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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 13, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 13. 1967 NUMBER FORTY-TWO




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Shaw said Wednesday
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Bradford's freshman Rep. -

Supt. W. M.: Allen, left, and Bradford CD Director Frank William* he expects to be a busy man in Tallahassee for Utility CrackdownAll

I discuss! merits of the new North Florida Area CD Center now nearing the next few months having been appointed to six

completion. committees a responsibility given very few legislators.:

; ', .' Shaw is a member of committees -
:. 11':' :' on Ad Valorem Taxation Council decreed in der Section 24-7 of the City
I sot' ;. \:} ", > ; redistribution of the seven delinquent utility City a
; \ '. ' and Loans, Finance and Tax- the .
? increase homestead exemptionand ago when Utility Depart
May 1 service will be
or
ation, Insurance and Work- exempt those 65 and over. afternoon. ment was created. In effect:,
man's Compensation, and a move to allow voting pollsto discontinued, the Starke The action was taken unBradford the charter says the city clerk

:-m: Judiciary Aid. remain open until 0 p. m., shall mall utility bills on the
Just about every piece of and much discussed teacherpay first of each month, send out

er major legislation will .pass Increase. .- second notices on the llth

through one or the other of Shaw pointed< to the "much of the month, which meaNt
those six committees and the Education ( :' the bills are due by the 1OU
celebrated" Florida
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District 17 House member will Association proposal which is I'." :' :I. On the 21st the clerk will

r have a say on them before present a delinquent list toWe
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estimated will cost $277 ,
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they reach the floor. :..." .. "' meter readers for collec-
lion and another teacher pay ::0 .... .< .
Of the 269 bills introducedto '. I'' tion for service to be discon
raIse bill introduced by Speaker .
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date Shaw listed four currently 'i tinued.
Walkerof .
Pro Tern Lorenzo .. .
under much discussion- "All we are doing Is enforcing -
Naples as heading the list l'' ; .', .. _, .....,.,, ..-.. an ordinance alreadyon
In the school issue. :
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the books, says Councilman : -
Berries "At this time I give little .. Merrltt Williams chairman -
chance for this (the
measure of the Utilities Committee. -
,. FEA proposal] to pass in its The council requested

Supt. Clyde Ilersey of Triest. Construction- Co.-: fills.n. in. Capt.: James Past Peak] present form," Shaw said, that City Clerk Merrill Edwards -
meaning it will have to be cut adhere to the enforce-
Bloodworth right commander of Co. D (Maint.) 53rd Spt. Bn., on details -
But he has pledged his sup- ment plan, but extended the
I of the new armory. Strawberry shipmentsreached port to Walker's bill HB 30 deadline to :May 1 because

a peak during: the if the county's ad valorem of the short notice of the de-

New Look On Edwards Rd.Edwards past seven days with 66,554 taxes: do not have to be Increased cision. Bills would ordinarilybe
flats shipped from the Lawtey He said Walker told At f Lr delinquent on the 21st of

market and through the him the bill would, be finan- ,the month.

Starke auction, ThIs figure ced totally with state funds, The council first met with
Road in south be case from a mold made by James Bloodworth company: does not Include berries hand but George Dabba. FEA president City Attorney George Pierce

Starke has a new look: these Harris and Harris and together commander. In a relieved man- led at the Starke market and who has visited Shaw Monday afternoon then wentto

days even to the most casual cost around: $1.500. nor not sold through the auction. half dozen times said it would City Hall and called a surprise -
observer with both the new The 19,880 square foot arThe 165 by 124 foot concrete Lawtey reported 38,326 flatsduring cost Bradford County $43,000 special meeting to put

National Guard Armory and) rqoriy; \ is going up at a cost of block and brick faced building the period, April 6-11. and the FEA proposal would their declson on record. Clerk'

the new Area Civil Defense 221648. It will house the 195 contains offices classrooms, while the Stark auction coal Bradford $120,000, r Edwards was out when the

emergency center substantially men of Co. D r Maint] 53rd restroom, showers, and a 7,000 handled 18,228 flat duringthe Shaw said Walker's bill council arrived at the city

complete a total of $323,000 In Support Battalion. square foot drill hall. It Is being same period. FIgures are would' give $1,050 raises to hall, but arrived shortly

new construction.The "We needed a new armory constructed with joint fed- not available yet on berries Rank I, n. and HI teachers, a thereafter for the meeting.
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armory Is approximately a long, long time" sighs Capt. (Contlnu.i; Gn Page Two] handled at Starke for several $1,400 Increase to Rank III "Whatever' they wish: it

75 per cent complete and buyers who also grow berries continuing contract teachers, nulls me," was Edwards' reaction -
and do not sell through the to the
the area CD emergency operations and an $1.800 Increase, to Wednesday, -
center between 85 and 90 auction. $6.800. to Rank III continuing ultimatum.
per cent complete. Most of thework Board Meets With AuditorBradford's Hot sun and continued dry contract teachers with 10 years .. In urging the action, Councilman -
build- weather are contributing factors Williams said In the
remaining in both experience..
to a decline in quality meeting Monday. "This situation -
ings is interior finishing the Redistribution of the seven
County Commission after the meeting, adding that and volume of berries and the has to be remedied. It,
most tlme-consumlnf portionof would
cents gasoline tax so it
met with a state auditor the auditor< clarified the situ a- peak of production, has been la time we draw ,a hard*,feat.. -
the Jobs. Wed<\>esttax,,_,nM>rnlng .In .a, ,lion" ,.. ,,. .. : _. ,' passed ... :,. .. .. go: back to the.county from, line on payment; 'of.: utility
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'TI,. lSnlt,, snuarefooffattout a
which collected
closed session to secure clarlAa Chairman Shuford and Receipts for the week at it was ; r4 war r tills and stop running! credit
shelter will house theNoith Introduced the
fication of what constitutes Commissioner Jerome Johns Stark and Lawtey are estimated measure by l business.
Florida Area CD ,personnel would '
delegation
"private ,work." contended last' week the test at more than $175,000) Dade County "The way' to do it Is to fol.
on a day-to-day basis Brought on by constant reshould be whether a road ben- (again not including non-auc- drastically cut the secondaryand J low the ordinance and grant
with three personnel but that in
quests to grade roads to chlcketlta the general public and tion berries at Starke). primary road programs no exceptions," he added.
would jump quickly to 46 Incase en farms, the private work the county as a whole, not Dally reports from Lawteywere small and middle-sized counties Clerk Edwards agreed to

of a nuclear emergency.In nemesis cropped up last week lust one or two people. : Shaw says .... :" abide by the decision but
event of natural or ,.. .
the at the Board's regular session. Shuford said that moving Apr. 6-8.125 flats; avg. $288 But his "hopes have\ brigh- again requested that the council -

man-made disaster recovery Clerk, Charles Darby suggested road or grading, them to privately Apr 7-0.877 flats; avg. $3.00 tened" in the last few days Berries SampledBradford's place a two-way radio In
and relief operations will be that the auditor be requested owned' farms or residences Apr. 8-5.806 flats; avg $3.10 since more and more legislators his office to allow him to ben

directed and coordinated from to meet with the Board to does constitute private Apr. 9--6,144 flats; avg. 9300 from middle-sized coun- Queen, Miss.. Patty / constant contact with. his
the center by Area CD Director clarify the situation and the work. The old belief that if a Apr. 10-2,632 flats; avg. $2.95 ties realize how their voters National Strawberry ,meter readers
Walter K. Murphrey, session took place yesterday man deeds the county prop- Apr. 11-6,203 flats; avg. $3.00 will be affected, the Bradford Ilemlloy of Ocala. gave 2,400 samples of the county'. favorite The council apparently went

covering an area of 18 NE morning. erty up to his house, the Apr. 12-6,449 flats; avg. $3.00 legislator said. fruit to shopper" and tourists. Saturday In an exhibition. at along with the request although -

Florida counties. The press was 'barred from county can legally build him Starke Report One bill has been introducedto the new Winter Park Mall. there was no formal

Walls of the shelter are 17 the meeting since auditors say a road Is simply nottrue, he Dally figures from the change the present home- Sampling the luscious fruit above are Mr. and Mr. Dallas. motion; on a suggestion by

inches thick according to Harris such rulings are not within said Starke auction: stead exemption law to exempt D. Swords. Guntersvlile Ala.. an Queen Patty carries, out her Councilman Williams:

and Harris Supt. W. M. their jurisdiction, but should The Commission stopped Apr. 8!--3,092 Hats; avg $3.21 persons 65 and over first official! l dutlue us Strawberry Queen. Potty: traveled "ThIs( thing bas gone on 'along

Allen, constructed of concrete properly come from the Atprivate work two years ago Apr. :6-2,574 flats; avg. $3.SO from all ad'.: valorem taxes. of South Florida' where she I* a freshman time It will take cooperation -
block filled with solid concrete. torney General when Shuford, Johns and for- Apr. 7-2,828 flats; avg. $3.01 Shaw says. Another would from the University' to solve ltd and If It
The ceiling is 12 inches of "We'll operate just like mer Commissioner George Apr 8-2,673 flats; avg $3.16 double the exemption, from to meet' Bradford's Martha Sue McCain, extension home takes a radio to help Implement

solid concrete and! steel. we've been doing" Chairman Roberts formed the majority Apr. 1-( ,659 flats; avg. $3.23 $5,000 to 10000. but also economist, and Chamber Executive SecrtUtry. Pete Novak, this policy, I say let him

The $102,400 building including Dave Shuford said Wednesday of the Board. Apr. 11 -3,405 flats; avg $3.18 (Continued on Page Two) and his wife. have it." _

furnishing and all -_._-- R_' Councilman Orle Wiggins
will have two air-conditioning stated "It is understood,

systems and an emergency Info then that all unpaid accounts
But
Volunteer
Necessary
w power system.: The shelter is to Says Legislation will be declared delinquent by

be completely self-sufficient May I." Edwards replied that", 1 r

with small cormitirles for personnel he would go along with the

facilities, ,cooking a small and Infirmary eating Yawn Commends Kirk On Highway CrackdownCounty : Would\ Be Help"Our policy council"if) want.that's what yon (the

as well as office areas for Some delinquent accountswill
Job would be twice as
administration, communications be "pretty embarrassingto
radiological! defense and Judge T. A. Yawn some courts." The Legislature was urgedo quate program In the Interestof eelefls killings on our street easy. ," Deputy Sheriff Dolph collect," Edwards aldWedne.day.

operations. Actual: construction said yesterday. that he plan In his executive order, issued t develop and puns an ada- public safety to halt "sen- and highways"r Reddish said Monday Informa-If citizens !- citing as an ex-

cost will be around $83- ned to write Gov. Claude Kirk Tuesday, Coy Kirk asked would volunteer to have ample retired persons who
commending him on his driveto /she courts to impose a fine of tion they may happen live on a small set social security -
000.Wan when crime has been committed -
construction took lUO: crackdown on traffic violations not less than $100 or more a. pension. It will be diffi-
tons of material and 375 tons but pointing out that than $ OO. and suspension of cult for such persons to dou-
do is hit the
"All we can
were required for the roof one of the Governor's recom- driving privileges for not less Reddish ble up or pay even three or
said referring -
high spots
deck. The pair of U-shaped mendations would require new than six months for person four bills in one month he
to the harsh fact that
canopies in the photo had to legislation before It could be guilty of driving while intox- Bradford County tills only four said, plus another bill that
put Into practice. icated. will be mailed out on May 1,
fulltlme deputies for the entire
The Governor recommended Utility deposits were also discussed -
Judge Yawn said he has county, which means that only
Open House a 30-day license suspension for been Imposing a minimum fine two are on duty at any given at Monday's meetingas
any person caught driving In of $ISD or 60 days in jail for time. But the fact is In Bradford -' a means of cutting downon
At excess: of 25 miles per hour shove .- first oifenders on intoxication County, as In large cities louses from nonpayment.The .
the posted speed limit. charge., but cannot suspend r Rr which continually make news council talked of Increasing

Public Library Yawn said, however, that under their licenses under present t r+ these days, people are reluct- deposits! on electric service
present. statutes the courts hand from, $13 to $25 and on gas
an.t to lend a helping
Saturday April 15 have authority to suspend licenses law.For any subsequent convic- when someone Is' In dwtresa from $10 to 115, so the new
only In cages Involving !< deposit for both would total
tion for driving while Intoxi- ,wF or a crime has 'been committed -
Local Art Exhibit drunken driving or man- cated within two years of the ._ __ w he added. $40. No action was taken Monday -
,i' but It Is expected,
per-
slaughter."It ,
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first conviction, Gov. Kirk Each from
deputy averages
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Sponsored Dy will require new legislation recommended a mandatory jail 13: to 20 calls per day, Reddish haps at the next regular council -

Junior Woman's Club / for us to suspend licenses sentence of ten days and a A says and there simply Is meeting. next Tuesday,
18.Council's
for excessive speed alone," fine of not more than $::500, ; pAy ; not time enough to spend on April
At The Library Judge Yawn said plus revocation of license.Judge ; anyone case. For example, action Mondaywas

"Otherwise, the Governor's Yawn said that while two rolls of fence wire valuedat the first move made aftera
April 17-22 last week In which
recommendations are fine," present statutes do not per- nearly $40 were stolen froma meeting
In Observance Of the Judge continued," and represent mit revocation of license for field last week. The Sheriff City Auditor George Dander.

NATIONAL in general practices speeding offenders, the court "* Department will have to lake, under questioning from
that I have been out to the theft, a the council, disclosed that the
carrying can levy points against the ,, ... dig up leads)
LIBRARY WEEK for 14 business. when city's books are not kept according -
years. driver's license. At present, i time consuming
Judge Yawn has long held a no more thAn six points can shooting In the dark to correct municipal
This Space Contributed reputation for dealing firmly be levied on a speeding charge, '4 Often, all an Investigatorneeds accounting procedures

Weekly to Publicize with traffic law violators and and a total of 12 points is re- ,. Is one tip to set off a Oandelike recommended that

Community Events by blames much of the indifference quired for suspension of lie STAR Student Teacher RecognizedBradford chain reaction which ultimate. an accountant be hired to setup
of the public on the weak cen.. ly leads to the culprit. But the books In the proper

The CommunityState sentences Imposed by some Gov. Kirk also called on the that one tip Is often missed manner. The same meeting
Bank court Florida Highway Patrol' to Increase -" High's' STAR .student Jim Godwin, and STAR teacher Athletic Director unless someone volunteers the also brought' out a $26.008

''"The public doe. not realize its surveillance by air- David Ilurse were presented plaquee 'laot Thursday by the Board of Governors Information he has. Reddish reserve account for uncollected

Accounts now Injured that traffic violations are a craft of traffic on the highways of the Bradford Chamber of Commerce In recognition' of their achievements." say*. utility accounts in the audit

up to SI5,000 by criminal offense," Judge Yawn and urged county and Left to right' are O of C President David Coats", who presented the vwards", Godwin "If people would stop foot and the which for the ended 1966-67 Sept.fiscal 30.' Partial year
realize that
said "and this attitude la due municipal authorities to broaden ..tandsrfor Student taxpayers
STAR
Federal Deposit Insurance Coach Hume, and Superintendent Tom Carney. bill," the deputy declared. payment of utility account
in to the mUd their enforcement activitiesIn
manner
part Teacher Achievement Recognition, an annual award first presented. three year Two
Corp. In which they are treated in the traffic field. [Continued On Page Twol r Continued On Page
ago' by the Chamber.

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T11TJRSDAV.. APRIL 13. 1D67
i STARKE. FLORIDA ,',
TELKHItAI'll.
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'- .. "' at Bradford
-lam Injures
.J r i I where minor
I Mrs. T D Dyal returned ,Mrs.' J.'Brliardyland, ;,! t :: daughters !: Mr. and Mrs. George Renton the uncollected accounts list I MapReadingAnd ford;! County condition Hospital was reported I County Hospital and damage
and San- of Belleville Mich., wero I from the City Clerk to ef- her was estimated at
last I, week after six weeks visit 1 1In Jayna and June,, satisfactory.( She to her car
II with Mr. and 4 lira: Register and Martha Dennis weekend guests of Mr. and fect collection or discontinue I Wednesday as recklessdriving $70(). No charges were filed.
IJ I Panama City Speeding charged! with I
/ J will attend Student and Mrs. R. E. Firth. service by the last day of the was
J Mrs. Joe Ellerbee. Her daughter month in which he receives the I wilful and wanton.
T. A.,
Parent Day at Tlft College, Nolin Woodburn,Judge
Mrs. Marie McDuvld of Drl! unColleoted account list. Cause WrecksThree and with operating vehicle
visited her on Forsyth Qa., over the week- Yawn, Jr.. Bob Firth and I state! SCHEDULEOF
Gainesville, with improper lout of
end. They will be joined by D. W. Whlffen were flahlnfr SERVICES
GLADYS MOOTY Sunday of Miss Janet Hardy of the Uni- at IIOn4asaaSA over the week accidents Involving license. Her car was classed asa
Emma Stevenson
Mrs Shaw total wreck.
964-760& Mr. versity of Georgia.Mr. Appointedto property damage! of almost $4- -
Phone Jacksonville was visiting end.Mrs.. Olson, attended Mack Lane Ortffl. of Law-
and Mrs Tyler Jones Titus reported by the
-. and Mrs. R. A. Colson on 000, were charged with 'failureto ST. EDWARD'S, CHURCH
Conference( on teiy, was
and granddaughter, Kathy the Coaching Florida Highway. Patrol in
Sunday.S. Green, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leadership at the Methodist 6 Committees since last ;yield right of way as a result SUrke
Local admittances to Bradford Among those attending the E. Brown of Cordele: Ga. Charles Godfrey In Aiken, S. C. Youth Camp in Leesburg from Bradford County of an accident 1.2 miles Sunday. Mass: 9:1S: a. m.
Hospital this Art Show at Cedar Key over L. M. Stoner ofOco.la. Friday. U. S. 301 ( .
County Mr. and Mrs. to Thursday. north of Lawtey on Thursday Mase: 8:3'p: m.
the weekend.Mr. Tuesday the
the weekend were Mr. and over The most spectacular of
'include: Mrs. Fern G. and Mrs. Norman afternoon. Miraculous, Medal Novena
week last Friday :
Mr Bwell Lawson One,: ]
and rcontlnuel From Page 1983
Mr. Fred Bennett, Milliard lot was! one> involving a
Thomas
of
Jacksonville) and children that
Wells of Rigdon Trooper Wade reported Saturday, 7 p. m.
:Dowllng of Raiford; Jose Mor- Judd Mrs. Millie Simmons. Mandarin were weekend vis- were In Savannah her Qa.sister, on Utility Bills would exempt those, 65 and Volvo sedan, driven by Mrs. Grtffls, traveling north at- Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7
visiting
Sunday
Mrs. Crewot
Middleton,
O'NealJ Miss Madge Evelyn Maxwell !
Hampton; Sam of Mr. and Mrs. George left turn
eira of itors B. Walker who is in tempted to make a p. m.
;Mrs. A.
Ad- Marguerite Corn Mr. and Mrs. over.The Starke. Driving north on U. S.
of Putnam Hall; Arthur E. Brown bill to keep tl-i polls in front of a Petroleum Car- WILLIAM'S CHURCH
kins of Lake Butler; Mrs. Bill Costello and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Forbes and Mrs Ann the' hospital III and open until to &'p. m. Is aimedat 301, Just south of Starke, Mrs. rier Corporation tanker. The ST.
:Mrs. Al H. Harley fita
Due 1 1t Hel
John Simmons. By May to pees a car Keystone
Crews, Kenneth Hayes Crews attempted outside
Evelyn Roberts of Gainesville were benefiting workers whodon.t Impact occurred in the
children of ;Merrltt Islandpen.t
Mrs. Sarah Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Moon aa she was traveling In the In Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m.
:Mrs. Ruth Barton, Saturday' visitors of Mr. and to get off until 6:30: p. m. lane and the Orlffls car was
Sunday
Dorothy Moore, and Mrs. M:..,'rtard Jones of Thursday side lane at a speed estimated Novena: 7 p. m.
Mrs.
Reynolds tt. f.: and :Mr. and Mrs Leo Champion. with her parents, Mr. and MrS] One] oof after ShawVoluntarily said. knocked 87 feet, comln:? to rest
Hester ZoKowskl Mrs:i Poland, (Continued From Page by State Trooper J. K. Wade, ST. MA ..Y'S CHURCH
Mrs Mrs R. R. Chism underwent Barney McRae, and Mr. and across the median. The- tanker
Mary Jackson Mrs. Ruth Reynolds Mrs. Clyde recent Estes of Aurora.of surgeiv" Thursday In the Mrs. Lonnie Harley. They and establishment of' a trust as more than 85 miles per traveled 437 feet before stop- Maeclenny
Ind. guests
: Mrs. Joan Solze;: Mrs. and were Mrs. Eldon Kimmons. Alachua General Hospital.! were Sunday evening supper fund for utility deposits were Info hour. ping. Oriffls was slightly injured Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.
Mr.
Griffls Mrs. Crews
Zenas Wade! said that
Charlotte Green Mr.' and Mrsv James Black- Charles Reese Beth Jor- guests of Dr. and-Mrs. Barney also points at and Lon o.Starling,. all of Walker ftndMa.rvln oilmen aimed their inquiry. ran off the left of the pave- at POINT for the
shear were visiting their son, dan, Wayne-' McRae Jr., in Lake City. Mcles was estimated $2- TUB RIGHT
Starke.Mr. attended :In his defense, Clerk Ed- (Continued from Onel"It' ] ment on to median strip traveled Come In
Blackshear, at Tomlinson Mrs. :Marc Jackson and Page the way you write.
of Pvt, Jimmy
W. Miner feet off and along the 000.The
Mrs. H. 290
and School at the At- wards says the delinquent list favorite ES-
Fort Beittiing. Go. over the High Day daughter visited her parents, third accident OCCUI'reo and Bttlert your
of
Ohio are guests *. their fight too, it'severybody's pavement came back on the
.
Akron weekend. lanta Christian College In Mr. and Mrs. H. E.: Smith in became fouled up during the :! Monday, afternoon, 0 TFRBROOK fountain pen.
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams Mrs. E. K. Perryman spent East Point. 1a. from Thurs- Williston over the weekend.Mrs. three years the billing and business' pavement for 73 feet then ran miles south of Starke on U. TELEGRAPH.
ten days. Also visiting He also noted that many off the left side again travelIng -
for Parker and collection of the utility accounts -
Barbara
and day to Saturday.Mr. Charles 8. 301 when Mrs.
last Friday Saturday'withMr.
Willlftnfs- over the week times- people will remain quiet before retui to
245 Ing
the and. Mrs. Comer Ferryman and Mrs. B, E. Smith children of Cocoa were visit were turned overto the feet I W. Hennequln, of St. Peters
_. Mrs. Link Is committed '
"M> and when a crime the pavement for 195 feet roll
were : : Jacksonville. In Jacksonville. of Savannah Ga., Mr.' and: ing Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells newly created Utility DepArtment I burg decided to check: a road
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of against someone they know
ton Taylor l Jr. and the Utilities Com- ing over two complete turna.
Prevatt Mrs. W. P. ourgeots of Gainesville and family over the weekend. I map while driving and ran
Seaman Stephen ,
Is a patientla but when the same thing happen '
frank Barker The can then left the right .
council. Admit-
of the
mittee
who has'beed'transferred' from Mr and:' Mrs. Charlie James Burnham of Largowas off the left side of the pave- .
Hospital. to' them "then
the Lake' City VA ; they side of the pavement on to the 'blllIncetcnwn.'
the week- Whiting:, Field In Milton to Smith and Mrs. Hazel Rice of vlHitlng his mother, Mrs. ting that some accounts are holler!I""We I ment, onto the median strip. : '"
Terri Smith spent right shoulder of the highwayfor ..
end with hen grandparents, Memphis. Tenn.. waa home for Hawthorne and Mrs. Gary E... Pearl Edwards over the week- several months behind Ed- just don't: have enmigh. 164 feet, coming to rest She traveled 144 feet off the I...)
wards points out that he has
Bolden, 'at theweekend.. HiWebran of Daytona Beach to do the alone pavement, then crossed! over ( I
people job
btu and Mr* Jerry end.Mrs. been In charge of collectingthem 19 feet from the pavement lyIng -
Mrs. Virginia Smith was and their children were Saturday Edna Hart, :Mrs. Ella the pavement, diagonally.
:Florsbome. Reddish says In pleading for' on Its right side. Better Home Furniture,Co.
since last
:Miss Beverly Tyson of Maul- visiting, her aunt, Mrs. J. E. guests of Mr. and Mrs., Moody and Mrs. Edith Chrie- when only the council transferred August help from John Q. Public. Mrs. Crews! was thrown 12 I from left to right traveling 1200 S. Edgwood Ave.

.a guest-of Mis Wilson over the weekend. Mrs. Shi Smith on Crosby LakeShores < ,tlansen were Sunday dinner 342 fet off the rtehc: : shoulder Jacksonville. Florida 33305
din S. C.was > them back to hlmj feet from the car and was
the past Smith will leave Friday for They attended the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grover I I until colliding with a util-
Williams
Brenda Asked Wednesday how New Look On treated for Injuries hi: Brad-
Ford In Jacksonville.Mr. many
visit
Los Angeles Calif to Elaine Cnlson-Robert Smith ity pole. She was treated. for
week. her daughter and family for wedding that evening. and Mrs. M. S. Hayesof accounts are delinquent// Ed- Edwards Road
Mr. and Mrv;' R.- L. Carter- wards said' that information ..
weekend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Langs- Gainesville were Sunday

guests of Tampa of'Mr.were and Mrs. H.. K. George Hamilton .U confined ton of Manning, S. C. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. would April 21 not unless be available someone wouldgo until [Continued Worn Patfa! Onel \ r'1: --- -- -p
Hayes.
: !In Alachua General visiting Mrs. Arlen McKnightt11e
Tyus. to the trouble of going eral and state monies
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cronk- appropriated -
Hospital with compound first of last week.
Mrs. N; K. Hurst returnedto fractures of his arm and Mrs Eldon Farber, Miss hite and family of Jacksonville through his files and pulling In 1962. >Because of $0 KROEKLER SLEEPorCONGESCotnpM

her home' In Indianapolis were Sunday evening, every card for examination.The the difference in the time of I ,r + ,M NAe? h nr
wrist aftel.'a 16 foot fall] froma Delia. Rosenberg, and Mrs e
Ind. on ]Mondayafter two clerk Is required under the the r
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. appropriation and actual -I
tree last Wednesday even- attended the district a+
weeks visit .with her mother, Desta Dyal George Huggins.Mrs. Section 24-7 of the city char letting of the bid to Triest SfyV.
Ing. His arm will have to remain three BPW meeting at
Mrs. W. S. Slade. Mrs. Slade traction N. L. Woodburn and ter to have a delinquent list Construction Co. of Keystone'' Color s*! *l
In for three the Thunderbird Motel In
also had as Sunday guests, Mr; Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. were prepared on the 21st. Heights many extras had to
and Mrs. Will Slade anddaughters' weeks. Jacksonville during the week- Section 21-7 ot' the charter
Mrs. In Winter Park Sunday visit ,be trimmed to meet Increased
Mr. and R. L. Speng-
of Ga states
Baxley :
end.Miss ing Mr. and Mrs. Keith costs.
:Mrs.: Clyde Sinclair and ler and Mr. and Mrs. William'j. Lynn Bees of the University -
Reeves. "The billing of utility con- All equipment was cut from
Spengler of St. Augustine of Florida and Jlmmrv :
daughter,, Evelyn, will be
John McGoon of Jacksonvillewas sumer accounts shall be under the kitchens for Instance.
of :Mrr and Mrs: Wood- were Saturday visitors of Rltch of Jacksonville spent
guests
a weekend guest of his the supervision of the City It has a repair garage to
Maj. and Mrs. V. J. Speng- with Grace<
the weekend Mrs.
Vkkers In Orlando over !
row uncle. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Clerk. The City Clerk shall service the company's' 70( vehicles -

the weekend,: ler. Ritch. J. C. Fogg. place bills in the mall by the and a large area will ..

Gary Farber and. Eddie. Mrs...J. R. Kite was visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thom- 1st of each month and shall be paved In both front and y K ,

Brown of Murray State UnVverslty. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins and son of St. Elmons Island aa were visiting his sister, deliver to the meter readerson rear for parking. r r '

Ky are home this. In Pelham. Ga over the and Mrs Robert Kelly and Mrs. Charles Fowler, In the the 21ht day of each montha i M.y'' S 8 8rJ

week for spring holidays. weekend.! son of Gainesville vere visIting hospital at Winter Park on complete list of each uncollected _,,

Mlm Judy Ellington andMrs. Mrs. Lois Walden of Meri their parents Mr. and Sunday. I utility account. The un- $

: RhodA Dampier were'Sat- dian.. Miss.. la spending two Mi's. Charles Schrnjtt over Mrs. R. E., Firth'spent Tuesday collected accounts mean those RECREATIONNEWS : .w..,n 'Y j 'Ovtfy, 1 S DOWN

Pday evening guests of Mrs. weeks with her son-in-law and the weekend to Friday of last week not collected by the 21st ot h. r '" r3f A W.11 '

Beulah Moody and Mrs.c Joan daughter, Mr. and Mrs David .- Candy Woodburn, Judy with her daughter. Miss: Diane I each month pertaining to 1

Bennett at Silver Lake. Coats. Broughton. and Deedee De '' Firth, at St. Petersburg Junior utilities. The meter readers ,

- Angelis were at Daytona [ College. shall proceed upon receipt of ,
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.. Beach on Sunday.. GARDEN AND NOEGEL'S .

Starke Plaza Mayor OPEN WITH Carl Hurst WINS threw out '


: 1 the 1967 Men's first ball Softball to start Season the /Badcochb, : INJIQIRLGIB ]f fI


II| Tuesday night, and the de-I { \
:* fending, League'' champions,
( the Year ; .. It ":
Jf' Garden Restaurant '-" -' ,
pro I t : : : -.Wj, WORK SAVING ._. '::', .:.

I ceeded to wallop Register OH 1 1'A"! ;. ) '. .'\\ ...-:, "
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('' Register errors contrlbu- I 1"1':,'.">-.-:cy: .' ..} -- ""' =-"jj"".{ \, .,
"ted .
;scor-ing : j } : at'moneysaying priceS : \ .
r but the winners did rap I .iI, .: : ', .. ,
': out 17 base .. tilf.R.j.k.'NI.Lp % ;tE4kr t "::1 % ,,'I'; ;Jl ...o"f. ';
hits with theI 1 :'i .
LADIES STRETCH DENIUl2( PAIR '"' !i ., : "
SPECTACULAR PURCHASE OF I Oilers picked up 12. Town-', :l.,' 'Y."""" r,1,J',, ,.. 1. t.ii-f: ddjP Se7f11',IIn.NI} {.' (LIU."J";''pTIM11"' '' ". "" : "IJo'1 (-1 k .tvA'-.

send Strickland paced! \ -- :., ..... 'f'l, 1 \ 'r'r'0'\ ,. ijo.- /
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:' JAMAICA' \ SHORTS $$3.<10 I I den with 4 safeties.Noegel's I II ... 31o' ...),. ... .'.,. 4. :\. ... .-...\ ;,.r1f1 "..!tiyt/ ,1..Ctt'o: ;. 1'I frltP.' ,; I ,,, '.' 4: t !.:-' ',!ii '
i Auto Sales startedoff ''I 'I 1UJI" / '
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L E EV E ASSORTED COLORS in top form with a 12-2'' DOWN "I' t.u J.J' f""' ge.5arfeta4: 'I' jJj,. \

Sizes up to 18 ,I I win over Florida Pct>t Con-'' A f'l Ylt.l.LIHCU..J+....4\tlLtR... t ..:, ..ie4".,...... :'. : '' -:., ; ..,. '";.' \, '

i I trol. The Auto boys did most]I III *"S IJ' 1Wr543Smre' -VJ -u,f '... .** : :JJ ----- ... '" .
of their damage In ; ', .- .1.>, :J-- >, "" ".cl.991'f '
i, the early ii.iHAa 'Wf": ::! ,,, ,"I '.' :
,, LADIES 'ACRILIC[ LOWEST PRICE EVERKNIT innings scoring 5 In the .- .. ;j1.-C T'" \>/ .' '. :
first ; 'I\IJ'
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s H 1 R I S and 4 In the second. Noegel's :. .,tt"t" ',.:..'I, lp, 4..,."'.'r"2tiw: \ ., '. "lI" :. '..' ',@' u.. ..." '. -..
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d'ge.X10 : SHELLS $ : outhlt Pest Conrtol 13-8. :M' :t"L", .,.... ; ,h. ..h......t.\. ; jI'
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a b i Schedule: .'' -..,. -c? '* 'ti. : r.W. .:... v&ut&tE &. 11. :'JAllUC.I.t>!, "l/;,: ". ''AC.'I.Uf'u.. .
teay Sizes S M L Thursday Apr 13- -Florldft> r "., ,( -/ } ..': .'
b1 EACH MANY BRIGHT V ntANT COLORS Pest Control vs Register Oil .
REG. 1.99
7:13.: Oarden vs Noegel 8:48'Tuesday I
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35 6' | Apr. 18 -Regis- Jy .113-' n itt,le .. ,
:
a NEW SUMMER< Entire stock ,
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< vs Noegel.! 7:19.: Pest Con- -" ...
bp# Complete Size Range Reg. $2.99 trol vs. Garden, 8:49.: : 1 ddcocfe> .. b 4 4' ..r.f.f:',...,.."fTREMEND'OUS' ..,...

