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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 27.' 1967' NUMBER FORTY-FOUIl



Clark ResignsTemple L --ir- --- New Formula Would CostShaw :,




Appointed Rep. Battles .





Principal Of BHS ,

At, To Save 7th Cent :

James! Temple was named principal of Bradford ,

High School for the 1967-68 term and Richard Jockelto

head the Junior High at a special meeting: of the
Rep. Gene Shaw i in battling to save the seventh
School Board Wednesday r
afternoon.The
{, cent of the state gasoline tax for the small counties*
board also the
accepted
resignation. of BHS Supervising Monday Cut-Off in the face of heavy opposition from large county delegations
bring them up to the samedaily
Principal Connl M. Clark who want what they collect returned to them.

and Lawtey Junior High Prin- ing the salary regular they term receive A Rank dur- I fJ, Set For One battle in the war was lost Monday' when the

cipal Russell Bedell. Clark's III teacher now receives $25 ,Unpaid House Committee on Finance and Taxation of which

position ''as supervising principal per day on annual contract In ,'0. / .k Rep. Shaw and Rep. Ralph Tyre are 'members reported -

over both the Junior and the regular term but only out 14.8 an amendment to House Bill No. 1. The

ished.senior high Hchool's was abol- $19.25 for summer work EII1 -- : Utility AccountsMonday amendment would redistribute the seventh cent fundson (

The resignations ''brought -Decided not to change : the basis of 1-4 area and 3.4 on collections in any
school hours when the state 1 -
I ]May 1 Is the dead-
sweeping changes in the align- goes on Daylight Saving Time given county.
ment of the county's schoolas line set by 'the Starke city Both Shaw and Tyre voted
Monday. Supt Casey suggested ,
principals were jockeyed council for the cut off of all against the amendment, which ty under which 80 per cent
school take In half
having a '
around to fill the posts. Clark hour Inter since some children unpaid utility accounts, but would cost Bradford Countyover of the money goes to the State

wilt] accept a pont as guidance would be catching buses very City Clerk ]Merrill Edwards $30,000. Under the present Road Department's secondaryroad
counselor at Polk County Junior after sunrise ------ says It will be Tuesday before) formula Bradford received maintenance fund with

College. early Authorized Architect Don This. was the scene Saturday night .e>t 19-yoar-old. Donald Runtlull (!rim.* lay! bookwork tan bo completedand $123,159: compared to $9.1,079 20 per cent being returned to
cut-off actually begin. It would receive. the county to use as it wishes.
Curtis Marlowe BHS agriculture Morgan to call for bids on five clrn.1" aft'r his. air run off Edwards. Road 'while negotiating u sharp curveCirirfU per year Imftlr8 flan
teacher for 10 Residents will have By the same token, however t'I'I' Rating
years, paving Jobs at BHS Starke was thrown out as the car rolled over. mid landed on ltd top on him. up to Most Important legislation
was named to head the Law- Nassau County now gets; $161-
noon Saturday, April 20 to
tey school. Hampton is still Elementary and Anderson, ('Lawtey Jr. High.Jr. High Estimated Deputy Glen Mourn' and Police Officer Felix 8n|>p (survey the ", '('n... pay their back accounts. Clerk 431 and would receive an increase passed to date Shaw says, Is

minus! a principal for the 1967-' cost Is from $25.000: to Edwurda said It will ,take his up to 165,760: under the newly adopted casualty Insurance

68 term pending action by the $28,000. Bids will be openedon office at least a day to com- the new formula. Columbia rating plan. Patterned -
Board of Trustees which will May 15: at 7:30 p.m. The Wreck Kills! Youth 19A pile the list of accounts to be County, Rep. Tyre's home, after the'wellliked California -

make recommendations tonight jobs Include 'the new ,track at cut-off and the work cannotbe would receive a 933,000 in- plan Jt removes-rail; restrictions -
Thursday April\ 27.' BHS. started until tho office crease.. on rates, leaving the
Jockel heads the Hampton opens. Monday morning But all other count Ion .in the premium charges completely

School this term. Starke youth, Donald Randall Griffia 19 wax ... .".. > .... "Some people are not payingIt 16th and 17th Districts; wquld .to each Individual ..company.
Three principals were also Club '. (the council's cut-off date) lose money under the new distribution. The measure passed the
Country killed when his overturning rolled onto him Edwards
car on Shaw Tiny House 101-15., with Rep. Shaw
placed on continuing contract any attention, Edwards says. says
J. J. Moore, V. R. Ferguson Road Saturday night. There are still lots of unpaid Union County would be cut one 6f tHe 13 dltfaen.tera. Under
and Three 'passengers In the to $48,992 from 1100.501. the new plan which establishes
as a teaching principal, rDon delinquent accounts) \ and some
Jockel. Marlowe, was appointed Loan Approved 1960 Plymouth sedan wereaJlghtJ acetic, said It. was: the fifth who simply] ''are not able to "I want the people! to know open competition, the reasoning -
as an annual contract prin- Injured In the wreck. wreck to take place on the pay their bills, he added. there are difficulties In rep-' 'is, that less efficient Insurance -
cipal and Ted Oglesby, head of Georgia ,'Torena Mann 17' of curve within the' past few r Notices of the cut-off date resenting multiple counties" companies will fall by
the new vocational-technical Approval of a $142,080 Insured Lake Butler was admitted! to years. Orlffis car tore into have been mailed to every ac- Shaw said Wednesday, referring the wayside 'when they cannot
Farmers Home Admin- the Bradford County Hospital to the fact ,that some of be' competitive !no price, Shaw
school, was reappolntod to his the fence .t the farm. count In 'the city, regardless
istration loan to be used for overnight] Anne M. of whether his counties would get less ays. It Is also argued that
second year.on an annual con- Orilfls. going around the they were delinquent -
tract. development of the Starke Delete. 18. Lake Butler and curve toward US 301 lOtto con- r .' 1. or not, Edwards said. while others would receive Increases non-lnaurable persons, who
Golf and Country Club was have had to resort to the
Richard Allen Westfall. 16 The .
The changes were> recom- control of the car and ranoff notices were mailed at '
mended 'by' :the Trustees last announced Monday by William Starke, were treated. and released the right side' of. the pavement .the orders of the council so But Shaw' says ho,br firm- state's assigned risk plan 'ft.t
Tf Ehadijtok, state FHA direc exol'bltant'prices., can,' obtain
Thursday, April '20., ThePlymouth traveled that no one would be left un. ly aligned against. the new leg
Assignments of all other- tor.The, The car was 'traveling off and along tha tight r ri ,Informed of the. cutoff, But Islatlon.whUih la on the House f coverage: easier and i cheaper. .
.funds: will be used to ? i Calendar now' and will probably Shaw yjjUil. jifiainat' the pop.ulartneasnrd'notbde "
, principal wut remain the south on Edwards Road houlder! .for. .210 feed.accord- Clerk Edwards said some: customer '
b 1 use'lnsurance
same. -They are"already' 'on* Improve lrTlgatlonr"jMt drain' -rSRS-100A'jJBe" ,UflO p/ Jn. ing to Trooper Wad. before who were not delin- come''up fof debate this -
CO..Ullulr.... contract rno'lf"waa: age of the existing nine-hole Saturday. The accident occurred rolling over 1H tlmeo.: Orlf- Grlffls quent resented receiving the week. rating systems don'tneed
not .necessary to reappoint or golf court, to i erect a new on the curve at the fis;: the driver, was thrown notices.. The old formula Is out, a complete 'overhaul heBuys
realign them. equipment shed, golf cart shed, Maurice Edwards farm 396 out and found under the car Gainesville. No figures have been avail Shaw admits, and he is fighting but because he thoughtthe
construct tennis courts and Survivors Include his able but the clerk for another plan which he matter needed, more study.
Tho Trustees will also recommend feet from the Seaboard Air which came to rest on Its par- says that
for beautification of all existIng -' line Orlffls not have will Introduce.. Shaw's formula Shaw was not convinced by
teacher reappoint- Railroad, with the car ente, Leonard and Ruby many persons paid up
ments tonight.In faclliteB. according to traveling) "apparently 'at a top.The' of Starke; 11 brothers: their back accounts, ,though on which the State Road the arguments for the new
other action the board: Country Club President Fred speed' too great :.far road car was a total wreck. Monroe in the U. S. Army others have told him they intend Department Is working. up plan, but expects the legislation /
Voted a $3.75' : per days Glenn. The Country Club conditions" according to Born May 16 1047. Orlffls stationed In Colorado; Ray of to do so before Monday's figures now, would give each will have a big effect on
Board will meet with FHA had lived in Starke all his deadline. county"a 'base figure, then the the 16th District whether 4t
salary increase to summer PHP Trooper J. K. Wade's Waco, Texas; Woodrow, Edward -
school instructors' at a cost officials next Tuesday May 2, report. life. He was an employee of Bily, Leon, Cleon ,Jam- The council's action came on remainder. of the seventh cent be good or (toad.\

of approximately, $8,000 to .[Continued on Paw Six] Edwards present at the the State Plasterer of I Continued on Page Six] (Continued on Pan Six] collections would be distributed Another measure strongly
on 1-2 area and 2-3 collections opposed by Rep. Shaw, la the
within the county.It so-called Implied Consent Law
Four Draw Jail Terms all bolls down, the Brad- (II.B. 227)). It basically would

ford representative, says, to a require anyone possessing a
fight ''between big county dele- driver's House to consent to

gations whose counties would have their breath,..blood, urine,
Drastic Action Taken To Curb Truancy SpeedersBefore benefit to keep seventh cent or saliva tested for alcohol

funds collected within the content anytime an arresting
county and small and medium officer would have a reasonable -

Four Jail sentences were McCrary, "So I may as well well give you an idea bf what *iwae only a schoolboy. The county legislators] whose home belief that a driver had

handed out dn County Court start." Judge Yawn ,then Imposed you're ''headed for, (10 you can Judge replied, "lid could: kill Ki people would, lone money under been drinking.
Tuesday as Judge T. A. Yawn a' sentence of five daysin spend a day In jail." someone at that npocd as well ". :" .i"tb ih the new formula. Refusal to take the tests,
took what he termed "drastic Jail, but later cut it to Earlier In th proceedings, Us. an adult could." The proposed legislation under the proposedi, (taw, 'would!

action" to curb ,truancy and three. (See article in this issue Judge Yawn accepted a guilty The judge nlHo guvo a 10- I; does not altar the present, dmtrlbutkm result in automatic six-
continued his crackdown on headed: Truancy Charges plea from a young driver, cliiy! ,: Jail sentence: to Wayne 1 of the seventh cent month revocation of a driver's

speeder Placed Against Six BHS Gary Michael Olin, whQ ad- CJi'ison; who was convicted on ''funds accruelng'to?' ouch coun- license, 'Shaw says.
A 17-year-old Bradford High Students.). mitted to driving at 100 ru.pji./ worthless check 'churgaj. The, He o poHes"the bill because

School senior James Mc- In another case, two teenagers on US-301. ) room noted that (tlih.ion hadburn } "people should keep their

Crary, was sentenced to three Roger Dale Tetatone Stating; that he had no alternative warned 1 ropdite'Hy on the i. right to dissent and anyone
days In jail after pleading and Robert Lee DlUlnger, were to 'such a flagrant ..tie',,", and then punned sontenre. Famous SpringsAt could guilty to contributing to ,the charged with and pleaded disregard for the safety of .e ill of tho tents. Nobody could
delinquency of a minor'In taking guilty of possession of an others, Judge Yawn Imposed a In other actions: ), tho court: :w, refuse, Shaw points out. when
five students 18 and underto alcoholic beverage by a minor. three-day Jail sentence. Arrepted tho pica for a Heilbronn faced with a six month loss
Jacksonville daring school After questioning the boys, onn's father .protested the 1 prcllmlnnry hearing by Jimmy 1.1aM+ab'u of their car, their most needed

hours on Monday. April 17. ,the Judge said,. "I might as sentence, saying the defendant HIfflniHithum.; cha rgL"Jvlth article of personal property.
The complaint was signed by the theft of 5135;), from Morris Proponents of the bill site
Deputy Dolph Reddish."It YawnHearing Carter and J. R. Walnwrl. 'Change Hands the slaughter on the highways.
looks as though I'll have Judge Bound over to circuit Shaw says. Ha in concerned!

to take drastic action to makean court In the cudo of Robert about highway safety; ho says
Impression on you kids and Karl!: Home, Who l Is charged Heilbronn Spring. the waters but wants thi.* particular pieceof
let you know I mean, what I Set FridayOn with breaking and entering on of which me said to contain legislation watered down.

say"Judge Yawn told young April 17. healthful l minerals, has Anollmr: .argument for tho
-Accepted Innocent pleas hrcn puichuxc'l by Stance ,Mil la that..federul.furida can

Truancy Charges and set for trial the' followingcases businessman T. II.( Slado for be withheld from the' state I if,

Saturday; APr. 29 : John, Pete!'" Franklin, 20000. It Is not passed 'as suggested
Accordir i to a deed recorded U.S.
by tho new Departmentof
of traffic )lane
Has Been One Bradford High School One was released Tuesday Improper Strong use and, Wilbur.; ; In the Bradford\ GTourthoiiHe, Transportation. Shaw however \ -
Clyde
ProclaimedMAYOR student James McCrary, IT, when she .gave assurance she Strong, committing; an affray! !; Rlado purchased the 20-acre in not convincer' ,that;
has been sentenced to three would not repeat the runAway VVllllo Koaton.- two* counts'of ----- site which Includes tho springson futtJs could'b: wlthjicfrij, '

CHITTY days In Jail and juvenile petitions Incident, the other Is still In assault and 'battery.Set Deputy Sheriff Robert Green, foreground, and Becerngs ;March 28 from ;J. T. Qulg-; "It's not a requirement of

have been signed against jail. Both girls are 16. for trial three cases Agent Claude Virtul; take stock of the equipment. found at uhuge Icy who held eole ownershipfor any Congressional act," .tha ,
DAYIn five others as a result of a The juveniles are one boy 17 years, back to 1931. No and
violations of moonshine says adding, "I'm sick
Involving alleged still
,trip made to Jacksonville dur- aged 19: and three girls 16- 1,70O gallon nipmlty found near lAw- plans have been announced tiled of the Federal -
Starke ing school hours on Monday years-old and one 14. liquor laws by the following: ley. The big fermenting tank wan 10 feet long, 6 feet wide concerning development of the government
Jessie Lee Myers (two com- pushing the state aroundby
April 17. In February Judge Yawn and 4 feet high.Huge. springs and the new owner conditions
Imposing on
plaints), Gary Reddish and
Help Reach BradfordCounty.s A hearing before County called for a crackdown on was not available this week. funds."
Kelly.Dismissed
Cancer Fund Judge T. A. Yawn Is set Friday truancy and asked for the cooperation Marguerite Still Is IIi Quigley traces ownership of
assault and bat
Shaw far-
has :
lit ::
f received
April 28. at 2 p.m. on the of law enforcement the famous springs back, prior ,
Goal by ContributingTo tery charge against Willie four for', local
five Juveniles- Two of the five officers. The judge also issued to 1910-12 when It was ownedby only requests'
Roadblocks This are repeat offenders In the a memorandum, which was Lee Pierce after a hearing A 1,700 gallon moonshine 19M Chrysler automobiln was Kllery ,./Davis. Davis sold It legislation\: .

SaturdayAt Juvenile Court having been posted on. bulletin boards at which Included testimony by Btlll near Luwtey was brokenup confiscated along with two to a local corporation, the A.;bill, to 'allow the citizensof
IntersectionsIn involved In previous skipping schools' and read to the stud- Lulu Jackson, Vera Adams and Saturday morning, April water pumps and a quantity of JleUbronn'MineraI Water Co., Starke ,to.vote ..... cyi appointed

sessions. ents at assembly, warning that Fred Williams. 22, by Bradford state, and gasoline cylinders. which promoted the sale of city'clerk and police
Starke McCrary was charged In severe punishment would be -Rejected a plea of guilty federal lawmen. Two persons were runningthe the waters and even hired a chief. Shaw filed that one
and set for trial the case of '
County Court with contributing meted out to those who per- John Lewis, 43:), a Jacksonville still. Green said,; A war- salesman. Members of the Monday. .
to the delinquency of a sisted In breaking the com- a young defendant Chester man with a Normandy rant was expected 'to be signed corporation were J. T. Quigley -A request by',the Bradford
This Space Contributed minor. It waa hU parent's car pulsory school attendance law Larry Hill, whose father debated Blvd. address, was arrestedat against ,the second who was 1* A. Davis, J.:E. Futch, K.: T. Hospital l Board, which Is not
several issues with the
Weekly to Publicize in which the group rode to and that students over 18 the scene by federal authorities not at the scene. Hitch, E, S. Matthews, George filed yet, which would 'allow

Community Events by Jacksonville.All would be charged with con- court. with and taken to the Duval Six officials participated In Alderman, L. C. Powell. R. F. hospital trustees to borrow
Hill la charged illegal
of the group were suspended tributing to the delinquencyof County jail. The still was the raid; Agent Robert Miller. Demoreat, and Col. W. T. money on short term, loans In
SR-100 at BriNIOn'sStorll
The CommunityState from school for three a :minor. entry on found 1.1 miles west of Law- Special Agent Charles E. Hud- Weeks. an amount not to exceed one
day in the incident. Two of The mandate came after a where in making a turn tey In a. large posture, owned son, and Special InvestigatorPaul The -bottled water was sold month's average net'operat-
Bank the Juveniles, both girls left party of 13: youngsters was apprehended about he nearly struck a patrol by Container Corp. or Rayo- H. Helder, all of the fed- for 0 cents per half gallon, ing expense of the previousyear.
school on Tuesday April 18, at Sampson Lake car driven by Trooper J.1C nler, just off SR-225. eral Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Quigley said.Quigley The request was madeso
Accounts insuredup Wade '
now alter they were suspended and during school hours and afterit Michael Bill Jenk.. The still was broken up and Division; Claude Veal and and Davis kept the the ho8pttal would not run
to $15,000 by did not return' home. They was discussed that students -Fined 1,600 gallons of ""'buck," fermenting Wlndell Reeves, both State corporation's Interest and taxes In the red because of delaysin
Federal Deposit Insur- were found tn Mlddleburg and had .been.visiting a- house near ins $::10 for speeding that and reJected mixture, poured on Beverage Department agents, paid and eventually purchased receiving reimbursement of

ance Corp. returned to the Bradford the school during school hour the plea On Pare as Jenkins1C'ontlnued Six the County Jail. ] uty Sheriff Robert Green. A Brown. gained sole] ownership )in 1031. I Continued On Page Sin]





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TWO -= JI BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOHArn.: : STARKB. FLORIDA THUHSDAY. APRIL 87. 1967


Local admltt.nces: to Bradford Mrs. H] (jr. Bellinger and Two Are Fined In the clubhouse. Each guest Recent Births

County Hospital this daughters Martha and Marilyn received a pint of Bradford

week Include: Mrs Bessie ant;! Mrs. Luclan Conner For Liquor Law County Strawberries. Bradford County Hospital

Melvin of Brooker; Mrs. Ruby were In Hattlesburgr. Miss. ViolationsClaude tH Gertie McRae president announces the following

Perkins and John Dobbs of from Monday to Wednesdayto presided at business session births:

Raiford; Mrs. Amanda Burney attend Mlsa Mary Bollln- Myers and Jessie Lee 1 / after the luncheon. The Ocala I Mr. and Mrs. Juan Emanuel

and Carl Stewart of Starke; /ger's music recital Myera: who pleaded ,guilty to Municipal C14b will be hostess Benavides Starke a daughter. ,
GLADYS MOOTY Call Rhoden of Hampton; Mrs. Petty Officer! third class a liquor law violation, have tor ,tha next 'Round on May Alicia. Apr. 21.

Phone 964-7603 Gladys Allen of Lawtey; Mrs. Thomas McManus. who has, been fined a. tote) of $1,250 IS. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mark-
week :
Doris Lovelaco of Lake Butler; been transferred from NAB i and, placed under probation for Winners last Freda were Wyman lee Moody, Starke a daughter,

I Mr. and Mrs. E. T... Matthews Mi's. Ruth Beckham of Hawthorne Mlranvar, Calif to the Jack- I a period of three years Group A Gertie Connie Dianne. -Apr. 22. .

Mi and Mrs. Bernard Cohen attended the Asolo ; and Mrs. Ida, Jones of oiwllla NAS for a 22 week I They were Charged with Keystone low putts first; low Mr. and Mrs. Richard Larry
McRae, Starke
:have returned to their home Theatre Festival in Sarasotaover Graham. course in aviation electronics possession of moonshine whiskey Norman Ralford!, a daughter,
Johns Starke
In Havre de Oiace. Md. after the weekend. They also Those from Starke gradu- spent thq past two weeks with at a juke known us Motut' ,,71 I I gross; Shirley Marvel Tina Dianne Apr. 25. ". "
{ low net Corsig-
first
spending two weeks with Mr. visited Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- ating from St. Johns River his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Place, east of Lawtey late ;
Ida, Ocala, second low gross;
and Mrs J. O Weeks. Lendon In Orlando on Sunday. Junior College in Palatka last T. McManus last year. They) pleaded nol
Dunnellon,
Mable Robinson,
Mrs.. Richard Richards. Mrs. Mrs. Abble Harley of Starke Friday night were Phyllis! Mrs Dan Nelll and children guilty originally but later en- 41 _...... "=''n.y second low -net; Vesta Alkn, SCHEDULEOF
Joe Glssy and Mrs. Francis and Charles Brush ot Tnter- Haddock, Linda Kay Holton of Kansas City. Mo. are 'visiting tered a plea of guilty Keystone second low net;
Meng attended the conventionof lachen have' been admitted to Mark Hamilton Larry Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Levon An- Investigation was Group A Freda \\ymnn. Keyston; Gertie Mcltiie, Jeffress of B Group, Lake

the Dioscean Council! of the Starke Nursing Home. I John Harold Andrews drews for two weeks. ordered by the court.: Stwrke; Shirley Johns, Starke; Marvel Coritlgllu, Ot'lllalable: : City low putts. Marge dine, i

Catholic Women at the Shera- Peggy Shanbarger and Blah Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Eavesof In sentencing; them last F 'I- Robinson/ Duunrllon; Vesta Alken, Keystone and Betty Jet- I
.
CIIURCII
Rex Brown and Miss Kay Lake City second loss gross. EDWARD'S
ton Hotel in Tampa on Wednesday Bishop. Gainesville were last day afternoon, Judge George
Cameron of Miami Miss Jer- I freetf of 11-Group, Lake City. Graup B Ruth Powell Starke
and Thursday Sheriff P. D Reddish returned Thursday dinner guests of L. Patten Imposed a fine of
ri Ann Bissett of' Jacksonville Starke first low net; Fran Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
Wednesday after being Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves. Mr. $750 on the man, and a $300
Miss Lou Plummtr of the
: and Mrs. Norman Rlgdon and Cook, Ocala, ecoiul low net; Thursday Mass: 6:30: p. m.
Macon School of Nursing, Macon confined in st. Luke's Hospitalthe : and Mrs. Jack Eaves attended fine against; the woman or second
children: of Mandarin were Lenora Sykes Palatka Miraculous Medal Novena:
past week for observationand Ronald Eaves graduation two years In prison for each
Oa. homo for the
was I weekend guests of Mr. and treatment.Mrs. from U. of F. Sunday afternoon -' If the fine i. not paid- low grows; Lillian Bishop, Saturday, 7 p. m.
weekend. Mrs George W. Brown. Patten warned them Starke, first low gross; Wln- Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7
I I Lester Warren and where) he received a BA Judge
_...:I:....... son of Atlanta Oa. were\ : visiting degree in psychology. They that failure to live up to the Ie Glenn Starke second low p. m.

her mother-in-law Mrs. had a family celebration at terms of probation will resultIn net. ST. WILLIAM'S: CHURCH

PUBLIC ENEMY W T. Gill last week. Mr. the Ronald Eaves home after prison terms. I Group C Arlene East- Keystone Heignta
wood, Golden Hills Ocala, Second
Warren Joined the family the graduation. Sunday:! Mass: 730; a. m.
over the weekend. Mrs. Louise Abel WAS a pa- low net; Louise Qoodlow Wednesday: Mass and Novena -
NUMBER "TWO"With Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hayesof Palatka, first low gro-s; Bernie 7
Archie Green of Chicago. tient in Alachua General and Mrs. pjn.
Gainesville Mr. Finn, Ocala and Margaret'
HI Is visiting his mother Hospital the first of the week. ST. MARX'S CHURCH
the exception of Termite Household Pests are Arthur Crews of Alachua r Miller, Starke, tie for first low
Mrs. Oreen, from Wed- 1'Sgt.' Steve Denmark of Macclenny
the. most destructive of all pests. They annually cost Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Strickland.Mr. net; Janice Hay, Ocala second
Mass 11:30
nesday to Sunday. Gordon Military Academy Sunday : : a. m.
Starke Homeowners thousands of dollars. and Mrs. John Deas and low gross, and Jean Cordrey,
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Casey Barnesvllle Oa. was home '
". I daughters and Jimmy Thras- Lake City low putt.
Many: are known disease carriers. Many are suspects -: and sons of Fort Myers spent for the weekend. I

. of carrying some of our more mysterious diseases -' the weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. David Coots her of Lake City were Sunday 5551Group --

now under research. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. were In Fort Lauderdale from visitors of Mi', and Mrs. E. B :: Ruth Powell, Starke; Fran Cook, Ocala, 1 Open Friday and Saturday

Casey. Saturday to Tuesday' of last W. Hayes. lenora Sykes, 1'alutKa; Lillian Bishop, Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Den- week where they attendedthe George Hamilton who has Until 10 P.M.
mark and family of Miami Florida Hotel and Motor .- '
.... been confined in the Alachua
i -a.. were Friday night visitors of Hotel Association meeting./ General Hospital for three

Mr. and Mrs. David Brown- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper weeks with compound frac- NOW YOU m

/ have had as guests. Mrs. tures of his left arm. Is expected '

J l Ing.Miss Donna. Trawick has Oma Harrison of Chleflandlast I to return home on CAN ENJOY

, _returned to summer school at Wednesday: Mr. and I Friday. His arm and shoulder ;

. the University of South Florida Mrs. Donald Cooper and will be In a cast for three
4i after several days at family of Cocoa over the more weeks. COL. SANDERS t; I r
( '
semesters. weekend and and Mrs. RECIPE
home between ; SISgt. Mrs. Marc Jackson and
. Miss! Ann Lambert of New- Robert L. Cooper of Slayton. Mrs. Frank Weaver attendedthe

port spent Wednesday to Minn this week. funeral of a great uncle s'AKentuckyFCled

Saturday with her uncle and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby Zlll Elston. in Wiillsf-on. on

c/c/ aunt, Mr. and Mrs John of Perm and Mrs. William will
Tuesday 'afternoon They
>,<
) Greene. Flecklnsteln andacne: > of with Mrs.
'+ \ spend the night
I Tom Edwards of Tennessee: Flint. Mich. were Monday to' Jackson's parents Mr and .+ ter

em .. .4.,. Military Institute Sweet- Wednesday guests last week Mrs. H. E. Smith, in Willis-
w of. water Tenn., and Leslie Reel of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dans I I

of Congervllle DI. spent by.Don I ton.Mrs.. Edna Hart was visit- Group p Arlene Eastwood: Golden Hills, Ocala; LouL.eGoodlow Chicken
To save costly damage, to protect the health of with Neel was in Arlington,
subscribe now to regular your famllw Thursday to Sunday ing Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beas- Palutka; Bernie Finn, Ocala; :Margaret Miller, ,
pest control service at a most Edwards Texas last week on business.Mr. .
and Mrs. J. M.
Mr.
"aminal 'ee. ley in Gainesville over the Starke, and Janice Slay, Ocakk
. Jr. They, all attended the and Mrs. Comer Ferryman weekend I "It's Finger Lickin' Good"SHRIMP
Florida Angus Jubilee Sale in of Jacksonville spent the
: weekend with Mrs. E. K. Mrs. C. W. Barrett of MI- Starke Club Hosts GolfARoundThe
tlJ& 'P O l lJ Ocala on Friday and Saturday -
l Perryman.The ami visited Mr. and Mrs. E. AND FISH

\J &CHfM/CA6ca Mrs. Evle Johnson of Jack-' Canasta Club celebrated W. Hayes Wednesday and Ladles Golf] Associationof Lake City Ocala Municipal

sonvllle was a recent guestof Its tenth anniversary with Thursday the Starke Golf and Coun- Palatka, and Starke. Tee-off
.. relatives here Mrs Virgil s weekend In Tampa at the Mrs. William Carter. Mrs. try Club was hostess to 75:) time 'was 9:80: and by 11 a.m. PHONE AHEAD 964-5126

For Information Call, 964-5745 Owen and David Woodard. home of Mrs. Mae McAteer.Enloylnor Julian.< McRae and Mrs.: Ken- members of the Central Flor- all rounds were completed. The YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY

I the affair were Mrs.I neth Orider atended the District ida Ladles "Nine-Hole Golf- ladles commented on. the excellent -
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.-. T. O. Bitch Mrs. O. J. Mc- Three meeting of the A-Round" on Tuesday April condition of the Starke EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -

. -p 'I Oriff Jr., Mrs. J. B. Godwin, Episcopal Church Women at 18. course and praised Club Pro 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.

