! of banal' :Mi

| :Miss Piwell. who will be- I ther-ln-law Mrs. Richard the e tientlonal !Alrf1r'I Lunfhpnn' ron Thins.'av' iiirr fop riitiidtKuk, Rrpobltuin:" ,: niiinliifi* for 4ii: >\"'11'"r of Helen] Morton. sIMi-i, ol t th

.come Mrs. David Sunderland( Sundeiland. prdin! the dedicatory May '!J'!. at 12: alai at the I lurlihi... bride, led thp brHal urn ..>si, 'I n
Ion :\.av :21 had a happy timeJunwi.ipplnR ..
I :\1.\l'I.t-\: '.nll.l. .in orann recital will be (given I Hotel Th'in.is I In O.il-ip-Ul'e: In a yellow sheath di< wn'i'

' / her lovely Rifts \uJn\o:,; PLANS TOLD by Mis. Oeorce C.inova. 01"// MI'''. T'wmH.J.VljllaJr.: GOP Leaders Predict matching' hat and v'.s', j-|(
&.TIII; hostesses served VictoryAt
dPllgcious
(l'anl.t I and choir director, followers were white hii ,
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l Cn .-iaturd.! :/. nay 11, Mr. I pcvetary of District\ 4 of the i
: punrh and assorted I an-1 Mrs" J. II. Dill entertained Blrnlm at 1:10: p. m The regular \Florida! FMeritlon! of Garden..! ( porn poms. with yellow "rcnlri, "*.
> cakes to the aue I t. Amonggthose !! with an all-day combination I .. 0:30: Sunlavhool: i niH Clubs, will ponrluct I! the Installation : Keystone Breakfast Meeting I tied with yellow salln nhhu'i-,,

i present were MLss Gertrude h.ithecue: bridal: shower, and 11 a. m worship seivices' will of "nfflrPiw: ( Olven In marrlauc! by he
k' Houser, Mrs Barry I !nmily! reunion at their! home also b" held that rln II'. Member arc( nskpd. to make Ppenklna on behnlr! oi I tti'.j, .'dnr,Itlnntl for them. He I brother. Charles Malone t th :1:{ cycleWASHER
Wyman.
. Mrs. John Rufflnl. on Lake Brooklyn. Close to I nrn.niNo COMMITTEKKFPdRT : : reservations': as soon as possible Claud. Kirk Pepublt<"in nun Mated that these persons ae: I bride was lovely In a full .-:-
N n I too persons atten '.:-1. Co- I I InN for governor; of FlomliDavlJ ipBrtlMu\ u' tn :dpstruction.O'i'stlinliiK: length white prlne-ss' style!
Ina I i- it from tae: Wells! of Jacks- lire I ? with detachable r
I, ''io tefs wan Mrs. Mary Lenker r > buiH- n ( Atty. O- n. Falr'ct'i's 1e55 a train
The 'nu ,r-immittpe nnd the nrchl- .- Kll'k'state camnnl MI lit m- (" lute derl.slo.i about Her long veil was held tn p'a" =
This party was to honor 11110II
man ,ppt. Don :Mnrasn. HKPI, lo'I' / "Keystone J Heights" I of she Only
I< an !Mt'Cauley, of Boynton :! It was anlouneed making! public the allene:) by a crown pearls rn'- .
'''a-h J the bride-elect of John that the total f'mnlal NEWS NOTES breakfvf audience of inn |Persons Hn'-ci-t' ICIn-j HiBli-aambler/ lied bouquet of PiPiich.u! !
can help ')ill. Tr Thr parents of th'mnor commitment from mem- List Saturday that' Kirk I f 111 to Fail-cloth's( office he natlonn with baby-breath nn-l $7.83
guet, Mr. anti :Mrs J ',rs and frlcnls< to r'nle/ was I fly iit-icn 1'1;"" believed' both Qove-nor, Hum- hBr'>prt fiat the present rettorncv white! satin streamers IVr Month

n McCa-iley.( ,Jr rind her 82n9945.vith) an aHditlonnl' and M.wor high\! >pip il-l>l In General I has been relax- Mark Onbonrdl br 'thpr of
I
I you! "'ntivrs., Larry and Bruce all -11.000 worth of speplil 1 gifts II the 1-arves: they hate IIMPY-I( ( ,,d I In Ill!, handling of several the (groom nerved a*' b< ,,si, mm :MATCH\ ( INK;
(i.i.ousiur:;
of B)vntc'ii Beach \ ere also 'vhlch have bern donated The ( (i.ni at out' another, and I th'll I Hi"tails'Irs 'irn' o-niit| h1V'I''
for eompl t. protection, you pre!<"nt.Th -omplptpd price of $1_)R.OOO\ In- The fIrM meclliiK of 1111'FeJlmvshJp ) '! ( are In favor of n n '- j h. and, his Jud"mf: has been board! and Thorn p Picvo DRYERSOnly
need !n uranee that It ado pl. ludes 11111andsrll;>lnlf. iurblnsrind Club since icoanlUlon : |uhllciin win In N'HrmbniIn I Ivirshlv nittrlyrd by HIP two brother and! brother-in-law 'I''
'able to changing protection: I < couple annouiK ed I their utitteilnu! alone\ fie entire !! was held Thurs I A coble relayed Irom his* hugest' southwest Florida the groom.
'naedt. That's what you ge'In wcddlnt date. June 18. and the 'enntn of the alleyway behind I day ;May 12. with a covuipd, tate headquaiters. in Ft I mi- new impel a. I MI'!!. James! Oaboaidl. moth

every Gulf Life policy with "el'emony111 be In BoyntonBe".h. 'he buildings' and t.'dewnlVf!' : I dish li-ni-hcon: at the Community I derd.ilp. Kirk who it "n n I Rubin' note:! that :although: I er! of the R'room.VII, die, dIn
Adapt-A-Plan. For example, at the First Methodist
a mortgage policy can be *n there slfes I of the churenroperty. I Churrh educational building I htisie| trip to Rn-ith Am TIcn Filrploths opponent in the a pale aqua boucle tilt, and $5.50
adapted to provide retirement Church at 4 pm. \ Among the 28 attending! expressed' regret at hi'ingunai nrlmnrv. Barney Cob1, expend- an aqua flowere-1 hat. HPI! Month
Income. Ask this friendly Gulf PEIIFARSAL: PAUTV On the list of special( : Hems was one new member. M s '>l-,. to fulfil the 'nciVln'J d-d !H'on In the ramidUn. he shoes, gloves! and ban were
Life Repreientatlve about Itl AT PREVOST. HOME: 'or "rifts, there remain' only Ruby Koppack of HilVrest. rntjiv'empnt, with HIP City mnpthelpeis! polled 114.000 bone-colored.! 1I.2CU. Ft.

On FrIday, evening the eve news folllnu chairs fire extinguishers Copies of the new Constitutlai !- COlin Republican' grotto, nivl vole, wlilrh Rubin ''nterpiptst Following the ceremony fleppptlon
if tlie Matone-Gabonrdl wed- large indoor plant and Bv-laws yore presented said 1 1.1' would) meet with themat I t n 'i"'n'pst against the In was held! at tlv RefrigeratorNo '
11ns. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and foot mils on which gift to each mem'ier{ art+1'1' a !liter .'l1ln.I ,cumbent.He home of the groom In Mflio

E s' Pie list I'nt"rtal11ewll1' \ a .commitments) have mt ypt which P-f.sldPiit iMrn[ Blaannniinit'ipprl :: I Merit: I ISSIH- I uifiirlHPd. : his nndlen-e Miss Sarah Baldwin kept tlvhiIde's (; l Frost )
buffet supper following the bppn mnr),',. |Ihr, oppilnlmpiit, of I I nor nominee for tale Attorney that if plprlrcl.( Its wiuM flahtciimp :! rook, M'.s,. Thomas P p
final rrtieaisal. Present were SANrTI'ARV DKSIGN'' ; prmmlttpp i-haiim"ii as follows O-DPint Kills: U'lblii [ as ht' has.. done' communism vast, slstor of the action our"
f I'lcbl'trtp and Rl'o:>m. Charles : Cii'todi'il. Frank Miami' nitni' H I lint Only
Of A-Frame design, the Will-I reY. s In the pact and that Mrs! Charles Marino slstei
Onboard: and Jeanette Ma- building features a striking !example ,- mott.; Women's Ui.ision. morality will be trip l Issue !in I his votp on the star cabinet In-law of the bride, pre-il-'eH' .
''on: the matron of honor and I of r"iltnmPIr\"v:\ stained Titan! : Hospitality Mis Ethel I this e'pct'on' year> for\ the\ 11('- wnilrl he the people's watching at the punrh bowls! The ma
her Innbind. Mr and Mrs. !i glass window treatment In Wpvrnnn. Hostesses[ und Kit mt'illCiins' HP s,Irt t1''lit s'-url-' lards vrte Iron of honor cut the. wetJdliv $1174IVr, -
Mini th
Rich,Il: rt :Morton I : intents of ('hel1.11; Weyman) and ;MrtNettii ,
Its two primal' v airl three narthex for YOII 11'\ per o-is wife The two jirlncipal, "ppnkel' cake.
ihe rocm. Mr and Mrs. Jim windows cart has a ,' Smith The T-'eplione: wrapped, u In s.',( )paiile< were Introduced bv Arthu'' Among the (RUe"!s were thiec' (
OahoRl'dl! David. Oaboardl an rrofitopnedpe'lr-tat mounted Commute! which has done a ISD!'; <'trues. find alcohol, and Noah program\ chairman Hennnounrcil members of the clergy: Fithe! '
HUN'I'L1k'!: Jl.u..t..tS! .Jr. ash 'i 1. the l'Ranl.t. Janet at the p.'Bk. of the -kvll'jh'p'roof :jond! Job !in keeping each I the oersons who ndoi'.. that the next meeting Connie Douptherty. Father WHEELER'SDiscount
riionn. 1734310Uox : 1 ammo Dave Minix :and Miss The infprloi of tOn bulHln \ member: Informed of meetings I tlivi the youngsters havp 1.-1 \ of HIP group would bo held Edward Kirby and Fathe1 I
BH.1Keyxlnnn ("011111.' Bennett, two friends blends the tones of walnut etc Is (chalrman'"d bv thppoieoiKlinci I thtii"'i: In srmill doses' a- he- nn Juno 1. Fred Yerke.s. Appliance Store
llolRhts. "l-'hi. from Mississippi; Mark Oa- ; secretary Mh.'. In the late afternoon, I th1
I l''ett.Ir' Smith Another' : dual I brlial couple> left for a wcl-: 11IJll\\ay 21 Hot ween Keystone Heights and
IContinued: On Next Panel!1 I{I Magnolia Park committee is Entertainment: +a..v.a.e.n.rMELEOSE Caroline Tyre. Cindy Finn ding trip to Daytona Brach

To Get $13,200 mid ,.PI'o 'lm.11'11 Mrs. Axel 'md Cathy Piiee with Mrs The bride, who Is the daugh-: :\lelrlli'Oe-Phone .J7:-2 LOt
SCOTT "KELLY' Malmoren! and Mrs Jjliiis! 1 rlllbi-r! RI'P"I; staging; a versp
New FacilitiesThe )Hanson( u-s chniruien Sunshine of "0 Zion Ila.stP.1' "How
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', Committee chairmanMrs. Great Thou Art" was sung by
Calls On His -Backers To St.itp. Cabinet J has,;, rom Robert Fciicll.' and nl 0# !Silly; Itnlnli.immrrMcltosc I Comic Morris. nnrliHPl Ash- I I
milled. 1.1,2IH) for a i new ronstriirtlon -
"Wipe the smear of the bier lie off committee chairmen; and ''tv. and TPPIVI Ifotiiliammpi i
project, lit M.iifnoliiLrtkc e..A...1A1....A.A...AA.
TraiHpnilntlon Thomas F n- One t "1l'nkf'l'IOa.'l: n'V. FinkA I
and family" by helping to State; / Park near Keystone -
Softball Men'steam
me my 'ey 1"nl1l11l1n i rl"ktntis. dinner of chicken
elect High. IlclKht.s Jtih.is: Hanson was nk' 'd In won two /gum-s'I'hursday' .fll.irl, and nil. I he tilrnmlm\
State I'nrks) Director Bill
irrniup for n pro" 'i or Fun night when they .--lave I H.iw- was pntovetl bv nil Clo.slnIIMIVPI ELECT
Miller 8-iid the! funds will !h"
f Florida Times-Union( added to $2,693 aliendy avail riv ,o'l May 2(5( and plans' thoine Men's team first !- sins given I by ;Mr-s. Ad,1hl'r.Ja
hill\ he niipounccd through! thp samr- was pLiypfl In 7 innings; ; : r'1.Fn'lh 1.
16. 1 1lJls!) (,
May able for the project providing
tolerhone! committee.IIOM111,1KIItC and: : secon-l 1 game' was. pi y. i! : PiP H\terlan Klnder-
a total' budget of $15,793: :
i Paid I'ol Adv.) | The funds will be used. to : ; ('M'lt in 5 Innliiiri.Nlii" : 'Ia' It'll, held: their last fiel trl-; Elbert D. SaundersYOUR
II I ronHtriict< a ranger's rnslcliMice. Family Fun Nlaht, spons-iic-l' pro "Jim n'tJit' 'd the !Hits' school, veil' by dolns: I'."
I I and, water system for the park bv the Clnv County Home- i YoutH Siib-Dlsirlt-l IMllpy lit I I Key-.1:miHeUlits: and vlsltln""
: Plans have been rompleled' trak.'i.: Clubs was' enluved by F.ilth, Mctlndlf-t! Church. I Io HIP It.',t /Krale theie They nls-
r by nrchitccts Kemp and Al- ab'JUt 250 persons on May 14it IlIle\IIII'. on Tursriay! ; tven-; took In H movln. Their) last

' ford of Jacksonvilli1 the Charles\ Bennett Sclnol InuMr!! div will he Fik'ay the, 21I.illente COUNTY COMMISSIONER
tlsinx for bids will AflVp"1; ''n O-i-en: Cove Hirlii'; ' within a short' Hmo ,cnvertrl' dl' h slipper, vat 1ety | luf-int dalct1I't. '(JIlt.I''k were I Ut IJilMnflv ) (
The construction w'Hk h I 'Ptsrpr" pvpspntp'i" ; by Ihe I I 1'. IiPltnd Ann I 1.)1' Christian Ihtn".Lon.: ( nnd \Mrs !IMSani's \ ,

hart of a $20,000 Imptmenicn' it-'hf' rlubs partli IpatlnifTPr. Hapt la.in.F'oral I | 2nd plncp Mrs. Holanl ''
program now un .q w rr.3hr 'irk. MPS attPtidp'l from t.ie! Kev- to JIis I,. W. Nrclus' niul Mrs! | ,r1 V "r 3rd I"hrf'-M'11.' H. T "My ONLY reason -
w 1' iI 'IIIIIP Hr"'lahls: Club per, cnt- .Jmn')! "- (Mill in HIP Mi" thvll.l 'i T>-nl and ;\rl'lI.V.. ,1. Ol'oUIk'j:
nit n short "take-off" on th I rhiiifli S -rvlro'Sill! '1 liy. I 4lh i II In-n,, Mrs F'al"v Boyd:! '
1\\ for entering
_"vpilv Hillhinip-i/ Tnklirt the I May 13: llw 1 him: HipMsl i! and Vi.s John S'.al'nl's.

