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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 20, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Single' Copy BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Every Week


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Official Countu, Publication Established In 1879.

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VOLUME BIGHTT-EIGHT STARKE. n.o*lD&. THURSDAY APRIL 20. 1967 NUMBER, FOHTV-THKFE

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\Woman PinnedTo RemodelingFunds Council Appoints



Her Home :SoughtFor ,



By AutomobileMrs. High SchoolApplication Group To Hire : ,



Beatrice KImmons, for $30,000 to ,

critically!, Injured Sunday ri be applied to completion of the .
night when her car crushedher ,4f ; renovation of 'A' Building at
against her home. wasreported Bradford High School was City AccountantEverything

Wednesday;! to be I i\ :: made to the State Departmentof '

Improving In the intensive Education Tuesday by -
care unit of the University of t! unanimous vote. of the School
Florida Medical Center. Board. was "nor, ly appointed, after a hot of Councilmen Merritt

Mrs. Kimmons parked her The action was taken In a mal" between Clerk Mer discussion! to work with Williams Neil Tucker, and

automobile at her home on special meeting Wednesday rill Edwards and the Jimmy McRae.
,City the clerk in finding a
Brooklyn Lake at Keystone afternoon. Another of contention
point
Heights where these is a M Total cost of the renova- Council Tuesday night as I qualified person. But Edwards was apparently settled when

sharp incline down to the tion of the north end of the the board attempted to I said, in effect, that the council voted unanimously -
house She left the car and building Is set by Architect from the
to shift radio
follow their auditor's recommendation he would have the final a
apparently was entering the Don Morgan at $83.000. about
Department to the
house. The car' rolled down $7 per square foot. Supt. Tom to hire a choice, that he would not clerk's Utility' office' after the police
and her know municipal accountant.A accept a person "hand)
the incline pinned Casey said he doesn't channel Is blocked off at a
between it and the wall of where the county's $55,000 committee was final. picked" by the committee cost of $150. Edwards has ask-

the house. share will come from. peihaps ed for months that he havea

Her husband, Eldon Kim- : $k racetrack tax funds or the radio to contact his meter
p. million dollar bond 'S, 4 Alt'" l t .. q 1'"' "':,..r .I bN'!
:new half *
mone who operates a service -\.s Li j1l1 readers and the utility depart

station, in Keystone Heights, issue the Board Is negotiating 'f! ment :personnel when neces-
_
was in the house and heard now.. sary, but the council was reluctant -
the crash. He coldn't get Equipment for the new n for him to have con-

out the rear door because seven-room science, reading, v 1; tact with utility department
the car had It blocked and and mathematics complex will e personnel, though It Hud been
had to run around the house cost an additional $30.000 of \ agreed before'that he shouldbe

to' the scene. KImmons was which 45 per cent, $13,500 In touch with his meter

miner delayed in freeing his can be secured from the state. readers. ,
,
wife when. he couldn't find. The new complex accordingto ,r. t, Councilman Nell Tucker

her car key. ,* Principal Jim Temple, will kicked off the "discussion"on

He had to( BO back in the Include two fully equipped' ,' r hiring a qualified, person
Gee Whiz! science laboratories/ two science s
house and find another key Well, two to'set up the city's accounting
to back the car up the incline teaching classrooms r records..
to flee his wife. electronically equipped readIng p "We've had recommendations -
;.Bradford's. National) Strawberry Queen' pretty Minn. I'atty Ilondloy of Ocaln.ttrwtej and mathemat-
rooms one
Mrs. Kimmons was takento attention Tuesday night im lobe ptxUfd tinchirk of Gov. CluuUo) ics laboratory.The "'" t( from" two auditors for
"What'sthe
the medical center with a ;. two years he asked
crushed chest :and punctured Kirk at, the sixth annual Florida ImliiHtrle Exposition In Orliuulo. Over 100.000 funds sought are Na- I", council going to do about
person. Mere to visit.. the 850 tional Defense Education Act
lungs and placed In the Intensive expected. exposition showing over Florida-mnnde'prod- x Itf Councilman Orle :Wiggins -
care unit reserved for uch.-lncJo clnc'13 flat. of Bradford. County Htrauberrlev whlc.li Queen Patty boofthtd.; monies which are federal i. y said the "oru> solution"

most critical patients. Attending Tuesday and Wednesday from Bradford County were I'at Everett, funds disbursed through the i, would be a municipal account-

Mrs. Kimmons is employedas chairman\ the Bradford Uetiriopment ,Authority I'ctn Xotuk, executive ''vlre- State. The Department funds must of' Education be approved -- ant,. as'' the auditor recom-

bookkeeper for John Tor- prewldent of the'Chamber' of Commerce I Bud luuu, publicist for the Chamber, and by the NDEA office In mended' recommend?"
do
"What 'you
J. K.-BuHlngtonj: ; chairman of the Stiirke lU-tnil Merchant "Koclatlon.'r I
o;:!e's Shell Oil Company In the State Department. Once Councilman Merritt :Williams
Starke. (*4-wt: .* Qir-en Patty) was" the life of the Know uttnu'tuiff even more. attention than Ml.**. that I Is done construction for I rar asked Clerk 'Edwards} .

Florida, Christine Torfcttonj Minx. KunFlavor, or Mitt. 175. 't the. project must be approvedby J "If the aUditOr woulfl 'Just!

I the Planning Division of i come down here and make a
(he. State Department In a we'd be'glad tow
euggestion

.-._ : jt.:....... : Would. !. Mejan Salary! incrcasc '., ... : ....::..,. ._'separate''The,area application to-oe-renovated !Is _eyed rarry. ,--and It put"then!' the...shot clerk}"bach:. anlJW-' r ,"'- I ba

. 61' by 180 feet: or approxi- l "Purthermoje.''I "kAowr

mately. H.OOO; square feet. lit was In such bad shape." An
Officials Favor Uniform Pay Proposal t "If these facilities ere provided r argument ensued over; whether

:f., they' will I' be the finestIn # an accountant", or qualified

north Florida" Principal : 4 oydM1'itr? bookkeeper'. was neces-
James :Temple told the Board.In .
A favorable reception Is Counties of less than 7,500 tinue to operate his office on pay system for'couny offlc- down finances cy sary.
on
a run :
In like
"Send here
being given by county officials one'
population would
$8.000 .
pay : fee system. The reason he Ials. : told the
Tom
Casey
to a proposal for the counties, between 7,500 and has more control over his office Supt. Tucker and he won't; stay a
Uniform bills have been
Board about in
pay $59,169
oper- "
Edwards said point-
second
Florida Senate which would 10,000 $10.000r counties of at ,
; he doesn't have to: fight
adopted in previous .legisla funds available now
ating are
place all counties lOG a uniform least 10,000 Ing at Tucker ,who headed
but less Ulan
20- with the county commissioneach
_
tive sessions, but -ha.ve been $19.000 of the $1.2 million
saJary system and Increase 000 tie. Bradford], $12.500/ the questioning/! AuditorGeor&e
: year over a budget as ineffective because* any coun- construction bond issue $33.-
Dandelake two weeks!
the pay of most officials counties with at least 20,000 !
do the county Judge and
ty could exempt itself ,upon 000 In capital outlay and debt
but less, than 50,000. $15,000; sheriff. "If we make it. we request: of its,, legislators. Now service funds, and $11.169 instate ago."Would to work
Under the proposal! 1 Brad- and counties of at least 50- earn It and can sperul It," he however. legislators'( representmore school: construction you agree

ford's elected officials! would 000 but less;than 75,000. $17.- says.At than one county In funds.In City Honors Late MayorA .a.committee accountant Williams In Mrlmr asked.an

draw $12,500 per year, a $3.- 000. present only the county many instances' and! nay be the immediate future. Edwards,,not answering
But
500 increase over the 9.000 For, counties of 75.000 population
superintendent and county reluctant to exeludo
\ one the Board can expect to have plaque presented to the family of the !at.Iay"l'! KunOal that question, replied:
base they draw now. In small or more annual compensation -
Judge draw more than the county and not all.
counties, like' Bradford however is set at $500 less $9,000. Supt. Tom, CaseY'1aalary $511,000 available, he saM', to Chitty, by Mayor! Curl Iluriit above, 111 I wrrptml by the formermayor's '"Why now, do-you, come up
The current proposal, however Include $412.000 in additional with' this. when the record
those officials en the than the total salary receivedby is budgeted ct $10.- 10-year-old lion, ILand .1 Chltty. Jr.
would place alJ Cbuntlc/l/ bond Issue funds which are shows I asked for'' help: in the
fee systemthe couny clerk the lowest-paid circuit 800 by the School Board. < .' In recognition of an outstanding. contribution to the city, ,
under( the system- tax assessor! and tax collrc- judge.:! Judge Yawn last year drew exceptions. .... be $7,000 in Interest and the the plaque was "Presentedby the City of Hturlte tu the,family about Itr"! He, said if the
tol. wouldn't receive the full County Judge -T. A. Yawnis the $9,000 plus fees from his Mwt' officials 30.000 NDEA funds from1 the of Itnndal F.'hltty'; aw a token of our appreciation. for. his In- auditor would !him'with
/ feel the supply
the bill with, .
along
raise until their office business backing
:
three courts -Juvenile, small "
nvANiire tins :i ,qrd., chance state. nplratlon. given 'us''by bin example ol selfless" interest and "cnUiuNluHni a list of' things "to do and
all other. Bradford officials
grew enough to make it.County claims and court
which began as a measure county' of passage sInce U hri); been Another possibility is that for a bcttur community In which. to live." i show him how he [the auditor
'affected
officials sponsored by .county, judgesto Supt. Casey is for' uulform ex-nndcd to inrlud (tajloffltin's. : the Board may receive $135- !Rlrn. Joan 'Chltty and the former' mayor's two daughters. ] wanted the books kept
besides< the ones listed above pay all the way ever for ; A Irnl.slator; Judge 000 in Federal Impact Funds "drs. and ; the clerk's office would put
are the sheriff, county judge Increase their salaries. But "" 5, Karen, 2 I-Z. were pretwnt for the rnrpnmnylat\ <
teachers. "I don't see why a lawn ] 1101:1: the recommendations into ef
pointed out bo In a reimbursement for studentsof
j
the proposal has been expanded the Council
City meeting Tuesday night.
and>;1 county school superintendent -
teacher In Dade County is
to Include all county I. predicament Inol: otelnptlnrr federally employed/ work- fect.
all of whose officesare officials who invariably feel worth any more than onehere. to to nmlnst the cioi/.rcs.of! ers living In the county for If the council \Is- going to
budget in ,
on a system
that their function is just as l.vc at 'Ix ofllcitf'1): / '/) In each which the Board has applied. pay somebodv, to 'setup an
proposal this county.they would Under ImmedI-such a necessary) as that of county Sheriff P. D. Reddish also county !in a qIlJU! !- oui1ty That would make a grand Prices, Quality Down accounting ir/stcm! l it; Mould
indicated he favors n uniform situation. I be the audltnFJdwards'\ said.
ately get the full Increase Judge. [Continued on Page SUJ At 'one point he 'asked ''the
since they would.only have. to Tax Assessor Oene Long : !'
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Decline council,' "How can I give you
budget it. was the most noncommltlcal Early h"
what you mint n-hert I don't
about the measure: "I would
The proponed legislation n't endorse or condemn it: know whatit, Is?",
would place all counv consl- "Why, don'tyou Jvt ray
tutlonal offices on the same I wouldn't say, wer'e overpaidnow I Hi Ire somebody' and: let me

salary level based on popula- underpaid but I wouldn't either. The say we're job's Seen For BerriesHot do It?:" fh4; 'clerk ,aiked. But

tion. worth 'a living wage.. he war asked whf' ht'r' he'dhire
another secretary or
Judge Yawn: feels the meas- Just
U. I). C.MEMORIAL ure has. much better chance dry ..weather and declining 15-7.424 flats. avg. an accountant.
\ DAY of passage, since all officials prices seemed to fore- $2.20. "4: >m<'borty with :a fancy
cast an early end to the 1957 lahrl." F.dward.laid.. / .
SER.VICESunday have been Included. He says Apr. 15-1,038 flats avg.
any office in the courthouseis eel strawberry season at Starke $2.20. r Counriimin; .WII''''>m.. ''n'i.t.

April 23 worth the $12.500 when .1 w and Lawtey this week. Apr. 17-4,739,/ flute!! avg.Apr. .' ed! that ,action tO'...rtl! h'rlntcpn '"

4::00 P.M. the responsibility/ of the office Lawtey reported 28.884 flats $2,20.ApI'. acoountan boo taken Tue.-
: holder Is considered. 'I shipped during the. week end. -.."v night "or we'll\ tlll bo In
Crosby Lake. CemeteryRev. Az :tlats.
A+ 18-5,103 avg.
Clerk Charles Darby on ing Wednesday! with prices the same shape eight yearsfrom
Robert Burch the fee system to run his office for the seven- Figures, : /
SpeakerThe said the raise "v.ould be 'around $2,30 per flat. "Well, let's see if we want
fine," but he'd need a lot of At that rate, growers can auction were: to appoint a rommltt"
Community State help to reach It. H9 turned till eke out a profit of 80-00 Apr. 13-1,503/ flats, mostly Chairman Rnh" Johns said

Bank of Starke and the back to the county last year aFT cents per flat and might goon 290.. but for the' Mt time nobody

Florida Hank at Starke $582 in excess fees: in other picking until the hot sun Apr. 14-1,953 flats! mostly uttered a word. She repeated

will not be open for words. Darby would have makes berries so soil they will 230. the question but Clerk' Edwards -
businelolSVednesday drawn his base of $9.000 plus not. carry to mailed.' Apr. 15-1.85,! flute! .m08'fly began citing an ex-

the $$33 did the law not require The Starke State Farmers $2.30 to $2 40. am-Die of why he needs'! a>
April 26, Southern Decoration him to turn all over $9.- ,Market reported 9275, flats Apr. 17-2.054 flan;; most- rirtlo to be Irt touch with the

Day, a legal back to the county. But he cold through' the auction; *'during ly $340. utility department. It In. necessary -
holiday In Florida. says his office Is not doing the week ending Wednes- Apr. IB-2.102 flats, mostly for department headsto

enough business this Sear for day at an average price of $220 to $2.40. know'' If atj/ >erson has paid
This Space Contributed him to draw the $9,000 to around $2.40: per nat. This B/ now it Is believed that'most the required deposit before

Weekly to Publicize which he !18. entitled under Brooker School Going Up does not Include: berries grown growers will make a fair cutting on a water or electric

Community Events by by buyers, and not sold return on their 1987 straw- account' Edwards eakr, and

law.Tax Collector J. R, Kelly The new.Brooker school, above to about S3 per cent complete now a* the contractor through the 'auction. berry crop in spite of the unpromising too timeconsumingfor"the:

The Community turned back $71,83 in excess Harris and Harris of.GaJnmvllla shoots to have It and thelarger, Hampton North Carolina is beginning outlook after a late department head to call the
'
freeze wiped out a
to February Utility Department and; have
last snip contributing
fees year and Tax Assessor -
State
Bank complex ready for the new term next taIL
dene Long turned back the price decline in this area. bumper crop. a secretary run across the hall
Both will be round buildings as can be seen by the Innar cure of the .. -... Some growers have already' to the clerk's office to find,
Accounts $1,797. but even that wouldn'thave Shipments from Lawtey ,
now insuredup room Brooker unit above. Masons were hard at work Monday, above but there turned their fields open to the
put him at. the $12,500 the week
during were! out.The
to $15,000 by had been a lay-off and II & II In behind on both project f from ilx to eight pBcent 'Public'on a. pick-your-own' discussion became con-

Federal Deposit Insurance level.While agreeing It would be Architect JoD.lUorean told the. School Hoard Wednesday. $:J.30.Apr 13-6.307 flats, avg.&! 25 cents per quart' basis. fused at that point: It was not
to
Corp. Tim Hampton U classrooms It will have .. Others are continuing ship, 'clear whether the> council
nice to have more money, complex right I 10 .Id.| | rnmpnrnl. trt 14-6,3'19 flats.
Apr. ]
aVII. berries as loner as they can
Kelly said he'd''') prefer' to con- Itrooker'a eight. It" II contracted to do both f., $339,000./ $2.40. realize even, a small profit. [Continued on Page SidJulia




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" TWO n': IIt'UItU) COUNTY) ) TKI.IOUK.M'H.': ': BTIlHR.. KI-OIUUA THURSDAY APRIL 20 1967


I Local admittances to Bradford -II Postal I ever proper claims are( received. a Gainesville hospital! after an 112. They will be seeking
County Hospital this I Savings :!_ illness of several weeks. their fifth and sixth wins.

week include: Elden :Mathews The Starke postmaster :Mr.. Powell was the son of
9/fYlAf. Dempsey RIgby, Wllliain .,, ''r 1 Interest StopsOn urged that all Postal Savings, the late Dr. and Mrs Tate

Reames, Mrs. Susan Geiger. depositors close out their ac- Powell, who moved to Starke
Mrs. Laura Leach, Robin War I ', tJ April 27 .countsand! Invest th* funs many years..ago front NorthCarolina. HAMMONDORGAN

ren, Mrs. Vera Padgett, Harold ,_ ,,11\ .U. S. .Sayings Bonds or He spent his boyhood STUDIOFactory
GLADYS ;MOOTY Crawford, Mrs. Martha Hazen, I u. S. Postal Savings certificates the new, Freedom Shares \ here,.., later moving to
Phone 964-7608 Mrs. Kathryn Leaman, and totaling( $8,898, now 'which, on( May 1, will? start Lake Butler} where he beganbls' Authorized

Mrs. Grade Thornton, all of on deposit at the Starke post paying<< 4.74 per cent Interest. I newspaper career He Hammond. Sc Service Organ
Starke; Mrs. Mae Combs of #w v interest : formerly owned and edited the Sales
will earning
w office, cease Holders .
.. : of. Postal
.SaVSI1&'SCertificates
Mrs. A. Russell Norman was' Mr. and Mrs David Mont- Macclenny; Mrs. Charity Gils- for local depositors on 'BUIfef\! County Press in Mac- Learn to play the easy way

visiting her elster. Mra. D. N. gomery and family joined Mr. :son and Mrs. Ruth Ohlson of April 27. according: to Post- redeem can arrange to clenny for many, years, and 110 N. W. 10th Ave.GalnoevlUe .
them Center
Denmark Sr., la Jacksonvilleon and Mr*. J. F. Daniel of Roldsvllla Keystone Heights; Thurman .F" nM master T C Hazen, Jr. at the simply Post bj Office applying continued to write for it afterit I Shopping
Saturday. N. C. at the Montgomerycamp Hancock of Melrose; Andrew r was sold several years ago.
Nationwide, the Post Office where the
cerlflcates
Mrs J. R. Martin of Tallahassee -, on the Suwannee River, Arnold of Melrose; and Mrs. A were He Is survived by cne son,
is holding issued. The
Department
postmaster there,
will spend the weekend near Mayo, over the weekend. Edith Benson of Earlton. I ) r Tate Powell, Jr., of Macclen
million. In the Hazen
than explained, will
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs W. A. Stern, Miss, Apron arty style. Mrs. IT. L. more $90 provide
J H. Dennis. Louise Stern, and Mrs. Paul Hough, 241 Park Fluce. now obsolete program which guidance,and necessary forms ny.Funeral SCHEDULE
discontinued ) t.o'asslst in services will beheld
was by Congresson cashing certifi
Robin Warren underwent an Hutchlns attended the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich OF SERVICES
-- -- f March 28. 1S66. cates. :! Friday In Macclenny.
emergency appendectomy In Symphony at the Civic ardson spent Sunday at Daytona <
Bradford County Hospital Auditorium Tuesday night. Beach. Art Show Draws Youngsters Postal Savings were discontinued All transactions can be
) as of April 27, handled b mall, and certifIcates
Manday. Mr. and Mrs. Glbert Gold- -
Mr. and Mrs. L D. Vining Two Home Games ST.: EDWARD'S: CHURCH
Mrs. Sadie Morrles and Mrs. wire attended the funeral of 1966, and no deposit were Issued to persons now
visiting Mr. and :Mrs.: The third grade chess of Mrs. Justine Pellum from Starke Starke
M&inle Gardner of Starke have[ were Robert J. McGee in Ocala on accepted since that date.Certificates deceased may be cashed by This Weekend To
J. W. Tlmmerman in Stockton Elementary listen enthu hU(1l1n3"the, county art teacher Sunday Maas: 9:15: ft. ;m.
anniver- legal heirs in
been! admitted to the Starke i Saturday. Mr. McGee was the whose accordance with '
NOrslng Home. I I i Ga. over the weekend. father of Mrs. Michael Gold- Mr' .*. Avalon :severs! .extreme right, explain the exhibit sary dates have been reached State laws governing ouch dis- End 67 Baseball ,I Thursday Mass: 6:30: p. m.
Miraculous Medal Novena
wire, at the Open House and Art Exhibit at the Bradford County since last April 26 have now tributions. The postmaster at :
""- "- baseballers Saturday, 7 m.
10 Bradford High p.
Warren Winkler flew to Library Tuesday during National Library Week. earned their final Interest the issuance post office will
Newton, Iowa ,this week on a Mr*. Pellum arid'l'rII'* Maria' KoprlouHoH, chairman of the payment, Hazen said. rendtr:! authorized assistance, will face Orange Park tomor- Confessions:: 5 p. m. and 7
STARKE PLAZA row night Friday April 21, p. m.
business: trip to the Maytag art .show sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club. On June 30, all remaining if needed.
at 7:30 Bradford Field. ,
Open All Day : on ST. WILLIAM'S, CHURCH
a factory.Mrs. funds in the program will be
t I Every Day I Nelson Green and Mrs. turned over to the Treasury Tate Powell Sr. In the second of two home local Keystone Helgnta

______ FrI. and Sat. Ruth Frazier attended the Department to be held in a _
____ Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs V., nine will meet Gainesville
Until 7 P.M.>> Wesleyan Service Guild annual J. Spengler attended the Florida Lions Plan trust fund until liquidated, Services To Be High here Saturday at 2 p.m ) Wednesday: Mass and No-
meeting at the Methodist Hazen hale They will remain vena 7 p.m.
,, Youth Camp' In Lee: burg over convention Federation in Daytona Women's Beach Club Light Bulb And available there for payment Held FridayTate to close out their regular sea-r ST. MAKT'S CHURCH

SPRING the weekend., from Monday to Wednesday. without time limitation when Powell Sr., 86 son.The lost to Macclenny
of Mac- Tornadoes have
Scott Buck of East Palatka
Mass
Sunday : 11:30: a. m.
Col. and Mrs. C. H. Wollen- Broom Sale
''Is visiting hla grandparents, berg of Farmington, Conn 1 clenny, died Tuesday night in Orange Park: 7-0 and to GHS
I and Mrs. Rich-
Mr. Morgan
.
spent the weekend with Mrs.Wo11enberg'
arde, this week. Members of the Starke ,
.
the students home brotherinlawand Lions Club will conduct their i : .:
i PREVIEW 1 Among sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. '
from FSU( at the end of tho PowelL annual light bulb and broom
Geraldine sale tonight ThiusdayJ In "L"tPAJfGAINS'1
trimester are Gay Earl A, Edwards: of :Mount Denmark's Is'E" 'I'i"
:,: Glen Harrell, Richard Wainwright Dora spent, last Wednesday: to the residential area of ,
Bobble Sue Bark da1e, Starke.
JiA Krldav with Mr. and Mrs. Cur HHBHHBl
Mike,, Reddish.. Gene Wiggins, tis Edwards. I Proceeds from past sales
: : Linda Oglesby, Glenda Wade, have enabled the Starke
Mr- and Mrs. Dave Paulk
,'Jimmy Douglas and Martha attended the Thrift family reunion Lions to provde 33 youngsterswith We Have Slashed the
1 1t1a : Sanders. glasses during the past
1a at the Oak Grove Bap-
1 ,' ': Mrs. F. W. Strickland and tist Church near Macclenny on year> It was announced The Items for Quick Removal.
t Mrs. Herbert Herres were hon- Sunday. public is asked to cooperateby _

the ored Branding at a birthday Iron restaurant dinner: at I Mrs El7te Tanner: Sanders, Mrs., Mrs Bobby Eugene brooms purchasing during the bulbs sale and this Better Come Early, Because We Have Only One of Some of

r Aprons any style. Mr*. II. I* Mrs. Curtis Edwards, week.
e Sapp, : Them and Others Are Limited You'll Be Glad You Did!
Hough. 241 Park Place. Mrs. Thomas Hamilton, Mrs. I -

Monday night given by the Leroy Norman Jr., and Mrs. Prayer BreakfastSet ,
Methodist Women's Sunday Harold Godwin of the Junior I
School Class The honorees Woman's Club attended Junior FridayAbout Ii i 2 Only 2 PC. Sofa Bed Suites i

were presented with personal Day Ht the Florida Federation I
gifts and birthday cake from Women's Club Convention at 45 geusta' are expected Reinforced Vinyl] Covets 1 Drown, 1 Tan PAD & COVER SETS
the class. Day tuna Beach on Monday. to attend the Prayer
4 Mrs. F. F,, Stump and Miss Mr. and Mrs Curtis Ed- Breakfast set for Friday Regular
Lillian Stump attended the wards and family were .last morning, April 21, at 7:30: at $$99'95For

j graduation of their grand- Thursday dinner guestts of Mr. the Garden Restaurant. $119.95 NOW Ironing
daughter and niece, Miss Mar and Mrs G. C. Edwards In Sponsored by the Starke I $$1.00
gie Ellen Thomson, from FSUon Jacksonville.Mr Jaycees the affair will begin' Board

Thursday.Sen. : and Mrs. George Morrl- promptly at 7:30: President 3 Only 9x12 Oval Braided Rugs
and Mrs. Charley Johns ton and twin daughters of Rand/, Johns says to keep
: 4- visited their son-livlaw, and Lecabiirg spent the weekend guests from being too late to 100% Wool] ,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ralph with Mr. and Mra. Henry Mor work. 3
Only 3 PC.
Sofa
Bed
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i Kazarlan in Orlando last rison. Rep. Don Fuqua Second Regular I Groups

Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. :Miss Madge :MIddleton is Congressional District, will $$49.95 Sofa Bed, Matching Chair' and Platform Rocker,
and Mrs.' Robert Green visiting Mrs. Marguerite Cornin address the group. Rev. Merle $69.95 _
Covers
and daughter, Marian, were in Lakeland for a week. Packham. pastor of the Hope Vinyl
Sanford on Sunday visitingMr. Mrs Mae Jones of Jacksonville Baptist Church, will give the
and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe. will be a weekend: guestof invocation. Rev. Charles ONLY 2- Regular22"x42" $ 95

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews her slater, Mrs. W. E. M1J- Reese, pastor of the First $189'
F .
spent the weekend' in Folk- dleton. Christian Church, will give Oval Braided Throw Rugs $239.90 SALE _

M 't'S ston, Ga. with Mr. and',Mrs. I Mrs. L. W. Strickland of the benediction. i
Lowell Mathew. and Mr. and Jacksonville and Mrs. Mark Regular
Mrs. VirgU Mathews.' Moody of Green Cove Springswere CARD OF THANKSMy $$295 1 ONLY ITALIAN SOFA

Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones weekend guests of Mrs. $4.95 CLOSE OUT PolyDacron* Cushions",
and daughter, Mrs. R. A. W. H. Hart and Mrs. John heartfelt thanks to .11
Green Jr, and children of Chrislansen. They all vlsted who contributed In any way Regular
Gainesville attended the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Crawfordin to my wellbeing and comfortIn $$16995

Beach parade on Sun- Orange Park on Sunday the sickness and death of 199.95 NOW
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day. Mr. Green was in Boston afternoon.Mr. my husband. My appreciationand Goose Neck Desk Lamps
.. Mass over 'the weekend attending and Mrs. Jim Talley and gratitude for the wordsof

a Public Defenders son. Tommy, spent last weekin sympathy and encourage- 1 Only 3 PC. Bedroom Suite
II meeting. Portsmouth and Norfolk ment, an:*!, for the man/
Mr. Frank Weaver of New- Va. visiting their :son, James, deeds of kindness cannot be Triple Dresser, Chest, Bookcase Bed :- White
port, N. C. Ia visiting her aboard the SS Forrestal. expressed. Mrs. Lonnie SPE $
brother-lnrlaw and sister, Mr. James is a quartermaster in Futch.A cJAL395 Regular
****- .. 40ML J and Mrs. W. T. Jackson for I the Navigation Division, and $$12995

.& several weeks. took his family on a tour of $149.95 ONLY
Special VSUllTSalues Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Glenn inspection aboard the Forrest. Classified! Ad hi the TELE-I ,

JfoL j I attended the, funeral of her : aU The,,Forrestal will leave in
I brother-in-law, E. ,B. Horne i June for nine months tour of GRAPH bring result. 1 ONLY 3 PC. OAK FINISH

in Griffin. Ga. on Wednesday. duty in VletnFORESTRY 2 Only Harvest Dining Tables BEDROOM SUITE
I TilE BRADFORD
Merle Grider of Fernandloa

SWllM !I Beach is visiting his parents, I COUNTY TELEGRAPH Maple Finish High Pressure Plastic Tops Double Dresser, Chest, Bed
L Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider, SERVICE I Published every Thursday 22x60 Extends to 42,60 ,
FIRE REPORT I'
I this week. I at 138 W. Call St., R egu
I :Mr. and Mrs M. N. Herlongand Only one fire with 18 acres Starke, Fla. 32091 Regular $$9 9 5
$ family of Jacksonville I 'I $$59.9 .7/'
99 and' burned was reported by the $119.95 NOW
: : Second class -
were Saturday evening supper postage paidat
Florida Forest Service in $74.95 NOW ... _
; & guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. I Starke, Fla.
Bradford the I
upThere's I County during
: Herlong.Mr. Subscription Rates:
: past week. Since January 1
;, I and IDS: Tom Martin of
,there have been 75 fires with In trade area: $' .00 per BUFFET & HUTCH OAK
nothing tike selecting your swImsuIt early Thomas Gainesvfle.and Webb of Mr.Jacksonvillewere and Mrs. 732 acres burned, as comparedwith year; $2.29 six months. POLE LAMPS

when selections are most complete. You'll find I 62 fires and 404.4 acres Regular .
afternoon visitorsof
them here In the most figure-flattering styles, new.eat Mr.Sunday and Mrs. Dave Paulk. burned during the same period Outside trade area: $4.SO OUTs199'95 WHITE -
last year.Rainfall. per year; $2.80 six months.E. .
colon and newest fabrics. One and two-piece I I :Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay In. the county averaged $229.95 CLOSE TAN ORBLACtf $4 95

styles, maillots, pleated skirts blousons, basic returned, Monday after Mr. I only.19 inch during the L. Matthews, editor and POLES _

sheaths and tank svtts.! Skinny or ottoman ribs, Gay spent a week in the Osch- week ending Monday. I publisher 1 Only 90" Early American Sofa -
ner Clinic In New Orleans, La.
gingham checks; prints, embroideries. Exciting or.
They also spent a week wlt.lt'relativee
ange, lima green and the newest bright, pretty In. Texas and Louis Print Cover Foam Cushions Arm Caps '

pastel combinations. In nylon, cotton and other iana. 1 Only La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker

fashion fabrics. Misses sizes 3038.EARPS. Mrs. J. M. Vickers of Brunswick I Open Friday and Saturday Regular' ..9 5
.
Go. was a weekend guest'' $149' Regular
of Dr. and Mra. H..H. Adams. Until JO P.M. $199.95 CLOSE OUT CLOSEOUTs149'$ o oBORDER

Her daughter, Jean, spent the' i96ioo: .
weekend with Joyce Denmark. NOW YOU, -
Mrs. J. H. DuPre was visiting iCOL
her son-in-law and daughter ; 9x12 LINOLEUM RUGS

;Mr.} and Mrs. B. G. Mc- CAN ENJOY \ ( I
Intyre, in Jacksonville last I $ Regular
'Tuesday and Wednesday. I SANDERS
$4.95
I i Mrs. George T. Bolden and I RECIPE "'" DOOR 'IJ-O $6.95 NOW
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:Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bolden

of Hunt VUle, Ala. were week, MAT S
I end guests of Mr. and Mrs: Kentucky S

Charlie Cowen. I _. _, See Us For_Your .
MEN'S PERM PRESS REG. $4.99 I Mr. and Mrs. ]Edward Davis I'I'I '
I and daughter of Gainesville Fried WALL TO WALL, CARPETOR

TROUSERS Sale $$4-22 i were Sunday visitors of Mr. 1 Only Early American Sofa
iand :Mrs. R. O. Dansby. I II

Mrs. Peter Wilkinson will, 3 Loose Foam Cushions =; Print Cover
I undergo surgery Thursday in Chicken ROOM SIZE'RUGS

BOY'S PERM PRESS REG. $2.49 the Gainesville! Medeal Center.I J Regular ,
I :Mr and Mrs.' L. C. Adams $$125-00 Visit our Carpet

SHORTS Sale $2.00Boy's were visiting relatives and I "1 is Finger Lickin' Good" $159.95 NOW WE- RECEIVE DIRECT SHIPMENTS Shop
; friends,In Daytona Beach over NO
DISTRIBUTOR
the weekend. i iMnl. _g CHARGES(
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SHRIMP AND FISH''
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i Ruth Reynolds Is a I

patient in Alachua General IT'S FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

Jr. SHORT SETS Hospital. | PHONE AHEAD 961-5126

i Mr. and Mrs. Car! White YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY

... Reg. SALE, i weekend and family visitor of Miami of Mr. were and I EAT IN OR TAKE OUT .;;:. DENtl4RK FURNITURE COIIPANY

i Mrs. Robbie Shaller.
.1 1601 N. Temple] Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.
$$1.19, $$1.00 /

A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH R. BRASWELL. Owner-Manager, \ 431 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-5827
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lllC.lDFOItU I COUNTY TKLKOItAf:: STARKW, FLORIDA' PAOF! THREE'
THURSDAY APRIL 20. 1907 __ ___ -- _- --


I II J Mary Elaine Colson I I DKG Initiates I School Board tlon and answer period.


i iI Weds Robert SmithIn Nine New MembersNine Meets With PTA ,, The and main clarification topics for were discussion the,


Wt9h1 Christian ChurchMiss teachers were Initiated For DiscussionThe much publicized Items such
e
as the senior placement tests;
Into A IphlNu, Chapter of
i freedom ot choice the new
Mary Elaine Colson, Bradford County School
Delta Kappa Gamma in cere-
I rrpy J JK daughter of Mrs. Clyde W ] monies at the Starke Woman's Boardmet with the high building program; viewpoint
and Robert school PTA Tuesday night In''I on social activities for the
I GLADYS MOOTY i Colson of Starke Club 14.
I on Friday Apr.
, Phone 961-7603 Earl Smith, son of Mrs. KirbY ..-eri I I. the school cafeteria for a discussion coming year; proposed merger
I Three local. teachers, Marilyn of Bradford and Union
i Smith of Hawthorne, repeated I I of school problems. j counties
, nuptial vow'! on Saturday. Roberts, Helen Johns, and'' Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. presIded | and Its effect on the.

