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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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strengthened on Accounting
the strawberry market An additional $500,000

this week with increased issue of revenue certifi-

demand and buyer interest cates to build a new sen-

reported Tuesday and ior high school was authorized -

Wednesday, after a slump Tuesday by the Eyed By City

last Saturday when prices Bradford School Board ina

reached a low of $2.50 long: involved session on -

(average) per flat. finance and school con
Buyer Interest was at a low )r' 4 ,iq '6rt struction. Auditor
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ebb over the weekend and s Board members listened In-
several lots of berries went tently as Harvey Henann, representative
unsold though moat of these of Barcus and Questioned
were of poor quality1. Heavy Kindred, Hollywood Investment
shipments from Louisiana bankers, described a pro-
Mexico and California also posal by his firm to purchase By Council
contributed to the local slump. the half million of junior lien .
Prices began to strengthen certificates of indebtedness ,
Tuesday, however, when the payable from racetrack reve- p An improved system of
average rose to around $310 nues for the improvement of w accounting and a munici-
per flat, and Wednesday's existing county schools and ':r cit pal accountant to admini-

average was. around $3.30. the construction of new facilities 'r. ster it is needed by the

Volume hit what, may proveto Henann related that the City of Starke, Auditor
be ltd peak this week, with iL i'1'LWhere
18,241 :flats sold at auctionon : earnings formula specified in George Dandelake told the
the Starke market from the $1.2 million\ certificate City Council under questioning -

March 30 through April 5. The Biff Ones Come From The Normans l issue sold by the board last : Tuesday night.

Monday's volume was 4,402 year will not allow Issuanceof ( i Personnel in the cityclerk's
flats high for the season lower Interest parity certificates }
office do the best
here.. Bradford BerriesMrs. at this .time. Barcus and
Shipments, from Starke dur- Big: Kindred had earlier ':In the they can, but none is

ing the past week were: year prepared for market an qualified as an account
Thursday 1,133 flats issue of junior lien certificates ant Dandelake said.
City
L. M. Norman left and ding by Winn-Dixie for $220 have that many. Sandra, left ,
$3.BO. 'but at the time of the
average Mi'3. Harold Norman hold a were a little larger than these. and Loca tied for' third placein Councilman Nell Tucker
Friday 2,640 flat, avtrae proposal conditions In the bond
flat of the Daybreak berries The Normans, Harold< L. M., the 1966 strawberry contest market not took the lead in questioning
280. were appropriateto
Saturday 8,633: flats, like the ones with, which they and their father, Leon, have after arriving late and missing permit sale of the issue the auditor but Coun-
the Best Flat at the Brad- SR-225 the judging which, was
won 24 acres of berries oft cilmen Merritt Willliams
average $2.60.Monday even though the junior certificates ,
4,402 flats average ford County Fair last week. west of Lawtey. They have 1.2 held earlier than announced. offered the purchasera Jimmy McRae, and Orie
U.70.Tuellday. They did admit however, that acres of the new Daybreak This crop of Daybreaks lay higher than usual rate of Wiggins also had -
the berrlea in the winning flat, variety, which doesn't bruiseIn over for four days before the interest. questions
4,031 flats, aver.
age $3.10. which was purchased In bid- shipping as badly as the judging and the gills were ableto Henann advised that mar as did several of the

Wednesday 2,608 flats Florida 90 and keeps its bright "just walk along and pick ket conditions have improved, spectators who packed the

(Incomplete), average 330. red colored when it ripens. every now and then," Sandra and offered the board a purchase meeting room.A1owances .
So far this season, 33,062 Conner Aids About 13 berries will fit Intoa says. They were also cu time proposal for the certificate \ for uncollected

flats have been Bold throughthe pint of these daybreaks, according this year and It paid off. issue. The Investment Strawberry Queen utility accounts, partial payments -
Starke aiietlon. In Of Harold Norman says his berries firm agreed to pay 97% of of utility accounts, anda
Slump to these two ladles
Prices dipped to $260 Sun- who've counted them. The all 24 acres are as pretty par value and accrued interest This statuesque beauty, niton Putty Hendiey of Ocala. was trust fund for utility deposits -

day at the Lawt v Market but Berry PricesFlorida winning flat, however, didn't as any he's! ever grown. to the date of delivery crowned 1967 North Florida\ Strawberry Queen at the Brad- the councilmen were points aimed at which their

picked up again this week and ... _, 'U..,'_, '.. ._ .... ___. ,. .' -. ..- '- -. -_. for certificates bearing interest ford Fair last Friday night. A 5-8 redhwod( the queen Is the inquiries.
finally hit $3.36. Wednesday.Peak :''ijr_ ,', '" 0:: -' !' AJ' 'I' at a rate of 5.76per daughter of Mr. and Mrs JI'\ 1\1. Hundley of Orala'and; wowe* -
,,,. !I.h. to, 1.h Chairman Ruby Johns granted
--day at La-wtey 'were ..Commission: of "' \ ; .Annum. :
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; the packed eruwd"1s t dunce and Councilman Tucker's
m VII"fr..dly re-
Agriculture Doyle Conner, '; Board members approvedthe !
concerned -
Monday. 8,300 flats, and Tues .. : r. I; ; : ,
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day 0,700. about low strawberry ., ; ,. t,1 J proposal anti directed Bar- personality.
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Hota! flats shipped throughthe prices In the Starke area has ,,,!/""j-l' .',- I.. \j': CUll and Kindred t> offer the First runner-up WOlf alias. Mellndu .Sins/ fllennan off_ Green, the questioning;\ concluded -
market active for the personally. contacted presidents : .. I? .\ issues' for sale on the open Cove I NprlngM. Heron' runner-up wan !Miss! Jo\iin Scott' of But City Clerk: Merrill
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t '. Edwards took the floor
market.,
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first time In over 20 :years, manY' supermarket Starke. in. defense
of his office when
Proceeds from the issue
chains in an effortto : --
from Friday through Wednesday V Queen Patty Is a freshman at the University of South FlorIda the council member. finished
about
: market more local berries. $420,000 will be usedto
March 31-April II, was finance new facilities at at Tampa and already holds. the title of Slice Florida Cowgirl their questions, causing Chairman
22,865 fists, which outstripped Conner announced Tueldll.Ythat
the Starke market. the' food chain executiveswere Bradford High School and Miss Central Florida. and Miss Tangerine Bowl Queen. Johns to use the'gavel
several times In an effort to
renovate
Shipments were: "very receptive and assured existing: buildings maintain
order.Establishment.
there and at R. J. E. High
that would
Fridjy-4.546! flats, average me they e 1 of a systemof
320. start buying and promoting as ; 1 i iL1t School 'j/ 40,000 Visitors double entry accounting, a

6atufda>, ,865 flats, average many: Starke berries as possible Official contracts were general ledger, and a systemof
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300. and as soon as possible. signed with Brown Construction budgetary' control was

Sunday-1.500 flats average !'These men were as concerned Co., of Gainesville for recommended' by Dandelake
as I was about the construction of the Bradford auditor
for the city for 20
$260.Monday5.300 flats 'average plight, of the farmers in the Union Area VocationalTechnical Throng To Fair"Very years except for a brief period -
9270. Starke area." Conner said follOwing Center. Architect Don when he was
Tuesday-6,700 flats average telephone calls to the R. Morgan said that he will relieved In favor of auditorM.
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300.' 4.. super market executives. L1t ,, .49, N hold a pre-construction con pleased," is Fair Manager Pete Novak's reaction D. Womack who resigned
[Continued on Page Five Conner was In the stark. ference within a week with to Bradford County's display of its wares to after a stormy session with
area over the past weekend ._ .. Brown and sub-contractors\ the council and clerk.
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on the project. Constructionwill
and noted that strawberry Dandelake
that his
Re-Opening Lawtey Sandra and U,_ manage the picking and attend to Urn \ formally at that week_ agreed
begin
prices and the morale of grow- recent audit report for the
Strawberry Market ers had reached a low point.In packing on the Nornimi farm. Mike Niirnmii ,loud the berries. time or shortly thereafter, "At times we had people Total receipts from all sour fiscal year ending September
Into the tnuk for the to the marl.pt.nerrlex according to Morgan.In lbow-to-elbow." Novak no- .
many cases, berry' wholesale trip ces gate and exhibit space 30, 1969 shows $94.569 In
To Be CelebratedA prices had plunged below were. rife: and ready to he pic. .I.cfl In till* patch. when response to Supt. Tom ted of the 1967 County Fair totaled over 9000. consumer accounts receivable.,
actual production coats the freeze hit In February. I Casey's request for additional which operated! in the black doing by the receipts, the Of that amount $20,098 is
fish fry and celebration he said. [Continued. On Pane Four) no small accomplishment. Fair played to the biggest! set forth as a "reserve"'
to observe the re-opening of -.-- crowd ever. Receipts were allowance for uncolleotable accounts -
the Lawtey Strawberry. Market down about $400 from 1988 which the auditor said
if slated Saturday April To Meet With Auditor but the majority of visitors means bad debts that are not

IS. by Ben-Star Farms. had courtesy passes admitting considered collectable.

Country music entertainer, them to the grounds for "Are you saying that approximately -
Glenn Reeves will be present half price -lOc for children 25 per cent of
with his band as festivities get Commission Concerned Over Private Work: Label 25c for adults. the utility accounts receivable
under! way about a p m.. according In 196 a counter kept (uncollected bills on the books)

to Market Manager trac'4 of every person that are uncollectable7" Councilman -

Gary Bennett.A Private 'work, what .is and "Plus It will cost the coun- yards owned by one man, the A previous commission, the his driveway In muddy weather. went thrown. the gates Tucker asked
Strawberry Queen, under what Isn't Bradford's County ty money to build a road chairman said. That property delegation wan told, had ten But he warned the Board about 25,000 in the tour days. "I would"not be grossly exaggerating -
IS: years of age, will be chosen Commission Is wondering where one already exists," the owner refuses to deed his tatively agreed to give the it would be a waste of moneyto On that basil and figuring the auditor re

for Lawtey. the face of numerous requests chairman added.Commissioner. land unless the county relocates School Board $30,000 from maintain the road since It half price admlsslorfc. the plied.
to move roads 'or grade themto Johns said he the road to It passes capital outlay funds but no comes In a dead end just 40000 attendance figure for "Are politics played" with.
the bills? Tuck.er
chicken farms.It had the same question concerning by the edge of his property legal method could be foundof behind his home, and would this Fair Is not too far off asked.city's utll"y

APRIL IS was finally decided to a request tor the county Instead of across the middle. tranaferlng the funds. The serve no one 'but himself.TOave Novak says "I wouldn't want to putIt
let the county'. auditor settle to open a drainage ditch Instances of requests for Commission agreed Wednesday Civil Defense Director "We generally experienced that Dandelake
CANCER FUND the matter. between some chicken houses. roads to be graded to chicken to continue to considerthe Frank Wllflama per- a gleit\ t Fair and the profits way replied -
"But delinquent accounts
The topic cropped again "A lot of discussion !is needed houses have become too num- requeit and to give the mission to attend a Radio- should be much better", he
MONTH up could have been cut off soon
Wednesday when Commissioner here" Johns pointed out, erous to mention, Shuford said School Board an answer as logical l'.ronJtorlnjSchool;\ In added. An exact accounting er." Pressed further Dander
Zedra, Hamilton relayed a asking, "What ''Is and what In ,the past few! years. The soon as they confer with Gainesville for eight weeks of all bills Is yet to be made lake said sooner than 60 days
Learn The Seven request from Wade Oaskine Isn't private work?" Can you chicken Industry, one 'board their architect and become beginning April 29. no the profits are not knownto which many accounts have

to move a road on his prop justify building a road to member pointed out, Is one more familiar with the coun- -'rold District 9 representatives the penny yet. reached. The city charter allows
Danger Signal erty on 8R-1S to accommodatesome one man's property even if of Bradford's biggest now. ty's financial condition.The of the State Welfare Most unusual for Fair 20 days after the Initial
chicken houses that will he deeds the land to the It was argued that roadsto Commission has already Agency an attempt will be Manager Novak was that he baling on the first day of
county he. asked. fryer or layer operationsmay agreed that giving the School made to secure' temporary received -
And motion to move the road Clerk Charles Darby at that be justified because of Board the money Is the cheap quarters for the Starke officein the first criticism of the Is delinquent On the
ContributeTo If It proved legal to do so. point interjected: the large Investment a chicken est way out of providing the the new CD building;\ the operation of the '67 extravaganza. 21st of each month a list of
"I know what private work grower has to make and the fairgrounds. One of the caseworkers "
quarters. Office space for the .
after Chairman Dave Shuford. "A" olutely amazing, delinquent accounts Is turned
is and I know what it'll mean dollars resulting from ad va is not Included received ah obsecene
Help Reach school personnel -
Commissioner Jerome Johns Novak termed that Phenomenon. over to the meter readers to
if you build a road for one lorem taxes. But other members In present plans for the phone call and a shot was
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and Clerk Charles Darby all be cut off.Deposits.
Bradford County's specific Individual. said it would still be new courthouse. fired through the present quarters -
cautioned
label of
against the
to in the old Johns Motel He said that Fair visitors for utility accounts,
work" "We really need the auditor.I private work grade a road School Board members meet- ,
$2,200 Goal! "private don't believe all the members for the benefit of one per- the Board was) told. were generally pleased with, required In all cases, shouldbe
It was first thought it of the Board are really Ing the Commission were Rodney Was told by Contractor the midway. which was set up In a separate trust
might be legal' to grade roada cognizant of: the seriousness son.Clerk Darby was asked to Hall and Seeber Goodman.In Ernest Trlest the county /greatly Improved over 1966. fund the auditor said since

in. such cases provided the of the problem, of doing pri- write the auultor for a meet- other action the _Board: maintenance barn on the The firm in charge of the they are not public funds..
Thh) Space Contributed property .owner deeded the vate work" Ing date. Agreed to inspect a graded American Legion Property la midway Fun Zones Inc., lived Deposits now are p..ued. In

Weekly to Publicize right of 'way to the county Several Instances where the A delegation from the road in Pine Acres Park complete except' for a monorail up to its contract. the general fund &!.J used
Community Event by and It became a public road. Board refused to do private School Board met with the so it can either be closed hoist which has been Prize money for the '67 for operating expenses, he
But Chairman Shuford Ignored work were cited by Chair Commission to again request or maintained as requested by delayed due to a change in Fair was Increased by a little said.
The CommunityState that question and asked: man Shuford, who said none $30OOO to renovate quarters Adelbert Ekenbarger. There Is the specification of the build- over $500 up to $1.500 No "Is the clerk responsible for
"How much trouble Is this has been done In the past for the county superintendent dispute between residents of ing made necessary by the fair of comparable size in the accounts not collected T"

Bank going who want roads relocatedfor members decided that all private the USO Building across the road caned Private Drive, -Voted to purchase 304 prizes Novak says. "I would say so," Dande
Account now Injured their'' should be closed or maintained. Local merchants, are also lake laid."U" he does not
convenience Shu- work should be stopped.All street from the present Brad- acre. adjoining the county
up to $15,000 by ford said he first agreed to the right of way on the ford High School. ArchitectDon dump at the old Keystone beginning to realize "the follow the ordinance Further i
" Federal Deposit Insurance relocate the Oasklna road, but Redding Road north of Law- Morgan showed the Com- Ekenbarger said It didn't Overpass for $3 O per acre good opportunity they have questioned, the auditor
Corp. that' question hadn't entered tey, has been deeded to the mission plans of the proposed matter to him, just so It was from Harold Crawford. Com- not only to display their merchandise Bald bad debts from 1950-64. '
his mlnd. county except for about 200 renovation. fixed so people didn't use (lContinued on Page FourJ but to sell" Novak totaled "around $10,000.
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"'!.'OFORU COUNTY TELEURAPO HTAKKK.: I7ORPDA
CAGE TWO -__ _
since Saturday March 11,

Mrs. Margaret Jackson was I q pI : Missing Girl I when she accompanied Mr
visiting Mr. and .Mrs W. M I Silcox and. his daughter Miss

Jackson In Ocala on Friday I Fannie ',Silcox to Training

Mr. and Mis R. O. rvmi. : Union. services at the Kings-

by> attended the University ,II' Found Tuesday ley Lake Baptist Church.

Florida Glee Club concert ..1OalD \ Adults and young people have

Starke1'1.' ,
GLADYS MOOTY lIOn, Mickey Dansby Is a mem A 14-year-old. that Sllcoxes' pared te leave ,
since March 11, was
missing i
Phone 964-7G08 her of the group. aftttv servlce-jpi the girl was,
taken mto custody Tutlllday.April' .
Lt. and Mrs. R. M. Lee Jrof I 4, Bradford Sheriff's goneR t?.
: Fort Ben.n Ing, Ga. were by foundIn A lpfe'tts. found on the

mss June Harding andDiva ,F+,t.PJ7raias. ; l la regular last Wednesday and Thursday authorities a building after adjacent being' to a wliulhhteld" of<' their, car stat-

Turner of Atlanta, Gn t4n. .v,.( vlsltojto Starke.. has visitor! of Mr. and Mrs' K; .1 )r 1 7 local home. ing jh* $ cows a'leaving in the

are vl ltin&' Mr. and Mrs./,'I'" Jeturtipd\ ta ibis'.home In White Dowling and Mr and\ Mi* i y Cynthia Ann Sherous, 9th company 'of another girl 21-

B. Harding Sr. Wednesday uiVcr l Junction Vermont after E. M. Long. grade student at BHS Is years.olA." I. :,

and Thursday.W. being at the Magnolia Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner the great-granddaughter-of Jim -. "c
T. Jackson Sr. underwent since January.Mr. ot Baldwin were visiting Mrs
Silcox of North St. Clair St., OF THANKSWe
throat surgery in the and ;Mrs! : Comer Ferryman J. H. Fields on Sunday. CARD
whom she made her
with each
want to $thank
Oalncavllle Medical Center on of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs J. L Gentryattended
home.
visiting Mrs. E. K. Perryman the funeral of his and everyone for the food.
Wednesday. An 18-year-old Starko youth and kind
visltePMr. last week. They also had as brother, Stephen Gantry in floral arrangements
:Mra. Vergle Flynn reported the girl's presence to sytt.pat.hy!
and Mrs. H. :J. Water i'isitors from. Tuesday to umter, S. C. last ThursdayMr. !' the Sheriff's Department Tuesday expressions of /
and-family In Tallahassee last Thursday, Mrs. Carlyle Peck and Mrs. Albert Stefa- ? : Sheriff'sAshley shown us during our recent
Tuesday to Friday. She alsc: and Miss Mary Haladene Wilson clll of Jacksonville! Mr .indIrs. t [ v kl, iGI afternoon.Brown Deputy and Robert bereavement May road bless

pent the weekend with Mrs of Hendcrsonville N. C. Robert Stefanelll of Green accompanied the youthto each and e.ery\ 'one M you.-

Bessie Faxon and daughter ind Wilson Carlyle Peck of uinesvlllo, and Mr. and Mrs. .-.- ; a building adjacent to his The family of Mrs. Curtis A.
Chicago 111. 'Raymond StefanellI!!! of Ocala. Roberts
Donna in Gainesville( Some and there took the girl
W. T. Jackson Sr. and Marc Mr. and Mra. C. II. Nua- and their children were visiting Scenes At 'Alice In Wonderland'Tim into custody.
Jackson were fishing In Pen worthy were In Brunswick Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Stcfaelll SCHEDULE
Dressed neatly and clean
acola over the weekend. Mrs. Ga. Sunday visiting Mrs. J. on Saturday and\ attended famotiM twenn of the "Alice In Wonderland. ," presented CJrjphoii, and the Mock Tnr- Stf'OveVad..., Uhlte! Rabbit by the girl Is in apparent good OF SERVICES-

Mara Jackson and daughter O. Deaver. the Fair. ";Mad Ten I'artta pictured 1 to HtuclrntH! :"Monday tin dance the Qmwlrllle sidle Glonda. Starling, Clryplion by health, Deputy Brown reported CHURCH
Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Edith and :Mrs Marvin Faile I ST. EDWARD'S
:Mejiasa, spent the weekend Rev. .is produced by Bradford. High afternoon and to the. public, singing u Jabberwocky tune. hubby Dodd and Mock Turtle Wednesday. A hearingin '
Christiansen, and Mrs. Ella of Roanoke Stalks
Rapid
with her parents Mr. and and family School student In a comply that night. Alice WOM I portrayed>> by,Jean by !Marilyn Patterson.The \ the case will be 'scheduled
:MA. H.-E. Smith in Williston. Moody visited Mrs. Pearl Col- N. C. and Mr. and Mrs Marvin version, of Len|114 Carroll's I In scene! ut right, Alice!, the lodges', the Mail Hatter by play wax directed by before Judge T. A. Yawn. Sunday Mass-: 9:15: a. m.
in Jacksonville Sunday of Gainesville were I Mass: 6:30: p. m.
son Stewart Thursday
ilr. and Mrs. C. H. Registerof
Mike Jackson, Dormouse" .by ;Airs. Ruth Uninlm The girl had not been seen
Tallahassee and Mr. and atttertnoon. I' Sundav visitors- of Mr. and Miraculous Medal Novena:

Mrs{ Alton Kellum of De- Misses! Jean Mimday and L. Cooper. Saturday, 1 p. m.
Frances Cannon of Tallahassee Herbert Thomas end period of several months at during that time. in the Starke public library Confessions 5 p. m. and 7
Mich Tuesday
trait. were I I-m--- Peteison of Macomb ricers been recommended
Mrs. Mary I has <
Introducedby for election of officers and to
spent th weekend with Kathleen visited approximately the same cost The speaker was
of Mr. and Mrs. IIMinn I m.
visitors 111., who has spent the by the nominating committee: p.
consider
FSU. Jack Trawlck. several changes in by-
Mrs. W. B. Mundy at Kingsey Goethe In East as attending CHURCH
A.Lawaon. : past two months with her laws! President, E. L. Matthews; ST. WILLIAM'S:
Lake. Palatka Sunday atfernoon. Miss Moore was In a groupof
Maria Moore returned '
ion-in-taw and daughter. Mr. Vice President, Mrs. W. E. Keystone Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner Lt. Col. Robert 11. Smith of 10 students, who with seven HistoricalSociety Capt. James Bloodworth,
Sunday from the FSU Study and Mrs. L. H. Gibson, left commanding officer of ,the local Dowling; Treasurer C. M. Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m.
and family of Orlando were Alexandria, Va. visited George instructors left for Florence
Canter in Florence. Italy where
Thursday for Washington, To Clark; Secretary Mrs. Fre Novena: 7 p. m.
Meet National
Guard unit, will
visiting their parents, Mr. And W. Brown Tuesday of last Italy last August and have just
&attended college the past D. C. to visit her son and give an interesting review ot mont Tolles! ; Librarian J. F. Tllduum! : Sun., Mon.,
Mrs. Leon Conner, and Mr. week. returned to the States She
acaool term. After three weeks Next
family, Mr. and ;Mrs. M. J. Tuesday the organization since U Bloodworth.All Tues., 7 p. m.
vacation at home she will ret and Mrs Barney McRae from Mr. and Mrs. I* F. tllnklns Peterson. She will be accompanied was In Florence during the was SI. MARY'S CHURCH
-n to the summer session Thursday to Sunday. were In Valdosta, Ga. Satur. to Washington! by floods last fall and gave a vivid The Bradford County Historical first organized as the "HomeGuards" members and prospec- Macclenny
:Among those from Starke Dr. and Mrs. J before the turn of tive members are invited to
day visiting description of the hardships)
a. FSU In Tallahassee. Society will meet at '
Mra. Gibson, who will return: the Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.
century. attend this meet-
:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks attending the funeral of Mrs L. Stith and family. on Sunday. undergone by the students:! 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 11, I Important
Thelma Steele in Gainesville Mrs. James R. Beeler Jr. I The following slate of of- ing.
dale and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc-
Celson at on Monday were Mrs. J. B. (the former Martha Susan .. ,.,. ..
were camping -
and family of Waiy- ----- -- - -- ----
Jjkyll Island, Ga. from Mon Sapp, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mr Ritch) and son. left Thursday Oualu Qa.- and Bennie- .Williams ---- ..... --- .
day to Thursday. and Mrs. Carl Sapp, O. L. to Join her husband. Airman cross,
and Miss Lera Ann
*Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon Underhill, Rodman Underhill, Beeler, in OahU, Ewa Beach, a .
Savannah were
Rev. W. A. Mrs. E. D. Mejal of ,
aid Mrs. Bill 'Mitchell of Valdosta Hogan Hawaii for two years.Mr.
and
Oa. were ''Visiting Mra Tenly Mrs. Charley Johns, and Mrs. George W weekend guests of Mr.
Mrs. D. L. Silcox, Mrs. Edna in Mandarin on Mrs. Mack Williams. They "
I&rl Edwards over the week Brown were ,.. -' : >.
ead. Newsom, Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Sunday. visiting their daughter also had as Saturday visitors '.
and Mrs. M. B. Jordan. Mrs. Norman Rigdon and Mr. and Mrs Bob Williamsof : ;
Rod Hansen ,
: returned to his I'
Athens Oa.
Mr. and Mra. Carl Johns children.Dr. .I '
home in Elroy Wls. after ,
visited their 8On- -law and and Mrs. Marcus Brown Mrs. Lena Brennan of I

.Islington month' visit with Burke daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and family of Macclenny were Gainesville has been admit ', c. ...- '' '
I
and his daughter, Durkee, in Hollywood last visiting Mrs. M. F. Brownon ted to the Starke Nursing! "

JWy.. week. Saturday.Dr. Home. !

and Mrs. H. G Bollln Miss Louise Stern wa visiting

: iA Case Record From AChiropractor's ger and daughters spent the Mrs. James Murtha at 1s Y l

: weekend In Tampa where they Daytona Beach from Mondayto j 'I
File attended the William -C'arey Wednesday of last week. ,

: Case No 4206 College concert at the Firs Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus .1

I Baptist Church. Their laugh spent the weekend with Lt.

A lady 42 years! old suffered an industrial accident tor, Mary Bollinger, Is a number end Mrs. Kenneth lyus In

in February 19:>1. Patient's pelvis and upper of the choir. Pensacola.Mr .

epinc was injured in severe fall. Since that time she Mtas Susan Wiggins wu,. and Mrs Bob: Williams j
rots visiting her cousin. Miss J.1IIIe'Moyer. '' have moved from the State IN OUR HISTORY!
)tad complained of a severe low back pain and pii.ij
.
Jacksonville over Farm ,to Athens, Oa where
paired breathing. The patient was hospitalized and the weekend.Lt Mr. Williams re-enteied his ,

told that no cause could be found for her symptoms. Douglas Seymour of Fort third year at the Universityof I l

: Under Chiropractic care, scientific instrument Holablrd Md. was home for Georgia. i

(revealed a nerve pressure' in the upper spine and an the weekend. Hallle Seymour jfMjls\ Brolly; Faver of MII I ....

|X-ray examination revealed a separation of two of left Tuesday for the Arm' 'a.tql l, Mrs Lillian Phillips and ttt II'shllrk '
!the pelvis bones."' Because of the constant pain thpatient's Reserve at Fort Jackson, S. C. :Mrs T J. Thomas of Val- I I

: blood pressure was 174. Following first children Mrs. Carl of Clearwater Fromhagen were and with dosta,their Oa. sister.spent Mrs last Bertha week I d S TRANSISTOR RADIO $466 1

chiropractic adjustment the blood dropped
pressure visiting Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Pearce, and attended the w 1I
to 126, breathing was improved and the low back Haynes Jr. from Thursday to funeral of a sister. !Mrs Beu- I I

,pain partially relieved. (Monday. lah Saxon on Wednesday

This patient has not been dismissed but has Friends will regret to ]earn, Also spending several days I r I
1
,made marked improvement in a short time. of the death of Mrs. Bert M. last week with her mother -_- 14 FT. 2-DOOR AUTOMATIC j

; A Public Service Of Brown in Peru 111. 1l1.'ltYuek.. Mrs. Pearce was Mrs. Mary I R. C. A. PORTABLEISHWASHER
She was the sister-in-law of Lane,of Jacksonville DEFROST :
N. E. Fla. Chiropractor Association
; II
Mrs. Golda Martin of StarkeWE'VE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw-

I,, yer were in Atlanta. Oa. from Ii :
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Sunday to Wednesday attending -I: REFRIGERA'ORl
DONE IT AGAIN! a L. P. Oas convention ;


SCOOPED THE MARKET! | Dr and Mrs. Gerald Ewingof

Sarasota! were Tuesday $$11800 BIGGEST SALE
STARKE PLAZA $
evening visitors of MJr. and $19100

Open All Day EveryDay : Mrs.- V. J. SpenBler s: IN OUR HISTORY .
Mrs. .
V.
J. Ra/!'3dale and
FrL, Sat., till 7 ( .M. I 1 her
daughter Mrs. W. S. Ouj j
bler of Fort Pierce took Den-
SPECIAL PURCHASESPRING I nls Qubler back to Samford \
All I
University, Blrmlnffhum; Alan 12" PORTABLE TV $
j
c Channels $88 --
< Sunday and Monday after 1 1I n. ,;
/
I his spring holiday. r -_ .' <

-.., hrVti ', *Mr and Mrs. M. F. Hazen

and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Haz

; en attended the funeral of STEREO SET '

r f s I' Mrs.: Tuesday Alph Hazen In Orlandoon f rJt $$99 I g,


I O J. McOrlff Jr ar.d son, Y "
Josh and:! Ben Allen attend ;;1 36"

ed the motorcycle races In a GAS RANGE :
Dade City on Sunday. Automatic W. T. .$$11,9

Ii ; Mr and Mrs. Bill Rees of

thru SUMMERDRESSES I Wllllston were Monday evening

I I visitors Jackson.of Mr. and Mrs. Marc. y- M 30 GALLON WATER\ HEATER HIGHEST: SALE $

Miss Martha from a Long week's has visit returned OUH HISTORY I IN$48

'
: I with Lt and Mrs Dan M.

