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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 2, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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EIGHTY-NINE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MAY Z, lOBS Of FLA HISTORY NUMBER FORTY-FIVE

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Prison Inmate

Benny Brooks who createda

'statewide stir when the K
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U. S. Supreme Court called rs

his Raiford maximums security ill r
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cell a' "sweatbox"is

scheduled for retrial Offices 1 tOn
in Circuit Court here at Rally 1I

9 a.m. May 14. I

Brooks is one of 31 State

Prison inmates indicted in Is/ Set LineFlorida
1963 on charges of rioting at;

the prison and injuring sev- voters will to
.\ral! prison officers. On May Bradford County's slow. the polls next Tuesday go to
27. 1965 Brooks was convictedon
moving political campaignwill
nominate
U.S.
the riot charge and sen- + --1 y { /1 'i '.... be given a shot in the a Senator.
r y. n j three Justices of the State
tenced to nine and
years arm when the first and
eight months to run followingthe L'hti =, Supreme Court, and a Flo-
R' only rally sponsored by rida Public
sentence he was alreadyserving. .: : + ; Service Com-
the Democratic Executive missioner. 41

A US. Supreme Court decIsion Committee, will occupy the .' On the district and county

last December 18 reversed spotlight at BHS stadium I '1.4"t level Bradford electors will
that convleitlon and Friday night bd ; : .""r' vote for a State Senator, a

ruled Brooks' confession to + A fried fish supper will be ,s'' I Sheriff, three County Commissioners -
.
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participating in the riot was served from S to 7 p.m. at the c and one School Board
obtained involuntarily and was v BHS cafeteria. Plates will ibe Pfc. Robert Terrell member.A .
'St
Inadmlssable. -. tli. tt.+ar1)rzfwnLSS eWL $I for adults and 50 cents proposed Constitutional

Brooks was convicted in Cir for children under 12. Profits amendment will also be votedon

cuit Court under a riot statute New Middle School Taking ShapeRapidly will go to the Democratic Com- Terrell at this time if approved
before Circuit Judge James mittee for use In promoting It will give each county the
AdJUns Jr. His petitions for party candidates in the Gen- right to have an appointive
hearings for a new trial were going up on the old Conway Airport wife adjacent A complete roof should be finished In' two weeks, Casey eral Election. Superintendent, of Public In-

denied by both the District 1 to the new vocational-technical renter Is the new Bradford think, and much progress hex been made' by the electrician State candidates will start Dies InVietnam struction when provided for

Florida( Court of Appeals and Middle School to house grades 6-8 next full. Supt. Tom Casey. and plumbers. speaking at 7 p.m. and will be by local law and approved by

the Supreme Court of Flori estimates! the $413,000 building to be a third complete.. Drake The building In "well on IIChf'<
Co. of Ocala la. the contractor. August 18, Drake's deadline. Coney nayn. County candidates Iwill ''have t
da.The Supreme Court's criticism (Construction their turn at the mike start The pre-election period. still

of the state prison, ing at 8 p.m. and will be giv- has veteran observers puzzled
en 10 minutes ,ito sell themselves over what they term the

which
Included in its
was Pfc. Robert Earl
Terrell

... decision; called Brooks' cell a .Cancer Concert L =: P-la candidates to !the will voters.be Unopposed limited to 18,. Starke, was, killed in, ienced quietest here campaign even for aver an exper-off'r'

.I, .',t\.i..Ii.;\ ,' 'wfndawlesaaweatbgx": andY /. C U F-Ml O US as-. : .L gci9n gilt' yyhe. Vietnam. at. 91eCGo11: ,.
;....a: 1ataladr statement. MWe-easlwt'6eri.bt as the voluntary 7116"1 ftH af. irMmr+aMiMf CTUIVU : ,..Lwa.piJ3wtaaJysIMwSi"Guy Andrews chairman. of a..l lust PrlJayVVtprif' ; 26, whena ?, The. Sheriff's racetradt; i : I
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expression of an uncoercedwill. Set TonightThe the Democratic Executive buddy stepped on a mine. tionally the spark that often
." Committee, will serve as master Terrell, Bon of Mrs- Lull ignites campaign firea ball .
The criticism created a furor Bids Asked of ceremonies. Bell Terrell of lit 2, Starke,, been marked (by an absence of
Three Cheers, Beverly Ready In the sixth local charges and
from state and prison officials It is expected that the youth to die counter-charge
who denied the charges McRae, Della Wilson and Kay ; rally will attract a near-rec- in- the Vietnam' War since which sometimes perk up Interest *

after the decision was handed Colson, trio of Bradford High ord turnout since it will be June 19UO.. He la the second in among the populace.
down last December. The School folk singers, will appear the first opportunity of many the past two months. Candidates for all >county offices

prison and cell where Brooks tonight (Thursday May Final plans and working through a formal approval of George estimated It will take voters to hear the candidatesin Terrell's outfit was return- have (been concentrating
was Jailed opened to inspec- 2) with Dr. Robert E. Carsonof drawings for construction of the plans but repeatedly pressed 12 to 13 j months after the person. In a break with Ing from a mission im North on house-to-houae and peraon-
tion by the Florida press durIng Gainesville in benefit', con- Bradford County's new court- the architect who wantedto contract let to build the tradition, tne Committee Vietnam when the mina blast to-person contacts rather than
the controversy and the cert for the County Cancer house to go up on North Tem- wait a week to ask for 33.500 square foot courthouse.The scheduled only one rally dur- killed seven and wounded 31 soap box: oratory. Bradfordhas
Crusade.Dr. submitted, to structure will include of the group. He had beenin not seen "hide nor hair'
controversy caused a later visit ple Avenue were ing the current campaign per-
by Oov. Claude Kirk who Carson will perform on the Commission Monday April bids.The new courthouse George large1 amounts of fallout shel- rlod Instead of the former Vietnam two months since of any candidate for a state
the viola and exhibit some of ter February, with the 2nd Brigade office, who all seem to be concentrating
termed the Supreme Court's 29, by Architect Frank George said will not be as plush as space.
charges ridiculous. his drawings In the concert to and received:! implicit approval.The some in large cities but will be One of the most outstanding [Continued On Page Two] 101 Airborne Division, on the vote in the

begin) at 8 p.m. at the Starke Board immediately call as functional and as completeas features of the new courthousewill U.S. Army. bIg-cIty population! centers.All
Court decision
The Supreme three candidates for State
for construction of The structure should be the two courtrooms A high honors graduate of
Woman's Club. Dr. Delbert ed for bids any.
noted that Brooks' cell bad Senator, District 7, have been
two- serve Bradford for many years. George said. Both the county Bradford High School last
the 33.500 square foot Rape Charge
at
only a hole In one corner to Sterrett, professor of music active locally and two of them
story, beige brick: structure he said. and circuit courtrooms utilizea year, Terrell ranked 17th
serve as sanitary facilities. the University of Florida, will : have county chairmen.
On the 15th day of his setting date to open the bids Front of the new court- new circular design the Placed Here among 120 members of his Bradford has 0,383 registered
the
solitary confinement in the accompany Dr. Carson on for June 26 at 2 p.m. Working house will face U. S. 301. Vis- 'architect worked out after 1B07 graduating class. Democrats and 113 Republicans

cell. Brooks was taken to an piano. drawings George said will be itors on the road will see a talking with County Judge T. Terrell's body will be accompanied eligible to vote TuesdayIn
James Alfred -
Investigating officer where he The Three Cheers first place ready for Interested contractors broad walk broken by a water A. Yawn and all three circuit A Lawtey man, held home from Vietnam separate primaries. Also
Starling 32 is being
confessed and dictated his winner In the Talent Contestat by May 8. fountain an encloses: area fora judges. Bradford toy Wyndell Crews another local eligible to vote on the proposed
bond in the
without
statement into a tape recorder, the 'Bradford County Fair The June 26 bid opening planter and shrubs and a Fronts of both courtroomsare Jail on charges of youth who enlisted with amendment (only) are the
the decision said. date allows contractors( 49 flag pole and monument to designed in a semicircle County Terrell. Funeral arrangementswill county's six registered Inde-
(Continued From Page Two with the judge's bench to one commonlaw rape accordingto !be announced later.
Introducedat days to submit bids,: after the veterans of World Wars. pendents.
The recording ruled inad- last month will do several drawings are ready for their The fountain will spurt side of each courtroom, rather the Sheriff's Department.The Other local men who have County Race
trial
the was Mon-
took
numbers including their original examination. Advertising for water eight feet high in the than in the traditional loca- offense place died In Vietnam are Sp/4 Vying for the post of Brad-
missable by the high court. and Star-
CommissionerDoyle composition which won at bids is begun In this issue of middle of a 12 by 31 foot pool. tion in the center of the day night. April 29, James Guy Blackshear. killed ford County Sheriff are Incumbent -
Agriculture the Fair. The Telegraph. Front of the courthouse will courtroom. ling was taken into custody March'17; Pfc. Richard Crews, P. D. Reddish, and Carl
Conner and Supervisor George submitted the long have a high recessed entrance. George said the second floor about 6:30: a. m. Tuesday 18, who 'has' been posthumously Hurst, service station operator -
Corrections Louie L. Wainwright will be served
of Refreshments to
recording awaited plans Monday as he The entire structure will be courtroom design on advice April 30. according, Deputy awarded the Bronze Star and Mayor of Starke. So
played the their tour during Intermission. had promised two weeks ago. built In beige brick with vertical of the Judges who will use it, Sheriff Robert Oreen. for gallantry in battle, killed far, the main issue aired l is
for newsmen during "Does Tickets may !be obtained at Only question asked by the aluminum dividers between Is arranged so the Judge never Oreen and Deputy Ashley last Nov. 20; Lance Cpl. Rob Hurst's charge that Reddish

and that sound asked to repeatedly the( new>- the door for $1. and BO cents Commission was "when do we several rows of small wJndows has to leave the bench to view Brown are investigating the ert Nail, 18, a member of 'B' reneged on a promise made in
you [tContlnued On Page Twol case. Company anti-tank bAttalion the 1964 campaign to retireat
Continued[ on Page 2] i For children. start? The Board did:! not go for ornamentation.
of the Third Marine Division'; the end of his present term.
killed last June 8; Sp/4 Lawrence Reddish now ending his fifth
Klmlbicr, 20, a memberof term In the office, denies he
"- Board In Hurry --- the 190th Infantry Brigade promised >to retire, stating only

tContlnued on Page 21) that he would be "eligible for

Station another retirement"term If In re-elected 100... for
Bid Let On Auto
, Inspection, Polling Places In District County One Commission incumbent races and:

Listed For present chairman Dave Shufordis
E. Jones that "Stop for SchoolBus" opposed by Carl Prevatt, a
Bid for the county's new Heights, for $17,400 by the to match the maintenancebarn Norman to see if he can attend with curb gutter and side- signs are needed, on May 2 PrimariesPolls former Commissioner and
which it will sit. The a May 8 industrial con- walks through' Starke. Funds
auto safety inspection: station Board of Commissioners. by } Morgan Road Theressa and School Board member Both
has been let to Trlest Construction Trlest was !instructed to put Commission recessed half an ference in Jacksonville Sponsored for' this project are available with Hampton. (will be open from 7 men are from Lawtey, and ,
Co.. Keystone up the 40 x 50 x 16 corrugatedsteel hour Wednesday: from its ; by the JacksonvUe having been borrowed Heard Clerk Darby report a.m. to 7 p.m. next Tuesdayfor both have strong political fol-
building identical to meeting to visit the site and Chamber of Commerce's Committee the funds which are being using voters in the Democraticand lowing.
that four were
the county maintenance barn choose a place for the building of 100 and the Florida used to rebuild .the hydrocarbons the Santa campers Fe Lake boat ramp Republican[ primaries at District Three Incumbent

Viola Concert he just finished, with all pos so Trlest can begin work Development Commission. road. and camping ground Saturday the following polling places in Jerome Johns Is running hard
sible haste. Under state law immediately.The Purpose of the meeting is to Gave Civil Defense Direc- morning two of them from the county's 17 precincts: to try and retain his seat
Tonight (Thursday) the county has to be in the Board also Wednesdayasked secure Industry for seven court: tor Frank Williams permis Michigan. Darby 1. Luwtey City Hall. against the challenge of a
business demolition ties in northeast Florida. sion to spend up to $250 on conzratulat-f-
auto safety inspection bids for the ed Foreman Jones for emptyIng 2. Lnwtcy Recreation Hall. young DuPont employee, Ralph
Dr. Robert E. Carsonof by June 1. for any salvageable materialof Bradford Chamber ManagerPete "a scuba diving outfit for the trash,from the cans at the 3. Bradford County Fair Bryan. Both men are lifelong
Gainesville Trlest said he would try to the old American Legion Novak requested that the county re-activated rescue Building. residents of Starke and active
meet the 30 day deadline, but .that still stands on the site Board have a member present: ' Woman's Club his bid accepted by the Com- of the new courthouse. Bids -Novak also notified the being trained for underwater that a Barn (new courthouse District Five Incumbent'

8 P. M. mission gives him 75 days to will be opened at 10 a.m. next Board of a May 17 and 18 diving' Williams said. light be installed suggestion at the Hampton grounds). / Zedra Hamilton: apparently believes
complete construction. Thursday. May 9. meeting In Atlanta. Ga. of the -Gave1l1Iams permissionto Lake boat 5. Bradford nigh School. in the adage; "Never
: ramp.
BENEFITCancer. Only other bidder Brown Efforts to give the buildIng National Emergency Committee attend the summer conference 6. Salazar home, Bay-less underestimate the power of a

.Fund Construction Co., was $2,100 away have proven fruit- of the Council on Crime of the Florida Civil Defense Man Arrestedfor Highway.: woman" and Is leaving no political
above Trlest at $19,500. an Delinquency. ., Aisoo. In Ocala May 15 7. RJB High School. atone unturned to offset
Also Featuring: The building will be large less.In other action, the Commission -Passed a resolution on 4 and. 16 at his own expense. Assault 8. Old< Starke Armory. the vljoroWllCampal&ng! at<<
"The Three Cheers" enough for two lanes with an : motion by Commissioner Jerome ''Heard'. Commissioner Ze- 9. Southsldej Elementary his female challenger, Mra.
office and lounge between, -Heard Clerk Charles Dar- Johns to request the dra- Hamilton: report that all /Assault and 'battery charges School Hazel U. Paulk. Obviously en-
-Contributed but only one will be used at by read a letter from L. P. State Road Department to easements for the sidewalk. have been placed against J. 10.( Thcresaa. CommunityHall. Joying the campaign Mrs.
This Space first. Equipment for It will Robinson regional sanitation move ahead with the acquisition from SR-21 to the Hampton C. Norris, 40( Starke as a result Paulk is a colorful speaker and
Weekly to PubUelz. run about 5000. putting the engineer of the State Road of right-of-way for the Elementary-School will be obtained of an argument with Lilly 31. Hampton City Hall holds her own 'welt "on tMtump.
Community Events by cost of the inspection serviceat Department stating that lots Santa Fe Lake road* paving within 10 days. Hamp- :Mae Hood. 41. 12. Starke Public Library.' ." .1,.1School

The CommunityState over $22.000.Alternates in the new seminole Ridge 'Job as soon as secondary road ton students will have the new The affidavit Is signed by 13.Y.: Terwlllegar Motors. Board
for a single lane Suddlvialon on Santa Fe Lake funds become available to the sidewalk bv' the time schoolbell'lna Deputy Sheriff Robert Green. 133. Broughton's Store, Gra- In the only contested School
Bank Norris is free under $500: bond. ham. Board race incumbent Arthur
building ran Just $1,400 less near Melrose in Bradford county. next fall.! Hamilton
Account now Insured so the Commission decided it County will be acceptable for -Passed a second resolution, said. The 'walk ,will, be built According to the Sheriff's 14. Kate. Struth residence, Holltday, Is reviewing jams
up to 115,000 by would be cheaper to go ahead septic tanks if they meet also on a motion .by Johns at,county, expense, the SRD Office, Norris pushed the Hood 'v. Madison St. made !by the school system ts
his
IninrrC5r with the full building now. state regulations. No action that the SRD proceed with having refused to build It. woman from a car In the Reno 15A. Brooker Community the past few years In appeal -
Deposit
Federal The new building will: be was requested of the Board. rebuilding! SR-18 from U.S. -: ,Several board members reported section early Sunday morning. Center. for re-electioa afrnfiiat
sale 5 t&B. Eunice home two opponents. They are: W, 1
Ha was arrested al a.m. Moody
Buck 301 to the line
green steel with a white roof Asked Commissioner east county to ,Road Foreman R
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!I Is I Local admittances to Bradford L. L. Conner has returnedto Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry Knoxville Miss Cartwright-is :
I
II I County Hospital this the home of Mr. and Mrs. and family were' visiting Mr. Tuesday Vote Brooks Retrial presently residing:! at the home '

I / week include: Mrs. Irene Felix Sapp after several weeks and Mrs W. N. Barry In New- of her brother-in-law and

I Brooks. Walter Reagan. Mrs. convalescence at the home of berry over the weekend.Mr. rt sister. Mr. and Mrs. George H.

Mary Jane Grlffls, Mrs DaisyM. Mr. and Mrs Leon Conner on and Mrs. W. S. Gublerof PuzzlingContinued Set 14 Pierce and is a member of the

I Thomas Robert F. Jordan Crosby Lake. Fort Pierce were Wednesdayand May nursing staff at Bradford

Mrs. Ruby Ilersey Mrs Mandy Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymondhad Thursday visitors of Rev. County Hospital.

GLADYS MOOTY I Grm!". David Gunter andMiss'Minnie as weekend guests Mr. and and Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale.Dr. ( from Page One] (Continued From Page One] Mr. Andrews Is a graduate

Phone 961-7603 I :: Bessent all of Mrs. T. E. Strickland of Belle and Mrs. O. L. HaynesJr. of Bradford High School and
Staike.; Mrs. Mary S. Llghtsey W. T. E. (Ed) Lawson, former School ] ,
Glade Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Anne and men as if he were coerced? of the 1967 class of St. Johns
and Steven Johnson! of Lake Leslie of Jacksonville, and Maxle Carter Jr. were visitingMr. Board member and soft drink State Atty. T. E. Duncan of River' Junior College in Palat-
Re\ and Mrs. J. Thomas :Mr.s: Adolph Gay and daughter -
Butler; Mrs. Sandra G. Boat- Mrs. J. J. Moore of Waycross Stevenson distributor, and Charles Sawyer Gainesville confirmed
and Mrs. George H. the
is junidr at the
ka. He a University
and of ,
Stall family Jackson-i dei-aldlne, and Mrs Gladys active -
wripht of Lawtey. I Shiver of Jennings Mrs. W. F. in Atlanta Oa. over young businessman date of the new trial Tuesday of Florida in the
ville have moved into StMark's Cook Schoolof
spent. Sunday. at St.Augustine : Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelou- Oa. the weekend. (Slacle Gas Co.) and civic and said: the state feels it Pharmacy.
l the for- ,
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new rectory.
'Mf's. sos and daughters of Birmingham Mrs. Ida Latham returned to ,Carl Hurst will give you worker. has ample evidence to convict ) The wedding is planned for
mer Alexander home I on Russell( NOrrtani Willies',' Ala will spend the her home In Salt Lake City, full time law enforcement State Senate Brooks without the confession.The t- August 31 in Cleveland.A .
Mae ,Denton, .11"f. Marilyn' Incumbent State Senator
Church Street. weekend with their parents. Utah after two J.
on Monday a Kathy Ollllngham of Jacksonville Supreme Court decision
Mrs.V.. S. Slnde. who has: IlQhfrU, Kirs. France. Hamil-j Mr. and Mrs. George Kopelou- months visit with her sister, spent last Wednesday I Emory J (Red) Cross of Gainesville left the state with the alternative M
ton Mrs. Gladys seeks to retain his 7th
been confined t in St. Vincent's I Edna Hart Richard Jockcl. I II sos and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mrs. T. D. Dyal. to Sunday with her gianiparents ;! District scat (which includes of retrying Brooks or Question for 'Sen.Cross S

Witinwrlght. Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Guy Sale. releasing him. .._.,,,,,. ,
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Hospital since she broke herlup Miss Lynette Roddy and Mr.and Bradford County) against the Do You Favor
Hurst Is I rf
Carl a man action '
I Jack Smith of Brunswick Ga. Mrs. A. E. McKinney was Public Defender R. A. Green .
-. several weeks ago is being Mrs. Austin Herrlngton. -not promises-. were Sunday to Tuesday visitors visiting Mrs. Jetty Hazen In challenge of two other Gain- Jr., who defended Brooks ". K The Income Tax?
esville Bob
Ressle Thomas Is a patientIn men: Saunders oil
transferred to Bradford County I Mrs\ Johnnie W. Livingston of :Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark Gainesville over the weekend.Dr. when he was convicted will
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at distributor and J. Edwin Peck
the Veteran's Hospital Miss CartwrightIs
Hospital today< : for further Lake City. of Atlanta Ga. and Dr. and and Mrs Barney McRae large property owner and developer deefnd! the inmate main PrIs- "We've been granting all

convalescence. I Mrs. Leona Deas of Montgomery Mrs. Harry Livingston of Mr. and Mrs.\ Robbie Shaller and sons of Lake City were !Most of the infighting : oners wwho testified against EngagedTo kinds of relief", declaredSen.
I Tulsa.) Okla. were Sunday to aliened the wedding of Miss dinner of Mr. Brooks in the riot trial may
Sunday guests
:has Ibeen between Cross I J. Cross
D-
Among those attending the Ala. was a guest of : John AndrewsMr. Emory ,
Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Linda Kaye Malphurs to Virgil and Mrs McRae Sr. also be used again
FEA convention in Miami over I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson and Peck, who have been run-I Gainesville "we will haveto
Williams.
Mrs. Mack Dougherty on Sunday after- and Mrs. Ewell Lawson
;Mr. .
ningmartes in: several previous
I last week. and Mrs R. C. Cart- find place to
the weekend were Airs. A. Mrs. J. E. Wilson had as noon at the Alachua Metho- and grandchildren were In Social SecurityRepresentative acme re-
elections. Saunders a proges- wright of Cleveland: Tenn. announce 'The income
it. tax
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. dist Church place
Sunday
Savannah, Oa. on
sive businessman was
yr' young of
I George K. Bennett of Orlando.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. I also In the race two years ago. the engagement Either Pearl, is a fair tax,' he'said.

Now and Mrs. W. T. Weeks of visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Walker and J. L. Woods. (Candidates for other races Sets Hours Here their daughter.
Open to John Harold Andrews son Reprinted from
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and Dr. and Mrs.J.
Tallahassee
I Andrews< in Jacksonville Sat- Mrs. Guy Sale, Miss Della on the ballot are: R.
of Mr. and Mrs. Reddish
\'1'I", 4 4M" W. Brownlee of Starke. urday afternoon.Dr. Rosenberg, Mrs. J. E. Hardy UJS. Senator: Leroy Collins Ralph: / L. Fontana, a representative TALLAHASSEE' DEMOCRAT
Andrews of Starke'Miss
: They attended the Memorial and Mrs. J. L. Stith and Mrs. J. D. Warren. Mrs. F. W. 'Earl Faircloth, Sam Poor, and of the Gainesville Aug. 22, 1967

:< Gainesville's : : Service at Crosby Lake Ceme- family of Valdosta Ga. were Strickland. Mrs. V. J. Speng- Richard Lafferty. Social l Security Office will be Cartwrlgitt is a grad-

tfI visiting Mrs. Stith's parents ler. Mrs. Maurce Wingate and Supreme Court, Group It: In Starke at the Agriculture uate of Bradley Central- High i Vote For
teryMrs.
I
:KWIt' first exclusive shop + 1' I Eoline Smith and Mr. Mr and Mrs. L. F. Dinklns Mrs. A, a. Loudon of the Joe 'Boyd ''Richard H. Cooper, Building each Monday and Fri School in Cleveland. She attended -

for the Mother-to-be\ and :Mrs Jimmy Rowe and over the weekend.Mr. Starke Woman's Club attended ',Sam Smith day at 9:30, A.M., for the pur- the University ,of Ten-
?\\' I children of Sanford returned and Mrs. Nick Seibert the FFWC luncheon and Supreme Court Group 2: pose of conducting social security -nessee and was a member of ED PECKState

I. Sunday from a week's visit of Satsuma Sunday visitors convention at the Hotel Rob- James C. Adklns Jr., Woodte business. the 1987 graduating class of

Full line of with Mr. and Mrs. Tom SmithIn of Mr.were and Mrs. W. R. ert Meyer in Jacksonville. on 'A. Liles. Persons who desire to make East Tennessee Baptist Hospital Senate Dist. 7
su Suffolk Va. Thompson Jr. Wednesday.Mr. Supreme Court, Group 3: applications for social security' School of Nursing in (Paid Political Ad)

Maternity Wear 'k Weldon Brantley of Melrosewas and Mrs. Marc Jackson Vassar B. Carlton Hal P. retirement Or survivors bene- i
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown-
fits, social
secure security ac-
kr B. B. Dekle.
1'> r admitted to the Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.
lee Jr. of New Orleans, La. Florida Public Service Commissioner count numbers or get any '
Nursing Home. Buchanan in Ocala over the ( Ape 'Iod -pd)
L spent the first of the week : Harvey H. Baker, other social security Informa-
? Lingerie weekend. Their daughter. Melissa -
Nelson Ritch of Hialeah Is with :Mrs Brownlee Sr., and Jess Yar- tion are invited to the
stayed with her grandparents Robert C. Brand, see rep- ..LHOddflS aioA imoA SLVIOSUddV THAI i
Bathing Suits visiting his grandmother Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. brough. resentative at the time of his
1 n Mrs. H,, E.
Mr. and
I if-:: Carrie Ritch, this week. Carl Hiirbt's word Is his Smith in Wllllston. Republican Candidate visit. 'dcgsaapizaj! paoualaadx3 ;

Sportswear Labon Scogglns will returnto bond he will not renege on In the Republican primary,,
rrr ,4 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall and by notified and required to pre' xv ::.Ino SUPasad:
q1A.I'rlIoa! JL Auoijduiaxg !
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his home in Zebulon. Ga 2, HermanW.
I ; ; his word or promise. Alarhua. visitingMr. also set for :May sent any claims and demands
of were
Dresses 4 4Is this weekend.: after three weeks' sons Goldner and Edward J. which you, or eitner i or you, Aaasad;
i Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Spengler and Mrs. Tom Jacksonon may have avalnnt the etttate of H pnajsauioj-j anoj
visit will his and family the nomInation -
) son of St. Augustine spent the Sunday. Gurney are necking HENRY PKARSALL, deceased.
eh Mr. and Mrs. C. R Scoggins.Mr. for U.S. Senator. late of wild County, to the I
9:30 to >5:30>
weekend with and Mrs.
:
Open : Maj. Mrs. M. H. Sheppard of County Judge of Bradford, Coun
I and Mrs. Richard May V. J. Spengler. They were all Brunswick Ga. was Sunday to David IL. McCain: and Ellis ty. Florida, at his. office In the f: +' j
I ''I'Mi ; Monday thru Saturday of Jacksonville attended the of Mr. S. Rubin are competing for the court house of ald County at
Sunday dinner guests and '
Wednesday guest of Mr. Starkp, Flurldu, wltliin six t
Court Group 2. !
i I funeral of Richard and Roy'smother and Mrs. J. C. Dukes on Mrs. Mrs J. E. Hardy. Supreme calendar months from the timer : :
Irene of Martial (Marti) DesRoches the first publication of thin
Ian Mrs. Thomas
R. L.
i Spengler's birthday.
Herlong
Mr. and Mrs. Mark
and Ray C. Cteborne seek the notice. Each claim or demandshall J.3IMlSiamm
Gainesville in Crosby Lake Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansbyand and family of Jacksonville Public Service be In writing and hall.
Tuesday afternoon., nomination for mute' the pine of -nlilenc. and
Cemetery
EXPECTANTLYYOURS
,,1! Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson were Monday evening visitorsof Commissioner. poet office address of the claim. SNHOr u
Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman were In Gainesville Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Her- Ant. and shall !h.> sworn to by
of Jacksonville spent the the .claimant his agent hi.aUOMI.Y. b
!' day afternoon visiting 1\h's. long.
and any aui-h claim or
70G) W. University: I weekend with Mrs. E. K. fer Jerry Gay In the Alachua Mr and Wrs Franklin Hunt 6th Local n..mana nut MO filed ahull be r'!!%

? Gainesville ryman. General Hospital and Mrs. of St. Augustine and Mr. and VII"J.'hlp" Pea ran IIAM daa
I Curl Hurst is Truthful. Paul Underbill In the Medical Mrs. Bernard Hunt of Bonifay pciuor of 'the Tjawt Will }/
Honest and Loyal. Center. visited their mother. Mrs.1 and TVhtHmwit of
Man Dies IIRN'IIV rRAHSALI: : (.deceased.
y Henrietta Hunt In Bradford' 1-' .t 5-23 ..__,_

,I County Hospital over the I $ _-T"' ''__''''''''''''' ,,.-,,,.,,..

weekend.Archie Green of Chicago,I In Vietnam ...: ;1 r r .

( his mother .f "J ; A 'G ff.
a 111. was visiting : .. ':' ,' Ii :Jance ts
last Wednesday 'If. .
L. J Green
Mrs. !
to Sunday.Mr. r (Continued From Page One] I II ., f 'ttt .., t.A i: A.Qi

and Mrs. Lex Green: killed last August 4, and Cpl. :t..ri.; l iA 1: i, r."O jVU'*'m .

:II I and Mr. and Mrs Curtis Sanders I Arthur Broxton, Jr., 34, was 'i ;ij? fN ii
.
y'l t wr /' of Stajke, and Mr. and killed June 2, 1966. Blackshear i :.:::1'u.n'} -- ,. -. .
Mi-a, R. 1. Green II and Per- the ; e
.and Crews belonged to ,
,a MAYl2fh 1 man) Roberts of GaTne-SVllle '173rd"Airborne Brigade. ,, .r. t f r .Ql t !\ ;.J;:Yw 1.

attended the wedding of Bill Three of the six Blackshear F''b1'' .. p I : :
J'J ,
5 Green to Diane Viglione at Crews and Nail lived at I ,., n... ..,:.'.;... _. 1o<"i'f' .

11 11J dm the State Street Baptist Klngsley Lake. G .; _
Church Cayce S. C. on Saturday }
r. nlgth April 27. Mrs. a rr n c

AY Lex Green and Mrs. Sanders Bids Asked ::;;I i :

and son, Lex went to Spartnbursc. !t "lu iL.l

S. C. on Wednesday '
-- 5f last week to leave Lex with On Courthouse .jum:: mJHON ; : )

his giandparents. Mr. and .l,

Mrs. Curtis Sanders Sr. for .
L the weekend. ,
SPORTSWEAR Carl Hurst runs only his (Continued From Page One! 0l ND

.oil. own race and of rice.MI's. evidence interview witnesses.
{ e
T. D. Stroud and Mrs. or any other 4
: By purpose.
M. Mildred Ford of Jacksonville The two courtrooms are designed 5 I

.. y 1 1I + were weekend guests of Mrs. identically, except for :? 477; ,

: FrayneCatalina j. II. Fields the number of seats 80 in

... Mrs. N. L. Woodburn was the circuit courtroom and 60 V..tU2!

R \\ 3 r z / visiting her son-in-law and in the county. it will be psool- 'Ij f _
Keith ,
Mrs.
daughter. Mr. and
ble to speed the court terms
E f Reeves! in Winter Park the up during busy times by utili-
j 3' Russ j first! of the week. zing both at once. "Tax'ura Ri'fa" push-buitons give you the right t

; Bobbie Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe of George said he has sent speed fcr 7 cliffsrcnt actions, from whip to liquefy. < :, .. '..
Brooks visitorsof
.. Tnmpa were weekend about 20 copies of plans for ,

Mrs O. L. Beasley and Mrs. the courtroom layout to parties' Cloverleaf f sltepsd! 5-cup container is so designed g: ,

: Personal | j W. Klncald. who have heard of the new to feed food into .
I Mrs whirlpool action blados'for
| MI's Eugene Tanner design from talk among the : up'to 31.
: ; Aileen Robert Sapp. Mrs. CharlesSawyf'1' judges. 4 tirnos more !Llendln-g! J e.'ficiancy.; ,
s Godwin.
j. Harold
Mrs. George's 61 pages of plans
White StagStrawberry and Mrs. Wayne Whlffen of also Include\ the refinishing of 2-r'3co""fhxr: i.,.*; !M credos: !ila! cwn sjiin;:: r ri
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Woman's Club attended fo fit :
Junior tihiy
the
.f 44 seats in the present courtroom tS page
: Junior Day on Mondayat for installation in the tf. __ 1.I

cr..:- h Patch the FFWC Convention Hotelin at County Commission room on :;cl .crCltnip''7! Clean<:: s i.L:, !: in seconrJ! no cKra: parts 1{!

,1t- 1 1w the George Washington the first floor of the new to COdn: :oroe: COOK
Jacksonville.! courthouse. Elgin der

IN Albert Kruse and George Offices used most by the with this I I

Kruse of Miami were guests public the sheriff, tax assessor 3 : :
: ttj "" t t.
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'-- FREEMoiiograraming of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chism and collector and clerk will CLAIROL

::." ballet I J i .. ._, and family last Friday night be on the first floor to provide : KINDNESS

Mat. :.- .. r.., T and Saturday.Mr. easy access for the public. The -' : I 7
= ; ". -4nt w and Mrs Richard: C. second floor will house the Hair Setter

tt .... Williams and family of New county's greatly expanded M

: .: Port Richey were weekend legal facilities.
'kings ( r .>>} "In [dust ,10 minutes; .
.. guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert A plaque honoring the coun' 1' {. ;.
by !1' ." Barksdale.Mr. ty's veterans will be erected at :."t, :r' .$ the perfect set you

.: llurlingtonSpec t m./1J and Mrs. Eugene Tan- the flag pole site not far from \ '.tE; 'lJi y 983 want. No lotion no
.I water
ner and family spent Sundayat the fountain. 'rr" tn now easy

(May: Apr rec St. Augustine Base bid for the courthouse zi electric: way to set
*& your

i a 1 : ; ltl"U':); own Carl race Hurst and office.rum! only his will sprinkler Include system alternates and for for pav-a *%-HSJSS:' "I C5- _$29.99 voft'41' hair..


Tom Titus, !son of Mr. and ing the drives and parking "'. '

Mis. Bryce C. Titus of Starke. lots to circle the building.: "'"' .... r :;
Make it .' "\\VI" i ;;:: ---" .. .. _
s r. very ,. wa on the Dean's List for the The Commission agreed to (! ......, :: .

? ri / winter quarter at the School give the former Amer- '"
: )personal forMother away ,, ":"
S a I e of Journalism and Commun- ican Legion building locatedon : ';\. ..

: ications. University of Florida.. the proposed site to any- : : 1f'':) >:'L' l." r k. ...?:f z'
"j
:Mr and Mrs. Lavon Alvarezof one who will move it and also ", .
on her Day.Purity Orlando were weekend set a meeting date of Thurs 4tt; .. :, '.,...t ::1''. -iooyJ1 J: _. J

: 2 great seamless styles guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. R.. day. May 9. with the State \ : :.y. .,.i{ .. '_ <
e f1' i>' "', .>
ray Alvarez Sr. Road district
Z l were 99c .5,' Department en- ':' ') :
,. pre Mrs. Oladys Weldon visited gineer in Lake City to workout .
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, $ ior :. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Weldon in plans involving) drainageof -:--..... JI _...: J .'
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. $4 Lake City Wednesday and water onto U. S. 301. .< ;w'i:: <.

i t .Now 77 Thursday. -
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Rally AUTOMATIC
.- '' l Sunday School 10 a.m. I TOASTER; ..
a: One week only! PORT) U'TVr
..;;. Friday Night Morning Worship 11 a.m. !
4 SS/L Training Union, 6 p.m. Eve-
I Continued From Page On l I JJ.83'3"I: \
w ning Worship 7 p.m. Prayer $ $z,9." $ g..A.17.
Meeting, Wednesday 7 E2 g
: J practice of holding: several p.m. vale
of line underscores the
w .....}.t femininity rallies at different points in If"E.
: of this soft-shirt. Bermuda the In county.
(;E., .. collar Judge. lirnilfunl. County. Florida.In Lion light t.) dart! control 5n> : s ..' 7" s. i"
have o <
Two unofficial rallies Probate.In ou r time: .e a sal with j '
: roll sleeves. White and pastels': 28 to been held In the county one r..: Estate. of tray aid ima.fiy. d-ic.i, 4i;..'....c c..'", ; ." "\, ; : n'ah' \; "''Y' ArSrouin .
E".hC'n y.
HC.VRY; PEARSAli. DirMMd.To steal .
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hoof :
; 38. at Brooker and one in Reno-! All Creditor and Pprwoanllntlno .J. !')'us I C.ICi'ielure
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"to. J but .attract d only small Claim or n. innnda.tKKlnxt "' ". ''J ., rrts $ labor
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.THURSDAY, MAY 2, iocs BRADFORD COUNT TEIJMJPIPiT. !flTARKtl FLORID Arrllene! ---On -- P...... Three


ScoutInvestiture I District Three the: saint for which the Starke, ,I Birthday Party
Miss, Linda DeVore John R. Adkina Cadette I church' is named.

Meeting Held The Diocesan President,-Mrs. At. Godwin Home
Are United In Lawtey: Baptist J Church' ; ; ,
: : Charles! Norton' of Jackson .
At St. Mark'sDistrict
Held WednesdayCadette ,
The ('igHe'Dember* of the
ville introduced
Rev.1 Eugene
Miss Linda Darlene DeVore, ,
-n Ruvie, whb' spokes' to the' relegates Methodist first grade Class
daughter of Mi. and Mrs J. I PJ Scouts of Troop; 606 a riiree, Episcopal
D. DeVore of Lawtey and held their annual Investiture r i t 1 Churchwomen Diocese ofFlorIda of his reason for choosing were entertained .at a joint

GLADYS John R. Adklns, son of the Service and Court ot Awards held its spring! meeting at the ministry- Rev. Hai'dl-/ bh.t.hday'par y last Thursday
MOO't'Y late Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. in a candlelightlng ceremony St. Mark's Episcopal Churchon : son told sf the work of "The afternoon at the home of their
Adkins s1ot HeUbronnSpWngi. I Wednesday April 24, with Need-Meeters" of Holy Comforter
Wednesday night in St. Edward's teacher, Mrs. Henry Godwin,
<< here united In mariiHgeon : Parish Hall. more than 60 dell'gates'and 14 In Tallahassee. A. ques-
Intthe'"FfisB CIM District tion and'answer period fol- with Mrs. Jack Eaves"assist-! :
April ft at 7 p. m. 'y clergymen attending.
,
96-6O9 .Z
Father Joseph FitzgibbOn ;
I lowed. ant teacher, as co-hostess.
in
'Baptist Church '. i Three consists of 18 parishesin
Lawtey':; Rov Glenn Lawhon opened' the ceremony withprayer \ this area. Luncheon was served in the The 13 youngsters Including
>\fcrI e'P' the double ring :'1Mi and. an inspiring talk I parish house, where spring '
'le : followed by a flag ceremony by : r Light refreshments ser seven visitors, enjoyed gamesIn
y I flowers and
,ceremoisyn' Sj "i the Scouts ved during the registration In /greenery were the yard and were/:, served
Xiiptt
: cantering!: the altar was sxbrhnehled' period stalling at 930. The decorating cream
I :' with Mrs.' Bill Costello welcomed ., : Following the luncheon a cake, punch, and Ice .. ,
candelabra Seleeta Hall and Beverly ""J''I 'I'1f'1 .. I program' began with a celebra4 business held received, ta.v-
meeting also party
*white tapers flanked 't- was They ,
UrtJrtring !
I ..
; ( :. tlon of Holy Communion by
I "Strunlc Into the troop, and with District Three Vice
:
white '
baskets of &L .' ; ors.
; .Jay'pedestal:'- and they were awarded membership :.\. ./:.. the Venerable Fred 6Yerkes, President, Mrs. W. B. Weaver, ,
gl dl U, rtlums, pompoms 7 .!' '
gNt1iWrW'! pins, which were pinnedon Archdeacon of the Diocese: of of Gainesville presiding. A

A program/ of nuptial music I by their mothers McBurnett-Starling Florida assisted by Rev: special report was given by Carl Hurst will give you .,

was presented! by Mrs w. Stella Jane Costello, Janine Mr. and Mrs. C, E McBuin- James A, Hardlson. Holy Comforter Mrs James Fletcher of inter- around the clock protectionand
Moore, pianist, and Mrs Gay, Carol Richards, Kelly nett of Jacksonville announcethe of Tallahassee, on the I lachen chairman of Diocesan '
F'I' occasion of Day no sign off at 12:01: a. m.
.d" fiori-Remtlsh! \ soloist. Rlchards.-and Pearle Wo1fI'edparticipated engagement' and approaching St. Mark's Christian-Social Relations.
iK Wi brtith t'llln-law+ as best m n.Uahft' .I' ,tIOIceremor.les.; daughter Sheila Lynn to '
orchid co.rs. _
were Lloyd Crawford pink ge Badges earned during the Robert Glen StarUng. son of _.
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aritK Johnnie DeVore, brother\ Following the ceremony, a year were. awarded as follows: Mr. and Mrs Leon Starlingof --- )VUl

t rt-e pr,.the brl'' e. reception was held in the. Stella Jane Costello- Animal Lawtey. 1XeJcAoLcu41 ,
1 Mrs. Jasper Byrd attended church educational building.Mrs. I Kingdom badges In birds, Insects The wedding will take place
tli#' bride as matron of honor Daniel Massey greeted ,' water life reptile and May 18 at 8 p. m In Allandale

Pictured at open house 1Vednesdayy afternoon are strum trHlt-MMn} a floor length gown guests at the door"and presented -I, amphibian: Clerk Muslcmak- Baptist Church Jacksonville.The .

left)! T. O. Davidson, Non-lii-luw of Mr.Air. ; Peck;Mid. Coeomi of''yellow chiffon over yellow them to the receivingline er, Handywoman and Pets. bride-elect is a graduateof
DuvldLo'n.' satin'. Her tulle veil was attached Janine Gay-Collector Animal Paxon Senior High School E W
and Mrs. Perk, and Mr. ; us
I -bo a yellow satin halo The bilde's table was covered Kingdom in birds insects water and is employed, by Prudential ::
Cocomise and-'she carried a long stem- with a white cloth complemented life, reptiles and amphibian Insurance Co.
Home
Scene Of Open: Blouse'I rmed>yellow rose with fern and\ with sliver wedding Seleeta Hall Family The bridegroom-elect is a

For Mr. And Mrs. Edwin' Peck" bruet'streamers. bells The table was centered Living Homemaker Clerk An- graduate of Bradford High '
Misses Irene and Linda Ad- with a three-tlerea wedding imal Kingdom in birds, mam- School and Is serving In the Whether it's a family affair, din- '

Mrs. Loyree Cocomise held Punch bowls were placed at kins sisters of the groom, served -' cake topped with a bride and I .nals. and water life; Carol U. S. Navy I
open house at her home Wed 'I'' during the afternoon were as bridesmaids wearing groom. The table also held a Richards -Cleik, Homemaker, All tends and relatives are I ner for two, or a business en-

nesday afternoon from threeto 'I Mrs. A. J, Barry Mrs. Ervin floor length gowns of light I crtatal punch bowl encircled I Animal Kingdom In birds I invited to attend.Refreshments gagement you can relax and
six o'clock honoring Mr. ; Andiews. Mi's. T. T. Long, blue chiffon over blue satin. with ivy Beverly Strunk-Clerk, Home-I r '
and Mrs. Ed Peck of Oainesvllle. Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. Harry Their tulle veils were attached I! Miss Helen Oasklns cut the maker, Animal { were served In leave the servir.'sr to us. '
blue satin halos and each' and water I the parish hall following the
Gruen Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. to bride's cake and Mrs RobE'l.tMcClellan I birds: mammals
Mrs. J. W. Kincald greeted' Olin White Mrs. u: O. Powell, carried a long stemmed yellow I I presided at the life. Pearle Wolf red- Animal program.

guests on the terrace and introduced Mrs. S. L.. Peek Sr.. Mrs. E. L. rose with fern and yellow punch bowl. Mrs. W. L. Carter', Kingdom\ in birds mammals,I II Ask Those Who Dine Here About Our
them to the satin streamers. and water life, reptiles and
receivingline Matthews, and Mrs Charles I I' Reame-Quinn
Jr. kept the bride's book and.
Teresa DeVore, sister of the .
composed of Mrs. Coco Schmitt. Mrs Titus Olson was assisting in Mrs. amphibian.The
mise, Mr. and Mrs Ed Peck, In charge of the dining room. Vide, served as flower! K1'1I rrr' i Robert Norman serving and Mrs.were Obed I coveted Scout of the Mr. and Mrs. W. T Reame, Delicious Buffet
and Mr and Mrs Terry C. Assisting as floor hostesseswere wore a floor length yellow satin I Pauley. Year Award judged by a point of Starke, announce the en-!
Davidson, son-inf-law and I Mrs. Fred Graudon, Mrs. itown with a tulle veil attachedto system which the girls themselves gagement of their daughter
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.i Leila Mundy, Mrs. Nate Dyal. a yellow halo. Daniel Massey The bride is a graduate of help to detetermlne, Wanda to Robert Quinn, son SERVED)} DAILY
Peck. Mrs. Peggy Shaper, Mrs. II. nephew of the groom, Bradford High School and Is went to Stella Jane Costello.A rf Mr and Mrs. James Quinnof
Intervals on the patio and the Howard O'Steen, Mrs. Russell served as ring bearer. employed by the Florida Bur- special musical program Starke. TWO HOT ENTREES
tea table in the dining room Eberle.! and Mrs. Eldon Kim- The bride, given in marriageby eau in Gainesville. The groom; ,I based on partial requirements The wedding will be an Lunch Buffet $1 25
was overlaid with an Italian mons. her father, wore a floor is employed by McCowan Developers for the Muslcmakers! badge, event of Saturday May 11, at'' .
length gown of white satin with also in Gainesville. 2 Calvary Baptist TWO VEGETABLES
cutwork cloth centered with Among the guests were MrsFlnley was presented. Troop singingwas p. m. jn
an antique silver soup tureen Cannon Jr., Mrs. R. K. deep yoke of Imported lace They are residing at 424 N. accompanied by Carol Church. Starke. All friends 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
holding pink and red roses. I, Quekemeyer, Miss Earline Bo- embroidered with pearls and Cherry St., Starke. Richards and Pearle Wolfred and relatives are Invited.Mr. ASSORTED SALADS
crystal beads. Her veil was attached at Beverly Strunkat Quinn is stationed at
Arrangements of yellow die. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Davidson the organ
and Tropicana roses were used and Mr, and Mrs. J. D to jeweled petals and Elementary PTAThe the piano and Kelly Richardson Efilin Air Base near Pensacola ROLLS BUTTER Dinner Buffet $1.75TEA
she carried orchids and car-
in the party rooms. Williams, all of Gainesville. the trumpet. A poem
_. --- nations. I' Starke Elementary PTA I was read by Seleeta Hall, accompanied -I Altar Society COFFEE 5:00'pm.to 9:00
Mrs. DeVore chose for her meeting will be postponedfrom J by Kelly Richardson .
Mrs. Fred Peden Jr.; second high by Mrs. O. L. daughter's wedding a beige May 7 to 14 due to the) the bugle: and all tI'oopl I will St.hold jSdward's installation Altar of Society offi- -- :

Hostess For.BridgeLuncheon Beasley; traveling prize by two-piece suit with matching I primary election. j I members singing, closed the I cers on Wednesday tOxt B..II
Mrs. J. E, Wilson: and bingoby program
accessories and she wore a 7:30: p. m in the Parish Hall.
Mrs. S. L Peek, Sr.
,
Guests Included Mrs. Terwil p.m.'t
I Mrs. Fred T. Peden, Jr. wa*. legar, Mrs. E. L. Matthews Address '1
hostess at a bridge luncheonlast Mrs Beasley, Mrs. Kincaid, month of
merry .
Friday In the Pecan Room Mrs. Ruby Johns. Mrs. John Hass
of the Garden Restaurant for Sanders; Mrs. Peek. Mrs. Harry .
I lends from Jacksonville Hatcher. Sr., Mrs. 'Wilson s' d m '
Kinp1ey,Lake. and Starke Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs. T. H. A' 1 /
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid enter- Slade, Mrs. L. T. Gay; Mrs. C. $ 61
tainedr with a number of piano A. KnIght Mrs. H H. Adams!l: 'f4P
selection during the social Mrs. M. G. Wells of Tavares

hour as the guests were arriv- and.. Kingsley Lake, and Mrs. o. ..-;. ..
Carl Leavitt of Jacksonville 1
ing.The dining table was centered -

with a spring arrangement Mrs. Evelyn Haney ?

j of pink mums asters, daisy Elected DRESS P
President
mums,,baby breath, and Dutch
iris accented with pastel but- Of BPW Club ,
terflies. There were Identical i
I arrangements throughout Mis. Evelyn Haney was elected NEW { I
, the room. president! of the Starke t I
Following the luncheon BPW Club at a meeting held SPECTACUlAR 1 I ir
three progressions of bridge Thursday April 23.i at the
were enjoyed. High score was home of Mrs. Bea Kimmons
won by Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar! on Brooklyn' Lake; Up and away to a new season of sun fun!