. 9 Mrs. R. V. Turner Mrs J. E. St. Anne's Church in Key- Clubs,represented were Dun- Herb Herres.

Denmark Mrs. James Phillips stone Heights last Wednes- The Golf-A-Round R. BRASWELL
. I'OPQUALITY at a nellon Golden Hills of Ocala, competed Owner-Manager
I
and Mrs.
, George Flynn day.Mrs. Inverness Keystone Heights/: the girls ate a buffet ]lunch I
' 149 i Jr. O..,K McGauley of

'i Mrs. Foster Shl SmithleftMonday ) Palatka Is visiting her son- ESTABLISHED 1904Badcock


. h LOW PRICE :I .die trip East.to Europe for a three and the weeks Mid- and in-law several Mrs.! days.and Charles daughter Hardy/ Mr.for l i II I)JD I I )OI R E LRl f


Seaman Tom Moore and Miss Rhenetta Johnson of
. Seaman Bob Beck of
. I KafUvlck Alaonogorda/ N M. was visIting )
. Iceland roent Jast Tuesday -, her grandmother. Mrs. -
/l
I
. to Friday: with Mrs.Martha ., Lola Johnson, from Sundayto (z) ., j
((3))
, Moore. Wednesday.
i She has enrolled -
. i Attending the Methodist at FSU for the coming

, WSCS conference at the trimester.

. Oporge Washington Hotel In ,
Miss Nancy Clark of
. A Ar Eau
A : Jicjksonvllle last Tuesday to
Oallie
, spent the weekend
Thursday,
were Mrs.
H. II with Mrs. C. D. Williams. .
Adnnn. Mrs. W. B. Thompson etW -

,. 1 1 / 10CrdIJl I Jr., Mrs. Robert Oreen. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
. Mrs. Nelson Green Grlder and daughter visited ..
Mrs. V. oast
; I Ra Mr.and Mrs. R. W. Douvllle
1 _' .J. sdale. Mrs. Titus Ol-
; "" .. son. Mrs E. K.; Perryman, and family in Orange Parkon -.'

i 'and Mr, Elton Jordan.! Sunday.
I Mrs. Eugene Williams and Capt. and Mrs. Jack E.

: children of Brunswick. Ga. Miller and son Jimmy of

". 1 "'*w visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bangor Maine are visiting .-

.. AUTOMATIC TIMER CONTROL Fred Oraudon and friends his parents, Mr. and Mrs. y Vro

11111 here on Sunds, George E. Miller.
.. Set control once-washing I r.
.. is automatic Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rig./ Mrs. Vergle Flynn was visiting -
completely
.S.. 1 t don of Jacksonville were Mrs. Bessie Faxon and

.. dt @rtJMw I Sunday visitors of Mr. and daughter/ Donna in Gaines-

tir FILL. Mrs. J. L. Gentry. ville on Saturday. v
WATER LEVEL
: AI H .. .,1 __. Steve Edwards of FSU Is I ... 03rM11. ,::'.';:. (')
r adjustable to suit size of wash load home for the summer. "

: I --; Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Pollard' '

: TWO AUTOMATIC WASH and of HattlesbUTBT Miss are' TilE BRADFORD R I
COUNTY
staying with Mr. and Mrs.' TELEGRAPH

: I'' RINSE WATER TEMPERATURES Burnell Dyal and visiting/ her Published

SELECTIONS -- mother Mrs. Vida Dyal in 138 W.every ThursdaJ'at wtit
E j I 'H I if the Macclenny Call St., ((9))
Hospital. ,
I "' I Starke, Fla. :33001! } 1

:: r i Mr. and Mrs. H. V Mooty, oowe
//1 S ; IAw
FOUR FRESH WATER RINSES j of Miami are Thursday'and Second class:] postage paIdat e

: ',;,,1, ) get clothes really clean /* Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Starke, Fla.
Subscription Rates
ii -=' Harry Mooty. :
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1i Mr and Mrs. Ouy Sale attended In trade area: $.00 per Choose From Many
Nationally-Known
S. 1'111r SUPER SPINDRY the wedding of Miss year; $2J5 six months.

.i, 'iii:: I Judy Revell on Saturday' ; In Advertised Brands-SHOP
o i extracts maximum water'-.., Tallahassee. also Outside trade area: $4.150 v and SAVEI! '
They visit-
:. ,:;, I 1 without tangling or baring) ed Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Sale per ;year; 2.60 six months. acs 01MC ((1)CANYASCARSEAi) r 1
((6)CNROMEWAIKIRn. )
: in Blountatown on Sunday.Mr. E. !L. Chram. tubular .
.p Matthews editor and tnl (from. ._ Handle) gip. Plank bumpers S 94

: JI. BUILT-IN SEDIMENT fiEMOVER Panama. and City Mrs. Bill were Morar visiting of publisher I
her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C 11(10)( ) ((7)) RIDOIL LOUNGER(4)FOLDINGNURSERYCHAIR ,
'
S. : .... MODELAWH.l002 A. Lawson over the weekend. -=- 1.11/. / i :: ( ) Iounnr. olk.r. Rock..... 'It
1i !' ., + Training Mol Wood Padded fc.od rait, r.ma abla '"
\\\tt.\ .
hay
Dave Long has returned ..,, S4'S ,
to "\ Pony r.cep'oci.' Hardwood.(3)DUUn.PlAYGYM plattic tray aduitabla| oat $10M)
) 1 the summer session at 1'SUj" :
i 0- after being home for the ILLIAMS I -: i'ivf'. ( ) ( ) .ldI aR. weekend. I ''' '} ', I 2"Tubinglopboondlegl.6 l 4 Position JiIp''t'f'
reclining seat Toe
Elden Mathews has been Vi OOD I,, ,' ,t1 : I I I 'logs lot, tturdy support I toot 5QO5 ap.rat.d b...... aduMoblo| .
transferred :Ct! ,'; I j 6 ilid., 2 pomngtr lawn twlng. W f teal rail and canopy. Nitk.l, 9 1 Q5
I from the Bradford Imo I ; a 'b / chrom plated pares 'I 7< H
I County Hospital to St.': ORK SHOPWe ""j" ,t 'i{' '4i" r ((4)4)
: f Your bestJuyat AUTOMATIC TIMER CONTROL Vincent's Hospital for observation ..'< "-" #o ')., .. Smooth. .varnlihd oak on'f ((9)) OAK -CHAIR .M
( I
: IIIijJIi oEIIIIj GIANT CAPACITY CLOTHES CYLINDER and treatment / ,. \., hardwood Maiomta lift.up $ *)"a Adiuttobla I ,illd.-on tray Can P
I \1 cnly I Mrs. Zella do all type woodwork 'f# ..:.. "r 1 !I' floor. .Id.llal.( 1| / tour Scat of.iy" .trap. Nato 5 1 O?S
{
!:: AUTOMATIC COOL DOWN.. McClaln andj S r ral llniih.' | ri(10)Dr ,
: ii 0 0 I Mrs. Anna I and Specialize in ..,
l MODEL f $11 0 for more wrinkle free Margaret Moots, I ,.,.I-'h., DUUnPLAYYUD ( ) ..S! ''t.. of Durabl Press clothes of Klsslmmee and West Lib' complete MICA Kitchen '"
r DEHlOOaEUXTU9 drying I .. OOWK (no* UlvcVaMd' .) Some at ((4)) Singl, Drop tidal with ...,h- :4 I If3)CR.IPW.KPAD I
: I MANY MORE DELUXE FEATURES erty. Ohio were Tuesday visItors Cabinets .-. Also Gen ,. with palmed Mo.....,. hoar t ? M mm inp roil.. 8unoll Drop Wtu,.
__ -J. .
of Mrs. Vernon Smuck- eral Contract Work .,Is-w.. ondMthmerod. .. notuol. $221'y ,
Years from nov/youf! be it's NORGE! I "
glad er.
: a Call us or come in for ( ) :!A
) |
(1l"L7JrTngVn"200
Melissa Jackson spent the Free Estimates. lb.HirSSSSS J..

Home weekend grandparents with Mr.,,Mr and maternal- Mrs.,I, 122 E. Washington St. I (t1)) r ; I ul- $27'S Si"1. ruesS9tS


ay'S Appliances H.Mr.E. Smith and Mrs.In C.Williston.P. Comp- I Phones! "" EASY BUDGET TERMS ARRANGEDMW' .

r ton and Mrs. Leila :Flume of I II 964-5467 or 964-7921&

t55.. N. Temple Ave.;. Phpne' 964-7511 I I last Kings Thursday Mountain) to N. C.Sunday were R. T. WILLIAMSOwner \W. S. Badcock Furniture And Appliances Associate Store :


: EUGENE TANNER, OWNER guests of Mr. and, .Mrs R. A. 128 S. Walnut'St. Phone 9645289"AGE & ,

I Colson. I Starke. Florida Herman Willis, Manager Bill Wilson. lIanaperAGE :







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TnUltSDAY APRIL 27, Iflftl ___' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.( flTA KB, FLORIDA: PAGF THREE.
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Memorial Day Williams-Colson Patsy Coleman Beta Sigma Phi In Lawtey on April 18. 1897

Services Held 0 Wedding Party And Alfred Waddell Plans Book Sale life and in have Bradford lived County.heir entire I I


By UDC Chapter Entertained Are Honor GuestsMiss Members or. Beta Sigma 3

Phi met evening at Junior ClubExecutive Family StyleDINNERS
Southern Memorial Day Mr. and Mrs. James O. Patsy COltman and Monjflay
the Bradfor' lounty Public
services were held at Crosby Williams of Jacksonville) entertained -; Alfred Waddell whuse mar- BoardThe
Library. Plale made for
GLADYS MOOTY Lake. Cemetery last Sunday at a supper party! riage will be an event of Fri- uere
the Library's tmual book executive board of the
Phone 961.7608BradleyWaters afternoon at 4 o'clock, conducted last Thursday night at 7:30: day evening, April 28. at 8 p.
hell
]
sale to be May 18-19-20 Junior Woman's Club
will
by members of the W. o'clock In the Baptist education m. in the Church of God
I at the Guidon Restaurant, meet tonight [Thursday] at 8,,
T. Weeks Chapter, UDC building ''honoring their were honored at a cookout on
their daughter Melanie Susan sponsored by the sorority. o'clock In the
d .- commemorating veterans of son, LaRue Williams, and, Saturday, evening, April IS, club house. I
to Michael Lama: Waters, son Election of officers of the The regular meeting will be
the War Between the states. his fiancee Miss Margaret I at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. James L. sorority were also held at held Monday, May 1 ot 8
Mrs. Lester Crews, chapter Colson, preceding their wedding Ralph Bryan. The party: was p'l
Waters of Lawtey. this meeting. Elected as pre- m. in the club house. Meal
president welcomed those who rehearsal. : given by employees of the Complete MIND
Miss Bradley Is senior at sident for the
a
i coming year committee chairmen arc ask
came to pay respects to those The T-shaped table was Florida Bank at Starke
Bradford High School. Mr. was Mrs James Bloodworth. ed to turn In their annual
who died "that our heritage covered with a. white I Guests Included employees Ipl '
Waters graduated from Brad- might be preserved for thoseof damask cloth and held a I of the bank, and their husbands -I Serving with her are Mrs. WI reports. Hostesses for the Served Daily
ford High School in 1964 and II. Johns, vice president; evening will be Mrs. Charles
the South. center arrangement of yellow wives, and dates. ...
is employed In Jacksonville. I Mrs. Philip Clark, recording' Hutcheson and Mrs. Harold 11 A.M. 2 P.M.
Patsy Rosier representingthe and white mums, stock and The 30( attending enjoyed
A July wedding Is planned in Girl Scouts, held the gladioli. A garland of smilax i refreshments, volleyball and secretary; Mrs. Rudolph O<>dwln.
....
the Kingsley Lake. Baptist Hutchinson corresponding I 5 To 9 P.M.
American and Confederate extended:: down the length of I horseback riding during the
Church. flags, while the Pledge of Allegiance the table and was interspersed -, party hours.Mustang. secretary; Miss Judy Ellington Marcia Goodcre o ,
given to both. with yellow candles in treasurer; and Mrs.
was / : '
r + Soto-Brummett I Mrs. Crews also Introduced silver holders. Slams Robert Barksdale, extension j Observes Birthday : 1 CHILDREN $ .00UNDER

Rehearsal DinnerMr. ,, Mrs. W. H. Nollman, chapter During the supper the bride' officer Marcia Irene Goodge' 25 TINCLUDES j
F historian( who read "Mem: and groom-to-be presented 12
{ Into Rear Of Adkinses daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ;: .
Observe
and Mrs. Robert Bur- orial Day Prayer. their attendants with personal Ralph A. Goodge, celebratedher
rows entertained at a dinner Rev. R. D. Burch pastor ot gifts. Golden AnniversaryMr. sixth birthday with a
the First Presbyterian The 35 attending Includedthe Turning AutoTwo
party Friday evening, Apr. 14, party at the home of her -
after the wedding rehearsalof Church, spoke on significant bridal party, the parentsof and Mrs. J. .E. Adkins grandparents Mr. and Mrs I
1 their daughter, rnadette! events of the past and pre- the honored couple and persona of Hampton celebrated
were slightly their A. L. Ooodge, on Euclid 3 Meats 6
sent, and how these happen- out-of-town guests- I -- Vegetables
Soto, and James Brummett.The Injured Friday when a 1966 70th wedding anniversary on Street, Saturday April 22.
5 buffet dinner was ser- ings affect our lives today Ford Mustang rammed Into April 18 with a family reunion Ten little friends assisted

r ved from a table which car- and the course of world Miss Jon Seeley the rear of a 1966 Chevrolet, of their six childrenand Marcia in celebrating tr.e occasion Delicious Hot Biscuits

ried out the' wedding; motif, events. To Wed Mr. OdomMr. attempting/ to make a left; their families. .
and was centered with an ar- Following the program, turn from SR-100 onto SR- Five of the six children:! enJoying -I Tea or Coffee II,

rangement of yellow roses. chapter members placed flags the affair were Mr. ."
and Mrs. Luther Jack- 235.Cecil
Engagement and.. flowers on the /graves or Wade Recent Births
Stalnaker. 16. and Mrs. J. a. Adkins of
Those enjoying the affair son of Starke announce the I
veterans, assisted by the Girl of We Feature Barbecued Ribs
Brooker driver of the Hampton Mr and Mrs. Percy
Mr. and Mrs. John L Bradley were the parents of: the bride Scouts. marriage of her daughter. Jean I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis -
and groom, members of the Seeley, to Douglas Oaom of Chevrolet and Kenneth A. Kelly of Winter Haven, Mr. '
of Klngsley Lake. announce wedding party, 'land Rev. and Lake. City. I Rose, 23, of Kansas City and Mrs Jf>. D. Adkins of of Starke announce the'' From Our Own PitACK'S ...
the engagement andappproaching I birth of a son, John David, on
Rehearsal Dinner Missouri,
of Mrs. Robert !D. Burch. The marriage took place on driver of the M'as- Dundee, Mrs. June Ellis of April 23 in Alachua General
marriage ,'For Smith-Crews April 10 in the Calvary Bap- tang, were the injure..1.!' parties. Georgetown S. C., end Mr. Hospital
tist Church in Palatka In the James Friedman Mott. 17, of and Mrs. C. E. Adkins of | RESTAURANT

Wedding PartyMr. presence of the immediate Brooker, a passenger In the Bowling Green, Fla. Also call- 'I

I families and a few Intimate Chevrolet, was not injured. Ing during ..the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Terry Franklin L.S. 301 1 Mi. South
and Mrs. Foster Sh: friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rose was charged with failure were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kel- Hardee, Starke, announce the:

Smith entertained at a din- Townsend of Palatka were the to have his vehicle under ly and Mr. and Mi3. A. P. birth cf a son, Terry Mark, on, o

ner party last. Thursday night couple's only attendants.A control In the mishap which Hallman of Keystone Heights, Apr. 20 In Alachua General Starke Fla. -

honoring their son. Jimmy, small reception was held happened 7.3 miles west of and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hospital. Grandparents are .

and his financee, Miss Linda at the Townsend home following Starke on SR-100. Both vehicles Richard of Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sullivan Notice: Cooks & Waitresses Wanted
Crews, following their wedding the ceremony. were traveling west on The Adkins were married and Mrs. and Mrs. L. B.

,I rehearsal. SR-100 when Stalnaker slowed ,-, Hardee... .
'
-
The dinner was held in the his Chevrolet to make a left -- "
17 InformationsFiled
Pecan Room of the Garden turn to SR-235. Rose apparently -

I Restaurant where the U- By Duncan failed to see the Chevrolet 1 1f
shaped table was centered failed to see the Chevrolet
with an arrangement cf pink For Spring Term slowing down, and the Mus I

and white stock, and carnations tang slamed into the rear of -&

LW(1 I flanked by silver can- been Seventeen filed against Informations nine have defendants the Chevrolet, according to I r STARKE PLAZA
1 delabrawith white tapers. Florida Highway Patrol
1 Caught around the edge of by State AttorneyT Trooper J. K. Wade who in- :j
E, Duncan In connection
the table cloth was a garland vestlgated the accident. I
with, the spring term of Circuit '
of smilax tied at the corners Impact knocked the Chevrolet -
) Court which opens here
i with rosebud nosegays. Rose ] around clockwise for 62 t
Drive-In Banking Can ; decorated place cards marked May 8.The feet before it came to rest 10 YOUR COMPLETE DEPT. /

Spoil A Person And I the seating arrangement of defendants and the feet from the edge: of the STORE /
charges are as follows: / BUYS
I (
pavement. jj
The
the Included
27 guests who Mustang trav-
Why Not Be Spoiled? members of the family the ducing Willie Arlie Oombs, Intro- eled 87 feet after the Impact I OPEN ALL DAY EVERYDAY f
contraband Into the I
bridal party, and outof-town spinning counterclockwise ,
Why should you have to worry about parking or guests. State Prison. and coming to rest with the

how you look or how rushed you are for time Jesse Dean assault with rear wheels on the edge of the
BOYS SHORT SLEEVE
when you can bank In'a jiffy at our drive-in Teller Executive BoardThe intent to murder. pavement.The -
Purvis E. Griffis, posseslon
Window right from your car, regardless of, of a still, and possession of Mustangwas a total
weather Yes, Our Drive-In Service Can Spoil executive board of the moonshine whiskey. wreck with damage to Its right SPORT SHIRTSTremendous
Starke Club will side estimated at 2000.
You But Why Not? Woman's Robert Home, breakingand
meet Thursday, May 4, at Damage to the rear of the I :
entering, and grand lar-
t Home Owned Home Operated I 3:30:, o'clock.1 In_the club house ceny. $225.Chevrolet. wars' estimated at, Mena Long Sleeve
Leon Clyde Saw, Sizes 8-18! $122 :
UDC To MeetW. from the State Prison.escape I I Dress Shirts PlaidsMENS ShirtsParma

The Community State Bank I T. Weeks Chapter. UDC I, Eugene Brazil, five countsof FFA Presents I : Sport :

assault by a state prisoner Rotary Program :
will meet Wednesday. May 3, Press' Solids Prints
OF STARKE with a deadly and
weapon.
at 3:30: at the White Blue Plaids ; :
p. m. home of A demonstration of
possession of Instrument or parliamentary -
MEMBER F. D. I. C. Mrs. E. K. Perryman with weapon by a state prisoner. procedure was presented Size 14-1/z' .17 WALK, SHORTS I Sizes S-M-L-XL\ : :

Mrs. Walla Llpseyi! as co-hos- at the Rotarv Club, .
tess. Carol E. Catlr worthless Wednesday by members of-the-- ,I Reg. $3.99 Variety Big
check, and grand larceny I
Phillip Culllvon. worthless Bradford Chapter Future,I Now Only jJ Of 99 I :
Farmers ti5on
I check In the of program America.was Assisting Paul StylesAsst. 2 For $ :


BET YOU'VE NEVER SEEN A GRADUATION check Harry, Walker. worthless advisor.C.Hutchings. Bradford Chapter I]I $300 Of. 3 1 Others At '' .:


i i SELECTION LIKE THIS Big-Dad Manager principal M.of Clark BHS, discussed supervising the I SolidsPlaids pro $1.99 $2.99 :

Resigns Friday FFA program in the school, I :.
Including activities at the FFA I .

Your choice only $4908 Dad Manager Manufacturing of Starke's: Co.,BIg.F. farm. I 29 Sizes- 38 :S

Walter Blake Jr., resigned his STORY HOUR
AT THE LIBRARY
position here 21.
_. ,. A successor Friday is expected April to MENS CAIlP'S IS IIE.QUAHTEIlS FOR CO11plete Stock of ;
"Days of Sunshine, Days otRain"
: 4 be l named and to arrive here Summer
will
be the
theme for
by early next week. I Story Hour at the public library UNDERWEAR' ANGLER/ CUTOFFS

Thursday afternoon: I Girls I' Dresses
]
CARD OF THANKS
from 3:30 to 4:15. Own
: : Mrs\ Carl Carp's .
IA: ; Minx will be the stol'.teller.1!| 1I11..IIUGGER
We want to thank each and d $$299 Size Range
everyone for the kindness All children ages 6 to 9 are KENNY KNIT JAl\IAICAS Comrlete 3-6x 7-H

shown Us in the Invited to attend. SHORT SIIOUTS -
our sorrow ITU
BRIEFS Asst. of Style!!!. Colors :
death of our loved one Especially I
tw. ddrr BUYS ANGUS Sale Prices
BUM Buy Style at :
p iy.t1 do we thank Dr. Ritch j S.l\f.L-XL\ ExtrapeCla I LADIES)

t and Dr. Adams. May God bless Gar Mar Farm, of Starke, :i 1tEC $2.99 -
% each and everyone cf YOU.- recently purchased an Aber- [ I"lC. OJo' Just for Moms BLOUSES $2..1. '
The family of Mrs. lola Wil-
s.1 I
deen-Angus bull from Willis

I Alr I (liams. Sherwood, also of Starke. I II I I 3 FOR $2 35 Tot'a Training Iloll-Up Sleeves nEe; $3 J9 $3.33

Permunent Press IlEG. $5.)9!) -
PANTS $5.33
Print Solids
( ;k CHECK T-SHIRTS
4 ,' i!fli Famous IUckey
Ileg. 3 for $5.00
,
\ ', "
; SHOES
f <" ,q I'KG. 01" 100% Cotton
lONE Now For All
Pay Now
IHU[. Crotch
'J. ,..". ..'J ': ,;, 7',' FOR 45 For the Entire Family
". 'j'.Jy. 3 $2 o
"t. '
: j :: InsuranceNalianwide's FOR This Weekend
.; FOR 3 $4.00 Special
.. "
4 t !"! II, .." l'.j.. o< :;Jjt;. ..< 7 $1,00
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'!- '- .., 1f:,' 'r' ,. "' ik, :;y;: .- .. ," ".'1, J. ., and you pay in easy-to-meet installments over the 2-PC. SUITS HALF-SLIPS GOWNS $6.99

UAOIM.Iiar-O'. year. Whether it's coverage for your life, health, pro
81"I DIOadeented tm fUHIMfK".rt end f nctl...... Unu.....dish" "' U Oltrrl.FuSNTNeill"I"'ot the euld_.... Drasa tout wrtat. wltllbaauty. 'rl..hIPld rutLADY'I'' ad,III car, home or property just one check takes", care Asst, .of Style Asst! Pusteli'i--Whlte Asst. Colors :
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Wilt, nt McLe+ "rrollowed
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Shortstop Paul McLeod and backfield candidates And over BEEF SALE
flrsbaseman Dale Crosby Bl' Mord's Tornado track.' became eligible, won the pole 40 linemen, have reported for
follower with two more sing men won. only two first places vault with an easy leap of spring football drills at Bradford
lei for another run. 'but used great depth last Fri- 12'6 and was second In the High, according- Line
F ashman Mark Oraudon day to capture Jacksonville, : 'broad jump at an even 20- Coach Tow, Griffith _. -
Holies' five-way meet. feet. Klrchalne should be a
scattered ilx hits In hurling The 2Vi hour dally; drill ics- ,.
the 3-1 victory, his second of Five Individuals and the!: Tornadoes real shot :in he the vaulted.arm to 13 the!Vi Hlona, which begin: Monday, SIRLOIN BONE OK HOUND J ,
the season Oraudon 1 gave upa sprint medley relay team place emphasis on fundamentals -
20 8)
lead-off triple to the Rald- turned In their top !performances -;' feet and broad Jumped and agility routines but !
er's Charles Hudgins who of the year as the'Tornadoes -! In practice this week. have already Included some STEAK( LB. ;1 9c
I scored on a single by Lauder- rolled' up 79 points, 19 Bill Belote vaulted 11 feet near full speed offensive scrimmage 1 I
dime, then settled down to more than/ second' place Lake for second plate and: broad series,
7 ._ V I 18 7'a for his top
City with 60 Most Holies finiHhed jumped
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Park for the
: shut out Orange Spirit la high and the blyar
hUll MrLfSnl.beatM this bull Into the dirt but l<- Amt the throw to first huso. final six Innings 3rd with SO, followed by performance of the year. Plan beginning to hit In a good I Cube Steak sib.U. ,,89c
I Park with 45%, and, Gnann also vaulted 11 feet to .
Orange
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fur u sbuld'en: the big sixth inning: nprUinjc 1 hart Friday nlulit n. the Tornadoes" Oiaudon fanned MX and hard Tornado-like manner
Florida School for the Deaf tie Belote, also his topper-
edged Orange Fork S-l for their fifth win. Sandy SaiitlerHun'tt triple MUM the big walked only one batter formance of the Coach Griffith, ruling: in for S. GOOD CHUCK
The Tornadoes' lust run and Blind with 20',4. I year. Head Coah David' Hurse, whoIs '
blow of the Inning.For '
came in the fifth Inning Bolles and Lake City ouch Gnann won second place Ill, said that most of the I
five events' while Orange In. ,the high hurdles at 15.6 In due to Steak lb. 59
when CrosbY singled and was .won I boys are good shape Roast or -
5th BHS Win sacrificed to second boy Ran- Park took three, but none and Larry Brown took thirdIn the extensive off season weight ;
dy Jones. Richard Williams could match the depth of the 16.1. his top performance to training and conditioning program ,
followed with a single to Tornadoes who placed In every date. The second sprint medley He went on to add that : Fresh Ground Beef lb. '39c
score CrosbY. Both Crosby event except high jump. relay team of Belote, most of them, have a great -
Orange: Park Edged 3-1 and Williams had two singles Marshall Beam turned \in a Stephens, Beam and Chaateen deal to learn. I
51.9 anile, by far the was second at 2:07.8: it'U\
collecting four ot BHS' quarter The search will narrow during -
Stew lb. 69c
I All Meat
eight hits top dash performance by any tops.Chilaon's the next few weeks to find -
discus toss andKlrchalne'u
Splitting their final two I Tornado baseballers closed out Four ,straight hits with two Class AA Gainesville High Tornado thin season. Roger I replacements for the 14 graduating !
Barnes of the '67 season.ia-3-t(regular. play with a 5-9 record < i win'over Orange! Park and a but won four of their last six I 1 deadlock with Orange Park. 9-4 Saturday in the final and tossed the discus 142'1, Tornadoes only flrnts Class A state championship i Brisket Stew 3lbs. for $1.00
9-4 Joss to Gainesville High games I l'I team that had: shuot out; Brad- ,, game of the season It was a both his best performances to IUIS Statistics squad. Much new talent \Is1 I
!good OHS team however date. HH 2)) Gnann 15.6 3)) needed to 'bolster the 1967
which finished 14-2 this Richard Klrchalne, who just Brown 161, 5) Crawford 17.2, team which will boast only
I c_ season, one of the best in recent 100 I 5))) Stephens 10.7, eeven returning lettermen and Smoked Bacon lb. 49c
years Chastecn 10.8, Trawick 11.8. only three regular starters
Waters c 301Sanderson Mile run 2)) McRae 4:465: from the great 1988 team.
The powerful Canes open-
of 3 1 1W 0:128: Salazar 5162.: White Bacon lb. 39c
four In the first Dyal
ed with runs 1 -
McLeod 3b 3 1 880 3)) EHS (Chil-
sttewfre Relay FFA H\NQVKT:
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P. McLeod sa 3 0 1
: and three more In the Hon, Stephens, Belote, Chas- NEXT THURSDAY WHOLE
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1:33.7.
I / j fourth. Dan OrlffU started teen) :
4 I Crosby Ib 3 1 2 The Starke and Bradford
Beam ,, ,
440 Dash 3)) 51.9
the mound for the Tornadoes
i on : fin-- Williams ,,2b 2 0 2 Warren 54.2.. Kaufman 542. Chapters Future Farmers of Smoked Picnics lb. 35c
and! Paul McLeod
Graudon p 2 0 0 America, will hold their annual'' -
: Shot 3) Chilson 45'
ished put -
: :STRRWBER"RY I up. 2. 3 8 Parent and Son Banquet in
:1 The Tornadoes' four runs 3-4, 5)) Mayton 40' 9.
GUS Game the BHS cafeteria Thursday: '
I came two each In the first Discus 1)) Chilson 142 1, Fresh Picnics lb. 35c
i and third frames. Brian Er- AD R II 2)) Clayton 136'. May 4, at 7:30: p.rn. I i -