KEYSTONE -TOtllKht was Mrs I1n. Oen- j Church h'tiiirl I th- Olrl'sAuxIMnrv ; MP'C--P, ( Fire n t'nrtm-n' y' 'f
Drive-In TheatreFri. 'trv. :a.s Ornnny. an'l Mrs T-'oru. Week with H h'I' 'to, .1| a, new 2non KBllon qr this race is to rep
Mnr aiet Nelson, as Jp-l.1 in I i"iiii. ;iinti l""'lnhter! nil nflilf't I' ripv-llv fir[ tiiick "Ivpn bvi
oifrci Mis Ti'i'ini: ', f'l'e"/J"!/ 1 resent ALL the
postiim'-s nt.hrtnpm
\ i "
., Sat. May 211, 21 1 1ri ,, Ploil'lfi P'n-psl HeiviP" Du'iiU'I '
er:, of the co.st were Mr, fi:ioleman 'TWI- HiWi'i', 'inA Irttras. A I + pour-p ->r I the year'' they
':!ZnJ.n-:: ...:; : Rq s ..Ielhro.Tn) icrrn was i r ,art, 0" ....'.... .., "" iii--s Duffln'Min IK. El'l-. :. 'J"'''e rt!A -11"! wi I pump"' Dr 100 r.'I t, of hose "in ,irI 'W.."
t "tap and! iinbv Trf'i'' i Tinn"!', ro- I .. ..
:MI'F'alhawiiv I dlrcrtlv t'> house If it I Is I IIP.III ..
MARLON l ..JiJ "''avorl; bv Mis if-'rn F'ian '1 L'" Minis,. (:.,II'Iv" ,' P 'Ire ''iii'Jf I n lake 01 a btu bidv nl, water rk -:
The members folhed'I'h 'It I 1 ll- rsini A kit "Pmclilm! I 'minder; to I Hi" m"m'>pr< t' r.C" : "
BRANDOS,4MSPf6ELS ':omblnatlon of folk s'n Iti" -f .."i"' ... 'p".I..n" t'5 i'IB- for j" of Clay County as
i'ray| Hi,"ir contributions
I Will Sincerely Appreciate Your Sup- \\' and :a kitchen band, and Mrs "i'nti,' h/ C'III i 'tine! Tu i 'n'l I v. "
[Continued On N'pvt Piwe i rip I. .- t i' i "P "n "h-r >II'd..IJiiC. rconttiiuerl On Next Page .1)) a whole.

port and Vote Next Tuesday, May 24th paduCt.Of of .ll ""..-:... t 'I 1 1I


BILL BEAMCLAY r1f6''SP' ATTENTION

I AM DEDICATED TO TilE ORDERLY

SCHOOL BOARD R !:! CLAY
COUNTY / P.NAv1310N', fi VOTERS OF COUNTY GROWTH OF CLAY COUNTY ON A ,

''Pd Pol. Adv.) amv "" -.s
I want to call your attention to the majority vote givenme PLANNED BASIS, AS A COMMUNITYIN

on May 3 by the voters of ALL CLAY COUNTY, WHICH WE WILL ALL BE PROUDTO

Please go to the polls on May 24 and and especially Precinct 2, which is the home precinct of LIVE. i

help elect . and myself. I consider this honoras
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my opponent a great BY PROMOTING INDUSTRY, ROAD ,

R. T. this; was my FIRST POLITICAL RACE. IMPROVEMENTS, MORE RECREAT-

A- My opponent has been in politics FOR MANY YEARS
"Dick"For i IONAL AREAS IN SUBDIVISIONS AND
' LO1TO1I V 0 and retired from a political; office, therefore, was better ,

known throughout ALL CLAY COUNTY. ACTIVELY WORKING MYSELF ON

OTHER PROJECTS OUR COUNTY
I wish it were possible to thank each of you personally. ,

Clay County School Board I need your continued vote and support on May 24. I WILL GROW.

DISTRICT NO. ::1 i will ever be grateful. We will have to go to the polls These Arc The Things I Shall Work

Efficient and VOTE. Carry a FRIEND to be a WINNER.
:
Sincere Capable For If I May Have Your Vote and

See you at the polls on May 24 1966.
,
A Vole For Dick Lovorn Is A Vote For Support On May 24th.

Progressive County Schools AGAIN THANKS !

PAST PERFORMANCE. :NOT.; FUTURE f M'.ii'l" I'olilU-iil: AilvcitlHlng,) )

PROMISE ELBERT D. SAUNDERS


Your Vote and Support Is! Greatly AppreciatedPd. CANDIDATE FOR COfXTY( COMMISSIONER. DISTRICT 2

( Pol. Adv+i i Paid I'ol Adp< i tot by Kitten. I U.) Saunders*

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PAGHt' FOURTEEN1!:
i BRADFORD t.UuN1'Y TELPURAPtl. STAIIKB.!) FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 19. '

.". .
'f by the installation of the following -, After the hostess had'served I i
ln.vitln5 I
officers for the w 1ie! held at Charles B. and a friend and traveling "temi to stay in ,the stage at Witt C. Jones Chapel with
new I ,
KEYSTONE, coming* year: President! Mrs. rolls and coffee held the, with business 15 TWO WEDDINGS Bennett trhool. More Information companion of Dr A. C] Holt which they're cut." Rev. A. E. Massey officiating. I A Classified Ad In Ibe ]

HILITESFrom OeoraliMurrhee! ; Vice President meeting was Highlight of On Saturday. May 21, some will be available next for many years, has been Invited He also points out that a Interment was in Klngsley GRAPH brings result
members present. I
eytoners: will be attendingthe to the delicatory its Lake
George Massa; Secretary week.: give cut bloom lasts as long as Cemetery. ,I"
'M the morning was the Installation of Joyce Powellto PTA/ will meet the fourth address. food reserves hold. Ant: these
Mrs Mary Nelson; andTreasurer of officers for the coming -- . ... ,
: David Sunderla-niJ, while month rather the In
J. E. Bonner. Prin- week of this If you happened along reserves are used faster
[ Precedl-igr Page year. Mrs. Clyde Ashton will still others will be Joining Mr. The day will last would'
cipal Carl] Benson will make than the third way Saturday, you warm rooms than in cold ones.
be president; Mrs. Anthony and Mrs. Arthur A. >ralnerdn be announced later. At this have seen many familiar' The average rose like under
board
), the. best man; and awards to outstanding students Mrs.
Danls, vice president:
their celebration of 80 yearsof Benson, principal down from the
faces
Father meeting, Mr : peering room temperatures is about
Connie Dough trey, who Grades 1 through 12. Lena Clemens secretary, and
marriage.The will review the progressfor 'roof of the email annex Keep
three to five days.
'
was to perform, ,the ceremony.! He will also have an. important Mrs. Arthur Oodley. treasurer,
Mrs. Prevost b a sister of the announcement on accre- MEET Sitnderland' wedding the ;year and discuss the building Just purchased by the Put the flowers in water! as
LIONELLAS
groom. ditation. will be at the educational state 'accreditation standing church. Volunteers were replacing soon as possible after they I

PTA TO INSTALL INSTALLEDAT The Keyatone Heights Llon- building of the Community Tht3 will be an opportunityfor ; a roof, and the lawn have been cut and then place
OFFICERS
NEW OFFICERSOn ellas held their regular Church, at 2 p. m., while, the. parents to discuss teat results had' been cleared of under.. them in a cool. dark area
MORNING COFFEESt.
'monthly business meeting at BralnTdn will be guest! ? .ot with the homeroom I growth making ready for I lower part of the refrigerator : REP LOUIS L L HUNTLI
Tuesday evenliy. May William's] Altar .joclety the Clay Electric Conference
honor at a reception- at the teachers for grades one completion of an edifice that ] for several hours.
24. the Keystone Heights PTA met at the home of Mrs. Harold Room. Wednesday evening home of Mr. and 'Mrs Roy L. through eight. New PTA officers Keystone can be proud of. by I' '
Water Intake Is helped
will hold Its last meeting In Sutton on Keystone Lake May 4, Bridges, on Lake Geneva. ,, from.. will be installed at As the Church Circle Women cut"
the .current year highlighted on Monday morning. May 16. It was decided to cater thelJons' 3 till 5 making "a long sloping
m.
meet- p this }Mme. and honor students are providing for the carpeting along: the base of the t tem and
monthly dinner GARDEN PARTY hV l .| for all 12 grades will be pre- in the new church by set aping bark: from it in '
; Ings. Mrs. George Massa wa The Keystone v.. :Uelgfirta( sented. through the efforts on the several places up to fourlnches ":z- Experience!
made dinner chairman. VarIous Wcman's Club will install new The music department under bazaar and luncheon held each the base. '
members will assist her officers for the 'coming;,y tar the! direction of Mrs.! fall, the chairmen of this above 1

each time. Those who prepar- it a Garden Party.a( the Gwendolyn Hernandez will event hope everyone will start Lastly, your flowei arrangements :1 *
HAlING DOWN I clip. the meal for the May dInner should: be: placed! wher : Qualified
I
home of Mrs. A. H. LaRa.5Sil on present a sprIng: concept at "J working NOWI I
meeting were Mis Massa they are at !"s t expO f 1 tdmafta ,1
Lake Geneva from 3.,till 3P, p. m. Thursday, May 26. It
'MY.>FUTURE! Mrs. Charlie McG'.ave.:! Mrs m. on the afteinopn( j P1'rr.3Y' 4 will be held! in the cafe'or- and away from hen tin' .

Joe Wlldt. Mrs. Huntley Red- Member and tl'lep,15: ate.urged lum and the public is invl.ed units. : *
i +
fearn. Jr., and Mrs. RElY Win- Melrose/ Successful
to attend. \
; ; :j to attend
trtry dollar tav+d Mp ft. ? .n.' ; I
ins. We hear that the Lions And don't forget 'to voteon The Student Council held Funeral ServicesFor
build foundation
Krm for .
'njoyed! it thoroughly Tuesday. May 24sa&l, &r an Informal mt'e'lnMon/ [From Preceding Page] Mrs. FrameAt : '
Mew. _d.A." Iomo'ios4 the .,
The Llonellas will play Businessm
you would I I. ,...-i ii/,,n.' day May 16 It waJ de'idPd ;
Junlo Woman's Club in a HERE 'N THERE ',, K, t that homeroom representatives ; thin year. Kingsley; Lake -'
softball game on tho evening The Keystone Heights ..inns for the 66-67 council: The Gilbert Reed's spent
if June 11 at the city park. Club gave away their riding I should be elected this spilng.' : 'I 'ast Sunday I In Macelenny tot Mil Bonslla: Orlffls Pram

Get your tickets from any 'awn mower on Saturday It ,w4, ive! tnem an o po"- a family irunion to ceieoraw died Thuisday, May 19. at he
II nember of either olub 1ft.t>rnoon, May 14. The wlnne-, tijnlty to work with the offlers her aanlmc'her's.! Mis. Leila home in Jacksonville She waa Your
BETTER LATE was Mrs. Mary Corn of Starke 'durln the summer and Loadh Jltz'. 82n1 birthday native of Jackson Count .

THAN NEVER ,horn we do not know but we be realy: to go to work at the Recent vb' ors of Mr. emil and had lived in Jajksonvl:

For: the benefit 01 sum me hear she lives in a tral'eijnrk -' beilnnlnq school' yea In the Mrs. E. W. Revels wa their Inca 1961.SurvIving.

'sItars and weekenders\ we with probably vry Lttl!. fall. They also d"clded to rn. Mr. ar i Mrs. Ernest W ale her hus'jRnt' STATE REPRESENTATIVI

wish to state that Sunday 'awn to care for. However, we i ha':eVfcilrty for the "old" Revels Jr. of Plant City. Lame: W. Frame; two son.
Mass at St. William' is now congratulate her, for since : and "new" council on Satur- Pete Piueh. grand'on of Enoch Eu,
at 7:30: ( a m. Please tell everyone he had 1ticket, she mus iav. Jftne'4' ..Mr. L M. Pearsall. will graduate ford. end> Donald Ray GilffU.
you know. Last Sunday have some good use for it. The traditional "Penlo' this J"ne with honors with the U. S. Navy in Vie Bradford-Clay-Union Countie, j

about 30 good souls were wait :Mrs\ Rolph Grimes and Mrs kl, )? Pay" for the seniors 'of from Gainesville High School. Nam: her mother Mr-. O! ,
'ng for: 9:30: Mass\ and! waited Vivian Pigeon spent Sunday I 1966 Was held May 12. The Thomas Chamblee and five! Olles of Maiiaiina: ; one slater

'n va'n. It is almost imposslbl'o with Mrs. Betty Chapman and place chosen! was Daytona of sU children have been ill Miss Uannle Ford of Jacksinville.

e'e" such let everyone know. Mr, ar:j! Mrs. Prank Nooney, Beach. Mr. White and Mrs with a virus!! for several days. and a brother".. WIIlJlTTru : (Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid for by Louis L. Hu u YITHANKS )
no thing as "storebought"security LOOK. MOM. IT'S ALEC"We I who :all live on Lake BrooklynMrs. Jordan were chaperones for the I Mr and: Mrs. Fred Young'I n Ford of Marianm.'