... Other officers elected at this Come see the exciting new styles for 68 in
time were: Lillian Pearson, three from sheaths
one-two-and
I 1t .
SERVICE. SCHEDULEST. -99 piece
1st vice president; Ruth Hancock -
EDWARD'S CHURCH. 2nd vice president;; Dean AttfS $ "1 ,"1 to bikinis in fit, colors and fabric that

Starke Rhoden corresponding secre- FASHION L are right for you. Come in now.while selec

Sunday Mass: 9:15: a, m. tary: Sybil Brasewell. record- w>wMlr< cr tions are greatest} !
Thursday Mass 6:30: p. m. ing secretary; and\ Bea Kim-
Miraculous Medal Novena: mons, treasurer
Saturday p m. World Affairs Chairman

Confessions. 5 f. m. and 7p. Desta Dyal Is collecting used To $8.99 .
..1. ,
m. eyeglasses to be sent to an eye t :
-ST. WUJCiAMB' CHURCH. clinic In Cblurrfbla,' Sduth 7 I qplI
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Keystone Height. America. .
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. Plans were made for the Installation I c mpar.a'B.99' $10.99 pi;:
and 0:00: a. m.Wednesday Dinner to be held d

: Mass and No- Thursday May 9, at the homeof Y' to
vena 7 p. m.&T. Mrs. Dyal on Hampton n s .
;MARYS 1 CHURCH. (
Lake. :
Macclenny. PETITES JUNIORS MISSES- HALF SIZES ;

Snnda" Maw! 11:30) a. m "
My Fair Lady'Will May is Dress Month ot Carps ... and' Fabulous is .lh.. word for M Real t t'' l
.e- --- 1 Be Theme Fashion Wines, each and vary one of these pretty new Summer dresses i! "p v"p

'THE SOUTnSIDE: Of May Breakfast I I i including many styled and mode in California. There are styles and ,
CHURCH OF CHRIST II 4 ; fabrics for dress.4 tyl.s and fabrics for casual wear ..{it's an exciting r t $ _

"My Fair Lady" willibe the ""F collodion ,,:., M come in and pick up extra style, extra'valua at Carps. = )
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; Invites YOU I theme of the. May Breakfast /
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held'Wednesday.: May 8. at'12' ; .
To Hear 'noon at the Starke Woman's ,
Club honoring past presidents 4 : j
..THE GOSPEL of the club and members' of ?:': .wq e' i a r'

OF' .CHRIST the Junior Woman's: Club and I ri; .t(. s\ 'b
Little' Women. I 1. 'iz' 'l" rvH
Mrs.; Bill Jenkins of '.' \ .v.r 9'f ,
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$:30 Sunday Morning sonville District Four j 'T : ,
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Jack-I I : I..,...i. .
tor-elect, will be :N'
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1490 xr
Dial :
WPXE' Radio s s rai' -7 t
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As
A fice!? for !the1; nevTboaM.Mrr.
., Worship Service L. A. canova a-ill 'be In k l tiw 1-- ,a f ,.
charge of the program and 4. II
Sunday 11:00 A.M. .
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:-.Bible Study Sunday10A.M.'andJ7P.Hl. I mistress of ceremonies. The r .A rtrd t 9 y u i :
Breakfast 'under the direction 1 i dl r !1 ;j
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TELEGRAPH. obtained from Mrs. Guy Sale aw -,
''at'Leila's of Mrs. G. 'S. New-

Published 138 every W.: Call Thursdayat st.. comb at Eagle's. ';f Mr. f ii' : :'S
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Starke, Fla. 32991 ? ::1'i
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Second class postage paid ) .;.1

.*t Starke, Fla. Junior Woman's Club / s ,t tiJ
Subscription Rate: ,, will meet Monday; May'7, at 8 !
I when"all annual reports 1
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In trade ana: $..00 per from p. the chairmen 'will be L {

yoar 2.25: six month I given Hostesses' for the meetIng f? t

Outside trade area: S4-SO I will be Mrs. Harqld Godwin \
its mantis and Mrs: "J. M. Edward? t ; :
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1 Local admittances to L. L. Conner has returnedto Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry Knoxville Miss Cartwright Is
1I 1i I ford County Hospital Brad-I the home of Mr. and Mrs. and family were visiting Mr. Tuesday Vote Brooks Retrial presently residing! at; the homeof
week include: Mrs. Felix Sapp after several weeks and Mrs. W. N. Barry in New- i her brother-in-law and<
1 I i Brooks, Walter Reagan, Mrs. convalescence at the home of berry over the weekend.Mr. sister. Mr. and Mrs George H.
Mary Jane Griffls, Mrs. DaisyM. :Mr. and Mrs Leon Conner on and Mrs W. S. Gubler PuzzlingContinued Set 14 Pierce and is a member of the
I Thomas, Robert F. Jordan, Crosby Lake of Fort Pierce were Wednesdayand May nursing staff at Bradford
Mrs. Ruby Hersey, Mrs. Mandy Mr. and Mrs Paul Raymondhad Thursday visitors of Rev. County Hospital.

GLADYS MOOTY I Griftls, David Guntcr. and as weekend guests Mr. and and Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale. ( from Page One] (Continued From Page One] 1 Mr. Andrews is graduate/
Phone 961-7603 Miss' Minnie Bessent all of Mrs. T. E. Strickland of Belle Dr. and Mrs O. L. Haynes Lof Bradford High School and
i Siaike-: Mrs. S. Lightsey, W. T. E. (Ed) Lawson, former School men] as if he coerced II r !.
Mary Glade, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. and daughter, Anne, and were ? of the 1967 class of St;, Johns
I and Steven Johnson of Lake Leslie of Jacksonville, and Maxie Carter Jr. were visiting Board member and soft drink State Atty. T. E. Duncan of River Junior College In Palat-
Rev and Mrs. J. Thomas Mrs Adolph Gay and daughter. ;! I' Butler: Mrs. Sandra G. Boat- Mrs. J. J. Moore Waycross., Mr. and Mrs. George H. Stevenson I distributor and Charles Saw- Gainesville confirmed the ka. He is a Junior at; the University
Staab and family of Jackson- Geraldine, and Mrs. Giadys'l wrlpht of Lawtey. Shiver of Jennings, Mrs. W. F. in Atlanta, Ga. over yer, active young businessman I date of the new trial Tuesdayand of Florida in the School
ville have moved Into St Cook Sunday (Slattc Gas Co.) and civic
spent Mr and Mrs. John Kopelou- the weekend. sari:! the state feels it rr I of Pharmacy.The .
Mark's new rectory I the for- Augustine, ": > 'IRlts sos and daughters of Birming Ga.Mrs.. Ida Latham returned to ,Carl Hurst will\ give you worker. has ample evidence to convict I wedding is planned for
mer Alexander home I on ?ell NOfmant Mfs. Willie! ;:, ham. Ala. will spend the her home In Salt Lake City full time law enforcement: State Senate Brooks without the confession.The August 31 in Cleveland.:
'' Incumbent' 'State Senator J. ,
Church Street. Mae Denton, Mrs!. Marilyn' weekend with their parents. Utah on Monday after a two Kathy aillingham of Jacksonville Supreme Court decision
\! (Red) Cross, of Gainesville
Emory
Mrs. W. S. Slade, who has Bobfrts, Mrs. Franeei Hamil-I Mr. and Mrs. George Kopelou- months visit with her sister spent last Wednesdayto socks to retain his 7th- left the state with the alternative .
ton, Mrs. Gladys and Mr. and Mrs J. R. ';: of retrying Brooks or for'Sen.
NOS Mrs. T. D Dyal. Sunday with her grandparents A Question Cross
been confined in seat
St. Vincent's( District! (which Includes I
Edna Hart Richard Jockel. .
Wnlnwrisht.Carl Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Guy Sale. releasing him. ....... '...
You Favor
Bradford County) against: the I. -,'I" '.". Do
since she -
Hospital broke Miss Lynette Roddy, and Mr.nnd Public '
of Defender'R.
hel'l Hurst Is a man ac- Jack Smith of Brunswick Ga. Mrs. A. E. McKinney was of two other Gain- A. Green j' !". .
... iup several weeks ago. Is being I Mrs. Austin Ilerrington. I (liin-not promises! were Sunday to Tuesday visitors visiting Mrs. Jetty Hazen in esville challenge men: Bob Saunders oil Jr., who defended Brooks ,.j The Income Tax?
transferred to Bradford Ressle! Thomas is a patientin Mrs. Johnnie W. Livingston of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Den- Gainesville over the weekend.Dr. distributor, and J. Edwin Peck when he was convicted will Miss CartwrightIs
.ty Hospital today for coun-I') the Veteran's Hospital at of Atlanta. Ga.: and Dr. and mark. and Mrs Barney McRae large property owner) 'and de- I deefnd the inmate again Prisoners "We've been granting all

convalescence. I 1 Lake City. Mrs. Harry Livingston of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller and sons of Lake City were veloper. (Most of the InfIghtIng wwho testified! against ( Engaged kinds of relief", declaredSen.
I Mrs. Leona Deas of Montgomery Tulsn. Okla. were Sunday to aliened the wedding of Miss Sunday dinner guests of Mr. bas Ibeen between; Cross Brooks 'in the riot trial may AndrewsMr. J. Emory: Cross, D-
Among those attending the I Ala. was a guest of Wednesday visitors of Mr. and' Linda I<:aye Malphurs to Virgil and Mrs. McRae $'. and Peck, who have been run.: also be used again |To John Gainesville, "we will haveto

FEA convention in Miami over Mr. and Mrs. J. G. JacksonI Mrs. Mark Williams Dougherty on Sunday after- ;Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson nlngmaitea. In: several previous and Mrs. R. C. Cart- find seme'place to replace -
the weekend :Mrs.: A.I last week. Mrs. J. E. Wilson had as at the Alachua Metho- were in Social
were noon and grandchildren elections. Saunders a progea- SecurityRepresentative wright of Cleveland:!, Tenn. announce it. The income tax
I I I Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. dist Church.Mr. Savannah. Qa. on Sunday slve young businessman was the engagement of -
I f'rrr'f George K. Bennett of Orlando. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. also in the race two years ago. their daughter, Esther Pearl, is a fair tax, he said.

Now I Mr and Mrs. W. T. Weeks of visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Walker and J. L. Woods. (Candidates for other raceson Sets Hours Here to John Harold Andrews, son Reprinted from
9 Open I Tallahassee and Dr. and Mrs.J. /ndrews in Jacksonville Sat- Mrs. Guy Sale, Miss Delia the ballot are: of Mr. and Mrs. Reddish R.
.... W. Brownlee of Starke. urday afternoon. Rosenberg, Mrs. J. E. Hardy US. Senator: Leroy Collins( Ralph L. Fontana, a representative Andrews of Starke. TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT
",. 'They attended the Memor'sl Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Stith and Mrs. J. D. Warren, Mrs. P. W Earl Faircloth, Sam Foor, and of the Gainesville Aug.! 23: 1967
rp Service at Crosby Lake Ceme- family of Valdosta. Ga. were Strickland Mrs. V. J. Speng- Richard Lafferty. Social Security Office will be Miss Cartwrlgnt is a grad-
:,vvsw Gainesville'sfirst I visiting Mrs. Stith's parents, ler Mrs. Maurce WIngate and 'Supreme Court, Group It in Starke, at the Agriculture uate of Bradley. Central' High r Vote For

.' exclusive shop 3' I teryMrs.. Eollne Smith and Mr. Mr. And :Mrs L. P. Dinkins, Mrs. A, O. Loudon, of the Joe Boyd, Richard H. Cooper, Building each Monday and Fri- School Cleveland. She .attended -
attended Sam Smith. day at 9:30: ( A.M.'for' the pur- the University ,of Ten-
Rowe and Starke Woman's Club
and Mrs. Jimmy over the weekend.Mr. PECK
Hta. for the Mother-to-be\ f, children of Sanford returned and Mrs. Nick Selbert the FFWC luncheon and Supreme Court Group 2: pose of conducting social ee- nessee and was a member of ED'
Rob- James C. Adklns Jr., Woodle curlty business. the 1967 graduating class of
I Sunday from a week's visit convention at the Hotel
of Satsuma were Sunday visitors Persons who desire to make! Hospital State Senate, Dist. 7 j|I
e' on A. Lllea. East Tennessee Baptist -
Full line of with Mr. and Mrs. Tom SmithIn ert Meyer in Jacksonville
Suffolk Va. of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wednesday.Mr. Supreme Court, Group 3: applications! for social security School of Nursing In I (Paid Political Ad) \
Thompson Jr. Vassar B. Carlton Hal P. retirement or survivors bene- .1.1I
e and Mrs. Marc Jackson 'I
Wear Weldon Brantley of Melrose
Maternity i Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- B. B. DekJe. fits, secure social security account -
visited Mr. and Mrs.
1 ItM-AAVli \ I was admitted to the Starke Ice Jr. of New Orleans, La. Buchanan in Ocala over the Florida Public Service Commissioner numbers or get any I (CAPB 'iod 'pd)
Nursing Home. spent the first of the week : Harvey H. Baker, other social security informa-
;, Lingerie j jnm Nelson Ritch of Hialeah is with Mrs. Brownlee Sr., and weekend., Their with daughter her grAnd-Melissa Robert C. Brand, Jess Yar- tion are invited to seethe rep- J.UOddflS 7J1 aioA unoA axviDajwjv:: TIIM idm&opeaj
visiting his grandmother Mrs. stayed resentative at the time of his
; Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. brough.
r Mrs. H. E.
r Bathing Suits I parents, Mr. and
Carrie Ritch, this week. Candidate visit. paouauadH'M ;
\\itt. Carl Hurst's word Is his Smith in Willlston.! Republican {

Sportswear ., Labon Scogtdns will! returnto : bond he will not renege on Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall and In the Republican primary, by notified and required to pre -x3 a Ila xv JL :,1n0 AJI9UOI88IUIUI03 2u9aatoad! ;
I" ,1 his home in Zebulon, Ga his word or promise.Mr. of Alarhua were visiting also set for May 2, Herman Bent any claims' and demand
+ weeks' sons W. Goldner and Edward J. which you, or aitner or you, ...no ;>
Dresses after three
this weekend! \ Jig u01dwax3' 1
:' v : and Mrs. tt. L. Spengler I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacksonon may have affalnnt the estate or pea1sawoH A a10.rdI
:: : visit with his son and family, of St. Augustine spent the Sunday. Gurney are seeking' the nomInation HENRY PISARSALU deceased.

:(trm;::7 Open 9:30: to 5:30: Mr. and Mrs C. R Scoggins. weekend with Maj. and Mrs.V. Mrs. M. H. Sheppard of David for L.U.S.McCain Senator.: and Ellis! County late of Judge mid of County Bradford, to County the I I: .L::>m.LSla j.
Richard May Florida, hi office In the
I MI' and Mrs J. Spengler. They were all Brunswick, Ga. was Sunday to at .
line S. Rubin are competing for the court house of said County at ,
I 1 III! Monday thru Saturday: ot Jacksonville attended the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Wednesday guest of Mr. and I Supreme Court, Group 2. Starke, Klurlda, within six : k 1unoJ: ;t''
,II*. I funeral of Richard and Roy's and Mrs. J. C. Dukes on Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Hardy.Mr. Martial (Marti) DesRochesand calendar rt the first months publication from the of time thin
I'H: I mother Mrs. Irene Thomas, of R. L. Spengler's birthday. and Mrs. Mark Herlong I Ray C, Osborne seek the notice. Each claim or demand ,
nn<. I Gainesville! in Crosby Lake Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and family of Jacksonvillewere nomination for Public Service shall ho In writing, and shall and
o-f residence
state the
place
tit EXPECTANTLYYOURS Cemetery Tuesday afternoon.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs J. T. Law- Monday evening? visitorsof Commissioner. pOHt office address or the claimant SHOE mm "

...J:> and Mrs. Comer Perry- son were in Gainesville Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- the, rlaliiuint and .Khnll t, l h hiM i> sworn agent to his bv. f'
!! man of Jacksonville spent the day afternoon visiting Mrs. attorney, and any aifh vlalm or I i
TOG University ,I weekend with Mrs. E. K Fer Jerry Gay in the Alachua long.Mr.. and Wrs. Franklin Huntof 6th Local V u....mann nut HO filed Hhall be : '

ryman. General Hospital, and Mrs. St. Augustine and Mr. and lllA,lph PeHrnnllA d
w Gainesville Carl Hurst It '1'ruthful'l Paul Under hi 11 in the Medical Mrs. Bernard Hunt of Bonifay .* fXTiicnr. f>.f the.' T....HI! Will a//
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Honcht and Loyal. I visited their mother, Mrs. Man Dies HRXRV PKAHSALI: deceased.as .
Henrietta Hunt, in Bradford I 4t 5-23--: -

Center.'i i County Hospital over the I e'vaigYYtiaaM4.Y.' ,, .,aY -.
1 weekend.
_ Archie Green of Chicago, In Vietnam
( kJj 111. was visiting his mother i I 1knnce Gftsr

Mrs. L. J. Green last Wednes- j
= -! day to Sunday.Mr. I j [Continued From Page Onel! For Mom.

c and Mrs. Lex Green .
killed last August 4, and Cpl
:* i, and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis san-I Arthur Broxton Jr., 34, was

Hu 1 <&ers! of Starke, and Mr. killed June 2, 1966. Blackshear r VA *Ss '
,. 1tdII Itp..t\o\ R. A. Oreen II and Permari -,and Crews belonged to the I ==ysSSSS T
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!! ,) !I Roberts of Gainesville! 173rd"Airborne Brigade. 0Jea

: A Jrh ', attended the wedding of Bill! Three of the six, Blackshear, ,
Green to Diane Vlgllone at Crews, and Nail lived at

\\\tRS\ 1'the State Street Baptist Kingsley Lake. s
I Church Cayce S. C. on Sat- W G E
27 Mrs.
urday nlgth April
s AY Lex Green and Mrs. Sanders Bids Asked

and son, Lex went to Spart-
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liiburg.!! S. C. on Wednesday
.II. Af last week to leave Lex with
.. On Courthouse
fre ; his grandparents, Mr. and

Mrs. Curtis Sanders Sr. for ,

s weekend
the
.. r SPORTSWEAR\ Carl Hunt runs only his )Continued From Page One! >tir

.. own rare and office. evidence interview witnesses, id
Mrs T. D. Stroud and Mrs. or any other purpose. I r Q
: By Mildred Ford of Jacksonville The two courtrooms are designed OtJ ISt t Mi 1 I fa ''cr
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of Mrs.J. } yl >
.. were weekend guests identically, except for i
m FrayneCatalina H. Fields. the number of seats 80 in r q\

.. I Mrs. N. L. Woodburn was the circuit courtroom and 60 Vh C !! J .
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and L
) / visiting her son-in-law in the county. it will be psool- J 4 4"Tex'ua
t daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Keith ble to speed the court termsup
r /v Reeves, in Winter Park the during busy times by utilizing .' ;
: RussBobbie first of the week. both at once. Rito" push-buttons give you the right

.. i! Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe of George said he has sent speed fcr 7 different actions, from whip to liquefy ,' ',- 1
; Brooks Tampa were weekend visitors about 20 copies of plans for 1 \

of Mrs O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J the courtroom layout to parties Clcvarleaf shaped, 5-cup container is so designed

: p ; % Personal I II W. Klncald. who have heard of the new i to f feed food (into) whirlpool.action blucles 'for tp
<< .7 ij I Mrs Eugene Tanner, Mrs. design from talk among the 4 tirnos up to
Charles more Lfending '
Mrs. o'ficiancy.
: Aileen I Ic Robert Sapp. judges. I I
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Sawyer, Mrs Harold Godwin George's 61 pages of plans
{ c Whlffen of 2-p: ; &' and Mrs. Wayne also Include the refinishing of own sullen: ::;; fjrip:
: White StagStrawberry the Junior Woman's Club attended 44 seats in the present court I. to fit tichy.:; !! pageSelfcesnir
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.. Junior Day on Mondayat room for Installation ilthe !

k //7 iL.f ; Patch the FFWC Convention HotelIn at County Commission room on I, :; :7! Cleans, iSeI5: I! in seconds<< : no dire: parts s l
"'..- the George Washington the first floor of the new to codn'or! : :e.
.-. ..\. : Jacksonville.! courthouse. I tills 01ondof
.. .. Albert Kruse and George Offices used most; by the with
: Kruse of Miami were guests public the sheriff, tax assessor I 1
!( i. FREEr : of Mr. and: < Mrs.Randall Chism and collector and clerk, will; CLAIROL KINDNESS

fir Y I ballet k .. and family last; Friday night be on the first floor to provide '
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"b. and Saturday.Mr. easy access for the public. The
"'III i :.. i.+ and Mrs Richard C. second floor will house the Setter

t Williams! and family of New county's greatly! expanded
Port Richey were weekend legal facilities.A I
Monogramming ; In
Minikingsi f [just 10 minutes get4'v
; Robert
guests of Mr. and Mrs. plaque honoring the coun- I
.. the
i by perfect set you
Barksdale.Mr. ty's veterans will be erected at
: Burlington k 'mss and Mrs Eugene Tan- the flag pole site not far from tta, want. No lotion, no

i s, ner and family spent Sundayat the fountain. F WffA, *NyS water .tha new easy

t* r"i (May 1st! thru ra St. Augustine.Carl Base bid for the courthouse elacrric'' way to set your
Hurst runs! only his will Include alternates for a $29.99 rapes'| kjiTrGENERAL .
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g pee I a May Ith) own rare and office. sprinkler system and for pav- 4*
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: of Mr. and
Tom Titus son ing the drives and parking:
Mrs. Bryce C. Titus of Starke, lots to circle the building.The : .
]Make it very was on the Dean's List; for the Commission agreed to

/ winter quarter at the Schoolof give away the former AmerIcan
i S I n personal for ;ar y/s x Journalism and Communications Legion building, locatedon

a e Mother '., University of Florida. the proposed site, to any- i 4m44j
a 1 Mr and Mrs. Lavon Alvarezof one who will move it and also
'! on her )Day.Purity ftaal} ba Orlando were weekend set a meeting date of Thursday '1 .

: 2 great seamless styles guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. O. R. May 9. with the State c'-'
Alvarez Sr. Road Department district en- '
I / were 99c pre Mrs. Gladys Weldon visited gineer in Lake City to work

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Weldon in out plans involving drainageof '....

Ie Now77c $4 Lake Thursday.City Wednesday and water onto U. S. 301.


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4T nO.VTOHAIN BAPTIST ELEOT23S3TGASTEC:
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M Rally Set CHURCH: STARKE AUT MAT z PF SO AL
Sunday School, 10 a.m. : .
One week only! :r Friday Night Horning Worship, 11 a.m. 'P PTC'V-
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Training Union 6 p.m. Eve-
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several Meeting, Wednesday. 7 p.m. r ,
of holding vlcs
M I of line underscores the femininity practice
JI1IIItro} J rallies at different; points in,
In th. 1'oiirt, of the OmntrJu : high lift pc>r>-ur!> airion W'M, ,: ?; -as, ,f. Y
M (! /.1) of this soft-shirt. Bermuda Collar, the county. :* ri ;
.. Two unofficial rallies ha.vebeen I la Pmbttte.In .tL n.:, ? "out{ sumo I ot' -e. IV, ;i'Jre. in oJ sat wish:
:; roll sleeves. White and pastels: 28 to held in the county one I re: Estate of ,'. tray aad ;::.IC.i ",.._.,"c, ..u." Eertieas:' ; 'su''y; *nuL
HENRY: PERMAL. De-" ped deal f ;,, .1oI..J '
'ieiclbility.
-: 38. at Brooker and one in Reno- To All 'r..ltora. sad Prronllnvlnv i f'us ,
.. but _Attracted only small Claim. or Demands : u-' J L- M /. .,. p.rti 8 labor
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MAY 2, 1968 BRADFORD COTTNTT .,TBMB' ( rm._ HTARK14! FLOflllMC __ __ Krrtlnne One rAn Tl rGLADYS
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s Y.i Miss Linda DeVore John R Adkins Cadette Scout I District Three I the saint is for named.which the Starkechurch I Birthday .Party

{i. I Are : United' In Lawtey Baptist I? Church" Investiture r .Meeting Held \rifle Diocesan President Mrs. Att Godwin ;Home

Held WednesdayCadette At St. Mark's Charles Norton,,' of Jacksonville -
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r /The cigHf member. ot. the -
Miss Linda Darlene DoVore, iiiir 'I Introduced Rev;' Eugene1Puyte
I K -n daughter of Mr1, and Mrs.! J: V' Scouts of Troop; 608 District 'rhr".:!. Episcopal :. whb' spoke1' to the" delegates Methodist llrst!\: grade" Class
D DeVore of Lawtey, and held their annual Investiture I rtit i'i'n Churchwomen Diocese ofFlor- of his reason' for choos- were? enterta.lned".at. a Jourt

MOOTYPhone' John B. Adkins., son of the Service and Court of Awards Ida held its spring meeting'at ing the ministry: Rev. lIar l- birthday party last Thursday
1 i late Mr. and Mrs Edward: S. 'soh told of the ''work of "The
their
96J-7603 in a candlelightlng ceremony St. Mark's Episcopal Churchon afternoon, the home of
. 1, Adkins S1of Heilbronn Wednesday 'night in St. Edward's Wednesday. April, 24,' with :Keed-Meeters"; of Holy Comforter Godwin..
SpWngd!I Ivere, united In: mar- in Tallahassee. teacher Mrs Henry
> : Parish Hall, more than 00 delegated and 12 A. question .
rix&econ April 6 at 7 p. m In ",' c{ l.w Father. Joseph Fltzglbbonopened1 qI clergymen attending District) I and answer period followed with Mrs Jack Eaveassist!
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l 'the '''FtfstT'Baptlst Church, In the Three consists of 18 parishesIn ) ant teacher, as co-hostes .
Lawt 'y. Olefin Lawhon ceremony with r r "I '
Rev prayer and an Inspiring talk, this area Luncheon was served in the The 15 youngstersr,, Including
" e, +1t i\J4tof:1l'ri'Le'j' the double ring f J followed by a flag ceremony by '*f ; i'I Light refreshments were ser- parish house where spring seven visitors, enjoyed gamesin
1' ceremoitA ''itne Scouts. I ved during the registration i flowers and greenery were the'' yard and were': servedcake
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Ij. centering\, the altar was atbranched userT In decorating
n { tl candelabra with to Mrs. Bill Costello welcomed i '<1" > pulod stalling at 9:30.: The Following the luncheon, a punch, and ice _,cream.
, 1w _'burning*white tapers flankedby l ? I > M1 ar Seleeta Hall and Beverly r.,_.' program began with a celebra business meeting was held They also received party fav'
pedestal-: baskets of white y ,Strunk into the troop, and';! m.- I, ,xw tlon of Holy Communion by with District Three Vice ors.
gla'difill.Thums, pompoms and I they were awarded member l .! I7.Y the Venerable Fred 6 Yelkea; President, Mrs. W. B Weaver, .
p pL gr 1'ryr:; ship plus; which were pinnedon Archdeacon of the Diocese: of I of Gainesville, presiding A
t. I A program of nuptial music by their mothers. McBurnettStarlingMr Florida, assisted by Rev' special report was given by

I If f was 'presented' by Mrs W. F r Stella Jane Costello, Janine and Mrs, C. E. McBurn- James Hardlson, Holy com-I Mrs. James Fletcher of inter- Carl Hurst will give you "
f Moore, pianist and Mi's Ver- Gay: Carol Richards Kelly nett of Jacksonville announcethe foiter. of Tallahassee I lachen, chairman of Diocesan around the clock protection
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Pnottrnedatsh\ sotoist.a Richards.and Pearle Wolfred engagement and approaching occasion of St Mark's Day'',! Christian-Social Relations. I and no sign off at 12:01: ... m.
, < WltW'Cartel'< ) Jr. served hisbrtfthMMlVilaw participated In the 'rededlcatlon marriage of ,their
as best man.[' ,: ceremonies,
orchid ; daughter Sheila Lynn, to
. UshefS' were Lloyd Crawford pink cOle ge Badges earned during the Robert Glen Stalling son of '
Fallowing the ceremony, a -- -.
and-f Johnnie DeVore, brother year were awarded as follows: Mr and Mis. Leon( !Starlingof :: kGQ4ku. '
reception was held In the I
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PN'the brl'Je.Mite. Stella Jane CostelloAnimal Lawtey
'i+xP church educational building.Mrs. .
t Jasper Byrd attended I Kingdom. badges in birds Insects The wedding will take place
tH# bride as matron of honor, Daniel, Massey greeted water life, reptile and May 18 at 8 p. m in Allandale
Pictured at open house Wedneiday a fem are rum tfttlfreUMn! a. floor length gown guests at the door and'' presented -! amphibian; Clerk, Music-mak Baptist Church, Jacksonville

left): T. C. Davidson, son-ln-luw of tM11r; Prck'f Mid Cocotnlse, 'of'yellow chiffon over yellow them to the receivingline er Handywoman and Pets. The bride-elect Is a graduateof
Mr. and Mrs. Peck, and Mrs. Davldho'n." x"t 'satlrfc'Her tulle veil was at- Janine Gay--Collector.! Animal Paxon Senior High School E W
t I tached-to a yellow satin halo The bride's table was cover Kingdom, In birds insects, water and is employed by Prudential 115.:
Cocomise Home Scene Of Open House' 'and she carried a long stemrmed'yellow ed with a white cloth comple life reptiles and amphi- Insurance Co. I
rose with fern andMue : mented with silver wedding bian. Seleeta Hall Family The bridegroom-elect is a
For Mr. And Mrs. Edwin I i .Peck streamers. bells The table was centered Living Homemaker, Clerk, An- graduate of Bradford High
Misses Irene and Linda Ad- with a three-tiered: wedding imal Kingdom In birds, mam- School and Is serving In the Whether it's a family affair, din- I ''
Mrs. Loyree Cocomise held I Punch bowls were placed at kins. sisters of the groom, served cake topped with a bride and .nals, and water life: Carol U. S. Navy.
. open house at her home Wed-,' during the afternoon were as bridesmaids, wearing groom. The table also held a RichardsClerk, Homemaker. All lends and': ,, relatives are ner for two, or a business:! engagement ,..
nesday afternoon from three Mrs. A. J Barry, Mrs Ervin floor length gowns of light crystal punch bowl encircled Animal Kingdom> in bird invited to attend.Refreshments .
to six o'clock honoring: Mr. Andrews, Mrs T T. Long, blue chiffon over blue satin. with ivy. Beverly Strunk-Clerk, Home- you can relax and \

and Mrs. Ed Peck of Qaines- Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Har- Their tulle veils were attachedto I Miss Helen Gasklns cut the maker, Animal Kingdom In were served In leave the servir.'jf to us. .- '
ville. ry Oruen. Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. blue satin halos and each bride's cake and Mrs. Robert birds, mammals and water the parish hall following the 't
Mrs J. W KIncaid greeted Olin Whit.-, Mrs U a. Powell. carried a long stemmed yellowrose I McClellan presided at the life. Pearle Wolfred Animal program.

guests on the terrace and intl'oduced Mrs S. L. Peek Sr., Mrs. E. L. with fern and yellow punch bowl. Mrs, W. L Carter Kingdom in birds mammals
them to the receivingline Matthews, and Mrs Charles satin streamers Jr kept the bride's book, and and water life, reptiles and ReameQuinnMr. Ask Those Who Dine Here About Our
composed of Mrs Coco 'Schmitt, Mrs. Titus Olson was Teresa DeVore sister of the amphibian.The .
miss, Mr. and Mrs Ed Peck, In charge of the dining room. Vide, served as flower grllp-V' Robert assisting Norman In st'rvlnqwere and Mis. Obed Mrs.I coveted Scout of the and Mrs. W. T. Reame,
and Mr. and Mrs Terry C. Assisting as floor hostesseswere wore a floor length yellow satin Pauley. Year Award judged by a point of Staike, announce the engagement I Delicious Buffet
Davidson son-in-law and I Mrs. Fred Oraudon, Mrs. !gown with a tulle veil attachedto system which the girls them- of their daughter,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lelia Mundy, Mrs. Nate !)yal. a yellow halo. Daniel Massey The bride is a graduate of selves help to detetermine Wanda, to Robert Quinn, son SERVED DAILY
Peck Mrs. Peggy Shaller, Mrs. II. nephew of the groom, Bradford High School and Is went to Stella Jane Costello. rf Mr. and Mrs. James Quinnof
Intervals on the patio, and the Howard O'Steen Mrs Russell served as ring bearer. employed by the Florida. Bur- A special musical program, Starke.
tea table In the dining room Eberle, and Mrs Eldon Kim- The bride, given In marriageby eau in Gainesville The groom based;! on partial requirements The wedding will be an TWO HOT ENTREES
was overlaid with an Italian mons. her father wore a floor Is employed by McCowan Developers for the Muslcmakers badge, event of Saturday, May 11. at Lunch l Buffet $$1.25
cutwork cloth centered with length gown of white satin with also in Gainesville TWO VEGETABLES
2 Calvary
Among the guests were Mis was presented Troop singingwas p. m. m Baptist
an antique silver soup tureen Finley Cannon Jr., Mrs. R. K deep yoke of imported;! lace, They are residing at 424 IV.' accompanied by Carol Church. Staike. All friends 11:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m.
holding pink and red roses. Quekemeyer, Miss Earline Bo- embroidered with pearls and Cherry St., Starke.Elementary Richards and Pearle Wolfredat I and relatives are Invited.Mr. ASSORTED SALADS
Arrangements of yellow die Mr and Mrs. Terry David- crystal bead: Her veil was attached the organ Beverly Strunkat Quinn Is stationed at

and Tropicana roses were used son, and Mr, and Mrs J. D. to jeweled petals and PTAThe the piano, and Kelly Rich- Eglln Air Base near Pensacola ROLLS BUTTER Dinner Buffet $1.75TEA
I In the party rooms. Williams, all of Gainesville. I she carried orchids and carnations ards 'on the trumpet. A poem

-- I Stark Elementary PTA was read' by Seleeta Hall, accompanied Altar SocietySt. COFFEE
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5:00: p.m.to !0:00):
Mrs DeVore chose for her' meeting will be. postponedfrom by Kelly Richardson p.m.
Mrs. Fred Peden Ji.: second high by Mrs O. L. daughter's wedding a beige May 7 to 14 due to the I the bugle, and all troop I I :Edward's.!: Altar Society ,..
Beasley; traveling prize members closed the will hold installation of offi-
by singing, :
Hostess ForBridgeLuncheon Mrs. J. E. Wilson: and bingo 'I''I't'w suit with matching primary election I program. I cers on Wednesday. tttttt' 9, M

by Mrs. S, L Peek. Sr. and, she wore a 7:30: p. m in the Parish Hall.merry I

Guests included Mrs. Terwll r n, o
Mrs. Fred T. Peden Jr was legar, Mrs. E L Matthews, Address d r '-'t
hostess at a bridge luncheonlast Mrs Beasley Mrs. Klncaid al
month of
:Friday the Pecan Room Mrs. Ruby Johns Mrs. John Nours .
of the Garden Restaurant for Sanders; Mrs, Peek. Mrs. Harry .. f "
friends from Jacksonville, Hatcher, Sr., Mrs. Wilson, I t
Kinwley,Lakeland, Starke.. Mrs. Ouy. Andrews Mrs T.' H. 1 1 f P ti
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid enter- Slade Mrs L T. Gay; Mrs. C. Sj'GA
tamed with a number of piano A Knight, Mrs. H H. Adams:
selections during the social Mrs. M. O Wells of Tavares ; i '

hour as the guests were arriv- and Kingsley Lake, and Mrs
ing Carl Leavitt of Jacksonville.

The dining table was centered ..

with a spring arrangementof Mrs. Evelyn Haney VRES S ?
pink mums asters, daisy .
Elected ll
mums,,baby breath, and Dutch President .
iris, accented with pastel butterflies Of BPW Club ,
There were ident- II I
ical arrangements throughoutthe Mis.Evelyn Haney was elected t./, NEW II I
room. president! of the Starke SWIMSUlTg I I

Following the luncheon, BPW Club at a meeting held S SPECTACULAR
three progressions of bridge Thursday. April 33, at the .
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were enjoyed. High score was home of Mrs Bea Kimmons /

won by Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegar on Brooklyn Lake; Up and away to a new season of sun fun!
Other officers elected this
at Come see the exciting new styles for '68 in
time were: Lillian Pearson, J '
SERVICE.:: SCHEDULEST. 1st vice president; Ruth Hancock 99I one-two-and three piece from sheaths

I EDWARD'S CHURCH 2nd vice president; Dean CARPS $ .& rl to bikinis in fit, colors and fabric that
Starke Rhoden, corresponding secretary { FASHION ..
now.while selections
right for Come In :
I Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. : Sybil Brasewell record- cl are you.
Thursday Mass 6:30: p. m. ing secretary; and Bea Klm- \ WINNERS'J w are greatest t !
Miraculous Medal Novena.
:
I mons; treasurer.
j I Saturday. 7,p. m.Oonfesaionar World Affairs Chairman
5 p. m. and 7 Desta Dyal is collecting used I $6
.p. m. CHURCH.Keystone eyeglasses to be !sent'to an eye > r h To $8.99 .
--ST. WHAiAAPB\ .
clinic in' ColumbIa; Sduth '
Height*. r Amerfca u'p'r
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. Plans were made for the Installation -, {
Compare at $8.99 to $ rO.99
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and 9:00: a m.Wednesday Dinner ,to be held :4i

: Mass and Novena Thursday. May 9, at the home _
7 p. m. i fIr-
of Mrs. Dyal on 'Hampton "-
-&T. MABYB' CHURCH +
Macclenny.Siinda Lake. PETITES JUNIORS MISSES: HALF SIZES ; 1 '.- {
_- Maw! 11:30: a m I
'My Fair Lady'Will '
-_. May Is Dress Month at Carp ... and' Fabulous is tile word for W Real 1 1 4 4v
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Be Theme Fashion Winners, each and very one of these pretty new Summer dresses

'THE SOUTHSIDE I Of May Breakfast I nc'oc'in9' many styled and made in California. There are styles and

CHURCH OF CHRIST : 4 fabric for dress.. styles and fabrics for casual wear ..;it's an exciting ,

r' I "My Fair Lady" will i be the I collection M. M como in and pick up extra style I extra'value at Carps.
Invites YOU theme of the, May Breakfast! : ,
held-Wednesday.: May 8, at"12: % : I ,' J f --rp

To ,Hear, I'noon at the Starke Woman's : !
presidentsof <<
Club' honoring past
THE GOSPEL the club, and members1 of ,- j' ,,p i''I_ '
the Junior Woman's: Club and! ;s J 1 4c .

OF .CHRIST Little Mrs:Women.Bill Jenkins or Jacksonville -' I 1' :tiFi4r' I .b ,rvvt

3:30: .Sunday. Morning District Four direc

.WPXE' Radio Dial 1490 tor-elect, will be Installing officer t
I .. '! for th "new board. R y. Y 1 i t.. '
Worship Service Mrr. L. A. Canova will be In 1 AF Ftk" + r :
'' and .., .
charge of the'program
Sunday, 11:00: A.M.
Cocomlie will serve! r
Mrs Loyree
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:- Bible'Study Sunday as mistress of ceremonies The I ; ; kpilsft i ,4 7rt t ,
Breakfast la 'under the direction t : :
10A'.MT: and" Pit.South : k"
of Mrs. J, D. Warren, soc .. I 'r I n
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Mi. US 30JL ial chairman: and htr.. committee s ti ,
3 an
n. 1 as A t ; 3 x ?
r '
I Members are"urged to con-I a sj ;,,1 ""A 4 I yryat 1
tact Mrs. J. H. DuPre. ticket S t t' i rr i J
chairman, by1 Monday for reservations N t. '
THE'BRADFORDCOL'NTY : 'or tickets may' be ,
TELEGRAPH obtained from Mrs Guy Sale ; "u' j1 r I1 tNu l4 I ,

,;Published! every Thursday ''at'Leila's or Mr, G. 'S. New- ,: ''sit =_ _f;

at 138 WV Call St. comb at Eagle's.Juniors 1

SUrke. :PI*. 82091
To MeetThe 'a -, .x d +1r
,Second" class postage paid < y
.at Starke, Fla. Junior Woman's Club s y
Subscription Rat.*: will m Monday; May'7.: at 8 +
I p. m. when'all' annual\ reports
In trade area: '4.00 per ,
from the chairmen will be '
year, $2.25 six months. I given. Hostesses'' for the meeting . ii: T A;
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Outside trade. area: f50 I will be Mrs. Harold Godwin '
year 13.50 'att month and Mrs: 'J. M. Edwards < ,
,per ; _
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B. L. Matthews, editor and The>> executive board 'will j' : -

publisher meet at 7. p." m. .

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t I Srctlon 1 fate Four __ BRADFORD CBtTNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA' TIHJItSDAY. MAY 2. 1008P0 _
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Notlra of Application ty, Florida In the Courthouneat Area Vocational Technical Center $00.00 plug 4 per cent sales tax. bond Issued by tho Surety Company ,
for '!'8. l>r..l Starke. Florida, within HX| Starke Florida If tha plans and Bpeclflratlnimit McenxfM to do busIness. In ,
Set lUl.lfl. V.It.! calendar, month.. from the tlrat at which time bids. will be opened returned ,In good ;conditions I Florida and< listed by the Tnltotl .,
: NO'l'I<.'b: I IIII licit: BUY: : O1VN.I publication of this notice.. Koch, and read. aloud.. Any bids. within five ((5)) days after receipt Stated. Treusury D..plu'lmont. .UM
I Hi. .it Mr. (CHI I H n r t.. n clalm..r clenuiiid. must be. tnwrltitntf "received. after the specified, time of bids. the refund l will (Ra'c'optal.Io.' for Kill( .per. i ..nt ..f Keep
tI... huldur of the following ami niuut mate Lbs date will not be considered.' be $30,00, plus tax. D"po 'ltchcckn the contract price: within I'-n
.,mi kales Han, flld nil.Id certltlntf place of ri"M'iic, and. \"unt of- 1..1 specifications. and con Rhall. fan made payable to ((10) days Httfr belli* sW8,' ': *.* foi a lux Ueeil to bit Iri- I'lce .addi'HHn. of Hie cluiinantnml document. may. be examined the Architect. .the contract. Sitlil bond, ftuarant ,
uinl 11'1' '>''. Tim* curt I fixate II ItCh' bo ,worn. to by, I Hit In the office of Don flMO'aItfl C. Peparata' Oiled for ilruwln "'lnff, the .pnrloi.'nmrifi* imiuitni. ,h
nuiiiliorH" mid, yenra, of iNHuunco. ,clalrnlilit Ills lucent.. or" lilH, "Ituinvy. t. '. Architect 2201 Klnnal I CII or page nt Hpedrii( I 'utl..iiH of .MHhi... omt.. ..)hi.,"II. .Lau 1 Cold (ulby ttJEROME JOHNS
1 t Ii. ilnm. 'rliiilon I I I of the propoIty or I II I will l bi'uoma voidticcuidlnif l icy, AvHiiue, OrniiK'' Park Florida may l h.. piiri-hHxed.. from, the the Contractor.
anti. the niimpn In which' It WUMUHHCHHrtl I I to law. .
ONll. aH follow: Architect an follows (no ro- No blililer may withdraw hlnbid .
are UK. follows: Wllniin, II. 'I'nrltnnWUyHON .. ,
1. ) W. lodge Corporation fund ,
) fur period of thirty (no)
'a
Uertiflcata No. 27 I F. TAIU.'I'ONAdmlnl..trntor Flurldu. ckUH
JnckBonvlllo
Year of lummnre. 1UOOn \ of I the, I KHtate of Room.alll..e..vlll. DruwliKm: $1.110 per sheet days. after Hi" data. Hut for ,
.'wilptlon' of Properly N .1. 1'. Titrltnn.I d"'rt'HHed.lOtlK'irin .. 2. nnlnenvllle.. Plan phut 4 per" cent tux.Spenlflcatlunrr opening thcrftnf.
Florida.a. i will be reqistre.I CommissionerDI
: I The Cimtmotor County
4"7
nn'ir, ..r 1 nmr I mock a in Law- K. SIlHW Plan Room, $10< per page .
Daytona Bench to c-iimplcte said projectwithin
plUM 4 per cent tax." I.
M.V w of Ry. KI'OENK: I.'. H1IAW Tluytona Hench) .Florldil.PLAN .. Notes the time. net forth In ma
Muni'' In which UHHCBHec) Cllfliin .
142Veet !Cull StIh'PtMi ANn IIPEt'IFICA'l'iONPUOCVIPMFN'i'i TRlCT 3
bid. i
t All requests. For plum anal ,
N I I'loVlUtMl /
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I i"f miiU iiropnrty( lieliiK" In a I Id' Klnli.liiAiii AdmlnlHtrntor86 specification. Bnpurato. mhcitMof rim, xuvcoxxrti,) bidder.. If any.
'iiu) r.unity. or Hiiulioni"' .''', HUUit 0''niHfor 4t /IS-IB A. lenerul ContractomUpon: drawings or PIIKCM of Hnoclricntionn will be notified. within five ((6rtityn )
Plorltln1'nlonH rennimt' SlId receipt o-t fUO.MU.. nhnll be iriudo.. through ufter. Iho bid lit accepted.The .. TRANSPORTATION TO POLLS
Hiic-b certlflrnln or .I'nrtlflrMitcfi phi.. 4 per rent NHlriH' IlIx. d. the office ot the Architect Roiird of Pul.llc} Instriso, ,Lion.
: I I pIlls II he rviloomcMl., nc001 M'Trt IJNotice posit fir General Contractor, two Each l bid l. HhiiU hn ,accompaniedby of Bradford l Comity(. Florida re-
'illn,a to I law(I tlm propertydiwriliotl IM hcioliv. .given that' ((2) wt. of plan. and upeciricutlrn a cIlMhl....'" rheck or bid<< serves the right to reject, any Phone 964-7362 9645070I
CCII led lililH. will I I I l>c rocelvecl liv wll1)0 forwarded. If and to waive any
)' In mull, tpi't IrI.-.ota or nnd all bids
bond In the amount or I C; per
,
Inntructlonof
he Bold I the thc Iliwrcl nt I'ubllc plann and peclflcatlon are returned Informnlltlefl.THI3 .
? will to
3 rtirU'nt H bid payable to the
,. Florida, at with. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE & SUPPORTpd.
hlR-hi'Ht, bldrtJ-r nt the oourt hounw iniirifortl" founty In nood condition "on.'r3fotfhe Public Instruction ofBradford nOARH OP PUBWClNsTrtt'c'rIoN
.the firm Monday In the office of the Superintendentof 'n ) days after receiptof -
i door on IXt: \ County, Florida an !
InBtriirllon of Bradford will berefunded.
of 1(188( which IH. Public full deposit COUNTY,
;Month' June evidence of Kood faith andguaranteeing BRADFORD
'. V O Box 9311.) ( pol. adv.)
dav of .lune. J9ll.Tinted ) ) Cnnim' FIoRIDAThomall
the 3rd .
SLIt rlu. Florida' "I|> to 7:30: p. H. Sub-Contractors.. Vendors that the micceimriilbidder
til's! 16th lay of April
.. furnlHh 1.. fnsey Jr.,
of May execute and
m. (PST) "n tIt 'lay eto: Far plan and epeclfliatlons will
ti: 1905 onutrucllon r>fPhHHc vendor the Board of Public Instructionof SuperintendentR2
HI:', IfitIS! for thc i to sub-contractor -
:_ _ rtTATI' .!I A. nAIUlY Two Hriidford Ln iOiTIjt'r1, ,, etc.. the! deposit will be Bradford County Florida a .It 5-18
4_ Clc,' of Olri'iilt Court of ...
; ., V _ Hrn-lfonl Count. Florida, I
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__________________ ton Deccamd.NOTIOR .
... : TO mEnlTOHS
All crcditnrH. of tile estate of
J. P. TARI.TON. dcoeftseil.. ore
hereby notified and required. to
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file c-liilmH' or demands. -
which any they may. have 'na-nlnHt( I MEN WANTED Laundry I FOR SALEAzaleas.. shrubbery -
said .estate In the office of the clerks. Five day week, eight geraniums Big Boy and

I._ Coainty Jiid 'o of Bradford Conn- If.you find your name among the Classified Ads, workers, kitchen aids, laborers Beef Steak tomato plants. Mrs.V. I ,

cottage parents watchman and R. Ferguson. Raiford Road,

Girl In FSU Circus come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO hour day. State retirement, vacations Phone 964-6227. S C

oL.ocal Don't Be sick leave, etc. If interested -
FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- please apply In per. I FOR RENT Furnished 1

S.:X* FlorId State University Hopliomore Bobble Sue Barkwlale"" son. Personnel Manager, Sun- Ofdroom house. Renner Apts.

!jHpt'ffornw: ) an aerial bullet on the Spanish. web a* a mt"rn'berI' DECEIVED Theatre Passes In. II land Training Center, Gainesville 633 McMahone, Phone 964-
I 5-2 6279. tfchg
*-of the famous! FSU' Flying High CIrrun. Bobbie Sue will per-I Fla. 4tchg

iEinn! with. the cIrcus the next", two Friday nIghts, May 3 mill I By Advertised Prices REPAIRS Lawn mowers FOR RENT-Furnished Bach-
New two-
Total cant <>f contract' I IH A FEW Construction Jotos now FOR SALE '
tJ..O'J: with oiix'us.f. I what you actually pay. Get open. Also other forms of em- wheeled utility!] trailer $65, small outboard motors. Phone lor apartment $50 a mo. Ren-

iShe IH the daughter of Mr. and 1\lrN. Robert Barkwlule of the KKAL FACTS before ployment. Register Bit Central good tires. Ph. 9646364. Also 964-72B1. 374 N. Cherry St. ner Apts. 633 McMahone.