'.a".:;_ ,: SUNDAE. ', ;, ; : win and Wilbur Waters sing- Erwin if' 401 Broad jump 2)) Klrchalne !
"f Waters c 3 1 1 18' Crawford 25.8. McCollum 25.8.: :
led and scored on Sandy 20' 5)) Belote 7Vi1H Beef 'Over, lb. 49c
Sanderson's triple In the first Sanderson of 3 2 1 2)) Gnann 21.4 5)) Be. Mile relay 3)) BHS (Kauf., -

7.d; Special ,of .the :wok! for two. Wayne McLeod also P.W..McLeod McLeod 3b 3 311 0 2 lote 224. mann, Warren, Mcknight.'
? 1 sa .
,, ,.. had a single. It was Sander- SMR 2) BUS (Belote, Scoggins) 3356.:
"' ) .. ... .. Crosby Ib 2 0 1 !
i son's second hit,,of tjhe. week- Jones rf 3 0 0 Stephens, Beam, Chasteen) High Jump Gnann S' 2, Mc-

Stop At The Sign Like Strawberries? Then You'll Love the Red, I I'ndbot1triples. WIlliams 2b 3 0 0 2078.: Knight 3', I
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15:. who Are Interested in'playing CHILDREN'S COMMITTEE i
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schedule calls
Bigg
In Group III TourneyTremendous Noegel StaysUndefeated for a single game each Monday In 'The Starke Recreation MEETS MONDAYThe =

night and a doubleheaderon Department Pony League, are Bradford County'ChlM- -
Friday nights with the urged to register a-t the Rec- ...m'"} Comrffltteo Will meet at =

Falls Short to be played at Pratt reation Center. The first prac- 12 noon, Monday, May 1. at' -r
Tornado games
Rally In Men's League Street Park. ......,. tice tension will be held at the Garden Restaurant. C. M. -
tb- Starke of
PONY LEAGUEREGISTRATION 4 p.m. Monday at Clark, supervising principal
I Recreation Center. BHS, will present -the protsrram. _
BUS Tornadoes bowed the sacks and Randy Jones slbly cost them the game. But Garden Restaurant defeated i
The _
forts in all events of course, I I .
| All 13, 14, and
out in the opening round of singled off the jittery Bravesecond on the other hand, three dou-I Register Oil 10-7 and Noegel's boys ages -
Trackmen'Vin' but on paper the. relays appearto
Florida Pest
baseman's to ble exactly tripling, Auto downed rrnrr.
plays
the Class A Group 3 baseball glove be the key factor." .
Sanderson. Hood had to their season output in this Control 11-8 In the Men's Soft-
tournament Tuesday night score According to Rune the nuc- rrrrrr
mind resort to his specialty the department probably saved hall League last Thursday.
not gracefully you -
leus of the BHS scoring effort
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strike to the Tornado several more scores. The dou- Seek Florida Both games were close. with I \
but In typical Big Red fight out < quell rests In the field events, high in j\: ARE
ing' fashion. rally, and he ended tho ble plays, two from Wayne hurdles middle distance runs, the outcome remaining I
Palatka pulled out of the contest by whiffing Rich Williams McLeod t-> Rich Williams to doubt until the last Inning. r
the mile run and the import.ant
squeeker with a 3-2 edge after with the bases still loaded Dale Crosby and one from Star Title events. Jim Watts led Garden with 3 \
Wayne McLeod to Crosby to relay for 3, and Ronnie Thomas had
off furious Tornado
staving: &
to for
Expected grab points
Paul McLeod's threehitterin Tommy Talley were timely and 3 for 4. James Williams, Tom
last I
attack in ::the seventh, and Richard
the Tornadoes
are:
inning, which netted the Big a losing cause was out- beautifully executed.The An Improved Tornado track Kcrchalnc Bill my Bell, and Charles Blalock
I Hugh Stephens I
Red its two tallies and only standing. The junior hurler has game brought to an end team, will Journey to Jacksonville Belote and J- Roy Chuateen In had two hi:La each for Register Y O'Ul

hit ..... four of 'em of the pitched fine ball in his past the BHS baseball season. The Bolles High School Friday -! the 880 relay; John Warren In the second game, Noegel'sAuto 'I
few appearances, and promises Tornadoes posted a 5 win 10 afternoon for the Florida 'had to come from behind
game. record for the The Paul: Kaufmann, Dave Mc- In the last inning, after trailing -,. r
pal .tka'. scoring was un- to be a standout performer for loss year. Star Conference Championship. ,
I Knight: and William Scogglna ;,
8-3, to down Pest Control
impressive, and came primarily Chuck Mason's 1968 squad. team Improved greatly and by They will be going for their In the mile. relay; Bill Belote, '
,
via the unearned run. They Tornado fielding was both the end of. the season was ninth conference title in 10 118. Lane Sibley Claude:
Hugh Stephen MarshallBeam l l I INoegel's
grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first sloppy and 'superb during the playing on par with any school years. They have won the title and J. Roy Chasteen In Hardee and Billy Sanford led N
contest. The three In the conference.. 1964. with two hits each 1 IN THE
frame on a pair of walks, two errors pos every year except the sprint medley relay; Plenn
while T. Hardin, D. Pollock,
Schools for the Star I
stolen bases and a single. The vying Q -
Gnann and Larry Brown in
and C. Meng collected two hits I
I Conference title Bolles,
margin was increased to 2.0in : are: the high .hurdles; Roy Chilson, each for Feat Control. -
the ::third Inning on, two Co-Captains Share Burning DesireTo Lake City Live Oak .Orange Andy Mqyton. and Larry I
Park Palatka, St. Augustine I In 'this week' games, Noegsl r
Tornado fielding errors and
Brown In the phot put and
gained its 5th win without a


of another! the seventh for stolen their. base.the second Braves In the connected and top- Win Florida Star Track TitleSenior : and clads Coach Starke.hope performance David to repeat Hurse's In last a meet thln-Friday's the Plenn the discus polo Gnann; vault Richard and; Richard Bill Kerchalne BeloteIn Kerchalne -, I loss Hardee the second by, downing Robert time,Bowen Garden-1-3. ,Terry and for "In IOWD ? "

third hits off stingy Tornado
and Bill Belote In the Wayne Sapp led Noegel with
at Bolles when they toppeda
mounusman Paul McLeod, got co-captains Roger. with puts of 43 to 48 feet." field of four area schools I broad jump; Marshall Beam two hits each, while Tommy M
another' stolen base, and scored Chllson and Gary McRae per-' His distances this year have Paul Kaufmann and John Malloy led Garden with two.
their third and last run of form In vastly different capacities been averaging about 44 to 45: including conference opponent'! Warren in the 440 yd run; The second was Families
game the
Bolles, Lake City and Orange ai 1. One-Half of all
the game. Tornado feet to William and -
on the BHS -- good enough put Park Scogglna Buddy free-scoring contest with Flor-
It was looking just a little track team Chilson heaves him right, in the thick of the Trawick in the 880 yd. run, ida Pest downing Register Oil : :
too easy for the boys from the the shot and discus and Mc- battle. Hurse said that "Our hope and Gary McRae .in the mile 1817. Lloyd Allen led the winners in the United States'Have., .,.-, .
big river country until that Rae runs the mile but both Roger, the son of Mr and for a big win depends upon with
seventh inning. In fact, the have the same burning/ desire: Mrs. L. E. Chilson Rt. 1. Improved performances In the run.On Saturday May 6, the Greg Reddish was high for Savings Accounts ;

Braves' ace hurler Charlie Hood To win their events in the Starke, says that he plans to relay events. We'll need top fnates team will travel to. the group Register with four. .

had befuddled Bradford bat Florida Star Conference meet attend Santa Fe Junior CollegeIn meet to be held at ,the Uni- Standings: Noegel. :5-j s .; I --

ters with his wicked fait ball Friday. Gainesville next fan, !but is wants very much f versity of Florida oval in Garden 3-2, Reg.aler: 1-"; 2. Six Out of Ten Own Homes : ..

and had allowed no bite, no Chllaon, a husky 175 pound undecided about his course tot win the conference champion Gainesville. The .:Tornadoes will Pest Control, 14. .
walks, and. had struck out 11 field event specialist has let- study. compete against Lake City Schedule for Thursday. Apr.j i

Tornadoes in six innlngg. Then tered for three years on Coach Gary McRae: also a three ship.To build the stamina required Live Oak, Perry and Tallahassee 27: Garden vs Pest Control, IF YOU ARE NOT A MEMBER ; '

the proverbial roof fell in on David Hurse's varsity track year varsity letterman, holds for this tough event, McRae Richards for the group 7:30: p.m. Noegel vs RtglsUr, .
Hood and Company.A down one of the toughest assignments championship. All boys who I !
squad. He was also a standout follows a rigorous training 9 p.m.Tuesday '
'
feeling },.vas in the muggy/ guard and defensive linebacker on the team the schedule running two or qualify In the group meet will May 2: Pest Con- JOIN THE "IN CROWD" TODAY! -

air that things were going to on the state championship mile run. more miles each morning, and be eligible for the State trol vs Noegel, 7:30: p.m.

happen when Brian Erwin football teams in 1965 and He has also earned letters again in the afternoon. and Championship meet May 13 I ueglstti .5 Oaiuen, U p.m.
stepped to the plate In the 1966. for the past three years in Paul Kaufmann have been also In Gainesville.\

bottom of the seventh and Roger feels that his best cross-country. His time of awarded a Tornado blanket by \ !
Come In To
promptly singled. Larry chances for a conference win 10:1: ,5 In ,lh. two-mile run Coach Hurse for compiling the RECEIVES CERTIFICATEA RECREATIONNEWS .
Brown, pinch hitting for Wilbur stands school record for most workouts.
aa a morning The
la In the discus throw. Last
framed certificate,
recoognlzlng -
Waters became Hood's12th 'the event and earned him a boys worked out, 63 straight
year he won fifth in the Class
\ five ot service
strike out victim to bring "A" State meet with a toga 9th place in the 1963 state mornings before school duringthe years
Sandy Sanderson. Sandy with the. organization! has n livings and Loan
up of 143 ft. 5 In. His -best throwIn cross-country championship.This past track season. been awarded WOMEN'S SOFTBALL
boomed out a single to move to Carl D. Minx
Erwin to second base. competition this season was season, Gary has con- Gary, the son of Mrs. Trls owner of the Western Auto The Women's Softball
Wayne McLeod then Just short of 143 ft However.In sistently Improved his timesIn C. McRae of Starke, related Associate Store In Starke. League will 'begin, action Mon- \\8.
rappeda practice this week Roger the mile run and a recent I his plans to work for the Tho' engraved certificate day night. May 1, with a single G
well hit double to left-center was ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
has been getting off tosses of clocking of 4:42.7: gives him F.B.I. in Washington, D.C. as a forwarded game slated for 7:30: p.m., t
from Western
,
field to score Erwin and Sand-
143 ft., and had one of 150 ft. the second beat time recorded data process; clerk after putting Crews' Sunoco against)I
Auto
Supply Company's
erson moved around to third gen-
Chilson noted that for conference miler this from BHS In June. Kentucky Fried Chicken.
graduation
Paul McLeod went down competition any eral offices in Kansas City 1 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961-5000()
for the conference ribbon. year. He feels that he can Improve He hopes to enroll In George The League Is composed of,
swinging after terrifying the In the shot put should be pret I his time under the pres- Washington University next Mo. the two above mentioned' -
Braves with a couple of vicious According to the Institute of Life Insurance
ty tight and added that ".ev- sure of the conference meet fall to continue studies in 'business \ A Classified. Ad In the TELEGRAPH teams along with Conner In

fouls. .eral boys are right in there and. like his Tornado team- and data processing. brings resulU. 1 ,,-
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M I the mayor's salary, not yet count will, nol be mailed until will provide approximately Eppa vice-president; Drew in Ci'OKby Lake Cemetery under R"MI"duIIIM.| > I iiKhtl; Judliliil ,>'IM, ull uf said
TO TIIK"I: STATK! UK1 FI.11KIUA" ) Stulu: III till' Cum Monfln III
Shaw Battles Inlro : Just received this week and masons carpenters equipment ctt Fogg, treasurer. Jones Funeral Home of "KIITV: lOW\;,; :ItH. 'r\x 1'\y- May. Ilio7. ,ul t ,id:00 o'clock
I I3KH.: CITIXUNH' A.VI1 OTIIHIIMHAVING A.Al.. and show finite why' thtiprayer
must undergo the required HO- npcratorN, plumbers electric. Starke. ...
Oil CI UMINU;; ANY of th petition filed In
For Gas Tax day waiting period and be pub. Country Club 1.1 MM, and, laborers. From 10 to I ItKIIIT TITMO Olt INTI It- thin iiuo\V "prix'uedlnir' should not
llHhcil] In Si local newxpnpcr at I,') persons will bo employedIn Wreck Kills IMT; 14; Till: I'rtoi'niiTY TO .bo granted. and the c'"rtlfltat
,
Incli'litl'dni'HS SerIes" IIKI7.
IXollve of l.rirlMlfitlfinTO UK AHT1'X'TKI UY THK 'IHH'ANCK .r
least once as a lognl aJvcrllflement. I construction of the fauillUoi ( WHOM "IT M.\V ('ONl.'l nN: UV TIIK: .IHlAItU. OPI'l'IIMC I thi'l'i'lN, ilom'rllMtl anil,\ tin1 urofiiudlliKM -
I Loan Nullcu III 'hiTcby. ,," gi run of. In. INSTIIUCTION;/ :! OPHIlAlJI'Olin ,, lion'tuliiri' hill. fiullu>,iIXintf i-
ContInued rrom Paw Onel Approved loll lie iHHIIHIIfl' ti," ,".if, Vlllliluteil -
tout tu iii>ily to the 11167( WHNlun C'OI'NTV.:: KUMt1I (
-A requcBt to make it )lawful -' Approximately four new Jobs Starke Youth of the Klurlila.. Lit'jrlnlHtloi.. >A OK BOO,00.| {' uml uuiiilrinuil. ', Haiti C,rtlllrulva -
federal government. f I 1 for the county to participate will be provided In the operation for: 'pimHHVtt)!: of nn 'not ainendlni 1 {'AT";'" t>F I N I"..: .1'HTllel-1: of I liulvhltMlrifSti.. Series
i A requestfrom. the Law. the ChnrttT' of the City of Law 8KRIKS: ") I1MI7) '; ; I 1IIIIT, ItulllfT duti'ilMill, !\ I I1167.! .
In providing funds to ,i I Continued! From Page Onel] and, maintenance of the [Continued From Pans! One] Flu.. for Interest lit 11 rat iir
l U'y City: Council to Increase I toy provlJInif: nn InfruRMo i :MOISIO; PA PAUTICl'LuVltUY: :"- "ucnrliiir
private ambulance firm rot expanded facilities for nn call- In: thfl Hillary of the nmy CIUHIJU. OH TO 'UK; AKKKl'TlD ; lilIes not pxcuolliiK - services rendered. Shaw a/thl/ ro discuss exactly how the mated annual income of $1?.- es and Riley Griffin all of or ; provlillnir, an cfrortlvn. date. : IN ANY WAY TllfcUlliOV, : ((11 il 2;, > l per uiiiuiin, .puynbltprincipal -
:TL ruiuln. will be utilized. I : Mr... 1':111",1 l I). Huddlall Thu "Htnlo of Klorldii. thriiuKlltliu .0'",I-II n'Ii....lIy.I Rlrlr"/I'.tlnc/ Ih"
Claimed Ad In the TELE. ho has not filed that one because Starke and Leonard Orlffls City Clerk, nmuiiiit, of f;;ion >uii. bi-
Members of the 173-famlly Stntu Attorney or the Eighth
he hopes bill 000.The Jr. of Fairbanks I I..wloy.. 111. lag In the cli-nnmlnntlim or ",000
general
I FHA loan will be Judicial flrcult of "Hid State! and
repaId
OR.tril brIngs rmtnltn.. will club will support the facility I IT 4/Z7 ... ....ch.) a nil l miiturlna I In annuul, 1 In.t"IIII,18 -
cover Bradford's needs. the x-verHl property owners.taxliiyer.
"'- and repay the loan through over a 40-year period., It Also surviving are four sisters _, cltl fn. and others .. In tlif years I 1971 toIIIUI

-- .. ....._.._""""' ___ ,_ _I annual ducn. In addition In-I! Is the 13th federal loan to be : Mrs. Doris King of 'IN THM OirtCl'IT t'MlTUT OKTHM 'having' "i itulmlTitf I any rl gilt. \., inclusiVe of, u Wllll'll inor MUlll completeh.N.rhltIotI .(C.,'.t'-
-_:"""" 'f1 n __. I I I .- come will be received from I, made to a rural group In FlorIda < Lawtey. Misses Wanda Dl- KlUflTII.. .Ifim'lAI( I ClllfPIT ill, I.or ,Interest, III I property to "llflclltcH Of I Inill'bll'lllK'HH, HlTll'H
for of and Rose Mary Oriflls It. "'I.OIllC''N' AJfU Ixt urfpttinl hy tlif iHHutint'e' by contulnucl III tin-, ,,"Utlonhurlln.
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:Mayor Curl Ilurxt prorlnlmn fees charged non-members using development A recreation anne. Von l3It.tI"ltl. < COI'NTVOlllUOIt ( tile Honril or I'ul.llr liiHtructlunof I I'HI7' IM
April 29 nn "Mayor Chltty the recreation area i area. Loans of this all of Starke. TO NIIOWI''rn( IirH iroil "("i,ii IY. Klorldii, of Uonn.. und l ordi..ri'rt. lit Htarko.Florldii. ,
.I>*y" In (Cancer Fund Drive. No funds have been received' I: type were authorised by th19B2 / Services were held In Air- HOAIU OK l IM'HWf. 1NMTIIIT" *. ,(IlO.IIOO Horli-H Curtlflvutim, I 46 T. of,hcrrhiHrttrMHri ImleliK'd-, tlilM lOt th day ot April
TION 01"" UtlAUKonD COUNTY. MCHM.
;, vet nn-l cnn.itriiftlnn li ntlll U.S. Food and Agricultural park Baptist Church on FUUIUDA, ptirllrtiltirlv ilvHrrlltpd. ..i".iI I IIIU7,
TerwiUeo'ar Cancer FundRoadblocks some time away President Act.Country. Tuesay.:! April 23. with Rev. PetItI..n. I tit b""rr"I1I( l. In 'tiny \\uy then."I Cm..1:iilg,'1 I.,lit l'ut the It'll, ('In'lilt (I'OIII't
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I Ii ) tn
) in"i. h..y i i tMiulri'il ap-' .
(jinn Club officers are: E. I Oriffls and Rev. Leroy vs.1'lIil of. the KlKlith) Judicial Clr-:
n says. l' "111' iH'fliri 111. tilt 'CMIIlt t "flinulfnrd
Set HTATE!: OB1 "'I.OIUU.et. \, |
: I mill Fur
\ ; : ""I : ; nil or.rhili.l \ III
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BULl
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Construction of the projectSCRATCEO Fred Glenn president; Olive officiating. Burial was al., i unnty Florida. In tin-' Uradfurd County

;. For Saturday I I-J7 u 5itFRONT I

MOTORS One of the final activities of
ALIGNMENT:
the 1961'Cn cer Fund drive
Of will take place this weekend Latent" Precision Equipment.
Trained Mefhanlcs
with roadblocks this Saturday Factory
,, it most Intersections In All Work Ouarumteed.Tills .
the
:. Clean Used Cars Starke. The Sub Debs and Ji Week Special

Cheerleaders at BHS will as- aerTo' a, $5.55
3Ut In the effort. 'i( : -,,& -,} : ;,.i\r.tif.l.\:; .l._ "!'J E'vJ!.j,,'f"t.'I'J.). ;:!!..?,;!'''n?!!'':';''X.'' l' 'iiR '' f : 1! ';' ll.J part. extra. If neededFIRESTONE

"When you puss one of the INSURANCE! ;

''Trade-Ins On The Hot New 1967 volunteer workers this Saturday I'' rIAMsIrIsD: AD HASTINGS MATTRESS i AT REDrCEIl': RATES: 312 W\ Madison

please help by giving i HATHH, & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I George E. LaRue AUTO, FIRK BOAT I I1JOYLE

Fords -- And Priced to Sell your "change to ,tho Cancer I'p t. II word -_..I.OO 710 Lemon St. Palatka' INSURANCE AGENCY K.: CONNER: BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
.Fund Jim Temple, roadblock Furniture Repaired I Blake\ TODAY INSURANCE AGENCY BOOK before buying any
I __..,
., ,
"The 1067 DENTED n".h ui'd 13
chairman requests. 0. M. A.
,& Refinished
Upholstered tfubg other encyclopedia. -
:Come: See We Invite MOVING DAY!
Comparison drive la nearing completion' Ealrn ..Ia..... ft ..... .MATTRESSES REBUILT, Payne, your local representa.
.... and it looks as If the goalof paid' .. ..dN.q.MEIIRI1.s. ___.::10, New InnerBpringa Move Your InsuranceBusiness 1 tive since 1956. Box 626.
() will be reached In AND USED
: 12,000 RI.SOI.t'r.O.'ll1l.: and Box Springs I To Phone 984-6560. tfchg
.- Bradford County If our road. U .,.t. pr ward "The Alan From Kitystnn.'*' MARY
Us A Cwrd Call
Drop or
blocks are aucccssful, Temple, (' HIJ 01 TIIisHe:" PALATKA: EA 5-9166 I Auto Fire Home! Owner Myers Power ToolsArea
said.\ RO word.. .C le.. .13"0
:' 1963 Falcon Futura Tudor "The average American's attitude RefrigeratorsStart I Knelt word over ao 'NI MBS. PEGGY SMALLER Life & Accident Headquarters For
I' Tool
toward cancer hall I 209 E. Adklnn. St. Keyiitona Heights. 473-4602: CARTER LawnmoxverM! Power

:I Radio, Heater, Auto. Trnnsmlssldn : I thy undergone change a remarkably for the better heal. at $29.95FREEZERS YOUR: BEST BARGAIN. Starhl*, Agent FOR RENTKinllllley Lake Pumps MrG'ulIoch& Water Chain System Sow

One Owner $$695 within the List few years. ADULT EDUCATION classes. I furnished house. 3 bedrooms HrlggH & Stratton Engines
Much of the credit for this 1 Join now. Elementary and I REDUCED FROM $100 TO 300 {t. dockfl. double dressing PAINTS Rental, Hairs. Mwvlce,
Secondary Phone 864-8091 Delano Thomas, 964- 230 N.E. 16th Ave.Glt.ln..vllle .
must be given to the Cancer room.
PER MO.
$70 .
T Society and the many volunteer days; 9B4-68BO evenings.: tf \ 6807. tfl"h" 102 E. Brownlee St. 316.3.111

: 1959 Ford Station Wagon workers who participateIn At Dealer Cost UNDERWATERWEED NEW, FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM I CARL BEGGS I Complete Line tfrhg
drive
an annual fund-raising 1 USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -

V-S, Automatic, One Owner, Good; In order to continue the vast Air ConditionersAt CUTTING GARDEN APTS. Gulf Service i of $15 up. 10 different

$ undertakings of research and Dealer Cost name brands> to ChooM from.
$3"5 '
Mechanical Condition I
I'SED PARTS!
development of medicines with All TypesBulldozer: AIR CONDITIONNEXT Paintsand Parts & exceUent repairs aH
.
which to fight the dreaded 5,000; 8,000; 11,000( I Top Price. for Wrecked Can makes. KIRBY: SALES *
BTU ; & I TO Bus ON 24 Hour Wrecker Service I II i
disease Temple added. SERVICE 712 N. Main Oaln-

1966 Corvair Tudor I Drag Line. .Work i WASHINGTON HT. I ... Fuel Oil _. I ville 376-7110. tfchg

LimitedQuantify I AAA 8 & II Green. StaupaHwy. ,
J. C. Gardner
Judge Takes I I Call 301 N. Waldo

l Radio, Heater, 17,000 Miles, One i 'j PHONE 9U.ZI i MR. MASON I 448-1908 I 1 S6pplies The Rancher
$
$1495
Owner
Drastic ActionContinued MUST, (COM( : i I K TilE RIGHT POINT for the 1 car.of Ernest Tew ,
I I'I FIRST SKIIVKI 1) the way yen write. Com In Lawn MowerREPAIR For All Purposes Inc.
''I and .select year fxvorlU ES- Realty Inc.
[ trom Page Onel) ', TFRBROOK fountain pea.TELEGRAPh. I O Western Wear
1963 Ford 9Pass. V-8 Wagon Nasworthy'sScrvinjf >. Gainesville" Ph. 376-8161 SERVICEMinor ZIPPERS
was driving a compact car, ho _. I Ttina-up or Over 0 Guns
couldn't have been going 83: 2906 N.. W. 13th St. WhooPs. ,
716WiM ISC' haul. New! Controls
Conditioned, One Owner, I 7 & 10 In lOc
e ran: m.p.h. as charged. / Bradford Co. Starke Florlrt. I etc. We also Have Livestock

$1 095 The judge remarked wryly., For 18 Years 3 bed rm. aluminum 'aiding. I Pick-up and Delivery Serv- 14 15c
I "I've been passed on the highway Ire. Supplies
lIv. rm. 15 x 20:, Kitch. 10 x
by more compact cars Phone 964-5011 15; din. 8 x 9., Siegler Space ONE STOP CALL 22 25c Saddlery
"
I than any other kind. Heat., 2 ,air, cond.. HW floor; FIRESTONE'U739:1 .
Fairlane 500
1962 Fordor '
'
I VIe Service 'Good Roof.: Ven. blind*., te" I : MARRIED COUPLES WANT- FREELAND BROWN

Ii i Cut-off Ins.. Lot 63 x 210, close( in., MASONRYMATERIALS 312 W. MaxliionRtarke ED for cottage parent work Manager6th
t 6 Cyl.. Standard Transmission, Monday What We Sell 3 pecans and lots of shrub, "la. tf couples start at $445 per mo.

Radio and Heater $$6 5 bery. Price J9.000.0O, Financing -: Minimum education 9, age/ 21 Street
7 available.: A. J. Thomas LACY CONWAY plus. :5 day week. In general '

Set By Council 1 WANTED housekeeper to I Realtor haa the' ,key., Junt' FLYING SERVICEP'LZGHT married couples work same Near I..ivestock Market

' live In If poHstblo L. O call 064-5701. ;, Ready Mix: Concrete Concrete INSTRUCTION. Airplane shift Work In Food Service 376-4595
Gainesville.
't 1964 Bel Air Chevrolet (Continue! Frum Page OueApril ] : rentals. Greyhound Bus and Malntance also available.
I
Block Rock.
Sand.
non, Rt. 2, Box 150. JOhn-I FOR RENT 15.000' hen Charter. Keep your party to- Qualified I single I
S' Mortar, Steel I persons PROFESSIONAL -
OniMit Oyster REGISTERED
I chloken
10 after capacity plant.
they
naa questioned grothar charter a bus. Phone I
also
V-8, Fordor Automatic, Radio City Auditor George houses equlpt with bigDutch1 I Shell. Umerock, Roof 9648090. tfchg accepted. If Interested apply NURSES NIGHT
: $$12 95 I Dandelake about $26,098 set WANTED Woman to operate man Automatic Feeder CoolIng -' Gravel., Precast Lintels andWlntUw in person. Personnel Of-I DUTY ONLY, ((4-12 and 12-8)),
-and Heater Thrift Shop. Apply Jerry's : fic., Sunland Training for
Sills.
I forth In the audit report for room and nand equipment.I Everything! APPRAISALS AND 136 bed general hospital
,
Thrift 118 %V. Call St. Gainesville. 4tchg 4-27
the year ending Sept. 30 1966 Shop Located 2 miles So. Keystone I for IHuwonry (Construction. CONFIDENTIALINFORMATION mentally retarded Residents,

;' I'q.q a "reserve" or allowance( Itp Heights. T. W. Baker and, NEW MOBILE homes Chick- all clinical areas except ob-

1963 Olds F85 FordorAutomatic for uncollectablo a o o o unts STRAWBERRIES -- SOc a qt. I Sons, Phone Keystone 473- ANNOUNCINGA Concerning property and prop. anha 20' & 24' wide Buddydcmson Btetics. 40 hour week, six paid

which the auditor said means Pick your own. 4V4 miles W. 4703. 2tchg 4.27 erty values in Florida Prop Layton Travel Trailers Holidays. 12 days paid annual
I bud debts that are not considered of Lawtey on 225. A. R. Gas- I erty. Over thirty years experience Liberty Taylor Azalea leave accumulative sick leave
Radio, Heater, Air collectable. I kins. Ph. 782-3140. Upi FOR RENT Unfurnished Mix Plant In Real Estate matters buy, sell. trade. Year bank financing. meals and laundry optional at
Conditioned $$995 I April ueago of city utilities two BR house outlde city. Ready and Active Real Estate Buckeye Trailer Mart minimum cost Insurance pay

I will not be included In the i FOR SALK -- 1960 Chevrolet Furnished apartments in 1 atKeystone Broker since 1933. A. J. Inr. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. roll deduotable!, State Retirement -*

back accounts due Monday becauin Biscayne, 4 dr., 1 owner. Also Starke. W. H. Nollman. tf chg i HeightsFor Thomas. Realtor, Tel. 96"- 701. Orange Park 261-2131. tfchR and Social Security bene.
l HI' motor. Ph. (PBl6215. fits. APPLY TO DIRECTOR
B outboard -
I960 Ford Truck I I -..--first, bills for April. ...... au12Wides. > I Itp SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC I No. 613 20 Acres on 301. Good I WORLD'S SMALLEST: electric OK NURSKS. SUNLAND
: Better
To
Pick-up _. : : -=: :: CONSOLE MODEL. SEWING Service dry cleaned land planted in adding machine: adds subtracts I TRAINING CENTER HOSPI.