--when it comes to your fu looked and sure ei.ourt I Grimes and Mrs Pi eon run The crrnim left at 83O, ( !mind children' spent Sunday at Funeral, services were heldat I

ture. You've got to "build-it-yourself"! 't WAS Alec I Our son was re- are both from Jack onvl1le. q'rid'n.r ivpd'a un.j10. The I St. Augustine Beach. I 3 D. m Sun, "av )I... 'hi. T, <

The dollars you save lay the cornerstone "errlns! to a pjioto= : iaph on I We we-e happy: t6 see Mr day was spent swimming an* Mrs. Martha MacKeachle's
?age 18 of the Sunday magazine Lena Clemens up and aroundon hopl1'on\>!{ the broadwalkThe net recently was\ !! Miss Jane-
of'financial': secuiity. So make a habit of supplement In the Florida I Saturday. She Is TPco rln" sunburned ,grouo returned anne Smyth! of Bermuda.! Mrs!

saving: regularly here. Your deposits plus Times-Union this past Sun- nicely from recent surgery home at 8 that night. **3cKeachl '. b'other. Mr. an1Mrs. A m-
!'ay. The picture accompanies' tnd was able to attend th We plan to start n Futur'* : A. C. HoagTanl: of E'iza-' '
our interest add up quicker than you N. J. .-snt the winter in
an article on Palntka Ale: Malone-Oaboaidl wedding a' TeaihV of America FTA beth _
'think.. Livingston and a. pretty blonie: 3t. William's on Saturday Club 'In Keystone s.-hool next 'the gue't ccttige of Mrs. Mac- MILLION !

girl were seated on the lawn. afternoon year. This club is sponsored Keachte's. have relumed to
outside the library at St Mr. ant: Mrs. Flank Tom- by the FbI Ida Education As- their home in the Nirth.
!KEYSTONE<< STATE BANK I Toins River Junior College ascak of Hollywood Fla.:have sociation. Students, interested Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jlnklns

Perhaps they should have been been the houseBue- !of: Mrs In joining this group wll! have visile: Jacksonville 3v- For the trust and confidence you have

::toenib
/ I ''>ut on such a pretty day. the boardl and faml1]lbftelrose 'luilni the next regular: : meet- son. Jack Edward has been in overwhelming vote you gave me on May a-i"m
Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
the hospital. They stayed a
rospect of a library without The Tomasaks came to be on ing.
.. 3rd. To those who voted for my six hon ,
: Community. I any windows doesn't seem a' hand for the weedingof' -their Calendar; Of Event" few evenings! with Joyce. Joyce::
orable opponents, I invite you to join
cousin. Chailej "Oaboardi. on An assembly will be held on I. expecting a baby In a few
,. weeks. with me now as we forward together _
'atu"lay;! May 23 to !lIve awards: to outstanding go i ,
Frank N3oney.Ji: >.'; f wac students who deserve Miss Ia Hlllyer ,> to a great second primary victory that

'I *" T' csntly fim Clwnutlelrl merit for their work in tne led Mr. an1 M' s. J> ccom1)'n-1 I wilt bring a bright new day-to-Florida's
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE Ill.. where tie la-: an in- past year This excludes all to Wyandotte. Mich. government. .

tructor in the making o' seniors ns their aWArds will ''th Mr. Strawn'j _

I 'ctild fuel for rocl ets. '>e pre"enfed at graduation. :May\ Stack. i I

BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES George Allen. son of Ws Mav 24 will be Club Diy Mr, and Mrs. Bill Baley of' Gratefully yours, .WI'J

Lena Clemens came home las' Phe! }last formal meeting day Houeville, Calif. vt.lted Mr .ii

-' dO' fJJd\\y.\ OJ'?.a''L ,"ja'.eiroute for all clubs on the campus end Mrs. Wm. D [ enhowl!"1 SAM TEAGUE
from Fort < Bennlng Jo For T.hevhould consider ro-mlJ- '"for a 'Peek's /ntuv. Thiftr!' guests t' ,

MELROSE HOME REPAIR Bites; near El Pa!!tff1>Jta.s 'atln their program for the Sunday was Mrs. John Ross FOR SENATOR DISTRICT 25 I.'f. ,

George has complete4) I Basi lomlnii: pHnni vear. Mrs Ada Roberwn.!! and Mr Paid Political Ad"n'T.I3eluS, .
FEDDER'S Auto Service Carpentry Service Training at Bennlng and will) Tho senfol's-wlII: take their and Mrs. Priest Perry. :

HEAT'PUMPS Masonry Service report to Fortfl1Lss"ti': May semester exams on May 25 Mrs. Jean Allen's chl'drenI

Richard Jones, Prop. Cabinets A I Specialty 27. ?6, and 27 The rest of the I visited with frleir t I' Jn Melros" f
Former Owner J. L. Motors CALL Mr. Mary Dendy of Jick- students! will have the'rs' on I white Jean and Mri O R

FOR YEAR 'ROUNDCOMFORT Macclenny : .*:nvllle was a recent' weekend May 30, 31, and June 1, Gano spent a week at Camp

KEYSTONE eutst of her sister. Mrs. Betty i The Junior-Senior prom is Weed. The theme at Camo ---k what ,
> General Repairs Chapman and family. of LakeBrooklyn. Weed was "This is God's
Home Repair scheduled for Saturday.; May .
New & Used Parta
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CONTACT World.
Mrs. Gano will
-, be th-
21, In the gymnasium. Baccalaureate -
Standard 011 Products & Improvement Service |t was good to see Father services will be held! President of the Women of

REDFEARN'S Rt. 21-South of Connie Dougherty bacH among the Episcopal Church in Melrose -
MELROSE on !May 29 at the Eolscopa!
..!.. his former parlshoners at the for '
Kevstone H .MIII. Fin Church at 8 p. m. Commencement the coming year I 1a are
Phone 475-2411 Gaboardl weeding reception: Cindy stayed with Mrs. Albert
APPLIANCES exercises will be on
: USED CARS last Saturday. The groom ani Bp! ..
{ << Terrv with Doctor and
A General Contractor
tlI. Specializing June 1. at 8 p. m. in the gym
For;;';i. 1 In the SMALLJob his brother (the b-st, ,man I nas1um.I Mrs. .tames Lickey. and MelUa I
Estimates
Free had been Father Connie's altar the Jan little
with Butts family.Mr. .
Hank Used Cars for the Convenienceof 1
June 1 will be the last
"Keyat .ne' Heights the Homeowner. bays: during hb stay, at st.Edward's. I regular and Mrs. C. C. Corey
school
day for all stu
i I"", .. "* 1. and he w\s happy .
: \473.4252 BIG CASH DISCOUNT Serving Clay aAd to perform the ceremony for I dents. There is no school on spent several davj in' .JL"I I
.s
for a visit. with her '
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Bradford Counties
.. them. June :? as it Is a tcaoher'lwOl'k
Mr. and Mrs. R 6urbii
TERMS L.
day. Students will re-
'URSERY !Mrs. Agnes B. La,'7rence- 1' They reported- ,having a won- gir
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I pprt.on Friday June 3. to receive -
.T V';'Service. Center BUY SELL TRADE II I. back to stay in her home and, thlr report cards. "elfulUme especially the visit I
2* ,* O.C.Carnes Nursery will bJ: glad to see any of her Tack season ended Friday to Randolph's:: Hcrae Stable.

It. ..- thortt4 Pbllco nrradof
j .. .5iS and Service Hwy. 100 8 Mllea S. Starke Mile fiE of Stark Brokas brought home a third presents 18 "Swinging High"! May ,
an4.l9.
at 8
't'' Nursery Stuck ThOu. p m. Adults-
nlace. rlbbn In
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All
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ands of Plant A Fruit I PEACE Congratulations for representing 7Sc and students-, "-SOc.
-'RAblO;;;:' WE HAVE GOOD PIPE .
STEREO: Trees to choMM from. NIce "\i9-w Ui Stefan '
'COLOR TV Shade Tree, Vvergreen* roongLie
Work uarant4e-TV, Rental* Used Cars and Trucks Sf Landscape Plant All tn PATTERI ?
Keystone 'Height. 473-44H containers plant any I I i Of Cut Roses
At, SAvlna; Price time. Camellia azalea: I I NEWS NOTES With These .
Tips ,
Well Get It For You Let us do your landscaping I [From Preceding wage) ,.,,, I
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Phone 6S4-M65 '
Auttt Sales & Service If We Don'l Have It the of the ItUdim't I Dan't: just cut your roses I
PACKAGE STORE on part [From Preceding; Page], .and let it go at that. I|
body. Jerry Jowers was elec- I
Author!**! Dealer For Vernon Buff Garage ted president .and Jimmy Geneva Shad and Mrs. MamieClark First think over the, .ar-I

Chrysler .'Plymouth ValientBlmca THE BLUE PINES Wlldt vice present t. There came well costumed.. rangement in which' t they' 'are I
Hwy. 100 Keystone D.... to be used.
International Harvester .
was a run-off between Sharon ':'.'X1Ir. final\ picnic ahd cookout -
Store &
Trucks SOout 4-Wheel 473- 4570 Package Branron and Debbie Knightfor was held Wednesday al\ Laiger, more open powers: / :;

..',, brlv COCKTAIL LOUNGE secretarytreasurer.\ .' This. the home of Mrs. Frances used tow in the container need -t 1 ,
f
Clayton Revel* A.M.-12 was held on Friday; arid Bufflngton, on Lake Geneva less of a stem than tighter Vi "
Open 9 P.'M. '
Except
BEAUTY SHOP on Brannan ,wu Sbaro'' Shores. buds:! used for helsht: 11. .1:
Sunday theposition., _,. COMMUNITY CHURCH S. E:, Mc Chry l r Plymouth, Dance Every Saturday Night > (
.,The Student Council' w uli' The Music of Connie and \
INC. KEYSTONEBEAUTY The Fireballs like to express thanks to' the their final covered dish lunch: Agricultural Experiment Sta .J I l t

NOBODY UNDERSELLS! SHOP 4 MILES EAST OF county commissioner tor r eon on May 16. This was the tiGriS says to cut buds 'fter .' II

: \CLAYTON R 'VUS" KEYSTONE HEIGHTS making! the voting machine start of next 'year's circle' activities the 111 ten sepals'fold back toward -

Edith Johnson, Owner available for the elections and the president,, the stem and tha' outside'
lof' N.'Orange LAKE LOTS We feel that U.-a an invaluable Mrs. Walter Orollck.'presented petals: loesen ahd. start to'un-

Green Cove. Sprint JM4-9S1I, A Personal Creative Lake Geneva $::1500 (Term) experience! and !has: made \he, names of circle )leaders furl. Blooms cut as tljht buds

Hair StylingIZIU'IIJUSI Lake Brooklyn $3500 (Term) our *Atudonts! more aware of They are: Mrs M. A. Schroeder will fall to open, he adds .

; Trailer Lot $::100 up (Term) voting procedure and their and co-chairman Mrs Use a "sharp knife. .r prunIng -

SPRING .MOTORS Beauty Care MORTGAGE!: BROKER responsibility.The Herman ScHroeder; Mrs I shears makIng clean/ Sugar and spice and everything nice. Little boys? about
j Every Form APPRAISAL SERVICE Beta Club has electednew Ullam. Beam. Sr and co- cut just above a well developed snails and Something
of Baaoty Culture
Complete Service St Part ForVOLKSWAGEN ; puppy dog tails. We don't really like little 1ette
AMoclatee officers for the coming chairman, Mrs. Emily Ison: flveleafleINt.. than little girls ?
: Open TUM.-Eat. 9-5; Mr. M. Ilgen. 4TS-481A year. President will be Patti Mrs. John'Bird, and co-chair- Dr.'' McFadien:! ,says dieback boys, we love all our little customers and realize 'tha't t It's

"U I$', l"ol"A Volkswagen Closed Monday Capt R. Lovorn. 473-4132: : Brannon; Vice- president& man, Mrs. R,:A. Gaunt; Mrs. -a blackening; of stems and never too early to start good financial habits. We also try .8wlull

We Have IL." Keystone Height &15-<1865 S.E.McKay, Realtor I I Nancy Klngsbury; and Secre- Henry Mlckle and Mrs. James the dying: back: from the tip or hard to make everything nice for our grown up customers by offerln
Always Plenty of Good Used .
tary-treasurer. Susan Bird. 'COOk. --'co-chairman. These pruning possible financial
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS cut-may result if you every assistance available. checking account*
-. Volkswagens In Stock I. These officers 'will be Installed four afternon circles which leave
Phone 473-4814 are. ragged, cut Or a long savings accounts with
flrffn r.n'9fl RirInq. SH4-ASAI1 Electrical. Sales & Service Monday night at Susan Bird'shome. meet in the homes at 1:30.: stub above a dormant bud. In fact, could that's guaranteed interest and all types of Joansj

AUTO SERVICEKING'S fKHTAURANTSBeidler's': ._One. new member. Roxanne The ''MOrhlrfrf'circle will again The condition of a plant affects BANKING you SERVICE say! what BANKS are made of COMPLE1

vaiidejuil. was added to I be chairmaned by Mis. Elmer the life of its cut flowers

't' .. Yeoman's Electrical Holiday the club this semester. I Howe and Mrs. Nettle Stitch and ones cut from healthy Everything nice? As nice as we can make Ii. By the when ]
\ The new gymnasium hat berry. Rebeccas and Nightingales plant last longer and spice and puppy dog tails ,way. sugar!
Sales '& Service Restaurant been completed. Several events continue to meet The horticulturist explains tion. grow up we can help with their educJ

'Service Station Coder New Ownership are scheduled to be held in evenings. Chairmen of committees that buds "cut late in the

Frlfidalre Appliance OIL PARRDES th gym. We are anticipating will be announcednext afternoon 'wiM}) last longer than
'. USED CARS AT Maytag Washer Fin Food Moderately *>rteet havln .. bleachers installed week as President Qro- i those cut in the morning" "O<,er 400 banks in Florida behind] you and your cofnmunitFLORIDA "

BARGAIN. ,' .' PRICES Zenith and Motorola, TV OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY when school opens next fall. lick names them at the May Flowers of some varieties, /
*.L'- ELECTRIC:*: Slegler Heater Full Aim Dinner r'avt-.ItaJiius- loacnee' Viwwt-* Summer school classes will .16 luncheon. such a, the Alamo, and Chris- BANKERS ASS CIATIO!