I -- Margaret Colson April 8, at 7 p.m. In the First Lucille Payne, were among over the meeting and school program; dual system;

j Ij : Christian Church with Charles I I those Initiated. Father Edward Kirby gave! the I and the attendance problem

;. LaRue WilliamsTo E Reese, pastor, performing t Following the ceremony, Mrs. devotion. Seated on the panel j'' It was moved and passed ta

.' I Wed FridayMiss the ceremony. Muriel Norman, parliamentarian were A. N. ..HolHduy, Seebor) ,table the evaluation. program'

(Decorating ,the altar were and past president of the Goodman, and Tom Casey with j until next school year

! I Margaret Colson and two pedestal baskets of mumi I local chapter, traced the his- Connie Clark, principal, and I! The nomination and installation
LaRue Williams will repeat tory of Alpha Nu back to Its
and rosebuds agalnet a back- I of officers will be
new
Jim Temple Junior High principal .
founders. The society through
I ,
I' : II nuptial vows Friday evening I of fern trees and
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ground
Apr. 21, at 8 p.m. in the First with I local, state, and ,International taking part in the ques-1 i held at the May 16 meeting.

Baptist Church, with a reception -' branched white candelabra I I 1o.1 ..,. :_ ..- -, ._. 1 research, and through scholar I' \
,,1 1 I burning tapers. and in aid has
ships ,
Immediately following In -- -- -- grants
ly Mrs. John Arthur Reddish i Mae Charlene Davis
the Starke Woman's Club. All Newly Installed officer. of the Bradford County hospital aided women teachers t con
:1
: friends and relatives of the Auxiliary (from left) Mr Loyree Coroutine, president, ; Mrs." music played and traditional accompanied wedding Gerald! To Wed Mr. MeresMr. tinue their education and be How Much .r
better informed on political,
attend.
invited to -
couple are Edward Hall, flrttt vice president; Mrs- M.V.. Crawler cor- 'l 1
Williams, soloist, who sang, .
social and economic Issues affecting
and. Mrs. Oscar Dnvl;
'.1 been Several given lovely for parties Miss Colson have responding, seonr-lary; Mrs.' George W. Brown, treasurer; and Love You Truly"" and "Wed- of Starke announce the en- education. Will Go Up :.f >

On :Mrs. Vernon Smuckrr, prrnldent-rlect. ding Prayer. gagement and approaching During the business session,
week.
"II during the past
Wednesday evening of last Bernard Smith served his marriage of their daughter, members were given final Information In SmoketNY( _

week Misses Kay Garbett, New Officers Are Installed brother as best man, and the Mae Charline, to Irving about the state convention -

Wanda Williams, Joyce Conk- NightThe ushers were Lynwood Col..nand Thompson Meres of New York. which will be held In have been worth :-
I lin and Joann Carter enter- By" Hospital. Auxiliary. Monday- Jimmy Douglas, nephews; Miss Davis was a student at Fort Lauderdale, April 2123. 10 :years ago; your house may

of the bride, and Robbie Bradford High School. Alpha Nus who will attend $13,000--today it may be worth $18,000! What
tained at a bridal shower at Bradford County Hos- secretary; and Mrs. M. W. ::.
for Smith and Kirby Bourgeois, Mr. Meres graduated. from and participate In the program about your fire insurance? Check rates how for .
I IMr the home of the former held Its Installation Cressler, corresponding secre- -
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Jones-Goolsby Miss Colson. Arrangements of pital Auxiliary for nephews of the groom. Mlnlslnk Valley Central School Include the chapter president, fire insurance! that measures!! up to today's value of ,

used in meeting for officers tary. Mrs. M. K. Boynton of and Is now In the U.S. Navy. Mrs Lucille McLendon; Dr. home. Check with Nationwide--the company ..
spring flowers were at the St. Silver pins which represent your
and Mrs. Merrill Jones the coming year Gainesville attended her sisteras The wedding will take place Mary Zellner, District 2 director :
the party rooms for the occa- Mark's Parish House Monday 100 accumulated hours were with new ideas for a new era.
announce the engagement of matron of honor In a street in the Church of God In ; Kuthryn Epperson, Nu -

, their daughter, Janice, to sion.The refreshment table was nJght with Mrs. Loyree Coco- Mrs.presented M. to F. the Hazen following, awards by length, two-piece pastel green Stnrke on May 28 at 5 p.m. state chairman. of personal& ...

I Franklin Goolsby, son of Mr. mise presiding. dress of Bengalene falle with All friends and relatives are growth and services; and Mrs.
covered with white cutwork from the chairman: Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., -
a Annual reports .
and Mrs. P. F. Goolsby, all of matching headpiece.. She carried Invited to attend. Muriel Norman, who has been
centered with an arrangement chairmenwere Mrs. Louise Kite, and, Mrs.
cloth and various committee
of sweetheart invited to convention :
Stark a nosegay serve as
of pink roses. Miss heard. Mrs. Vernon Cula Coran. I BILL POWELL\
Wedding will be announced roses., photographer.
plans 100 Miss Linda Crews -
Williams and Miss Conklin Smucker reported on the re- Gold pins representing !a
bride escorted her Bradford members
The
I by County
at date.I
abater bowl. or more hours In one year; ; PIIONK 961-0161 :.
presided at the punch cent conference held at the
I brother, Thomas F. Colson Is ComplimentedAt served as hosts for the InItia-
Several! games with prizes Ponce de Leon Hotel In St. Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. L. N. wore a street length white Imported tion ceremony and had decor- :
Is Mrs. Nate Dyle, and Parties 401 West Madison Street
"I Missions Topic Pickering Lovely
were played by the 20 Invited Augustine- linen gown with em- ated the club rooms with at- -

At WMS Meetings guests between the hours 7:30: Mrs. M. W. Cressler and 'Mrs, H. D. Penoyer. pire waist and A-line skirt. tractive spring flowers. They Starke Florida .;;
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I I Gold pins with gold awards Miss Linda Crews, whose
W. KincaId presenteda -
and 9:30: o'clock. Mrs. J. The fitted bodice featured a I served refreshments to the 31 ..

t Home and Foreign Mission The hostesses presented the skit on Hospital Auxiliary representing additional hours: round neckline In front and I marriage to James Smith members who gathered to hon- ..
Mrs. W. A. Stern Mrs. Sue will be an event of Saturday,, .
:Mrs.
ethics. RudolphSink
electric iron Volunteer
Wprk of the Brazilian Baptist honoree with an V-neck In ''back with four linen or the Initiates.
Mrs. Ethel Devine and Miles, Mrs. A. R. Norman, I Apr. 22 at 4 pm, in the first 4It
of the
Convention was the program as a rememberance oc- bows In back. The lattice o
In- Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. L. 0 Methodist Church, was honored -
topic at meetings of the First casion. Mrs. Elouise Dugger were sleeves terminated at the elbow I Recent BirthsSgt.
troduced as new members. Hazen Mrs. A. E. McKinney at several delightful parties M
WMS Her ornaments were
Tuesday -
on
Baptist were guests at Sr., Mrs. George Brown, Mrs.J. In the past; week.. and Mrs. Audy Hlnunn
L. G. Candystrlpers and necklace, a
Apr. Jl.Helen The home of Mr. pearl earrings
W. Kincaid Mrs. H. C. of the
The Pecan Room Jr. of Fort Bennlng-, Columbus,
Masters> Circle met at Powell was the setting, for a the meeting. gift of the groom. A matchinghalo
Mrs.
RItch Mrs. D. M. Pater, Garden Restaurant the v
was Ga. announce the birth of
Klncald installing a
Mrs. as
the church at 9:30: a.m. with miscellaneous shower on Fri- Cocomlse In her hair held in placea
the by Mrs. Miss officer, with the help of Mrs. Walla Lipsey Mrs Loyree length veil of illusion. setting for a lovely luncheonon son, Timothy Shane, on April
presented afternoon honoring nose
program day
Mrs. J. D. Mrs. for Miss!
Edmondson presented Doyle, Saturday given 17 in Alachua General Hospital.
R. E. ,
of white
M. B. Jordan. Colson. Hostessea with Mrs. She carried a nosegay
M F. Hazen, Mrs. Peggy Shal- Crews by Mrs. George Hug- Maternal.
of flowers symbolizing grandparents
Brownlee Circle met at the Powell'were Mrs. George And- bouquets sweetheart roses. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company *Nallonwde, Mutual. fire 1 Insurance Company.atmawde
ler, Mrs. M. W. Cressler, Mrs. gins, Mrs. Robert Green, and are Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Dennis .
each office to ,
of
home of Mrs. Hazel RItch, erson, Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs.J. the duties Mrs. Colaon chose for herdaughter's Lila, Insurance Company home officti Columbus, Ohm'
i ..
Mrs.
the officers: Mrs. R. E. Edmondson, George Mrs. E. L. Matthews.. Center- I of Starke. .
where the hostess presentedthe A. Griffin, Mrs. Arlen Mc- following wedding a blue -
Mathews
Anderson Mrs. Qarl table
Mrs. Ed- Ing the T-staped was an
In the form of Cocomlse, president; brocade two-piece dress com- -
Carl Mathews
topic a quiz Knight, Mrs. Mrs. Bert McManes, Mrs. P. G. arrangement of multicolored
each member ward Hall, first vice-president; with a cymbidium
with participating. and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Vascoe V. plemented
Miss Lillian Stump, second Feloe, and Mrs. orchid. snapdragons and Queen Elizabeth n
Roses were used in decorating Vernon'! Hazen. roses. Extending down
Lottie Moon Circle met at the vice-president; Mrs. Mm. Smith, mother of the s
the party rooms for Mrs. The social hour was In the length of the table was a
the church at 7:30: p.m. for Smucker, president-elect; groom, was attired In a beige
occasion. George W. Brown, treasurer;! charge of Mrs Titus Olson and garland of ivy interspersed
brocade dress with which she
I' the Mrs.
program presented by I ; AJi1LL1Pr
Bobby Taylor. Mrs. Griffin greeted guestsat Mrs. D. M. Pater, recording! her committee. wore a. and 'presentedthem
I L the door seating arrangement for the
Ida Darby Circle met with I A reception was held In the
to the receiving line 14 guests were bridal place
Mrs George Flynn, Sr., where composed Mrs. Powell Mrs.R. bowl. fry Wednesday night honoring church Fellowship Hall. Thebride's cards attached to tulle rice 1 i
I Ilofrs.
table was covered witha
I Mrs. Paul Raymond presented A. Colson, the honoree Mrs. Miss Colson and LaRue Wil- bags ,tied with narrow pink
Missions. Beard invited guests white damask cloth and cen- a
I .the program on. African F. F. Flume, grandmother of liams at the home of Mrs. ribbon and tiny wedding bells.
.- into the Florida room where tered with a three-tiered wed-
the bride-to-be, and Mrs. Coy Vergle Barksdale on Hampton Guests included the honoree, .
served the were on display. cake topped with a minIature .e
Refreshments were gifts ding 1
Stephenson, grandmother of Lake. her attendants, a few Intimate
by:'the circle: hostesses The hostesses presented the bride and groom. At 0 ,
t the bridegroom-to-be. The receiving A rustic theme was car- friends, and the mothers and 1
the base of the cake was a
line stood before the bride-elect with the vegetable ried out on the patio where grandmothers of the bridetobe -

Sub' Debs Plan fireplace where the mantel dish to her cho en china pattern the guests dined on tables cov- garland of yellow roses. Three und groom-to-be, Mrs. C.

held an arrangement of sweetheart as a memento of the oc- ered with red checked cloths. silver candelabra with burning W. Crews of Kingsley Lake,
Days white flanked the centerpiece -
'Slave Even roses. casion. I centered with elngle.<:andle in tapers. Mrs Graham Crews, Mrs. Foster -

... r The tea table was covered Eighty guests were invitedto decorated bottles. Shi Smith, and Mrs. Walla
At a recent meeting in the with a hand embroidered.Jace call between the hours 3:30: Guests included IS young I The punch tables were LIpsey.

Recreation epartment, the I and linen cloth and centered and. S o'clock. I couples and Mr. and Mrs. R. ; covered with white damask The hostesses presented the
Sub Debs .iada plans to raise cloths and centered with crystal ) t
with a long arrangement of I A. Colson, parents of the honoree with a silver compoteas
money with a "Slave Day." I white gladioli, peach colored On mgnt Miss Suz- bride-to-be. punch bowls encircled with a memento of the occasion. I
Monday
I fern and white mums. Presid-
Tickets will be sold with mem-
roses and centered by pale yellow anne Judd entertained: at a Assisting! In serving were
at the bowls
were
bars of club offering a ing punch
hybrid amaryllla lilies. shower for Miss Col Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and
lingerie
day, of "free labor" to the win- Mrs. E. R. Hammond, Mrs.
nra. I Flanking the arrangementwere son at her home on Lafayette Mrs. Betty Register. Thomas F. Colson, Mrs. W. P. The Kingsley Lake Baptist
crystal candle* holders The honor guests were pre- ..
II Street.A Bourgrols, and Mrs. C. W. WMS gave a miscellaneous
-i I I with white tapers. Mrs. pink and white color sented with a piece of their Colson Mrs. Shi Smith and shower for Miss Crews at the

A Classified Ad in the TELEGRAPH :- Mathews and Mrs. Anderson scheme was used In the party chosen china pattern from the Mrs. Fred Jenkins cut the' home of Mrs. Bernard Jacob-

brine* results.. ,presided at the crystal punch decorations with arrangementsof hostesses as a memento of the bride's cake and were assistedIn ; sen on Road 19 on Monday

roses predominating. Roses occasion. serving by the ladles of the night.

j were also used around the First Christian Church. Mian I The serving table was centered ; -

punch bowl on the refreshmenttable. Linda Colson kept the brides with an arrangement of

Open House Held book. red and pink roses. and won

Miss Judd presented the flanked by silver candelabraentwined 1 a ww.w
Honoring TwoBrideselect After a short wedding trip
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IT CONTRACTPAINTING honoree with a gift of lingerie Mr. and Mrs. Smith are residing with fern and hold-

as a memento of the occasion. at 1311 W. Buttler road in Ing pink candles. Mrs. Leon- .

Twenty-five .guests were in- Starke. ard Moore presided at the

vited to attend ''between the The home of Mrs. Freeman punch ''bowl.Flttyflve.

hour 7:30: and 9 o'clock. Register Sr. on N. Walnut guests were Invited -
Two Attend TB As Low As
Mrs.! Millard Judd assisted Street was the setting for an to attend this delightful

her daughter in serving. open house last Saturday night affair

No Job Too Large honoring Miss Margaret Col- District MeetingMrs.

The Girls Sunday School son and Miss Linda Crews, Stork Shower

No Job Too Small Class of the young people'sdepartm"nt brides-elect. Hostesses with John Haney and Mrs.

", of the First Bap- Mis. Rdglster were her granddaughters Nate Dyal attended the annual! For Mrs. SandersAt

tist Church gave a kitchen Betty Ann and' meeting and dinner of the Tuberculosis 18

shower Tuesday night for Miss Sandra Register, and Carol t) and Respiratory. McGriff HomeMrs.

STANLEY LYONSP. Colson at the home of their Searing. Disease Association of North

t.eacherrs.. H. M. HatcherJr. Miss Betty Ann Register east Florida. In the Regency Curtis Sanders was

.. on E. Call Street. s greeted guests at the door, Room of the Mayflower HotelIn honored at a lovely stork I

O. BOX 31 The 12 girls of the class and standing In the receivingline Jacksonville on Wednesday shower Saturday night, April

enjoyed, games with prizes, were Mrs. Register, Miss evening of last week. 8, given by Mrs. L. H. Jen- Beautiful

MACCLENNY FLORIDA and refreshments during the Colson, Miss Crews and thel Mrs. Eldon Klmmons, with nings of Starke and Mrs. Contemporary style Per l Month

party hours. mothers, Mrs. R. A.. Colson, Mrs. Haney and Mrs. Dyal, Robert Wilson of Mlddleburg. ,

Among the guests were Mrs. Mrs. C. W. Crews, and 'Mrs. were reelected Bradford Coun- The party was held at the Cabinet features

Call Collect for. R. A. Colson, mother .of the Foster Shi Smith. ty Trustees and members of home of Mrs. G. J. McGrlft gracefully rail and tapered carved legs.base In

honoree and Mrs. F. F. Flume, Miss Searing invited the the Association Board. Jr. which was attractively dec- genuine oll-flnlihod

Any Information259.3084.MaccJenny grandmother of the honoree, guests into the dining room Joseph Bergen, program coordinator orated with arrangements of r Walnut veneers and
of the National. Cen- spring flowers. Over the '
and Mrs. Charles Darby, superintendent where the refreshment table select hardwood solids
ter for Air Pollution, ControlIn hearth was a unique driftwood
of the department. was covered with a white The Shelby, ,
madeira, cloth, centered. withan Washington, D. C., was the arrangement. with a stork nest Model X4214W.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- arrangement of red roses main speaker. I of tulle In the branches, and

1- dale and daughter Bobble Sue, and balanced by silver candleholders a. tall stork standing beside it.

entertained at a hamburger with green tapers.. CandystripersElect The refreshment table was

Mrs. H. A. Alexander of Jack- covered with an orchid linen No Down

: sonville and Mrs. W. M. Aginof Officers cloth and centered with an arrangement Money
f.
Baldwin presided at the I of pink rosebuds
flanked by silver Candelabra
punch bowl. Assisting In serving The regular monthljf meet-
were Mrs. C. .T. Wade and holding pink tapers' Nut cup
Ing of the Candystripers was
: Mrs. E. B. Searing. ; favors In the shape of baby WITH ACCKITAIILE TUDE.JSBuv
held Tuesday, Apr. 11' In the
tasteefrcezSTRflUIBERRV filled with candles
The honorees were presented dIning room of the Bradford diapers
c> were given to the guests.
with corsages and pieces of County Hospital. I
Two contests were played
their' chosen. china pattern as The following officers were
,
.: a memento of the .occasion named for the new year: during the evening and prizes Cunr TV
from their hostesses. j were awarded to the winners.
President,' Wanda Prevatt;
Sixty-eight guests were invited -
1 Guests were invited to call Vice Presldel.t, Sandra Hug- ,
to this affair
delightful
between the hours 7:30: and fins;.. .S e ere tary-Treasurer, :
Including the faculty of the
9:30: o'clock. Claudett. Peterson.
1 u i Mlddleburg 1 Elementary tichool,
: Use of the profits from the I I who presented the honoree '

SUNDAErrSpociq :; I Recent Birth sale of cake, cookies, and with a baby wardrobe, and EASIES'll T 11ERtIS ;
: f ON
":fr -J I candy in the fair booth was Mrs. Aubrey Dunscrumb. Mrs.

: ,, t ,,: -' -- / of the week/ : "1 I 'Bradford County Hospital ,'discussed, and a swimming Alice Garwood, Mrs. R. C. -t Ji
_, ; :, I announces the following party was planned for May 27. West and MU Prisvllla West

t.' .. ,,. 't ...... ,. .i :(. births: of Gainesville I

Stop At The Sign Beta Sigma Phi Assisting In serving were We Do Our Own Financing
Like Strawberries. Then You'U Love the Red, Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis Walter of Jacksonville
Of Wholesome Mrs. Jennings -
Cook Sr., Lak. Geneva, a son, Beta Sigma Phi sorority will

Hospitality* Ripe Berries that top our Strawberry Sundaei. Jeffrey Alan, April IS. meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Apr. and Mrs. Grace Long
of Tallahassee.

r'i. ;- : As Pure and Fresh! as 'they are Good Mr. 'and Mrs. Donald] Elam: 24, in ,the ,Public Library to Winkler Electric Inc.

t : I,if. '.' L Gliseon, Keystone Heights, a discuss plans for a book sale I
to be sponsored *y the sororityIn
Donald Elam Gllsnon Jr.,
\ son, Adjustable Vinyl: Book
May. Election cf officers
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afa< U.S.,30.1 NORTH April 11. __ will also bs held at this meet- Cavers. All sixes 30 cents es '
4 it The Telegraoh. 231( N. Temple Avenue ''Phone 961.7596)
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Big Rebuilding. Job Set Paul McLeod's ,1-Hitter Steel Plant

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Spring Drills Begin Monday For Gridders ,Stops St. Augustine* 5-1 Work BegunConstruction ,


i has beirun on
JL '-,..- -- : UL -
and Mayton action on the varsity as aback ford. Steve Crawford, Robbie I a $500,000 steel fabrlratiiiK*
Spring football p lee will straight state championships halfback Andy next fall. His spring performance Smith Charles Smith Allan Hurling a one.hitter In his j' in the third inning and three scored one run. Dale Crosoy plant for Owen Steel Co. of

begirt' Mo'ndny when Brnrtl'ord| !but the graduation of 14 outstanding : a strong tackle! and middlo.l will dictate wriefe Green, Ronnie Griggs, Uonnle, top performance of the season, times In. the fifth. Tom Tally I I I walked!., and scored on nn error I Florida at the eastern end of
High s 1067 grid H McLeod
he will best fit In, Burse says. fcllcler!: Ralph Morgan, and j Paul :, thfr'newly paved Lincoln!
pads for the first time as 1unt a, nucelus of those great teams. Biggest,:: problem St. single In third and Erwin BHS ,
i tally.
Tornadoes B-l over Bryan -
ford'
stflff Is I Lettermon John Warren,sxtd< ,Stanley Cay and freshman i .in south Starke.
the Tornado coaching '
I
be
wlh I
t. I "Overall, we not as !
walked. in the
his Bolles scored
have In the tho rebuilding of the stellar|, J. Roy Chasteen will plugholes I Jim. Shuford. I Augustine Tuesday as one I' The company is scheduledto
coaches. will look) strong as we 'backed him with second on a walk and a flelder's -
Tornado : front wall that carried BHS, In the backfield too. I "Yes sir. was Griffith's: teammates Then Catcher Wilbur Waters., into production Of1' steel
Head CoohDavid! go
long and hard at'all: 'prospects't post, I backfield when usked ifinexperience 11 hits. j who had : choice but freshman nurler -
Hurse It. "We will have I to Its 23-0-1 record over the I Battling for posts prompt reply a S.furday. at the joists by July 1, Frank Owen
In a search for tiew talent to| puts will be Buddy Trawlck win be the biggest The Jackets tallied In the plate doubled and Tally scor Mark Uritudon held them, ,
who too
two Mayton, bf the 'urrtp y.
club with only past seasons. Jr.i, president
youngball
bohstir! a squad which will two a senior starters from matyear's I became a regular aa a sophomore Dennis Hall. and Gene Melvin. problem. He made it clear first when an error a passed !, ed. Center fielder Sandy Sand- in check when :Bolles got two announced. here Feb. 22. Tlr-

boast only seven lettermen and championship club to two ;year ago Is the But up front :'ayton and I that a big search will go on ball and their lone safety put erson followed with a singleto >singles: and a triple for two est Construction Co. t-t K y-
:just three regular alal.tersfrom I starting letterman end Plen Gnann will I for these all-Important boys up) one run acrol'8. But McLeodcut score Waters. runs/ to lead 3-2. Three more I has the 'con
the 1968 Ciasa A state help provide the leadership only member of the : to hits In, the seventh a dKiible Stole Heights
lino left. Gone via graduationare 'toe joined by a host of new front. Mayton/ Is the only man| them off then feolng on Leading 2-1 the Tornadoes tract for foundation "Irk for
champion team. Over the past; necessary for a winning sea such stellar performers as namea. The list realed off by *who can feel anywhere near fan five and retire the last I added three' more in the fifth I and two.singles got them tw6 t the plant, a 70 by 250-Wot! :

two seasons! the Tornadoes': son." The couch referred to Leaton and I II Line Coach Tony Griffin Includes certain he'll be in the starting six batters us: he hurled his ) on four straight hits capped more fnl..a, 3-2 edge. <'J',
guards Morgan Storage area.
two standouts Paul McLeod aI sophomores Allan CrawLed Hue next year.Noegcl Second victory of the season. !: by Wayne McLeod's double Nt. AllgUHtin. << Ronnie
home Chilson. tackles
have brought I Roger I I will employ about
The plant
I It was the Tornadoes fourth I which scored two runs. Erwin TB R H
Tomlinson and Jim Goodwin '
40 1n its first' yeaeof
workers
win agaInst eight losses. and Waters singled and Erwin 2 2 1
II centers Eddie Stand and) end and I Silcox Last Friday the Tornadoesfell erson drove In Erwin Sand-j Water. 4. 1 3S&nderson operation: but that IS eirpected -
Wayne Blankenshlp By Downs '
STRAWBERRIES Larry Brown Joey Reese, and 5-2 to Bolles after leading; third straight/ single. 4 1 2 to double or triple' Inffve"
2-1 until the sixth inning. Leod's double then scored' W. ilrl..od 3 I) 2! to 10 years. .1
Sandy Sanderson. I Garden In But Coach Chuck Masons Waters and Sanderson.The P. .McLeod 3 0 1 The plant, on an eight-
backfield
Gone from the are
standout Golfers Finish nine were In fine form Fridayas Tornadoes maintaineda Crosby 2 0 O( acre sltei adjacent to the mainline

You Pick Them McLeod who quarterback developed1'Wayne into a Extra InningIn they won over St. AUgUS- 2-1 lead for 5% innings Jones 3 0 1 of the Seaboard Airline
tine for the second time this, Bolles. Three straight singles Williams 3 0 0 Railroad will bays A structural -
fine performer In just one season -
of Varsity competition, 12th In GroupTornado last Thursday night's season. by Erwin, Waters, and Wayne Tally 3 1 1 steel frame' and iOt'l'ugated -
The Tornadoes scored twice McLeod in the first inning totals 27 metal Siding and roof.
25C PER QUARTBring speedy halfback. David Shan league action Noegel's Auto 3 11

non, and tough little Randy defeated Garden Restaurant 9-
Joyn r, who was a keystone golfers finished 8 in 8 innings to remain un- Wm. G. Varnes