FOR SALK 2 lots. Crystal MA CHINK.' Must place In That Area. pasture. Ideal for truck or multiplies: has creditl I TAL. F O. Box 11\0.: ) (lAINESVILI.16 -

I Home lt..s, each lot lOt( ft. x your area. A-l shape, ZigZags. poultry farm. 1 balance. Only $109.50 Bradford -!, '=. FLORIDA. Phone
'Good Condition $$495I I 185! ft. Lakefront privileges.Ph. I makes button hole, I We Will Not Be I No. 492 2 Acres completely -1, County Telegraph at.,' 378-:)381.: 4tchff :o-U;

: i 964-62. UpI fancy designs/ news on button I Undersold. furnished. 5 room and
Custom Made bath bungalow, located 1 mile
I '. For Florida Llvin I FOR SALE Upright Freezer *. appllquen, monograms out of Starke. on paved road. '
I perfect comlltlnn I 100.CIO. etc. Sold' new for over $300. Bradford Only $8900. TermH. For GROW WITH A COMPANYTHAT'S
MUST
SACRIFICE. Just
Get MoM\ ; Call f f1f14.7R37.>( Itp pay .
Homes Ranches Acreage
1967 DEMONSTRATORS Farms
balance $63.. or 'annurne. 38 I
YOU -- -- --- -
I For Your $ $ MAID WANTED apply Dixie monthly payments. Will take Business and retirement MOVING AHEAD
Motel. 2tchir 4-27 older machine in trade. Call: EngineeringCo. homes give us a call.
,
No Salaried or Cora Credit Manager COLLEtTVJacksonville ;I 8TROUT REALTY
t '; NOW ON SALE missioned EmployeesDAD FOR SALE Good Huffey 3 3.1946" anytime. 1 2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Welders 0 Fitters Layout Men

power lawn mower. Also n.lce Will deliver. No obligation. Fla. ((904)) 964-6609
& BRAD.LARSENLIKE lavatory with connections. 4t chg 4-27 Join one of Florida's fastest { /{ companies.

TO WORK Mrs A. F. Saula. 633 McMahon Phone Starke I FOR RENT By week 2 bedroom There may be a place for you In. the Jacksonville
B-I-G St. phone P04-6277. BOOKKEEPING.: : AND air conditioned cottageon Steel rjmt.;
YOU Benefit! 1 I trchR TAX CONSULTANTAverage !! 964-5403 Crystal Lake. Call Mrs.
I'L. K. Whitehcud. {D6I-6M2.'
small business Paid vacations holidays group insurance.Call .
:I FOR SALK) Peiich CrawI $10 Month Up Keystone Ready I tfrhsr/ .

., All Sizes an Display I fonls Farm 15: acres on Crawford Include Sales Tax; Mix FOR RJONT-- 2 bedroom collect to HILL WAS,';ON.

... 8-J 0-12 Wide I Springs.Road near Hollbronn 2tp :5-4 Quarterly A Federal. 473-4285 I houta In Lake Geneva with access ((904)) 384-5564

I I'/i' Baths Return. I to lake. James 1'':. Ak-
and !FOR SALE Pen-raised For Information Write: Keystone Ph. 473-1506. 54BOOKKEEPER
Expandables -- _, ridge Itp
.
Box Florida Steel
Turkey Eggs White Guinea 93. Palatka. ,Fla.' Corporation
.. Eggs, Mallard Duck Eggs.J. or call 325-2930 WANTED I
New and Used M.( Edwards. "Ph. 004-5(03: 4tp :5-11 Are you sending your LRnd.lord' Experienced bookkeeper want. West Beaver Street and Ellis Road
:-. .. ,
-- on to college Why ed. If Interested contact
8Yr. financing available.! tfchg Adjustable Vinyl BoohCavers. pay r..ntT. Build on your lot Starke Builders Supplies. Inc. Jacksonville! Florida

IHloii -\'K UY.ltltll.t):; All she 30 cent. -. or ours. Your plans or ours. or phone No. 964-5270 And\ axk !
Use Our Rental-Pur pick thrill after 4 p.m., at The Teieyacis.IRRIGATION Small down payment. See for Carl Johns. References I I Ion equal opportunity employer

chase Plan-Payments 23r; <|iiurt. OUTFIT for models In Plnebreeze. Long- needed. 1t'hloC,

Under $50 Per Month Bring your container. sale also sprayer. Good'deal. champ Const. Co. Contact Bu- FREE: Boat and Motor with WANTED --- Lady to work MOORE IJOAT

iCK% With/ ClydeTODAYForA 1 ( !'urge I'honr Roberts" l-fiOSH, BPHHrnt; IUI. :Mrs.S568.J Herbert Norman- 782- P.ford O.Mitchell Box 238 phone Starke.9646853._tfchjr) peaceful lakeside home. Beau. Williams part time. Apply In person ati I FOR YOUR MONEY
3tchg :5-4 tiful furnishings fireplace and Jewelry. Itchg!
SALE BRICK HOUSE I SFWnltc! : 500. eli'! ... .tart
FOR
NOTHING DOWN 2 acres screened porch with wroughtIron FOR SALK -- 200 ft. on St.:
NOW'Mobile i with partially furnished 2 bed HOUSE for rent 3 bedrooms nearing completion. 3 bedroom furniture Covered dock. Johns River 600 ft. deep by with altrrnalor. SO ..r. $730.NEW ).

room home. Go 2 miles N. of and bath 3 acres of 1H bath. Located just Llltia Lake Santa Fe. Moderately -' 365 ft. Dock good fishing. and ,: MF.nc land, hardroad outside of limits In Pine- I with alternator. 6.1 II r. $|UO.VltVO .
Starke iturn right at lilt road frontage. Furnished city Priced. Call evenings shrimping In ,the fall. 9,000 ,
: : Home Site beyond Farmers Mkt. 7th $60 month. Inquire at .breeze. Small down payment. 4681301. Up terms! to suit buyer. O- F.I I : : 12 tt. Lone Star, top

: Terrific: Deal I On A New -- AVAILABLE "; house on right. John I). Ducar I' Lavender's Gift Shop on High- Easy monthly' terms. Longchamp ALLEN. Rt. 2, Box 389. Pl-l and loimg.'j seats, with S67
FOR RENT 3
Bu- room up- heavy duty Oator Trailer.
liD Riggins St Lakeland Fla. way 100 between Starke and Const. Co., Contact atka. Fla. 5-4''
2tp
Full Lake Privileges Itp Lake Butler. I'' Itp ford Mitchell.! Phone 961-6853, ttalrs apartment. Private bath $
i 1967 Ford Or A-l Used Car Homestead Exempt I P. O- Box 238. Starke. tfchg gas appliances. 400 S. WaterSt. I FOR RENT Trailer lot. liP, ..1tC"! start., used II: ft.

Financing 823 Pinewood DriveA Phone 964-6843. tfchg extra large. 140 ft. by 140 ft. trl-hiill and trailer .69,). NEW
I FOR SALE Three lots of perfect two bed room masonry FOR RENT FurnIshed 2 Call 9647625. Itp BOATS, 14 to 21 ft.

: land with a house at Crosby house, recently redone bedroom house. Desirable loca. KINGSLEY LAKE WE TRADE: Y'ALI CO.ME:
TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour Lake Geneva .I 1 Lake shore. Phone day or throughout circulating heater tion. Available May 5. MA.. Beautifully shaded lot with COMMON LABOR NEEDED:
I night 964-6321 Starke. Florida. I I paved street and close In. I Payne phone 964-6560. tfchg two bedroom> dwelling large Apply JIMMY\ MOORE'S

Authorized Ford Dealer in Hradford and Trailer Sales 2tp 5-4 Price 790000. Reasonable porch and covered cook-out CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT SUN SPORTS

Union Counties. I I terms. See me for quick .sale. area dock boat house loungearea. SERVICE Starke 96-1.3701
FURNISHED 2 bedroom I A. J. Thomas, Realtor. Tel. FOR RENT Just $21,500.00. Kindly 118 South Court St.2tchg.
206 W. Madison\ St. Phone 961.7200 On Route 100, On* Mil\ SB; house. All electric kitchen. 964-5701. Good two bedroom CB house call to see It. A. J. Thomaa. 5-4 FOR RENT FURNISHED

Keystone IVelyht.Open Easy walking distance of I! with large glassed-in porch Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. large 1 bedroom house. Air
Starke, Florida Sun. & Evenings shopping area. 915 per weekor Adjustable Vinyl Book close In. Renting for $65.00. I' PAINTING Inside and condition and modern. Renner

,-,-.----. .-, .-, ... (55 per month. Ph. 861J6I01. Covers. All ilies 30 cents ..- No pets, please. A. J. Thomas, POWERED BOAT for sale. Licensed. Ouar. Phone out.\\ Apartment, phone 9616279.
-. ..ur- .il 7.; "-'" 1 :.. t : tfchj ,! :tt The Telepraph..a /! Realtor TeL,1MM-5701 Ph. 9H4-7RQO. lIp 3793 4t chg I tfchn'. !
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH



BTARKB. FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 27. 1967

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International Air Mail Capt. RitchAttending
,.. \\ Rates


CoM { 5po11.5 M .'j 1, To Be Increased On May 1stAn Law CourseCapt.

+ RCwTtNE .3'r' increase In international addressed to Canadian post
Merchants Make Recommendations 'oF lY5 In OR1 Robert Franklin Retch
EA, surface and air mall rates offices will remain In effect
will go into effect Mondwv.: until Nov 1. 1968 at which of Starke has just completedan

To Help Solve Downtown Problems May 1. Postmaster T. C. ,time it will be discontinued. Intensive ten-week militarylaw
t U.S.
course at the Army
Jr. announced yester-
Hazen Surface parcel post ratesto -
Recognizing that adequate mendation to the City Council all nations will be Increased Judge Advocate General's

parking space is a key factor in that if its present charter does not day.The new International: rates 20 cents a parcel an School at the University of .

any effort to rejuvenate the central give the City power to condemn 41 will not apply to mailings for average of 7 per cent. Virginia
4' 4
business district: and keep it structures that are a menace to ;? members of the Armed For- Postage rates for surface Capt of Ritch Bradford U a High 19S1 School graduate -

from becoming a "depressed the safety and well-being of the 4 ;' > r' y ces overseas. Hazen said. Domestic first class letters and air letters and received his B.S. degreein

area," the Retail Merchants Com- community, then ordinances pro- postage rates are applicable and surface third class 1963 and a Journalism degree -

mittee of the Chamber of Com- viding the necessary authority to mall addressed type printed-: matter to Canada in 1065 from the University
through APOs and FPOs he
merce came up with recommendations should be passed. The City of o f Not explained.The and Mexico correspond to of FlorIda. He Is a lawyeron
U. domestic rates which
8 active In the Army
for a three-way attack on Keystone Heights recently adopted rate Increases lor both duty
are set by Congress and are
the problem at its recent early such an ordinance and has already r surface and airmail --averaging not being changed at this Judge and Advocate was commissioned General'aCorpa

| morning "Koffee Klatch." used it to compel one prop- 13 per cent- were first time. Hazen said. a. an officer in the Army's

All of the recommendations erty owner to have a dangerous proposed on January 14 and legal corp after being selectedon

[ would be relatively simple to put building removed. publicly confirmed on March Drivers UrgedTo the basis of his outstanding -

into effect and would attack the The merchants group also dis- 1. The Department explainedthat college and law school
the increase neededto Use Skills
wail
downtown problem at its root cussed the possibility of financingthe VI record. He Is now assigned ta:
help offset a deficit of
the Jack of adequate parking purchase of property for off- about $16 million In International Of ExpertsThe Fort Knox Ky. the of

space. The feeling was that if ef street parking in the business dis- 1 mall operations. Capt. Ritch la son
I basic driving skills Mrs. Hazel Ritch of Starke
fective step were taken to solve trict through regular monthly 11 t Yes Specific Information on the used by experts need to be and Is married to the former '

| this problem at least partially contributions from' business firms new international rates can learned and put to use by Individual Bevln Gorman of Palm Beach.

then the owners of downtown that would benefit from this ad- be obtained from! the' service drivers for greater

property would be encouraged to ditional customer' accomodation. # window' at the post office highway safety according to Folk Festival

move forward on another front A committee was named to explore # $: ; Hazen said. The Increasesare the Florida Highway Patrol. ..

I remodelling and expanding their the possibilities of such co Airmail: letters to Central Col H. N. Klrkman Direc- Starts May 5th

properties and making them more operative effort which has been America and the Caribbean! tor of the Department of At White SpringsThe

| attractive to shoppers generally. used effectively in other towns area from 13 cents a half Public Safety says "Many
Lr professional drivers nave developed Florida Folk Festival
The first step taken by the and cities. /L ounce to IS cents. skills color-
driving
I expert one of the state's most
I Merchants 1rVEl. V Airmail to the rest of the
Committee was to Whether or not all of these and habits in the course of ful spring I entertainment.

authorize letters to the Mayor suggestions bear fruit, it is en- 4 Western Hemisphere remains their training and experience events will be presented for

and Chief of Police asking for couraging to see that some at 15 cents n half and the average driver woulddo the 15th consecutive year at

strict enforcement of the two- thought and effort is being givento ounce except for Canada and well to follow their exam- Stephen Foster Memorial on
Mexico which are 8 ants per
hour parking limit in the down- solving problems that are by $ ounce. ,ple." the Suwanee River at White

town district 1 1 .1 1 !' Cg1l The five basic rules for expert Spring Seven programs will
with special atten- no means unique to Starke. vb ; ; Airmail to Europe and
driving, explained.: be held during the three-day
: were
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tion given to "chronic offenders, Senator John Spark man, chaIr- ; Mediterranean Africa increases 5-6-7.
: 1. Aim high in steering period May
some of whom are reported to be man of the powerful Senate BankIng ; ; 14ei Y, awlN from. 13 cents a ha.f ounceto this means looking well Folk music, dancing crafts,

leaving their cars parked in frontof and Currency Committee, rec- 20 cents. ahead of the path of your and traditions representing

places of business all day, or ently spoke before a meeting of Airmail ratts to the rest of car and analyze traffic before Florida history back to Indian ,

at least a major portion of the Downtown Progress, Inc. in .the world remain unchangedat you get 'to any place of potential War days will be presented by
half for
25 cents a ounce
day. Enforcement of the two-hour Washington, D.c. on the importance letter mall. hazard. individuals and groups from

rule should be the first step in of a strong central business Daylight Raving Time Aerogiammes and air post- 2. Get the all-inclusive big lecture! watch all ,sections Alabama of Florida and ,several Georgia -
keep an
any effort to provide more park- district component in Federal renewal cards will be incleased from over the entire roadway both other states.
ing for shoppers in the 11 to 13 cents. be
space programs. ahead and to the sides and Three programs will pre-
downtown area. "Downtown is as vital to the FARMER'SThe DIARYbut Items sent by air other be aware of both sights and sented on Friday and Satur-

The second recommendation of urban body as the heart is to the than letters and parcels suchas sounds around you. day, ..11ay6.. at 10 a.m., 1:30:
I the human small packages books periodicals p.m., and 7:30: p.m. The concluding -
Merchants Committee was to body, Senator Sparkmansaid. 3. Keep your eyes IT'ovtng-
continued like the and other printed is schedule.\
request the Chamber of Com- "For downtown nurtures the drought It was nothing move your eyes to the rear program
the weekend and Wind ago matter are increased ten for 2 Sunday, May 7.
through Big many years near far ahead and to both p.m.
merce Board of Directors to auth- entire city through its economic
with the hot sun blazing which blew over trees as cents per piece to all counties Aides There la no charge fur at-
letting
orize a feasibility study of making cultural, and recreational arter down every day many of the though they were com stalksIn except Canada. fix on never any one object your gaze for tending the festival, other

1 Call Street: a one-way street ies. It provides a solid tax base strawberry plantings bad i a field. Most letters going by surface more than two seconds- than, the usual gate fee for

for two or three blocks in the for the city. As a matter of fact, about 'given up the ghost. .. .. .. transportation all 4. Make sure they see you entrance. to the Memorial:

central business district. This I am sure that you all know that, Some seasons we used to. pick It happened back In the nations except Canada and -let others know what you ground. Including a museumof

would enable the city to establish in relation to is size, the down- right up to June, but we have 1800's. we were told and, one Mexico will Increase from 11 are doing or going to do by Foster relics and a 200-foot
Idea that the plant! will old timer who remembered it, to 13 cents. Postcards are bell tower.
angle parking on at least one side town district of a city pays far an using your horn lights turn Festival Is
this said that trees were down so raised' from 7 to 8 cents. The annual Folk
not last that long year.
of Call Street, thus increasing the more in taxes than it requiresin .. .. .. thick that 'a man could go Most printed matter, Including signals stop lights or hand sponsored by the Stephen

number of cars that could be services, and thus works to from trunk to trunk and publications, are increased signals. Foster Memorial! Commission,
6. Leave out-
parked in the area. support the public improvementsand Wholesale prices dropped never touch the ground for one cent tach. For yourself an with aaisstance from the Florida '
level which keep a space-cushion around,
social. health below the was Sam.McGarsey second. class publications to Folk Festival Association
The third suggestion with a and and.welfara.needs profitable for growers as a t By. long distances... .. your car don't get boxed inr of
Canada only the one cent Increase and the Florida Federation
of the rest of the
view to establishing more off- community result of shipping from other allow extra space at night
will be deferred for .Music Clubs.\
street parking areas in the down- areas and most of the berry sweep !In from soutlv.vesteily And talking of historical and give yourself time and

town district was a recom- Truer words were never spoken. farmers threw their fields. open direction. So If you happento things we were told by a six months to become effec- apace In which to see decide
tive November 1. 1937. Also
cloud from in Waldo that this area FFA NEWSThe
to consumers on a "youpick" see a big black man and act.Shiner.
basis at from 20 to 25 that direction, dipping low was once hit by an earth- the present bundling rstc.s.which ,
I Some Never Learn Then It's Too Lateter to be
; cents per quart. So now is on the horizon get set for quake. We can't: imagine permit postage Bradford and Starke
computed on the bulk weightof Given Future. Farmers of
Chapters
that but then as hot Is it Is
An automobile can be a dangerous preventive medicine than the the time for people who want real trouble Gainesvillefor
of publications
will to
packages America
their freezers to !now, It's hard to recall that Research Grant go
weapon. In the hands of an sentence of $50 or five days the berries for 0SA we ever had snow around the District Contest on

irresponsible driver one who is judge handed out. stock upOther .. .. .. small one struck near here but we did back in 1958 For StudyJ. April :28.

not alert or one out for some fun But sadly Judge Yawn Is some- here some time ago, and blewa and Sam has a picture to ins. then cook on low heat The following teams. will
too have been for 20 minutes t Serves 6 to W. [Bill) Shiner of in the contests:.
compete
or seeking a thrill, it can kill or times criticized for his strict poli crops ; house off Its foundation prove It. .4.Iii
heli4. back by the drought.: 81. Starke has received a research Parliamentary Procedure:
maim.
cies. Parents even argue for their Plantings of corn are practically Note: this dish may be seasoned grant for study towarda Greg Alvarez Roy Knight

That fact was tragically demon- youngsters when they accompany standing still at a : with garlic salt chill PhD degree at State Uni- James. Sellers. Raymond

strated last! weekend when a 19- them to court. Remarks are some- height of about two foot NEWS And NOTESr powder etc. I do like to add versity. N. Y. Thomas, David Scott. James

year-old youth was killed when times made outside the court that waiting for rain. If and.when. more meat but a'ou can suit Shiner will be one of a Knight, from the Bradford

his automobile went out of con- some of the policies are too se- we get a good soaking rain, For Today's Homemakers your own taste. five-man team of researchers Chapter.

trol and rolled over him. The vere."lie's. that corn will Jump up practically TO SERVE 35Follow directions assembled by the U. S. Forest Tractor Driving: David Stal-

youth was in the process! of the overnight. When that Ity Martha Sue McCain above but use the Service to participate In an naker, Bradford Chapter.
only a teenager amounts expanded of Federal
almost heir following : program
can
Lamar
happens you Public :
Speaking
negotiating the sharp curve on
of Starke ata father of the youth .charged with the corn growing as It will County I Extension( Ont and one-third cups Research Into the exonomlc, demons.. Starke Chapter.
Edwards Road west told the "i shortening, 2 diced onions social and esthetic aspects of
driving over 100 mph grow nearly afoot in a day. Home Economics Agent cups James Allen Reporter
for road .
"speed too great con- court Tuesday. 2 cups diced green peppers outdoor education. Bradford Chapter

ditions," according to Florida criticized Ever see a streak of black ------ 2 pounds hamburger Shiner received> his Master
Highway Patrol Trooper J. K. The judge was also lightning? Sam did last Sat- meat 4 cups diced celery, 8 Degree In forestry at the

Wade who investigated the acci- recently when he advocated, after urday when he was mowingthe \ COFFEE: NEWS; Top with whipped cream anda cups Kidney beans [cooked) University of Florida In December -

dent. a rash of school skipping parties, lawn. While looking UP In recent years one of the sprinkle of nutmeg. Serve 4 cups mushrooms. 8 cups and his selection as a 000 annually and will permit

Just such a tragedy !is what that students not be allowed to the strip he was cutting he- flavors to show its great versatility with a spoon and straw. uncooked noodles 13' cups tomatoes member of the research ,team him to engage In full time

law enforcement officers drive automobiles to school. saw a black snake [tor maybea In all kinds of cookIng "One-Two Coffee Punch is salt pepper. was boned on his academic study. .
this __ _
county's blue racer I that was at his been coffee. New great for the gang youngsters record. The grant la for 13,,
How unfortunate
led by County Judge T. A. a teenager and that cookbooks have given;: them- and oldsters alike. For
least six feet long ... ....
have mounted unceas- would be if he missed a skipping coffee 12 need -
Yawn an zipping across the nclvei over entirely to servings/ you'll a pint
thing was
ing fight against. As a result of session! because of a lack of transportation lawn like the devil was after cookrry. V There H an ever- of milk, 2 quarts of strong y yI I Call Street NamedFor

his tough policy with those who him. expanding lint of new products cool coffee. 2 teaspoons of ,

violate the state's speed laws Parents, of all people should .. .. .. with coffee flavoring vanilla and, one-half cup su:<- !

Judge Yawn's court has gainedan recognize how lucky they and The poultry business hAS How l I'nt has coffee been ar. Stir these together and T crritoriaGovernor/
and cofCC'S chill. At serving time, put a /
certainly by leaps 'u ed. Oeneially we dote
!grown
area-wide reputation. their off-spring are to be broughtinto
Bradford County ( beginnings from. about whole quart of ice cream x
In
'r
bound
Yet each month literally hundreds court for a speeding viola- '
and this entire area. Every 900) ) A. D. when It was first (vanilla or chocolate or coffee E r
of drivers are charged in tion! How much better would it time we ride eround the made Into a beverage in I In a punch bowl or huge ,..pp wi ""

Bradford County with unlawful be to do that than to attend the county we nee new chicken Arabia.At pitcher. Pour the chilled coffee : i

speed .or numerous other earless! funeral of a loved one as'one fam houses going up and together first coffee( was!' pre- mixture over the Ice t .

infractions of the law. ily had to do this week with those already scribed by medical men as a cream. Place on ton whole HA IcE J} CAI,

"Do you want to kill\ yourself?" Scenes in County Court have built you can sew why this 1 Is cure for innumerable ail bowlful of sweetened whipped I __' GRAND,MASTg { S 'A ;
of the leading poul- ments. But within, the next cream. Cut through the y vxA '
Judge Yawn asked a typical teenager funeral now one tA.N 9F Fl ta '
doubt
no replaced many a try production areas In the few hundred years people ice cream with a big spoon, I VV rffR110a' '; QNCR 9F., bq"Fta
who had been arrested for
when a driver learned his lesson. state. gradually came to realize breaking !It up in pieces. Gl$3ati 39.Id41I: '

driving' in excess of 80 mph on Judge Yawn is to be commendedfor f. f. ,. that coffee was Intended pure- Then spoon punch around ,r Jxi44. :

US301. his stand, sometimes in the The next step were told ly as a drink.of pleasure. Its and over whipped cream. 1'V f

"Do you want to cripple your- face of many adversities. The is the setting up of a poultry use spread and in about 1815 Sprinkle the whole beautiful .,1., CtO N' lbp'iAH'a4E3FC1LDPS

self 'for life?" lawmen of Bradford County can processing plant in this area. It was introduced Into: West- thing with a little nutmeg. I ><3k14 AkUoOIfpaTMe
"Do kill has grown to ern Europe. Over 400 million Ladel Into punch cups or coffee -
you want to someone also be justly proud of their dili- as production t
else?" the point where one is reededIn cups of coffee are consumed cups and stand back and
gence.It In the United watch the gang enjoy It I
this section. We've never every day
The to each of these
answers is unfortunate that their efforts Now of those
visited one. but we under- States alone. for one .t. ,
and similar questions were, of sometimes not adding variety to quickie one dish meals-and -
are appreciated. stand that there can: be no Are you
course, negative. objection to them on the your coffee drinking? Try another way to use ground Richard Keith Cull Grave Marker In TallahasseeThe

Had this teenager been at the basis of odors. as there was some of the following coffee beef.
It is truly sad to think that the NOODLE MEDLEY [family. Perhaps you have wondered two men formed a life was defeated. He was an early
scene of the accident on Edwards to old-fashioned slaughter recipes for at home gather
scene on Edwards Road last Sat- .tee] as have many others long friendship and later developer of the State and
Itoad Saturday night it probably houses everything Is ings or company.
as where Starke's. Call Street came to Florida together. buUt one of Its first railroads -
will be Is made by One-third shortening,
would urday night repeated un- strictly sanitary. "Cappucclne" cup
have been for
not necessary .. .. .. of one-half diced onions got Its name.According. where Call settled In Penaa- -from Tallahassee to
equal quantities
combining cup
him to appear in court Tuesday.The less the lesson finally reaches one-half diced to unofficial histories cola and began the practice St. Marks on the Gulf of
But we could also profitably teaming milk and steaming cup green peppers
sight might have been bet home. have a strawberry pro- expresso coffee (works flivel. one-half pound hamburger published from time of law. He became a member Mexico.
to time In past Issues of The .ot the Legislative:: Council. a
ceasing plant to utilize the Pour into Cappucclne cups, meat scup diced! cel- In 1824 he married :Miss
Telegraph It was named for delegate to Congress a Receiver *
fruit produced here. Not to which are tall and slender ery, 2 cups Kidney beans Mary Letitia Kirkman of
The Bradford County Telegraph bottom Richard Keith Call. Territorial of the West Florida Nashville. Tenn., the cere-
RID4 mention blackberries whichare cups. Sprinkle with cinnamon [cooked)I. 1 cup
of Florida! from Land Office and Brigadier
Per- mushrooms 2 uncooked Governor a being 'performed In The
with
grown here on a commer- Serve sugar cups mony
4A ESTABLISHED 1879 cia} basis now or pecans. Put haps Oou would prefer a topping noodles 3 cups tomatoes salt. 1838 to) 1839. and again from -General of the West Florida Hermitage/ the home of General -

in "cr"teaesur E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher. en > three together'and we of whipped cream and pe
N might have a new preserve shaved. chocolate. Heat the shortening !in a Call was born at He was Territorial Governor great grandfather of Mary'

0 0 Florida' Oldest Weekly Newspaper PoMlihed Contlaotwly that would be something extra "Coffee Velvet' Is a drink skillet with a lid. Lightly Plttsfleld. Prince George Q( Florida during two periods Call Collins wife of former

Ifo1 Under The Same! Slant Head. special. which starts off hot, but it brown the onion and green County, Virginia on October 1836-39 and 1841....- Governor Leroy Collins.
ql/ON VI'ubilshed .. .. .. ends up cold. It's one of the pepper, then add meat and 4. 1792. He died in Tallahassee While Governor he actively On Jan IT, 1850 GOT. Call

each Thursday and entered a* Second Cow Matter mi the Post Oltlatat dot to reading up on the effects best warm weather coffee brown. Layer the celery Fla. on Sept. 14, 1862 commanded troops In the was elected and Installed as