S'.4:tarlte and a graduate of Bradford High, School. you sign. Our payments are Bookkeeping &. Employment 30-06 with scope. 2tp 5-2 4tp S-9 Phone 964-6279. t tfcligIT'S

$8 to $15/ month FOR RENT In Starke, at-
from St.
per Service 118 S. Court ,
11: Iron, with the same down 'IilPAINTS StaiUe Fla.' 2tchg 6-9 FOR SALE 12 acres land FOR SALE 1960 Impala] I MOVING DAY tractive 2 bedroom furnished
Chevrolet. Power steering. 01'1glnal
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payment and number of on SR-100 between Lake But- I cottage. Good location. Also

!!B/ackbeard's/ Ghost' Set 5 Days I innntlm, to pury. B per rent MOBILE HOME used.'2 !bed ler and Lake City. Ph. 964- paint. $225. Madge Chas- Move your insurance unfurnished house in the coun-
6364. 2tp 8-2 teen. Phone 964-5898 after 5. I W. H. Nollman.
bank financing. No hiddencharges. room and Ibath. Ideal for sum- try. tfchg
business "The Man
: to
Ten top manufacturers mer Call 473-4-178 or 2tp 5-2 I
t9f Ghostly Fun At Fla. Theatre I represented. I II II II 4734186.camp. 4tchg S-23 FOR SALE Farmall used WANTED from Keystone" STRAWBERRIES You pick
tractor with equipment. Call HBIJP: them 25c per qt. Bring con-
:eake' the legend of : Set In the contemporary 2 9646852. tfchg Dependable retired man or
Black-// LOW FOR RENT-T Spacious I. George E. LaRue tainers. Field opens Friday, 2
'i iird the PIrate. the fictional hamlet of Oodolphin: ; bedroom attractively furnished married couple. Will furnish I I miles E. of Starke State

'rjMnous of all, add an unlikely a tiny fishing- community OVERHEADDoes downstairs apartment on Wal-, FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration -' free a mobile furnished, home INSURANCE AGENCY I, Road 16. J. H. Wainwrlght

.',?gasmen's organization call the snuggled around a harbor of nut St. Call Mrs. J. W. Kin- i Service. Home and, and. all utilities, on Lake Santa Farm. 2tchg 5-2
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"::Slaughters of the :Buccaneers, the Atlantic Ocean, "Black-: It! (caid flfi4-7831. tfchg Commercial. Phone 473-3090- Fp Time for your own recreation Anlit r'lin HomiowNcrsLIFE

4J5is: in a'beautiful college pro- beard's Ghost" is the amusingtale P. O. :Box 19, Keystone tfchg: and fUhlng In return for & ACCIDENT FOR RENT 2 room and

f one handsome track of a pirate whose ghostly The Owners FOR SALE' Hound puppies, APARTMENTS for rent fur-' yard care and some house HelKhlH 4734692No. I bath, walk in closet Up stairs.
K..y..tolle
-!JSsch and his traditionally in- spirit is cursed to wanderIn Dad and Brad- 8 weeks old. $3 apiece. Ph. niahed. Utilities furnished. Call hold duties. OR IF YOU No children. Will consider AC

: fejjl team .mix"them up withfciefarious limbo until he performs a Drive The Trucks. I 782-3901 or 782-8784. It 964-6852. trchg HAVE YOUR OWN (MOBILE for right party. $35.00. Phone

I gambler and spice good deed.Oodolphln's. ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY HOME, will furnish area to 670-E.Z $140 per mo. Income 468-1408. 2tp 5-2

::Jthe/ brew with the ghost of harried track FOR SALE tFull size gas THANK YOU NOTES!: -Beau- place It and pay all utilities $850 down buys these I

.I the! long-dead pirate and you coach, who accidentally con-i I a range In good condition. Reasonably and small salary. Also opportu- 2 furnished rentals. Close to David H. Penoyer
la
,. HVe. 8 10 12 WIDES priced. Phone 904-6088. tifully engraved gold or nity for other handy man/work.
Walt'.Dlsney's newest high school and town center.
jures up the ghost must rid I
silver. $1.25 for box of 23, Including HELP WAN1'Ma1i or
comedy .;- fantasy "Blackbeard's : himself of his newfound 1'/, BATHS .' :Itchg For appointment please writeP. NO. 741- SCENIC RETREATon
com-I Bradford Female. Watkins
envelopes. O. Box 547 Melrote] Fla. I products
: AND EXPANDABLE
CHiost. panlon before his own sand botton lake and park
tf needs sales for
County Telegraph. good
5-2 person
FOR SALE 1963 Ford 2-ton 32666. Ztchg
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'Peter .Ustinov portrays completely demolished, a chore with 2 bedroom bungalow on Bradford, We
County. assure
rear end truck with
? KTockbeari the Pirate, Dean which proves most difficult I LAKE GENEVA 2-syeed heavy duty pulp-wood loader. MICA PLASTIC for cabinet HELP WANTED: Service customers huge shaded lot. Cool summer $10000 per week from start.

J. Jo'nes the coach and Susan because of his own moralityand 1962 edition Book of Knowl. counter and table, tops. 45c sq. with 249 Household necessities breeZes. Convenient to shop-I If Interested write M. R. Jenk-

i .Pleshette the beautiful prof as the pirate's complete lack. edge with .19O3,. U964," 1966 ft. 'D & W Builder Hardwareand part or full time $25 ping. Would you believe $5- 'ins Watkins Products, Inc.,

Blackbeard makes a five day I of one. i MOBILE HOMEr Yearbooks, excellent condition Supply, 301 Call St. up dailY' to start. Write :Me- 600? Desire Just a lot ?-$!,- Memphis, Tenn. 3tp 5-9

Stand at he Florida Theatre, $43. For Information call 964- 2tchg 5-2 Ness, Box 2766, Memphis. 200. I '"

.:t.ray,.. through Sunday, May Church Or jestii, Christ Of ALE S 6696 day. 964-7933 after B. FOR .SALE !Box and Tenn. 38102. Itp STROUT REALTY
spring
'.- I 2117 N. Temple Ave..
!Ustinov's 270 pounds on a II Latter-day Saint r One mile S.E. Keystone Itp, mattress $25: 1 typewriter" I I SECRETARY WANTED Starke, Fla. EARNLEARN Ij
[416 East Call St.] ,
Tnusslve frame make him a Services: Heights on Route 100. I WANTED -- H lp to 'work $40. Call 964-5580 after 4 p.m.It Full time; ,typing necessary. I ((904) 964-6609
natural for the ghost whO, In I on chicken) farmcouple. Ph.
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Gilman Co. St.Mary's
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Section :1-A Pare Two THE TRI-COUNTV SHOPPING NEWS. STARKE. FLORID THURSDAY, MAY 2, IMS! .

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Second Year StraightOrange ', '. : :
2 Bradford High :\: : '.: .

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Coaches Resign- Park Takes Florida Sij i.track: Tiflel.



Resignations of two members years, but In '62 season ended ( ,..T.
of Bradford High's top- I respectably at 6-4. The follow- "'

notch coaching staff, football ing year Titusville was 532. ..... .".. .. ._ ;t; .., "
line coach Tony Griffith and Adkinson is stepping down r.. .
/-
Big Red I ." ';( '' ,' .;:::, :I
'I
basketball coach Warney Ad- after 15 years of coaching and ,' : "

klnson, were submitted last :, an ov#!r-all 183-133 record. He J .; y.r .._f./- "\ ;'District, Meet

month. came to Starke In 1966 as the : .
'Jf.1- ,
Both will become full time result of Athletic Director' David FinishesFifth ". ..
'"
teachers at BHS Just step Hurse's search to find a J .
"
ping down from their athletic man to put Bradford High's -. .
duties. J Here Tomorrow
T .
Griffith tutored the Tornadoline .\,0 ,\i\:;
through 31' games with- ..\'t.' '
out a loss and two straight /! ';,'5'''f:

Class A state championshipsIn Orange Park successfully pit Its try", I For 7 Schools
1965 and 1966. r? defended its Florida 4, :
Adkinson came to BHS In Star Conference track tly Y r
I IBradford's
1966 and coached the cage I crown here Friday, besting "y I t -'

squad to a 16-11 mark and f1. a field of seven area Seven schools will compel t scramble for places In the pole

the first conference basketball IMP.4 schools, compiling 691,4 "\ fn the Oroup 5 district track: I vault. Cheney has won consistently -

championship since 1949. In t points to the 60 of run- and field event here Friday,, this year with little
three seasons at BHS he hada I ner-up Lake City. i //May'! 3, In an effort to placE t trouble but was third In the

58-27 record and was named Third and merf' in the state meet May 1Bradford ,., conference meet last week
Coach of the Year for the proved the fourth places :'J High, Bolles Or, while Belote placed second
:Florida Star Conference. big surprisewith anfte.paik: Lake Live,
St. Augustine Palatka J : City. and Gnann sixth. Both BItS
edging
Griffith came to Bradford ) Oak:. Perry, and Tallahassee,
55% to 55. Bradford High finished vaulters have cleared 11-3; an
High In 1964. under Head Rlckaids will vie in the thir. 11.6 by Palatka's Walker won
Coach David Hurse and the a disappointing fifth 'I major track event this '
with 52 points; Jacksonville yea last week but the Braves are
Tornadoes went 8-1-1 losing Bolles sixth .' ,. on the* BHS' new asphalt oval. In another district.
with %
was 45 .
21-12 to Lake and tying
City .. ;oj Preliminaries will at 3
Palatka 0-0. and Live Oak seventh with 17. .. -W;:: ; begin Cheney is also the favoriteto
't '..., 1 P, m win the broad
Tornado jump having
In 1965 the grid squad with trackmen were undefeated : ._ : I
In conference action : \ I Orange Park won the BHS gone conslstenly over 21 feet,
Griffith the line, Iti
coaching
had a perfect 12-0 season win Coach Griffith going Into the meet but If :':' ,,,' I'I I Invitational two weeks ago but he'll be pushed by Lake
;. and.ihe Florida Star Confer- City's Richard Cox, Orange
according to Coach George '
fling the school's first Class A I basketball program in the I
football championship by beatIng forefront.. Loper-"were' just not up for ,i "'.'. enco' meet last week for the Park's Mark Moore and Fred
the task" on Friday. J .. .J. c-. I second straight year and, will Solomon, and Belote.
I Wauchua 390. 1966 After Adkinson's 16-11 mark .. J
Andy Mayton grabbed the ... be the favorite tomorrow in Bradford's Plen Gnann and
brought a second straight his first he went to
I year on a r'the'
f district
only BHS win of the after- according to Tornado Bolles'
state .. 11- ... Jimmy Lumpklns will
championship and:! an 23-7 record in 1967/ and his Tor '" \
I noon, he hurled the discus Track Coach George probably vie
as neck and neck
0-1 record; the Tornadoes tied nado team last winter was 189. i LopeiPerry
I Live Oak 77. Bradford cagers won one 139-5%. Mayton also finished I Plan Gnunn clears the first hurdle In the 120-jiI. hlgli'K In good I lima ax ho taker' the( lend Onann wasedited I Rlckai'ds have and not Tallahassee for the high hurdles win.
fifth In the shot put. competed Lumpkins has turned in a 14,6
conference championship under by St. Atlgust!..', Paul, Landry after he led until the final ,himlln. Landry, I had l a II.K mid (noon. II.I J! I locally. this season and ateunknown
I + ra Plen Onann posted,, his usual and Gnann a 14.7. The Tornado
r Adklnson and were run.,
good performances winning I quantities. Fernan- hurdler has beaten Lump-
ners-up twice. They won two .
and second In the 120-yard high Moore [COPJ) ; 3, LumpkInsOP .......-...,---- .. ... ., dina'Beach and Tallahassee tins only twice last week, whenhe
championships :
group were /. \Vr I Illt
beaten out in the finals of the hurdles; third In the 180yardlow [ : 4. Colson 1LCJ] ; 5. Cole- Lincoln have elected not to: placed second to Lumpkins

region twice.Adkinson's. hurdles and sixth in the man [LOP); 6, Clemons let) / enter'?the district meet. thIrd In a regular season meet
pole vault. 139-514. It'' is:' difficult to assess the when he won but was disqual-

best season was Bill Belote also garnered Pole Vault-1, Walker [fPJ ; r R outcome of the district meet, ified. The two will also vie for

Tigers 1960 at Blountstown the when his B points for the Tornadoes In 2, Belote 131) ; 3, Cheney [LOJ) ; .t, ..a ,j t Coach1: Loper says, since the the low hurdles; Lumpkins

won state Class three events as he won secondIn 4. Knowles [PJ ; 5. Oliver d.. '-" main object of it is to qualifyfor ,has run a 20-flat and Gnann
state title by one point. Two the pole vault; fifth in the [tSAJ; 6. Gnann tSJ) 11-6. .. ;;'fche{' state meet. There is 120.8.

years later they were beatenby broad jump, and sixth in the High Jump-1, Screen [PJ) ; .. not',the emphasis on winningthe I Danny Stein of Bolles is the
Zephyrhllls by that one 100-yard dash. tnect as there Is in loading favorite for the mile run. He
(LCI Moore
2. McCrary 3. '
: point. That season Adkinson':! Ricky Prick and Bill Scog- toP[ ); 4. Landry; ISA[ ] ; 5, y1f'V .' (I, 'the-l'1 Slays, for exam;:>le. In an will be challenged by Starke's

J was named Coach of the YearIn gins placed third and fourth Wade (Si; Murphy [SI) ; tie; t.',4rlMl : t effort to place first or second William Scoggins and Ricky

; the Panhandle Conferenceand respectively In the mile run, 510. ;:..141\\, : ", to qualify for the state. Prick

.. '. ', by the Pensacola News and Lamar Clemmons won six- :. Coach Loper says he expects The 380-yd. relay .could goo
< : Long jump-1, Cheney LOJ[ )
t' Journal for all classes In
th In both the shot and Ii't '
put his Tornadoes, who finished a ; any of four teams and a
Landry 1SA1 : 3, Blbens [IP1) I
northwest Florida.In ; ,
I'
Wade and Tim y hair
discus Jay disappointing fifth in the "real raiser" is predictedby
.1 Moore [FOP) 5 Belote SJ
4. [ ;
; ;
I r ". '21 61 Coach Adkinson won Murphy tied for fifth in the t tUD"l\ ; not'Ida Star meet last week Coach Loper between
!
1 1fi 6. Cox [LCJ) ; Solamon [lOP
Iy
I ;. Panhandle championships in high jump for the only other 1 to make a better showing this Bolles 1:33.2: ; BHS
both basketball and football Individual BHS points. [ftiej : 21.0.120Yard. :' \. 'I. week. The Tornadoes had 52 1:33.5: ; Orange Park 1339.:

Coach Adklnson and was again named coachof Relay performances were High Hurdles 1, points' last week only 3V4 and Lake City 1::34.5. Orange

the year. the key to victory for both Landry [tSAJ; 2, Gnann 181[ ; back: of second place St. Augustine Park won Friday with its

This past season the Tornadoes He was coach of the year Orange Park and Lake City. 3, Lumpkins [Bl ; 4, Thomas I I ., Orange Park was out in 1:33.9. but Lake City and

.I went 5-3 in a rebulldlna again in 1963 In the Panhandle The Raiders' captured first In [OP: 5, Moore lOP) ; 6 Bur- ; front; with 6914 points and Bones are capable of loading

year that was also plagued by loop and In 1935 In the the 880-yard relay, second In nett [IBI:14.8.: : I four other teams were grouped the event and bettering their

many injuries to key playeis Chipola Conference before the sprint medley and fourthin 100-Yard Dash I, Busby Ii behind with 10 points of each Imes It will all depend on

1r t Griffith began coaching at coming to BHS.Adkinson the mile relay, while Lake I LCJ.: 2. Biben (IPJ: 3. Taylor (!i'other',.from 43',.. ,to 55 112. who Is up for the race. .
Titusville High School In 1962 is a mathematics City came on strong to win [FOPII): 4. White ISAJ ; 5, Sola- I --.CiaiSpetltlon ''could be as A .real race is also seen In

r Prior to the ;G2. season..,Titus-, .,Instructor and Griffith teaches the-sprint medley and ''place motrtOPJre.) Belote '[S1:. "J' tough as in the conference the 440-yd. dash 'between Lake
I vllle had won one game in two driver education: at BHS second In both the 880( and ::10.1 .. !">'!, I ,:,i however City's Richard Cox 50.8 and
scrap George Loper
: buklyglWv
mile relays. Bradford managed Mile Run-:I, Stansel TSA7; ,I ..... .f ". concedes especially If a coach Orange Park's Gary Taylor.
:! only a third in the 880 2. Stein ['''Bl: 3, Frick (SI); 4, : ,;,1.,. i decides to try to win the meet 50.9. Cox won the conferenceby

and sprint medley and a fifthIn Scogglns; [TS] 5. Banister rid: ., :II \JfI"! .. 'df1lJItY .= and take a chance on qualify- hair in 51.4 over Taylor's

I GAINESVILLE the mile relay OP I ] : 6, Bryant [PJ): 4:36.1: ." .. .. ,.'" .;......'.".. .,'," '.. ,.. ,. ing what he can for the state. 51.5 coming from 30 yards behind -

The winning Orange Park 880-yard Relay -1, Orange .- ,' "11... ,.. .. r'Mt NIL..- _. The hundred yard dash, for in a tremendous effort

squad placed men in every Park [Hampshire Black, instance will be to win.
event except the pole vault. Reese Solamonl): 2, Lake BUS' Hugh Stephen. and Pirn (inann The 1'ornmlt11111.01",1, l third ls'hind Lake tested ui" ever Lake as hotly City's con- Bolles Stein should also take

There were no double win- City; 3. Starke; 4. St. Augus- complete a good hand off to pick up a plate City mill Orange Turk. The Ruldera won Craig Busby, Orange Park's the 880-yd. run; he has been
( Business DirectoryAUTO ners in the individual events tine; 5. Palatka; 1:339: Gary Taylor and Biadford'sBill :timed at 2:01: this season and
the third of the 880-y. with H I 1:113.9.: : >>
Uniinn
begins leg
an
but St Augustine's Paul Lan- 440-yard Run-1, Cox [LCI; Belote all having. been' easIly won the conference last

dry was top performer, collecting 2, Taylor (tOP; 3, Lisle [PJ): relay In the Florida Star. meet<< lust Friday. clocked at 10-flat. Busby took week with a 2:03.4.A : .

SALES MEN'S WEARSTAG'N 20 points with a first in 4, Colson BJ); 5, Diamond the honors in conference last scramble Is also expectedIn

the 120-yard high hurdles, I FBI) ; 6. Faircloth [Bl 1; Fisher ., ., week in ::10.1, Taylor was the sprint medley relay.
BRASINGTONOADUAAOOLD DRAG seconds In the broad jump [ISA! [tie] : ::51.4 i I third and Belote was off formin Lake City's team has turnedIn

] MOBILLI4 and 180-yard low hurdles, and I 180-yard Low Hurdles 1. sixth Dlace.The.shot a 2:03: and Orange Parkas
during drills so far.
SALES: .ft SERVICE! Stanley Blacker Coats fourth In the high Jump. Lumpkins [BJ); 2, Landry As a wrap-up for the spring Ii i j r put will be a four- a 2:03.5.: Bolles is' capableof
FIDe Selection of Used Cam S Arrow Dress Shlrta Bradford High School will fSAl; 3. Gnann (fSl; 4 Thomas drills intrasquad games are ar I If way toss-up between Ken Anderson loading the event and bet-

Taken On Cadillac Trade Puritan Sweaters host the Group 5 district meet [OPJ ; 5. Vlnson [LCI ; 6. planned for the final two Fri- LC; Gary Taylor OP; tering those times. BHS has
peters Jackets> 3 I p m tomorrow. Individual Johnson [Pl:20.0: : done a 2:04: but Is capableof
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-3301 day nights of practice (May I .. Bruce Colson. LC and Andy
Ladles Sportswear athletes and relay teams placing 880yard Run-I, Stein [BJ;I 24 and 31.Scotch I I Mayton, BHS. Mayton placed a 2:03: Coach Loper says.

I CRANEUNlOOIJfMXRCCnY 2 stores 13 W. Universityand either first or second will ..2, Brown 11.01; 3, Elliott [BJ ; ,- fifth last, week, less than afoot Bolles is the favorite In the
Gainesville Mall qualify for the state champIonship ,,4, Curtis [PJ : 5, Foster [Pl);,- I off Andei'son's winning mile relay after turning In avery

meet to be held Sat- 6, Taylor [OP1 : 203.4 | I 43-11, respectable 331.5; last
Authorized Sale ft Sorvlo
I r. 2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373 urday, May 11, at the Univer- Sprint Medley Pelay lio{ Foursome Mayton has not been beaten week to win the conference

l MOBILE\ HOMES\ sity of Florida track In Gain Lake City [ConnollY Meeks J Played SundayAt this year In the discus. He running away from everybodY.But .

Crane Imports esville. Preliminaries are to Alford, BusbyJ" I ; 2, Orange, threw 139-% feet In winninglast Coach Loper says Lake
begin at 9 a. m. Park; 3, Starke; 4. Palatka; Country Club I IY Ia Ii In.ly Ir week but has gone over 140 City is capable of loading the
to Volvo MO Austin QwUey MUSTANG Schools scheduled for the 5, Bolles: 6, St, Augustine; feet He'll be severely pushed event and beating Bolles. The

606 E. University Gainesville district meet Include: BHS 2:040 I. Twenty-eight members ol Friday Mark Moore of Tigers did a 3:37: Friday for
Inc.Galnesvllle's by
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes I
the Statke Golf & Country
Blbens
Bolles, Orange Park, Lake 220-yard Dash 1 I : Orange Park and Jimmy second place.
Beauty Academy Discount Mobil City Live Oak, Perry, and [PI: 2. White SA1 1 : 3, Lang Club took part in a Scotch I Lumpklns! of Bolles: and BUS'S
Home Sole Lot. Tallahassee Richards. fSAJ.1: 4. Ponce [SA1-I : 5, Reese I Foursome last Sunday afternoon I Lamar demons

t POWELL'S Results: fOPl ; 8. F. Hampshire [OPJ ; .I Live Oak's big gun. Andy BIC PENS. Ball Point Re-

NEW MOON pAPELLA Shot Put-1. Anderson! (WI ::234. Winners were: Shirley Johns Cheney, and Starke's Bill Be- fills. Bradford County Tele-

Beauty Academy As low as $100 down. 2, Hancock [PJ): 3. Taylor Mile Relay-I. Bolles [Barnett and Bilbo Powell, for low I i ote and Plen Onann will graph.Smith .

Learn a Profession In Tour' 4820 N.W. ISth 378-1348 [tOP] ; 4. CoLson [LeI; 5. May- Diamond, Woolsey, Lum- gross 42: Margaret Miller

Spare Time. Full or Part Time ton (Sl ; 6. Clemons [tSI); 43- pklnsl J2.; Lake City; 3, St. and Merrill Struth for first
, 219 N.W. 10th 878-2763 11 Augustine; 4. Orange Park; 5, low net 36; BernIce Epps

Office Equipment Discus! -1. Mayton (T81; 2, Starke: 8. Live Oak, 3:31.5.: and Bill Eppa for second low Lake Bar-B-Q
I ELECTRIC MOTORS net -36 114.|
,
A buffet supper was servedIn
ELECTRIC Hancock OfficeEquipment the clubhouse after play.
Pork Beef Ribs Chicken
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Hurse f
Optimistic Another tournament of this
; Motor Repair Co. kind will be announced later. __ L. Sandwiches & Take-Out Orders

Of OalnewW., be. Golfers are Invited to come
Smith-Corona Auth. Dealer Cola Drinks S Beer Nice Picnic Area
Repalrtnl'RewtncUncN out and bring' the children. rt.t -
and Used CUry Victor-Totania In Spring Drills

8B18 N.W. Kth Ph. 372-8318 Adding .Machine, CalculatonSAL1R9SERVICERIONTAld Open Fri., Sat., Sun. and Holidays

IV TIII CIIKTIT ('OI'UT OF I. Next Door To Smith Lake Grocery

Farm and Industrial in an optimistic first week Other veterans drawing no- (HI.OIIIIM'IIU"1 Mlttliril AMI hurt.UH.'L MIIIUKOIIH + +9 i ,411 Y-'Y I Hiuay 211 Smith Lake Ph. 473-1331
Equipment 0238 N. Main Ph. 378-8031 assessment of BHS spring tice were: Donnie Elder at ('OU NTY.: .5 ,
Coach David split-end.!. Charles Smith at (Ull/ Arllim. M1o! 3OJKATIIIIVS !
Fe Tractor football practice : ; = Aioiutuw/ nnnsov:
Santa Hurse said his 1968-69 grid tackle; Ralph Morgan and Plalntlft! ,

FORD PAINT & GLASS hopefuls "are much further Steve Crawford at guard; Allen DKANVIK: *. HUDSON, JH "
Farm Tractor A Implements ahead than they were at this Crawford at tackle, and Ieixndaat.
Liddell Paint & %0'1'1f'.1 m* M 1'1' KeepJEROME
USED EQUIPMENT time last year." Gene Melvin at fullback. I
TO: nilAW: 1 K. HUDSON, JR.
BALES PART SERVICE Glass Co. About SO boys turned out A couple of newcomers have nerendnntcu. I
4488 N.W. 6th SPARPEN "6-2 48 U, K. HiKIxon,/
week attracted attention of coaches.
Monday for the three Lurkln"I" land,, r'
SUPPLIES GIaM-l\l1rron Sliding floor training session-which is de- Adrian Brown, brother of hutmrmOKn., TrnnowireYOU .
AUK His HI.BY: NOT JOHNSCounty
Tub Knclonnrec-Shower Door voted largely to fundamentals. 1966-67 all-state end Larry F'11ofthllt) un a.lI..n for dlvonoha
Johnson & Paris Inc. Impressive l performances by Brown, has reported for drills been riled analnnt you. and
Furniture TopsWindowsWindowsAwning ,
you. HI"a required' to .erve u
hard- at the running-back position.
Complete Line of veterans of last year's copy of your written deftmnen,
knock 5-6 season drew quick "Adrian Is a fine athlete." If any to It nn H. U H.TIIUKH./
BEED9PLr1NTSIwecUcldesPet HT-RDUia.: CAKMICIIAKI), lit Commissioner
118 N. W. 18th 372-8191 from the Tornado head- "and think nt
Supplies! praise !said Hurse we TOMLI1.'I!>ION, Drawer "0"I I
i I mentor. there's a place for him on the Oalnnavllle, Florida.'. J60t. Atlornoy '
FERTILIZERSWe : for the Plaintiff/ and to lf DISTRICT 3
Rent Fertilizer Spreader Among the first mentionedwere team. fun. the original with tho (*l,,rk ,
\ SEWING MACHINES who of the lihove-Mtyleil,' rourt on or rr %
Vtt N.W. 8th Ph. 1120.16LADIES a group of players Also out for his first crackat before the 20th day. of May,
have been switched to new football is Joe Green-+who, A. D.. 1'ttfS : otherwlH. a Jnilif* Keep Your County Commission In The
WEAR positions.Tex at 182 pounds, could: provide ment may be entered. aicalTiKt ---
National Sewing : ::: !
demanded In
you for the relief Hands Of A
Proven
Self-employed
Patrick:, moved from some much needed weight on the complaint.

Cherry'sOalnemUe' Machine Co., Inc. full-back to tight-end: Ron- the Tornado front line. Hurse eal WITNFSM of ald! my court hand on the and lath the Business Man and Trusted Public

Most FahlonW nie Orlggs, from end to run- feels that Green has &good potential day of April A. T>,. 1"H1.") ,\ Mnyton's effort. In the .allot put Friday grot him ,
Pratt -New Home- Netoo! I ning-back; Willie Cohens, at either guard or CHARLES A. I>ARBVAII Servant.
Address For Ladies Used and RepossessedSalesRepair. full- Clerk of Mtld Court only n fifth ph..-... Slightly off form Mayton threw only 43-2.
from to
DRE88E88tTJT8XA.TS middle-guard tackle positions. By: Boulah M Moody
MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES AQ Make back, and Tommy Blackshear. Bill Belote first string quar- A> Deputy Clerk Lake (Clty'n Ken Anderson. won It with a 43-11. i I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT 1
4-25 4t 5.15PHOTO
: from guard to centerhave terback last season Is still Mayton won the << Ave. 611 W. University 378-1358 all looked exceptionally good participating In track and has 'Cpd. pol. adv.Ji
Two and Stores Oalnesvllle: 7 University Mall at their new spots accordingto seen only occasional action COPIERS: Bradford hIM not been' beaten this year lit that event i

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BRADFORD COPNTT TELKCRAril. STARKE. FLORIDA TIIURSDAYMAY. 2, IMS


Food Aid ter rice, rolled oats, wheat turned Mrs. Griff MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL -
I over remained -
grits raisins and SundaY-9:45: a. m. Sunday therein dcucrlned) and the proaendlnKM of tin- years 11171 to 19811/, both tw.,my' (It lIt flays\ prior 1Ih'( ,'
split peas. In the car accordingto heretofore bud' aulhorIxltiK liiHnnlvo.$7,000.DUO" date hecStnubvrtt. Yet Co,' th, .. ,
Average value of food donated Trooper O C. Garrett'a report School. 11:00: a. m. Morning the IHMIIIUIOC tli'i.nf. vnll- / State Kuhoiil' HOUlU. I heai*lng, In form (time tad -
Goes To 1,389In to each person was $5, Worship C:00: p. m. Training dated, and' confirmed. Hold State A'I,'Ivx I, to hi iHHtii'rl for HIM! milliner" a H reiiulred( bC'h,'ipti"i
when It went out of control School: lln nilii nnalHilnit of the OTI hchnlf of the nrfaid nf Public 711, rrnrmi mntutcH I
according to F. Lee McCub- rolled once and came to Union. 7:00: p. m- Evening foi.wlntf: described IHHUOB of 'limlriirtlnn' nf Itr' vard. County. DONi; AXIS;'; OKIJKKKO: ulTlillahll."o.
MarchFood bin Worship. bonds* Florida' hi tho denomination of ReElectJ1rtt
> slate. director of com. Florida thlH Ith
rest on top of a pasture fence. (275,000 State f School flood elt. nor III .0100 or 11.000( .each day! of April 1908
modlty distribution. Mrs. Orlffis was admltedto : Wednesday! 7:30:; ( Prayer Sorle it, to l>.. iHHind" for and dated .Jinn 1, 1)168.) bcnrlnir' Intorent wbinY WalkerJudwu
aid was distributed Food assistance to needy Services. 1st and 3rd WcdncsnlKht :>n behind of the Board, I of Pub nt ft rate or rates not. of the CII"1I11 Court
the hospital Saturday April 7:00 110 t ''n"l turt ion of Indian UlverCountv. exceeding' four And ono-lmlf |,*.rQOntum of Dm Kncond .Imllil.il' (("IIrulti 1" -
with an estimated wholesale families! Is administered nationally 27. : p. ui. Family Vlorlda' In the di nomInnilon : per annum payable nf y-'luildu" III auil I'rlji If"lollid
value of $7,630 was distributed "y the U. S. Department treated Night. of elthii. 'l .oon or, "eml" nnntliillv. tin June I andUecr 'iiii !'nunly.a. y
.. Three persons were $3,1100", each, dated June. 1.1 UNIX omhci' I of each vear and .:! :.11 Ii-Itl( d
to-1,389 Bradford reeidenbs of Agriculture's Con- and released from BHC last HOI'E BAPTISI CHURCH ueurlnfr Interim at a "into or maturlnu' .; MCI,hilly III anniml,, !Installment h'rf
and Service rater not exceedlmr four and on June' 1 of flush l
through sumer Marketing
thecounty's Commodity
Frldity. April 26, when a 1983 iKUnway: IDa a' Therem) one-half per' centum per annum nt the years 1971 to 1)80|) both (',\l.l. KOH IIIUM, School Board
Program In March, accord- In Florida it Is administered! Chevrolet!' Corvair ran off U. liJmday School 10 payable! ."ml-..nnllRlIy on June i Inclusive The niadfiird) Il>.,ird of t'.I.UIIM County
to the a. m. 1 and December nf each f4.iion.un9 State Sohool Bond Coin nil!UHlonernlll' reiol,ied "UIII
ing: State Departmentof by the ''State ofl I of 1
Department S. 301 1.7 miles north Morning Worship! .-n a. m year. and maturing fierlnlly In Series I' tn he 'fanned for and 1 btdH.ln the t"'r"'M" ..ffK. III District 3 County at Large
Public Welfare. Public Welfare through the .Starke annual' Inntallmentn. on June nn behalf' of the nonrd of Public tin Crourlf""..,, nut Ixl.r, .r1nu,
Across the state food aid driver Training Union-6:30: p. m. of each. of the veers, l'(7i( 'I fn."ruction of rirnnae (Countv, 10 a. m. May' I 9>. liillR' r",1, 4.t
local board of county commissioners The Danny Michael, Evening: Worship 7:15: 111 On, both /Incluaive: Florida, In the denomination of of the old' AmericanHullcllnK I."gl'' ': A Vote For Art Holll.luv. In. A Vote For
was given 131,474 unemployed in 28 counties -and directly Fowler" 20, Pendleton. S C 175.000 Honda, either $1000 nr $.1.000 each and cleaning' 0'' Ih., LL. QUALITY EDUCATION
State School
or low Income in 25 t m. Anted, June 1, 1 < Hlte, The bidder will be it llllHlllri
persons 196A. bearing Interact -
serlei
Cuban Connie.
to the Refugee and passengers C, to be lumii-d'' for and l .
two .. .
Wednesday at a rut or rates notxceeding to keep anything: of \iilu oni -
.
Nlgnt ,
counties. 3-ayer I
I : on behalf of the Board! nf Pub
and Indian Programs. Leon a''Allen, 15, and Brenda e four and one-half per the bulldlm
| services! 7:30: m. Rev llo Instruction of Wradfnrd Your Vote and Support) f is Greatly Appreciated
Approximately wholesale Martelle Bennett, 18, both of I p. County, Florida' In the denomination rentum per annum pnynl.li. nonid, of County' Cuuu nisslonm! H
value of the food Merle Packham. pastor of either $1,000 or mt-nnnually' on June Ion.' ('harles, A. Darby a:
statewide Auto Roll Lawtey.. sustained bruises abrasions -' 15,000 each.' dated! March 1, 10113. December 1 nf earn venr andmnturing Clark I (pd. pol. adv.)
was 656807.( The foods In- and cuts. I''I'sin ('IR'II'J' COOI'IIT OF bAarlnn Interest nt a rate or serially' : In annual Installments IT 5/3 08 I "-

cluded dry beans, !Ibutter, Fowler told Trooper Garrett 1'1": *"':('(>>" .UDKIVL (,In. rates not exceeding" four andon..hn.r the nn 1971 Tune 1 of enrliof
years to 1989. both
.
1 ; Cllr. I" \\If) e'oit per centum per annum
cheese cornmeal lard Hospitalized LFJu'f ,
flour that something went wrong I (''01I'ry, Fioitu payahle. 8..ml. -annUAlly on March Inclusive:
canned. chopped meat dry with the rear of the Corvatr ('."li .\O. HM-:fUII: 1 and September 1 of each. yenr $100.000) state School Bonds, '
milk STATK KOAK.ll. ) OF and maturing aerially In an. Instruction of St. Lucle (County
KDUCATlliV
margarine peanut but Two automobiles left the causing him to lose control OK FLORIDA. a body met .InntnllmentH. on March 1 'lorltta( In the denomination o(
road and rolled during the and turn over. I under< Sections 3 and coipuriite 18- of ench of the yearn 1H71 to l "Series' .r, to he lRHu,,,d, for and on
.
ii-f \rtlile XII,I of the Conntltu-' 111811. both Inclusive, behalf of the Board of Public
past week hospitalizing one No charges were filed In tlon of the State of Florida.' $13,750,000 State fvnoot nondn. either ".000 or $5,000 each

person and slightly Injuring either case.EZERASE. Plaintiff' Suite: (1% to be InHiied for and dated Man 1 1. 1068, "bearing. interest .. .. ,. .. .. ...... "7
V". on behnlttof the Board of Public. at a rate or rates noexceeding ;
'
301DRIVEJN ;
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three others according to the TUB' four and htA? ,
STATE: Clft FLORIDA, Instruction' of Dade County' one- pccentum 'r
Florida Highway Patrol Sta al. Florida, : In th' denomination: of .per. annum payable
net..nlll.nlil. either $1,000 or $5.000 each. m, >nil>annually' on March. 1 and [ fora
tion here. September, 1 of each IInllmnt.'nlif Save day.:
TYPEWRITERPAPER. onni'n 1'0 allOw V\V"'J' dated March 1. lUBS. hearing year sunny
Mary Ann Criffts 33. Starke To tho State or Florida and the Intnrent' at a rate or rates not : HPilallv In annual In- .
Mimco. Paper Bond Mtallmenttt' on Mart 1 of each
several I I'rolll'.ty owners hav exceeding four and one-half] per :
was released from the Brad of the year. 1071 to 1989, both: I 9i
Paper Notebook/ rilleri.Bradford lag: or claiming' any right centum per. annum payable IncluHlve ,
ford County Hospital Wednesday title or Interest In the nnnil-annually nn Munh 1 and ; '
County Tflcgraph. erty to he affected' by the September' 1 of each year and $1.750000 Ktntfl Sfhnol TlondH ". :
OPEN SUNDOWN May 1, after her 1963 insiianeu' by the Statn: Board maturing flnt lally In annual In- SerlfH Kt to tie' iHHUPd- for ajid i : : '
Pontiac Tempest ran off SB- A classified ad In the Telegraph nf I:ducn lion of Florida, a tullment on March I of each on behalf of the .Hoard: of Public: :1. ,
Show Begins at 7 P.M. Instruction of Duval' County, : ; :
body inrpornte of the state: of the yours 1971 to 11180 both r" : ;
225 a mile west of Lawtey and brings -results. .: : .
ADMISSION of l>9orlda. pursuant' to Sec tni'lUHlvet; k'Iorlda In the dnonifnHtlon of '. 1 .
tions 3 and 18 of Article' XII $180,000 State School' Bondrt, either 1.000 or $5,000 each, .. '-: .
Adults 75e Students 60c of the Constitution' of Florida Serlei, D. to ha I iHaueil for andon dated June 1, 1IKI8 bearing (interest /.
of $51,710,000; :: State School 1 behalf of the Ttonrd of Public at a rate or rated not
1
Children Under 12: Free Bonds, Issued' for and on be. Instruction!' of Hernandn' County, exceeding; tour and one-half per
_ HEARTS AID CENTER half. of the Ii.,,,rte of Public) Fiorina, In tee denomination, ,;, :: of centum per annum, payable
FRI. SAT. SUN. InKtruitlon: of Bay County, either 1.000 or $1,000 each. xeml-annuatly. on June 1 and!
nradfi.nl l County. Brevaril dated June 1, 11IOS henrlnir/ In- December 1 of each year and J .a
MAY 3, 4, 5 ATMITCHEL'S I:onntv: Broward: County. Cor terent nt a late or "rated not maturing aerially In annual. Installment _. .
Double litmbla County,; Dado:i County; exceeding four and one-half percentum ** on Juno 1 of eat'h ,,
Feature Program Diival' ('olin Iv. Hernando (Coun per" annum payable of the yearn 1971 to IOS'1.! both ,;
ty Hlffhlnnds' County, Hlllsnorottffh neml-annually" ) on Tune 1 andDnrenber IncluHlve$775.non: j
DRUG STORE County. Indian I Klver 1 of wu'h year .and State. RI'Iol, 1ss
I County, Manatee maturing aerially III annual' In-
County SerleM' M. to bit iHaiied ,( s
I Ornnire, County, Putnam ('"un- ntnllmentfi' on June 1 nr eu.'hof h lmf I
rm ) of the Hoard of
127 E. Call St. Starke l.ucle tv Plnellas (" ..uot.nOl' St the veara. l't"l! to 1((1M''. bothIncluxlve Instruction of Plnella n"'Ula'l

County hereinafterinnre ; HondHSurlet h'Iorlda! l 'In the deni.101....." 1
tlcularlv' < I $300,000 State' McIlonl
described ellhrr ",""0 ,( !"io .
or $1 "> <
()l' to be I IHHUIM! for unl'h..hn'f '
SATURDAY MAY 4th affected in any way : ]!( 10 be dated 1 Starch, I I. HHI8. hearing. .I'h'j
thereby" : on i of the Board of Public< .
toiHHl" lit rate rntim
a or
'I he' Slate or Floilda' thronnh Tmitrui' 'tlon. nf Putnam County ,
w ox. c'cillnif four and' one-half
the State, Attorney Florida.' In the denomination of port I
for the Second
10:00() ) A.M. 4:00 P.M. I
tum ,
: : Judicial' /, circuit .of Florida either 1.000 or $'i.ono each; can l liar annum payableHemlannually '
See The New Miracle Ear Hearing Aids 'In and for Leon County the dated l June 1. lf(08.( hearing Intercut on March 1 and t9 n M 4 itt
State H"ptemb: ( 1 of each year andmntuilnir I- r,
Attoinev notexceeding
for tho Third nt a rate or rateu ; I aerially' :In annual: ,JnHtallmentu I i
Judicial
Circuit of Florida. 'In four and one-half
ouch ,
'; and l for Columbia'' County, tho centum per annum ,payable, on March 1 of ,, f
1'.1 of the 1U71 to 19811 ts1 >a
!State ,, .. years both I ..
Free Check-Up On Your Hearing Aid Attorney for the Fourth nnnnallv on June 1 and l Ir.i chtalve' fm- x ,
:
Judicial, ,, '
Y circuit of Florida. Innn.1 'bar 1 of each" year und' : : 1I0ul".1
for Duva.1 Countvthe State rrlnllv, In annual' InxtallmenU $1.300.000'State. 81'hool. :
1 MATT HELM'S \ Free Hearing Tests Without Obligation Attorney, for the Fifth .I11<1'"lal' on June. 1 of each. of the years Ht"i'IHH N, to be iHHUed for and
Circuit of Florida. In 'and for loll to 1980! both Inclusive; on behalf of the Hoard of Public
BIGGEST Hernando County the State At- *:l1 .OOO State School Bonds.SM :Instruction!: of Bronard'; t'ouittv.Klorldil : ti
AND BOLDEST t Batteries and Repairs on all :Make Aids tnrnev for the !sixth' Judicial ..ten 1'. to be issued" for and on In the dfiioiulnatlon of i r
Circuit of Florida In and for behalf of the Board.. of Public either 11,000 or $5.000 each r II t ..
COIUUBU PICTURES pustrttto Plnellax County. the State At Instruction of HlKhlandH County dated! June 1, 1'MH! hearing, Interest ,,,'
torney at a rate 01 ratc-M no' _
for the eleventh Judicial' Florida' In the denominationof
.WING AlUN ProdllctiliftGIJlM circuit of Florida.. In and for either $1liOO or $5,000 each, exceeding four and one-half I per '__ ,
I If can't in call !001-7810 for home
you come Putnam. County: the State At- dated March 1, 1908. hearing centum per annum payable i
) I demonstration. torney for the Hltrhth: Judicial. Interest' at a rate or rates not Hcml-finnually. on June 1 undUitcmliir 4
ciroilt of Florida In and for exceeding four and one-half percent I I of (>IK'h year.. and!
: ttrndfoiil' County, the State A t- um per annum ,payable vital" tiring HIM,'lally In annual' Inetillnicnta _
A ltt I Sponsored by Jacksonville Hearing Aid Service torney for the Ninth Judicial. ,enl-anntlxlly' on Man, 1 andSeptember I ,,,, nn JUIMI I nf. nch. e4a
circuit of Florida... hi, and' for 1 of each year. and of the yiara 1971 to 1USI!', both
; MATTHElMoftixtuad 229 W. Adams St., Jacksonville Orange County, the State. At- miituilnir Hei'tally In annual In'lI.llmpnIM Iviii|UN\'' | 'i' ;
I torney for the Tenth .Judlila, on March. 1 of Path $SIIII.II"" Htllte Hi'hi.I, Ito,,"..
Circuit 1 of Florida. In and I for of the. ycatH" 1)171) to lIS'i! both Series O. to be iHHiied for and
,M. I ---' Tllorhlands'. County tho State At- Inclimlvn.. : on hehnlf, of the Boarfl ;of Publlo I I A sunny day. A chance to Tile a little and really
ti.rnex' for the Eleventh Ju $100,000 State Si hool TiondH.SeileH InHtruc'tlnn of MlllHboroiiRhCount
iBUSN.RS I 'll-liil. "Clnult of Florida.' In and < enjoy yourself.
of either ,
o for' Hade ( ''"I1IV. the State At- on .behalf of the Hoard of Public'Tnhtructlon $l,0io orft.00(1

sNTh( A SERE[ 'JANICf RUlE FLORIDAShowtimeWeekdayp.700Sunday THEATRE circuit t'.rnev, for of the Florida.Twelfth, In and Judicial for Florida.,' :: In ;of the Columbia denomination: County rat i bearing(' eai interest'h. dated. at June a rato I I. t'HIN or and the earnings pay \\iIlmakc\ it happen fasten

.t :'Mnnntee''' County, the State At- either $1,000 or $. .OOO each ,tates not exceeding four und
4 tornev for the Thirteenth. Ju ilnteil Match" 1. IflOS bearing one-half, .per centum "per annum' .
JAMLSGRGGQY( -BLVE1lYAUAMSroM6l:: '" I dicial, "circuit, of Florida' In and Interest at a rate or rate not payable "iioml-annuallv on. Juni,
I a.atedDtRMXltlllN: .UrttctedbYllENnIEMN' ; 3:00: for HIllslmrnitKh County,, the exceeding four and one-half .percentum 1 I und December 1 of each year"
State' Attorney for the Four payable. and' inaturtnfr ""rla1I"\ annual
per annum 1
S; \ tVBsa alpaJePldteTECHMCOLOa'PLUS: Saturday 1:00
teenth .IuIII", '. Circuit of Florida 'Item l-annually on March 1 andSeptember InHtallmentH' on Juni 1 nT. ox''h'"
I f ] ISMAI In and l for Bay County, : 1 I of each: year' and year of the veam 1971. to 1">S9,
tin State Attorney for .. both. IniluHivi', : limn, .* "lnl'l"IA
Fill. SAT., SUN. MON., TUES. tho Seventeenth "' "I'ln, serially In annual' Installments -
.hid 111'11'' Circuitof un "'""I'h 1 of each deHtrlptlon of .aid bean,, 'In'Intr,
MAY 3 THRU 7 Pint-Ida., In 'and' for Broward" of the Years 11171' to 108''), both contained In the petition I ht'iiln, .
County, tin. State Attornev for lul'l"MI\| i.. and 1 the i-xhlliltH I I atni'hell llnliIT '-
.f the haahtee: nth .1",111'1.l circuit/ $180,0(10 1 ( State Sihoiil ands (10: and,
c J'y' or Florida.' ''''' In and' for Bievind" /Serle, /II. to be Insued' for and i IM FrriTtinK( onni.KRi) and [ !
IT'S THE'me O ."'I I 0 Countv nod the State Attorney on behalf of the Hoard, of Public that thin 0.10'| be pt..bu shed "liceea Savings I loaD
ea for the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit l of Hay County, h week for rhror ,'nn'i'c'utlv,' Cj;;
WITHTHE BIG TWO! E tftxl nf Florida' .In and' for 'In- :Florldu." .Ui'I I the denomination::: of week In n jmwHnapei I ,' piibllnhed ;
a qt linn Ulver Cnunly and' St r.tu'leCounty. either $1,UUII 01,. $ ..f"11' each, In r"'h of the "ConnlliH nf. Ha--
I Florida' and the several," tinted 1Illlr'h I 1. 1'I68'I bearing, Intercnt Bradford,' nn-vnrd. m'?," ird n.
/1.569 pruprrly, owners taxpnvers. rIt i t at n late or rates notcviocdlnu Columbix., Ilwtle l lini il,,. lleinan, 'szz/; ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
Irens do. HlfrhlandM. / 1.1 .
and others" having or, ; four and, one-half percentum ouirli In
;v1 claiming any right title or ,Interent p' r nnnuni, payablearnilanti .ii its at lllvnr: T,eon Munatif, : 218 N, Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000
tit L I IW In ptopeit\, to, be ,aTfecti ,"uulli', nn Mnrih' 1 and OIMIIITI." Pntnnm. I'lnellax. and
a bv the, iHHitnnie bv the tatu SiMiiomhiM, I of etich year and, oil.! I.ut'In" Klolliln' tin. ril-Bt l |
heard>' of IMiicnll: ,,,," of Flotlda, uiiitiiilitir,, "KerlnllIn' annual InHtHllmentR Hintlon' In ench nf snit' news-I I
a i body.' loipurute. of the Stnteif on Miilth, 1 of ( milof impel to. In. not leas than I
D31 "Flulldi( 1 ,. .nf 1'.1 710 0110 !suite. the \enr. ,1171' to insn' both ,
S' haul. (haul.. Ijeielnnfter" more" I ltl< '1iml\' 'M : .......- ... .__n...
'' Mwn'k 1""I""h't ,desi' rlbed or" to be $ir,0. .000 lime' .h.l. nonds.) -
/91111 Rif16" P nfferlad" ,' In nay way thereby S..?rl.'H II. I... h". NMIII'C' fm.. and
me, hereby" reiiulred,, to appear IMI l..h"I1'.r th. l"" inl' ul' Iuui.uluI
Mh .' b..fo,'? 'the circuit,, "Com of lcon I Inntru" tiiui i or I Mnnniei, (''umtvK' t
mi!' M County Florida, In the SecondJitillilul '"rhl.... In I In,. ilcnmtilnutliin, of
Circuit of .said. Stn t... eltbii. 000/ eaih.iliiti'il WOULD
nt the Courthouse In ..II II hll- .,Inn.,, I lulS, .hearing. Intitciit ,. VOU
IPIFlorliln." on the 2Sth Are nt n I"i id," nt ,lutes. not
nf AIa\ lids! nt ten o'cloi' exiiidltiK. four. .and.. une-hnlt' per
A M. and show cause why the .lentum prr' i annum ,payableMemiiiuuiliillx
Or TECII1IICOLOflN 1 1'"| "vers, of the complaint' flied nil. .l Mine 1 and I
,r In (he, above nrnceeillnfrs' Mhnutil I .. liciembir, I or oat'li vein,. anti
aY'Y.''t I mgt" i,.,. granted end the $rl-. "' '''II'ln., .. seilnlir, / In /aunuiil' InHtnlluieiit I I
71 lo.ono state School' Bonds. nil htm,' 1 of "cadi'' I

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I USTINOU- NES-PLESHEnE I I BELIEUEooa



I I Elect Carl I ''I



TO THE VOTERS OF y' I



BRADFORD COUNTY Only $10950For


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In coming before you for re-election as your County .
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Commissioner District 5, I promise you the fsame ,; ,%N Your w

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this
service in the future as I have given in the pas 0 .' : _?__ County. Commissioner ,

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DISTRICT ONE (LAWTEY) WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC

All Times For The Betterment Of Bradford CountyIn

ADDING MACHINE

He Offers You These Qualifications :

the time I have, served on the Boa d, I have worked

very diligently for the drainage program, and our health Horn Adds
and welfare and raised in Bradford County. 7 e '
programs which have headed up as a member

of the Commission. Working with Dr. tjuvington :and his t. I -.: -A: '",,Vr inbof ttf
efficient staff at t he Health Department has been a
pleasure at all times. "=\'Wfmhef of l! ''the" Bradford County Fair. Associa-!'

t. .t'iolf''I\nd1.Chlllrml'' of the State Farmers Market Multiplies x r

The Commodity Program!: was started during my term, 'JA'd9t9Aliy1' (m"'ittee.) J 7

serving the needy people of Bradford//<:ounty. It has! been Credit Balance -? ''.

a great honor and satisfaction! to me to serve! in this: iiflej'ved' 13"'yearson" the Board of County Com'mlMwtoners'and .

capacity. (J-'years as Chairman.


