Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1879 I


Easy Victories Legion Site Endorsed


Reps. Shaw, lyre Work Resumed "h

Win House SeatsGene

i ; On Courthouse

Shaw. Starke attorney, and Ralph (C. Tyre,
d 'Lake City businessman swept to easy victories over

2J& Republican opposition Tuesday to gain the District 16

E1< H1 5 and 17 House seats in the State Legislature. '. An order to resume

Shaw was actually reelected _______ ___ ____ \"} ,, ,, work on plans for Brad-

ito his first term after 949- 26. Clay 1.907-1,283 Columbia '11\:'!' .. ford's proposed million

running five races. He was 1,541-1.052, Nassau 1- "J .',,,1 ; dollar courthouse was Issued j
first elected to a two-year 388-756: and Union 416-07. '", -
------'- Wednesday morning

Strawberry Queen'! Veda<< Finn. Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle CVuuirr term have that last legislature November declared only to, counties Tyre won to win five the of 'the District six rt,$' a q after a unanimous vote of

(left), and State Comptroller F O. (Bud) IMckliwoit are picture! with prii Invalid, Tyre who has servedone 17 seat handily over his GOP r the County Commission

winning flat of Ur'u"ford County: strawberries..... term has advanced from opponent, Ralph Thomas of I r. following the voter's en-

112 to 17 In seniority In the Orange Park. Tyre lost Tho- st dorsement of the American

--- 2,000 FetedRuralUrban --- legislature In the past 27 mas' home county of Clay bya Legion site in Tuesday's
months sweeping have
narrow margin.
straw ballot.
been the changes il'the! make- Returns from 73 of 75 precincts -
up of that body. Shaw hay gave Tyre an unofficial Meeting In special session
actually served only 20 daysof total of 7,742 to 4,167 for at 9 a.m. Wednesday. Commissioner -
Day a special session but can Thomas. Tyre won heavy sup- Jerome Johns im-

be no lower than 79th in port in his home county Columbia mediately moved to proceed
seniority. with plans for building on
polling 2,149 votesto In contrast. to the two primaries the courthouse. courtroom
Aided 3 to 1 the Legion site. CommissionerBuck
by over sup 839 for Thomas.The Orange
port at home, Shaw led Re- Park attorney likewise won in. was sprinkled with upwtatorit. Tuesday night. Supervisor oflteglstration Norman gave the sec.

Opens County Fair publican Tom Rowand a Lake his home county with' 1,609to Jenevu Flynn wulkn. toward Commissioner. l XfMlrn. and and Commissioner Zedra

City educator In every ono 1. 07 for Tyre. Hamilton bark to camera.. with returns from the "wHImiry1ballot. Hamilton and Mrs Jessie
of the six counties In the Turnout at the polls Tues ." Chastain backed him up. .

16th district to pile up 7,744 day was around 2,500 about "Well If that's what the I'
Strawberry Pageant annually. votes to 3,881 for his GOP 43 per cent of Bradford's 5- GENERAL ELECTION VOTE HY PRECINCTS people want that's what they'll

Owen Alvarez was recog- running- mate. He carried 799 registered voters con- get" Hamilton had said Tuesday
I-' ; nized for his contribution to Baker 828-169. Bradford 1.- siderably better than the 35 BRADFORD COUNTY night' as precinct after

farming by S. 1. Peek for the per cent In the first primaryor precinct came In favoring the
Florida Banker's Association the 20 per cent for the Legion site over the present
and the local Soil Conservation Cross Wins second primary. 8HNATK IIOUSB IIOITHK COURT

tors under the pavilion been collected than In the District. Just 14 absentee votes were 7th IST. 10th I>lST. Uth 1 IST.. HOUSE one.The final tally showed 1-

strawberries In Bradford are previous year.. Exhibit winners announced counted Wednesday. morning 467 for the Legion site already -

three times as large as those In that light; Dickinson said Wednesday during the Rural- Senate PostJ. not nearly enough to effect purchased in 1966 by
In Plant City where' he Visited Urban Program by Manager the outcome of any race. i q the former majority of Dave
the Fair could be opened on .. !
recently but asked Agriculture Novak were: As In the general election .. Shuford Jerome Johns and
note of of Red
a "great optimism Emory ( ) Cross
Commissioner Doyle last November a large number former Commissioner
come Junior Education Division George
things to In. the future. Gainesville attorney and veteran t
Conner not to tell what he of registered Democrats Roberts. The site
Fair Manager Pete Novak 1)) Starke and Bradford FFA legislator, regained a present re-
said. The Rotarians whose crossed party lines to vote ceived total of
a 1,060-
Chapters a J23: cash prize. ,
presented Certificates of Appreciation Senate seat In Tuesday'sspecial
1 90 143 70 174 98 121) 206 46
800 pounds of fish caused Only 71 voters
a to Master of Ceremonies 2)) the Bradford County general election by Republican. Work on. plans for the
little concern when they ar- cash are registered Republican In 2' 24 1040 16 1U 30 80 146 28
Doyle-conner for his Schools a $15 prize defeating his Republican opponent sitewas stopped at the
rived an hour late yesterday "outstanding contributions" to and 3)) Bradford 4-H Club Martin LaGodna 10. Bradford but GOP Semnjte 3 30 80 20 84 340 73 89 23 first meeting in January

morning stretched the food the fair.' Similar certificates $10 cash prize. 276 to 3,796 in the new six- Candidate Martin. LaGodna 4 .36 84 24 98 89 79 92 39 however when Norman re-

for. all who came to be served. were presented' to the Rotary Adulit Education: 1)) State county 7th District. received 683 votes Rowand 6 i 86 213 14 230( 99 195 1S0: 1S7: placed Roberts and kept his
The ,, introduced 526 and Thomas 782, a sur-
comptroller '
Club for sponsoring the Rural- Prison 2) the Bradford Poul- Bradford County gave Crossover .6 21 ', 60 10 62 24 46 39 34 pledge to allow the peopleto
by Bradford's1 own [Continued On Page Pour .
Doyle Conner who acted as Urban day each year and to try Producers exhibit and 3) -2 to 1 support over' his- T T X73: ,_ -40 .77 17 6& 69 33 have their say.
.theClvltarv.Club for sponsoring Bradford County Public Health Republican opponent. Thevotehere -' 1' Johns sInce' January had ;
Master'of Ceremonies" for the 8 940 210 218 103 202 166 141
the North Florida (Continued On 5 iiie Four was 1,693 for Cross to moved six times to resume
Rural-Urban event. Conner
9 60 1M 39 193 63 147 137 94
686 for LaGodna. Sen. Slade work on the Legion site with
described George Huggins ex- -. ( -'.) Cross carried all seven of 10 156 M 47 65 69 49 73 n the new chairman Dave Shu-
ecutive vice-president< of the
Fair' Association> as "not onlyan the district's counties, with Wins Again I In 11 25 80 21 8& 27 79 67 153 ford giving up his Heat to
but the following count in the 12 3/S/ 66 SO' 11 42 158 61 68 second the 'motion. But the
expert on agriculture
the greatest orator in north A'M- other six: 5th DistrictSen. ISA 59 162 li1 'I1S 7S 141 16 155 new majority of Hamilton
Crow LiUlodna. Chastaln and Norman would
Flol'leja" after the county 13B 10 23 6 28 10 22 18 a
Alachua 6,468 2,378 not relent until after Tues-
r', A
agent spent several him.. minutesIn Dixie 763 229 Tom Slade of Duval 14 25' 80 23 84 26 80 63 451SA / day's "advisory ballot.

Introducing Gilchrist 303 101 County won re-election Tues- 16 62 lIS 64 19 51 2:1: 60 The Board Wednesday mornIng -

Conner said the Bradfordfair Lafayette 387 63 day In the new 5th Senatorial 1SB 9 39 5 46 12 37 19 33 Instructed: Clerk Charles

has developed into a Levy 681 340 district by defeating, his Demo- Absentee 3 11 0 14 1 13 0 0 Darby to telephone Architect
"really good ono" from Justa Cross has had 14 years''ex cratic opponent, Roger Wewt Frank George to resume work'
carnival a few years ago. penance In the State Legislature by a vole of '47,934 to 80807. TOTAL 686 1693 526 11049 183 1518' '' 1467 106O and to ask him to meet with
Dickinson said he was .w
most of that time as The district Is comprisedof the Board at its next regular
"proud to represent the cabi- Senator from Alachua 'County Duval Nassau St. Johns meeting next Wednesday,

net here in the rural straw- a r 4 a post he lost through Baker, and, Union Counties. April 5. The Board was also
berry and timber area of the hk 3 Draw SentencesIn
l reapportionment He was four Slade carried Duval Countyby Jail particularly concerned to see
state. W time selected by fell''w legis- a big majority to win, although that the architect or the
"1 used to say the governor lators for the Allen. Mar rte Democrat West was county provide a qualified

and the cabinet but nowI Award for effectiveness top man in the four smaller County Court FridayThree resident Inspector to oversee

feel a little more at home .' < counties. the of ''the new court-
I One rink: In 'hn 1 ? ? o.1\ building
with just 'the cabinet," the 1* 'Slade won a Senate seatIn house.
comptroller continued.He L_ he campaigned on stated hUol last November's general. Jail sentences were was not paid, the judge da-
>c> ,, .u> c.iai.M.I. "The (for the Inspector -
u any money
--' ( "
in Plea creed.
handed out Day -
election but was forced by proceedings
said the state's cabinet
Part of the mammoth crowd that enjoyed the annual. the present distribution form. ) would be well-spent
is "convervatlsm apportionment to run again. last Friday, March Hancock! said he had Just
and practicing economy" pointing out Starke notary Club'n, Kurul-L'rbun Day Finn. Fry, traditional ulu tax funds.nf .nice. track: and gnu He' la the son of Mr. and 24 as Judge T. A Yawn woundup Installed oversize tires on his if the" Norman county has said.to provide

It had cut $700 million from klrk-off to the Bradford {County: Fair. at noon ttedncmlay.trlct Mrs. T. )i. Slade of Starke. a heavy/ load of 168 cases car and his speedometer may one The straw ballot was un-
In County Court during have ben off but admitted
the proposed state budget be- official and was paid for by
fore adopting it last year. March. that he knew he was exceedingthe private funds.Although .

Florida Is operating In the After GOP Gains Tuesday Due to the flagrant natureof lawful limit. elte
--- --- the Legion
black he said, with all its the violation and: pursuantto Iron Davis Heilbronn
bills paid. He noted that neverin the policy,* of Bradford's Springs was sentenced to 45 was clearly favored even as

the history of the state County Court JucU3 Yawn days In the county Jail after early returns came in. Chair- '

has a Florida bond been puton Florida Declared Two-Party State sentenced David Curtis Han pleading guilty to voluntary precincts man Shuford's No. 1 two and Lawtey No.2.

the market that did not cock to a fine of $100 and 24 Intoxication. decided the Issue witha
sell. That can be said of hours in jail for traveling 90 A tenager 17-year-oid Carol combined total of 3)1 for
only four other states and no in the 48-seat Senate' Ing was Spessard L. Holland of Padgett. pleaded guilty; to
Florida emerged from Tues- sent solid Republican mph on U. S. 301 north 'the Legion site which Shiiford
other, southern state he aald. day's general election with delegations eight representatives last Tuesday and 39 In the Jr., TItusville lawyer and son Lawtey An additional 10 days possession of alcoholic bever- favored and 74 for the present
Dickinson also said that In the strongest two-party legis- and four senators 119-member Douse. more than of Florida's senior U. S. Sen- age by a minor but dispos- site.
the past 12 ,bonths $22 million would be Imposed if the finer ition was withheld until the
for the newly ever before and more than
lature in the South giving to Tallahassee (Continued On Pal;' Four)
more In sales tax bM Oov. Claqde Kirk its first reapportioned legislature. necessary to prevent Democrats cave against a co-defendant, a It was Shuford'srote that
Is disposed!! decided the Issue when a sit.
Republican Governorsince And new disaster fell on the from overriding any 20-year-old youth
Reconstruction Days veto con- Democrats in Orange County veto Oov. Kirk might placeon of. was being purchased last year.
'Don't Miss trol over the forthcoming which struck down four of legislation not to his Ilk. "I just had a date with him Johns and Roberts favoredthe
legislative session. the party's House members and we had some beer," the Crosby site on' South

Oov. Kirk was jubilant. In while the Republicans held on ing.Under Florida law a two- gill told Judge Yawn. The Temple Ave. while Hamilton '

Alice In spite of, his failure to unseat to one Senate seat there and thirds majority is requiredto judze repeatedly asked Carol's and Chasteen wanted the '.

Senate President Verle Pope won another leaving only one override a veto and the patents) why she was allowedto present site all along. Johns ,I
.WonderlandComedy and Speaker of the House Democrat la office. Democrats will fall well shortof leave home with a boy: they and Roberts finally swung
Ralph: Turlington. He pro- Several key Democratic! that capability in the face knew nothing about. their votes to Shuford's Legion .

Big I claimed that Florida "Is nowa leaders in 'both houses Ml, of a united Republican front. "I can't Impress upon you site and It was purchased
(. In recent Florida, has -know who for Just under $100,000. 4 4Both
Production two-party state" and said In the Republican onslaught. years too strongly you ,
It was a historic momentfor These Included Rep. S. C been moving steadily from a allow your children to go of Hamilton's" Brooker ,j

,Monday, April! 3 the nation. Smith and Sen. John McCarty solid Democratic strongholdInto with" the judge.eald. precincts. No. ISA and No. ,
8 PJVI. The voters Tuesday abandoned chairmen respectively of the a two-party state. The Another youth James Vernon '- 15B, went for the present i
century-old political powerful Appropriations Committees first storm warning flags flew Knight 19. was promised site by a total( of 93 to 41.
BUS Auditorium traditions as a swelling armyof In the House and Sen- for the Democrats last year a jail sentence by Judge' Yawn Tel'.1' ..1

Republican faithfuls and ate.Another when the COP sent 11 senators if he receives "one more conviction willegar. ,

Presented By Bradford vote switching Democrats victim was Sen. and 26 Representativesto even jay walking." for the present site, ''155-76: '.
High School Students went to the polls and swept Tom Whitaker of Tampa vet- Tallahassee. Knight already under proba- other ,thaa Hamilton's two \'

20 Republicans into the 48- ran lawmaker and chairmanof Although Kirk appeared tion in county court pleaded small ones. Big No. 5, at
Cast of 45 member Senate and 39 Into the all-powerful Senate: Jubilant over Tuesday's trend guilty to wilful and wanton Bradford High went for the '
the, 119-member .House. Rules Committee. He wall results still did not assure reckless driving. present site but by just two
Democrats suffered almost ready to run the show for him of gaining his biggest Deputy Sheriff Olen Moore votes 157-155: ; No. 12t. at the

total. casualties In the big the Democrats during the. upcoming immediate goal the draft- told the court Knight was S'arke Public Library, went .
This Space Contributed crucial session stalling Ing of a new state constitution driving recklessly by spinninghis for it 68- l.
elias. Tuesday but was in advance of the reg-
Weekly to Publicize tires and weaving from The commission first attempted
.._tie.. edby Republican neophyteJoe ular legislative session scheduled -- -
Community Events by side to side through the to secure race track *
In the Brevard Count-/ a..I1.. McClam, a 64-year-old to open Tuesday.The '$220 Flat Of Berries streets of Starke, although he revenue for the courthouse ';
The' Tampa 'attorney.According governor bad hoped to
CommunityState fast-growing: 'home of the was not speeding. Bond issue two years and a ,
to write into the new constitu- J
Cape Kennedy Missile Center one political Auctioneer. Phil Cronkhlte presents the flat of .strawberries "Why" Judge Yawn asked referendum was held In November -
Bank the Republican tion the authority to incur y
pundit gains
the four Democratic House to Judged the "best In the Bradford County Fair to ,C. L. Guilal. Knight."I 1968 when the voter
bonded Indebtedness
mean that Senate Democrats help t
Incumbents all went down to them In at 1320. don't know just cuttingthe endorsed the plan to build
Accounts now insured/! because of a sheer tack of finance some of his programs Jr. of VVInn-imif, left who bid
defeat, while Republicans held fool, I .'lIeaa," the youth, a new courthouse. Since then
up to $15,000 by manpower will( have to let without the need for new or Right from CiMlal1! J. C. Koon of Inn-Dixie and Tan
on to one Senate seat and answered. the site lias been an Issue a
Federal Deposit Insurance wreMed another from the the Republicans share i 11: legislative additional taxes. J.*nnaro, a Pompano Beach producer. In rear In Jot Capoceta controversy apparently ended
Corp. Democrats.The leadership. Among the unsuccessful of San Juan Puerto Rico and George Valljdrjula. All boughta "You've been here on sev- Tuesday's vote.
There will be 20 Republl- Democrats In Tuesday's vot- [Continued On Pate Four) by ..
I Broward. County dls- flat of giant Bradford brrrlen.


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"7'1.QI. THURSDAY.. MARCH 30. 1967
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Mr.\ and Mrs: Bob ,Rergu- tfr\!ind( Mrs Richard Brown Miss Bunky Soto Bridal Shower BPW Members I Executive Board

son have movti lMnikKlngW lixl daughter. Lori ot Gaines- For Miss Meet At Home The executive board of theSto.rke
Is ComplimentedAt
&IIC ley Lake to 333 N. St. Clair ville spent the weekend with Woman's Club will

9t Street Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham Two Parties: Edwards HomeMiss Of Mrs. Doyle meet Thursday. April 6, at
MJr. and Mrs. V. J. Spengler Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams I at me CIUD house
and family and Mrs. Emma of Largo were also Easter { MISII:: flunky Soto( brideelectof Elaine Colson prospective The Starke B t' W met 3:30: p.m.

Badman attended a family reunion luests of the Grahams. April IS, was complimentedwith bride of April 8, was: Thursday, March 23 at the "
GLADYS MOOTY at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green i two delightful. parties in complimented with a bridal home of Mildred Doyle with 1967!) Tag Sale

I'hone 961-7603 and :Mrs. R. L. Spengler on and daughters and Mi)*. W. O. iI I the petit week. shower last Thursday evening President Bea Klmmons: con- Set To Begin
Sunday at St. Augustine. Miss Dee Walters gave a the business session.
StrlngXelloxv weren: Oreen given by Mrs. Shi Smith, Mrs. ducting
Mrs. Bradford H. Locke and Cove Springs on Saturday vis- luncheon Saturday at her Resale Thomas, Mrs. J. M. Contributions were made to Saturday, Mar. 31
Joseph Kaye of Daytona Mr. and Mrs. William L. sons of JackBonvllle and Mr. iting Mr. and Mrs. Homer I home on N. Church Street Edwards Jr. and Mrs.! Robert the BPW Scholarship House
Beach and Mrs. Estelle Knowles Harrison of Waycross Oa. and and Mrs. Edwin B. Locke of Brown for Miss Soto. Edwards, at the hume of the at Florida State UniversityIn office will be open Saturday
of Gainesville have been admitted ;Mr and Mrs. Charles Meyers Swampscott, Maaa. were recent Mrs. Merrill Edwards and An arrangement of pink latter on, Butler Road Tallahassee and to theWonum's April 1, when; 188T' motor

to the Starke Nursing of Atlanta.. Oa. were weekend visitors of Mrs. Shellle aunt, Mrs. J. O. II)ward of azaleas centered the dlnlng- An Easter theme was car- Medical College of vehicle tags go on sale, and
Home. visitors of their parents, Mr. Gene Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Fairbanks were in Tampa on table and. silver holders with ried out in the party decora Pennsylvania.A he expects to handle a stormof
Larry Noegel and Butch .md Mrs. A. S. Harrison. Wells and Mrs. Carolyn Red- Saturday visiting Mrs. H. O 'the place cards marked the tions. The refreshment table program on Costa Rica first day requests
Jamenson of the University of Mr. and Mrs. John Torode grave. Merow. seating arrangement. Twelve was covered with a white was presented by Mildred Tax Collector J. R. Kelly'sThe
Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs.J. friends of the honoree. were Rosenberg and office will open at 8:30:
Florida Petroleum Della
.Alabama spent the Easter attended the Mist Harriet' Goodman of damask cloth and centered Doyle
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. S. Marketeers meeting in B. iSapp visited Mrs. Thel- the Unlversty of Missouri was 41 Invited to attend this affair. with a crystal punch bowl Bea Kimmons, showing pic- a.m. and remain open 'as long
to ma Steele In Alachua General Miss Walters. presented Miss encircled tures and souvenirs brought as business continues Kelly
S. Noegel. Jacksonville last Tuesday home for the weekend. with fern and white
Mrs. John W. Griffin of Thursday. Hospital on Sunday. David Troxell of Mayport Soto with a coffee-maker as pompom. back from the recent goodwilltour. says Prices of tags are the
Ochlochnee, Oa. was visiting!! Local admittances to Brad Mrs. Marguerite Corn of was visiting Mi. a memento of the occasion Among the SO invited guests Leila. Mundy gave a talk same as last year.
Lakeland will arrive Sunday to and Mrs.I Mrs. S. L. Peek! Jr. assisted I will cost $22.22
:her mother Mrs. F. F. Stump ford County Hospital this week Herbert Thomas the I were Mrs. Kirby Smith of on civic participation.Marlon Plain tags
over the weekend. Include: Dempsey Rlgsby, Mrs. spend, ten days with Mrs. W. weekend. over Miss Camp To in. serving.. Hawthorne, mother of the Jones and Marian I D tags under 2,000 Ibl., $11.30:

Mrs. H. L. Speer was visiting Mary Green Mrs. Rosa Mac E. Middleton and Miss Madge Mrs. Francis Stone of' Wed Mr. Doleson bridegroom-elect and Mrs. Moon of New York'were guestsat I D tags over 2,000, Ibs... $14.09;
Jeffords of Jacksonville '
Middleton. Miss Joyce I WW $31.47!
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Speer inOchlocknee Green Mrs. Alma Starling Clyde Colson: mother of the 1 the meeting. W $30.34 ;
Klngsland Ga. is vlsitng Mr. .
Mrs. R. O. mis-
Mr. and Dansby gave a Surprise A $11.38. R $11.38, V
Oa. from Wednesday Mrs. Dorothy 'Tetstone, Mrs Campdaughter bride-elect. I -
Miss Knren Lynne
I were visiting Mrs. Marvin and Mrs. Dave Paulk. cellaneous shower for Miss $3.97 and truck
,to Monday.Mr. I Cordelia McCrary Mrs. Vassle Andrews in Ozark, Ala. from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rlch- / of Mrs. Helen Camr ,Soto &t their office in the The hostesses presented the ClubThe ( sold- by the weight
and Mrs. Harry Sellers Hnmphlll, Edward Douglas Wednesday to Saturday of arson:! and Mr. and Mi's. Jul- of Roscwell. N. M. and P/C Blue Cross Insurance Co. honoree with a pressure cooker -, Junior lags hundred are pounds.

have returned to their home in Mrs. Audrey Mae Cooper and last week. ius Kowatch attended the George Wesley Dolenon, sor building In Jacksonville at and carnation corsage as! executive board of the per Friday March 31, is the
Ashevllle N. C. after three Henry Laporte all of Starke; Steve Denmark of Gordon funeral of Mrs. Leon Grow In of Mrs. Jack W. Hall of noon Tuesday with the 16 a memento of th_ occl1lllon'l Woman's Club wl'l meet final 1 day on which 1966 prop-
months visit with her mother Mrs. Ida Mae Bishop, Mrs. Starke ,and the late Jame Also receiving Junior
Military College la home Pompano Beach on MondayMr. girls in the office attending.A Thursday! at 8 o- taxes may be paid with-
[ erty
Mrs. I* F. Smith aid Mr. Julia Pendarvts. Mrs. Andrea spring holidays this week. and Mrs. John Schone- R. Doleeon of Sanderson, wl'' pir.k and green color motif Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Colson.I 'clock tonight at the home ot Mrs. out penalty. A three per cent
Smith. Jenkins and Mrs. Adel Padgettof Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilllng- man of Madlsor Wit. are visiting be united in marriage on Saturday was carried out in. the refreshment will be assessed on
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns, Lawtej; ,and Mvi. Ethel'ham and daughter and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. April 1, at the homeof table decorations. First Baptist WMU Charles The regular Sawyer.monthly} meet- those penalty not paying by April 1,
and son. Tommy. and Jimmy i Swindell of Hampton.: and Mrs. D. D. Gillingham and Simpson. Lt. and Mrs. George R : Miss Jeffords presented the held Kelly Indicated that
To will although
Johns of Macclenny were Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams son of Jacksonville were Sun- CLEARANCE 150 Spring Colley in Jacksonville brother ; honoree with a set of cookware Study MissionsThe 'ng of the club at 8 at the club paying Saturday might
night anyone
dajf fruests of Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. J. R. Rogers day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dresses this Fri. and Sat. at Irvlaw and sister of the i as a memento of the Monday under the deadline.
W. A. brldpgroom-to-be. I WMU of the First Baptist house. lip
jutch.: visited: Mr. and Mrs. L. Guy Sale. Lelia 8. occasion.
CLEARANCE 150 Spring Taylor in Jacksonville! on Ben Dixon and Mrs. Velma Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kelly All friends and relatives of I Church will hold a Home The education department
Dresses this Fri and Sat. atLeila. SUI1I:!ay. Dixon of Hermitage Terni. arrived of Jacksonville spent the week the couple are Invited to at Southside PTA Mission Study on Thursday. will present a program on
March 30, starting at 5 p.m. "The Cry For Helu' with a
.. Mr and Mrs Dcwayne Me- Wednesday of last week: end
with her tend.Miss
parents. and '
: To Hear Folk MusicThe A covered dish will be Mental
il;, E. Jordan of Ovelda: Harold Rae of Jacksonville were visiting to visit Mr. and Mr. Don Bag Mrs. Reddish Andrews. Camp attended ROHO supper !speaker l from l Inceton
until well High School New Mexlco. served at 6 o'clock with study ''a'th Association of Duval ...., ,..... .
Jordan:! of Orlando and their parents, Mr. ancMrs. well. Mr Dixon stayed third and sixth "' c .c. .w
Miss Jean LeOear of Winter Oeorge Huggins and Mr. Saturday and Mrs. Dixon is :Mr. Doleson is a graduate rouren continuing afterwards. The County. ."0.,""romiwu.ournr....,-...,..
UDC To Meet 'grade glee clubs under Mrs. F. fJ-'ro .. ..
of Eficambla High SchoolIn book will\ be taught by Rev. Hostesses! for the meeting h ww
for two weeks. .
Parks were weekend guests of and Mrs. Robert )MrsRae\ on remaining ; music teacher aa .raurae'
R. Rasmussen
Mrs Carrie Hitch and Miss' Sunday. !MrS. E. 1... Crawford visited I Pensacola and la now stationed W. A Hogan H. M. HatcherJr. will be Mrs. Bob Ferguson/ I. ) '.
Annie her sister Mrs. Myrtle Adkins The W. T. Weeks chapter with the U. S. AiForce will present a program of folk ., and William George.All Mrs CUrtis Edwards and Mrs
Darby. Mrs. Kenneth L. Paterson UDC
meet music at the Southside Elementary -
Y. WMU members are urgedto
Mrs. Ed Prevatt and daugh- and of Winter Garden In Jacksonville over the week- in Plattsburg, J. C. Dukes. Furniture Co.
: son were
Better Home
I April 5, at 3:30: ( o'clock at PTA meeting Tuesday attend this study group.
ter. Mrs. Luther Lennon of visiting Mr. and Mn. R. a end.Mr. the home of Mrs E. L. Matthews I night at '7:30: In the cafeteria. 1200 S.' Edeewood Ave.
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Paterson the first of the week.: and Mrs. R. O. DanAby Florida 32305
with Mrs. W. G. Hallo I. Refreshments will be servedby Adjustable Vinyl Boo Jacktonville
I I A (JI1Mllnecl l Ad lit the TEIJEbring !: ,
Mr' Edwin Prevatt and baby Mrs. L. O. Powell and sisters. attended the Westside Gainesvilleon Baptist and Miss Madge Middleton as Classified. Ad In the TELE!! the room mothers during Covers. Ail sizes: 30 cents cat ""It.\I':! result.
Church cantata in
daughter In Orlando on Satur- :Misses Louise and Etta Frlpp which I co-hostesses. brings result the social hour. The Telegraph
'if Columbia S. C. toured Sunday afternoon I
day.Mike Reddish of FSU was South Florida over tha week- was directed by Mickey Dana

home for the weekend. by.Debbie
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and 1 end.Glen Champion returned to Cocomlse of St.
family- of Jacksonville and Mr. his home In Plttaburg. Ka. Joseph's Academy In St. Au-
ate( Mrs. Dewey Warren and I Tuesday after two weeks visit gustine was home for the YOU

pom> of Savannah. Oa. were visItijig I with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham Easter holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nixon of

MM.;\ j.their s Sapp parents., over the Mr.week-and pion.Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Clemmona Muncie, Ind. and Mrs. Norman.

end. had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Rigdon and children of Man- Id
fa. Orover Hatton. and family of darin were weekend guests of f''
W. Moyer Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Sneoda on Thursday and Friday IliD
and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brown. i
Stdckland and Mr. and Mrs Jack
and grandchildren
CLEARANCE 150 Spring
Mills of Key West Mrs. Frank
of Lake City were Sunday ParHsh and children of Miami Dresses tills Fri. and Sat. at
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Leila's.
and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard i
Strickland. Parrlsh of Jacksonville over Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kinney -
*& .Velma PoweU and daughters the weekend.Mr. of Jacksonville were Sun-

and Gary Rhoden of and Mrs. Art Seibert of! day visitors of his mother.
Mauldln, S. C. were weekend Jacksonville were Sunday Mis Carolyn Redgrave. '

mrwts of Mr. and Mrs. Roy guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mr. and Mrs. George Lawson:
wUt\ms! Sr. and Mr. and Mrs Champion I and daughters of Old Hickory. ILllODE'S TEXACO STATION *

A.c Williams. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Green Tenn. were Wednesday over-

P. A. Parrlsh of Durham, N. and family and Mrs. J. H. nght guests bf Mr. and Mr.
C.; was Tuesday: overnighttoast Fields spent the weekend/ with David Montgovery.Mr. I
of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Airs. Harold Ford in Cocoa. and Mrs. Oar Mathewswere

Williams. Mr. and Mrs. John Greene, Sunday dinner guests of 231 NORTH TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLORIDA ;
.. i
.. visited Mrs.. John E. Greene Mr art! Mrs. Bruce MathewsIn iI ,
. and Mrs. Richard Greene and; Gainesville.Mrs. I !
family In Jacksonville on Sun '
Loyree Cocomlse.! Mrs.
TIlE BRADFORD day. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. S. L Peek THURS. FRI. SAT. MARCH 30TH 31ST APRIL 1ST
(OOONTY.. TELEGRAPH CLEARANCE 150 Spring Sr. and Mrs. Vernon Smueker i
Dresses this Fri. and Sat. at attended the NE district meet-I
Published every Thursday Lell,,'.. ing and luncheon of the Florida -
I at 138 W. Call St., Mrs. Betty May and daughter -I Hospital Auxiliaries at the
S Starke Pla. 82091 Melody, of St. George,
r Ponce de Leon Hotel In St.; TEXACO TOURINGATLAS
S. C. were visiting Mr. and Augustine I
Jecond class on Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert Barludale
over Mr. and FREE
nt Starka. Fla. Mrs. H. A. Lawson
the weekend.Mr.
7 ubBcrtption Rates. : I had their children and their
and Mrs. Gary Syfrett I
families home for the Easter 4 1 I
): n trade area: $3.50 per I of Gainesville were visitingher weekend: Mr. and Mrs. Charles
and Mrs. A.
:year: $2.00 Pix month. parents. Dr. Lawson of Tallahassee, Mr.I
J. Barry over the weekend. TEXACO TOY JET r
and Mrs. W. M. Morar of i
i IJ: U Matthews, editor Milton Hartzell Pan- d
and Mr. and Mrs.
: ama City Mr. and Mrs. Joe i* "vxm*
publisher of Daytona Beach were week- THERMAL TUMBLERwith
Jordan of Lake City, Bud Law-I > FUEL TRUCK jK
end visitors of Dr. and Mrs. )
2>utVa trade : $4.00
area *> i'f.
son of < -
Marlon N.
C., and 23 .
F. E. and Dr. and
i i'ar.> rear: S2.2.1: sir month" Bollinger Misses Elizabeth_ Lawson every 8 gallon purchase of ree "
and "
Mrs.. H. G. Bollinger. n One Given Away "V.
I Mary Deley of Riviera Beach Fire Chief or Sky Chief gasoline. i '
Mrs O. L. Beasley pud' Mrs. Free Every Hour-' * J. W. Klncald were Visiting W t i U h'-V' i ''*5 **
I, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. t+ y *
Tampa over the weekend.Mr. Hoppe. in Come In And Register For Free FREE PEPSI'S I

and Mrs; David Montgomery TO EVERY 50TH BOBBY LEWIS; MANAGER
Door. Prizes No
I Obligation -
and family visited Mr. CAR SERVED DURING OUR
and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert la Lake Nothing To Buy GRAND OPENING! 20 yearn serving the motor-
I City on Sundiw. t ing public of this area.