Starke, Florida under Act of March.3nl. 187t. of a tornado .after the drinks nil a ,laM about two- mushrooms noodles and tomatoes and is burled there. Seminole War. Orand Master of Florida
terrible storm out- went last thirds full with vanilla ice in order Season to Oov. Call served under When Florida. became a. Masons. and served: until Jan.
Subwtlptlasfl la tnul amti I yntr, *$l. Mll d n* .ttM, 91.33IraU
week and we learned that cream. Pour In hot coffee taste. Cover skillet tightly General Andrew Jackson state In 1843 he was a candidate 14. 1831.BRADFORD .
Oua.1d. real I jMtr, $4JM>,; 1 M<*4I 4 i1MI the violent winds usually until about four-fifths full. Cook on high heat til steam- during the Creek Indian War. for Governor, but

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EIGHT Dlt\JWOItJ) (COtfNTT? TKLrcflRAI'H.: HTARKlC FLORIDA THURSDAY. -APRIL 27, 1967
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visited .. file any olAlmn or demandswhich
.yyyyyyyyyyyVyyyyVYVVLAVITE.Y --- -- Debby of Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. STER. d naiadINOTICK
have
they may $jaln.tmaid
T L4 L4aw Mr and Mrs. J. D. Pay Lon. and Mrs. Jerry Dyaland TO ALL PRRSON8 OF PBOnATB YNTIUU9STBB : \ amu.t In tftoflie.- ot th..
Saturday J. M. Dyer were visiting I.V TIIfoJ- BSTATK! OF SAIDDIOCEDKNT county judge. of Bradford County
\ Florida, In the courthouse
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Payton rela.tives1n. Ft. Myers this You .are: her: ..by" notified. that .nt Stark. Florida, within .lx
recently visited Mrs. Frances weekend.: a written lni>tn.>m.nt purportIng calendar months from the date
By Eira Blonchard Wimperley of Daytona Beach. There are two more nights to be. the taut. will and t..t- of the first publication of this
ament of ...hl decedent ha. beenadmitted ""tlr.. Each claim. or demand
Mrs. Malanar Hersey and of Cottage Prayer Meeting to probate. In thiscourt must l be In wrltlnir and must
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 before the revival. Saturday rommand- state the place of residence andpout
of Orlando, recently You are hereby
Grant,
Church Activities Mrs Old night will finish It. IL1'111\ be ed. within nix calnndar. months nfricn address.. of the claimant -
: attended the Grand from the dal8 l of the tireS publication and must be sworn to by
p The First Baptist Church Opera In Jacksonville.Mr at the O. E. Crosbys at 7:30.: ot this nolle toappear' the clnlmnnf. Din sent" or hi*
held baptismal services. last and Mrs. Howard Os- Everyone Is welcome. In this court .and show cause attorney. or It will become void
I \\t why the action aonordlnir to. law.
any you can
Sunday afternoon at Prescott'sLanding teen, and family, visited( Mr The revival will begin Monday of this' court> In adtnlttlnx April I4th Iltfl7.a .
on King-slay Lake. and Mrs. O. L. Crawford and I night at 7:30: with Rev. aid will to prnhitt should not ( / zdrn Hamilton.
Mrs. James Norman was bap- Friday. Joe Olachea of Green Cove! stuiiil unrevoked-. Administrator corn. teitftmento
family Estate of T. B.
of the
Theran A. YawnOmintv annexo
Used at this time with Rev. i Springs/ conducting the meet- |18 Ju l Bradford County I Plnholntpr. dRc..a.d.
f < < Edward Harvey' officiating.A ; ,a 'yY yy""yYY..TyyYBayless Ing. It will continue through Florida.. I Firm publication of April 20

fellowship dinner was en- ,. Sunday, May 7, which Is the First Publication. on April 20th 1987' 4-20 4t 6-lt

joyed at Evergreen Baptist t annual homecoming There 19U7 4.20 4t 5-11

Church last Saturday night. A -?rI_. .-. -. .. Hiway I will be special music every I THE RIGHT POINT for the
delicious ''barbecue wa served I night. Everyone is Invited to 1V:F COt"W'FY .r.'UOI rot'HT.IN ,
Come In.,
to the members and some CAP Commander Receives CharterAt attend these'meetl':1gl: and Awl) FOR HH4I>FUK1ivrv. > the way you write.
FI.OIIIIHIn favorite ES-
<> !
from other chur"hesThis By Mm. O. E. Crosbyyyyy'vyyyyyyyyyym and select your
guest .
..
,bring (your singers. ra: Estate ?
was followed by an 011.1I I the Group 12 Commander* Call In Gainesville Sunday T. B. PINIIOIJ TKR alk/a TERBROOK fountain pen.

fashioned hymn sing afternoon. (:U'It, Slimak Group 12 {Commander. and Col. 11 rorvnr! irnat-v/ c-onrr STBn.TRtTBY d"BAXTKTt F.anad. PIN HOL- TELEGRAPH

The Grace Methodist WSCS I Kulph Owenn, Wlnjp Commander, presented. the charter to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp IN ANI' ) FOIt HHAI>POHU O'rlt'H TU CIIRUITOHH
18, ( U.VrY/ Fi.OItJJLtIn All crdltor, of the estate of Ad In th*.TELEGRAPH -
met Tuesday night, Apr. of their son and A Classified
Frank LeHrarbeiiu, Company Commander of the Starke CadetlUaIron. were guests rft: KHtatfr of T. U. I..ce..d. .are
E'inhulster.
at the home of Mrs.! Effle dauKhter-in-law, Mr. and, B. PINHOrjHTEIV ..''k/. hereby notified and required to brine results.
Ml 1er. Mrs. Tribe presentedthe Mrs.- Joe Sapp and children 1'1' BAXTER

,- program, "Across the At- I!.also Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pet-

.._... ,, .., __ _. lantic to Introduce Method- cher In Jacksonville last
z. -- -- --- ----------- -- PINHOL.Gome
Ism. I week.

Winkler Visits Maytag Headquarters held A Preachers at the Highland Conference Baptist was I F.'r.I Ellxson: and were Mrs.in Gainesville Kenueth toG'hevron1ilandl

Warren W. Winkler (right), Wlnklt'r Klertrir.! Inc. of Church at 7:30: p.m. Friday I l'Saturday;

Stark*", .IH III'/ ri during a recent visit to Maytag Compiinyheudquurtera The speakers were pastors of I Mr. an:*!' Mrs. Lavon Crosby
five out of town ehurcheH. Refreshments
In Newton, lowiv with a group of Florida, appliance served by and children of Brunswick, .

dealer Winkler and othrrv tlm were Ga. spent the weekend with
spent day touring l'aytag' ladles of the church to the I
_
.. manufacturing,. laboratory testing and office fucillUas. large attendance.On his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. ,

and conferring with key company executive Tuesday night, Apr. 18. ,I A. Crosby. I33 I-
Mrs. Delores Craig and
WalkeI'arrived
Rev. and Mrs. James
at 'the home of Mr; children of Jacksonville ,i i' & ?( ? "
spent the weekend with Mr. '
and Mrs. H. W. Bennett for : f
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home be and Mrs. Peavy Lyons. Mr. ,
to
what they thought was
I and Mrs. George Hlhsmlth : C
I a choir practice and were surprised t ;
STARKE PHONE 964-6200
and children of Green Cove
hear singing !
to everyone -
i "Happy Birthday." It wa* | Springs were Saturday night ,. f l l.r ,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176 t
I a joint celebration of their [I guests of the' Lyons. 4I $ A4

birthday anniversaries whichare ,, Mr. and Mrs. Lois New- : t
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Rental 1 Services A mans were visiting their son 1' 4' '
only two day apart. --- -- 'I W ( I
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roasted weiner plate was sewed Capt. Friedman and !Cudrt Turner of the Stark Squadron I and family Mr. and Mrs. .. '
HOSPITAL-BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS Charles Newmans In Fair- '; :
and everyone enjoyeJ ,
listen. to w/ little advice from Ciulwt" Capt. Ilcmhry and Cadet l/ .

toasting marshmallows. The Cmirninmler of GalneHVille and Inform banks Saturday. Charier and .., u-.. :: e4'
CRUTCHES I Sgt. Prey a* Prey ,
I special cake. wa made to. represent Ethel have recently built a ,.; .
l. the Bible and there tion Officer Turner of Starke look;: on and remark that a! new home In Fairbanks ,- ': ictsuw cREVRfl$' ItJISUP9CMI.r $ W44s
I
were several other delicious little advice rawer hurts. Mr. an.:}' Mrs. Joe Sapp and f

: cakes which were served with ---- -- I famlliv of Jacksonville!* Rev.I 1 ..

GET CASH punch. About 60 members of impersonating a dow.. and and Mrs. Dave MecMraa and I ; CHEVI CIVR9 /L CEi808

I the -church were present lor entertained them for u while I I ,v VvyvyyyyvvyyyVyVTHERESSA. daughters and Mrs. Katherine 4jf;

IMMEDIATELY I this delightful affair. with antics. | Sapp and son were dinner II 4 ;
.
St'hi'Clule guests! of Mr. and Mrs.
I
The party was held Ir.. the
Grace Methodist: Sunday Eldon Sapp Sunday.Mr. .
yard and the children en loved : 1
I School 9:4i: : a.m., Worship 11 I and Mrs. Sam Mede- _
playing with ballons.
games Linda Crawford
By
a-rn. and. 7:30: p.m.", Prayer iras of Gainesville were sup-
The birthday cake was iced
: r" $25 TO $600 Circle Monday 9 a.m.. Junior with chocolate and trimmed AAAAAAAAAAAI.AAAAAAAAAflops per guests of his parents. Rev.and .

MYF" Wednesday evening 6 with yellow. Cake, Pepsi and Mrs. Dave Medeiras 'cputthafSbimg 6plritln}'Ourem:Treat to tht kind gasoTHte," : rpettt

p.m., followed by choir practice candy were served to the honoree Baptist Church Monday night. driving pleasure. Fill up at the red and JIm Gevranpwnsandrxpe7tMce thttMttvftKWfomertttewfafomance.

and Senior MYF. and 20 young friends who The New Life Bible Club Rev. Medeiras,left bv plane .T/J I's Chevron bland just south if the Standard sty*I

DO YOU HAVE. First Baptist: Sunday School enjoyed the occasion with her. held its last meeting for thlt Tuesday night for New Bedford

10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and year Monday. Tuesday night at Mass. to be with his
-Too many payments to make? 8 pm, Training Union 7 p.m., VIElting Mr. and Mrw! 3. D the Community House, The mother for a few days. She Is

Midweek services Wednesday 8 Clark and family on Sunday New Life Bible Club, held a
-Too many bills to pay? were her brother and sister-in- demonstration program for the critically ing for her ill and recovery.we are pray- K. G. DUNCAN, Agent STANDARD

p.m.Church of God: Sunday law Mr and Mrs. Ernie New. parents. Some of the children Mrs. Beverly Spence of

DO YOU NEED School 10 a.m., Worship 11 some, of Starke. won trips to camp, and some Jacksonville was dinner guestof Starke, Fla." OIL

I ajn. and 7:00: p.m.. YPE!: Wednesday Clyde Walnwrlght who Is got awards. The New Lift her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting stationed at Fort Bennlrg1, Gn., Bible will begin again in the

EXTRA CASH NOW? Friday 7:30: p.m. spent ,Jt.lliio..wee. ""....wt th fall. O.mothe E. Crosby, "'M rV.f and:"JL.her grand-John; :r _--U5 U5P'-5-- I ...
his parents Mr.: and Mrs. 11. at'
Highland Baptist: Sunday There will be a revival

LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 'C. Woin wrlght, and Mrs. Clyile Hope Baptist Church, begin I ._ _.
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a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30: Wainwrlght who i is spending nlng Sunday. April 30, and .

MONEY PROBLEMS I| p.m., Choir Practice- 6:30: p.m., some time with the Walnwrlghts. ending Sunday, May 7 witn

Prayer meeting Wednesday evangelist Chet Wambler of

We Are Trained To I 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Tom Bary, Tom Jr. and Jacksonville.The AREA BUSINESS E DIRECTORYCRANE
Help On Thursday of last week Juley of Columbia, S. C. spent young people in the

Mra. M. M. Jordan. gave a the weekend with her mother community are being given the

her Debra.. Alra. Selma Eunice, Mr. and visit ,
party for daughter opportunity .to Camp I
Finance
Co. in celebration of her 6th birth- Mrs. J. H. Eunice and familyand Gilead In Pope City for a day AUTO SALES& SERVICE -Farm and Industrial I LADIES WEAR Office Equipment

Tr.ffl? I day anniversary. The children other relatives. of retreat, on Saturday, April I I Equipment

226 N. Ph. 964-7449 were surprised and delighted Mr. and Mrs. Frank WainwrIght 29.' If you are interested please Jeep Jeepster Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office

when Mrs. Jordan 11... reared and ''baby were visiting contact Mrs. Fred Dodd. Family of 4 Wieel Drive Santa Fe Tractor, Most Fashionable EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorized

I their son-in-law and-da.ught..r) Uveryone! 4s invited to come RAMBLER Address For Ladles
O Inc.
... '_ u. u .., Mr. and Mrs, Emory Kunice!: and participate in our recreation DRESSESSUITSCOATSM.tTERNITY
,r-------- ;:. :" -.4 and daughter, the first part of at tho. Theressa Commun.. Ridgway Motor Co. FORDFarm WEARACCESSORIES Dealer
last .k. Clary Victor-Totalila
we
Center each Tractors 8
ity Friday night 1132 8. Main < Implements :
?: .... ......>1,. ( u Visiting Mr.' and Mrs.\ at 7:30.: The recreation, Is Gainesville 372-8433 Ford Industrial Equipment 7 W. University Gainesville Adding Machine, CalculatonSALESSERVlCE.RENTALS
.. Charlea Shuforci for the weekend .
"' "r' :v sponsored by Hope BaptistChurch. USED EQUIPMENT
-' ",. ....y.6 ., -e"* e. were :Mr. and Mrs. Carl. SALES PART SERVICE MEN'S WEARL SAVE TIME DIsciM you
y .. : .' Shuford and family of Eau- requirements with u* first.,
'h-, 1 Coii't forget, Sunday Schoolat PICK UP &; DELIVERY
8.14. <-, .. BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE I & L Men's 528 N. Marin St. Oalneovllla
:-__.... '" _" 'r .4- Gallie. Their daughter, Mrs. 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville Shop
.- L. E. Tharpe of Cullen, Va., 11 a.m'.j; Training Union 6:30: ) Phone 376-2348 e Florshelm Shoes-- Phone 376-5551

\. t ; ::;; ; ; ., arrived Monday for a visit. p.m. Evening Worship 7:15: ; Inr. Peso ;Pluma Suits

\ oj Mr. and Mrs. James Waln Wednesday night Prayer Servo SALES & SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIES Ladies Sports WearS PAINT & GLASS
wright and family and Norma Fine Selection' of Used Cars
ice at 7:30: with choir practice Arrow Dress Shirts
Jean Prevatt attended the supper after services. Taken On CadUlao Trade Johnson & Faris, Inc. IS W. University Gainesville Liddell Paint &

I and singing at Evergreen PKKSONALS 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Complete Line of

I Baptist Church last Saturday Mr. and Airs. Joseph. Zelgler PHONE 378-33O1 SEEDSPLANTSInI8Ctll'ldPet MOBILE HOMES: Glass Co.

4 evening.On recently spent the weekend SUppUt'llFERTIUZERS KTANIZK PAINTS
Sunday the Junior MYF1 with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dam. MUSTANG Glass' -Mirror Sliding Door

enjoyed a picnic lunch at pier. While Mr. Zeigler and 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Mobile Homes, Inc.Go.Ine"'Ule' Tub Enclosures-Shower Door

Strickland's Landing after Mr. Dumpier. had drill Mrs. LINCOLN-MERCURY 224 N.W. 8th Aye. -WlnolowlI-A-tnJrCarpetWailpaperStorehoD -
Discount Mobile
K : ) Church. Tho e attending were Zeigler and Mrs. Dampier wentto Authorized Soles & Service PHONE 372-0478 Home Swlea Lot. $

Elan and Wayne Wainwrlght, Gainesville. 606 E. University Gainesville Gainesville Fla. Purchase discounts entire Consultation. _
Cindy. Duck, Mary Smith and Donald Dedge, son of Mr. Phone 372-4251 I on 118 N.W. Sixteenth St.
Norma Jean Prevatt They C.LASSGAINESVILLE;; chain guarantee huge saVings. GAINESVILLE S72-8191
and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez came NEW MOON CAFELLA _
,,, were I accompanied by Mrs. T.
I, / home Friday night. Donald is Crane's ImportsVolvo PACEMAKERUsed
V. Duck Mr. and Mrs. Janie .
in the Army and Is stationedat Mobile SEWING MACHINES
(Merrnlfw-Benx) Homes Low
.-. Wainwrlght, Madron. Duck and Fort Sill, Okla GLASS CO. INC.
i'I I KIAT-IHIXM.W Priced. With approved credit
Brenda Jones.Mra I
/ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin-
2201 N. Main Gainesville' "EVERYTHING IN GLASS" low as $100 down. National
Effle Miner was ?lslting Sewing
dell visited Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Phone 372-4373 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 NorthGalnmvllle
Store Mirrors
Mrs. Bettlo Miner and Fronts -
sons
fred Underwood
Saturday
Machine
378-1346 Co. Inc.
in Jacksonville on Sunday. i Windows Sliding GlassDoors ,

EVERY ACRE A Jack WaInWright and Jack night.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and 'Beauty Academy Tub Enclosures CALL COLLECT New Home, Pfaff, Neteo,
Jr. of 3038 N. F.. Waldo Rd. Universal.Sewing !Machine
Waycr ss, Ga spent the
family, visited the music festival Motorcycles Scooters .
POWELL'S Galnmvlll 3762084University Sale & Service
A BIGGER weekend with Mr. and Mrs. In Orange Park. :
T. L. 1 Nearly New Units SO monthly.
Walnwrjght.Jfr. Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt CYCLERAMAMotorcycles
PROFIT MAKER Herseyand Beauty AcademyLearn
and Mrs. John Lang. Glass Budget Term Available.
ford of Lake Butler and, about 20 more attended a Profession In Your 611 W. University, Gainesville
Mrs.
WITHEIectricaI1.1powered Donald Knight and children of the Country Muslo Show In Spare Time. Full or Part TimeD & Glazing Co., Inc. 3181SMTILE'I
e YAMAHA
Jacksonville Jacksonville, Saturday night- Y A: EVENING CLASSESLow MIRRORS
were Sunday visitors eBIlW
Mr. and Mrs. Klrby Swindell
of Tuition Terms AUTO GLASS
Walnwrights. Mrs. and Dave, spent Friday night SALES SERVICE
ElectricallypumpedirrIgation 219 N.W. 10th
Knight and children also visit. Ave. Tub Enclosure Showers I ACCESSORIES & PAINT'FLINTROTE
and all day Saturday, wlth ed her broth rinlaw Doors Store Fronts .
and
and Mrs.. Walter Swindell and 615 'V. University: Gainesville
sister. Air. and Mrs. Emory family.Mr. 1319 S. Main Gainesville 378-2811 TUZVinylVinyl
Eunice and ; 376-9931 Asb tos.
family. Asphalt
and Mrs. G. L. Craw-
CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss !MOVERS Floor Finishing PrOdt1cta.CARPET' .
ford and family attended: a IRON ORNAMENTAL
Elizabeth Terry visited Mrs. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I .
monthly preaching sel vice at Long Distance Moving
irrigation
seepage pumps or eya- O. J. Phillips. in Baptist Me. Highland Baptist Church Fri. COXCRETErRODC S Ornamental Iron Local Drayage WALLPAPERTenneyTile

.I' tem are essential production tools on farms and groves. morial Hospital In Jacksonville day night. ARE TIlE BEST FROM: Steel StairsFabrication ;. Storage Packing -(Crating; & Paint

Saturday. We are pleasedto Rev. and Mrs. Packham Edward's A Erection of 2222
: recently Building. Shipping N.W. 6th St.
Pfofit-maling. Convenient. Economical. note that Mrs. Is
Labor-saving. Phillips Light Structural Steel
visited Mr. and Mrs. BIU FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S Gainesville 378-1302

) An always dependable electric motor is automa ticaUy'controUed. improving.Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish Combee and family of Hamas 726 Supply S. Maln3724844GAINESVILLE,.Inc. Miscellaneous Iron MOVING

Steel Products Co.
L th a time clock or float switch. and children spent Sunday City.Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Childs ,. FLA. & Storage, Inc.ss.&o TRAVEL
sightseeing In. St. Augustine. and 55 N.W.23rd Bird,.Oaln..viIle
Sue
daughter of Fort
N.E. Waldo Rd.
4. Sco your equipment dealer or contact us.THERE'S Mr. and Mrs. John VVyrJck 3720381JANITOR'S
Pierce visited Mr. and MM. Gainesville 372-4271
of Tallahassee weekend I House of Travel l
were L. K. Childs, Sunday. ELECTRIC MOTORS ,
visitors of Miss Ellzaoeth Ter- SUPPLIES
,. Mrs, Grant of Orlando has MUSIC INC.
ry and. Mrs. Joyce Futch. recently vlsltted Mrs. Malanar: I

NO MATCH, FOR Mrs. Mary Lock .attended Hersey. Mrs. Grant, was a ELECTRIC Spence Lipham' Music CoGaIn..vWe AIRLINES!

the CO Anniversary Homecom- former resident of Theresjtw! Motor Repair Co. Chemical SuppliesJanitorial Shopping Ctr. STEAMSHIP!
FLAMELESSELECTRIC.
.. Jj4I lug of Archer Elementary i IV*,IV.
;* ** Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bryan Clean- 312- MS hotel,!
School. She enjoyed the program Of'Gainesville, Tao.RepairingRewinding. Supplies Cor RenUtel.
IT'SCHEAPER.-TOOI. JARUETnR 4'i'111: and dinner wheru' she of Starke, Mr. and Mrs.\ Jim- big1 Chemicals Wax 110 N. W. 10th AvenueAuthorized No Charge For Oar; Duiit

"' visited with friends of long my Crosby of Starke, and New and Used Broom Brushes. Mops Weekdays 8:30 to 0:00

standing. Mrs. Lock Is a naive Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packham WORK GUARANTEED Buckets Restroom Supplies Guitars Baldwin Piano. Gibson Sc Organ Sat. 9 to 12.

of Archer where she enjoyed a steak supper' and 1030 8- Main Ostoeavill-\ Sc Equipment <- Goya 3415 W. University Ave.
,
FLORIDA POWER, & LIGHT COMPANY She made the trip some shopping afterward,! in Phone 372-8318 701. SE :3nJr G'vUlo 372-2180 Drama LudwIg Sllngerland Gainesville 37S1C01rAGE
grew np.
Feuder Standard. Amplifier
HtLPlNQ BUILD flORIDA Jacksonville Friday nght.: > ..
with an old cla mate. ,_ .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TBMcqnArn.:: STARKJB. FLORIDA

TlfURSDAY.. _APRIL Z7, 1967
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NEW RIVER BAPTIST Ronald RegisterServicesHeld'

Pine Level RevivalServices Sunday School 10 a. m. ,

Plans AnnualHomecoming Set May 1.7 At t I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. At BrookerFuneral
8:30 m
Training Union. : P.
Bayless Hy. Church I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m' services fo>* Ronald

Prayer Meeting Wednesday Register, 27, who died Tuesday
Sunday April 30. has been I A Summer Revival Monday 7 p. m. -I* L. Parker, pastor Apr, 18, were held at 7p.m
designated as Annual Homecoming .* May 1 through Sunday,
Day for Pine Level May 7, 'Is scheduled,, at the Ill-WAV CHAPEL Brooker Thursday Baptla, Apr.Church.20. in the In-
Baptist Church. Highway Baptist!
Bayless ASSEMBLY OP GOD terment; was In' the Wayfarer
The pastor Rev. D. L.: Church with Rev. Joe R. 01-
Cemetery In Ollchriatf County
Ramsey announces that the of the First Ral-
ache pastor West Weldon St. anct! with Brannon Funeral Homeof
church ecks to enlist for this/ Church' Irr Green
Baptist ford Road; 18. Lake Butlers In charge ot
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day the attendance of every Cove Springs, as evangelist., ,- -- '7 p. m.-L. .U Parker pastor arrangements' '

member. A cordial invitation Homecoming services are NORTIISIDE! BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Sunday SM'VlcesSW1da, Surviving area son, Byron,
is also extended to all final day of the METHODIST RAIFORD BAPTIST
past set. on the ) I FIRST
CHURCH School 10' Morning Jacksonville hU
CHURCH CHURCH a, nv of :. mother.
members, ministers, and revival... Sunday, May: T, 'with CHVRCU CHURCH I
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School, 10? a. m \Vorahlp 11 a L. m.,C.:A. Youth Mre.: Beatrice Sullivan., Brooker -
Sunday
friends. I singing In the afternoon. Sunday Church School.,. Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule 'of services: SUn- Mornine ,Worship, 11 a, m. Sunday School 10 a: mv Group, 6 p. m. ]EveningWor!: ; five brotper.JAck- and
Special recognition will be There will be special musta 9:45: a. m., Morning, Worship. School 10 a.m. Worship, 11 day School. 9:45: a. m. !MornIng and 7 m.-iRev. .Leland A. Morning Worship 11 a. m.; ship, 7 p.- m. Prayer,, Meeting! Dan Register; of Ocala; Donald -
given during the morning, each night of the revival. M\ i.. m. Snack Supper for a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Training ,, Worship.. 10:45: a. m Baker, p.pastor Evening Worship. 8 p. m.; 7:30: P- m,. Thxmday of!,Akron. Ohio John, of
service to all families with 15 Rev. M. David Medelros, MYF. 8 p. 'm. MYF ireeting: Union, 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack Training. Union, 6:48: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Leroy Ughtsey.pastor Key West and Jerry Sullivan
or more in attendance. pastor of the Btuyless. Church 7:45Mid Thursday Visitation, 10 8pm. Sing eachi) Friday,at 8
6:30: Evening. Worship C Quarterly Stolte pa; tor."CIIURCII Evening Service of Brooker; and five sisters.
Rev. H. U. Mullins pastor Invites everyone to attend. Confeienctl 7:30.: week Prayer. Service Wednesday a, m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane..pas AIRPARK BAPTIST Mrs. Hazel: Crews Callahan: ;

of the,Pensacola Baptist Tam- Monday -Olrl.Scouts,meet OF GOD 7:43.: p. m tor. :Mrs.! Betty Haltlwanger, Jacksonville -
pie, will speak at both services Religious CrusadeTo In Fellowship Hall, 3:15-: 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday Service1, Sunday ;;.. Mm, Vmgle McRae
and there will 'be dinner' Commission on Education. 7 Sunday School, 10 a. m. MADISON S'f8tB'f'B.PTlST : Sunday school'! 10 a. m. BUOOKER BAPTIST School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Starke; Miss :Mary Register,
on the grounds after the morning ''I Begin May 7, p. m. Official Board meeting Worship Services. 11 a. m. CHURCH 'Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m, Worship, 11 a.. m. Training Tulaa, Okla.; and Miss Arlene
worship hour. Morning. Worship 11 a. m. Union <:30> p. m. Evening
Auditorium Register, Brooker.
In BHS and 7:30 YPE Wednes- Eve- "
In sanctuary 8pm. : p..m. "( School, Training JJnlon 7 p m.
Sunday Sunday Union, 6:30: p. nxEvenlng Service, 7:30, Wednesday:!
Training :
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Tuesday WSCS Executive day 7.30: p. m. Frayep Meeting ning Worship, 8, p. m. ,
Hope Baptist I Evangelist'Harold Warner of'" !"' Committee meeting. In Friday, 7:30 J>. m.-Rev. 9:45 a. m. Morning. Worship, Wednesday night service, Worship. T:30: Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m., 52 Attend JC
11 Youth Choir -
a. m. practice.
Meeting Wednesday Rev., Olive, Pastor.
Leroy ,
Tampa will be the featured Ladies Bible Classroom, 9:30: L. S. Williams,. pastor. 4:45: Union, 7:30: p, nu Everyone welcome.L. Prayer ,
Training
Revival Starts speaker In & relilgous Crusade, a. m. WSCS business and 6:15.: : WMU Prayer Circle, L. Parker, pastor. 7:30.: .Vernon. N. Williamson, CALVARY'' BAPTIST Prayer Breakfast