Your Own Container on offense as the running back 12th In a field of 17 teams defeated in their first two FINE LEVEL BAPTIST Aliens' Kent Tavern. $18.71AziilPH :2:1.43!: Jury Albert H.: J., Martin Meruer., Jr. a.38 I.SO Given Research

and got the tough yardage, : In the Group n Tournament games and handed Garden Sunday School lo a. mMorning Hinlcoc-k A oilati' Store 102.01: II,. M. Mott 24.USl.ouliie .
I last Thursday, April 13 In Haywnod Llurton I 85 K, NttWinanv, In Texas
and on defense at corner back their first loss. Billy Sanford Worship 11 .1.3SfJthnia Post
16 a. 0
Slarke On State Road llellft CTarngre 4 93: .
Of .
) East J.
2 Miles\ I : .Nurmun' 1X40lj :
Pinewood
most Jacksonville at the led the .
a important post. and Wayne Harper Pre-Servloes Booster Bants ,Ulna Light i.KSUrudfurd II Outlaw 1:1.40:
FARM But the backfield next year Oolf and Country, Club. Noegel attack going 3 to 4 at Young People and Pray I Septic Tank & tlaulIntr Kdward: Ij. Overtoil 11.01 William Grady Varnes son
WAINWRIGHT :
,J.,.R.: will be titan led Co. 411,83 W K. Uw..n*. 1.85ArtituC of Mrs. Ruby R. Oaynoe of
more experienced
David Silcox recorded a 38- I the plate. Jack Hazen Service! !, I p. tu. Evening! James 'H. llreeden 8.01 Tl. 1'ntray S.MH
the line. Right now Coach 39 for 77, five over par to Oarden .with 3 for 4 and Donald Worship 7 p. nt. Midweek Arthur U Uronky 1.88 AT.. Paul, 15.71 Ocala. was "recently appointed -
Hurse says it appears that lead the Tornadoes. Bill I Falcon had a home run Service, Wednesday, VSO: p )Kmory:,. U IJruwn. :3.3' Phillip''' 'UV'( Hervlvv Htatlun I 13.11:1Plneliumt : Deputy Director of Socio-
Sahi. Drown 4.93
I Motur Court 17.25JI
". Bill Belote wno saw action Adams had an 85. Harry I for the-losers. m.--R.v. E>. L. Ramsey pas Uuilnlph I II. Bryan 107 T. Pollard 2.61 logy Research for the Stateof
A Case Record From AChiropractor's last year at running back. Hatcher 90. and Jim Oodwln In other action, Thursday tor. 1t..>"."r.1 Cappff 1.07 I*"',-r IrevHtt 31,13: Texas. He is presently
Milton l>. Carter ,69.85 I lUyonlor, Inc.. 13.11
back and quarterback of soclo-
corner serving
of as professor
01 for total team score ,
File a night, Register Oil bt'oke'lnto. K1wuri1; M. (Corn I l.flG Itrdl-.MIIl; Mfir. *. MHI...
will be the signal Caller for of 50 logy; at Lamont State College
343 an Improvement the win column by downing/ A Classified AIII the TElJt: Kllly Chamber 3.98 eO I" 03.07
the 196T eleven. Letterman strokes over the Tornadoes' Phlllll: I > Wayn Chance. ,U.5-1 Krnatit W. lleveln. Mr. R "II! in Beaumont' Texas.
with Pest Control 11-8.'Petit Con- GRAPH bring rertults.A Frank riinnrllrr 1.85 M. K.': RolHTtn' 2.111
An eight old girl a slated for the front
BlllO. Paul McLeod is
No. year graduated
Case Mr. Varnes
performance last ",..
year. trol outhlt the winners 16-12. ( .tnut Fun*rHI Home ir,71 Marvin Tliwler 2. 1Mm.
diagnosis of Bronchitis, loss of appetite, pallor, gen running back post. Jacksonvillewon could catch them ,"0 lit I': .01" I"I'UI i > UF.I.I City Inch & Meat: Mkt.. !\ SCMtlvt N. II. Itimler 4.14 Bradford High School Ir 1953
Lee High of but not quite
for about 3 months Both Belote and Paul Mc- ..i.'Jo.'r: ,,'cu.. ...... "'.::11"000.1.PliO. :' .. "Hervlue.' Station 1S.7I JtuymiHiil 1, 1,. I lluwell a.aR and received his Master's De-
eral weakness and chronic cough ; the Tournament with a in the run department.. ...:....\' .I'.I.s: (Colonial KlorlHt 8.4S Itay A. Snlnxar, 11.85
examination. Leod will man the very important 'Kilnnrd: K. Curliett 1.85 gre in Education from the
brought to a Chiropractor for ttam score of 293. Last year U Saw provl'lfil by Chapter Sn72, 1 99Thonian Jamen C. Haundem
was' .-cowverback elots, key Thursday April Actn of HMl, Notice IN hereby .1. Cnrbett 8.77n. Ailrlle M. $avnee ll.llll University of Florida in 1963.IMftVVAMCI .
The examination revealed a displaced vertebrae posts in the Tornadoes Palatka won the tourney witha Koegel's extending their undefeated given that tangible IHTMOIIHI I w. Davie :3.38 Houiie ,.ir. Wrong F'roDertyHeoorlty ,
between the shoulders blades and a slight misalignment very team score of 320 tut sev- record to 3-0 by walloping -' property taxes. anHHHHvd for th.i Merrrell DeeM MSluiyla'H Mtx. Invent. Corn. 8 ..8RNln".lr
effective defense. y.ir. URn nre now clHlmtunnt.iinrl Farm/ "Uupply" ai.lB I aiirv. Station 12.A3 ..
in the neck. Thru the skilled manipulation of "We feel that with these eral teams had that this year,. Register Oil 13-1: in 5 beirlnnlriarApril let such Horace. O. l>ynl 2. .8G Arnold, fj. Smith' 2.61 I M"" I FAMILY"
,
and weren't even in the running innings. Register managed 4 tuxes are drawing Intermt ..( .llonny rill, rei.., Jr. 9 4.30: Harold. U. Umlth 2.61
thus / /
these structures a correction was made removIng two experienced boys at these mio per rent per month ptu. the .larrell' day. 4.HS .Moulin-ril.. Oil I tt Clieinlclil. PROTECTOR 1
Mike Sexton
the nerve that was causing the abovementioned positions our defense will bevery Coach hits while} the winners were \proportionate caNt or publlHhlnff llutf Hervlc. MUtlon! :.18.71 Co., 780.34
pressure capable" Coach Hurse collecting 11. ''Robert Bowen, this) iiotlre.\ VnlMRH the tnnoiiniri. (lulf Service. Station 1S.71 jFtmt. by H. T. Thorn Truck i
Symplons. says.The ....t opiMHite uuch nail" ,., h..lo"r| tlaiulltnri'H. ., fi'ptlr" Tank i.'i.74 Stop 2.1.73: I|
Tornadoes finished 'Sapp 'Claude Hardee, .
the best of health ,Wayne puld' before the firm 1ny; of May' liM.iillmikcrBoa, J.n Stnrke Hiirrtware 1111 MERRITT
This little girl again enjoys says.Tex |
I Patrick, a 180pounderwho third among Florida Star and: Wayne Smith led the<< win- J1I6T., warrants will be i.Buil Clydo Ilervey ll.QO n. U Thnnmtr 1 I7.2S I.
and Is grateful for the benefit received from thereon dlrurtly 1 I levy theMilxure l\vnrd:! n. JarkHtm. ,. 8.8M Kltner: Thomaa 1.85.w. WILLIAMS
very saw some action aa a Conference teams competingin ners with'two'hits each. while of the: tunable upon*pi-rHotml KranoU. Jfnklns Florist :U.!* P. 'rho....... 7.54
let distressing symptoms.A sophomore in the latter partof Group II. They finished Tommx Bell!?had two for the property of the taxpayer, for helen M, John 2.01 Thonl Lawrence Station Todd 21.13 1.H5. 117 N* Walnut St.
last season, is ticketed for back of Bolles and Palatka losers. unpaid taxes, i..>nultl..B anil iiililltlunnl II. A. l.awnon :av.no John C. Ty, 7.24 ,

Public Service Feature of N. E. Florida the fullback job. Larry Mercer but ahead of Orange Park The second giune; of the: peraonaJ o4't. .The property name' of taxpayer "dellnqiient -- "Charlie'rII" K.II.Leech I..... 8.8M l.HO Thoron Unity Cafe\V1ilddon, Jr. .B.Theron ..ns I Phone '6I539tii

Chiropractors ;Association a junior who has never played end Lake City.1"lnlllhlng night saw Garden stay in the ancljthe amount of tax44 InijiiIing Kick -llOfXky, S.64 I>. Whlddon/ .Ir 2 61WhIsperInK resuI
the ceNt of .aclvertlHinirund M. (!. McMlllInn 2r.4l: '
I football, could see some their season with 'running by downing Pest Con- ; Pine Motel 7.24 rsrm'tfft CsinWjISTAtUSHIO ::!
the first tnonth'M penalty areas M. O. McMllllnn. U.B1 McCoy Jefferaon Whit 2.81 I State : teiarsnet
a e-9 won-lost mark. the trol 10-2. Townsend Strick: follows: J. M. MuNeal[ l.'HI: | iludla Wllllanm..' 1.85 .
: Tornadoes established the land. Hall Elder, and Clark ,

first winning season In the led the winners wUh.tIII'O hits

brief history of BHS golf. each and Al Waddell had three

Senior David Silcox hac for the losers.Standings 104Bodcocfeb SUMMER SPECIALS 1HJJ7/11itFit

L t the best season average. a t3 games] i Noe
41.3 in 10 match scores. Bill lI'e.3-0] ; Garden 2-1 Register '

& Adams, a sophomore had a 1-2; Pest Control. 0-3. / A
: 43.3 in 12 matches and senIor Schedule -: JOY
c4 : Thursday Apr. 20 .
t Jim Godwin had a 45 In Garden : ::..
Register. 'f:13j: ; Ntoe- ; ;! .
A '1'<.,'! :;.12 Chasteen,matches. Junior J. Roy gel vs Pest Control, 3:45.: ,,iiI1jIr. ,i1t.(, ,- Ji j

1, 'I'j and sophomore Tuesday, Apr. 25 Noegel Vs i \,
Mike Mitchell a 51 In two Garden 7:1S
: : Register vs Pest
.
: match scoree.Hatcher Control, 843.Trackmen: .
; : l led the team In
points with 6<,'a. Silcox; had

5. Adams 4%t. Godwin 4 and 7th

: ::5' Chasteen The Tornadoes'1. first golf I In Star-Banner

victory over Palatka and two '
II oiof ,
: t :. wins over Lake City were the ,With 23.pointsTornado 01 wf _

: highlights of the 1967 season.I r All ArwinJ C* Dnf In

rt trackmen scored 23 Any R m In Your Hem*

points for seventh place in the Your Ivy Any-1

Riding Club annual Ocala Star-Banner meet I TERMSWhSrS 4. Anytimolrtatlk
71i Sun Umbr.lki

;r Plans ShowIn last formance Friday that night fell In short a per of I Owor Nylon aihtna. pVI,4 29' t.W -i \\j' ''I\ r ril3'
'
Coach David Hurse's hopes."I'm" 36" Umbrella Table '... :. MOST
.
All WhHo tokod-Oft Ovtooor f i -
Lake ButlerThe not completely satisfied "- 14I. J .1:. AJjmll Up D.MI.lift lght i 4
with le'
our performance ) GLlbER Smooth,S. Silinl,Op.utie.
for
.. Hurse said, "This meet coming RICHMOND' CEDAR ICI CREAMFREEZERS 3 PIECE I GROUP

Union County RIding _ l in OKI, .5T
I up Friday will give us a good Perfect for Porch Palia or SUIT Rao*" (
Club will hold Its monthly indication of how'' we'll do In .. All Wood Tubs elS.n fam 01( |I" Welded Sto.l., El.clrorti.Ytltow 532" C k.n..ii.l. 1.Operute
Horse Show starting at 2:30p. : f e caly| fini.h.d. Group Includ.. '2
% ki :'p' the conference champion com e *..> '."..V.r Olidof Matching, Metal S3. DOWN There is A Si,. AvaIabi.,
m. Saturday, Apr. 22, at SOr $14 56QI
''i r ;' ,. t:: ing up in two weeks." $1 I9.eS e Whit Trim Rocker.Matching Moial Chair.. $1.79 A WEEK Ye 0. The Job l Your Horn
I IE ,., the new arena, one-half mile Places won by the Tornadoeswere ,., S 19'14"2Sp
; ; 'south of Lake Butler 'on I 01. .... $2.93 DOMINION. ELECTRIC PORCHROCKLR 1l--.4 10"1-Speed .
m
I State Road 121. Gnann: high 5th; hurdles 880-yd., relay Plen, SIDOWNOEUVIRSOftlux OSCILLATING FANS Old. "oihlonod C4mltirt//'[ :: ed .. 39"20"3Sp
*
i $1 fee entitle each rider ed 59
.A
BHS. 3rd; 440yd. dash :Mar 10" FAN (o..[.". I'
.
; to participate in all "," 00' Sh. $...,
.. ; ; games. shall Beam 4th; 880-yd. run .Electric II ':> llMI $ : .L 10% DOWN DELIVERS
: M. AA. S Slili s.., milick --T:=:
r There L, no charge for 1 16"
T spectators t William ,w'-
Scogglna, 4th mile
'i ; FREEZER I.... H .. DiKili, '
and the publls is In-' relay BHS. 3rd; discus throw. I boIu..s_._ _ ......,_... Cimlriiiliot' Wilt', .._ JI

1O vited.. I Andy Maytoit, 4th and Roger I ...:l.r5A=_?d.I.dnc 1 ,. ,16'..'";:00'FAN.'... ;nmol, .,,Woiihir. WIND MAKER 5 YEAR !
> Five classes will be held In Oth I ... IIiIIIuIFaJih. ,
Chilson and '
vault .
pole $ .
::: ;:. 2995 :: : : GUARANTEE PLAN
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f'
each event: ''Pre-teen. 12 years Bill Belote, 1eh.l.u.e 1-
1
and .under) Junior; 13 through Gnann 6th.Chilson I $1.DOWN ._:- I
19 (years: seniors 20 through L tossed the shot 45 I : 1 YP.. ....man G.nt.. $1.00 DOWN .

38 years: ladies over 19 yes: feet for hi*..tost effort of the .

i I and Jack Benny, men 39 year and Gary McRae;turned a ) J POWER MOWERS C 2 HOMKO
f years and over. a 4:44.2: mile his top performance -

.! .' ; ;: FIveribbons are awarded so far.Tomorrow. rm \ f* *z POWER MOWERS
I to the pre-teen anj: juniors In Friday April 21, YEASYNUNO1 VF S 1'118 Duality; Mower !' ,

) .-a,ih classed event and threeIn the Tornadoes will participate > \\ S .tlfcA/ HifExtra !

y4r nil other classes.' I in a five-way meet with Bolles Powerful 4-CycU Briggi-Stratton Engirt \ \ 'W r 3i.HP 4-CycI. \

Events' on I schedule are} Lake City. Orange Park, and 7, R.-Coil Starter ,t'" it.t-H" 1 .. ... Jriggt-Stralten Engin '.

I cloverleaf[ basketweave the Florida D & B at Belles in 2 1" D.luxo 4. \ .'1 ..- N 22"' Self Propelled
ii run end lead. flag nice!, and Jacksonville. 3.H" power Mower \
,, the personal 19" lA'"...., POWER MOWER
pickup.

!. Rotarians Hear >. i'.It...rvL\. \\ \ tWkool.Iwrr I.HI.. .3. =IW_=(-?-_......


t -' Hearing: Set Prison Official $ \ ",.""_, S699S M399J -

K site
In McDavid V $I.SOWit.
&'; r 1 s. Buforti :Mitchell personnel d5.DOWN$1.SOmK .' : SIS.DOWN ta.SOWflK.

Brooker SuitA officer of the Florida State BUY_ON riiuiu CARPET 22" HOMKO ROTARY MOWED

Prison spoke ,at the Rotary t .....k..iI.. 0 .CUT ur.5
hearing has been set for i Club stating '
I Wednesday that v tAsrTERMS M" Ridlnoi l-w-: .
: : April 26 at 10 a.m.'toy' Circuit I the old theory of imprisonment \4 MOWER / I
Judge George L. Patten on the of criminals purely for \\ $ ,
"diutaUi"" C. ;
: .so. tie.'
.
L 1 : suit brought by A. 11'. McDavid purposes of punishment has : _- ( ".. t *.i\t\ lleceill"::

against the Town of,Brooker.McDavM .I not ,proved in.the best Interest. 't 32"1URYSELF-PROPILtEDM WER O" :'ch.. .: 0ve..1_' ....,:

recently filed a petition of society. 8" Whool Full BaffU. i I .. -g.- '-1
In court here to hive a I The best method of dealing Solf-Lubricating Bearing $ I

42IS1 parcel of his land excluded with criminals the speaker Deluxe Throttle \ ) 09tS

from the corporate limIts of said. is in the field of prevention :

Brooker. The '40 acre tract' and treatment using 58995 t'I" "'O.DOWN
named Is near the south limits methoda of correction designed n..w.

of the town, and was annexed to make useful citizens of $10. DOWN .. .....- ; t t': -:) "
by' ordinance on :Feb. 9 1992.:! those A WEEK "" (:
who would otherwise be $:I.O :: ;:: _
In the petition, McDavid declare a constant: drain on society. .___ II't1. :
that no city services are President .. ..._ UJDOWN II
Rotary ClyieTerwlllegar ;
: -
available at ,his property, and, that .....
announced the .
and Loan
? Savings j that taxes were levied on it. In ,' Starke Club had los an at- ..
1966. He maL talns that thl.1 '
tendance contest to tha Lake

amounts without to taking just compensation. the property -- Butler the Club and would entertain ,W. S. :Badcock Furniture And Appliances Associate Store

Union Botar-
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE County:
.
'
.' Notice!! of the hearing was lana at anearly date. 12S S. Walnut St.nn.4ntM. J )>Phone ; -; *

.28N'.TealeAve. Phone 961-5000 sent to M. O. flan-ell mayor A CUtlrhHl Ail In the TFLK-: Herman Willis! Manager\ Bill Wilson Manager

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.......W"IiIT...:,!! _, ,.'--. ,.. ,I"iw SmithIs 1 I you are required to serve a I you for the relief demanosd. ..aIn
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.... r : '" {'i "; ...7rl Sidney\ copy of your written d.ren",1 the curoplalnt: or-petition. <>M
: .... ". ." ,.. I', .. .f, | If, any on James L. ', WITNESS my hand and seat
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'j .' ...;.), I >.f Hrruva'a' Carmichael. & Tr>mllnson ,.- 1 of said Court on this 17th day
ReleasedSUhey \vno e adireee fiv r*' t of April. A. D. 1967.
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' FI. and. file the ... OF THE SAID COURT. _,
Family Style rldah.. clerk of the ..14".1/ : M. Moody
-1 : Richard SrhlUi, sen atyled court on or bef"", / Deputy Clerk s--
: tenced in 1963 to 10 years for May, 1907 otherwise a Judgment 4/20 4t I-it
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Kids DayThe I I I I. New Library Standards LB. ,'4.:
: STEAK{ 19c' :

kiddies called the tone the Pratt Street Playground
1.25 CHILDREN $1.00 Monday BH the Starke Jaycees sponsored aKM I' Dr. P. G. Felon (left), Bradford County chairman of Notional ... .

UNDER 12 ]>uy" Fair. A popular ride WOK the flying saucer, above Library Week and Mayor Carl Hurst dlwuna pew LI- .
but they were securely fastened to the ground no \$! l : brtiry Standards for Florida with Mrn. Martha Minx; Starlte ,! Cube Steak lb. 89c :, ;

how hard the yotinKHters twisted the controls. librarian. In background In. one of the paintings on,displayat ( I
INCLUDES the public library here In a. "ltM'lal| | exhibit sponsored> by U. S. GOOD CHUCK :.

1 the Junior Woman, Club during library Week.

3 Meats 6 Vegetables CAP NEWS Civil Air Patrol Is to I I Roast or Steak lb. 59c :
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the education and tate of Ethel Handy White,
purposes I its members which will! deceased, Into of anld County er. at publlo sale. to the hhth.1
Delicious Hot Biscuits Two major reiter-I 1 ) ,to the Cn'inty Judge of Bradford -,'est and bunt ld ,
ated In the I that proper : County Jl'lurIlJa.1 his the front door t'rtIfJ'roJ I Fresh Ground Beef lb. 39c
by-laws of Civil' Air ...,Patrol and skills'are brought to office In the court house ofMid County Courthouse In Starke,. -
Tea or Coffee mlsslbrt accomplishment. County at Starke, FlorMa Florida between 11:00: a. m. i
are defined by public law. upon i ( within six calendar and 8:00: u. m., on Mnv t. Uti) ?.
I The first purpose Is to employ I Basic to such'understandings month from ,the time of the CIIARLKSI' A. DAnDY Clerk
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:) All Meat Stew lb. 69c
first
of Court
In the interest of aviation'sdevelopment and skills is! an publication thl noticePenh Heal -
We Feature Barbecued Ribs claim or. demand shall ben By. nreuu\it, w. MOODY, .
and the nation'sair derstanding of the nature writing mill BhalL state theplace M" ""< HAOdDAUM AND
the efforts. Civil Air Patrol. of residence and poet o-f- CIA iLTA RD
From Our Own PitJACK'S services supremacy, and resources volun- Often people! ask what floe. shall address b. aworn of >!ie toby claimant the 1003 Jacksonville Atlantic, Florida Coast Line 39303 Rlila;, I Ilt420 Brisket Stew 3 lbs. for $1.00 .J
I get out of civil Air Patrol
arlly contributed by those claimant HIS agent OH attorney -. ,
I This has just been Mnllwered.We \ and any such claim. or demand
private citizens who become -
not ao> filed shall be void.
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RESTAURANTU.S. members of Civil Air. Patrol. ,hope you\ will Join us Olin W. WhiteJr.. .
Tuesday ) A. exeautor of the Last Will ;1oTtW'A.CTI; COURT OF Smoked Bacon Ib. 49c
Numerous missions stem night at 7:00: ( in IBIOIFTH ..iww'finrL'IT T .! -
301 1 Mi. South I from this first purpose. The Armory., White Testament deieaaed.Fir of. Ethel Mandy FORD IN AND. FOR BRAD ,
COITVTY.CIVIL
success of every Civil Air -0.' M. TurnerInformation fit publication April 13. ACTION NO. US
1: '
Patrol mission depends Officer 1967. HAHLIic 1tFI:T>. JR. White\ Bacon lb. 39c
upon
Starke, Fla. I : 4/13 4t |41VOTICH Plaintiff. -
II I the ability of each senior Civil I VII.
Air Patrol member to dis- DINNA SEUMOM: REED: ; '
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SLICED OR WHOLE .
Notice Cooks & Waitresses Wanted : IV rOII 'rv Jl'HGIVss. rO OF PILE' Dnrendnnt.VOTCH
: patch his assigned' duty pro- lANI :! Notice IM hereby given that, OP 'M'lT'

I perly.The!.) second purpose of the Tn. re; rOI'Kmate>.\I'I'Y Fnn ofT FLORID ni \r>F-onn ...Foreclosure.*.>i.r'**" to a' .It entered*Final'i> the Ju.IJlfm.ntI.t In Clrnult cause. EI 1 TO 102S ,&et.ri"Jw East PINNA Grant. SERMON Jersey Hrrnet HEED I Smoked Picnics lb. 35c ?:

I I B. PINHOISTER a'k/a' .. I of Bradford County. Flor- f \ HKKICUV NOTr.
TRTIBY/ BAXTKR: PINHOL3TIOR. ., I will sell the property Pll3n that an action of divorce
.
dersaead.NOTICH 'I .. In Bradford County, has been flied.. against you
OP PKODATH I TO ALL PBH.HONS VMTERB53TED : Lot:; Four, Block Four Sara I II -
DECEDENT IN THH: ESTATE OF :::a to le f.latb'o'd': ;: In- .e
You are hereby notified I Book a, Page! 70. of the r
It's much a written Instrument purportIng & records of Bradford Beef Liver lb. 49c
so more I -
x ,, to be the Uat will and testament Florida Together with I House of CarpetsQuality :;
of aalii decedent has .. structures and improvements IY
convenient to all admitted ,to. probate In, and hereafter on sail land; Carpets at Budget rr
pay my court. You are hereby commanded i all flxturea now or here ,
within .Ix calendar, I attached to orI.ed In Prices
-,*.. >>),. .''h Of the first| publication ",- with the premlaew I Expert Installation In Starke'
? bills by check herein described and In add lion 'I
of this notice to .... thereto the following described Area at No Extra Charge
car oourt and show '
household appliance., which 534 N. Main Gainesville
I Ir. any of this you court can why In a
1 said will to" prrv:>uta should realtyl I 10" kitchen exhaust fan;I .
stand unrevuked. Coleman 80,000 BTU space heat-

IS Therun A. Yawn .. .. .... .. .... .
How true I Also worth noting-each can I Oiuntv Florida. Judge, Bradford County.I .. ,' -,.. ", .-:_- ... :. ..:. '-' -:" :H' : '::'-;-' .. ':.', --: -.. ._ :." : : .' : '. -- .. I

celled check is your positive proof of payment I 1987 Firm Publication on April .

and"'your stubs make a record that : 4-20 4t

.comes handy at tax time. Regular and Special : iv IN corvTY ANI FOR Jcnnn'M niiAnfonnr m i'
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Accounts.ROME. 1 Tn re: TCMnte!: of, < good reaSODS. !
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OWNED HOME OPERATED STER. deceaaed. ,


The Community State- Bank of StarkeMEMBER T.file hereby All B.:MOTICM any crnlltora.Plnholet they notified claims TO may of and.CREDITORS deceaaed the.have or.required.e d"mand.which .tat/ .L'1/ I why it's time to buy ;


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F.D.I.C. said estate In the office of
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north has loaded us with extra Mustangs that '. :

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PAGE lE im.\nir>Rn COITIVTY TKLKORAPII. IIIT Rrn:. n.onm-v TUURilIMY! APRIL 20 IOU

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Adjustable Vinyl Boot)'Ipy. I : Wm. D. Position Lansing station was presented lean Red Cross. a member of Dansby and his will Linda

{:ever.*. AJI slmm 30 cents etxt .: :A' Dansby Accepts the National Hcudllnrr's the board of directors and reside .t 3013 Belmar Circlein

Tile Telegraph. With Club award In 1900 for "Con publicity chairman of the Lamina.
Assn.
I Michigan Optometric sistently OutsUndl'w Television Lansing Chapter of Project

Coverage of Local Hope, chairman of the LansIng -
Huge Brewery
h William D. Dansby. of News" In competition with Youth Opportunity Advisory -

t12Wides. Lansing. Mich son of Mr. and: television news departments Committee in Lansing! AnnouncedFor

:: I 1 I I.i'E I. Mrs R. O. Danflbv ot Starke. throughout the U. S. and and In 1966 served is Inttham JacksonvilleFlorida '
i
,. I has been, named executive Canada.: County Chairman ri the

Cnstom Made .,, director of the Michigan Op- Muscular Dystrophy Fund
Also In 1966. Dan.io;: was the
( will become flrot
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For Florida LlvlnVOll 1 'imetrlo Association effective presented the Klwanla Inter- Campaign. In 1065 and 1968
state with two Anheuser-
May 15. ; he was nominated for the
national Thomas Jefferson
Busch breweries when a. $40
Get More In his new position the Freedom of Speech Award, by Lansclng Jaycees "Outstanding million plant Is constructed In
34-year-old Dansby will be the East Lansing Kiwanis Young Man of the Year"award. ,
,_ For Your $ $ Jacksonville starting this
responsible for coordinationof Club for his contributions

: No, Salaried or C rarojssioncd _____. Legislative and organizational to community understanding Dansbr, has been active in summer. .
Employees \ protects for th. Association i through television editorials.\ military affairs since he Join- Plans were announced Tuesday
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'4. along) with tlie de- I Dinsbv: Is a member of the ed the Florida National for the new facility which
: D 4D & BRADXARSEN \eicpment of programs aimedat Radio-Television News DIrectors Guard at 17. and currently will have a capacity of 15

: LIKE TO WORK : creating a greater aware- Association, serving holds the rank of Major as million 'barrels of beer annually -
tr
and will 300
___ ?1 iA iAA ness of the Importance of as a member of the organiza! Division Information Officer employ or
; YOU Benefit! ,, professional eye care. tion's medium markets committee with the 46th Infantry more persons.
i Division Michigan Army Na- The new brewery will be
-- I Daraby Is a graduate and a member of the
; tional Ouard. He Is a graduate built on a 200-acre site near
of the University of Florida:! radiotelevision accredlatlon
:
'
AD Sizes' an Display Truck Load A Mile School of Journalism! and | committee for the Michigan\ of the Infantry Officers Imtison Airport north of tho.

: 8-10-12 Wide I' Communications, and work- House of Representatives. He Candidate School at Ft. Ben- city and )lying between U. S.

; I'/i' Baths A 'truck loml a mile of Ix-er caiiM, botilcis t and trash ofnrlniiH kinds, was plckvil, ed fo- six years as news edit- I is active In civic affairs in ning. Oa., and a graduate of 17 and the extension: of Inter.

; and Expandable! I up Monday on Slt-230 and SR-18 by thl* detail from the Stile 1"1"..., al Kalfonl. or with WPOA-TV [Channel director with WJIM-TV in I Lansing serving! as a. mem- the Associate Ordnance Officers state lion- 93, now under construe
121 In Jacksonville. Since Lansing, Mich. ber of the board of the Mid- School atberdeen
The clrtHll in. n rejrulirr, one which pick up after in -,.sy ilrltrr'* who won't. will)I Under his direction. the" ,
: July 1963 he has been news Michigan Chapter of Amer- Proving/ Grounds Maryland.I II
New and Used until they gt to a trash. run or take tlua. trouble to Atop Itl( one. the Inmate.. ..iiy..