( WOMEN'S SOFTBALLThe I IUR"'TURE" oneS APPUANCU.. .' w: '.
y. vIl SLEEPWEAR\ \ 2 for $ e00 Women's Softball League (": .-;- t."' r** i 1 1CE"VALUES
I''
y i } met April 10 to make T'i .. '

: Shortr' I* S U plans for 1967. The league! 1!!! f A.rp'f[ 'it !r.M..Ij' .-

will be composed of possibly'', '; \ ..j. ) ifl : :: n, .

Shorty Gowns Waltz Length Mix"'n Match five teams, and leagua: games. I : .Ii; .. ... t.'q # .. ,V

a will be played on Monday .
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.c+, r I FOR I4- LADIES AND CIIILDRENS CANVAS I meeting and Friday'will nights.be held The Monday\ next ..T'nr,. _DORMEYEREQIJR- / -

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night, Apr. 17. thedeadline M
TENNIS SHOES for team entry. !' ,:t
s 88Cpn. i I
r't PONY LEAGUE !

: '{ Asct.! Colors All boys ages! 13.; 14; and I '* t" .D41Mp f rxr 0 i bOWM f'' MWE8X j jseonN.r

IS, who I
Sizes up to 10 are Interested In1
participating in the' I
Pony
1.59 EACH
ti League Baseball
program
MENS\ VINYL
should register Starke I
at the
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CheckilAvril -
> O SlUs, PrlnU, C r r
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Recreation '
Center starting 1 7 h+i/4MM -

:h r. I : l & Cftltonl WORK OXFORDS $$2.88 Monday. Apr, 17.BANTAM .BOYS I 1 : 3941.

4' 100% Combed ollonr! Sizes 6'/j' thru 10 Registration for Bantam'' 'd a,. 1. :.t Yifld't'c' .I*,+' +w(+ Jr fl rv.rt.1., '

rr"t" t #+ Woven Gingham Checks Boys Baseball will close Fri I tO ; sl.'re'f : ,'; !,.,', ) .'+c3 ,4 d ,aa'fa1 .aIR'i'Kt Li.

c .i+ Convertible Colossi NOW AT CARP'S FOR THE MEN day, Apr. 14. All boys Interested I ht t : 0
In playing.; must register I inn
rAr,1 i SHORT SLEEVE. 100% NYLON TRICOT '
Bermuda Collanl by this date. I ITJe '

I',., 4yr '._1 Nock With Zipper BacVICnas DRESS STYLE, WHITE BLUE i II I 'B .o mA',IR,RSPECfdtS'f S 0'1f'f '
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0 0,k 3 4' f I > WaihobUI* lie:"la Completely NYLON SHIRTS ,$$2-2? TTIE-y yon'RIGHT write.POINT Com for In and the I ,


3' Woof '... In .f Cull! AD Slylu! Sizes liyt thru 17 Meet your favorite ESTKH- .'f ly qr BROOK oontaln pen. TEUJGKAFII. !- u e fiyi k

3 rb 4 SInS COME IN SHOP OUR SELECTION OF ix6uit.CHOICRECLINtR Ts

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i i DRESSES : THE BRADFORD '!( <* '

x \ r $5-00. COUNTY TELEGRAPH $6n95fr :

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Published every Thursdayat I
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NOW! NEW SELECTION OF MANY Stark, Fla. 32091

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ONLY ATCARP'S, AND- ONLY ,JEA. '''In trade area: $4.0O per-. $ Mb wy.p .

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Outside trade area: $-.30 I .. ..-...... +r.r..5. j.-.. aw.a. _4

e i ;l I OPEN ALL DAY EVERY DAY FRIDAY per year; $2.50 six months. 128 S. Walnut StreetITermitn Phone 961-5289

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THURSDAY.. APRIL. 13. .iaoGLADYS...'. BRADFORD COUNTY TEtJEGRAPH.: 8TAW1CW. FtORTO ____ __ ... ... PAGE TJTOEB:


1 Miss Colson .' r Junior Woman's St. Mark's Women I Guard unit, gave an InterestIng I Chamber' will attend the FlorIda
A htotory of military units Industrial Development
Honored With Club CompetingFor Hosted At 4 (one time known a* Home I Conference In Orlando on AprlC"*

Grider Home I Guards) in Starke since Civil 19. Those planning to attendare
i Linen Shower I Awards
e War days. The local unit haa I J. R :Bullington, S, L.
grown until it now consists of Peek Jr., H. H. Everett, and
Woman's Club Mrs Kenneth Grider was
Miss :Margaret\ Colson, bride- The Junior
i
103 enlisted men, warrant officers P. J. Novak, _
hostess to the Women of St -
elect of April 21, was complimented ot SUrke U one of SO Floridawomen's
MOOTY with a linen, shower clubs competing for Mark's Episcopal Church Mon- and commissioned officers A motion to rescind theboard'
day night at her home in Bloodworth said. recent endorsement of
General Federation -
last Thursday night given by honors in the
Phone 964-7608 I Mrs Tony Green and Miss of Women's Clubs Green Acres. He also showed an Interest- a change to Daylight Saving
6 told of Ing display of used Time was defeated by a vote
Annette Morris at the home and Shell Oil Company Ed- Members were the weapons
Memorial Day I of the latter in Gainesville, cation Awards Program. United Thank Offering. on by the guard and other military of six to eight.

The 11 guests attending Included I Now in its fifth year. the May 7. The district meeting units dating back 50 School Superintendent Tom
Services Set friends from the Lab three will be held at Keystone years or more. Casey presented certificates

L.i office in, the Gainesville Medical I program presents Heights on April 19, with Capt. Bloodworth la collect- on behalf of the, Florida State
: UDC awards in each state to women's -
Sunday By
Chamber td
::1 Center where Miss ColsonIs clubs judged to be con- registration starting at 10 ing such Items, and other historical of Commerce
data of the local Na- James B. Godwin Jras'" '"
Memorial Day services, sponsored employed. Also enjoying the best to
the
1
ducting program
a.m.April STAR Student and David,
tional ,
25 will bo St. Mao-k's Guard including photographs
by the W. T. Weeks affair were Mrs. R. A. Colson further the education of
1I I and. / Day. Communion service wilt! and would appreciate Nurse as STAR Teacher at n
I chapter, UDC. will be held mother of the honoree, people In their com-
young be held at 7:30 ,Mvlth having access to any Items of BHS. Chamber president Dam"vid
Sunday April 23 at. 4. p.m. daughters, Kay, and Mrs.Mark f munities. : p. m.
this kind. Persona who have Coats then presented cen..a.
at Crosby Lake Cemetery it Moody. I y :W Rev. R. E. MacBlaln. in charge.
refreshment table was .- Competition among the All members are urged to* be anything of interest to> con- tlflcates on behalf of the *n
The
announced at the '
regular
was
various clubs Is not broken
chamber to
tribute to this collection are Godwin andr"
i I meeting of the chapter on covered with a white linen present
down into population cate- asked to contact Bloodworthat Hurse. .
r Wednesday afternoon of lost cloth and centered with an. arrangement '-0: Mrs. Pete Novak presidedat ',. ?
+ .-.. gories. !All clubs regardless the Parole Commission office mr
1 week. of white and yellow ;" the service during the social
of the size of their memberships -
i hour.Field. :in the courthouse.
S IGI Hostesses were Miss Madge pompoms.The tl'', have the same chanceof Lawtey Market T:;

!w? Middleton Mrs. W. O Halle hostess presented Miss I winning Entries are evaluated -

I and Mrs. E. Matthews- at Colson with a set of placemats P'6' > taking into consideration TripPlanned l: Koffee Klatch Celebration ;-

the home of the latter. with matching napkinsas To Be Held -
need, Imagination approach -
Mrs. W. H. Nollman Is a memento of the occasion. t
and the number of To ; Set Saturday
chairman of the Memorial \. At C of C /
...... of club members actively
Day services and will be oa- .
..__.... Hospital Auxiliary \ .I participating In the club's
slated by the Girl "'''VIA.II. Rev." ..... i.., ',.. Fort HarleyThe A Koffee Klatch will beheld Ben-Star Farms, Inn., oper- "

,, I R. D. Burch of the Presbyterian Miss Jane Adams I Meets ThursdayThe "Ji'I::.,'. ; .t education proraDIn! rela- at the Chamber of Com- ator of the Lawtey strawber-:,.
rEugenia tion to the work nccomllshed.
V *
i office .market, Is planning free'flsh
Church will be the Bradford County TIlx- merce Thursday, Apr. ry a
Miss Judy McRae speaker. The public is Invitedto Elected To May executive board of the Ekard Awards consist of a first torlcal Society has planned a 20 from 8 to 9 a. m. for the fry and enlortalnmemjUJ,

attend. Bradford County Hospital prize of $500 a second prizeof field to the site of Fort purpose of merchants getting program for the strawberry
To Wed Mr. Brown Mrs. Nollman chairman of Court At Sullins 1 Auxiliary met Thursday morning Sorority PledgeMiss $300, and a $200 third Harlee.trip of Indian War fame together to discuss mutual growers and farmers of the"'

the nominating committee April 6, at the hospital prize problems. Lawtey-Starke area. this SaW
E. Adams, daughterof this Sunday afternoon.
Miss Jane
McRae Mr. and announce Mrs. the Julian engage- presented the following slate. Dr. and :Mrs. H. H. Adamsof with Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse Eugenia ,Ekard, daughter The: winning clubs for thisyear's All members of the Societyand Plans for the get-together urday, Apr. IS: starting at et

and approaching marriage of officers: president, Mrs Starke has been elected to presiding of Mr. and Mrs. JamesE. education program other Interested personsare were made at a meeting of 5pm.
ment Lester Crews; first vicepresident After the regular business Ekard of Starke, was form- competition will be announced the Chamber board of directors The celebration marks the
invited to
Judith member of the May meet at the
serve as a
their daughter
of
:Lee to Gilbert Marvin Brown, Mrs. L. G. Powell; sec- Court at Sullins College in meeting, plans, were made to ally presented ana pledge of during the Florida Federation Santa Fe Fire Tower on U. S. In the Garden Restaurantlast opening of the Lawtey market\ ;:
complete the furnishing of the Zeta at the of Women's Clubs for the first .
and Mrs. Gilbert ond vice-president, Mra. Jewell Bristol Va. Delta sorority 301 Just north of the Ala- Thursday. time In 20 years.-
of Mr.
non Roberts; secretary, Mrs. O. L. Each year the court Is Hospital lobby with proceeds traditional Roan Ball on March Convention to be held April chua County line, at 2:30: ( p. It was decided: that the Doyle Starling of Ben-Star", *
S. Brown.
from the fair booth. The Auxiliary 10 at the International Inn 17-20 In Daytona Beach. Farms said that
from Haynes Sr.; treasurer Mrs. chosen from the Sophomore m. for a conducted tour of the Chamber would participate in a Strawberry.
Miss McRae graduated H. L. Spears; historian Mrs. Class to participate in the also plans to sponsorthe in Tampa. Award money Is used by the tho Florida Festival of Foods Sweetheart, age 19: or under;:

Bradford High School class W. H. Nollman; and recorderof May Festival It will be pre- I selling of the fair booths The University of South winning clubs to further expand area.The group will be accompanIed April 18-21 If the Fair Association will be chosen during the'cele-?..

of 1963 attended the University crosses, Mrs. J. E. Wilson. sented on Friday May 26, at for next year.Members Florida chapter presented each!! their education pro- by Mrs E. J. Bowling' and the Bradford FarmBureau bratlon, based on beauty andpersl.nall
Florida for one to attend
of year. | Mrs. E. K. Perryman and part of the commencement are urged of the girls a pink Kllarncyl: grams whose girlhood home was near would share equally in ty. ,n

Mr. Brown graduated! from Mrs. Walla Lipsey will be 'weekend at Sullins. the general meeting on rose, the sorority flower as First place winners from the site of 'the old fort, and the expense. Musical entertainment will
Bradford High School In 1957:> hostesses for the May meeting. April 17 at 7:30 p. m in S1.Mark's she entered through the rose each state will move on to who remembers seeing rem- A motion to have PJ.. No- be provided by Glenn Reeve:
Miss Adams had served earlier
and from Murray State Uni- i After the business meetingMrs. Parish House at which arch. national competition for nants of it as. mho was growing vak, executive vice president and his television gang front
of
this as princess
versity with a Bachelor of Nollman gave a programon year time the officers for the com- 'awards of $2.500; $1.800; and up.Fort. of the chamber continue to Jacksonville. '
Science degree In Business Southern poetry. Mrs. Ferryman weekend.the annual Sullins Mardi Gras ing year will\ be installed. Little Women 1000. These winners will be Harlee la mentioned serve every year as manager Starling said that all berr .*""

Administration and Education!: read several. poems by announced 'at the General prominently in several books it the Bradford County Fair, growers and farmers, and

He served two years on active Father Abraham. Ryan. and Miss Soto, Program Headed Federation of Women's Clubs dealing with the Indian wars, was withdrawn until the mat- their: families, In the Lawtey"::

duty with the U. S. Army. Mrs Nollman, Mrs. Spear and Swinyers EntertainAt By Judge Yawn convention to be held this and was also the site of the ter has gone to the Executive and. Starke area are invlted
Bride-Elect
stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. Mrs. Powell each read severalof Luncheon Party June in San Francisco.The "largest orange tree" in Florida Committee of the Chamber for to attend the celebration. "

for most of that time He Is their original poems. Has Two PartiesMiss County Judge; T. A. Yawn 59 Florida organiza- which was killed by the a recommendation to the ..

presently employed at the During the social hour refreshments Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer /Spoke to the Little Women's tionparticipating/! In this "Big Freeze" of the late board. It was brought out

Florida Bnnk at Starke, and : were served from a of Keystone Heights who are Bemadctte. Bunkt'l[ ) Club on Teenage Problems at year's program represent the 1890's. that Novak received $::50 a THE RIGHT POINT\for th'n,

la a member of the ,Clvitan... beautifully. appointed, table leaving soon for their summer Soto, whose marriage. to their April meting Monday best; performance yet In Flor Plans for the field trip were month. on a year-around basis the way you write. Come in,.
overlaid with a white linen home in Los dates James Brummett will be an night. ida. I from the Fair Association for
Club.The made at a meeting of the His
wedding will take' placeon and cutwork cloth and cen- Calif., entertained at a delightful event of Saturday April 15, Jayne Hardy president,, I II I torical Society held, Tuesday sut-of-pocket expenses as Fair and select year favorite ESTKRBROOK -"

Saturday Aug. 26 at 8,' tered with an arrangementof buffet luncheon at 7:30: ( p. m. In the First conducted the meeting andMrs. night in the Public Library.Capt. manager : fountain pen.1"

p.m. :In St. Mark's Episcopal'I[ varl-colored snapdragons Tuesday. Presbyterian Church was Mildred Cuttlno gave A Classified James Bloodworm, com- It was announced that a TELEGRAPH ,
AA In the TELL
Church a reception following flanked by lOW'' silver candle I delegation from the local
wIth Guests! were out-uf-town honored with two parties the devotional. A ballot was GRAPH mander of the local national .
bring results. ,
St. Mark's' perish with Ml'..
in holders blue tapers. during the past week.Mrs. .
relatives of the family Including taken by the members for -
house adjoining the church. Marguerite Corn of Lakeland Mrs T. W. OI1\'er'Sr. J. C. Fozg. Mia. Rich- the girls who have done the -
All friends and relatives are houseguest of Miss Middleton ard Richards and Mrs ---
Mrs. A. C. Oliver and Mrs. most 'work In each of the .
invited to attend presided at the punch 25 ,membersand bowl.Approximately Louise Blackwell of St. Simons Marge DeCaro gave a miscellaneous three classes during/ the year.

Island Mrs. C. W. Dennyof shower last Thursday The three girls will be recognized -
Cadette Troop 606 gue ta enjoyed the meat- Savannah Oa, and Mr. i night In St. Edward's Parish !l at the May meeting

Ing. ... Hall for Miss Soto.
and will receive a charm
Wed. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman of
Hosted By The refreshment table was
; Starke. Plans were made for the
Mrs. John Wager Mrs. Francis centered with a permanentpink slumber party which will be

With floral arrangement held April 28.
Surprised Recent Births
flanked by crystal candle The club
Girl Scouts of Cadette voted to presentto

Troop 808 were truest of Mrs. Stork, Shower: Bradford .County Hospital holders with pink tapers. the senior club a set of NOTICE

John Wager Wednesday, announces_'the following Susan and Sandy Fogg and crystal, .plates for the dining ,
Mrs. Charles Francis was Carol Richards presided at toonu ( 5vTl! $ "
API"il'S. at a backyard cook- births: : $ '*+ |i3: r ; .
out. Plans were made for pleasantly surprised with a the punch bowl.Approximately. Thff seniors who represent :
camping during June and the stork shower given by the Mr and Mrs. Lee L. Cog-' 60 guests the ;nominating committee

bests Lottie Moon circle of the First dill, Starke. a daughter were Invited to attend between -. presented the following slate
reviewed
girls camp
Church at the home of Kimberly Ann, April 9.
skills. Baptist the hours 7 and 8:30: of offlcer* for the coming
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosbylast Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edward o'clock. year: president Marilyn Bol-I .
Appreciation was express Friday night. Sundberg Jr., Starke' linger; vice-president, Evelyn
ed to MIS. Wager/ who accompanied The gift table was centered Brenda Lorraine
a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Ca- Sinclair. ; recording secret-'
the scouts with I with a tall white stork standing I April 11. nova entertained at a dinner tary, Melody Cuttino; corresponding -:
their leader. Mrs. Bill Costello 'beside mall box
a pink Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clayton party Tuesday night at their secretary Sandra' UtilItyYCuGturners
to St. Augustine for the and arrangements of red rosen To The
I Nugent Jr., Starke a son home on KIngsley Lake for Hugging; chaplain Ginger;'
recent American Heritage also used at of interest
were points -
.
Timothy David, April 11. Miss Soto. Baldwin; and historian, San
Program. in the party rooms.Refreshments Mr, and Mrs. Donald. Myron The dining table was cov- dra Register.

The next meeting will be I were servedon Hingson Lawtey, a son, ered with a pink damask During the social hour,
the to the nine
Wednesday, April 19, at St. patio Michael Shane, April 6. cloth and centered with an Margie Dowllng and Sally
Edward's Parish Hall. |couples attending. arrangement of red arciarlllas. Moore served refreshments.
Bell-shaped place cards of the City of Starke

marked the Beating arrangement President's Spring
for the 12 guests.

I The hosts' presented t the Conference TopicAt

honoree with an lee bucket Garden Club '.
'I as a memento of the occas-
.
AUTO! "President's Spring Confer.ence' ,0.- \ \
WESTERN .
ion.Mrs. was the program dlsniHHed I '"

HumphriesNamed flt, the mooting of the I .
RUrke Garden; Club of Florida'I
312 W. CALL STREET To Head Federation of Garden Clubs, "
Altar SocietyMrs. Inn at the home of Mra. ON MAY 1ST, 1967 ALL ACCOUNTS THAT -

J. D. Doyle Monday night.

58th ANNIVERSARY SALE Lester Humphries was Mr*. Doyle reminded the HAVE NOT BEEN PAID WILL BE DISCON. ; .

nominated for president of St. group that April! woe the

Edward's Altar Society at a month for fertilizing bUlb! I NECTED AND NOT TURNED BACK ON UN-

'Ie } NOW IN PROGRESS meeting held Wednesday night,:: I sodding sprigging lawns and

of hall last week In the parish those planting who caladiums.want to have She pink said ''I TIL PAID IN FULL, WITHOUT ANY FUR-_
I
r I Elected to serve with Mrs. I hydrangeas should add lime

NEW Humphries are Mrs. Franc to the soil now. I THER NOTICE. __... -.

*f* 99 Meng vice-president; Mrs Og- Mrs. L. 1... Fullwood added I .
,
the : '
den Bates secretary. ; and finishing ,touch to the '
Mrs. Joseph Cissy, treasurer. 'name tags for the President's .
The installation will 'be held Spring Conference. Final plans I I .. -11.-' ....

TIRESFROM at the Garden Restaurant on were made for this Conference I ,

Thursday, May 11 at 7:00: which will meet with the "' 1;
Starke Garden Club I THEREAFTER ON OF MAY ANY
p.[ m. on May I THE 21ST ,
Davis Highway I Mrs. Francis Meng will rep- 4th, with, the,new officers ofthe I

resent St. Edwards as a dole- Florida Federation of Gar- BILLS FOR MAY THAT ARE UNPAID SER-. ,
gate to the convention of the den Clubs as guests of the .. ;

NYLON TRUCK<: 95 Dloscean. Council of Catholic Starke, club. j VICES WILL BE DISCONTINUED ON MAY"
TIRESi5'. Women In Tampa on. April Mrs. R. F Young reported I
24-26. on the annual convention of ,
Shown) lies ..: ... Hostesses at the meeting the Florida Federation which 21ST, AND EACH MONTH THEREAFTER ON ;

Fed. Tax were Mrs.. Michael Gllhooly was held In Jacksonville last I t.

Life Time Road Hazard Guarantee and Mrs. Ogden Bates week. THE 21ST .OF EACH MONTH.
I The president.' Mrs. A. R. I

High School PTA Norman ber of Commerce"explained the program"Cham- ,

To Meet TuesdayThe and what It means to the I'!, F.
'
: y I
Starke Garden Club as a .,
.
high school PTA will salute to "Chamber of Commerce M'' .d

meet Tuesday night, Apr. 18, Week"! proclaimed for I'' :" .

,INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITYWestern at and 7:30:will p.have m. in a question the cafeteria and April 2-0. II BY ORDER :OF THE CITY COUNCIL

answer panel with the School II
Auto Supply Company is expanding its dealer group Board Parent of children in' black bumlng'tapers. centered

which now consist! of over 4,000 dealers owning and operating: all schools of the county are I the the:; sorority ritual table colors carrying of. gold and out ON APRIL 10, 1967

adores like min They are looking; for aggressive persons who haveas invited to attend. black I

their aim In life to be their own boss to own their own, .
The candlelight pledge ritual
store. Capital requirements for everything start at $15,000. Four Initiated
was read by Mrs. Meed Lewis I
Western ,Auto has a complete merchandising and training program. Into Beta Sigma isslated by Mr .. Dot Falling. I I RUBY JOHNS MERRILL EDWARDS

If you would like to learn more about It stop by and I will be gladto Candidates were announced j .

discuss with you some of the advantage of the Western Auto Members of Gamma ThetaJhapter by> their sponsors. I
Chairman City Council City Clerk
Dealer Plan. of Beta Sigma Phi The new members, Mra. | ,
held their Pledge Ritual and Lewis Chaff, Mrs. Wayne
CARL MINX, Dealer. dinner :Monday night at Holl- \Douglas, Mra. Townsend I

I day Inn. Strickland and Mra. Tommy I

An arrangement of yellow Tyre were presented with their I ._ -
OMB, flanked by yellow and pledge pin and (a yellow rose. I.

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--.- .,'T-.. BRADFORD CWITNTV: TKT.rflRAPIf.. STARKB. FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 1 07Judge

ra.r... r'''U" . .
I I! Funeral Services feat giants with palmlike
Judge Yawn decision in the Anyone For A Good Mess :
Considers case. She Is charged under Prison InmateCharged For Mrs. Roberts fronds.In .

juvenile laws with being a 1 ? the past ferns hava.serv and SciaticaNeuritis
WithAttacking In Lake Butler 'Fiddleheads' Neuritis
Runaway Case runaway. ed a variety: of medicinal p.u'.1oses. :

Whitehead was The royal fern healed
Young 4 Mrs. Lucretla N. Roberta I connoisseurs Indiana and American col- wounds and 'broken bones;
-
Spring Is here.
say
after the
hearing with
of charged
The case ) a 14-yenr-old Inflamation of a nerve
widow of the late C. A. Rob- I 18 a painful
found Tuesday with contributing to I of wild plants. when the onlsta boiled flddleheaxJs! as pol.pody prevented "fearsoma
girl Cindy Pherouso. Sr., died Thursday April! of and sensation to the parts sup
erts.
.ter' missing the delinquency of a minor. with first "fiddleheads" appear. potherbs the National Oteograhlc / and i troublesome dreams and impairment power
laat r of assnult
Tuesday
ng Five counts 0 at her home In Lake Butler -i nightmares; and maidenhair the The term Is most frequently employed .
for 23 d JVs, s taken He ia also In the Bradford Intent to murder have been FlddlehebJs are the tender Society says Country boys plied by nerve.
under advisement i-y County County Jail. under $1,000 filed hero against a Ralford after an extended Illness. green sprouts,of severil speciesof lone have chewed the raw aplceawort wa supposed to when there is an Involvement of nerves goingto

Judge T A. Yawn after *a bond after refusing to prom lea State FrUon. Inmate Eugene Born in Bradford County.! fern. The tightly rolled sprouts of common pasture prevent baldness. either arm. Sciatica is a neuritfo! t&e.,body extending i'I",

hearing Tuesday. to stay at home pending the Brazil. The charges were tiled Mrs Roberts had resided her'' young fronds resemble the brake, or;, bracken. Some gourmets Nobody: expects ferns to I from the small of the badk.\. "''o' n..t h W"f,

The girl, greatgranddaughter outcome of his case. April 6 on complaints by D. E. entire life in the Lake Butler I' scroll of a violin and taste delicious prefer ostiich-fern! flddleheaxb .- grow hair those days, but length of the legs. It is extremely, painful and frequently r
testified In the bearIng community and was a mem- the cooked and served many people dine on them for
of Jim Stlcox of North St. Cindy Carter of the prison staff. gourmets say. bedridden.
Clalr Street, was found last Tuesday that she had Prison Warden DeWitt Sin- ber of the First Christian! Devotees find It difficult, with a cream sauce. pure pleasure "A supper. of renders the patient

Tuesday, April 4, In a building stayed In the small building clair said that Brazil i la a life- Church there. She was one of' however, to describe exactly' Prehltit rlc Giants. flddleheads on hot buttered Of all conditions which respond, io :...c.h.ir I J f r( 'I'.
to the home of the Whltehend'a home the county's most beloved the odd. woodsy flavor of fiddlehes.ds. toast sets Just right1 said one ,
adjacent Gary behind term inmate and that he at- I' Flddheads first sprouted it be said that neuritis responds mppt .readify.; ig
Whltebead 18-year-old son of the entire 23'day of her absence tacked four other Inmates anda elder citizens, and was knownto Thei/,' have been com some 300 million years ago.,satisfied fern fancier. may ,,
The Is that pf.j
Mr. and Mrs. Maltland White from home. She and prison employe with a knife her friends as "Orandma!, pared to artichokes, pumpkin and the leaves of some early adjustments. reason ;most cases NK:

head" of Coney Road. Gary planned her disappearance he had made from available Creacy." seeds, and a cross between asparagus species grew three feet loner. HY-WAT CHAPEL. ritis results from a disturbance o/, ,body, meci.in1c'and \:-I.1

Cindy i la in custody in the for over a week before materials. She was the mother of; and mushrooms.action In the Carboniferous age./ 250 ASSEMBLY Of GOD displacements of spinal vertebrae creating Irritation
Bradford County Jail pending she disappeared March 11 .former Union Countq State I million of the involved nerve.
The assaults apparently resulted -. years ago, ferns be West Weldon St. and Ral-
at the Kingsley Representative, Clarence A. .
from rvlc. from an argument< over of said Court In admitting came enormous 100 feet ford Road 16. '
Lake Baptist Church she! said. alleged thefts Sinclair Bald. Roberts, Jr., and Is survived lald'wlll to probate should tall/ with .diameter of several Sunday Services Any sufferer from neuritis should avail himself
U by six other son*. two* daughters not tanj'unrevokeil.SKAI. : Sunday of Chiropractic without delay.
Two of the victims of the ( 1..) feet. These giant ferns helped School. 10 a.iru, Morning Worship -.
Civitans Told attack were treated In a 33 grandchildren' and 28 TIFEROM A. YAWN' County form the earth's. coal deposits.Today .. 11 a.m. C. .A. Youth Florid'a*"
A Public Service of the Northeast
12Ylides./ Gainesville hospital, .tout were great grandchildren.Funeral .Indue Uraflford County Flor
there are 10.000 Group 0 p.m. Evening Worship
How, Guard Unit back at the prison toe next services were held ida.Fly Dolores Dumpier, Clerk species of fern ranging from 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Chiropractic- Assn..- .....- '4"'___
Sinclair at 3:30: p. m. Saturday In the First publication on April 13, .
day. said.
Custom Made Benefits AreaThe Lake Butler Christian ill 67 delicate, filmy plants less than I I 7:30: p.m. Thursday.

For Florida Living ., 4/13 4t 5)4) an inch high to 80-foot trop- -Leroy ZJghtsey, pastor.
: of Church. Interment was In
economic Impact Prjayer BreakfastSet
Mount Zion under
Get More the local National Guard unit Cemetery '.''H .... .'"
By Jaycees direction of Brannon Funeral ",
YOU discussed
on the community was\ "
For Your $ $ by Capt. James Blood- Friday, April 21A Home.

woI.th at a meeting of the
No Salaried
C
or m-
JldloBed EmployeesDAD Clvltan Club Tuesday morn- Prayer Breakfast i Ia slated Starke Man
next Friday April 21, at 7:30a. :

& BRAD.LARSEN ing.Bloodworth said that the m. at the Garden Restaurant To Be TriedIn

LIKE TO 195 officers and men of the under sponsorship of the

WORK local unit received $87.693 for Starke Jaycees. n_____nn_

YOU Benefit! dim and active duty pair In Sixty-three guests have re- MacclennyJohn :FOR SALE 1963 Falcon 2 AUCTION FOR: SALS 2-yr old pOny. FOR SALE-2 good Charbray

1968. Another valuable bene- sponded to invitations ao far CLAUJFI AD.RA'fHII door edan. Good shape Regular Horse and Pony Sale Gentle with children. Will sell bulls. Arthur McRae, phone

fit Is the technical training according to Jaycee President Bates of Starke will new tires. Can be financed Saturday: April J5. cheap. Phone 984-7648. Itp 964-6997. Itchg

A1 Sizes m Display received by men during their Randy Johns. He requests that go on. trial Saturday, together .. t. 11 words -...___N.OOa. $550. IX B. Fags 964-7708. Come to buy or sell.

8..J 0.12 Wide* I six months of active duty everyone receiving: an invitation with six other men on gambling .".. word ever 111 ____..MlDatr. ltp Jacksonville Livestock:: BOXER PUPS born March 1, FoR RENT Extra large
IVt; Bathsand training with the Guard the respond whether they charges levied against Auction Co. Phone 781-4677 AKC papers $20. Males trailer lot 140 ft. by 140 ft.