I Pater III at Keeser: Air'
''i lOOKI! YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY Force Base Biloxi Misa. : GAS

.
I
Local
admittances
to
'ii MUCH, MUCH MORE THAN I ford County Brad

week include: Kerry Hospital Kelly this of GARBAGE DISPOSAL


: c I' Dobbs Hawthorne i; John Mrs. Johns Susan
: ; Raiford: Howard Hagar and Biggest Sale '

p $5 Mrs. Lillian' Rakes of Brook- $ -
In Our
I er: Mrs. Sylvia Hall Of $26

r. Hampton; Mrs. Voncile History .... '..- -
I Ketch of Keystone Heights- is FT:
:
;1 !Mrs Katie
r Padgett Other
of Law- Surprise
i'r tey: Mrs. Alice Jones. ,
1 Mrs.
v
PORTABLE
I I Dorothy Epperson Cleveland
1 TRANSITIONAL & SUMMER
/ E." Neal Mrs. Gall ,
) r FABRICS! Hurlburt. FREEZER
Oweda
Johns. William R. PHONOGRAPH j
: e MANY COOL, SLEEVELESS : Townsend. Stephen 'I1Iley ,

1 ,ill STYLES! Mrs. T. T. Long, I.r.onard

j1 .r, Ka e ONE TWO & THREE-PIECE Johns and William Rhoden, Biggest Sale '
all
I of
Starke.Rotarians.
'a COSTUMES! ; In OurHistory 34 Biggest Sale t
FREE
/ Told : In Our ltg,

Newest, smartest designs, excellent) Of 'Florentine GIFTS I !History
'
'H 1' workmanship, and wonderful gonywh I

7; : r., anytime fabrics; Acetates, Study Program
/
1 t t Nylon Cords Dacron and Cotton,
ti Am.l, 100% Dacron all so Miss Marla Moore of

j pretty all so practical you'll Starke. student at FSU. I :
Y !live in them from today. till you spOke at the Rotary club at Slade Gas & Appliance Center

start wearing wool. Sizes for Petites, Wednesday describing the!
i 1 .5.11; Juniors 7-15; Misses' 1220; Florentine study I
Half. conducted by the 332 W. MADISON ST.
7 Sizes 16x/,-24l1 / Under this program Pronam.// PHONE 96-i-7101 STARKE, FLORIDA


\ of students study abroad for iii' -....fa.. IQ III-IoIIIPII.- -...' _.. ..__. -_ _-....., -..II..Jf -- __-_ __: -_ _..__-_ __-_ __,.._ ,.. -_ .____ ....... ...... ... ____





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BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.'PORpn.: < TARK", F7ARTD.( P4AR TRBPTS
TIIITRFDAY APRIL S, 1"87

-I .... -' ";.t I I ter Rand" Kathleen, to Wa?.
the club's adopted Chinese 1 ,
d j Becomes Bride Junior Women Ir--
Celia Anne Copelam +
Iv t boy. It was a progrena report ter Wayne demons, son of

Of Charles Moore 1 Ir i Lake City Church Hear ProgramOn on how the child' has Mr and Mrs. Walton C
been doing In school and how demons of Starke.

Miss Celia Anna Copeland was served from a smaller Mental Health he Is getting along. Pictures 'I The bride-elect Is a 1915; "

became the bride of Robert table. Miss Reneo Moore\ sister j of the boy were also shown. graduate of Bradford High
I/ Dr Carl Begley, psychologist Edward. Fine I School and is employed as a
_hjarlts, Moore in a ceremony of the groom kept the Health Cllnlo Mrs. Curtis
from the Mental
GLADYS 1 MOOTY erformed In the First Prcsbyerian bride's book Duval and Stanley Arts chairman thanked everyone I 1 beautician In Jacksonville. MJ.,,
in County
who to make the 1 demons Is also a 1983 grad-<*
Church of Lake City After a wedding trip to << helped
Phone 96'--7608M Taylor of the Mental HealthAssociation 1 1
.( t 8 o'clock Friday evening, South Florida, Mr. and Mrs. : Fashion Show a success. She uate of Bradford High. Sct'col\ :
arch 17. Rev. Frank King Moore Will ''be at home to presented a program also announced that favors and IS serving with the L. 'A
for Help"at
pi>rf ormed the double ring I friends at 1460 Inglealde Avenue the on Junior"The Cry Woman' Clubmeetln& were taken to the Nursing I Army, stationed with the 93rd:
Starke ElementaryPTA : home Easter. Signal Battalion In. Darmstadt
ceremony. I in Jacksonville./ I .t during ,
Monday night.A
Elects:' SJate l The bride is the daughter. of The bride was a member 30 minute film shown The following new members Germany.
Ms. Clarence C. Copeland and of the 19t4( graduating cluaa facts was about were voted into the club: The wedding will be on

The Starke' Elementary.PTI\. th* late Mr. Copeland of Lake I of Columbia High School and the concerning size of suicide the problem IncI- Mrs Ruby McAllister Miss event of Sunday, May 14, n*-

met Tuesday nighty} in, the CI ;Y. The bridegroom is the attended the Lake City Junior I dents groups sexes Wanda Williams, Mrs. Adrian i 3 p.m. In Grace Methodist"

Cafetorlum.Mrs. sort\, of Mr. and Mrs. William I College, graduating in.1968. and areas.among It age dealt with the Roberts Mrs. Marc Jackson, Church Lawtey. All friend a .
'district Moore of Mr. Moore Is a 1963 grad Mrs. Sandra Miller. Mrs. Wan- and relatives of the couple' -
Harvey Clark Frederick Lawtey. .. -
t ,.. .. .. ,... .- .,,, : causes and how help can be
: Invited to attend the
wed7T
Tonda Dixon
president, presented a' local AJ program of nuptial music uate ef Bradford High School. "" da Prevatt Miss are
Wi given.. A question and answer I
He from the Lake and Mra. Latrelle Hamilton.The Jones Clemons ding and reception. '
untt award' for achievementand was, presented by Mrs. Robert graduated I period followed the showing I rw.
L- I spoke on how PTA, functions Parsons. who was accompaniedby Oity Junior College end Forest f//'. nominating committee ToldMr. -
\ ,',. ... q .. ",,__ I of the film Engagement I NOTICE
when the legislature is 'Mrs.! Nelson Blocker of Ranger School! in 1065 presented the new slate of
Elzle .
Mrs. Sanders president Mrs. Ruby Mooneyham has.a..,i
A was givenon Lake City. and also attended the University officers as follows: president, ...
in session. report Carol Jean Cox I presided over the meet- and Mrs. Douglas A. leased, the Lazy Susan Restaurant -.
the proposed;; school survey. Large baskets of white gladioli of Florida in Gaines ing and Mrs. Norman Ketchie Mrs. Eugene Tanner; first vice- Jones of Lawtey announcethe ; Highway 100 Key-. ,-,

A Since Starke Elementary PTA mums, and chrysanthemums ville. To Wed Mr. Geiger I gave the devotional The following president Mrs. Curtis Edwards engagement and approachIng stone Heights effective Feb.**
tJ very'good working re- were used with, native II ; second vice-president. of their ..
has a I visitors were recognized marriage/ JnughWITNHNS 18, 1967, and will be respon-
.wl.th' : the altar Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Cox ; Airs. Bobby Sapp; secretary
the principal palms on with
Shower Given
lationship
: Mr. Thomas Hamilton, sible for all debts Incurre\l,..,.,.
: MY HAND mid thearul
the of Bob treasurer, !
announce engagement Mrs. Ferguson;
and teachers, a 'motion was branched canfcielabra holding Mrs J. T. Prevatt Jr.. Mrs. I of wild r'otirt t thin I Iii: day on or after that date. l\1at.-:
made to 'file- '' the to William B. Geiger son of Mrs. Carl Roberts. ;' A. n.vni.Y ,
sponsor
8howed', 11. film on background.The
Temple' Bride electMiss Dixon and Mrs James Miller.\ n.KKK! ; of, Tin-: engaged In operating the Lazy*
Mr. and"Mrs. Ottla C. C !dgcr, The club voted to donate $3
Chamber of: Commerce bride was given In marriage niMM'iT rorrtT.HHAHKOHD ,
Mrs Gus Kopelousoa, Education Susan and will not be responsible T
The *efftoerafwereFleeted by her uncle, William J.McCranJe Bunky Soto, bride- all of Starke. chairman announced to help the Civil Air Patrol COP.VTY. for debts Incurred
for the coming year: Jr and had as maid Miss Cox Is a student at unit of Bradford, County. This ""IAJItJl'\ ; .
+ elect of April 13, was complimented I April 13: an the date for Open IhtlllHh. M. Moody on or after Feb. 18 1967. -
president, Mrs. ''Harold., God- of honor her .sister Miss Caye Bradford High School. Mr. Is an organization for adults Unniity\ Clark:
at a bridal shower 'HOUHO at the public library II 1-87, 2tp 413Boat .....
J. Geiger Is a 1063 graduate of and teenagers and Is just getting 4.8
dA.3___ win: vice president, Mrs. Copeland. :Atlas Linda Sue Tuesday night in the Presbyterian I from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. .M
-, A. Gisay; second vice'' president Blanton was bridesmaid.The -y manse on Cherry Bradford High School and l is Refreshments will be served organized here.

Miss .Inger Hansen Allen McLeod; .third bride wore a Swiss Street. Hostesses were Mrs. now employed at Sperry I I and the public la cordially In The president announced
vice president. '"Mrs David organza gown fashioned on W. E. Rands in Gainesville I:'. to April IT to 20 as dates of the
Guy Andrews, Mrs. vited. In addition seeing Owners
Wed 29.
iTo April Coats; co-chairman'Mra:' ; : Don empjre lines. Alencon lace Dowling Mrs. Malcolm Sanders Wedding plans will be announced 'I. and knowing your library, an FFWC convention In. Daylong : M

Mr. and Mrs. William K. patray secretary; ,.Mre.-\tO. W. trimmed with seed pearls Mrs. Charles 'Schmltt, later.Farewell art exhibit will be on display Beach. Junior Day will be

llanaen of Starke. announce ,White; .treasurer,:},,;Mra, John were scattered through ap- Mrs. Frank Woltred, Mrs furnished by local: artists. The April 17. All members were

the! engagement, and approachIng Torode.Refreshments'. pliques ort the* bodice, bell David Montgomery, and Mrs PartyAt librarian Mrs. Carl Minx, an- urged to attend.RefreEhmenta. served hoard about this :u;

of their,daugh were 'served sleeves and the panel which T. A. Yawn. nounced that with the money were F.ALLRISK .
marriage St Edward'sMrs.
the. second grade mothers. extended to the hemline. Her by Mrs Bob Ferguson Mrs
her, Inger, to James Camprrwon by An attractive yellow and the Junior Club donated last Curtis Edwards and Mrs. J. OUTBOARD ..
of Mrs L. A. Hall of detachable chapel train was white color scheme was Anne Kirby, motherof month the library subscribed ..
C. Dukes during the. social'
'John Woman's Club also appllqued with Alencon achieved in .the party decorations I to Newsweek Magazine. She
Hampton, and the late Father Edward
Kirby was

; lace and seed peaifls. she worea with white and showed different books hour. I
rS. Dampen. yellow honored with a going-away also MOTORBOAT' POLICY? I ;
To ;
Meet WednesdayThe of
headpiece made lilies of
had donated to
Miss Hansen Is a 1964 graduate Iris predominating. The refreshment party In St. Edward's rectory that the club
of Bradford County High tneTalley\ and unopened rosebuds table was covered on. Sunday from 3:30 the library. Mrs. Minx announced Bradford County, Florida. lo-wlr.
Woman's Club will\ evening :
Starke .1 ::
,School and Is employed by the of peau de note. The with a white cutwork cloth to 7 Mrs. Kirby left Mon April 16-26 as American The North half. nf the SouthWest Introducing a brand new all-inclusive motor- ,
{ at 3:30 p.m.
I' meet next Wednesday shoulder length veil was of and centered with an Library Week and urgedall Uuartvr. ut the NorlliCBHt to bring truly .
Department of Mathematics in 'the club house.' I arrange day for her home in Lime Quarter. of ,Bert, Ion in boat policy designed you care-
{the University of Florida. : p.m. French Illusion. She carrieda ment of white and yellow iris, rick City Ireland after five citizens to make greateruse Townnhlp 7 Month Kanuo 23 free boating. Low in cost high in protection
l 1963 graduate' Hostesses will be: Mrs. white Bible !topped with a a musical staff and tall narrow of the library Kant contalnluv, 20 acres more I
laa
Mr.
Campen months
'chairman visit with her son. liuis, against just about any hazard you can think of-
Mrs white orchid. or
Clyde 'Sinclair Tanner Health
A
Mra. ,
yellow tapers. crystal Eugene
of P. K. Yonge Labora- The refreshment table was bun open filed against you and
other Check thin
boats.
tory .School In. Gainesville; ...andla \ S. G. Denmark.! co-chairman' \ The bride's attendants, wore punch 'bowl was placed at one covered with awhite linen chairman announced April 16 chance W. 11"11"11''"' lint-I including damage to great'new ;;

currently serving in the Mrs. Jerome .Jobns,4' Mrs.1'.J floor-length taffeta gowns in end of the table. cloth and centered with an as the last party for Sunland ten KlalA Fender Batten Albert Trowi'll., L. llutteii Unhurt |' policy by Nationwide America's most progressive .

U. S. Navy with the Mobile W. KIncaid. 'Mrs. Charley contrasting; shades of green, Centering the gift table wasa arrangement of red lilies. Training Center Crocus Cottage J. flatten. Claude IC. Batten, insurance organization. ;
Construction Battalion Nine, Johns, Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mra and carried cascade bouquetsof yellow silk umbrella edged All members are askedto Karl It, Iiattvn Helen F. Jones, '
Mrs.
Kirby was presentedwith Randall I'
llrovor C. liutten
Da Nang Viet Nam. C. A. Knight Mrs. G. J yellow sweetheart roses. with lace and decorated with be at the club house at Charles Lee, l ,iillur BILL POWELL .
a personal gift as> a
The wedding: will Do an McGrlff Sr.. Mrs., Maurice Wesley Thomas of Live Oak iris bouquets. of 1:30.: C. :: ,..J'y, ,, I.oulBM CLne :
memento the occasion. I'
( ol > .
Jiiko R. Leo, Carrot
event of April 29 at 2 p.m.-in Wingate, Mrs: H. L. Speer. served as best man and the ; Several games were playedby Hostesses for the affair Mi's. Wayne Whlffcn In- man, Newton Coleman "VranUJolrinan 401 W. Madison St Phone 961-6164
the First\ Baptist Church of Mrs. J. K. Hardy Mrs. W. B: ushers were Jack Carter of the 43 guests betweenthe were Mrs. Richard Richards, ternatlonal Affairs chairman, ( Kmojeun( C. Chlptm-liou: ?, ..
I : Florida
.and relatives Mundy and Mrs. Loyree Co- Lake Butler and Michael hours 8 and 10 o'clock, read a letter she received from KthPl: Mae Coluinan Tjoi'kcarnlnl, Starke
Waldo. All friends Mrs. S. A. Weldon, Mrs. L.1Irhllrd. )Evelyn C. Jo ""n... Maria C. 101khm -
are invited. comlse. Waters of 'Lawtey.' and prizes were awarded to : and'Mrs. Robbie Shal- Eva: M. ice Lily !."" MII8- .
the winners. wife OI.AIJVH( HRADLEY term .and L.1.: Little .a it l I.oretidHntH -
Immediately after the wedding -J l ler. Assisting In serving were Plaintiffs, and you are vviiulntd
{Mrs. Cocomise Beta Sigma Phi three aunts of the bride The hostesses presented a Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and Mrs. "". to> carve a copy of your ",'It- ..
I U M. I..1TU3. et al., tn UefunHuit, If any to (it tiiion" ,
were ..hostesses at a reception white iris and auto- Victor" I.L I.
( corsage Glngras. rwonituntit.XITIt .. There A. Yuan. Jr., Ailoiwy
JMember? of Panel Bota Sigma- .Phf.- 'sorority: In the church Fellowship Hall, matic toaster to the honoreeas .K OK SUIT for. I'hilnllffK.vhone. udilrp InV. .
will hold .its Pledge' Ritual where a color scheme of: pink a'' memento of the occasion. TO! Ktliul Mutt nckearnlnl, O. Drawer, Ha, Mturtt!! ,Klurl- M.
Cocomise. pr III- IN TIIH (-ruciTiT rorriT OF 1 Hvelyn <-'. Eva.ns,: !Marie! C. dtt and file grkr -I InnI! theeof ,..i- '11'
|i Mrs. Loyree ceremony and Inner,at 7:30 and white was carried out in They also presented the THE': KlfUfTU .irDICIAIj Cl IICUIT 'lOIKInn: lltilon June, and 1* M. with the : of the I above
|dent'' of the Bradford County p.m. Monday.'Apr.-'1-0, at the decorating. The brides table honoree's mother, Mrs. Robert C>F i.'IAinhL.1! I IN ANt I.lttlB. styled Court on or bef6ra( tlta.
J Hospital Auxiliary partlclpat- '' was'centered with l'K>R BRADFORD OUNTY. Yuu lire" notified that .a Suit 11th day. of May l)67i!) ; otln'rwln Natlnawide Mutual\ Insurance Company Nationwide Mutual Fire, 'Inturanct Cvmpany.
Holiday Inn.: the three- Burrows with a yellow iris> be ..
"t..r..d"lII"aln ,
c.\...,] to Quiet Title to the followlnicdomrlbud a judfroment may Nilidnwldi lilt, (flagrance Company 'Horn ollicai Colombo, Ohio
ied on a tour-member panel tiered wedding cake, and punch I corsage. C NO.IIKADJ.IOY: and, hilt property situate In t you for the relict h.- I
f
during the district meeting mended In the Complaint.. .
. .-
> of the Northeast Florida Hospital I
i Auxiliary at. the-- Ponce I II .'. 11-.It,'..".., ... ,! ;. -

de Leon Hotel in. St. Augustine I -- f
:
.
on March 2LMrs.'Cocomise : -
I gav a.,a short! : 'I .

talk, on public relations and to' '.- too :- ,'

I described the duties'of the ,. ,,' ,, ,:1', '" ., \. ,<...

Candystrlpers'jects., and their pro e'I; "" \ ,'.' i+ ( .,,t :i. -' ...'
rMrs. t.h
I Martha' Olson, 'state 'i.\\ I ,.: ,(::. .-.:.OI.. .
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president was fatured.Ipeak.! I :: .

er at: the luncheon..which waa many : ; ..
attended by 190 auxiliary members ,: ; '
,
from over the dlstrl t.

cottoii: ;, L
Southside PTA
_...
Sets Survey PlanThe. knitlooks .' ,

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third, fourth and sixth 'i''
grade choruses entertained tbe

Southside PTA with folk musIc -I ., '
I' "I '
at.their meeting: Tuesday of'fc
night in. the Cafetorlum. un- ; f ,t N
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der the direction of Mrs. I ) \ 'py i........ .
itrr .." ...... .'
Julie Rasmu&sen. I II ; ",

I President Ralph Bryan presided 1 i ;

'over the meeting and ak '

Mrs. Levon Andrews gave the I BI@J .. ', ...
\aJ
devotional. Plans for a nor-' I 't;
\ .. ..
;
vey team are being prepared !)
and a meeting will be held i I

in the Cafetortum Tuesday _

April 11 at 7:30: p.m, for this .

purpose PTA presidents,
'I school board 'members school What gives These knit-bits!,..textured ,t. -. /

administrators and Interested 67% cotton-33% stretch knit bottoms that. bowl. 'v 7 L

parents are asked lo! attend I in such a ,luverly way they never show, it. ,
I meeting.. '
the survey Witty knit cotton toPS (Made for each other- '

announced National for Library April Week 18-22.wa and you. Bottoms. sizes. 5-15;tops S-M-L ,w \ I ,. 1

I Mrs. Marlon Payne Mrs. L : )

Levon Andrews Mrs. E.V.'. .
Hodges and Mrs. Carl Roberts -I

were appointed; to the k ,,
nominating committee. '

Refreshments were served! by A. Funnel-neck strtpe tone' puff,to........... y'r i

the second grade parents.. Pull-on I! .J/maiwttn '" .
a' y
Women9To '. i*
Little A
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.. Bias-plaid t link; top. .

Hear JudgeJudge Skinny psnt.;"; ? ,;' wwsr i.
I f?* :"USi l i
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T. A. Yawn will .1'r; .' f u
speak to the Little;;..Women'sClub C. DoublrcolorribbedturtlaMOktop, t } 4

on teenage problems at Pull-on Bermudss.. -

their April meeting Monday .
I night at 7:3O: at the club I '
II D. Solid tank top color-banded,
house. I .2 p
Puli-onBermudast a .
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Hostesses for the evening '
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will be Sally Moore and MarI ...
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gie Dowling. I
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I to brown. ConBtructlon Co. Includes I ford schools. Things were juat for a space. I DaUfman, Kay Soto ((21 Wilma figure. money." cf unpaid bills. the Clerk replied.
Bond Issue Set : funds for the additionof fine according to Turner, un- "Where elsd can a merchant Emanuel, Ellen Sturgis The office Of the city clerk,"f Councilman. Tucker asked, It'' Edwards denied that he Was In actions earlier In tha
I the wing I til last week when the _tu- net 40.000 people' to Margaret Lewis, Mrs Joe Dandelake replied, also admitting the auditor found cases. where still responsible for letting evening, the council:
i An unusual situation presented dente were Informed by UnIon come to his store In four days Olssy. Joy Faulkner, Joy No- he had visited the partial payments of utility I delinquent accounts run, dur- -Received the appreciation
For High SchoolContinued Itself at the meeting: County officials that they at a cost of Just $60" Novak I vak, Karen Hutchins, and clerk'a office aftter talking I accounts are being made. ing .the period when the Council of County Agent George' Hug-
I I when a delegation of State had been reassigned to Un- arks, "That's cheap advertis ; Thomas Lee with Tucker. Dandelaka said Dendelaka indicated that such : 'feet up the separate de- gins, executive'vicepresident
I Farm employees from Ralford, Ion County schools. The dale ing." Livestock he thought it only fair that payments aro accepted, and pa nient. of the Fair Association for

( Prom Pr-' One I ', led by Bob Turner asked that gatlon wanted to know i it Dates for the 1968 :fair already Swine: Sonny Norman, the clerk should be informed that the practice 1.> not good ':"If the Council so desires, labor supplied for the fair last
I,, their children be permitted to their children would be accepted set before the '87 event FFA; Butch Faulkner. Kathy of what was coming BO he accounting procedure. He said -wa'll cut everybody off tomorrow week. He presented Utility:
funds for the center, ; State! I,I attend Bradford County at Bradford school U took place are March 27, 28, Faulkner, Lavern Crawfordand could defend himself. such funda should be deposited who is. delinquent," Supt. Oscar Davis with Department of Education hn.i Schools.: It' was revealed ,that suitable bus arrangements 29 and 30. David Eunice, 4-H. "In your opinion, are the regularly, and not held in the ba declared bunch of huge onions; since"'
allocated $31,000 +'or the concurrent although the approximately BO could be made. Patty Hendley the new Adult Division Swine: books of the city kept in a safe as at present. Tucker said that several i Davis had seen them at the'

construction of Uw ,|I students Involved reside in Casey remarked that no student North Florida" Strawberry, Owen Alvarez. Florida State rather shoddy manner?" Wil-, Dandolake said, "% would cl'ty employees had delinquent Fair but missed out when they
Southwest classroom wing Union County they have by has ever been refused will begin her duties Prison llama asked. be human" about cutting off accounts, but Edwards replied i '
Queen Water Oak Farms were given awayReceived
The $$363,480: contract awarded ,, choice been attending! Brad- admission to Bradford schools, this month when she represents -' and Jay Eunice. "They're not kept as good service In hardship Cases, "but : "they came back to me an' invitation' '.
--,-- but warned that a atlcky as they should ba," Dande-' would not accept partial pay- !that: way" and added that '
-': : \ : .' _: ".. '-"' :--' :-_." :." "":..'! ,'.: ::'. '.',,, .-:;; ".- legal question ia Involved. H. Bradford County at a Cattle: Youth Division lake replied, repeating hill ments." He added that "some- they were being paid off to from Jaycee President KanN"Johns
strawberry promotion In a Zach Edwards, "-U; Walter to attend a Prayer"1Breakfast
suggested that Turner and statement that one besides the clerk should become current
frequent present I
Winter Park Shopping Mall.. Prevatt 4-H; Emory Prevatt slated for Aprlf 21.
his group contact Union County personnel in the olerk's make the decision in hardshipcases. Restaurant owner George
Blue Ribbon winners at 4-H James Knight, FFA" Con,: Don Fuqua will apeak.r
officials in an attempt to office doing Kopolousos to ask why
are as good as rose
rememberthis the fair are listed below by ; James Mott. FFA. and Stark i -Discussed additional cohi
reach a cooperative agree- they can, within their limitation Taking the floor, Edwardssaid his service had been stop- '
categories. Due to a lack of and Bradford FFA Chapters. plaints on the taste wateV'
ment to the problem. It was *, but are not qualifiedacooun.tant he was "ashamed of this "my competitor across the ""
the is notable Adult Division in the brought 'by WH*
space Telegraph Cattle: Ed- city
the
the of I kind of Mr.
general opinion meeting Tucker is street owed $650 and wasnt
board 'that under the freedom to list all winners wards Angus Farm A. R. "Is the clerk competent?" spearheading" bothered (llama, and also enforcing th*"

date. of choice plan, students ,shouldbe Food Department Ranch, Art Sohulz. Williams asked. He said that when the new Another visitor, Mrs. Loyree ordinance keeping' "'&Caftflots
Vegeatbles Bennett sto- Poultry And Rabbits mowed and free of trash! ;
able to attend school machine
any "In some respectthe Wall installed In COcombe, owner of the Bradford '
of their choosing.In kes; FruitsMrs.. F. J. Pel-! Mike Bryan, 4-H: Kenneth auditor said. March a year ago he had requested Furniture Co., asked sev- but took no action on eltJi. t:0"

other business the board: lum; Pickle Mrs. Lloyd, Carlton FFA" ; Edward Thomas "Does the absence of a book- that,.an auditor "be eral times why the clerk didn't
Bryan; Relishes Mrs. Bob' FFA; Joe Starling FFA A Classified Ad 'Inth* TELfi-:
APRIL 7TH Closed out ,the contract I ; keeper keep the clerk from here during Its installation, out his reply short and see if .
for the Bradford High School Paterson; Preserves Mrs. Lloyd Bryan FFA; Danny collecting delinquent a(J- but the Council has refused the (Council: wouldn't hire him | GRAPH: brims i-mmltaruy. 'h: ;
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physical education facility, by George Hugglns: Jams and Waters, FFAi: Sidney Padgett, counts?" Williams persisted."No everything' I. have requested." It bookkeepper. I

approving final payment of Marmalades Miss Della Bobby Cwter, and Buddy ," replied Dandelake. He said that ha does not Edwards said utility account I, n nLA
$8,804.05 to Trlest Construction Rosenberg; JeUur Mrs. Joe' Warren FFA.' Councilman Jimmy McRae: claim to be an accountant collections are improving, and REPAIR ,

Company. Olssy; Speciality or Novel-I Farm Product read aloud Dan elake'. sum- and the girls employed in the asked for time to get the accounts I
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-Heard Tharon Yawn Jr. ty-Mrs. Benny Loper, John Cone, FFA, Irlta mary of the operation of the office are not accountants, In order. WN MOWERS
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relate his axprlences as BHS berry syrup; Collection of Crawford, 4-H; J. R. Wainwright olerk's office Included In the but declared "they are competent But Tucker cnarged that delinquent i NOW
representative to the Cover:: three relishes Mrs George and Cecil Crawford. recent audit. In that the auditor to do the Job." He said accounts do exist and Avoid the rush at

nor's Youth Conference on Tribe. Bull Whip Contest -Frank praised Edwards and his the main trouble ia that they cited one Of the cleric's employees ; BUSH'S GULF
Education at Cocoa Beach Baked Goods: Breads Williams sU/f, although he said fault have too much to <*o, and the who he said owed $327.I
Yawn told about recent ad- Patty Bryan; Speciality Junior Division: Margaret could be found with accountIng office needs more help. ,STATION
vances In instructional edu- Breads Mrs. George Tribe, LaMee, singing; 2-Randy and procedures. But the sum- Edwards denied.playing politics "There's the constant conflict Where You Buy Ton
clerk the
between and city
cation techniques, and sale white bread. Ricky Brown singing and 3- mary said such criticism with the utility accountsby Willtams Ftnh Bait and Tackle
council, said "We'vegot
that Governor Kirk wanted"to Cakes: Plain Mrs. Pam Elizabeth,Scott, twirling. "could not be justified." allowing some accounts to to do I I"Don't N. TEMPLE AVE.
make :Florida first in edu- Tlson, pound cake: Decorated Senior Division: I-Regina McRae asked if an earlier be several months In arrears. something. PHONE 844-1381 .
ask offered !
cation." He said that the Dawn Lamb butterfly cake: Ellis, solo and piano; 2-Cyn- statement by Dandelake that The clerk said that in the me I've \.

greatest problem to the small LIIIerMrs.. Lola Johnson thla Sherman, singing and 3- the city was "out of balance" three years and six month
schools in Florida was the oat meal cake. Cookies-Mrs.Mllle The !Evils!: of Life, a band com- when the audit was made period that the Council set --- ----.......-------.--- ------''I

limited curriculum, 'wherein Autry, and Candy posed of David SllcoK. Paul meant anything was wrong in up a separate utilities department -
students can't get the course Mrs. Jessie Young. McLeod. Johnny Warrr n, Ro- the office. Dandelake replied delinquent accounts totaled j j Announcing. .
they need for adequate college Youth Division ger Padgett Joey Reese. that it certainly did not mean almost $13,000, while

preparation. Junior Group Adult Division: 1-Joann any city employee was do- during the previous three years ';' THE OPENING OF
-Received a letter of commendation Baked Goods Brownies Scott twirl} >and! 2-Mrs. Willie ing anything wrong, bull that and three months, while they'I

t from Pope Baird, Karen Olssy; Cupcakes: Mae Randolph, singing. with proper supervision the were under his supervision, ,
director of the State School Geraldine Hendricks; Plain, girls in the office could have delinquent accounts totaled Fran Vegetable And Fruit
Transportation Service, praising only $7,600.( |
Cake Yeast back
-SherrlU Austin; gotten in balance.In .
the county for reducingits Rolls and Coffee Cake-Deb- Private WorkConcerns an added bit of adviceto Edwards said that a good ,I
school transportation cost ,
portion of these uncollectableswere
bie Faulkner. the Council. Dandelake said Market
the past year.
by $10,401 over accounts of people who
Canned Products: Pickles- he could
set
Casey said that the reduction up and Installan had died, or, who had moved i
\ was made possible by; Catherine Green. BoardContinued adequate accounting system away owing the city money. I AcroHs From Starke Elementary School

Spectacular' Values. more careful bus routing, and Easter Home Improvement for the city, but "it He said the utility deposits I It Ii On Brownlee Road
Arrangement Ca- would do
no unless
of buses' good you '
the elimination eight required by the City are not
mUle Oassett; Oil Picture ( from Page Onel have the personnel to 'I
Was Invited to attend a carryout high enough. and should be Also

/Throughout the Store! v Jaycee April 21,"Prayer to hear Breakfast"a messageby Karen Clothing Breeden.: Cotton D-es missioner the \purchase Johns because voted against of the I you would the system Just be Otherwise wasting, t boosted to cover such Instances II i L SECOND HAND CLOTHING

Karen Miscellaneous
r Olssy. :

Door Prizes I Favors for all! stressing Congressman the Importance Don Fuqua of a one pair of hand tow l_ the price.future Ha ,suggested the Board that secure, in

Christian approach to the administration Camille Gassett, and Project an option to buy at a stated XttatUtfud 1904
of civic affairs Work: Placque -cherie Hin- price before
extending funda 1904BodcockbTREASUR HOUSE OF LIVINGROOM GROUPS
-Heard a report from architect ton. for a survey or the property
ADMISSION BY TICKET ONLY Don R. Morgan that construction Junior Division Agreed to meet with the
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and Senior Group and APPUANCIS : ,
on the Brooker Bradford County Library y tir: -, ti' :- y
Hampton schools is behind Baked Products Yeast Board on April 12 at the
schedule. Morgan, said that he Rollscheryl Griff; Gingerbread request of the chairman
Mrs.
Come in for your invitation had advised Harris & Harris; -Susan Autry: DrOP Russell Norman. SAVE $20 ler $30 ';i ..;

Const. Co. that concentrated Cookies Susan Autry; -Received a request from
and ticket todavtSLADE efforts should be made to put Brownies Susan Autry; County Surveyor Merrill Mc- ON ANY GROUP "'" -
the projects on schedule. Plain Ca.keSandra. Hug- Millan that all future work
gins; Decorated CakeRita be ordered by letter so no
Grover; Not Decorated Cake misunderstanding will occur.
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Visitors ThrongTo -- Nellie Davis: Cupcakes Denied another request by ""-- 'IoY.