I They also MO' that local pnoplo are worne about throwing truth, on the roiulsldc, than

8Yr. financing available lourl.tI.Council.
"

Use Our Rental-Pur. I -

: chase Plan -Payments committee of Williams!, Tucker -

Under $50 Per Month I Appoints I and McRae. Remodeling Job it in the

"I'll serve if he'll)) i the: clerk 1 ,

: NOW/I I Group To Hire told will Mrs.work J with hns. us."I"have Tucker no,Set At BuS '

animosity toward the clerk. II "1 FOR. RENT Klngsley Lake I INSURANCE I

want that understood now. ..."".,.....-." AltHATU9 I HASTINGS MATTRESS furnished house. 3 bedrooms AT ICKDfCEO RATES: I FRONT ALIGNMENT

City Accountant Edwards shook his head negatively. 'Continued From Page One: I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 300 ft. docks double dressing I AUTO FIRK:, BOAT l.au.-.t Precision :Equipment,
Mobile Home SitesATAILABLE 710) Lemon /Mt. I'alatkaFurniture .
I IIOVLK K.: CONNECt
l> to IS word... ._,'I.IHIKacU room. Delano Thomas 964-, Factory Trained Mechanics' ,
total of I
: I Mayor Carl Hurst finally 643000. Repaired 6507. tfchg INSUHANCK. : AGENCY All Work Guaranteed.
[Continued solved the clerk's radio! with Supt. Casey also t told the, .voril over U' _.In Upholstered & Refinished tfgI ( ...
From Page One) T. Week Special
: Full lAke Privileges Board : I
his suggestion of moving tr3 that Starke ElementarySchool Krnlru: ,,"n.-.. If not MATTRESSES REBUILT CARL BEGGS
: Homestead Exempt was discussing: the r-idto, or radio' and blocking the police ha.s been closed! to fur : litllil In Biltanv* ..__.25 New InnerspringM I TUB RIGHT POINT for tile $5.55

: Financing an 8t'ollntant.I : band. The council ieferri1to :! ther applications for next I MEMO"1\r.N. )HKBOLI'TIOM; and Box Springs! Gulf ServiceUSED I the way you wrt'r Come In part. extra If neededFIRESTONE.
I Chairman Johns btopped the year. lie said) 344 ptipiln have U cent l>rr ward PARTS! and select your favorite> KSTFnBROOK -
keep police business as private Prop U. A Cord er Call I
I discussion) allow enrolled thcie under the freedom Price fur U'nx-ked" Cnrs fountain Pt'n.I .
to Gordon as possible. ( .tflt) 01" VIl.tfKS! PALATKA EA 5-8166 Top ) 813 \\. Madison
Lake Geneva Friday of the city's engineering An alternate choice would of choice pi in, ;cut there no .nurd ... !'.. _.__ ,:3..Ot.nrN I 24 Hour Wrecker Service TELEGRAPH. I I
: word over .O ..._..Ott MRS. PEGGY SHALLER I
firm of Reynolds, Smith will be room In all other BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
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I have been to supply the clerk 209 E. Adkln St. Fuel Oil

: Trailer Sales make and Hills of Jacksonville the to with] a citizen's band radioat schools.Starke Elementary accepted I LOOKINO for a bargain?I I Star""' ". Agent<< AAA S & II Green Slumps MARY other BOOK encyclopedia.before buying- M.any A.
a report on power a cost! of $300. but it would
SOl N. Waldo
the Old Trading llwy.
52 new applications from Coma outto Payne. your local representative -
construction pro.j which he
O* Route loo; One Mile SB.; have put him in touch with Negroes who Post. We ha.re. used furniture, REDUCED: FROM $IOO TO 448-1098 since 1956. Box 626.
previously at-
said Is sched-
:
proceeding: oa only the meter readers. Ed-
,Keymone! Heights electric ,appliances and!
tended RJE High In Reno. gas Phone 964-6560. tfchg
Sun. & Evening wards indicated he preferredthe about $70 PER MO. CARTER
Open. ule.But There 38 electric stoves. Just ,,
were Negro students '
.- I Immediately afterwardthe other with'so he could be in in the school last year makIng anything you are looking for.' NEW ONE BEDROOM: Lawn Mower Myers Power Tools
chairman appointed: theBRADFORD touch the Utility Department -
We will not be urdersofcj. I
:
j FURNISHED
a total of 90 which will Area Headquarters For
be enrolled for the 1007-68 Come out every Saturday toi:! REPAIR SERVICE: PAINTS Lawnniowerit Power Tools
In other action the council: GARDEN AJ>TS. I Minor Over
-- term. 184 per cent of the meet!! 1I."d trRd Bring a truck Tung-up or l\lcCulioch Chain Haws
COUNTY Voted unanimously to strike load. I )haul. 'New Wheel, Controls
We have some entiques.
population of thr school I AIR Pumpv & Water Systems
CONDITIONNEXT :
Board of Public Instruction from the minutes 05 the previous Negro enrollment) In other am! miles north of Starke on i I I etc. We alto. Have 102 E. Brownlee St. i HrlgK' & Stratton Engine

.. meeting a statement. schools has Inel'ease.1.1 too '_301. 2tp 420!! I} TO BuS ON Plck.up and Delivery Service Complete Line i Rantal.. Sates. Service
Included .
Clerk Edwards had :
NOTICE Casey said. A total of about of 230: N.E. 16th Ave.fiainrfttllle .
PAINTING inside and out. WASHINGTON HT.
in which] ho referred to an effort J CALX.FIRESTONE. :376-3411
200 students have transferred .
Lken.'cd. Quar Phone 782-
>
by the council to set; rid
of him by making the office from IIJE. 3793 4t chg 514, Call Paintsand tfchg
For Sale Public Auction
Enrollments In all schools 964-7303
I MR.\ MASONcare
appointive. I USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
to cate! YOUR BEST BARGAIN. .
are: Southslde;: : I S13 W. !MadiftnnSUrke.
Salvage Timber and Miscellaneous Used Building; Accepted five bids for a mentary 306. Starke Ele-j ADULT EDUCATION olames.Join I of Ernest Tew .".. tf name brands$15 to up.choose 10 different" from.
switch'Itt'ar accessory to the now. Elementary :sad j
tary 544 RJE ;)
High 355.
Material and Used Furniture to be Sold to High Parts & excellent repairs aH
LACY CONWAY
Realty
new plant generator Phone'
power / ley, Junior Hlnh 163. Brad! Secondary. 964-6091 Inc.
makes. KJRBY SALES &
Bidder.Student's. which will apparently cost I ford High 1.030.: Bioaker 45., I days: 984-6800( evenlna: 'tf FLYING SERVICE SuppliesFor
over $33.000, and took them Hampton 101. and Anderson Gainesville, Ph. 376-6161) FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- SERVICE 712 N. Main, GainesVille -
under advisement for study b/1 UNDERWATERWEED plane rentals. Greyhound Bus 376-7110. tfchg
Desks at-$1.50 Junior High 112. II 2906 N. W. 13th St.
I the engineers. In other action: Charter. Keep your party to- All Purposes
CUTTING bus. Phone
charter
gather a
Agreed their proposal to cut Supt.: Ca APPROXIMATELY 300 FOR SALE; ft" a 904-0080. tfchg
ott all unpaId'utility recount) Ing with School Trustees tonight All Types The' Rancher

on May I would not.allow any Thursday Aorll 20, to APPRAISALS AND ZIPPERS ,

CASH ONLY exceptions. Clerk Edwards said.:! discuss appointment or prin- Bulldozer & ONE STOP CONFIDENTIALINFORMATION I Inc.

I he would carry out the coun- cipals. He indicated ho will, Drag Line WorkJ. i 7 & 10 In lOc

I i ell's mandate but that it will probably call another special MASONRYMATERIALS Concerning property and prop- O Western Wear

work a hardship on some peo- boaid meeting next week tol I C. GardnerPHONE erty values In Florida Prop- 14 15c

SATURDAY, APRIL 22ND ple. get approval of the appoint 984-7720 1 I I erty. Over thirty years experience 22 25c 9 Guns

10:00 A.M.\ UNTIL NOON AT mont ,. in Real Estate matters Livestock
: DANK HOLIDAY I Trustees will cor s Id e I'I I and Active Real Estate I I
Site of Heilbronn Building .- Bradford : teacher recommendations May George E. LaRue Broker since 19S3. A. J. i MARRIED COUPLES WANT I Supplies

HighSALVAGE The Community State Ban.k'i I 2. I INSURANCE:. CY Ready Mix'[' Concrete Con- I I Thomas. Realtor Tel. 964-5101.1 I ED for cottage parent work. .
i iI
of Starke and tho crete i start at $443.
couples mo.
Architect Don Morgan reported There* Medicare, Stops, Block Sand. Rock, per I O Saddlery
Bank at Starke will not bo, I I Cement No. 51S 20 Acres on 301. Good j I i :Minimum' education 9,
:Mortar Steel age
thit work Is starting' WE START Oynter -
SALE open for business Wednesday, on the new area vocatlonal- ? ShelL! LJmerork. Roof dry cleaned land planted. In,I, plus.! 5 day week. In FREELAND BROWN
26 Southern Decoration Low Cottt Modlrare. Flu I pasture. Ideal for truck or 21\
,
Apr. technical school Gravel. Preraat Llntoln end married couples work & \ I
Manager6th
on tl1A Conway .
.1 1 I Day, a legal holiday in FlorIda. Protection A. Low At poultry farm. '
... I Airport. He said Brown Window Sllla. Everything I shift Work in Food Servi
I A Year
$116 No. 492 2 Acres completely ,
for and Malntance also available. Street
Construction Co. has bren extremely I MiMoiuy (Construction. I I'
efficient far The Auto Fire Home Owners furnished 5 room and Qualified I single persons
so Life.C'ldf'nt bath bungalow located 1 mile also accepted. If Interested apply Near Livestock Market
ground Is
being
cleared and
ANNOUNCING
Wholesale Closeout out of StArke on paved road. In person. Personnel Of-
Yearly foundations:! should; b< poured I Keystone Height 473-4693 A New Only $8900. Term. For, flee. Sunland Training Center. Gainesville.: :.176-4595;
Friday. said. .
: .. Morgan
homes Farms Ranches!, Acreage I Gainesville. 4tchg 4-27 \
718) Wf>%t !Madison St., | and
I Ready Mix Plant Business retirement
MAYOR'S COURT. Starke, Florida I homes give us a call. THE RIGHT POINT for the No. 491 NI... completely
on Used Mobile Homes 3 bed rm, aluminum aiding[, atKeystone STROUT RKAI.TV: I the. way you write. Come In furnished 2 .bedroom bun-

Five cases weie heard by llv. rm. 15 x 20; Kitch. 10 x I HeightsFor 2117 N. Temple Ave.. Starke. | and. select. your favorite. Efl- iralnw. all Titllltlra, approximately -

Mayor Carl Hurst In Stirke 1V! ; din. 8 x 9.. Slcgler Space, Fla. (OOt) 96.,.6609 TERBROOK fountain prn. I arr. shade trees.

Mayor's Court Tuesday night: Heat., 2 air. com)., HW floor;I Better Service To TELEGRAPH. .I In town. Uadrrprlced at

: Only Two Homes To A Customer Arthur '1'ySOIJr.., voluntary Good Roof, Ven. blinds., ter. That Area. 6123:! Plnowond Irhe $ ,100. _
intoxication, sentenced Ins., Lot 63 x 210 close In..1 A perfect two bed room masonry NEW MOBILE homes. Chick. : No. 476 Cattle and Timber -

to a fine of $27.50 cr five 3 pecans and Iota of shrub We WiU Not Be house, recently redone aaha. 20' A. 24' wide. Buddy- Ranch at ZOO aA'ree. 130

: PAY AS LITTLE AS $50 DOWN ON MANY days. 'bery. Trice 900000. FInanc- Undersold. throughout, circulating heater -(, demson. Layton Travel Trail- arm In improved! pasture,

Rafael Castilleja. voluntary ing available. A. J. Thomas paved street and close In. i cr5. Liberty Taylor, Azalea 70 acre wooded. Tenant

: OF THESE FULLY RECONDITIONED UNITS Intoxication, forfeited bond Realtor has the key. Just Price 790000. Reasonable buy. sell trade. Year bank financing. hnu_ CaU for prlCM and
of 2750. call 981-5701.. Bradford terms. See me for quick sale./ Buckeye Trailer Mart\; :

1. Charles Fari'Ion, disorderly A. J. Thomas Realtor. Tel.. Inc. 8873 Roosevelt Blvd. I, ternis.STROUT REALTY

1963 Fleetwood 55'xlO', 3 Br. Only $2425_ conduct by use: of profane opportunity Cashier-cleric for typist..someone Excellent with 9645701. Orange Park 2612131.& tfchg | 2117 N. Temple! Ave. Starke

and Indecent Fla. ((904) 964-6609. Free Local
language ells- Engineering I
experience. Interesting varied BOOKKK.F.l'INO AND
; 1965 Parkwood 56'x12'% Like New $50 Down orderly conduct h, disturbing work; good .salary with out i TAX COXSUl/TAJiT WORLD'S SMALLEST: electric I List.BUILD.

the peace and voluntary Intoxication standing employee benefits. Average small business adding machine; adds sub-

1961 Great Lakes 46'xlO', 2 Br. . $1525 sentenced( to a Southern Discount Company Co. i $10 Month Up tracts multiplies: has credit ON YOUR LOT -
fine of $132.50 01' to 25 days 116 South Walnut Includes Sales Tax; balance. Only $10950 Bradford Your plans or ours. Small

1962 Horizon in Jail. Street.ltchg Quarterly tc Federal County Telegraph UTIlE down payment. See models i In
56'xlO', 2 Br. $2515 Another Phone Starke I
defendant known Return. Pinebreeze. Buford Mitchell

: only as Chlco. wis charged FOR RENT 13,000: hen 964.5403 For Information Write: RIGHT POINT for the phone. D64-6853, P. O. Box:

; 1963 Fleetwood 57'xlO', 3 Br.. . $2515Only with voluntary intoxicationand CIlpll.clty'chicken.. plant. 3 Box 03 Palatko Flo. way you write. Come In and 238, Starke. UchgWANT"

J. was sentenced t.) a fine houses pqulpt with big Dutch- Keystone Ready I or call 325-29.10 ...,lfIf't you favorite KSTKR: .

** 1951 Glider 33'x8' '. $800 of $37.50 or to five days in man Automatic Feeders. Cool- Mix: 4tp :5-11 BROOK .ountaln pen. TELE--
!) Curb girl. Apply
Jail. Ing room and nand equipment. GRAPH.
Good Shape and Road Worthy Al/ln Jones voluntary intoxication Located 2 miles So. Keystone 473-4285 GOOD USED Refrigerator for at Tuck's Drive In. tfchff

.' petty then sentenced Heights. T. W. Baker and Keystone i iI Sale. Phone S33-21S2. ftp FOR RENT Unfurnished
I two BR house outside
to 35 days in Son. Phone Keystone 473- city.
Jail. FOR
SALE: 3 bedroom 2
!' FOR SALE 17 inch port Furnished In :
apartments
Many Other Makes and Models Too Numerous 4703. 2tchT( 4-27 bath house In Saratoga
( able TV; Excellent condition Starke. W. H. Nollman. tf chg
Daylight Saving LOST Small black dog with BRICK HOUSE nearing completion 140. Phone 9647733. ltp Heights section.! Down pay-

To Mention To Choose From. May Be Decided -tan markings.' Phone 9647212. 3 bedroom. l',4 bath. SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC ment required. an ume Gl finance
,
ltchg Locate ;Just out side of city IRRIGATION OUTFIT for mortgage. For appoInt-
By The Voters limits. Small down payment. sale also sprayer. Good deal.I CONSOLE MODEL SEWING ment to ire, write Robert
COME EARLY AND TAKE FIRST CHOICE 2 BEDROOM Nice 1 acre land Easy monthly terms. Phone Mrs. Herbert Norman. MACHINE. Must place In Burrows Box 104 Starke.

Florida" votsrs' will be given 2.9 miles on 3100-A Griffin 964-6853 Buford Mitchell, P.O. 8563. __ 3tchg 182-1 your area. A-I shape. ZigZags 3tp 4-20
makes button
a clmnca to cast their votes, Loop Road. We own, sell and Box 238, Starke. ttchg holes
New ,Mobile Homes Also, .Reduced For 'This for or against Daylight Saving finance. No closing cost! $100 LOST; Yellow leather fancy designs, sews on buttons REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL -
Finder please return appliques, monograms, NURSES NIGHT
papers
Time If a bill passer by tho Down Payment, Easy terms on SALE nacre farm
balance FOR etc. to Barbara Bryan Tuck's etc. Sold new for over $300. DUTY ONLY, ((4-12 and 12-8J.'
credit Is ,
House of Representatives this your good. livable
GREAT SALE with 3 buildings no
I week bcctmea a law. Call ArCane Williams Collect house. Automatic washer dryer Drive In. Itp MUST SACRIFICE. Just pay 136 bed general hospital for
balance $63,
or assume $8 mentally retarded Residents
The haugo approved a bill 829-6147 St. Augustine, :Fla. and hot water heater all PICK your own delicious| monthly payments.. Will take all clinical ob-
areas
Sale Starts Where Else But. that would allow the state togo or Lee.Area Code 404-524-0644" Mr. connected. ready! to go. HasSO1 blackberries Jut \beyond. older machine in trade. Call stetlcs. 40 hour week except six paid
Immediately -- on Daylight effective Refer to house No. 3512. "
Saving: !! well with new 1 HP Bethel Churc.ii.; Jim Lovett. ftp Credit Manager' COLLECT 12
Holidays days paid annual
If April ;<)0, and remain ltp 4-20-67
ont 7 Pecan trees. Must see
pump. Jacksonville 353-1946, .
anytime.Will leave accumulative sick leave
< unless Floridians vote for a FOR SALK' -' 1964 Dodge to appreciate. Also Included HOUSE for rent 3 bedrooms deliver. No obligation.4t meals and at
laundry optional
return to Eastern I and bath 3 acres of

GREAT LAKES 1 IIOBILE I! IIO1UES Time tlon.The In the next general Standard elec !I door or Polara 1962 4 Pontiac door hardtop.Catalina sedan 4 price Leaving I I. a new 7800.state 1968, must Will Ford sell.consider Pickup.Total\ land ished, hardroad$60 month.frontageFurn Inquire atLavender' chg 4.27 roll minimum deduotable.cost, Insurance State Retirement pay--

hardtop sedan power and Social Security bene-
bill must still be approved reasonable down payment. Ph. Gift Shop on FOR RENT 2 bedroom
by the Senate before conditioned.brakes. power steering and air 964-7290.( ltp way 100 between Starke Hlgh-\\ small furnished house. 746 N. fits. APPI.Y TO DIRECTOR
Excellent condition OF
NURSES SUNLAND
becoming a law. Lake Butler. Walnut St. .Call 964-7444 or
BROKERS Phone 904-5390. Itchg 964-6070. TRAINING CENTER HOSPI.TAL. .
ftp
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LAWN WORK R. A. Kel- FOR RENT 2 bedroom '1'. O. Box 1130: GAINESVILLE -
U.S. 41 North Lake City Fla.) MAID WANTED apply Dixie
.\ Classified Ad In the TELE-i Motel. logg. Call 964-7770 after 6 nicely furnished house. Apply FLORIDA. Phone
2tch<; 4-27 A ClwuUled) Ad In the TEUC-
I I OR:4111 brings rrtult pm. Itp st 1127 N. Walnut St. Itp OR'P" bring* 1'f\If1I1M.\ S7S-MM1.) 4tclur 0-11





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In the strongest of language, all codes of ethics. And we shouldbe TilE COURTHOUSE

FBI director J. Edgar Hoover equally alarmed when an en- BUILDING!

has assailed the organizers of forcement officer making an arrest Our community Is at the

campus filthy-speech movements must fight for his life crossroads of making plans 4hI

and the authors of such audacious against assaults from onlookers that could: greatly affect our

vulgarity as the play "Mac who scoff and ridicule him for p : _. welfare. for many years to
sp f l comeRecently
Bird.; asserting that they are doing his duty. :' : : .
determined < a minority: groupof
to destroy all accept- '
"Why do these conditions exist citizens proposed tearing I
able standards of personal con- ? Certainly, an overwhelming down the present courthouse

duct and behavior in our country. majority of Americans do not ? J.l ;:\ ( y' building in order to constructthe r

The respected head of the FBI want their families exposed to : &r new courthouse on Its

declared that morality, integrity, indecent, immoral, and unlawful f Yry cite because: they believed that
law and order, and other cherished iI'a' I4' such a plan would give them
practices which plague our com + f'141 r w
t b. 4j' ,
of f .y more business. The old court-
principles our great American
munities. But unorganized Unexpected 'Discovery'Member
heritage for pro- house building could be put to
are battling sur-
testers little
weight against
carry
many uses that would benefit
vival in
many communities today. organized crusaders. of filth, Im- our local merchants more <>( the Bradford County Historical Society made

He points out that they are under morality, and crime. If this is not .r than building the new court- nil "unefcpwtal" find" on their Sunday afternoon Jaunt to the
.
constant attack from degrad- the legacy we want to pass on to house there. Kite of old Fort Huiley, Mouth. of Hampton Lake. While hiking -

ing and corrupting influences our youth, then it is high time At present It Is taking $100 down an old graded road ona lIharp-t>yAd member spotted *.

which, if not halted, will sweep we took action to improve condi- per month of taxpayers moneyto a five-foot dinmonilbock rattler stretched out In the

away every vestige of decencyand tions. hire space for a notary, and: grass, not tell feet away.

orderliness remaining in our "Let us stop persecuting en- $55 per month for the Cham- The rattler wa noon conqirered by Nate Dyal (left) who
society. ber of Commerce. Groups of
forcement officers when pinned the snake down with a hastily cut pole, while Jim
"Certain we taxpayers have fought to save
groups, numericallyweak Bloodworth beheaded It with hi machete.
should be criminals.Let *
but prosecuting amounts less than this
vociferously strong, It wan am exciting afternoon, even If the exact cite of
us stop deifying offbeat dolts
The old courthouse oulldlnarId
appear determined to all
destroy
Fort Barley still remains In doubt.
whose is
ability measured
acceptable standards of personal only by needed as meeting place for

conduct and sane behavior pat- how deep they can dip their poisonous public, gatherings. It will be

pens into the pots of blas- only a few years before an expansion .
seem terns,bent says Mr. Hoover. "They phemy, filth, and falsehood. Let will be required for State Still Faces Problem
on eliminating all eth-
City offices. Probably the Sen- I
us stop listening to halftruths and .
ical practices order.relating to our established criticisms of time-tested ideals ior Cltizenh may like to havea Of Funds To Meet Expenses '!"

permanent place to meet.
and a ,
start telling and selling the
As a case in point, the FBI y Then too Starke needs a
Director says that most citizens true story of democracy as we 't nT Tourist Club which would havea The 1967 Legislature now from. at present.A .

would be horrified to think know it. In short, let us atop being 1' .' :; : .' <'fhb I function different from the In its third week Is still faced number of new tax proposals

it that led blindly toward the cavern r \>".y"''. .S t., I<' .;Ji .. ,;",:"'.''.10,.w i. .i-. .J,,, Senior Citizens Club. The lat- with the problem of a budget have already been introduced
someday "
might be legally l': : "'
per- of self-destruction by bogus Pied A < ter takes care of people who that won't balance, and'' a ) and others such asa
missible for a to rise in 'II\I,; He(.....\ : .GO iN )'
still "No
person a Pipers and get on with the per- ".,/.. { .. ,. .. ( are already here. A tourist club Governor who" lays, possible gross ,receipts tax
courtroom and hurl four-letter '.. .t'f" new taxes. are being discussed. Any one
petuation of the self-evident ., ., :, brings in new people.We
invectives at the judge without ." ; '" .'" Tourist With the inevitable show- of these could be picked up
truths which, with Divine guidance '; :I.. ','h 1 I.;,' :'. "\M; had a thriving
: down drawing closer every sent to the at
fear of punishment. But he ..I< .,,"i sl ., Club a few years ago. A realtorat and Governor
have served Nation I ",." _' <0 ... .... .. ,i r.. ., '_.. ;..Jf:.
points out that a movement is our so that time said that ho could day, there seems to be only any time as a test of whether -

underway demanding that well over the years." The Eyes of Taxes Are Upon YouFARMER'S account for 60 families who three possible courses of action he will use his veto pow.

fane verbal abuse pro- The preposterous play to which settled In and about Starke as to solve the dilemma. ers to carry out his promise'
directed at ------- ---
ice officers be legally pol- Mr. Hooer alludes was written bya a result of that club.When the The Legislature could propose of "no new taxes."
recognizedas
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Its budget to finance -
own
a constitutional right. "If it 25-year-old woman and parodies DIARYcourthouse new jail was built, the club applied the needed state serv- 5 4 ... ....AAAAAAAA
the old
for space In jail
can be argued that such prepos- President Johnson as a modern building, but the request was ices over the next two years,

terous action is legally permis- MacBeth arranging the assassination There was a big turnout should beIn refused. It quit functioning because pass the necessary taxes to HAMPTONBy

sible at the enforcement level of of President Kennedy and last Saturday'at the fish fry Starke or Lake Butler. He It had no place to meet finance Its plan, and present

the law, could it not also be argued then losing power to the victim's and celebration of the reopening said that Just before the without paying rent and It Oov Claude Kirk with a nicely Mr. Mary Wiliam.u.uaaaaaa.a..uu..

that it is permissible at all young brother.It of Lawtey as a shipping split-up a tax was Imposedto had no funds.. The evenings balanced package.Or .
center for area growers The build roads, and that whenIt the Legislature could '
levels of our legal system?" asks is in complete accord with met. members would! visit the
Mr. Hoover. the far-out notion of the hippies, old strawberry wharf, which came to deciding where motels and Invite the guests. pass the necessary appropria- YWA State Conference
'had not been used to any' ex- M the roads would be built tions for all recommended or
Many came, and some stayed
"History proves that the best of nihilism and think nothing of tent for berries for about 20( there was a big argument, permanently promised programs ar.d. then' "Christ Opens Doors" was

Interests of our Nation lie in a threatening the Vice President of years, was crowded as hun- with the Lake Butler faction A streamer from the old go home leaving the Governor the theme for the 1867 YWA

law-abiding, decent, and orderly the United States with violent dreds of growers and their wanting some roads and: the courthouse building, strung to find money' r lit possible State Conference held on the
of Stetson
society. We cannot live with mob action on the campus of families enjoyed a fish dinner Starke people wanting others. across Highway 301 identifying as he insists I without campus April 14-18. Three University Hampton

lawlessness, unbridled vulgarity, Stanford University.Their an entertainment pro- 'I. the building as the homeof new taxes. YWA members Wendy Hill,
This has been
obscenity blasphemy underlying idea is des- gram, and visited with their Malnes said they never the Chamber of Commerce, approach and Donna
perversion, to By Sam McGarveyabout tried biy legislatures in prior Carolyn Kennan,
friends
and publiC desecration of every troy everything that baa gone be- e.-.. could come to any agreementon and another streamer announcing administrations and has some Rhoden, along with their

sacred and just symbol," the director fore--a1J customs, codes, conven- the matter and after the Tourist Club times resulted In long,' hot leader, Jo Anne Hicks, attended -
do much
But the weather to that all they manage C to awhile the aban- meetings, would bring
up project was this meeting In De-
writes. tions and
\Ve to after the Governor
should be perform any act summers
it's because our benefit to the business peopleof
think
and we
had little! doned
time given cause and the' tax money land. Individual conferenceswere
alarmed when widespread speak word, or called them bock: to put up
recog- any express any for celebration. First there place Is too flat and poorly was refunded. That, to our Starke. held Friday evening and
nition and monetary awards go to thought that will shock and which knockedthe drained. few There would still be some the money.
was the freeze knowledge. is one of the third has Saturday morning, while the
a person who writes a 'satirical' destroy. Like rioters in Watts, crop In the head and times that we've ever heardof space in the old courthouse little The evidence possibility of Saturday evening service was

piece of trash which maliciously the new idea is to "Burn, baby, then It.turned off dry and along Talked to Hal Malnes of a tax refund but that building that could, be rented. far. It Is to proclaim support, an aus-ao given over to an emphasis on

defames the President of our burn" and to replace what ,is destroyed lack of rainfall curtailed Lake Butler about the big must have been small con- This rent would provide sufficient terity government and: start YWA with YWA'a from all
production' from a new crop.) battle 45 ago when solation to those who continued funds to take care of
country and insinuates that he with nothing justa years ; cutting down the proposed over the state participating.
murdered his predecessor. We big moraless, codeless, goaleas As a result. the berries fell there was the fuss In Brad- to get bogged down on the' running expenses and figures Possible victims of Program personnel included

should be alarmed when some off In slz>. Compel tit Ion from ford County [which then included roads which needed improve- maintenance of the building. this approach would be need- home and foreign missionaries -
void.To other areas caused a drop In what is now urttorr ment. Any merchant would be glad Miss Edna Frances Daw-
groups, under the guise of all to have the If the old ed programs/ or promised pay
aca- forms
of extremism prices and things went from County] about where the corner raises for teachers and state kins of the Foreign Mission
demic freedom and constitution. there is said to be finally a reac- "bad to worse" for the grow courthouse Is removed. They employes. Board, Dr. Bollln S. Armourof
al privilege, flood our college tion. Let could obtain other places.Don's and
us hope, with i Mr. ers. ,"- Everyone agrees that the Stetson University
campuses with obscene four-let- Hoover, that the reaction comes think of Starke with current budget/ Is out of bal- Paul Belllngton, missionaryto

ter-word campaigns and porno- before it is too late to save our With lined down some of NEWS And NOTESFor 'b blocks business: Starke limited has to a brighter a/ few ance, but few agree on the Brazil. Approximately 1;;
graphic publications which violate Nation last amount. The 400 girls attended this an-
from these termites of im- the' growers week threw future than that. People passIng budget recom-
pot-smokers and LSD-imbiders morality. open their fields to consumerson Today's Homemakers through town would take mendded by the State Cab- nual state-wide conferencdand

who have adopted the philosophy a "you pick" basis at 25 "jrI'-! notice, if their. could see the inet is $31.9 million over revenue each one who attendedwas

cents a Quart, and there was By Martha Sue McCain ... new courthouse, the city hall estimates, but this does blessed and! challenged'
big from the ber- not Include some 10 to 11 through a new awareness of