Expandable I speaker said. The local company plan to attend or not, so the them by: Baker County She- I phi. charge I. ...".II.".ot. ___..26InJSORIAL5 FOR. RENT '3 bedroom Females $50. 291 S. OrangeSt. Call 964-7623 ItpWANTEt
will unfurnished.
had 50 young men who Jaycees know exactly riff Paul Thrift. house $70 FOR SALE-} Mobile Home Sandy Miller. ftp
how to expect. ) ftH"OLITle'\f' month. Phone 964-6841. After !: >- Experienced!
took this training and returned many persona The .seven arrested on Cabana Room and sec
New; and Used to the -unit last year Second Dlst. Rep. Don Fuqua March 20 alter the sheriff I I a _.t. p.. wsrE 6 p. m.. phone 533-2182.. Mobile Home 8 x 35 Jalousie carport WANTED -Experienced wel retary-receptionist. Must be

Bloodworth said. Availabletraining who will be In Florida, and .several! deputies raided a CARD Of THA1KSBO Itchg Cabana 8 der. Contact Oilman Paper qualified In typing, short-
x 18 18
Carport
.
8Yr. financing available! Includes. courses In will fly from Tallahassee for shack near the Georgia line.I III.ward.. word. eves less to a_*:_I.&O..OilLOOKINO I ft. long-Very good condition. Company, Maxvllle Fla. Ph. hand and bookkeeping. MMst

-- !electronics radio and radar .the breakfast Tlnlft said that he and his FOR SALE OB BENT 3 See Ken Reed next to Lazy 289-2911. Itchff also be nes.tl.n, appearance:

U Our Renta -Pur... automotive repair aircraft $l.0.Cost for the event ''will be men entered the place after for a bargain? bedroom and bath house at Susan Restaurant on Wednesdy and have pleasant personality -

cluu l'JaD-Payments repair, and many others, watching from the outside COmet| out to the Old Trading 732 Alton Drive. Phone 964- or Sunday.. Ph. 473-4418 INSURANCE Make application In per-

Under $50 Per Month Bloodworth said. cords o/ Mild Bradford County.Florida while a poker game was In Post. We have used furniture, 7073. 2tchg 4120] Itp- AT REDUCED RATES: son to Chamber of Commerce
AUTO FIlCH BOAT 100 W. Call Street
The local company, whichIs Also all that portionof session. electric appliances, and
assigned to ordnance the Northwest funster of The sheriff said later that gas FOR RENT Klngsley Lake DOYLE E. CONNER
repair th.. electric stoves. Just about
Southoant. Quarter of Bra- FOR SALEElectrc! stove,
I has equipment\ valuedat lion 28. Township I South he understood the men will anything looking for. HASTINGS MATTRESS furnished house. 3 bedrooms INSURANCE. AGENCY
are .
you good condition
N0A& $15' Phone
Kane S3 Rant, tying East .of 300 ft. docks double tfchg \
dressing
$2,500,000 Bloodworth Halt 'Fractional Lot Three and ,tight the charges on the We will not be undersold. & UPhOLSTERY WORKS 964-6798. Itchg
said. between Hojd. Lot Three and ground that the officers failed Come out every Satuiday to 710 Lemon St. Palatka room. Delano Thomas 964- ,
I
Church street all' In the City to have a warrant for 6507. tfchg
meet and trade. Furniture
Bring truck
Mobile Home Sites I. The Clrpult C*.nrt For of ha Starke. been, Florida.filed against/ Ynu their arrest at the time of I load. We have some antiques.a Upholstered &Repaired Refinished FOR .R.ENT-2 bedroom furnished I: MARYCARTER Latest FRONT Precision ALIGNMENT

Bradford 'ounlr, Florida and you are required the raid. Thrift contends 2V miles north of Starke Equipment,
AVAILABLE on
-. d-l. MATTRESSES REBUILT : house, 746 N. WalnutSt.
Civil ......0. >.. IH a cn-py, of your written -'that. no warrant was necessary Factory Trained Mechanics.!
Fun Lake Privileges W. II. JONES,: : and QHAYDONJONBS. BPB. If any. toIt on THOMAS &: because be saw the 301. 2tp 4'20PATNTTNO : New Innersprinjfs Call 834-7444 or 964-I All Work Guaranteed.
/ Co-Admlnlntrutorn. of PinHCK. Attorney for Plaintiff gamein and Box Springs 5070.
Hmmefttead,Exempt- the Ustnta of I mmlPearce *. whose addrnMH" In 203-5 progress /before entering. Inside and out. ltp This Week Spactel:
mil Deceased, plaintiffs.THOMAS North Temple Avenue. Starke, Licensed. Guar. Phone 782- Drop Us A Cwrd or Call
Financing v. Florida and file the original PALATKA KA, 5-9166 CARL BEGGS $5.55parts
I DONALD MoCON- with the Clerk of the above- New Legislators, 3793. 4t chg 5'4' | extra If neededFIRESTONE
NKHKY!: and DORIS M. Mc- styled l Court on or before May MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER Gulf Service PAINTS
Lake Geneva COro;RHEY.rtl\ wife and 11, 1967 1 otherwl* a Judir- Face ChallengeAt WAITRESS WANTED Apply foe K. Adklnn St. |
HARRY C. DORTCH andJANfC'P.J ment may be entered aaralnatyou In person at The Garden Stand USED PARTS I 812V.. Madison
; Agent
for the relief demanded In ,
Defendant DORTCH hl" wife. the. complaint or petition. 67 Session Restaurant. 2tchg 4.13 Top Price for Wrecked pars I 102 ,E. Brownlee St.
Trailer Sales NOTICI5 OF SUIT ? -WITNESS my hand seal of 24 Hour Wrecker Service I' BK SURE TO SEE WORLD
TO: THOMAS DONALD MoCONNRHKY aid Court on April 12 1967. Te.hlstqrtg.transition. of YOUR BEST 1I.A.RaAIN.AD'tnr Complete Lin* BOOK before buying any
1USDTJCKD FROM ... Fuel Oil .
!: and DORIS MMrCOMNEHBY CHARLES DARUYClerk lawmaking from ruralto EDUCATION clauses. $100 TO I IAAA af other encyclopedia. M;. A.
Circuit Court power
of the
OB Bout 100. One HUe* BE bU wife S & H flreen
\!. Moody Join now. Elementary: and : StuntpnIlwy. Payne local
2
You ara hereby notified thatan By Beulah urban representation climaxed $70 PER MO. your representative -
I Keystone Heights: action to foreclose' mort.a..a Deputy Clerk last week with the Secondary: Phone 864-6091 I 301 N. Waldo I since 1956. Box 626.
Open Sun. & Evening. the following propertyIn (SKIDThomas NEJW ONE BEDROOM Paintsand
on 8-1998
Phone
964-6560.
Bradford County Florida: ft Pierce start of the 1967 legislative day.; 964-6800 evenings! tfUNDERWATER FURNISHED I tfchg
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-. Fractional Lot Three ((3) of Attorney at Law session. I
: Block One ((1) a.* per plat of 203-6: North Temple Avenue Myers Power ToolsArea
Floridans have recruited 167 .
SI2081 GARDEN APTS.
1 I the Original Town of Startle.. Bturke: (Florida. -' f jjj. j
Florida a* .came .pp..... of Attorney for Plaintiff-" lawmakers, most of them Headquarters. For
record In the current publlo re- 4/11 4, 1114 freshmen. Observers call It the WEED. CUTTING ,AIR CONDITION Lawn Mower Lawnmower Power Tools

most Inexperienced group All Types NEXT TO fILM ON ''I REPAIR SERVICE SnppliesFor McCuIloch Chain Saws

since the 1930s. Mtawr Time-up or OverhauL Pumpa & Water Systems)

EqualItY historic this year Is Bulldozer &: WASHINGTON ST. Kew Wheels, Controls Brlggv/& : Stratton Engine

Plan to have the fact that the veto; power Drag Line W.rk Call eta. W.. else Have All Purpose Rentals. Sales Service

resides in a Republican governor Pick-up and Delivery Service. 230 N.E. 16th Ave.

Claude KIrk. who la J. C,, Gardner, MR. MASON I 3' $S Gainesville
GALS. sngsgiitfohg
of ?
home your own committed to no new taxes. PHONE? -i-711t care of Ernest Tew CALLFIRESTONE
Kirk Is joined In Tallahassee '
by 60 Republicans more Interior or Exterior USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned
,
than ever and better than one- George4 I El LaRue I Realty, Inc. 964-7092 Latex $15: up. 10 different
name brands to choose from.
Ml W. MadJnouStarhe
third the total. Their presenceIs UVSl'I VNCE AGENCY Gainesville Ph. 376-6161 "
Parts & excellent
: repairs aH
Fla.: tf
evidence the cities are talc "'here'MNllral'fl Stops, __ makes. ,
'; 2906 N. W. 13th: St. i ZIPPERS! I KIRBY SALES *
4 ing i
power with a definite trendon WE START I LACY CONWAY i I II SERVICE 712 N. Mam. Gainesville
conservatism.The I FLYING SERVICE 'i
Low Coat Medicare, Pin 376-7110. tfehg
Issues this .session are Protection As Low As I FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. AIr-I| 7 & 10 In. lOc I
,
ponderous: I
plane rentals. Greyhound Bus '
464 A Year
Action on a proposed new I 'Charter.. Keep party to- 14 In. .. e I5c
I Auto Fire Home OwnersLife OfiE STOP your

I, state provide constitution annual legislative, which could sessions ft Accident I Eother 964-6090./-) charter a bu*. Phone tfchg/ 22_ 'In 4 .-.. ., .. .. _2Sc_ The Rancher, :

home rule a streamlined Keystone' pdghU.,4734692LAKE ,I IBBIAUTIS'UL I MASONRYMATERIALS Inc.
I Judicial system, semiautomatic APPRAISALS AND MARRIED COUPLES WANTED I t

II I reapportionment a votIng : i FRONT I'II CJONFIDRINTIALINFORMATION for cottage parent work, Western Wear .

Ii age of 18 and other! wide- Subdivision ....* Game ,Reserre!! couples start e.t. $443 per mo.
: i spread. changes. and hard road. Property in.I I Concerning property and prop- M4nimu/n, education; 9, age 21 O Guns i

II I ;Demands by teachers for City Limits Andrew Subdivision erty values In Florida Prop plus. :9 day week. In general O Livestock I

$500 million in new money for north of Reception: Cen 'Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete arty. Over thirty years experience married couples work same

:: I public education; demands by ter-Road! 121 All subdivisions i iaoned. Block, Sand, Rock. ,I la Real Estate matters shUt: Work In Food Service I Supplies
., higher education officials for and :FKA approved. For Csownt Mortar, Steel, Oyster I and Active Real Estate and Malntance also available. :

.. !rj I over $400 million in operating information call or write B. UwlL Umerock, Roof I I Broker since 1953. A. .1. Qualified single persons Saddlery
-
I money. B. Xndrewm, P. O. Box 93, Gravel, Precast Lintels and :,! Thomas, Realtor Tel. 91W-&701. also accepted. If interested apply

v -r-Ralatng air and water pol :leJva Butler Fla. or phone Window. &IHs.! Everything In' person. Personnel Office -II FREELAND BROWN ,

: I I lution problems.A .. 490-4671. or Brown Realty, far Masonry (Construction.: .! FOR RENT 3 room and SunlaTU Training' Center Manager r

:: mental health program ,Lake City. Phone 752-3561.: .. I bath furnished cottage. SIS: Gainesville. 4tchg 4-27 rr

: I which "-13 Nona St. tfchg 6th Street
4tp
-- experts say lags many ANNOUNCINGA I TilE RIGHT POINT for the

u II years behind similar piograms :TOR SALE A STARKE 'New ther: ;you write. Come In Near Livestock Market r
: I In other states. '
:MOTEL: adj. Elk's Club..J'ourteen HELP WANTED 'and select your,Javorit E3-
-The question of whetherto rooms plum larger Ready Mix Plant TERBROOK fountain pen. GaInesville.3764595
;
of life start abolish .
things family capital
: The good punishment. Owner's or Manager1 quar- COME: WHERE TELEGRAPH.

=: with a home of your own. Now is a Redistribution of the sec- .tr.. AD With TV, Air Con- atKeystone TilE ACTION IS
ondany gas tax used for construction NEW
dltlOJ JlI'. Tile Baths. Crane HeightsFor MOBILE homes, Chick No. 491 fflce, completely
: good l time to.tiuyhome and finance and bonding of Plumbing, etc. Alao Kelrlna- Hnjoy continuous social and asha 20" It 24' wide. Buddy- furnlshsd, 9 bedroom Hmgatow -
county roads and redistributionof Better Service To recreational activities (Nations Oemson, Layton Travel Trailers v
all
tor Foodoraroa: Norga Bleo. utilities. vproxmatoly }-
:: it through us.We aro the specialists the state racing tax, Range ;Hot Point Washier HotPoint That Area.: Celebrities Big- Liberty, Taylor, Azalea, 1 acre, shade trIn -.
.-, used mainly for ,Time Sports). Work In trade. .
subsidizing Dryer, etc. Also Included buy sell Year bank financing. town. Ustderprlced at
:, ', .in I home I cans., county school budgets. in one !low bargain price: Two We Will Not Be Ideal atmosphnre with pleasant Buckeye Trailer Mart,1 37,700.

., Revision of the tax struc-.Rental Homes, Two new Storage Undersold.Bradford. surroundings at the, Ina. 873 Roosevelt Blvd. No. 478 Cattle and Tim-

,ture. Houses servant Orange Park 261-2131.& tfchs";I be at ZOO 130acre'In
Two UNIVERSITY Ranch acres" ,
: Open Wednesday Until 3:00: P.M. For Your Estimates of how long the Quarter, 89 Pecan Trees, etc of WORLD'S SMALLfiST electric I improved pasture
session will last
# range from Approx. 18 acres U3 301 *. 7O( acres wooded. Tenant) .
adding\ machine: adds, subtracts -
slightly longer than the regular Market Road. Unlimited pos FLORIDA'GainesvUle I house- Call for prices and vtenns
60 days In all the way to Shopping Center, multiplies; has credit .
balance. Only $109.SO Brad-
Convenience "through late -
September. Housing Development. etc. EngineeringCo. STROUT REALTY
Utilize :your clerical skins. ford County Telpgraph tf .
910O.OOO value for 960.000() 2U7 N. Temple Ave. Starke.Fla. .
Positions
THE RIGHT POINT for the Total Price for quick. sale. available from : FOR RENT Unfurnished, (BO4)) M4- 600. Frs Local
beginners to executive
way you write. Come la and Reasonable terms. Land alone secre two BR house outside city. List.UWLD. .
select! your favorite ESTER- worth more than UU sacrifice taries. Full benefits pro- Furnished apartments In

and Loan BROOK fonntaln pen. TELE-!: price !fl.! I Bradford gram. Call collect.. Area, Starke W. H. Nollmaji, tf chg ON TOUR LOT .
Savings TELEORAPH. County just paid $04,000 for Phone< Starke 904, 870-3361. extension I Tour plans,...or ours.. 'Small...
smaller lot. for: New County 964-5403 2640. or write Central Employment SiNGER: DIAL-0-MATIC down''payment. See models In
Center, University Pinebreeze. Buford Mitchell
Courthouse, Just 3/10 of a CONSOLE: MODEL SEINING ,
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE I !. T'. roantr .Jad..'. Court. mile mwiay. 80 !write or phone Keystone Ready of Florida Gainesville I'"MACHINE: Must place in phone 964-6833, P. O. Box
Brnilford Florida. An equal
Florida Cummlr State of Bill Summers, stark. 864- Mix opportunity I your area. A-l shape ZigZags 238. Starke. tfchg <

'218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961-5000 EM tate of Ethel Mandy White, 6801 or better still drive over 473-4285 employer. Stchg, 4-6 makes button holes,
P..ed. to carefully check this "Once ; 1 II
.t, The State Of Florida To All fancy designs, sews on buttons WANTED Curb girt Apply !
Person Interested In the Estate in a Lifetime Bargain". Keystone I appliques monograms\ at Tuck's Drive In. tfehg*
I of"laid Decedent: 3tp 4-13 Brick Home ete. Bold new for over $300.
You arc hereby notified that
I I a written Instrument purport- 126 Parker Sreet MUST SACRIFICE. Just pay I
Passbook Savings in by the 20th Earn .Insto b. the Last Will and PERSONALIZED NAME and BRICK HOUSE Hearing completion 3 bedrooms, 2 baths cen. balance $63, or assume $8 FOR SALE 3 bedroom. 2
mail 91
I I>' .TMtament bean admitted of laid. to probate decedenth In address thousand. J.labels W. Ptympton per, 3 bedroom. 1V bath. beat and air cond, dish washer monthly payments. Will take bath house fat: Saratoga

said Court. Locate just out side of city automatic washer and dryer Older machine In trade. Call Heights section. .Down payment ,
From the First You are hereby commanded Rt. 1 Box M. Lawtey. ItchgWANTED required, assume OI. finance .
limits. Small down payment. plush carpet and drapes. Credit Manager, COLLECT,
within six! calendar monthaI
I I from the date of the first pub- HOSTESS --, apply Easy monthly terms. Phone Price 922,00000 with terms. Jacksonville 853-1946 anytime. mortgage. For appointment -. !

. .' ._ #_. lication of this notice to appear -. .in ;parson at The. Garden 9O4-68&3 Buford Mitchell P.O. Call and let me show it. A. J. Will deliver: No ,obligation. to see, write Robert

1 I fame.In It any laid, jrwu Court' can and why show the I'Restaurant, 2tcb 4-13 Box 233, atarka tfchg Thomas, Realtor.' Tel. 064-6701. _. ,t chg 4-27 Burrows_ .Box ,104., Starke.:np'C-20, I''!I

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THURSDAY APRIL 13. 1967 BRADroftD COUNTY TgajcoitArn. (OTAHKB. nxmro tAGE' IYR:.-

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By McLeod Bros.'BBSNine. BITS LinksmenEnter 'BUS! Scores

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5-2 tourneyBradford I SERVICE MENAND I I At. Fletcher i' good reasons ;.



competing. today High golfers(Thursday were I WOMEN: I 18'a nradford' points In trackman toufth'! competition scored i\t's

Over PalatkaA ] : April 13)) In the Group II I In tae Fletchey'; Invitational why \ time to buy .t

Golf Tournament at the Pine Ian Friday, April 7, Ina
Tree Golf- and Country Club'I I showing that' Impressed:
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booming three-run ,, mel left on base. The TornA- In Jacksonville. Conch David' Huts.It .
homer by Wayne McLeod and does had five' left stranded First of the 20 teams was I I took the tes' ( times of '

five hit pitching W Paul Mo- Freshman, Mark Oraudon scheduled to ,tee off at 9 a.m'l I the year In (our of the six 67 Mustang '
Leod boosted Tornado base- hurled his second, shtitout' of and BHS Coach Mike places the thlnclads won, your ern
predicted would take allow and Conch Hurse said his
ballers to a big &-3 victory the season last" Saturday, i .
team score of 150 to win boys "Improved quits! a bit ,..
over Palatka here Tuesday April 8 as the Tornadoesblanked :""
the tournament I ....
the first time a BUS nine Jacksonville Bolles more than at any time this
"It'll take real goud ef I
beaten the Braves in 10 I 13-0 for their second win of. a year.
had '
the season. fort for us to win, Sexton "I think It'll I give us the

years.The Tornadoes had but The Tornadoes got off to a said "Everybody, will have to lr I Impetus) ( we ned to net down 1st .. YTONA 500 ;
,
shoot the best they are "
cap times heights.
to good and
2-0 leadin the first'
four hits themselves but Inning able." I frs + a .
Wayne McLeod's shot Into Iced it with seven ir. the I Big Andy Mayton won the ,, .
The Tornadoes are led by only first place' for the Tornadoes -
fourth and out the
closed
the stadium
left center Into :
Bill Adams, who has the best
tossing the discus143'S.Vi
I with four in the sixth t
the first hit there in many game
but whose hand
team
score
Tor His best throw
years although some balls: under the 10-run rule. has been Injured for the past SEBRING :
Richard W.
might have traveed: aa far, Oraudon fanned four, and Pfd Ltoanbee this !gear Roger Chllson tied 1$1 --
several weeks whose
made: the difference. Paul' walked one and;! had a single formance' wets doubtful Both.Ada.me per- son of Mr. andMrs. M. C. for fourth In the. event at N a .

McLeod walked six but was' and double to help and David SUcoxJ\ are LJzenbee of Starke. has com- 133'7.The. ,. I
I
Wayne basic training at Fort Tornadoes' mile relay
pleted
tough when he had to be, even cause. Bryan Erwin, capable golfers and Jim, God- :
Jackson. S. C. >and a tenweekcourse combination turned In Its
helping his own cause with a'' McLeod ana Jan Orlffls also win and Harry Hatcher- have
in data processing'!} at host performance"of' season -" i
doubled for the winners. ATLANTA 500
hit and a run scored. been Improving with every 1st .- iI
Waiyne: connected pith two Last Friday the Tornadoes: match. Fort Benjamin Harrison Ind. a 3:33.5: good enough for e
'
He is now serving with the fourth place. Anchor man
men on in the third to give I were themselves victims of a Hatcher has the most team I
56th CPU: in Vietnam.Pfc. William-Scogillns got down to
the Tornadoes a 4-0 lead and fl-0 shutout at \the hnnds of points in ,team competition |I ;;
Ancll c! Ifetstone Jr.,. 51.8, by far the best! quarter
Paul made It five with his live Oik's fine sophomore t> 12.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C: by a Bradford runner' this ,.
son Tbt-
safety. Benny Proulx who hurled a .1, Roy Chasteen was set to :
Pali ties, scored ones" In the two-hitter. Earlier he had go for Adams should the stone, Route 2, Starke, is cur- season. H0 also plnced secondIn 1t Starke &
the 880-yard run with a
rently stationed in Vietnam
fifth and another In the tossed a no-hitter at the BHS hand. give trouble. Bradfordt
time of 2:026"; a' second' off .
sixth but couldn't put together nine, but Sandy Sanderson with his unit the'101st Airborne : !
Division. He Is" can- his best time of 2:01.5.: Marshall -
attack thn Tor- and Paul McLeod /got singles
an at! BHS To
CompeteIn
Friday. noneer In Battery B, 1st Bat- Beam also turned In his
their second
nadoes won
game in a row. I The Tornadoes' are now 3-1 Star Banner talion, of the 30th Artillery, attached best quarter mile taking fourth County 1
to the division. place In 63.9. To show howcompetition
for the
Losing no time the Brad- season anlJust' beginning Friday In Ocala
to play ball His unit has accounted for has toughened.
ford High nine took a 1-0 says
83'enemy dead, 17' captured, In 1955 Bradford's Billy -
Coach
Chuck Mason.
edge In the first Sandy San Tornado trackmen will com .
,
and 67 weapons and over 70 Moore w.m the state, championship 4 '
derson reached base on an peto Friday, April 14, in Ocala dash
ton of rice, alt.!! and corn l'e- III the 440-yard
error stole and was brought BaseballersPlay la a revival of the Star/ division with that Identical time 53.9.
covered. The has also
home by Wayne McLend's Banner' meet. I moved three villages end 300 The Tornadoes' 880-yard relay JM !
single, the first of his four I Here Nine Class A and eight Montagnardti'from./: Communist team also posted Its best DIIIt! A Wlnlle'!
RBI's. Class 'B schools will compete
to government ontl'ol1edtCf'tltory time of the year, a 1:33.0: ,
Then came the big third, In the competition to start at
but did' not place. .
inning us Dan Orlffls led off Friday NightRiding 4:30: p.m. BUS.. Statistics. .

by getting hit with a pitched Specialists Gerald O. Norman Hit-3 Onann 15.9. :
ball. Catcher Wilbur Waters a two-game win-
AvailableTo
Kit son of Mr. and Mm. Tul- 100Stephens 108. Chas- r
sacrificed him to second and ning streak Tornado base- .
lie O. Norman of Route 2, teen 10.8.Mile .
Aid Medicare .
Sanderson drew a walk. Then bailers will take on Bolles of -
,
Starke, recently completed run MoRae 4:44.7.Dyal : a a sM
came Wayne Method big Jacksonville tomorrow' nhrht.'I .
Record Keeping with honors a 14-week auto- 8:14: M
blow, a towering drive that Friday\( at 7:30: on Bradford .
'motive repair course at the 380 Relay BHS 1:35.0: .
lilt halfway the stadium. Field.It! I' ,..-....
up
I'I Medicare: beneficiaries who I Army Ordnance Center and t r- Chilson Stephens. Belote .
But the inning wasn't over will\ be the second of signed up for medical insurance : 8'hool. Aberdeen Proving Chasteen,' "" .

as Paul MrLeod' followed,I three night games to'be play protection can now obtain Omuid. Maryland.:: During 440"Da&li41 Beam 538. 1.

with a single, stole so-- ''I ed here this season. The Tor- 'an information kit to I the course )lie was trained In Kaufmann 69.2 Warren 53-5

ond. and scored the fifth run nadoes have a 3-7 season help them keep arecord of maintenance and repair of engines Pat' 98.7: 1.

one stnirlR by first baseman mark now, but are just begin their doctor bills so they will / for the Army's tracked LH -51) -.Onann 21.8. ter' .

Dale Crosby. ning to play \ball.: CoacH! know when they"reach their wheeled vehicles.2nd 88V Hun-2] Scogglns 2-: ; e .NrlA..i..,+ .a.y ,Ir .
The Braves tallied ir the Chuck\: Mason Bays. They beat yearly $50 deductible T. C. 02.5. Trawick 2:12.7.: ., ; ,.' a 'e.' e 1

fifth when a bloop tingle 'I Palatka 5-2 Tuesday the Watson, Jr. Staike Social Lt. Bobby R. Allen. 23 SMR-BH3 2:09.1: tBelote,' S \. .a 'V ( bt' 'I ..
over third blllle drove !fn one first baseball win ever the Security Field: Representative formerly of Starke, recently Chllson Stephens,' Chasteen] pia' 1

run and In the sixth with Braves In 1C) years. advises. completed a helicopter pilot Mile Relay BHS 3:335: i. -w..'
)I ,
Lawless walked ond stole sec- Next Tuesday: April 18. the The kit Includes a record- course at the Army Primary [Warren; Kau/fman., Beam. s 1 .

ond. McLeod got the next Tornadoes will travel to St. keeping folder 'land two leaf- Helicopter School Fort Wol- Scorrlns], the: best time so a .w. I

two but' Roberson singled: to I Augustine for a 3:30: tile. lets which explain the two tars, Texaa. far this season. .,

score Lawless. BH3 has beaten Bones 13-6 methods of payment for During the course, Lt. Allen Shot put Chllson 42'5, ..- .

Paul McLeod fanned 7. and! St. Augustine 7-2 this medical Insurance claims, was trained to flY' Army hell. Mftyton, 49'9. .
walked 6, and Palatka had 11 season. and what medical expenses I oppters and learned to'' use .--
?ls2 ". r..1.' .M?{ fton... 143-. P -
count for the $30 deductible.The them In tautlcal maneuvers.He 4'i '.. "
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& hileon,132r7
11I ) \i .
folder has pockets on the I will now undergo advanced

Jn.+.. F..u.wrA/ .-.r r 3, S.. 't Rr.YW, ( ? ,, Inside for holding bills and flight training at the Army HIl'h' Jump.-McKnJ/lM/ 5'2. -
space: to write in the date I Aviation School, Fort Rucker, Broad jump -. Belote 17'8, "67 Mustang Hardtop :
1' and amount of each bill so Ala.Before Chasteen 17'2T. I lee.
that the beneficiary will entering the' regular Pole \'ault-Onann 10'8. .
know immediately when' he service, Lt. Allen was manager t.r.

reaches the (50 each sear.' of Eagle's Store 1n Starke, t_
and was an officer In the Harold t-
After that the medical Insurance BishopIs .
plan'pays 30 per cent Florida National Guard. His 1. You'll be driving America's No. 1 Fun Car ::

of the reasonable charges for Ins wife of Is the McBe.former: Jane Dink- the one that's outsold all Imitators by over a million. Prices start as low as ::

7. covered expenses of the year.for the remainder Jacksonville 2. You'll live it up in the all-new, larger, sportier "

Watson said that all new Staff Sgt. Monroe- Griffin, Mustang, loaded With better Ide s.for '67. 3. You'll $2'290 ::
eon of Mr. and Mrs Leonard
medical beneficiaries wUl receive1'th Griffis, of Starke, la now sta- Coffer Year get the best deal in town. 4. A'rough winter'up ::
q !r' kit'.when they sign
up .tor medical insurance. tioned with Co. E of the 7th north has loaded us with extra Mustangs that ::

Those who already have I Engineer Carson<' Colo.Battalion A at Fort Starke's Harold fBIshJ must move' now. i .: Yes, prices on the sporty new :.
of back ) veteran of .
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out again I ......
10 come medical Insurance coverage .
9 Bishop has start at
17',4! year of' service Sjrt.Orlffls ben 'named one Mustang Hardtop anunbelievably ::
should write, or telephonethe plans to return to this of the Jacksonville Area Oolf Visit your low .figure. See ..

For' Nationwide Car Insurance! You'll like our Qalnesville Social secur- Area after his retirement. He Association's "Golfers of the 1 low, :
,
us today for our prices :
ity Office to obtain this free "
Ble Savings and Fast Service, too. For details I kit. The address:! is Drawer S. cam tember to of Fort 1968 Carson after In serving Sep- Year.Big Blah sophomore at thee _I Ford Country high trade-ins and easy monthly 1 j.

Call: I II Oilnesvllle. Fla. 32601, telephone overseas in Germany,' $ : Johns' River Junior' Chi l'=:'- I I I headquarters terms to suit your budget Gat ::

1, I 3782575. lege/ was the male winner' of your Ford Dealer selling priba.! ;
Also people who need help, Pvt. TerU-L.;:: (Terry) i .the third annual award won today! ::

in completing a medical In- Jones, son of Mrs. Ruby Hoilingsworth l- )previously': by Ocnw1 Conner ,.

BILL POWELLPHONE euranceclahn; are' urged to of Melbourne has and Ray Terry, both of Jacksonville 1.o..I..
get In touch' with then social completed basic training at :' The 21-year-old, 230()

961.6161 l security representative. "We Fort Ben.nlng:, Ga. and, after pound Bishop claimed four
know that these claims -epeclaUy the Christmas holidays, was Invitation tournament titles' '

404-) West, Madison!! Street' thefirst claIm- can sent- toFort BerrJAmW' Harrt-" > last":yea' ): N

be confuting to people" son Ind. to study for a U. S. HIslold/ achievementscame : D'emonstratol' Ii
Starke Florida Watson said "and we will be Court stenographer. His aver In the Cecil P'leli. NAB 67

., glad to help in every way age so far Is 97 per' cent and Invitation( ? Jacksonville NA3 '

possible" he will complete tthls .course Invitation.' Lake! Clf.r. invitation :
Watson is In-Starke each in May. He Is ..1964 graduateof ; and'' the. Starke Oolt i -1

Monday and Friday morningat Bradford High School. His and Country club :! i.t.i.
the Welfare Office In ,the present address Is: Pvt. Ter He edged Lake : .

Agricultural ,Building. rell L. Jones US 53700210 nial champ. Jack Invitatlon.I' ,,..

ATI ON WIDE .J Steno 19, CfYo Special Troops, .for' that title. ; .
H. Q., Ft.Ben J. Harrison, Ind. S 1.r..
The 0-4 Bishop I r.t.
i TilE RIGHT POINT for the 48319 ,.

ki..( the,,..,. you write. .Come- 4 the Cecil Field title" twice, ,,..
.
and select your favorite ESTERSROOK ., the first fine' when ho was I'' V&8OOOO ..
N.t'' Of' ,,, .. 'Just 18. He is .
Company NUionw.d.. Mutuil' Cite Inlurancs, tompantNRttbwld. fountain D.II ""ppll "' 5a current Starko, ,
Mutueinwrance/
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N.ffe.wide: : lit* /slut1nce:. Compiny: :.homefhen' Columbus 1 Otii N... HM.II1.T.. Itrr N. g. Country (Club tltllst having' uo.'.