Mrs. Ous Beasley
of Bay
Town. Texas will arrive Satur GRAND PRIZE
I day to be the guest of Mrs. o

I L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin General Electric
caid for a week. GRAND
Pvt. E'2'' Buy bowling has 12 TRANSISTOR AM OPENINGr

been transferred from Fort
Jackson. S. C. to OCS Artillery AND FM RADIO I
School at Fort Sill. Okla. '
for eight) weeks Retail Value $37.50 1

Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and THURSDAY THURSDAY

daughter, and Jimmy Thrasher -
of Lake City were Sunday FRIDAY FRIDAY

visitors of Mr. and Mr: E. W P,

Ha Misses>-es. Margaret : SATURDAY SATURDAY I' ,

Scanlan ,
and Mary Mann of Longwood I i\;,
College Va. spent the weekend GRAND OPENING ONLY ., ONLY -
nK with Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. I

and family. I

: In my book, saving is the and Mr.family and Mrs.of R.Oran.ie W. DouvlHe Park j

Shortest distance between two points were visiting Mr. and Mrs R. Goodrich Tires
I H. Odder on Sunday. Recap

Maybe It Isn't good geometry, teacher but we I Mrs. Edna. Hart and Mrs.

think yogi! agree,it makes good sense for every- : Edith:! Christiansen had as
guests Mrs. Kate STAINLESS STEEL
Sheppard of
<$ie. No matter what your goal may be you'll Brunswick Oa. over the' week-

reach' it in the shortest time by SAVING steadily. end, and. Mrs. Helen Gordon

Open an account with us and add to it regularly.ank and Mrs. Pearl Colson of Jack- MIXING BOWLS

interest compounded, makes your savings sonville and Mrs. Ella Moodyof Setuf4A ?

jjrow' faster helps you "get there" sooner! Green Cove Springs on A

teaming to save is education for successful living. Sunday.Oone. 1 QUART .590

If you have children open savings accounts lortltem Kuschel of Washing- .
here and now. ton. D. S. is spending this week Plus federal and state tax )and recappable trade-

with Mrs. Kuschel and Dr. and ins). 13, J.t. 15 4 ply. Only not on trucks r
Mrs. L. H. 2 990
Jennings. QUARTS *
J HOME: OWNED Curtis Sanders graduated plus $1.50 for each tire balance.

: 'HOME OPERATED Wednesday of last week with

honors from Santa Fo Junior 3
QUARTS $1.19
The State Bank College and will enroll at U. ofF e Complete Front End Alignment *
Community .
in the fall.
And Brake Work Tune UpF
Dave Paulk Edison Paulk of 6 QUARTS $1.99
: o.-c STARKE Jacksonville, and Brooks Paulk .

of Lake City were vetting a
MEMBEH'F.\ 'Di I. C. I :cousin, Mrs. Clyde Anderson

I I'weekend. ,

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THURSDAY MARCH 30. 1987 BRADFORD t."OUNT1" nLEGRAPR.: 8TAnKE, FLOWI'IA'' -_ _--_--,.._. .'_9'viburnum_.. o.'LnF.B' !

""lid Wednesday ''We'!"" 'till i shot .it the acid .chemical, are lust a'''''.*..

Juvenile Problem!' City License Of Genealogist / loading out a truck: and have Hydrangeas do best In partial plants that \you'll have( ) goner

been too busy to add up shade This is another tip luck rooting.

figures." floor horUcuIturl l.s with the Locate the cutting bed in ft

y 4p! Told To JayceesBy Is Revoked By Starke CouncilThe The Starke market reported, University of Florida Agricultural shady spot. Sand Is the most
1 338 flat sold Monday at a Extension Service. widely used propagating ma-

r range of $3.80 to $".10; 1-, Also If they develop yellow terial. It may not be the beak.

YawnCounty r city occupational license family from an ancestor 688 flats Tuesday, with prices leaves this sprlnar, it's prob- but it is the cheapest.
Judge of Mrs. Sandy :Miller, "I can't think of any state from $3.SO to $4; and 1,418 ably iron chlorosis. Mont ornamentals form

who has been reported op- that's not represented," Chamber flats Wednesday, at from $3 To correct chlorosis! add 4 heavy root systems more
Judgo T A. Yawn erating as a genealogist, was of Commerce ManagerPete to $350. ounres of ferrous sulfate to 5 quickly in cutting mediums
to luncheon meetingof revoked by the Starke council Novak told the council This week's movement represents gallons of water and apply to containing acid peat Only

spoke the Starke a Jaycees Mondayat Monday when she did not referring to( a th\ck\>" folder of a new crop put on the soil at the rate of one- experience will show YOU the

the Garden Restaurant : appear, aa requested at a correspondence he had receivedon by the berry plants since half gallon per large plant. best mediums for the differ"
hearing to answer complaint. Mrs. Miller's activities.Mrs. the disastrous freeze In late Mulches ent plants. J
after that the I
a request groupbe
Instead, Mrs. Miller mailed Miller has been oper- February. It l Is expected to Warm weather aI""s! When choosing cuttings re*
brought up to date on the
I both license No. 33 her business from Starke reach its peak sometime next
her ating
I county's current juvenile I city brings weeds. Extension Ser member that ease of rooting
problem. and her State and County occupational for the past year and a half. week. vice specialists any the best increases the nearer the cuttings .
Five student* winning berth In the State Science I license No. 01 to The complaints concerned her '
taken to the rooT:
The community was "shocked way to fight them is with a are
Fair nf'xt'fIf'k are 1-r) : David,
Alike Devrkk Donald Sulucur, and Bobby 'hlte. I the judge wild, adding that said he received Sunday as an "authorized" genealogical plant that will not thrive better piece Is !in an acceptable J
March 26. She In dealer. Let's GoGardening "
until the recent school skip- complained with a protective ground stage of semi-hardy growth,.
I the letter, that she receivedno The council revoked the city ...
ping and parties that cover. If you want to keep spring'annuals
juvenile court had been coast- cooperation from city police license after Attornley Georgo Mulches also I blooming another? ,
I conserve
Sue Glennan when l 'Pierce said that If the license
Melinda assistance was requested
: Ing with a fairly light load. !J>> molsure. keep 'Plant roots month. Keep the mature-
revoked further business
Green Cove Springs about intruders. was any -
I'S I But the organized school cut- Mrs. Miller wrote she WB.Hforced conducted In Starke by cooler during the heat of i flowers cut. If allowed to go'to
ting has been stopped for summer and prevent a buildup seed. It's all over. -
to build a six foot high Mrs. Miller would be cause '
the time being, the judge Editor of pesky that To keep those dlme-a--l'
fence around her house at for criminal action. Hereto By Ilervey Sharpe, nematodes ',.,
I told the Jaycees. 12 Contestants 261 S. Orange St. and ,to get, fore, no complalntant has been Florida Agricultural Extension gnaw on roots. piece tomato plants PI.otected""'" *
I Not only parties during a. watch dog I willing to sign a warrant Service Any tyne of mulch will do. from cutworms, try wrapping( ,,.
school hours but largo drink- against her. Police Chief Bill Use what's avo liable, such an T paper collar around, the" -
ing parties held .at night Many complaints have been leaves. pine straw or even stem Insert the collar Int "
Enter ROE said.
Friday'sBerry received by the Chamber of er Hydrangeas are as fickle as or
have been
around the county
reanut hulls. Mulch all the I the soil and hold tho top together -
part of the problem, the ; Commerce the city clerk's Tax Collector J. 11., Kelly girls who tint their hair to plantsannual and shrubs 'I' with a paper clip ,'-.
judge said. office, and the Police Depart- said Wednesday Mm. Miller's match the color of their boy- I","
'alike. It will
hours of
save .
"The thing that surprised PageantA ment from persons all over state and county license l Is friends' cars. ( -
me was the number In at- the country who said they, still valid since no one has Blue flowering hydrangeas pullln weeds this summer. TAX ASSESSOR OFFICE roe,
It's all rl tendance," Judge Yawn said. sent Mrs. Miller money to, brought a suit complaining of will' change to pink blossoms OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY"Tax ; .
YAr tBEQ A" young college student In highlight of the Bradford trace their family trees, but the operation of her business. If lime Is added to. the yard citrus trees provider"
i volved In the parties told him, County Fair will be the an- received no genealogical data soil. the! mulch Is kept about 12 Assessor Gene lung sayyhis ::

the'judge said, that as many nual North Florida Straw- even after waiting months. New How'' much lime? That depends Inches away from the trunk. office will be open all day".
ai 100 to 150 teenagers have berry Queen Beauty Pageant Genealogy l Is the history of I on the acidity of the Citrus trees are apt) to take a Saturday April 1, to receive"( ,,'

taken part In nocturnal beer set Friday March 31. descent of an individual or a 01 Berries 1 soil. Try a pound of hydrated root rot If trash Is banked applications for homestead exemptions .

drinking parties. Primary objective A dozen area neauties are lime to a bushel-basket size against the tree.A from property own;M4
of the parties is the entered In the 1967 contest to same period last year and dooryard plant and much band of fingernail size era who have not yet applled.w...
!Mike IVrick's math project, entitled '"Topology wan beer drinking, not sexual mis- succeed MUs Veda Fish they have burned more than. Nears Peak smaller amount for potted ravel Is one way of solvingthe Only about 50 persons have

the ,only BUS project judged excellent at the Region 4Silenos conduct or hard whiskey of Glen. St Mary, the reigning twice the number of acres plants. For full color change, mulch problem near the failed to renew their cpplica-v

Fair last Thursday and. Is one of five BUS projwtnliead drinking, the judge said his queen who will crown her 711.6 in 1967 to 320.4 over .Bradford County's long- a second application may be citrus trunk A circle of gra- tlons for exemption In 1987-
informant told him. successor Friday night. Finalsare has vel around other trees In the the assessor said. Application;;
"It's typical of a minority, scheduled to begin at 7:30: Little rain fell In the coun- finally moved Into high gear change pink), lydrnngeas vnrd: will keep them frnm get- may be signed by either husband -.

although a rather' large one.. pm. with eliminations Bettor ty lost week. iLawtey reportedthe with 3,694 flats gold throughthe to blue mix 3 ounces of aluminum ting their shins barked by or wife and may be returned -.
Five BHS Science Projects It l is not typical of a ma- <3 p.m. The contest will be most with the Louis Hill auction at the Starke State sulfate In a gallon of the lawn mower In person or by maid,

jority of our youngsters," he held in the bleacher section Tower there reporting 4 Inches Farmers Market the first water. Soak the plant roots Cutting' the assessor said. He urged ally i

of the fairgrounds. the New River Tower 3, three days of this. week. with this solution. If the blue It's an excellent time I" who have not yet made applU'atlon ,,

Win Berths In State FairFive said.Judge Yawn said his office ---....,.,........ ...;-- and the Santa Fe tower .1 No report could be obtained has not developed in a few make outlines of a multitudeof to do so before 5 .
\ stepped into "somewhat of a I'': \\'Mt' for a county average of 27''I I from the Lawtey market where days give the plant another things Poinsteela Ixora.llgustrum. Saturday. ...
vacuum that had to be filled"in Inches. office manager Gary Bennett azalea, croton and
Bradford High/ School I) Jack Campbell Data Processing curbing the parties and :; ; :
students won berths for the' and Computing.
school cutting. .
annual State Science : Fair Donald Salazar The Uniformity But, he said two things I We're Nol Fooling! You 1) Make .r..
week in In Wave Behavior.
set next Miami at
: continue to worry him: OPEN ALL ..
the 'Region 4 ,Science. Fair I Bobby White The Solar The fact that parents have I tjzit STARKE DAY EVERY
held at the fairgrounds lastThursday. Cell and Its Use For Domestic not made allowance for the / the Most Unbelievable Buys Ever DAY-FRI.. .

.! Heating. lack of mature judgement of I a PLAZA w
Senior Mike Devrlck was Of 49' projects entered In their children. "They haven't '
one', :of five of th.. 49 Btu- .'the Region. 4 Falr .by students learned to take some things i During Our Fabulous Three Day SATTHE11

dents entering the regional from Union. CountyHigh. their youngsters Bay wtth a : a

to have> his i project Adjudged Santa Fe Hlgh.. Columbia grain of salt; for instance, a
superior., His was a math I High and BHS; 21 won son's request for the familycar t "
project; entitled "Topology," I berths'' to the state fall'-BHS ," the judge said. A parent;I ? :,

In vhidh he attempted to Science Instructor Walker he said should know where "'
prove or disprove 25: math- Stewart sponsor of the BUS the child is going and realize .
ma tics 'theoroms. and regional fairs, said he that the youngster probably I -

Four other BHS projects was very pleased with the wouldn't tell a parent of 4 A" 4 1
were adjudged superior the i quality of the projects. something he knew would (
second highest rating! and I The state fair la slated next gain disapproval. The second

also won trips to state. By I Thursday through Saturday, thing Judge Yawn said, l in / x.. **. THURS., FR!., SAT. ONLY! 1 f J Special Purchase .-
owner and title the projects : April 6-8, in the Bayfront the unrestricted use of auto .
were; l Auditorium (I.amL The mobiles by teenagers. Priscilla: Shearouse Ladies' All! New qp ta4ln't y. .

Itavtd, Pcnoyer Ts TJie I', Bradford students will leave \VaIuo Acetate Tricot LACY
Learning Ability of Mice next Wednesday .morning, on SPRINGDRESSES I i1" t
A.f:1 I Funeral ServicesFor Master of Ceremonies will
fected, By' Drugs and a trip financed .by. 'the .coun- HALFSLIPS KNIT SHELLS
tv school board. Mrs. Parker be Bill Seymour of Jackson
., ville, an outstanding emcee """' **"" ..
Set For FridayMrs. I who has hosted tho Strawberry : I ,; Only
Pageant for several Tw. Ipeolal' Group! f1 s 'J $ 54
Dora Luclnda Parker,I years. Kg |
rememberthis 63, of Hampton, died in a I The new queen will receivea Reg. $600 About H. r This ttr awrrlco ; 100) at r :

Gainesville hospital Tuesday I $100 cash prize and a $500 I $6.99 -Only t 1 r .

morning after a short illness. scholarship to the Davison !
She was born, Ira New Yorkon I School of Music, a tashlon JJe>g. SaGO Lavish lice trimmed Ac*' zse.9' II
August B, 1903 and had I school in Atlantic! Beach.. tate Tricot Half Slips with A $2.99
date. resided ,in Hampton for 17 Marie Davlaon, owner will direct \ full front shadow panel. ValutAny
years, coining there from New the contestants In their Our ntlrt stock. It' from Many In styles pastel to and choose high '

( York. She was a member of preparation for the pageant. marked down for shades. -

APRIL the Hampton Baptist Church First runner-up will receivea hit sail only) Alt r rr whtrt!
7TH I and was a supervisor at Sun. $50( cash prize and the sec- new Sprint styln, :

J land Training Center In Gainesville ond runner-up a $25: cash \' fabrics' and color. FullyGua'lntllclElastlolzed tog r A .Adept. to from any ''

where she had been employed prize. The pageant Is sponsored All *lt. rents COMBED BRIEFS I dl companion Hint' or suit I to)
for 17 years. each year by the Starke iunlori, p / p> nl>. arleht.i e
I mutes full out mschlne washable and $-| s/\. a,n,., d
Surviving are her husband, Civltan Club. hilfi.
l5o rV
3 % Aoryllocompletely
# for White I
guaranteed year
SI John H. Parker, of Hampton; Judges for tho event will 3, pistils ,Ladles' sizes 5 through.nd.10. pr. :' .bl*. .wash-. U
1 I three daughters Mrs. Bernice be Pat Kverltt general manager .

Maynard of Clean N. Y.; Mrs.I II of Florida Hydrocarbons Teed .. ,..".* to *>... Up> ,,.... tOupenf'
I Orene Mlllard of Hln dale, Cu Company, Brooker; Mrs. NowMf and -
N. Y., and Mrs. Jeanette i Doyle E. Conner, wife of Commissioner Ynb.li.vebly, low PrltfJ"Cantrece" _

1 Phillips Alden, N. Y.; three I o f Agriculture DRESSES Our Entire Stock :
t stepdaughters Mrs. Opal M. Doyle E. Conner, Tallahassee ;: HOSE >
Brooks and Mrs. Dorothy I. Mrs. Ray Graves, wife of Iddl.. ...1 I_..,. le.r ........ All! $4.99HEELS .
Higgins both of Flint Mich.; Head Coaih and Athletic Director for Our April' ,..l teilol $588 ..

Mrs. Dimple Bussey of Sa- Ray Graves of the University ..."',... ......sr. $2.9... I R.g. $. ..9.. ..
vannah, Ga.; two sans!, Syl- of Florida, and L U With Hl and Tee DRESStiDRESSES l rM' ALL $3.79HEELS $488 '

vester Morris of Randolph, Wainwright, director of the Compare 1 t-
N. Y. and Albert Morris of Florida Division of Corrections I At 79c pr, 44c I Chooie from potent intfsmooth .

1 Gainesville; two* stepsons, Tallahassee. $244.."",.' y $333 end: peatol leathers' color* /:In style whit*. r
Dennis Parker, Flint, Mich., Contestants and their sponsors -I to brlahten up your. r
i I and N. H. Parker, Hampton ;; are: First qualityl mid, In the naw- Soft sham styles' In shift. A.lIn... '. Spring werdrobe. Hlejtt. r
mid In .
ond heel fl& s.sembis.
drop waists pleated and full sklrU .iaolin'
I two brothers Thomas Damon Miss Melinda Sue Glennan,, est hades to darter any en. 5 to 10,
to make her ts pretty as M L.oI'n'' $J.*
of Warsaw N. Y., and Charles Green Cove Springs,, the Buy a dozen pairs at pfctural! Jim J to 6* 7 to If. LOAFERS .. 4V4"'io: Only $2.88 a I
: Damon of Gainesville, N. Y.; Green Cove Jaycees this unbelievable prlcel ."". ii,.
Cerdo end Cobblore Ten
I two Bisters, Mrs. Mae Wash- Miss Arnlta Marlene Haly-

ton, Clarksboro, N. J., and burton, St. Augustine, the '_ Men's and Short Sleeve
Mrs. Bessie Holllater of Buffalo Bradford Roping Club. l'$' I

,.N. Y. Also surviving are Miss Patricia Davis, Gainesville Men's Short Sleeve/ No-Iron
21 grandchildren and several the Holiday Inn of
l lTb.
great-grandchildren., Gainesville.Miss r DRESS SHIRTS ..
I l+funeral services will be held Patty Hendley,' Ocala,

at 10:3Oajju Friday In Jones ,Hurst's Shell Station. .... .2.2' Voio! .* Mans
Spectacular Values Miss Ava Hlrnl! Gainesville, 3 tot $500 3 tot $5 ;
Memorial Chapel with Dr. Bob .,. **.! L.Lrs $1.99 I.
Gray, pastor of Trinity Baptist Bradford County Telegraph; Y r .t Only1 JUff. ,. ..

Church of Jacksonville, Miss Joy Jones, Jacksonville ''VI' $1.'" ,.
throughout the Store officiating. Interment will follow Loudon's Beauty Shop

in Fillmore Cemetery and Merle Norman Cosmetics. goys''ermlll.nt

Fillmore N. Y, DeWitt C. Miss JoAnn Scott, Starke, 100% Nylon' Tricot for
\Brett 4 ,
for all! ny f
Door Prizes Favors Jones Funeral' Home Is in Denmark Furniture Co. + all day erlspnais' Blue' or White, fine 3 for 5 ,

charge of arrangementsSat. I Miss feilalne Murray, Starke tailoring. Sites 14'/i 17. ..

J II I Branding: Iron Restaurant.Miss t Men's button down end *a51 :

!/ ADMISSION BY TICKET ONLY Deadline Prirtcllla. Shearouse _rl!' regular' all woven shirts ..
Waldo, Lions Club of Waldo. } Men's wnesn. .....n of .-- In solids, stripes, fancies :
To Apply For Miss Vicki Crockett, Mac- ( I BANLON SOCKS ptsTds.' S-M.t. Boys' woven gingham' short sleeve) sport \ / '
Home ExemptionSaturday clenny. the City of Macclenny. ft. shirts 'In assorted sharp plaids. Genuine Ivy style, button :
Come in for invitationand Miss Laura Sorensen, Fer- Rib patterns able: designs, link 'r'
your nandina Beach, Branding Iron r' and link patterns 1n darks, lights, .black and white. Size fits 10 to 19. down collars. Tapered and tails. 6 to 18. '."
April 1, la the .
ticket todavl final day home owners can Restaurant. "
Entire Stock of Ladles'
apply for homestead exemp- Miss Cheryl Campbell. Mid- DAN RIVER NO-PRESS :
tion for 1967. dleburg. Gilbert S. Brown's t I

: Tax Assessor Gene Long will Standard Oil Service Station. GINGHAMSIG 66c 2s' PURSES :.

keep his office open Saturday 1
as long a. business con 4 Small FiresReported 11.00 yd. I PATENTS '<** I STRAWS t : '

SLADEGAS tinues. Home owners who fall Ttio look of linen, tho coolnet* of ajtnfnem. \. BONES .fid IABRICS .:,.. \
morning fro** Jk.II + 1 t
For WeekJust Cotton thet needs no> ear *tay* r +
to apply for their exemptionby day. ratt.rn..nd matching solids. W \ ,M

Saturday will have to pay A ,..".,.,,y 6 6 ra
taxes on the $aooo, exemption four forest fires which $2

AND APPLIANCES which amounts to about $75: burned 8.4 acres were reported Famous DAN RIVER HOYA CLOTH f ) 'irk.d.1 .., :
In county taxes, or a total during the past week .
332 W. MADISON PHONE 964.7701 of approximately 9100 If: the by the Florida Forest Service. ,I o Perfect* to Bley for verythln clothe..; Wonderfully from d'...!. Rig.I --......' 77c J Whit**, black' patent and .mooch leather In
whtt and ..tel... All size and '''.p.* te..Ldwas
resident lives within the Cityof Sixty-nine fires have been carefree 100% combed cotton f l.OO r4."a. p
STARKE FLORIDA I exclusive Wrinkle.Shed f....... Acs_ da. JG'''. Spring! and Summer. outfit
Starke. .. I reported since January 1 this Drt-Oon flnl.... Never shrink out of .h..... wtth.....re'. MiD :'
year compared to 44 over the I .; '

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| County Special Fair EventsTiI I Come To The Fair 1 1M


MARCH SO 1\ rl.Irlrt 4
2:00: -Radlatloi Dnonstratlon -
c. 11//JFa, > D4:00Concert

6:00: -Bull Whip Popping:

6:30--Tbe Contest: Wlrengardg and

Trained' Lions..
8:00-Talent Show

9:3Q12:9oaehoJarsa.1: FRIDAYJlARCII 31 of : w
Contestanta12:50.1330.Contestants ) t' t :
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,Luncheon: u..-0.." k r 1 .>_q.- -
2:80-TI3e: < Wtrengards and : ..*, reprenentlnff David !Scott' hows. blue ribbon received! by Starke and:
Trained Lions. a "Shnllcrurker"!' Bradford FFA Chapter. for their exhibit which won flrW!I
3:00: -Beauty ContestjOllminatione 1230 S. Collay plaee In the Junior Education Division. A $23 cash award.

6:06=Contestants Dinner I UM< went with the ribbon.Open .

6:30: -.Mario Rojaa and theWtrengarda t ,e '
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;Florida Strawberry Friday and Saturday
Beauty; Pageant
8:30-< ;The Wtrengarda and ,
Trained XJons. Until 10 P.M.

1 Pretty little Kiln Mann .alt. under Lollipop
1:00: --Horse Frolics and NOW YOU
Tree, shown by the StarUe Public Library 1119
and 9:30-ThWirengard .>
hopes she wins one of thoHO luwloiiH lollipops
and Trained which adorn the colorgul tree. CAN ENJOY
lJOM.Three 10-year-old David Kunlre 1.ipatn hIs grandchampion =

.j '. female. hog. I COL. SANDERS ,,
Draw has a Job, lives alone, end. has Jailed. RECIPE
recently bought& a car. Another youth 17-year-old wart, B'en. John McCarty Judge Yawn said he was Warren Bernays Ogletree was Ing. the Judge..astopd. St. tL.ucle County, fell Victim I gl,
Terms glad Knight Is doing so well, sentenced to a fine of $50 or In other cases:, Bickford: was to r'eapportlonment. Forced 'to I Kentucky
Jail O. gDal
and said he hoped he would three days in Jail on a chargeof after pleading tt, campaign In a fivecountdistrict (
continue to da: so. He debate 'wilful and wanton reckless tined $20 U.J3. 301; ( ,. including thickly pop-I ;, ::
80 mph pn It
ed I several minutes before' deciding1 Ogletree said he had traveling Mated Brevard,' he lost to It yl '
driving. Fried
Continued Proqi' Pat One] reminded\ him
{ Judge Yawn
from thatc
to revoke Knight's license crawled from the cab to the caused the Republican opponent
eral occasions, you're on probation ,'.then. said: body and then. back Into the death that of 439 persons In Flor- unty. : {
whnr did you let me "You apparently are not driver's seat t: 'of a pick-up Populous D&da, home < Chicken
the Judge persisted."Do traveled 50 mph Ida last year. / of all Floridian,
down. it
truck as the
convinced' that meant! in Oadsden, Ala. over Democrat j
remained solidly _
you think it's smart do down U. S. 301.( .
Isaid.' and sentenced the Oscar Crabtreewas ,
Raymond the' as-
you."thing it's the thing, to :youth\ to two days In the "''What have you done to assessed the minimum\ fine Sault against, electing nine Demi : "It's Finger Lickin' Good
answered. county( jail ,and a fine of $35. discipline: him. Judge of $16 court costs after plead- cratlo senators and 22 House
Mumbling. Knight The Jail sentence can be serve asked Ogletree's parents. A to a charge of un- members.
"No Sir." Questioned further, ed'on' the..weekend. It lathe lecture the father replied. Ing guilty( the trooper remains that PHONE AHEAD 964-5126
which But the
lawful speed .
he .
the youth told the Judge first time!! the youth .has been "Have you let him..try walklite testified was not a flagrant the Florida Legislature, which Angus hail lie YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY

.. -- violation. two years ago housed only .* Mister. Sue, lunl
Arlie Alfred Greenway w 11 subdued Republican., Is ; i EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -
the "benefit of the now packed with 89 OOP I
given I
Directors of FIRST FEDERAL Are 110Itb 4nd' his sentence llcen sus. of out 167.of a total membershl 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.
'penffed'bn/ i a no fishing '
the TELE
Ad In :
charge after he purchased one, II. BRASWELL, Owner-Manager:
Pleased To Announce and showed It to the judo results. I
Oreenwav1 was charged,with 2,000 Attend
fishing with'a pole from the :
Sampson Lake railroad bride /
Oreenway claimed he was onllY Fair OpeningContinued
moving the fishing pole while
In process of working on the
bridge. [ From Paid! One]]

Denton DeVoe.pleaded guilt'
to contributing to the delii Nursing Council.
Commercial Division: 1))
of minor Toy encouraging
-T IL. three girls under 16 years .of Slade Gas 2)) Nancy's Flowers, I ,..,.,, .
., Jg'$ '
truant from and 3)) Starke Builder's Sup ; """" l :.m"'''' .kllii _111 !nf1J"
age to become
school. His sentence is bear ply.The' I'n
strawberry judging sav
re."t! withheld until the case agalni
one youth who pleaded not the award for the best flat
guilty to the same chargedisposed i 18 of berries go to Mrs.
Norman, wife of '-Lv M. Bud
of. The charge re-
dy) Norman. The flat was
from the party at
suited purchased> at auction by C. L
Sampson Lake during schoc udal Jr. of Wlnn-Dlxia for

hours. an. unheard of "$220.
Robert Samuel Stitcher wta Walnwrlght Farms had the
sentenced to a fine of $35 or number two flat which went
ra five days in jail on a charge of tG Tom Jannaro, a Pompano I
.failure to have his vehicle un Beach producer, for $25. The
der control. Stitcher demolished -: number three flat was grown
his Volkswagen sedan when, by Ben Loper and went to
( 'asleep on U. S. 301 3.3,: another producer, Perry Wolfe,,
mils north of Lawtey at 3:11: I of Pompano Beach. The num-
'a. m. on March 18. "A very ber four flat belonged to,,,Dan V
narrow miss," Judge Yawn and Ed win...Starling:), bf Law Model P3075P307SWESTiNGHOUSE

THAT{' DIVIDEND DAYS ARE HERE told A him.pre-sentence investlga I. toy number and five Bold flat for $10 was.aid enteredby ,. the I ,

tIon was ordered for Mr. and > Pete Walnwrlght ;of Law- w

ONCE MORE! charged Mrs: Robert with Lee contributing Martin botl tithe < I Market tey and Manager brought Phil$S: Former Cronk- JET SET STYLED L

the auctlonerr.
ilte was
dellnuency of a minor bY: T"
having their children v.oork at i Cattle Judging! 19" INSTANT ON
a moonshine still Both withdrew Edwards Angus Farm,grand licit, :oHEAVY! ( .

pleas of not guilty and champion by Zack Edwards.Art Angus. bull, shown TELEVISIONHandsome DUTY .

pleaded Trials were ordered durlru. Schulz, reserve grand AGITATOR WASHER
Passbook Certificate the next term of County Court Edwards Angus Farm,grand 4 3 Temperature
le dons
in nine cases, wehere persons New Trim Shape
heifer, shown
champion Angus rm
savers have With Top-Front Controls! Pop- ;
; pleaded not guilty: Rinse,.Warm
savers are by Zack 'Edwards,, and reserve Wash-Warm
VHP/UHF Channel
counts of Up
R. A. Bryan' two Rinse.
already received currently earning: issuing .worthless checks. heifer grand shown champion by Sue Edwards.Angus Warm-Up. Instant-OnT No**TV Walk-No Back Walt, No- and ;Id wa a ColdcRin e.
Wendell Orover, contributing : 3 Position Water
Memory Fln Tuning e Front Saver
Art Schulz, grand champion
the l latest quarterly
at the rate of to the delinquency of a Prevatt Mounted 5-Inch Oval Full Fidelity Heavy Duty Transmission *
Angus cow; Emory
Speaker Twin Telescoping; Out-Of-Way Lint Filter Automatic
minor. -
at the rate /
5.25 Milton Bell, petit larceny. Jr., reserve grand champlbn VHP/UHF/ Antenna Solid State Safety Lid Lock Par-
Angus cow. Power Comfort-Mold cealin
Lee assault and Supply Enamel Tub
'of B. E. Reddlah's AR Ranch : Top Carry Handle e Persian Gold. ;
,_ Per Annum' for a battery.Calvin Starling, disposing of! In Lawtey, grand champion ; ..r Bronze Green
Investmentof \ bull and grand
6 mo. CSiarolata
'4.5% ,$5,000 (ort property under lien.LawrencegCovington. .disposing champion Charolals heifer. I. -
: James Knight FFA. grand
Perr AAnnum $1,000 multiples pf property under!' lien.
Hereford -bull I
.. aboveI' ). Joe Brown and Jessie IJucllli champion Swine Judging: fj
In an af I O' 1775j
Brown participating David Eunice, Lawtey 4-H 'Sl
fair. Charles Henry Mitchell grand champion male. Owen .
pleaded to' talc gpart: in thiame vmiTRADE
altercation was withheld but until his. sentence tJ1e- Alvarez male., reserve grand champion ,

David Eunice, Lawtey 4-H
other two cases were disposed
of. grand champion female. Son.- ,

Gary Hampton are, petit' ly Norman, FFA, reserve
.. .. larceny. grand champion
Since tho t" dividends have been posted it is not Five as persona ordered failed and to Jndgt appear .