I It's Up To You, John Q. PublicLaw a ry-hungry response. housewives Intact : County Extension commerce the library and, the a chamber tourist club of, million dollars for compulsory the world, Its needs, and

the! response was si Home. Economics Agent all visible on Highway 301. welfare projects startingIn their place of service.
enforcement in Bradford favor. It's probably because we strong: that some growers had -f 1968. Cancer Drive
They would get a /good impression '
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County can be as good as the don't understand the legal pro- to turn consumers: away, ant ; of our city. Almost everyone has a different The American Cancer Boa:

people make it. At least that's cedures the Sheriff's Department, one farmer put up a "sold B81GH1LB1t1AKFAST: !! The traffic going through price tag for teacher., iety drive was held lust Sat-
"Queen for the DM'I"Cinnamon
the opinion of one of the out" sign. you pay raises. Costs range from urday. Approximately $70
county's for instance, is required to go To start the day! oft right Breakfast Braid Starke Is a stream of gold. It
$37.9 million for Oov. Kirk's netted from the drive.
veteran deputy sheriffs who will Increase when Disney was
through. The public much of with a
family
has a deep and But although/ the dry spell Hurpilsu your 8-6 cups flour (regular or World installment raise proposal to Mrs. Shirley Norman was
abiding interest opens, and the amount
: the time simply is not of Cinnamon Breakfast -
aware 'held back the berries ltdldn.t delicious Instant blending:! ], 2 packagesor $277 million for the Florida chairman for Hampton. Mrs.
in the
welfare of this that receive will
of gold
the we
people. what the law Braid. For a special' occasion -
requires, as one cake yeast. active dry in
keep the weed: from or depend' the effort Education Association! plan Barbara Hill assisted her
But four deputies and one deputy haa put it. rowing, and Sam l 1" once perk up your place compressed; two-thirds cup exert.If! upon we which Includes the promised! town and Mrd Alderman collected -

sheriff can do just so much. Lim- People, you and I, are naturally again;>t his old Job of following settings with daisies.! warm water (rIM to 115 degrees the old courthouse building $5.000 minimum salary witha In the Hampton, Lake

itations on their sheer physical afraid of what they don't understand the lawn mower. Traditional In shape, but ; 1 cup warm milk; one- Is retained It will help our few extras thrown In

abilities are quite obvious, they of what is not familiar. Somehow or other, the weeds unique in taste this coffee mouthwatering cake'- half cup granulated sugar; business people to net a larger Then there is the mat- area.The Ladles Council of the
can cover only so much' ground. manage to survive and flourish yeast Itt teaspoon salt; 1 teaspoon Christian Church met last
As this lawman put it, one of the well with either coffeeor share. So don't destroy the old ter of relief fur local
The average citizen of Brad- best things that could happen in even In spite of bugs and goes with brown cinnamon; 114| cup softened courthouse building when It property tuxes which Oov. week at the home of Mrs
milk Topped
ford County doesn't disease and drought, when margarine or shortening; 2 be to Cabinet ncmbers. Raleigh Brannen on Bedford
rood for
want to Bradford County would be an all- and cinnamon the can put such use Kirk some
the things want to sugar eggs; 114 cup softened butter, Lake.
you grow
identify himself with some citi- many years to come. and a number of Legislators>
encompassing public relations braid has a pebbly appear-
shrivel up and die. Bermuda: or margarine; one-holf cup PERSONALS
-W. H Nollman. have bromlsed. Any relief a-
zens of large cities
where wit sweet
program to acquaint the people grass for Instance will turn ance and a crunchy firmly packed brown sugar: long this line would add to Mrs. Janle Hicks and her

nesses stand by and allow a per- with the operations and responsibilities brown and look dead as a flavor when baked. 2 teaspoons cinnamon; cookIng the deficit that the legislators sister, Mrs. Annie Tare of

son to be beaten to death simply of the Sheriff's Depart- door-nail but just let a Wonder how you can ever oil. Round up each portion must finance of course. Stalke enloye/ several daysat

because they "don't want to be- ment. But limited manpower cloud appear in the'sky andIt have a taste-temptlm coffee Spoon or pour flour Into Combine brown sugar and the Oklawahi: River
eAt!
There have been no
come involved." As will and take to 'cake like this ready In. cinnamon. Roll .each, portion Waldron
numerous just won't allow it. green up dry measuring cup. Level off Mrs Mary Alice
relief
mates on property' tax
for an'early breakfast? !:
news and magazine articles growing end spreading again. time Into a 9 x 14 Inch icctangle Diane several da
have By cooperating with our Sheriffs ) and pour measured fOur: on- but Senate President and spent It's easy, with the new Cool programs
pointed out to on lightly greased board. last week with her mother-
assistance could !he: wax paper.
Department coming Verle Pope has pointed
by
Rise method that adapts
The late hard freeze last Spread evenly with half the Waldron in
in-law, Mrs. Lois
as near as a telephone or a shout fourth with information when it's yeast baking to fit into your Sprinkle or crumble yeast out that removing half of the ,
month damaged some of our butter. Cut lengthwise Into 3 Jacksonville
for help, with the into two-thirds CUP warm local school tax burden would
necessary step needed make schedule.
we can our countya busy
equal centerof
ornamentals and just about strips. Sprlnklj Mrs. A. P. Johns. Mrs.
never taken. water in large, warm bowl. cost the state $300 million
better place in which to live. killed some, Including a pret- Unlike the time-consuming each strip with 4 tea- Wayne Hlnson and cnlldren
We need to be reminded conventional of yeast Stir until dissolved Add during/ the upcoming two
may Things that may go on illegally in ty Belgium azalea. Troublewas way spoons of sugar mixture. and Mrs. Jackie Hersey :of
however, that our law officialsare Bradford County could be stop- that the plant was In a baking, the modern Cool Rise warm milk, granulated, sugar, Pinch lengthwise edges of YP1rS. School taxes are less Theressa spent the weekendIn
salt, cinnamon margarine than half of the total ad val-
here to help us. We all know ped if parties having knowledge growing stage at the time, method requires a minimumof each strlt> together to form a Perry with Mr. and Mrs.
less eggs and 3 cupe flour. Beat. orem burden.
time. In
that our officials are also citizensof to them would step forward and and hence venv susceptible to preparation with wooden electric rope. Braid 3 ropes togetheron Dowllng Blair and family:
the county and have its a sudden freeze. It has sent than an hour you can com- spoon or greased baking sheet. Begin Rep Don Reed. Republican=
interests sign Mr. and Mrs Fred Townsend -
a complaint.It's mixer at low speed* until
out a few tiny leaves, but It plete the mixing, kneadingand at center and brat to House leader, says that pros-
at heart just as do. and children, of Fernan-
we our responsibility to do An electric smooth, [about 1 minute).
so. looks shaping steps. pects for property tax reliefin
so critical that we're each end. Seal ends end tuck
Unlike some TV and motion We pay for our law enforcementwith mixer be used for Then beat vigorously with dina Beach spent the weekend -
afraid to do more than water can under braid. ,Brush braids the present Legislature are
picture portrayals of lawmen wooden spoon ((190() strokes] or with Mr. and: Mrs.: Jeff
our tax dollars. Even more, we It and hope.. added convenience. After lightly with oil. Cover pans doubtful. Any cut In ad val
officials don't eye everythingwith too have a deep and abiding interest shaping the dough, place it electric mixer at medium loosely with plastic wrap. orem taxes would have to be Baker and family.

suspicion and distrust, but in the welfare of Bradford, One thing we're learned in refrigerator to rise for 2 speed C2-3( minutes) until Refrigerate 2 to 24 hoursat replaced 'with other state Mr. T; F." Brown. Mr. and

sometimes we don't return that County. about flowering shrubs Is thatIt hours or up to 24 hours.!if thick and elastic. Scrape moderately cold setting. funds and no one seems to Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of
sides of bowl occaaionly. Stir Bedford Lake, and Miss Jes-
likes know where would
Is well to cut bac'c! crepe you When ready to bake remove they come
myrtles drastically. We did This.tlme. -"avln, method la in remaining flour gradually from refrigerator Uncover. sie May Brannen of Bartow

4q The Bradford County Telegraph that this spring and now based on the principle of with wooden spoon. Use Just Let stand for 10 minutes atended the Brannen reunion"
enough flour to make a soft Yield:!,: 2 coffee cakes. at Lake Butler last Sunday.Mr. .
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ESTABLISHED 1879! the shrubs have responded by controled rising in/( the refrig- while preheating oven. Puncture -
1 sending out new. compact erator rather, than several dough which leaves sides of and surface bubble withan Cinnamon Crunch Topping and Mrs. Felix" Doverof

E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher vigorous growth It la one of rising periods In a warm, bowl, adding more if neces oiled tooth pick and apply One-fourth cup firmly Valdosta Ga. and Mr. and

our favorite flowering shrubs, draft-free place. This means sary. Turn out onto floured Cinnamon Crunch topIng packed brown sugar; 1 tea- Mrs. Frank Hardin of Jack-

0 1117 o Florida's Oldest Weekly Newap per Published Contbiowly' because the blooms last so you can prepare the dough board. Round up into a ball. [below! just before baking spoon cinnamon; 1 egg white sonville were visiting Mrs.

Under Tile Same Mad Head long. the night before, refrigerate'; Knead 9-10( minutes or until beaten. Mary watterson last week.

qr/0N and then just slip it into the dough is smooth elastic Bake at 375 degree for 25- Combine brown sugar and Debbie Hicks attended and

Published each Thursday and entered aa Second Class Matter mt the Po./ Offkm But we've had little luck in oven for half an hour In the and no longer sticky. Cover 30 minutes or until done. cinnamon. Brush each braid participated in a concert presented

at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 187t.8ub trying to get the pretty red- morning. The result-a delectable with plastic wrap, then a Bake on a lower oven rack with beaten egg white. Sprin- by the Gainesville

.erlptlon> la trade areat 1 year 94.0O; a Month, It.TS bud to grow at our place. Cinnamon' Breakfast towel. Let rest for 20 min position for best results. Remove kle evenly with half the sugar High School band for the

outside trade areas 1 S4. O S month 11.56 We've set out some, and Braid that's sure to win your utes on board. Purr-h down. from baking sheets im- mixture. If you use self Woman's Club In Gainesville
year ; while( they stay alive that's famlly'a approval and make" Divide into 2 equal portions. mediately, cool on racks.: rising: flour omit salt. last l Sunday _afternoon.




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I NEW RIVER BAPTIST

I 4 T i J? t F {" r I Sunday School, 10 a. '111.I .

I Moinlng" Worship 11 a., m.

I Training Union, 8:30: p. m.
Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.

: prayer Meeting Wednesday

j 7 p. m. -It. I* Parker pastor


rt HI-WAV CHAPEL
ASSEMBLY OF GOD

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r -" 7 p. m/- t, tOl.SUnda.y
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yf CHURCH FIRST METHODIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST. GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Services Sunday
t FIRST BAPTIST I School. 10 a. m Moraine
STARKE CHURCH STABKE CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH Worship.. :U a. m. C. A. Youth

Sunday Sunday School Sunday -_ Church School. Schedule of services: Sun- Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. GrouP 6 p. m' Evening Worship

9:45: a, m, Morning Worship, 9.43: at( m. Morning Worship; day School 9:43: a. m. Morn- Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 ... m.; 7 p. m. Prayer Reeling,
: "How you and 7 p m.-iRev.. .Leland A. 8 m.:;
11 a. m. sermon 11 a. m. Snack Supper' for Ing Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Worship p. 7:30: p. m. Thursday
can help your church to be'' MYF, 8 p.,.m. MYP meetings. Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor.Thursday Prayer Meeting Wednesday -Leroy Llghtsey pastor

more effective" (Hebrews 630.: Evening;.:Worship, 7:30.: ;Evening Service 7:45.: Mid- Visitation' 10 8pm. Sing each) Friday at II
f 1il S. 10:25.1: i Training! Union. 6:15.: Monday Girl Scouts week Prayer Service Wednesday e.. m. and 7pm. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane\ pastor AIRPARK BAPTIST
w:l dl.c ;Evening Worship. 7:)0. ser- .
meet In Fellowship Hall, 7:45: p. m
mon: "A Citizen of Zion." NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday Services: Sunday

[Psalm 15.1 3.15: MADISON STREET BKOOKER BAPTIST School. 9:49: a, m. Morning
Scout Pack
Monday RA meeting 6 Tuesday -' Cub BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a-' m. Sunday School' JO a. m. Worship 11 a. m. Training
meeting\ in :Fellowship( Hall Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening
p. m. Youth Choir practice Morning Worship 11 a. m. Union 8:30: P.m.
., 7 m. 7.30: Sunday Sunday School, Training Union 7 p. m. Evening 7:30.: Wednesday
T ,. ---- -- Bible Survey Class p Training. Union 6-30: p. .m Service.
Tuesday Junior, Choir Wednesday, Primary 9.45: a. m. Morning Worship Worship 8 p.: m. Evening Worship. 7:30: Prayer Meeting 7:30: 9. n.
I Ground Broken For Morgan'Road Chapel, practice, Sunbeams 3:30: p. Junior and Youth Choir 11 a.' m. Youth Choir practice Wednesday night service. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Rev. Leroy Olive Pastor*
practice 3:18.: Player Meetings 4:45: Training Union 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. .
m. Junior QA meeting.. 4:30.: : Vernon N. Williamson '
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New Al Us Sponsored By First Baptist WednesdayPrayer Meeting 7 p. ,m.'i'hursliay. 6:15.: WMU Player Circle,, -L. L. Parker. pastor. pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST

7pm. Church Choir !: -. pen 4 Cub 7J5.; Evening Worship.) 7:30.:

Following the morning and air conditioned and Shown In the photograph practice 8 p. m. Scouts meet In Fellowship Wednesday :Prayer and BAYLESS H 0-- IIEILBRONN BAPTIST Sunday School. 10 11 a. m.
Worship
a. m.
service last Sunday the con- complete In every way for (front rowl are members of Thursday Visitation, 10 Hall.} 3:15. Chancel- Choir re- Praise Service 7:30.: Church' BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Training Moraine Union 6:3ft p. m.

gregation of the First Baptist conducting a full church program the Missions Committee!, with a. m and 7 p. m. heasa1, '730.; Choir practice 8:30.:: Sunday School, 10 a, m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m, Evening Service, 7:3,0.,: -Prayer

Church assembled at the site Chairman Paul Raymond .lnrldaa.; Apr. 28. through Thursday Auxiliaries Morning Worship: 11 ft. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Meeting Wednesday 1:3ft

of their planned! mission an I I The contractor Is Paul turning the first spade of her brother-In-14w, and slater, April 30, ,Wesleyan J YF' Sub- meet, 3:30: p. m. Visitation. Training, Union, 0 p. 'm; .: :Evening: Service 7:30.: Mid p. mv evv R. H- Butte
Morgan Road to break I Crawford. Construction will dirt. Other members of the Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat. dlstrict reTREAT at Leslie" \ 730.; Evening Servlcet T p. m. week Prayer Service,. 7:00p. : pastor -

ground for the first unit of i take about 60 days!!, after I committee are Harry Hatcher Lea--I Mr. and,juirs. netL.. Roberts Farms, near ,L !kq City.:\ .' J ev. ,' !der. ,Rowan\ ,, pas Or.. I Everyone: welcome. -Rev.M, m. Wednesday. Troy.
Mrs. ;
Charles Hardy :/
building.! services will be David Medeiros castor. Johnson pastor
the new !II which regular and family of Jacksonville ,' BAYLESS HIGHWAY
Ty-
ton Morgan Sr., and Mrs. '
Located about half a mile, scheduled In the new build were Sunday visitors of 'Mr. '0. BAPTIST 'CIIUIWUSunday
off Highway 301 on the south i ing. All-.Ipe1'sons Interested In ler Jones. At Raymond'slight and! Mrs. J. C. Tye and ;ram. tAn i ;

south of Morgan Rood, the I participating in the programof is Rev, W. A Hogan Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. To e. are ., School; 10 av: m.

building will accommodate the mission! to bo knownas pastor of the First Baptist sisters. )> 'Morning Worship. ll/ a.. m.

about 150 people for Sunday Morgan Road Chapel are Church with deacons In I Spending a ,few .days with I Training Union 6 p. m.
School and preaching service. invited to contact the First Mr and Mrs. J, C. ,Knight Is Investment! n Your Future, Evening {Service, 7 p. m.

It will be centrally heatedLAWTEY Baptist Church Sttuke.) the second row. Mrs. Knight's mother.Mrs.. C Everyone welcome Aev.,-M.

Moneyhan, of Jacksonville., David Medeiros- pa8t.<1r. '

y n..y..v.+e...V...- three guests from, the Brownie ,specapoint\ of Interest was Mrs. Cebe Harris and\ Mrs, AfTEmlJ .E m'I. .
Troop enjoyed, a wonderful" the choosing of the Lawtey A. C Pearce were Thursday HOPE BAPTIST CJIURCHHighway .

evening. Priscilla Starling assisted Strawberry Sweetheart. Nor- dinner guests of their brother, wtraara..krmt sarbMVillu [ 100 at TheraaM]

Mrs. Starling with the ma Oene Prevatt was fast Marvin Thompson, and familyin .,Sunday School 10 a, m. '
serving runner up Pam Tye second, Jacksonville. '
Morning Worshlp-s-ll a. m.
By Enza BlunchardfAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.4AAAA.At The Little League Baseball and Debra ,Jordan was!! chosen Mrs. George Roberts visited &&L'11' 6 01pIq gIIIII I I iIIIIIIIVIIpllll l,,, "' """""""' Training\ Union--8:30: p.. m.

team haa been organized by I as first. The girls all looked relatives In Deland for the, Evening Worship,... 7:15:
Lawtey Recreation .board eseclaHy. pretty it was hard to ,week. It1
Revival services closed at with boys 10 through 12 guess which 1 It would tx, It wasa Mr. land Mrs. Burnie Dobbs .S_ v >,P m. .J

Northside Baptist Church years of age. They me\ practicing very
Sunday after a good' week.' At now under Coach Ed everyone. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs, during > t t :
t
noon they all joined in a fel- McGee and expect, to an- CHURCH ACTIVITIES the week. Z "ri Sunday.; School, ill a... m

lowship dinner served on the nounce the date of their Irtst Grace Methodist Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal attended GREEN Morning Worship. 11, a.,aPreServloa

grounds and enjoyed visiting. game soon. School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 the funeral of his 1' .. f h' [Hoosier' _.

There were a good many visitors The fish supper given by a. m. and 7:30: p. m Prayer brother-in-law: Joseph P. a ka! Young People, and 1Pray48

from. other churches. those who are operating theLawtey Circle Mon ol\' 9am. Wednesday Ellet'bee, Sr... who paused_away 'I. _'" Service). "0 p. m. Evtntn
Mrs. Eugene Starling entertained strawberry market wasa Junior MYP, 0 P m, Sunday:! in Panama Cty.Miss ; r Worship," 7 p. m. 'SifcHM:

her Junior Oirl great success and attracted followed by Choir practice at Kathy Jones cf ,Jacksonville -wjot aerrio.. Wednesday TItf: p.

Scout Troop with a weiner a large number of those Interested 7 and\ Senior MYP spent the weekend : m._Rev.. D. L. Ramaay Pastor >.> -
roast and all that goes with Music was furnished by On Sunday evening a fellow- with her parents. Mr. and Mrs : ;...
Including toasting marsh- Glenn Reeves and his band ship supper was served In the D. A. Jones. THUMB h

mallows.( Ten members and I throughout the evening. The hospitality room and everyone BETHEL BAPTIST CnU CJI

enjoyed the hour There was a SENIOR S "
surprise for all, especially the Sunday School, 16 .:"ip.
two chosen to be awarded witha CITIZENSSenior ; H I Morning Worship. ''11 a.....

gift as a token of appiecla- ft Evening Worship 7:30-: p.''.*.

I I II tion for their services duringthe Citizens voted I Prayer MeaUnff' ':n V>WLWedn
I ,
.year. They were tlrs' .' Mae animously t. our meeting un-l' ", w e ti .. ; ulay ..- Rest .tf....)VNewmttM

I I B. Wells for her excellent work April 11 that a writing pastor.NORTHSIDE :.
I a g I
sign be started to contact the
with the music and Mia Enza )I
Blanchard& who) sees to\, flowers Florida members of the House BAPTIST
for each week and Senate In Washington I), '
First Baptist Sunday D c. in support of House ; III II10 II10roEUy ,* Located on BayMxa: ,rOg >

-' School 10 a m.. Worship 11 a. Rule, 5710. '" i r ttt: :4 I I way [SB 225laRatZOTj.ROQ4I ]
16). Services;. SutvUy
The preamble to HR 5710
.
m. and, 8pm Training; Union gl
7 p. m. Midweek prqiyer\ reader "A bill to amend the I GREEN THUMB ...Is the way of describing( : School 10 a. m.. Sunday
Social Security Act to providean Morning WorshIP."I1., 'IlL
services 8 p. m. '
Church of God SundaySchool increase itv benefits under' ..ES those that have a way with plant life. The ones, Training Union 0:30: p..at.
the o Evening: Service: 7:39.: MM-
old-age survivors ,
-- 10a. m. Worship 11 a. and disability .1'I -
q $
Insurance system to fl who so gifted will tell that to be Week: Prayer Service, Wednea.
m. and 7 p. m YPE Wednesday are you successful .
day 7:30.: -Aev_ 41ena"Isw-
7:30: Prayer meeting Wed- provide benefits for additional ( ma owrah t Sod's eppialad Next' M Mk
nesday 7:30.Highland: categories of individuals veld fw WMdiiif Hit hwakdg. of) UK (la afar Q with plants, you must ace that they have hon pastor.

Baptist -. Sunday to provide health Insuranceto moa and of)Hit dtmand to met la mawrf,
School 9-43: a. m. Woiahlp\ 11a. the' disabled" to Improve w la HMt ton ar leans Im Mljl*, Wild** plenty of water.God knows too, that a soul must CHURCH OF GOD

m. and 7:30: p. m,. Choir the public assistance program Mia (iMirfinf hi Hw Im al l tat, M tmm., yl ,.ijibe 432 N. St. Clair St.. Starke.

practice 6:30: p m. Prayer and programs relating:: to, the)I l mail ar lacwty ar wf af i Mt ass)!) lee a rn watered in order for it to mature and (grow Sunday' School; 10; ,.* m.

meeting Wednesday 7:30: ( p m. welfare,, and health of. chil (Mnmn and MM Imdom nthidi wa haM N A Worship Services 'lit am..
Mrs Henry Dunn of Jacksonville dren to revise the Income daag will Nwnlobly pinliL Tedam, wee, V o and 7:30 p. m. YPB. Wednesday

was! a Sunday guest of tax treatment of, the aged Pr' MmeuMdplmefrkaewdid/aapd "..and tots, thalt' 60 like a watered garden, I 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting -
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar and for other purposes." MM Oiutih It, Nu mho al Hit nlhn*l NM. '
Carter and
Friday. 7:30.JLJ: m.-Bev.L. .
Mrs. Lois Carter. Mis!! Debbie The ,House Ways and t4 tas end bb fandly. I. nit, ba.we, and< tike /a spring o/ water, whose waists fail S. Williams pastor,
Phillips spent the latter part of Means Committee has held Pt wary pawl timid ,pk M and aorthlaMa e k) + : ..

KAISER ALUMINUM'S PATENTFQ the week visiting the. Carters Public hearings 0", this bill '' the Owirtli kwouia N Lan tka hug ebeef ROt." 114L S8;II KINGSLBY LAKE

and other relatives. and is now In session behind ami til, awrti and KHiiy HM tvt wkkk
; BAPTIST
closed doors.It 4 "" ....,.-......... CIICRCft t
Mrs. B. E. Reddish was ,,visiting ( aim win M aim kM la In at a driM at ,
TWIN-RIB her son, Ray Reddish, Is Important that all Attend Rejujarly and receiveyour Sunday SchooiC 9:43: a. m.
I Church
Senior .
Citizens in Bradford Morning' Worship. 11
and, family In Miami for a few a. m.
days. County (not only club mem- hmlll I111111111IIIIIIZII dIiG u m Lo.dll I spiritual nourishment. -3err. '. Training Union 0:19: p. m.

ROOFING AND SIDING Miss Elizabeth Terry visited bers! write to your congl'Ns-i) ._ Evening Worship 7:30: p' m.Midweek .
men and .
>' guaranteed 20 years VSJ36 I her land sister In ,Gainesville Mrs. C. E. Monday\Strick your views Senators on this expressing Important UJmWlIWBlwulmnunlmmWHlIIJImIIIUrn m J/IWI/ lIIilll lmWIIII UII I mIllW I m III I II illID III I mlllmlllllill tlI I IIi V91 WIIlill! IIQ.1 II ,Wednesday,Prayer,'7:30: p.. :m.Service." Rev.

and Tuesday.The bill, and ask them to vote Jim RlRdou. paator. Ponveu g let

R. E. Lea family spent favorably when It comes up \yorahlp togetherAt,

CORROSION GUARANTEE Monday evening with her par- for Senate action In tho House and This Feature. Published in the Interest of a Better,Cornniunity; by the Follow. -
Kafiar( Aluminum rooting and aiding l la guaranla nol) ents. Mr, nnd Mrs. a. I.. Peterson some time in May. i I \ CHURCH OF CIRI| ,|T.,
to leak "from perforaljona' caused by corrosion pro- In Arlington.Mr. We had lotq of fun at our ing Civic-Minded Business Firms ,; Sunday
vlded I Kaiser Aluminum accassoriaa are used .In Installation White pjejjbant: } Sale llr I ''' ; Bible Study; 10
< oted> :
and Mrs o. J, Anders
and roofing and aiding ar e not .In contact with by a.,in. ,Morning '
Mary, and < Wonhlp and
dissimilar, matala' or ground. No othar damage coveed.Twln.Rob were Sunday dinner guests of Gene Bishop''
guaranteed 20 years. Limited to replacementof II we raised a pica, eum of FAULKNER BUSH'S STARKE BUILDERS Communion! .,Service,,lVfim.Bvenintr f .

roofing and aiding only.Prorated alter 10 year based money tar ,our treasury I ... ., 'f' f.. services.6.30.: *..
on prices' at time ol adjustment/ Guarantee application I which SINCLAIR ,SERVICE GULF SERVICE Wednesday .
will be Worship *
erv'W7
I, used for ,
mailing
must be approved Not transferable. Limited to 'farm, : SUPPLIES Inc.
or residence installations., purposes. j i -, I t-{ .P,*. m. Minister" Ja4 P.
I We miss our old friends. U-HAUL. RENTALS Tune-ops- Brake Repair --

,Flossie ana 'Everett Prescott: :I *.. Truck Trailer Wheel_' I 'Balancing I : g Featuring Paint AoComplntn iyerdwarS" ,.
'
Cover your building faster;..You'll find It easy and Mrs Isabel' Firth" and Bnpplleal 'S'PORN)1I8810NAII1I''
fast install and Mrs. Mr Most\ Complete Line of 1l.lt, and Sporting Goode "BAPTIST'' CUURCII t '
to our long wide strong Twin-Rib i Joe Setln. We. )hope Complete Lubrication
sheets. Lengths of 6 to 24 feet 48'< wide after-lap- they will be in good shape to 1 Minor Tune-lips and Tackle in Bradford "CIiixjc WITH I1ftJ, Fi1eBy's'' 4133' W.: "Pratt St. Sundayservices

pi0g..saves time, money, labor. Fewer side and attend our. picnic. which. will 210 Washington> ,. St. 4-5270 r
263 N. Temple Ph., : Sunday School 10a.
end laps mean a tighter roof. .stait soon. ; 709 S. Walnut Ph. 86-t-5899 964-7381 :
i: in. Preaching i| 'a.m..Training .
Keep It up to 15*. cooler.TwIn-Rib roofing and Marion Courtney sister of I. Union, .:1S
: m.
p.
siding reflects the sun so well that your buildings Ask to H New C.' Drlscoll. has returned' DOYLE CONFER Edward Grocery. ,& Lawson Meat ,Market Evening I : : Worship. Th p...' m. I

stay noticeably cooler In summer. Your livestock vr t'. Jersey she was a ANn COLD STORAGE; Everyone weJoom *- Elder
I
and poultry stay healthy produce more. i Charley Jolly person ,and we enjoyed Insurance Agency Mkt. .: I TI 9. WllUanjfl, -fiat r. 13'11DEDA'j
herlong ..vlalt.I We aped! .lire In Omtom SlaughterS ; I II
Build for the futur...Because It needs little or no
r Janet Bowden'a '' A V tag. Cutting'* WraPrpre4 I
-E pplig"'
daughter
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B"IST
maintenance the big sheet is an Investment In a E.Johns. I Jessie also returned to New With Groeerfe1eatsl'eedlt for Deep .-.- f (Brooder]
Your Mutual
trouble-free future. And it protects without painting Jersey, Agent Gaa &. Oil *
after a alee visit with j Sunday School, io
;. m.
since it can't rust or Get all the facts PIIONB 96t-to59<
warp. -
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about Kaiser Aluminum Twin-Rib hermother.. I 222 N. Temple] Ph. 961-7369 Ph. 964-5312 Starke 'Fla. I Morning Worship, 11 ... m.
roofing and sid-
Alex Mortln Is expecting I j Trajnlng Union.. 'p.-m.XBv: : -
ing. Ask for free "Facts" booklet.
our
his daughter her husband, Dewnr c. JONES. i ning? : Service, 'a p. m>< tev
NOW* LOW" About this question: ,Starke66", Service
and children this week for a'' \0 Lacy.
y. :' $1295 short visit. st.I FUNERAL HOMES r I ; Conway; pastor., -,< <.
,Spring N here! -. timeto I BILL EDWARDS 1.
Our next meeting will beheld Starke Ph._ 961-6200 I LAURA BAPTIST
KAISER clean fix and -
up up Tuesdair. Apr. 25. at the Brake Service-Wheel Balance OF STARKE.INC. I Sunday' Sot3ool C fc43: .. m.
ALUMINUM paint up. Let's all pitch into Keystone HeightsPh. I -
Recreation Center at 7:30 ?:
: p and Alignment i Morning WorshlpU.;: % m.
AVAILABLE AT make Starke and sur- m Your presence there will UA_ 3.01: : NORTH 473-3178 Evening Worahipfc'.7:3; : : 9. m.

roundings look bright and '' make you happy. and other. 613 N. Temple.;.. Ph. 964-7231 Ph. 964.7600 Starke, Fla. -. Prayer ,Meeting,. ,IWOIIM4daT,
inviting to match our community -.' happy\/ too. I 7:30 p. fn..,-Rev.: LalheaiMo
Farmers Mutual -J pride.Charley i Gee pastorc. iI Charley E. Johns Sinclair Refining Co. Hurst: Shell Service

E. Johns I Agency W. L 'TlionuM trlbutor FIRST PRB8BYTERIAir,
I Sunday SchobtT b43 a. m.
ExchangePhone Agency TUE K.1GI1T POINT, for the ISl. S.. Walnut, .-b* B04-0070: OASOLlXF.1iKER08INB: CARLDURST Morning. Worship 11 a. m.
way you write.. Comd1n\ ,(IENZLtL: lNSVR.ulCI, Fuel OQ and 4troeaa I Youth FvHowahlp 0 p. n.CfcoU .

131 S. Walnut] St. and ueltot your favorite. ES-, UiCtutrtey ....... US a. Walnut, StartoP Hwj. 301 .k 100 ..Ia. tU-' ,U t rraotlc Wednesday
Bat Noy
964-7871 Starke Fla. Nobody .
TERBROOK fountain pea. III .''
I PHONE .964-5070 'j E. John Atenes '+ *..M4-6146 ( Rev.p. Robert D. BurcZaaPACE .ltd;{




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WOWELT. ROBERTS.:
Housing Loans Now AvailableIn Plaintiff.acOTTIK .
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-1IS- z.. ROBERTS GLASS Thnt'8 Our Business"If
All Family Income Groups Defendant
nwrirn' of BUT
TO !SI-OTT1K :. RLIJCRTSADDR9IIS It's Glass W nave It"
6' : AND HRJH-:
Appllcatlona for per cent! Interest plus one- PENCE UNKNOWNYOU CALL WRITE or VISIT
housing loans are of a per cent mortgage ARM HEREBY: NOTPI !.
i Ii. (,CO that an action for dlvori- FOR ANY GLASS NEED
; ri 4 A accepted from charge for those in, has bus,. tiled against you and
Income groups above-moderate income .. you are required. to nerve a We Design Modern Store Fronts
of written defenses. ,
.1. copy your
.
J pervisor, Charles H. If any to It on Eugene: / F Fo>
: Just Mail Us A Pattern
( the Farmers Home Farmers Home Adminis Shaw, Attorney for plaintiff
whose address Is 122 Smith, .
Table>> TopsSHEA'S
tration said' this i Insured! loan funds Walnut Street Stark., Florida .
Until recently i provided by banks and and file the original with. the
private lenders and In- Clerk of the above styled Courton :
available only for i or before May S* 1167 otherwise "
with low and with the govern a judgment may be en. GLASS CO.
'. Insurance endorse-, t.red against you for th* relI.t *
comes. .
demanded In thenm .
guaranteeing their re- plaint.
Mr Little said W1TNKS3 my hand and the 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FH24353STALLINGi'S .
cing for families seal of said Court on Mnrih
moderate income I list 1967.
e NOTICEI CHARLES A. DARB!
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sumed by the AS CLKHK: OF SAID c-ornr
will not be responsible for By Beiilah M Moody
Scene" u-t Ijiwlry' market celebration lawt !Saturday) (above I new allocation ,.of I debts made by anyone A* Deputy Clerk

left) part of the targe crowd enjoying m..lc provided by Glenn II I authority' granted than myself.-Sam Mc- 4-0 4t 4-J7

show from Jacksonville. Aboe right! Master II dent Johnson. .A 4.13 6-4 / CORNER
Rfcvan and hi* TV 4tp NOT1CH' OF INTKVUOV:! TO
order March !J7
I
of Ceremon'rn' Reeve' Introduces the Keven young contestant for II HKUIMTKH. tmTiriOt'N. ',. )fAMU
the agency to insure Th. Notice I I. hereby given that
County' ,
Jidm'i Ci
Lmvtey's Junior Strawberry QmM n. Ixmrr right: The. winner, lion more in nOU8I ".-"' nrd CooO'JI'', "5ta.' of>*r the undersigned under the pro.