Although this: has been my department, I have also r -='Pnelteve 'ithafr'wo pay too much tax for what we TOTALS TO 999,999.99

taken a very active part in all departments! Roads, t 1 'get 'return. ..

Recreation, Mosquito and Garbage Control. and many -

others. t At Last A Portable Electric
: HE' FEELSTHAT HIS EXPERIENCE BETTER Adding Machine With The
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I am asking you for your vote and support" on May 7, 1: Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A

with the same promise. I made you four years ago I will (lO.CTALJFIES'imi!! TO SERVE THE PEOPLE OF
(
Heavyweight Machine.
always be fair and impartial to the entire County.I .
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ItUR\nFOUD. ''COUNTY ON THIS IMPORTANT

.. WILL A1TKECIATE YOUR VOTE OX: MAY 7 t APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL:

'BOARD. 10 KEY OPERATORS, INCLUDING CPA'S.

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS
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:Zedra HAMILTON' Your Vote and Support Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much!


:
SEEING IS
BELIBVING
... Will Be Appreciated


a (pd. pol ailv > BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHi

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TiIL'R6DAY,1tiAY 2, 1DG8 BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGn.I'If.IJT.lIKE; n.OllIT
& Sectlen 1A.. __ Pant Ttire:
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.. -- I '+ fur t hr rate of tl 0(1( hnet ford I', nuts, Mlorldu, '" 1< .H to In.. I hf. lowest 1< I usponflibU,'' Curl Hurst dues not have
Pfc. Crews u.\\lnifN; nnd $? ;aUep'." HCITop I linn Id Phu 11 h. I th.. Holi I ADDING MACHINES: manual inItli'RtlotiH i pliiii hatitUluirillHIT I "f xtnh '11I.lll'hlII'n.,) i< .. The I hU, hand tied to anyone. .
xrw Keep ''H. \\llllll. \\lll Ill.t'' lll "IUfllluhl I "I'i uuim i t '"I\II.Nlmll' For: : I "
+ 1 h ,M or electric.. For wile nv 'hh'| I H"I'qold/: t'"ullty. I*' ,,' i'.iiHlil'l '.Tin: I'.nxni (>I p COUMTY ray i; CHABLKS; A. X?lrl,
I .HiddeiH. iiiillfi-ntiMiH(" initMt I. xrr u' i 19K01 i I to t (1"m1ttIVVIU\F| t 1 It 1 1*4BTlADKKUIl l Kf itnalu. J X'lurk. ,
'3 AwardedBrp.ne rent. Add, subtract, crrdit bal .'111.1"11'I"\ tinHo ml, ...I'I furl: ud hi; ui,,\. hl'1 ,II
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ii nnt3> !'\ .tnnilhMloriiM'x, m 1 Hr.uj lu'r nv i.ldvhl" U U 11'1"\11 \ -' 'il I:I'r

1 t. JEROME JOHN5.S St .I; StarThe / an graph.e.- Bradford County' Tele !t .....


t ; ELECT
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County Commissioner: Bronze Star Medal for I'
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1C' ,o.t: r. r valor .lir combat has been presented ('.\I.r. FOII itios AMIOIHU '
DISTRICT 3 :> Tl ('OMII.M" I, CHARLES 1
posthumously to Pic IOHS' it '
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llunluit l> i lr
Charle? Richard Crews of ,, .' ,d ,
>r I no U i "CM i I. I'M i KO.'I"; ,
::sKlngsIey! : Lake oho was killed r" i \\'oIt..II'j i ,| .| > j II dune' inns I
He Is Working For The Rebuilding'OfState a V 1,1.I 1' IH h..I". \, 1 xhrtl nal ,
Mast, November in Vietnam. '
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- ? 110 11..11..1 I ol :
l'nuuly' ( 1InI8'
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J Road No. 16 To Clay County Cane The medal was presented to ,, ,/; dl "'IH of. Iliinli' 'mil.,;. "rnuntv,
KI i iiln' will "Irrelcr| mleil,, |bl.l|,
the parents: Mr and Mrs
With Curb Gutter and Sidewalks mill i ," 1 .' Uut'Clrch i i > )1'.11 I Kn|i ip. S. A. Yl ER': ,
Charles W.. Crews of Klngsley i J'' ji', loot P'nis!' / ,. 111 ni", mriioofil \ 1

- Through The City Limits. I Lake by Lt. Col.( Clayton A ni' HH''I 1 ,1'L Iltlu of M.'III..|d|. fonnu t'I1.. itll 1"1 C.iiul<"''1 I .I I ;

BiI';?! of Gainesville, acting for I lii'itx. u "stin t UP.r. F'inriitii AIll
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M 4 rt I u. nil I.I.It. ,rn, ,Ul, ||
I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT Major Byrne Headquarters will l lmil.llLrt
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\ i uprtlod| | ,and, .( ,rind)
173rd Airborne Brigade. ,1'1, | In .tu .1
court ,
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-'" it.inm "f 16P i7 i7r
{pd. pol. adv.) San Francisco the unit to r nl Ib, ,.Jf.. ,.+ml. '. I' ..iiniconn'1 .",. llmimni. I
"di< ...'. ri..iiiii. for, ii,,. riiiniHii-' ;
which Pie Crews was attach \\ntt u tall "HH" i'lulu. owl I",11. or SCHOOL BOARD f ;
ed. .iinl. Pndn! "uel i h.n, ,.i l'' 'Ihr,, r.illnu. 1
4 4 IIIH ImllilUm In llnniri.nl" Con
The Citation read: 1)0. I FlorhlrtM '
EXPERT. I "For heroism In connection' ." v> I ol I ItriMtl Nil' I.'n1I1I.'II.'olin x ,

c 1W t-.. with military operatlonslagainst I II Copperhead ', Kl'tUlxll.. 1 run F'1 llllln\:M-I. ri.oiul DISTRICT 3 r

+ a hostile force. Private' I, \01'10'1. I h. |photo|,, mil min'lllillnnH -
LAWN : |,. in the office ,
I First Class Crews dUtlnsulhlied! II of I ilw t"Inl'k. ...1' I Ilio "rlrrun, '
hImself by exceptionally val Peter Novak 13 holds a 'JE- iVnrt nl "HtnikiPlnrlilii, Any 1 1f
orous actions on 20 November Inch Copperhead his father, 'hid "rr, iM-cl 1 nCii'i. 9'on n'('Io'k
I I' M ,K: I"I T" HI) .I n no 1'liiS!' will|| CONSIDERAS l :
1967 In the Republic of Viet PeJe Novak, shot in tile backyard tort ,I.- niiHlilcrml. All Milt mum f ,
nam. On that day CompanyA2D of their home oppositethe Infin.. ,' I Infull',, umt,, "'\I\lon\ ofveld I .. .
MOWER linllclliiu/ : mi 01Una tu th*
r Battalion 503rd Infantry country club Monday 1.111".1, Hit| <<.in....minx. HIIn. ..
.was On,a search and destroy night f,.1,' |Purl,, I 11 litllH, ..if Mil, h..nlltll'lli. ', i I
F lion will nol.\ I.,. ronvldrrod.. I II IKm PARENTS we must provide our chit AS VOTERS
must elect
a'p mission when attacked by an While they are common to I ,, 'h hid' tniiKl, I...< in. ,,oinimraI'll ': we a person with
:corms force. Flflrlil.i, Copprrhciid'q usually .IIV ,n ,.w,.tl(j.,1 ill... .ill. CMMllIK.'H dren with the most and best education possible the interest, understanding, jmd qualifications
i In-i-k" if Mil bond. In. .
thiiininnnt -
are only 31-? feel I l., In length.
\ "Pfc Crews, when contact .. .,, iif n\ .> 'IMT, r"..MI. 1 of 'tUffi I in order for them to meet the problems of our to fulfill the, responsibility of public office a
REPAIRS was made ran forward and': bun hl.l tin trnniiinl.i" that' tlio
engaged the enemy despite the "Illl.l.lilil.M. .,,. .,I., ,U If. 11\\.1..1 Ultlllll, | |h'"''h.'ill. .11"0.. .ron,, changing: times. This:, education is our responsi:,; : person ()dedicated; to SPEAKING) : UP for what

I volume of incoming' when It bittled five days at DMinlinrliti" ,ilnM.. jidi, ,iln.nii.iMvc II:, '
heavy I \\ 1 bility. As a parent of children in school, I want rtu' believes in and
,, making decisions based on
I the end of the rugged\ Dik: To ; h.-hin: Klvcn o f Miichuntitd
automatic grenade
weapons] ,, nirr' inl.i n \\ttit.m, -nnlinil
and mortar fire. He moved campaign; to drive the enemy t,. n'Itit'tho lliinnl,' i.r "cmmn.> i, to help INSURE this education what his own judgment, and honesty dictalcs.
AILvMAKES AND :MODELS off Hill[ Ci.ninilKHlun. nl Minilfnril,
875 ,
from position to position plac Connl vftf KU i'Ida. In auinltlancowlth We must not allow politics to interfere
WE HAVE THE )PARTS AND ing fire encouraging his fellow I U S casualties totaled 277 tno, aucept.nl' bid and fflv i i i in AS TAXPAYERS, we must: know thatnthe .'
1 L .1 soldiers and aiding! the dead and 946 wounded In the :prulrnct, ; Surely: : \IliinU: HullN* I' with the education of our children

THE K1V'OW1101VNAPA wounded. He continued to I battle which ended on ,nnimint taelf ,i\ to cfilnl|' nnlil to Board one, Imudrediper In "n ', vast sums of money being spent for education\ .

place a heavy fIre on the enemy I Thank AS
AN
173i'd took Hill 875 In rnxr or riillin." nn 'the portul' INDIVIDUAL, you must decide
Crews Was
until he was hit and mortally 1 the.. xurrrxxlnl. lll.lll.lt. to Remember $2,000,000.00 will be next
PARTS wounded.' I killed sometime in that campaign .I'Mlit.. .- ii "ern 11'110',1 I ,, .niruii-. nero spent. : vhich candidate you believe will fulfill the duties' +

"Pfc. Crews' outstanding, !; .bond odor< v\llliln,dq|, 'H iiit.'i ten\ ,I.IIH.'I"11, ,r'..Mil. nthr.ii, unl-.mi* year in the Bradford, County School system. ol a School Hoard: member tfc moat\ effectively
Pick-Up and Delivery Service display of aggressiveness' devotion i I ,III.,, ..I' till- ll\v ,ir.l nl'nn. t''l II l','l.tHi This is the largest governmental budget in
: our
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I clunk) or hid Uninihull heii'liiln.H and in the best interest of our children. If
to duty and personal 1 I" thu 11..1..,,, rf l' i-'tinlr you
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Ii As businessman I will the sound
county. apply
bravery were In keeping with 1'nllIIIIINxlull. ,''I'N i .it, I'l .iilfi.ilfoliiiM a that I 111m the man for this
i agree : responsibility
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Fast Action \ ', I'Mtirlilu ii4 liiiuhliil.ililiimiiui'H
O'NEALS the traditions of the ; business principles learned in operating
highest .. for, HIH.. 'h fn llnr"" lnhrlwlxr .i- my !lawn I would sincerely appreciate vote
military service and reflect thc.lu-ik, 01, 101011",1 1 1hall your on May 7.
business to the operation of the School Hoard. -
In- "l.-tllln.il" lo' III. ,I.M.Ii'l. ,
SMELL I great credit upon) > himself his Having; trouble getting Sn 1.1(1,1.' ..' IIIIIVllhlllll, w IllHlild
SERVICE unit and the United States your trash picked up? tin,,, u pel'Inil, ;. ..I' HKt\ (I lnMllflCI
I I I II IIIlllltll, xrt! fill. 111. OPCI1lltic Won't please join with in providing for the future and
Army. Take: a tip from a den of 1111"1'1' you me progress of
435 E. Madison St. I Crews was part of the 173rdMAY Cub Scouts out to remind All wink, Hhnll. In. door. In. ai111 -
I (' lIllllCII wit 11 l-ltllltt, HM'|. ( ,IflLllUOIIH \-
1 John (!.- Public not tt> be a iiinl "eonlrncl,, tloiumontar.liillvo our children through the betterment 0 f'our schools.
....1 litter bUI{. The fotowin. sign 'I''' ihoretu na\ prnpiirutl. by
1 Krunlt Oonrwe. Aruhltoi'i! Ia-
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aPl'eart'dIonday afternoon IntUn. Pl'irliln. Plnnw' Bppilfl.nII '
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?, +T x vrr In the Chamber of Comm I | HH hi Mini cxttinitu'd uiinlrad, tit dodimPnH"nmv tin' rffirCof \ Join; The Parents' Crusade For Better> Schools! .
office wlmlow'lit
rrp Cull
I I the fk-ilt, of ihe I ritcultr.inrl
and Wilmit, along' with a \ ,,, (Cmii'thniix' ,. lliillilliiKt In
7th t 1968 barrel of (rush on the sidewalk I #tllI'I Ip'. Kl.'il.lii. '. r1, H tinolTI.. .. .
I of Ihe An .liln-i, I. ins Mm"th Tuliii. VOTE FOR AND ELECT '
outside."Is .\MIIIII" In I'liliilkii.. Klorldn.fMu .
itr M.-t, lit Hiirh, plunn and uon-
any of this trash "n mt t diHiini.'nlH mill fnrinfi fin
lilddliiK ninv l hI' KHonri'd, 'I'VKi'iiinil
yours? This trash picked up1n inlitini. 'torn" from the otflii '
"'alnwrlght I'aik by IK-ii (lit tin- Ari'hlt.M-t, by dnpoHlt- CHARLES SAWYER
thi-riwllll The) dcII.IHII -
\ ,41111a. ,
r 1:Cub Seoul j; April 18, 1 JI8.Keep InK. fri.ni' KHtiernl i nntrni'toi' i
"DAY OF
Yfnir City; Clean"Tuesday will !h<. ,iM-fnnili-d" mien" Hiilimlxion ,. -
xl "..r ii 'iinniifldi-' Mil null, !mrRrn, "
t ,.I l snhl, 1IIInH mid, rniiti.xt 1 dnrn.
morniiiK the new SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
r, in,'ntH' In K'l'.il inii'lll'"on within+ DISTRICT 3
i'I trash container was empty. I Irn illlVB utter" III" illle xrl t far
i 11,.. npcilntr, nf. liul II ).(..nl11I
It W:"a not fvrn a regular ,,
(,,,,'I1"'r.' ,,1.'"", Inner" than one (IPd. T-ul. ,
a dop for the Garbage Department. net, (if HIII. .Ii I III/11P) and xPrrlfh" .ILtlonii Adv
t tli.HB truly !b.. nlitnlncd, l by>
pnvlnit, t the ""Hl. "I ,ilupllintloil.

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a I p h Bryan A (Question!' for Sen. Cross :'

Do You Hire The Only Folks We Can f Trade With ,


'.I Never before, in this century has* it been more important to elect Your Relatives? .. -

capable, impartial and dedicated individuals:, who have strong compassion :

and respect for t the people they are to represent. "\ecording to records: in Are Those Who Don't Check With Us.
the! !tate comptroller's office ,I .

i A great !statesman!' and patriot of the past, pretty well summed it there were I'J'!:{ relatives I ,

up in six words. Itememhcr? "UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE of l lawmakers on the :' ro'

FALL." state payroll during the'I''
two-week pay period
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ended June 20.
I UNITY begins!' at home! "Others with relatives list! : .:: '.

I I ed on I the payroll for that .
It i is my humble desire to unite the political leaders and citizens of pay period included J. Emory -

liradford County in one common cause: to make our county a better Cross, D-Gainesville.: :' l '

place to live and a better place to raise our children and those to come ,.

after them. This can be effected WITHOUT INCREASING: TAXES; Reprinted from

by better control and increased efficiency of present expenditures:, and SAItSOTJOIKN.U" .
services x duly 7, IUG7 .

Vole For f

I realize [that I have not seen as many people as: I should have in e

the ,past few week! hut I have found people eager to talk and I have ED PECKState .. ,) w

been just as eager to listen. Through> these talks, I have learned a great
conditions and needs. I have been Senate. ills(. 7
about
deal more our country's:! l given

many worthwhile suggestions: which I intend to pursue, if elected.. It ''Putti! Pulitlqal; Ad)

has done my heart good to hear the unselfish! comments:! such: as 'the "" ..

one made by an elderly lady, "I have never taken an Interest politics) ( .

before, but now feel that everyone has to. I have na children nnd haveno "

great desires for myself, but I urn concerned about other people and ., '

their children.:' I 'I
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MY\ ideals are high. i My goal is perhaps unreachable, but God L

willing I'll go down fighting.I :MAC BALDWIN] ..Li(, j

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will make mistake hut T will always be man enough to admit

them and do everything possible to correct them. f f toA

Ask ( Y
I will'never' try to force MY WILL upon the people, but will strive
t
lo seek THEIR WILL. Charley '
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Some of my supporters have suggested that I bring out more issues: E. '" "

and that I really 'climb on" my- opponent. You ALREADY know the r ; .s, ,

issues:! and actions of my opponent for the past !several years; and I JohnsAbout <. .r

cannot bring! myself to 'climb en' anyone in an effort to be elected. I I.

''"dill not dwell on anyone shortcomings( and mistakes, but I have simply 'L.:.&

tried to t present myself to you and the feelings of my heart. this question 1 .r ., .


to do the job. "We had an auto accident d r t f
I believe I have the ability S'
1,000 miles! from home. We t a' "

lifetime have I wanted anything than I were mi ht.v pleased when
Never before in my : more
our long distance'phone
want the PIJOrtunity .to :serve on your Board of County Commissioners.:; call to your agency broughta y <

For this reason, I humbly ask you to local insurance adjusterto
JIM LAWSON ERMIB JONES til'ALTEP.'ALV.IREZ
promptly handle our

claim, our auto repairs and

-ELECT RALPH J BRYAN( Mich medical! claim payments.service extend Does

all over the continental

L'.*<>.,\.?.,
Baldwin Chevrolet i Olds
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The Decision Is Yours( Charley Agency E.:: Johns : -


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Section 1-A Page Four BRADFORD COUNTY OTXBORAPn.: : STAKKB. FLORIDA' THURSDAY. MAY 2. 196t1't -
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,{ ,'' ,' ,' Shaw Named
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.:''T .. ,' J. ", 'i'... ';' ,'. "!tr t Nip Frauds HURST IS NOW FIRST!
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.....1'11 '''' .J': ,' ; The Florida Council on
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1'S, io. .'ii''J.! :-i Y".I. : : Commercial Frauds'::! at its
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nual meeting in Tampa an-I

it. "or./.1 .::tI; : \t April member sentative 26 elected of Gene its Board State Shaw of Direc as a I Pledge to You People to be as Good as My Word\ and to Attend to the Businessof


I tors.Each Director represents a I the Sheriff's Office Only.
gcogiaphlcal: area of Florida
and Representative Shaw will
represent the entire North
tl Florida area.
I
k ; 1 Serving with Representative After 30 years, it is time
I Shaw on the Board will be
State Comptroller, Fred O. Let's .
for
I a change -
Pinellas Dickinson County Allen Prosecutor R. Wilson I promise you I will treat everyone

Morton Lee Perry Assistant'' give a young man a
Dade County State's Attorney:'' the same no preferred treatmentwill
arid, Chief of Rackets and I chance. I promise you I
Fraud Division, James Horrell be given to only I a few. l
Orange County Solicitor, and I will not ask you to I let
William Oruman, Chief of
Frauds Division: Hlllsborough I me remain in office until
.iL.i County fice. State's Attorney Of-I
70.
age
Representative Shaw was recognized Yr
I v at the meeting for''
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his efforts in seeking
Pictured at dedication of UDC memorial to Confederate fill t Yvlepuui j are (iron left): tion controlling the leglSla-1
-. 1\,..... W. H. 'Nollman, Chapter hlHtoiian.. ; Mr. Le-j feJMp fclJriC( : fclOLptHr: president; Alrw.. practices of home
:. T. A. Morse, State President. ; .Mrs.. J..... E. Wllwon, daughter, uni" Mrx.. Cienrge Bennett !eteers in Florida' He guided I
to passage the first really effective .
granddaughter, of the late Col. W. T. Meek, f'iif \Ttom'the'cliapter wa named. anti-fraud piece of '. < 'I .
t r" : 1; legislation enacted in recent
years but the act was later)
Confederate fjlemorialDedicated J vetoed, by Oov Kirk.
The Florida Council on a a,
Commercial Frauds has as its 2 ,
Elect Carl Hurst---1.S84
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By UDC,i Chapter dence in Florida businesses' a man who tells
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'Southern Memorial Day was The dedication address wasmade chapter president welcomed Information on frauds being you
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observed locally by the dedication 'by Mis. T. A. !Morse of those attending the ceremonyand practiced in Florida, together \ do for you now and
.of a handsome granite Tallahassee. President, tllel\ told of the effort that with proposing State and: Fed
':memorial, erected to the mem- Florida Division UPS:,5 JvhJ;! wont Into planning and erection eral legislation to curb illicit in the future- not
.. ory of Confederate dead of read a list of the namis at of1 the memorial. practices. The Council works I what he has done
,Bradford County at> Crosby Confederate veterans burled In Following the dedication, a closely with Better Business
", :JAke Cemetery last SundayS the cemetery and also a poem wi.Mlh/ 'of flowers !was placed Bureaus throughout Floridain in the past.
.afternoon. I composed' by George C.&p fI.'y. atho' !'.foot; of the monument promoting its program.
The memorial turns a project I grandfather of (Mrs. 'ffcfZ H.Nollman 1>y Mr.I.I't, Joseph E. Wilson, a ',.
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of the W. T. Weeks Chapter upon his retutpnj home' danglhtiirrof l Col. W. T. Weeks, ..
I from the in 1865JM i G.': .'''for.whMi the local UDC ., AIoilc'H of "PIII..U..
United Daughters of the Confederacy war : : chapter for 'In* l>**d 1t
and /was erected at I The dedication progri6t9lv&i 'Is "lamed.Violin MPP. HU l/l, K.H. r
Lake''' with by Rev. V. solos were played, by I NOTien is MKitnMY mviw.:
the entrance to Crosby 'I opened prayer that H K. Howland I (I f
Cemetery on a triangular plot J. Ragsdale followed by Salute W. B. McKinney, 'who also I the ImM.-r. of the. folliiwlnfr
.. presented to the chapter/ by I'' to ,the Flag: led ,toy Mr-r: Luther I accompanied< the group in'. rates tertJfIf'Hti'M. for, a ban lux flli deed d mild to.' I rerun-I 1 promise you I will be
: DeWitt C. Jones.Former I Powell. Mrs. Lester'Crt"wlI., singing "God !Bless America sued| ihornon Tin ...rtlfl..nl., l .
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the d Hf'rlptldii of the |1"'OI"'ly| i | as good as my word. '
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end damaged other Ml" HH CJlnrlCVittribute '
Starke Woman Dies spoke I No. 2
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Bedroom Fire In GainesvilleMrs. # 1. 2, :II of ilk 7 Omlottii, I'nlt 1 1.
is survived by two Nil,"" In whh'h. m*...oHH. ..rl Ted 0.I1l1ehll .
son Richard Ray of KnoxVille lit.ill .
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of iinltl |mitoitv heinr, In
Irene Drake Thomas R Thomas also formeTTy'of"Starke Tenn., and Roy Ray tho Oonnty or Hiudfonl. State
formerly of Starke died Sat- was not at home at serving with the U. S. NavyIn f.f Plnrldn .. .
'urday night In a bedroom fire the time. :': Jacksonville; a brother t'n Ie'"? sin Hitch 11 r he rtlflrntitlflrntPtt redn/!-med"r inrni,--
at her home In Gainesville. 13 Mis. Thomas was foundIyIng = James,t>rake of Delray Beach; cording to law. Hit, ,propot. tydesorlh0d CARL HURST SHE RIFF
NE'14th St. on a bed in the ,.;,,tamp| !and'sis' ",,grandchildren corcililKlif'Ht "In will such I....vrrllrlratl Hold.I I, to I t thi-,/11.I 1: -
1 Gainesville firemen expressed house shortly after 9.,I p.' ,',m-: ,. Grstveslde; rites were held In ',11I hlililcp{ lit the ,-..n.t, ,,t liniinniloi ,,
Saturday, and already, Crosby Lake cemetery at 2:30p. : 01' nn tin flint Monday' In
belief that the fire was Month of June, in<18. which I"
,\oVG&'caWied\ by smoking in bed. deaSNby'! the time flrpmen' m- Tuesday with Jack Bell the nl day of Tune 11113.Oiicil 1
Mrs. Thomas's. husband. Cecil reached the scene. Two fire minister, of the Starke Church 19611., tlilx lAth itny of April, '' n * *
,. trucks and 12 men were: sent of.Christ officiating. Arrange- 'HA1t1.r.: l A .,II. MtHV ,.
to the location and bat tied the ments wale in charge of John- 'Ie'rk of ('In nil I'nr1.' I .rRrO.v.rd
EZERASE TYPEWRITER "rolllitv Florlilii
,I PAPER. Mlmeo Paper. Bond blaze Fire damage for more was than restricted and hour to ,. son-Hays Gainesville.: Funeral Home of 6-2 4t 5-23 i One of the major factor,* vhich helped re-elect my opponent four years ago was his promiseto

Paper.Bradford Notebook County Telegraph..'lIJpn.-I the bedroom although?..wate '(, i ii the people of Bradford Bounty. to retire at the end of his 1964 term of office if re-elected.

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VOTE FOR Forsr4ctron: ., we'll Supplies get It Furniture for you. Equip Office- PROMISE TO RETIRE IS NOW DENIED SHERIFF

AND RE-ELECT Not "promises, Telegraph.ment. Bradford County

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DAVECOUNTY" Elect -

C, .j..j.Fxft.d W. E. LawsonFor SHERIFF RENIGS ON PROMISE TO RETIRE


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: ,I Four Years Ago Our Present Sheriff Said:
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iv/. COMM1S-" SINER(..).... LIBERALEQUALITARIAN I It is up to You, the People, to make him live up to his promise. It's time for a



District MOVt; tro..1. : ,.* AMIABLE change -- MAKE{ THAT CHANGE WITH CARL HURST.

: Dave Shuford Believes In Working For; ALL The People DUTIFUL

Bradford County And Not Just A'Selected Few. I

.. .. J 1(." RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE I I AS YOUR SHERIFF, I PROMISE YOU GOOD PEOPLE:

(Reprint from Florida Tlme -Unlon)
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Kirk Suspends 1 ) Full time law protection for every one of your tax dollars spent.

Kirk Urges ProbeOfllibertUliarge To be a Counselor with our Young People.

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Taylor Board I promise to CONTINUE deputies with Character and Reputation unquestionable. --
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TALLAHASSEE All five members I promise 'l.t: CONTINUE modern radio and jail equipment, law training for deputies and
of the Taylor County Commission dressed Don't be misled for all of this.I
nicely deputies., your tax money pays .
: were suspended> from office ." a-. I BOAT

grounds Monday of by malfeasance Cov. Claude, misfeasance Kirk on the, TALUAHASSEF-'rite!; governor's I I promise more protection on our roadswe must have safety for our families.

Incompetency''n office. and neglect of duty jfflce ounty: Tuesday tate.attomy'a requested. ,office the to Leon In- I i I My deputies and I will be alert and active to protect you. You fine people are entitled to

A The Jury l said it had evidence ..estlgatechargeaIteti.ibertyCosn-{! I i
which jqulpment reflected, labor the and use materials of county for :y equlpmentya' d fclxir.jwerebeing. : [sit (b cor toatowneriB1J1RRITT olicyl I promis/e/ you good people when my first t?rm of office has been served, you can truth-

strictly private purposes. 4sed. to iftil. *jwjvate*** j..\..p'r&nerty.t \ / fully and honestly say "He has lived up to his promises and pledges. He has been tried and not

: -s--- L -IIi-r I r'a 1 WILLIAMS found lacking in service to us." You can go a step: further and say he has done his job well as a

-;: : '" -, public servant. "He has run the Sheriff's office protectively and efficiently."
Vote For And Support 117
r N. WALNUT I have worked untiringly, day and night, trying my best to see every family in Bradford

STREETPHONE; County although. you, may have grown weary with politicians. If for any reason I have missed

DAVE SHUFORD, 1:2': 964-5391 seeing you. please accept this as my sincere plea for your vote on May 7, 1968.

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TAWDI. VUMUDA THURSDAY MAY 2, 1988 .'t Sertlon Two 1 Pare Ona
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,., June. We are starting" earlier skiing la) another family acti- room In.the car for passong'ers.
FARMER'S DIARY this year because we don't vity. It's easy to learn and Dally errands and grocery'
want meetings to conflict with doesn't ?require a great. deal shopping can even be enjoyable :
r 1044 The Bradford County Telegraph There was no shortage of Y little green "rain frogs' at the school children! who will be of. equipment. for the youngsters if yoh,
4 berry picker in the county our place...He wasn't doing out for summer vacation. $rlng along your camera to take the :water route. Ac:arwt' ,
I A ESTABLISHED 1879 last week, for housewives any chirpingbecause so far' The White Elephant auction! onptare, some. of the beautiful! ] Hory tops* and canopies ai4!:also I".t
,b f "AliwER Ej E. I. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher from' near and far flocked to this spring he's had little to sale was thoroughly enjoyed.; naturat scenery that graces available to convert Y'o\U'i\ }
rd!. N the fields and did the picking:, sound off uibou't.' So if you The auctioneer !became so en- the shoreline. The' family might bout', 'Into a floating Ibedroo I
.... G 0 y Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnously paying 28' cents per quart for tniok we're all bad off just thusiastic, he sold] everything also.enjoy something different wlth'tho old of an air :JIIjL '
'to Under The Same Masthead. the fruit. \At Oscar Carter think of the plight of rain In sight, including: the cups )ling...a shell hunt( or nature tress. .. .
ailTio farm: tor Instance' there must troifgt, so dry that their chlrp- which several, members had.broug.ht hike. ,Pick a spot and put ashorerYOur -
t t: have been more than' 100 getting -, era aren't working for their own use: for /:outboard boat is Carl Hunt Is Truthful
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ftf Published/ each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Poet Office berries for ;Jam or for refreshments : the.key4O.1ill these activities. honest and Loyal
: freezing, one day loot week The next meeting; wilt.beheld : 'ToUr rig can also 'toe used to
f at Starke Florida under Act of:March 3rd, 1879. I month of May, Honorary Gold
S. Card Is due. 'May 14 at the recreation hke 'soiAe. of the traditional RULED LEGAL, PARS
Membership This
f.. Subscription! In trade area: 1 year $4.60; 6 months, 12.50\ The reason! why< growers $1 contribution center at 1::30 p. m. Don't for heaclachoa. : out of a vacation Steno Notebook Order' Books.
Y, Outside trade area: '1 year, 15.00; 8 months $2.75 turned to this form of selling By Sam McGarvey member per year.Is sent to our Nation-per get to .bring your coffee' cups;: trip. Luggage. and assorted etc. Bradford County, 'TelePII.ph" -
,4! Is simple: they were offered -Joe Kerrigan .,. camping .; ear can be stored
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vouch for the fact that it is a Committee!. and helps defray "
leas than 13 per flat for the right;In the boat. That leaves
I k! berries and when the price very Mine feeling expenses throughout'e year CARD OF THANKS'We .
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the Committee which acts
get that, low, the growers can are 'grateful to friends
make more on the U-Plck. 23: The dry weather has been as our lotofby In Congress on and neighbors! for their many
: cent dean! Then, .too, there Is harmful In many ways, but It senior citizen legislation: The acts of sympathy during our
: Help Me Help You far ,lens work Involved, so BO has been fine for the. construction only paid representative:' of our sad !bereavement. Ourappre- KeepJEROME
business: The rebuilding/ National Organization' is William '
wonder they go that route. ciation cannot be adequately
of SR-10O around Keystone! R. Hutton, who ia the "
S expressed. The Clark family;
And together we will help our -' editor of our "Sen-
Incidentally, Oscar has a Heights for example, !is progressing newspaper : _
ior Citizens' (News. tAU others
rapidly and the new JOHNS
: planting: of a variety new to
; County save Tax Dollars by taking us-called Torrey which wan Middle School in Starke promises donate;their' services. Carl Hurst's word Is Ms (
:just coming Into productionwhen to break! building. : records. As j eum11ler la about here! -
< bond he will not renececrnhis
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advantage of 25 plans are underway for the
the and -
my years exper-- r we saw patch --
which featured a very large But the danger of' foreqt picnic season which will be- word or promise. County Commissioner

ience in a business engaged in land- bush with big: leaves and fine fires Is' very much with us, and gin :with our'first meeting' in, -- '
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fruit. common sense dictates that DISTRICT 3
this fa . clearing, road construction, and the The small nonirrigatedberry extreme caution in ((burning
He Has
f y Brought Industrial Jobs and
about, anything. Actually, it la L h y
plantings are just i '
,r operation of 'heavy equipment. the law to set fire to / rIl
against
gone, as a result of the long: Payrolls to Bradford County WhatDoesThij'
::1 anything now, because of the
drought and other factors.
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Last week Ave( were toM' the danger of fires getting out of Mean To You?

J Please Vote ForHAZEL season for those plantings was control and doing widespread +
over with unless' there were damage. I I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT
some heavy showers, and S w1r '
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since then we've had only a We bad a light shower
couple of very light rains Saturday night, and the next e *d, tip.
PAULK which did little more than morning "vre" saw one of the
settle! the dust. It will take a I
prolonged period of rains to SENIOR
\";. replace the ground moisture Reminder To All Poll Workers
which has been lost during the CITIZENS

: For County Commissioner, Dist. 5 drought. NEWSSenior By Lynn. Hamilton. of Southern .Marine

We aw evidence of the dry and SheriffsPoll
spell on a trip down to Cedar BOAT CAMPING PERFECT ant campsite for your vacation Deputy
As most of you know I have been associated with my husband Dave Key over the weekend to seethe Citizens are very COMBINATION VACATION headquarters
Art Show. Normally! the pleased 'by the award of acknowledgement Want to double your fun The enjoyment of fishing:
Paulk for the past 25 years handling all business and legal matters, aa'. land between Otter Creek and given to us /toy this summer? HDie (Evinrude cruising or water skiing la a Workers and Deputy Sheriffs
the OuJf Is wet and "boggy, the Bradford County Friendsof News Service suggests you trya welcome change of pace from
well as all bookkeeping, assisting in the preparation of aU bids, plug with plenty' of water standing the !Library for( our small /boatcamping adventure. the: routine of camping: You Election Workshop Meeting will be
in roadside" ditches' but on contribution., As most of us are This combination vacation lets can get In those. extra hours
keeping dally records of each piece of equipment and'each man workingfor Saturday the area was dry, unable to apply ourselves to you enjoy a full range of outdoor of fishing, and it's a perfect,, held tonight (Thursday) May 2, 1968,
the dltjthes dried up, and a hot greater physical needs' in the sports. There's somethingfor for father and son to '
us. Since the women of our country are called upon daily to do, aj:>tman's to way at 7:30 P.M. at the Bradford
haze bung: over the land. community we are happy every member of the fam- spend sometime together. Mom County
work I feel it I la high time we have more women representing'our be useful In repairing: (books might even try flier 'hand with
We l enjoyed the art show, and 'we. are grateful also for Ily.Plan your trip round your rod and reel, providing someone Courthouse.
county government. I favor better governmental relations between although we felt it did not the opportunity to do so..The. rig If you own a large 16 or else handles the worms.
measure up to former ones, scroll we received will be framed foot cruiser, could Cruising Is another water PLEASE BE
,,1T- you PRESENT
ALL of and will be available ALL times to ALL : Its .
parts our County at .but moat of all enjoyed a fine and takes appropriate easily map out a full two!week sport lUte family can enjoy. It
the of seafood dinner of oysters and place In tlw Recreation .Center; cruise, stopping off to camp might pay to learn a little bit
people the County. stone crabs out on the fisher The {.seventh National Con; 'oveml&t1t.or eight-sec. If you about the history of the area NEVA FLYNN
:mans" Wharf. In some places) ventlon' of Senior Citizens will own'a small runabout or car before starting out. Then
(pd. pot J adv.. they feature'.stuffed crabs take place May 31 and..June,1 I top fishing: rig, it would pro. you'll know the points of interest Supervisor of Elections
l ut 'down' there they stuff a at the Statler Hilton Hotel'In, .
!l bably be (best to pick ''a perm.w. along the route Water
i i nan with crab, and Sam wilt Washington D. C. During the, '
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QUALIFIED DEDICATED.-, '1. The Careful Selection of Capable Personnel.

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His record is not one of idle promises about the future but a
'- I am proud of the personnel of my offce and the high
record based on Past Performance in the office of Sheriff of

degree of proficiency they have attained.
Bradford County A record that PROVES he is deserving of .1


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Sheriff Reddish Has Worked Hard For The'Benefit of All Bradford County


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He has proven his ability as a law enforcement officer With the crime rate in our State and.Nation. 'rising : Pete Reddish has shown i that he appreciates the

by being able to make the right decisions in faster than the population increase, this: is 'no time position of Sheriff-and your trust in him over the

time of emergency and stand up under pressure to place the main law enforcement.'office. :of our: years. He has i never/1 been\ too busy to stop and listen


which is very important in law enforcement :work. county in inexperienced hands. We. need the best: to anyone's. problems and'I lend a helping hand.

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My opponent says he will not ask you to let him remain in RE ELECT A TRIED AND TRUE :

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office until age 70. For the record I am 58 years old and I .

will be 62 at the end of my next term. I am young enoughto .. w# -1'

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-- .! yyyyyyyyyyyyy yy ter of retired'Colonel and Mrs Wllaon H Tarlton call> ns will be forwarded. Ifplena acceptable, for. 100 per cent ?.
r J..B. Ches8lngton of WILSON H. TARLTON and tpeelflcatlonH are returned the hntraot, price; within
;: Keystone ten
I AdmlnlKtrator of the Katato of In rood condition wrfh- ((10)f )) day after being awarded
r T NEWS ABOUT Heights Fla. .1. P. Tarlton, deceaaod. n five ((5)) davs after receiptof the contract Said bond, frunriin.
ZieaUrledtsw CASH-INON Kiiftenn B*. Shaw bids, the full deposit touln. the performance payment!
EUGENE F. SHAW' refunded, of nulil Imnrt., eh-u tia paid
r h 00dt... 142 Went Call Street B. Sub.Conlracto.'pn.l..re, ly the Contractor.No "r
tkJ ) THESE SUPER SIGNS, all kinds.. Metal or Starke, Florida eta.: For plane and Bpotlflcatlons bidder< rnuy withdraw .
:: SERVICE MENuu.u.u.u..u..A Cardboard'_. The Telegraph. Attorney for Administrator to eub-contractor. vendor bill for ,a period of thirty (ij,)
fURNITURE and APPLIANCES will days' after the data &
il :} : SPECIALS! 4/25 4t 5-16 tc.. the dupoMlt 'e>
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tax. .n th..renf.TIlt'
: *"0.no 1 plus 4 per cent sales *
ADDING MACHINES; Manual !\OTIC If the plan and speclfli.. '"t I..na Contractor will bo r..
FABULOUS VALUES Sr! -- or electric. For sale or Notice IH hereby. given that are. returned In (1'00."dIU..nH! iiulred, to complete Bald Droll.) .
;r7 pupated bid* will be received by within I five ((0)) diiyM after" leicript within the time net forth in hit;
ArmY.Prlvate First Class rent. Ado, subtract, credit balance the Board of Public Instruction of bills, tho refund will hid
Our buyert have searched the, jr": ", John! D. Lewis, 19, son of Mr. Bradford County Tele nf Bradford CountFlorida at I he | $10.00, plus, tax l'J-P< .ltihpcks The BUcceaHfill. bidder, If .
", ..k.t. for th... .xe.pueosh-! he r>fflt>o of the Nuperlntenrlpntof ) shall be matin. payabl tc will lie nntlfliid within five (?Si
ffurnituro and appllanco value*.',: : and (Mrs: Edgar M. Lewis, graph. Vulillc> 'rnHtiucllon of Hnid- the Archltott. days after the hid la arrebtnV
: Brooker )'IL, was assigned asA f..rlCounlY.\ .1'I O. fox IH'i.: C. Separate: shi-ets for drawdfkntI The Board l>f, Ful.llo Instruction
-1 FULL CARLOAD CONTRACT TRUCKLOAT:;. : [ ( J\)>ll,<..* 4r Apnll'ontlenfar ; '" "Him" 'Ice, Florida I UI'| to 7:30: .p.m Inxx or pnoc"m "f spw ,,n. of D cad fn rd C,.lInty. Florida, re.'
and pvrchaus. :i cannoneer with 4th. Armored 'TaD.ejNee. .. (r>ST) on the day of !May may be pllrd.upd from' the ear veN the right to reject t
earn ui MAJOR DISCOUNTS .+: E 'Division in Germany, 1U4.IO, F.B.. 2:1': 1II6D for the coiiHtrurtlon of: Architect., HS follows (loo "" /I lid all hide, and to waive any any f
continue "x. NOTIl-i., IS HhKEHV; t ClIVEN[ I'luine Two Kraclford L'nlnn ) .Informn'ltlea.
w. can to bring April. 9
you: : L Hint Mr. ,CailIt. at-ton Area, Vocational. Technical. Center r""Jr J "wliiKB SI.o9 1 PIT' "lietplus TUB BOARD OF PU'BLIC
BETTER VALUES. KT-J His wife Barbara, lives on thu holder of the following Hlniko., Florida l 4 per cent taxMpcilfliullimH I.NSTRrrTION
.; 1 -I Route' 2, Alachua, Fla. vi'tirumieH, hue. filed .aid' l certlilcuurt it which time bid will be op. I l (.Hi per paneplun \DFORD COUNTY
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1tFcrte fur n,-tax deed to he I.l .. ,'ni il and rend aloud. Any bidsrerelvrd 1 4 per cent tnx. FLORIDA
at3dcoche'k/hI ,wa1 o1tl kiil"i niivil thereon The certlrieut after .the Hperlfled. time \: ThoniaR L. Casey Jr..
Machinery Repairman First nun.brlH and! yenrM of iMunnce., mil date will nut !10><. conaidered.PlanH All iwiliests for. ,plnns nmlHpeilfleall Superintendent
lhe> deHfHpttort of the properly, MiterlflratlonH and contract I lone nepnriitc, shpi'li1 3-2 3t 6-16
Class John A. !Ratcliffe U3N. and the name. In which It wee. docitmont may be examined of rtrnwlnus or paites of speclil.atlons -
-- Aluminum the husband of the former a H>eine<] are a. fullowM* In the office of Don R. shall be mnde through -
Y Certificate No. 27 Morgan Architect 2201 Kln* the office of the Architect.Ench Carl Hurst win' give\
ijt ( : .rn.r "ile. 'tIIT, t FOLDING Miss Betty J. Harris of Rt. I, Year of ]a.uance 1U66 'Icy Avenue, Orange Park FlorIda hid nhall be accompanied yep
,< ( .. CHAIR Starke is serving: aboard: the Description;: of Property JJBe and MS follows: hy a pHHhier's chock or bid full time law enforcement.
a -- destroyer usa Blandy In the :03' of llnlf Block 6 In Law- 1. F. W. Dodge Corporation, bond In the nmmint of B ni-i
4 ,I r- d Vertical and tev W of Ry. Ja..keon"e, Florida. rent of the bid, payable to the -
I l 1 I 1 7 webbt.Foldi Pacific. Name In which absented. Clifton 2. Oalnesvllle' Plan Room BOHrd of Public Instruction of A Question for Sen. Cross
crau
The, Norfolk Va., based destroyer N. Prevail. Oalneivllle, Florida. I Itraiirm-d, ftiuntv. Flnrlda n";
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0 r t flar. \ of mud' property being In 3. Daytona Reach T'lnn Room .."hl..n.> ..> ef Rood faith 11 n<<
'Is on extended operations 'h:1 County of Bradford, mate. Daytona Reach KlnrlilH\ .uRrHnUl'lnll' Hint the miopeesfiiblrtclfr ARE YOU FOR
$398 with the Seventh Fleet in of Florida. .l>tA. A'.ilJ UPKC'IFICATIOV will execute and furnltn
Unle.. men certificate. or c-er- PNn C' 'HKMBNTt the Board of. Public In trnctlon HIGH TAXES?
i q Gd a Gar Western Pacific waters. Blandy tlfloittea elialt be redeemed ad- A. Cleneral Cnntractorn*' Trpontnfiiieflt of Krmlfcrrt County. Florlilnliimrt ".
flagship of Commander De- cor ( 4tr stroyer Squadron Two, will denrrlhed In such certificate or plus 4 per cent since tax, d..- llcenwd to d" hnKlnoss IP "Sen J. Emory Cross. )D-
certificate will .IMHOlil< to thedHUeet I posit of General Contractor two Florida" nnil let Pd I h>% thenlti>H
take part In combat: operations bidder: ill the cciurt Close (2) Net of plans and spuclfl- States Tre..Hurv Department a" Gainesville, introduced the
dour nn the flrttt Mnlla.tV, In _
in the Gulf of Tonk'ln.Armed -' bill which would
Month nf June: 'IMS, which l 1.1 ............. add a
with live Inch and the, 3rd dav of June' 1163.! {.Ii f"" penny to the tax on all
three inch: guns and antisubmarine Stated this! 11th day of April \ : t'
NEW r.l ': items presently under
will 19*. KeepJEROME the
7 torpedoes, Blandy CHARLKS: A. TXVRBV, J cent sales
BLADE 3 tax.
support U., S. forces ashore CJeot of Circuit Court, of r \\1\ per
HUNTER and afloat In: South East Asia. Bradford County, Florida j "This would up the present

5-3 4t S-SfS -.. ( :; 2 per cent tax on autos to
In Tree Oountr Jnilire'n (!....r' JOHNS
Major James A Peterson, Of HriKlforrl. Count. KlvrldH : ; 3 per cent, remove the

son of Mr, and Mrs. Edward /. Probate \... 1 present exemptions on
R.. Peterson of Rt. 87 ColumbIa In Re: Estate of J, P. Tarl- II '.,f heavy machinery. and
ton Deceased! up
Conn., U on: duty, at Nha NOTICE! TO CllKlilTcmS; p I all items presently taxedat
Trang AB Vietnam. All crndltorH nf the estate nf County Commissioner
3> PIECE BALL GLIDER SET (Major Peterson a; T-39 8a- J. P. TART.TOM.. do.........". are 3 per cent to 4 per cent.

breliner pilot. Is a member of hereby file any notified ch.hllH..r and required demands to ; _'f I:" DISTRICT 3 C \
Attractive steel Reprinted from
sturdy, construcI the Pacific Air Forces. which" thiy, may have atcalnatHfthl .
,. far tailing beauty. Hat oluitilnum ,:d. ) relate In the office of the TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT
'" .- OOSF Before his arrival in Viet- County JudKu of Bradford. Coun- He Has Made A Personal Effort To 1967
from and arms. Baked $S. DOWN 20" FAN at ty. Florida.. In the rviurthouxiit .AprlI'19.
'he was! assigned
'SEr INCLUDES, name Florida within nix
Stnrke
finish. See
name $1.50AWEEK_ : :: 4 peed, push Tachlkawa AB, Japan. alnndar month from the flrMtouMluatlon Everyone And Ask''For Your'VoteAnd Vote For
;; a j PASSENGER GUDE Each
COLORS* Croon While Volley/ =....-, --;:-=-. ;' :' MATCHING ROCKEr button* twitch.Chrem ialelygclllst His wife, ,(Mae, Is the daugh claim or of demand thin notice.must be In Support Before Election.
.W MATCHING CHAIR writing and mu t state the : ED PECKState
5-year 'tare.f and pout office
y '- Ouaronte*. Carl Hurst will give, you nddre rpald"nJ'of the "lalmnnt I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE & SUPPORTpd.