Yawn ordered warrants sews Shaw lyre .
that bring in passbook at this time. each and bonds set'< '
nl case
..necessary. you : your ,. Backguard Light No-Drip 0 0
at $150 each:

.' ard Ira Hawman.'.W, JB&rlngreUow.Harold Rich Ross! Win Seats N ClocK. High with 1-Hour P rform Timer.nc .Burners Appliance 219 '

:Moulton*' George Mvullns: : ,,, Jr. ;$iimmer.Warm Color-Coded Controls WITH
and with Richard unlawful! Wlms speed., all charged Continued From Page OneJ ;,ess Broiler piece Broiler Pan TRADE

3retng showing of Republican !II

Fla. Declared Rep. Shaw said he would
leave ,:Monday tor Tallahassee I
and the opening of the Leglaatlve -
State session on Tuesday. He Other Fair Specials At Our Booth
2-Party aid that he did not know yet I .
%irsf FoderesI Savings ';" chat schedule would be folowed I
: ;Y In holding hearing on I..
,[.contlnuel From Page Orelitor. proposed local bills.. I: & Appliance Center

ASSOCIATION In his first ,bid 'for public "1 will have_ to meet! with II
offtee, h. lost Republi- the other representatives nsf.enator. {
I can. Senator Elizabeth ';Johnson -. In the districts base PIIONE 964-7701 STARKE, FLORIDA
OF t of Cocoa Beach. a firm announcement I
218 N. Temple Phone 961-5000 I _Another_ Democratic stall can be made," he saJd. It: I' _.


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/ MARCH 30, 1961

... :' the 100th Anniversary of publication die Dum and Tweodle Dec, I Intoxication, $21.50 bead forfeited ,'n-,-
"" 11I1\\...r'w i ,1 of Lewis Carroll's Richard WIHIimi and' Larry '

.,., ...,. i" famous mnftterpleraAliee Thomas, : Hi','mpty Dumpty Walter KMuieth Caughertyicckless rI
,. 1)ata.
1 w r. tlx. th& little blonde girl Huvlrt Tenover; Mock Turtle, :I drtvlite-drllvklrf# with. ":'ter,
r who has lusted a hundre:1 Marilyn: 1'atternon; the Gry ', out license, voluntary intoxication -
; .r.rJ venrs and Is still growing In phon, .1. Roy Chasteen! ; \frog:: ; $210 fine or,40 days..

popularity, will be porti'uyed : Footman Ivan McCollom; the I Ernest DaU. heity."xiliAjrder' > ., ..
by Jonn HoUgoo. With a cnnt I H<_xrt Thllai'en, Bobby! Dod I, I ly conduct: and vOly tJartI littoxlcatlon. -

of 45 characters, this play: Bonnie Oraudon, Tatty Johnson : $103 fine or SJO ,
and Carol Cox First 1e..a.
!la an all-comedy< production ; days.
r full of fun and laughter from Lady in Waiting Wanda James Conroy, Voluntary intoxication -

beginning to Old( and will le- Lowls.! 827.5( or five days. ...
.,, !- light every member of the The cast of 45 charactersalso Willie Richard WlmJ: reclc- "

-a r" family It Is being directed Includes) soldier> gardeners less driving! flight .to avoid: ..
and staged by Mrs Ruth flowers, and ladies in arrest; $S3 fine. "" -
I .. Mt/"; A' Bumba. speech instructor at waiting. Catherine Hill, attempt to
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defraud Innkeper; $3250 bond\
II _: J el l ;illllttJ crl a BHS.Other main characters are* forfeited,, =..

I .. y .. t : s i k y The Red Queen, Mary Ann Mayor's CourtThe Oliver Redmond Kendrick es..w
s.a. _._-- \ Oraudun ; King of Hearts, attempt to-defraud !ini'keeper.

I Bradford CouiUy'n thriving: poultry Industry. In featuredIn Sickroom lK'ene. calling J attention to serahs' available' An Intere( sting hnrtlrultm" exhibit, featuring a ntliitoturn' / Robert Dyal 1 : the dls- $6250 bond'forefelted' .It
of the sic. at home, IK shown by the Bradford '' |1'u'OUt'| || Knenhnu! In shown by the Kdwatlomil: Uro ](nave, Stephen Smith; Cho- following cases were ._,rI
this' exhibit, complete with Incubator In which bah) cure I Court
poses of ItMJyor's
I Public Health Nur..IAth,/ l I Iry; Couicf.Tornado purtnicnt of the !ltl1.'.' 1'rlnoii. shire Cat, John Walker; HAMMOND ...,.
rhkkft are hatched from the a'/gg. riat-itnN show bird County Rabbit, Kathy Kby'' ; the Tuesday night: I "

population of the county ail: 1,620,000 broiler{ 800,000 somnolent Dormouse, Stephen Eugene Sylvester JIcRae: I ORGAN STUDIO

I I I i layer; and '740,000 pullet. Golfers Top Lake City "Alice In Wonderand"'ComedyI / Wade; Mud Halter Mary Mike Jackson Hart.- disorderly profane and conduct indecent by langu-uslnfr Fa,(.Cory Authorized: ',,n-:?.'':'
I ; Caterpillar _
Set At BHS! Monday NightI ley; Duchessi Judy Whitehead; age, voluntary Intoxication ''!In.'moM
i BHS Coach Adkinson Named RecordTornado I the Oook, Annette Padgett; disorderly conduct by fighting, Srles, 81; plorvice the'> 'emy way np'fLearn "
For I to plor
Loop I I Hllt\:' students Wohdbrlaivl' In the BHS audl- \ Courtier, Jan Rakes; Uxecutlorter !: destroying private property; 110 N. WX 10th Ave.
i Basketball 'Coach Of Year'Coach present Ann' Coulter Marten's torlnm ;MOI)<\VJ.V flight, April Linda Griggs: March 30 days. i GuhMmvlll ShlFl."PIDC eeaa!
golfers bear; Lalte nave nothing to do with the I delightful c comedy "Alice In 3, In thU year which dates Hare, William Scogglna; Twoe.I Leo Richardson, voluntary : y:
In, a' road ,, outcome, .
.. "" City 4 i to Vi .... ...... .... .
Warney Adklnson, rt"Il remain -+* 1..4..4 I --- : w----.
I ".\. match Tuesday ''to undefeated i-mniimilmm, mm lfl mummim n mm
Bradford High basketball mentor tt.a. In Florida StaT' Coh-
has been named Area ference play as they head

Coach' ,of the Year by theO d0l I Into. the loop, tournament in
+I"p..vt11.. ,' Sm"" an honor he Live Onk Friday.
rharea!\ .with daas AA Oalnea Now 5-0 In conference play ;
villa High Coach: Garnle Hatch. : \ and 6-3 overall Coach Mike CHEVY

BHS' Wayne McLeod almost Sexton's squad also ''beat 4
won his second player of the I Orange Park 3.1 and lost ,(
:agar? award as he gave GHS' I to tougH Green Cove 2Va; to
Frank Hartman stiff com petition irk' this week, both of those' II .
for that honor in basket- matches being played on the. ___
ball. McLeod won the honor Starke Golf and County Club

as a quarterback: of the Class Course. BALDWIN CHEVROLET SALES SPECIAL :;
Tornado A
A State Champion David Silcox: came from a
Grid i Squad, and he had a two, (itrok deficit In Lake v
brilliant cage season average City to shoot a 39 to take
i Ing 17.6 points over 30 games,. low score honors, beating his BISCAYNE FAMILY 2-DR. EXTENDED ,
Coach Adkinson and Mc opponents' 40 by a single 1967 ,flUU
Leod were runners-up for the 'stroke. Down two strokes, THRU
respective awards lost season. Silcox: picked up one on the SEDAN a =

This Is also the first year fourth. hole, another on number SAT. APR. 1ST "*"
that Bradford High's football five, went ahead one -
basketball coaches havo .- FULL SIZE CHEVROLET .,, .
and stroke on the seventh, and .. ", .\" Lit (.w
both won the honor. Coach Adkinson tied (the last two holes. I .- I I
Coach Adklnson tutored the Coach of Year Jim Godwin had a two : :
basketball squad through an stroke penalty on the ninth I -- .. MAC BALDWIN -.. e.
outstanding 23-7 cage seasonin hole because of two lost balls, '' Owner
his second year at BHS. High from Blountstown after but, Bank a putt to beat his' Standard and Optional Equipment
He has brought BHS banket- I an outstanding tenure! there, opponent 4647. Bill Adams
'Including a Class B state Pushbutton transistorized radio Cigar lighter\: ,
boll out of
obscurity compilinga hot a 43 -to beat his man 10 __
39-18 over-all record Including I champion team and another strokes and Harry Hatcher Outside rearview mirror Dual master cylinder brake system a

a 16-11 mark last which went to the state finals tied ,ut 4O-40 with his man. Backup dual lights Brake failure warning light
only to miss out by onepoint. '
season.. Adams was low man last Deluxe fresh air heater Lane change directional signals
Both of his Tornado teams Thursday in the Orange Park seat latches
Strongly In the running for Parking brake warning light Folding front
have to the finals of
gone win with a 39. Ho has the
the top coaching post were dash Vinyl headliner
the regional tournament before lowest team average ,with a'' Padded a
Keystone Height's.es Rhoden visors Magic mirror exterior finish
losing out. Thin season 41,5 in the nine matches and sun
!the Tornadoes lost to Crest- who got his Indians to the \Vt team points i Windshield washers Bright metal hub caps __ ,
view in overtime to miss out regional Class C fInals Cross syncronized transmissionFoam
Harry Hatcher, with a 43 Two-speed electric wipers Fully -
on a berth in the state play. City's Eddie Petrlcka whose average, has the most team cushion front seat Passenger guard door lOCKS ..1961 --
Dixie Co. Bears lost only one
points ,at fift.I Silcox is close ,, lock
offs.But in the regular season : Seat belts front & rear Glove compartment ...
their 19-6 record in game behind Adams with a 42 aver- ...
Ash in rests .
and P. K. Yongre's Wilbur Seat belt retractors trays rear arm
regular season play and overall age and four team points. '-
23-7 record makes the 1966- Itotklna: whose Blue Wave Jim Godwin Is averaging 44 Color keyed wall to wall carpets Crank operated ventipanes $66.94 Per Month -:..
I progressed during the ,season absorbing steering column SPECIAL I PRICE
67 basketball{ squad rank with strokes and has four team Day-night inside mirror Energy
the best in the of from an oft-beaten club to a All body standard featured l! T w
history points.( J. Roy Chasteen has Four-way hazzard switch.. ,Fjsher ,10 1 % DOWN
I the school I nearly all-winning one. one. point and a 51 stroke Automatic interior light switch' '
Adklnson came to Bradford average In two matches and 44e
Mike Mitchell has played' In FIVE YEAR or 50,000 MILE WARRANTY S 1994 Includes" Life Ins.,
and sent Crosby 'to third. J 1967 TUK Sales Tax,
BHS Nine 7-0 Graudon Immediately broke one match and shot a 68. PLUSFREIGHT! / ,
A match in Paloitka next BANK RATE INTEREST Freight
for second, luring the St.
Over JacketsFreshman Tuesday will wind up the .
Augustine catcher Into attempting
1987 season except for the
the peg K boo Group Tournament. to be 4 : "
Mark Graudon boo which allowed Crosby to played April. 13 in Jackson :; ,\ ', BONANZA ,DEALrrrT .?
hurled ,a nifty three-hitter and score from thlid. Graudon was vale Conference champion .
safe at second, collecting the '
his Tornado teammates finally will be determined Friday
found the scoring combination fifth stolen bag of tho inning .
in Like Oak; season standings ,
as they routed the St. for the Tornadoes I
Augustine Yellow Jackets 7-0 The Yellow Jackets stemmed ; / TON.I
Thursday for their first victory the rally at this point with
of the young '67 season the score 4-0, only to face Tornadoes Win
Graudon never In trouble another three-run Tornado onslaught -; 1
I Went the seven Inning distance ( In the fifth. Bryan 8 Points AtLee I
and allowed only two Yellow Erwin, walked to lead things! PICKUP
Jackets to advance to scoring off, and center fielder Marlle' Relays
position. Sanderson sent him to HCO
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Tornado sllckmen started ond with a single. Erwin I
things off with a first inning moved to third on a wild I An eight point performancewas ;(

tally courtesy of 'the jittery pitch, and scored on Wayne I IMcLeod' turned< In by Tornado i
Jacket when Bryan Erwin Infield single. San trackmen, last Thursday at the' PLUS
walked; stole second and scored derson was forced out on a Lee Relays as they placed in I I J697 FREIGHT[

.on an error. grounder by Paul :McLeod, only three events. I
Another St. Augustine bob and Wayne stole 'third to set "J'm disappointed with the ED ROBERTS
ble ol a Wayne McLeod the stage for the game's big I perfoimance," Coach: Devil:: Used Car Manager
grounder gave life to a three. blast a two run triple Hurse said.: "We should be :

run fourth Bradford Inning. rally McLeod in pro-the by scored Dale, both Crosby McLeod- which: much are now., farther" along than we|! NO NEED TO GO OUT OF TOWN FOR A COT RATE DEAL !

The remained 7-0 after .w
ceeded to steal second, and score I Andy Mayton placed! fifth
scored on brother Paul Mc- St. Augustine managed to get with his discus tons of 139'8"
Leod's "ingle. Paul stole second two| runners aboard In the and PleD Qnann pole vaulted'I
and third, shaking up sixth with no outs, only to 11'8": for fifth place. The BHS, @) PLUS GET LOCAL SERVICE ,0 l.
Jacket pitcher Ronnie Fehr see their opportunity fizzle a/* distance medic team of John : Y ...-
who then walked Tornado first Grlt don quickly retired the Watren Roger Chllson,. PIenn; -

baseman The speedy Dale Big Crosby.Rod con next three HoSoor batters.*! Unarm placed ,third.and William Scogglns Everything We Have Is On Sale Any Car In Stock -- Cost Plus JO% =
Unued to torment Fchr as St. Augustine 0000000 Coach ,Hurse .pointed out ....

of Crosby the tag slid for Into another second ahead theft I Bradford The Tornadoes Co. 100330-wHI' play several good performances on relay teams byIndividuals' ,, v 1966 Demonstrator $$1.000 Discount Demonstrators $$800 Discounts l
Pitcher, Graudon, not to be Lake City here Frfdrty night whtth didn't place Gary Mo- L : IMPALA COUPE YD
left odt of things!* at the plate'' I I a.-
at 7:30: In the first of three Has! turned In gooi half ,,
singled to score Paul McLeod a ; LOADED _....___...-_....._:.__ r
mile at 2:08: 9 on the two mile;i _
'J relay: team. Marshall Beam ran '
I '. a S2.7 quarter! on the! mile re' 'I
ST. ---- CHOICE OF 2V2 .
1 :1 l lay Larry quarter Brown expected to I Bonanza USED' CAR SpecialsSalesman

MILLION CAR OWNERS ,, help the Tornadoes, has been I JIW LAWSON
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out with an Injured knee. He
'has practiced only twice* so PASSENGER CARS MECHANIC'S
Car insurance by Nationwide Mutual! Quality ,''far. I PICK UPS ee ee
:1 p protection: low rates coast-to-coast claim service, Sbnlors Roger Chllson and I ,n i ,

easy-pay plans. Check coverage rates with' NatIonwide :I 'harry McRae1 have b en elected I 1966 Rambler Ambassador 11ThTh t :

The company with new ideas for a trackmen.co-captains of the 1967, 'I''I 1966 Chevrolet Pick-Up V.8. automatic, heater, $ < 595 S I

new era! The Tornadoes will go back city police car' ____._____ a e

to Jacksonville Friday for the t Fleetaide' long wheel base, $. 495 1955 FORD /2 TON
BILL POWELL 1965 Ford Custom 2DoorV8
annual Lee Invitational, : radio and heater -,' _
radio and PICK. UP 89.95:
automatic $
401 W. Madison St. Phone 961-6164 I I 1'195
Starke, Florida j night frames! aimed at'giving '.a 1964 Chevrolet Pick-Up heater ____________ .

I 'the'public a'Saturday better opportunity will ': 1963 Ford Country Sedan 1964 LAND ROVER
Visit Our Booth At The Fair ,'to they I Stepxide, I long wheel base,
go to" Orange Park for a 2 995 radio heat
9-pasa. ,
'' p.m. game and* next Tuesday "' ; heater .____-_____-_ ___ wagon STATION WAGON
H /f air cond.,. power steer- $ This Week April 4, to Gainesville r / ing & brakes, V$. automaticer JL J.Z7O Radio heater 4 wheel drive warn
High for a 7:30: pm. game. 1963 Chevrolet. 1-Ton hubsspeed transmission, new tired. :;..;;;.
They played In Ljve, Oak' ,
'Tuesday, March 28, but the 1962 Impala 4-Dr. Sedan BONANZA ::-

results were not available.A .j ERMIE JONES, Cab and chassis, dual rear $995 V-8" automatic, power $1 095) $1595

a- Salesman wheels, radio and heater xteering. radio heater SALE
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property BH, of NI3<4 or NE'4 .f noHaat! ...-"' ,i -. , of NBI.! BOO: IT, T-s-a. 'itaia! .act[ Hntlfleate tf oar-. door on the firm. Monday In .Chiirlus, C*. Darly;
I Growers ObserveIrrigation Nam;. m whiCh|, aNHHiiHod Eva IItie'tes shall be redeemed a oeordlns' Month of May, 1967 which I" Clerk of Circuit Court of II
.... Grirflu iii",. to law tlie property I III,. let dir or May 1967 Bradford County FloridaDated .
All of .,HlJ' property being In Beacrlbed" la euott vrtlfloat se Ibis, Z1rd cluy' of March 3-3O 4t 4 40
the I C'our.tjr n( Bradford, State *rU lo tes wUI *>e aolA to tbe

I Successful In Saving Berries .> I I -

". HEALTH FACTS I Attend The Fair. .

An apparently suce safu day at the University of Fluri,I I agricultural engineers: hard freeze in anI (-, strawberry recorded on plants the. leaves ranged of fron the< I 0'iirn, orKOIl APPLU'.O'll' NERVOUS G GI
method of saving strawberries da Experiment Station. tlclpatlon a. TIX' l)KKIt'NUTICH : TENSION' (then treat the family
temperatures Assistant County Agen., had designed tests plots using 16 degrees on. the plants that IS IIRRKB (1IVRNthut .
from prolonged freezing: 1 said l the local varying amounts of water. were not Irrigated to 31 do L ? ,Curl I Hurnt I the holder ol Is another one of the many complaints that ,I
by use of Irrigation Bobby Taylor the rullowlnir. oortlfiratcii" has t tI
was observed by half dozen : growers came o.way'convlnced I' One of the major results grees on the loaves of planti rilHd. fUtlll certified. ... In,' a tuxcleecl respond favorably to Chiropractic care. Sedativesor I h I
Is that yields receiving the two higher rates be litfttied thereon The H at t e.flstafiii
Bradford growers lust Thurs12WHes. I the Experiment Station saved 'from the study lertirirute to number' anil years tranquilizors may ease the tension temporarily I I .
fruit killer!!
"Of the was
the berries But noting the of up to 3,000 pints per acre course of I iHNiinnrft, ihe iloHcM'lullon of I. but permit the condition to become progressively
of the rtrawberry have already been harvested on those plants which were the property, and the names. 'I Ifi '
I market over the years, they from plants that were protected not irrigated,' Locascio said. which It wan liaHusHed< Are. cifoilowe worse. Only the removal of the nerve pressure by :

questioned whether saving a with Irrigation.County "For a frost control system Certificate. No. 43 Tear oflnHminrt a properly trained and equipped Chiropractor will
crop of berries would bi ing Agent George Hug- like this to work It must be ,, I9fl4 "D<*,,frptlon! of correct such conditions. I

\ them any benefit economically. gins says a meeting of local adequately designed" he told -. I Your Chiropractor Is a Specialist in this field. ,
I If growers would have gotten growers Is planned next sum the growers. "The water must THE RIGHT POINT for the Phone him for an appointment today. i
Custom Made : only $2 per flat for the mer after the berry season Is be applied when leaf temperatures the way yea write. Come In DRIVE IN t
For Florida Livin berries that frozen lost Feb. over and all' records In so approach 32 degreesand and select yeur favorite E8TERI1ROOK TOMORROW NEVER COMES -

13, for Instance It might be the growers can compare their must be continued! until fountain pen. I
Gt't More better to have them come in results with the experiment the wet-bulb temperature goes TELEC.RAI'JIci.s.4IF.fl.. \ (A public service of the North East Florida 301 NORTII PHONE

YOU would be station's. around 32." Chiropractic Assn.) I ..... 96.J.6.J11v
For Your $ $ late If the market - - -
higher. Even with a short two- "No fruit will! be mature He pointed out that besides I,., .... J _

No Salaried or Commissioned week picking season, they could from the plants that were not getting the right amount of
EmployeesDAD still have a profitable year If Irrigated until around April water on the plants for the

berries would sell as high as 1," said pro Sal Locascio associate right length of time good
& BRAD LARSEN $4 or over. horticulturist with the surface drainage Is a must

LIKE TO WORK At least one farmer however Experiment Stations and one "Otherwise you're going to ,
said he Intends to try of three who designed the end up with water on your i

YOU Benefit! Irrigating five acres next year. I study plots. plant beds and then there's a
I "
leaching problem, he said. I
II Asat. Agent Taylor and He said two strawberry
I I Dalton. Harrison associate _
County Agent George Hugglns varieties Florida 90 and _
All Size' Display I used for agricultural( engineer saId the ___. ._ .. .
!*! !on accompanied growers Oscar Daybreak were m. -- -.. '- .....
I --
estimated Initial cost for I
8-JO-12 Wide'I Carter, Arthur Gawklna, Jim. the frost study. "Yields following an
irrigation system on a five- I HASTINGS MATTRESS FOB RENT furnished uP- IN8UK.VNUK) I
Baths Gaskins, Edwin Starling the hard freere: aver-
li/i my acre plot would run In the ,) AU & UPHOLSTERY WORKS stairs apartment 3 large rooms, AT REDUCED RATES I FRONT ALIGNMENT
Leon Stalling, and Bud Harley aged about 1,800 pints per
and Expandable to the meeting. It was acre from the plants receiving neighborhood of $3,800 for one 11\:'I'lit:III 710 Lemon, St. PalaU.. and bath, air conditioned automatic AUTO FIRE. BOAT Lutet Precision Equipment,
able to .13 of inch ......_. gas heat. Washington DOYLE E. JCONNRB:;
set up so the growers couldsee ,13 of an Inch of water per apply an too IS ward film Furniture Repaired Factory Trained Mechanics,'

New and Used the contrast between berries hour, 1,044 pints per acre of water an hour. "A system I ICai'h. ..!" over. .1(1( _. __.07 Upholstered & Refinished anAl Grand. 5500.: Call Waldo INSURANCE AGENCY I All Work Guaranteed. '
capable of handling .26 of an exotic:
of : ThIS Week Special
Irrigated through freezing -from plants receiving. ( 18 REBUILTNew
lsr.; rhar. If norf 0
inch hour would coat' .
8-Yr. financing available weather In 'contrast to an inch? per 'hour and 2,683 around per$6,700." he said. j I. pit... In iul....<.. .,...,__-2n Innersprings $5.55
some that were not tnl..ated. pints per acr' from: plants CARL BEGGS
--I Both systems, he told the MKWOKIAI: npiooi.e'rea's.: and Box Springs parts extra If neededFIRESTONE
Use Our Rental-Pur Vegetable Crops Specialist getting .26 of. an Inch per include I I 4 U crnte l..r vvgral, Gulf Service 'MARYCARTER
hour Locascio Bald. I growers a pump a I Drop Us A Card or Call
chase Plan-Payments Mason Marvel said experiment : 300-foot deep well, electric I CAIII) OP TIIA\K. PALATKA DA 5-916 USED PARTS I 312 'W. Madison
I and The coldest temperaturesSTALUNGi'S ... .,...
station researchers Ito wurilK aj.KOl.urh
Under$50 Per Month I I motor, portable pipe, risers p word o..r ao-----,<,..MI MRS. PEGGY!: SHALLEB Top Price for Wrecked pars
.- I II awl sprinklers for these prices.II::1 I I I 809 E.. AdUns 8t. 24 Hour Wrecker Service I BE SURE TO OKS: WORLD>>

I- YOUR BEST' BAP..0AN.ADULT : Stark Agent -a- Fuel Oil -.. I BOOK before buying mnjther ,
NOWll THE RIGHT POINT for the encyclopedia. AC. ....
the way you write. Come In EDUCATION :oliusea. AAA 9 Si: II Green Stamp. I PAINTS Payne your lootd representative -

CORNER and select your favorite ESTER Join now. Ekamentary and REDUCED FROM 9100 TO Ilwy. 801 N. Waldo since 1908. Box 62*.
Secondary. Phone 804-0091 J1181998Lawn Phone 964-6560. tfobg
ROOK fountain I
pen. PE"R
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE I TLLIJGKAPII. days: 964-6800. ,et11l\16a.. tt $70 MO. 102 E. Brownlee St.

OASIS I LOUNGE: NEW ONE BEDROOM Complete LIne I Myers Power Tools
Full Lake Privileges I Nation Wide I Mower of I Area. Headquarter' Tot

GARDEN, APTS. Lawiunowera Fow. ,Tee s
Homestead Exempt- Your CLOSEST Spot For REPAIRLAWN Paint Factory
McCulloch CttsJn Saws,,
Financing I LIQUOR WINES BEER; MOWERS 102 E. Brownies, St. AIR CONDITION(; Tune-up or Over Paintsand ',PumpsWUr. Systems)
haul. New Wheel. Controls -
Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. NOW Reg. $1.99 Gal Value NEXT, .TO B.H.8 ON etc.Ve also Iluve Brlgg Jk..StraUss Eng&Me
Lake Geneva Avoid' the rush at Rentals Sale S rvl *
3 Gal. For $5.00 WASHINGTON ST. I Pick-up and Delivery Serv 230 NJE.: ISth Ave.
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M BUSH'S GULFSTATION ice.
j I ,.. Gainesville)
Trailer Sales SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS Keg. $2.99 Gal. Value Call CALLFIRESTONE SuppliesFor STVS411tfenm.,.
Where You Buy Your I
Oo Route 100, One Mile 8EKev OR QUARTS, Fish lialt and Tifkle 4 Gal. For '$10.00 ; MR., MASON 964-7392 USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned .

.. N. TEMPLtVE.: $15 10 different :
cono llelpht' up.
; or'fllest 'Tew 313 W. Madison All Purposes
Open Sun. & Evening 8 MI. South of Starke on U. $. 301 ilONK: 1)04-7301) Reg. $3.99 Gal. Value i car- Starke to,... tf ,name brand to choose from. r rmak. ,
repair ill
Parts & excellent
-- 4Gal.For'$12.00UNDERWATER Kealtyp l Inc. ZIPPERS .... KIRBtf SALES 'A
,------- r i :rr .. -. __ll-IIJIUu1w ,LACY CONWAY I

. ... ... .. --" .. .. .. .. ".-.- ---- Gainesville, Ph. 376-6161 I FLYING SERVICE I SERVICE 712 N.; Main Gaines \
--" ..." ....., ", ,.... 0' T' -- .- n .. -- ... .. .. .. .:: : I FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- 7 & 10 In lOc I v'i11e376-7110. tfch* ;
_' 2906 N. W. 13th St.
rentals. Bus
WEED CUTTING plan.Charter. Keep your party together 14 In. .. 15c I

All Types charter a bus. Phone 22 In. I I 25c The Rancher Ii
964-6090. tfchg ,

4 reasons Bulldozer '&. ONE STOP! and Inc.Western: i
good I Openings for waitresses I MARRIED COUPLES"WANT

Drag Line Wort MASONRYMATERIALS, I truck drivers. ED for cottage parent work, 0 Wear !

J. C. "Gardner1'lONE I Central couples start at J443 per mo.
Employment Service education 9, 21 Guns
Minimum age O
964-mO 964-6557 plus. 5 day week. In general
it's time to buy I married couples work same O Livestock.
why THE RIGHT POINT for the ,
shift. Qualified single persons
George E. LaRueINSURANCE select your favorite ESTER Supplies
also accepted. It 'Interested apply -
Ready 'Concrete
= AGENCY :MK Concrete BROOK fountain pen. TELE-- .
In Personnel. Of'Ice.
Block. Sand. Rock. person O Saddlery
TOO write. Coma In and
Where Medicare Stop'" .'' Cement,;; .Mortar" Steel Oyster .- way GRAPH. Sunland Training Center. ,
: WE STAHTt Stall.. LJmerock. Roof Gainesville. tchg 3-30 FREELAND BROWN
: 67 Mustang Low Cost Medicare, Ilus i .
your Protection All Ix>W As Gravel Pretest Lintel and A Cliumlflwl Ad In the TELE-- THE RIGHT POINT for tli- Manager
$66 A Year Window, $I1ll.... Everythingfor GRAPH brings ,....,,,1t.. the way you write. Come It .
Construction. 6th'Street
Owners'' Mtwoiuy ( I favorite ES-:!
Auto Fire Howe APPRAISALS AND and your
.. Life & Accident'Keystone I CONFIDENTIALINFORMATION TERBROOK fountain pen. Near Livestock Market

ENUICE NURSERY: i Concerning property and prop NEW MOBILE homes Chick Gainesville. 37(5-4595(

Tomato and Pepper plants erty values In Florida Prop lahA' 20' & 24' wide Buddy. -
banded Annuals, Citrud trees I Ready Mix Plant erty. Over thirty years experience Clemson, Layton Travel I Trail. No. 497 Nice.. completely

and Ornamental shrubs. :3 'atKeyston I In Real Estate mat- I era. Liberty. Taylor. Azalea furnished.. 2 bedroom bungalow ,
miles. North -of LawteY' on 301. HeightsFor 'ters and Active Real Estate buy sell trade. Year bank fi all utilities, approximately -
Turn West at Phone I Broker since 1953. A. J. Trailer Marl .
sign. nomclnir.! Buckeye 1 acre shade tree*
782-3463.: 2tchg 4-6 Better Service To Thomas, Realtor Tel. 964- 701.I Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd In town. Uttderprlced. at
I Park 264-2131. tfchf
Orange 7700.
'V '1 MALES ATTENDANT 8 That Area. 3 and
FOR RENT room No. 476 Cattle and Tirober -'

I _L' c VT through 12 grade education. We Will Not Be I'' bath furnished cottage CIS WORLD'S SMALLEST!: electrl.. Ranch at ZOO 'acres,'ISA

n .q $1 l-" I! A'iI Age 18, 2 years state Northeast residency. Undersold. I Nona St. tfchg adding machine: adds subtracts acre In Improved pasture,"

ii /I Personell Office i I JI multiplies: has credl. 70 tu-res wooded. Tenant'

Fla. State Hospital Macclen- I WANTED Dependable balance. Only'$109.50 Brad. house.. Call for price.. and.
4-13 ,
ny Fla. 4tchg: Bradford I white man with experience to rord County Telegraph tl! terms.STROUT

1 work at service station. Apply REALTY
/xiYII FOR RENT Two bedroom, I
I S ij1 two bath concrete block homeon L. B. (Red) Alvarez, 109 FOR RENT 2 bedroom 2117 N. Twnple Ave. Starke.
Kingsley. Lake Prefer year Engineering N. Temple Avenue. 3tchg 4-6 furnished house. Adults only Fla''((904)) 964-6609., Free Loc0 -

round tenants Phone 583-2621. I Apply 309 North Water Sttfchg l List. >___

I .. 2tp 3-30 FOR SALE 'Make an offer Beef
FOR SALE' ''i Big Boy.
I' 3 bedroom 3 bath home. 407
BEAUTIFUL LAKE. FRONT Co. Stenk. tomato plants; shrubbery -
\ W. Washington St. 2tp 3-30 FOR RENT Unfurnished Azaleas reduced price.
Subdivision Cam. Reserve .
and hard road. Property in. Phone Starke I two BR house outside cIty. Geraniums. V. R. Ferguson

City Limits, Andrews Subdt- 964.5403Keystone HELP WANTED Furnished apartments in RaUord Rd., 964-6221.,
'67 Mustang Hardtop Starke. W. H. Nollman. tf chg Stcbg 330REJNT
I vision north of Reception Cen-r COME WHERE
ter Rood 121. All subdivision -
Ready TilE ACTION IS FOR Small
:aoned and FHA approved. For FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished
Mix apartment,. Utilities furnished
E houoe. 308 8. Water
Information tall or i i write :
social and
continuous 127
I Enjoy $10 week. M. R. Judd
B. Andrews P. _0 POX :65, 473-4285 Itchg per
recreational activities (National Lafayette St. Phone 964. 951.
be driving America's No. 1 Fun Car Lake Butler, Fla. or phone Keystone' Celebrities Big- tfchg
I 1. You'll million. Prices start as low as 496-4671. or Brown Realty Time Sports). Work ba l FOR SALE A STARKE
the one that's outsold all imitators by over a Lake City. Phone 7:1: -3001 Ural atmosphere with pleasant MOTEL. adj. Elk's Club. FOR SALE Pet .rabbits

I 2.' You'll live it up in the all-new, larger, sportier 4tp 4-13 BRICK HOUSE! nearing com surroundings at the Fourteen rooms. plus larger any size now available at

I 5'' better ideas for '67. 3. You'll pletion, S bedroom. lit bath. Owner's or Manager's quar Smith's Shell Station,Lawtcy.:
loaded with $2290
Mustang, SINGER AUTOMATIC Locate just out side of city UNIVERSITYof trs. All With TV Air Con Stchg 3-30
U get the best deal in town. 4. A rough winter up CONSOLE MODEL 'imlts.; Small down payment. ditioning. Tile 'Baths. 'CranePlumbing -
that Sewing machine Zlg Zags, ," FOR SALE -::- 4 ,wheel trailer"
loaded us with extra Mustangs Easy monthly terms. Phone FLORIDAGainesville etc. !Also Kelvinator
has M.
north blind stitches buttonhole, with frlgerator body $200.
964-6843, Buford Mitchell, P.O. Foodorama Norge Elec.Range. .
now. il! Yes, prices on the sporty new decorates etc. Original price /' Judd, : 127 Lafayette St.
V must move i.<... > Box 238, Starke.: tfchg Hot Point Washer, Hot
..,- start at an Phone 964-B951.. tfehg
Mustang Hardtop $299. Has balance of $67, :-01 'Utilize your clerical skllK. Point Dryer etc. Also Includedin

) Visit your unbelievably low figure. See reliable party In this e.raa'car (COMPLETE FULL SIZE foam Position available from one 'low bargain price: Two FOR SALE: New' General

.. us today for our low prices, assume $2 weekly payments, led with frame. J. W. beginners to executive ..>crtarleH. *- Rental Homes. Two new Stor. Electric built In dishwasher.
I Ford Countryheadquarters hightrade.insandeasymonthly Will take older machine1r Plympton, Phone 782-3793.: Full benefit. pro- age Houses Two servant'' Wholesale cost. Mrs. J. R.
_I i I ; I trade. Phone COLLECT. Jacksonville It chg gram. Call collect. Area Quarters.. 63: Pecan Trees etc! Bulllngton.! 964-7271. tfchg
I I I I rmstosuityourbudget.Get 353-1946.: Ask fo. 904. 376-3261 extension 'Approx. 18 acrea US 301 4 -
C I your Ford Dealer's selling price. credit manager Will deliver ,fur-I 2643 or write Central Employment Market Road. Unlimited possibilities .; BUILD ON YOUR LOT -
no obligation. 2tehg 3-Sf:: SMALL HOUSE for rent Your: ours. Small
.. today! Center, University Shopping C-nter'l: : plans or
nlahed. Nice for couple only.
etc. down payment. See models .in
: of Florida. Gaha flwllle. Housing Development.
FOR SALE 64 4-door
R Brannen.. 620 W. Weldon
( value for $3SOOO\ Plnebreeze. Buford Mitchell.
Florida. An equal $100,000
Dodge radio and Dart heater standard Excellent shift, Street:' Ph. 964-6449. Itp tunity employer. oppor- Total Price for' quick sale: phone '9 .4-6853. P, O. Bo*

I Itchg 4-8 Reasonable terms. Land alone 238. Starke.' tfchg

TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour condition Mrs. R Chltty and mileage.phone $800 964. CURB HOP WANTED 11airU worth more than this sacrifice WANTED Curb girt "Apply -
..to 4 p.m. Single or out price I I I Bradford
g 5798. tfchg at TUck' Drive In. tfchg! !
of school. 'Apply In person Brick Home County just paid $94.000 for

I PUMPS: & WATER SYSTEMS Taatee-Frees Drive In. '301No'rth. 126 Parker Sreet smaller lot for New County' FOR RENT. 9 room boase

SALKS: &: SERVICE Itchg 3 bedrooms. 2 baths cen. Courthouse just 3/10 of a 6' mfles west of Starke; $23:
a Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford andS I HVNK FINANCINGIllRRANCE heat and e-Ir- cond. dish washer mile away. So write or phone a month. J. Lv'Wynn, Lake

Union Counties and ''Keystone Heights PUMP CLOSING OUT.-- O. E. and automatic washer and dryer Bill Summers Starke. 964 Butler. lip
SUPPLY CO. V. 91. Phonographs., new and I plush carpets and drape. 5801. or better still drive over
I '-ntlna stock. Lowest Price 22000.00 with terms. to carefully check' this "Once FOR RENT Two-2 bedroom
Florida PHONE 964-720(1(I 133 N. TKMFLK.: iwed I ,
,206 W. MADISON ST. Starke PHONE 964-7061 bargain. price-*. Bulllngton' II[Call and let me show It. A. .J. t In a. Lifetime Bargain".. trailers. Westmoreland Trailer

., .-- Tel. 964-570. 3tp 4-13 Par':. Ph. 064-6857. .tfchgPAnR
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: > t... NEWS And NOTES

i LOOKS For Today's Homemakers k -

i Two Party Government Moves Ahead IT L LIKE A By Martha Sue McCain

March 28, 1967
II Once again the ballots are in be retired to private life. Dear Mr. Matthew: County Extension

and counted and a tired electoratecan These two men have provided I think It Incumbent upon i. HOT; SUMMER Home; Economics Agent

take a breather after six or able leadership for our State all the County Commissioners 5pk' s

more trips to the polls this year Legislature and it would have to get to work 100 per cent on

a record no doubt, for the been a serious blow to the State having our courthouse Lullt on STRAWBERRIESWhen or 964-5471.entitled This circular USING Is
the Legion property.The No. 215
eaten fresh or frozen -
State of Florida.In had they been defeated. (
war + FRUITS -
opposition very strawberries are one of FLORIDA
Tuesday's voting, Florida The decision on a courthouse ulck to say the properLy that our best sources of Vitamin STRAWBERRIES.COUNTY .

moved a step closer toward two- site( for Bradford County also had been purchased could be 'L ;? C-equal to the orange and FAIR

party government, with Republicans contained little element of surprise sold at a profit if the courthouse 'V : : grapefruit.' Florida produces By the time this paper la

gaining enough seats in the although a committee of could have been left delicious strawberries for printed, the Bradford County

Senate to sustain Governor Kirk's downtown businessmen waged an where it was. But there was commercial sale as \ ell as In Fair should be in full swing.
never anything said about the If you haven't been to the
the home garden.To
veto at the active campaign to keep it in the 4Ii
properbv where the courthouse Fair yet come on out and Join
central business district until avoid bruises take a lot
legislative session. Republicanswill up YOU THERE!
is located could also be sold at the FUN. SEE
the last minute. With the Legion of care not to bruise the
also dominate the new Senatorial a sizeable amount.
berries Bruising destroys the
district proprety already purchased by The method used to hold the
comprising Duval, Trained LionsIn
Id" c. flavor and vitamin C NEVERlet
Nassau, Baker, and Union Counties the former' County Commission straw vote !in an effort to keep d (t strawberries stand in

although Democrats man- majority at a cost of around the present location was a S water, and NEVER cap berries Free Act

aged to hold on to all House $100,000 it is understandablewhy blow below the belt. 4; q I J until after they are

seats in the Duval St. Johns -conscious voters wouldgo However Bradford, the got good together citizensof .and w I washed. Rinse in about three At The FairFun
County district. along with the decision. clear waters quickly, dipping
tried to overcome the sudden
Otherwise in this part of the Although still favoring a cen- move made by the opposition, berries In and out fast Re- Zones, Inc., the amusement
and drain in col
move caps
State there were few surprisesor tral location -The Telegraph said and I may say it seems with ? ander or strainer.To company operating mid
Republican upsets. Democratswon in a pre-election editorial that success. *( \\t way attractions at the 17th
"we are willing to abide by the Yours for a better communIty Serve Fresh after annual Bradford County Fair
in both
handily the Senate decision of the voters next Tuesday washing, capping and drain- has announced a change In
and the House districts which William E. Owen. ..+ S ing, place In bowl and cover special circus acts offered asa
So be it.
include Bradford County.It 416 N. Walnut St. 5'' "ter'4T berries with one cup of sugar free attraction.
Now that the straw ballot Staike. Fla. GOV. to every four cups of Previously scheduled Mario
was gratifying to Sen-
see to which a majority of the "new berries. Let stand until the Rojas world-famed unicyclist
ate President
Verle Pope with- Commission" was pledged has sugar melts. Stir once or has been. cancelled! In favor of
stand the onslaught and win hill been held the board apparently 'No Grazing \ KIRK twice being careful not to a more spectacular act of

seat in the 5th Senatorial district has the signal to go ahead with yYA yr crush the fruit. Chill and lions Fun Zones announced,
Period NearsIn
in spite of strong Republican serve with cream. Swede Johnson's International
courthouse plans with "all deliberate t't$
Shortcake LIons will be presentedon
opposition. There was never Grain ProgramLeaton Strawberry
of speed. Two cups sifted flour, 3 the midway at 4S:3: ( and
doubt that
any course Speaker -
of the House Certainly the Issue has been Morgan, Jr., chair teaspoon baking powder, 1 tea- 9:30: p-m. each day, duringthe
argued long enough. Everythingthat man, Agricultural Stabilization 411 spoon salt, 6 tablespoons Fair.Troop.
ton would be returned to the could be said both pro and Conservation County shortening, two-thirds cups

Legislature although Gov. Kirk and con has been said and the Committee, announced today milk, and 2 tablespoons sugar, 70 Scouts

expressed a desire that he, too, time is now for action. that the "no grazing"( period sweetened strawberries
lor diverted acres under the 1. Sift together flour baking Enjoy CampoutAt

1967 feed grain program will powder, salt, and sugar. cut Crystal LakeBoy
I Recognition Too Long Delayed start April 14. It will con- in shortening and add the
tinue for the following six FARMER'SThe DIARYcompete milk. Mix lightly until like Scouts of Troop 70 en-
months until October 15.: biscuit dough.
Designation of the week 4of firmly devoted to the effectiveness Farmers who are diverting pecan trees have leafed with more chance of 2 Divide into two parts. Joyed a camping Crystal trip to Camp Lakeon

April 2-9 as Chamber of Com- of joint cooperative actionin acreage under the program out 'and as they say the pecans winning prizes It sounds likea Roll each part one-half Inch Montgomery Saturday,on March. 18 and
wrong Spring good Idea, as there are certainly -
merce Week marks the first such the solution of all major problems have agreed not to graze the are be here.never It must, be so, many women around: thick. passed following tests: five-

recognition to be given the move- at the local state and national diverted six-month acres during period a of specific the- must for the woods are olive with here who enjoy fishing justas 3. Spread one part with but- mile hike, cooking wild life
ment locally. Proclamations have levels. ter and place other part on stalking and tracking.
Teamwork of do.
throughand growing season and not cut new growth In all shades much as men
been issued top: or cut into Individual biscuits Scouts taking the trip were
by Gov. Claude
Kirk with Chambers of Commerce hay from diverted acres at green and the spring flowersare '
and Mayor Carl Hurst of Stark, can bring practical lasting answersto any time during the year. blooming. While v/e hada Strawberries should be placing with butter two between.rounds together Buddy Paterson; Randal Zip-
the latter Farmers in the weeks ago coming In soon In greater perer, David Newham Steve
calling particular attention each of the challenging problems participating bad freeze some 4. It preferred, one beaten
to Conservation Reserve and for the most part we had an volume, as the weather has Kirkland Stanley Gay Kert-
our own local chamber. and opportunities being be added to one-half
egg may
nle Chitty, Robin Mulllns.
Adjustment winter we can'tcomplain been good and the fields are
Cropland Programshave so
Such recognition is we I 11-I faced in the U. S. and other agreed not to graze land "open white with bloom. Growers cup of milk to be used in placeof David McRae, Paul West.

deserved. Too often, we are inclined nations" diverted under these programsor are hoping that the weather two-thirds cup milk. Dean Johns and Bob Spencen.

to take the work of the The many good deeds and harvest hay from such land Up north they had: one of will remain on the fairly cool 5. Bake !In a shallow pan Ina They were accompanied by.

Chamber of Commerce-especial. worthy projects undertaken by any time during the life of the worst winters for many By Sam McGarveyno side of things for a while, 425 degree oven for 19 min David. Montgomery Scoutmaster

ly the day-by-day routine too the Starke Bradford County the agreements. years, and Just last weekend, means restricted to the though, as a hot spell wouldbe utes.6. When done, separate lay- and, TQm Hardln... assistant -

much for granted. Another misconception Chamber of Commerce certainly Sixty Bradford County farms. a friend of Alice's carne down men, and the women here ruinous. ers. Spread each layer with Scoutmaster,
-Michael Olssy. scribe
is that the Chamberof lends substance to these words. signed up to participate in from New Jersey, and when are by no means disinterestedin butter' and sweetened berries.
the 1967 commodity diversion- she left: there was a.foot,of. the sport. This week tot' There'*'a 'partlcularlnas.- '
Commerce program la, often Particularly 'we have in mind Place layers together, cover
program for corn. snow on the ground and It Instance, we talked to a ty cold "bug". making the CAP Election
believed 'be with remaining berries. Serveat
to concerned solely the development of the Bradford
was still,snowing. But after a woman, who .told of catchinga rounds now and Sam knows
with the advancement of com- County Fair and the assistance Farm Operators few hours on a plane she was 24-inch long black bass In all about it, as It belted him once with or without! whip- Held TuesdayAn

merce and industry. given Big Dad Manufacturing here enjoying the balmy air Orondin Lake. She said it hard and he's been tottering ped cream. election of officers was
For this and other straw-
Even if this were true then Company a number of years ago Sign Up and the pretty. countryside.. weighed more than her, scale around since. He's talked to berry recipes., write or call the held at the Tuesday night
the Chamber would deserve our which helped them locate here; ASC ProgramA could measure [Cguesued thatIt others who had it, but some- Extension Home Economics meeting of the Civil Air Patrol

active support, for a healthy business the assistance given to Holiday We took "Cappy": Miss ,ran about 11 pounds], and how or other, It seems a lot Office, P.. O, Box 267 Starke with the following among
climate is essential to the Inn of Starke and most recentlythe total of 60 farm operators Ruth Capell down to Cedar that's a monster of a't1sh, worse when U happns to you. the officer selected: M. Derrick -
welfare of free in Bradford County have Key and had a fine seafood for sure. J. Freidman L. Turner
a society. Actually assistance
given Owen Joist
signed to take part in the dinner at the Island Hotel, B.
however. Chambers of Commercein Steel Co. of Starke. up By now we may have a we get busy and straighten B. Titus, C. Flllyaw. Lappe
1967 feed grain program, ac- which included stone crabs By the way, she brought up new Legislature, and we may things out. If It doesn't hap- J. Ramsey, and R. McRae.
communities throughout our Big Dad employs approximately cording to Leaton Morgan, Jr., shrimp and will be held this
crab "fingers; the question as to why there have the courthouse site issue pen, it won't be for lack of 'A bivouac
state and nation have exhibiteda 300 people. Holiday Inn has a chairman Agricultural Stabili- heart of palm salad.While shouldn't be a womau'tt division resolved. Let's hope so, for trying, as we're practically weekend with approximately 40
remarkable diversity of in staff of 65, and Owen Joist will zation and Conservation. Coun- there, we also visited the new in all the fishing con things have been In a tur- bowlegged from running to to 43: cadets participating from

terests. start operations here with about ty Committee. The chairman museum, and found It both tests, so that women can moil and it is about time that the polls lately. Gainesville, Mlcanopy and
One national reported the following county Interesting and informative. Starke. The bivouac area will
executive has 40 employees.The .
signup totals during the signup be in the Starke vicinity.The .
said: "Voluntarism is at the people of Starke join Mayor period which ended March This week was scheduledto local CAP meets each

heart of the American traditionand Hurst in saluting our local Chamber 3 be a bu y one. what with Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the

Chambers of Commerce are of Commerce during its Operators have signed up a the general election' 'Hi Tues- Armory. All interested young

one of the organizations most special week of recognition. total of 60 farms ((47 per cent dwr" rand the straw vote on people are invited to attend.0. .
of the teed grain farms, ) with the courthouse site), and the M. TurnerInformation

I A Need For New Values age.2,062 Estimated acres of corn total base diver-acre- Fair running startin through Wednesday Saturday.and Officer

sion intended. on signed farmsIs All In a'l.' R busy wik and Tift College

Nothing shows more forcefully cancers are caused by too fre- 1.093 acres, or 43 per cent one of the biggest/ of the year
of their total corn base acre- Choir To Sing
how far out of perspective valuesof quent over-exposure to direct

human life have become than sunlight. Uterine cancer took the age.'In Florida, 6,469 farms with the One Fair of will the be highlights the: Beauty of .t at? r At First BaptistThe

the need for the American Can- bases totaling 33.V:'
lives of about 14,000 women; yet feed grain Contest Friday night and we Tift College Choir of.
cer Society's five-year educational due to the Pap test it shouldbe 420 acres signed up to divert know that once amain It will Forsyth. a. will present! a pro-
program to drastically reduce possible to detect this can- 70.333 The bases acres on these farms payment be one of the most outstanding gram of sacred music at 7:30p. :

unnecessary deaths from cancer. cer at a stage when the chancesof account for 47 per cent of events. On Saturday, .i m. Monday In the First

The Society has selected six sites cure are virtually 100 per cent. the total in the State. too a number, of events are Baptist Church.
of cancer representing over 60 Need for intensified and ,f-heduled Includng the big The 38 members of the

per cent of all cancer cases and broadened instruction about can- Mrs. Beulah Saxon Horse the Show Fair, so to there'see, If plentyat you Past Department Commander A. J. Thomas Jr. presents awards to supper choir will in the be entertained First Baptist at

some 48 per cent of all cancer cer is in itself a harsh tragedy. Services HeldWednesday haven't been there yet. County Judge T. A. Yawn (left), and Deputy A. E. Itrown. Church dining. room, preceding -
deaths for- special educational People just do not behave as the program. After the

emphasis. they should. Motivating peopleto Fishing in this section Is by Awards Presented To Judge And DeputyAt concert the girls will spend

These sites of cancer uterus take proper action can be difficult the night at the homes of

breast lung colon and rectum and frustrating as it has Mrs. Beulah Saxon. 83 widow American Legion Birthday Party members of the church before -
died Sunday -
oral cavity and skin accountedfor been to the American Cancer of Will Saxon,Richmond Flags AvailableFor contlnung their tour.
nearly 150,000 deaths in 19G J. Society. How difficult it is, is Va.,, where March she 26. had lived for CasketsOf About 200 Legionnaires, couraglng good law enforcement ridge. The coach and team The ubllc( 1s invited No offering to attend
the concert.
many of them due to lack of shockingly apparent in the five- the past eight years, moving War VeteransM. wJvesH and guests enjoyed the across te! nation. The were congratulated and commended will!be taken. ....r
personal responsibility and personal year educational goals fixed by there from Fort Lauderdale American 'Legion. birthday par- award was ma I- t-, Itrown in on having won the 4th

vigilance. the Society. The goals are minimal where she waa engaged in the T. Dixon, of the Fla. ty at the regular post meeting. recognition of his outstanding: District Tournament last year,
Birth Rate
Take three mercantile business. on March 14. job oa a law enforcement officer and for playing In the Northern -
samples: lung cancer far below ideal but goals of Veterans Affairs, has
in Department Commander and a good citizen.In Area Tournament for the
Mrs. Saxon was born In U. S.
took more than 50,000 lives based on hard experience, that been asked to clarify just who Lowest
June 13. 1883 Frank C. Sholtz of Clear- his speech Commander first time in over 12 years.
last year; most lung cancers the Society believes be Hampton on la eligible for a flag to drape '
are can the daughter of the late Ovid water was the principal speaker Sholtz said that for many The coach was Edgar Ak- Since 1936
caused by cigarette smoking. achieved.We and Mary Jane Cason Hayn- his casket as authorised: by and Past Department Com- years the principal offirt: of ridge, with Edward Akrlrige
Despite Intensive warnings more urge our readers to learn es. Federal law. Dixon says for mander A. J. Thomas Jr. Leglonnnlres everywhere has as assistant. Players were Dunne 1966 the U. S. birth

than half of all teen-agers ignore cancer's warning signals act on is daughter, veterans of the Spanish Am- served as master of cere- been to practice arrl teach Dwight Elder Wayne McLeod. rate derllned to lowest level
Surviving one
the erican War, The Mexican monies. good Americanism and to Dale crosby, Paul McLeod, since the depression year of
scientifically proved dangersto them have annual health
; an of Rich-
Mrs S. M. Simmons Border Campaign, World War A shrimp and chicken din help keep America strong He Charles Howell Marlle Sander- 1936. and total births were
their health and become regular checkup and contribute to the mond; a stepdaughter. Mrs. I, World War n. Korean ner was enjoyed by those attending emphasized that every 'Legion tierson, Randy Jones, Jeffery the lowest since. 1950, accord-
cigarette smokers by the very important work of the Clara S walls of Camilla. Oa. ; Conflict, and certain peace following a ,social naire and every American Jackson, Scotty Rhoden Will in* to the U. S. Public Healthservice.
time they are 18. Skill cancer American Cancer Society during four sisters. Mrs. Bertha time service, the deceased hour starting at 6CO.: should work t to retain the ]Ham Scogglns Bryan Irwin. '

took nearly 5,000 lives; moat skin the fund drive in ApriL Pearce Starke: Mrs. Lillian veteran must have been discharged ,Poet Commander C. J. principles that have kept this Robbie Smith, and Emmett Last year's rate dropped to
PhilliPS Lake City; Mrs. T. J. under conditions Schaefer opened the meeting nation great and to tupport !Akridge, the star pitcher whois 18,9 births per 1.000 popula-
Thomas, Valdosta, Oa I and other than dishonorable and and introduced all Post of- those who continue to fight now serving oversea with tion continuing the decline
Mrs. Emily Paver Miami. must have been either a war- ficers. for' our country.The the U. S. Marine from 1957,. the most recent
D4 The Bradford County Telegraph Funeral services were held time or Korean Conflict period An award was presented to four boys who attended The meeting was held at the peak year when the rate was
at 3 p. m. Wednesday In veteran, or a veteran who County Judge T.. A. Yawn Boys State were recognizedand Civil Defense building at the 253.
1 ESTABLISHED 1879 Jones Memorial Chapel with served at least one enlistment! who also'serves as jude, of congratulated on being Fairgrounds, where the Post Births totaled 3629.000

S E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher; Rev. V. J. Ragsdale. of the during peacetime, unless discharged the Juveniles Court, ,for his selected to attend the program meets every second and fourth during 1966. down 131.000
First Methodist Church offi- or released sooner outstanding work with school last year as some of the outstanding Tuesday night. from 1965. and the fertility
tD p Florida's Oldest Weekly Nawspoper Published Contlnotwlyj ciating. Interment was In the for disability Incurred in line officials, law enforcement officers Jlth grade studentsand Other distinguished guest rate also declined to '918

u Under The Same MM uI.I family plot In Hampton of duty. and other oiganlzatlons youog men of the com attending the celebration were births per 1.000 women the
j TIONPublshed Cemetery with DeWitt C. Dixon advised that the concerned with the problemsof munity. They were Jim Godwin Mayor Carl Hurst, Sheriff P. lowest since 1957. The only
Jones Funeral Home in American flag can be secured youth. AfarM! Sanderson Wayne D. Reddish. Circuit Judge
each Thursday and entered ss Second Claus Matter art the Poet Offtos rising statistic was the number
charge of arrangement from any VA office or moat An award for being an out McLeod and Dale Crosby George I.. Patten, Chief of
at Stark, Florida uder Act of March 3rd. 1879. local Post Offices by the undertaker standing law enforcement officer The Amer can, Leglod JunIor Police Bill Rosser, Sjt.; Spears of marriages -1344AOO;

Subscription* In trade areas 1 year, *4.00; 0 month, 02.23 Adjustable Vinyl BookCovers. after which it mar was given to Deputy Baseball Team was recognized of the Florida Highway Pa- In I960.

Outeklo trade area 1 year, M.B4; s month*, $*JH> All sixes Jt cents ... be given to the next of kin or Sheriff A. E. Brown in keeping and presented with pictures trol, and Civil Defense Direct -

I at The Telccraoh. close friend, or associate, 'of, with the:American. Legion of the team a* well aa tor frank. William, A ClaacUIed Ad la the TLL-
the deceased -r program of supporting and ear the team of coach Edgar Ak- ORAPH bring .-altII.BRADFORD .