Notice. 1 In hereby given, that claimed'! that championship .
f}ny Andrew..* the hol.lir"of. .three times. is
following rartlflcMc. hat filed
Blah the son of Mr. and .
., aid cortlflnttca fur a tae deed
RicW to be'lamird' thereon. The cer- Mrs.. ,H. A. Bishop of Starke, e.i.i.
I IItI/ '-",. niimlicra. and year. of broke whip In
an
automobile i
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laHuanr' the dawrlptlon of the
i property. and\ the names In accident and was unable to ,,..
whluh It waa a.'<)avd' ate .. play golf for two years. But I

, I give lull service on my joband'lilco '. followx.farflflca4. .. to:. 28. Tear"of.. ,his' newest honor' i- proof
'la.imnuB. 1884.' that he- !is over that Injury.I
I DHH..rlptlon a1 lron"rtyi One Mrs. Hugh Culverhouse I ITlnuKiuana Air Conditioned 2-L.T.D. FORBOR !
"' rue .
at Bank i being that- part1 lylnrf 8 of "
to getit : orl
my B 1 K 111 In OHIO of Country
t Kt..k..uJf. ; N 'SII' ItKO' TOil.n by Jacksonville; wa'" the %
/Mil. W Hy Thomunon Ht. AI an's Golfer of 100 \Warranty g
the She'Is
hpNr'I ": In lilt UK ''S.U" Hew 29 year.
T-d.$. 11.151.1.. I currently JAOA and:l Jack-
.ahe In which" ar n.,..'d' J. sonville HARD TOPS ;:
open championRobert ,
fA Andrew
All nf mid property. helitir. In Feagln. presidentand "* '5 Years, or 50,00a, Miles 11

At this man's garage you can get anything from a tank. the of Florlde.t'nl..a<,'onnty. of ..Brad'!prd, Plate Florida general, manager of the' ;1.

mrrfr ftlflcatw or' Publishingcom-
ful of Gas to an Engine Tune-up. At this Bank you can c.IIt1"I" shall bit redeemedccorrtinic pany vice President John - ,1..

EVERY Banking Service: Savings Checking, all I In to rush law cek-tirirate the propertydewrlhed or Tuckef 'were recipients of ', le 1.
get "'ertiri>-nte will lia ....IdI./.> the placques frOm the JAOA se r.

Kinds of Loans, and Many Others Yes, FULL Bank trlffmt hou'*.. door bidder nn.. the alf fleet the MondavIn court. lectlo'commlttee., at" the TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
manta, of Miy. lint whloh luheheon ,'wieetlnrf held!: Tuesday -
ing. Service. ,I.l the Ithlday r f Mny, 1141. at the Sleva Marina lal
TVtted tbla 'th Uajr ..( April CountrA. *
1981.l Club Feagln' took ,.
HOME OWNED ''HOME OPERATED Chance. A. Darby:/ leaf: In originating the
nr) dford' Circuit,., Fiona: of Or at Jacksonville Open Your Authorized Ford Dealer in, Bradford and ::

Countjr\ 113; ldi' II. three years ajfo. Tucef served ;:
The'CommunityState Bank of Starke r -' as tournament chairman Union Counties and 'Keystone Heights :
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Adjustable, Vila* ;Book for' the inaugural competition. 206. W.. ,MADISON ST. Starke Florida fliONE( 96-4.7O() ::
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MEMBER F.D.I.C. wf w Cover All slMn, 30 cent en. .

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.__ SIT BRADFORD COBNTV TELIGRAPH. ,I'I"ARK"' WOL91UIA TlIURS AY, APRIL 13 1967radford

Indecent voluntary measurable rainfall in the I told of the violation Deputy
: language I
I :'B Affected Order intoxication, resisting arrest, county since April 1. Sheriff Oolph Reddish said.
Not
Schools By Integration i 14050 fine or five days in I Growing crops will begin to I Keaton posted a $500 bondIn
show bad effects from the dry I each case) for his appear
spell unless rain comes within l I ance in County Court April
.Bradford's school system la 441-B Issued by the U. S. attend Starke Elementary last as Is the case In many other | jail.Rain the next few days 25. -
not affected by 1recent i Office of Education which I year after It became over-, states because of racially Imbalanced I be awarded to the clubs '',having that each plays In modern liv ScarceIn
JTiIIng of the Bth U. S. Circuit -I means Casey said that this crowded. They were trans neighborhoods. I I the highest percentage of ing. He was introduced by S. Assault Charges March Sales Tax
Court of Appeals that, county Is working toward to- ferred to Southsida At least one state. Louls- participation by their mem- L. Peek, Jr.MAYOR'S. County
Elemen-\\ lana, has decided to appealthe I Filed Against Collectons Up
schools In Blx Southern States, tal Integration. and Is In compliance tary. bership. The local blood,bank
1 Including) Florida, must reach'' with the 1964 Civ Newest guideline ruling to the U. 3 Su- will have the privilege of us- COURT Since FebruarySpring Hampton NegroTwo
Sales tax collections In
total integration by next fall, Rights Act and the U. S. U. S. Office of Educationwere preme Court.Rotarians ing the blood locally, as needed I
11 Bradford March
Recording! to School Supt Tom Education Office's 1960 guidelines handed down January or of transferring It to I The following cases were drought began to charges of assault and Increased County 15,24 during cent, or
Ctuwy and Casey says Bradford meets Asked another community or hcfcpltal -'disposed of In Mayor's Court reach serious proportions this battery have been placed $2,863 March per, 1906-the
"I -don't see how' it could Casey pointed out that Bradford them except In the area of I I Become blood bank arid gaining Tuesday night: week as the county has been I 1 against a Hampton Negro third over in
To Increase a
affect Bradford County,"Casey County reached a point faculty desegregation. To I I,I credits which could be used I Alex Enriques Ferrer, reckless without a. good "ground-soak-I Willie Keaton, as a result of dozen highest counties.
area
Mid Monday primarily be- of integration in kindergartenthrough satisfy the U. S. Office of Blood DonorsStarke for blood at a later date. driving in school zone, Ing" rain since February 12. an Incident at RJE High Collections in Bradford to-
a'court' :, order to integrate. year with the Freedom of school system must have two Rotarians have been mondson referred to a letter Melvin W. Henley, two Early February was Affidavits were signed taled $21,652.23 compared to
above normal and the monthhad $18,787.03 in March last
Atnchua County and 14 others Choice plan under which the Negro teachers In each predominately -, asked to sign. up as blood from the Florida Association charges of voluntary Intoxica- against Keaton Monday by year.
total of 8 9 inches had 22 63
4)re) under a court order, he parents., of all children volun- white school and donors In a "Blood for North I of Blood Banks commendingthe tion, five days or $27.50 fine a average with 50- Patrick and Azam Dunlop I Levy County a percent
a Increase and Suwannee
as compared
,
uuU. tarily choose the school tuey two white teachers in each Florida" program sponsoredby local bank on the xcel- on each count two teachers at RJE. AccordIng -
'Bradford la working under wish their child to attend. predominately Negro school. I Rotary District 694. The I lent performance the flood Lloyd Cauthen Padgett, year average of 5,83 Inches last half for to the Bradford Sheriff's 22.19, the only. two higher
But the
a.:".,.voluntary plan of school The only such requests not Bradford schools at present project continues through May I bank personnel and for reckless driving, wilful and February. Department, the charges result -i than Bradford.For
of month and collections -
[ the was dry the state as a whole
desegregation after the School granted, he said, were when have six such exchange of,31 and wag explained to the outstanding services being wanton, $27.50 bond forfeited. from a ruckus which occurred -
Board/ last year signed Form some white students. could not faculty members but need club by R E. Edmondson, administrator i rendered to the patients and I Harvey Leathan Beasley, March brought an, average of while the two teachers were up nearly four,
I'only 1.67 Inches compared
eight, the superintendent said.I of the Bradford donors of your community." voluntary intoxication and disorderly I were on morning bus duty. 'I per cent from a year ago
with a 50-year :March:: average according to J. Ed Straughn,
I There are three white teach- County Ho pltal. Also at Wednesday's Rotary conduct by startingfire Keaton reportedly drove up
ers in RJE High and one I The program has been work- meeting, James Temple, principal in Jail, $aa fine or 20'of 307. to the school and parked his i director of the Florida Revel
:. US GOOD Negro teacher at Bradford ked out with the cooperation of Bradford Junior High I C'I Unless rain comes after this I car in a restricted area. An nue Commission going from
High Starke Elementary, and of the Florida Association of School, discussed "Psychology I'days.Henry French, disorderly Is written (Wednesday afternoon argument developed over the $24,392,730 in March, 1966 to
1967.
Southslde. Further exchanges I Blood Banks and prizes will I' and Religion" and the, role conduct by using profane and ), there has been no I manner in which Keaton was 25288.425 in March I
of faculty members will
ably be made on a prob-I I -
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T BEEF SALE basis, he said.Bradford's -
: school transportation -
system In totally inte-
grated, Casey said. "It's one of
the few places where we've
'fcHUCK I totally compiled. listing case after case wherea
i iI" Negro driver had all white .
Roast or Steak -, lb. 59c children, or vice versa or .

.
where the combination of -
I Negro and white'*children on
: one load exists. 'A bus from
: Rib Steak lb. 79c Brookr, for Instance, transports
.. 45 white students and
'"
from 8 to 10 Negro students.In .


reach from eight to 10 percent
of Negro students attending

Brisket Stew 3 lbs. for $$1 1 : schools. Bradford formerly was all-white a little

,,",., I higher than that at approxi- _
mately 11 per cent. But, he ENDS SATURDAY APRIL 15TH _
FRESH added, more Negro students ,
will\ have to transfer next
Ground ,Hamburger lb. 39c fall to meet the increased r-1
"l', demands of the U S. Office
of Education guidelines re-
FRESH PORK OR : quired for progress. t

;:Smoked Picnics lb. 39c I ruling LouUana The U.last,S. Alabama 6th week Circuit applies, Florida Court's to, A BALDWIN CHEVROLET SALES SPECIAL

Georgia, Mississippi, and Tex- !

Streak 0 White Bacon lb. 39c I as 5th -U. the S. Circuit.states The within decree the
II I set down generally follows the 1967 BISCAYNE FAMILY 2-DR. EXTENDED THRU SATURDAY,

guidelines Issued by the U. S.
*. IN PIECES Office of Education. !
The ruling. In effect, holds SEDAN APRIL 15TH
:Smoked Bacon lb. 49c \ that tthe U. S. Constitution I I ,, '
requires 'the states to achieve .
--
I substantial Integration by "af- FULL SIZE CHEVROLET'w -- --........... '
I flrmlatl action' and not ,

Fresh Neck Bones lb. 23cI merely to all. bt opening their schools -

I, the In 8-4 a dissenting decision vote Federal In INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING -

Circuit Court Judge Walter -J' '- +

Hog Maw) lb. 23c 1 said?;, oewln the of court Montgomery majority Ala"bya Standard and Optional Equipment ,;'! '

rather Ingenious \thought Illogical '
'
distinction between the Pushbutton transisterized radio Cigar lighter!
terms of 'de 'facto' segrega- Outside rearview mirror Dual master cylinder brake system
Pig Feet lb. 15c tion and 'de jure' segregation" ; Backup dual lights Brake failure warning light ,
concluded "that the Constitution Deluxe fresh air heater Lane change directional signals

states means. .one and thing something In 17 I Parking brake warning light Folding:front seat latches "
'
I Padded dash Vinyl headliner r" ? '
else in the remaining states. -
I "De jure" means segregation : Padded sun visors :Magic foilrror! exterior finish 198''

1 by 'law, such as has Windshield washers :* Bright 'metal hub caps
been the, practice in the 17 I Two-speed electric wipers 'Fully syicronized transmission :
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, STARMJ, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 13 1967!
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Jaycees Plan

I Kids Day Fair, IVIT

, \ BreakfastPlans
Prayer
! Areas For Improvement ,
i ABOUT m COURTHOUSE were made for a

, "Kids Day" Fair next Monday
Although tempestuous at times control that !is,' keep spend-
ABOUT { April 17, and a Prayer Breakfast -
-5uq oN LIKE SGDTO 1
several constructive suggestions ing within the limits of the next Friday, April 21. by I ''

came. out of last week's Council .; the Starke Jaycees at their I .
' meeting when the City auditorwas budget.Establish a basis for assetsof Ny outNo, sSpoN R OR LATER N regular meeting Monday night.A .


be done questioned to improve as to bookkeeping what could proving the city the as city's a, means financial of im-im ;yt tL HAVE TQ .Gftlt) .IT- MO MATTER! plan set ticket were Saturday made sale afternoon for for the a con-and fairla

practices and record keeping at age. At present none of the city's cession for the show

the City Hall. assets prior; to 1958 is recorded, 4V4L-ERE LTS LQCTD-i President Randy Johns announced Hampton Baptist HomecomingPictured

The auditor emphasized that and the total worth, as now that 63 persona have

present personnel at City Hall shown is less than $2,000,000 $ )_ been Invited to the breakfastto are the four pastors. of till Hampton Baptist.
( \ > be held in the Garden Res- all of whom for Homecoming
Church olnc-o 101.1.) were present
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are doing the best they can un- a figure that is too low to be :, i : I '
taurant 21 at 7:30
a. m.
April :
services 2. From left they aret Marvin
realistic. ; .... Sunday on April
but left >
der the circumstances
: Congo Don Fuqua will be the
The auditor said the present .' ', I'i," Falle, guest "pealer at the morning nervloe; pastor. from
no doubt that there is room for main speaker.
is '. ,' '," JYccT's 1M5! to 1958, and now at the, First Baptist Church, Roanoke
accounting system inadequatefor The have also
improvement in several areas- J .. Jaycees ordered -
\' a quantity of front tags Rapids N. O.i Paul L. E..U>.., present puntor, who hall been
town the size of Starke '
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some of them the Council's responsibility i ,, : +
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and recommended the employ v which will be sold as soon as netting; since 1963; Merle L. PircWiam, pastor. at HamptonIn
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and.1 some the Clerk's.One ,
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of they arrive.A 19,134ami now pastor of Hope Baptist Chujrrh. Theretut *. -
ment a qualified accountant
of the most obvious sug- \ nominating committee of :
; and \V. P. MeElroy. pastor at Hampton 19Gs.U. and
This is that is being !
gestions for improving the financial an area now Frank Williams, James Williams !
now piiHtnr of Antlmh Baptist JChunh near Alurhua.A : .
picture on uncollected utilities explored by, the Council. Ervln Covington, and

'accounts-and one that can lIe also recommended 1 "cycle p Lew Chaff was elected to

be- most easily remedied-is to ',billing"' as means, of>r relieving name, a slate of officers for Brief History
the 1067-88
year.
the work load of ;the clerk's office
raise the !amount of deposits required President Johns also an.
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for consumers opening an during the billing period. But, this' nounced the Club has been Of Hampton Baptist Church

account with the city. particular recommendation( : was requested to assist the Chamber

irjed by the City; some ,time, ago, of Commerce In a Labor By MM. T. F. Brown ethical for anyone to, drive his
At the present time, deposit requirements'are .alJd 'abandoned. Jt was' not popu- Availability Survey of Bradford Thin la a brief history of car for any purpose except

only $15 for residential J Jar with ;consumers, who prefoyred County. the Hampton Baptist Church. business even to go to

electric, or $25 for elec- to receive their utility All written records. of early church. But a few of the members

tric and'gas; $3? for small ,com- bills on' the first of the month Dr. WhiffenIs years of our church were Including my father.,
mercia} users, and $50 for large burned. I am writing: mont of felt their church was more
rather than at staggered intervals
AppointedTo
this from memory. I am not important than business, and
commercial. during the month. : attempting to give records of drove' their cars to services
Airport GroupDr.
Since an account is not delin- The auditor said that cycle billing recent happenings or when the aa they had no other means

quent "until the tenth of the should be used, "whether con D. W. Whitten of Sunday School rooms were of tran portatlon.',

month following the month in sumers like it or not." ri I zt:; Starke has been appointed by added, as this can be given Some of the I continuing

" which the utility was used, and :The auditor recommended that i Cov. Claude Kirk as a member by people younger than I. If church workers during the
. t of the Keystone-Starke I fall to mention the name early years Included Mr and
service la not actually terminated amounts carried in accounts re- : / Airport Authority, succeeding of someone you remember as Mrs. A. A. Durden, Mr. and

until, the 21st the consumer who ceivable should all be current, / S. E. McKay of Keystone a faithful worker, It Is be- Mrs. W. B: Alexander, Rev..

does not pay has actually had rather than some that are long, Heights, who resigned. cause I failed to remember and Mrs. F. 'M. Taylor, Mr.

almost two months of service before past due, as at present. A nine-man Airport Author. them and Is unintentional. and ,Mrs. C. E. Harper, :Mr.

; he is disconnected. ity was established by a spe- The Hampton Baptist Church and Mrs. E. Rowe Mr. and
The Council has
already taken
More Truth Than ,
. : Poetry cial aot of the 1965 Legisla had. Its beginnings by 'what Is Mrs. J. W. Watter on. Mr.
Consequently, it is easy to see action on this particular recommendation ture to( promote developmentof now Santa Fe Cemetery northof and Mrs. A. A. McDonald,

that a person who has put up by serving notice on V the large airport property Lake Navarre now Hamp- Mrs Roper Mrs. Sparkman

only a $15 deposit, may runup a utility customers that as of May : FARMERS DIARY southeast of Starke on State ton Lake). The building was ,Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins*.

bill of many times that much before lr all accounts that have not been Road 100. there before 1877 for sure A. J. Nimmo Miss Ada Nlm-

the City discovers that he V '"p4'd'; will have their services disconnected 'r entaales' ed the tide brought the' (gulf 'The Authority held aeveral just how much earlier In un... mo, Mr* W. P. Birt, 'MreMamie' ..

is bad account. In the case'of As 'the result of up seven feet within 45 min meetings but ,the City of Keystone certain. Meade Mr. and Mrs
a and turned back
not
be'several on there Is a fairly tUlle utes and that's enough to Heights which has a Charter members" of tnat J. J. Brannen, Mr.; and Mrs.'
a business, it could until paid in full without any amount of strawberry money scare the pants off an old lease on ,the 'Airport, did not church Included: Levi and A. M. Williams, Mr. and Mra.

hundred dollars over the original further notice.,,This is in accord around now, but from whatwe. landlubber like Sam. respond (favorably to the Martha Johns Silas and Mar L. A. Wynn Mr. and, Mrs.

$50' deposit. If the bad credit ance with'; city ordinances which l can learn, this,season will proposal of placing control. of tha Futch, David and De- L. :J.: Wynn, Mr. and Mrs.

risk :'dies or moves away, leavingno the Council has resolved must' be turn out to be a poor one for or course we had a fine the Airport In other hands, lanla Jones, Tom and Vina Claude Blrt Mr. and Mrs. K.

address, the City stands to enforced if the} Citv'is' to continueto the, growers The peak of the seafood dinner oysters and plans ,for a referendum on Durden, Mr. and Mrs. Bolen B. Watterson Mr. and Mrs.
the small crop passed about 10 days' crabs shrimp and fishandyou the matter were dropped. Hall Angus and Avie Hall. M.:: L. Wa tter80n. Mr. and
l lose ,everything except ,operate, in.an: efficient and orderly ago.and whether the plantswill people who love oysters Whiffen said ha would take ''Ell and Ferble Hicks, Mr. Mrs. C. J. Weeks, the Weeks

fraction covered by his deposit. manner. put on another one la the better fill up while you can an active Interest In the Airport and Mrs. Frank Hicks. Mr. sisters, daughters of Mr. and

,We are ,informed that a mod These problems are not unique big question. for, there Is little tune left affairs If the authority and>Mrs., Tom Dixon, and Mr. Mrs. C. J. Weeks, Miss Emma

est sized .new business opening to' Stark- We note' that ,thePa-; :. of the present season for should be revived In the and Mm. Beryl Beauley. Rev. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
in is required to put future. Weeks, father of Mrs. MaryOelger Bedenbaugh; Mr and Mrs. O.
Pepry. upa latka Commission has Al 'this time of the year fresh
just
City \ : ones.S
McGarvejr
By Sam .: SS and grandfather ofMrs. W. Hicks, Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur
$100 deposit'- for electricalapd\ agreed ',,to employ\ ;' '"a 'qualifiedmunicipal jtha.plant: ?usually wut on, -- # # A, Ai Durden was pastor Hicks V Mr. and Mr*. J.
over $3 growth.".but according: to one tourist attraction. exhibits at the art show,
in the
view of
sound unreasonable .,. '
on clty"finances, Palatka has a this liked their last meeting, the moving the church to its present The brick sidewalks In frontof
Starling and
Doyle we particularly
amount that the City, stands to > grower location. At that time, the church ,were laid in
city' er'type of government Incidentally the Starke CAP Cadets enjoyed a
-- year that extra growth la not hurricanelast several paintings cf local
lose bad account. there were 29 members. 1012{) under the supervision of
on a educator
bat a member of the Commission happening. That growth us- eeptember'dld''I "more'damalle scenes And by the way. we speech from the space
week
Services were held one K: B. and M. L. Watterson.
;Tha auditor recommended that said that the city ''has grown to ually ',resulted In "May" ber- than most outsiders may'hi:1.Ve: an art show in Bob Wilson, of NASA.
end each month on Saturday Pastors from 1911 to 1930
the 'depositrequirements be the size that a manager can no rlcs, the, sweetest and best of realize. We talke4 to a former Starke. soon as we under- He talked on such subjects solid rocket as. Sunday morning, and evening. were L. A. Rawls, E. M. Hen.
rocket
raised"and, that the money beset 'longer perform'the.duties of 'city the season, and there has state rep rsentatlve. Joe stand there Is an effort under fuel,preparation and the qualification About 1891 the church moved derson, H. E. Ridenour, W. C.

up:in a separate trust fund and manager.as well as city clerk. been a good demand for the Wilder who said, that when way now to get a civic club of astrounauta. The cadets had into town a couple of years Armstrong R. B. Butler J.

not be usedas at present-by The Palatka Commissioners fruit on *.. "you-ptck". basis. the "eye" of the storm pass- to sponsor such an exhibit. many question because of before Hampton became Incorporated N. Hayman A. S. Jones, W.

the city for general operating ex their Interest in rockets and as the City of B. Hicks F.of.. Taylor, andJ.
pease: He also recbm mended( that asked their'':auditor ,to start set- Growers say the normal space. Hampton, and the mam structure M. Lewis. Then came O.
ting the necessary'' fund con by of the present church E. McGauley, G. K.! Cutshaw,'
such funds and. all otfeer fundsbe up. growth cycle was upset Does your son or daughter
trols that can' be, administered bycJerk. the 'late freeze which cost NEWS And NOTES have questions on rocket or auditorium was built. The A. J. Turner, Rev. Newton,
-: deposited daily and that partial : of Williams brothers, J. R., Tom., D. B. Robinson and C. R.
thousands these
a when'one 1s ,employed. the farmers apace? If so all of answers -
1 payments :on accounts not be .. dollars at that time, and For Today's Homemakers'' and many more can be and R. M. donated the land Robinson, who were listed as
accepted unless some) system is ,Undoubtedly, Starke needs; to which- apparently cut down theirs upon becoming a Cadet on which the church was built pastors until 1940 when the

developed for crediting'them Immediately take' similar steps, but as auditor the Meld potential of the fly Martha' Sue McCain in the Civil Air Patrol. Look and those previously listedas church began having services

to the account. George Dandelake said, "There is plantings. into the program today. charter number did moat every Sunday. _
County Extension of the construction workingIn C. A. Warren '
Other the no peed to put in & new system r --O. M. TurnerInformation was pastor
'recommendations by t,hlsseason Officer. their spare time. from 1910 to '42; J. T. Kawlings -
unless it is carried out"'The One thing of Interest Home Economics AgentNow
auditor Included; the The building north' of the in 1943; W. A. Scott.
Is the rebirth of r
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Establish a general ledger ways and means of "carry- berry Industry at the ,old lake wa kept In usable condition 1943.48; R. C.' Cray, 1948- 3;

for l .the general fund and the util- lug "it out" must be devised if atrawberry wharf at Lawf. 6 Bradford Shows for many years and Merle Puckham, 1934; Marvin

ity fund, as a means of providing Starke is to continue receivingfull Now for the first time with-.. that stnwpciry sea- vide consistent quality guides Sales Tax Gain was used for funerals and Falle 1955-88; W. P. Mc-
benefit of its lucrative utilities In there is 'mtrketlng > /kon' Is In full swln?: we have that cut through unfamiliar visiting pastors. About lOOtt Elroy, 19S8-62; and Paul :U
A double check on receipts. many years March "
at Lawtey, bern requested to lepcat this names and advertising that During the bull din 1 g accidentally Fates from February 1U83
Practice strict budgetary system. activity the ever-popular recipe for: otherwise mlgh be confusing.The caught fire and was burned.N. through the present date.
which at one time was Bradford County showed a
T. the first
Strawberry Shortcake shield-shaped King was
purple,
main shipping point (01Lhl.s'\ 13.24 per cent Increase In of the I church at Its
I sifted flour 3 mark tells the consumer pastor
'Where The Books Are'In are"'Ibere" will bo ,a flih Two cups grade : collections for
? sales tax present location and served Kids Day Fair
of the 1 tearpoans baklnj: powder: Itl'all1011 what quality she h buyingin
and celebration
a nation* ** that specializes in April 16-22. and make, it a pointto event fry there Saturday. and thebackers salt 8 tablespoons any part of the country March over aRO.Collections. the same montha to until lOO1 1893.He and was again followed In 1807 by Slated Monday At

taking the seven-day period find out "where the books are"in of the !Idea say It his shortening< two-thirds cup Look: for It when you buy. year for March 106'7totaled S. S. Proctor P. W. Corr, Pratt PlaygroundA
the week and dramatizing the public library. proved to be a success and mlllc 2 tablespoons!: sugar, Giving beef cuts exoticnames :
known as' 'f higher $21,65223. as compared W. J Malphum, R. F Rogers,
it for various' purposes ,Chances are they'll}) find it that they are already mik sweetened, Silt toirther strawbl'n'les.I floir. baking pricescan-and' usualLy confuse shop- with $18,787,03 for Wm. Hilton, B. Q. Moscly "1
"" books. Statisticstell ing plans for next season March 1966. F. A. HolUhauxen, Z. A. Monday. April 17, at the Pratt.
perhaps the least dramatic.is. Na- hasn't enough powder, salt ar\cI' sugar. pers. Here for example are
Union County showed the Crumpton and N. T Sanders. Street Playground from noon
that Florida has less than
tional'Libraryyeek.. us ,Meanwhile the regular Cut In shortening l arid,: add samples of non-standard In '
The Christian Church tit 8 .
percentagewiseIn m.Sponsored
biggest gain p.
To book person in its public the milk. Mix llihtly! until names for meat cuts: rotis-
young people preoccupied one. per market .at Starke Is In full the area, with collectionsup Hampton was built about the by ,the Starke
with' "where the boys 'are" or libraries when'it should have at operation and there Is competition like biscuit dough serie roast. California steak .per cent for March samo time aa the Baptist, or Joyceea and put on by Ahe

"where the girls are" where the V least ,two or by national standards for the fruit from 2, Divide into 2 parts Roll western steak. boneless undercut 1967 over March 1966 a year or two earlier and the National Amusement Co., admission .

books are can hardly be definedas ,, four. They will discover places here but just what effect each part one-half Inch steak, his and her Clay County had a 1067 Methodist Church was located to the Fair is free.
treasure'steak, horse-
top :drawer entertainment. that only three out of 132 public this' 1 Ia having on the thick. steak, steak, per cent gain, while Baker first In a building across the Tickets are required only for
with butter butterfly ;
3 Spread 1 part shoe roast
prices Is not readily apparent. street, and later In another the rides and are being sold
the County showed a 1.30 per
oriented adult libraries in our state meet .
To comic-strip with
and place other part on top; There Is nothing wrong location alongside the present by the Jaycees at 75 cent
cent decrease
mind, agog with' the fictionalized minimum standards 'for staffing 'Now, that more reports are or cut Into Individual biscuits this-a8 long as the consumer Hampton Cemetery at the east for three rides, ,and ''a door-

adventures of Batman and therea1.1ite' and that the staffs are' generally available, ills' clear that the placing 2. round together with. knows where' these cuts,comefdom' city limit. The Methodist purchased to-door sale is scheduled Sat.
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escapades of the astronauts underpaid: recent Fair was the best one butter between, so she can cook-: them beef are the ones most com this building from the urday afternoon.

) I, a book ''can hardly be de- 'We, might even discover*- to ever' put on in this section. 4. If preferred 1 beaten properly. monly found stamped on USDA Second Hay Adventists, lens Free performances by ele.
scribed dangerous all, our shame that', Florida Ja Attendance! WM ;'nearly doubled egg may be added to onehalfcup Cuts from different: arts of Inspected and graded than n block from the Baptist plants that balance themselves .
as a
weapon. Mates 7 'and the! total Is one of milk to be used\ In the carcass vary in tenderness meat sold in retail stores: Church, and moved their congregation dance, and even twist
union
of the few In the
And yet we'submit, it Is mostdangerous. one that* boosted our show Into place of two-thirds' cups. and for best results U. S. PRIME The top there during the will be seen. They can also. be
For, properly used, it that does not have a State Public the "big lealUes"lof! this section milk. should be cooked differently. grade for meat prime with early' decade of 1000. ridden. "

not ,only opens the oyster of the Library Building. Ours is jam of the state. Already Bake In shallow pin: In! 425 Most cut 'from the rib and its abundant mount of mar With each church having The Fair will renture free

mind but leads to the discoveryof med into the sufb-basement of the plan are underway for pro degree oven for 19 minutes loin of U. S. Prime Choice bling I fat within the lean! services onJy once a month. aeriallat acts, monkeys, ponies',

the pearl of knowledge. And Supreme Court Building in Tallahassee duction of even an, bigger one 6. When done, separate and Oood Orades may beovenroasted indicates the highest quality. It was the practice of church- and a high diving dog. The

knowledge' is a dangerous with only a fraction' of next year. layers. Spread each layer broiled or par Its superior tenderness.:: Juiciness goers to attend all the churchesin show will have fire engines to
weapon sweetened .:..
with butter and fried Less tender"cutesuch town. This continued after
the ; that is needed. and flavor make meat ride, a ferris wheel Rots
indeed. It be used for space,
can unending The K-9 Drill Team a berries. Place layers together as those from the flank the Baptist Church Increased
Whirl and
of this grade the beat for a gold mine train.
good or subverted to almost National Library Week is a bunch of trained dOllS from cover with remaining berries. plate, brisket and fore han.k,, broiling- and roasting its meeting times to the first,

unending evil. worthwhile cause by any ,measurement Jacksonville, put on a fine Serve at once with or with regardless of grade need and third Sundays ot' each FOREST FIRE REPORT

Therefore we heartily suggestto -We have only one com- act at the Fair, but It had out whIpped cream. long slow cooking with moist U. S. CHOICEThe most month in 1929.: On the second '
plaint: it should be observed one Interruption. It seems STILL FAIR I heat to make them tender. popular grade with consumers 'Sunday the Christian The' Florida Forest Service
all our readers that they help fair meat! of this grade Is also Church had services, and the has reported three fires with
week of the by mak- that a cat chose that time1to We' still have some The Federal Inspector provide
every
observe National Library Week, year have a litter of kitten, and premiums from, the youth, quality measures forthe tender, Juicy, and flavor- Methodists on the fourth Sun- four acres burned" in Bradford
ing greater use of its facilities ful. Most U. S. Choice roasts On the fifth in the end.
when she made. an appearance foods, and arts and, crafts consumer by grading day. Sunday County during week
at the dots exhibition, divisions.' If ;you received a which reflects variations f ir, and steaks may also be broiled each quarter a union meeting trig Monday. Since January.1,

D4 The Bradford'' County' Telegraph the act was upset briefly, as ribbon and did! not remove tenderness juiciness and flay or oven-roasted. was held for all churches there have been 75: fires with

you may well Imagine. your articles prior to 11 p. In.' or.; Quality term tuch aa U. S. OOOD -A favorite in the association. These 718 acres burned, aa compared
4A ESTABLISHED 1879 Saturday, April 1, you may lean western-fed,. tender. topo1 thrifty shoppers meat of meeting would last for three with 53 fires and 393.4
'to Cedar ,beef this grade Is still oflood/ days Friday, Saturday and acres burned during the same
We went down get your premiums by con- quality meat supreme
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
se- Key last Saturday, for the Art' tatting this office. are not nationally recognized quality, but because of less Sunday and meant lots of period last year.REOISTERED.