J Aotite; around the clock protectionand and mum lie worn to hy tho Senate, Dlst. 7
claimant, hip ascent or his attorney ( pol. adv.)
II A ,,,,,, All merchandlil featured In thli no sign off at 12:01 a. m. Recording, or; to It law will become void. (Paid 'Political Ad)

?-s circular available al W. S. Bad-

1 R1 ,R" rook Corlli.,.-'M"lb..y. Flsdda.N
,rr Mod .t.m. available al any :Exclusive offer starts this week!

1.} Badeecli Ateeciato Store.T'CNIC _


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long k 29" high. Seats 8 93OOrt-
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facnrlif, lisMMMit; J' .40000,1 . . .9590t
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APPLIANCES Y
UL APPROVED COLUMBUS : J1Z
11. AGA and UL APPROVED -. n"

ELECTRIC RANGES GAS & ELECTRIC RANGES JTgHPglBeautiful ,: :C

e> Swing-Up RacoiMd Top .
fST" -l, I Ca .t
lifetime Burner* ffAulomalk Design with \.
m ot a Pr.-H.af Oven Wr""Vr Feature For Cooking Ease. f -Z.gy 11 oz, tBOWI. / 4t /

Amtrica'i Emirs! Rangt ",,' 'S1! Aufemotk Elatrlt Clock _'-.. .. .
reKapGeanS : 1: and Minute. ,Minder. I II ;;i'. 1 I I; il i dtlll'

APT. SILT .......139"Wklt : Chrome Drip Tray. Infinite I.. '.._ '_ I1a / A tl 'eM'' l
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L1! jr-uo.iHi.149"' ) E 1 I 2. GAS .-...... .. ) --- ) : y tiAi"KI
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10"DILU SIZE....=!M99r) '' 3C" DeluM. Cei .!1 MUG / 9N i '

31"stAMOAA1sutslb9's''fir' wAIN"t.p.n..a I Wh .,C.._........ wl'1

r .uMMq i| t "L-r I 37" Delui* Get ...?)199fi
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APT.. SIZE 11190 !L !L_? -- e l_...CI. Ow>

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t r I White or Coppertono ly Ii,
(CC) Check Tho Sii.i You Neod GIll l
(ca) -tD) Far An All Now Kitchon 1' I rM 4 ., .,,4'r' w IY1Ta11 1b ,t'. ,

J (A '. '_ (E) WALL CABINETS t eft{ 4 N"ylr. a t (, I (w / Ne.Ira 0' i'.ra s'r1' .PtlI7< l 1w
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ON All STEEL METAL SINKS 1>! 'v'11 ) 1 g 29C each with" every $3 purchase toodsfreezeltesh.VouII( ?' ; .
1 imM L CABINETS ; ) g each),! Keep hot foods hot. and cold 't .F I
AD 3 6" i High x !S" Deep ft e5_' 4r : .r'"''. 1 WHEN YOU PURCHASE YOUR g love this casual carefree ,insulated ware that is used at home. /4a, t
HEAVY $*UGE S
MEtAL;. Ile ..........
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GIEAM1NGWHITE 42" sink 69" \. 3!. i fi.) 1 THERMOTEMPpz. 1 Indoors 6r outdoors. for Informal entertainment or tarnily .
ENAMEL FINISHBuilt a 1,10.. UK H... Dram. --.i'tk .. .. ; 1 snacks.
.ppl For/Year ;' : 4" .. ....... ..!89.. ./' ,& COFFEE CUP
I | of Satixjactory Service \\I) "n"I4tLIbn' \ s 10 CUPS 1 Buy lovely Matching )Accessory< Pieces and lids:for a fraction .
lNh (O) 'f: (H t" .SI.k .. .';.;,... 1 Q9" SPECIAL BONUS OFFER' / of their retail value with weekly moneysaving newspaper
.Install 29"HirCi
/ brand new all-it.**! kitchen units from Badcock't |H. D.ukta .>!) FIBERGLASS'sERVING'TRAY' YOU RECEIVE A coupons. START YOUR SETJODAY1,
11 ; 1 .
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f I -a.: UTILITY'D your Ttwrmo. Ttntp e'aa41fi'' "* 'I..x'N, 1 ,' Coupon Booklet I FOLLOW THIS CALENDAR OF VALUES '
Bad cock's brlrtcj arid p I .from .h 1 I
yth"* quality durability be 'o0oi with" Mluil rattan ( *
you'll ., ...
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t pur 9.
chasing. Just say'Charg. it for (N)21"i) ""N. MS" OVER ONL.Y. START TODAY!
'" your new kitchen. : p/lalaMrrtn' _
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1, an 500 putfr.tlus. -1 STAMPS II M.,1111.M.r /w.,1306 ) rncis mi; 87 '::'i-O_ :::
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Walnut Street I MANY VALUABLE MUG >*
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Phone 961-5289 I t. Wirit wupn 3aa g .... ._. .__.
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THURSDAY.' MAT X 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUnitAPII. STARKB. FLORIDA' -.flection!! Two- Pap Tlife
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( On.Witli$ Mar furelwi Euluding Cigor.HBi.

I No. 30)t.Con STANDARD(HoiriMlnoo1" fM! MAY i ISE. 39 "

T 0 MAT 0 E S 8 1$ 1. . ,.,.'
1 1-lb. CHASE S ANBORN I,Infill,, one Brand coif..of your crioic!. WJ5./ or (nor*purchara exctuiling cigaralttb ;
HoK Gollon ClOROX(Tampa, Flo.)
LEACH. 29 COF.FEE .'
. . . O . . !t. 58 ,
20-Lb. Bag SPARKY BRIQUETTES(OCala' 1) -
C JUMBO KLEENEX PIUSBURY PLAIN/ 4 SELF RISING ; .}' r.
FlaLI 8 9" t (aallgoooa. T.nn.)Limit on.w/tf.oc more
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.. .t PAPER TOWELS..4/$1.
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: FLOUR' II!. '
...s.o.. Can -FRUIT(AuburndabFla) SOUTHERN BISCUIT ... ............ BAG 49'
IB D.ot. PILLSBURY LAYER(Chattanooga, Tim,.)- ..
DRINK 4/$ 1 : *
ra. . ItLOUR... ............5 ,.BAG 39 CAKE MIXES
........3/$1 .
.. 60CI KLEENEX FAMilY
Coff..1 Pulchia
limf' On* -.w"$ "Of MtMS Ejliludinq Cigot' '' tt t '
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NAPKI tiS................. 1 O GiEi 'iriiEi S:
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SiUSAGE.( $/$ CiEST.TOOTHPASTE 68 PORK & BEANS.S/l.,,! S

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No. 303 Can Sanford. )
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Giant WHITE OR BLUE ARROW Limit, with$5.00 or Mora Puichom Encfcdna( Ogarairn.) ._ ,

DETERGENT. ..) r..49 V I 171t N RITm GLADE In a ul W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE CORN FED'.CHUCK.ROAST' ORt A1U

2 Roll Pig., ARROW(Tampa, ) U S CHOICE

I: ... :TISSU Jt '19 12.0:. HAIR DRE5S1NC5VlTAtIS :STEAK-rI 9*

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W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE CORN FED BONELESS FULL CUT ROUND
: $1 19. .
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CANNEDWHOLE
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IIAMS. STEAK:; STE E( Sir ifVOAST.-.89J :

35 t AY. 2"'SlUY CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED SIRLOIN TIP OR
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STEAK..b. I09

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PLUS 100 STAMPS WITH COUPON PLUS,,500! STAMPS WITH COUPON W.D BRAND BEEF .

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Plate Stew Meat.. LB' 29. .
PRICES GOOD THRU A/VvY 5WINMDIIIC M jk 2'h lIL WD BRAND GROUND CHUCK OR ;
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All Meat Stew....$1.9.9
+. III lil' ill I I III Hi HI III HI i ul II W D BRAND LEAN GROUND Plui 100 E.tra Slompl m Io III ul IN III 1 "I I II Ilp
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6r. Beef..5 $1.99 I
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Ijl IjlS"fRAWBERRIES'
GOLDEN :BANTAM
4 PINTS $ "
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i STRING BEANS L6S, 49' : FROZEN POTATOES . ... EARS : V


FREfl'U IARGE HEADS I L leTTUCE .2 HEADS 39 l1 ; A FRENCH FRIES. .. . .. . 5 BAG 79. s.
PLO of
2 MORTONSiVo(( )
Half(Gallon; SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR(S. C.)

FRESe"lFIRMjEf.1, ; ) 'GA I) J Ice Cream..59* Pie SheSIs. .. ... 3/$1. I.\

IJ r Q.O D Ae Ii tlEADS. '1J Y dot. Con MINUTE MAID(Fla) 10 o,. Plq. ASTOR. i i'i 3

Half Gallon; PURE PAK ORANGE I Jlb. Cello Bag FRESH CRISP(Fla.) Lemonade .. 8/$ 1.. Green lPeas..10*

Juice S9 Carrots IO OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY(Arl.) 8 01 MORTONS CHICKEN: BEEF OR CURKEY(Vo ) :
. BAG Dinners *
!. -- Meat .39 Meat Pl s..5/I ,

BUY, ONE GET ONE ... .. ... .-...:...:.. ... .. ............. .. : .........._....-...- ..... uu...:.:....-..."u_,. ': .
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the recreation Playground 6, 'at. 4 p m. All those Inter- B Delestre In charge. Morning IN" TIIM' Clltl II'I'' I'Ollir UKVMtHIUl NO'IH'R OF" INTENTION' 'TOItaa1V'rER Jth- Place, Gainesville, Fla.1 I'I Description Amount ot

Colored Citizens Girls Softball practice will et>USd may contact Director Service al 11. Evening Service, ('l llir. IM I'lH.IITH AM' Full.11 "ICI"L II11.1U- ,, Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section NAME 865.01 Walter. H Murphey.: Or. Werner of TaxesLand

be held Monday. May: '6, at. 5 Jackson at the center. 6 p. m.The *'()ltl> cot 'I'W.KATlm Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby .], M. Lauter Karl Lundgren Sec.Twp.Rare Ao Owner Mid Costa
., Ai-llon' ><>. JUKI Directors Association
given that the undersignedare for Com
NewsRECREATION p. m. at the recreation play- NOTICE! Men's Day program will All ,ill,; ;IMIVV{ ) IH'UHON.piuintirr: engaged In business' under I munltywide Protection trots,
ground. All girls who have not Dell Chapter 168 will hold terminate Sunday. May 12 the fictitious name of SUR(, 1484-Lot 7 of Blk
Nuclear, Attack, 1nc.I 13' Lawtey E of
for softball : ask- Its tonight DKANV"c- I VIVE" (maaalne/ ), F. O. Box, I Fowler B.61
signed up are regular meeting with a Baby Contest at 3 p. IIiI>\ON.! JR.. 910. Starto, FIB., and Intend to Dated this 11th day of AprilA. Ry .Johnnie

NEWS ed, to do so on or ,before. \ May; I Thursday in the Masonic m. for the benefit of the Defendant.1'1' register said name with the D. 1(68 at Btarke, Bradford 1503-One Lot 100
>O'I'J(-H I K HI
6. Hall on Brdwnlee St. at 8 p. Junior Church. All members I 1 I I TO Jit. Clerk of the. Circuit Court of I Ft E & W By:
The Little League baseball I, : DTI AN K:. IIIMJHON.) '\ Bradf>.>rd County: Dr. Arthur A. County Florida 274 Kt N ft S In

season will officially open I. Ladles adult softbaU practice -. m. All members are asked to are asked to see Wu:. captain DefendantC0: l It. K. HllflHonLorUlnKtnn Broyles, President 3716 a W. 4/11 U1 g MW Ex a Cor 137 of Lot 17 laLawtey

Tuesday, May 7, at 4 p. m. at will be held Monday May please be present and on time. and the captains are asked to l.ltnd 13 oft Ry :Joseph. Oumber 7.41

-Rev. J. P. Franklin, W. P., please contact the members toInfol'm ChattnmxiKn. TennosHe,* 1510-Com at SW <

Hom I Sister Alma B. Bacon W. M. them of their obligation ; YOU f that Alllfl IIn a HKKKKY.tli: >n:for, dlvorre NOTIFJ10.U '- NonCE OF TAX SALE. Cor of Lot 17 ft

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral $; A report from the Orand Session to make this activity a bun been.filed nun-hint" you, and Run N Ft 304Ft For A H1BO

you are reiiulrtil, to ...rv.. a Notice is that the 31st of
will be given at this success. copy of written defetmnn.. hereby given on day May, POB Then Run N
your
348 Ft E 100 Ft A
STAUKE PHONE 964-6200' meeting. If any to I It mi H. L. KuriiicK",/ 1968 at Starke, County of Bradford, State of :Florida tax: 848 Ft W 100 Fl
of CAH.MK'HAEI.' ft
HCHL'IUIH. (
'CHURCH;: MEWSEbenezer rm YTT T TT TY To POB In Law
I' TOML1NSO.V." Piawi-r, "C", sale certificates will 'toe sold on the. following: described landto tey E of By Mid State. Homes.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473- 176 Baptist Church Gainesville,. Florida, .12UOI\ ..Attorney Inc. 73061525ABeg
Rev. Carlos Burnett pastor. I for the 1'litlotlff,, and. to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite 'the same,
Bavless Hiwav file the orltrlnnlwith the Cleric 20E(\,
Rental I Services '. I Sunday School, 10 a. m. with of the above-Htvlvd. court on or together with all costs of such sale and all' advertising.: of NW Cor of Lot
Supt. Haywood Brooks in before th.. 20th 1uy, of May 20 13 200', H 100',
A. I).. 1958 : othcl-wlxe, a Judgment W 200', N 100' To-
Mrs. O. E.
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CIIAIR3.: charge. Morning Worship at By CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA may bo entered, nxalniit/ Dewrlptlon, Amount of Bog In Lawtey E
11. The pastor is asking the you for the. "relief demanded in of TaxesLand of RK Mr*. "'. J. Chandler. 7.41
the oomplnlnt.WITNB8H 1535-Lot 26/ Ex W
CRUTCHES members and choir to join my ,hind. and the See Twp.Rite Ao Owner and Costs 65 Ft In Town of
him at Mt. Nebo Baptist Don't forget the annual seal. of Hni
Churoh: for Sunday' evening Homecoming: at Bayless Hiway day of April. A. I>.. 1968.f"HAIU.foJS 101-All R'.. of N14 1501-A-Meg at NW
: A. HARRYAs of NK4'! W of- Cor of N 130' of
Church Dinner will ,
service. Sunday night service Sunday. Clark of xuJd Court Branch U 8 21) 2G Jack T. Parrl..h. 12.03257W'.4 Lot 85 In Lawt.vE :
,
will be held with the Junior be served about 1:00: with a ny: Heuhih 11. Moody of SW'4of of KR 8 BO' To

HEED READY CASH? Choir serving. Prayer Meeting program afterwards.: There 4-25.!An 4t 5-1B Iipputy.' Clerk SWW"SI3' Cor AIn 2 of A POB.W 60'E, N 50',60'H 50'To.

each Thursday night. will not be any evening serv- In the Court---'nf--hr fount. I HW'4 of SWV4 Ex POD Mid State Home.

The pastor, officers, and ice at the church. Everyone is .IiHlire. llrnilforil. futility.." Klorlilil., ll/W 8 1 20 12 Southern Oil 1 & Ino. 01.81
128.12 1565-Lot 41 Jn
Chemical I C.
Come See Us! members are grateful to every- invited to attend. eetate: In .Prulmte.rn of' 37681/4. of ofNW'A Town of Lawtey
: -
:_- one who cooperated in mak- Happy Birthday to Mrs. Es- HENHT:: PICA 1taAl.L! Ttfrnnw9.To & \'V} of E of Ry Ida Rutherford 7.44
sie All Creditors lend IVrnnnsfnvliiHr SWfc 15 1 20 110 II IT 1IoI"tt 89.92 1568-A-W 50' of W
ing the Junior Choir Anniver- Crosby Lonzl and Leroy
Chum or I>eniatnlnAicnlimt 390 .NR'4:! of 8E'" 150' of WVi of
3 We make loan for sary a success. The congregation Norman Hulil KntntrtYou : Kx S 8A Cor of lilk 44 Lawtey E
4Y ; was grateful for the pre Mr. and Mrs. Leroy NormanJr. nn*? each of you are hereby NR'4. of SK>,4 A of Ry Mid State ]Tomes. 86.31
any worthwhile purpose : notified and required' to p.P- SBti Of NR'i\ A Inc.
0I sence 'of the pastor and his of Camp Blanding were Bent any claims find] demfinds H3-4' : of HW'-i ot 1671-EVi of Lot 44
lei ; l.tr companion.The hosts at a birthday supper at which you;" or either <>t you. NEVI &: NW'4 of In Lawtey E of
: 'I may h.vpfllln..t. the estate ttfHENHY sic'! / by Lying: 19 Ry T J Alderman 8.61
membership is wishingfor
.$25 to $600 their home honoring Mr. Nor- PEA nSA T L. dervHWMl., of Co Or lid 8-A) 1572-W 1A of Lot
Harold Mitchell a speedy man's father, Leroy NormanSr. litt' of mild (County to the Kx /> 16 1 20 n 11 n. Molt 221.65 41: In Town of

recovery and an early return The following members of Bounty tv.' 400-n-Lots I&.2 of Lawtey E of Ry Edward. Jones 128.411611iJ.'t
? DO YOU HAVE Mlk 4 of Corllotta. 41 In
home from the hospital. the family enjoyed the affair court house. of said County at S/D Unit 1 Augll"1 C Marrnn 1.44 Tnwn of Lawtey IS
Stnrke, Vlnrlda, within nix
-Too many paymentsto Greater Free Will Baptist with Mr. and Mrs. Norman: calendar months from the. time 402-A-Lots 1, 2.3 of of Ity Ida Rutherford B.29

Church Rev Lewis McKay Mr and Mrs. Marklee Nor- rt the first publication"' of thin. Illk: l Corlutta. TOld n BI.hOom 44.10 1591-Lot 60 In
+ make? Choir notice. Each claim or demand Unit Town of Lawtey
pastor. Monday night man and children of Hampton shrill he In wrltlnor. nnd nhall. 418--One Lot. In SIC E of By Ex that
Nt). 3 and Ushers Board No. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Andrewsand slate. the. place n.>f residence. and, Cur of N'At of Lot Port W of Co Or
-Too bills to
: | many 2 will meet at 7 m. Tuesday post office nddr,'''. of the clnlnn- 1 W nt Ity 481 Ft Rd Running from
.. p. family of Brooker and HR 225 to School l
''i ? out Hml Khnll !I.?< sworn to tiy K: W By :lUll) Ft
pay night, Choir No 1 and 2 will Mrs. Leroy Norman, Sr. the claimant, hi.. agent hi. On N Kml ; 64 l"t Property Ex R-W Guy .Hendrlth 8.01
', -Too many taxi!! meet. Wednesday night Prayer Lonzl Norman nttorpcv, nnd any M'If'h claim orrtvmanil On S 'I& 18 1 110 Charity William. 11.18 1631- 1 Lot as Doer. ,
pleasantly -
was ..
not .n filed Bhnll b 480--Com 128' W of In Deed Bk 52 PUBS
'' Meeting. Thursday night surprised with a covered VII III. SR 'or of HW'4 323 In Otis H-D'
due?
., coming Ladles Circle and Story Hour dish supper at his home Fri- Urtlnh P"or.,11, ,, I IA of NW'4 On 14 I Lot being 100' J E: ftW
-. wmtnr of the. Last Will H/W Hwy 16 Bv 6N/ &M
at the church. Friday night day night on his birthday an- mind TcRtarm-nt of ]Him N on H now In NK Cor of Lot

Let Us Help With Your Money Prayer Band meeting. Sunday niversary. Cottage Prayer T1RNRV!1-J It 5-31 PI ,\I1-AI.I.! deeps mud.. :32.1': for POH Cont 16 Mill State. Investment
Morning Nly 207.8', 10 Corp 82.841
School!; 9:30: a. m. meeting was held immediatelyafter
Problems 2''il.f.f S 11 flea 1812-IV 3tt A of
... I : service at 11. Evening service. supper. About thirty I 13 111i,6'( : R 84 Deg: NI':'4 of NE'4 of ..
630.: Visitors always welcome. guests enjoyed the evening A Question for Sen. Cross W 225.8' To POll 2G 6 21 Mnrrl Carter 19G.83 HVV'4' &; NWU\ ot ,
Allen Chapel AME 632-SE'4 of RW'I NI '4 of HW% 24 5 22 13 John W Caldwell 21.89
TOWN FINANCE CO: Greater with Mr. and Mrs. Norman. Are You Against & sw1,; or. i SI'J'A 29 G III 80 J B Whitehead 118.64 16.16-SE 4 of 813'K r ,
Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson The Homecoming of Hell- 5.14-SV4 of NKVt of of SW'4. 24 ft 22 10 James'Jnrkson Jr. 15.87

226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 j pastor. Love Feast service Friday bronn Baptist Church was held Industry? N'R'4 & 810'4: of 16.18-A-'4A In SW
at 7:30.: Sunday NJ..4I. < 1 A In NF! Cor of 12'i'! of SVj' "
.. night Sunday with a very good Cor of NW'.4 of of SW'4 of HI2'',.
School/ 19 a. m. with Mrs. F. crowd attending. "Legislation which would NI3'/i 210' Hq 32 ....21 81 J" B Whlteh..nl. 911.411 Being 105 S q.| 24 5 22 'Ao *''ld State. Homes. ,
Inc. 79.21
1142-Anm at Int
Mr. and i, Mrs. Gerald Nor- bring industry into Florida of W Line of SW 1630-1-A 210' : 1 ,
man were visiting his sister, and create jobs by settingup '/0 of NEW N: SW Cor of W4'\' "
11-W Line S 215 of 8 J'4 24 6 22 Modern Homes
Mrs. Barney Eggers who is a statewide training to W or R-W 260' Finance Co. 67.61

surgery patient In ,St. ..VIncent.s meet employment needs of FOR, w 210', N 1682-Lot as Dene: In ".
434'. 'XV 2611'!> N Or Bk 14-385 25 6 22 MM' State Homes,
EXPERIENCE Hospital In Jacksonville. industry sailed throughthe 1)8'!) HKlv" D94.35',. '. ".,.. Inn. E.61

: Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Senate with an overwhelming S 1R&21'3911:: 1663-Bee at NW
22R.02' N 420' to
Cor of SW'l of
were dinner guests of their bipartisan bless- POIJ 33 5 n 4 Henry L A KathyMI..U 8WVS of NWVt
68.86
1 ; son and daughter-in-law Mr. Run S 100' for
and Mrs. Sherman Crosby in ing. Only Sen. Emory 548-SVVV4 of NW'A 33 6 21 40 J D Whitehead 69,40 FOB B 75'. a

Cross D-Cainesville voted 678-S'/, of Lot 2 or 100', W 75'. N 100'
; Gainesville Sunday. Sill' of s v'4 of to POB 25 5 23 Mid State Homes,
CAN against the bill.
BEST SERVE Steve and Speedy Crosby of HI4< DB 61-72 311 ,5. 2t 29) i'Curtis White 11.09 )no. 8.81
le 624-BWt4 of NWtt l'' 8' 21 40"1Ilra J E Thomas Eat 89.40 1884-1 Lot as Deso"
Gainesville were overnight Reprinted fromST. 826-0-2-W 185' of In Or 13k 14-381 25 5. 23 Mid State Homes,

guests of their grandparents.. AtKJUSTLNE RECORD 'E 331.48' of NEVI Inc. 5.61
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby of SW'4 Ex N 100' 1 6 2t 4 Wltllq F. Sweat 7.44 1685-NE'4 of NE'i
I July 13, 1067 of SW, Ex R-W 25 5 22 10 Joe Jenkins. Eat 58.27'
and Mrs. J. L. Johns Saturday 82l>2-A-Com at ,
YOUR INTERESTS! I NM: Cor of R'4! of :' :, ... 1866-NW'4 of NE'4
night. Vote For NM'4: of NKV4HWVJ of of 8W4! Kx:! R-W
W 196.48' Lying E of Kings-

I: "r n ED PECKState for f'OH. 8H 100' ley nil 2G 5 22 4 Willie Strong B.Oi
185', N" 100' to 1678-1 Lot 100' 8<1
Vote for a man who is active POU 1 B 21 1 Leon Sweat 8.18 In NH i"io"ot'ts: N'' .
In Clvlo'AltaJrsnot just .,-, : : ,"- of :',.
82f1.3V\
185' of
Senate Dist. 7
II.$ "Red" Cross played a major
JJ.a Hurst for Sheriff. (Paid Political Ad) 629--14! 7S4 "'lor 1679::::!S',4' !of_. NEli: __ '
the following agricultural measures: I SW'!. of HW4! ornn'I", of ""ow'.. 28 DU: o Areathat, iicnenem 6.63
'
Lying K of lid & 1684/ -SVj of SE'4 of
Kx: ItVV & Bx 5-8 SWI4. 25 S 23 20 George Strong, Jr. 80.87
A In NW Cor Deito I '
16 5-T3'A of NK'4

*. Prohibiting sales tax on seed, feeds and fertilizer in 'ALMOST" THE PERFECT HOST 641 DB-All'si-ra WV4 296 of NE 1 8 21 13-3/8 Harold Brynlldwn 22.08 1110-E of SE',4!: of A NE'of W'tt: 26 5 22 5 Laura Coy: 63.61'

'A E of Sit 225 3 6 21 70 0 n Alvarez, Jr. 132.3S of NK'4 of SW! t
recent session. 646-Nty( of NW'% of NE" 28 5 22 1 Frances. Jenkins 74.34
of UK'4' Ex That 17 41-A-1-A Sq IntEN.r ,
Port W of St ltd of SW>/4
t' *. Legislation for gasoline tax refunds to farmers. I 225 3 B 21 7 Ronald A Jeanne 13.23 : ot SB'4 26 S 22 1 Esaw: Bright, Jr. G ..ol1161.NW'A
Andrews of SW

II II 684.SW'/i of SE'4 10 .e..21 ,,4q, ,"Elek Lehoeiky 129.04 '/, of SKV H
*.. Funds for purchase of hog cholera serum. I IIt 777-A-Com Int of 198 Ft of SW'4of
II
W Line of Sec 24 8\V", of SE'!
I & N HW Line of Ex H-W 28 S 23 13 :I .:iylll: Strong 22.98
Hd 100, S 75 Den
*.. Re-organization of State Department of Agriculture. (ml' 85 Sec !E on 1763-n-1 Lot 75' E&Wby10EN&

Hd 1118) .0' to FOB .
Pont K 210'' N 14 S In NW Cor of
As N 75 & 01" 35 SK'i\ 28 6 23: Billy Dumps (.00
W 210' S14&58" 1185-A-I-A In SB
*. the soil 25': W 210' To POD 24 8 21 Lee B Luckett 54.59 Cor of N 250' of ,
Placing conservation under farmers
program 788-4 -Lot 4 of nik '11 t .I.' 'i RFot' NB14 of
; : '"
6 In Crosby LakeShores 1'1"1'' 26 6 22 1 David James 4.3J
lay rather than professional people. Zella N. Frederick 4.63

1791-AM that Port
'I 78(1-5( -Lot 5 of nik ot N ', '
tit ".. : 6 of Crosby LakeShores Also All'That'portof
Legislation for seed improvements., Atlas Mtll Co 10.52 E 300Ft of

I, 786-6. 7. 8-LotH 6. NW' of NE'4
.*. 7 & 8 of lilk 6 That Lies S' of
? or Legislation for livestock; Improvement. In Crosby LakeShores Crawford Rd A
Herman Nettles 3S.54 S' 'ib of SW'/ of
805-B--Par NW'4 of NFJ'. A:
a* DCHO
.*. Improved and expanded forestry programs. ''' 'Ccept for one most important factor. In OTl 47-113 26( 6 21 19.39 Harold," Smith 37.08 N'i' Cont of NW>4
of SW '.. of NB'lft. '
.. the '
..CACHES household pest "most 521-C-13-Lot 13 of NE'Of SW'Jof
talked about"Perhaps Sampson Lake Shores Willard Browning 23.35 : NI3VI &
SE'4
.1. State Headquarters Building for the Plant Division of 862-3A In SW Cor of NE'4 28 5 S3 git Poyle E A Toes

she should have called for of NK'4 of NI5 :Starling:'; 112.691804.15Lott !
a &: Ben at NW Cor
the Department of Agriculture in our district in the free estimate. .it wouldn't have hap- of NIt':!% of NK'4:! & W 8-A of 12 Lot, 13 14
Hun S 780'
E B60', Ex Or Rd R-W 29 S 22 28 QInn 4311
pened.ratofc. Oary Bennett
amount of 81000000. N 608 6 to S R-W
.o. of St Rd 225 1807-Lot 59 In
Then REly on Rd Woodlnwn Ex Lot
:
,1'.
to Int with I 13Bmlry 100' SW Being 60'
*. Legislation designating the University of Florida as I' PetOA&t ut NH14=: ofNE W of SR Por 29 t 22 10 Floyd
...... >4 N4211" to NRCor :! 1807-A-Be* 60' W ."T
the site for a State Veterinary College.) -\J W |la'r: to of SB Cor of Lot
I( ] ZCHftflCALCO,.__ POB Ex I"r 210- 59, N 100'. W 100',
Sq l on ltd 2.';' on S 100', B 100' to ,
Ely Pdry rr NE<4 POD 20 I II 23 Helen Barron 6.81
Appropriation of 2914000.00. in recent special sessionto PHONE 96.157.JiI : of NKVi A H'", of 1816-iMt10&11h'.
NEW .ix HoW Or Rd, A Lots 23.
improve and expand the services provided the farm- !I 1 Easement 10 7 21 103 Loulsn K Newman 162.14 ft: E'/i' of Lot 24
864 --S'tf' of SE'4 ofNW' all Lots 28.27 38. '
., r & NIof\ :89 Woodlawn 30 5 22 70 Harold: K. Norman 450.32
the
er by Extension and Experiment Stations throughout I SW 1. 10 7 21 80 E C Dyal 819.28: 1812-Deg at SB Cor

I 877-Com nt SW of Lot 38 Run W
rail Florida. .. Serving Florida Cor of SU'4( of 170' NW 100', NE
NEW Run E 100'. BE 100', 8W
''I Since 1950 Along Sec Line 100' to POB1841A 31 K 22 Edward Brown 4.98
525 Kt For FOR -1-A SQ In
,
w.ot an alWlMg 8eVvBCf. .&* Then N 420 Ft, NW 'or of Lot 64
E 210 Ft S 430
Keep Experienced Woodlawn 81 S 22 1 Housing Services
Ft. W 810 Ft To
0',7, -- pong 12 7 si M E Mcaill 7.3 Corp. 66.6038OLnt
11--- -- --- -: :\ 21 In
11i Your SW 'iOf SW'j
Senator Serving I 27N '
x : ft W of St Rd 12 7 21 Herman }tartley15.11/ 183H-N'l of NE'iof 126.57

.. i Mrs. Carolyn Cordially 80.1-W'4\ of SEli U 7 21 80 Paul E Arnold 80.4 NW'4 A R14
I 10B4-All SW'4 F!: of of :NK'4 Of NW'i!
Agricultural Needs Eaves Welcomes I. Hlver All WH of NW'4 33 6 22 25 David F. Tyler C8.85
: Representative I II' of NW'FJ\ of 1883-.A-8ea" at 8W
"
.r, 4'', River ft All E14' of Cnr Lot In Peetn-.
Ph. 96t.5@12 You and Your I NW" B of River[ N 105'
I' Ex E 40-A U 4 22 100 W. H. Edward.. Jr. 152.4 ;rJltouJ' 105', 111

i, REELECT"RED' 122 N. Bay SI Family to Your 1081-NW'4' E Of 105- TP POIl 33 S :23! U 3' Finance Co. Inc. 6.81

Starke New Home River 3D 4 22 60 W H Edward. Jr. 88.40 18S7-Lots 10. 11. 13
1180-U-1 Lot as EX K/W 35 S 23 IS Scott Strong Eel 18.03
'T>e..c In or Bk 18115-Lots 15 In .
18 Pg 377 13 5 23 Rowland Richards 7.4 Peetsvllle 35 S 22 11 Julia Whitney 17.83

The State of Florida 1213 I*>t. 3, 14 InWoru11awn 1955-B-(Com at SW
;;
.. I I IS 5 22 20 Tred T Natho 37.8 'or of NK'/i: of

It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and t2 l1tt.l::: 10 1'1\\' "%. N 318' R .
,k tWl/k IS 6 23 6 James S' Sana 30.6 110' to W R/W"

4 4r To Acquaint You With Your City. 1309'-E3-4 of 8% of of Rd 200. NLY on
)
I NEVi of SB 1/4 21 B 22 1J Edwin Starling; 40.8 W Udry 161' POB
: 114i 1313--4-A In NW cunt, ELY on W

coss If are new in the Cor of EH of NKVi : IMry 200' toCo-
: ; I you area, a phone of NW'4! In Or n. Wly alone'

r City of Lawtey 23 S 22 4 J E Wall Jr. 17.22 SLY 2< Bdry. of Or
call will )1) Sly' Par withWly
I bring you a prompt visit 1101-A-.V 66.68' of Bdrv 200'. E
lilk 14 In lAw- 200r to von 3 6 22 John R Davis nUt
toy W of Ry Clifton N. Prevail 71.5
from your local hostess. Please give 19 5-Com at NW
1440-A-N 66.66 nf
Cor of SEH of
State'iSenator 7th District Half 1I1<...k 6 In
8\V'i Run B 650
her a call! She has and
\ maps many 1..."ley W of Ry Clifton N. Prevatt 8.78 Ft to Rd 200 8Wely
....
m' 1471WMi of Lot along Rd
free and wonderful gifts for you 10-A h, Lawtey F: 343: Ft to FOR
(Paid for by Campaign Treasurer of "lied" Cross for Senate) from local businesses. of By Joyce B Spell 35.85 Coot S along Rd

2481. 4,3j 8, 9. 10, 417 Ft W 2'I3! Ft.
11. 12. of Blk 13 N439 Ft. E 311
Lawtey K ot Ry Minnie Ma. Johnson Ft to POD Ex, RW a < 12 S Joseph H Dumber 201.32

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Carl Hunt stands for hon From( Preceding P1401 Description Amount
espy and Integrity. Description Amount of of Take.Land ofLand TM. __. ._ A' ;..wi.Owner. 1 nxetlI

of TmkeeLand ) Sec. Twp.Rge Ao Owner and Cost o Sec Twp.Rare Ao Owner and Cowl I of Land Sec. Twp.KB Ac sod pit*

iv TUB' rincuiT: ( OF Sec; Ao Owner and .
Twp.ltse Cost ,
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( FLORIDA FOR LEON! 204-t!! C-Com SW Blk 1 In QahHRim8D of Bib: 10 ASI0"\: N'oi1'14ot; ofWMW'/
'OIl\T"A Robert Leo 58.I( 0( nf W >4 of Lot 2 '
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J ] 1\00 Cor of E% of Wy.
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STATE BOARD OK EDUCA: of, SIO >'of A.M' 2554.Lot 6 of fill "+., Blk 10 L T A COS ; I lltin W to Nl%: bar
TION OF FLORIDA 10 210' Cur POB.(: I In iH-liagiin' \ SID Add farmer's Supply 68.2 1 Kf Ply: 8.76V For'
a body. corporate Hubert: Lre 6.0 Pit \\' 51If/ ( I I''no' .
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under Section. 480' 19 106',. S 43 ". Rx H/W 4 U4- .I.ot1\ of Bllt
vf Article XII of the Constitu 3 and 18 W 108' to PULL h II 0 23 I'Ioneer Finance Co. 88.3 2557-Lots V. 18 of '"..t... 16! In L. T. &: Cue ..."> ....\" i W .10'., ft 100' TOrow. 33 Sti-J $tateromei. 71,81
t f. 10 7
lion of Add Bill Klnndei 63.1:; Inc fRay
the State: of Florida 2080-Coin at. 8W ".. .. Hik' 1 In Oahngan -
1aPlalntlrr. Cor of K1*{' .. olHW'l S/D Krttclie AdklnH Let 42.3 34 8-W Iv'of. Lots I, .. .. 4811-.+t tx>t I U' Sil,t ._

ve. \ of NWV4 A 2590-Lot S14 ?: :. 2 of Block 24 He- In .IICor of .
,
/E STATE OF FLORID. Hun N 40O" ..forP4IH. of Lot N 01 RIb I WV.JA! lug 55FrtIIA W "SWA' of NWU of l j r

et al.. H 8.10', N \ \ 3:I In dahagan SID \Vllls"Gran. 00.4 Sly ino Ft N A 8 r.. r : swvi !l/ 10 7 22 mon.. Hall.. ",21
10...' W 8A 2636-Coin 880' K ., :,,:..0.:
ORDER TO 8110"r?'l\\ ?F I 1110' to l-oit &: A 30' N of SW tt al IU. O NWVi of SUV, of 8
To the state of Florida and theseveral Strip 15' N &'S Cur of of 3489-Lot* 18. & 14, SKM 1 Which LiesK ., b
property owners hayIng for Access. to.d. 10 6 22 John E. McRao 11.21 SWM. N N't.)1:;: 11 v 2fC Blk 24 In L. T. of,CO. nr ltd 15 7 22 Cicero Cole h.IT

or claiming any right, 21 is-KV, of 8W% 60'. S' 100', W 50' Add Lester. J Prevatt ist.30.: 490-i-neg at SR Corof
title or Internet In the prop of SWH A SM,i to POB 22 6 23 (lisped States Shell\ 3500-B 146 Ft of 8 ';Sort,. Hun! N '

erty to be affected by the of SWVi &: W4 Homes Ino 71.23! 10 Ft of Lot I A\: 11 *.8' W 103', H
.Issuance by the state: Boardof of i4 Of N12VJ0f I 2630 .Com nt SW f146;: Ft of Lot 2 .. 21 .f'. E 105' To .
Induration: of Florida. a SW'y ( 11 0 22 60 W H Dukea 173.80' C,-.r of NWVi\ of A. E 14$ Ft of N 3 = I'on 19 7, 23 1 Gladys I Shsteroiiidy's t <.311

body corporate of the lIinte: 2129-NEV4 of NEH r "' I K 460 Ft of hot 3 of IllkH I I
of F 10'ld.lrMuunt, to See" of NW',. 14 0 22 10 W II Dukes 19.88 r. 1-1'l Ft. 13 In N.J. Jones Add, Mealy. L Proctor 15.53: : .9 20-..Iot* 10 It, 12. t
lion. 3 and 18 of Article XII 13, of Blk 14 t> 7, 22 I SchoYerGladys Yys1
of the Constitution 21S4-A. NW>.4 of i 150 Ft. for rOD 358.1-Lots' of : I ,
of 851.7in.ono of Florida School NWV of SW'4: Ex N 200 Ft. K: KO Ft, Add 1 In 3Tllltl 4933-Lot 14 or Blk
State l'o :Jlar'rls Ovorstrcot 20,2 S 200) ,'.t.V 50 Lawson I
E 40' K 6 22 II A 274,38 "14 City of
half Honda of Issued the Hoarils for and of on Public be. 2142-2 A tn SW Ft to I'OB 23 8 23 Den C. Davis 10." 3693- Lots 7. 8, It mlron: 10 7 22 r Shafer "*.17'

Instruction. of ..Bay County Cor of 10 V4 of 2649.-Lot 13 of BlkI A Lof( Blk 36 In ,1, : 4M-AA: _110 l1r .ntKW
I Bradford County, Hrevard. SWW\ of"NHVi Behiff I In Nat Williams ., IVelts, Add, Joseph It A NflaM \ Cur "f K\\ ''I .;.:t..
County Broward County Co. 420 Ft W 8/D Rx NV4\ Willism Alclrlilno; 9.78 McClCB 12 1.81 of NK'i N 4.8' T"

lumbla County. Hade County by 210 Ft : ft H 15 0 22 2 W M Harris 53.05 2852-Lot 9 of Blk : 3764-Lots 1. A A I'' S' H-W i>r Or Hit.K M

Duvsl County Hernandola.'n.. : 1 ot Nat VVIIIlanra ptF of Ulk 33; In J M im U: It-W 47' .
ty. Highlands County Hills- 2143: -S<{4 Of NWVi S/D: Housing Scirvlccs I Add W JJ.523V )Vso> To '

borough County Indian River of SW'4: of-NEt of; Cory, 80.09 8.hf Lots rX/I: 3 P L Ue'nton 66.69 ': : -, 2d 7 23' S Otis C Forsyth isias.

County Manatee County &HE': 5'of.NE44 of NW'Ex .c 2059-Lo-t 6 of Bile _-.fLottls 3818..-.Com at NB' 4BD9A-Meg at 8P1 .'
/ -
Orange County Putnam County Par W Side 15 6 23 8'-j W\I: Harris 41.94 Williams" ('1)e of BBV< of Ch" or SWof I ye'r
Plnellaa County .and lit on' iDN..t Ma* Reynolds NJ.JI,4I: Rim W' 0II'4..j''' | ''' 75' N -%
Lucle County, hereinaftermore ': 2148- S'j of. % Eat 8.88 860 Ft S 65 Ft mow; ,111't."8 too1 .'" J
particularly d e..rl. bedo.bi'le of SWM of 'i.R'i 'i.\] % 3673:!-Com at SW For A ron Then To 13ot4I ( 20 7 22:! MUI State. Homen .,
10185J
or :; affected In any way & "f HKVt Of f Cor of NW'I of Hun W 100 Ft S Ino .t., .
SUV of NWU' 15 6 22 10 Wo"ley)1 Luke 20.38 BWI,:. Run K 610 '.7 1 100 Ft K 160 Ft IFro: 1! >53-N'u of SWVi: \/'., i

Th. State. of Florida. through 21 IK .K 1S9.B1 of W I Ft for 1'01'N son BO Ft W 60 ."r. of S15'< Kx I :2 I A "' 'e I

the state: Attorney for the Second 409.0'- of. SVS ofIIV' Ft B 50 Ft, S 200 N Ft To roll 29 6 23 F 0Nt TJ'01'iIR': : In NV Cor Kx 1.....r
Judicial Circuit of Florida II Ft. W 50 Ft toPOB ( 15.31 That 1>"rt H of (CoIM 'I. j .
In and for Leon County the; of: Co, Or of lid NWK\ 13 6 23 2 Julio D Uuuar G7.S1 S3 8 23 Lottls Ucy o.lils Let 30.93 5831.A: -Beg 10' W J I IV4A 30 7:13: 10'-", Laura Alexander. 1"8''

State Attorney for the Third 677--Com at 11'or \\' A 119' N of 8H IIHIII.A' -i-om' nt NWy 9 9o
Judicial Circuit! of Florida. In 217..0.'i eg 100' N utSB ( of NWli .of Cur of W%( of iifLift' 111 i 14.1) ,

and for Columbia County, the !: Cur of. A 2A SW'/i' A Hun 10] on NR'i of SB'i: orNHV4 V *W'4.of. HW'4'. ,
State Attorney for the Fourth Tract In SW 14 of Vi See Lino 760 Ft \ N 60', W S DO' For POH. ,HIOTi ,: '. ,
Judicial Circuit of Florida. Inanrl NW14' of. !'' WOJ< for POB. then N003.rot'FI1 100 Ft, S 60', B W 'It-W Hwy .
for Duval Countv. the state 100', W 100',, I 100 Ft.H 100' To Ben 29 6 23 J Uurilan Waiter' I 11.68 BUI. SW Along;; W ?
Attorney for the Fifth Judicial E 100' to POU 16 6 22 1'h""S> Discount Co. 7." ; W 100 ..1 1": .' I ,. 3009-,Lot 5 of Illk H-W ino% ..NWTo

Circuit of Florida In and for I 2174-C-Ht'K 100' W Ft to I'oil 23 8 23 Mary Lonnon Eat 104.14 3 In Butler Crt "' '' .v VI' i.inotutta;: .:b11. ,. r..,.' : w Lra.. : -,, _

Hernando for County the Sixth the Stuto Judicial Attorney trf UK Cur of A 2B79-COII\ SW t&. S-D Kllner Thomas 63.34 N: ))00' To POB 20 7 22 Betty J Hand, tV.Tl

Circuit of Florida. In and 2A Tract In HW>i Cor of NW'4' of 3928:! --8W:! < of Lot :9Ulk I /m.i.A--v'i; of sEti: \ '
PlnellaH. County the State of !lW; l," of NE'4 HW',8 1 HIIIM 460 12 Uasklus- of NWVi 21 7, 2:1: 20 "tiirry U. LasJwtcr i7S

tornev for the !Seventh' .At'l then, N 100', W t. N 8.10; .r.i: 11 Add Mrs N It ROHtor 5.61 6016-iAll KV \\f: ...- 1
Circuit of II'lorldlIn and 100,' S 100', E 100'To 60 Ft for N 4071-Com nt NIQCor HW'.i' of
Putnam County the State Attorney Baa IS 6 22 Thomas Discount Co. 8.01 100 Ft. 10 60 Ft 8 of SWVi' A That Lion 3' of St '

for the Eighth: Judicial. 21S3-Beg/ 20' N of 200 "'I. W GO Ft ..J..3.4; Run' W 6.10 Ft lid 18 2$ 7 21 ft Alma. Johnson 107.616091Alt .

Circuit of Florida' In and for Int of S: \Mno of to 11)11 22 8 23 Oerldlne Smith 1.81 For A Pont RunS SW'n If

Bradford County, the State Attorney /HMM\ <>f N13" & 26H7-B O'Mll' SWCor fT" r ? 3HO Ft To St ltd! NW'4 N of Ity *
: r
for the Ninth Judicial W ll/W or Hwy or SWVi K 100 Th"nV Along Kx) It-W\ A Kx 10 ,I!
Circuit of Florida. In and for 301 for POH. Run 38.431. N 11H.75'. now to tar 8'iH' In City of i .J. ;
Orange County the State Attorney Nly along/ \\. H/W l/onI;, N 93.75', K Line N to Vi poop> Hninpliin 29 7 23 4 Wiley Wllhiamaon I1Is

for till Tenth Judicial 2114.6' W Par toN 320.53' to pon I I-J Line R ToPoll- MI.--AII' g\\" '1 ot .
Circuit of Florida. In .and for l.lno of SE'4 of 75', S' 93.75'. W DraRc -N A flLB'I NWitNof' Ry Bx t
Highlands County the State Attorney NK'4] 815B1 Sly 75', N 118.75' to Or I2-PII' 418 29 .6 S3 .6 Eugeus' Tanner :25,08 ;It.Pa w 492' .1

for the Rlcventh:: .ludlrlnl 205', Elv: 281.7' POB 22 6 2! Charlie S Lot B3.44 4140-A--Com NW Kx Par In NB!: Cor .B
381.CO,
Circuit of Florida. In and POB Ex U/W 18 8 23 2 Mlltun D Carter 2868-E-Sn* of W Civr of SW'i of 16J
to A' HfliiK! 15-1', S<| 2':) 7 22 13 Wiley Williamson :30.
for Dade. County the State Attorney at BB 450' of N 931' nlS SKV5 S' 23V For 30lil*-Tlmt' Port of .
for the Twelfth Judicial zaoi-Com
85,1.4' K of DMLuwtny POH H l 130'. W 11 t''I. t 't
or '
Cor of SWVi of % RV4 of i' I
Circuit of I Florida' In and for
Rd In 168' FOB Lying In .:
& : of NRU\ of NR''{
'
Manatee, County, the State Attorney SW'4. of SIOU SWV of SW'i'\ 61263 W Port of SWVi That < '
for tho Thirteenth Judicial run W 1 lP5'! for 23 6 23 Jefflft. A r..llIIeM. of SBV4 29 6 22 Jeulue W Thames 129.89 Lies M of St
Circuit of "Florida' In and POB N 86". W lid t1'43-A.Mnluit H ;
...
for Hlllsborough County the 260', S K80'. K 200' Hetvls ".77 4170-Beg 25 04' oJI: of Land of C! L
Slate Attorney for the Fourteenth to Poll being K4A I 2697-Com At NW 410' S of NW Cor May 30 7 23 T J Alderman 63.81
Judicial' Circuit of Flo of W 7-A 18 8 23 4 Ealcne Tylet a7.0322fTW'i Cor of 8WV of of ME', of S19'JI \ 5078-A-Di"g 990' HAi
SWVi\ A Hun 8 18O ) 97.21'. B' 75'. .
ride In and for Hay (County of NVV4 795':; N of SW
for
Ft POB thon W 08.08', N 75' To-
the, State' Attorney Judicial for Circuit'the Seventeenth : of '/4 Bx BA In 8K Hun K 200 Ft 8 Beg 29 a :23! Owen It Alvkrcs Jr. 77.87 I'.r Meld: W NM'i 1DO' "For of '1
'In 1
Cor A Kx 2A 60 Ft W 200 Ft
.Florida In and for Broward" 4166-Beg 23.04 K POU H 1DO', W 50'N oJ
SW' Cor Kx ParPOKO N 50 Ft to POD of' N\V r'nr .of ,. Housing ,;
County tho State Attorney for S I'll \6o', J-) _6l u' To Services
the \Eighteenth: Judicial Circuit or Ilk 11-217\ Bx H/W 23 8 23 Raleigh Cox 13.13 RI 'Lor SR'i' Run .. J' Jf; ': ''w 30 1" Corp- ell.J1

of Florida, In and for Bn-vard, :inn! "Kx 51-487 or 17 6 23 33 E K 1"0..rYllllln El.09 2704-Com at NW I '8 on to R-W of '. -0070.11-Cumlli( HWf \ 4
Kx or Cur of SWVi' of ST 140. la ,:
County and the State Attointyfor 94,05' : Coy ofi .:
SW>,j A Hun ,F. N. 131,84'. T uNT93'
the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit 2268-;; Com st SI'S N 1'I'.i : 10: .4
of Florida .In and for Indian Cor of 8W4 of 810 Ft. S 110 1 Ft Linn of SIOV4 of 740U *full. H _
River County and Ht. Lucle IoII P4 Ik Klin N for \POB. Hun W ilia'.. W On Line :.- ISOV\ R Ftif'I\O''N ISO' I ,. 'f.