Sunday Apr. 30 sponsored by area churches program meeting In sanctuary KINGSLEY LAKEBAPTIST' .Worship ., pastor
7:30(
7:15.: Evening- : Fifty-two guests attendedthe
beginning Sunday. May 7, at 10 a. In.Wednesday. I )CIICRCttSunday CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a. m
Bradford School au Wednesday Prayer and HEILBHONN BAPTIST Prayer Breakfast sponsored -
the High ,
Revival services start Primary 11
will m
dltorlum. Youth Choir School, 9:45: ,a. m. Praise Service, 7:30: Church Sunday: .. Bible Study 10a. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morning. Worship a. by the Starke Jaycees
Sundnv. Apr. 30. at Hope Baptist -I Jim Lancaster; Wai'ner's regular Junlbr.. and Meeting Morning\ Worship?; 11 IIm.. Choir practice 8:30.Thursday m; Morning Worship and Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: pm last Friday morning, April
Church Therensa and practice 3:15.: Praoer! 1 30.
Evening Service.
team member, will.be Training. Union, 6IB: p.. m. Auxiliaries Communion,Service 11 a. m. ,Training Union, 8:30: p. m. : Prayer,, 21, at the Garden Restaurant.
continue through May 7. ,the song leader. 7 p'nl.Thursday. Garden .Club Evening Worship' 1:300: < p.: 'm. meet, 3:30: p. m. Visitation Evening services 630.'. Evening Service, 7:30.: MId- Meeting<< Wednesday 7:30: ,, U, S. Rep., Don Fuqua, who

Congregational slnglnar and Rev. Warnir art author luncheon In'Fellowship< Hall Midweek prayer, Service. 7:30.: Wednesday Worship servIce week Prai/eir., Service. 7:00p : p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butlerpaetoi'r flew In from Tallahassee for

medal music by various and former pastor of the Historic 12 Den 4 Cub', Shouts Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Rev. '. Rew ,Fekfer Rownni 7 p, mn,Minister Jack P. > m.' Wednesday. Troy I the affair, told ,the group of
groups will\ be featured in n Palm Avenue Baptist noon. Hal 3:15. Jim: Klrfdon. pastor.,Come let PMtor'l I Bell. Johnson, pastor.. prayer breakfasts! held by thenation'
,
sonar service! starting each meet in 'Fellowship : HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Church In Tampa rehearsal wrshlp together. 'f 9. congressmen. dur
niffht at 7-1O under the dlrec. Chancel' Choir
Special features of the Crusade [Hlfftway 100 at Th'ereuaJ ing sessions In Wasli.ngton.
tion 9f Rilnh' Brvnn. Thenursery 7:30.Saturday ; D C. He said God is the
will Include an original l Sunday School l 10 a. m.
,- Ma* 6 Annual 1 j ... '
will] be at all n ,.
open I I "one Common Denominator"which :
services. "Musical! Splendor;: a presen Laymen's Retreat. Camp ,1 Morning Worship-11'' am.
tation deplcltlna, variouS: Montgomery through- SUA'BAYI.ESS Training. Union-6:30: ( p m. unites all.
Evangelist for the week will An Investment In JourFuture Rep. praised
themes; a gigantic* youth pro day. Evening! Worship 7:19: Fuqua the
be Rev Chet Wampler of gram called the "Teenage ; p.In. Jaycees for their...efforts in
Jacksonville who was a sheet Touch and "TJvtng'Dra" sponsoring the prayer break-
metal worker In the construction ma"* stories presentedby HIGHWAY PINE LEVEL BAPTIST fast here.
of Bible It t f'Fftlrl CCCHOOSINGi f11
business before his BAPTIST CHURCH (
con Mr. Lancaster for children. ) ; At their )luncheon meeting
version, at the age of 33. Everyone la invited to at- Sunday* School, 10 a. m.; \ Sunday School,.10, a. n Monday, the Jaycees voted to
He began preaching: In jails tend. Morning Worship Service 11 Morning, Worship, 11, a.,D'. make, the affair' an annual
Pre-Servloes IBooste Bane -
and on the street corners In event.
Union 6:30 .
Jacksonville and In 19'H' he HEILBROXN BAPTIST p.a. m m.;. Evening Training. Worship! 7:30:: W fIll m 111111111111111111111 1I1I ;|||lIHIllllUlWliiiii||||||||||| I UII i I i"III"'" .,'I 1 You.,.. People, and PTye \ A slate of officers for the
and Ills family moved to Ch.*-,, HOMECOMING 'I 1IIIIImlllmlijll! 1II1.lmU i : Service, S p. m. EveningWorship 1967-68 year warn presented
where he l I p.m. f| 7 p.,,, m. Mld-w ekdvrvioe by the
tanaoga. Tenn. enrolled The Hellbronn Baptist I Prayer Meeting Wed.. T:30: \ nominating committee
&
t in Tennessee Temple Church 'will observeannual I II CK A. Meeting. Wed. : SIDE Wednesday' 7t30 fr I nominating<< Frank Williamsfor
m.: .
College. While I I attending I Homecoming Service.. on Sun.II p 7-30: v, m.; Choir' Rehearsal 1 : m.-Rev. Dit t, Ram .. pas i president Lew' Chaff first
arheol l. he p stored the South- ,SO.' services tor. vice-president Bill
day Apr. Regular Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood ,, and ; Phillips,
side Baptist Church of Tunnel will be held at the morning meeting, last Monday will serve: but asforme ; second., vice-president; Leo
Hill; Ga. for three year hour, with luncheon' at I1:15, In each month. Re'.. DavidMedelros ."Cb00 aU this da whom ,. i'.t BETHEL: BAPTIST CniTKCP, Thornton,. secretary; Irvin
Upon completing college In and singing In the-afternoon.i the Lard.:.' Joshua 24:15. Covlngtoix treasurer; Merle
:! pastor)? I ," .will. eWVI 1 5CMldrea.rw08e Sunday School. 10 a. m.-
1982, Rev. Wampler became Singers: friends and former l cues, we choose someone to serve 011. Packham and James!! Williams -
11
we t Morning' Worship, .*? m
superintendent of the Trinity members' ,are especially wel, BAPTIST CHURCH ride for a game, our.haU, directors ant Prest-
FIRST + ,
Evening Worship 7:30
i b1 ohaDc: t : P. m '
Rescue Mission in Jacksonville come. it be a choosing 'dent Randy Johns as state
8TARKR But.Sether than have' God"thiday" l bJ'I' Prayer ,Mee ng"., 7:30: p., n
where he ministered to tt' this-world. choose director.
I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO We can We4n fday. Rv. WtNswnopa I
choice. .
the, spiritual and physical HFH.INrEH, FICTITIOUS' NAME, Sunday. Apr. 30 Homecomi11S" R be a de11n1te.. tllougltt, 0.. in atth : 0' 0 I J'l t pastor. Elections will take placeat
needs of hundreds of people.In Notice 'la hereby giventhat I Day. Sunday School, 1.0 the Jaycees'
sundaY I Ma.y5 meet.
the undersigned under the* provlalnnn Church on Alth d flay
Worship :: and
9-45
: am. Morning attending God
announcing the services of Chapter: 20.053 La... 1.or -.; SMYRNA MISSIONARY ing.
of Florida Act of 1941.; willreglnter 11 a.m., sermon: "What It sbalt wors. I
Rev. Merle Packham pastorof CIIURCII
with the Clark .of the "'' :' : Letrtuwereht2l + BAPTIST.
}> Means to J3* Saved. 'Dinnerserved thou serve
shalt
,the church, .said "You can .Circuit Court, In and tot Bradford 11' ;. '"''lim'only t.
not afford to miss hearing this County Florida upon receipt in back yard Immed'! .o aM serve Him t h roU gb ins 14133 W, Pratt St.. Sunday IN THE TRW UIOHTH,! CIRCUIT: JtmiCIAL COURT CIR-OP

dedicated servant of God. You thin" netlco of proof the publication fictitious name of, lattery after' service Training Church services Sunday School, 10 mil'r!'! Ole FASRIDA. 1\1 AND
will not hear the latest token, of The Plena Barber$hoeunderwhich Union 0:10.: ',Evening Worahlv.1 j appointed ageneyrt a ? a.. m. Preaching. 11 .. m. FOR'OAUB BRADFORD NO. .4*. COUNTY.
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but rather the unsa&rcbaM .44e-Went I am. entraved Madleon In St.,bualneaanf Stark., 7:30: sermon: "The Goodly" .I.teI 'Training Union, 6:15: p. m. fROBRRTS.,
riches of Christ' Both the pastor -,Fie!, Heritage- A Christian\ Evening<< Worship;, 7 P.' m. Plaintiff.V .. "
Johnnie B' Thompson Rt. 1, Monday Deacons Meet.I welcome ...rElder 1
and the congregation extend ... Everyone SCOTTIE, 1- ROBERTS
Box 118, Lawtey, Fle-rtda" ... .1. Class, and ; .
Bible
Ing Survey Defendant.NOTIPHIOIe
a cordial Invitation to the owner. I T. C. Williams pastor. ; ,
Dated this ,4th da ofApril ..Youth Chain PrMtlcev. 7 pas I Iii i KIUIT
public to attend these serv- jr. I rPKa;t '1 :,tYtlr ,Au' i TO SCOTITTFJ: t. ROBERTS
AD. 1967 at Starke, Bradford t
Assoclatlonal Sunday School I Brooked AnDRHWfl AND
ices. County Florida. DEDAN BAPTIST [ : REet.
4-8 4t 4 S7 Study Course, 7:30.: I I TfOU BKWCKr Alto: '", UNKNOWN
WMtJ' Council "' Sunday School, 10, &j m. HItHkJIY; NOT
.Tuesday FIED that an'action,for divorce
Meeting 11:15: ..m. Covered Morning Worship i 11 a. m has been, filed ralnet you andy
WMU 12 I Training Union ..7 P> m.. Evening ..,, are required to serve m
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Dish Luncheon 'I II II leer -ot yo-uv> written det.n.....
noon. Business meeting, 12:30.: I : Service 8 p. m.-R v. It any, to It on Eugene 11'.
:REVIVAL Program 1pm. Lorena. Ep I Lacy Conway, pastor.. Shaw whore. Attorney addrea la for 112 plaintiff South

person Circle in charge of ,A Walnut Street fltarfce, Florida,
.. and file IM.,orl.anal with the
and luncheon. Intermediate IAtlR.BAPTIS ,
; program v Clerk of th. abeve styled Courton
ENDBOATDRAIN GA,' Junior Choir, and i1' Sunday l School,,.9:
BAPTIST Sunbeams,;, 3:30: pm. Junior Morning ,Worship 11 a. m. t..r.*d. a aealn sudam.nmay. .t you for the b. en-r.h .-
GA, 4:30: p.m. Personal Workers I enlnlt..WorshiP,r. 7:3P: ( p. m. lef demanded In the com-
-Training Sea lon (for those PrayexMeeting. ,. Wednesday, plaintWITNEJW.
hand
my and the
CHURCHTHURSDAY working\, on the Area-W1de: 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther' McGee seal of said Court on March

Crusade), First Church of God. Y? 3 pastor. list,CHARLES 1987 A. DARBY
7:30: pm.Wednesday. ; AM-ObMHK OP MAID COURT
Sunday I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN By Bxulah M. Moody
Y FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAV School Superintendents Cabinet Sunday School. ,9-45: .a. m. A. Due" mty Cleric s.4 f& 4-17

6 Prayer Morning Worship 11 ,a. m. -
Meeting, pm-
APRIL 27 28 29; 30 Service 7 Church Choir .. I Youth Fellowahip- 'p. m. NOTICE
praotlc.,...8 pra p.m I 1 ..l dun ft 4N4.pp.b-s4 oeMqf b.ab.eid. IH itnodini.. "AM" ....,...,..I l Hk 1 new .rijSANflflVKtIM : T, Choir Practice Wednesday, I will not be reaponsfble far

Thursday Visitation, 10 am"w4"" el Mb AmEdleraai1. (-nipoe-l..,the.. ),>..bybrlnhhndthbetehhM/ j 8 p.m. any debts made by. anyone)

and 7 .* tiHailni to ike .Ian ef) M, m ....._er .mlilx. .ef "mr.el llle..II.. .lw. Rev..Robert D. Burch., other than myself.' -Sam Mo-
a.m. p.m.NEW''PdSTOR f i amewt,.!*. "the" "... ain wlikk.. haM. H diet tilt, InnHoMy. polilt Dimlon.. ne :.i'. Cutohen. 4-18. 4tp 5-4

=Services Each' Night g t. af 7:30 + line i Hlllik" /...lnt. el.kwu.one iluuld. Iupp4r1 Ihi Oivnh ,for IM uki tl Ut witfot ; !::J. NORTH8IDE, BAPTIST'
: at hbse, ..M loa,....,...,....I thai lw..w, ....r ,.,... thwM.. uphold" eirf ,.,.
AT RAIFORD BAPTISTRev. I r,4ote Ie! Hw Ownh ....... it It* "at" ttulh, about I mist. 'lilt, ewtk. .. n.I
.., etaM...et. Mai.Im h! Ihw,"...etfilM. el M. .. 4... "WllI'!'.':. r I. '1 way [tSR 2251" Ratford Road'
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Jack Stolte, formwlyof If I ca *" i w taR id. services: UundajSchool.

Jacksonville, is the newpastor --- -- -- .10 a. m.. SundaywonbipJir JI'aceer7.A .
Invited Come Hear Our ., .,
Everyone to of Raiford Baptist I II UornlJM a. inTrlaylre. n--.a. organ

New Pastor Rev. Virgil Lovett, in Church. He I.is a graduate of I U I8a. Mp.: m. styees es assns
Luther Rice Seminary In Jacksonville .. ,- rI venilW ,,8srvio l TjJA; MMWkek Lora, 1r play. tIM ,er.p- term.
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an4.has held pastorates I 11* K.REV.LY.AL. w. uaI a..
These Services. Service.,Wednesday -
IIhPJOrk!& and Georgia. This. Feature Published in the ,Interestr of a Better Community by the Follow Tr Prayv:*>:... JtwOtaw, ...., :Lw* G ,.. ........I,

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DAY SERVICE I Complete Lubrication Most Complete 'Line or Bait MIIJ. Ooodo ." 30 ,
HOMECOMING, I and Tackle In Bradford npli wrtn.cs FDUI'I"' .
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263 N. Temple Ph. 964-7361: :Z19 WUhlngtan St., M4-AT70 ; .;, Thru
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t':* Rev. H. D.) Mullins, Pastor: ,of thePensacola} Baptist Lawson Meat MarketAND May 7

Temple, Pen. eola, Florida to Speak at Both Services.,, I' DOYLECONNERInsurance Edwards Grocery & COLD STORAGE 7:30: Nightly


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Morning Worship Hour. i SA.V.11 Groceries-Meats-.Feed* Prepared. Cuttln ForDeWTTT. ..Dao7.Wn pjel r.-..g.. GOOD.SINGING, t tI' ;

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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I KEYSTONE' HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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8TARKK. FLORIDA ThURSDAY! APRIL_Z7._1967
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man of the English ,Services Held the Senior Class of Keystone yvvvyyv-vyvyvvmvyv', girl friend, Carolynn Tyre,'

i KEYSTONE HILITES ment at St. Johns Depart-I Heights High School at a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
!lox College was the f! weiner roast, swimming and MELROSEBy
For
Mr. WilsonI Tyre.Mr.
speaker. Next year. Dr. Zell skiing party last Sunday. The and Mrs. Walter S. Ber-
Dy Jim Fox ner will be the first principalIn I lake was so rough they had togo dlne and son. Keith's house,

Please Phone In Your Items 4734148The the newly constructed I Hillcrest into the little lake to ski. Sally Rotlihammer guest for the weekend W_

Bryan- Jennings Elementary, Mrs. Berdlne's cousin Tedl
Jerry and Joey.: Bruce took AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASenior
School: which is located in the I Virgil Eugene Wilson, 71, of Dawson of Miami. Ted. is .
regular monthly, bus! presently serving as Chair. >a. trip to DuneUon on their at.
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ness luncheon meeting' of the Library; Mrs. Barnes; Orange Meadowbrook. Hillcrest near Keystone motorcycle over the weekend. Beta Club of Melrose tending a photography school,

Woman's Club was held, at Park librarian; arid Mrs. In her discussion, Dr. Zell- Heights died In the Veterans and broke down on the way was host to District 7 Beta in Miami.

the educational building of Helen Lawrence Keystone 11barlan. ner Indicated the new teaching Hospital Lake City last'Thursday back. They called the Griffins Club meeting at Melrose High Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M.

the Community Church at methods which will be morning, April 20 and had them notify School Saturday 9:30: a.m. to Bates returned home Thursday
following brief Illness
12:30: p. m. Tuesday. The meting was held to included in the educational a Wilson their father, Eugene. and he 1 p.m. after spending several days in-
A retired farmer, Mr. Name
tags were furnished
Cape Coral. Their
The members wln'_ to discuss problems that might program at Bryan-Jennings.: '. I picked up the boys and the daughter
World
veteran of
'f was a President -
I by Melrose Beta Club. and family, Mr. and Mrs-
It will be
recognized as a definitely -
thank all of their friends i arise In the absence cf a It- War I, .and a member of the motorcycle.The of Melrose Beta Club
...., Robert Wood of Hawthorne
who attended ,the spring card barlan, as Mr. Andrews wiU unique it school will have in Clay h'- ,':';' .. : Oadara Baptist Church, the bass were biting fairly Robert Dixon opened the meetIng were guests for the weekend.
County as an
]arty and luncheon last Fri be leaving the Clay County Thechildren Veterans of Foreign Wars, and !good over the weekend, even by welcoming the clubs Mrs. W. A. Cubbage of
"ungraded
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day. Mrs.. Henry Schuber. Libraries to accept new position will program. the American Legion. Born In though we did have rough and Introduced the District Jacksonville returned home.
publicity chairman. reports it with the Suwannee Regional be pre-tested : Belmore Florida on Aug. 14, weather. Roy Griffin of Grif President. after
Monday
prior to admission. Also, It is L-- ,. .. visiting severaldays
was a most successful occas Libraries. Interesting to note that I -- "- ---- "" -"" 135. he was the son of the fin's Lodge guided Mr. and Program started with a discussion with Her sister Mrs.

ion.There The staff and patrons of "team-teaching" will be Incorporated Keystone 4-H Club Members late William Thomas and Mrs. Gordon Hill and they of projects that. each Mabel C. Bayless.
Is still time to register the Keystone Library will Vashti Knight Wilson. caught 21 over the weekend I club accomplished this year. Mrs. Ethel Beckham spent'
for the "Driver's Improvement certainly miss Mr. Andrews' in the program. I Win Prizes At County -Events=: DayMax Mr. Wilson had been a resident the biggest one weighed five I Melrose main projects were lost week In Apopka vUitlng
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Course to be sponsored t services. Though the libraries HERE THERE of Hillcrest for two years, pounds. Roy caught a ten- serving orange juice toatudents with her sister Mrs. A. D. Dm-

by the Woman's Club, May will be operating temporarily Mrs. H. Wales. of Silver Mooneyham, Scott La- children. In the Senior Division moving there from, Titusvllle, 'I pounder on Thursday. Mr. each morning, maintenance of klns, ;Mrs.: Beckham has been

3-4. M>"". David Nelson may without a county librarian, Springs Md., was a recent malle John McOraff, Sonja John and! Scott demonstrated Fla. and Mis. Richard Laws and school grounds and certain ill. We hope she will be well1

be contacted for the registration all services will continue a*' guest of her aunt and uncle, Pa>'ton Cheryl Tomes, and mouth-to-mouth; re Survivors include his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dlgglt caught! school buildings. real soon.

blanks. This course IA usual. Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Peters of Polly Mathis [tplctuiud, from suscitation. Marian Wood Wilson of Hill- 12 bass, Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins Election and installation of Mr. and Mrs. C- H. Baker-

open to the public. I Members of the Woman's Lakeview Drive. left to right) participated in Cheryl, Scott and John received crest; four daughters: Mrs. had four, and Mr. and I new district officers was held. Jr. of Jacksonville spent the*

DUPLICATE BRIDGE J Club were hostesses Thursday Mr and Mrs. John Powers, Clay County 4-H Events" Day first place hor.ors in Dorothy Rott of Orlando Mrsl Mrs. Harding Morgan also Positions filled 'by Melrose are weekend in their home on Lit
at 'the Middleburj Civic Cen- the competition. John and caught four All of the fishermen District President Greg Huff,
tie Lake
The winners of the Duplicate afternoon. 'Apr. 20, at an of Wilmington Dela., spent Norma Jean Sharpe of Tltus- Santa Fe. While here'
Bridge Club meeting on Open House at the Keystone last weekend with Mr.\ and ter on March 17. Scott will attend the District vlllt. Mrs. Ellender Stoddardof i were from Jackson- and District Treasurer David they visited with some friends,

April 20 were: 1st place with Public Library In recognition Mrs. Bill Morgan. Mr. and In the Junior Division. Events Day in Jacksonvilleon ; East Aurora. New York vllle. Tomlinson. David Gaboardl of and enjoyed fishing and swlm<

65 points, Louis Kyle I of National Library Week. Mrs. Powers were former residents Sonja and Polly demonstrated April 29 to compete against and Mrs. Lois Flerle of Lake Mrs. H. T. Smith is visitIng -,, Melrose_ is running for I State: mlng- in the" lake. ,
of Keystone the proper way to prepare county winners In their di vice President of Beta Club. I Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel E.
and Stan LaCoste: second Thirty guests attended dur before View New York; two brothers: her son ''and family; the I
place with 61 points Mrs. H. : ing the appointed hours. moving to Wilmington, where boiled and deviled! eggs vision. Edwin Baker will also Ancll Wilson of Mandarin. Hayden Smiths, in Live Oak Melrose BAta Club sponsor ia Baker's daughter and family'
Mr. Powers Is while Cheryl showed the cor- ,participate with a tractor de- math teacher Mrs. Nancy Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Griffith
Dent and Mrs. R. Clare; third I Two new books. "A Revel employed by Fla. and W. D. Wilson of Miami this week.
place, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond War Clerk's Diary." and the engineering .departmentof rect method of bathing small monstration. : six: sisters: Mrs. Ethel Charles, Louise and Paul- Toothacker.Diane Addison and Linda and two children Angle and

Starnes; and fourth place, "Oolf With The Experts- E. I. DuPont. Whitehurst of Ft. Pierce, Mrs. ette Strandberg of Jacksonville Price Julie Ann, of Jacksonville
Thomas Arthur Ketch who Mae Mouchett of Mlms. Fla, Jo sang several folk songs visited last week for several
have to Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles been presented the orating. were visiting and other selections. Linda
COUNTY LIBRARIAN library in memory of Llndsey la home on a 13-day leave Mrs. Ruby Coppock and Mrs. Strandberg over the week the days.Mr.
ACCEPTS NEW POSITIONA Walker. from Clinton-Sherman Air NEWS NOTES PERSONALS Norma Swartley. both, cf Hlll- end. Saturday, Lt. [IJOI] Sam provided Lunch music furnished on guitar each and Mrs. William Carl-

Staff-Board meeting of TEEING OFF Force Base. is visiting with Congratulations are extended crebt Mrs. Elsie Parks of Key Butler, Lt. and Mrs. Rick Beta was ton Barber spent the weekendIn
Club selected
the Claiy, County Public LI. On Thursday, Apr. 20 his parents Mr;, and Mrs. By" Helen Egan: to Mr. and Mrs. T. W. stone Heights and Mrs. Delma Murray, Lt. [JG1 and Mrs. J. dlahes. bringing Jacksonville. They attendedan
Arthur Ketch of Lakeview Hansen of HUtchinson Lake Cushman of Green Cove office party Friday night
baries was held Thursday members of the Woman'sOolf Hendricks and son David. Lt. The next District Beta Club
Drive. Tom will be discharged on their 83rd wedding anniversary of which Mr. Barber la associated -
April 20 at the Orange Park Association completed.their Springs. Cmdr. Jerry McKay, Lt. and
Meeting will be ''held in Orange
COMMUNITY; : CHURCH with. They attended
Library. Present at the meet. second dar in the Alken from service this December.Last ($ on April 22. Services were from, the Kew- Mrs. Joseph Monroe, and Lt. Park on December 2. a
Ingwere Miss Nlctendirk, Tournament. After completing ; Saturday, Mr. and:! Rev. and Mrs. Leon F. :Mll- Mr. and Mrs. John Han stone Heights Baptist Church and Mrs. Al Branch and Last week Duplicate Bridge wedding of a friend Saturdayand

head of the State Library Ex. 36 holes, vesta. Alken Is Mrs. Jim Zowarka Mr.'.,and ''ncr of Ghlco Texas' were cock of Fitchburg. Mass., last Saturday, April 22. Burial daughter Christ!, all of Jacksonville winners were: 1st place Mrs. Barber song.

tension Service; Mis. 1. I. leading with a net score o* Mrs. Phil Cromer end Mr. I' special dinner guests of the winter visitors at Holiday was In Hickory Grove Cemetery Naval Air Station, Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs. Sunday they spent sometime
with either of their
143. Howes Von- and Mrs. Bill chenre entertained Community Church congregation Beach Apartments, will celebrate Cove were visiting Mrs. Strandberg parents .
Tinsley, board member from Pansy and last at Oreen Springs H. T. Dent. 2nd place Mrs. who resides in Jacksonvllle. '-
Green Cove Springs; Fred cUe Ketch are tied for second 50 guests with a bar- Under the Saturday night. of their 57th wedding: anniversary under' direction of DeWItt C. and enjoying a day of skiing. W. J. GroUch and Mrs. Ray .

Andrews county librarian; place with a score of H5.I becue at Kelson's Point. 2"ollowing E. A. Ruahton chairmanship of the Pulpit next month. Mrs. Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Sunday, Sam and Dorothy Starnes. 3rd place Mrs. Recently Mr. and Mrs. E.

Mrs. Quarltlus board member I Last Tuesday, the ladies the dinner dancingwas Committee RevMllncr> BertH Ramgren of Fltchberg Butler and son Charles Henryof Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- W. Revel's guests from Alma,
was
from Orange Park; Mrs. attended the 9-hole golf-a enjoyed at the Zowarica'shome invited to ,preach on Sunday. is visiting her parents and Ormond Beach, Paul, Lee yer, 4th place -- Mrs. C. W.Hardy Ga. were neices Mrs. G. W.

Cartwrlght and Mrs. Jones round at the Starke Golf & with special entertainment Dr. A. 'C. Holt, gave the helping them celebrate their day night. We fished >110 lot and Gregory Strandberg, and and Mrs. F. T. Hogue. Barber and daughter and Mr.

from the Gren Cove Spring Country Club. The following provided by Mrs. Zow opening Introduction of welcome anniversary.Mr. while he was here, and he Greg's friend, Ricky Johnsonof Happy Birthday to Mike and and Mrs. Thad. Grey and son.

ladles from our club attend., arka.Mr. at the Informal fellowship -: and Mrs. Charles and I caught 12. My father Jacksonville, were also vis Janet Steaurt last week. Mike Happy Birthday to Mrs. Carl
ed this tournament: Vesta and Mrs. H. M Robinson meeting after dinner, and, Smith of Baltimore Md., fOrmer caught 11 bass In three after-. iting. They were all helping was fourand Janet was six. Hagglund Sr. who celebrateda
Aiken, Freda Wyman, Jan of Birmingham Ala. Mr. Rushton introduced the residents of Keystone. noons. with repairs on Mrs. Strand- They are the children of Rev. birthday this month.
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Batts Mildred Sutton. JaneLaCoste 'were recent guests of Mr. and honored are 'visiting Col. and. Mrs., Ruftlnl, who berg's house. and Mrs. Al Steaurt.
guests. I Champagne I Mr. and Mrs. Alex HoaglanJ
Mrs. Gay of Ndson's
Aggie Watson, Zee Livingston Rev Milner retired In 1913' : David Nelson. does not like to travel spent Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas returned home to Elizabeth.N.J. .
Tolles. Martha Hayes. Fran Point. Mrs. Robinson Is B. T. Hutson of Jacksonville Owen Mr.] Chamblee and their six! children
as a chaplain in the Army Air the weekend with us while Mrs. Bryant were after spending part of
Chessington and Su Dwyer. Mrs. Livingston's first cousin. Force, with the rank of Llou- father of Mrs. Walter his parents. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Decaf of Melrose I spent last Sunday in Cedar the winter here In Melrose.
In the A-group, Vests Alkentied Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. tenant-Colonel. He ia a* present Orolick is visiting his son- John Ruffini; and his sisters Mrs. Bryant's sister Mrs. Keys visiting with Mrs.Chamblee's .
for low net and Freda Gay Livingston attended Miss in-law and daughter at his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. W Neetu 's IK.ICO
the pastor of a Meihodivt. Shirley and Linda.. of Keystone Ruby Whaley of Jacksonville
Wyman won low putts. Susan Hunt's graduation at Church i In Chico, Texas the former home on Santa Fe were in Deerfleld from Mrs. Mae McDaniel of Palat- Mrs. Gran.t Rothammer.Mrs. and husband Mr. and Alts'George :

KEYSTONE LITTLE the University of Florida. vote. where he hu. spent most Lake. Friday till Tuesday. The Buf- ka, and Mr. and Mrs. Orlffin. Marie F. Carlton's I Bonacker of Delmar, ,
Prior to the graduation, Mr. [Continued ont nexr JM j
Mrs. house last week
LEAGUE ASSOCIATIONIn Ella Oerst returnedlast guests were
and Chester
MELROSE of his (Ire although a nativeof finis were visiting John'sparents Mr. Mrs. I
Saturday night's and Mrs. Livingston attended Wednesday for an extended Clark's Lt. Richard Mrs. Helen FUnk and Mrs..
games Alabama He spent over 20 and vacatlonng. nephew .......
Scale's Red and White defeated a party at Ramada Inn given I years in the Air Force with visit with her daughter Friday afternoon, Mrs. Corbie Denard; and his friend Roderick Samuel Stewart both of Jack'sonville. '- r .MURRIiEE

Belote Drugs. In the by Susan's parent Mr. and one year of service in Green- Mrs. Geneva Chab, of Hudson and daughterand Murphy of New Orleans .
BUSINESS second game, Cunningham'sOulf Mrs H. M. Hunt of Deerfleld land Club Estates.Mr. son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend Mr. and. Mrs. T. J. Tyre'sson Insurance AgencyRichard "

had a one-run marginin Beach. Following the graduation After the morning service and Mrs. Arnold Larsen Norman Hamilton and daughter with them. Lt. Denard will and family ST-4 MarvinL.