0 Florida's Oldest Weedy New-ffMf' rnMlsheel 'ODatlile MWlyUador Show: and were surprised to BE A WISE SHOPPER quality indicator and oftenconfust marbling It lacks the juclness work for the women who must

Ner Tk. lUme Mas IJMd. see, the sleepy old resort town As one of today's wise con- shoppers. and flavor of the higher carry enough food for their ANGUS

throbbing with activity. But aumers you want reliable Information .' Be a wise shopped I Decide grades Moist heat cooking family, and probably several Mr. Grace McComb of-

Published each Thursday sad entered M Second CLu* Matter'.* UM Post Offlast Cedar Key U no longer in order to provide first what kind! of meat dish will tenderize even the tough/ out the entire of town weekend.guest, to last Starke recently purchased a

'. Stork. Florida wider Act *f March 3rd ISTt. sleepy-the place,I Is building your family with nutritious, to cook. Then select the cut t er cuts.is registered Aberdeen Angusbull
up rapidly and It won't be wholesome good quality. .and and grade) which best I For more Information ot: In order to conserve gasoline from Monarch Grove and
Sub. crlptlonjJ I ,tri, area! 1 year, MJM| a..stkszl5* too long before the sleepy economical meat. the dish and your( budget. this line request bulletin No during World War I Ranch at WUdwood, -

OuMd. trade ar.at'' 1 year, $4.5e'w.Mhig.ge; fishing village we knew will Federal meat grade pro These Federal grade fa 7 Cut and Grades Of Meat. days It was considered un-



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'I'llUUSPAY, APIUT13. 1967yyyyyyyyyqqyyyyyyyy.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOUAl-n!: !HTAKKE!), KLOIUUA -
VA<1E EIGHT n_ ______

FIRST! METHODIST E. C. Taylor
visited htn parents Mr. and -j'. : ,. ,,. .- w. w- .1 .. CHURCH, STARKE
Mrs. W. F. Moore, and Micky Sunday Church School,
Services
LAWTEY lost week. Chuck has recently 9-43: : a. m. Morning Worship, Held
been Inducted in the V. S. lorMYP.
Snack Supper
11 a. m. Services were held Tuesday
Service and left on Wednesday -
6 p. m. MVP nuetlnffsi for; E. C. Taylor 53,
By! Eni* BInehard4AAAAAAAAAAA44AAA for Ft. Bennmy. Ga. Worship 7:30.: Of
630. Evening who died
: Starke
Sundaymorning
where he will be stationed.Mrs.
A.AA Monday Circle 2 meetsat ,
AprIl 9 following
Moore remained, until an
home of Mrs. A. F. Sauls. extended Illness.A .

Church Grace AetlviUfw Methodist" : Sunday Friday.Miss Terry Pons of Tallaliaciee 3 p. m. Girl Hall Scouts 3:15.: meet Meth-in retire:,!! building' contractor

School 9:45: Worship 11 a. m. spent the weekend with Fellowship Men's. Club meets In Mr. Taylor was born in
and 7:30: p. m., Prayer Circle Her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.B. odist 7 MYF Carlo Ga. November 13. 1913.

Monday 9 a. m. Junior M.Y.F. B. Reddish. On Sunday Mr. -. ; Fellowship Hall Subdlstrict P-m meetIng the son of the late William
"" -- --- Wesleyan
Wednesday p. m. followed by and Mrs. Ray Dorman of Henry and Laura Wood Tay-
at 7 and Jacksonville visited the Red. to Worthln 6on Springs,[
m. had
holr practice p. lor. He lived In the
BAPTIST
CIIVRCII OF GOD Morning Worship. 11 a. mPreServlr.es CALVARY .
Senior M.TJI. later. S ishes. Mr. Dorman :la Mrs. LAURA BAl'TIS'ISunda SMYRNABAPTIST'! MISSIONARY 10 7:30: P. in.Tuesday Starke area since 1940.
(Booster DonsYour Sunday School a. n Confer-
Annual
First Baptist: Sunday Reddish' brother. 422 N. St. Clalr St.. Sturktt. -
School, CIICRCTJ: *o Morning Worship, 11 a. to In Surviving Is his wife, Mrs.
School 10 a. m., Worship 11 Mrs. S3. C. Harvey and children ) 9O: m. Sunday School' 10 a. m. People and Pray ence of WSCS. April 18-20,
a. m., and 8:00: p. m.. TrainItigr left Wednesday tor Paris Morning; Worship. 11 a. m. 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Worship Services. 11 1 a. tn. and Service 1 6 p. nu. Evonlnv. Training Union 6:80: p. m Jacksonville. Jessie Taylor: four daugh

Union 7 p. m.. Midweek Island S. C. to see George Evening 'Worship 7:30: p. m. services: bunday School) 10 a. 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday, Worship 7 p. m. Mldw> Evening!: Service, 7:30.: Prmyea WednesdayPrimary.. Junior ters: Donna, Karen and

services Wednesday 8:00: p. m. Harvey graduate from Recruit Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 111. Preaching- 11 a. m.: Training 7:30: p. m. Prayer 'Meeting, Service, Wednesday! 1:30: p Meeting Wednesday 7::10 p and Youth Choir practice Brenda all of Starke: and

The Revival cloaed Sunday training at the Marine 7:30: p. m.-Re*'. Luther Me- I Union. 6:13: p. m. Evening Friday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. 8 m.-Rev. D. I.. Ramsey pas m. -Rev. R. H. Butler, pastor 3:15.: Prayer Meeting 7 Mrs Irma Jean Varnen Cross
dee pastor. Worship. 'J m. Everyone tor. City; three son: Larry, Patrick
evening after a week of good Corp Training Base there. j p. WlUlama. paator.KINGSLEY BAYLESS HIGHWAY p. m.
rvlces. Three members were Mrs. Cora Hodges of Jacksonville welcome. Elder T. C. Wil and Billy Taylor, all of
BAPTIST CHURCH Den 4 Cub
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday -
LAKE
brother
Starke; one J. L.
added to the Church. was visiting Mr. and BAYLESS H'f.- liams. pastor. Sunday
BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 m Sunday Services Scouts meet In Fellowship of Merritt
Sunday & Taiylor Island
Church of God: Sunday Mrs. O. J. Anders last week
School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 and :Mr. and Mrs. (Newt BAPTIST CHURCH DEDAN BAPTttSYSunday lbker) Sunday School. 10... m.Morning Morning Worship 11 a. m School. 10 a. m Worship Hall. 3:15: p. m.' Chancel Tla.: two sisters, Mr,. 0 p.

a. m. and 7 p. m., Y.P.B. Wednesday Strickland of Tampa were Sunday School, 15 a, m. School O.. m. Worship. 11 a. m Evening Worship 7:30: p. m Hour., 11 a. m. Training Choir rehearsal 7:30.: Odom of Starke and Mrs. L-

7:30: p. m. Prayer Thursday overnight guests.Mr. Morning Worship, 11 a. mTraining Morning: Worship! 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Prayer: Meeting 7:30: p. m Union. 6 p. m. Evening Worship C,., Wilson of Miami. Fla.

meetFriday 7:80 p. m. Revival and Mrs. Paul Dlnklna ; Urdon', S p. m. Training Union, 7 p. m. Even- Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Wednqsday. Rev.' W. I 7 p. m. OA Tuesday 4 AIRPARK BAPTIST Services were from the
Evening<< Service 7 p. m. Ing Service, B Rev Meeting Wednesday. 7:30.: p. m. Mf-: Week Pwuyelr Service Sunday Services: Sunday
services begau Tuesday Jr. and David of St. Augus- p. m. Newrocfia, pastor.NORTHSIDE 1 Boatdraln Baptist. Church.
Everyone welcome. -Rer. M. -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pester 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.- School 9:43: a. m. Morning .
April 11 and will continue fora tne were Sunday visitors of Lacy Conway pastor where Mr. Taylor was a
David Medelros, pastor. BAPTIST M. David Medeiros pastor.
Worship 11 &. m. Training
week or two. Every one Is their respective parents, Mr. CIIURCH SCHEDULES CIIVRCII OF CHRIST I member Tuesday, April 11,
Invited. and Mrs. Carl Carter and Mr. LONQ BRIDGE BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Located on Baywus: *O Away HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Union 8iO: p. m. Evening I with :Rev. :B. W. Sweat. of-

Highland Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. Paul Dinkins. CHURCH Klngsley Lake Baptist m.:, Morning Worship and [tSR 2231: ]at Ralfwl Ro 4? [highway 100 M. TberessaJ Service! 7:30.: Wednesday ficiating. Burial was in' Crosby -

School 9:45, Worship 11 a. m. Sgt. Pearce Jones Jr. who Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Communion Service 11 a. m. tSR[ 181. Services: Sund:! Sunday School 10 .>. m Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Lake Cemetery under direction

and 7:30: p. m.. Choir Practice has 'been stationed at an Air Sunday School lOa. u.;. Morning Worship1, 11 a. m. FVenlag: services, 6:30.: School. 10... m. Siwidif, Morning Wor8hlp-- a Rev, Leroy Olive, Pastor. of DeWitt C. Jones
6:30: m. Prayer meetingWednesday Base in Texas visited his uncle Morning Worship 11 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a, m
p. Training Union, 6:15: p. m. Wednesday Worship servIce m. NEW RIVER BAPTIST Funeral Home of Starke.
7.30 p. m. On Saturday and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Evening( Worship 8 p. m.; Training Union 6:30: p. .m
Evening Worship, 7:30 m.
: p. 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. :Training O:1Ion8:38: p aundajr School, 10 ajm. Morning -
April 15 at 7:30: p. in.singers A. C. Pearce Monday. He has!i Pra er Meeting, Wednesday Midweek Prayer Service. Wed. :Bell. Evening Service 7:30.: Mid m. .. : Worship, 11 'a.m. Training

from neighboring been spending his leave with ; 8 p. m.i Sing; each Friday at t 7:30: p. m. Rev. Jim Rlgdon week Prayer Service Wed Evening Worship t15; Union, 7 p.m. Evening;
churches will gather here fora !Ills parents Mr. and Mrs. '' 8 p.; m. Rev. Harvey Lane, J pastor. Com let us worship FINE"'LETEL BAPTIST daY 7:30.: -Rev. 'dlenm Law- m. Worship! 8 p.m. Wednesday

gospel alng. After the sing Pearce Jones In Chester and' castor. together. Sunday School, 10 .. m hon. pastor. Wednesdey NlgAt Prayet night service, 7:30: p.m. Everyone I
ing refreshments will be serv- left Tuesday for Viet Mam.
I BROOKER BAPTIST welcome.
ed. Friends are invited. Rev. Mrs. Mamie Futch has returned I
James Walker may be Heard from a two weeks Sunday School, 10 a. a a -L. L. Parker, pastor

<4n Sunday at 2:30: p. m. over\ visit with her son-in-law and Morning; Worship,' 11 a. so FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

Radio station WZOK. A pas daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Training Union.' 8::30 p. m An Investment In Your Future Sunday School 9:4: $ a. m.

tor's Conference Is called at Putney n Jacksonville. evening Worship 7:4o.: Prayer Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
tiila church for Friday April Visiting Mrs. Nellie WilkInson Meeting Wivlneadav, 1'30 '
\.. Youth Fellowship.. 6 m.
p.

21.Personate .during Mrs. the Daisy weekend Both were andLynn Vernon IIEILBRONN N. WUHamson BATOM pastor. E C ca' fiB m m 8 Choir p.m. Practice Wednesday, home protection at

We regret to note that Mrs.Cdwln Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Griffls up 'WL Rev. Robert D. Burch. with
less cost
: Padgett la confined In and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffls Sunday School) ) 8:65'a.. n. IswMklff I a

i Alachua General Hospital In and their famlles of Pa- Morning Worship. 11 a. i... Homeowners Policy.
Gainesville and Mrs. W. E. latka. Trmlnlnr Union! 8:30: p. m. THE RIGHT POINT for the Contact mu today!

Bishop, Is a :patient In Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Evening; Service. 7:30.: MIdweek the way you write. Come In
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County Ho pltaL of Virginia Beach. Va announce Prayer Service.' 7:00: p. 1 1111 HilljI $ !i@mI{ ffjUIfK:: : ffgfHfI:: : : lj11 JjIfj1jljmjI11fmUi: : : mtilifmf@1mrmrmm: UmHIfjljlfj1jlfll: : : i and select your favorite ES- .

*" Mrs. L. H. Hinote of MiwtU the trrlval of a 11". Wednesday. -Troy John' TERBROOK fountain pen. 1 Merritt H.Williams .
pent the week 'with: her ala- daughter Sue Ellen on April son. pastor.'GRAnAM 1 SAME OLD STORY M .

'ter Mrs.: PhiUlpi. Sunday vi- 7. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson :lathe :;: :;1::':: :
:Zi tore were Mr. and Mra. F. paternal grandmother.Mr. BAPTIST CHURCH :I:::::= A boy and girl...lie carries her books to school...they share stories and laughter :.: 'r ;. 117 N.

KM. Redd and son of Macon, and Mrs. Eugene Pear- Sunday 'School. 10 a.rn. Morn- 1= =! ...yes, ft'a the same old story, but it's all new to them. Even though we have seen it 1tJ:;:;

"Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips. son of Gainesville spent Sat- Ing Worship 11 a.m. and 7 k 8! many times before, we receive joy In seeing their Joy. %1 ssv1ceto'zti9 e a Walnut St.

Jacksonville with Mr. and p.m. Rev.' Leland A. Baker ...... .....
of ..
Earl
and ..
Bryon urday evening mII:: : From the beginning of man's time on earth, Cod has revealed himself to man, and :: : .......co..... .....c....... *; Phone)
Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. John Tye and Pain. pastor.Tuuisday I ';; OI. SOM" ..,...
Phillips and family of Starke, Sunday Visitors of Mr. and Visitation, 10 ::::1: man has told others about God, and how much God hag done for man. Through centuries ,. "Q.M.ar.."" ..._. .I Oy'. UWS'." I !) .5391STATE

Coleman Philllpa of Lake City. Mrs. James Rosier were their a.m. and 7 p.m.NORTJ1SIDE ii::: the story has not changed, but there are many who have not heard the story. :;;::

Mrs. Ruth Barthlow, Mr. daughter-in-law Mrs. Burton I I I :ri::M Invite someone to church this Sunday It may be their first opportunity to hear of :; I FARMj"

and Mrs. Ray Nugen and Rosier of Palatka and her BAPTIST m: God's great love. Better Home*. Furniture Co. [
Ruth of Mlddleburg were Vi- :son Ray Rosier who Is spending I CHURCH I :;: 4 120e KdKewood Av. Flra and Cuuitty Contptny I

siting Mr%. :Mae B. WeUa on his leave with his parent Schedule of services: : Sunday I I I Jacksonville. Florida S2205 Horn OHIMI Bloomlnjton,tninalt
after which he will leave m::::::: '4
Sunday afternoon.Miss I School 9:45 m. Morning 1v _
ArUlWuie Blanch rd I for Viet Nam. Worship, 10:45: a. m. TrainIng .." I
spent the weekend with Miss Mr. and, Mrs. Joe Shuford Union, <6:45
Than Blanchard. They vlsltod"Mrs. 'I' and family were visiting his I Service, 7:45.: Mld-Week 1 \world that he gaut hit t P!
D. B. and Miss mother Mrs. John Shuford and For building
Lynn I Prayer Service, Wednesday, ,! ::::::: only btgatttn San your poultry' .
Cora Lyons on Saturday alUrjioorrtn Dave Sunday. 7:45: p. m. j : ..
:(:: that whoioeotr bglIeoethhihlnshoutjpot/ ,
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1 : .
!Melrose. :Mrs. Bettie Miner anv. eons get the big sheet < i: o
Mrs. W. O. Rhodartof: Ocala :- of Jacksonville were dinner NEW RIViR'Br."tS'tSunday : /! f: : ,. ..
.
was a Sunday visitor of her guests of Mrs. Effle Miner on School 10 a. m. :::i: perish but boat everlasting -

Sister Mrs. H. C. Wainwrlght. Morning Worihlp. 11 a. m. i::i lift." ,... with the big guarantee !
Vernon Duck who has finIshed Training Union 6:30: P. m. ::::r.' "
: :::: John 3.15ti& r .., 4 "
his boot training: at Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. m. ; -
.Camp May N. J. is spending Sunday.FFA Prayer Meeting Wednesday I : ,
his ten leave with his I 7 p. nt.-L. L. I ;
day NEWSIIRADFORDCflAP'IER\ Parker paitor. .::,:::.:.;. ; ,
:.:.:.:.
parents :Mr. and Mm.' T. V. '...... : 1
IIY-WAT CHAPEL :::;:
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Duck and the other mrm'hersof __ ,
ASSEMBLY ,
OF GOD
his family. On Saturday f..f.x ; (
West Weldon St. J-t _
April 15 he will leave for The Sub- Istrtct Contest and Rat- I ,. _
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will. be held at Bradford High ford Road. 16. :, :. -"_ .-
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Great Lakes, 111. where he is k,0111)I t i .. : ,
being sent to echool: by the School on April 14 and will Sunday Services: Sunday .. ,. ..., :-___:= ------_ _
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Air" Corp. Include Publio Speaking, School, 10 a.m. Morning Wor- A i Hit Church. Is fed'i" .,"'n'otI' ogmy. til utile' ;. J -4..4 -_- -- --
.
: ship, 11 a.m. C. A. Youth ... .. .. '.. n _: =: _-- _
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Alton Crews who has been! Parliamentary Procedure. i V :wo.M far uradni. KM "''''' ol Kb I. V "9.
4 stationed at Camp LeJeune Tractor Driving, String Band Group, 6 p.m. Evening Wor-,, C ,:(lor mn.id..II(Nil dtmart(lor'mon' M mponrft .. 'J; -_ _- '". =

_:N. C. is spending his thirty and Quartette. ship, 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, I A Hut 10.. If Imlni Nt ....|...... Wlbovl'Mill f4; ._____________ '" -. '- -- ;;::. ::
day leave with hist, mother Chapters thai; will be participating 7:30: p.m. Thursday. I ILeroy V iioundlnf. In DM, .... d to< .. sevenV 1'-' '. .' .. : TJi .. .,

.Mra. Steve Starling. Jr. and In the contest are -- Lightsey, pastor.]! ''nwil., M wI.I" tr way tl HI. WIll.... .
:Vnmra sid Nil "fiwdomf wMcli M held 4'
Mr. Starling and family. He Jacksonville Paxon, Jacksonville FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I .di.. wlU .Mivl.. It.... ,..we. 1honI.. sets 1\1\, j --
Baldwin _ _
has finished his training and Englewood .
STARKE '' ,"fnm S Mlflih. foM 01(win' ,MM riMM...wnwl _
expects- to leave for millard. Starke, and Brad
Camp Sunday School 9:45 i ,"Hit" OnirUi hr Hw loki.(HM nHara.1 Um.miy 'fj,1" ..'.
: a. m.
Pendleton, Calif on April 25. ford. ,A. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.,' IOIf ... Ills '....n'. ..,... Ihot, .....or, t.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles -James Allen Reporter. "
(Chuck) Moore of Lake City Bradford Chapter. Quest _sneaker-_ "___' _. R.no'. tT.ii/-voi.___.. I p..nM "itiwM, uphold ml. fodUpalt 'InHw I if"
Howe, representing the Old Own. b.._ K MN Hit hvld >bml .. ," :
-- N eons. Training Union, 6:15: p. ,1 -',lit. iKlti on4 dtiHnrt, ,Hit,, "kuffl whkkIMH :f ,W -

GLASS That' Our Business m. Evening Worship; 7:30.: '' I .. will ttl kin. kit k I* child tl :is-;: : :; KAISER ALUMINUM'S PATENTED

sermon: "Take Heed of Thy 1M. .
\
"If It's Glass W. Dave If self." :::nq :i';: 4>. !' TWIN'-
Monday R. A. Meeting' ,, :;:;<
3 CALL WRITE or visr 6 p. m. Youth Choir tractlce.. i .:.f."' _.-,....... ,

FOR ANY GLASS NEED 7 p. m. Associational review iili1iE; jlrtitl 12 ;iU1jurijil .
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and write-up session on Study II ROOFING AND SIDING
We Design Modern Store Fronts Course book. "The Sunday ""
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Just Mail Ua A Pattern For School Program of a T ) guaranteed 20 years V

-- .'4 Table TopeSHEA'S Church" led of by the HerbertO1ammely Stale Sun Mc- II This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow -4.

day School Office. I ing Civic-Minded Business Firms CORROSION GUARANTEE
Tuesday Junior Choir KilMT Aluminum rooting and tiding t* pu-f-...it "not to'
GLASS CO. leak ram prfonMon oauMd by eorrailon.' pravktod KalurAluminum
practice Intermediate O. A.,,
i FAULKNER BUSH'S mcemmott mr* uwd In .Irataiution, end rooHngnd
I Sunbeams 3:30: p. m. Junior STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES siding mi* not In contact will dlHlmllar n.t>l. orground.
O. A. 4:30.: Christian WltneaiClass i SINCLAIR SERVICE GULF SERVICE No odor dm g eowrad.TolivfUb guaranteed Myaara.
t313 N.W.4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FU2-435S I .
7:30: p. m., to be held Inc. UmHad to raplacamant of roofing and aiding only.
Proratad aftar 10 yaara batad on pricaa M lime of atfua| -
.. at the First Methodist U-HAUL RENTALS Tune-ups Brake Repair mant Ooomolaa appfioallan mual ba __ MM trenalaraM -
Church led by Rev. Van! FeaturingAce Hardware ....LIIIII.... la farm raaldence' : ""'tall.lIo.... .
: Wheel Balancing
GET CASH Capps, a member of the Area- Track Trailer Complete Pain Supplied

Wide Crusade for Christ and Sporting Good
Moat Line of Bait
Evangelistic Team. Complete Lubrication Complete Cover your poultry building ,..Ier...You.11 find If

IMMEDIATELY Wednesday Prayer I Minor Tune-ups and Tackle in Bradford "Clnpt: WITH US FIRST- easy and fast to Install our extra-long extra-wide.

Meeting 7 p. m. Church 263 N. Temple Ph. 964-7361 219 Washington St. 944-82)0: extra-strong Twin-Rib sheets. Lengths of' 6 to, 24
709 S. Walnut Ph. 9 .1.689!)
Choir practice, 8 p. m. I feat 43" wide after lapping..saves time money.
Thursday Asaoclatxmal labor. Fewer side and end laps mean a tighter roof.

S F" $25 TO $600 WMU meeting 10 a. m., New DOYLE CONNER Edwards Grocery & Lawson Meat Market Keep It up to 15. cooler..Twin-Rib roofing and

River Baptist Church. Visita AND COLD ,STORAGE siding reflects the sun so well that your poultry
tion. 7 p. m. I Insurance Agency Mkt. buildings stay noticeably cooler In summer. Your

-W. A. Hogan pastor. We Speciallta, In Ctarton 8laIlPt8ro birds will stay healthy produce more.
: DO YOU HAVE. S-A-V-E Ins. CatUnff A Wrapping--
Groeerfes-lUeats-Feedt For Build for the future...Because It needs flltfe or no
Frees
With Your Mutual Prepared Deep *
MADISON STREET Agent
-Too many payments to make Gas & Oil maintenance the big sheet Is an Investment in a
BAPTIST CHURCH MIONE W4-7059 trouble-free future.. And It protects without painting.
222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369
-Too many bills to pay? Sunday Sunday School) Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. _ _ since It can't rust or warp. Get all the facts about

9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. DeWITT C. JONES Kaiser Aluminum Twin-Rib roofing
Starke 66" Service end siding.Ask for our free i 9ffi
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11 a. m. Youth-Choir prac .12Q>
DO YOU NEED tice. 4:45: : Training Union BILL EDWARDS t "& & % G\ FUNERAL HOMES "facts": booklet.. ..., -g eow.si.... .
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6:15. WMU Starke Ph. 964-6200 ...
: Prayer Circle .
EXTRA CASH NOW? 7:15: Evening Worship, 7:30./: / Brake Service I -Wheel I Balance I OF STARKE, INC. Keystone t Heights i' I AISERALUMINUW
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Wednesday prayer and
Alignment US. :301 NORTH
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR Praise Service. 7:30.: Church Ph. 473-3171

MONEY PROBLEMS' / Choir practice 8:30.: I 612 N. Temple-Ph. 961-7231 Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla. AVAUABLCATFarmers :

; Thursday Auxiliaries!

I I meet 3:30: p. m. Charley E. John Sinclair Refining Co. Hurst Shell Service Mutual' l
We Are Trained To Help! i I i 7:30.Rev.: VIsltatlon//
. Felder' Agency W. L. Thomas. Distributor

131 1. Walnut ,Ph. 4-S010 GASOLINES KEROSENE CARL HURST

Town Fmance Co." AlJusUbto TbiyI Book/ GKNEilAI: INSURANCE .Fuel OU and Grease ExchangePhone

7..1 601 S. Walnut. Stark FJwy. 301 & 100' Ph. 'U4th'f1h&rfey
Ph. Cevrrs. All size 30 cents *a. Xobody But Nobody U.4erseDt
226 -N. Temple- -
'1 at The Telegraph.. < R. John Arentv <1 f Ph. 964-8246& 964-7S71 Starke F1a.r. .







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a AAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAA ;after several months visit with Mr. and :Mrs.: Eddy Allen last express sympathy to Mrs JoAnn I Sunshine Junior Christian I be observed Sunday at NewT'' I md Rev. Moaley The publicS

:Mrs. M. Watterson.. I Sunday. Hicks Gene Chason and Colored Citizens Club was held Monday, April Bethel Baptist Church with J cordially Invited. *

HAMPTON Mrs. J. Q. Adkins spent I :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haak- Mrs. Evelyn Perry In the i', News I 3,. at the home of Mrs. E. B. Miss EsteUe Walters, a student Church of. God !In Christ",
Waler, with Deborah J. Givens at Santa Fe Junior Col- R. Williams
several days last week In Me- enson of Homestead spent last loss of their loved one, Alvin Elder D. pastor.
clenny visiting her father, Saturday with Mr, and Mrs. Cowan. I II as hostess. lege, as speaker for the 11 Sunday School, 10 a. m. with
By Mr*. Mary W1Wams&AAAAA.uAAAAAUUAAA I The club sponsor, Mrs. o'clock service Rev. Fred Wil- Beacon] Tom Hall and
J. W. Priester, In the hos- Ernest Green They were on Mrs. T. F. Brown was tha ..
pital there. their way to Wisconsin. supper' gnest of Mr. and Mrs. I I I, RKCRKATION Ghent, and members were entertained Hams, pastor of Bethel Bapj j Bro. Dewey Taylor In charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wil- R. A. Brannen at their home Baseball. and Softball practice Saturday evening tist Church Jacksonville, will Horning Service, 11:13.: : Youngf'eople's
Mr. and. Mrs. Jack McDan- liamson and family recently on Bedford Lake last Friday. \ !Is beingcorujuctedx on the from 6 to 9 at a Shindig speak at 3 p. m. The publicIs Willing Workers wuT
Mr. Blanton Gideon field tale and family of Tampa, at the homo of Mrs.
a moved Into their new home Reno Recreation playground Party cordially Invited to attend neet at 0 p. m. with the pre.
representative cut of Jacksonville spent last Sunday with Mr. We are glad to report that Flossie Lee Mitchell.The .
on the Hicks Road. Monday through Thursday -Rev, A Vinson, pastor ,.dent Sister Shirley Marks,
was guest speaker at the I and Mrs. R. J. Williams.Mr. Mrs. Lorralae Varnes Joined Mrs. Ethel Swindell was able' B from 4:30: to 6:3O: p. m. Boys club' was organized Greater Allen Chapel AME In charge. Evening Worship,*

Baptist Church last Sunday. and Mrs. Frank Williams her husband who is in the to com lost home week.from the. hospital ( and girls from 10 to 17 who I January 1, 1965 by Mrs. Ohent. Church, Rev I. A. Sampson, 'rue.dayat 7:3O p. m., acMS. -

Baptismal services were and family of Gainesville army, at King City, Calif., have not registered for this She is asking the cooperationof pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morning : Bible' Band will be held'ordln&

held at Hampton Lake after were the supper guests for the rest of his stay there. Holland Brown returned last program may do so at the all parents on to the be Mother'sDay held at Worship 11 a. m. <: to the president", Sis

Church last Sunday morning. of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams Recent visitors at; the H. M. week from a tour of duty of recreation center.' Pleasant program Grove :Methodist The'choir Union will be held ]Jalsy Jones Sunshine Band

Mrs. Marilyn Eaten was baptized last Saturday. Manning home were Mr. and 15 montlia In Pakistan. He will'I All boys between T and A Church. Miss Cynthia Broxton at 3 p. m. at Lake Butler St. Mil! meet at 5 p. m. Wednes...