PIZZA PIES begin on June 13 and end 'The ''beautiful new sanctuary tian Dior open more slowly
AND ACETYLENEMOfitlUMUB; :
.. P. O. Box 186 MelroMPhoa July 22. Junior and senior will
-, tLDINO BEER: !: be dedicated on June and list longer: than others.
479-JI71 I Block North of R4 LlfMmctoirrs I high students will attend .at l.a.alw3o.\1P..411..Dr. p. S Oro- The specialist say that flower .

,_ ':: .7f->l.l KJDT8TONm : Clay High ,1lGrelD Cove. don. pastor at the GainesvilleFirst of a few varieties like '

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f Savings Bonds Limits Raised Savlnt':> Bonds presented as !Nw Hr.1'r41... "..... .. T.... !5iI..- "...-..1.11.-- .. 4..pu .. 18484.. I__. 1J .o.J.U.: ., A. ., or.....
uf .land M T H A 0. *. ... ,...... .. '. ml lead .1 T A .1.... asd 1'.1.
gifts to charitable religious I f load. A T al A. a>**.. .* .._ .'....
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For Purchases educational, and certain other a in rtnir W Jio1. 'N UI8--Com r. XII -Lots 13. A 14.
In 1 GII Ft
t Any One YearS ? I 8 '. ,t( nile "
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nonJ1'oflt organizations thatqualify Ti ..1..1W\ 100', N IR "." ofMR Chrpi>f SRU<: *" 4k. ; T. '
lflt K 210'. N 73 of NEVI run W ,.COM ADD Le, ter .t. P..att. 78 6..
: under Section 501 Id} dO'lF.\ ion1 to POD HI 6 23 1 Marvin R. .Voef/el I 10.07 e t2JO 3 483.-Lot* I, 1.,3.. 4,
L. : .
Peek Jr.. president::! of such Investors to F4 8 10% Ft. ,
many put 131 of the Internal! Revenue < II, 11.A 11 of Blk. ,.t .I .
the Florida .Banfc" at QtarkeU Lpajt of their funds 'nlo these Code of 1954. This permits 24ID-1 Lot 100' EAW ** '. '' 'i'. B UfcB.a-110 Ft.. N. ..105 Ft 92 2 fn L "T A eon ?

and chairman of the U S [I I securities of our country." such organizations to' receiveup by 210 NAS In NW i \ 21 8 3'F. Keller' AL: S3.52 ADD'I A. E, :.IcKlnn.Y''. Jr. 231.7*

Cor of Ett of BIS 9931.45-Wt4 of'9E4( ... .
Savings Bonds volunteer com- The to $200.000 in Series H : ; II 3533-Lota 6 A 7 of
of Raw .
Tieasuiy's amendmenton Bnd on N ", 1. of In..: ... .of. NE44: .
mittee for Bradford County the holding limitations also Bonds purchased In any calendar by Center St In M Ki B 80'I *" Bile 2EZE10Ft
21 8 22 3286
urges bond buyers to take advantage II J Temples alt *1 a 22 4\Jarvln II:. Noegel l 1410 2iU-l.l >IIl.:10.: a KKV : 4 Perrr Bulllvtn III. Temple.. ADD Kmma: Boree. II IDu
Included a new provision on year. S6JJ--W fall Ft PI.lot
2.nAW4\ of Blk ,
,
: of the new hither an- 2 .4 of its aw
nual limitations on holdings of 1 i MC'4-; of ilk 2 I 8 I of a 14'of Blk C In Blanof =:. -X_%' of Lot 1 ot\llk'\! .
U 'I' I ( .1 dingl/PEI'! : : W. UO-
E and ft bonds which have UK 3V of Tem- Lot 19'1' 14 A' IIl.Trmple.I ADC) J. A. Bell 27.50
been : :N'ntUe I I" heroliv! Klvi-n that the. .. plea. :Mill: S/D 21 6 23 OQtew9y InrtiintrlrK 1 u- lot It and 8
fulluwlnir d'srrlhed lands of .
announced by tlifi, Trl" 11.10 Port ..Blk C E of > 4 '. ; ify ... or elk 41: In Temple .
will .
lo HUM ul ]ph uhlli' auction .ut, I2:''MI''' o..k) norm on the loth Creek. A W of Ditch .
Small BuilneaaAdm
ury Dcpal.tment. The new''-'>l lKUlatlcns May or Jun 2425E14 lOr Blk 3 S .A OD. A. 1'':. McKlnnev Jr. 8417
'. A D 1980, the ,
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City Hull (City iif Hturk, lh"mty ... ... '
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eligible of It 4 W Temple.SD .* : : I" et al 13 3T 3106 -Lot t A W14{
provide that, of Hruilfiiiil. J, toll"I. of .'lorl 1 A.I
taxes herein 21 6 82 6 J..ln Colngton 5.5tl a 'p of. LOt' 5 of Blk J-
mt
purchasers may own up to of .'If'hLIe/ and nd\unpimlti''crtlalnir.the Manta, together with .nil com 2426-1 A In NK Cor. '. 10 of '!Nil: Bin'. .- .. 1 0 In Duwllnit 8/D- Jmnea: K. Akrldce 1*.45
$20100, maturity "ixlue. In \ Iif Wig Of III k :.1 1 I' BlndlnU' '- A B. Klnny.. Jr. 13153 1762-Lota 3, 4. 0, *

Series E Bonds bought: In any '0. IJPNr..lo"on, \itiiiiinf of ....*... 8 of It 3 W 21 II 22 1 Lawrence. Covln.ton 3.U 197 -,- ona.4U'"t,, N" A- Fracl tote A B
l.f 'llllMl 2447-Ha I Dene from UK Ciuof CallA ...' U'lk 15 in J. ,
one calendar S II % (Inner Red ('.."t. rev OR ,1.,I M.
and J'JO.- .
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year.t HK 17-171: A, .PunaOK .. 'W Mr 64. 'A run JO 1n. App Annette L Tucker 4643
000, face value, trf H U:Jns.! I 21ULot fl "f Ilk BK 27 PK. 1H3 21 6 22a Pioneer Finance ('D. !21.58 .'$ O20..II' .Nlu -Ft ..I. V1- "3101=BIk'8 Ex'RWIn '
Previous limits 2 Isa\ N 10' hewn 2447-A-liraVI' N of W-229 I 5'1 8.15 Ft to City Park syf3J02TLota >
were $10000 I .. .- .... .. A. E. McKlnney, Jr 49 17
and 20000. f ,l'r'I Qeolge Siivll 1.Its "SW' C1>r of NEH : POI M'w ,. 21 8 tl29SO H. H.. Houston I.81
lespectivelyCalling 1 3111: : Cum at NW Cur: of SWJ4.' K Ion( _From Pi of 'Sall 13 thru 18
attention\. /) the fact ut *r.: <* utRW runS N 100', W 100', S iJohnnie of !!line Sec 2. with 'I. y >*",'- ,,,.. A 21 of Blk 2 A '

that the Inteie&t, f ale, on Siv-: IIH: 7.2 "'1. H 7"3.8 imr to iifir .21 22 Covlngton 28 10 W. tin. of St Rd' .. 0 Lot*' 3 thru |10 of
Kt to AHW Llim 200 .run Nly Aonl"" Uk I'* Lot 1.-8: 3 .. '
lags Bonds was recently increased of M ltd. 16" then :2414--Prill) at 8K' Cor : I t' Rd 3887 -Ft .toPOB. e f f I 4' A .7;. thru 15 of

to 4 13 pee: cent. Mr. NKlv .along W Ullni /\\ of XK'4: of 8W' Wly 254 FtNlr ;V I. Blk 8'A' Lot 14.1C
Peek .of Ilwy 7H2' Kt run W 8888.9' to 818.23.c.Ft< Ey| A f Pit! jof Late. 11:\ A
(ailed\ the I ;purchase
nav\ for 1-on then Mv I'UO'W 46.44', Nly ,I't,8 J. 84.63 N. EIr': alone- It ''of Blk 7.EIly. '
limit "an uhmuiiP l tportunlty"for ) on \\' R/W line ISO 110', Fly: 48..' Sly ," A Rd" of a curve ParlT' A BIM t In

both Indjvldual and institutional I KtMv at right. 101 i' to POll In 1"1\ ,l's st.IO Ft to, St Rd? ; 'I 'rC-"rtcaIJE: : : A. E, ;McKinney, Jr .....
JnvftiteAit'' to become R nlf tn I 11.1. 200 I Kt W't of Blk 6S of Sly along Rd Ml.Ot.m '. 3M Cor II
then !sniy' par with . hUW Temp 8/D 21 8 23 :lire. Emma, 14urrr.ee 16.17 to POB E* Rf8f.It/ : 22 AOa.tpl'rfueksr,/ .117.17 lit: 81ii': of NI3w' A .
"larger shareholders 11: their Hil ISO Kt then 260H-Lot> :3 I &: 3 ofHlk \, LIt: i ""n.'M 100 )o't.' far a
counti," I I Klv: 2(10( Ft tn I'llli( |U Rx K Id's'' 89s9-Lot, 1001; 81JF,.. PUS. Run W 100
I &. F '1 "f iMl' In N keno1)I Charlee L. Barnee 37.1 ,K -Ot Dowllnc Park Ft.S50FtS 100

Una r Treasury regulations, Ink 3 Crcvn ,trrrs 20 8 III!) Jdmre \f. Patray Jr. 7JJoiFphln 2S.il-Lot 7 of B1R \s,1\ f ...; BID .) .,' J"i" O P. 'Keraey. ..c. 4.121099Lot Ft, N 60. Ft to P-.

any resident of the United In N Kena 8/D :Marie. JoneaFranota 273. 6 A 7.1 0 j '. OB alx: R/W Lea Troy Uelcer 33.13

States or citizens temporarily I 2:1:177--< 'nm 4iO Kt N 8522-Uula' 3. 4 of Blk. till Blk a ln.'powllnPark ; '\. .: ;. 3810-; i* at BK; Cor '
from tiN) (Cur <.f 1 IU In N-Keno S/U Jenklna S/D Ea 'alpI' I. or NWV4 of .SEiVi ..ofME ,
residing abroad may own Savings i I$W'""i 0 uf H\\' \W 1* 2527-Lot 3 of Hlk 20 "4T' 84' :ICatl$ . t 49 "*!; A rllnN; ,IDft. \ .4.

Bonds in a choli! of registrations run W 115 l-'t N BOKt I InI: H'lio\ S/D S'Uy!. P.-WIXIama./ 18,18 ,3011-Lets I' thru 8of W 107 Ft Jor a '

: single owners co- I K II:. Kl 'M" 50 2540.)-Lot 5 of Blk 2.1 "\ . I"'I'lniWbt', ,' 1'0B.\lnll\ ) IJ6 Ft, ,
owner, or beAc/iClary.| Where Kt 1 tn I'oU 21 6 ft Ellerion 6 16Ptnuirl 111 N-lteno S/D 'Haakeraon. 275 Arrpe' f.......'' 4 I W 100Ft.S315FL, .I. ;,. P'" .
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I'"". lMt |I. :2 uf !ilk I "' ; .,7 of Blk I. .1 1 A ..;:V IUn..r. Jr W40 K: 100 FJ/ tn POM. l. i .JJ ,';1 :>,. E. McKIa01y, Jr. 289$
bonds are pim.kn.spd: In.the 'i In Sunny' Acre. 2560-tot I of Blk 1 : r' r I 4I-BC 'at 8W. CoLot..IBIir.o. ,, . ?

names of two Individuals as M'llMill WKh: 5 75 In Oehaffan S/D FloydPkit.n.) 42. I ..... s .' .:.... 3832=Com' in at .Pf !18'
Lot 10 of Hlk -- Lot 8 of Blk 1III T o wn. N 17 dec. 41STcm'Kly 0 W, A II1))' of SB '
co-owners! each may hold the i 'In Sunn' At.i.eg JnhuKun "8/U' 1 \ .' ) R/W Walnut 'e'r4'I. Cor. of WV. of NIJV.:

maximum! amount of either E S/'l: Carrie W.lch S 15 E* R/W AaronJH9. ? 2 ,13J'ohnnle St 104.43V a 19d4it1U' ofSJ-4, of NB14.. 'run"

or II Binds: or bath; Bonds .':\t'.; I.''. 7, S. '>, & 2584 Line I. 2, 3, 4. E 61P e1 16 : N" '76' W 100', N ,
may also be owned by I I'> 08 813k 7 I In' :sun- 23 A 28 of Hlk 3 de,'w.ioa.75'!' to ate'Cop 150' W 220', S ,116,
corporations or, A. r N/li Alfred Parnn ...t. 7.91 Uahagan MID :Mil: Cuffee If 07 LoW 1 Blk : E'1'34'; R 19' t'2004p ':

associations public 01 2117 ,'""i in M:: : ,Cur, 2011- Kto:'" of Rlk 1 ..,I. H 9.Ylesr'1V; ',9Wo6'. I l' POB E' OR BK .

privata organizations, llducluiies "I '"", ." II il...KV 8uf 8211V % t..r\hepi< w !. t A. X:. MudBaey. Jr 10 II'JOe'r"'I SI re. 811.A E.
and other investors except '.,;.n', "r..r. HitS of Hlk 1 S of JS E .... ; rl,,,: I I p',11of: Bkln' .h A E* "c ;.I
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I 'I, "r i .>.,in,,.i. :si'. A MK'/ of Blk I IN. n .'-' oHeJ' Town j. I OR BK ,41-478 at. 2igiot Leonard Orlffle. 10 48j
commercial banks. : ;N; : des \\ ,"II I I'I'I II urfl'.SW '. 'I '. oRAtrrk.'i\ Q iicOrlfl. UII -Lot 5 of Hilt .2 j

U. S. Savings Bonds have NI, 'Ifln'' I -- I -- ...." of Blk 1 8: of R 2 .. I I I3C'Klwbl 89V>> .".N, .II 1r+. .. In Hutler Crt 8/D Elm.r Thom. 27.07

always! been considered\ an W I s I i p..n> ,' i K In Templea. 8/D .' S. b t"lr!4': i .41" 891t-I 1 lot helnr $t'
E.. Par OR 9K.. 1\f\ fir III-!: Cllr of l.ot I' "s by. Ito' EAW
ideal investment for the or- 38-036 22 8 23 1* L.. J. 'AlI e Kite 15.44a a..of "-ll.lt) IItl.I 01.. !' 't ..1' end !N by: tot I. aby .