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THURSDAY. MARCH SO. 1967yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVY !
."IAflhl.'....,' ITIT1'. _
Service], I PEvening
will be shown at Mrs. Gary Bennett and sons, Worship, 8 p.m. Wednesday I I I. Praise Service. 7:30.: Church BROOKER BAPTIST Worship 7 p. m. Midweek
I Junior MYF. Wednesday p. Ills steps. I
m., followed by choir practiceat 8 p. m. Revival services will and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley night service. 7:30: p.m. Everyone Choir practice, 8:30.: Sunday School 10 .. m.I I Service. Wednesday 7:30: p.

7, and Senior MYF. Serv- begin Sunday, Apr. 2. and Johnson. Also Mr. and Mri. welcome. I Thursday Auxiliaries Morning Worship 11 a. JJI m.-Jlav. D. 1. Ramsey, pas
LAWTEYBy ices each night this week at continue through the week Lester Crews and family and -L. I* Parker pastor meet. 3:30: p. m. Visitation. Training Union. 6:30: P. m tor.BETUF.L.
and I' : Evening Worship. 7:30.: prayer -
Cullen Crews
Saturday. Every- with Rev. Edgar Wilkinson, Mrs. 7:30.Rev.
7:30.: except NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Pastor. Wednesday. 7:30: BAPTIST CHURCH
Baldwin. Felder Rowan. Meeting.
Enza BlanrhardAAAAAAAAAA ) speaker. daughter
one Is Invited. of Holllster as
invited. Mrs. J. E. Norman save a CHURCH I Sunday School. 10 a. m.
First Baptist Sunday Everyone HEILBRONN BAPTIST
AAAAA A A A A A A4 1. family. dinner Sunday in honor Schedule of services: Sunday DEDAN BAI'Thr'' lS..kerJ Morning Worship 11 a. m.
School 10 a. RI. Worship 11a. Sunday AIRPARK BAPTIST
Church of God -
CHURCH ACTIVITIES of her nehew. Benny School. 9::45 Morning Sunday School 9:45: a. Sunday Scl'1ool0 a. m Evening/ Worship .7:30: p. ox
m. and 8 m. Training Worship 11 a. Sunday
p. 10
School a. m. Sundatf. Services: Meeting' 7:30
of p. m.
WainwrIght In observance I Worship, 10:43: a. Train Morning Worship 11 a. ,.11. Worship. 11 a. on Prayer
m. Morning I
Grace Methodist Sunday Union 7 Midweek servIces Wednes- I
p. m. m. and 7 p. m. YPE : anniversary. School, <0:4S: a. m. Morning Wednesday. -\n. W. SrNewmans
School, 9::45 A. m. Worship. 8 p. m Wednesday FellowshIp day 7:30: p. m. Prayer service his birthday Worship. 11 a. m. Training ing Union 6:43: p. m EvenIng Training Union. 6:30: p. m Training Union. 7 7 p. In. EvenIng '
\ I ETeven guests enjoyed this Service, 7:45.: MM-Week Evening: Service. 7't': MIdweek Service. 8 m. -, RevLacy pastor.NORTHSIDE
11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer Supper Saturday, Friday 7:30: p. m. Revival servIces Union 6:30: p. m. Evening
Circle, Monday, 9 a. m. Sunday.' Apr. event. i Wednesday Prayer Service, Wednesday. Prayer Service. V:00: p. ConWay pastor BAPTIST
Apr 1. 8:30: p m. A film, "In will begin Mrs. B. L. Wilkinson gave Service, 7::30. '
7:45 m. Wednesday. Troy John.on. -
IT. -
r 9. Everyone invited. I ai party for her Kranddauuh-\ Prayer Meeting! 7:30 p. m. : p. -. pastor.BAYLESS. CHURCH, OF GOD Located on Bayitms .High!

Highland Baptist f"in- ter, Debby last Friday cele- Rev. Leroy Olive. Pastor. NEW RIVER Bf.TTIST 422 N. St Clair St.. Otarke. way (SR 2231]at Rattorl\ Road

GET CASH day School. 9:45: a. In. Worship brating her 11th birth-day; an- 1 J'-- Sunday School. 10 a. m rSR 16]. Services: ttunday

I 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m- nversary. The pretty bil'thday FIRST BAPTIST Sunday ScbooU 10 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Worship.Services, '.1 a. m. and School 10 a. m. Sunday'
Choir practice 6::30. Prayer cake was presented and CHURCH STARKE ]I Morning Worship, 11 a. m Wednesday Morning Worship, It *. m.
School. 10 m. YPE
IMMEDIATELY Training Union 6:30: p. m. Sunday a 7:30: p. ,m. ,
Service 7:30: p. m. Wednes served with ice cream to 17 Training Union630p.: m.
This Is Youth Week in the Evening worship!\ 7:30: p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m 7:30: p. m. Prayer: Meeting '
day. Homecoming; was held ',oung friends who wer theretc First Baptist Church.Sunday Prayer Meeting; Wednesday. Training Union, 8 p. m Friday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S Evening service, 7:30.: MJ<1-
last Sunday with a record- celebrate the occasion. Week Prayer Service. Wedne-
help Evening Service 7 p. m.
"-Brotherhood meet- 7 m.-L. L. Parker; pastor. Williams, pastor.
breaking attendance, Tt was a and p. 7:3Q.) -Rev. CHen Law-
They enjoyed n uslc Lug and breakfast at the Everyone welcome. -Rev M. day. : ,
BW $25 TO $600 great day. with hymn singing horseback riding during the church 7:30: a.m. Sunday CHURCH SCHEDULES: David Medafros. pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN hon pastor.CALVARY .

In the afternoon and an afternoon. Debby said thanksfor School, 9:43: a.m. Morning I Sunday School, 9:43: a. m BAPTIST
Easter egg/ hunt for the children the nice guts from her Worship 11 a.m.. guest speaker Kingsley Lake Baptist LONG BRIDGE. BAPTIST Morning Worship l 11 a. m
School. 9:45' School XO a. nM6rning .
a. m.
I Sunday : Sunday
in the mornlnn. The
/ 8 m
guests.Mr. Erling Valer- Youth Fellowship, p. '
DO YOU HAVE. oastor. Rev. James Walker, and Mrs. George ".2-'' ius, Southern Baptist Missionary Morning Worship, 11 a. m. CHURCH Choir: Practice Thursday.7:3: ( & Worship 'll *'in

may be heard on Sunday klnson of Jacksonville were! to Uquatorlal Brazil. Training Union, 8:15: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.; t>. m. Training Union. 6.:30: p.:m.
:-Too many payments to make? afternoon at 1:30: over station visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Training Union 6:15.: Evening Evening Worship! 7:30: p. m. : Morning Worship 11 a. in. I Evening Service.. ?;30. Prayw!

WZOK. Tye and family Sunday after Worship 7:30: sermon "Jesus' Midweek Prayer Service Wed. I Evening Worship 8.p. m.; KINGSLEY LAKE Meeting. Wed.wttday.! 1:10: D.

-Too many bills to pay? Friends of Lonnie Futch of noon. Miracle of Changing Water to: 7:30: p. m. Rev. Jim Rlgdon. : Prayer Meeting. Wednesday BAPTIST CHCRCEr m. -ReV, R, H. Butler. puur.

Starke were saddened to hear John Morris spent Easter Wine." pastor. Come, let us worship 8 p. m.; Sing each Friday' at Sunday School. 10 a. m BAYLESS HIGHWAY

DO YOU NEED of his death on Monday Mr. with Mrs. Morris and her Monday-Sacred Music Concert together. I 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane Morning Worship. II a. m BAPTIST CHURCH

Futch was a resident of Law- parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E.I presented by Tift Col GRAHAM BAPTIST ChURCH oastor.SMYRKU. Training Union 8::30'p.. m'' Sunday Services -, Sunday

EXTRA CASH NOW? tey for a good many years. Priest, and brother Lamar. loge 7:30: p.m. I ,MISSIONARY Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer School: 10..' n> Worship' ;
Sympathy (goes out to Mrs. Wth Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din- Tuesday WMU Council Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- MeetIng Wednesday, 7:30: Hour. 11 a. m. rTramlng

II Futch and other relatives.Members kins for Easter were Mr. and meeting 11U5! a.m. WMU general Ing Worship 11 a.m. and 7 BAPTIST CUCRCtt -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor.nURC" Union, 6 p. m. Evening Wor

LET US HELP.. YOU WITH YOUR ," of the Jesse Mrs. Jim Burton of Jackson meeting 12 noon; covered pjn. Rev. Leland A. Baker 033 W. Pratt ,St. Sunday OF CHRIST ship. 7 p. m. OA'Tuesdays\ 4
Smith yule Mr. and Mrs. Cox of and, pastor. services: bunday School. 10 a. .
family gathered at the dish luncheon business
MONEY PROBLEMS: Sunday: Bible Study 10 a p. m. Mld-Week: Prayer-Serv;
home of Mr. and :.Tra. R. L. Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Paul program meeting. Junior Choir' Thursday Visitation 10 m. Preaching. 11 a.: m TrainIng Worship and ice 7:30; p. m. Wednesday.M. .-
Bradley Sunday for their an- Dinlclns. Jr. and David of St. practice. Sunbeams, and Intermediate a.m. and 7 p.m. Union 6:15: p. ID. Evening m.: Morning!
m Pavid M patojf.)
11 dlflros.
Communion Service a.Fvenlng .. \ ,
We Are Trained To Help! nual reunion dinner. AttendIng Augustine.Mrs. GA, 3:30: p.m. JunIor Worship 7 p... m Everyone (
services 6:30.
were Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. M. McClellan and OA 4:30.: Deacons Meet MADISON STREET welcome. -, Elder T. C. WH Worship: service HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

Carter and children of Jack- Mrs. MaxIe Reddish were ing 7 p.m.Wedneaday. \Hams, pastor.LAURA Wednesday P [highway 100 at Tberaaa
Town Finance Co. sonville. Mr. and Mrs. O. L- visiting Mr. and Mr?. Mick! Bible Survey BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST 7 p. m. Minister Jack Sunday School' It .... m.

Kersey and Mr. and Mrs. Sweat at the State Farm I Class, 9:3O: ( a.m. Sunday School Sunday Sunday School Bell. Morning Worship*:-. H 1. a.
Sunday School 9:4: : a m
I 228 N. Temple Ph. 961-7113 William Smith and family of during the week. Superintendents Cabinet: Meeting 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. 11 m PINE LEVEL.ISJU'T1ST. m.
Morning Worship, a.
Starke Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Peterson' 6 p.m. Youth-led Prayer 11 a. m. Youth Choir practice Sun Smith and children, 'Mr! 'andiAcKsoILE of Arlington spent Sunday: Meeting 7 p.m. Church Choir 4:45: : Training Union Evening Worship, 7:30: p.. m Morning Worship 11 a. n D!. '

-, -.--_ ________-_ -f-- -.-.-.--- with :Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Lee It 8 Circle. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. 'Worship TH:
-- --- ------------- I practice p.rn.I 6:15.: WMU Prayer Pre-Senrloes' IBooster Bane Evening
7SO: m.-.Rev. Luther McI -
I I I Karen and John Thursday Visitation, 10 7:15: : Evening Worship 730.: : p. Yburm People ard Pray.. m.

Dale Smith has returned to I I a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday Prayei; and I dee pastor. Wednesday NI.hPrayer

I [ BUSINESS DIRECTORY.A.PPUANCES his home in Lebanon. Va.
after several days here visit- FIRST MtTIIODlStCIIL'RCII .: 1 I

In? his diughters and famil STAKKK' I I

lea Mr. and Mrs. Willie YourPufureiTTiii
An in -
Sunday Church School
BEAUTY ACADEMY MUSIC Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. Lester
9:45: turn. 'Morning Worship,
Austin. and Mr. and Mrs. MIlo '

Appliance Color TV American Paulus Music Co. Smith. MYF 11 a.m., 6 p.m.Snack MYF Supper meetings for, m t1; i oom 8]

Hairstyling Visiting the W. F. Moore 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: '
Band &: String Instrument family were Mrs. S. D. And Monday Girl Scouts meetin
,>* Stereo Magnavox Academy Gibson Guitars ft Amplifier rews. Debby and Andy,! of Fellowship Hall. 3:15.: Cot.

21V.. MONROE School Supplies-Instruction Wildwood and Miss Reeney tage Prayer Meeting at homeof

JACKSONVnJJ!_355-0501 Roberts Recorder Moore of Jacksonville for the Mrs. O. I* Haynes, Sr, ,
Zenith Motorola Music Library-Expert weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Rob. 7 p.m. Commission on Education ; 1. : ::: .. .,
Riverside Repair Department& ert C. (Chuck! Moore of 7 p.m. Official Board : :: .: : : : .M... '. % ,

41 W. Monroe St. .'nck.ionvllle! and Mr. and meeting in sanctuary, 8 p.m.I I :1
Electric Hairstyling
Mrs. J W. Thomas and WSCS Executive
Jacksonville 35.1-8447\ sons Tuesday -- .
Academy 8310 Beach Blvd. of Live Oik attended Church Committee meeting in Ladies

"Tra; Get A Good Deal! At- 2650 PARK ST. Jacksonville 388-3091 with Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Bible Classroom, 9:30: a.m. I. :SURE HANDS OF THE SURGEON t
JACKSONVILLE 388-8537! Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and WSCS business and program

Accredited children Joined the family at meeting in sanctuary, 10 a.m.
OPTICIAN dinner. In the afternoon the W'edne8day-Circle 1 meets ,
Qualified Instructors ,
F. o. MILLE'Jm!)E.g;1 chlMren enjoyed hunting att home of Mrs. Eaton Jor- .,.,, we ,. Ie.'M
Styling I. C ,
....... I dan, 9:30: a.m. Circle 3 at vt )+ y > ')v > +"i .{. '. Ol.l I.
"" .. Monthly Cla sea ;:::
I* Bw /tt PMI the.lJJvolnanvtUe r eggs.Mrs. home ot-itra. M. W. .
'''''here tomorrow' stylist Clerrimie Lee of Englma!: I Greasier

are trained" Ga. Is spending a few days Youth 10 a.m. Choir PrlmarJunior,!/ and A child walks...an arm straightened IJ:" .? .>t.1t '
-L 'I.Of: .55'0"\1' ('TIC-A with her son. R. E. Lee, and practice 3:15.1 1 "I, k .Ill JJ
ELECTRIC MOTORS Prayer Meeting. 7 .. is .
AUTOS FOREIGN family. On Sunday the two p.m. .4 growth removed. these and j-
Thursday Circle 5 meets
Prescriptions Filled Mrs. Lees were visiting Mr. other tho.result of '
Peavy Brothers at home of Mrs. Carl Minx, many things a re. the .,) '
Broken Lenses Duplicated and Mrs. O. L. Peterson in
: '
Westside ForeignCar Electric Co. C Artificial Eyes Arlington.Mrs. 10 a.m., 7:30:Chancel Choir rehearsal line work of the Burgeon. This is an ,, .'
KLECTRIC MOTORSGoJd.Serneed.Repalred Eyewear Specialists Tom Whaley and Friday\ Apr. 7 Cottage I occupation: and a labor worthy of ,
'Service :2 IS Laura St. Jax 336-5505 daughters of Jacksonville.Mr. I
Prayer Meeting at home of appreciation.' .
1031 Park St. .Ja1: S34-3618 : .
and :
Mrs. Malncs Griffin
Generators-Starter. Mrs.( Foster Shi Smith, 10 '
mined mechanics for even,, Alterations PHOTOG11APHERBARNETT'S and Mr. and' Mrs. Virgil Orif- I I Astar. a new born fcaoy.! .*:s; wuud '
its of Palatka were Sunday a.m.Saturday. Aur. 8
Armature Rewinding Prayer
service job on all makes oj r .
itself these K
ancj other things
4044 Lenox Ave. visitors of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Vigil in sanctuary b a.m. to many : ,

Foreign' & Sports Cars. .k"nnvll1... A7-2"21t .1 Commercial and Portrait Mrs. Daisy Boch and 6 p.m.NEW reveal Cod to us. "Tha heavens declare -
PARTS POi AXX. Photography I tht ylariof.Godi and the firmamenttheweth
FARM EQUIPMENT Frames & Custom Framing Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hauler-'' RIVER BAPTIST

2430 Blandlnc. Jaek.cflJe 1958 Blandlnr Blvd. son spent the weekend with Sunday School 10 'a.m. Morn:1 I hit handyviork"P .
Ford their son and daughterinlaw I
Tractors"South's Jacksonville 384-1464 -
ing Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng alm 13
Mr. and Mrs. Mark !I / L / rf''i
Moat 7
CompleteFord Union p.m. Evening
Auto Sales & Service Dealer" PIANOSFor Raulf-rson and children In ,'
Montlcello. God han wrought ,. ,.
Guaranteed Reconditioned .
TractorEvery Visiting Mrs. Hester Hicks Adjustable Vinyl. Book ,i a.a
LANDROVER: Musical ,\.ch Ire I great work. Let'a
Tool Known to Farming Sunday were her daughter. Co"en. AU sizes l 30 cents e*.
C. CARTER NICE Mrs. Jimmie Hogan and at Tile Telec'aph "
JacksonvilleFord '- I tin show our love -
j : IM. :..JJ.Jl' (. : daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joe
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Tractor Co. 2i.tt; ,$ Hogan of Jacksonville.Little I and.lppreclaUonby '9p

"The World's Finest"'In Beaver St. K. of Lane _ylc.r.. .'-'_ -'. .''OJ. : ,' qCl4q.,M _\._ ... I Miss Nancy Bennett ,). ', a : 4i,

4 Wheel Drivel Jux KVD-8831 Established 1948 enjoyed an Easter egg huntat STARKE I II orahlpplng, ,. a

Chickerlng & the home of her uncle and J4iltP.
Sold and, Serviced by IIEAKING AID Other Name Brands aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph him in Church '

Darley, and children In BUSINESS
Roberto Chevrolet For Beat In Hearinr SeeSONOTONE- 888-83, ,
ZG51 Pork JackHonvllle
Starke. I
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Green COT SprlntJ, 3033 .

Jacksonville 2649600JEER OF ,JACKSONVILLE! PICTURE FRAMES DIRECTORYI "Iho' Church Is Cod'i opoolnlrf' asimp ta Hri,seW lor,,'II.'onllM' .nowloilto. .,.,.H1s.I... t Tlirfb.
"The Strongest and Smallest Services Held !
Aid in the World"Only I for mm oni(ol,His,."""' 'for man lo roifonl'to!''Wwt!' ''Ion br IOYIn|Mt.""''bo'.Wilrmit""" !$--i!
Hearing SPILLERS .!, |isis irfWHCno." "if',. .b.t ol ("o<, m fi..inmm" | or .fxlitf or.., ol Illo ,!iV (on|' c:; r'l' ,
Co.23 West Hearing Monroe Aid. Made For L. H. Futch, AUTO REPAIRS !I inoiwo who,,",,_.hhk...twMM_ des will, ,,",,"oWy porith,"Thofofoto' ,.>M:' : f"lJ. :'.,; :

VehiclesS Picture Framing fti.sdahp.int.ivkww.iM.Idwpftthunfs5..ta.IIMwiffur.. ", ., ,,- !
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Picture Framing Original Retired Teacher ol. MnuU o4. his ,Iaal,. ley... 'that'' .....11. onry",.... _ill upkold. om) ,.,.' .
Jeep Wagoneer Station MOBILE HOMES Paintings Unframed Prints Earl's II rklpolo" In the Oxinh ooanuo I H .lI,Itii "Hull' .1.9)_', 'Mo.., docth on< aoitoiy, ; 'Ihol :;s'<$'

Wagons Mattings Framed Pictures Lonnie H. Futch, 72. of GarageALL si1't, III, "s."**...... .I,l|HI' |'ym" (IM I u Iho"n 1 Uul4 oJ God, 1411l'I.' \ ''' ..-t'
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KINDS OFAUTo .c& Ad. Sor.
BUTTSMOBILE !Mirror Framing Starke, died Monday morningin II

Jeep Universal Decorator Help. a Gainesville hospital. after REPAIR WORK I
HOMES IOU Park St. 5 PoInts a short lllneae. AU Work Guaranteed

The Souths Best Buys Here Jux 353-8331 Phone 964.700ft.
Born In Union II
Jeep Gladiator Truck. I County, on So Walnut Starke

Bank Free Financing Delivery SEWING CENTER August the 20 late, 1894 Eli, his Daniel parentswere and ,j These Religious ,Messages Arc Made Possible\By The Following Sponsor

Authorize Service'Approved "Best For Less" : .
I Johnson Futch. He AUTO
Seriously Interested in Mobile was a retired school teacher, SERVICE
Ports home? Call collect Jax 388- H. & N. Lawson, ,Meat Market
having taught in Florida : Gilbert i STARKE.BUILDERS Roy's TV Service
1253 for model prices & terms. SEWING CENTER schools for 48 years, retirIng S. BrownStandard I AND COLD STORAGE:
S 4 Wheel Drive 2 Wheel 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax in 1983. He was :a member Oil service Station" SUPPLIES Inc. CALL ROY FOR PROMPT
600 Singer Touch & Sew. of the National Retired ATLAS We Specialize! In Contain Slaughter!
Drive MOBILE HOMES: USEDJ. does fancy stitches, memo-( I SERVICE jag Cutting'A Wrapping('
Teachers l Association the TIRES .A BATTERIESBudget
grama, cordllnsr etc Easily Featuring Are Hardware ,,920 Thomas. St.. Starke. Prepanod, For Pnep Freee ,
EDDIE BLAND & J. Swap ShopUSED operated NKW $369 tor Florida Retired, the Masonic Teachers Lodge Association Phone Term 964-7071_Road Service 1 I Com aDd pint Sporting* Paint Goods Supplies Phone 964-7266 ,I'UONE 964-7058

TRAILERS cash $129 or $7 per mo. o( Lawtey and the First 407) N. TempleHURST'S Starki"
MOTORS Inc. Campers from 8' 20' Tel. Jax 171-1850 or come Methodist' Church of Starke. ''I ."CHECK WITH US FIRST" DeWITT C. JONES ( I7-1ThJL..
Mobile Homos 32' B5' in. lit served for several yearsas I :Washington. St. 00-1-32'70 .

655 W. ADAMSJAJCKSONYILLB Trades BanK FinancingHrwy. 6106 103rd St. chairman of the Bradford FUNERAL HOMES
21. Orange Park County Democratic Executive Sll ELL I OF STARKE,. INC.

354-7731 Tel. 284-6324 Committee. Service StationGas
Surviving Is his wife Bea- Bradford Abstract Co. Starke'-Ph. 964-6200
MOTORCYCI.ER'HONDA I Oils Lubrication/! 961-7600 Starke Fla.
WESTERN. STORE trice Crosb'y Futch; and one Goodyear, Tires A Battorle
Parrish Motors I brother, C. A. 'Futch, both of ROAD SERVICE IS* W. CALL STREET Keystone,; Heights -

'.AL II MOTORCTCLZS LITTLE DUDE Starke.Funeral services were held 301 nod 100 Starke Ph 964-6331 Starke, Fla. Ph. 4733176. Charley E., Johns.....

8KRVTCBFARTS ALL, MODBLfl! Western Store at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the METAL WORK I Agency

Zlrt.o Merchants Green 'Stamp :,"Where You'll Find Everything I First. Methodist Church with ,Ediwards Grocery & Sinclair ,Refining Co. 131 S. Walnut 'J. PhORNERAI -_ 8t1S01e!
Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. Rev. V. J. Ragsdale officiating. THOMPSONSheet W. L. Thomas, Distributor PsjIRA1jcNobody
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. : For the Korea I I Masonic rites at the graveIn Mkt. But Nobody lYadeseel*
VI Tean Am A. Dealer Enthusiast" Metal WorksAll GASOLJN1t8KEROSENII
Open Sat. 8 AM, 6 P.M. Crosby Lake Cemetery were 5- CTmrley K.: Johrui Agsney
CanMl Cloned (Sunday &: Monday Western Clothing Leather-?- conducted by the Lawtey Fuel Oil and Orr ,
flood Used I
Always rocerfes-l\leata.-Feed.s goodS Saddles and Trailers. Types Metal\ Work-
MOTORS A CYCLES. lodge. DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Hurst Shell Service
Laura. St., Jacksonville. 4940 Blandln< :Blvd. Charles & Sharon Petty Home was in charge of Heat &, Air Condo Gas & Oil Hk WjUaut. Starkef

/ JseksnnvIll '771-K244 903 Se. Edcewoed Ave.Jkckaonvtfl. arrangement The fanCly requested Systems Installed CARL, HURST
f PH. 4-6340:
nun)*, soe-MM 384-121 that flower be Rd. 16 E. -: Ph. 9645733 Ph. 964-5312 Starke. Fla.-

omitted. i .. I I "IVY' Ml & 100 'Ph.. Ml-4111
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By Mrs. Mary William*

aa.aUaat.UaaaaaaUaaJ I

G. A.'S
The Jr. O. A.'s of tha Baptist \
Church had a Mission
stud and weiner roast at the ,
church on Friday afternoon.
Books studied was "A Buglerfor
Sallateeska" on home mission
world in the Great Lakes /

area.Counse'ors are Lila Dyal and / BaO p STORts t,.,N
Lorlne Youngbood.! ,
ECO HUNT awllt, i ,

The Nursery beginners and *L&14.1t-P Gim6To Ca..Fn' Goo"flung 1 1&E4tf'(
primary had an egg hunt on
Saturday afternoon at the
Baptist with 22 .. .... ..
sent to hunt eggs. Cookies and -
punch were also served.
The members of the Baptist LAND O'SUNSHINE
Church met at the Church 01I I ASTOR, Maxwell HouseCOFFEE '
Thursday And went to
Lake Butler for a skating! par QUARTERS SHE :
ts". Evervone: eraioyed' th t party.

BAPTIST Sunday School CHURCH at 10 o'clock COFFEE
worship services at 11 o'clock
Training Union at 8:30: and DRINKSEACH
worship services at 7:30: with .
mid-week prayer services on I --
Wednesday night at 7:30.: ::
Everyone welcome. ) c
Sunday School at'1 0 o'clock ,I ;

Worship Young people's services service at 11 'o'clock.at 6 PKG. ,. CAN. :) : r- ;i )r-'

o'clock 7 EGG o'clock.HUNT and Worship services at L :

their Easter egg hunt on Sat-
urday afternoon at$, Bedford
Regular 29e 19-o:. DIXIE DARLNG Regular 25_..No. 303 Carr THRIFTY MAID' regular 49*..24-or. .ASTOR-Limit 1 OS Your Choice W/$5.00 Order

Mr.and and family Mrs.of Clarence St. Augustine Hasan; I Cake Mixes 3/79/ Lima, Beans . 5lHo. /
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lon- .
nie Melton' this week. Regular'41 Mrs. Betty: May and Melodyof
St. George S. C. wew visiting Mixes 3/89/ Sweet Potatoes 41./ .
Mr. and Mr :J. H. Home I l I .

Sr.Mrs.last weekend. Regular 99*: 40-or.' DEEP SOUTH Regular 234 2''I ,. Reg. 61 lt1 24-oi. Cooking Oil;-Urn it 1 Oil Your Choice( W5.00 Order
Lonnie Melton left
Sunday, for New Richmond : Peanut Butter 79; Arrow Tissue 19,
Ohio due to the death of'her e.

step father, Mr. Parsons.* Regular 3/$1 4o-o .,THRIFTY' MAID Sweet & Unswt.ten FloridaFlavorfuP C 0. 48' :
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hni.es: Regular 49< Qts. DEEP Limit rlsco .1

and Lakeland family spent with the relatives.: weekendIn Salad Dressing 381 Orange Juice 't1:19? o .

and Mr.family and. Mrs and Charles Debbie: Hicks Hill Regular..69*: .Qts. KRAFT. teqular 254 l ..I Pk.. HERSHEY PLAIN & ALMONQ fit WHITS& BLUE ARROW-LImit 1 Detergent Your Choice W/$5.00 OrderMiracle

spent Sundav and Monday at I 48 Bars .19*: ,
Candy '
Flagler Bear*. Whip . .
Mr. and Mis. Jerry Dyal and
family spent Sunday with Mrs. No. 2Va Can THRIFTY MAID HALVES & (Limit w/$3.00 Order) tequlor 29* ?. BROWN N SERVE TWIN Detergent 38 F
Alma Dyal. They celebrated ; 2'rR;
Jerry's birthday. Sliced Peaches 19* 2./491/ Q 9
Carolyn Kennan had a
slumber party at;,.her 1.1.me.on, No. 2 Con THRIFTY MAID WHOLE OR CRUSHEDPineapple Regular 39< 8 >k. DIXIE DARLING RAISIN! Regular I 75 Giant FAB-Limit' 1 Detergent" Your' Choice' w/$5.00 Order

Thursday .night" with S girls 4/1./ Cinnamon Buns 2/59x/ ,
present-Mrs! Barbara Takabayaahl i e '

,and daughter; from,Hawaii are Xegular 394..104: DIXIE-DARLING Detergent ,48 :

',:visiting Mrs._ Mrs.Y((Horace L her.. Kirchaine.parents Dyal and, Mr. Mrs-and ChiitV/Beans;// 3/Ji. Angel Food Cake 291 ,

George Kennan went to Palat- .
ka on Thursday to visit Mrs.