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Norman Mrs. Frank Ingram and family ,, be stationed at Key West for who would like to participatein will present' the speaker of the James Church, Rev. Levy Len- lay, Apr. 19. All members are
then be out after
will
Mrs. Myrtle Watterson left; of Dad* City. I a year II the Tadpole Basketball hour, Miss Linda Mathia/ non, pastor. Evening service isked to attend.-Patty Mo uIs.
of. Starke were visiting 20 service.. I
last week for Dana, N. C. The community wishes toP years League are asked to meet at Everyone Is invited to attend. e p. m. iOn reporter for Sunshine
Those visiting with Mr. and I I the Reno Recreation Playground Mrs. Clara Ghent chairman- 'Friday night leading to ]Band; Mlsa T. L. West;

a aIF I Mrs Grover Cox last week at 4:30: p. m. today sponsor; Miss Gall Randolph the fourth Sunday, the pastorsand sponsor' .
DES were Grover Cox ..Jr. of Virginia i (Thursday). congregation will render
"' \ CI, 11 NEW 0011QTht Mrs. Sylvia Cox Orange There will be a Record Hopat president.The next meeting will beheld services: in the interest of-

10\1\\.1\\1"-\\\ \\ /& Park Mrs. Inez Coleman, Mrs. DuPre Completes the Recreation Center at Monday, Apr. 11, at the the Men's Day program: Rev. Adjustable Vtnjrl Book

\\mLDING 1 I Evelyn Hicks of Jacksonville, 8 p. m. Friday. All teenagers home of Mrs. Louise Broxton.,' Levq Lemmon, Rev. Me- Cevera AH seem 30 cents e*.
\\ \\ Npj I i Woodrow Cox
\ l.It l. Heights} and Mrs. ,Janle, Hicks; SCHOOL NEWS ITie Annual Youth Day wl1l.
of Hampton. Utility Company Honor students for the -

Mrs. Percy Adkins celebrated fourth sIx-Nveetts\: period are:
buPre
H. districtManager
I )leer eighty-sixth birth James Principal's.LiaU Alice Turn '
in oharge. of the
'ilear i day on April 13th, with a er, Velma Wade, Carolyn:
,Y Starke recently cortt-
area
small family dinner. Brown, and Denise Jackson I
:Fred Peeples, who Is stationed pleted.40 years of service with Honor Roll: Nellie D"VISI

at Norfolk, Va.,,. and the' Florida Power & Light' Linda Dlnktna, Henry Franklin -,., Island!
Co He will
I I Miss Janet :Frazier of Huntington the{ company's-40-Year was presented Pin b ,Ronald Strong Sharon I Chevron
W. Va., spent several > Clark, Sylvester FrankUn,.
A. B. Wright; vice presidentIn
3 rai days with Mrs. }jMary Peeples. charge of the Northern' Division Ralph Pjrd, Anthony DeSue, ... I __..
!is 6 71: .a. at a recent manager Audrey Griffin, Shirley :Fay \ t. "
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I Conner CriticalOf son, Maeella Durham, Frankte ;
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meeting In Daytona.; Boach. Jackson Valarla Jenkins, r .
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/ l rf ,Kirk's Use Of DuJre Joined ,the power Velma Mitchell Beverly Floyd,
h v P ,i, a company in 1.26 was a helper Clara Hamilton* Emma Hampton tt

p, I Private Police !in Palatka becoming a line- Marylee Lane, Shirley \ .
fnsA 'in 192T. He transferred Pete, Cynthia Williams, Esther .t
r.' Commissioner of Agriculture lastweek's to Miami in 1940 to work Ir Barber, Jeanette Aldridge,
4'a's Doyle Conner saidt
the Claims and Safety Division. :
Daisy Lee. Coleman, Sheila /
cabinet ,meeting: thaiwhile
.'He became district manager Crawford, 'Brenda King, Hazel
II, he supports the purposesof
in Starke in 1943, replacing King" Charles Williams, Le-
"war
Gov. Claude Kirk's
Rising Costs Can Reduce Your Home Savings on crime" without reservation H. M; Fairbanks. gertha Griffin Cynthia Clark, :
Since coming: to Starke he Eliza Clark Oliver Crum,
A new home will probably never cost lass than it does right now.Home prices are)rising any"I have regal! ,been basis.unable or! precedent to .find has been active tot civic, fraternal Dora Frazier Edward Hamilton -

_as they have always/ done. for: using. private detectives and church activities. Deborah Henry, Gloria ;

Take advantage of these rising prices-buy now and watch the value of your home) and profit-making corporationsto He has been president and di- Hutchinson, Catherine John- a4T 'eT4h+rfdaY
rector of the Starke Martha
Rotary won, Dennis Kelly,
Increase..Instead of waiting while savings to catch discharge the duties and ; _
try
your up. I responsibilities of public officers Club, has served on the boardof Lane, Joann Pittman Linda _

'Immediate%financing Is available to all qualified property owners at Jim Walter I and agencies." directors' of the Starke- Tyson, ,Ora Lee White and ;
Bradford County Chamber of Sandra Williams
--you need no cashl, criticizing Kirk's iw at
Commerce, 1 U a member ol SUNSHINE BAND
*.* Why wait ? the Wackenhut detective agency
the Starke telk'u :Brad-
of Miami in the "war on Lodge. The Sunshine Band will :.yI

A Jim Walter home built today will put dollars tn your poexet tomorrow. I crime," Conner noted thait law ford,, Lodge No. 35 F & A M, have. Its regular meeting at, I

enforcement agencies "are not and of the First Baptlal B p. m Wednesday, April 19.

Build the Jim Walter IT'S UNIQUE I only responsible for protectIng Church.He AR members are asked to be _
way. the public from,the criminal exul his .wife, Mamie, present end on time.-Fatty ,ry a

Tie unique Jin Walter homeowner's plan makes ft easier to Include a new home In your budget by but are also charged 'With live:on Hlghweys100South.( Morris, reporter; :Miss T. I*

allowing/ you to purchase your new home built te virtually any stage of completion. You Spend only I the duty and responsibility to West, sponsor. cPutthntYoua Ho spirit In your ear. Pill up tliJJ C/It'l.1'rm F-ItJfJli"tA Get all thetntleaee

as much as you feel yon can afford at this time... and you can make even bigger dollar savings by see that all members of soclety Library Week SUNSHINE:!! JUNIOR and pvr/m' manceynur car was designed to deliver.It s watting; foryou at tat

doing some of dm Interior finishing yourself. You may purchase packages of interior finish materials are secure. against illegal CHRISTIAN CLUB red mad blue Chevron pumps. T/iat's Chevron LrIand tout'of the Standard siyt.

t from Jim Walter and Install them yourself..purchase them installed by Jim Walter... or make your Invasions of privacy illegal To Be Observed The regular meeting ef .the

# mm imnsements for the Interior completion.Whether you choose the basic shell home or one more searches and seizures as wellas 11"1 M ,. "

complete Immediate 100% financing is available. defamation" and< related. April 1 l4 -22 :" furnishes more detailed information

*Jim Walter' borne Is an investment In your allure civil The offenses.Cabinet rejected private on this subject,, K. G. DUNCAN, Agent STANDARD!
National Library Week will: may be obtained by droppinga
.. financing for Kirk's war and be. observed throughout the poet I' card to the District Starke, Fla. OIL'
voted him *23OOO: in public
HOMES fOR LIVING! funds. nation. from ,Api-U..Xe, through Director, Internal Revenue
22 ,nth emphaals on efforts! service 21 West Church

or LEISURE/ \ g, i. I Kirk the said he state was funds"delighted"with 'but to encourage Individual AnV Street, Jacksonville, Florida tMMMAfttt atsaaaa.essat. eiwAeomama. ablate aase.nwrkeewr

.100% WINCING f added that If any "strings"were ericans to read more books 32202. _t dL
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I 'attached, he 'wni refuse and i become -more familial ._ .___ --
BUiLT ON YOUR PROPERTY. ''<'-'' ii ,' libraries. ., I
I wlttl their = r --f* smx *ox xa x'-rmxm
to use the money., -
/ 3-BR. OXFORD the LEISURE Week will be observed :
Him cottage The 125,000: was voted in Library '

lieu of Kirks request that. a locally with open AREA{ BUSINESS
Cal!. Write or Come fctf Today. trust fund .toe set up to process house at the Public Library li DIRECTORY

private donations to the Starke ort:'Saturdai/,Apr. IS,

JIM WALTER CORPORATION ST I "war, on crime" by the state. from 10' a. m. until,5 p. m..
w I A motion by Kirk to approvethe 'The' Yxiblie cf all ages. Is invited I "

I would III*to Itnaw mom about your bunding and trust fund died for lack to visit the library durIng -, AUTO SALES & SERVICE Farm and Industrial LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
enandne plan.Man sand ms shas twabl.I emWI of a second.Conner these hours and deco Equipment

lntril In a.., more familiar with\ Us. services Jeep Jeepster C h'e r r y' s Hancock OfficeEquipment
Ail OreN OATS .
Q Home D Cottage led! the move to appropriate -, and facilities.
( the state funds and > Family of 4 Wheel Drive Santa Fe Tractor, Gainesville's Most Fashionable

Jacksonville Fla. 32205 NAME pay full-time,state employeesto Als* marklpg Library Week RAMBLERMotor Inc. 'For Ladles Smith-COrona-Authorlzed
C use
I ADDRESS I conduct the crime' war *.. locally wil be an, art exhibit,. DRKS8 SUITS-COATS Dealer
3281 West Beaver StreetP. CITY STATI sponsored by the Junior r Co. F. on D MATERNITY WEAR
a stopgap]: measure until the aldgway Clary-Victor-Totallla
O. Box 6248 I T-l-pl. Legislature has time to act Woman's Club with/ aJl! per. 11n S. Main Farm Tractors& Implements ACCESSORIES ** Adding Machines\ Calculator
eons in the Starke area In- :Ford Industrial Equipment 1 W.' University GainesvilleMEN'S
I'hone: 383-1585 My properly It tocottd In- County. in the matter. Gainesville 372-8433 SALES-SERVICE-RENTALS
J vlted to :display origins I USED EQUIPMENT,
--- SAVE TIME Discus your
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works of art'during the week, .SALES PART SERVICE WEAR requirements with us first.
April 16-22. Each: person may] PICK UP & DELIVERY
I II BRASINGTONCADILLAC L & L Men's Shop 128 N. Mien St. Gainesville
enter three pieces, in a ny; 4488 NW Sixth Gainesville Phone S16-5Ml.
medium painting, sculpture ] .' --OLDSMOBILE Phone 376-2948: Florshelm Shoes-

carving,' etc. No prizes Ino. Peso! Phrma Suits

..... will be awarded.. SALES a SERVICE: GARDEN [SUPPLIES Ladies Sports Wear PAINT & President Lyndon Johnson Fine .ttolectlon. of Used Car 'AfnJw Dress 'Shirt*'

I '" has said. "Because lIbra| i s Taken On. CailOhM Trad*"* Johnson: .Paris, Inc. IS W. UnlvWmitv, Gainesville Paint &

'play such an active role It 2001 N.W. 13th. lit. 441. Complete. Line of Glass Co.
the education and'enlightmenb ". PHONIC l 478-5301 SEEDSI'LANTSMOBILE110MES:
f KYANIZC PAINTS
ss "fIf our people. they de- InMtcMrldeH- Pet SupplleaFERTILISERS MUSTANG .
or--Mirror Sliding Doo>
full
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serve >our SUPPOI Wi I
4'__ s .W 1 'psi. must da much more to bringthem CRANELINCOLNMERCURY 'We.Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Mobile Homes, Inc. Tuh Enrloffuren-Shower Door.
r 224 P(.W. 8th Ave. -WlndowvAwnlngCarpetWallpapsrStorefront -;
within easy access 01 f OalnesvUle's Discount Mobile

: every American., We trust assure ,- Authorized sates' &:: Service Pi1ONE972.0470 Home Sale! Lot. Coannltatlon.

every man the opportunity eoe B. University, Gainesville Galncmvllle Fla. Purchase discounts on entire 116 N.VT. Sixteenth St.

arx aig1Mt : v to improve his mind and: Phone 972-4251: GLASSGAINESVILLE: chain guarantee huge savings. OAJNESVILLE! 172-8191
:_ better his life"Mrs. NEW: MOON CAPK1JLAPACEMAKER -
,
'# Martha Minx, librarian Crane's Imports
#
.n. e In Low SEWING? MACHINES
e xa extending: an Invitation Used Mobile Homes';"
'
Votto (MerredeM-Benz),
ti
4ftt
to the public to visit the. FIAT-IIILLMAM .GLASS CO. .INC. Priced.: With approved credit ..

library during this special.. 2301: N. ;Main Gainesville "BVKRYTIIINO: : IN GLASS""" low as $100 down. National SewingMachine
week said "During the 6b- Phone 572-4373 Mirrors 4820 !If.\& lath St..4U North
: Store Fronts -
servance of National Lbran' Windows Sliding Class nalnenvUla. 875-IS48 Co., Inc.:;

Week it will be .well to read J Jat Acade I-. Doors -. 'Tub Enclosures: CALL COLLECT New Home. Pfaff, Nelco
Beauty v.
least one book arid to, Universal Sewing MachinedPOWELL'S
aosa in' H.: \vai.io-. nIL Motorcycles Scooter
io nd Just a. few minutes visiting .- GaIn.UIo 876tOfttUniversity Sale & Service
;
r ;...:.a.+ our local library, too Nearly New Units $5 monthly

Each time we do these thmgi Beauty; Academy Glass CYCLERAMA. Budget Terms. Available _

we rediscover the wonders, Learn a Profession In Your Motorcycles 611. W" University, GalnesvUl4
the & Glazing Co. I Inc. 878-1355
dellfhU.- and the brain- Spare Time. Full or Part Time YAMAHA

stretching power of th
printed word"Who Low Tuition Terms AUTO GLASS SERVICE
v A TILEfl & PAINT .
219 N.W. 10th Ave. Shower
,Tab Enohtturns ACCESSORIES
Must file Gainesville 378-2761,, Doors Store.Fronts 615 W. TTMverdey"' ,'oahtesvlno -

$2466 Tax na S. Main Gainesville S78-2811 FLINTKOTE TILE .
ReturnsIs
; 878-0951 Vrnyl: -Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt

ExplainedEveryone CONCRETE tmODUCTS !MOVERS Floor Finishing Prodteta. .
IRON --- ORNAMENTALOrnamental CARPETWAIXPAPEU a
; 'M.nuhearnf. S.ooat.d R.tal pits .w IM Csmw Spat INSIST THAT. ALL TOUR Long Distanoe Moving ""
t I I Coop with SM Sundvd Sac The Cxnara Kiown hM -
I (\core hoed....*.$14.76.:nyl tnm group MO,O6:wh.N l eav ra. (,! married
: 121.10;and whiuwma 11_ M1.3S AS prtcw Include Fwlnal.CxoiM ARE THE BEST FROM Steel StairsFabrication / (Orating
4. T_and.wggMUd d.4.dafIwtot and htndllng elurg who Is a citizen or resident tc Erection of Shipping r2222 N.W. 6Ol St.
,\ .. l(....o port'IocaIII011a1)ary .ecm* nm). .,MUM tfOoml>
..': had. gross Income of $600 or Supply I Inc MisceUaneoas Iron .

:,: to tho head of the class. Camaro more during the year must ,.4724844FLA. HILL'S MOVING. .
,; bto"es- ou up 726 8. Alain Steel I Products Co.
fuel[ an Income tax return :
OAIl'fESVn.u' :. & Storage, InCa TRAVEL_ _ _ ,
; and acting lowerwiderheavier than any other If are 65'' older Blvd. Gainesville
: the sportiest looking : you or on SS N.W.23rd 8540 N.E. Waldo Rd. a-

; the With the biggest Six th. widest stance the the ajrb day of your tax year, 3738381JANITOR'S Gainesville 872-4271 'House: of Travel
'/ tar at price. no :return is required unless MOTORS ,.

Chevrolet dealer's gross Income was $1,209 or ,ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
\ 'roomiest interior. Drive it at:your : MUSIC INC.
more. U :your income is un
end e ..You get more than_yourimoney'sjryortlu. dnthe., ,, above figures you ELECTRIC Spence, Lipham Music'' Co. AIRLINES: BTEAMSHXPl! *

4 -- -- -- should file a return to obtain Motor Repair Co. Chemical Supplies GameevOIo\ Shopplne R R*

I any refund due you of STMO5S Car BentalJI
Hate!lst!
Income tax withheld from CM Gainesville. Ino. Janitorial Supplies CleanIns -
'. 110 N. W. 18tb Avenua.Authorized No Charire For On Serrtea
t r.1. .al! ries 'or 'watea.Businessmen. RepelriJlg-fttndtnc Chemicals Wax -
8:80 to 5.-OO .
"i farmers, and New and Used Broom: Brushes Mop\. Baldwin Pianos Organ Weekdays 9 to is. .
CAMAROI-I I .. \ sat.
Compare WORK Bucket"Restroo. mapplteaA ..
other self-employed:; person GUARANTEED Guitars Gibson .-.'Ooya, $415 W. University :Av.
roust file a returnet, 1030 S, Math Gainesville Equipment Drums Ludwlg';'.Sllngarland >. Gainesville 3781601TH1RSDAV. ::
STB-X1M
OMlle
and learn why it gives you that .sure feeling earnings from selfemployment Phone 372-8314 701 !BE! 2'n4 Feuder Standard Amplifiers -

were $400 or more. -
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Reg. 2/49..20- :. DIXIE DARLING Large White Fam.lyr!Loaf 1 i
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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_. a'l'gKIII' FLORIDA. THURSDAY.- APRIL 13. 1887 ,\ '. '
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.. Official Terms Keystone-G'ville ,I Special-Session Set !

KEYSTONE HUTES Monday Night By Airport Lease To Sportsmen

By Jim Fox T oD-F Service Impractical Now Keystone CouncilA
Please Phone In Your Items 473-4143 ree
special session has been
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Still In The
Air'Turmoil
set Monday April 17 at 7:30: Up
BOWE-SIPREIXE man 'Roberts of Gainesville, Toll-free phone service between between Keystone anJ Starke I p. m. by the Keystone!\ City ,
Miss Mary Jo Siprelle. and Mrs. Allen Miller poured Keystone Heights and since Alachua County residents ., Council for consideration of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. tea. Miss :Lee Rtdcmght and Gainesville would be impractical have toll-free serviceto several delinquent propertytax still exists over the property should have been gerously Ww on fuel whert
J.- Slprelle of Jacksonville Miss June Rktaught served because of the high cost all parts of the ccunty. accounts plus other mat- Sportsman's Club lease to approximately leased by competitive bid- they couldn't spot the airport
'(I/ And formerly of Keystone and punch. of new equipment and line The study last May also, :2,000( acres of ding. Redfearn said he I runway Ights. He cited several
vi(. James Geoffrey! Bowe. son of Fifty guests were Invited to and a resulting Increase in determined that a Keystone ters.Accounts the council Is the Keystone Airport, it was wouldn't care who leased the I cases on March 23 when.
:Mrs. George R. Bowe and the the Paul home on Old Field subscriber rates. subscriber averages only 2.1 I concerned about are not cur- evident!. after Tuesday night's facility. I aircraft had to 'MM alternate
>t late Mr. Bowe. were married. Pond between the hours of 3 A study last May placedthe calls per month to Gaines rent, but go back to 190(). meeting of the Keystone Don Morgan, president of I fields or look for a Ion;' time.
if 12:30: ( p. m., April 1st, In and 5 o'clock. rate increase at $1,03 per ville. The Installation now The council will also discuss Council.A the Sportsmans Club told the Council had previously
Queen of the Holy Rosary KEYSTONE WOMAN'S CLUB \\11 : I month for a private residential "would take a lot of work; and the purchase of a dump recent Inspection of the council that a club member, voted to purchase the beacon.
J Cathedral Toledo Ohio The week of April 18 line and $3 per month fora equipment plus a tremendously truck. The city's has been airport by a representative of Dan-ell Davis had been to but no motion has been made'to
/liven in marriage by her thiough 22nd Is National Li- ", '' .,' .. business, Southern Bell's expensive cable Job,"' broken down for a year anda the Federal Aviation Agencywas Washington D. C. to confer resurface the runway.
: father. the bride chose an braryWeek. The Woman's J" ; I.. Bob Coleman told the Keystone Coleman said, which at pre- search by Councilman disclosed along: with a with FFA officials on the Awarded the contract foe
embroidered lace gown over Club will be hostess at the ,--,_ 't ; City Council Tuesday sent would be difficult Charles Donoho failed to letter to the council. The air- lease arrangement. Ha said it !gasoline, oil, tires, batteries*
," la satin sheath with o bow Keystone Library ""open .- ...: lh*;,: ;.;. : 'o night. It was determined. Justify. turn up anything the councilwas port was reported! to be in was determined there the and repair service to Cun-%

I headpiece securing her 'veil. house, ore Thursday, April : Encasement Announced Coleman said that installation But in 1968 the State Road willing to accept Monday good condition but the $1 Club Is "definitely entitled! to nlngham's Gulf Service after
She carried a bouquet of 2(), from 2. to 5 o'clock: ; of the service now wouldbe Department plans work on I night.A per year lease to the sportsmen a hearing" three bids were submitted on:
: roses and carnations.Mrs. In pas&JQa'.1t 13 Interestingto I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. an "economic penalty" of highways between Keystone Finance Committee report was frowned on by the But it has not yet been determined a basis of discounts from the-
I I. Harry :E.:' Brannan was note that the Woman's II Wildt announce the engagement $48.000( to Southern Bell. and Gainesville and South. will also be taken up at FAA on the grounds the air- whether FAA officials current prices. Cunningham/:
her'slster's attendant andMr. Club aponePred Keystone'sfirst of their daughter Jo He referred to a study ern Bell will be forced to the special session since port land Is not being put to from the capital or the offered a 2,So discount halt
Brannan was best man. library. The ladies of I Ellen, to John Joseph Jack made for free service between move many lines. That will Councilman! Walt Thomas its best and highest use Florida branch in Miami, will cent under Henderson's
MISS RIDAUGHT the club volunteered their son of Mr; and Mrs. Francis Starke and Keystone make It much more feasibleto was not present for Tuesday which is to procure incomefor visit Keystone; for the hear- Standard Service. on gas 15cC:
HONORED AT TEA services... acting-librarians. C. Jack sr.. of Jacksonville. Heights which has since convert to the toll-free night's meeting. operation of the airport.. ing, if one''is held, or whetherthe per quart on oil, and the remainder -*
j On (Saturday, April 8. Mrs. As you know we now have Miss 'Wildt is a graduate of been approved! by the Federal system. he added. This means Councilman council or the sportsmen of the bid at cost;
Carlton Paul and Miss, Janls our'own library and librar- Keystone Heights High Communications Commission. Coleman said that -vYYmyvvvvvyyvyyvINDIAN ., Huntley Redfearn said that would go to Miami. plus 10 per cent.' The third-
Paul were .hostesses for a ian. Mr:*. Harold Lawrence. School and is attending St. The rate Increase: in Increases the rate the airport should have: been Morgan suggested that the bidder was Burton Sales.
tea honoring Miss VI Rid. On Friday, April 21 the Johns River Junior College, that case was much less, he quoted are only BEACH leased for more money than council invite FAA officials to Instructed that a letter be.
aught whose marriage toRodney Keystone Woman's Club will In Palatka. Her fiance Is a Coleman said because sub- all approximate due to an over $1 per year. He reiterated an Keystone for a hearing before written to Inform FAA that;
Paul wUl be in' event sponsor their annual Spring graduate of St. Johns River scriber rates are based on. the reduction in subscriber earlier suggestion which the the city body and the sports- a list of materials sent to!
''I of May 5. Card Party. 'The party "(111.be Junior College and, I ts pre number of phones to which rates reduction since last May. But the (Lake Santa Fe) council had disregarded in men. No action was taken, airport manager Homer Sat-

'; Flower arrangements of unusual this ;year, starting> at sently serving In the.Army at there is access. The' r.umber effect would the not substantially By I Michael II. Chitty the lease. that the airport however. terfleld and presented to thai:
white snapdragons, daisies, 10:30: a. m.. 'and at noon the Fort Bragg N. C. of phones In Gainesville added. increases, he I Ph. 475-2111 I Redfearn also declared the council was never received
baby's breath, and: pule pink ladles will serve a salad buf. Wedding plans will be announced would be much greater, than Ring their children Mr. and sportsmen have plowed inside except for three l Items-.several -'
rosebuds were used' In the fet luncheon. Card IsylnlJ'w1lI at a later date., 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Mrs. Norman Barber this the fence, which kept cattle lawn mowers, radios and),
party: rooms. resume after the luncheon. guests dropping in all day. over, Mr. Walker Is now work- Greetings, friends. This is weekend. Mrs. Barbers' sis off the runways, and planted some paint. Satterfleld offered -'
Mrs. Harold RJdUEht and Please call Mrs. Sara McDonald rvvvvvyvfVYVVYYYVVYyVM'ELROSE. Mrs. Ada M...Roberson has Ing with the refugees in Mi your rambling, rolling reporter ter and brother-in-law, Mr. wildlife food: close to the runways to pay the council for the;,
Mrs. Charles Foster receivedthe at 473-4905.' for res- returned home after spending ami. He gave a vivid word with news for you-. and Mrs. Barry Lcnd at. in violation of the lease. lawnmowers, which he said;
guests. Mrs.. Harold E ervations. Donation. wUl be several weeks In the home of picture of the tyranny, of Cas- I have Just returned: rSun- were also visiting and Morgan admitted that but were worn out. FAA sent the'
Gore of Port Orange Mrs. Per- $1.SO per pereon.DUPLICATE her daughter and husband. tro and the deprivation that day Night] from a very nice brought along their) new 16 ft. said the sportsmen thoughtthe list to get an inventory !Identical -
BRIDGE By Rothhammer, Mr. and) Mrs. John A. Rosa. exists in Cuba. weekend trip to Bonlfay. The boat to try out and do some lease extended to the to the airports.
Rally
Winners of the Kec'stone Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schoe- CIRCLE MEETINGS main purpose of the trip was sking. This Is the time of edge of the runways. Agreed to decide by Tuesday -
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Duplicate Bridge Club on &.aaa A a Ai. A neman guests for the week- Church Women circle to visit my great-grandmoth ./ear for buying new boats. The Club must not have if city; licenses will be required
Thursday, April 8 were: lat NEWS end were their grandchildren meetings will be held on er.. Mrs. H. K. Chitty. and and I've seen several on the found the original lease, for operators of con-
place winners wtth:9'16 CHURCH Dorothy and Stephen Svo- April 17 as follows: Circle 1 attend her eighty-first birth- lake recently. Morgan asserted. cessions in a Keystone Parade
points. Mr. and Mrs. Ray The EUan Baptist Church| i boda of Gainesville. will meet at 1:30: ( with Mrs. day dinner on Sunday. I Mr,, and Mrs. J. M. Lorl- The new argument which project being considered by *
mond Starne; I second place sponsored a ,"Hootpn-Nan- Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe W. J. Watson on :Route 100, made the trip with my mer, Jr. and Mrs. Helen Wal- apparently gives the sportsmen the Keystone Woman's Club
winners with 29 points; Mrs. fly? Friday night at the homeof and son Dannspent SundayIn with Mrs. John H.vtchlnson) grandparents, Mr. and Mrs ker of Jacksonville, were visiting control of the sam area for June 29 through July 8. _
J. W. Day and Mrs. Arnold Mr. andj: Mrs. 'Harvey Finn" : Cedar Key. visiting with as co-hostess.; Others meetIng Hubert Chitty of Starke. Hubert Mr. and Mrs. D. W. the cattleman's lease had Agreed that the receration
Larsen third place winners Their minister Rev. James) ;Mrs.,'Rowe's parents, Mr. and at 1:30: ( are: Circle 2 with is one of Mrs. H. K. Carpenter' I Sunday. covered was negotiated abouta center should be classed as
were Louie Kyle and Stan Fink, his wife and son. at-| Mrs.: Grant Rothhammer. Mrs. William Schroeder, on Chittys' sons. Also attending Martha and!' Jerry Gulledge month ago. But the original that, not as a billiards hall
MEIROSEBUSINESS LaCoste; fourth place winners tended the party. ,Special fr.and Mrs. John Courtney Lake Geneva Mrs. A. C. the dinner were: twelve children and daughters Wanda San lease has not been located. since no alcoholic beverages
were 'Mr. and Mrs. Fremont guests were 'W. .Harvey youth j of Gainesville were recent Oaunt assisting i ,t.Mrs. ,Al fourteen grandchildren dra, and Sheryl l of North, Carolina -, Plans now are foi the are sold on the premises
Tolle director at First' Baptist in < guests of Mr. Courtney'ssister Lagaasee's Circle will meet and eleven greatchll were visiting Martha's sportsmen to.give the Information Tabled purchase of a new
SERVICE 'MEN'S CORNERWe Gainesville '*nd two of Meli i Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry with Mrs. Charles Donohoe and brotherinlaw.Mr. to be Included In the ''l police car after Marshal Wally
now have the new rose H1g School teachers, Stlnson and family. and Mrs. James 'Cqpk co- family couldn't attend. and Mrs. David Rape new lease to City Attorney' Muhlhofer said he under-
mailing address' for Cliff Miss Mary Jackson and Mrs. Mrs. Hattie McElveen of .hostess; Circle 4 will meet In Among the fifty or more over the weekend. Mrs. Rape. Berwick Anderson wh.. will stood why one cannot be
DIRECTORS\ Chapman. 'who has ,started Nancy Toothacker. The youth i j Sumter, S. C. was a recent the Educational Building; friends of the family who attended mother, Mrs. Bowles, returned draw up a new contract, bought now. But'he told the
'ils two-year active duty In from neighboring churcheswas ) i guest of her daughter Mr. Circle S. the morning! circle were: Mr. and Mrs. D. to North .Carolina with, the Redfearn said. council that perhaps the
the Naval Reserve Program. invited and some attended. Mrs. Gene Saw and family. meets at II::30 with the chairman V. Williams of Mobile. Ala., Gulledges after spending the Other than concern over matter could be brought up
Sales" &' Service Chapman, -C."AD1t; 3- Over a roaring( ,bonfIrein Vicki Tison and Matt and> Mr. Elmer Howe, and and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. winter with the Rapes. the leasing arrangement a again when the new budget is
I Auto ",_ 7937359:' Lantflt Dash 'flaunt the' back'' yard the young| j Sherrie Stlnson are recent Mrs. Ruth, Oreeson! as co. Deese of Homervllle. Oa. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant need for paving one runway, i made.
SPRING MOTORS : FAAWTC: Virginia, people enjoyed' roasting "hot. victims of the mumps. Harry hostess. The Mghtangale Deese is my grandmothers spent the weekend'In Cedar and a few trees growing at Agreed to write Rep. Don
Beach; Va... 23401. Please be dogs," marshmallows and Jackson Sr. and sons Harry met at 7:45: p. m.< with Mrs. brother and Mrs. William Key visiting their daughter! the end of one strip the FAA Fuqua concerning a .portable
Complete SeryiceL..* Parts For sure to''addi! CUT* address'to dessert.,of' cup: ; cakes,.cookies i and Mltchet were also victimsof Charles WaUenrus; and the is her sister. We went,a'fara In-law.Mr.. Dorothy Bryant. report.on the airport MVS.es hanger",Xha council said. he
YO. I* K S W .A 0 E N I your present mailing list and 'cold drinks., Mix Harvey the mumps Harry JacksonSr. Rebeccas meet at 8 P. m. Tallahassee on Friday While there they visited the sentially favorable Redfearn promised the dty>

If. It's We For Have A Volkswagen It." TEEING OFF! gave a I most interesting' i teaches at Melrose High with Mrs. J. M. Wrinkle. night, and stayed there with Art Show, and: attended the said.But Took no action against\ one
of Qood UsedVolkswagens On Thursday, April 6 the speech on "Right or Wrong/ ;School. A. Sunday ,School benefit Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chitty I fish dinner held in the park. Chairman Roy Watkins businessman and four residences -
Always Plenty II After the speech the boys and SCOUT NEWS held ; is coming said that the for which the garbagetax
in Stock ladies of the Keystone Wom dinner will be April. 28 until Saturday Mr. and Mrs.A. Fishing News: up. I perhapa
Green Cove Spring' 284-9209 an's Golf Association sponsored girls1 sang hymns' 'with Linda Brownie Troop 157 particIpated sponsored by the Sunday H. Hudson of Gainesville Oriffens Lodge reports that lease arrangements had not had not been paid. ServiceIs
a nine-hole tourna- Price providing the mUsic on, ; Saturday In the Scout School 1 teachers, for the pur- accompanied us home on the bass are biting good and been explained to the FAA now being! given every resident -
BEAUTY 'SHOP. ment for their members. Fre- the guitar. A Scavangrir Huntwas Birthday Event at the Court post of buying new hymn Sunday night It Is a venice the specs 'are biting real earlyin Inspector. He referred to the and. the 'council said
de Wyman Martha Hayes the delight 'of the' even- House Square in Gainesville. books and to build A visual feeling to get together the morning and late in fact that the sportsmen are that arrangements will be
KEYSTONE and BilUe Dante tied; for first Ing. The conclusion. of t> moat The girls had an exnlbltlon aid and film strip library for with your family. Well now the evening. Roy caught abase limited to the areas outsidethe made In. hardship tases.
low gross 'with a score of >*6. ..enjoyable evening was the of their tears'> work and also Sunday School study classes. let's see what's going on at on Saturday that weighed fenced runways.
SHOPEdith
BEAUTY Mildred sutton Billle Danls. friendship. circle. : gave a.demonstration. Girls Thoie, Interested are urged' to Indian Beach- In at 11% Ibs. The parties The council discussed proceeding SCHEDULEOF :
Johnson. Owner and Martha Hai es tied for "A Venture' In Faith"" i participating were Vicki I"1'-- purchase tickets In advance Judy Weber and friend that he guided over the' week- with resurfacing the SERVICES
Personal first low net with. 36's. preaching mission 'was at on. Kate Oaboardt. Daria for the chicken dinner adults Paula were down visiting Ju end caught 40( bass. Mr. and 8W-NE runway at cost of $500
& ,Creative Following the tournament, Metroee.' Methodist began Brumbaugh.' Kay'' 'and Mar- $1.25: children 75c. Serving dy's family, the James Robbins Mrs. Albert Hammock from and to look Into purchasing PARKof
Hair Styling a luncheon and business this past Sunday.. with Rev. tha Singleton, and Avis Mc- time. 5 to 8 p. m. The Wom over the weekend. Judy Madison spent the weekend a beacon for the airport. the
Individual Beauty Cure meeting was held at the Kenneth W. Griffith of St. Pherson. They were accom- en's Bible Class Is sponsoring and Paula ore In nurses 'Ishlng.. Mr. Doyle Parker and Homer Satterfield, who has
Every Form of Beauty Culture home of Fran 'Chesslngton, Paul's .Methodist Church In qanled by Mrs. Dock' Thou l4t.. _."".' ....."-. training in Jacksonville. party of Olbsontonl spent Friday the airport night facilities PALMSSUNDAYS
:, Open Tuea.-Sat. 9-0; I with Mildred Button as co- Tampa as guest preacherall Troop Leader. Mrs. Bill Singleton HOMEMAKERS CLUB I Pap and Reba Norsworthy.and to Sunday and got plenty lease said that several air-
; Closed Monday week. He is house at assistant Mrs... '
guest leadar.
hostess. The Keystone I1elghtsHomemakel'S Preacher and Marian of fish. John Homo and craft have recently run dan-
Keyetooa Height 4734863I "" Freda Wyman., club medal- the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Oaboardi and Mrs. Club will meet Winters and daughter Olnny, party of Jacksonville\ got S 11:00 A.M. 7:30: P.M.
I BOATS MOTORS ''st, was 'presented,! a beautiful Huel S. Holloway and enjoying Wyman McPherson. lit 9:30: a. m. April 19 in the spent the day Sunday ir Ced bass, 5 Jacks and: 1 mudfish. MURRHEE THURSDAYS
trophy by Wally Muhlhofer, his meals at various Clay Electric conference ar Kens They attended the Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keith
BILL'S'MARINE club president. Vonclle Ketch," members' homes. Rev. Griffith loom. Hostesses for the coffee Art Show, which Reba said and daughter Debbie and Insurance AgencyRichard 7:30: () P.M.