Com 866', E Stark Lm*a W h Let
dinary saver. the chairman aYi 2617- TIt"'ft' of .
said, "Particularly because of l lM $ I A 4O'NofSWCor ,i. I 1 lot St' NAvfl k>>x 10' ., a' .' .. 4, In Blk' 1 Butler '
1 of NWV. of 8W4, .CAW4n: NE ear :4 0 4; 1d'I Crt 8/D .* 4 Xorm.n' E,, Thomas. 4223
thtir: safety guaranteed return N 220' for POB. E Lot S .lk II A, X.: .....kln.. r. .J/. *414II .
and tax advantages ButI 101""'. N 50' W lOG'. \ 39)7- Lpt 7 of Blk .
8 SO to POB 23 22 -i- D1x14Acc.ptsnns l ,! liis'ffc'V.: ) A'. of' i.01. r. 4.f 11.. ; B'ln PIAe huret AID '.&. E. McKlnney Jr 28 8J
believe there is
an Impoitantplace Corp of. Stuart at.n /r& W,' 'IS\ Ft, of 3MO-B -Bee. 125 W
for Savings Bonds 1n the I ', ,/ e: 41I1'J,, : Lot 7 of Blk 21 In f A, 15' N of SK Cor ,

larger investment portfolio, 261S- um at SW 'or orjaj Town of .Ita/ki' I ',b0 4tethlaew&Y 2. 44 of NEW of NHV.:: ,

too. whether that of an. Individual I or MW'i of 8Wi, J.. ""I'. 'I ..". : HIS -Com ,on H aide ; .. ]X 10', W 10'. a 10', ,
run E 104', N 80' for tit.. Can IIt! 'wbtr., It R 70' to Becr H' 2? Louie J. Bennett 8.09
or an institution I I poll E 135' on N I 'OJ I lit \ j Int. 'K: aid* of Court' 3 7I-1 R'I'(| A In SB' _

hope that the increased limitson R/W" Or Rd. N 210, ,. "rl"UI 1 I 1 R.t.; A .....n R19! Ft.FpBthen COP'Of NKU' of .

holdings will W 124'. S 250' to i i Spr, a \ fr. f NWH helm 210'
encoutageFuneral .
POD 82 8 2a W H. Noecel at al I 08 8 6.FI.. E .40 ..Ft?, M.: ,' Aq! II 8 22 IAnI'll W. Orlffl 171831111Lnt
P 281H-Com S88' F! A .. r *i "''t.." W 40 .ft to ,S. of JDlk 1In

1t 30' N of SW Cor of r rOll ". ( 13 8p1nHr) I d_.j;aArYmn !:!, '.jarat,>e.. H.'le <

". '. ; (' :': ( N 2t'II':0: ; : ." r, rtt'; ,61.. Unit .1... .. V. $..' Woodburn 11.10
Tuesday"For .. POH. N S"8kit iirtna-. tk'at.Psrcurln 4015-Cam at BK Corof '
50') W 100', 8 50' H lit'Ui. r1k:14'ot' 8YVW .A .

W. O. Forsyth 'I tn POD In OR ilK s.Ii/ i ,,..' : I :I'> 'In on C'n:.. > ef .' ......IJ! ![, 'ii \ *e', run .S-.Wft.() Ft ,tHd -
; 35-489 2V 8 Co 3413 N I ti
Pioneer Fh'." flrtark B'a 215, .nw iso ft nalo
1 2649 BP*' at Tom 'i E I i I <,.i Ft E'0 Ft
Of rhemp. .
Hampton anti: by .
'(I: 11.11. 8t In Nat. WII- I : W I 1 to PO, J 2Cor 5 aa } W.E. ,..TSrade. Jr. 8037
Ilam.D' run E on I r,;a r Ii.i ." aon B'I.IIp'. .

William Ozyes Forsyt 1. 60. '+. t- Cooper Or 200', '8" .. OR.BK l.-le/, J''j. ,1., ( 4Andr.ws ,1' 414-nm: {7' '
to Peterson' St 1001 o! ntA. ..ipln.
died Wednesday. .. '
of
Hampton 'rs then on Peterson at, .. 3/J_ IXBlk'i \..> Ii:, < if:' I. JlicJII/' $ly: fj.AI4 ;
May 11, W 101)) N 100' to "r.", e i fc!:. 'RIS In.i, \ I I > ', rout. 8Kir u.; t ,
He was born in Lak' ,,I ?

-OU> 5V-Lcit 10 of BlkI 31a4-J.ota! 1. I.. .. of 1 'it' to k6h! ,l.tne/ :" Vetn6r
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on S.-pl. 2. 190), the son of tIle "' .. .... ,
" In Nut. Wllll ine s Blk II In J D.Joo" .' SI-'O.. Jr. 21 U4t
1 i rate Thomas F/ and. .Lula :! 8/U >relief'p.au,.. HOB ADD > ).ci -4 -' Com at 8W Cor ._., ,

',. Water> Forsyth.. A retired far- ,,28551= of Lot 13 I Og97-.Coui.t NW Cor i of SB Si of M EI4, .,
he. hag tf NEW. I ut Ellk 1 In Na' '.t f CallA, Boy St* run N U' lt1) 140'' to I" ,
mer and a Baptist : jff- Wllllama SID I" ,' J.nkln. .' '. I IB.OK run N. 1f.15 rt. W' '.. to 'POB, N A Par to 4 '

lived in Hampton since 1953 (JI1 I 2659 -Lot 6 of nik i iLottie I. m\4. Ft for, PO" a W Barr 300.Id'. VIH .

coming there! from Dundee. 2 Nat Wllllamn H/tr ;!oJa e fl,iIIold. :2': run N .81'F', ,,Win >0f, | w '. 4"
-.. 155.77 Ft. Sly: 71 Ft ) :.M300,14'3 |9 t ,>. *. R. MrKlnneV. Jr. '.08
Surviving are two sons 2672-<'<"m at "SW' Cor .t "t f :41E1 ; '..: 'p',}" a' Pt/ftt/( d ..ra '/t':7': : : ..lod.il3. ,1t4. .'...-- ... &o4i.1a.0f
with the U. A marriage; is made of many things,( ,. .. ,
Franklin Foriyth. or i.wu of sw. :! P .at 'r.. '. .'"' flmI.. "t r
8 Army in Germany*and Al- the cherNhecl triiditions so old in their run E 610 Ft for 1 '....i.ejf ."',' <; 't. I* tIJlrJ) : ...i ;' ; t '1 j. i: ..,. -oM..o. ,.
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brrftlurf<<, fur FOB N 20y' Ft '.... t.", '1"" UG. tI" j' ,. K"1.t''IIJ1'\ :
vin Joe *
Forsyth one I NI( f .
; wisdom .the newness! of young,( faithin K! 50 Ft. S !; 'N'S' .'8C&q ,
Forsyth of Hampton ; apJ: W 511 Ft to POB 21 4 tt Lotflf Rtyfiolda, 11 l .>0268K 'Pr. W '5334' FtI . I ,iOtl'Irngp'of' .1IIl'J..... ut ; I .

three sisters Mrs. Ollie Brooksof the future a faith to be fulfilledin 2877-.'...n at SW Cor .FOB' !'M. ., ..r \\t.aa t *? Ndman 'U.AIr3r.8' 18,0 ," ., .. ""WI .OD''......... ft, 'ft 'i iArthnr 1. .
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of\ NW'4' of .IIW ,," ,.!. yI !' ll.. .'PA41'. .. 89 t at! L. Freaky 85.91
Green Cov Sprlnus Mrs the "
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; happy cooperation of and I ..
planning A run, ": on0 Sec UII'U--o.Cort\:-... 'r' .'I'8dt1N1 .. ... 'J6'.P.1i1": 'fi'f .' ;
Onie Haulersoit;-Brooker. an/ working for tomorrow lln* 760 Ft for PUB. blldry oP"1ar I, ,: .
together. Put those .' el5auf'RMkF10X468
Mrs Alma Biggs. Lawtey I .. 300 K I I, .. M 9adf!, t : r '' ,
N Ft.
thou ,. '' .' ,.. ... ,, .. . .
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plans on firm 'financial ground by budgetIng 100 Ft. 1:1: :100 Ft. W I !u. .."t' .lIua. '..'Ju i iF'Io ,,,(.-, "'71" ""- -
Funeral ser.'irgs ,, were held ...-. .' ., ,
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Lonnoo
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22. 23 Nary ,
1110 Ft to PCtH < : ; :Lo..14.p.218 i j O""n R. Alvarea Jr 34314l
at 2 p. m. Tuesday Hampton- ; carefully! saving regularly shaping asecure 1 r,.. '1'0 ,VI 'iA :. .' ,' 1 ; ,

Cemetery wtth Rev. W. E Hall future -:V Kits' of S y .. Y .... t. a\\'i,1I '6 u. It't_.; jYa4k" ;rIlry1l' "J"MtC6m...at 19W. Coe .. ,,;, ..; .
for
yourselves and fam W of "40 %.. bf HH'l'
your 430,25' of % 644k5. 1'5.4
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Officiating Arrangements were ro10' P'l hc'r.,,, ; t.,. OI.p44' ... .POIto ; r
HW, lOr SW' Ft: 1 .
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ily. ;Jet the ..
savings habit from the ,
In charlie of DeWitt C. Jones start. R/W E,* W 60' K* : $' 1> '.1i15i.'JoI,. n .r 141 4 Pt"|79p'1ot1i'w'

Funeral' Home. Best! time to open a savings account is 28NKAW R: 89.U' BO' of N'23 8 22 falmrr: : 'f William"B.ea", "' Pi dworthy 1(115 8'' b,flan.! .,\ ,' ,I t .' ; 'Iray.w .lint'., o' .

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now 0175: of H 36t1.211'! r. ,I t3t1 ..Wbs W..GIII. I 1 I' ,r ''I. .; H/n}."N1:11' ..U7'I

C..utu Ot' Tit \SK'4 of W V ot 8W''.4 0( "II 0 ...A.AD..Gtt.eJL'b$1, ... '.J ., 1,*4J..S J IIh4c !
'" "', SW' Kx U/\V UeiM'OH '. .lf' .1 ."" ..lt.2', : 12 spi3 >* V'I' ,rbr.n 0113 J,.f '.o1J '11%. lRIW 3t I' 22 Claude W. 'OIJI1m 84

HOME; OWNKD; -HOME OPERATED BK 27 PK 533 22 8 II Cprn,11u1 It.18 h'J.oIJ.. 4. .' tf' /..' *' h 4t: "ftW.:! '.; ''It N'I 3 3eof .
recent sad loss leaves Jr. al 1 I" t ti
My < et '. -= ,";' ut 'N1p. .. .. f

me with grateul.heart toward 2886Com at NW. i 11tiD:. ) i3'W't. ,, ,/q. ,"ul I'"II II.non, ...i ; E. Nl9f WIf '.


neighbor fcnd friends. Their The for of BW L 4 of .33>> '.... + .4 "" L.T. .. \ JIwy. 3.01, Kx
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Community'State BankOF HW'.run.UUFI. ., 1 QQ"Jp tx I5JWt ''HVW'tta d.4u' hI
comforting expressions of fur it I'OU then run .. 19s B .75' of lot | Ed Uuatfr'Melt '.06 U9.d Book..' 17 PO
sympathy and thoughtful:\ 8 100FLE60FI" N 4 534'4 I4.o" 1a : O Ara.' DeaO 'In <>B I I Iill'

will always be remembered. STARKE 6 100 Ft W 5i Ft to S /.. tll' t',Ida If 5" VSMfl 17 .f'Q 80a' Vh ,' W H N"."I; ,

John Kersvy" POD 2326t7 tt 3Jld '1..1.. Manef h,". lI.n I ('08 1''=t IH/W'C.! \ lA"! $ }fti 4 4f4'1D 4i : ." Jr *t at 3050
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:ME.MIJER: F. D. I. C. : -ram' at NW 'or : 4 Bl, :'1' 1384-Ile UUa' N A
i I of SW(4( of 8W 4A I ,11 In'!*..T a'' IX 4J/ 8J' Wtof DIB: Cortf .'