County. "Florida and the sxvernl 27n Ft W J37. 50 Ft. S 100 Ft 10 03,64' TOo POB :29 ft 23 0 W D vll. 1:3.RO W 50' T. ) POH 30 7 23 1C L Ueuesh 8S.74

properly owners, taxpayers. clt- for A 1'1'11 then 50Ft, N 100 Ft 1253--Com at SR] i\ll
5090-A Itllcs i
liens and others having or N 82H Ft W 23lt.7' to roB 23 6 23 H L Hartley ..81 Cotof HIO'/J' of 8 McCloltanRichard ; .ts
A 0 In Hampton Henry ..
claiming any right title or Interest Southerly' I I'OIf' 3718-1 Lot In SR f 8WV4: A Hun N ..
In property to be affectedby M 1S8 Ft to 17 6 23 1 Robert L. Beam' 72.76. Cor or Hit, of 165 Kt W (5B8 1 FtS 5113-M-KJ' of Lot 2 E.I

the Issuance by the State I. NE'4 of SWVi: beIng 161 Ft 13 OJH Ft 7 -- of ilk 1 Wrights/
Bonrd of Kducatlon: of Florida, 2271-A Beg 190.11N of lot N A: S ... .. .J..., To POU :3 I Albert A CUik 67.89 Add 30 7 :33! ] : 1 D May ;l.8t

a body corporate of the State 813'of of SW Cor NW'i\ by 60' 1: & W 33 8 33 Mid State Homes IBS. 8.812730Corn 4265-.SKV4 of NRVi 5126--Com on N Hide. f
Florida, of 311.7tn.noo: state I O S A F
of Oont N 816'. E at NIC t of !4'V'Fox R-W or Hv 7
School' Bonds hereinafter. more on I K Slilu nt 8IOV4: i
210'. S 31D', W Cor of S'of f Wi A lOx Par Peso In .
.particularly" described or to beaffected 210' to Beg 18 6 22 Albert Tyson Jr. 16.58 NE'i SW'i Or Bk 23-281 33 8 23 10 Victoria MuFashlon. 9.071272C..m of NIOM A Hun
In way thereby 1 N 363 ino r
any Run W 547'. 8 144 (Ft Wly .
NHI'or
are hereby required to appear 2282-Beg 1780' a for pont font H at ."- <1. Sly
:
before the Circuit Court of Leon of NW Cor S: 8SO', 100' W 179 5' N .. ]' of NW % of AlungeRA aiO, KtTo .
County Florida In the Second K 1320', N 860.3', 100' 15 I79.5f to 4Ft&W': .Run H llv Along N ;
Judicial Circuit of said State W 1317.30' to POIJ also: being/i In :.I M 1.1. 840.For. A LOB 280 Then Ft Side ot Ry 2mi. Ft 30) 7 23 1 Charles. O Williamson 18.21

at the Courthouse In 28th Tallahassee. day pon 18 8 22 26.8 Damon Dell U.64 KH' 'or of NW V* Rill S.210' Pt W 6180-R', of BW'iof
Florida on the of BW',4: 22 6 22 Irene. qIllinma'y 8lihe\ IIWt
208.76'Nq 210 N 210 .
o'clockA.M. 33R .A-l lot "
of 1908. at ten 210 \j jIm
May Wllllnrrs 8.1Jt
.. and show cause why the | Iylng In Harrington. 87,23, Ft 1 Ft To I'OB 33 6 23 Frank Chandler 31.20 10 K 30) 7, 22 20 C.N,

prayer. o-f the complaint filed Cor: of NW 14H of 2731, -BegCor at NIO4 ) 4378H W '..i o f 6167-:R'-4! of w'" ., : ",,._'1___'...._.._. .. ......
In the above I ; proceedings: : should SWtt 18 6 22 Jiwsua Tyson 08.43 ; of 8'- of, SW NWVi of '.ilx: .: or Sit!/! at 1 .3 10 Juhn .. .u..n.

not be granted gonhe% |i il l- 2290-W 220 Ft of NW'4 Run NKVi W IRK'of, Par Sold 33 6 23 B Vlcturlii McFatmlon 11.114279NW't 6194-Com on W
710.000 State Midi of Ry H-\V
NEVi of SWM I ICx H' 161.6', la) 183.. of
therein dl :::; fre''h the author proceedings Par Desc. In or UK 75' N 159.87' to NWM of SK'4 Kx on 8ou Linn" A
it \V
Run" N on -
Par Sold A Kx: Lot
ising-. the .Usuance. thereof validated 23-91 40-212 ft 10x Far In 18. 23 8 Dorothy AJinnlo 1HU 22 6 22 Juanlta. Drown 9.84 Ilk 2" Par 700 YdsV. :115\ Yds, I

and confirmed said State or Hall, 14.75 2777 All K"i of ". f"o"? ; 1 Kx: H-W AKx S 70 Yule to Sec! LI no
ftchool Bonds consisting. of the lid of NB14\!: N Par Dodo Or Then M to- licit-

following described Issues of 2291-That Port of of 24 6 22: 10 Edward nicks 422Ilrowsrd Ilk ?3 281 a3.l3: 4 Victoria MeFsbhton 110.65 >'I.A In 815Vi: ofHWVi

bonds: B''v of WMO'ofNEVI 2833-Com at SW 4379-A-I Lot OellO. ... ... 311 T 33 A U K.laey ..O.U
276,000 State School Bonds, !: of SWU Cor of NB'4 of 6218-Alt\ RW'{ of
Series B to be Issued for and which Lies Bwly 810'4 Run ;10 on Or 23 Pw 281 8.8:! 23 Inloo Mitchell l I 103.00U06 SW'i Which Lies I

on behalf of the Board of Pub of Hwy 8-229 Ex H/W of Bexsent -14 A In SB W of ltd 100 I a 23 31 W II Nollmnn h.'fT
lic Inmructlon of Indian River 5 800' 18 6 22 Isaac Gumming. Sr 22.992291C.Cum ltd 96.1' for POIJ Cur or. I S0| A In
County Florida In the denomination .' 'on 10 210'. N 810', SW ( ....r of E tt .. 6341-A-Lot 40 on
of either 81,000 or at NE W :210',8210'to of NW U of /813: V, :33 8a Alllit White 60.20' Pine of Crystal. Luthur II Mclloweo17.U\
( of NEM of Lake Homusltes
.OIlO each dated June 1, 1968. 1)t POB __ 27 6 22 Akrldge 69.0 4297-A! -I lot i n s ,
tlW W 998.3 Sly
Interest at a late or 10. 5344-Lots UL 60, 63 4'
bearing Deep Or Bk 40 pg .
Wiy 2867--S 110' of Lot 1
123' to POP
four andonehalf Pine or Crystal
rates not exceeding i 123 Being 160' 1 10 I on
annum 6 Par In Line 6 of Blk 2 llrad- ",'I.,1floHome.lt..A. we Byrd '5.8.
per centum per 110.8' to W WnnK4 ford Ills.. S/D Nell R. Andrews C.6! A WBy100' N&
piiyable neml-nnnually on June of a cont. .ar>A M-L S2 0-Iits 70 A: 72
December 1 of each Of W 440' 2922-K'4: of NW''I Crystal,
1 and In K'4 of NW'/ on Pine tin
and maturing .erlally In NEW of NW'4 or SE'! I, of NKV' ( 23 John D 130.05 .
33 0 DIg HomnnHen
or 8KM ," Lake 8613Atterbury
annual year Installments on June 1 Sly Par W Line to Kx N 105 Ft 28 0 23 5 Margaret, Hay Colley 411,09 I 1./l
4297-] ", A Lying
f each of the years un to St Rd S 229. Sly Belnu 5302-Lots \II A 4.1 '
i>
S of POP 291:37.t": \ N A W of Hwy 301
to a Pt. S '
Inclusive
both ; M ft Oak o-f Crystal
1999.1175.000 State School Bonds.. Nly to POB 18 8 Z2 John A Cummings, Jr. 18.U2291EN by5OFt 13A W .Bnd. H W lly Bv Chambers. :Muck Lnko"Ilomeeltee5816Tot on : Julia J Dual.avy 1311

Series ('. to ho Issued for Pub-and 130' of R lying A being In N Dy McCaHlln. Ully 63 on Oak ,. t 4 .

on behalf of the Board Bradford of, 600' of K 220' of NB Cor of W' t Hwy 8t6 23: Jesttle preen Brown 44.07 oC CryHtal Lake Campbell?
of Lyn 81.14
lie Instruction W 440' of NE'A of NW'4 of SEVi HomvHltes
County, Florida. In 9/1.000 o of SWW 18 6 23 Jim Cummings 1.88 of NE'4 28 8 21 Madle William 107.8! 435.1-A-f At 0'nofcPt'' ': :
either orS.ono 13 In Emma Williams. 6.84 5324-lx>t /na on Oak ProperUee
nation each of dated March I. 106 2291-O-N ISO of S 2981-N 70' Foil. 1 4383-1 lot In NW of Crystal Lake ;QyStone .f 7..1'GU71..t
rate orrates 3(10'( of B 220' of Lot 23' RAW: by I IComesItes, '
bearing Interest at a 4'or of Lot 2 of
Of 165'NASEndLIby
W 440' of NKH
four and 45 C'-
not exceeding 8W >4 18 6 22 Harold Cummlngs 9.88 Wellur St, H by Ulk 5 HunoJ\ on
centum per annum 105.3' S 110'. W e
one-half per land of ArfarsliHlf.W :, r"MLInlg :
payable. seml-annually on March 2291-H-S ISO' of 17 by Slluox ALewls 105.3': N tin' Tn. tal, Arnold Q SmIth '9.tlS
1 of each year 22ft' of W 440' 0-f POB William F Rosser 11.08 sUes\ .
1 and September Blk 15 of L : ,
23 Jack ton
1> 6 Cummings 9.28
and maturing .serially In annual t- NE'/i of SWVi T &: Cue Add 28 6 23 Quigley A !Davis' R.61 4391-W 300' of N14 5349-Lots 48, 60. 58 ,.
Installments. on March 22'.3-E 440 Ft of ofCrystal
of SEV or NKUKx Cyprus
to 2999-Lot 10 or Blk ; >
of each of the year 1971 NB'4 of SW'/i Rx ; Il-w A Rx Par L a k oHomeNltes 18.23!
2 of Dowllng ParkSU : DeLoach
ISKt. both InclilHlve ; H/W Kt: 4A 440'Sq 0 D Kersey Est. 7.44 In NW ( or 160' 8: <| 336 23 11 L Hartley. 16.29 Luolan -
Bond" Lottie
State School L In SB Cor 18 6 33 10 Reynolds Est. 64.792293A4A
Merle' 813.750,000 C. tn he 1..u..d. for aad : In SK 3005-Ix>t 7 A NV4 440t-A: -I....U 12 13 5363-Lot 54 .on Cypress .
Board of Pllhltc of 'Lot 6 of Blk of Blk 4 III South of Crystal 0.64
h..hHlf o-f the William Frost
of
nn of ,B 410' J
( 0""
Oaile County, John Jr 1 A Lots I. 2. 3 liitw Hcplat Ex) K Lukp iol'1\e"tt">
Tn..truetlon' of NI: '\ of SWVi: 18 6 23 4 A Cummings 23,95 ,
of 10'' Lot, 13 of
,I'nomlfiatlon of Blk a I In Dowling > of Charles K A 5350-Lot 69 on CynrnsH -
eitheraSI.On00 eacn. 2395-R' 8/4 of NW 22 A It Johnson 811.21 Blk 4 .r. '
or ,S.OOO Park a/1) 28! 6 of Crystal
bea..ln" V4 of SRVi: 'I U 8 23 30 Dan Hankerson 77.26 Carolyn. Fuqua 148.53 Keystone Propertied
March 1. 19U. LAke HomeHltea I
dated 3009-Com" at NW '
'.il
Internet. at a rate or rate| not :arii-A! -KM, of NE C or of SW'of 4428-1-A Done asH ., Inc. .
exceeding four. and one-half.per / of 1'11'1'Ex' '\ JA NW I Hun K 397. '. Hour 84')' 1 of NW 5370-Lot 8 on Palm
centum per, annum. payable. In NK Cor A Kx:: 71' for Pon. -ri t'x Cor of NK'l of Lake)
seml-annually on March I ann S 150' IS 6 22 Catherine Doll 24.55 100', S 11J', W JlW': 2I1S' to i1omrt'.RI.; ': lit. Mortgage

September; 1 of each year and. 2355-Com at en ., loll' N 113' to 'anal. E t1 t.. N r Corp of Stuart |...S
annual incTVHar.n,9Tto of 21 Edward N Green 38,973040fort 2.-i5'C W 171' To .
Cur of SK't PUB 38 6
each lies'; 33 6 22 1 Le ol'. Kite 6.11 5378-A Beg "at NWCor .i
U' both NW% A Hun W 8 of Blk otNHVi
Xtt Ft N 180 FtP 3 In Orlg Town of .521-B-Bea; lit NW tR nwl'1!' 480'
'In : Bond-. 2'I7' Ft N 335 Starka Daniel II Magyarl! 77.88 Cur of 5-A Trart For FOB 8 105-
.iVo'SnO; : State School for and Ft K 07 Ft S 5115 In ST3 Cor of NI!: ', W 105'. N 105'. id
Berle. 0 to he I..ued "'1 to l-OU Kx W 3104-Com: at SWCor of HKU: 8 176', K POB Sne
e'n behllit' ofthe Board of Puhllc; 226' 21 8 23 2 Dst Bradley. Mr*. of Adams A: 123.6 Ft.. N 176% W Per 106. To Prop For

1n..trlll'tlon, the9Aennminatlnn9ofeither 73.38 Madison Sts: A 123.8'. To POD 34 6 23 Mid Slat Homes House on Wrong Housing Services!
Run H 843.6 Ft, W '.Ii
Flnrlda In of Ino. 15.25 33 Corp
Lot 3 1
e..h..Inted 3373-11\ Land' I
..OOO DO Ft. N
$1.000 1968 0" hearing In- Illk B In Dale- B 90 Ft ::3:0tt. 18 6 2a J W Andrews Jr' 331.90 393-8WH of SW'i 5400-TV"/,, 'of-NEV I
June 1. billy\ B Chamber. 107.33 W as Jr. A
ratee not wood SID of 'R''I Ex 0 I 10)
or of NB',4'
1'azel
tpre..t. at fVr-.nd one-half per 2377-Com 420 Ft N 3237'or-Com of Call at A Bay NW Parouls Sold 35;; 6 23 14 Maurice. A Lee ::19." Iicke) 10-33

exceeding "nu"V.py from BB Cor of Sts N 218.Mi .:; Inter of 'Blk .
centum, Pr I and,| A run A-fo\l/tn\ : '1 5475-Lot 4
June 1 HW'i of 3W'/i 1
let W 1I2V4 Ft. A of Th. Haven
KSJmBTlyor"V ch year and Run W 115 Ft N fur Pon Hun N H-IOO.A A RR W H-D Ex W80'{ of -

E"P r"Val.acn"f 50 Ft R:: 115 Ft 9431 Ft Wly 165.- 7.73'eol.7PO\ : "- .. S 175 U' 82 Jhn It Smith .16.29:
v'eonallTune S 50 Ft to POB .21 8 22 Jo.ephlne Kllorson" 7.41 77 Ft. Sly' 78 Ft N W
both 4 I .. 'I 2118.71', S 308.'11, JC2I1S.71' 5470-17! -Lot 17 ofLakeirluw
1989.
the rear 1971 to 2397-Lots 7. 8, Klv:' lOG Ft to H-D Stanley W Davis 8.68
A lour Blk 3 In POD 243 8 23 W J Btudstlll 18490 To PUB U. 23 Kllng 8 Qrlffls D3.2I: ..
'Inclusive :
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I30OI0 330l/-'Uk 6 In L T i.1Ntr2
fr and .. or Uc( 28
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behalUfIs' | 2W A HlO'iof 1 of Slv On 10Llniv
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or p..tnam. of W'A of 58.111 Tract 10 .
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W''... Ulk I. 2 H ., SW'I .of NW'i Vollkouf S-D
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| of "l1""""" '.1"' of NE'4 or HW'4 3335-Lots 1 A 2 of Run K 400' Ft H 308 60" 25 8 33 T J Alderman. 41.01

Florida.' In the denominationir Run W 303' to Illk l9inL1'ACUB Ft W 411 ,Ft N e 62J-i-tVmi, 8H"Cor .. '. ;-. ",.....
..Ith.' .- 11 non or a6.o0.erh.. POD W 46."', Nly SID Ex W 14 Jd,,. Ma Sherman Est. (.55: 235 Ft To POD 1.7, 23 8 Azalea.. Restaurant 191.61 .. of'i 8W V of '

dated March 1 1. 1968. hearln. 110'. Ely 4H4'. S3S3-N 50 Ft of Lot 702-Lot 1 of Blk i' NW Litun N Rr'

interest at a rate or rates not Sly 101._',talk J lot a of Dlk 2 of Little Molly *ohn... B Jw. rdWltkowskl I IJO;> Ft For A .. .
exceeding' fur snd one-hair. nercentum In W'4 63or JDIxI8t; A COX 'gi,. wool I Ex R-W 7 7 a3 15.38 POB. \LllnV 3.10:
annnm pu"vahl.a R2W TempSD of Lot \ 22Ft. N ISO Ft M .
n-r and U 8 23 Mrs Emma Itturrhce 33.911 794-Beg at NK Cor } :. ,
n.l nnually e.n :March 1 3 ...,. Car'| .Hurst 5431j NW', of ME'M\ 330 Ft. 8 To
H.ntem'.er 1 .d e.ch year and 2479-Lots I A 8 of J381-A-S'f, ,.f Lot 9 l t i' I' 1074 6' To Hwv .'L 1 poll _%: 25. 8 23 1 Minnie .Jones >.S4
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SID. Charles' L. COS SID !Damon Doll 21.19 HEi 1129.2' To .. .. Tt N TO POB "_8' 33 L Orton '74.11,

RULED LEGAL PADS, :2313-Lot 1 of Blk Ida May Tyson- 5.01 3389-Lot I ef Blk .' POD 10 7, 23 26.13 Eugene L Oarvcr 187.47
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steno Notebooks. Order 2%U-I.nt. 3, 4 or 8/D Lr.: Baker r..At lJ of NY1'I] ofp'r.'i: :

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.....d d 'group !Urns FIRST METHODIST
; come across a CHURCH, STARKE
FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM youngster now and then' who Sunday Church School,
seems to have the weight of
9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship,
CMStopics the, world on :his shoulders.
11:00: a. m. Snack Supper for
alco- Unlike the outer kids in the
.M
MYF. 0:00: p. m.; MPF Meetings
group, thlslboy' girl seems
to have far too mature an outlook 6:30: p. m.; Evening Wor-

on: life. While the others ship, 7:30: p. m.

ar4.laughing and indulging in Monday Commission on
: tli;<< giggles that every kid hasa Membership and Evangelism,
right to enjoy this individual 7:30: p. m,

By PAUL C FORAKER 11.,1 : :: I emnln, .IIOber, TuesdayWSCS Executive
Editor Information Servlceg: -_._ J3 he 6r. she'""an orphan? No. Board. 9:30: a, m.. WSCS General II I
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Both parents are living, and' Meeting 10 a. m. I
No man Is an island. drinking, many innocent bystanders from all appearances/ the'I Wednesday Prayer Meet-
This often-quoted statement also must suffer, Including youngsters home life Is normal. ing and Bible Study, 7: 30 BAYLESS HIGHWAY RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST' '

Is never truer than when, mainly spouses and But a closer Inspection /begins : I p. m BAPTIST 'CHVRCII CHUKpH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
to the alco- to reveal that Chancel Choir
applied average youngsters. 'something is Thursday Sim-
holio. Anyone who has worked wrong at home. Rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Sunday: School, 10 a. m.: Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services:MornIng Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 .. m i
School 9:45 m.
Besides the ruination and I with young people,, whether ; Xet's call our subject !Mike. Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship Service ,,11 School, .10' a.m. Worship, 11 day Worship, : 10:45 a.: .. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 a. m.: I
which his be in the Although> his and 7 p m-Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 m.'
degradj1Jtlon come they elementary father la employed 3:00: p. m. a. m.1; Training Union 8:30 ..m. and 7:30: p.m. Training p.
r
t way:.due to his uncontrolled junior high, or high echooliagv; ; there never seems to Saturday:! Young Adult p. m.; Evening Worship 7:30: Union, 4:30: pm. ,.... Rev. Jack Training Union, 6:46: p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer' Meeting Wednesday
be enough. money for nice Fellowship, 7:30: p. m. p. m, Stolte pastor, Evening Service 7:43.: MId- Thursday Visitation, 10 8 p. m. Sing ear,' Friday at 8
clothes dike' most other !boys I week Prayer Service Wednesday a, m. and 7 p. m. P. m. Rev. Haftey Lane, pas
Prayer Wed.. 7:30
seem to have. Mike also seems FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting : 7:46: p. m tor.
p. m.: O. A. Meeting Wet, K1NGSLEV LAKE
to :be ashamed to bring friends STARKE NEW RIVER BAPTIStSunday
home to.vlalt;iRe doesn't get Sunday Brotherhood 7:30: p. ,m.; Choir Rehearsal, BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST
Wed., 7:30 p. m.; Brotherhood Swiday': School 9:45: .. m. School. 10
good grade. 1n>:school and he's meeting and breakfast at BAPTIST CHURCH : a. m-
I JERoNejOHNS not 'happy and "e'. not really church, 7:30: 11. m. Sunday meeting, last MondayIn Morning Worship 11 a. m. 63.: W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning' 'Worship il a. m Sunday School. 10 .. m.
trying. Ha.la: confused and he's School, 9:45: a. m. Morning cacti month. K... David I Training/ Union 6:15: p. m. services: Sunday School 10 Tralnlnr Union, 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship 11 a. m.

I lonely. :: ":, Worship 11 a. m., sermon: Medelroa,. panto;'. I Evening Service 7:30: p. m a. m. Preaching. 11 a. m. ning Worship 8 p. m. Training Union 6:30: Pm
A I confidential talk with Midweek Prayer Service, Wednesday: : night service, Evening/ Service. 7:30. Prayet
"Lovest Thou Me? Training Church Or jests Olirlst Of Training Union, 5:45: p. m. :
Mike reveals l that: his dad is Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come
Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening Latter-day Saints let Evening Worship, 7 p. m 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting Wednesday 7:37.
County Commi ioneart an home alcoholic and (that things at at Worship. 7:30: ; sermon "That 1416 East Call St.] Allen us Price worship, pastor.together. Rev Everyone welcome .- ElderA. -L. L. Parker pastor. p. m.-Rev. B. U. Butte
Y ro'j 1 ;get pretty rough Which Was Evil. Services: pastor.
+ timed. ':Mike! in Q. Flynn, pastor.
caught a '
CHURCH OF
DISTRICT 3':c Monday Trustees Meet- Priesthood, 8:45: ; Sunday PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHRIS
weto of circumstance. On one
j [ Ins; 5 Youth Choir School 10:00 Sacrament IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
:
p. m. practice
hand he hates! :the' misery In Sunday Scnooj, 10 a. m FIRST PRESBYTERLUI Sunday: :Bible Study 10
and Deacons Meeting, 7 1 1D. 11:00.: I CHURCH, IHWAY 16 N,
lie Has Taken Self interest and.Private his home which has been m. WMU Executive Board Branch. President Morning WorsW 11 .. m Sunday School. 9:48: a. XL a. m.; Morning Worship and
brought about by his fa'ther'sprobJem Dean Hanson 964-6278.1 Pre-SerrlOM (!Booster tend,, Communion Service 11 *. m- ,, Sunday School. 9:43: a. m.
,
1 Work Out Of County Government. on the other 'hand he : Morning Worship 11 a.
; 7:30.Tuesday WMU monthly Young People, and Prayer m'l Evening services 8:00.: Morning Worship 11. Training
". feels a natural loyalty to his FIRST ASSEMBLT OF GOD Servlcel, p. m. Xvenlnt: Youth Fellowship, 0 p. Union, 7 p. m. Evening Serv-
I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT business and program/< meeting Wednesday 'Worship service -
dad and wants to keep the OF STARKE Choir Practice Wednesday. vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
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Worship. 7 .,. m. Midweek I
with covered dish luncheon at 7
.0:: problem a secret as much as West Weldon St. and Kal-, I 8 p. m. Minister Jack p Service, 7:30: - p.m.Rev
the church, 12 noon. Junior Service Wednesday. 7:30 1 I
4 (pd. pol. adv.) possible.; ford Road : p bell Howe pastor.
.. And so, because of one man'sproblem Choir, and Sunbeams 3:30p. : Sunday School: 10:00: 'a.:m m. E. H. Bowers, D. D. pastor Robert D. Burch.
drinking, !Mike must m. Primary Choir 4 p. m.
j: 11:00
: a. m. Morning Worship;
,
: '"1' "" Wednesday Prayer Meet-
tout -
suffer. Not only Mike 6:00: p. m..C. A. Services: 7<00
fl. also his younger brother and ing, 7 p. m. Church Choir Evanjtellst1cBervJce.L.
p. m.'
[ How to cash ifV sister plus !tils motherplus Practice, 7:45.Thursday: Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. MidWeek -
get the company for 'which Mike's Weekday Bible Prayer Meeting. An Investment in Your Future
dad works when alcoholism Class, 10 a. m. Visitation 7
Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. -

11 your income stopped tomorrow takes the job.Its toll, in hours lost from p. m. ?

Thus, the ateoholtc Is help REVIVAL SERVICESAT !! MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL A uiJ 'III CIOleel

:) One out of every three men over 35 will be aiHaofe ,:before ing much more than just him BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday 46ttM attltt.\es/Msa Mre41Mvn
,! 60. One out of three. Can you afford to 'lie one of these self when he 'finally' admits Revival services will he held School. 11:00': a.:'m. Morning

:11 If, you were unable to work due to sickness or accident his problem and 'honestly seeks at Boatdraln Baptist Church Worship, 6:00: p. Training
where would treatment for it. May 5-12, each evening at 8 Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening
your money come from For .{bow. long? '
: Would its be to all There are 180,000 alcoholics o'ccock. Worship.
enough cover ,
(Ji 'l'"
In Florida. Three speakers will be heard Wednesday 7:30,: Prayer
today. Add to
expenses? ;.a 1'; number the others (whoa tJj e during the week- Rev Merle Services. 1st and 3rd Wednesnlght What Does It she: To Guild A Church ? 3.

;;' 'r'; Packham Rev. Glen Lawhon, -7:00: p. ,m. Family
; Nationwide, Insurance ran see that you '' ifl.., directly affected In one way or
.
and Rev. J. O. McLeod-wlth }'
get the cash you need. Nationwide!\. ; another by this 180,000, and each conducting two services. Night. 1 Perhaps you glance at the church on the corner once in a while and wonder what #!
find yourself with size-
Guarantor; Income Plan makes sure {t y r b ,- able you segment of the Sunshine a There will be special music BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP 1 it would be like 'to visit during a serviceWhat is it that draws those people to that $

ydnr family lias cash when disability rY' State''population. and singing each night and Sunday School, '10 a. m r C particular building every week? What built that church? #
slops yonr'regular
Income Nation- That, 'Is why Florida Alco- the nursery will be available Morning Worship, 11 a. m ,

wtg '. Guarantor Income Plan pays you holic Rehabilitation Programus nt each service. Evening Worship, ?:5t) p. m The only possible answer is-the love of God. Their love of God prompted them'}

'from $100 to $600 per month accordingto using every means! available The pastor Rev Virgil Lov- Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m ''I { to sacrifice and giv fp.that the sanctuary might be built. The love of GoJ compels '
.
the plan you choose. And benefit to spread the /word that nlco- ett invites everyone to attend
caa>,tart 30 days after you are disabled holism] la. ;reatable because alcoholism -, one or all services! during the, Wednesday., pastor.-Rev. J. C. Heaters : them to /meet.therf'tyith others who serve Him. Their love of God; compels them la '1

d and:continue up to age 65 for sickness BillPowell Is;at disease week. I, "go and tell!,others''t:(
.-ui-Ufefcr ardent If-you have the problem of I. HOPE BAPTIST CHUkfcCBiGUbway ,I ,

Phone 063.6464 I alcoholism, or if you know bearing the message "Alchol-: 100 at TherewwJ I: We pray that,you will be drawn to such a church this week and thai ;
1 -jdall me today for more details" about 401 VV. 6iwlisosNatlonwlde's someone who does, you shouldbe ism -Is Treatable which alsoIs Sunday School 10 .*., m. I
vitally interested In this I I!, you Wiljll yourself with it. You can help build it into i
.
Guarantor Income Plan. Stitrke, Fla. free for the asking. Morning WOrahlp.-ll A. m I {
disease and what Florida Alcoholic
-' (More Information' may !be Training Union-6:30: p. m.1 something even better.
:- The man from Nationwide is on your side Rehabilitation Program'In.doing I,ad by simply writing FAKP Evening Worship '7:15: 4r

)' to combat It. Information Services!, Box ;T m... '.......y ar,.awr, I
.., NATIONWIDE INSURANCE FARP hOB literature available 1147, Avon Park, ,Fla. 33825. Wednesday Nlgnt ?"ayer
Nationwide on all 'Chases of alcoholism I
Mutual l Insurance Company Cervices i- 7:30: p.m.. Rev.
and Its treatment, and It's.
Home Office: Columbus Ohio vlarle Packham. pastor.
free of charge. Another popular > Curl Hurst is a man of IlC-:
. ..1 j J Item Is the ]license\ plato tluii-not promise! I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST ''I
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Sunday School, 10 a.m.'I
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.'
MADISON I
STREET BAPTIST CHURCH Training' Union, 6 p.m. Evening -;

Worship, 7 p.m. Prayer:
i" ='ft.filOMECOMING* Meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m. '
I
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Tlu church b God'l oppomtid cgonty In Hilt >

l REVIVAL Sunday Services: Sunday: world bt ipwoding tho krowlidjo ol Hrt kva
: AND School, 9:43: a. m. Morning I f for mon and of Hit demand for mon to roipond'W t, f;

\0, I ,. Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening:, that bvi b/'laving Mi rnighbor. Without pp pp ''s
*H, Service, 6:30: p. m, Midweek: t' this grourullng In tho ?ova ol Cod, rw govom* J'' ?)
Service, Wednesday. 7:13: p. n mint or rarioty or way of lift will Ion? '
: ;ii -! ..t'* m.Charles Reese, minister. d: ptnovfro and I Ilit (riidomt which wo hold u r Ar '

: ?4 td.an will vilobfr] pvriih. Thirst,,, can ::d
HOMECOMINGSUNDAY I t. *':::1 CHURCH OF GOD :r p t horn o ulfltri point ol viow,ono ihould wpporlIho it p

KA 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.I ) hah for Ihi iak< of the olio ol him-

A4 .t I II Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- : d Mlf and fan family loyond that, howovor, .'

I : ship Services, 11 a m. and: } ponon ihould uphold and porMcipott in
.,. SQ Wivny
7:30 (huh boioino II lilll Iho truth about ,
: p. m. Prayer Meeting, ;
; (
I" ."t MAY 5th-- ic 'i Friday 7:30: p m.-Rev. L.. S.I f-i mon'l lift, dmlli and doillny; tho Iruth wliuhW d L .

Williams, pastor.NOBTHSIDE elono will ut him frio M Tin n o child of 'i ::: '
1 .\f :;h W'\ r God.

1 Sunday School 9:45; Morning Services, 11:00 A.TVI.: ;' BAPTIST
Located on BayMM :nri! ,
0
I I Lunch for everyone, 12:15: ; Training Union, 6il5. ; way tSR 22Slat] Ralfonl ROM Cal.nAM n.r'w

Evening Services, 7:30 Cordial Welcome to all former [tSR 181. Services: KunduStaiooU ssxv.Yitiv%%in'k titi: ::4:4v1.1iiC: : }}.:,+aYw+ ;}kSR: :: {v'i X fYC: %'h.}aCShf%%4% C4h>wo::}:+iC: <.n43i 4rii4Nkto.liltCl

L members, present members, each pastor'-and"rainlJ 'of tt3'# ; 10 a. m. sundaeMsrning

I all local churches and friends. k' vA'4 : Training Worship Union, ', ::39 11 *p.. m m This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the 'Follow-?

II II I Evening Service, 7:30.: Mid. iDa Civic-Minded Business Firma """
I I'j" Week Prayer Senric, Wednesday Uu.. 1t:

':to. -\ft. Glom Law
; : hon, pastor FAULKNER Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS

: REVIVAF SINCLAIR SERVICE
kc
DEDAN BROOKER BAPTIST CHVBdl Mkt. SUPPLIES. Inc.
U-HAUL; RENTALS
Featuring Age Hardwai
Sunday School 11) L... m, Truck Trailer Grocerfes-Meata-Feedt Complete Faint BopplUMad I
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Morning Worship! 11\.. m.Training G.odm"ctofx
Gag Sporting
&: Oil
With
Begins Sunday Union,
Morning 6:30: p. m .Complete Lubrication
Evening WITH v '*
Service :30. -* Rev. Minor Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 Starke Fla. > mar
:.,M1.". i Lacy Conway. pastor. S19 I
Washington St. M4-OT
.;f 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964.5899

Services May 5thr ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL'. I I
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f //I Ir t CHURCH STARKE Lawson Meat MarketAND
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.# I'
r .* Service ,.schedule. ;for., ..thlil Insurance COLD STORAGE
?; l Agency
r =| And. Ends With Evening Services Lenten season: '- OF STARKE, INC. W. Specially! ta Custom n&Rgbte. I

f Wednesday, 730; p. ,!n..,I g-A-V-E lag. Cutting A Wrapptaa- I
On May 12th Evening Prayer.: ,, :\,':"? U.s. 301 NORTH Prepared For Deep J1een0. I
i With Your Mutual Agent
REV. ORRIN W. STITES Sundays: Holy I
1st and 5th, 11 Commanfon'l. : Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla. PHONE ",-'ON
222 N. Ph.
''f' Tempi 964-7369
Brief services each morning at 10:00 A.M.,' Monday a. m. Morning Prayer and _

.through Friday; Evening services at 7:30 each/;evening Evangelist 11 Sermon, 2nd, 3rd. and. 4th,
a. mMADISON VICKERY GARAGE
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>xcept Saturday. STREETBAPTIST BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAEST

Superintendent of Mission Work : 628 S. Walnut St.

"HI for' Florida Baptist Convention. CHURCH Phone 964-6022 TELEGRAPHPhone t
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.' '...01'I Homecoming Sunday; ,'May,
a. :" \1 1I Complete Automotive

Revival May. -12.::;Sep.I REPAIRSFor 964-6305 OHTROLiooMicuca.
INSPIRING SERVICES -BY GREAT EVANGELIST I
A vice" dally at 10 a. m. and 7:30.: ,
Need
: p. m. except Saturday,," May. i Every Printing-Office Supplies .

SPECIAL MUSIC SERVICENURSERY I 11. 'ALTERNATOR: SERVICE
AT EACH
Sunday, May'Go"iI.md: :: : j
School, 9:45: a.'in. 'Morning: 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
I :,; ..,--% i Worship, 11 a. m.-'YoutH' Choir I E. Johns Phone 964.5745 for' FREE
Charley
I practice, 4:30: p. m. YouthTellowship BRADFORDABSTRACT
& Estimates
Inspections

't OPEN_;FOR EVENING SERVICES I f:15 I ; 3:45 WMU: ; Training.Pray r- Circle Union j Agency Company "

I 17:15.: Evening Worship, .7:30.ji: : JUl... ,'&.,'W.1I' Ph. 904-0079, Hurst Shell Service

i I I Thursday, May9 >-:.''Sutt-: j'] emN1CBAL'INSURANCE! 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
Genuine Christian Fellowship : beams and. GA a meet at I 1I1'-.q'Bat Jfefcody Vmlaneni Uwy. 301 &: 109 Ph. 4-4111

: church, 3:30: p. .m, I, c ..i.7 B. JokM,Agency Starke, Fla. Ph. 964-6331 MS B. W...., 81Uon .....
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'Funeral Services day afternoon.Mr. trim on his house. I
r---c' and Mrs. W. J Grollck Mr. arid Mrs. O. W. Gill
NEWS NOTESBy
Keystone Hilites For Mrs. Scott have sold their home and are last Q I
I were down for a few days ..
having one built in Keystone
Helen Egan Held At Keystone week and caught a 6% lb. 1
Schuber Heights. It seems that they
By
Regina I will at bass while there. The Jr. Gills
be leaving but
us soon
Please Phone in Your Items 4733067WOMAN'S COMMUNITY CHURCH MI's. Elva Scott died Tues
,
down the weekend.Mr. I'
23 in least they won't be going very for
The Family Dinner was held; day. Apr. at her home
Keystone: Heights following! a and Mrs. Bill Parker of ,
on April 24 in the educational I far.Mrs
CLUB NEWS 1st-Mr. and Mrs. R. Starnes: building with Mrs Walter Oro sudden illness. Jackie Moorer of Atlanta Mobile, Ala. and; Mrs. Preston 118were
The monthly luncheon meetIng 2nd-Mrs. S. LaCoste and Mrs.. lick's circle as host. A special J' She was ,born in Canada on Oa. and her mother Mrs. Decker of Gainesville were vis- "
of the Woman's Club was H. Schuber; 3rd,-Mrs. J. Dey table was reserved for Mrs. I May 1, 1900 and had lived. In Nell Andrews of Starke afe [Continued on next P'-'I| .
held.Tuesday, April 23, at the and Mrs. A. Larsen: 4thMrs.P. George Canova organist and 1L'Mrs. \ the l Keystone: Heights area for spending some time at Griffin's tauto I ,
-Educational building of the Fraher and Mrs. B. Terry' members of the Church Choir eight years. She was a retired Lodge while they A Question for Sen. Cross I
I I II care of some business. .
Comunity Church. LIBRARY NEWSAn who were honored guests on i florist designer and !was a Mrjs
Mrs. David Nelson club "Open House" member of Faith Presbyterian Moorer's daughter Lee Nl I '
pregldent sponsoredby this occasion. Two couples I Do You Support j.
welcomed members and the Woman's Club, was who had celebrated a recent Church and the Older of East will be visiting them some too. I
their guests. Mrs. Axel Malm held at the Keystone Libraryon. Golden Anniversary Mr. and I ern Star. Lee Nell and I were In gram- FEA Sanctions?, ,

gren gave the invocation. Thursday, April 25, from Mrs. Thomas Hansen, and Mr. Surviving are two 'sons Wll mar school together.
Following the luncheon. Mi' :2 I to 5 p. m. Mrs. Charles Titus-were also Hum J. Crilly and Robert J. Dave and Louise Lewis of "The bill to take away the :1
Sara McDonald, program Fortythree persons signed honored at this time. r' I Crllly. both of Toronto, Canada Ft. Myers spent the weekendat force of law from Florida .. II
chairman Introduced the the guest book, and a numberof Following dinner, Mrs. : one brother, Ralph' Mir Pete and Joyce Bartons Education Association* ...
guest.,speaker, Mrs. Mary Bo children came. Frank Ilgen, program chair- anda, Detroit, Mich.; three home. Dave is being transferred yoked sanctions against '
CANCER CRUSADE sisters, Mrs. (Myrtle\ Whalen by his company to Jacksonville -
erke. Clay County Librarian man, introduced Mayor Ray: I Florida schools passed the
Lillian Holmes, bothof .
and Mrs Pete and Joyce left
who spoke of About 100,000 cancer pa-
Library serviceIn Starnes, who paid tribute to I Senate today."It .
Detroit, 'Mich; and Mrs. Wednesday night for Ft. My
tients
will die
.Clay County and of improvements -, In 1968 who the "holr, and especially to with
passed only
to be offered i In might have been saved by Mrs. Canova who spends much Emery II. (Cooper, Flower Show chair Margaret Norris, of JLo Angeles ers and were out shrimping one
the near future. A questionand earlier diagnosis and prompt additional time in training man wau a blue ribbon winner In "Siesta Time." Calif. and fishing with her brother dissenting vote by Sen. J.

answer period: followed.A. treatment. The American ,two junior choirs, and playingfor (Top right) Mrs. C. E. Strickland Jr. won lila Eastern Star services( were Ruben Lewis from Thursdayto Emory" Cross, D-Gaines-

.' C. Titus, member of the Cancer Society seeks to reduce special events. CreaaU'ltyward, and Mrs.. L. C. Stripling( >w- _ hold nt Jones Memorial Idhap- Sunday. They returned viilc.
the el Keystone! Heights, at 7:30p. :
loss .
unnecessary of life home Monday.I
Library Board also gave a brief S. E. McKay served as master er right) won the coveted Sweepstakes Award. m. Friday. Funeral services/ Reprinted from
talk. Mrs. H Lawrence, Key through research, education of ceremonies for the Satur. noticed lots of our week- PALATKA DAILY NEWS
1 were held at 10 a. m.
and service.
atone Librarian was also guest If you were not at home musical program which Included Garden Club Of The Lakes day with Dr. James R. Neal end residents were out last June 9, 1967
at the luncheon. when volunteer a piano solo of her own Jr. officiating. Interment was weekend. Some of those spot
a called, and
Hostesses were S. Kennedy, you would like to contribute, a composition by Mrs. Betty Sponsors First Flower ShowIt in! the Keystone: Heights ted were: the J. D. Carl tons, Vote For
Mrs. R. Bridges, Mrs. R. Ortf Sikes, and vocal solos by Mrs. Cemetery under direction of
check to the American Cancer English Hiltons James 'Meeks, ED PECKState
fin, Mrs. F Tolles and Mrs. H. Janet Hayner. accompanied by DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Schuber. Society may be mailed to Mrs. Mrs. Jo Reed. was springtime in Key- Achievement Award; Mitchell Harvey McCarthys, James
DUPLICATE BRIDGE John Bird. Cancer Crusade Rev. Frank L. Milner. in stone Heights when the Garden Eland a red ribbon: and Vic : ; Home. Klnchens who had lots Senate, Dist. 7

The Duplicate Bridge Club Heights.Chairman, Box,: 143. Keystone behalf of the choir, presentedMrs. Club of the Lakes held Its kie Bird, yellow ribbon. In _f3 .vvyyyyyyyyyyy. ... . ..71VVVV. .. company to help paint .off (Paid Political Ad)
meets every Monday night at Elsie stein with a silver First Annual Flower Show at corsages, Peggy Shaughnessywon I _
Municipal Building. Play begins ST. WILLIAMS NEWS pin Inscribed with a verse of the Mason Hall last Saturday a blue ribbon; Lynn Hen-
promptly at '1::30. This. There will now be two appreciation for her many from 1 to '1 p. m. derson, red: and Clndaj INDIAN BEACH
!Sunday masses, one at 7:30, i
: Grace, yellow. "In Grand Elect
club sponsored by Woman's Mid years of faithful service In the Mrs. Emery H. Cooper was iI
Club. ,The public is Invited to another at 9 a. m. choir. general chairman of the show mother's Time," Glenn Moon- (Luke Santa Fe) I
attend: Last week's winnersSCHEDULE : Binoro every Friday night at The Church Women's Executive which had as its theme eyham won a blue ribbon; Diane By Michael H. Chltty GRAHAM' I (
the Church Hall. Play begins Board met April 22 to "Around the Clock with Flow Ilgen. red: and Christy Ph. 475-2171: ,P .
promptly at 7:30: P. m. arrange for the final general ers." Mrs. Lena Clemens and Newman, yellow. .................... ..............,
HERE AND THERE >n Artistic Arrangements, the Award of Merit In 1IOt.Lt.culture. HUTCHISON
meeting on May S at 7:30: p. Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle were In Greetings and salutations
OP SERVICES Younst Herb Nelson jr. madea m. This will be a candlelight charge of entries by the High blue ribbon winners were Mrs. which included 235 from your mixed up rollingrl'pol.te1' I
hole In one. on 14th hole of service to greet the new mem- School Gardeners. Emory Cooper. Mrs. Ruth Mit entries : with the news Every ,
PARK the University of Florida Golf hers of the year with Mrs. Winners of the Sweepstakes chell. Mrs. William Warren, A planning meeting for the where I go, people are mixedup Justice of the Peace '
of-the Course recently. The ball wentIn Frank Milner in charge. The Award in artistic arrangementwas and Mrs. L C. Stilpling. Mrs. flower shop was held at 1 p. because of our new time. District 4 .
the hole on the fly Rebeccas Circle, with Mrs. Mrs. L. C. Stripling, who C. E. Strickland Jr. was pie- m. on April 25 at the home of Some people don't like It a bit, L'
.PALMSSUNDAYS Mrs. Fremont Tolles and William Warren as chairman, received a blue ribbon and' a sented a special Creativity Mrs. R L. BiUges, with Mrs but I think most people do,
Mrs. Henry Schuber spent will serve refreshments duringthe red ribbon in this division. Award in this division. Ruth Mitchell and Mrs. Olive especially fishermen. I like It Keystone Heights Lake Geneva, Kingsley Lake,
last Saturday at Cedar Key, social hour. Mrs. Clemens receives the Mrs. Earl Roberts received Longnecker as co-hosteses. because my father gets homean McRae BelmoreDEMOCRATIC
where The Board of Trustees will horticulture -, hour earlier and have
11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. they enjoyed viewing Sweepstakes Award In we
I THURSDAYS the Sidewalk Art Show. Mrs. meet at 8 p. m. on May 3. and winner for the .yyyyyyyyyvy. .. . 'vY'fvvvyvMELROSE. .... United l Methodists. longer to fish. The only real PRIMARY, MAY 7
.; Robert Lambing, a member of FELLOWSHIP CLUBA most artistic arrangement in The Methodist Church has bad thing about It, Is that
7:30 P.1MT. the Woman's Club, exhibited a Game-Fun Day was enjoyed .,the show was Mrs. Clifton E. been renamed the United everybody lost an hour's sleep., lit Florida Resident 22 Years
FUNDAMENTALBIBIE number of her paintings in on April 25 at St. Anne's Strickland, Jr. Methodist Church. The Evan Saturday, my father- ; James lit Licensed Attorney 26 Years
TEACHING .he the show. parish house. Hostesses for the In artistic arrangements In gelical United, Brethren and Grandmother Copeland and I 'lit Graduate George; Washington University
Miss Virginia Sullivan of social hour were MI's. Ethel the High School Gardeners By Joyce RomelAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj the Methodist Church met in went to 'Cedar Key and got (National Law School)
.AU.S.'' ,n Ices Held In The East Orange N. J. is vacation- Weyman president, and Mrs. Division, "Coke Time," Mike I Dallas last week and official some good fresh oysters. Sunday .*. Combat Veteran World War II
New Rible Center f Continued .>n next pare Nettle Smith, treasurer. Murrhee received the Junior ly formed this new church. i Father, and Bill Few of Order of Purple Heart
.
[Continue* On Na '. Panel Our deepest! sympathy the The Gainesville District Lav- i Keystom went dep-sea fishing lit Member American Legion
-I lamily: ol: Slgsbee c. prince, men's Retreat begins at 2:00p. : and caught 5.

L__ 68. who died at his residence Saturday at Camp Mont. Mrs. Helen Walker of Jack Retired No other job which will interfere -
I -H'
REEIFCT Thursay.;!, Mr"P1lnce.d lived gomery (on S. R. 100 betwee.ii: sonville Is spending two week
1kI: (.. .. ..... ..w..;;.. ,-...... ..->. .::.."'". ....... .__ in Melrose for many years and Keystone and Starke). Theme 'with her sister aJiri brother-in- with the obligations of this office.
was a retired department tor-ithe meeting will be "What 'I law Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car-
: manager for University Chev- ar'-Uie Credentials of a Christian penter 'whIle EON A. BAXLEY rolet. ?" All men are encouraged here. Mr. and Mrs. David Reid
Funeral services were held to attend. and lions of Jacksonville and
Saturday at 2:00 p. m. at The Official ''Board holds IU Charles Walker' and son spent Support Appreciated
Johnson Hayes Chapel with regular monthly meeting this I the weekend with the Carpenters -
I Rev. Al Steuait conducting Wednesday at 7:30: ( p. m. in and the 'Dolph Reddish (pd. pol. adv.)
services. Burial was in Ever the Fellowship Hall. family of Starke were out Sun-
School Board Member
green Cemetery under the direction >
of JohnsonHayesFuneral '-
.- DISTRICT 4 Home.