, Dyal's.mother Mrs. Revels in CHOICE U. S. No. 1
the hospital. PREMIUM U.S.D.A. GOOD LUCK
Mr. arvi: Mrs. Lawton have
just finished building their W-D''' BRAND CORN FED *" RUSSET
first chicken house they planto 4-LB. CANNEDHAMS I QUARTERSMargarine BAKINGPotatoes
build more soon. CHUCKROAST .J
.Mrs. M. L, Watterson Mrs.
Myrtle Watterson and Mrs.
Leola Sculthorp Joined Mrs.
Dorothy Falling and Mr. and
Mrs. Fredrick Watterson and
girls of Starke last weekend to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Don McMa- :
I hone and sons in Daytona I 99r. $ 00L85.
Beach. $

'I the Mrs.Medical Lula De center'Waters in Gainesville entered- I, .....-.. ..' ........--_..Os, 5 lp
last week. 58

Mrs. D. W. Swindell entered :.. I I .Ex.--R 4Ii GREEN STAMPS. LB. fl .
the Bradford County' Hospitallast -----
week for'treatment.The : Ira 'otJi 4u..AN 1I 1 I
Community' of Hamp- rQ1i I..... Hems PLUS. 100 nil STAMPS WITH COUPON,", BAG
ton wishes to express our 1 -- GOD THNU MAIL' a 1
1 at tons wIMM /
deepest sympathy to the family -
of Mrs. John H. Parker. -..................._.......1 .r .........................

and and are visiting family Mrs. Lvnn of their Wauwatoita Hall parentsMr.: this week.Wia.:. Pot Roast 59 ,Meat Stew u.79? Aspar }gusLl.29/ Lemons *oL, 39,: E70CTI'Adx GREEN STAMPS 1

Mrs. Ruth Dyal and Mrs. ,GOLdEN.BANTA M SWEET,-JUICY FLORIDA : ,1tif Ise TWO PRO* of
Virginia Roark were visiting Chuck Steak 59 ,Short' Ribs: u.39; I' Frying Chickens /
Mrs. Cleo Harris and Ednar ; Corn 10 EARS '59* Oranges G.39; .: .000 at LOCAL TNRU WINM-.I.APRIL.a. 1
Price in the hospital at the USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED W-D BRAND! PLATE i ..: .................... U 1U

Naval on Air, Wednesday.Mr. Station in. Jacksonville Rib Steak u. 88/:. :Beef Stew 3 LBS. $7 1-lb Pkg. CELLO I Ex.-rRA. i is
and Mrs. Calvin Richard JfH GREEN STAMPS ./
Free with out of nawfoaocr i 101 1 ------ 1Ia4
and Toye of Ocala. Mr. and W-D BRAND Stomp coupon Radishes. .. 1I
DaV..Le "
Mrs. Emery Prevatt pud sons Sp 19.9 ,1 w D ."'ND rnolm 1
of Starke and Mr1 and Mrs. GROUND Cube Steak' 'iI
Joel Smith of 60f. Can HI ACRES,'THE REAL,THING" FLORID"OR'ANGE I .OOO THH1J .._... M 1
and family ,
1 at LOC'" WINM..1.1.

their Jacksonville; parents.were Mr.'the an4;guests Mrs. of J. r BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST; JUICE 105UPERBRANO ----
O. Adkliut last Sunday. Ex..TR '
Mrs. Llnnle Brown Lisa 2.1b. MAPLE HILL THICK 3-oz Pkq'HYGrtADE SMOKED BEEf, TURKEY HAM a .4'i. R..N STAA :

Carter ghton'attended,and Mrs.the Bunnto meeting Brou-at SLICED BACON $1.29 SLICED MEATS '. 31$1. FLAVORS SHERBET.ORICE < N7.woo weyMoo: :
Clay Electric in' Keystone 1 1
Heights last week. BAKING HENS ... 350 ALL MEAT FRANKS t 49ft CREAM GAL5,91 /1 .r. .ClOD AT LDO'THMU W..D.AMVIk,...i 1/
Mr. and Min R. J. Williams/ Pkfl. 4S
._ r
sold their store'last week to 'LONGHORN TARNowoij' GNA'Jg'e: .
Mr. and Mrs. Craver of Orlando. MILD CHEESE . ... 69< 59ft 2-lb.: Pkg PAN-REDI) BREADED .. 'SOUtHERN BELLE. ((5 Pack !: EX.rRA..4'Jl .
They expect to take over 8-oz Coo PILLSBURY 2H-lb,1Boi! FRENCH' FRIED! HEATSERVE : I I ..GREEN, STAMPS 1 1I
on Friday of this week. Mr. CRESCENT ROLLS .1"1'. 2/590! FISH STICKS "e el, 990 Shrimp . $2.29 Deviled Crabs 79< III.a-.--ON.--P..-.- '
and Mrs. Williams and Earl ,. : W 0 ""ND CMO..D
PHILADELPHIA .... 3-H t OCEAN PERCH Sirloin Steaks
moved In'with Mrs.Tidwell for *ei. tKRAFT'S 1I
the rest of their etay in CREAM CHEESE 290 FISH:;' FILLETS ,. $1.00 Fry Potatoes 3/$1. Meat Dinners 690 !I [jfiK-gi .000 at .....THMU...w..APMIU......,...a. 1 1
Hampton. ................. ................................ 1 1
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James E. Adkins celebrated .... ....................:...................... --------------------------------------;-------=---=---- --- ---------. --- /1 --- 1

his 93rd birthday( last Sunday. : Ex.--RA. ; lEMTIR : + IEXTR/1" : EXTRA. : EX.--A' Ex.-rRA.
Congratulations and, hope you : I I'' .bt_GREW.STAMPS : I d7!.GREEN. ._STAMPS ;7 I ,*iSlHtiA.MP* I dyl..;,GREEN._STAMPS : I . : d7GREEN.! .. .STAMPS .2X-GREEN***4OUTMKMH-*-STAMPS--- 1 1I
have many more. ...... .. .._ .. lC. .. Isl. ,. 1
: .Ifs en.4..VdAiA.TOM 1 Ifs routs A-0' Ia7 e. 01 : IfON. 9.L9. fK : I ..O>. OMB PIC ON.PM.
111.4 .U"CM".O' PAMM... .T".... MOTTI.I "4O.* W D MMANOGround ; "' "KtMO l ANOWICHB' kBLLM :
., WO..M' LINN Ilf
00 J Beef'I: Ice Cream Shrimp Burgers
S Candy : Black Pepper. Mushroom Pcs 1 Spray Cleaner I !: 1 ? ..... 1
L .
THE RICIIT POINT for the'! 1' .000. TNRU. AMIL...,..a.. .. OOO AT LOCAL THMU. wINM Ana..,...a. .1 000 N LOCA THMU' WMNI.-.IA,APRIL. ,> 1. 3x.- OO.. LOCAL THMU WHMM AMIL..I.I.! !9AT 1.1 r"_" OOO"T..TMNII... W'.D''APRIL'... aOOO AI. ....TMMU... W..D.APRIL. aAf 1 1 AT.oo.v...oc....w..AMI...-.Ik..,a. 1 1

and the was lleieet: you your write.' favorite Come ES-In | .i---......--e-e LOCAL..WINM.........1.e---------- ...e-------.....W.e...e----eeee" .........-/.eer........----r.----ee--e---e.-..e---see--e-....1......................... ... ; ... ........._

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the 1967 Bantam Boys Baseball Rev and Mrs. W. O. Mathis, their nephew Is a patient. Saturday. with Mrs. a 3. Sibley. '

It program Practice sessions Mr and Mrs. Revel Peas and Walter Swindell, Douglas Mr. and Mrs Walter' Swin Mrs P C. Mabry was in

I will be held at the Pratt daughter Daphlne, Mrs. Ru- Crawford, and yours truly all dell and family, were guests Gainesville shopping Monday'Monday

Street Ball Park each Monday, I by Harper, Violet Tldwell, W. celebrated their birthdays on at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Chester Serla

| Tuesday, and Wednesday afternoons T. Waltliam, James end Eleanor the same day Tuesday, Mar Alfred Underwood, Sunday. and Mrs. Price Fisher. went to.

at 4 o' lock.I : Young, Mr. and Mrs. 23. Mrs. William Beahler. father, Gainesville.
b e I I A meeting of all coaches i, Lonzle Smith, Mr. B. Chellow Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilkerson, Mr. Shackleford, a former resident

and other Interested persons all of Jacksonville Mr. and Jimmy, and Karen of Gainesville of Theressa, passed away ANGUS BOUGHT A SOLD
will be held Thursday night recently visited 'Mr. and last Friday, and will be buried
I Mrs. Hubert Tobias of Mass- of
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis
,/1 Apr. 6, at the Starke Recreation i Mrs. Dewitt Heraey. in Zndlanna were he was )living
Mr and Mrs. Howard Wrightof
Starke recently purchased an
./ at the time.:
Department. Mrs. Rodney Hall, Steve
r Vt.. Mr. and Mrs L. E. AberdeenAngus bull from
Richard and Mrs. R. O. Dans- Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Bell
Chilson of Starke Mrs MarJorie
John Odom in, also of
'Services Held Sacks and daughterSharen / by were visiting relatives In and family, of Quitman, Ga. Starke.
Ozark Ala., Wednesday were recent guests at the
of Md. Mr. and Mrs. through Saturday of last week. home of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. 1 I Willis Sherwood of Stal'ke

rt4F Monday For Harley Hlgginbotham Mrs. of Elbert Hersey left Sunday MaM I I recently sold an Abet deen4
Baldwin Mr. and Her-
for Fort Eustia, Texas and will Mrs. Ben C. Powell left Angus bull to Jacob Wells of
man Somers Jr. Palatka, Mr
F Jack CarterJack I h ,r f* and Mrs. J. K. Bennett Connie return next week after completing Saturday after a ten day visit Callahan.
i his tour In the Armed
I ,Franklin Carter, 49. Thompson' Donnie Stout., Forces. I 1-

of Starke died in a Gainesville Mrs. Gerald Smith, Onnle Steve and Richard Hall, sons

,' hospital Friday afternoon North Elaine and Tommy of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall
1 March 24, following a Bailey Green Cove. Mr. and
SENIOR BOYS LF.AUUE; CHAMPS, Baldwin Ch.vrol..tlI..t ) enjoyed I brief illness. Mrs. Albert Johnson Mac-
., Yal:. Mr. Carter field I row (l-rr) J. K. ClniMtron, ,Warren. W. Waters J. llur- their home Sunday. NEGLECTED
was a depu- clenny. TIre
community enjoyed an
ty for the Florida State In- ton. 2nd row (I-r> ,,\. ;Milton, G Hamilton., R. Smith, W.Sf Mrs. Sonny Griffin was Easter egg hunt, sponsored by

surance Commission. Born in glnH.| I! confined to her home last the Hope Baptist Church Sun '

Wallsand, Kentucky on Jan- week with the mumps. day School Friday afternoon, '.. SHRUBS
$' t uary 29, 1918, he was a mem- Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hlgglnbotham > about 73, attended.Mr. ,

ber of the Lake Butler Methodist and grandchildren and 'Mrs. W. E. Dampier M'+

4. I Church and a veteran of Patty. Wayne an.1 David enjoyed a wonderful visitto CAN BEDANGEROUS

t World War II. English! attended Homecoming the Cyprus Gardens over''

,,,, s sir Surviving is his wife Claire services Easter Sunday at the weekend. lif'
y Carter; one son, Jack F. Carter the Highlands Baptist. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr. I lif'I''
Jr.; his parents, George '! I ,
I Church. and family enjoyed night of '
B and Cora L. Carter, all of I' Perhaps not to thin
Earl Driggers left Fridayfor camping Saturday night. I. I "4>uN'r'
Starke; four brothers: PaulD. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. extent but
California where he will Mabry, replacement run
f'1.h Carter of Starke George be for the next month with enjoyed the visit of Mrs. Ma-''I, I'll' be very rotitly. Now Is. the

I B. Carter Jr. of Louisville, the U. S. Navy. bry's brother, and his wife,)I, II time'for oil emulsion. npr y.

Ky. Clarence C. Carter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kilgore Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hall of, .. Protect your shrubbery

Chey Washington, and John of Brooksvllle were Saturday Largo Wednesday. : L ll i \. from __' .. Be lint In
L. Carter of ,
five Memphis Tennessee visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Ernie Trlest, Dennis Hall,,, I i' your.community to rail 961A74A -
I ; dieters; Mrs. H. and and Gerald Crawford, enjoyeda lIti' for your oil rmuloloa
mond family-
L. Ferguson of Richmond, Va., Kllgore I 1; .
night of camping at theTriest's 1 spray.FLORiDA
I While here the Bill Kllgores
Mrs. J. L. Spruce and Mrs. I
Scenes At Annual Easter Egg Hunts R. L. 'Saunders, both of Marl- drove to Jacksonville for on Bedford Lake, Fri I PEST

anna, Fla., Mrs. Paul Sides of their son William and he returned day night.
I ; Lancaster, Ky., and Mrs.JamesM. ? to Brooksvlll vith Douglas Sullivan Ricky Hall: ,: I
Douglas Crawford, and Stan .
them. & L
Norman of Starke. : I
ley Crawford, enjoyed a nightof CONTROL
RECREATION I Services were from the Mr and Mrs. Arthur OP****, gL COMPANY
Grace :Methodist Church at i RITNNKRS-CP, Hunt Shell Station: ((1.rJ.)I : Chitty, Pad- of Jacksonville were" raster! camping at, the home o$
:Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sullivan, 539
Lawtey on Monday, March 27. gelt, L. Mercer L. Thomas, G. Reddish.Baldwin Sunday vlistors of Mr. and I E. Call Street Phone 964.:;745
Friday night I
with Rev. Ernest L. Bailey of Mrs. Doss Hlgglnbotham.
MEN'S SOFTBALL 11.VI'(1MEN'S. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Craw
LEAGUE TEAMS! SET : SOFTBLLThe ficiating. Burial was In the Wins; Senior Boys TitleThe Raymond Kllgore returned ford, of Kingsley Lake, Mr.I
family plot in Crosby Lake home last Tuesday after a
Deadline for team entry In Women's Softball organizational andMre. James Crawford, of I
Cemetery under direction of two weeks sta. in, the Naval
the 1967 Men's Softball League meeting is set for DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof final night of play In Scoggins stole the ball from ? Lawtey Mr.' and! Mrs. G. L. I Serving Florida
Station Hospital. Mr.
closed Tuesday March 28, with tonight (Thursday) at 7:30: Starke. the Senior Boys Basketball Wall and drove In for the Kilgore Crawford, and Patricia, attended 1 Since
the following team sponsors: o'clock at the Recreation Cen League was climaxed with two winning basket with only 6 re-entered the hospital Mon- a revival in Archer,

Garden Restaurant Florida ter. Any team planning to exciting contests which saw seconds showing on the Clock day of this week and was expected Thursday night, Rev. J. c. 4Yor4d(3 .fJ rtetUl9 8.rWe. !lnc.,
Pest Control, Register Gulf participate: in this year's CARD OF THANKS Baldwin Mayton and Johnny1' Warren I to undergo surgery Hesters of Fernandina Beach, .

Oil, and Noegel's Auto Sale. league must have a represen We want to thank each/' Wall 4846 Chevrolet, and Hurst edge H.Shell C.)) had 12 and 10 points Co! (pace Tuesday. Florida..W'a.Ithe. evangelist. ........................ !"7iai"9r.. .......YIy .
A final meeting of the tative at this meeting1\ as and everyone for the kind- 44r43 over Terwillegar Motors. the 'League Champs to victory Mr. and Mrs. John North Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Craw

league will be held Tuesday many Important Items will be nesses shown Us! in our borrow a team made up of Junctors. Visited Sunday In St. Vin ford and family attended a

night, Apr. 4, at which time decided. in the death of our love Baldwin. and Wall played on Loper and Joyfier with cent's Hospital with Mr. monthly sing at Beulah Baptist ., Mrs. Carolyn Cordially

!player rosters must be sub- BANTAM BOYS BASEBAloLl one. May' God bless each and I even terms, throughout the 14 and 12 points led Wall. North's sister, Mrs. Est'?lle Church In Green Cove I .

mitted. The season opener will' All boys, ages everyone of you. The family i entire game and the content The final game of the sea Carter. Mrs: Carter under- Springs Saturday night. [I Eaves Welcomes
be played Tuesday night, April 12, are invited to register for of L. E. RatlLff. was until William son had a great deal;'ot importance went eye surgery last Thurs- In the absence of Miss Romeaaa Representative

_._- attached to it as day.Mrs. Dodd, theIntermediateParty I Ph. 964-5811 You and Your
Hurst was one win 'ahead of Marjorie Sacks and was given with Mr.I 122 N. Bay St. Family to" Your
Terwillegar. A win by Hurst daughter Sharen and Miss and Mrs. Ralph.Bryan, Saturday Starke

and they'would own 2nd place, Oreten Krlsel of Silver Springs night, about twenty-five New Home

'1- i: AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY and a win by Terwillegarwould Md. arrived here last Thurs- attended. I r

necesslate a play-off. day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey was recently The State of Florida

Both teams rose to the occasion Mrs. John North. in Jacksonville shop

and played real, good Mr. and Mrs. Herbert To- ping. It Is: Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and

I ball with the lead changing bias of Ashefleld Mass. and Mrs. Betty marr: ana family, To Acquaint You With Your City. i;
Auro: SALES&SERVICE Farm and Industrial MEN'S WEAR hands periodically, ,but fin the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wrightof of Perry, were recent guests''

Equipment I(!PAINT &: GLASS final' seconds, Hurst came: out Burlington. Vt. left Saturday .t tfie home of Mr and Mrs. If .

L & L Men's Shop victorious. 44-43. Larry ,Mercer i after spending the past' R. M. Hersey. I you are new in the area, a phone

s paced Hurst with 14 points, i week here with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swindell attended the,I call will bring
Florshelm visit
Jeep Jeepster Shoes I Reese fur Ter : you a prompt
Santa Fe Tractor while was John North. .
Flso Pluma Suits Liddell Paint & wreasllng match in Jacksonville
Family of 4 Wheel DriveS Inc. S Ladles Sports Wear willegar with 20. Mrs. Leon Fraser and ,Thursday night. I from your local hostess. Please give
Trophies which will t t'O to
Glass Co. family of Jacksonvillewere
Arrow Dress ShirtsIS Miss Kay Alvarez
FORD were awarded to I her a call! She has, and
sponsors Easter visitors of Mr.
RAMBLERRidgway Sunday maps many
W. Unlver lty. Gainesville KVANIZE PAINI'SGlass.3I1"ron.SUdmc Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez
Farm Tractors A Implement Baldwin and Hurst.
and Mrs. Avory Slade and
Door. was a guest at the home
of I free and
Motor Co. Ford Industrial Equipment gifts for you
USED EQUIPMENT MOBILE IIOMES Tub Enclosures-Showw Down< ..vr.vyvwvlttmvVFt1 family, also visiting the Slade Kiss .Sue, White, daughter of I
-WlndowBAwnlngCsrpetVallpaperSt. family was H. Y. Morrisonof Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swindell, from local businesses. "
1133 S.
Gainesville S72-8433 PICK UP &: DELIVERY MUSTANGMobile \ *refrontConsultation. IAXVILLEBy/ Saturday night supper I. II I

4488. N.W. Sixth Gat .sVlll. ; '
Homes Inc.Gainesville. guest of Mr. and Mr. Avory
Phone 376-2544 116 N.W. Sixteenth St. I Mrs. A. p. [Phule Slade and family was Marion -.w.:. r-T +:e-spry(+'rr7wt

Discount Mobile GAINESVILLE 373-8191 Phone 280.4491aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWawa Orlffls of Jacksonville.
GARDEN SUPPLIES Home Sales Lot. :M:' and Mrs. Harley Thomas -

I Purchase discounts on. entire I were in Macon, Oa. last ::2
: 4 4Iv !
Inc. I chain guarantee huge savings week visiting relatives. jt

Johnson & Faris Inc. Ings. NOTICE Mrs. Dorothy Mljler returned -
The Celar Creek Oospelalrs
SALES & SERVICE NEW MOON CAPELLA home last Wednesdayafter ,
PACEMAKERUsed University Glass Quartete will be at the' Long-
month's visit in Le- s.IRRIGATION
:Fine Selection of Used Cars Complete Line of a
Taken On Cadillac Trades Mobile Homes Low & Co. Inc. Branch Baptist Church Sun- moore Call with Mr. and
tOOl N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 8EEDSPLANTSIe.ecticide.Pe4 Priced. With approved credit Glazing day night. April 2 at 7:30: p. in. Mrs. Larry Brown and fam
SnppMMFERTILIZERS low as $100 down Rev. George W. Wilkinson
PHONE 378-5301 MIRRORS ily. Enroute home Mrs. Miller
I 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North S AUTO GLASS pastor of the church will turn stopped over in Los Angeles

'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'i Gainesville 878-1348 I : the service over to them. Following Calif., Dallas Texas New Orleans

CRANELINCOLNMERCURY 234 NW. 8th AVe. CALL COLLECT, Tub Enclosures': the,, service, refreshments La. and Atlanta, Oa.
Doors Store Shower.j will be Berve 2. 'Everyone -
J PHONE m-047
1319 S. Main Is Invited to ''atto/id.
MotorcycleaScooteraCYCLERAMA Coleman and daughter Sharen -
0ab1e.vtI3e. Fls 376-9951: BIRTHDAY PARTY : .
of Jacksonville and Mr.
Mr and Mrs. Frank. Bell I
.Ac Service
Authorized Sales and Mrs- Bobby Newmansand
OO8 E. University Gainesville GLASSGAINESVILLE entertained at their home, family of'Tampa were
a72Crane's l Motorcycles .SEWING MACHINES Friday afternoon with a
Phone Easter Sunday visitors of
41 YAMAHl birthday party honoring their I Mrs. Dorothy Miller and all
daughter Sylvia on her 13
.BIIW National Sewing i enjoyed an egg hunt In the!
GLASS CO. INC. afternoon.
(Mercedes-Benz) "EVERYTHING IN, GLASS"Store ACCESSORIES Machine Co., Inc. The guests enjoyed outdoor: BABY BOY
FlA THILLoMAN220J 615 W. Unlmmlty' Gainesville games and following' the

N. Main Gainesville Fronts Mirrors S78-2811 New Home, Pfaff, Nelco, opening of gifts, party refreshments Mr and Mrs. Raymond OUTPUT '
Phone 372-4373 Windows Sliding Glass Universal Sewing Machines were set+ved. Harris announce the birth of

_, Doors Tub Enclosure Sales &: Service I NORTH-TOBIAS a son Tony Douglas' born

3038 N. E. Waldo Rd. MOVERS Nearly New Units $3. monthly Miss Helen Virginia :Notth, Tuesday March 21 at St. Electric irrigation systems, the most trouble-fret .

Beauty Academy Gainesville ,178.2084 Budget Terms Available daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luke's Hospital In Jackson
Long Distance Moving 611 W. University. Gainesville John North and RUssell WU- ville. Paternal grandparents convenient systems on farms and groves, have>

POWELL'S IRON -:- ORNAMENTALS Local Drayage 378-1355 lis Tobias son of Mr. and are Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Harris proven proCt-making, labor-saving production
Packln&Jratln&) .
Storage ( '
Shipping Mrs. Hurbert H. TobalS! .ofAshefleld. of here and maternal tools Ughly succo-'sfi; :' in increasingyields.
Beauty AcademyLearn Mass married grandmother is Mrs. ,Twyila '
Ornamental Iron w re' -
Steel StairsFabrication TILES & PAINT at 8 m. Fl'iday'1I1; the Kennedy of Rhode Island. always-dependable electric ,

a Profession In Tour S &: Erection of HILL'S MOVING Maxvllle Baptist Church. Rev. Mrs. Harris and new baby motor ia easily controlled with a *S I

Span Time. Full or Part Time Light Structural Steel Bobby Knight officiated. were able to come horn Sat time clock or float switch.

DAY A EVENING CLASSES 'Miscellaneous Iron & Storage, Inc. FUNTKOTE TILB The bride given In 'marriage urday. -

Low Tuition Terms 3340: N.B.: Waldo" Rd. Vinyl-Vinyl Anlimtofi. Asphalt bv her father chose a '
Steel Products See =
31. N.W. 10th Ave.Oalne.vW. Gainesville 872-4271 Floor FinishingProducts' gown of Chantilly lades over v .y..YYTYYY..YY. your equipment dealer ? 1

378.2761CONCRETE 33 N.W.23rd' Blvd., GuJnenvlUe pARPKT': net and taffeta with a fitted or contact us. -I'"
873-0381: \VALLP.\PKR
MUSIC bodice. Her veil was 'secured THERESSABy
PRODUCTS to a lace crown and her bouquet -
Tenney Tile & Paint
I JANITOR'S SUPPLIES Lipham Music Co. was an orchid with carnations .
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 3223 N.W. 6th at.Gainesville carried or! a Bible. Linda Crawford I l .
Gainesville Shopping Ctr.372B353 .
CONCRETE PRODUCTS 378-1302 Mrs. David B. Coverdale was lr _
ARE THE BEST FROM Spence 110 N. 'V. 10th. Avenue her sister's honor attendantwore

Chemical Supplies Authorized a rose brocade, dress. Hope Baptist Church &%

Edward's Building Baldwin Pianos &: Organs TRAVEL I Other attendants:! were similarly The New Life Bible Club W$>Va-CWj. <* *T-v y v>- .J*

Janitorial Supplies CleanIng Guitars Gibson Goya attired were.Mrs.. Roger la held each Monday after .

Supply, Inc. Chemicals Wax Drums LudwigSllngerland North. Mss Joann Shlnhotser school. Please encturage your i _

Brooms Brushes Mops Feuder Standard Amplifiers House of I and Miss Barbara Whitehead. child to attend and bring a! J rr3 /. .J.i
72. 8. Main372.4644oAIITP9Vu2 Buckets >Supplies Office Equipment Cheryl Lynn North ws" flow' friend. Ss S rte'' s .
K. PLA. &: Hquipment .
INC. er girl and Jeffery. North, Sunday School 10 a.m.,MornIng -I '
707 8K 2nd G'vtllo 979-2186: .
.. J Hancock Office AIRLINES! 1 ring bearer. Worship 11 a.m.. TrainIng r i I :. :
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Walter Ryan asthi Union, 6:30: p.m., Evening "
LADIES WEAR EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized STEAMSHIP! bridegroom's best man. U h- Worship 7:15.: Wednesday! .

era were Claude North Roger ,night Prayer Service, 1:30: p.m,' "
Dealer R. R. i with choir practice afterward.I TMeRC'S NO MATCH TOT
North. brothers of the
Motor Repair Co. Cherry'sGainesville's C1ar7VlekrTotaJIaAddIn Hotel, Car Rental bride, and,' Mr, Coverdale.The : Hop Baptist Church, Is fLNrtEl 39 E.cCTRIC... j.r'YCHfAFR.1.Otf' -. I..

.: Most Fashionable 11LAc ilne.. Calculator No Charge For Our Service revival '. / .
Of OataesvIHft Iae. reception was fetct! ,'.In planning a May lit- __ __ I 4tVlailR r
RepairingRewinding' Address For Lvdles SALES -SERVICE- RENTAL:! Weekdrrys 8:30: to 0:00: the church social halL 7th with Rev. Chet Wampleras r ? f/ft '- -- r>

New uxl Used SEiJ-SU1TS-COATS SAVE 'TIME Discus row Sat, 9 to 12. The 'couple will make their evangelist.Personals 'II'

WORK GUARANTEED f MATERNITY WEABACCESSORIES requirements with us first home in Virginia Beach; Va. ., *
52* N. Ma.n St. Osln svlU. S41S W. University Are. .FLORIDA I POWER LIGHT I ,
1080 Y. Main OalnasviU after April 1. Mr and Mrs. 'p O. Mabry, C0MPArJY., :
7 W Univev ty. Cainasvlll Phone 371-5551 Otlnesvllle 378-1601 '
Phon. 373-8318 i Out of town guests were recently visited the Naval Hospital HELPING BUIJo ,.LO UOPAGE

... Mr. and Mrs. Albert North, at Jacksonville were
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r Hamilton Gets Third Term 4-H Dress RevueTo



By Jim Fox In Green Cove

Please Fried Chicken Politics Co-op Meet
Phone In Your Items 473-4143 Top The annual Dress Revua.for

Clay County 4-H Girls will beheld

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS I !In. the :Masonic Hall. .I L ..L Saturday, April 8, at

The area workers for the 1 TEEING OFFU!! ,. ... the Charles E. Bennett SchoolIn
I Fried chicken. politicians, told the big Co-op Manager E. T. Mar- i 'I
Woman's Club sponsored can- On Thursday, March 23,, gressman ; 100000. Green Cove Springs.
I cer drive'had a kick-off meetIng members of the Keystone and a drawing for 83 free saying he would be crowd'i tin, In a brief address, reminded Invocation was given by Contestants. will exhibit

on Tuesday evening: March Woman's Golf Association par Silts occupied about 4.200 hear from them, about the members. they I Dr. A. C. Holt pastor of the i, their dresses and 4-H cloth-

28, at the home of Mrs. John ticipated In ,the monthly 9- members and friends of the problem or to receive had received a rate reductionlast I Keystone Heights Community ing record books at 5..30 p.m.,

Bird of. Magnolia Drive. hole golf-a-round, of North Clay Electric Cooperative at 'advice and counsel. March which saved them Church and an official .. -. --. followed by examination by

Mrs. Bird Is Chairman of Central Florida. The follow- the annual meeting Thurs -, ,-.-._ ,.____... ___. I welcome was extended by .J --' the judges. A covered dial

the driver and will be assistedby ing ladies from the Keystoneclub ; day.Bradford Keystone's Mayor Albert Nelson r dinner will be served at 0:3t: (

I co-chairmen Mrs. R. Griffin were present at this :! Board member < pr .
.and Mrs. D. Bullock.It tournament: Aggie Watson, Zedra Hamilton of Brooker Special guests *ere: Intro- of 4-H mombers

la estimated that 300,000 Kathy Redfearn Fran Chusslngton. was elected to his thlri"! year duced by co-op manager E. In the Dress Revue are invited

I Americans died of cancer last Zee Tolles., Vonclle term by a 3-1 margin over T Martin, Included Miss I and each family attend-

year.Memorials Ketch, and Freda? Wyman. Starke's Maurice Edwards Jr. Cheryl) Campbell of Middle- ing the dinner la asked to
available for In the Tourna- bring two covered dishes -
are Pro-Ladles Hamilton, a Bradford county
burg, was serving ns Miss I)
loved>ones, who were victims ment, which was held -at the commissioner and A cattle- Florida Rural Elecrtlflcntlon. one meat dish! and alao one

, of this di ease. Persons Interested Keystone Golf Club, on Monday, man polled 1,003. votes to 358 A treasurer's report was of the following: relish tray,
t !' are requested to contact March 27, the Keystone; team for Edwards, who was seekingthe / given by Tommy Mill Iclln, salad, vegetable or dessert.
Mrs. Bird at 4T3-4709 received first place honors witha District 7 post for the After the meal, dress revue ,
and after other reports the --
tor the necessary Informationand score of 07. Pro Les Step- first time. participants will model their
forms. henson and his teammates,I f meeting was adjourned for Eight of the o. -op'. nine director a.."mhled at the I garments starting around 7:30:
Two other veteran co-op
When the drawing of prizes, con- annual mevtlng bud ThurHilay. They are ((1-r): II. II. Sur-,
you are called on to May Henderson, Vonclle Ketch members le-elected ,a1YSR
were ducted A E. [rBudl] An- p.m.Entry
help support this drive please and Freda Wyman, were In I without opposition H. H rency, chairman; Clarvnry N. Smith, Angus Hunting, Illrk I blanks were mailed

be generous in your contribution. competition w.th teams from Surrency. from Alachua thony JrMusic Griffin, Richard Murrheo, Zislra Hamilton, and Drew Dukes.laude ., to all 4-H Club girls on March