run 8 J6F fora ; n ;'. *. HfffOn 1.7iJ .< NPt run : 40dec
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POR then F 51> min *; IIJII'.
run I 5'' ;
!! ) ; I Boo Ft. S Ft W 8314a.ot I>J of "'IR't/ a 4DVdc. $44 rain W
r''t; ; too f ,IStIiL- T Av e 4 141 3' N
2 II II H N Ft to 40 Dad
Ii' >> :::-4 (LYOUNGGaOLCHEVRQ HE.! POB Ex, R/W 2a. 31.1 i'ei.h'ce*. "' *.t :11,2'' i/n' .u '_ Ietta.K.rmvn' 6,239r II mln 'yf'350. to atKd
e '=! EVi '"f 'Lcta.< l R/W N 41 dec
"" I.... .. :26914om at N W. Cor f 4 .
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; of 8WU of SW ", A oj' :. .J., of JBlk.li.lo .It 49 mln r941: 30 lof
; : run a 210 Ft H 100 "r'A Vcos /D3337 ..e Celemna 4 li > >. 83

I a p74*$ ::1'l Ft for a ION, run ". -Lot 3 AW 631pf ". .
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ijat u 85t-8E14 ot NB >i or I
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p1x'1, I *:.a Par Deal In
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LlnD'le 'a$8\
: to PUB 22 5 23 Ty.os et al I 14 or
:. :w.\ 1 I ,. bill n .rr Colerain. 20 OHAaaur OR ilK -3-21. .13 5 22 10 Victoria. :Mc*>ihlon 510
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2700--Com at NW Cor .
64 4 1NW! % .i>r NW'4!
of KW4! of 8W >4 : aLn.A'E II' .bl 8t SF4 Er.:. Par,

'". & run H 310 Ft K 't 3.of Blk IS' /In-L T Sold A Ex Lot dew

./ -..... I 359 Ft for a POB ." '.?1.- .A COS' 11/0"" Tyeon i 2.574114F. OR Bk 20. PO 54S:
thin run N 100 Ft r Lot 4.EJC A K, '
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: \ K 110 Ft .8 100 Ft. :I'''.'' I .
1 or Blk !IS .A r' U' ., .Par Disc J1)K
W I ire Ft to POB 22 1 U W rla 1'111'' :'&. 1.61 !Ft or LoiS :L" 'I. tt pn 211 T 32 8 23 4 victoria McFathlon 1031

,,or Bik ,7PIa :C''I T '. P. .5' Y MI-WE1" of NWK .
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j. :; 2704-Com at NW Cor 1" .. ? I I
COS/ Mack Colrman, Jr eat 84.38 of "FIi Ex Par
of SWtt of HW'I ; S/.l.1 l "adld" K:* R/W.J' Rx'lVa3ll :,
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lr;FF t A run F: aio Ft, fl : 13 : 3!37'!'l_' iL t* 3. 4 .ofif : OIl, UK .
110 Ft for
I y FOB. Blk .1I"'Qj h't; 32 sa 4 .Berth Grit e It. 915>>
run W SO Ft, S 100 (,:SOU SID Lilly 4. LOnn111j1tI
irBlk7" 4378-A-Tl lj>l In NW
rJr .' Ft R '50' Ft N. 100 .' r' : j ... C. 9' 1 ( .J Je<'kai>n Ulcka 5.49 .C\JIIf'Ot\ Let Seat Ilk ;

tu HUB 22 1 82 H. U Hartley' j 7, 1.7f. LOa. 2' 3'of r 3 bring' 75' N A Nby25'
270U-Com at NE Cor '" In 'L. T?. A / E A .W In .J
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Mae Jenkins 321af .
Fr
of "HW'4' ot AWU r.OS .' ,ne' M Johns 8/D
run W 17' for Poll 83/ -Lot (3 o< < Bill Tommy J.

'a'' airs1: wry 60' N 'I '1';a :w81Dtn'11'T"A. S'o H ) '. :...t.. 438t-k.\y 900' AfOf. NW Herdtnbrook 31 "9it
210.28, K '0' to ''I I f ,, l.. 2',...... St, : "P '4 oKx / )1ft.

POH 23 t tt : Wilbur Royal: I' 00 3392: -NM of Blk 41i R/W A Ex':, Par

2718 -I 1 Lot In HE: IB t:* T C'Ot1': /. FrNicef.Jenklne 00 ''f ,In NW Cur 'ISO flq 33 8 H L. Hartley. ,' J! 11.$
Cor ef EH of NF. ", t. ; J401-Lot,, ) .of BIll 41 44>,.S-Com 'at NE Oar
//w of 8WV' being' IOU' .- .... tn.r.; a COd fJln hhn H. Kirk l""l< :of WVi ,of NEW. .* ..
N A 8 by 50 K A ? 3"' 2-Lor I of B1H,4i 7, It >. run. W 15 FI H 74* .e*

21WI9 23 8 22 Mid Slate Homes .Inf.. '..51r. In, > T r* tcp.! f r 1 '..''Tt fors POB then .-
tv A of NH B/D alile; Wlli .m.. 3127 W 107>4 Ff H 23 Ft

/ xCh.vron'galolines of SI:% of SWH\ of B 307 4 Ft N to

HW'4 Ex, 240 A 9491-Lori. 4: 5, of Bile .. I .. POB 33 I 22 I James W Patray. Jr 4J 41
Dane OR 34-264 2a..2 1 H,mer A Louie. 1118 L T A COS 444.-.Com at NW Corof
Graham ..11''I '.iUD"'" d I. A. EJ: I Jnnn.y. Jr. 4487 I NB"4 ''ef N"W4!

2730-_ 3A or 8,J of i II 1484-7Wl4iofiLot i 1 tItrt' ''run E. I40 i* 285'o
E'4' of HWVt of ". ". TO 'A S tO' 'ofWV4 8. ...lde'.of Canal for /
SW'xl 22 t j2 a c. A. Crum ,_ 413f" of Lot 9'Blk's1.J.T&4O11 I ''POB con H I U',

Young-Ho spirit In carl 27J--Cam at NB Cor .I :: l ABI, F l1'. Sooply 1481 .W 3811' to Canal '
put your of 8i( of HWH\ Oot ,::1'* =tMt' if 'Or'tI klADA.4.l.r.a 'Kly' Along Canal
Each tankful is blended...boolted... balanced...waiting STANDARD ;NK'4: of 8Wi run ? I coi. / ;. .J. ..a 8 II' to POD 33 8 2J J Leon M :McQiirra. 144447D.e
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for to go..Chevronl! At the Standard Oil Sign. ,v' 641', a 7J4for i .t. ,3. .,. : : : : .. : cKtnney., Jr 2431 at NB! (orof.
you 01 L NWH\ of NWHA
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POD, cent 8 73" W 8"M.L* '11 .{ fllkA '
1795', N 7375', B ''n 1.. ""t'. C08 .,. run a Bla.S"' W
er ffXllinanx. CHEVRON and CHtVUON oniON- 17J5* to POB 23. U' Beatrice. Coleman IT.13 .u>P' .f"Bill "kVonde. .' .3115IlesWV. 3lr5 N 3..5.. >' K

2141-W' 13A of NIL of Lou. t. < 6614o'IIOB. at. U 24, Jacqueline. A. :Mvorer 33 74

K. G. DUNCAN Agent of :MW'/ J7. 12 13 J..., r. Keller Act. .,H." I of Mt/l/ -Lot 6 of Blk 3 n&wby406 .
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In Bradford H.l.. .Ft' N.; A B IB.. L' T ; 41 .
801 N. Thompson Street, Starke, Fla. Sin 2s a lir J .- A.-E .II1""., Jr I1.11 *' O0! ADO .11' e. ''aruel !" .iU.a M .a 73.4i f 'k1l N /l. CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA

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ldtinl; .dL fii l.. BRADFORD COUNTY TCT-FORAPfl.. STAttlTT! FtOnn THURSDAY., 1\L\Y.t. 19"'::
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----r-- oJ MV VYVVtYVVVVYtYVteeMAXVILLE burn. The door prize was won Mrs. Joan Fraser' and Mrs. Ranch. hy the, seventh nn''IlChth\ Roger Waters, son of Mrs.: Mra. Bill Jeff era. find Clnmlo Green were in
by Mrs. Nell Cannon.IXcfrewhinonts Betty Kli'hiirclson, all of Jack Events will Include bareback Unifiers: of Baldwin! Junior Dorothy Waters, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Biifonl, Higglnbothnm Ocortla last Wednesday on a
\ of cake and sonville. brono riding, calf roping, I HiKh.,, weekend In Jacksonville with and jtrnndson/ business t trip & !
punch were nerved after the 1'OTI'\ (.t bull riding! bull dogging, girl's I'KKSO.VAI.S: Mr. and Mrs Roy Waters und< Wayne English, visited Sun- Billy OodtvAn( son of Mrs t
II, ..M.... A. C. Slad honoree opened her many The time for the -\Iaxvllle Cloverleaf and do- I 1, Iliuln' and Pnmpla Durnince fiimlly. day afternoon at Clay Hill Violet Godwin, was home several -
Phone 289-4491 lovely and UHeful gilts. The Clinic has boon changed to corating. fir Sliirlu' were Frlduy, visitors Friends of Mrs. S. I P. Waller, with Mr. and,\ Mrs. Jesse Manning days last week from Fort
refreshment table was cover the first Tuesday of every the rodeo will be Curley Dekle.( Iof| SI I'M. Howard Om'I'n nc'e and wife of a former Maxvlllo and Mr, and!' Sirs. Louie Gordon Ga. where he is sta- ,
aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI ed, with a white linen cloth. A month from 1 to 3 p.m. Anyone wishing to participate II Hun :and, Slrw.. Gilbert Green.STr. Baptist Church pastor, will be Carter. tlone ** IHaroU
BrltiiU Shower bouquet of assorted pink baby IIt'I1f'lIt Itodeo In any of the events may rail sad( Mrs. John North sorry to hear she Is confined<1 Mr. and Mt's.I Lyle Schme'land }ffpprli, Mon of Mr.
Mtss Peggy Lucas: ''brld.-I I I roses 'Were- in the center,, of' A rodeo In benefit of the Sonny Griffin at the Diamond< Virginia: and Claude North : to her Jacksonville homo. The daughters of Jacksonville, and Mrs.. > fpn Harris, entered, }
elect,"waa honored with a the table.. Vuscs of roses Wore< Florida Sheriffs Boys Home D Ranch. Ph. 289-4601. and, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cover- community' wishes her a visited Sunday.In Lake Butler Hope Hayen.). %IoHpilal Tuesdayof
10vel)'. night, May 14 at her fu' living room. May 20. 21. 22. Friday and, The Baldwin High! School( I < night supper guests InI'k..onville Mrs. W. M. Slado and John supper guests,>here<< of Sir. and Thursday.;, !
ture. home. Hostesses were Among I the forty guests Sntiird.iy at 8 p.m., Sunday Junior-Senior Prom was held ./, { of Mr. and, Mrs. Ward of Hampton were Sun- Mrs. Buford Hgginbotham.! ., .. '
Mias Sharon Griffin and Mrs. t>re c-nt from out of town i afternoon at 2 p.m.. sponsored Friday night May 13 at the I Roger North and family to day dinner guests of Mr. and Lyle Schme.ll/ Jacksonville .itPlastlo'fJokbboL 1
Avory Slade. were Mrs. Ann Durrance of by tint Diamond D Range Garden< Club in Jacksonville r-elnhr.it" Jeffery North's Mrs Avory Slade and family. and Buford Igglnbotham enJoyed I I $2.50 at the *
Games were played l and, Stnrke, Mrs. Hazel Tyson of, Riders Club 4'b; miles went Music was furnished by The thh'lhh.th\ prizes awarded to Mrs Elsie I Macclcnny, Mrs. Dcssle Mae of Cecil Field, out NormandyBlvd. Yo-Yo's. were Mrs. Maxine Davis and I visited Sunday afternoon in at Grar. tin
CB'D-non.and' Mrs Toss Ray- IllKdan, Mrs. Oncy Fraser at the Diamond D. Refreshments were nerved i hlldren. Doctor's Inlet) with Mr. and Mr. and J/Irs./ Joseph Lucas l