TO THE PEOPLE OF CLAY COUNTY: Survivors, Mrs. Bessie included Prince his, a son widow -, AN OPEN LETTER TO THE

Sigsbee Pi'Ince, Jr. of Bartow, .
and two brothers. O K. Prince
On May 7, you will have an opportunity to re- recent teacher crisis. of Panama City and W. J.

approve my position as your School Board Mem Prince of Gainesville
Several Melrose residentswere CITIZENS OF CLAY COUNTY.
We have greatly increased the of
quality
ber. I deeply regret that due to personal illness also saddened' last week .

I have been unable to campaign actively; however teachers coming. to Clay County. There are at the death of Mrs. Elva

more teachers with college degrees in Edu- Scott of Keystone. She was ._
I. have been advised that of -
as May 20. ---------- -
well known in this area because girl and have two children in the public

this year, I will be able to resume normal activities. cation than ever before. I of her work with cera i ,__.._ 1 schools of Clay County. I have been active in
mics. .
In the meantime, I have been and will 1
3. Program Improvement We have made John Shaughnessy Is in the 1 civic affairs and Church work in my com
continue to be in constant communication with hospital.

the Superintendent on all matters being considered great strides in improving our school pro Mr. and Mis C. W Durbln munity.

by the Board.In gram to provide better education for both spent Friday and Saturday in ;: ,; ., ;_ In seeking to serve as your County Commis
those students who plan to enter college and Tampa visiting their son and '
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. : : sioner i I: am dedicated to bringing to public
the past three years Clay County school children for those who plan to enter the business Richard Durbin and' < daughter. j '
office businesslike procedures that will insure
have increased from approximately 5,000to world upon completion of high school. Guests last week of Mr. and :
,lt.
I Mis. R. M. Cason Included Mr. ; the efficient operation of our County
a present enrollment of over 7,100 students.In I .
and Mis. Lelston Wynn of
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seeking re-election I wish to tell you how we Special instructional personnel such as elementary Hampton: their son, Ralph J. government guaranteeing that each tax dol

have met this increase in enrollment. school libraries, remedial reading Cason of Palatka. and a friend lar paid by YOU will bring a dollar's worth

teachers, exceptional education teachers and Mr.Calif S: R.and Seeds their of Stockton daughter. : of service to the County.

.' ::1. Construction S. Bryan Jennings Elemen- teachers for art music and physical educa- I Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka. _

tary School in the Meadowbrook Terracearea tion have been added to the elementary I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore I intend to increase cooperation between

; 7 new classrooms at Middleburg Elementary schools. I i spent derdale.the weekend In Ft Lau- I .. ., County and Municipal government in an effort -

; 10 new classrooms at Clay Jr-Sr. Mrs. J. J. Boyle is happy to to make both branches of our local government -

High, also shower and locker rooms in thislchoors The number of pupils each teacher has in be home after spending some Dear Citizen I more efficient and therefore of more
tine In the .
hospital recently.She
athletic department; gymnasium at his classroom has been greatly reduced to Is feeling better, and we Your County Government is everybody's service to the citizens.

.' Keystone Heights High School; gymnasium allow the teacher to do a better teaching job. hope she had a speedy recov- business and it is:: IMPORTANT business

band suite and 14 classrooms at Orange Park ery.Mr. I will strive for greater t economic development I -

'High 20 classrooms and 4. Millage The amount of millage necessary and Mrs. A. W. Allen 7th will have of our County and pledge
Jr.-Sr. ; library at I and sons, Ronnie and Jimmy On Tuesday, May you an opportunity my cooper-

\ W. E. Cherry Elementary; 4 classrooms at to operate your schools has been held to less I of Jacksonville spent the week to select the people to lead and di. ation and support with all individuals and

Orange Park Elementary; 3 classrooms at than 10 mills 9.75.I end sister-in-law visiting,his Mr.brother and Mrs.and W. rect your government for the next four years. groups working for such development.OLIN .

Poctors Inlet Elementary.Most I H. Allen.
ask you to judge my candidacy on the basis of I Duplicate/ Bridge HOWARD is a candidate to serve Finally your vote for me as YOURon

of the funds for construction have my record. :I have always attempted to providethe I Winners of,the Melrose Du. your County Commission from District 3 COUNTY COMMISSIONER on May 7, 1968

been received from Federal and State sour- best education possible for our children and plicate wereMr.Bridge.. Mary Club Cook last week and and brings to you the experience of a successcarries with it my pledge to make Clay

ces. This has allowed your local tax dollarsto will continue to do so. We are planning now for Mrs. F. T. Hojfue, 1st place:
ful businessman. I have been a resident: of County a better place in which YOU may
additional construction to meet the population Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs.
be spent in other areas of education im- John 2nd for 34 married live and
Strawn place; Mrs. Clay County years, to a local work.
provement. boom in our county and to insure that these Emery Cooper and MUw Bessie -

citizens of tomorrow will be well equipped to Rutherford, 3rd place: Mrs.
Robert Clare and Mrs. S. FOR A BUSINESSMAN'S APPROACH TO COUNTY GOVERNMENT VOTE FOR
2. Teachers Your Board has become -
competitive meet the problems they will face upon their Saahoff, 4th place.. P'j

in the market for qualified teachersby graduation from school.In Girl !ScoutsGirl!

providing very substantial pay increases. Scout Troop 627 had a''
camp-out at Ft. iDe Soto Park :
Due to the close relationship between your closing I earnestly solicit your vote and sup near St. Petersburg over the :1
I OLIN S. HOWARD
School Board Superintendent Teachers and port on May 7, in order that I might help make weekend. ; JR.
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Parents the schools in Clay County remained the Clay County School System the best in the Marsha Those Whitton attending Jeanie!included Yeoman -: ,

open under normal conditions during theF State of Florida. Teresa Gaboardi, Betty 1

Keeler, Phylla Eeckham, Donna
Martin, Vicky McClure FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3
Sincerely
Tim iFtek, Muriel Dennis, Deb.I
bie Copeland, Debbie Mills.
Mr*. Carol 'Flsk, Scout Leader,
Leon A. Baxley and Mrs. -Ann Keeler and Mrs. <(
: Helen Whitton, parent
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be due this Sunday May 5. .-.t -'-' -"""."' --"" _ _ _ _ _ ,
KEYSTONE : The lakes are going dry Tavares Monday.Mr. Church and Christian Churchare M.... 104.10 P.*. All of 8.lrl. property i,, .?'
There will be woik day at : 'k
a ) i OIVEN, I the County of
; You can hardly launch boat. NOTICt!! IS IIKKBHY Uraclford i
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a and Mrs. L. K. Childs, 'I
St. Anne's s'aturay May :18 VOICE of theSPORTSMAN observing the new time that Mr. Eugene illoortswurth I of Florida H
HILITES the'' And even if you do, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Under- schedule. Sunday School at the holder of the followingrertlricntea I Unions such certificate "r
at 0
All
a. m. men Of You can't be sure It'll float.If ,: ban fllud said certlfleutoH !- I tlfli-atea shah lie rOde"m..o.i "
wood and
Miss Under-
chuiv.h are asked! !i toJielp make Cindy 10 a. m., Church services at for a I...>x n"
It doesn't
this the : rain, wood;, spent Sunday visiting at 11 and 7:30: with Training Kiiod. thi-runn The uertlflcHtennmbnni I deBcrlbea In. such certirumV
J F proceeding1, ] one as Jujcessffll( as I wonder just how long. Monticello. Mrs. Child's sister Union Slut yearn of IRRultn,'". I certificate will b" Bold Ir. I
Page at 6:30 and
pvm : Prayer ,
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last work da9. The'Rtgbt Rev- ; IJy1like We the deiKTlptlon of lh pl'III"rIY.Itnl I hltfheyt bldrier at the court h.
erend Hamilton West, :Bishop will be around Mrs. Tom Young, who has Meeting at 7:30: on Wednesdayat th. nnme In which It was I door on the firm Mondax' i
: of the Diocese of Florida will the 3rd day of June,
8Yar 1H
I Ml'5John: Sullivan; of Nelson'sPolnt"Sgt. No *
Walt
feel
I a drop. them to Montlcello from
John be at St. Anne, Wednesday, Phone 4752'171.1' PERSONALSMrs of IXHUBIHO, l"l( Dated tins 16th\ day nr ,\tCHAhL.T2S
: Sullivan Jr. I
Another one now and then. there she returned to her Emilie Earnest return- TV..urlptl..n of Property" No. rats.I
and Ills wife, of Kansas' City. May 22, at 7:30: p. m fortJon.flrmatlon. -. Then It started pouring: home In Tallahassee. I .ed Tuesday after spendingthe S24. S'4 of SE'i of SE'4 Sac ; I Clerk of Circuit A. DARBY c"
: will loin the family for a reunion 2/: .:..:..., 30 t-5-S R-21-B. DrRUord.CounlY, urt r
-- Mrs. past two months with II. Florida
God relatives C
,. blessed us with rain Guests of Mr. and Name. In which nHHOSBod .
later this week.All's. :5-2 4t 6-2:1':
How3y: fishermen! This cause the fish are attracted to again. Frlce Fisher for several days In Germany. & John Rents. i

: .; A. Nelson] of Lakevlew : here's!! ya ole rolling-fisherman its loud noise and frantic recently were his son and Mr. _ant__,_,. _Mrs..___' _Rrnest.__n__ flreene_____n '
Driver, will return from a visit NEWS'NOTESFrQitiipreeeedlntr : H with the sports report. The movement in the water. This 'daughter-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend at Ft
: ro Greensboro, N. C. this flstt'Mnda kooled It a little year Jack the Ripper has become Bill Fisher, and son Billy Stewart, Ga. with Mr. and Vote for and Elect

weekend. this week. In fact they completely very popular and effective who have recently moved to Mrs. Eugene Waldron and

2 GOLF NEWS [ Pago ; quit biting from our It is a top water bait U.6 Lake City from Laurel, Md. family.
4 The 'Keystone Oolf Club has : .dock. The only time Father which can be retrieved at Weekend visitors of the Fish- Calvin and Eugene McClel-
been the scene of quite a few Plans were completed-.-"-:.I or and t.: tried the Bass, we many Ifferent! depths. They -BAPTIST ers were Mrs. Ruth Powell I Ian of Rutherfordton, N. C. RAY BRADLEYSupervisor

,princ; activities. The Ladles the next luncheon which..w1l1 didn't have a strike. He and are made out of plastic and First Baptist Church Rev and daughters, Debbie and:! spent the weekend with Mr

Club Championship was,won be a cookout at Larson 'Poll, }' .Bill Few, Keystone went deep- come in different colors. The Lawrence Carroll pa&tor. Sun. Cindy, of Orlando. and Mrs. Dewey McClellan.
I >' Odell] Kennies with Vonclle' on May 9.ESTER't. '=-'-." 'sea fishing out from May- Thin-Finn has also become lay School, 9:45: a. m. Worship Miss Mary Lou Gnann andMrs. Sandee Youngblood, Joan '
Ketch, runner-up. Mrs. Ketch STAR .1.: ;i''. .1 poand caught 5' including; popular] because of its effec- Services 11 a. m. anc Chester Searle were shop- Hlnson, and:!, Toni Stone became of Elections)
,MJI also medalist winner Memorial Services werS'neid I-ggcrfish. Red Snapper. and tiveness this year. This plug Is 7:30: p. m. Training Union ping In Gainesville last Thurs- members of the National]

: p -t t flight was won by Lucille In Jones Memorial Chapeljon! Grouper, so we had a delicious a diver which returns to the 3:30: p. m. Nursery open fo day evening. Junior Honor Society at the May
I Startle, with Fran Chesslngton April 26 for Mts. Elvw Scott;, fish] supper. top very slow. Jack fish also all services. Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and Middle Elementary School on Democratic Primary, 7

,runner-up. Second flight] winS who died on April 23. Officers: Shipman's Camp [West like! this plug as well as bass -CATHOLICSt. Percy III were Saturday night Monday.Mr. FOR HONEST AND DEPENDABLE SERVICITO
nei Zc'e' Toes]] with JAn La- of the Keystone Chapter <:Qn-' shore Santa Fel] reported a Specs have often been caughton guests of her sister and broth- and Mrs. R. A. Brannenof CLAY COUNTYpd.
: Cfjstv; runner-up. Third fligh luctld.: the ceremony, and mon fairly good week Those from the Thin-Finn by weighting William's Church-Sun- er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bedford Lake and Mrs. T.

S ,,,iei I Lois Walker] and Pegg"Wwidv f the chapter servea ::jus pallbearers Gainesville were: Mr. and It and troll.ng with it. Beside day Muss Mass. 9 a. m Wednesday I FuJghum, in Palatka. While F. Brown attended the Bran- ( pol.] adv., ) 'n' ,
.
U 'e runner-up.: Fourth at the funeral on Mrs., Roy Baldwin, 32 Specs. : the Thin-Finn, the Ra- and Novena, 7 p. m.COMMUZ'JITy the grown-ups attended the nen reunion at Lake Butleron

: 1)1) .hi winner Fran Turknett. prll 3.1? : Lewi* Roland 8 nice Bass: : ,ala, Retina Rebel, and similar I'I CHURCH wedding of a frlen, in Palat- Sunday, April 21.
A oicrnament( for the junlo The next chapter meeting Pete"Joiner and Mike Crawley plugs are effective weighted Sunday School, 9:40: a. m ka, young Percy III' visited Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burk-

: members was held. Edwin Bake ill be held on May Tat ,8 40 Specs; and Mr. and Mrs In trolling when the fish Nursery Morning.; 'at Worship 11 a..mI. his grandparents. Mr. and hart and family of Perrine

I > won low gross. First lov .TI'\ Andy Lucas, 25 Specs. Those move. out to deeper water I. only] 11'o'clock service Mrs. Percy Sullivan, Saturday were recent visitors of :Mr.: To All Clay County Voters
't\l"\\'Ol"\VQn'\ \ by Artr ForJvce: \DV.rvnrTrtmrRMi's. fishing from Jacksonville, which will be happening soon "\lIt'r. nnv. Leon P Mllner, evening.A and Mrs. Lynn Hall and Mr. ,

Bret Cole and Marshall Gallop] Barry Wyman director were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peters -I The Jitter Bug, Hula popper. ( Reminder sill Mrs. Bonnie Hugh Craw-

r- ,lr Aed-tor second low net .f th4t-Community\ .Church 30 Shellcrackers; and Lucky Thirteen and other Sunday, Mav 12, Mother's ford.Mr. Cast your ballot for the man who car
Third; low net was won b: Dally Vacation Bible School Henry Owen and John Strong noise-making plugs are effec- -fePISCOlAlSt. Day, will be Homecoming at and Mrs. R. O. Copelandof .
i Bobby Hayes, Jr. Low net fo1 I Juna.10-14. would like for vol- 45 Specs Mr. and... Mrs. Preston tive in night fishing. The Anne's Cnurc Morning Hope Baptist Church. More Valdosta, Oa. were visitingMr. best serve you !
the "under 8 yrs. old"] wa inteers to contact her"at 473- Gresham of Ocala] caught 35 Mad-Dad which Is a fairly Prayer and Sermon, 1st, 3rc:. details on this next week This and Mrs. Lynn Hall last
I won by Clay Cola; Winners o I \J56." flhli ; Art Parry'man of High new plug. has a scoop on the and 4th Sunday, 9:30: a. m early announcement is to give week. '*" EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED '*" CAPABLI
I the tournament for girls] werr Springs 'had 27 Specs: and front and a large fin on the Holy Eucharist and sermon. you time to drop a line to Recent visitors of the J. G.

Deborah Hawes,' 'low gross- "Ayi.ESS HIGHWAY Z Billy Conners and Steve Qrlffls back which combined really]] 2nd Sunday, 9:30: a.. m. [Nursery out-of-town relatives! and' Adkins weie Mrs. Irma Adkins
Angela Aiken. first low not "APTIS'CllURCII caught 15 Bass. :makes a racket has been. effective open for all services-] friends who are Hone Church I of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. I am not only ready to continue to serve you

: and tied for low.n.et.Waa<< \ Clnd' Sunday School 10 a. m.; Griffin's Lodge I lEast Shore in night fishing in Dally offices of Morning and members. Remind them of Eaton Sapp of New River. RH your County Commissioner, but am QUALIFIED

a Turknett and.I. i'TJ&Hu'ZiJiJwirka' !: vlornlns Worship service 11 Santa Fe] also reported a good Newnans Lake andother Evening Prayer, 8 a. m. and B Homecoming and urge themto Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Priesterof to serve you. I am honest honorable and

S ST. ANNE'Si.MjewS: ';;'TS; ,. '. m.. Training Union.\ 6:30 week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert lakes. It would take a truly p. in. Rev William I. Jones be there to help make this Winter Haven, Mrs. Alta dedicated to Clay County. ,Always Interested In the

: Eleven] women' fri>rt03t;. An m.: Evening Worship, 7:30: Opet of Gainesville caught 17 enormous book to list the Vicar. one of the blenest and best of Adkins, and Mrs. Maurice betterment and welfare of Clay County. Always

: ne's attended..qt' DJstrlc' I, ,. m. large Shellcrackers off the many, many ways to fish the LUTHERAN all Homecoming Days, Mercer of Miami were visiting! willing to cooperate) with all County, City and
Three Meetlrf "fn beds. H. A. Hollbrook. Alan many, many different kinds of Mr and Mrs. J. O. Adklns
I Wednesday. Stajke, las Prayer Meotlnn. Wed., 7:3f: (> and Roy Griffin caught 14 oo, water plugs, so all that I Divine Worship, 11 a. m ,.yyyyymvvvvvvvvyvHAMPTON-1 last week. State Officials.. My record both as ypur\ (County
The VeneyablcS "I. m.: G. A. Meeting Wee.. Sunday. Holy] Communion Commlmtioner and
Fred Yerkes schooling Bass in two hours can say Is get one and try it 2na aa a Clay County citizen la
,
Archdeacon wa'ceebl'anllo ':30 Choir RehearsalVed. Sunday. )\olli-\ .. of '
: p. m: that will discover Services held eacn ppllintlonfor clean. One I can justly be proud of.
shiners I'm
sure you
S ] of thiHOrfCoU.munlon. ] ( Saturday evening on Tn* l>til
., 7:30 Erother.ood
: p. m.; Sunday at St. Anne's
S Rev. EW Jiiv'hulye] \ meeting last Mondayn muddiggers, and artlflcla1 man) of the ways which are Church. Richard Episcopal ;- Your vote and support an May '7th will be
could effective.So Meyer, t 1 1FOREVERYPURPOSE 1
.
S asistant Hector 11'1: lioly TrIoS each month. Rev. David get baits]. Alvin[anything Dunning they of Jacksonville until next: week this Is minister.THERESSA. By Mrs. Mary William I GLASS. greatly appreciated. _..
S Gainesville poke t() the \ledelros. pa-tor. -;-- --- I
S froup n fWhrfixB tfame a caught 12 Bass Sat- vour rolling fisherman saying ...yyyyyTYYYYw.. .. ....__. "'''''''''''''A AAA' AAAAA 4A*AI ,
a ''t "Mhilstryihd l 'Jt'OANPTIST Mr. and Happy Plugging. I
fH'e-I'1'Jame CIIURCHRUOOKER urday and Sunday;

S. Hardison, rector of the Churcl Mrs. Paul Broome of Bass Jacksonville In- :MRS Mrs.ZELL Zell Collins INKS Inks of At- Mirrors L H. "Lanny" LancasterCounty
S 15
of the Holy Comforter. Talla- caught
Sunday School. 10 lantic Beach former resident -
a. m a
Irving and FOR EVERY PURPOSE
: haiec.'i 1 ipolt$ oH"C6mniunit two days. George INDIAN BEACH
: Morning Worship 11 a. m Green and partyof By Dorothy Mills of Hampton, died 'April
S InvoLvemeot Rev. Emory
Holy ComforVeV as "experienced'church.TJnited.T bj 'raining Union, 6:30: p. m Jacksonville had a fish fry Phone 4734518pwvvvv.yvyvvvvyyvvvyv 27. Funeral services were heldon SHEA'SGLASS Commissioner Dist. 5
:venlng Service, :30.: Rev. Tuesday at 2:39: in ,the ,
SS Griffin's and
fljk) .,ftffer4ng willS Lacy Conway pastor. Friday night at ] .
_ _ _ _ fished Saturday morning./ I From Preceedng Page Oak Harbor Baptist Church CO. "STRENGTH AND PROGRESS
I ,. with Interment In Mayport
;; "1M A1 1"I' They caught 22 mixed fish lUng Mr and Mrs. David Rape Hop Baptist Church Cemetel'Y.Survivors. 372.4315 372-4351 THROUGH EFFORT AND KNOWLEDGE'
with their Bass averaging IVj last Monday. Tuesday. Mrs. C. Sunday School], 10 a. m.; ,it
4th Place
include her husband 1 1313 I N.W. ,
: Re-elect ... "; '. to 3 pounds. W. Barker, Sr .of Waycross Morning Worship, 11 am.; GaiiMtvilta (pd. pol. adv.)
Robert O. Inks two i
;
Sllm's Flsh-'n -Stuff reports Ga, was visiting them. Thurs- Training Union, 6:30: p. m.; Dllbon
: .in' daughters Mrs. Gail
only one large bass being day. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Gor- Evening Worship, 7:15: p. m. I
and Mrs. Bobble Jean Hicks'one :
brought In. T. C. Williams nto of Gainesville were guests Wednesday evening Prayer II I
t ;.. :; THOMAS!\ J. caught a 9 Ib 14 or. black] and on Saturday Luther Rouse Service, 7:30: p. m., with choir sister, Mrs. Anna Gllley; I ,.. i VIt's
; ... four brothers. James, Theron, Time
.. .--. ? \ Bass in Hillcrest Lake f Old and Johnny Brown of Way- practice following the service. \ For .
Luther and Wallace and five
,Eielj Pond] on a purple] worm cross Ga. were visiting.Mrs. Revival ; .bLk .
,Me with a red tall. Buddy Alexander of The revival] which began at grandchildren.NEW:! ., !? '*. fjf .-
Besides plastic worms the Floral City has been the guestof Hope Church April) 29 will ARRIVALSMr. ,.
I Rrv E"R S bass are being caught on Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revels] continue for four more nights. and Mrs. Jerry Wads- SOUND
worth announce the birth of
plus. Diving plugs such as for a few days. This evening [Thursday, May I ,

... ... .._..n.. the Retina, which is similar to Mr. and:! Mrs. X. M. Smithof 21 Rev. Edward Harley, First son 26, at Gordon the Bradford Lucian, on County April I
the Rapala] are proving to be Starke Mrs. Cheshire and Baptist Church of Lawtey, will
effective in Lake Santa Fe. son of Pompano and Keith bring the message. Rev. Sam Hospital.Mr. .
Over the past couple of years Cheshlrt and wife of Gainesville Stewart, Buford Grove Baptist and Mrs. Eugene Wal-! H :
: COUNTY JUDGE the Rapala] and similar plugs were weekend guests of Church of Milliard, will be the dron Michael announce the birth of a PROGRESSIVE
son, Eugene, on April
effective thanany' speaker
have been more Mrs. H. T. Smith. Friday and Saturday I I
19, in Ft. Stewart Oa. Mrs.
1.w' /, ,
r ; other In Santa Fe. In Or- Mrs. Louise Strandberg and evenings, and on Sunday the I
r Waldron is the former Mary
p ,. :: .,;: 'k 1:11: THE ange Lake bass can usually be daughter were guests from morning and evening speaker Alice] Parker.Mr. I
", ) ,\ caught on surface plugs with Thursday, to Sunday of Mrs. will be Rev. Chet Wampler. I
\1' w,' su,. spinners such as Dying Flut- Jo Strandberg. Charles arrived Gateway Baptist Church of and Mrs. F. T. Rowellannounce ] GOVERNMENTVote

t QUALIFIED! ter, Devil Horse and Tiny Saturday afternoon for the Jacksonville .If you have not the birth of a son:'
CANDIDATE on April 26 at the Bradford
Torpedo. I personally enjoy test of the weekend. Sunday yet enjoyed attendance at
fishing with top water baits they all attended a surprise these services, make plans to County Hospital. j'
CHURCH NEWS
for many reasons. One Is, that birthday' dinner for Mrs. attend at least one of the four
I ,.' 'I". ': you have a much better Strandberg's sister-in-law] remaining. 7:30: p. m. Is the More than 40 young people for tile candidate who will represent ALL of the peoplein

L .1 : '.. "( ....r. I *. EXPERIENCED chance of hooking your fish Mrs. Virgie Hale In Lake But- time. You'll receive a blessing and adults from the Hampton

tI( ." ;.. because you have so many ler. Seventy-five people helped from the speaking, singing, Baptist Church enjoyed an' Clay County.
: 1\.1'1:0"! h'3 '*" FAIR hooks. and you set the hook Mrs. Hale celebrate her 70th and good fellowship.Community outing on Saturday afternoon'at I

: 1 '*" Immediately. I think perhapsthe birthday. House Santa Comer's Fe. After Beach swimming on Lake,! Vote for PROGRESS in the }May Primaries
IMPARTIAL main that I like
top
reason Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smithof Recreation period '
begins at the
: .!Jov aVVir"TO I water plugs, is the excitement Vero Beach visited Mr. and 7 p. m. each Monday group enjoyed hamburgers '
at the and
all
'I : :) V ,' /pd. pol. adv.) I of seeing the bass striking the Mrs. Hilliard a few days last Theressa Community the trimmings. HOMER
I '\\It\rx.! I bait, The Devils Horse has become week. Mrs. Smith Is Mrs Hil- and community House Adults who accompaniedthe NEWELL I I'
in residents of young people were Edith
: .; i..r,I a quite popular bait llard's sister. While they were 'all axes are Invited
,i.'I f... I small lakes and ponds, be- here, they enjoyed Cedar Key cipate. to parti Kennan Loraine Youngblood
I and Yankee town. PersonalsMr. Jane Keys, Shirley Hamel, and DEMOCRATIC: CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CO\BnSSIONER-Dist.: 1
I Garv Weber celebrated his Pat and Larry Youngblood. I

I I OLIN .S. HOWARD, JR. 17th birthday Thursday, and spenf. the and weekend Mrs. E. in S. Tampa Sibley Six ladles of the Baptist ,I (Pol. Adv. paid for by HOMER NEWELL)
went to Jacksonville to visit where Church attended the WMU:
Candidate for relatives and spend the week- they attended on' !Saturday the evening leadership course taught atl!
end. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Poland wedding of the North Central Baptist''
their
i niece, Lynell Moore, at Church in Gainesville '
County Commissioner and daughter Cindy and Temple on Mon '
)[r.and Mrs. John O'Lay were Heights Baptist day. Those attending: wel'e'
I Church.Mr. .
I District No.' 3 visiting the James Robbins. and Mrs. Barbara Hill Pat Youngblood] Vote for and Elect
.
Jack and Louise Miller and Cleveland Shirley Hamel Edith Kennan.! .
I ., Clay County, Florida children spent the weekend In Sullivan visited her brother, Lila Dyal and Jo Anne Hicks.

I Jacksonville: visiting Mrs. ..Arthur.. Bennett, and family in The Hampton Baptist;
': ; James Smith Linda and James -
i ; :
Jr. Chuck McGowan of I Kelvin A.OLIVER
Dear Fellow Clay Countian? .
Jacksonville
. was visiting with '
I : : ,".. the Millers. Mac McGowan, Your .

S Our great heritage Chuck's father is in the hospital I
as Americans carries with it the solemn I.
responsibility I for a few weeks, having .
I I of governing ourselves by electing the public officials to represent i some trouble with his heart. Vote and Support

I us. This May 7, 1968 is the Democratic Primary when we will I Leonard, Linda and Tammy

have a chance to elect, among others,.a county commissioner from '(r"iSvfearingen I parents Fred were and Vera visiting Swear-his Is Appreciated "..

I District 3.Your. Lngen on Sunday.
:Mrs. Frank Lagrasse who
I'ha's been in
the hospital in
4 i government is big business and is serious business. As a I Gainesville will be staying 4 YOURCounty .

t ... local, successful businessman, I feel qualified to be your representative with her parents Mr. and Mrs. ,
Owen Bryant for a few days.11
: on the county commission. I have lived in Clay County for 34 years Mr. Lagrasse and daughters I

Ii and am married to a local girl and we have 2 children in the public I had dinner with the Bryants

schools. Sunday
_. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Holbrook WILLIAMS JudgeCLAY
'"
I : : spent the weekend with their
,. f Time will not permit me {(ojiilc to you personally, but my program daughter and family, Mr. and

I to give business-lrke) Mrs. Roy Griffin.
you government includes 1)) increased
cooperation -
: Well, that Is the end of the CANDIDATE COUNTY .
: between all local governing bodies, 2)) continued support of news, and I have to get back FOR

1 the.4-JJ Clubs, County Agent and home/.aemonstration projects, 3)) active next to my week homework.let me remind So, until you STATE SENATOR

t control l'of all air and water 'pollution in J tuy'County' and 4)) constant that the lake Is bearable to ]District 13 Clay, Flagler Marion & Putnam Counties Democratic

p atfentiori to more efficient use'of our1adolljjs.Your cool swim at in times.even And tlio It now is,a here's little BUSINESSMAN I Primary, May 5

Citrus Cattle 1930-1962 MIning I
: vote and support of my candidacy will be a vote for businesslike Leeon.LEEON'S CORRNER MATURE LEADERSHIP

government. : with integrity:: WlrS--/: ; "The Drought" Give A
'. Community Church Education
I .. ..;: The wind outside Is blowing. Young Man
Sincerely, The clouds are flying by. PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE I

The reason we have no rain. Tax Structur. Natural ...ources
Olin S. Howard Jr. I really 'tion't know why ,
IMPARTIAL "
Everything Is dying REPRESENTATION A Chance!
For the lack of water. Hard Work Hontt I
; (pd. pol. adv.>
: We had a few drops t'other Knows Problems from Experience; pd. pol adv.)

day mji. .. A J.. by J. H. "II..." W.I I.....
But it wasn't worth a quarter.I __ 1



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I r .!!!!JRSDAY. MAY g. UflB BRADFORD COUNTY TEl EGUAPH. BT.<\RKE. FLORIDA Section' Three Page Three

.
-' 'I Services Held daughter Mrs. H. P. Henderson esville. Masonic rites were conducted Interact Elects president; Matthew Tackhnm, Iootl.e! fur of Tnv\ppll..I.lend I

of Macon. Ga.; a son, at the graveside by secretary; Gary Hamilton "... 11M.III. H'..,, I
For Mr New Officers treasurer and Pete Fancher, NOTIOH 13 JIEHEBY GIVi N,
McMillan ; + Elect
;
Aubrey B. McMillan Jr., of Gainesville Masonic Lodge Mo. I lint 11 Ir. furl' Hamtofl. 6 .
In GainesvilleAubrey Gainesville; two ,brothers, 41. sorgcant-at-arms. the holder of the followingeirtlflciitos .
: Bruce Haddock was elected linn tried. Meld. l oortlflmtcM
Julian McMillan of Valdosta.Ga. I i itiVNw
dual to he Inmieil '
president, and Billy Belote for H tAX
B. McMillan .. and;! L. D. McMillan, Recent Births thiTonii The certificatenilniliorii
Sr.. 63. BHS
Musical ComedyTo vice president of the of ImmnneeHi ,
and
EaHI L.
of Starke died Saturday night' Brookfield Oa.; and six grand chapter of Interact at a mt.e.tIIIA' .,-I I *" ilpm-rlptUm' genre of roporlyomit
Be PresentedAt Bradford County Hospital : : In. whir It wasIIHHPHMIM
in Alachua General! Hospital. children. held at the school Tues .HIP mimes Jones
i A native of Macon Oa.. hew Funeral services were held Bradford High day. Other officers will be announces the following c"\lrlt..la! art" nn. follown Ni>. .14: :

a former resident of at 2:30: p. m. Monday in ,the I elected at a later meeting. births' : Yeiir of lumiam-w. Ilu10foaeriptlun 15 GO >
; Gainesville and was employed WilliamsThomas Chapel In Incumbent' officers and Interact Mr. and Mrs Jerry Johnson of' lut I.I\; Wk of 111 property Luwt.ty K atNumo I HI .
as park manager for Baldwin Gainesville with Rev. Miles Bradford High School will advisor Cal Adams at- Wadsworth, Hampton n son nit. 4 1
;, aNPNNPd Sumut'l :
; Chevrolet Co. in Starke. He Paterson and Rev W. A. Hogan present the musical comedy, tended the Rotary Club meeting Gordon Lucian April 20. 1 .oorltMt" In which. II I II
was a member of the First officiating. Burial was in "WU.;! at." in the BHS audi- Wednesday and gave a report Mr. and Mrs. Furnle True- All I :of .hl. prvipnrteing' :; ; :l In ( I M11
; :Saptlst Church. Hlllcrest Memorial Park under torium Thursday Friday and on recent chapter activi luck Rowell Jr., Hampton a of I the Klorltlu.ttnli'HK County, of llrnilford. State I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.

.Surviving are his widow, the direction of Wllliams- Saturday May 18-17-18.' at 8 ties. The chapter now has 47 son, Garrett Samuel April 25. sash." cortlflrnt rmloemiMl. or certlflfiite a<"- / H
Hhall h.
1. MM.\ Kathleen McMillan: a Thom Funeral Home. Gain p. m. members, Adams said and 18 Mr. and Mrs. Loro:' Oriffis, runtime* to law> the propertyUvHcrllxMl
Under the direction of Rich- attended, the recent state convention Starke a son, Leroy Leonard, In Biich corlirii'ate. orrfrtlflinten I.
Mold to the
ho
ard Jockel Kathy Frees plays In1' Pcnuncola. April 27. highest bidder will At the. ronrt housedoor .CARlTIIN District Four Clay County
-- the title role supported by Officers attending the meet on the first Monday In ,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald EdwinRogers .
1088!> '
i JOE Month of .lane. 5'ch
e t; : .j Paul McLeod. Karen Pats ing were: David Penoyer president Starke, a son, David the, Sril"" day of June OPeLlooted : =
I Ii ,7 Richard Williams, and a cast ; J. Roy Chasteen'', vice Franklin April 27. thin Iflth day of April.1P0 .
of over 40 players. The plot Former State Trooper with Five Years-
-TfARLUS( '! A. PARRY, -
Involves a woman who breaks i I II fl>rk of cm-Hit court of Service in Keystone Heights area.
I into a Midwest oil town at nrnilford County Florldii
i the turn of a century and.I 1-2 41 n-23 1 He pledges Honest, Impartial Administration
L 'Marcy ttL''I without a nickel to her name REVIVALBoatdrain 1
i i talks her way into ownershipof of Justice For All.

an oil well.Tickets i i STARKE KEYSTONEHEIGHTS'

I'' will be $1 for everyone -
: and will go on sale in YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON MAY 7

4 I PROPOSES the BHS finance office soon. Baptist ChurchMAY BUSINESS! I WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
; I' iI They may be purchased:! from I
Mrs. Lois Bennett.

: ,I Mr. Jockel will be assisted 5 THRU MAY 12 DIRECTORY pd., pol. adv.)
in the
production by Hank DIRECTORY
I Greene, Charles Hall Char-
8:00: P.M. EACH EVENING
[ ,j 1. To mark and name all County roads and lotte Greene Mona Canova 4UTO SERVICE
Blllie Roszman Genie Loper, I
I 1 number houses. This is necessary to Civil and Marilyn Roberts. BEAUTY SHOP

; j : Defense and rising emergencies.! REVIVAL SPEAKERS Gilbert S. Brown KEYSTONEBEAUTY

'I
EZERASE TYPEWRITER
I i Standard Oil Service Station
; 1 2. The Government Food Commodity Program PAPER, IVIimeo Paper, Bond Mon.-Tues. Rev. Glen Lawhon ATLAS SHOPEdith k

to be started in Clay County, to assist the Paper Notebook Fillers. TIRES & BATTERIES Johnson Owner 'etF
poor and needy families. Bradford County Telegraph. i Wed.-Thurs. Rev. Merle Packham I Budget Terms-Road Service Personal) &: Creative Hair Styl-

Fri.-Sat. Rev. J. O. McLeod Phone 964-7071 ing Every Form of Beauty
407 N. Temple starlit"HURST'S Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5: closed
3. That the Doctors .
Inlet Water and Air Pollution I
I
l problem be brought to bear to work
I Music and NURSERY I
: within the existing Law Statute 403, 1 September Special Singing

( 1967, under Florida Air and Water Each Night SHELL O.C. Carnes Nursery i iIIwy.

Service Station 100 Floruhome 6B92165Nursery :
Pollution Control Commission. Our good
''I Nursery Available At Each ServiceREV. stock Thousand
neighbors NEED HELP NOW! 0 nt Plants &: Fruit TreM to
Gas Oils Lubrication
Ooutlyear- Tires..-. & Battterlea choose from Shade Trees., Evergreens I Drive in and Bank :
: 4. Clay County Rest Home for our Senior Citizens ROAD SERVICE: &: Landscape Plants In .
VIRGIL LOVETT PASTOR
containers.
to be built in conjunction with 801 and 100 Stnrko I
: Clay
.
Camellias & Azaleas
: \With and Ease!
Memorial Hospital. Lift Us( Do Your Landscaping I Speed

1 ... .,. .. ... IfTCETI I
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5. Warning devices to be installed on all railroad I rH--H OARS

i. crossings to prevent further killings of Save time and trouble by taking
Hanks Used Cars
our citizens. OIl ...j advantage of our drive-in banking
BIG CASH DISCOUNT

I ,6. A Planning Board be appointed to study the TERMSBUY .1 service. Just drive in, and let our
SELL TRADE
-
: cost and location of a County Government Service ADhlln:I Sfate ulshadRecordof22YeroPibllc'Representative" ,Dade County Rt. 1 Box 90 I friendly, courteous tellers serve you
School Board Ditde County Commissioner' Flwy. 100 B Miles. 8. Stark
Complex, to house a new Court }House, Jail, City t ol: Miami\ Director ol: Public Welfare. I quickly and efficiently. Try it soon.
.
Fire Station and Library. SAt Chairman of Florida House Local Go,, I CONCRETE: PRODUCTSINSIST
ernmont Committee during 1967 session
; Yarborough guided:: some: 1,500 local bills .. I You'll be glad you did.
to help counties and doles "

e Past, Miami President Klwanls of Orange Club,Bowl Florida Committee High' ..___!l.S.....S.EN'......... ... "rbJt.....H."..''' ''::.'''','''''''''' ,...... CONCRETE THAT PRODUCTS ALL YOUR
Vote May 7 -- ELECT School Commissioners Coaches Ann.Asm.and Florida County ARE TUB: BEST FROM KEYSTONE STATE BANK

e Born'In Chester,C..Graduated Cfem-
son University itlended University of' \. Edward's Building Member F.D.I.C Keystone Height, FU.
Florida..Married to'former Louise Bland- '

P JOE MARCY( at Ingot Miami:Bednw..0untandinefootball{HUM, School;Ion 10'years.1 coach r e, : "The overriding issue= in Supply, Inc. Tour Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
I'
.
Decisions of'the Public Service Commie.can y r "
etbooK.alien Lat Florida's Yarborough's'future experience and your pock.and "' this contest for the 726 8. Male8724844GAINESVILLE. Community.

leadership work for you.A' FLA.
office of United States .
i ::
t ,: County Commissioner, Dist. 5 i

I Clay County I A' r Senator is leadership:'



!r .jo, "Keep Smiling"Pol. ; : i'I ," BE SURE TUESDAY'S TO VOTEIN I i A Changing World



I t i ( Adv. Paid for by Joe Marcy) I ELECTION RIMARY


!
I Not many years ago, the first arettes, this is fine; Personally, I
: 1 i \ I automatic transmission was intro- don't care for automatic trans-
Re-elect ;t
I d, I duced. People were reluctant to accept mission. Everyone has his likes

1 II I this invention; they said any- and dislikes, and certainly this is

I one too lazy to shift gears ought our privilege.I .

S. D. SAUNDERSSeeking not to be driving an automobile. want to serve you THE PEO-

; I II I Power steering was' criticized be- PLE OF CLAY COUNTY, in a
said the driver could
i I cause people spirit of cooperation. There is
s "t Cltilons Paid(for for Collins by I not feel the road, and the car much yet to be desired. Our riversare

Re-election as Supervisor of Elections of I II II "I George T. Vane, Treoauror. would not perform as it should. I still being polluted with raw
I sir remember when it was said
,I a ).,0.: I can sewage and our creeks are beIng
.
Clay County, subject to the Democratic Primary I_ that anyone who smoked a filter contaminated with industrial

I l cigarette was a "sissy". waste.Ve.re still repairing and

of May 7, 1968. I building wooden bridges. Theseare
These are just a few of the mill-
!! A YOUNG MAN ions of changes we have learnedto just a few of the things that
Saunders wan appointed Supervisor of aet accept and enjoy. Many of us require our immediate attention.I'm .
Election) by the Governor of Florida In
can remember when electricitywas not going to insult in-
November 1966. after the death of the Ready To Serve You your
a luxury only a few could thatI
by promising
telligence
you
. state '
late Mr\ L. E. Wilson. Saunders '
that he had A legal .understanding of the i afford., as one individual can changeall
duties of thin office from Legislative experience CHARLES E. of these things but I can prom-
w
I s.aying all of this to bring
14 am
7 f
but at the time of his appointment r< TODD J out.one important point: WE ise you if I am elected your coun-
very
commissioner I will all
1 he did not have a real understanding MUST BE WILLING TO ACCEPT ty use
the influence that I have to encourage
: of the Internal procedures of the AND ADJUST OURSELVES TO
office. After holding three Legislative these much needed im
THE WORLD OF TODAY.As .
election In early 1067. and aflnlHtlng. In provements. I shall represent all

the School Trustee MUlaga\ election also I look around. I see modern of the people of Clay County

In 1997. between Ort.; 1. 1967 and Jan. 81, For County Commissioner : highways in place o( the dirt roadsI equally. I will be just as concernedwith

1988 he gave Clay County the first 100 traveled over when I was a boy. the problems of those who

per cent purge of the Registration Roll DISTRICT FIVE;: CLAY COUNTYCnRI.ES I see concrete bridges replacing live in other districts as I would
.. as Florida State Law require He feels those which were made of wood with those of my own.

that he Is well qualified to do a good Job TOnI thinks. It'" time to give! the young people) a hancn, because they. and thousands of other conveniences I will be available to hear and

.; for the people of Clay (County as Super- lire the taxpayers: ..t tomorrow. that add up to a better way discuss any business which con-
of Elections. of life.
visor
Saunders served six years as (County Its. first and only owned County Hospital. CII.UU.KS: TODD thinks If,* time for the Commissioners. to "stand, on their. own cerns our county. Your suPPOrt.
Commla loner from District S, from 1942 Saunders huH had many requests from feet, devoting moro time. to the betterment. of the county. Please don't misunderstand me. during this campaign is greatly
: to 1948, at which time he was elected to the people of Clay County to "Heck the If you like to smoke unfiltered cig appreciated.
the Florida Legislature, serving there office of Representative again but says 'IIARI.KS; : TOnI fri-lt I hut the County' )Iiommissinners' "should, learn how to work

from 1948 to 196De was recognized he prefers to remain on his. ranch at lordlier( for the, benefit of all.

effective work for the Mldilleburg. and be the of VOTE MAY 7 FOR
his Supervisor
state-wide for
.
.
CHARLES TOnI I) feels that everything/: ftlioulil. tw done to encourage Industrial
and promotion of educes Elections for Clay County. Saunders .
advancement says
but that balanced the
development wn want u growth Unit won't liunugo
tion for the State of Florida. The DOlL that it I Is, his desire and determination to ..
natural advantages' we already enjoy.
Tom Bailey who was then State School provide Clay County with one of the

Superintendent, made the statement on beat Supervisor of Elections office in the CHARL.KS: TOni feel* that much. .if the tall: money that It now wanted could

several' occasions that Sam Saunders, In State of Florida. lie feels that he box better. l he spent In providing worthwhile iwthltli'M that Hill keep our young
ids opinion had done as much or more the ability to do Just this, and he solicit people orf the "ntrcetn., Ernest HatcherFOR

than any one man ]n the State for the your vote and support, for re-election.
advancement of education. Due to the excessive amount of work In CIIARMOS: TODD favor rompetitlte( p"r'ha'llng of county equipment on bid

Saunders was also' noted statewide for hit office during this. pre-election period forms. that everyone can understand. thus. Having ties talll"'ye.:| m n y.CHARLES .

his leadership In reorganizing the Florida It will be unposftlblfl. for him to see each .
TODD believe In open. public meeting, and doettn't approve of playingpolitico
of which he was. and voter In the county before the
Prison system every .
State with the people' money or public job.*. COUNTY COMMISSIONER
chairman of this. committee at that time. First Primary. Therefore, he asks that

He has been praised throughout Clay yon;; accept this message. / as n .personal jrilARLKS: TODD IH young aggressive/ dedicated. to the betterment of the countyIn

County for Introducing and passing legislation visit and his earnest appeal for your vote which he expects to continue to live and rear ,his family.
that provided Clay County with and support on May 7.
(Pol. Adv. paid for by Ernest Hatcher)
Your Vote And Support Will Be Highly Appreciated

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Section! Three __ Page Tout,

t'n'hof .' 'x..IIn... ff.lltper ., .,nut. .up-hair, 1 pre" I InMlimit', llon of IIIII..h..nuOh year of the your. lff( ',l to 1DR9( (I, Bradford rire\iud., Ui..wanlColnmljlii. manner an reiiulu'd by Chapter
I' iiil-titmuallv. nit March, I flmlSuiilfinliiT ?" h..hnlr ,lf I hO.. H.>,ll',1| nf """""' Hliillmctiitx. on Miii'li .I "f .,, }> I ( I'uyuhlt'.. I'"III. 1"I..rhIlL. ''n lhx.. denunlInullau both Inclusive, : a Inure. complete. Dade Il/.1vni' irfiininlo. 7"' 1 riorldu Statute.
lndhI111111 HllnHIII. '
WILL ) of rimliasI .ollnly.1 'tinVIHIB, 11171 III 19x0 coenl1lm IIIRhltutda: :: HUlHhoioiiKh\ : ,: ., InHHII |1111-11': : AMI HKIlKltlCD: at
,, I i of each yom and' Instruction! s. ...._...nnuu1111' III11.' I a rid of either 11,0110 "1lnn I FIRST MKKTINO: ': iiiiiini( 'Inif Kerlnllv In nnniial 'In- ,. ,11.1. ,'I' I 1110. .11.11.11/1111,111. 'I i ir clvo. MJoi'I UIM ..,,IllHInHtiuctlon Uc"cnmlii'i,.' i l' 't t m. h veer,,, und 1 $ utt'h' .I'LI..d' lime. 1 I. I!Iii". ,, I In I the. iiHtltl.m' herein (I Illver Lean ManatuiiriuiHe. Tail It.IlaHNI'e. Kloilda' tlilH 24th
Tho first meeting of Htiillnii'iiiH mi M......'.Ii. l ir each either ti.dliillatucl Sr..II.II',' .'II'h.. ,. $1,3nun11u.... ; ....( .I"Mbhl.. 'lKMII.il rlr, and mill.,tiring crue i l MHllllllllllllH ,In lumaul I In- h"II"IoN'" Int..1. HI a. rate. 11P, end' I Ihr.', ..\hll.HK' alii' '' livcl 'uor'' 'i.l I'titiiam 'I'lnelliiM andSt day .r. Am'II,'WalkerJudge llillRAV. '
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.. Mai ill I IorcHl I.. IOIIN HtlllK: >lI I full nod l I..,. ,i.l t. l.u.I., H'll.llllll. the first Ulllli. May
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.A tht I "II'h nut vxce/allnR I' i
III" ill rata
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Y"'II'' "'7I ,, iiniuci .r i 1'111011. un .
will bo held In tho Lex .. "" 1DN0' '"th Ht "bite ill' I' It. H not I'll' i hnir lOr 1111' ,; ,. ; : ::, .' ol said nuns'pnp'Iii of the Cllilllt" Court
1 1II'h".1\' : u .' (',,'"'1)'. of. UK I r'TI:' t" I11a9 bothIueluMlyt' nhnlr I Ii lq rpnl not .ppr mmlun' ii 1 rI'l 11'111'111 i IhitUleltr.t'II < 1"11 1 I Inn In .n "
nag r11n1, .and.. nor half 'pr I Icunluin of i3l9iwhtl'hl" vc'iciK JI'u ,, '" .I 1 I' bI' 1 Hulled.I Innot leas' than (of the M.Mi.nri Flldlcliil Clr-
building on Court $80.000( (| suit! .. 1 ..I..n "follh..r '. |. | pnyuldi H""I.u nnntlll'U u "''" It II I III" ((111 I'i I .
H'rlaM, II. (III ll Issued Hihiml. HiiiidH per' nniiui' miMill.Honiliimiiiallv \ ( ouch, IHIIII.UIIII' HI..ii.. MI""I ISHI huul, Houde 1 111111 IIrl, ""Hilt'" I I "I I ..11... I'I' '',1IInd I H. ,, IlllY'UD "''II''. HIM. I 1\\1>,\\' (13(1)( ) cbiyn l prim to tilt i ult of Florida, In and for
8 ( I'ur r..Htm .
at or
Wednesday May : Illll .. MIIK. rh l all'Boptenlhl'r '> $1.000 fur IhiIi Lean. Cuuntv
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n set
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IHKu.,1 for anilII..ICICI .all"llIH..IIIII.Ii III .1111111.u ''I'| 1 Illlllllicll. 41,10\ Iter.dllsbhve
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n leliHlf or Uu liiaihiK in- Ic'H u. t.i >h /
\ Baird .
of Hiil.ll h .t' .1 Intl i> I ,,11'10',1 niii. l I. ItnL.' . .. ... ,, .... und 1 S-2 :It r-10
relatives and I I lit ''n. of thins'
m. for IIIM("lIeU..n nf |iay. Countv: .,. ..K Mt'I I ItllU I I 'I", ..I"IH, II .III ,.... ur, ""l1t, o nu: I 11,11 h..h"lf..t 'III' of Public InMlnl1l11"lIt." on .111111' I 11l I o I 'Ili'" r III! IIIIIK' II / In forirt.
alcoholics. plthc-r"'l"i' '"l"' d"1'lni"l"n' ( "I,
I : ( of' 1,3,11119 pu'lt
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lilted Ulaic-H I 19115' |heu.rifM; |Interest -
at a i rate! or mi, H ,HIM'
Carl Hurst stands for four and nne-half inixiiPdliiK -
,
I I'ntum |par iiniiiim payable'rontl
esty and Integrity. i -n nnuxlly IMI slurrh'' I will!
Sfpti'mlim, 1 df "imii' M.( 11'I' ("III'1
'uiiititilnw' ,,wrliillv!
In
1\011. of. .\itll| | .<'....... on March. JIMIIHlnllimMlH I' i.I'11111'n''I'.J'I j
roe 'I nx liwclfcrr. "f the VHUIM. 1'iji! i", HIM.. bull," ; L FOOD
1111.111.I e'.s.No'rLClt I ImlitxlMfi'iiMMin. .' ; ,
: is u..jii.in : : :;:; NIMH-' 1011'1',1J"I",I / ,, R
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Hun M II It < tv 1 (11" I IsKUMII. i iii I. /I''"'
the holcU-i" of the I" ;. l.p""lr..r. Ihr, Ito ,un1| l'IIhl"" y' tF _
urtlfltntnii has, tll",1 cull ( Inolrurtlun'. .. ,,f :II a"'"t..nl" ____
cutm fur u. tux deed, l" ''I' Hilt. In I ho di n"un, 'till" ''II "
sued tin'rnriti" 'I'tin ,It ,.llh."I' fl.lIlI.1 l ,.?,. $).?.", Ih'h
numbers ami yeiim nttliu I deacrlpllint cit the III'' I 'I"ii'pt I ,ill., ti rut,. ,1' i Ilu/i / not.
and. 'the nu.mou.lii. wll""" n pxni>"dlnn r"ui'LII". "", -I.i l, pt j;; ,; I
UHHOSgtirt. HI'HUB follllWH, ; lentuin' pip iiniiiim l'.lyn'Ilr i. '. \
Tlfl-
CVrllll.nto No. i "n nml-iiiiiiiialiv on inn, ,.,. i 1111,1, ] e "j" *
Year. of AHHimncm' 1 "ll.iriMllh., I 1 ,Ir i /I'h, | v u, .I nil' F 4 J ;
r>eicc.rli>lloii of I'uipi'ilv, nintiiiliiit serially' III, uiinii'! 1, 2. a of !ilk 7 Cuiiutlli. : KlnUiiiriitH on lane I ...I' .. ..'i
Name In which Haiteimc.il .f tin \'. ore IU7I ,ii,, I''<. i I.. .th P i At