Ophelia Bright: Plea- Fran- Everett McKinney that dirt A '
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'ces Cruce; Candy-Susan Au- taken from Alligator Creek + dar i 1

Fair and placed on his property
County try.Canned Products: Plum be replaced. The county haul- / 5 PIECE LIVINGROOM GROUP ;-'; ; '' ,, ,r

GAS AND APPLIANCES Jelly-Lloyd Bryan. ed 41 loads of the dirt for A100% Nylon Fata Pile Cover i
[Continued On Pas Four] -Home Improvement: Needlework fill and replaced 14 loads of Reversible Foam Cushions C.lont
-Susan Autry it at Santa Fe Lake at Mc- a>BROWN
332 W. l\fA'DISON\ PHONE 964-7701 Group include: .BEIGE .
continued Most of the mer Clothing: Cotton Skirt Ktnney's request. The Board RED
SETTEE OR
STARKE, FLORIDA ohants with wares at the Fair Regina Byrd: Cotton Blouse decided that he had been sufficiently 1OUNCI CHAIR SOFABEDa -MATCHING OTTOMAN .1 .TURO. OUVE
actually experienced benefit Frankie Jackson; Jumper repaid. a J THROW PILLOWS
-. --. ', .' exceeding the $GO thw paid Debbie Hill: One Piece Dress -Updated the county's roads I
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_" .'r" Shirley Cohens; TWO Piece I I on the State PrimarY Mllarasystem

Dress Gloria Hutchinson: by Including S' ::223

I Party Dress Rebecca:: Solo- from Lawtey to the Clay
County lint and SR-235: and
mon; Apron Betty Bennett -
; Pajamas Brenda: SR-231 in the Brooker area.
__ When King;; Sweater Sandra'- State Roads 200, 100, 18. and
Hugglns: Tea TowelTanya I I 116 'were already on the state's
Watts. '( primary listHeard] ,
: Hand TowelLucille
you save Kauffman. and Doilies:: a cautious reporton rYtflt'Vt I w
a Catherine Gaskins. the county's financial condition 10 DOWN

I Senior Citizen's Club from Clerk Darby, who 'aMA ,
said there is
with Mary Allen, Rose Bona- $23,000 left WEEK -
us ; wandt, Marlon Courtney, above and salaries in the Road 2 Piece LIVING ROOM SUITE _

Tom Garvey, Jane Driscoll and Forfeiture Bridge Fund. The Fine Each One) of Thai Embotied Expanded Vinyl Cover
Fund Is in excellent Color .
Lilly Johnson, Emma Schae- living Room Groups 84" SETTEE or JOMBED SUITE |ncuj.| *
our office is as close as fer, and Gene Wiggins.Needlework remittance shape due to heavy Represent. The Outstanding '* ZIPPERED FOAM CUSHIONS ON SETTEE ROOMY SETTEE SOPABED e TURO.
by the SherUf'Joffice SEWN FOAM ON BACK and ARMS o MATCHING ARM CHAIR DK.TAp.
your nearest mailbox... Children's Wear: Dress but the General Fund Value of That Manufacture :OUVf I IBIOWM I

and It's' open... 24 hours a day. Mrs. 'Joe Olssy and Mrs. H. la there hurting are no because funds 'to this replacethe year i,

So five T. Godwin, and Pajamas $21,000 shortage caused:
h save percent of your Mrs. H. T. Godwin.

take-home pay the convenient. I Knitting: cap & Saque- ';by the non-payment timber firms. of taxes by '

Mrs. Wilmer Emanuel: Sweater Made a payment of $ .1S11 1/1// J t5 .
by I
way saving with
.. us. Man's- Mrs Sweater, Marian-.Mrs.Finucan George; to the Triest new maintenance Construction barn.Co on l r 11 seer 01R This! Sturdy Suite

Tribe; White Sweater Mrs. Chose a new Jury list for Will Give You Yearr-ii s

\ Lola Johnson: Stole Mrs. the upcoming term of Circuit 1 of Wear and Beauty ,
I Jessie>> Young\ and Afghan

II I Mrs. Wilbur Emanuel. Court.Instructed Clerk Darby to
Crochet: Afghan Mrs. write the legislative delegationthat
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.1 Margaret Lewis.Garments the board Is opposed to JI
: Dresses Mrs. another election this fiscal EJIS .

D. E. Hi11.iUnens year, for constitutional revision -I ) d.' e:
: Luncheon Set- or any other matter. ,
Miss Delia Rosenberg; Place GL') .

Mats Mrs Lola Johnson' ; q ,

Scarf-Mrs. Dewey Williams, Better SystemOf '''''' ''':
and Bed SpreadMrs.. Lola ;
Johnson.

Miscellaneous needlework
Accounting
Hand Bag Mrs. Jessie
Young; Tote Bag-Mrs. T. C.
Hazen; Yellow PillowMrs..
Needed
Lola Johnson; Pillow Net- By City

Mis. Vallsse\ Godwin; Wall
I Hanging-Mrs. M. J. Hester:
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Toaster Cover- Mrs. Whltehnftck Rti '; t 5 PC. Early American LivingroomBeautiful Compare at $239.95
; MC I and Neddlepolnt But Tucker, pressing still ti
NY Mrs. R. L. Autry. further, said the auditor In Soft, Warm Salem Maple
Saw and Loan r horticultureBlooming his office in Jacksonville, had finish. Built for Years and Yearsof
Wear. Authentic Early American
said $
a Plant which carries bad debts totaled around Matching Styling. $21800
large bloom: Pot.tedPlant 22000. Where did< Dandelake PLATFORM ROCKER
[Rlpsallsl. Mrs. Jessie get that figure? Tucker asked INCLUDCJi. I s work
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
Young and Third Grade at showing his copy of audit Same Authentic Early 3 Cushion Settee ar Sale led

218 N,Temple Ave. Phone 9615000 Starke Elementary: : Potted figures given him by the American Styling. Dura- Matching Whig Oralr i $20 DOWN
Plant auditor. tile and Comfortable '
[Afrlcian Violet
2 Maple Slp-[nd Tables
Mrs. R. O. Patterson, and "You have a of the i
copy Maple Cocktail Table
Potted Plant (Begonia) Mrs. old records," Dandelake said. $'59 95

C. L. Cooper.Blooming Councilman :Merrltt Williams Extra Colonial.Print. A T..... CMiUMrte*
Visit Ouf"Home Planning Center If You Plant which'.carrles interjected, then

small bloom: Begonia he was present when Dande-I I W. S. Badcock Furniture And Appliances Associate Store
Are Interested
In A New Home. Monett Stuart, Cactus' Mrs lake gave the $22,000 figure I
L. L. Fullwodd. and wanted to know where .

Arts And Craft the auditor got, the HERMAN WILLIS, Owner 128 S. Walnut St.BRADl'OftD .

Mr. Clyde Scroggtns. Jess 'tion on which to Informa-j'I










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APRIL 6, 1967 BRADFORD COUNTY TOXKnilAPn. STARKTC. FT.Omn\ PAOr .nvt'-': .-.
.ale.
"- --.-- ,- for the I NO'rlf"F1 OK iMTrcvrioN'" TOItKlilMIKII ford r'ountKl. '1"jriilft, upon,, i"<.. '1'ihnnif' H Timmpmjn, III i,, ._-
been awarded for the equipment I''-:-- rilE RIGHT POINT .r .if. ut li, ..itlofi "iIhlH n.. IIH, r KluilU.i, i
: PK-IIIIIMM MiniNntlit i'iltit' of pt'< !< > <.Wlny. *0""
Youth
ChargedIn .' thoxy vrlti>. Come in ,, hr..h l l Unit' .... ,,., tin' fIIHI."HIn, ,' >.
Voc School l Casey and anothergrant J you < > In ) sHin n" HIM
I ays. .. II I rAnd lest favorite ES- II I"'" uiultirMlrm. '! >ri. unrli' .i lit.* 'in. .. i>f Th-' |PIKII"| Uiniii, ,, Hluiii..,. ,,mil. i iwhlili Dili" (I thin 4tl dnv ..r AlH'H '- .. I
will bo announced! ..., .1. I II your ; .1 .. .
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_. ";;.- v 1 lnm' Si 153* 1 Uut\' I I am untune"! in hitHlneMH A.I n. I'm I at .Sturke! JJr.iUri.ict 1 eCnunty.
School TheftAn around July I, !(. '\ IEKBKOOK .ut'nfain pen. I of Florida, Arta "f III II nn, "uukt, "' C'loi, ""Ia...
.1. : : ; thinUlreult !I T1
'' TH.KOKAIMI. rtfipiMti with ihti Cl'-ilt" of Nln. / l
Job AwardedA A staff of 12 faculty mem : Conn. In Iud, d.>i. limit-1" .
two I \ 1..
18-year-old Starke youth II I bert Including principals ... .
John Michael Spengler, has will serve student body of I '.. ...,
been charge; with breaking $363,450 contract for construction 300 when the new unit open ..... .. ... Open Friday and Saturday ,
and entering with intent to of the Bradford- next fall. All but three of the -

commit grand larceny and Union Area teaching personnel are already I Until W P.M. ..r>
grand larceny In the theft nical Center voCatlOnlll-TeC1.j) employed In tho system

of three typewriters from Thursday, March :30, to Brown but are teaching In temporary a
Bradford High School. Constitution Co. of Gaines- I quarters. ..J
HOW YOU -
The theft occurred on or The first phase will Include( t --
about Dec. 28 last :ysi\r when ville.The bid covered a base con- I two auto mechanics classroom:
Room C-5 of the high! school tract of $339,736 plus $24,000for for 60 students, two vocational, i CAN ENJOYrt '
was entered Illicitly. It was re- two vocational office education office education classrooms to
ported to the Bradford Sheriffs classrooms added. Only SO students, and one and' ijJ.I'lehurel COL. SANDERS <
Department by Principal other extra feature to be in- each for 30 students of fan'' :1: <
Connie M Clark, according! to cluded Ir. the first phaao laDO machinery maintenance an : RECIPE
Sheriff tons of airconditioningwhich repair electronics technology
Deputy Robert Oreen.
will be sufficient for food service, and distributive I I abme (from !left) are' retiring E"alt'd Itnler
One of the three machineswas
returned to Principal the second phase. education a total of 240 stu ) ('11111'1.-.. HulrliCHon, HMrlrt rputj. Grand Exalted Iluli-r Lou The nearest mailbox is your "teller's Kentucky

Clark' lout Wednesday March The action wan taken In a dents. Sixty more students Tumbull, Mnxln Curler: Jr., new Exalted lluler, iiiul Grand! window"when Bank-by-
will be enrolled in data processing you use our
School Board
special meeting
29 by a local youth accompanied Esquire' John N'elmm..
radio and TV'e- Fried
: by his father, to whomIt last week. and until Mail Service. You can open your account -
State and federal funds for pair in other buildings
had been loaned. Deputy the project were to total $325- the second phase of the voc Elks Install New Officers make deposits withdraw funds
Oreen traced the source: of
that machine and ultimately 000, but Supt. Tom Casey requested school is constructed. have interest credited ALL BY Chicken
and received $31,000 A highlight of the regular'' teemed Lecturing Knight '
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arrested Spengler last Friday, I :::
March 31. more from the State Depart. Elks lodge meeting Monday' I Maxie Kelly Inner Ounid MAIL! Write phone or call for com- -

The day after the first tYPe- ment of Education He explained Mrs. Thelma Steele night was the Installation 'of'' Robbie Shaller. Tllei', Wll..! plete information. "It's Finger Lickin' Good' :
writer was returned to the the low bid was :139": ,- Dies In G'villeMrs. officers to serve during the Ibm Oraudan: Chaplain .
school the other two 000 and the extras It was; con- year 1067-68. Mitch Evan, .and )Esquire .
found In a box on the were west sidered feasible) to IncorpoiaU Thelma Moore Steele, The new officers were Installed Inman Oreen Board Of Trustees /- HOME: OWNED PHONE AHEAD 9 1-5120 .. ..
side entrance at the high with the first phase 68 a native of Btarlte, died by District Deputy : Titus Olson and Charles' HOME OPERATED YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY '.w ;:
school. There'w e two Royal Total cost of the first phase!, Saturday in Alachua'Oeneral: Grant Exalted 'Ruler Lou Hutchenon. Treasurer OeorBe -

and one Remington typewriters eon.trllctlon will be 3Hl,62i: Hospital alter a brief illness Turnbull and his Grand Es- Brown, and .Secretary BankOF EAT IN OR TAKE OUT =
after $18,172 in architect's The State
stolen. Mrs Steele worked for the quh'e. John Nelson Thomas E. ,Lewis, Community -
are added. To reach that total
of New officers' Exalted All members and their '
Spengler Is a freshman Division of Plant Industry are;
Santa Fe River Junior College at- the School Board last Thursday the .Department of Agriculture uler, Maxie Carter Jr., Esteemed wives were served dinner in STARKE 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 North\ ..e:

.He is a '1965 graduate of also amended Its 196661budget I in 'Gainesville, 'where, she Leading Knight Wal i the newly, enclosed ledge 'pa- ; ,
to transfer $2.;>,bd2.00; : ter l I MEMBER F. D. I. C. C. It. BRASWELL. OwnerManagerSAUES .
Bradford Hiwh School and a moved more than 40 years King Esteemed Loyal,, tlo prior to attending the I
member of the student government from the Capital Outlay amDebt ago from Deland. She was a Knight J, s. Bhuford Es- installation ceremony. | .. Aa. -
Service fund to a* usesIn I
tfurlnw hi' nt.f H s'.vorli construction of UiC voc- member of the Gainesville ..... -'. w._.____ ___ "'--' IO<'_. ...... __f'II' :T'r.Iv...,..":''I"4" i ifT "I.w.r'f:. "h''" Ji; = I
and a member of BHS's 1965-66 tech! school. First Baptist Church and the I j -

Class A State Champion faot- The $356,000 ($325,000 plug American Legion Auxiliary -
ball'team.Berry. She is survived; by three I Idaugh.terfl
from the state
$31,000 ) plus -
and one son.
the transfer of the $23,68200:
PricesStrengfhen makes up tho total construction s s !
of for the I I
cost $381,622
first phase. Golfers Fourth .. S

Brown will have 200 work. S.S.

Ing days to complete construction =
After Slump after it begins In ap- I In ConferenceFinishing ..

proximately two weeks, Casey
lAUnDRY
MAYTAGDKPENDABLE HomE
Continued[ From Pa',,, One) says He has also rerrlve.
information from the State fourth In the
Wednes< -<'\.500 flats ave- Department that construction Florida star Conference In I _.
rage S3.tt."The: of the second phase of the Live Oak last Friday March AUTOMATICS
peak Is over, I believe," voc school Is tentatively, n" 31, Tornado golfers were
Market Manager Gary DEnnett to begin during the 1967-68 knocked out of the title by

of Ben-Star Farms said Wed- school term, just. a yea away Palatka, Bolles, and Lake City DAYS
nesday, The peak depends on I Cent of the first phase will!; despite being undefeated In ::5 BIG BIG TRADE-INS

what happens this weekend, eventually total: J430,2Srt, loop play 1
Friday and Saturday, he said. I Casey said, when all the alternates Palatka won the conference I THURSDAYD SATURDAY
are added, such! as a championship with a low team -
major appliance classroom score of ISO. Bolles was 11 : ON 13 CHOICE MODELS 1

$24,000; kitchen equipment, strokes back at 161, Lake City APRIL 6 7, 8
dM6lfgo-' $3.800; a screening wall, $6,- finished with a 173, and the I
incetowraMn.Ifr 873, and paving totaling $9- fourth place' Tornadoes had a

......ynnt/.IV........ 123, plus other extras 180. Live Oak had a 180 and
.0' w. Models! Beautiful New Styling.
u..o.......MaM Equipment for the portion Orange Park a 182. Just Arrived. Solid Carload of)f Brand-New Maytag .
twanr n (
w.a
) ...... .... ....,... of tho first phase going up Bill Adams and David Sll-

.- cost now about is also 180,000 needed to and adequately it will- cox nadoes were with low 42's for, while the Harry Tor- New Features: New Conveniences! The Latest Most Modern \Washer and Dryer

Better Ilonaem }Furniture Co. equip the building, tho Hatcher: and Jim Godwin had \ ,

1206 8. Edgewood Ave. superintendent says. A grantof 48's."It
Jacksonville Florida! 33203 .j,' $67,807 from the State I was Just one of those .
/ Department, separate from I days when you couldn't shoot You Can Own! "
construction funds, has already good golf," Coach Mike Sexton
said of his BHS fourI '
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I some. The Tornadoes! hadn't i
I I played the Live Oak course, N
r 1 1 1 1 having been unable to schedule Automatic Washers Automatic Dryers I

the Wildcats In regular l
season play. Had the course '"" asgaa, ll Gas or Elec. Models\ !
been more familiar the Tornadoes Pick From 6 l\Iodelf.\ Electronic Control Slops

might have done bet- 2-Rpt'.d Wash and Spin When Clothes Are Perfectly
ter, Coach Sexton said. r at a Lint-Filter Agitator Dry _

Going Into the tournamentBHS ,- Blench Dispenser Wash *N Wear Petting .

play and was 6-3 8-0 overall.In conference ---.7 3 Load Level: Damp Dry Setting i oA.a'" :
I :3 Water Temperature Air Fluff Setting \:

SPECIAL! ; Rinse Conditioner Dispenser Porcelain Drum anti Top e :

I Special Steer Sale )'t Soak and Pre-Wash Cycle Outstanding! Qualityf '

1 At County Fair f4l/r fJ e k Unsurpassed Capacity tvac. .

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I The sale of an FFA Steer $ coppehens, C
I I Saturday afternoon at the N o rile o Notice All MixlolN. of Uayt"l: 1 :
Bradford County Fair was a exlrn h ef oW MAYTA()-Tho must I"'IH'odllhle Woohern wad l Dryers) on Our soles' I I .
'I good example of the financial I automatic wuHlirm, and Jrjcrit I Floor.' Compare, Hretiy May .
Hi.Mcthodlal; churches of florid.will hold special! l..",Ic..la support given the Youth of you can own. hag IK lour Ih'Ht. Bell! nl tlw .
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help you gain Ui .uranee UiM lh wen to lh problems
....l face In today*world can b.found through faith".Faith.. In.. I Bradford County. I -. -
the eartiinly that God lovn ill men..Faith In Christ, that can : The Angus Steer, shown by I
.how the way to greater" depth of meaning to your life Plan now James Mott an FFA member
10 attend tha services, In your nearby Methodltt Church. I from Brooker, was sold during BUY NOW & SAVEWasher 1
the Horse Show for just 1'wlr> Nave Even More On
APRIL 9 14At ) over 41c per pound The steer & Dryer ..
weighed 700 pounds and grad I .
all Methodist Churches in this area ed good.
I
Lawson Meat Market purchased I'' 24 New Maytag Washer Great New Maytag Warranty More People Use MAYTAG\ .:.
the steer! for slaughter

for following 23o per donating pound to with make the And Dryers Purchased 5 2 O 5 Than Any Other a

the selling price 41c per pound;
I'' Zcdra Hamilton and :Merchants 5 Yearn on c- ...m2 Years on <'m1Vrur Automatic Home Laundry Equipment :

HOMECOMINGGRAHAM of Brooker 5c per pound; for This Sale. All to be pl-te TrunsnilHplete Automatic Wmlipr or DOTJon 'a-
'Dave A..wml>ly of W..h.or. Dryer jfubliiet Warranty
I Shuford.Lawtey.'lc- per Automatic>Va-.her Against. KtiHtFr :
pound; Harold Eunice, Lawtey
lIe; Doyle Conner, Commissioner Sold at Special Reduced Prices! .-., repiilr or pxrhunfre of lefrrtlvn Don't Miss This :
cabinet I If It
I of Agriculture le; purtu or
Emory M. Prevail, Starke 'Ic; runt. fYvD Inntallutlon of party '
Bradford County /Telegraph,I Guaranteed Savings on m MAYTAG In.. the rmiponHlblllty of .w.Iltttg 'Tremendous Sales Event!
'. denier within
2o per Ib, Floyd WIgginsiacj. : .lUIchl101&.1& : ..
flnt thereafter Installation
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County Agent G.' T; I year
Huggtas.
BAPTIST CHURCH Ic; Tommy Hamilton; lc; N t all Models., l J. extra. Buy ,the Beat Buy MAYTAGMAYTAG

Ernest Tria t, lof-andReddish -
Andrews, 95 on the steer. m
I NO WAITING [NO DELAY!

SUNDAY, APRIL 9 I All models ore display! OUR. USUAL: FAMOUS MAYTAG
I Built and Bathed by Ameri Free DeliveryNormal
IV 1: THK CIHCrrT OOt'ItT OftTHK i complete selection I I : ....
REV. ORIS COLLINS ; KimiTH JI'p1Cl'.IL fill.fl ca's Home: "' Laundry. Special* All model' in stock for Ira- WRINGER I WASHERS
IT <>>' HXI11UA/ I ftHL> lain.. Don't Settle for Less. Than
I FOIL IlItAIJF..nu| COUNTY and i mediate delivery. Installation WIUNGEn-'V CUSTOMERS
Allenhurst Ga. ( ASE NO. 49fiaintirr. Proven M-tytar Quality M
Of
pricex. Service I Policy .7
I HOwgLf. IbBI,mT$, ; T>eae mUl>illtr. All models at special
Buy the Maytag Wringer-4Varher ofBring _

Will Preach at 11:00 A.M. BCOTTIK-va- U ROBEHT8!: I I, Balloons special'
.r>....ndant. The' Family free; yourSaleAlmodels at Saleand'
\OTIr'e3 OK HI IP '
TOt WUTT1M I* HOBKItTSADI / : MAYTAG Prices 3 Days Only. ? ;
Dinner the Grounds >RKW AND UK/HI-! :
on tun. '
DEN"-B UVKNOWN:- Free Cokes Join in the
YOU AR.H HKRKHT .NOTI-. -
After Service FlED that.an action for'divorce '

Morning I I i Lyon has been are of your filed required I written airalnet to defenaxn you prve and aieoy : I II I II WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING -- TERMS TO SUIT -- UP TO THREE YEARS TO PAY

f any, to It on Rucena V.Shaw.
Good Old Fashioned Song Service I I whoa. Attorney H'lilren la for ill plaintiff' :Huiltll: : ac'a
Walnut' street fltarke. Florida/ 231& N. TEMPLE AVENUE "
I land fll. th. orlHluul- with thin
After Dinner I Clerk of the ahoy .iyl"J Court : r a' :
PHONE 964-7:>96 tV1
I I 011 or before May 5, 1147! Otherwb.
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a jndarmeat may be en IS
Ladles firing A Covered Dish ilelwd'I nffalnut you. for the r. ri.f STARKE. FLORIDA ::
'I ilrmanilvd In th.lnm- ..
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Drinks Furnished i j WITNESS mv hand. and the ,:

aJ.tcj Seal ef: ai1.EI1,aald Court A, DARBrAH on !March ,,':'i "Buy Your Appliance Where Your Service_ Is Our_ Specialty" _.-:

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Mayor Shuford stated. calve a second. The mar hall lust year. rage, but no longer does the
At Lawtey Councilman Eugene noted brought the matter'up at tho But Councilman Scott told city's mowing: The problemwas

that many of the city's streets conclusion] of the meeting him the Issue was dead, that handed to Streets Chair ,

I signs are In disrepair and saying he wanted to know Starling's motion did not receive man Starling] who requestedthe

No Made On Playground Lease that some are not legible. why his request for the uniform a second. matter be tabled until the
Progress Signs are non-existent in some allowance was refused, The marshall also asked the next meeting to give him timeto

places that should be marked again admitting that he red council to find another build- find a garage.

he said. Th. council voted calved a $25 per month raise, ing to keep the city's tractor
No in obtaining a erty waa reported at the LawItey to find out why LawteY'sl'M Jordan has turned in $500 are. I
progresa : that he investigated gettingthe and mowing machine. He had
I residents have not ,, or more the past two months. "For my part, I'm J lust I A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -
City4 Council Mon Negro
lease for a Negro playground I meeting City of Starke to make kept the machine in, his ga
on the Lewis Hill Estate prop- day night. given their share of the city's But the mayor also noted gonna continue to do the ben signs for' Lawtey. NasworthySells brings results.STALLIHGi'S .

I Mayor Charles Shu ford, said. recreation, funds. The mayorsaid that things are working out I can" Marshal) Jordan" In- Marshall Jordan asked the ,.....- .:2 ..-I..
the much better than when the terjected. .
however, he Is still hopeful of he Is. opposed to -
council for $75 to
Look Out obtaining permission to put ; Council contributing funds to marshal! was on the fee sys "Right, whether they're local his uniforms.per year The BuildingTo

the playground on the property I! the Recreation Board it it tem. Marshall. Jordan said ] citizens or tourists,''. Chair purchase
council last cut out ex-
For Fall Out of the estate. l IN not apportioned fairly among driver's often, ask If he Is on man Rosier replied. She noted tra works the year marshall was MallardsThe CORNER
all the fee lIysLem.Councilman that many times local residents
,
"It's the best place for it doing, along with allowances!
Tuesday night' tense the most desirable," the mayor Recreation Bonrd Member Robert Scott exceed the legal speed for his uniforms and phone, C. H Nasworthy build-

City Council meeting wan said; "I'd like to wait a while Marvin Rosier, present at the said the marshal' should I limits within the corporate) i but gave him a raise in pay. ing on E. Call Street has OASIS LOUNGEYour

Interrupted at a crucial because of that." Councilman Council meeting, agreed with "catch all that are speeding I limits especially on. ;..SR-225 I The marshall took his choice been sold to Alonzo T. and

point l by a loud( crash In Robert Scott agreed with the ''the mayor Rosier suggested no matter what their beef Is." and Lake Avenue. last year, he asked his terms Aahlyn T. Mallard of Tallahassee CLOSEST For
and
the back of the room. mayor. the Council ask Recreation The mayor replied that It Mayor Shuford agreed and got them, Councilman and Is being reno- Spot

Startled. .spectators turned The problem of obtainingthe Board Chairman James Wain- would take "five or six mar- urged action, against uch viola Scott noted. That was correct vated and remodelled for occupancy -I LIQUOR WINES BEER

their head'" to wo Brad- playground for residents wright to hold meetings on a halls to catch them all," but tlons. noted" the marahall agreed but i as a retail unit by
ford County's heav 'wlKht that his Interest la in The chairman also that I the new owners. I Open 9 A.M12 P.M.
> east of the railroad came up more regular basis and to report "keep- told the council he representsthe
of
Civil Defense, Dlrertor to the Council on ,ts Ing our name out of the trucks parked in front Among the Mallard's operations
I again when one resident, Her- town, and that he want
unload block A.M
9 A.M. 2
Waters' Store to Friday and Saturday -
Frankllllamn sprawling hendlines in 10 states are variety stores in
I man Johnson, met with the progress and projects. eight or to be presentable Jordan said
on the floor the tmetnl Rosier said the Recreation "That doesn matter If they the view of persons enteringU. Keystone Heights and Green
Board find out
I to why more he needs new uniforms but SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS
LakeAyenue
he hud .bornseated S. 301 from ; I
chair" on which I progress had not been made Board was supposed to meet are speeding Chairman Louise simply can't afford to ou> Cove Springs. I
council faced
rollupttml. under him.At In getting the playground. The Monday night but didn't. Rosier said, "Ask how many a problem the them.' Sale price, as Indicated by OR QUARTS

last 1','e experienced Council has been negotiating Mayor Shuford also cautioned they catch in the school zone previously and passed a city Councilman mewed documentary stamps, was $17-

Hilt lall-out."lIlIall1l1" council commented I with heirs of the estate for against allowing the city to in, Starke.". ordinance"That's right against., They ought to- that the request Stating be grantrc': 300. The building was last occupied 8 Ml. South of Starke on U S. 301t

drily as Home time. again become tabbed a speed "That cut 8 no Ice: I argued I warned." but the motion did not re by Worth's Depart
be fined they've! been
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members and spectator en- I Mayor Shuford also told trap.Ve're getting on, whatI i that the last time (the AAA);, ment Store.