Qiiwn. Debra Ann Jordan (In front)) Norma Jean Prevail (!left), I families of the upv MIU.. ,,,.of Ethel Mandy Wbll, of visions Florida.of Chapter Acts of 80 1941.953 ;Laws will OASIS LOUNGEYour

first runner-up; and Pamela Tye second runner-up. group between now *<*vaed.' register with the Clxrk of the
Th. Hint Of Florida To All Circuit Court In and. fur Bradford CLOSEST Spot For
30.
.
County Florida upon receipt
Action on new ap .. of hid Interacted Decedent.In the E*- of proof of publication, of WINES BEER
: LIQUOR -
Lawtev Market Celebration this notice the fictitious name
from persons in You are hereby notified that of Th. Plasa Barber Shop under

moderate income /'written to b. Instrument the Last Will purport.and which I am engaged In business Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M.
st 440 West Madison St. Starke,
of Maid decedent
been, a virtual
Between seven and eight official duties Wednesday' December. The bean. admitted to probate Inaid Fla.Johflni.. B. Thompson Rt. 1, Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. e 2 A.M(
hundred fish suppers were with a public appearance at Court. Box", lit, Lawtey Florida, eol.own.r. .

served by Ben-Star Farms Agriculture Day festivities in ....0""'" could taken meet all underthe You ar six. hereby calendar commanded. month Dated. this 4th day of April SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHSOR

Inc last Saturday night in Tallahassee. where Bradford the date of the first pub. A.D., 1987 at Htarke Bradford
$25 million | of this notice to ap. County' Florida. QUARTS
celebration of the reopeningof County strawberries were on
If ,
In wild
authority for the Court and show 4-6 4t 4-27
the Lawtey strawberry display. This event Is spOn- I ., If any you can why the
8 Mi.( South of Starke U. S. 301Serving
cal on
w' year.There of said Court In admit
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market for the first time in sored l by Commissioner of .. NOTICH OK S\IH I
) t haa been said will to probate should Sealed, bids. will be receivedfor .
20 Agriculture Doyle Conner for
a'ears. ". >stand onrevok.d.BIt1AL .
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the sale and removal cf
ruption of the
Highlight of the festivitieswas the purpose of displaying ( ) I the old brick building
loan program for THPRON. A. 'YAWN. Connty located next to :'hn.kr: t Hn'iIn '
Junior Florida ;
the crowning of .a agricultural productsfor ) .
Bradford ,
CountyFlor. ,
> .... t i Hamptoni'Kla.'until/ !' April 10.
moderate Income
Strawberry Queen [US yearsor officials. Legislators and / .M..... I Ir &. .I tad 56O P.M.;:: : at n'.ilrh I rime I
younger] with the honor other key interests. :tt which has an By .Colored Dampier, Clerk DM* will be opened An 1 read Florida
... First publication on April 11, i aloud and the building sold
going to pretty blonde Debra Following the fish fry last '. $300 million for | the hlphat bidder. for cash.to Since 1950
Ann Jordan daughter of Saturday!! short speeches were ''" 'I. Mr. Little said 4/13 4t lit! The successful bidder will be

Marshal and Mrs. M. M. Jordan made by Phil Cronkhltt for- ,. .. \. 1'. iV. from families in NOTICN OP" APPLICATION allowed/ of 80 building days. / for and thai removal 97tarda ]resting; Service, 1M.

of Lawtey. Seven pretty mer manager of the Starke .i. are being Intt lot. Mall bide.. to City: ctean'l
!girls competed for the title, State Farmers Market, and I ,i.' : .''''.. Farmers Home NOTICE FOB) t I TAX HKRKBT nEED: OIVEM. Hamptonr. lila.' -..-.............. ..........,.....,.............
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"..... .....4.>.. ... ,. tion office at \ Carlfur.t the holder or ;,4 4 4-27
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with the winners chosen by a O. T Hugglns. county: agent, :: ..: _" ""' I following certificated bet _
panel of three out-of-town commending strawberry growers 16th Avenue in aald certificate for a tax Im. Th. CoorS at the Con.trJudico
their contribution to which serves : .. 'to be Issued thereon."The> Bredrurd Ciiuntr.Florid Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
judges.
on .... .
\ number and year *, HrobateIn
Debra performed her first the county's economy. ford. and Clay Issuano, the, .description of r"l: .Kntata of ETHEL Eaves
I The Farmers prop.rty, and the name" "In J 'Atn>Y- WHITE, Deceased.To Welcomes I
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minstration a blch. Itwa.* aeneaaed are as AU Creditor and Persons Representative J1
i ,VYYYVY'VV' VYVVVYYY'THERESSA' ford Linda, and Patricia *: HavlnjClalma" or .Demands
961-5811
Ph. You and Your
Department of No. 48 '-* Tear of :.s.alesatd Estate:
at
recently spent the rUht the U. S. ) .ua n..* 18M( Description of You and each of you are 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
the summer home of Mr. and E% of NK>4 of NB!:<" hereby notified and required to
Mrs. Howard Osteen of cy for Insuring NE .' HIM 27; 'T-6-8 'R-il-q/ PCenent!: shy claim and demands Starke New Home
ship loans both for .. ,.In which assessed Eva;: 'which''' you, or either of
NEGLECTEDSHRUBS Starke on Bedford Lake, non-farm families !yssu, may have against the ea-I
By Linda Crawford: while Douglas and Stanley, Qr..ml.rEt.W property b.iiffc Irt tat. ot Ethel Mandy White,:
areas including County'; of Bradford Slate deceo'Sod late of said County The State of Florida
,Ic. s .AAAAAAAAAAASAAAAAAAA4HOPE Mike Hanks Douglas Sullivan more than 5.500 FlorIda. to the County, Judge of Bradford :I|

\ Ricky Hall Ernie Alvarez "The service U Unless.. such. certificate or oer County, Florida, at hisoffice ,, U Is I Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
BAPTIST CHURCH shall be redeemed ao In the court house of|
and David Newham, rural people who to law the property aid' County at Starke I To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
The New Life Bible Club Is camped near the Lake. The to obtain : :crlbd In such certificate. or W*, within six lo'lo.1
I i \held each Monday after occasion was to celebrate the ... .. will be .old to th. months from the time I of
'. CAN BE financing from '. bidder at the court house first publication of this
.. school. Please.encourage birthday of Douglas. Mr. and ers on terms >they 9n. the first Monday In irt. claim or demand notlr.1 you are new In the area, a phone
your child to attend andbring Mrs. Osteen and sons joined of May, 1967, which !Ie I IB writing, and shall .
: a friend. onably be expected LhD.N ICy of May. 1 rO 7. plao of residence and post office I call will bring; you a prompt visit
them
night.
DANGEROUSPerhaps I Saturday: or insured loans this 23rd day March, address of the claimant.alld ,
Everyone is invited to come Ernie Trlest and Gerald .shall b* worn to by the from local hostess. Please give
other agencies in Charles C. Darly your _ _
HIS OR attorney
/ 1 not to thl, and participate! in our rec- Crawford recently campedon field." Mr. Little Clerk of Circuit Court of claimant, and 'any such agent claim or demand --
extent but replacement ran reation ab the Theresa Community the Trlest lot on Bedford "We are Bradford' '. County Florida not .(v fll.'<1 shall be void, her a call! She has maps and many
? be Now In the Center each Friday 3-30 4t 4-20 Olin W. Whlta Jr.
t very cotttly. Lake. Late that night the
above
serve As executor of the Last Will
night at 7:30 The recreation free and wonderful gifts for
: you
time for oil emulHlon, spray. boos were raided by a few families in THH CIRCUIT COURT OF" and Testament of Ethel Mandy
Protect your shrubbery night Is sponsored by Hope starving track boys named. EIGHTH JUDICIAL C1H- Whit dcaed.
that are not more from local businesses.
First April 13,
publication
I Baptist Church. OF KIXmlDA IN AND
from Inaecta. Be first In Johnny Warren. Plen Qnann, than the BIIADPOHI COUNTY.. $U87
your community to rail 1 904fl7W I Sunday School at 10 a. m., and Dennis Hall. standard for ;] NO. 48 k 4/13 it 54| I'
for oil emulsion Morning Worship 11 a. m.,, -
your ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dewltt Her- All rural'FHW
'Training Union 6:30: p. m., "If'r -- ..
sey. and Martin were recent loans may run
Evening Worship 7:15. Wednesday
:
.pray.PEST dinner guests at the home of of 33 '
mum years. 'Adkln&a
night Prayer Serviceat
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'I Mr and Mrs. Dick Blake of cover the cost of a :
after 7:30.:serricesPERSONALS with. choir practice]jI Gainesville. I adequate homesite AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

i CONTROL & CHEMICAL I,, r Little Martin Hersey son. home ,

COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Crawford of Mr and Mrs. Dewitt Her- Interest rates are S ,

539 E. Call Street Phone, 96 (-574.5 I I Sing recently at Highland attended Baptist a Gospel -I sey the was home a weekend of a guest friend at In for moderate borrowers Income In SALES'&'SERVICE. Farm and Industrial I LADIES WEAR Office Equipment

Equipment!
I Church in Highland.Mr. Gainesville. O Jeep Jeepster !! Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office

.. and Mrs. O L. Craw- Mrs! W C Loper's sister Mrs.Starke Laura. visited with Family of 4 tttieel Drive Santa Fe Tractor, Most Fashionable EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorIzed

I .o RAMBLER'Ridgway Address For Ladies
Inc.

Now CAMARO PACESETTER SALE week.Mr.: and Mrs.' Motor Co. FORDFarm PRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY W.1ARACCESSORIES Dealer

dell visited. W, C. 113? 8. Main Tractor &: ImplementsFord Clary-Victor--Totallla
who wasIn the Machines CalculatorsSALESSERVICERENTALS
Gainesville 372-84.13 Industrial Equipment 7 W. University, Gainesville Adding ,
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County Hospital. I'' USED EQUIPMENT
:, Mr. and Mrs. m m, SALES PART SERVICE MEN'S WEAR SAVE TIME: Dlftcuiia your
Searle I requirement with UM first.
were supper PICK UP & DELIVERY'
the home of Mr. BRASINCTONADILLACOLDSMOBILZ HIS NW. Sixth Gainesville L & L Men's Shop I 528 N. Main St. ,Galnonvllle

I R. Crawford of : Phone 376-2548: I. Florshelm Shoes Phone 876-5331

I urday night. .. : Inc Peso Pluma Suits I I

I We are proud to SALES & SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIES Ladies Sports WearS PAINT & GLASS
that Miss Gloria FIne EMevtlon of Used Can Arrow Dress Shirts

cently .won the Taken On Ctullllwc Trade Johnson & Paris: Inc. ISV.. University, Gainesville Lidd I1 Paint &

I phy/ given the child 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Complete Line of I -

__ most points for PHONE 378-5301 ft EEDSFLANTS.InsectIcidesPet .- MOBILE HOMES i iMUSTANG' Glass Co.
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-' -; : Bradford Roping SuppliesFERTILIZERS KYANIZE PAINTS
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I is the daughter of } ." I GlaM -Mirror Sliding Door-

Mrs. Ernest Triest. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Mobile Homes, Inc. Tub Enrlonu/ res-Shower Door

the trophy for 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville'. Dlwmint Mobile I. -WindowsAwningCarpet.WallpaperStorefront -

seven age group. Authorized Sale A Service PHONE 372-0476 Home Sttlrft Lot. !!

Mrs. O. .I..., University, Galnesvull GaInesville., FIi Purchase discounts on entire Consultation
and Patricia Phone 372-4251 I lift N.W. Sixteenth !St.!
chain guarantee huge savings.
tended the CLASS: GAINESVILLE 372-8191
NEW MOON CAPELLA
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IJPrr._ -JL-J----! 4: Crawford's niece, Crane's ImportsVolvo GAINESVILLEGLASS PACEMAKERUsed I

.. .... Seeley. and
--; --- ,.- A Dog-las (Mercedes-Bens) Mobile Homes Law, SEWING MACHINES

Lake City. Miss i FIAT-HILLMAN CO., INC. Priced. With approved credit I

Camaro's lower, widerheavierroomerthan ? daughter of Mrs. N. Main Oalneovlll* EVERYTHING IN GLASS" low as $100 down. I National Sewing

Jackson, of Starke Phone 372-4373 Store Fronts Mirrors 4820 N.W. ISth St. ....I North

any other car at its price. And sfarting today, recent High School.graduate Mr.of Window Sliding Glass flalneavllle, 378-1348 I, 'Machine Co., Inc.

Beauty.AcademyPOWELL'S Doors Tub Enclosures CALL COLLEC'TMotorcycles New Home, Platt Nelco,
there's another reason to buy right away t the son of Mr. and 8038 N. R. Waldo Rd. Universal Sewing Machines
Scooters I
Odom ofi Lake City. -
Galneovllfe 3762084University Sale & Service
: specialty equipped Camaros at special savings. ding was held at
CYCLERAMAMotorcycles Nearly New Units $5 monthly
Baptist Church in /Beauty. Academy Glass Budget Terms Available

rr You get all this : the big 155-hp Six, Mr. and Mrs. a. Profession In Your 611 W. University Gainesville
& Co. Inc.
dell of Glazing
Time. Full or Part Tim 378-1305
'" : deluxe steering wheel and extra inferior trim, ; visited Mr. and ft EVENING CLASSES MIRRORS .BIIW. YAMAHA
Swindell and Low Tuition Term

: ", wheel. coverswhitewalls, bumper guards front and rear t.i... afternoon. 219 N.W.'10th Ave. Tub S AUTO Enclosure GLASS- Shower SALES ACCESSORIES SERVICE TILES & PAINT

Mr. and Mrs. O. Oal ie vllle 318-1706 Doors Store Fronts .

: wheeL opening moldings and body side_striping. +:. .. ford and family 1319 & Main- Gainesville 615 W. University 378-2811 Oaknesvllla i ''FUNTKOTB TILE

,. tended the I 378-9951 Vinyl.-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt
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Graham Baptist CONCRETE PRODUCTS
MOVERS I II. Floor Finishing ProdJcts

H' Mr and Mrs. H. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR IRON ORNAMENTAL CARPET -
.. : j NOEXTRACOST! i I. Long Distance Moving
settle were recently CONCRETE! PRODUCTSARE Ornamental Iron Local WALLPAPERTenneyTile
: :.._ Now, during the sale, the pedal hood itrtpe Carolina visIting THE BEST FROM Steel Stair DrayageIItorB&e & Paint
Pocking
: -(CratingShipping
: r",' and floor-mounted shift for the 3-peed. trantmUilon and Richard his family, Mr.: Edward's Building Fabrication A Erection of 2222 N.W. 6th St.

: I. .: are available at no extra coitl Light Structural SteelS FREE ESTIMATES CALL Gainesville 378-1302
Jones
.- University. Supply Inc. Miscellaneous Iron
s.. your Chevrolet dealer now and lavel Mrs. ; HILL'S MOVING
Cloversettle ,72' 8- Main-372-4844 Steel Products Co.155 -
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tended the Bob
GAINESVILLE FLA. & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL
r, slty Bible N.W.3rd Blvd.,Oalneavllle
".. altogether had a" 3725381JANITOR'S 3340 N.E. Waldo Rd.

I -c able trip. I ELECTRIC "MOTORSELECTRIC Gainesville 372-4271 House of Travel,
ii' GM : SUPPLIES
MUSIC
: _wm CARD OF T INC.

Spence '
CAMARO CHOSEN 1967 INDIANAPOLIS 500 PACE CAR .., Lipham Music Co. AIRLINES!
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09 8144 the feeling WIt Motor Repair Co. SuppliesJanitorial Gainesville Shopping Ctr. R. R.

sympathy. Of Gainesville, Inc. Supplies ;-.* Clean- 872-S3A3 Hotel! Car Rentals!
S beautiful flowers, RepairingRewindingN In,: Chemicals Wax 110 N. W. 10th AvenueAuthorized No Charge For Our Service

BALDWIN CHEVROLET. Inc. other courtesies of and Used Broom' Brushes J- Mops Weekdays 8:30 to 5:00
Baldwin Pianos A
Organ
friends who were.' WORK GUARANTEED_ Buckets Restroom Supplies. Sat. 9 to 12.
,
Guitars Gibson
us during the brief* 1030 S: Main' Gal .*vttl. *' Equipment Goya. 3415' W. University Ave.

death of our father. Phone 372-8318 107 SE :3nd O'vUl, 372-2186 I Drum LudwIg Slingerland Gainesville 3781001rA 1w
NORTH PHONE 961-7500 STARKE, FLA. Feuder Standard Amplifier
U. S. 301
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA. '

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STARKB. FtORTOt. THURSDAY APRIL. 20. 1967
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Keystone First Rhoden Keystone Legion For Airport

KEYSTONE HILITES Baptist Church ResignsAs


By Jim Fox Activities CoachAt Wins Honor Council Hunters

Please Phone In Your Items
473-4148 The regular monthly meetIng Post Citation ,

of the WMU of the First

The Keystone Heights ton vice-president; Louise Baptist Church of Keystone KeystoneAt During the annual American

Woman' Club wil I sponsor Gallop, treasurer; Joan Wright Heights was held at the churchat Legion 5th District Con- On LeaseKeystone
their annual card 10 4. Agree
spring: party secretary. a.m. Tuesday, Apr. ference Just held at Daytona

and luncheon on Friday, Apr. SENIORS SPONSOR with the president Mrs. Lea- Its April 10 meeting In Beach. the KeystoneMelrose -
21. at the Masonic Hall. UOMANLESS BEAUTY mon Ward presiding.The Green Cove
Springs the Clay Post 202 awardedthe
Just a reminder that card PAGEANTLast ."all to prayer was given was Heights' City will pay the costs of the lease

playing will begin at 10:30: Friday night the Senior by Mrs. Stella Stanley, and I County unanimously School to Board accept voted the "Honor. Post of 1967"citation. Council and Sportsman'sClub andi take It to Miami to lleekproposed

sum. There will be, a luncheon class of Keystone Heights Mrs. Anabel Anthony presented j I resignation of Les Rhoden as The 8th District Includes agreed on stipulationsin Keystone on Parade-
break at noon. and card playIng sponsored a Womanless Beauty the program on "First and a lease for the Keystone Aviation Agency.
coich and teacher at the the counties of Clay Duval,
will be resumed after the Pageant at the school cafetorium. 20th Century Churches." I Airport in a special meeting In other action the Coun-

luncheon.On I This was a fund-raising The' Faye Taylor Circle m >tat -t 4 aW'' Il IlI Keystone Heights School. Flagler Nassau Putnam. St. Monday night.Sportsman cil:
Final acceptance of his resignation Johns, and Volusla with 31
Tuesday. Apr. 25: Mrs. project for the Senior. clam the home of Mrs. W. P. Club members Agreed to allow the Worn-'

Mary Strange will give a book trip, which is scheduled. for the Magnus with the chairman, j'j: from the school posts and 4.487 members. spent about 45 minutes going an's Club use any of the facilities -'

review at the monthly lunch 23rd of this month. The students Mrs. Cora Marshburn, in system was delayed for approximately Post 202 has been permanently -; over the lease polnt-by-point needed to produce the

eon meeting of the club. All will have an educational charge. The devotional was two weeks from organized only since, inan effort to end months I proosed Keystone!\ on Parade
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members are urged to attend. tour of New York City. given by Mrs. Bertha Ward. Keystone 4-H Club Members that date, however "to determine -I November 1966 and their of confusion that havo exist- .

DUPLICATE IJHHMJK The following 'boys revfeale.l after which plans for aidingthe If a transfer can bo effected" Honor Post citation was ed over the leasing aitange- Day.Rescinded a motion made'

Winners of the Keystone their Womanless figures In Vacation Bible School were for Rhoden to some awarded for their five-month merits in March supporting toll-free
Take Part In Dress RevueClay
Duplicate Bridge Club on bathing suits and evening discussed and a Royal Service other school in the county. ,activity in having Increased City Attorney Berwick Anderson phone service between Key-

Thursday Apr. 13, were: first gowns: Malcolm Johnston, Circle program- was presented.The Clay County School SuperIntendent membership Veterans's Day is to draw up: a new stone and Gainesville. Reason

place with 68 points, Mr. and Daryl Johnston, Wayne Homer, Nell Perace Circle met County's annual: 4.H She Is now teaching the :Sth Jesse Tyne said work In seven community 'lease Incorporating the changes was{ the 88 ,cent per month

Mrs. Ray Starnes; second place T. C. Miller Wayne Kuj Kendall at the home of Mrs. R. O. Dies Revue was held 'Saturday grade In Green Covo Springs. Wednesday that Rhoden had cemeteries donation of mostly concerning boun- rate hike that would bu necessary -

with 66 points, Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Warren, Johnny Mann at 10 ..a.m. Tuesday, night Apr. 8, at 7:30: p.m. Additional interest was glvon .. ben offered a position on the American flags to school and daries the sportmen are to for residents.

Fremont Tolles; third place, Moon, Carl Hewitt, Donnie 0'- Apr. 11. The .(:-chairman Mrs. in the Charles E. Bennett to the program by Mlxa coaching staff at Orange youth organizations formation observe. It was decided that Agreed to back the tax

Mrs. Nan Hopkins and Mills Steen, Gary Cooper. Terry Michael Adams, conducted the Cafetorlum, Gi'eon Cove Betty Sheridan: who played Park High School, but had of 17 working committees the hunters would remain collector 100 per cent in the

Sally Mansfield; and, fourth King and Jeff Batts. The business session and Mrs. Springs background music as the girls not accepted or rejected It as for Americanism, school, outside the fences which surround collection of some old property '

place, Mr. and. Mrs. Al Bacliinann. "local beauties" were judged Edith Johnson gave the call Fourteen girts modeled garments modeled. yet.Rhoden rehabilitation child welfare the runway. taxes.

by Mrs. Luann. Bennett, Hugh to rayel'. The program on I maje In their clothing: Judges. for the event were submitted his resignation program for donating historical Spartsman Club members Decided to repair the
SERVICE MKN'S COKNKK Ollphajit and Mrs. Jennnga Home and Foreign. MIsHlons projects, and Mrs. Evelyn t>y- Mrs. E. W. Ivy and Mrs. R. 13. In a lengthy letterto documents to schools and pre-
sent truck and
dump delaycondlseratlon
We now have George-Allen'* Murrhee. Malcolm Johnston work of the Brazilian Baptist surt of Green Cove narrated Loftin of Green Cove Springs. the Clay County School public buildings organization

address: Spec. 4 George F. Allen received first place honors Convention was led by Mrs. thr program, which wall a partof Pictured above are membersof Board. The letter' was!'! not Incorporated of a Ladles Auxiliary unit. GARDEN CLUB of purchasing

) RA 14932946: :Battery D>, with Wayne Homer as first Adams with uevctn members the t.xtehalon,; Homemakers the Keystone 4-H Club who In the minutes of and setting up a monthly OF THE LAKES budget a new U i made.Accepted one until.. the new

6th Battalion* 71st Artillery" runner-up, and Johnny Warren participating. Family Fun Night.Mrs. participated In the Junior the April 10 meeting end was newsletter.An .

APO San Francisco, 96240.George second runnerup.On Refreshments were served) Pynart was formerly a Dress Clothes Division: (from not made available for pub election of officers will The Garden Club of the a proposal from

is presently stationed Wednesday night of this by the circle hostesses. professional model and concert left) Polly Mathls. Cheryl 1 lication. be held at the meeting on Lakes will meet at 1 p. m- Leo Hill to replace the motorin

In Viet Nam, near Nha Trang. week, the Senior class presented Mnger and her prcfrsglonal Tomes ((1st place), Sonya Pay- Rhoden Is completing: his May 4. Thursday Apr. 7, at the the police car or repair
The YWA meets twice each touehea. added much glamewr'I ton ((3rd place), and Connie, the present one for $200 and
(Please be sure to drop him a a light comedy "Aunt third year at the Keystone home of Mrs. R. P. Vogh-
line when month and participates In Interest to the program. Mask replace the tires with, retreads -
you are able. Cathie's Cat in the school' and Heights school and was named An Interesting program is *
community missions projects, for 60.
WOMKN'S GOLFAHSOICIATION cafetorlum. June Ridaught ----- basketball "Coach of the planned with Lt. H. R. Clem- $
mission'study, and program meal off me. My father finally
$ gave en excellent performance Year" In the mons, Information educat-
Suwannee Valley -
On. Thursday Apr. 13, the as Aunt Cathie and Uu. sup- Mrs. Laurence Carroll is director jvvVvvVrvyvyVVYvvvvMELROSE.. guests for the weekend were l Conference for the season found Mr. Reed, and got some ion officer with the Game Music Festival :
ladles of i of this group of young her daughter and family Dr. gas. You will never know how
the Keystone WGA porting characters portrayedby just closed.: His varsity baa- & Fresh Water Fish Commission -
qualified for the.Alken Tournament -: various members of the ladles and reoorta! take that they in and Mrs. George T. Single- ketball team had a 19-8 record glad again.A. .we were to see home as the speaker. To Be Held
which are planning part Marsha Tom. Bob, .
will run for /Senior:: class. ton and and went
three. weeks. ''I Mrs. Ann Kraus. Mrs. Jorge preparations for the coming and Marsha's girl friend, finals. to the region .'B. and Katie Howard and

The nominating committeehas Valldejull and Mrs. Corbett. revival. By Sally Rothhammer Sandra Sanderson, all of Rhoden Is my grandparents Hubert and At Orange ParkA
also accredited a bottle and letting them eat
presented to ,the member. members of the faculty Gainesville.Mr. Palma, Chitty, all ot Starke
Keystone G. .meetings are held each A..A..A ......' with taking over when KHS the grass in the yard. She
of the WGA the following assisted the students Tuesday at 3:30: Mrs.L. and Mrs. S. O. Smith' foothill were supper guest of ours Sat- Clay County Music Fes-
fortunes
p.m. were at a had to fence her flower In to ?
late of officers: Freda Duplicate Bridge winners Oliva Domino urday night. We had a very tlval be held the
Wy- with their stage directions. A. Powell Is counselor and daughter. Mrs. low ebb will In
.
and building a winning keep the calves from them.D.
man, president; Mildred Sut- LITTLE LEAGUEASSOCIATION Mrs. W. P. Magnus co-coun- for two weeks! are: let place- and: granddaughter of Macon team In three years. The nice fish fry. Hubert and Palma T. Hudson of Jackson: Orange Park High School
Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. visited with theSmlth's spent the night, and fishedon stadium at 7:30
Oa. m. Friday
:
p.
selor. The girls are workingon Indians had ville la
a 7-3 record in visiting his ueughter
We that R. N. Livingston. 2nd placeMrs. last weekend. Sunday. They caught four Apr. 1. The theme Is "BornTo
hope no one was Forward Steps. Two who the 1966 season. and son-ln-lw, Mr. and Mrs.
offended !bY the suggestedrules recently passed the reviewing Cecil Hook arj Mrs. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dock bass and, two Jackflsh. Be Free."
W. J. Orollck for a week or
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS that were In our column, council are Frances Powell Gladys VanNetta. 3rd place: Ttaon' recently' was tier aunt Jim and Evelyn Brummet ten days. He would be happyfor Bands and Choruses from \

last week. However, It cannotbe who passed Queen Steps, and Mrs. C. W. Hardy and Mrs.F. Miss Martie Chamberlin of not past president Also/ Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Splceton of his old friends In this the various county schools

stressed enough the Importance Sandy Combaas, Maiden Steps T. Hogue. 4th place Mrs. Mlcanopy. Mr. and Ml'S. Bob- Dorothy Koon was not GranJ Panama City were guests of area to stop by and say hello will participate in this: first

of good sportsmanshipThe The reviewing council is composed Dick Kendall and Mr*. Ed. by Tison was dinner guests Treasurer! but Escort., Pete and Joyce.parton last The fish were biting fairly music festival. There will be

"little leaguers" are enJoying of Mrs. 'Bertha Ward Longnecker. 1st place. Mrs. at his parents home also. COMMUNITY CHIKCIT: I weekend. The BrumniPts came good over the weekend, according no admission charge but a

the games and the parents WMU president; Rev. Lawr- Gay Livingston and Mrs. Ray Birch T. Hutson, a former On Saturday, Apr. 22, at down to attend the wedding of : to Betty Griffin. Six silver offering will Nt taken

should follow suit. The ence Carroll, pastor; and Mrs. Starnes. Tied for 2nd place. resident here now residing 11:30: pm.. Community Church I their eon Jimmy and Miss boos from Georgia hive been according to announcement

mature father is never too old .J. K. Llmehouse, Sunbeam Mr. Paley Boyd and Mrs. In. Jacksonville, Is visiting for members will honor Rev. and Bunky Soto of Starke, Satur- staying at the Lodge, and by Gwendolyn A. Hernandez

to learn from his "growing" Leader _ John Starrws; Mrs. C. W. about ten days In the homeof Mrs. Leon F. Milner of Chico I day night. Mr. and Mr*. Ed had a nice catch of county 'music- teacher. '

MELROSE son. A simple but Important: Hardey and: Mrs. F. T Hogue. his daughter and husband, Texas with a. cover 1 .dish Caujftr! of Lawtey.. and Nell Mr. Shaw of apecs.MJj.an4 Jacksonville J_. -' ''PstililpaHiiir- school! are
The ..Sunbeam each.. ) I
message was conveyed by one mast 4th place. Mrs. Mary Cook Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Orollck. I supper Rev. Mllner will: be >ahd Buddy Gamer of Starke, fished over the weekend, W. E. Cherry Elementary

of the little leaguers when he Monday at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. J. JS. and Miss Iva Hlllyer. know he would love a call or guest-candidate preacher on were also guest of the Bar- and caught i t. nice string Dr Orange Park Elementary

BUSINESS said to his mother after losing Limehouse director, reportedtwo PTA meeting at Melrose visit from his many friends Sunday morning Atr, ft. tons. and Mrs. Moore of Atlanta.; Doctor'* Inlet. Elementary,
the game "Gee, mom, we only: new members at the last High School will be held The monthly and last Execu Leonard and Linda Swear- Oa down Orange Park Junior-Senior
came Sunday
I lost by one run." Needless to meeting. Include April 24 at 8 p. m. The Installation here.Mrs.. Reeves sixth grades at tive Board meeting of the ihgen and daughter Tammy and caught their on limit, one High Keystone Height Elementary
Sunbeam activities
DIRECTORY 'say, this young boy has set of new officers will Melrose High School vent to Church Women will bo held Lynn were weekend guests of weighing lift Ibs. HA was and Junior-Senior
Bible Mission Study.
an example for all of us to Study. be held at this meetlnc. St. Auguslne last Friday. They at 1 p.m. Monday, Apr. 74 his parents, Fred and Vera caught on extia-larg High, Clay High and Elementary -
an
follow.In and singing. They recently of For-engaged Brownie Troop 157 vent" on visited the home of the Deaf Final plans will be majo for Sweorlngen. Fred's mother, commercial shiner. Dunbar Hlgrt! and Miller -