DIRECTORY their win over the Volun- ceremonies! Mr. and an informal reception, wa. held of Lake Geneva are Cindy, all of Gainesville, graduate from Gordon Military Tyre, wife Carol and baby Murrhee, Agt.
teers, 6-5. As of this date Mrs. Hunt and Susan were In the Norvex of the church. spending a vacation in the came to take Alfred home. Academy in June. girl Gabriella Yvette all of General Insurance

Cunningham's Oulf Is in first dinner guests at the Livingston The liners have relatives Virgin Islands: at St. Thomas. Last Wednesday, my mother Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James Darmstaht, Germany are homeon Fire Casualty Marine

place. home on! Nelson Point In Keystone, and also in Ocala. Prayer and cheer remembrances and Grandmother Cope- spent the weekend in Orlando a leave. Auto Bonds

BEAUTY SHOP The schedule for this Sat- Last weekend Mrs. Everett Following services here, they I I are asked for Mrs. land visited t Mrs. Clara Sullivan visiting Mrs. Broshear. Mrs. After spending some time Keystone Height 473-4784

KEYSTONEBEAUTY urday is as follows: at 4:30: Fox and Mrs. Roy Tyre were left for Ocala to attend a Eldon Kimmons of Lake 'and her daughter Mrs. James' mother returned with with his family and friends, .

p. m., Belote Drugs vs. Cun visiting Mrs. Fox's oldest son, family reunion, 'before returnIng Brooklyn, who was seriously Mary Stegall of Willlston them, after visiting her Marvin will leave for Vietnam

SHOP ninghams Gulf: at 7 p. m., Butch, whl is attending OCS to Texas the middle of the Injured when her car pinned My grandmother Is staying to daughter there. on May 20th SCHEDULE

Edith ,Johnson Owner Scales' Red and White vs at Ft. Benning, Ga. I week. against a wall. She is still in help take care of Mary and Mrs. Romle Thomas and Linda Rothhammer spent OF SERVICES

Personal Volunteers. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kasln I CHICKEN SUPPER the Gainesville Medical Cen her new baby, Lisa Oaye. daughter, Kathy, and Mrs. the week-end visiting with, her

&: Creative This week's roster Includesthe of Daytona Beach were week- A chicken, upper will be ter. Mr. Kimmons operatesthe Mr. and Mrs. Durell Vincent Judy Walker of Jacksonvillewere PARKof

HairStyling: members of Cunning- end guests of Mr. and! Mrs served Friday night Apr. 2S, Shell ''as Station in Key- of Orange Park were luncheon guests of Mrs. the

Individual Beauty ,pare ham's Gulf: R. Davis, S. Bird. Ed Dwyer. from 9 to 8 p.m. to benefit stone. Sundanr 'afternoon guests of W. E. Kite Jr. on Saturday.The good guys
Every Form of Beauty Culture T Hall. T. Ooetzman. B. Ban- Last Wednesday night Mr the Sunday School program of Mayor Al Nelson and Mrs.A the Chlttys. Jack Miller family en- Because they wore a white PALMSSUNDAYS

Open Tues.-Sat.. 9-5; non L. Turknett B. Cole. K.I and Mrs. Charles MeGlavewere enhancing their visual aid flint C Hoit are still needing Mr. and Mrs. George' Greek tertained visiting members of hat.

Closed Monday Bannon. O. Keeth, B. Cur- guests of the Kibault library and purchasing new the thoughts and prayers of and daughter, Sybil and the family) with a fish supper Evil was always defeated

Keystone Heights 473-4865 rle, S. Rhoden. D. Ooetzman. Lion's Club in JacksonvilleMr. hymn books. Tickets purchased evervone. Friends of Axel Raymond Mayfield were Saturday Monday night. Guests Included In the games we used to 11:00: A.M.7:30: FM.

I IBILL'S J. Bufflngton, and A. For- McOlave who i is a Past- now will aid gicatly 'In "" "'mlfl'PI1 and Mrs. Daisy night and Sunday visitors Mrs. Myrtle Aultman and play. THURSDAYS
BOATS MOTORS dyce. district Governor {District, knowing how many to prepare ,',nil nr- pe! 'ed to hear that of Fred and Cortne Mrs. Louise McDaniel of But now that we have

COUPLES CLASS 3S-L1. was among the 14 for at. 1.23 for ndultH snIt li.; they Are showing so much Thieman. While they were Mulberry, Mrs. Rosetta Estesof grown up 7:30: P.M.

MARINE SPONSOR DINNEROn past-district governors who cents for children. Im'nvpmpnt.Svm"tttv, there George t helped Fred McIntosh, Mrs. Ruby Dyal! Things don't always hap- FUNDAMENTALBIBLE

SALES: & SERVICE Friday night, April 28. were present to receive special EASTKRN: STAll! > is extended to with the duct work on his of Gainesville, ani. Mrs. pen that way. TEACHINGAll
"The Fun Fleet's In" the Couples Class of the recognlton at ths banquet. After .the regular business the faml'v' of Mr. and Mrs. home. Geneva Johnson of Waldo. Now as I go through, life, I

Chrysler Lone Star float Community Church will The Ribault Club was also of the OES Chuoter.: m..
Chrysler Motors sponsor! a chicken dinner celebrating ts 19th anniver- on April 18, Past Matron "Ms mother l test week. Also to Sunday luncheon guest of per boy celebrated Ms thir- 'and then. I Congenial AtmosphereOf

Service & Part* for from 5 to 8 'p. m. at the ed- sary.Miss Dorothy Ko n. reposed. on Uu* Mrs.. n.w, Koppack of Hill"ft Fred 'and Vera. Swearingen.. teenth birthday, last Thursday. And sometimes I'd give, The Lounge./
All Outboard Martha SChick and sessions of the Grand Chapter whoa* brother just anything,
ucational building. Mrs. Von- VirgilWi'n Fred went to Crescent! Beach He's a teenager at last-A be- I
Corner Rt. 21 A: 28 dIe Ketch chairman for the Miss Elizabeth Almendinger of the Grand JuiitKlicUon of die! last week last Friday and brought us lated Happv Birthday' to Jeff. I _If I could go back again'
Melrose. 475-4851 were recent dinner guests: of Florida, held in the Jacka.r-I M*. and wrs. "
dinner has stated that tickets Roy Shultis a bushel of oysters back with Mrs. T. L. Norwood's sister,i*
Mr. and Mrs. Dill Sluieral at vllle Coliseum, April 1114. Slio winter vl.itors
CLEANERS can be purchased from on Spring Mrs. E.! D. Knighton: her Start Buying'AUTO
members of the class and will their home on Lake Brook served as Escort for Gniiul r ""P-. left last week for ,theIr him.Mr.. and Mrs. English Hiltonare niece, Mrs. Frances Turner: Stop Wishing .

Keystone also be sold at the door. The lyn. The Slmerals recently entertained Treasurer Mary Laura John "home in /Sun Prairie Wis. spending a few days at and; their friend, Mrs Edie.

Woman's Sunday School Mrs. Slmeral's nephew son. Mr. Shuttle. J is the brother of their lake place working. all from Jacksonville, were
Cleaners Inc. Charles Ferrar of Ft. Hostemes for the Hoi-lal hour Mr!*. !T..fher Kreuger of
class will furnish desserts. English Is tearing down a visiting the Norwoods overthe
I a. K. Davis Donations will be $1.25 for Gordon. Oa. were Mrs Arcena Wilson: Mrs White Father Court. boat shelter to make way for weekend. LOANS

Every Dry Cleaning Service adults and 75c for children. Tom Gardner Kay Sunder- Millie Muhlhofer, and Mrs. Mrs. Putli Ohlson, who was a party room. When you live Mrs. Norwood has foRked me

I Laundry Finish or Fluff The money obtained from this land Loraine Dey, Bruce Bertha Ward. hospitalized In Bradford at the lake you need lots of to remind you that the Cancel -
2 Day Service dinner will be used to purchase Moon, Carol Stephen rn, and At the next chapter meet. County Hospital for about room for company. Some of Drive is this week. I

Pick Up and Delivery various supplies needed i Norma Valldejuli are home ing. District Grand Instructor ten days is recuperating at''I the Hilton's visitors over the This week Leeon 14 going

Keystone Height 473-8084 to the Sunday School: pro for their summer vacations Virginia Smith, of Lake But- her home. Her cousin, Mrs. weekend were: their daughter to take us back to our younger Dreaming of a new car? Our loan department .

gram. Please be sure to after completing the winter ler Chapter 40 will be special: Marguerite Oreenan, Is stayIng and son-in-law Mr. and days when life was care- make those dreams come
CONCRETE guest of the chapter. can
mark your calendar for this term at F8U. with her. Mrs. Hugh Fletcher of Gain- free and gay. So, when you
date. Terry Methvln daughter of Under the chairmanship of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil O'Brien esville; Hugh's parents, Mr. have read his poem fit backIn true, quickly. See us for an Auto Loan
Concrete
Hawthorncf PTA MEETING Mr. and Mrs. Jack Methvln Mrs., Jo Reed, a Mad Hatter'sLuncheon entertained Mr. and Mrs. M. and Mrs. Van Fletcher Sr.;' your chair and try to remember at low bank rates. You can enjoy the

& Supply, Inc. George Muss, first vice- of Peach St., celebrated her Saturday will, May be held 13, In at the Ip.m. Sumner of Bradenton last his brother and sister-in-law,I the good ole days. advantages of paying cash when you
weekend.myYmmwvyvyrn.
6th birthday. Friday April
president was the presiding on and Mrs. Van FletcherJr. Goodbye for now, and here's
RED Mr. and the of driving
21, with a party at her home. Masonic Hall to honor Grand buy pleasure
officer at the PTA meeting Celia
1 MIX! .; and his aunt Mri.
Conductress Jessie Mae Hicks Leeon.LEEON'S Come in and
Guests included Monti Bitch. that right
CONCRETE held in the Keystone cafe- Brugh all from Jacksonville,. CORNER new car away.

II wy. 20 W. Hawthorne torlum on Thursday,. April Maria. cunningham Stacey of This the Is Gainesville for women Chapter.chapter and his sister, Mrs. Bob O"klson '!- "Memories" talk it over. There's no obligation.

4H1-2932: 2031: 20. Menzen Bret Dewitt. Danny members. Prizes will be awarded INDIAN BEACH of Hawaii. "Bang bang you shot m'.
In the first order of business Rowe and Becky Methvln. six ut hats Mrs. Duffln another one down"
In categories -
NURSERY Joseph Benson, ,ochool Mrs. Richard Cunningham from handsome to crazy. (Lake flantA Fe) of our weekend neighbors, is Are words from a popular
principal, presented a assisted Mi's. Methvln In Hospital In song.
progress Further information be In St. Luke's
may
O.C. Carnes Nursery also caring for the guest nil Michael. H. Chitty And
report. Mr. Benson obtained from Mrs. Reed. Jacksonville, following foot I can remember when
IMway 100, Florahoma 'announced that Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. IIOMEMAKEK'S: : CLUB Ph. 470-2171 surgery. we used to play ''Ii
23 Miles 8E of Stark In the first Annual 0' Donoghue entertained to It -e
participated on AAAAAA Friends will be sorry seems so very long. _
Mt*. Grace Van Buskirk -------- __
Nursery Stock Thousandsof I Clay County Musical Sunday for their daughter'! and Mrs. Hattie Barnes were I hear that Raleigh Woodrunvs We all used to play cow i

Plants &. Fruit. Tree to I Festival, which was held recently Sharon, with a birthday par hostesses for the ICof fee Welcome to my section of mother is In a hospital. in, boys
choose from. Nice Shade Trees, at the Orange. Park ty at their home on Lake I I The Bradford County Tele- Perry. With our It tie cap-gun. I
Klatch preceding the regular
Evergreens A: Landscape High School. Brooklyn. It was Sharons' llth /graph. ThU Is your sun- Oreg Reddish of Starke. We would play most of the
monthly meeting of the club.
Plants. All In containers Charles McOlave, reportingfor birthday. Guests Included parched, wind-blown, rolling- and Mrs. Helen Walker were day,.
regular business, conducted -
After
Plant anytime. Camellias: the nominating committee Sharon's grandparents, Mr. the president Mrs- reporter with the news. Boy.It weekend guests of the D. W. .And always have lots of,
by
azalea presented the following and Mrs. Herb Harvey and I sure has been hot and Carpenters.Mr. fun.
I Let tin do your landscaping slate of officers for next I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hearst of Mildred Payton. reports were windy down here Utely I and: Mrs. Hoyt Junk Ins Whoever were the bod
heard and plans made for the
Phone 684-216.1 year: Mrs. Jennings Murrhee,, I Jacksonville, Sherrle and was kind of glad to see It have returned to their homeIn guys I

USED CARS; president: Baiymond Farris. i Terry Harper of Jacksonville. annual picnic In May. ,' cool off a little. If this' is any Aurora, Ill., after spending Would always lose the fight. '

vice-president; Mrs.\ Alex Zachary, Jimmy and Barry Mrs. Detha Hickey and Indication of what our sum- the winter In 'their son's Because even then we all

Hanks Used Cars Brokas, secretary; and Mrs.. Andrews. Teresa Gilbert,, family, and: Mrs. Payton and mer Is going to bs like I cottage here. knew KEYSTONE STATE BANK

Florence Harris, treasurer, Paula Burkley. Terri Dyal family attended the Family would like to be In the alr- Mr. and Mrs. James Robbins '- That wrong was defeatedby
BIG CASH DISCOUNT As there were no nominations Wennell Stone and Kathy 0'- Fun Day at Green Cove conditioning business for the were In Pembroke, and right.. I Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla

TERMS from the floor, the above Donoghue. Mrs. Ronald Andrews Springs. Mrs. Hickey also attended next few month Savannah. Oa. over the week We got our Idea from television -
BUY SELL -80II TRADE slate was unanimously ac assisted Mrs. OTXm- the monthly leadership Alfred Hudson of Gaines end visiting and attending a "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Rt. 1 Box "
100 8 ShIes 8. Starke cepted.Dr. oghue In entertaining Sharon's class and reported on ville was staying with us last reunion. And we were all sure that. Community.

wy. Mary Zellner. who la friend fabrics used in Interior dec- week from Monday till Frl- Danny Lutgen was host to We could always tell the|I.






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,-l .r;;;;;YvYvvvvvvYvvvvvY --later.--:Mrs.- W. A. Wallace, or- Ropingr Club of food and water. MAYOR'S COURTThe mnnd wlilrli. y Blowout Causes
..
of the claimant
Mrs. Carl wisher, Wheh the new' plant U dung YOU may have afrnlnnt the oil" fie udd. )
ganlat: late of Kthnl, ;Mmuly White, .und shall, l I'" aworn to by the
Melrose summer organist. Change Shows well, give It a. new hoir: As following c seii were "' :Into of said County' claimant/ HIS o..nl..,. OK attorney. -
:
Sunday School, 9.43:. : am. Truck To Roll To SaturdaysThe you know, It is hard to keep disposed of in Mayor's Court fo-rrt the County.County Florida Judge; of al fiiaa bin; munitmot. Hnd any en. riled Much nlmll claim be or void.de-

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Morning Worship 11 am. two houaewivoa or two plants Tuesday night: office In the court house of Olln W White Jr.

(P'ron1 Preceding Page Sunday, (Nursery open both Near Keystone SERVICE MENAND tirrtdford Roping Club happy In the same home Vivian Brown Birch, disorderly Hid.. County at Stark.., Flor-. Aa executor of of the Bthel Last SteadyWhite Will
M within .Ioc! calendar and TeHta-nmnt
hours.) met 19 Now Is the time to get conduct by disturbing .. .
I Wednesday, Apr. at inonthH fiom" th timr I iv1 thoflr doceu d.
N.T arrived Wednesday tot caused 'the ftilrgrouridtt.; ready: to propagate softwood ,thtt. peace, voluntary- Intoxi- .t plUillctttlon of t this notIce 'First publicatIon April IB19(17 ,-
A blown rear tire a ,
few days visit with her. -EpllMlf>pat WOMEN cuttings. You will have beat Wach cla.hn. "or demand shall l>1'' i ( .
I a. St.: Ann 'B Rev. W. W. 1931 Dodge plcK-up truck Due to slackening attend- cation, drinking as a minor; In wrlilnir, ,"..t shall .tiit<- tin.' 4/13 U sit
I Mr. and. Mrs. Bunyon Kally luck with cutting between
Woratall, vicar. driven by John Alb tt Hen ance at the Sunday Horse $102.50 or BO days. .
Sr, of K Morning Prayer and Ser derson 45 of Jacksonville to Shows in recent weeks, It was! Henry Chlco. voluntary intoxication -
atia Mrs. Kelly Jr. nddaughter Pvt. Terrell L. Jones son of You should have
I Bunyon a cutting Fbf building
decided to hold the shows on : 5 days or $27.50 your poultry
I Cindy celebrated Mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays9t3O go out of control and turnover Mrs. Ruby Holllngsworth bf box which can be any container .
_ a.m. (nursery open.) oh SK-21. 29 miles Saturday everting* for a trial tine;
Is statlonea Fort
SlIn
Melbourne
Sr.'s birthday -
Bunyon preferably a
with a "Dinner-Out" In Gain. Holy EucharUt and sermon north of Keystorie\ Heights Benjahilnt Harrison, Ind. where period The first Saturday fixed to give good drainage.- Emma Martin, disorderly get,the big'sheet'vitti .
9:30 show will be bit Saturday conduct by to do
let and 3rd Sundays, a. Friday, April 21.ifenderson attempting
he Is studying to be a U. S. .
eivllle Scale the box to rill ..
m. ( ). Church Apr. 29, and they will be held yourneeds bodily harm, voluntary intoxication ,
nursery open 48. was slightly the !
he
guarantee
Mr and Mra. Wm D. Iaenhawer' Court stenographer. So far but be tire that It is \ big
School 9:30: ajn. "}Ioly Eu Injured In the mishap. He each Saturday until further resIsting arrest j
I had as their prioate has an average of 97 per cent. U"e. i not too deep. Six Inches in
diarist 8 a.m. each Sunday. was brought to the Bradford n $10250( or 30 days. I
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon ] Pvt. Jones graduated from plenty deer .
Evening: Prayer 7:30: p.m. County Hospital where he The hftmthly faceting hiftht. Louts Harvey, voluntary ,
Westberry of WaycrouM, Oa.i Bradford High School: In 1964 When planning the cutting I
ench Sunday. ETC 6:30: p.m. was WHO changed from Wednesday Intoxication, failure to
was treated and released. No pay ,
Their Sunday night dinner and entered: the service In medium, remember to get I ':
each Sunday. i nisht;* to the lust Monday fin; 61.50 or 12 day -
charges filed
guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. were by Trooper October, 1966, taking his basic Some gravel to use in the bottom I'' .---- --
In ;
each Month.
Li Reddish and children. Linda Dally offices of Morning E.: L. Jones of the FlorIda' training at Fort Bennlng Oa. night < of the cutting box. The Poulin Andre reckless d1'1v-,1,

_______I and Bobby of Gainesville and and 5.00 Evening Prayer 5.00: am. Highway Patrol Investigating He Is the grandson of Mrs. annual It was rodeo Voted( with to s'porisor the first'an gravel will Insure adequate ing bond In forfeited.school zono, $6.50 -' --: -

Mr and Mrs. George Valen : p.m. officer. Edna Jones of Route: 1 Starke. one scheduled' for this 'slimmer. drainage. / ... .

cla's daughter Linda IB home Hendersori was traveling His address: Is'': Pvt. TerrellL. :Many media can toe used : :
-Luthera.iiLutheran Date.* will Vo announced after -- -z- __ ___
for ten day from Florida Church of Keystone south on SR-21 at an estimated Jones, US 53700210 Sterto more definite' Information Is such as sand 60-50 mixture I:': _;;:._ '- ._. --_'- ._..- _,"'_. _. =-;:-_
,
State University. She U home Heights; Vicar Richard 45 mph when his right 19. Co. & Special Troops, HQ.Ft. obtained from 'a 'stock con' of sand and peat vermiculite House of Carpets -i' --.. .. -. ..

between trl-mcsters. She will Meyer .minister. I rear tire. termed defective by Benjamin Harrison' Ind, tractor. or similar materials. __ : iiiT:
Intern for sIx weeka In Hialeah I, ; : the trooper. blew out. Thetruck 46216- Before putting the media In Quality Carpets at Budget x -
Divine woisnlp Sunday 11 Tue Horse Show this Saturday : Prices .
then\ back to F.SU.Mrs. : ran off the road onto "
2nd. will be the last the box be sure that it Is :: ': .
Communion night one '
a. m. Holy Expert Installation In Starke ._ ,
Nancy Bass returned the west shoulder back onto Radarman 3rd Class Ivan A. sterile. Sterilize the medium In ::
Sunday of each month. I to count on the April high Area at. No Extra Charge
home after nine days In the Services held each, Sunday the pavement where it rolled: Starke USN, son of Mrs. C. ; point trophies. Everyone Is the oven by heating at about 531 .----
N. Main Gainesville! '
Alachua General Hospital with over. coming to rest on Its I '''-
25O for ;
at St. Anne's Episcopal: W. Starke of Keystone'H urged to, come out and comPete degrees one-halt hour 378-1398 ; :: ,
pneumonia. Tcnna Rotlihainxher right side. lai1ts, land to one hour. l
helped troops
,Church Keystone lelgrhts: for these trophy poInts.'ALet's I i
stayed with her over the Tony Baker, of Keystone
:
Fla. and equipment at Kin Beach, Newly purchased peat and' I,
weekend. Mr. Bare Is con- Heights was listed ai a witness Okinawa during) amphibious. vermiculite should be sterile \; \ [ ).

valeslng In.
sister and husband, Mr, and: Worship service : Sunday; the attack transport chip Bay- GofSGardening' Unnecessary. But before it Is
:Mrs. C. R. Wesley.St. Mrs. Steinhagen' field. re-used, however It should be4'
11 tv. oi., 7:30: p. m. [nursery; MIVFOCtflOOj,,.St
......
S '
sterilized. .0. feALom .N. I
open). Dies In Calif. ';;: 'MQUMIIf KAISER ALUMINUM PATENTED
Pvt. Car 1 tonL, ,. Lee son of J-'O ic
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m r ) 4N.4 i :: N:
Mr. Mrs.
and Richard L. Lee WOODS FIRES '
Word )has been. :
!
reivedhere
nursery openl. Training TJion.
I
Jr of Route 1, Starke. has
I ( .S.::30 p. m. (nursery open! of the death of Mrs. TWIN RIB
completed radio relay
a and Only
one woods fire .
TVM .
Rev Lawrence Carroll, Augusta Steinhagen formerly Bettor IIonMM Furniture ()lu,
William's Sunday] pastor. of Stiirke Anaheim, Calif. carrier operation courae at thdArmy By Harvey Sharpe, Editor reported for the week from 1200 8. EdKevvood; Ave.

Mass 7'30: a. TO. Wednesday on April 19, aftter a l lengthy Southeastern Signal! Florida Agricultural Jest April 17-28 with just fourhundredthJ -, Jacksonville Florida 33203 ROOFING AND SIDING

Mass and Novena 7 p. m.Interdomonlnatlonal Illness.Mr. School Fort Gordon Oa DUring t tendon Sorvtca of an acre burned

and Mrs. the nine-week course/! he according to( thd' JTotWa: F<,test --
NOTU'R or 5IL)' Steinhagen was trained to operate differ- Service.No guaranteed 20
Sealed, bid will be ,roaolvpd left Starke to make their years
Community Church Dr: for the .Mile and removal cf home in St. Petersbutg. After ent types of field, telephone,, Watering a hedge Is Uke'spAnklngp. measurable rainfall was 04
-A. C. Holt, minister; Mrs. the old bride bunk Ixilldmi" *, telegraph and radio relajfequipment. ''
chlld.you've got reported anywhere In the
his death I'
located next to Ilia City IIill)| :Mrs. Steinhagen
George Canova, organist. In Hampton. Fla until April !LA, wont to Anaheim to live. with to do a good job to be effec county. CORROSION GUARANTEE
Sunday: School 9:30: a.m. 19(17( 8'1)' < '.r.: a. which time, I There have been 78 forest Kaiser Aluminum roofing and aiding .la guaranteed not' to
bid. will! ba opened. in Morning Worship, 11 a.m. loud and the building Hold tu each summer to Stark!, Sgt. Elzle A. Shadd, son of Teasing l a dry, drooping I fires reported since Jan. 1 h Aluminum acceaaoriet are used In Installation, and rooting

Nursery open both hours. The the hlphast ueoMvafal bidder bidder< for will, rash.be. for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. James" E.: Sh 'dd hedge with a dust settling I. this year with' 732 acres 3 and siding ere not In contact with dissimilar metale or

Presbyterian allowed 6). day for the removal After cremation In California. of Route 2, Raiford, participated dole of water Is not preventing burned compared to E3 fires i ground. No other damage cov...... Twin-Rib.guaranteed, ZOye.r.
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Limited to reelseement of roofing and aiding only.
of building' and rtennIn In'a
Faith Presbyterian Church *lot. Mall bid. to City Clerk, Mrs. Stelnhagen'a ashes four weJk field trouble' but merely postponing during the same pelod last Prorated after 10 years based on rtc.. at time ot adjust

-Rev. 3. R. Neale Jr., mln- Hampton S la. were returned to St. Peter* training exercise conducted by It. year with 4048 acres burned. 8 ment. Guarantee application must be approved. Nol trans
4-6 4t 4-27 burg. the 3rd Armored Division near It i is agreed that miserly ferable. Limited to farm or residence Inatsllstlons.Cpvef .

Hohenfets Germany. Sgt application keep the water !HELLS< KHOISTEKEI: )

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cr; -- -::...;;.. > a direction! computer bill low and tho hedge leaves ANGUS poultry bulling: faster..Vou'II find It
In Company C, let Battalion as gl'een'and as crisp as the Ask your
: J. M. FMwarrls Jr. and fast to Install our extra-long, extra-wide.
: easy
recentlysold
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division's 48th dollar bills you save.
.: JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES Irifantttf.District. stingy watering during droughts Aberdeen-Angus 'bulls to extra-strong Twin-Rib sheets. Lengths of 6 to 24

,brings roots within the Murray Slpprell of Melrose, Charley j'E. feet, 43" wide after lapping...saves time money

WWI I top lnch of the. aol and John, Wright of Grandin. labor. Fewer side and end Iap3'mean a tighter roof.

I ," .. Later plants-may succumb Keep It up to 15* cooler...TwIn-RlB roofing and'

FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN Vets To MeetIn Indirectly, perhaps, because of siding reflects the sun so welt that your poultry

Chiefland "hallow'roota. !. Tht.. 4ourt of the Couaty I Johns buildings stay noticeably cooler In summer. Your

Appliances Color TV. Ford Tractors So, often you'll pay triple PlnrMa JU.IKK, In llrndiord Probate County birds will stay healthy p odu!=a.Jllore. |1 I

.* Stereo Magnarox "South'B Moat Complete The Jlth District Convention the' coat of water you should MAXDV In rn: Kntute: of ETHEL About this question Build for the future...Because it needs little or no
Zenith Motorola WHITE :
Deceased.
Ford Dealer" of'World War I Veterans will have used in-' replacing stunted To All Creditors. and Persons maintenance, the big sheet is an Investment In a
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General Electric *
Guaranteed Reconditioned b held at 2 p.m. Frtday Apr. or dead plants. SievIng Claims or DemandN "The furura.And It without
cars trouble-free protects painting.
new are sharp
_ Ton Get A Good Deal Aft- ''PROFESSIONAL OPTICAL In If rain. is to Atcalaat. Bald Kctate: ,
28.: the VFW Hall Inadequate
Tractor In Chief Get all facts about
You," and each of you are -and I'm in the market. since it can't rust or warp. the
Every Tool Known to Farming S land.A. "make the moisture meet"every heroby notified and required to'I Some salesmen Kaiser Aluminum Twin-Rib roofing
F. O. MILLER Prescriptions Filled District Commander' to week or 10 days then preeent. any lalma and de- car are *l l"Facts"
and siding. Ask for our free
Broken Lenses
Duplicated IZfiALUMINUM
from soak the roots'wlth pretty sharp too like
JacksonvilleFord serve June 19G7 until water '
I Ie booklet. ..>.AlLOWAIt .o::
-Ikp 4--- jeer C 1 Artificial Eye June IDAS will be elected at from' the hose.' Soak ,the soil adding auto insurance to

,Jacksonville Tractor Co. Eyewear- Specialist- this time, and will1 be Installed to a" depth of, 5 to 6 inches. the deal. I like the reliable '

,I :213 Laura St. Jax 356-5095 at the Department ConventionIn FMo'i,* Tracks service I've had from ICA lEER
E. of'Lane 1034 Park St. Jax. 334-3618
Auto Sales & Service j Beaver St. Clearwater, June 8910. It Is exasperating to find independent insurance
my
Jar EV8SB31HEARING
P IOTOGRAPIIERBARNETT'S The Ladles Auxiliary the that a night-prowling pooch 'Can
agent. I insist that I '
LAND Barracks will meet at the has gamboled up and down the AVAIHOLEAfFarmers.