Joyed a bit of ramie relief. Johnson he should meet with call dangerous ground," he I Investigated)," the Mayor said, i\

the city's Recreation Board I said noting that Marshall M "' 'But they'le bigger than we f '
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it's I .....".$.....<::0" AU I',,'&HASTINGS UPHOLSTERY MATTRESS WORKS CARL BEGGS AT REDUCED INSURANCE RATES( I FRONT ALIGNMENTLatest
wily time to Gulf ServiceUSED AUTO. FIRE. BOAT (
buy H \rt:Ml' 110 Lemon St. Falatku Precision Equipment,

_._. .. PARTS DOYLE E. CONNKB
to 19 .word oaIc.cM Furniture Repaired INSURANCE AGENCY I I Factory Trained M Top Price for Wrecked! para .
All Work Guaranteed.
::. ward nor. IB ..,__.VI Upholstered. & Refinished/ song
24 Hour Wrecker Service
This Week Special
Uxtrnh:: .r..- 1C see MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
pnld i. n4.Mv. _....SB Innersprings -. Fuel Oil ..- $5.55

your 67 Mustang I MFMOnlAI.M.' HRAOLIIIO'V: "* I III and Box SpringsDrop AAA 8 & II Green Stumps MARYCARTER parts extra: It neededFIHESTONE

"...... .per wor4 Us A Card or Call II wy. 301 N. Waldo

CARP or' 'THAMKHBO : PALAT (A EA 5-9166 <4418-1908< S12 \\'. Madison.
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lunch word' ..v.r H> -....* MRS.- J-EGOY SMALLER
209. E, Adklns St. i I BE SURE TO 8ES: WORLb

YOUR BEST. BARGAIN... Starke, Agent Lawn MowerREPAIR I BOOK encyclopedia.before buying. At.*iujUier A.
1st ii DAYTONA 500 ADULT EDUCATION olawes beet
PAINTS Payne your repr. enta.I -
Join now. Elementary -andSecondaiy.
SERVICEMinor I I tlve since ISM. Boa 62*.
Pboi#, BS4-6091! () REDUCED FROM $100 TO ] Tune-up| or. Over- Phone 964-6S60, tfobfMyer

days: 964-6800 evening. tf haul. New Wheels, Controls 102 E. Brownlee St. I
$70 PER MO.
etc. We aim Have Complete Line Power Tools)
1st SEBRING UNDERWATERWEED NEW ONE BEDROOM rick-up and Delivery Herv-
-- FURNISHED Ice of Area. Headquarters For

01st CUTTINGAll !CALLFIRESTONE Lawnmowers Fowe: TMSJMcCulloch
GARDEN APTS. ] CVUn Saw

Types. AIR'' CONDITIONNEXT Paintsand i Pumps-* Water Systems

ATLANTA 500 Bulldozer # TO B.118 ON 313 864-7592 W. Madison, Briggs Rentals A-Stratton Sale. Servlosj Engine

Drag Line WorkJ. Starke,, Flu. tf 230 N.E. 18th Ave.
o. WASHINGTON' ST. OalnesvHI
C. GardnerPHONE ,
LACY CONWAY 3783411tfcnr
SnppliesFor
: Call FLYING SERVICE
:: $84-1720,

1st Starke Bradford I MR. MASON FLIGHT rentals.INSTRUCTION.Greyhound Airplane Bus-I All Purposes USED VACUUM S13 up.cleaners 10 different'reconditioned

&
LaRue I
George E. care of Ernest Tew Charter. Keep your party together name 'brands to chooae from.
AGENCY charter a bus Phone I
I INSURANCE Parts &: excellent repaIrs ali
I
Where Medicare Btops., Realty, Inc. 964-6090. tfchg: 3 GALS. $5 makes KIRBY SALES Jk:
I WE: STARTS I SERVICE 712 N.Main Gainer
Low Cost MedtcWsvt'::1'111: I Gainesville. Ph. 376-6461 APPRAISALS AND 'villa 376-711O. tfeh*

County Protection A* Low ,As CONFIDENTIALINFORMATION I Interior or Exterior
sail A Year I 2906 N.. W. 13th St. Latex
Concerning property and prop-I I
Auto Fire Home Owner
The Rancher
erty values in Florida] Prop-
Accident1
Life .
Over ZIPPERS ,
erty. thirty years ex
Keystone Heights 47S-489 penance In Real Estate mat-i: Inc.

ENUICE NURSERY ONE STOP Mrs and Active Real Estate I I 7 & 10 In. .. lOc I
O Western Wear
Tomato and Pepper 'plant; Broker since 1953. A. .J.I

... D"ve A Wimeds and banded Ornamental Annuals.: Citp':khyu s"lbll.trees'<2 MASONRY Thomas Realtor, Tel 964- 701. i 14 In. .. .. .. .. .. 15c 0 Guns

FOR RENT 3 room and I'I '
22 In. 25c
miles North of'Lawtey'Srt 301. .. f 0 Livestock
bath furnished S15 ;
cottage.
,
West at "Sign- ,fhone
Turn )
"_ : MATERIALS I Nona St. tfchg
782-3469. 2tchg 4-6 MARRIED COUPLES WANTED Supplies

MALE ATTENDANTS; !Z 'WANTED -, Dependable] for cottage parent work, O Saddlery

through 12 grade ,education! Ready1 I Mix Concrete, Concrete white man with experience to couples start at $443 per mo
2 state residency( I ) Block, Sand.. Rock.Cement '' Minimum education 9, age 21 ;
Age 18 years work at service station Apply FREE' AND BROWN
5 I week. In general
Office' Mortar Steel Oyster plus day '
Per onell Northeast L. B. (Red) Alvarez, 109 Manager
Fla. State Hospital 'Itaocjen-) l8heU. IJmerock' Roof N. Temple Avenue. 3tchg 4-6 married couples work same
Gravel,,'Precast Lintels. and shift. Work In Food Service
4-1S
ny Fla. '' ehT I I 6th Street
--.- and Malntance also available] ,
1Q Window I Sills. Everythingfor TUB HIUIIT I POINT for the
BEAUTIFUL LAKE ,FRONT Ma Qualified I single] persons '
| onrjr !ponntnwUon. select your favorite ESTER: Near Livestock 'Market
Subdivision Gamed Reserve BROOK fountain pen. TKLK; also accepted. If Interested apply -,
and hard road. Property in. In person. Personnel Office Gainesville. 376-4595
way yeas: write. Come In and
fANNOUNCING
City Limits Andrews .Subdivision \ ( UKAFU. SunlanxJ Training Center
north of Reception Cent A New Gainesville. 4tchg 4-27 I

ter Road 121. All subdivisions No. 497 Nice, completelyfurnished
.. Cd i e/ aoned and FHA approved. For Ready ,Mix Plant HELP WANTED THE RIGHT POINT for the :t bedroom bun

e information call or "wrlta_E. atKeystone I the way you write Come In Klow, all utilities approximately
.. / B. Andrews. P. 0, Box 05:$; COME WHERE und select your favorite ES-I 1 more, shade trees

Lake Butler, Fla. or"phone Heights THE ACTION IS TERBROOK fountain pea In town. UnoVrprload" : a&

496-4671, or Brown Realty. TELEGRAPH $7,700.
.. $ I Lake City. Phone 753-3561.:! For Better Service To Knjoy continuous social and No. 478 Cattle and Timber .
s recreational activities (National NEW MOBILE:
homes Chick-
4tp 4-13 That Are Ranch at 200 acres, ISOaores .
J
I ? Celebrities! BigTime ashy 20' &: 24' wide Buddy. In Improved pasture

ew er"' .. i ,I We Will) Not Be Sports). Work InIdeal Cteirson, Layton Travel Trail- 70 acres wooded. Tenant
+ f FOR SALE A STARKE atmosphere with plea- ers, Liberty Taylor, Azalea,
I .Undersold. i hou..... Call for price* and
1 I MOTEL, adj. Elk's Club. Kant surrounding at the buy sell trade. Year bank financing. -
terms.
Fourteen rooms, plug] '.larger. j I Buckeye Trailer Mart, REALTY
STROUT
Owner's or Manager's quar- Bradford UNIVERSITY : Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. '
." '67 Mustang Hardtop trs. AM with' TV. Alit. Conditioning of I Orange Park 2642131. tfchg 2117 N. Temple Ave. Starke,
Tile Bath, j CranePlumbing ", FLORIDAGainesville Fla ((904)( ) B64-66O9. Free Loo-

etc;. Also Kelvina-] WORLD'S, SMALLEST: electric al List
tor Foodoraroo: ''Norge Ele' EngineeringCo. adding machine: adds sub
FOR SALE: Pet rabbits,
--.. Range, Hot Point Washer,Hot I Utilize your clerical. skill tracts multiplies; has credit any size .now available. atSmith's
Point Also. Includedin balance. Only $109.50 Bradford
Dryer etc. Position available from
I Shell Station, Lawtey
1. You'll be driving America's No.. 1 Fun Car one low barg&la-price;;Two I / beginner to exf''utlVIB..re-' County Telegraph! tf Stchg 3-30
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the one that's outsold all Imitators by over a million. Prices start as low as Rental Homes Two hew Storage j taries Full benefits. pro- FOR RENT --. Unfurnished
Houses,,, Two"servant.. I .Phone Starke gram. Call collect, Area FOR SALE New General
2. You'll live it in the all-new, larger, sportier '.' two; BR house outside city.
up Quarters, 65 Pecan Treea, 'etc1. 904, J76-3261. extension Electric built 1n dishwasher.
Mustang, loaded with better ideas for '67. 3. You'll Approx. 18 acres US""O*" 964-5403 2645 or write Central Employment i Burnished apartments In Wholesale cost. Mrs. J. R.
$2290 Starke. W. H Nollman. tt chg
get the best deal in town. 4. A rough winter up Market Road. Unlimited'pOs Center- Keystone ReadyMix Center. University Bulllngton. 964-7371. tfchg
slbllltlea. Shopping> { of Florida. Gainesville SINGER DIAL-O-MATTC '
north has loaded us with extra Mustangs that '' BUILD ON YOUR LOT -
Housing Developmentlte. Florida.. An equal opportunity CONSOLE MODEL SEWING

must move. now. ,@>: Yes, prices on the sporty new $100,000 value for $65,000. 473-4285 I employer. MACHINE. Must place In Your down payment.plans or. See ours.) model.Small in
Total Price for quick sal*
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-.... start at I Ztchg 4-6 your area. A-1 shape ZigZags
Mustang Hardtop an Reasonable terms. Land alone Keystone makes button Plnebreeze. Buford Mitchell
Visit unbelievably low figure. See worth more than this sacrifice I holes phone 964-6853, P. O. Box
I I your Brick Home fancy design, sews on buttons -
us today for our low prices, price 1 t I. t Bradford 126 Parker Sreet appliques, monograms, 238, Starke. tfchgWANTED
Ford Country and monthly County just paid., (94,000 for BRICK ,HOUSE. nearing completion 3 etc. Sold new for over $300. Curb girl. Apply
I I high trade-ins easy 3 bedroom, \Vt bath. bedrooms 2 baths cen. -
L smaller lot, for New
_I I County MUST SACRIFICE. Just at Tuck' Drive In,
headquarters terms to suit your budget. Get Courthouse just 3/10 of a Locate Just out side of city Heat and air cond., dish washer balance $63 or assume pay$8 tfchg
automatic washer and
dryer -
your Ford Dealer's selling price. mile away. So write "or phone limits. Small down payment. monthly payments. Will take PUMPS & WATER SYSTEMS

't 0 d ay.TERWILLEGAR! Bill Summers, Starke; 664. .Easy monthly terms. Phone Price, plush 22.0OOOO carpets with and drapes.terms. older machine in trade. Call "BALLS; SERVICE
MOl, or better still drive over 964-6833.: Buford Mitchell, P.O. BANK FINANCING ;
I Credit Manager. COLLECT,
Call and let me show it. A. J.
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to carefully] check this !'Once Box 238 Starke. ttchg Thomas Realtor. Tel. 9645701. Jacksonville 333-1946, anytime. DL'RRANCE: PUMP U.

In a Lifetime Bargain". -. Will deliver. No obligation.4t SUPPLY |CO.

.3tp ,4-13 CLOSING:: OUT'- G. E. and chI ISA N. TEMPLEPHONE
4-21
MOTORSYour : W M. Phonographs, new and STRAWBERRIES You pick : 864-7M1
UMd ends stork. Lowest them, 25c quart. Old Drew WANTED Brick layers Itchg" 44

HOUSE FOR RENT : ':3 bargain 'price;. Bulllngton's Reddish place. Hchg and block masons S3.73 hour.

bedroom, and bath,, 3'', ;acre* tfchg Harris and Harris, Inc. Phone FOR SALE 12 acre farm
of land hardroad WANTED: 964-9030. Itp I with 3 buildings. Automatic
frontage HOSTESS -
apply -
Authorized Ford Dealer ,,in Bradford and furnished, $60 month. :Ingelre FOR'Sw.LE'3: ,bedroom, 2 in person at The Garden washer, dryer and hotwater
heater all
connected
Union Counties and Keystone Heights Lavender's Gift Shop'on:,. Mwy'I bath house' in Saratoga Restaurant. Ztchg 4-13 WAITRESS WANTED Also go. Has 80'2": well ,with ready new to
100 between Starke end I kitchen help. Apply The BrandIng
Heights,: section. Down pay. 1 HP pump. 7 Pecan trees.
206 W. MADISON\ ST. Starke, Florida PHONE 964-7208 Butler. Itp, 1 ment .required,"assume GI flnandmortgage. FOR SALE 2-one bedroom Iron, Temple Ave. Itchg Must see to appreciate. 'Also

', __ __ LA r For 'appoint trailers and 2-two bedroom I included is a new 1966 Ford
-. .. WAITRESS WANTED fi Apply ,: ment' to tee, write Robert trailer.. Westmoreland Trailer -'' BEAGLES PUPPIES For Pickup.:' Leaving state must
In person at 'The' Garden, 'Burrows; Box '104, Stark Park, phone 964-6837 or Sale. Male] 7 weeks old $20. sell. Total price $7,800. Phone

Restaurant. 2tchf, 4-13 1 '. .. .w 3tp 4-20 904-7961. tfchg, 337 N.. Clark Si. Itp(',6.7293:. I tpPAGE
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BTARKB FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 6, 1967

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Old Reveals
Geological Survey
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r;' 'i? J ..; :a. Strange Facts On Trail Ridge .


To. The Victor Goes Responsibility"Republicans ,
: ; ,'a Fasclna.tinafacts about port: "Trail Ridge extends a.

:: have hailed their aged on welfare a larger parks r re Klngsley Lake and Trail few miles west of Jcssup, Oa.

gains in last week's special legislative and conservation program and Ridge east of Starke are disclosed southward parallel to the
in old Geological Survey coast, until It merges with
elections as establishing a advances: on all fronts to "make
the Western edge of the lake ,
reports
two-party system in Florida Florida first
-
region Its summit!' said to S
From the >rids Oeotog1ca1
the first In the South to be But so far, he has not shown py n Survey Sixth Annual be 210 fet above sea level at

worthy of the name how all this is to be accomplishedand -K ,r Report 1914. page 320. entitled Highland and 248 feet east of

They may be right and if still keep his pledge of "no "Peninsular Lake Region Starke. Another reference, U .

so, their new-found will 1 S Geological Survey Bulletin
power additional taxes" on the peopleof comes this Information e
carry the added burdens of responsibility Florida. : 11912the] : elevation of a raw

as well as the joy's Those who awaited theGovernor's 1 t "This region Is distinctly paint 26 miles northwest of o i
eagerly p Kingsley Lake, which must be
of victory. 0 ;1; ; peculiar to Florida, with no
address to the joint on the summit of Trail
They will find that it is much counterpart elsewhere. Arthur Holliday
session of the House and Senate Ridge, Is given as 238.332
) all of the depressions
easier and much more comfortable Tuesday night, in the hope that / \ W Nearly contain beautiful ]lakes averaging feet To Earn DegreeIn
to coach from the sidelines thanit These old reports are still
he would at long last reveal his at least one tc the
is to run with the ball down : in standard useState's Physical Ed
plan for accomplishing all this, square mile, and ranging in
the middle of the field, where size from an acre to several
doomed
were again to disappointment. Arthur Holliday, a seniorat
members of the GOP now find Once more he spoke i in square miles. The region GrowthTo William Carey College

themselves. generalities offering nothingmore extends from the Vicinity of Reach 10.5 Hattlesburg, MLsa., is pictured

From now on there can be no substantial toward financ- Lake Kingsley southward during one of his "student
down the axis of the peninsular Million In 85
of
shifting responsibility or pass- teaching sessions in nearby
his varied
ing new programs than
for somA 200 miles"Klngsley
Petal School.
the buck for High
ing Republican New estimates of Florida's
the suggestion that the Legis- .
marks the beginning Holliday will earn a Bach
"Monday morning quarterbacks lature eliminate waste and trim of Florida's" famous lake population Indicate possible .
elor of Science degree In Phy*
They hold the governorship of count of 10.5 million by 1985,
'
the fat from government 'opera. region, the glistening wonderland slcal Education during the
Florida and numerical number equal to the additionof
protection tions by running the state with that finds Its end a summer session at Carey. He
in the State Legislature to fewer and better qualified peo- down around Lake Placid, a city the size of Jackson. >is the son of Mr and Mrs. A.
villa eventYear for 20 years,
sustain the Governor's veto. ple. He suggested that'' such below Sebring, and above the the Florida State Chamber of N. Holiday of Starke and >la!
As pointed out in a St. Peters PCRATS Everglades where it slopes a 19S2 graduate of Bradford:
agencies as the Milk Commission Commerce reported In Its
burg Times editorialNo : off at a rapid rate, between this High School. where he was
Business Review released
be reviewed
with' to
an consolidation
eye
longer will it be enough Venus and Palmdale.) an outstanding athl to.
week.
P and revision of our) At Kingsley Lake la also
for; the Republican Party to say "This figure is about half a
sprawling state government.But the terminus of Trail Ridge-
Daylight SavingTo
it supports better schools while million below an official estimate
for here the Ridge meets the .
for "trim" the Governor
every last Even "
offering no way to pay for them. lake region and !la considered released year. Be Decided
suggested, there was an offsetting ett 'v.v then, if It Is reached, it would
-No longer will it be enoughfor e ,. at an end, where another
suggestion of a new mean that !in 18 years there By Legislature
the Republican Party to geographic region begins.
say x.1 be 5 people for every 3
would
+ ,rr
governmental reorganization >
property taxes must be reduced an Trail Ridge Is a geological now residing the state. The Unless the Legislature/ now

but without suggesting are- Advisory Council on Marine enigma Even the experts present population Is approximately In session, acts adverselY

placementNo Science and Technology; a Water don't know what caused It. 6.1 million."It Florida will go on Daylight

longer will it be enoughfor Quality Advisory Commission and The Third Annual Report also means more schools, Saving Time the last SundayIn
has this to of the sub
the Republican Party to State Department of Justice a "t'f' say more highways, more sewers April.A .
sayFlorida's ject
:
joint Legislative commission on and other public facilities as law enacted by Congresslast
universities should be of
"Along! the eastern edge
to bring about uniformity -
and
markets year,
improved, but without coming governmental reorganization and Room For One More? Baker and Bradford counties well stronger as bigger demand: for goods. of time directs all SO

forth with specific ways to do it Others that will need state fi!- there Is a remarkable topographic "Florida's population gains slates to go on Daylight Saving

-No longer will it be enoughfor nancing. So it is difficult to see feature which has have been made up tradition Time from 2 a. m. the

Republicans to insist upon how his! "trim, the /at" ,suggestions FARMER'S DIARYand never yet been explained ally of two-thirds from migration last Sunday In April until the

better roads and effective control will save enough to provide known" locally as Trail and one-third from last Sunday in October The

of air and water pollution the extra millions that will that they live longer In Ridge. natural Increase. This trend law will apply to all states
be needed for even normal increases Judging by about every captivity than they do wild. Popular Science Monthly, is expected to continue. except those whose legislatures
without offering ways to finance in expenditures the standard; the Fair last weekwas Vol. 74 [1909( ] says: ""The count of Florida's pop vote to exempt them
over
either a big success, and those Incidentally, Swede said "Trail Ridge does not belong ulatlon for the Interveningyears selves and stay on standard

All that is changed. The re next biennium. who worked so hard to put It f there are only about 10 such to the class of cuestas has been set at 6.6 million time,

sponsibility for advancing solutions Surely the Governor must have over are to be complimented. acts In this country today. or inland facing escarpments in1970. : 7.7 million In Two bills have alieady been

as well as outlining problems something more up his sleeve Including the weatherman H4 explains that the total Investment which can be seen !in many 1978 and 9 million In 1980. pre-tiled, In the. House to

now rests squarely upon than these threadbare suggestions who, gave it a break. Fair a_ Is, about $50000 In places !In the upper half of These are maximum estimates exempt Florida from the,, act

the Republican Party, and but if he has; he failed to revealit Manager Pete Novak, who .f an act, Including the animals the coastal plain, for its sides Other official estimates are and Speaker of tho House
epee and
has been recuperating from a aloe equally on both tildes Ralph Turlington has referred -
and below
Tuesday night cages, trailers etc., from 2 to 18 per cent
cifically upon Gov. Claude Kirk. serious Illness, directed the that he 'has to buy about 1.- it has no stream hugging Its the maximum figures. both of them to the House

That $500-million gap between "To the victor belong the responsibilities show on crutches, but finally 000 pounds of meat a week to Inland edge so far as known Commerce Committee for

promised programs and expected ," Gov. Kirk re he became a casualty and kep his performers sleek and Moreover, it Is too smooth consideration..

revenues is Gov. Kirk's gap. He minded his audience over a state- others pitched in to keep It fat. and too straight to have been $500 DamageIn The Starke-Bradford Coun

must deal with it. wide television hook-up. Truer going. By Sam McGarveyyou formed bty erosion." Hampton Wreck ty Chamber of Commerce

The Governor has pledged con words were never spoken But so ( have to worry about, he Come to think of !It no The article then expoundsthis board of directors went on
Sam was almost In as bad theory: "The most reasonable 1987 Buick coupe pulling record favoringDaylight
would as
,. A
his mind
In
tinued through increased f he has "but their hau> jCtows man right ? >
progress # r- failed to give .us -& 'With severe said ,* explanation of lt" rammed
condition, what e. ever skimp on feed tor a a boat. and trailer Saving Time, but a petition
revenues -' but no new taxes. responsible plan' for ,.solving the cold and trouble with his that can rip. you. .to pieces. bundh of brutes If he had to would seem to be that I It marksa Into the rear of a 1034 Pontiac circulated In the business dls-

He has promised pay raises for State's financial needs: without teeth (hoof and moth disease that animalscan go Into a cage with them, slight flexure of the) earth's sedan near .Hampton trlce of Starke rece/vedmore,
said the
teachers bigger checks for the new taxes. so to speak] and while He detect fear Ina, man, knowing they were hungry.In crust formed during one of Tuesday:! March 26, causing a than a hundred ,signatures

he saw moat of the show, and that when they do It la some ways, It must be like the oscillations which the total of $300 damage to the opposing the change.
there a lot he missed. But he coastal plain experenced save vehicles./
Enforce Or Repeal Instinctive for them to attack being a cole In a cannibal three
he saw enough of lit to appreciate Therefore the first being a cook in a cannibal el'al times in the making"The FHP Trooper O. C c3 arrett, bought during the past three

If State and Federal election paigns. A check of sixty-six re the amount of effort thing a trainer has to learn, Job! summit of the Ridge >Is who Investigated the accident calendar years compared with

laws regarding campaign spending ports made by senate candidates which went Into it and the he said, is to show no fear of said to be near Klngsley, made no arrests after 1989 prices as provided by

and contributions are not revealed obvious viol tions. Some qualltjr of. the.exhibits.. the beasts The way you Swede took Sam :out>> to the From the Sixth Annual re- the driver ot the Buick William law.Price

going to be enforced and reported spending' more than they One thing he got a big kick break Into the business, he cages and Introduced him to ] Thomas the Kendrick Pontiac, support Is mandatory\

obviously they are not then received in contributions -.r a out of was "Swede" Johnson said is by feeding and the performers who gave the BUREAU MISSINO' Gainesville, said without- giving a on all kinds of tobacco for

they should be repealed or at Clear violation of the law;" and and his wild animal] act watering the animals until old 6ag-af-bonea a haughty JACKASS OVER al slowed nah down There were no Injur which marketing quotas tobacco are
you become accustomed to look:aa If to saiy "There's nota In effect Flue-cured
least revised eo they will be others reported contributions seven ferocious "maneating"lions. them. good mouthful on all of W. :H. Rivera was a mere fee In the accident. growers approved the continuation

enforceable. from corporations which are prohibited Sam met and talked to him." They ''also did a bit of chant in Starke back before Driver of the Pontiac was of marketing quota

Present U. S. election laws make from donating to political( 62-year-old Swede who !It His pride: and joy b ft huge snarling, showing some the turn of the century, but Eldon Loson of Lake City. for the 1965, 1966 and 1967

any successful candidate for Congress campaigns. turned out >la a Dane who for 750 lb. male which he. puts mighby fine teeth, and while quit etore-keeping to becomea The mishap occurred at 2:45: crops In a referendum hold !IrJ'
has been in the business thrush wlre .'.alklngar that cotton buyer for the Mac m. March 28 on SR221one 1964. Then !In a rpeclal refer
a law violator before he At least 20 senate candidates a tlght- Swede said: Its the claws p.
ever takes his seat. disregarded the deadline for get 42 years. t. The others !inf! his act are do the damage It's a chinch Oa.intosh concern of Savannah, tenth of a mile west of endum held, !In 1968 flue-

females which weight about those teeth wouldn't do anybody Hampton. cured growers approved the
A candidate for the House may ting campaign reports to the He said lions In capltlvlty He sometimes had to make
not poundage programwhich
350 ibs He said lions are any good at all. acreage
not spend more than $5,000 on Secretary !of State's office. live about 24 years. "They subject especially to disease business trips to Texas, and Tobacco SupportSet >is now In effect. Under

his campaign, according to the Enforcement of any of these are lazy," he said, "and osn a business friend there de this program, eadh tobacco

Corrupt Practices '.Act of 1923 violations could mean penaltiesof leep. 20 out of 24 hours a ---- cided to send a small donkey At 59.9 Cents farm has an acreage allot

and a candidate; for the U. S. up to six months imprisonment day." But when a bystander aa a Christmas present to For 1967 CropThe ment and a marketing quota,
asked If he stuck his Harry, Mr Rivers' little son. .
ever .
Senate may not according to or $1,000 in fines but it's a NEWS And NOTESFor established each year. Undermarketings
head !in a lion's mouth as Now In the Southwest a donkey from the 1963
law'- spend more than $25,000.It law' entirely without teeth sinceno part of: his act the trainer U known as a "burro," 1967 crop of flue-cured carried to
be over
Is estimated that Sen. Robert state administrative meat Homemakers and it was expressed under tobacco will receive price sup- quota can
agencyis said "No sir! They are Today
It. .:,., port at an average of 89.0 be applied to this year's crop.
F. Kennedy spent $1,236,000 charged with enforcement. Any not that designation.
some eaters, and they are particular cents pound, according to Loan rates by Individual
In the 1964 New York race and registered voter is entitled to filea what kind of meat it Rv Mnrtba Sue McCain On arrival In. Starke the Emery per Williams, chairman grades will be announced at
his Republican Ken- but usual in is." express agent, never having:
opponent, complaint as Agricultural Stabilization a later date.
(
fnnntv Extension heard of a burro before, rain-
neth B. Keating an estimated such cases the man-in-the Home 'Economics Agcnf a A read the word for "bureau." and.: Conservation Stats Committee THE RIGHT POINT for the

million. street, apparently, "couldn't care Swede said he has been attacked Greatly puzzled he made this The 1967-crop price the write. Come' !nand

The law further states that a less" by the beasu a name -.. notation on the waybill: "One support level la about two per way select you favorite ES-

party committee may not spend We .submit that the election ber,. of times during his care- APRIL PLENTIFUL rooos high speed [or blend position bureau missing, one juckaaa cent higher than the 1963 TERBROOK;your fountain' pen
that level of 58 8
teeth
more than $3'' million, while the laws should either be enforced, er, "It's not their Sprint seems to signal ] a few seconds; until over." crop average TELEGRAPH.