.! Brunswick Oa., Jasper, Starke, during the day was 3, and should be returned to
Bmnnon It
Count; District 3. polled / not shown
DUPLlpATK BRIDGE Jacksonville NAS, Lake City, I 863 votes and Hicks Griffin. provided:! by the Klaudt Indian the Extension Office In Green

The Keystone Duplicate Green Cove Springs, Palatka, of Family. Arlckar.-v Indian Cove Springs not Inter than
from District 5
Bridge Club had the following Gainesville, and Mayport. t tf Gospel Singers from the Da- County Civil Defense Horse Show. Keystone Fire 5 p.m.? April 3. Entrants returning
Baker and Counties -
[ : 'winners for Thursday, On Sunday, AprU 2, the Columbia chairman c r Dakotas who appealed in tor. Clay County dlrec-I Department as well as a I blanks after the dead
855. -
March 23: First place with club wiN sponsor a Ladies', got Surrency, -- colorful Indian costumes, and sioners Gainesville large number of Individuals.dish line will not be permitted<
of the board has
71 points, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Choice April Fool's Day Tournament co-op Even: when. he's running for office Bradford's Zedra I bv. Mrs. Betty Surrency.. who to model.
served 28 and Hicks 25.
Stamen; second place starting at 2 p.m. This The) large years crowd from sev- Hamilton has. time to smile at a pretty girl, Miss" Cheryl ,!sang a solo during the< afternoon tertalned on March 22 at a dinner which/ was at- I Purpose of the annual Dress

With 67 Yt points.. Mrs. T. E. Is considered the "fun day"at eral counties drew candidates Campbell. of MlddMnirg, slice, Florida Rural Elrrtrlflcntlon.. session. coffee hour in her home on tended by about 73 membersand Revue Is to help 4-H girls to
Dent and. Mrs. R. R. Clare. the club, and anything can Among those who contributed Lake Geneva. This occasion friends. develop leadership talents, and
for election to the state and bliss Clay Electric hoop ,
The Duplicate Bridge Club, (and probably will) happru! up to the success of the day was in appreciation to all, SURPRISE BIRTHDAYS build. self-confidence and
legislature next Tuesday, Hamilton won his third term on the board at the.
which Lw' sponsored Be to mark calen 'o-op the
by the sure your were following: Melrose chairmen, co-chairmen, and Three members were surprised polie.
Keystone Woman's Club, meets dar for this date. March 28. Introducing them- annual meeting Thursday and Miss Campbell In an entry In Homemakers Club KeystonePTA assistants who worked with with cake
every Thursday night at 7:30 KEYSTONE LITTLE selves and saying a few the North Florida a RABIES: INOCULATIONAT
: words Senate candidatesJ. Strawberry Jnen pageant to take pine Keystone Woman's I her for the annual Silver Tea party when combined choirsof
LEAGUE ASSOCIATIONThe were thin Club. Clay County Board of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
of the
Community Church St. Anne's Episcopal and
Emory [Red! Cross-D., ,
Keystone Little League Public Instruction Cliw Women. the Community Church met
L. K. Edwards Jr. House ----- --- I A Rabies Inoculation Clinic
Association has organized the candidates Gene Shaw D The Bridges home was for rehearsal prior to the' will be held at the city hall

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS. four teams. and Is now having and Tom Rowand R bright wth flowers of the Easter Cantata on Good Frl-i in Keystone Heights from 2

regular practice sessions. The vying for the District 16 seat lovely gardens that surround day evening. The honoieesjwere to 4 p.m. Saturday April 1.

teams and their sponsors are and Ralph Tyre-D and his r A I the home from orange and Mrs. George Canova,I According to health, officials

as follows: Blue. ,anil Whit, opponent for the District IT rust colored lilies to azaleas organist: Mrs. Jack all warm-blooded pets

Cunningham's Gulf sponsored House seat ThomasR. and sprella. stroh, and Mrs. John should be inoculated annually,
Ralph -
by Richard Cunningham (managers 'W/fye'rb/ dt ; J Nsh Haber-I
IYI Miss Bridges provlvod an Innovation ANNUAL LUNCHEON and all owners are urged to
I are Jack Methvln, and at the Tea In AT take _
A tribute to the major Silver PAKKOFPALMSThe advantage of this rv-
Green and
; having individual': white chine annual luncheon of
changes In rural life brought
White Volunteers Ice.The
iponsoreily tea. for fee for each inoculation.
about made pots each guess table. the Community Church I
MELROSE > members of the Fire Department by electricity was
(managers are Ron- In a brief address by guest These were so well accepted Women will be held at Park- in f2 par animal.of .
that the Sunday School is of-the-Palms at 12:30: m.
ald Andrews and Q. E. Gardner sueaker U. S. Rep. Don Fuqua '
planning a fund-raising din- on Monday Apr. 3. An Interesting
):' Blue' and Gold, Belote's who was Introduced b9Bradford's Atlanta Oa, Mrs. EstherKrueger'
BUSINESSDIRECTORY Zedra Hamilton. ner late next month, at which speaker will tell of his
Drugs, sponsored by Bill Be- daughter Mrs.
time tea pots will be offered work among the Cuban refugees -
lote (managers are Dick Ak- Electricity has played a Fred Kommers of WesternS
for sale at $2. now In Florida. All
ridge and Lloyd Head); Red major role In rural life Fu- i iM in FAMILY tes- pi Ings. ill. 1 is spending ten
and.. White, Scales' Grocery, qua said, noting that today NIGHT DINNER ervatlons must be In by Fri days with her, and a side

Auto Sales & Service sponsored by Bill ScalesManagers 98 per cent of rural America The the Family Night Dinnerof day March 31, If possible. visit with her brother 'and.
Call Mrs.
Is served by the kilowatt com- Community Churchwas Alma Frost 34301.
([ are Darren Davis family, the Roger Montgomery
SPRING MOTORS and Chuck Whlsenant. pared to 11 per cent in 1925. held on March 22 PERSONALSA of Jacksonville andSpring
Many young people attended, letter has been received
The Use of electric power is
The teams will have their Lake.
Complete Service it: Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN as under the direction of from Mrs. Jesse Huckert who
doubling 1
first doubleheader, on Saturday every years
Barry Wyman, the teenagers is now with her daughter!
said. but the cost of the kilo-
April 1 at the Keystone
'Jt: K! For.4 Volkswagen Park. "' watt 1 is going' down due to. provided an unusual musical and family In Ntfw Jersey ,
City win
'* W"'Haw It." Playingtime. efficient production methods. M program featuring the official Following the death""of her I At Florida Pert Control
be at 5 -
Anray Plenty; of Good Used p.m.SERVICE Costs will continue to go 4 songs of various states husband she went with' her e> CHEMICAL CO.

Volkswagen In Stock MEN'S CORNER down against a background of alarge son and family to Washington --
Own re.wIflp.. La4.821" George Alien, son of Mrs. The, Fuqua predicted.looked U S. map. Roxanne D. C. where she had a
Lena Clemens of Hillcrest, left congressman Ketch served of fall and
as narrator suffered an ankle
into the future
and predicted I FREE
BEAUTY SIIOI- Wednesday to report for active -
"great things" In the I this "Sentimental Journey"Other and leg fracture. She plans to r
duty in Viet Nam. As members of the remain with
KEYSTONEBEAUTY soon as we receive word of production of electricity by I her children for
nuclear youth group were Elaine Inborn some time as she will be
SHOP his new address, we will pass Declining power.' farm prices were Susan Bird Pat Wrn- confined for at least two Termite InspectionAnd

It on to our readers. kle, Debra Hawes Diana. ,11 months with a heavy cast. EstimateNO
Edith "Johnann. Owner also noted by Fuqua, who --- ----- -
Personal Lee Button, son of :Mr. and said he talked over the prob- "Nobody gave me perrnlssimr, hut I'm oltl-fuNhlontxl ugh to do It anywaj. pen, Leslie Beam Bonnie Mc- I Friends may( write to her at OBLIGATION -

A Creative Mrs. Harold L. Sutton spent lem with Secretary of Agriculture mild" chairman: If. II. Siirrenoy and wont on to give a brief, message on the moan- Lean, Marshall Gallop Barry 26 Franklin Ave. Montvale, WHY TAKE CHANCES
Easter weekenJ with his famIly Wyman Jr.. and Johnny N. J. In care Mrs. Ray Kurt-
Hair StylingbdlvMual He has Just completed Orville Freeman last Ing of Easter" to the huge crowd assembled under u long& tent for the annual Warren.Mr. Phone 964-5745

Beauty Car basic> training at Ft. Benning, Tuesday before leaving meeting of the Clay: Co-op lust ThunKlay.Thane and Mrs. Clarence zke.Mrs.. Maude McDougal and
Every Form of Beauty Culture' Ga., and. 1 Is Washington D. C. aHHWiiblixl. ate fried chicken" ctorx, mid took part ,
now starting a voted on three din Slpe, who will celebrate Mrs. Miss Florence Lang of Sasa-
Opsa Tae..-Sat. 9-6: "I'm as close to jou as MURRHEE
Closed Monday your Post Office" the con- In a drawing for 83 prizrs.::. Slpe's 85th birthday on April katchewan. Canada. are visiting -

Reysteao nelplll 419-4MJI 1. were !guests at the speak- Mrs. Olive Stevens and Insurance Agency
SCHEDULEOF [ --- er's table. John Hlmble was her sister Mrs. Mablo Hus-

BOATS MOTORS SERVICES p. fit In the Masonic Temple.I also saluted as he celebratedhis bands. Richard Murrhee Agt.
training program for busfneaal View Restaurant In Cedar Key. of Tennessee enjoyed her spring IN APPRECIATION 89th birthday on March Mrs. Louise Perry's daughter General Insurance
PARKof Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan vacation. In the Bahamas j,Fire Casualty Marine
BILL'S MARINE administration, at Ft. Jack- Miss Marilyn Bridges, 24. and family visited her fort
the son, S. C. are spending the week at Pompano Mrs. Marvin Homer and daughter of Mr and Mrs. Roy MrS. Elmer Howe's Circle the Easter holidays. Mrs. Vir-I Auto Bonds
SALES A SERVICE HERE. N' THERE Beach. Mr. and Mm.< daughter Melanie 'were recent :Keystone Heights 4734788I
Bridges of Lake Geneva, en- was hostesss for the covered glnla Thomson and children.
"The Fun Fleet's In" PALMSSUNDAYS Jack Methvfal was a recent :Morgan Joined Bill's brother! guests at the home of

Chrysler Lone Star Boats patient at the Bradford< and alster-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Homer's sister, Mrs. Jan --

Chrysler Motor County hospital. Mrs. F. E. Morgan 0: 'r Ilr-I H. Mills of Jacksonville

.Service. St: Fart for 11:00 A.M. 7:30 PJH. Mr. and Mrs. Don Moignn fleld, Conn., who are spending; '' Mrs. Dorothy Johnston and\

All Outboard and family moved Into their a month in Pompano Bo,u.". sons. Daryl and Malcolm, were

Comet me. 21 A 2MelroM THURSDAYS new home (recently purchased Last Saturday nlte. Cindy In St. Cloud Ft. Pierce and I

<475-2518< 7:30 P.M. I I' from the Bert Chrlstoffers), Scales, daughter of Mr. and Melbourne, for the THlnHSII !

FUNDAMENTALBIBLE ''I last weekend. Mrs. Bill Scales, entertainedher I Donn'e,' Dowling, a wet'kend.\\ :
CLEANERS ( dance at
with a
TEACHING Last Sunday, Mrf'*and Mrs. friends at Newberry College, spentthe
Charles McOlave and daughter her home. Guests included: weekend with his family,

Keystone AH Services Held In The I Patty, and Mr. and Mrs. Beth Jackson, Susan Baker, the Bill Dowllngs.

Cleaners Inc. Congenial Atmosphere Everett Fox and children, Cathy Chapman, Annie Car- Students home from FsU: 4I

Of The Lounge. I I Jackie and Jim, celebrated theFox' denas, Kendall Turner, Debbie last weekend were Bruce Moon, _
O. K. Davis
Bleasdale, Steve Thrift Don- Loraine Dey, Kay Sunderlandand
at the Sea
]Every Dry Cleaning Service I anniversary ni O'Steen; Evelyn Hague, Val- Tom Gardner I I would like to take this
Laundry Finish or Fluff
erie Turner, Rick Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sun- ''

2 Day Service Todd Brannon, Kem Bonner, derland Sr. of Wilmington,

Pick Up and Delivery she :Mike Wrinkle Johnny Vallde- Dela., are visiting their son .

Keystone lialghU 473-8084 Today evi end. full Jack Funderburk and and family, the Richard Sun- I opportunity to thank you for ,., .

CONCRETE Larry Carnes. I II derlands of Lave Oak Drive.
| Mrs.. Billle Tibfals, of Ak- Mr. and Mrs. David Sunder,
banks mail!
Hawthorne Concrete by i ron Ohio, was a recent guest land (Joyce), who are presently
at the home of her sister and stationed at Ft. Rucker, loyal support and vote.

& SUpply, Inc. Mrs. used the brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ala., were visiting this week- your r

... RED Yesterday I Alex: Brokas. end with David's parent Mr.
I mails mainly to conduct I Kathy McOlave spent Easter and Mrs. Dick Sundorland, and

; CONCRETEHwy,20 MIX her social corresI weekend with Nancy Wood of'I' Joyce's grandparents, Mr. and I in the Special General Election

I pondence. But,' my how Ocala. Mrs. John Phillips. ',. i ,,
,; W. Hawthorne Snellen and Tom I I.
Harold I
the picture has changed
481-2932. 2031 I Crom, students attending Car- II
I *""*I Mrs.\ Today (Mr, Today, .1 son-Newman College in Jefferson I of March 28.

NURSERY too) can actually transact City, Tenn., spent the NEWS NOTESBy I

all her banking business !- weekend. with Harold's parent -

O.C. Carnes Nursery via the nearest mail- : Mr. and Mrs. Tom Helen Egan !

'Hlway 1M, Florahome box by taking advan- Crutchfield. I .
Let Me .h
:29; Miles SE of Starke tage of our' Bank-by- Bull King and his roommate, Again Say .
Jack Jones, who are seniorsat
Nursery Stock Thousands mail Service. She can
Fruit Florida Atlantic University, EASTERN. STAR
of Plants to:
thus save time, save in Boca Raton spent the week- Worthy Matron Geraldine
from. Nice
Trees to choose
.Shade Trees Evergreens steps, and .suit'' her. own I end with BUl's family, the Jackson and Worthy Patron Thanks

tt Landscape Plants. All convenience!t' William Kings of Lake Brook- Hector Ownbey presided at'

the OES chapter meeting on
In containers Plant any BANKBYMAILSEITopen VICE enables you to lyn.Mrs.. Wllbar MtDanlell and
: March 21. Associate PatronJ.
time.1 Camellias &: &
1Leus do landscaping your account, m,ake deposits have In- Dr. Phil Parsons recently A. Williams announced

Phorm your 684-1185 terest credited, withdr aw funds at any time completed a dentalInstructional that Melrose Masonic Lodge I

all by malL program which was and Keystone ,Heights! Eastern ,
USED CARS conducted at the Thunderbird Star chapter memberswill '
:Motel in Jackson.r'Jle. Tho

'BIG Hanks CASH Used DISCOUNT Cars I KEYSTONEMember' 5 STATE; BANK cerned course with was Implant primarily dentures con-, hosts Chapter to sponsor of the Rainbow and Jacksonville serve Girls on as KffllH K. EDWARDS Jr.

which la a relatively new
I F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. March 31. An Initiation degree !
TERMS technique la the field of den !
will be given for the
BUr-- SELL, TRADE "Your Friendly BarComm ik In Your Friendly tistry. members of Masonry and'
RK 1 Box M Peggy Hewitt, along with
I unity." Eastern Star members at 8, (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
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_,,'yyy.yVV1y'vvvVVYU I first bass last Saturday I helped Debbie celebrate. I'',.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYVW spent their home the Easter on Lake holidays Wlnnott In Local Man Races At Sebring the.here. University from Atlanta of Florida. structor Jr. High at school.Bradford County
of is a
Walker Carolyn,
Helen His wife,
I know she has the fishing-! and visited, a few friends. I IMr. :
BEACH fever now. Her mother and Jacksonville and Mr. and MELROSEBy .. Martha MacKeachie'Bguests I'

INDIAN father Mr. and Mis Raymond Mrs. Dolph Reddish and children that arrived last Thurs- In Sports Car Endurance TestsA 1'1 -
of Starke were Sunday
Slaven of Eustis were Sally RothhammertAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA day was Donald Hoagland of

4 (Lake Sante Fe) visiting the Morrises over the guests of Mr. and Mis. D. W. GrasBvaJley, Calif. and. Friday II COME TO THE FAIR

By: Michael II. Cliltty weekend and enjoying the Carpenter. and Alex: Hoaglaml of Mexico\ City. twenty-five year old compete for two hours. :

Ph. 475-2171 fishing Mr. Slaven hung: a Henry Norsworthy Duplicate Bridge winners They are here visiting' with Starke man will be vying for Temperature during thc Se- BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR

bass fishing from the dockon Miss Connie Hoyduke of last week were: 1st place -- .their father A. C. Hoagland I road racing fame and fortune bring races is usually In the ,

..................4A.. Saturday and it wrapped Jacksonville were visiting his' Mrs. J. P. Foster and Mrs. on Seminole Road.Commutiltar I this weekend. at the annualSebring 90'. a factor which presents ,

OieettaKs a al1this: la around a. cypress trre. Betty parents. Mr. and Mrs. I* W. E. B. Goff. 2nd place Mrs. sports car endurance a.. big problem to competitors -

spring-fever struck rollIng Jumped in clothes and. all. to Norsworthy on Sunday. Mrs. C. W. Hardy and Mrs F. T. races just how hard to< YES We Will Be There !

your reporter saying "AAAAH- help land It. He hung; another Reba Norsworthy's sister. Hogue. 3rd place irs. Roland I Dave VonHouser 232 N. drive, and still keep the engine .

one later that broke his Mrs. Kathleen McInnis of r/yan and Mrs. J. P. U.'c. Walnut St., will compete In from burning up. ,

SUW'It! good line as he got it to the dock. Ocala, has also been visiting Vone. 4th place Mrs. Mary I the Florida. Four-Hour sedan "The heat will undoubtedlybe
'3 that When time all agnin the poor Mr and Mrs. W. J Davisof them for several days. Cook and Miss Iva Hlllyer -..." ...,....._......... championship endurance race a problem. One that we NICE

people! Waycross. da. were: week- Mrs. Leantha Collins of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sever'' : ctvuroh Di Friday which Is held In con- hop to capitalize on. We have
eprirgever. -
victims of hay-fever. and end guests of Mr. and! Mrs. K Jacksonville and Oenla Porter Jr. arrived last Wednesda.y'from ''A. C.' kkM..eresterl Mr! *. junction with the world famous Improved. our oil cooling system -
-etc. start Believe W. Revels. During the week of PhoenIx. Ariz spent Tifton' Ga. for several George Cain YII. areanM 'Sebring 12'hour Grand to the extent that we HOUSE OF MUSICServing

rubbing their eyes. all of two brothers and nephews last week with their brother days Visit with his mother and 'I Sunday School. 1 ::3tt a,. m I Prix of Kmiuranc Tha race think we can go all out for
me I sympathize from Blackshear Oa, visited and sister-in-law. Mr. and sister. Mrs. Sever and Shirley. iDg WtwshJo"l'1 a. .!D. begins at 10:00: am. (EST). 4 hours. This, is our plan. We

ou. because I know week how T salute you them and did some fhhlnsc. Mrs. Andy Boswell. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Towellof ..su.&I. Open &M W1. :tlOUTSa.rebvten i VonHouser and his racing want to win very badly," Von your area for many years is noW' bringingthe

feel. So this My brother Wayne Chit- Mrs. W. A. Wallace Is Cincinnati, Ohio were recent -*- .n I partner, Dave A. Sloyer of Houser said.Vonifouser. :, store right to your door step.
you "all with a big "Gesund- ty and Marshall Beam of spending this week with her guests of their friends, PaUla Presbyterian GhuratiR 'Atlanta, have entered their also< cald that he

heit Keystone, went on a surfing son In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Levine. -- v J. R. NeaJa /Jalate mlai- I Italian-built Flat-Abarth racer expected the, stiffest competition -,I Many Bargains To Choose From
My grandmother Mrs At- safari to Crescent Beach, and The "Red" Neals had an Sunday after church the Le- S;of... W. > W\UU6. orjanlat in the Group/ class (850/ to from the other Fiat A-.

ha Copeland and I! x'eie thru in St. Augustine. They enjoyedthe overnight visit from two nephews vines' and Mr. Levine's par- ; Mrs. Cart.:: Swisher, 1,000 c.e.), and will competefor bartha a factorybackedteam < Bring the children and try one of our fine practice

Onlnesvllle\ Wednesday trip but they had one and a niece from Illinois ents, Mr. and. Mrs. N. Levine bummer organist.: a J25O first place cash a- from Connecticut. The piano
beautiful Spinet
and of new
Sunday visiting my aunt problem there was no surf.- last week. They are spent several hours at Sunday Schoul.: 9.44 m wart against cars of similar partners are self-supporting pianos or one our

uncle, Mr and Mrs. Roy E. "Better luck next time fellows college students and had Silver Springs. Morning Wor h1P. 11 a. m.. engine size. !Entered in this and receive no financial ILIIsl t- !I' For Your Fair

Crenshaw and family. Mr. ." been spending their vacation Carol Rothhammeir? of Little unday [Nursery open both class are two other Flat-A- ance, except .from McMillan, Priced Right .

Crenshaw has Just begin: remodeling Mrs. Barnhlll of Barnhlll's on the beach. Mr. and Mrs. ', Rock University in Arkan- iiourb.j barths. Sunbeam Imps, Saabs, Ring-Free Oil Company whichpays Hear and
his home We had avery them, for advertising the Same easy. terms arranged as always.
reported that she had Neal spent Sunday visiting : sac arrived last Thursday eve- and Austin Coopers. Sixty- I
nice visit while we were ramp catches cf fish Mr. and Mrs. MacArthur In nin.g for a short visit with five cars, Including Alfa-Rom-, merits of their racing oil. | play the CONN OHOAN. Many used models to-
several good
the-e: but It was good to get the FernandIna. [her brother Clynn and his St. Aime'a ACT. W. W. eos Chevy Camaros, Ford Considering previous com, choohe from.
in over
back to Indian Beach andr were weekend.brought Ed Johns of Jacksonville Mrs. H. T. Smith had all I.family a sister, Joyce Rowe WorotaU vicar: B. O. Cop.- Mustangs and Dodge Dartsare petition successes the pair I,

*.m! tthlnor! agaIn. had four bafa from Tf, her family down for Easter!: and her family, another sInter IIIWIId, 01'1 114101St. scheduled for the event should do well at Sebring.
Linda< and Leonard Swear- : all enjoyed Wanda Chamblee and fam Morning Prayer and Heruion but all compete for prizes in They won' the 1966 Sports Car!
weekend Trier
Infren" and daughter Terry :3 to 0'4 pounds. Harvey and flailing ily. Carol managed to see ,. 2nd Sod 4Ui Sundays their individual classes aa well Club of America (SCCA) '

Lynn were visiting! Leonard's I Jones of Jacksonville, caught visiting Rev. Al Vaught and his several friends Friday. Saturday tf3O; aIA.. [Cnurvwy opan.1! aa for,over-all places. Southeastern U. '5. Division

pnrents Mr. and MI's.' Fred:! I four bass and one boat had wife Jean were vlslitlng Mrs. she accompanied her Holy Eucharist and.sermon The race lasts for four long Class :D Sedan Championship:, WHY NOTI

Sivearlnpren\ on Sunday. Teirv!' fifteen specs. Strandberg Monday brother Glynn and wife Sallyto let; and 3rd Sundayov 9.39: AM. hours around the tortuous 5.2 with seven straight first place
filled Jo
: nd Barbara Mathis of Oalnesvllle. Orlffen's Camp was: T. L. Nor- Cedar Keys for a visit with [nursery openj. Churc mile course. Each driver willSoafinq victories. i iAa I
Mr. and Mrs.
from Thursday till Sunday -
were also visiting up week her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Softool. 9:30: A. M. "Holy Kuohaalat a full time journalist
One Brownllng and par- wood are in Miami this:
them. brother. Grant Rothhammer.Mr. ;, a.. m. each. 8unday. student at the University of ABOVE ALL" Attend
Mr. Norwood's 'P7 Put "CIIKIST
Fonden and Ruth Dau h- ty of Plant City. and Tampa. and Mrs. E. M. Robhv! Evening: Prayer.' 7:30: P. M .' Florida, VonHouser was unable,

tery and children were vlslitInw spent the week at Orlffen'sLodge. Munn Norwood. son's Boater weekend guests each) Sunday. EYC. 8.:93 P. hI.each : to accompany Sloyer to the' '
Millers caught a
They came Vn Thursday The Jack SCCA! National
the "Lucky" LutRens were their daughter and husband Sunday. Championship, REVIVAL SERVICES
night with 100 specs Allan variety from their dock over Races
over the weekend. along with and Jack Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Deity, offices of Momlrut at Riverside. California i I' I
Doug and Sandra Lutgen and Orlffen was guiding for the weekend Dunk and family of Miami and eveningPrayer, 8.00: A In November. Sloyer won sec.
bass fishing and caught 12 caught three bass Monday ond place in that event, which
Plen Gnann and sister MaryLots
children. The Lutg>ns are M. and 5:00: P. M. Brooker ChurchAPRIL
still working on their bulk- bass himself; he had three mornIng. Peggy and Coburn of Theresua visited with t ? pitted 18 of the fastest Class Baptist

held and working: company Saturday that averaged eight Raines were down for the their friend Mrs. Bessie Coch- -Lutheran D (group /9)) sports sedans In

always helps. They had an pounds and Sunday one weekend and Joined the MIllers ran recently. They also spent 'Lutheran Church of Key- the country against each other, 2ND 7TH

Easter egg hunt for the chlll- weighed 8 114/ pounds. Roy Saturday night for a fish some time with the Casons. stone Heights; Vicar Richard for .the national trophy. ,

dren. Bill Lutgen called Sun- Griffen had a party out that !tupper Lou's mother Mrs. Other guests of the R. M. I Meyer minister. The tiny Flat-Abarth was Rev. ", i : :''I'r1Douglas ,

lay from Minnesota, to say caught 21 bass the largestone Ruby Dyal, her sister Mrs. Casons last week were Mrs.: Divine woisnlp, Sunday 11a. built in. Torino Italy, specifically I- .". j

he was' )leaving for Kansas weighed 91* poun
*it( .. Kansas to plar volleyball took Mr. and Mrs Boatsman Gainesville, and her sister Brown, Mrs. J. V. Ford, and Sunday of each month. and features a 982 co. '' _
this.! week It seems that of Iowa, out on Saturday and and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Canon and (laughter Services held each Sundayat engine rated at 102 hp. It Atlanta Ga.EVANGELIST.
they caught eight bass! and Mrs Buddy Kelly and three Diane Jane, all of Palatka.Mr. St. Anne's has a 5-speed transmission,
his team will play a profes- Eniscopai
sional team! there. Bill hopesto on Sunday they got :four. children of Pensacola. all and Mrs. Hued' S. Hol- Church Keystone {eights, and has four-wheel disc brakes,

be back home In August. My father. James Chitty. spent the weekend at the loway guests for the holiday Fla. larger than those of most

'Rpthr Morris caught her has been putting the hook to Millers were their daughter and hus- By Lynn Hamilton .American family cars da- 7:30 EACH NIGHT
the bass lately also. he Mrs. W. E Kite has a new band Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Ken- -Baptist spite the fact that the car

caught around 15 over the pet One of the caries on nemore and their three children Worarilp services : Sunaa, BOAT TRAILERINO IS weighs only 1340 pounds. Top Singing

weekend. A lot of them were heir farm was having: trou- Dlnda, Pam and Devlu 11 a. m.., 7 7::30 p. m. [nurserj NINE PARTS CAUTION speed of the car I is 118 mph,
Boat trailerlng Is nine parts
males so the females shouldbe Ve! so she brought it home of Greenville S. C. They left open], and it can accelerate from Music
caution. and one part skill Special .
going on the beds. ind has been feeding:! it w'th'! Monday morning leaving De- Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. the folks at Evln- 0-60( > mph In seven aeconds.
according to
Mr. and Mrs. Normnn Barber a bottle. She says it follows yin with his grandparents fora (nursery openj. Training Di rude Motors. Here's a short VonHouser who holds Na- A Cordial WelcomeTo

spent theweekend: In her everywhere. The Kites few weeks. ton 8-30: p. m. nursery OPen I 'list of do's and don'ts that tional and International All '

Jacksonville visiting: their visited the Walker family Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Baker's Rev. Lawrence Carroll. will help you become an ex petition driving licenses,com-I

parents Mr. and Mr W. C Saturday nfuht Mrs. Walkerwas holiday guests were their pastor. pert. raced as a hobby since Let him that is athirst
1 when he
Barber, and Mr. and Mrs. W. celebrating her birthday. daughter-in-law Mrs. Ellenore Caution. begins in drive began whosoeverwill
,V. Edenfield. Mr. and Mrs. James Rob- Baker and grandson Steven of ",,". Y'YYYr''YTr .Make the your tiedownsare a Jaguar XK-120 roadster on come. And
from Stuart. way. sure California road racing circuits.He let him take the
bins returned Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant i secured and the is
i Mr. and Mrs. Gorden P-joIe gear has resided in Starke water of life freely.
were visiting their daughterand Dallas Texas whete they BROO.KERBy evenly distributed.. in the boat.If .
two and children David and Judy since August, 'when he moved Rev. 22:17 '
son-in-law Mr. end Mrs. ; have been for the past you own one of the larger ,
Lagrasse' In Gainesville, on weeks. Mr. Robbins att8ndec1; Ontario. Canada are spending rigs,you'll probably need 'a
several days with Mra. L Joyce I
Sunday. a. school there and they did side-view mirror ,to permit

Charley Easter Sunday has always,I some sightseeing.Mr. W. Neefus. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA maximum visibility while
meant a great deal 1 to us all and Mrs Preston Flll- Mrs. Mungo Wilson accompanIed -i BIRTHDAY driving.
Mr. and Mrs. David DINNER
E. but this time it meant even mon and children Don and] Mangham of Swan Lake on a Roy Green of Brooker. waa If you've never trailered a I

more to me. Because this Brenda. of Tampa. ftn1\ Robert holiday trip to Fort Lauderdale honored on his 59th birthdaySunday boat before, take a few short I i.
Caster I at a and Novice Ward of! around '
JohnsAbout was baptized and enjoyed watching an with a basket dinner practice runs your
little past three o'clock. The Starke were visiting Mr and neighborhood. You'll soon no- I'
followed _
Easter) parade while there. by an egg hunt. Out _'_
ceremony was held at Mid- Mrs. Pete Barton over the Lee Womble spent Sundayin of town guest who attended tice that it takes more room ZLr "_!