AID same time to elect a 9th Dls-i full Itingth'' of a newly planted trade only my car and not

ROVERTbo triot President to serve at tha flower bed. Since' it aooeara my insurance agent?"

World's Finest In For Beat In HearlnfSONOTONE is.- same ,time as the Commander; that' the exhilarating\' feel 1 of Mutual
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4 Wheel l Drive Comm rclal and Portrait The 9th :District: J Included aft! earth attra. ts' the miltts, Charley E. Johns

Bold and Serviced% by Photography I Bradford County Barracks No you1 have to 'defend newly. dug

Rot er .' Chevrolet OF JAOKSONVUXBTli Frames & Custom Framing 3453, as well as units in Ala.I flower beds with something. Agency

Green COYO! Spring 3031Jackooniillo jd Smallest 1958 BlendIng Blvd. I chua, Levy, and Dixie Coun, not so soft. 131 S. Walnut St. I Exchange
Strongest
184-960! Jacksonville 384-1464 After transplanting those I
Hearing' Aid in the World" ties.The
; VFW Hall In Chiefland dtineaprece'p1an.ts. PHONE 964-5070 I
Only Co. Hearing Aid Mad try pro II Phone 961-7871 Starke Fla.
is
located a few blocks south tictlng1 ,them with lengths of I
:SI West Monroe I
JEEP PIANOSFor of the business district oh thorny'
kaMtvt11e'' alllI-l," rose clippings. Prun-
Vehicles Highway 19 across from the lugs) from climbing roses are

.I Jeep Wagonee> Station Musical AdviceC. .Crews Motel. ideal. Place tho stickers every

Wagons MOBILE HOMES: I CARTER NICE All WWI veteran are Invited few' Inches where the prowling Klng Size Savings t Ye.,,' .. .... .
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Jeep Gladiator Trucks BUTTSMOBILE : partment officers from all plant bed, then at Intervals cheek ,' UtAr": ",( 't I '''', ". -' .," .'L.*' _Jt!: ..aLI .t.

S Authorise Service Z : 1.:lj parts of the state wUl be present '- of a foot or so on the rcst of Stat.l"a..laJDou.low I .suf' ,11,11 I :.,.,., "' "' -' 1- 'tt" '

Approved Parts HOMESThe D7yt ___ t,; '. and will have the latest the bed. Short lengths of rate I "T $ ",j '.. < I .
4J..4 I p. ci : I .
S 4Vh'"l Drive :2 Wheel Information on the Senate Bill j 1Iarbed'wire are a uubstltute'! for careful drivers-so r '. \ ," ( : f fof" ;,'. &

Drive Souths Best Buys Here Established 1948 16 for WWI veterans. ,for thorny clippingUsually -. .low that one out of two .t 'T'F ,.tttdontt! let, I Ia

EDDIE BLAND Free Delivery I Chicherlng & : the errant dog 'may save Important f '" ;

Bank Financing" Other Name Brands smells: danger and 'won't I :
en- :
I 'loss.of
MOTORS, Inc. nest For Less" PIANOS CONN ORGANS ,, TIlE RIGHT POINT for the danger hU feet of your priced dollars.And check State ': money .

635 W. ARAMSjfcCK8ONVnj.K Seriously Interested, In Mobile 2S51 Park Jacksonville 88 -8311 1. way you write. come In plants, ,therefore, you can't be Farm" service too-sooutstanding I," rjpJ! '

834-T751 home? Call collect, Jax 388- 1 and select favorite' Ki4 sx'Cu-Vd of bring cruel to that people spoil your:

1253 for model prices tk terms. your dumb animals. Insure 1 H '
more cars withus
Parrish Motor 6017 Roosevelt. Blvd. Ja* PICTURE FRAMES TEKBROOK fountain pen. Rooting Azaleni. .' ,,'j .aft
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Rooted azalea limbs like than anyone .,.... .... I. ." ,. .t!s!

"' IN TUB! riRcriT rorjRT of most brides are else. Gall [ -#: t... .'14.t_ 4 1'
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AIJflSEItVIOU MOBILE-HOMES USED SPILLERS THE KIOHTH young they do & 1 .....
OP JVDICFAI CIHClTtT best when separated from ... for' detail 'I't, :." I'l' FLORIDA IN AND [,??.." >, .:r. .1 V'*

FART J. & J. Swap ShopUSED Picture FramingPicture CASK FOR BK.VDFORU' .'.. .. OUNTT. trfelr mother's apron strings. I" "'!-, :r'J ,>' rf !?t.tft' .".. _- _
Therefore :
1CL.YDPi Inspect azaleas. / J .
Bit A DUET and hlwlfo ,. your : .
Framing Original OI.A11YS MERRITTWILLIAMS ,', ,, '
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TRAILERS BRADLEY i k M* ". 'r '
83 Years A* A Dealer Paintings Unframed Prints pumtirfo. : : ( t 4 *r
Campers from 8' 20' VII. If you discover a routed' I .jJf) < .'
AWay Good Used
Can Pictures
,:Mobil Home 32' 65 Mattings Framed t.. M. I.ITTLK. ..t. al.! limb, cut it loose from tile "_ 't" ,
Ml Lauira.SaV JactwnvuJcPtvon -- !Mirror Framing; 4- DpfflndantOTICK *.
117 N. Walnut St.
Trades Banlci Financing rnothbr .ftt.
\ plant. Like AA'u.V' '
*'l ft-Ml4: |i- j Decorator Help. Of stir: humans .. ., .
ngwy. 21, Orange Park TO* Uthel Ma Lo.'kcai'nInf. you've got to' r'oddlp the nuW ,,,,
lois Park St. 5 Point Kvwlyn C. E v.....>,, Marie H Phone 961-5391 ; '
BEAUTY ACADEMY Tel. 261-6324 Jax 333-8.131; KlUlna, Unlen' JoneS, and L.. J I. plant.: This means chockln.fr "
Lltlla. see that the newly dependcnt t''! T '" .. :, > .
1111I I r lBS aVUl MTMMMt MtstMM!
American :MOTOnCYCLESHONDA to Vow Quiet are. Title notified. to 1 the that.followlnn\a, suit plant1 Is' furnished with plenty MM tfflU, ......1... UMMBKADFORD taWMT I aift t .. \ ,. '

dmhrlbod. ..1111" ..
ltunt
property in .t
Hairstyling SEWING CENTER : BniUfurd' County Florida to-wjtl I r.,.. (t-dl"tt.! : -..... I f
The North half of the .Pnuthiv > ..
<-..t Quarter' .f' the Northcant COUNTY ...r.t1

Academy MOTORCYCLES H & N. Quarter of Section. J l-o. I ... ',.. f' t _nl, .

21 W. MONROR' l'8t.Tnnnitlllp: oontalnln' 7. SUII:30,h,acre Range mi>2i r* Board of Public Instruction """' ..-............. "t,.".. ooi,<.. ......... t._ '1a.-V. ,""... .fit., \..J
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JACRSON1rTLLE395g1Riverside ; MO1JL IJ ,
SEWING CENTER or l.ftv, I .. '
Vercbante, Green Stamp ha* ,b(!..ii rUed. aval nut.you. and, NO"TICE
Chance W. Hattrrt Annn. HM- .ca rry.the'safe'money"A'lVlERICAN
Open II AM.7 P.M. 601) Slnlff'r'Touch 4c eew. t I.n .y
Fender. Albert I* Hotter!. ,-
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Tues-, Wed.. Thurf. FrI. does fancy stitches, monograma Klalo BHtton. Trowell. Rob .t '
Hairstyling Open Sat. 8 AM. 8 PM etc. J Batten (,Iau cordllng Easily Karl R, Batton. HUn F. Jon.... ii i7
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Academy Cloned Sunday& Monday operated NEW $369 for Qrovur C. JJ.tten,. RandallCiiarlua \ :

2859 PARK ST. MOTORS A CYCLES: cash $129 or $7 per mo. .C. QrA..J..l'or9o'';' y Lee Louise, ,I.oulH'C.* Timber and Miscellaneous Used ulldinJrfaterlal' ,TRAVELERS..CHEQUES I -=--=-_

4949 Blandlng Blvd. Tel. lax 771-1850: or com Ie, Jake R. Lea Carrot til'. ._,......- ..rA ;:.
JACKSONVILLE 8. !
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.. ; !\ and Used Furniture to be Sold to High '
Accredited Jackoonvtne 771-8244 In. Newton, Ktnojean. Coleman C. Chlptochop, Kranlcr'nletnitn llidderStudent's'. 'Vacations\ are much too precious to risk by carrying your money in cash. Us t.

t Qualified Instructors 6106 103rd St. MthH MAn. ColemanLokcarnini. American' Express Travelers Cheques and KNOW'your money is completely*
Evelyn C. Kvanm: Marie C. Klkln l-
Modem Styling ., Kva M. Lee, IJIy Lee !ftrtic. !safe. If they're lost or stolen,you get a prompt refund and your vacation goes
Monthly Classes MTJSIC tern and" L. M. Llttl a. Lie. Desks at $1.50
"Where. tomorrow's tjrUat *)' fendunti. and :vou are requiredto I ;merrily on. On your1' next trip, plan to carry thesafe,_ money_that's spendable'gygr
WESTERN STORE serve a copy of wrltt ,
"* are trained Tl .' n'.',,. 11 any rUft upon I APPROXIMATELY 300 FOR SALE wnereandcosts- only apennya,., larJf!
Theron A. Yawn. Jr. Artornay
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: Paulus Music Co. for Plaintiff"! whose ad ELECTRIC MOTORS LITTLE DUDE P. O. Jllftwer... 340 Htark. Florida ,
.. and file the original thereof *
Brother .. Band String jfiwtruinerrU with the: Clerk ol the above CASH ONLY
Peavy : Western Store .
styled( Court on or before the
Cktwon Guitars Jc Amplifier atri day of May. 194T ptherwlen
Electric CoKLIJCTKIO J' School SnppKen! -.Xrurtructton "Where "Youl Find ,Everything a JudB.mnt may ;be entxrddairalnat : I FLORIDAOne : I
you for lbs rl-f! dv4nauded > .
Robert
: MOTORS Raoorrdara For" the HOI"MEnthuslast" ".. 1 iou the Qomplalnt. \ SATURDAY APRIL 29TH
Muai Library-Expert WITNESS My' }'JlANli and 1 the .
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Bold-6ervlcj 4 I I .
': seal of alJ! Court this Ittl day 10:00: A.M. UNTIL NOON AT ; : ;
4 oenera&ortSt&rt.eAlten.t.1ohl Repair Department Western Clothing -Leather. of Ap.l.i IS87. BA: N.K 1fT f$ rrA: :RKfE, '
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CHVHLEM Site of Heilbronn _
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4< W. Macro;* *Jt.JuckaonvOle rood Baddies- and Trailer .EHK;: O*. ACI TAN II Building -- Bradford .

Armature ItcwtadtafH4 :395-844T Chart* .A. Sharon Petty .'lliAallT COURT HighSALVAGE of 30 Bank of the Florida National -
Lenox At*. Isle r aoti blvd.Jii.ckssnvLi. tot S.. Eq.ec1 At..., KrtAJiFORDIMiuUh COUN-JoY' Group

JsvcfcaoarllU. aai.s'S 811a4WI jauduMnilte JM-lftU 1I'LO&1J! M Moody

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of. tho Circuit Court. .Attorneys at Law
to attend | "KfJSD' that an action of divorce tificate numbers nnd years. of You are hereby notlfltid thatmi PI-Ic
ers. ow. Mrs :Fannie Wolfred, Uws are Invited his hofm filed Aiffltnnt you Issuance. tlio dom-rlptlofl of the art!Ion .lo forouliise a mortKsae .By Boulah M. Moody U1KI-D: North Toinplw Avenue
A canoe Is a mull bout two sons Prank Wolfred. Jr. CHURCH NEWS I lu Hi* above-itylo4 Court and property, and the. names In on the following" ,piopertyIn .' I r>, ..I ty Clark(8I3AL \ Slarko.Attorneys Florida tor PI..lntlll.:1401)1) .. I
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you are required to serve a which It was assessed are as Bradford County, Florida-: !
I / Los Bethlehem Free Will Ba.ptlst 41 54
loaK and narrow and pointed Starke. Homer Wolfred, "copy of your written defenses, follows. Fractional Lot Three ((3) of Thomas. A Pierce 4/19 | .
I at both ends and usually propelled : Angeles and five grandchildren. : Monday Choir No. 3 If.., any, on Jamas I* Tomllnsont Certificate No.. 25. Year of Block One (1) an p"r plat of --------
I although I and Usher Board No. 2 will Mcruirvfl. Carmlehnel. 'u Tom- Issuance 1904.Description the Oi-lo-lnal( Town of Stark,
by paddles llnnon. who.e address Is Pont of Property: One Florida as name appear of Thal'8 Our Bu ine..
sOme have a square stern for I Funeral services were held rehearse. Tuesday Choir otfloe Drawer U. Oalnenvllle, Lot b..lnw that part lying8 of record In the current. public records GLASS
attaching a small outboard. Wednesday at Calvary Christian No. 2 and: Choir No. 1 will Florida, and file the nrltflmil' BL.K SI In OHIO Town ofHtarke of laid Bradford County
with the "lerk. of the above EX N 28IT HNI E] 8 by Also all that portion Glass We Rave It"
I 7 Wednesday Florida; "If It's -
at m.
Runabout Is a term denoting; Church In Covlngton, rehearse p. ntvleil ornrt on or buforn sa Hit, W By Thompson 8t. ADKSC of the Northwem quartet I' of
a mall boat with a deck for Va. and burial in Cedar Hil General Prayer Meet May, 1007 be otnorwlsn entered. a Judffmunt In OR BK ie-188 See 2H the Southeast: : quarter of 8" I CALL WRITE or VISIT
may nnalnnt
Women's 'T-8-8 R-S2K. Townehlp South,I i
I ward, equipped with windshield Cemetery. ing. Thursday ion for the rellnf demanded Name In which assessed J. Range tlon 28 22 Bait, 8E ofeald FOR ANY GLASS NEED
7 m, at In the complaint or petitionW1TM.S LotGtrhree
and amldshlp or forward PERSONALS Home Mission. p. I* Andrews Frartlonal and I|
seal I
himd and ,
I ste rtnA'. They are designed Howard M. Hill of Holly, home of Mrs Louisa Lind of an Id Court my on this 17th day Alt of said property .beIng State In between nlrt Lot Three and We Design<< Modern Store Fronts
the County o-f Bradford all In the City I Iof
Church Street
I and visited overnight last say. Children's Story Hour 7 of April. A O. 1967.
powerboat vary Mich Florida.Unlvss I
as CHARJ..K.S' A. DARBY of Starke, Florida. Just Mail Us A Pattern For
I In.. size: depending upon the Tuesday with his son and p. m. Friday Prayer Band CLKRK OP THE! SAID COURT such certificate redeemedaccording or ban been filed attain you !
jowcr. The runabout la prob- daughter-in-law Mr. and at home of Mrs. Holmes. Hy: Beulah' M. Moody certificates to shall law be the property and you are required to serve Table TopsSIIEA'S

ibly the moat popular general Mrs. D. E. Hill and daugh Saturday Hot Chicken Dinners Deputy Clerk. 4/20 4t B-ll described. In such certificate or a ,oo-pv If any.of your to It on written TflOMAJ defenses ) *
will be on sale at the certificates will ba sold to thebiobent for Plaintiff
family boat today. PIKRCR. Attorneys
Cruisers are generally larger ters.Mrs.. Jack Oreer Mrs. Bill church kitchen. Sunday XOTIf'''' OF INTK'MTIOV' TO ( door bidder on the at firm the Monday courthouse *, whoiie address Avenue,la Starke.20H-S GLASS CO.

Hamilton than runabouts, deeper and Ogle. Mrs.' Charles Brooks. Youth Day with Miss Plnon ....:c..I..1K FlCTiriOlH: NAME In month of May, 1981. which North Florida. ,Temple anil file the original.

Lynn bonmler. A day cruiser will I Mr and Mrs. Don McMahon and Miss McBilde ua .speak the Notli-e undorslgrned Is hereby under iflvsn tho. pro-that Is Dated the. *th this day 6tn of May day of 1987.April with the Clerk of before the aboveatyled May- .

BOAT LINGO I>ESC1UBK83IVNY normally have ample storage I and sons all of South Dayton vlMlona o-f Chapter 20,953 Laws 19U7. 18 11187! Court; otherwise on or. a Judgment 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FU24353STALllNGt'S

DIFFERENT CKAFT space under the deck, and n, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick ers.Church. of God in Christ, of Florida. Act* of 1041 willregister Charles A. Darby may be entered atraln"t I
with the Clerk of the of
Court
Clerk of Circuit relief demanded In
Canoes freeboard is such that steering Watterson and daughters Elder D Williams pastor. Pin-nit Court, In and for Bradford Bradford County' Florida. you the complaint for the. or petition. \
Prams Dinghies
done from an elevated County, Florida. upon receipt U 11/4
Runabouts Is usually and Mrs. Dorothy Falling of The 5th Sunday Union will 4113 W1TNKSS my hand seal of
of
Hydroplanes of proof of publication
Cruisers. position. An overnight Starke were visiting over the be held Sunday at the Church this notice the factitious. name aid Court on April 12. 1967.
Skiffs cruiser! is fitted with bunks weekend with Mrs. M. L. of God in Christ. High Springs. of Jack's Restaurant under IB The Circuit Court fo* CHARLES DAUBY
These are some of the terms which I am eniraired In business Hredford oon'''. Florida / CORNER
used to describe the many dif and living quarters forward.\ Waterson.Mr. All members are asked to on U. S. 301 South Starke, Flo. Civil Artlon. No. 54
A hydroplane Is usually used and Mrs. William attend. James H. Karnest: RFD, W. H JONES and ORAYDONJONB8
ferent types of small craft for racing and has a break Hampton.. Florida, sole owner. Co-Administrators. of
Walker of Jacksonville were
plying our waterways today Greater Allen Chapel AME Hated this 14th day of April. the KHlnte, of Emma Pearce STARKEBUSINESS
Do you know tho kind of boat like a step, across the bottom visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson! 1D87 at Starke, Bradford. County Hill, Deceased Plalntlth.v. OASIS LOUNGE
of the boat, a little aft of Florida.. .
Manning on Sunday.
e4ch name describes? Here I pastor, The 6th Sun: Jay Mission 4-20 4tchg- 6-11 THOMAS!!! DONALD McCONNBHISY -
are some general definitions amldshlp aa a rule. This deep i Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith Union will be neld: Sun and DOIU3 M. MO- Your CLOSEST Spot For
News notch across the bottom of the and children of Jacksonville NoU... Of ,Aiplli-Hl| rorTn CONNKHKY: till wife, and
the Evlnrude day at Mt. Zion AME Church
from and
DORTCH WINES BEER
LIQUOR
boat creates an air cushion ", UeedHer. HARRY C -
Service.A when the !bqat wete visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. in Lawtey Rev M C Mc- 111 1.1, .... 8. JANfCK: DORTCH hl wife, DIRECTORY
flat-bot behind the step G. Adklns Sunday ,! Notice. Is hereby ulven, that Defendants.
skiff is simply a Knight pastor The following Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M.
Is moving f01'ward, reduces the Donna Faye Crawford celebrated Guy AndrewH the nol<1er 08 the NOTICE OF SUIT
either .
tom rowboat operated churches will participate.: filed TO-: THOMAS DONALD McCONNBHBY -
small outboard amount of bottom surface exposed her 14th birthday last following certificates has and DORIS HMuCONNEIIBY. \ Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M
with oars or a and Greater Allen Chapel and Allen said. certlfuutea for.a 'ax deed -
motor It Is a utility boat for to water friction Saturday with a hamburger Chapel, Macclenny All to be Issued thereon. The cer his wife. AUTO REPAIRS
uae on small lakes and shallow lifts the boat into planing cook-out. Those present were members and friends Invited. SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS
position' on top of the water.HAMPTON Rebecca McMillan of Starke,
streams.A All members are working Our Servicemen Spray All Day OR QUARTS
Joan Hinson rand Joy Saxon
Is lust such a rowboat hard for the of the
pram .. ...... ''ot success Earl's Garage
with a. blunt nose instead Hampton.Mr. Men's Day program that will 8 Ml.\ South of Starke on U. S. 301Serving
of a sharp. bow, or it can. be and Mrs. Ed Clouse ofBrnxlenton terminate on May 28. All Saturdays ALL KINDS OF

a round-bottom boat with a wert Saturday captains are asked: to contact I A'r 'O REPAIR WORK
similar nose-bobbing job. visitors at the home of the each member and inform All Work Guaranteed

A dinghy Is a small round-:! By Mrs.\ Mary William D. E. Hills. them of the activity. I Phone 964-7005
bottom boat for use with oars The community wishes to The West Jacksonville District So. Walnut. Starke I Ii
or small outboards. They usually 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AdkliM express our deepest sympathy Missionary Meeting will'' II I Florida

have a rounded bow Both : Anniversary to the Melton family In the be held Saturday at Lewis I I! Since 1950Mrs.

prams and dlnghlas are frequently death of their mother Mrs. Memorial. AUTO SERVICE :
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns Church starting at,
used as 'tender boats"for Isabel Melton.Mr. lOa. I i Qreetlng Otrvice, DnA
d- m. The Missionary

large Bailing craft or cruls- ding celebrated anlnversary their and 70th a family w Thomas. and and family Mrs. purchased Fonzer ladles are Invited to attend. FOR FREE CALL ESTIMATE i Gilbert S. Brown i iI 'I ...,."....... .......................................

reunion on Sunday. April a home from R. J. Williams Standard Oil service Station

16th. They were married. In and moved In last THE RIGHT POINT for the I ATLAS I

FLORIDATHEATRE Lawtey on April 18. 1697 and week. way you write. Come In Florida Pest Control and ; TIRES & BATTERIES 'I Carolyn Cordially

have lived In Bradford County and select your favorite ES- 1 Budget TermRoad Service I
Eaves
I all of their lives. They TERBROOK fountain Phono 964-7071 Welcomes
--- pen.
I moved to Hampton In 1926 Chemical Co. 107 N. Temple Starke Representative!

from New River. They are the Colored CitizensNews \ A ClaJmlfled Ph. 964-5811 You and Your
: Ad hi the TELEGRAPH
the parents of 12 children of I HURST'SSHELL 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
brings .
results.la 964-5745
Phone
ShO'wtlato-WHkdays 7 539 E Call St.
whom 6 are still living, with Starke New Home
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1 5 present for the occasion. ,-

They were Mrs. Miriam Kelly Th. Service Station
r'nnnlr JUIIKK'H Court,
Friday Saturday and husband of Winter HriMlfuril. ......D.,.. ".n.e of Ga.. Oils Lubrication The State of Florida

April 28, 29 Haven. P. D. Adklns and wife RECREATION VlorlilnKxtatn of Ethel Goodyear: Tires & Batteries
Mnnily Whlto
of Dundee. Gerald AdkJns The Midget Baseball League( DPreaflpt ROAD SERVICE It I:*! Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and

GIANTHORRORAMA and wife of Hampton, Clarence will begin playing Thursday Pomona Th. /State tnt Of Florida, To All. CONTRACT 301 and 100 Starke To Acquaint You With Your City.
Adklns and wife of May 4. with three games tit* of Bald DerpilenfTou : ,
Bowling Green, and Mrs. O. scheduled. The girls Pig Tail ara. hereby notified that METAL WORK
a written Instrument I If you are new in the area, a phone
Can You Take It? June Ellis of Georgetown S. C. Softball game will be played to b.. the Last Will purportIng and- PAINTING I
I Mrs. Grace Beal of the Bahamas the same day. All parents are Testament of Bald dnredent THOMPSONSheet call will brine you a prompt visit
was unable to attend. urged to atend and encourage has bean admitted to probate In I
aid Court.
They also celebrated tour your children on to victory. You are hereby. commanded Metal Works from your local hostess. Please give

birthdays at this time. 3. E.Adklns. All boys and girls who within' llx calendar month
from the data of the first publication No Job Too Large : All Metcl Work- her call!
I 93. Mrs. J. E. Adklns have not returned their play of thin notice to appear i Types a She has maps and many

86. Clarence Adklns, 6)) and er's contract are asked to do In vald Court and showrann Heat & Air Condo
Gerald Adklns 63. so by Friday Apr. 28. If any you can. why the No Job Too Small Systems Installed free and wonderful gifts for you
action of ald Court In ndmlttlnir -
Many friends called during Baseball and Softball games xold will to probate Hhould Rd. 16 E. Ph. 964-5723 from local businesses.
the afternoon. will be played each Monday not citnnd unrevoked.SKAT. .

WIgrlns' :Reunion W dn sday. and Thursday ( 'THI3RON.) A.. YAWN, County STANLEY LYONS I

Plus The Wiggins family held; a afternoon starting\ at 4:30: at Juilffe, Bradford County. Flor

family get-together Sun the Reno Playground. idaBy .
on nolnre. Dampler. Clerk
riLMCO DtEP IN THE HORIDA EVCMLADn day April 23. to celebrate Recreation activities are Flmt publication on April 13, P. O. BOX 31MACCLENNY --- ..--
several being held at the Recreation 1987. --
birthdays!, at the -
home of Mr and Mrs. George Center dally from 4:30: to -4/13 4t 54| \ ,. FLORIDA

I Williams. They were Mrs. 6:30: p. m. IN THP! CIRCniT COURT OP"Ft frG
Laura Lee Wiggins on April. PTA MEETING A, KIOHTII: ..icniriAemoriT. '. < MO/IE'
IN AND FOR BIIADFonn
-
Back-to-School Night will Call Collect for '
17. Mrs. Reba Wiggins on COUNTYCIVH. I
April 28 Mrs. Douglas Davis be held at the regular PTA ACTION NO, 35CHAUL.IR (JE
UKICP.:I JR. Any Information
on April 3, Mrs MVy'WIl meeting. The Elementary Plaintiff,
liams on April 22, andi also Glee Club will render a short Vn.D1NNA... \
musical program under the SERMON RRRD.l : 2593084MacclennyATTENTION JUST ADD YOUR PROPERTY TO
Charles Baker on April, 2. l>t'fendu, nti
Those present were Mrsl Ida direction of Mrs. W. M NO'I'U"'I OP At IT THE JIM WALTER BUILDING PLAN, ANDYOU'LL
TO. DINNA
RKHMO.V: : HEED I
music director.
Wiggins and Joe of Hampton.Mr Randolph 1028 Kant flrant Htroet, ,
HAVE TODA Y'S BEST HOME BUY I II
and Mrs. Orte WJgglns All parents are invited to Kllxaheth' New Jer "y. I,
attend and check on the progress YOU ARfal lnsKi, r NOTJ-I .
'and Susan, Mr and Mrs. Don I :'!
Neel and sons of Starke, Mr that has been made by Ii

and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and the children talk with each -

I. Mrs. Eve Menefree of Jacksonville teacher, and ask questions
and Mr. and Mrs that wll help each parent understand

I Douglas Davis and eons of the school program ALLPOULTRYMEN
Dor.;.tona Beach. better. Refreshments will be

\ George Wolf red served*

George. Franklin Wolfred, ANNOUNCEMENT
63 former resident of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeSue

died at the Alachua Sr. announce the approaching

Sun., Mon., Tues.! General Hospital Saturday man-live of their da'ught.er

after short Illness. He Irene, to Irvin Kelly son
April 30 May \t. 2 a moved
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to Hampton 9 years ago of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kelly .....-
from Covlngton Va. of Gainesville.
OTtl UU/UTITUI(.SUMOI... He was a supervisor itSunlahd The wedding/ will! take
.
We Are
Now
PWlloalr PlcrUIU__ I Training Center, place in the home of Mr. and Representing IMMEDIATE FINANCING FOR
29 at
and moved to Gainesville Mrs. DeSue on April

I several I 7 p. m. All friends and rela-
'Survivors years include ago. his wid CUMBERLAND CASE COMPANY QUALIFIED PROPERTY OWNERS

Instant mortgage money i I. yours when you build the

IN THIS AREA, FOR YOUR NEEDS OF Jim Walter way. There: no shortage' of mortgage

301 DRIVE IN ? the 3BR. COLONIAL money at Jim Walter...and you ne.d.o eaihl
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FRI., SAT., SUN. APRIL 28, 29, 30 Curtains and other accessories along with other lines of only as much as you feel you can afford at this time. and you can make

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