major parties in the 1964 Presi or taken off the books. Otherwise changes: in the food supply blended. Pour about one- But Mr. Rivers soon received cents per pound.
dential '' picture Here's the latest fourth cup at a time onto a letter from the ship- The Increase In the 1966 Adjustable Vinyl, Book
campaign reported spending ]they work distinct hardship on
Grave Markers loan rate reflects the
and the matter was
degrees] per average slmea
forecast for April's plentiful pre-heated hot [400 Covers. All : SO cents east
almost ten times that much. the conscientious candidate who
Available USDA's Consumer and electric griddle. Bake until straightened out to the satisfaction Increase !In price goods and The Telegraph
Are from
But in 42 years no candidateor tries to abide by the rules, while Marketing Service. Eggs are bubbles appear on top and of all. services which farmers

party committee has ever been his unscrupulous opponent fol. For VeteransM. Others underside Is browned; turn
plentiful.
the featured: -.--- -. -..,...., -
prosecuted under the ,Corrupt lows a philosophy of "anything Include beef, fish fillets and and bake to brown second

Practices Act. goes"' and reaps the benefit of T. Dixon of Affairs the Fla.has steaks peanuts and peanut side. II1[ desired ,transfer to

Coming down to the State level, his violations! without fear' of Dept. Of Veteran that headstone..or products grapefruit oranges, electric hot tray for buffet
announced
disclosures have been made thata punishment.If markers are available and orange juice. The Institutional service Serve hot with cinnamon

liquor I license holder contributedto our present election laws are to grave all veterans through the pack of frozen cane- Cream Sprup. Makes
also. 20( 3 lnch pancakes-4 to 5servings.
berries will be plen'lful -
Gov. Kirk's campaign fund so unrealistic and hypocritical as Department of the Army. LEADER'S MEETING ,

a clear violation of the law as to be unenforceable and i If no administrative This headstone or grave CINNAMON CREAM SYRUP i
written. Yet marker'' available foi any Recently at a leader'smeeting a s J
no one, apparently is charged s '
,
agency
What You Need 1 .
on the use and care : cup r fis
wartime
considers enforcement of the law with the of their deceased veteran of ,
responsibility service whose of small appliances we used a light corn syrup 2 cups sugar
within the realm of. his duties enforcement, then we would be or last peacetime period of service was recipe for apple pancakes. It one-half cup water 2 teaspoons

so the matter is dismissed witha better off without them on the terminated honorably by was good and with a blender'especially cinnamon 1 cup evaporated e 1 1e t1 t ,:

shrug. books. At least then all candIdates death or otherwise. Memorial easy to prepare. milk. Pt

Other reports indicate that would be on an equal footing headstones and markers are The pancakes are even good How You Do It: In a med '

State Senate candidates apparent and those who try to abide also authorized to commemorate cold-If any stay around long ium saucepan mix com syrup ,y,. ; 1i

breached Florida's campaign by the rules would not be handle any member of the enough to get cold. Just sugar water, and cinnamon. i r
thought you might Uke to Bring to a full boll over medium
the United
Armed Forces of
finance{ laws in at least
} 22 in capped in competition with those
States dying In the service, try- ,r.* heat, stirring over med- ,
stances during the recent cam- who don't. -i I whose remains have not been APPLE PANCAKES ly. Continue stirring and ri'' .a'"wa r. rS

recovered and Identified or What you need: 1 egg: 1 boiling for an additional 2 y. i iw

4{ The Bradford County Telegraph burled at sea, for placement tablespoon sugar; 1 table- minutes. Cool 5 minutes, then ,, ; ,

>in a National or private cem- spon softened butter; 1 med stir in evaporated milk. Serve Ir D ,
,. ESTABLISHED 1879 etery. ium apple peeled, cored and arm over apple pancakes. -....- --
A
E. L. hIATTIIEWSEditor' and Publisher This headstone or grave quartered mix.; 1 cup packaged. 0 What Is So Rare?
Dixon Is pancake ,
marker said provided THE RIGHT POINT for the
Florida's Oldest Weekly X0wpaq PnMlaaod ContuwMUly 4-lthont charge 'All Veteran How You Do It: Place *gg,' Way JOG write. Come la and '
1111 Under The Same Mart Head. County Service Officers sugar butter, apple and evaporated elect you" favorite' ESTER- With aumnwtr Just around the corner, Klng l_y and other' lake lit the asrw

rio11 have applications for these milk in container of BROOK jonntaln pea TELEORAPH. are already getting ar play from the recreation-minded' populace. Just' a* they did

Pahl4ked each Thnraday and catered .. Second CU-' Matter a* the Post OfTlos headstone markers, and they electric blender Cover and on this halt
at Starko. Florida muter Act of March Ird. 1.,.. mwt be sent to the Chief of run at low speed (or at chop mlddy-bloiMe and parasols.. them ;young IadleeaN, a far cry from today',,

fJabacrlptloa In trade areal 1 year. .....a a mootaOutaJd .. 1i.a6 the Support Services of the osltionl a few seconds until A ClaMUIed'Ad la the TXLJ&CRAJPII bikini-clod .u..-"' nhJppen. Inllt ad' of a power-driven "klckar." UMM glrla were,
Army ,who will furnish the apple Is chopped. Add
trad*:Vat 1.7"' .' M-Mf 1 mooUw. M.ae headstone marker cake mix. Cover and run.pan.:t .bring>> rvnuIM. propelled over Klngnley by: a dark-skinned "chauffuer"<< shown,routine at_the pace= .







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THURSDAY APRIL e-1967
\uronn COUNTY TPI.EE1RAPH. I. ST.VRKIC. FLOHIBA -
rAOI: FIGHT r -

rY9TTTTTTTTTTTTYT..YYY'BROOKER
.
.. '
.J +nM1l .nt xi


By Joyce Stokes SAVE '

AAAAAAAAAAAAWAWI q :

BRIDAL SHOWER ,
Miss Brenda. XtcDavld
April bride-elect 'was honored .
with a lovely bridal showerat ..

day the night.Brooker'Center The building Thurs-was' II
beautifully decorated ''WIth r -\r
pink and 'white. Mrs. L. I* i = ;
Parker was In charge of. the
games And presented a gift
to Mrs. Ernest Edwards the winner.
Cake and punch were eerv-.
ed to the 75/ guests who attended '
,this happy afialr by '
the hostesses!. MI" X A. nw
Oreen. Mrs. Pearl Markey, .
Mrs. Lloyd Barry, Mra. Frank ''toOD STORES
Mrs. J. T. Bowel
Towers
n .
Mrs. Howard Mott, Mrs. 'YWN1J"1 1 r /+e glWa
N (
Howard Douglas, Mrs Tom- M1 r
my Cox ]Mrs.' L. I*. Parker '
Mrs. Lloyd Dyal Mrs. M. .O. Sntw 0.Ga,. Fh, GaadrUttt 1&Fotf QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU-APRIL. 9
Harrell and ,Miss Janice Mott. WIMN-OIXIC' TOKO. INO.:0..II'.7LIBBY
BROOKER PTA MEETS .
--
DOLLAR SALE -=
The Brooker PTA met at
the school Cafeteria T\if-\ i"V
night at 7:30:, p. m.: Ths'meet- Rcaular' 27*..No. Va. Cant LIBBY VIENNA eN 6tjJIRUITCOCK1'AI1
ing was called to order by the 'tJ :f6i! :J'
president W. H. Hayes. New ,
business discussed, was the Sausage. 5/1./
S\'IEET\ pEAS
@
1' ue of evaluation of our o _
school] building as Is being '
cussed' with all the schools -/ y '
Jn Bradford County. After 'J
I f
some discussion tht members I I Tom -f es4t1.111
of the PTA decided that thew I /
x
were not Interested In going
Into this at this ,time.
---- Regular ,2/29* ?No. 303 Con UBBY
The room count Wa won "
by the 2nd and Std grade R..juar'27) ) < No. 303 Can LIBBY FRUIT' || U. 35. 46-oz.LIBBY .


nominating room teacher.The president Mrs. committee Mattie appointed con-Ellis:a CocKtail.i 4/1./ R'd..30'Cut' Can Beets LIBBY 8$1.R'/ Tom. Juice 3/1./


sisting of Mrs. J. W. KellY Regular. "", No. 2Yi Can LIBBY YELLOW CLING HALVES & SLICED' Regular 59* 24-oz LIBBY

Sasadu Mrs. Joyce fist Stokes, 'grade and teacher Mrs.]. C. S. 'C 1. ;
5'//
r n
Meeting( adjourned of home:, and made refreshments Peaches O 4/1./ 0 BeefR.gular'3$1.46oz. Stew 49,

pie and coffee: were served by Regular 2.303 Can, ASTOR TINY
the hostesses! .Mrs. 'w. H.Hicks LIBBY PINEAPPLE '

Jr.1 and Mrs. Clyde 'Green Gr. Peas 4t1.ieeiL".t' : ash

returned Mrs Eva.: from'Harrell Tampa has after Just Fruit Juice 41./ 3 9ii

-nillng! : several 'days' visitIng Regular 49f ?No. 2 Cans LIBBY SLICED Regular 2/33* SAUCE & POTTEDPineapple

Edwards her who brother.Is In! the Seebe Tampa "? T.- rkB&Ij' s 8r1. Meat''B:

wards General had Hospital.started} Mr.to work Ed- 39 / 81$1.GIANT / .

last' .Wednesday, when a lady
ran Into the side of his auto.
and did considerable damageto
the car. However.Mr. Edwards 6-Pak
was not Injured. He SIZE / I I I e e FISCHER'SNO I I I I I
called] his wife and she! RETURN BOTTLES
brought the other family car
to him and he continued on
DETER'GENT.ALE
his way to work. Being late ,OR I
and In a hurry, Mr. 'Edwards .
ran Into a train Just two
blocks from his Job. It completely t '

and Mr.demolished Edwards is his in auto very TIDE BEER
:
serious condition.He wks 'the __
prayers of all his friends and __ _
relatives! here In Brooker. We
do wish you a very speedy
recovery Mr. Edwards. r LIT iT
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Ed- I bi. _
wards and family' of Savannah -
Oa. were visiting Mrs.
Eva Harrell ThI11'KIOY.: I ? I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory EE--7
and family were visiting Mr. !
and Mrs. Seeber Edwards In '
Tampa Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Daniel Odomof Limit Two 6-Paks with$500 Order.
LIMIT 1 DETERGENT Of YOUR CHOICE WITH $5.00 ORDER
Jacksonvillewere
visitingMr. (Sold Only In Stores With Beer and Wine License)
and Mrs. Leroy Stokes
end family Saturday. Mrs.
Odom will be rememberedhere FLA. OR GA. GRADE "A" DR.
as the former Ruby gLDR. U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF !
Ward. FRESH CUT UP OR W
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF BONELESS


at Covers Adjustable The.; Telecraoh.I AU sizes Vinyl.SO cents Book ea A. ..: FRY E R S u n teal C LI.,88, ,

USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF


I mays 'r a4 f FLORIDA OR GEORGIAW/RIBS SI-r'lol-n Steal'LB.98 ;

ve you up to 1 ,A Fryer Breasts# s u>. 49*
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF


$125I( I FLORIDA Legs OR or GEORGIA 'gb'lh,49; J T-bone SteakLB.:9.8F.:'


FLORIDA OR GEORGIA
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED PLATE BEEF
financingand Fryer Wings lb. 39- LB '

insuring Stew Meat 3; 18S..87;

your next car 1-lb. Box I KRAFT'S FRESH BOSTON BUTT .
OSDA) CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED LEAN ALL MEAT
Ask Farm me Car about Finance tt.Plan State Velveeta Cheese 69; Pork Roast . u.491

tot new or' used can. .. .... Beef Stew 79 1
TASTE LB.
COPELAND..5-0z. Pkg. 25< 10-oz. .1-Ib. Pkg. *
eL.......... anh e........... O'SEA. .
Bologna ". 59x Flounder Fillet 49T: -
.
-
e e USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF .

SUNNYLAND FRESH HOT CA MILD 1-Lb. Bap

Pork Sausage( 49* Perch Fillet 3 & $1. Short Ribs LB.45 ,


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IMERRITTWILLIAMS II Worth Candy Minute Rice Slick Dog Foodaooo Clgarettes..n.( Sliced : W D..AND.xDeN. .. se
3 12-0z. 1. x: I g I n-" .I mJ f :_/.; Turkey !..! KEFOOO e. I
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PACE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARES FLORIDA: THURSDAY APRIL 8. 1987

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Ivy yy'rntytny'I through Thursday Romesa Worship, 8 pan. Wednesday Praise Service 7:30.: Church BROOKER BAPTIST Service], 6 p. m. Evening:
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also took ten of her students, night service 7:30: p.m. Everyone Choir practice 8:30.: I Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek

and they had a very wonderful welcome.L. I Thursday Auxiliaries Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Service Wednesday. 1:30: 9.m. .

THERESSABy time. While In Greenville Qti.= L Parker, pastor meet, 3:30: p. m. Visitation, Training Union, 6:30 p. m. .-R v. D. L. Ram\ peso

they also visited their daughter I : Evening Worship, "::30, Prayer tor. :"r.

Linda Crawford Silvia. who is a.. student of NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 7:30.Rev.. Felder Rowan, Pastor.BAPTIST Meeting wpdncwlav 70' '' BETHEL BAPTISlUCRlTRCa=

Bob Jones University. CHURCH Vernon N. Williamson pastor. .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Howard) Alvs- UEILBRONN Sunday SchoolJO a, m.
AIRPARK BAPTIST Schedule of services: Sun- DEDAN BAPTrrfSunday : to-qker) Morning Worship..H ". m.
Hope Baptist Church tad of North Dakota returned ?
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day School 9:45: m. Morning Sunday School 9:43: a, 1 Worship, 7:30" :
Evening : m.
s The New Ufe Bible Club is home this week alter a Sunday Service: Sunday 1 School, 10 a. m. p.
Worship, 10:43: a. m. TrainIng Morning Worsh'p':; 11 a. ui,. Prayer Meeting 7:30: m.
held each Monday after delightful two-week visit School, 9:43: a. m. Morning Morning Worship, 11 a. m p.
school. Please encouarga your with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Worship 11 a. m. Training. Union, 8:45: p. m. EvenIng Training Union 6:30: p. m. Training Union, 7 p. m. Even- Wednesday. R....... W. fcNewnwcis
wn-+*M Service, 7:45.: Mid-Week Evening Service 7's4: !< Mld- paator.NORTnSIDE .
Union 6:30 Evening
m. Rev
: p. Service 8
child to attend and bring a I Raley. Ing p m. -
.; : Service, 7:30.: Wednesday I Prayer Service, Wednesday, wrek Prayer Service, V:00: p.
friend. f : Mrs. Lori Naals, Todd and Lacy Conway, pastor. BAPTIST! w
7:43: p. m. ir. Wednesday -TrOY John-
: Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m. '-
Saturday night, \there! will : Jay Mrs. Percy Sulllvan's
,I !An> pastor. CIIYRCII OF GOD Located on Mayia iBga-
be an Intermediate party at great-niece and two nephewsof Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor. .NEW RIVER B/.rTI3T
422 N. St Clair St.. Btarke. way [SR 2231at Ralford Road
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Beach visited BAYLES3 .09'1.--
I Fred Dodd with Miss Romesa her over the weekend. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School: lOa. m. BAPTIST CHCKCH Sunday School 10 a. m rSR 16]. Services: Sunday: ,

Dodd In charge. They will Mr. and Mrs Felix Sullivannow STARKE .,. Morning Worship' 11 a. m. Worship Services !1 a. m. and School, 10 a. m. Sunday:
School Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Sunday School, 10 a m. 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday! Morning Worship 11 a, m.
have Sunday Sunday
have an ice cream supper a new Appaloosacolt i
Everyone is Invited Please of which they ere very 9:43: a. m. Morning "Worship, Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting! :, Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday. Training Union, 6 p. Rev. L. S Evening- Service 7:30.: Mid-
come in school clothes. proud. 11 a. m., sermon, "It Pays to Friday, 7:30: p. m.- '
7 p. m.-L. L. Parker pastor. Evening Service, 7 p. m'l Williams, pastor. Week Prayer Service, Wedn.-
First Methodist Everyone is invited to come r Mr. and Mrs. O L. Craw- Serve Jesus'. Training Union .
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welcome.Rev.
Everyone day. 7:30.: -Rev, Glenn Law.
and participate in our recre- l ford and family attended a 6:15.: Evening Worship 7:30p. : CHURCH SCHEDULES FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
In Faith David Medelro pastor. hon, pastor.CALVARY .
Venture ation at the community cen- monthly ting 'at Lain Baptist m. Youth Testimonies by

Starts SundayA ter each Friday night at Rev. WilkinsonFor I Church of Starke Saturday Frank Hardy, Harry Hatchera Kingsley Lake Baptist Sunday School 9:43: a. m BAPTIST
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
lit Paul McLeod. Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. '
7:30, sponsored by Hope Bap- RevivalAt night.Sherman and Sunday School 10 a. r
Youth Fellowship 8 m
series of cottage prayer tist Church. I Hill of Lexington Ordination of Deacons spec- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. CHURCH p. 11 mj
Morning Worship
a.
Choir Practice Thursday! 7:30
meetings has been held this Sunday School
week in preparation for the Morning Worship 11 a. m., Leon Ellington and family of Moore field seretary. Florida I I Evening WorshIp 7:30: p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. in.. P. m. Evening Service, 7:3: Prayer
in Training Union 6:30 Rev. Edgar Wilkinson of Starke were recent guests at Baptist Convention, Midweek Prayer Service, Wed.
revival series "A Venture I : p. m. .' Evening Worship 8 p. m.?: KINGSLEY LAKE Meeting, Wednesday, 7:10: p
Faith," starting at the First I Evening Worship 7:15: Wednesday Hollister will conduct revival the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Monday Youth Choir 7:30: p. m. Rev. Jim Rigdon. Prayer: Meeting, Wednesday BAPTIST CHCRCtt m.Rev. R.H. Butler, pastor
Church Sunday I night Prayer Serviceat services at Northside Baptist L. Crawford. pnstor. Come, let us worship each at
Bible
Methodist Practice. Survey Class 8 p. m.; Sing Friday
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night at 7:30: and continuing 7:30: with choir practice Church starting Sunday Apr. Mr. and Mrs. James Nor- 7 p. m. New River Association together. 8 p. tn. Rev. Harvey Lane Sunday School 11 a. m BAYLESS.,HIGHWAY
Morning: Worship, a. m
through Tnursaay, Apr. 13. I after services. 9, and continuing through man and family, and Rev Executive Committee castor. BAPTIST CHURCH

Weekday services will be held i Sunday Morning Services Sunday! Apr. 16. and Mrs. Merle Packham and ing, 8 p. m., First Meet-I I GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Training Union 6:30: p. m Sunday Services Sunday I
Evening Worship, 7:30. Prayer -
'of Hope BaptistChurch will Services will be held nightly family attended a at SMYRNA MISSIONARY : School 10
twice daily at 10 a. m. and I supper Starke. I Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30. a.; m Worship I
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7:30: p. m.Speaker. I be conducted by a member of at 7:30.: with special music the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday Helen Masters Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 BAPTIST CIIVRCH -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor. Hour. 11; a.m.. Training

at the services will ,, the Oldeon Society.PERSONALS each evening. James Breedan and: family Circle at. the church, 9:30.: a. p.m. Rev. Leland A Baker I 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Union. 6 p. m. Evening Wor-

be Rev. Travis A. Warlick, Sunday Apr. 16 hat been Saturday night. m. Ida Darby Circle meets pastor. 1 services: Sunday:: School 10 a. CHURCH OF CHRIST ship. 7 p.;;, m. GA Tuesday, 4.

pastor of the First Methodist Mr. end Mrs. James Crawford designated as Homecoming at with Mrs. George Flynn Sr.; Thursday Visitation' 10 m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. p. m. Mid-Week Prayer ServN N

Church of Hueytown, Ala. and Pat, of Lawtey Mrs. the church, and the pastor vvvvnv.vvyvvvvvvvvvvLAWTEY Lorena Epperson Circle with a.m. and 7 p.m.MADISON { Ing Union, 6:15: p. m. Evening m.; Morning Worship and ice, 7:30: 'p. in. Wednesday.

Special music will be pro- Luther Jackson and Brendaof Rev.' Glenn. Lawhon extendsa Mrs. L. A. Wynn, 2:30: p. m. Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone Communion Service 11 a. m M. David Medelros puilor.

vided during the week by the Starke: and Mrs. Emily:: cordial Invitation to all \ Junior Choir Sunbeams, 3:30p. : STREET welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Pvening services 6:30.: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

and special Bule of Starke were guests at members and the public. Wednesday Worship'serv-
church choirs m. Junior a. A: 4:30: p. m. I pastor.LAURA
will be the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. BAPTIST CHURCH ice 7 MinisterJack P. [Highway 100 at Theressa]
soloists. The nursery By Rnzw. Blanchard&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Lottie Moon Circle at the p. m.
It. Crawford Sunday after- BAPTISTSunday Sunday School 10 a. sa,
Bell.
open at all services. church: Ethel Biggs Circle Sunday Sunday School
Rev. V. J. noon. Mrs. Price Fisher ,"ere in with Mrs. Roberta 9:45 School 9:43: : a m. Morning Worahip11 a.
The pastor, Marilyn ; : a. m. Morning Worship, PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
Mrs. Jesse eoleman and m.
Ragsdale, extends a cordial Gainesville Wedn:"tHay.' Brownlee Circle withMrs.. 11 a. m. Youth Chqlr prac- Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
daughter Patsy visited Mr. Revival services will begin Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Sunday SChool 10 a. m Training Union -6:3: pm. .
Invitation to everyone to at- Douglas sulliVan, son of Sunday at Northside Hazel Ritch, 7:30: p. nt. tice, 4:45: ; Training Union
and.,, Mrs. J. D. Orlffls Sunday I Baptist Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Morning Worship 11 a. m .
tend all services.Bta'S Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sullivan, Church and will continue Wednesday Bible Survey 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle
afternoon. Pre-Servlces [Booster Band Evening Worship tale
7:30: m.Rn. Luther Me- ,
I recently celebrated his birth- through the week each nightat Class 9:30: ( a. m. Sunday 7:151: Evening Worship 7:30.: p. '
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry Oee, pastor. Young' People aDd Pray !D.
REGISTERED ANGUS day with a party. They hada 7:30.: The speaker will be School Workers 6 p. m. Prayer Wednesday Prayer and, Wedneaday Night) Prayer
recently visited Mr. and Mrs-
I weiner roast and, a camp- Rev. Edgar; Wilkinson of Meeting. 7 D.. m. Church u_,
Al Kent of Cross Creek.
R. U. Underhill of Starke out afterwards. Holister. Everyone Invited to Choir Practice 8 p. m. ,

recently purchased six regis Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Dodd, attend. Thursday Visitation, 10

tered Angus cows from J. M. Hampton recently visited Mr.I I and, ;family were In Oreen- Church \etlvltlen a. m. and 7 p.'m. In
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Edwards, also of Starke. and Mrs. E. S. SiWey. vllle, S. C. attending a Bible Grace Methodist: Sunday 1 --W. A. Hogan, pastor, .

Mrs. Chester Searle and Conference last Sunday School, 9:43: a.m., Worship 11.

a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Prayer I FIRST METHODIST;

Circle Monday 9 a.m., Junior CHURCH STARKE. ] (; Crjj3

MYF Wednesday( 6 p.m., followed Sunday 'Church School,

I DIRECTORY by Choir practice at 7 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, 7rlia asu er.r MIbM

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS pm. and Senior MYF. 11 a. m. Snack Supper for

First Baptist: Sunday School MYF, 6 p. m. MYF Meetings,

10 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and 6:30.: Evening Worship! 7::30.

8 p.m., 'TralnlngUnion 7 p.m., Monday through Thurs-
"
APPLIANCES FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN Revival services began Sun- day-'-A Venture !Irj Faith" .

Appliances Color TV day and are being held. each services twice dally, ,10 a. m.I : For Me to Liue is Christ j j"And f
LL fI
Ford Tractors"South's
0 Stereo Mignavox I evening at 8 p.m. through and 7:30: p. m. I
Sunday. The speaker Is Rev.
Zenith Motorola Most CompleteFord Monday OlrJ) Scouts

Electric Dealer" Edgar Wilkinson. meet in Fellowship' Hall.' 3:15:
General Guaranteed Reconditioned Church of God: Sunday Circle meets:
Tuesday -
"Tea A Good Deal At- /
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7 Tractor .... CPTICAl School 10 a.m., Worship 7 p.m. at the church, 9:30: a. m. 'I /the .lord ..h.II01/ < /thn continually, ai"ltalltfy !

Every Tool Known to Farming; S YPE Wednesday 7:30: Prayat Wednesday! primary.
Filled
F. O. MILLER JgnO t ttr Prescriptions Broken Lenses. Duplicated- services Friday 7:30: p.m Junior, and Youth Choir: / thy soul In draught, and malt fat ,.thy M

_. JacksonvilleFord Highland Baptist: Sunday practice 3:15.: ,
,D,-,4 KI rr>-INS'J.ok.onvfi. Artificial Byes School 9:43: a.m., Worship 11 Thursday Den 4 Cub hones and thou shaft" bt "ttht a watered garden J
Tractor Co. Eyewear Specialists
am. and 7:30: p.m. Choir
:213 Laura St. Jax 856-5a9.1 6:30 Scouts meet In FellowshipHall and like water whose, waters fall noL"
practice : p.m. Prayer servIces a spring of/
a Auto Sales & Service' Beaver St. E. of Lane 1034 Park St. Jax. 354-8618 Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 3:15.:

Jax EV9-88.11' Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L Nursenwill be provided Isaiah ".//L \
PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S for all morning and evening I
DROVER Walnwrlght were Mrs. Wau services Sunday 'through &&: :'jf* >

HEARING AID wrlght'a sister, Mrs. Maud Thursday: )I ft a' Of for me to live h Chft',t7to/ *>be!jiving f for a purpose- .
Rowe, and son-in-law and
Finest In For Best In Hearing B*.- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. foul the
The World's I' daughter, IIV-W.V CHAPEL I to serve God by drawing out my to poor. ,
\ 4 Wheel Drives Commercial and Portrait Burnsed at dinner Wednesday -
.Sold and Serviced by SONOTONEOF Photography In the afternoon Mi. ASSEMBLY OK GOD lonely hungry, and 1..t."For me to live .li Christ is

Frames & Custom niece, Mrs. C. C. Went Weldon i
Roberta' Chevrolet JACKSONVILLE ; Framing. Wainwrights St and' Ral-
to lead men everywhere to Jesus Christ who \t the
>ti Green COYO Springs, 3033 1958 BUndlnff Blvd. Hlgglnbotham, of Ocala gilled ford Road 16.

Jacksonville 264-9609 "The Strongest and Smallest Jacksonville 384-1464 Mrs. Jack Wainwright and her Sunday Services: Sunday fountain of !he water of life. And He hat promised,
Hearing Aid in the World"Only parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barrowof School 10 a.m. Morning Wor-

; Co. Hearing AM Made Waycro.-, Ga. on Saturday.Mrs ship, 11 am. C. A. Youth that when I am in Hi. service He will guide.me, and

32 West Monroe PIANOSFor Ray Martin, daughterand Group 6 p.m. Eyenlng Wor-
JYEdE.RJeep JaoluanvUls >353.1488> grandchildren. of Jack- ship, 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, satisfy me. and I shall t be like the flower In .this '

Wagoner Station sonville were visiting Mr. and 7:30: p.m. Thursday sustained Him
1IuKIcallh'I"e picture, like a watered garden, by'
Wagon. MOBILE HOMES; C. CARTER Mrs. James Wainwright and Leroy Lightsey, pastor.
NICE htINTHpr
Jeep Universal children during the week. .

Jeep Gladiator Truck. Mrs. Martin Is Mrs. Wain- :NEW RIVER BAPTIST I

Authorize Service BUTTSMOBILE '\ff.;.lj& s : / Wright's aunt. i1.3

Approved Parts "" /" '(J .. 'qf t c."JV:: ,/l(1114C. Glen Starling who Is stationed I Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornI

HOMESThe : :..... ., aboard the Destroyer ing Worship, 11 a.m. Train b y ,i ,
es 4 Wheel Drive :3 Wheel 1 y V1 p
Huntington, now in port at ing Union, 7 p.m. Evening
Drive established
1948
Souths :Best Buys Here
Charleston, S. C., spent the p Hi*Ownk k MI oppinetesy Is ale
EDDIE BLAND Free Delivery Chlchcrlng &;
weekend with his parents, Mr. mM hr IP..ang i Hn knnrMH si( Kit bviIH '41 /
Other Name Brands
MOTORS Inc. Bank Financing and Mrs. Leon Stalling. Miss 41 mm mt tl Nh dtmoH lor nun W raipnri -1 ,.
PIANOS CONN .ORGANS
Beet For Less" /
Sheller McBurnette of Jack STARKEBUSINESS 0 tkot hn ky Mi* Mi Mlihtar. WilhwlIMM At
695 W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE Mobile 2631 Park Jacksonville 388-8519
Interested In
Seriously sonville was also a visitor. 4 ale twsdI. M e.h" d led. M le'e' + "F r

854-7751 home? Call collect Jax 388- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brice /1 w relay (r mtf W Wt win hog d .

1233 for model price & terms. announce the birth of a son, ,eevee'e.d IM heedea which n hdw AV
PICTURE FRAMES
Parrish Motors
6011 Roosevelt Blvd. Sax
Robert Earl, on Friday, March tot sIN) hwriMIr pvhli. thinlm. wee d

I 31, at Bradford County Hos DIRECTORY t flOT INIAApsidsishe! ,*M lh lM WDDOItUK 9yr

ALDI MOBILE HOMES USED SPILLERS Owen Iw DM akt d MM mlhn d l hint r rh

BKBVICB I IP.Aa'J'll pital.Mrs.. C. E. Strickland of h ar ad hh iu lh. I, the, hNw,

J. & J. Swap ShopUSED Picture FramingPicture Gainesville visited her sisters, 1 mj ftntm AwM nfMM oM poilki ti hiIW y zIs

Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. AUTO REPAIRS 'Q amfk teas K hlh KM hvi* ikwt -* '-

TRAILERS Framing Original Joyce Futch, over the week- urn I Hi, MlN ml 4tiriny.;Hit roan rich
33 Tear As A Dealer I
Paintings'- Unearned> Prints
Campers from 8' 20'Mobile j win Mm ha Ho AIM ttM.
Used end.Mr. Im lei ta H s .i
Good Can Pictures
/.Iway ;Ma.ttlneFramed -
: Home. 32' 63' and Mrs. I* P. Rafuse Earl's .
Ml Laos St. Jacksonville Mirror\( Framing GarageALL I
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Trades Bank Financing were weekend visitors of Rev.
Ptoona 366-M84 Decorator Help. ri"Q wwC Qi17e.l.
llrwy. 21. Orange Park and Mrs. Joe Raulerson in KINDS OFAUTO 4
TeL 264-6324 "1045 Park St. 8 Points Orlando. REPAIR WORK I ... A.,.1. .
BEAUTY ACADEMY
,i Jax 843-8551 AU Work Guaranteed


American MOTORCYCLESHONDA Johnny Anderson So.Phone Walnut 964-700S, Stark .