HKAUTY SHOP, Saturday nights games Mission In the study book a Brazil. .a field trip last Tuesday to children. They 'visited in the the election of oflce1* for Mrs. Fred, Swearlngen Sr., and Carl Hurst and Elizabeth Elementary School.
Cunningham's Gulf defeated eign on Gold Head Branch, State dining room the class rooms. 19H7-8 and the May 1 even. friend Jay Wlngate of Jacksonville -
Refreshments served at Thomas came by Sunday -
are
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Belote' team 30. In the second Park. They enjoyed a hike the sleeping quarters and thepin Ing meeting! and reception of were down Saturdayand
each meeting, and all primaries 'afternoon with five base Carl MURRHEEInsurance
game Scales Rod and through the Ravine. and a new members of the clroen. did some work on Mrs.
ages 6 to 3, are urged to ,' ground> at the home. has purchased the lot next
SHOP White had a one-run margin tour through the campingarea. While In st. Augustine! they The Golden Book of Memory Swearlngen's lake place. Sun- AgencyRichard
attend. door to the Thomases. It
Owner In their win over the Volunteers Girls attending were is now In the Norvex of day afternoon visitors were
FAith Johnson
also toured the Old Fort ate
Mrs. Fred Ellis Is co-leader the looks like we will be built up
11-10. and Martha Church In which names of Vera's brother and sUter-ln-
Personal of the Sunbeams. Vicki Tlson Gay "sack lunches"* and returnedto all around the lake soon. Murrhee Agt.
&: Creative There will no longer be the Singleton. Lisa and Avis Mc- their school In time to loved ones are recordru. and law, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Ray and Alma Eddy and General Insurance

Hair Styling regular scheduled games on I Pherson. Audrey an1 Dauphine -' catch their busses home. the stated Sunday at which Mathis of Gainesville. children Alma' Fire Casualty Marine
Thursday evenings, but. Instead time altar flowers will be in were vlsltlnj Auto
Individual Beauty pare Levine. Kate Oaboardl Mr. and Mrs. Fonden Dau- Bonds
Peterson Hart Katie
Mrs. Charles of Oabordla daughter their parent Mr. and Mrs. T. I.Ncrwood. .
Every Form of Beauty Culture all of the games will be 'ford, Conn. Janice Smith. Helen Minton.Davis. of Mr. and Mrs. James C.OSMsr" Bachmann memory.i Is Mrs. Albert ghtry and!) family of Jacksonville over the veekend. Keystone Height 4734786SCHEDULE
for The the originator of
rescheduled Saturdays.
Open Tues.-Sat. 9-0; Mr. and Mra' Robert Hendry Brumbauorh Patricia '!. celebrated her] this were visiting the Lucky Other guest included Mrs. ,
this Is ceremony and donor of
schedule for Saturday :
Closed Monday Barot. an- Lutgens on Sunday.
were pleasantly surprised witha Ridaught, Laura Hirhth birthday with a party this Heath of Jacksonville and
478-486B as follows: at 4:30: p.m., BeloW lovely book. Memorial con
Heights Buddiv and I
Whitton. Acromn- Betty
Mangum
Keystone visit! from Mrs. Hendry'sparents Marsha .t her home. Guests
were tributions be Mr. and Mrs. Shackleford of;
Scales Storeat may dent to her
Super
Drugs vs Mr. and Mrs. EdwardV. aning the girls were lender T I and son Robert of Jacksonville I
Vicki
BOATS MOTORS 7 Cunningham's Gulf U-' Y"I'lrmlllh. Tls for permanent recording. Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Norwood'; I OF SERVICES
Volunteers.The p.m. Corcoran, of St. Petersburg. Mrs. Dock Tison. a' lstan' 'n' Sherrie Anqelia. and Val! FELLOWSHIP. CLUB: were visiting 'irsr'! parents and Mrs. Perry were in Jack

BILL'S MARINE vs. members of the association Mr. and Mrs. Mike Redfearn leader Mrs. Billy I ftngleton" eria Prev... t. Joan Miller and The Fellowship Club enjoyeda Fred and Corine Thie- sonville Wednesday to Fridayto PARKof
and daughters, Kathy and and Mr*. W. R. Barbot Merle ,nn-l Oaboardi man on Sunday. Lisa Man-
'' Teresa attend the
covered dish, Grand Chapterof I
SALF.S & SERVICE would like to thank the luncheon at the the
June, of Miami Bob Redfearn Matt Stinson recently celebrated The rhlMren enJoyed hot Hum haj; < spent the weekend the -
"The Fun Fleets in"Chrysler umpires for the fine services Masonic Hall on April 13 at with Eastern Star meeting
and his fiancee Miss Barbara his eighth birthday "0"".'potah cblos' soft drinks her grandparent Henry PALMS
Lone Star Boats which they have rendered.For I which two members, Mrs. Norswurthy of Jacksonville -
Hasty of Miami. were weekend with a party at his horn "Ir. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bunce
wrM lee
Chrysler Motor. the next few weed. we: cream.Brtv Edna Hook and Mrs. Marie. spent the weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hunt- 'Those attending ."-..P. Phllland | were in Leesburg, and Ocala '
/ Smut Troop 100!) held with
his
SUNDAYS
Service & Parts for would like to Include In oui Chapman were introduced. We parent, Pap and ;
All Outboard column a roster of the Individual ley Redfearn Sr. Bob recently John Maser VirH, Tlson a Green' Bur meeting and also'ook.nut were glad to welcome back the lookingat trailers with an Reba Norsworthy. Sunday, 11 :00 A.M. 7:30: PJV1.THURSDAYS .

Corner Rte. 21 28 teams. This week's roster completed his Internship, and Billy Martha Mary Ann. and nt Smith Lake 8 a. Thomas Norwoods and Mr eye on future retirement. i they were visited by an old

l\I.lrORe.47'i-4__ 5t_ Is for the Volunteers: R. Par. I will graduate In June from 'the:I Gay Livlnason CViv and Audrey .n '2 p m. last Saturday. Mary Cook. A musical pro Jack Miller was deep sea friend from Hlnevllle. Oa.,
edes, M. Mooneyham. W. College'
CLEANERS! ,, Smart, T. Smart D. Thacker, On Wednesday of this week, Sue David. Larrv. rind E-W" >r-dr nnrcnt md friends are luncheon.It came home with plenty of Miss Mary Cossleld was a '

H. Morgan, K. Wyman a, Nelson St. William's Altar Society Sapp Bunky Eve-8- Quill .nvlt.-.. to rminesvllle' at Klr- was announced that the red wrapper, king n.ackerel: weekend visitor of Preacher, '- BIBLE TEACHINGAll

Keystone D. Trtest S. Baker F. held their monthly business Or IB as, and Sandv Stinson., I". "mlthiv>l at 7:30: p. m. Game-Fun Day will be held at and black bass. He caught a Marian and Ginny Winter

Cleaners Inc. Marsh, E. Gardner, H. Elgenacher meeting at the home of Mrs. Miss Betty Mutrar an:* There will he presentations! 1:30: pm. on April 27 In St. hark and brought I*. home Friends of Mr. Elizabeth Services Held In The

v M. Stanley and H. Few. John Sullivan, of Nelsoil'sPoint. Miss Kathlenn Murray nieces ->f ribbons that were won at Anne's Hall.' If you wish to for the kids to see. Joan and Slxby will regret to ieam of Congenial Atmosphere

O. K. Davis HERE N' THERE New officers were elect of Mr. and Mrs. Jo' n A 'b* recpnt Camporee at Join In game for prizes pleas 'ij, C'decided to dlsect it, and her death last Sunday. She Of The Lounge.
,
Every Dry Cleaning Service ed for the society as followsMr. : Ross! were recent Kiiests: In found 10 .
Mr. and Mrs.: Bralnard Camo Charles Francis bring a gift donation. baby aharkt Ins ie IConUnued 011 nsr I II.
Laundry Finish or Fluff Hatch, of Schenectady, N.Y., .. John Sullivan, president: their home. The nelces are on Everyone is Invited. The annual.Spring Picnic of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswel'

2 Day Service visited :Mr. and Mra Henry Mrs. Clyde Ashton, vicepresident vacation from Cannundalgue, the club will be held at Gold 'left on Wednesday for North I I.

Pick Up and Delivery Schuber of Clover Lane last ; Mrs. Harold Button N. Y. and topped by en their Head Branch State Park on Carolina. They plan to spend
Height 473-8084 treasurer Mrs. Phil Cromar" ,
Ke.ton8 week. Mr. and Mrs. Hatch: were ; of way to Daytona Beach. Thee May 11 Bring your covered two weeks In the mountains,
The installation NEWS
CONCRETE enroute home, after their win- secretary. plan to stop back, by on their NOTESBy dish and table service.. Plan enjoying the spring Power' *
officers will be held st the
ter stay at Delray Beach. next May 1C.\ way home. Helen EganEASTERN ahead to ride or fill your car and. looking for a place to
meeting on
Hawthorne Concrete Mr. and Mrs.. F L. Stephens. Mr. Rose Williamson Eva and arrive about 12 noon. Entrance spend the summer -"
The ladles also discussed ',!
of Nelson's Point, entertained their plans, with Father Kirby Thomas, and Mrs. Violet fee i is BO cents per car. Lt. Harry Parr of the FlorIda SAVE

& Supply, Inc. a group of Jacksonville friends acting as coordinator, !or' the. Morris all of Gainesville visIted STAR A program la being planned. Military Academy at Ft
RED with a luncheon. at their home Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cu- The Lauderdale Mrs.
Baccalaureate services, which Keystone Heights OE3 Harrj Parr tiftk
MIX last Sunday. Mrs. Stephens. on last Wednesday. Chapter 'vvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvyINDIAN and Mrs Katherine
will be held at St. Williams was especially honored Piokea oi!
CONCRETEHwy. who recently retired after this year. Happy anniversary to Mr. In having Hs Past Matron Eau Oallle were weekend visItors American
20 W. Hawthorne teaching in Jacksonville'. public and Mrs. C. R. Wesley this Dorothy Koons chosen BEACHLake of Mr.
On Sunday Apr. 16, Mrs. a* Escort !: and Mr:!. W. T.
4X1-29.12.t 2031 schools Invited some of her James Has ler entertainedJohn month, [t22ndl. Mr. and Mrs. to Mary Laura Johnson Lett. Dr. and Mrs. David '

former colleagues down for Hlrable on his 84th birthday Wesley left last Saturday for Grand Treasurer of the G#nnd ( "ftssita Fe) Klnttrl. 'and four children of''II|
NURSERY;
this small reunion. at her home on Lake several day visit ""WIth Mr. Chapter 62nd annual session in Louisville, Ky spent several
Mrs. Mary Carew baa returned Included Wesley's sister, Mra. Lelta Jacksonville last Michael II. I
O.C. Carnes Nursery Geneva. The 14 guests Week. Byt Chltty day with the Letts recently.
to her home In Massachusetts Brown and Miss Mary Wesleyin The Installation. of
HlJnble.Last 475-2171
close friends of Mr. Worthy Ph. Mr.: and Mrs. W. E. Kite
IOwa, 100. Florahome alter spending sov- weekend, Mrs. Linda DeFunlak Springs. Miss .Grand Ma-tron lone Keen of Sr. of Ocala and Mr*. B. H. I
23 Mile SE of Stork ,. eral months at White Feather Brltton. of Castleberry was a Wesley Is to enter the hospital Fort Meade. and Worthy 'AAAAAAAaAAaAAAAAAAA4"Howdy Davis of Gainesville were'' '-I

Nursery Stock Thousandsof Court. Mrs. Carew was'formerly guestat the homes cf Mr*. for an eye operation this Grand Patron Judge John T. I podnuhs." thishere's weekend visitor of Mr. and

<< Plants & Fruit Tree to a resident of our commun Elmer Howe and Mr. and M.... Rose Jr., of Punta Gorda took ,'
Shade Trees.Evergreens week.Mrs. your old weary rolling Mr. W. E.: Kite, Jr. Sunday,I
choose from. Nice ity.Margaret Wally Muhlhofer. I H. .T.- Smith had .* place:on, Aprjl) 14. llioue from I reporter) with the new Mr. Kuykendall of
Landscape Pater who has Jackson-I
,
Plants. All in- container. the winter termat Last- week. Mr. and Mrs. guests' for several days, two here who attended thj Grand My father and I really finIshed villa and Colonel of I
just completed daughters.! Mrs. Techlft' Merit Installation: were: M:.. and our weekend off with a Washington
A Tom Bryant were visiting with D. C. were via- I
small
Plant anytime.' Camellias the U. of F., Is visiting with Mrs.. Floyd Koons Saving a piece of
azaleas her brother and sister-in-law, friends and relatives In North and Mr. Fred MurrayJr. Mr. and bang) It started; out with justa Itlng. Col. Hall tried the fishing

Carolina. In Charlotte, they .. both of Jacksonville.Mrs. : Mrs. J. Azzle WUlama! Mr. casual Sunday afternoon but no luck. Mr*. Kite
Let us do your landscapingPhone Lt. and )(r.. Dan Pater .of and Mr. Hector dollar is
'84- l8a Biloxi, Miss.' visited Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith. Mrs.' McOrlff. and Mra. Winton Owriby. Mr. boat ride. We went down went to Tallahassee! en Wed- every you earn

Last weekend, Robert Pater Scogglns and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr*. Murray soert! Sun- Keats and the canal into Alto Lake and nesday to bring her daughter,
Worthy Matron
USED CARS was home from Florida Cen- B. H. Fitzgerald. In Greenville, day afternoon visiting with Jackson. Mrs. Janet Oraldine visited friends but when we Alicia, home for the summer your surest way to success.

tral Academy.Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Bryant were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Canon. Mrs. Beatrice Hlytior, started back, things started from Florida State University.
Hanks Used Cars guests of Mr. and Mrs. J Karl Friends of Mrs. Nancy SohroetU-r, and happening The motor went If any of you have any
Gay Livingston Sr.. of Andersen and Mr*. will be to hear she Mrs.\ libth Mitchell] enjoyed I KEYSTONE STATE BANK
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Mandarin spent last weekend family Baas sorry several resslons, ate dead. We had run out of gas, calves that need more food
TERMS Scoggins and Mrs. Andersenare she 1 I" In the Alachiia General and we were up the canal and attention Mrs. Kite ,

Mw-- SELL TRADE law with Mr.her' and son Mrs.and. Gay daughter-in-Llvtn Mrs. Bryant's- daughters. Hosoltal with a respir- tnl ret'on In la.. : wuek's without a paddle. I sat on the 1 should be good 1 at It. She Member F.D.I.C. Keyntone Heights, Fla.

Rt. 1 Box SO Mr- and Mrs. Bryant also spent atory Infection. She will. be column-Mrs. Marlon 'Cortney boat for an hour while) my brought two more from their

Hwy. 100 8 Mile. 8.! Stark. : ston Last of weekend.Nelson's Mr.Point.and_ Mrs.. a few day In Southern Fines there at least another week. Is a Past Matron of her home father went to find some gas. farm to go with the one she : "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly

'Ed Dwyer entertained Mr. and ,and_ Pinehurst. .: Mrs. J. T. Green's house, chapter In Tuckerton. N. J.. The mosquitoes really had a had. She la feeding them on I CommunU7.J ."





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THURSDAY APRIL 20. 1967
nRAnronn COUNTY : "STARKK' FLORIDA
PAO1C TWELVE TEi.Fon\ni. ,
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I I :NoTiCE I OF LEGUL"TIO
.Y YYYYYYTYYY"yyyyyy were one time lake lesldents.& place of Earl Fowler. hear that her mother Is in a sized and small counties join- have been introduced at this rent paid and enrolled. TO WHOJT! [ MAY CONCERN:( ; :

owning the W. E. Kite resi Mrs. Quinn and Johnny nursing home now. Mr. and Rep. ing together we can possi- session. Both of thesa meas- bought a round-trip ticket Notice la hereby given of Intcntlun .
from Jacksonville. But I to apply to the 1967 8UB.loltor | ,,
INDIAN BEACHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA dence. Quinn of Macon. Oa. were Mrs. D. M. Lowry and Mr. bly reduce the impact that ures will require substantial coaxedme the Florida.. LiatclaUturs. foiimaiiHK ,'

Mark Reddish of Starke visltlnar Mr. and Mrs. O. W. and Mrs. Land spent the this bill will have upon our. appropriations One' of the never returned all Don (or an art relating to- the
and to him.I
spent the weekend with his Ellis over the weekend.Mr. weekend with Mrs. Rose. Gene Shaw'sNevs future gas tax monies. bills will not require as largean to stay used marry O. I. Bill lirailford: ; County ainandlnn Hospital; chapter Corporation
I never my
[From Preceding Page] grandparents Mr. and! Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Bryant This week Leeon has a bit Also of significant import- expenditure as the other. to to oolUge. I did 87418. LaWs of Florida" lOU, )by
money go adding SuctIon 8A. authorizing
I,. W. Carpenter. The Car- ()f Mayport wore visiting his of advice so let's take a look ance to the people in our which Is the much celebrated study some by correspondence laid liupltoi'\ board of tru Oooteu.

had1 been in a convalescenthome penters spent Tuesday at brother and slster-lnlaw Mr. and see what he has to say. Letter district are two measures in- Florida. Education Association \ from the University of Floiitla. to borrow money on %

In St. Petersburg.. Mr. Picolata. enjoying the river 'end Mrs. Owen Bryant and LEEON'S CORNER \ troduced concerning home pay raise bill. TlM FEA!: I was so busy with the Mor- Intf short" an term etfcctlv loam, baala d"ta.. ; provld

Blxbgv Is also 111. The Blxbys brought -them some nice' salt "The Lady Who Wore Red"The stead exemptions. One meas- bill for teacher pay raises will tuary and caring for the dead it 4/2
(State Representative Eu-
water fish. lady who wore red, ure provides that all persons require an expenditure of approximately that I often studied at 2 a.m.
gene F. I Gene] Shaw will 65 of will be $277.000.001): It NOTICH. OF 1VH\II' ) DIOI.IN.: .
Mr. and Mrs. David' nape Took to town. over years age
I trip I
a to finish a lesson. But wax '.ANMlILM .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home write a weekly release from 1I.JI\I1; \ ] I' .UNON.' :\
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers Searching for a new dress, exempted completely from Is not expected at this time happy and they called me "The A I, PHOPKHTV TAXKXA .
of) Orange Lake. spent Satur- She looked up and down. his office Jn Tallahassee! dur- any. ad valorem taxes,. and that the Florida Education Happiest Woman .In! Town." provided. by- Chapter 20724,
STARKE PHONE 96.16200: ing; the current legislative Act of 1041, notIce la hereby
the other Association will
providesfor proposal
measure pass
I day on the Oklawaha River The one that she wanted I thank God. given that Intangible peraonnl,
session reviewing bills that
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176 fls-hlng. picnicking, and cruis Had to be a red 1'C88. the raising of homestead In Its present form. So alone these days with property taxes ajuu**. I are of special importance orinterest exemption from 5.000 to Another'measure of are now delinquent and befflnnlnir -
ing. Friday night they visited Because of all colors considerable Gabby, I live with my mem-, lat such tax..
April
to the people of ]his are
their former nelghbois the In red she looked' the best. $10,000 and a total exemptionto ; ,significance to' the ones and pray almost con drawing Internal. at one per cent
Rental Services I' Lonnie Oorntos in Gaines Our lady had a boyfriend. district including Baker all persons over 65 years of younger people in our district Btantly to keep happy and per montb plus. the proportion
[ Bradford, Clay. Columbia. ate coat of publlahln this
no-
ville. The Oorntos and the His name was Johhny Ted. age.A Is a. bill'which would allQw not cry. Once in awhile I ciy tic*. Uiileas. themounu net ojjpoHlt ,( -
Nassau, and Union Counties.
HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS I i Rapes were also neighbors And if J'ou haven't guessedit. bill of some no\'eltY.baa 19 year-olds to 'vote. V appears and cry, but I come up smil each name butlww are paid
when they lived in Waycross.Qa. : The first release la printed. been Introduced which would to me that the concensus ing. These Spring days Gab before. the tat clay of May 1HU7
will Innue
CRUTCHES Mrs. Oornto Invited all His favorite color was red. below.] provide:: for keeping the polls of the. Legislature is that by and I walk down the roadway tax execution ua oUillvvred to th* thereonand aherlft

I I their friends to visit them.. She found a lovely black Rep. Gene Shaw open on election day to 9 p. these youngsters should be down to 'the fork in for levy; upon any property real
Since returning to the It Is Intended that this the right to andit the I perionul or mixed belumrlnit to
Tllr. and Mrs. J. C. Olisson satin, m. given vote road and eat my apple the taxpayer, fur unpaid. tax"..
Legislature th1&- month I have
of Venice. were visiting Mr. A nice blue cotton too. measure would give aU! (per would not surprise me If and we walk back which adds penalties and additional oval.

GET CASH and Mrs. E. W. Revels OT T But she kept on looking, been assigned different committees sons who do not get home an amendment was placed on up to 3V6 mile We feel grand The namu of dolln
the weekend. The Gllssoiis Only red would do. than those that I was until 6 or 6:30: In the even- this bill reducing the age to when back home and If we anti* personal the amount property pt tuxea taxpayer In-

2 IMMEDIATELY are on their way to Mexico. She looked and looked. assigned to earlier. My pre- Ings ample time within whichto 18 instead of 19. I fully expect felt like crying when we start eluding the cost of uilvertlHlng

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin De- and looked. sent committees in tho Houseof dress and return to the ; this measure to meet ed out, we feel satisfied and and Wllllain punultlon K. Hootli are on fellows IT: .04Mr

i Loach of Savannah Oa.. For 'a,' dress of red. Representatives are: polls thereby not disenfranchising with the approval of the sleepy when we reach home. I *. Suaan .8... Uarvur *.Qt
.
aa Ad Valorem Taxation Apportionment anyone from havinS'the Florida Legislature during! A* I walk I sing and pray. I J. O. lay; 4.95George !
Mr.
spent the weekend with But she never found it.
,". Uuethllun ( .37Johnnie
(
Banks & Loans. watch the flight of' birds
right to cast their vote. this session. ai.dthe
aE and Mrs. James Bobbins and And now the lady is dead. V. KlUnBiiUUi 8.5J
''
E TO Finance & Taxation. Insurance changes In the trees and
Of $25 $600 family. The moral of my story Two teacher paiy rulse bills Flora d O'JJrl..n 2.10
& Workmen's Compensation 8ee, where the night before Smear T fhllllila J.n
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Murray I beg to listen. will
you J. K. Kelly
t and Judiciary A. people have left the 'road a.id
: 'and daughter, Mrs. Charles you? Tax CoJluutOP(
These committees. in my run over the fence. loft' won- Bradford County, Florlela.I .
: DO YOU HAVE. Evans. of Jacksonville, spent Never want anything bad opinionare some of the most der who it was and, if thoywere
the weekend with her mother. -
enough
important ones functioning hurt. I found\ out one
: -Too many payments to make? Mrs. H. T. Smith. Mrs. If you don't get It, It will I in the Florida House of Re- wae a woman who works in I

a 1. Murray spent a few days the kill you. pre entatives. I am Indeed I the bank and she h-e; AC. FLORIDATHE
-Too bills to ? of with Mrs.
many) pay first the week went the
I fortunate to be one of the eye. through wind
I Smith along with another very few House members serving shield and got ,glass In net

DO .YOU NEEDEXT&AiCASH I I daughter.been visiting.Techla. who has .. I'' '- on six committees 'J.ilra 8rQes4oIr( eye. I felt sorry." The road Is A T R E

I MSt I whereas most House members :-iV paved but narrow and out,

NOW? Dee and Betty Morris and have been assigned to only must not go over' 30 mileu KU

= 'family ''were visiting his William Sunday five. As a member of these hour to be safe.HIOIJPFUL ShO'wtIDle-W kda,* 7

.. mother. Mrs. Bartoiv Ellis Mass T:30: a.m. Novena. 7 six committees I will be exposed Wherein I meditate on Springand rang and I prayed silently. I HINTS. To clean Sunday 3:00 Saturday |

: LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR and Ernie. in Crystal River p.m. Triduum: Sunday ;Mon to just about all im- give thanks to our Heavenly These are happy mornings. muddy shoes lot them dry

'over the weekend. They day, Tuesday 7 p.m. ortant legislation that will Father for the gift o( here now it I 18 Spring. As I then clean with steel wool Friday and Saturday

: MONEY PROBLEMS caught a few fish. but the -InterdemonlnutlonalCommunity come before the Florida life and the joy of living. write this the sun is just I and buff witS dry cloth. To April 21, 22

.. air conditioner felt so good House of Reresentatives. Asa The Savior came With ,coming; up. The robins are back make cute earrings cover but.

We Are Trained To Help! I they! stayed inside most of A. C. Holt Church minister-Mrs.Dr. member of the allimportant "trembling lips I nesting and getting worms. ton with the same materialas Double Feature Program
the time. Dee ; He here your new dress and
Betty says surprised Ad Valorem Taxation counted Europe's Up they are a blessing., glut
her with. a new rod. George Canova organist. battleships They sing so sweetly before to ear screws.
'and Finance and Taxation
; Town 'Finance Co. Now she has tocatch a' Morning Sunday WorshiP.School, 9:30:11 a.m.a.m. I committees. I am one of only Yet millions lack their daylight and .my heart I is till Try this: RUTABAGA-

whopper.Mrs. three House members who dally bread: ed with joy. I recall when I POTATO WHIP. 3 cups 01

I Jewel Rose of Jacksonville Nursery open both hours. will have an opportunity to "SO MUCH FOR lived in Nebraska with my good thinly sliced rutabaga 3 cup.' N.O-ist's 4'J

: 226 N Temple Ph. 964-7419 was down for 'the -Pre byterlml pass on legislation concerning CALVARY!" He mild.Norman 1. Don I slept out on a sun thinly sliced potato.'Feel rutabaga -

Gale porch that was on the eastside and potato Slice thinlY
weekend. We to Faith Presbyterian Church two
are sorry these all Important mat-
.. -Rev. J. R. Keale Jr., min ters. The above poem Is named of the house. At dawn and cook in one inch of boilIng -I

: r : -- T i. : ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace, or- As expected a flood of ad "Second Coming" and was I the robins sang and the windy salted water with about

ganlat; 'Mrs. Carl Swisher valorem tax relief written during the Civil War ; mornings the doves coocooedand ;a teaspoon sugar until ten-

I summer organist. has been introduced.measures Most of yet it applies to the world I was so happy happy. der. Taken about 25 to 40 TcancEoion. *

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY 'Sunday School 9:45: am., these today. We just had our Easterservices : Now that I am alone with vnv minutes. Drain shake over
measures simply '
pro- memories I God and heat until dry. Mash add
Morning' Worship, 11 a.m. vide that state monies be returned which I am sure left thank some
Sunday (Nursery open both in lieu of ad valorem an Impression on all of us. i Don for those happy days. I sweet cream and: oleo and BETTY MUTTON
hours.) We love our Savior. I am sure i like to recall back 21 years beat until fluffy. Add maybea
: APPLIANCES : FARM EQUIPMENT I OPTICIAN tax monies. There is no ques- He must be grieved by the ago how I was teaching at bit more salt. Serves 6. HOWARD KEEL
-10f>I_|Ml tion but that several of these I have sweet
happenings in the world today Clay Hill down In beautiful messages and
: AppHancM Color TV Ford TractorsSoutha' St. Anne's Rev. W. W. measures will pass this session I count the war In Viet _.ama Florida. I was so happy I Easter card from Florida!,

a Stereo -' Macnavox a V' Worstall vicar.MOlmlng of the Legislature and I Holy war for we are fight was sitting on top of the that. gives me courage, and

: CtalUi a Motorola Most CompleteFord Prayer and Sermon am Indeed hopeful that we ing ''the Communists who do world. World War II was over God bless our good editor's

General Electric Dealer"Guaranteed I 2nd and 4th Sundays will be able to grant ad val not believe In God, and have and I was back out of service wife for a lovely card and

: "Sou Get A Good Da.4 AfrJr. Reconditioned //ROFESSIOMAL' OPTICAL 9.3Oam.. (nursery open.) orem tax relief to tho prop- so many years now killed and teaching at my bei-ived: note. '

Tractor Holy Eucharist and sermon trey owners In my dstrict.! tortured the people of South Clay Hill. I knew that whoa I pray God be with each
Every Tool Known! to Farming: 0' Filled 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: a. The first' house bill to be of who read
MILLER PrescrIptions Viet Nam. It we free them school was out, I was going you this Mity the
CX JacksonvilleFord Broken Lenses Duplicated TO. (nurseryopen). Church filed In the House of Repre- and help them set up a Government north to Indiana first to see Holy Spirit watch over each I PLUS -
: "'"Artificial l School, 9:30: B.m.' '''Uoly'' Eucharist sentatives 'pertained to the of and
.... Eye and help them along In my sort then on to Nebraska/ you give you Peace ""'
U a .151
JmoJ.onvt1J.Auto 213 Laura St. Jax S38-SO9S Evening: Prayer 7:30: pro. cent gas tax. This measure we are doing a Christian deed. meet Don to whom I had LOVE LURA ....., 11'1" U .. .
: St. E. of Lane 1034 Park St. Jax. 304-3618 each Sunday. EHTC 6:30: pm. would provide that all I
Sales & Service: Beaver gasoline The very presence of our wonderful been writing for some tlma. I 3t4 AC f )
Jax EV9-8M1 each Sunday. tax monies collected In : :
IUOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S young men over there, had mad all arrangements:: togo I I ;
: LANDROVER Dally offices of Morningand a county would! be returned in my way of thinking are to the University at Del Adjustable Vinyl Book
HEARING AID Evening Prayer 3:00: am. to the board of County CommIssioners all missionaries. They are our I I Land even had ray room Covers. All sUe 30 cents ea.il; ii '):E" i.. : tt; ft

and. (.00 p.m. of that county to I young and strong and brave I l at The Telegraph. .'ff' VU ...:' {tlf
.
The World" 1"1neet'II For Best In Haarinr Be*- be spent by them In their with a Christian background.Let I ...- ._ '..."' ./r :.
LntheranLutheran .
J /
',
4 Wheel Drive Commercial and Portrait Church of Key discretion. Since we would us all keep praying for ",.' :-t.:'. ", ,1d.. .!'.

Sold 'and Serviced! 'by SONOTONEOF Photography stone Heights; Vicar: Rluhard only get those monies which the soldier boys wherever they 301 DRIVEIN'OPEN I

Roberto CLevrolet JACKSONVILLE Frames & Custom Framing Meyer. minister were collected In our respective are.I.

Green One Spring Ion 1958 Blandln Blvd. Divine worship 11 counties we would actu- had a wonderful Easter. Sun. Mon, Tues.
Sunday
'ebon.aJe S849SMWaioneer "Th. Strongest and Smallest Jacksonville 384-1464 'I ally have less monies in the Our pre-Kaster!: service was April 23, 24, 25
a. in. Holy Communion 2nd
Hearing" Aid in the W.rld'Oiiiy future with which to build given up because our minister
-- Sunday of each month. D-SHOW TIME 7:15
Co. Aid Had and :
neartn secondary roads or right of BO many of our people
JEEP 23 West Monro* PIANOSFor Services held each Sundayat way. had a. new kind of flu. But ADMISSION. : Adults 75c, Students!\ 60e Danger j

Vehicles JaekaonvUl* a 3-146S ;, et. Anne' Onlscopal' It is expected that this Easter morning we had a Children Under 12 Free fi< him f

Church: Keystone 'Jeight, measure will pass this session sunrise: service which was l.ke..