(his question: Lake. and the services were" weekend Sandervllle Ga. visiting were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilson to stop and you have to awing
performed by Rev. Paull.*'" I: want to remind all of you Green and daughter Jane of wider on turns. Depending on a
with Ills brother and sister, i-
"Vacation travel includes Kstes of Hampton Baptist fishermen that the buss have Freeman and Willie Womble.Dr. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mra. J.' the size of your rig your car's

thd hazard of accidents, Church. There were around been biting good lately, so and Mrs. Cecil Hooks T. Taylor and family of Palatka pickup will be slower. Don't

theft, or injuries in fat 15 people witnessing the when you have some spare guests for the holidays were ,. Mr.: and Mrs. Kenneth I gun the engine, but accelerate c

away places. Does the event. time get out there and catch their daughter and son-in-law Green and family of Wildwood I evenly up to regular highway ) ;

Charley E. Johns Agency Mrs. C. C. Strandberg had you a mess for supper. Thereis Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. Hearse Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham speeds. When passing another

overnight guests on Thurs- nothing more exciting to Jr. and two children Macy and Sr. of Lakeland, and Mr. and automob.le making sure you
have connections with insurance
day. Her granddaughter and catch- or better to eat in my Ann of Tampa. Sunday 'lut Mrs. Frank Tlnney and 80n', I have more than enough room
I _
agents and adjusters her husband. DottIe and opinion than a bass. ing the Easter Egg Hunt Steve, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill to swing safely back into your I _

all over the country Steve Mclntlre of Atlanta, In closing this week wantto many children won prizes and Rimes of Gainesville. There ; lane. As soon as you. have

to give prompt claim Ga. stopped by to see her. extend a personal Invita- one of them was Macy, granddaughter .. were approximately 100 guest : the "feel" of your rig you're

service in any emergency They were on their way to tion to all of my lords to of Dr. and Mrs.Hook. who attended. Many more ready to take to the open I

?" see Dottle's: parents, Mr. and attend Homecoming at the (Mrs. E. I. VanNetta' left py birthdays, Mr. Green.hap-I road.There's. _
Mrs Sam Butler In Ormond Hampton Baptist Church Sunday for a visit with her IHKTimXY PARTY only one trick to

Charley E. Johns Beach. Sundai". beginning with Sun- mother, Mrs. Leila Cannon at Mr.! and Mrs. Horace Stokes, backing up your trailer on the

Peggy Shaughnessy spent day School at 10 a. m. There Lakeland.Mrs. Jr., entertained with a weiner launching ramp. Rememberthe 'eL

Agency Friday night with Debbie Co- will be dinner on the BernIce :M. Cano's roast at ithelr home last week trailer will swing in the ,

comise and attended her grounds and singing by Gospel dinner guests last Sundaywere for daughter, Martha About opposite direction you turn .

131 S. Walnut St. >)'lrthdav slumber pnrtv Several Quaretts Bro. Marvin Mr. and Mrs. Ovid R. 30 young people attended this the steering wheel. If you

girls from Starke also Faille ulll be the guest Gano and daughter Mellaa, gala affair. Martha received want the trailer to awing left.
PhONE 9(51-5070( ( must turn to the right
... speaker See you Sunday also two grandchildren of St. many lovely gifts. I ,
and vice
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i here's in
Now Leeon Augustine. Later tie day ;r-
Back Too much
LEEOVS CORNER Mr. and Mrs. OVid Gar,'> and The.. Biooker Baptist Church up slowly.

Horace" MoIl_ visited with Mrs. will begin their revival on speed can cause the trailer to .4.,
in I '
jackknife resulting damageto
Horace the horse. Gano's mother ;Mrs.!, Celeatia April 2 and continue through "
the boat car and trailer. .H'V
Was a good ole pet. West in Gainesville. A sister April 7th. The Rev. Douglas
Have a partner guide you towater's
He's never thrown, of Mrs. Gano's and husbandMr. Maloney of Atlanta., Oa. will I

A person yet. and Mrs. B. M. Bablngton be the speaker each evening. edge., tilt Remove outboard the reartiedowns ,,

When It came to running. and children stopped by for Please make your plans, to attend lock your it In ,
motor up and posi '
and awhile. TheY' had been vacationing all. of these
Just between you me. services beginning tion. Continue back slowly un. __ :
Horace was as fast in Atlanta, Ca. and at 7:30: ( each evening. .
til the water Hne nears the -l---:: ,
As any horse could be were on their way horn to nUts Douglas of Atlanta trailer wheel hub. As a general -

He won the Kentucky Derby Melbourne.Mr. Oa. spent the Easter holidays rule, don't Immerse the

And he also won the Freak- and Mrs. Bunyun Kelly with hill parents. Mr. and Mis. wheel hub in either fr".1or.
had as their'holiday guests a H. C. Douglas.
ness. salt water. When sliding the
And then he finally dIscovered nelce and nephew Ed and M1'8..1. c. Harrell and boat off the trailer, hold onto

Carol Bennett of Tampa. Bun. daughter Hilda of Gainesville the bow line to prevent: the _

That fillies were hU weak- yun Kelly Jr., Sandra and attended services at the boat from drifting into open
J Kaater in Miamiat
Cindy spent Brooker
ness. Baptist Church Sun- water.
slater's Mr. and ,
!his home
But when he met sweet Here' one last word of caution -
Mrs. Patrick C. Gllsson and day.Mrs.
Phylls. Theo Dyal spent Friday to the smokers. When

lie knew she must be his family. with her daughter and son-in- trailerlng a rig, never throwa
Jim Simmons, son of Lt.
mute law the W. H. Sorrtlls and lit cigarette out the car
Col. and Mrs. E. R. Simmons
--- -- And to start to raise a family In Jacksonville. window. Air currents createdby
home from Stetson University -
C'CTOHTESY "PASSSUBJICTTO family was Mrs Doris Kelly and sons. the moving automobile forma
for the Boater holi Alike.Not "shot
lOc SERVICE CHARCI CHILDREN They could hardly wait Lynox and Jerome; and grand perfect funnel into your by a long !

., .,vi) I5 SIRVICI CHARCI ADULTS Now the years have passed days.Mr.. and Mrs. Albert C. daughter, Dana Dyl spent open boat. .4
number twentY' or more. Sunday at the home of
They Mr.
17TH ANNUAL And if you're wondering .Spires had a* their guestsfor and Airs. Winston Kelly at To the casual observer identical twins areDoes provide- depositor protection.up to

BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR about the family. and friends Easter, Patricia their son Fulp Chris and Silver Springs.Mr. .': weekend wth Mr. and Mrs. W. almost impossible to tell apart Once you $15OOO, under The Federal Deposit Insur-

They now have thirtyfour.Ole Joe Ann Snythe, all of Miami. and Mrs. Harlan Smith K.. JUcks, and also visited Mr. know them well; however you" can see the ance Corporation? The. answers to these

ANDUATIQNAL Horace tells his stories Betty Nail of Orange Park and son Alan of Auburndalewere and Mrs..C. L. Atkinson. individual characteristics that set them apart questions can be "YES',only if its' a bank.

STRAWBERRY Of how he used to jump the spent Easter with her parents the weekend guests of Mts. El'nestne.Dukes. and And so it )Is with your bank,Another financial If you don't know the difference between a

hurdle. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Price Mr. Mrs. Leroy Stokes, recentl- children' of, Gainesville. were institution may look the same on the bank and this/ other financial institution may-

_OfflI"_ FESTIVAL But sweet Phylls just looks y.Mr. visiting Mrs. Ethel Ru&a and outside but there the similarity stops. be you should ask a few more questions.

FAIR GROUNDS STARKE MARCH 29 THRU and sighs. Sr.Mr.. and Mrs. Bert H. Chip- and Mrs. Wilson RUM Mxs. C. L. Atkinson Monday.! I Think ,a minute and: then ask yourself a ,,

APRIL It 1967 And whinnies "Pull up pint spent Easter in the home and son, Zeb, and daughter! VIe are sorry that there is few question about this: other financial '.. Why not ask us? The Florida BaA kerf

HOURS WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. 12-11 your girdle.AdJwotable of Mrs. Chlapplni's brother Edna. of Apopka spent, the aa much sickness in our com- institution" !, :"OOPS it guarantee)in adti ( Association!, P. O. Drawer 1513. 'Or-

and family, Mr. and Mrs. munity. It seems that.. every .vance, to pay a specified, rate of(;interest ., lando. Florida,32802. We will be happy
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Vinyl Book Charles Button of Galr1e vUle.1 family has been hit; by the flu on savings ? Can it provide trust serv-' to 'send you free, a folder that could

Covers. All sizes' 30 rent. ea.at Col. and Mrs. Jesse P. bug this last month. stokesof ices.Does it. offer checking service? affect your financial security.
Greene had an their guest for Mr. and Mrs. Donol
The Telerraph. Easter their grandson of the ,Panama City wet the

Navy Lt. and Mrs. John B : weekend guests of Mrs. Alberta ,:'.. .
Jr. of Been and Ruby'Stokes. a,
Colman recently
THE RIGHT POINT for the I .-
stationed at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott Florida and
way you write. Come In and vllle, Texas now 0"f 4OO banks in bahind-you your
and family visiting relatives.
Field. were
select you' favorite E! Cecil I ASSOCIATION
BROOK .ouDtaln pen. lTER-1 I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A.Tetter .' aid,. friends la\ Bar tow FLORIDA BANKERS W

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,...?TY............... Sunday and were dinner .. Methodists Plan r BRADFORD CLAY cores. sea been. moil, .....I..t. I"ou I Hj nnillih, %t MonrtlKepillv i" app.>ai, In th' ''surf. < end
In the nhf styled. eourland 'rlnrk. inV' i aline... If any I'U 'an.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken .. .. In ))1 REALTORSEET! ynu are rnqulftfU U seers I ;i'_: it i i why the action of this courtIn
Bayless Hiway neth. EUIf.'on. Venture I'I a <'"PV of tour wrltton clefKnn ailmitflnrc .raid. will to probate
The BradfordClay Boardof ., U! any. to. it tit .nitnM1'I.H ebould not stud unre
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and m aN .' Starting SundayRev. Deattors held their March 'iMmiipHDM or .icRiiaiiN.AU.M1CHA.K1. { first IN CCH'NTTirtJOK'puhllcatinnhla' !. COURT notice ,I voK J children. were dinner cuests: of ... <' : lit TOM tI N>lON. FOW. I /e/ThPrnQ A. Yawn
J. I', : I) dinner meeting at the Lazy \Unrney. for PUIntlC. :' Whoseaddrv.N COUNTY .JUDO i I'.
By Mr. O. E. Crosby; his mother, Mi-s. Alma Dyal of ,' Emrjftjv. 'FUORTDA.ta I .
;, Susan Restaurant' In Key In I'OMttt\ \< e UrnwurCuNulneMVlllo l 1''slnt. .RAr>"FOHD COUNTY,
i : of
....Y..Y.99..y \I Travis; A. Warlick. y'LORIDA.
y Hampton Sunday. Immediatepast ) Florida will fllf MATTIR 1>. (JAlfAOAN.deceaeed. .
Little pastor of the first MethodtetChurch" stone Heights. the atltfinu.1. with the Ol'.rlat I j 1.9 4t ..
The W. M. U. and Bt other- ;Randy; Clew U home .l .. of Hueytownr Ala. board president). Da X&1 th*. abitca-. .t lud Cb-url on' NOI'I"'W' TO ('R F.'>I'l'OKS ,
with the measles this week. op .ko.. a* AnvlU, IHrti oth r- '
Wits named Realtor of AlLt.ereditnr nf toe estate of :
hood of Bayless Hlway held Mrs. M. L. Conner, Mr. and \ will conduct: a. series ol serv- Davis WINe. a Judgment may Da ..navalnwt Matte' P. Qahuiran. d their regular monthly meeting ives "A Venture In Faith" the Year', and- Harley Broom t.,1 you for the re.Ilf are. hereby. notified. and r.- RuuDGAS
the church Mrs. Billy Joiner: and bate/! was bucked! as ''Associate of timiiMiiUKd" hi the Amended golfed l"'' file any claim' or
Monday :
at night. baby. Mn and Mrs J. R. Kelly I at the First Methodist '.'' Camplutnt. t riHtnanda which they Biav haul'
Plans were made foe the Year.. Quests at' this .WlTNMrtrt hand"sad' the ,,
the coming .'i Church starting Sunday, mv: n>caln r wild atat In the of. LINED
Spring Revival and sons, Mr. and Mrs. H. B meeting included Ralph ......1 l of. Klil Court on this Uat flee 1 \ of the miiinty Judge at ,i
Kelly and daughters. Mr. and Apill 9, at ,,7:30: p. m 4nd clay .t Marci,, .A. p. 1981. rail furd Couney, VMurlda. In 10 YEAR WARRANTY
Beginning Sunday: evening, Mrs. Vincent continuing twice dairy*, at' 10 Thomas. Mrs. Carcella 'Vtek- Charles A., Darby: the aourrheuii at Starke. FlnrMo ,i
Training Union will begin at kelly and daughters "..1. ers, and Mrs. Janet Powell, ('1.-rk of paid. Court ,'wltliln "Jx calendar l month ,,
Mr.l! and Mrs. John Mack a. m and 7:30: p. IlthroughThuraaft' I IIV llauluh M. Moody from the dat* of, the first'
6:30: and preaching will beginat Kelly and daughter, and Mrs. "4ulla : Aj>ir< 13. of Orange Park and Mr. 'and neputy 4:1.rk.,: A publication' : ot thM notlr. BuohHalm Gas
730.: Everyone) !Invited to ,. Mrs. Thomas. Duck of Law- ,'. a.u tltn : or demand must b* tawrttltiii
: Beulah Kelly were dinner ; .'.,1 .Mr. Warlick Is .a native of % ; And must atat. the
attend services. ey. !
plac or realdenr and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alabama 'and received his Ht TIIK CIRCUIT COETRT\ OITTI1H Cflue addreds. of the qlalmaat pose
Miss Beverly Essers\! of Jack Raulerson In OalnesvUte SUnday t jo! I Bachelor of Divinity degree at '' ICKIIITH I JUDICIAL/ CIK- '' and muitt let worn toa by to. 'Water HeaterYou
sonville spent from! Thursdaythrough Candler School of : (C1MT OlKU>il\IJ>A IN Axe .uUtlmant.'hln' '' nKat. W( bl' attorney -
-- Theology 1-1 "1C HltAIH-'OlUt CUUMTY.tUSH ,: or It will become. void
Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sap and Mayor Curl Punt has. proclaimed the week of I Emory University, He hasserved Dudley P. Hardy claim representative NO. according to law.
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. T. children I Lifts I>, UlllKFIV and III* wife Kvbrnary" IC 1 U87
ot at executive for State
N. Norman.Mr. Jacksonville were April| 2-8 aM' Chamber of Commerce Week and urged all secretary Farm JL1LOIlRD/ 'Qt1FIn N. a. Vaiuu..bt Cjahairan
dinner guests of hie p.l1'ents. "of the Board of Missions for Mutual Automobile Insurauca I'UlnUffl Ij POWMlfr QAllAtfKIlOolilxiicutora '
and county reKkleuU. to accept the responsibility of learning can awn
Mrs. L. A. Crosby Mr: and Mrs. Hdon: :Sapp! | North Alabama] Con[erenee. : COL. has completed four t ** I ; "o( the5l
and daughter Miss Sue Cros- more about thIr local chamber ltd purxm| uccomplMi- JOHN A. CI'LVRR, rt al. *tate of
Sunday.Mr. and participated In rvangelIstlo weeks of technl aJ' study i al u so'rt'se or CI II' \ ""an. d o. :! an endless
oy. were supper guests of Mr. and; Mrs. Buddy Webber meats, ami grails.. for the future. With Mayor Hurst while missions to, the Republicof the firm's. Seaboard regional Tn: :' !t6tCMOI.Ab.i l ,. HAOA-MAN, TUOM"pfi.PJ

and Mrs. Bill Taylor in Gainesville and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hlgnlng; proclamation, were Clyde TerwIUVgnr (left), ,Membership Panama in I960 to Costa office at Frederick.; Md. Mr. N. rx .WAINWHiailT JAMI'JM! HVIAtiliMilT ....., JAMC. w.\ H.J011NH : HO.I-a:.rK,. ,North. Slog Ida Temple, AT*. I I8t supply of hot

Saturday night. Little Oene 'Joiner and family of ChalrmiHi, and Jim Temple, Public Rehttiutts and Rica' in 1962, and to Brazil In Hardly' Is employed at thefirm's ) JOHtS A. fcJ.1:: ''iA(, II U -JOIV
water for
Denise Dennis Richardsoncame 1FIOYIIu.TTATFIOMP: -
Jacksonville 1905. He la an accredited' Instructor Southeastern 'office -"1n ---
home and were Sunday dinner -,, Clmmlx-r, of Commerce Week cluilrnunu \': &UTX11IIOIJ./ J. W "1t.N- COtTNTT JUNIOR' COURT. ']
spent the guests of / on '"Prayer." and has Jacksonville. ,
Mr and Mrs. R. VATT CI'tAIUJfiS TKOMI1HO.V.- IM AND P'OR BRADFORD pennies with
weekend with their grandpar J. Crosby taught In numerous schools also. l known at c. H. 1HOMPton \ COCNTT.; WIX1J11DA.In .
ents. Mr. and Mrs O. S. Crosby Mayor Proclaims .of Prajer, including (the'First Recent Births aUN.. '. are liorfefty notlfrod, that, MATTIR,c.i ISatate P. OAHAQAN'of economicalSlade

Mrs. Mildred, Lyons and and children of'Gainesville: Methodist. Birmingham, Ala.] *ir salon to Quiet Title to d..d, .

daughter. Miss Beverly Lyons were Sunday dinner guests of Chamber Of Commerce Week SpechU music will be featured' Bradford County Hospital the IlrRdford following County,property FlorMn. : In T<> AM NOTICE PI4R.SON3) OK PHOnlTB INTRRKST- "' GasX2.91

of Jacksonville spent the Mr. and Mrs. O E. Crosby and at alt services during announces the following( :births; : A parcel of Und 'In tile NW I:41:' ItV"' TUB UTATH! Of 8AIIPHTKDTC.ST >
weekend with her sister and Mrs. J. L. Johns. Residents of Bradford 2. To give recognition to ; the :week: A Cordial Invitation :Mr. and Mrs. William Clarence H of the. HKU of Snrtlon. 82.: : : n
2:? notified that
'l'own..hll' 8 Mouth Range Toe are hereby
brother-in-law: Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and County will join with ,others the Chamber's staff, and io, ,lle extended. to, all services by Terry Melrose] a iron, HJHut/ In Bradford County. *..Ior(- a ,written. Instrument. purport'
Perry Lyons. I children were supper guests of throughout the Nation In observance volunteer leaders for theconstructive (y the, ,pastor.. Rev.. V: J. Rags- 'WlMlam' Marvin, March 26. da : t;<>", m..n"It. at .the Nortbvitnt :.lop ,to >be' the. la.t will and ,,
: of the NWi of nf said decedent hie
Per Month
Mr. and Mrs. Charles New Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp 1 n of Chambe -of Com; participation In dale. Mr. and'' Mrs. 'George' William the. 8K"i at Section 33. Town- linen admlttAd to probate' ,In
mans and eons of Gainesville Jacksonville Wllkeraon 2 J Kant.In tItle rourt. You are hereby 00'''.
Friday. nicht.;: merce Week. April 2-9. it wee [ community affairs. Lawtey adaughter hlp- South, Range
This Out
You Can
Bmdtord. County |Morldithnnid ,mended within alx calendar
attended church
Sunday and We are glad to know that announced yesterday by Jim 3. To further strengthen relations '' ; Valerie. .Ann, .March run South 8 ...)crft.... 'in Ni.ih. '(rvm! the date of. the When
were dinner guests of his par 1 D. I. Knight :was able to return Temple] who Is serving as with organization I I Building at the Fairgrounds.. 26. }1' 60" East. along the. Ka..t i I or Your Savings
ents Mr. and Mrs. !.Lor New to his home last week afte'l'having chairman of the local phase and agencies of the commun CHCRCU NEWS line, of the said\ N\VVi of the You Use Slade Gas."
iHIC'4 of Heqtlon 83:S. a dlHraao : .. /
mans. been In Bradford of the nationwide observance. ity. Services will begin with I ( of .1. foot; thonoi rua House of
Mrs. Marie Ellxson of County Hospital for sevel'alweeks. Oov. Claude Kirk has Issued announcing: the special l I' Church School 'at' 10 a: m.. THE RIGHT POINT far the Mouth in da.re..0 43' 10" Went Carpets ,
; the 'writ Carr In ,, ., olilt of boolniilnai Slade Gas
Gainesville attended church an official proclamat'on observance Temple ,urged local with Supt. P. B. Delestre In and'way Ml ct yon favorite\ Ea.'TrRBROOK'hua fj 69 feet t tor theme th continue- Quality Carpets at Budget .,

Mrl and: Mrs. Clarence Divine designating the observance In Interest and participation. charge. love Feast af 11 a.'!n. your Muuth.: $5 dcKr 42' 10" West Prices I

and family were vlsirinsrela: ] recognition of the important "The local chamber together Communion wilt be admirils-:TRI.EGa.vu: "> 1 lees. 10.. &>>!,of-Fi".th nre> run K"".< Doutbdeirrwte u-7 Expert Installation In Starko &

FLORIDATHEATRE three in Jacksonville. Don-ell part played by Chambers of with other organizations : tered ab 8 p. m. All members fxett theses .run\ North N7d :" Ana fttiJfo.; Lxtra!: Charge' I Appliances
Bradley and friends Invited to attend. returned home with Commerce in the eroncm'c.social. throughout the county .
North 3 de.grass
IN TIIR' ciriciriT coi'nr run 531 N. Main Gainesville.
them. Church of God In Christ. OPCflWUlT 332 W. MADISON
and cultural develop- are constantly working for FI..oIUOA 1MIIKTIr JUDICIAL 11' BO" Weal parallel" .
Elder: :p. B. Williams,. pastor. I.V to the Huld Kant line of thn'NWt .378.1398 :!
ment of Florida. the welfare or f tlwir! residents: ANt> FOH URADPUItJ't ;: of Moe- I
f the KKU
Northside Church "Chamber of Commerce .and win continue to work to Sunday "School.; 10 a. m. with COUNTYCIVIU. ArTTON NO. 36CH.IRLIn I lion 33- a distance of 120.5

Showtime Week la the fourth such observance wardthe Ideals of eommer- Deacon Tom Hall and Bro. ;] HKK1>, JR.. f Met to the pnlnt ofCsgIn- ,J
Weekdays 7
Plans nine\ LJirti: ANT
RevivalRevival :
Dewey Taylor In charge
of Its kind ever held clal and Industrial advance- ruintirr.v .
th" flouthnily (.0 feet thereot -
Sunday 3ftO: Saturday t I rationally) ," Temple said. ment. Temple said.:' Morning! : service is scheduledfor UlNNA. UKHMON RJjJr D. the eitld, exception belnir ,
services will be held "and the first ever held 10- Schools, civil organizations 1113' ; a. rrrt Young/ People's efonilnnt,. for. 'It drainage'. eaa.m"atiban Come and .
SATURDAY bern CUed .aealo.t'' and '
at North lde Sus
Baptist Church .WtUing, Workers" will be held NOTK nv "irr N
caUy. and professional U. CHANlO-ir.U I aleo l known
MAR.\ 31-APR. 1The 'starting! : Sunday, Apr. 9, and TO: DINNA HIOUMUX: BLED!: Wil..l I
at 6 p. m. with the president.Sis. ae AP UFeAMU1.Clt.snd
Purpose of the wee't are: groups are completing plansto Now' llruiiawvkt\ N W'hrN..y Hear
concluding with > BIWJ VNi a.* DafetKMnts.! .
Homecomingon Shirley Marks in. charge. YOU AUK UKItHBY .NOTI- %& ijw .
1. To create a public aware- hold special programs In lr nt in ao'va.a
I: Sunday Apr. 18. I"UO: that uu aotton err- dl- and you are r" 40-I I
I ness and understanding of conjunction'wish "the) special ,The: :XordXSuvperwW be administered copy of your written* d
Services will be held nightly during ton..... U any. to It on, Thuron. ,
I at 7:30: with Rev. Edgar Wilkinson the purpose and need for the observance" Temple finld. Evening A.- Yaw. .. .Jri., ,Attorney for 4
Ii Chamber. I' Worship at 7IS.; The choir I'lulatirin whumaildrvRK' la REV. MARVIN
1 i of Palatka as evange1 / ,SU, >, live throughout the,.day.f' .tltuw.etoww'I ', P..O. hewer 1MO, 8ti..rk.,. Vlo-rl I Ide '
list. There will be special and file the original thereof
Everyone is invited to worship' w with lh.r Clerk: ,of the above
music at each service. with.us., I I f'm .,...,Ne.,.... .tyl....l Court ,ion or hefors the FILE
I The pastor, Rev. Glenn Law- NEWS OF .INTEREST TO COLORED 1, ....-.,,Ir... airs 4llv day of April, tO 7j oth..rwlN '
explosivestory hon, extends a cordial invita- 'BRADFORD' 1I I ) :, .Ne4 ..,- a JuUwomont. may b" ,*nInreil -
CITIZENS ,OF COUNTY u..alnKt you fur the relief .I'
tion to all services. TilE RIGHT POINT for the lUnmndnd. ,Jl, the !Ju"..
plaint. i I IWITNB.SN
of a STORY OUR the way' yoii write.* Come'In Better Honum Furniture V.. mv hand and tha Orb
guy and' select yoir favorite ESTKRBROOK"f -! Edgewowt Hoat i>r said Court! lute 17 III
RECREATION NEWS I I I Church to make plans for 1200 H. Aye .. .
AT TilE LIBRARY : untahi' ''day of Mxroh, IDII7. I
aguitar Any bay: or girl between the cleaning and caring for the pen II r "a.cJ1sonvUle.: FlinldaA $2"205t : eltAbILRS A. rARHr. i iI:1ItCl'lT
.4' ages of 12-17 who, Is interested cemetery Tuesday! Apr. 11, at "- I COURT.14llAl I' I
PAIR will be the
theme for
in playing] baseball or soft- ..8 p. m (( I"I'IItl1. t'OUNTV

..and Story Public Hour ta( be held at the ball is asked to meet at the The Lawtey Untouchable')I "' . :rUJUIOA.'A I HOMECOMINGHAMPTON

,, GUTSt I Library Thursday Reno Recreation.. :,groundon I Softball: Team has started!
afternoon from 3:30: to 4:15: VENTURE IN FAITH
y Monday Apr. 3t 4:30: p. practicing for the season. Any ,
p. m. Mrs. Philip W. Clark
1u RIUERfJsaNNr1AMES will be storyteller. All children m.The Easier Esir.hunt-was a with Softball the club Untouchable desiring a.,please game } BEST THINGS' BAPTIST CHURCH

invited ages 6 through 9 al'e success with'205 children present contact Miss Edna B. Williams i FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I !J IH' LIFE ,, .

*. jsvery-pne!: had an enjoyable general delivery Lawtey, or I ,

experience.The I cad 7824130-Ella: Bell ,Williams l I
FARON OUNGj TO WHOM Reno Recreation basketball manager. I STARKE, FLA. MERRITT ..H.'WILLIAMS ''I
team was honored witha II ,.
;ETTALYNN I is to affirm that I have barbecue last Saturday I PTA MEETINGThe I I I ,
f no connection relation with ''regular] "hieiKlnif II St.
or of RJE 117 N. -Walnut
lfanuiiWAGONER: r night!!: at the Recreation Center -
Mrs Sandy, Miller of 261 S. PTA will be held at 7:30: p m. ;. &ii I '.96.15391'P. I
Everyone present enjoyedthe / Phone Plan To Have Dinner After
cwtlBURNaoThIaiRENIPIYOUNGMAN; Orange Street. I am having my affair. Wednesday. Apr 5, In the Civil (

telephone disconnected as of Plans alOe In the making for Defense Center. Two film will i .4."* ,4 4IH. /
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this date due tothe large en. enjoyable summer program. be shown by Mr. Williams the ;H I II II' si fwa lll.ln/5rrla C"or.p..., I Services .

number of long distance calls Director Jackson is expecting/ Civil Defense director. ,,!'Refreshments r); '-1 I "'
placed to my home ty error, will be served. r .. .ft,
F you to cooperate with him in -
and which, wee intended for All persons attending: will
making a success ,
Mrs. Sandy Miller', who has any I please meet at the RJB I I "" a,.
{I unlisted number. School and a motorcade will I
I I3ankey r
citizens are asked ton I ,
M. Miller I please' meet at Bethel Bu-pUstj proceed to the Civil Defense i iI ii '

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First" : Methodist Church. : Ilueytown .Ala. ,

HIM AARrN APRIL ,9. 13 i .
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MURPHY McGAVIN FIERY COLOR I I Services Daily 10AM. -7:30'P.M.

SUN., WONTUBS.: J. r tl
APRIL 2, 3, 4 I "A Jam and Eva SAVRCE V! ,- I SPECIAL MUSIC I ... *. Hit *"
PA RAMOIINTPlCTUfiFS..., '_ p : depic'ed t Tt :i i''Enjoy i the advantages f *

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CENuar.eommend SEE'N.11yw..I : ref a "full Service" bank.

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Excitement! Adventure under k' g -A unique liJm...ho9 Checking Account\

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KEYSTONE_ .HEIGHTS-PHONE 475-3178 True when you have a checking account

.I' here you can.pay yourj bi11s and taxes by

I1hEl Rental Services mall have handy"check-stub: record of -

expenditures, and have cancelled checks '-

HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS 'that. become receipts automatically. But

E8Me: / 1x CRUTCHES aim you have all the best modern banking

@(!] J60I&1& ( ] ,. I 1 services you'll ever need, in one place- -"
& : under the same roof-because this is a
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