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Hairstyling SEWING CENTER Services Held These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor*


Academy MOTORCYCLE H. & N. At Taylor Church AUTO- SERVICE I


21 W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE 858-9S91 ALL UODOCUBUerchante SEWING CENTER Johnny M. Anderson, three- Gilbert S. Brown STARKE .BUILDERSSUPPLIES Roy's TV Service Lawson Meat MarketAND

Orem Stamp year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. COLD STORAGE'We

RiversideHairstyling Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. 600 Singer Touch tc: Sew Joseph C. Anderson of Lake Standard OO Servfc! Station Inc. CALL ROY FOR PROMPT
Butler, died Thursday, March ATLAS Speclullca to Custom SlanfkterInc. -
Thurs. Fri.
Tues., Wed'. docs fancy stitches, monograms SERVICE
30, after a brief illness. He TIRES A BATTERIES Cutting A WrapplnCPI'tIp&I'eoI -
Open Sat. .8 A.M. S P.M. curdling eta Easily
Ac Hardware
Featuring 920 Thomas St.
Closed Sunday: A Monday was born in Duval County on Budget Terms Road Service Starke For.Deep FruasPHONB .
operated NEW $369 !for Complete Paint Supplies
Academy
Phone 864-7059 '
8 1903.
August Phone 964-7071 964-726.6
MOTORS .A CYCLES
and
cash $129 or $7 per mo. Sporting GoodsCHECK
2659 PARK ST. 407
4949 Blending Blvd. Surviving are two brothers N. Temple Stark
JACKSONVILLE 888-8537 Tel. Jax 771-1850 or come .. 'WITH US -.
Jacksonville 771-8244 In. Joseph C., Jr., and Jeremy FIRST" DeWITT C. JONES :
Accredited ::819 Washington St. 004-A270
Qualified Instructor. 6106 103rd St. Anderson, both of Lake But- HURST'SSHELL

ler, and his maternal and FUNERAL "
Modern(\\/ Styling ternal grandparents. pa- HOMES OF STARKE INC. _

Monthly Classes MUSIC Service Station "I' VP''*

"Where tomorrow's ..tyU..t.are WESTERN STORE Funeral services were held, Gas Oils Lubrication Bradford Abstract Co. Starke Ph. 964-6200 U.s. 301'' NORTH., ,oj aPh.
at 11 In Jones
... a.m. Saturday
trained"ELECTRIC ... M Oeod'ear. ..964-7600 Starke.- FU. '
Memorial Chapel with Rev. Tires A Batteries

MOTORS Paulus Music Co. LITTLE Leo E. Sherrill officiating. ROAD SERVICE 15S W. CALL STREETPh. Keystone Heights -

DUDE Final services were held at 301 and 1M St..... Ph. 473-3176 Charley. John
964-6881 Starke Fla. *g .
Band A Instrument
Peavy Brothers String Western Store 1 p.m. Monday In the Taylor
Gibson Guitars Amplifier's' Methodist Church with Rev. METAL WORK. Agency :!:;* 5

Electric Co. School fiupipile*--Cnstrwtlon "Where You'll Pied Everything !: R. D. Crews officiating In Edwards Grocery & Sinclair Refining Con 131 S. Walnut Ph. 1164,6g1eGENERAL '

)ELECTRIC MOTORS 1 Roberts Recorders For the Horn terment was In the Taylor THOMPSONSheet w. L. Thomas, Distributor : INSURANC',
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enrlce4rAepalredGenerators Mush Library-Ebrp.rtRepair Cemetery under direction of
Bold
Enthusiast" Mkt.
Metal WorksAll Nobody But :NelMMty t1.i'-' "
-Starter* D.partai nt Western Clothing -Leather. DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Homeof GASOLINES KEROSENH. Charter.!!. John Agway c' ,.

Alterationsr 41 W. Monroe St. goods. Saddles and Trailer Starke. Types !Metal\ Work- Groceries-Meats-Feeds Fuel OO and Grease : I II
Armature RewbidlB* Jacksonville 833-8447 Charles & Sharon Petty Active pallbearers were Hurst Shell Serri
Heat Gas
& Air fond. & Oil stark. 1
SOS :
4

Systems Installed .
JteduonvliU 387-203 Jacksonville 898-3091. 384-1210 Dyal Lawton Conner, and Thomas Rd. 16 E. =Ph.'964-5723. Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. Ph. 964-6246 I CARL HLTRST .

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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-- STARKP! FLORID,". THURSDAY APRIL 9. 1967 __ __
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In the third flight, Louise Court. 'VyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVyy area. to the North Florida I Starke Players
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KEYSTONE HILITES Gallop came In fourth place; NEWS NOTES Mrs. Eva Baker of Jacksonville Scouts Camporee at Camp.

_": and in the fourth flight Zee was a recent guest of INDIAN BEACHLake Francis at Interlachen, from Win Prizes UJi
Tolles won third place with Mrs. Nell Grayson and ,her I Friday evening until Sunday
By Helen Egan; At KeystoneDoris .
Jim Fox
By 207. sister, Mrs. Dorothy Sher- morning. .
-jCtttholloSt. I
Please Phone In Your Items -- 473.4148 During the tournament man. ( Santa Fe) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swear- Blakely] of Pnlatka, William's Sunday I

special prizes were awardedto HOMEMAKERS CLUB The Jack Haberstrohs: have By Minhael'.. II. Chltty Ington were In Jacksonville led from .start to finish firinga Mass T:3O: a.m. Novena, 7

KEYSTONE WOMAN'S/ ,I Its Is cordially Invited [perhaps Fein" Gather Blll'.e!' Danis, Seven members of the had as a truest Mrs. R. A. Ph. 475-2171 Sunday visiting her sister. pair of 82s for low groan; p.m. Trlduum: Sunday, Mon>

CLUB encouraged would! be a Lola Walker May Henderson Keystone Heights Home- Blum] of Kenmore, N. Y., who AA Mrs. J. P. Lee; her mother In the chumpi:>nshlp flight of day, Tuesday 7 p.m.
The Woman's Club held better wOrdUl.Regbtratton and Jan Salts. makers Club attended the has been In Florida for the A444A4A Mrs. Al Mathls. who was the Keystone Golf & Country

their monthly luncheon I fee for the On Sunday, April 2nd. the spring council meeting of the winter. Greetings: This Is your down from Jasper; her Club's Ladles Invitational] -IntenlcmonlnatlonalCommunity

meeting on Tuesday, March course Is $2. Please contact Keystone Golf Club sponsored Clay County Extension Home- Rev. and: Mrs. E. G. Ceilings sleepy headed rolling reporter brother and sister-in-law Mr. Tournament last week. Church Dr.

28,' at the educational build- I Mrs.: David Nelson] at 473- an "April: Fool's Day' tournament makers Club in Green Cove of Tampa. wen guestsof asking, "How are you and and Mra. Edgar Mathis. and fivelyn! ] Puckett of Gainesville A. C. Holt, minister. ; Mrs.,

Ing of the Community I 4119 for reservations. for Its members and Springs on March 29. the Community Church yours?" their son and family Mr. and had low net with 138: George Canova, organist.

Church.W. I The American Cancer Soc guests This is now an annual Those attending were Mrs. last Sunday. Rev. Colllngs Is your rolling-reporter Is Just Mrs. Leonard! Swearingen and and Libby Merrill, also of Sunday School, 9:30: a.mv
11
M. Plrmann. Superin- iety's fund-raising drive Is event at the club. and is Mildred Payton. president: : a possible candidate: for the about tuckered out from daughter Terry Lynn. Gainesville, waa In third place: (Morning Worship both, hours.a.iru.Nursery .

tendent of Gold Head Branch well under way. In the Key- garded by many as re-I Mrs. Emily Ison, vice president pulpit] and preached at the fishing.' I have been fishingfor Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Nors- with 162.Gertie open

State Park, was the (guest 'stone area, $V1e drive Is being DAY! First place ; Mrs. Deltha HIckey morning service.: the last five days In a worthy were visiting old McRae of Starke took rreobyterkra

speaker an;!. described the sponsored by' the Keystone with a net score of 128. Secretary; Mrs. Sophie Rather LATE NEWS row, so I have been missingout friends in Neptune Beach first place In the 1st flight Faith Presbyterian Church

"National Wild Life" convention Woman's' Club. Members of Buster Alken and Betty Zowarka -I Mrs. Geneva Chab, club Mrs. Sarah Mathcson of on my sleeping ]late. My last Sunday. and visited their with 170: Vesta Alken of Keystone -'Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min

which was held recentlyat the club have been collecting ; Odelle Kennies and Whit delegate, and her sister. Mrs. Gainesville will present a uncle: Alfred Hudson, was son. Henry who had Just came In second with ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace organist -

Gold Head. for the past week, and will Wyman who had a net score Otis Campbell of Detroit special missionary programat down visiting; us from Tuesday moved to Riverside Circle on 177, and Mae Henderson also ; Mrs. Carl Swisher,

Mr. Plrmann spoke of wildlife continue until all families of 130, came in second place: Mich.. and Mrs Helen Egan. the Community Church \ to Friday. We fished the the Southslde. of Keystone, was third with summer organist.

protection at; the local. have been contacted. When and Fran Turknett ai.d Bob During the business scs- Sunday School on April 0. whole time he was here, and Ray, and Alma. Eddy and 184.Freda Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.

state and federal levels 'and you are called ',upon. pleasebe Hayes received third place: slot!. It was voted to give $100to She will speak on her work had very bad luck. We were children Chuck Mike. Cheryl Wyman of Keystonetook Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
the necessity/ to procure more GENEROUS!i honors with a net score of the Sheriffs Bci>s Ranch with children In Korea and hanging them but we Just Yvonne and Pat of Jacksonville first place In the 2nd Sunday, (Nursery open both,

land for national parka whileIt DUPLICATE, BRIDGE 133. at Live Oak for tho new will wear a Korean dress. The couldn't land them. Wednes- were vIsiting Alma's flight! with 183; Hillary hours.1pllM'oJla.l.)

i is still available for the Winner of the Keystone SERVICE MEN'S CORNER 'building program. sacrament of Communionwill day afternoon, Charley] t ChIc- parents. Mr. and Mrs. TL.. Ullman of Daytona Beach was ;
second with 185 Martha Hayes !
enjoyment of future gener- Duplicate Bridge
ations. Thursday March 30. were: and Mrs. Gay Livingston of held at the Charles Bennett Worship Services. came down to fish. The jvlnd .Heath was also a guest, of the of Keystone was Donovan, of Worstall, vicar.Morning .

Hostesses at the luncheon 1st place ,with '44 points. Nelson's] Point, has recently School in Green Cove Springson Mrs. A. C. Holt, wife of the changed his plans so we Norwoods.Mr. 186; and. Beach Bobby waa fourth Prayer and Ser

'were Mrs. J. Hanson Mrs-: Stanley LaCosteand Louis completed his basic training April 8. with a. covered pastor is a patient in RIver- ended up eating oysters. Fri : and Mrs. David Rape with Daytona 188.Margaret. mon, 2nd, and 4th Sunday I

William Beam. Sr., Mrs. R. Kyle; second place with 44% program at Ft. Polk, La. clsh supper at 6:30.: Club side Hospital Jacksonville, day morning, Mrs. A. H. Hud- and mother, spent the week- 0:3O: a.m. (nursery open.)
Griffin and Mrs. W, Pinon. points. Mr. 'and Mrs. E. N. Alec Is 11. member of the Flor- members are asked to providetwo having had a. set-back. lion and Mrs. Hartiln of end in Baxley, Ga. with Mr. Perryman of Jacksonville Holy Eucharist and sermon, I

A definite date has been DIefenbach; third place] wInners ida Army Reserve with his dishes, one a meat dish Gainesville, came after Al- and Mrs. Woodrow Knight and Starke won the 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30: a.*

set for the "Driver's Improvement were Mrs. J. Day and home base located in Jack- and the other a vegetable. ryyyvvvTyvy.vyv'yyyv* fred and visited for a while. and Mr. and Mrs. Grady third flight of Gainesville with lOG( ; Marcy
Course" to be Mrs. Otto Larson; and fourth sonville. He will remain at dessert, or salad. Tom and, Glnny Oarnar of Deen. They went to do eome Rountree was lJorls School], 9:30: a.m. "Holy Euchartat -

sponsored by the Keystone place winners were Mr. and Ft. Polk for an additional] Each club will participateIn MFf.ROSFBy : Swan Lake, were supper river-fishing but It only made Markham second place, also with of Gainesville 196/ ; 8 a.m. each Sunday;, I

Woman's Club. Mrs. Raymond Starnes. two-months training pro- the variety program or entertainment guests/ of the Chlttys. My them appreciate our beautiful was third with 199: and Louise. Evening Prayer, 7:30: p.rru. I
The program will Include a CIVIL DEFENSE gram. and 4-H Club Sally htothhanimerIAA1A&AAakA4AAAAAAaA father and Tom went fishing, lake more."Preacher" fourth each Sunday. ETC, 6:30: p.m.each .
of
waa
two day session, on May 3rd The following] rescue operations Mr. and Mrs. Livingston! will model the garments they and had little results. However and Marian with Gallop 202.Bernlce. Keystone Sunday.

and 4th at the Municipal were assisted in during drove to Ft. Polk for the have made during the school my father had been out Winters and daughter Ginny Dally offices of Morning;

Building.] This Is a civic proJect March by the Clay County graduating exercises. At the Saturday morningand of Jacksonville were down Epps and Shirley and Evening! Prayer, 800; a.m,

and anyone Interestedin Civil Defense unit: March ceremonies Alec, along with year.Because\ of the great distance last Duplicate week were Bridge: 1st winner place- caught four bass over the weekend. They attended Johns, both of Starke, tied I and 5:00: p.m.

Improving his driving hab- 3rd. administered first aid the other members of his at night the Keystone Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs I' My mother and nat grandmother the Antique Car Showat for first with place In of the 105 fourth':each.
scores
flight
for man with severe cuts on company, was recognized for Club will not enter R skit, H. T. Dent. 2nd place Mrs. Mrs. Copeland. -visited Goldhead Branch State Mrs. Johns. won in the play. -LutheranLutharan
(hand; March 4th assisted winning the COmmanderGeneral's but our 4-H girls] will participate Mr. and Mrs. A. H Hudson Park.
Roland Bryan and. Mrs. J. P. off. Zee ToileR of Keystonewas \ Church of Keystone -,
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS with plane that was out of Trophy. In their event. Vose. 3rd place Mrs. W and Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Peggy Voyles sang a song in third ,place with 207 Heights; Vicar Richard
gas, on Highway 100: March Enroute to Ft. Polk Mr. COMMUNITY CHURCH J. Orollck and Mrs. Ray Crenshaw and family in In the Varletiy, Show held in and Winnie Glenn of Starke Meyer, minister.

8th, assisted in located missIng and Mrs. Livingston visited The Community Church Starnes. 4th place Mrs. Gainesville, Sunday morning.Mr. Keystone last Friday, and placed/ fourth with 200.( ( Divine woianip, Sunday 111:
person; March 9th. auto with Lt. and Mrs.: Dan Pater Women were hostesses on Mary Cook and Miss Iva and Mrs. Oren Derkmanand won third prize. "C<>nsratu- a. m. Holy Communion 2nd1'

accident on Highway/ 100 Mary Ann of Blloxl. Mlfls. March 30 to the Fellowship of Hillyer. children Sheryl and lations Peggy! Sunday or each month. :.

weat\ ; March 10th. fire at They also spent two days In Community Churches of Boy Scout New' 1 Dickie, of Starke, vIsited'WI Mrs. H. T. Smith has returned Who knows, one day. Services held each. Sundy--

cryStal Lake; March 16th! New Orleans] which included Northeast Florida. About 60 The :Alac-him] District Camp Sunday afttrnoon. A. B. and home after spendingsome They may land on Mars at St. Anne's Episcopal"

four fires and assisted". in dinner and entertainment at members attended. Mrs. Char- ores at Camp Charles Pram-la Katie Howard and Hubert time with her daughter, Eventually. I It will be com Church Keystohe "ieighu.
caring for victim with .burns; Antoine's.HERE les Wallenlus and Mrs. Roy at Interlachen was attendedby and Palma. Chitty, all of Mrs.: Trellle Creshlre. The mon. Fla.

MELROSE[ March 17th.', fire at Putnam I 'N THERE Bridges greeted the delegatesand 38 patrols of 102 Boy Scouts Starke were Sunday supper family] met at Mrs. Smith's Or that's what they say.

Hall: March/ 18th house on Recent guests of Mr. and served coffee and sweet and Scoutmasters this past (guests of the Chltbys.: Well, on Easter weekend. Those enJoying It's possible that we all. Baptist

fire at orahome; ',March Mrs: Frank Jones of PeachSt. .buns. Mrs. M. A. Schroeder weekend. now that you have read The the weekend with her May live in space some Woranlp services : Sunday

23rd, Anrtual" Meeting at Cltw were Mr.: and Mrs. Harry was registrar. Mrs. Alex Troop 109 participated in Chitty Report, we will get to were Mr. Haydon Smith and day. 11 a. mv7:30: p. m. tnunery'

BUSINESS cooperatl'Ve' emergency: ,! Spence of Orlando] and Mrs. Gaunt was In charge of the the Camporee with 18 scouts' the rest of the news after children; Mike, Barry and We won't have to buy open}.

first aid; March' 25th. fire at Merle Baijks} of Birmingham ,luncheon and was assisted by and accompanied by their this message X. M. and Iva Smith and those tires. Sunday School, 8:45: a. m.

DIRECTORY Spring Lake: and. March Ala. Mrs. Jones Mrs. spence members of the Schroederand scoutmaster Art Wheeler assistant Charles] and Louise Strand- children; Mike parry, and Like we always did. before. Imirbery open). Training< TJrv,

23th, auto accident on, Highway and Mrs. :Banks are sinters'. Bird Circles. scoutmaster Claude berg and daughter Pauletteof TerrI of Starke: Mr. and Mrs.F. Because there won't be Ion, 6:30: p. m. (nursery open].'

Apio\ Sales & Service 100 eastRemember The Adult Bible] Class] 'of Mrs. Walter Orollck. presI- Martin, Junior assistant scout Jacksonville were visitinghis W...Murray and family of any pavement, Rev. Lawrence Carroll,

'your Civil Defense the Frst Alliance Church of dent of the Church Women, master Eddie Rothhammer, mother, Mrs. Jo Strand- Jacksonville! ; her grandson, To grind them anymore. poetor.

SPRING MOTORS Rescue Unit phone Gainesville] ,. met at the homeof gave the address of welcomeand senior patrol leader Dilly berg over the weekend. Keith Creshlre. of Alachua But I guess we'll still.
Rev. and t Mrs. Milton] .J. I Schocn. and assistant Bucky Bunce his fiance of
numbers: Sheriff's Office, introduced the State man ; and Mrs. TrellIe Creshlre Always have empty pockets.,.
ForVOLKSWAGEN
Servtce Sc Part
Complete Green Cove' Springs, .284- Scripture on :Friday" cvtnlng. President. Mrs. Gordon Po- senior patrol leader Rick Brenda. Wilkins: and several Pomona. Mrs.: Creshlre and From buying exotic fuel. TIlE RIGHT POINT for the

3379: Orange Parr Police Departflrent. March 31. Rev. Scripture is teat o&Oi'm.en4 Beaetv.DtT Who lar:. carloads- of college students Larry came home with Mrs. To our four-speed the way. you write. Come In ,
"B It's rm _A...VoXkswftge teacher of tho'class'. ...- delicious The hiked Into Camp were In tho week- power
'SfcFBBTa;; and : Gordon Poteat broughtthe troop SebrIng for Smith last weekend to stay rockets. and select your favorite ES-
:. .We Have It. Civil Defense Director In, dinner was enjoyed by morning) message, discussing from tho ole Post Office In end. Bunny Bunce had the for a few days. Tills past And then one day It will TERBROOK fountain pen. ,
Asyi Plenty or Good Used Keystone Heights, 473-4260 the 27 guests. The, remainder the political] and religious Interlachen set up their tents, misfortune of pulling some weekend, Mrs. Smith's sister, happen

Volkswagens. In Stock' : or 473-4S51. These units"are of the evening was spent In'I situation. In China to- had a "sack" supper, Friday ligaments in her foot, and Mra. Ruby Rolfe and daughter Perhaps it will be pretty
(keii Co rn1ne !1I4-Ol: !
available] ] time of emergency hymn singing and fellowship. day. evening. will be hobbling for awhile. and son-in-law, Mr. and soon. MURRHEE
Last week, Mrs. William Saturday there was swim- She and Peggy Shaughnessywere Mrs. Jimmy Faulkner] and
law -
BEAUTY SHOP as requested by. enforcement RAINBOW GIRLS When all and
< we can go
agencies, fire departments Carew was a. house guest of On Friday evening, March, miziff/ offered to all the scouts, going for a walk, and children Bobby, Stan and vIsIt Insurance Agency

KEYSTONEBEAUTY or local govern Mr. and Mrs. John Stcadham 31. the Rainbow Girls of also signing- by flags. Sem- Bunny Jumped off a log, Debbie her niece, Mrs. R. B. All our friends who live on
ment authorities. of Gainesville. Mrs. Carew. | phore and Morse Code. The turning her ankle. Hope youare Chrisman and daughters, Rtrhard Murrhee, Agt.
Jacksonville the the .
presented moon.
SHOP DEN 1 BUILDS CO-CART (I(I formerly] a resident of our work of their order to the I Compass course was won by feeling better by now. Carol and Windy, all of Macon General Insurance

E41tb: Johocnn. OwnerPenonal Den 1 spent the> "month of city. Is a winter guest at Melrose] Master Masons and!I Mclrose Troop 109. Eagle and Pa- Bunny I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ga. Mrs. Charles Evans, Fire Casualty Marine\
White Feather Court. trol-Laaxter-Jlna Martin Bunce had Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mrs. F. W. Murry, and Mrs. Auto Bonds
March .constructing a "gocart" Keystone. Ht'hrht.Chanter of .. A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -
Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. scouts John Chamblee Tommy,
I Wilkerson and of
A Creative In conjunction. with the OES.: Gainesville Masons. family\ Techla McOilff all from Key tone Height 4734788LOOKINGFor
Mark Read and as-
Veazy Walker Herb Nelson] Whitton, Gainesville her Mrs. brings re'"IU"
Hair Styling "Handy ; mother Jacksonville, enjoyed a week-
month's theme, Eastern Star members and
Individual Beauty OaraIrery Man." The cubs are apprec-I Harriet Harper. Buckiy Bunce Rainbow girls] Joined with 'I stated Patrol by Eddie was Rothhammer.also elected Stltchberry; and aunt Mrs. end on the lake. Techlai has a I

: Form of Beauty CUltur. iative of J. W. King who -. Brenda Wilkinson Diane local members in enjoying Eagle Patrol Smith of Keystone Heights broken ankle, and Is spending ,. j
Open TnM.Sat.5; structed them In the use of Brokas and George Leath attended this beautiful] presentation. | Best Craft at gadgets camp. Included as guests for a fish fry on a. few days with her mother

Gloved Monday common tools. the races at Sebrlng. Refreshments wore served Camp Saturday night. On Sunday.Mr. while she recuperates.
tho scouts making a trlpot
Robert Pater has returnedto unce left for Dallas Tex-
KeyIItnne BelirMa 47S-4MA had James Robbing caught four
Last month the cubs by the host lodge/ prH rhap- table, Lrvo cli.ilr.: towel 1 rack,
Florida Central Academy as, where he will be attend- five boss day last
the home of Mr. or per ,
outing at social hour.
an ter during the : | bench, and 1 a trlpot over afire
BOATS MOTORS and Mrs. Richard Murrhee, after spending his spring Da- a conference this week. week. He had one that weighed
FELLOWSHIP CIITOA : to cook on. The scouts
I cation In Keystone. Mr. and Mrs. James Kin- between six and seven
where a meeting with the welcome is cxix-nde 1 to i(left these article behind tot
BILL'S MARINESALES Eric Oarber of Mr. chen
to son and sons, Jimmy and pounds one day.
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conducted coordinate
fathers was In future
all members/ and 'II'I1-1s to future tine camp-
& SERVICE and Mrs. Ty Oarber: of Ndson's / Larry. were down over the "Red" Neal and Andy Bo -
plans for the construction Tho : Patrol got 24
attend the F'ellowRhln luncheon outs Knglo Income Tax Deductions ?
, ':"The Fun Fleet's la" of the "go-cart.: Point. Is home for a on April 13 at l''SO in of 2ft: points, on Camp Craft weekend working on their well caught/ 14 bass Thursday
I Cbryster Lone Star Boat The cubs also wish to short; visit with his parents. Rrrrember 1 G tdgrU house after being confined' morning. The Boswells have.
Hall
the Masonic You LEGALLY
, Chrysler Motors thank Mrs.: Ervln Ttlest and Eric is completing] his graduate covered Competing In thene events with a virus. also been catching a few can uncover
to bring own
Service .& Part for George Ooetzman. for buildIng program at the University dish. table your fl l'vlcp. and bev wan Patrol Flying Eagle- Fred and Corlne Tlilemnn, perch. more "needles in the haystack
of Iowa, and will enter our little lake neighbor, were Griffin reports that
All Outboard The Betty
the go-Cart's< frame. l Leader Paul.. Morris and scoutfTnmmy "
New member s nyone
Corner Rte. 21 A 26 cubs are looking forward to a law school In the fall. over erage.age 351] arc wslrome at Frazier Harold Elsenarh down working on the bath- the boss are biting I better when you have all
Melrose. 73-2.11* Den :3 this While Mr. and Mrs. Gay room of their new home. than usual. Everyone fishing
with
go-cart race this and all otlvr nT-fUn-M "r. Laweromie: J-farperOry your cancelled checks on
Livingston were visiting with and When you do most of the from their place caught some

CLEANERS month.Timmy Murrhee .and Gary bhelr son, Alec. at Ft. Polk, A follow short business luncheon rneetlna, !and:!: then will Bobby McCliire Lanier Curtis; Courtney and Patro' work yourselves which moat fish. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wo- hand. Open YOUR check

Ooetzman received their wolf La., Mr. and Mrs. Cam Bas- I Flaming Arrow-Leader Rudy of our lake neighbors do, It mack of Stone Mountain: Ga.
here
Keystone badges and Robby Parsons tedo spent the weekend in the some fun. Dumpier and scouts Ron n If takes lots of weekends to getIt a:.d P. E. Dinettes' mother ing account, Today.