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First Baptist= Sunday Korlhslde, Filet Church and spent Monday ct) last week at Mi and Mrs II. 1., Cotton ; and Mrs' O J. Anders i In scho4l for thie ..w1I11 h5. I I Mrs. Marian Marr.i md son
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School' 10 a. m Worship 11 a. Calvary Baptist C'.iurch' of '' Six Ohm Teirltory. They we e of Iliwtliorno were visiting and Mr and Mis O. W. I BI.- '1 Mr. and Mrs. M L. Turner pent I Rtinday with their sis
m. and 8 p. m., Training Un otarke. I'I accompanied by their leath Mr ind TMrs. P. L. Dinklna liel I Anders and son a'e spend- and Mils. Carol Turner were I.ers.frs.! Hester Hicks and
U, Enia Blanchard!' ion 7 p. m. Midweek services The students of Mrs. Ham- I el"8fr8.. Culmer and Mr I Sunday. Mr. Dlnklns went I I Inn a few days with Mr. An- I vlsitinb!. Mr and Mrs. Howard Mrs. O. J, Anders ami:!, Mr
'. 8 p. m Wednesday.The ilton's and Miss Faulkner's Peavy. and room masher: : *. with them tn nttonl: the funcrnl I der's brother-in-law and Mstrr. CushliiR and family In Tal- Ande.s.
&"A"44444"4 1 444 u. Church observed its annual I classes enjoyed a trip to Ma- I Mrs. H. K. Priest and l Mrs J I of ,\ cousin. ChiU Walker, :Mr. and Mrs. Sttl'klan) (i aha' 'lee. Mrs. Turner all i Mn. Alice Langford of
CHUftCII ACTIVITIES Homecoming on Sunday I rmeland on Wednesday, May ,' C. Tye. in ITIMlaid. In Tampa Ml-s Turner, attenjed the CJ Lake Butler was visiting her
Grace Methodist Sunday:! with a good number piesent.Re 12. In addition to their teachers Friends of D.ma'd Ray and ::1-11'11: i Edwin Nolan end I| Ml.-s Arthurtn' B1 nch'li"trf Coronation spvi-.s( nl I hrcth1! and sister-in-law.
School 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 J. E. Norman brought themeasaie they were accompanied by I Gene Orlffls w.re' sony\ to t daughter! Jacksonville are! : Jacksonville spent; the Fellowship Baptist Church.( Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright -
a. ml);. and 8 p. m., Prayer Circle : and a bountiful din- the following\ adults: Mrs. I learn of the death of then -sprndiiiK Ihli. week with her 1 weeken t with MI.i En/n t The Turners also vl'lted .r. from Friday to Mon-
Monday 9 a. m. MYF Wednesday ner was served In the educational I .nn' Rna'4r M' '. "o' '''iv Roster ;( mother last WI ek. parent Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. 1 Blane"! ard. They visited Mrs. L. Turner un family at day when her daughter-in-
8 p. m. building In the after- Mi's. B. L. Wllklson. Mrs Mr. and :lie J L. f'patti of 'v. Dw-k, D. B. Lynn and sister Miss! Waulculla during the! weekend law. Mrs. John Langford
On.' Tuesday even ng of last noon there was a song service.A L-.1:, 111 ewer! Airs. Arthur Oas- I Savannah" 0<\. are spendliiK; a :M''. and Mrs 11. C. Ilarlev.Jr. i Cora Lyon. in Melrose: on cam. and he returned with
week; :si fellowship dinner was special feature was a'quar kim, Mrs. Katherine Dyal I few days wi'" h"r bl'o hp.r-tn- :Mrs A. H. Hailev Sr, Mr. I j Satllr<1ay. Visiting. Mr and His Bill! her: :MIS J. B. Wainwright
enjoye\t!\ by > members of the tet from a Church ot Clod in Mrs. Ralph Wisp. Mrs. E. J. law and sister Mr. and Mrs and Mrs: A. Q Smith, and: !' JAm?s Norman /s'lt-nl liK CJoolshv and i'illdren: .:.er t the of Sin I ike was a Monday caller. -
Churrh.. Following this every Jacksonville. Other churches Cauley, and Mr. H. H. Hami \ A D. Do5 ha. Mr. fin.-! Mrs. Randy Harley were visiting leave with his paicnts.. Re weekend were his hro'h 'I' .
r.: represented:; were Highland lton. Biirney Dnbfcs) ) of Jacksonville Cl>:(' Starling and frv.nilv: and: and AJrs: j J E: Norman lie Ray Ooolsby. and family olo
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  • I ilhiH,, 'I 1 It\ J'I.I'r.i nl( S.'HI : ('in lap nl Inc, fin husband! ( was stationed t.ierlff'a; department IIIWAY CHAPEL Sunday School, 10 a. m BUATDRA1N BAPTIST PINE: : LEVEL'; BAI'TIST I:

    dorsii'iWlnlc Nallllal1\ fell, oil( .is N.' in Mordnmy for five yearn Sincerely, Weldon St. and Raiford Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 u. m

    !" tlirriv I miMitlonrd drove n\\\nv One of .viiur fin-, I us Trooper\ ( Vince Sniollwood LaVlcce M, Smallwood Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.

    In 1.11'i iimn \\.illliv: 1111 me I honest rilly.-us. Mr. W J Now lit ir Sut. Smullwood, Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship. 730.: Pray Training Union 7:00: p. :'n. Morning Worship U a m. Ii

    Hint 11\ ,.:.imlfathrr; used:: t.) Dodd. Sr. immediately found I dlstilct supervisor for the Services Held Evening Service, 7:30 p, m. er Meeting, Wednesday, 730.: Evening Worship 8:00.: Prayer Pre-Kervlces I Booster Band, Ii

    11,11'1'1', ( t .\' year: and! buy j ji I It, and ijok It to the irult I Ocala Florida, Highway; Patrol Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30: RA, GA, and Sunbeams! every Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. : Young People, and Prayer I

    E ''ii", 1 .11\ 1) i ui's! from Starke stand W1CMI'\ \ I,'. C. Clark Station We especially For Mrs. Kersey p.m. Young People's Meeting, other Thursday afternoon. mRev.. R. E. Bei'tfstrom. Service I I. 8 p. m. Evening G'''

    Oi 9t'f, in 1\01:0': 14 1IUf iiu' 11- i nut t 11he; l i mi' d I my rein 1 ,'m'-i'i.'d' oui joinc s.itlon : me ;j'i'ateful to know there In Jones Saturday, 7:30: pm.Leroy Rev. James Temple, pastor. ixutor. Worship 7 p. m. Midweek': i
    _. ', 'i hoi lKe! t'.i: > call Chapel Service Wednesday .::30 ij'
    lamll' ci i Ir .' na .1 i ii 111 They imncdmt"y: in1" poodle: like. these fln3iit Llghtsey, pastor. p.mRev.

    waii' O.IKIanntiii1 "- 'flint. ., !II<> '1111 mil 'i, :\ A\ In1 h )nie\\litt. I'' 0'.1, '1.1:. in.. i 'uitmiMt. rus ol Starke. who we Jennie Bork Kersey, 71, of I NEW CONGREGATIONAL DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooker] BEULAII BAPTIST ; D. L. Ramsey pas
    i imii' ni- oJ] 'in .1 nl' in\ ': .1 i 1'1! n h '. and upon' iiiilvln\ : .it my .'oiisidei the backbone of our tor.: ,,
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    % > Starke, died Thtirsdnv:! mo "
    has i n1) -.1,1 l 'M 1 Indm! !!' '''ItI1l''s, 1I.b :.ill d3\ MKTHOOIST: REVIVAL
    m at r .111 >n 'Lin 1 ) \ in'i' I
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    lon lOP Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
    'I Inc In a P.ilatkA hospital! 1 a Morning Worship 11 9. m. CALVARY BAPTIST
    I 1 i"il 1 I" I i '1 \u m' .x'kotlxioki.iI Revival services will be held
    C' (tl F ill St met 11StnK" p :M.i"1' many thanks for the
    tin & a brief Illness. She was a Training: Union, 7 p. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
    ''ni -i ,me I P li 'in, T T t'n. i 11.1. t Ih', '. IOil' :11 .I 1 '" ''I I'I'\ ''hl.1.IPI I Inns deed Starke ran feel tile of Chicago: and had\: rtel'l at tne New Congregational I I Ing Service, 8 p m. Even-I Evening Worship. 7:3-: ( :M1-! Sunday School 10 a. m.
    Methodist Church, May 1 Morning Worship, 11 1m..
    """" ,.-,." ,,...-=., "1'1. .._ '''''''.'7.:1.: '.'''.''.'''' .,''IT.-! :' '''' I In Starke for the past Lacy Conway pastor. week Flavor Service, Wctln! "-- j I
    through May 8. Rev. F. A. I Training' Union 6:30: p. m.
    years. of Savannah Ga. I CHURCH OF GOD I day. 7:30: :p. m.-' Rev R. L. .
    I Stephens j i E.cnlng: Service, 7:30.: Prayer
    Snrvlvlnu are! hpr husband- Taggart tor. j
    o' will bring the message each 422 N. :'St. Clair St., Starke. pa i, Meeting,' Wcdnep! 'IIY, 7:30: p

    The Shell GameThe John brother} ., Kersey John of Bork Stjike of :Elmwood one- night at 7:30.HEILBRONN: / Sunday School 10 a. m SORTIISIDE'TIS'r. '!i i i, m.Rev.. R. }I. Butler, pastor.

    Park, III. and 8Ut"r.MP Worship Services. 11 a. m. and .. i
    ; II BAPTIST Located on (a>i .a Ht'r'- AIRPARK;" BAPTIST
    .. Marnaret Shultz of Park Sunday School 10 a, m. 7:30: p m. YPE. Wednesday, way (SR 223lat Ralford Raid

    year was 1966 and James E, Joanos had piled up an RHsre.! 111.Funeoral. Morning Worship 11 a. In. 7:30: p. m Prayer Meeting! I SR 161. Services: Sunday l Sunday School, I 9:45}: d, m.

    Impressive vote in the first primary for the 25th Senatorial services ."'.rc helot ]-* raining Union, 6:30: p. m. Friday" 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L S Snhool, 10 a. m. Sunday I I Morning Worship 11 a. m.

    District race. 2 p m. Saturday I., Jones Evening Service 7:30, MId- Williams, pastor.PENTACOSTAL. Morning! Worship 11 a. m II Evening Service, 7:30: p. m.

    Many people who voted for James E. Joanos were particularly Memorial: Chapel -vlth Rev week Prayer Service, 7:30: p. HOLINESS Training Union. 6:30: () p m. Prayer Meeting, WedncewJay.

    impressed with his forthright pledge/ "to do all in Merle Paokham./ pHstnr of I m. WenesdayTl'oy:: Johnson Sunday School, 10 ". m. Evening Service 7:30. Mid 7:30: p. m. Training Union,
    Hope Baptist Church, officiating I week Prayer Service Wednes- j Friday, 7:30: p. m. -Rev E. LQ .
    his power to see to it that the 21& county district is subdividedso pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
    ) day. 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn La"-- i'iff is. pastor.
    that each section will again have its own senator. Intcrmrnk was In Kevstone Evangelistic Service. 7 p. m. ,

    James E.: Joanos, leading contender for the 25th;) Senatorial -- '+ H lhl" Cemetery under dtt'ectlnn S1IVRN.IIISSIOSAR\' I Midweek Service, Tuesday

    District said "The people of North Florida have been victi of PeWIU C. Jon-s Funeral BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p. m. -Jack Mcsuita, GLASS That's Our Business!

    mized by the 'Shell Game'." As children we played guessing( Home. K33: W, Pratt St. Sunday I I I pap tor.I .

    which pecan !shell the pea was under. Only, the one who services: Sunday School, 10 a/ FIRST: PRESBYTERIAN "If Jt'. Glass -- We Have It"

    arranged( the pecan shells, usually saw to it that the pea l got( r Person Ov*...- aK: m Preaching 11 a. m. Draining Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. CALL WRITE VISIT

    lost. This! i is called "the Shell Game". By this same token, Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m. or
    under this "fair reapportionment" plan YOUR senator has Must Apply Now Worship( 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Fellowship, 8 p. m. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

    been lost. "' For MedicarePersons welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Choir Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : We Design: Modern Store Fronts

    The U. S. Supreme Court refers to it as "Eg citable 1 1representation" pastor. m. '
    f Just Mail Us A Pattern For
    with ,. grandparents
    The newspapers have named it "One man ;parents KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

    one vote". But YOU TilE PEOPLE of this 21 county: district! have been dragged into an old-fashioned or other relatives over LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:45: a. m Tops
    of Him flam. the age of 65 are urged to Sunday School, 9:45: a m. Morning ,
    game political make a final cherk on the I Worship 11 a. m. SHEA'i:
    North-; Florida residents HAD fourteen senators, but in this reapportionment you now have only medicare status of these In- Evening Morning Worship Worship., 7:30: 11 p.n, m m. Training Union 6:15: p m GLASS CO.

    four Evening< Worship. 7:30. Midweek -
    senators. :
    dividuals. TTWT /
    Prayer Meeting, IJ ( ,NCO)
    The stakes are extremely high in this "Shell l Game". Consider carefully. Weigh and evaluatethe 7:30 Prayer Service Wednes Is |
    According to John W SpannJr. : p. m.-Rev. wednesday// dr.
    main issue in this campaign. Which of these candidates by training, ability and know how can best ... -social(, KccurUy district I dee, pastor. : : :'. 1313 N.W.4th I'l. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4.333: :

    serve us in the 25th District to get this twenty four county: "monster! district"' divided during the next manager In Oalnesvlllc. some p. m. -Rev. Jim Rigdon, sup .

    two years? older people in the area have 2

    James E. Joanos lias the training, ability desire and know how to help us. net' yet, applied'! for coverage(
    under ,the new hospital ark
    VOTE FOR AND An investment in Your Future :C _
    medical ln ''irancp! iroerams. : ..
    James E. Joanos The May 31 deadline Is ap-

    ELECT. proaching.Spanri : r I 1'1 fi1l. .:a) Ei ?} i:! I.L 7'.''''
    .
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    Mlfltt: 1- '
    pointed out that Individuals l [ [ illl l [
    SENATOU 25ih DISTRICTPd. 85 and older may be \ 1 \. .! LL Li l! h\: L tP.I".II'.I''I.II'.I''i

    Pol. Adv. by Citizens To Elect Joanol covered under medicare even f 'a.t itutmn k,kn .* m tut M M*
    If they are not eligible for

    monthly social security bene

    fits.. He ''added, however, that

    .:-- -- ----:::- -=-==: ---:=- = the coverage h not automatic

    -- and -requires the filing of a

    AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY "Imple deadline.. application; bc'ore the I READY FOR Neev CARGO I IVA '


    Spann also! cautionedvounger : ,
    rl''I'.I'.I'.I'.I'. '''' ".I; .I''I-.I'.I" '