S Wagon hap Station MOBILE HOMES Musical Advice Fla.. of the Legislature since inspiring. and the last "Alle Friday, Saturday, Sunday April 21, 22, 23 tight

.) Jeep Universals C. CARTER NICE Baptist ,the urban-dominated House luia" was sung as tao sun- 2 IMG COLD HITS black ,.'. ;
service of Representatives seems oriented shine burst in the east win- glove!
S I Jeep Gladiator Truck Woranlp : Sunday
Author* Service BUTTSMOBILE :.;. 11 B. m.. 7:30: p. m nursery toward taking as down. It begun in the aark at

Approved Part y.ta.e: ,.' "" <:::" .. \\t,, l open]. much from the small coun- 6 a.m. Then I went homo, WILD ANGELS

S I 4 Wheel Drive :9 Wheel. HOMESThe ..-...:.....-......... _.._-... .J. Sunday School, 0:45:<< a. m.: ties aa they possibly can. I drank a cup of coffee changed THE FiSUULDOIWSS
Drtv have started my dress to a bluo one ,r- I
already preparing -
Souths Best Buys Here Established 1948 nursery open]. Training On
EDDIE BLAND Free Delivery Chlctoerlng Jk ton 6:30: p. m. [tnuratcy open] formidable oppos'tlon'! to and at 9 o'clock I started
walking. I wore a new white
this and have the
,
Other Name Brands Rev. Lawrence Carroll. measure.
MOTORS, Inc. "Bent Bank For Financing Vfat" PIANOS CONN ORGANS I pastor. cooperation now of some of wool coat, white slippers anda

Mil W. ADAMSJACKBONVI1JLH : Seriously Interested In Mobile 2631 Park Jacksonville 388-8519 the members from the mid- little hat of flowers uat on
top of new high hair-do.
my
dle-sized counties of Florida ,,
'
8M-77S1 home? Call collect Jaz: 388- 5 "t by C.'Iwief Ou
Whoopee! I had white kid
Adjustable Vinyl Book who will be affected also by
.nCHNICOLOr/UIUTED/
1253 for model A terms. *811373
prices I
Cavers. An sixes 30 cents eai the gloves and a white purse. I -: .
Parrish Motors PICTURE FRAMESSPILLERS this measure. Although -.
6017 lUMMeveft Blvd. lax j The Telegraph.II large counties appear to be felt as If I was praiHlng! : o'ir '.' ... #. ..a"...'...
Master by dressing up and eg..I
THE solidly against us we still have Wednesday, Thursday
TAUMWDRVIOB MOBILE HOMES USEDJ. lUii-lJjJ; ) CIRCUIT H ( JUDICIAL.COURT OF't hopes that by the middle-' as I walked the church bell '..lOOK OUTawmItFEIDIWI msnnnoN April 26, 27
.._ I
FLORIDA IN asa uuru UTisntM
..AB'Nb Picture Framing Jo'01t BRA.DFOltD OUNTYCUYDH II ii "the/re COMING! .
& J. Swap Shop ; | MCTIJ i A
MCMMCH04OmMlUlnJ
C\.SF. NO. .._____ _ _ _
BRA OOLIT! and Ma
USED TRAILERS Picture Framing. Original I wife. (1 T.si Aa A DjIa1er. Painting Unframed Print. Plaintiff.
Campers from 8 20'McIoU .
V.
Always OCMMt uJd' CaftI. PLUS OOlliy
Framed Picture
Matting -
32' 65 L. M.
Home LOTTLB ot. at.! ,
ai'IMU tM. Jaoluoavlll (Mirror Framing Defendant
Trades Bank Financing
Phofl.BEAUTY S6-B 34 Decorator Help. AOTICH OF MI'IT tr aaJ
Ilgwy. tli Orange Park TO! Bthcl 1I.e Lnnkcarnlnt, =
-1 I : ,
1045& Park St. 0 Point Evelyn (!. Eva.. Marie ('. Hebadtopay3orb1s1Ue..w1iIc-Wl
ACADEMY Tel. 284-6324 Jax 353-8551' Hiking: Hl..n Jon*. and U M I M-GM. Ua4da

LI You t ti.. are notified that a Suit IM FONDA J AlAIN DaONlOUlAtBRHH.abflYIiin.il| : -
American MOTORCYCLES'HONDA to. (J ii let Title to the folluivlnir =
'--
flitm-rlburt, pruportv *ltuat. In [EeI ":t .
SEWING
CENTER
SytvaKosdnaHarwy
Hairstyling Bradford Count,Y. 1-lortrta tn-wlt; .
The North half .o-f th* Houth- Unman OoaruThfl21'
west Quarter af the North. :
Academy -- .
MOTORCYCLES H. & N. .aat Onartrr of Bm-tlan 11), I tp. Fumt
:21 W. MONROPJAcKSONwjijS5591 Townnhlp l t 7 South. Range !, t I I ; I 7
JEut. .. .....
AlL MODSCLS cuutAlnlna 20 cr* II.
SEWING CENTER or !1...*. &:J 1I I I 1.Jci:.; I' ,
Merchants Oreen Stamps" hail heaD filed .against ;you and
: CtiKrlt* W. Matteit, Anna Hat- flgrnILI
RiversideHairstyling Open 8 AJU. 7 P.M. 600 Singer Touch &t Saw Ion Fend..Ihprt 4 Hittten

: Tues-; 'Wed'., 'Thuia:' Frl. doe fancy tltche. mono Klle; S..tt..n'row..lI.. Robert ;
Open Sat. 8 AM. -' 8 P.M... grama, icordling< eto. Easily J. Batten. Clnude. E. Kalian IIULLMl J _
"Marl H, Rattan. Union F. Jon a,
: Academy : Clooed) Sunday Ic Monday operated NEW 1369 -' for drover C. natten. Randall. (
MOTORS CYCLES Cltarlo Lee, flary. Len. Ixiulim
cash $129 $7 mo.
or per
2609 PARK ST. C. Oroen. formerly; Lonla O.Li .
: 'JACKSONVILLE: 88S-8A31 ,4949 Blandlng Blvd. Tel. Jax 771-1850 or come. e, Jak R. Lee, Carrol Cola.nian. -
3aeksonYD1e 771-8244 In. Newton <7olman.: Frank Buick
a Accredited Coleman, JirooJ,iin C. Clitptw'hop, .
: Qualified Instructor 1106 103rd SI. rcthcl, Mae Coleman 'Larkcarnlnl. .
Evelyn C. JSvan. :Marl. C. Kl- :
a Modem Styling kin.. Hva' M. lee, T.Mr Lev Mn. .-
a Monthly Classes M1TSIC\ tars and L.. M. LIt tI.. a* Defendant ,.
: "Where tomorrow's ., and ;you ara requIred America the Beautiful..
stylists
BargainDays
YESTERN STORE to aerve a copy of your writ ,
: are trained"ELECTRIC ten defennea. If any to U upon Is Job ;
Therein A. Yawn. Jr.. Attorney Everybody's

: : MOTORS Paulus Music Co. LITTLE DUDE for. O.Plnlntlffs.Drawer a ivhime 40. Btarko.artrt-f| Flori laP It. the Job of'every family: that spreads: a picnic on aroudxid .

da and file the original there table.It' here
: Brothers Band At String Instruments of with th* Clerk ot the above are ;
: Peavy Gibson Oultar Western Store vtylad Court on or before the the job of every boatman who cruises: the
Amplifier 4th day of May, ISSV otherwlae lakes and waterways
: Electric Co. Sctool' Suppli**-.Inatruotloa Where Toull Find Everything : a.aln.f : "e may be.l'entered. Every driver, every walker, every flier. I
for the d 1.
r f
you
.
: HJ&TBIC: MOTORS Robert Raeorder For the Horse amndftd. In th. Complaint. That's why our Association throws its whole] f
e34-8erviae4-tepsfred! Mnstc LJIbrary E qxntItvpair Enthusiast" WITNESS:! MY HAND and the hearted support each year into tho Keep America;
a .. aval of aaJd. Court thl Ith day
: Depoa.rtm.ent Utautiful campaign.lovafy .
oeneltor.etdreT. Western Clothing Leather- of ,April. 1981.CHARLE" .
a AlteraUon 41 W. Monroe St. goods. Saddles and Trailer A. PAIlbV. :

S Armattare' JtewdtaiS Jacksanv5l, :m -1U.., caries & Sharon Petty CUWItlT CL-fcllK!: OP COl'RT.BRADFORD THH. country .w* *. her*. Ltt't keep It Vat way.

'4044' Lenox. Ave. 8310 Beach. 3B8-3091 Brrd.Jck4kravfll f 02 So. Edcewood: AT.. FT..onlDA COUNTY. UNITED STATES BREWERS: ASSOCIATION INC. @ Wouldrft you really .rather i drive a baigain?

_:. Jeokaonviul J87-36M, JckonviH II4-121 Haitian Deputy. Clerk M. Moody f P.O. BOX 273, WINTER PARK. FLORIDA V .

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THITRSDAY APK1L19-, .

Ortlflcnt No.. 19. Tear of THOMAS [>()N'At.O MoCONNI'IlI7Y .fttyUd Court on 'ir before May
a 20-30 degree angle. Shift Two Migrants Immune 1984.D..crIPtlun and DOUI3 M., MCd.NNlCIIKY. (- 12 197 ;; otherwise a lodgment *
Two Youths ot Property: On. his wlfo, andHAIUOT may: b. entered. analntt
from neutral to forward, Lot beta that purl tying a at C DORTCH end.IAYtCLc you for the rtl.r! demanded Inthn
gradually edging closer. Un- Cut In 1I1.1al In OK a Town COUNTY Fight, EX N SW UND' E it by l""o".nl.l.. < wfTNlMa my hand a..al ot
der normal conditions you WITH t Burn To Death Kit W ! should be able to bring your >K8C In OK BK 18.1R6 Boo.: 28 TO: TIIOMAM: L>Ol ALn !Mc- CHARLES DARDYClerk
J HospitalizedTwo TUSSIJ.! : OUNNRIIBY: amt, DOIUS M. nf the Circuit Court a
rig to a dt'lId.top close .
YOUR AGENT NaIi l, "an which uwimiitid. .1. .\1aCOVSl: : enough for a passenger to migrant workers have Two 19-year-old1: Negro .. .U1tuw.All You .art Urn.'by nittlflcd that I ?;DIAL Clerk l
step from the bow onto the flt5 i7) V x I ;$ a been charged in a cutting of :aiild ui-oporty: lielnr: In tin' action to for.uloee>" a morteast' )
boys burned to death when the t'ounty. nf Hruilford, ft tutu on tho following\ property. Thomas A Pierce
pier. When maneuvering next' scrape leaving one bn p1tal- their uncle's home !In the "f I'lorl.lu.llnJun I in Bradford 1au n t v. 1 Flm'lda, : Attorney. at Law ..
( 'M K to a pier remember that outboard ized in' serious ,.condition, ; .m>li ..ui-rtlfkimt. FiwcU,, <,in>,tl Lot Three ((3) of 1-M-H North Tempts! AvenuStark. '
n Peachvllle\ section of tawtey 82001Attorneys
r..m..d l Florida
de powered boats steer evrtlTli'nt.ii .hall I>B Itlock. null ((1) AH p.r pint' of .
I which developed over a can turned Into an Inferno while according to law the propertydea.'rtbed tho Original Town Jot Stork, for Plalntiffe.4la
from the> stern. If DOU turn of beer according to Deputy i attempting In ouch iierllfiiuite. or Plitrlrlu." .. same appear of l 41 'ftl|.
apparently
4 rf E the wheel to the ll'ft.! the Sheriff Glenn Moore. one was certificate.! will be awlit to thil record In the current public ra- '
to cook.. highest bidder ,at the court .. ;
I ; i'i>rd of mad llradfnrd County NOTICE
stern will swing to tha rightor Curtis- Leak, 39-year-old Gary Hampton Jr and Leroy himw. door. on the Hmt :Monday! Flurlilu" ; Also all that portionof ha
Mra. Ruby Mooneyham
19071( which
starboard stabbed three In month of Mity. the Northwest qunrter of
Negro, was Hampton were both found In 1M 8th day nt May 1117. Sootlon leaned the Lazy Susan Refttaurant >-
the "M''uth aat quarter of -
Strong wind current ''aI
or fy timed in the chest with the Sth of April '
':dead their bodies amostcompletely' lulled this day .. 18 TownNhli S Mouth Highway 10O Key-
fcv ro"?" r BUMBy will make docking; a more six inch blade of butcher burned In the 19117, Kan: *. S3 Knnt. lylngr I "al effective Fcto.
; atone
difficult! task, but It is by no knife. He In the University Charlcn. A. Darby nalil fractional I Lot 9'broe Heights
Lynn HamptonSEAMANSIHF' I BYy was home of Manuel! Hampton by Clerk of Circuit Court of hntw.nn cold Lot Three and. 18, 1967. and will be responsible -
means Impossible It might George T.Ilugllins. of Florida Medical Con Ueputy Sheriff's Robert Bradford County.. Florida.4J13. .. Church turret. nil In the CltTf for all debts Incurredon
be necessary to make a practice ter Monday In serious condi* 4"t D/1 .. Clark, FlniMda.IIIIH .
SHOWS UP Green and! Ashley Brown or after that date. May'and
run before actually attempting I t 1April \ Bennie Lee Sims! 50- boon rllnl' u mil nut you
WHEN DOCKING A BOAT tlon. Ken Reed are no longeI'ftDgaged
after they'were notified'' at I. Tk. Clrrull'nor. For "and you ur. > required tr nervoa
Here's a sure way to find to tie-up. The no- yearold'Negro, had a badly 4IS: a. m. Saturday, April 15. ..r...'.... C..7'.. FI.k4a Mi-py. fIr your written. tlni'eni" in operating the Lacy
vice boatman soon learns .. If ,, to It on THOMAS; &:
cut face with lacerations;: 1111 A'U.0.: siW. any be
not -
will
out how good a boatman step.will to trying There were not witnesses! to riulntirr Susan and responsible
Another
1967 will establish QHAYIXJNJONK I'lMKUM. Attorney fop
that he has more control 30 H. JON I'M and
your neighbor Is. Just listen his 14 and four months of.I' some new varieties on trial at I aoixM_ Ala laoe Just under his the blaze thought, to have Co.Admlnl.tr..t".r' I *. whoa.n ,aildri'Ba, l 18 2011-11 'for debta Incurredon
when
over rig it's heading .
,
years Stark.
eyes and a cut on side of nf Mmm Pearce North Temple" Avenue Feb. 18 196T.
he brings his rig Into ''The tho U.tal.: ( or after ,
as a Varieties occurred about 3 a. m.
into real here In the Experiment Station. and the the original
the wind or current. A living : his neck from a hawkbilledknife 111(1( lc ..aaml. I'lulnprt Florida 4.18b.
dock, says the Evlnrude: News I lH"ldtord,1 that seem safe for trial house was in ashes when the v./ With the Clerk o< th. above 2tp
following wind can send him County, was '
which has a sharp curved -
(Service. The difference between and his rig crashing into the times with statements .like planting "now are: L*. 1138 point.Both deputies arrived. I
an experienced skipper To- Remains of youth was I
Solano one
Tioga
we want some work on strawberries ,,Dabr.eak. have'been ,
charged -
and a novice can usuallybe pier.Unfortunately : origin men 'found near the stove In what I
there Isn't a ; our strawberries. are rey and Fresno some ..... .. ., ... .. ,.. .
measured by the sounda land won't ating in Louisana. and some with committing an affray had been the kitchen. That I II I "' ,,..........tw,..; ." ;. ... .,. H''''' ,
out
simple set of rules that running ; our 'and under $500 bond. !
placed : .
gentle bump or a loud makes docking under adverse produce strawberries like It In California.We The Platt took place at Luther is believed to have been 'Gary ,, ... ...,.......'"" <
crash. relatives ,, '
small Hampton who reported -
havt had very
conditions easy. It's a matterof once did:: I've been growing Hlllliurd's Labor Camp ; '.
Remember an outboard experience and pride In strawberries 5, 10. 20. 25 and trials of some of tbese. We Just off SR-S25:! near Carter'sstore usually did the cooking '

boat doesn't have brakes, seamanship. The more boat- more years and my yield Is have maybe 20 acres of Da- where the for the trio. The\ other ifI
i-alr was
and reverse gear wasn't designed ing you do. the more expert going down, break and a plot of Solano staying; body was found in what had t tI

as a substitute. Pro- you become. If this gradual I review all this to say that this reason. I. apparently. been used for a''I

ceed toward the pier slowly. learning process is too slow even though this, probably Strawberry production is a storeroom; but which had a I ,
Indoor Plants
The normal approach Is from year-round program. Planning bed In It.
for you here's a way to speedit has been the most unpredictable -
for the future 1 lit verytmportant The boys were last seen L
-up. Take s me time for i season wt have had Respond To '
solitary boating* Pick during this time: we are talk- now. We have a about 12:30: a. m. Saturday
A Clamttfied Ad In the TELEGRAPH !: out an "
bring nwults. abandoned pier in an area ing now about plans and couple of !good men who have Simple Care walking toward i their uncle's .

where a strong current is programs for next season. been growing strawberries home. The )uncle was awa.vx
care.
running. Bring rift into Without writing at length maybe more than H9( :jears. Simple and pamper Oary was the san of'O.ry

('"' the pier from several your angles. About. a few programs and Hope, I can watch acme of ing is necflsany to Insure 'and Catherine: Kampttn,

STARKEBUSINESS Sometime it will be necessary calling names of persons who our very young' !growers make truly aristocratic Indoor foliage Lawtey, Leroy was the son of .
this record. plants whether It Is a Elmo and Mary Lee Hamp-
to use reverse gear to helped us, [for fear of ommlt-
offset the pull of the current ting one or twol] I'll just say Strawberry\ fields are now philodendron a. varliratmnephthytis ton,.

and wind: ; but this Is the only that, our strawberry growers open? You pick-em, 2Sc a or a broad-leave' i ,
quart. Ripe,. Juicy and Sweet rubber:: tree. flda
have
time it's recommended. accepted some changes.they Zcnas GrilfisServices
Follow have been cooperative all -Bradford County! Many foliage plants die asr .
4
a few simple rules. *
DIRECTORY the each year by lack Or ejects! { +atw.t..waao. ,tjM
keep alert to the existing way with our Expel'lmentStation water and when not 'in proper HeldThursday

conditions and proceed slow and Extension people Colored Citizens relation to light, temperature BUILDING CHUTE
ly. These three points will And our key word'' now Is sad humidity.To -- P.M.

AUTO REPAIRS make you a "gentle bump"docker. PROGRESS. NewsRECREATICN make plants In your OR
.Included in this list of
home or office more enjoy-
changes or Improvements Services were held this
would be soil testing and applYing able throughout the year, the afternoon Thursday( April HOME MAILBOX
Earl's GarageALL following suggestions will be at 2:30 for Zenas Z. Oriffis. -
Local Chapters materials as indicated:;! 201] :
Baseball and Softball practice helpful.
KINDS OPAUTO by test change of variety Is held daily at the Reno .LIGHT NEEDS 73,of Starke who died in BANK BY MAIL!
fumigation of soil. accept- a Starke hospital Tuesday
REPAIR WORKAll Dominate FFASubDistrict Recreation Playground. All All living things require .

Work Guaranteed I ance of plastic for mulch boys and girls who are not light. Plants like the same morning.Born What a wonderfully quick and convenient
in
Phone 964-7005 and better materials for Insect Clay County on
So. Walnut Starke and disease control.I registered for the summerproa1'8m at the amount of daylight or al"tlf September, 23, 1893. Mr. Orlf- way to bank here! At any.hour of
may register cial light that
believe that back in 1955 center Monday. through Friday but in direct a sunlight person does they fia was the son of the. late any day or, night..:in. bad weather or

The Starke and Bradford our acreage of strawberrieswas from 5:30: to 6:30: p. m. will sunburn. In general, the Matthew and Elizabeth Starling good. ..from wherever you are (at homo
AUTO SERVICE FFA Chapters won three of down to between 75 and ; A baseball game' will be light .i Is Orfffls. He was a lifetime mail
six events in the annual ::0 >ou ret, by satisfac; resident of the Starke area or work):.bank by
100. In terms of flats
per I played Saturday and Sunday ,tory. Green plants depend on
Gilbert S. Brown Sub-District Contests last acre a good yield was probably a retired farmer veteran of in for free
I at the RJE Park. Tits JStarke it for the chlorophyl which Writ or come
Standard OH :service Station Friday April 14, at Bradford about 600. Acreage now Tigers will play, Lake Butler aids In the conversion of soil World War I. and a deaconIn forms NOW!

ATLAS High School. is a guess, and I'U.,just let it Saturday and the Palatka nutrients for. lant growth. Boatdrain Baptist, Church.. banking-by-mail

TIRES Se BATTERIES The two local chapters com- be a guess for now"in normal I Red Caps Sunday Game Foliage plants' as we know Survivors Include his wife.I

Budget Terms-Road Service bined to win important 1 parllato .- years, something is wrong If time Is 2:30.: them cannot, "be. expected to Lavonla. Green C'OrlffIs of

Phone 964-7071 win the important parlia- an acre does not top 1.000 All baseball' fans are Invited live very long or'grow, a !great Starkei three brothers: Joe.

.07 N. Temple Starke mentary procedure contest. flats. Some growers have to attend and enjoy a. deal\ !au poorly lighted position Sidney and Eugene Griffls! of IC-A
Team members were Greg yields of 1.600 to 1,700 weekend of baseball because they are unable etarke; three sisters: Mrs., F LOR I
Alvarez David;!' Scott- Roy flats We vill JUaisle: Lee and Mrs. Janie
.H U .R.S T'S per acre. evenhave CLUB NEWS to, manufacture!\ .food, :, _
Thomas, Green of Starke and MrsEm-
Knight Raymond
some to top a thousand The .Junior Christian Club; .JRcnjember' that plants in "

SHELLService James Sellers, and James to 1,200 flats per. acre this met Monday at the home of stretching! for l light, soon,, develop ma Services fierce of were Jacksonville.from the ".).,,11II". ." ""N' 'k f A'',''t', "s', .]"i'A' R'I K 1"' E''

Station Knight. season, despite the very heavy Mrs. Louise Broxton. The a'Tace.: ." There appears < ." : .. '

Can Oils Lubrication Lamar Clemons Starke damaging late freeze. club Is directed but Mr... Clare to 'be a "front" and a"back" Boatdraln Baptist Church
Chapter won the public with Rev. B. W. Sweat and .One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
Craodyear: Tires A, Batteries Now looking aheadprob- Ghent who takes great pridein to the plant. This can .
and the Rev. Virgil lovett officiating.
contest
ROAD SERVICE speaking ably next month we will havea supervising the teenage be avoided by frequently

301 and 100 SUrfce Bradford Chapter' Cecil strawberry, grower meetingto girls and teaching them the 'twh Ling the plant to the Burial was with'r Kingsley Lake C. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
DeWitt
Stalnaker won the tractor discuss frost and freeze principles that will lead to right [fa quarter of a turn Cemetery

METAL WORK driving contest. I protection practices with me finer womanhood.The ,TEMPERATURE NEEDS Jones Funeral'lome 'In

I The local boys proved 1 lens, of Irrigation: Our Experi- club is planning 'a Plant' like the same 65 to charge.

THOMPSONSheet I adept musically however as I ment Station has been work- Mother's Day program that 80 degree temperature that

Jacksonville's Douglas An- Ing on this for several years will be held at Pleasant you do. And they do not' like. Mrs. lola Williams .'

Metal Works derson Chapter won quartet and with the cold this year Grove Methodist tfhufch'the to sit 1n hot or cold drafts. Service Held r 'ter .

I' singing event. Hllltard had they have some good resultsto second' Sunday in May. The Air-conditioned homes .' ''
I' ,
,
-All Types Metal Work- the top string band and report. Our good advisor speaker wilt,. be; Miss\ LlntfaMathis. anti pftice will jnwide Tues. At Kingsley 'j

Heat & Air Cond. Jacksonville Englewood's Bill and Extension specialist: Ma- a student in RJE plants with better temperature -

Systems Installed Barrow won the harmonica son Marvel !la optimistic over High School. The public is control tout they will Tola. Cooper Williams. 82,

Rd. 16 E. Ph. 964-5723 I contest. this program. invited. ",need more water to compen- widow; of the late Rev. Elliott: .

CHURCH NEWSBethlehem sate for,, the drying effects: of Williams died in a.,. Starke

Free Will Bap- I alr-condltionine. hospital Sunday morning' following -

i tint Church Monday Usher MOISTURE NEEDS a brief Illness.

Board rehearsal 7:30: ( p. m. I Mose homes.do not have Born In Bradford Countyon 1

Tuesday Choir No. 2 rehear- the humid air that plants, Sept. IS 1384 Mrs. Wil- w> r '

ATTENTION ALL sal. B p. m. Choir )1'0..1 're-' like so watering Is the key to liams was the daughter of 3EA

hearsal 7 p. m. Wednesday keeping them beautiful and the Robert and Kate Harris

I night general Prayer Meet- growing. Cooper She was a member of

i ing. Thursday night Wom The'best way Is to keep i the Bethel Baptist Church.

en's Home Mission, 7 p. m. their soil moat-not too wet. Survivors Include one son

I at the home of Mrs. Gladys and' never completely dry. If Albert Williams of Starke; 1 ;

POULTRYMEKWe Blye. Children's 'St rY'" Hour ycfa\ cn,'' place them' In a two daughters: Mrs. A. C.Eats pd : '4

T p. m. Friday Prayer Bandat sink once a week and sprinkle of'Kenansvllle Fla. and .

home of Mrs. R. Allen. from above with luke warm Mrs. Dorothy Chlldrtss of

Saturday, Hot Fish and water like raln.1 Too much Orlando. Fla. and ont brother -

Chicken Dinners will be sold water. will drown the. roots Robert Cooper of Starke. #''i

Are Now Representing j from the church kitchen and sour the soil. If they I Services were' held from

I starting at 12 noon. Sunday- cannot be moved or are in Jones Memorial Chapel at i 'dl t f'x'
Annual Youth Day contestfor containers without dttainage Starke on Tuesday, April 18. 1+1'F

CUMBERLAND CASE COMPANYIN i Miss Bethlehem Ruth at the bottom' it 1s best to "with"Rev. W.. L.. .Newmans JVI :i

Edna Hankerson and Joanle pour a title water all over the.: and Rev. Calvin Johns officiating. !- .
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THIS AREA. FOR YOUR NEEDS, OF Coving ton. Speakers for the soil three'or four times a week. I Burial was In the ;

day: Morning. Miss M. E. Do not pour water In a saucer family plot in Klngsley Lake "

McBride: evening Miss R. E. to be absorbed. nature I Cemetery under 'direction of !
JtF'
Poultry and Livestock EquipmentWe Pinion. does not." Greater Allen Chapel AME water to run down through f of Starke. M r eb A' ua4f J ,

Church. Rev. T* A. !Sampson the soil to release the chem- i

distributors of a complete line of Cumber- pastor. Sunday School 10 a. icals and minerals to the leaves and those with the I

with eupt. F.. R. Delestrein roots.. ,
m.
better. light exposure 1 have a ta .wh
land Mechanical Feeders, Waterers Brooders Nests; .charge. Morning service.. Water Is given off from better.chance to obtain water r. .

11 a. fn. Message by' Rev. L. nearly all plant parts almost than older and shaded leaves.
with other lines of
Curtains and other accessories, along A. Sampson. Evening service constantly. This process Is Remember regular cars. and y s t V(
.
6 {x. 1n.The known ''as transpiration. The little will give ,1 f tee Gl ,j
of a d "
and 1 also full line Poultry Drugs' : pampering l-
equipment carry a lost in- ,
following ministersand amount of water is, you a tropical paradise of St.4. 4 e' i n V5

and Medications plus any repair parts on all Equipment.' congregations will: 'render creased at low humidity high beautiful living |'plants foryean

service FridaY' night Apr. temperature and with rapid to. ..f
1.-
come. t1IIt'' it! Jli' ..
Truck which 21. In the Interest.of the movement of air .s well as

We have.our own Company Delivery Men's Day'proiram. Rv. Levy greater light Intensity. The NOTK1M OF ,.'r"'ITII'f' !' TO DISCOVER precious peace of mind with
for convenience with Lennon and congregation! amount of water lost by a HKUINTKH: PICTITIOIIM NAMB!
will run in this area weekly your Rev. McKnight and congregation plant Is decreased at high Nntlu. l In hereby it I von that llameless Electric Water Heating
the nnddriitffn.fi.. under the
pro-
Installation Crew available for any Installation of. Rev{ James Olllard humidity lower temperature, vlhloni. o-f Chapter 30fl5a Law.
an movement of air and of Florida, Art of 19411- will -" -
!and Qongregatlgri, ,and, Rev. ,less" ,,
Equipment.If Mosley and congregation. All lower light intensities. An reglatef'with Court the In and Clark for at Brad'theClr"uU' 'T'oday' h-spee4 automatic electric water heaters supply hot water

members and friends Invited Important rule for you to remember ford. County, Florida upon r.> furtier than the average\! family! cut use it up. I
the line of Equip-. v.lpt of pronf of publication% of
in need of anything in tfJ< attend. is "Hot lot; Cold
you are .-withhold., of thla Juok'ft notion, th UoDtaurant. ra. <,'tltloua oad.r name Easily imitallcd any place. Needs no venting. Just set it and forgot !it.

Medications please call us collect at the fol- I At Florida'Pest' Coated:: BEAUTY NEEDS which I nm nniruirad"" In nnnlnAMa/
ment or I on IT. S. 301 South, Star*., Fla. Co First Chill ..Co Electric: The beat costs Jew). See youi appliance
01 CHEMICAL CO. The best method to shine .
Jamvi (I. I Uarn; t. RFD
lowing address: and clean plants is regular HamptAD.. b'lorldu. olo oivn.r dealer plumbing( or cloctrluul Contractor.F : | "

milk on, a soft cloth. Plants UU Dated at Stark thin ,llth Bradford lay of County.April ...{

FREE\ i take In carbon dioxide and Florida.. .-311 "011/1 (-11 .'t.
DIXIE POULTRY SUPPLY COMPANY give off oxygen through their .

\ leaves so keep them clean 11I..1.. 0' A.;. ...... foe THERE'S NO MATCH FOR, ..i.n
912.3S.t-5313 Dotiglan" GeorgiaOur Washing off insects T.. 11..4 M }' FLAMELESS ELECTRiC. -y
Area Code keeps '
P. O. Box 181 Phone: ; ....... MM.1. F. S.Nvtlc .Y'-' "A almn 6r." wim, m.pa...
.:
T.rmite Inspection: too. la b.r.liy. vln, that ):?

Sales Representative in this area is BILL DEAN, And Estimate If your plant gets too long Our l An4v.re.tlfleale.w i, the. holder ha of fll.d thetnllnwing
too tall cut off Just above '
NO OBLIGATION or add. ,..o.rtlflatl for a tax. Md POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY
and will be .working here :weekly to serve you better WHY TAKE CHANCES? Vs leaf joint. It Is' natural for to b. lau.d 'th.r.on. Th. 0.,- FLORIDA,
: ,'
""bottom* leaves to"turnyellow. Ufkwk" ......b... and y.ara of 1f.l.1..I'f.N .UII.D FLORIDA
Livestock Business. Iftnuanoe. the ".""rlpll_ of the
in the Poultry and Phone 964-5745 and die. so cut them off too. property and the name. In

I This U browse tn* younger whloh it wad ....*M.<1 are sa
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