SALES .&. SERVICE club champion' and Vesta was, minister' at, our NEWS NOTES hour will be Mrs. Grace Van was very enjoyable; visited Mrs. Ester Keith were visiting FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
also church in 1961-1064. After Busklrk and Mrs. Hattie Bar the the Oriffens from Thursdayto Murrhee Agt. TEACHING
The Fun' Fleet' In" Aiken first runner-up museum; and had lunchon I
Chrysler Lone Star Bouts received their trophies at Sunday night's service a reception By Helen KgunEASTERN nes. The program will be on the pier. It was lovely Monday. Mrs. Keith is General Insurance I
Chrysler Motors this tune. was given in honorof fabilcs. weather for getting out of the Roy's' daughter. Seems everyone Fire Casualty Marine AH Services Held In The

Service .it. ,Parts for We have received the results Rev. Griffith. Servicer this PERSONALSMr. house yesterday, over the Orlffens way Auto Bonds Congenial AtmosphereOf
All Outboard of the 18-hole and 9- week will' begin at 7:30: p. m STAR and Mrs. J. O. Clark T. L. Norwood was In New were buav. The Terry Degat- i The Lounge.
Comer Rto. 21 4t. 2MeIrne hole Ringer Tournament, Monday through Friday night! Under the new Worthy Matron spent Sunday In Jacksonville Smyrna-" from Saturday until ts, and the Rodlbaugh both Keystone Helghte 478-4788
475-4851 which were held! from Decem- I' was Commission night. Tues Geraldine] Jackson and with Mr. Claik's sister, who Tuesday on business. had company all weekend...
ber 1 through February 23. day night was youth night Worthy" Patron. Hector Own- underwent surgery a week Mrs. Jo Strandberg really 4 Mrs. Barnhlll. of BarnhUl's
CLEANERS In the l la-hole group, Vonclle with the MYF. Boy Scouts,, bey, an initiation, ceremony hit, the Jackpot thle week- Camp reports some big cat
Ketch won first low gross Girl Scouts. Cub Scouts.tin was held for three candidate ago.Mrs.. Fay Olson left last end. Her grandson and wife ches. Robert Menzen had 14 .4 I
Keystone with 76, and i Martha Hayes uniform attending. Wednesday for membership and one affiliated week for an extended visit Lt.. JO and Mrs. Sam Butler bass over the weekend weighing -
Cleaners Inc. won second low gross with 82. night is WSCS night. member at the April S with relative In Chicago and III of the Jacksonville 80 lbs: Mrs. Yunker had
I Sue Dwyer and Lucile Starn- Friday night Is family night OE3 Chapter meetingA Seattle: Wash.Mrs. Naval Air Station came down 3 bass the top weighing 8H'
O. K. Davis es tied for l low'net-with 59's. with the whole family in- special] guest was Mr.. Mi Gentry celebrated .and brought several membersof Ibs: Bill Price of Jacksonville I
Every Dry Cleaning Service I In the 9-hole group Mittle vited. Ihe evening will begin Marion Courtney, past president her 91st birthday anniversarywith his squadron with him got 8 bass; Steve Broadwayof
Laundry Finish or Fluff I I Haynes won low gross with with a covered! dish supper at of the Tuckerton. N. J. a family party at her Including: Lt. JO and Mrs. Starke 7 bass; Paul
2 Day Service 413. Dottle Parks received ]low 8 p. m. Everyone Is invited... OE3 Chapter who accompanied home in Lake, Geneva. Congratulations Richard< O. Martlneati >and Broome 8 bass; and Mrs. J.
Pick Up and DeliveryKeystone 4TS-SOS4 net honor with a 32. : The Christian, Fellowship her brother through the Mrs. A. C. Holt daughteiAmy: :LT JO and H. Johnson of Oirden CityN. I
Height DR. ZELLNER TO SPEAKAT Class has designated next ceremony. Another truest was also had a birthday on the Mrs. J. H. Hendricks and son Y. 2 bass one weighing 9HIbs. '
Mrs. N. L.
CONCRETE PTA'MEETING' Sunday as Elizabeth Melton Worthy Matron. I 7th. 'while still a patient ,in David: Lt. JG and Mrs. H. ,
Woodburn of the Starke
Day In honor of their faith- Malcom Russo visitinghis
Dr. Mary Zellner. chairman I Riverside Hoaital.- Monroe ni and Joan end was
Hawthorne Concrete of the English Department at ful teacher whO Is having, a Chapter, her slster-liv-law, Mr .and Mrs. Horace A. Mile; and Lt. JO and Mrs. brother and sister-in-law
Mrs. Martha Devine who also
St. John River Junior College birthday this month. There Allen. and Mrs. ElIte Law of I John Kline. Her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswel' ,
& Supply, Inc. wll be the guest speaker will be a reception in the resident visited the of chapter Larsen, I 1. Trailer a new Syracuse N. Y. were week and son-in-law. Miand for a few days. Andy and I

REDI at the monthly .PTA meeting, fellowship hall at Melrose Park. end guest of Mr and Mrs.' Mrs. Sam Butler. Jr.. and son Red Neal went out Monday HIThiigs
MIX on Thursday. April 21. Dr. Methodist 3-5 p. m. Sunday A. memorial wa prevented Louis Kyle on their winter Charles of Ormond Beach morning and got 13 baas and
CONCRETE Zellner, who.will be the principal evening. Everyone is invited I by the chapter officers in the vacation to South Florida.Mr. and ,her son and daughter-tn 1 rpec. They caught 34! bass
II",. 20 W. Hawthorne at the' new school in' PERSONALS passing of Past Grand Matron, Kyle, entertained his law of Jacksonville. Mr. and last week. That's a lot of
481-2932, 2031: Meadowbrook. BnYan Jennings Cay Martha. BlUy and Mrs. Claudia Christian. Mrs. bridge club of eight men last Mrs. Paul Strandberg and! goof:, eating folks.
Mary\> Ann Singleton ,are all week. son Greg Johnny Ross and eons An
win finished
Elementary School Josephine Reed sand a solo, filling her I
NURSERY discuss educational trends In recuperating from the chicken "Holy Bible.'" which was Mrs. Mrs. Daisy Hall has returned house. Sam Jr., had bought thony. Stevie and Bryan at- Have '
O.C. Carnes Nursery our public schools. pox. Christian' own composition. from a check-up at the new 17 ft. boat and all of tended the' Rodeo In Palatka a Way. :
Mrs. A. J. Ctcen. :Mrs :
Medical Center In them on Sundae.Mrs.
The meeting will' start at Hostesse for the social Gainesville enjoyed skin? on Sun
tllway 100. Florahome 8 p. m. In the cafetorlum. at Jackie sealey and daughter hour were Mr. Ruby Reed, and is real cheerful day. With all this company,, Charles Evan was
of StarkeNu..ry
S3 Mile SE Of !
Thousands the Keystone Height High Donna recently visited Mr Mrs. Ruby Tyre, and Mrs. for an 92 year lady who underwent Mrs. Strandberg got. .her visiting her grandmother, Piling Up j
Stock
School. and Mrs. Dock Tison and Vera Ownbey surgery a short time house washed down. All of Mr' H. T. Smith for the
of Plants & Fruit Tree to family and Mr. and ]Mrs.! weekend. She took) her mother
Axel! the visitors
GRAND ago Malmcren is now from the
CHAPTER Naval
(
GIRL'S 4-H
Nice Shade Trees.
choose from. Jerry Stlnson and family; home with heron Leaves, for Instance (and can
Techla you
Evergreen A. Landscape The 4-H Club of Keystone The Grand Chapter of Florida at home after undergoing, Air Station are leaving next
All in containers Heights has recently obtainedthe Bunyon Kelly Is back following OES held It* 82nd annual heart surgery. Doctors at month for the PhUIlplnes so Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O
have 'em
Plant* a short stay in the M. Smith and family of ) I On the brighter side,
Plant anytime. Camellia Aasalaas. use of the vacant office session at the Jacksonville Riverside Hosltal have agreed they were realy enjoying our
hospital.Mr. Coliseum, April 11-14. Past to let Mrs. Holt come home Starke were Sunday visitors,
.. next to Davis'' Dry Cleaners money has a happy way of piling
Let .s'do your landscaping on Lawrence Bird .which will and Mrs., Kim' Oamber !Matron of the Keystone Chap for rest and quiet but do not lake.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Witt V.,
Phone 684'2185 be used to( display their exhibits of Hawthorne gave S surprise ter. ,Dorothy Koon*. wa Grand wish her .to. have visitor for of Jacksonville MI'". and Mrs.J. of st.. Mary's Ga. were spending up in the bank once ;you get the
for Mr. V. V. Treasurer. the weekend in the Charles '
birthday party Sb* will report at the time being.
and projects, and for theirmonthly Joseph of Gainesville and
USED CARSHanks business meetings.The : Crawley last Saturday. Mr.. next: week' chapter meeting.CO3IMIJIVITY Mr. Josephs' mother of Pen- Schmitt cottage and visited habit of systematic saving.KEYSTONE .
and Mrs. Crawley and other CHUKCH with the Jack Millers.
girls meet on the secondMonday sacola were Visiting the Lucky
Used Cars 'guests enjoyed a most dellc- Rev. and Mr. George Walker THE BIGHT Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. 1.
POINT for th
of each month, from Lutgens on Sunday. Mr
bus spaghetti dinner birthday missionary-teacher. in Norris and son Delly of Lacrosse STATE BANK
BIG CASH DISCOUNT 3:30: to 6 o'clock. If you are I I the way :yon write. Come In Lutgen [Ellal: has returnedto
Cuba for 21 and Coburn
TERMS cake and refreshments. year, were guest Peggy
Interested In Joining this organization. her work at the
BUY SELL TRADE Please contact the Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wesley speaker at the annual Church and select :roar .favorite ES- Store In Keystone Heights.Jiffy Rains of Gainesville and Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, FU.
Rt. 1 Box BO celebrated a Joint bIrthday; Woman' luncheon at Park-of-I TERBItOOK fcuitaln pen. Jacks' Dad Clayton, of Pa-
1IwY' too 8 Mile 8. Stark members their new tocaIContioued celebration last Tuesday..; It the Palm After escapingfrom TELEGBArn, Mr. and Mrs. William Barber latka. all enjoyed a barbecue 'Your' Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
and Mrs. W. W. Eden-
on next Page] .was..a reception affair with Cuba when Castro took : Community.
field of Jacksonville [
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im.\D FO i tt s COUNTY TELKORAPII. STAHKE. FLORIDA
rAO1; TWELVE' ,
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late Thomas O. and Elizabeth

YT.T.TTTTTYYYTTYTTYYYY order [according to the num- volunteers and even though Sean and Miss Anna McCul- We're Paying The 'Bill For Thin CIadS Win Smith Townsend. THE RIGHT POINT for the

ber of games won! CUnning- they make mistakes, they lough were dinner guests of "Surviving- one daughter the way you write. Come) 'hand

KEYSTONE ham's Gulf [Blue and White] call them as they see them. Mr. and Mrs. George 'chaefi, The New Sport Of 'Shoplifting'By ; Mrs. Thomas E. Woodham of elect: your favorite E3-

first place; Belote Drugs 13] Even If you are bigger far and! family last Sunday. 70-53 Over-GHS Kingsley Lake; one brother TERBROOK fountain pen.

HILITES I Blue and Gold], second than the other boy's father, The men were the "chief" and are free to A. R. Townsend of Live Oak. TELEGRAPH.
protection
Runnel Kay fromJon.e
place; Volunteers [Green and there are to be no threats by cooks and bottle washers. Services were held
watch Ensign and Mrs. Bruce You may not reallna It butshoplifting ta.iuth'<< .t the law and con- :Memorial Chapel 4n ,
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA White], third place; and words or deed. Please
of St. SImon's today Is costingyou tinue their pursuit of "kicks"JIhe In DualMeet 9. with ,
Scales' Red and White, your choice of words. 14)) If Prevatt fMaryl Starke. Sunday
(From Preceding Pagel fourth place. son should hit a home Island Qa., were week. plenty In Increased living "IN" thing, some teenagers Rev. R. H. Butler ,oftlc1atlng.1.[.

your end guests of Ensign Prevatt's costs. "IDvery article stolen say, 1I1''to see'how much Burial 'was Jn. Kingsley
tion. With the coming of Spring, run you may yell for a max- '
KEYSTONE LITTLE each ,young lad's fancy turnsto imum of ten seconds and the parents Mr. and Mrs. from.a merchant in your community ,ou.oan steal on, A shopping Six: winning performancesand Cemetery under ., Lake'l

Myron Prevatt Sr.. and his increased the price excursion. plenty of depth gave Tornado DeWitt C. Jones .
LEAGUE ASSOCIATIONThe thoughts of baseball. But on. ((51 Any bell- '
game goes .
the honest consumer must\ Caae on record reveal that trackman a 70-53 win Starke. I as
slster-ln-law. of
and Home
brother
diamond ,
Keystone Little League each, demon of the gerent act commlted by any
Association Is having regularly -' .is also blessed with a Dad player on the field -will disqualify Mr. and Mrs. Myron pre- pay for his merehamjltc #some teenagers have :stolen over Class :AA Gainesville ,
that shop Items they did not need 01'want High 'School last Tuesday ,
The FBI reports
scheduled' games on who Is on hand! to make sure the player for that vatt, Jr. [Ann], at their NegroKilled
Increased l and have thrown them April 4 on the' University of
Brooklyn Lake. lifting arrests have ,
homes
Thursday! and Saturday his own little King of Swat game. Fathers will abide by on
five in the tiaeh can attar bragging Florida\ oval.
City break In the books. remain seated Bruce is presently stationedat 70 per cent In the past
nights, at the Keystone gets every this rule and Tire
points out that to their associates of ,Coach David Hurse's charges Changing
night, the following rules spectator CUynco Naval Base and years and
Thursday Hence in the
Park. On [quietly
to all the 880,
three
will be there for several three times as many shoplifters their ability "get-by-wlth- swept relays,
lAprll 13 at 6 p. m., Cunning have .been suggested by a section. mud, mile. Plen
and It" print medley, WaldoA
VOl- column, who that months. Bruce and Mary are are not caught < Near
ham's Gulf wlll play the reader of our Parents should realize Parents confronted with Gnann took the high hurdles
unteers. On Saturday, April also attends the little league their sons are young, and making their home at 914 their activities are costingthe In 15.5 seconds William Scog- Ask '
evidence of the shoplifting: ,
of dollars
15. at 5 p. m., Belote Drugs games. [(1] Fathers should that they will make a lot of Ocean Boulevard/ St. Simon'sIsland. consumer millions casts ability of their offsprings are gins turned In a 2:01.5 half Starke.Negro,-.Horace Mc- f
increased living
will play Cunningham's Oulf; not be alowed to coach their mistakes before they get to In mile' to win. and Andy May- Kelvey, was killed when struck CharleyE.
merchants usually Indignant. They contend -
,end at 7 p. m., Scales will sons, while a game is in progress the big leagues. Last Saturday Mr. and Shoplifting Is costing Willie ton won the discus with a I by a car lastWednesday,
that Sally
play the Volunteers. [(21] Fathers are not to Okay, Dads! Now let's see Mrs. F X.. Stephen And Mr. over three million dollars ) children or are to Brown wad second In the high April .6, while changing a "
good they go
As ,of this date the teams interfere with the umpires. if you can play by the rules, and Mrs. Gay Livingston a year. Merchants workIng throw, of 135-41-2. Larry tire on his car about two

are ranked! In the following Keep in mind that they are HI well as your sons do-Play drove.to Busch Gardens, near on small profit margin church and would never lawyer hurdles at 185 very respect- I miles,south of Waldo on the .
hire the test Johns
-
steal They
Tampa. After a delightful such as super markets find edge .f SR24.McKelvey : .
ball able for his first at the
HERE 'N THERE tour of the gardens and the .that .!Qr every, 45 shoplift It they can to defend: them. go wes struck by a

Mrs. Edward Conger and bird show, they had dinner! at must Increase sales $500 to An 11 year old, caught ,in event.Larry Sanders won four !car driven by Vernon Prevatt About this question:
In offset the loss. Imperative: the act told officers, "Youcan't who was headed
Waldo
the Columbia Restaurant of ,
her son, D Conger of WashIngton first places for GUS collect:
to offset such touch me, I am a minor 7:30 m. Thevlct.1m
Ybor City markup help : north about p. "Vacation travel insludes
NEGLECTED D. C., were recent ing 20 of the 'Canes points
,.I: know my rights and I daad-
losses are called" on to pronounced
,
t guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry On Friday evening! April you want Thoir with '''\ctorle..ln! the 100
Schuber of Clover Lane. Mrs. 7, Mr. Uvlngton was ents back them -and bitterly ,
the ohopUft- up In G/JJno/ -
who Hospital
are ; General
sis the five at the Palatka broad : land
SHRUBS Conger is Mr. Schuber's judges merchant'and Jump high jump. Does the
? Believe It not abuse the i away .places.
Senior High School's annual era or SO..pet: I -.SrllllWord' -Mc- vlle. I
Captain Gary
ter. .
t the law for picking on "little filed im. E.' Johns Agency
de were Charley
cent of them areteenage No
charges :
1 ilia I M'!'. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer tSul Queen of Clubs Beauty Contest : Rae recently, In the Lee Invitation :
BEDANGEROUS spent last week in Ft. Lauderdale which is sponsored 'by linquents. They do not oojae children. ,'turned''in the beat time mediately pending Investlga have connections with in.
CAN If you want to know what: accident by Gainesville -
G of the
from .the railroad tlon
across of J .. at the Yankee Clipper the Beta Club.Preceding I la career in FreSoW'e1) surance
tracks, nor are they so-called shoplifting costing this FHP Trooper ''
met 41498, and the two-ml1e'run. 'the country .
I ; Hotel, where they the contest the country today In Increased justers'all over
] under )
prrvlliged ,
with, Mrs. Dwyer's brother and their huebandsor "yUngstersjbut ] 10:52.6.: claim
Judges prompt
: come largely from I middle, living/ cost and moral decay I The said McKelvey, to give
find sister-in-law. Mr and i ( ...wives] were served a delicious JIBS 'Statlntlcs trooper .
I v "' suggest read Earl Selby's Wall service in
income or .well-to-do fam you of,the S. M. any emergency
employee
I : KH-1)) Gnaani 15.5,2)) Brown an
the'Hart
Andre who
Mrs. Prince
( TVrhajM not to thU 'were dinner at "
article In the
Reader'sDIgest
April headed
also vacation. I tiles. They are kids who have! 16.5. Crawford 17.3. Co. of Gainesville was ? .
extent but replacement ohm on Point Restaurant'
Ilry I Allowances and -every! advantage entitled! "Youthful Chas- toward Starke and .had pulled
100-2)) 'Stephens 10.8,3))
J i'bev.ry: cotttly. Now Is the Mr. and! Mrs. Kenneth Rel-
/ but .tlll .engage .In shop- Shoplifting! a National Epidemic. !) teen 11.1. his car off the pavement to Charley E. Johns
IhI I shard of Portage, Pa. were
emulsion
? time for oil spray. .".It will .
open your eyes.America's the tire. The left
lifting. Mile Run-2)) McRae 4:48,8: change
III Protect your ,shrubbery recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. i "Agency
I (Being teen-agers the law Inmost moral decay is Dyal ,,6:17.0.: Satazar 6:48.: 'wheels of the car were about
'from IfUKtcts. Be first In Joseph Dey and family. Mrs. '
states does not moving at a rapid pace and BHS 1:363 1 1/2 off the highway.
permit 880 Relay-1)) : feet '
'S your community to call 864A74A Reighard and Mrs. Dey are --moue 131 S. Walnut St.
It Is evident .that our laws J
for your oil emulitlon sisters. The Reighardd also their. names to be made pub- (Brown Stephens, Belote Chas
1 William's Sunday Me. They are afforded every our educational institutions teen). Adjustable Vinyl Boot 964-5070
''spray.FLORIDA. bad a. short visit with the St. I PJJONE
George< Schaeff ers. :Mass 7l3O a.m. Novena l'' and our homes' appear. totally Low Hurdles-2)) Belote 23.4. Cerers. All sizes 30 cents eaat .

PEST Last ( week, Mr. and Mrs. pan Trlduum: Sunday :Mon- Marine Corps unable to cope with th.' prob- 880' Run-1)) Scogglns 2:01,5: The Tele aDla. -r..u

Dey entertained'Mr. 'Dey's day, Tuesday. 7 pan. lem.We 3)) Trawick 2:09.8:' ,' Flynn 2:28. ,
Has OpeningsFor need to give the ques- Rltch<2:39.: Home
Funeral
sister and brother-in-law, 'DeWitt C. Jones
b CHEMICAL -lnterdefDonbaaUonal'Community tion serious thought and 'see Spring medley 'relay '- 1)) .
,
IL CONTROL Mr. and Mrs.. Don Robinson '
I '
Church DJ!. April May If we find
COMPANY can the solution BHS 2:09.4: (Warren, McRae, PHONE'961-6200
of Philadelphia. Pa. A. C. Holt minister; Mrs. before It Is too late Kaufmann 'McKnight). STARKE -
'539 E. Call Street Phone '901-5715 Mr and Mrs..Henry E. Moc George Canova :organist. The U..S Marine Corps has
:Mile: relay -1) BHS 36.1Warren. : HEIGHTS PHONE '473-3176
gann [Mary Ann and seal. Sunday School, 9.20: a.m. several openings available for Lawtey Manharged.n ( .McRae, Kaufmann, KEYSTONE -

Morning'' Worship 11 >I aan. April ankh :May. according to McKnight). '

Nursery open both hours the local recruiter Sgt. McLaughlin 220-2)) Chilaon 24.5, 3)) Rental, Service' *

who Is at the Gnann 255.: -

Preftbyterlam Church Selective, Service office In Shot Put-2) Chilson 43'S: HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
JACKSONVILLE I Faith Presbyterian Starke on 'Tuesdays between 301 AccidentA
BUSINESS DIRECTOR -'Rev. 07, R. 'Neale ,Jr., min- 3)) Mayton 42'4 Brown 37'3. '
9:30 and 11:30 CRUTCHES
ister. Mrs. W A. Wallace, or- : : a-tn.- Dlacus-1)) .Mayton 1350'41.2.

I ganist; Mrs. Carl Swisher, "We also have the 120-day Lawtey man. Mack Lan, ChUaon 132. I _

summer organist. delay program that can be Grlffls. 49. ,was charged withtal1ure High .1ump-3)) McKnight ,

APPLIANCES FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN Sunday Scnool, 9:45: a.m. used to your advantage." Sgt. to yield the right-of- 5'4, Brown 5', .

Morning 'Worship, 11 am. McLaughlin said. "That way when his car 'was struck Broad jump-3)) Belote 13
Appliances 'Color TV Starving Florida
.. Ford Tractors Sunday (Nursery open both means you can enlist right by a semi-tractor and trailer 21-2 Chasteen 17'9.
*Stereo> Magnavox: -
_. Zenith Motorola "South's Moat Complete .. ,' hours.) now and become draft defer- while attempting a left turn Pole Vault-1)) Griff 10',, Since 1950 .
Ford Dealer" v red. You will be able to finish Into the southbound lane ol 2T) Gnann and Belote, Warren -
,. General Electric Guaranteed Reconditioned .. -EplHeo.. school and other Important the four-lanod U. S. 301. 9'. o7cridd V&ree I (u &nroneeMrs.
Y Get A. Deal,A*- //ROFLSSIOHAL OPTICAL ,
.: Tractor ,St. Anne's. Rev. W. W. things. 'You can stay home No one was seriously In- .................. ................

::Il" tiil:> Every Tool Known to Farming *,'Prescriptions Filled Woretall vicar.Morning the full four'months or you :jured. W. R. Townsend 4
O.) MI1LfRUeed O Prayer and Sermon can leave any time during Oriffls was! traveling north

.. .JacksonvilleFord Broken Lenses Duplicated,,. 2nd and 4th Sundays that period,*' the recruiter 1.2 miles north of Lawtey and
___ Artificial CordiallyEaves
'_"_4_fmm turn IK- Byes 9:80: ...m. (nursery open.) erplalned. attempted to turn left into the Kingsley Lake, Carolyn
Tractor'C 0. Eyewear SpecialistsJacksonville Holy, Eucharist; 'and..rJDOJt, Time spent "in southbound lane, according to
SU-5595 the
21S Laura St. Jax 120-day WefcomesYou
;.. let i and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: cu the report of Florida High- Services Held
1031 Park St. Jax., S31-3618 delay program counts toward Representative .
Beaver St. L of Lane ). Church '''
Auto Sales & Service m. (nursery open way 'Patrolman J. K. Wade I
Jax KV9-8831 .Euehariftt future pay and promotions, 964-5811 You and 'Your
School, 8i30 a.m.Holy The semi-tractor and trailer,,
: LAND PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S 8 a.m. each Sunday.Evening and completion of total military driven by Fletcher Young,, William R. Townsend 79,, 122 N. -Bay St. .Family' to Your
.commitment set forth bylaw resident of the I
longtime '
Prayer. 7:30: Jacksonville New'HomeThe
HEARING AID : pm. was traveling in Starke
M ROVER : each Sunday. BDfC, 6.30:: p.m. St. Mclaughlin said. the Bouthbound lane and Klngaley Lake area passed

-, The World' "Finest 'to BV .'Best In HearingSONOTONE; 8M- each Sunday. "The aviation program Is struck Grlffls' 1967 Ford In away in a Starke hospital Fri'

= 4 Wheel Drives Commercial and Portrait Daily offices et Morning still open for a few applica- the outside lane causing $1,850 day morning April 7, followIng -i State of Florida

_. Bold and 'BorrJoed by Photography and Evening Prayer,,S.OO: am. tions with highest qualification damages to the front and rear an extended Illness.

= Roberta' Chevrolet Of JAOKSONVELLBThe FVames & Custom Framing and 5.00; p.m. scores," McLaughlin of the car. Mr. Townsend operated a I It Is Our Desire To :Make You Feel Welcome and

Green Cero .8ptinr! > 3SS3 1958 Standing Blvd. said, "and we also have The left front of the semi- grocery store at Kingsley I To Acquaint You With Your Cityl

Jacksonville :Z84-980 Strongest and SmaUei .Jacksonville 384-1484 -LutheranLutheran openings for women applicants tractor and trailer struck Lake for many years. Born In

= Hearing AM !In the World Church of Key- who are high school the right front end of the Levy County Fla. on Dec. 17,

Only Co. Hearing Aid Had stone Heights; Vicar' Richard graduates at least' 18 years Trooper Wade said, knockingIt car. 1887. he was the son of the If you are.new in the area, a pfcone ,

'E :E : Monroe Meyer!! minister. old, and of high moral character -
PIANOS counter-clockwise.
The !
J 'p I z2ksenvrlle 11 ." reartandem HAMMOND call will bring you a prompt visit,
Vehicles .J 333-1468 t Divine woisnlp, Sunday wheels of the truck

.. .I Jeep Wagomeer Station For Musical Advice a. m. Holy Communion. 2nd U. S. SOt TRAFFIC truck !the rear of the car. ORGAN STUDIO from your local hostess. .Please ghe
Sunday of each month.
Crlffla' auto
MOBILE HOMES came to rest
= .)Wagons Jeep. Universals C. CARTER (ICIG Services held each SundaYat SHOWS INCREASE across the median 87 feet from Factory Hammond Authorized her a call! She has maps and many,

r = "JU'4 St. Anne's l&piscopalCthurch Average traffic count on the,point off- The Organ
pact. truck '
I Jeep Gladiator +Truck i. V. S. SOI at 3.5 miles Sites tt: ,Service free and wonderful gifts for you ,
a
Authorize Service BUTTSMOBILE \l r /ll1t'-! Keystone .lelghts, point traveled 4S7 feet< after the Im- .
Learn the
= north of'Waldo play easy waj
l was 7,636 vehicles -
Approved>arta*, '''HOMES .."'(.V lU-.rL:; ,. : Fla. pact. Damage to the left front '110 N. W. 10th 'Ave.GainmrtHe from local businesses. '
..., 4 Wheel .Drive :2 Wheel Baptist dally to during February and aide of the truck was estimated Shopping Crater ::1 n,
according figures released .atH50..
: Drive The Souths Best Buys Here 'Established 1948 .Wonsoip< services : .,Sunday, by the State Road Depart- The accident I
occurred at
=.. 'EDDIE BLAND ,Free Delivery Chloberingr *. 11 a. ail. 7:80: p.a. [nursery ment. Southbound traffic 4:30: m. last '
Other' Name Brands p. ; Friday April 7. ,
Bank Financing open]. showed a 14.8 per cent Increase Orlffls

MOTORS, Inc.65S "Best For Less" PIANOS Puk.JaclalonvilleS88-S- CONN ORGANS i Sunday ,School, 9:45: a. m. over 1966 with 4,041 after the complained wreck, according of pain to 1

= \V.
JACKSONVILLE! M477S1Parrish home? Call collect JAX 388- Ion. 6:3O: p. m. [nursery open) :', traffic was up 8.9 per .neither he or the truck driver

= 1253 for model prices & terms FRAMES --'Rev' .' Lawrence: Carroll, ',cent 'with a dally count of was ,taken to the hospital. .
PICTURE
Motor soil RooM!*.ft Blvd. Jai pastor. 3.596.

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:-: .AI.EII MOBILE HOMES USED SPILLERS ,Y.YY..YyY..Yyyyy. NOTICE Edward Adkins '

8ERVlOII. i X,will not be responsible for

=- PAa'1'll J. & J. Swap Shop Picture FramingPicture I ,INDIAN BEACH any debts made by anyone Services Held

I other than myself.-Sam Mc-

= USED TRAILERS Framing Original 4 Cutchen. 4.13 4tp 9-4
U T_ A. A' e&Jer Paintings Unframed Prints Service were held Sunday
= Always Good V... CUll Campers from 8 20" Mattings Framed Ftcure [From Preceding raCe] for Edward Silas Adkins.
_
Mobile Homes 32 55 .Now, here is LeeoLEEON'S 94, of Starke. 'who passed
= 121 Laura Bfc JMtaoavlU e (IMlrror Framing -
Trades Bank PlnancUvg" at the Millers. There wns CORNER
away at his residence
Plum C6-0 34HT Decorator Help. Sunday,
= 1I&'w7. 21, Orange Park fats( 8 Points .plenty of barbecued 'goat, "FMiln" afternoon. April 7, following .