I Cleaners Inc. received his gold arrow. Livingston's home. Mr. and We regret that sn.'e meM.1 Price and lx>n.ild Martin. Or. done. Their grandson, Rob- and four friends of Jacksonville '
Mrs. Baatedo who for- bers have been % ] ert, came ] to do
: are along some
the weekenc.
TEEING OFFU!! der of the Arrow was in charge spent
G. K. Davis mer residents of Keystone, but at this writing they are1all I fishing and enjoy the lake. KEYSTONE STATE BANK
I On Tuesday and Wednesday. ; of the Camp Fire Assembly fishing at The Or if fin'sLodge.
rover jr Dry Cleaning Service are now making their homeIn on thejecovery rcwd. Mrs. Several of the Troops anf" Mr. and Mrs. DoTph Red- .
the Keystone
Laundry Finish or Fluff ) March 28-29. Hall IS at the Member F.D.I.C.
Golf Club sponsored Folkston.] Ga. Daisy now Scout Masters put on skits at dish and children of Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnson Keystone Heights, Fla.
2 Day Service invitational. There Last Saturday friends of home of her son. Henry, and Campfire. Troop 109 returnee were wekend guests of her and family of Garden City.
Pick and Ladies "Your Friendly Bank In Your
Up Delivery will Mrs. Friendly
visitors.
Keyttona Ilalght 473-SOM was a large attendance during Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan appreciate Ferrell Is still not too home Sunday AM in time to !, parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. N. Y. spent several days fish- Community.I "
Amy
< the tIw -day tournament, gathered at the Morgan's attend the church of theli Carpenter. ing and enjoying the weatherat
CONCRETE and the :Keystone. ladles did new home to honor them well and anyone wishingto choice. Sandra Lutgen and children Barnhlll's Camp last week

well in the competition.The with a hoiue-warmbv. Guests visit her should call Bob Personals. of Jacksonville/ spent Mrs. O. W. Yonkers came In
Hawthorne Concrete very following] Keystone golf Included] Mr. and Mrs. Bill first. Charles King Is now at Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ash last weekend with the "'Luclay" with three bass. One weighed!
Reynolds. home [Twin Lakesl following ley went to Eustls recentlyto Lutgens. 6% :Bill
ers received honors for the Mr. and Mrs. Bud pounds. Price 01
& Supply, Inc. tournament:' 1st Plight Vesta Beeler] Mr. and Mrs. Chuck surgeny. William Pinon Li attend the dedication of the Art Wheeler tells us that Jacksonville caught 6 bass PHONE COLLECT
REDI Alken won second place with Newman Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur !- still under treatment but is new Science Building. It will he and assistant Scoutmaster. Steve Broadway .,.i Starke 475253I

MIX 177. and May 'Ttenderscon re- McDaniel, Dr. and Mrs. able to be about and active. be uued for the study of Water Claude Martin accompanied had:! 7. and Paul Broone had
I ''reived honor Phil Parson. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elva Scott was able to Pollution and waste. Mr. Ash. 18 boys [Troop lOfl] from this 8.
CONCRETEHwy. third place be out for the first time last Is associated with the
with a score of 184; In the Bill DowlIng Mr.: and Mrs. ley Mr. and Mrs. Mae MOowan :: -
20 W. Hawthorn ask
4RI-2932.2031 second Flight" Freda Wyman Ed Bennett. Mr. and 'Mrs. week; and lastly and Interest- we for Game and Fresh Water Commission and son. Chuck were I 24 HOUR FAST SERVJ EI EIBRANNAN'S
Darrel your prayers In Florida.] who will celebrate
Davis Dr. and Mrs. his birth.
was 1st place winner with weekend guests at tie: Jack
both Axel Malm-
Ruth
Don an! Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason day this Wednesday.
NURSERY 183: and Martha Have was Chrlstoffer. Mr. and Millers. They came down to .
gren. Axel Is on the recovery had their house
M guest There
T third 186 Mrs. Walter Fordyce Mr. and will be a Car-Waah, visit
place winner with ; and fish but Mao didn't
Mrs. Everett : road following heart surgeryat last week, Mr. Cason'. neUies! sponsored by the Melrose
O.C. C Fox. Mr. and have much luck. He
CamesNursery was' -
the Medical Center. Dr. Mrs. Lelaln going
of Lake
Phillip Methodist
Youth
Mrs. James H. MY?
Clare, Mr. and on to fish
Hlwar 100. Florahome Richard Malmgren] of Wash Mrs. Bertha Pierce of from the dock.
Mrs. R. L. City Saturday, April 22.'Bring
SCHEDULEOF Bridges. Mr. and your
23 Miles SE of Stark! Mrs.\ Levllle ington. D. C. was here for Starke Mr.. Hattie Thomas cars directly behind the Edu- and /BO t the boat to fish
Richardson
ofJacksonville.
Nursery Stock Thousands SERVICES ] Mrs. Wendell several days at the time: of of Valdoeta Ga., and Mrs. cation Building! for thIs serv Jack around the UBM and grass. PLUMBING & HEATING

of Plants Si Fruit I PARK Cochran of Daytona. Greg surgery on March 27. EmUy (Faster of Miami. Mon. ice.School nine caught three bass In
Trees' to choose from. Nice I Oolphln of PERSONALSMr. day Mra. Bessie C chran'. News-Tracte Meet will minutes and added two

Shade 'Tr >es, Evergreen I of the Amy Hullna Jacksonville.of'Newcastle] Miss. and Mrs. L. R. Pratt company was Pastor and Mrs. be In Newberry this Friday. more within 30 minutes. Mac BOB IJRANNAN, Owner 7

ie Landscape Plant AH PALMSSUNDAYS; and Dr. and Mrs. Pa. and children flew] In Mr. Merle] Packham of Thereina. Up to date Melrose High hung one. but couldn't get

In containers! Plant,any- ( of Jax. McOahee Pratt's private plane from Mrs. Ray Birt's mother and School has won all four of him in. Jack will Just! have to 0 SEPTIC TANKS f

time. Camellias & azaleas. Baraboo. Wis. to visit Mrs.Pratt's brother, Mrs. Annie Taylor and the meets they have participated teach him how.
Miss Marilyn Bridges coordinated Chester Taylor of Miami in. So ends, another fun filled
wa
Let do land Keep
ar your eapln" parents the Royal up the !good
Phone (84-2165 11:00: A.M. 7:30 PJI. the plans] for the Shultls, of Spring Lake and house guests last Tuesday., work boy.I chapter In the lives of Indian DRAIN FIELDS

THURSDAYS surprise party, ana was as- Sun Prairie Wis. They also Sunday Ray Blrt'o nephew and Mrs. Walter Wilson (Millie Beachltes. Until next week -
USED ''CARSHanks 7:30 P.M. stated In caring for the guests visited Mr. Pratt's brother wife, Rev.' and Mrs.. Alford ) has been ill at her home here's LeeonLEEO.VS- 0 PUMPS '
by
Mr*.. Chuck.Newman MrsI' IB. Vaught of St. this COINER
PetersburgBeach pact week. We hope she
PUNDAMENT4LBIBLE :Bm and family] at Pompano 1
Used Cars TEACHING Reynolds] Mrs. Pot Par- Beach. While here. Mr. and were guests in their will be well real toon. Clyde Life ID Space .
BIO CASH DISCOUNTT sons and MU Amor Hulln Mrs. Kenneth Buchanan: of home. ReV' Vaught I U the Rotnhammer has been ill but Our 'brave Astronauts, Serving: Keystone Lake Geneva _

E R 1 M S AH Scrrlces Held! In The Sun Prairie Joined them, and Methodist minister at Seminole Is better now and back In Go up Into space Melrose! StarkeP.
Church at St. Petersburg school. Mr. Arlee Terrell came They get out and walk]
BUY SELL TRADE Congenial Atmosphere they all enjoyed a. family reunion

ftt. 1 Ho 09Hwy. ,Of, .The. Lounge. .1 A Cw..U1e4 A4 in the TELEremilt at Mrs.: Esther Kruei'er's Happy Beach.Birthday to Rev. Al home Sunday from and the Is hospital convalescing last To explore observe this the new place. O. Box: 158 Keystone Heights, Fla.
/They
home Earth
100'S Mllea S, Btarke. j OItAPIt brlaiI. *. at White Feather/, Steaurt of Metros Methodist la her home. And they observe the stars. ...,... - - - ,
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KAOK TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGnAPn. STARKC. FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL. 6.,:, 91L! -

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Horse Show I place ribbon. Hall, 8-12 Robbie Martin 13- I 1 I Check Forger Three InjuredIn Jacksonville.The Accident occurred, according rear with of$2.500 the car.damage(!Both vehicles to the. 1

High point trophy winnersin 19; Eugene Johns 20 and the investigating were total wrecks.
:! to
Prizes GivenAt each age group were: over.Arena 1 I y Is Sentenced Two-Car FHP Trooper J- K. Wade, as Kelly was charged with f
7 and under Mark Joyner. Race: Mark Joyner i it
attempting to have his vehicle under -
the was failure
8 to 12 A tie with both 7 and under; Randy Joyner Mustang
Crash On 301 Into the B & O Truck control. .
FairThe Ronnie Hall and, Randy Joy- A 21-year-old Daytona Beach to coast

ner receiving a trophy. 812.Buddy Pick-up (open event) -7 'I'' woman, Sarah Roberts, was Stop after running\ out Ot

13 to 19 Tommy Smith. Bills GrIffIs, Emory Prevatt.. sentenced to Indeterminateterms Three persons were hos- gas. Kelly's Plymouth ram-
Bradford Roping Club of six month to three med Into the rear of the I
20 and over-Eugene Johns. Lead Race: Mark Joyner pitalized Saturday afternoon,
held its annual Hone Show Winners in each event were 7 and under; Klmbo Forsyth years in Circuit Court last April 1, in a two-car clash on small car as both traveled I
f>n the final day of the Bradford 301. as follows: 8-12. Wednesday March 29, on each U. e. .3(J..7 of a mile southof north on U. S. resvlticetowirt
County Fair last Saturday Sack Jim Boshears. of 'tour counts of forgery and Impact occurred in the ML.IcINe1CeN. .,.. t
Cloverleaf Roping: 8 tar Ice, just south of the 110.. .WikArrV
with a large crowd watch- uttering a forgery. lane of the four-lane 0 llf'.OWVNUKMauM
and under 20 and over. B & O Truck Stop.A outside ':; byE
Mark Joyner 7 ; uNWIHI ,
nearly 200 entrants com- ...... ,
ing Jordan The woman pleaded guilty pavement, but the Plymouth '= OUT.TM I
12 Trail Class: Andy driven by 1) .
Jessie Raines 8 to : 195 Plymouth
in the varied events. Ray \_
pete before Judge L, Pat to ._
George marks prior
8-12; Tommy Smith, 13-19; of left no skid tt
Contestants divided Tommy Smith, 13 to 19: Eugene Kerry Theodore Kelly. 60.
were In-I Johns, 20( and over. Don Hall, 20 and over. ten of writing forged cheekson Hawthorne, rammed into the the point of impact/ the
to four with !
age groups four Starke firms--Cohen's said. Horae Furniture .C.
After the Horse Show, a trooper Better
place ribbons given In each Basket Ueavo calf-riding contest was held I Dept Store Van H. Priest's rear of a 1967 Ford Mustang After Impact the Plymouth 1200 8. Ed *wood Avc.
'loss A trophy beLt buckle I Sonny Brown, 7 and under: I SENIOR CITIZENS NEWS I driven by Herbert Ferguson,
was awarded with each first Ronnie Hall. 8-12; Robbic with Kelly Forsyth winning I 5 & lOa Store, the Firestone 39, of Jacksonville.: traveled 217 feet across the Jaekacavfle,, Florida S2205:
the belt buckle for first place. Store and Carp's Dept. Store. median and came to rest
"We should look the in the coming
years.
upon Kelly was still In the Brad
-- The checks all bore the
r Jackpot Roping began at growing: number of older citizens Medicare Kits were received signature ford Hospital MondayIn against a culvert. 'r.Mus-
County
8 with the including I of Jerries; Williams, owner knocked 88 feet
pan. program tang was
not as a problem or a from E. M. Womack, of the good condition with InJur-
of the Bradford Barber Shop.
MY calf roping, team rop- burden for our democracy, but Gainesville Social Security of- Williams' wife who ies of the knee, chest and
w ling, and ribbon roping. Ropers as an opportunity to enrich fice. This kit will enable Sen- managesCohen's ; had Injuries'' a
cashed one of the back. Ferguson
I from all over North Florida -, their lives, and through them, ior Citizens to tally theidoc- and back Business
checks.All of the right leg That'8 Our
: show.' I
In the night
SINCERE competed the lives of all of us." Thus tor and hospital expense' while his Doris L GLASS
Calf roping winners were: the check's bore a South passenger
i the current
Johnson throughout :
spoke President on year. I
J. E. Joyner 1st place, and March 23 1966. Evelyn Naughan left recently Street address, not belongingto { Toland. 39, of Jacksonville If It's Glass W. Hay 1&"
I the Williams I had Injuries of the %left shoulder -'
THANKSTO I Bill Sherwood, 2nd. The consummation of the for Columbia, Ill., and will: VISIT
The team roping event was Mrs. Roberts will serve the I and face. Ferguson and CALL WRITE or
Bradford Fair lives return in July.
I won by Bill Sherwood and I up to the County above statement H. C. Driscoll of Keystone four sentences concurrently lit I the woman were transferredto II FOR ANY GLASS NEED
the Lowell Correctional Institutional St. Vincent's Hospital In
THE Bobby Beard. Senior Citizen Club members, Heights, and George Clemens Store Fronts
tPEOPLE Lowell Fla. She We Design Modern
,
I Three teams split the ribbon with the helpful cooperation celebrated their 76th and !82nd I I

,: roping pot 50-30-20. with of Gene Rayburn of the City birthdays last month. Many still faces similar charges in Just Mail Us A Pattern For

OF ,. I' Paul Jones and J. E. Joyner I II' Recreation Department, and happy returns of the day! several Alachua other counties including -. y Table TopsSHEA'S
Duval
St.
I' taking first: Bill Sherwood and Martha, Sue McCain, Home Senior Citizens, there is a FLORIDA
Jim Bo hears, second; and Johns, and Putnfim.
1 extension Agent, were richly wonderful library at your disposal
BRADFORDCOUN1Y Bobby Beard and Jim Bosh Traced through a tag num, %
rewarded /with eight blue three in Starke. Why don'tyou GLASS CO.
I ber from her driver's license,
ears, third. red, and two white ribbons for enroll and get some of the THEATRE _
I The show ended around 11 obtained by Carp's when she
books "ntedand. .
their efforts in hobbles and you've always ""
Ij o'clock after ten hours of handcraft exhibit at the Fair. promised yourself to read cashed a forged check there, PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FU24353STARKE .
was used to trace the woman 1313 N.W.4th
in the various events.
__ ; riding The winners were.Mary Allen. Our next meeting on Tuesday and she was arrested in Gaines- Showtime--Weekdays! 7

Mary Bishop, ,Rose Bonawandt Apr. 11, will feature a ville. Sunday 3:00, Saturday I

For the tremendous vote you gave me. I will McDavid Wants Marian\ Courtney, Jane Dris- White Elephant Sale. Bring

the confidence have placed in I Land Excluded coil, Marian Drlacoll, Tom your packages and bundles. Friday and Saturday II NURSING HOME
never betray you I Garvie, Airs. H. L,. Hough Lilly They will be sold by our able April 7, 8

me. I pledge to serve you with all the dignityand From BrookerA. Johnson Alex Morton Umraa: auctioneer, Gene Bishop. A were visiting their grandparents :

dedication required of this high office. I Schaefer, and Gene Wiggins.We lively entertainment, program Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Double Feature Program' 808 S. COLLEY ROAD

F. (Fred] McDavid. of are deeply ,grateful to l. planned and\ color movies Slade over the weekend. 11 11IU.M's
Again sincere ,thanks. McDavid Quarterhorse Farm the organizers of the.Fair and will be taken of the event. Rev. and Mrs. R. C. GrayJr. Phone 969-4271 Starke, Fla.
: my II
has filed suit in Circuit Court promise to work with more Hope to see you there. Bring and two children were the GREAT DRAMA!

Shaw State RepresentativeDISTRICT here against the Town of vigor and greater enthusiasm your friends. dinner guest of Mrs. T. F. JAMES 1. We have complete nursing service. for adult ol
Gene -Joe Kerrigan Brown last Friday. STEWART* LEIGHRYAN
Brooker to have a 40-acre all aKN.(

16 I parcel of his land excluded

I II from the corporate limits of MEEKER and L.P.N'a 24 house
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAMPTON NO1 I'E OV APPLICATION' 2. We have RJJ.'s an duty
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I Brooker. Only 12 Fail FOR Tax ItKKltMOT1C10 :
The tract which h within 18 HBRKUY liVEN, a day.
the extreme southern portionof To Apply For that Carl Hunt the holder of TOfi i

the town was annexed by Tax Exemption filed the following laid certificate certificate for a has tax IIAIID 8. We have our own X-ray and laboratory. (Mr.

Serving Florida city ordinance In 1952. By Mrs. Mary William.uaAAAAAAAAAALAAAA deed to be Issued thereon The James Moncrief .la our full time licensed technician -
certificate number -
Since 1950 In his petition. McDavid All,but 12 owners of Bradford of Issuance, the description and years of ).
states the property Is agricultural County property filed AAs the property and the names In SPUR I

t &fOr f &IId in that It homestead exemption by which |t was assessed are aa J
tPJontfde ;:reertWe9 I nature and for The Hampton Baptist Church follows : 4. We are licensed for 60 beds by the State Board
is not benefltted by city services the deadline last Saturday, had their homecoming last Certificate No. 49 Year of
.. ... ... .... .. IBHUU.HCB Um Description of of Health license No. 2.
-r .. .. ... .. I such as garbage collection according: to Tax Assessor Sunday. Special ,events of the\
II Property I!:14 of NB<4 of NBV
I street lighting, or by Gene Long! day Included the covered dish of NK! % Sec n. T-5-S R-2J-K! PLUSSHOOMIffJttWJEPIC- I.

1 the new municipal water sys- "That is the fewest numberof dinner< following the morning Ortffls Name In which aeeeamd lava! 0. We have a modern fireproof building with central
Bet.
Mrs. Carolyn Cordially tem.He failures to apply since I' services and an afternoon music All of said property being In alr-condltloner and heat. .
hll I also says that the prop- have been in office" Long service, as well as Sunday the County of Bradford State IHE BElt 4$ TIN'

Eaves Welcomes, erty In question has not received School and morning worship ot Florida.
Representative! IJI : Improvements asa said.The said he Is Unless such certificate or certificate ;: : 6. We are within two blocks of the Bradford County -
I any assessor service, training union and shall be redeemed according
Ph. 964-5811 You and Your I result of annexation by the currently working on the 1967 evening worship. ; to law the property ol m is.Marines Umpitat.X .
described In such certificate 01'
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your I town, and that no Improvements tax roll and that there will Mrs. T. F. Brown a memberof certificate will be Old to the

Starke New Home I are contemplated. be a substantial Increase in the Church since 1903 gavea hlftheet bidder at the court house We have a fine staff of Doctor serving' < the ,

I The plaintiff declares that I the total valuation due to history of the Church as a door Month on of the May first, 1967:Monday!, which In I I. ;iJr Home

I ad valorem taxes levied In I new construction such as feature of the morning serv the let day of May 1967. I ..

The State of FloridaIt 1966 by the City of Brooker, poultry houses new residences ice. Special music was presented 198T.Dated. slim 23rd day of March ..

amount to taking his property and txpiansion of business by Mrs Marvin Falle 8. Ware V.A. approved.
18 Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Charles C. Deny
without just compensa- places. wife of the former pastor anda Clerk of Circuit Court of

I To Acquaint You With Your City.If tion.He Long said that more thana vocal trio by :Mrs. George m Bradford County.8-30 Florida 4t 6-20 .. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency.
asks the court for a hundred new homes have Kennan, Carolyn and Tony I

you are new in the area, a phone I hearing on the matter, and been built In the county dur- Kennan. TECHNICOLOR' JECHHISCOftMARSHALLTHOMPSON:
I for the court to order that ing the past year.Bayless During the afternoon music 10. We are approved under Medicare.'

call]) will 1 bring: you a prompt visit ''the property be excluded hour special numbers were 30:1.DRIVEIN: _

from the city. ? ??? ? ???????? ??n sung by those mentioned above I 11. We are large enough to give all nursing<< services 1
from local hostess. Please give also Miss Donna Rhoden,
your The suit was filed by McDa.vld'S that an adult may need but! small enoughto
: Sun. Mon.\ Tues. Wed. I .
Mrs. Irwin McConnaughy,:Miss ,
her a call! She has maps and many Lake City son attorney.. Terry McDavid, Hiwav Wendy Hill, Misses Paula and April 9, 10, 11, 12 I prevlde a family atmosphere

Stephanie Kennan and Rev.

free and wonderful gifts for you Paul Estes. ... 12. Mr. J. II. Moncrief !IB In charge of complete laboratory .
TELEGRAPH By Airs. O. E. Crosbymmmvmvnv.wvwv OPEN 7:00 COLUMBIA I1tTUaasnr : *n u
A Classified Ad In the
I Out-of-town included
guest and x-ray faculties. Laboratory No. 524.:
from local businesses. SPIEGEL/.alma IJT\\K:\
4 e I brlnrsi result Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Cuth- SHOW TIME 7:18 SUI,
I bert and Rev. and Mrs. Merle We Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights Law

Mr. and :Mrs. W. F. Conner L. Packham of Keystone ADMISSIONAdulta THE NIGHT I

I I of Perry spent from Thursday' Heights; JMr. and Mrs C. L. 75c Students 60e CALL, WRITE OR COME: BY

I through Saturday with their Cooper and daughters. :Mr. Children Under 12: Free aa= 'l AND VISIT WITH US.
son-in-law and daughter Rev
and Mrs. Floyd Smith and
I and Mrs. M. D. Medeiras and I II daughter, Mr. and Mrs.R. Fri., Sat., Sun. THE ',, Lawton D. Thomas, Owner-Administrator

't ;I i &a't Yltat QsAw family. ]I A. Brannen all of Starke; April 7, 8, 9 "'''f Mrs. Gertrude Kauffman-Asst. AdministratorWE
s,
:Miss Beverly Eggers of ,Mrs. c. R. Cox and son of EENERG&SruMco

Y ixt ;,, f7 i Jacksonville spent the week- Orange Park; Rev and Mra. Double Feature Program COMPLY WITH TITLE VI

'a end with her grandparents, W. P. Mcdroy :Miss Paula 111 tamtam$ .ItCHHICOlOll. .
sta
vv
t 'i Mr. and :Mrs. T. N. Norman. MoElroy, Mr. Parrish, Mr. and WHAT.A-CUY WAYNEIN 1 8"'mia' uU..:itn.' ..hop I 00 Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones

protect your They all visited Gene Petcher Mcs. Frank Williams and A WONDERFUL .

.. .: re isW1**tf%** x--, t'd* ( gi t ljpleasure who Is very ill in St. Luke's family Mrs. Elizabeth Henley ,

', at117 t< da. ,. 't. wr, j Hospital. J I of Gainesville. Mr. and :Mrs ENTERTAINMENT!
J. W. Padgett entered Ala Wpodrow Hicks of Orlando;

rr !..yWr chua General Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin
,
Gainesville. Sunday where he of Jacksonville Mr. Thelma f
M-Q-M prauntiJOHN I
I underwent eye surgery Mon Dyal, and Mrs. Irene Ratliffof r

I day. I I Graham Mrs. Leola Scul- ,5 !. 4 rr' y. .r s3tC> ,nk wA+ie,
1 '
WAYNEMAUREEN f ?
: :Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Alvarez thorpe of Chesapeake Va.; "

of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle Watterson of r- DANa 1'rarv"
II .I'wMr!
Mrs. Jerry Dyal and children
I I Dana N. C.; Mr. and Mrs.
enjoyed a birthday dinner Sunday I Terrell and children of RaIfo..d DAILY

i with, Mr. and Mrs. Bud ; and Mrs. BamestlneStrickland : I

Alvarez. The occasion was of Waldo.

Bud's birthday.Mrs. jChiiiatlan; Church r O'HARA .
Aa I Frances Crews visited
The Members
are rejoicingover
.,Yw1 relatives in Orlando .
Saturday.Mrs.
r ll ; tthe arrival of a new
of
.t I Beverly Spence piano for the church. It was
JE Jacksonville the weekend
was '
made possible ,by donationsby
'
guest of her parents ,),,11'. 0 t
,many friends former mem.bers
and .Mrs. .O. E. Crosby and and members of the
her Mrs. J. L.
I I Johns.grandmother, church IteMETROCOiORWARD

fJew Church time Sun-
I :Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones
day School at 10 o'clock;'Worship BOND
and son of Lady Lake spent cervices at 11 .o'clock; -......- {
r the week with her
parents
: .
Youngpeople 6:43: and Wor
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman
ship services at 730.:
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones PLUSL'AUGHTER. -
Personals
"the safe money"AMERICAN and daughter and !Mr and
carry Mrs Hilda Griffith of MIami -
Mrs. Herbert Norman And "
and Mrs. Thelma Mlllican
children joined them for .$un- j
EXPRESSTRAVELERS..CHEQUES of Ocala visited their aunt ..
l' day dinner.M's. .
Mra. T. F. Brown Sunday.
/ V.r I ? Carolyn Crrbba And Mr.. Bertha Pearre ofStsrke. L'AMOUR.

children of Gainesville spent Mrs. Hattie Tnoma LE MONKEY BUSINESS

-all thole don't your;* Wednesday. with her parents, of Macon Ga. Mri. i.iuuui
anticipation let loss of ruin
fter all that ; plans: money ;: Mr. and Mrs. Oordon Jones. Geiger of Lake City and Mrs. ,1/1"

vacation\Use .American Express Travelers Cheques and KNOW that your Mr. and Mra. Julius Jones Emily Faver of Miami were

Imoney Is completely' safe. If yourCheques are lost or stolen, you receive a and baby of Eustla were recently visiting Mrs. :M. L. Watterson ul '
visiting his grandparents and :Mrs. T. F. Brown s t 1
( ? Onl'ynny a dollar.
romptiretl1( d.Andthey'respendableeverywhere.Cost
:
pi
Mr. and Mrs Ed- Friday.Mr. .

ward Norman. and Mra. E. L. Brown Announcing Buick's new GS-34O.:

I: Mr. and Mrs. ,Freddie Watt.rson and children and Airs. .T. F.
(The minipriced GS400. :
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entertained with a Brown 'attended the talent
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I birthday dinner Sunday ,lorI show at the fairground Thurs- TfrniB' the 190' .yea fan brow(rent cut 1101IIo fatetor-..siren and 8i\llpe! and tuUU. And H'-b.

I their daughter. Mary Louisa day .night Randy and Ricky fcmoui GS-400; i*.(It.Uu am in tin background) e ra euamentatbn./pent ]Job FL-ORID/V: Both the Ward and Walter- were .awarded second prize. : / And you also! know you don't jat.US-400 for pemuta. fcood C9op J).and.of course all the CM oftty datum. ,
I son families enjoyed the day ).fr.. Gertrude Slade was It'.i treat car.But it's Just s little rich for tome people So now you have a cw that costa ICM than the&3-WI4
Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Cros- visiting Mrs. Sallle Will HallIn So (an4 of eJ I _tuulkr sus par (but &his. whOLe machos wvtekakJts) ',-.un call yea txat thus kind d.(p"Il n.ol..t
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by and children of Gainesvillewere Gainesville on Monday. DISNEYI ,

.1 SJt H K:, 'A ,f'H: S'T''tt.: R.KE dinner ,guests of ;his Recent visitors to the J. A. I

-- parents ,tile O. ,E. Crosbys Williams were Mr. and 'Mrs. /

One of 303anJs of the Florida National Group Saturday. William Fowler and familyof GREEN 'BU1CK :CO. 5

Loyd Padgett was visitinghis I :IJ vWe.

Melnbe>"..Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. father In Alachua General ,Marsha Kaye, Jimmy and 132.134 N. Court ,St., 'Starke :'

.Hospital ,Monday .night. Patty Slade.of,Glen St. Mary ..

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Tht1R1DAY APRIL 0. 1967 DRADFORD'tVNTY'TELT4ORAPn, STATtTtn.! "VLOKtDX fACOf ritlBTEEN


JMII I "f iKld Court on thin 21nr' funnel" It any, to It 1 on\ Th,r .
lead l feunaeea would total from rays. / day of March A. D. 1987. A. yawn>, .Jr. Atoraertot
.
Helicopter Crashes At Fair .20,000 :to 12S.OOO, although Torode j said the craft's doors r ; I yM. Chart* ''A. Darby Plaintiffs. whoae addreiia I.!
flew on lippact and the el I Clerk of laid Court P. O. Drawer 140, atarke, Florida -
the
dt was: :not apparent to open RY Beulah M. Moody and file the orlirtaal thereof
casual onlooker. The Undercarriage passengers': seat was .broktn..rI Deputy Clerk with the Clerk of tbe above.
of the copter was Brown described the engines g-33 4t 4-U styled Court on or before the
Shaking Up Three PassengersThe I 24th day of April 1887 : otherwise .
bent by the Impact with tne action as "Just like IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF II juda-evaeat. may been-
clutch In .
ground. when you push a tered aaalnM/ you for the relief
THE EIQHTH JUDICIAL CIR
,
demanded In the O.mplalnt. -
helicopter Used at the\ passengers were ,uprle.Torodeand At that height Just about a car and It free wheel;,. CUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND .
said FOR BRADFORD COU'IITY'I
,
Bradford 'County Fair for Adro Brown two. city even with the power lines Bourn from Wisconsin "CASE NO. ____ WITNESS my band and the)
raahed Frl- employeesand Bourn had just a few seconds the cratro transmission adjust LEI D. GRIFFIN an pleasure (Il'lde. a rntney.rold f 19 7.OrlA .
March
been completely overhauled M1LOKKD ClRIFFIN.PlalntlfCo day "
to the blade In auto-
day as Ititookoff on A flight boy David Harper son of : put RL.EH A. D4RQT, i
with three -persona .gljoauudAlthough ''Mr. and -iWrg. Eddie M. Har- rotation before It fell to the1T0un.d. and had only 35 hours VB. CLKHK OF THE I
Jarred by the im'paot of Loop. He also was forcedto flying time on it when, Fridays JOHN A. CULVER.' M al. CfRCl'lT' COURT)
'
per GrlflUs ry BRADFORD COUNTY
: mishap occurred. He has NOTICE!) OF SLIT:
land with the wind because -
as the flOO.OOO craft M\\ Bourne who owns the copter To N1CI1OUA3 D. UAO (AN. FLORIDA
the ground, none of the thre said the crash was caused of the power lines. The been touring Florida fairs with N. D. WAINWRIGHT H. E. By Beulah M. Moody
the helicopter for the past JAMES!: HAUL, JAMEM Deputy ClerkGETTING
JOHNS
landing wojld: have been much
was seriously. Injured. The. by a faulty .trIlf8 ssion. He : r ALBERT JOHN A. CULVER 3231 f-n
few weeks.
e
less had I :
t easier and the impact riCAP r HKNIUIKTTA]; THOMPSON.iHElN-.
, 1. bean able to steer Into the RY !MITOHBU:) J. W. PRBVATT. -
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CHAJUJSS THOMPSON
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A ,VENTURE IN FAITHFin'ST wind.'Torode one of the passengers RECREATION Cadets Enjoy Bivouac SON.You alan known at C. H. THOMP- "" '

said the craft's engine are hereby notified that UP
action to .Quint, Title to :
NEWSMEN'S an
raced and thu
suddenly wildly
METHODIST CHUbCiISTARKE helicopter lost power. Pictured above are scenes squadrons from Gainesville and report for Inspection.One the Bradford' following County,property Florida: In I: -'

"!Ie (the pilot) got It back .At.the first bivouac ,b.cla.lM Md Micanopy. cadet from Gainesville A parcel of land In the NW NIGHTS VECLCiDAtter
front the power lines. We hit : .. SOFTBU.L weekend by cadets:! and leaders Upon arrival at the campsite said "Qold Head is a perfect H of the SB'4 of Section 89.Towaahlip :aa, eomaien Ktoaer et liadltey>...
6 South, flange 82 ritedooi often odes and.>. ..* .
FLA. the ground pretty hard*' SEASON O Ef'S' TUESDAY of the Civil Air Patrol of ; the cadets signed the I place for a camp, and this is Knit:: In Bradford County Florida 1I ttfnie end nervous. Iroaitoa BrequeasPM

Torode sold his head hit thelack The St4rke/ Recreation Starke at Gold Head ,Branch roster and then broke up Into ,one of the best encampmentsI've ; Commence at the Northeast M hobos.r al-:d nlkn* enffer,*. ittiiyind-I

and Men's SoftbaU League will State Park. flights. They were given 15 ever attended." Corner of, the NW4 of Hoadaehe.: ,BSek&ch.nd' eel ei' : -,-
of the :
pilot's seat a ties 8EV4 of Section 32 Township depraa..d. In such. Irritatlea. C,
) Ar gash was cut in it. Brown open the J967 season Tues The group consisted of minutes to erect! their tents, -0. M. TurnerInformation 4 Mouth, Range 13 Ea.t. muitlly bridge. teeO* eleel_eemtfert 1
s day night,, April 11 at the In Bradford County Florida< ; our bine tnltatlnc senna to ettvnjb
__ .aid Monday his back and Offcer thence. run South 8 deg'reeH urine and _.I..IoI.J11'. MUeif. Oe4cyft'out
ZNf neck were sore from the Jolt. BHS diamond. The opening 17' 60" East along the Emit, ebd at.dnuwuiu.il IMv...

k Both were taken to the Brad- game ',iWlll pit the defending line of the said JIIW'4 of th" .
BKt of Section S3, a distance -
>P ,Yl ford County Hospital for x- champion harden Restaurant ter Gulf Oil at 7 p. m. The of' 680 fuel ;, thence run

agalnat\ pew entry; Regis 2nd game scheduled for 83; ( I South 88 decreee 42 10" Weal
will send Fla. Pest. Control NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED 22.00 feet, to the point continue of be- A* Fit rida Peat Control

\ '. t \ UP' against Noegel's Auto CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mouth flrlnnlnir 88 "e thenoe- 43' 10":: West 8 CHEMICAL CO.. .
e Sales. 104.8 feet; thence run South
4 degrees 01' 43" East 111 7
Lth1EfflIllEfh The Men's league Is com feet i thence run North 87devreei
a posed of 4 teams with doubleheaders RECREATION Friday| Prayer Meeting at 42 43" East 102.8
rrTY each The 'first Softball and base- ,home of Mrs Sarah Prince. feet; thence run North 3 degrees FREE
/ scheduled 17' 50" West parallelto
ball sessions were held Monday Saturday, hot chicken din-
..C Tuesday' and Thursday< even- the laid Heat: line of the
Ings. All games will be played at the Reno Recreation ners will be sold from the NW 4 of th. bK"4 of Section "' ,
playground. The-achedule will BPWB' Church Kitchen 22, a distance of 120.5
;at BHS'fleld until the ball feet to the point field on the Conway AirportIs be as follows: starting at 4 p. m. Sunday.: nlnll' LESS AND EXCEPT
i Monday 4:30: to 6:30: Junior School, 9:30 a. m., Mrs. FU the Southerly 4.0 feet. thereof And Estimate
for
ready play. the auld exoeptlon being
Baseball: Tuesday, 4:30: NO OBLIGATION -
< by in charge. Moralnv' Service -
BANTAM BOYS 'BASEBALL for a drainage" easement WHY TAKE CHANCES
to'- ::30.; Girls Softball. Wed 11 ha. been filed and
CLINIC SATURDAY a. tii; appointed speaker against you a
nesday .4:40<<: to 6:30: Little I Sunday PMY PCL at 4 O. P. CHANDL.KH also known
I A baseball Instructional ae CAP OHANDUER and WILLIE Phone 964.5745GET :
clinic will be held Saturday, League Baseball. p. m. with Deacon A. C. Carter HHOWN. ae Defendante,
MMii Any boy or girl between the In charge. Visitors always and you are required to serve(.
; April 8. at 10 a. m. at the age -of 10 through 17 who welcome. a copy of your written de- ,
Pratt Street Ball field. All
would like to play :la asked to
Travis A. WarlickFirst : boys ages 10, 11, and 12 yearsof : register at the Recreation Missionary meeting p. m.
,
age are urged to attend. Center. with, Mrs. S. Prince in charge. I CASH
Methodist Church Hueytown, Ala. Fundamentals In batting First Born Church of the,
'There will be atourteatrleague
running. the bases sliding in baseball and softball.\ Living Cod Lincoln City: The I I IMMEDIATELY

APRIL 9.13 fielding etc. ,will be covered!. Any.adult who would like to Starlight Gospel singers will S ..