Big All ha tn.of .Bald prniipitv" In llliluhh$7.000'' OOH; ') Sun M. i h..1,., ] II, 'hill"> ; 1
the County) of Ii1'ildlnrIi' Merles. I I. |I" (br. |I.suwl| ,nil, _
of Klnrldu n Iwhiir,,' of the' 11",1 ,..r i puin!
Unless Burn iei,'llflc' 'nic-' liiHtrurtli.n of Hr, Mini, i f', ""nt' 1 d 1. / 1 I 1
ti tic te. hall. be .. ..".. h"P.rlda I In thu d'notidlrl" \ "ll'Ii, ,,' 1 1
cording to law the IH 1 "I tin i r $1 lino) or ar..IIII'' -a. h
desert bed in mien eta. \ \ 'lau'd'limp I I. fins. hew. Ini'''' 'hi
certificate will Licold tnieat" lit a "nu., IM .11'i IIexreedlnf "
highest/ .. I Milder,.. at tin court 1 /' four anil, ,'II.-, lull i I p'"i
door on the flint ) "iitum ii-r aiiiiinn. lilt'alit I
Month of June. I 19115 \' l ml-iinillmllv" c.ii inn. i hind R to /'t.'
tho :.trd day of Jinn DeiemhiM 1 ,,r ,'n.| 'h \m, undniatMrlnw 1 i t't'j j 1 1 1R )
)iud thin 16th .1)1) .y or( HCM,'Imlv |In imniinl. In- t '
1HII8 l'ILYllhl"I .MtallnifntH, on .111 lip I .>f <>.ii<.h + r .
CHAHLIS '\. 1>.\Itln' r "," veers ll1il In. 1'isii' both .
Clerk of Circuit .'.. Ini'luHlvn. ; / .
Bradford, County $4.000.0(10( Mt atc- Si, hoiI. Bonrtu '
&-2 4t B-2S Belles" .I. to I h. Imued for. and. -
on behalf of the Hoard of Public \ ?
i
IV COIfSTl' JI'IM.K'S Tnatriictlon of iirnnKc (I'ounty Bakery ; .
I> AM KOK III!,tl rinrlili' In 'tin. dcni.nilniitlon. nf
t'ovx'rY.; KI.OIIIO\ either $1000 rr $1.ooo each .
dated .lime i | { In-
In re: Estate of 1. 1111N hearing :
VICTOR s. .: : tereBt at .a nit' m, rate:. not Y''
MEAT
et
deceased.o1'ICh. exi'i'odlnir' four iind ..n.hlltf per "
:\ 1'0 (..III., lien tullt PHI" iiniiiim piiyahl' ", U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK :
All creditor of the Honil-anniiallv on June, 1 hind
Victor S. l'ampnnetla, d.. neietnher 1 iifluh v''in'' and. 1 talc ENGLISH

are file hereby any notified datum. and or mntitilnir. Hiilnllv on .l,him In, innunl 1 ,if path InntBllincnta USDA '

to which they may.. have' of I the V.-HIB, li)71) Ill" I D SO l.oth R COAST 5ri2.11 cF' 29I
eald estate In the off lie Inclusive| : CHOICE U ,.

tya FloridaTelnf, Bradford' $100,00)) IoItILl1' Si'honl 'HondHInHtrm PRKB 'EXTRA ,_ : . . 6 s
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the tlon if' SI l.ui i Ii i tinty, -
at Starka Florida. Florida. In the'I :nomination':; ;;: I,: if These MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS : .
: FOOD FAIR ICED CINNAMON
calendar months from Series J. to he Inmii-d foi inI m R two. ..'Ir. toll.l.Wga....NNMp :;

of notlie the. first Much publication claim .IIO of|( Public,'ai'h, quality shields 4 8 Ilfl/Ia ..'' : :$E" SIICID HOI DOG OR e : ,
must he In wrltlntt and cliitod MuVi 1. lids. lii>nrln !' In- I are oil you LS MAMIUADlR : B U' N $ 29
state the place or ". erect at, a rate "01 ratoi not Has !S.ulniit St. Stnrke. Tin. .... : .._.. :
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know 6's
pout office addreiM of the \ exceeding four and ,onr-half por I need to ,.. { ... ... ., .. .. .. .
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ant and must he sworn l ountuni. per annum payable. M/C1S/ GOOD JHUMDtt THIIIIIni Arb'DA'. MAY ; about beef. s. DI .
the claimant.. hiM' nnont Hunil annually on Mnn''h' I and. __ '
amiinatiirlnif I .>A outMWi IIGHrS RrsuvrDmr .S 11- -
attorney, ni It will Septomhui' 1 of each vein lIIiII'IJ'r; tr,: '4.sfi: -- J .
l la errlxliv In annual Installments .
to W.
according < .- ; m .il.1'J--::: .
April 2lt. \1UH1MARIO on Mai. i h 1 nf 'nrhthe IAA : '
CA MPANI:I.T. nf viarn I'i7l\! I t. PlH'l! '!'. both CHOKE .
Administrator of the : Inc liiHixe, : SAVE 40* LEAN FRESH SAVE IK LB.U.S. \ 'I

of Victor S. (;' ) $1.751 000 Stun. Si,'h..ill UnmixHel BEEF POT ROAST........,..... u 68 '. ;: L J : r \ LARGE STALK
derpacrdThmmna leH K. to he iNHiiid for cud \'Ie sh
Ac rlerue on. behalf of the Hoard of Public. G II I E It IF I-ff-e; l.1u 1 : '. : i CRISP PASCAL
Attorneys Instruction, of 1 Duval County 0 SAVI ,IK u U.S. CHOICE CENTER CUT S'
P. o Uiawer 1030 1.'i"rid, In the clonomlnatlon of. :
Starko Florida. c-lthei,l' $1,000 or $').ooo f ni'h. BEEF RIB ROAST..1888 I I :
&-2 4t 6-21: ,dated' June I. HK1K,, hoatlnir, In- $ a:199
-_.- terent at a late ill't rates. not 5 : CEL' ERY'
1100,000 Stale School\ exceedliifr. four and out-half per LBS IfJ SAVf IK U .U.S. CHOKE I II
Series O. toli" issued. .'entiini per annum pa)'uI bit' ROAST..u68 TENDER YOUNGCARDINAL :
on .behalf. of the Hoard of Meml-annually on .lunc 1 .and j CAI.IFORNDA
Instruction of Columlila: ( l lleicinbei" I 1 of path, your trodnuuurlug
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8..rlallIn unnual In-
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Florida In the
either 1,000 or 15000 BttallinentB on lum J of ai'h SLICED SAVE 51.00.HOHIYJUCKH ,411 t'
dated March 1 1. 1 19U. of the yearn l')7l to I riii'i.!. !oth I $1.99 PO LE ,
Interest' at a rate 1 I TURKEY !.AST..s'u.
exceeding; four' and ;.rn: I Inrluxivp$771d00, Slut!' I.,' !'I'.I' rti,.ndnSitrlea : IAO I 2/29c
.
centum per annum AT. ,u., b<. /IHSII+'d! fo' andI SAVE 104.AZAIIA HONET-NUI

( :: PORK SAUSAGE ............LBPKG 49 BEANS i

LB PKS
iJlY snus 2"" L8 BOX CRISP FRESH ICEBURC

JACKSONVILLE SAVE 10J t : sR.7ILillE UBE! STIUUcS..51.79: : ..
ili } i LETTUCE..HEAD19
AZALEA ALL 7'i:>,7 i

I SAVI 101< IB.MIID, .
FRA "1,3 wedges 69 19 CRISP CELLO WRAPPED
Business Directory \. i DABS CHEESE ilia :

: SAW! 40<. HASH f ROIIM -SHtll ON : CARROTS LO 12 .
I2nr-"i: ., c : 69 LB ........ PKG 'tfiliJ :-
SAVE lit 3 (fD : ViHIVE SHRIMP.................. LB lAG :
Auto Sales & ServiceLANDROVER MOTORCYCLES


HONDA \.

The .World's Finest! In I7

4 Wheel Dives 4 MONTESA 4I' I

Sold and Serviced by MOTORS & JCYCLKS; CO. I
Roberts' Chevrolet
See Honda's Hot 350!
Green Cove Springs, 30S3
Jacksonville 2ftt-0OO( / 4949 islanding; Blvd L-WI+L \ __

Phone 771-8241 I r'
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Parrish MotorsSALES MOTORS\ A CYCLES 1
1049 Bliinclinir Blvil. 771-8241
I t I 1 I i 1 1 //1

MUSIC I t
SERVICE:
dARTS 1 ,} S 1 t e

Paulus Music Co. 1

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Always Good Used Cars Band & String Instruments
321 Laura St. I'll. 8:> -l'iBM I Gibson) Guitars & Amplifiers 1 J
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BEAUTY ACADEMY' School Supplies--Instruction
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Roberts Recorders

American Music Llbrary-Exp..rt.
Repair Department
Hairstyling 41 W. Monroe\ 355-8117:

Academy PLUMBING SUPPLIES I fl '
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21 W. Monroe 855-9501: '$ h 1

CARTER'S 0. r __ S .


RiversideHairstyling Trading Post SAVE UP TO 40(5( 4 .,) "
H.itlirooim Sink4, Cabinets : tf' ill ,

Academy Soil Pipes, \\nler" Pipes DIXIE CHEF : Mxyvl111art;: d FYN SOFT

8639 Park St. 388-STi37!; ICnmmocles Lavatories \

Modern Styling "The Best for Less" & PAPER
PGRlt' 10// \
SAVE
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Qualified Instructors Top of IIIII Hwy 21 FOOD FAIR ALL VEGETABLE

Accredited VA ApprovedDay Mlilclli-lnirif ".It. 282-5108

ELECTRIC or Night MOTORS Claasps PIANOS : BEANS MAYOA SE TOWELS /:: COOKING OIL


For Munlral AdviceC. : IIMIT-1 1 eo

Peavy Brothers CARTER NICEChlckerlng I : WITH 5.00 GIANT ROLLS : i.Vegetable Oil II


'ld'Sel"V'lced.Repaired ELECTRIC Electric' MOTORS\ Co. d 1 E Tr I s t1 i }l 1 1607. 9 C :: (l.;!2 JAR 320 Atta ;:9 c: OR fOOO MORE 4/$1 i'lI. ;' 48ozBTL. 69 (

CAM ORDER ,,
Generators-Starters .....::, .ft.- u, : '.". -":- .

,,Armature Rewinding : and Other a ..
4044 Lno![ 387-2:>28 Name Brand Pianos r. Y\'LJ'iA' u1 .- ':aEIH1II: : '>T.'::;;: ""' ,<:- iit o1t _

KIMBALL "S\\'INGiR":

MATERNITY WEAR ORGANSICoowvilt I : LlMIT-1 COFFEl WITH 5.00 SAVE UP TOSOUTHERN 14 :
!I DIXIE CHEF 15'/20z' CANS
YOUR CHOICE
:Mall 388-8119 I OR MORE FOOD ORDER
V <<) i MADE
SEWING CENTER II I .


1f SEWING H &CENTERConsole N. I j I 1 TOOTH I COFFEE GRITS I SPAGHETTII:,I


fleLw. .
Model makes fancy designs PASTE :

"Jacksonville's" Most Complete stitches, monograms : MEAT BALLS

Shop for Mother-to-Ba overcasts sews on buttons I, ''t ox TUBE SAVE 3011* 4
make button holes & blind
JUDY'S 1 : ',:J FOLGER'SCOFFEE .
stitches. No attachments -

MATERNALANE Demonstrators $18 or $6 per I !: .... MEAL. :; WITH

1007 Park' St. 8.55-50115' mo. Call Jax 771-1850 | 31, (: : I LB CAN : CHILI
BEAOR D

MOTORCYCLES WESTERN STORE :
I 5 LB BAG i II

Triumph SAVE 2d<... EVERYDAY : LIMIT -6

JacksonvilleWAMAIIV or j LITTLE DUDE : AtKA- SEL'TI E R :: r'J'II,- ,.- 43c WITH
Western Store
: 5.00 ORMORE
fOF'F16a) 6/9'
TICIUMl'II I : 29 I IF

6cr( To 650ro: Western Clothing .rather 4" e 1 LB CAN
Sales Part Service : goods, Saddles and Trailers 25's i (: ORDER
Vmsd. 8lolorcycle.. la Stock Charles & Sharon Petty! ... i

4228 FhlUlM! lily U. S. I S.I I 901 S I. KilgeuoiHl 381-1210 I _

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]Kla. to on the midway
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. day 9 a. m. I a. m. and 7:30.: p. m.. Choir I asking call 064-6554 or drop organization 'provides rocre- appear '
Charlie Wllklson of Kingsley First Baptist Sunday)I practice 6:30:; p. m.. Prayed a card to Box 267. St I'ke. | ntlnTiiil facilities such as awlm- for the 1969 Fair.

LAWTEY Lake.. School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 111a. services Wednesday 7 p. m. 1 I NEWS And NOTESFor oX' Directors: To allow midway room In for,4869 an park- expanded

Mrs. W. F. Moore entertained I m. and 7:30: p. n< Training VlsiUnz!1 ; Mr. and Mrs H. C.

By Enza Blanchard on Sunday with: a family Uii'O'\ C:33: :> p. m. I Harley: cn Sunday were :Mr.l Today's Homemakers CiV/fons Take |(69 Dates Set lag fair of grounds mdbUe will homes be prohiMt on \the*
and :Mrs.: A. Smith and! children
Q
dinner In .observance of Mr. I A cHicken dinner was held : : Fair Assoc. decided.
ed!, the
AA.Aa .. a.AA i Maoie's b 1.thdayannlvel'Sary. at the First Baptist Church on 1 i Mrs. Willis Starling of Uy Martha Sue McCain\ New Members .For: County Fair Forty persons attended a
Those there to help: him celebrate [ F.idaevening.: The bountiful: Jacksonville' anj; Mrs. Oha.-len buffet at. the moo
Bennett L. Wllklson Sr. was were Mrs.\ Danny Thompson I meal and fellowship: was en- sworthv cf Whltehousp. an:1l;\ I County l 10 en.sion: The. rivitnn Club of Starkein.shilled I Building supper at the fair grounds

honored with a surprise family I of Jacksonville: Mr and : Joyed by mare:> than 50. This Mr. and Mrs Freeman Staring : -;,I Home Economics 1 one new member Dntes for the 1969 Bradford Monday night April 29 for an

dinner ol last his Sunday In celebration :Mrs. JV.. Thomas and sons; was sponsored by the Training! and three' srand3hldrcn! of I Agentbaft ChnrtPB lliotrman, director of County Festival" Fair have and :, evaluation meeting of the '1968
:
birthday
annlver- .
versary. Those participating' of Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. S. Jnion.Curch. I JaksDmille.Visltlns: I --- the i .'iirlent Work Study ProKiiim March: : 1922. Strn.wberr'I Fair .....'..
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In the D. Andrews of Wlliwood:! : and i : of God:! Sunday Mr. and Mrs.: B. L EOfiH IX MPOTLUHIT I able amount of liquid. Measure In the Bradford County ,1, ,
occasion besides Mrs. Mr. and and ) Wilklson Jr. and family this The month of :May mennn School and voted to In t.lklng'lhe( action Monday
Mrs Tom Casey School 10 a. m., Worship 11 ., | drippings; if necessary add System FIRST ASSEMBLY OP GOB
Wllklson
were Mr.' and Mrs. family a. m. and 6:30: j> m.. YPE,, week are Mrs. Wllklson's' aunt lets of eggs this veer Kgg: )production dier, to make :Desired amountof nci'cpt" applications for mem- nlgvht:: the Fair Association OF STARKBWist
Rodjer Edw; :r.rds .tr. njid Mrs. Mrs. ]Nellie Slullane. of Can- Is to be voted tr. renew a contract with
expected near from rrcstoiv
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayerservices 1 liquid. Heat. Combine flour ijorshlp Studntill Weldon St. and Xlai*
Ozzle Williams Mr. and :!..fl'S.Ed..ard Methodls' S'rndaySchool I IGra 1"1'1011),7:30: p. ia. )I ton. :Mess And :Mrs. Wilklson'sirenU : thQ record levels of a year| with small amount of cold (VMiei'-mannjrer: of Oadcock< As-,: i i'nr.>, ; 1>o
Rove: and children, e : I \; Mr. and Mrs. S. E ago and priers about the same.That'a ( water by stirring or shaking MRclntes: and Jim nradihaw.IWIII'IIf'l' will come before a legislnltve -mdar School: 10:00 a m;:;
9:43: a m. Worship, High'.rtnd!: Baptist Sunday: committee for re-cvalna-
.
Mr3.J '
anu Mr. ; owe's mother:> 'all ofl I 11 a. m.. FiajLiCircle: : Mon- School. 9:45: a. m.. Worship French of Jarkscnvil'e. why eggs aie foaturicd until smooth. Stir slowly into ol Town Finance. ( tlon )prior to the date of June 11:00: a m. Morning Worship;
11I 1 ;:cntiful foods this
r-vh anit.s.: Militant!! a3js'rrl. among r hot: llqulj. Cask: until thi-ken-I Tlio elute voted .to Adopt a' :30 IflfiO when It could con- 1:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 1:00:
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,' month. ,, | ed stirring occasionally.: : Season pisllio'i' : oC resisting tile four reivaGly, :! become a permanent ,t. m. Evangelistic Service .f;:
.... Dt". "n* M"s. Ot's Crt"'t"rn': Other. plentiful Include : to taste.JEU.'ES. per rent, memheffhlp/ dues tax. Wednesday;'. 'J:30"p.m: MldA -
!'If'o.- rr. Ohio! were vls't-! turhe.VV potatoes, mill and JAVS' I'RF.SRVES': rate Sales TuX: although a eek Prayer Meeting '
.he". nn''s'rr.ll1) such dairy products. a'i cheeso "Tnlei of CIvltnn" was of-
'n her b
o We have tetuwraiy" order Issued" Toy the Pastor: Lester F Richardson. -
ice butter and had\ 51: many calls f diillj!! )niloptw I ,! ns!: the. name
liv Mn''I! jfrs.\ :Vila:J inlLI: e-eirn+ cream rir rea *. II "IIl'Y fletieraL'rtilei civic t
ps1':!
would like
yulfl!rt. i torr0 r.i,r thiW tub: weekly bulletin. -
91iL"t1Vi! jj-'Tr: t'-p wek.O | b-l'etin! t. 11"11111< unit religious non- ''
," .. !:. 'i tC e -.nr".tJlV ,ll extPT! re' tT J.I| Although turkey took the a to you entltl-d ,1 Approximately> 40 names Car! Hunt's word Is W.
: "Jellis Jams And Prrseivc"! {p.-oflt (fioupdo not have tn wore considered' by >the Board:
fcatnrel 1 tpol dU'lnjApI'II.! ; ( bond hewill not renege on
n Clark one: o'her members
: mnsfo sfsi oi ttff" This bulletin Is free for the i ullr ,( .. unless their\ Fun Zones of Crystal River
$s as $?n t! of the family In the:: 1 ass nf his :supplies arc still large.< Tur-'.. ....., .ales tax i his word or promise.
oxti-n pleasure'' --- --
"vn"i<>r Mrs; Llssiu L. Clark, ',koyY can give:: ,I sr -
In Starke. to May men 13. Try ouoKlnfr one1'
of the smaller birds on your
1' Mrs. O. J. P'-imios and Din-
nv were overnight visUm's'Snturdl1V rotisserie
.' I *t Look for lots of potatoes. In
of Mr. and Mrs.
addition to heavy storage. -
supplies
Leslie PhUl'-s' in Jacksonville.Mr. r
,. shipments of the early 1 r kt
: and Mrs Albert Sappin- |
t..sprlnl1'01': from Florida are
f'pM' visited sir and Mrs. David
expected to peak this month.
:! Co'p In Jai'kaou.JHe' Friday
evpnlna. I Also nmrke'ting should' be ac-
tive In the late spring Producing -
Mrs R. F. Wilkinson: nnd I
-"" her mnthev vrrs Rbwell Praratt areas will bo i R 'u i -
I 'Milk production
were Sunday afternoon
aonsonul ) In
reaching Its / !peak
visitors of Mrs. Lester McCul- fin1 the plentiful -
May. accounting ,
&sj Ipl'h.fl'! phd: Mrs. Joe For- '
# yvth, Mrs.! Mangle Spirlcman, I supply '
3LPT hither itore-lbougpht or homemade -
n" "Ire, amt Mrs. Otis For- Ice cream la a rail treat I

w'h of nnmpton. for ovening-meal dosacit. i 2/ i17'e

Keep these plentiful foods In I

f mind when you do your May

food Khopplng.HI .
\I,>la: rout ('IIOPtiPork I
Let':; 'GoG3rrl1njnp is! plentiful so why not, '

la try lhl'sPJuklng/ directions I' { s, ,,, s. W. rfI
iiy trom U. S. Dopartmint: of

{ A'r'1'1111 t \ ul'e f.rort scientist! >

, ., Directions liir bruising/ ,pork
Chops:
; Harvey Sliarpe. Kdltor
Drown (meat slowly' on all
Klorhlu Agricultural Extension ;
sides in a small amount: of
8..r lrFleaj fat. Use a heavy pan. Season ,,

.1. meat. Add a small amount of

; liquid I about one-half cup I If
are llho fair-weather I tightly.! I s s4t
necessary Cover pan
Account tvZth friends, -- they congregatewhen / low heat or
Open a Savings usIf conditions are Ideal. Cook slowly over
In 350 degree oven until tender r t +7 .
a ,
So, If some of your second-
a "little voice" is saying you should be putting more away in a Savings rate friends look a bit flea .

Account listen. It makes good sense to build a bigger nest egg bitten look for flcaa. Directions for Making: CSravy:
1
thin draw, use
For a
for the good things in life. All it takes is a little willpower. And at our Or If large numbers of tableinnon oa-h of flour and
I thigh fleas are causing) Fldo l to Ret
( rates your nest really each of -
egg to <
grows behind with bill scratching the i 'ripr mils\[ : 'UP
uld! for a medium gravy! use
answer Is simple got another :
On vacation and business I' 1
trips carry dog. 2 tablespoons of flour and

....... or 2 tablespoons of drippings! !,
A.l.llnpr a dog bo the
< may
AMERICAN EXPRESS 'I 1: ... .,;;" ..::", .. :," ":) answer> for those who oppose as desired. If bouillon drippings cube are ora E-
scant add a
TRAVELERS ::1, 'liI\W\ : ., the use of chemicals around .
CHEQUES :; ., meat extract to. theliquid" '
.
little .. f""J
; .' .:"n. .....---. .....--. their home. But ..reVnomlber :" -- V
lens multiply faster than dogs. P w Wt!
i
T
Prompt refund it lost or stolen. Spendable/ everywhere Cost-only a penny a dollar.FLORIDA. I :Method >:
rid of tho dogs isn'tthe
Getting' : i Use this method with drippings -
Mixit folks who
n9wer.! and
containing only fat
pet: rid of their pets complain
bits. Measure
browned:! crusty
that fleas become numerous In
drippings.! / Stir' in flour: brown
the yard and even Invade the
over low heat. Add liquid slowly -
house. stlrrlnt constantly. Cook
With the pets gone, the flea until thickened, stirring occasionally -

find themsclVL'fl animals! on with which no domestic to-I :Method,2 season: to taste. One Senator for six counties

: .::":::B j !AfN.'Kt"\ :' 1 : rS: t? 1 rlt'KE( '_ ___ --, h: feed aggravate Therefore the ,homeowner.Due they begin. to I Use this containing method a with considerInside : drippings --

to the long dry :spell in I

April ticks are also showing

Member Federal] Deposit Insurance Corp. up In lawns of Rome homes.! l the house and lawn: area.I Doesn't make sense':"

Tin- !same treatment )will kill I A S percent mnlnthlnn dustIs
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group both fleas and ticks.. Tt'a a triple an effective flea killer on

approach, of treating pets, pets. For nn indoor fle-i-tlck ,
-- I control apply a rendy-picpnred"" | ,

household spray containing ,\...
-- mnlathlon or dlazlnon. .........-.. 'I..
A sprayer, a paint Tjnnh. or
n piinr.p-type' oil cnn Is excellent One man, one vote sounds fine but one Senator for 6 bounties doesn't

f cracks for anplvlnjj In the floors Insecticidesto e eI make sense. You and I both know that it would be best for each county to
1 *S)1) < #
*
osiveA around baseboards and In have its!! own Senator, but the court ordered re-apportionment;; ,..has made
I other dark protected places -
'ex n" sure to spray mats and) that imlll( +sjble.
furniture on which pets! sleep j "
For nn outdoor attack on

\ pets fasts, use a Jar spray at- I All the counties of the 7th ,District! need. to be represented and their
t tnrhment on' the garden] hone
I Chevrolets bonus '
special savings mlxturoi containing S' <- close to the
. Spray voices heard. In the interest of keeping ,your government as

: .now" adds more value to cars already giving you the most., vln kill\, both mnlathlon') fleas or and tllazlnon tleks< will I people as!! possible! and I as responsive: tin': the i people as possible I will

As fleas like dry, sandy nrens '
for hrer-ling, ha sure to spray I spend one day each month in your county courthouse.;. This will give us '

) under shed and the In house the ,sand under bed the where( tool i the opportunity to discuss anything you wish: to bring to the attention of t f 1

you park the l.ilopy.Ants YOUR Senator.

In riitnls ,
68 Even If :you, don't have nntsli '

I I, i. ,,. ,them voile elsewhere pnntrv you Including may have your Let me quickly add I will also be available at any other time to meet

expIu plants. with you. Only through person to person contact can governmental problems
Often theRe pests are on oran -

mentals guarding/ "slave" Insects affecting you be solved.
that are making honeydew -

for their captors.

aa Ants harbor eggs of snalf |r On May 7 you will have an opportunity to insure that your voice voice will
m "de:!:,...., Insects' mealy buns! whlteflles i -
nnhids and! lenfhoopcrH In | be heard in Tallahassee. If you feel as I do that it is time for strong,

their nest during'\ the winter |
V< /r.n8.r.nd.ltandGmJ.aneh, positive leadership for ALL the counties of the 7th District I stronglyurge
-.,, Li bP imwding Ho.., to ');e sure of a "pringnnd I Islimmer
of sweet ex- |
y ... ? creta. supply I and sincerely ask that you vote for Gob Saunders for State Senator. '

J > /Y Anti also Invade !lawns. BeI I
,
'- ski" their T>nlnf>i1 sting nnts

make unsightly: hills that flutter .

up /an otherwise perfect
lawn.
For outdoor control. John

!Straver' TCxtenslon entomo-

.. 1nrl.ts, suKsrei't, chlordane. l or 0.
aldrin In water-base! RT>rI1VII.
IMPAlA GUST M COUPE + ,' For attacking: an nnt, newt, trv BOB. SAUNDERS

two tablespoons of 00 per< cent I

L ehlordnne per gallon of water.
Pour the mixture Into the

nest opening. Then soak! the

ar ;l.with! water to wash theInWtlclde
,' down to the bottom

hiding place of tho queen ant.

Anyone can offer you just about :200-hp Turbo-Fire V8, Powerglideand 4. Now, for ,the First time ever big :O": plants at ly"i spray

anything with a fancy paint job, whitewalls. savings on power disc brakes and mlxtnie: of n toblfspoon of BO STATE SENATOR MAY 7TH
special .trim, a f few gadgets, and 2. Any Chevrolet or Chevelle with power steering when you buy any per cent wettable clilordTnepovder -- ;

call it a "sale.." But see what your 250-hp Turbo-Fire V8, Powerglida Chevrolet or Chevelle VS. In three gallons of .

Chevrolet dealer is comipg up with and whitewalls. 5. Buy any Chevrolet or Chevelle water. Do not apply this poll:

during his''68 Savings Explol 3. Any regular Chevrolet with 250- V8 2or 4-door hardtop-save on GM onto foliage"orVriiit that will

Check these Bonus Savings Plans. hp Turbo-Fira 'V8 Turbo Hydra vinyl lop electric clock, wheelcoversandappearancoguarditems. j be eafpn.

1. Any Chevrolet: or Chevelle with Malic: and whitewalls : _,,_ For in Indoor ppllcn ton use (pd. pot. adv.
I I II 3 per per rent dleldrin! In a nontalning I

deodorized kerosene



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3 PACE 8 BRADFORD' COUNTT' TBUEORJUni.. STARK t rLORIDA+ TlltTR'DAY,1\fAY! 3, 1968 ,

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': Bradford. County Teenagerswill Starke, r summer cover encouraging low income far Vote for a man who Is active
'Br dford6Farmers |
I RECREATION start at 8 p. m, and end Last! year's men's slow pitch Many, Aided Kstabliuhlns' 25 acres of mers and other producers ,who I In Civic Affairs-not just
NEW&$ j at mtdrltght* *)<'1' tourney was hosted by St. .' wildlife cover. I I had not been practicing conservation private parties. Vote Carl .
''G.RU; SOF'nlA.tL"TUESDAY"N'GHTS' By ACP&royrdrm In 1967 needed I
: Augustine with the Winning !. ,: U.ider the Agricultural Conservation -I to install I Hurst for Sheriff.
Garden Restaurant advanc- I
r: last their land.
Program year measures on
'RECREATION DEPARTMENT supervised- ,:!, acttvltles-1'o.-51 d.-i II A program of softball for ing to the district tournament The 1867 Agricultural Con- took part in the 1967 ACP, conservation measures on
RELOCATES OFFICE I 712. girls, ages 13 through high The women's sub-dis Bervatlop JBK>gjram"AiCP) aided establishing( conservation! county farms' represented a I CIRCUIT JUDGE HAL P.
The office of the Starke A schedule of activities and. school is being conducted each trict tournament was hostedby 144 farmer' hi Bradford measures on 50 million acres. total Investment of around ELECT
..Park & Recreation Depart- times will be anriounced"at':>t''#' $'deedsylr'hlgfitast' 7 p. m at Starke with Goodman's County in establishing- needed These measures protect resources I $32,000. ACP cost-sharing accounted -
.ment been relocated at the later date. 'u:'',t\\ :ttufiQ&The ., ,- .-the 1li'1..ttStreet.. : Ball Park. All Gulf winning ,the championship. soil, water, woodland'' and and help maintain the for about half this

old armory building on North telephone >number-.at) : ,girls<$,who.wish q play are In- wildlife' > conservation measures productive:- capacity of the I amount and farmers matchedthe
Temple Ave. The Pratt Street Fratt Street Center remains 'vft d'to 'attend.1BANTAM CONNER EDGES on 3.926 acres !Leaton Nation's. tarmfand.Important l 'public Investment with EJFiLEFLORIDA
Recreation Center will now be 984-6791. The Recreation Ute*": > BOYS BASEBALL BEGGS >N WOMEN'S Morgan, Jr. chairman. Agricultural practices carried their own resources. Since sim- ,
office : PRE-SEASON TOURNEYIn Stabilization and'Conservation -' bn }artlcJpatlng farms in the
utilised for supervised program partment phonetw II a.t TQ5QPKNMAY <4< ilar investments were made by
for elementary grade children North Temple is 9846792. The 1068 Bantam Boys the 1968 women's preseason County'Committee, county include: AOP and farmer i in, all of the
,and Senior Citizens activities. "SOUND UNLIMITED"Al rr'; ItMtbaUSeason, will open with softball tournament. has reported. IBmphasto tile i-'ErtaWlBhtng' 900 acres of Nation's agricultural counties -
The Pratt Street Center will FOR TEEN DANCfc.; VCS/,/ 4\.t....' 4Jlnogbie.deader:! Saturday,I Conner Insurance had> to go county was on establishing or permanent vegetative cover.: the people of America, In
,be open each afternoon. Mon- "The Sound Unlimited." a May 4, at :2 p. m. The opening into extra Inning to take the Improving ivegetailve cover. r Q'K; Treatment of farmland one year only benefited from;I
day through' Friday" from 3 to, dance band from Jacksonville, game will match Elks Lodge I chamnlonshlp with an 8-6 win Throughout the'nation, about with 1,308 tons of liming mate almost a half-billion dollars' ; I
3:30.: will provide music for this 1803 against -.lew entry Coca. over Beggs Gulf. a million farmers'.Ii'and. (ranchers ials, worth of ACP conservation SUPREME

The Recreation Center on week's teen dance to be heldat Cola. The 3:30: game will send The single elimination tour- EBtaWlalhlng a stand of work.
North Temple Ave., in addition the Starke Recreation Cen- last yeah:: '.:*. BiitfJt| Starke ney opened last Friday night "*'" { trees on 25 acres.Improving In announcing :national accomplishments COURT Democrat '
to housing the Recreation;i ter on North Temple Ave. P 1 t.- against with Conner( meeting Colonial vs Brooker, 7:30: *Noegel's'', vsTrlest 085 acres of under the 1967 Group 3 j
Department office, will provide [Old Armory]] '1.tie..ance for Sou ; nt. Bantam Florist. Colonial gave Connera 9 p. m. established. vegetative ACP, Secretary of Agriculture t "
',,.... '' cover.Establishing'
r.
IF' I COf -- ---- "Wi'M--..!..'., _Pntl__.,_..w. 'nA__- rough time of it before bow- Tuesday, May 7. West Side : Orville L. Freeman pointed out I larianna Native
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}t f artmerKYWitKlBh PuQua' Pal;ling 10( to 7 Colonial outhit Park NOegel'./",vs Garden winter 1803 acres of that emphasis was on assistingmore Justice in the courts..

STARKE NURSING H i 1 ivd BUI: Chambers: Conner 13-12 paced by Diane 7:30: ; Trlest vs Brooker. 9 p. cover family-type farmers in ,\OT!' Crime in the streets.
BDtaf4raudon and Cox who had a perfpc nightat m. Establishing 488 acres of under taking comprehensive POL ADV. .
PAID
l' :i'oca-Cola! the plate with four hits. In conservation practices and on ;
808 S. COLLEY ROAD SkSSlvSt i; \ .fjmitb? iUfB. E. Mc- the2nd game Beggs Gulf ,
55T15EK irii'P1scoun gained the finals as they roll
Phone 961VB220L ; StH.. lt, S if. ed in the final inning to win ,
:_ ',':W.tn play their It 14 to 13 over Kentucky
We have complete nursing service for i 1.. i4J-t.\im: >.Aft.?;KOndays anda Fried Chicken. Beggs outhit ;

all age*. .,-- ..<,t,;..:..,'.-".=-' .-.k';). l1\e.. dtaE aoh6dfiteP"on i$':": :" )... these double days Cookie Kentucky Mundoff 20 to and 12, paced Annette': by R'E''SURE TO VOTE :

.: '
fI. ad'
% 53ft: ; and T p. m. The season Kelly, each with four hits.
: We have R.N.'s and UPJVs on : '
!
win be
duty.., ., divided# into two halves In the consolation games,I
a lay. with the!winner of 1st half to which matched the two first! ... '
;1> play the Zn round losers Colonial and' 'r:
.'!'" ':! half winner. for .
8. We have our own X-ray and Is4reraber t, the ,over,alt '** championship. :Kentucky the florists showed -I !,Ii i.... 'r'
James Moncrief Is our full time Bosun ll:1; .The season is scheduled toend'rTuesday. ;, their strength by taking I ,
UolBn). "zg .';a"" ; July 2. Satur- Kentuckv' 15 to 4 in six inn-! .
-d.4. .-day's opener will be preceded Ines. Colonial rapped out 19,

.;... .,.., ;. :;;8rade 6f Bantam Boys hits, led by Barbara Masters,/ .:: c-r: :% ; -: v';
4. We are licensed for 55' beds by the State"HtHird" 1 '''itftftflni*'.t ', 12:30: ( p m. The who had n perfect night with[ ;\ ,An Open Letter To The Voters Of District 7
oarad03rtH 3 hits and an intentionalwalk.
begin
of Health License No. 2. ;M,\s 1"",, at the park-
.x..t.: :>. J.nlf'lot behind Dr. Barry's .. Barbara also hit a long)
modern I'1 -i:;'" office and go west on Call, homerun, as did teammate r' When you go to the polls, I think you will have a clear choice of who you want
8. We have a fireproof building with CeDoo'tral Street to Broadway and to the Diane Cox. to represent you for the next four years in the State Senate as the spokesman for i .
air-condltloml( +I "t_ t. Pratt Street Ball Park I The championship game our District 7. i

Schedule Monday May 6: played Saturday night between During this campaign, you have had a chance to see and hear from three candi-
e. We are vrithl :,tw Cola 8:30: Police Beggs<< Gulf provided the fans;'i
: Departmentvs
Hospital. ', One of the candidates is a line young man, Hob Saunders.' He lately has been
Elks lodge 7 with quite a ball
60aL: ''e( "AVIS ELECTED p m. Conner practically game.sewed up) |I quite active .in various civic endeavors, an d is showing signs of developing into a

1. We have a line .tAtf ef I'oitor> .ervin, the '4'' SIlO-DISTRICT the game by scoring 2 runs future civic and political leader.

Boma iPCl'r.s. ;:. SOFTBALL CHAIRMAN their first time at bat. Beggs Another of the candidates Senator Cross, is a man whose actions and philosophies -
t-.8: 4 At a meeting of the Northern scored once In the 2nd and I I can neither understand nor approve. As far as I am concerned he representsthe

Wi are V.A.'ap Sub- lstrlct H ASA Soft again In the 3rd to tie It up old professional politician with little or no concern for the interests of the peoplehe
; q l2 ball Association in Gainesville 2-3.: Conner eased back ]in I is supposed to be representing.As .

by' last Friday. Randall Davis was front with 2 more runs in the for myself, I have tried during the campaign to show clearly where I differ
9. Wo are approved the State Welfare Agency. elected to serve as 'Chairman 4th Innlni but Beggs tied It from Senator Cross
( and from Bob Saunders. I have brought out my own philosophies
of this group for 1988. again 4-4 in the bottom of j
His chief duties the 7th to set up the extra my own plan for action, my own Crusade for Morality Responsibility! and
10. We are approved under Medicare.\ as chair I Law and Order. Briefly let restate what I the issues
man will ascertain that all Inning. me m y feeliings on see as key ,,.
members ot the Northern Sub- In the top of the 8th, Con- of this campaign: '
11. We are large.enough. .,.give all mining services District-I'are) duly registeredwith ner utilized hits! and 2 walks I : '1. 'Education Instead of serving the special interests of the FEA leadership

that an jwJultmaj{ .need, but email enoughto the'ASA for, tournament to pick uo 4 runs. In the bottom I pledge to keep an open mind on school problems and to work for the benefit of all ,!
'a'tlXMfl"lititfdspbera I.competition" and'to provide of the 8th. BepTE-s scored interested parties in seeing that the school situation does not again get out ef hand. ..

'O'h\ ,' leadership In selection of the 2, but fell 2 short and droopedthe Realizing that teaching is an honorable profession demanding deep understanding ...

V U. Mr.\ J. II. Monrrlef' ,U,In charge of complete laboratory sub-district tournaments: in game to Conner 8-6. Beggs advocate long range planning open comm inications between Legislature and the
both fast' outhit former 16 to 9,
pitch and slow Paced
and No. pitch teAchers: themselves, fiscal planning to assure that the unfortunate incident of
x-ray:fwjlHtJen.: Laboratory 524. proper
by R. Halnes'
softball for women and men. 4 for 4. Carolyn i i
VI We Coftiply With-',ritJ.. 6, Civil Rights Law In the meeting last week attended Redding led Conner also with]I the. walkout' will never again be necessary. .
I ':! from Starke by Gene 4 for 4.The | 2. Taxes I believe in common sense taxation based on thorough study. I
WRITE advocate expanded tax base and that project state 20 to 10
CALL oil COME BY Rayburn and Davis, the men's! 1968 regular season an plans requirements
AND VISIT WITH US. 1963 Sub-I iatrlct .tournament schedule will open for the years, < Into the future rather than the patchwork: taxation approach from crisis to
,y was awarded to Starke., Women's League at West Side I crisis '' that has been the pattern of our present Legislative leaders.

Lawton B. Thomas;' Owner-Administrator II There is.a possibility that the! Park on Monday. May 6 I 3. Law and Order I know that I have proved by my past actions that I am
""* Mrs. Gertrude, Kauf m"n-r.-AS8t. AdministratorWE women's tournament will also'be BROOKER HANDS willing .to stand up and be counted on the side of Law and Order. I will continue: to
held here. GARDEN FIRST take such action in the State Senate to provide strong leadership in support of legislation
LEAGUE LOSS I
COMPLY, WJTH TITLE VI The Northern Sub-District advancing the cause of Law and 0 der. Those who deliberately flaunt the
.. In Men's Softball
Lf' I l r ''J V i Includes Lake City, Gainesville played at West Side games Park I law, those who openly advocate violence, those who use the dark of night to hurl their
J Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones Palatka Lake Butler. St.
fire-bombs of their creed be ceddled
..... Tuesday. April 23, Brooker regardless race or color must not by our po-
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lugustine; :Cross City, and pinned the 1st League loss on I litical leadership at the local level at the state level or at the national level. Only \
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.. the< uaraen ay an B- score.I strong support for Law and Order will keep us from anarchy.

1 / Brocker came from behind by Business, With my broad background in industry business and agriculture
scoring 4 big runs in the 4th I will consistently support any legislation that will strengthen existing business and

', ',I. ,. I inning to take a 5-3 lead I agriculture or will encourage new business and agriculture in our District or any-
'- I which they never relinquished .where In the state of Florida.
'rmrK'in. .., defensive '
A.bb. (\I) ,1'.1, key" to Brooker's plays victoryas wel'ethe 5. Responsibility I am appalled at the lack of responsibility and the borderline
,. .. Garden made serious morality evident today in our high political offices. For this reason, I launched my

,Happy Mothers uay ." threats In the final 2 InnJngs Crusade for responsibility in high office for J1 strong moral rode for men in positions

Dewey McKlnney probably ., ....+. nf public. trust.. 1 offer-my 'business, civic social and home life as examples of my

Fathers made the play of the game in integrity and morality.". ._ .,
Happy Day ., the final inning, building offa During this campaign. I have tried to make{tie Issu s"clearIO, !! (that you the ",
double play by rolling Don- voters could have a clear choice at the polls.) The fate of. our District for the next
Happy Wedding Day nie Falcon of a sure base hit four years is now in your hands.
and then firing to first to
Thank you for your many kindnesses to me during the campaign.
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double the
up runner.
Happy Graduation Day In the 2nd game Owen Joist I

had little trouble downing Sincerely,
Happy Anniversary Trlest 12-2. Owen poured out I

16 hits led by Wayne Mc- .'
,M Leod's 4 for 4 effort .' Gel Peel tED
Happy Birthday \ t, ,(.err. On Thursday night, April
' <'" WI! ., 25, fans were treated to two

1 ; Happv P+<" '- ,' ""' good Brooker games.and Noegel's had to traveledto rely on .......... ---- -- . -' .- ----_. -

,, .. the power of Claude Hardeein '.
e', .w. .... 't d< r' 1 6'110''r'EQ 9r the 7th inning to defeat
', }. "' SR their opponents 9 to 7. Noe-
J<: tels came up with 4 runs in I
l'' ..I'.i... 'f-. : the 3rd to take a 5-2 lead. PECK H.

'! 'l./-. .. "' ......,.... A41y"1 i,Aa dr np Brooker tied It In the 4th at
5-5. Noegel's went ahead 6 to ' I 5 but Brooker came back to '
,.. .. s' v' '
,1' .. .._, .I.< take a '-6 lead. This lead srbw y' =
\,, : prevailed until the 7th inning AID D FAMILY
when with one out and 2 runners t.;.: Ir I/; "
on base, Claude Hardee -:.-: ;i .
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;:'?'_ifP .
.{ hit one over the fence for the .. '
winning runs Brooker outhit '. ;: ... Ed. Peck's desire for better t .

\ Noeorels IH: '. ..---.-.w. .\ "--, ;'r -r % Y
In the other game played at Senate; representation for w'I

West Side Park, Garden edg- :r : .
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( ed Owen Joist 7-5. Garden : : : .r District 7 is tied to the '4
..- ... M was trailing 5-2 going Into ". .. ... '. i -. F
the 5th Inning but thanks to .j'
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..!' eight people shown with him
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( '" Donnie Falcon's homerun they ,
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.. .. ended the Inning with a 7-5 t
f .... .. ... ;. 1 The four
.i:1. lead, and that was the end of at right. generations ,
po uoix:: t;;;; .." the scoring for both teams. It' _.u- -,,," _:" : .

Electrical Gifts: (i' :t.V.t 00-" iOJA seems that In the games Play- .. '., -' include his wife's parents, '
'. :i;, tfc i-r: is' t J ed last week. including the ,
: women's game that the team I \he and his wife their
r
; :: I son,
have the power tq please with the most hits had the '
least runs, and this was the .::
I daughter son-in-law and their 1t
''i "+,*, 9V't .i.ir. : t case again as Owen Joist out- ... ,
\' Practical, preferred and appreciated: for lasting RtaasUFti: rf hit Garden 10-8 W. H. Johns .' :' {
A reminder of' 31 f : two' grandchildren all residents k
constant with
your.,. thoagrtlfutaasB/t. .... s-r was the top hitter :

(And there's's always plenty of low-cost Sunshine Sewce" :: ].elapjndty I or.<.10""ryn) them I) safeties.As the. result of the games I : :..::": :":: .>.o( Gainesville and District 7.

Pick up a free folder at your favorite store. It suggests g1tgfbf' played last week, the standingare J' -,. '
every occasion and vou can select sorriitningWWfarany i 'price.W i somewhat jumbled with ;
( ** *' { '' I JJ* ..1 f* 4ijSorrecnevcufaue Noegels and Garden sharing
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ELECT:
.K .... t" ID Jt"I first Brooker and Owen Joist "
: d -" f sl ". sharing 2nd place. This year's c.r.. ,,: ,

... ,. league is probably the most State
,:j THERE'S NO MATCff'fm1 Senate ED
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competitive in the history of
... FLAMELESStLECJWC : teeaspecaf. Qy -'DiaC \. A'lacft a: \ .. ., ,
...it's chellper;tool coming ippor\ the Starke Slow Pitch Softball. ; 1 :
J 'i. ;;; R' "litia Garden 41.Noegel's 1, nl'adf We.
.I ....., 4-1. Brooker 2-3, 6\ .. ,t'l- :.
eN ar A rs..a s ill" re.PAI/ Cl1atristt'L8fayette.
"...... .u... __.!':: -_ .. ._. Owen Joist 2-3. Trlest 0-4. .

Schedule< -. Thursday,. May' i and* ',,' *Levy a tt \ ."-v Counties.* j., v .... (pd. pol. adv.)
12, West Side ParkOwen Joist
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