    __. _.__ __ ___ ._ ___0 _.. u. I family members to I \ '. "Ih: vt '.
    -=========-_ -=-0-: =.::.';:'-. =___. :: =- : =, :: .. =- ;== =--_ make certain that social see-I I "' ., ,,, t'' .,
    have ., ." '
    urity beneficiaries \
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    urne-l the mertlrnl! '"""\n"' I ; i4 i4I .
    ,
    Air Conditioning( -lleatint( Hcmtv! : Aciidrmv LADIES WEAR;: Office Equipment ,
    enrollment card mailed to
    \ '
    This ship has been emptied of its cargo, and
    everyone over 85 on /the social
    RUSS PIKER POWELL'SBeauty ry
    Cherry s Hancock Officelieatln security and railroad. 'retire now stands ready to take on fuel and! more 1
    Authorized AiI.te.mp \
    ment' t rolls.
    Academy
    ; & Air Conditioning Galnosvlllo's Most FiushlonabliAddress ( "Failure cargo for further service. If this ship were to .' ,.
    to file an a p plica-
    T,cnrn a rrnfcs" <,ma In Y""I" fur !Mldll'EQUIPIENT./ :\ "!
    SHEET METAL Spare Time. Full or [Part Tune 'Ion on time or to return the' remain empty, It would be'of no value and I
    Re s l<->;flTS-.COATS Smith-Corona-AUtnotJaed I nrollment card may be cost-
    D\Y' R V\IMN::'\ CI.ASSKS' : Dealt" ''V," he noted. would be failing in the one thing that it was
    \1I.UMTY WEiR: Clary-Vlrior-ToUlla
    ..alL''n..t..llatlnrnh'e '
    Low Tuition Terms 'All ''social security offices built tat "- -
    2702 N.E. 19th Dr.Gainesville 219 N.W. 10th Ave ACCCS.SOKIES: ; !; Adding Machines, Calculatoi will) be open extra hours S
    SALES
    I 372-0714 <.11. I lIe"7.. .. "-(" !SAVE TI\IF.--dlsl'lu.-SERVICERCtTAL: yon n I ''hrouth: May for the conven- Man was created to be t companion to God, a {
    \V Hnlvl'l'IIJ.llnl'.vllle. ,
    'ence of the The Galnrsvllle
    public. -
    qulrrmrnt with 01 flnt. and when he doe not join in worship with } '11 d1 1'Codhetefailingfnthereasonforhiscreatton
    office Is until 8:45
    open :
    t JIIAIN HAWS 528 N. Main
    AUTO SALES&SERVICI.JEEF: St.. OalnesvUi '
    'IJ'II( I.: 11.\11. Phone 37A-R55I each Monday night, located! at 4 R t

    409 S. W Second, Avenue,
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    S A. & J. S MUSTANG Telephone number Is 376-2575. Make your life mean something for God... jt
    Caw "AL\T & GLASS t
    Yly of t Wheel Drift & Mower -* ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY + l

    Joe Anrt< .. <>II, Mprr.Homclite Mobile Homes, Inc. "- 4: ,, I.
    - s RAMttLERFinest Llddell Paint & 1
    (
    ;:: Chain Saws' N<-w :Moon P.ireinnkcr ( CHURCH 1
    '
    Amerl4mb Economy Ca Glass Co.KVANIZE I +
    1. r'I
    SALES & SKKVIOKilppnlrs : : (
    Skyline Ilivlcra
    .e Sale ana Service
    ( ft. Parts All Makes PAINTS NEWS .
    <:"1"11.1" Ciivaiicrr a a
    Hid Motor Co intvily( l 'I r".r Salver Glass Mirrors Blldln Door.
    I
    way & Service\ 'd.vn riiyiiiiMt: .. as low IIH $JIOOISi'O / 'rub Enrlniurra Sbow

    llJ2o., Main' 1 1122( N.R nivrl. nnncsvillc I DooriVuieforw* Awning BAYLESS IHWAV j .
    1
    N VV. iiih:! St 111 North
    Phone 372-t.riS: \ > :"arprt: Wallpmper Stor BAPTIST CnURCnSW1I'ay tiQ194f1
    Gainesville 372-8133 f!.unisvilU't7Hl.: \.'!Hfl< runt ('(," lJltatlo...
    Just Off Waldo ItoadB < t
    School, 10 a; m
    A* (lash k W r ni+ii< e-v h *.. f
    & G Motors Co. ONCIMTK, ( PHOIWCTRlul..n'. > cles-Sc: "" ters 116 NW. Sixteenth At.DAIHLACrLU511ORILI !Morning Worship. U a. m.l I MfM tar gaNa.IM ImnMn Union 6:30 m. .
    :
    OAINESVnu J : 372-Hltl Training p a HM.*. Hi ttmmt hIM a. r mrr.d

    : Streit's Bicycle' Shoj .Evening Worship 7::30, Prayer J Im *I"**' I* "''I"". W I***
    SALES "". SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR PKT: SKRVICK('.: Meeting. Wednesday, 7:30.: :|f fI Mi tmttli* kita bn < Ml MIkt

    .r11..e Selection of Used Car ruO'IU: ; ; ; : "ROnIVT( IIONIA f Mrt'i'ORYCi.ESAiker : ( ) : Rev B. T. Peavy pastor. I, .Iris w MckI sa, A 11S as Mqr.wa
    ARE THE BEST: """ Cu"hm..n &: 't.:>IOo& Scuutrn" ad 5.4wd.as v0.5 w hill r adra
    Trade .I"H
    On Cadillac
    IRENE'S FIRST. BAPTIST R Ir.dMp ,rrha. ts.wkr, ...
    llurnll :
    Edwards Building I-Its-zaiianp
    STARKE a..a 1.400 rl.r II.l.a diwN wr.rs
    _&001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 411fllO.NK .Ioton yrlcsSales: & S rvUiKtMIVINN Poodle Salon
    iT7Pinna Supply Inc. Sunday May 22Sunday oathiwa. Mli. d ea..Ih'/ y
    BTCYCtJMcksnvth : POODI.K. .: nnon1'oQU8 ( ; School. 9:43: a. m. Morning al wt hall,. Mr.4 11.1,
    -.. & S.f* Wctrk
    S. Main I -372-: <84 : : \ SPFCI\LTY Worship sermon "Ll.lna r+wr 1'111 d..4 gMN d N1a4'r I.M I.
    Performance IUK \\. I nuiTsilr.. OnmniliiK: and Supplies For One Day at A Time" 11 a. m O.. 5..w N tiS.. n. hwll .Md

    (IATNF.SVIU'E: PTA 4a1nrwln. rts.77C1 All BreedsEI,1a"Ilfl Tralnlns! : Union. 8.15; p. m r.ir tq Lab .d dwW.r;4M a.rh ..th drlwt
    SAAB I 2
    Toy Stud ServicePuppies Evening WorshIp Spring rN M Iw aw M M e duct .1
    'sit) 1'OUl'Y'I.iS/ C.N en Ad. Sat
    .: ':( 'Concert -the Churcii
    Fer Sale
    .d SXI.KS ANO SKUNK'HCLEAN : ':
    TIM: Youth Choir and Junior 1
    USED CARS fiJO S, !M.iin I Choirs participating 7:30: p.
    :: CYCLE SHOP OnlnrQ\m... :172-nonn i
    Motor Repair C o. m.

    _M31 S. Main Gaincavilli' Of l1;rlnPY\ III", I IIP. NORTON):l r.t'I/TAOO tit/iN5;: ;,\(onday, May 23Youth These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
    .
    Phone 378-2136 DUC'ATI niMDRKdTONR: : Choir practice, 7 p. nt ,
    :!" Repairing; Rewinding Wednesday May J-PI'ay-!
    New and Uaoil :M 0 1 .) 1C (' Y C I. K: !S' WILLIAMSNeon er Meeting, 7 p. m. Church 1 Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CO.OF .

    :Tropical' Pontiac, \\OKK( (MSANTDFI: ) Citin'|1.1 ti'f, ",i Hpr\ "li-e &: litrt* Signs, Inc. Choir Thursday.practice May, 8 p.28 m.-Visitation Exchange 'YOUR HEALTH IS OUR STARKE

    ::.;.. Inc. lO.'JO:\ S. Main: G'unesvillcN''w & T'm'tl, mirlilncs In stock "Slfii): l'p With Wllllium. 10 a, m. and 7 ,p. m. FN'd-prtlllr.rr n1 le MAIN CONCERN":,< 6.10: N. Temple Avenue
    K.isy: Kininiflnff!: Terms:
    Phone :72-8'n Poultry Rqulptnent "Free Delivery Phone 961-1101 Ph. 961-7721
    r Available PLASTIC-NEON
    SIGNS
    TRUCK GMC C'KN'i'EHPONTIAO : UNIC'O '
    FIRST ;METHODIST TIRES! -BATTKRIES:
    Sales I
    e Service Maintenance ,
    .FARM/ :\ I(1I':( ( 11111N'I'ErectionAlterations:: ; STARKE Petroleum Product
    220 N-, W,, 8th Ave. OauieavllltS (lhlrsville,,I :t7 no" ,".6111) Sunday, May 22- Church' SLADE GAS Lawson
    "Your "
    ... '1'2-2'\111' Designs or O.r. Morning Meat Market
    School. 9:45: a. m. !! Bradford Abstract Co.
    ;-, Santa Fe Tractor, MOVKRSOAIM ( 2720 N.E. 20th Way Worship. 11 a. m. Snack Sup- and
    Appliance Center AND COLD STORAGE;
    : CRANE I Inc. Galnesvllla/ per far MYF, 6 p. m, Evening 15S W. CALL STREET
    ,_ LongPI..tllnc'} Moving nova. H72-finnfl Worship 7:30.
    Nltes 37A: 51104R : Ph. Me "
    "is''hiliYP
    in
    964.6SS1Starke Fla. | < Custom "HlaiightrrInif. -
    eOL.ltnTnV:\ ; l.ornl meetings ,
    \
    DriynRi MlndayGIrl Scout
    r" 0 it n ; Cutting. tk: \\'ruiplngFor -
    '"Authorl/eil, Sales & Srrvire :sienlge: I'm'MMK 1 Cratinu TII.KS: & PAINT In Fellowship Ha'l: DeWITT C. JONES |

    ZUe E University Gainesville Farm Trnrtor* A Implement Troop 605, 3:15: p. m. Troop Edwards Grocery & FUNERAL HOMES: Prepared Peep Freeze
    Phone 372-4251 Ford Industrial :M.irhlncryLANDROVKR ( !ShippingKRKK / I'LIXTKOTE TILE 608. 4:30.: Troop 607. *:_30.
    \ill.\l \ Mkt I'HO.NK: 90 f-42A1
    I A bv .
    Crane's : : ; n)1 liw Pack
    ., Imports '4 1 \Vheel Drlvr KSTIMATK3: CALL Floor Finishing I Products 'I'ut'sdayCub Scout Starke Ph. 96 j-2 OOGrocerleleabFeeds

    .1 Volvo/ (Mercedes-Benz) SALES, PARTS SERVICE I HILL'S MOVING lwii.ILITF.IINT: t 70 meeting In FellowshipHall. :
    7:30 Keystone!' Height! _
    r FIAT-HILLMAN : p. m.
    I 4- 88 N W. Sixth Gainesville'' & I Inc. ""\\1: FINISH j Wednesday! Primary am? Gas & Oil Ph. 173-3176 j: : I';(Prr .

    SO1> N. Main Gainesville! Storage, Tenney Tile & Paint Junior Choir practice, 3:18.: Ph. 9fj 1-2182 Starke. Fla.Loudon's \\ ltHj'v!

    Phone 372-4373 I Phone :J78-2.ri-IS I 3.111: :N.r.: 11'oido. IM. 2222 N.W. 6th St. I Youth Choir practice: 4:30: OF STARKE, INC.

    : >UN: : : SIM'IM.IKS I Galnl''s'llle2.427t: ; Gainesville 378.1302 Prayer :Meeting, 7 p. m. Merle Norman Hurst Shell ServiceCARL
    Thursday Chancel Choir U.< 301 NORTH
    SALVAGE I AH'SIC' TRAVEL HURST
    4UTO rehearsal: 7:30: p. m Cosmetic Studio
    Beauty Shop hwy.01 & 100 Ph. 9616111LACY Ph. 969-3801:
    I
    Starke Fla.
    Johnson & Faris Inc. ,
    = 117 S. Thompson. Ph. 964-S0IU'
    LIPHAM MUSIC House of Travel ST. KDWARD'S CATHOLIC
    Auto If You Hair Isn't Becoming To
    E'tul s Salvage Complete IJne of I Co. I Inc. INC. STARKE You-You Should. Be Coming To 1s.: .
    We Buy Wrecked Car At IEEnPth"STS!! AIRLINES: Sunday Mass, 9:15: a. m. CONWAY' Charley] E. Johns

    ii-T OP PRICES FERTILIZERS: VAL LJPHAMPIANOS : STEAMSHIP: Tuesday-Novena and Bene- "
    Starke 66" American
    , All Uakea A Models Vnfd rnwctll'lLles-Pet SUPII"N I R. R.! diction, 7 p. m. Inquiry ClaM Service Service Sta- Agency

    .;* ParU OIU1.\\S- t'\lS: Ilotelsl..I Car Rentals I IAVeckcUys 8 p. m. tion and Bus Station 1SI S. Walnut
    "
    BenleWe Will 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Guitars. nnd Amplifier Thuisday and Friday BILL EDWARDS Ph. 9A4-0201
    Teletype 8:30 to 6:00
    : : GENERAL:; !
    Find Any Part For Too. 224 NW 8th Ave. SHEET: MUSIC Mass, 7:30: a.., m. [9:30: a. m. Brake Sf'rvle\\lIeel BaJjuioa Lacy Conway Flying !Service| NobodyBust'I''obody: INSlR\NCE I'nderMlU
    'n "I 6 'Ie9 Wheel I
    Alignment
    for gratis and c.ool stu- ..
    n GlneTille 376-4512 PHONE 373-047: Galne.vlhP Slii>|>|>lnif Outer. I :34 IS: W. University Ave. dental. high 611 N. Temple Ph. 964-8881 Instruction Ph. 961..031 Chary I::.> ; U....:John, Agency

    4tl N .Put Stock Yara Qjuiro.LUc, f'U :.. ', S',1 1 nlnt'II",' :J7t-lt'll: :' 1 Wului.Uy. -, M.iad, 8:30:; u. lil. .'"




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