.Methodlit\ churches of Florida will hold epecla", !service' to during this session. coach one of the teams is asked appear at 8 p. m. Sunday, -
help you gain the reauurance" that the enewer to the problems WOMEN'S SOFTBALL to contact, the Apr. 9. Other groups are Invited
we face In today'world can b.found through faith...Filth In. manager to
Services Daily .10 A.M. 7:30 P.M. U,.certainty that,Gad I Ipvea all rant..Faith.la Chrltt that can .MEETING APRIL 10 Mr. Jaokson. attend. Elder F. .

how the way to greater depth! ,'me nloa la you!III.Plan now An organizational meetingto Plans are In the making for Howard pastor i z- $25 TO $600

tie attend the lervlce In your nearby Methtdlet Church.APRIL form. the 1987 Women's an enjoyable summer program.

SPECIAL MUSIC Softball .league; wU ,be ,held Summer time Is ttime.. Enjoy -
I IN THH CIRCUIT COURT OF
914At April 10. AU women Interest- the activities that are FLORIDA' HHOHTH JUDICIAL DO :

,eel in participating In the planned for your physical CIRCUIT'IN' AND FOB BRADFORD YOU HAVE '. .

Everyone' WelcomeAUTO all Methodist! Churches in this area league are urged to attend. growth. Cf"ngTYCIVIL
ACTION NO.. 15
Too payments to ,make? .
April 17 has been Nt as the PTA ACTIVITYThe CHARLIE REED JR., many

... &. deadline for' team entry ,in PTA Is sponsoring a1 I Plaintiff.v -Too many bills to pay? :
the League. Play will begin Spring Festival Benefit DINNA
SERMON KB WO,
--= Monday May( I.Funeral.Services. featuring the Fabulous Sue-I X>..r ndant.NOTICR.
;] 0V a I!IT
grog on. April 7 from 9 DO YOU NEED
TO. : DIJtNA SERMON REED .
DIRECTORYu 1 in the RJE{ cafetorium. All New Brunswick New Jersey

AREA BUSINESS -I IMEN' For Mrs. Beckett parents and Interested per- FLED YOU that AHIB an HEREBY action of NOTt.divorce EXTRA CASH NOW?

sons are invited< to attend. haD been filed avalnat

Held Tuesday Tickets may be obtained you In the .b..lyled Court .
from Clarence DeSue for a- and you are required to servea LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR
copy of your written d.- \
I :Mrs. Queer B. Beckett, dults and student tickets may feneen. If any, to It on James I
SALES&SERVICE and Industrial : WEAR be I.. Tomllnnon of BOROaas!', MONEY PROBLEMS
Farm I PAINT & GLASSLiddell 70, died Saturday afternoonat purchased from Mrs. L. M. CARMICHAEL A TOMtJNSON.

Equipment her home on Kingsley Lake Royal[ and members of the Attorneys for Plaintiff who.

L & L Men's ,Shop after an extended Illness. Senior Class.NOTICE addreee. la Post Offlae Drawer. I We Are Trained To Help! ;
C.
Gainesville Florida and file
:.., Born la Waldo 'on Deo. 18 .
S Florshelm Shoea r1Plso the orlalnal with the
Jeep Jeepster Santa Fe Tractor, PUmA"Sul-t.! 'Paint & 186 he was the daughterof ''Dell Chapter No. 168 will of the above-nirled :Urfl.:1or

Ladles Sports Wear the late William and Sadie hold Its regular meeting at 8p.m. before,24, April 1067; other' Town Finance Co.
Family of 4 Wfceel Drjv Inc.r Glass Co. wine a Judgment may be en.terod
,. Arrow.Dregs Shirts Murrhee Sullivan. She was a Thursday in the Masonic a.alnnt you for the re
o it D GeUneovlIl KTANIZE PAINTSGlaOTMirreraSIIdfaig retired'' LJnotype operator retIring Hall list demanded In the Amended
Brownlee
RAMBLERMotor IS W. University, on St. All Complaint. '226 N. Temple Ph. 964-7449
Farm Traotaxm 4t .;Implemen' I Do r- in 1950 after 37 year members are asked to pleasebe' WITNhksa my' hand and the

Ridgway Co. Ford Industrial EqufpmentVSiSD 'MOBILE E HOMES rub Enclo ure -shir rer>Doe** Jn newspaper work. present and on time. We

:>: ;EQUIPMENT: I -.WlndACarpe&- Surviving is her husband, must attend to business of

1133 'a: :Main SALES PART SERVICE I MUSTANG Wsupaper gterefrontC.n.U1Uoa.- Stewart
GalaVMTille S12-S4IS PICK UP *. EXELTVERT ley Lake; one daughter. Mrs Dell W. M. Sister Alma,,

4498 N.W. 8bIItJi OtOmtftW.9PbOfM Mobile Homes Inc. .AL Cohort P.' Yelverten'of Goldax B. Bacon. W.M. F
118 N.W.eenth
1741-... 873-8101 >ro, N. C.J, a son, StewartW. CHURJCII, NEWS

Galneavllle'f Discount Mobile GAINESVILLE Beckett Jr. of East Hart- There 'will be a singing at ..l f

BRASINGTONOADILLAOOLDSIOBILE. GARDEN SUPPLIES Home Saleei Lot.Purchase ford, Conn. on* Mater M r.. th First Born Church at 8 p.

discounts on. entire GLASS Fletcher Burnett of Annan- m. Sunday, with the Starlight -

: chain: guarantee huge avlnga. da%; IVs.; five grandchildren, Gospel Singers of Jacksonville

Inc.8AX2S !tog*.' and three great grandchildren, ,appearing j.- Elder Howard, .
Johnson &Paris, Inc. NEW MOON -CAFEIXA '-Mta. Beckett was a ,mctnjer 'pastor; Mrs. Fisher, reporter .
'A SERVICE PACEMAKER University Glass 'of 'the' First t Presbyterian
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist i-
tin Cel-seMen of Used Car Coopleto+ Line of .Used !Mobile Home Low Churotaiof Cftarke.
& .Glazing ;Co. Inc... : Monday night Cholr'No.
Taken On Cadillac Trades IEED8--I'1ANT5- Priced. With approved credit Funeral services were held 3 will rehearse .
at 7:30 Tues
:
MM N.W. ISth. Rt. 441 1n.eotkldee-set Su1Y.r low as $100 down. MIRRORS at -11 .&.-Tuesday, in .Jones day''' night Choir No. 2 will "

PHONE '18- 801 FEBTILIZKaUlWe .un N.W,1.3th St. <441< North AUTO GLASS I Memorial Chapel with Rqv, I rehearse at 5 p. m. choir No. : \ .1
Robert Burch officiating: Interment -
Rent PotUteer 8prsadere's24.N.W. Gainesville.CoiLF& .'&-114'err Tub .JIa'-: ".._ .BhowcM! ; .waa ,in Crosby, Lake f 3 will rehearse at 7 p. m. ..
CALL
I i Wednesday. General .
Mb ,Ava. Door Star Fronts Cemetery under, direction of Prayer

CRANELINCOLNMERCURY PHONE: 1'It.1IGr.vrrtUe I 1319 fi...Main Oato vlU 3eWltt C. Jones Funeral! Meeting 7 p. m. Thureday.Children' .

.MotorcycleaScooteraCYCLERAMA 376-0991 Jone.Active. Story Hour 7 p. m. .
.
.
!la' at home
i Dr. of Mrs. E. Shaw.
pallbearers; were
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Authorized Sale .A .Service Wayne Whiffen, Jack Ru 11 ..
GLASSGAINESVILLE' 'In Hampton Fiq.' until April b0. q 1
Galnsovlll SEWING .MACHINESNational edge, .Frank Palmer.; Mick -
OM O. University Motorcycles 1? 7 H.OO: P.1I. at which time "
slims 372-4251 Harbin, Bob! Ferguson, and bids will b. opened. .Anel read z .
e T A."AHAePllw Milton P111.HOlpital. aloud and the liuildln? cold to 1Mg -
Sewingt the highest. bldd.r for caah.
The successful bidder will .lm Ot.r .
Crane's Import GLASS: CO. 'INC. SALES SERVICE :-Co. Inc.N.ew Praised allowed 60 duyc for tho. removal "
ACCESSORIES ,Machine of building ao-l cl.nnIIIIF .
Volvo .4Mera94ea( .Bena) -'EVER TJlINO IN CLASS 615 University. ..GalnesvUl lut. Mall bid* to City Clerk: r
BoardThe Hapipton,, 1'is,
mT-Jm.LMAN By Health
Ffaff. ?olco.
Store Fronts MtorrpM 378-3811: Home. 4-S SSOJ: K. Mln .Oilnesvine WindowsSlidingGlass I Universal. Sewing 'Machines.
372;..4373 Bales *. Service' Bradford County Hospital .
Phone Tub 'Enclosure:
:Doors .
: MOVERS '' has been notified of the THE RIGHT POINT for the
monthly .
3038 N. E.Waldo" Hd. Nearly New Units 13. .
BudgetTerms'Available':) renewal of Its license for 1067- the way yeu 'write. Come Iq 4T111
Gainesville. .. 720M( I of sad select favorite E3- a
Beauty Academy Long Distance 'Mortal 611 W.: University. Gainesville 68\ and that provisions year .

01 i Local Drayage: 3'781865'TILES Title 'VI of".the Clyll Rights TERBROOK fountain .pen. .

IRON ORNAMENTAL .Storage Packing'* rating Act of 1964u'' are being met. TELEGRAPH J\\ .
POWELL'S TT .
Shipping The announcement was made .

Beauty Academy 4ti Ornamental :3ron .FREE: t ESTIMATES rCALLJHILL'S &: PAINT by the i Florida' State Boardof House of -Carpets'.Quality .
Health following an annual a
Steel StairsFabrication

lAuD a j)Profession Xa Toot. *.' Erection'! ol>? MOVING llcensure seurvey con-< Carpets at Budget .
-
:'tDISCOVERthefunof
8p.r. TlB9" Full or Part Time! Llg'ht' Structural. Steel & Storage Inc. '.FrJb1TRiyTETn.10VinylVinyl ducted on March 21. > Price* ..

DAY A EVENING CLAS818Iov1 .Jd"ceUanooQa," ,Iron ..... Asphalt :In ill letter Term S540 N.E. Waldo IULPslnesvllle ProductsilCARPICT to R. E. Edmondson, hospital Area at No Extra Charge: ) '
Tuition Steel Products Co. Floor .f'Inlsblna-
Sl. N.W. 10th Ave.OalnesvlBe 872-4271 administrator, the< 'Health 531 N. Main Gainesville ... .. t ... -
M. N.W. 23rd Blvd.. Gainesville Board said, "Too and your .
) .18-:11.: WALLPAPER 378-1398
lIU-MII.! MUSIC 'I staff are to be commendedfor : I

Paint the very apparent know-
Tile &
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Tenner ledgeable'' approach to the solution ..HAMMONDORGAN '
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Lipham Co.OalmsvDla
SUPPLIES Music electric outdoor
JANITOR'S flameless living.
nn N.w.4th ..St.Gainesville of day-to-day problems, STUDIO :
INSIST THAT ALL YOVROOHCBlrl'J Shopping Ctr. 378-1303 and the excellent manner; in i :
372-0333 Authorized ,
PRODUCTSABJE Factory

: THS'':BEST! ,FROM Spence 110 !I. W<- 10th. Avenue which your" hospital is being Hammond OrganSides Open tip new: world of fen to year w&ob Jamil/ Outdoor electrla alighting

Chemical l Supplies.'' Authorized Pianos .* Ol'g'lN.Gu1t TRAVEL .operate a Service fixtures will Jffmi''''"yflcr garden,patio trace: Ir poolade.e e a
Baldwin t I
team play tIH1'
Edward's Building Janitorial Supplies> Cleaning Gibson Goya NOTICE Of BALK 110 N. W. 10th Ave..way jet cost so KtU*, r-. "' ;
Wax Sealed,. bide ,will bo received
Chemicals Ludwig BUngerland
Supply, Inc. Broom. nislie. Mops Drums Feuder Standard Amplifiers .House of TraveJ), the for the oldouated eels brick l and btab".k.cttI'.fi removal. :of Gainesville Shopping Center ) Eiact r.1 and grUcs mab eoolouf.t> a fouilj pZiz c--dry!

7M .. Itala 3724844OAINZSVTUUB. << Bucket Restroom SuppUe Office. ) Equipment neat to .. "'-' ..... '- (

PL.L'! .& BUjulpment INC \. '
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707 SB .2nd Gvin .*72-lM 8esyomreleddca11ao3' >a1 oDpifae: deeeri@Itghilag/tvm.& aoMbTHERE'S
Hancock Office AIRLINES! DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home .
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ELECTRIC MOTORS ._ WEAR EQUIPMENTemltbOorona..Autborlaed STEAMSHIP! ;,.- o ... 11 1.... 1 IV' I ::.
LADIES
ISTARKE PHONE 964-6200
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ELECTRIC B, R.'
Dealer MATCH FOB
Hotels! tar Rents-*"*, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3178 NO
Cherry'sGainesville's Vleier Totalla R : '
Motor Repair' Co.: Clarr- -. No Charge For Our Service I 'FLAMELES3 ELECTRIC...
.Most :Fashionable Adding .Maotilnes. CakiuatofiSALOa A cn beak wltft the pen.
Of Gdseev9tae./ V 8JO to '8:00: f
Address For Oadles ..8ERVDC8RaCTTALf: Weekdays Rental Service *

R -.ltwlndtng DUSSE88UIT8COATIMATKRNTTE SAT TIME: Dto M" roe ;8_U to'IS.U9 -

New and Used I. WEABACCESSORIES requirement with JM firs. I BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS yLenlDa iQ ,WEB ft LIG8T BOIIpai'i s.A

WORK ov.&BANTEED10M !! B3N.. Main St.- -eeaeav11l .* TR..t :i io.Oataesvllle ;HOSPITAL Ilg4PlNe .UIID tlOMlOA -
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OainMrfflsPhone ewwa"
.. Main S1.-18.1
7 W University OabMarrllle rbone '7 -55Jl CRUTCHES
STJ-83H .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEXKORAFW.; STARKI* F"LORmA Ttirnsmv' APRIL fI, t961ow
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MAYOR'S COURTThe r V*- ''i. tto .
CLIP THESE SLIPS
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following cases were
dlsspoeed of In Mayor's Court TH INSTANT
TuoscUy night: "CLIMB $1 )
Max Klclnman, reckless j't TO HELP YOU WIN.!
!
driving by speeding in school:
zone $6.50 bond forfeited. y WATCH OUR ADS FOR MORE ONUS CAME sort. /
Russell Earl Manning, reck- W I N N E R f .A ,

driving Jack, L.$2750 Warren bond, disorderly forfeited In I JIL MOUNTAIN MONEY MOUNTAIN MONEY '1 '

conduct by profane and Indecent ,.......11I.DIwlsI.N. ".......11I.DI.I.' .
language, $52.50: MRS. CHARLOTTE DAVIS Oak Hill, Ffa

voluntary 60; resisting Intoxication.arrest $ $52'-1: r'' ] t K ,

disorderly conduct bv 9 $25 WINNERS' : j
rd .
bing bonds the forfeited.peace, $52.30. AH +r a .

W. J. PATE Jacksonville, Fl.. _

Recent BirthsMr. MRS. JOANNE kiRlEY, Jacksonville,, fta.l .
mE :is
and Mrs. Lamar Shaw __
of Miami announce the birth
of a eon. Michael Frazier, on
March 16. Paternal grand-
mother Is Mrs Frazier Shawof

Starke. l e I I / / I / I I aky
Bradford County Hospital an-
nounces the following births, :
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgcon
Boyce Massey, Jacksonville, y" MICH GOOD THRU THI WE SKINT
a daughter. Carol Jean March QUANTITY RIGHTS RI *VK

30.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert John
Brice .Lawtey, a son, Robert
,Earl, March 31.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Darrell I
Cowley, Lake Butler a daughter -
Rachel Melissa,, April 1. H

HOSPITAL AUXILIARY ,
CXritESSKS: AfVHKCIATlON

The Bradford County Hospital

Auxiliary to the expresses following appreciation for 4 A C, li + I
their 'contributions In supportof Yrx
the organization: Lella's, @
DeWitt C. Jones Andrews
Drugs Terwlllegar Motors SUPERMARKETS 1 1YN'
Gay Home Appliances, Brad
ford Furniture Corporation,
Yr
W. T. Jackson, Firestone
Store Eagle's Dept Store, RT
Starke Builders Supplies, Shell

Jewelry Oil Co.,, Colonial Kentucky Florist Fried, Chic-Gem Fooo ; ....,... ".. I -'-- -, .
+, "' -d-NRI/E Ie 1/RIIStI1SRSiN1lIEAN--..
ken; Bullington Studio. F R 11 ; DEL MONTE SWEET PEAS'L1BBY ';.'\. 1leICANI. 4J$1 ; faw ,

DEN\IAlCK:AT O. PROMOTED M. C. 1 1 t GOLDEN CORK ,. .,tf 6t CAN.IAVI.WHOUMJUUI nt 5/$1/ -Jye::::: rl. I
1 II OS.CAN* .Jr,,, .
Stephen Q. Denmark son FOOD FAIR SLICED BEETS ., IAVI nt 8/$1/ I / I
of Mr. and Mrs. v' ?oxeANl.cARaINA .
s. G,
Denmark
of Starke, has been- FREESTONE PEACHES . lu/IYEI/ IN. NUYY fYAIM: 4/$1/ 1 I

geant promoted. 1st to Clan the In rank the\ of ROTC Ser- MOTT'S APPLE SAUCE Ie .uVEti% A.' 5/$1/ : Rr

unit, at Bamesville Gordon ,:Military Ga. He College was- '. ; r UPTON LOOSE TEA .SAZIIE..OH. ::::-Mx J9c I FRY:R5 I''

GMC also* on for,the Dean's Ust nt FYNE= TASTE PINK ,. fAY1G, : 59<<: e I"SUNAID
ended. the quarter Just sIo. iIe'' ,( i( ,,. ni 1IOr.IA".M.XlIMtIH.'NlAPNpQSllYn. I I
S1 brtt I ? . OWlJM.IJUOWEe1/fur: '" 3/$1/ I

STOny HOUR -., GRAPEFRUIT JUICE .. Vn6warrNi; 1:.SAY.DI 4/$1/ I. ..
,AT TUB LIBRARY flORIDA or ,
"The Seasons" will be the ORANGE' JUICE . UINWWINE.tAVrSt{ /:,p. GEORGIA. .C. 'I

:topic for Story Hour Thurs- BLENDED JUICE ., . nr00MaohRAANO: 4/$1/ I GRADE *A" I
day;! April 8, from 3:30: to .
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4:13: : P.M.. at the Public LI- ALCOA ALUMINUM FOIL f. .!!10011IVt../ ae' 29c I WHOLI 1

brary. T +, y!u.ua.C"UNK' 1 BAGGED ( I
:Mrs. {
; Jerome Johns will be JIM DANDY DOG RATION AYE $1.99 lB
Storyteller. All 'children SAVB Ion IBUMTT, .
6 throug-h 9 are Invited.aged BURRY'S SCOOTER PIES :Hi:::::::. 3/$1/ RE S Pam I

PASTOR .'LLF.O \ u m+ :t, v ,,,rk FROZEN FRENCH' FRIES: . : :: I:i Y SAG 79<<: .L.a.
BY BOATUItAIN A 'IS+ IIIWI.ICH..OJ// SPOON a fa1Yry
C1inu.II:
I A ,4; WHIP TOPPING . 41_'1AITK .lAY.10' 49c
Rev. Virgil Lovett, .... .j
pastorof s.u 69' SAVE U.S.CHOICIBKF CHUCK
the Maryville/ Baptist ''a APPLE or CHEESE DANISH 'ur.P DL =
Church, ThomasviUe, Ga.. for
STEAKS
me the past three years, has [ ,II. 5.'
been called as pastor recently . . . .. .'. . ,
to the Boatdraln Baptist COFFEE I'" SAVE 1H IB..U.$.CHOICI RIB M ROUND IONISAV111
Church east of Starke. Rev 20 GALLON PLASTIC GARBAGE CANu.49$1.77
Lovett will be at Boatdraln MEAT STEAKS SSc
tor the first service on Sunday '1 '."CS= PLASTIC SHOE BOXES...._._...!'. 1ACN......VALUE.......:.3/I/ 11.
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Apr. 9. miki year HOME
I ClMwWhilwBriililv ,6 GALLON TRASH BARREL_._! !.!.! uE.....994 USDA U.S.CHOICE IONELISS etUI.

CARD heartfelt OF THANKSOur thanks: to all -- -- DE"WINTERIZE 2814UARt J TIDY.AlL.1!.. !.Y L. t.I.17 CHOICE STEAKS U. 98c:

sympathy who extended and help comforting In our accent __ "f, =- 44 QUART WASTE BIN.............._92.9f: .VALUE. .$ !.OQ 7 *
sorrow. For the 4, li sea Er r a r IR..n a ses L-I site a w ss awl
beautiful
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service: floral offerings, and I : B ', ._ ', ''.jj oUR VINYL GARMENT BAG..........-..S1.9i......YALUE........$1'17: I I
other kindnesses we are Y' 'O SAVI10oAlALEACOOkIDorlAkEIJ
deeply grateful The Jack :. SQUEEGIE WITH HANDLE....,_......UVAlU.........!......59/1. I SLICED 1RUBBER
HAM s aL< 'KG. 59c
Carter .
family. 9 HOUSE I i
MATS..2/$1/ SAV110 FARMER CRAY All MEAT

GRAPH A Ctamifled bring.. Ad* "In""oJt.the.TELJB- Sri aW.. _) ',T y "' RUBBER SINK DIVIDER_ ........EAC.I ...\.2/$1: \!' / I I FRANKS 12 or. PKC. 39c: B I
1I; .. ;
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v' SAVI10.AZALEA'URI'ORICHIAT'N.SlRVI.
4 Spring RUBBER DRAINBOARD MAt..__..'ItAf. ..........2/$1 ; SAUSAGE . a oz. wet 39c c: B

Hows TEFLON PAD & COYER SEt_.._ ,.U .t.66c-. 1 r FYNE SPREO WHIPPED J I.

-e'1.'. Cleaning 44 QUART WASTE BASKET..__&&!YA1E....!..._88 1a ', a 6 STICK OLEO 11. 29c_ : B B
al House* SAVE! 10*IB. MUD CHEDDAR

war. 15 QUART SQUARE, DISH PAN..9'f.YAIUE' !y ._.69 I DAISY CHEESE ..' .. I... 11. 59c: ,I

1 ,. ,_.4... 5.1.1! ... 14 QUART SPOUT PAIL_...._...9E.. ...'......59tl I SAVE 10* 0 FLASH FROZENGROUPER B.1i .

-. .. ..:; -PLAYTEX GLOYES'l' .....\4.98 ..".L...!l.../...1.39 I FILLETS u. 49c R
-------- ----- SAVI10.COOICQUllClnl'
-"' : i: -----------1----; (i J'i' ...w''t' r*( I
Ask 1 : ; CUBE STEAKS *Q 07. 'tr.. 89cff
i .N, .... ;:. ,. ,
'N..UT" 1: i I PRU UT" : ill" 1 I .""" 4na FROZEN ASSORTED B 'B
ChSLrley MERCHANTS GREEN. STAMPS.. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS........ :. ", -. f FARMHOUSE. L sal s-A.r Er r w r.Rr.-a.r r..r sells
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$8 r',.........'oM r.Y. 2-IS..CANSREGHILLt' ... '' Dullr Fresh
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1. ...BIY.b.ey. .Cram....... Pi... : :. ... ...' DOC.).__FOOD. ..(.. : -" /
".._. ."...._..rw4'.-. ... ..... .2.'J'__: _"". """".'"YwN'.".. BAKERY

Johns r \ / 'CR" PIES sk1EANPS CUP CAKESALE \

About this ', '
question: '
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\ ., ;:. PORKLOIN '! PKOO/i
Through the horrible) I RIO.3"< {
travail of war and hunger, SAVE $ MACAROON
the peoples of this world, $ 33 00 MARSHMA1LOW
during the past several COCONUT'ICED 35C59c
generations, seem finally v I 1 t, CHOCOLATE DiVIl ROOD,
to recognize a common r 1 FOR LB.
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humanity a common 15 OZ. 'RES. V t
purpose. Dare "we' hope k r REG. 3/$1.00 RAISIN READ27 Cr
that mankind is at last
on ... .. .
the threshold of .. ----- -- -- -- --- --
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.EARTH GOODWILL :'ii3IJ J"'mII:: e3jIft1:: )": : )"Irm:: ]JftIm.):: :.

TOWARD ALL MEN. 1 ''A yr j I .....ETNA ..-.N.TNNM 'I: /......T.... M.N.N"1 V NN ......NNTNA '_ II .......T.... /1 /.... /NTNA. I: I
Charley E. Johns MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS .II MERCHANTS!!._GRIN. .STAMPS li:: MERCHANTS.GREEN!STAMPS :I MERCHANTS! .GREEN. ST AMPS,, :::: MIR(1IAt! GREEN STAMP' I! MERCHANTS_G 1EN!'!!21S :I
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Agency' ,.: ci I 1QI !: a.o MARGARIN.rQTRS..w..l.C 1',. ....,.. II :.; ..COffEICREAMEIT_., ... ,_ 11 _QIXJ_;..POTATOCHIPS,! .,.. .._, _. :li: CIO_;: ..iNSTANTCOFFEE.. '1:
:3:i t a I :IINNN.Nr_ .. ..HAIRAIRSV1RAY:!.-.a..'.. :.,_. ,_._...I,;: wr.wMNNe-IL.__ i. r1rN..N: .. MU O:6.. : --.'--.--4- -.--.rf".- -----.-4-2.-" ,' .........-.--:...r.wwN.-4114'PAOB Y .- :.TI'"
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