BEAUTY ACADEMY TeL 284-6324 .Jax 3t3R& tension' and smoked turkey. Tishln brings me .happiness a .short illness. *. ;

,Saturday T. C. and his i Born In Bradford County on 1;, 0.-, : >_.*. 1-1 ,

= American MOTORCYCLESHairstyling mother Lou attended the 'Tlshln brings me Joy. August,, 1872 ,,Mr. Adttlna '

SEWING CENTER funeral icf r Preston Rlchard1- nshln' iIs, the medicine. was the con of.the late -Ack- : "

:: ; HONDA son In Gainesville. had That will cure any boy'I ron,and Mary Ann,Adkins. Why waif fo find' ;

been on police force there like to."go,with Papa. Survivors include eight

= Academy M oTORCY0LI: S H. & N.SEWING for many years, and was an When he goes..after the .'daughters: ,Mrs. .Sophia .Massey .- "'
?
21V.. MONROE old family friend ot'the Mil of treasure chjesl:
... JACKSONVILLE sna-0591 ALL.MODELS CENTER .. bass Naples Fla. Mrs. Robie a ;
"'Cause when It comes. toflshln' Carter Miss i Irene Adkins;
= Merchants Oreen Stamps lers.The
Oscar Pridgena are Mina Linda .AdlUns, ,all :of I .Create your own "treasure chest'f!-one you '
Open 8 JAM.. 7 P.M. Touch & .s.w ,
RiversideHairstyling Boo Singer
:::. back and 'forth to Starke :Mrs.Bertha. r
commuting ; -Parker
Tuea.. Wed., Thurs. FrI. does fancy stitches, mono- My Papa is first class. of I 'really can be sure of! Simply open an Interest-, .
Douglas. Oa. where Jacksonville, Mrs. .
they are
Open Sat 8 A.M. A P.M. grama. icoTdllrnr eto. EaaOy We like to throw our plugs. MyrtleSparkman 'I earning Savings Account here next'payday _..H
farming: They are''trying to of Sanford, Fla, : .
In around the trees., ,
= Cloned Sunday A Monday operated NEW *369 for I
Academy 'finish their'home here and Around edge of the, grass Mrs. Mamie Storaker J lof and watch your treasure-grow with deposits
MOTORS A CYCLES $7 per 'mo. I
= SB59 PARK ST. 4949 Standing Blvd. Tel.cash Jax$129 771-1830 or or come get their tobacco planted also. And next to cypress knees. Brooker and Mrs. Taelma t you make every payday: and interest we add, ,

JACKSONVILLE 388-8537 Jacksonville 771-8244 Well 'we found out something When we get a strike. Eadie,of Charleston, S. C.; six earned.
_
Accredited in we had long wondered We let 'them take the line. one: .Edward S. Jr.,. Mark as
!=: 6108 l 3rd St. both of Starke John R. of! 'Start here with interest'NOWI.FLQ < I
Qualified Instructor about! Cats do swim. My And then we count to, ten. ; saving _

Modern Styling mother -went out on the dock But sometimes.only nine. Lawtey, Roy ,'Lee of Starke

: ,Monthly Classes MUSIC where''my lfI'andmother'was Now we sock It to 'em. Arthur. :.of.'Lake Butler, ,and'Ray '

S "Where tomorrow's rrll J""""
-- .are eats followed. Chester [the Then we put them In thebokt S. ,Q.; one sister 'Mrs. Mary.

Kitten] didn't look :where Jane Kite ,of Starke.
Paulus Music Co. : .
:: ELECTRIC MOTORS .LITTLE.DUDEPeavy.Brothers he was going, and Ml over- .Andi, 'bring' ,them ,home to Services ''were from N
Instrument: 'board. My mother jumped In cook. side Baptist Church' Sunday
Western StoreElectric '
:. : cibedon&0ultars A Amplifier, after him but he was swimming After we' fnally.get) ) home. 'April 9, with'Rev. E.'C. 'Harvey R I CIA

= Co. School 1 Supplies Instruction 'Where Youll 'FInd', Everything along'tine. Alter a good From a hard day of fishing, and 'ReV.Glenn"L&who1'11': ,

Roberts Recorders drying off, he looks none the Those;barn-make-a Mal. officiating. Burial was'in Conner :
KLECTRIO MOTORS ; For the HorseEnthusiast" .. .- .... ..
Music Library-Export worse for wear. He bad been Fit for any king. Cemetery 'under :direction '

=r ..8o1d..3ervteedRepalr.d a.nen&ors-etanew I'tepe.tr' Department Western Clothing Leather :sick .and iwe were afraid It 'Well now 'you've heard my of DeWItt. C. 'Jones' ''Funeral- "BANK( ATOne 's'r.'Jt,)' it E
Home of Starke.
a Alterations 41 W. Monroe !St.! goods.Saddles and TrailersCharles might hurt' him. 'story.:

:. >nn4.re RnrtedbMT acfejonvtil ,8308447S310 \I\tt Sharon Petty The bream have started 'Of how,iwe.catch-ourittsh. of:30 Banks of.the.Florida National Group

= 4044 Lenox Ave. Beach Bird. .48 SeoEdiewood AT. biting on our -dock, so until And If :you're wondering .(A Minified Ad ]In the .TELKUtAPU !:-

: 'ataoksonvllle.W-863$ ,?aokaomMlla '398-1091 JadownilJ M4.-121!' next week, I will be !living on about the taste,' Member 'Federal Deposit ''Insurance Corp.
the dock.Wave as you IIOlbV.I .
t. i They really are' delUh :( .brsp-resul4.! .- -.T- -. .---
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TlKTRSnAY 'APIUt., 13.' 1D6T BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH. TRKrVLOflTDA "Aor THIRTEEN:

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; ; ." -, I Ton .are notlfUil' that n Suit In "Bradford County, Vtorltta* Thired'thlw""" JJi: It' day of Ami ti,
Union i Officials .T. : Hazardous Trip To Worthing to Quiet Title to the follow'ln lli..n<.. run South ", (le...r'"."i iI" I I IUIIO
I t I described. property altunte la VI" Kant along- the JUn->t Charles C Verb
Bradford (County Florida< to-wlt linn .if the laid NW \\4 of the CirrI of Inull' C'niri-' ofJBiadfurd '
al''Joining Up' 4nHorse AndBuggy -DaysIn O'he: North hIt o-t. the Southwest SK'i! of "Section, 33, a dla- County. Florida" ,
4
I I. 4 ,, (Quarter at the Nerth- tanne of ISO feet thence run I 3-30 4t 4 40eo'rlnur
mitt Quartec" of 8"ft:Ion '15)Twnthip /Montn 8U dacrava. 42' 10" West
:| 7 Mouth, Rngs/ 'it IS.on tact tn the point of b.-
Visions of the days whena I ) II { this& day of two wand 1 up, between tbe floor '. lartkiu. 'Diunt. ooiitilnlng ID ai-re. .* .....r.. *ginnlng:I : thmc, '*on l Inn** Healed" bid* wilt 'LII1 be rw1 1"t
running' feud was waged I three automobiles In almost This frightened the noise, and or lees. South $ll 0.ttl' m 42' 10" Went fur the 'sale and removal "
; of II Howell ''had :to get hits' ,h..ea flldtl n"I and 11/4.a tech, Ih...". run .Month. ,, the;: old: brick\ bank build .
and many
the east and west I young :
between very garage Chualaa AV Utton, I Hul- 4 drurnea. 01' 41' Kant lit.7 to the City Ii i..'I il"
portions of Bradford County'wer these vehicles equipped 'with I down "ftnrt Mead ''him. 'But ''he ten _nd.... Albert 1.. .Mullen.Klale feet. thenna run. North $7 In located Hampton.next Kla until April 11,
unabletolkl. the strong : Settee Trowell. Itabort degrees' 4* '43" lOaat I02.a rM at whuit ti, .
be Bill the comforts of home -.1 woe imr 8:00':
which should the "
I J. Batten, CMaudn) M) B..tton. futitt Ih..nu. North. 1 de- ,
run bids will be opined :in I r. ulaaoud
county seat were conjured up "I : Air conditioning\ haaters. radios -j anitnal a6he and called to Earl R. Button Hulen F JoneS.urover ... ar..... 17' an" Weat paraJialtn and the build *oljm\
'1 to came and help him. C ,. Randall the .saId East line of the : I for .
week by the proposal of it la bud' -imagine Ale .au.nL the hIgheSt bidder I cai
last Charlea I.ne.' ( ..., LuulM NW14 of the bllli of H.oII011 The euuoMnful. bidder will 'a
Sen Terrell Sessums pr Tampa 80m he hardships of. travel In the I had 'Howell to unbuckleone C ClrvBn. ,formerly boulae C 24: a dl.I..,,,.. of UU,6 allowed 80 day for thu. rmoval .>,.
that IT of the F1oktda's67counttea in / ,. lava[ of the horse and 'buggy. rein ''from'! the bit, 'and I L:"n.J R IB., Carrol: Cole- I toet to the polat ef bngln- of bulldlne and cl""lIn.I .
... Newton; XjolemMn.. FranHColetnan. :
." The lata H. >E.: 4jagpgren pulled It 'lIP-and tied my precl nlng : Lhuta: AND 'ICXCFiP'r lot. Mall blda to City: clerk,
be eliminated .1 J I -- << JCtnojean.. J C.: I,1titOt'ifl'P.' the. MoHtherly d.O feet there Ha,
through consolidation with b & : .. '/,13 an early Starke surveyor l ionS 'box eourely to the seat. I Uth,,l Man t'.leinan. trfirkuarnlul, ', of. the raid. exception. b"I.." Hampton. 4-1 41 4,n
added \ ; 1 1 A f .1iKtJ I writing 1n hla memoirs tells with -It, then stepped down Kvi-lyn U, l Hvun.... Marie ..c. JbU- toi4. a .dra-lnuc0. raitnntent. : -
others. ; kin, Kvu M Lee. l.lly ;..< :Munter -
come t '" ... "" ,\ had ,to and helped with tbe hocac. ..; l>4ii 'liocn, filot: uvnlnHt you and .
of he L'f-
business :
the two mention for .. .J Ib\( a trip und U M Uttlu' U P. CHANUIylOH ulxo known
Among or With ''hops, skips and jumps femletili l >.. mid you. are ,leuulrnd., .. A ClaMlfleil Ad In the TEI.Et
make to Wofthlngton Springs a* "'I' \9I:! AWI>1 /H.R: und WIUL.IW -
consolidation were Bradford By Lynn Hamilton to nerve a copy ef your writ. uaiWN.> u.* Uetiindunta", GRAPH brlnj rewulta."
ded.One on a night in October 1801. we crossed) the. bridge ,and ten tlprpiiHvn. .. It nay to it unonTlioeon "
and Union, two of the state's anil, you u** required' to nervea
roaMiod the foot ot.the'lItt'pp A.. Yawn. Jr.. A'toniry
Thin tilp which ian now 'be de-
NEED of your written"
BOATS (
ifopy
:
In
smallest area. Bradford rialntlfra Willis uilili'iM u
who for ,
MAINTENANCE made In comfort by automobile bluff on the north side. Therein P. IV Drawer .140, Starkj, Klurlda fehairs. II. "'anv to It eu Th !r County was divided by; legislative In lent tan! an 'hour Is
ailrtreNH In
act in 1921, with all "very : ttberglaas loat '1n4o.the And the with tits Clerk of till nbnvn I'lnlntirrx, whene STARKEBUSINESS
tree! Well. al- any kind ofweather1, 'la He- buggy. strug atylooI Court. on or, before 'tlie .I.. u. 1.>""""0' tU.IIt.a.k.o.: Pl .rldn -
that portion west of New scribed by Mr. Lagergren as gle up-hill began.-Tho body of Mil slay uf Slay 11)47) plliorwHu und' file the orlajliml. thereof
River going to create a new Although floerglass follow the buggy. sloping strongly a judgement, mar.. "I> nt\......l with the ,,'Ierk l of the abovflyled
: .. Court\ 'a.. or. hefore the
don't jreciuire the .many Kalnat you for .the r'jil: tie.l
countyUnion.. The division- (: I was to take the "Peggy" rearward discharged: its water nianded In the ComplulntWJTNJCHS J4lh. day of April 19H7. ,otber-
was made to settle an old dispute of care that wooden trainfrom Starke to LaCrosse 'ballast with such\ *: splash MY: SlANt> Mud: the wise| a :Juda-einenc, may l b. ntitred. -
do, ,it's; at.U1 ,ImpoiUiU vnl of said l'ouh this flit day.. analnat you for the re-
during which the court till 'the horse took fright '
there to meet Mr. Scott Howell of April 11(17( lie"' ? demanded In tIM Com DIRECTORYAUTO
house had been moved back ; perform some routine who would carry me to slipped on ''the ;wet clay land (.'H"RLli;.. A. J1AIIJUY plaint.

and forth between Starke are Worthington' by 'btrggy,' this fell: breaking ''the whiffletree -: Clyltlltk.' OF 11ilOClRf2tlIT '\V1TN.I': IS my hand and the
COUKT Court thIs ITtn
of saId
and Lake Butler four or five "If ;, same courtesy extend arrangement being 'tha only. and the hold-back straps' BRAPP'ORDiCOUNI'Y' day sea;. of Mari-h. 1B8T.OILAHl .
times during a period of SO then 'a'' new car should .be ex feasible one. and -in, getting up Ioclea\: trl..nlUDA I I)34'ulsIi IM ,lfia A. DARBY REPAIRS

"ears. the : to a new boat .say At that time Uu.train'framthe Of the ohrffts.. : put 'the driver ...1ilucy, ,!
But if the new proposed: flberll1a88''sPeclaliBts. at West was .due at Starkeat held on to the reins and the I t-S U21 MRAOPOHU COUNTY "

merger Is ever effected, It day's : Motors. Bvlrvrude;J :3. 'p.m. and scheduled to horse cavorting around again I l'J.HtIUA Earl's
la The Cuart of he CounOJudirK Hv IloulHh M Moody Garage ..
the boat two I
will be "over the dead bodies" jnmkct depart again at 0 p.m. Out slipped and fell, this time Bradford lou. x.4'lorldM. Deputy Clerk
of Union County officials ago after more than 50 It was 6 .o"oldck'MCoro It arrived 'just 'behind the buggy, .than In I'robate S-JJ 4t 4-1J ALL KINDS OF

according to Interviews 'pub will : I In the outboard busi : owing to a storm that arresting 'Its:backward movement 'In n'OJ..t..t.. U""o"'d.ot HTIIKL! !: AUTO' REPAIR WORK

lished 11'a recent issue of the the 'The Milwaukee 'com- bad thrown trees across the down-hill. MANDY To AU WlUTIfl CiMMlltor, .. und PereoiiaJMurlnv NOTICEMrs. AU 'Work Guaranteed

Florida TimesUnion.The now markets teven $fl- track. One tree had Btru6k Fortunately, :Mr. I-f owe lVe ClaIms 01 UemundaAiiulnat Ruby Mooneyham has Phone 064-70O5
boats. ] the house'was 'now nearby. The Said HatutoXou : leased the >iaay Suaan Res- Starke
consolidation, proposal I only passenger coach ''theroad and each ot you are So. Walnut
was made a? a step toward ; putting a new boat owned. breaking several horse was Helped up the buggy hereby notified und rmiulrad. to taurant. 'Highway .100. Keystone -

cutting expenses In the hope b1 the /water it should re- windows .and 'putting' it, ,tout '' secured from 'retrogres present. uuy claim und demitade Heights, effective! Feb.
of
'a good ,roost ot .wax. of .commission" Hive :action and 'We, >sorely which :you, or either 18, 1967.and ,will be responsible AUTO
of relieving ad valorem tax- you, loaF 'have avalnat : SERVICE!
t'\\hrt Incurred .
\
\ debt
payers. tax ( acts as ,a protective and It was -7:30 befarethe 'hard-! tried pilgrims. progressed from late o( tthel Mandy tori'all
brilliance the shadow of the valley and cieueuaiMl. 'lale of ,auld County, on :or after that date. May Gilbert S. Brown
While opposing a reunionof heightens the I, swearing-crew; could start thetraln to tllo: .Cnuuly Judae of lliadotd -
colored' hulls! Periodic out again. 'It- the two counties the Union .. ; : ( County \> SUndard Oil service! Station!
and ''We' 'basking" in frontor office In tlie court house of engaged operating/ the Lasy .
.! jobs will preserve, this stormy, chilly. Conductor I
officials offered several CY. .
Woodward had wheelbarrowload a :blissful 'fire of llveoak aid County ..t Htarka Florida. Susan and will not be re- ATLAS
solutions of their own for appearance a within aU ualundur, BATTERIES
incurred
for debts TIBR8: A
years to come, the boat of sand dumped on thfloor' ? sticks dried ,our'sodden\: raiment month from, the time or the ponjilbla
saving ad valorem tax money. :while 'what first pubUuutlon of ,thin ,notice on 'or after Feb. 18, 1907( Budget Terms-Road Service
of we sipped
receive annual a box-car and a fire
.. an .ap-
ahall be
These included such drastic ateuU UaJra or demand 2tp13 Phone 964-7071
the of a fine rubbing was built upon' it. around we'.thought was celestial nec In wrltl.... .and shall mate the Stark'
measures as consolidation N. *
407 Temple
er automobile which we .squatted, half- tar but'' whfch was .only *Ar- place of revldenue und poet office .
of county and muiilcipal :choked 'smoke The 'train buckle's''Cotfee.' liberally spiked address at the tilitlmant NOIK1101" APPLTSWVEOVFoil )
followed by an ap by and shall. be sworn to by the 'AX DENt
governments to eliminate of automotive wax. had ,to run ..very'olowly be- with ,"long sweetening.",, claimant. IllS agent UU .attor NOTICW IS III-JJIKIIV. (II YEN, HURST'SSHELL
] : :.... demand Carl Hunt the holder of
claim or that
cause b(.the soft track throughthe --- nay: .and 'any euth
products make this job ha.
fll'd shall be void. the following certifIcates
not is
easier. Dual compounds swamps, and the ,probability The next 'time'the heater In' Olin W. \\hlttt. Jr. filed said oertlfliate. for a tax Service StationGas

FLORIDATHEATRE both cleaning and waxing of trees being blowircrosa, your' ,car jroea on. the blinkremember An executor uf .Ihe ,L*.t'Will deed tobe Immoil. thereon., Thecertlflnate

adequate for all but the it. Between Sampson and Clay.,I'_ _.I.'I... "_"' _..._ .1.,...lh.. .___,.. vw Tnat.1 .and.Whlta Testament, deuvaaed.Flrat at.., UUiel Mandy ,.of. isSuance.nuuvbera the deaurtptlon and year of Oils LubrlcatioaGeodyear

Is difficult rfob 'If....-bost noth ,car 'caught' afire .and this story of travel: publication:: [April, 13. > the property and the names In Tires BatterIes
wet' had to atop and carry in ,"the good old days." 1961. which It .was assessed are aa ROAD SERVICE
: missed this annual clean- '
rates follows: 1
4/11 4t .111.| '
a,heavy duty cleaner !Is In waUr.ln i our hat. i from the Certificate: Nd. *8' Tear of lot and 100 Starke
dltca along the. 'track ''for HOUR A' 'J ISsuance au -' l>e.urlptloii. of
OTORY '
of I followed by'a' 'single t.N'UII1' CIRCUIT COURT'O'B' 'Property UM ot: NF.it' ot NB(4of ( METAl. WORK
Snvnrtime-Weekdays 7 of a good paste quenching jibe > ames. j THK KUI11TH: ,.IUDIC1A.L CIRCUIT NE'" See 3'!.. T-t-H.! R-ii-K
Sunday :38O Saturday t with 'At last /lure :arrived *at fc'a- "A Circus Is.Coming" will ftf" l"LORIUA.1' IN AND Name"! In which' ......*Hil. Kvairlftl )
1 Crosse, and 11( .stepped out in.utlsr' 'be ,the"'theme for Story Hour FOR J'\ ''cowirYCAMI3 .I ( Bit. I THOMPSONSheet
I scratches and at'the'Starke-Bradford \) ,, I' All of.....101 "property Imlntf' In
THURS., FRI.. SAT. discovered .xhulng ,this darkness, 'j'ot knowing County Lion! D OIHFFIN ana hU wifeM1LI11101) the County ,ot 'Uradtord, $Hat' Metal WorksAll
which way toJura. neo .aaha4awy Public 'Library 'Thursday afternoon GRIFFIN, of 0'iqrlda.Unlese .
APRIL 13, 14, 15:; work, also oertlflcate -
can PialutitIC such certificate or
from 3:30: to 4:15: .
I repaired. with 'a minimum form {emerged! ,: :who p.m.Mn. ".. shall be redeemed accord Types Metal Work-
!(proved ,Uo too a son 'of Mr. George Winkler will be I JOHN: A. CU1.ViR' et al. I au to law the property -
effort. According to the HoweU'a., and he 'led me to ,Storyteller.Alii' KO'VKM 4W ,MUIT) deiorliMit In inch. certltloate o>I Heat & Air Cond.
DIIIN.EY'5WHlP : any scratch less than children& 6 To:' NICHOUAS: l I'. HAUAVIAN, .'l'ptlClCetaM will ta old to tnt: Installed
WAL'" his ages through Systems
buggy.I N. tl WAINWKIOUT: M. B,. highest", bidder at the oourt. houaid
Inches deep can. be had a long b.x containing 9 ace invited..:: JOHN!' JAM11W) IIA .-,. JAMJ1' I >...r on the first MonditT, li: ltd. Ifr E. Ph. 9645123STALLING'.S'
,out -using>medium to ,fAUIIK-RT: JOHN .A. tMJtVUl\ : ,, Month of May t987. whloli. li.
Jes surveying In- ii a.NiirKiTA' TiioMrttotf; iH. UNRY : 'I, .L.A ut. May. im>7.
wet 1In.\NN.N
is or dry trument but wh
to 600 grltl.! Il1ndpaper\\ about ,to "JIuV.lt'ln, V> the bodyof 'I VATT. CHAliUOS. TIIOMPHON.
the : jBrannen Family Reunion ale" known at f. H. THOMP', 'fle e nv i
BagWE1t1SBEAR the 'buggy.. I found ,itha MuN.
will be held '
a original color and produce'latter-full. of water, for it was Sunday''i Van aril. hereby notlflml thai. '
same shining surface. I 'brand new and ,tight. We had Apr. 16, at Mount Zion an aolloii to Quiet, 'Till* t 1 U
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1 not to Church In Union County with the followingi .op..t)
A necessary paint no way of getting .the wattra Bradford County, Florid; .
fiberg1ass4 Jx>at.\ "" >ut...so I Shad to hold the'bbx Dinner on the grounds. All A parcel. ot laud In the NnU
'Pre I I members"of. the family "anc I I ot e.... Sffili! 06 //:1&lu.: .aTnwnanini
paint
key r'l in my' lap. A tripod for the Kunicv. al
interested U Mouth LOUNGE
_fI BllEitf1: .U, 4'e, the .hull can cut down inatrurrMnt;, I "placed in :the to attend. persons are invitee JU..t.ln Mratirord County 1"10..1clIo OASIS

is growths. When pur 'body r 1 of' the. N'IY'% ot
<'ornnr
For
i atjl this paint be sure to tie It fast: ,with -my :.bee 3 NOTICE tile 81% -of Mevtlwn iU: Town- Your' CLOSEST Spot

April anti-foullng paint! for I lacesto keep ,'Ic 'tram Cleat- ,ahlp 8 outh\ ,' Han.** 13 Kuet,: LIQUOR -. WINES BEER
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by boat. lug way.' 'To anyone it 'concerns:

The home was'large ,and -Thin ''Is to notify the public Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M.

paid Wir.c. .1 t strong, and too lazy to 'movefaster that, Mra. Doris Lamb la no House of Carpets I
She : than a walk; but then longer responsible for any Friday and Saturday 9 A M. 2 A.l\\ Quality Carpets at Budget.Prices'
Se.t bond Stolen the darkness Compelled! us debts or bills made by her SPC1AL.D1SCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS"
court I to drive slowly. anyovfay.Eventla11y .
:
: nephew. JaCk or John Friedman Expert ..Installation" in Rtarke I
'we came to the 1' as ,of April 8,,1997. II 'Area at No'Extra' : .Charge .OR QUARTS\
rolls of high fence wire shaky bridge across tHe Bsnta! you do .so, it wUl be of your
& bean stolen from the field Fe River which was swollen' own accord. 531 N. Main' Gainesville<< 8 MI. South of Starke en U. S. 301

the Browrilee* R&ad'owned 180 that jets of water squirted -Mrs.:' Doris Lamb. 378-1398

Jr., Tommie Crawford accord- ,

-.,- wl 'to''the Bradford Sheriffs "
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a New 'PrisonReception TUB RIGHT rOINT for tfe

a $ Sheriff Dolph Red Center (the 'wayyea; write. Cease It )

h said the \wo.ro\)8.\) .valued, lad ,select yeur favorite ESTERBROOK ..
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3899. were n a field Due In August fountain pen. A LPQIILJRYMEN

t of Crawford's home :TELEGRAPH. ATTENTION

of, 'were Jayjng. ajmut ,fO The new, .".1 million reeep- .

(t; \: S : from the highway. It tion Center unit of the State IN -THB CIRCUIT COURT 09'THP

'be seen where the rolls, Division of Correction near: ) JfirjHTH JUDICTAli C1R-

fills 18 W1W' A ,J20 rods Jong- and 30, I.tke., Butler .Je ,scheduled to rVIT'OP, .oRIDA IC AND

TfflSOOTOTaiNlEMA900DONEOF high were rolled across; be in operation about ,August
Lz field and thrown over the 1. according to Garrls Curlee, HO\'l'RLI.' ROBKBTB
I
Tags: fsonv the wbre uparintendent" ,the .inlt.In ...- Ialntlrf.

PL illm IRLDeN left on the ;highway. a recent civic club talk SCUTTIR I.. ROBERTS.NOTICH < !: 1 '

.. theft occurred last Fri. Curlee explained: the delays) In naf.ndist. '
----t. ---- \ Of ,SUIT/
." April 8, when Crawford opening,the\ facility caused by ''O5ofl'Tl1 1* ROBKRT8JIIVIXIKSH : We Are Now RepresentingCUMBERLAND
away from home., faulty construction ,but -eaid : ANI RHMI. ,
SUN.. 1\1ON. TUES. these ,KN-M( 'UNKNOWN
are being corrected and YOU JulWHKHIW1Y, NOT
APRIL 16, 17 18 the present plan I. to move IHBI th&t an'"otl..n$ for dlvuron'
: COMPANYIN
Add two tablespoons of 100 ,.inmates'to the'e8nterabout h_ bo"u',;jfllcj. nalnit. you wend ,CASE
: rou a..o .inquired to serve a
u"
PMAMOUNT PICTURES ,- 8-8.8 fertilizer per gallon May I. copy ,of your. written. 'da(.n...,.
a MMir MinMM Psd.sfl.s : !! : Work, If ",o It Kunon V, AREA. FOR'' YOUR'' NEEDS OF
b. water for plants se$ tn-jsan-) Is in progress on.con- Bhaw.any.Attorneyfar ton THIS '
plaintiff
soil and a nke amount of struction of sidewalks and who addres to 111 Sooth

MIDlIIIWilE nitrogen and high' potash 4torm drainage 'he said, as Walnut ,"r.et. Stalks, Florida
and fll* .,th orlwlnal with '
theChiric 'and Livestock
well Equipment
for plants set In as on an outer perimeter of the abova at T lad Court Poultry: :

or peat soils. wall which 1. scheduled to on or.b..f<"r.. May 5. Ud.-..oth..r-< ,

la a tip on how to be ,computed ,,'within, 9O .days. "wIu.. ,a Against.>udirmnt you may for the ba ,iflnterwd rIl ... "

.a raised flewwr *bed Original plans called for the .f 'd.and..d. In thu complaint We are distributors Ea: 'complete line of Cumber'

the base of a tree employment of 186 persona .at .
W1TNBUIH! band and theV.5.1
my
possible! damage ot the.unit, '.but -the nu.sab.rba. of aald Court on March ,land Mechanical Feeders, Waterers, Brooders Nests,

tree. a a vs bean..cut; to. 133> by. the .State 5,1.5 -tftlCHARI.K8.
: A. nARHVlly with other lines of
an inner and Budget Commission. ,Curlee ..-, f.ijng: ()IPSAIIL'OURT 'Curtains, other.accessories> along

wall to contain aid ..tI1at..total.empkJymeat at H.ulah M. Moody
.** ::1I."ut CI.rk and also a full line of Poultry Drugs
bed. Bltild"the Inner wall the, .unit 'Will >be somewhere ..1 tt iaiNOTICM .equipment, carry ,

: to the circumference of between the two fl&lII'e.aAd all
and repair\ ts on Equipment.
1uiierI' tree -' allowing ample that. 'some ..f ,them -will be 'iOK IvTI'TIOv. TO Medications.plus any pai
ItUUINTKIt<< PKTITIOIM :XAMK.
fUled* by 'transfers from ''the
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for tree roth. 1'rh Notice la hereby Klran. thaitha :' Truclc which
,We"have 'Company Delivery
beLween walls and main prison. und'rlirnd. under the pro.vM our own ,
IIIBrIiJ .Cost ,ef on. of chapter 20.611 Lawiof '
operating the new
of the walls depend of willreiai.r for convenience wit}
for the jriorlda Act lHll: will run in this area weekly your
I the slot of 'the bed! you facility next two ear*, i with the Clork of the'
, TEcca ftMVlNd Curlee laid, has been set at Clrrult Court In and for Hrad- available for Installation of
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Crew
a i'aamait $2.273,023: ,, and an additional ford County, Florida upon *.-; an Installation any
ONpt< of proof of pu I lit Ic'nUon olthla
) $2 million, has been allocated; notice the flctltloua1 seine. Equipment.

WED.. & THURS. Clarified. Ad In the TEIZ- for other ..projects.When of which The I fU am a xncucod llurber. athop In bunlneMat .under

APRIL 19, 20GIWdnes4f bring reMolta.t Is in full the operation reception tt win center h. ve : I"la" .:-.0.-W..t. Maillwm >>t.. Btarko.,I If you are in need of anything in the line of Equipment -

John.le H. Tnompaon. Rt. 1.
a prise*}, population:of.B3O,In Box lit Lawtey, Florida w>l.''I or Medications please call us collect at the following -

mates consisting .of all male ,ow..r. .
A Florida Pest Control i Dated thla 4th day of April
felons who will be address
CHIMICAL CO.FREE. classifiedand AU.. un at >Mtarke. Bradford)I : .
then transferred toother County Klorlda." '.

units of the division of correction .-' ,-, 4t t-tl

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; Ift/ TIIR MltCiriT COIfRT) ORTHM DIXIE POULTRY SUPPLY COMPANYI
Curiae ,said that plans for KMIITH MUDICrAt. CIHcyiT .

the oir H HIUA IN ANLIP'OR
proposed ,,KXKbed hospitalare !
the UHAUVDItU UUNTY.CAUK I I O. flog: 181' Phone Area Code 912-334-5313 'DouKlos, Georgia
on boards and
drawing
NO .. ,-
that if *U planned. the CUYDK, MRAI>L.RY ami hln
"' I I goes as :
\Termite Inspection facility njay be corpploted in wife'' OI..l'1..lnUf.VDVH URAJ. >bEY. 'I Our Sales Representative in this area is BILL, DEAN,


1aflEFON8OflMuR I I -And NO OiUOATION Estimate- that two years..coajyu" Ha: tisn also of announced'4 housing L.y.,M.. IjrUt D.ff..ndttntNOTICH..i at..al, ,.[ and :will be working here weekly to serve you better

.. _si.. fl S I 1 TAKE CHANCES project, Ixckcarnlnlt I.I I.,
TO Ma
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